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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Floridiian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 51 Number 1
Miami, Florida Friday, January 6, 197fr
By Mail to Cents Two Sections Price 35 Cents
Ford to Open C JA-IEF Here Saturday

Ambivalent Feelings
Stress I vuIim< or
Sensed Tensions
In Sadat Vows
By THOMAS PARKER
Human minds were not
he only instruments
valuating President
Sadat's momentous speech
to the Knesset on Sunday,
Nov. 20, 1977. For the first
private detective firms and
university research teams.
It measure electronically
human voice waves with a
precision and frequency
much higher than the capa-
city of the human ear.
PRESIDENT GERALD R. FORD
ISRAEL SCENE
time, the Israeli press used
an American machine, the
Psychological Stress Eval-
lator, to uncover the
legree of mental tension
ind strain in the Presi-
lent's voice.
This same machine
he PSE has been in
xtensive use for several
ears in the United States
>y insurance companies,
IN FACT the PSE was used
during last year's Presidential
debates between Ford and
Carter. When the former made
some very generous promises
about future programs, the
machine indicated a great deal of
tension, thus reflecting Ford's
probable insincerity. On the other
hand, most of Carter's promises
were free of tension which means
that he thought they were clearly
feasible.
How sincere was President
Continued on Page 11-A
IN GOTHAM
]Stew York Mayor:
He's Charismatic
Carter Soothes Ruffled Sadat
In Meeting at Aswan
CAIRO President Carter flew here Wednesday for
an unscheduled meeting with Egypt's President Anwar
Sadat a week after Carter's television interview remark
about his opposition to the establishment of a Palestinian
state on the West Bank of Jordan.
The President had made the remark on the eve of his
nine-day tour to Europe and the Middle East that took
him to Poland, India and the more moderate Arab world
capitals.
SADAT, when he began his historic face-to-face talks with the
Israelis in Jerusalem in November, termed the establishment of a
Palestinian homeland a "key issue," one from which Israel would not
be able to escape if peace were to be established in the area.
President Carter's remarks to network television interviewers
brought the reaction from Sadat that he was "surprised, disappointed,
and embarrassed" by it.
Continued on Page 10-A
1,000 Due
At Dinner
On Beach
More than 1,000 Jewish
community leaders are ex-
pected to take part in the
campaign opening dinner
Saturday evening at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, where
former President Gerald R.
Ford will help launch the
1978 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Officiating at the event
for the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation will be Big
Gifts Division Chairman
Mel Kartzmer, along with
1978 CJA-IEF Chairman
Harry B. Smith.
ALSO addressing the dinner
will be Federation President
Miami
Morton Silberman, who will
present a special award to Ford,
and Norman Braman, vice chair-
man of the Federation's Pace-
setter Division. A minimum
$1,000 commitment to the 1978
CJA-IEF is necessary for at-
tendance.
"The gathering of such a large
number of community leaders to
open our 1978 campaign," Smith
said, "is significant for two major
Continued on Page 8-A
By BERNARD POSTAL
Back in the 1960s, before
F.dward Koch began to think of
running for mayor of New York
City, he was asked why the
world's greatest Jewish city had
never had a Jewish mayor. To
which Koch quipped, "Why
should we torture a nice Jewish
boy like that?"
What he meant was that the
mayoralty of the nation's biggest
city is not only the fourth most
important elective political office
m the land (topped only by the
presidency, the vice presidency
and the governorship of New
York), but also one of the
toughest, often the most thank-
less, and, historically, the elective
Lou and Rose Koch, resi-
dents of Sunrise Lakes in
Brouard County, are the
parents of New York City
Mavor Ed Koch.
VIEW FROM ABROAD
office so full of economic and
social pitfalls and problems that
it has become a political dead end
for everyone who ever held it.
MARIO CUOMO, the man
Koch beat for the Democratic
mayoralty nomination last
September and again in the
election, was not really being
anti-Semitic but just clumsy
when he said during the primary
campaign that if Jewish voters
Continued on Page 9-A________
EEC Still in World of its Own
So Far as Middle East is Concerned
By HERMANN BOHLE
Der Tagesspiegel
Every six months, delegations
of the nine EEC countries and of
the 20 Arab League nations meet
alternately in Europe and in the
Middle East for a European-Arab
dialogue.
Last year's second meeting
which began in Brussels on Oct.
26 (the previous meeting took
place in Tunis), will bring the
first decisions on model projects
on a modern economy to be
financed through an already
established Euro-Arab fund. The
EEC provides DM8 million and
the Arab League DM 35 million.
AMONG THE recipients is
above all Somalia whose govern-
ment recently authorized the raid
on the skyjacked Lufthansa
Boeing 737 in Mogadishu, in the
course of which the hostages were
freed by the GSG-9, a special
anti-terrorist unit of the German
border police.
Only a few weeks earlier, the
EEC Commissioner for Third
Continued on Page 7-A
Ailing Hubert Inspires All Our Prayers
By HELENS. SILVER
A gaunt and ailing Sen.
Hubert Horatio Humphrey Jr.
(D., Minn.) returned to Washing-
ton in late October and was
greeted with an emotional out-
pouring of welcome and ap-
preciation.
The old Humphrey spirit that
has earned the title of "the happy
warrior" of American politics
responded with wit and courage.
"Where were you when I needed
you in 1968?" he quipped to
reporters.
MANY SPECIAL tributes
have been given Humphrey since
he began his heartbreaking bout
with terminal cancer. On Nov. 2,
the new Health, Education and
MAYOR EDWARD KOCH
Welfare Building in Washington
was named in his honor by Con-
gress. Many tributes have also
come from Jewish organizations,
for HHH has been a strong
defender of Jewish causes for
many years.
Last month, at the recent bien-
nial convention of Pioneer
Women, the Women's Labor
Continued on Page 13-A
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Friday. January 6, l97g
ORGANIZATIONAL SCENE
NCJW Spotlights Tie to Israel
More than 100.000 members of the National
Council of Jewish Women in 200 cities nationwide
will celebrate NCJW Week Jan. 8 to 14. Theme of
the celebration is "Hand-in-Hand in Israel."
announced Esther R. Landa, national president.
Meanwhile, more than 400 delegates to NC-
JW s Joint Program Institute will meet in
Washington from Jan. 16 to 19 for a session on
Social Policy and the Changing Family." The
function will culminate with the presentation of a
major award to Congresswoman Millicent
Fenwick IR., N.J.) and Elizabeth Holtzman (D..
N.Y.) for their achievements in the field of
women's rights.
The Zionists-Revisionists have officially with-
drawn their lawsuit in a New York State Court
aimed at preventing the ZOA from using pictures
of Menachem Begin and Ezer Weizman in the
Bert Rabinowitz
I
Alexander Grass
election campaign for the forthcoming 29th
Zionist Congress.
ZOA spokesmen declared that This points out
the lack of validity of the lawsuit apparent in the
first place and the fact that the Revisionists
realized, although belatedly, that they stood no
chance in the civil courts. It was a publicity stunt
that failed.'
During President Anwar el-Sadat's visit to
Israel, the intensive cardiac care ambulances that
followed the Egyptian President and Prime
Minister Begin were connected to the Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical Center 24 hour- a
day. which also had their blood types in readinr--
for any emergency.
Also on hand at a moment's notice were Dr.
Bernard Lewis. Hadassah cardiologist who had
been in London with Mr. Begin previously, and
Dr. Mahmoud Attiya. chief of cardiology at Ein
Shams University in Cairo. President Sadat's
personal physician.
The American Jewish Congress has urged the
Civil Service Commission to scrap a plan to
require federal employees and job applicants to
supply data about their race, ethnic background
and sex.
Naomi Levine, executive director of the
Congress, in a letter to Alan K. Campbell,
chairman of the Civil Service Commission, said:
"Such information on application forms facil-
itates deliberate, un ntentional discrimination.
We are by no meant persuaded that such dis-
crimination is no longer a problem."
Dr. Ira Eisenstein. president of the Recon-
Dr. David Hyatt (left), president of the
National Conference of Christians and Jews,
congratulated bv Herbert Tenzer,
is
president of the America-Israel Friendship
League, upon Hyatt's being elected to the
Executive Board of the League.
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White House Mum on Letters
To Carter from Sadat
Bruce Jenner (left), 1976 U.S. Olympic Gold
Medalist in the Decathlon event, receives an
award from sportscaster Spencer Ross at a
dinner of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University at the Waldorf Astoria.
Jenner was principal speaker at the dinner
attended by famous sports personalities and
over 300 guests who gathered to pay tribute
to the eleven Israeli athletes killed during the
1972 Olympics in Munich.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAI -
The White House has refused to
discuss the secret handwritten
letters from President Carter that
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
said prompted him to initiate
peace moves with Israel. Neither
would the White House comment
on Egypt's severance of dip-
lomatic relations with five Arab
countries that assailed his peace
initiative at the Tripoli. Libya
meeting.
"We best serve at this point,"
by not going into the Carter
letters to Sadat, Deputy Presi-
dential News Secretary Rex
Granum said.
He replied, "certainly" when
he was asked whether Secretary
of State Cyrus Vance and
National Security Affairs Ad-
viser Zbigniew Brzezinski had
been informed of the President's
letters.
ASKED WHETHER Carter
had by-passed diplomatic
channels for a period of weeks in
his letters to Sadat, Granum did
not reply directly. He pointed out
the purpose was to continue dis-
cussion of Middle East settle-
ment discussions.
Leo Pfeffer (right), special counsel to the
American Jewish Congress, receives the
Eisendrath Memorial Award of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations from its
vice president, Albert Vorspan (left). Pfeffer
was presented with the award in tribute to
his work on behalf of civil liberties and
church-state relations.
structionist Rabbinical College and the Jewish
Reconstruct ionist Foundation, has announced the
appointment of Rabbi Rebecca Trachtenberg
Alpert as curriculum adviser of the college.
Rabbi Alpert will be coordinating and advising
rabbinical students on their secular studies and
community service programs which are integral
parts of the rabbinical program of the school.
Alexander Grass, of Harrisburg, Pa., has been
named chairman of the board of the Israel
Education Fund of the United Jewish Appeal.
Named with Grass at the closing dinner of the
UJA 1978 national conference in New York was
Bert Rabinowitz. of Boston, as president of the
Israel Education Fund.
.
Jack D. Weiler, retiring president of the Joint
Distribution Committee, received the Maa
Tovim Award from Donald M. Robinson, newly-
elected president, at the annual meeting of the
IDC in New York.
Ralph I. Goldman. JDC executive vice
president, said that Weiler Is the first recipient ot
the award.
Leo Pfeffer, special counsel to the American
Jewish Congress, has been presented with the
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath Award of the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations.
The award was presented to Pfeffer at the
organization's General Assembly in San Fran-
cisco late in December.
An Associated Press dispatch
from Cairo had reported earlier
that in an interview with the AP,
Sadat said he got the idea for his
Jerusalem trip about two months
ago after corresponding with
Carter. "He didn't propose it
all." Sadat said.
"At the precise moment when I
received his personal letter in his
own handwriting that no one
knew except me and him, then I
started thinking" about the trip.
SADAT SAID the hand
written letters were sealed with
wax and delivered outside normal
diplomatic channels by a special
envoy, according to the AP
dispatch from Cairo.
Carter may have been referring
to the letters when in an inter-
view published in the New York
Times, he told columnist James
Reston in reply to whether he
knew about the Sadat trip to
Jerusalem in advance: "Sadat
and I exchange communications
frequently."
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Have Sadat and Hussein
Come to Secret Agreement?
Zionist Information Service
CAIRO There are reports that President Sadal and King
Hussein concluded a secret pact during the King's visit to Cairo and
I will discreetly coordinate policies during the next round of Middle
Kast diplomacy. While Jordan will not he formally represented at the
['airo talks. Sadat will maintain direct contact with Hussein as the
conference nets under way.
According to reliable sources. Sadat and Hussein reached agree-
ment as to what should he demanded of the Israelis with res|>ect to the
West Hank and (ia/.a Strip.
Hl'SKKIN WAS assured in Cairo that Sadat has some degree of
I ticking from the Saudis and the Gulf States. The same discovery may
have been made the hard way by Syria's President \ssad as he toured
|Saudi \rabia, Kuwait. Hahrain. Quatar and the United Arab
l mirales.
They found no sympathy for Syria's decision to join the
rejectionisls" <>1 Libya and the extremist Palestinians in a front
linsl Sadat instead. King Khalid is said to have rebuked Assad for
In-, continuing military dependence on Russia.
SO ASSAD now finds a formidable line-up of raised eyebrows
[directed at him: Saudi Arabia. Jordan. Kuwait. Hahrain. Quatar.
Iiiiun and the rest of the (lulf States. Morocco, Tunisia. Sudan. North
i linen and Somalia.
Syria's only certain allies are Libya. Algeria. South Yemen, the
I'M) and the Soviet Union. And although the lraquis take the most
radical line of all. they are no friends of Assad, and have been deeply
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How Press Sees Middle East
By PHILIP KLEINMAN
London Chronicle Feature
^ LONDON Though Fleet
Street now devotes an enormous
amount of space i" the Middle
Mast, it-- comments lend to run in
predictable grooves. Thus there-
was nothing in the least sur-
prising in the tact that most
national papers hailed President
Sadat's visit to Jerusalem as a
momentous step towards peace,
nor in their urging I'rime Min-
ister Megin to make some im-
mediate concession to match.
It was unfortunately also nut
surprising that no paper
managed to gi\e the impression
that it really understood what
was going on in the Middle East
Mehind all the rhetoric, who has
In'en doing what to whom'.'
THK FIRST plausible answer
to that question that I have seen
is in the latest issue of Jon
Kimche's Afro-Asian Affairs
newsletter. If I rarely quote from
this publication, it is not because
it is less interesting on the
Middle Kast than the national
newspapers the opposite is
usually the case hut because
the main task of this column is to
monitor general press attitudes.
For once, however, let us forget
Fleet Street, and concentrate on
Kimche's remarkable report. As
usual, he quotes no sources, and I
cannot vouch for its accuracy.
Hut it does make sense.
According to Kimche. the
events which triggered Sadat's
mission took place not in Kgypt
hut in Syria, which in October
Ix'gan to move 30.000 of its
42.000 troops in Lebanon
(Kimche's figures! to the (lolan
front. Others were sent to
Southern Lebanon to pose as
Palestinian guerrillas.
TOWARDS the end of
October. President Assad in-
formed Sadat that Israel was
reinforcing its positions in the
north and clearly preparing for a
preemptive strike into Lebanon
or Syria. Assad also told Sadat of
his own troop movements and
requested parallel action by
Egyptian forces in Sinai.
Sadat responded by ordering
large-scale military exercises. On
the other side. Israel altered her
forces to the dangers in both
south and north. Meanwhile,
Russia resumed delayed arms
deliveries to Syria, and Yasir
Arafat delivered at the beginning
of November a speech which
appeared to cancel the PLO's
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its men from Southern Lebanon.
Alarmed at the way things
were shaping up, and remem-
bering how Syria and Russia and
maneuvered Nasser into the
measures which led to the Six
Day War. Sadat decided to
hosts that he was not in Jeru-
salem to negotiate. He and they
agreed that negotiations should
be conducted in Cairo The Presi-
dent did not. unlike many leader
writers, believe that complicated
issues could be resolved on the
snurof the moment
IN BRITAIN
preempt any step taken by
either the Syrians or the Pales-
tinians which might have pro-
voked the Israelis into an action
similar to that of June. 1967." In
other word-, the object of his
Jerusalem mission was not pri-
marily to make peace but to save
Kgypt."' To save Egypt.
however, he needed peace
SADAT. Bays Kimche. told his
Another point of cardinal
importance made by Kimche is
that Sadat's initiative had Saudi
backing and that Prince Pahd
encouraged him to go to Jeru-
salem and to seek an acceptable
Palestinian settlement not
necessarily with the PLO." On
this point. at least. some evidence
should eventually be forth-
coming.
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CJA-IEF: The Eye-Opener
There is no doubt that, prior to his world tour,
President Carter's press interview on television during
which he expressed his opposition to a "radical Pales-
tinian state on the West Bank, added even more confuswn
to the negotiations between Israel and Egypt than would
otherwise be the case.
What the President's meeting with Anwar Sadat on
Wednesday did to allay Egypt's fears on this matter is
something over which we can only speculate.
But it is no speculation that whatever retractions he
may have made to soothe the troubled waters of
negotiation can do Israel no good.
Under any circumstances, former President Gerald
Ford is certainly in a splendid position to know the
behind-the-scenes problems marking the ta ks these days
and his appearance before the inaugural of the LJA-itr
campaign Saturday night on Miami Beach may well give
us some useful hints.
Mr. Ford's regular briefings by President Carter
certainly qualify him to do that, let alone his own
prestigious position as immediate past President ot the
nation in which capacity he was responsible for the
execution of our foreign policy.
No Slackening of Effort
It would be naive to assume that Mr. Ford will reveal
all. But the CJA-IEF opener should certainly be exciting
in its own right.
Political matters apart, we should not forget the
purpose of the Saturday night event. As 1978 CJA-IEF
Chairman Harry B. Smith has already indicated, the
success of the campaign is vitally important in main-
taining the 30-year partnership between the American
Jewish community and Israel.
Especially todav. with peace hopefully in sight, our
community's need to strengthen this partnership has
never been so critical. The rigors of peace are no less
profound than the rigors of war. We must not slacken our
efforts.
Report from Histadrut
The Israel Histadrut Foundation gathering on Miami
Beach only hours after the historic Dec. 25 meeting
between President Sadat and Prime Minister Begin in
Ismailia was an inspiring occasion.
In the form of a Solidarity Festival, the gathering
gave added impetus to the American Jewish community's
determination to be united with Israel in this, the most
fateful hour of her history, when every concession she
makes toward peace must be weighed in the balance
against a future security liability.
Israel Ambassador Simcha Dinitz' presence gave
added significance to the function, and his ringing
declaration that "We are prepared to sign peace
agreements with each and every onej)f the Arab countries
neighboring Israel right now'' brought deserved applause
from the gathering and reiteration of its solidarity with
Israel's decisions in the search for a Mideast peace.
South Florida is especially fortunate that Dr. Leon
Kronish. national board chairman of Histadrut. is also one
of its distinguished spiritual leaders. Through his report
to the community, the distance events on the shores of the
Mediterranean were made as clear as if they were oc-
curring right here on the shores of Biscayne Bay.
Passing of Miriam Sirkin
The loss of Mrs. Miriam Sirkin on the eve of the New
Year impoverishes all of our merriment. Not only was
Mrs. Sirkin active in a broad range of civic and Jewish
communal causes, but her efforts extended to national and
international endeavor, as well.
The community will remember her as a great and
good friend even in areas where her major activities, one
would have thought, would leave her little time to par-
ticipate.
To list them all here would be fruitless. It would, in
fact, take the facilities of a telephone directory to do that.
As well, the specifics could not possibly add to Mrs.
Sirkin's distinction.
For it was the enthusiasm of her talented leadership
that will make us all miss her. not simply the names of
causes or the multiplicity of her interest.
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dilection for books generally, and
for education generally, although
our stunning successes in the
non-theological word, in the fields
of non-theological literature and
academic scholarship, are
relatively recent, in fact as recent
as the Haskalah itself.
And for good religious reasons:
we have been enjoined from
making graven images and from
using our sacred language for
profane purposes. It took us a
long time to get around these
prohibitions to move from the
world of the Yeshuvnik to, say.
the world of Franz Kafka.
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ALL OF which is germane to
my own childhood memories of a
house chock-full of books in many
languages Hebrew. Yiddish.
Russian, English, German and
of the reverence I was taught to
hold for them.
Over the years, in my own
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home, our library has grown by
leaps and bounds. It is nowhere
near as exotic as was my father's,
being mainly in English and, as
the Haskalah has ordained,
mainly non-theological, but it is
far more voluminous.
What is worse, books are
space-consuming, and the more
of them you get. a member of the
Nation of the Book or not. the
more you begin being plagued by
perverse dreams about how
relieving it would be if only you
could make a gift of them to some
worthy institution.
No, not all of your books, of
course. Just some of them.
A FEW years ago. in just this
selfless spirit of wanting to share
our heritage with others. I
packed up a dozen or so cartons
and dropped in at the college
library. Would they send a truck
around to pick them up? There
was in those cartons, I assured
them, some very valuable stuff.
It would be a boon to everybody,
including the Foreign Language
Department.
The librarian, a fellow pro-
fessor and old curmudgeon, j
shrugged. Bring em by. if you
care to. and we'll lake a look-see.
Generally, we don't care for gifts
of books."
"But 1 don't have a truck." I
complained, shocked at his indif-
ference. How can I bring them
by? It's not just a few paper-
backs I'm talking about. And
what do you mean, you don't care
for gifts of books? What's your
stock-in-trade here anyway,
vacuum cleaners?''
THE HELL with him, I
thought. What can you expect
from goyim anyway?
I promptly made a rapid
mental survey of the Jewish
institutions that would jump at
my books thrift shops, aged
homes whose residents were
simply dying for something
worthwhile to read, hospitals
with libraries for their patients,
synagogues, youth centers. The
possibilities were endless.
My first call was to a thrift
Continued on Page 13-A

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Problem of Single Jewish Parents
Friday. January 6.1978
Volume 51
27 TEVETH 5738
Number 1
Last September I found a Sew
York Times editorial stating that
one-third of the nation's children
are being raised by only one
parent difficult to believe. But I
also had problems accepting the
astonishing statistic of Jewish
poverty when that was first
revealed several years ago and
events have proved how accurate
that was.
Determined to discover for
myself how real this was among
American Jews I have been
convinced by investigation, as
well as by colleagues in syna-
gogue administration and other
knowledgable people, that there
is indeed a problem of no small
dimension for us as Jews and as
human beings. I do not have the
resources for a statistical studv
so I am pleased that the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has
developed a questionnaire on
single parent families in the
synagogues of the area which
indicates a determination not to
avoid this problem any longer.
BUT IT is an uncomfortable
fact that only about 30 percent of
Miami's Jews are affiliated with a
synagogue. A goodly percentage
of them are older persons without
dependent children which is
really what the Federation's -
and the synagogue's present
concern is all about. How does
one reach the unaffiliated. those
who for many reasons, but too
often economics (the report of the
Carnegie Council on Children
shows that one-fourth to one-
third of all children live under
conditions of poverty I do not
belong to a synagogue? This is a
Edward
Cohen
problem that the Jewish com-
munity must address itself to if it
is to survive Jewishly. And
without too much delay.
In those areas where children
are to be found in statistically
viable numbers, there is little
question that Greater Miami has
a substantial number of single
parent families. One congre-
gation with a mixed urban-sub-
urban membership accounts for
20 percent of its substantial
Religious School enrollment in
that category while others range
from 10 to 15 percent. Admit-
tedly, many of these children
represent a financial burden on
congregations which are finding
themselves less able than for-
merly to handle the cost of
educating even those Jewish
children who come to their doors.
How many are turned away can
only be guesswork, for no syna-
gogue will admit to such a harsh
procedure while at the same time
setting up psychological barriers
of rejection.
Some Federations throughout
the country have begun, in a
small way. to recognize that.
since most Jewish education
takes piace in the synagogue,
there is a responsibility for th
community to assume some
the burden represented by thos
unable to pay their way. Moi
pertinently, it is a matter of com
munity self-interest and survival
as a Chicago Federation poste
headlines: "Jewish Education
It's For Life."
LAST September the Chicag
Federation through its Syna
gogue-Federation Relation
Committee (whatever did happe
to Miami's?), announced th
creation of the Federation Ed
cation Encouragement Fund.' I
is a modest fund, beginning wit.
SI5.000 to be made available t
families, based on their financia
need, in stipends of up to S200
toward Jewish educational fees
The program," according to the
announcement, "is aimed at
involving families with syna
gogue life through the intro
duction of their children to
Jewish education in the syna-
gogue of their choice" (italics
mine).
I am convinced that, at this
time, those who need the most
help in this area are single
parents (nearly all of them
women) whose incomes do not
permit them the "luxury" of
paying even a small amount for
the Jewish education of their
children. Granting that some
synagogues could do better than
they are, the over-riding fact is
that this must be a total com-
munity commitment if it is to
succeed in the mitzvah of helping
these women in their search for
Jewish roots through the Jewish
education of their children.


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Friday, January 6,1978
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Page 5-A
Letters to the drtor
ACLU 'Harmful,' Rabbi Declares
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In his column, "Jewish Anger
Harmful to ACLU" (Friday,
Dec. 16), Edward Cohen failed to
understand that the ACLU is
harmful to the Jewish people and
Western civilization, and
especially to the civil liberties
about which he is so concerned.
His insensitivity to the issue is
revealed by the simple fact that
he failed to mention the word
"genocide." which is the central
element in the whole debate.
Advocacy of genocide is not a
civil liberty guaranteed by the
First Amendment or by an other
article of our Const itution.
EVEN IF by some narrow
interpretation of the First
Amendment the ACLU wishes to
underscore the legal right of the
Nazis to march or to advocate
genocide, it surely is immoral for
any Jew to support an organiza-
tion that wants to fight for the
right of the American Nazi Party
or anyone else who advocates
genocide.
We Jews understand very well
the importance of our First
Amendment. We understand it
even better than Fdward Cohen
and the ACLU because we
believe they make a mockery of
the First Amendment when they
use the American Judicial system
to justify any rights for the
American Nazi Party.
RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian.
I never write to columnists
stating my opinion on their
opinions, but Edward Cohen's
article in The Jewish Floridian of
Dec. lti, Jewish Anger Harmful
to ACLU." aroused my anger.
ile states thai ACLU defends
the First Amendment to the
Constitution defending free
speech for all. True, but when
hatemongers want to yell "Fire"
in a crowded theater, as the
saying goes, it is forbidden. As
should be forbidden the Nazis
and KKK from displaying their
hatred, anti-Semitism and anti-
Israel feelings.
THEY appeal to bigots who
are taken in by their effective
speeches and marches and believe
everything told them. They don't
know about the First Amend-
ment, nor would they care if they
knew. How many higher-edu-
cated people believe in the First
Amendment? I venture to guess
very few.
I listen to station WKAT talk
shows and hear these Bible-
quoting people call in to the talk-
masters and spew their hatred for
the Jews enough to make my
blood boil.
Mrs. Shirley Spellerberg s
program in the evening is an open
forum for these hate-mongers
What about the Christian
Yellow Pages" urging people to
buy only from "Christians'".' Is
Aryeh Neier fighting these people
instead of fighting to allow the
Nazis to march in Skokie. 111., in
a predominantly Jewish neigh-
borhood? 1 find it ironic.
I AM very happy that Jews are
not contributing to the ACLU.
That will teach Neier a lesfon
whom to defend. Stick to
defending Jews.
To turn to another subject.
Please clear this up for me. Quite
some time ago, newspapers
reported that Egypt's
Ambassador to the U.S Ashraf
Ghorbal, made anti-Semitic and
anti-Israel remarks while he was
visiting Argentina. He tried to
deny it. Now we read that he
addressed leaders of the Syna-
gogue Council of America at the
Carnegie Fndowment Center for
Peace. I can't reconcile these two
events.
MRS. ROSE ESGAR
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
A great lady has passed from
among us.
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have the same ring of the
boisterous, happy-go-lucky,
under the influence of liquor
shouts of "Hap-py New Year"
heard around the world last New
Year's Eve.
Our New Year is not celebrated
with wine, women and song in
nightclubs and dance halls, but in
synagogues and houses of
worship. It is celebrated with the
dedication to peace, hope for the
future and above all with soul-
searching.
OUR ULTIMATE aim? Call it
Utopia, call it Messianism. The
goal is genuine peace on earth as
envisioned by Isaiah who wrote,
"They shall beat their swords
into plowshares and their spears
into pruning hooks; nation shall
not lift sword against nation,
neither shall they team war any
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Friday, January 6,1978
New Film Depicts Life of Auschwitz Chief Rudolf Hoess
By BRIGITTE JEREMIAS
Frankfurter Allgemeine
"As time went by I lost all
sense of feeling, thinking of Jews
as units rather than as human
beings." Franz Lang, alias
Rudolf Hoess, the commanding
officer of Auschwitz, is on record
as saying.
These were his actual words,
noted during interrogation by a
British intelligence officer in
Schleswig-Hostein in 1946 before
he was extradited to Poland.
Theodor Kotulla's film, Aus
einem deutschen Leben (From a
German Life Story), shows how a
been telling him. Hoess, the
truth.
What Himmler had told him
was that unless the Germans
exterminated the Jews the Jews
would exterminate the Germans.
In 1942, when the "final solu-
tion" was embarked on, this was
an utterly absurd claim.
YET BY that time. Rudolf
Hoess had been trained to accept
and carry out orders without
question. As a tenant farmer he
had married when told to do so
by his Junker landlord.
He had married and fathered
children because, as he put it, a
WORLD OF ART
run-of-mill German was trained
to act on orders, to become the
perfect automaton without whom
a fascist system cannot function.
BARE scenes interrupted only
by explanatory subtitles outline
the life story of a German born at
the turn of the century.
Hoess served in the Great War,
being taught by his captain that
"I am German by denom-
ination." Then he worked in a
factory, followed by a spell with a
Freikorps as a soldier of fortune
and a jail sentence for murder in
uniform.
He then worked on the land
and proved a successful farmer,
joining first the SA, then the
mounted SS, finally serving as a
guard officer at Dachau and com-
manding officer at Auschwitz.
THIS, then, is the life story of
Rudolf Hoess. a story that has
interested director Theodor
Kotulla for the past twenty
years.
In 1957, he read Robert Merle's
Der Tod ist mein Metier (Death is
My Business), followed a year
later by Hoess's autobiography
(Hoess was extradited to Poland
and executed in Auschwitz on
April 16. 1947).
Kotulla tells his life story in a
low-key, unifnpassioned manner
well suited to explaining how a
man can become an unthinking
subject, happy merely to serve
his Fuehrer.
UNDER ARREST Hoess was
asked whether he would do it all
again and help to exterminate
four million units" Jews.
Poles. gypsies. and rep-
resentatives of other sub-
humans.
Would he subject them to
special treatment" in the gas
chamber again, given the oppor-
tunity? Hoess was not sure.
Heinrich Himmler. his superior
officer, had committee suicide
and could conceivably not have
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family.
One hardly need emphasize
how important a film of this
nature is, voicing views that
everyone in the appropriate age
bracket heard often enough at the
time.
Germans who experienced the
Nazi era at first hand will all have
been familiar with sentiments of
this kind, and although they may
not have given them much
thought the ideas were certainly
drummed into an entire
generation.
GOTZ GEORGE, starring as
Franz Lang, alias Rudolf Hoess,
makes the leading role a man
with whom we can almost
sympathize.
Director Kotulla arranges
everything around Hoess, his
butcher of a male lead, for whom
the victims 9,446 a day at the
height of operations are no
more than figures entered into his
secret files and smoke rising from
the crematorium chimneys the
following day.
Kotulla dispenses with doc-
umentary material, no doubt
assuming that we have all seen
the relevant newsreel footage.
This approach is perhaps too
abstract in view of the medium.
DOCUMENTARY material as
Bare scenes interrupted only by explanatory subtitles
outline the life story of a German born at the turn of the
centurv Hoess served in the Great War. being taught by
his captain that "lama German by denomination. Then
he worked in a factory, followed by a spell with a
Freikorps as a soldier of fortune and a jail sentence for
murder in uniform.
shown in Alain Resnais" Bei
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in the long run.
Images make a more lasting
mark on the subconscious than
either words or figures. A reality
that is beyond comprehension
and. whether or not younger gen-
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to the overwhelming majority of
Germans who were not pro-Hitler
at the time is a fact that cannot
be outdone by fiction, no matter
how deadpan, educational or well-
meant.
This is why, sad to say, Theo-
dor Kotulla's serious and major
film will not have the mass
appeal it deserves.
HE MISCALCULATED inas-
much as the documentary ap-
proach he tried to avoid can only
be outdone by satire, or possibly
by surrealistic means.
Take, for instance, Wolfgang
Staudte's 1951 film version of
Heinrich Mann's novel Der
Untertan (The Loyal Subject) or
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It recognizes Israel's right to
live with its neighbors in peace
and within "secure and recog-
nized borders";
9 The settlement policy where-
by Israeli settlers are
establishing themselves on Arab
territory is termed "illegal";
The Palestinian people have a
legitimate right to national
identity and a "Palestinian
homeland" is necessary.
THE EEC does under no
circumstances intend to go
beyond these positions. Instead,
ment, financial cooperation,
trade, scientific and technological
cooperation, and finally cultural,
social and labor issues.
The choice of subjects shows
that both parties have an equal
interest in this dialogue. Some 13
percent of EEC exports the
nine EEC countries are the
world's greatest trading powers
are bought by the Arab
countries. This represented in
1975 an increase by 314 percent,
compared with an increase in
EEC imports from the 20 Arab
League nations by 191 percent.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
"I'll bet you anything ... some people are going to make a
mountain out of Q molehill and call this a scandal." (Cartoon:
Mark us Stern I
EEC's Private World
Continued from Page 1-A
World issues, the Frenchman, M.
(heysson. had spent two hours in
discussions with Somalia's head
of state, Mai. Gen. Barre in
Mogadishu.
The representative ol the 13-
member Brussels Commission
was the first prominent West
European ever to lie received by
Gen. Barre. It i- an open secret
among EEC pundits that the
climate between Europeans and
Arabs has changed.
THIS COULD have been a
contributing factor in facilitating
cooperation with the Arabs in
connection with the skyjacking
incident (including South
Yemen's refusal to harbor the
terrorists whose release was to be
coerced in exchange for the
hostages).
The Arabs continue to exert
pressure on the EEC to lend the
European \rab dialogue, which
centers around economic co-
operation, a political dimension.
The Brussels talks will again
revolve around the establishment
ol ,i political concert at ion com-
mittee." The Arab objective in
this connection is to achieve
closer C.....(lination in the policy
vis-a-vis the PLO The EEC has
already embraced the following
fundamental principles in a
number of official statements:
it rather seems prepared to
modify even some of these tenet >.
Belgium's Foreign Minister Si-
monet recently caused a stir
among Arabs when he declared
that the Arab UN offensive
against the Israelis could not tail
to have repercussions on Furo-
Arab talks.
All of a sudden, he only spoke
of an "autonomous existence of
the Palestinians within a frame-
work still to be defined." The
term "homeland" was no longer
mentioned by him. and he even
went so far as to say that the
Palestinian issue was for the
other Arabs not only a "perma-
nent reproach" but that it also
provided them with more
political scope in other words.
a constant pretext with which to
obtain concessions from part ners
In view of this situation, it
cannot be expected that the
Arabs would achieve much with
long political debates at the
Brussels dialogue. Instead, the
lack of clarity in the international
situation makes it advisable for
both parties to concentrate on
economic questions.
THE TOPICS of the dialogue
are: industrialization. basic
infrastructure in the Arab
countries, agricultural develop-
In other words, the EEC is
reducing its foreign trade deficit
by stepped-up trade with the
Arab countries. Due to the four-
fold increase of oil prices, this
deficit reached the DM49,400
million mark in 1974, sub-
sequently dropping to DM25,400
million as a result of increased
exports.
THE CONCRETE objective of
the dialogue is to organize co-
operation on a broad basis. But
this is hampered by the different
interests of individual Arab
nations.
The populous and poor Egypt
needs entirely different things
from Europe than do the oil-rich
and sparsely populated Persian
Gulf Emirates. Sub-committees
for the above-mentioned topics
are making headway very slowly.
An already-worked out draft
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the Arab countries from
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Ford to Address
CJA-IEF Opener
Continued from Page 1-A
reasons. One is that we must
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in order to show our undivided
support for Israel in its quest for
a secure Middle East peace. The
other is our determination to
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in order to assure that strength.
"FOR THESE reasons, we are
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AT THE inaugural function.
President Ford will be honored
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's most valued award.
the Shomer Am Yisroel Menorah.
It has been presented to in-
dividuals outside the ranks of the
community only twice before
to Abba Fban. for whom the
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*Jenii> f/triafiatri
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New Mayor's Charismatic Competence
T
Continued from Page 1-A
chose a candidate on the basis of
religion rather than merit, "I
think it will be bad for the Jews,
because everything that goes
wrong with the city, they'll say,
yeah, there's that Jewish
mayor.' '
Lots went wrong in New York
City during the administration of
Abe Beame, the Big Apple's first
Jewish chief executive. He got
Jots of blame and plenty of brick-
bats but not because he was
Jewish.
"" So Ed Koch went after the
mayoralty, fully aware of the
political headaches that went
with the job, and he won it
against three opponents, Cuomo,
the Liberal Catholic, who had
been beaten in the first primary
and again in the runoff for the
Democratic nomination; Roy
Goodman, the Republican, and
Barry Farber, the Conservative,
the latter two of whom are both
Jewish.
FOUR YEARS ago when Koch
made his first tentative stab at
the mayoralty, he said that if
apartment in Manhattan's
Greenwich Village section. When
his father's modest fur business
failed during the Depression, the
family kept going by running a
cloakroom concession in a
Newark catering hall.
IN GOTHAM
nominated and elected, the Jews
of the city "are not going to get
more because I'm Jewish, but
they are not going to get less
either. I'm not going to take a
back seat because I'm a J ew. "He
meant it then and he means it
now that he's become the second
Jew elected mayor of New York.
Son of Polish immigrants,
Koch was born in the Bronx in
1924, was raised in Brooklyn and
now lives in a rent controlled
Ed rose before dawn to travel
to City College from Brooklyn,
worked nights as a delicatessen
counter man and helped out
weekends at his family's Newark
business. An NYU Law School
graduate, he was a combat in-
fantry rifleman in Europe during
World War II. His first elective
office was as president of the
Young Israel of Flatbush Center
in 1948.
IN 1963 Koch created his first
political stir by defeating Car-
mine de Sapio, then leader of
Tammany Hall, for the Green-
wich Village Democratic district
leadership. To show it was no
fluke he did it again in 1964 and
1965 as one of the two heads of
the Village Independent Demo-
crats. In 1966, Koch was elected
to the City Council, the first
Democrat to win in the 2nd
Councilmanic District in 38
years.
Two years later, Koch was
elected to Congress from what
was then the 17th Congressional
District of New York (the so-
called Silk Stocking district
formerly represented by John V.
Lindsay who gave up the seat to
run for mayor, the first Democrat
to win that seat in 31 years.
When he entered Congress, he
gave up his law practice and has
never accepted fees or honoraria
In Congress, he lined up with th<
anti-war forces and earned ;
reputation as one of the hardesl
working liberal freshmen. He won
reelection easily in 1970, 1972
1974 and 1976.
KOCH IS NOT the kind ol
liberal who tilts at windmills but
one who succeeded in making
alliances with the House leader
ship to translate his causes, such
as mass transit aid, privacy and
home health care, into law.
He was a vigorous foe of the
Arab boycott of Israel before it
became a oopular issue. Years
before the big rush of Soviet
Jewish immigrants to the United
States, Koch was involved in per-
suading the Attorney General
and the Secretary of State to
agree to allow substantial
numbers of Soviet Jews to enter
the country under the Attorney
General's parole authority.
NEXT WEEK: A final view
The Jewish Week
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WE ARE HER
CHILDREN
..She had the saint' dream so many other 15-year
I girls had at that time. To fall in love. To many.
Ife have children ol her own. And to raise those
children in the same faith her parents had
raised her.
J5ut of course, thai was far too dangerous
m dream.
Because she was a Jew.
In the 34 years since Anne Frank was mur-
dered, we have been told time and time again
that the Holocaust was an isolated nightmare
in human hiMory and could never happen again.
("hat it is no different, no mute dangerous, to be
a Jew now than it is to be anything else.
Then why were Mark Slavin and David Berger
and 9other Olympic Athletes murdered at Munich
In 1972?
Then win was it ne essary for Israeli commandos to navel
2500 miles to rescue 103 hostages, some of them American Jews,
at Entebbe in 1976?
And why were the German terrorists who seized the Lufthansa
plane in October of 1977 so intent on finding out which ol its
passengers were Jews?
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Federation to say to ourselves and our friends and our enemies,
that what happened to Anne Frank and so many other innocent
Jews since Anne Frank, must not happen again.
Today, while we hope and pray that present events may lead to
a lasting peace in the Mideast and the reduction of global anti-
Semitism, we must realize that the people of Israel and Jews all over
the world need our help now as much as ever.
And as Israel endures and is finally recognized by all nations as
the spiritual home of Jews everywhere, the world will become a bet-
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Friday, January 6, 1978
Carter Flies to Soothe Ruffled Sada
Continued from Page 1-A
The unscheduled Carter visit
was seen as an attempt to soothe
the potentially explosive
situation that might have
emerged when Sadat predicted
that the Carter interview would
make negotiations with Israel
more difficult and far more pro-
tracted than before.
CARTER arrived in Aswan at
noon (5 a.m. Miami time) on his
Rabat summit calling for total
withdrawal of Israeli troops from
all occupied Arab lands and the
right of the Palestinians to an
independent state.
But already before his meeting
with President Carter here,
President Sadat indicated that a
compromise between Egypt and
Israel on this issue was in the
works.
On his arrival in Warsaw.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
way from Riyadh, the Saudi
Arabian capital. It is not quite
dear what passed between the
two leaders, but it is understood
that Carter emphasized that,
during his television interview,
he had expressed only his
unalterable opposition to the
establishment of a "radical"
Palestinian entity on the West
Hank and his preference for a fed-
erated relationship between such
an entity and Israel and Jordan.
The meeting was considered of
utmost importance because of the
political committee session set
for Jerusalem on Jan. 16, during
which Israel Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan and Egypt's
Foreign Minister Mohammed
Kamel will continue what is now
-eferred to as the "Cairo
nomentum."
Also expected to attend the
meeting is I S. Secretary of
>tate Cyrus Vance.
AS OF Wednesday, President
Sadat continued to insist on the
jxisition adopted at the 1974
Carter declared that he favored a
non-independent Palestinian
homeland linked to Jordan a
virtual replay of his TV interview
of the day before. Simultaneously
in Cairo, in an effort to downplay
his original "surprised, dis-
appointed, embarrassed''
reaction to the Carter statement.
Sadat declared that "I have for
the past four years been calling
for a link between Jordan and the
envisaged Palestinian state."
THIS represented a distinct
modification of his previous
stand. And then on Sunday, in
Teheran, during President
Carter's meetings with the Shah
ol Iran, the President noted that
he believed that Jordan's King
Hussein would eventually join
the Cairo talks.
In the radical Aral) world,
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*"Jknit fhrkttain
Page 11-A
>r Sensed Sadat's Tensions
Ltinued from Page 1-A
J The results are mixed, but
Iress evaluator does show
Je was being honest when
Ising his desire to have no
[wars. For example, there
) stress in his voice when he
that Jewish widows and
s were as tragic as Arab
hen he mentioned "a perma-
Jand just peace" and that
even one more drop of blood
Id be shed," his voice was
ctly normal. The President's
rity was also apparent when
Sked about the psychological
Ef of "doubts, suspicions
alienation which comprise 70
^nt of the conflict." There
|no tension in his voice at this
t either.
/EN President Sadat may
want peace, the stress
jator reveals that there is
fetance and tension in his
when he talks about co-
tation with Israel. This
bivalence is indicated in the
lence already partially cited:
ANWAR SADAT
There is no tension in the first
part of the phrase when he talks
about his sincerity, but the graph
jumps when he mentions tactics
and war. This is not that sur-
prising since the President has
never completely excluded the
military option if diplomacy ends
in failure.
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have come to you to establish
.ether a permanent and just
Ice in order that not even one
Ire drop of blood should be
Id."
[The phrase, "establish
-ether, caused a great jump in
bsion on the graph, and this
sistance was confirmed
lytime he used the same or
-nilar words throughout his
leech. One of the Middle East
lecialists analyzing the PSE's
suits, thought it was possible
Lai the President had come to
intellectual conclusion that
trael had to be accepted but that
ationally he still finds it
tlliiult to countenance
.his interpretation was
irengthened when the sentence.
Peace is not a signature under
'written lines l>ul new lines of a
IJustory," is analyzed, as here the
PSE shows little stress.
PRESIDENT Sadat's ambiva-
ent attitude is also revealed in
he sentence: "There are those
i'ho say my decision to come here
an insincere one and that this
liep l- a political tactic on the
pad towards another war."
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Sada t also emphasized
that he had not come to
sign a separate peace
agreement, but the stress
evaluator showed con-
siderable tension when
this point was raised. The
fact that the Egyptian
leader had just called for
the conference in Cairo ...
seems to vindicate the
PSE's ('valuation.
Turning to the Palestinian
Arab problem, the Egyptian
President seems less than sin-
cere. When he said, "no one
denies they are the main prob-
lem and" "in all frankness,
without the Palestinians there is
no peace." I he graph reveals
marked stress on the words
"frankness," "denies" and
"problem."
Kb many people have sus-
pected, the Egyptians may be
[ess interested in their Arab
brothers than they pretend to be.
IN HIS speech. President
Sadat also emphasized that he
had not come to sign a separate
peace agreement, but the stress
evaluator showed considerable
tension when this point was
raised. The fact that the
Egyptian leader has just called
for the conference in Cairo where
he will be willing to talk with only
the Israelis if no one else comes
seems to vindicate the PSE S
e\ aluation.
On the other hand. President
Sadat seems to mean what he
savs when he declared, "our land
is not for bargaining." There was
no tension in his voice, and he
Clearly wants it all back. The
President's sincerity also seemed
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There was some tension in his
voice on the word, "decision."
but this is probably because it
was a tense and difficult step if
not to say courageous.
President Sadat's ambivalence
towards Israel is not surprising.
After all. he mentioned the word.
saalem, many times in his speech
without any trace of tension, but
he never used the word solah.
IN ARABIC, saalem means a
cessation of hostility, but solah
means a full legal reconciliation.
The first word stresses the ab-
sence of negative factors, the
second the existence of positive
ones.
Perhaps the main point,
however, is that the President
sincerely wants to avoid any
further wars. The one million
Egyptians who greeted him upon
his return don't need a stress
evaluator to measure their desire
for peace, and neither do Israel's
citizens whose yearning for peace
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Friday. January 6, 1978
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Beachite: I Didn't Come to Live Under Egyptian Rule
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general strike called by the local
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ister Menachem Begin's plan
that would return all of Sinai to
Egyptian rule.
The worried settlers were
reacting to published reports that
the Yamit area and the sur-
rounding settlements would
revert to Egyptian sovereignty
within three years, and until then
would be under United Nations
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THEY SAID they were told by
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opportunities and challenges to
young, ambitious people with
wide horizons.
An American woman who
settled in Yamit recently. Carol
Roadblatt, told a reporter, "I did
not leave Miami Beach to live
under Egyptian rule. I came to
live in Israel."
DAVID MARGOLIT. head of
the Yamit yeshiva. said a group
of residents went to see Likud
Knesset members to protest the
Begin plan. "They are simply
blinded by Begin's moves," he
said. Another deputation of
settlers went to Jerusalem today
to demonstrate outside the Prime
Minister's office while the Cabi-
net was in special session.
The scope of the protests was
widened by a meeting at Ofra of
representatives of virtually all of
the Jewish settlements, who
came from Sharm el-Sheikh.
Sinai, the West Bank and the
Golan Heights.
All of the speakers said they
would fight the Begin proposals
by all possible means, starting
with a demonstration in front of
the Knesset building.
THE OFRA meeting involved
not only spokesmen for Gush
Emunim but also representatives
of other settlement movements.
An agreement emerged from the
heated discussions that the
settlements should fight Begin
under one overall committee.
Moshe Shamir of Likud and a
member of the Greater Israel
In the United States,
meanwhile, there was a
sharp reversal of attitudes
toward Begin. The
Mapam-oriented Amer-
icans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair
I API-HH) issued a state-
ment praising the Prime
Minister's "new flexibility
toward territorial conces-
sions in return for peace."
But a group calling itself
the National Union of
Jewish Activists ... de-
nounced Begin's plans for
self-rule for the Arabs...
many of the points contained in
the Mapam peace plan issued
following the Six-Day War and of
which Begin was very often
critical."
Kagan noted that, ironically,
much of the criticism in Israel
against Begin now comes from
his own party.
The National Union, many of
whose members, including
Kahane, had hailed Begins
election victory last May, today
condemned him for allegedly
giving away "an inalienable part
of the historic land of Israel
which God has given exclusively
to the Jewish people."
They accused the Prime Min-
ister of betraying "all of the great
religious and nationalist prin-
ciples" that he had "fought for all
of his life" and of "surrender to
international pressure for one- lP
sided Israeli concessions."
Movement, formerly one of
Begin's staunchest supporters,
denounced the Prime Minister,
declaring he had betrayed" his
supporting voters. Shamir
declared that the people of Israel
were "drunk" with euphoria. He
said the Begin proposal was a
"folly" and a "grave mistake."
Yigal Cohen, another Likud
MK. rejected the idea of placing
Israeli settlements in the Sinai
under Egyptian or United
Nations rule.
SOME observers said the
presence of Rabbi Haim Druk-
man. a National Religious Party
MK, among the demonstrators at
Ofra might indicate a coming
split within the NRP on the
Egyptian-Israeli negotiations. In
an earlier development, Zvi
Shiloah. chairman of the Greater
Israel Movement, resigned from
the Likud Executive in protest
against the Begin plan.
In the United States, mean-
while, there was a sharp reversal
of attitudes toward Begin. The
Mapam-oriented Americans for
Progressive Israel-Hashomer
Hatzair (API-HH) issued a
statement praising the Prime
Minister's "new flexibility
towards territorial concessions in
return for peace." But a group
calling itself the National Union
of Jewish Activists, led by
Jewish Defense League founder
Meir Kahane. denounced Begin's
plans for self-rule for the Arabs of
the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
THE API-HH statement,
issued by Moshe Kagan, chair-
man of its policy committee, said.
"We are encouraged at Prime
Minister Begin's new flexibility
toward territorial concessions in
return for peace in the Middle
East. Begin, who has been known
in the past to advocate a stand of
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Mlndlin
)ooks?--They're for Burning
ued from Page 4-A
(made a most eloquent
lion: Nation of the Book,
, torturous stewardship
many millennia.
'any dresses?" I was
k'Or men's clothing?
lome furniture in good
wood pieces, fine
ces?"
BOOKS," I said, "are
[in English novels,
taries, histories, studies
I There are even some." I
pd, "in Yiddish and
ftoo, but I am sure there
Ity of people around who'd
[to buy things like that."
ybe a good kitchen ap-
the voice came back.
tadio? Radios are coming
lig, People don't see so
^ more. They want radios.
[got time for books even if
_ad the eyes? Listen, in our
Iss, books are a junk item, a
Ice."
the phone to a convalescent
home, I was told, "We'll pick up
clothing. If you have plenty
clothing, I mean plenty, maybe
we can come by and pick it up."
A LONG pause followed
during which neither of us hung
up. And then: "Or a color TV,"
the voice suggested in excited
anticipation, and before I could
say there wasn't any TV, the
suggestion was repeated with a
footnote in the form of a pro-
hibition: "But no black-and-
white, they're a dime a dozen,
only color."
"About the books," I said.
"We'll take them, but just as a
courtesy to get them off your
hands. But you got to have
plenty clothing, or a color TV, or
we can't be bothered.
I was elated and went through
a rack of old suits in my mind I
could wrap up the cartons of
books in and be done with them
once and for all.
"I CAN help get the books into
catalogue shape," I volunteered.
"Catalogue shape?" the phone
cackled in laughter. "I told you,
we'll take them off your hands
just as a courtesy. You know
what we do with books? We burn
books when we're forced to take
them. Books are a fire hazard."
"Not mine you don't burn," I
said, "and so I guess you don't
need any suits either."
All of this was several years
ago. Since then, I have had
visions in my mind of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising, the
Kristalsnacht pogrom, the
burning pyres of Jewish works
throughout Nazi Germany, the
Inquisition, the Crusades the
millennia of our torturous
stewardship back to the building
of the Bible itself.
ALSO SINCE then, dozens of
more cartons of books we cast off
from our library have piled up in
our garage where they are now
ubert Inspires Our Prayers
iiiniH'd from Page 1-A
group presented their
[olda Meir Human Rights
I to Humphrey.
Jhis acceptance message,
|hrey reiterated his con-
dedication to the survival
rong State of Israel.
IS ATTITUDE is char-
stic of Sen. Humphrey's
juished career.
|his first political post as
of Minneapolis in 1945,
phrey fought entrenched
iemitism in that city by
lishing one of the first coun-
in human relations in the
his present key role as
man of the Foreign Aid
jmmittee of the Senate
Relations Committee,
bhrey is a passionate
sman in behalf of Israel's
mil- and military needs.
UNG HIS years in the
1949-1964, Humphrey
luted many bills of
ing social and economic
|is considerably ahead of the
; readiness for them.
)AUNTED, he and a small
liberals introduced these
['ear after year until they
ally gained public support,
cessful Humphrey-spon-
llegislation led to organiza-
\i the Peace Corps, Medi-
I'roject Headstart, the
Iment of Housing and
Development. U.S. Dis-
lent Agency. Federal
[rship Program. Council of
Opportunity, Vista and
^rps.
islation on the inter-
1 level included creation of
? for Progress, Food for
Foreign Relations Sub-
fittee on Disarmament and
fee of the Nuclear Test Ban
'of 1963.
ALL those accomplish-
Humphrey recently said
nsiders his efforts in the
Ights field, culminating in
Lssage of the Civil Rights
1964, to be his single
it achievement in public
nphrey's first unsuccessful
a presidential contender
gainst John F. Kennedy in
J60 primaries; afterwards he
signed intensively for Ken-
Ithroughout the upper Mid-
Me was then reelected to
enate and became Senate
Jty Whip in the Kennedy
^hnson administrations.
nphrey was the popular
to be Johnson's running
mate in the 1964 presidential
election and together they won a
smashing victory.
AS PRESIDENT of the
Senate, he worked behind the
scenes to push through domestic
and foreign legislation. He
headed many advisory councils
and undertook overseas missions
for the President, including
assignments on the Nuclear Pro-
liferation Treaty and NATO.
When Lyndon Johnson with-
drew from the race for the 1968
presidential nomination, the
Democrats selected Humphrey
and Sen. Edmund Muskie of
Maine to carry their party to
victory.
In spite of the traumatic
events of early 1968 and the
chaotic convention in Chicago,
victory was almost within reach.
Richard M. Nixon defeated
Humphrey by almost as narrow a
margin as Kennedy's victory
over Nixon four years previously,
less than one-half of one percent
of the vote.
IN ASSESSING this man's
remarkable public service, one
constant thread stands out his
great humanity, his overriding
concern for the rights and welfare
of the individual and for world
disarmament and peace.
It's certain that whatever time
is left for Hubert H. Humphrey,
he's going to work every moment
possible to leave this world a
better place and would expect no
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stored. Occasionally, a carton at
a time seems suddenly to "dis-
appear," I suspect thrown out
surreptitiously one by one with
the trash if only to make room for
more cartons.
Frankly, I have been unable to
place a single book since those
first memorable efforts of mine.
The other week, however, I
tried again, this time with a truly
august Jewish institution
boasting a fine library.
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grudgingly. "We don't really like
to accept gifts of books."
BY NOW steeled to such
indifference, I refused to philoso-
phize over the disgrace of why
they would rather not bother or
even to insist that they send a
truck to pick the cartons up.
Instead, I jammed as many into
my car as the trunk and back seat
would hold and drove them
downtown.
The librarian greeted me,
sniffing and sneering at the same
time. Til go through every
single one of them," she warned
me, "to see if maybe there's
something worthwhile."
Suddenly, I felt a lubricious
coat of perspiration spreading all
over my body. I wasn't giving
something away free; I was a
thief trying to get rid of stolen or
worthless items, or perhaps a
pusher of marijuana or cocaine
detected by the scrutinizing eye
of a sharp librarian bent on pro-
tecting the community from the
scourge of an underworld
operation. My heart pounded,
and a sense of embarrassment
and depression seized me.
THE CUSTODIAN, who was
wheeling the cartons into the
library from outside, sniffing
suspiciously, stopped short and
shouted: "A roach. There's a g--
amn roach. Let's get this filth out
of here. The stuff ought to be
burned, if you ask me."
"There's a most marvelous
1918 edition of the Ben Gurion-
Ben Zvi study on Israel in the
collection." my high, cracking
voice, plagued by nervousness,
managed. "It's in Yiddish. I
think, or maybe Hebrew. And
there are matched sets of Tolstoy
in Russian, Agnon in
Knglish ."
I could manage no more
defense and escaped before some-
one cornered me, maybe the cus-
todian behind Ms dolly, to
demand that I take the books
back with me. On the way home,
the perspiration matted more
heavily beneath my clothes, and
my embarrassment became
uncontrollable.
THE ROACH, I assured
myself, got into the cartons
because they had been stored in
the garage all those years. The
sense of revulsion everyone felt in
varying degrees at being given
books seemed now to be seizing
me, too. When I got home, I
sprayed my car thoroughly.
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out a new carton of books to the
garage, sad to see the wide open
space there ineluctably being
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whether there is a difference
between spraying and burning.
In either case, that's what you do
to prevent contamination. At
Dachau, to members of the
Nation of the Book, they did
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CASE NO" 41(2}
in re TtM Mamaf* of
BLANCA ADEL7NA AFARO
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RAMON ALP AR 0 GOME Z
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NOTICE OF ACTION
TO RAMON ALFARO
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INTME CIRCUIT C0URT0F
THE "Th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT m AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
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NOTICE OF
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FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
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Sol 'of Administration
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INGE GREENFIELD
Al Persona: Representative
- Estate of
HELEN GREENFIELD
___ Deceased
RNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
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V.i- Florida
-- 577-0620
:- :*77 Jan 6. 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.77 4l|43
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
:' RE Ma.-r.ageof
SONlABENrTEZ,
A :.'e
Md
5BENITEZ
Huaband
ESCSBENITEZ
Residence Addresa

PE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED thai ar. action for
- of Marriage has been
lied agair.st you and you are
re ~- -red to serve a copy of your
- tten defenses, if any', to It on
ajbert I. Camcarte. attorney
ettttoner -hose address la
SB "-- Street Miami
-a 33:25 and file the
vJ -._-. -_-.r clerk of the
-d court on or before
IBT1 therwtaea default
against vou for
- iemanded in trie com-
l published
---* for four con-
HE JEWISH
hand and the
it Miami
" dav of
KKER
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Dade County Flonda
As Deputy Clerk
-ALBERT L
CARRICARTE ESQ
2491 N 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 16. 23. 30. 1977. Jan. 6.178
LEGAL NOTICE!
NOTICE OF ACT|UN
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVirJ
(NO PROPERTY, CEI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTn.1
THE ELEVENTH JUDlCul
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA inI
AND FOR DADE COUNTyf
Civil Action No 77 hi,,'?
ACTION FOR DlSSOLUTlfJ
OF MARRIAGE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKP.KP
that the undersigned. oV-
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name of FI
PROPERTY MANAGEMENTS'
NK 163rd Street Von
Miami Beach Flonda Inti
register said name v.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
DadeCountv. Florida
PENROT CORPORATION I
By Joseph E Rotger.
BRICELAMCHICK. Esquire I
Attomevs for PENROT cirB
TION
V> Northeast Second Avenue I
Miami Flonda 33137
Dec 16. 23. 30. 1977. Jan (, :9m
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYKnJ
that the undersigned, desiring L
engage in business under th.- fitj
Utious name of INTEI'.NAC-
TIONAL BlILDING MAIN
TENANCE at 320 NE l^Sr
Street. North Miami Beach L
Flonda intends to register sai L
name with the Clerk of the Cir |
out Court of Dade Countv
Flonda
PENROT CORPORATION
By Joseph E Rotgens
BRl'CE LAMCHICK. Esquire
Attorneys for Penrot Cor-
poration
3628 Northeaat Second Avenue
Miami. Florida 33137
Dec 16.23.30. 1977: Jan 6.197ll
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO.77 41995
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ROBERTM McCOY.
Petitioner,
and
HEDY M McCoy.
Respondent
TO HEDYM McCOY
585 A Delgado Street
IlloloClty. Philippines
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED 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 il on
LESTER G KATES, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address U
1647 SW 27th Avenue. Miami
Flonda 33145. and file the
original with the clerk of th'
above styled court on or betor*
Jan 27. 1978. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In tr"
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once bach week for four con
ecutlve weeks in THE JEW ISA
FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and UK
real of said court at Miami
Flonda on this 16 day of
mber, mTT
RICHARD P BRINKER
ta Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Ftorl
ByG s Carlle
\n Deput) t'lerk
I Circuit Court Saall
LESTERG KATES
Attorney at l^w
11.47 Southweat -7th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33145
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec B, 30.1B77; Jan. 6, is. i^7'
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ly, January 6,1978___________
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I LEGAL NOTICES
"NOTICE under
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
riCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
he undersigned, desiring to
re In business under the
bus name of CABINETECH
b NE 142nd Street, PH 11.
[Miami, Florida Intends to
er said name with the
of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida.
CARL L. LANDE
I ihSONE 142nd Street
Vjorth Miami. Florida
JELM.KEIL, ESQ.
L for LANDE
|t Fifth Street
Florida 33010
.16,23,30. 1977; Jan. 8,1978
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER
Iktitious NAME LAW
riCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
llie undersigned, desiring to
In business under the
fous name BISCAYNE BAY
{TMENTS at 1800 S.
ureDr.N. Bay Village, Fl.
intend to register said
with the Clerk of the Clr-
I Court of Dade County.
Ijohn Wayne HemphUl
Ludmlla Hemphlll
Jiey
fert J. Fisher, Esq.
ncolnRd., Suite 206
fl Beach, Fl. 33139
16. 23. 30. 1977; Jan. 6, 1978
If HE CIRCUIT COURT 6T~
IE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
[CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASEN0.77-J512
NOTICE OF SUIT
liERAL NATIONAL
RTGAGE ASSOCIATION,
aintiff,
^ARDEMANUEL
il.I.IAMS.JR..
Ik.VK1.YN MARIE
ll.I.IAMS. his wife,
fcfendants.
[Richard Kmanuel
Williams. Jr. and
Evelyn Marie
Williams, his wife
|S11 Walnut Street
iTeague, Texas75860
Bl VRE HEREBY NOTI-
|> that a Complaint to Fore-
Mortgage on the following
J property
t 16 :nHlock6. ofBOULE
VHP AUDITION TO
)MESTEAD, according to
1 Plat thereof, recorded In
Page 98 of Pub-
rds ol I lade County,
orlda
J filed against you and
I. n quired to serve a copy
\ Vnswer or pleadings to
lain! to the Plaintiff's
I HARLAN STREET
Biscayne Boulevard.
North Miami. Florida.
le the original Answer
I with the Clerk of the
I iii of I lade County, on
before the' 20th day of
Lary 1978 It you fail todoso.
imenl by default will be
ki. against you for the relief
landed in the Complaint
nil Notice of Suit shall be
lished once each week for
consecutive weeks in the
1SH FLORIDIAN
lATED at Miami. Dade
|nly. Florida, this 13th day of
ember. 1977
| RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
Bj Deborah G. Hess
Deputy Clerk
PLAN STREET. P.A.
i Biscayne Boulevard
1*410
nil Miami, Florida33181
William S. Isenberg
ec 16. 23. 30. 1977; Jan. 6.1978
notice of action
constructive service
(no property)
i the circuit court of
he eleventh judicial
Circuit of Florida, in
ndfor dade county
flVIL ACTION NO.77-37445
Family Division
3TICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
PE The Marriage of
*N A ROSA RIVERA,
ptltloner Wife.
SA RIVERA.
espondent Husband
II ISA RIVERA
Residence Unknown
!>! ARK HEREBY NOTI-
JP'11 that a petition for
solution of your Marriage has
I and commenced In this
'1 nut you are required to
a copy of your written
any. to it on ALAN
ER, attorney for
whose address is 2890
7th Street Miami, Florida.
lie the original with
1 lerk of the above styled
' before January 20.
"tlierwise a default will be
tins! you for the relief
'.' "I for In the complaint or
[lion
[ -ball be published
eai li week for four con-
litive weeks in The Jewish
Bldlan.
ITNESS my hand and the
'> said court at Miami,
pda on this Hth day of
p-mber, 1977.
'"'HARDP. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
|Uj SCHNEIDER
~^W 7th Street
pi, Florida 33125
frney for Petitioner
f'-f 16.23,30, 1977; Jan 6,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CivilAction No.774211$
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
BARBARA CHRISTINE
BROCKWAY, wife,
and
SYDNEY BROCKWAY,
husband.
TO: SYDNEY BROCKWAY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED 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
9526 Bird Road, Miami, Florida
33165, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January 27,
1978; 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 20 day of
December, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S. Cariie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Dec. 23, 30,1977; Jan. 6,13.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO 77 41963
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
OI.GA M, A VILA
ACOSTA.
Petitioner Wife,
and
RAMON ACOSTA.
Respondent Husband.
TO: RAMON ACOSTA
c o MANUEL ACOSTA
450Barton Avenue
Bronx, N v
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for
I llssolutlon of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in this
court and you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
ll any. to 11 on CEASE ft
CEASE attorney for Petitioner.
whose address Is 2720 W Flagler
Street Miami Florida SS1SS, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before January .'7. 1978; other-
1 default Will be entered
against you for the relief prayed
tor in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
(nce each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLOP IP I AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of
1 lecember, 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG.S Cariie
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seali
CEASE & CEASE
2720 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 23. 30. 1977; Jan. 6, 13. 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO.77 4I99*
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEOCEGUERA.
Petitioner,
and
I.ETICIA GONZALEZ
DEOCEGUERA.
Respondent.
TO: LETICIA GONZALEZ
DE OCEGUERA
Avenlda 39. Numero 13013,
ApartamentoNo. 1
Marianao,
Habana, Cuba
YOU ARK HEREBY N'OTI-
FIED that an action for
I llssolutlon of Marriage has been
llled against you and you are
required to serve copy of your
written defenses If any. to it on
LESTER c, KATES, att
for Petitioner, whose add:'
1647 SW 27th Avenue. Miami
Florida 3814B, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on >r 11
Ian 27, 1978: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
Die relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published
once each wee* 'lir f"1"'
wcutlve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal Of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of
December. 1977
RICHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG.S. Cariie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
LESTER G.KATES
Attorney at I .aw
1847 Southwest 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33145
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 23.30.1977; Jan. 6. 13. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
i FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name THE SUPER-
HEROES at 12177 S. Dixie High-
way. Miami, Fl. 33156 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Barbara Hertz
Dec. 23, 30,1977; Jan. 6. 13,1978
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 77 420M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEPH HUGH PYLANT
Petitioner-Husband,
and
MARTA BUITRAGO
PYLANT, Respondent-Wife.
TO: MARTA BUITRAGO
PYLANT
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED 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
MARK J FRIEDMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
350 Lincoln Road, Suite 422,
Miami Beach. Florida 33139. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Jan. 27, 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of
December. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
MARK J FRIEDMAN
350 Lincoln Road. Suite 422
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Phone 532 5409
Attorney for Petitioner
I >(( 23. 30. 1977. Jan 6, 13, 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO "41967
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MK PAN I K.I ROY
Wife
and
DAVID A ROY
Husband
TO DAVID A ROY
P.O Box 290
Alvaredo. Texas 76009
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
Sol Alexander, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 19
W. Flagler St.. Suite 317, Miami.
Florida 33130, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 27. 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of
December. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC. P.Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
Dec 23. 30,1977: Jan 6, 13, 1978
CIRCUIT COURT,
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 77 421S
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
THE VENOT TOUSSAINT.
Husband,
vs.
MARIE LOURDES
TOUSSAINT, Wife.
You, MARIE LOURDES
TOUSSAINT, RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you, upon Husband's
attorney, GEORGE NICHOLAS,
ESQ., 612 NW 12th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33136. and file
original with Clerk of Court on or
before January 26. 1978; other-
wise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
Dated this 21 day of December,
1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
CLERK
By: N. A. Hewett
Deputy Clerk
Dec. 23, 30.1977; Jan. 6. 13, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name PALMETTO
C( )M MERC1AL CENTER at 5625
NW 79 v.' Miami. Fl 33166
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Jav T Mallna
Mitchell Tress
Attorney Leon \ Epstein Esq
ricoln Rd
Mlai Fl. 33139
Dei '- J3. 30. 1977; Jan. 6.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the ur. "ing to
.: in haziness under the
names of ANIMAL
LOVERS, ANIMAL LOVERS
CENTERS, ANIMAL LOVERS
CENTER, COUNTRY WIDE
DISTRIBUTORS. ANIMAL
LOVERS' CENTERS. ANIMAL
LOVERS CENTER, at 13745 So
Dixie Highway. Miami. Florida
intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
J&GPET
CORPORATION
Simon. Hays & Grundwerg
Attorneys for J G
PET CORPORATION
608Ainsley Bldg..
Miami. Fla 33132
Tel 371-6513
Dec 16.23.30. 1977; Jan 6.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name EDDI ANN R.
FREEMAN It ASSOCIATES at
90 Edgewater Drive, Coral
Gables, Florida 33146 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
EDDI ANN R. FREEMAN
& ASSOCIATES
a Florida Corporation
MICHAEL J FREEMAN
Attorney for EDDI
ANN R. FREEMAN
& ASSOCIATES
2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Suite 315
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Dec. 23. 30, 1977; Jan. 6, 13. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.'S-657(15)
. IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHNGECZIK
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL HEIRS WHOSE NAMES
AND RESIDENT ADDRESSES
ARE UNKNOWN TO ALL
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the admmlstr.r
itate of john GECZIK.
ised. late of Dade County.
Florida. File Number 7557 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 CURATOR LOl'IS
GOUZ. whose address is S-215.
717 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral
Gables. Fl 33134. The name and
address of the attorney for the
personal representative are set
forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
Ml (NTHS FROM THE DATE OK
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at
torney. 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 he
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
itate to whom a copy Ol this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
KP.oM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PI BLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE to fill tlons
tries ma) have that challenge the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court, and to
assert a claim as an heir or
beneficiary.
U.I. CLAIMS. DEMANDS
\NP OBJECTIONS NUT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami Florida on
-'h dav of December. 1K77
LOUIS GO! Z
AS Curator of
the Estate of
JOHNGECZIK
Deceased
First publication of this notice of
administration on the 6th day of
January, 1978
LOUIS GOUZ
Of Law Off ices of
AINSLEE R FERDIE
S-215
717 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, Fl 33134
Telephone 305-445-3557
Attorney for
Personal Representative
Jan 6. 13. 20.27. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of INTERNA-
TIONAL LAND MANAGE-
MENT at 2450 NE 135th Street,
N. Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
INTERNATIONAL LAND
MARKETING CORP.
President: Jeffrey Landwehr
KWITNEY. KROOPA
SCHEINBERG, P.A.
Attorneys for International Land
Marketing Corp.
Dec. 16, 23, 30,1977; Jan 6, 1978
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 77 41*65
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: The Marriage of
NANCY L. CLEMMONS,
Petitioner,
and
THOMAS R CLEMMONS,
Respondent.
TO: Sgt. THOMAS R.
CLEMMONS
H.S. Co., 8thMarine,
3rd Battalion
2nd Marine Dl v..
Fleet Marine Force,
Camp i.e.leune
N.C. 28542
YOU ARE 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 WIL-
LIAM L. SABELLA. petitioner's
attorney, whose address is 8400
Bird Rd.. Miami, Fla 33156. on
or before January 20, 1978. and
file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the petition
WITNESS my Hand the Seal of
this Court on December 14, 1977.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
ByG.S Cariie
As Deputy Clerk
Dei 16. 23 30. 1977; Jan. 6. 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERT",
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO "41927
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriageof
I.IT..A MAE PHILLIPS.
Petitioner Wife,
and
HAYGOOD PHILLIPS.
Respondent Husband.
TO: HAYGOOD PHILLIPS
Respondent Husband
Residence Unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
DAVID M. GONSHAK. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
1497 NW 7th Street, Miami, FL
33125. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Jan. 27, 1978;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 15th day of
December, 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By R L Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(ClrcultCourtSeaD
DAVID M.GONSHAK
1497 NW 7th Street
Miami. FL 33125
6420722
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec. 23. 30. 1977; Jan. 6. 13. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THEDTH JUDICIAL
COURTIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO" 41894
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriageof
NILA HERNANDEZ Wife
and LUIS J
HERNANIIEZ, Husband
is J HERNANDEZ
Address and p.-
UNKNOWN
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT]
FIED that a Petition for
itlon 'd your Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Wife I Attorney
DONALD K Kl'."-; SW '
Street. Miami. Florida, 33130.
and file the original with the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 27 day of
January, 1978. or the allegations
will be taken as confessed
against you. and a Default will be
entered
DATED at Miami, Dade
County. Florida, this 14 day of
December. 1977.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
ByC P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
Dec. 23, 30. 977; Jan. 6. 13. ItTI
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CivilAction No.77 42113-
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
LASCELLES REECE. husband
and
WINNIFRED REECE. wife
TO: WINNIFRED REECE
JEFFERY TOWN, P.A.
ST. MARY. JAMAICA
WEST INDIES
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED 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
9628 Bird Road, Miami. Florida
33165. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January 27,
1978; 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 20 day of
December. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S. Cariie
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Dec. 23, 30,1977; Jan. 6, 13.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION NO.77-41716
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
ORLANDO J.
CASTELLANO. Petitioner
and
FEDORA V CASTELLANO.
Respondent
TO: FEDORA V.
CASTELLANO
Calle Autocinema 91-101
Trigal Norte
Valencia. Venezuela
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
ilutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of your
written defenses, if anv. to it on
ADOLFO KOSS. ESQ A KOSS
ATTORNEY AT LAW PA.,
attorney for Petitioner.
address ll 2121 Ponce de Leon
BiVd Suite 715. Coral Gables
Elorida S81M, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 27. 197V other* :
' will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THfr: JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 15th day of
Decmeber, 1977
RICHARD P. BRINKER
AsClerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
ADOLFO KOSS. ESQ
A. KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW. P.A.
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd..
Suite 715
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
(305)446-1444
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 23. 30, 1977; Jan. 6, 13, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name FLORIDA
DIVERS at 1900 79th Street
Causeway. Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
BYRON MIKHAILOFF.
Owner
MICHAEL A LIPSKY.P.A.
Attorney for Florida Divers
28 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Jan 6. 13.20.27. 17K
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name OAK ROOM ll
5151 Colin.- Ivei K Miami
Florida Intl
register said name with the
clerk of the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count v Florida
51 RESTAURANT CORP
Bv Anthonv Ma\ President
STEINBERG*
SOROTA P A
Attorneys for
SI rest ai RANTCORP
505 I .incoln P.oad
Miami Reach Florida 33139
Jan 6. 13. 20. 27. 197
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name MAC KRIEG
LENS TINTING DYES SUP-
PLIES at 4047 SW 96 Ave ,
Miami, Fl 33165 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
MARKFINKKI.
Jan 6, 13.20, 27.1978
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Cuiau .lannnrvfi 1978
* im/Jcil Ftr rirlirir,
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POINTS OF VIEW
Telescoping Time and Space
And Reconstructing Roots
By NORMA A. OROVITZ
The
surreal.
whole experience was
The interview was done
through a translater Polish to
Knglish. The story, once told so I
could understand, reminded me
of a combination Dr. Zhivago and
Roots, with Yuri and Lara's
lovechild traveling to a faraway
land to find her heritage.
The child, now a woman, is
Elizabeth Koppel Ficowska, a
Polish Jew who was raised as a
Catholic during the time the
world closed its eyes. She is a 35-
year-old blonde California girl
with green eyes, dressed in jeans
and chain-smoking Marlboro
cigarettes.
SHE SHOWS me a baby
picture, taken at a plump five
months, before she was smuggled
out of the Warsaw Ghetto, and
comments drily through our
translater, the University of
Miami's Helen Fagin, that it is
obscene that a child who came
out of the Ghetto looked so full."
Elizabeth traveled from the
Warsaw Ghetto to the Aryan side
and finally to Miami Beach,
Elizabeth Ficowska.. .Polish woman tracing her roots
where she is staying with her
great-uncle Max Kichman. While
genealogy students telescope
time and space and trace family
history to the old country.
Elizabeth Koppel, Warsaw Ghetto war baby
Polio Vaccine Developer
To Speak at Bonds Dinner
Dr. Albert B. Sabin. medical
scientist, will be the guest
speaker at a State of Israel
Tribute Dinner to be held under
the auspices of the South Florida
State of Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, Healing Arts Division.
Saturday evening, Jan. 14, at the
Konover Hotel.
In making this announcement,
Milton M. Parson, Israel Bonds
executor director, noted that Dr.
Sabin will pay special tribute to
two colleagues, Sol Center, M.D.
and Michael M. Krop, D.D.S.,
first in South Florida to receive
the Maimonides Award for
service to Israel and world Jewry.
"THE community is indeed
fortunate to have the opportunity
to host Sabin who has dis-
tinguished himself, not only
through his bio-medical research,
but in the field of academic
leadership and political and eco-
nomic policy-making as well,"
said Parson. Dr. Sabin, best
known for his development of the
oral live polio vaccine, also has
been involved in basic studies on
infectious disease problems and
cancer.
Dr. Sabin served as president
of the Weizmann Institute ol
Science in Rehovot, Israel, from
1970 to 1972 and also has held
leadership posts at the Technion,
Hebrew University and the Uni-
versity of Tel Aviv. He has acted
as consultant to the U.S. Depart-
ment of HEW, the U.S. Army
and is currently adviser to the
World Health Organization.
He is the recipient of numerous
k awards for his outstanding
I achievements, among them the
*U.S. National Medal of Science,
and the Scopus Award of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
FRED M. Rosenbloom. M.D.,
local physician, has been chosen
to head the host committee for
this event. Assisting Dr. Rosen-
bloom in the arrangements are
the following Greater Miami
doctors and dentists: Gerald R.
Albert. D.D.S., Gerald
Alexander, M.D., Leonard A.
Askowitz, M.D., Robert Blank,
D.D.S., Lawrence Ciment, M.D.,
and Stephen Cogen, M.D.
Also assisting are Franklin
Fiedelholtz, M.D., Alvin Fisher,
M.D., Stanley Frehling, M.D.,
Charles M. Friedman. D.D.S.,
Milton Sanes Goldman, M.D.,
Connie Goldstein, M.D., Michael
Goldstein, M.D., Alan S.
Graubert, M.D., Joan Harris,
M.D., Joseph Harris, M.D., Joel
M. Hauptman, D.D.S., and
Michael E. Horowitz, M.D.
Other M.D.s are Neil Koreman,
Morton Korn, David Light,
Marvin L. Meitus, Daniel D.
Nixon, Abraham Rotbart,
Mitchell Jay Rubinow, David J.
Russin, Philip Samet, Ronald H.
Scherr, Lawrence C. Schine,
Sylvan Schotz, Harold Silber-
man, William Snyder, Jacob
Wachtel, and Stephen Zaron.
Technion Women To
Hold Lunch Meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter of
the Women's Division, American
Society for Technion, will hold its
first 1978 luncheon meeting on
Jan. 12 at noon at the Mont-
martre Hotel, Miami Beach.
Luke Salem, a nightclub per-
former, will entertain.
For reservations, contact Jean
Zaben or Rose Shocket.
Elizabeth says her trip to
America is important because it
is only here that she can "recon-
struct her history. "
That history began even before
she was bom. Elizabeth's grand-
father, Aaron Rochman, an
educated and comfortable Jew,
owned a leather-tanning factory
in Warsaw prior to the war.
HE REFUSED to permit his
daughter, Henia, to marry the
poor young man whom she loved
and, instead, married her off to a
well-to-do banker, Joseph Koppel
(possibly Kopel).
Koppel was much older than
Elizabeth's mother and died
sometime earlier than did her
mother both in extermination
camps. Before her death,
Elizabeth's mother smuggled her
Continued on Page 8-B
DR. ALBERT B. SABIN
RABBI LANDAU
CJA-IEF
Joint Sabbath
Proclaimed
By Rabbis
Members of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
have proclaimed Friday and Saturday, Jan. 6 and 7, as Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Shabbat. The
proclamation was announced by Rabbinical Association
President Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David Congregation.
The observance underscores the relationship between area
synagogues and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's annual
campaign. The Shabbat, which will take place in Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform congregations across the country, is
sponsored nation-wide by the United Jewish Appeal Rabbinical
Advisory Council.
IN ISSUING the proclamation, Rabbi Landau stated that
"In light of the critical needs of this year's campaign due to
spiraling inflation here and abroad and the continuing economic
burdens of the people of Israel, the Rabbinical Association is
calling upon all synagogues and temples to devote services,
prayers and special readings during the CJA-IEF Shabbat to
support this central fund-raising effort.
"The synagogue is both a haven for reflection and a place in
which we are able to contemplate our commitment to our fellow
Jews throughout the world," Rabbi Landau said. "By our very
faith, our very ethics, we are taught that each Jew must assume
his full share of responsibility toward the building and
strengthening of the community," he said.
Harry B. Smith, Federation's General Campaign Chairman
for 1978 added that, While we hope and pray that present
events may lead to a lasting peace in the Middle East, we must
realize that Israel's people and Jews all over the world need our
support as much as ever. "And," he said, "it is our support of
Israel that helps to encourage negotiations instead of
aggression.
"THE SYNAGOGUES have always set a precedent for
moral responsiblity," Smith continued, "and they must now
exemplify the age-old Jewish tradition of Tzedakah, which
makes social justice for all not an option but a religious require-
ment. This is the message of the CJA-IEF Shabbat."
The Greater Miami Jewish community is planning a variety
of Shabbat programs including sermons by rabbis, addresses by
Eederation leaders, and special activities by religious school
children.____________
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
TANIA
Annual Cantors Concert To
Feature Cantor Saul Breeh
The Temple Beth Raphael
annual cantors concert will be
held Saturday, Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth Raphael in Miami
Beach.
Eeatured will be Cantor Saul
H. Breeh together with singer
Tania, a violin duo and Hy Fried
at the piano.
Bar-Ilan Leader To Arrive Here
Rabbi Karpol Bender, exec-
utive vice chairman of the Inter-
national Board of Overseers of
Bar-Ilan University in Israel, will
arrive in Miami Beach next week
to meet with national and local
leaders of the educational insti-
tution, including Dr. Joseph H.
Lookstein, chancellor of Bar-Ilan.
Former director of the Hillel
Foundation at Queen's Uni-
versity in Canada, Rabbi Bender
served in pulpits in New York
City and Canada before settling
in Israel in 1969. He was national
vice president of the Rabbinical
Council of Canada.
SINCE November, 1973,
Rabbi Bender has directed ac-
tivities of Bar-Ilan University
abroad and supervised the
relationship of Bar-Ilan, the only
American-chartered university in
Israel, to Jewish communities in
the Diaspora.
RABBIKARPOL BENDER
CANTOR BREEH has served
with Temple Beth Raphael over
12 years and has appeared
throughout the United States.
Tania began singing at age 11
and has made appearances in
cities throughout the United
States.
Schreiber to Speak
About Commission
The next Open to the Public
meeting of the Democratic Club
of Miami Beach will be held on
Thursday, Jan. 12 at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach at 8
p.m.
Metro Dade County Commis-
sioner Barry Schreiber will
discuss the progress and plans of
the Metro County Commission.
There will be a question and
answer period moderated by Club
President Wally Gluck.
MEL PLASKOW, a Broadway
comic who was understudy to the
late Zero Mostel and featured in
show tours with Jan Peerce and
others, will entertain.
MTA buses are available.
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Friday, January 6,1978
Elie Wiesel to Launch
Temple Emanu-El Series
Author, lecturer and activist
on behalf of Soviet Jewry and the
State of Israel. Elie Wiesel will be
the speaker Thursday, Jan. 12 as
Temple Kmanu-El of Miami
Beach launches its annual
Thursday Night Forum Series in
the Friedland Ballroom in Miami
Beach.
Admission to the lecture,
which will be followed by a
question-and-answer period, is
open to the general public.
Contact the temple office for
more information. Tickets may
be secured at the temple office.
Benjamin I. Shulman serves as
cochairman of the series part
of the year-long tribute to Dr.
Irving Lehrman's 35th an-
niversary as rabbi of the syna-
gogue.
Wiesel. called one of the great
writers of this generation" by
The New York Times Book
Review, is a voice for the human
conscience.
Born in Hungary in 1928,
Wiesel was seized by the Nazis
and sent to the concentration
camps of Auschwitz and Buchen-
wald. After surviving the
Holocaust which took the lives
of his mother, father and a sister
Wiesel was taken to Paris
where he lived and worked as a
journalist and writer. He now
lives in New York. Paris and
Israel, dividing his time between
the three homes.
A reception for patrons of the
series will be held Thursday
ELIE WIESEL
evening. Jar.. 12 at the Miami
Beach home of former Judge and
Mrs. Irving Cypen immediately
following Wiesel's lecture. Cypen
is a vice president of Temple
Emanu-El.
Tashi to Perform A t
Beth Sholom Series
Tashi. the group composed of
Peter Serkin. piano. Ida
Kavafian. violin, Fred Sherry,
cello and Richard Stolzman.
clarinet, will appear in recital on
Thursday. Jan. 5 at 8:30 p.m. as
part of Temple Beth Sholom's
Great Performances Series, held
in the Temple Sanctuary in
Miami Beach.
Commentator to Broadcast
Program from Miami Beach
Israel Bonds Honors
Condo Residents
Larry Dorn, comedian and
raconteur, will head the program
of entertainment at a "Night for
Jerusalem" to be held under the
auspices of the Forte Towers
Israel Bond Committee on
Sunday, Jan. 15, at 8 p.m. in the
Forte Towers North Auditorium.
The committee is headed by
George N. Kotin, chairman:
Albert Johnson, co-chairman;
and Bernard Lifton, honorary
chairman. A special presentation
will be made to the residents of
Forte Towers._
The residents of Victorian
Plaza will be the recipients of a
special Scroll of Honor in recog-
nition of their support of the
Israel Bonds drive at a Night in
Israel. Wednesday. Jan. 18 at 8
p.m. in the Victorian Plaza Social
Hall.
F.mil Cohen, American Jewish
folk humorist, will head the
entertainment program. The
committee is headed by Louis
Altschuler, honorary chairman,
and Ben Bardasch. Samuel
Brown, Samuel Lestz and Nison
Lown, chairmen.
David Pinski Club To
Feature Yiddish Artists
An Oneg Shabbat of the David
Pinski Club will be held Friday.
Jan. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria in Miami
Beach.
A literary and musical
program will feature Mania and
Hershel Gendel, artists of the
Yiddish Art Theatre, in dramatic
and humorous sketches and
Yiddish and Hebrew songs. L.
Lasavin. Forward correspondent
and lecturer, will speak on I srael
on its 30th Anniversary."
NMBP
Shelomo Ben-1 srael. radio
commentator, columnist and
United Nations correspondent for
The Jewish Daily Forward, will
analyze the current Middle East
situation as he broadcasts "The
News of the Week in Review"
from Miami Beach, Sunday, Jan.
22 it was announced by Dr. Leon
Kronish. rabbi of Temple Beth
Sholom and national board chair-
man of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHF).
The Yiddish radio program,
heard weekly on radio station
WEVD in New York City, is
being presented by the Histadrut
Foundation, and will originate
from the Fontainebleau Hotel in
Miami Beach.
ALSO being broadcast will be
The Voice of Histadrut" with
Dr. Sol Stein, economist and
national I HP" president, pre-
sented weeklv in Yiddish over
WEVD as well.
Ben-Israel is a Yiddish
journalist whose columns appear
in The Jewish Daily Forward.
only daily Yiddish newspaper in
the U.S. The paper owns and
operates WEVD.
Dr. Stein's weekly program is
devoted to a discussion of per-
sonal financial planning as well
as a review of Histadrut
programs.
THE NOON broadcasts will be
preceded by a 9:30 a.m. brunch.
Reservations may be made
through the Histadrut office in
Miami Beach.
Involved in planning a membership luncheon for Mount Sinai
Medical Center's Auxiliary to be held Jan. 20 at 11:30 a.m. in
the Founders Dining Room are Arlyn Cypen (left), her mother.
Gertrude Samuels (center) and Lillian Cohen (right). Auxiliary
vice president for membership and education.
Temple Judea to Begin
iducation, Cultural Series
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
begins the second term of its
Adult Education and Cultural
Seminar Series at 8 p.m.. Jan. 10.
Course offerings include
Hehrew. Basic Jewish Beliefs and
Concepts, Israel and the Middle
East. Jews in Distant Lands. For
Women Only and Life Cycle of
the Jew.
THE HEBREW courses for
beginning and intermediate
students will be geared toward
training people for participation
in worship service rather than
linguistics.
For Women Only is taught by
Margie Willenski. Career and
Life-Planning Specialist and
former assistant dean of Brandeis
University. The course explores
alternatives for today's women in
matters of life style, career
development and other areas.
The seminar is open to the
general public. Classes are held
each Tuesday from 8-9 p.m. Each
class is followed by a one-hour
guest lecture given by visiting
experts on a variety of topics.
MRS. RAY Berman, edu-
cational director of Temple
Judea. may be contacted for a
catalog of courses and advanced
registration. Registration also
may be accomplished before the
first class on Jan. 10.
JCC Begins Free
Transportation
Free bus transportation will
begin Jan. 9 for all senior adults
(60 and over) who want to
participate in programs at the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC. Buses
will run to the JCC Monday
through Thursday mornings, and
return lo the community
Monday through Thursday after-
noons. Contact the JCC for
schedule information.
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Dr. Leon Kronish, Israel
Bonds National Campaign co-
chairman and spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom, will lead
the largest delegation of South
Florida and Caribbean area
Jewish leaders to the Israel
Bonds Prime Minister's Con-
ference Jan. 22-29. Participating
in the conference will be members
of the Israel Bonds Prime
Minister's Club from throughout
North America, Latin America,
Europe and Africa.
The delegation, leaving New
York via El Al Airlines on
Sunday, Jan. 22, will stop in
Vienna for two days before going
on to Israel.
THE significance of visiting
Vienna at this time is that the
conference will mark the 30th
anniversary of the founding of
the State of Israel and tribute
will be paid to Theodor Herzl,
founder of modern Zionism,
during the Vienna visit, Kronish
noted.
"More importantly," Kronish
Social Workers Doing Field
Work at Jewish Agencies
Twelve Miami residents who
are students at the Wurzweiler
School of Social Work of the
Yeshiva University, are doing
field work at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation or one of its
affiliates as part of a new
sequence at the School called the
Block Education Program.
The students include Rose-
marie Connors, working at
Douglas Gardens; Robert
Goodman at Douglas Gardens;
Adrienne Levin at Douglas
Gardens; Sanford Kuttler at the
Hillel Foundation; Barbara
Snyder at the GMJF; Sofia
Temel at Mount Sinai Medical
Center; Steven Weinberg at
GMJF; Susan Berg at the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
(JFCS) in Miami; Joel Levine at
the JFCS in West Palm Beach;
Carol Miller at JFCS in Miami;
Allen Singer at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Southern
Florida; and Richard Sipzer at
the GMJF.
The Block Education Program
is designed to educate social
workers for positions in Jewish
communal agencies in com-
munities throughout the U.S.
and Canada. The program
provides for three blocks of
summer study in the Wurzweiler
School classroom, the first two
summers of academic work
followed by extended periods of
field instruction practice under
supervision in Jewish communal
agencies, located principally
outside the metropolitan New
York area.
Yeshiva University's Wurz-
weiler School of Social Work,
established in 1957, offers the
only graduate social work edu-
cation program under Jewish
auspices in a university setting.
The school is accredited by the
Council on Social Work
education.
Linda Minkes to Chair Dance-Lunch
Linda Minkes, a community
leader, is chairperson for An
Extraordinary Chance for Lunch
LINDA MINKES
with Modern Dance," a program
presented by her sister, dancer-
choreographer Cynthia Novack.
The dance event is sponsored
by The Fine Arts of Beth David.
It includes a lecture demon-
stration on the History of
Modern Dance.'' a class for
dancers, non-dancers, and
watchers." and a health lunch. It
will take place on Tuesday. Jan.
24 at 10 a.m. in Beth David's
Spector Hall.
MINKES and her husband.
Dr. Jules Minkes, were among
the founders of Beth David's
Solomon Schecter Day School.
She is the past president of the
Dade Osteopathic Medical
Auxiliary, Beth David Sister-
hood Board member, and active
member of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah. She taught ballet,
jazz, and tap in St. Louis.
Cleveland, and Miami.
The public is invited to this
dance event. For reservations
and further information, call
Beth David Congregation and
ask for Lotte Glover.
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opportunity to visit Mathausen,
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camp, in this 30th anniversary
year of the State of Israel and to
travel from this site of Jewish
degradation to the heights of
Israel."
In Vienna, the delgates will
visit the house in which Herzl
lived and where Sigmund Freud
lived. They will be entertained by
the Lord Mayor at the City Hall.
A visit to the Vienna Temple on
the Seitenstettgasse, the only
synagogue in Vienna left
standing by the Nazis, is on the
program.
IN ISRAEL, the conference
headquarters will be at the Hilton
Hotel in Jerusalem. The schedule
includes a business session at the
Knesset with Simha Erlich, the
Minister of Finance; meetings
with Ezer Weizman, the Minister
of Defense, and with Gen.
Shlomo Gazit, who will provide
the delegation with an intel-
ligence briefing.
A reception for the delegation
will be given by the President of
the State of Israel, Prof. Ephraim
Katzir. Prime Minister
Menachem Begin will address the
closing banquet on Saturday
evening, Jan. 28.
The delegation will return to
New York from the Ben Gurion
International Airport on Sunday,
Jan. 29.
Jewish History Class
The first course in Latin-
American Jewish History will be
offered at the University of
Miami during the Spring 1978
semester.
The three-credit course will be
oriented towards the entire
Greater Miami community, as
well as students majoring in
Judaica and Hispanic Studies. It
is relevant for teachers at schools
where Jewish studies are empha-
sized, as well as those interested
in the Jewish communities in
Latin America.
THE COURSE is designed to
provide an overview of the
history, sociology and antro-
pology of the Jews in Central and
South America from 1500 to
1977.
The course begins on Thur-
sday, Jan. 16 from 7:25 to 9:45
p.m. Registration will take place
Jan. 11 for undergraduates and
graduate students in the Kichter
Library.
Limited scholarships are avail-
able through by contacting Drs.
Shamir and Ersoff.
THE instructor for the course
is Seymour B. Liebman. an
authority on the History of the
Jews in Latin America, author of
several books on the subject and
a former resident of Latin
America. He is adjunct research
scholar at the University's Insti-
tute in Latin American Affairs.
Academy Women
To Hear Bergida
The Hebrew Academy Women
will hear from local political
analyst Hal Bergida on Wednes-
day, Jan. 25 at 1 p.m. at the
American Savings and Loan
Association, 828 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach.
Bergida, who
is the executive
director of the
Tiger Bay Club,
public affairs
commentator for
WKAT Radio,
publisher of the
political eco-
nomic newsletter BERGIDA
Florida Confidential, also is the
director of public relations for the
Hebrew Academy.
The public is invited and
tickets may be obtained by
calling the Academy Women.
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Voters Inc. Elect 78 Board &** to Convene Chabad to Send Students To
Of Directors Officers At Fontainebleau Chabad Encounter Weekend
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The following people were
elected as officers and board of
directors to Voters Incorporated
for 1978:
Elected to the board of
directors are Harry Levy, chair-
man; Alfred I. Bleemer, Stanley
M. Brody, Eleanor A. Burke,
Robert H. Burns, A. Neil Com-
posto, Lillian Di V'ito and
Mildred S. Falk.
Also George Firestone, State
Senator; Lou Gold, Myron Gold,
Dr. Leonard Haber, Mayor of
Miami Beach; Robert London
and Wallace N. Maer.
Also Joseph W. Malek, Miami
Beach Councilman; Murray S.
Meyerson, Al N'ason, William |
ONeil III, Nat Potamkin,
Richard R. Renick, State
Senator; and Harold Rosen.
ALSO Robert A. Skidell, Paul
B. Steinberg, State Rep-
resentative; Douglas Stevens,
Leonard O. Weinstein, Miami
Beach Councilman, and Leonard
Zilbert.
HARRY LEVY
Harry Levy, president and
District Deputy for Free Sons of
Israel; Wallace N. Maer, first
vice president; A. Neil Com-
posto, second vice president;
Stanley M. Brody, third vice
president; Eleanor A. Burke,
fourth vice president; Lou Gold,
treasurer; and Robert London,
recording and corresponding
secretary.
Voters Incorporated will hold
an open to the public meeting
with a question and answer
period in the auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
on Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 8 p.m.
Guest speakers will be Dade
Circuit Court Judge Francis X.
Knuck, Bennett Brummer, chief
of the Dade County Public
Defender's Court, and Karl G.
Saenger, manager of the Miami
Beach Social Security Office.
Harry Levy, president of Voters
Incorporated, will be the
moderator.
"Looking at the Whole Person
in Every Dentist" is the theme of
the eighth annual Miami Winter
Dental Meeting, Jan. 15-18 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr.
Leonard M. Sakrais, president of
the East Coast District Dental
Society, which sponsors the
meeting, expects more than 4,000
dentists, hygienists, dental
assistants and their families to
register during the four-day
event.
Featured speakers include Drs.
Irving and Gerald Newmark, a
dentist-educator team from
| Studio City, Calif. The brothers
will share the lectern during a one
and a half day seminar on
"Creative Management in
Dentistry."
MEDICAL writer-lecturer Dr.
Alex Comfort is scheduled for an
all-day seminar on human
sexuality on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
The author of Joy of Sex, More
Joy and It's a Good Age, will
cover "Questions and Answers
on Human Sexuality" during the
morning and address the problem
of "Aging: Real and Imaginary"
in the afternoon.
Special guest at the meeting is
Dr. John C. Greene, assistant
Surgeon General, U.S. Public
Health Service, Washington,
D.C. Dr. Greene will address the
opening luncheon on Monday,
Jan. 16 on "National Dental
Issues and Actions."
In its efforts to reach Jewish
students at the university level.
Chabad in Florida is sending a
delegation of young men and
women to the annual "Encounter
with Chabad."
Rabbi Abraham Korf, the
movement's regional director,
has announced that two Chabad
directors, Rabbis David Eliezrie
and Casriel Brusowankin will
lead the Florida delegation.
THE STUDENTS attending
will be housed in private homes in
the Crown Heights section of
Brooklyn, where they will ex-
perience daily life with a
Torah classes in various locations
throughout Greater Miami and
Fort Lauderdale.
Rabbi Joseph Biston, director
of Chabad activities, announced
"These Talmud Torah classes are
free of charge so that everyone
can avail themselves to them and
all Jewish children are urged to
join. Boys who participate will be
able to achieve a Bar Mitzvah
through this program and girls
will receive a certificate of
achievement."
For further information
contact the Chabad House.
Lincoln Group to Hear
Chassidic family. The "en-
counter" is an intensive weekend Review of DuilCM Book
study, discussions, and _, ... .-,
The Lincoln Group of
Hadassah will hold its regular
meeting on Monday, Jan. 9 at
12:30 p.m. in the 100 Lincoln
Road Clubroom in Miami Beach.
Lillian Ship will review My Life,
by Moshe Dayan.
of study, discussions, and
seminars conducted by rabbis,
educators, university protessors,
and authors.
Chabad House also announced
that it is conducting free Talmud
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Rabbi to Predict
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Rabbi Sees Cause
Jews for Jesus
Calling the Jews for Jesus
movement "more fatal" than
drugs, Rabbi David Eliezrie,
director of Chabad House-Jewish
Student Center at the University
of Miami, has called on the
Jewish community of Miami to
combat the movement by
"fighting fire with fire."
Eliezrie said the movement is
gaining momentum here,
evidenced by the fact that they
have become a recognized
student organization at Florida
International University, have
begun regular classes and
for Action Against
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meetings in North Miami Beach,
and have been handing out liter-
ature at shopping centers and the
Orange Bowl.
"We decry the spiritual assault
on our youth by those who seek
by all diverse methods to channel
our youth away from Judaism,"
he said. "The Jewish talent in
writing and music must be pooled
in an effort to use the mediums of
song and the written word to
bring about more involvement
and pride of our Jewish youth in
Judaism."
Rabbi Dr. David Raab,
spiritual leader of Temple King
Solomon, The Temple on the
Mall," will make his annual pre-
dictions at the temple in Miami
Beach during the Friday night
services at 8 p.m.
Predictions by Rabbi Raab
have attracted attention in recent
years after he forecast the ad-
mission of Red China into the
United Nations, the pardon of
former President Richard M.
Nixon, the Yom Kippur War in
the Middle East, the death of
Chiang Kai-shek, the finding of
Patty Hearst, the defeat of
Itzhak Rabin in Israel and Indira
Ghandi in India, and the rise and
victory of President Jimmy
Carter.
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Pioneer Women to Hear
Talk on Mid East Peace
Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Zionist Federation,
will speak on "The Quest for
Peace in the Middle Fast"
Wednesday. Jan. 11 at a noon
meeting of the Beba Idelson
Chapter of Pioneer Women The
session, in the civic auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association. 1188 Nor-
mandy Drive. Miami Beach, is
open to the public
Minnie and Charles (ireenhauf.
celebrating their 6.r>th wedding
anniversary'. w'" ''*' ln' hosts for
the mating. Fannie Darcy. pub-
licity chairman, said Fannie
GibMn, president, will chair the
session.
David Coleman. Florida state
president of the American Ked
Magen David for Israel, will
speak on "Combatting Anti-
Semitism" Monday. Jan. 9
during a 7:30 p.m. meeting of the
Sabra Chapter of Pioneer
Women. The session will be held
at the St. Croix Apartments civic
room in North Miami Sylvia
Bergman, publicity chairman,
can be contacted for more in-
formation.
Seymour B. Liebman.
president of the Jewish Historical
Society of South Florida and
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation, will
review the book. Those of the
Street, by Kenneth Moore.
Sunday. Jan H at a 12:30 p.m
meeting of Kinneret Chapter of
Pioneer Women, to be held in the
civic auditorium of Washington
Federal. 1133 Normandy Drive.
Miami Beach
Jewish Catalog Author to Speak
Sharon Strassfeld. editor of
The Jeuish Catalog, will be the
speaker at the First Sunday
Tickets are available at the
Temple.
JWV Auxiliary To
Host Ward Party
West Miami Auxiliary 223.
Jewish War Veterans will hold its
regular monthly meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 5 at 8 p.m. at the
home of Tanya Levine in Miami
Program for the evening will be
"Put on a Happy Face." a
makeup demonstration and con-
sultation presented by Linda
Weinstein. cosmetician.
Auxiliary President Thelma
Pot lock, and Program Chairman
Natalie Rosenberg can be con-
tacted for more information.
On Saturday. Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.,
the Auxiliary and Post 223 will
host a Ward Party at the
Veterans Administration
Hospital. Hospital Chairman
Ruth Herman can be contacted
for more information.
On Thursday. Jan. 19 the
Auxiliary board will hold its
monthly meeting at 8 p.m at the
home of Gladys Isgar in Miami.
Senior vice president. Charlotte
Mittler. will chair the meeting.
E. Anthony Infante (left), president of the Southeast National
Bank of Coral Way, presents a check for the purchase of Israel
Bonds to Enrique Adouth, president of the recent Cuban-
Hebrew community dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds. The
purchase by the Southeast National Bank of Coral Way was the
fourth consecutive annual Israel Bonds purchase made by the
bank, bringing its total to $100,000.
SHARON STRASSFELD
l.vtutv Series ol Temple Beth
Sholom "i Greatei Miami on
Sunday. Jan ~
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mini course in preparation for the
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Spector, librarian, Central
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Meyer Levin will speak Vpril 2.
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Sisterhood to See
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Harold Collins, B mind reader.
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Government in the Sunshine: Sen. Richard Stone is one of
two Congressmen to introduce hill- in Congress to amend the
Immigration and Nationality Mi to exclude from admission
into and deport from the United State- all aliens proven to have
persecuted people on the basifl Ol rehg;> >r national origin
under the German Nazi government The Senate hill i- S-209"
and the Mouse measure is 11 K -112
On the Social Scene: A holidas dinner part) in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Ballan ot KUenville. \ "i waa hosted b) Mr-
Jacques Cohen and Mrs. Solomon Srhlesinger. Present a
Ethel and Joe Siegel. Tracv Ballan and Dr. and Mrs Sigmund
Fogler The Kden Roc was the site of several 50th anni\ er-ar\
parties The Irving Blooms celebrated on Dec. 26, as did the
Herman Dernier- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klayman were feted on
theJ^th
Arts and Crafts and Music: Visions of Israel '78," the
official State of Israel Art Exhibit, will open at Temple Judea on
Jan. 12 ... Andres Segovia will appear at Dade County
\uditonum Jan. 14 ... The first exhibit in the new Upper
Gallery of the Players State Theatre at the Coconut Grove Play-
house will be a collection of paintings by the Israeli arti-t
Michael Osterweii. It opened Dec 30 with the first PST pro-
duction. "Cvrano de Bergerac." The Jewelry and Art Kxhihit
of Rachel Gera will open at Temple Beth Sholom on Jan. 8
Honorable Menschen Mention: Alfred Golden will he
honored by Temple Beth Kl Jan. 8 at its Israel Dinner of State
.. Sam Greenberg was one of the members of the South Miami
Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons to help
South Miami Hospital distribute holiday meals for 1(X) need>
residents .. Ellen Baum has been appointed curator of the
Temple Judea Jewish Museum Richard Essen was elected to
the ADL's National Executive Committee Rosalind Lehrman
received her Master's degree in Guidance and Counseling from
Barry College Staff Sgt. Robert 0. Blum has graduated from
the U.S. Air Force Security Service Noncommissioned Officer
Leadership School at Goodfellow A KB. Tex Leo Plotkin has
been elected president of the \-sociation for Jewish Special
Kducation. Inc. Murray Gold, a former Miami Beach TDA
member, was awarded a plaque of appreciation for services
rendered That Tourist Development Authority will
support the Israel Jubilee slated for March 26 to April -' The
/.ion Publishing Co in Tel-Aviv. Israel, has announced the
appointment in America of Rabbi Dr. Chaim U. LipschiU as
editor-in-chief of its forthcoming worldwide F.ncyclopedia of
Orthodox Biographies Gerri I,ego was appointed Chairman
of Adult Education for the Southeast Region of UAHC Alan
Cole. Albert Collard. Dr. Lionel Goldstein. Rose (iordon. Tom
Green. Mrs. Bernard Fogel. Judge Edward Klein. Wally
Kleinberg. Alan Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rosenthal. Jack
Silver and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub are some of the concerned
Dade Countians who will participate in the 28th Mother- March
Jan 13 to IS ... The Annual Jewish National Fund Tribute
Dinner was in honor of Joe Lavin at the Kontainebleau recently
JNF executive \ ice president Dr Samuel Cohen gave the
keynote address in Lavin s honor Miami Beach Mayor Dr.
Leonard Haber. after proclaiming a JNF Day in hi- dt)
awarded keys to the city to both Lavin and Cohen. Lavin W8S
additionally, presented with the JNF Ketter Shem Tov" award
by the Hon. Zev VY. Kogan
Junior Honorable Menschen Sherri Birchansky VU
recently selected for the Florida Ml State Honor- Band Fred
Cohen was named a Rhodes Scholar University of Florida
clarinet player Alexis Perlman. trombone player Mike Webb and
drum major Henry McClain will be among '> -indent- traveling
to Colombia to perform at an annual coffee festi\ al this week
Of Speakers and Soap Boxes Rep. Claude Pepper will
-peak at the Tiger Bay Luncheon Club next Wednesday at noon
Sharon Strassfeld will speak on The Birth ot the Jewish
Catalog' at Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday at Hi am
Caution: The Torah has determined That keeping kosher it
not necessarily primarily for your health That will be Rabbi
Marvin Ro9e's sermon topic on Friday evening. Jan 6 at North
Bay Village Jewish Center A -erie- on Moral and Ethical
[SSUM in Society will be held Wednesday. Jan 11 at 8:16 p.m
at Temple Beth El. Cathy Lynn Grossman will speak on Nazi
war criminals now being found living in our own mid-t a-
peaceful citizens.
For Local Grounies: The Miami Mineral and dem Society
will open its Gem. J -welry and Mineral Show at Tamiami Park
on Jan 21
Adult Education: Temple Beth Sholom will sponsor a mini
course on Yiddish Through Literature" Jan. 12 to Feb. 2
The first of a series in a new type of Parent Kducation w ill begin
on Jan. 11 at K p.m at Beth David Congregation South Campus.
On Coping: The Cnited Family and Children's Services il
sponsoring classes on Divorce and After.' among other related
topics, to begin this month
Synagogue News: Rabbi Ralph Glixman of B'nai Israel and
Greater Miami Youth Synagogue sponsors various classes for
its congregants ... Temple Beth Sholom and Beth Am are
sponsoring a CJA Sabbath while Congregation Bet Breira is
holding a Federation Sabbath this weekend Games Night will
be held at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute on Sunday. Jan. 8 at
7:30p.m.
For Your Information: The Ascent of Man," with the late
Dr. Jacob Bronowski as narrator, is returning to television
starting Jan. 8 and subsequent Sundays on Channel 2 at 6 p.m.
Miami-Dad* Community College is using this series of 13
programs for a credit course.
In the Public Interest: A legislative Workshop will be held
Rarrv College on Jan 9 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
A Mit/vah By Any Name: Community Friends to Knglish-
Speaking Elderly will have their Volunteer Orientation on
Monday and Wednesday evenings. Jan. 9 and 10. 7:30 p.m. at
the Mental Health Association office.
A Tribute: When Moe Levin was installed as president of
the Chaim Weizman Branch of Farband for the 17th consecutive
Car. 700 guests came to fete him at a Fontainebleau luncheon
vin was awarded the Jewish National Fund Tzadik Hador"
award for his outstanding efforts and generosity on behalf of the
totality of activities on behalf of Israel, and especially the
Jewish National Fund. Guest speaker at this function was Dr.
Samuel I. Cohen, executive vice president Jewish National Fund
of America. The Hon. Zev W. Kogan, president of JNF Southern
Region presented levin with the award. Abraham Grunhut is
the local president of JNF Greater Miami and Dr. Irving
lehrman is chairman of J NF Foundation ______^_______
knutlkridian
Friday. Januan |
XLaurie Fegelman to Wed James Schiff
Mr and Mrs Loutl J Fegelman ha-.
that tkmr daughter Lour,, I
ull[ mat Morris Si ..
.,../ Mrs Phillip Schiff at lieth D
I on Sunday, hm 8 1 .-
of the Unix entity
. gradual
i and from th( I
State University
Tallahasst > I ont yeai
at ih> rhir i I' ttnct Court o/ \:: .
m of Dubkn, Schiff, H. rl
and Dublin with which h* it .
\ -Aung wedding
Colo., the couple will reside in Miami

MRS DAVID DAVID
Steen David
Laurel Steen became the
bride of David H Da\ id at
Temple Beth \m on l>>-< 27
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
officiated
Laurel i- the daughter ot
and Shirlej Steen ol
Coral Gables David ii the
-on of Sam 1 >a\ id of Fort
Laudi rdale and S) Ivia I >a\ id
ofSkokie, 111
The Matron of Honor eras
Sharon Mem end Brides
maid wa- l.on \lpt-rt Bruce
David wa- Best Man
\ utor I >a\ id wa- I -her
THE BRIDE'S Ire-- was
an Ivor) duchesse -aim
fabric with wedding band
neckline, high-waisted bodice
ppliqued w ith Mencon la< i
-oft flowing -kirt and tram
edged in scallop ol mat
chmg Mencon lace, lace
Bonnett ileeve end- in
matching lace cuff The
headpiece wa- of IVOT)
organza with a Juliet cap and
three-tier matching illusion
sell
Laurel i- a reservationa
-all- agent for Delta \ir
Line- in Atlanta David i- a
second-year law -indent at
Emorj I niveriity in
Atlanta
After a Caribbean cruise
honeymoon, the couple will
reside in Atlanta
!
Temple Concert to Feature Cantor
Temple Beth Mo-he i- tpon
soring a concert b) Cantor Moshs
FriedTer on Ssturdaj Ian 21 at
- 10 p.m in the Main Sanctuar)
Fund- from this and other affairs
throughout the year will be u-ed
to reduce the Temples mort
gage- on the building*, land, and
physical plant Ml seals are
reserved and can be obtained bj
calling the Temple office There
will lie a champagne reception
and part> for benefactors and
patmn- immediate!) following
the concert The program will
include popular operatic and
Israeli -election*
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Activist Leader to
Speak at Temple
Sisterhood Installs New Officers
and Hrnry Klein
. lebrated their 50th
mniveraarj They were
honor el dinner pert}
-m mikI then everyom
to their daughter and
home for .1 nei ial
. cake which Bather
an beking for the even!
m dinner partv WU
the home of Dori* and
[k schMT. Their children were
Mnrhara coming in for
. from the University <>f
and France* and Larry,
iwith attending ('oral
.- High
Kleins' other daughter
litH and her husband. Dr.
neat Harnrtt. drove in from St
burg They brought their
Diane Mac key. with
her BOB, Karl, who
Kleins' grant-grandson
granddaughter, Faith
Inter, Hew in fn>m Atlanta
wn, Michael, lives hare in
and he was among the
- brother, Sam Jaroby.
!. Mary, drove in from
m Hollywood Her atatar,
1h Saul, was alao then- with
and, Joe. among the
I ire I he \imrha
Klein- gave all their
op) of ihrir wedding
.1 photo of the bride
and .1 < o|iv ol photo
tiding jwtrt\ taken in
had also received .1
I tor) 1 ard (rum the
which a- signed
Hnsalyn end President
)niv 1 srter
rivian and Jerry Rosen en
I I i\ ing .ill 1 he familv
.;,im lor the holiday -
Rick, in (rum New York, and
1 Janie. and her
t dary Kosrn (irarulon.
onnei t icul I n 1 sat
a ii Jerry 1 borthei
recentl) eci epted an
I position with the New

Inroth) and Peter Sparer b
first \ 1-11 to I srsel
I io go m it on business
I didn 1 want to pass
irtunit) The) wanted
heii 1 luldren bul the
David and Peter, couldn t
from school Their
I Danna. joined them tor
truing trip
rn and Harry I'ackar still
about their recent
I in t alitorma They flew
Miami to l.ns Vngelt's.
looked for. hut didn't
f. 1 'V if star
look the Parlor tar lour
I-I" ial bui servuel to San
1 and found the Danish
it) of Solvang quite
ng and their pastries
chocolatea delidoui While
our 1 hey met four couples
| Israel, as well as travelers
pi Spain and Canada.
fter spending a few days in
I ranciaco, they drove up to
Ifrah s m Tahoa, when' they
|nd bo many mountains that
lifferenl ones had letters of
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: the lake Inn enjoyed the
rule hack finding Lake Tahoe
verv beautiful
Our daughter, Susan, home lor
the holiday 1 from San Francisco
She's been living out there for
almost twn years, and it a nice to
have her hack tor a little while
JWV Auxiliary To
Hold Breakfast
The monthly meeting of the
Ladies tuxilian of the Jewish
War \ eterans, South Dads 778,
will l>c held ..n Thursday Jan 12
at h p m at Temple Samu-EI
I'lans will he completed for an
\id to Israel Breakfast to he held
on Sunda) morning, Peb 12 at
the Tamarind ('hlbhouse
Honored guest lor the evening
will he \nn Marcus, president of
the Department of Kl.onda. who
will be accompanied by Elayne
Uhr, senior vice president and
Mae Schreiber, junior vice presi
dent Marcus will institute all
new members and present (hem
with pins
Lillian Brown, donor chairman
will report on her committee
RndingS tor the coming year
Boulevard National
Changes Name
Boulevard National Hank is
1 hanging its name to the
National Hank ol Florida ft
cording i" I Bernard Shumate,
president, and Joseph H Kanter,
1 hairman ol the hoard
The holding company is now
the National Banking Corp ol
Honda The name change paves
the wa) tor additional branches
in Hade Count) and hank
acquisitions in other parts of
Florida
RABBI ARTHUR GREEN
Rabbi Vrthur Green, a leader
ot activist Jewish youth in the
sixths, will be this Sunda)
morning a speaker for the Green-
field lecture series at Temple
Israel of (ireater Miami begin-
ning at Id a.m. lie will discuss
Mysticism and the Modern
.lew
Now associated with the
Department of Religious
Thought at the I'niversity of
Pennsylvania. Rabbi (ireen was
founder of the pioneer Havurot
Shalom Community in Boston
more than a decade ago and is
credited with helping to develop
the movement nationally among
s) nagogues
Women's League
Celebrates 60 Years
The Florida Branch of
\\ omen s League for Con
servative Judaism will celebrate
the culmination of us with anni-
versary year on Wednesday. Jan.
is ,it Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Heath at 9:30 a m.
The program will include a
Kallah session with Dr. Max
LipschiU, lunch, entertainment
highlighting youth activities and
a two way telephone hook-up.
THE FOl'R cities chosen for
the event include Miami. New
Vork, Los Angeles and Chicago
Chairperson tor this event is Mrs
Man Nirenberg Mrs Morton
Lev m is the Florida branch
president
There are 38 Sisterhoods in the
Florida hranch which comprises
almost J.UXK) members
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Ldythe I) Jissr was recently
installed aa president of the
Sisterhood ot Temple King
Solomon tor a third term 'The
installation was held at the
tuville Hotel and condui
b\ I r I onard Haber, Mayor "I
Miami Beach
The following also wen
stalled Mi I Ii orge Cort
membership vice president
Molly Jacobs, program vice
president Mrs Harry Land-
sman, treasurer. Ida Meterskv
financial BO rel.irv Esther Her/.
recording secretary; Mrs Sol
Roth, corresponding secretary;
Mrs Lav id Kaah. chaplain and
Frances Rosenberg, parlia-
mentarian.
MEMBERS of the Board are
Mrs Jesse Cohen. Mrs Jack
Glasco, Mma Glickman, Esther
Goodman, Mrs Sol Heitner, Mrs
Max Kaminski, Mrs Albert
Laufer, Mrs Morris Lightman.
Mrs Norman Nachman. Mrs
Nathan I'arnass. Mrs Sam
Rudenberg, Mrs Philip Sahl.
Mrs Sidney Silk and leanor
\\ agner
The Trustees are H ha D
Davidson, Vnne Feldn Mrs
Harry Glassman Mi Harr)
liarrisoi Mn Tob) S achter
and T sthei w sins!
Recently, Life Mi ership
D.iv was observed I | I Sister-
hood Cantor Ni nas
m.nned with w com-
panied on the piano I Helen
Skolnik
'The Sisterhood will hold ii~
regular meeting on ^ ednesda)
Jan 11 at 12:30 p m at the
Temple, announced Filvthe I).
Jiaer, president Molly Jacobs
will be in charge ol en-
tertainment
Vivo to Host Writer
Writer and lecturer Isaac
Bashev is Singer will speak at the
Yivo Forum on Wednesday. Jan
11 at 8 D.m at Temple Beth
Sholoni in Miami Heach
The took will be \n Evening
w ith Hashev is Singer
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NORMA A. OROVITZ
Telescoping Time and Space
And Reconstructing Roots
Continued from Page 1-B
infant into the Aryan sector with
the help of Stanislava Hussold. a
Catholic midwife who worked
with the Polish underground.
Bussold helped Jews by
forging birth certificates and
illegal papers, receiving and
iving away children and using
her home as a drop-off point"
for distribution of Jewish babies
Klizabeth was to be given to-al
housemaid, but when the woman
took sick with tuberculosis.
Bussold kept the child as a
plaything."
ELIZABETH remembers her
childhood as marvelous." Her
mother loved her and lavished
her with affection. There were
maids and nannies, and when she
wanted to play in the sand.
"Nanny brought the sand up-
stairs If her youngest years
were structured. Klizabeth
recalls her mother's fear of kid-
napping as the ostensible
rationale for constant
chaperoning
But Mil 18. hen she
mad the truth of her birth and
quasi-adoption. Elizabeth has
onatructed varied incidents to
paint a picture of a very different
childhood At the neighborhood
truit store the greengrocer told a
I \ ear-old Klizabeth that an
\merican had come to ask after
her
Her mot her took her on a post-
war trip to a lawyer'a office to
claim ownership in a leather
:.inning factory She visited her
father's gravesite only to
question how he could have died
even before she was conceived.
And she kept hearing thinly-
veiled innuendoes from school-
mates that she was really Jewish
and maternal reprimands that
"you have such Jewish charac-
teristics."
IT HAPPENED that a
parochial school nun divulged the
truth to a school friend who then
questioned Klizabeth on her
faith The teenager's reaction to
the challenge? Jewish? You're
absolutely crazy!"
Klizabeth had not known any
Jews, didn't understand who
Jews were, and just knew that
Jews were stigmatized." The real
confusion came, however, with
the realization that she was not
the natural daughter of the
mother she loved A painful con-
frontation with her mother
followed
She felt hurt and disowned."
Bussold admitted knowing
Elizabeth'l real mother and
grandfather and even produced a
silver 10000 engraved with her
name and birthdate She. ad
ditionaity, told of a great-uncle
h\ ing in America but could not or
would not divulge more
ELIZABETH tried to locate
that great-uncle through the
International Red Croaa She
tried researching her past at a
Polish Jewish historical aociet)
and ;i- met with the reproach,
w hat does the thik ia want?'
What Elizabeth wants is to
continue the search which finally
produced a documented list of
smuggled war-babies at \ew
York's Vivo Institute for Jewish
Research. Her name was on it
She would like to realize the
fantasy that the poor young man
her mother so loved was really
her natural father.
How else could he have known
to look for his dead lover's child
after the war'.' she rationalizes
Her goal is to find that man. now
probably in his 5()'s. and others
who may have more information
or photographs of her family Kt
she was never legally adopted by
Bussold. Klizabeth feels justified
in researching her real roots.
ELIZABETHS immediate
family is supportive and sympa-
thetic. Her husband, poet Jerzy
Ficowski. who has collaborated
with Marc Chagall, understands
Klizabeth's search. It was not
until her own daughter was born
that Klizabeth realized the pain
her mother must have ex
penenced in giving an infant
way
While staying with great-uncle
Max Richman, Elizabeth will
continue her search True, shi
Bays, all mj roots .ire
different ground Put this is
something I must do for my
parents | have ni't forsaken
them
Brandeis Meeting Set
The Louis 1 Brand) is Group
<>t Hadassah will hold a luncl
ing Mondaj Jan 9 si m
The Lemera will present .1
program
Southern Bell Elects Walter SeOL.
The Southern Bell Board of
Directors recently elected Walter
W Sessoms as vice president of
public affairs for the company in
Florida, effective Jan. 1.
Sessoms. who was General
Commercial and Marketing Man
ager for Southern Bell in North
Carolina, will replace Sidney K.
Jennette. Jr of Miami, who was
appointed vice president in
Georgia effective Jan 1 Jennette
will succeed Jasper N Done)
who retires .Ian 31 as head of the
company I Georgia operations
Sessoms a native of
Darlington. S.C and a graduate
of Wofford College. loined
Southern Bell in 1966 Mter
working in the company I
engineering and commercial
departments, he transferred to
ATflYT in New York in 1%9 Hfl
was General Revenue Supervisor
at Southern Bell headquarters
. to
It*
WALTER W SESSOMS
when named to his
Carolina post in 197-4
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Being a Synagogue Member
IBatryTabachnikoff
Mrs ago. I spent an
evening fcome people who
wen cri I Of their synagogue.
After Hstonlnt respectfully to
tfaair litany of complaints I
^Wfcy don't you join
' The thought never
occurred to them They were
quit* content to sit hack and
~*mflt* Too often, we lose
sight of to* essential truth that
JUMgofM Jswe a mutual assoc-
ktion gfcdividuals We have
rahip-responsibility
i i grew up in
Phfladi ^here were several
- nil Kd "schulls" and
0) fiercely loyal to
Hot Of course this
doi B that dissent was
mlr I fat her, of blessed
men LB b' counted on to
lead loyal opposition on most
I |t was a loyal op-
that continued to
Kynagogue by at
tanl Wc*'s- worl(mK on
coma M, sharing financially
in I earth of programs and
l.uildjngS.
^BkS become of that
,dmt Kdo so many people
sy do not really
bales ^V? has the Jewish
comes ^pne astray'*
Ham is mobility The
avoil American mint's even
fin Miami, many of our
still think of them-
fe" transplants" from
Kb" man) years after
Hare. This self-image
li harrier against
locally with customs
M established in our
Tlow often we hear
\\ e used
iodywi'M I was growing
aVjd difficulty is
is relatively easy to
igng\ie Hut it is far
Ilen^mg to btbng
means attending,
ing people being
tthera, gi\ing of
IM> experience ha-
il i- easier to acquire
S than it i- to retain
participation Hut
assent ial ingredient
never fed that the)
of the synagogue
SM. we have no
m of automatic
Therefore we are
aaled a congre-
meets our interests
I In turn, the syna
Hiallenged to cultivate
g>t Hvticipation
Hf us Mould iH'\er dream
ingacoinur\ club, paying
Hwship co-is and at
Hits without using the
Vet, thai l- precistU
|di\iduals do when
nagogue (n the
that they \ i-it
outsider- e\en
are Hated on the
iter
HjfTie1111 > is growth and
Hs a natural process
'2
impoi
lanaaamii I
CANDLELIGHTING
$
FTIME
I\ I Ml
Li l
but one that we fail to
acknowledge. Synagogues are
larger than we remember years
ago. That is due to the increased
costs involved in building and
maintaining synagogues. Hut
financial efficiency imposes a
burden of social inefficiency. It is
easier to get lost in the crowd of
people on the Holy Days; it is
more difficult to get to know the
Kabbi. But these problems can be
met with innovative programs.
Seminars with the Rabbi, new
member brunch, Havdalah with
the Rabbi, synagogue sponsored
Havurot and other programs help
integrate new members and
introduce them to other con-
gregants
THE CONCLUSION, how
ever, rests with the individuals.
Would you rather continue to be
an outsider, a non-participant?
Or does it make more sense to
resolve now to become a member
in the fullest sense? (live your
synagogue a chance to serve you
by attending services, by volun
teering your skills and interests,
by serving as a volunteer, by
attending seminars in Jewish
study, by searching for friends
within the circle of your
congregation.
The synagogue is a voluntary
association of like-minded Jews.
It is a natural resource to turn to
all year long, and not merely in a
time of crisis or special
celebration.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vaera
"And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh" lExod.
7.10) "The Lord, the (Itxi of the Hebrews, hath sent me
unto thee, saying: Let My People Go" (6.161.
VAERA (iod told Moses that He hud first appeared to
Abraham. Isaac, and .Jacob as FA Shaddai. and had made
.i covenant with the patriarchs to give them the land of
Canaan Now. hearing the unhappy cry of the children of
Israel, the Almighty was reminded of his covenant.
Pharaoh refused to lei the children of Israel depart
from the land of Egypt God brought seven plagues on the
Egyptians, in an attempt to force I'haraoh's hand: blood,
frogs, gnats, flies, murrain, boils, and hail. At first
Pharaoh conceded to Moses. "I and my people are wicked.
Entreat the Lord, and let there be enough of these mighty
thunderings and hail; and I will let you go" ( Exodus 9.U7-
28) But, when the plagues stopped, I'haraoh's heart was
hardened again, and he refused t<> let the Israelites go.
(Th* recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based
upon "The Graphic History ot the Jewish Heritage," edited by P Wollman
Tvamir l j. published by Shengold The volume is available at 'S Maiden
Lane. New York, N V 10031 Joseph Schlang is president of the society
distributing the volume
Bar Mitzvahs
LEONARD HOWARD
WKINSTKIN
Leonard Howard Weinstein,
son of \1r and Mrs Robert
weinatein will be called to the
Torah .is Bar Mitzvah on
Saturda) Jan ~ at 9 .1 m at
Temple Beth I hn id
Leonard ia .1 student in the
Beth David Religious School He
attends \r\ula Junior High
School where he is In the eighth
grade Ha is on the track team.
Khoury League lias.'hall, Boj
Scouts and Scout Patrol and is a
recipient of the Presidential
Ph)sual Fitness \ward
In honor oi Leonard 1 Bar
Mitzvah, a reception was held at
King's Has Country Club
following the ceremonies
Special guests included Mr
and Mrs Samuel Slavin. grand-
parents, and family from New
York. \ew Jersey and Chicago
HUGOSKANDRAN1
Hugo Skandrani, son of Mr
and Mrs Maurice Skandrani,
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday Dei II .it Temple
Beth Snolom with Dr Leon
Kromsh officiating
Hugo is a student ot the Con
firmation Class 1 il
BENJAMIN JOSEPH
HERSHPIELD
Benjamin Joseph Herahfield
son of Mr and Mrs Milton
Herahfield, will pb rye his Bai
Mitzvah on Saturday Ian 7 si
Skandrani
Weinstein
s 10 .1 m at Beth Torah Congre
gallon wllh ,)r Mt* \ Lip
BChitZ, spiritual leader of the
congregation, conducting the
service .mil presenting Benjamin
with a Hible on behalf of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood and
the Men's Club
Benjamin is m the fourth year
class ot the Heth Torah Harold
\\ oik Religious School, and in the
seventh grade at John F Ken
ned) Junior High School. He is
an honor roll student and a
member of the orchestra.
In Benjamin's honor, his
pan nts will sponaor the Kidduah
following the sen h
In addition to chanting the
Haftorah, Benjamin also will
conduct a portion oi tht-Shabtial
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Jen #* */? fkrkfiar
Friday, Jan
Uar>'6-19?'
Robin Pharmacy
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Season's Greetings
9920 NW 27 Avenue Phone: 696-1221
Cooper Town
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Season's Greetings
22700 SW 8 Street Phone: 226-6048
CHEDDAR, Inc.
Send-Wich
144 SW 8 Street Phone: 856-7704
Season's Greetings To All
CAPTAIN JIMMY'S
SUB STATION
Free Delivery Specializing In
Steak Sandwiches and Chef Salads
12992 SW 89 Avenue Phone: 233-0610
____ Season's Greetings To All
Bobbie Alcott
Dance Studio
Dav & Evening Classes
Phone: 271-0738
8946 Bird K. ad Season's Greetings To All
Dinty Moore's
Restaurant
1295 I st Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Dade: 49-2524 Broward: 458-4747
Si ison's Greetings To All
S ason's Greetings from
The Arrow Family
COCONUT GROVE CAFE
Stop In and Enjoy
Famous Coffees and Cappucino
3043 Grand Avenue Phone: 448-1034
Dino's Al Foro
Italian Restaurant
Extends !o The Entire Jewish Community
Season's Greetings
9300 South Dixie Highway Phone 661-0267
St ison's Greetings To All. .
EAS r COAST FISHERIES. INC.
RESTAURANT
Eat In or Take Out
360 West Flagler Street 373-5516
The Good Arthur's
Restaurant
Extends To The Entire Jewish Communitv
Season's Greetings
790 NK 79 Street Phone:756-0631
China Inn Restaurant
Tantalizing Cantonese Cuisine
14265 NW 7 Avenue Phone: 681-0012
Season's Gieetings To All. .
George Mira's
Pizza Huddle
10827 SW 40 Street
13025 SW 89 Place
Season's Greetings To All
226-4737
251-4208
Sorrento
A Truly Fine Italian Restaurant
3059 SW 8 Street Phone: 643-3111
Season's Greetings To All
Maliik
Vegetarian Cuisine
4031 BWUJNM Road Phone: 142-2520
Season's Greetings To All
Ferco Equipment
Extends lo The Entire Jewish ('''imunity
Season's Greetings
557 1 SW 8 Street Phone: 446-3112
Comfort Lodge
The Home with a Heart"
25268 SW 134 Avenue Phone: 247-5447
Season's Gratings To All
The Peppermill
Restaurant & Lounge
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
Season's Greetings
8800 SW 56 Street Phone: 2.4-HW"-------
El Bodegon Castilla
"A Piece of Spain in Miami"
2499 SW 8 Street Phone: 649-0863
Season's Greetings To All
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO 'I )? FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage ol
JEANNORCEAN.
Husband
and
JESSIE PEARL NORCEAN
Wife
YOI JESSIE I'EARI. NOR
CBAN, residence unknown, are
required to file your answer to
the petition for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a ropy
thereof upon the petitioner
attorney. Herman Cohen I tq
822 SW 1st StTt, Miami Fla
331.10. on or before February I
197s or else petition will be
confessed
Hated Jan 197*
Richard P Bnnker
Clerk Or. mt Court
ByG B Carhe
Deputy Clerk
Jan 4 13 M 27 197*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
NO M ISlf
Joseph Nesbirt
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
in re Estate of
EMMAK GARNSEY
I>e ceased
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
persons INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the Estate of Emma E Garnsey
deceased Pile Number 77 Boll
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Hade County Elonda. Probate
Division, the address of which Is
Dade County Courthouse
Miami. Elonda 33130 The Per
sonal Representatives of the
estate are Emma Ixiulse (Jar
nsey Drumm whose address Is
4217 South Hopkins Avenue.
Tltusvllle Elonda 32780. and
R I) Maxwell. Jr whose ad
dress Is *21 Alfred I duPont
Building Miami Florida 33131
The name and address of the
Personal Representatives al
lorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
Mi INTH8 FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST Pl'BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be In writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, 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 Representatives, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
TILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
January 6. 1978
Emma Louise Gamsey Drumm -
R D Maxwell. Jr
As Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
Emma F Garnsey.
deceased
Attorney for Personal
Representatives
R D Maxwell. Jr
R21 Alfred I dul'onl
Building
Miami Florida 33131
Telephone 373 8494
Jan 6. 13. 197*
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
LEGAL NOTICES
Civil Action No 4J0J4
I Rubin Div O'l
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MARTIN GOLDMAN.
Petitioner
and
KOSI.YN GOLDMAN
Respondent
TO Roslyn Goldman
2770 West Sth Street.
Apt LSD
Brooklyn Nea York 11224
YOC ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage ha
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses if an> to it on
Robert H Bums atlomne\ for
Petitioner w how add res I
Lincoln Road Suil. MM Miami
Bl m y Orlds SSISB, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above it) led ourt on or I
Feb 10. 197* .otherwise a default
will be entered against VOU for
the relief demanded in the
complain! or petition
This notice shall be published
once eai h areas: for four con
ecutlve weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami
Florida on this SO day of
December 1977
RICHARD P HRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B) Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Robert H Bums. Esquire
42H Lincoln Road
Suite tSO
Miami Beach. Florida SslSS
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan 4 13 20 27 197*
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name A1A EMPLOY
MENT at MR N Miami Ave
Miami Fl 33127 Intend* to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
\ eldrtn I > Freemori
Jan 4 II SO 27 |0TI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage In business in business
under the fictitious name FOI It
I P O Bos 1444 Miami
Hea. h Fl EsMl intend lo
register said name with the
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of
Dade County Florida
Qal] Fein
Susan Aronberg
Jan 4. 13. 20 27 197k
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name HAGAL INC
DBA INTERNATIONAL
BOOK MANITACTTRING at
4370 NW 12s St Opa Locka Fl
33167 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Attorney Joshua S Galltaer.
Esq
3R10E Oakland Park HIvd
Suite 104
Ft Lauderdale. Fl 33304
Dec 14. 23. SO. 1*77. Jan 4. 1978
NOTICE UNDER'
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name ME PAPER
WORKS at 12271 SW 104 St
Miami. Fl S3IM Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Minette Hmwn
Elaine Katz
Attorney
Gary P Cohen. P A
9143SW 87 Ave
Miami. Fl 33174
Dec 30 1177. Jan 4 13, 20. 1978
in the circuit courtof
the eleventh judicial
circuit in andfor
dade county. Florida
probate division
file no "un
in re estate of
ernamarx.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OH DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
persons INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of EKNA MARX
deceased late -of l >ade County
Florida File Number 77 WOO. Is
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTTciT
pending In the Circuit Court In ROBERT r FRANK
and for Dade County. Florida, address Is 2220 North R.vb'1*'!
Probate Division, the address of Miami Beach Florida n'j** I
which Is 3rd Floor. Dade County name and address of '.T.1^
Courthouse. 73 West Flagler torney for the ..,>/
Street. Miami. Florida 3SIS0 The representative are .'.
personal representative of this below
estate Is BARBARA WEST All persons having ,i._
HEIMER l.KVINE whose a* demands against the |!,,' |
dress Is SGIenmark lane. East required. WITHIN TRht"!
Northport. New York 117SI The MONTHS "ROM THE [iatt I
name and address of the at THE FIRST Pt HI.ICATIONm
torney for the personal rep THIS NOTICE to file ,. *
resentattve sre set forth below clerk of the above court a \
All persons having claims or statement of any
demands against the estate are demand they may ha.,
required. WITHIN THREE claim must be in w-
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF must Indicate the basis for ill
THE FIRST PCBLICATION OF claim the name and addrttssl
THIS NOTICE, to nie with the the creditor or his agent or ,'i
clerk of the above court a written torney and the amount flairr*.
statement of any claim or if the claim Is not yet due V?
demand they may have Each date when It will become v.
claim must be In writing and (hall be sUted If the clattns
must Indicate the basis for the contingent or unliquidated u
claim, the name and address of nature of the uncertain
the creditor or his agent or at stated If the claim i. >, .,,
torney and the amount claimed the security shall be >.
If the claim Is not yet due. the The claimant shall deliver
date when It will become due sufficient copies of the ,im \
shall be stated If the claim Is the clerk to enable U
contingent or unliquidated, the mall one copy to sack \*
nature of the uncertainty shall be representative
stated If the claim Is secured. All persons lntereste.1 m th,
the security shall be described estate to whom a cop)
The claimant shall deliver -
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one ropy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a ropy of this
Noii. i of Administration has
iirrn mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PI BUCATION OF THIS
NOTICI UN objections
die) ma) ha *e the
lent will
the qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
Al.l CLAIM8 DEM I
AND OBJECTIONS NOT BO
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami Florida M
this nth daj "i I '' ember ISTI
Harhara Wrstheimer Irvine
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
r UNA MARX
1 ie. eased
Notii e of Mhnlnisti si
been mailed are
WITHIN 1IIKKE MON
FROM THE DATE nf
FIRST II BUCATION of
N< n ICE la flk i
the1) "iav hav thai
mlMttt) of Um
the quallfll at ii ki
latlve or II .
' .jrt
\l I CLAIMS I l| v .
AND OBJECTIONS '
Fll FD wit l Hi- i- .
|.4i EH si Ulan Y
'to.. ,
ROBERT N Fl
\ i -.'..
of IN
ANNE El'. ANN I
Ftral publk stlon of tl
admin

it- i>:m strei kow kmj.
...
FRANK STI'.EI KoW
a (JAY
First publication of this notice ( i| tal Bank Building
administration on the 4 day of l Kenm it) Cauaewa)
admlnls'
Januarv 197*
HENRY NORTI IN
of law off:
HENRY Norton
Bit* ayne BulM
19 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida I
Telephone 374 3114
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Jan 4 13 197*
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No "41414
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
CARIDADDI A/
RENE DIAZ
PO RENE DIAZ
leni C I nknow ti
YOI ARE HEREBY not!
lhat an action for DISSO
II TION OF MARRIAGE has
been filed against you ami vou
*rr required lo serve a I Op) .rf
your written defenses if sj|) to
It on EMILIA H DIAZ EM,
,ttorne> for Petitioner whose
...Idres || 101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Fla 33124 and file the
original wth the clerk of the
tvled court on or before
February 3rd. I7k 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 con
tSCUtlVS weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID LAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 27 day of
December 1977
RICHARDP HRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade Comity Florida
B| N A Hewetl
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Stone Sosti hin a
Oonialei. P A
EMILIA H DIAZ BJJQ
101 NW 12 th Avenue
Miami Fla Mi2"
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 30 l77 Jan 4 13 lt7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO Ol*
(JekeiR Blanlonl
IN RK ESTATE OF
ANNE FRANK TKITCH
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND A!J. OTHER
persons INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED lhat the administration of
the estate of ANNE FRANK
TEITCH deceased late of Dade
County Florida File Number 77
Wl Is pending in live (1r< mt
Cirt In sjld for Dade County
Florida Probate I >iv ision the
of v* rue h is krd Floor
Da.ie Count) Courthouai
Flagler Street. Miami
13130 The personal
represenutive of this estate Is
North Ba) \ illage
Florida 1SIII
fVlephone i MSI iSsUM
Attome) for
Pvraonal Raprrsenlallve
1 ti M IBTJ Ian
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICS IS HEREBY OP/I '
that the undersigned deslrm* ti
engage In business under the fl<
titious name ACROSS TIB
TRAX at 17140 W Dixie Hlgl
ana) N Atiaml Beach Fl Ml*
intends to register said Mm*
with the Clerk of the C
Court of Dade County Florida
Sunshine Investment
Enterprises Inr
Robert Rudnn k Pnrs
Irwln IJeberman Sei v
D4H 14. 23. 30 177 Jan 4 197-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO "4141}
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE JOSEPH GOODMAN
Petitioner Husband
and
Mil JlRKD GOODMAN
Respondent Wife
To MIIJIRED GOODMAN
i last known address
Flushing Manor
Nursing Home
S61S Parsons Boulevard
Flushing New York
YOI' ARE HEREBY N
FIED that an action '
Dissolution of Marriage has beer
filed against you and you sr
required to serve a ropy of your
written defenses if any lo II or.
PAt't.B STEINBERG attorney
for Petitioner whose address u
SOS 1 Jncoln Road. Miami Bead
Florida Ml. and file U
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Jan 30 lf7 otherwise s default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four MM
seruUve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and UV
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 7 da> <"'
December 1977
RICHARD P BRJNKER
As Osrk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshsw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
circuit Court Seal i
STEINBERG* SOROT A PA
900 1 Jncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida SSI39
Attorney for Petitioner
I>ec 14 23 SO 1977. Jan 4
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OJva*
that the undersigned, desinni
engage In business under "7
fictitious name of SOt'TH
HOTEL at 1791 Collins *v'"!(
Miami Beach. Florida *!
Intends to register said iw*M
wlUi the Clerk of the H'"* i
Court of Dade County r ior*
T T. F HOTEL CORE
By Thomas Grussmsn
President #_
D4M 23. JO 1977. Jsn .!
I
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January 6. II
Religious Directory
MIAMI
I SHALOM CONGREGATION
|sw6'thAve Orthodox
-E EMES CONGREGATION ?533
j'fiAvc Conservative
BREIRA CONGREGATION
SW 112th St Liberal Raboi
Tabachnikott (3 A
PLE BETH AM
In Kendall Drive
, Mnmi-4' 5i7
Or Herbert
Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
iitchell Chetiti, Associate Rabbi
late Friday Service I 30 p m.
CJA Sabbath
i Friday Family Service' 30 p.m
, Mitchell Cheliti will discuss:
To Demand Respect'
day Morning Member
iService" Mam. UAHC
bbi Baumgard will discuss:
vP WiM Go With Our Young
and Our Old ________.
DAVID ?6?5 SW 3rd Ave
ervative Rabbi Sol Landau
r William Lipson 14 A)
DAVID SOUTH '500 SW 170th
anservative Rabbi Sol Landau
William ipson 14 Bl
IKODESH
Modem Traditional
[lOI SW llthAve ISt-4334
.a Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
iday Evening Service I* p.m
Guest Speaker
Lnklm Kreutzer will discuss
|he American Jew Today"
lily Mmyon tor Yahrieiten
i.i.i. 45a m.. 5 00 p m
Sunday t a m
kurday Services I 45 am
labbi Shapiro will preach
n .
TEMPLE 6438 SW 8th St
ve Rabbi Charles Rubel
JRAEl AND GREATER
(YOUTH SYNAGOGUE '600
}a Orthodo Rabbi Ralph
'8 A)
^.PHAEL CONGREGATION
'83rd St Conservative
'or D 7wellino Cantor

llSRAEL OF
MIAMI
Ith St Miami
South Florida s
Pioneer Retorm
Synagogue
|Joseph Narot Sr Rabbi
I *er>Fridayat|pm
Narot will discuss
' u, .oil Autobiography
I ,hem Begin'
f.nii. id Lecture Series
Sunday '0 am
k.ibbi Aithur Green
I ALL 9990 N
I Rabbis Joseph Narot
Mns'ein
R 31'5 SA "
I Rabbi Solomon
tu C.intor Mymiin L'Krnn
PLE S>55 SW I6tn St
? a''ve Cantor P Miilel
TEMPLt 8900 SW K>Mh
OKond Floor Conservative
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NORTMMIAMI
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Dh Gortmkle Cantor Moshe
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MIAMI BEACH
SRAEL 'I0< Carlyle Ave
|hodox Rabbi Sheldon N Ever
I" t L 2400 Pine Tree Or
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|H ISRAEL "0 40th St Orthodox
Dbi Mordecai Shapiro dt>
|th JACOB 301 Washington Ave
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[H RAPHAEL Temple 1S4S Jetter
In Ave Conservative Cantor Saul H
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IMPLEBETHSMOLOM-
Chase Avenue at 4lt St
LeonKronish 538- '131 Liberal
Cantor David Conviser
Nflay Services I 1 sorgan Prelude 45
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" 1% Will Be Great"
Sabbath Services lO:4Sa.m.
ar Mitivah Stephen Inun
Sunday Lecture '0 a m
Sharon StrassfeM
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION 843 Meridian Ave_, Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig (22 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION 935
Euclid Ave Orthodox Rabbi Israel
M Tropper Cantor Henry Fuchs
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TlON 843 Meridian Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig (!JAl
CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Rd
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
l'OO Michigan Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaig (23)
.CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION '15 Washmqton
Ave Orthodox Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melamed i?3 A)
TEMPLE EMANU EL
I'OI Washington Avenue
53* 1S03
Conservative
Dr Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Late Friday Services I 30pm
Rabbi Maxwell Berger
will discuss
"Rites and Rights Do We
Have What it Takes?"
Saturday Morning Service 9am
The Rabbi will preach
on the weekly Torah Portion
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION '544
Washington Ave Orthodox (32)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE 5445
Collms Avenue Conservative
HEBREW ACADEMY
Dr Orthodox Rabb
Gross
2400 Pine Tree
Alexander S
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SY
NAGOGUE '532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Engei
KNESETH ISRAEL '425 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrtirid
Cantor Abr.iham Sail
^UBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabb'
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TEMPLE MENORAH
620'Sth Street Conservative
16* 0221
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti
Cantor Nico Feldman
Daily Mmyan
Weekdays 45 a m 5 20 p m
Sunday 8 30 a m 6 30 p m
Friday Evening Services 8 I 5 p m
Saturday morning 9 am
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INI TAMiT 80th St and
Tatu"
Eugene i_aboviti Cantor Ed*. N
Klein
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEv\
CENTER '800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh |J2A|
OHEV SHALOM '055 Bon.la
Orthodox Rabbi Ph.neas
Weberman Cantor Sydney
Femsmith i(0)
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4'St Orthodox Rabbi TsviG Schur
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collms Ave Orthodox Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias (3D
NORTHMIAMl BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor lan
Alpern (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19255
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jacob l
Nislick (33 A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER W2
Aventura Blvd North Miami Beach
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
man
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Saturday Services 830 a.m. Daily Chapel Services M am. 5:30p.m. Sunday la m 530pm
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE 200 "8th St
Conservative Rabbi Dr Abraham I
Jacobson (27 B)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 5'l
NE l'lst St Conservative Rabbi
NesimGambach Cantor Ane Ovadia
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Retorm Rabbi
Ralph P Kingsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes (32)
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE lit SI NE
19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Dov
Bidnick (38)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIA
Ml 990 NE l'lst St Orthodox Rabbi
ZevLett (39)
CORAL GABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER. COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE university ot Miami nop
Miller Drive Rabbi Robert A Seigel
Asst Dir Morton Aroll
ajuDEA TEMPLE 5S00 Granada Blvd
Retorm Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat.
ZAMORA TEMPLE 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Dr Akiva
Brilliant. Cantor Louis Hershman
(41)
SURFSiDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D Vine (50)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 183
NE 8th St Conservative Rabbi Paul
Bender (5D
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM IEMPLE 310 SW 62nd
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max
Landman (4? B)
TEMPLE BETH El 1351 S l4th Ave
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Won (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE 4601
Arthur St Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky Cantor Irving
Gold (46)
SiNAi TEMPLE 1201 Johnson St Con
v.itive Rabbi Paul M Katz Rabbi
Emeritus David Shapiro (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL 5'00 Sheridan St .
Hollywood. Fid 33021 Rabbi Robert
P Frann Cantor Bruce Malm (C42)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION 400 S Nob Hill Rd Liberal Re
torm Rabbi Sheldon J Harr (64)
RE CONST RUCTlONIST
GOGUE '4'3NW4thSt (69)
SYNA
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester (48)
DEERFIELDBEACH
V.PLE BETH ISRAEL Century
Village East Conservative Rabbi
David Berent
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION '640
Margate Blvd Conservative Cantor
Charles Perlman
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morns A Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renzer (49)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLY
WOOD 3291 Sterling Rd Orthodox
Rabbi Moshe E Bo--
COWALSPRlNGS
.!'. | Bl '' OS Riverside
Drive Retorm Rabbi Leonard Zoil
ANDALE
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416 NE 8th Ave Cons.--. It Dr
Car Rabbi (12)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE 200 NW
Douglas Rd Liberal Retorm David
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Rabbi Philip A Labow.tz Cantor
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NUFL TEMPLE 3245 W Oak
land Park Blvd Retorm Rabbi Joel
S Goor Cantor Jerome Klement 4J
OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE
435'W Oakland Park Blvd Orthodox
Rabbi Saul D Herman
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
NW 5'th St Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 A)
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd Miami, Fla 33132
5'6 4000 Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Execu
live Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flagler St. Miami, Fla 33131
329 4553 Rabbi Lewis E Bogage.
Director, union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
UNITEDSYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St North Miami Beach,
Fla 33162 942 6094 Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, Executive Director
T.V. Programs
Sunday.Jan.8
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLGTVCh.10 9:30 a.
Hottt:
Dr. Norman Shapiro
Sunday. Jan 8
Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 7-8:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Topic:
"Should Jews Be
In Politics?"
Hotel Owner, Jack Muravchick
Jack Muravchick. 75, a Miami
Beach hotel owner tor 11 years,
died 1" 30 :n St Francis
Hospital
Since 1936, when be pun I
the v\ esl \ lew Hotel, Mr
Muravchick had owned and
operated hotels including the
Biscayne, Collins, Cambridge,
Henrj Parada, I arlyle, Drake
Betsy Ross, South Seas, Carib-
bean and Sagamore
HE WAS a founding director
of Miami National Bank and a
director of the Hank of Miami
Beach He was a member of
Temple Beth Sholom, Hibiscus
Lodge 275, Mahi Temple Scottish
Rite, life member Jewish Home
for the Vged, Fellow of the Miami
Beach Hebrew Vcademy, life
member BPO Elks Lodge 1601,
life member Miami Beach Home
tor Retarded Jewish Children.
and Mounl Sinai Hospital
In 1964, Mr Muravchick
JACK MURAVCHICK
received a leadership award from
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration
Sun Ivors include his
daughter, Jewel Stern, brother,
Harry. sister, Gertrude
Leibowitz; and two grand-
children
Services held Riverside Inter
ment held at Ml Nebo
Sol Kaye, Active in B'nai B'rith
Sol Kaye, of North Miami
Beach, died Jan 3 A local
resident for 13 years, he came
from Bloomsberg, Pa and New
York City
He was a member of B'nai
B'rith and past president of
Sunny Isle Lodge He also was
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several M'nai B'rith lodges He
was a Florida State B nai B'rith
Chairman for Israel Vffairs and
en chairman District 5, Israel
Affairs
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nt llillel Vdvisory Hoard ol the
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Jewish communal work in Fed-
eration and Israel Bonds He was
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Shalom
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Morns
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Friday. January fi

Voters Inc. Elect 78 Board d*9*8 to >mene
Of Directors, Officers At Fontainebleau
The following people were
elected as officers and board of
directors to Voters Incorporated
for 1*78
Klected to the board of
directors are Harry Levy, chair-
man; Alfred I. Bleemer. Stanley
M. Brody. Kleanor A. Burke.
Robert H. Burns. A. Neil Com-
posto. Lillian Di Vito and
Mildreds Falk
Also George Firestone, State
Senator; Ix>u Gold. Myron Gold,
Dr Leonard Haber. Mayor of
Miami Beach. Robert London
and Wallace N Maer
Also Joseph W. Malek. Miami
Beach Councilman; Murray S.
Meyerson, Al Nason. William
ONeil III. Nat Potamkin.
Richard R. Renick. State
Senator; and Harold Rosen.
ALSO Robert A. Skidell. Paul
B. Steinberg. State Rep-
resentative; Douglas Stevens.
Leonard O. Weinstein. Miami
Beach Councilman, and Leonard
Zilbert
HARRY LEVY
Harry Levy, president and
District Deputy for Free Sons of
Israel; Wallace N. Maer. first
vice president; A. Neil Com-
posto. second vice president;
Stanley M. Brody. third vice
president; Eleanor A. Burke,
fourth vice president; Lou Gold,
treasurer; and Robert London,
recording and corresponding
secretary.
Voters Incorporated will hold
an open to the public meeting
with a question and answer
period in the auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association at 1234
Washington Ave Miami Beach,
on Tuesday. Jan 10 at 8 p.m.
Guest speakers will be Dade
Circuit Court Judge Francis X
Knuck. Bennett Brummer. chief
of the Dade County Public
Defender's Court, and Karl G.
Saenger. manager of the Miami
Beach Social Security Office.
Harry Levy, president of Voters
Incorporated, will be the
moderator.
Looking at the Whole Person
in Every Dentist is thethemol
the eighth annual Miami Winter
Dental Meeting. Jan 15-18at the
Fontainebleau Hotel Dr
I^onard M Sakrais. president of
the Fast Coast District Dental
Society, which sponsors the
meeting, expects more than 4.(XX)
dentists. hygienists. dental
assistants and their families to
register during the four-day
event.
Featured speakers include Dn
Irving and Gerald Newmark. a
dentist-educator team from
Studio City. Calif The brothers
will share the lectern during a one
and a half day seminar on
Creative Management in
Dentistry."
MEDICAL writer lecturer Dr
Alex Comfort is scheduled for an
all-day seminar on human
sexuality on Wednesday. Jan 1 -
The author of Joy of Sex. More
Joy and It's a Good Age. will
cover Questions and Answers
on Human Sexuality' during the
morning and address the problem
of Aging: Real and Imaginary
in the afternoon.
Special guest at the meeting is
Dr John C Greene, assistant
Surgeon General. U.S Public
Health Service. Washington.
DC. Dr Greene will address the
luncheon on Monday.
National Dental
Chabad to Send Students To
Chabad Encounter Weekend
In its efforts tO reach Jewish
mta at the universit) level
(habad m Florida i- sending a
,tion of young men anc
women to the annual hncounter
with Chabad
Rabbi -\hraham Korf the
movement regional director,
has announced that two t habad
directors, Rabbis Da\id EUexns
and Casnel Bnisowankin will
lead the Florida delegation.
THE STUDENTS attending
will be housed in private homes in
the Crown Heights section of
Brooklyn, where they will ex-
perience daily life with a
Chassidk family The en-
counter is an intensive weekend
of stud) discussions. and
seminars conducted by rabbis,
educators, university prolessors.
and authors
Chabad House also announced
that it is conducting free Talmud
Torah classes in various Uk
throughout Greater Miami
Fort Lauderdalt
ttd
Rabbi Joseph Biston director
of Chabad activHiet
These Talmud Torah lassstsn
free of charge M if
can avail themselves u> t hern mi
all Jewish children are urged to
join Boys who participate willb,
able to achieve a Bar Mitnik
through this program nd phi
will receive a certificate of
achievement
For further information
contact the Chabad H
Lincoln Group to Hear
Review of Day an Book\
The Lincoln Group of
Hadassah will hold its repiltr
meeting on Monday Ian 9 u
12:30 pm in the 100 Lincoln
Road Clubroom in Miami Bssdi
Lillian Ship will review If, /a
b\ Moshe Dayan
opening
Jan 16
I ssues and Actions
on
Rabbi Sees Cause for Action Against
Jews for Jesus Movement Here
Calling the Jews for Jesus
movement more fatal than
drugs. Rabbi David Fliezrie.
director of Chabad House-Jewish
Student Center at the University
of Miami, has called on the
Jewish community of Miami to
combat the movement by
fighting fire with fire.
Fliezrie said the movement is
gaining momentum here,
evidenced by the fact that they
have become a recognized
student organization at Florida
International University, have
begun regular classes and
meetings in North Miami Beach,
and have been handing out liter-
ature at shopping centers and the
Orange Bowl
We decry the spiritual assault
on our youth by those who seek
by all diverse methods to channel
our youth away from Judaism."'
he said The Jewish talent in
writing and music must be pooled
in an effort to use the mediums of
song and the written word to
bring about more involvement
and pride of our Jewish youth in
Judaism '
Rabbi to Predict
Future Happenings
Rabbi Dr David Raab
spiritual leader of Temple King
Solomon. The Temple on the
Mall." will make his annual pre-
dictions at the temple in Miami
Beach during the Friday night
services at r> p m
Predictions by Rabbi Raab
have attracted attention in recant
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Pioneer Women to Hear
Talk on Mid East Peace
Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Zionist Federation,
will speak on "The Quest for
Peace in the Middle East"
Wednesday, Jan. 11 at a noon
meeting of the Beba Idelson
Chapter of Pioneer Women. The
session, in the civic auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, 1133 Nor-
mandy Drive, Miami Beach, is
open to the public.
Minnie and Charles Greenhauf,
celebrating their 65th wedding
anniversary, will be the hosts for
the meeting. Fannie Darcy, pub-
licity chairman, said Fannie
Gibson, president, will chair the
session.
David Coleman, Florida state
president of the American Red
Magen David for Israel, will
speak on "Combatting Anti-
Semitism" Monday, Jan. 9
during a 7:30 p.m. meeting of the
Sabra Chapter of Pioneer
Women. The session will be held
at the St. Croix Apartments civic
room in North Miami. Sylvia
Bergman, publicity chairman,
can be contacted for more in-
formation.
Seymour B. Liebman,
president of the Jewish Historical
Society of South Florida and
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation, will
review the book, Those of the
Street, by Kenneth Moore,
Sunday, Jan. 8 at a 12:30 p.m.
meeting of Kinneret Chapter of
Pioneer Women, to be held in the
civic auditorium of Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Drive,
Miami Beach.
Jewish Catalog Author to Speak
Sharon Strassfeld, editor of _, Tickets are available at the
The Jewish Catalog, will be the TemP'e-
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JWVAuxiliary To
Host Ward Party
West Miami Auxiliary 223,
Jewish War Veterans will hold its
regular monthly meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 5 at 8 p.m. at the
home of Tanya Levine in Miami.
Program for the evening will be
"Put on a Happy Face," a
makeup demonstration and con-
sultation presented by Linda
Weinstein, cosmetician.
Auxiliary President Thelma
Potlock, and Program Chairman
Natalie Rosenberg can be con-
tacted for more information.
On Saturday, Jan. 7 at 7 p.m.,
the Auxiliary and Post 223 will
host a Ward Party at the
Veterans Administration
Hospital. Hospital Chairman
Ruth Herman can be contacted
for more information.
On Thursday, Jan. 19 the
Auxiliary board will hold its
monthly meeting at 8 p.m. at the
home of Gladys Isgar in Miami.
Senior vice president, Charlotte
Mittler, will chair the meeting.
E. Anthony Infante (left), president of the Southeast National
Bank of Coral Way, presents a check for the purchase of Israel
Bonds to Enrique Adouth, president of the recent Cuban-
Hebrew community dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds. The
purchase by the Southeast National Bank of Coral Way was the
fourth consecutive annual Israel Bonds purchase made by the
bank, bringing its total to $100,000.
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Lecture Series of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami on
Sunday. Jan. 8 at 1 0:30 a.m. at
the Temple in Miami Beach.
Strassfeld will speak on The
Birth of I'ltc ./('irish Catalog." A
mini-course in preparation tor the
lecture will be given by ("aria
Spector. librarian. Central
Agency for Jewish Education, on
Jan. 8 from 7:15-8:30 p.m. at
Beth Sholom.
On Sunday. Feb. 5, author
Isaac Bashevis Singer will be the
speaker and on March 5, author
Meyer Levin will speak. April 2,
author Howard Blum is
scheduled.
Sisterhood to See
Mind Reader Perform
Harold Collins, a mind reader,
will demonstrate the mind
reading technique at the Temple
Menorah Sisterhood meeting on
Wednesday, Jan. 11 at noon at
the Temple Menorah Social Hall.
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