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

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THt JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume51 Number 3
Miami, Florida Friday, January 20, 1978
By Mail M Cents Two Sections Price 35 Cents
ISRAEL SCENE
Land-Swap Eyed
To Break Deadlock
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman has been author-
ized to propose territorial
changes in Sinai to the
Egyptians when the Joint
Military Committee con-
venes in Cairo late this
week, it was learned from
reliable sources.
The changes, which
would amount to an ex-
change of land between Is-
rael and Egypt, could solve
the problem of Israeli set-
tlements and air fields in
Sinai, now the outstanding
issue between the two
countries, the sources said.
Close Encounters of a Kind:
Movienian Spielberg is Alone
|B> ELLIOT BECKELMAN
Faster than a speeding quark,
pre powerful than an exploding
able to leap entire galaxies
single hyperspace jump.
Encounters of the Third
goes nowhere, lost in space
llywood'a star-studded gaze
he Milky American Way
lost Encounters, written and
iCted by Steven Spielberg, of
Irs fame, is an ambitious, $18
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belief in, and hope for, the pos-
sibility of alien life.
Here, we observe a team of
Vmerican scientists, led by
Lacombe (French director Fran-
cois Truffaut. acting in his first
American film), as they in-
vestigate in a Mexican desert the
mysterious 40-year-late ap-
pearance of World War 11 fighter
planes
This scene contains a rich
WORLD OF ART
pillion attempt to strip the phe-
Jmenon of UFOs (Unidentified
lying Objects) of their paper-
pck scientific-fiction skepticism
lid repaint them with an alluring
felievability.
FROM the first scene,
pielberg works at our initial
ist rust of fantasy films by using
\e credibility of relevant science
B encourage our unadmitted
feeling of both believability and
unfamiliarity: we can almost
taste and feel the sands whipping
our faces; the bleak desert colors
are strident; close camera shots
allow men in uniforms to loom
out of the sandstorm like ap-
paritions coming to life; the
sounds and the music are
chilling. And before long, the
intensity of this scientific team
searching for a clue in the desert
moves us to accept their sin-
cerity \s a further result, we, the
audience, have now become part
of the scientific quest.
BUT SCIENCE alone cannot
convince us of UFOs. As much as
science gives, its prudence takes
away. Spielberg must now keep
science, with its Inherent claim to
truth, on the forefront; but he
must now enlarge it beyond the
real to encompass the possible.
Enter electrical power worker
Roy Neary. played by Richard
Dreyfus; a young mother. Jillian
Guiles, played by Melinda
Dillon; and her precocious child
Harry, played by Cary Guffey.
Three typical Americans will
have actual contact ("the third
kind") with UFOs. These three,
and others who encounter a UFO
will experience a certain fallout
which moves them to undergo a
Continued on Page 12-A
EZER WEIZMAN
IT WAS learned that the
agreement to resume the military
talks this week was at Israel's in-
sistence The military committee
adjourned last Friday without
setting a date for its next ses-
sions. When the weekend dead-
lock over the political committee
agenda was resolved, it was an-
nounced that tin military com-
mittee would reconvene Monday.
Jan. 23.
Israel took the position that
the military talks should proceed
independently of the political
committee talks which opened in
Jerusalem early this week. After
telephone conversations between
Jerusalem and Cairo, the Egyp-
tians agreed to advance the date
to Thursday, Jan. 19.
Israeli settlements in Sinai re-
main the chief topic on the agen-
da and will be confined to the
Military Committee, although it
might be taken up by the
Political Committee at a later
date.
MEANWHILE, it was an
nounced that Deputy Defense
Minister Mordechai Zippori will
serve as Israel's liaison between
the two committees. He has been
named Defense Ministry repre-
sentative at the Political Com-
mittee talks and w ill also serve as
Weizman's deputy on the Mili-
tary Committee.
According to reports from Cai-
ro, the Egyptians want to keep
the military talks at a low key
and away from the limelight of
publicity. They are opposed to
more Israeli journalists coming
there to cover the sessions and
want to reduce the number of Is-
raeli media people already in
Cairo.
The Israeli team ol technicians
in Cairo will also be reduced since
the major headquarters work is
being done in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem Talks Agenda
Shows Many Compromises
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Here is the authoritative
version of the agreed
agenda for the Jerusalem
Political Committee. There
are three items:
A declaration of principles
which would govern the
negotiation of a comprehensive
peace settlement in the Middle
East;
0 The guidelines for nego-
tiations relating to the issues of
the West Hank and Gaza (the
Israeli version says "Judea.
Samaria and Gaza ":
# The elements of peace treat us
between Israel and its neighbors
in accordance with the principles
of Security Council Resolution
242.
COMMENTING on this
agenda. Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan pointed out that it jibed
"with all of Israel's positions." It
did not mean, of course. Dayan
told newsmen, that Egypt would
refrain from raising all its own
Continued on Page 13-A
AJCong. Takes Out After Cults I
NEW YORK Young people
or parents who wish to bring suit
against religious cults for im-
prisonment, breach of contract,
violations of child labor laws and
other illegal activities will be
assisted by the American Jewish
Congress under a new program
launched in response to growing
concern in the Jewish community
about cult activities and their
AMERICAN SCENE
effects on impressionable young
people.
The new Committee on Cults
will be chaired by Harold Becker
of Flushing. NY., corresponding
secretary of the AJC and a leader
of Jewish community affairs in
New York City.
IN DESCRIBING the pur
poses of the committee, Becker
said:
"The American Jewish
Congress is strongly committed
to religious freedom as guaran-
teed by our Constitution. Hut
Continued on Page 8-A
\Director Spielberg on location
Ed Koch: Final Triumph... Page 10-A


Page 12-A
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Friday, Januarys

Saudi Snub of Rosalynn Deplored
Women's rights leaders from around the nation
have reacted angrily to the second-class treat-
ment accorded Rosalynn Carter by Saudi Arabian
officials during the President's visit to the male-
dominated desert kingdom, the New York Ni
reports.
Mrs. Carter was given no place on the
welcoming platform at the airport, where Carter
got a red carpet reception, and had to walk six
feet behind her husband at all times in public.
\1r~ Carter also was excluded from the state
banquet for Carter and dined with women in a
separate part of the palace, according to the
Yc -
The role of women in the Middle East is
shocking. said Eleanor Cutri Smeal. the first
housewife elected president of the National
Organization for Women. NOW. with TOO
chapters and 65.000 members, is the largest
American organization devoted to feminism.
A gay rights bill which is expected to be intro-
duced in the City Council of New York City this
month, is an infringement upon the religious
rights of Americans and a severe blow to funda-
mentals in education, a major 55-year-old Ortho-
dox Jewish group stated this week.
Dr, Bernard Fryshman. chairman of the Com-
mission on Legislation of Agudath Israel of
America, announced that the organization, whose
policies are set by distinguished Jewish scholars,
will mobilize the Orthodox Jewish community to
HASSAN
DR. NADICH
defeat any measures which would compel schools
to hire homosexual teachers or require that a
family rent to an avowed homosexual couple.
Dr. Fryshman stated: It is a red herring to
charge that those who refuse to hire homosexual
teachers are violating their civil rights because
society has the right to protect itself against any
group or individual whose conduct and practices
violate religious and social mores."
The progress of Israeli-Egyptian peace
negotiations, the best way to deal with American
Nazis, how to advance women's rights, the
Administration's programs for employment and
welfare, organizing to help Soviet Jews, keeping
religious observances out of the public schools,
combatting proselytization these are a few of
the many community relations concerns that will
be aired at the annual Plenary Session of the
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory
Sen. Howard Baker (R., Tenn.) is shown
(left) being introduced to a session of the
recent World Jewish Congress meeting in
Washington, D.C., by Harold M. Jacobs
(right), president of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America, Baker
said that Israel has the "unflinching sup-
port" of Congress.
ROSALYNN CARTER
Council when it meets in Tucson. \ru Jan 22 to
-'5.
More than 350 Jewish communal leaders will be
delegates at this annual meeting of the NJCR \i .
the umbrella organization of nine major Jewish
national organizations and over a hundred Jewish
councils in cities throughout the United State*
A Tel Aviv University team of experts has
recommended an.urgent study and evaluation of a
plan for a cross-country canal dropping from
Haifa to the Dead Sea to produce hydroelectric
power by exploiting the natural drop from the
Mediterranean Sea's zero sea level to the Dead
Sea's approximately 1.300 ft. 1400 metersi below
sea level. In addition to the economic advantages
of the plan, the canal offers promising oppor-
tunities for peaceful cooperation with Jordan
The canal was proposed by engineer Shlomo
Our in 1970.
The government of Jordan is constructing an
irrigation network which will divert the waters ol
the Yarmoukh River, the principal tributary of
the Jordan River Consequentlv. by 1981-2. the
Jordan River will begin to dry up and degenerate
into something like a drainage channel The
proposed canai scheme would keep the waters of
the Jordan River flowing, although with salt
water.
Dr. Judah Nadich of Park Avenue Synagogue
of New York City, has just been elected Chairman
of the Jewish Welfare Board's Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy.
Dr. Nadich served as adviser on Jewish affairs
to Gen. Eisenhower during World War II.
Alexander Hassan, of Washington. D.C., an
engineer and real estate developer, has been
elected president of the American Technion
Society. Hassan has been an active supporter of
engineering education in Israel for more than
three decades.
Born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada, he was
graduated from the Rennsselaer Polytechnic
Institute in Troy, NY., as a civil engineer in 1927.
He and his wife. Sylvia, have been residents of
Washington. D.C.. for more than four decades
Rabbi Yaakov G. Rosenberg, spiritual leader
for 18 years of Congregation Adath Jeshurun.
Elk ins Park. Pa., and formerly spiritual leader of
Beth David Congregation. Miami, has been
named vice chancellor for development of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America. The
appointment was announced by Dr. Oerson I)
Cohen. Seminary chancellor. It will take effect
July 1.
Rabbi Rosenberg is a graduate of Johns
Hopkins University and the Baltimore Hebrew
College. He was ordained by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary in 1949. and holds the degree of
Master of Hebrew literature and the honorary-
degree of Doctor of Hebrew letters from that
institution.
Morris Olshina. who has been named 1978 ORT
Man of the Year, will head a roster of five New
Yorkers to be honored at this year's national
conference of the American ORT Federation to
be held here at the Hotel Americana from Friday
Jan. 20 through Sunday. Jan. 22. it was an-
nounced by Harold Friedman of New York
national president of the 150.000-member
organization, and Dr. Roland Moskowitz. of
Cleveland, chairman of the groups National
Organization Committee.
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dexander Slepak told a
\is conference in Miami
Wednesday that his
itest fear is for his
tinger brother, 18-year-
Leonid.
5lepak spoke with news-
at the Greater Miami
yish Federation Building
png a visit sponsored
by the South Florida
fcference on Soviet
fry.
IE CONFERENCE is a
kmittee of the Greater Miami
pish Federation's Community
tions Committee.
lepak is a member of a family
ch has become the symbol of
Jewish freedom and refusenik
pement in the Soviet Union.
was granted permission to
rate in October 1977. and is
nng the United States to gain
tort for his family.
peaking of his fears for his
her. Slepak said that "Five
ago, Leonid's Bar Mitzvah
[the first to be celebrated in
I Moscow Synagogue in 50
iTKR, during one of the fre-
H K(iH raids on the family's
tmerit, the young man was
led that if he tried to contact
tern news media, his fingers
|d be broken.
wonid has now gone into
If! to escape arrest." Slepak
the news conference.
eatened with draft into the
i't Army, my brother refused
:turn on that grounds that he
lot consider himself loyal to
ISSR."
fpak explained that military
be would mean denial of par-
Oil lor Leonid to apply to
rate for five veers afterward
secrecy reasons." If arrest-
ind charged. Slepak said,
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"Leonid faces two years of exile picnic. the Miamians were
in Siberia for evading the draft." harassed by the KGB.
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THE SLEPAK family was vi-
sited in March 1975 by a group of
South Florida dentists and their
wives. While accompanying the
family and other Soviet Jews on a
Upon their return to South
Florida, they initiated a hunger
strike in solidarity with the Sle-
paks who were then on a hunger
strike in their Moscow home. The
hunger strike received wide me-
dia attention and quickly spread
to 30 cities across the United
States and to 14 foreign coun-
tries.
In May. 1977. North Miami
Beach residents Lois and Mickey
Krop traveled to the Soviet
Union once again for the sole
purpose of maintaining direct ties
with the Slepak family. Along
with other members of the South
Florida Conference on Soviet
Jewry, the Krops have acted as
watchdogs from the West to try
to ensure the personal safety and
c\ nit ual freedom for the Slepaks.
THE COURAGEOUS Slepak
family has captured the attention
of members of Congress, union
leaders and journalists by refus-
ing to be intimidated by the
harsh treatment by Soviet offi-
cials in the seven years since fil-
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Vladimir Slepak. Alexander's
father, has become the accepted
leader of the hundreds of Soviet
Jews who are being persecuted
because of their desire to go t
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LmiKtrhrkHar
l-nday. Janu..
The World Must Know
Alexander Slepak. the world-renowned Soviet
refusnik. was in Miami Wednesday to tell the terrifying
story of his family and its agonies at the hands of the
vicious Communist regime.
For over seven vears now. the Slepak family have
waited for exit visas to go to Israel. During this time, the
Soviet Union's authorities have launched a campaign ot
harassment against the entire family, now centering on 18-
year-old Leonid Slepak in hiding from charges of "draft
evasion.''
Young Leonid faces this dilemma: If he served, then
the Soviet Union would deny him an exit visa to Israel on
the grounds that his service gave him access to -military
secrets.*' Now that he is in hiding, he faces three years of
imprisonment for 'draft evasion'' if he is caught.
The Soviets have the Slepaks coming and going.
Ditto for the .Anatoly Sharanskys, married on July 4^
1974. in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Moscow, with
their honevmoon over the very next day. July5. 19.4. For
it was on that day that Natalia Sharansky had to leave the
Soviet Union or never he allowed to leave again
Natalia is in Israel now. while Anatoly is in prison on
trumped-up charges of treason.'' the two lovers living
their lives of private agony worlds apart.
But the Sharansky story must not be private. The
Sharansky agony must not In- private. Neither must the
Slepak agony. "Both are hideous examples of anti-
Semitism "of the suppression of human rights at the
hands of the Soviets, whose phony protestations that
theirs is a free and democratic society makes a mockery of
freedom and democracy.
The world must know.
Telling the Whole Story
Ever since our Front Page report from Chicago on
Frank Collin. billed as America's No. 1 Nazi, we h
received letters and telephone calls, both pro and con. on
the proprietv of giving Collins portrait, replete with
swastika, and the report itself such journalistic
prominence.
We are well aware of the arguments on both sides of
the issue.
On the one hand, burying such information, or so the
theory goes, tends to bury the culprit and his movement.
It is publicity on which such heinous specimen-
humanitv tend" to thrive, and why give them what they
want? Why give them precisely the kind of Front Page
treatment that feeds their ego and their movement, and
that disseminates even further their detestable
propaganda?
On the other hand, in our view, failing to report such
information does a disservice to our readers because it
therefore fails to warn them that a Frank Collin is very
much alive, very much active in the world of the bigot and
very much prepared to do his stuff should the least op-
portunity ever arise.
It is not. it seems to us. information that is
dangerous. On the contrary, it is ignorance that is.
We recognize that it is difficult to strike an intelligent
balance here. The truth is. that we take very seriously our
journalistic responsibility to do just that. But an informed
public, however incensed a swastika may make it. is far
better equipped to defend itself than a public denied the
information it ought to have should an emergency arise.
A free press should not take upon itself the "duty''
that in fact does not belong to a free press to determine
what the public ought and ought not to know. The public
should be free to form its own judgments and be equipped
to act of action is necessary.
Don't Forget the Boycott
Congress for the first time last year adopted a tough
anti-boycott law which prohibits companies from com-
plying with boycott provisions or from refusing to do
business with Israel or with a company that trades with
Israel.
The Administration now has to announce the
regulations by which American companies will be required
to fulfill the law. However, there are many in Congress
who believe that the regulations being readied by the
Department of Commerce are too lax and do not meet the
intent of the law as passed by Congress. Congress, in the
second half of the current 95th session, will be seeking to
get the Administration to adopt more stringent
regulations.
Jewish Floridian
Chasing the Russian Rainbow
ALL OF us must applaud the
recent resolution of the Com-
munity Relations Committee ot
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration urging American Jews to
he wan of supporting cultural
and sporting event- involving
Soviet participants
The resolution took a lot of
gut- to pas- because it violates
the obtuse attitude, particularly
among Jewish culture vulture-.
that art ha- nothing to do with
politics and who will now be
doubly vociferous in their criti-
who commit them-
S to acting on the principle
that it does
IT IN no way diminishes the
value ot the Federation resolution
st that it should
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have long refused to attend
.... or rental- featuring
rtists much to the
anguish ol friends who could not
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understand this bigotry" I
I freely confess thai
my refusal was an aftectauT5,
simply gagged at the J
tarry-eyed reactions o) tiJr
friends in their worship 0| tk
latest Soviet phenomenon or. a!
fiddle or keyboard
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Hubert Humphrey: A Short Memory
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Volume 51
12 SHEVAT
Number 3
In the history hook of mv
times. Hubert Humphrey occu-
pies a central position I was
there in Philadelphia the summer
of 1948 when he alone, in my
opinion, turned certain defeat
into victory for Harry Truman
and the Democratic Party
It was as dramatic an example
of brilliant oratory as one could
hope to hear in a lifetime when
the young mayor of Minneapolis
delivered his challenge for the
Democratic Party to get out of
the shadow of states' rights and
walk forthrightly in the bright
sunshine of human rights "
TWENTY YEARS later, al-
most to the day. his dreamed-for
nomination as the Democratic
candidate for President of the
United States set off demonstra-
tions quite the opposite to the
one which thrilled us in
Philadelphia
Dump the Hump' was only
one of the milder banners which
young radicals and old liberals
carried to express their oppo-
sition to the hero of 194*. now the
enemy of 1968.
Even I could write in The Jen -
ish Floridian of Oct. 18. 1968,
that It takes a heap of courage
to vote for Nixon, but for at least
one reason, this seems the least of
the impending evils That reason
being the obvious fact that only
the crushing defeat of the old
Democratic Party could bring
about the reformation of a party
which again would represent the
moderate liberal forces in this
country (however! I shall vote
for Hubert Humphrey-
Hut the unreconciled followers
of Eugene McCarthy would not
recognize the implications as i
did of the victory of Nixon, not
only in extension of the Vietnam
War which was their hangup
(mine. too), but in the appoint-
ments to the Supreme Court and
other policies which have affected
the course of American history.
THEY REMAINED home on
the course of American history
THEY REMAINED home on
Election Day. skipped the vote
for President if they did go out
and vote, or voted for Kichard
N ixon.
Since I write of decades, my
history takes me back 30 vears to
the end of 1947 when I first met
Hubert Humphrey. McCarthy
Orville Freeman, An Naftalin
and a brilliant group of young
men and women at the conven-
tion of Minnesota s Democratic
farmer Labor Party
B) coincidence. 1 (lea back to
New iork on the same plane with
Humphrey and spent several
hours discussing politics with
mm. have never forgotten the
remark the man next nK. made
when I returned to my seat
. THAT FELLOW is gob* *
2 wr n, Unhed States
Senator I m Republican, but I
believe most of ua will voU for
hirni because he a man of such
great character The results in
his (ml lor the Si
proved the respect tin |
his stat,. hail, regar Hi kipart>
\ few weeks later literal!) K
was dated January IS 1941*-
wrote in a weekly which I hid be-
gun after my discharge from th
Army that Humphrey was *
important part of a new move
ment seeking to rejuventt
liberal politics The creation
\mericans for Democratic *cu
(ADA), a liberal organia"^"
specifically excluding ComiM
nists. had generated a fierce*
bate in which I was an actM
participant as a member of t*
National Board ak>ng with suet
personalities as K lea nor Koose
veil. Arthur Schlesingar J'
Keinhold Niebuhr and 0tlW
to me, awesome stature BOB"
New Deal era
Newcomer to I hi- *"*?
though he was. Hubert Hub*
rej was not to be denied anein.
leadership role
THE TITLE ol '"> artKJ
almost 30 vears to this day
The Liberal Dilemma I""
carwr ol Hubert Humph*
which took in that enure pen*
the heading i,artuUJi
apropos. Constant!) w-n*...
between Idealism and P
mat ism. the liberal -'n,!,")k,
only in term- ol ""i'r'
alternatives
if m h.s poi.ucai t;J;
the fate of Hubert Humph
Waa one he share,! h <"*"
us That he eh- to waUin
often than not on the SM* _
sir,,, where then ,
bright sunshine 0\
rights" is to me th. realm."*-
of a great man of my UB""
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It Was Mistake to Give
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believe it is a mistake to give
Nazi Party thai much pub-
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(Mi the first page, ;is it sp-
ied in your l:in. 13 edition.
for years. AIM. and others
cautioned us about this type
blicity.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
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TOR. The Jewish Fhridian:
cannot help but observe thai
od Friend and distinguished
pgue "f mine in the rabbinate
ed quite boldly thai the
(rican Civil Liberties Union is
itul to the Jewish people.
Jhile 1 do not especially like
idea of having the members ol
(American Nazi Party march
he streets ol \merica, I
lid not condemn an organize-
ol such long standing
fcficance as the \CLI for
trling the right ol any group
OUR
ReadeRs
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Let Thy Words Be Brief
KuhcU'th (Ecclestastes)
to march, so long as it does not
participate in violations of the
law.
I ACRF.E with my colleague
that the very appearance ol Nazis
on the streets can be an incite-
ment to Jews who recall the das-
tardly acts ot those who formerly
bore that najne.
It is quite possible that the
courts will rule that when such a
partv marches, it is an incitement
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EDITOR. The!<-u ish Fhridian:
It was first with amusement
and then with dismay that I read
the Leo Mindlin column (Friday.
.Ian. 13) on "Books? They're for
Burning."
I can appreciate Mr. Mindlin's
embarrassment. I cannot speak
tor the other agencies he contact-
ed, but as a librarian with the
Hollywood Mranch of the Bra-
oward County Library System
for the past I 1 years, I must set
the record straight concerning
donation ot hooks to public li-
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OF COURSE, the attitude of
the librarian he contacted is not
to be condoned, hut Mr Mindlin
should be aware that most of the
donations are simply not usable
They are worn, they are soiled,
thev are old with lorn bindings
and they are usually (if non-
fiction) completely obsolete in
content.
We have found roaches, pieces
of food, and because the books
have most probably been stored
away, the odor of mildew is over-
powering and sickening.
We never refuse donations and
go through every book carefully,
not a pleasant job at best. It is
rare when we find something we
can use. The evidence is over-
whelming that the donor has
simplv cleaned house and is look-
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For Mr. Mindlin to equate the
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>Mistll Friday. Januan-20. l9,,
Bonn Given Verbal Lashing
By PETER HOPEN
Bremer Xachrichten
Never has a friendly foreign
statesman given Bonn such an
unmistakable verbal drubbing as
Israel's Moshe Dayan early in
December.
Bonn had still not recovered its
composure after President
Sadat's visit to Jerusalem the
previous weekend; it took its
medicine a little helplessly.
Israel and Egypt, erstwhile
mortal foes, now plan to
negotiate their own settlement of
the Middle East conflict. Some-
Earlx in December. Israel
Foreign Minister Moshe
Da\an visited West Ger-
many where, according to
German press reports, he
had some hard and frank
things to say.
the only way to deal with the
major conflict that is brewing
between Black and white is to
adjust in good time to develop-
ments that are deemed
inevitable.
On his visit to Bonn, Dayan
pressed home the advantage
IN GERMANY
how this is hard to reconcile with
the hitherto accepted view of
world affairs as seen from Bonn.
IT IS certainly the first time
this country's foreign policy
objective of keeping one step
ahead of world affairs has so
clearly been called into question.
This desire to adapt in advance
to anticipated trends played a
leading role in Ottpolitik. Bonn s
policy towards the F.astern Bloc
in the late sixties and early
seventies.
It has also been applied to
inrnr parts of the world in-
cluding, for instance. South
Africa
IN Southern Africa. Bonn is
nviction that
afforded by the encounter bet-
ween President Sadat and Prime
Minister Begin to demonstrate
that there are other viable ways
to conduct foreign policy.
He also took the opportunity of
telling this country, as a leading
member of the European Com-
munity, to hold fire in future with
its premature advice.
Bonn, he told his hosts, has
been anything but an able ad-
vocate of the Israeli cause. Why
did this country, unlike the
I'nited States, vote in favor of a
UN resolution anticipating an
outcome to peace talks thai
clearly to Israel's disadvani.
"IS THAT the gi
vou are concerned"' Dayan
countered on being reminded that
the concept of a Palestinian
national home had been coined by
President Carter.
Yet the two countries proposed
to negotiate with one another and
sound out a compromise or
bridge of some kind or other -
and to meet at the conference
table without fulfilling prior
conditions.
THE leeway open to
negotiations must not. Bonn was
firmlv told, be rendered even
narrower than it already is be
anticipating what may or may
not be deemed a desirable out-
come.
This country. Dayan advised,
must content "itself with recom-
mendations of a general nature
and not trv to solve problems by
itself and tell us what we ought to
be doing."
Both President Sadat and the
Israeli government, he claimed,
had been taken aback by the I S.
attempt to reactivate the Soviet
L'nion on the Middle Fast and
coordinate American policy with
the Kremlin
Having been so frank about
the two sides in the Middle K.t-t
going it alone in their effort s to
arrive at a peace settlement.
Dayan was no less outspoken
about recognition ol thi PLO as
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AJCong. Takes Out After Cults
Continued from Page 1-A
some cults recruit and retain
members through tactics that are
clearly in violation of basic civil
liberties
One of our primary functions
will be to provide legal assistance
to young people or their parents
who seek redress from the courts
for illegal actions by religious
cults.
We are enlisting lawyers
across the country to serve as
volunteer attorneys in this liti-
gation." the AJC leader said,
adding:
IN CONSIDERING the recent
surge of activity by religious cult
groups and the response in the
Jewish community, the American
Jewish Congress has noted that
both the cult groups and those
individuals and groups who have
been injured by their activities
have frequently sought
assistance from the courts and
from legislative bodies and other
government agencies
We have concluded that this
essentially legal aspect of the cult
problem should be closely moni-
tored, with a view to possible
participation by Jewish
organizations, where appropriate.
i both court cases and legis-
lative and executive action.
He said the Congress would
gather information on illegal
activities involving the cults and
report to the Jewish community,
with particular emphasis on:
Bills pending in the state
legislatures and local legislative
bodies dealing with cult activity
in any form:
Investigations of cult ac-
tivities by legislative com-
mittees, state attorneys general
and other official agencies:
Other proceedings involving
In considering the recent surge of activity by religious cult
groups and the response in the Jewish community, the
American Jewish Congress has noted that both the cult
groups and those individuals and groups who hare been
injured b\ their activities have frequently sought
assistance from the courts and from legislative bodies and
other governmental agencies
cults conducted by official
agencies, such as tax authorities:
and
# Court cases.
OTHER functions of the com-
mittee, he noted, will be to
consult with Federal officials on
investigating illegal cult ac-
tivities, and to prepare an in-
formational bulletin on n
affecting the activities of cults
The Committee on Cult-, will
work in conjunction with the
Commission on Jewish Life and
Culture of the AJC. whose
director is Julius Schatz
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Triday. January 20, 1978
* Jen iti Flcridliar
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Sadat Tries to Cool Hot Statements Off
By DAVID LANDAU
ASWAN (JTA) -
President Anwar Sadat moved
deliberately to contain the
escalation of inflammatory state-
ments and counter-statements
between Kgypt and Israel, saying
(hat the substantive positions at
the forthcoming talks not the
advance rhetoric were what
really mattered. Me said he hoped
Israel would prove not to have
toughened its substantive
position. He made his remarks to
?'(porters here, a day before the
opening of the Military Com-
mittee's deliberations in Cairo.
Mut at the same time, Sadat
t irmly reiterated that Israel's
(hone was between land and
peace," and warned that Israel
could not hope for peace so long
as it was occupying another's
territory.
In the Egyptian press, the
angry reactions to Israel's latest
settlement actions reached a new
crescendo of bitterness, casting a
shadow over the start of the talks
in Cairo.
MUCH quoted was a lengthy
front page editorial by AlAkhbar
editor Mouss Sabry urging the
Israeli people to press their
government' against a return
to the Stone Age with all its
blood and wars and threats.'
The most vituperative! y
restrained of the Cairo papers
was the Egyptian Gazette, the
Knglish-language daily put out
by the publishers of the in
dependent and influential Al
Goum-hourriya, Rebutting Prime
Minister Menachem Begin s
argument that land accretion in
the wake of a defensive war is not
impermissible," the paper
continued in its editorial: It is
absurd for a 7,000-year-old nation
to discuss territorial changes'
with a collection of Khazar Jews
who just about have enough
claim (sic) to Arab lands as
Kskimos to Tasmania.
LET IT be known to Mr. Begin
and his rough crew of land-
grabbers that there can never be
Without mentioning what
happened to the chariots, the
editorial concluded: "We should
like to tell today's Israelis: let's
begin in the exodus once again,
gentlemen, but this time we hope
there will be no need for
chariots."
Sadat, who spoke to reporters
%
im
to
any peace agreement between
Egypt and Israel ... so long as
one Israeli soldier remains on
Egyptian soil. The real Jews of
this world, not to be confused
with Mr. Begin's converted
from phallus worship lot.
began their exodus from
Pharaonic Kgypt circa 1222 B.C.
with Egyptian chariots in hot
pursuit."
after escorting the visiting Shah
of Iran to the airstrip here and
again when receiving a group of
British Nil's, said he (lid not want
to get into public polemics with
Begin
BUT ISRAEL cannot have
peace bo long as she holds
another's land. Israel's choice is
land or peace."
IJritish Conservative MP Sir
"It is absurd for a 7,000-
year old nation to discuss
'territorial changes' with a
collection of Khazar Jews
who just hare enough
claim (sic) to Arab lands
as Eskimos to Tasmania."
Al Goum-hourriya
editorial
Dennis Wallers observed that
this had always been Israel's
choice and they have always
chosen land. What makes you
think." he asked Sadal as
reporters listened, that they'll
choose differently this time'.'"
Rut Sadat significantly
refused to join the Englishman in
his a priori condemnation of
I srael.
He agreed on the historical
reading, but added: It was clear
to me from my trip to Jerusalem
that the people of Israel want
peace.
mflKEDEUEUE
ITnEUER
HflPPEnED.
MIDITCOULD
There are those who say
we must forget what happened at
Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchen-
wald. And Munich. And Entebbe.
There are those who say that
Israels people must stand on
their own feet and not expect
help from Jews in America.
And that the problems of
Jews in Russia have abso-
lutely nothing to do with the lives
of Jews living today in Florida. And
that the problems of the aged Jews
on Miami Beach have nothing to do
with the survival of Jews as a people
all over the world.
To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson
history has carved into our souls. For we are not just Russian Jews.
Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young
Jews. Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
And if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not
safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth. ^
And if it is not safe to be a Jew, it will not be ^ L
safe to be a human being. SUPPORT THE **
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| Rain or Shine, koch meets Simway-RioeRS eaRly
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By BERNARD POSTAL
A six-foot balding man with a
pixyish face. New York's new
Mayor Kd Koch won wide
popularity in his Congressional
district by his habit of meeting
subway riders early in the morn-
ing, rain or shine.
AT THE outset of the 1977
campaign, he was given little or
no chance. The polls and the
politicians agreed that at best he
might run third or fourth in a
seven-way primary race in which
the leading candidates were
Mayor Beame, Bella Abzug.
Congressman Herman Badillo.
Mario Cuomo, and Percy Sutton.
the Black president of the
Borough of Manhattan.
Even Koch's strongest ad-
mirers and supporters conceded
that he lacked charisma. But his
most effective TV commercial
turned out to be "After eight
years of charisma, and four years
of the clubhouse, why not try
competence?"
But on the eve of the first
primary, he moved to the front as
a more serious contender than
anyone had imagined before.
That Bess Mverson. a savvy
political lady and highly popular
in her own right, was constantly
at Koch's side, didn't hurt.
n
Panoff
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C.oldberg identifies Jewish innovators famous and less weJJ
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the Kl during the Civil War (hence it was not Henry
There is a certain amount of sensationalism in a book of
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THE AUTHOR of the successful To Be a Jew provides
useful guidance for parents seeking to help their children find
meaning in their Je\ ish identity. Donin presents a traditional '
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of resources for Jewish education including addresses of day
schools across the country, as well as camps youth
organizations, study programs and books.
ON SEPT. 20, there was a
runoff between Koch and Cuomo,
the latter backed by Gov. Carey
and Bella Abzug. with Koch
getting the support of Beame and
Badillo. Koch won easily, topping
Cuomo by 80.000 votes and
capturing every borough but
Staten Island. Koch carried 39 01
the city's 65 Assembly districts,
winning big in the heavily Jewish
areas by 2 to 1. inheriting the
Jewish vote that had gone to
Beame and Abzug in (he first
primary.
Koch also bested Cuomo 5 to A
among the slim turnout of Black
and Puerto Rican voters, most of
whom had voted for Sutton and
Badillo in the Sept. 9th primary
Cuomo did equally well in Italian
and other Catholic neighbor-
hoods, but because the Jewish
voter turnout MCSeded that of
the Chatolics, K victor. Koch's plurality was
78,000 out of 786,000 \ otes casl
CUOMO, who was the favorite
in the runoff, was expected to do
well in the Borough ol Queens
where he had become very
popular as the man whose com-
promise plan settled the bitter
controversy over the massive low
income housing project in Forest
Hills where (he largely Jewish
population was greath em-
bittered by the original projecl
Koch had opposed the plan
But in the runoff. Koch won 7j
percent ol the vote in the an
more than double his 32 percent
in the first primary.
Koch made no bones about
going after the Jewish vote. After
the final TV debate between the
seven candidates in the first
primary, the first thing he did
was to drop in for a ichmooi with
the Lubavitcher Rebbe at the
latter's headquarters on Eastern
Parkway in Brooklyn. During the
campaign Koch told some Jewish
audiences that if elected he would
install a ulatt kosher kitchen in
Grade Mansion, the official
mayoralty residence, so that
kashrut-observing Jews invited
to functions there could feel free
to eat.
IN MAYOR KOCH the people
of New York chose what he
himself describes as "a liberal
with sanity.'' Koch, who is a
bachelor, has been linked
romantically with Miss Mverson.
a divorcee with a grown
daughter.
Although Koch won the
mayoralty with the support of his
fellow Jews, such Jewish backing
for Jewish mayoralty candidates
in New York has been rare.
Before Abe Beame was elected in
1973, even the shrewdest
politicians used to wonder why
New York, with such a huge
Jewish population, had never
before elected a Jew as mayor.
Other American cities some
with only tiny Jewish
populations had elected
Jewish mayors some three and
four Jewish mayors such as
Baltimore. Miami. San Fran-
cisco, Salt Lake City, Min-
neapolis, St. Paul, Dallas, New
Orleans. Seattle, Portland (Ore.),
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MAYOR Kl) KOCH
including substantial turnouts
for primaries unless there is a
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Jew.
They are usually on the side of
the forces of reform and good
government, and lately have
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candidates on such issues as
crime in the streets and capital
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Koch was the eight h Jew to try
t<>r the mayoralty, The first was
Edwin Einstein, the defeated
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THE EXPLANATION is
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than other ethnic groups
Republican candidate in 1892.
Fight years before, the beloved
philanthropist. Nathan Straus,
could have been mayor but he
refused the Democratic nom-
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Itements of Ultimatum
AaVII) LANDAU
Is A I. KM (JTA)
en Minister Moshe
Spoke out forcefully
against the "ulti-
tenor of recent
in public state-
frits.
He
(erred especially to
by President
vs
Israel did not meet his
terms, and also to Egyptian
Foreign Minister Kaamel's
arrival statement Sunday
night in which he said peace
was "impossible" without
an end to the occupation
and the realization of
Palestinian rights.
DAYAN said threats and
ultimatums would not move the
ISRAEL SCENE
[Sadat in which the
it warned that his
fc/e would collapse it
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ha?**"1 Saw
-oseph Rackovsky
Israeli government to give mure
than ii feh safe giving "We arc
responsible lor Israel's future,
nol lor Egypt." hi- said
"Better that the Sadat
init ial ive should slip t hrough our
fingers than that the security and
survival of the State ol Israel
should slip through our fingers
Even it Sadat were entirely
sincere in his threats ol failure
and collapse, Dayan said. Israel
could onl} concede as much as
was conceded l" King Hussein on
the Weal Hank as much as her
security considerations per-
mitted
I).WAN hosted Kaamel and
his top aides at a lunch Monday
noon Hut he said before it. hv
i houghi it would he a social event
rather than a substantive
poht ical discussion.
It.S. Su n larj ol State C> ru.s
\ ance armed at Lod after night-
fall ami met informally ith both
sidi before t he Tut
openii
I >,ts an welcomed \ in i
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the
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He said lhal nt Carter
present the
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JNF Newsletter
Published by The Jewish National Fund in Greater Miami
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 353, Miami Beach, Florida 33139. Phone 538-6464
The Tradition Lives On In The Jewish National Fund
Tradition, the cement holding together
generations apart, uniting their ties to everlasting
ideas, and human heritage, is a basic truth for the
survival of a people or an institution. Within the
Jewish National Fund, tradition plays a most
important part, for the JNF is a movement of the
people, and tradition is the life-blood of a people.
The traditional Fund Raisings of the .1NF from
its inception: The Planting of Trees for All
Occasions. The Hlue Box, Tag Day, Flower Day.
I'u B'Shevat (Arbor Day I. Sefer HaYeled. Sefer
Bar Mitzvah. Sefer Hal MiUvah. Traditional
Annual Dinners.
However, we will dedicate this column to two ol
ihe most traditional activities of the Jewish
National Fund; The Tu H'Shevat and the Tag
Day Tu H'Shevat (Arbor Day! is in Hebrew
called the New Year of the Trees, and has a
special significance in Israel, for on that day.
children from all over the country plant trees
'free planting in Israel is one of the holiest tasks,
for it is written F.ven while you are planting a
Tree, and the Messiah arrives, continue to finish
your task,'' Throughout the years, Tu H'Shevat
has been celebrated by the tact that the children.
out ol their own pocket money and allowances,
are donating towards the holy work ol the
planting ol trees However, this year, it has added
significance, for this year Moshe Kivlin, the newly
elected World Chairman of (Keren Kayemeth
l.eisraell Jewish National Fund of the World, has
conceived the idea of the Children's Forest.''
which is a gift that the Jewish Children from all
over the world will present to the Slate of Israel
on its lillth Anniversary, whereby the partnership
ol the Children of Israel, and the Children of tht'
Diaspora will plant :t Trees. 1 + 1 equals 3. in
memory of the One Million Children who perished
in the Holocaust \s its major role in the
celebration of Israels ioth \nnivcrsary. and
under the special patronage of the President ol
Israel. Fphraim Kat/.ir. and the Prime Minister ol
Israel. Mcnachcm Begin, the Jewish National
Fund is planting t he ('111 I.I >K1: VS I < HtKST on
T.immi dunams of land in the Western < lalilee, near
(inren, '-'> kilometers east ol Nahanvah and in the
v icinitv ol Maalol
The planting ol trees in Israel through the
Jewish National Fund has become a sacred
tradition in Jewish life. The new CHILDREN'S
FOItKST will not only enable the children of
\merica. but the Jewish children ol the entire tree
world to pay tribute in t his endeavor
ARBOR DAY
The I'u H'Shevat Celebration
will take place on January 2:$rd.
and the Jewish National Fund
appeals to all Itahhis. Principals,
and I educators lor a -penal effort
lor this meaningful and most
important Tu H Sheval and the
' Inldren s Forest
I he oi he- tradil ional function
l ha I lakes place I his month is I he
Tag Day Tag Day is synony-
mous with the effort put in by-
children and adults alike
throughout the world to enable
Jews to participate in the holy
work of land redemption and
reclamation in the State of Israel
Ihe Jewish National Fund recog-
nizes the special hard work of the
thousands and thousands of
volunteers throughout the world,
and in (ireater Miami Tag Day is
an integral part of the total tra-
ditional fund-raising of the
Jewish National Fund.
\ special recognition l.un-
i I.....i is ;m\ en 111 I hose ladles
making u special effort, and who
will raise a minimum ol SfiO.OO.
Tag Day this year will take place
in Miami Peach on Januarj '.'2nd
.md in Miami on January 29th
The Jewish National Fund calls
.ii all I lie good people ill ( ireater
Miami In show understanding, to
..., nine i he volunteers and make
hem leel good In donating
'i -iierniislv
I he hairperson lor the las
for < ireater Miami Taj
Mrs tii Ii tilahl Iti
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siipreti cledicat ion,
I ir Samuel i "r N-al ional
Kxi i M ol
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Israeli voungsters join hands in planting tender saplings into
the fm i/y bam n soil
Emm left to right: Mr. Abraham -I Gittelson. Associate
Director Central Agency (or Jen i-h Education; Mr- \il\ Falic.
l\l Education coordinator: Or Haim Zohar, visiting guest
from Israi I: Rabbi Shimon Azulay. High S< hool Administra
mf%
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>Jenistfhrfit^r
Friday. Janua^.^
Movieman Spielberg of Another Kind
Coo tinned from Page 1 -A
mystical transformation
SOMEHOW, the singular
intensity of their experience
ignites a creative part in their
mind which also destroys their
ordinary lives. Each tries,
through art. to recreate his or her
experience to actually
reproduce the images which stay
with them
We. the audience, have now
become part of a spiritual quest.
Through art forms such as
sculpture and painting, the
encounterists turn out the same
image, which looks like a mesa in
a desert
SO SPIELBERG has created
two classes of people, and
therefore a tension between those
who know on the basis of
'xpenence and those who
know on the basis of scientific
accumulation of reports.
We sratt h both groups
throughout the film, but rarely
together. a>- -hey separately
pursue their *n quests the
scientific communit;.
frustrating!v Irving to collect
nough data that it. too, may
share in that i -.r>erience which it
publicly denies those hapless
Hoosiers. v. h< in now suffering
from the obse on of suburban
mystics
Hut since lence by itself
cannot lure an audience into
believing in Lf-Os, art, because
of its imaginative component,
also lacks credibility. Thus.
Spielberg introduces a third
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element which takes the form of
two parts: aesthetic science
THE FIRST is Lacombe. who
represents both classes The
second is that science, through
her first-bom son. technology,
loses its traditional, critical
grimace and assumes the face of
beauty.
Lacombe. who symbolically
needs a translator to speak to
Americans, intuitively under-
stands the quest of the individual
as he leads the scientific investi-
gation team to the top of a Mon-
tana mesa to encounter the UFO
By using a French character.
Spielberg cheaply relies on the
American mystification of
French humanity, which con-
trasts with American prag-
mation and by being a scientist,
he reeks of validity
PRESENTING Lacombe as
such. Spielberg throws his second
punch by showing our latest
technological achievement, the
instrument to contact the aliens:
a gigantic, colorsy nchronated
Moog synthesizer Nary a gun.
nor a military man is anywhere in
sight
By taking America's faith in
technology creating a better
world, and overcoming our
national distrust of scientists
leading us to that world.
Spielberg has truly done some-
thing remarkable
The stage now is set for the
American government and her
handmaiden, the scientific com-
munitv. to have a real encounter
with a L'FO. The special effects
by Douglass Trumbull. the man
behind 2001. are stunning.
THE musical score is
aphrodisiacal The film from the
beginning has moved like the
separate squares of the Sunday
comic strips: crisp, colorful and
intentional And. like the Sunday
comics, the viewer realizes the
last square will be the most
important
But unfortunatelv. all the
science-fiction
technology. Director
imaginative power ot thefc.,. ,
lapses under a melotW*
hokey. Hollywood-styleendjjr'
After carrying the vie*--, I
the point of highest ifJ*\
expectations through the qmI
imaginative use of toctyjl
film-maJiiJ
r Sps'bJ!l
offers us ray-guns and bn2l
lights instead of a final blasttfl
the mind namelv. offal
acknowledgement that *tl\
not alone '
THIS close encounter of ij
third kind is thus a secret knooj
only to a comparative few wj
thus frustrates the worfj,!
yearning for contact with
outside of one's own
This could be the reason wtnl
the mesa in Montana looks
awful lot like Masada
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PLO Leader Meets With
Former Chancellor Brandt
ByJONFEDLER
BONN UTAi A Palestine Liberation Organization
leader said to be responsible for a 1970 attack on an El Al plane
at Munich in which one person died and nine were wounded,
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Chasing the Russian Rainbow
pontinued from Page4-A
lerick l-'rankenhauser not
then aren't American
[jsts of Herman's stature or
, but it made the point
fcially well when a debate
jed which I lost because I
outnumbered, but in which
L, denied Frankenhauaer'a
Kence. only that Merman was
tr particularly in the Chasse-
which Frankenhuaaer
7, i er play thai way in their
hem
|h\ Jews are bo Bnobbish
\ Soviet performers is. in
a political thing, which
then and there puts a
|ch into their vociferous saw
art and politics are
Ivants.
E\vs. .1- I said in this column
the other week, have pro-
i,ll\ ambivalent feelings
\x the So\ iet Union, in fact,
.,/,,, feelings They
fanner czarist Russia ante
Itism, and continue to be
Ipssed with l-emmst doctrine
,.,l ..mi Semitism as a
faal poison
(nee, they admire the early
it slate lor its theoretical
ji. ,iinm mi anti-Semitism long
the Soviets resumed op-
sing .lews right up to our
time, and with a fierce dedi-
?n that frequently matches
the old czarist pogroms at their
worst.
This love-hatred uniquely
characterizes the sons and
daughters, grandsons and grand-
daughters of the victims "I
czarist oppression as an
emotional flaw in them. What is
worse, it is they who are the
mainstays of the cultural elite
within the American bourgeoisie,
and it is their acceptance that is a
Sine qua non ot the myth ol
Soviet supremacy in matters
art ist ic
IT IS this emotional flaw that
impel- them to love Herman and
Vishnevskaya, young Oistrakh
and Svetlanov not to mention
the latest ballerina out <>t Lenin-
grad or the latest Muscovite
gymnast sensation and that
makes them incapable of relating
the artists, th," sports stars and
their American tours to Un-
political purposes inward which
their achievements are being
directed b) the Soviet State
though, admittedly, not neces-
sarily bj the performers
themselves
\ word about the dictum that
art and politics have nothing to
do with one another Any tirst-
vear student ol art can debunk
this back to Virgil (70-19 IHKi
and e\ en before
The purpose of Virgil's Aeneid
was to glorify Home This was a
political, not an aesthetic goal
which, in fact, caused Virgil to
attempt suicide, so filled with
despair was he at having his art
exploited by Caesars far more
practical and less lofty purposes
WHO WOULD deny the
political rage in the great Irish
Renaissance writers from Synge
to O'Casey? Or in Picasso's
Guernica? Or even in the four-
square artlessness ol Soviet
monuments statues and painted
panoramas memorializing the
latest achievements in steel and
grain production artless
because Soviet propagandists.
not artists, set the standards ot
art in that country, averring that
art is its mi ssagi not form.
form, after all. is indiv idual and
therefore counter-rev olut ionary
No less a Marxist theoretician
than Herbert \larcuse long ago
issued tin' edict that modern
man's highest art form should be
political graffiti, and travelers in
Kurope these days, mainly
through politically-torn Italy,
which is Communism's next
wolfish victim, will observe the
omnipresence on walls and bill-
hoards there ol terse, \lar\isi
messages ad nauseam in humble
compliance to the edict.
I'ut in a nutshell, when Her-
man performs at the piano in
Miami or New York, bis Soviet
Tusalem Talks Highlight Compromises
urn iimed from Page 1-A
iwn positions in the Political
linittee
lit Cairo's efforts to have
p> of these positions in effect
fgnized by inclusion in the
nda had proved unsuccessful.
|an said. He noted there was
reference to the Palestinian
lie and any specific call for
il withdrawal or for Pales
in self-determination.
iraeli sources said the
h)tiaiM had earlier been
Bsing for an item to be termed
end of occupation," another
pd "principles of security
ed on reciprocity." and
bther apparently the most
leclionable from Israel's view-
st speaking of "a just
at ion to the Palestinian
fhlem lor. at one stage, to "the
dem of the Palestinian
)le"| in all its aspects on the
bis of self-determination.
['All its aspects" was rejected
Israel because it implied those
ilestmians living outside the
st Bank and Gaza.
SELF-DETERMINATION
is been outright opposed by
pael. And the term,
Palestinian problem," or
Palestinian people," denotes a
Jlitical connotation to the issue
kich Israel was not prepared to
ncede.
IA last-minute wrangle was
\er the word, "issues." in this
p in the final text (item two).
Irael wanted "issues" because it
tends or qualifies the bald
t>rds. West Bank and Gaza."
*iich. taken alone, again denote
political dimension. In the
fent Egypt agreed to "issues,"
it was at this moment, it is
arned. that the talks were
pally on.
Dayan denied that Secretary of
late Cyrus Vance's refusal to
fend until the agenda hassle
as resolved had been a means of
jessureon Israel.
ION THE contrary. Dayan
Nrted. he (Dayan) himself "had
irsonally recommended to
nee through the U.S. envoy
Pnng last week that the Sec
F'iiry come ^ jerusa|em
Mil the agenda problem was
lived.
i ^ hy should he waste his time
watching me and Mr.
SECRETARY VANCE
Kaamel wrangle about the
agenda?" asked Dayan.
Thus Vance's delay had been
objectively valid and necessary.
At the same time, Dayan
admitted that the U.S. had
played a "very active role" in
mediating over the agenda dead-
lock and conceded that without
U.S. mediation, it might have
proved impossible to reach agree-
ment.
In general, he said, he favored
an active U.S. mediatory role in
the talks.
"We have been talking face-to-
face with Jordan for the last ten
years," he observed, "and have
achieved nothing."
"Face-to-face talks are good
but not always enough."
DAYAN said he had read news
reports from Washington that
Vance was coming with a com-
promise proposal on the West
Bank but had not been in-
formed officially of this.
The U.S. idea Bpeaks of the
Begin self-rule plan as a tran-
sitional arrangement leading
ultimately to broader in-
dependence or self-determination
inclose links with.Jordan.
Dayan acknowledged that
Egypt's need and demand for an
agreed statement of principle on
the question of Palestinian self-
determination was one of the
three current obstacles to peace.
The other two he listed as
bilateral issues mainly
military and including that of
Kafah settlements, and Egypt's
decision whether to sign a peace
agreement alone with Israel.
DAYAN said his own
assessment at this point was that
Egypt would not go it alone. If.
however, Jordan and moderate
Palestinians joined her then,
with American encouragement,
she would sign an agreement.
What was required, therefore, he
said, was a breakthrough on the
Jordan-Palestinian aspect of the
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Miamians and New Yorkers the
excellence of the Soviet world
that ostensibly produced him,
and that my non-existent
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interior American civilization,
And the doyens ol the cultural
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czarist oppression, mutely agree
IN THIS sense. Herman is the
Soviet pigs kosher foot, and
.lews have every reason therefore
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Frederick Frankenhausers to
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and all the others who descend
upon us season alter season like a
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.bus goi over their political
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The agony ol Sharanskj
should tell them that the Sos. iet
legatees ol c/ansi oppression are
no better than their ancestors in
t he mat ler ol human rights
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snobbism about Soviet artists < >i
course, thctf are real Frederick
Frankenhausers among us and all
over the place Ml we have to do
is listen to them w it h an open ear.
not with pre-set Muscovite
musical opinion, which no less a
giant than Igor Stravinsky could
not tolerate either.
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political schizophrenia goes, so
too will the artistic snobbism.
The Community Relations
Committee resolution ot the
(Heater Miami Jewish Fed-
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realities of the theories I have
here set forth. I)r Joel Sandberg,
chairman ol the South Florida
Conference oti Soviet Jewry, has
observed that So\ iel authorities
have recent!) instituted an in-
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anti-Semitism \t this critical
nine, support ot Sov iet American
cultural and athletic exchange
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HHH Was a Steadfast Friend of Jewish Causes
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
W tSHINGTON iJTAi -
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, ever
thoughtful of the concerns of the
Jewish people, left a legacy to
them in the form of a statement
prepared shortly before his death
He died Friday night at his home
in Waverly. Minn, of cancer at
the age of 66.
Humphrey served in the Se-
nate from 1949 until he was elec-
ted vice-president under Presi-
dent Johnson in 1964. After his
defeat for the Presidency by
Richard Nixon in 1968. Humph-
rey was re-elected to the Senate
in 1970. Throughout his career he
had been a strong supporter of
Israel and had worked closely
with the Jewish community on
many domestic issues of concern
to it.
IN" AN" exclusive statement to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
written shortly before his death.
Humphrey urged American and
Arab government leaders to
understand that Israel has "a
special relationship with Amer-
ica Explaining this. Humphrey
said:
I have absolutely no dis-
agreement with the goal of secur-
rtlaimns with the Unit!
it must accer-.
with Israel No adm.- Krai
,d ever mislead any Arab
leader to believe other*
HUMPHREY ..ogizedat
the Capitol a Rotunda b) .;
ing the trust and friendship of the
Arab world. In fact. I believe it to
be imperative. But while we are
pursuing this policy, we should
not forget that Israel, for the
Lnited States, cannot be regard-
ed as just another nation among
nations in the Middle East We
must declare without embarrass-
ment, and without apology, that
Israel has earned a special rela-
tionship with America.
The Arab world must under-
stand that if it desires better
dent Carter "as naturally loyal
and "most beloved of all Amer-
icans" and by Nice-President
Walter Mondale as "his nation's
conscience" Violinist Isaac
Stern, a long-time friend of
Humphrey, performed at the
memorial ceremony.
Humphrey was a firm support-
er and friend of Israel throughout
his political years dating back to
the time he was mayor of Minne-
apolis when Israel's birth was
question. He was elected to the
Issawi Continues Talk Series at U of M
Prof. Charles Issawi. the
Bayard Dodge Professor of Near
Eastern Studies at Princeton
University, will discuss The
Economy of the Modern Middle
East" Tuesday night. Jan. 24, in
the University of Miami Librarv
Brock way Lecture Hall.
His talk, free and open to the
general public, continues the
Modern Middle East Symposium
being held under the auspices of
the University of Miami.
DR GEORGE S. WISE, life
chancellor of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, heads a committee of the
University of Miami ad-
ministration, faculty and lay-
leaders of the Greater Miami
community which is sponsoring
the forum series.
Prof Issawi has held (hairs at
the American University in
Beirut. Lebanon. and at
Columbia University. He is a
PROF PHILIP ISSAWI
recipient of Fellowships from the
Guggenheim Foundation, the
Social Science Research Society
and the American Philosophical
sty.
One of the worlds foremost
authorities on Middle Eastern
mic matters, he ha- written
books on Egypt, the Economic
hi-torv of the Middle Last and
on Middle Eastern oil He also is
the author of numerous studies
which have been published in
leading international
publication-
THE SERIES continues
Thursday night.Ian 26 also at 8
p.m.. in the Universit) oi Miami
Library Brockwav Lei I in
with a talk by Prof Hail SI
on The Histories f the
Arab-Israeli Conflict. Part One
Prof Shaked .- dire tor of the
shiloah Center for Middle
tern Studies at Tel \vh I ni-
versity and Dean of Humanities
at Tel Avi\ Ui He
received the Phi) degree from
the School of Oriental-African
Studies at the University oi
London.
Prof Shaked i nducted
irch in India. Thai
Kenya and Tanzania He
authored books on the S I
Mahdi. the Middle
two war- an.: si id on the
Sudan Yemen and Sa idi \i
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HUBERTH HUMPHREY
As hi
Senate in 1948, the- year Israel
ne a state He visited Israel
on numerou- occasions during
the- follow mg years
His concern for the security of
tiny democratic state in the
Middle- East." as he had referred
Israel, was translated both
spiritually in the form of inspired
addresses as senator and vice
president and also into effective
action, particular!} since 1973
when, as the Senate Democratic
ider dealing with foreign aid. he
insisted that U.S. a be
lequatel) provided to Israel
sorely wounded by the Yom
Kippur M
HUMPHREY was the confi-
dant and friend of Israels lead
era When Golda Meii visited
Washington on her last trip, she
: to hi- Capitol Hill office
saying, I would have gone to
Minnesnt.i to see you
When Prime Minister Mans
chem lu-pn was in Washington
in December, he went to Humph-
rey's apartment to chat with him
rlier, on Begins first \ jsj( u
prime minister in July, h.- was
warmly welcomed b) Humphrey
at the Capitol and posed fi
photographs with him.
was apparent!) the last
award ol the many given him by
Jewish organizations was the
First (iolda Men w,rH-
Oct l7byI>,on,
carried with it
larship for advanc, ,,f ^ *l
for deserving -n,-:. ;t
in* the award for him, HiJ?
rev's sister. Mrs FravJ
Howard, read a statement hjjj
Mrs. Meir as a .. ;n^l
-mifies the inUUect. thehutil
ity. the courage and the .>.!
which epitomi/e-. ., thea^H
exciting developments of lI
century the eatabluhmesiJ
the modern State of Israel
HUMPHREY'S del
Zionism rose to a crescendod
the United Nations (;ene||
\-sembly linked Zionism -.|
racism In a Senate speed) Dtl
3, 1975. he declared that ij
charge of racism against Israel
so manifestly absurd "nt'sfql
reaction is not even t.MiiCTjfuJ
charge with substantive -J
ponae Hut recent discussm!
and inquiries maki ".irtiJ
there is much ignorance andc|
fusmn about the nan.-, ol lna|
society, the result n| ma*ni|

"l have absolutt
agreement u it':
securing the
i -ids hip of .
uord In fact. I .
tn he impi Bui
while a < ar<- pi,
policy, we shou
that Israi
I riiti'tl Stat.
regarded as just .
nation among i
the Middle I-
li
S.
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propaganda effort a :
l-rael ~ adversaries
their absurd charges
He referred to thi i
sembly resolution
"sinister implications
"onlj add obstacles i the
gle tor peace in thi M
and which threaten lh<
of the I nit
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,. January 20. 1978
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NORMAA.OROVITZ
Uh Floridian Staff M ntvr
bCAQO The Village of
|e. 111., alternately known as
orld's largest village and
illage of Vision." is not be-
|Been through rose-colored
these days. The Skokie
ie Board, in fact, has hired a
relations firm to help re-
its image.
.. one sees Skokie. however,
mmaterial to the First
lament battle which caused
problems and is now being
in the Illinois court sys-
[with the densely .Jewish-
lated hamlet at the core
one side of the Skokie di-
ii, is Frank Collin and his
First Amendment expert," it
was decided that the Illinois
chapter would take up the mantle
of Collins defense We have
not," Hamlin Bays definitively.
taken up his cause
THIS MOST recent cause can
be dated from Apr. HO of last
year. Skokie was only one of a
dozen or more Chicago suburbs
in which Collin applied lor march
permits. The Village issued an
injunction to stop a demon-
stration planned for May 1. Col-
lin and company then opted to
march Oil Apr :t0.
According to Collin. he was
slopped at the border and
banned from Skokie forever."
According to Hamlin. a judge
was hailed in the emergency ol
CHICAGO REPORT
Creation, the Nationalist
Hist Party ol America
part of the umbrella
>nalist Socialist Congress
and his colleagues wish to
[b in full brown shirt regalia
jgh the streets of Skokie.
wring the judicial battle
1st Collins right to assembly
ne Village of Skokie. B'nai
th's Anti-Defamation League
|Sol (ioldstein. the chairman
organization of Holocaust
h\ ors
politics makes for strange
Hows. then the First
Indmenl makes for even
Tiger soulmates. Defending
8ns right to march in Skokie
the Illinois American Civil
trues Union represented by
frncy David Goldberger.
LUSING as much hullabaloo
tin Nazis requested yet re-
kI petition to march is thede-
bv the ACI.l Member-
resignation, institutional
m and loss of revenue" aside.
ois \ci.C Executive Direc-
||)a\ id Hamlin says he has no
its. personal or professional,
tut the stand his organization
I taken.
In spile of having represented
|lm in earlier court cases, it
incurred to Hamlin to send
Ink Collin elsewhere in search
|n attorney. Hut, as the Skokie
Uation flared suddenly, various
tsiderations precluded calling
i private attorney.
Is David Goldberger, one of
ACLU staff attorneys, is a
that morning to issue an injunc-
tion against the Nazi march on
Apr :it) and "subsequent days."
Thereby, a narrow injunction
became open-ended." which
makes for the exceedingly rare
case of prior restraint.
The case is presently before the
Illinois State Supreme Court.
The state's Appellate court has
already ruled that the Nazis may
march sans the swastika. The
argument being considered now
is whether the Nazis may as-
semble in full uniform." which
includes the odious Third Ueich
symbol.
The Skokie case against Collin
claims the Nazi march would pro-
voke violence on the part of the
v illagers That is the legal jargon.
The humane aspect, whether it
comes from survivor (ioldstein or
Mayor Albert Smith, is more
poignant
GOLDSTEIN, who Bees
himself as a defender of the
First Amendment," says here
that he views the potential Nazi
march as abuse The Nazis, he
states, want to create a disturb-
ance. The swastika is a reminder
of what can happen."
Mayor Smith, in a statement
here to The Jewish Floridian,
wrote that all speech is not pro-
tected by the First Amendment.
Libelous. defamatory utterances,
obscenities and pornography in
violation of community stan-
dards and the factual equivalent
of shouting Fire!' in a crowded
theater do not merit First
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Amendment protection."
While the Village brought suit
originally, the AIM. and Cold-
stein are also suing the Nazi
group. According to Hamlin. the
AIM. case is wandering around
the Appellate Court." and both
suits are too narrow as they only
represent the survivors living in
Skokie rather than the entire
population. There are an estimat-
ed, through questionable, 7,000
Holocaust Burvivors living in the
Village.
IN THF. meantime, Nazi leader
Collin readily admitted to this
reporter in an interview here that
his intent is to cause disrupt ion
and raise hell Ostensibly, he
would like U) propel tree speech
into the open." although he also
intends to draw the tarantula
out of the nest by going to the
people who would scream the
loudest."
While he has not. to date, even
budged near the edge of the
law." his march in Skokie leaves
too many questions unanswered.
Hamlin, who describes Collin
as a creature ol Street acli\ ity."
says the Nazi would probably be
law abiding if only not to risk
incarceration Aside from the
personal factor, the longer Collin
remains free, the longer be re-
mains in the public eye
WHILE THE United States
Supreme Court ruled inJunethat
where prior restraint has been or-
dered, there should be an expedi-
tious rehearing of the case, Sko-
kie is still wailing for a ruling on
the swastika. Additionally, there
are three Skokie ordinances
awaiting a ruling on constitu-
tionality in a Federal District
Court The local laws, passed in a
flurry, have raised as many ques-
tions as has the whole situation.
One ordinance requires a 30-
day not in' for any sidewalk
demonstration of 50 or more per-
sons (including onlookers), BS
well as 8350,000 in liability insur-
ance According to Hamlin's
ACI.l defense, an insurance
bond ol that nature is a difficulty
if not an impossibility, and there-
lore puts a probable price tag on
First Amendment activity."
The kicker is that the Village
Board may. at its discretion,
waive the requirements.
ANOTHER NEW local law
bans political demonstrations
where participants wear "mili-
tary-style uniforms." The intent
is obviously to limit Collins Nazi
colleagues, but other groups
(veterans, marching bands, etc I
may also be affected.
The third ordinance being
questioned is a dual ban involv-
ing group libel" and "symbols
offensive to the community" The
former, says Hamlin. is not
applicable, and the latter consti-
tutes a ban on symbolic
speech."
The irony of the AC I.Us de-
fending the free speech of Collin
and cohorts is not so puzzling
when seen from Hamlin's
viewpoint. Assuming that
Frank Collin wins, the only per-
son who loses is Collin because
'... all spt ech is not pro-
reeled by the First
Amendment. LibeloUS,
defamatory utterances,
obscenities and porn-
ography in violation of
community standards and
the factual equivalent of
shouting 'Fire!" in a
crowded theater do not
merit First Amendment
pr< 11 ection."
he's against the First Amend-
ment."
When the situation is Been
from Collins vantage point,
charges of cop-out and expe-
diency are lenient and benign Of
attorney David Goldberger, Col-
lin allows how the lawyer is a
good Jew But why go to a.leu
lor your d.tense.' I would deal
with the devil to get my rights
hack It's only a means 10 an
end
WHEN SEEN by the commu-
nity, the dichotomy is not so dis-
tinct. Local rabbis, representa-
tive of and sensit ivc to communal
feeling, are at once puzzled and
hurt by the ACLU stance Rabbi
Neil Brief of the Niles Township
Jewish Congregation has encour-
aged townspeople to take a con-
crete stand out of deference to the
survivors
Paul Feinberg, associate rabbi
ol Temple Sholom, says in his
argument for not allowing ob-
noxious symbolic representation
that there's B point where tree
speech is license to harm."
And so. the Village of Skokie.
is still the Village of Vision to
some who see the battle begun in
Germany several wars ago being
fought in a small Illinois hamlet
because the world did not say
No!" soon enough and loud
enough to Frank Collins
prophet, the diabolical \dolt
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kNLEY MYERS VALSILBERMAN ROBERT RUSSELL
[iami Leaders Elected To
National Board of JDC
|rs. Morton Silberman. a vice
H.nan of the National United
fish Appeal Women's Division
long-time leader of the
iter Miami Jewish Federa-
,, was recently elected to the
frd of Directors of the Amer-
Jewish Joint Distribution
nmittee.
mians Stanley C. Myers
Robert Russell, both past
Bidents of the Federation.
re-elected to the JDC Board
Ithree-year terms.
THER LOCAL leaders serv-
ing on the national board include
GMJF Vice President L. Jules
Arkin. Immediate Past President
Harry B. Smith. Vice President
Harry A. Levy and President
Morton Silberman.
The JDC is a beneficiary of the
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal. At its annual meeting last
month, JDC President Donald
M. Robinson announced that
during 1977. JDC programs aid-
ed over 450.000 men. women and
children in 25 different nations.
rf
H Smith (second from right), chairman of the l978Com-
^cd Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, and Greater
imiJewish Federation Vice President Harry A. Levy fright),
em/ CJA-IEF chairman and a member of the United Jewish
peal Executive Committee, represented Miami's Jewish
imunity at the recent inaugural ceremony in New York for
1978 United Jewish Appeal campaign. Receiving a major
\h contribution from Miami's Federation campaign acre
Aharon )'uriv of Israel {left) and National IIA Cash
iirman Stanley Sloane.
uncipals in the first program of the Thursday Night Forum
fries of Temple Fmunu-FI. being held as part of the year-long
fbute to Dr. Irving Lehrman on his .'frith anniversary as rabbi
[the Miami Beach congregation, meet in the rabbi's study to
\lk over the 600 attendance to hear F.lie W'iesel. From left to
jht are Benjamin I. Shulman. chairman of the board of Inter-
Itinental Bank and chairman of the evening who is a director
Temple F.manu-El; W'iesel. a world spokesman for Soviet
\u-ry. and Dr. Lehrman.
Rabbis Endorse Prisoner
Of Conscience Project
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has endorsed the
Prisoner of Conscience" project for Bar and Bat Mitzvah students,
be project was presented to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation s
ommunity Relations Committee by the South Florida Conference on
hviet Jewry.
The endorsement was issued by the association's president. Rabbi
)1 I.andau of Beth David Congregation, who stated. This is9 great
-tana of educating our young people as to the plight ot their fellow
fews behind the Iron Curtain. It is a most positive example of com-
Itment of a Bar and Bat Mitzvah to the needs of fellow Jews
IMPLEMENTATION of the project would involve assigning each
|nr and Bat Mitzvah candidate a Prisoner of Conscience with whom
b correspond. The student would be encouraged to write the POt on a
Kular basis for at least a year. In addition to direct correspondence,
he student would encourage friends to send letters to the Put
, \i the Bar or Bal Mitzvah celebration, the candidate would receivi
(certificate indicating that an ongoing relationship has been existing
btween the candidate and the POC,
Letters ha\ e been sent to all the rabbis, asking lor their cooperation
promoting the project.The letters were signed by Rabbi Sol Landau
* iation president and Dorothy Rutchik, co-chairwoman <>i the
Of project
New York City Commissioner of Human
Rights Marian Logan (center) at a party in
her home honoring Dr. Robin Becker, Pro-
fessor of Developmental Medicine and
Behavorial Pediatrics of the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Center, Jerusalem,
which Bernice S. Tannenbaum, national
president of Hadassah, attended along with
members of Black Americans to Support
Israel Committee and American medical
colleagues of Dr. Becker.
Dennis Prager to Speak at Education Day
Dennis Prager, associate
director of the Brandeis Institute
of California, will be the keynote
speaker at the annual Jewish
Education Day of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah on Monday.
Jan. 30 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. at the Everglades Hotel.
Prager's topic will be "Why Be a
Jew?", which is also the topic of
the day.
Prager has lectured before
Jewish communities in 40 states,
throughout Canada and in Israel
and Korea. He has appeared at
major universities, on television
and radio, in newspapers across
the country and has appeared in
The New Leader. The National
Review. The American Zionist, as
well as a number of other jour-
nals. He has co-authored, with
Joseph Telushkin. a book entitled
Eight Questions People Ask
About Judaism. Writer Herman
Wouk calls this book, "the in-
telligent skeptic's guide to
Judaism."
PRAGER did his under-
graduate work in this country
and in England, and did his
Human Relations A ward To
Be Bestowed on Legislature
State Sen. Jon C. Thomas and
the Florida Legislature will be
honored with the Leonard L.
Abess Human Relations Award
at a luncheon at the Konover Ho-
tel on Jan. 29. announced Rich-
ard Essen, chairman of the Flori-
da Regional Board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith
The award is given annually to
publicly recognize efforts made
towards 'furthering the goal of
better human relation1- and con
tributing substantially to the
well-being ot the citizens oi Flo-
rida.'' said Essen
'THROUGH this year's dual
award, we are recognizing the
Legislature's national leadership
in opposing discriminatory eco-
nomic boycotts, through its una-
nimous passage last year of Se-
nate Bill 265, authored by Sen.
Thomas, a law which expresses a
commitment to protect the citi-
zens of Florida from the effects of
the Arab boycott of Israel.'' said
Essen. Florida's law is the
strongest of any state anti-boy-
cott legislation and its enactment
provided a significant measure ot
the leadership needed to accomp-
lish the subsequent passage of
BBW Honor President
At Membership Lunch
The annual membership lunch-
eon and 10th anniversary cele-
bration of Lincoln Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will honor
Lillian Sands, founder-president,
at the Shelborne Hotel on Sun-
day. Jan. 22 at 12:30 p.m. Rose
B. Shapiro will serve as chair-
person.
The regular meeting will be
held on Wednesday. Jan. 25 at
noon in the 100 Lincoln Road
Club Room.
Sisterhood Dinner Set
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
will hold a Sabbath dinner on
Jan. 20 prepared by the Sister-
hood's own kosher cooks.
Reservations must be paid in
advance.
The dinner will be followed b)
Sisterhood Sabbath services in
the temple -anctuan
federal legislation
Arab boycott."
against the
The Abess Award carries with
it a SI,000 research grant in the
field of human relations, contrib-
uted by Miami philanthropist
Leonard L ^bess, in honor of the
recipient of the award
The recipient of last year-
award was Emilio Milian Past
recipients of the award have in-
cluded: Mrs Elizabeth Virrick;
Col. Mitchell Wolf son; bin Askew; Federal District
Judge ('. Clyde Atkins; Anna
Brenner Meyers; Dr. M Robert
Allen; Rev. Canon Theodore l(
Gibson; MayorCarlT. Langford,
Orlando, The Miami News; M.
Uhalie Range; Sen. Harrj P
Cain. Metropolitan Dade Count)
Community Relations Board;
Dade County Public School Sys-
tem; Joseph L. Brechner; Hep
Claude Pepper; The St. Peters-
burg Times; Dr. Henry King
Stanford: Mayor Robert King
lligh.Codv Fowler: Gov. LeRoj
Collins; the late William C.
Baggs; Dr II Franklin Wil-
liams; the late Hep John B. Orr;
Mayor 1 Lee Powell, and the
late Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
DENNIS PRAGER
graduate work at Columbia Uni-
versity, where he was a Fellow in
the School of International
Affairs and the Russian
Institute. An authority on Com-
munist affairs, he has traveled
extensively to the Soviet Union
and to other countries behind the
Iron Curtain A student oi
politics and religion, Prager has
traveled through 52 countries on
five continents He speaks
Russian, Trench. Hebrew
Spanish and Arabic.
Local participants in the
Education Day will be Marion
Shulevitz, Maria Millheiser and
Annie Ackerman. Chairperson of
the day is Natalie B. Lyons,
education, vice president of the
chapter Mrs Harvey Friedman
is chapter president She has just
returned from a national Hadas-
sah mid-winter board meeting in
New York Citj
Reservations may be made
with the education teams of the
groups, or with Sadie Fritz,
ticket coordinator
Technion Women to Hold
Tribute to Miriam Sirkin
The Women's Division of the
American Technion Society of
South Florida and the Dade and
Broward communities will spon-
sor a tribute luncheon in memory
of Mrs. Miriam Sirkin. on Mon-
day. Feb. 13attheFontainebleau
Hotel. Beverly Cantor, a long-
time friend of Mrs. Sirkin, has
accepted the chairmanship of the
communitywide tribute lun-
cheon.
Mrs. Sirkin. a long-time civic
and religious leader, led service
organizations for the past 40
years. Some of the organizations
joining in the tribute are Amer-
ican Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity, Histadrut. Hadassah, Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary,
Civic League of Miami Beach,
Bonds for Israel. Temple Emanu-
El, Women's Division of the
(ireater Miami Jewish Fcder-
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida l'rillil> """"'ry 20. 1978
SECTION B
THE LATE MIRIAM SIRKIN
ation. National Jewish Welfare
Board. Red Cross, United Way,
Godmothers of Mt Sinai Medical
Center, and the II.'brew Home for
the Aged
THE MIRIAM Sirkin Memo
rial Fund for a visiting professor
ship in the Bio Medical Engi-
neering School at the Technion
Israel Institute of Technology is
being established in her memory


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Meeting with Pioneer Women Na'amat Secretar\-Gen. Nava
Arad (center) are Harriet Green Heft), Coral Gables, national
board member; and Clara Leff (right). Advisory Board mem-
6cr. presently vacationing in Miami. The National Board voted
against holding its 1979 convention in Chicago because Illinois
has not ratified the Equal Rights Amendment. The next con-
vention uill be held in Israel in late October. 1979. it was OH-
nounced by National President Frieda Leemon.
From left to right are Nessim I). Gaon. World Sephardi
Federation president; Liliane Winn. American Sephardi Fed-
eration president: and Ike Ben Ezra, vice president of the ASF
and delegate of Miami's Sephardi community to the inter-
national conference in New York, representing Sephardi com-
munities in the U.S. and around the world.
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Tour of Panama
A six-day tour ol Panama lo
see the Panama (anal will be
sponsored by the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary Post 698 oi
North Miami Beach from Feb. 14
to 19.
With senators and congress
men going down ever} day to see
the ("anal and hear about the
treaty." said Mollie Shapiro
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Panama Canal ourseh es
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membership dinner at the
McDonald Citizens Center cm
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RABBI STERN
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Zvi Yehuda Kook
Rabbi Tihor II Stem, spiritual
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen
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recentlj from Israel, where he
participated in religious and
national event- related to the
new ly developed peace prospects.
Rabbi Stern, in a three-hour
conference with the Chief Rabbi
Goren, ha-worked out plans for a
combined effort to help the
Jewish community in Kgypt in
the event of peace The chief
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Founder of Institute for Hearing
Impaired Children to Speak Here
Rabbi Moshe M Ebstein, dean
and founder of the Hebrew Insti-
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Children of Brooklyn, \ Y will
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"- A w" *f Hi redfrrir
labins to be Honored At
lalahad Night in Israel
iraham Sankel. chairman of
[Galahad Dade "B" Israel
hs Committee, announced
[Milton and Anne Rabin will
ve the Israel Solidarity
rd at a Night in Israel on
lav Jan 22 at 8 p.m. in the
iad Dade "B" Recreation
lilton Rabin, a member of the
Inad Hade Board of Directors
[vice president of its social
has been chairman of its
pI Bond drive and co-
nan of the UJA campaign.
Rabin, president of the
ford Temple Beth El Sister-
f also served Hadassah and
Ei M'rith Women.
5DIE SCHAFFER. Amer-
. Jewish humorist, will be
jred. A Champagne Recep-
| will begin at 7:30.
dnev Peckett will be pre-
j.,i the Israel Solidarity
frd Sunday. Jan. 22 at 8 p.m.
I Homestead Jewish Center
hi in Israel, announced Abe
r, chairman of the Center's
el Bonds Committee,
jpckelt was a founder and
fcdent of the first Homestead
jii B'rith and three-time past
Lieut of the Homestead
Esh Center of which he is a
ler member.
PECIAL guest for the
ling is humorist Larry Dorn.
Rsisting in preparations for
[event are Herman Marks, co-
Irman. and Sylvia Daks.
erhood chairperson.
A Night in Israel has been
scheduled by the Avila Israel
Bonds Committee for Wed-
nesday. Jan. 25. at 8 p.m. in the
Avila Upper Club House, an-
nounced Samuel Levin, chair-
man, and Irving Kwitko, co-
chairman.
Florence and Teddy Soil, mem-
bers of Temple B'nai Sinai, Avila
Hadassah and Avila's Con-
dominium Association, will
receive the Israel Solidarity
Award. Entertainment will be
provided by Larry Dorn,
American Jewish folk humorist.
The Avila Men's Social Club,
headed by Teddy Soil, the Avila
Women's Social Club, headed by
Irene Lippman. president, and
the Avila Hadassah. headed by
Sylvia Schanker. president, are
co-sponsoring the event.
The United Jerusalem Award
will be presented to the residents
of Point East at a celebration of
the tenth anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem, at a
Night in Israel on Thursday. Jan.
26 at ":30 p.m. in the Point East
Auditorium. Emil Cohen,
humorist, is guest entertainer.
The event is sponsored by the
Point East Israel Bonds Com-
mittee Heading preparations are
Morris L. Tobman. chairman:
Ernest Samuels, honorary chair-
man; Joseph Sussman. associate
chairman: and Anne Ackerman.
Sally Cohen. Mollye Lovinger
and" Arthur Miller, vice chair-
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Inaugurate 19th Convocation
Pictured is Morris N. Broad,
president of American Sav-
ings and Loan Association
and Peter W. Bellows, presi-
dent of Southeast Services,
Inc. American Savings is the
first savings and loan assoc-
iation in Florida to offer a
national credit card. VISA
(formerly BankAmericard)
credit cards are now available
through all American Savings
offices.
Sisterhood to Meet
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will
hold its monthly luncheon on
Thursday. Jan. 19at noon.
Jean Schwartz has announced
that the speaker will review
Golda Meir's autobiography
entitled (lolila.
The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America will inaugurate
its 19th annual Convocation
season in Miami Beach with an
opening brunch in the Encore
Room of the Konover Hotel on
Thursday at 10:30 a.m.. Jan. 26,
announced Matthew B. Rosen-
haus. general chairman of the
Seminary's Convocation Dinner
committee.
The Seminary's February
activities culminate in an
academic Convocation in Temple
Emanu-El and a Convocation
Dinner in the Diplomat Hotel,
both events taking place on
Wednesday. March 1.
ROSENHAUS announced that
Rabbi Yaakov 0. Rosenberg, a
leader in the Conservative rab-
binate and the spiritual leader of
Congregation Adath Jeshurun of
Elkins Park. Pa., will address the
opening brunch.
Rabbi Rosenberg was recently
appointed by Dr. (Jerson D.
Cohen. chancellor of the
Seminary, as chairman of the
Chancellor's Advisory Council.
Rabbi Rosenberg once served
as rabbi of Beth David Congre-
gation in Miami. He presently
serves as National Chairman of
the Commission on Jewish
Affairs of the American Jewish
Congress and is vice president of
the Philadelphia Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council.
ROSENHAUS, a resident of
Miami Beach and New York, is
an industrialist who serves as
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the Fund for Peace and
also is chairman of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Cancer Foundation.
He serves as president of the
interreligious Peace Colloquium
in Washington. D.C.. and is a
trustee of the Synagogue Council
of America. He is a director of the
Daughters of Jacob Geriatric
Center of New York and is active
in numerous Jewish philan-
thropies.
Hudson Club to Meet
The Hudson County Club of
New Jersey in Florida will meet
on Thursday. Jan. 19 at the
American Savings and Loan
Building on Loincoln and Alton
roads in Miami Beach at 8 p.m.
and on Monday. Jan. 30 at
Washington Federal. 633 NE
167th St.. North Miami Beach,
announced Irving (iutterman,
president.
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Executive Seminar Fershkos to Make Miami Debut At
To Study Energy Konover Hotel with Classics Concert
kV
la Thau (center) receives the Israel Solidarity Award from
v Adams (left), author, columnist and humorist, at a tribute
jnsored by the Crystal House Israel Bonds Committee. At
\ht is Benjamin Botuinick, chairman of the event.
iarly Childhood Educators
'o Gather at Day Institute
protessional organization ol
teachers in the early childhood
program of .Jewish schools in the
south Florida area, and is an affi-
liate of the Central Agency for
Jewish Kducation.
"he theme of the annual all-
Institute of the Jewish
incil f Early Childhood Edit-
ion will be New Tools for a
Year." Audrey Dillaman.
incil president, announced,
program will be held at Tem-
Menorah in Miami Reach on
dnesday. Jan. 25 from 9 a.m.
1:30 p.m.
More than 125 synagogue and
school nursery and kinder-
ten teachers from Dade and
jward counties are expected to
?nd the institute, which is be-
co-chaired by Arlene Green-
director of the Early Child-
Dd Development program of
southwest branch of the Jew-
Community Center, and Shu-
nit (iittelson. administrator of
Torah Academy of South
hida.
""OLLOWING a morning
sentation by a group asso-
rted with United Family and
^ildren's Service, Dr. Kichard
bldman. professor of Karly
|ildhood Kducation at Nova
liversitv. will conduct a work-
:>l> on Individualization and
arning Centers."
I Concurrent sessions will be led
Kene Goldman, instructor in
rly childhood education at the
lebrew Day School of Fort
auderdale. The topic will be "A
tiild's Introduction to Israel."
Adele Kates, director of Speech
athology at Biscayne Medical
enter, will present "Hearing.
Ipeech and Language: Class-
am Applications."
OTHERS IN attendance will
bclude Gene Grecnzweig, execu-
Ive director of the Central
igency for Jewish Education
nd Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
piritual leader of Temple
Jenorah.
There will be displays and ex-
hibits by Shalom Judaica. Drago,
khildcraft and American School
pupp'y
Afternoon sessions will include
aurie Raskin, creative dance in-
tructor, who will conduct a
workshop on "Creative Move-
ent." Susan Gold, supervisor of
eachers in Head Start programs.
vill present "TA for Tota," and
lelen Clark, reading specialist
yith the Dade County School
system, will present "Play and
Talk: Phonics in Action."
Officers of the Jewish Council
lof Karly Childhood Educators in-
Iclude Audrey Dillaman. pres-
ident; Shulamit Gittelson, vice-
president, north area; Arlene
IGreenberg. south area; Ossie
lElfenbeing. recording secretary;
IMollie Scholl, corresponding
[secretary; and Emily Grunwald.
|treasurer.
BRYNA Herman, educational
director at Temple Menorah.
I served as arrangements chair-
[person for the congregation.
iriou! Jewisn Council of Karlv
Childhood Kducators is the
Donald Reiff, of the architec-
tural firm Reiff. Fellman and
Associates will conduct a work-
shop on energy conservation for
the Intermediate City Centers
Executive Seminar sponsored by
JWB at the Howard Johnson
Motor Lodge in Hollywood
Reach on Jan. 19. JWB is the
Association of Jewish Commu-
nity Centers. YM-YWHAs and
Camps in the U.S. and Canada
serving more than one million
Jews
Keiff's presentation. The
I ssue of Energy Power and the
Purse." will focus on energy
conservation, energy analysis,
improved insulation techniques
and energy conversion as well as
other methods of conserving
energy
AN EXPERT on many phases
of energy conservation, Reiff also
is active in community affairs.
lie is a past president ol the.Jew-
ish Community Centers ol South
Florida
The Intermediate City (enter
Executives Seminar is an annual
conference attended by Jewish
Community (enter executive
directors throughout the United
Stales and < anada.
Sarah and Hayim Fershko.
Polish-born concert artists, will
make their debut as Miami
residents, in a concert at the
Konover Hotel on Monday. Jan.
30.
The program will include songs
in different languages and works
of Beethoven. Chopin. Grieg,
Tchaikowsky and Rachmaninoff,
played by Hayim Fershko.
The Fershkos were sent to a
concentration camp after the
invasion of Poland, and it was
there that the Nazis amputated
the left arm of each I'ershko.
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Annual Scholarship Dinner to be held March 4 in the Temple
Emanu-El Grand Ballroom are 'left to right) Dr. Marvin Shus-
ter; Rabbi Sholom Lipskar of the Lubavitch Educational Cen-
ter: Rabbi Abraham Shemtov; and Simon Portnoy. The dinner
will be in honor of Abel Holtz. chairman of the board and presi-
dent of Capital Bank as well as a founder of the Lubavitch
Educational Center.
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Beth Am
Singers
Perform
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Americans and the M'Sh
singing prouj
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songs of Israel and V
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Round the World Fair at Tr
Park Both groups are under the
direction of Harriet < Potlock
The Beth Americans
youngsters from fourth through
sixth grades, with blue and white
uniforms, have been performing
for audiences in South Florida for
the past six years They sang at
Vizcaya. Bayfront Park Hand-
shell. Dadeland. the Beau Rivage
and Deauville hotels. Last year
the group cut its second record.
Shalom.
THE MSHORIMS. seventh
and eighth graders, have been
performing for two and a half
years in white good humor
uniforms They are graduate- of
the Beth Americans and this will
be the group s second year at the
Round the World Fair
Both groups are made up of
students of the religious and day
schools at Ter- V". V
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Speaker, Film To
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The next regular meeting of
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Jan. 23 at B p.m. at the Washing-
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To be Presented
Peggo Cromer, photographer,
will exhibit her "dance pho-
tography" at The Fine Arta ol
Beth David's 'An Extraordinary
Chance for Lunch with Modern
Dance, on Tuesday, .Jan. 24, at
l" a.m. in Beth David's Spector
Hall.
Cromer works in varied fields
such as interior design, architec-
ture, travel and family photo
graphy, but her prime interest is
(lance photography She will dis-
play photographs taken during
performances by Natalia Maka-
rova, Ted Kivitt. Violette Verdv.
Mallet Folklorico of Mexico and
the l.ar Lubavitch Dancers as
well a- pictures from her docu-
mentary on "Artists in the
School" program.
Featured on the Jan 24 pro-
gram is Cynthia Novack, New
York dancer and choreographer.
She will present the History of
Modern Dance" in a lecture-
demonstration as well as teach a
modern dance class for beginners
and join participants for a Health
Lunch.
For reservations and further
information call Lotte Clover at
Beth David Congregation.
South Dade Center
Presents Films
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida, South
Dade Extension, will again this
year present a Jewish film series
in cooperation with many South
Dade synagogues and the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
Rita l'erlman. chairperson of
the film series committee, an-
nounced that the films to be pre
sented are Lies My Father Told
Me, Sunday. Jan 22 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Judea; Garden of Finzi
ContinU, Sunday. Feb. '2ft at 8
p.m. at Temple Heth Am:
American Schadchen. a Yiddish
film, on Tuesday. March 14 at 8
p.m. at Temple Heth Am; The
Fixer, on Sunday. April 1ft at 8
p.m. at Temple /ion; and liar
Mitzvah Hoy. Sunday. May 7 at
8 p.m. at Beth David.
Tickets are available at the
ICC office on South Dixie High-
way.
Officers Installation
Set at Congregation
Ahavat Shalom Congregation
will install new officers on
Sunday. Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. The
installing officer will be Sanford
F. Dernis.
The following officers will be
installed for the coming year: A.
('apian, president; L. Koch, vice
president; R. Barr. financial sec-
retary; I. Foster, recording sec-
retary; A. Zomick, treasurer; M.
Barr. religion; M. Zalis.
education; M. Falk. house; Z.
Zalis, publicity.
A class in beginners Hebrew
and Basic Judaism will begin
soon under the direction of
Marvin Zalis, CLU. a graduate of
Yeshiva University. Contact
Harry Klein for more in- ,
formation.
b Women's Technion
Hosts Pearl Milch
The Miami-Coral Gables Chap-
ter. Women's Division of Amer-
ican Society for Technion. will
meet on Friday, Jan. 20 at Tem-
ple Zamora in Coral Cables at
9:30 a.m. Pearl Milch, national
president, will be the guest
speaker.
Ms. Milch has been president
of the Home for the Aged in New
York, director of the foundation
for International Child Health as
well as other organizational work.
Ethel Sernaker is president of
the local chapter and Anne
Padawar is program chairman.
Ada Green and Sadie Fritz are
hospitality co-chairpersons and
Mildred Schwartz is publicity
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Community Corner
Ethnic Is In: Israeli, Greek, and Russian folk music will be
featured at the second annual Winter Folkdance festival,
Sunday, Jan. 22, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Miami Beach Ocean-
front Auditorium, 1001 Ocean Drive.
On The Mend: Fire Chief Don Hickman recuperating at the
Miami Heart Institute.
And On The Social Scene: Jewish Floridian White House
Correspondent Trude Feldman, in an exclusive interview with
President and Mrs. Carter, discussed family affairs. The Presi-
dent's disclosures, as well as those of Mrs. Carter: Chip, his wife
Caron; and Caron's parents are contained in a feature in the
January issue of McCall's magazine. 'The Young Carters' Crisis
marks Trude Feldman's fourth article published in McCall's
within a 12-month period ... The North Dade JCC Singles 25-40
will meet at the Hollywood home of Joan Saperstein Saturday
evening at 9 p.m. ... The Pacesetters will host a Grand Opening
Live Band Celebration at the Outrigger Club. Sunday at 8 p.m.
Educationally Speaking: Understanding the Geriatric
Patient is the topic of a workshop sponsored by the Louise
Mellen Institute for Nursing of Nova University, Jan. 24 from 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ... Contemporary World Affairs is the topic of
a six-week series by Nova University's Institute for Lifelong
Awareness starting Jan. 27 at the Hollywood Art and Cultural
Center. The course will look at current developments in U.S.-
Soviet relationships, the Mideast crises. Latin-American
relations, emerging Africa, and China.
Synagogue News: B'nai Israel and Greater Miami Youth
Synagogue will begin a new program in "Jewish Education for
Women" ... Temple Beth Tov and the Israelite Center Temple
are observing the 60th Anniversary of the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism with special services ... Temple Or
Olom's Friday evening services have been featuring sermonettes
delivered by congregational officers and board members ... The
"Last Vohliner Cantor" Matus Radzivilover will perform at
Sabbath services this weekend at Agudath Israel Synagogue.
Arts and Crafts and Music: Beth David's Spector Hall will
be the site Jan. 24 for "An Extraordinary Chance for Lunch with
Modern Dance" featuring choreographer Cynthia Novack in a
lecture and demonstration followed by lunch. Linda Minkes is
chairman of the day ... Peter Weiss' "Marat Sade" will be
performed at The Ring Theatre Jan. 25-28 and Feb. 1-5 ...
Arnold Kleiner continues his "Poetry for Pleasure" class each
Tuesday evening from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Ida Fisher School...
Temple Beth Sholom's Sisterhood is sponsoring an art auction
Sunday at 7 p.m.
For Local Groupies: The Hialeah-Miami Springs Jewish
War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary will host a Recognition Lun-
cheon on Jan. 22 ... The Retirees of New York District 65
(D.W.A.) will meet Jan. 24 at 12:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Road
American Savings and Loan Association ... The Yonatan Group
of Hadassah is sponsoring a rummage sale Jan. 22 at 8911
Garland Avenue in Surfside from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ... The
March of Dimes Superwalk '78 will be the reason for a kick-off
party at the Omni on Jan. 25 at 5:30 p.m.
With A Hat in the Ring: Betty Diaz has been appointed
Chairperson for Media Relations for Al Cardenas' campaign in
the 14th Congressional District.
With The Kinder: Michael Sitrin celebrated his Bar Mit-
zvah at the Western Wall... The Association for Jewish Special
Education has begun another in its classes for mentally retarded
and learning disabled youngsters. The class meets at Temple
Zion each Sunday at 11 a.m. ... The College Leadership training
class of the Zakai Institute of Hineni of Florida held its first
annual reunion last month. Attending were last year's graduates
and this year's students along with Educational Director Rabbi
Dov Bidnick and Chairman Joseph Platnick. The class meets
Thursday evenings at the Hebrew Academy ... On Tuesday and
Wednesday (Jan. 24-25), Congregation Bet Breira's youth group
will hold a retreat at Camp Owaissa Bauer in South Dade.
Amongst subjects discussed at the retreat will be the history of
Soviet Jewry ... It is that time of the year again and the circus
has come to town. This year the only children selected by
Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey to be on hand for their
annual clown auditions were the second-graders from the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. Children are used as an
audience for the aspir ng would-be clowns to get their reaction to
the aspirants.
Of Speakers and Soap Boxes: Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin
will discuss The World of Our Parents and Grandparents" at
Temple Beth El on Jan. 29 ... The UM's Prof. Robert Sandier
will discuss Decline and Revival: A Recurring Pattern in
Jewish History" at the Greenfield Lecture Series. Sunday 10
a.m. at Temple Israel.
Of Medicine and Men: Dr. Jerome Moskowitz is committee
chairman for the First Annual Gala Dinner Dance sponsored by
the Medical Staff of Parkway General Hospital to be held at the
Omni International Hotel on Feb. 11 ... Rho Pi Phi Pharma-
ceutical Fraternity will hold its next meeting and education
program Jan. 29 at the North Miami Beach Washington Federal
Building. The four-hour seminar will concentrate on "The Crisis
in Water ... A Problem for Pharmacy" ... A foremost authority
on breast cancer. Dr. George Crile, Jr., will speak to area
physicians at Biscayne Medical Center on Jan. 27 at 5 p.m. The
author of numerous books and over 400 scientific publications
on the subject of cancer, Dr. Crile will speak on "Changing
Attitudes Toward the Treatment of Cancer" ... A new All Faith
Chapel at the University of Miami/ Jackson Memorial Medical
Center was dedicated in a brief ceremony Sunday, Jan. 8.
Located off the West Wing Main Lobby at Jackson Memorial
Hospital, the chapel has a seating capacity of 30. It has no fixed
religious symbols and persons of all religious faiths are en-
couraged to worship there. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of
chaplaincy. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, gave the in-
vocation ... Three leading authorities on health care legislation
were to discuss legislative proposals for home health care at a
meeting of Dade and Broward home health agencies Thursday,
Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Congressman Claude Pepper, chairman of
the U.S. Select Committee on Aging, State Representative
Elaine Gordon, chairperson of the House Health and Rehab-
ilitative Services Committee, and State Representative John A.
Hill, House Majority Floor Leader, were to give administrators
of South Florida's home health agencies a preview of what's in
store this legislative session.
Rabbi to Speak To
ShoshanaAMW
Rose Shapiro, president of the
Shoshana Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women, announced the
new location for the Jan^ 24
luncheon at noon in the Ren-
dezvous Room. Seacoast Towers
North, in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Daniel lingerer, clinical
member of the American Associ-
ation of Marriage and Family
Counselors, will speak on "How
to 1'ut New Excitement into your
Everyday Living."
On Jan. 22, at 7:30p.m. in the
Palace Playhouse of Seacoast
Towers East, Shoshana will hold
an auction night.
Pearl Schwartz, president of
Hatikvah Chapter, is planning a
Tu B'Shevat function on Jan 19
at 12:30 p.m. at Kneseth Israel in
Miami Beach. In honor of her
75th birthday. Gussie Taback
will serve as hostess.
Guest speaker will be Cantor
Saul Breeh. JNF chairman of Hi- -
Rise condominiums and a musi-
cal program by Shlomo Geva on
the accordion. Sylvia Dweir, pro-
gram chairman, will present
highlights of Martin Agronsky's
recent report on the Middle Fast
situation.
The AMW thrift shop needs
volunteers for the store and
customers for the merchandise.
The store is manned by Hatikvah
chapter personnel.
Posing on the Lido Deck of
the Costa Line Cruise Ship
"Federico C," are Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Zweigenthal of
Miami. The couple is cele-
brating their 44th wedding
anniversary with the ten-day
holiday cruise through Mon-
tego Bay, Panama, Carta-
gena, Aruba and Caracas.
ERA Pros, Cons
To be Discussed
Temple Samu-FI Sisterhood
will present a two-part program,
a Discussion of the Kqual Rights
Amendment. Pro and Con.
beginning Jan. 23 at 8 p.m.
Shirley Spellerberg, WCIX-
TV. channel 6. WKAT radio,
speaker to the National Con-
ference of Women in Houston
last year, and interviewed on
Good Morning America, will
speak on the con side at the Jan.
23 meeting.
Chris Drennan. past president
of Dade County National
Organization of Women Now.
will be the pro speaker at the
Jan. 30 meeting at 8 p.m.
Beth Sholom Coffee
Hosts Head of C A JE
The Coffee, Culture and Con-
versauon Group of Temple Beth
Sholom will host Gene Green
^'.^ive director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
Sunday. Jan. 22 at 10:30 a.m.
Greenzweig will speak on "The
Sou^e (Judaism and
Christianity)."
Or Olom Sisterhood Celebrates 60th
Anniversary of Women's League
In celebration of the 60th anni-
versary of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism. Temple
Or Olom Sisterhood will conduct
Friday night services on Jan. 20
at 8:15 p.m. Abby Silver (Mrs.
11 ill I. president of Sisterhood,
will deliver t he Bermonette.
Those participating in the
services arc Dorit Binyamin,
Laurie Parent. Stacy Sloan and
Tara Sail /man, pre-Bat Mitzvab
student ol the religious school.
Members of the Sisterhood
participating are Sally Bochner
(Mrs. Sandy), Betty Farbar, Tilly
Fink, Myrna Fistel (Mrs. Ralph).
GoldieGleiberman (Mrs Albert),
Isabelle Gonshak (Mrs. David).
Valerie Gubernick (Mrs Barry),
Linda Hornik (Mrs Peter), Carol
Kahn (Mrs Myron). Betty
Kaplan (Mrs. Sol). Minna Katz
Lottie
(Mrs. Joe), Jackie Klein (Mrs
Alex). Ruth Lubin (Mrs .)ackl
Dena Parent (Mrs. Robert)''
Elizabeth Primak, Heth
Schulberg (Mrs. Alanl. /clda
Shwedel (Mrs. Norman). Bobbie
Sloan (Mrs. Ted), and
Zukerman (Mrs. Mauricei
past president of the Sist,
and a national board men
Women's League for
servative Judaism, is coord
of the service.
Cantor P. Hillel Bruin:
spiritual adviser of Temp f>
Olom. A traditional Sal bath
dinner will precede the sen
Temple Or Olom is sponsoring
a film festival beginning with/
Wat Horn in Jerusalem, a
muskal, on Sunday. Jan 22 at
7:30 p.m
Tu B'Shevat Program to be Held
When Pioneer Women Meet
ATu B'Shevat program will be
included at the meeting of Club
II of Pioneer Women on Thur-
sday. Jan. 26. at 1 p.m. in the 605
Lincoln Road Building in Miami
Beach.
The meeting is free and open to
the general public, according to
Adele Shiftman. Jewish National
Fund chairman. Bertha Lieb-
mann, president of the chapter
and vice president of the South
Florida Council. Pioneer Women
will discuss Tu B'Shevat (Jewish
Arbor Day)..
A review of the new book,
Hubbies. a self-portrait by
Beverly Sills, will be given by
Harriet Green, president of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida at the luncheon meeting
of the Masada Chapter, Tuesday.
Jan. 24 at noon in the recreation
room of the F.xcelsior Condo-
minium in Miami Beach.
Irene Raczkowski. chairman of
the day. announced that the lun-
cheon is open to the public.
Miriam Gingold. member of
the National Advisory Board of
Pioneer Women, will be the guest
speaker at the regular meeting of
the Golds Meir Chapter on
Wednesday. Jan. 25 at 12:30
p.m. in the civic auditorium of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association. 1234
Washington Ave. Miami Beach,
Mrs. (iingold. who was a
delegate to the national con-
vention of Pioneer Women held
recently in Washington, D.C. will
give a Middle East update.
announced Katherine Hoffman,
president of Golda Meir Chapter
Israel and Peace
Topic of Seminar
The Brandeis University Na-
tionals Committee is sponsoring
University on Wheels on Tues-
day. Jan. 24. from 9:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. in the Gold Room of the
Seacoast Towers South in Miami
Beach.
Brandeis Profs. Gordon Fell-
man, Avigdor Levy and Steven
Rosen will discuss "Israel and
the Prospects for Peace in the
Middle East."
The program is free to students
with identification. For reser-
vations. contact Sarah Schwartz,
president.
Country Club Aventura is pleased to an-
nounce that it is now accepting reservations
for parties and functions accommodating
up to 500 people in its new, elegant
banquet facility.
Under Rabbinical supervi
tsion
Charlotte Horn
Catering Director

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January 20, 1978
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Ross Adler
Sharon Betty Ross was
harried to Bruce Adler on
L [8 with Rabbi Maxwell
larger of Temple Kmanu-El
fficiating.
Sharon is the daughter of
jand Sybil Boss of Miami,
pd Bruce is the son of Mrs.
Pauline Adler and the late
lam \dlerof Hallandale.
THF reception was held at
Bernard'* in the Carriage
H0U8(
The bride's sister. Judith
kggh, was Matron of Honor.
Herbert Adler was Best Man
Ind ushers were Gary Ross
fnd Roger Bash.
The bride wore an oyster
unite gown with a veil of
let>d pearls and lace.
SHARON is a graduate of
iophie Newcomb College of
Tii1.hh' University and of
uvula University School of
l)ental Hygiene. She is a
dental hygienist in Miami
and Miami Beach.
Bruce earned a Bachelor of
lArts and Master of Arts
degree in biology and is a
egistered nuclear medicine
technologist. He is employed
as supervisor of nuclear
lined icine at Biscayne
I.Medical Center. Formerly, he
Iwas a science teacher at the
(Hebrew Academy of Miami
iBeach
The couple are residing in
(North Miami.
MRS BRUCE ADLF.R
fingagewents
Fromkin Kahn
Mrs. Joseph Fromkin of
Miami has announced the
engagement of her daugh-
ter. Marcia, to Larry Kahn.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
M. Kahn of Winter Park,
Fla. Marcia is also the
daughter of the late Joseph
Fromkin.
An April wedding is
planned at Temple Israel in
Orlando, with Rabbi Chaim
7. Roswasky officiating.
The couple will reside in
M ait land. Fla.
^^^WS- -xj^*&^ KtyfyF* -xj&?ta^ -v*&?
You are cordially Invited )^
to view the exhibit of g: /
Oils, Acrylics and Needlepoint by %(
VIRALUDLOW gl
January 16 V, 1978 V^
Weekdays 9 :00 a.m. to 7 :30p.m. N?9
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Bal Harbour resident Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz (center) with
.Joan Mandate (left), wife of the Vice President, and Robert S.
Benjamin, chairman of the Brandeis University Board of
Trustees, during a recent dinner honoring the NWC at the
Walt ham. Mass.. campus. Mrs. Schwartz is National President
of Brandeis' National Women's Committee. Mrs. Mondale was
guest speaker and recipient of the Eleanor Roosevelt Com-
memorative Medallion.
Orchestras & Entertainment
I'naiB'rith Girls
ISetNoTalkDay
The Echod chapter of B'nai
$ nth girls, affiliated with B'nai
I'rith Youth Organization, will
lonsor its fifth annual No-Talk-
k-Thon on Sunday, Jan. 22 from
|0 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center on South
")ixie Highway.
The teen-agers will sit six
hours without talking, with the
proceeds going to the Papanico-
aou Cancer Research Institute of
liami
For more information concern-
ling the project, contact Jan Dar-
|low or Carole Redstone.
Yfoo Forum to Hear
\About Writer Trunk
Tof. Arthur Lermer will speak
to II Trunk, the Writer. Phi-
psopher and Critic" at the Yivo
|orum on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at
' P m at Temple Beth Sholom in
llianii Beach.
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I'riday. January 20. 1978 '
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MB City of Hope Honors
Dr., Mrs. Jack M. Houston
Mrs. C) Plasky, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter tor
uv <>t li.ip. announced that
Dr. .lack M Houston and his
wife ill re< eive the coveted
Humanitarian \ W anl
iresented bj the Miami Beach
Chapter for the City of Hope at a
Leukemia Fund testimonial
luncheon in their honor on
Saturday, Feb. 25 in the
Mediterranean Room of the
Dora! Hotel Proceeds from the
Leukemia Luncheon will go
toward the fight against
diseases
This tribute is in recognition of
Dr. and Mrs Houston's service
to the community. Dr. Houston
founder of the Save A Life
national blood pressure program
is present ly a director of the
Dade County Senior Citizens
Housing Project.
HE IS past president of the
Dade County Academy of
(ieneral Practitioners and a
former medical director of the
Suite ol Illinois \thletic
Commission lone of the first
appointees ol Adlai Stevenson),
and also a former medical ad-
\ iser to the City of Chicago
I )r. Houston is a member of the
American Medical Association,
the Florida Medical Association,
the Dade County Medical Assoc-
iation, (ieneral Practitioners
Academy in Florida and Dade
County, and the Railway Sur-
geon- and American Academy of
Geriatrics
Free, national and non-sec-
tarian, the City of Hope is a Pilot
Medical Center seeking to in-
fluence medicine and science
everywhere through pioneering
programs in patient care.
research and education in cancer
and leukemia and diseases of the
heart, blood, chest and heredity
and basic studies in genetics and
the neurosciences.
Further information may be
obtained by calling Mrs. Dick
Nonkin, ticket chairman.
DR. JUDAH J.SHAPIRO
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro To
Address IHF Conference
Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, pres-
ident of the National Committee
for Labor Israel and of the Labor
Zionist Alliance, will deliver the
keynote address to the inaugural
assembly of the 12th annual
Histadrut Economic Conference
for Israel on Sunday evening.
Feb. 12, announced Dr. Leon
Kronish. national board chair-
man of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHF).
Louis Danto. tenor, -vill pre-
sent a musical salute to israel ac-
companied by Israeli composer-
conductor Shmuel Fershko at the
piano.
THE THREE-DAY confer-
ence, to be held at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, marks the Histadrut
Foundation's $50-million mile-
stone, the cumulative total of
commitments since the organiza-
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Dr. Shapiro, educator, lecturer
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Jewish Frontier, the monthly La-
bor Zionist publication, he is for-
mer national director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundations and
past president of the National
Conference of Jewish Communal
Service.
Participants throughout the
Histadrut conference will include
Israeli officials, leaders of the La-
bor Zionist movement and dele-
gates from the United States and
Canada, said Ben Zion Steinberg,
coordinator of the Feb. 12-14 con-
clave.
FOR FURTHER information,
contact the Histadrut Founda-
tion office in Miami Beach.
Martin Fine of Miami has
been named as a neu mem her
Of the national Hoard oj Trus-
tees of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, the
representative body in
United States and Canada of
720 Reform synagogues and
1.1 million congregants. Fine
is a member of Temple Israel
Of Miami, whose spiritual
leader is Rabbi Joseph R- Na-
rot. Fine has been president,
rice-president and a member
of the Hoard of the Temple
during his time there. He also
is a senior partner in the law
firm of Fine. Jucobson. Rlock.
Goldberg A Semet.
Pinski Club Features
Lecturer, Folk Singer
An Oneg Shabbat of the Da\ id
Pinski Club is scheduled for
Friday, .Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Ida Fisher School cafeteria, in
Miami Beach.
A cultural and musical pro-
gram will feature L. Lasavin,
Forward correspondent and lec-
turer on "Eighty Years of the
Jewish Daily Forward.' Folk
singer Kegina Baylin. ac-
companied by Paul Yanovsky.
will entertain with a group of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs and
Max Brooks will read from
Yiddish Classic literature.
AJCommittee To
Hear Bakke Case
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee
will present "The Case For or
Against Affirmative Action.'' on
Wednesday. Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. at
the Standard Club in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Moderator for the discussion
will be Marshall S. Harris.
Panelists include Neil Chonin and
Joseph Z. Fleming and Robert I.
Shapiro will give the summation.
Hadassah Chapter To
Hold Eye Bank Lunch
The Lincoln Chapter of Hadas-
sah will meet on Tuesday. Jan. 24
at noon for an Eye Bank lunch-
eon at the Sea Gull Kosher Steak
House in Miami Beach.
The guest speaker will be Bet-
ty Kestenbaum and entertain-
ment will be provided by Shlomo
Veta.
Atlantic Federal's Prexy,
H. P. Greep Steps Down
The founder and Chairman ol
ihe Hoard ol Mlanlii
,nd Loan, H. P. Gi
stepped down from his position
as president at the recent annual
ng, to devote more time to
his position as Chairman ol the
Board ol Directors
Donald \ Streeter a member
ol Ulantic Federals Hoard ol
tor 1 1 year- and most
|j the Association's
utive \ ice president ol Vdmin-
ion, "ill assume the |
dencj ol the nation's top fifty
sa\ ings institutions
DURING Ulantic Federal's
early day-. Creep said. <>ur job
i- to initiate, invent, introduce
From the initial subscription ol
$203,000 in 1952, Atlantic
Kederal is celebrating .'" years ol
service with assets ol over II
billion
II. P. Greep has made Ulan-
tic Federal the successful insti-
tution it is today." President
Donald Streeter -aid as he ac-
cepted hi- new appointment
\\ e owe our present thriving
prosperity to Mr Greep -
courageous financial
philosophy
The Department ol
tested Greep assistance in a
studj which helped avert a
housing risis in \ enezuela by
ing up a -a\ ings and loan
em m that country For his
honored with
Venezuela's highest civilian
award.
HE WAS founding officer ol
the Fort Lauderdale Council <>t
the Navy [ president ol both the National
Li ague ol Insured Sa* ings and
Loan Associations and ol the
Broward < 'ounty Chapter ol the
American Cancer Society
Streeter I- a native ol
Michigan, but has lived in Fort
Lauderdale 28 years The Vrmy
veteran hold- a Masters Degree
in Business Administration and
ha- -pent the majority ol his
professional career in the world
runt ieS and tmam I
He is a member ol numerous
civic and social organizations
and serves on several special
committee- lor both t he National
League ol Insured Savings
Associations and the I s
Sa\ ings and loan l-enguc
Annual Jewish Affairs Day Seminar
To Discuss Mental Health, Rights
Judy Tepper, chairman of Jew-
ish Education for the American
Jewish Congress, announced that
the Annual Jewish Affairs Day
Seminar will be held Monday,
Jan. 23 at Temple Beth Sholom
in Miami Beach. The seminar
begins at 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. and
includes lunch.
The morning seminar will be
conducted by Rabbi Sol Landau,
spiritual leader of Beth David
Congregation and vice president
of the Southeast Region of Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. Rabbi
Landau's topic is Judaism and
Mental Health."
SOME OF the discussions will
focus on divorce, suicides,
resources and counseling for the
Jewish family. Rabbi Landau has
been involved for many years
with the Mental Health Assoc-
iation of Dade County and the
education of retarded and
learning disabilities of children it.
the community.
Following will be a luncheon at
which Mollie Gersh. president of
Business
Notes
Chiropractor Opens
Miami Practice
Dr. Steve Halegua, chiro-
practor, recently established his
practice at 69If. Red Road
A nati-e New Yorker, Halegua
graduated from college in 1973.
the Florida U omen's Division,
will -peak on the Ami- and
Goals ol American Jewish
Congress "
The afternoon session will be
Conducted by Rabbi Joseph
\arot of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami The topic will be "He and
She G-I) Created Them." a dis-
cussion of the Jewish women and
equal rights.
RABBI Ralph P. King-le>.
president of the Southeast
Region of American Jewish Con-
gress, has urged members of the
community to attend
For further information,
contact the AJC office
Jewish Choir Begins
Hillel of Florida International
University is sponsoring a Jew
ish choir of Miami, to be called
Kol Hillel. the voice of Hillel. The
choir is open to anyone and will
meet every Wednesday at 8.15
p.m. at the University of Miami
Hillel House in Coral Gables.
Choir director is Cantor David
Con visor of Temple Beth Shalom.
Prentice Minner Now
Appearing at Konover
Kntertainer Prentice Minner is
appearing at the Konover Hotel's
Sabra Night Club. Perry Moss,
the hotel's vice-president of
operations, said Minner's con-
tract has been extended to a mi-
nimum of 13 weeks from his ori-
ginal four-week contract.
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le auspices of the RABBI EMANUEL GREEN Ph D DD
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Rabbi Speaks
Ecology is a Jewish Cause
tn L. Drazin
el of Miramar
l, known as the New
[Trees, is. unfortu-
those observances
noticed by most of
This is quite regret-
i it is the celebration
that ecology, the
irered cause of so
young people, is a
if not a Jewish
lan ancestors made
jnces to trees and
ley spoke of the
|an being like the tree
water, with roots
Bp into the soil for sta-
ah instructed the
even during warfare,
were not to be cut
Mitzvah
rTTINGER
IYLISYETTA
ETTINGER
Vet la Kttinger,
ol Mr and Mrs
(i Kttinger, will
| her U;it Mitzvah ;it
rail Congregation on
Inn 20, iit 8 p.m. Dr.
Lipschilz, spiritual
the congregal ion, will
Ben ices and present
it h a Bible on behalf ol
llir Kahaner Sisterhood
i Torah Men's Club.
yMs' honor, her parents
pnsor the Oneg Shabbat
Ig the service.
Is will include maternal
Brents. Mr. and Mrs
l.ep/ellcr anil Mr and
Barry Lieberman.
ps is a student at I ni
School ni \n\.i I in
ami pre> iousl) attended
Jebrcw Vcademj She is
fe<\ in I S> and the Jewish
lunit) Center
ilis |>>\ es animals and would
be a v elerinarian
AYNE AND St on
GELTZEB
|vne and Scol t, Lw in sons ol
Geltzer and the late Nor-
I. Geltzer, will be called to
'orah aa Bar Mitzval on
day. Jan. 21, al Tempi.'
Israel. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
ill officiate
p celebrants are students in
Horning religious school of
Israel and an eventh-
students at West Miami
)r High School.
" I Option will !* ht'ld at the
tzer residence on Saturday
prnoon in honor ol the >h:
Ion.
I1" ial guests will include
.n(lniontluTs Eva Geltzer and
Buue Simeon; aunt and uncle
and Mrs. Bernard Geltzer
cousins Mark and SariGeltz-
and family from Philadelphia.
timore, Washington. U.C. and
rkvllle. Md
down to make weapons. The land
was to lie fallow during the Sab-
batical (seventhl year and during
the Jubilee (fiftieth year). The
Torah also instructed that we
were to ignore the fruit crops of
the first few years on each tree,
giving the trees a chance to grow
to fruit bearing maturity before
using the fruit.
When Jews began to return to
the Promised Land at the end of
the 19th century, they planted
trees to combat the swamps and
erosion which had taken over the
land. Israel's conquerors had
done their job well. By destroy-
ing the trees they had insured
that the land would not l>e able to
support human habitation.
Only the Jews, after all of these
years, made any effort to plant
trees and give the land stability.
We are told that when Theodore
Herzl visited h'retz Yisroel. he
planted a tree to signal the begin-
ning of the Zionist development.
Since that time, more than 130
million trees have been planted
there to benefit the new
inhabitants.
How important is it to plant a
tree? Our sages of old said that if
one is planting a tree, and the
Messiah should suddenly appear,
the planting was not to be inter-
rupted. One should finish the
planting, then turn to the Mes-
siah. He will understand, for
trees are life itself.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Beshalah
\inl the children <>/ Israel went into the midst oj tin vea :j:
n ilrv urounil. and the u uters were a wall unto th< tn on ::
i right hand, mid mi the'rleft tExod I I .';
III Sll \l All I .mi I n I ol i In' hostile tribes i h. Israelites :
iicoiinhT on ihcilircrt mute* loCunuun through the ::
1.111.1 "! |lie Philistines, < >>\ senl the newly freed slnves \t\ g
ni ihe deserl lenr the Red Sea. As thej journeyed, ::
wore guided by .i pillar ol cl. sit I In tl;i> and a pillar ol ::
in.'Iii I In Israelites had lefl Kgypl presumably li
,i |i iheir (.'"I in I he desert. When Pharaoh learned :j:
it i In children "I Israel would not return tn I'-gypl. '" :
i u.-.i i hem in i he lianks ol the Red Sea ;it the heud "I :
iiin\ ol chosen troops, lint a miracle occurred: lhe :
. lul in ii nl Israel wen- iililc (" (Miss between the waves ol :;
in. Roil s.,1 ili.it divided before them and stood upright :
hi In i oliimns. The Kgyplian hosts, plunging into the Red g
Hi i llieni. were all drowned. At this sight, the :|:
c h In n ol l-i.i. I sang .i song ol praise to (Jod. On their g
through i lir desert, the children ol Israel were x
ii-i.i u.-.i l>\ manna From heaven: water issued from j ::
rorl lor them al the bidding of (Jod. The \malekites did
liiittl. with ili.' Israelites, but were defeated bj Joshua. |
i In stiii ill Nun. and his men. ::
(The recounting ol the Weekly Portion ol the Law is extracted and based |>j
upon The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage," edited by P. Wollman ;.;.
Tsamir Si 5 published by Shengold. The volume is available al 'i Maiden ;.;.
Lane. New York. NY. 10038 Joseph Schlang is president ol the society .-.;.
distributing the volume.
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Jeniti fkrkUan
Friday. January 20. 1978 *
i
Israel Bonds to Honor Kustins
The United Jerusalem Award
will be awarded to William and
Rose K ust in at the annual
Temple Beth Moshe-lsrael
Dinner of State on Sunday, Feb.
5, in the Temple Ballroom.
Mr. and Mrs. Kustin have been
active in Jewish community
services in Florida and New
Jersey.
A member of B'nai B'rith for
more than 40 years. William
Kustin is a member of the Board
of B'nai B'rith. Dedicated Lodge.
Jade Winds Complex of North
Miami Beach Mrs. Kustin is a
life member of I ma Group of
Hadassah and an active member
ofORT
DINNER chairmen, Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblatt.
announced that F.mil Cohen,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO '8 619
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
STEPHEN JOSEPH KIRBY
a k a STEVEN
JOSEPH KIRBY.
Petitioner
and
VICTORIA LYNN KIRBY.
Respondent
YOl\ VICTORIA LYNN
KIRBY. c u Manfred Kelthley.
Route 2. Fairgrove. Mo.. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILE
your written response to this
action for dissolution of
marriage, with the Clerk of the
above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioners Attorneys'.
SALL T VON ZAMFT and
SAMUEL E SMITH. 1320 S
Dixie Highway, Suite 8S0. Coral
Gables. Florida 33146. on or
before the 24 day of Feb.. 1978.
else the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage will be taken as
confessed
DATED Jan 17. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
By B Llpps
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Jan 20. 27, Feb. 3. 10. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number77.OH
Division Sidney M. Weaver
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA J MAGID
Deceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of ANNA J MAGID.
deceased. File Number 77-8316,
is pending in the Circuit Court for
DADE County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which Is
73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33140 The personal
representative of the estate is
HARRY L MAGID. whose
address is 3784 Sheridan Avenue,
Miami Beach. Florida 33140 The
name and address of the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount claimed
If the claim is not yet due, the
dale when It will become due
shall be stated If the claim is
conUngent 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. AdministraUon has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objecuons
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedents
will, the quallflcaUons of the
personal representative, or^the
venue or jurisdiction of the cjLrt
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publlcaUon of
this NoUce of AdministraUon
Jan. 30.1978
HARRY I. MAGID
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ANNAJ MAGID
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JACKM BASH, ESQ..
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 233
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone. 30B673 1001
Jan. 20. 27,197g
\merican Jewish folk humorist,
will be guest entertainer and
speaker.
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM KUSTIN
Assisting in preparations are
Stanley Golland. president; Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Pepper, chair-
men of the host committee, and
Rabbi I.ouis M. Lederman.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of CARLISLE &
ASSOCIATES at Suite 519. 299
Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables.
Florida 33134. intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
V Robert Carlisle.
Applicant
Marilyn L. Carlisle.
Applicant
299 Alhambra Circle
Suite 519
Coral Gables. Florida SS134
_______Jan 20.27; Feb 3. 10. 1978
INTHECIRCUIT COURT
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case'8-6'4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage of
LIISJ BARRERA.
Husband.
And
LIZETTE TOUZET BARRERA
Wife
NOTICE TO DEFEND
YOU. LIZETTE TOUZET BAR
RERA. RESIDENCE UN-
KNOWN are required to file your
Answer or paper thereto, to the
marriage dissolution petition,
with the Clerk of this Court, and
to serve a copy thereof, upon
JOSEPH C LAUSSEL. ESQ
12233 NW 7 Avenue, at Miami.
Florida 33168, your husbands
lawyer, not later than Feb 24,
1978. AD., otherwise a Default
will be entered against you
DATED: January 18. 1978
Richard P Brinker
Clerk, arcult Court
By: M J Hartnett
( As Deputy Clerk i
Jan. 20, 27; Feb 3. 10,1978
CIRCUIT COURT,
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO '8-665 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
ANNE MARIE BARR
Petitioner Wife,
vs.
SAMUEL BARR.
Respondent Husband
You. SAMUEL BARR
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, are
hereby noUfled to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you. upon
SiiSlX. a,tor"y. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQ.. 612 NW 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136
and file original with Clerk of
Court on or before February 24
1978; otherwise the PeUUon wlli
be confessed by you.
Dated this 18 day of Januarv
1978 "
RICHARD P BRINKER,
CLERK
By: B. Llpps
Deputy Clerk
Jan. 20. 27; Feb S. 10.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
TMEllTHJUOICUL
circuit in and
flo*,d/0,,DADECOUHTY-
family division
case no 's-*3fc
IN RE: The Petition of
PEDRO DIAZ
___ NOTICE
TO: Gonzalo Alvarez
Address Is Unknown
Vou are hereby notified that
the above-named Petitioner
PEDRO DIAZ, and hi. wife's
DIAZ, have Hied a petlUon In the
above-styled Court for the
adoption of the minor child
named therein and you are com
m.Sn.C,'<, rve a copy of your
written defenses, If any on
CARLOS M MENDEZ E
QUIRE. PeUUoners attorney
whose address Is Suite M 111
Blscayne Building, 19 West
r,laAler Slpe*, Miami. Florida
33130. on or before February 24
i9JjLXnV},e "" original of same
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on PeUUoners
attorney or Immediately there-
after; otherwise a default may
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the PeUUon
WITNESS, my hand and the
seal of the Court at Miami
m* th"'17 day of January
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By C. P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
Jan. 20. 27. Feb. 3. 10.1978
Rabbi Sfard, 8th
Generation Clergy
Services for Rabbi Nathan A.
Sfard. 71, were held Monday at
Lakeside Memorial Park.
Rabbi Sfard. an eighth gen-
eration clergyman and a
descendant of Baal Ashem.
founder of the Chassidic move-
ment, died Saturday at South
Shore Hospital of a heart attack.
HE FIRST retired from a 30-
year rabbinate in Last Bronx.
N.Y.. and moved to Miami
Beach. He soon became a
volunteer chaplain at Sunland
Training Center and local jails.
Rabbi Sfard had no immediate
family surviving.
Academy Women
To Hear Bergida
The Hebrew Academy Women
will hold a monthly meeting at 1
p.m. on Jan. 25 at the American
Savings and Loan Association
Auditorium. 828 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Hal Bergida will be guesl
speaker on the topic Why 19~8
Will Be the Year of Inflation.
More Aircraft For
El Al Airlines
The management of Fl Al Is-
rael Airlines has announced the
acquisition of a sixth Boeing 7-47
aircraft of the "C" series for de-
livery in mid-June of this year.
The board also decided to acquire
an additional Boeing 747F for de-
livery by the end of this year or
the beginning of 1979.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of HAI>U>
SOLOMON ASSOCIATES ..t 1687
NW 119th Street, North Miami
Florida 33167. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
Dated at Miami Florida, thli
10th day of January 1978
Harold Soiomon
Goldman. Goldstein &
Parzler
Attorneys for Applicant
-Ml W FlaglerStreet
Mi.inn. Fl SSI SB-642-2411
Jan 20. 27. Feb :i 10
Haber to Chair Dinner
For Blood Bank Founders
Miami Beach Mayor Leonard
Haber has been named chairman
of the National Dinner honoring
the Charter Founders of the State
of Israel's new central blood
bank, scheduled for Feb. 19 at the
Eden Koc Hotel.
Announcement of Mayor Ha-
ber's acceptance was made joint-
ly by former Congressman
Emanuel Celler of New York, na-
tional chairman, and by Joseph
Handleman of Miami Beach, na-
tional president of the American
Ked Magen David for Israel.
THE EVENT, which will pay
tribute to people and organi-
zations who have contributed
H0.000 or more to the building of
the new blood bank in Hamat
(Ian (Miami Beach's official sis-
ter city in Israel), and will bring
together Jewish communal lead-
ers from throughout the United
Stales and Canada.
Working with Celler and Han
dleman are Samuel Heinhard,
Florida state chairman of the
ARMDI; David Coleman of Mi-
ami Beach, state president:
Howard Kaufman, president of
the (ireater Miami Chapter and
leaders of the Red Magen David
organization.
A worldwide campaign to raise
S10 million for the blood bank.
Farband Presents Music Concert
LEONARD HABER
being built by the Magen David
Adorn. Israel's official Red Cross
agency, was launched in Miami
Beach during the 1976 National
Hanukkah Festival for Israel and
Salute to Operation Jonathan
Coleman was chairman of that
event
Mayor Haber. an active mem-
ber of Temple Beth Sholom and a
member of the board of directors
of the Florida Committee for Bar
Man University, also located in
Hamat Can. was elected mayor in
November, 1971 He had served
previously as vice mayor and
councilman.
A concert and welcome party
will be given by the Miami
Farband City Committee m
appreciation of 70 Farband
members being set on vacation to
the Saxony Hotel.
New York City Committee's
Secretary Kfroyim Fogel and
coordinator Solomon Zinshtein
are providing cultural events for
the vacationers.
MENDEL Rl'TTMAN. chair
man of City Committee, and Sam
Berke. co-chairman, with branch
presidents Jack Filosof. Philip
Kahn. Joseph P. Zuckerman.
Abraham Fish. Moe Levine
l Iscar Shapiro. Morris Tamres.
Leon Met tig. Morris Fisher, and
Norman Pankin helped in
arranging for composer Shmuel
Fershko, soloists EsteUe Ehrena
and Anita Roselle and the
Farband Zimrah Chorus, to
present a program of Jewish.
Hebrew and English folk tunes
Jewish comedian. Hershel
Oendel. also will perform.
Solomon Zinshtein will chair
the function and Mendel But-
tman also will participate.
The concert will take place on
Sunday. Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. at the
Saxony Hotel in Miami Beach.
Fannie Gibson. Miriam Gingold.
Harry Kapchuk, of Seashore Pickles
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of 1 \
LEGITIMA" at 030 NU 23 Place
Miami. Florida 88126, Intendl to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
JOA43UIN PI.ANA
Jan. 20. 27. Feb 3. id. 197X
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO '8 440 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
EDDY A LCI N DOR,
PetlUoner. Husband,
and
JOCELYNE ALCINDOR,
Respondent Wife
TO: JOCELYNE ALCINDOR
Ruelle Robin
Port au Prince. Haiti
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
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ attor
ney for PeUUoner, whose ad
drew Is 801 Dade Federal
Building, 101 East Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33131. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Feb 24. 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petlUon
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 13 day of
January, 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByG.S. Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal I
DANIEL RETTER. ESQt IKK
Attorney for Petitioner
H01 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida Mi.n
I'hone. 358-6090
Jan 2D. r, Feb :< 10, 1978
Harry Kapchuk. president of
Seashore Food and Pickle
Products, died Jan. 13 of a heart
attack at age64,
Rabbis Max Shapiro and Tibor
Stern delivered eulogies at the
Sunday sen ice at Riverside.
MR KAPCHUKS family was
in the pickle business in Russia
and New York for over 200 years
He came to Miami in 194.1 and
started selling pickles from a
barrel behind a Miami Beach fish
market In 10 years, his business
grew so much that Seashore
Pickles moved into a 10.000
square foot plant in North Dade
I^ater, the business expanded
to its present Opa-locka site. It
employs 150 people and processes
and markets vegetables and pre-
cooked meals as well as pickles,
and owns many of the farms that
grow its products.
HARRY KAPCHUK
Mr Kapchuk. of North Miami
Beach, was a New York native
and World War II vet
HE IS survived by his sister.
Fay Snitkin; a son Ivan;
daughter Gigi; brother Marty:
and two other siaters. Mrs
Frieda Weinstein and Mrs Jerrie
Greene.
Gertrude I. (nee Israel) Hechler, 72
Gertrude I. (nee Israel) Hech-
ler, 72. of Miami, died on Jan. 12.
A resident of Miami for 31
years, coming from Springfield,
Mass.. Mrs. Hechler was a char-
ter member and past president of
B'nai B'rith groups in Springfield
and Coral Gables.
She was the wife of the late
William Hechler. mother of Mari-
lyn (Ramon) Rinc of Miami,
grandmother of Karen and Bruce
Rabin of Miami and Keith Rabin
of Tampa, sister of Hyman Israel
of Tampa, Dorothy Israel of
Worcester, Mass., Rose Meridy
of Bloom field. Conn.. Dorothy
and Roger Grant of Miami. Molly
and Harry Dorn of Miami Beach,
and aunt of Mrs. Sherri Sharon.
Brian. Scott and Brett Grant, all
of Miami.
Services held at Gordon with
interment in Star of David.
The family requests that con-
tributions in memory be made to
the Leukemia Society of Amer-
ica. Gertrude I. Hechler Memo-
rial Fund.
Mourning observed at the
home of Marilyn and Ray Rinc.
Hie
Robert Greenberger, of Lakeside
Robert B. Greenberger, exec-
utive vice president in charge of
sales for Lakeside Memorial
Bark, died Jan. 11 at age 80.
Mr. (ireenberger was a
member of H'nai B'rith and the
Knights of Pythias and was a
founder and president of the
Harbour House Fishing Club.
HE IS survived by his wife
Clare; daughter. Mrs. April
Reiner; brother. Charles; and a
sister, Mrs. Pauline White.
Services held at Blasberg.


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sons having
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|_ DEMANDS
the above
all other
srested in
iREBY NOTI-
(1 ministration of
IIRIAM SIRKIN.
dumber 78-in, Is
[ Circuit Court for
[Florida. Probate
dresa of which la
iirthoua*. 73 W
Miami, Florida
peraonal rep-
the eatate la
lay Road. Miami
The name and
lie peraonal rep-
lattorney are act
[having clalma or
nst the eatate are
THIN THREE
t>M THE DATE OF
ITBLICATION OF
to file with the
ve court a written
any claim or
lay have. Each
In writing and
the basla for the
ne and addreaa of
ins agent or at
amount claimed.
not yet due. the
will become due
Id If the claim la
unliquidated, the
In certainty shall be
1 claim la secured.
lull be described
lit shall deliver
es of the claim to
nable the clerk to
to each peraonal
LEGAL NOTICES
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of thla
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THKKK MONTHS
KHiAl THE DATE OF THE
FIR3T PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have thai challenge!
the validity of the dei edi nl -
will, the qualification! of the
personal representative or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
ami OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
thla Notice of Administration
January 18 1978
Milton Strain
\- Peraonal Representative
of the Estate ol
MIRIAM SIRKIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON \l
RJ PRESENTATIVE
Ronald Cutler ol
HARRIS & SIRKIN P \
21 N E Flral Avenue
Miami Fla 3S131
Telephone 888-1488
Jan
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY 0I\ EN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name New Pacific
Cream al 33 NE 3rd Ave Miami.
Fla 38133 Intends to n
name with the Clerk of the
Circull Court of Dad.- County.
Florida
n.- Paclfli o iin
NE 3rd \ve
Miami Fla 33182
Ian 20 27 Feb 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7g-76
INRE ESTATEOF
!'. \K K vrz
I I. .,-.-.I
Nl ITICE "I-
tDMINISTR \ riON
TO \LI PERSONS HA>
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
KST rHE \Ho\E
i \\|i U.i. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
vi,i VRE HEREBY N
FIEI i thai th admli
11,,, .... RAF K

'In mi 'oui
I tade Count) Florida Probati
I ilvlalon the address "t which is
West I 14 li Streel M
Florida I
resentatlve of the estate la
WILLI \v K vTZ and Rl TH
SILVER whosi addrei
William Kati 1080 Mei
.' Beach Florida
and Ruth Silver, 4<' w 45th
Itn Mlam Beai h Fli
The name and addreaa of the
represental
loin.'.
All persons having
il the eslati 11
required v> ITHIN THRr I
MONTHS r'lliiM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file with the
clerk ol the above i ourl,' written
statement ol any Claim ''
demand tliev mav have Each
Claim musl be m vinting and
must Indicate the basis for the
Claim, the name and address of
the creditor or hit agent or al
tome) 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 haa
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any obJecUona
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
peraonal repreaentatlve, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED .
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Admlnlatration:
Jan. 20,1978.
William Katz and
Ruth Silver
Aa Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
KAK KATZ
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
LAW OFFICES
MELVIN F. FRANKEL, PA.
420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 324
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 834 4838
Jan. 20. 27. 1078
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 78-483FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage "i
VALENTINE BAILEY,
and
CYNTHIA MARIE BAILEY
TO CYNTHIA MARIE
BAILEY
Idence unknowni
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for Dlssolu
lion oi Marriage has been filed
agalnsl you and you > re required
to serve a ropy of your written
defense ai to ii on Michael
a Lipsky, attorney fur Peti-
tioner wi ose addi ess la ." Wesl
Flaglei Streel Suite 880 Miami
Florida and file the original with
the clerk of the abovi styled
court on or before Feb 24 1978
otherwise a default will be en
u lor the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
Tins Hutu,. shall be published
on. e i-ai h week for four consei
utlve weeks m THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNKSS my hand and the
-al of al mlaml Flo
mi.i on tins 13th day ol Jan
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 'lerk, Circull Court
I lade Co mis Florida
ByB Lipi
\- Deputy Clerk
I Circull Court Seal I
MICH VELA LI I'SKY P A
28Wesl FlaglerSl
Florida 33130
Attorney tin Petitioner
i.in 20 27 Feb 3 II
CIRCUIT COURT
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NO 42319
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION

' Hid
e r< ii ss
Wife
You M VRIE ROSE mi S
i|KI li STE RESI
HENCE I NKNOWN
notifli
ei to the Dissolution ol
upon
IKORGE NICHOLAS
\U |2Ul V.cliue.
6, and file
original wild Clerk of Court onor
io, 1978; otherwise
the Petition will in- confessed by
I lated tin- 28 da) ol I lei ember,
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
I leput) Clerk
Ian I '' 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HK.HKHY OIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name MAC KRIEG
LENS TINTING DYES SUP
PLIES at ilMT SW 96 Ave.
Miami El 33165 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadeCountv. Florida
MARKFINKEL
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 EARTHBOUND
MEDIA CREATIONS at 2848 SW
28 Lane, Miami, Fl. 33133 intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
ARNOLD KATZ
HOWARD EDER
DORI BILLINGS
Dec. 30, 1977; Jan 8,13.30.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name YOUNG.
GRANOFF ft LOPEZ, Accoun-
Unta. at 3844 West Broward
Boulevard, Plantation. Florida
33312 Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Packman Neuwahl
1401 Brickell Avenue
Suite 008
Miami, Florida 33131
Attorneys for Young,
Granoff k Lopes, Accountants
Jan. 20. 27; Feb. 3. 10,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name RNR ENTER
PRISES at 16461 W. Dixie High
way, N. Miami Beach. Fl 33162.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Richard L Pavelsky
Ralph Schmleder
Jan. 13, 20. 27; Feb. 3.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name CHEERIO BAR
at 5 SW 55 Ave Rd Miami. Fl
33134 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Russell J Fertltta
Attorney
Miriam Beckerman. Esq.
1515 NW 7 St .Suite 230
Miami. Fl 33126
Dec. SO, 19H; Jan. 6. 13, 20.1978
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 39091
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Marriage of
ANGELO LATEGANO
Husband
and
\nn \ LATEG \N'i
Wife
TO ANNA LATEGANO
545 Ka-t Utli Street
New York New York
YOI ARE HEREBY NOT]
FIED thai an action for Dlssolu
lion ol Main,it, filed
against you and you , ,i op) ol ) mil written
defense- It ,111V to If oil Ml HI
TON l! ZEMEL ESQI IRE al
tin nev im l 'etltlonei. who i
is Suite i it 16608 NE 19th
Avenue. North Miami Beach
Florida 33162 and file the ori-
ginal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Febru
- oiiieiw ise a default
will be entered against you for
the rellel demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall in- published
once each w ,-i k for four consecu
live weeks in Till-: JEWISH
FLORID! \n
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ot said court al Miami Flo
rida on this 16th day 01 January,
RICH VRDP BRINKER
\ l '!.! k ( ':>. CUlt Court
I lade i 'ounty, Florida
By Deborah G Hess
\a Deputy Clerk
ult Court Si
MORTON H ZEMEL, ESQI IRE
Suite II 1
, urn
North Miami Beach, Florida
I
Telephom
Attomi
i.. |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE I'TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERALJURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO '8 7S5
\NCll! LI RE Vl.TY
Plaii
M \LY NKPII K .. k a M
NKI'M K ,i h .. MARY
Mi KINNEY ii alive, and ol n
lead unknown i
and all person- laim
. through, under oi agalnsl
hei
ndant
SOTICEOF Vi
TO
M U'.Y NKI'II K .. k .. V
NEPII K a k MARY
McKINNEY ii allvi
.1 or ii dead, her unknown
|e\ isees legatees or
,iii persons or
claiming <>\
through, under or agalnsl
her
Resldem e t nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY nut;
FIED that an action to forei lose
tgreemenl for 11.....i on the
following property In Dade
County Florida
Kas't :r. .....t of the Wesl
|B8 89 feel of Lot I. Block 2.
EAST OULFAIR, according
to the I'lai thereof, as
recorded In Plat Hook 42. at
Page 47 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida,
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any.
.to it on MARVIN I MOSS. P A .
" Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress Is 128SO Blscayne
Boulevard. Suite 302. North
Miami. Florida 33181, on or
before February 24. 1978. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
thla Court on January 16.1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of said Court
By C. P. Cope land
aa Deputy Clerk
Jan 20 27; Feb. 3. 10.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 76122
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
VIRGINIA WALKER
Plaintiff
vs
ARCHIE LANKFORD and
RUBY E LANKFORD, his wife;
MIKE CARP and HELEN
CARP, hla wife, ESTATE OF
BEN BOSKIN; WILLARD
ROLLE; CHARLES ROLLE.
EVELYN ROLLE CULMER
CITY OF MIAMI, a Political
subdivision COUNTY OF
DADE. a political
subdivision; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSES. HEIRS. LEGATEES
DEVISEES, CRANTEES AND
CREDITORS OF JACOB
ROLLE and RACHEL ROLLE,
and BEN BOSKIN a k a BEN
JAMIN BOSKIN. ALL DE-
CEASED. AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST THEM; AND ALL
UNKNOWN NATURAL PER
SONS IF ALIVE. AND IF DEAD
OR NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
LEGAL NOTICES
OR ALI\E. THEIR SEVERAL
AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE8, HEIRS DEVISEES
GRANTEES AND CREDITORS,
OR OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROI GH OK
1 NDER THOSE 1 NKNI iWN
NATURAL PERSONS VND
ALL CLAIMANTS PERSON8
1 |R PARTIES n \ n 1: \l. id'.
CORPORATE, OR WHOSE
EX \ KNOWN CLAIM INC UNDER
\NY OF THE ABOVE N VMED
OR DESCRIBED DEFEN
I 1 \ NTS OR P m:i ii-: s
CLAIMING TO H\M-: *NY
RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST
IN VND rOTHE L VNDSHERE
\l- I'KK DESCRIBED
I lefendanta
TO
cm VRLES ROLLE
Beai ii Hotel Nassau, < irand Ha
li.iin.i-. and THE I NKNOWN
SPOI SES HEIRS, LEGATEES,
DEVISEES GRANTEES \NH
CREDITORS OF I \coli
ROLLE and RACHEL ROIXE
\NH BEN BOSKIN .1 k a
HKN I \MIN BOSKIN ILL DE
CK VSED \N|i \LI. OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROI nil 1 NDER OR
VGAINST THEM ANI> M.I.
I NKNOWN N ITURAL PER
Si >NS IK ALIVE, AN 11 IF I IE \I'
1IR Ni iw KNl iw N ri BE I >E M 1
OR \l.l\ K THEIR SEVERAL
\\L RESPKCTD K UNKNOWN
SIMM SES HEIRS DE\ ISEES
1,1: Wl l-KS \NU CREDITORS
m: OTHER P m: II KS
CLAIMING BY THROI 1 111 OR
1 NDKH THOSE 1 NKNOWN
N VII 1: \l. PERSONS \NP
M.I. CLAIM KNTS PERSONS
OR PARTIES N A II R M. OR
Cl IRPOR MK OH WHOSE
EX MT I EG VI. STATI S IS
I NKNOWN CLAIMING I N
DKH \NY oh' THE MOVE
NAMED OR DESCRIBED
DEFENDANTS OK PAI
CLAIMING TO HAVE \NY
I TI I'l.K OR INTEREST
IN \M>T01 HE I \Nl IS Hr LI
I iKSCRIBEl 1
yoi \i:k mii ifii
IN BLOCK
NORTHWEST SEVEN
WEN I K MlDITION
VCCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF Rl
1 tlHDKIi IN PI \r ItonK :
.
HI.IC RECORDS
I lADECl 'I NTY Kl.olMI'N
een filed u
, op)

.'. i 1,1.1 SCH METZl IKK
\NI LEI INK P A Pla
Mm,-ii. \venue Suite
Gable i-
February '-'I I97H and file the
vitl Clerk ol this
CiMiit i-ittiei before sen
Vttorney or im
ilel) iiu-ie.liter otherwise
......1.mil M ill be en:.....
you for the rellel demanded In
ihei 'omplainl or Petition
WITNESS 1111 naiid and the
: this Court, on January i-'.
I97
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Cli-i K Ol tin Court
iu I leborah 1 Hess
Deputy cierk
Ian 20, 27; Feb 3, 10 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO: 78-302
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE: Estate of
VIVIEN MARIE PALMER
a k aVIVIENM. PALMER
Deceased
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
TERESTEI) IN SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the Estate of VIVIEN MARIE
PALMER, a k/a VIVIEN M
PALMER, deceased, late of
Dade County. Florida, has com-
menced In the captloned
proceeding
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED AND REQUIRED to file
any claims and demands which
you may have against the Eatate
and to file any challenge to the
validity of the Laat Will and
Testament offered for probate. If
any. or any objection to the
qualifications of the Personal
Representative, venue or Juris-
diction of the Court, with the
Court, Dade County Courthouae.
73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR YOUR
RIGHT TO DO SO WILL BE for
ever barred
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
First publication of this notice
on the 20 day of January. 1978
ELVIRA E MATTHEWS (L.S.I
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
VIVIEN MARIE PALMER
a k aVIVIENM
PALMER. Deceased
Apt 8.
1368 NW 34th Street
Miami. Florida 33142
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
HYMANP GALBl'T
721 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida. 33139
Telephone: 672 3100
Jan 20. 27.1978
LEGAL NOTICES________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No 77-6953
Division: John R Blanton
IN RE Estal
RAI LG BOTERI I
I iei eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION .
TO \LL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEM \NHS
.\i; \i nsi THE MO\ E
i- \NH ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Mil \i:k HEREBY
F1EI1 tii.it the administration of
el
'.,-. N '
pending In the Cln uil 1 'ourl for
' 'ounty Florida, I'rol li
I n\ islon the addi h Is
; West F 'laim.
Florida
l!AH
U.I KI A I.OTERO BOTERO
whose addn
Miami Florid
name and add'- |"-r
lomey
..... : 11 I 1......1
aii persons hn\ ing claims or
demai I are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to fill
I lerk ut lheabo> couri a rltten
statement ol ': or
demand they m I) liavi Ea I
claim musl be in writing and
must indii ate the basis I 1
, laim the name and addn
il,,. redltor or his .1
torney and the amount claimed
II the claim is not le the
shall ""' '-
contingent 01 unliquidated, the
nature of file urn i all be
: if the ired
lescntx
The
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All :
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\NL OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BK FOREVER
BARH
1 i.i',- ol the first
this Noti,, Vdmit
178
, ; IHRIELA LOTERO
BOTERI I

the 1
1: \i LG BOTI

VTTORNEY FOR PERSON \:
\ vnvK
l.\W OFFICESOF
VINSI I- I- 1: FERDIE
Sulti
TIT Ponce de Leon Boule\
Coral iables Florida 38134
B) \m-.....R Kerdie
Pelepl : II 3557
Jan 20. 27, 1H>
CIRCUIT COURT
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
NO 78250FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
PIERRE FRANCOIS,
Husband,
vs.
WILMINADURAND
FRANCOIS. Wife
You. WILMINA Dl RAND
FRANCOIS. 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.
ESO 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with Clerk of Court on or
before February 17. 1978; other
wise the Petition will be con
fessed by you.
Dated this 9 day of January.
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER.
CLERK
By N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
_________I.- ->n 27. Feb. 3 10 l7*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name SANTA CLARA
ORNAMENTALS IRONS at 2190
W 10 Ave rear. Hlaleah, Fl
33010 Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Andres Escabia
Orlando Hernandez
Jan 20. 27; Feb 3, 10.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of A 1 Chemical
at 581 NW 54 Street. Miami,
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Maritime Engineering It
Surveyors Inc.
By: Sanford Polansky
GERALD Sll.VKRMAN
Attorney for applicant
300 Roberts Building
Miami Florida33130
Jan. 20. 27; Feb 3. 10.1978


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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 'U43FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE JOSHVA STEWART
Petitioner
and
MELBA ESTHER
STEWART
Respondent
TO Melba Esther Stewart
1276 Bushnck Avenue
Brooklyn. New York 11207
YOL AKt HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
BRl/CE LAMCHICK. attorney
for Petitioner whose address Is
3628 Northeast Second Avenue
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 17. 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 8 day of January.
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Diane Lowe
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
BRl/CE LAMCHICK
3628 Northeast Second Avenue
Miami Florida 33137
Attorney for Petitioner
________j"ar. :3 20 27 Feb 3. 1878
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. H ttiC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE MORRIS PANTTZ
and
HELEN PANITZ
TO HELEN PANITZ
ISO West Penn Street
Long Beach.
New York 11561
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 anv. to it on
HYMAN P GALBUT. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
721 Washington Avenue Miami
Beach. Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or beofre
January' 30 1978 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demand
the complaint or petition
This notice shali be published
once earn week for four con-
ecutr.. THE JEWISH
RID IAN
WITN hand and the
seal I art at Miami
Florv: s 23 day of
Decer
RICH
.it Court
Florida
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ESQ1
721 W nuc
nda 33139
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Attorr.. ;oner
Dec 30 1977 Jan B. 13. 2i 1971
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No TI'SJ FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
VICTOR L RODRIGUEZ
and
LTDYAE RODRIGUEZ.
TOUDYAE RODRIGL'EZ
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
ADOLFO KOSS ESQ A KOSS
ATTORNEY AT LAW PA,,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2121 Ponce de Leon
Blvd Suite 715. Coral Gables.
Florida 33134. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Feb 17, 1978. otherwises 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 con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLOR ID LAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 6 dav of January.
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal'
ADOLFO KOSS. ESQ .
A KOSS ATTORNEY
AT LAW PA
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd .
Suite 715
Coral Gables Florida 33134
(MSI4M-UM
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan 13 20 27 Feb 3.1978
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Civil Action No.11 4HU
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
CARIDAD DIAZ
and
RENE DIAZ
TO RENE DIAZ
Residence Unknown
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for DISSO-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
yourwrg|f7defenses if any. to
it on jMlLlA B DIAZ. ESQ .
attontfy for Petitioner, whose
address is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Fla 33128. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 3rd, 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
WTTNESa my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 27 day of
December 1977
KirHAKDP BRINKER
Ast'lerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv Florida
B) N A Hi
As Deputy Clerk
-itf'ourt Seal i
Stone. Sostchin*
Gonzalez P A
EMILIA B DIAZ ESQ
101 NW 12 th Avenue
Miami. Fla 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. '1104 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
MENDOSCADEAU
and
GERDA RODNEY CADEAl"
TO GERDARODNEY
CADEAL
i Residence Unknown I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dlsso
lutlon of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on EMILIA
B DIAZ ESQ. of STONE
SOSTCHIN k GONZALEZ P A .
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 482 Palm Avenue
Hlaieah Florida, and file the
onifinal with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Feb 17 197'. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded U
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutlvi
hand and the
kid court "
Florida on '.his 5 dav of January
RICHARD P BRINKER
irt
nda
13 Perez
As Deputy Clerk
-it Court Sea:
EMILIA B DIAZ ESQ
STONE SOSTCHIN 4
GONZALEZ P A
482 Palm Avenue
Hlaieah. Florida 33010
305 I 888-5544
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan 13.20.27, Feb 3.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No"?7 4203*
{Rubin Div 0?)
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MARTIN GOLDMAN
Petitioner,
and
ROSLYN GOLDMAN
Respondent
TO Roslyn Goldman
2770 West 5th Street.
Apt 19D
Brooklyn. New York 11224
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
Robert H Bums atto'mney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 420
Lincoln Road Suite 450 Miami
Beach Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Feb 10 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
secutlve weeks in THE JEWISH
FLOR ID LAN-
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 30 day of
December 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
'CircuitCourt Seal'
Robert H Bums Esquire
420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attomev for Petitioner
Jan 6.13. 20.27
NOTICE UNDER -------------NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that th- -;'0 that the undersigned desiring to
2 engage In bus
name K C
proper: KK
. a Florida cor-
poratlon d b a R C PROP
ERTIES at 1515 N*
-
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 4222s
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of
HENRY SIMMONS.
Petitioner
and
CARNETTA SIMMONS
Respondent
TO CARNETTA SIMMONS
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
ten defense- I to it on
IP AUERBACH attorney
-"- '. .
Florida, and file the origin
: styled
on or before February 3


.in.
Th;- .ill be put


FU I

IRLNKER
AsClerl
Dade County. Florida
By Diane I-owe
As Deputy Clerk
.it Court Seal'
PHILIP ALERBACH
777 Northeast 79th Street
Miami. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 30 1977 Jan 6. 13 20 197'
in business ur I

al J27S ''
ml Fl 33125 inte-
register said name
rk of the urt
DadeCountv Florida
Rafael Ubeda
m
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO.'|242 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
CASSANDRA VALERA
Petitioner
and
PEDRO LUIS VALERA
Respondent
'TO Pedro Luis Valera
624 Willoughby Avenue
Second Floor
Brooklyn. New York 11126
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
BRUCE LAMCHICK attorney
for Petitioner whose address is
3628 Northeast Second Avenue
Miami Florida and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 17 1978 otherwise a
default will be entered a.
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks in THE JEWISH
flor;:
WITNESS m> hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Flonda on this 9 dav of Januai .
"-
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
DadeCountv Flonda
ane Lowe
As Deputy Clerk
Clr 1C irt -al'
BRK DCK
38 N rtheast Second A venue
Miami. Florida 33137
>ner
Jan 13 20 27 Feb
Suite
intends to
with the
Court of
Miami fi 33125
register said name
Clerk of the Circuit
Dade County. Florida
R C Properties
International. Inc
a Florida corporation
RichardC Welt President
Attorney Miriam
Beckerman. Esq
1515 NW 7 St ,
Suite 220
Miami. Fl 33125
Jan 13.20.27, Feb 3 1978
NOTICE U'.oeT
FICTITIOUS NAMEito
I
that the ur engage In bu-
fictltlous nam.- r -etefs*'
Company of E ^^
Hiawatha Sir.. \0 ""i
Miami. Fla S3] int-J*'
register said name *m}
Clerk of the C
Dade County, Fl '
Packman A- \-.i\,aM
1401 Brick.
Suite 801
Miami. FU 3Slt]
Attorneys for
Concrete Casting Q T.nari
of Florida. Inc
Jan 20. 27. Feb 3 io .
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 106 St
Miami Fl 33186 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Mlnette Brown
Elaine Katz
Attorney
Gary P Cohen. PA.
9145 SW 87 Ave
Miami. Fl 33176
Dec 30, 1977; Jan 6. 13.20,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of Diagnostic
Medical Associates at number
260 95th Street. In the City of
Surfslde Florida Intend to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dated at Surfslde, Florida this
2 day of January' 1978.
Drs Richard M Meyers
and Robert S. Dlcksteln.
PA .a Florida corporation
Leonard SeUowltz. J D
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 1116 Blscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Jan 13. 20, 27: Feb 3, 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 UPSKY. P.A
Attorney for Florida Divers
28 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
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 A1A EMPLOY-
MENT at 536 N Miami Ave
Miami. Fl 33127 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
VeldrlnD Freemon
Jan 6.13.20.27, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage In business in business
under the fictitious name E
EVES at P O Box 41444. Miami
Beach. Fl 33141 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Gall Fein
Susan Aronberg ...
n 6. l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7' 359S7
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE T
MEN
Petitioner
and
'
S


four con-
WITNESS my hand and the
f said court at Miami
Flonda on this 21 st day of
December. 1977
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
ADOLFO KOSS, ESQ
A KOSS ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A
2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Suite 715
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
I308i446-1444
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec 30. 1977. Jan 8. 13. 20.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THEHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO 'I J* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
JEAN NORCEAN.
Husband,
and
JESSIE PEARL NORCEAN
Wife.
YOU. JESSIE PEARL NOR
CEAN. 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 copy
thereof upon the petitioners
attorney, Herman Cohen Esq
22 SW 'iami Fla
33130. on or before Febru..
or else petition wi.
confessed
Dated Jan 4. 197*
Richard I" Hrinker.
Clerk. Circuit Court
ByG.S Carlle
Deputy Clerk
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No n 4" 33
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE TheMarnageof
JUDY ELLEN HINDES
Petitioner,
and
ALAN HINDES
Respondent
TO ALAN HINDES
c oBERNARD HINDES
747 East 79th Street
Brooklyn New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT]
FIED that an action for
Itlon "f Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required t< your
written def. to It on
NORMAN DRI CKER atl
for Petitioner, whose address Is
130 Lincoln Road Suite *>]
Beai h Flonda 3311
file the nnginal with the clerk of
.hove styled court on or
before February 9
i defs ill aii; he en
HI (or the relief
ded in the complaint or
petit.
This notice shall be pub.
once ... ... k (or four
seculr. I In Till-: JEW ISH
FLORID1 \\
witness mj hand and the
seal of said court al v
Flonda or. thi- 2! I..
:977
IHARDP BRINKER
.it Court
Dade County E.
B) Willie Bradshaw. Jr
I leputy Clerk
"
s NORMAN DRI CKER
'ISH
'.
177 Jan 13 30 1978
NOTICE UNDER "
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYri
that the undersigned ilesirji,,
engage In business under),
fictitious name of I'FAFF r
GRAVING CO at 2341 s,
Ave Miami. Florida and al
DANIEL R PFAFFisnoioJ
doing business under that US
and Intends to register saidrua,
with the Clerk of the cir
Court of Dade CounK Flondt
PFAFFCO INC
STANLEY E GOODMAN
Attorney for
PFAFFCO INC
Jan 20, 27 Feb 3,10 :n

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 ?860 FC
FAMILY OIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
: lenl
CARN RSE

:k HEREBY N
i
M
your

Emilia H Dlax Esq it
Sostchin & Gontala r \
torney for Petitioner whose
address is IBS Palm Avenue
ih, Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Feb 17. 1978. otherwises default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW ISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 5 day of Januarv
1978 *
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
EMILIA B DIAZ, ESQ
STONE. SOSTCHIN*
GONZALEZ. PA
462 Palm Avenue
Hlaieah. Florida 33010
1306 i 888-5344
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan. 13. 30. 1978
'liM., 27IB78 Jn 13.30. 27. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
that the undersigned, desiring to
ficlffT '" bulnM ^der the
fictitious name THE oak
Miami Beach. Florida intends to
register said name with the
Oerfc of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ,ntv Florida
M RESTAURANTCORP
It-ftffi :""1-'"
SOROTA Pa
Attorneys for
51 RKSTAl RANT CORP
aoo Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Jan 6 T3. 20, 27.1978
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDlC.Hl
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 'J l$2F{
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re The Marrtagi
LIBIA RODRIC1E/
.mi!
LEOPOLDORi
To LEOPOLD*
RESIDENCE '. \ v,
YOL ARE HEREBY NOT!
El ED that an trl
Dissolution of Mai
filed against you and you in
required to sen i
written defenses
ADOLFO KOSS ESQ \ KM
ATTORNEY AT LAW it
attorney for Petltl .-.
addraa is tUl Poi de Lra
Blvd Suite 713. O I
Florida 33134, and
original with thi
styled en .
February 17. 197>
default win be
you for the reli.
the complaint or pev
This notice sh.t
once aai h .'> I
secutlve weeki -
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m)
: iatd
Flonda on tl lanuin
RICHARD P Bl
\
I
Circuit I'
tDOIJro K
\ KOSS ATTOl
\Vi P \

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IN THE CIRCUIT COL'RTFO*
DADE COUNTY r ORIOA
PROBATE Dl .15 ON
PROBATE NO
Division Joseph N-^OiH
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATI
!:s'': M INHEIM
I i.i eased
TO ALL PERSONS
CLAIMS OR
AOAIN8T SAID 1 -
OTHER PERSONS W
TKRESTED IN SA:
YOL ARE HERE.1'
FIED that the adnuiuttraiM*
the Estate of PlNll 9 SIA>
HEIM. deceased, late ol P*
County. Florida, has commev*
In the captloned proceeding
YOL ARE HEREHV NOT,
FIED AND REQl'IRH' to W
any claims and demands *W
you may have against tlM Wg
and to file any challenge to w
validity of the Last Will
Testament offered for probt*
any. or any objection to W
qualifications of the Penoi*
Representative, venue or )uri
diction of the Court with t
Court. Dade County Courthou*
73 West Flagler Street kUJJJ
Florida 33130. WITHIN TrlW
MONTHS FROM THE I 'ATE w
THE FIRST PUBLICATION Ot
THIS NOTICE OR VOWJ
RIGHT TO DO SO WIIX Bl
forever barred ,._,
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT jw
FILED WILL BE FORK>'-
BARRED M-
First publication of tl
on the 13 day of Januar> 1978
S TETTA MANHEIM
As Personal Representative
oftheEsta-.
PINCTSMAN!
-
Apt CW
236 West :'
New York N > '
ATTORNEY FOR PERS
REPRESENTATIVE
HYMAN P GALBl'T
ESQUIRE
721 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Telephone 672 3100 ^,
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Religious Directory
MIAMI
AT SHALOM CONGREGATION
|sA6'th Ave. Orthodox
IE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
win Ave Conservative
BBFIRA CONGREGATION
Its SWllJH' St Liberal Rabb,
Vr, Tabachnikoft (3 A)
APLE BETH AM Qf Herber,
j n Kendall Drive Baumgard
|h Miami*7 S5*7 Senior Rabbi
Hiichell Chefiti, Associate Rabbi
Friday Service-8:30 p.m.
Or Harry Orlinsky
will discuss:
1$ There Masculine
Bias in The Bible?"
Irday Mormnq
lhService-l':'5 m
Member
UAHC
tH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave
hservaiive Rabbi Sol Landau
hlor William Lipson (4 A)
L DAVID SOUTH '500 SW 120th
I Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
A illiam Lipson (4 Bl
^H KODESH
Modern Traditional
101 SW 12th Ave. 851-6334
.,, Max Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
[Friday Evening Service 8:15 p.m
Prof Seymour Liebman
will discuss:
What Ails Judaism?"
f Daily Minyon lor Yahneiten
Daily'45a m.. 5:00p.m.
Sunday 8 am.
ISJ'urday Services 8:45a.m.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the weexly portion__________
,'. TEMPLE 6438 SW 8th St
bs.ri,iiivo Rabbi Charles Rubel
ISRAEL AND GREATER
\m YOUTH SYNAGOGUE '600
123rd Orthodox Rabbi Ralph
m,in 18 A)
RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
NW 183rd St Conservative
b: 'or D Zwellmg Cantor
k- rner i36)
South Florida s
Pioneer Reform
Synagogue
|PLE ISRAELOF
iTERMIAMI
HE th St Miami
woo
Dr Joseph Narot. Sr. Rabbi
Services Every Friday at 8 p.n
Dr Narot will diSCUSS:
F'What Does Conversion Mean
in Relorm Judaism?"
Greenfield Lecture Series
Sunday 10 a.m.
Prof Robert Sandier
\ I KENDAlL 9990 N
Jia.ili Drive R.ibbis Jo'-eph Narot.
|tt Goidi'
NTER 31'5 SW 25th
rvativi Rabbi Solomon
itenbrrci Cantor Hyman Lifshin
p Tl WPLE 8'55 SW 16th St
n Itivi C antor P Hillel
I I
' I M.PLE 8900 SW 10'th
nd Floor Conservative
. n P F artier i9
PLE ZION
8000 Miller Road
rative 271.2311
IN rmanN Shapiro. Rabbi
It. i Ben Dick son
fii Honor Educational Director
fan Smolenskv Musical Director
rSimonhoft Early Childhood Dr
|k>' Herli Coordinator
Friday service 8:'S p.m.
Rabbi Morris Kipper
will discuss:
High School in Israel"
Saturday 9 a.m.
Dr Shapiro will preach on
the Sedrah ol the week
B nai Mitivah Henry Cohen
and Charles Gittleman
MIAMI LAKES
FRETH CONGREGATION
NW 58 Ct Rabbi Bernard A
per Conservative
HIALEAH
[fRETH JACOB TEMPLE 951 E
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Dr
Ithan H Zwitman (IS)
NORTHMIAMI
TH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
p NE 121 st St Conservative Rabbi
US Lederman Rabbi Emeritus
fceph Gortinkle Cantor Moshe
liedler (351
MIAMI BEACH
DATH ISRAEL. '801 Carlyle Ave
"ihodox Rabbi Sheldon N Ever
|JH EL 2400 Pine Tree Dr
rtnoaox Rabbi Alexander Gross. (5)
^_"'SRAEL. 77o 40th St Orthodox
BbbiMordecai Shapiro (18)
[TH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
ftnodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
|y Cantor Maurice Mamches. (19)
I MPLEBETH RAPHAEL*
1 Cil .-_____.
"nnrnt L
'545 Jefferson Ave.,M.B.
Cantor Saul H Breeh
Friday Service! p.m.
Saturday 8:3* a.m.
Guest Speaker:
Rabbi Chaim Rabinowitx
Dn. Rabbinical Academy
of America
Topic:
The Builders of Zion"
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM .
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. LeonKronish 538-7231 Liberal I
Cantor David Conviser
Friday Services 8: iSOrgan Prelude 7:45
Dr. Kronish will discuss:
"Only God Can Makea Tree"
Sabbath Services 10:45a.m.
Sunday Series -10:30 a.m.
Gene Greemweig
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TlON 843 Meridian Ave., Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig (22 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION. 935
Euclid Ave Orthodox Rabbi Israel
M Trooper Cantor Henry Fuchs
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TlON 843 Meridian Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig (22 A)
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 Washington
Ave Orthodox Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melamed (23 A)
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
538 2503
Conservative
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Late Friday Services 8:30 p m
Rabbi Maxwell Berger
will discuss:
"The Illogical Logic
We Call Facts of Life"
Saturday Morning Service 9 a.m
The Rabbi will preach
on the weekly Torah Portion
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION 1544
Washington Ave Orthodox (32)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE. 5445
Collins Avenue Conservative
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Gross l25)
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY SY
NAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Enqel (26
KNESETH ISRAEL 1475 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seit (2'l
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Abraham Korf i6'i
TEMPLE MENORAH
620'5th Street Conservative
866 0221
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Cantor Nico Feldman
Daily Minyan:
Weekdays' 45 a.m S:2op.m.
Sunday 8:30 a.m.. 6:30 p m
Friday Evening Services 8 '5 p.m.
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
Rabbi Abramowitz will preach
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Tatum Walerway Conservative Dr
Eugene Labovit: Cantor Edward
Klein (291
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER '800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavnoh (32 Al
OHEV SHALOM '055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas A
Weberman Cantor Sydney W
Feinsmith (80)
OHR HACHAIM CONGREGATION 31'
4'St Orthodox Rabbi TsviG Schur
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias (3D
NORTHMIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
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Alpern (33)
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Religious Community Center 19255
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Nislick (33 A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER 29'2
Aventura Blvd North Miami Beach
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
man
FBETM TORAH
CONGREGATION
105) N. Miami Beach Blvd
47.7S2
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Dr Max A. Lipschiti. Rabbi
Cantor David Bagley
Late Friday Services p.m.
Saturday Services- (:30a.m.
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7:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m.
Sunday (a.m., 5:30 p.m.
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Conservative Rabbi Dr. Abraham l
Jacobson (MB)
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Rabbi Nesim Gambach Cantor Ane
Ovadia.
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform Rabbi
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Shulkes. (32)
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Dov
Bidnick (38)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIA
Ml 990 NE 171st St Orthodox Rabbi
Zev Leff (391
CORAL GABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
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GOGUE University of Miami 1100
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Asst Dir Morton Aroll
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Reform Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat
8ZAMORA 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 TEMPLE 310 SW 62nd
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max
Landman (47 B)
TEMPLE BETH EL 1351 S lath 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 JohnsonSt Con
servative Rabbi Paul M Katz Rabbi
Emeritus David Shapiro (65)
TEMPLE SOLEL 5100 Sheridan St,
Hollywood, Fla 33021 Rabbi Robert
P. Frazm Cantor Bruce Malin (C47)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWI SH CONGREGA
TlON 400 S Nob Hill Rd Liberal Re
lorm Rabbi Sheldon J Harr (64)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOGUE '4'3NW4thSt (69)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester 148)
DEERFIELD BEACH
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL Century
Village East Conservative Rabbi
David Berent
MARGATE
BETH HILLELCONGREGATION '640
Margate Blvd Conservative Rabbi
M ph Kerglas
SHOLOM TEMPLE l3?SFIMhAve
Conservative Rabbi Morns A Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renzer (491
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 3291 Sterlmq Rd Orthodox
R abbi Moshe E Bomzer
CORAL SPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH OR R 2151 Riverside
Drive. Relorm Rabbi Leonard Zoll
HALLANDALE
HALLANDAl i rVISH CENTER
416 NE 8th Ave Conservative Dr
Carl Klein, Rabbi (12i
PEMBRO
Bl TH EMFT TEMPLE ?00 NW
Douqlas Rd Liberal Relorm David
Goldstein ed dir
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 Taft
Street Conservative Rabbi Bernard
P Shoter
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE '100 W
Oakland Park Blvd Conservative
Rabbi Philip A Labowitz Cantor
Maurice Neu (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE 3245 W Oak
land Park Blvd Relorm Rabbi Joel
S Goor Cantor Jerome Klement (431
OHEL BNAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE.
4351 W Oakland Park Blvd. Orthodox.
Rabbi Saul D Herman
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
NW 5'th SI Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman 144 A)
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla. 33137.
5'6 4000 Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Execu-
tive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flagler St., Miami, Fla 33131.
3'9 4553 Rabbi Lewis E Bogage,
Director, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations
UNITEDSYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St.. North Miami Beach,
Fla 33162. 947 6094 Rabbi Seymour
Fneoman. Executive Director
T.V. Programs
Sunday,Jon.22
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TVCh. 10-8 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Carl Klein
Sunday,Jan. 22
-'Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 78:30 a.m.
Hoat:
Rabbi Stanley Ringler
Guests:
Dr. Edward Reichback
Dr. Helen Fagln
Dr. Bernard Schecterman
Obituaries
KAPCHUK
HARRY, 65, of North Miami Hearh on
Jan 13 A 35-year resident, coming from
New York Survived by children. Ivan
and Olgl Kapchuk, both of Hollywood:
brother. Marty Kapchuk, of North
Miami Beach; three sisters, Fay
Snltkln. of North Miami Beach, Frieda
Weinstein. of I-onR Island, and .lerrle
((recite, of Queens, n Y He was founder
of Sea Shore Food Products In Opa
Lorka which was the first pickle plant
here He was active In Jewish affairs In
South Florida, a veteran of WWII, and a
member of many charitable
nrKiuilzatlons.. Riverside. Interment
Mt. Slnal.
FEIGELES
MKLVIN, 48. of North Miami Beach, on
Jan. 16. A 28-year resident coming from
New York He Is survived by his wife.
Beverly! son. Adam; daughter. Julie;
mother, Blanche; and brother. Arthur,
all of North Miami Beach He was an
active member of B'nal B'rlth and had
erved on all levels as an officer Includ-
ing the South Florida Council, the Flori-
da Slate Association and District No 5
extending from Washington. D.C. to
Key West He was active for many
years In the hotel industry on Miami
Beach, having been Involved In owner
ship management of Larfayette Hotel
Drake Hotel and the Beach I'laza He
was a long time member of Temple
BeUl Torah and Past President ami
Founder of North Dade Lodge B'nal
B'rlth. He was one of the founder!Of the
Committee of 200 against Cancer
Riverside. Interment Lakeside Family
would appreciate donations lo the B'nal
B'rlth Foundation of the IS n( which
he was Florida Chairman
BABBITT, Irene. 65, of Miami Beach.
(iiirdon
FREEDMAN, Myron Sidney, 69, of
North Miami Beach, on Dec. 28.
Riverside
HIR9CH, Ada. BO, of North Miami
Beach, on Dec : Uevltl
R( ITHSTEIN, Ruth, 70, ol North Miami.
on Dec 28 Levitt Interment Mt
Slnal
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Evsry Daf C/osed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
GREENBERGER
ROBERT B of Bal Harbour, on Jan n
Survived by wife Clare; daughter Mr
April Reiner, Ariz ; brother. Chilli.-
Kort Lauderdale; sister. Mrs Paullm
white Aril Mr Qreenberger was the
the executive VlCC president and
director of Bale* of Lakeside Memorla
Park Founder and president Of Har
hour House Fishing Club a Pytheanand
member of Freedom Lodge and Century
("luh n( B'nal B'rlth Blasberg. Entomb-
ment in Lakeside Mausoleum Family
requests donations to Hope School
Funeral arrangements and supervision
under the direction oi the Blasberg
Funeral Chapel and Levitt Memorial
Chapel
WENER, Lawrence, on Dec 28
Riverside.
FRIEDMAN. Harold W 79. of Coral
Gables Riverside. Interment
Lakeside.
Rothschild. Gladys B on Dei SO
Levitt
SHEAR Samuel. 87. of Miami Beach,
on i>e> SO Newman, Gordon inter
ment Ml Slnal
BEROER, Rose 7". oi Miami Beach
Riverside Interment Mt Slnal
KRAMER Oeorge 77, of Miami Beach,
on Der si Riverside
MEYER, Louis, m. of Miami Beach, on
i tec ti Gordon
ORNSTEIN Minnie. 7.V of Miami
Beach, on Dec 31 Riverside Inter-
ment Lakeside
ROLLER. Max, 76, on Dei 30 Cordon
Interment Ml Nebo.
S1EGEL, William. 7r> ol North Miami
H.-.ii ii Levitt
TOBACK, Helen N 7!' on De. L>M
Riverside Interment Lakeside
BRAI N I Robert 3d of Miami, on
Dei 29 Riverside Interment Star of
1 lavid
BREUER, Arthur. 72. ol North Miami.
on Dei Si Levitt
QOLD, Jack. 80, of North Miami Beach
Riverside
i; Village, on Jan l Blasberg.
MALLEI! William M 7. of North
Miami Beach, on Jan i Gordon
KETAY, OUSSte, -7. of North Miami
Beach, on Jan i Riverside
PASTERN ACK, Herman. 7M oi Miami
u i. c/,ordon
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