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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Volume
50 Number 19
Combining THl JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WUKIY
Miami, Florida Friday, May"20,1977
'By m.ii *o cents Three Sections Price 35 Cents
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(Cartoon: Cabor Bcnedek/ Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger)
What's in Future
For Young Jewish
College Students?
NEW YORK-A prominent
social scientist who specializes in
employment trends today urged
American Jewish youth, in the
face of demographic, economic,
and political projections during
the rest of the 1970s and into the
1980s, to engage in "market
rch" before choosing their
careers.
Speaking to a meeting of the
Education Committee of the
American .Jewish Committee on
the eve of its four-day 71st an-
nual meeting at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel here, Dr. Seymour
Weisman warned that there were
a number of negative factors
impacting on the employment of
Jewish youth, including quotas,
their geographical location, and
remaining pockets of job
discrimination. He also noted, in
positive terms, areas in which
Jewish youth can find unique and
expanding career opportunities.
DR. WEISMAN. who has been
executive vice president of the
CCNY Alumni Association for 20
years and has been a long time
member of the CUNY faculty in
political science, predicted that
the number of college graduates
would decline in the months and
years ahead, and that the number
of college graduates available as
replacements or for new job
Continued on Page 15-A


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Brother-Sister Team
To Enter Rabbinate
The first woman in the
United States to serve as a
rabbi, Sally J. Priesand,
was ordained by Hebrew
Union College in 1972. The
first woman invested as a
cantor, Barbara O. Her-
man, is an alumna of HUC,
Class of 1975.
Last year, upon the in-
vestiture as cantor of Mimi
Fnshman, the country had
its first official husband-
wife rabbi-cantor couple.
Cantor Frishman's hus-
band, Louis, is the rabbi of
Temple Beth El in Spring
Valley, N.Y.
NOW THE time is nearing
when the college will have grad-
uated its first brother-sister team
of rabbis. Two such family com-
binations are preparing for the
rabbinate at the college.
One pairing consists of the
Weinbergs of Chicago. Ellen
Weinberg is a third year student
the New York School. Her
brother, Michael, is a second year
Continued on Page 2-A
Europe Has Become
New Carter Country
Ann-Twisting 3-A
Allon Pleased 8-A
Jewish Floridian News Feature
The Economic Summit in
help, the top place in the world's
first superpower. This is of course
false and leads to erroneous
evaluations.
CARTER WAS selected and
London is come and gone, and trained by expert politicians and
President Carter has returned businessmen, he had ample
Opinion
something of a folk hero. This
"simple'' man, as some of the
leaders of the European Eco-
nomic Community called him,
understand they have been
thoroughly captivated, if not
captured, by a superman.
As the opinion magazine. To
\the Point International, opines,
they have seen first-hand that
President Carter is a political
I miracle.
Without any particular
I knowledge, so the story goes, he
took off from the fields of
IGeorgia, to gain, without outside
financial means at his disposal
and a highly qualified team of
collaborators like Prof. Zbigniew
Hrzezinski and Michael
Klumenthal.
His formation was the
achievement of David Rocke-
feller's Trilateral Commission
the capitalists' club which has
the allegiance of 12 members of
today's top U.S. administration.
It was hence possible to presume
what Carter intended to do.
Only his personality remained
little known, and the deeper
Continued on Page 12-A
U.S. Decision to Downgrade
Israel Brings Yes/No Chorus
New Tank 5-A
Loud Denials 8-A
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
A series of developments
with respect to American
military supplies to Israel
since the Carter Admin-
istration took office has
raised fears in Israeli circles
that the U.S. may withhold
weapons to coerce Israel
into accepting its settle-
ment plan for the Middle
East.
The latest manifestation
of this approach was the
State Department's notifi-
cation May 6 that Israel
will not be included on the
top priority list of Amer-
ican arms recipients. That
list includes the NATO
countries and Japan.
ISRAELI circles say the
notification was unwarranted
because Israel never has received
equal or preferential treatment in
weapons systems deliveries,
except for the F-15 jet fighters
which Israel got at the same time
as West Germany. The American
statement therefore did not
represent any change of policy
but could be construed as a form
of pressure, the circles said.
That view gained credibility in
light of what some Israelis see as
a subtle change in the American
military supply relationship with
Israel. The U.S. veto of the sale
of 25 Kfir jet fighters to Ecuador
and the Administration's request
to Congress to pass legislation
that would force countries ex-
porting arms systems which
customer, are seen here as part of
the same pattern.
THE REQUESTED legis-
lation in fact is believed to be
aimed primarily at controlling
Israel's arms industry.
Other disturbing developments
include American technology or
know-how to obtain permission
from Washington even before
approaching a potential
were the Carter Administration's
decision not to honor President
Ford's commitment to sell Israel
Continued on Page 12-A
'Solidarity Sunday' March
Features Stone as Speaker
U.S. Sen. Richard Stone
of Florida will be keynote
speaker at the "Solidarity
Sunday" march for Soviet
Jews on May 22 at 1:30
Miami
p.m., beginning at Lincoln
Road Mall and Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Also participating in the
program, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's South Florida
Conference on Soviet
Jewry, a committee of the
Community Relations
Committee, will be Con-
gressmen Claude Pepper
and William Lehman, as
well as local dignitaries.
AS A member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
and the Commission on Security
and Cooperation in Europe (also
known as the Helsinki Com-
mission), Sen. Stone has been
vigilant in watching over the
rights of Soviet Jews. In his
address, he will highlight
Continued on Page 5-A
Rabbis-to-be: Ellen
and brother Michael.
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Friday, May 13,1977
Friday, May 20.
Who'll Take the Helm?
Due to the lateness of news breaking on Israel's
national election Tuesday, election results as of press time
of The Jewish Floridian will be found on Page 1-B.
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YIGAELYADIN
SHIMON PERES MENACHEM BEGIN
Final Flurry Before the Balloting
Brother-Sister Team
Will Become Rabbis
Continued from Page 1-A
student at Cincinnati.
The others are Karen and
Steven Fox of Fullerton, Calif.
Karen, who is enrolled at the New
York School, is in the fourth year
of her studies; Steven, in
residence at the Los Angeles
School, is a second year student.
ELLEN WEINBERG is des-
tined not only to be a fellow
member of the rabbinate with her
brother but also with a father-in-
law to-be. Her marriage to
James N. Dreyfus is to take place
in September.
He is the son of Dr. A. Stanley
Dreyfus, rabbi of Brooklyn's
Union Temple. James, the pros-
pective bridegroom, is a medical
student at Yale University.
All four students said Reform
summer camp experience in their
younger days spurred their in-
terest in becoming rabbis. Ellen
and Karen said they found sig-
nificant the flexibility of a career
as a rabbi, since opportunities
exist not only in the pulpit but in
organizational and youth work,
as well.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
President Ephraim Katzir urged
all eligible voters to participate in
Tuesday's Knesset elections.
Do not give up this "most
sublime expression of democracy
in Israel," Katzir declared in a
statement released Monday night
as the election campaign neared
its end. Election day was a
national holiday.
THERE ARE 2,236,293
eligibles, and the government is
making every effort to ensure the
largest possible turn out. The
country's 3,380 polling stations
in 17 election regions were open
from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The state provided free trans-
portation to voters who live more
than 11 miles from the nearest
polling station, and the various
political factions offered free
rides to the supporters. A fleet of
buses chartered by the United
Arab list affiliated with the
Labor Alignment carried hun-
dreds of Bedouins from isolated
areas to vote.
AN IDENTITY card was all
that was needed to cast a ballot,
provided that the voter regis-
tered and was on the official list.
Beigin, looking rested aftej
recent heart attack but thl
and older, was in a more jl
mood and seemed to delict
referring to his rival as
friend Shimon."
A GOOD deal of the da
revolved around Israel's relal
with the U.S. Peres claimed I
could not be better and upl
the Alignment's policy of I
ritorial concessions in exchal
for genuine peace with the Ara
He warned that Washint
would not understand a Likl
style Israeli policy.
Beigin, for his part, expreJ
concern over recent remarks]
President Carter and implied
the labor led government w|
blame because it didn't know .
to present Israel's position to|
Americans.
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Labor Alignment, and Likud
leader, Menachem Beigin, was
not believed to have changed
anyone's mind. The debate was
characterized by observers as
gentlemanly, dull, platitudinous,
and generally unenlightening.
The contenders reiterated their
familiar positions on peace, the
territories and Israel's eonomic
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} The Arm-Twisting Routine is 'Go'
The first word in public came
from U.S. President Jimmy
Carter. Less than 48 hours later,
the Israeli Foreign Ministry
echoed what Middle East peace -
seekers have feared all along.
Carter, toasting Jordan's King
Hussein after two days of
productive" White House talks,
forecast that there might be no
new Geneva Conference this year
unless strong possibilities for
substantial achievements" were
on the cards beforehand.
The statement from Jerusalem
read in part: "We think it is
much more dangerous to have a
failure at Geneva than to post-
pone the conference."
CARTER'S pessimistic,
though realistic assessment of
the "wide and long standing
differences" preventing decisive
Middle East peace moves seemed
jalculated to prod Arabs and
Israelis alike into even more
strenuous efforts to get back to
Geneva. First, noted diplomats in
Washington, the President was
speaking both on the eve of the
May 17 Israeli elections and at
the conclusion of his talks with
three Middle East leaders.
In earlier meetings, Carter had
tried to open the Mid-East log-
jam with Egypt's President
Anwar Sadat and Yitzhak Rabin,
then Israeli Prime Minister.
Israel Aids
Arab Country
TEL AVIV-(JTA)-Israel is
aiding an unidentified Arab
country in the field of agriculture.
Israeli Minister of Agriculture
Aharon Uzan disclosed in a talk
last night to farmers near
Natanya. He refused to name the
country.
According to reliable sources, a
senior delegation from that
country visited Israel secretly
two weeks ago as Uzan's guest.
They toured various agricultural
renters in the Minister's car. He
dispensed with his official driver
on that occasion, the sources
said.
They said the visitors were
impressed with Israel's progress
in agriculture and agreed to
accept Israeli assistance in the
field. The nature of the assistance
was not disclosed
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failing which, he said, "it may be
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speech, Shimon Peres had recog-
nized the "formidable barriers"
to a quick solution. Nevertheless,
Peres, in his first major address
since Rabin's departure, thought
that it was "still possible" to
reconvene a peace conference this
year.
One formidable barrier block-
ing the way to Geneva is the
explosive issue of Palestinian
representation at the talks.
According to a White House
spokesman, the U.S. position is
that the Palestinians can be
represented at the talks provided
they recognize Israel's right to
exist.
THE PALESTINIAN Liber-
ation Organization (PLO) refuses
to do so and, for their part, the
Israelis will not negotiate with
the PLO.
This is precisely the kind of
stalemate Carter wants removed
before heading for Switzerland.
And the key probably lies with
Hussein, the stocky Hashemite
king things could prosper if
the Israelis would accept him as a
proxy Palestinian spokesman
and if the Arabs could persuade
the Palestinians to accept the
king.
One of the problems is that
PLO leaders, who have long
regarded Hussein as enemy
number one for driving guerillas
out of Jordan, remain deeply sus-
picious of him following the
embarassing Washington Post
disclosures of CIA payments.
i An angry Carter was forced to
step in hurriedly in February to
stop the payments to the Jor-
danian monarch who allegedly
received "millions of dollarss"
over a 20-year period.
AT THE TIME, the reports
damaged White House efforts,
through Secretary of State Cyrus
Vance, to get the Palestinians as
well as the Israelis to negotiate
through the Jordanian monarch.
The U.S. still appears to have
the backing of Sadat, Saudi
Arabia and Syria's Hafez Assad
for its middleman tactic. But
Assad has since repeated the
charge that Israeli rejection of
Palestinian participation at
Geneva was "a rejection of their
national and legitimate rights."
Observers in Washington say
that if the question of a Pales-
tinian voice at Geneva could be
settled, preliminary discussions
on a Palestinian homeland,
favored by Carter, and on Israel's
"defensible borders" might make
more headway. The word from
the President, however, was that
nothing had been settled. Success
this year, said Carter, "is very
difficult to predict."
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Friday, May 20,1977
The Shavuoth Feast
Shavuoth is known .1^ the Feast of the Weeks, for it
occurs exactly seven weeks after the celebration of
Passover.
\\ hen Jews in South Florida join Other communities
throughout the world in marking the Shavuoth festival
next week, they will he observing one of the most im-
portant celebrations in the Jewish calendar, marking the
accepting by Moses of the Ten Commandments from the
Hand of God.
The Tablets of the Law have served as the cor-
nerstone of our ethical and moral way of life from time
immemorial.
Out of its precepts have sprung the encompassing
aspects of the Torah at large, as well as the philosophical
principles of all our religious literature.
Shavuoth, also a symbol of the spring season and
fertility, thus establishes a framework for one of the truly
happy and meaningful celebrations in Jewish history.
The Jews, wandering in the desert after the exodus
from Kgypt, thus became "chosen" in the highest sense of
the word. Purified by their wanderings in a wasteland,
prepared for their return to the Holy Land, they were
given the Word from on High the moral code of human
behavior upon which all of mankinds I>est impulses have
since rested.
'Solidarity Sunday'
"Solidarity Sunday" march for Soviet Jewry this
weekend will demonstrate South Florida's participation in
an international movement aimed at highlighting the
anguish of the captive Jewish community in the Soviet
Union.
There are several misconceptions about Soviet Jews.
One is that they, alone, want to leave their life of Com-
munist oppression. Great non-Jewish dissidents, like
Andrei Sakharov and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. paying
high praise to the determination of their Jewish country-
men to leave, are also symbolic of the fact that the issue of
travail in Russia ought not Ik- regarded as a Jewish one
alone, but as a human one.
This would give added credence to the Jewish plea for
release.
Another misconception is that an inordinate number
of Soviet Jews leave on the pretext of going to Israel, but
then opt out for freedom in other western lands.
The fact is that, as consistent violators of the
Helsinki agreements which they signed, the Soviet solons
make it mandatory for anyone seeking a visa to announce
Israel as his destination, the object on the part of the
Kremlin being to "show" the rest of the world that those
who question Soviet policy those who lay their lives on
the line to oppose it are "Zionists" by definition, hence
"unpatriotic" either to Russia or to Israel.
"Solidarity Sunday" will show our community's
identification with their unfortunate brethren and our
community's repudiation of the despicable Soviet propa-
ganda libels. U.S. Sen. Richard Stone, an impassioned
spokesman for President Carter's human rights campaign,
will l>e an ideal guest speaker for this important occasion.
The War of Nerves
The Carter Administration's relations with Israel as
of late seems to be that of a friend who scares someone
with a heart problem into nearly having a cardiac arrest
and then at the last moment revives him with a shot of
adrenalin. Washington has been doing this by issuing
statements that frighten the Israelis and then, when
Jerusalem is in the heat of anxiety, calming the situation.
Could this be a new type of relationship?
Take the week President Carter spent in Europe, for
example. No sooner did the President leave for London
than a State Department official called in the Israeli
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz and told him that Israel will
no longer get preferred status in receiving American arms.
This rightfully riled Israeli leaders, as well as the
American Jewish community for several days.
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The Danger in Our Withdrawing
IT WAS inevitable that we
should he pushing F.urope more
vigorously than before to take
increasing charge of its own
defenses. That is what President
Carter did at the London con
ference of the European Eco-
nomic Community
There are many reasons lor our
purpose The largest, of course, is
the economic burden we have
borne to maintain a militarily
viable force on the continent
against constant Russian
posturings at the same time that
the Europeans, themselves, have
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up our first line of defense, say, in
Germany rather than on thi
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Still, it has been a constant
source ot irritation to us that
while we have spent oui
into astronomic debt maintaining
an at-the-ready fighting machine. "^
the Europeans (and Japan
who undeniably benefit from il.
have instead directed their efforts
to the achievement of a kind ol
industrial progress that leaves us
breathless with its competitive
daring.
They have been free of the
burden of supporting a large and
sophisticated military Structure,
relying instead on us to do bo for
them, at the same time that thev
have also been relatively free u>
clobber us in the international
marketplace.
INFLATION has taken its,ii
on us a dangerous toll and
now more than ever it seems
fitting that President Carter
should tell the F.uropeans and the
Japanese that their free ride must
In'gin to come to an end.
If we heard no excessive wails
of protest at the summit, it is
liecause the Europeans and the
.Japanese are themselves falling
increasing victim to inflation.
Some of the reasons for this are
the same as for our own inflation,
some are different, but the in-
flationary impact is as
deleterious either way.
FOR THE first time sin,,.
World War II, this is especially
true in West Germany, and soa
Carter call to arms seems a
sudden relief there, much ,i^ it
Continued on Page 13-A
Bar Mitzvah Festivity a 'Plus'
Friday. May 20, 1977
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3 SI VAN 573"
Number 19
The last time I wrote about
Bar Mitzvah was in 1972, and I
doubt that I would be doing so
again had it not been for a recent
meeting when a synagogue func-
tionary commented that at his
child centered institution (lucky
place!) they were already
"booking'* dates for the
ceremony in 1983.
Well, perhaps "the ceremony,''
if it refers to the Sabbath service,
is not the exact wording.
Parental concern about the date,
we synagogue functionaries
suspect, has less to do with the
13th birthday of the child just
reaching for seven years of age
than with the assurance that the
social hall will be available on the
preferred date.
ANY suspicion that an astro-
loger may have been consulted or
that the date requested would
permit reading zayda's portion
does not even enter the mind of
those responsible for the traffic
engineering. It's all cynically
attributed to the social aspects of
the rite of passage.
Five years ago, I evidenced my
own hostility to this fitual of
American (and if you saw the ex-
cellent BBC film on Channel 2,
English) Jewry with a column
describing a Miami Beach
family's celebration of the rite
which created international
notice.
As the London Chronicle wrote
under the headline, "Conspic-
uous ": "Ah. what a Bar Mitzvah
that must have been, with ex-
kings, ex-kings' wives, ex-
ambassadors, an ex-president's
son and a whole Miami syna-
gogue choir flown over expressly
for the ceremony at the Western
Wall!"
THAT KIND of safari I still
hold to be over kill. But I have
mellowed to the extent that I now
regard the festivities attending
the 13th birthday of a young miss
or lad as not only essential but
quintessential. About bar bat
mitzvah, I doubt that I can say
the same in all honesty.
As the boy in the film said, the
minimal religious requirements
really could be performed
"standing on my head." While he
proved this in the park, I have a
suspicion that under some cir-
cumstances he could do it on the
bimah as the flashbulbs
brightened the scene and few
present would notice anything
odd.
The rabbis who weekly must
gently exhort the strangers who
fill the sanctuary to look at the
siddur and try to concentrate on
the order of the service in the face
of the conversations out there
have given up, I believe, in an
effort to make some religious or
educational sense from the
custom.
JUST ABOUT this time of the
year four years ago Conser-
vative laymen under the aegis of
the Institute of Jewish Living of
the United Synagogue of
America agreed that the rite had
been overplayed in the syna-
gogue, that it had become more
the end of Jewish education than
the beginning it should be-in
too many cases vulgarized.
Some of the recommendations
that came out of the conference
included raising the Bar Mitzvah
age to 16 or 17; that the ritual of
the 13 year old be accepted as a
chronological event after five
years of attending religious
school and that the Bar Mitzvah
be granted upon completion of
the high school program.
Not only did the idea die in the
Conservative movement four
years ago, but Bar Mitzvah as an
important ritual at 13 has been
emphasized to greater degrees in
once hostile or neutral Reform
synagogues.
IF IT does nothing else, a Los
Angeles study several years ago
revealed, the Bar Mitzvah brings
families into the synagogue and
the mainstream of Judaism if
only for a few years of those
sampled, most had joined on a
"temporary basis" for that
purpose.
It is not surprising, then,
according to the study, "for
many families, the stress and
tension associated with the cele-
bration of Bar Mitzvah appears
to have crystallized into per-
manent feelings of hostility
toward the rabbis and syna-
gogues where the ceremony took
place."
We'll leave that to the psy-
chologists to figure that out. and
it shouldn't be difficult.
As I wrote earlier, I have
mellowed. My early days were
not very religious ones, but they
were filled with what I now call
"Jewish Joy." There wasn't a
weekend, I recall with nostalgia if
not with accuracy, that our large
mishpocha and friends weren't
together for some simcha. From
bris to pidyon ha-ben, chumash
seudah to Bar Mitzvah, the festi-
vals, the holidays (not "holy"),
engagements and weddings (we
kids always participated who
knew babysitters?), funerals and
unveilings, my stomach was
filled with ar6us (chick peas) and
mandel brot.
SO WHAT if Bar Mitzvah
really has no educational value.
There's always the party, and if it
can be kept at as understated a
level as the average 13 year
old's Jewish educational attain-
ment that day, perhaps we can
look upon the whole thin;-
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Shavuoth's Rich, Varied History
Shavuoth, which begins at
sundown May 22. has a rich and
varied history. According to
most Biblical texts, it is an agri-
cultural festival celebrating the
beginning of the summer fruit
harvest and the wheat harvest.
In Biblical times it was marked
by the bringing of special sacri-
fices to the Temple. Every male
was obliged to make a pilgrimage
to tin' place where God was wor-
shipped" (probably Jerusalem!
and I here to rejoice before the
Lord.
Rabbinic tradition connects
the festival of Shavuoth to the
date when God revealed Himself
to the ancient Israelites at Mount
Sinai: the Israelites were freed
from slavery on the l"'th of
Nisan, and six weeks later, on the
first of Sivan, they arrived at the
foot of Mount Sinai.
MOSES ASCENDED the
mountain to receive instructions
for the impending revelation.
Preparations for the great event
lasted almost a week, On the
sixth of Sivan. when all was
ready, God spoke to Moses and
to the people, revealing to them
the Ten Commandments, liver
since then, according to this
tradition, Jews have celebrated
Shavuoth as iman matan
torataynu, the anniversary ol the
giving of the Torah.
In modern Israel, the two
aspects of Shavuoth, the agri
cultural and the historical, are

- JDL Forces Philly MD
To Quit Einstein Hospital
By BRIAN LI PS ITZ
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) A hospital radiologist.
who has been accused of being a member of the Hitler Youth
Group in his early teens, has resigned from the staff of Albert
Einstein Medical Center. Northern Division.
The Jewish Defense League, which had been conducting a
campaign to oust him from the hospital, took credit for his
resignation.
DR. HORST GUNTER SEYDEL has complained that he
has received a steady stream of gruesome Holocaust
photographs in the mail, and has been getting harassing phone
rails late at night demanding his dismissal. Since last winter.
the JDL has picketed his home and the Einstein Hospital.
Headlines
"His resignation has been greeted with a sense of outrage
bv the staff." said a spokesman lor the Jewish-funded hospital,
which has a predominantly Jewish medical stall. There is no
evidence Seydcl participated in any wrongdoing in his youth.
according to hospital administrators.
Helore Seydel joined the hospital in 197."). which was
"Vstjililishitl in 1866 by Jewish charities, he was investigated by
a i biee-member commit tee ol physicians.
"THE COMMITTEE found no evidence to substantiate
alh-giilions ol his participating in terror campaigns and
unanimously recommended support for his application," said a
hospital spokesman. At least two <>l the doctors on that coin-
mil lee are Jew ish.
Nevertheless. Ed Ifiiinnv. executive director ol the
Philadelphia JDL. said. -The Hitler Youth destroyed Jewish
business, killed people, threw rocks at elderly Jewish men The)
wore murderers. The) were old enough to know what they were
doing."
RAMOV ADDED: "We have no proof of his direct par-
ticipation, but we are just saying let him work in another
hospital, not a Jewish hospital It is a desecration to the
-memories of six million Jews."
Israelis Develop 56-Ton
Merkava Tank Weapon
TEL AVIV-UTAI-Israel
has developed.successfully tested
and is now producing a new 56 -
ton tank which is. in many ways,
revolutionary in design, it was
disclosed officially. The tank,
known as the Merkava (Chariot),
"^.-x'sents an unusually low sil-
houette making it a difficult
target even for sophisticated an-
ti-tank missiles and affords maxi-
mum protection for its crew,
according to the descriptions just
released.
The new tank carries special
equipment against chemical war-
fare. It is hermetically sealed and
carries an air conditioning
system.
THE MERKAVA has been
tested on the Golan Heights and
in the Sinai rocky and sandy
regions, respectively and is
now on the production line
although it has not been
delivered yet to the armored
forps. The development of such a
tank by Israel has long been
rumored in professional pub-
lications, including the American
Armed Forces Journal. Confir-
mation that it exists was made
only after President Carter
promised last week that the U.S.
will continue to assist Israel to
manufacture weapons for its
defense.
The Merkava is driven by a 900
hp American made engine
manufactured by Teledyne
Continental Motors. Otherwise it
represents an entirely Israeli con-
ception and design that has been
in the making for seven years and
is credited to Gen. (Res.) Israel
Tal, the former armored corps
commander who directed the
giant tank battles of the Yom
Kippur War.
THE MERKAVA is heavier
than the American Patton tank,
the British Centurion or the
Russian T-62. It is armed with a
105 mm. cannon which gives it
fire power equal to that of any
other tank but it is said to have
greater mobility. Its flat turret
makes for the lowest silhouette of
any known tank. Its engine is in
the front, allowing for a rear
escape hatch for its crew, a revo-
lutionary safety feature. The
Merkava normally will carry a
four man crew
celebrated with great excitement
even by the non-religious. The
climate is at its most glorious.
The cold, rainy season has come
to an end. The skies are now-
cloudless, the days warm, but not
hot. and the ground, watered by
the winter rains, is covered by a
rarrx't of green.
Almost every agricultural
settlement in Israel prepares to
celebrate the harvest festival,
first fruits of every crop are
decorated and brought before the
members of the settlement. A
huge parade, which includes first
bom children and first born ol the
settlement's animals. winds
around the assembled throng.
Verses from the Bible are read
Songs, ancient and modern are
sung, and dances based on
Biblical themes are performed.
IN THE cities, the major
celebration takes place on the
evening before Shavuoth. In
almost every neighborhood,
homes are set aside for the study
of s|M'cial sections of the Bible.
Sometimes the neighborhood
rabbi, bill more often an educated
layman, leads (he session. Study
usually begins at midnight and
continues until dawn. Then
prayers of thanksgiving are
recited, and the Ten Command-
ments are read from the Torah
scroll. ^
In Jerusalem it is the custom
for people from each neighbor-
hood to finish their studies
approximately an hour before
dawn. Then, almost all begin to
walk toward the Western Wall.
There, at the exact moment of
sunrise, tens of thousands relive
the experience of Sinai and
reaffirm the faith of their fathers
bv reciting "HearO Israel, the
Lord our God. the Lord is One."
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SEN. STONE
Book. ,5-A
Stone Will
Address
Rally Here
Continued from Pane 1-A
Russian Jews who are imprisoned
under charges considered in the
west to be specious.
Sen. Stone will also discuss the
e\ idence of official Soviet anti-
Semitism and the increasingly
pogrom atmosphere which Sov iet
officials are inflicting upon the
USSR's Jewish population, in
addition to discussing the
specific cases of Anatoly
Sharansky and losif Bejun, as
well as the lack of Soviet com-
pliance with the Helsinki
Vgreement.
THE HELSINKI accord was
signed by 35 nations, including
the Soviet Union, and clearly
states that the right of any in-
dividual to leave one's country,
including his own. is an inter-
nationally recognized human
right upheld by international law.
Sharansky in Moscow
NEW YORK (JTA)
Despite a report last weekend
from the official Soviet news
agency Tass that Anatoly
Sharansky, the Soviet Jewish
activist, was charged with "being
a spy for the United States, the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry reported that he is still
being held in Moscow's notorious
Lefortovo Prison pending com-
pletion of an investigation
against him by Soviet author-
ities Sharansky was jailed last
nonth follow ing accusal ions that
ii worked for the Central Intel
igence \gencj
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By NORMA A. OROVITZ
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
God has recently gone into the
publishing business and the
exterminating business and the
pool-cleaning business. Or so it
seems to Paul H. Seely, founder
of the Christian Yellow Pages
(CYP). "It was by a call from
Cod in 1973 that the CYP were
begun ... It was by a divine
promise and the sovereignty of
God that the CYP have now
burst forth across this nation."
What has proliferated in 19
cities, to date, has been a tele-
phone and advertising directory
devoted exclusively to local busi-
nessmen and women who are
born-again Christians and who
will swear and sign a testament
to that effect in order to ad-
vertise.
ACCORDING to a Statement
by Paul H. Seeley." the CYP is a
"vineyard" where born-again
laborers, advertisers and con-
sumers can work to "better
present Him (Jesus Christ) to the
world."
What is presented, however, is
a hastardization of the free enter-
prise system and a perversion of
the American scene by injection
of irrelevant religious dogma into
the marketplace
mill""............tmmiliHHS.
OIDIS
YELL
PACf
Edward Shasek is a Christian
Hollywood stockbroker who dis-
covered an unsolicited copy of the
CYP hanging on the doorknob of
his home in a predominantly
Jewish neighborhood. Finding
the publication "discriminatory."
he wrote his first-ever letter of
objection to the local publisher
with copies sent to The Jewish
Floridian and Miami Herald.
HAVING lived in a Jewish
milieu all his Presbyterian life, he
was "frankly embarrassed" by a
Christian publication so "un-
christian" in nature.
In a reply to Shasek s letter,
Jack Morrill, regional director
and franchisee of the Miami-Dade
CYP. states "that because of our
belief in Christ-like principles, the
merchants in CYP will render
honest goods and services."
The implication, of course, is
that the obverse is true that is
to be a non-born-again Christian
(which includes Jews, Catholics.
Moslems and main-line
Protestants) is to be unable to
provide honest goods and ser-
vices.
The CYP for Miami-Dade is a
24-page opus (including covers).
On page seven, the reader is en-
couraged to "Believe in the Lord
Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be
saved, and thy house" and to
patronize Hurricane Awning
Shutter Company. Florida
National Bank at Coral Gables
and Holsum Bakery.
THESE VARIOUS and
sundry businesses are not the
only firms advertising to increase
sales. The CYP, working in the
holy vineyard of the Lord, is not
above mundane advertising
either.
In December of 1976. UHFCh.
I") (W'HFT) ran a commercial for
1 he CYP from a paying client
the CYP. After encouraging
viewers to fill a commercial need
with a CYP advertiser, the an-
nouncer concluded that there's
something reassuring about
doing business with a fellow-
Christian, a man whose commit-
ment to Christ demands that he
give you his best at the fairest
price."
Contacted by Arthur Teitle-
baum, Southern regional director
of the Anti-Defamation League.
W'HFT general manager Charles
Thomas was sincerely aghast at
the disparaging nature of the
misinterpretation
ACCORDING to Teitlebaum.
disparaging misinterpretations
are the least concern with the
Sowing direct s<
discrimination." he said the CYP
is a "divisive force in our com-
munity" which by its ex-
clusionary nature might create
inter-group religious hostility.
To prevent possible hostility,
the ADL is considering ap-
propriate legal action on a
national level.
IxK-ally. Teitlebaum assesses
the Miami-Dade CYP as having
had "negligible impact." In
smaller, less secure communities,
however, Jewish businessmen
might just be more vulnerable.
IT WOULD seem that com-
munities are not the only
vulnerable targets. In Miami, the
CYP advertiser does not neces-
sarily have to be the company's
owner, president or chairman of
the board. Paid employees,
signing a born-again statement,
can and have advertised their
firm's name without permission
of their employer. In just such a
predicament was a well-known
Jewish insurance executive, who
requested anonymity in exchange
for an interview.
One of his employees had
advertised in the 1976 CYP
directory. As the company name
is the executive's name, the im-
plication was one of official sanc-
tion and personal approval. In
spit* of the disclaimer in the
"CYP Concept" on the frontis-
piece that not all advertisers and
employers are Christians, the un-
authorized use of the firm name
is, at the very least, questionable.
Informed of his unwitting
participation in the CYP. the
insurance executive was in-
credulous and "upset" and spoke
to the individual agent to prevent
further advertising in the CYP.
(The company is not listed in the
1977 edition.)
THE EMPLOYEE, on the
other hand, belligerently
maintained that the CYP ad was
non-discriminatory, and
"besides, it didn't help me." Ap-
proached by a mutual friend of
his and Jack Morrill's. the agent
placed the ad for a two-fold
purpose; "to support other
Christians" and to increase
the volume of his own business.
So much for working in the vine-
yard of the Lord.
Whatever the motives of CYP
advertisers, the results are clear.
In various American cities
lnotably not in the Northeast).
established church groups and
sensitve Christians have labeled
the CYP and other Christian
business directories (there is
already competition) as
rican ideals.
n Dallas, the controversy
forced an addition to the "CYP
Concept" printed at the direc-
tory's front. Added to the ex-
planation was "We know there
are many competent Jewish and
non-Christian business firms in
the city, and we heartily endorse
their professional ethics. All
things being equal, we hope you
will enjoy doing business with
our advertisers."
WHETHER or not Jack
Morrill is forced into that
apologia makes little difference.
The fact remains that, unlike the
Jewish Yellow Pages, which
advertises, at no cost, goods and
services of a Jewish nature rather
than Jewish business people, the
CYP encourages religious dis-
crimination in the business
sphere by requiring religious
testaments as a prerequisite for
business transactions.
How far afield is a Jewish
business boycott? There is
already an international Israeli
boycott so the presumption is not
necessarily paranoid. How far
away are religious prerequisites
in other areas of American life?
IN AN ADL fact-finding
report, it is noted that "Hitler's
campaign against the Jews
began, in the early thirties, with a
boycott of Jewish stores and es-
calated thereafter ..."
"The CYP Concept" closes
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Friday, May 20,1977
Vance Assures Allon on U.S. Friendship
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon indicated May
12 that his country's recent
concern over perceived
changes in the American
approach to Middle East
peace negotiations and the
U.S. Israel military
supply relationship has
been laid to rest.
At a press conference
here before returning to
Israel, Allon said he had
received firm assurances on
these matters from Secre-
tary of State Cyrus Vance
at their luncheon meeting
at the U.S. Embassy May
11.
HE DESCRIBED the meeting
as "most useful and friendly."
Allon said the U.S. stood by its
Allon Pleased With U.S. Stand
JKRUSALEM (JTA) The government ex-
pressed relief this week following strong statements by
President Carter and Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
reaffirming the "special security relationship" that exists
between the United States and Israel.
FOREIGN MINISTER Yigal Allon told the Cabinet
at its last session before Election Day. that Israel could
justly feel "satisfied" with developments over the past
few days.
Allon was referring to Carter's letter of last Thursday
to Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D., Minn.), chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Aid, in which
he said, "I recognize the special responsibility the United
States has toward Israel and the particular consideration
that must be given to our military arms and coproduction
arrangements with Israel."
Vance, that U.S. military sup-
plies to Israel "were enough to
make the NATO countries and
Japan. But Allon said, after his
attitude toward the Palestine
Liberation Organization. He said
Vance agreed fully that the PLO
"could not even be contacted" as
long as it clings to its basic
objective to destroy Israel.
He also said that Vance had
stressed that the U.S. could not
impose a settlement in the
Middle East and that the special
relationship with Israel would
continue with respect to military
supplies. Doubts were raised in
that area when Israel learned
that it was not on the top priority
list of nations receiving American
military equipment.
These include the NATO
countries and Japan. But Allon
said, after his meeting with
meeting with Vance, that U.S.
military supplies to Israel "were
enough to make the NATO
countries envious." He men-
tioned specifically that the U.S.
will supply Israel with F-16
fighter aircraft "promised in
writing long ago." He added,
"No pressure has been felt in
Israel until now."
REVIEWING his discussions
with Vance, Allon told reporters
that the U.S. stands by the
position that a settlement of the
Mideast conflict must be nego-
tiated by the parties to it. If the
U.S. came out publicly with a
formula of its own, "it will be
contrary to the clear cut assur-
ances by Mr. Vance that the U.S.
Rabin Says Carter
Gave Syria's Assad
'Too Much' Ground
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabir.
said that he thought President
Carter gave "too much" at his
meeting with Syrian President
Hafez Assad in Geneva and that
he was worried about certain
recent developments between
Israel and the U.S.
Rabin made his remarks to an
Israel Radio reporter during an
electioneering tour of Galilee. It
was one of the few public state-
ments by Rabin since he officially
went on vacation Apr. 22.
HE SAID he had an uneasy
feeling while he watched the
Carter Assad meeting on
television. "I cannot recall that
President Assad asked (Soviet
Communist Party Secretary
Leonid) Brezhnev to meet him
half way, say in Belgrade," Rabin
said.
He was referring to the tact
that Carter agreed to meet Assad
in Geneva instead of in Washing-
ton where he. President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt and King
Hussein of Jordan had journeyed
to meet Carter.
Rabin indicated that he was
disturbed by the proposal to deny
Israel preferred nation status
with respect to American arms
supplies. He noted that Carter
has yet to approve the proposal
and said he hoped he would reject
it.
HE ALSO said he hoped that
other Arab leaders would not get
any erroneous impressions from
the Carter Assad meeting.
Meanwhile, political sources
here have taken sharp issue with
Carter's statement after his
meeting with Assad that all
Middle East leaders have ac-
cepted the general concept that
demilitarized zones and defense
outposts should be established as
part of a Middle East peace
agreement.
The sources said that defense
outposts were no substitute for
defensible borders. They said it
would be regretable if Carter
accepted such conditions from
the Arabs.
does not intend to do so," the
Israeli diplomat said. He added,
however, that the U.S. reserved
the right to initiate proposals
privately with the parties.
Allon warned that any country
that wants to help settle the
Middle East conflict should
refrain from advancing a plan of
its own. He maintained that the
"ill fated" Rogers Plan and the
initiative by Gunnar Jarring, the
former special United Nations
envoy to the Middle East, were
i causes of the stalemate before the
1973 Yom Kippur War.
Asked about President Car-
ter's references to the need for a
"Palestinian homeland" during
his meeting with Syrian Presi-
dent Hafez Assad in Geneva,
Allon recalled that in his speech
in Clinton, Mass., last March,
Carter has described the Pales-
tinians as "refugees" and said
that the question of their "home-
land" should be addressed to the
Arab countries.
THE PRESIDENT also ex
eluded the PLO from nego-
tiations by saying that these
should take place between
sovereign states. Allon said that
position was underlined by Vance
May 11 who said a Palestinian
"homeland" was a matter for
negotiation between the parties.
"We hope that it will be settled
in the context of a peace agree-
ment with our eastern neighbor"
(Jordan) Allon said. Allon agreed
with the view stated by Carter
that the Geneva conference
should not be resumed without
the most careful advance
preparations because it would be
better to postpone it than have it
end in failure.
He said he could not predict
when the Geneva talks would be
resumed. He recalled the armis-
tice negotiations between Israel
and Egypt after the Yom Kippur
War as an example that impor-
tant talks could take place else-
where than Geneva.
VANCE, after his meeting
with Allon, said the U.S. would
adhere to "our special relation-
ship" with Israel and denied that
Washington would impose a
Mideast settlement or alter its
arms supply to Israel's detri-
ment. Vance was speaking in the
presence of Allon after a lengthy
luncheon meeting at the United
States Embassy.
Allon told reporters that he
regarded Vance's statement as "a
very positive definition of the
United States role." Vance dis-
counted "speculation" about
Arab plans for a Palestinian
West Bank state in exchange for
Israeli recognition by the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.
Vance said "no specific
proposals have been made by
either side at this time,"
although he said he hoped that at
a later date there would be
specific proposals. Nor did the
United States intend to come out
with a plan of its own, but was
intent on using its good offices to
help promote a settlement, he
said.
ON REPORTS that Israel
would cease to receive "prefer-
ential" treatment on arms
supplies, Vance said the "sped
relationship" with the Jewish
State would continue, since the
Carter Administration was
"committed to the security of
Israel." The U.S. would make
sure Israel received the defense
articles she required, including
advanced technology items,
Vance stated. Asked to define
"special relationship" Vance
said:
"We were at the outset of
Israel's birth one of those who
helped to bring it into being. We
have been very close to Israel.
We share the same values and we
share the same hopes and
aspirations."
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Friday. May 20.1977
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Scholar Will Herberg is Memorialized
An exhibit relating to the
career of WU1 Herberg, the
Jewish scholar and social
philosopher who died in a
Chatham nursing home on Mar.
. now on display at Drew
l niversity in Madison, N.J.
Herberg taught at Drew from
until his retirement last
spring.
The exhibit, which will remain
on view through Aug. 31 in the
library lobby, includes corres-
pondence, articles, photographs.
at Grossinger, N.Y., last week.
Declaring that although or-
ganized American Jewry the
synagogue and the fund-raising
structure have reached more
Mews than any other community
has ever done, "Bernstein said
that "both have also failed
because they have failed to reach
the other million Jews, more
Jews than ever before in
history."
Solomon Greenfield has been
Jewish Organization Scene
and one of his favorite pieces of
art. in addition to books.
Jerusalem is the capital of
Israel, and it is time that the
I'nited States recognize it as
such." Bernice S. Tannenbaum.
president of Hadassah, said in a
statement commemorating the
Kith anniversary of Jerusalem's
reunification.
"We call upon the Carter
Administration to move the
United States Embassy from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem. Jerusalem is
not only Israel's political capital
but it is its ancient, historic, spir-
itual and cultural capital."
Former Vice President Nelson
A. Rockefeller has called for a
"just and lasting" peace in the
Middle East that would assure
the existence of the State of
Israel.
"It must be a peace that
persuades both Arabs and Jews
to invest in plowshares and not
weapons," Rockefeller said upon
accepting the first World
Covenant of Peace Award, pre-
sented to him by the Synagogue
Council of America in New York.
Dr. Morton K. Blaustein,
chairman-elect of the National
Executive Council of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, has an-
nounced the establishment of the
Hilda Katz Blaustein Leadership
Development Program, having as
its principal purpose the develop-
ment of leaders for the American
Jewish Committee.
The program was created in
honor of the 85th birthday of
Mrs. Hilda Blaustein, Dr.
Blaustein's mother, and the
widow of Jacob Blaustein, the
industrialist and philanthropist,
who died in 1970. An endowment
grant of $250,000 was provided
by members of the family, plus
an additional $50,000 to fund the
first five years' activities of the
program.
Lester Pollack, executive vice
president of Loew's Corporation,
has been selected as general com-
mittee chairman of the first
Yonatan Netanyahu Memorial
Award Dinner which will honor
former President Gerald R. Ford
at the Waldorf Astoria in June 9,
p* it was announced in New York by
Herb Brody, president of the
Greater New York Region of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
The dinner will commemorate
the sacrifice made by Lt. Col.
Yonatan Netanyahu, the 30-year-
old Hebrew University student
who lost his life during the Israeli
rescue mission at Entebbe in
July, 1976.
"Thunder from the pulpit" is
more needed today than ever
before in the history of American
Jewry to bring back to active
participation in Jewish life one
million of its two million Jewish
* families. This was the message
brought to the 600 Conservative
rabbis attending the 77th annual
convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly by Irving Bernstein,
executive vice chairman of the
National United Jewish Appeal
named assistant executive
director of the Jewish Welfare
Board, it was announced this
week by JWB Executive Vice
President Arthur Rotman.
A member of JWB's staff since
1971, when he was appointed a
Community consultant for the
Southern area, Greenfield served
as director of personnel services
since 1974. In addition, he was
Richard Maass, of White
Plains, N.Y., an investment
management specialist,
former Mayor of White Plains,
and a nationally prominent
figure in Jewish affairs, was
elected 17th president of the
American Jewish Committee
as the organization concluded
its 71st annual meeting at the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New
York.
consultant to seven Metropolitan
City Jewish Community Centers.
George B. Falk. industrialist
and philanthropist, was guest of
honor at the 79th anniversary
national banquet of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America.
Harold M. Jacobs, UOJC
president, announced that Falk,
who serves as the UOJC
treasurer, would be presented
with the UOJC Kether Shem Tov
Award (Crown of the Good
Name) at the gala event last
Sunday at the New York Hilton
Hotel.
House Majority Leader Jim
Wright (D.. Tex.) delivered a
major address before over 1,000
lay and rabbinic leaders from
across the continent.
Prof. Zalman Schachter of
Temple University and Prof.
Henry Feingold of the City Uni-
versity of New York will deliver
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annual convention of the Recon-
itructionist Federation of Con-
gregations and Havurot and the
Jewish Reoonstructionist Foun-
dation from May 26 to 29.
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lew,"
Shifts in Jewish religious
life," "Jewish family planning.
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our Youth." "Debate within the
American Jewish Community."
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American Zionist Federation will
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the Central Conference of Amer-
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Grossinger's in Grossinger, N.Y.
In making the announcement.
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president, of Cleveland, Ohio,
said that attending the con-
vention will be more than 500
delegates representing 1.300
Reform rabbis who serve a
million Jews in the U.S., Canada
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Krwiav. Mav 13. 1977
nucleaR BomBS an6 a U.S.-QeRman Conf Rontation
ByTHEOSOMMER
A bevy of time bombs are
ticking away in the undergrowth
of ties between this country and
the United States, and one of
them is equipped with a nuclear
warhead.
Will the Carter administration
demonstrate sufficient patience
and circumspection to defuse this
volatile package or will stubborn-
ness and an "I told you so"
outlook send the balloon up?
AFTER MEETING Carter,
Willy Brandt did, of course, say
llml he rated the prospects
highly, all things considered.
lionn Foreign Minister Hans-
Die trich (ienscher likewise
announced, on his return from an
nil i he-cuff visit to Washington,
t ii.it (here would definitely be no
ouble.
Participants in the joint
gathering at Princeton will also
have found it tempting to Feel
thai relations between this
country and the United Stales
are reassuringly harmonious, bill
the fact of the matter is that ties
between Monn and Washington
are in the throes of a crisis
Bonn Defense Minister Georg
l.elr feels the Americans have
pulled the ool over his eyes in
armaments cooperation. and
rightly so where the Leopard
tank is concerned.
IN ECONOMIC policy.
President Carter and Chancellor
Schmidt are poles apart in the
aspects to which they attach
particular importance.
THERE IS more to U.S.
objections to Bonn's nuclear deal
with Brazil than the aspects so
far outlined, needless to say.
President Carter's associates do
not merely want to dissuade this
country from exporting allegedly
sensitive equipment.
U.S. arguments are not
rendered any the more credible
by being fielded mainly by
political scientists rather than by
nuclear specialists.
This is not to say that they
may not be right, but they ought
not to try to force their views
upon us. This country must be
allowed to freely formulate its
own viewpoint, taking its own
requirements into account.
There can be no question of
another country imposing a
ruling on us, nor yet of President
Carter making common cause
with left-wing opponents of
nuclear power.
Carter, despite his mild and
courteous manner, was ab-
solutely determined on this
point.
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h o we ver, profo u nd I y
philosophical, not In say
theological, and correspondingly
difficult to bridge. Both sides
agree that proliferation ot nuclear
arms must be forestalled .1 1,11 is
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The two countries are heading
towards a particularly
devastating collision on atoms
for peace, and recent diplomatic
feelers have signalled no change
in this respect.
The foremost bone of con-
tention in respect to nuclear
policy is this country's deal with
Brazil, comprising the sale of not
only eight light-water power
reactors, but also uranium
enrichment plant and an in-
stallation for reprocessing spent
fuel rods.
THE AMERICANS are dead
set against this hand-over of the
entire nuclear fuel cycle. U.S.
government officials may have
approved of the deal with Brazil
at the London meeting of the
suppliers' club and the Inter-
national Atomic Energy Agency
in Vienna, But the Carter ad-
ministration will now hear
nothing of any such approval.
Washington is calling for what
Mr. Carter demanded during his
election campaign an embargo
on the sale to Brazil of sensitive
technology, especially
reprocessing plant producing
plutonium that could be used to
manufacture nuclear warheads.
The President has written to
Helmut Schmidt reiterating this
demand in no uncertain terms
and Willy Brandt, the Bonn
Social Democrat leader, returned
from Washington persuaded that
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substantial!) as to what 1- likely
to encourage or discourage
proliferation.
Views differ in three respects:
FIRST. Bonn is relying on
binding assurances given by the
United States following
protracted negotiations leading
up to the non-proliferation
treaty.
On May 15, 1968, for instance,
the U.S. government assured
Bonn that "there are no grounds
whatever for anxiety lest the
(non-proliferation) treaty im-
poses bans or limitations on non-
nuclear states with regard to the
possibility of them developing
their capabilities in nuclear
science and technology."
In a note circularized in
connection with the signing of
the treaty Bonn declared, after
consulting Washington on this
point, that the treaty would "not
ban nuclear activity in respect of
research, development,
manufacture or peaceful use: nor
may the supply of know-how.
material and equipment to non-
nuclear states be refused solely
on account of allegations that
any such activity or supply
might be used to manufacture
nuclear warheads or other nuclear
devices."
On this point the Americans
are unilaterally claiming the right
to reinterpret the terms of the
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non-proliferation treaty as in-
disputably understood at the
time of signing.
SECOND, which is more
conducive to t he objective of non-
proliferation? supplying Third
World countries with the lock.
lock and barrel of nuclear
technology or a si rategy aimed at
refusing them access to nuclear
know -h The IS. government ad-
\ orates den) ing access to enrich-
ment and reprocessing
technology, since Washington
has never placed much Faith in
security and inspect ion
procedures, especially sine.. I ndiu
joined 1 he nuclear club in 1974.
\merica has an uneasy Feeling
1 hat the spread ol advanced
scient ilic knowledge will
inevitably tempt countries to trs
their hand at manufacturing
nuclear devices.
This country, on the other
hand, reckons that a refusal to
supply know-how and equipment
will have the opposite effect to
that intended. Even countries
that are not particularly in-
terested in nuclear weapons of
their own will, Bonn argues,
decide to press ahead regardless
if the "haves" refuse to
cooperate.
BONN MAINTAINS that
countries intent on getting hold
of nuclear devices of their own
can do so faster, more easily and
at less expense than by con-
tracting to buy nuclear power
installations and diverting the
by-products of the fuel cycle.
By supplying the "have-nots"
with nuclear technology, subject
to strict political conditions and
inspection procedures, Bonn feels
the nuclear powers are more
likely to serve the purpose of non-
proliferation.
What is more, this country
wonders how President Carter
can possibly hope to reconcile his
undertaking to step up to the
Third World with a refusal to
grant the developing countries
access to the most up to-1 he-
minute sources of energy.
THIRD. the Bonn
government concluded the deal
with Brazil primarily in order to
help ensure future supplies of
uranium. America has proved a
most unreliable supplier.
In 1974, the United States
refused to renew the current
agreement to supply this country
with enriched uranium, which
expires in 1980. The demands on
America's enrichment capacity
are, in any case, far in excess of
U.S. ability to deliver.
The United States has recently
taken to withholding a few
kilograms of super-enriched
uranium destined for research
reactors in this country but. of
course, so refined as to constitute
'the potential makings of nuclear
warheads.
Mow can Bonn be sure, in the
circumstances, that Washington
will stand by future un-
dertakings? How convincing is
the U.S. argument that America
can be trusted, whereas Brazil
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Susan
Panoff
allegiance
BiOQRaphy
Dual Allegiance: An Autobiography by Hen Dunkelman.
New York: Crown. 336p., 88.95.
DESPITE ISRAEL'S short history as a State, she
has u lengths list of heroes and heroines who have con-
tributed to various war efforts and the establishment of
the State Many ol Israel's heroes have achieved their
popularit\ and position through their military prowess. A
number ol these military men came to Israels aid in the
\\)\h War for Independence as representatives of other
count lies.
One of the most Famous of these soldier- was an
\meric.m. Mickey Marcus, w ho became well known to the
American public t hrough 1 he cinema! ic presentation of his
life by Kirk Douglas in Cast a Giant Shadow.
NOW, .1 Canadian gentleman who has been quietly
living in Toronto, tells ol his role in the light tor Israeli
independence. After serving in a Canadian division on the
Krench beaches on I)-Day, Hen Dunkelman's second
loyalty drew him to Israel for the 1948 War.
With the aid of a forged passport, he slipped through
the lines of his former British allies to volunteer with the
Israeli forces. Dunkelman's training and experience were
tremendously valuable against the seemingly insur-
mountable Arab forces.
Dunkelman's narrative attempts to be as accurate
and factual as possible. He includes photographs, notes,
an index and supplementary material. His recollection of
events of the 1948 War concludes with an Appendix of
"Inaccurate Historical Accounts." He records a number of
examples of errors in books, published and unpublished
accounts of which he has direct personal knowledge; and
with which he hopes to clarify the events of the War for
Independence.
The Uses of Hebreisms in Recent Bible Translations by
Fred S. Heuman. New York: Philosophical Library.
154p..$8.50.
THIS ESOTERIC, scholarly study arrived- coin-
cidentally as this reviewer was investigating Bible trans-
lations for evaluation of the Genesis Project. The Project
is a cinematic presentation of the Bible which will take
years to finish, and has already proceeded through several
chapters of the Book of Genesis.
The film is available in three spoken versions: the
Masoretic text (Jewish}; the New English Bible
(Protestant); and the New American Bible (Catholic). I
checked all three Bibles in key chapters to distinguish the
differences in translation.
Interestingly, the Masoretic text is based mainly on
the King James Authorized Version of the Bible, and is
the most accurate version in providing the closest English
meaning or phraseology of a Hebrew word. In The Uses of
Hebreisms, Heuman bases his research on the Book of
Psalms, breaking it down by sentence and word to
compare and contrast the translations selected by the
three denominational modern Bible versions.
HEUMAN DETERMINES that the Jewish version
shows the least tendency toward original and free trans-
lation. That is, it is faithful to the King James Version
modernizing only to make certain phrases more compre-
hensible in the English of our day, yet leaving many
archaic expressions intact, in deference to the Hebrew
text.
The Protestant version is an attempt to achieve a
contemporary twentieth century English version using
easily readable sentences, and hence sounding more
homiletic than exegetical. The Catholic version retains the
Hebreisms at a level between the Jewish and Protestant
versions. Heuman concludes that in all of the Bible trans-
lations "a great deal of Hebrew fiber has been blended into
the fabric of English language usage."

*Je'it. Meridian
Friday, May 20.1977


Friday, May 20,1977
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anti-Semitism in apqentinA |
ByASHER MIBASHAN
BUENOS AIRES -
(JTA) Dr. Nehemias
Resnizky, president of the
DAI A, the central repre-
sentative body of Argen-
tine Jewry, has called on
the Jewish community to
speak out against the
growing anti-Semitism in
Argentina. "Our enemies
must know that there no
longer exists passive and
silent Jewish masses," he
told a DAIA plenary
meeting.
However, Resnizky
stressed that the govern-
ment's investigation into
the scandals involving the
financial empire of David
Graiver, a 35-year-old Ar-
gentine Jew reportedly
killed in an air crash in
Mexico last year, is not an
anti-Semitic act.
HE SAID he was personally
assured of this by Roberto Viola.
The DAI A president noted
that two types ot groups are
playing the "anti-Jewish game."
He described them as the anti-
Semitic organizations which seek
to blame all of the country's ills
on Jews and "the groups of real
economic power which always
Latin Amer ica
head of the army's general staff.
on behalf of President Jorge
Rafael Videla.
Hut Resnizky warned that
some groups in Argentina are
using the Graiver case case to
further anti-Semitism. "We wish
to state that insofar as sub-
version and corruption are
enemies of the country, they are
enemies of the Jewish community
which is an integral part of the
country," he declared.
UplAtA
pResi6ent
BUENOS AIRES -
(JTA) Pedro Graiver,
president of the La Plata
hilla, and his wife.
( .iialina Guerstein, the
uncle and aunt of the pre-
sumably oead financier
David Gravier. were
arrested at Buenos Aires
airport last week as they
were about to leave for
Israel. The arrest was not
revealed until Apr. 25.
GRAIVER'S disappearance
caused the failure of his Banque
Pour L'Amerique du Sud in
Brussels and the American Bank
and Trust Company in New
York. Newspapers here have
alleged that Graiver's banking
group handled funds extorted by
the Montonero leftist guerrilla
group.
The English language daily
Buenos Aires Herald praised
Argentine President Jorge Rafael
Videla last Sunday for his press
conference last week in which he
demonstrated that "he is
determined not to be knocked off
course by the many people whci_
present the ritual offerings of the
Jewish minority as scapegoats to
hide the major problems which
hamper the nation's develop-
ment."
HE SAID that in the Graiver
case, the non-Jewish names are
minimized and the Jewish names
involved in the case are given
major attention.
lie noted that blaring
headlines were given to the arrest
of Pedro (iraiver. president of the
kehillA
ARRested
would clearly like 10 use the
Graiver uffair as n political
weapon.
The Herald said that "these
people want the (iraiver business
in be the stinting point for a
thorough purge of all the in-
dividuals they dislike: leftists,
human rights campaigners,
corrupt businessmen, bad
fathers, the immoral. Jews and
heavens knows who else
FRANCISCO MANRIQUE,
who was Welfare Minister under
President Alejandro Agustin
l.enusse. told the national news
agency Noticias Ar^entinas
Relayad that when (iraiver was
bis "undersecretary he had an
"unobjectionable record" and
had good relations with the
Vatican and was well received in
all circles.
Meanwhile, the weekly La
Semana Y listed has published
an obvious anti-Semitic cartoon
showing a rich Jew preparing his
suitcase and answering a phone
call by saving his situation is
"graive, grail e (serious)" instead
of "grave, grave." a play on
Graiver's name.
Porno Given Coup Disgrace
TKI \\]\ (JTA) The Tel Aviv Municipality has
decided to censor advertisements tor "~vto.lJjV5KS2
sex. [t will establish a special vice control s.,uad topdiwraovie
posters on private and public billboards to make sure the>
contain no depictions of sex or violence.
The decision followed ^te.^!B332SS
being advertised in public places. I he City ot Ik ,. s a I d r<
that still shots for movies must consist only of ^g*g
the censors and that they can be displayed onlj OUtsldl UM
movie houses where th tilT"- "" ".....'" "'
Hand tl.nly Mail
La Plata Kehilla, and his wife,
Catalina, the aunt and uncle of
David Graiver, even though they
tried to leave for Israel openly
with tickets bought two months
earlier.
However, when they were
released a few days later, some
newspapers did not publish the
story while others mentioned it in
very small print, Resnizky said.
RESNIZKY ALSO mentioned
the case of JacoboTimerman, tht
editor and publisher of La
Opinion who was arrested in con-
nection with the (iraiver case.
"Obviously we submit to what
the country's courts will estab-
lish," he said. "But this case is
different. Timerman was a man
who since his youth has pertained
to the organized Zionist move-
ment and from the pages of La
Opinion has maintained a con-
stant and courageous struggle
against Nazism and anti-
Semitism and on behalf of iden-
tification with Israel and the
Zionist movement."
Israel Complains
Egypt in Violation
Of Interim Accord
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United Nations Emergency Force (UNKF) that Egypt has
violated the interim agreement by the large number of troops it
has brought into the Sinai for military exercises.
The Sinai agreement set a fixed number of troops both
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EGYPT HAS in the past brought in additional troops for
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However, the large forces brought over to the east bank of
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in the Israeli complaint.
IN ADDITION. Israeli sources report signs in the Arab
world of hectic military preparations in what is considered here
an apparent effort to put pressure on Israel to accept Arab
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Europe is Carter Country, Too
Continued from Page 1-A
emotions of the man, his religious
orientation obviously counts for
much in politics. This side of
Carter explains his action in
favor of civil rights in the Soviet
Union and certainly does not
come from the Trilateral Com-
mission with its materialistic,
predominantly economic views,
nor from David Rockefeller, who
boasts that he is Russia's
greatest private creditor.
CARTER CAME to Europe to
play first fiddle in a conference
which may be decisive in world
affairs. For all the countries
represented in London anc
especially tor the European Com-
munity, the evolution in the
relations with the Soviet Union
had top priority. We seem to
have come to the end of the
detente-illusion.
Russia has not changed its
attitude. Rut the events in Africa
the bush war of socialist
Angola against Zaire, with the
help of Cubans and "experts"
from East Germany and the
conflict over civil rights, have
finally led to a realistic
evaluation of the true situation.
To this came the collapse of
Secretary of State Vance's talks
in Moscow and the crisis if the
SALT II negotiations.
These events seem far Kiilote
from an economic conference, bill
in practical life economy and
Yes/No Chorus
Accompanies
Thumbs Down
Continued from Page 1-A
cluster bombs and the FL1R
night vision system and its
refusal after prolonged delays
of Israel's request to produce
part of the 250 F-16 jet fighters it
intends to buy from the U.S.
The refusal of the cluster
bombs was. in fact, the first time
a new Administration reversed a
pledge by a former Admin-
istration and had the effect of
narrowing Israel's military
potential.
SOME SOURCES have ex-
pressed fear that the U.S. is
tightening the reins on military
supplies in order to soften Israeli
opposition to an American-
imposed Middle East peace
settlement.
Despite repeated assurances
from President Carter, Secretary
of State Cvrus Vance and other
American officials that the U.S.
has no intention of trying to
impose a solution of the Middle
East conflict, there is a gnawing
suspicion here that an American
plan does exist and will be un-
veiled sooner or later.
The sources say that all Israel
can do now is lessen its de-
pendence on American military
equipment by expanding its own
weapons producing capability.
Israel's largest manufacturer
of weapons systems. Israel Air-
craft Industries, is preparing to
produce a pilitary helicopter
within the next four years and
has developed blueprints for a
new, sophisticated combat jet, a
second generation Kfir. The Air
Force has not yet approved the
plans but if the present American
attitude persists it will have no
choice, the sources said.
security are interdependent. A
major issue in this connection
was the fact that, impressed by
the illusion of detente, all in-
dustrialized states, including the
U.S., have let their strategic
material reserves dwindle.
IN EUROPE, things were even
worse. Experts stated that, for
instance in Germany, the
strategic food reserves have
dropped to zero.
With the growing tension and
the expansion of the Soviet zone
of influence in the countries
producing raw materials, the
industrialized world could have
even worse surprises than those
which shook it during the oil
crisis. To rebuild reserves today
under pressure will be far from
easy and quite expensive. Here
the industrialized count ries
would have to act together.
The publicized problem in
London, on the other hand, was
the economic recovery. Here/
l arter and his Secretary of the
Treasury Mlumenthal were in a
far from easy position. According
to good economists, there should
be a mild recession in the U.S.
towards the end of this year and
early in 1978 '
CARTER WANTS to avoid
this. The remedy Washington
offers sounds dangerous:
recovery through inflationary
means. Carter and his advisers
hoped to convince the Europeans
to join him in this policy, thus
transferring partly on their
shoulders America's load and
exporting some of his inflation.
Primary target is the (ierman
Mark. The Bonn government will
need much energy to resist. Here
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putting the brake on the plans
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Soviet Union. The evidence for
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BS a source of documented
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The Danger in Our Withdrawing
Continued from Fac 4-A
, Isewhere, the poinl being
one way to maintain a high
level of prosperity in the face of
inflation is t<> spend even more
j for productivity.
11 i his kind of economic hocus
pocus is i" work at least for a
while, if as a contradiction in
terms it is not i<> peter out before
, erybody has a chance to enjoy
its fruits however temporarily -
the historic if bloodstained way
to deal with economic malaise is
through the upbuilding of
national defensive capabilities.
That is what Mussolini did in
Italy in the "20s and 'ids. and
that is what Hitler did when he
became chancellor of Germany.
THAT ALSO, incidentally, is
what the French chose to do
beginning with Le Grand
Charles, erecting a presumably
prosperous society on a military
lMS,. going it alone, as it were,
against the grain of the P^uropean
Economic Community in an
effort to recreate the glories of La
Grande France.
It is for this reason especially
thai the protests al the Carter
conferenci were more formal than
felt, and especially so from the
Germans who have long since
begun to take on a strident tone
: ris relations bet\
W ashington and Bonn.
\<>ie in this week's issue ol
sh Floridian a report from
West Germany byTheoSommer
(Page Kl AI in which there is a
(rank attack on U.S. "insen-
sibility'' toward Germany's need
to manufacture and export
nuclear energy stations.
THE IMPORT of the piece is
that Washington simply fails to
understand Germany's latest
needs a chilling sentiment
reminiscent of German govern-
ment leadership and German
society prior to. and certainly
after, the ascent to power of the
Nazi war machine.
11 is, as I have already sug-
gested, also reminiscent of the
go-it-alone French, who long ago
rejected American ascendant} on
the continent as insulting to
French national prestige as
defined in military termi
Giscard d'Estaing refused to
attend the first session of the
Carter conference in London
i EEC spokesman w as
among united guests. In French
eyes the EEC i-. not Europi an
but American; it is the opposite
side of the NATO coin.)
While in theory, and to some
extent, in practice, the Carter
demand for European military
commitment is a good one. while
the demand will make the burden
of inflation one that is far more
equitably borne among the in-
dustrialized nations, it also has
inherent dangers. It comes at a
bad time.
FIRST, the Europeans are no
longer grumbling about the end
of their free ride. They seem
ready and eager for it. not only as
a solution'' to inflation, but for
the very same nationalistic
reasons that have motivated the
(iaullists to put France back on
the map as a world power.
Second, the recreation of com-
petitive military machines are
U.S.Based Organization
Nazis Claim 'Credit' for Terror
By JON FFDI.KR
|?<)\\ (JTAI \i
\merican nro-Na/i group Imi-i
a Lincoln. \el> has claim, i
ri -|Kinsibilil\ lor a m oiil!.i..il
nl Nazi activity in several We-1
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iiLis and Na/i slogans wen
p.uiiiid on shops and public
buildings
A SPECIAL police unit has .
linn I,.iined to (rack down I he
culprits and police have offered a
reward <>l vl '"" lor information
le. 11 ling lo 1 hen arrest
\ iindalism was also reported in
kasst'l, l.iieneburg and Zelsewer
A Hanover |mlire spiikesman told
ili. Jewish Telegraphic Vgi'ncj
that on I he night ol Apr I Nazi
placards were pasted on tomb-
stones
They contained swastikas and
carried the inscription "Kainpl
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Jew parties!.
The parties referred to were all
the German political partk* from
Ml lo right The placards were
signed NSDAL (National
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Assembly, a museum, a school, a
pedestrian underground passage
and two shops. Koclgcr Cross.
1 lie Interior Minister ol the State
ol Lower Saxony, ol which
Hanover is the capital, con
demned the actions as a
'malicious provocation against
democracy
Referring lo the current In-
ternational Trade Lair in
Hanover, Gross said the malign
ing of deceased Jewish citizens
and the use of symbols from a
' soul-less" past on a day "when
the entire world is looking sym-
pathetically at Hanover, con-
stitutes an exceptional
challenge."
The U.S.-based Na/i group has
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LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
, FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 77.14416
' GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
I OFMARRIAGE
. IN RE: The Marriage of:
OLIN JAMKSHAILE.
Petitioner,
, and
JOAN HAMILTON HAILE,
' Respondent.
| TO: Mrs. Joan Hamilton Halle
Residence Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
1 a petition (or Dissolution of your
I Marriage has been filed and com-
menced In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
I defenses. If any, to It on DAVID E.
\ STONE, ESQUIRE, Stone, Sostchln A
Gonzalez, PA., attorney for Petitioner,
I whose address Is 101 NW 12 Avenue,
, Miami. Florida 33128; 305) 324-4565.
and file the original with the clerk of the
' above styled court on or before June 17,
I 1977; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 10
rt*yofMay, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC. P.Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E Stone, Esquire
Stone, Sostchln A Gonzalez, P.A.
101 NW 12 Avenue
1 Miami, Florida 33128; 324-4565
l Attorney for Petitioner
May 13. 20. 27; June 3.1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
| (NO PROPERTY)
, INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
| OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77 13715
1 GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
{ ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
I MICHAEL ANGEL OJEDA,
/
Husband,
and
ROSALIE MARIE OJEDA,
Wife
TO: ROSALIE MARIE OJEDA
c/oTony Montonl
47E. 7th Street
Clifton, NJ
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 Kwltney. Kroop
" Schelnberg, P.A., attorneys for
Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road, Suite 512. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before June 10,
1977; otherwise a default will be entered
against you (or the relief demanded In
c4 complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLO RID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this S
day of May. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY. KROOP A SCHEINBERG,
P.A
Attorneys for Husband
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 512
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
538-7575
May 6. 13,20. 27,1977,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7713273
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
SEBASTIAN COTUGNO,
Petitioner Husband,
and
LEE BANKS COTUGNO,
Respondent Wife
TO: Lee BanksCotugno
(Address Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a petition for Dissolution of your
&iarrlage 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 Charles L.
Neustein. Esq., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 86-88 NE 79th Street,
Miami, Florida 33138. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June 10. 1977;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief prayed for in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 28
day of April. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By G. S. Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
CHARLES L. NEUSTEIN, ESQ.
86 K8 NE 79th Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
May 6, 13.20.27,1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISICr
CASE NO. 76 79S0 (37)
NOTICE OF ACTION
ENGEL MORTGAGE COMPANY.
INC., an Alabama corporation
authorized to do business
In the state of Florida,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELIZABETH SMITH,
a single woman.
Defendant.
TO: ELIZABETH SMITH and all
parties claiming interest by. through,
under, or against ELIZABETH SMITH,
and all unknown Defendants who are
parties for or claiming to have any
right, title, or Interest in the property
herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the following
property In Dade County. Florida:
Lot 20, and the East 0.30 feet of Lot
21, In Block 2 of SUNNY SLOPE
PARK, according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded In Plat Book 15,
at Page 11 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on LAW OFFICES
OF AINSLEE R. FERDIE, Plaintiff's
Attorney, whose address Is Suite 215. 717
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral
Gables. Florida 33134, on or before May
SO. 1977, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before service
on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on April 20,1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By: N. A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Apr. 29; May 6, IS, 20,1977
NOTICE OF ACTION "
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FORDADECOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 77120*?
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CESAR REBELLON,
Husband Petitioner
and
AMIRA A. REBELLON,
Wife, Respondent
TO: AMIRA A. REBELLON
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on ADOLFO KOSS
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
is 2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Suite 715
Coral Gables. Florida 33134, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 27. 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 19th
day of April, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM. J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ADOLFO KOSS. ESQ.
A. KOSS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. P.A
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 715
Attorney for Petitioner
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
(306)446-1444
Apr. 29; May 6,13, 20.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ERNESTO TIRE SERVICE at 2551 NW
23 Street. Miami, Fla. 33142. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
ERNESTO YLLADA
Apr. 29; May 6.13. 20. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVTN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE PLAN-
NERS at P.O. Box 2596, Hlaleah,
Florida 33012 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
FERNANDO J. VALLEJO
Apr. 29; May 6. 13. 20.1977
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No 77.12508
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARIE F ADDERLEY. wife
and CYRIL ADDE RLE Y, husband
TO: CYRIL ADDERLEY
J Eight Mile Rock No 46
Post Office Box 1838
Grand Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Petition
on the Wife's Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS, whose address is 1454 NW 17
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33125, and file
the original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before this 3 day of
June. 1977, or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 22 day of April. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByG.S. Carlie
Apr 29; May 6. 13, 20,1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
J. C. FASHIONS, at 2023 NW 20th
Street. Miami. Fla.. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
JESUS PARERA
ZESERN.CARASA
May 13. 20, 27; June 3. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names X-
Sport Enterprises, International Sports
and Tovs. Ltd., and Olympic Sports and
Toys, Ltd.. at 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Fla. 33139. Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MR. R INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
A Fla. Corp.
Attorney Norman Schwarz, P.A.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
May 6, 13. 20, 27, 1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 77 12505
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MELBA PAGAN,
Petitioner,
vs.
JUAN WILFREDO PAGAN,
Respondent.
TO: JUAN WILFREDO PAGAN
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 Glsela Car
donne-Dlenstag, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida. 33128. and file the
original with the Clerk of the abdVe-
styled Court on or before June 3. 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Dade County, Florida,
on this 22 day of April, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
Glsela Cardonne-Dlenstag
STONE, SOSTCHIN A GONZALEZ
P.A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33128
(306)324-4555
Apr. 29; May 8,13, 20, 1977
(Circuit Court Seal)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-12847
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CANDIDA PEREZ,
Petitioner,
and
ALBERTO PEREZ.
Respondent.
TO: ALBERTO PEREZ
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 LUIS A.
FIGUEROA, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 836 Ponce de Leon
Boulevard, Suite 300, Coral Gables,
Florida 33134, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on or
before June 3, 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 26
day of April, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By G. S. Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LUIS A. FIGUEROA. Esquire
FIGUEROA A FIGUEROA
836 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Suite 300
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
Apr 29; May 6. 13. 20,1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 77 1277?
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: The Marriage of
CLEMENCIA TAYLOR,
Petitioner / Wife,
and
WALTER J TAYLOR,
Respondent Husband.
TO: WALTER J TAYLOR
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your Answer
on S. BLAIR ROSS, PA.. Attorney for
Petitioner. 1497 NW 7th Street, Miami,
FL 33125. and file an original copy In the
Office of the Clerk of the above Court on
or before the 3 day of June. 1977. or a
default will be entered against you.
DATED, this 25th day of April, 1977
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
Miami, Dade County, Florida
By: M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Apr. 29; May 6.13. 20. 1977
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-2472
Division 32
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MILLIE ROSSANO
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that i
the administration of the estate of
MILLIE ROSSANO, deceased, File
Number 77-2472. is pending In the Clr- i
cult Court for DADE County. Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida. The personal representative of
the estate is BARBARA WOOD, whose
address is 1543 Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139. The name
and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be In writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due, the date when it
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration' May 13.1977
BARBARA WOOD
As Personal Representative of the
Estateof MILLIE ROSSANO
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPHW. MALEK
S00 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone. 538-4431
May 13, 20,1977
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FORDADECOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-1219*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
NORMA HAYDEE TEUTA.
Petitioner,
vs.
PEDRO CARDOZO,
Respondent.
TO: Mr. PedroCardozo
' Last Known Residence
Calle 80 No. 42 H 35
Barranqullla. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any, to It on Gladys Gerson,
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
is 101 NW 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33128. and file the original with the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or before
June 3, 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida on this 26
day of April. 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GLADYS GERSON. ESQUIRE
STONE. SOSTCHIN A GONZALEZ,
P.A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
(305)324-4555
Apr. 29; May 6. 13. 20.1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CACHITA COFFEE SHOP at 865 E. 25th
Street. Hlaleah. Fla.. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
CARIDADPUENTES
Apr 29; May 6.13. 20. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious Same o"
?'? crea,lons" 7102 W. nth Court
Hlaleah. Florida. Intends to renter
rSlfrtlSm ?'o ,he Clerk of e Circuit
Courtof Dade County, Florida
GLORIA M HARROD. Owner
May 6.13,20. 27,1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
GUAYASAMIN at Omni International
Miami. 1601 Blscayne Blvd.. Miami.
Florida 33132 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
WANDER ART. INC.
e/oD.Z. AVERBOOK
Suite 2770
One Blscayne Tower
Miami. Florida 33131
DANIEL Z. AVERBOOK
Attorney for Applicant
May 13. 20. 27; June 3. 1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names The
Little Red Moped and Bicycle Center,
Inc a Florida Corp.. and The Little Red
Moped Rentals. Inc.. d / b / a The Little
Red Moped and Bicycle Store, at 6610
SW 57th Avenue, South Miami. Florida.
Intends to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
LEONARD WEIN,
President
Apr. 29; May 6, 13, 20.1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-12*64'
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
CARMEN MARIA GOODRICH,
Wife,
and
LEON GOODRICH.
Husband.
TO: LEON GOODRICH
Residence Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any, to it on ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE, attorney for PetiUoner,
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June 3. 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 FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 26
day of April. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE, P.A.
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Apr. 29; May 6. 13. 20,1977
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FORDADECOUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-12377
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CARMEN MARIA VARGAS.
Wife
and
ADOLFO VARGAS.
Husband
TO:ADOLFO VARGAS
Residence Address Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you.and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any. to it on ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 27. 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 21
day of April, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByS PARRISH
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
ALBERT L CARRICARTE. P.A.
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Apr. 29; May 6. 13.20,1977
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WESTCHESTER EYE CLINIC at 434
W. 29th Street. Hlaleah, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
LUCIANO M. SACASAS
100 percent
Apr. 29; May 6, 13, 20,1977
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
RECENCY WINDOW CLEANING and
SPOTLESS WINDOW CLEANING at
1250 NE 172nd Street. N. Miami Beach.
Fla. 33162 Intend to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
DAVID ALLEN
HERBERTBIRENBAUM
Apr. 29; May 6, 13, 20. 1977


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will require that the
M held a college degree,
L the total work force will
[percent higher than in
TAIN conclusions can be
a* to future career oppor-
for Jewish youth on the
such general trends. Dr.
an stated:
the future job market
luire an increasing number
ptf-'f graduates, Jewish
should continue their
of college attendance,
is estimated to be
fcy at a rate of four out of
five Jewish students. (In
neral community, one of
eh school students enter
but this percentage
Jo drop in the 1970s)
as well as replacement
ill be in the technical,
lional. managerial, and
strative fields, where Jews
lalready excelled," Dr.
an added.
a substantial loss of job
?s has occurred in the
cities of the Northeast
Midwest, Jewish youth
ting from college should
^te the probably necessity
king employment away
kese areas. However, some
lists are predicting a
ince of the central cities
in the mid-1980s; if this
|ion materializes, there will
opportunities in what is
Restricted job market.
HSH women, either as un-
ed females or as marriage
h. will be responsible for
|wn economic support as
evailing reliance on the
for support probably
M obsolete in the next
jion. Dr. Weisman pointed
hat Jewish women were
larrer minded than those
teneral population, and the
of Jewish women in the
would become more im-
|t for their economic
\\. whether or not they
The new choices: doctor, lawyer, Indian chief.
While Jews have the op-
portunity to enter almost all
fields, there are still some excep-
tions. Corporate executive suites
of most major American corpora-
tions have few Jewish members,
with Jews rarely gaining access
to responsible positions in the big
steel, oil, and coal companies, in
the major banks, or in the big
insurance companies (except for
sales).
However, Dr. Weisman added,
the newer technological in-
dustries such as electronics,
computers, ecology, and medical
equipment have been more
receptive to Jewish employees.
WHETHER quotas for
minority employment in edu-
cation or in civil service positions
are explicit or implied. Dr.
Weisman stated, "the affirmative
action mandate has had a chilling
and limiting impact on the
Jewish applicant."
Victims of Helicopter
[Crash Being Mourned
f YITZHAK SHARGIL
AVIV-(JTA)-Israel is
in mourning for the 54
and airmen killed May 10
(crash of a troop carrying
bter on military exercises
|ericho. Burial services were
42 of the victims May 12
the other 12 on May 13.
My a region of the country
pared the loss of a life.
' cemeteries from Haifa to
M>a, in Tel Aviv, Jeru-
[and Rehovoth and in many
V communities were
W with the bereaved
wives and friends of the
At all the cemeteries the
I services were simple.
-JTAR Y honor guards bore
pain wooden coffins to the
sites. Unit conmanders
ed eulogies and military
^ins recited the prayers for
ad. Three volleys were fired
he air as the coffins were
government did not
an official dav of
[>'ng But the bitterly
election campaign was
ded for a day as if by a
understanding that the
M factions realized that a
?j tragedy is not a time for
Ikinir,
While the funerals were being
held, an investigation of the fatal
crash was in full swing by a
special team of experts appointed
by Chief of Staff Gen. Mordechai
Gur and headed by paratroop
veteran Gen. Avraham Orly.
ENEMY ACTION was ruled
out from the start as possible
cause. The investigators are
trying to determine whether an
internal explosion, possibly the
accidental detonation of a hand
grenade carried by the heavily
armed troops, may have caused
the disaster. Since May 11 they
have been busy reassembling the
giant Sikorsky C-53 troop
carrier that hit the ground and
burst into flames only mintues
after taking off on a routine
exercise.
The investigators listened to
tapes of the pilot's conversations
with ground control during the
brief period that the copter was
airborne. The pilot, Capt. Moshe
Witner. 25, of Haifa, gave no
indication of trouble although eye
- witnesses on the ground
reported that the helicopter
began to lose altitude for no
apparent reason shortly after
take-off.
THE WITNESSES said it was
flying unusually low and crashed
into the first rise in the terrain on
a plateau above Jericho.
Jewish women have been less
affected, he added, and he stated
also that the competition from
minority groups had not been as
prevalent in the scientific and
technical fields as in the
humanities, social sciences, and
administrative fields in education
and civil service.
Only those with superior
academic qualifications, in-
cluding Jews, will find "easy
access" to the traditional pro-
fessions of law, medicine, den-
tistry, and academic positions in
higher education. Those in the
top 10 percent of their peer group
should have no difficulty in
achieving their goals, Dr.
Weisman added, but those who
do not fall within the next 15
percent grouping will probably be
shut out from their professional
fields.
He also pointed out that
medical and law schools were not
the most difficult to enter. Com-
petition is keener in clinical
psychology and veterinary
medicine, he said, added that
Jews had done well in the first
field but not in the second.
Entrace to academia will
become extremely selective in the
next decade as college enroll-
ments begin to decrease and the
number of doctoral degrees
awarded remaining high. As a
result, Jewish PhD's will find a
decline from current levels, when
Jews hold nearly one fifth of the
professorial positions in the top
50 colleges and universities in the
U.S.
BUT JEWS will be able to
secure positions in community
colleges in newly developing
geographical areas. Also, job
openings will not develop in such
overcrowded fields as philosophy
and history but in the tech-
nologies, which lead to vocational
opportunities in such fields as
ecology, computers, medical
technology, business, human
resources development and
administration.
The development of ethnic
study programs has opened new
job opportunities to those in-
terested in teaching Hebraic and
Jewish studies. More than 300
programs have been developed in
the past decade, with almost half
the enrollment in these classes
made up ofnon-Jevs
Jews majoring in such
programs will find employment
also in Jewish institutions, in
such positions as social workers.
Hebrew educators, community
relations personnel, synagogue
administrators, cantors, rabbis,
personnel for geriatric insti-
tutions, nursery school and
physical education teachers, fund
raisers, and vocational guidance
and placement counselors.
FOR THE 20 percent of Jewish
youth who do not attend college,
males have more limited oppor-
tunities than women. Women can
readily find employment as
typists and stenographers, and
can rise to medical and legal
secretaries, as well as book-
keepers, keypuch operators,
retail saleswomen. cosme-
tologists, and medical and dental
technicians.
Men. competing with a vast
pool of unemployed or under-
employed youth for a diminishing
numlHT of jobs, should consider
two year terminal or vocational
programs at community colleges
or technical schools, or military
service, which can provide
practical skills with civilian
application such as truck driving,
electronics. and computer
operations.
"The unanswered question,"
Dr. Weisman asked, "is how does
one proceed to choose a career."
He pointed out that youth in
older cultures had little choice in
career selection, but that this had
changed under the American
democratic system, which
provided open access to elemen-
tary and secondary education.
"However." he added, "the
person seeking a career is cor
fronted with realistic limitations
such as lack of necessary educa-
tional or vocational skills,
inability to gain access to appro-
priate educational training, the
scarcity or lack of job openings or
the prevalence of discrimination
in hiring related to race, ethnic,
religious, sexual, or economic
background."
IN LIGHT of this, Dr.
Weisman urged that young
people engage in "market
research" before choosing
career, examining such aspects as
the nature of the career, the
training required, the availability
of jobs, the opportunities for
growing, and whether he or she
has the temperament and ability
to perform in the selected field.
He also urged that Jewish
communal agencies help by
providing information on career
opportunities and guidance. He
concluded: "To prepare Jewish
youth for future careers will
require the cooperation of diverse
Jewish communal agencies. At
slake is the future economic
security of the Jewish com-
munity."
Mrs. Carol Stix, chairman of
AJC's National Education Com-
mittee, stated that Dr. Weis-
man s findings were particularly
welcome in view of alarm
generated by recent well publi-
cized reports that appear to cast
doubt on the value of a college
education.
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Likud's Begin Files Claim
To Head Israel's Knesset
I Right-wing Likud Party
lader Menachem Begin
Jed a claim to be Israel's
Ixt Prime Minister Wed-
sday and the trend, as of
ess time of The Jewish
\londian, indicated that
Jikud would win 41 of 120
[Knesset seats to the incum-
bent Labor Party's 33.
It will be the first time in
srael's 29-year history that
,ahor was defeated. A poll
eleased by Labor early Wednes-
iav morning predicted that the
party would win 34 seats, 17 less
han in the previous Knesset.
Other predictions include 14
seats for Yigal Yadins Demo-
cratic Movement for a Change
and 12 seats for the National Re-
ligious Party.
Acting Prime Minister and
Labor Party leader Shimon Peres
said he was surprised at the
outcome and attributed his
partv's losses to worldwide
inflation, the United States
Presidential election and the
Democratic Movement for
Change.
MENACHEM BEGIN
Jewish FlLoridian
Miami, Florida \ Friday. May 20,1977
SECTION B
Assertiveness Training-Yes,
Castrating Aggression-No
You are in the Forida Highway
Patrol office nearest your home
to renew your driver's license.
You see a touristy type mouthing
answers to the written exam for
the benefit of his nervous wife
taking the test. All you can
imagine is this woman, who does
not know enough about driving
to pass a test on her own, behind
the wheel of a car running down a
child your child.
You have several options: you
can report the cheating incident:
you can approach the couple and
express your concern that they
are risking the safety of your
children: or you can stew in your
own steam only to fantasize later
how you might have handled the
situation earlier.
MANAGING situations in an
assertive manner is exactly what
the people who brought you
Have You Hugged Your Kid
foday?" now bring you with
Assertiveness Training for
Women.
For the avid bumper sticker
reader, Have You Hugged Your
Kid Today?" is a reminder from
Mental Health Associ-
ation that the pop philosophy is
good, healthy, common sense.
I And educating the community in
the ways and means to stay men-
tally healthy is a major thrust of
| the local MHA.
The all day Mental Health
ICommunity Day, held last week
I at Temple Israel of Greater
IMiami, offered Assertiveness
[Training for Women along with
I'l workshops applicable to every
lage and stage in life from the
|womb to the tomb.
PREGNANCY and abortion,
child abuse and "Positive
Parenting," marriage and
livorce, special mental health
ncerns and the "post Pepsi
generation" were topics of
liscussions led by 158 profes-
sionals who volunteered their
Jime and talents.
One of the professionals was
tt. Koslyn Elenewski, a clinical
sychologist from Coral Gables.
rr Elenewski's practice, which
wolves individual therapy and
pnily and marital counseling.
'olved into the assertiveness
ining of her female patients. In
|> week. 12-hour course
Mnen, from their early 20s
rough their 50s learn to talk
pt fears, assert themselves and
|ternalize feedback. In a
Sow.
With
Norma A
Orovitz
processing situation. women
learn that being assertive is not
always saying "no" and not
necessarily getting what you
want. Those are myths that
dovetail with aggression rather
than assertion.
"Assertiveness is any ap-
proach or technique which allows
verbal expression of feelings and
thoughts directly and spon-
taneously.''
ASSERTIVENESS in no way
should be confused with aggres-
sion which entails hostility,
domination, overt superior at-
titudes and usurping others
rights.
The other extreme submis-
siveness suggests passivity
dependence, indecisiveness and a
whole concurrent packet ol
depression and psychosomatic
illnesses.
Assertiveness training is just
what Dr. Elenewski ordered foi
any person who always thinks ol
a great retort to a colossal put
down five hours after the fact.
Assertiveness training is, for any
man. woman or teen whose life
seems to be a series of "should
haves." "could haves" and
"would haves." Assertiveness
training is designed to put you in
touch with your own feelings so
that you may express them
evenly and rationally. To do
otherwise encourages the har-
boring of negative feelings for
yourself and anger towards
others.
DR. ELENEWSKI shared tips
and techniques in a concentrated
synopsis of her course
curriculum.
Being assertive means being
able to say "I" without feeling
guilty. The accusatory "you
(accompanied by a pointing
finger) puts people on the defen-
sive, but the T" message lets
others know that you are
acknowledging your own
thoughts as valid and acceptable.
While verbally standing up for
your rights, your body actions
should follow suit. Downcast
eyes instead of eye contact, a
whining tone instead of a well -
modulated voice and pleading
hands can belie the best re-
hearsed and deserved request.
WHILE THE range of
Elenewski's assertiveness
trainees is broad within the pro-
fessional and working women's
world, she regrets that few
housewives have adopted the
techniques. As the fee for the
eight sessions is $150, the class
may be limited to those who can
afford the luxury of self ac-
tualization.
The expression, "in order to
have Torah one must first have
bread." might explain why, to
date, only one black woman has
availed herself of Elenewski's
course in the several years it has
been offered.
Asserting oneself may involve
risks. When relationships are
established with parties playing
specific roles, a shift in behavior
may result in a change for the
relationship. For the better. For
the worse.
' Dr. Elenewski made it clear,
however, that asserting oneself
should lead to more self respect
and self confidence. It should
not lead to threatening and cas-
trating aggression.
FOR WOMEN who were
trained to submit to others and
received "pats for being
passive," the submissive role is
one of acculturation. Assertive-
ness training must first bust the
barricades set up by years of in -
house negative role play.
Once a woman gains an aware-
ness of her rights as a person and
the right to entertain those
rights, she can be on her way to
saying "I" and "no" or "yes".
She will have finally learned that
she has the option.
The Mental Health Com-
munity Day was geared to
"opening doors of under-
standing" to the basically
healthy participant. According to
Rosita Perez, associate director
of Dade's MHA, most of us go
through life needing to know that
we are not alone with our own
foibles and troubles. For the 100
women and several men in the
Assertiveness Training session.
Dr. Roslyn Elenewski provided
that reassurance.
Beth David Service Of
Tribute to Honor
Its Rabbi, Sol Landatf
On Saturday morning, May 21
at 9 a.m. Beth David Congre-
gation will be the scene of a
special Service of Tribute to its
spiritual leader Rabbi Sol
Landau.
Twenty-five years ago, The
Jewish Theological Seminary
ordained Rabbi Landau. On May
1 it conferred the honorary doc-
torate upon him.
The Tribute, to be followed by
a Kiddush-Luncheon, is in honor
of that award, and in recognition
of Rabbi Landau's thirteen years
(Bar Mitzvah) of distinguished
service to Beth David.
Participating in the service will
be Rabbi Landau's wife of 26
years, Gabriela, his children Ezra
and Tamara, his sister, former
New York concert pianist Lotte
Landau, his brother-in-law Dr.
Nathan Glover, and their
children Joan, Alan, and Jeffrey.
Conductor composer Siegfried
Landau, the Rabbi's brother, is
on tour, but will send a message.
REPRESENTATIVES of
many organizations in which
Rabbi Landau is active will also
take part in the service. Speaking
on behalf of The Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary will be Assis-
tant Chancellor Rabbi Morton M.
Leifman.
From a rabbinical family
(Rabbi Landau is a direct descen-
dant of the Nodah biyehudah,
Kzekiel Landau, 18th Century
Chief Rabbi of Prague), Rabbi
Landau received his early edu-
cation in Berlin, London, and
New York.
A World War II veteran with
more than three years' overseas
service, Rabbi Landau holds a
B.A. degree from Brooklyn
College, an M.H.L. from The
Jewish Theological Seminary,
and an M. A. in history from New
York University. He will shortly
receive his Ph.D. in Adult Edu-
cation from Florida State
University.
BEFORE COMING to Miami,
Rabbi Landau had occupied
pulpits in Whitestone, N.Y.; Wil-
mette. 111.; and Cleveland, Ohio.
He is the author of several books:
Christian Jewish Relations;
Length of Our Days, and
Bridging Two Worlds, a
biography of his late father.
Rabbi Ezekiel Landau, with a
foreword by his mother, Hebrew
writer Helene Landau.
He has contributed articles to
such magazines as The Jewish
Spectator, Adult Jewish Edu
cation. Torch Magazine, National
Jewish Monthly, and The United
Synagogue Review.
DURING HIS thirteen years
in Miami, he has served as presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assoc-
iation of Greater Miami, of the
Southeastern Region of the Rab-
binical Assembly, and of the
Mental Health Association. He
was also chairman of the Dade
County Youth Advisory Board
and of the Rabbinical As-
sociation's TV program "The
Still Small Voice."
He has been the recipient of
many awards, among them The
Jewish Liberation Award, The
City of Miami Mayor's and Com-
mission's Award, The National
Jewish Federation Community
Rabbinic Award, and the
American ORT Golden Award.
On the local and regional
levels, he is on the board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, the Clergy Dialogue of
Christians and Jews, the Scout
Council, the Advisory Council for
Mercy Hospital and the Epilepsy
Foundation.
Installation-Luncheon Set
For GMJF Women's Division
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division,
has announced the annual lun-
cheon and installation of officers
for the Division, will be held
Thursday, June 2 at noon at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Guest speaker for the event
will be Prof. Allen Pollack, a
member of the Executive of the
World Zionist Organization, the
Board of Governors of the Jewish
Agency of Israel, and the Board
of Directors of United Israel
Appeal.
Prof. Pollack was instrumental
in establishing the American
Academic Association for Peace
in the Middle East. He is also an
instructor in Russian History at
Brooklyn College, the University
of Pittsburgh and Yeshiva Uni-
versity, and he is known for his
expertise on the history of Com-
munism in the Soviet Union.
Mrs. Goldstein will be installed
as Division president for a second
term. Installed as vice presidents
will be Helene Berger, leadership
development; Ellen Mandler,
community education; and
Maxine Schwartz, campaign.
Other officers installed will be
Secretary Charlotte Held, Parlia-
mentarian Nancy Lipoff, and
Nominating Committee Chair-
man Gwen Weinberger.
Reservations will be accepted
through May 25. Further in-
formation may be obtained by
phoning the Women's Division
office.
Residents of Point East Condominium in North Miami Beach
recently paid special tribute to past residents, the late Anna
and Irving Rabinowitz, at a function marking the dedication of
an ambulance in their memory. From left to right are committee
members Anne Ackerman and Jack Weisman with Joseph
Handleman. national president of American Red Magen David
for Israel IARMD1) and Irving Gluck, chairman ARMDI at
Point East. In presenting the Breath of Life Award, Han-
dleman lauded the Point East Condominium residents for
support of Magen David Adorn IMDA) and pointed out that
"the ambulance memorializing Anna and Irving Rabinowitz,
gifted by the Robbins and Landau families, symbolizes the deep
bond of friendship between the Floridians and the .'. lelis."


rage 2-H
* Jewish fkr&Man
Friday, May 20,1977
Shavuot to be Observed
With Confirmation Services
Hoberman Re-elected ZOA President
Shavuot, the Festival of
Weeks, will be marked over an
extended weekend with services
at area synagogues. Ad-
ditionally, the schedule will
include Confirmation ceremonies.
Liberal congregations will ob-
serve a shortened schedule while
traditional synagogues will
conclude Shavuot observances
with Yizkor prayers on Tuesday.
Temple Emanu-EI will observe'
Shavuot with services beginning
at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. Mon-
day's schedule will include
services at 9 a.m., Confirmation
at 10:30 and evening prayers at
6:30. Tuesday's 9 a.m. services
will conclude with memorial
services at 10:30 a.m. Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate and Cantor
Zvi Adler will chant at all ser-
vices.
Dr. Leon Kronish will speak to
the question "What is this Pales-
tinian Homeland Why Isn't
Jordan Considered the Pales-
tinian Homeland?" at 8:15 p.m.
on Friday evening at Temple
Beth Sbolom. Shavuot will be
marked at the liberal congre-
gation with services at 7:30 p.m.
on Sunday and at 10:45 a.m. on
Monday. Monday's schedule will
include Yizkor prayers. The Con-
firmation Service which will be
held on Sunday evening at 7:30
p.m. will have as its theme:
"Who Are We? The Search for
Our Jewish Roots."
The Beth Am Federation of
Temple Youth will present the
service at Temple Beth Am on
Friday evening at 8:30 p.m.
David Lesser, president of the
youth group, will present the
sermon of the evening. The theme
of the original service is, "What
Shall We Think of God." Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will also give
a sermonette. To be honored at
the service, which is also Teacher
Sabbath, are Samuel Hollander
and Helen Tall. Shavuot services
will be held on Monday at 10 a.m.
with memorial prayers included.
Temple Zion will observe Con-
firmation on Friday evening at
8:15 p.m. Dr. Norman Shapiro
will officiate. Saturday morning
services will begin at 9 a.m.
Shavuot services will be held on
Monday and Tuesday at 9 a.m.
with the Tuesday schedule to
include Yizkor.
Ten young men and women
will be graduated from the
Temple Israel's Senior High
School this Friday evening as
part of the Sabbath Worship
Service. Following services,
which begin at 8 o'clock, the
graduates will join the annual
High School Confirmation
dinner-dance in Wolfson
Auditorium. Assistant Rabbi
Brett Goldstein will discuss:
"Learning to Love Ourselves."
Temple Or Olom will begin the
Shavuot observance with a
dinner on Sunday evening at 6
p.m. Services and confirmation
will follow at 8:15 p.m. A musical
program will be presented by the
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Elliott Kirshner will address the
congregation as will Rabbi
Sherman Kirshner.
A Cantata on the "Torah" will
be presented by Temple Beth
Tov's Religious School to mark
the holiday of Shavuot. Services
will be held Friday at 8:15 p.m.
with Rabbi Charles Rubel of-
ficiating.
Sabbath services will be con-
ducted at Temple Sinai of North
Dade on Friday evening at 8:15
p.m. and Sabbath morning ser-
vices at 10:30 a.m. Confirmation
will be held on Sunday evening at
7:30 p.m. On Monday morning,
May 23, the Confirmation Class
will help conduct the Shavuot
morning prayers together with
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley and
Cantor Irving Shulkes. Yizkor
prayers will be recited as part of
the festival worship.
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff and
Temple Bet Breira will celebrate
the second annual confirmation
service and also join in a special
birthday celebration for a
prisoner of conscience within the
Soviet Union, Friday, at the
Killian Pines United Methodist
Church. The service, which
begins at 8:15 p.m., is entitled
"Responsibility to Our
Brothers."
Young Israel of Hollywood will
mark the Shavuot holiday with
Sabbath services at 9 a.m. when
Rabbi Moshe Bomzer will speak
on "Chasing an Oasis."' Monday
and Tuesday services are slated
for 9 a.m. Rabbi Bomzer will dis-
cuss "You Were There! Or Were
You?" on Monday, and "A
Stranger May Be Closer Than
You Are" on Tuesday morning.
Yizkor will be recited during the
concluding service.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
at Shavuot services on both
Monday and Tuesday at Congre-
gation Beth Kodesh. Services will
introduce the holiday on Sunday
evening at 7 p.m. Monday's
schedule begins at 8:45 a.m. with
Rabbi Shapiro's topic to be "Our
Special Heritage." At the same
time Tuesday, Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss "We Owe An Ob-
ligation." Yizkor prayers will be
recited at 10 a.m.
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In the meantime, try these
cakes. They're quick and
easy to make, and a taste
treat everyone will want to
eat and eat and eat.
KRAFTS
MARBLE CHEESECAKE
1 cup graham cracker
crumbs
3 tbsp.Parkay margarine
melted
3 tbsp. sugar
3 8-oz. pkgs. Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese
up sugar
3 tbsp. flour
' sp vanilla
3 eggs
1 1-oz. square
unsweetened chocolate.
melted
Combine crumbs,
margarine and sugar: press
onto bottom of 9-inch
springform pan. Bake at 350
degrees, 10 minutes.
Increase oven temperature to
450 degrees.
Combine softened cream
cheese, sugar, flour and
vanilla, mixing at medium
speed on electric mixer until
well blended. Add eggs, one
at a time, mixing well after
each addition. To 1 cup of
batter add melted chocolate;
mix until well blended.
Spoon plain and chocolate
batters alternately over
crust: cut through batter
with knife several times for
marble effect. Bake at 450
degrees. 10 minutes. Reduce
oven temperature to 250
degrees; continue baking for
30 minutes. Loosen cake
from rim of pan; cool before
removing rim of pan. Chill.
BAVARIAN
APPLE TORTE
I j cup Parkay margarine
1 3 cup sugar
14 tsp. vanilla
1 cup flour
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese
'. cup sugar
1 egg
II tsp. vanilla
1 3 cup sugar
'i tsp. cinnamon
4 cups peeled thin
apple slices
14 cup sliced almonds
Cream margarine, sugar
and vanilla. Blend in flour
Spread dough onto bottom
and sides of 9-in.'
form pan
Combine softened cream
cheese and BUgar; mix well.
Add egg and vanilla.
Pour into pastry lined pan.
nbine sugar and cii
mon. Toss apples in sugar
mixture. Spoon apple
mixture over cream c
sprinkle with i
Bake at 450 degn
minutes. Reduce heat to 400
degrees, continue bak.:
minutes. Cool before re-
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servings.
Miami Beach and Surf side
civic and Zionist leader Louis
Hoberman was re-elected to his
seventh term as president of the
Brandeis District of the Greater
Miami Zionist Organization of
America last week at the monthly
meeting of that group.
Hoberman, a member of the
Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has also served as president
of the Dade Chapter of the
American Jewish Congress and
the Miami Beach Music and Arts
League. He served for 10 years as
vice mayor and councilman of the
Town of Surfside and was chan-
cellor commander of the George
Gershwin Lodge, Knights of
Pythias.
Hoberman was recently
honored by national officers of
the ZOA at a dinner on Miami
Beach for his work for Israeli
causes and the ZOA.
Other officers include Isaac
Donen, honorary president; Hose
Shapiro, Wolf Rosenblum, Albert
M. Shulman, Bernard Katz, Al
Cohen, vice presidents; Albert V
Rosenberg, treasurer; Fannie
Rest, recreational secretary
Leona Meisel, corresponding
secretary.
Directors include: Samuel Tnll
Ethel Toll, Thelma SheckS'
Irving Shalom, Charlotte
Shalom Estele Hoberman
Joseph Kahn, Louis Suchman
Nathan Greek, Alex Eig \J.
Nudelman, Ida Nudelman, Henry
Salus, Michael Goldberg GU
Rappaport, Harry JawjU
George Ossip, Max Raskin, Nat
Rue, Louis Winston, Dr. Archi-
bald C. Cohen; Honorary
Member Dr. Eugene Labovitz.
Names as honorary ljfe
members were Albert V Rosen-
berg and Joseph Kahn.
Fannie Rest acted as chair-
person of the Nominations
Committee.
JCC Camping Programs
Serve Young, Old
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida are offering
two camping programs this sum-
mer one for teens and one for
senior adults.
The JCC South Dade Exten-
sion is taking registration for the
Teen Travel Summer Camping
sessions two four-week
sessions beginning on June 20 for
seventh through ninth grades.
The group will meet at the JCC
Teen Center and take trips
around Miami to beaches, parks,
movies, horseback riding, tennis
lessons and weekend side trips to
Disney World and Sarasota -
Naples. Two week long trips to
Williamsburg, Jamestown. Va.,
during the first session, and
Houston, Tex., during the second
session will also be included in
the summer experience.
A Summer Vacation Camp for
seniors will include two four-week
sessions beginning on June
20 at the Boulevard Hotel, Miami
Beach.
Door to door transportation
will bring each camper to a day
filled with swimming instruction,
cook outs, dramatics. Yiddish
culture. Yoga, movie making
and a roof top sundeck.
Senior campers can attend a
three- or five day week session.
Summer Vacation Camp infor-
mation may be obtained at the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC and
Teen Travel Summer Camp
information is available at the
JCC South Dade Extension.
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Columnist is Tiny Propaganda Machine
DlT0R. The Jewish Floridian:
Uround the
Uine that is
wa
tiny propaganda
Kd'ward Cohen is
II that remains
Celt3 by log* or evidence of
hvsort.
llflUC
fa. virulent spewings against
launch guardian of our
, n "e Rabbi Phineas Weber-
C are simply outrageous. He
foffended every Torah true
, educated in a Yeshivah.
Ves the Bill of Rights grants
Uodox Jews the right to
Scale their young in their own
"tools "from nursery to college
' i" t0 go on from there to
Sake valuable contributions in
very field of endeavor to our
doved America.
THIS UNDERMINES our
Constitution? Is it a danger to
other Jews'7 It produces a set -
away from the "main-
Istream"?
YET. IN THE same column,
I Cohen chides Rabbi Weberman
for working with "goishe
(Americans'' Now who has the
"set-mind"?
I wonder what makes Cohen a
mayvin of the Torah? Has he ever
studied from original sources? A
good American is not afraid to
take the privilege of the Bill of
Rights and to observe the tenets
of his religion to the fullest.
ANNIFRUCHTER
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
In The Jewish Floridian of
May 6, Edward Cohen considers
the mind-set of those who studied
m Yeshivot and who maintain
closely knit Jewish communities
a danger to the peaceful
existence of the majority of
Jews."
t Cohen places more importance
upon liberal political views than
on the precepts of the Torah.
When these two conflict with
each other, he would choose
politics and reject religion.
HE WOULD prefer, for
example, the Jews join Gentile
country clubs even if that would
mean violating Jewish dietary
laws. Religion dictates that Jews
give up the privilege of belonging
to a country Ciub in order to keep
Kosher.
There is no need to argue much
to prove the falsity of Cohen's
fii'ws as to what presents the
greater danger to American
Jewry. Harsh statistics clearly
and sharply disprove his stand.
Intermarriage and simple
abandonment of Jewish identity
have reached the epidemic stage.
The attrition rate now stands at
more than fifty percent and, like
an inverted pyramid, the rate
rises geometrically.
IF JEWS do not abandon
liberal politics in favor of
^jgligious precepts, Judaism will
l^ompletely disappear from
America.
Assimilation, integration and
abandonment of Jewish identity
are the greatest danger facing
American Jewry today. In
Yeshiva education and in close -
knit Jewish communities lies the
only hope for the future of
Judaism in America.
In two decades from now,
those who were educated in
Yeshivot and who were raised in
closely knit Jewish communities
will be the only ones who will
identify with Israel and who will
support it financially and
politically.
In the end of his column,
"Sohen takes me to task for my
politcal affiliation with Gentiles.
In the beginning of his column,
he admits to suffering a spasm of
paranoia. He obviously suffered a
spasm of schizophrenia in the end
of his writing. If he feels isola-
tionism is a "danger," why does
he chastise me for being friendlv
to Gentiles?
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Letters to Editor
The Arab Nations -ir
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Arab nations are dedicated
to the destruction of Israel as a
Jewish State. They have failed to
destroy Israel with war, but they
are succeeding remarkably well in
another way.
Recent figures from the Israel
Central Bureau of Statistics
reveal that Arab population in
Israel is increasing at approxi-
mately twice the Jewish birth
rate. A United States Library of
Congress Study reports that
Arabs will outnumber Jews in
Israel in 72 years, including
Jewish immigration.
WHEN ARABS outnumber
Jews, then Arabs will control the
Israeli Government. Long before,
there will be major disorders and
violence against Jews within
Israel.
It is a certainty that Jews will
be persecuted and eliminated
from Israel when Arabs are in
majority, just as they were
eliminated from Egypt, Jordan
and Syria. The grandchildren of
soldiers who died to preserve
Israel will be driven out by an
Arab majority.
The Arab population growth is
a time bomb that gets more
dangerous day by day. It will
soon reach a point of no return.
IF THE Israeli government
does not take steps now to re-
create itself as a Jewish state,
then it will soon cease to exist.
It is necessary for Jews to
separate themselves from the
Arabs, however difficult this may
be, or there will be no Jewish
State at all. and the Arabs will
succeed in the "Final Solution of
the Jewish Problem."
MELVIN G. RUBEL
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The Soviet callousness and
brazen disregard for basic human
rights came once more to the fore
in the recent act of prohibiting
Moscow Jews from holding a
memorial gathering in front of
the only synagogue there to
honor the memory of Holocaust
martyrs on Remembrance Day.
This action was a continuation
of the Stalinist policy to eradicate
any mention of the fact that the
Jews were the main target of
Nazi extermination and to regard
them only as Soviet citizens mur-
dered by the "German fascists.'
FURTHERMORE, the Chief
Rabbi of Moscow and the
government appointed manage-
ment of the synagogues were
evidently forced to deny the
request of holding memorial
services inside the synagogue
under the pretext that it is
against Jewish tradition to hold
such service in the month of
Nisan.
This action reminds one of the
behavior of members of the
Judenrat in the ghettos who were
forced to adhere to the will of
their Nazi masters.
The increased wave of per-
secution and harassment directed
against Soviet Jews, especially
the recent accusations against
the aliyah activists, Anatoly
Sharansky, Slepak and others, of
being in the employ of American
intelligence, shows that the
Soviet leadership is resolved to
augment the pressure against
any manifestation on the part of
world Jewry and Israel.
HOWEVER. the recent
granting of exit permits to a
leading activist in Vilna, Naum
Salensky, as well as the release
from prison and permission to
leave given to Dr. Mikhail Stern,
also shows that the Soviets are
si ill very sensitive to an aroused
public opinion in the west. The
continuous flow of protest letters,
demonstrations, appeals, and in
the case of Dr. Stern, the
possibility of holding a public
trial in Holland and exposing
Soviet debasement of justice, no
doubt are still quite effective
means to bring about changes in
Soviet attitude and relief to the
victims.
It is therefore incumbent upon
Jews everywhere to continue and
increase the struggle in behalf of
Soviet Jewry and their right of
exit to the free world. This Is
simply a matter of saving Jews
from spiritual annihilation and
possible also from physical
danger to their lives.
DR. REUBEN EFRON
Jerusalem

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Friday, May 20,1977
Opti-Mrs. Elect Lillian Olkin President
Lillian Olkin, who was
recently elected president of
Opti-Mrs. of Mi-
ami Beach, will
U' installed ill
the Beach Club
Restaurant at
i hr 1 iemispheres,
Hallandale, on
Sunday, June .r>
ai 6:30 p.m.
\1i Olkin's
husband, Syd-
who has
OLKIN
nt'V, wno nas receive,: se\
eral awards from the North
Shore Optimists for his support
in the service of youth, will servt
as his wife's installing officer.
Mrs. Milton Olkin. past
president of Opti-Mrs., will be
chairman for the installation.
An original musical skit will be
written, narrated and sung by
past presidents Mickey Sonnett
and Bernice Troop. Polly Fiedler
will accompany the two women.
Mrs. Olkin, a member of Opti-
Mrs. for 14 years, was a board
member for the last four years
and has Invn active on several
committees. She has chaired the
telephone squad for three years
and was vice president for a year.
She is t he mother of two children.
Robert Zane Olkin and Sydney
I ana Heuiel
Other officers are Bea Hirsch
and Sydelle Blatt, vice presi-
dents. Betty Gottlieb, treasurer;
Charlotte Chester, recording sec-
retary; Beverly Hornreich,
corresponding secretary: Esther
Steiner and Norms Henig, social
secretaries
Members >( the board include
Bunny Baron, Claire Brotman,
Dorothy Cirmrl. \nita Charnas
Bonds to
Honor Jacobs'
\lr and Mrs Louis .lacohs will
he honored at the celebration of
the tenth anniversary of the re-
unification of Jerusalem to be
sponsored by the Triton Tower
Israel Bond Committee Thurs-
day. May 26, in the Triton Tower
Social Hall. Jacobs is president of
the Triton Tower Social Club and
active on behalf of many civic
and philanthropic organizations.
Heading the committee are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Deitsch, chair-
men: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen,
Mrs. Belle Stein and Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Winawer, cochair-
men; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Amdur.
Mrs. Klse Bonem. Mr. and Mrs.
1'incus Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Luboff and Mrs. Goldie Stein,
honorary chairmen.
The program will be headed by
the American Jewish folk
humorist. Larry Dorn.
Wholesale Distributors of
Frances Fox, Iris Holden, Roslyn
Hurwitz, Norman Kur. Helene
Jackson, Lillian Levine, Dorothy
Miller, Mrs. Jeff Olkin, Geri
Peters, Irene Pilzer, Anne Pines,
Helen Segal, Mickey Sonnett,
Bernice Troop, Mitzie Webster
and Muriel Weston.
Sky Lake Site Dedication
Scheduled for Sunday
Rabbi Dov Bidnick. spiritual leader, and Max
Heimowitz, president of the Sky Lake Orthodox Syna-
gogue of North Miami Beach, have announced that the
new synagogue site will be dedicated on Sunday, May 22
at 10:30 a.m. at 1850 NK 183 St.. North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Bidnick. who will serve as master of
ceremonies, will present speakers which include Congress-
man William Lehman, Mayor Walter Pesetsky and Rabbi
Mordechai Shapiro, president of the Orthodox Rabbinical
Council of Greater Miami. Other participants will include
Heimowitz and Anita Brender. Sisterhood president.
Architect Milton Abrams will unveil a model of the
new sanctuary complex and will present final plans for the
synagogue. Those in attendance will be taken on a tour of
the site.
Ground breaking is scheduled for late August or early
September. Completion date is scheduled for Feb., 1978.
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The Sefer Torah shown here has made its nay around the world
from Kobrin, Poland. Netyana, Israel and to Miami Beach and
soon will he placed in the synagogue at the Wall in Jerusalem
Shown holding the historic religious artifact are (from left}
Rabbi Alexander Gross, principal Hebrew Academy of Greater A
Miami; donor William Silrerstein and Rabbi Tibor Stem.
Silrerstein lias requested the Torah be dedicated in Jerusalem
in honor of the dedication of the William and Bess Silrerstein
Junior High School on Sunday, May 15 at the Hebrew
Academy.
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May 22 1:30 p.m.
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Soviet Union has refused to live by it. They have
repeatedly refused to give hundreds of thousands of
Soviet Jews their visas. Many of them have been
thrown in jail just for applying. But conditions have
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Outstanding Citizen,
Selection to be Made
At Dade Awards Lunch
Gen. Peled to Speak at Sholom Dinnei
Nominations are now closed for
the thirtieth annual Dade County
Outstanding Citizens Awards to
be presented Thursday, May 26,
at a noon luncheon in the Grand
H.illroom of The Four
Ambassadors.
Only one man and one woman
will be selected for this award and
will be named "The Man and
Woman of the Year.'* The award
is based upon outstanding civic
service in Dade County for 1976.
Efforts of each nominee must be
a result of civic motivation for
which no compensation has been
received. Nominations must be
by recognized civic groups.
Sponsor of the event is B"nai
B'rith Sholem Ledge 1024.
Awards Patron this year, as for
the past 29 years, is Joseph M.
Lipton, chairman of the board,
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association.
THE 14 MEN and women
nominees are:Anne Ackerman.
nominated by Brandeis Lodge
2705 B'nai B'rith; "as an out-
standing representative of the
views of the average American
before all legislative bodies."
Ethel Beckford, by Dade
County Community Schools'
Council, for her fight to obtain
the best education for children."
ESTHER BRENNER, by the
American Red Cross. "She
exhibits a totally unselfish at-
titude in helping the American
Red Cross to serve others in the
Dade County community."
Mollie Brilliant, by the
American Society for Technion,
Women's Division, "for her
leadership role in more than two
dozen community wide appeals
and drives."
William "Bill" Colson, by the
Orange Bowl Committee. "As
president of Miami's 1976 Bicen-
tennial Pageant, HOORAY.
USA, Bill dedicated over one
year of his life to this event which
brought great credit to the
community."
JAYSON FERRON. by the
American National Red Cross.
"He has demonstrated an over-
whelming interest in the safety of
Dade County citizens."
Rose Galton. by B'nai B'rith
Women, for her "coordination of
the Dolls for Democracy .
Program."
Doris M. Gibbs, by Goodwill
Industries of South Florida, Inc.,
"for 1.400 hours of volunteer
work at Goodwill for each of the
past two years."
JUDGE WILLIAM E. Glad-
stone, by The Mental Health
Association of Dade County,
Inc., "for his tremendous concern
and compassion for people .
and activity in every one of our
23 working committees and .
various programs of the
Association."
Milton Gordon, by National
Association of Retired Federal
Employees, "for his continuous
series of voluntary acts of public
service and civic activities."
Carol Greenberg, by Concept
House, Inc., "because he believes
in the rehabilitation of narcotic
addicts."
VIRGINIA HOOVER, by
Pine Acres Civic Association.
"She has encouraged many
citizens in this community to
participate in governmental
decision making processes."
Norma Hunt, by Third Cen-
tury USA. "Her bicentennial
service leaves an entire inventory
of physical, social and spiritual
benefits." v
Doris I son, by Metropolitan
Dade County Florida, "for her
outstanding work as a South
Dade civic leader."
DR. C. EUGENE Looper. by
Goodwill Industries of South
Florida. Inc., because "he has
worked tirelessly in efforts to
place handicapped persons in
jobs in competitive industry."
Mrs. Mignon Medrano, by the
Cuban Museum of Arts and
Culture, Inc., for her indefa-
tigable leadership which has been
instrumental in the creation of
the Cuban Museum of Arts and
Culture."
Elizabeth L. Metcalf, Ph.D.,
League of Women Voters. "She
works very hard to help the
League reach its goal of pro-
moting political responsibility."
EMILIO Mill AN. by Sagua
la Grande in Exile, for his
"dedication to the exaltat'on and
defense of all freedoms."
Robert H. Newman, by the
Leukemia Society of America,
Inc. "He is a man deeply 'in-
volved' in a world where few seek
involvement.' "
Leo Plotkin, by the Dade
County Association for Retarded
Citizens, "who can justly be
called the Father of the Human
Rights Advocacy Committees."
DR. MANOLO Reyes, by the
United Way. "He is truly the
voice of the United Way for
Dade's Latin community."
Terry "Archie" Roberts, by
Loyal Order of Moose West
Dade Lodge 1825, "for his single -
handed fight for low cost
transportation for the handi-
capped and elderly."
Robert Russell, by the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida. "He chaired the cam-
paign to develop the Michael -
Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center, a facility serving over
2,000 families in North Dade and
South Broward."
ERNEST SAMUELS, from
Brandeis Lodge 2705 B'nai
B'rith. "He has organized and is
the president of an association of
condominiums of over 75,000
members and devotes all of
his efforts towards making life
more enjoyable in these
thousands of homes."
Yvonne Santa-Maria, by the
Latin Business and Professional
Women's Club, "for helping to
bridge the gap' between two lan-
guages and two distinct
cultures."
Elda Santeiro, by the League
Against Cancer, Inc., "For her
unselfish dedication and never -
ending enthusiasm."
JOHN SMITH, by the North
Dade Chamber of Commerce,
"for his personal dedication in
helping Dade's handicapped
citizens."
Joyce Wells, by the Greater
Miami Youth Symphony of Dade
County, whose "greatest accom-
plishment has been the reactiva-
tion of the Youth Symphony .
which she initiated and organized
practically single handedly."
Cochairmen of the event are
Kenneth S. Hoffman and Ronald
A. Shapo Permanent judges are
George Beebe, associate pub-
lisher, Miami Herald; Ralph
Renick, vice president, WTVJ;
and Fred Shochet, publisher and
editor. The Jewish Floridian.
Hospitality and reservations
coordinators are Dena and
Chester Leiter. The events direc-
tor of public relations is Milliard
"Buz" Avrutis.
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Maj. Gen. Elad Peled, director
general of Israel's Ministry of
Education and Culture, will be
the guest speaker at the Temple
Beth Sholom United Jerusalem
Dinner celebrating the tenth an-
niversary of the reunification of
Jerusalem Sunday, June 5, at the
Temple Social Hall it was an-
nounced jointly by James S.
Knopke, outgoing president, and
Milton M. Gay nor. newly-elected
president of the temple.
It will be at this occasion that
the United Jerusalem Award will
be presented to Dr. Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom, and
national chairman of the Israel
Bonds Rabbinic Cabinet and
national cochairman of the Israel
Bond campaign. The United
Chabad House Offers
Women's Seminars
Chabad House, Florida Luba-
vitch Headquarters, Miami
Beach, is offering seminars for
Jewish women from 18-35 on
"Judaism and Women's Iden-
tity" beginning on Wednesday,
May 25 at 8 p.m.
Classes for single parent
families and for coed singles in
Jewish mysticism are open at no
charge to the public. Babysitting
will be provided.
Jerusalem Congregation Award
will be conferred upon the temple.
In announcing the awards,
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the South Florida
Israel Bond Organization, noted
that as national chairman of the
Israel Bonds Rabbinic Cabinet.
Rabbi Kronish joined with Mayor
Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem and
Gen. Uzi Narkiss, commander of
the troops that captured the Old
City of Jerusalem, issuing the
proclamation calling for tu
worldwide United Jerusalem
campaign which is mobile,,,.,
millions of dollars in Israel M,mH
funds.
Dr. Leon Kronish /second from left), spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom, receives congratulations on being named for the
United Jerusalem Award which will be presented to him ut the
Temple Beth Sholom United Jerusalem Dinner on Sunday
June 5, at the Temple Social Hall. Congratulating Rabbi
Kronish are James S. Knopke Heft), immediate past president
of the temple, Michael B. Goldstein (second from right),
chairman of the dinner, and Milton M. Gaynor, newlv i lected
president. Dinner Chairman Goldstein is past president of Beth
Sholom Young Adults, a past chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Accounting Division and a member of the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds Advisory Committee.
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f f Tell us
about human rights ?
What right is there
to corrupt
our children?"
//In our 5,000-year history, religious persecution has plagued us in many forms
In tyrants of various shades, We are now faced with another tyrannical at-
tack 9w our religious freedom,
The continued existence of a religion is dependent upon its two major
foundations solid family life and good education. Judaism requires thai we
teach our children to respect their teachers and to learn from them both
scholarship and character. Judaism requires that we teach our children to re-
spect our neighbors and to maintain good relations with them.
For this reason we have always been extremely selective in choosing
people who would teach our children. Jewish law prohibits parents from al-
lowing their children to be taught by people who arc sexually perverted or
promiscuous Jewish ethical teat lungs -tat, that we should keep away from
neighbors who arc unmoral. Upon the strong foundations of school and
home. Jewish communities were able to thrive even against great odds.
The Jewish community of Dade County is now threatened by an act
thai would deny us our religious freedom. Metro's Homosexual Ordinance.
by threat of a stiff jail sentence and fine, would force religious leaders to
hire homosexual teachers and would force a family to rent to an avowed ho-
mosexual couple.
In other countries where religious freedom is denied, its Citizens have
no recourse. But. thank Cod. we live in those blessed United States, where
democracy allows us to repeal laws that are oppressive More than s.xty-six
thousand citizens oi Dade County signed a petition that forced Metro to pui
this issue before the voters. We appeal .0 all people of good will and decent
character to come out and vote on June 7th FOR repeal of the Homosexual
Ordinance.
We ask you to save our schools, save our family structures and save
our children. %^
Vote FOR human rights.
Vote FOR religious freedom.
Vote FOR morality.
Vote FOR decency.
Vote FOR repeal of Metro s
dangerous homosexual
ordinance June 7!
RABBI MOSHE BOMZER. Rabbi, Young Israel
O) Hollywood
RABBI DOV BIDNIK, Rahhi. Sky Lake Synagogue
Treasurer. Orthodox Rabbinical Council
RABBI SHELDON EVER. Rabbi, Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute
RABBI ABRAHAM GRONER. Rabbi, Mesvitaof
Greater Miami
RABBI A. KORF. Director, Central Organization
tor Jewish Education. Honda Region
RABBI SHOLOM B. LIPSKER. Dean, Lubavitch
Educational Center
RABBI Z. LEFF. Rahhi, Young Israel ot
Greater Miami
RABBI DOW ROSENCWAIG. Rahhi. Cuban
Hebrew Circle
RABBI ELIEZER ROKACH. Associate Principal,
Hebrew Academy <>) Greater Miami
RABBI MILTON SIMON. Instructor. Talmudic
College oj Florida
RABBI TZVI SCHUR. Rahhi, Congregation
Ohr Hat haim
RABBI MORDECAI SHAPIRO. Rabbi, Beth Israel
Congregation. President. Orthodox Rabbinical
Council
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN. Rabbi, Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue
RABBI PHINEAS A. WEBERMAN. Rabbi, Ohev
Shalom Congregation. Secretary. Orthodox
Rabbinical Council
RABBI YOCHANON ZWEIG. Dean. Talmudic
College of Florida
Homosexual militants are satisfied with neither a mental-
health approach nor with demanding civil rights. They are
clear in insisting on society's recognition of sexual deviation
as an alternative lifestyle, morally legitimate and socially
acceptable.
For religious groups to aver that a homosexual relation
ship should be judged by the same criteria as a heterosexual
one is to abandon the last claim of representing the Judeo-
Christian tradition.
Were society to give its open or even tacit approval to
homosexuality, it would invite more aggressiveness on the
part of adult pederasts toward young people.
-DR. NORMAN LAMM. President. Yeshiva University.
quoted in Encyclopedia Judaica.
Paid political advertisement paid for by Save Our Children. Inc. Bob Green. Treasurer


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Friday, May 20,1977
Suss man Installed As
Beth Kodesh Prexy
Joseph Sussman was installed
as the new president of the Beth
Kodesh Congregation last
, weekend by Rabbi Max Shapiro
at a joint installation of Sister-
hood, Men's Club and Temple
officers.
Other Temple officers included
Ben Wise, Irving Lubin and Max
Small, vice presidents; Pay
Coulton, treasurer and financial
secretary; Florence Becker,
recording secretary and Elsa
Kreutzer, corresponding
secretary.
Board of Directors members
are Max Apfelbaum, George
Bernstein, Sam Cohen, Lester
Crozier, Harry Hart, Shirley '
Krissel, M. J. Kopelowitz, Nellie
Lubin, Sidney Margulies, Phil
Levi Jr., Ethel Greenbaum,
David Rothman, Bernard Sedon,
Lee Schulwolf, Juliet Stone,
Sarah Stone, Joe Rotenberg,
Jean Rotenberg, Millicent Wise,
Fred Rosenthal and Jean Sch-
wartz.
Sisterhood officers include
Dorothy Kopelowitz, Gussie
.Jacobskind, Leah Kleber, Ethel
Lackey, Jeanette Edelstein and
Sadie Schucart.
Officers of the Men's Club are
Lou Slotnick, Harry Hart, Lester
Crozier, Joe Rotenberg and Max
- Small.
KATHRYN SUSAN
GONSHAK
Sweet Sixteen
Kathryn Susan Gonshak,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David M. Gonshak, will cele-
brate her Sweet Sixteen on
Saturday, May 21, with a
party at the Gonshak s
Westchester home. Kathy is
a student at Coral Park
Senior High School where
she is a cheerleader.
Community Corner
Ethnic Is In: Miami's Bayfront Auditorium becomes the focal
point of the world's cultures during the 1977 Miami International Folk
Festival. May 14-22, a time when the ethnic heritage of its people is
honored. Entertainment, exotic foods, fine arts and sports fill the
schedule and most activities are free.
What's In A Name?: Temple Beth Solomon will now be known as
Temple King Solomon as its goal becomes its title. Rabbi David Raab
and congregation hope to build a replica of the original Temple of King
Solomon of Jerusalem Sadye Simonitz, now Mrs. Philip Altman. a
graduate of Stratford High School in 1926, is being actively sought for
the 51st reunion of her class.
Appropriate to the Day: A Sephardic Torah scroll will be
dedicated at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Dr. and
Mrs. David Russin presented both the Torah and its silver Sephardic
case to the synagogue.
By, For and With the Kinder: Ransom-Everglades School and
Thespian Troupe 273 will present, on May 20 and 21, the drama "The
Diary of Anne Frank." To be performed in the Upper School
Auditorium, the play stars Susie Kline in the role of Anne Frank. One
faculty member, Fred Karrenberg, will play Anne's father Coral
Gables resident Kenneth Shalik will be one of four Jewish graduates
from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy this June Several honors
graduates of Miami-Dade Community College were recipients of
special scholarship awards at commencement programs on May 8.
Receiving the Presidential Scholars Awards of $1,000 were Kathryn
Schwartz, Medical Center Campus; Geri Rudd, New World Center
Campus; Rodney B. Forrest, North Campus, and Theresa A. Kieman,
South Campus Beth Torah Congregation, The Hebrew Academy
and Temple Adath Yeshurun's Camp Simcha are all registering
students for their summer camp and school programs Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Cypen have a double simcha as son Stuart graduates
from medical school this June with daughter Beverly just three years
behind her older brother.
Honorable Menschen Mention: Paul Becker, winner of the Dade
County speech contest sponsored by the Institute of Financial
Education, won top honors in the State of Florida competition Dr.
Manuel Viamonte Jr., director of Radiological Services at Mt. Sinai
Medical Center, has been awarded an honorary doctorate of science
from Biscayne College Former Assistant State Attorney Ron
Lieberman, 31, has been elected president of Transition Inc., a local
volunteer organization helping ex-offenders adjust and become pro-
ductive members of society after release from jail. Arkadi Rywlin,
M.D. has been elected first vice president of the American Physicians
Fellowship for Israel Medical Association Ann Katz Greenberg
was honored at the dedication of the Nursing Skills Lab at the new
) downtown Medical Center Campus of Miami-Dade Community
College Ruth Yablick-Schaffzin and Jerrold and Jane Goodman
have donated The Encyclopaedia Judaic a to the
Miami Beach Senior High School, the Talmudic
College of Florida and The Mesivta High School.
Rabbi Tibor Stern has recently returned from
Israel where he participated in the Jerusalem
International Book Fair. Rabbi Stern's activities
also included lecturing at the newly established
Louis and Etta Schiff School at Yeshivat Netiv
and dedicating the Celia Steele Pavilion at the
Bickur Cholim Hospital.
For Local Groupies: Milton Fisher, J. W. Alfred, Mrs. Lorin
Nelson, Gordon MacLeod and Mrs. John Turner are taking the helm
of the Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross Retirees
of New York District 65 will meet Tuesday, May 24, at 12:30 p.m. at
American Savings & Loan Association auditorium on Lincoln Road
. Surfside Garden Club will hold its annual installation luncheon on
Sunday, May 22, noon, at the Holiday Inn, 8701 Collins Avenue. .
The President of the National March of Dimes organization, Joseph F.
Nee, will be the guest speaker May 24 at the Dade County chapter's
annual dinner at the Green Dolphin restaurant, Miamarina, at 7 p.m.
. Patrons of the Museum of Science, Miami, will install officers for
the coming year during a May 23 luncheon at the Green Dolphin
restaurant, Miamarina. Incoming president is Mrs. Jasper Moore.
Other officers to be installed by Mrs. Claire Weintraub are Mrs.
Edward Storin, Mrs. Julio Clarke, Mrs. Jack Carrier, Mrs. Arthur
McCormick and Mrs. Paula Cooney.
MRS. JEFFREY HEIST
Klein-Heist
Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Klein of North Miami Beach
have announced the mar-
riage of their daughter,
Janice, to Jeffrey Heist, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V.
Heist of North Miami, on
Saturday, May 14 at the
DuPont Plaza Hotel with
Rabbi Frank officiating.
Susan Gutierrez, Lesley
Brooks and Deborah Heath
served as Bridesmaids to
Janice, with Man Celli
serving as Maid of Honor
and Kelli Brooks acting as
Flower GirL
Ushers were Steven Klein,
Robert Hinney and Peter
Magaldo. Stewart Heist
served as Best Man.
After a honeymoon to San
Francisco and Lake Tahoe,
the couple will reside in
North Miami.
og Douglas Gardens
Elects Thau New
Zelda K. Thau has been elected
to serve as president of the
Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliarv of the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital For The
Aged at Douglas Gardens
Installation ceremonies will be
held in the Fontaine Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel at 11:30
a.m. Tuesday. May 31.
Since settling in Miami Beach
20 years ago, Mrs. Thau has
served as spokeswoman and
participant in a host of charitable
and humanitarian causes. In 1976
she was a candidate for the Dade
County Outstanding Citizens
Award.
Other officers to be sworn in
are Millie Silver man and Shari
Silverman, honorary presidents;
Helen Herman, Frances
Makovsky, Esther Mayer,
Martha Greenberger and Henney
Jaffe. vice presidents; and Hazel
Cypen, parliamentarian.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El, will be the
installing officer. Mrs. Jack
Katzman will be chairman of the
day. The invocation will be given
by Polly deHirsch Meyer and
Judge Irving Cypen will make a
congratulatory toast to the new
president and the other officers.
The day's events will also include
a luncheon and musical enter-
tainment program.
Auxiliary
President
MRS. MICHAEL SUCHER
Green-Sucher
Jodi Lee Green, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George T.
Green of Bay Harbor
Islands, and Michael Ian
Sucher, son of Mrs. Phyllis
Sucher and the late William
Sucher also of Bay Harbor
Islands, were married on
Sunday, May 15 at Temple
Menorah with Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz officiating. A
reception at the Doral on the
Ocean followed the
ceremony.
Bridesmaids were Margo
Green, Anna Sucher, Rhonda
Sucher and Cindy Sucher
with Besselle Tallin serving
as Junior Bridesmaid and
Mrs. Adrienne Tallin serving
as Matron of Honor.
Ushers included Jimmy
Weiss, Randall Green,
Michael Karp, Richard
Climan and Richard Tallin.
Brian Sucher served as Best
Man and Howard Sucher
was the ringbearer.
The bride wore a
traditional candlelight satin
dress.
After a honeymoon trip to
Aruba the couple will reside
in Montreal, Que.
ZELDA THAU
Funds raised by the Greater
Miami Women's Auxiliary are
used as maintenance for the
Home's residents, as well as for
certain capital improvements
in particular, Douglas Gardens'
Physical Therapy Center.
Karen Suster to Receive Award
At Beth Moshe Friday Night Service
Rabbi Louis Lederman and
Rabbi Emeritus Joseph A. Gor-
finkel will conduct Friday night
services at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Moshe for an Awards Sabbath.
Temple Beth Moshe, through
the National Federation of Jew-
ish Men's Clubs,
will award the
Youth Leader-
ship Award to
Karen Suster,
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jaime
Suster.
The sterling
silver medal-
lion and certifi-
cate will be presented to her at
Friday night services on May 20.
Sam Diemar, president of Beth
Moshe's Men's Club, will present
the award.
The recipient is a tenth grade
honor student at North Miami
Senior High. She is president of
SUSTER
her synagogue's youth group and
has participated as a counsellor,
trainee in a leadership apprentice
program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of North Miami
Beach.
Future plans of the recipient
include college and a degree in
pharmacology.
JCC Forming
Ham Radio Club
The Michael-Ann Russell Jew-
ish Community Center will hold
the first meeting of its newly
formed Ham Radio Club on
Wednesday, May 18 at 8 p.m. at
the North Miami Beach Center.
The Club, a part of the Israel
America Communications
organization, communicates
regularly with its two stations in
Israel and is under the direction
of Benjamin Nemser.
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JNF Award Goes to Hebrew Academy
The Degel Yerushalayim,
Banner of Jerusalem, awarded by
the Jewish National Fund for
outstanding achievement in
teaching about Israel and Jeru-
salem was presented to the
Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami at Jerusalem Day Cere-
monies held on Monday. May 16.
Gene Greenzweig, executive
director of the Central Agency for
n Education presented
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy
with the banner for the intensive
study of Jerusalem in its
spiritual, historical and physical
aspects, as well as for activities
on behalf of Israel and the Jewish
National Fund.
The Hebrew Academy included
among its projects for Jerusalem
a display and exhibit prepared by
its students under the direction
of Rabbi Eliezer Rokach. assis-
tant principal, special ceremonies
honoring Jerusalem on the eve of
Jerusalem Day. as well as courses
on Israel taught as part of the
school program during the year.
Special mention was made of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy
where a special unit on "The
Redemption of the Land" was
introduced into the school curri-
culum under the direction of its
principal. DrorZadok.
Each of the six schools that
participated were cited for their
achievements during the year
Rochelle Baltuch Re-elected
, Beth Torah Sisterhood President
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation has
re elected Rochelle Baltuch to
serve as president of the Sister-
hood for 1977 78.
Mrs. Baltuch, along with her
officers, will be installed at a
special ceremony Wednesday,
May 25, at 8:15 p.m. in the Main
Sanctuary. The installing officers
will be Dr. Max A. Lipschitz and
Mrs. Nat Siesser who served as
president prior to Mrs. Baltuch.
Mrs. Baltuch has actively
served the Sisterhood during the
past years as Torah Fund chair-
man. Membership vice president,
CEAC vice president, and Ways
-*nd Means vice president. She
has also served on the board of
the Florida Branch Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism, of which Beth Torah
Sisterhood is a member, and was
the Youth Activities chairman,
Leadership Training chairman
and Conference '76 vice chair-
man.
Mrs. Baltuch is also active in
the Hillel Community Day
School and is an advisor to their
_PTA. She is a member of the
/National Council of Jewish
Women, Hadassah, and serves on
the board of the Sky High
Chapter of the Hope School for
the Mentally Retarded.
She has been active in Youth
activities, having served as the
International recording secretary
of ATID, the collegiate organiza-
tion of United Synagogue of
America before becoming its
national assistant coordinator.
She served as field worker for the
I Metropolitan Region of United
Synagogue Youth while in New
York, where she received her
.education at Queens College, and
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Regional Southeast Youth Com-
mission and the National Kadima
Committee.
Mrs. Baltuch is a Hebrew
school teacher at Temple Adath
Yeshurun. Prior to her becoming
Sisterhood president, she taught
four years at Beth Torah s Reli-
gious School.
Other officers to be installed
are: CEAC Vice President, Mrs.
George Edelson; Membership
Vice President, Mrs. Ted Martin;
Ways and Means Vice President,
Mrs. Martin Knobel; Youth Vice
President, Mrs. Mel Keil; Vice
President at Large. Mrs. Alan
Mintz; Gift Shop Vice President,
Mrs. Arthur Winto; Treasurer,
Mrs. Eric Gutman; Financial
Secretary, Mrs. Gerald Jones;
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.
Irving Krugel; Social Secretary,
Mrs. Joseph Golden; and
Recording Secretary, Mrs. Louis
Foster.
,and presented with certificates of
honor from the Jewish National
IFund by Nily Falic, JNF educa-
tional consultant, and Abraham
il. Gittelson, associate director of
the C A.IF..
(rver 600 students attended the
Ceremonies which were opened by
Rabbi Gross of the host school.
Memorial prayers, chanted by
Benjamin Ben-Ari, Hebrew
Academy teacher, were offered in
memory of the Israeli soldiers
killed this past week in the crash
of their army helicopter.
Each school, the Hillel Com-
munity Day School choir, the
Torah Academy, the Lehrman
Day School, Beth David Solomon
Schechter Day School, Temple
Beth Shalom of Hollywood, and
the Hebrew Academy, presented
a portion of the program.
Following the presentations,
Abraham Grunhut, president of
the JNF of Greater Miami, of-
fered greetings and congratu-
lations to each of the schools.
During the previous weeks,
judges selected from leading
educators of the community had
visited the schools to observe the
various ways in which Jerusalem
and Israel had been introduced
into the curriculum. Judges
included Irving Shapiro, Jewish
educator. Dr. Diana Reisman,
Hollywood educational adminis-
trator for the CAJE, Shmuel
Rabina, Israel community
shliazh and Sandy Andron, direc-
tor of Youth Programming for
the CAJE.
Jacobs Book Eyes Trend
In Film-Makersr Comeback
Hollywood Renaissance, bv Diane Jacobs
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"Yes, the trend is there, says Inane Jacobs, a rising young
star in cinema critique. Her new book is destined to be a
standard reference on the art of the great directors who have
sparked the film-making renaissance of the seventies men like
Altman (MASH. Nashville); Cassavetes (Woman Under the
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Mazursky (Harry and Tonto; Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice);
Scorsese (Taxi Driver, Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More); and
others.
Very readable. Hollywood Renaissance is written for movie
buffs and students as well as professionals. Ms. Jacobs analyzes
the work of the subject directors, their impact on the current
scene, and the trend they have set, pointing to the formulae of
the Thirties: good movies making good money, with the screen-
writers, cinematographers and producers sharing glory with the
director.
MUCH OF THE text is based on personal interviews, and
the six chapters are illustrated with striking photographs, plus a
comprehensive filmography on 42 pictures.
Hollywood Renaissance is a book the reader will consume
with joy. It belongs on gift lists and the reading list of every
school course on the cinema arts. The book can be ordered by
sending $12 directly to: Film Division, A. S. Barnes & Co., Inc.,
Cranbury, N.J. 08512.
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Friday, May 20,1977
3I" ?SabbtntcaUan.er
Devoted to discussion of themes and issues; Re/evonf fo Jewish life past and present
Co-ordinated by the Co-editors
GREATER MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION DR. MAX A. UPSCHITZ RABBI SIMCHA FREEDMAN
Why Are Young Jews Drawn to the Moonies?
By Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard, D.H.L., D.D.
It is a startling statistic that
30 percent of the young people
whom the Rev. Moon has cap-
tured by his Divine Principle
movement are Jews. We have to
ask ourselves why are so man;
young Jews drawn away from tht
Jewish community and why are
they so susceptible to the brain-
washing that is a part of the
Moon indoctrination? What
Moon gives his followers is a
home and a purpose. He gives
them a sense of belonging and a
mission. He says to his young
converts, "Fallow me, and you
will never want again and you
will have a share in the glory that
is coming to me."
We can understand why young
Jews are drawn to a movement
that talks about a united
mankind and universalistic goals.
They learn about such goals as
part of Judaism. What is difficult
to understand is why these young
people think it necessary to
revolt against the religion of their
parents in order to accomplish
these goals.
Perhaps the answer lies in the
fact that their parents managed
to conceal these goals of
Judaism. Perhaps the parents did
riot dramatize, as does the Rev.
Moon, the mission of belonging
to a group. Perhaps the young
people were attracted by the very
fep/ency and enthusiasm in
Moon that was absent in their
parents' presentation of Judaism.
No doubt there are many factors
at work in the revolt of a
youngster against his parents,
many of them of a psychological
nature, but I believe that it is
worth our while to think about
the half-heartedness of the
Jewish commitment of most
Jewish parents today.
We have become so liberal and
so intellect uali/.tti. we have
become so culture-oriented and so
busy with worldly pursuits that
we have made of our Judaism
just another of many things that
claim our time and attention.
This kind of diluted and passive
concern does not challenge our
children to become involved in
our faith.
JEREMIAH spoke of his need
to speak of God"s commands as
"a fire in my bones." Unless we
can fan the flames of our sput-
tering Jewish commitment we
will continue to find our children
-eaching out for exotic but de-
manding faiths.
The Lost Lambs
When we speak of the Rev.
Moon's Jewish converts, we are
not talking about tens of
thousands of people but of a few
thousand.
Nonetheless, we need to know
what kind of youngsters Moon is
capturing. Reports seem to in-
dicate that he is attracting
children who have not "made it"
in the family structure. They are
school drop-outs or hippies or
young people with obvious psy-
chological problems. What they
have in common is a feeling of
being unwanted or lost. They
think they are failures. They
revolt against their parents, but
they are really very dependent,
and they turn to the first hand
that beckons in a friendly fashion
to them.
Like Amalek, which attacked
the stragglers along the escape
route from F.gypt. Moon attacks
the helpless.
He says to them, "Come to me.
and I will give you a home and
love and food and a job to do."
Suddenly the child who was last
on the totem pole of accomplish-
ment is first. He has become the
chief aide to the world's savior!
DO WE have such a task for
our own children? After all, it is
Judaism that first projected the
goals of the Messianic Day when
all men and women would live in
peace and justice. It is Judaism
which first spoke of the beckon-
ing God who says, "Come and be
as I am." Why^do we hide these
great tasks from our children
(and from ourselves)? And why
do we hide our love from our
children? Why do we insist that
the price of our approval is that
they be a competitive success in
the academic world? Why do we
panic when our children are less
than geniuses?
Our tradition teaches, "The
last are the most beloved." God
has a special place in Mis heaYt
for those who don't quite gain
Social acceptance. This is one of
the grand Talmudic themes
which had a great revival in the
early days of Hasidism (18th
century). It is time to re-learn
this great lesson.
?Question Box?
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Question: Why is the main
body of prayer (the Shmoneh
Esreh 19 Benedictions) recited
twice, i.e., once by the congre-
gation and once by the cantor?
Answer: Actually, even the
cantor's recitation is considered
to be a recitation by the congre-
gation, thus compounding the
question that is being asked here.
There are two areas to be dis-
cussed in answer to this question
First, as is mentioned in a
number of sources, the reason for
which the cantor repeats the
main body in prayer is generally
for the sake of those who do not
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bamidbar
"A good way off shall they pitch round about the tent of
meeting" (Num. 2.2).
BAMIDBAR "And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the
wilderness of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the first day
of the second month, in the second year after they were
come out of the land of Egypt, saying: 'Take ye the sum of
all the congregation of the children of Israel, by their
families, by their fathers' houses, according to the number
of names, every male, by their polls; from twenty years
old and upward, all that are able to go forth to war in
Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even thou and
Aaron' (Numbers 1.1-3). Exclusive of the Levites, who
were not numbered, the total sum of men of military age
was 603,555. There follows a description of the Israelites'
encampments during their journeys through the desert:
there were four major camps, each of three tribes; one
under the flag of Judah, one under the flag of Reuben, one
under the flag of Ephraim, and one under the flag of Dan.
The Levites camped separately near the sanctuary;
among the Levites, each clan had a particular service to
render in regard to the sancturay.
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based I
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P. Wollman-,
Tsamir, SIS, published by ShengoM. The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane, New York, N.Y. 1003a. Joseph Schlang is president of the society |
distributing the volume.
know how to recite the entire
prayer of the 19 benedictions, as
well as those who may not have
recited it in its entirety because
they erred in its recitation.
The repetition of the cantor
thus makes sure that the congre-
gation recited the prayers in
perfect order.
Second, the two recitations
constitute two different fulfill-
ments in the act of prayer.
Every individual Jew has an
obligation to pray at the ap-
pointed times. In the course of
the silent prayer he thus fulfills
this obligation. It is also true
that every Jew is required to join
in communal prayer with his
fellow Jew. This accomplishment
of communal prayer is only
achieved when there is a quorum
(minyan) praying together and
held together by the cantor who
leads and repeats the common
main body of prayer.
A Jew thus plays two roles in
prayer. He is on the one hand an
individual and the Jewish faith
reverently guards his right as an
individual. He is, on the other
hand, a part of his community.
In this latter regard his
obligations to the Almighty are
not complete unless he is part of
the praying community
somehow. This is accomplished
by the cantor's repetition of the
main body of prayer. It is also
maintained that the cantor's
repetition of the main body of
prayer even includes those people
of the community who were
unable to attend the communal
prayer service because of several
factors such as the distance
Ih-i ween the individuals of the
farm community from the syna-
gogue in the city. His repetition,
therefore, ties the whole com-
munity together into one unit.
The rabbis have said that com-
munal prayer can break through
those barriers which are im-
penetrable by private prayer.
Artist's rendering of Temple Beth El of Boca Raton which will
be dedicated May 20 22 in three-day round of activities.
Weekend Activities To
Mark Temple Dedication
A full weekend of religious and
social activities will mark the
dedication of Temple Beth El of
Boca Raton's new $1.25 million
building. May 20-22.
The new facility, which was
designed by Delray architect.
Robert G. Currie, is located at
333 SW Fourth Ave.. Boca
Raton. Constructed by Lee-Lin
Builders of Delray, the building
has been under construction for
exactly one year, with ground-
breaking held in early April,
1976.
The three-day calendar will
begin with traditional Friday
evening services in the Temple
sanctuary conducted by Rabbi
Norman" T. Mandel. Guest
speaker for the evening in honor
of the occasion will be Rabbi
Alexander Schindler, president,
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and current
president of the Presidents'
Council.
TEMPLE BETH EL'S new
Cantor, Martin Rosen, formerly
of Oak Park, 111., will make his
first appearance on that evening.
Dr. Glenwood Creech,
president of Florida Atlantic
University, will be guest speaker
at Saturday morning ceremonies
dedicating the Temple's Edu-
cation Wing. A banquet will be
held in the Social Hall of the new
facility that evening with an
expected attendance of over 300
members and guests.
On Sunday. May 22, from 3 to
5 p.m., the official dedication
ceremonies for the religious com-
plex will get under way. Parti-
cipating in the ceremonies will be
Paul Rogers, United States
Congressman from the State of
Florida. A reception and tour of
the premises will follow the
ceremonies.
CHAIRMAN OF Temple Beth
El's dedication weekend is
Melvin Goldberger of Pompano
Beach. Cochairpersons for the
event are Melvin Schwartz and
Mrs. Herman Herat of Boca
Raton. Program chairman is
David Kend of Boca Raton.
Albert Schiff of Highland
Beach is president of Temple
Beth El, which was formed a
short ten years ago as the Boca
Raton Hebrew Congregation by a
handful of Jewish families in the
area who expressed a desire for a
Reform Congregation. The
fledgling temple held its first
regular Sabbath services on June
30, 1967, in the Auditorium of
Marymount College, now the
College of Boca Raton. The
temple's first High Holy Day
services were held in the same
auditorium that year.
years, with religious school
classes meeting at the J. C.
Mitchell School because of un-
availability of the church
premises on certain days.
WITH THE dedication of
Temple Beth El's new building,
the religious community that
began ten years ago with a dozen
residents enters its second decade
with a still growing congregation
of more than three hundred
families.
Other members of the con-
gregation, all residents of Boca
Raton who have played an active
role in the dedication ceremonies,
include: Banquet Chairman. Mrs.
David Kend: Dedication
Brochure cochairmen. Robert
Gesoff. Herman Herst, William
Davis; Oneg Shabbat Reception,
Col. and Mrs. Ben Lake, cochair-
man. Mrs. Barney Garber;
Saturday Reception Chairman,
Mrs. Samuel Erenstein;
Chairman, Information Hostes-
ses, Mrs. Morris Robinson;
Ushers' Committee, Louis
Goldman; Hospitality, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Berger; Community
Day Coordinator, Mrs. Samuel
Fraiberg.
Chairman of Temple Beth Els
Building Committee has been
Melvin Goldberger, with Morris
Robinson serving as cochairman.
Members of the Executive
Building Committee are Max
Drill. Leonard Hymerling and
Robert Byrnes.
The next "temporary home"
for the growing congregation was
the Moravian Church in Boca
Raton. It was there that services
were held for the next seven
Ann Bishop
To Address
Sisterhood
Ann Bishop, news analyst and
commentator on Channel 10, will
speak on "The Woman's Role in a
Man's World" at the annual
Spring luncheon of Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami, on Wednesday, May 25,
at 11:30 a.m., at the Temple's
Sisterhood Lounge, Miami
Beach, according to an an- ^
nouncement by Mrs. Jon Serbin,
Sisterhood president.
The luncheon proceeds will
benefit the Temple's library
which is one of Sisterhood's main
projects. The chairwoman of the
function is Mrs. Martin GeJb and
Mrs. Michael Lipsky is chair-
woman of the Sponsors Group.
Other features of the May 25
luncheon are a Book, Bake and
Bargain Bazaar.
The general public is invited.
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Friday, May 20,1977
*Jkwiti fhridian
Page 1 IB
Bar Mitzvahs
PRETKR
INDC.IN
KREIEZMAR
BARRY PRETER
Harry Prater, son of Mrs. Sadie
Preter, will be Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, May 21. at 10:45 a.m..
at Temple Beth Sholom, with
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating.
Barn- is a student of the
Confirmation Class of 5739.
GINAKREIEZMAR
Ciina. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Felipe Kreiezmar, will
become a Bat Mitzvah at late
Friday evening services on May
20 at the Beth Torah Congre-
gation at 8 p.m. with Dr. Max A.
I.ipschitz officiating.
Dr. Lipschitz will charge Gina
with her responsibilities as a
member of the adult Jewish com-
munity and will present her with
a Bible on behalf of the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood and the
Men's Club of Beth Torah.
Gina, a member of the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religious
School, is an eighth grade
student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School who enjoys
music and art.
In Gina's honor, her parents
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following the service. As part of
her ceremony, she will conduct a
portion of the Friday evening
Bervice,
Guests will include Gina's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Kreiezmar and Mrs. Eugenia
Egozi.
JAY STARKMAN
Jay Starkman. son of Judge
and Mrs. Milton Starkman. will
observe his Bar Mitzvah at the
Beth Torah Congregation this
coming Shabbat morning. May
21, at 8:30 a.m. with Dr. Max A.
I.ipschitz. spiritual leader of the
congregation conducting the
service.
Rabbi I.ipschitz will charge
Jay with entrance into the adult
Jewish community and will
present him with a Bible on
In-half of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood and the Men's Club of
Beth Torah.
Jay, now a student in the fifth
year class of the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School, is
a seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School
where he has won several
scholarship awards. He is a
sports enthusiast and enjoys
swimming, tennis, soccer, base-
ball and football.
In Jay's honor, his parents will
sponsor the Kiddush following
the services.
Jay will conduct a portion of
the Shabbat service in addition to
chanting the Haftorah.
Special guests will include
Jay's grandmothers, Mrs. Ann
Starkman and Mrs. Dollv Miller.
JESSE A. TEPLICKI
Jesse Alvin Tenlicki. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Teplicki. was
called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday, May 14, at 9
a.m. at Temple Adath Yeshurun,
North Miami Beach.
The celebrant is a student in
the Religious School of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. Jesse attends
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School where he is in the seventh
grade. He is interested in
physical fitness.
Mr. and Mrs. Teplicki hosted
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion.
Special guests included David
Dominitz, Taube Teplicki, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Jarecki. Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Finder. Mr. and Mrs_
Erwin Schneider and Mrs., and
Mr and Mrs. Bernie Silserstein.
MICHAEL INDC.IN
Michael Indgin, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Sidney Indgin and brother
of Sally, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah this coming Shabbat.
May 21, at 8:30 a.m. at the
Algiers Hotel on Maimi Beach.
Rabbi Ralph Glixman of B'nai
Israel and Greater Miami Youth
Synagogue. will officiate.
Michael's father, who is president
of the Congregation, will present
him with his Bar Mitzvah cer-
tificate.
Michael will conduct the entire
Shabbat service. He will also
chant the complete Torah portion
of Bamidbarand the Haftorah.
Michael attended the South
Dade Hebrew Academy for sue
years and is presently a seventh -
grade student at Palmetto Junior
High. His interests include
stamp collecting, piano, sports
and art projects.
Dr. and Mrs. Indgin will host
the Kiddush and luncheon
following the service at the
Algiers Hotel and a dance party
for Michael's friends at their
home in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs..
Joseph Hermann and Mrs. Ger-
trude Indgin: Aunt Marilyn and
Uncle Sandy Freed and sons.
Out of town guests will
include Michael's Aunt Toby and
Uncle Arnold Rosenthal and son
Eddie from Bmoksville, Md.;
Great-Aunt Ida and Uncle Leo
Wilhelm from Oak Ridge, Tenn.;
Great-Aunt Pearl and Uncle
Raymond Einhorn from
Washington. DC, and friends
Debby and Murray Cohen from
Hackensack. N.J.
ALLEN DAVID KAPLAN
Allen David, son of Mr. and
Mrs Leon Kaplan, will be called
to the Torah on the occasion of
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
May 21, at 10:45 a.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom of Miami Beach.
DEREK PAUL
EISENBERG
Derek Paul Eisenberg, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Larry Eisenberg.
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, May
21 at 10:30 a.m. at Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach.
A student of the Temple
Emanu-El Religious School,
Derek is also an honor student in
math and science. He is a student
of magic and performs pro-
fessionally at parties. Derek is a
bowler in league competition.
Dr. and Mrs. Eisenberg will
host the Kiddush following the
services and a reception on
Saturday in the home of Derek s
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Feltzin in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg,
grandparents of North Miami;
Mr and Mrs. William Harris.
neat aunt and uncle from
Rochester, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs^
Alfred Harris, great aunt and
uncle from Rochester. NY., and
Mrs. Dorothy Pincourt. great
aunt.fromPalmBeach.Ha.
RUSSELL RICHARD
RYWELL
Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Rywell. will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. May 21 at 10:30 a.m.
at Temple Emanu-El. Miami
Beach.
The celebrant is a student at
,h, Temple Emanajajjehgious^
School and a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
School where he is an honor
student and the school treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Rywell will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion and
a reception on Saturday at the
Embers.
Special guests will include Mr.
and Mrs Max Rosman. Russell's
grandparents of Miami Beach;
Mrs Ethel Rywell, Russell's
grandmother from Harriman,
Tenn. Great Uncle Saul Mittle-
man from New York City and
Great Uncle Louis Pressner. also
of New York City.
Sam Portnay Named
To Bank Directorship
Sam Portnay has been elected
to the Board of Directors of
Jefferson National Bank at
Sunny Isles. He was previously a
member of the bank's Advisory
Board.
Portnay is vicel
president of the
Concerned Citi-
zens of North
East Dade Coun-
ty. He is also
past chancellor of
King Solomonj
Lodge 514 and a
lifetime member
of the Knights of '
Pythias.
Portnay and his wife Dorothy
reside in the North Dade area.
Bonds Reveals Security Plans
PORTNAY
A major breakthrough for the
Israel Bond program has been
announced by Michael Arnon,
president of the Development
Corporation for Israel (State of
Israel Bonds).
"In a recent agreement with
Josephthal & Co., a well known
brokerage firm, and Development
Corporation for Israel," Arnon
explains, "5.5 percent Israel
Bonds and 7.5 percent Capital
Notes of the Industrial Develop-
ment Bank of Israel (IDBIi will
now Ih> bought for Keogh and
IRA Plans on the same no -
charge basis as Joseph! hal makes
available for other securities
There is no fee for trustee or
administrative services."
The retirement plans offered
by Josephthal A Company are
insured up to $300,000 per ac-
count by an agency of the U.S.
Federal Government and Aetna
Insurance Company. Josephthal,
which has been in business since
1910, is a member of the New
York, American and other prin-
cipal stock exchanges.
Greater Miami Israel Bond
Chairman Gary R. Gerson ex-
plains that the Employees
Retirement Income Security Act
of 1974 (ERISA) permits invest-
ments in foreign securities, such
as State of Israel Bonds and
IDBI Capital Notes (Capital for
Israel, Inc.) for funding
retirement plans.
"This provides a unique oppor-
tunity for self employed indivi-
duals to help Israel while simul-
taneously taking advantage of
Hotel Begins Special Seniors Rates
Judah
ager of
Burstyn, owner man-
the New Blackstone
Kosher Retirement Hotel, has
introduced a special senior citizen
rate
Mr. Burstyn said that he has
taken this action "because of the
ever increasing housing costs
that have plagued the senior
citizen living on a fixed income,"
and added that "he hopes other
landlords will concern themselves
iiSStiflft|
WILLIAM mms smebrn
JUNIOR H1CH School
with this problem and follow my
example."
The New Blackstone, located
on Miami Beach, has been
renovated and refurbished. The
hotel features planned enter
tainment. mashgiach and syna-
gogue on the premises. 24-hour
phone service, maid service,
medical center, oceanview rooms,
and color TV lounge.


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the various benefits of these
plans," Gerson said. Gerson
notes that ERISA makes it
possible for self employed
persons to set aside 15 percent of
their annual earned income' up
to a maximum of $7,500 a year as
a tax free contribution to their
retirement plans, and points out
that an individual may have more
than one Keogh Plan as long as
his total annual contributions to
all plans do not exceed the
amount set by law.
The Israel Bond Chairman
stall's that funds realized from
the sale of Israel Bonds help to
finance the development of every
branch of Israel's economy, from
the expansion of industry and
agriculture to the promotion of
exports. transportation and
communications.
"Proceeds from the sale of
these investments establish U.S.
dollar credits for the Government
of Israel to purchase machinery,
equipment, raw materials and
other products it needs in the
United States. Since the bulk of
the proceeds from Israel Bonds
remain in the United States, they
help to provide increased job
opportunities for American labor
and to promote the expansion of
American industry." ,
"Because of this.'.' Gerson
emphasizes, "the utilization of
Israel Bonds and IDBI Capital
Notes in funding Keogh and IRA
Plans presents an excellent
avenue through which an in-
dividual can raise the level of his
support for Israel, assist U.S.
industry, and. at the same time,
fund his retirement plans
wisely."
The Israel Bond professional
stall is serving as liaison with
Josephthal & Company. For
information and prospectus,
contact State of Israel Bonds,
Miami Beach.
/'
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Rabbi Alexander Gross (left), Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
principal, and Bess and William Siluerstein, watch the in-
scription unveiling on the William and Bess Siluerstein Junior
High School building donated by them to the Hebrew
Academy. Some 500 Jewish community leaders turned out for
the recent building dedication.
20 TIAIS
CATERING TO
THI I A*
MITZVAH NT
NATIONAL BRANDS
Pierre Cardin
Palm Beach
4 Others
Regulars
Huskies
Slims All Size*
Last week the Greater Miami Jewish Federation honored the
hundreds of men and women who devote their efforts to the
Jewish community through Federation's Volunteer Service
Bureau. Among the volunteers taking part in the program.
greeted by GMJF Women's Division President Mrs. Sol
Goldstein /second from right), were Sylvia Saiken (left). Julian
Arafe. and Mae Hoffman (riuh 11.


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    Business Notes
    Religious Directory
    TWA Heads On-Time Arrival List
    MIAMI
    AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION i
    995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Zv
    Raphaely. (1)
    ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
    SW 19th Ave. Conservative.
    Trans World Airlines has
    topped all U.S. domestic trunk
    carriers in on-time performance
    for 1976, according to the latest
    data released by the Civil Aero-
    nautics Board (CAB).
    For the year 1976, TWA's on-
    time arrival record was 86.4
    percent, 5.3 percentage points
    above the industry's average.
    In addition, TWA has
    maintained this position over its
    principal domestic competitors,
    American and United, for 21
    months in a row, dating back to
    April. 1975, and also has led the
    industry in on-time arrival per-
    formance for eleven of the past
    thirteen months.
    According to C. E. Meyer Jr..
    president and chief airline exec
    utive. "TWA's turnaround ir
    1976 can be attributed in a major
    way to the airline's superior on-
    time performance record a
    record which has been made
    possible by teamwork, hard work
    and employee commitment."
    The CAB requires airlines to
    report the percentage of flights
    actually flown, which arrived on
    time, or within 15 minutes of
    schedule, between the 200 busiest
    city pairs.
    Seventy percent of TWA's
    available seat miles an
    represented in the airline's report
    to the CAB.
    "The record speaks for itself."
    said Meyer. "We will continue
    our commitment to the travelling
    public in 1977 and once again
    demonstrate why TWA is the
    best on-time airline in the in-
    dustry." D.A.
    TEMPLE BETH AM M^mm**
    5950 N. Kendall Dr.
    667-5587
    Dr. Herbert Baumgard, Senior Rabbi
    Creative Youth Service
    Friday 1:30 p.m.
    Batty Pres. David Lesser and
    Rabbi Baumgard will discuss
    "What Shall We Think of God?
    Service honoring
    Sam Hollander and Helen Tall
    IShavuot and Yizkor Services-
    Monday 10 a.m.
    BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St Orthodox
    Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. (18)
    BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
    Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
    Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches
    (19) _______
    BETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE 1545
    Jefferson Ave-Conservative. Rabbi
    Elliot Winografl Cantor Saul Breeh
    (20)
    HOMESTEAD
    HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 183
    NE 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul
    Bender (51)
    HOLLYWOOD
    AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
    Max
    BETH
    Ave. Conservative
    Landman (47 B
    Rabbi
    BETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
    Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative
    Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Nathan
    Parnass. (21 A)
    BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION. 935
    Euclid Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Israel
    M. Tropper. Cantor Henry Fuchs.
    BETH EL TEMPLE 1351 S 14th Ave.
    Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaf'e.
    Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll
    BETH SHALOM TEMPLE
    Arthur St. Conservative
    Morton Malavsky Cantor
    Gold. (46)
    SINAI TEMPLE 1201 Johnson
    Conservative Rabbi
    (65)
    (45)
    4601
    Rabbi
    Irving
    St.
    David Shapiro
    American S&L Buys Israel Bonds
    American Savings and Loan
    Association of Florida purchased
    $25,000 in State of Israel Bonds
    at the annual bond dinner of the
    South Florida Building and
    Allied Trades held on May 7 at
    the Diplomat Hotc! in
    Hollywood.
    Shepard Broad, chairman of
    the board and Morris N. Broad,
    president of American Savings,
    earlier this year committed to a
    total purchase of $250,000 of
    Israel Bonds, on behalf of Amer-
    ican Savings.
    George Bergmann, active com-
    munity developer and president
    of Century Village East, served
    as chairman of the bond dinner.
    Carnival Breaks Passenger Record
    Carnival Cruise Lines estab-
    lished a new record, moving 1,550
    passengers on their air sea
    program on the April 23 and 24
    sailings of the TSS Carnivale and
    TSSMardiC.ras.
    The program. called Fly
    Weigh, is available from 55
    cities in the United States and
    Canada. The principal airline
    carriers include Delta. National.
    Continental, Braniff and
    thwesl
    Bob Dickinson, vice president
    of Carnival i ruise Lines, si
    that the 1,550 passengers repre-
    sented 81 percent of the total
    sailing that weekend. The ship
    sailed at 103.5 percent oc-
    cupancy, he pointed out
    This program offers weekly
    Saturday and Sunday departures
    and includes air transportation,
    transfers and port tax
    Dickinson foresees this trend
    to continue to grow "Our invesl
    menl in a new : 180 passenger.
    seven-day cruise ship, the TSS
    Festivale, attests to our commit-
    ment to the air sea business."
    Intercontinental Branch Opening
    Intercontinental Bank of
    Miami will hold opening cere-
    monies for its new Hialeah
    branch, 1291 W. 49th St.,
    Hialeah, in the Palm Springs
    shopping area, from 6 to 9 p.m.
    tonight, May 20. Mayor Steve
    Clark of Dade County and
    Hialeah officials will be on hand.
    The bank, a 5,000-square-foot
    structure remodeled by River-
    view Construction Co., will open
    for business on Monday, May 23
    at 9 a.m.
    Alberto Guernica, executive
    vice president of Intercontinental
    Bank of Miami, was named
    manager of the branch, it was an-
    nounced by Jaime E. Pino, chair-
    man of the board of Inter-
    continental Bank of Miami. Ben-
    jamin I. Shulman is vice chair-
    man of the board.
    Cantor Promoted at First Federal
    Chuck Cantor was recently
    promoted to officer in charge of
    First Federal Savings and Loan
    Association of Miami's Alton
    Road office. He joined the
    Association in 1973 and was most
    recently a savings and loan of-
    ficer.
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    MEDICAL SERVICES
    It* MUCH Mill (01*1 GMUS
    443-4681
    Mr*. .f*. I C
    BET BREIRA CONGREGATION.
    10755 SW 112th St Liberal Rabbi
    Barry Tabachnikoff (3 A)
    BETH YOSEPH
    GAT ION 843
    Orthodox Rabb
    (22 A)
    CHAIM CONGRE
    Meridian Ave
    Dow Rozencwaig
    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)
    B'NAI ZION TEMPLE 200 l'8th St
    Conservative Rabbi Dr Abraham I
    Jasob.sQn.J22 Bj
    CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Rd
    Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston (66)
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL ^^-"-
    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)
    In naming Bergmann as chair-
    man, Michael Aron, worldwide
    head of the Israel Bond Or-
    ganization said, "Bergmann
    represents the highest caliber of
    communal leadership and we are
    pleased to have him serve as this
    year's chairman."
    Bergmann was himself hon-
    ored for his service to Israel as
    the recipient of the 1966 Abba
    Eban Guardian of Israel Award.
    American Savings is one of the
    first of the 456 state banks and
    savings and loans in Florida to
    take advantage of the legislation
    that enables state chartered
    financial institutions to purchase
    State of Israel Bonds.
    BETH KODESHI
    Modern Traditional
    1101 SW 12th Avenue
    858-63 34
    Rabbi Max Shapiro
    Cantor Leon Segal
    Friday Early Services 6 3(lp.m
    Saturday Morning 8 a^i
    Rabbi Shapiro Will Preach
    Sunday Morning 8 a.m.
    Daily Minyon for Yahrzeif
    Observances 7:45 a.m. & 7 p.m.
    .
    1701 Washington Avenue
    538 2503
    Conservative
    Dr. Irving Lehrman
    Cantor Zvi Adler
    Kabbalat Services-Friday 6 p.m.
    Saturday Morning Service 9 a m
    At 10:30 Dr. Lehrman
    will discuss
    The Weekly Portion
    Shavuot services-Sunday 6:30 p.m.,
    Monday 9 a.m. & 6:30 p.m.
    Tuesday 9 a.m. & Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
    Confirmation-Monday 10:30 a.m.
    RECONSTRUCTION 1ST
    GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St (69)
    MIRAMAR
    ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW
    Conservative Rabbi Avrom
    Cantor Abraham K ester (48)
    SYNA
    35th St
    Drazm
    BETH TOV TEMPLE
    Conservative. Rabbi
    (8)
    6438 SW 8th St
    Charles Rubel
    B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
    MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 7600
    SW 123rd. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
    Glixman. (8 A)
    B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
    1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
    Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling. Cantor
    Jack Lerner. (36)
    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)
    TEMPLE ISRAELOF
    GREATERMIAMI
    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.
    Senior High School
    Graduation and Dinner
    Rabbi Brett Goldstein
    will diSCUSS:
    "Learning to Love Ourselves"
    ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
    Washington Ave Orthodox Rabbi
    TsviG Schur (32)
    HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
    Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
    Gross (25)
    DEERFIELDBEACH
    JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
    Century Village East. Conservative
    Rabbi David Berent (62)
    MARGATE
    BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION 7640
    Margate Blvd Conservative Cantor
    Charles Perlman
    SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE llth Ave.
    Conservative Rabbi Morris A Skop
    Cantor Yaacov Renzer (49)
    CORAL SPRINGS
    TEMPLE BETH ORR 2151 Riverside
    Drive Reform (44).
    HALLANDALE
    HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
    416 NE 8th Ave. Conservaitve Dr.
    Carl Klein, Ph.D.. D.D Rabbi (12)
    PEMBROKE PINES
    TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 Taft
    Street Conservative Rabbi Sidney I
    Lubin (63)
    GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE.
    Collins Avenue. Conservative
    5445
    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 (27)
    ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
    St Conservative Rabbi Solomon
    Waldenberg Cantor Hyman Lifshm
    (11)
    TEMPLE ZION.
    8000 Miller Road
    271-2311
    Conservative
    Dr. Norman N. Shapiro
    Cantor Ben Dickson
    Herzl Honor-Educational Director
    Avram Smolensky Musical Director
    Friday Services 8 15 p.m.
    Confirmation
    Saturday Services 9 a.m.
    Bar Mitzvah Neil Greenbaum
    ..UBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
    Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi
    Abraham Korf (67)
    MENORAH TEMPLE 620 75th St
    Conservative Rabbi Mayer
    Abramowitz Cantor Nico Feldman
    (28)
    NER TAMID TEMPLE 80th St and
    Tatum Waterway Conservative Dr
    Eugene Labovitz Cantor Eaward
    Kle,'
    FORT LAUDERDALE
    BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE 7100 W
    Oakland Park Blvd Conservative
    Rabbi Philip A Labowitz Cantor
    Maurice Neu (42)
    EMANU EL TEMPLE 3245 W
    Oakland Park Blvd Reform Rabbi
    Joel S Goor Cantor Jerome Klement
    (43)
    TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
    NW 57th St Conservative Rabbi
    el Zimmerman (44 A)
    YOUNG ISRAELOF.
    HOLLYWOOD
    NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
    CENTER 7800 Hispanoia Ave
    Conservative Raobi Marvin Rose
    Cantor Murray Yavneh l32A>
    OHEV SHALOM
    Orthodox Rabbi
    man (80)
    7055 Bonita Dr
    li A Weber
    3291 Sterling Road
    791 2200
    Rabbi Moshe E. Bomzer
    Services: Friday 7:45 p.m.
    Saturday 9 a m .SundaySa.m
    Daily7 30a.m.and7p.m
    Saturday Sermon Topic
    Rabbi Bomzer will discuss :
    "Chasing An Oasis"
    Shavuot Services Monday 9 a.m.
    "You Were There! Or Were Vou'
    Tuesdays a m
    A Stranger May Be
    ______Closer Than You Are"
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
    Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi Sadl
    Nahmias (31)
    Member of the Rabbinical Associaton
    of Gi '.' .-mi
    OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th St
    Conservative Rabbi Sherman Kir
    shner Cantor P. Hillel Brummer (13)
    ISRAEL SOUTH TEMPLE (formerly
    Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr Reform
    Rabbi Joseph R Narot. (13 A)
    SAMU EL TEMPLE 8900 SW 107th
    Ave., Second Floor. Conservative.
    Rabbi Edwin P. Farber. (9)
    MIAMI LAKES
    KINNERETH CONGREGATION 14040
    NW 58 Ct. Conservative
    HIALEAH
    TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE 951
    4th Ave Conservative (15)
    E.
    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)
    NORTHMIAMI BEACH
    ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
    NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
    Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian
    Alpern (33)
    AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave. Hebrew
    Religious Community Center 19255
    NE 3rd Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jacob l
    Nislick (33 A)
    AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER. 2972
    Aventura Blvd.. North Miami Beach
    Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
    man
    BETH TORAH CONGREGATION I
    1051 Interama Blvd Conservative
    Dr Max A Lipschitz (34)
    SEPHARDIC CENTER 571 NE 171st
    St Conservative Rabbi Nesim fjp
    Gambach
    SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
    1880) NE 22nd Ave Reform Rabbi
    Ralph P Kmgsley Cantor Irving
    Shulkes (37)
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
    19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Dov
    Bidnick (38)
    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.
    UNITEDSYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
    1110 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach.
    Fla. 33162.947 6094.
    Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
    Executive Director.
    I T.V. Programs i

    !
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
    Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever
    (17)
    YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
    MIAMI 990 NE 171st St Orthodox
    Rabbi Zev Left (39)
    BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr
    Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander Gross. (5)
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOMl
    Chase Avenue at 41st Street ,
    534V7231 Liberal
    Dr. Leon Kronish
    Cantor David Conviser
    Friday Services 1:15 p.m.
    Organ Prelude7:45 p.m.
    Dr. Kronish will discuss:
    "What Is This
    Palestinian Homeland Why Isn't
    Jordan Considered The
    Palestinian Homeland?''
    Saturday Services 10:45 a.m.
    Shavuot Services & Confirmation
    Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
    Yizkor-Mondav at 10:45 a,m.
    CORALGABLES
    HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
    TER. COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
    GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
    Miller Drive. Traditional and Liberal
    Services. Rabbi Sanford H Shudnow
    JUDEA TEMPLE $500 Granada Blvd
    Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat
    Cantor Sheila Cline. (40)
    ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave
    Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Tokaver
    Cantor Jack Rubin (41)
    SURFSIDE
    M?M H-rftn'S" CONGREGATION.
    'acHD8r^? ?50T rth0d0X Rabbl
    Sunday, May 22
    "Jewish Worship Hour"
    WPLG-TV Ch. 10-9:30 am
    Host:
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky
    Sunday, May 22
    "Still Small Voice"
    WCKT-TVCh. 7-10 a.m.
    Host:
    Rabbi Sol Landau
    Guests:
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    Commissioner Barry Schreibe
    Topic:
    The Orthodox Movement"
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    Friday, May 20,1977
    *Jknht fhrhtoun
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    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    ------------------NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under Uie fictitious name of
    DAVE SALES at number 1425
    Washington Avenue. In the City of
    Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
    register the said name with the Click of
    j). Clrcull Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    Dated al Miami Beach, Florida, this
    llthdayol May. i'.'t:
    irporation, :i Florida corporation
    By DAVIDA PHILLIPS
    ,\>, STRELKOW GAY
    . (oi Applicanl
    ipltal Bank Building
    ., nnedj Causeway
    Bay Village Florida 33141
    I ,|Phone [8061868-4711
    May 20, 27. June :i. 10. 1977
    --------------NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA
    h INANDFOR
    DADECOUNTY.
    CIVILACTIONNO 77 14010
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN HE The Marriage of
    jONNIE MAE ARBI,
    Petitioner,
    API UKRIN ARBI.
    Respondent,
    TO APn-KRIN ARBI
    Residence Unknown
    yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    m action for dissolution of marriage
    been filed against you and you are
    reaulred to serve a copy ol your written
    - II any, to it on Olsela car
    donne Dienstag Attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 101 N
    .,,,. Miami, Florida, S812I
    die the original with the Clerk ot the
    . ed Court on or before June 17,
    erwlse a default win be entered
    you for the relief demanded In
    'omplalnt or Petition
    Notice shall i><- published
    itiv( week
    1 HFLORIDIAN
    SESS my hand
    Miami Dade Countj Florida
    ,ot Maj
    H IRDP BRISKER
    \- Clerk. Clrcull Court
    1 lade Coui '
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    IN THE CIf CUIT COURT FO
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77 3041
    Division Frank B Dowlinq
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    IERTRUDE SIEGELSON
    merly Known as
    GERTRUDE KISSELOFF
    1 leceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OR UK MAN I is AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND Al.l. OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate ol
    GERTRUDE SIEGELSON, formerly
    known as GERTRUDE KISSELOFF
    deceased. File Number 77 3041. is
    pending in the Circuit Court for Dade
    County. Florida. Probate Division, the
    address of which is 73 West Flagler
    Street, Miami. Florida The personal
    representatives of the estate are Louis
    Slegelson, Jean Pltter and Estelle
    Haber, whose addresses are 100 Lin-
    coln Rd Miami Beach. Fla 7343 192nd
    Ave Flushing. NY. and 5055 Collins
    Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla. respec
    lively The name and address of the
    personal representatives' attorney are
    set forth below.
    All persons having claims or demands
    against the estate are required,
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. I"
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have. Each claim
    must be In writing and must indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when it
    will become due shall be stated. If the
    claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    slated If the claim Is secured, the
    security shall be described. The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons Interested In the estate to
    whom a copy of this Notice of Admin
    istration 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
    challenge the validity of the decedent i
    will, the qualifications of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
    OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED.
    Date of the first publication of this
    Notice of Administration May 13, 1877.
    LOUTS SIEGELSON
    As Personal Representative of the
    EstateofGertrudeSlegelson.
    formerly known as
    Gertrude Klsseloff, Deceased
    JEANPITTER
    ESTELLE HABER
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES:
    RICHARD KROOP
    Kwltney. Kroop Schelnberg, PA
    420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone: 638-7576 ,._
    May 13. 20. 1877
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the flctlous name of
    THE INDIAN FASHIONS al 1782 NW 22
    Street, Miami. Fla Intend to register
    said name with the Clerk "f the i
    Court oi Dade County, Florida
    1 oi is V BELLA
    I oi IS PEREZ
    May 20,27 iuni
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thi
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    dei ihe fli titlous name of
    si PER si b stop al B611 Southwest
    136th Street Miami Florida Intends to
    register said name with the Clerk 'if the
    Circuit Court of Dade County Flot
    AVALEX.INC.
    a Florida corporation
    ai.ex Friedman President
    MICHAEL.I FREEMAN
    Attorney for
    AVALEX, INC
    217 Palermo Avenue
    Coral Gables. Florida 33134
    May 20. 27; June 3. 10.1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADECOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77 14199
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    in RE The Marriage of
    HELEN BAI M \N Wife,
    and
    HARRY batman Husband
    TO HARRY BAI M W
    ADDRESS l NKNOWN
    YOU \P.E HERBY NOTIFIED that
    an action foi I ilssolutlon ol Ma
    has i.....n filed agalnsl you and you are
    requli
    LICHARI) I
    KRO whose
    '
    file the
    vlth the clerk ol
    I '

    I

    RICH

    SKI Kl IEINBKRG
    P \

    Miami !<'.'
    -,7.'i
    Alton i loner, u Ife
    May 13, Lii L'7. June 3, 1977
    1 LEGAL NOTICES
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 772996
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    BURTON RICHARDDl NN
    a k a HI RTON DUNN
    I lei eased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO \l.l PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OP. DEM ANUS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ND MU OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE.
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    Iminlstration ol the estate ol
    ' IN RICHARD Dl NN li
    is pending In the
    i "in ull Court (or Dade Count) Florida,
    ite I tlvlslon the addres i whli h
    West Flagler Streel Miaou
    Florida 33130 The i""
    representative of the estate Is LINDA
    SI SAN l'i nn whose address Is IO260
    Nicaragua Drive Miami Florida The
    name and address of Ihe personal
    representative's attorney are set forth
    below
    am persona having claims or demands
    agalnsl the estate are required,
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PI BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement Of any claim or
    demand Ihey may have Each claim
    must be In w riling and must Indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad'
    dress ol the creditor or ins agenl or
    attorney and the amount Claimed l(
    the claim la not yel due, the date w hen it
    will become due shall be stated If the
    i lalm is contingent or unliquidated, Ihe
    nature ol the uncertainty shall be
    Stated It tlic claim is secured, the
    security shall he described The
    claimant shall deliver sufflclenl copies
    iii the i lalm to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative
    All persons Interested In the estate to
    whom i opj "i tins NotU e ol
    Administration has been mailed an
    red WITHIN THREE MoN rHS
    FROM THE HATE OF THE I
    PI PLICATION OF THIS NOTICE lo
    \ maj have thai
    ! ol the dei edenl a
    will, the qualifications "t Ihe personal
    Ihe venue or
    I ion '>i th.....ui i
    \l.l. CLAIMS I If \1 \NI IS AND
    i ill II Nl IT St i I- II.El I V\ ILL
    KD
    I late "i the first publication ol this
    Sol
    I.INU
    \
    HAI NN
    \UU IRNKY FOR PERSONAL
    PEA KER


    Ma.
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77.3039
    Division John R Blanton
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    IRVING KOSHER
    I lei eased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    CO \l I PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    up. DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    FSTATE AND ALU OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    vol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate ol
    IRVING kosher deceased, file
    Number 77-3089, is pending in the Clr-
    cull Court for Dade County. Florida.
    Probate Division. Ihe address of which
    is 78 West Flagler Street, Miami.
    Florida The personal RPraamUUveof
    ,hc estate Is MINNIE kosher
    HOPEN whose address is 1610 Lenox
    Avenue. Apartment 315. Miami Beach
    Florida 33139. The name and address ol
    the personal representative's attorney
    are set forthe below
    All persons having i lalms or demands
    Bsainat the estate are required.
    WgrTHTN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRS!
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must he in writing and must indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount clalmed f
    the claim is not yet ^ the date when it
    will become due shall be.stated.If he
    claim is contingent or un iquidated the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim Is secured, the
    bounty shall be described The
    claimant .hall deliver sufficient copies
    t the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    reAuepenrsonsV|n.re,ed In the estate to
    whom a copy of this Notice of
    AdmTn.strati^has beer.mailed are
    reaulred WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file any objections *'* may nav! lh.a
    rnaMenges the validity of the decedent s
    wtU th? qualification, of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    iUJrrtCLAIMSC0DEANDS. AND
    OwfenONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    N-'-tfI-J'N-itW6pIr,,,
    As Personal Representative of the
    ASEPseu.eof.RVP,NGKOSHER.eased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    ARTHUR D FRISHMAN
    420 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone 672*721 ay l3. 20. 1977
    -------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOK
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 7' 28S6
    Division 37
    IN RE Estate ot
    MARGHER1TAD FoNTANEI.ua
    I leceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    To ALU PERSONS HAVINO claims
    or DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate Of
    MARGHERITA D. FONTANEI.UA.
    deceased, File Number 77-2856, Is
    pending in the Circuit Court for Dade
    County. Florida. Probate Division, the
    address of which is 73 West Flagler
    Street Miami Florida The personal
    representative of the estate is PETER
    R1ZZI whose address Is 565 Market
    Street E Paterson. New Jersey. The
    name and address of the personal
    representatives attorney are set forth
    below
    All persons having claims or demands
    laalnat the estate are required,
    WTTHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    Publication of this notice to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be In writing and must indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attornev. and the amount claimed. li
    fhe claim is not yet due. the date when It
    will become due shall be stated U toe
    claim is contingent or "n Iquidated the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    ctaimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    del* to mail one copy to each peraonal
    whom a copy of this Notice of
    FROM: THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
    file any objections they may have that
    hallSfea the validity of the decedent I
    will the qualifications of the personal
    Tepresentatlve. or the venue or
    )UfLLCUCnLAlC0DEMANDS. AND
    OWECTONJI NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVERBARRED
    Date of the first publication of this
    N-ceofAdmuenzMayM,1^7.
    As Personal Representative of the
    Estate of
    MARGHERITA D FONTANELLA^
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    SAVITT, KOTZEN, RISKIN *
    FRANCE. PA
    By s Lawrence A France
    irun NE 163rd Street
    North Miami Beach. Florida 33162
    Telephone 944-1286 ^ ^ ^ ^
    _________I LEGAL NOTICES__________
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO.77 141*5
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    in RE The Marriage of
    ii w PINO, Husband
    and
    CARMEN Pino Wife
    TO CARMEN PINO
    Avenue
    I menl n,. i
    N,"a York New 'lurk
    YOI ARE HEREBY notified that a
    ilssolutlon oi Marrlagi
    , and vi
    , opy ul your
    : i.,: to the Petition
    on the husband's Attorney LE
    ROGERS, whose address Is 1484 NW 17
    Avenue, Miami. Florida 33128 and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    styled Court "ii or before this it day ol
    June IH77 or a Default will he entered
    agalnsl s ou
    DATED this6 day Ol May H'77
    RICHARDP BRINKER
    Clerk "(the On ull Court
    ByC P i 'opeland
    May IS, 80,27; Junes, 177
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    CASE NO.77 14150
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    in RE The Marriage of
    JOSETTE FEQUIEREJEAN.
    Petitioner,
    and
    WILSON V ALIAS .IE AN.
    Respondent
    TO V> IUSON VAI.I AS.IEAN
    I address unklliiw in
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    ,in action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has hem filed agalnsl you and you are
    required to serve a i opj "i your written
    defenses it any. to it on EDWARD .1
    n ai RISON attornej foi Petitioner,
    who..- address Is .' NE 2nd Avenue,
    Miami. Florida 83188, and file the
    original with the clerk ol Ihe above
    styled Court on or before lune t~. 1977
    othi n Ise > default ill be entered
    the rellel demanded In
    'omplalnt oi Petition
    This notice shall i"- published once
    eai ii w eefc for fiiur< weeks In
    llll IEWISHFI.ORII
    .....I the si
    said Courl it Miami FI
    da>
    HARDP Bl
    AsClei >
    I'll ill Co irl
    EDW \i:l> I NAI Rl
    NE 2nd A\ i
    May Pi. Lti. -7. -Iin:-
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 7? 3147
    Division Frank B Dowlinq
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    BENJAMINGROSSM \N
    l.....>ased
    NOTICE OF ADMIN ISTRATION
    TO ALU PERSONS HAVINO CLAIMS
    OR HI-: MAN I is AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE \nh ALL OTHER PERSONS
    I NTERESTEII 1 N THE ESTATE
    yoi are HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    the administration of the estate of
    BENJAMIN GROSSMAN deceased,
    File Number 77.1147. is pending In the
    Clrcull Court (or Dade County. Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of which
    is 7:i Wesl Flagler Street. Miaou
    Florida 83130 The personal
    representatives of the estate are
    HERBERT GREENFIELD, whose
    address is 150 Overlook Avenue
    Hackensack, N.I 07801: ALFRED
    GROSSMAN, whose address is L'.t
    Forbes Boulevard, Eastchester, NY.
    10709; anil MICHAEL GROSSMAN
    whose address is 25(14 Stanford Drive
    Champaign. Illinois 61X20 The name
    and address Of the personal
    representatives' attorney are set forth
    he low
    All persons having claims or demands
    aealnsl the estate are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE HATE OF THE FIRST
    pi PLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must he in writing and must indicate the
    basis (or the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed. If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when it
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim Is secured, the
    security shall be described. The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mail one copy to each personal
    representative
    All persons interested In the estate lo
    hom a copy of this Notice of
    \dmlnlstrallon has been mailed are
    equlred. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    -ROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    'UBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    die 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 first publication of thli
    Notice of Administration: May 13. 1977
    HERBERTGREENFIELD
    ALFRED GROSSMAN
    MICHAEL GROSSMAN
    As Personal Representatives of the
    Estate of BENJAMIN GROSSMAN
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES
    HERBERTS SHAPIRO
    SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL & SCHEER
    107 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone 1 3051 538-6361
    K May 13. 20.1977
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVILACTIONNO 77 14022
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    IN Rl hi Mai 1 ige oi
    ABDOLKARIM RAHDAR
    oner Husband
    and
    FRf DAR VHDAR
    Respondent v
    TO FREDA RAHDAR
    Yoi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    Ion for 1 ilssolutlon ol Marriage
    . n filed ags 3 ou are
    required to serve a copj oi youi written
    lefenses, il any to II on PHILIP
    U'ERBACH, attomej for Petitioner,
    vhose address is 777 Northeast 79th
    Street. Miami. Florida 83138, and file
    the original with the clerk oi tin- above
    Btyled court on or before June it. 11177.
    otherwise default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall he published once
    each week for lour consecutive weeks in
    THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
    WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 5
    dayol May, i77
    richardp BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County Florida .
    By G s Carlle
    \i 1 leputy Clerk
    (Clrcull Court Seal'
    PHILIP AUERBACH, ESQ.
    .-77 Northeast 79th Streel
    Miami Florida :i:u:tx
    Attorney (or Petitioner
    May 13,20,27; June3, 177
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE ISHEREBY GIV EN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage m
    s under the (li litmus name of Gl
    Nl CO SHOE MANI I-'act 1 RING al
    Miami.
    Is intends to register said name
    with the Clerk ol the Clrcull Court of
    Dade County Florida
    JOSEPH BAR EI.IEZf R
    May 20 27 June 3 10, 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    '
    '
    , Hh the Ci rcull
    '
    '
    ; jne 3, 1977
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77 2694
    Division Nesbitt
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    IULIUSE FOSTER
    I leceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration ol the estate of
    II I.[I S E FOSTER, deceased File
    Number 77 2804, is pending In the Clr
    cult Court (or Dade County Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of which
    is 7:i West Flagler Street. Miami.
    Florida 18181 The personal
    representat ves ol the estate are elsa
    WEISSBERG and FRANKLIN R
    AEISSHERO whose address is 345 East
    si Street. New York. New York 10028.
    The name and address of the personal
    representatives' attorney are set forth
    he low
    All persons having Claims or demands
    attains! 'he estate are required.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk ol the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand thev may have Each claim
    must be in writing and must indicate the
    basis (or the claim, the name and ad-
    Ores* of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed. If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when It
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mail one copy to each personal
    representative
    All persons Interested In the estate to
    whom a ropy 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 any objections they may have that
    challenge the validity of the decedent's
    will, the qualifications of the peraonal
    representative, or the venue or
    lunsdlr tion of the court
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
    OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED
    Date of the first publication of this
    Notice of Administration: May 13. 1977.
    5 FRANKLIN R WEISSBERG
    As Personal Representative of
    Estate of
    JULIUS E FOSTER. Deceased
    s / ELSA F. WEISSBERG
    As Personal Representative of the
    Estate of
    JULIUS E. FOSTER, Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES:
    Edwin M Glnsburg. Esq
    Myers Kaplan. Levinson
    & Kenln
    1428Brlckell Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33131
    Telephone (306 1 371 9041
    May 13.20. 1977


    rage 14-A
    Pagel4-B|

    r'ndav. Mav20 lain
    Friday, May 20,1977
    LEGAL NOTICES,
    --------------TOTTcTTniDTR--------------
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    MERCY M MUGARRA DBA
    FANTASY JKWELERY BOUTIQUE a'
    6763 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.
    inli'iiils to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida.
    MERCY M. MUGARRA
    May 6. 13.20.27, 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name
    MIAMI DERMATOLOGY GROUP.
    PA. at 9065 SW 87th Avenue, Miami.
    Fla. 33176, intend to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida.
    LEONARD A. LEWIS. M.D.
    SORRELS. RESNIK, M.D.
    May 13. 20, 27; June 3, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION '
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-11137
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    CLIFFORD J. HACKETT,
    Petltloner-Hueband,
    and
    SHTRLEY C. HACKETT,
    Respondent Wife.
    TO: SHIRLEY C. HACKETT
    912 Jones Street
    San Francisco, Ca
    YQU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha'
    a petition for Dissolution of you:
    Marriage has been filed and com
    menced In this court and you an
    required to serve a copy of your wrlttei
    defenses. If any, to It on EUGENE
    LEMLICH. ESQ., attorney fo:
    Petitioner, whose address Is 2720 W.
    Flagler Street. Miami, Florida 33135,
    and file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before June 6,
    1077: otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    aid court at Miami. Florida on this 2
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By S. Parrish
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    EUGENE LEMLICH, ESQ.
    2720 West Flagler Street
    Miami, Fl. 33135
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 6.13,20, 27,1977
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE UNDER------------
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    13130 ASWAN PARTNERSHIP at 6475
    Bird Road, Miami, Fla. 33156, Intend to
    register said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    HARRY KRUEGER
    IRVIN FAGGEN
    FLORENCE FAGGEN
    IRVIN ABRAMS
    TAMARAABRAMS
    HYMAN POTLER
    RUTHPOTLER
    JOSEPH BERLINSKY
    DOUGLAS KRUEGER
    ____________Apr. 22,29: Mav 6.13. 1977
    LEGAL NOTICES'
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    JUAN AND MARIA SANCHEZ d b a
    SUPERIOR FURNITURE at MS East
    11th Avenue, Hlaleah. Fla., Intend to
    register said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
    JUAN SANCHEZ
    MARIA OLGA SANCHEZ
    May 13. 20,27; June 3. 1977
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-13880
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JERRY KING, husband
    and
    ANGELINA KING, wife
    TO: MRS. ANGELINA KING
    c oMRS SUSAN PIOPPI
    49 GRADY COURT
    EAST BOSTON,
    MASSACHUSETTS
    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 AR1HUR H.
    LIPgON. attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address Is 1980 So. Ocean Drive,
    Haltahdale, Florida 33009, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 10, 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 4
    day of May, 1977.
    Lot 5, In Block 42, of NEW SOUTH
    MIAMI HEIGHTS, as per Reso-
    lution No. 7779, recorded in Deed
    Book 4053. at Page 531. Dade
    County, Fla. according to the Plat
    thereof, as recorded In Plat Book 46,
    Page 83. Public Records of Dade
    County. Florida.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By B Llpps
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    .___________ May 6, 13, 20, 27,1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES OF
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH. PA., at 16501
    NW 2 Avenue. North Miami Beach, Fla.
    33189, intend to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Florida.
    DRS. GLUCROFT. UNGER
    and GOLDMAN. P.A.
    Attorney for Applicants
    EDWARD HEILBRONNER. ESQ.
    lSE 3 Ave.. Suite 3050
    Miami, Fla. 33131
    May 13. 20.27; June 3,1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi
    undersigned, desiring to engage li
    business under the fictitious name o.
    ACTIVE USED AUTO AND TRUCK
    PARTS at 9690 NW South River Drive.
    Medley. Florida intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County. Florida.
    PECALU CORPORATION
    _________May 13. 20. 27; June 3. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY,
    JUVENILE AND
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASE NO. 74-3574 D
    FAMILY NO. 74-3574 D
    PETITION FOR CUSTODY
    IN RE. Custody of
    ISA SABATES
    BY: Mr. and Mrs. Gumerslndo
    k Georglna Pestano:
    TO: Mr. Lazaro Sabates Viero
    Last Known Residence
    32 No. 963entre
    Av. 26y47
    Nuevo Vedado, Habana, Cuba
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a PETITION FOR ADOPTION has been
    filed against you and you are required to
    serve a copy of your written defenses, if
    any. to it on GLADYS GERSON.
    ESQUIRE. Attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is STONE, SOSTCHIN *
    GONZALEZ, PA., 101 NW 12th Avenue,
    Miami, Florida, and file the original
    with the Clerk of the above styled Court
    on or before Monday, June 6, 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 FLORID IAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
    said Court at Miami, Florida on this 2f
    day of April. 1977
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: AltherlaGilbert, DC.
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    GLADYS GERSON, ESQUIRE
    STONE. SOSTCHIN It GONZALEZ
    PA.
    101 NW 12th Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33128
    (3061324-4556
    May 6. 13.20,27, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-13843
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    HARRY EDWARD VOLZ,
    Petitioner
    and
    DELORES JANE VOLZ.
    Respondent
    TO: DELORES JANE VOLZ
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any, to It on NATHANIEL L.
    BARONE. JR.. attorney for Petitioner
    whose address Is 777 NE 79th Street,
    Miami. Florida, and file the original
    with the clerk of the above styled court
    on or before June 10, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 4
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    AsClerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By K. T Cramer
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    May 6.13. 20. 27, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN m.JD
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-13372
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    YVONNE LILIETH HARRIS
    ROBINSON. Petitioner
    and
    ROY ROBINSON,
    Respondent.
    TO: ROY ROBINSON
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any, to It on David 8. Javlta,
    Esq., attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address Is 3628 NE 2nd Avenue. Miami
    Florida 33137, and file the original with
    the clerk of the above styled court on or
    before June 10, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 29
    day of April, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    ByM. J.Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    DAVID B.JAVITS
    3628 NE 2nd Ave.
    Miami. Florida 33137
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 6.13,20, 27,197
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-14020
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of:
    HENRY E.WRIGHT,
    husband
    and
    JOAN WRIGHT.
    Wife
    TO: JOAN WRIGHT
    RESIDENCE It ADDRESS
    UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, If any, to it on LOUIS R.
    BELLER, ESQ., attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lincoln
    Rd.. Suite 238, Miami Beach. Florida
    33139, and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or before
    June 17.1977; 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 5
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Cl rcult Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    May 13. 20, 27; June 3,1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO.77-14018
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JOSEPH BLATT
    Husband
    and
    ADA BLATT
    Wife
    TO: ADA BLATT
    c / o DOROTHY BENJAMIN
    4711 12th AVENUE
    BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
    11219
    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 LOUIS R
    BELLER. ESQ.. attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lincoln
    Rd.. Suite 238, Miami Beach. Florida
    33139. and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or before
    June 17.1977; 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 5
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw, Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    May 13, 20. 27; June 3, 1977
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NO. 77-14337
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    JAMES T. BARNES k COMPANY, a
    corporation organized and existing
    under the laws of the State of Michigan.
    Plaintiff,
    -vs-
    JOMAL CORPORATION, a dissolved
    Florida corporation, et al.
    Defendants.
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    IN FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE
    TO: ALAN J.COHEN
    Residence Unknown
    and
    All parties claiming Interest by.
    through, under or against ALAN I.
    COHEN, as Treasurer of THE
    CRICKET CLUB Incorporated, a dis-
    solved Florida corporation; and All
    parties having or claiming to have any
    right, title, or Interest in the property
    herein described.
    JOMAL CORPORATION
    Residence Unknown
    or if the JOMAL CORPORATION Is
    dissolved, to any unknown persons who
    shall comprise the last Board of
    Directors thereof, or who shall be In
    possession of any property of the said
    dissolved corporation, or who shall
    claim any right, title or Interest In the
    hereinafter described real property by,
    through, or under JOMAL COR-
    PORATION, or any persons acting as
    Trustees on behalf of such dissolved
    corporation.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a BUI of Complaint to foreclose a certain
    mortgage on the following described,
    property, to wit:
    Tract 1, RESUBDI VISION OF
    PORTIONS OF LIDO BAY, ac-
    cording to the Plat thereof,
    recorded In Plat Book 84, Page 32, of
    the Public Records of Dade County.
    Florida,
    has been filed against you. and you are
    required to serve a copy of your answer
    or pleading to the Bill of Complaint upon
    Plaintiff's attorneys, WATSON,
    HUBERT k DAVIS, 3600 North Federal
    Highway, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
    33308. and file the original answer or
    pleading In the Office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court, on or before the 17 day of
    June, 1977; otherwise Judgment by
    default will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded In the BUI of
    Complaint.
    DATED this 9 day of May. 1977
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    ByC P.Copeland
    Deputy Clerk
    WATSON. HUBERT It DAVIS
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    3600 North Federal Highway
    Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33308
    May 13. 20,27; June 3,1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION---------------
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-10821
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    SILVANA IVON KEEN
    Petitioner
    and
    SHELLY ELMO KEEN.
    Respondent.
    TO: SHELLY ELMO KEEN.
    Respondent
    621 Colonial Drive
    Apt. 7
    Ft. Walton Beach. Florida 32548
    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 GARY B.
    SACK, ESQ., attorney for Petitioner
    whose address Is 801 Dade Federal
    Building, 101 East Flagler Street,
    Miami, Florida 33131, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17 1977-
    otherwise a default will be enetered
    against you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the se-J of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 9th
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    ByN. A.Hewett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    GARY B. SACK, ESQUIRE
    801 Dade Federal Building.
    101 East Flagler St.
    Miami. Florida33131 Phone: 358-6090
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 13, 20 27; June 3, 1977
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    INANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    FILE NO. 77-3141
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    GERTRUDE F. HIRSCH.
    a k a TRUDY F HIRSCH.
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate of
    GERTRUDE F HIRSCH. deceased,
    late of Dade County. Florida. File
    Number 77-3161 Is pending In the Circuit
    Court In and for Dade County. Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of which
    is 3rd Floor, Dade County Courthouse
    73 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
    33130. The personal representative of
    this estate is ISRAEL BERSTLING
    whose address Is 800 West Avenue
    Apartment PH-6. Miami Beach. Florida
    33139. The name and address of the
    attorney for the personal representative
    are are set forth below.
    All persons having claims or demands
    against this estate are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be in writing and must Indicate (he
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when it
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated. If the claim Is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons interested in the estate to
    whom a copy of this Notice of Admin-
    istration 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
    challenge the validity of the decedents
    will, the qualifications of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    Jurisdiction of the court.
    J^,CI-AIMS' DEMANDS. AND
    OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVER BARRED
    DATED at Miami. Florida on this 6th
    day of May, 1977.
    ISRAEL BERSTLING
    As Personal Representative of
    the Estate of
    GERTRUDE F. HIRSCH.
    aim?1. ,pub."CaUn f ^is Notice"!*
    Administration on the 13th day of May.
    HENRY NORTON. ESQUIRE
    1201 Biscayne Building
    19 Wast Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33130
    Telephone I 3051 374 3116
    May 13. 20. 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name
    DECORATOR DESIGN AND BUYING
    SERVICE at 76 NE 40th Street. Miami.
    Florida, Intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade Countv. Florida.
    THE DECORATORS GROUP. INC
    By: MAXSIROTA.PRES.
    May 13. 20. 27; June 3, 1977
    CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NO. 77-14172
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The Marriage of:
    KI.KIRYKLIETTEDUPOUX,
    Petitioner-Wife
    VI
    POWELDUPOUX,
    Respondent-Husband
    You. POWEL DUPOUX, 2nd Citee St.
    Martin. No 110. Port-au-Prince. Haiti,
    are hereby notified to serve a copy of
    your Answer to the Dissolution of
    Marriage filed against you. upon Wife's
    attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ.
    612 NW 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
    33136. and file original with Clerk of
    Court on or before June 17. 1977;
    otherwise the Petition will be confessed
    by you.
    Dates this 6 day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER. CLERK
    By: K T Cramer
    Deputy Clerk
    May 13, 20,27; June3,1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name
    BOWER It RICE at 1110 Brtckell Ave.,
    Miami. Florida 33131 Intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    BOWER & RICE, P.A.
    1110 Brtckell Ave.
    Miami. Florida 33131
    DANIELZ. AVERBOOK. ESQ.
    Attorney for Applicant
    Suite 2770-One Biscayne Tower
    Miami. Florida 33131
    May 13. 20, 27; June 3. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-14298
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    MARIA SAVINON AMADOR,
    Petitioner
    and
    CINENCIO A. AMADOR,
    Respondent.
    TO: CINENCIO A AMADOR
    1513 Main Street
    Rahway, New Jersey 07085
    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 HOWARD HILL
    BENNETT, attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address is 19 West Flagler Street.
    Suite 520. Miami, Florida, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 9
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    ByM. J Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Sea! I
    HOWARD HILL BENNETT, ESQ
    19 West Flagler St., Suite 520
    Miami, Florida 33130
    Attorney for Petitioner
    _____________May 13, 20, 27. June 3, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-14354
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    GABRIELLE VILLAMAR
    SAINT FLEUR,
    Husband / Petitioner
    and
    JEANDIELLA
    SAINT FLEUR,
    Wife, Respondent.
    TO: JEANDIELLA SAINT FLEUR
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses. If any. to It on DANIEL
    RETTER. ESQ.. attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is 801 Dade
    Federal Building. 101 East Flagler
    Street. Miami, Florida 33131, and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17, 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 FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 9
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    ByC. P.Copeland
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
    Attorney for Petitioner
    801 Dade Federal Building
    101 East Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 88181
    Phone: 358 6090
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 13, 20,27; June 3,1977


    I20,1977
    rSoTICES
    *Jmisti fhrkNan
    TSgPTCTT
    LEGAL NOTICES
    PfoCREDITOKS
    'lK TRANSFER
    .Florida Statute 676^107 a
    finder Article 6 of the Unl-
    fcrclal Code will be made at
    res of V ROBERT CAR
    i 519 299 Alhambra Circle.
    ', Florida on or after June 3.
    fietween __.
    iTINW HEAREIX
    lolut business as
    TaI'STINTV*
    jANCESERVICE
    whose business address Is
    fth Avenue. West Miami,
    Iertmccrimmon
    [whose business address will
    167th Avenue, West Miami,
    K three years last past the
    fso far as Is known to the
    ,has used no other business
    llress ether than that listed
    Transferor, relevant to
    , 111 be paid in full as they
    Ithe result of this transfer.
    t the Transferor should file
    w,th V ROBERT CAR-
    neyatI.awatSuite519.299
    Brcle, Coral Gables. Florida
    (ore June 3, 1977.
    iliami. Florida this 18 day of
    Iertmccrimmon,
    Transferee
    ^CARLISLE
    iTransfereee
    (Alhambra Circle
    i Florida 33134
    May 20.1977
    fFOR DISSOLUTION
    JF MARRIAGE
    ^TICE OF ACTION
    .TRUCTIVE SERVICE
    NO PROPERTY)
    CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    1JTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    [FLORIDA, IN AND
    idDADE COUNTY
    IActionNo.77-14M
    i Marnage of
    I ANN HEWES
    [Petitioner,
    IBISHOP. Respondent.
    LES BISHOP
    E HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    lor Dissolution of Marriage
    fled against you and you are
    I serve a copy of your written
    If any. to It on MARK J.
    IN. ESQ.. attorney for
    vhose address Is 350 Lincoln
    422, Miami Beach, Florida
    jil.' the original with the clerk
    stvled court on or before
    . otherwise a default will be
    feainst you for the relief
    pi the complaint or petition.
    shall be published once
    p four consecutive weeks in
    ridian
    my hand and the seal of
    hi Miami, Florida on this 12
    1977
    Ihanl P. Rnnker. Clerk
    JCIerk, Circuit Court.
    } Hinlv, Florida
    " By M. J.Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    urt Seal I
    May 27; June 3, 10. 1977
    i CIRCUIT COURTFOR
    ! COUNTY,FLORIDA
    IOBATE DIVISION
    = ile Number 77-2411
    TATE OF
    .BLOODa k a
    lOD.
    d
    : OF ADMINISTRATION
    ERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    k.NI>S AGAINST THE ABOVE
    UNI) ALL OTHER PERSONS
    EI UN THE ESTATE:
    HE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    lustration of the estate of
    HI.(KID ,i k a NELL
    creased. File Number 77
    ding in the Circuit Court for
    ounty. Florida. Probate
    address of which Is Dade
    Courthouse. Miami, Florida
    personal representative of
    is MICHAEL J BURNS.
    llress Is 10751 SW 46 Street.
    lorida. The name and address
    nonal representative's at-
    \ set forth below.
    ons having claims or demands
    the estate are required.
    THREE MONTHS FROM
    [ATE OF THE FIRST
    kTION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    he clerk of the above court a
    kutement of any claim or
    hey may have. Each claim
    i riling and must Indicate the
    I the claim, the name and ad-
    I the creditor or his agent or
    and the amount claimed If
    is not yet due. the date when it
    Ime due shall be stated If the
    lontlngent or unliquidated, the
    the uncertainty shall be
    the claim is secured, the
    shall be described The
    bhall deliver sufficient copies
    }lm In the Clerk to enable the
    [all nnc copy to each personal
    [hiIve
    d In the estate to
    (if tins Notice ol
    (linn has been mailed arc
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    :'l'. i IF THE FIRST
    OF THIS NOT::
    1 is they may ha>
    the validity (if th
    itions -it the i1,
    ptatlve, or the venue or
    mot the court
    uNDS
    I BO Kii E I
    BARRED

    Administration Maj IS
    \EI. I ".: '
    F
    I OTH \NE
    k a
    ; OR PERSON
    sen pative
    KITH
    P jhway. Suite 880
    bles. Florida 33 u
    lc RR7-4878
    May 13. 20. 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    PYRAMID PROMOTIONS at number
    9301 NE 6th Avenue. In the City of
    Miami Shores. Florida, Intend to
    register the said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida.
    Dated at Coral Gables, Florida, this 18
    day of May. 1977.
    FLORENCE SCHWARTZ. Applicant
    SYLVIA FELDMAN, Applicant
    9301 NE 6th Avenue
    Miami Shores. Florida 33138
    V. ROBERT CARLISLE
    Attorney for Applicant
    , 299 Alhambra Circle, No. 519
    Coral Gables, Florida 33134
    May 20. 27; June 3.10, 1977
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    FILE NUMBER. 77-1280
    Division: 33 John R. Blanton
    FORMAL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    PETITION FOR
    APPOINTMENT OF
    PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
    IN RE: Estall'm
    NATHAN LIFSCHITZ.
    Deceased.
    TO: REGINAGAWLIKOWA
    Ulica (Street)
    Teatralina2 4M.9.
    Wroclaw 2, Poland
    LOUIS LIFSCHITZ
    (address unknown I
    and all persons having claims or
    demands against the above estate and
    all other persons Interested in the estate
    or any person who has claim rights or
    Interest in the estate whose name and
    residence is not known to the Petitioner
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition
    for Administration of a Florida resident
    without Will and Appointment of Per-
    sonal Representative has been filed and
    you are required to serve a caveat or to
    file your appearance, if any, to It on
    RICHARD J MENIN, Attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 721
    Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
    Florida 33139 and to file the original
    with the Clerk of the above-styled court
    on or before June 3. 1977. otherwise the
    said Petition for Administration shall be
    heard and granted.
    This Notice shall be published once a
    week for four (4 consecutive weeks in
    the Jewish Floridian
    WITNESS my hand and seal of said
    court at Miami. Florida on this 13 day of
    May. 1977
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: Cornell Robinson
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    RICHARD J MENIN. ESQUIRE
    Attorney for Petitioner
    721 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach. Floridi 33139
    May 20. 27; June 3. 10, 1977
    LEGAL NOTICES
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number '7 3158
    Division Frank B. Dowlinq
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    SUE WALLACH,
    Deceased _____
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OR DEMANDS AGAINST THEI ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate of SI E
    WALLACH. deceased. File Number 77
    3158, Is pending In the Circuit Court for
    Dade County, Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which is .3 West
    Flagler Street, Miami, Florida The
    personal representatlvesof the estate
    aTe BERNARD WALLACH ARLINE
    SPEELMAN, whose address is atua
    Collins Ave Miami Beach. Florida (as
    to Wallach.. 138 High Street East
    Wllllston. New York (as to Speelmani
    The name and address of the personal
    representatives' attorney are set forth
    below. .
    All persons having claims or demands
    against the estate are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be in writing and must indicate me
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed f
    the claim Is not yet due. the date when it
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall In-
    stated If the claim is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative
    All persons interested In the estate In
    whom a copy of this Notice of
    Administration has been mailed are
    reoulred WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE HATE OF THE FIRST
    ,,[, OF THIS NOTICE to
    flle p. Ions they may have thai
    rha, .. validity ol thedecedent -
    w, cations of the !
    reo:. ... or the venue or
    . ,c=tlonofthe<-ourt_____
    CLMMS, DEMAND- AM '
    NOT 30 PILED WIL1
    BARRED
    Irst publication
    ..i.nmlstratlon: May 13. 19..
    tDWALLAt
    NESPEELMAN
    as Perse .. Etopresentatlvi ifthe
    SUE W.U.I
    DC-
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES:
    SIMON. HAYS & OKI NDWERG
    608 Alnsley Building
    Miami. Florida 331."2
    Telephone 305. 371-651:^
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77.14836
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    WENDY LEE ANKENBAUER.
    Wife
    and
    GARY RONALD ANKENBAUER.
    Husband.
    TO: GARY RONALD ANKENBAUER
    c / oCommandlng Officer
    U.S. Army No. 112 42 3249
    United States
    Military Community Activity
    G.S.N.
    A.P.O. New York 09169
    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 PAUL
    KWITNEY, attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address is 420 Lincoln Road.
    Suite 512. Miami Beach, Florida 33139.
    and file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before June 24.
    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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 13
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    KWITNEY. KROOP & SCHEINBERG.
    PA.
    420 Lincoln Road, Suite 512
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    (3051538-7575
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3.10.1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADECOUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-15027
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    WILFREDOCESPEDES.
    Petitioner Husband,
    and
    LIG1ACAKRASCO
    RECIOCESPEDES.
    Respondent Wife.
    TO: LIGIACARRASCO
    RECIOCESPEDES
    Address: UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a petition for Dissolution of your
    Marriage has been filed and com-
    menced In this court and you are
    requl red to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any. to it on CEASE &
    CEASE, attorneys for the Petitioner,
    whose address is 2720 West Flagler
    Street, Miami. Florida 33135. and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    stvled court on or before June 24, 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief prayed for in
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 16
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By G. S. Carlie
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    CEASE & CEASE
    2720 West Flagler Street
    Miami, Florida 33135
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3.10, 1977
    Rabbi Weinschneider Dies
    Rabbi Abraham Wein-
    schneider, senior rabbi and
    founder of the Jacob C. Cohen
    Community Synagogue, Miami
    Beach, in addition to being the
    founder of dozens of underground
    Yeshivas in Soviet Russia, died
    May 14 in Chicago, 111., while
    visiting relatives. He was 80.
    Rabbi Weinschneider held his
    last Rabbinical position as senior
    Rabbi of the
    Congregation
    Star of Jacob,
    first in Los An-
    geles, then in Je-
    rusalem and Chi-
    cago. Congrega-
    tion Star of Ja-
    cob is the sister
    congregation to
    the Jacob C.
    Cohen Syna-
    gogue here. Weinschneider
    Rabbi Weinschneider was born
    in Poland, ordained at the Novor-
    deker Yeshiva and fled to the
    Ukraine when World War I broke
    out. There he set up numerous
    underground rabbinical colleges
    in defiance of the Communist
    regime.
    According to son-in-law Rabbi
    Tibor Stern, who visited Russia a
    few years ago, many of the
    schools are still in existence.
    Rabbi Weinschneider is sur-
    vived by his daughter, Mrs.
    Idelle Stern; a son, Sydney; 10
    grandchildren and 14 great-
    grandchildren.
    Services were held in the
    Brisker Yeshiva in Chicago. Final
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open ery Ooy CloseW Sobbvth
    140 SW 57th Avenue
    Phone 266-2888
    services and eulogies were held in
    Jerusalem, with the funeral pro-
    cession beginning at the Star of
    Jacob Synagogue in Jerusalem.
    STRONGIN. Susan, 62. of Deerfleld
    Beach, on May 7. Riverside.
    ARONSON. Edith. 74, of Hallandalc.
    SHAW. Milton D 67. on April 28. Inter-
    ment Mt. Nebo Riverside
    AMSTERDAM. Dr Charles. 80. ol
    Hollywood, on May 2. Interment Beth
    El Memorial. Riverside.
    LANDES, Daniel. 76. of Hollywood, on
    April 30 Riverside.
    CHAPMAN. Max. 76. of Hollywood, on
    April 2X Levitt
    SHAW. Milton. 67. of Pembroke Pines.
    on April 28. Interment Mt. Nebo.
    Riverside, ,
    Al.TMAN. Irving. 59. of Hallandale. on
    May Interment Beth El Riverside
    BABCHICK. Minnie, 72. of Pembroke
    Pines, on May 3 Riverside.
    MANSFIELD, Arthur, of Miami Beach.
    on May 6. Blasberg
    I'OLAKOW. Minnie S.. 91. Interment
    Mt Nebo. Riverside.
    TEN/.KR. Helen. 73. of Miami Beach.
    on May 7 Riverside
    ZWERDLING. Bella, 72. of Miami, on
    May 6 Interment New York
    GOLDEN. Nathan, 73, of Miami Beach.
    on May 6 Gordon.
    SEIMAN. Sarah. 65. of Miami Beach.
    Gordon.
    SHAW. Hannah, 79, of Miami Beach, on
    May 7. Riverside.
    SPRUCHMAN. Rose. 70. of Miami
    Beach. Gordon
    URY. Arthur A.. 73, of North Miami
    Beach, on May 8.l/evltt.
    BERGER. Sam, 69, of Miami Beach, on
    May 8 Interment Mt Final. Gordon.
    COHEN, Mendel. 70, of Miami, on May
    8. Gordon.
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    MONUMENT INC.
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    7610 N.E. 2nd Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33138
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    NOTICE OF ACTION
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADECOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-4S3
    BLANCHE M. LAX.
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    RICHARD ASTROM. Individually
    and as Trustee. PETER GOETZ.
    ELLIOTT RUDICH and LINDA
    RUDICH, hl3Wlfe,
    Defendants.
    TO: PETER GOETZ. ELLIOT
    RUDICH
    & LINDA RUDICH, his wife
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
    to foreclose a mortgage on the following
    described property In Dade County,
    The NE ', of the NE ti of the SE %
    of Section 33. Township 55 South.
    Rangi H East, lying and being In
    Dade County, Florida.
    iM> been filed against you and you are
    required serve acony of ywrOTltten
    GARY B SA
    Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address is
    801 Dade Federal Building, 101 East
    Florida 88181. on
    ,.,, 8i, ,..77. and tile the
    with the Clerk of th s Court
    before Plaintiff's
    attorneys or Immediately there
    otherwise defaull wlfl I......itered
    againsl vu for the relief demanded in
    :ian _, >t.i.
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    Attorney for Petitlonei
    101 East Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33131
    358-6080 ,
    May 20. T
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    (77
    feWXSlh Flloridiaitl Area Ceremonies Held
    Florida
    Friday, May 20,1977
    SECTION C
    Shapiro Receives Academic Hon6rs
    i
    i
    ffer Tamid Installation
    f; Sees Office Dedication
    . mnjunrtion with the installation of officers and bflard
    1!. f Temple Ner Tamid, the Era Rosenfeld Reception Office
    jSlv dedicated last Sunday.
    ThP endowment of the office was made by Hannah Rosenfeld and
    , L.r Kredlvn The office is dedicated in memory of their late
    ' *l d ancI' lth'>r Era Rosenfeld- who served TemPle Ner Tamid as
    gl secretary since the Temple's inception.
    /). '', Era Rosenfeld Reception Office at Temple Ner
    Tamio <-om left) l)r Eugene Labovitz, rabbi. Hannah
    Hosti Fredlyn Shaw.
    ''' fi \'er Tamid's officer installation (from left} Arthur
    Vfeyer Spitzer and David M. (apian (right) were
    their sen-ice to the synagogue. Dr. Eugene Labovitz
    rom nght). spiritual leader of Ner Tamid, presents
    plaqu. to the three men
    hen Sisterhood President Linda Serbin (standing) met
    T'e''"y With (left to right) Denise Lavan. Anna Miller and
    Barbara Hagen. v> discuss details of Sisterhood's upcoming
    "nnual Spring luncheon for the benefit of the Temple's library,
    'ernple President James S. Knopke dropped by. The luncheon
    ""' take place on May 25 at the Temple. Miami Beach. The
    ^neral public is invited and reservations may be made at the
    temple.
    Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, rabbi
    of Temple Zion, was awarded the
    degree of doctor of divinity by
    the Jewish Theological Seminary
    of America at the annual con-
    vention of the Rabbinical
    Assembly.
    Dr. Shapiro was presented
    with his diploma and hood, sym-
    bolizing the doctorate degree, by
    Dr. Gerson D. Cohen at the aca-
    demic convocation held recently
    in Grossinger's, New York.
    The academic procession was
    witnessed by the largest
    gathering of conservative rabbis
    ever held in America in atten-
    dance at the seventy-seventh
    annual Rabbinical Assembly.
    In honor of having achieved
    this academic honor. Rabbi
    Norman N. Shapiro Day was pro-
    claimed in Dade County by
    Mayor Stephen P. Clark, and in
    the City of Miami by Mayor
    Maurice Ferre. Proclamations
    were issued and signed by the
    Mayors.
    Harold Rosen. Mayor of Miami
    Beach, awarded a key to the City
    to Dr. Shapiro.
    Joseph Golden, immediate
    past president of the Southeast
    Region of the United Synagogue
    of America, was present to offer
    congratulations on behalf of the
    parent body of the Conservative
    movement.
    The congregation of Temple
    Zion gathered during Friday
    evening services. May 13, in
    honor of Dr. Shapiro's achieve-
    ment and the proclamations were
    presented to him.
    Dr. Shapiro responded by
    thanking all "I those who had
    participated in making the day
    possible and called the event
    "one more indication that Temple
    Zion is the outstanding Con-
    servative Congregation serving
    iuth Dade community."
    A Kiddush reception in Dr.
    Shapiro's honor was hosted by-
    Mr and Mrs. Franklin I).
    Kreutzer immediately following
    the services,
    JFCS Centers
    Offer Counseling
    Place South and Place East,
    two of the three professional
    counseling centers for adole-
    scent- sponsored by Jewish
    F.imil.v and Children's Service.
    has begun spring summer short
    . term counseling groups for
    mothers and fathers of teens now
    receiving counseling at the
    Places.
    According to Judy Mishkin,
    director of the Places, the
    primary focus of these parent
    groups is educational. Each will
    run for ten sessions.
    Skills of effective parenting
    with adolescents will be explored.
    Parents will discuss aspects of
    adolescence which may produce
    conflicts, and learn how to under-
    stand and deal with these con-
    flicts. Ms. Mishkin explained
    that the parent therapy group
    will explore different types of
    adolescent parent friction
    through open discussion, and via
    role playing and modeling
    experiences.
    Schwartz Honored At
    Sisterhood Meeting
    Sisterhood of Temple Beth Ra-
    phael was to hold a meeting on
    Thursday. May 19. at 7:30 p.m.
    at the Temple. Miami Beach,
    with Faye Rrucker presiding.
    Rose A. Schwartz, a member of
    the executive board of the Sister-
    hood, was to be honored as
    Mother of the Year.
    Louis Ladne, baritone, accom-
    panied by Carl Altholz. Beth
    Raphael's choir director, will
    present a musical program.
    Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chancellor of the Jewish Theological
    Seminary of America, presents the degree of doctor of divinity
    and hood to Dr. Norman N. Shapiro at the seventy-seventh
    Rabbinical Assembly held recently in (irossinger's, N. Y.
    KOSOFF
    GERTNER
    COG AN
    Gertner Named to Lead
    Mt Sinai Foundation
    Samuel Gertner, executive vice
    president of Mt. Sinai Medical
    Center, has been unanimously
    elected president of the Mt. Sinai
    Medical Center Foundation.
    The independently incor-
    porated, not for profit Founda-
    tion is the fund raising organi-
    zation which raises, manages and
    disburses contributions to Mt
    Sinai Medical Center. Hospital
    leaders Max Orovitz, chairman of
    the Board of Trustees, and Lila
    1 leaner, president, are among
    those who actively support this
    new concept.
    Other officers elected to the
    Hoard of Directors are Max
    Cogen and Bing Kosoff, vice
    presidents; Dr. Arkadi Rywlin.
    secretary: Aletha Clifford, assis-
    tant secretary; and Samuel
    I'arber. treasurer.
    GERTNER. WHO has been
    with Mt Sinai for 28 years, has
    served as the medical center's
    executive director for 21 of those
    years, and as executive vice
    president of the Board of
    Trustees since 1966.
    Vice President. Max Cogen. a
    founder for more than 28 years, is
    immediate past president of that
    organization. A building con-
    struction executive, he is also
    chairman of the Board of
    Trustee's Building and Grounds
    Committee. He has been a trustee
    since 1960 and a life trustee since
    1974.
    Kosoff. who is a vice president
    of the hospital as well as the
    Foundation, has been a trustee
    since 1970. He has been a founder
    since 1969 and currently serves
    as its president. A general con-
    tractor, he is currently serving as
    chairman of the Foundations
    Fund Raising Committee.
    Mt Sinai's director of Patho-
    logy and Laboratory Medicine.
    Dr." Rywlin. has been named
    Foundation Secretary. He has
    worked at Mt. Sinai since 1959
    and became a founder in 1969. A
    professor in Pathology at the
    University of Miami School of
    Medicine, he is a fellow of the
    American Societv of Clinirpl
    Pathologists and the College of
    American Pathologist s.
    Gifford, who has been em-
    ployed as executive secretary to
    the executive vice president since
    1952, was named assistant secre-
    tary of the Foundation. This new
    responsibility is added to her role
    as assistant secretary of the
    Board of Trustees.
    The treasurer's job will be as-
    sumed by larber, who is cur-
    rently executive treasurer of the
    Hoard of Trustees He began
    working at Mt Sinai in 1949 as
    the hospital's comptroller and
    was promoted over the years to
    assistant director, director of
    fiscal affairs, and executive
    Measurer.
    Ted Safian, who has served as
    Mt Sinai's Development Fund
    director for six years, was ap-
    pointed bj the Board of Directors
    as the Foundation's executive
    director.
    Other members of the Founda-
    tion Board include Leonard L.
    Abess. Marihel Blum. Stephen
    Cypen. Aaron Kanner, Dr.
    Sherman Kaplan, Dr. Leon Man-
    heimer. Nicholas Morley, Selma
    Oritt. F.dward Shapiro. Milton
    Weiss.
    The Foundation put the fund -
    raising aspects of the medical
    center into a separate organi-
    zation which structures a fund -
    raising program to stimulate
    community contributions which
    will help provide better services,
    equipment and facilities at Mt.
    Sinai.
    Sisterhood Plans
    Young Israel Dinner
    Sisterhood of Young Israel will
    hold its nineteenth annual Donor
    dinner at the Young Israel Social
    Hall. North Miami Beach, on
    Sunday. May 29.
    Ray Gruen. Donor chairman,
    has announced that entertain-
    ment will be provided by David
    Labell and Israeli singer Dany
    \mihua.
    Sisterhood presidents are
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    Friday, May 20,is77
    Robert L. Siegel. chairman of the executive committee of the
    Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, presented the Israel
    Solidarity Award to Katherine Pener at a Saulte to Israel
    sponsored by the Eton Towers Israel Bond Committee. Her
    husband, Bernard Pener (right), looks on.
    Nat Winokur (left), Coral Gables civic leader, added another to
    his impressive list of honors from civic and charitable causes
    recently when outgoing Coral Gables Mayor Robert B. Knight
    presented him with a certificate of appreciation for his service
    to the city. Knight's predecessor, W. Keith Phillips Jr., honored
    Winokur similarly and the busiest park in Coral Gables is
    named for the long-time Miracle Mile merchant.

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    J.M. Lelchuk Cited for 30 Year
    Service Record in Bay Harbor
    After 30 years of service in the
    administration of the Town of
    Bay Harbor Islands, J. M.
    Lelchuk was presented with a
    plaque commemorating his long
    record of service at the Town
    Council Meeting on May 9.
    Lelchuk was elected a council-
    man in 1947, when Bay Harbor
    Islands was incorporated.
    Shortly thereafter, he took on the
    duties of administrator of the
    municipality's affairs and in 1949
    he resigned from the Town Coun-
    cil to accept the position of Town
    Manager under a newly adopted
    Council-Manager form of govern-
    ment. He served as Town Mana-
    ger until 1957, when he resigned
    to enter private enterprise
    although he remained as Tax
    Assessor.
    In 1958, Lelchuk was ap-
    pointed to fill the vacancy of Sam
    Fletcher, who resigned from
    office. Lelchuk has remained a
    member of the Town Council
    since that time, having been re-
    elected consecutively in 1961.
    1965,1969 and 1973.
    Lelchuk and his wife, Bettie,
    were two of the earliest residents
    of the town. Their son Steve, now
    a resident of Minneapolis, was
    born in 1951 and enjoys the dis-
    tinction of having been the
    second newborn baby citizen o'
    the Town.
    Lelchuk guided and parti-
    cipated in many of the out-
    standing projects fostered by the
    community. Perhaps the most
    important improvement that
    came in those early years was the
    construction of Broad Causeway,
    named for Shepard Broad, the
    founder, developer and long-time
    mayor of Bay Harbor Islands.
    The Causeway was completed in
    1951 and Lelchuk was totally
    involved in the planning and con-
    struction of that municipal
    endeavor.
    When asked what might be the
    highlight of his 30-year record
    with the Town, Lelchuk sums it
    up with the simple comment that
    "it has been a rare privilege to
    serve the outstanding citizens of
    this town, which we think is one
    of the greatest in all of the land."
    Lelchuk is senior vice president
    and a member of the board of
    directors of American Savings &
    Loan Association of Florida, an
    $830 million financial institution
    doing business throughout South
    Florida.
    Beth Moshe
    Students
    to Perform
    Temple Beth Moshe of North
    Miami will hold Confirmation on
    Sunday, May 22, at 11 a.m. in the
    Temple Sanctuary.
    The Confirmands will perform
    a cantata entitled "Sharing the
    Prophets," conducted by Dr.
    Daniel Eichenbaum.
    The Confirmands are: Kim
    Allen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
    Stuart Allen; Susan Gotland,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
    Gotland; Mark Pavilack, son of
    Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Pavilack;
    Roy Shapiro, son of Dr. and Mrs.
    Bertram Shapiro; Karen Suster,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime
    Suster; and Jeffrey Wolf, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wolf.
    Rabbi Emeritus Joseph A.
    Gorfinkel will charge the Confir-
    mands and Herbert S. Lelchuk,
    president of the congregation will
    present the certificates of con-
    firmation.
    Barry Ross (left) of South Miami, chairman of the United
    Jewish Appeal's Young Leadership Cabinet for the State of
    Florida, joined with South Miami's Joel Levy (center) and
    Coral Gables' Mike Adler (right), also members of the Cabinet,
    in gathering support for the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund. All three men are active leaders of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation's campaign.
    WIDOW,67, WHO DOES NOT FEEL
    SECURE WHEN ALONE. SEEKS
    RETIRED WOMAN, SAME AGE
    WITH SAME PROBLEM TO
    SHARE HER APARTMENT YOUR
    OWN BEDROOM, MINIMAL
    EXPENSES. MY SON DOES THE
    HEAVY SHOPPING. CALL I 961
    9730, HOLLYWOOD.
    J. M. Lelchuk receiving plaque from Theodore R Nelson,
    mayor. Town of Bay Harbor Islands on May 9, commemorating
    30 years of continuous service 1947 1977.
    IHF Women's Day Luncheon
    To Focus on Role of Women
    The contribution of women in
    the South Florida community to
    the well being of the city of
    Jerusalem will be highlighted at
    the fourth annual Women's Day
    luncheon of the Israel Histadrut
    Foundation (IHF) Thursday.
    May 26, at the Fountainebleau
    Hotel in Miami Beach.
    The Women's Day effort,
    which is being presented in asso-
    ciation with the Pioneer Women
    Council of South Florida, focuses
    attention on the role of women in
    the Histadrut's network of social
    services, which provides for the
    health, education, social and
    welfare needs of more than TO
    percent of Israel's population.
    "We are proud to express our
    solidarity with our listers in
    Israel," said Women s Day
    Chairman Kuth Shapiro.
    "particularly since we also are
    commemorating the tenth an-
    niversary of the reunification of
    Jerusalem."
    Harriet Green, president of the
    Pioneer Women, said. This
    year's Women's Day exemplifies
    the commitment of the American
    - Jewish woman to her Israeli
    sisters and to Israel's future
    Members of the South Florida Israel Bonds New Leadership
    delegation to Israel were greeted by the President of Israel,
    Ephraim Katzir, and Mrs. Katzir at a reception in their home.
    Left to right are President and Mrs. Katzir, Arthur S. Kail of
    Hollywood, Broward New Leadership chairman and leader of
    the delegation, and Larry Gotlieb of North Miami Beach and
    Dr. Pablo Tachmes of Miami Beach.
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    rFreedoms Manor dedicated its auditorium in honor of Sen.
    'hard l> Stone at a special Mothers Day ceremony,
    aepting '" honor of their son are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stone
    ,'ti San ford Hildebrandt, executive director, and Jorge
    Utmando, administrator, present the Stones with a plaque
    tnnumorating the event.
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    I Stone fcenter) of South Miami, cochairman of the Life
    mnce Illusion for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
    -,,/ with agents Marshall Rosenberg Heft I and Marshall
    holper fright! last week at the Division's dinner for the 19,7
    \Cmhined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund at the
    IStandard Club.
    tf%M
    Beach, was among 24 cantors honored by The Jewish Theo-
    logical Seminary of America at an academic convocation held
    May 9. The cantors were installed as honorary fellows of the
    Seminary's Cantors Institute as that school, founded in 1952,
    celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary. The fellows were
    presented by Rabbi Morton Leifman. assistant chancellor of the
    , Seminary f,nd dean of the music schools, and the citations were
    I presented by Rabbi David C. Kogen. vice chancellor of the
    ^Seminary and director of the schools from their foundl"^ Lf'^.
    o right above are Rabbi Kogen. Cantor Klein, and Rabbi
    Leifnuui.
    Community Federal Promotes Seven
    had been associated with savings
    and loans for over ten years,
    Gaines for five years.
    Thomas W. Eby, Georgina C.
    Ruiz, Miriam de Cespedes.
    Gordon J. Gilles and Charles De
    longchamp were elected assistant
    vice presidents. Eby was named
    mortgage officer. Mrs. Ruiz, new
    accounts; Mrs. de Cespedes.
    mortgages; Gilles and Delong-
    champ are branch managers.
    Frank D. Wallberg, chairman
    of the board of Community
    federal Savings and Loan, an-
    nounce! today seven merit pro-
    motions as a result of the growth
    of the Association.
    Charles V. Honkonen and
    Kobert Gaines were elected vice
    presidents. Both were formerly
    Mutant vice presidents with
    Community Federal. Honkonen
    TEACHERS WANTED: The Hebrew Day School of
    Central Florida, which will be commencing in Sep-
    tember, 1977, with grades K through 3, is seeking
    teachers of Judaica and / or general studies. Letters of
    application and resumes should be sent to the school,
    P-0. Box 7, Altamonte Springs, Florida 32701.
    JCC Singles Set
    Two Programs
    The JCC Singles (age 25 40)
    have two programs planned for
    (he upcoming week.
    (n Sunday. May 22, at noon at
    the Michael Ann Russell JCC
    North Miami Beach, a Salute to
    Israel Day is scheduled. Jewish
    and Israeli literature and an
    Israeli products exhibit will be
    featured
    Oil Thursday. May 26, at 8
    p.m., the group will hear a hyp-
    nosis demonstration by Bernard
    S. I'alk. licensed hypnotherapist
    and a member of the Association
    to Advance Ethical Hypnosis
    Culture Club Sets
    Fund-Raiser
    The David Ben-Gurion Culture
    Club will celebrate Israel
    Independence Day with a dance
    on Saturday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at
    the Washington Federal Savings
    and Loan Building, 633 NK 167th
    St., North Miami Beach.
    Manuel Burstein, a represen-
    tative of HLstadrut, will be guest
    speaker, and the S. Carp Orches-
    t ra w ill provide dance music.
    Proceeds of the affair will
    benefit the Kamat F.shkol Jeru-
    salem Hospital.
    MB Home Auxiliary
    To Install President
    Ethel Fisch will be installed as
    president of the Women's Auxili-
    ary of the Miami Beach Hebrew-
    Home for the Aged on Wednes-
    day. May 25, noon, at the Delano
    Hotel.
    (ius Mentz, former Miami
    Beach Chapter president of
    Hadassah will be the installing
    officer, A luncheon w ill be served.
    For reservations, contact Sara
    Levin, president.
    Mrs. Robert S. Levy and her sons. Richard I). Levy /second
    from left), and Harry "Hap" Levy /right), were the recipients of
    the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award conferred upon them
    at the annual South Florida Builders and Allied Trades Dinner
    for Israel Bonds. Saturday night at the Diplomat Hotel.
    Richard I). Levy is chairman of the board and president of
    Oriole Homes Corp.. and Harry Levy is vice president of Oriole
    Homes. The presentation was made by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
    spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El of Miami Beach and
    chairman of the Board of Governors of the Israel Bond
    Organization. At left is George Bergmann. president of Century
    Village East and chairman of the Florida Builders and De-
    velopers Council, who was chairman of the dinner.
    JCC Camps Accepting Registration
    The JCC'S South Dade Sum-
    mer ("amp Program, for children
    ages 3 12. is accepting applica-
    tions for participation.
    The camp, on 17 acres, includes
    swimming facilities, features
    sports, music, arts and crafts,
    and Jewish traditions and
    culture.
    The Camp Shelanu Summer
    Beth Tov Sisterhood
    The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
    Tov will hold a Donor luncheon at
    the Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday,
    Camp Program at the Michael -
    Ann Russell Jewish Community
    Center is now accepting applica-
    tions on a waiting list basis
    only.
    Openings are still available,
    however, for the Creative Arts
    Camp (grades 7 9) and the
    Sports Camp (coed, ages 10-15)
    at the Michael Ann Russell
    JCC.
    To Hold Donor Event
    May 22, at 1:30 p.m.
    Cecile Prisand is chairman and
    Minnie Schaller is cochairman
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    ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
    IN ASSOCIATION WITH
    Pioneer Women Council
    Of South Florida
    Takes great pleasure in inviting you to its
    Annual Women's Day Luncheon
    Celebrating the 10th Anniversary
    Of the Reunification Of Jerusalem
    Thursday, May 26th, 12 Noon
    Hotel Fontainebleau
    GUEST ARTIST
    EMIL COHEN
    GREETINGS
    DR. SOL STEIN
    National President IHF
    Rita E. Hauser
    Former Member of the
    U.S. Delegation to the
    United Nations
    MRS. HERBERT S.SHAPIRO
    Chairman, IHF Women's Day
    Couvert: $7 per person
    MUSICAL TRIBUTE
    LOISYAVNIELI
    Soprano Soloist
    SHMUELFERSHKO
    at the piano
    MRS. HARRIET GREEN
    President, Pioneer Women
    Gentlemen Welcome
    For Reservations, Call 531-8702
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    The Festival of Shavuot
    By Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
    There is a very strange passage
    in the Talmud (Sab. 88a)
    regarding the events leading up
    to the giving of the Ten Com-
    mandments at Mt. Sinai. The
    rabbis speak of the reluctance on
    the part of many nations to
    accept the Torah. The nations of
    the world refused to accept the
    Ten Commandments because
    they did not want to renounce
    murder, envy, idolatry and such
    other laws which would have
    meant a change in their ways of
    life. Even among the eman-
    cipated Israelites there were
    many who were not overly
    anxious to -assume the obli-
    gations of the Commandments.
    There was only one alternative
    God "forced" the command-
    ments upon our forefathers. Say
    the rabbis, "The Holy One,
    blessed be He, tilted the
    mountain over them like a bowl
    and said to them If you accept
    the Torah it is well; if not, there
    shall be your sepulcher.'
    There is more to this statement
    than the mere fact that "God
    just wanted to get rid of the Ten
    Commandments." The statement
    infers that the acceptance of the
    moral law is not subject to whim.
    that one can take it or leave it.
    The acceptance of the moral law
    is an inescapable mandate of con-
    science; that the moral law Is a
    voice that cannot be silenced; the
    moral law cannot be rejected and
    that it must be accepted. For life
    to have any meaning, tor lite to
    leave earth-bound limitations and
    to reach greater heights, it must
    be lived in accordance with moral
    laws.
    BY ACCEPTANCE the Ten
    Commandments. Israel l>ecame
    the Priest people to mankind and
    consecrated itself to serve as
    Gods, champions of righteous-
    ness, truth and justice. For
    thirty-five hundred years the
    Jewish people have served as the
    Champions of God in a hostile
    world which knew not and which
    still does not know the law of
    Holiness. What price our people
    have paid in order to disseminate
    the spiritual truths, designed to
    illumine various civilizations
    under which man lived.
    Our people are called servants
    of the Lord" because we have
    Ix'en God's chief instrument in
    the Divine plan for the survival of
    mankind. By celebrating the
    festival of Shavuot, we Jews
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    John Davis, Jr., Owner, Manager
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    4906 North Kendall Drive Phone 661-0500
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    Phone 661-9201
    Happy Shavuoth To All
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    364 I Grand Avenue Coconut Grove
    Phone: 443-1445
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    HAV-A-TAMPA CORP.
    3580 NW 119 St., Miami 33167 Phone: 685-63
    Fort Lauderdale Serving Dade. Brow
    Phone: 463-1104 and Monroe Counties
    Sunny South Paint
    Company
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    Holiday Greetings
    2503 Coral Way 856-6730
    Packed Sanitation
    Company, Inc.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1171 SE 10 Avenue. Hialeah 885-8601
    China Maid Restaurai
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    9280 Bird Road 226-0331
    Happy Sheujuoth ToAU...
    MILLER CUT-RATE DRUGS
    You Never Pay More-When You Shop at Mi
    Drug Store VITAMIN' HEADQUARTEf
    PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Phone
    Powatowa.217 NE jgg A^..M 371-6731-371-j
    SINGER
    CLINICAL LABORATORIES
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    9R97 r \\7 "appy Snavuoth
    ili Coral Way Phone 443-8446
    \J$ VUl*Ki ***


    May 20.
    1977
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    ,-tav rededicate ourselves to the
    I task which was imposed on
    forebears on
    R
    that first
    JvJoTatMt. Sinai.
    This is the meaning of our
    ' Jgle to remain Jews and to
    un preserve our people and our
    3 it is a glorious respon-
    sbility L a- f
    [P^S ARE the guardians of
    .nkind The laws of the Ten
    Smandments are still not
    ccepted by the nat.ons of the
    Id t"da> There ls much
    Sence oft his refusal to accept
    God's moral law.
    When hundreds of thousands
    j, 0ur brethren in Russia are
    Lied freedom and are being
    persecuted: when many of our
    brethren in Russia are denied
    jobs; when their children are
    turned out of schools; when some
    of the brightest Jewish men and
    women are consigned to prisons
    and mental institutions God's
    moral laws are at a very low ebb.
    By helping them escape, we act
    as champions of God's moral law.
    When Jews from other
    countries, especially those under
    Arab denomination, appeal to us
    for help, and we respond by
    opening our hearts and our
    pocketbooks, we act as cham-
    pions of God's moral law.
    When we volunteer our time
    and our efforts to lift the level of
    human existence everywhere, we
    an- the t rue servants of the Lord.
    Best Wishes For
    A Happy Slia v hoHi
    Florida
    ity
    U87i
    South Dade Tax
    Accounting Inc.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1.(l If) South Dixie I Ugh way 253-40 If)
    945-336
    372NE lttiirri Street
    Style Site
    OPTICIANS
    Extends To The Entire
    Jewish Community A
    Very Happy Shavuoth
    N. Davis & Company,
    Jewelers
    310-312 Seybold Building
    38 NE 1st Street Phone 358-2485
    I Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Su Shin
    Japanese Restaurant
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Verx Happy Shavuoth
    3339 Virginia Street 448-1236
    Glamortop Fashions
    of Miami
    3495 NW 2nd Ave., Miami. Fla.-Phone 573-6655
    A Happy Shavuoth 'To All. .

    Gables Apothecary
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    479 Biltmore Way 448-1683
    French Jewelry, Inc
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Renee I)e Paris Inc. J. Ventura and Sons
    66(18 Collins Avenue-Miami Beach
    Phone 865-7631 or 865-0294
    Florida Smoked
    Fish Company
    111 NW 159th Drive Phone 625-5112
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    A Very Happy
    Shavuoth To All
    Gulf Electric
    Service, Inc.
    3529 NE 2nd Ave.. Miami. Fla.-Ph: 545-7369
    Contracting Repairing
    __________ Jack and Dick Jones_______^___
    MARGIT
    FROM COOPER'S RESTAURANT
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    6505 Bird Road Phone 661-9303
    Cypen Realty, Inc.
    MORTGAGE BROKERS REALTORS
    825 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
    534-4671
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Cloverleaf Tiles
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    16585 NW 2nd Avenue Phone 947-5767
    DECOR Inc.
    "We are anxious to buy com-
    ne antique p'
    rdiri ; ::
    Ph<
    Florida Physicians
    Apothecary
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    9580 Bird Road 226-4885
    Goodiews Delicatessen
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Happy Shavuoth
    1645 Washington Avenue 531-6215
    Robinson
    Galleries Inc.
    627 So. Miami Avenue Miami
    Phone 374-5713
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Twery's Importers
    576-0564 576-0565
    Shavuoth Greetings
    To The Jewish Community
    Casey Frigidaire
    Appliance Service
    And the LANCE FAMILY
    Wish You a Happy Shavuoth
    5924 SU 68th St.. Miami Phone 667-2516
    The Dolphins'
    Cove Inn
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    \ Very Happy Shavuoth
    85 Merrick Way "Phone: 442-9512
    Lee Pearlman of
    Lee Travel Service
    724 79 Si reel Causeway North Bay Village
    B66-9695
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Francis & Company
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Heart of the
    Artichoke
    Extends To The En tire Jewish
    Community A Very Happy Shavuoth
    33(H) Rice Street Phone 442-8131
    ARTISTIC BRONZE INC.
    Manufacturers of Quality Bronze Plaques
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    13867 NW 19th Avenue 681-4211
    Opa-Locka. Florida 33054
    Rae's Toys
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    5771 Bird Road Phone: 661-9994
    Middle East
    Restaurant
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1764 SW"3 Avenue 854-1168
    Higginbotham
    Tire Co.
    18I6
    Florida Lace & Braid
    Company, Inc.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Happy Shavuoth
    5K5-575 NW 24th St. 573-8020
    Fabulous Diamonds
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Happy Shavuoth
    655 NW 57 Avenue. Miami 2642772
    599 West 49 Street. Hialeah Hialeah 577-3360
    Best Wishes From .
    Kanes Masterbuilt
    Furniture Co.
    5851 NW 35th Avenue 633-0542
    Nathan Konigsberg, President______
    John F. Allison
    Wishes The Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Berkshire Life
    INSURANCE COMPANY
    100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Florida 33132
    Phone 373-6504
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Gulf Stream
    Card Company
    7801 NW 52nd Street. Miami Phone 592-0123
    Holiday Greetings______________
    Eddies Tailor Shop
    8250 NE 2 Ave.. Miami
    Phone 758-3932
    Happy Holiday
    Chicken Unlimited
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    9710 North Kendall Drive Phone: 279-2420
    Lucio'S A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Italian Restaurant
    Italian Specialties and Pizza
    Call for Take-Out and Deliveries
    3104 Coral Wav Phone 448 9163 or 448-3121
    Cape Codder
    620 NE 78th Street. Miami
    Phone: 751-9436
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Richard B. Berndt
    Insurance
    7211 SW 58th Ave. Phone: 661-4213
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Asti's Restaurant
    FINE ITALIAN CUISINE
    468 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach. Fla.
    For Reservations 534-2470
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Dunkin' Donuts
    535 Hialeah Drive 888-9.)


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    Friday, May 20
    Beach T.V.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1232 Normandy Drive 868-7498
    Free Estimates
    Mike Balzano's
    Italian Restaurant
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    250 NE 183rd Street 652-4303
    Desk Exchange
    New and Used Office Furniture
    2742 NW 35th Street Phone 634-4024
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE
    and STEAK HOUSE
    3590 NW 79th Street, Miami, Florida
    Phone 691-9899
    Rothchild's
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    921 Washington Avenue 534-9877
    Beautiful Pillows & Quilts
    Remodeling of Old Quilts Wool or Down
    Stobs Bros.
    Construction Co.
    J. ROBERT STOBS, SR.
    7010 NE 4th Court, Miami Phone 751-1692
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Compliments of
    HERBERT L. WEINERC.L.U.
    Insurance Consultant
    2600 Douglas Road, Coral Gables, Florida 33134
    Suite 710
    Phone 442-0333
    Back To The Garden
    Juice Bar & Natural Food Store
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    148 Giralda Avenue 446-2225
    Bijoux Terner
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    22 NW 1st Street Phone 373-6574
    Rikki's Studio Inc.
    Antiques
    2256 Coral Way Phone 856-6741
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Joe Avick & Sons
    217 NW 36th Street Phone 576-0570
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Dr. Earl Kahn
    Health Food Store
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    607 Washington Avenue Phone 532-3395
    McKinney
    Supply Company
    300 NE 71st Street, Miami, Florida
    Phone: 751-8543
    Happy Shavuoth To Our Patrons
    Primo's Pizza
    11030 West Flagler Street 552-9119
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Clock Restaurant
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    17181 South Dixie Highway Phone 253-5943
    Martin's
    GOLDEN TOUCH JEWELRY
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    36 NE 1 St., Seyboid Bldg., Suite 314-371-4912
    GREETINGS
    Martha's Flower Shop
    Our Wedding Work is Superb
    Flowers for All Occasions Art with Flowers
    "A Complete Floral Service"
    3921 Alton Road 538-5523
    MONTMARTRE HOTEL
    4775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 3314C
    Phone 532-1731
    Holiday Greetings from Mr. Harvey Wein\
    General Manager
    Seymour Dresner, Manager
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    PETES LAWN MOWER SERVICE
    Sharpening Factory Method
    Small Engine Repairs Rentals
    8195 NW 17th Ave. Phone 693-0221|
    Pete Testo, Owner
    Tangiers Motel
    VERY LOW RATES
    186th Street on Ocean Phone 932-12001
    Best Wishes for a Very Happy Holidax
    Mark Cross, Inc.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    9700 Collins Avenue Phone: 864-7837
    SANCHEZ
    BOAT REPAIR CORP.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    3787 NW 38 Street 635-8928
    Nature's Creations
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    12592 North Kendall Drive Phone: 595-5587
    Thomas and Sonsl
    Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration
    405 West 76 Street Hialeah. Florida 330l|
    Phone: 821-0266
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    The Best For Less
    Pool&
    Patio Furniture
    727 5th Street Phone: 672-3020
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    A Happy
    Shavuoth
    To All
    Sam's Pizza & Subi
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    7318 SW 57 Avenue 661-8365
    Portofino
    Ladies Fashions
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community^
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    3035 NW 40 Street 635-7534
    Miami Spray Co.
    1201 Opa-Locka Blvd., Opa-Locka. Florida I
    685-1521
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Kendall Radiator
    Works
    8711 SW 129 Terr., Miami 233-4554
    We Wish The Entire Community
    A Very Happy and Healthy Shavuoth
    Kim's Chinese
    Restaurant
    Lincoln Road at West Avenue 672-8822
    We Extend To Our Jewish Friends
    Best Wishes For A Happy Shavuoth
    Fred's Restaurant
    Supplies Co.
    "Save Dollars On Dishes"
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    731 North Miami Ave., Miami-Phone: 377-2148
    D'Angelo
    Plastering Co.
    2050 NE 151st St., N. Miami Beach 945-75.^
    Shavuoth Greetings to All. .
    Fine Potato
    Chip Co.
    3485 NW 65th St., Miami 691-0231
    Holiday Greetings to the Jewish Community
    Piercing Pagoda
    Palm Springs Mall
    Midway Mall
    And Soon at Omni
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Dadeland Mall
    Westland Mall
    Normandy Isle
    Decorating Center
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    ,,, o x, ery Happy Shavuoth
    1118 Normandy Drive 866-660?
    Paul's Carpet
    Warehouse
    31 NW 23rd Street Phone 573-7626
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Overholt
    Jewelers
    7220 Red Road Crossroad Building South Miami
    Phone
    665-2112
    Happy
    Shavuoth
    To All
    Reliatex, Inc.
    2201 NW 72 Avenue Miami, 33144
    Phone 592-3320
    Greetings to Our Jewish Friends
    FASHIKS FOOD
    EQUIPMENT ENTERPRISES
    26 NE 8 Street-371-9976
    701 N. Miami Avenue 371-2004
    123 NW 51 Street -754-0396
    ____Shavuoth Greetings To All


    !0-1l Friday. May 20,1977
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    Best Wishes To All For
    A Happy Shavouth
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    Best Wishes for a Happy Shavuoth
    I
    Harlee Farms
    Therapeutic Treatment for Thoroughbreds
    R.F.D. No. 1, Box 288X Delray Beach, Florida 33444
    305499-6357
    Mr. Harold Blanche extends best wishes
    to the Jewish Community in South Florida
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    Connie's
    Septic Tank Co., Inc.
    PHONE: 592-3495
    To All. Best Wishes for the Holiday
    Collins Amoco
    Service, Inc.
    "Free Car Wash with Fill-Up"
    1402 CoUins Ave., Miami Beach-Phone 538-1486
    Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Dade Underwriters
    Insurance Agency
    RALPH D. HOLLANDER
    901 NE 125th Street, North Miami 891-6300
    Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Superior Stamp &
    Seal Works
    613 NE 1st Avenue 374-1034
    Miami, Florida
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Key Biscayne
    Travel Service
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    638 Crandon Boulevard 361-3351_______
    A VERY HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL. .
    Merchants Bank
    Of Miami
    6600 S.W. 8 St.
    950 Red Road (S.W. 57th Ave., near the Trail)
    TELEPHONE 2661000
    Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
    Royal Palm
    Barber Shop
    Rossler Hair Styling
    414 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
    Phone: 531-9337
    A Happx Shavuoth To All
    Associated Artists, Inc.
    Art. Engineer and Drafting Supplies
    3832 NE 2 Avenue
    573-4472 379-0654
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Ocean Electric Co.
    741 5th St.. Miami Beach
    Phone 672-7233
    Happy Holiday to All
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Courtyard Inn
    2451 BRICKELL AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
    PHONE 858-5770
    Ray Smith
    Wishes All His Friends
    A Happy Holiday
    Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    BALDWIN
    Mortgage Co.
    BALDWIN
    Insurance Agency, Inc.
    PHONE: 374-8181 840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
    Twelve Caesars
    Resort Motel
    9449 Collins Avenue, Surf side, Florida 33154
    Phone 865-3551
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Dino's Fontana Di
    Trevi Restaurant
    FREE DELIVERY 912-71stSt. 864-2618
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. From
    HENRY & BEN KRAM
    Print-Rite Co.
    3072 NW 79th Street Phone 691-5452
    Faust Roofing Inc.
    All Types of Residential, Industrial
    and Commercial Roofs
    3030 SW 38th Ave.. Miami Phone: 445-5891
    Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Sparta Restaurant
    & Caterers
    Delicious Greek Food
    394 Giralda Avenue Phone:448-1551
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Superior Travel
    1346 Washington Avenue 673-5558
    Best Wishes for a Happy Shavuoth To All
    Earl V.Wilson Company
    Merchandise Brokers
    Mn mi-Jacksonville-Tampa-Orlando
    \tlanta arid Albany. Georgoa
    Holiday Greetings
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    . LEE'S
    Prescription Pharmacy
    DISCOUNT DRUG STORES-
    FREE DELIVERY
    7880 Coral Way-264-6222
    401 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables-448-1728
    2525 S.W. 3 Ave.-854-3625
    --------------5898 Sunset Drive-661-7651___
    Happy Shavuoth To All
    Southern
    Mortgage
    Associates
    1999 S.W. 27th Avenue. Miami
    Phone 856-8000
    Skylake Mall
    Barber Shop
    Extends To The Entire.Jewish Community
    A Very Happv Shavuoth
    1778 NE Miami Gardens Drive 947-2052
    Muffler King
    "The Complete Automotive Center"
    Auto Air-Conditioning
    602 NE 167th Street Phone 947-7601
    Holiday Greetings
    Howard Richman
    PHOTOGRAPHER
    1071 NE 79th Street. Miami
    751-5451
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Crandon Drugs, Inc.
    500 NE 191st St.. North Miami Beach. Florida
    PHONE: 652-1400
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Larry Marks sharu
    , ^ Greetings
    and Co.
    oth
    reetings To All.
    Manufacturers Distributors Wholesale
    Women's. Misses & Juniors' Dresses, Coats 541 NW 27 Street Phone:576-6587
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    BROOKS AMERICAN
    SPRINKLER COMPANY
    2430 NW. 79th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
    Phone 691-1182
    A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
    Trenouth A. Adams, Agent
    753 NE. 167th St.. N. Miami BmcK, Florida 33162
    State Farm Insurance
    Companies
    Home Offices: Noomington, Nlinoic
    Charles D'Este
    Licensed Hypnotist Stop Smoking. Drinking.
    Reduce Weight. Stop Smoking Over The
    Telephone. Guaranteed For Life. One Fee $25
    Total Price 90 Percent of Subjects Stop Smoking
    On First Visit -98 Percent Stop Smoking Over All
    Sessions Over 45 Years Experience
    1410 NW 119th Street
    Office 751-221 fi ^ Home 681-8717
    ___________A Very Happy Shavuoth___________
    Best Wishes at Shavuoth
    Jim's
    Standard Service
    Expertise Automotive
    Work... Tires. .Batteries
    101 North Federal Hwy.,
    Boynton Beach 33435
    732-3333


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    SntiAG ^.wisk Community
    Reliable
    Super Drugs
    ,170NE 123rdStreet ALAN HEILPERN
    21' ,,- u-,vi President
    ^.{iT \ven-Happy Sharuoth
    .-
    Newbauer Jewelers
    Extt nds To The Entire Jewish Community
    I Very Happy Shavuoth
    160East FlaglerStreet Phone: 374-4606
    Mr. and Mrs.
    Michael Finkle
    Holidav Greetings To The Jewish Community
    iisiimticttD
    mastp' ch*rqt*
    Happy Shavuoth
    Park Service Station, Inc,
    Complete Auto & Air Conditioning Service
    18240 West Dixie Highway
    North Miami Beach. Florida 33160
    Phone 931-3341
    931-9024
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Biscayne Cafeterias
    ^-
    Interiors by
    LONG'S
    A Happy Shavuoth To All
    Making Constant!) Available New and
    Better Products for your Office
    fidl North Miami Avenue
    "Five Customer Parking'
    60 SE 3rd Avenue
    iSHOSunsel Drive Miami. Florida33130
    Telephone: 377-1551
    Happy Shavuoth
    I. Brown Corp.
    4730 East 10th Lane, Hialeah 33013
    685-1576
    Best Wishes for a Peaceful
    r
    and Happy Shavuoth
    V
    WesHhester
    General Hospital
    2500 Southwest 75th Avenue,
    Miami 33155
    264-5252
    9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
    1917 Biscayne Blvd.
    758-5212
    576-1712
    Best wishes for a
    Happy and Healthy
    Shavuoth Holiday
    COUNCILMAN
    Dr. Leonard Haber
    and Family
    Happy Shavuoth
    A1-EQ Muffler
    & Brake Service
    Dependable A Fast Installation
    Lifetime Guarantee. .
    4197 North Dixie Hwy.,
    Pompano Beach 33064
    942-5483
    Happy Shavuoth
    McCune Company
    2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami 33133
    858-0535
    Best Wishes at
    Shavuoth
    WEDR-FM
    1437 N.W. 35th Street
    Miami 33142
    633*1487
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Park Knitting
    Mills Inc.
    3597 E. Court. Hialeah 33013
    693-0800
    A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
    Grove Furriers
    New Furs-Iiestyled. Repaired. Cleaned
    ;j 180 Commodore Plaza 444-2566
    Cold Storage
    Best Wishes for a Happy Shavuoth
    Lomar
    Boat Repair Corp.
    Repairs On All Size Boats
    3770 Northwest 80th Street,
    Miami 33147
    Happy Shavuoth
    Marwaf
    Industries Int.
    6950 Northwest 37th Court,
    Miami 33147 693-1341


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    Friday, May 20,1977^
    ^Best QMslieg ^o/t Jk Wappy Sliafuofji
    CONGRATULATIONS TO
    MENACHAM BEIGIN
    And LIKUD and to their
    tnends in South Florida
    ISADORE SOLKOFF
    Friends may telephone me
    221 6464
    RICH PHOTOS
    Extends To The Entire
    Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1600 West Flagler Street
    Phone 643-2U1
    18 S.W. 27 Avenue
    Phone 642-47 SO
    701 NW 42 Avenue
    LeJeune Road
    Phone: 6490800
    HAPPY SHAVTJOIH TO AIL .
    Rflfly
    Time
    TELEPHONE 6964521
    c M01 N.W. ftl* STMIT MIAMI, fLOWDA 33147
    ^1
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To All
    Sophisticated Dining in an Atmosphere
    of Elegance and Old World Charm
    Wr thop daily fol The lrmh.nl Iruitt and
    . rjjri jNe\ fafi, mm* .Jail> trnm the ocean.
    and vvc \.-r\ r >nlv Prime Berl
    For your enjoyment a fine pianist playing
    tunes of Europe on o>jr
    Stemway Grand
    Open Dailv eKcepI Sunda\
    Co. It tail* I turn 5pm- Dinner from h In II
    Ma |Of Irrdit i ardt Accepted
    YOUR HOSTS ALBERTO* JEFFERY
    1470 NW U>une Road Miami
    Phone 871-4944
    A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
    CERTIFIED POULTRY and E66 CO, Inc.
    .(A Subsidiary of Sun City Industries. Inc.)
    BILL WARSHAW t SAUL ZALKA
    Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
    tX WE WHOLESALE &
    BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY
    41 N.W. 10th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA Ph. 379-0675
    PAUL'S MOVING SERVICE
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    5894 S.W. 41 STREET
    661-1302
    Americana Tours
    World Wide Travel Specialists
    I'hone: 377-2758 For information, reservations,
    iiid tickets
    145 S.E. First Street. Miami. Florida 33131
    Happy Shavuoth From. .
    Oriental Bakery
    and Grocery Co.
    B,4KING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
    1754 S.W. 3rd Avenue,
    Phone 854-0501
    Happy Shavuoth from
    <.ltl I I l\.S isaiaii 5:1
    Coconut Grove Employment Agency
    DOMESTIC HELP
    GABLES S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
    PK0NE 444-1631
    103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
    Hours: 8AM to 3 P M. Monday thru Friday
    Very Happy Shavuoth To All
    A Happy Shavuoth To A
    WALLACHS -
    DICK
    RICHMOND
    Fine Men's Clothes
    201 E. Flagler Street
    300 Miracle Mile
    Coral Gables
    Pompano Fashion Square
    Dadeland
    Dale Carnegie
    Courses
    801 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami 33131
    374-8401
    Dr. John Seyfert Jr.
    400 Northeast 44th St.,
    Ft. Lauderdale 33308
    566-8601
    Happy Shavuoth
    Mac Bros. Plastering
    Dry waff Inc.
    8290 West 8th Avenue, Hialeah 33014
    823-4555


    lFriday.May20.1977
    Dade Pipe &
    Plumbing Supply
    975 NE 163rd St.. North Miami Beach
    PHONE: 949-0801
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    East Coast
    Scrap Metal
    3273 NW No. River Drive 634-7744
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    from
    The Euster Families
    Aly Handbags
    Extends To All
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    9907 NW 79th Avenue Hialeah Gardens
    822-7118
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Bresser's Cross-Index
    Telephone Directory
    National
    Title Company
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    151 SW 27 Avenue 642-6220______
    Pan-American
    Exterminating Co.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    275 SW 6 Street 854-5110______
    Professional Arts
    Pharmacy
    1150 NW 14 Street PHONE 324-0803
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Peter M. Lopez
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Truly Nolen
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    Le Joint Restaurant
    at Miamarina Shat"*ToAu
    301 NE Miamarina Parkway, Miami 371-6435
    Dancing Live Entertainment
    __________Banquet Facilities for 600___________
    SUN POOLS
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    9715 South Dixie Highway 665-1629
    Nobewood
    Furniture
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    4975 East 10 Avenue 688-6331
    *Jenii /forid/an
    Pagell-C **
    A happy Shavuoth to M
    Hearne Electric
    Serving North Dade Area
    Repairs Rewiring New Work
    14801 NE 20th Avenue, North Miami Beach
    PHONE 947-0375
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Poodles & Terriers
    By Renee & Lilo
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    1675 NE 123 Street 891-1117
    Republic
    National Bank
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    10 NW Le Jeune Road 446-1931
    Edvito Signs
    Truck Walls Gold Leaf
    90 NW 54th Street. Miami Phone 758-7025
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    ENVIRKO HEATING
    AND COOLING
    Central Air Conditioning
    Sales Service Installation Commercial
    Residential 1990 NE 149 St. 945-1167
    Oscar Awnings
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    12147 NW 7 Avenue 681-2762
    GREEN DOLPHIN RESTAURANT
    AT MIAMARINA
    'A Seafood Restaurant So Dramatic That
    Miami Built A Marina Around It"
    301 NE Miamarina Parkway, Miami
    Phone: 371-6433
    Doug Stewart,
    Realtor
    8433 SW 132nd Street, Miami-Phone 233-7171
    Shavuoth Greetings .
    China Inn
    Restaurant
    14255 NW 7th Avenue North Miami
    Phone: 681-0012
    Happy Shavuoth To All______
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Serbin Fashions
    Skagseth-Bryant Inc.
    925 West Flagler Street, Miami
    Phone 545-8500
    Holiday Greetings .
    Tiefenbach's
    Quality Bakery
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    772 NW 183 Street _________652-6548
    Lear School
    11211 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Florida
    Phone 893-5351
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Ling Nam Restaurant
    The Best Chinese Food In Town
    2261 SW 67 Avenue Phone: 261-0693
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Ace Reliable
    Auto Leasing
    SAMUEL FEINGOLD
    1031 5th Street, Miami Beach
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    673-0421
    Hair Unlimited
    4869 NW 36th Street-Miami Springs
    Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. 5:30 p.m.
    Sat. 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
    Phone 885-7756
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    D.T.C. Tool Corp
    2777 NW 54th Street Miami
    Phone 633-9081
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Amber Oil
    Corporation
    1861 Bay Rd., Miami Beach Phone 538-4611
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    STEPHEN KRA VITZ ALLEN SUPLER
    Apple Annie's
    Greenhouse ->
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    On the corner of West Dixie Highway and 150th St
    Milton Medical
    & Drugs Co.
    1674 Meridian Avenue 531-6436
    Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Leonard S. Stern
    Plumbing Co. Happy$fi$*
    3666 Coral Way (Opposite Sears) Miami, Florida
    Complete Septic Tank Service
    Phone: 445-1345 24 Hour Service
    Amoco of Perrine
    Accessories Tires Batteries Tow Service &
    Repairs
    18005 Dixie Highway, Perrine, Florida-233-7756
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Flagler Insurance
    Agency, Inc. Phone: 751-8613
    151 NW 79th Street, Miami
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    DONALD KAPLAN MARVIN HAVEN
    Sanitary Linen
    Service Co.
    Expresses Sincere Wishes For
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    253 NW 22nd Lane 573-2510
    W. L. Nass & Son Inc
    Commercial Appliances, Parts and Service
    6801 NW 25 Avenue Phone: 696-5231
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    Phone: 893-58151
    &aj timgallen/
    XX assoc|ates,
    f \f\ INC. Extends To The Entire Jewish
    Community1 A Very Happy
    Shavuoth
    1125 NE 125th Street North Miami. Florida


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    Friday, May 20,1977
    Ethel Blum for
    The Total
    Traveler
    Q We're planning a trip to
    England and trying to figure
    i / the whole thing will
    i i us We will be staying
    >h relatives in Scotland.
    ml will be making short
    excursions to see London.
    i. Figuring $1,000 for air
    fare, should $50-$75 a day be
    enough for spending money''
    A. Depends on your
    spending habits, but let's
    start at the beginning.
    Assuming that you will
    spend 22 to 45 days in the
    U.K.. your per person fare
    should run under $600 and
    could he less if you travel off-
    t he-high-season, purchase an
    excursion or APEX (advance
    purchase required) ticket. As
    for the per day costs, if you
    travel by Britrail Pass and
    select modest accomodations
    and restaurants, your per
    diem costs in London should
    match your estimates, but
    you'll be spending less in
    mailer communities. I'm
    sure your Scotch relatives
    will offer lots of suggestions
    re the economy route
    through the U.K.
    Q. My fiance and I would
    like to spend our honeymoon
    ' in Florida, preferably
    Orlando or Daytona Beach.
    Any addresses you may have
    for hotels, attractions or
    good honeymoon spots
    would be appieciated We
    nerd your prompt attention.
    A. 1 don t mind a little fun
    bul von must be putting mr
    on! answered >our inquii)
    with Iota of info about hotels
    ai mil Orlando and Daytona
    ami then discovered that
    your return address in
    dilated you and your fiance
    an students at the
    University of Florida which
    happens to he within 100
    miles ol both Orlando and
    Daytona
    Ami knowing students at
    the I1 ot K as well as I do
    (my son is a senior), you're
    asking for information about
    un ao a you must know
    better ihan I do. My sources
    tell me your classmate-
    spend their fret time ex
    nloring every nook i
    oinerol Central Florida tin
    i lie sim hores arounn
    Daytona.
    11 you are not putting ni
    on. wh\ would you want \>
    honeymoon in vour own
    backyard'.' So how aboui
    answering vour ow
    questions and furnishing mi
    with a list of good
    "honeymoon" spots around
    Orlando and Daytona'.' I'm
    sure our reader-- would like tc
    share inside info alxiut oft
    the-beaten track
    hotels motels in that
    popular part of the state.
    I I
    Q Last fall I was booked
    for seven days at a nice hotel
    in Hong Kong as part <>/ an
    itinerary that inclwied
    Taiwan and the Philippines.
    I checked into the hotel on
    Oct. 27 and, by mistake I
    noted that 1 would check mil
    on Nov. 2 although I W(i*
    paid up in advance througi
    Nov. .?. When I discovered
    mx mistake. I notified thi
    Heservations Manager who
    told me the hotel was fully
    booked and I would have to
    Best Insurance
    ency, Ltd.
    Extends To The
    AgenCV, Ltd. Entire Jewish
    Community A Very
    350 Lincoln Road Phone: 538-4647 Happy
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139 Shavuuth
    Sutton Optical Service
    1660 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
    Phone 534-0539
    Holiday Greetings
    To The Entire,Jewish Community
    check out on the 2nd. So I
    did and asked for the dif-
    ference due me on the
    oucher which I had
    presented for seven nights,
    although I only stayed six
    nights.
    I was told by the hotel
    that they "were dealing only
    with my travel agent" and 1
    would have to contact him
    when I returned to the U.S.
    That's what I did. I wrote to
    him immediately, but I
    haven't heard a word. What
    recourse do I have' Ami.
    who is responsible for
    refunding the money?
    Should I write to the hotel,
    the Hong Hong Tourist
    Association, ASTA or the
    Federal Trade Commission!
    \ Why not try talking to
    the travel agent? Kven
    though you are in different
    cities, it's worth a phone call.
    Here's how refunds of this
    type usually work. Your
    travel agent writes the hotel
    and requests the refund. The
    hotel, when they get around
    to it, sends the refund to the
    travel agent. The t.a.
    deposits the refund to his
    own account since the check
    is payable to him (or her) and
    then writes a check for the
    amount in question to you.
    With the mails as slow as
    they are domestically,
    imagine how long it takes for
    letters to go back and forth
    across the Pacific. Since the
    hotel advised you that your
    room was not available for
    the night in question, there's .
    little doubt in my mind your
    money will be coming
    might be by slow boat but
    it's coming. I don't think any
    of the agencies you mention
    will be able to do one-tenth
    as much as your own travel
    agent in hastening your
    refund.
    (io a travel question'1 Send
    it to The Total Traveler, c o
    The Jewish Floridian. P.O.
    Box 01297:). Miami, Fla.
    33101. General interest
    questions will be answered in
    this column. Only letters
    with a self addressed
    stamped envelope will be
    answered personally Allow 1
    loti weeks for a reply
    Blinzes
    By NORMA BARACH
    The holiday of Shavuot is upon us and one traditionally thinks of
    dairy meals. Blintzes as a side dish or dessert are a perennial favorite:
    BATTER:
    3 eggs
    14 tsp. salt
    Va cup milk
    ' cup flour
    Mix together everything well. Batter should be loose; a few table-
    spoons of water can be added as needed. Heat a 6- or 7-inch teflon or T-
    fal skillet which has been slightly oiled. Pour enough batter to form
    thin coat on bottom of pan: tilt pan to even it out Cook about one
    minute or until top of the blintz hatter is dry, Turn out on a clean
    towel. Do not stack until cool. (When the blintz batter is ready, it
    comes right out of the pan when it is turned over )
    FILLING:
    1 lb. farmer cheese
    -I oz. cream cheese
    1 tblsp. sour cream
    2 tblsps. sugar
    1 egg
    Mix ingredients together well. Place about one tablespoon of
    mixture near top of blintz leaf (the browned side up) and fold sides in,
    top down, and roll like a jelly roll. Brown in hot butter. Serve with sour
    cream or applesauce.
    Spring Garden Vegetables
    ' i cup butter or margarine
    1-
    lbs. summer squash, sliced
    medium green pepper, diced
    hunch scallions, sliced
    medium tomato*is, peeled and diced
    tsp. sugar
    tsp. salt
    1 tsp pepper
    1 cup thin sliced celery
    In a large heavy skillet, saute squash, pepper, scallions and celery
    in the butter or margarine until onion is tender Add tomatoes and
    seasoning; cook until vegetables are tender. Serves 6.
    Matzoh Brie
    2 eggs
    1 tsp. salt
    2 mat/ohs
    dash cinnamon
    ' cup milk (optional)
    So.ik matzohs in water until soli, drain Beat eggs, --all. milk and
    cinnamon. Add mat/oh-, mix. turn into nulled lai in well-heated
    frying pan. Cook on moderate heat ten minute--, until brown Turn,
    brown :t minutes. Serve plain or with sugar and cinnamon.
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    General Mica Corp.
    Showroom 3850 N. Miami Avenue 576-0938
    Factory 1850 NE 144 Street 949-7247
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Youngblood
    Roofing Co.
    1085 NW 36th Street 635-2501
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Adams Rib Bar BQ
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    5604 Sunset Drive 666-3325
    2200 NE 123 Street 895-2410
    TYE
    HAIR STYLIST
    92S WEST 39 STREET
    MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 33140
    _______TEL 534-4246_______
    MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL k/il
    Bernard Litman &
    ADuPon
    ssociates Miami, i 4900
    Compliments of Jerry Metz
    J & B Auto Wreckers
    949-2277
    2065 NE 151st St. North Miami Beach
    Taste Buds
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    2211 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Phone: 448-9624
    ZELICK'S
    TOBACCO CORP.
    326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
    Phone 538-1544
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    BOB WHITES BOWLING PRO SHOP
    & BILLIARD SUPPLIES
    Measuring Specialists-Trophies and Shirts
    1227 NE 2nd Ave. Phone: 374-0642
    9275 Bird Road Bird Bowl
    A Happy Shavuoth^To All
    Barber Lumber Co. Inc
    901 NW 71st Street. Miami, Fla.
    Phone: 836-3641
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Dave's Greyhound
    Supplies
    Extends To The Entire .lavish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuuth
    261K West 3rd Avenue. Hialeah-Phone S88-0874
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO.. INC.
    Mortgage Loan Department
    Suite 303 2780 SW Douglas Road
    Miami. Florida 33133 Telephone 443-4671
    Stanley Furniture
    Fine Decorators, Inc.
    1051 NW 3rd Street, Hallandale, Florida
    Phone 944-8400
    ________Shavuoth Greetings To All. .
    Keyes City
    Insurance Agency Inc.
    ouglas R
    ........ havuoth -
    Cochran's Wallcovering
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    Holiday Greetings
    8527 SW 136 Street 253-1622
    Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Community
    BISCAYNE CHEMICAL
    LABORATORIES. INC.
    Industrial Chemicals. Laundry. Drv Cleaning,
    Janitor Supplies and Equipment, Laboratory
    Supplies and Chemicals Phone: 324-1133'
    ________1215 NW 7th Avenue. Miami 33136
    Howard Ayares
    Chrysler-Plymouth Inc.
    NEW AND USED CARS
    10943 South Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
    ._________A Happy Shavuoth To All.
    CANTOR and MRS.
    SEYMOUR HINKES and CHILDREN
    DAVID ELLIOTT. ROBERTA
    ' tnd BEATRICE
    Wish Their Relativ Hs


    "ay 20,197/
    U>m I ntrilitr
    Best Wishes For
    A Happy Shavuoth
    Archie's
    STANDARD OIL STATION
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    4 Very Happv Shavuoth
    9001 SW 152 Street 235-9672
    Westchester Pool
    Service, Inc.
    Coral Way Phone: 261-7462
    \ Very Happy Shavuoth
    To The Entire Jewish Comm unity
    Captain John Callan
    of the HELEN C.
    16375Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 917-4081
    Happv Holiday .
    Irwin's Jewelers
    Happj Shavuoth To Ml .
    17 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
    Phone 531-5198
    Luigi's of
    Miami Beach Restaurant
    15 Washington Avenue Phone 672-8002
    \ Happy Shavuoth To All.
    Open House
    /.'.,, rub To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Ver\ Happy Shavuoth
    17813 Biscayne Boulevard Phone: 931-0808
    "Eoberts TV
    Zenith Dealer
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happv Shavuoth
    8985 Biscayne Boulevard 759-5794 759-5795
    "~.l Happy Shavuoth To All.
    SHERMAN BAUMRIND &
    MILTON EHRENREICH
    BANCROFT HOTEL & MOTEL APTS.
    1501 Collins Avenue Phone 531-5751
    WHITEHOl'SE HOTEL
    1451 Ocean Drive Phone 531-6483______
    Kravit Jewelers
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    \ Very Happv Shavuoth
    Sage Pla/a Broward: 456-6360
    S00 E. Hallandale Reach Blvd. Dade: 949-9943
    Interiors By
    Dale E. Weidman, Inc.
    /;., \ Very Happv Shaiuoth
    To The Entire.lei, ish Community
    '.iiiiii \ Miami Vvenue
    759-4971
    Pet & Hobby Den
    :xtends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    8369 Bird Road Phone 226-3645
    Westchester
    Cleaners
    Westchester Shopping Plaza
    8687 (Oral Way, Miami, Florida Phone 264 77:i:i
    Happy Shavuoth To All___________
    Chez Vendome
    Restaurant
    700 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables
    Phone 443-4646 A Happy Shavuoth To All.
    Mr. and Mrs.
    Sidney Wasserman
    Extend To The Enl ire Jewish Community
    \ \ erj Happy Shavuoth
    Medical Arts Drugs
    Holiday Greetings
    836 NW 18:1 Street Phone 652-5340
    Monaco Lounge
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To All
    17501 Collins A venue Phone 932-2100
    HORATIO'S
    OF COCONUT GROVE HOTEL
    Extends To The Entire Community
    Shavuoth Greetings
    2649 South Bay shore Drive 858-2500
    Biscayne Furniture
    Mfg. Co.
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    100 NE 28th Street Phone: 573-0540
    Seminole Tile Co.
    13305 SW 88th Avenue
    Shavuoth Greetings to our Jewish Friends from
    STANLEY BORNSTEIN
    JOE GUTHRIE AND SON REPAIR SHOP
    General Automotive Repairing "Since 1922"
    "Our Work Is As Good As The Best''
    3828 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone 576- 0096
    ___________A Happy Shavuoth To All _--------------1
    Golden Buddha
    Chinese Restaurant
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    12395 Biscayne Blvd. 891-3399
    Jack's
    Carpenter Shop
    7251N.E.2Ave.-759-1218
    Happy and Healthy Shavuoth To All
    The Turf Pub
    Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
    A Very Happy Shavuoth
    22 Ocean Drive Phone: 672-3182
    Atlas Hotel
    Extends To The Jewish Community
    Shavuoth Greetings
    426 Meridan Avenue 672-9065
    TNT Chemicals, Inc.
    Manufacturers of Household iMectiridea
    7301NW77thStreet.Mhuni Phone 8877445
    Shavuoth Greetings
    Howard Johnson's
    MOTOR LODGE
    East End of Airport X way
    4000 Alton Rd. Miami Beach Phone 532-4411
    Happy Shavuoth To All. _________
    Hilcraft Inc.
    Creators of Award W inning
    Steel-Die Engraved Stationery-
    Business- I ndust ry-Banks-H ot els-Professions
    116 N.E. 6th St.. Phone 377-8621
    Best Wishes for a Happy Shavuoth_____
    D'Andrea s Roma
    Italian American Restaurant
    Open For Lunch Tuesday thru Friday
    4612 Le Jeune Road Phone: 666-0856
    A Happv Shavuoth To All
    L Plumbing Etc.
    4700 S.W. 72nd Ave., 661-5063
    10 per eent discount on All Bathroom and
    Kitchen Accessories With This Ad.
    A Happv Shavuoth To All _____
    Chase Savers
    Insurance Corp.
    - urn NE 2 Avenue 754-2622
    A Happv Shaiuoth To All. .
    Rex Carpet
    Kxtends To The Entire Jewish Community
    Holiday Greetings
    3458 N.W 7Street 264-4534
    Union Optical
    Service, Inc.
    67 NE 2nd Street Phone 379-9682
    Miami. Florida
    A Very Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    Lila's Restaurant
    French Fries and Steak-Cuban Food. too. Monday
    thruThursdav-H A.M. to 10 P.M. Friday
    Saturday, and Sunday 11 A.M. to 10:30 P.M.
    2290 S.W. 8 Street Phone: 642-9020
    A Happy Shavuoth To All ,_______m
    Carmen
    Beauty Salon phone
    1604 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 634-2900
    A Happy Shavuoth To All ______
    Baby Borrow
    Rentals only-Juvenile Furniture and
    Roll-A-Way Beds
    19077 West Dixie Hwy., No. Miami Beach
    Phone 931-1772 A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
    B S P, INC.
    Bill Schaefer, Printers & Lithographers
    Shavuoth Greetings To All
    2333 N.W. 7th Place, Miami-Phone 634-6231
    Carm el Bakery
    - RETAIL KOSHER -
    847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
    Phone 538-7592
    Turk Painting
    Company H*py shavuoth to au
    I 260 NW 199th Street, Miami, Florida -
    Phone 662-8432
    Enness Garment
    Co.. Inc.
    Enness Garment Bldg., 221 NW 1st Court Miami
    Phone 373-1257
    A Happy Shavuoth To All. .
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    Friday, May 20,1977
    P.
    'Notice to Proceed'
    For Beach Restoration
    The largest beach restoration
    project ever undertaken in the
    world was started officially with
    the ceremonial opening of a huge
    valve at 11 a.m.. Monday. at 87th
    Terrace and the Atlantic Ocean.
    Gold sands, washed out to sea
    through decades of erosion and
    man's mismanagement, will then
    be pumped back to land as
    Metropolitan Dade County's
    massive 10.6 mile "recreation"
    of its ;?00 foot wide public
    oceanfront beach becomes the^
    tourist attraction it once was.
    AWARD OF the $5.7 million
    "first phase" contract for 2.8
    miles went to Great Lakes
    Dredge and Dock Company,
    which was low bidder by more
    than$l million.
    The "notice to proceed" to
    Great Lakes from the U.S. Corps
    of Army Engineers was issued
    Apr. 13 and allows 30 days for
    final paperwork, and the start of
    operations. Great Lakes has been
    assembling some equipment
    locally for some time.
    Metropolitan Dade County
    Commissioner Harvey Huvin.
    who has applied the mam thrust
    behind the project, is elated at its
    finally becoming a reality.
    Federal, state, county, municipal
    and civic leaders attended the
    May 16 ceremony.
    "THE FIRST phase work is
    expected to be completed very
    quickly in about two or three
    months if everything goes well,"
    Ruvinsaid.
    "But this is only the begin-
    ning. We still must get future
    funds allocated in both the
    Federal and state level budgets
    to finish the job in years to come.
    So it's too early to sit back and
    relax there's still a lot of work
    ahead of us," he added.
    The "reality" is developing
    more than a decade after it was
    first suggested. Part of Metro's
    1972 "Decade of Progress" bond
    program, voters approved the
    beach restoration which was
    included in the S7.r>.H million
    Recreation Facilities portion ot
    the issue
    THE PROJECT technically is
    called the "Beach Erosion
    Control and Hurricane Protection
    Project." Part of the three million
    cubic yards of pumped up sand
    needed for this phase will Ix.- used
    to create a two and one half to
    three foot dune, to be planted
    with typical oceanside vege-
    tation, such as seagrape "trees."
    The dune, hopefully, will help
    protect oceanfront properties
    from disastrous flooding such as
    caused by 1964s "Cleo" and '65's
    "Betsy."
    The new public beach, which
    actually will average 285 feet in
    width, will be an even greater
    tourist lure when completed than
    it ever was. This is because
    fencing or private property re-
    strictions will not be permitted.
    Nazi War Criminal Trial Opens
    by HENRIETTE BOAS
    AMSTERDAM -
    (JTA) The trial of Nazi
    war criminal, Pieter
    Menten, which opened in
    magistrate's court here, is
    expected to last at least a
    year.
    Nearly 100 witnesses
    from eight countries are
    scheduled to testify but
    those from the Soviet
    Union and Poland will not
    be available before October.
    The initial phase of the trial
    will consist of six sessions
    held on Mondays, Wednes-
    days and Fridays during
    the next 14 days. The court
    will then adjourn until late
    summer or early fall.
    MENTEN, 77, a millionaire
    Dutch art dealer, was formally
    charged with having killed or
    having ordered the killings of
    more than 200 Polish citizens,
    mostly Jews, in the Lemberg area
    of Galicia in July and August,
    1941, when he allegedly served as
    an SS officer.
    The charges, read by Public
    Prosecutor Frans Habermahl,
    said the killings took place on
    July 7 and Aug. 27, 1941, in the
    Ukrainian villages of Podgorotsy
    and Urich which were then Polish
    Territory.
    The charge sheet said that on
    the earlier date 20 to 30 persons
    were killed directly or on orders
    from Menten and on the later
    date, 230, mostly Jews, were
    killed.
    It accused Menten of having
    solicited these killings by gifts or
    promises or abuse of authority or
    . giving information leading to the
    identification of the victims. The
    charge sheet named 19 victims,
    including several families.
    The first prosecution witnesses
    to take the stand were Haviv
    Kanaan. an Israeli journalist
    whose articles over the past year
    were credited with having ex-
    posed Menten's Nazi past, and
    his cousin, Minna Cygelsreich of
    Tel Aviv.
    THE COURT also heard from
    Johan Van Den Leeuw, of the
    Netherlands State Institute for
    War Documentation, who
    described the ethnic composition
    in Galicia before and after the
    outbreak of World War II and
    the activities of the various
    "Einsatztruppen" and "Einsatz-
    commando" (special commando
    troops) which operated in the
    Lemberg area under the com-
    mand of Oberfuehrer Erich
    Schoengarth.
    Testimony was also taken from
    two Dutch police officers who
    have been in charge of the
    Menten case since last summer.
    The tribunal hearing the case
    consists of Johan A. Schroeder,
    president of the court, and Hen-
    drik Baron Van Imhoff and
    Gerda Van Erp Taalman Kip,
    judges. A relief judge and relief
    prosecutor have been appointed
    because of the anticipated ex-
    tended duration of the trial.
    THE DEFENSE lawyer is
    Louis Van Heyningen who is
    reportedly still preparing
    Menten's case. He has reduced
    the number of defense witnesses
    from 81 to 40.
    Meanwhile, the Amsterdam
    daily,De Telegraaf. has published
    what it says will be the line taken
    by the defense, a disclosure
    considered unusual inasmuch as
    the articles by reporter Hend De
    Mari appeared before the trial
    began.
    According to the writer,
    Menten will claim that he was
    friendly to Jevs and helped them
    even at the risk of his own life.
    The defense will also attempt
    to discredit the prosecution
    witnesses by alleging that their
    testimony is contradictory.
    Menten is also said to have alibis
    for the dates on which the killings
    occurred.
    AN ADDITIONAL feature of
    the trial will be a report now
    being prepared by an historical
    commission headed by Prof. Ivo
    Schoeffer. It has been entrusted
    by the Dutch government to
    investigate the conduct of the
    Menten affair by Dutch
    authorities between 1945-1976
    and particularly to determine if
    political influences contributed to
    the very light sentence pro-
    nounced on Menten in 1951 for
    collaboration with the enemy.
    The commission was installed
    in January and will need at least
    another year to complete its
    research.
    Menten fled Holland on Nov.
    15, 1976, one day before police
    called at his luxury villa at
    Blaricum with an arrest warrant
    for questioning on his war-time
    activities. He is believed to have
    been tipped off that his arrest
    was imminent.
    He was apprehended by Swiss
    police near Zurich on Dec. 6 and
    returned to The Netherlands on
    condition that he would not be
    extradited to a third country for
    trial. A preliminary hearing was
    held here Apr. 3. If found guilty,
    Menten would face a maximum
    sentence of life imprisonment.
    ADL Had Good Reasons
    For Not Informing Public
    By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
    NEW YORK (JTA) -
    Irwin Suall, director of the Do-
    mestic Fact-Finding Department
    of the B'nai B'rith Anti-
    Defamation League, told the
    Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
    the ADL had "good, sound
    reasons" for not informing the
    Jewish community in Far Rocka-
    way in advance of its investi-
    gation which disclosed that a Ku
    Klux Klan chapter was active in
    the Rockaways.
    Suall, who headed the in-
    vestigation, was responding to
    sharp criticism by the leaders
    of the predominantly Orthodox,
    middle-class Jewish community
    in Far Rockaway that the ADL
    failed to consult with them and
    that they were "taken by sur-
    prise" by the disclosure.
    SUALL SAID he "understood
    perfectly" the feelings in the
    community.
    But he explained that if the
    ADL had gone to the communLv
    first it would have jeopardized its
    probe of the racist KKK in the
    Rockaways which, he said, is
    only part of a national roundup of
    Klan activities now being pre-
    pared by the ADL.
    Suall said the local community
    would have asked for a discussion
    of the effects of the disclosure on
    the reputation of the Rockaways
    and would have debated whether
    or not it should be made public.
    SUALL SAID the ADL and
    the Far Rockaway community
    looked at the issue from different
    points of view. The community is
    understandably anxious to
    preserve itself and stem the flight
    of Jews to other areas.
    The ADL, Suall said, is pri-
    marily concerned with exposing
    anti-Semitic organizations such
    as the Klan. He said it was to the
    benefit of the Jewish community
    that they were made aware of the
    existence of a Klan chapter in
    their vicinity.
    This is what the oceanfront "beach" in Metropolitan Dade
    County looks like at high tide today. Note the many barriers
    and groins, which erected for privacy, helped cause the com-
    plete depletion of sand.
    Do You Know?
    This quiz is part of a series taken from one of the various
    courses offered by the American Jewish Committee's Academy
    for Jewish Studies Without Walls. For information about course
    availability, contact the local AJC office at Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation Building.
    FOUNDATIONS OF JUDAISM
    Indicate the correct answer in the blank space:
    I The term Shekhinah means a) the house of God: b) a
    Sefirah otherwise called Malkhut: c) the concealed part of God:
    ell (lod's infinity,
    - Transcendence and Immanence a) are ideas which are
    l.ilii additions to the Jewish notion of God: 1)1 are part of the
    idea ol pantheism; cl are part of the idea of deism, dl make
    possible the notions of God's revelation of His will and His
    provident ial care for t he world.
    3. Ilalakha is al the legendary aspect of Judaism: b) a
    series of primitive taboos; c) one of the minor prophets; dl tin-
    legal aspect of Judaism.
    I. Mordecai Kaplan is the founder of al the theological
    approach to mitzvot; b) a school which looks upon the mitzvot
    as "folk-ways"; c| the historical school; dl fundamentalism.
    5. Jewish ethics al has nothing to do with God's will: hi
    opens up a new dimension of relationship with God; cl is a
    derivative of what is currently accepted as good behavior; d)
    applies the categories of Greek ethics to Torah as Maimomdes
    did
    (>. According to N'ahmanides al worship has an automatic
    effect on God: bl God needs human worship: cl worship is for
    the sake of man: dl worship can refine man's character.
    7. Which of the following types of prayer is absent in
    Judaism? a) penitential prayer: b) prayers of incantation; cl
    prayers of adoration; dl thanksgiving prayers.
    H. The rabbis used the term avodah tank to refer to al the
    employment of illegal labor; bl temple worship: cl tax collec-
    tors; dl paganism.
    9. The seven precepts of the sons of Noah include: a I the
    right to work; bl the prohibition of blasphemy; cl the mandate
    ol conversion: d) the affixing of a mezzuzah on one's doorpost.
    10. All the medieval Jewish thinkers considered Islam and
    Christianity to be a) true; b) false; cl partly true and partly
    false; til utter nonsense.
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    SH3MSNV
    Israel-U.S. Overseas Telephone
    Charges Reduced with TELEPLAN
    NEW YORK Calling home
    from Israel has now become
    easier and inexpensive. Hotels in
    Israel have substantially reduced
    the charges added to telephone
    calls to the United States, it was
    announced today by the Israel
    Ministry of Tourism, North
    American Office. TELEPLAN,
    as the agreement is called, will
    bring savings to Americans
    traveling in Israel as vacationers
    or on business.
    A collect call or credit card call
    can be placed from any tourist
    hotel in Israel at a small sur-
    charge of $ 1.50 per call payable to
    the hotel. In effect, this lets the
    closely budgeted tourist call
    while on vacation and pay later,
    for the principal charge for his
    calls will appear later on his home
    or office telephone bill. Only the
    $150 surcharge is paid when he
    checks out of his hotel.
    For those who prefer to pav the
    total cost to the hotel, a sur-
    charge of no more than 25 percent
    of the cost of the call, plus tax,
    will he added. However, this
    payment will be subject to a
    ceiling of $7 no matter what the
    cost of the call is.
    Moshe Amir, director. Israel
    Hotels Association, said, "We
    want to keep charges added bv
    Israeli hotels to U.S. calls as low
    as possible and TELEPLAN
    does that. Americans like to call
    home when they're traveling and
    now they'll pay less to do it."
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    State Dept. Charges Gov'ts.
    th Aiding, Abbetting Terrorism
    |eph polakoff
    IfGTON IJTA) -
    Department, in a
    ilopment in the U.S.
    I against international
    I has declared publicly
    lit" four countries
    ,;-,,. People's Di'tno-
    l,lic of Yemen and
    have aided or
    fcrrorism" in recent
    The disclosure came in an ex-
    change of correspondence by Sen.
    Jacob K. Javits (K.. N.Y.) with
    the State Department that he
    made available today. He said
    "The State Department's agree-
    ment to present its information in
    unclassified form is an important
    development in that it clearly
    ident ifies t hose governments i hat
    have helped to allow terrorism to
    exist.
    "It is now up to the civilized
    let
    n, Ivory Coast Leader
    for Mid-East Talks
    By EDWIN EYTAN
    |S (JTA) Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
    Coast President Felix Houphouet-Boigny met here
    bounced t;ilks on the Middle Bast crisis. An Israeli
    . spokesman said their two sessions together, which
    lover two hours, had been fruitful. He indicated that
    heetings of this type could follow Israel's general
    Inext week.
    CIRCUMSTANCES Of the meeting were similar to
    Jeral months ago when Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
    Iphouet-Hoigny in Switzerland with no prior announce-
    lev reportedly agreed at that time to further high level
    [between their countries.
    Allon-Houphouet-Boigny talks took place at the
    leader's Paris apartment The Israeli minister broke a
    Ho London, where he met with Secretary of State Cyrus
    he next daj. in order to keep bis unexpected rendezvous
    buphouet-Boigny is regarded as an influential go-
    in efforts to bring the viewpoints of Israel and the
    minding the Palestine Liberation Organization, to each
    PER HIS meeting with Allon. the Ivory Coast leader
    esth "I put up no ideas of my own for a Middle East
    just pick up suggestions and pass them along. As tor
    liking, you are asking too much oi me."
    tatement from the Israeli Embassy tonight said: "The
    \rv conducted in a frank and trusting atmosphere and
    the world situation with special emphasis on the
    fast
    iphouet-Boigny has had a series of talks with Middle
    filers, including the PLO. since he met with Rabin in
    in February.
    BBW to Meet
    n ruli Women Lincoln
    1288 will meet at the 100
    [Road Club Room on
    ay. May 25, at noon,
    bgram will feature infor-
    tm B'nai B'rith's new
    fare Medical Insurance
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    M i fork of the Circuit Court
    pty. Florida
    ION JAI.KOWER
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    . is 19 West Flagler Street.
    ' MMmt. Florida 33130. and
    |Einal with the clerk of the
    court on or before July 1,
    " d default will be entered
    or the relief demanded In
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    ecutlve weeks In
    RIDIAM
    and the seal of
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    ": June 3,10,1977
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    LEGAL NOTICES__________
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77-3473
    Division Joseph Nesbitl
    IN RE Estate ol
    IRVING SIMON
    I l.i rased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    olt DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    the administration of the estate of
    IRVING simon. deceased, File
    Number 77-8473, is pending in the CIr
    cult Court for DADE County, Florida,
    Probate Division, the address of which
    Is 73 West Flagler Street. 3rd Floor.
    Miami. Florida The personal
    representative of the estate Is MILTON
    SIMON, whose address Is 2830 Prairie
    Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida The
    name and address of the personal
    representative's attorney are set forth
    below
    All persons having claims or demands
    against the estate are required.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have. Each claim
    must be In writing and must Indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed If
    the claim is not yet due, the date when It
    will become due shall be stated. If the
    claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated. If the claim Is secured, the
    security shall be described. The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to n .11 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 decedents
    will, the qualifications of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    Jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
    OBJECTIONS NOT so FII.EI> WILL
    BEFOREVERBARRED
    Date of the first publication ot this
    Notice of Administration: May 20. 1977.
    S MILTON SIMON
    As Personal Representative ol
    Estate of IRVING SIMON
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FORPERSONAL
    REPRESENTAT
    ABRAHAM A GAI B1 T.E8QUIRE
    721 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, Florida 3SU9
    Telephone 67M100 Wi|gn
    nations of the world to determire
    what they believe to be appr>
    priate action in response to the
    activities of these governments
    who have sided with terrorists,"
    Javits said.
    THE STATE Department.
    however, indicated that a concen-
    trated attack to wipe out terror-
    ism is not visible although it is
    urging "unilaterally" that other
    governments adopt international
    security standards outlined in
    (Imago by the Convention on
    International Civil Aviation.
    Meanwhile, the Department said.
    Americans are searching "for
    new ways anil means to increase
    international support for en-
    forcement
    "Although there has been a
    number of terrorist attacks and
    bombings at major airports in the
    |>ast few years, and despite U.S.
    support for implementation of
    security standards, the prospects
    of success for a multilateral
    enforcement agreement are not
    considered good," the Depart-
    ment said. It did not give the
    reasons.
    .lav it s correspondent was with
    Ambassador Douglas Heck, the
    State Department's Coordinator
    for Combatting Terrorism, and
    Douglas ,). Bennet Jr., Assistant
    Secretary of State for Con-
    gressional Relations. Hearings on
    terrorism will be held by the
    Senate Foreign Relations Com-
    mittee during the second half of
    June. Javits. a committee
    member, said.
    HECK, who has recently been
    designated Ambassador to
    Nepal, said in an interview two
    months ago that retaliation by
    terrorists for the Israeli Entebbe
    raid last July is expected and
    that he feared that it is "over-
    due
    __________LEGAL NOTICES___________
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77 3248
    Division Frank B. Dowlinq
    IN RE Estate ol
    ESTELLE RIMER WEINTRAUB
    a k a ESTELLE WEINTRAUB
    I leceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    (IK DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE IND ALLOTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate ol
    ESTELLE RIMER WEINTRAUB
    deceased File Number 77 3368, la
    pending In the Circuit Court for bade
    County, Florida, Probate Division, the
    address of which Is 7:i W Flagler st.
    Miami Florida, The cu personal
    representatives ol the estate are
    Samuel Kusnetz & Rose Kusnetz. whose
    addresses are 13B1 NE Miami Gardens
    Dr., North Miami Beach. Florida The
    name and address of the personal
    representatives' attorney are set forth
    below.
    All persons having claims or demands
    against the .stale are required.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    IMPLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be in writing and must indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad-
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed. If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when It
    will become due shall be stated. If the
    claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated. If the claim is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons Interested In the estate to
    whom a copy of this Notice of
    Administration has been mailed are
    required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file any objections they may have that
    challenges the validity of the decedent's
    will the qualifications of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    iurtsdlctlon of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
    EJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
    BE FOREVERBARRED.
    Date of the first publication of this
    Notice of Administration: May 20. 1977
    ROSE KUSNETZ
    SAMUEL KUSNETZ
    As Personal Representatives of the
    Estate of
    ESTEI .1 .K RIMER WE 1 NTRAl'U
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES
    I ,a office of Zev W. Kogan
    420 Lincoln Kd
    Miami Reach. Florida 33139
    VW KOGAN
    Telephone .534-4586
    May 30, 27 1977
    He said "We assume they will
    try for revenge and I expected it
    before now." He did not identify
    'they" but it was understood to
    nean Arab terrorists. In the
    nterview, Heck said a reason for
    he absence of retaliation so far
    nay have been the civil war in
    Lebanon and the U.S. policy of
    no concessions.
    Heck's statement aroused
    anger in some quarters as an
    irresponsible prediction but IM.O
    chief Yasir Arafat said in a
    Kuwait newspaper interview
    last month that terrorism will
    continue and pledged "a resur-
    gence of suicide strikes against
    the Zionist foe."
    BENNET. in an April 27 letter
    to Javits, said "There is, unfor-
    innately. every indication that
    international terrorism is on the
    increase and we will have to
    prepare ourselves to deal with
    further attacks on American
    citizens and installations abroad
    including those of American
    companies."
    In individual reports to Javits
    on the four countries named as
    harboring terrorists, the State
    Department noted that
    "although the Libyan govern-
    ment claims that it is opposed to
    terrorists, it has qualified this by
    saying t hat freedom fighters' are
    not terrorists' and have the right
    to carry on their struggle by
    whatever means' they deem
    necessary."
    The State Department listed
    eight specific instances since
    1972 of Libya having "given
    refuge to international terrorists
    involved in a long history of
    terrorist acts" whiih included the
    perpetrators of the September
    l!l~l! massacre of Israeli athletes
    at the Munich Olympics, the
    attacks on Lufthansa. Japanese,
    TWA. El Al and HOAC planes,
    the commandeering of a train in
    Czechoslovakia bound for
    Austria. and kidnappers of
    certain OPEC oil ministers
    THE REPORT said the
    Libyan government has "actively
    assisted a number of terrorist
    groups and individuals" who
    have been "primarily members of
    the several reject ion ist' factions
    of the Palestinian movement who
    have broken away from more
    moderate Palestinian leaders on
    the issue of the legitimacy of
    politically motivated violence as
    a means of carrying on the
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    the Cm uit Court of Hade County,
    Florida
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    day oi May, 1977
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    West Miami Honda 33144
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    Coral Gables, Florida 33134
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    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO.77 14*52
    ACTION FOR PETITION
    OF ADOPTION
    IN RE: The Petition of
    JOSE C. ZAMORA for the
    Adoption of the
    minor male child,
    TO: ALFREDO MERCED
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Petition of AdopUon has
    been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any, to It on ABE KOSS.
    attorney for Petitioner, whose address
    Is 2121 Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Suite
    715, Coral Gables. Fla.. 33134, and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 24. 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or petition.
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    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 11
    da) >>i May, 1977.
    RICHARD PBRINKEK
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    i lade County, Florida
    By C. P. Copeland
    As Deputy Clerk
    icircuit Court Seal
    ABE KOSS.ESQ
    L'lL'i Ponce do Leon Boulevard 715
    Coral -.1134
    Attorney for Petitioner
    ta, 27; luneS, 10
    struggle against Israel."
    The Department said that the
    "government of Iraq is a rrsjjor
    supporter of rejectionist Pales-
    tinian elements" and "lends
    political and moral support to all
    rejectionist groups.
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDI Cl AL C IRC UIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 77 14934
    GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE i .'"<
    DANIA M PEREZ
    Petitioner Wife
    and
    PEDRO BERARDO PEREZ,
    Respondent Husband
    TO PEDRO BERARDO PEREZ
    470- 15 Avenue
    Brooklyn New Vmik 11219
    YOl w.v. HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required lo er\ c a copy of your written
    defenses il any. to It on ANTONIO J
    PINEIRO IK attorney for Petition.
    whose address Is AGUDO \n TON a
    PINEIRO tr.i7SW27th Avenue, Miami
    Florida, and file the original with the
    clerk Of the above styled court on OT
    before June '-'4 1M77. otherwise a default
    will be entered against you for the rellel
    demanded In the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 13
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By G S Carlle
    As Deputy Clerk
    i Circuit Court Semi)
    ANTONIO J PINEIRO, JR.
    Mil IK), ANTON & PINEIRO
    1647 SW 27th Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33145
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3. 10. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTYI
    IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 77-14933
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    FOR MARRIAGE
    IN ltK The Marriage ol
    M.Iiii MODESTO BENAVIDES,
    Petitioner I lushand
    MARIA NELLY BENAVIDES,
    Respondent Wife
    TO MARI \ NELLY HEN WIPES
    Residence and Address I nknown
    YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed ilgulllKl you and you are
    required to sen v h i p> l your written
    u,-i,-uses, ii an) In ii on \NTONIO .1
    PINEIRO, IK attorney. lor Petitioner,
    whose address is \. ANTON &
    PINEIRO, 1647 SW 27th Avenue, Miami.
    Florida, and file the original with the
    clerk of the above styled cnuri on or
    before luneiM 1977; otherwise a default
    will be entered agttlnsl you forthe relief
    demanded in the complaint or petition
    Tins notice shall be published once
    each week for four eonse< utlve v.eeks in
    THE JEWISH FIXIRIDI \N
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
    said rouri at Miami Florida on tins LI
    day ol May. 1977
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    \~ < '1,-rk ('in uit Court
    1 lade County. Honda
    lly i; s Carlle
    \~ i leputy cierk
    I Circuit Court Seal i
    ANTONIO.) PINEIRO,IK
    M il DO ANTON & PINEIRO
    1647SW 27th Avenue
    Miami Klorida A3I4B
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 2(1. 27. June3, 10. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 77 14785
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marnageof:
    MONIQUE ARGENTINA RAJANI.
    Petitioner,
    and
    Ht'SSAlNALI M RAJANI.
    Respondent.
    TO HL'SSAINALI M RAJANI
    YOU 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 Mark J.
    Friedman. Esq. Attorney and Counselor
    at Law. 350 Lincoln Kd Miami Beach,
    Florida 33139, attorney for Petitioner.
    whose address is 350 Lincoln Rd., Suite
    226, Miami Beach, Florida 33139.
    Telephone No 532-5409, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 24, 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or peUUon.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 12
    davofMav i>>77
    K1CHARDP. KRINKER,
    Al Clerk. Circuit Court
    I lade Count v. Florida
    By M J Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    i Circuit Court Seal I
    \i..rk i Friedman, Esq.
    Vttomey f.ir Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3,10, 1977


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    pride ourselves on the fact that in the U.S.A. citizens are judged on merit, on their
    capabilities as individuals to think, to do, to achieve.
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    LEGAL NOTICES)
    -----------notice under------------
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    MERCY M MUGARRA D/B A
    FANTASY JEWELERY BOUTIQUE a*
    6763 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla.
    Intends to register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida.
    MERCY M. MUGARRA
    May 6, 13, 20, 27. 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name
    MIAMI DERMATOLOGY GROUP,
    PA. at 9065 SVV 87th Avenue, Miami.
    Fla. 33176, intend to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County. Florida.
    LEONARD A. LEWIS. M.D.
    SORREL S RESNIK, M.D
    May 13, 20, 27; June 3, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-11837
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    iN RE: The Marriage of
    CLIFFORD J. HACKETT.
    Petitioner Husband,
    and
    SHIRLEY C. HACKETT,
    Respondent Wife.
    TO: SHIRLEY C. HACKETT
    912 Jones Street
    San Francisco, Ca
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tha
    petition for Dissolution of you;
    Marriage has been filed and com
    menced in this court and you an
    required to serve a copy of your wrlttei
    defenses. If any, to It on EUGENE
    LEMLICH, ESQ., attorney foi
    Petitioner, whose address Is 2720 W.
    Flagler Street. Miami, Florida 3313.1,
    and file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before June 6,
    1977; otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 2
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By S. Parrish
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    EUGENE LEMLICH, ESQ.
    2720 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Fl. 33136
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 8. 13,20, 27, 1977
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE UNDER --------------
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    13130 ASWAN PARTNERSHIP at 6476
    Bird Road. Miami, Fla. 33155, Intend to
    register said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    HARRY KRUEGER
    IRVIN FAGGEN
    FLORENCE FAGGEN
    IRVIN ABRAMS
    TAMARA ABRAMS
    HYMAN POTLER
    RUTHPOTLER
    JOSEPH BERLINSKY
    DOUGLAS KRUEGER
    Apr. 22. 29; Mav 6. 13. 1977
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage in
    business under the fictitious name of
    JUAN AND MARIA SANCHEZ d b a
    SUPERIOR FURNITURE at 945 East
    11th Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla.. intend to
    register said name with the Clerk ol the
    Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
    JUAN SANCHEZ
    MARIA OLGA SANCHEZ
    May 13, 20,27; June 3. 1977
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE .
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO.77-13880
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JERRY KING, husband
    and
    ANGELINA KING, wife.
    TO. MRS. ANGELINA KING
    e / o MRS SUSAN PIOPPI
    49 GRADY COURT
    EAST BOSTON,
    MASSACHUSETTS
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any, to It on ARTHUR H.
    LIPSON, attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address Is 1980 So. Ocean Drive,
    Haltahdale, Florida 33009, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 10, 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    sa(d court at Miami, Florida on this 4
    day of May, 1977
    Lot 5. In Block 42, of NEW SOUTH
    MIAMI HEIGHTS, as per Reso-
    lution No. 7779, recorded In Deed
    Book 4053, at Page 531, Dade
    County. Fla. according to the Plat
    thereof, as recorded In Plat Book 48,
    Page 83, Public Records of Dade
    County, Florida.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By B Llpps
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    ___________May 5, 13,20, 27, 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATES OF
    NORTH MIAMI BEACH, PA., at 16501
    NW 2 Avenue, North Miami Beach, Fla.
    33189, Intend to register said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County. Florida.
    DRS. GLUCROFT, UNGER
    and GOLDMAN. P A.
    Attorney for Applicants
    EDWARD HEILBRONNER, ESQ
    1SE 3 Ave.. Suite 3050
    Miami. Fla. 33131
    May 13.20,27; June 3,1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.
    undersigned, desiring to engage li
    business under the fictitious name o.
    ACTIVE USED AUTO AND TRUCK
    PARTS at 9690 NW South River Drive,
    Medley. Florida Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County. Florida.
    PECALU CORPORATION
    _________May 13. 20.27; June 3.1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY,
    JUVENILE AND
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASE NO. 76-357* D
    FAMILY NO. '6 3576 D
    PETITION FOR CUSTODY
    IN RE: Custody of
    ISASABATES:
    BY: Mr. and Mrs. Gumerslndo
    k Georglna Pestano:
    TO: Mr. Lazaro Sabates Viero
    Last Known Residence
    32 No. 983 entre
    Av. 26y47
    Nuevo Vedado, Habana. Cuba
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a PETITION FOR ADOPTION has been
    filed against you and you are required to
    serve a copy of your written defenses, If
    any. to It on GLADYS GERSON.
    ESQUIRE, Attorney for Petitioner.
    whose address is STONE, SOSTCHIN A
    GONZALEZ. PA.. 101 NW 12th Avenue,
    Miami, Florida, and file the original
    with the Clerk of the above styled Court
    on or before Monday, June 6, 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 FLO RID LAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
    said Court at Miami. Florida on this 21
    day of April, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By: AitherlaGilbert. DC.
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    GLADYS GERSON. ESQUIRE
    STONE. SOSTCHIN St GONZALEZ
    PA.
    101 NW 12th Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33128
    (3051324-4555
    May 6 13,20.27. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADECOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO.77-13*43
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    HARRY EDWARD VOLZ.
    Petitioner
    and
    DELORES JANE VOLZ,
    Respondent
    TO: DELORES JANE VOLZ
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses. If any. to It on NATHANIEL L.
    BARONE, JR., attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is 777 NE 79th Street,
    Miami, Florida, and file the original
    with the clerk of the above styled court
    on or before June 10, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 4
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By K.T.Cramer
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    May 6.13, 20, 27,1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN m.'4D
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVILACTION NO 77-13372
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE:
    YVONNE LILIETH HARRIS
    ROBINSON, Petitioner
    and
    ROY ROBINSON,
    Respondent.
    TO: ROY ROBINSON
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFrED that
    an acUon 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 B. Javlta
    Esq., attorney for Petitioner-, whose
    address Is 3628 NE 2nd Avenue. Miami
    Florida 33137. and file the original with
    the clerk of the above styled court on or
    before June 10,1977; 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 20
    day of April, 1977
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    ByM J.Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    DAVID BJAVITS
    3628 NE 2nd Ave.
    Miami, Florida 33137
    Attorney for Petitioner
    MayB, 13,20, 27,197
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OFFLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVILACTION NO.77-14020
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of:
    HENRY E.WRIGHT.
    husband
    and
    JOAN WRIGHT.
    Wife
    TO: JOAN WRIGHT
    RESIDENCE & ADDRESS
    UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any. to It on LOUIS R.
    BELLER. ESQ.. attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lincoln
    Kd Suite 238. Miami Beach. Florida
    33139. and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or before
    June 17, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 6
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    May 13. 20,27; June3, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OFFLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 77 14018
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JOSEPH BLATT
    Husband
    and
    ADA BLATT
    Wife
    TO:ADA BLATT
    C/oDOROTHY BENJAMIN
    471112th AVENUE
    BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
    11219
    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 LOUIS R.
    BELLER, ESQ.. attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 420 Lincoln
    Rd Suite 238. Miami Beach, Florida
    33139, and file the original with the clerk
    of the above styled court on or before
    June 17, 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 FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 5
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw, Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    May 13, 20, 27; June 3, 1977
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    NO. 77-14337
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    JAMES T. BARNES St COMPANY, a
    corporation organized and existing
    under the laws of the State of Michigan,
    Plaintiff,
    -vs-
    JOMAL CORPORATION, a dissolved
    Florida corporation, et al,
    Defendants
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    IN FORECI-OSURE OF MORTGAGE
    TO ALAN J.COHEN
    Residence I'nknown
    and
    All parties claiming interest by,
    through, under or against ALAN J_.
    COHEN, as Treasurer of THE
    CRICKET CLUB Incorporated, a dis-
    solved Florida corporation; and All
    parties having or claiming to have any
    right, title, or Interest In the property
    herein described.
    JOMAL CORPORATION
    Residence Unknown
    or If the JOMAL CORPORATION is
    dissolved, to any unknown persons who
    shall comprise the last Board of
    Directors thereof, or who shall be In
    possession of any property of the said
    dissolved corporation, or who shall
    claim any right, title or Interest In the
    hereinafter described real property by,
    through, or under JOMAL COR-
    PORATION, or any persons acting as
    Trustees on behalf of such dissolved
    corporation.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a BUI of Complaint to foreclose a certain
    mortgage on the following described
    property, to wit:
    Tract 1, RESUBDIVISION OF
    PORTIONS OF LIDO BAY. ac-
    cording to the Plat thereof,
    recorded In Plat Book 84, Page 32, of
    the Public Records of Dade County,
    Florida,
    has been filed against you, and you are
    required to serve a copy of your answer
    or pleading to the Bill of Complaint upon
    Plaintiffs attorneys. WATSON.
    HUBERT A DAVIS. 3600 North Federal
    Highway, Fort Lauderdale, Florida,
    33308, and file the original answer or
    pleading in the Office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court, on or before the 17 day of
    June, 1977; otherwise judgment by
    default will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded In the Bill of
    Complaint.
    DATED this 9 day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    ByC. P. Cope land
    Deputy Clerk
    WATSON, HUBERT & DAVIS
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    3600 North Federal Highway
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308
    May 13, 20, 27; June 3, 1977
    NOTICE 6* ACTION---------------
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVILACTION NO.77-10821
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    SILVANA IVON KEEN,
    Petitioner
    and
    SHELLY ELMO KEEN,
    Respondent.
    TO: SHELLY ELMO KEEN,
    Respondent
    621 Colonial Drive
    Apt. 7
    Ft. Walton Beach. Florida 32548
    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 GARY B
    SACK, ESQ., attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address is 801 Dade Federal
    Building, 101 East Flagler Street,
    Miami. Florida 33131. and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17. 1977-
    otherwise a default will be enetered
    against you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 9th
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    ByN. A.Hewett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    GARY B SACK, ESQUIRE
    801 Dade Federal Building,
    101 East Flagler St.
    Miami. Florida 33131-Phone: 358-6090
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 13. 20 27; June 3, 1977
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C IRC UIT
    IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    FILE NO 77 3161
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    GERTRUDE F HIRSCH.
    a k a TRUDY F HIRSCH.
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
    OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
    the administration of the estate of
    GERTRUDE F. HIRSCH. deceased,
    late of Dade County. Florida. File
    Number 77-3161 Is pending In the Circuit
    Court In and for Dade County. Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of which
    Is 3rd Floor. Dade County Courthouse
    73 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
    33130. The personal representative of
    this estate is ISRAEL BERSTLING.
    whose address is 800 West Avenue
    Apartment PH-6. Miami Beach. Florida
    33139. The name and address of the
    attorney for the personal representative
    are are set forth below.
    All persons having claims or demands
    against this estate are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    ITHI.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be in writing and musl Indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed If
    the claim Is not yet due. the date when II
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated. If the claim is secured the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons Interested in the estate to
    whom a copy of this Notice of Admin
    Islralion 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
    challenge the validity of the decedent's
    will, the qualifications of the personal
    representative, or the venue or
    jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL.CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
    OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WII I
    HE FOREVER BARRED '
    dayo7Maya,,J?7am'FIOrlda0n,h,Se,h
    ISRAEL BERSTLING
    As Personal Representative of
    the Estate of
    GERTRUDE F HIRSCH.
    First publication of thl.s hSSSS^S
    Administration on the 13th day of May
    HENRY NORTON. ESQUIRF
    1201 Hiscayne Building
    ! -1 Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33130
    Telephone i :i051,174 3116
    May 13. 20. 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name
    DECORATOR DESIGN AND BUYING
    SERVKTC at 76 NE 40th Street, Miami,
    Florida. Intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    DadeCounlN Florida.
    THE DECORATORS GROUP, INC.
    By: MAXSIROTA.PRES
    May 13, 20, 27; June 3. 1977
    CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NO. 77-14172
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    is kk Tin- Marriage of:
    FLEURY ELIETTE DUPOUX,
    Petitioner Wife
    vs.
    POWEL DUPOUX.
    Respondent-Husband
    You. POWKI. DUPOUX, 2ndCltee St.
    Martin, No 110, Port-au-Prince. Haiti.
    are hereby notified to serve a copy of
    your Answer to the Dissolution of
    Marriage filed against you. upon Wife's
    attorney. GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ..
    612 NW 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
    33136, and file original with Clerk of
    Court on or before June 17, 1977;
    otherwise the Petition will be confessed
    by you.
    Dates this 6 day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P BRINKER. CLERK
    By: K T Cramer
    Deputy Clerk
    May 13, 20.27; June3,1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name
    BOWER & RICE at 1110 Brickell Ave.,
    Miami, Florida 33131 Intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County, Florida.
    BOWER & RICE, PA.
    1110 Brickell Ave.
    Miami, Florida 33131
    DANIEL Z. AVERBOOK. ESQ.
    Attorney for Applicant
    Suite 2770-One Blscayne Tower
    Miami. Florida 33131
    May 13. 20,27; June 3, 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OFFLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVILACTION NO. 77-14298
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    MARIA SAVINON AMADOR.
    Petitioner
    and
    CINENCIOA. AMADOR,
    Respondent.
    TO: CINENCIO A AMADOR
    1513 Main Street
    Rahway, New Jersey 07085
    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 HOWARD HILL
    BENNETT, attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is 19 West Flagler Street.
    Suite 520, Miami, Florida, and file the
    original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17, 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 FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 9
    day of May, 1977
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By M. J.Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    HOWARD HILL BENNETT. ESQ
    19 West Flagler St., Suite 520
    Miami. Florida 33130
    Attorney for Petitioner
    _____________May 13, 20. 27; June 3. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OFFLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO 77-14354
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    GABRIELLE VILLAMAR
    SAINT FLEUR.
    Husband i Petitioner
    and
    JEANDIELLA
    SAINT FLEUR,
    Wife. Respondent
    TO: JEAN DIELLA SAINT FLEUR
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    an action for Dissolution of Marriage
    has been filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your written
    K822* any- to It on DANIEL
    RETTER. ESQ.. attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 801 Dade
    Federal Building, 101 East Flagler
    Street, Miami. Florida 33131, and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    styled court on or before June 17 1977
    otherwise a default will be entered
    aga.nst you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or petition.
    This notice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks In
    THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 9
    day of May. 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    ByC P Copeland
    As Deputy Clerk
    (< Ircult Court Seal)
    DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
    Attorney for Petitioner
    801 Dade Federal Building
    101 East Flagler Street
    Miami, Florida SI
    Phone M8-6090
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 13. 20.27; June 3.1977
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    toy 20.1977
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    WW
    1
    LEGAL NOTICES
    BH,,Vk-TRANSFER
    r"tt0 S?Article 6 of the Uni-
    ^iffCode will be made at
    P2'of V ROBERT CAR
    [*%\9 299 Alhambra Circle.
    fes Florida on or after June 3.
    I^Thfarell
    LrtWANCE SERVICE
    , .hose business address Is
    "U Anue. West Miami.
    LnBFRTMcCRIMMON
    Ros business address wl 1
    Kyi'67th Avenue. West Miami.
    Ue three years last past the
    L so far as is known to the
    L has used no other business
    hddress ether than that listed
    lr the Transferor, relevant to
    Kiuwlllbepaldlnfullasthey
    rjithe result of this transfer.
    L of the Transferor should file
    Es with V ROBERT CAR
    Kcwle. Coral Oables. Florida
    lor before June 3. 1977.
    |,t Miami. Florida this 18 day of
    lOBEKTMcCRIMMON.
    f Transferee
    IrT CARLISLE
    llorTransfereee
    12M Alhambra Circle
    IOnda33134May20.1977
    lilON FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    pNSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    , (NOPROPERTY)
    Le CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    VENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    0FFLORIDA, IN AND
    J FOR DADE COUNTY
    I Civil Action No. 77 lttW
    iThe Marriage of
    |RA ANN HE WES
    DP. Petitioner.
    ESBISHOP. Respondent
    Iarles BISHOP
    [ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    Ton for Dissolution of Marriage
    i filed against you and you are
    i to serve a copy of your written
    If any. to it on MARK J
    IMAN. E8CJ attorney for
    r. whose address Is 350 Uncoln
    Lite 422. Miami Beach. Florida
    hd file the original with the clerk
    lt.ni- ityled court on or before
    |l77. otherw ise I default will be
    against you for the relief
    led In the complaint or petition.
    otire |ek for four consecutive weeks In
    horldlan
    | hand and the seal of
    Lrt at Miami Klonrla on this 13
    lay.ia;:
    Richard I' Bnnker. Clerk
    [ il i k Clr< int Court.
    DadeC"..rt\ Florida
    B) M i Hartnett
    p .". Clerk
    |Court Seal i
    June 3, 10. 1977
    |HE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DECOUNTY FLORIDA
    |PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77.2411
    ESTATE I iK
    XBLOOHa k a
    B.IHIH
    Mfed
    ICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    PERSONS n w ING CLAIMS
    JAM'S \ iAINSTTHE ABOVE
    t ASH ALL OTHER PERSONS
    ISTEI IN THE ESTATE
    fKE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    (illustration of the estate of
    KL Hi i inn ., k ., NELL
    I File Number 77
    ending ,n the Circuit Court for
    County Florida. Probate
    . the address of which is Dade
    ICourthouse. Miami. Florida
    fhe personal representative of
    He is MICHAEL J BURNS.
    ddress is 10751 SW 46 Street.
    Florida The name and address
    jWrSOfial representative's at-
    e set forth below
    ons having claims or demands
    the estate are required.
    THREE MONTHS FROM
    DATE OF THE FIRST
    IATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    Ihe clerk of the above court a
    I statement of any claim or
    Uiej may have Each claim
    Wiling and must indicate the
    aim, the name and ad-
    and the amount claimed. If
    is not yet due, the date when It
    JWM due shall be stated If the
    |cntingent or unliquidated, the
    v- the uncertainty shall be
    'he claim Is secured, the
    "' described The
    I -liver sufficient COptM
    * Ihe clerk to enable the
    ' h personal
    I the estate to
    Notice ol
    been mailed arc
    , N THREE MONTHS
    1 F THE FIRST
    ' fWS NOTICE, to
    . Ihej may havi
    f Ihedei edenl -
    I lions ol ',. pi
    court
    l 'OS
    '. 10 FILED
    1 'MIKE11
    I
    [
    OOD
    I RSONAL^
    f
    '!TH
    [ >> Suite 850
    ' orldafflua
    '
    May 13 Ji 1977
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    PYRAMID PROMOTIONS at number
    9301 NE 6th Avenue, in the City of
    Miami Shores. Florida. Intend to
    register the said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County
    Florida
    Dated at Coral Gables. Florida, this 18
    day of May. 1977.
    FLORENCE SCHWARTZ. Applicant
    SYLVIA FELDMAN. Applicant
    9301 NE 6th Avenue
    Miami Shores. Florida 33138
    V ROBERT CARLISLE
    Attorney for Applicant
    , 299 Alhambra Circle. No. 519
    Coral Gables. Florida 33134
    May 20. 27; June 3, 10. 1977
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    FILE NUMBER: 771280
    Division: 33 John R. Blanton
    FORMAL NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    PETITION FOR
    APPOINTMENT OF
    PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
    IN RE: Estate of
    NATHAN LIFSCHITZ.
    Deceased.
    TO: REGINAGAWLIKOWA
    UUca (Street)
    Teatrallna2 4 M 9,
    Wroclaw 2, Poland
    LOUIS LI FSCHITZ
    (address unknown I
    and all persons having claims or
    demands against the above estate and
    all other persons interested in the estate
    or any person who has claim rights or
    Interest in the estate whose name and
    residence is not known to the Petitioner
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a PetlUon
    for Administration of a Florida resident
    without Will and Appointment of Per-
    sonal Representative has been filed and
    you are required to serve a caveat or to
    file your appearance, if any. to It on
    RICHARD J MENIN. Attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address Is 721
    Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
    Florida 33139 and to file the original
    with the Clerk of the above styled court
    on or before June 3. 1977. otherwise the
    said Petition for Administration shall be
    heard and granted
    This Notice shall be published once a
    week for four Hi consecutive weeks In
    the Jewish Floridian
    WITNESS my hand and seal of said
    court at Miami, Florida on this 13 day of
    May, 1977
    RICHARDP HRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Cornell Robinson
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court SeaJi
    RICHARD J MENIN. ESQUIRE
    Attorney for Petitioner
    721 Washington Avenue
    Miami Beach, Florid i 33139
    May 20, 27: June 3, 10, 1977
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77-3158
    Division Frank B Dowling
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    SUE WALLACH.
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVINC CLAIMS
    OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
    INTF.RESTED IN THE ESTATE
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    the administration of the estate of SI F.
    WALLACH. deceased, File Number 77
    3158. Is pending In the Circuit Court for
    Dade County. Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which is 73 West
    Flagler Street, Miami. Florida The
    personal representatives of the estate
    kre BERNARD WALLACH & ARLINE
    SPEEI.MAN, whose address is 5825
    Collins Ave Miami Beach. Florida (as
    to WaJlachl. 138 High Street. East
    Wllllston, New York (as to Speelmani
    The name and address of the personal
    representatives attorney are set forth
    below.
    All persons having claims or demands
    against the estate are required.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
    THE DATE OF THE FIRST
    PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
    file with the clerk of the above court a
    written statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each claim
    must be In writing and must Indicate the
    basis for the claim, the name and ad
    dress of the creditor or his agent or
    attorney, and the amount claimed If
    the claim is not yet due. the date when it
    will become due shall be stated If the
    claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim Is secured, the
    security shall be described The
    claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
    of the claim to the clerk to enable the
    clerk to mall one copy to each personal
    representative
    All persons interested in the estate to
    whom a copy of this Not
    Admin < "as been :
    requlr.-i WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE
    PUBLI. r N OF THIS NOT.
    Ale a:- i U>ey may have thai
    ,^es the validity of Ul<
    i atlom of the personal
    or the vei ue or
    he court.
    MS DEMAti
    JS NOT SO file;
    BARRED
    -st publication
    stration May 13. 1977
    ID WALLACH 4
    ARLINE SPEELMAN
    as Person*.: Representative
    I
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    SIMON. HAYS 4GRUNDWERQ
    608 Alnsley Building
    Miami. Florida:-
    IWphon.: (805)871.6518 Sij0jjf77
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICEOF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADECOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 771*834
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    WENDY LEE ANKENBAUER,
    Wife
    and
    GARY RONALD ANKENBAUER.
    Husband.
    TO:GARY RONALD ANKENBAUER
    c o Commanding Officer
    U.S. Army No. 112 42 3249
    United States
    Military Community Activity
    G.S.N.
    A.P.O. New York 09169
    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 PAUL
    KWITNEY. attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address is 420 Lincoln Road,
    Suite 512. Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
    and file the original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before June 24,
    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 FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami, Florida on this 13
    day of May, 1977.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    KWITNEY. KROOP & SCHEINBERG.
    PA.
    420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    (3061 538-7575
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3.10. 1977
    NOTICEOF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND
    FOR DADECOUNTY.
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-15027
    GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    W1LFREDOCESPEDES,
    Petitioner Husband,
    and
    UGIACARRASCO
    RECTO CESPEDE8,
    Respondent Wife
    TO: LIOIACARRASCO
    KECIOCESPEDES
    Address UNKNOWN
    YOU 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 CEASE &
    CEASE, attorneys for the Petitioner.
    whose address is 2720 West Flagler
    Street. Miami, Florida 33135. and file
    the original with the clerk of the above
    Bt) led court on or before June 24, 1977;
    otherwise a default will be entered
    against you for the relief prayed for in
    the complaint or petition.
    WITNESS my hand and the seal of
    said court at Miami. Florida on this 16
    day of May. 1977
    RICHARD P BRINKER.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dude County. Florida
    ByG. S.Carlle
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    CEASE & CEASE
    2720 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33135
    Attorney for Petitioner
    May 20. 27; June 3. 10. 1977
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
    IN ANDFOR
    DADECOUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 77-t4S3
    BLANCHE M LAX,
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    RICHARD ASTROM. individually
    and as Trustee. PETER GOETZ,
    ELLIOTT RUDICH and LINDA
    RUDICH. his wife,
    Defendants
    TO: PETER GOETZ, ELLIOT
    RITDICH
    & LINDA RUDICH. his wife
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
    lo foreclose a mortgage on the following
    ,l,s. nbed property in Dade County.
    The NE '. of the NE % of the SE >,
    of Section 33. Township 55 South.
    Hang. 87 East lying and being In
    Dad.- County, Florida.
    ,,,,. ,..... filed against you and you are
    erve a copj of your written
    anj to ii on RETTER &
    lR1 : VK ESQ1
    plaintiff's attomi
    SOl Dade Federal Building 101 East

    Iune 21. 19
    th the Clerk ol UUi
    elthei ilntlffs
    attorneys or Immediately thereafter
    otherwise a del
    : vou for 111
    ion.
    il this
    IflTT
    I
    MC lit Court
    i iadi
    By i
    cult Court -


    it Flagler SI
    Miami. Florida33131
    "hone-35S-B090
    May20 27 neS
    Rabbi Weinschneider Dies
    Rabbi Abraham Wein-
    schneider, senior rabbi and
    founder of the Jacob C. Cohen
    Community Synagogue, Miami
    Beach, in addition to being the
    founder of dozens of underground
    Yeshivas in Soviet Russia, died
    May 14 in Chicago. 111., while
    visiting relatives. He was 80.
    Rabbi Weinschneider held his
    last Rabbinical position as senior
    Rabbi of the:
    Congregation |
    Star of Jacob,
    first in Los An-
    geles, then in Je-
    rusalem and Chi-
    cago. Congrega-
    tion Star of Ja-
    cob is the sister
    congregation to
    the Jacob C.
    Cohen Syna-
    gogue here. Weinschneider
    Rabbi Weinschneider was born
    in Poland, ordained at the Novor-
    deker Yeshiva and fled to the
    Ukraine when World War 1 broke
    out. There he set up numerous
    underground rabbinical colleges
    in defiance of the Communist
    regime.
    According to son-in-law Rabbi
    Tibor Stern, who visited Russia a
    few years ago, many of the
    schools are still in existence.
    Rabbi Weinschneider is sur-
    vived by his daughter, Mrs.
    Idelle Stern; a son, Sydney; 10
    grandchildren and 14 great-
    grandchildren.
    Services were held in the
    Brisker Yeshiva in Chicago. Final
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open titty Day Closed Sabbath
    140 SW57th Avenue
    Phone 266-2888
    services and eulogies were held in
    Jerusalem, with the funeral pro-
    cession beginning at the Star of
    Jacob Synagogue in Jerusalem.
    STRONGIN. Susan, 82. of Deerfleld
    Beach, on May 7. Riverside.
    ARONSON. Edith, 74, of Hallandale
    SHAW. Milton D 67. on April 28 Inter-
    ment Ml. Nebo Riverside.
    AMSTERDAM. Dr. Charles, 80 ot
    Hollywood, on May 2. Interment Beth
    El Memorial. Riverside
    I.ANDES, Daniel. 76, of Hollywood, on
    April 30 Riverside.
    CHAPMAN. Max. 76. of Hollywood, on
    April 2N I-evltt.
    SHAW Milton. 67. of Pembroke Pines.
    on April 28. Interment Mt. Nebo.
    Riversnl.'
    AI.TMAN. Irving. 59. of Hallandale. on
    May 3 Interment Beth El Riverside
    HABCHICK. Minnie. 72. of Pembroke
    Pines, on May 3 Riverside.
    MANSFIELD, Arthur, of Miami Beach.
    on May 6. Blasberg
    I'OI.AKOW. Minnie S.. 91 Interment
    Ml Nebo Riverside
    TENZER. Helen. 73. of Miami Beach.
    on May 7 Riverside
    ZWERDI.ING, Bella. 72. of Miami, on
    May 6 Interment New York.
    GOLDEN. Nathan. 73, of Miami Beach.
    on May 6. Gordon
    SEIMAN. Sarah, 65. of Miami Beach.
    Gordon.
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