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

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

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"Jewish Floridiaii
Mume
50 Number 15 ..
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE HWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida Friday. April 15. 1977
By Mail 50 Cents Two Sections Price 25 Cents
\Takinn the hands of the elderly is the nurpose of the new
information and Referral Service in Dacte County, which
\ihc commit nity's some 73, (MX) persons over age 60 can note
\iliul for help with a problem.
New Service Revealed
'Cast Me Not Out
In My Old Age'
Rlderh residents of bade County can now dial the
Information and Referral Service al 576-5550 for help with
p problem.
The new telephone service, instituted by the Greater
{Miani
Elderly
K'nunl \
lewish Federation's Central Commission on the
in association with the United Way ol Dade
will provide direct information and referrals to a
locd
network ol existing social service agencies in the com-
pnunitj
IT OFFERS effective and efficient centralized service
' a maximum number of people, as well as providing a
Continued on Page 14-A
hind Social Club
Discrimination
[By HERBERT L. SOBEL,
bairman. Social Discrimination
American Jewish Committee
(Recently, President
rter stated that he hoped
embers of the govern-
director of the Office of
Management, resigned
from the Capital City and
Piedmont Driving Club in
Atlanta. This action has
once again brought to the
forefront the question of
social club discrimination
in Miami.
No D.C. Invitation
To Peres in Offing
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) White
House and State Department sources said
here that the Carter Administration does
not expect to invite Shimon Peres to
Washington prior to the Israeli elections
May 17, but did not rule out the possibility
of another leading Israeli politician making
a private visit in the next five weeks.
These sources indicated to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that they were not
concerned about any change in Israeli
government policy as the result of Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin's resignation but
were concerned about what the complexion
of the government will be in view of the
country's political turmoil.
THE FEELING here is that no party or
political grouping presently constituted
will gain a plurality, and the government's
composition will be a new
element in peace
negotiations.
In addition, some feelings
exist that the Labor Party
will go into the election
stronger than has Rabin
been its leader because of
the disaffection of many
Israelis toward Rabin and
the inclination of these to
favor Yigal Yadin, the
leader of the Democratic
Movement for Change.
SIMMON PERES
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Bonn's Peace Hope
-Before Rabin Quit
By CHRISTIAN SCHOENE
In (ivrmun Tribune
vAhJ A review of the social
clubs in Miami results in
the conclusion by the
author that any local ap-
pointee complying with
President Carter's caveat
Km Bell, attorney gen- wouUj be obliged to resign Minister. The Pres.dent
1- and Bert Lance, Continued on Page 12-A Continued on Pag* 9-A
lent would divest them-
llves of membership in
[scriminatory social clubs.
Tirsuant to that request,
PERES, it was indicated, may
not only halt that swing but help
turn the tide hack, one official
source said. Another held that
the spectrum of Israeli public-
opinion will remain about the
same as it is in present circum-
stances about Middle East
maneuvering regardless of party
alignments.
Should the Labor Party win
I he election with Peres becoming
the Prime Minister, he doubt-
lessly will come to Washington in
the late spring or early summer
for a meeting with President
Carter.
Meanwhile, however, it would
not be surprising if Foreign Min-
ister Yigal Alton arrives for an
ostensibly private purpose, such
as a speaking tour, and sand-
wiches a Washington trip in
between.
NOR WOULD it be a surprise,
it was said, if Abba Eban, who is
slated to be the Foreign Minister
in a Peres government, were to
come here before the election.
A State Department source
cautiously noted that whoever
becomes Israel's Prime Minister
will be invited to Washington
shortly after he forms his govern-
ment.
Peres is not being invited not
because of his political views,
JTA was told, but because
Carter's schedule is just too
crowded to permit an official call
from a potential Israeli Prime-
is to
Israel really is in an unenviable
position ai present. The United
Stales lias announced that by the
terms ol any Middle Fast settle-
ment Israel will be required Lo
accept substantial revisions Lo its
encourage Jerusalem to embark
on negol iat b>ns.
The indications are thai
Egypt, Syria and Jordan are not
currently disposed Lo lend the
I'l.O much more Lhan occasional
verbal backing which is
precious little, considering what
DERTACESSPIEGEL.
current frontiers. What is more.
President Carter has
acknowledged the right of Pales-
tinians, too. to a homeland
Al the Pl.O congress in Cairo
the Palestinians made il cksai
that they have no intention ol
uhandonir.v the basic Lents of the
Pl.O charter.
ALL THINGS considered,
Israeli government officials in
Jerusalem must surely have been
fueling most upset. Mut lionn
Foreign Minister Mans-Dietrich
(ienscher brought more en-
couraging news in two respects.
First, he was able to briet the
Israeli government on his talks in
Cairo, Damascus and Amman,
the outcome ol which could well
,ikI i hi- Palestinians used Lo
receive.
IN PRINCIPLE, these three
seem Lo have been joined by
Saudi Arabia, which in I he past
may never have granted the Pl.t)
asylum, say, but has been
generous in its financial support.
The pressure these Arab
countries have evidently brought
to bear on the PLO has been
apparent al I he Cairo congress.
There may have been no ac-
ceptance of fundamental changes
in ihe Pl.O charter, but il docs
look as though Yasir Arafat may
1m- granted greater negotiation
leeway.
Even the hard core rejectiomst
Continued on Page J- A
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5?
Jewish life in Outer Spaee?. 11-A
In Israel 8, Palestine. Copyright by Magaelan SARL.


rnuo/i iai\-ii *v.
Page 2-A
*Jenit fkridUan
Friday.
Aba? it's Yadin 's Turn to be Muddied
Uri Avneri, editor of Haolem
Hcueh. and reporter Yigal Laviv,
last week for the second con-
secutive time ran stories in the
popular news weekly that Prof.
Yigal Yadin. head of the
Democratic Movement for
Change, has smuggled foreign
currency out of the country. They
charged that Yadin was involved
in a foreign currency and an-
tiques export scandal in 1972.
A week earlier. Haolem Hazeh
charged that the noted ar-
chaeologist had sold antiques to
an American bank without the
proper export license and without
paying the necessary taxes.
Laviv has also submitted an
official complaint against Yadin
to the police. Yadin, who filed a
libel suit against the two journal-
ists last week, filed another one
this week.
During their recent talks in
Washington. President Carter
told now-resigned Prime Minister
Rabin that he categorically
opposes Jewish settlement in the
Israeli-administered Arab
territories, according to the
Hebrew daily, Ha'aretz, quoting
an "informed and reliable
source." Carter was quite forceful
on this point, said the paper's
informant, and put Rabin on
notice that any future Israeli
moves in that direction would be
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Rabin also met with Dr. Henry
Kissinger, who warned the Prime
Minister against harboring any
illusions about U.S. backing on
the question of boundaries. Any
recent UN reception. In its latest
publication, International
Postage Rates and Fees, a new
listing covers postal connections
with Palestine (Western Arabl.
There are only two minor dif-
ferences in the regulations. Mail
Headlines
agreement to end the deadlock,
Kissinger is reported as saying,
will insist on Israeli withdrawal
from almost all of the so-called
"occupied" areas, with minor
exceptions, and this provision
will have Washington's un-
qualified support.
U.S. postal authorities have
jumped the gun in "recognizing"
the existence of an Arab Pales-
tinian State, even before
President Carter's handshake
with a PLO representative at a
to Israel can be sent special
delivery, but no such service is
available for Palestine /Western
Arab). Also one can send parcels
to Israel of up to 22 pounds; to
the new area only up to 11
pounds. It is believed that the
name. Western Arab, is derived
from the designation of that
sector as West Jordan.
Zev Furst, director of the
Middle Eastern Affairs Depart-
ment of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith for the
past four years, has been named
to the newly-created position of
ADL representative in Israel.
The office is scheduled to open in
June in Jerusalem.
Furst, a specialist on political
and economic problems of the
Middle East, is the producer of
ADL's "Dateline Israel" radio
and television series of reports
and documentaries.
Margaret Co6tanza. President
Carter's assistant for public
liaison, will be the principal
speaker at the installation lun-
cheon of the American Jewish
Congress Women's Division
biennial national convention,
Tuesday, Apr. 26, at the
Baltimore Hilton Inn. Pikesville.
Md.
Ms. Costanza will receive the
Convention award L
cheon for "distinguH
ship in public affairs.'
In response to the or
block away in the \[L
Museum of Art in \J
Russian and Soviet pa
"counter-exhibition"
"The Art of Freed!
featuring works by Jm
who left the USSR aft,
against officially s
Socialist Realism, is a
sented by the Americ]
Congress at Stephen J
gress House in New Yod
Among the artists rJ
in "TheArtofFreedon
Neizvestny, a Soviet]
emigre who is reardel
most important artistic]
quit Soviet Russia si/
dinsky and Chagall
6,000 Jews Living in Czechoslo
LONDON (JTA) The International Council]
from Czechoslovakia reported that according to repor
received there are now some 6.(XX) Jews in Czechosloval
This compares with 25.000 immediately after U0
II and 15,000 in 1968 and 360.(XX) Jews before the
Council reported.
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in the Middle Ages it assumed special
significance as a mourner's prayer.Yet, in a
real sense it is not a prayer for the dead.
Rather, it is a prayer for the living. A moving
statement in praise of God and a plea for the
ultimate redemption and salvation of all
mankind.
For the bereaved, the Kaddish is a very
personal expression honoring the soul of a
deceased parent or close relative. But at the
same time, it is a celebration of life, a pledge
to live on in the tradition of the parents and
the Jewish people.
In a time of grief, when the feeling of loss
is most acute, it becomes a true act of faith
and devotion to stand and say the words of
trust and praise expressed so beautifully
in the Kaddish.
Throughout our history, these words have
been the bond that has held us together
through times of joy and sadness as a People
and a Faith.
It's what makes us Jews.
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*Jewiti FhrMian
Paam IS-Ar:
Page 3- A
I Sadat, Carter Discuss Arms
&
Continued from Page 1-A
front within the Palestinian
National Council has bowed to
circumstances and chosen not to
pull out of the PLO. realizing
that as matters stand any such
move would amount to a
headlong leap into total political
isolation.
IS more, however,
demonstrated in
WHAT
Genscher
't8t German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher being
velcomed by Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Alton at Ben
Gurion Airport on Mar. 16.
Bonn's High Peace Hope
Before Resignation
visit and the information he was
able to provide were of special
importance to the Israelis.
Genscher is certainly keen to
counteract Israeli mistrust of the
European Community.
The Nines latest statement on
the Middle Kast. prematurely
leaked, is to undergo further
revision before final publication.
In the wake of Genscher's visit
Israel may feel encouraged not to
maintain an unbendingly hard
line on Negotiations, even
though official Arab statements
do not sound unduly en-
couraging.
OFFICIAL ARAB pronounce-
ments cannot sound an en-
couraging note, since the Arabs
are quick to accuse each other of
betraying the common cause. It
remains to be seen, however,
whether the prospects of a
Middle Kast settlement can be
transformed into action.
Precipitate haste is not the
answer. The countries on both
sides must surely be aware of the
domestic problems they face. The
pressure these problems bring to
bear might yet induce Israel and
the Arabs to make cautious
approaches to one another.
^wierusalem that F.urope may well
jQphr able to lend ;i useful hand in
bringing about negotiations.
This forms part of the flanking
measures to hack up Israeli and
U.S. efforts to which Genscher
has repeatedly referred. In the
course of his visit to Jerusalem,
he succeeded in dispelling some
of the mistrust felt in Israel
about all EEC pronouncements
on the Middle Kast.
Jerusalem fully realizes that a
- fresh round of talks in Geneva
will need to be preceded by the
r. ^ii ii s t thoroughgoing
preparations in a variety of
respects.
Otherwise the conference
might well break down
prematurely, thereby blocking
the path to a Middle Kast settle-
ment and all that could entail.
IN THIS context. Genscher's
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
President Carter and Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat after
three meetings at the White
House appeared, publicly at
least, to be holding to their oft-
stated positions both on the pro-
cedure and substance of a Middle
East settlement.
The two leaders, who met
privately after a working dinner
hosted by Carter, later met again
in Carter's office for what was
scheduled to be their concluding
session.
IN ADDITION. Sadat, who is
seeking U.S. weapons including
250 fighter planes that carry
Sidewinder missiles and between
$5 and $10 billion in American
credits, met at the Capitol with
Senate and House committees
dealing with foreign affairs and
at Rlair House with Secretaries of
Defense and Treasury, Harold
Hrown and Michael Ml u men thai.
respectively.
Sadat told reporters after he
left the White House where he
held a 95-minute meeting with
Carter that he had discussed an
arms deal with the President but
declined to disclose the outcome.
Carter confirmed to reporters
that military, economic and
political matters were discussed
and that Sadat was "helpful in
making me understand more of
the prospects for permanent
peace."
SADAT ALSO presented his
case for U.S. arms at his meeting
with Brown.
The President was overheard
to say to Sadat as they were
coming down the walk from the
White House to Sadat's car: "If
anything comes up I'd like you to
please contact me directly
lx>cause I think ..." Carter's
voice at that point trailed off.
In his toast to Sadat at the
dinner. Carter continued to honor
the Egyptian as an individual but
did not mention pathways to end
the Arab-Israeli conflict. He
alluded only obliquely to U.S.
material support. Rgypt is now
receiving more than $900 million
in economic aid annually from the
United States besides large sums
through the World Bank and
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SADAT, however, continued
to press Carter for a U.S. en-
dorsement of participation by
Palestinians in the settlement
process and for Israel's with-
drawal to its pre-1967 lines.
Neither leader has thus far
when we can tap his superb
judgment and leadership and
make major strides toward per-
manent peace in the Middle
Kast."
IN AN allusion to U.S. aid,
barter said that the "ties that
bind Kgypt and our country
together can be strengthened
Follow-Up
mentioned United Nations
Security Council Resolutions 242
(ir i:tH or the Palestine Liberation
Organization. Sadat has spoken
of a Palestinian "entity" but not
a "state." Some believe this
indicates a shift.
After the dinner, as they were
preparing to hold their private
meeting that Carter had
requested, Carter was seen by a
pool reporter placing his arm
around Sadat and overheard
telling him that the Kgyptian
leader had raised "tough"
questions.
In his toast. Carter spoke of
Sadat as "one of my very close
personal friends" and a "man of
his word." He expressed hope
that this year "might be a time
ven further in the weeks ahead."
Hesponding to Carter, Sadat
hailed the President's statement
at Clinton, Mass.. about a Pales-
tinian "homeland." saying it was
"welcomed by every Arab."
Sadat emphasized "a
dialogue" with the Palestinians
"will reassure them and
stimulate further moderation."
However. Sadat also pointed
out that the Afro-Arab summit
conference in Cairo last month
was "a model for enlightened co-
operation among nations."
Dinner guests included Sen.
Richard Stone (D.. Kla.). Robert
J. I.ipshut/. Counsel to the
President; and Stuart Kizen-
stadt, assistant to the President
for Domestic Affairs and Policy.
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*Jen ist fkridKan
Friday, April 15, 1977
Rabin's Tragedy
The breach of moral principles of which Yitzhak
Rabin is guilty cannot be erased. He has accepted full
responsibility for it and has done what any decent and
high-minded political leader should do in similar circum-
stances. He has resigned.
There are many psychological and emotional lessons
in be drawn from the secret Rabin bank account, and
undoubtedly these lessons will be drawn in the weeks
ahead by a variety of observers.
Already, we can guess at some, and with reasonable
accuracy. Mainly, they will involve attempts to analyze,
c\ en in so distinguished an Israeli as Rabin, the growingly
corrosive effect that national insecurity has had on all
Israelis the weariness of war, allegations about the
subconscious desire to flee the country, the bank account
it self as symbolic of a way out.
We wonder just how valid these speculations are.
even before they will be formulated. But even if we shun
them, the bottom line is that Rabin and his wife did
engage in an illegal act. They took advantage of their dis-
tinguished positions and gave to themselves a privilege
denied by Israeli law to all Israelis. Prime Ministers,
included.
Reckoned in these terms, there is no real way of
looking at the Rabin story tenderly or even sym-
pathetically without doing violence to the principle of
egalitarianism that must be the hallmark of a free society,
Israeli or any other.
What we can do is to look with warmth, high regard
and unyielding admiration upon the great service and
skillful leadership Yitzhak Rabin gave his country on the
battlefield and in the political arena throughout his life.
That can never be changed, not even by the fatal flaw
to which all human flesh is heir the desire for an edge
over others to which Rabin, himself, unhappily suc-
cumbed.
Service for Elderly
America is a youth-dominated society. What is
youthful is beautiful. Age. America too frequently
reckons as ugly. Age. America too frequently forgets and
even hides.
It is therefore especially praiseworthy that our
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Central Commission
on the Elderly, in association with the United Way. has
instituted a new service which will permit elderly residents
of Dade County to dial an Information and Referral
Service for help with a problem.
The new ser\ ice is in consonance with the ancient and
traditional Jewish regard for its community s elders. It
shows the heavy concentration of elderly residents in
Dade County that they have not been forgotten.
The Great Holocaust
Friday is Yam Hashoa, the day commemorating the
Nazi Holocaust, which resulted in the death of six million
Jews.
Behind this memorial event is the notion that we
must never forget must never permit others to forget
what happened to so many people while an indifferent
world looked on.
Precisely because so much of the world was in-
different to the Jewish suffering, there is a mounting and
incontrovertible mass of evidence that suggests that
people are forgetting.
On college and university campuses across our
nation, where courses in the Holocaust have already been
instituted, there is indeed the feeling that people have
already forgotten, and it is the purpose of these courses to
jog their memories back to the era of the Nazi brutality.
So with Yom Hashoa.
Can this memorial be any less significant in the
history of the Jews than is Passover itself, a holiday we
celebrated only last week and which as Jews we have cele-
brated for thousands of years now?
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Resignation Not a 'Watergate' 4
jimm ..........tmiiiii.......: what Thomas Jefferson called "a
V1UST take fierce and angry s decent respect to the nninir.no -<
I MUST take fierce and angry
exception to the Miami Herald's
repeated reference to the Rabin
scandal as "Watergate-like."
Over the weekend, I gave up
counting the number of times
that it perpetrated this foul
obscenity in its Herald Wire
Service stories reporting Rabin's
resignation.
Watergate, in case its editors
have forgotten, certainly its ex
cathedra publisher would prefer
to, was a toile.
WATERGATE was a tone
adopted by Richard Nixon and
his fraternity of White House
henchmen long before he lor
they) ever got to the White
House. It was a tone predictable
Leo
Mindlin
i
I
in the man from his earliest days
in the Congress.
Watergate was a lust for self-
gratification, an indifference to
what Thomas Jefferson called "a
decent respect to the opinions of
mankind." a sense that people
don't matter and that the
American Republic that serves
them is therefore an absurdity
needing to be created anew in the
divine image of oligarchic in-
dustry and finance in whose
marble halls Nixon was a captive
visitor.
The act of Watergate wai
offensive than the tone of W
gate. Once the tone triumphed in
the Nixon ascent to thi :
dency, the act was absolutely
predictable.
The act merely attempted to
set the tone into motion the
Nixomanic view of the American
social structure.
IN THE aftermath of
Watergate, it seems to me that *
those who failed to anticipate
these two things, Nixon the man
from his earliest days in the ('(in-
gress and the act of Watergate as
the ultimate expression of Nixon
the man. should be least inclined
to make reference to Watergate
at all.
Particularly in the case of a
newspaper guilty of these
failures, no less in the case of a
newspaper that touted Nixon
onto the people for a second term
well after the Watergate events
were a matter of public record, it
seems that a decent respect to the
opinions of mankind would
suggest that Watergate would be
a word over which its news
columns would henceforth stutter
to the end of time.
Hut
no.
Now comes its
*
ultimate chutzpah. Not only does
the Herald use Watergate
promiscuously. outrageously,
obscenely, but in a pathetic effort
to hatch it anew as something
Watergate was not to make
Watergate synonymous with any
Continued on Page l.'i-A
Apr. 15 Income Tax Blues
Friday. April 15. 1977
Volume 50
27NISAN5737
Number 15
IT WAS one of those weeks.
The kneidlach Imunced instead of
floated. A completed column ap-
parently got brushed out with the
rest of the chameU. The income
tax return required floating an
international loan to meet the
Apr. 15 deadline. That's today,
and if anyone catches me leaf-
letting at the downtown Federal
building around noon, be assured
that it's more than a personal
thing, although the price is con-
vincing in itself.
There is a fairly recent
tradition of displaying opposition
to the annual military budget by
demonstrating that opposition on
"Income Tax Day.'' which
happens to Apr. 15, the deadline
for paying up what you owe. This
is planned by the usual coalition
with the extravagant B-l as this
years particular symbol of
military waste.
THE RESPONSE to such
action may be a knee-jerk one.
but a new book provides the
rationale for demonstrating
against paying so much tax
money for military purposes.
"The Golden Egg" is a unique
history, as its subtitle tells us, of
"The Personal Income Tax-
Where It Came From, How It
Grew."
Author Gerald Carson puts it
directly: The fundamental reason
for income tax is the necessity for
paying for wars past, present and
future (Italics mine).
It was in 1862. in order to pay
for the Civil War, that this coun-
try s first income tax was levied
Carson believes it was the desire
to spread American imperialism
which led to the 16th Amend-
ment in 1913 and the fixing of the
Pax as a Constitutional obligation
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Court in 1895). and it has been
the main support of our past,
present and future wars ever
since although, in all fairness, it
also began to support the social
welfare budget beginning with
the New Deal.
IF ONE accepts the author's
premise and most reviewers I
have read appear to do so then
it is fair comment for us to ask
as we pay these burdensome
taxes, whether those taxes are
being spent wisely when they go
for such things as the B-1, sitting
duck aircraft carriers and an
over-abundance of admirals and
generals who must justify their
feather-bedding the payroll by
demanding more and more planes
and weapons.
Just a few weeks ago, Admiral
Hyman Rickover told a Senate
Armed Services Committee that
the number of admirals should be
cut to half. "What we must
recognize, he said, "fa that the
purpose of our military is to
defend the country, not to
provrfe a place for comfortable
Not only are there twice as
re-nfifthm,HalS Bnd generals with
one-fifth the manpower than
during World War II. but Z
many Congressmen The B-l is a
b/riJ? a Public works Project
for the aerospace industry rather
than a needed weapon tor the
defense <>t the United Stati -
according to Sen. William I'rn.v
mire.
And it should be noted that
both Congressmen Dante Pascell
and William Lehman have voted
against extending B-l funds and
recently voted against
authorizing funds for another
nuclear aircraft carrier, con-
tinuing their philosophical bent
toward giving priority to human,
rather than destructive, needs.
My point of view on this is
colored by what I learned many
years ago from a professor of
government at Princeton Univer-
sity. Put simply, it is that it is
what you get for your tax dollar
that is important, not how much
you are paying.
The list of what we could have
if we spent our defense tax
dollars wisely instead of wasting
them on unnecessary items like
the B-l, generals and admirals,
costly over-runs, "hundreds of
millions in excess profits," we are
told by Rickover, is a long one. If
it is jobs we are concerned with,
money spent in defense industry
produces far fewer jobs than in
civilian industry or service.
MY PROTEST, then, is not
directed to the dollars I have had
to pay in income taxes this past
year, painful as that has been,
but to the waste of those dollars
on projects of no social value.
There won't be many conducting
income tax vigil at the
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the
Federal building this Apr. 15.
but their example may lead some
of us to give thought as to the
why and the what of that annual
extraction of hard-earned money
from most of us. It isn't to
provide free food stamps for the
poor. Of that, you can be
assured.


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Jewish Leaders Reject Breira
F.DITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's recent per-
ceptive analysis of the disease in
American Jewry known as Breira
is timely, significant and worthy
of reproduction.
Fortunately, such diverse
organizations as the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the American Zionist
Federation, as well as its con-
stituent agencies such as Hadas-
sah. have gone on record in
complete opposition to Breira.
FURTHER. these
organizations criticize the incon-
sistency of individuals who are in
executive positions with Jewish
communal organizations playing
leadership roles in Breira, which
calls not only for recognition of
the PLO, but also for Israel s
agreeing in advance of the
Geneva Conference to withdraw
from all Arab territories taken or
retaken in the 19fi" Six-Day War.
The American Jewish com-
munity must not fail to reject
publicly extremism from both the
right and left, from both the
Jewish Defense League and from
llrcira
The Arabs cannot have as
ammunition the false fact that
Electoral College
Ouster Plan Would
Weaken Jewish Vote
American Jewry is divided on the
critical issue of support for
Israel. And the followers of
Islam. American or Arab ver-
sion, cannot point to the JDL as
false evidence that we Jews not
only condone, but also commend
violence.
THOSE WHO speak out in the
name of Breira must be identified
and must be answered. The
agencies they represent must
clearly indicate that their repre-
sentatives who carry the Breira
banner not only speak only for
themselves, but also speak out
against the very groups which
employ them.
GERALD SCHWARTZ
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Alter admitting that he is not
equipped with the proper psy-
chological insights, your colum-
nist. Edward Cohen, goes on to
criticize Jewish communities in
New York, New Jersey, Ohio,
Michigan and Indiana. At the
end of his verbal rampage, he
concludes with a plea that
'"somebody let the public know
that Rabbi Phineas Weberman
does not speak for the Jews of
this community."
This last statement of his
shows that he is not only-
ignorant of psychology, he also
knows nothing about sociology.
American Jewish communities
have never through a democratic
process elected people to repre-
sent them. No one in our com-
munity can ever say that they
speak for the Jews of our area.
MY BACKGROUND of inten-
sive and thorough education, my
sworn commitment to the Jewish
people, and the authority in-
vested in me through my rab-
binical ordination place upon my
shoulders the serious respon-
sibility to speak to the Jews of
our community. I feel compelled
to teach to my brothers and
sisters the authentic, uncom-
promised principles of the Tor ah
that held us together as a people
for more than three thousand
years.
I merely attempt in my way to
follow the paths of my pre-
decessors whose speaking to the
Jewish people in periods of
turmoil and change has enabled
us to remain alive to this day as
Jews.
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
Ohev Shalom Congregation
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EZZ3
NEW YORK Opposition to
the Carter Administration's pro-
posal to abolish the Electoral
College has been voiced here
because it "would reduce the
political strength of American
Jewry and all ethnic groups, as
well as Vmerican labor in their
ibilitj to obtain their objectives
through the political process. "
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, pres-
ident of the Labor Zionist Al-
liance, and a noted social analj si.
told the National Council of his
organization meeting at the Bill-
more Hotel that the abolition of
the Electoral College would
remove centers of Jewish in-
fluence in the national elections,
such as the Northeast, the in-
dustrial Midwest, as well as
Florida and California, where
there are large Electoral College
\otes i hat are needed to win a
Presidential election.
If we have direct elections,
the Jewish population, which
represents 2.9 percent of the total
U.S. population, cannot possibly
have any influence on the
results."
DR. SHAPIRO said that in
states with a substantial Jewish
population, the Jewish vote can
help deliver those states through
the Electoral College system. The
abolition of the Electoral College
would reduce the political
strength of American Jewry on
behalf of its own concerns as well
as on behalf of its traditional
liberal and social outlook. The
removal of the Electoral College
system would hai liberalism
because Jews gei dly back
liberal causes."
The Labor Zionist leader said
that the "influence and strength
of the American trade union
movement would also be ad-
versely affected with its con-
centration in the industrial
states. Labor's influence would
be reduced or eliminated by the
ending of the Electoral College
system."
Declaring that the proposal to
end the Electoral College "hurts
all ethnic groups in America,
because it takes away their
ability to obtain their objectives
through the political process."
Dr. Shapiro said, "our political
process which we have in the
U.S. takes cognizance of the local
population concentrations where
such ethnic groups find them-
selves.
"THIS PROCESS is part of our
pluralistic society and a
pluralistic society does not
operate when your total
population is homogenized into
one vote. A pluralistic society is
the essence of our democracy."
he asserted.
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Friday, April 15, 1977 f
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Jewish Floridian News Feature
The Communist bloc formally
shifted into position in southern
Africa last week for what
promises to be the start of a great
power conflict, writes Stanley
Uys, London correspondent of
the Sunday Times.
The Communist moves, which
would eventually engulf up to 10
states, including South Africa,
appear to be timed to catch the
new Carter administration off
guard.
The moves are:
t The southern African visit of
Russia's President Podgorny;
The African tour by the
Cuban leader. Castro; and
The Communist-backed in-
vasion of Zaire.
In a speech marking the
ratification of the 20-year Soviet-
Vngoian friendship treaty signed
las) October, Podgorny said,
according to the official Soviet
news agency Tass, that Moscow
and Luanda would continue to
struggle against "racism and
apartheid" on the continent.
HE SAID that the Angolan
friendship treaty mirrored the
Soviet Union"s planned course in
relationships with people fighting
for national and social liberation.
During his tour of Tanzania,
Zambia and Mozambique,
Podgorny is expected to confer
with Robert Mugabe and Joshua
Nkomo. joint leaders of the
Patriotic Front, which fights
White rule in Rhodesia.
Fidel Castro's visit to Africa at
the same time as President Pod-
gorny's is no coincidence, writes
Stanley Uys.
Castro has been in Ethiopia,
from where he is believed to have
made a secret 24-hour trip to
Somalia. He then flew to Tan-
zania and was expected in
Zambia, Rhodesia's northern
neighbor, this week.
THE RUSSIAN-Cuban com-
bination is a formidable one in
Africa. Russia has the diplomatic
experience and military muscle:
Cuba has the charisma.
The invasion of Zaire has
added a military dimension to th
conflict. Both the United States,
and France are rushing militarj
aid to Zaire as the Central Afri-i
can country tries to quell what it
claims is an invading force from
Angola. Fighting is taking place
in the southern province of
Shaba. formerly known as
Katanga.
What is important, according
to Frik Radenhorst writing in
Rapport, is that Zaire's copper
export route runs through the
southern part of the country to
South Africa. Zaire's other in-
come source, industrial diamond
mines, is situated in this area.
Zaire could therefore bleed to
death economically without any
further fighting taking place.
WASHINGTON is apparently
in an exceptional state of turmoil
over a typical, small African war
in which much is at stake. It is
Map showing Soviet penetration into central and southern
Africa is significant in the light of African safaris of Nikolai
Podgorny and Fidel Castro. It foreshadows how, should Soviet
strategy succeed. South Africa, South West Africa and
Rhodesia could be isolated from the rest of the continent.
quite remarkable that, in the
midst of all the euphoria about
Africa that seems to exist in
American government circles, so
much realism can still emerge.
It is not always easy to know
exactly what is going on in
Africa's bush, but the picture as
seen in Washington is that
Katangese rebels who fled from
the copper province of Katanga
to escape the government of
President Mobuto, are now
invading their country from
Angola, under the leadership or
advice of Cubans.
The Cubans are in Angola as a
result of the American betrayal in
the Angolan civil war.
AT THE moment when, ac-
cording to military opinion, the
Marxist MPLA and its Cuban
ally (and bases?) were ripe for
picking, the American Congress
cut off the "secret" aid to the
northern front. This was an
irretrievable blow to the fighting
spirit of the anti-Marxists. It
forced the withdrawal of South
Africa, broke up the promising
anti-Red front around Angola
and swung the balance of power
disastrously towards the Soviet
Union.
But in Washington, under the
Carter government, they have,
up to now, talked as if the crimes
of the 'White South" were all
that was wrong with Africa. The
naive reasoning was that if they
only pushed South Africa and
Rhodesia to majority rule, then
the Russians would be finished in
the southern mainland. They
would have been outbid and the
Americans would attract African
friends like flies.
THE INVASION of Zaire has
Gotham Eyes Bill To
Block Minors Conversion
By DAVID FRIEDMAN homes have been converted to
Catholicism.
NEW YORK (JTA) A Silvermans bill would forbid
bill to prevent the conversion of the religious conversion of any
minor in a psychiatric center or
facility, development center,
minors who are under state
supervision will be considered
soon by the New York State
Assembly. Assemblyman
Leonard Silverman, who
represents the Flatbush and Boro
Park sections of Brooklyn, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he introduced the bill after
learning that two retarded young
Jews in state-supported foster
Don .a; Anoy Young *ti" loia th
group home, family care home,
foster care home, for retarded
children being supported or
maintained under the supervision
of the State Department of Men-
tal Hygiene.
A SIMILAR bill is expected to
be introduced in the State
Senate.
Silverman, urging Jewish
organizations to support the
legislation, said the problem
came to his attention when he
learned that children who had
been sent to foster homes from
the Willowbrook Developmental
Center on Staten Island had been
converted by their foster parents.
Rabbi Philip Goldberg, the
Jewish chaplain at the center for
retarded children, told the JTA
today the problem arose when the
state decided a few years ago that
children would be better off in
foster homes than in institutions.
However, he said Jewish
families have not offered to take
in the children, even though
funds are provided, so they go to
Christian homes. At the time the
program began. Goldberg said
1.400 of WUlowbrook's children
Beeki were Jewieh; now there are 700
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come like an ice cold douche to
this wishful thinking. It suggests
that Russian-Cuban strategy is
aimed at systematically ex-
panding its sphere of control as
opportunities arise. Zaire does
not belong to the Red sphere of
influence, but it is bitterly
vulnerable now, economically,
and also because of its long
borders with Russian dominated
states.
The loss of its copper province
could prove a fatal blow to the
ailing economy of Zaire, and
ol>\ lously the surmise that this is
the purpose of the invasion from
Angola is the cause of Washing-
ton's turmoil. Aid is now being
sent in the form of supplies, also
apparently from Belgium and
France.
WHAT President Ford and
Dr. Kissinger were forced by
their Congress to stop doing
must now be done again in Zaire
by an administration
distinguished by a shining light
who talked of the Cubans as
"stabilizing."
Castro is on an African safari
which now will include Zambia
President Podgorny is also on a
visit which includes Zambia.
These events must be seen as *
coming in the wake of the
Angolan earthquake which was
taken so lightly by the
Americans.
If the invasion of Zaire will
help convince them that Africa is
a prize worth fighting for, then it
can perhaps be a good thini; U
far as South Africa is concerned,
they cannot complain that they
were not warned
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Friday, April 15, 1977
Rabin Resignation Stuns Israel
Peres Wins Enthusiastic Okay
To Head Labor Faction List
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin announced at night on Apr. 7 that he was resigning
following an investigation into illegal bank accounts he
and his wife, Leah, held in Washington. In a special radio
announcement, Rabin said he accepted full responsibility
for the joint offense.
UNDER ISRAELI law,
citizens of Israel must close all
foreign accounts within six
months of their return to Israel.
Rabin heads a caretaker
government which cannot
resign and must serve until
the next general elections
May 17. Defense Minister
Shimon Peres, Rabin's arch
rival, has already taken the
party's reins after a behind
- the scenes struggle for
the seat with Foreign Min-
ister Yigal A lion.
EARLIER IN the day, a
Finance Ministry administrative
penalty committee fined the
Prime Minister and his wife IL
Maariv said that at one point
between between March, 1973,
when the Rabins left Washington
and should have closed the ac-
count, and the present time,
there was $20,000 in the account.
It was not clear from the news-
paper report whether this
referred to both accounts
together. Mrs. Rabin, according
to the Prime Minister, took out
sums of money during her several
visits to Washington.
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150,000 for holding the illegal
bank account, according to
Maariv. The newspaper also
reported that the Rabins held two
accounts in Washington, not one,
containing $10,000, not $2,000 as
Mrs. Rabin had claimed.
Mrs. Rabin closed the account
some weeks after a newsman
discovered its existence. At the
time, she said there was $2,000 in
it, deposited while Rabin was
Ambassador to Washington, and
she donated the money to charity
for autistic children.
The Israeli radio report Apr. 7
said that as far as it is known,
there were no deposits into the
account since the Rabins left
Washington in 1973, only with-
drawals.
The penalty committee, ac-
cording to Maariv, imposed an
IL 100,000 fine on the $10,000
that had apparently been spent
over the years in the U.S., and
another IL 50,000 on the $10,000
that had been brought home after
the affair was revealed by
Haaretz some weeks ago.
THE NEW embarrassments to
the Rabins caused by these latest
developments are, one, they
show Mrs. Rabin was not telling
the truth when she said there was
only $2,000 in the account, and
two, they show^she was again
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The Prime Minister himself,
expressly or by implication, con-
firmed all his wife's explanations
of the affair and admitted that
the account was owned jointly by
him.
Suspicions were aroused early
in the affair when Dan Margalit,
the Haaretz correspondent who
first discovered the account,
reported that Leah Rabin's uncle
in New York, to whom the bank
sent periodic statements, had
told him the account was used by
Mrs. Rabin for "pocket money"
during her frequent U.S. visits.
This did not jibe with her ex-
planation that the account had
been inactive.
LIKUD KNESSETERS kept
up pressure on the Finance Min-
istry to investigate the affair ex-
peditiously, and Rabin himself
demanded that it be handled just
the same as any ordinary case.
However, in most ordinary cases,
if the sum involved is more than
$5,000, the file is turned over to
the police for a criminal in-
vestigation which can result in
charges being filed.
The decision to turn over the
file is one of discretion, and is
usually in the hands of the
Attorney General.
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Shimon Peres won enthusiastic
and near unanimous approval by
the Labor Party to head its list in
the May 17 elections and become
Prime Minister if Labor forms
the next Israeli government.
Peres, 54, who is presently De-
fense Minister, was acclaimed the
new leader by 790 of the 816
members of the Labor Party's
Central Committee. Only eight
negative votes were cast and 18
members abstained.
He was warmly applauded
when he pledged that as party
leader he would be "the repre-
sentative of every member of the
party, every faction, every
grouping, every shade of
opinion."
PERES WAS placed in
nomination before the Central
Committee here by Labor
Party Secretary General Meir
Zarmi. Rabin himself received a
standing ovation when he arrived
and took a seat in the front row.
Zarmi said that his resignation
had aroused "respect, love, grief
and awe" among party members.
Peres addressed some of his
remarks to Rabin personally. He
acknowledged that they wer
frequently at odds over the years
and he was "not ashamed" to
admit it.
But he stressed that "on the
central issues of defense and
foreign policy" he and Rabin had
always worked together "in good
faith and harmony."
PERES SAID that although
he had never made any secret of
his aspirations to the office of
Prime Minister, he was saddened
by the circumstances of Rabin's
downfall and his ascendance to
the seat of power.
Speaking to Rabin and, ap-
parently to the Central Com-
mittee and the nation at large,
Peres declared, "My Tnessage to
you at this moment is 'Chazak ve
Ematz' (Be strong and of good
heart), the words of encourage-
ment spoken by Moses to
Joshua.
Peres used the occasion to
warn the Arab countries "not to
delude themselves" into thinking
that at this moment of political
and constitutional difficulty,
Israel was ripe for attack. He
warned that if they did, they
would find Israel's defense forces
able to repel them.
Beigin Reported Improving
JERUSALEM (JTA) Menachem Beigin, Likud's
candidate for Prime Minister, who has been hospitalized for
almost two weeks, was reported "much better."
He is now allowed to leave his bed and walk around the
Ichilov Hospital where he was admitted suffering from what is
now acknowledged to have been a heart attack.
ACCORDING TO unconfirmed reports from political
sources, the Likud leader had one very critical night wher his
life was in danger. Bulletins about his health and progres nave
been vague, and the Labor-leaning Jerusalem Post called for
"an authoritative and plainly intelligible statement" on his
condition.
The paper said that while the Israeli press and public have
traditionally respected politicians' privacy, a serious contender
for the post of Prime Minister on the eve of an election
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Friday. April 15.1977
'JmlstifhrMton
Page 9-A
Rabin 'Permits'
Self to be Fined

By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ Prime Minister Yitzhak
-^abin wiU be fined ad-
ministratively by the
Treasury authorities
IL 15 000 for his part in the
family's illegal bank ac-
counts in Washington. He
will not be brought to trial
alongside his wife, Leah.
This Treasury decision,
reportedly taken in consul-
tation with Atty. Gen.
Aharon Barak, was
reported on Israel Radio.
AT THE same time, the at-
torney general and other legal
aides have reportedly decided
that Rabin cannot con-
stitutionally relinquish his office
of Prime Minister of the interim
go%'ernment. '
The radio report said Rabin
agreed to be fined adminis-
tratively and revoked his
easier insistence on standing
trial alongside his wife because
of the fact that he would have to
continue serving as Prime
Minister in the months ahead.
The "honor" of the lofty post
had persuaded him to take the
|nne and allow his wife to go in the
dock alone. Mrs. Rabin herself,
the radio added, and other close
aides had urged him to take this
step.
WITHOUT RABIN'S con
sent, no administrative fine could
have been imposed on him since
this penalty is in the nature of an
accord between the offender and
the Treasury authorities.
It was not immediately clear
why Barak had agreed to this
arrangement: earlier he had
reliably been reported as in-
sisting that Rabin be inter-
rogated by Treasury inves-
tigators to determine if he knew
of the account .and the use his
wife had put it to'.
Barak had said that if Rabin
knew. Jw would have to face trial
just like his wife. If, on the other
hand, he did not know, then his
offense would be adjudged purely
technical, and no fine whatever
would be levied on him.
THUS IT was not clear why
the attorney general had ap-
parently shifted his position.
One knowledgeable source said
that Rabin's fall from office was
itself a mitigating circumstance
after its occurrence which
Barak could now take into con-
sideration in order to reevaluate
his earlier approach and agree
now to let Rabin off with an
administrative fine.
Mapam Will Stick
With Labor Alignment
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Mapam s Central Committee
decided by a comfortable margin
that Mapam will remain within
* the Labor Alignment for the May
17 elections but will conduct a
thorough reexamination of its
relationship with the Labor Party
six months thereafter.
Those were the terms of a
resolution approved by 58
percent of the Central Committee
following a day of heated debate
on the issue of whether to stay in
the Alignment or go it alone. The
resolution, drafted by the fac-
tion s leadership bureau, was
based on proposals by veteran
Mapam leader Yaacov Hazan.
THE PARTY'S secretary
lygeneral, Meir Talmi, who favored
Quitting the Alignment, said in
an interview afterwards that he
accepted the resolution in the
interests of Socialist unity in
what is expected to be the
toughest election in Israel's
history.
The matter came to a head only
hours before the deadline for
filing Knesset lists. Mapam had
agreed to remain in the Align-
ment when the Labor Party re-
_ elected Prime Minister Yitzhak
.Rabin its leader at its convention
in February.
Prior to the convention,
Mapam had stated that it would
leave the Alignment if Labor
chose Defense Minister Shimon
Peres to stand at the head of its
list.
THE ISSUE was revived by
Rabin's resignation last Thur-
sday as Labor Party leader
because of the bank account he
and his wife kept in Washington,
D.C., in violation of Israel's
currency laws. After the selection
of Peres to replace Rabin, many
Mapam leaders felt the new
situation justified Mapam's
leaving the Alignment.
The Central Committee seemed
to be evenly divided during the
day, and the Leadership Bureau
was deadlocked by an 8-8 tie vote
with one abstention. Hazan's
proposal apparently turned the
tide in favor of continuing the
partnership with Labor,
especially since Hazan originally
favored leaving the Alignment in
the event that the Labor list was
headed by Peres.
Talmi himself warned against
the "ideology of Peres" which he
claimed was closer to that of
Likud than Mapam. But the
party's political secretary,
Naftali Feder, warned that a split
in the Alignment could make a
Likud victory possible on May
17.
THE SAME argument was
used, apparently to good effect,
by a succession of Labor Party
leaders during the past 24 hours
in an effort to preserve the Align-
ment. They included Peres,
Foreign Minister Yigal Alton and
former Foreign Minister Abba
Eban.
Peres is Not Expected
To be Invited to D.C.
Continued from Page 1-A
meet with three other top Middle
Eastern leaders in the next six
weeks and go to Europe for a
vNATO meeting.
JORDAN'S King Hussein is
expected to arrive Apr. 24 for
meetings the following two days
similar to those recently held by
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
next month for the NATO
meeting, Carter will see Syrian
President Hafez Assad May 9 in
Geneva.
Around May 24 and 25. Saudi
Arabian Crown Prince Faud will
be at the White House. While
Carter is said to still expect to
hold talks with Lebanese Presi-
dent Elias Sarkis. no date has
been schedule-
Rising and Falling Tide of Political Fortunes
YIGAL ALLON
GEN. SHARON
MOSHE DAYAN
Day an Back on Trail Again
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Former Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan
reversed his decision not to
run for the Knesset on the
Labor Alignment ticket
May 17.
He says now that he
decided to stick with Labor
after all because he had a
written commitment from
leading members of the
party to hold a national
referendum before the
government agreed to any
peace settlement involving
territorial concessions on
the West Bank.
YITZHAK Rabin was not
among the leaders who made the
pledge to Dayan. After a private
meeting with the former defense
chief, he wrote a letter to Dayan
stating that he had no "objection
in principle" to a referendum
Rabin asserted that he was
totally committed to the Labor
Alignment platform that holds
Israel ready to negotiate ter-
ritorial compromises in all sectors
including the West Bank in
exchange for a full peace settle-
ment with its neighbors.
He noted that the promise of a
referendum was made by the
government of former Prime
Minister Golda Meir and that his
administration has not reversed
it.
DAYAN, who had demanded a
reaffirmation of the pledge from
Rabin, said that the Prime
Minister had not been suf-
ficiently forthcoming. But he
said he was satisfied with the
endorsement of a referendum by
several Laborite ministers, Knes-
set members and potential Knes-
set members.
He said they were a sufficiently
large and representative group to
ensure that the undertaking by
the Meir government would be
honored by every decision-
making body of the Labor Party.
Dayan's decision to support
Labor in the elections disap-
pointed many opposition
politicians, notably Gen. (Res.)
Ariel Sharon who hoped to build
a coalition around him of
elements from all parties opposed
to territorial concessions on the
West Bank.
DAYAN'S CLOSE friend.
Mordechai Ben Porat, who quit
the Labor Party recently over the
West Bank issue, reacted bitterly
to Dayan's decision.
"It is a question of character,"
he remarked, implying that
Dayan was not suited by tem-
perament to set up a new in-
dependent election list with all
the difficulties involved less than
two months before the elections.
Labor Party politicians had no
comment but they were ob-
viously relieved by Dayan's
return to the fold. Although his
reputation was badly tarnished
by the Yom Kippur War, Dayan
still possesses a strong following
in Israel and is very popular
among many Jewish com-
munities abroad.
Sharon's Party Holds
Meet for West Bank
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Gen. (res.) Ariel Sharon said that
he would call for the establish-
ment of a "national emergency"
government in Israel consisting
of a dozen "top men," the
platform of which would be
Israel's permanent retention of
the West Bank.
Sharon addressed about 600
delegates to the founding con-
vention of his new Shlomzion
movement which hopes to win
Knesset seats in the May 17
elections.
The Yom Kippur War hero was
elected by acclamation to head
the list and 34 other Knesset
candidates were selected by
secret ballot.
THE CONVENTION was held
out of doors at the new town of
Maale Edumim on the West
Bank, midway between Jeru-
salem and Jericho. A picnic
atmosphere prevailed.
The delegates and their friends
listened to speeches under a hot
sun while drinking soda pop and
munching shashlik.
No prominent personalities
were evident among Sharon's
followers. A number of delegates
were recognized as former
soldiers who had served under
Sharon in the 1950s when, as a
captain, he commanded the crack
101st Unit that spearheaded
reprisal attacks against Arab
terrorists.
30 Parties Running in Field
m
TEL AVIV (JTA) There are now 30 parties in the
running for the election May 17.
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Page 10-A, *Jen0tifkri Infield, Glenn B. Leni Riefenstahl: The Fallen Film
Goddess. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, i78 p.,
-$9.95.
IN A well-documented analysis replete with
bibliography, appendixes and index, Glenn Infield
carefully examines why the world still scorns Leni
Riefenstahl. Attempts as recent as in the 1970s to
show Riefenstahl's works in the United States and in
Europe have been vigorously protested.
Perhaps it is finally being realized that ideas used
to defend her such as "art transcends the artist" and
"politics and art must never be confused" lose their
meaning when art and artists are used to produce
political propaganda in the persecution of humanity.
THE FILMMAKER'S talent at film editing
enabled her subtly to manipulate her audiences without
appearing to have created propaganda. Riefenstahl
created her famous documentaries at Hitler's orders:
Triumph of the Will, a film about the 1934 Nazi party
rally at Nuremberg; and Olympia, the filming of the
infamous 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.
Despite her protests that she was not a tool of the
National Socialist Party, by 1935 she was well aware of
the situation of the film industry in Germany.
THERE WERE tight controls; Jewish producers,
actors and directors were eliminated; and censorship
was enforced. Much of the cream of the pre-Nazi cinema
industry was already gone. Leni Riefenstahl stayed.
Many film critics today do not see her cinematic
work as great. They attribute the Riefenstahl cult to
the growth of the feminist movement (she has been one
of the few dramatic female film directors of the 20th
Susan panoff;
nazi movie-makeR;
inp lammatORy Book
On Arab Boycott
century); the current morbid interest in Nazism (regalia
and sensational books); and a resurgence of anti-
Semitism in the world (the United Nations, Argentina,
Italy, to name a few examples).
Wencel Rymarkiewicz. No Jews Please. California:
Monogram Publications, 160 p., $1.95, paperback.
This is the type of work which, if written by an
Arab, would be considered inflammatory propaganda.
"A Study of the Arab boycott of Israel and its Impact
on U.S. business" rather loosely documents the
boycott.
THE BOOK inflames the reader with expressions
such as "kissing Arab derrieres" and projecting words
into Arab mouths such as "those dirty, low-life Jews"
and "Hebes." The author himself refers to Arabs
variously as "son of a ." and "Ay-Rab."
Rymarkiewicz's main sources are current *-
magazines and newspapers which would have seemed
authoritative were it not for the author's biased,
redneck remarks throughout the book.
A comprehensive work on the Arab boycott is a
necessity, but it loses its credibility with cheap jibes.
and a less than scholarly approach.
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Low BiRth Rate Reduces Jewish political punch
Bv HERMAN LEVINE
Part I in a Two-Part Series
An article appeared in theNeu
York Turw- on Aug. 29, 1976, by
columnist James Keston who
writes of an interview he had with
former President F.cheverria of
Mexico which dealt with the
concern of the future population
ol Mexico. According to an of-
ficial aide of former President
Kcheverria. the parents of the
future, 100 million Mexicans, are
already born and are running
around the impoverished villages
and cities of Mexico.
When he asked the Mexican
President about this, he replied
that it was an understatement.
He estimated that the population
of Mexico would be 126 million
by lhe end of the century
IT IS really amazing that at
the end of World War II in 1945.
the population of Mexico was
only 20 million. It is now 60
million and rapidly growing. The
same problem exists in a much
more critically accelerated slate
in Africa. Asia, and in other
parts ol Latin America.
In eontrast to the problem of
the population explosion, let's
compare this to the Jewish prob-
lem of a shrinking population.
If there were ever a nation in
the world that would be in need of
a population explosion, it would
be the Jewish people. After
Hitler's Holocaust, when six
million of the Jewish people were
murdered in the crematoriums,
we must now rededicate our
efforts to make up that loss.
THE TRAGIC reality mani-
fest is that instead of ex-
periencing a population ex-
plosion, the Jewish population is
still being diminished: First, by
the lowest experienced birth rate
of any ethnic group; second, by
the increasing and intensified
process of assimilation into
secularism and other religious
movements in the free world; and
third, by intermarriages, which
according to statistics is
especially great amongst the
student body of the Jewish
population. It is conservatively
estimated that the net loss
through intermarriage is 30
percent, so the Jew is a loser by
intermarriage.
For the Jew who is interested
in Hemshech, which is the
Hebrew word for survival, this
problem is a grave concern
Israeli .leu- at Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Will he he outpopulated and lose control of
it!1
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What will the number of Jews
in the United States be at the end
of the century? By the natural
increase in population, there
should have been 12 million Jews
in this country rather than six
million.
CAN YOU imagine what the
influence of 12 million Jews in the
United States would be like
politically and economically,
what it would mean for the
security of the State of Israel? On
the other hand, if the number of
Jews in the United States would
be diminished, to four or three
million, this would be cata-
strophic for Jews all over the
world.
The mainstay of Jewish
existence now is centered in the
United States. I could not
imagine the existence of the State
of Israel politically and eco-
nomically without the support of
U.S. Jewry.
Ephraim Kishon, the great
Hebrew humorist, remarked that
"colonial"
empire is the State of Israel, a
state that is so much dependent
on its "colony."
IF THE population at the end
of the century or the beginning of
the next century should diminish
to four million, it would also be
catastrophic because in a
democracy, the numbers of
citizens are very important in
determining the political outcome
of election results and significant
national and foreign affairs
policy.
The political influence of the
American Jews is probably
greatest in the U.S. and is
greater than their numbers
justify in proportion to other
ethnic groups because of their
unique qualities.
The importance of numbers in
American foreign policy is sig-
nificant. As an exemplification of
my point, I cite the following
statistics: As a result of the last
Congressional election in 1976,
there are 21 Jewish Congressmen
in the U.S. and five Jewish
Senators.
This is the largest number of
elected Jewish Representatives in
the history of the U.S. Further
more, the Congressmen were
elect ed in all parts of the country,
that is. East. South. Midwest,
and California.
IN THE election of 1976, the
Jewish vote played a significant
role more so than in past
election campaigns. If it weren't
for the role played by Jewish
voters in the State of New York,
Jimmy Carter would not have
been elected President, and the
election would have been decided
in favor of former President
Gerald Ford.
In the presidential election of
1972, George McGovern got a
smaller percentage of the Jewish
vote than was generally an-
ticipated only 66 percent. The
explanation behind the
diminished Jewish support lies in
McGovern's stand on the,
question of Israel as a viable
nation siate In short. McGovern
was KM) vague: whereas Nixon
was clearly pro-Israel in inter-
national affairs because hi' was a
good politician. Nixon, in fact,
received twice as many Jewish
votes as in the previous election
of 1968.
It is expected that the Jewish
vote in the American political
sj stem in terms ol the issue <>t
Israel did play an important role
in deciding the 1976 election out-
come, as demonstrated by the
Florida and New York balloting!
ol v otes
ISRAEL IS in great.>r need in
thai it requires the moral and
financial support of the American
government and Jewish people.
Both the Republicans and Demo
crats will increasingly pay heed
lo thai tacl
During the individual political
party conventions in (he summer
ol 1976, notice how ihe major
national party platforms wen'
reflective of the sentiment and
values of the American Jewish
people.
Although former President
Ford was friendly towards Israel
during the course of his Admin-
istration, his final actions in the
UN were reflective of his new
policy of "even-handedness,"
which in reality is pro-Arab.
OUTGOING Secretary of
State Kissinger, although a
member of the Jewish faith, was
accused of the charge that no
previous Secretary of State made
it so clear to Israel that the
Jewish State is in reality is little
more than an American colony.
Therefore, it is charged he
argued, Israel must yield to the
interests of America.
NEXT WEEK: A final look at
the possibilities for Jewish popu-
lation increase and its relation-
ship to the survival of Israel.
Herman Levine is a former insurance
executive who has also contributed
to many Jewish periodicals on
Jewish affairs. A product of Jewish
Orthodox upbringing he was born
in Poland in 1890 he currently
lives and writes in Miami Beach. His
most recent work has appeared in the
Israeli magazine, Tla Min, dealing
with the American Jewish political
scene. He writes with equal fluency
in Hebrew, Yiddish and English.
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Friday, April 15. 1977
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Page 11-A
Science f iction Wrixcr
Asimov's Space 4hasi6im'
By HOWARD ZAHAROFF
Nearly 200 of us had gathered
at Essex Community College to
hear Isaac Asimov speak on the
future of humanity. Yet in spite
of his topic, and in spite of his
human appearance medium
height, a mane of gray hair.
warm smile, glasses, sport jacket
and tie none of us was about to
In fooled. VVe all knew Isaac
\miiiov is no mere mortal.
What mortal, an immigrant
son of immigrant parents, could
become a protessor of bio-
chemistry, as well as one of
America's leading authors of
both fiction and non- fiction'.'
What mortal could produce over
Kill books in less than 30 years.
books on history and science and
mathematics, guides to the Bible
and other great literature.
classics of science fiction, a satire
here, a murder mystery there?
HIS SPEECH that evening
was entertaining, the argument
he presented simple: if our
human species is to survive, we
must cut our birthrate and find
alternative sources of energy.
Concerning the former he says
whimsically: "My idea to save
the world is to pretend that
women are people." He explains
that where the status of women is
hifjh. they often select roles other
lhan housewife mother and the
birt hrate drops.
To ensure adequate energy he
proposes using solar energy col-
lectors orbiting the earth in
outer space. Expensive, yes.
Idealistic, perhaps. But. he
claims, such collectors, traveling
around the equatorial axis, would
guarantee a steady and virtually
unlimited supply of energy.
(Though we would have to beam
this energy down to earth on
microwaves, and he himself
admits to having nightmares
where flocks of birds fly through
these waves and emerge par-
boiled.)
OF COURSE, establishing and
maintaining such a system would
require the full cooperation of all
earth's peoples. But. Dr. Asimov
suggests, the fact that this
project would benefit all and
could be sold as a "united species
effort" might be its greatest
asset.
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makes me Jewish is that an anti-Semite
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For. like it or not. the problems
we face are global in nature, and
to solve them we'll have to learn
to work together. He ends his
speech endorsing the concept of a
federalized world government, in
which each nation retains control
of its internal affairs. Such world-
wide cooperation, desperately
needed, could extend mankind's
future into the 21st century and
forever and forever as far as the
human eye can see."
I talked with Dr. Asimov after
he'd finished speaking, an-
swering questions, and auto-
graphing books. He is friendly
and open, yet in many ways he is
also an enigma; there are many
sides to the man, and it seems
they are not always in harmony.
HE IS BEST known for his
science fiction. Not only did he
spend the first eleven years of his
career writing nothing but
science fiction stories, but he
claims his sci-fi books are still his
biggest money-makers.
Yet. among his own works his
favorite novel is Murder at the
AHA. a mystery, and explains
that he most enjoys writing his
annotations his guides to the
Bible, to Shakespeare, to
Paradise Lost, to Don Juan. His
science fiction, he says, "is
difficult for me to get myself to
do."
He is a published commentator
on some of the greatest works in
the English language. In fact, he
says that after doing Asimov's
Guide to the Bible he was moved
to do a guide to Shaespeare
because "the Bible and Shake-
speare's collected plays are the
two most influential works of
literature in English, both in
terms of how they influenced
people and in their influence on
the English language itself. "
SO IT IS a bit surprising to
hear that his favorite authors, "if
we go by who I read most over
and over and over again are
in the following order: P. G.
Wodehouse, Charles Shulz. and
Agatha Christie."
More of a puzzle is his attitude
towards Judaism. He himself
was born in a Russian shtetl and
raised in the Brooklyn of push-
carts and corner candy stores
(one of which was owned by his
father).
He has a trace of an accent and
speaks Yiddish fluently. Indeed,
in his introduction to Wandering
Stars: An Anthology of Jewish
Fantasy and Science Fiction
(edited by Jack Dann. Harper
and Row) he writes that: "My
pen name and my real name are
identical and both are as Jewish
as I am." and that "despite all
my infidel ways and beliefs I am
Jewish enough."
Yet he says he has had very
little Jewish background, and
when asked to explain in what
sense he sees himself as Jewish,
or Jewish enough, he answers.
"As far as I am concerned, the
only thing thai makes me Jewish
is that an anti-Semite would con-
sider me Jewish."
IN FACT, he seems in express
a sardonic attitude Inwards
religion in general when an-
swering the question of whether
he regrets never having made it
into medical school (he Iried and
was rejected a number of times).
"Oh. no." he nearly shouts.
"Every time I think of it 1 wish
that I were religious so I could
get down on my knees and pray a
little, in gratitude. You know: T
I hank Thee, O Lord, that Thou
hasl allowed this misery to pass
from me.'
Another example of the
conflicting sides to the man: No
one would accuse Dr. Asimov of
too much humility. He is inor-
dinately successful, knows it,
and seems to thrive on it. When
asked, he admits that his renown
pleases him. "because I am only
human, and it feeds my self-
esteem."
YET HE acknowledges
another side as well, one most
people would scarcely suspect.
For renown, he says, "can be a
pain in the neck, too." It's ironic
that the only way he can clarify
his feelings is in Yiddish.
"Mereishtiga." he says, then
explains: "It means that 'they
pull pieces out of you.' That's the
feeling I get sometimes."
And watching him sitting
there while admirers pose behind
him for the ever-present camera,
and having seen him engulfed by
fans, celebrity-watchers, and
acquaintances as we left the hall
where he spoke, one finds it easy
to believe and feel for him.
A last, but thoroughly en-
joyable example of his many
facets is the easy way he moves
from total seriousness to delight-
ful humor.
HIS SPEECH that evening,
which struck a perfect balance
l>etween these extremes, demon-
strated this ease. So do his books
for every tan ol his knows that
besides serious studies, guides.
and histories. he has also
authored The Sensuous Dirty Old
Man (under the pseudonym "Dr.
A") and Lecherous Limericks.
And that humor surfaced in his
response to my final question: "If
we do find life on other planets,
and il turns mil to be intelligent,
what do you suppose the chances
are that it will lie Jewish''"
He laughs heartily, throwing
back his bead (which creates
some turbulence in the nether
portions of his graying locks),
then answers with a story.
"A MARTIAN came down to
earth and was brought in to
Jimmy Carter. And he looked at
the Martian in astonishment and
said. Are all you Martians three
feet tall?' And the Martian said.
In that area. Some of us are 3
feet 1 or 2 inches, 3 feet 10 inches,
maybe, you know.'
"And are you all green?"
" 'In different shades. Some of
us are Nile green, some of us are
olive green, some of us are a light
pastel shade.'
"He says. And you all have
these funny little curly locks
(here Dr. Asimov fingers his
bushy sideburns) growing down
your temples?"
"Only the Hasidim."
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Miami Club Discrimination
Continued from Page 1-A
from the Bath Club, Surf
Club, Riviera Country
Club, La Gorce Country
Club, Indian Creek
Country Club and the Uni-
versity Club.
MANY OF these clubs proudly
point to the fact that there is
nothing in their by-laws that
precludes the admission of Jews.
Several even recently removed
completely the question of
religion on their applications.
Despite this, the reality of the
situation is that there are few, if
any, Jews in any of these clubs
and certainly no Blacks.
Many of the discriminatory
club members rationalize that the
exclusionary policy is consistent
with fair play and democratic-
principles since "they have their
clubs and we have ours." The
name of Westview Country Club
reappears incessantly. Westview.
although a predominantly Jewish
club, has had Christian members
in times past and even had a
(ientile president some some
years back.
When members are candid
enough to admit to the dis-
criminatory practices, they state
that the rationale for maintaining
discriminatory practice is that it
represents the preservation of
private rights, whether right or
wrong, and resists an encroach-
ment and abridgement of per-
sonal freedom. They maintain
that "everyone should have the
right of freedom of choice" and to
be discriminatory whether or not
this constitutes bigotry. One club
member stated: "If we want only
red-headed, blue-eyed members,
it is our right, and we should be
permitted to do so."
IT MUST be said in candor
that the overwhelming majority
of these club members probably
are fair-minded egalitarian people
who in theory are opposed to dis-
crimination. Many of them feel
that they are ineffective to in-
stitute a change in policy since
they are not within the power
structure of the admissions com-
mittee. Despite this fact, the de
facto exclusion of Jews and
Blacks persists.
That brings up another
question. Although many of the
clubs are reputed to be
"restricted." they allege that
they have Jewish members.
However, nobody seems able to
identify them. They do perhaps
sincerely believe that they have
Jewish members, because they
consider one to be Jewish whose
forebears many generations
removed were Jewish and despite
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the fact that neither they nor
their parents are practicing Jews.
This test appears to be more
selective than Hitler's since
under his guideline, you only had
to have all four grandparents
Gentile to be considered as such.
Some Jews as well as Gentiles
refuse to attend these clubs even
as guests. Frank Magrath,
regional director of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews,, states: "I would not
accept an invitation as a guest to
any of those discriminatory
clubs."
The right to discriminate is
certainly legal. Walter Zand,
Florida Area director of the
American Jewish Committee,
says: "While the American
Jewish Committee recognizes
that social clubs legally
have the right to reject any
person because he attends a
synagogue or temple rather than
the church, it believes that such
discrimination is immoral and
divisive. It sets a tone in the
community by giving encourage-
ment and respectability to
bigotry and discrimination, for
the club is part of the social, eco-
nomic and political fabric of our
society. Social club dis-
crimination also sets a norm for
young people to follow and per-
petuate. It denies them the
opportunity for meaningful
association."
MANY CIVIC and social
functions that were originally
scheduled for these
discriminatory clubs have been
cancelled. Some years back,
when the American Mar Assoc-
iation met in Miami for its annual
meeting. social events were
scheduled at the Bath Club,
known to bar Jews from mem-
bership.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee informed the president of the
Association that it considered the
use of this facility improper. The
meeting was cancelled. In 1975,
[Trial Lawyers Association can-
celled a meeting at the Riviera
Country Club at the request of
Circuit Judge Milton Friedman,
and quite recently in 1977. the
Royal I'alm Tennis Club can-
celled its annual ball at
University Club.
Arthur Teitelbaum, of
Anti-Defamation League,
been instrumental in having
numerous other affairs cancelled.
RECENTLY, the Executive
Hoard of the American Jewish
Committee reviewed the
membership list of the University
Club and could not identify a
single Jew in the entire member-
ship. AJC decided to send a
friendly letter to each of the Uni-
versity Club members to advise
them of its finding, since many
club members appeared to be
uninformed of this fact. The
letter resulted in a resounding
yawn from the club.
Several years ago, the presi-
dent of the University Club was
overheard to say: "The only Jew
we would admit to the University-
Club is Harry Gold water." In
another club, an "old line"
member married a Jew and was
requested to resign.
Why are Jews piqued by their
non-admission to these dis-
criminatory clubs? Many in fact
are not. Some Jews (as well as
Gentiles) are happy with
"separate clubs." Other Jews
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actually favor the separateness of
the clubs and cite the fact that it
reduces the proliferation of inter-
marriage. However, sensitive
Jews feel otherwise. Social
discrimination serves to per-
petuate bigotry and implies the
social inferiority of all of its
members. Such imputation of
group inferiority could have far-
reaching effects.
MANY JEWS look at the
question pragmatically
recognizing that club member-
ship may be a prerequisite of
enhancement of their careers.
Major corporations and law firms
recognize the importance of these
memberships and encourage their
constituents to join these clubs,
in many cases even paying the
lax deductible initiation and
membership lees
Why does the practice persist?
A surface analysis of the
situation reveals a preservation
of the right of privacy and being
comfortable with "your own
kind." However, a more per
ceptive analysis reveals an all-
pervading xenophobia.
Miami now has a combined
Jewish and Latin population of
approximately 500,000, This
large group represents a distinct
threat to the WASP infra-
structure. The invasion and
intrusion of these elements into
Miami is changing the ethnic mix
of the community.
One club manager states
"Many of our members are
leaving the community and
moving up to areas like Vero
Beach." Some club members are
paranoid about this development
and feel the creeping encroach-
ment upon them both from a
social and financial standpoint.
The.- .omplain that: "We can't
com;,, le with these people'
Some feel that if they broke the
barrier, "we would be inun-
dated."
AN INTERESTING develop-
ment arises. Although many-
Jews were born in Miami and
grew up with the people in the
power structure of the dis-
criminatory clubs, they are still
denied admission. However, the
Latins, consisting of both
Cubans and Puerto Ricans,
although they have only been in
the United States for several
years are gaining increasing ad-
mission to the clubs.
Allegedly, the exclusionary
practice of clubs is invoked to
maintain the superior quality of
its membership. It would be
considered declasse to admit
Jews under these guidelines.
However, some club members
candidly indicated a fear of
"keeping up" with Jewish
people, t bus reflect ing. in fad an
abiding sense of their own in-
feriority
PERHAPS SOCIAL discrim-
ination will persist until legis-
lative fiat adopts something
drastic such as the cancellation of
liquor licenses or the dis-
allowance by the Internal
Revenue of the tax deductible
membership fees in dis-
criminatory clubs. Or perhaps
change will come about from
within the clubs as the result of
the rising egalitarian spirit ot its
members.
Or perhaps, as is more
probable, the hope to the end of
the problem lies with the ad-
mission of younger members who
are not as inculcated with the
habit and custom ot bigotry as
their elders The long range prog-
nosis ot the situation lavors a
breakdown of the practices
Younger people representative ol
the future power structure of the
clubs if the clubs do indeed
survive are not likely to per-
petual.'the practice
Many ot the younger members
do not even know the surnames
of their peers, much less their
religion. Unless the youth change
their present attitudes, it is safe
to conclude that the practice of
Bocial dub discrimination will
wither away and with it "the last
refuge of the bigot."
Art Collector Indicted
For Murdering Many Jews
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
I'ieter Menten. the 77-year-old
Dutch millionaire art collector
who has been accused of mur-
dering Jews and others m Poland
during World War II. was of-
ficially indicted by a special
tribunal here of "crimes against
humanity."
Menten. who was extradited
from Switzerland where he fled
'shortly before he was scheduled
to be arrested, had to be indicted
because of a Dutch law that says
no one can be detained for more
than 102 days without a charge.
HIS TRIAL will be held May 6
to give both the prosecution and
defense time to prepare for what
s expected to be a complicated
trial.
Menten was charged with the
murder of Polish citizens, mostly
Jews ,n the Lemberg area in
1941. specifically in Podhorodoce
on July < and Uryce Aug. 27.
The area is now part of the
Soviet Union and Dutch officials
interviewed witnesses

recently
there. '
IT IS ALSO charged that
Menten rounded up victims for
the mass executions through
gitts or promises, by abusing his
power or by providing infor-
mation that led to the victims
being seized for execution.
Menten is also charged with
being a Dutch citizen in the ser-
vice of the enemy.
Louis Van Heynigen. Menten s
new lawyer, announced that he
will call 60 witnesses to be heard
>> I he examining magistrate
before the start of the actual
trial.
Van Heynigen told the hearing
that he believed Menten was
innocent and that the charges
against him had already passed
the statute of limitations.
Menten said all the evidence
against him should be thrown out
because it had been given under
coercion or by Soviet KGB
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April 15. 1977
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Page 13-A
joJMndlin
Resignation Not a 'Watergate'
I Continued from Page 4-A
|dal. to downgrade the horror
Vatergate. in retrospect to
> it all seem kosher.
JONE OF this is intended as
[apologia for Yitzhak Rabin.
lat he did speaks for itself.
Is an American Jew living in
tt\ and security, surrounded
fthe creature comforts of a
Idle class existence, it would
I ritical of me to lecture
on, say, the evils of greed,
jr to argue that his
Washington bank account
suggests a serious lack of feeling
of safety and a profound sense of
insecurity in him as an Israeli
feelings totally alien if not
damaging to the exalted office of
Prime Minister which he held and
feelings which he should not have
had.
Or to preach to him that what's
right for the lowly Israel: citizen
must be right for the head of
stale as well that if the law of
the land prohibits foreign bank
Syrians Not on Attack
accounts, then he should not
have permitted himself one either
as a kind of escape hatch from the
pressure cooker of Israeli
national life.
THESE ARE things both
Rabin and his wife as accomplice
will Burelj agonize over for the
if their years; they need no
moralizing from the sidelines,
Hut if one can speak of levels of
unethical conduct in politics,
then there is no way in which
honestly to equate the Rabin act
with Richard Nixon's.
In the Rabin act. there was no
malevolence, no sinister dis-
ERUSALEM (JTAI -
aeli military sources said that
had no confirmation of
j)lts that Syrian forces in
banon were supporting a major
jnter-attack launched by
I].simian Moslems against
|ht wing Christians in southern
jbanon,
[The sources stressed, however.
lat there was no confirmation
Jo far." indicating that Israel
id not rule out possible Syrian
Ivolvement in the renewed
ihting.
THE FIGHTING took place
round Taibe. a Moslem village
[tuth of the Litani River only
firee miles from Israel's border.
Jestinians also attacked in the
ricinity of Qlaia. Merj Ayun and
(hiam. Christian strongholds.
According to reports from
Beirut, the Palestinians were
>erating in close coordination
I'ith Syrian peace-keeping forces
leployed just north of the
fghiing area
Israeli artillery fired at "ter-
Kiri-t targets'' in southern
Lebanon Military sources said a
I ;t mortar position was
lilenced after several shells
|ancied near Kibbutz. Misgav-Am
ear the Lebanese border,
THE RESUMPTION ol
[lighting between Moslem and
Christian forces in Lebanon has
revived concern that Israel and
Syria once again may be moving
It"aid a confrontation in
[southern Lebanon.
Syrian troops comprise the
Ihulk of the Arab peace-keeping
Korce in Lebanon but the Syrians
[also control Al Saiqa, a Pales-
tinian terrorist organization.
[through which they provide
[military support for the
I Moslems.
\nv direct Syrian involvement
[would be viewed by Israel as a
[violation of the understanding
[with Damascus that Syrian
[troops would respect the "red
[line" in Lebanon. The "red line"'
[represents a point. usually
identified as the Litani River,
[beyond which the presence of
Syrian troops would not be
accepted by Israel.
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regard for the rights of others, no
wilful decision to subvert the
normal processes of con-
stitutional government.
TO HYPHENATE the Rabin
act with the Nixon act is to raise
the specter of some terrible
question involving the motives of
those who do.
The answer to the question
may well be as loathesome as the
Nixon act was itself.
Opposition Mounting
To Funds for Interpol
WASHINGTON
(JTAI Opposition is
mounting here to increased
U.S. funding for Interpol,
the international police
organization headquartered
in Paris, which is alleged to
have had a Nazi past and
has been accused by some
Israelis of having given the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization access to infor-
mation submitted to it by
Israel.
The matter of future
U.S. relations with Interpol
is the subject of hearings
by the House Judiciary
Committee's Subcommittee
on Immigration, Citizen-
ship and International
Law.
THE SUB-Committee, chaired
by Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D..
Pa.I. is considering whether the
U.S. should authorize an increase
in its dues to Interpol which
serves as a clearing house for
information about criminals and
criminal activities between its
124-member countries.
Attention has been given
charges by Hugh Wilhere. chair-
man (it the National Commission
on Law Enforcement and Social
Justice (NCLE), a group that has
been detailing Interpol activities
over the year-, that Interpol co-
operates "with criminal terrorist
organizations" and that the
American police "have been
duped into cooperation "with it.
The House panel is especially
concern.hi with allegations that
Interpol complied with "laun-
dered" requests by certain
Eastern European countries tor
information in a Western country
about American citizens.
LAST YEAR, Hep V\\ Beard
(1). R.I.I introduced legislation
to bring Interpol under the
Freedom of Information and
Privacy Acts when information
about U.S. citizens was said to
have been circulated.
A recent report by the General
Accounting Office (GAO)
prepared for Rep. John Moss (I)..
Calif.) found that most requests
from Interpol for information
about American citizens "in-
volved individuals with no prior
criminal record."
The GAO found that there is
no absolute control over infor-
mation disseminated abroad by
Interpol.
ASSISTANT ATTY. Gen.
Glen Pommerening was unable to
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week when questioned by it on
whether the PLO had access to
information submitted to Inter-
pol by Israel Charges lhat Inter-
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'Cast Me Not Out
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Levy, also serves as Federation's planning arm for ser-
vices to Dade County's elderly population.
The population of those who are 60 years and older is
estimated at 73.000 people, or approximately one-third of
the estimated 225,000 Jewish population in Dade County.
Some 25,000 of these Jewish elderly have no local family.
"IT IS OUR hope that, with the installation of the
information and referral telephone line, help to our com-
munity's elderly can be expedited, thereby keeping these
people functioning independently for as long as possible."
Levy said.
"We will use this contact with our community's
elderly," said Federation President Morton Silberman,"
to make the existing services more usable. Once people are
more informed on what exists to help them, we can
prevent crisis situations."
Kreisky Party Denounces Book
Report Dissident Buckled Under Pressure

By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Local activists for Soviet
Jewry told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that in-
tense harassment, threats
by the KGB and loss of em-
ployment may have caused
Dr. Sanya Lipavsky to
buckle under pressure and
sign a letter that appeared
in Izvestia accusing Soviet
Jewish emigration activists
and dissidents of working
for the U.S. Central Intel-
ligence Agency (CIA).
Michael Sherbourne, a London
schoolteacher who has had tele-
phone contacts with Soviet
Jewish activists, including
Lipavskv in the past, said the
Moscow physician used to
provide him with telephone
numbers where he could reach
meetings of Soviet Jews on
certain occasions.
OTHER PERSONS working
for the cause of Soviet Jewry told
the JTA that Lipavsky has been
absent from such gatherings in
recent weeks.
They said their last report of
his activities was on Feb. 9
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by a Dutch journalist supporting
Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal in
his feud with Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky has been denounced by
Kreisky's Social Democratic
Party as an "anti-Austrian
pamphlet'" that mingles "the
author's opinion with fabrication
and facts."
The book, by Martin Van
Amerongen, was published here
under the title, "Kreisky and His
Unmastered Past." Its original
title was "Conspiracy Against
Simon Wiesenthal."
IT DEALS with the dispute
between Kreisky and Wiesenthal
over the Chancellor's support of
Friedrich Peter, leader of the
right-wing Freedom Party,
against charges by Wiesenthal
that he participated in war crimes
against Jews and others while a
member of the Nazi SS 1st
Infantry Brigade during World
War II.
Wiesenthal disclosed in 1975
that Peter's brigade, along with
others, killed 400,000 persons,
mostly Jews.
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ilocaust Memorial
larked by Nation
Hashoa. the observance memorializing the Nazi
t which resulted in the slaughter of six million Jews,
larked on Friday.
nmmunitv-wide event at Temple Emanu-Kl. Miami
Thursday night was to include an exhibition of a set
lucational posters published and distributed by the
Lmation League of B'nai B'rith.
series documents the Holocaust in words and pictures
Itrates the events in Hitler Germany leading up to
fard 11, including the rise of the Nazis, persecution of
deportations. Hitler's "final solution." Jewish
. the survivors, the Nuremberg Tribunal and the
[.-statistics of the genocidal scheme revealed there.
L OFFICIALS said here this week that the series may
red through the local office at 907 Seybold Bldg..
Inwhile. cities throughout the country will also observe
khoa. Governors Hugh Carey of New York and Michael
! of Massachusetts have proclaimed Apr. 15 the day of
jal memorial in the Hebrew calendar, as Holocaust
trance I 'ay in their states.
hew York, the major ceremony will be held Sunday at
Emanu-El, where Israeli Minister Without Portfolio
JHausner, the prosecutor of Adolf Eichmann. will ad-
[e annual observance sponsored by the Warsaw Ghetto
nie Organization in conjunction with other major
organizations.
BOSTON, Mayor Kevin White will lead a noon
il service at City Hall Friday.
livities in the Boston area have already started with a
,'ht ceremony at the Newton City Hall and will continue
lout the week, ending with a day-long conference at
Is University and a community-wide service at Brook -
Iday.
iheim Pessimistic About Geneva
IRIS (JTA) UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim
TV thai wide differences over procedure and substance
Israel and the Arab states would delay reconvening
lipva conference until "September. October, if we are
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From 1933 to 1945. some 29 million people died as a result of
Nazi rule. Si.x million teere Jews. Above is one of a series of 20
exhibit posters documenting the Nazi extermination era on ex-
hibition at the Temple Emanu-Kl Remembrance Day cere-
monies Thursday night.
Arabs Warn U.S. Businessmen
To Shun Anti-Boycott Measure
DETROIT (JTA)
American businessmen were
warned here that if Congress
adopted legislation aimed at
combatting the Arab boycott, it
would mean the loss of millions of
dollars in business for the United
Stairs
The warning came from eight
Arabs who addressed some 2(M)
Arab-Americans and local
businessmen at a meeting last
week sponsored by the Wayne
County Community College, the
National Association of Arab
Americans and the Hank of
Commonwealth here, which is
partly owned by Arab investors.
"THE SAUDI Arabian
government plans to spend $ir>()
billion on economic development
programs between 1975 and
1980, and we would like to see a
good deal of that work done by
American firms," Tarek Shawaf,
head of the biggest engineering
consulting firm in Saudi Arabia,
told the audience.
Hut he warned that Canadian,
(ierman and Japanese companies
hope that Congress passes the
anti-boycott legislation so that
they will get the orders that
would have gone to the U.S.
The same warning was made
by Michael Saba, executive
director of the National As-
sociation of Arab Americans.
"THE UNITED States Ls the
only country in the world which
has introduced anli-boycott
legislation." he said.
Pregnant Women
Need Ambulances
JERUSALEM Prospective
fathers, as a rule, help their wives
reach the hospital to give birth
by means of their own trans-
portation, but in case of emer-
gency and often when husbands
are away serving on army reserve
duty, pregnant women in Israel
greatly depend on and avail
themselves of the Magen David
Adorn (MDA) ambulance service.
In the 197(i operational report
recently issued by Chaim
Vigolik. director MDA,
Jerusalem First Aid & Health
Station statistics show that out
of the 26,748 emergency patients
transported by MDA am-
bulances. 294 were maternity
cases.
Vigolik stated that "the MDA
staff is always inspired by their
positive instrumental role to
increase the population growth of
Israel's capital." The Ambulance
fleet serving Jerusalem and its
environments on a 24-hour basis
clocked 383,218 kilometers this
past year, he said.
The Jerusalem MDA am-
bulance fleet consists of more
than :t() various types of life-
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h Floridlan Ruben, Jacobs to Host Myerson
At CJA-IEF Mercantile Dinner
,_ Friday. April 15. 1977
Section B
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Izmer (right) and Mrs. Kartzmer greeted keynote
Laker Congressman Morris Udall at last week's Bin Gifts
Inner held "" behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
atioii's 197" Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
nd. Kartzmer chaired the dinner and is headinn one of the
\,ost acine campaigns in this division.
William S. Ruben, president of
Jordan Marsh Florida, along
with Melvin Jacobs, chairman of
Burdine's, will join in hosting
nationally known consumer
affairs expert Bess Myerson on
Thursday. April 28. for the
annual dinner of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Mer-
cantile Division.
Ruben and Jacobs arc assisted
in planning the dinner at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors by
George Mover (Zayre of Florida)
and Murray Turetsky U.
Byrons). honorary chairmen,
along with Dinner Cochairmen
Julius Mufson (Jefferson Stores)
and Daniel I.incove (Richards).
The major Division of the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal-Isreal
Emergency Fund includes ap-
parel manufacturers led by Jon
Serbin (Serbin Fashions) and Ted
Bodin (Bodin Knits). The
evening, beginning with a 6:30
p.m. cocktail reception and 7:30
p.m. dinner, includes the annual
presentation of the Harold B.
KUBEN MYF.RSON
Bosworth Memorial Award.
Guest speaker Myerson is
known for her national television
apix-arances as well as for her
service as New York City's Com-
missioner of Consumer Affairs.
She is also a writer, reporter, and
JACOBS
member of the U.S.
delegation to the United Nations.
Reservations are required.
Information on the event may be
obtained through contacting Mr.
Bendheim at the Federation
office.
New Haggadah Question:
Vhv Was Passover Different?
Gen. Gur to Address ZOA
Convention in Tel Aviv
The first "I i lie fir kashas in t he
Hoover Haggadah asks Why
this nighl different from all
hrr nights.' \ more timely
iut-stion might have been, "Win
n- l>,. different from all
m\ icMi-
I'assovei 19"" 573" was a
iu.il ill several "firsts" lor me
l he holiday was mure
in .inniu'iu! than usual, it could
i In .m i id ited t" some special
i and ihe ."Iinns they
I
l\ Till kiti hen. I followed
n I mny I .ipskar's lead
; gefille lisb It is
. and light and was
h mpl at that par
i specially. M\
null:' ipi rienced hand al
I gave me my in-
I Kul first, we
Ji six lish stores belore
Hindi'!:' "in with whitefish in
v\ Inch in my
I family is not only
Jl lied uul on little mat/oh
Sandwiches with healths peels ol
horseradish but is also
genero islj passed along with
li'L'i:- potatoes and salt water.
became a whiz to make courtesy
|nt my neighbor's Cuisinart.
Points off
icw
V2
With
Norma A.
Orovitz
shuttled all leavened goods to the
back of a pantry shell and trans-
ferred all breads and rolls to the
garage freezer. But there was
always u niggling guilt free-
floating in my conscious Why
hadn't I thrown mil all I he
i hum. I.- instead'' Because I had
been raised on "the children in
I'urope are starving."
^-astronomical delight, read on
The firsi Passover first" for
i lus year came during an inter-
\ icw .a Chubnd's Institute for
the Searching Jew Deliveries
wen being madeol hand shmiira
inatzoh. a ver\ different varietj
I ban found at ihe local super
market This round mat/oh i-
made by hand and watch*1*! al its
iverj step ol processing i"
prevent accidental leavening It
|s ,i denser and loaslicr-tasting
product
year was different,
I read about mechirtil
in several synugOgUI
I Ills
i hough.
i hiimeU
hullelins. Rabbis Sherman
Kirshner and Joseph N a rot* filled
me in mi buck ground.
Km ii was Rabbi David
I., Inln Id who read in my inter-
view more than jusi professional
inleresi in a "good storv At his
Continued < Page6-B
The Chief of Staff of the Israel
Defense Forces, (ien. Mordechai
(llir, will address the delegates to
the eightieth national convention
ol I he Zionist Organization ot
America which will be held in
Israel July 6-13.
(ien. (Jur, who assumed his
position as Chicl ol Staff in April.
197-1, will speak al a plenary
breakfast session ol the conven
lion in Tel Avi\ on July 12, The
invitation to (ien. (lur in Tel
\\ i\ was extended on bebalt of
I be X<>\ bj National Kxecutive
Director Leon lluto\ ich, who has
just returned from Israel alter
making preparations for the
convent ion.
(Jen. Our. who was born in
Israel. attended the Hebrew
I niversity in Jerusalem. During
Ihe Israel Wai ol Liberation he
served with ihe Ncge\ IWgadeof
the I'almach lie later joined I be
|>,i i al loop ( orps and M as
wounded in a retaliatory raid on
Khan Unis for which he was
decorated by ihe then chief of
staff, (ien. Moshe Dayan. In
I!r.T. he became deputy com-
mander ol the Para troop Corps,
lie served as commander of ihe
(iolani Brigade from 1-961 to
I'Ki.'t. The paralroop unit he com-
manded during the Six Day War
broke through into the Old City
ol Jerusalem and liberated the
Temple Mount.

Fershko's Symphony, Schweiker's
Speech to Mark AZF Observance
I hat new
I which
kitchen device,
does everything except
harvest the crops, chopped eight
apples in a fraction of the time it
took to peel them.
I LEST ANYONE think that
Passover is loved onlv as a
We used Ral)l)i Joseph
Biston's gilt of shmura matzoh
as our middle piece on the seder
table. When my youngest found
the afikomen. everyone partook
of the different 'dessert. "
Another "first'' served as the
subject of a column two weeks
ago I had never heard of
mechirat chametz the selling
of leaven to literally comply with
the injunction against owning
leavened foodstuffs.
IN YEARS past. I simply
Israel Independence Day
Lecture Series Begins
The South
Jiiiiiniy, in uuu|mmuun wun
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami, is sponsoring an Israel
Independence Anniversary Lec-
ture Series on four consecutive
tuesdaya at the Hebrew
Academy Auditorium.
Beach.
Dade Hebrew
cooperation with
Miami
The first lecture was held on
April 12 and dealt with the topic
van Israel Survive?"
- Tuesday, April 19, Leon
" discuss "Soviet Jewry
oure is a director of
Gouri
Toda\
' will discuss "Soviet Jewry
> Goure is a director of
soviet Studies and professor of
;n,ernalional BfiitS *. >U
Unive
he
Studies at the
ersity of Miami, in addition,
ls the author of Soviet
H"ietration of Latin America.
A nti-Semitism and
Assimilation in Latin America
will be Seymour Liebman's topic
on Tuesday. April 26. Liebman is
adjunct research scholar at the
Institute for Inter-American
Affairs at the University of
Miami, as well as a published
author.
On Tuesday. May 3, David
Tulin will address the topic
"Bevond Fund-Raising lo a
Revitalized Zionism." Tulin is
vice chairman of Breira. chair-
man of the board of Jewish
Fducation. Philadelphia, and im-
mediate past president of the
Philadelphia Zionist Federation.
Lectures begin at 8:30 p.m.
and discussion runs from 9:30 to
10 p.m.
Premiere showing of a sym-
phony written in Israel during its
War of Independence Shmuel
Fershko's Israel 1948" will
highlight the South Florida
community-wide observance ol
the Slate of Israel's twenty-ninth
anniversary of modern rebirth.
Some 3.000 persons are ex
peded to fill the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts
for the Sunday night, April 24.
celebration of Yom HauUmaut
(Israel Independence Day),
according to Harriet (ireen, rally
coordinator.
The American Zionist Fed-
eration of South Florida with
more than 35.000 dues-paying
members in Dade and Broward
counties is sponsoring the
Israel Independence Day ob-
servance. Mrs. Green is president
of the AZF and of the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida.
U.S. Sen. Richard S. Schwei-
ker of Pennsylvania, ranking
Republican member of the
defense appropriations subcom-
mittee, will be the principal
speaker for Yom Haatzmaut,
according to Gerald Schwartz,
chairman of Israel Independence
Day. Schwartz is a past president
of the South Florida Zionist Fed-
eration and a member of the AZF
national board of directors.
Tickets for the rally are
available at the offices of the
SEN. RICHARD SCHWEIKER
American Zionist Federation,
Miami Beach, or at the offices of
Hadassah. American Mizrachi
Women, Zionist Organization of
America, Labor Zionist Alliance,
B'nai Zion, Pioneer Women and
all other Zionist agencies.
Fershko, musical director of
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach, will be presenting his
symphony premiere with the
North Miami Symphony Or-
chestra providing the music.
Lois Yavnieli, a member of the
Israel National Opera Company
and a soloist with the Israel Phil-
harmonic, will sing the lead of
"Israel 1948." Fershko said.
MAIN GOLDBERG
Mt. Sinai
Ups Free
Care Record
Ml. Sinai Medical Center
of Miami Beach provided a
record amount of free care to
Ihe Greater Miami com-
munity in 197r>. To meet
federal guidelines. the
hospital is required to
provide nearly $800,000 in
Iree care However, recent
audits showed that Mt Sinai
surpassed that figure, pro-
viding nearly $2.7 million in
free care in 1976.
"We are very proud ol the
ability lo continue these
humanitarian efforts,'' said
Alvin Goldberg, executive
director. "Much of the
thanks and credit for this
great contribution which Mt.
Sinai is able to make to the
community is due to those
generous donors who sup-
port our work. As long as we
continue to receive this
financial support as a not-
for-profit hospital, we will
continue to follow our Board
of Trustees' policy of pro-
viding quality medical care
to those with limited
means."
Mt. Sinai Medical Center
is a recipient of government
funds under the federal Hill-
Burton Act. and. under the
law. is required to provide a
small percentage of free i are.


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Seminary to Bestow Honors
On Three Local Rabbis
the recent officer installation of the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Rabbi
Sheldon X. Ever (far left) gate certificates of
merit to outgoing officers Yctta Shimskx
Heft, center), former Sisterhood president.
and Samuel Strahl Iright). president of
Aguduth Israel for 1975-6. At right Rabbi
Ever looks on as Judge Charles Xeustcin
(center) installs Barbara Weiner as new
/'resident of the Sisterhood.
Farbers, Samu-El to Receive Bonds Award
United Jerusalem Awards will
be presented to Temple Samu-El
and Rabbi and Mrs. Edwin
Earber at a breakfast celebrating
the tenth anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem on
Sunday, April 24. 10 a.m. The
event will be held under the
auspices of the Temple Samu-El
Israel Bonds Committee.
Rabbi Earber. a graduate of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary, serves as spiritual
leader of Temple Samu-El. He is
chaplain of the Miami Tzedaka
I-odge of B'nai B'rith and a
member of the Hillel Community
Board.
Mrs. Earber received a masters
degree in Jewish Education from
RABBI AND MRS.
EDWIN FARBER
the Seminary and was a pilot
teacher for the Melton Research
Institute. Rabbi Farber studied
at the Hebrew University for
sev eral years.
Maurice Donsky, chairman of
the Temple Samu-El Israel
Bonds Committee, announced
that a program of entertainment
will be headed by Danny Tad-
more, Israeli entertainment per-
sonality, whose vocal repertoire
includes songs in Hebrew,
Yiddish. English and Italian.
The committee, in addition to
Donsky, includes Marvin Baida.
president of Temple Samu-El,
Sol Brown, David Cann. Larry
Coulton, Manny Diner. Joe
Eleekop, Jeffrey I.iebson and
Lawrence Metsch.
Rabbi Hyman Fishman,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
David in West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David
Congregation in Miami, and
Rabbi Norman Nathan Shapiro
of Temple Zion in Miami, will
receive degrees of Doctor of
Divinity, honoris causa, at a
special academic convocation of
the Jewish Theological Seminar."
of America during the Rabbinical
Assembly convention at
Grossinger's. New York, on May
1.
Rabbi Fishman received his
bachelor's degree and his or-
dination from Yeshiva Univer-
sity. In his 27 years as a member
of the rabbinate, he served con-
gregations in Mobile. Ala.Tyler,
Tex., and West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Fishman is a member of
the Rabbinical Assembly, of the
national board of ORT. and of the
Rotary. He is on the board of the
American Jewish Committee and
of the Jewish Community Day
School, and serves as vice
president of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Rabbi Landau is a graduate of
Brooklyn College. New York
University, and Florida State
University. Before assuming the
pulpit at Beth David Con-
gregation in Miami, he served
as spiritual leader of con-
gregations in Cleveland.
Wilamette. Ill and New York
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Kol: Israel's Tourism Encouraging | Bay Harbor Bonds to Honor Feldman
Israel expects one million
tourists in 1978, Israel's thirtieth
anniversary year." it was an-
nounced today in New York, by
Moshe Kol. Israel minister of
tourism ''Anniversary
celebrations will commence on
Rosh Hashana (Jewish New
Year) in Septemberof 1977.''
Kol. in the United States
visiting the Ministry's North
American office and the Israel
Government Tourist Offices in
Toronto. Chicago and Los
Angeles, said that tourism to
Israel is at an extremely en
couraging phase. Thirty-three
percent more Americans visited
the country in 1976. and it is ex-
pected that a total of 900.000
tourists from all over the world
will visit Israel in 1977.
The influx of tourists has done
much to encourage hotel develop-
ment in the country, after a
freeze was put on government
loans for hotel construction in
1974. Kol mentioned that he had
recently given approval for con-
struction of three new hotels in
each of Jerusalem. Eilat and
along the Dead Sea shore and
also a luxury hotel in Haifa.
"In January the new Tourism
Services Law came into effect."
Kol continued. "The law protects
the rights of tourists and is a
great step forward in making
tourism to Israel more
sophisticated."
Mentioning the "open bridge"
with Jordan. across which
tourists may cross to and from
Israel. Kol said that he looked
forward to the day when tourists
can cross the Suez Canal and
make their way by land between
Egypt and Israel
Dropsie U. Friends to Hear Loker
LOKER
the friends of Dropsie Uni-
versity. Florida Division, will
convene for the group's annual
luncheon on Sundav. April 24, at
12:30 p.m. at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
Zvi Loker, the
Israeli ambassa-
dor to Haiti, will
be the guest
speaker. He will
speak on "Israel
Through the
Eyes of Its Am-
bassador."
Loker has held I
diplomatic posts
in Rome, Paris.
Bucharest. Geneva and
Belgrade. He was also ambas-
sador to Madagascar and
Mauritius.
Mrs. George Israel is the
luncheon chairman. Her com-
mittee members are Mr. and
Mrs. B. Abramson, Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Diamond. Mr. and Mrs.
William Freeman, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Gardiner, Dr. and Mrs.
Nathan Glover, Rabbi and Mrs.
Sol Landau, Mrs. Jesse LeVine.
Mrs. Joseph C. Lerner. Dr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Green. Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Moseson, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Rosen. Mr. and
Mrs Sylvan Schapiro. Mr. and
Mrv Benjamin Shindler. Mr. and
Mrs .lames Zallea. Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Komito and Mrs. Charles
Rohrlick.
Dropsie University, a non-
sectarian, non-theological grad-
uate institution, is dedicated to
Hebrew. Biblical and Near
Eastern studies. The Florida
Division raises funds for Dropsie
University Students Scholar-
ships Program.
FSCSI to Sponsor
AAU Boxing Bout
An All-Star AAU amateur
boxing card will be presented by
the Florida State Committee
Sports for Israel Saturday. April
16. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Convention Center.
Bouts will feature Golden
Gloves amateur champions in
three-round sessions.
All proceeds will go for ex-
penses for the United States
team to the tenth World Mac-
cabiah Games (World Jewish
Olympics) in Israel, where ath-
letes from 35 nations will com-
pete in July 1977.
Max Feldman has been named
to receive the United Jerusalem
Award at a Bay Harbor Salute to
Israel and Brunch. Sunday. May
1. 10 a.m.. in the Lancelot Social
Hall, it was announced by Bay
Harbor Mayor Ted Nelson,
honorary chairman of the Bay
Harlx>r-Israel Bond Committee.
Feldman. who was recently re-
elected to another term as a
member of the Bay Harbor Town
Council, w ill be cited for his years
of dedication and service on
behalf of the community,
numerous worthy causes and the
State of Israel. Mayor Nelson
announced
Feldman has]
been active ot
various Townl
Council commit-|
tees. including^
budget. insur-
ance and beauti-|
fication
On behalf off
the Jewish com-l
munity. he hasl
served as High-
Rise chairman
and building coordinator for the
Jewish Federation Bav Harbor
FELDMAN
Sinai Brotherhood
To Hear Liebman
Temple Sinai Brotherhood
President Jerry Jaffee has an-
nounced Seymour B. Liebman
will be the guest speaker at the
April 17 breakfast meeting
scheduled for 9:30 a.m.. Sundav
at Temple Sinai. North Miami
Beach.
Seymour B. Liebman is a long-
time resident of DadeCountv He
received his advanced degree in
history, magna cum laude. at the
University of the Americas and
taught there. He has travelled
and carried on research
throughout Latin America as
well as to England, France.
Spain. Portugal. Holland. Den-
mark, Norway, Sweden. Finland,
and Morocco. He is considered a
leading authority on the history
of the Jews in Latin America.
Liebman will draw upon his
background for a current, topical
presentation.
campaign and as a leader of the
Israel Bond drive in Bay Harbor
He is also active on behalf of the
American Mogen David. Sports
for Israel and B'nai B'rith.
Feldman is a member of the
Advisory Committee on Adult
Education of the Dade County
School Board and is a member of
the Role and Scope Committee
assisting the President of Florida
International University-
Heading the committee with
Mayor Nelson are Jack Kasdan.
Henry Roth. Ed Sabath and Eric
Zwerling, who serve as chairmen
of building-
Men's ORT to Meet,
Hear Rabbi Breeh
Greater Miami Men's ORT will
hold its monthly meeting.
Wednesday, \pril 13, at 8 p.m.
in the American Savings
auditorium. 12(H) Lincoln Road
Guest -peaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Saul H. Breeh.
Rabbi Breeh. who is chaplain for
the Greater Miami Men's ORT.
will talk on the Significance of
Passover There will be a ques-
tion and answer period following
the talk.
Leonard Zilbert. president,
and Dewey Knapp. general chair-
man, invite the public to attend
the meeting.
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City. Rabbi Landau has ,
lished several books ronc ^
Christian-Jewish relai
Jewish ethics II,. ,_ ,.,,
the Rabbinical AsseS^
American Association of Cnk/
sity Professors. Jewish U
Veterans of America and ,k
Adult Education Association
America.
Rabbi Shapiro graduated fn*
the University of Minni
was ordained by the J:,
Theological Seminary
America. He served
gregations in Toronto
Dallas before coming tn Tempi.
TLSeof?n ^ears aK Xrtic'bv
Rabbi Shapiro have appeared n
the Miami Herald. Miami Nt Southern Israelite, and ft*
Jewish Floridian Rabbi Shapiro
is a member of the Zionjfl
Organization of America, the
National Conference
Christians and Jews, thi
Miami Rabbinical Associate
and the Rabbinical Assembly He
served a- past president of the
Kallah of Texas Rabins
Forty-eight rabbis from
throughout the United States
will be honored at the Con-
vocation marking the seventy-
fifth anniversary ol the arrivali
the United States ol Solomon
Schechter, second president ol
the Seminary, and the tenth
anniversary of the Seminary, i
the tenth anniversary of t]
reunification of Jerusalem
According to Chancellor (ier-
son I). Cohen, the 1977 can
didales for the degree ol Doctor
of Divinity, honori
selected from among those or-
dained by the Seminary twenty-
five or more years ago. or from
among those ordained elsewhere
who have been members ol the
Rabbinical Assembly lor fifteen
years or more. and. having given
exemplary service to the
Seminary and to their com-
munities, have earned the right
to this distinction.
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r^rr
5versity Prexy Bestows Honors on Wise
,, 8. Wise, Miami
K Srmlist, educator.
Wl d philanthropist, was
K*L honorary degree of
K of Florida during cere-
Eat Gainesville recently.
n Robert Q Marston. pres-
Dr Rof the University of
I da rented Dr. Wise the
Kand read his citation.
Iji,k was the
Bond honorary
HmT bestowed
En Or. Wi>'
Bhin a nine-
Knth period.
Bar-Han Uni-
rsitv of Israe
Harded h"'1 tnt'
norary degree
I doctor
ilosophy in June
emonies conducted by
,,h ii. Lookstein, chancellor
iBarllan. in the presence of the
esident of the State of Israel.
[ill WISE was awarded an
Hnorary degree of doctor of laws
Furfnan University in 1973.
B was graduated, summa cum
from Kurman before
laming an MA. degree in
riologv and a Ph.D. in
Eiolofrv and political science.
Bih from Columbia University.
^Founding president and now
ancellor of Tel Aviv Uni-
Ksity, Dr. Wise is former
airman of the board of
Bernors of I he Hebrew Uni-
Brsity of Jerusalem, which is
iuiiatmg a sociology chair in
(' name
in umber 1975, the Govern-
:'t (ii Mexico for the second
iroed I'r Wise theOrder
the Aztec Eagle for his con-
imiiims in promoting cultural
entific relations between
HiAiiii.inil Israel.
Ilium in Pinsk, Poland, Dr.
nmhii\((] to the United States
Hlllr.lgrn!'.'!' He was associate
ol the Bureau ol Applied
IkijI Research for two year-- al
Blumlii.i I niversity, where he
ti'i was a lecturer in sociology
is v i-ii ing pro-
sociology at the
i'iiiii,i! University of Mexico
197-1 was appointed ad-
fcreenfield's Art
It Lowe Gallery
The paintings nl Israeli artist
t/hak Greenfield will be ex-
med in the l tilery ol Temple Beth Sholom.
ami Heath, from Monday.
>ril 11 through Wednesday.
ml 27,
The exhibition, '"Jerusalem
d Sephiron," contains two
ffoups of prints. The first group
insists of expressions of the In-
|r landscape of Jerusalem. The
ond group is based on impres-
ts taken from ancient Assy-
PJ and Babylonian cylinder
Pis from the collection of
|ddle East Art and
jcnaeology Department of the
ooklyn Museum. N.Y.
fenfield' born in Brooklyn.
["died art with Aba Ostrowsky,
["> Gross and Aimee Le
feiCe ft settled in 'srael in
|ere llved on tw kibbutzes
If!1?-*8."18 include the Dizen-
EL- .Award ,1966> and thc
P*nca-Iarael Cultural Foun-
fcu-tUdy Grant H961).
rwnfields one-man shows have
r presented in New York,
ES Calif- Venice
psalem and Tel Aviv.
MMDI Sets Lecture
ItUn nej(twmeetin8 of the
panel David Marcus Chapter of
P American Red Magen David
fS9 on Thursday, April 21
Lditn, Pm- at the Go,d Key
[Witonum. Johnny of Univer-
Icm ? wUI di8CU8s the
KbbL.0 artifcial flower
junct professor of political
sociology at Tel Aviv University.
IN 1939 Dr. Wise organized
George S. Wise & Co. and in 1955
the Inter-American Paper Corp..
both engaged in the manufacture
and distribution of newsprint. He
later built a newsprint mill in
Mexico, where he then lived.
Dr. Wise was among thc
founders of the Clal Israel Latir
American Development Corpor-
ation and served as its president
and chairman.
He also served as a member of
the Board of the Industrial
Development Bank (the RFC of
Israel), was chairman of the
Board of the American Israeli
Paper Mills. Ltd. at Hadera.
Israel, participated in the anti-
illiteracy campaign in Mexico,
which resulted in teaching close
to two million adults to read and
write, and has been a member of
the Board of Governors of the
Hebrew University.
From 1951 to 1955 Dr. Wise
was president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and during the same
period was chairman of the Board
of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, a worldwide news
gathering and distributing
organization.
FIVE YEARS ago the Faculty
of Natural Sciences was named
by Tel Aviv University, The
George S. Wise Center for Life
Sciences.
Dr. Wise served as president of
the Israel American Friendship
Society from 1970 to 1975 and
was president of the Israel Amer-
ican Chamber of Commerce from
1969 to 1973.
I)r Wise was awarded an
honorary degree of doctor of
philosophy by the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem in 195" in
recognition of his leadership in
building a new campus of the
Hebrew University.
In October, 1972. he was
awarded an honorary degree of
Doctor of Philosophy by Tel Aviv
University for his services to the
University. In the space of eight
years (1963-19711 he succeeded in
building a new campus for Tel
Aviv University at Ramat Aviv;
increased the student body from
1.200 to 15.000; increased the
faculty from 148 to 2.000;
developed nine complete faculties
and established over 30 research
institutes.
Workmen's Circle to Hold
Memorial for Six Million
A memorial for the six million
martyred Jews, and the thirty-
fourth commemoration of the
Warsaw (Jhetto Uprising will be
held Tuesday. April 19. 7:30 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum
Building. Miami Beach, spon-
sored by Miami-Dade District of
the Workmen's Circle, in co-
operation with Jewish Socialist
Farband, Friends of the Bund.
Social Democrats. USA
Greater Miami Chapter, and the
Jewish Labor Committee
Featured speakers will be
Rabbi Solomon Schiff and Joseph
Yanich. Southern regional
director of the Workmen's Circle.
Songs of the Holocaust and the
Resistance will be sung by Brach
Skulnick. accompanied by Sonia
Cross. Max Cileiberman. regional
secretary, will read from
literature created from Holocaust
experiences Memorial candles
for the six million will be lit by
survivors of the Holocaust.
Chairman for the evening will
be Charles Applebaum. chairman
of the Miami-Dade District of the
Workmen's Circle.
The public is invited to attend.
LZA Branch Sets Remembrance
"From Holocaust to Freedom
and Independence" will be the
topic of Dr. Zev Kogan at the
monthly meeting of the Chaim
Weizman Branch, Farhand-
Labor Zionist Alliance. Tuesday,
April 19,'at 7:30 p.m.
President Moe Levin said the
meeting will be held in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
1234 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, and will commemorate
Remembrance Day as well as
celebrate the twenty-ninth an-
niversary of the independence of
the State of Israel.
Rev. Saul H. Breeh. cantor of
Temple Beth Raphael, will con-
duct the traditional service. The
meeting is open to the public.
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m
HUD Undersecretary to Speak At
NHC Dinner to Honor Martin Fine
Jay Janis. undersecretary of
the Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) will
be guest speaker at a testimonial
dinner honoring Martin Fine, an
advocate of belter housing In
Florida, lo be held Wednesday.
April 27, at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors Hotel in Miami.
The dinner, sponsored by the
National Housing Conference,
with headquarters in Washing-
ton, D.C., is being held to honor
Fine, who will receive the 1977
Housing Man of The Year Award
for Florida
Cochairmen of the event are
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre.
Herschel Hank Green and Jay
I. Kislak. Vice chairmen are
Melvui .). Adams, William
Farkas, Morris B Fleissig. Irbye
G Giddens, Edward G. rrafton
and George W l.ubke
SPONSORS INCLUDE
l^onarti I. Abess. David Blum-
berg, Shepherd Broad. Fdward
J. Burke. Harry Cain. Alvah
Chapman. Stephen Clark.
Charles Cobb. Fdward Cohen.
Michael Colodny. Alec Courtelis.
Cal Covens. Nathaniel Dean.
Alexander J DeMarco. Walter
Ft ling. T. Willard Fair. Dante
Fascell. Jose Feito. George
Firestone. Michael N. Faulconer.
Thomas Ferguson. Joseph M.
MARTIN FINE
Fitzgerald. Anthony Fleming.
Roberta Fox. Michael J. Franco.
Lester Freeman. Thomas
Gallagher, the Rev. Canon
Theodore Gibson. Daniel Gill and
Flaine Gordon.
Also Jack Gordon. Rose
Gordon. Charles Gottlieb.
Wifredo Gort. Gerald Gould.
Robert Grant. Dan Greenberg.
Fdward C. ilaynes. John A. Hill.
Abel Holt/. Thomas Ireland. Gus
Jaeobson. Joseph Kanter. Paul
Kapelow. Steven Kapelow. Joe
Lang Kershaw. J. H. Konter.
Robert A. Koppen. Irving
Korach, George Korge, Barn
Kuien and Arthur Lazarus.
And Ronald I.ipton. William
Lockward, Bruce McDonald.
Donald W Melntosh. John Cvril
Malloy. Leonard Miller, Phyllis
Miller. Lyle Murray. Stephen
Muss. Lester Pancoast, Ted
Pappas, Alfred Browning
Parker, Dan Paul. Claude
Pepper, \aron S Podhurst, Jack
Pyms, Albert D. Quentel and
David Rich
AND BARRY Richard. Harold
Rosen, Mrs Lewis Rosenstiel.
Harvey Ruvin, Neil Schiff, Barry
Semet, Max Serchuk, Robert L.
Shevin. Paul Steinberg. Edward
T Sti'phenson. Richard Stone.
Robert H. Traurig. Robert Tur-
chin, Dr. Linton Tyler, Elizabeth
Virick, Mrs. Sidnev Weintraub.
S. A. Weisberg. Mitchell Wolf-
son. Sonny Wright and James E.
Yacos.
Tickets and tables of ten may
be obtained by writing Martin
Fine Dinner Committee, in care
of Jay I. Kislak, Miami, or
National Housing Conference.
Washington. DC.
Hebrew U. Friends Women's Division to Hold Luncheon
The Great.-; Miami Women's
Division of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem will hold a luncheon-
meeting on Thursday. April 21,
at 11 45 a m at the Montmartre
Hotel, Miami Beach
Lillian Kronish. president of
the Women's Division an-
ced that Shulamith Rabb
guesl >peah.
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Helen I.ipson. Esther Ponve. Lil- K Ell. Sybil Weitz. Ruth Platt.
Iian Simonhoff. Inez Krensky. Zelda Thau. Anna Brenner
Frances Beckerman. Frances Meyers, Stella Topol and
Kat/man. Helen Kat/man. Alvce Elizabeth Mint/
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Lenders of several South Florida B'nai B'rith lodges joi/J
recently in an extensive telephone effort for the l977Combinit
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Among the men takiJ
part in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation campaign utn\
(seated, left to right): George A'. Kotin. president-elect of tU
South Florida Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges: and Sam Pascot\
a past president of the Florida State Association of B'nai B'rui\
Lodges: along with /standing, left to right) Barr\ T Gurlani\
current president of the Florida State Association of fi'J
B'rith Lodges: and Dr. Mike Teitelbaum. immediate
president.

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at the Met-
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will be joined by past
presidents. Malvin
of Hollywood, Freda
and Marcia Kozlow of
uni Beach. Rose Schorr
of Hallandale. Bertha Green
ramarac and I
man of Saras and pa*
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shops and -
LeVine, :
will present a model pn ~'-~
Rose L Ti > I natijjjj
president, who recently f**
official visits to M
Petersburg, will n
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DR. SHELDON MARNE
- W / teased to ^Atnnounce
the Relocation of His Office For the Practice of
PODIATRY
To 1674 Meridian Ave Suite 104
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15. 1977
*Jenit fhriUir
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Sara Goldstein
is responsible for three million people.
Sara rhinks of rhe people of Israel millions of
Jews she's never mer os parr of her own family.
They live in rhe cities and border towns, immigrant
centers and universities of Israel.
Their needs are very much on Sara's mind.
Each day, they make tremendous sacrifices to keep a
2,000 year-old dream alive... they pay the highest
taxes in the world, live in overcrowded housing, face
rhe tension of holding off armies ren times their size.
It doesn't leave much for human needs. That's where
Sara comes in. Her job is to make the children of
Israel strong, to care for immigranrs, to enable the
aged to live in dignity.
Sara fakes her responsibility very seriously. So do the
millions of men, women and children who count on her help.
We Are One
One in Mind One in Spirit One in Purpose
Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal/Israel Emergency Fund *
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137. T^f
Phone 576-4000.


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Friday, April 15,
New Haggadah Question:
Why Was Passover Different?
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Continued from Page 1-B
invitation. I sold my chametz
and felt relieved about disowning
it all. And instead of redis-
covering the chametz every time
I opened my pantry during
Passover, I'bundled it all away
for the duration.
WHEN I found a few leftover
crackers in an apothecary jar, I
followed the commandment in
Kxodus 12:10 and burned them.
In all truth, they never really
caught fire. They just blackened
and singed. Hut for the first
Passover, I treated chamett
properly and enjoyed true
Passover peace of mind.
Thanks to Kabbi Sol Landau's
"Guide to a Meaningful Pass
over," my husband read a
remembrance ritual just prior to
Elijah's visit. The prayer, which
memorializes the victims of the
Nazi Holocaust, could not have
been more relevant than at
Passover.
As we marked "our"
deliverance from Egypt when
"we" were slaves therein, we
recalled the deaths of the
"blameless and pure, men and
women and little ones."
AFTER READING of
Pharaoh and "a tyrant more
wicked." I could only think of the
world's new bully on the block -
Idi Amin Dada. I thought of
death renewed and wondered why
we are not doing something
about him and his death
squadrons.
Are we so different from
Americans forty years ago? As
the ship St Louis sailed off
Miami Beach, its 900 passengers
pleading for help, so the rocky
ship of state in Uganda screams
for salvation. The angel of death
ha- not passed over Uganda, and
it only makes me wonder where
his next portal will be.
Yes, this Passover was dif-
ferent and it was a good dif-
ference. My awareness was
heightened. All my children are
able to participate in the seder
service and that increased my
pleasure.
MY AUNT and uncle, visiting
from New York, sat at my seder
table for the first time, just as I
sat at theirs all my growing-up
years.
Part of the pleasure o
Passover is the security ol
sameness, linking the years by
familiar rituals and traditions
Hut. within that context, my
husband and I draw upon both
our traditions and add new
rituals for our children to call
their own,
This PaSSOver was. indeed.
dilt.Tent for us because we came
a little bit closer to a spiritual
"next year in Jerusalem."
Bar-Ilan Dignitaries To Greet Rackman
Local and national leaders ol
Bar I Ian University, including
several founders of the in-
stitution of higher learning
located in Hamat (Ian. Israel,
will take part in a welcoming
reception Thursday evening,
April 21, honoring Dr. Kmanuel
Rackman.
I)r Rackman, rabbi of New
York City's Fifth Avenue
Synagogue, is the newly elected
president of Bar- Ilan, established
22 years ago as an American-
chartered university in Israel.
Thursday's reception, at the
Miami Beach home of Dr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Dauer, also will
celebrate the State of Israel's
twenty-ninth anniversary of
independence.
DR. DAUER. president of
Florida Medical Center and
Lauderdale Lakes Hospital, is
chairman of the Florida Friends
of Bar- Ilan University. He is also
chairman of the High Rise
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF
campaign and Greater Miami
chairman of the Prime Minister's
Club for State of Israel Bonds.
Among the founders of Bar-
I Ian who will take part in the wel-
coming tribute to Dr. Rackman
are Dr. George S. Wise, chan-
cellor of Tel Aviv University: Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Friend, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerrold Goodman: Mrs.
Ruth Y. Srhaffzin: Mr. and Mrs.
William Silverstein: Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Joffe: Mrs. Anne
Flax: Bernard Katz: and Mr. and
Mrs Samuel Reinhard.
With more than 7.000
students. Bar-Ilan has estab-
lished other campuses
throughout Israel and offers
graduate and undergraduate
degrees in law, education,
physics. chemistry, Hebrew
Literature and Talmud, sociology
and numerous other disciplines.
AMONG THOSE who will
greet him on his first visit to
Florida since his election as
president of Bar-Ilan University
will be Robert Russell of Miami
Beach, also a member of the
Jewish Agency Executive and
past president of the Greater
Miami Jewish FEderation.
Offices of Bar-Ilan University
have been established on Miami
Beach Gerald Schwartz is
executive vice chairman of the
Florida Friends of Bar-Ilan with
Mayor Harold Rosen of Miami
Beach honorary chairman.
National board members of
Bar-Ilan include Silverstein and
Harriet Green, president of the
American Zionist Federation of
South Florida.
Helping to plan a reception welcoming Dr. Emanuel Rackman,
new president of Bar-Ilan University, and celebrating the State
of Israel's twenty-ninth annive y of independence are these
South Florida community leaders. From left are Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Luria aw' and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer. The Dauers
uill />:<' a reception t which Dr. hackman will speak Thur-
sdi April 21, 1.1 their home in Miami Beach.
U. **f Miami Law Student
Named to Democratic Post
A 24-year-old University of
Miami law student has been
named executive director of Dade
County's Democratic Executive
Committee, Party Chairman
Mike Abrams announced today.
Paul D. Friedman, an 8-year
resident of Dade County, co-
ordinated 1976 Democratic "get-
out-the-vote" activities and was
campaign manager and later ad-
ministrative assistant for State
Rep. Roberta Fox (D., Miami).
Abrams said, "I expect Fried-
man to play a key role in the sig-
nificant strengthening of the
precinct organization and the
community reach of the
Democratic Party."
With a B.A. degree in govern-
ment from Franklin and Marshall
College in Lancaster, Pa., Fried-
man entered the University of
Miami's Law School in 1975 and
is now in his second year. Serving
as an assistant to U.S. Rep.
Claude Pepper (D., Miami).
Friedman worked on matters of
the House Select Committee on
Aging in 1975.
Friedman has also worked for
the City of Miami Beach's Park
and Recreation Department,
becoming recreation director at
Flamingo. Stillwater, and Nor-
mandy Isle Parks in 1971-73.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY T0RAH PORTION
Shemini
" These shall ye not eat of them the camel. the rock-
badger the hare the swine they are unclean
unto you" (Lev. 11.4-81.
SHEMINI On the eighth day of their consecration.
Aaron and his sons offered sacrifices for themselves and
the people, at Moses' command. Then Moses and Aaron
came out of the tent of meeting, blessing the people. The
glory of God appeared: a fire from Heaven consumed the
burnt-offering on the altar. At the sight, the people cried
out and fell on their faces. Nadab and Abihu. Aaron's
sons, offered "strange fire" on the altar: a fire issued forth
and devoured them. Aaron held his peace.
The priests are commanded not to drink wine or
strong drink when entering the tent of meeting "that ye
may put difference between the holy and the common, and
between the unclean and the clean (Levitcus 10.101.
The portion details the laws describing cleanliness
and uncleanliness in regard to the eating of animals, fowls,
and fish.
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and baseu
upon*The Graphic History o the Jewish Heritage," edited by P. Wollman-
Tsamir. $1$, published by Shengold. The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane New York. NY 10036 Joseph Schiang is president of the society
distributing the volume
North Miami Beach's Eden Isles greeted Rabbi Solomon Schiln
Heft I last week, who appeared on behalf of t he 197 Combinta
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Leading :
effort for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation among buildiuk
n sidents is Chairman Milttin Samuels (right/.
Chairman Michael Rechler, leading the 1977 Combined Jetrii
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund drive at Surf side I I
joined Cochairman Dave Schlesinger (rightI in honoring Hamlil
Kurlan for his dedicated community service through tk\
Greater Miami Jewish Federatiot
Kraines AV. Green leld Lecturer
Oscur Klines, aufh. of The
ImfK i/tfa. i/i He of Israel? will be
the ,i.: -.r it the Green-
field Lecture series at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami this
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Dr. Kraines, who will address
himself to the problem of the
nationality issue in both Israel
and the Soviet Union, is a
sociologist and administrator. He
taught political science, public
administration and public law at
the undergraduate and graduate
schools of New York University
for 23 years, served as fiscal
administrator of the U.S. War
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Department and other govm
ment positions, and is theautta
of a number of books on Israel!
government and politics.
In addition. Dr. Kraines istie
author of Congress and tk
Challenge of Big Covernmm
and the World and Ideas of'fmrj
Freund as well as a contributor
many journals on constitute
law, Jewish law and jurist.*
Jewish history, ideas and
stitutions.
JWV Auxiliary To
Hold Meet Thursday!
Jewish War Veterans Lam
Auxiliary. West Miami I
hold its first meeting of thenewj
installed admini>iration
Thursday. April 21, 8 p.m. aiUj
home of Tanya Levine. Miami
Auxiliary President Thelo
Potlock will welcome P<
speaker Rose Schorr
national president
T.V. Programs
Sunday. April 17
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TVCh.lO-9:30a.m.
Host:
Rabbi David Shapiro
Sunday, April 17
"Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TVCh. 7-10 a.m.
Host:
Dr. Joseph Narot
Guests:
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Topic:
"Jewish Religious
Publications"
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15, 1977
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Miami Hadassah Groups Set Calendar
oria Frioilman, president ot
[h;Sn^ Chapter of Hadassah
ia Friedman, president of
G'r ^ Chapter of Hadassah
CPfo0rfAh;n. Stings, which
ans
|0r some groups
officer elections.
will include
third
jtfASS&Si*
hold its
n the Recreation
d m of the Summit Apart-
JS Proceeds will benefit the
SSLah Medical Organization.
Ka Butter is in charge of the
aucSn. Harriet Shapiro is
preside01
Aviva members, along with
members,
es(
wl "A
hinds,,,l ,.,,, wij^w.
Service As-
Theater. This
in the home of
Friedman on
play entitle
Make." a Family
jociation ol \nu-nca production
performed by the workshop of_the
Players Repertory
event will be held
Gloria and Harvey
Monday, April U at 8 p.m.
Maria Millheiser is president of
Aviva
Ben Gurion will feature two
speakers from the Miami Chapter
a, its Monday, April 11 meeting.
Mildred Paul will discuss life
membership in Hadassah and
Roz Soli/ will talk about living in
Israel. President Mimi Dicker-
man has announced that the
meeting will be held at 1 p.m. at
the SorinCommunity Center.
Albert Einstein members will
meet on Monday, April 11 at
12:30 p m. at Washington
Federal. Sylvia Eisenberg will
present a Passover Musicale and
sing-along Rriana Tecosky is
president ol Albert Einstein
group.
Ima will hold an Eye Bank
meeting on Monday. April 11 at 1
p.m. at the .lade Wind Towers.
Ann Ackerman will review World
of Our Fathers. Sylvia Rivchun is
lmo's president.
Judea will hear the Washing-
ton Federal Senior Citizen Or
chestra at their meeting on
Tuesday, Vpril 19, at noon.
President Gladys Kliegman
announced that the meeting will
be held in the Moorings Con-
dominium Recreation Center.
Kndimah will hear World of
Our Fathers reviewed by Hester
Kapelow at their meeting on
\pril 2.i President is Yvette
liminiann.
kl.n Vgam, Miami Chapter's
roup, will meet at the
( 'lull nt Miami mi
\pril II, at 1 p.m.
Jean Stemlieb an-
ed that the meeting will
debate on the Equal
\mendmenl
Kinneret will learn "How to
Yourself" from FBI
Peter Fleitman, at their
ng on Tuesday April 12 at
p.m According t<> Presi-
lent Adeline Hausman, the
g will be held at 'Temple
Samu- El.
Masada's president. Belle
Meyers, announced that a film
The Story of a Dress" will be
featured on April 25, 12:30 p.m.
at \\ ashington Federal. This film
will deal with the Alice Seligs-
berg School in Israel.
Mayim will celebrate the
twenty-ninth anniversary of
Israel in a play presented by
members. According to President
Eleanor Osheroff, the group will
meet in the Rose Room of Point
East at 12:30 p.m.
Menoiah is planning a Judaica
Program for their meeting on
Monday. April 11. at 11:30 a.m.
at the Coral Gables Junior
Women's Club, according to
President pro-1em Libby Liss.
Naomi will have a Fun-Night
on April 11 at 8 p.m. Husbands
are invited to hear a Barbershop
Quartet, Lemon Yellers, and to
join in an Ice Cream Social.
Loretta Morris, president, an-
nounced that this meeting will be
held at the Summit Apartments.
Ramah's meeting will feature a
Did You Know That .?" pro-
gram, produced by Sylvia
Mather and Flossie Abrahams at
their meeting to be held on
Monday, April 11, at noon in the
auditorium of New Horizons.
Gert Lissauer is president.
Rolling Green will hold a White
Elephant Sale on Monday, April
11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A
regular meeting will be held
during 12:30 to 2 p.m. According
to Mollie Fierson, president,
proceeds will benefit Mt. Scopus
Hospital.
Eleanor Roosevelt will hear
Natalie Lyons, education vice
president of the Miami Chapter
of Hadassah. during their
meeting on Monday, April 11. at
noon. President Rose Sarrow.
announced that the meeting will
be held at the Marlen
Auditorium.
Sabra will meet on April 12 at
7:46 p.m. in the meeting room of
the Don Carter Bowling Alley.
President Ellen Billingsley an-
nounced that Lennie Glide of the
State Attorney's office will be the
guest speaker,
Shalom will hear Hester
Kapelow review World of Our
Fathers on April 18at 12:30p.m.
at First Federal Savings and
Loan, ('lair Moscowitz. presi-
dent, said that refreshments will
lie served.
Shira will meet on Monday,
April 11, at 12:30 in the Roman
Gardens recreation hall. Irene
Binder is president. Hester
Kapelow will be the guest
speaker on the subject of Soviet
Jewry.
Bonnie Soltz-Yaffa will meet
on April 19 at the Andor Plaza
Building. F.llie Kramer, member-
ship vice president of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will speak
about life membership. Betty
Drachman is president.
Torah will highlight World
Jewish Child's Day with a
musical program featuring
Lillian Conrad, soprano, accom-
panied by Ann Goldstein.
President Dottie Spector an-
nounced that the group will meet
on Monday. April 11 at 12:30
p ni at Temple Zamora.
Chaim Weizmann will meet at
Temple Anshe Kmes on April 1 I,
at 8 p.m. Harriet Green, presi-
dent of the American Zionist
Federation will be guest speaker.
Daisy Feder is president.
Sohara will hear Sylvia 1'att
review Remarkable Women of the
Scriptures, by David Schlepps,
during their meeting on Monday.
April 1 1 at First Federal Savings
and Loan. Ella Jay is president.
Pioneer Women Set Observances
Observances of Yom Hashoa
(Holocaust Day) and Yom
Haatzmaut (Israel Independence
Day) will highlight meetings of
chapters and clubs ot the Pioneer
Women Council ol South Florida
during the next several days.
Kinneret Chapter of Pioneer
Women will observe Yom Hashoa
Sunday. April 17, at a 12:30 p.m.
meeting scheduled in the civic
auditorium of Washington
Federal Savings and Loan
Association, 1133 Normandy
Dr.. Miami Beach.
Hyman Berland and Jacob
Gorelick will conduct the meeting
in memorial to the six million
Jews killed during the Nazi exter-
mination campaigns in Germany
and throughout Europe before
and during World War II.
Rita Adoff. president, said the
meeting is open to the public.
Chai Chapter of Pioneer
Women will celebrate the twenty-
ninth anniversary of Israel's
independence with a Yom limit;
maul meeting Friday. April 15,
at 12:30 p.m. at Financial
Federal Savings and Loan
auditorium. ~.r>,r> Washington
\ve Miami Beach.
A selection of Israeli songs will
be presented by members of the
Labor Zionist Movement, and
the general public is invited with
no charge. Refreshments will be
served, according to Ida Koval-
sky, president ot Chai Chapter.
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer
WOmen will salute Israel's birth-
dav at its monthly meeting Wed-
nesday. April 20, at 12:30 p.m. at
Washington Federal's civic
auditorium. 633 NK 167th St.,
North Miami Beach.
Dora Cohen, president, said
refreshments will be served, with
admission open to the general
public. Aviva Chapter has mem-
hers from throughout North
Dade and South Broward
counties.
Gen Uri Hen-Ari, consul general of the State of Israel in
" York, addresses more than 1,200 persons a, the annual
the Pioneer Women Council of South
Lookin ; on at the event, which raised more than
Women's Labor Zionist Organization of
Neu
Donor
luncheon of
king
$r,0,000 for the
America arc Harriet Green (left), president of the Pioneer
wZnen Council, and Felice Schwartz, vice president of Council
and arrangements chairman for the luncheon^___________________
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Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood members on the "Lipschitz Through
the Ages" Committee are (standing from left) Helen Snyder
and Diane Vnger and (seated from left) I.enore EUes and Richie
Knobel.
Beth Torah Sisterhood Sets Agenda
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
present "Lipschitz Through the
Ages," a fashion show and revue.
Sunday evening. April 17. at 7:30
p.m. in the Synagogue Social
Hall.
'Twenty men and women will
model fashions from Young
Sophisticates and 'The Male
Image.
'The script is an original skit
written by Izzy Abrams. who
also acts as narrator for the
revue.
Participating in the show and
in the cast is Dr. Max A. Lip-
schitz.. Other performers include
Steven Breslow. Artie Finleger,
Al Flias, Larry Friedman, and
Ben Steinman. Candi Scott will
sing parts of the show.
Chairpersons for the evening
are Lenore Flias. Rickie Knobel
and Diane Unger. Fashions for
the men were coordinated by
Helen Snyder.
The event includes a buffet
following the show. For tickets
and additional information
contact the business office at
Beth Torah Congregation.
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth 'Torah Congregation will
celebrate Israel's Independence
Day at their general meeting.
Wednesday evening. April 20, at
8:15 p.m. in the Synagogue
Social Hall.
It will be an Israeli Night with
Israeli entertainment, refresh
ments, exhibits and merchandise
from the Sisterhood Gift Shop on
display, according to Sisterhood
President. .ochelle Baltuch.
'The meeting is open to the
community and additional in-
formation can be obtained at the
Synagouge office.
'A Chorus Line' To
Open Here Tuesday
"A Chorus Line,'' winner of
the Pulitzer Prize, New York
Drama Critics Circle Award
and nine Tony Awards, will be
produced by Zev Bufman
Tuesday. April 19. at 8:30 p.m..
at the Miami Beach Theatre of
the Performing Arts.
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Friday, April 15, 1977
mm women a
HADASSAH
SAIL It
IS
S\1H MBKIKV
Add Their Salute
Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah Crown of
Giving Luncheon
To retom its pre-eminent position the Hadossoh City of Science ot Em Karem ond Mt
Scopus must hove the most highly specialized, the newest, often one-ofo-kind
equipment required throughout the international scientific community
These range from the unique Betatron, of which there are o limited number in the world,
to indispensable, complex and sophisticated tools for reseorch and heoling Included ore
items like body scanners, mobile X-roy units, computer and sonic equipment essential
for Hadossoh s existent and exponding services and installations
, 1977 at the
Left to Right: Louella Shapiro. Gloria Friedman. Helen Weisberg. Jean
Feinberg, Gus Menu. Bernice Tannenbaum. Charlotte Wolpe. Elaine
Ellish. Blanche Kominsky.
Left to Right: Alfred Fruchtman. Shirley Fruchtman. Sarah Glass. Ida
Frank. Edna Brod\.
Left to Right Morris Silverberg, Mary Silverberg, Peggy Weiss, Edwin
Marcus. Rose Marcus. Bernice Tannenbaum. Betty
Joseph Kestenbaum. Dora Silrerman. Rose Steinhard.
Kestenbaum.
Left to Right: Arthur Pos, Mae Pos, Sarah Colodney, Ida Wernick, Ber-
nice Tannenbaum, Sol Baras, Davida Coleman, David Coleman.
Left to Right: Frieda Tobey, Dorothy Birnbaum, Annette Harris. Betty
Appelbaum. Gertrude Feulner. Bernice Tannenbaum, Laura Wernick,
Sylvia Minion, Irving Minion.
Left to Right: Sonia Donowitz, LilMartel, GussieJanis, Lit Simon. Ber-
nice Tannenbaum. Bessie Becker. I. E. Tabis. Mary Lebowitz.
Left to Right: Godfrey Percll. Florence Barth. Bernice Tannenbaum.
Millie Mintus. Lee Shave. Sol Shave.
Left to Right. Hostesses: Zelda Thau. Betty Kestenbaum, Gus Mentz,
Louella Shapiro. Henrietta London. Bernice Tannenhaum. National
President. Jean Feinberg. Chapter President.
Left to Right: Nat LaTuchie, Laura LaTuchie, Bernice Tannenbaum,
Nat Tannenbaum, Henrietta London, Irving London, Sarah Kramer.
Left to Right: Jean
. Feinberg. Sidney Winakoff, Beatrice Winakoff.
Bernice Tannenbaum, Jean Harrison, Harry Harrison.
rii'iioH.
Hadassah contributors of $1000 and over, who attended Major Gifts Cocktail Party


Friday. April 15. 1977
*Jenit> fhrktian
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Imanu-El to Hold Luncheon
Annual Spring Petite Lun-
of the Sisterhood of
Kmanu-El of Miami
tech and of the Parent-Teacher
..,,, f the Lehrman Day
School and the Temple will be
cheon
Tempi'
,\s-0.
h,l,l v\ ednesday, April 20. at
n,n in t he Friedland Ballroom
Dr Irving Lehrman will install
officer8 of the two organizations,
J^ntag to Kathy Schwarz.
Chairman of the day.
* \ musical program featuring
^is Yavnieli, a soprano with the
srael National Opera, and
Shumel Kershko. Israeli com-
poser and conductor, will share
the spotlight.
Judy Uffnerhas
been nominated
M gerve .mother
term as president
0f Sisterhood.
Other officers se-
el, ,1 by the
nominating com-
ma i,.e include
Mr-. Irving
Lehrman. honor-
ary v ice
deni. an<
H
K*
pre8i. UFFNER
Mrs. Robert Rezark.
Levy. Mrs. Lester Mishcon, Mrs.
Stephen Sonson and Mrs. Myron
Susman, vice presidents.
Other members of the slate
include Millie Mintus. financial
secretary; Yetta Rosenkrantz,
board secretary; Sylvia Kurland,
treasurer; Mrs. Morris Kirsch-
ner. recording secretary; Mrs.
Hal Kaye, corresponding sec-
retary; Mrs. Meyer Levinson.
membership secretary; Mrs. Sey-
mour Seldin. assistant member-
ship secretary; Mrs. Elliott
Harris, social secretary: Mrs.
Louis Hauser. historian; Mrs.
Richard Schwarz. chaplain; and
Mrs. Jay Dermer. parliamen-
tarian.
Members of a Past Presidents
Advisory Board nominated
include the Mrs. Leonard
Abramson, Mrs. Benjamin
Beloff. Mrs. E. Allen Becker.
Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mrs. Jack J.
Falk. Mrs. George Goldberg,
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs. Ber-
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K. Kaplan, Mrs. Alexander
Kogan, Mrs. Al Podvin. Mrs.
Harry Rogers, Mrs. Richard
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Reservations mav be made at
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To Meet Thursday
The monthly meeting of the
Ladies \uxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, South Dade Post
778 will be held on Thursday
ig, April 14 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth Am.
I dull Novins, president, will
report on the auction to be held
oil Su iday evening. May 1 at
7 .'in p.m. in the Social Hall of
Temple Beth Am.
The auction committee con-
sist-- ol \limi Becker. Lillian
Brown and Evelyn Clein. Bob
Weaver will act as auctioneer.
Delegates will be chosen
short 1} to represent the Auxiliary
al the Department of Florida
convention to be held at the
Carillon Hotel the weekend of
June I
ORT to Auction Art
Dade South Region of
IV i n's A merican ORT
i>. \ii ion lor Rehabilitation
through Training) will hold its
annual art auction at King's Bay
Irj (Tul) on Saturday. April
Ifi r p m.
I hings, paint ings, and
iphs by Dali, Levier,
Renoir and Picasso have been
obtained by Ronnie Heller, chair-
man ol the Auction Committee.
\m American Corporation
"i North Miami Beach.
eeds Will benefit the Seven
^. Projects of ORT.
Menorah Sisterhood
To Hear Book Review
The Sisterhood of Temple
Menorah will hold a meeting in
the i rimson Room of the Temple
on April 20 at noon.
Anne Ackerman will present a
book review.
Tickets may be obtained by
contacting Trade Berkey or the
k Temple office.
Israel's Birthday
Program Planned
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun of North Miami
Beach, will celebrate Yom Haatz-
maul (Israel Independence Day)
on Wednesday, April 20 at 7:30
p.m.
The Temple Youth Choir and
Cantor Ian Alpern will entertain
with the "Song of Israel."
The meeting will feature officer
elections and an Israeli buffet
dinner prepared by Sasson
Cohen.
i Hadassah Lunch Set
The I. R. Goodman Group of
Hadassah will hold its Eye Bank
luncheon Sunday, April 17, 12:30
p.m., at Hadassah Headquar-
Miami Beach.
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Friday, April 15, 197"i
Hebrew U. Friends to Honor Zev Bufman
JWV 223 to Hold Installation I *m
In recognition of his> dedication
to the education of Israel's youth
and in appreciation for the
contribution he has made to the
Greater Miami area. Zev Bufman
will be honored by the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
at a fund-raising dinner, April
27. at the Diplomat Hotel.
Proceeds of the dinner will
establish The Zev Bufman
Scholarship Fund which will aid
needy, gifted and deserving
students at the Hebrew Univer-
sity of .Jerusalem.
Herbert Buchwald. president
of the Greater Miami Chapter.
Otto Stieber, president of the
Hollywood- Hallandale Chapter,
Dr. Stanford I Kuvin, president
of the Palm Beach Chapter and
Morris M. Messing. Florida
State chairman, announced that
Bufman will receive the Hebrew
University's Torch of Learning
Award.
Judge Jason Berk man. co-
chairman of the dinner, said that
ZEVBUFMAN
Hufman's "lite is a source of
inspiration.'' Born in Tel Aviv,
Bufman joined Israel's under-
ground during World War II He
was later imprisoned by the
British; became a first sergeant
during the Palestinian-Israel
War and served as a first
lieutenant in the war following
Israel's statehood.
As producer of the Miami
Beach Theatre of the Performing
Arts and the Parker Playhouse in
Fort Lauderdale. Bufman has
brought culture to the Southeast
Florida area, commented Harold
Rosen, mayor of Miami Beach.
His theatrical credits include
"Vintage 60." co-produced with
David Me rick: "Marat de
Sade," for which he received
several Tony Award
nominations; and 'Your Own
Thing.'' which in 1967. received
the New York Drama Critics
Award for Best Musical. He
received two Tony Awards for
"Story Theater.'' and "The
Magnificent Yankee. starring
James W hit more, was chosen as
l he John F. Kennedy Center of
the Performing Arts Bicentennial
Production for the entire month
of July, 1976.
Workshops Set for Wednesday
Judea. Bet Breira and the
A program of education work
-hop- designed for women, on
contemporary issues, will be held
at Temple Beth Am on Wednes-
day April 20 beginning at 9:30
a m
Jewish Women in a Changing
Societj II" offers workshops on
marriage. children. aging
parents, career retraining and
human sexuality. A staff of
professional women will conduct
the workshops and give sum-
maries of each at the luncheon
which follows
Jointly sponsored by the
Sisterhoods of Temple Beth Am.
National Council of Jewish
Women, the educational morning
is chaired by Rosetta Bierman of
Temple Judea. Susie Cook of the
National Council of Jewish
Women. C.erri LegOW and Fran
Schrieber of Temple Beth Am
and Marline Lev y of Bet Breira.
WOrkshop leaders include
Marian Zitinsky, Joan Levy,
Fran Schreiber. Judy Miskin.
Sally KolitZ, Joan Bornstein.
Sonia Cohen. Dorothy Hutchik
and Sima Lesser.
\ttendance is by reservation
onlv
Kinnereth to Sponsor Art Show
On Sunday evening. April 1",.
the Kinnereth Men's Club will
present a show and sale of
original graphics from the
C.ordon-Craig Collection and the
Graphic Image Gallery in New
York
The art show, which will beset
up as a gallery-tvpe showing, will
contain signed and numbered
works all originals.
The evening will run from 7 to
11 p.m. with a formal talk and
demonstration at 8 p.m. to
explain methods used by the
artists
The art show will be held at
Congregation Kinnereth. Miami
Lakes
Dr. Fred Rosner, a New York
physician and medical
educator, has been named to
receive the third Maimonides
Award of Wisconsin. He will
accept the aicard at a public
ceremony i Milwaukee on
Tuesday. April /ft The aicard
is presented by Mt. Sinai
Medical Center and the Wis-
consin Society for Jewish
Learning.
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The West Miami Post and
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War Veterans, will hold a joint
installation on Sunday, April 17,
at 11:30 a. m. at the DDAV Hall,
Hialeah, according to Joseph and
Shirley Achtman, installation
chairmen.
Sidney Pollock, a member of
Post 223, and presently serving
as first junior vice commander of
the Department of Florida, will
retire Post Commander Stanley
Gold and his officers for 1976-77
and install the officers for 1977-
78.
New officers include Man-in
Herman. commander: Ralph
Stern, senior vice commander;
Michael Kauffman, first junior
vice commander: Sidney Aspler.
second junior vice commander;
John Saks, adjutant: Norman
Burman. quartermaster: Stanley
Gold, judge advocate; Milton
Cohen, chaplain; Lester Rosen-
berg, first year trustee; Joe
Witten, second-year trustee;
Aaron Slachter, third-year
trustee; Sam Grossman, officer
of the day.
Elayne Uhr, junior vice
president of the Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary will be
the installing officer and will
retire the present President Mrs.
Murray Mittler and her staff.
She will then install the new
President Mrs. Sidney Potlock
and her officers for 1977-78,
including Mrs. Murray Mittler,
senior vice president; Mrs.
Marvin Herman, junior vice,
president: Mrs. David Burrows,
treasurer; Mrs. Norman Levine,
chaplain; Mrs. Martin Bomse,
conductress; Carol Goodman,
patriotic instructor; Gail Pales,
historian; Kva Koch, guard: Mrs.
Joseph Achtman. trustee; Mrs.
Norman Burman. trustee; Mrs.
Abe Isgar, trustee: Mrs. Sam
Grossman, recording secretary;
Mrs. Jack Pales, corresponding
secretary.
Past Department President '
Lee Rubin, and Past Post Com-
mander Abe Isgar. will sene as
mistress and master of
ceremonies.
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Page 1IB
r Mitzvahs
Circle Branch To Observe Holocaust Day
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FwOLPSON
Jert I-u ward
[WOLFSON
(Edward Wolfson, son
L Mrs Richard Wolf-
| Bar Mitzvah
Beth Moshe n April
is eventh grade
| mi Country Day
| on the Hack.
team. He is
uestri
I :- also a student
ludaira High
(h, iests attending
litzvah will be Robert's
irothei Peter.
. |! Wolfson, the
mal grandparent
Cri> Levine and Mr--.
I the celebrants
grandparents will also
ill Mrs Richard Wolfson
the Oneg Shabbat and
in honor ol their son's
Ivah
K EDWARD ZYMET
Edward Zj met. son oi
Zymet, will observe his
Ivah .ii i ln> Beth Torah
at ion on Saturday. April
l)r Max A. Lipschitz.
leader of the Congre-
|onducting the service.
ischitz will charge
Irith entrance into the
vish community and will
[him with a prayer book
the Mollie Kahaner
kkI ol Heth Torah.
a tifth grade student at
irah's Harold Wolk
School, is also a
irade student at John F.
lunior High School.
nines include stamp
; and electric trains.
Ian g honor, his mother
isor the Kiddush follow-
Brvices.
lit ion to chanting the
i. Allan will also conduct
i of the Shabbat services.
I guests will include Mr.
Nat Kallmanof Hallan-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis
If New York City.
SAMUEL NORMAN CURTIS
Samuel Norman Curtis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtis will
be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. April 16 at
9 a.m. at Temple Adath
Yeshurun. North Miami Beach.
The celebrant is a student in
the Hillel Community Day
School and is in the seventh
grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtis
will host the Kiddush following
th services in honor of the oc-
casion.
ELYSE ANCHELL
Klyse Anchell, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Barry Anchell. will be
called to the Torah as a Hat Mitz-
vah at Temple Sinai of North
Miami Heach on Saturday, April
16 at 10:3(1 a.m.
DEBORAH ANN
ROSSMAN
Deborah \nn Rossman,
daughter ol Jack Rossman and
Sandi Kogan ill be called to the
Torah as Bat Mitzvah on Friday,
\l>nl 15 at 8:15 p m at remple
Adath Yeshurun, North Miami
Beach.
The celebrant is a student in
the Haj Class at Temple \dath
Yeshurun Religious School and is
active in the Youth Choir and
Young Judaea there
She attends John I'. Kennedy
Junior High School and is in the
-.eventh grade She has been
consistently named to the Honor
Roll
Special guests will include
Deborah's grandmother, Mrs
Rose Schreidell. and Syd Robin
and Heth Reuben, cousins from
Huntingdon Woods, Mich.
ADAM LOCKE
Adam, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jerold Locke, will be called to the
Torah on the ocassion of his Bar
Mitzvah at 11:15 a.m. Saturday.
April 16, at Temple Judea of
Coral Cables.
JEFFREY AND JASON
RITTENBERG
Jeffrey and Jason Rittenberg,
twin sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Rittenberg, were called
to the Torah as Bar Mitzvahs on
Saturday, April 19 at Temple
Sinai of North Miami Beach.
BONNIE LANE
Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Lane, will celebrate
her Bat Mitzvah on Saturday.
April 16 at 10:30 a.m. at Temple
Sinai, North Miami Beach.
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In observance of the thirty-
fourth anniversary of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and
Yarn Hashoa Holocaust Day,
English Speaking Branch 1059 of
The Workmen's Circle will have a
special memorial meeting for the
Six Million Dead, featuring a
film, "The Warsaw Ghetto,''
narrated by Theodore Bikel. at
an open meeting which will take
place Saturday. April 16. 8 p.m.
in the community auditorium of
the Normandy Isle Branch.
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1133 Nor-
mandy Drive. Miami Beach.
The public is invited to attend.
Monty Hall 'Makes Deal'
With Israel Tennis Center
Monty Hall will serve on the
Executive Committee of the
Israel Tennis Center, according
to Harold Landesberg of
Philadelphia, the Center's inter-
national chairman.
On retiring after a run of 14
years as emcee of Let's Make A
Deal' television show, Hall is
committed to the development of
tennis as a major spurt in Israel
The Israel Tennis Center has
established public courts and
opened its first tennis complex in
Ramal Hasharon (outside ol Tel
\\ i\ i in April 1976.
Mainl\ for boys and girls aged
I to IT. the tennis complex at
present has i.i all-weather courts,
sealing tor 1.200 spectators.
dressing rooms, snack bar.
medical office and a bomb
shelter.
NOW UNDER construction to
complete the Ramat Hasharon
Center is the 5,000 seat Canada
stadium, a 8500.000 gift oi
Canadian Jewry and lour ad-
ditional courts.
Hall will also serve as cochair-
man of the Southern California
region for the Israel Tennis
Center. He joins Chairman
Harold Benjamin of Beverly Hills
and Cochairman Fred Cowan of
Los Angeles.
In addition to his career as a
radio and television commentator
and emcee. Hall has been in-
volved in sports, especially
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tennis and golf, since his student
days at the University of
Manitoba where he lettered in
tennis, golf, soccer and basket
ball. For many years he broad
casted New York Hanger hockey
games, as well as boxing, wrest
ling and international soccer.
HALL HAS been in show
business starring at Las Vegas
hotels, guest starring on "The
Odd Couple.'' "Love American
Style,.....I'he Flip Wilson Show''
and with Dean Martin.
He has performed for countless
charities, serving on the boards
of B'nai B'rith ADL. Israel
Bonds. Los Angeles Jewish
Federation, Cedars-Sinai Hos-
pital and many others. He was
Israel Bonds 1976 "Man of the
Year" and received the 1975 ADL
award.
Hall said that he became in-
terested in the program of the
Israel Tennis Center when he saw
the Center in Ramat Hasharon.
"If you are interested in sports
and see hundreds of kids, bet-
ween 4 and 17 years of age,
learning to play tennis at no cost,
you have to get involved. It is a
beautiful sight and it does so
much for Israel in terms of
quality of life, tourism and family
recreation," he said. "It's one of
the first normal things that has
been given to Israeli youngsters,
and I wanted to be a part of it."
Hall will join the Israel Tennis
Center trip to Israel on April 28.
He will assist in the dedication of
the Canada stadium and will play
on the courts he helped to
provide.
Concert Set For
Israel's Birthday
Al Lefkowitz. president of the
Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Oranization of America
(ZOA) has announced that a
special concert dedicated to Yum
Haalzmaut, Israel's twenty-
ninth year of independence, wdl
be held on Monday, April 18 at
the American Savings & Loan
Association, 1200 Lincoln Rd.,
Miami Beach, beginning at 1
p.m.
Hadassah to Meet
The Mazel Group of Hadassah
will hold its installation of of-
ficers at the Beau Rivage Hotel,
Bal Harbour, on Thursday, April
28 at 7 p.m.
The meeting will feature a
dinner-dance. Outgoing
President Therese Bavly will be
by incoming President
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the Workmen's Circle.
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*Jenist> tkridian
Friday, April 15, 1977
Business Notes
Religious Directory
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION,
995 SW 67th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Zvi
Raphaely. (1)
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
S & L Opens Three Branch Offices
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION
SW 19th Ave Conservative.
2533
Atlantic Federal Savings &
Loan Association has, within the
past several weeks, opened three
branch offices bringing to 33 the
number of locations serving
Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.
Two of these offices are in
Broward; one in Holiday
Springs, 8010 Sample Rd., Mar-
Levitt, Tait Team
Up for New Firm
Ronald Levitt, president of
Ronald Levitt Associates, Coral
Gables, and Stan Tait, president
of Stan Tait & Associates,
Tallahassee, have formed a
separate public relations firm
Levitt-Tait Associates to
represent Florida corporations,
associations and government
agencies in statewide public
information and public awareness
programs.
The firm's headquarters will be
in the RLA Building, Coral
Gables, along with the Tallahas-
see office.
gate, and the other in the Dip-
lomat Mall, 1551 E. Hallandale
Beach Blvd. Atlantic Federal
opened its sixth office in Dade at
19840 NW 2nd Ave.
Atlantic Federal, having
assets over three-quarter billion
dollars, is headquartered in Fort
Lauderdale.
Boulevard Names
Shochet Director
Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
The Jewish Floridian, has been
named a director of the
Boulevard National Bank, ac-
cording to Joseph H. Kanter,
chairman of the board.
He joins Jorge Bosch,
president of Bacardi, and Robert
Russell, head of Russell-
Anaconda Aluminum, on the
board.
TEMPLE BETH AM"""*-
5950 N. Kendall Dr.
467-5587
Dr. Herbert Baumgard, Senior Rabbi
Friday Eveninq Service 1:30 u.m.
Dade County Baptist-
Jewish Dialogue
Rabbi Baumgard will officiate
Guest Speaker:
Or. Conrad Willard
will discuss:
"How Are We to
Re-inspire a Personal Faith"
1701 Washington Avenue
53t-2503
Conservative
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adter
Late Friday Services 8 30 p m
Dr. Lehrman will discuss:
"The Lesson of
the Holocaust"
Saturday Morning Service-* a.m.
At 10:30 Dr. Lehrman will discuss
The Weekly Portion
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 183
NE 8th St. Conservative Rabbi Paul
Bender (51)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE 310 SW 62nd
Avt Conservative Rabbi Max
Landman (47 B)
(BETH EL TEMPLE 1351 S 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e.
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll (45)
4601
Rabbi
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BET BREIRA CONGREGATION.
10755 SW 112th St Liberal Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff (3 A)
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. (4 A)
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW 120th
St Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Lipson. (4 B)
BETHKODESH-
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1700 Michigan Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaig. (23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION 715 Washington
Ave Orthodox Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melamed. (23 A)
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION 154-
Washington Ave Orthodox Rabbi
TsviG.Schur (32)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE
Arthur St Conservative
Morton Malavsky Cantor
Gold (46)
SINAI TEMPLE 1201 Johnson St
Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro.
(65)
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St
Liberal Rabbi Robert Frazin (47 C)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE
GATION. 400 S Nob Hill Rd Liberal
Reform Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr (64)
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12th Avenue
851-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Friday Early Services6 p.m.
Saturday Morning 8:45 a.m.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss:
"We Are Free"
Daily Minyon for Yahrzeit
Observances 7:45 a.m. A 6 p.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr Orthodox Rabbi
Gross (25)
2400 Pine Tree
Alexander S
American S&L to Display Coins
BETH TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW 8th St
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubel
(8)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE. 5445
Collins Avenue, Conservative
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Engel. (26)
KNESETH ISRAEL 1475 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif (271
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Abraham Korf (67)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St (69)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW
Conservative Rabbi Avrom
Cantor Abraham Kester (48)
SYNA
35th St
Drazin.
National Coin Week will be ob-
served by American Savings at
its Oceanside office on the corner
of Washington Avenue and Lin-
coln Road, Miami Beach, from
April 11 through April 15.
A coin display featuring
almost a thousand individual
pieces valued at over $50,000,
will be on view to the public from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily during the
week.
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 7600
SW 123rd Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. ISA)
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling Cantor
JackLerner. (36)
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)
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
South Florida's Pioneer
Reform Synagogue
137 NE. 19th St. Miami
573-5900
Dr. Joseph Narot, Senior Rabbi
Services Every
Friday at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Brett Goldstein
will discuss:
"Where Was God in
the Canary Islands'
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh. (32 A)
DEERFIELDBEACH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE.
Century Village East Conservative.
Rabbi David Berent (62)
MARGATE
BETH HILLELCONGREGATION 7640
Margate Blvd Conservative Cantor
Charles Perlman.
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE llth Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morris A Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renzer (49)
CORALSPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR 2151 Riverside
Drive Reform (44)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE 8th Avt Conservative Dr
Carl Klein (12)
OHEV SHALOM
Orthodox Rabbi
man (80)
7055 Bonita Dr
Phineas A Weber
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft
Street Conservative Rabbi Sidney I.
Lubin (63)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias. (31)
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg Cantor Hyman Lifshin
OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th St
Conservative. Rabbi Sherman Kir
shner Cantor P Hillel Brummer. (13)
Moe Levin Heft), chairman of the Labor Zionist Alliance-Bond-
with-Israel Luncheon held recently at the Konover Hotel, joins
in the presentation of the David Ben-Gurion Award to Mr and
Mrs. Jack Filosof, honored at this occasion. With them
ISRAEL SOUTH TEMPLE (formerly
Beth Tikva). 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. (13 A)
NORTHMIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative.
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor lan
Alpern (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19255
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jacob I
Nislick (33 A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER. 2972
Aventura Blvd, North Miami Beach
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
man
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 SI Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 A)
are
MrsnM^rLUevinar'Ner 'S SAMUEL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
Ave., Second Floor. Conservative.
Rabbi Edwin P. Farber. (9)
Rd
N.
14040
Carl Rosenkoff, president, presents Sam Freed member of the
executive board of the Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida with the first payment for a room in the Kupat Holim
Alan King Diagnostic Center in Jerusalem. The room is being
sponsored by the David Ben Gurion Culture Club as one phase
of the organizations activity in behalf of the health, education
and social service program of the Histadrut in Israel. Others in
photo are Aron Fainman, first vice president and Eva Good-
man, financial secretary.
ZION TEMPLE. 8000 Miller
Conservative Rabbi Norman
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. (16)
MIAMI LAKES
KINNERETH CONGREGATION
NW 58 Ct Conservative.
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative (15)
NORTHMIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkle, Rabbi Emeritus
Cantor Moshe Friedler (35)
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaim
ovits. (32 B)
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
18801 NE 22nd Ave
Ralph P Kingsley
Shulkes (37)
NORTH DADE.
Reform Rabbi
Cantor Irving
YOUNG ISRAELOF.
HOLLYWOOD
3291 Sterling Road
791-2200
Rabbi Moshe E. Bomzer
Services: Friday 6:25 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m., Sunday a.m.
Daily 7:30a.m. and 5:45 p.m
Saturday Sermon Topic
Rabbi Bomzer will discuss:
"Israel Independence-
Growing Up At Twenty-nine"
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Dov
Bidnick (38)
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rabbi ZevLeff. (39)
CORALGABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
Miller Drive Traditional and Liberal
Services Rabbi Sanford H. Shudnow
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N Ever
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat
Cantor Sheila Cline. (40)
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. (5)
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. (18)
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer
Cantor Jack Rubin (41)
ci iBctinF
MOGAN DAVID'CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. (50)
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OFGREATERMIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla 33137
576 4000 Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Executive Vice President.
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 33131
379 4553 Rabbi Sanford Shapero
Director.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach,
Fla. 33162 947 6094.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
______Executive Director.
BETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 154S
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)
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Gale (left) were the recipients of the Israel
Solidarity Award at a Salute to Israel and Breakfast held
recently at the Del Prado Auditorium. At right are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wilder who served as chairpersons of the event.
Joey Adams (center), humorist and author, who was guest
speaker at the event, lauded the participants who "spearheaded
the fine outpouring of Bond purchases. More than $100.000 in
Israel Bonds u-pre purchased.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION 935
Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Israel
M. Tropper. Cantor Henry Fuchs
BETH YOSEPH
GATION 843
Orthodox Rabb
(22 A)
CHAIM CONGRE
Meridian Ave
Dow Rozencwaig
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St
Conservative Rabbi Dr Abraham i
udcobs.on.i2; EL)
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Aa
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph Bislon. 166) '
JERUSALEM -
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LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICEi
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
TnthTcircuitcou RT
IN AND FOR
ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FaL JURISDICTION DIVISION
->e NO. 77-5708 CA-01 (07)
NOTICE OF ACTION
KKN DISCOUNT COMPANY,
[intdf.
: ,,. ASTRO, and FRANCES
I
endants.
: DEFENDANTS:
do Castro and
,._ < 'astro Maldonado
lomlnlO LagUM Gardens 1
~Hment l-L
ll'erdc Puerto Rico, 00913
, \kk HEREBY NOTIFIED that
.plumed suit to foreclose a mort-
I n filed against you In above
Making to foreclose a
. jpon the following property
I in oade County, Florida
.....n (111, Hlork Twenty i20i.
IAS A NT VILLAGE, Plat Hook
' Six i M i al Page Six (61 ol the
,( Record! of I'ado County.
riii.i and twochalra, living room
radio, record player, two
television, three lamps, four
refrigerator, sewing
bhlne, stove, clothes washer.
| Iryer, three beds, three
| Irawers, four dressers
, are required to serve a copy of
answer or other pleading on
itiffa' attorney, Elliot L Miller, al
street. Miami. Florida,
j on or before the 29th day of April.
[if vein fall to do so default will be
id against you for the relief
jided m the Complaint,
ed this 23rd day of March. 1977.
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
fcuit Court Seal I
Mar 25; Apr 1,8. 15,1977
notice of action
3nstructive service
(no property)
jthe circuitcourtofthe
Eleventh judicialcircuit
of florida, in and
for dade county
Civil Action No. 74-39745
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\E The Marriage of:
HKI.EINK ALEXANDER WAT
Petitioner,
rv.i WATSON.
Respondent.
| ltd Y.I WATSON
outhweal 69Terrace
\li.inn Florida
"I \I!K HEREBY NOTIFIED that
I foi Dissolution of Marriage
: d agalnsl you and you arc
I ei ve a copy ol your written
anj to II on RICHARD G
|NBKKci attorney for Petitioner
addn la RS8B Sunset I IrB e
I Miami Fla 88113, and file the
a :'!: 111.' clerk ill the ahovc
I before May 9 1977;
. default will be entered
the relief demanded In
ii petition.
hall be published nine
erutlve weeks In
H IFI.ORIDIAN
^ hand and the seal ol
Florida on this 23
I'.177
HARDP BRINKER
\ Clerk ("in nit Court
i 'ounh Florida
B) \ A Hewetl
\- I leputy Clerk
i I iunberg
i 'etltlonei
I HIV. Suite 180
ami Florida
Mar 25; Apr I, B, 15, 1977
flNTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
1ITH JUDICIALCIRCUIT, IN AND
I FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
^ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 77-221 Division 24
NOTICE OF ACTION
HID V STATE CONSTRUCTORS
if INC .
alnliff,
IILIPR i MSTEAD.etal,
I,int
SANDRA a ROEDERand
UILROEDBR
Resident e t nknown
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that an action
i Mortgage on the following
"petty in Dade Count) Florida
-7 BISCAYNE GARDENS,
section F" PART I. aa recorded
I Book II. at I'age 4li. of the
Public Records of Dade county.
Florida
1 II filed against you and you are
I d t" serve a copy of vour written
1 i, it any, to it on MARVIN I
I P.A., Plaintiff's attorney, whose
Iddress is 12550 Blacayne Boulevard,
f N Miami, F'orida 33181. on or
Kfore Ma>' '3th, 1977. and file the
Klglnal with the Clerk of this Court
lither before service on Plaintiff's
Ittorney or Immediately thereafter.
otherwise a default will be entered
1 1 you for the relief demanded in
flic Complaint.
WITNESS mv hand and seal of this
pburton April 8th, 11177
RICHARDP BRINKER
cierk of said Court
ByN. A Hewett
as Deputy Clerk
|Cucint Court Seal
Apr 8. 15.22.29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
I undersigned, desiring to engage In
husmess under the fictitious name of
PLANT FARE at 14979 S Dixie High
IJ Miami. Fla. 33158 Intends to
1 said name with the Clerk of the
''in nit Court of Dade County, Florida
RUBIN ZIMMERMAN
Apr. 8. 15,22.29, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
husmess under the fictitious name of
"BIG I" Sunny Isles Chevron. Inc at831
Sunny Isles Boulevard. In the City of
North Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
I lated at Miami. Florida tins 7th dav
of March, 1977
SUNNY ISLES CHEVRON INC
Ira Epstein, President
DAVID M GERSTEN
Attorney for Applicant
1060 Spring Garden Road
Miami. Florida33136
Apr 8, 18 22, 39, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QI\ EN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
husmess under the fictitious names ol
ABBY BUILDING and ABBY
MEDICAL BUILDING at number 960
Arthur Godfrey Road, in the City Ol
Miami Beach Florida, intend to
register the said names with the Clerk
of the circuit Court 01 Dade Count)
Florida
Dated al Miami Beach, Florida tins
4th dav of April 1H77
II LORNE PEARSON
DAVID RANSEN
RICHARD, GROSS A LICHTERM W
Attorney for Applicant
605 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla S8189
588 6344
Apr 8, IS. 22. 29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BRENTWOOI) REALTIES at number
960 Arthur Godfrey Road, In the City of
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Hated at Miami Beach. Florida, this
41h day of April. 1977
H. LORNE PEARSON
DAVID RANSEN
RICHARD. GROSS* LIGHTERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
60ft Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
538-6344 Apr 8. 15. 22. 29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIA EN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
AETNA \\ IATIon at 9795 South Dixie
Highway, Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the clerk of the
Cm nit Court ol Dade Count) Florida
HOWARD REEGLER
GERALD SI1.\ ERMAN
Utomey for applicant
3110 Roberts Building
Miami Florida 33130
\pi 18 22 29. 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77 10295
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriagi ol
NORM \N FIGI EREDO
Petitioner Husband
and
VDELFA FIGl'EREDO,
Respondent w Ife
TCI ADELFA FUJI EREDO
Resldem eand \ddress 1 nknown
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
an action for Dissolution ol Marriagi
has been filed agalnsl you and von an
required to serve a 1 opy ol vour written
defenses II any. to it on Antonio 1
Pineiro ii attorney for Petitioner,
whose addn H DO, VNTON A
PINEIRO, 1647 SW 27th Avenue Miami,
Florida :::tnr>. and file the original with
the 1 lerk of the above styled court on or
before May 13 1977; otherwise a default
will be entered agalnsl you fortherellel
demanded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive w eeks 111
THE IEWISHFLORIDI \N
WITNESS m) hand and the seal ol
said court al Miami. Florida on tins 1
da) ot April. I!'77 ......
RICHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk, Cln ult Court
Dade County Florida
By M J Hartnett
\ 1 leputy clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
Antonio.I Pineiro it
AGUDO, ANTON It PINEIRO,
1647 SW 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida83148
Telephone (8051854 2648
Attome) lor Petitioner
Apr 8. 15, 22, 29. 197.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the '''"''',".'* "^'vs'
CONTEMPORARY Fl RNITI RE SYS
TEMS at 4850 NW lB7th Street, Miami.
I 1 :t;uil4. intends to register said
.....-with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
,.. 11 ,.1. 1 "ountv Florida
MICA INNOVATIONS INC
Mar 25. Apr 1.8, 15.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
husmess under the fictitious name 01
1 mo\ COMMERCIAL at 687 SW S
Avenue Miami. Florida. Intends to
register said name w ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Honda.
FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ
M \\ A OOLDFARB
Attorney for Francisco Rodriguez
19Vt Flagler Street, Miami. Fla
Telephone: 371-2538
Mar 25; Apr 1,8, 15. 19.7
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter 678, Florida Statutes
Annotated 1 1941 1 Warehouseman and
Warehouses Receipts wherein ABBOTT
MOVING (. STORAGE CO a Florida
Corporation by virtue of Its warehouse
liens has in Its possession the following
deat ribed property
Household Goods as the property of
S (iOI)BEF. whose last known
address was 51] NW 48th St.,
Miami, Fla and that on the 2 day of
May 1977 during the legal hours of
sale mainly between 11 III forenoon
and 2 00 In the afternoon at 2136 NW
24Ul Avenue. Miami. Fla the nil
deratgned shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash in hand the
ahovc described property of s
GODBEE
1 lated at Miami. Florida this 31 da) ol
March
Apr s. 15, 11177
NOTICE OF
WARE HOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\ EN that b)
virtue ot chapter 678, Florida Statutes
Annotated 119411 Warehouseman and
Warehouses Receipts Wherein \BBOTT
moving ,v STORAGE CO a Florida
corporation by virtue of its warehouse
hens has in its possession the following
desi ribed property
Household (ioods as the propertj ot
sgt RONALD B HKINKli'ii
whose last known address was HHB
31st Street A D A Homestead. Fla.
33080 and that on the 2nd dav ol
May, 1977 during the legal hours of
sale mainly between 11 00 forenoon
and 2 00 In the afternoon al 2136 NW
24 Avenue, Miami, Fla.. the under
Signed shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash In hand the
above described property of Sgt
Ronald B. Helnrich.
1 lated at Miami. Florida this 31 day of
March. 1977.
Apr 8, 15. 1977
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 74-1994
DIVISION 37
IN RE: Estate of
HYMAN MOLLEN,
NOTICE OF HEARING
TO: ALBERT BERNARD MOI.I.EN.
a k a ALBERT MOLLEN.
a k a ALBERT BERNARD, and,
if married. "Jane"' Mollen. a k a
lane'' Bernard. first
name being fictitious. and
his. hers and their heirs, devisees or any
and all persons ;uid parlies claiming by,
through or under them and am and all
creditors, claimants, persons or parties
h.u Ing any Interest or claim against the
Estate of Hy man Mollen Deceased
vi 11 \i;k ni iTiKii.i 1 thai a hearing
on the Petition to Sell Real Property
described as follow b
Condominium 1 nit 11 ol TALL
TREKS Condominium, located al
16468 nk 22d Avenue North Miami
Beach Florida, Inclusive ol an un
divided sin percent Interest in the
1 on.mini elements, together Ith
the furniture, furnishings and brlr
a brae therein contained.
: .1 b) MILTON MOLLEN I
Estate ol HY M VN
\K h.i.fn Deeea I shall be heard b)
the Honorable Frank B Howling ludge
oi the Circuit Court in and for 1 lade
Count) Pi obate I >B islon Florida on
May 16, 1977, at 10 30 a m in hi
Chambi re located In the Hade count)
Courthouse 73 w Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida
I HEREBY CERTIFY thai a true and
correct cop) ol the foregoing pleading
a a mailed to Iris M lloiirdeau.
Caveatoi 2028 NE 168th Street, North
Miami Beach, Florida, this 30 day of
Man h, 1977
LAW OFFICES OF
GEORGE I TALI \NoFF
Attorneys for
MILT" in Ml ILLEN, Executor
130 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33136
ByTERRENCES SCHWARTZ
Apr 1,8,18 22, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN ili.it the
undersigned desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
iii:i T \ TR M'lNG. al BOO NE 25th SI
Miami Flo 33137 intends to register
a ni name Ith the clerk of the Clrcull
Court ol Made County. Florida
MAIN RAMOS
Mar 25; Apr 1 H 15, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Colombo APPLIANCES al 11621 SW
|83rd St Miami. Fla intends to
register said name w Ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
JOHN.I SOI.IS
Apr 8, 15.22.29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
ANA MARIAS BEAUTY SALON at 33
sw 22nd Avenue. Miami. Fla 33188
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Hade
CountV, Florida
\NNA MARIE BARCEI.o
Apr 8.15. 22. 29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
M HICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name ni
RFMI DESIGNS at 8604 SW 103rd
Avenue Miami. Fla Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
REMI DESIGNS. INC.
Apr. 8. 15.22,28. 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 77-9660
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
PAUL \RMAND LEVASSEUR,
Husband
and
MARGARET FRANCES LEVASSEUR,
w |fe
TO MARGARET FRANCES
LEVASSEUR
6543 New Market Way
Raleigh, North Carolina 29706
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action lor Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
del, uses If any to it on IRA I'O/.KN
ESQl ire, attorney for Petitioner
whose .iddress is Suite .'His 9200 S
Dadeland Bivd Miami, Fla 38156. and
file the original With the clerk of the
above styled court on or before May 6,
IH77 otherwise a default will be entered
against you tor the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand anil the seal ol
said court at Miami, Florida on this 30
dav of March, 11177
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By g s Carile
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
POZEN&GOLD. PA
508 Dadeland Towers. North
9200S Dadeland Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33156
Attorney for Petitioner
Apr. 1, 8. 15. 22. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FARC CO at M Seventh Street, Miami
Beach. Fla 33139 intends to register
said name with theClerk of the Circuit
court of bade countv Florida
ROSE TABASHNICK
Apr B, 15, 22, 29, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GI\ EN thai the
undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name ol
MERCY M Ml GARRA D B A
FANTAS\ JEWELERY BOUTIQUE at
117113 Collins \venue. Miami Bench Fla
Intends lo register (aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
Countv Florida
MERCY M Ml i. IRKA
\pr 18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 77 1399
DIVISION ISIJudqe Nesbittl
i\ RE ESTATE l 'l-
\I.ICI-: DEI.ANF\
I (e< eused
Ni (TICK OF Al iMIN I II: VTTON
TO Ml. PERSI INS HAVING CLAIMS
i n; DEM WDS Ai : VINSTTHK ABOVE
I I \TK \NI' \l l.l il'lll l: PERSI INS
INTERESTED IN Till K I Nil:
YOl \i:k HEREin Nl IT1FIED thai
the administration ol the estate ol
ALICE I IELANE\ dei eased. File
Number 77 1399, is pending In the Clr
cud Court for DADE County, Florida
Probate Dlvlsloi Ihe address of which
West Flagler Street, Miami
Florida I3i Tl pel sonal
representative ol Ihe estate is CLYDE
M.n KKN/IK. w.....Nil ess Is 548
29th Street Oi ean Marathon, Florida
The name and Biklless ul the personal
representative's attorne) are set forth
below
All persons ha\ ing claims or demands
against the i date are required,
WITHIN THRI l- MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
I'l BLICATION OK THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk nl the above court a
written statement ol any claim or
demand they ma> have Each claim
must lie in writing and must indicate the
basis tor the claim the name and ad
dress of the credltoi oi his agent or
attorne) and II i amount claimed If
the claim Is not yet lue the date when II
will become due shall be stated if the
claim is contingent oi unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the lain: is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall dellvei sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one i opy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copv ol this Notice Of
Administration has I.....n mailed are
required, within three months
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
I'l BLICATION oh' THIS NOTK to
tile any objection.-, the) may have thai
challenges the validity of the decedent
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS Nor so FILED WILL
BEFOREVERBARRED
Date of the firsl publication of this
Notice of Administration Friday. April
8. 1977
I CLYDE MacKENZIE
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of ALICE DELANEY
I leceaseil
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
PHILIP MEDVIN
1032 Alfred 1 duPonl Building
Miami Florida 33131
Telephone: 379 7(515
Apr. 8. 15. IK77
" INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77 2237
Division Frank B Dowling
,N RE: ESTATE OF
SAMI EI.KATZ.
I i.ceased
NOTICE OFADMIN1STRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
or DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
YOL \RE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration oi Me estate of
s WD Kl KATZ do, eased r lie
Number 77-2237, Is pending in the Clr
cull Court for i lade < 'ountv Florida
I'mbate Division the address of which
i- 73 West Flagler Street, Miami
Florida The personal repreaentatlve ol
late is Hi:I EN KATZ. whose
address is 2830 Falrgreen Drive. Miami
Bea< h Florida 331 hi The name and
address ol the pel mal 11 presentatlve a
attorne) n re '
All persons having claims or demands
against the i late are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Fl hi It'ATlON OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk ol the above court a
written statement ol any claim or
demand they mav have E.n h claim
must be In writing and must indicate the
basis tin the i lalm Ihe name and ad
dress ol the creditor oi bis agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
Ihe claim is not yet due the date when it
will become due shall be slated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, Ihe
nature of the uncertainty shall be
staled If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
ol the claim t" the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy lo each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
IM'BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedents
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the fir publit .ttlon ot this
Notn e of Administration Aprils. 1977
HELEN KATZ
As Personal Representative of the
BstateofSAMI EI.KATZ,
I leceaaed
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTAT1X E
CYI'EN A NEVINS
-... \rtliur i lodfre) Ro.nl
Miami Beai h Flondii
Telephone 532 t7'-'i
Apr g, 15 1H77
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO. 7 7 10371
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Main.ii.....!
I.I /, MALI \ MOI KN
II \ROLI IO MOR \N
TCI II \ROI.I io Mill:
Ion i I on
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
;,,, action toi Dissolution "i Marriage
you and you an
i, i|uu ei to -i rve .i opj of \ oui written
to it on Harvi
I- ,i. dn .hi Esquire, attorne} foi
petitioner whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Riiad Suite 392 Miami Beach Fla
.mil file the original with thei lerk
ot the above -iv led i ourl on or before
m.iv ii 1977: otherwise a default will be
i agalnsl you for the relief
demanded In th.....mplaint or petition
VVITNI Hand and the seal ol
wild i ouri al Miami. Florida on this i
d.i\ ol April 1977
LK'II \RDI' BRINKER
\. Clerk Cln nil < 'ourl
I lade County. Florida
By w illle Bradshaw Jr
\. i leputy Clerk
iC'ln uit ('ourl -'
\|c 1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO. 77 10709
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage ol
I VMESETTAG M5TON,
Petitioner w ife,
anil
STEPHEN \ G \ST"N
Respondent Husband
TO STEPHEN \ GAS TON
IBI45 Muirland
I letnut Michigan 18221
Viil \RK 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 II any to it on cease &
CEASE, attome) for Petitioner whose
address is 2720 W Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33185, and file the
original with the clerk ol the above
styled court on or before May 13, 1H77.
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 m
THE JEWISH FLORIDI \N
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court al Miami Florida on this 1
,\.,\ ot April. 1977
R1CHARD1' BRINKER
Is Clerk. Circuit Court
i lade County, Florida
By M I Hartnett
As I leputy Clerk
I ':ri lilt Court Seal i
CEASE ,< CE \sf
l>7l'ii Wesi Flagler Street
Miami Florida .'13135
Rhone 642-5231
At'omey for Petitioner
Apr 8. 15.22.29. 1977


^JewiitifhrkUari
Friday, April 15, 1977
LEGAL NOTICES
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE. NO. 77 9288
NOTICE OF ACTION
V MELVIN MORRIS, RITA
MORRIS. AARON M MORRIS.
30-Partners. d / b / a MORRIS
INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP,
i partnership.
Plaintiff.
vs-
I. W. MARTIN, If alive, or If dead or
ncompetent. all heirs, beneficiaries,
jersonal representatives, or persons
lokllng through him. and his wife.
-----------MARTIN. If married, and If
Ulve. or If dead or Incompetent, her
lelrs. beneficiaries, personal repre-
lentatlves. or any persons holding
hrough her.
Defendants.
TO:
J S\ MARTIN. If alive, or If dead
or Incompetent, all heirs, bene-
ficiaries, personal representatives,
or persons holding through him, and
his wife,-----------MARTIN, if
married, and If alive, or If dead or
Incompetent, her heirs, bene-
ficiaries, personal representatives,
or any persons holding through her.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
o Quiet Title To the following property
n Dade County. Florida:
Uits 53 and 54, Block fi. tmended
Plat of MIAMI SUBURBAN
ACRES, according to the Plat
thereof recorded In Plat Book 4,
Page 73 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida
las been filed against you and you are
equired to serve a copy of your written
lefenses. If any, to It on AINSLEE R.
FERDIE. Plaintiff's attorney, whose
iddress is Suite 21S. 717 Ponce de l.eon
boulevard. Coral Gables. Florida 33134
in or before May 6, 1977, and file the
)rtginal with the Clerk of this Court
ither before service on Plaintiff's
ittorney or Immediately thereafter:
>therwlse a default will be entered
igalnst you for the relief demanded In
he Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
his Court on March 24, 1977
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By: M. J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal) Apr i,8, is. 22.1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77 1994
Division n> (Nesbitti
INRK Estate of
ALFRED BERM AN
I lecesised
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
To ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE IND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
voi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
the administration of the estate ol
ALFRED BERMAN, deceased. File
Number 77-1984, is pending in tin- Cir-
cuit Court tnr Dade County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
1- Srd Floor, Dade County Courthouse
7S Wesl Flaglei Street Miami, Florida
The personal representative of the
estate Is FLORA BERMAN whose
address is 1770NE ISlsl Street, Apt 501,
. North Miami Beach, Florida The name
;uirt address ol the personal repre-
sentative > attorney are sel forth below
All persons having claims or demands
igalnsl the estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
l"HE DATE OF Till-: FIRST
I BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
lie with the 1 lerh of the above 1 our) .1
vrltten statement ol an) claim or
lemand they may have Bach claim
nust be In writing and musl Indicate the
>aaU for the claim, the name and ad-
tress (il the creditor or his agent or
Ittorney. and the amount claimed 11
.he claim Is mil yet due. the date when it
A-ill become due shall be stated If Ihe
.-lalm Is contingent or unliquidated. Ihe
nature of the uncertainty shall be
itated If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described The
-lalmant shall deliver sufficient copies
if the claim to the clerk to enable the
lerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
iurisdlction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
LEOAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-8*28
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ROSARIO PUJOL MORALES. Wife
and
ARMANDO MORALES, Husband
TO: ARMANDO MORALES
Residence t 'nknown
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 DANIEL M
KEIL, attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 58 East 5th Street. Hlaleah.
Florida. 33010, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on or
before April 25, 1977; 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 18
day of March. 1977
RICHARDP DRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByM.J. Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
Daniel M. Kelt
58 E 5th Street
Hlaleah. Florida 33010
Tel: 883-8600
Attorney for Petitioner
Mar 25; Apr. 1. 8. 15, 1977
fNTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 77 5213
NOTICE OF ACTION.
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
GIL-FLEX RENTAL,
A Division of FlexiVan leasing.
Inr a New York Corporation
Plaintiff.
GARRETTSYSTEMS INC
a Florida Corporation, and
JAKE GARRETT,
1 lefendanl
TO GARRETT SYSTEMS, INC.,
A Florida Corporation
Residence unknow n
vi 11 ark NOTIFIED thai an ai tloi
for damages has been died agalnal yot
and you are required to serve .1 copy ol
your written defenses il any, to it on
WEPM W \M> WEPM IN P A .
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
2701 South Bayshore Drive, Suite No
809, Miami. Florida 33133, on 01 before
April 28th, i77. and file tin- original
with the Clerk of this court, either
before service mi Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded m theCompiam!
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
i null mi March 18, 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk nl the < milt
By N A Hewetl
\- I leput} Clerk
Mar L'.r>. Apr 1. 15, 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name "i
MT AIRY ASSOCIATES at 420 Lincoln
Road, Suite 235. Miami Beach Florida
33139, Intends to register said name uiih
the Clerk nl the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
GERARDS ABRAHAM
FREDERICK ZEIGER, ESQUIRE
IL'ii I .Incoln Road. Suite 238
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
_________ Mar 25; Apr 1. g, 15, 1977
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April 15. 1977.
FLORA BERMAN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of ALFRED BERMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
A. JAYCRISTOL
21 NE 1st Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: 306-379-1792
Apr. 16. 22.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
auslness under the fictitious name of
APEX ROOFING, at 646 NW 60th
itreet, Miami. Florida. Intends to
-eglster said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
R. H. RDVDLEY ROOFING CO., Inc.
By E. H BINDLEY, Pres.
toatora H. Kramer. P.A.
ttoraey far R. H. ay
rCa.,lae.
Apr. 1.8.18, II. 1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: 77 8753
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
(CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE)
NO PROPERTY
IN RE: The Marriage of
ARILSUAREZ,
Petitioner-Husband,
and.
GLORIA 8UAREZ,
Respondent \\ lie
TOO, GLORIA SUAREZ. residing at
102 WASHINGTON AVENUE HO
BOKEN. NEW JERSEY, 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 answer or pleadings on the
Petitioner attorney. EDWIN A
WILLINGER. 209 LlncolnDrexel
Building. Miami Beach. Florida 33139
and file the original with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida on
or before April 29. 1977. otherwise a
Default will be entered against you. for
the relief demanded In the Complaint or
Petition.
Dated March 21,1977
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
by Willie Bradshaw. Jr. D.C
(CIRCUITCOURT SEAL)
_______________Mar. 26; Apr. 1.8.15. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATES NO. 1 at
Suite 8-M. 407 Lincoln Road, in the City
of Miami Beach. Florida, intend to
register the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Dated at Miami Beach, Florida, this
10 day of March, 1977.
DAVID FINS
MELHOWARD
JACK CALDERON, Trustee
GARY P. COHEN
Attorney for Applicant
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33189
Mar. 18. SB; Apr. 1.8.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names
MIKE BALZANO'S RESTAURANT.
COPERNICOS RESTAURANT at 250
NE 183rd Street. North Miami. Florida
Intends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
VIA VENETO. INC., a Fla. Corp.
260 NE 183rd Street
North Miami. Florida 33182
Mar 25: Apr 1.8, 15, 1977
IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-20006 SPOS
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
CHARLES D. HENNE88Y
1'laintlff.
vs
BERNARD BARNES, d b a
BARNES ENGINEERING CO..
Defendant
TO: Mr Bernard Barnes
d b a Bames Engineering Co
14891 NE 20th Avenue
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for collection of monies due and owing
on a written instrument, to-wit: Chattel
Mortgage, has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
WOLF and SCHONINGER. PA.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
Suite 702, Dadeland Towers, 9300 South
Dadeland Boulevard, Miami, Florida,
33156, on or before April 22,1977, and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorneys or immediately thereafter;
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 (41 consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on March 17. 1977
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk, County Court
Dade County, Florida
By Ellinore Krupku
As Deputy Clerk
I COUNTY COURT SEAL I
Mar 25; Apr 1,8, 15, 1977
43-Year Resident, Godfrey Newman Dies
Godfrey K. Newman, 63, a
retired Miami Beach attorney,
died Sunday morning, April 10.
A resident for 43 years, Mr.
Newman came here from New
York in 1934. He began prac-
ticing law after graduating from
the University of Miami in 1940
and retired in 1963.
He was a past president of the
Miami Beach Bnai B'rith Lodge
and was a member of the Miami
Bl'CHWALD. Selma, 93. on March 19.
Interment Mt. Nebo. Levitt.
KAPLAN Herman. 72. on March 19.
Interment Mt Nebo. I^evitt.
3CHPOLSKY, Alexander. 91. on March
22. Interment Mt Nebo. Riverside.
ROTH, Pauline, 73. on March 23. Inter
ment Mt Nebo Riverside
KANER, Srulek, of Munich. Germany.
on April 7 in Miami Beach Blasberg.
BI'RNSTEIN. Fanny. 89, of North
Miami Beach, on April8. Riverside.
GREEN, Lillian, of Miami Beach, on
April 9 Gordon.
SANDUSKY. Rose, of Miami Beach, on
April 7 Blasberg.
WAI.ITZKY. Zelda Llebman. 86. of
Miami Beach, on April 9 Interment
Mt Sinai Riverside
EDELSTEIN, William, 72, of North
Miami Beach, on April 10. Riverside.
HECKER, Cele, of Miami Beach, on
April 10. Interment Star of David.
Riverside
KATZ, Harry. 63. of Miami, on April 10.
Gordon.
NEMETH, Sadie, 84. of North Miami, on
April in. Interment Mt. Sinai. Levitt.
POI.IER, Hyman. 86, of Miami Beach,
on April 10. Gordon.
ISSENBERG, Pearl, 90, on March 31.
Interment Mt. Nebo. Riverside.
LEVY, Beatrice. 83, on April 6. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo. Gordon.
WAX. Jennie. 83. on April 6. Interment
Mt. Nebo. Ne vman
COOPERMAN. Betty. 69. of Miami, on
April 5. Interment Mt. Sinai. Gordon
LEVY. Beatrice. 83. of Miami, on April
Interment Mt. Nebo Gordon
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Ihe fictitious name ol
TRUBLU pool SERVICE al Box 0 2
17101 SW 200th Street. Miami Fla
33187 ml ends to register said name with
the clerk of the Circuit Court o( Dade
County, Florida
wni: MARIE BRAY,
SOLEOW NER
\ii Paul Kwitney of
Kwitney, KroopA Srhelnberg P A
Minnies for Applicant
180 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla
Mar 28; \pi 1 B, 15, hit:
DOKNFELD. Yetta, of North Miami, on
April 7 Blasberg
KAPLAN. Rose 7- of Miami Hearh. on
April 7 Riverside
KORAN Samuel Aaron. KH. of Miami.
-hi April 1; (Jordon
LEVENSON, Annie. 93. on April 4
SARIN, Harry, 83, of Miami Beach
Gordon
SCH WART/.. Irving. 87, ol Miami
(Jordon.
WOODNICK, Bertha (Berdle), 73. of
North Miami on April* Riverside
GROSS, Frances. 7 ol Miami Beach
on April II Levltl
MIDDENDORF Bernard F 58. of
Miami on March 19In San Jose,Calif
ROSENAI Joseph E 8, of Coral
Gables, on April 11 Riverside
WEISSBERG, Frances 84, of North
Miami Beach, on April 11 Riverside
WHITMAN. Abraham. V2. of Miami on
April 11 Interment Mi Sinai Levltl
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
I ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 77-10305
IN RE The Marriage of
MOFID \I.A\I MALIK
Husband Petitioner,
anil
VNGELA PATRICIA AMAYA
MALIK Wife Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ANGELA PATRICIA M \Y A
M M -IK
CRA L'K No 70-54
BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
VOI ARK HEREBY NOT1FI El 1 lhat
an action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on DAVID M
GERSTEN, Husband Petitioner's at
tmnev whose address Is 1050 Spring
Garden Road. Miami. Florida 33138. on
or before May 13. 1977. and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Husband-
Petitioner's attorney or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition
WITNESS MY HAND and the Seal of
this Court on April 1. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
ByC. P.COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
Apr. 8. 15. 22. 29. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
5566 GROUP, at 505 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ROBERT MARLIN 50 percent
ROBERT BIRENBAUM 25 percent
PAUL B. STEINBERG 28 percent
STEINBERG SOROTA. PA.
Attorneys for Marl In.
Birenbaum Steinberg
506 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Apr.8.15. 22. 29.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned desiring to engage In
business at 749 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida, under the fictitious
name of DELMONICOS, Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
A AM INC.,
A Florida Corpora Uon
MICHAEL BERCUN
ARLENE BERCUN
FREDERICK ZEIGER, ESQUIRE
Attorney At Law
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 236
Miami Beach. Fla. 3S1W
Apr. 8.15. S3, 2, 1*77
Levitt *
memorial chapels
1921 Pembroke Rd
nsNfwood, Fla.
9217200
SONNY LEVITT, F.D
133ISW. OiiieHor
North Miami, Flo.
949-631$
Beach Elks Club.
Survivors include son and
daughter-in-law, Ira and Sandy;
daughter and son-in-law, Lynn
and Bruce Gordon, brothers and
sisters-in-law, Arnold and Gus
and Edward and Terry; grand-
daughter, Ali Felicia Gordon.
Services were held Monday,
April 11. Interment Mt. Nebo.
Newman was in charge of
arrangements.
WOLF
NATHAN, 82, of Miami Beach, on April
7. He was a member of the Board of
Directors of Temple Emanu-EI of
Miami Beach, past master of the New
York Masonic Lodge, former owner of
American Cut Crystal Mr Wolf was
also former vice president of Seagrams
of New York. He Is survived by his wife,
Dorothy of Miami Beach; two sons,
Marvin of Hewlett Harbor. NY. and
Allan of Israel; three brothers. Julius.
George, both of Manhattan, and Larry
of North Miami; three grandchildren.
Barbara. Robert and Marsha Services
were held In Far Rockaway. L.I.. NY.,
on April 8. Riverside was charged with
arrangements.
BARON. Henry. 68. of North Miami
Hearh. on April 4 Riverside.
BERNSTEIN. William Asher. 31. on
April 4 Riverside.
HESS Trudy. 43. of Miami, on April 4
Gordon.
LEVENSON, Annie, 93, of Coral Gables.
on April 4 Interment Mt Sinai.
Gordon
MILLER, Harry (Jerry 1. 68. of North
Miami Beach, on April 4 Interment
Starof David. Riverside
ROSS, Theodore (Ted). 58. of Miami, on
April 4. Interment Mt. Sinai. Gordon
ROTIISTEIN. Samuel. 91. of North
Miami Reach, on April 4 Levitt
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fvery Day C'oied Safcbatn
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
JEFFER
FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
DIRECTORS
IrwinJetlei MedwinJelfw AlvinJerttr
IN NEW YORK
188-11 HIllSIK AVI.MOlllS.il. NY
1283 CONEY ISLAND AVI BKIYN. NY
212/776-8100
IN FLORIDA
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8R0WAR0 COUNTY 192I PEMBROKE RD
925-2743 Rpc DvionnyLevin ID
PALM BEACH COUNTY 625 S OLIVE AVE
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Seivices dvdndble in ' K n Ne* York and throughout
the dealer Miami area ,
ROTHAUS MOiVUMELW
=pi
18200 West Dixie Highway,
North Miami Beach,
Florida 33160
931-5111
CO. INC.
BRONZE & GRANITE
PLAQUES
MONUMENTS
MEMORIALS
ALL MIAMI AND NY
CEMETERIES
Ron & Barbara Rothaus
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
Broward County
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115.1977
NOTICES

Pagel5-B
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
Ee~uner
nous name law
BrEBY GIVEN that the
H,,.r.ru' to engage In
JZ fictitious name of
irvTrKV FEKNANDEZ.
. ; ,'TKV a. 2427SV7
l | 38M5. intends to
Clerk o the
, Dade County. Florida
.-, May 6.1977
K OUS NAME LAW
Efri by given that the
to engage In
tlous name of
gj ,W 2Srd s,
I intend to reglater
[ cierk of the Circuit
1 Florida
[. ,1 ikY
' vi\BOI.KT
38 May 6.1977
lOTICE UNDER
flTIOUS NAME LAW
IHERKBY i-.IVKN that the
desiring to engage In
her th-' fH lltloue nann- of
IrTFERNANDEZd b a
fi-T al !427 SW 2Srd si .
Intends to register
tilh the Clerk of the Circuit
L ... Florida
fn |< Fl RN iNDEZ
.- May li. 1977
ICE UNDER
^JSNAME LAW
bHKRF.BY GIVEN that the
desiring lo engiige In
,,r |i ii name of
| N SERVICE, at 879(1
|0I Ida intend ti>
with the Clerk of the
, untj Florida.
J.M.W K M I *N
1; (JOI f>STEIN
GOLDSTEIN
39; May 6, 1977
:ClfCUIT COURT FOK
^COUNTY FLORIDA
ROBATE DIVISION
-Me Number 771754
Jision 15 Joseph Nesbitt
lr ati
(IMKH
I
!F .- H WING CLAIMS
IMXS Ml UNSTTHE ABOVE
kNI) AM. OTHER PERSONS
m;|) IN THE ESTATE:
IK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i i| the estate of
Bl MMKR deceased. File
m pending in the Or
lot I lade County. Florida.
D Ihe address of which
Street, Miami.
I'll, pi u m.iI representative of
i- \l \\ SOMMKK. whose
Golden Isles Drive.
Florida The name and
J the |-i sonal representative's
r m below
onshaving i lanns or demands
I Hi. estate are required.
Tlll'.l K MONTHS FROM
l\Th OF THE FIRST
kTHIN Of THIS NOTICE, to
Hi. rlerk ol the above court a
Jtatemenl ol any claim or
I' .ivr Each claim
n writing and must Indicate the
I un the name and ad-
I" n dltoi or his agent or
imount claimed K
le thedate when ii
all be stated if the
j unliquidated, the
J> i I taint) shall be
I the i lalm is secured, the
he described, The
I leln er sufficient copies
I Ihe clerk to enable the
r to each personal
tative
led in the estate to
|in|,\ Hi ii,,. Notice of Admin
mailed are required.
THKF.I MONTHS FROM
JlATK OF THE FIRST
ATinN hi- THIS NOTICE, to
Ihej may have thai
I tii. validity ol the decedent's
I I itions of the personal
I or the venue or
'I.AIMS DEMANDS, AND
fli'N- not so FILED WILL
VRRED
publli at Ion of this
1 Iration Aprils. 1977
\1 \\ SOMMER
I Representative of the
iteofCKI.IASI MMKR
i >et eased
ff< FOB PERSONAL
I rive
elnber) i'A
I ilte 812
rida 33139
"75
Apr. 8. 15. 1977
iCIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
WDICIALCIRCUITINAND
1>ADE COUN fY, FLORIDA.
L JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.77-11261
I NOTICE OF ACTION
The Mai riageol
V VARADO
llonei Husband.
m:\do.
bnnileni Wife.
P ALVARADO
lldeni e I n known
M'K HKKF.BY NOTIFIED that
on for Dissolution of Marriage
J filed against you and you are
i in serve a (.opy of r Answer
LAIR Ross. p.a.. Attorney for
jr. H97 NW 7th Street. Miami.
and file an original copy In the
Hie Clerk of the above Court on
urn if X dav of Mav' 1977' or a
*r! .?* enlered against you.
"this 12dayof April. 1977.
UCHABDP.BBINKER
tlerk. Circuit Court
mi Dade County, Florida
l!' M J Hartnett
. Deputy Clerk
'Court Seal)
Apr. 15. 22, 29; May 6.1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-1675
Division 15 Joseph Nesbitt
IN RE ESTATE OF
SOPHIE BROD8KY,
I let-eased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVINO CLAIMS
on DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFED thai
the administration of the estate of
SOPHIE BRODSKY, deceased. File
Number 77-1678, is pending in the Clr
cull Court for Dade County, Florida
Probate Division, the address of which
is 7:i West Flagler Slreet. Miami.
Florida The personal representative Of
the estate i~ I'M 1. KWITNEY whose
address Is 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida. The name and address
of the personal representative's at
tornev are set forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required.
WITHIN THBEE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, lo
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement ol any claim or
demand they may have Each Claim
must be in writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim. Ihe name and ad
dress ol the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed it
the claim is not yet due. Ihe dale when It
will become due shall he staled 11 the
claim is contingent or unliquidated. Ihe
nature of the uncertainly shall be
stated II the claim is secured the
Security shall be described The
claimant shall dellvei sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice Of Admin
istration has been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE months FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file an) objections they may have thai
challenge Ihe validity ol ihe decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or ihe venue or
jurisdiction of the rourl
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS, KND
OBJECTIONS not so FILED WILL
BEFOREVERBARRED
Date ol ihe first publication of this
Notice of Administration April 8. i77
PAUL KWITNEY
As Personal Representative of Ihe
Estate of SOPHIE BRODSKY
1 lei eased
ATTOBNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIV E
Kwltney Kroop Scheinberg. P A
1301 .un oln Road, Suite 512
Mi .inn Beach. Florida 38139
Telephone 538 7578
Apr 8, IS, 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY.
Civil Action No. 77.9686
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Marriage of
AMEL PEREZ.
Petitioner.
s B
GERMAN PEREZCABRERA.
lo Mr German Perez Cabrera
Last Known Residence
Flgueroa No 08SantosSuarex
Has ana. Cuba
Vol ark HEREBY NOTIFIEDthal
an action for dissolution ol 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
i- 101 NW 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33128, ami file the original Ith Ihe Clerk
of the above styled Court on or before
May 6, 1977; otherwise a default will bi
enlered against you for the rellel
demanded In the complain) or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
the JEWISH FLOR1DI \N
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court ai Miami, Florida on this l*9
day ol Mao h lt'77
RICHARD P BRINKER.
\^ ilerk, ('in nit Court
i lade County, Florida
By '; s Cartle
\ i leputy Clerk
Circuit ("ourl Seal i
GLADYS GERSON, ESQI IRE
STONE, SOSTCH1N 6 GONZALEZ,
'' \
Attorney- lor Petitioner
101 NW I2th Avenue
Miami Florida 3812s
nII i :::'! 1555
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 77-3008 (Div. 5)
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
H \ URKKN. TRUSTEE.
Plaintiff,
VIRGIL'S KNTBRPRI8ESCOKI'
I lefenrtunl
To \ irgll Knterpi IsesCorp
Suite 321 I si"1 Wesl 19th Slreet
Hinleah. Florida
vol \i:k NOTIFIED that an ai lion
for i ollei lion nl ninnies due and 0 Ing
on il Li -a-- due and wholly unpaid, has
,.,. f||(.d agalnsl you and you are
required to serve a copy ol your written
defenses it any to It on WOLJ and
SCHOMNGKR. P A Plalntlll
lorne, whose addres is Suite 702.
I ,.,,I, land 'Towers. U300South I i.ideland
Koulevard, Miami, Florida 33156 on or
I,,.,,,,,, April 29, 1977, and file th.
nrtginal with the Clerk ol this Court
ellher before service on I lalntitt s
attorneys or Immediately then
otherwise i.....faull will i.....ntered
agalnsl you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or Petition
Tins Notice shall be published once
each week for tour Ii consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and '
Ihls Court on Man h23, 1977
RICH \RDl' BRINKER
\sClerk, CircultCourl
Dade County, Florida
By N a Hewetl
\. i leputy Clerk
CIRCl ITCOURTSEALI ......
Apr. 1.8.15.22. 1977
tlRCUIT COURT. 1 ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77.9374
GENERALJURISDICTION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriageof
ANTHONY RAY,
Husband
DOROTHY LEE RAY
You.' Dorothy LEE RAY
RESIDENCE 1 NKNOWN. are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your Answer
to Ihe Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you, upon husband's attorney.
Seorqe Nicholas, bsq., eia nw
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 88188, and
file original with Clerk of Court on or
before May 6. 1977; otherwise the
Petition will be confessed by you
Dated this 24 day of March. 1977
RICHARD P .BRINKER. CLERK
By: B Perez
Deputy Clerk
, Circuit Court Seal I Apr. 1.8.15. 22. 1977
Ayr- l.fr.ia. "'7
----------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
MABTI MABKATat 1111 SW 8th Street.
Suite 212. Miami. Florida 33130, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
PEDRO BRIEL
Apr.8,15.iB..lTl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE ISHEREBY GI\ EN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
THE WELFARE OF ANIMALS ul 3070
SVt 38th Court, Miami Florida 331 HI,
intends lo reglater said name with Ihe
clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court ol Dade
('imnty. Florida
The Society forthe Welfare
ul \nimals. Inc a nonprofit
Florida corporation
MICHAEL A. I.II'SKV. P A
Attorney for Applicant
3d West Flagler Street
Miami Florida33130
Mar 25. Apr I. Ifi. 1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 77 11128
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriageof
GIORGIOGRANATA,
Husband
DON VrKI.LAiilt NTIMCRANATA.
Wife
TO IIIOROIOCRANATA
Via Llvraghl ~
30100 Milano. Italy
yol ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthal
an action for Dissolution ol Marriage
has i.....n filed agalnsl you and yon are
required lo serve a copy of your written
defenses, n any, lo it on donna R
hi ai STEIN, attorney for Petitioner,
whoa, address is 1783 Alton Rd No 106,
Miaou Beach, Fla 38139 and file the
nrtginal with Ihe clerk of the above
ntyleri court on or before Mas 20, 1977;
otherwise a default will be entered
you for Ihe relief demanded.iii
Ihe romplalnl or petition
This not ue shall be published OIH e
each week lor lour I onsei utive weeks in
THE IF.WISII FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my band and the seal ol
said court al Miami. Florida on this II
day ol April. 1977
RICHARD!' BRINKER
\- i 'lerk. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
Hi Willie Bradshaw Jr.
\, Deputy Clerk
11'in nil Court Seal i
Apr. 18.22.29; May 8, 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OFFLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO.77-11219
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in t:k The Marrlageol
HENRY MALLETT
Husband
and
ELEEN MALLETT,
Wife
TO ELEEN MALLETT
Bogwalk l' 0
SI Catherine. Jamaica
yor ARK HEREBY NOTIFIEDthal
, action (01 Dissolution Of Marriage
has been filed agalnsl you and you are
required to serve a copy ol your written
defenses. If any, to it on Max P Engel.
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
is 1461 NW 17th Avenue Miami I- lorida.
33128 and file the original with Un-1 lerk
of the above styled court on or before
May 20. 1977. 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
TDK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said court at Miami. Florida on this 12
day of April, 1977.
E B LEATHEBMAN,
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
, Circuit Court Seal I
MAX I' ENGEL. ESq
1461 NW 17th Avenue
Miami, Floi
Attorney for Petmoner^ ^ ^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77 2135
Division Frank B. Dowlmg
IN RE ESTATE OF
ALEX MANSON
I i. i eased
NOTICE ol- ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING claims
or DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE ABOVE
ESTATE AND MX OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED INTHE ESTATE
V(il ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of Ihe estate of
M.K.X MANSON d.....ased File
Number 77-2336, is pending In the t'n
CUll Court lor Dade County. Florida
Probatl Division the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street. Miami
Florida The Co-personal represen
tatives ol Ihe estate are MIRIAM
SARNOFF whose address is S288
Collins Ave Miami Reach Fla S8140,
and FLAGSHIP FIRST NATIONAL
HANK OF MIAMI REACH whose
address is till Lincoln ltd Mall Miami
Beach, Fla 88139 The name and ad
dress ol the personal representatives
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or demands
agalnsl the estate are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE HIRST
PUBLICATION OH' THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk ol the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate Ihe
basis lor 'he claim, the name and ad
dress ol Ihe creditor or ins agent or
attorney and the amount claimed n
the claim is nol yel due. the dale when it
will become due-shall be staled if Ihe
i'hum is rontlngenl or unliquidated, the
nature of Ihe mire rtainl y shall be
stated If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim io the lerk to enable the
clerk to mail one ropy to each personal
represent atWe
All pei sons interested ill the estate to
w bom a copy ol Ibis Null.....I
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE months
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PI BI.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE. 10
file any Objections they may have that
challenges the validity of ihe decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue oi
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration April IB, i77
MIRIAM SARNOFF
As Co .personal Representative of the
Estate of ALEX MANSON
I leceaseil
FI.ACSIIIP FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI REACH
By FELIX.) MARTINEZ
As Co-Personal Representative
of the Estate ol ALEX MANSON.
I leceased
ATTORNEYS FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES
CYPEN* NEVINS
K28 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
Telephone 832-4721
Apr 1!>. L'L'. IH77
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
1ITHJUDICIALCIRCUITINAND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.: 74 1417
NOTICE OF SUIT
FLASH WELDING COMPANY
a Florida corporation
plaintiff.
ROY KATON and HELEN KATON
his w lie.
I lefendanls,
TO ROY KATON and
HELEN KATON
::ill AleSlO Avenue
(Viral Uables. Florida
yol ark. HEREBY NOTIFIED Ihal
an action to forclose < hen In the
loiiow mi; property in Dade County,
Florida
: '. i ii Coconut i irove Sei lion i Coi al
liable- Luis-.!] toLMini Block 24. Dade
County Florida a k a 300 ilealo
Avenue Coral Gables, Florida
has been filed agalnsl you and sou are
required to sei v* copy ol your written
defenses it any lo it on Donald T
Frost Esquire Vttorney for Plalntlll
whose address I- 26 SVS 8th Street
Miami. Florida 88130 and tile the
original with the clerk ol the above
styled court on in before Mas 20 1977
otherwise a judgment mas be enlered
against sou for Ihe relief demanded In
the Complaint or Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal ol said
i ourl on Api IH77
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk ol said Court
Us \\ Tymmski
\ I leputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal >
\pt 19 22 29 Mas
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO 77-11010
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriageof
REGINAB ROTA.
Petitioner
and
DAVID ALAN ROTA
Respondent
r|i i Mr Das id Alan Rota
l249Burnet Avenue
Union, New JerseyOT
yor are HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
menced in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on DAVID E
STONE ESQUIRE, stone Sostchln Ji
Gonzalez P A attorney for Petitioner.
whose address 11 111] NW 13 Avenue.
Miami Florida 33128; ISOBI 334-4506,
and file Ihe original wllh Ihe clerk of the
above styled court on or before May 20.
i'i77 otherwise a default will be entered
against you lor Ihe relief prayed for in
the i omplalnt or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
Till-'. JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court Bl Miami. Florida on this i
das .it April. 11177
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade counts Florida
Ms i; s Cartle
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
11.1s nl E Stone, Esquire
Stone, Sostchln < Jonzalez. P A
101 NW IL' Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128 1324-48861
Attorney for Petitioner
Apr 18, 23, 29 May H. 1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 77 7408
Division Joseph Nesbitt
IN RE E8TATEOF
REBECCA I'AI.ANDATI
Dei eased
NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
or DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE ABOVE
ESTATE AND A 1.1. OTHER PERSONS
I VTEKESTKD IN TDK ESTATE:
yol ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
REBECCA PALANDATI, deceased.
File Number 77-3408, is pending in Ihe
On ml Court for Dade County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
is 7:i Wesl Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida The personal representative of
Ihe estate is OIXIA ENGEBRETSEN,
whose address is J Brook Avenue Blue
Point. New York The name and ad-
dress of ihe personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or demands
agalnsl the estate an- required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PI BI.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of Ihe above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they mas have Each 1 hum
must be in writing and must indicate the
basis for Ihe claim, the name and ad
dress nl Ihe creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
Ihe 1 laim is nol yel due. the date when il
will become due shall be stated H the
, laim is 1 onltngenl or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertainty shall be
-i.ii.ii 11 the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
,,1 the laim lo Ihe 1 lerk to enable the
1 lerk to mail one 1 ops In each personal
I epl eselllal IS e
All persons interested In Ihe estate lo
whom a 1 ops oi tins Notice ol Admin-
istration lias 1.....n mailed an- required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE HIRST
PI BI.ICATION ol- THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections Ihey mas have that
, hallenge Ihe validity ol II i"1 edenl a
win the qualifications ol tin- personal
representative, 01 the venue or
jurisdiction ol lhe< ourl
\l.l. claims DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS Not so FILED WILL
HE FOREX ER BARRED
I late nl Ihe first publli atton of this
Notice of Administration April 18 m77
OLGA ENGEBRETSEN
\. personal Representative of the
Estate ni Rebel a Palandati
I H'i e.l.-ell
ATTORNEY FOB PERSON AL
RF.PRESENTATIX K
CHARLOTTEJ BARKAN
1111 Alnsley Building
Miami Florida 33132
Telephone 371 I I
\pt IS 22, 1K77
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 77-10465
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re 'The Marriageof
CORNELLD SCLI.IVAN.JR..
husband and MINNIE H,
SULLIVAN, wife.
TO MINNIEH SULLIVAN
771 Boulevard Street
Akron. Ohio44:111
YOL ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition lor Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Petition
on Ihe Husband's Attorney, LESTER
ROGERS, whose address Is 1454 NV> 17
Avenue Miami. Florida 33125; and file
the original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before this 13 day of
May. 1977. or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 6 day of April. 197,
BICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By C I' Copeland
Apr 8. IB, 22, 29.1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77.9444
in BE The Marriageof
HETTY MENDELSOHN.
Wife
and
I Mis MENDELSOHN
Husband
NOTICEOF ACTION
You. JACK MENDEI-SOHN. 38
Laurel Place, Yonkers. New York,
10704. are hereby notified to file your
Answer to the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage with the Clerk of the Court
and mail a copy to the Petitioners
Attorney, HF.NBY M WAITZKIN. 740-
71st Street, Miami Beach. Florida 33141,
on or before April 29. 1977. or this
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
filed against you will be taken as con-
lesseli
Dated, this 25th day of March, 1977.
BICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
Deputv Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Apr. 1.8. 15, 22.1977


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IHF Women's Day Luncheon Nears
The tenth anniversary of the
reunification of the city of
Jerusalem will be celebrated next
month by the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHF) at its annual
Women's Day luncheon, it was
announced by Moe Levin, chair-
man of the local IHF Advisory
Board,
The Women's Day, which is
being presented in association
with the Pioneer Women Council
of South Florida, will be held
Thursday. May 26, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami
Beach. A major personality will
be featured as guest speaker,
Levin added.
Opera Association Target of Protest
To protest the plight of Soviet
Jews, the director ol the South
Miami Jewish Defense League
chained himsell to the door of (he
Greater Miami Opera Assoc
ial ion building Tuesday for about
two hours
Bret Becker. 19, chose the
building because of a scheduled
Monday night concert which
featured Russian singer Rlena
Obraztsova, which was to benefit
the Opera Association. He >
arrested and charged wilh
trespassing.
urth from left), head of
I './' Sinai Medical Center,
, iitly by the annual dinner of
Einstein College of Medicine of
, (/mi />< i in left a re ( 7i a rles C.
t honorary chairman of the Hoard of
, [Ibert Einstein who addressed
the gathering; Theodore Baumritter, who
along with his Wife, Florence, chaired the
dinner: Dr. and Mrs Phillip Frost. Mrs
Anna Frost and Mrs. Baumritter Also
participating in the event was Dr. Matthew
Scharff, director of the Division of Biological
Sciences at Albert Einstein,
Women's Workshop To Begin Monday
Temple Adath Ycshurun of
North Miami Beach is ottering a
new group for women, the Sell
Awareness Workshop, which will
deal with personal identity, the
role of women the wife, the
mother, the widow and divorcee,
Maxine Cherry. licensed
therapist, has designed the six
week workshop which will begin
on Monday evening. April lXatH
p.m.
Pan Am to Brazil:
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non-stops than
any other airline.
Rio de Janeiro
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for example: a choice of meals
[or lunch or dinner. You can
poose from 4 entrees in first
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15.
Lehrman Day School Ball Plans Finalized
Father and son team up to help plan the Lehrman Day School
Hall to he held in the Friedland Ballroom on Saturday night.
April 16. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan, general
chairmen of the black-tie dinner-dance, and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cohen. Cohen is past president of Temple Emanu-El.
which sponsors the Lehrman Day School.
Pacesetter Ball Nearing
Pacesetters of the 1977 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, led by Chair-
man Samuel I. Adler. will gather
for the annual Pacesetter Ball on
Saturday, April 23, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
The event is the most impor-
tant social function of the year
for this Greater Miami Jewish
Federation group. Adler. a
Federation vice president, has
announced that the Ball will
begin at 9 p.m. in the Fontaine
Room, preci-ded by a 7:30 p.m.
cocktail recept inn.
Reservations are required.
Information on the Pacesetter
Ball is available through con-
tacting Mr Fischer at the
Federation.
SAMUEL I. ADLER
Israel's Georgian Dancers
Slate Miami Appearance
The 50-member Georgian
Dancers of Israel, sponsored by
the International Series, will
appear in Miami for the first time
for three performances on
Saturday, April 23 at 8:30 p.m.
and Sunday. April 24 at 3 and
7:30 p.m. at the Uade County
Auditorium.
The Company consists of pro
fessional dancers and singers who
performed with major troupes in
the Soviet Union before emi-
grating to Israel over the last five
years. The dancers are appearing
here under the patronage of the
Israeli Ministry of Education and
Culture.
The program will include many
WLI Plans Meeting
The Lincoln Roney Miami
Beach Chapter of the Women's
League for Israel will hold a
meeting on April 19. 12:30 p.m.
at the 100 Lincoln Road
Clubroom.
Nathan Vlock. a frequent vis-
itor to Israel, will be the guest
speaker.
Singles Plan Brunch
The Jewish Community Center
Singles (aged 25-40) will hold a
Bagel and Lox Get Acquainted
Brunch on Sunday, April 17,
11:30 a.m. at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach.
Soviet Georgian dances such as
Perchuli, Khoruni. Mtioulouy.
the Georgian wedding dance
Sadarzo, and the Asitanian
dance.
THE FIRST professionally
rendered Hassidic Georgian
dance ever to be performed in the
United States will be featured.
The company, under the ar-
tistic direction of Ilia Nam-
talashvili. will also perform
gypsy and Georgian folk songs.
Featured singers are Elia
Mazkeplashvili and Israella
Krivoshei.
The company will bring over
600 authentic costumes with
them and are accompanied on
stage by a traditional Georgian
orchestra.
The three performances will
benefit the Dance-Drama
Workshop.
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Lehrman Day School of
Temple Emanu-El will celebrate
its eighteenth anniversary Satur-
day night, April 16, with its
annual Scholarship Ball
scheduled for the Friedland Ball-
room of the Miami Beach
congregation.
An 8 p.m. reception will pre-
cede the 9 p.m. dinner and dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan,
general chairmen of the black-tie
affair, said this week that the
goal of providing at least 200
scholarships is expected to be
attained prior to the function.
Theme of the affair will be a
formal French Ball, patterned
after 18th century dances in
Paris. The Friedland Ballroom
will have a red and white color
theme, with gold accents.
Tall candelabras will grace
each table, with gold lace on table
covers and gold flatware.
Glittering lights will be every-
where, with a huge cake to com-
memorate the Chai (eighteenth!
birthday topping off a gourmet
dinner.
The Lehrman Day School has
grown steadily since its founding
into one of the Souths largest
Hebrew day schools, according to
Lawrence M. Schantz. chairman
of the board of education of
Temple Emanu-El. Mr and Mrs.
Schantz are associate chairmen of
the Scholarship Ball, together
with Mr. and Mrs. Carol
Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. John
Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs Murray
' mdib and Mrs. Lew is
RosenstieL
Honorary chairmen are Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Y Friedland
and Mr. and Mrs Matthew B.
Rosenhaus. Past chairmen
assisting the Cowans include Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. Mr
and Mrs Harry A (Happy)
Levy. Mr and Mrs. Murry
Koretzky, Mr and Mrs Stephen
Muss, Mr and Mrs Schantz,
Mr and Mrs Greenberg and
Robert Blum.
Proceeds of the Scholarship
Ball provide scholarship
assistance for more than halt of
i lie Lehrman Daj School's
students. Classes combining
general and Jewish education
cover .ill grades from nursery and
kindergarten, through the ninth
grade of junior high school.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. in whose
honor the day school was named
several years ago. will re|*>rt
briefly on the progress of the
school.
The Lehrman Day School, a
member of the Solomon Schech-
ter System sponsored by the
United Synagogue and by the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, meets all requirements
of the Dade County School Board
and of the Florida Department of
Education.
Reservations for the Scholar-
ship Mall still are available, and
may be made at the Temple
office
Beth Torah Men To
Hold Breakfast Meet
The Men's Club of Beth Torah
Congregation of North Miami
Beach will hold their monthly
breakfast Sunday morning, April
17. A Minyan will take place at
8:15 a.m. with breakfast
following.
The program for the morning is
a Multimedia presentation.
"Homecomiwg The Dramatic
Struggle of the Jewish People,"
performed by the Mesivta Senior
High School Theatrical Troupe.
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Talking over details of the Lehrman Dav School Scholarshii
Bull, scheduled Saturday night in the Friedland Ballroom art]
these leaders of Temple Emanu-El of Miami B. fnm'i
Benjamin I. Shulman, chairman of the board of Inttr]
continental Bank of Miami Beach and a Tempi, din tor; Mrs
Shulman and Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of thi gationn\
Whose honor the day school is named.
Bright Day Keeps Cholesterol Down
With health awareness heightened in all adult age groups, food I
processors have accommodated the consumer desire foi I
foods which st ill maintain a high standard of taste and quality
One such company is United Food Industries I
product is the new low fat-no cholesterol mayonnai
Daj Dressing. Bright Daj i- made with thi
mally found in mayonnaise and salad dressings with thi
egg yolk. Omitting one >t the highesl sources "i i I
Daj maj be utilized bj cholesterol-conscious consun
In addition to using Brighl Daj Dressing in all rei
require ordinary mayonnaise United Foods nutrition
several unique dishes specifically to highlight Brighl Da'
and good taste. S.T.
BRIGHT DAY SLIM SLAW
2 :i cup Bright Daj
- tablespoons vinegar
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups shredded red cabbage
- cups shredded green cabbage
'i cup grated carrot
' i cup minced onion
Blend Bright Day. vinegar, and salt. In large bowl combine cab-
bage, carrot, and onion. Add Bright Day mixture and to-- well Chill
before serving. Makes t to6 servings
THOUSAND ISLANDS DRESSING
1 cup Bright Daj
'-' tablespoons chili sauce
1 tablespoon vinegar
1 tablespoon chopped green pepper
2 teaspoons chopped stuffed green olives
- teaspoons minced onion
' i teaspoon salt
dash pepper
Combine all ingredients. Serve with mixed green salads. Make*
1' i cups
STRAWBERRIES BRIGHT DAY

1 z cup Bright Day
1 cup plain yogurt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
'4 teaspoon almond extract
sweetener to taste
1 pint ripe strawberries, washed and hulled
Combine Bright Day. yogurt, lemon juice, and extract: *
to taste. Chill. Serve over strawberries in dessert glasses.
ort Plans Luncheon Sdwrartz to Address AMW Thursday
SINCERE WORSHIPPERS ARE INVITED
TO CONGREGATION AHAVAT SHABBAT
We are a nucleus of traditional Jews looking to expand
our minyan. We meet every Shabbat Morning9:30
A.M.-Comfortable atmosphere where all members
participate each week. Located at 7902 Carlyle Ave.,
Miami Bch., Room 5 For information865-4540_______
Women's American ORT has
planned a luncheon in the Sea
Coast Towers West Mediter-
ranean Room for Thursday April
28 at noon.
Tillie Pekelner will review The
Lady and the Lau. the story of
Fanny Holtzman, written by
Edward Berkman.
Gerald Schwartz, executive
vice chairman of the Florida
Friends of Bar-Ilan University,
will speak on Israels twenty-
ninth anniversary of in-
dependence Thursday, April 21,
at a 12:30 p.m. meeting of the
Hatikvah Chapter of American
Mi/.rachi Women. The gathering
which will be held on Israel Inde-
pendence Day. is scheduled for
the social hail of Kneseth Israel
Congregation. Miami Beach.
Pearl Schwartz is president of
the Hatikvah Chapter }**
American Mizrachi Women is a
member agencv of the America"
Zionist Federation, umbrella
organization for all Zionist bodie
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[Coin munity Corner

, ,\ Chabad Fbrida Director, presenting award to Sen.
Km Right to left, Menashe Hirsch, Rabbi Korf, Mrs.
UUaxiixllDauer, Mrs. Lily Stone, and Sen. Stone
Church and State: The Unit.'.! Slates CongTOSS held a special
ft vpiKin and tribute in honor of the seventy-fifth birthdaj of the
lH'minhir rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. The
Irihuie. chaired by Sen. Hubert Humphrey, was held in the Senate
rauru>room just two weeks ago.
\ delegation "f local community leaders led by Rabbi Abraham
Korf Chabad l.ubavitch regional director, attended the reception.
Senators and congressmen from throughout the country received
tfitatitms ol i ribute" from the Chabad centers in over 32 states.
I.ilv Stone, mother of Sen. Richard Stone, joined the Florida
"hatiad delegation to honor her son. Florida's junior senator. Sen.
lattton Chiles, Congressmen Claude Pepper and William Lehman.
Knd Sam (iibbons also received special citations The local
Helt-gation also included Menashe Hirsch, Ben Perlso, Dr. Daniel
Kvucnch. Kahbi Joseph Piston. Rabbi David Kleizrie, Rabbi Casriel
Krusnuandkin and Gary Kidelstein.
Government and the People: Metro Commissioner Harry
Bk-hreilier is looking for a few good men (and or women) to till five
Kin1- cm the newly created Industrial Development Council. Under the
K> one representative must come from a financial institution, one
Brnniiin electric Utility, another from industrial land development and
Hun from local industrial or manufacturing concerns The Miami
K< !<'' Bar Association is busy planning tor Law Day on May 1 with
Hpc.ikcr-. available to area schools The April 18 meeting of the
Ki'Cenrv Club ol Miami Beach will be held at the Normandy Isle
K'l-hinn'"11 Federal Bank Building at 8 p.m. Henry Mendleson will
Kl" :r "" thesubjecl \ Miracle in Government. "
Medical Mention: Dr. Robert Rubin, a cell-biologist at the I'ni-
Hi rsity "I Miami School of Medicine, is working on a propulsion
HuliMamv which apparently activates cancer movement The Florida
H)i\Mim "I tin American Cancer Societj is supporting Ins research
K11'1 grant \ new Florida law allows 17-year-olds to donate
I : without parental permission. A blood drive, co-sponsored by the
K'' Sina Medic il Center Blood Bank and McDonalds, will be held on
K Miami Beach Senior High School \ pint donation insures
H Is nl the donor and his immediate family for a one-year
I Hospital industry leader Sylvia Urlkrh has been elected
B 'i i he Federation ol American Hospitals, the national
B nvestor-owned health care facilities, tor the 19*
Di (ierald W'einstein, a U. of \1. professor ol dermatology,
Bill he |hi speaker al the April 19 meeting ol the National
B iriasis Foundation to be held at the Lincoln Road American
B mil Loan Association at B:15 p.m. United Home Care
Bern..- will lie in receipt ol federal and local monies in support ol
m the homebound elderly and disabled Up to six hundred
umi.ir. ,,j persons may apply lor the aid.
Honorable Mention Mensohen: Marge Cowan was one ol six
B""""e for outstanding community service by the Miami Chapter ol
B"m' n in Communications "The Weekly" has named Lester
Blisluciii as Man of the Year" Area delegates to the National
kird Meeting of Pioneer Women, the Women's Labor Zionist
Organization ol America, are Miriam Gingold, Lillian Hoffman and
lurriet Green,
I Arts and Crafts and Music: (ieula Gill will be entertaining at the
TVmple Adath Veshurun Men's Club on April lfi at 9:15 p.m.
jeyna Youngerman represented the Florida Art ists Group at a Rollins
"Hege cultural seminar sponsored by the Florida League ol the Arts
Washington Federal Auditorium will be the site for viewing the
Bin' Gertrude Stem: When This You See. Remember Me." The
ulturaI Arts Society of South Florida is sponsoring the event on
April 11 at Hp.m.
I South of the Border: The Institute of Maya Studies will host Dr.
Plan Kaplan, one ol the' original founders ol i he Institute, at their
April 20, s p m Wednesday meeting in ih Museum ol Science
Puditorium. His topic will be "Mass Production of Pre-Columbian
mn Mold Made Objects in Pre-Columbian Times" ... Ida Foreris
M hack lrom a Peruvian adventure which included a visit to Machu
II icchu, the highlight of Inca civilization.
I And to the East: In cooperation with the Israeli consulate in
'lanta I .tuple Heth Am will be featuring a discussion on "A Day in
*ni' Life c.t an Israeli Citizen" with Shmuel Rabina at the Brotherhood
preakfast Forum on April 17.
I 'And On Campus: The Sandra and L. Jules Arkin Philanthropic
fund has awarded the Judaic Studies Program at the University of
Miami the sum of SI,000 a year for the next five years Thirteen
Mudents trolled in Judaic courses at the University of Miami
received book awards for outstanding achievement in their studies
I ')r Clarence G. Stuckwisch, acting dean of the College of Arts
POO'Sciences and dean of the Graduate School, presented the awards
IK v r Adler- Debra Aronowitz, Marcy Baraban. Roslyn Berrin.
pathie Brooks. Tony Fernandez, Karen Freedla'nd, Brad Holstein.
l('aaUri" i1 llorowitz- Sandra Keith, Bruce Mintz, Iris Tanney and
r-anoad A'era Sandy Sutta, daughter of Bernie and Roz Sutta.
L?.P stud'es at the Institute for Paralegal Training after her
leraauatmn from Fmory University.
L With the Kinder: Surfside Women's League will hold its annual
tt th .'^ KldT'Camp Card Party on Thursdav- APril 21< 12:3 pm
F Surfside Community Center Auditorium.
fin F')r YUr ,nforntion: A free United Way non-profit community
ldri'.a'rrKanization nas opened a South Dade branch office fordebt-
kii tk r'i"1'' ( "unlians The Consumer Credit Counseling Service of
"__".'''"rida is situated at 10700 Caribbean Boulevard. Their
Kvf"'?"' Pro8ram "Personal Money Management" was established
1^ '"dividual a~A family finance planning.
Dr. Mure Flitter, from the Division of
Neurosurgery, aeeepts HANID's support of
Mt. Sinai and an initial donation of $ 1.5(H).
Mrs. Hose Brass, HANID president.
presents the gift on behalf of the new Miami
organization.
Mrs Rose Bross, 11 AN ID president, speaks
to the Miami organization of her group
during a meeting at Mt. Sinai Medieal
('enter of (irenter Miami.
HANID Project Extends a Hand to Mt. Sinai
HANID, a group of people who wish to "help
all needy in distress," is beginning a branch
organization in the Miami area with a project at
Mt. Sinai Medical Center of Greater Miami.
Rose Bross, president, recently presented the
Neurosurgery Department with a check for
$1,500 and "a pledge for $3,500 more toward
helping cerebral palsy patients through cerebellar
pacemaker implants. The operation helps cerebral
palsy patients relax their muscles and better us,'
their physical and mental abilities
HANID began forty years ago in New York
and supported medical research and causes for
the blind, retarded and children in need of help.
Brookdale Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital in
New York are among the group's major
recipients.
NOW, MT. SINAI Medical Center on Miami
Beach will receive support from HANID in
Miami, which has already attracted more than 40
members, most of whom are from New York and
know the work HANID does there.
Mrs. Bross headed HANID in New York and
brought it success by raising money through
bazaars and boutiques. HANID still continues its
work in New York, but now Mrs Bross leads the
non-profit Florida licensed group, whose
members live all over South Florida.
She and her husband Ed. of North Miami
Reach, are retired, but continue to work at
making this organization, her brainchild, a
success, I).A.
MB Hadassah Group
To Meet April 19
Koach, the career-oriented
Miami Reach Hadassah group lor
the younger woman, will hold its
next meeting, Tuesday, Aprill9,
at H p in in the home of Dr. Joan
Harris. Miami Reach.
The program for the evening
will be: "Israel: One People."
Also, plans lor the group's Rrsl
annual luncheon will be discussed
and incoming officers will be
introduced.
The group meets every third
Tuesday evening.
Belle Plaza to Honor Foglers
Dr. and Mrs. Sigmund Fogler
have been selected to receive the
Israel Solidarity Award at a
Night in Israel to be sponsored
by the Belle Plaza Israel Bond
Committee in the recreation room
on Tuesday, April 26, at 7:30
p.m. Dr. Bernard W. Smith is
chairman ol the committee
Dr. and Mrs. Fogler are active
on behalf of many community
causes. Dr. Fogler. a retired
principal in the New York public-
schools, is a poet and has
authored numerous articles on
education.
Mrs. Fogler is a past national
president ol Women's American
ORT. After World War II. she
was sent abroad by the World
ORT Union to assist in re-
organizing European ORT
Installations She is also a past
president of the Women's
Division of the American Friends
of Hebrew University and is
active in the leadership of the
Council of Jewish Women. Tech
nion and Hadassah.
The program will be headed by
humorist Joey Russell, who
recently returned from one of his
many trips to Israel. He will give
a first-hand account of his
meet ings with Israeli leaders.
The Superstar
in Summer Camps.
More than 40
different activ-
ities. Ten acres of
athletic and
recreational
facilities. Wooded
adventuring
areas. Arts, crafts
and macrame.
Super motocross
course.
Two swimming pools
Skateboarding. Tennis.
Fun-filled field trips.
Rollerskating.
Soccer. Air rifle
range. Archery.
Cookouts.
Special rainy-
day programs.
Only one camp
has them all.
Floridays
Camp!
Phone 235-4951
or send now for
our 12-page illustrated
booklet and then reserve
"happy days" for your
child this summer.
Floridays Camp
Day Camp for Boys and Girls Ages 3 to 12
12101 Southwest 102 Avenue
Miami. Florida '5.U76
Telephone 235-4951


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Joined by officiating members of Beth
David, women in the thin! adult B'not
Mitzvah class at Beth David Congregation
are (bottom rou. from left I June Siegel.
Sylvia Purisch, Mania Trattler, Lisa Blatt.
Sara Lcritcn: 'middle rou I Fritci Seherr.
Sheila Rosenson, Leni Antenberg, Linda
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Solomon's Restaurant and
Sandwich Shop, already estab-
lished as one of South Florida's
eating and meeting places for
show business and sports stars,
opens under its new name
Monday, April 18. in the Oak-
land Park Shopping Plaza.
Located at 4850 W. Oakland
Park Blvd., adjacent to the
Florida Medical Center and
l.auderdale Lakes Hospital.
Solomon's formerly was the site
of Pumpernik- restaurant in
l.auderdale Lakes.
Roger Dauer, president of
Solomon's. began operating
Pumpernik's when the new
Sunrise Theater opened, and
decided to make the change in
name "to better reflect the food
and atmosphere which we
to maintain."
mund
The Solomon's operation ,
H?..a VIP. *** sen?
cocktails, a
delicatessen,
bake -^
a banquet hall
seat.ng up to 600 persom an?
catering service in additiontotf.
restaurant and coffee Dauer said.
Just minutes aw
the themes of Sold ^i..!
is just off the F Jg
and in the he,: .* e
ing l.auderdale Lakes area which
is close to the i
atmn for Dade. Upward a"nd
Palm Beach courv
Traditional
dinners are featuri
nieht
Fine, Sharon Presby, Joan Weston, li
Mittentag, Nancy Leiitan: /top row) Libbie
Bt man. Judy En teen. Louise Fealk. Louis
Gadon, Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor William
W. Lipson. Sharon Rothberg. Edith
Schneider
Women to Observe B'not Mtzvahs At Area Congregations
^ This weekend, Beth David
Congregation of Miami and
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
will mark the B not Mitzvah of
ral adult women in their
respet tivi o >ns.
BETH DAVID
xs this S
morning IS women, ranging in
I, will cell
ah undi
Sol Lai
-- W Jliam \\
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irt in
the
B noi Mitzvahs
< What .Judaism Means for
'Genuine Faith." '
Women in the third adult
B'not Mitzvah class include June
Siegel, Sylvia Purisch, Marcia
Trattler. Lisa Blatt, Sara
Leviten. Fritzi Seherr, Sheila
Leni Vntenberg,
Linda Fine. Shai .. Joan
Weston, Helen Mittentag, Nancy
l.evii.in. Libbie Berman, Judy
ealk Sh
Rnthbergand
TEMPLE Jl DEA
>n Friday
nple -lude., ol Coral Gabl< -
will call to the adull
women who have completed their
Bat Mitzvah training
Judith Gindy, Zelda Harrison.
F.dna Jacobson, Greta Munach,
Lois Sargent, Thelma Schreiber
and Joanne Waldorf will take
in the April 15service.
The women were directed in
their studies by Mrs Ra\
Herman Temple education
Rabbi Michael B i
w"l [ation in
i and Cantor I line
will chant the liturgj
Politics of Survival at Zion
Dr
ss. r i : Politics
and Publk Vffairs at the t n
Miami, will speak at
Tempi. Zion Fridaj ai
I 'i Shecterman, w ic will
b<
in internal:
n lations, foreign policj and com-
ative politics
Biscayne Federal S & L Assets Up
Vsaets ol Biscayne Federal
Savings and Loan Associ
rpasaed the half-billion
dollar mark, president and board
rman E. Albert Pallot an-
nouni week The publicly-
ssociation. which con-
mutual association
last yi ar, reported asa :-
"' as of March 31.
881 a > ee r
The increaai is I" per-
ing what Pi
ed "a dramatic impro\ement
in busini ss conditions in our
service area of Dade. Broward
and Palm Beach counties
K. of P. Auxiliary
To Meet Monday
The Ladies Auxiliary of
George Gershwin Lodge 196,
Knights of l'ythia< will hold a
meeting on Monday, April > S
p.m. at the Surfside Community
tenter. Surfside.
Mrs Joseph Seglin and Mrs
Abraham Kingerman are
members of the presidium.
\Ioi \.
Hist xdrut (
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Sew 1 ecutivi president of the \ ,
mi::- ; issadorPii
xnd Ben
With imS Clara in i '. att Morrisi
and in.
Mel Feigeles /center), treasurer of B'nai B'rith's Florida State
Association presents Bert Brown 'rightI. chairman of B'nai
B'rith's South Florida Fund-Raising Cabinet, a check for
$2,298 from the association while Malcolm Fromberg I left l.
former chairman of the South Florida Fund-Raising Cabinet
and president-elect of B'nai B'rith's District 5. looks on.
helte Levin fKatzl. who
has performed as a soloist
the Philadelphia
Miami symphonies as well as
with the Boston Pops.
mple
Beth Am on Sunday. Api
>p.m.
Hadar AMW Plans
Donor Luncheon
Hadar Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will hold a
Donor Awards luncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Mondav.
April 25 at noon.
Nat Allen Town and Travel
will sponsor a fashion show Rose
Goldfine and Mollie Schwartz are
cochairmen of the event
bttuariea
Richard Abel Dies,
11-Year MB Resident
Richard J. Abel, 66. passed
away on April 13. resident of
-Miami Beach for 11 vears
Formerly of Columbus. Ohio
philanthropist and Jewish leader
m Columbus and nationally
Funeral services will be held in
Columbus on Fridav. He is
survived by wife. Beatrice: three
daughters, and 13 grandchildren
FIU Offers Dancing
Israeli folk dancing is held in
the Honda International Univer-
sity's House, room 210. even-
Tuesday fron. ':30 p.m.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
-- illder the fictitious name ol
- rER BAIT 4 p
S Dixie Hlgl i v
.......
' i Dade
Coun:.
JOHNC LOESI
Barbara a LOESCH Owner
Apr I IS K 19TI
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICEOF ACTION--------------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION 77-919$
PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTIONOFMARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
Jl'DITHE ALLEN
Petitioner
LARRYR ALLEN
Respondent-Husband
TO LARRY R ALLEN
KaiMU v uouri
}ou LARRY R ALLEN, are hereby
notified that a Petition for Diaaolution of
-ge has been filed against vou
and you are required to ierve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Petition
pLuff.,Ut, !tr rtn at,orn*> RONALD L
FRIED Suite 400-C. 26 South
-oreDme Miarm Honda 33133.
and file the original Answer or Pleading
'"c< Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 6 day of May
ifr. if you fail to do so. judgment by
relief demanded in the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage
ealh'i.Tfc' 5ha" P"0"8""! once
RICHARD P BRKffiS Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County Florida
By B Upps
. Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
RONALD L FRIED
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 400-C 3698 S Bayihore Dr
Miami Florida 33133
306 844 5003
Apr l.g. is. 22. 1BT7
INTHECIRCUITC0URTF0R
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77 2'3J
IN RE ESTATE OF
-.
NOTICEOF ADMIN
To ALL I ; SON
|>K : iBOVI
*TE tND ALI
INTERESTED INTHE -
Vi'l ARE HEREBY N
MIREI : lO iNZ U i
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cult Court for I
t'n ball
W (':.._: rStreel '
The personal repr- of U*
Hector Pii who*
IrcM li 10610 SW .- "
name and address of
representative s atton
below
All persons having i
the eitati
\MTHIN THRKE V S FROM
THE DATE OF Tl
PUBLICATION OF THIS
file with the clerk of tfti
written sutement of ,i- aim or
demand they may ha^>
must be in writing a,-. : n atetlj
basis for the claim the nai and a*
dress of the creditor or i.'Ul
attorney and the tmounl
the claim is not yet du. thi -ihenit
w ill become due shall be stated If UK
claim is contingent or ur.::q laMd Ui
nature of the unctrta
stated If the claim li lei -red. Ui*
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver luffl ~'- "P"*
of the claim to the clerk to enable*
clerk to mail one copy to ea> r persooll
representative
Ul persons interested In the efttttj
w horn a copy of this N >0**
Administration" has beer .--.'d
required. WITHIN THREI '' --
FROM THE DATE OF THE f'"5,1
Pl"BLICATIO.N OF THI? NOTICE.
file any objections the\ mJ 1vj"S
challenge the validity of the >oedenti
UL the quallflcaticr f
representative or the venM <"
jurisdiction of the court. n
ALL CLAIMS DEMAN1 S ANU
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED "Q-1-
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publican n a tj
Notice of Adminiitrauon '-
HECTOR PIO GONZALEZ
-As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Mirella Gc-.-.j a
pKeMed
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Roy W Allman. Eaquire
20SSE8 Street
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33302
Telephone i Miami > W4-417T
i F L i MT-9W9 _, ,.
Apr :i.BM"


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