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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 8
Fred K Shochel Feb. 34.1978
Miami. Florida Friday, February 24. 1978
By
Mail 60 Cents Two Seel ions Price 35 ( ents
ISRAEL SCENE
A *till-affectionate West German couple
Want a Divorce?
High Price Hurts
IBONN The West German
Ish to the divorce courts has
Inn Ki a skidding halt. And it's
tii because marriages have
Dpped collapsing, iiecause of
changes implemented in the
yorce laws in July, aimed at
k> morally agonizing and more
lanciall) equitable marital
ilii^. the divorce rate has been
I I) percent,
II i.OOO marriages ended in
k fii -i few months after
new law's introduction.
the right to half their ex-
husband's pension.
This rule applies regardless of
a wife's behavior during the
marriage. She could have been a
nagging tyrant or unfaithful for
years, but still she gets the
money.
THIS well-meant reform was
aimed at a fairer deal for divorced
women in their old age Hut it has
put off many men who want a
divorce from going to court
As a 42-year-old Hamburg pro-
IN GERMANY
i red with 50.000 during the
period in 1975.
|T1II. MAIN problem, mainly
would-be ex-husbands, is
Dni> The reforms removed the
kilt principle from divorce
ions and paved the way for
vorces after one year's
partition even when only one
Inner wanted out.
IHui the new laws also weighed
ily on the financial side of
i< Karlier. they were entitled
I hah of all assets accrued by the
tnership from the date of
image now, they also have
fasskntaJ man put it: "My wife
has admitted being unfaithful to
me tor the last five years. If we
divorced. I could accept her
receiving half the value of my
house, country villa and yacht.
Hut I could not swallow her
getting half my retirement pay
until the day I died."
The money barrier does not
stop there. Divorces have jumped
in price about 50 percent and cost
at least $2,300. The reason for
this is that all questions to do
with a divorce, such as dividing
Continued on Page 8-A
Atherton Shuttle-
No Wild Hopes Held
Vance Rebuffed ... 11-A
Arms Sale Wrapup ... 14-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA
The Cabinet met in spe-
cial session this week to
discuss future peace pros-
pects and the issue of Is-
raeli settlements in the oc-
cupied Arab territories,
which appears to have the
ministers sharply divided.
Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman and several oth-
ers are known to be press-
ing hard for a freeze on all
new settlement activity as
long as the peacemaking
process with Egypt contin-
ues.
THEIK POSITION has been
bolstered by recent I I.S. pressure
on the settlements issue. But the
American condemnation of the
settlements has only reinforced
the position of the hard-liners,
headed by Minister of Agricul-
ture Ariel Sharon, who want to
push ahead with new settlement
activity regardless of the opinion
in Washington.
Meanwhile, political circles
here are less than optimistic that
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State
Alfred L. Atherton will score a
quick or easy breakthrough in his
efforts to secure Israeli and
Egyptian agreement on a joint
declaration of principles. Ather-
ton returned here late Monday to
resume his shuttle diplomacy be-
tween Jerusalem and Cairo and.
possibly, other Mideast capitals.
Resumption of the stalled
Continued on Page 10-A
IN BRITAIN
Egypt's Air Force
Grounded, Expert Says
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Most of Egypt's 365 combat
aircraft are grounded because of a shortage of spare parts
and experts to maintain them, the Daily Telegraph
claims.
According to Clare Hollingworth, the paper's
respected Defense correspondent, the shortage also af-
fects missiles, warships, tanks and guns originally
purchased from the Russians. This lies behind President
Continued on Page 6-A
AMERICAN SCENE
Human Rights Document
Raps Israel, Praises Sadat
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State De-
partment's second annual
report to Congress on
human rights in 105
countries receiving U.S. aid
in some form gave Israel a
mixed review while issuing
high marks to Egypt and
President Anwar Sadat.
The 426-page report, re-
quired by law and pub-
' lished by the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee
and the House Interna-
tional Relations Commit-
tee, glossed over Saudi
Arabian customs of justice,
notes improvement in Syria
under President Hafez
Continued on Page 3-A
Begin 's No. 1 Negotiator Ben-Elissar
To Speak at Israel Bond Inaugural
IThe 1978 State of Israel
|>nd drive celebrating the
xh anniversary of Israel's
atehood will have its
rth American launching
Thursday evening,
arch 2 at 6:30 p.m. at the
mover Hotel, Miami
lach.
lEHahu Ben-Elissar, di-
fctor-general of the Prime
Muster's Office in Israel,
?d Israel's first negotiator
at the initial peace talks in
Cairo, will meet with Jew-
ish leaders from throughout
the United States and Ca-
nada to lay the groundwork
for the forthcoming trip to
the United States of Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
on March 12.
EVER SINCE the founding of
the Israel Bond Organization 27
years ago, Miami has been the
traditional scene of the inaugur-
ation of its annual campaign.
Ben-Elissar, a close friend of
Prime Minister Begin, who has
been called "Israel's No. 1 Civil
Servant," will be principal speak-
er at the Israel Bonds inaugural
dinner in Miami Beach, it was
announced by Sam Rothberg,
general chairman of the world-
wide Israel Bond Organization.
Begin will be coming to the
United States at the invitation of
President Carter for talks in
Washington. Ben-Elissar, a poli-
tical aide and close friend of
Continued on Page 6-A
Leading Banker Honored
Federation Dinner Slated
On Miami Beach Sunday
George Bergmann, chair-
man of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Builders
and Bankers Division, will
honor South Florida pio-
neer developer Shepard
Broad on Sunday with the
presentation of the Boneh
Yisroel (Builder of Israel)
Award.
The presentation will take
place at the Carillon Hotel during
the Builders and Bankers
Division's annual dinner on
behalf of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Special guest speaker for the
event will be Stuart E. Eizenstat.
chief domestic adviser to
President Carter.
THE Boneh Yisroel award, an
exclusive design in marble by
noted sculptor Michael Barkin,
will recognize the outstanding
contributions" made by Mr.
Broad toward the establishment
of the State of Israel and for his
continuing involvement in the
well-being of the Israeli people."
Locally. Broad is known for
leadership in numerous in-
stituions, including the Fed-
eration. Mount Sinai Medical
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US Rights Report Raps Israel
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Assad, observes that Leba-
non's government has thus
far been unable to reassert
Ls authority throughout
the country, and that Jor-
Idan is 'politically stable.
ICommunist countries, ex-
Icept Yugoslavia, were not
[reported on.
J ISRAEL, within its national
Iborders. the report said, is "a full-
fledged parliamentary democracy
whose standards and admin-
istration of justice are com-
barable to those of the United
States and the other Western
democracies.'*
Continuing, the report, which
,,85 released last Thursday,
rights everywhere and to every-
body"
A STUDY shows the reports
are uneven in their presentations.
While the report on Israel does
not mention the terrorism, such
as bombings employed against
Israelis, the survey on Jordan
notes that faced with "internal
and external challenges, the
government has sometimes
resorted to detention without
trial."
The report on Egypt is in
highly optimistic terms. It
praises Sadat for relaxing police
state tactics. "Egyptians are
enjoying civil and political
freedoms to an unprecedented
degree." it says.
While newspaper reports and
AT THE STATE DEPT.
Stated "I nder the military
vgime that governs the occupied
territories, certain of the normal
human rights guarantees that are
Liken for granted in Israel proper
have been superseded on security
rrounds. This dichotomy poses a
iilemma that will probably be
solved only in the context of a
final peace settlement with their
leighbors."
The 10-page section on Israel,
Rouble the space devoted to any
Ene of Israel's neighboring
Countries, charged the Israelis
ith abuses of Arab rights in
ccupied territories.
ISRAEL'S tactics in those
reas. it said, include "the use of
fcxtreme physical and psy-
chological pressures during inter-
ogation." using excessive force
quell demonstrations, sear-
tung the homes of Arabs
Without warrants, and expelling
irab "security suspects."
Following the report's
Bsuance. the Israel Embassy
sued a statement that said:
[Obviously the report notes the
lifference between those stan-
dards applied in Israel and those
Vhich security consideration
brce Israel to apply in the ter-
ftories under its control.
"Nevertheless, in spite of those
bfficulties. the government and
he people of I srael are trying to
pply the highest standards and
heir own perception of human
Amnesty International state-
ments are included in the survey
on Israel, it concludes the Saudi
Arabia report with the sentence.
"To the best of our knowledge
the Saudi government has not
been asked to accept outside
independent investigations of
alleged human rights violations."
THE SAUDI report does not
mention Jews specifically but
said: "Visas for travel into Saudi
Arabia have at times been
refused by Saudi authorities on
the basis of religion but such
cases are now rare and limited to
atheists and persons the Saudis
consider to be a political or
religious threat to the Saudi
state."
The report on Egypt said:
"Since establishment of the State
of Israel, the Jewish population
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elderly people. The Egyptian
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Egypt permits non-Israeli
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its concern known to the Syrian
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through 1976, some of the more
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government issued a series of
decrees in late 1976, and early
1977, intended to eliminate
virtually all officially sponsored
forms of discrimination against
Syria's Jewish community except
the prohibition against
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necessary to observe the imple-
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relaxations over a period of time
before a final judgement can be
made as to their effectiveness."
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Friday. February 24
Carters Brinksmanship
The Carter Administration's Feb. 14 announcement
that it will sell warplanes to Saudi Arabia and Egypt while
cutting Israel's request for planes in half was a Valentine's
Day massacre of Israel's security interests.
Israeli security depends for a large part on the
protection provided by its air superiority. The proposal to
sell the planes to the two Arab countries undermines this
advantage. It particularly gives Saudi Arabia a plane that
would be able to reach Israeli territory quickly in case of a
new Middle East war and increases the possibility the oil-
rich kingdom will become a frontline state against Israel.
There is, of course, the added danger that the Saudis
could transfer the planes to another country, such as
Egypt, if a war broke out.
The Administration denies that the arms deal will
increase the tension in the Mideast.
The real reason for the arms sales appears to be
giving in to Arab demands rather than the security needs
of Egypt and Saudi Arabia. It is apparent that the sale of
the F-5s to Egypt was the price Sadat exacted from
President Carter during his recent visit to Washington for
continuing his peace talks with Israel.
The reason for the Saudi deal was revealed in Sec-
retary' of State Vance's own words: "Saudi Arabia is of
immense importance in promoting a course of moderation
in the Middle East and more broadly in world affairs,
as in petroleum and financial policy.'' These planes are the
Saudis' price for persuading the Organization of
Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) from raising the
price of oil.
In our view, any arms to Saudi Arabia and Egypt
should not even be considered before a peace settlement is
reached in the Middle East, and then the effort should be
on arms control.
The Administration has said the arms sale to the
three countries is part of a package, anil if the proposals
for the Arab countries are rejected it will withdraw the
sales to Israel, Congress should not be frightened by thi-
brinksmanship.
Seminary Convocation
The Jewish Theological Serrrinan of Ai i is not
onlj the spiritual center ol American I
I lism It .- ilso tl e of rabh
rvel he Conservative mo\ ement.
The 29th convocation 'i. mple
inu-EI beginning
then fore ai
I .. .
congregatioi ghout th.
Adding to the significance of the.....sion will b<
-I a number ol religious
ring from Chief Justice ol the State Shimon
Agranat (recently retired), to Sen. Howard Metzenbaum
ID.. Ohio), to Dr. Gerson I). Cohen, chancellor ol the
Seminary.
The 29th convocation will not only highlight the
Seminary as the spiritual center of the Conservative
Movement and the training of rabbis, but its various
schools for cantors, teachers and Jewish professionals as
well.
The convocation deserves our special welcome.
Statistics and Numbers
The American Jewish Year Book's 1978 edition
reveals that the world's Jewish population stands at
14.259.525. The figure represents an increase of some
115.000 over 1977.
This should not give us cause to shout any great
hurrahs. The figure is too slender for that, particularly
when we observe that two major segments of this world
figure are in constant jeopardy: Israel. 3.059.000; and the
Soviet Union. 2.678.000. This represents a total of
5.737.000. or more than one-third of the whole of world
Jewry on the front lines of attack either in the form of
cultural and religious oppression or of frank military
attack.
In addition, there are other dangers: the creeping
forms of assimilation in the United States and Europ
intermarriage, conversion, or simple dropping out.
drewish Floridian
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Germany's Envoy: The New European
AMBASSADOR of the Fed-
eral Republic of Germany Berndt
von Staden wonders with a note
of irritation in his voice: "How
can we ever get rid of that awful
cliche?"
He means the ubiquitous photo
of two Bavarians in Lederhosen
seated at wooden tables eating
Weisswurst a universal sign of
echt deutsch.
The Ambassador's note of
irritation is the only flaw in an
otherwise perfect picture of dip-
lomatic tranquility. He listens
carefully. He speaks softly. He
does not pontificate. He is
dressed impeccably.
Von Staden is the new
European.
I SUGGEST to him that,
perhaps with the exception of
aimm
I
miiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiii
Leo
Mindlin
global
. 'delogica|
beyond
France, the countries of Europe
since World War II are no longer
divided by intense nationalisms.
They recognize that the sources
of world power have shifted else-
where and that the future flash-
prin-
peopte's ASseM&t-y

&M.

m&
'?+
points of
struggle are far
bounds of their own continent
perhaps even far beyond *
bounds of their own int *
With the exception of Franc* i
repeat. Europe is content not to
have a hand in their ultimata
resolution. They have exchannd
military presence for eeonoS
capability and seem qu,
satisfied with the new arriL
ment. ^
Von Staden agrees, but witj,
some qualifications about
France. A former staff member of
the Commission of the European
Economic Community j
Brussels he is in firm agreement
with EEC practices and
ciples.
HE PAYS reverential homa*
toJean Monnet.architect of Euro.
pean integration based on the
concept of a Common Market He
emphasizes Monnet s French
extraction.
Von Staden does not sen-
timentalize. European in-
tegration is high on th.- platforr.
of all democratic parties in the
nine member nations he ob-
serves, adding that more than to
percent of Europe's .
for it.
\tter all." h.- explains.
integration and the Common
Market are in pvei
nomic interest Mut .
Europe is eight times v
befon : hi fon itioi I |
years
THIS STUNNING
success I ask I .

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Properly, Not Righteously, Indignant
Friday. February'24. 1978
Volume 51
17 ADAR 1-5738
Numbers
us, pn ;
indignant about President
u r's proposal to sell more
plan' : her arm- i<.
Arabia and Egypt. Proper!)
indignant, but not righteously.
and I am sorry tor that dif-
ference.
In his famous speech that won
for him the Democratic presi-
dential nomination in l*9fi.
William Jennings Bryan made
the point that when one wears the
armor of a righteous cause, one is
stronger than all the hosts of
error.
IF WE condemn Jimmy
Carter's reasoning in joining the
two Arab nations to the military
package planned for Israel, it is
with the indignation born of our
tear for the safety and future of
the Jewish State Our cause
would be a righteous one only if
we recognized, additionally, that
the escalation of arms 'in the
Middle East, as well as m tt i
of the world, should bring on this
administration the condemnation
it deserves for continuing to
engage in the arm- trade while it
mouths hypocritical pieties about
It- e\ li-
lt i- difficult to take a
righteous stance in a world.
including Israel, which finds it
better business to ignore Isaiah a
admonition to turn swords into
plowshares, for that would
probably result in greater farm
surpluses Selling arms is now a
substantial business for Israel,
and it matters not that the sales
are to Ethiopia, a nation also
being supplied by the Soviet
Unk>n. or to South Africa, or to
, South Africa and Chile, nations
| condemned by those concerned
with human rights. We follow the
cynical view expressed bv Ceorge
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Edward
Cohen
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Bernard Shaw's munitions maker
in Major Barbara.
"THE government of your
country! I am the government of
your country you will do w hat
pays us You will make war when
it suit- us. and keep peace when
it doesn't You will find that
trade requires certain measures
when we have decided on those
mea-ures When I want anything
to keep my di\ idenda up, you w ill
discover that my want is a
national need ,."
It will be interesting to watch
the Congress on this matter, tor
it do.- have veto powei over the
Stati Department's (Carter)
package that is described in 198 I
Orwellian terms as consistent
with peace objectivi -
H you recall that justly famous
prophetii \.....k bj George Orwell,
the dictatorial regime changed
the meaning ol word- -,, that
among others, what we knew ,,.
war" in 1984 was described as
peace "
FACT OF the matter, as the
Washington Post pointed out
last week The IS policy of
arming both sides in the Mideast
with increasingly lethal weapons
has Widened the potential area of
conflict by thousands of miles
In a resolution aimed at
stopping this, introduced in the
House of Representatives bv
l hi,.
Missoui
i k. the entin
vetoed
i me da> wei
Israelis, Egypt
Arabians killing ea< I othei
American w<
Congressman -.mi
not. ol course, be unusual, tin
latest example- being < ireek and
Turkey and India and Pakistan
Or. a- Shaw's protagonist tmta
it plain on behall ol our militan
industry-controlled governiM*
I will take an order immajtooC
man as cheerfulh as mm aim,
one .1 am not one ol those men
who keep their morals and their |
business in watertight com-
partments ."
During his now-infam
ulential campaign ol hyp
Jimmj tarter made it plain i*
the U.S. could not b. th<
leading champ
same time it was
leading SUpplil
AS MCE PRESIDI SI
ter Mondale sa I '
speech in thai
\merica was udtoflN
itseli the arsei
But recent \dmii
tried to turn us
arsenal Phis record ii I
arms sale- i- seal
been a practical failure a
moral failure."
lamwMingtobeapragnjJ
about Israel where once It**
righteous -land In an I
I he Jewish Historical btWW
England in 1914 Sir "
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for righteousness is Orwnw.'j
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Friday. February 24.1978
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W< ana and be recognised!'

Seminary Convocation Due
On Beach Wednesday
More than 1.000 leaders of
American .Jewry from through-
out the United States and Cana-
da will join with leading educa-
tors, lawyers and judges in pay-
ing tribute to one of Israels fore-
most statesmen Wednesday.
March 1 at the 19th annual con-
vocation of the Jewish Theolo-
gical Seminary of America.
Shimon Agranat. chief justice
of the State of Israel, retired, will
receive the degree of doctor of
pu.i shed, and are distributed to
schools, colleges, universities and
libraries.
Jay Phillips, a former national
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal and founder and chair-
man of the board of Mt. Sinai
Hospital in Minneapolis, has
maintained a residence in Bay
Harbor Islands for more than a
decade. He is vice president of
the University of Minnesota
Foundation, a Fellow of Macalas-
Miami
laws honoris causa, during the
convocation which begins at ,'i
p.m. at Temple Emanu-F.' of
Greater Miami.
OK. GERSON I). Cohen.
chancellor of the Seminary, will
[ confer the honorary degree on the
third chief justice of Israel, who
served in that nation's highest
judicial post from 1965 until his
retirement in late 1976. Agranat
was appointed to the Supreme
Court of the State of Israel in
1950, two yean after the found-
ing ot the country.
The honorary degree will be
conferred upon Justice Agranat
in recognition of your enormous
I contributions to the causes of
justice, law and human dignity
and because i>f your lifelong com-
mitment to the Jewish people.
The Convocation exercises also
will feature the induction of two
national community leaders.
Benjamin S. Hornstein of Palm
Beach and New York City, and
lay Phillips of Hal Harbour. Fla.
and Minneapolis, Minn, as Hono-
rary Fellows of the Seminary.
The convocation is free and
open to the general public pro-
vided tickets are secured in ad-
vance.
U.S. SEN. Howard M. Metz-
enbaum ID., Ohio! will receive
|ihe highly coveted Herbert H.
Lehman Ethics Medal of the Se-
minary during the convocation.
Many of the foremost academi-
cians and jurists of the United
latates and Canada will partici-
I Pate in the procession.
Vnother highlight of the con-
vocation will be the presentation
"""' 19th annual Samuel Fried-
lnd Lecture by Rabbi Mordecui
I axman. past national president
"'.the Rabbinical Assembly and
spiritual leader ot Temple Israel
lofGreal Neck.N.Y.
.. Rabbi Waxman will speak on
. l>ialofJudaiam: The Prin-
|c,Pies of Jewish Apologetics."
I ,MN" 'EL I Midland .chairman
"art of Temple Emanu-El
greater Miami and honorar
'^man of the Com..cation
, wr Committee, endowed the
ii i'" Pwpatuity I'eriod-
.;,m: the annual lectures, which
Riven sine* theconvo-
iLo'l ,wa.a '^iated m Miami
ter College in Minnesota, a Fel-
low and Trustee of Hrandeis Uni-
versity and established the Jay
Phillips (hair of Jewish Studies
at St. Johns University in Min-
nesota.
Hornstein. an active leader of
Shearith Israel Spanish Portu-
gese Synagogue ot New York
City and Temple Heth El in West
Palm Heath, received the 1968
National Community Service
Award of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America
He also is the recipient of the
Seminary's Kternal Light Medal
and has established two scholar-
ships in the Rabbinical School of
the Seminary.
SEN METZENBAUM serves
on the Senate Energy and Natur-
al Resources Committee and on
the Committee on Judiciary.
'The Herbert H. Lehman Ethics
Medal is presented from time to
time to individuals in public life
who exemplify and symbolize
the striving for morality, social
justice, peace and the brother-
hood of man that were the ethical
standards of the award's
namesake.''
Heach

Day School To
Hold Seminar
Heth David Congregations
Solomon Schechter Day School's
Early Childhood Development
Seminar at Heth David South to
be held Wednesday. F'eb. 22 from
8:46 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
'The guest speakers will be Dr.
Kasamma Nyberg. Intergroup
Relations specialist, continuing
her presentation on parent-child
communication and Dr. Richard
Toister, local child psychologist,
who will discuss child rearing and
sibling relationships.
CYNTHIA Freeman's book, A
World Full oj Stra .: rs. will be
reviewed by Rabbi Sol Landau.
spiritual li ader ol Beth David
; ion Luncheon will
follow
The seminar occurs during
Heth David's week-long Jewish
Fair. Feb. 21-26. For more
information contact Mrs. Werner
in ti.e Heth David School office.
Leaders to be Honored at Dinner
Five national community lead-
ers will be honored by the Jewish
'Theological Seminar) ol America
at its 19th annual Convocation
Dinner Wednesday evening al
the Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
wood
Those selected to receive the
National Community Service
Vward of thi
thn e men who make South Flo-
rida i heir hom<
iccording
H Rosenhaus ol M
Heach, chairman ol the dinner
commit tei
_ THE DINNFR. scheduled for
7 p.m., with a reception begin-
ning at 6, is open to the genera!
public Reservations and ad-
ditional information are available
from the Jewish Theological
Seminary office.
Awards will be conferred upon
Howard M. Kaskel. of Miami
Heach and Harrison, NY.:
Merrill Gordon, of Hallandale
and F'ranklin. Mich.; Irving
Botnick, of West Palm Heach and
Akron, Ohio; David Berg, of New
York City; and Joseph J. Abbell.
of Chicago.
THE JEWISH Theological
Seminary of America presents its
National Community Service
\ward on special occasions to a
limited number of select in-
dividuals in deserved recog-
nition ol their outstanding con
tributions to the Jewish weal
Tin recipients range widely in
' hi fii heir interests and in
' he scope ol their activities Their
common dei
dinner hail
Samuel Ki iedland said, is
il ion to Judaism.'
Founded in 1886, the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
is the academic, spiritual and
Cultural center lor the Con
mtv alive Movement in Judaism.
It train-- rabbis, cantors, teachers
and Jewish professionals; par-
ticipates in joint teaching
programs on both the under-
graduate and extension course
levels with several major insti-
tutions of higher education;
maintains and provides staffing
for several scholarly institutes,
both hear and abroad.
It is sponsor of many cultural
and public service programs,
including the Jewish Museum of
Men's Club Named For Award
Temple Sinai Men's Club has
been named recipient of the an-
nual programming award given
by the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods (NF'TB).
Jack Birnholz, president of the
Men's Club, will accept the spe-
cially designed plaque, presented
for programming excellence in
1976-77.
NFTB is the 70,000-member
national service organization of
the reform men's club movement
in the United States and Canada.
New York, the Eternal Light
television and radio series on the
NBC networks, and the Direc-
tions series on the ABC network.
Presentation ol I he awards will
be made by ChancellorGerson l>
Cohen who will be assisted by
Vice Chancellor Rabbi Stanley J
liter
18W&S3J
Food for Eskimos. Every
night, al least one cargo plane
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Israel s best customers are Es-
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love Israeli fruit, especially
watermelon
Coals to Newcastle. Israel
also flies nearly a million fresh
flowers a night to Europe in-
cluding tulips to Holland
A flowering country. Come
to this flourishing, flowering
young nation TWA has been
flying to Israel over a quarter of
a century and has all kinds of
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choose from For TWA s free
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FROM $92.50 A WEEK.
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The prices are
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From $92.50
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Columnists Biased to Lauderdale Reader
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I must admit that I am con-
fused by Mindlin and Cohen.
No matter what the subject.
Mindlin somewhere in his article
includes a criticism of former
President Nixon. My own
reading in various books, maga-
zines and newspapers leads me to
an entirely different conclusion.
1 refer you to Mrs. Golda
Meir's biography, where she
describes a visit she made to
Washington. There had just been
a most unfortunate incident that
might have cast something of a
cloud over her visit.
THE ISRAELI Air Force had
shot down a Libyan Boeing 727
that had strayed over the Sinai
Peninsula, and 106 people had
been lost. She writes that both
President Nixon and the House
Foreign Affairs Committee
.listened to her explanation of
what happened and why, and in
the 90 minutes that she spent
with the President, he again
assured Mrs. Meir warmly that
U.S. aid to Israel would continue.
Mrs. Meir also writes: "How-
ever history judges Richard
Nixon and it is probable that
the verdict will be very harsh
it must also be put on the record
forever that he did not break a
single one of the promises he
made to us."
She tells how, during the Yom
Kippur War, when the Israel
position was fraught with the
danger of being overrun, that she
was ready to go to Washington to
plead for the equipment that was
so badly needed.
SHE THEN goes on to say,
"At last Nixon himself ordered
the giant C5 Galaxies to be sent,
and the first flight arrived on the
ninth day of the war. When I
heard the planes had touched
down in Lydda, I cried for the
first time since the war had
l>egun."
The Kalb brothers, employed
by CBS, described the same
event in their book, Kissinger.
Then Defense Secretary James
Schlesinger and Dr. Kissinger
were arguing about sending
supplies to Israel. Kissinger
called Schlesinger and asked him
to organize civilian charters to
carry military aid to Israel as
quickly as possible. Schlesinger
showed no enthusiasm for the
pr iject. but said he was willing to
g< along. His going along meant
tl at he would send 16 planes to
I' rael no more. Finally,
Kissinger went to Nixon with the
problem.
When Nixon heard of the delay
in sending supplies to Israel, he
exploded. "To "hell with the
charters. Get the supplies there
with American planes. Get
moving. I want no further delays.
THERE is much more
evidence of how Nixon felt
towards Israel. The above is only
a small part of the story. Yet in
spite of it all, Mindlin thinks that
Nixon was anti-Semitic. Min-
dlin's ignorance and lack of
knowledge are something to
wonder at.
As far as Cohen and the ACLU
are concerned he. too, has not
done his homework. His opinion
as to how far a person or persons
may go in expressing themselves
is contrary to the American Jew-
ish Congress. In the New York
Times of Dec. 25, 1977. is a letter
from Richard Cohen, associate
executive director of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, New York
City.
It seems that channel 13. the
Public Broadcasting station in
New York, was about to televise
a program, Black Perspective
which Cohen describes as
viciously racist. There were many
protests among which was the
protest of the American Jewish
Congress. As a result, the
program was not shown.
RICHARD Cohen s letter to
the Times stated that television
stations are under no obligation
to give a microphone to every
group of citizens who happen to
hold strong opinions.
Your Mr. Cohen may be in-
terested to know that in New
York City a Menorah was placed
in Manhattan's Grand Army
Plaza. The ACLU complained to
the City. City Corporation
Counsel W. Richland dismissed
the complaint stating that he had
never had a more tiresome
communication.
HENRY JACOLOW
Fort Lauderdale
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UJE ARE HER
CHILDREN.
She had the same dream so many othei i n
ild girls had ;it that lime. To fall in love. To mai i ,
i'o have children of her own. \nd t> raise those
hildren in the same faith her parents had
raised her.
But ofcoui si thai was far l .1 dream.
Becausi she was a Jew.
In the 34 yeai i Frank i
dered. wehav< l d lime and tune again
[hal die Holocaust was ,m isolated nightni
i:i human histoi j Inevei en again.
That u is ii" different, no mon
..Jew now ihan n i- to he anything else.
^Then win wen- Mark Slavinand Davi
and y other Olympk \lhk-tes murdered at Munich
in 1972?
Then whj was it ne essai y for Israeli commandos in travel
2500 miles to rescue li>3 hostages, some "I ihem American Jews.
at Entebbe in I97H?
And wh\ were the German terrorists who seized the Lufthansa
plane in (X toberol H'77 so intent on finding out which ol its
ixissetigers were Jews'
Thai is why tl isnecessar) for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation losa\ lo ourselves and our friends and our enemies,
that what happened to \iine Frank and so mail) other innocent
Jews since Anne Frank, must nol happen again.
Today, while we hope and pra) that present event- may lead to
a lasting peace in tli>- Mideast and the reduction ol global anti-
Semitism, we must realize that the people of Israel and Jew-, all over
llie world need our help now a- much as ever.
And as Israel endures .nul is finalh recognized l>\ all nations as
the spiritual home of Jew e\ <-i \ w here, the world will become a bet
Ierplace lor all ol us.
I'lienone day. it may be perfectly safe lo be fifteen years old and
a Jew. In Israel. < >r Russia. < h an) w here else.
You and me. We are one.
SUPPORT THE GREATER All Ami
JEWISH FEDERATIONS 1978 **
COmBinEO JEWISH APPEAL*- "
ISRAEL EmERGEnCV FURD. **
4200 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida 33137. Phone 576-4000.
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Coronaries High Among Non-Religious
TEL AVIV Heart attacks are twice as
frequent among non-religious Jews as among
their religious Jewish brethren, reveals an epi-
demilogical study undertaken by Tel Aviv Uni-
versity's Prof. Henry N. Neufeld. head of the
Heart Institute of Sheba Medical Center, an affil-
iate of TAU, and Tel Aviv University's Prof. Jack
Medalie.
The five-year study of 10.000 male civil ser-
vants and municipality employees, aged 40 and
over, divided them into categories of non-
religious, traditional, and religious, by the
subjects' own evaluation.
DURING THE period of research, 5.8 percent
of the non-religious suffered heart attacks. ;t 7
percent of the traditional, and 2.9 percent of the
religious.
These findings held true irrespective of the
country or community of origin. The ratios for
European Jews were the same as those of Asian-
African Jews, despite the distinct differences in
life style and eating habits, which were thought to
afford Asian-African Jews special immunity to
heart disease.
A correlation was discovered between smoking
and the incidence of heart disease Some 23.6
percent of the non-religious smoked more than
one pack of cigarettes daily, whereas only 11.6
percent of the religious did.
IT SHOULD be noted that the religious do not
smoke on the Sabbath, which gives even religion*
smokers fewer total days of smoking.
The cholesterol level of non-religious Jews was
found to be higher, although family and financial
problems were greater among religious .leu s
The research study also revealed that the non
religious suffered more ulcers 10.4 percent
versus 7.6 percent l>ut slightly less diabetes
4 :i percent versus 6.3 percent.
ASSISTING Project Chief Epidemologisl
Prof. Medalie and Chiel Cardiologist Pro!
Neufeld were statisticians Dr. In Goldbourt <>t
the Heart Institute .uid Bar-Han University's Mr
Meir Snvder.
Want a Divorce?
High Price Hurts
Spanish Jews Ask Egypt's Envoy to Address Students
Continued from Page 1-A
assets, child custody, main-
tenance and pension, must now
be legally decided before a couple
can go to court. All this takes up
much more expensive lawyers'
time than before
BUT MANY divorce attorneys
are advising their men client* to
save their money for the time
being. The lawyers say they want
to wait ami see how the Federal
Constitutional Court will rule on
pans of the controversial new
divorce law
Four of the country's 900
family court judges, who handle
divorce cases, have gone to the
Constitutional Court with
questions over problems similar
to those facing the husband in
Hamburg.
Meanwhile, many separated
women wanting a divorce Irom
husbands unwilling to pay the
new price of such a move have
only to wait until the middle of
the year to win a more lucrative
freedom over their men's hi
If the couples have lived apart
for a year, the husbands will just
have to grin and pay up i
expected to make divorce figures
soar once a^ain.
A FRANKFURT dn
lawyer said: "Thousands of
women have been waiting
for the promised refom
become law. There is a pent-up
demand among them that will
burst open in the courts during
the second half of next y< ai
The future thus looks
blacker for men with wives who
have divorce in mind
man already takes no accoui I
alimony when assessing
husband's income tax
An invitation has been issued
to the Egyptian ambassador to
Spain. Mahmud Abad El Ftafad,
to lecture to Jewish studenis on
recent Middle Fast deve-
lopments.
Leaders of the Madrid Jewish
community were encouraged to
ask the diplomat by the Sephar-
die Chief Rabbi, Ovadia Yosef,
who has just paid a visit to
Spain, in the light of the current
relaxation of atmosphere between
the two countries
IF THE invitation is accepted.
he will speak at the newly opened
Institute for Young Jewish Lea-
dership in Madrid.
The institute, one of nine such
centers in the Diaspora, was es-
tablished by Dor Hcmshech. the
Young Leadership section of the
World Zionist Organization, and
opened just over a month ago by
Eliezer Sheffer. international di-
rector of Dor Hemshech.
Wolf son-Spinoza to Hear Monica burnell
Dr. Abraham
It is hoped that this change
will shortl) extend to the estab-
lishment ol diplomatic relations Dr. Abraham Wolfson- 'jeach. Arnold Kleini
between Israel and Spam, espe- Spinoza, lor Enlightenment, chairman,
dally now that Arab opposition meets every Thursday at 111 am (iuest speaker will be V
to such link's may not be so deter- at Washington federal Hank. Durnell, who will speak on I
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New York Retirees
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Retirees of New York District
65 will hold a regular membership
meeting and elections. Tuesday,
Feb. 28 at 12:30 p.m. at
American Savings and Loan
Association Auditorium, 1200
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef
Having visited the center, the
Chief Rabbi went on to open the
first Jewish school to be estab-
lished in Spain since the ex-
pulsion of the Jews in 1492.
HIS VISIT, the opening of the
new educational establishments
and other favorable develop-
ments, are all healthy signs that
the new Spanish government is
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We proudly welcome to Miami
The distinguished Israeli Diplomat
His Excellency
ELIAHU BEN-ELISSAR
Director-General of the Prime Minister's Office of Menachem Begin
at the
1978 Israel Bonds Inaugural Dinner
honoring the members of the Prime Minister's Club,
Society of Trustees and Anniversary Guardians and Sponsors of Israel
Thursday, March 2, 1978 at 6:30 P.M.
Konover Hotel
$15.00 per person
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Federation
To Honor
Broad
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Center, St. Francis Hospital and
Barry College.
Also due at the function is
renowned Jewish humorist
Myron Cohen.
EIZENSTAT, born in Chi-
cago, was educated at the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and
Harvard Law School. He has
been involved in public life since
the early 1960s, serving on the
staff of Congressman C. Elliot
Hagen, Postmaster Genera] John
Gronouski, and with the Young
Democrats of America.
In 1967, he joined President
Lyndon Johnson's White House
staff, and later served as research
director for the Presidential cam-
paign of the late Hubert
Humphrey.
After practicing law in Atlanta
in the 1970s, he joined the
political campaigns of Jimmy
Carter. Andrew Young and May-
nard Jackson.
HE ALSO worked closely on
issues and policy formulation for
the Democratic National Com-
mittee and within the Democratic
Party of Georgia before being
appointed assistant to President
Anti-Semitic Material in Albany
SHEPARD BROAD
GEORC.F BERGMANN
Carter for Domestic Affairs and
Policy.
In charge of additional in-
formation for the Feb. 26 event is
Ira Mogitz at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Meeting recently on Miami Beach to plan a March luncheon on
behalf of the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund were leaders of the Chaim Weizman Branch Farband. in-
cluding /seated, left to right) Honorary Co-Chairman Isidore
Hammer; Chairman Moe Levin; Honorary Co-Chairman Hy-
man Berland; and (standing, left to right) Co-Chairmen Samuel
C. Freed and Isidore Mishelov.
By ROCHELLE WOLK
ALBANY, N.Y. (JTA) -
Anti-Semitic material of several
varieties is being distributed in
the Albany area, and postal offi-
cials and police have been unable
to trace their origin.
In the village of Westerlo, a ru-
ral area outside of Albany, neo-
Nazi newspapers were placed in
mailboxes. Bearing a return ad-
dress of Lincoln, Neb., these
handouts appear to be written by
the same American neo-Nazi
group that is printing anti-Semi-
No Wild Hope
Held for Shuttle
Continued from Page 1-A
peace talks depends on finding a
formula for the basic elements of
a settlement acceptable to both
sides.
OUTSTANDING issues on
which Israel and Egypt remain
far apart are Palestinian self-de-
termination and the future of the
West Bank.
Observers here see no signs
that a shift by either side is im-
minent. Nor is it certain, by any
means, that King Hussein of Jor-
dan would join in the peace pro-
cess even if Israel and Egypt
agreed on a set of principles
Atherton will go to Amman next
week to sound out Hussein on
that crucial question.
According to Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan. Jordan's absence
from the negotiations is the "fun-
damental obstacle'' to their pro-
gress.
President Carters formula,
enunciated at his Aswan meeting
with President Anwar Sadat ol
Egypt last month, is the frame-
work in which Atherton will be
working during the next leu
weeks.
ISRAEL AGREES to the Pa-
lestinians' "right to participate in
the determination of their own
future." The wording, as Israel
sees it, does not give them the
exclusive right, and Israel, in any
event, is committed by Prime
Minister Menachem Begins
peace plan to give the Palestini-
ans "self-rule"
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ALBANY POSTAL officials
have forwarded copies of the li-
terature to inspectors in New
York City, because they were
placed in mailboxes rather than
mailed. Those who made the un-
authorized deliveries, if caught,
could be charged with failing to
purchase postage.
In Albany, the state capital,
residents of an area that has a
large Jewish population have
found yellow pieces of paper on
their car windshields. Printed in
capital letters by a crude press,
the message on the leaflets
states: "Jews beware. Look you
scorners. Wonder and die. Acts
13:41."
Last Tuesday, a similar leaflet
was found on the bulletin board
of Temple Israel, the city's larg-
est Conservative congregation.
In a new twist, this particular
piece was signed "Vilis Hazners"
in ink. Hazners is an alleged Nazi
war criminal facing an Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Services
hearing in Albany.
RABBI PAUL B. Silton, edu-
cation director of Temple Israel,
has been leading community ef-
forts to see that Hazners is de-
ported. The rabbi received a
threatening phone call several
weeks ago and was told by a man
with a thick European accent, "If
you people don't stop stirring up
trouble, the same thing will hap-
pen to you here that happened in
the old country."
Dr. Steven Windmueller.
executive director of the Albany
Jewish Community Council, said
the leaflets began turning up
about a week ago.
"Whoever is responsible seems
to work erratically, as this is the
first time since last fall that the
literature has resurfaced." Wind-
mueller added that last week he
received an unsigned letter in his
office that said: "Jews the
scourge of the earth."
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II Text of Cabinet
tfion of Vance Stand
lEM (-IT AI -
Ih.' lull text of the
kunu'iU read to
jv Prime Minister
lepn:
Irnment of Israel
regret and protest
Brnent made by Sec-
Itr Cj ru-- Vance at a
I Feb. 10. The
(, With respect
[ menu we have
believe that all of
bi'tn- arr contrary to
law and that there
luld not exist.
JINKT registers the
latter part of this
in complete contra-
Iniarks made by the
II he I nited States to
inister on Dec. 16
Iwiiif: the Prime Min-
Lent at ion to the
the
Israelis' peace
ting this plan to the
the Prime Minister
[specific reference to
BUS existence of the
within a United
Ine and an Israel
it indent for their
During the course of
in the White House
pas no reservation
oade with regard to
re. hut the plan as a
received with a
Ition.
eminent of Israel
view that the Israeli
J program is in full
th international law
Tias always been legal,
[and essential. The
|ea holds a different
However, no com-
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munication was transmitted to
us even during the seven weeks
after having forwarded, on Dec
27. the full text of the peace plan
in writing to the government of
the I'nited States, that the
settlements should not exist.
IMMEDIATELY after having
made this part of his statement
the Secretary added that: This
however is a problem that has to
lx- resolved by the parties They
are going to have to negotiate it
themseh es
We face here an obvious
contradiction in terms between
taking sides by a mediator and
his advice to conduct
negotiations With regard to the
area- of Kretz Israel. Judaea and
Samaria, the Secretary of Stale
announced that there should be a
homeland for the Palestinians
and that it should be linked to
Jordan.
WHATEVER the theoretical
assumptions and interpretations,
there is absolutely no doubt
whatsoever that this plan would
lead, in reality and unavoidably,
to the establishment of a Pales
tinian state ruled by the terrorist
organizations as the front-line
spearhead of a potential military
alignment of Jordan, Syria.
Saudi Arabia and Iraq
ALREADY today this align-
ment has at its disposal nearly
(i.tMHI tanks, over l.KX) fighter
aircraft, and more than 4.200
heavy guns. Israel, under such
conditions, would find itself nine
miles from the sea and a situation
would thus be created of mortal
danger to its very existence. No
political goal, whatever it be. can
move Israel to place almost all its
civilian population within the
range of an enemy's fire and
endanger the very existence of a
Jewish State.
We wish to point out that it
was only after the Israel peace
plan, in both its parts, obtained
the moral support of the I'nited
States that the government
decided to send its delegation,
composed of the Prime Minister.
the Foreign Minister and the
Defense Minister to Ismailia in
order to bring the plan to the
knowledg" of the government of
Egypt.
The Cabinet expresses its hope
that the government of the
United States will reconsider its
position in the light of the
ix.sitive talks held between the
President and the Prime Minister
in Dececember. 19". in con-
nection with the Israeli peace
plan. _______________
Klutznick Denies Israel Radio Report
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON IJTAI -
Philip Klutznick. president of the
World Jewish Congress, has
strongly rejected a report on
Israel Radio that he had advised
the Carter Administration to
persuade Israel to be more
flexible in the Middle Kast nego-
tiating process.
In a telephone interview from
Chicago with the Jewish Tele-
jrraphic Agency. Klutznick also
denied that he had attended a
private dinner with President
Carter and other American Jew-
ish leaders at the White House or
a meeting with President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt and prominent
American Jews at Hlair House in
his capacity as president of the
WJC.
HE SAID he was invited and
came as an individual like all the
others, and that included his
private conversation with Sadat
that preceded the general
meeting.
Klutznick. a former U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations
who has served several national
Jewish organizations in leader-
ship capacities, was responding
to an Israel Radio report broad-
cast last week which claimed that
he had suggested thai Carter
show Sadat that the U.S. could
influence Israel in order to
preserve U.S. eredibilitv
The original report and a firm
denial by Klutznick were carried
by Israel Radio and television
over the weekend.
KLUTZNICK told the .ITA:
I am not privileged to know who
the rumor-mongers are. and I
normally would not comment
about the rumors. Hut the charge
i- so grave, not only dis-
courteous, that I deny not only
the paraphrasing but the impli-
cations of what is alleged to have
been said.''
Klutznick said he has heard
this rumor now from a number of
sources. Each time it i> different
I hope soon to hear it from the
[x'ople who are spreading it. In
my judgement, I have never said
anywhere, publicly or privately.
that the U.S. should lean on
Israel.
On the other hand.'' Klutz-
nick observed, "if the U.S. is to
I*' a middleman, it does not take
a genius to understand that 't
must have credibility with both
sides to the controversy. That is
a far reach from suggesting that
the US. should lean on Israel."
"HE RECALLED that when
former Undersecretary of State
George Hall made such a
proposal "last April in Foreign
Policy magazine. I wrote a
complete rejection of that view-
point" which appeared in the
next issue of the magazine.
That's the record and that's
what I stand on." Klutznick said.
He pointed out that in the
course of a three-hour meeting
such as that at the White House,
there can be any kind of mis-
interpretation." He said "I made
notes" about the dinner. "I con-
sulted them this morning. I saw
nothing in them that closely
resembles this rumor. They are
m\ own notes and naturally, they
are self-serving." he added.
HOWEVER. Klutznick related
that David Blumberg, president
of B'nai B'rith. who also attended
the dinner, had telephoned him
after the Israel radio report. He
quoted Blumberg as saying.
"Was I asleep? I didn't hear any
such thing." Asked by JTA
whether he had said this,
Hlumberg responded: "Yes. I did
not interpret his (Klutznick)
remarks to bring that con-
clusion.'"
With regard to the Israel Radio
report's claim that others at the
White House dinner had differed
with him. Klutznick said: "There
were differences between us, but
I am not about to say what those
viewpoints were or who was right
and who was wrong in my
opinion. None of the differences
were substantive. Actually, one
could say the differences were
more in the form of nuances and
in procedure rather than sub-
stance."
KLUTZNICK noted. This
was a dinner with the President
and there is a certain respect one
must observe." He said he did
not know who might have said
something that gave rise to his
rumored remarks.
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Church Angered by New Law in Israel
By GIL SEDAN-
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Council of Christian
Churches in Israel has pro-
tested vigorously against a
recently enacted law im-
the Christian community
They also charged that
its aim was to create "a
feeling of hate and sus-
picion against the Christian
church."
WORLD OF RELIGION
posing prison terms and
fines tor certain types of
missionary activity. A
delegation representing the
churches met recently/
with Yisrael Lippel.
director general of the Min-
istry of Religious Affairs,
to protest that the law was
written without consulting
THE LAW
for anyone at-
tempting to persuade ar.
; rson to convert to his religion
in return for material benefu
A person who converts for
material benefit is subject to
three years imprisonment or an
IL30.000 fine. The law itself does
not mention missionaries, nor
does it contain the word
"Christie
But the explanatory para-
graphs attached to the bill
-d in thi
warn against
nee of miss
take
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The church
told Lippel they were determined
to have the law
abolished. Lippel said they
should understand Israel's sen-
sitivity to missionary activity.
especially after the Holocaust.
He conceded, however, that the
Christian community should
have been consulted before the
law was adopted.
THE BILL nally
submitted to the Knesset in
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Robert J. McCloskey. the U.S.
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said in an interview published
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policy in the Middle East are
determined to a large extent by
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* Jen rt fkridtictr,
Page 13-A
>rmany's Envoy: The New European
l,inuedfromPage4A
Lling to rely on ultimate
Lean military deterrent
Utof Are there no move-
P in Germany today dedi-
to reviving the old
alisms. the old military
i
i REVIVE the old hos-
ts the old aggressions would
fcthinkable." he says, 'when
[consider the horrors they
|rise to in the past.'
,t of the possibility of a
Kt drive westward? Would
[strengthen such movements
ere may be?
termany and the other
ft) countries have been
ling to upgrade their
Isive capabilities within the
Ixt of the Alliance." Von
In concedes, but one senses
thi- ha- largely been symbo-
1 demonstrate a more eqult-
[partnership in the Alliance
(the I nited States
|)LITELY. he does not say
the upgrading primarily
ves the shouldering of a
|er share ol the cost <>f main-
ly \ \T<> than Europe did
past and that it has taken
at the insistence of the
led States whii h these da) t
ns nt a growing eco-
|i m ariness in the slipping
nizingly un-
fa balance ol trade
|en nothing has really
[. (ar a- the ultimate
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To revive the old hos-
lilit its, the old aggres-
sioi s would l"' un think-
aid, ... when you consider
the horrors thev gave rise
to in the /nisi
distinction between intentions
and capabilities," Von Staden
declares I do not insinuate that
the Soviets have an) such in-
tentions Hut I can'I help seeing
their continuous military buildup
in Eastern Kurope.
lines one conclude then. Mr.
Ambassador, that they have the
cababilily?
"WE SHOULD not speculeU
The alternatives are thes< to
reinforce our ovt n defenses and to
puisne 11 ns toward
effect ivi arms control W
both I In -
The possibility ol i '-
drive westward I saj. -
question of East Uermany. What
is the German view these days on
reunification?
"I am sure we will never give
up hope, and we will continue to
claim our right to self-determ-
ination, which is recognized
under the charter of the United
Nations."
DOES THE passing of years
and the Communist indoc-
trination in East Germany dim
the hope for reunification?
Inevitably, does East Germany
cease to share the hope for
unification in favor of a role as a
Marxist satellite within the
Soviet constellation?
Indoctrination on the whole
does not help," Von Staden
replies. "People do not change
their basic convictions. But no, in
answer to your question, we will
probably not be able to create a
new Germany. The reason is
simple: To talk about the par-
tition of Germany is to talk about
the partition of Europe itself
In'tween two systems of govern-
ment democratic and
socialist
The Ambassador's implication
is clear: How realistic- is the pos-
sibility ol a democratic reuni-
fication ol Eastern and Western
Europe today?
INEVITABLY, our conversa-
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many. Israel Nazism and the
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Jen idh fkridiar
Friday, February 24
VIEW FROM ABROAD
Arms to Mideast Has $4.8 Billion
Price Tag for Arabs, Israel
From Combined Jewish
Telegraphic Agency Services
Astronomic Cost
Senior U.S. officials said this
week that the cost of the aircraft
earmarked for Israel. Egypt and
Saudi Arabia announced by Sec-
retary of State Cyrus Vance will
be $4.8 billion. The price tag on
the 15 F-15 planes for Israel is
$400 million, and the 75 F-16
fighters was put at $1.5 billion.
The 60 F-15s for Saudi Arabia
will cost $2.5 billion, and the 50
F-5s for Egypt $400 million. The
officials explained the higher cost
for F-15s for Saudi Arabia be-
cause the Saudis are getting the
planes for the first time, and the
cost basis is thus higher.
The officials said that Egypt
will get 10 of its fighters in the
third quarter of this year, Saudi
Arabia and Israel will receive
their F-15s in the third quarter of
1981. and Israel will receive the
F16s in the last quarter of 1981.
The Israelis now have about
half of the 25 F-15s they had pre-
viously ordered and will have re-
ceived all 25 by the end of this
year.
The officials explained that
Egypt requires the warplanes be-
cause Libya has Soviet MIG-23s,
and Egypt cannot get spare parts
from the Soviet Union for the So-
viet aircraft it now has.
Vance Siaiernent
The decision to sell the aircraft
to the three countries was an-
nounced by Secretary of State
Vance in a press statement in
which he also explained the ra-
tionale behind the proposed sales
to each of the countries.
He said the Administration
will begin the "official process of
informing and consulting with
the Congress" next week, but the
"formal notifications will not be
submitted until after the Easter
recess" next month in order to
give Congress an opportunity to
review fully the proposed sales."
Congress has veto power over the
transfer of U.S. weapons abroad.
Vance pointed out in his press
statement that the sale to Israel
of the sophisticated, twin-engine
F-15s. rated as the world's best
plane of its kind, is in addition to
25 F-15s previously sold to Israel.
The sales to the three countries
"will be consistent with the Pres-
ident's global arms transfer poli-
cy and will be within the dollar
value ceiling that he has estab
lished," Vance said.
"All of these sales are directly
supportive of our overall objec-
tives in the Middle East." he ad-
ded. He said the aircraft will help
Israel. Egypt and Saudi Arabia
"to meet their legitimate security
requirements, will not alter the
basic military balance in the re-
gion and will be consistent with
the overriding objective of a just
and lasting peace," Vance said
Cartel's Weary
Meanwhile. President Carter
has explained his belief that an
Israeli agreement to a statement
of principles that he has outlined
is essential before Egypt will sign
a "separate agreement" with Is-
rael and King Hussein of Jordan
will enter negotiations for a set-
tlement.
While saying that "we have
some hopes now that we will be
successful" towards agreement in
the Egyptian-Israeli negotia-
tions. Carter indicated weariness
in being the intermediary be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
"It is a very discouraging and
frustrating thing to be the inter-
mediary or the messenger boy
between a group of leaders in the
Middle East who wont even
speak to each other. And when
you carry a message from one to
the other, the one who receives it
doesn't like it and blames the ad-
verse message partially on the
messenger.
"Then when the reply gets
back there is always an allegation
that the United States didn't do
its best to get a favorable answer
So it has been a very constructive
thing just to get that negotiation
(between Cairo and Jerusalemi
begun."
predicted that Israel and Egypt
will eventually reach an accord
despite the wide differences be-
tween them, but it will be an in-
terim agreement rather than an
overall settlement. Peres made
his remarks to the international
convention of the Labor Zionist
movement attended by 199 dele-
gates representing Israel and 18
other countries.
He did not refer to his two-hour
meeting with President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt in Salzburg. Aus-
tria over the previous weekend.
However. Peres warned that
there was no chance to achieve
peace without interim agree-
ments. He said the policy adopt-
ed by the former Labor-led gov-
ernment which resulted in the
two interim agreements with
Egypt in Sinai was still valid to-
dav. This is so. according to Per-
es, because the problems between especially heavy burden bccuJ
Israel and Egypt are not bilateral it rnust negotiate with IsraeljJ
but of a general Arab nature. at the same time face the \iA
rejectionist front which refusaJ
He said Egypt was under an negotiate with I srael
French Mirage jet over Sorth Africa.
French Role in Helping Keep
Communism At Bay in Africa
Interim Accord
In Jerusalem. Shimon Peres,
leader of the Labor Alignment.

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of several weak but strategically
important African states against
Communist-inspired aggression
ranked high on the list of topics
at the recent meeting in Paris be-
tween U.S. President Jimmy
Carter and his French counter-
part. Valery (iiscardd Estaing
Only two days before Carter's
arrival, Oiscard had taken the
somewhat unusual step of public-
ly criticizing U.S. lack of under-
standing of African events' and
its reluctance to counteract the
political instability in certain
vital areas of the continent
THE FRENCH leader can
claim to have combated the
Kremlin's recent political machi-
nations in Africa almost single-
handed while his Western allies,
notably the U.S. and Britain,
gave him little help.
I.ast June, the bold and urgent
use of French Air Force transport
planes in Zaire s Shaba province
almost certainly saved the Gov-
ernment of pro-Western Pres-
ident Mobutu Sese Seko from a
takeover. French Air Force
transports have also been ferry-
ing troops of the Chad govern-
ment to northern parts of the
country where President Felix
Malloum is facing a Libyan inva-
sion force as well as a Libyan-
backed insurrection by rebels of
the Frolinat movement.
On the embattled Horn of Afri- '
ca, some 5.000 French troops
have remained in Djibouti, pro-
viding the recently independent
Arab republic with a limited
though highly necessary defense
capacity.
BUT THE most controversial
involvement is northwestern Af-
rica, where French transport and
reconaissance aircraft and Jaguar
jet fighters have gone to the aid
of Mauritania, whose veteran
leader, President Moktar Ould
Daddah, is hard-pressed by the
Polisario Front, the Algerian-
backed and Russian-equipped
guerilla movement fighting for
the independence of the mineral-
rich former Spanish Sahara
The French aircraft are sta-
tioned at Dakar, the capital of
Senegal, whose staunchly pro-
Western President Leopold
Senghor has already survived at
least two attempted coups d'etat
Jaguar fighters have recently
country by it~ mure poll
northern neighbor
THERE ARK increasi
port* nt Maurilanians join .
I'olisario mo* emenl nut nl' *
tailing under Montreal
linn Mauritania's I oreiyi
isler, llamili < Mild Mnuknav
gone i m record il h u -
that his country ;s &
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gone into action against Polisario
columns, decimating at least two
of them after attacks on the rail-
way line between Mauritania's
northern mining center of Zouer-
ate and the coast.
Hrequet reconnaissance air-
craft are now overflying Mauri-
tania regularly, ostensibly to
protect French nationals working
in Mauritania against Polisario
attacks.
THE FRONTS recent propa
ganda scoop, the hand-over of
eight kidnapped French hostages
to UN Secretary General I)r
Kurt Waldheim. was short-lived
as reports came in that another
60-vehicle column of Polisario
guerillas had fallen victim to
F'rench air attacks.
But France is not the only
country involved in Mauritania's
bitter war against the rebels. Mo-
rocco recently sent yet another
battalion of 600 men to the cop-
per mining town of Akjoujt. some
150 kilometers north of the cap-
ital Nouakchott, thus bringing
its total troop strength on Mauri-
tanian territory to 6.000.
Yet despite military necessity,
there is growing unease among
Mauritanians that the deploy-
ment of additional Moroccan
troops on their soil might lead to
an eventual takeover of their
n>- military dependence
rocco and France because
continued polio of agre*
by Algeria and its merccnari*
The Moroccan govemmrt
plaved down the Polisario ric*
threat. Officials in Kabat suuj
that recent losses inflktcdeaf
Front had greatly reduced I
strike capability It was not*
likely that Algeria would
end its support for !
movement.
The Moroccans speak ft*'
position of strength ,h,'>'h^
well-equipped army of
60.000 men and a modern
force which has recentlj ren
another 50 Mirage jets n-i
France.
BUT THE threat of the Pol*
rio Front over Mauritania as
as the Western Sahara rern^
stronger than the fear of a -
roccan takeover of N,aum\l
Only a few weeks away from c
cial presidential election*,
card will do his utmost to JJ
relations between the two
African states as amiable as r
sible. ^
His support of Franceslno
in Africa is popular with'
French electorate but as hen**
clear to his U.S. guests a gr* ,
U.S. involvement on the sic
Africa's still numerous pro-*"
em governments is long overo*
,
/.-


Februaiy 24,1978
Explain Missiles
"o Syria, Israel Asks
* Mnitti IbrMicir
Page 15-A
M)NN vernment, via its Bonn
hbassy. has asked the West
Uan Foreign Ministry to
Llain a $240 million sale of anti-
missiles to Syria by a
[rman-French consortium,
omissile.
Meanwhile. Bonn Foreign
nistry spokesman Juergen
Bdhoff has said Bonn has "no
mpathy" for attacks on it by
, Israeli press as a result of the
I since it concerns "a
pteral. Syrian-French trans-
lion.''
VNOTHFR statement, issued
11he Economics Ministry, said
I ban on C.erman weapons sales
Bonn's reaction to Israeli cri-
ticism showed "a cold-hearted-
ness which causes one to freeze,"
Welt said.
NOTING Israeli annoyance at
Chancellor Schmidt's "near-total
acceptance of Egypt's" claims
that the Palestinians' "legitimate
rights" be recognized, and Israel
withdraw from "all occupied ter-
ritories," Welt said Bonn's
Mideast policy "endangers the
hundred-year task of German-
Jewish reconciliation."
The daily financial newspaper.
Handelsblatt. said the fact that
German weapons could turn up in
crisis areas was a "disaster."
which was preprogrammed with
IN GERMANY
- areas did not mean that
m Mich arms wore supplied to
,r NATO countries Bonn
Id expect its partners not to
ill the items.
Rich a ban on resales would
- sales to a halt, and
German arms industry could
it as well closedown.
Braeli newspapers had criti-
d Bonn tor not raising any
lection to the sale, thereby
jpting an "anti-Israel
nun- They also said the sale
lated Bonn- stated policy oi
nt: weapons to crisis
bs
I0WEVER, Suedhofl said
il possibility"
lo stop t hi' anus
[very (iei ran press i omment
been critical oi
I the liberal weekly,
B' scolded Israel for directing
H soli ly at Bonn
I han at 1 ranee, the
amative daily. Welt, said the
Insaction has reopened old
lunii- The fact that the very
intry in whose name Ausch-
/ occurred is allowing arms to
delivered to an Aral) state
ui'h wishes to use them to
Itroy Israel is totally unbear-
le for Jerusalem "
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rights' be recognized and
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the decision to enter an arms-
manufacturing venture with
France
It said the "next mishaps"
alreadj emerging, since the
French state-owned Aerospatiale
(which own- Furomissile jointly
with Germany's NJessi rsi
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the fact that Syria's armory was
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Soviet supplied.
"In view of these various
interests, is it not reasonable to
suppose that Syria might supply
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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 Jewish National Fund Marches On
100 Lincoln Road Contributesa Princess
Mr. Sam Pascoe and Mr. Moe Reiffen, Co-Chairmen of JNF for 100 Lincoln Road Complex, have
announced that Mrs. Moe (Sadie) Reiffen has been selected as Princess and Lady in Waiting for the
forthcoming Jewish National Fund Purim Ball to be held on Sunday, March 26th at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Mrs. Reiffen has been singled out and given this tribute and honor as a token of appreciation for her
many years of service to the Jewish National Fund in general, and especially at the 100 Lincoln Road
Complex, said both Dr. Irving Lehrman, Chairman JNF Foundation, and Mr. Abraham Grunhut.
President JNF Greater Miami.
Left to right, Mr. Abraham Grunhut,
/'resident JNF Greater Miami. Mrs. Sam
Pascoe, Mr, Sam Pascoe, Co-Chairman [or
JNF at KM) Lincoln Road. Dr. Samuel I.
Cohen. Exec. Vice President JNF of
America. Mrs. Moe /Sadie) Reiffen. Mr Mm
Reiffen, Co-Chairman JNF for 100 Lincoln
Road.
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\Ir ieorge Kotin. Chairman JNF at Forte Towers, praised the selection of Mimi Chandeze as Prin-
cess tor i he forthcoming JNF Purim Hall. "This completes the incoming reigning court. Mrs. Chandeze
has shown unmatched dedication to Jewish National Fund, and has served the cause of the redemption
of the Land of Israel with great zeal," said Mr. Abraham Grunhut. President JNF Greater Miami, and
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Chairman. JNF Foundation. This honor is well-deserved by such a fine person."
they concluded.
The incoming Queen ol this
event will be Mrs. Kmanuel
1 lusl Mentz, Chairperson for
Women for JNF. Mrs Mentz
has distinguished hersell as an
outstanding leader and devoted
.>:k. r JN F.
The i cm promises in be a
I" aul it HI gala evening.
Mr. Meyei Pesin, immediati
past president ol JNF oi
America will be the guesl
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l.eft to Right: Mr Gi
Toners. Mr. Irving Greeni
Kotin. Chairman JNF at Forte
Forte Towers Honoree, Minn
Chandeze, Honoree and incoming Purim Ball Prina -. Zev W.
Kogan, I'res. JNF Southern Region, Cantor Saul I! B
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Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz,
Honorees At Forte Towers Dinner
"Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz.'' honorees at the recent Forte
Towers Dinner, are truly 'Golden Hearted' Jews.'' said Mr
Abraham (irunhut, President JNF Greater Miami. They have
exemplified the kindliness of generosity and Jewish tradition."
We never give our own.'' said Israel and Rose Schwartz, for
G-d always returns it to us
What a beautiful way to give. What a beautiful way to live.
What a beautiful way to be. and to exist.'' said Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. Chairman JNF Foundation. The JNF is proud of them and
salutes them.''
JNF Kneseth Israel Annual Traditional Dinner Great Success.
"It is a great pleasure to present this plaque honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reiser." said Rabbi
David Lehrfield. "They have exemplified through Judaism an exemplary life, and we are proud to have
them as honorees for Kneseth Israel this year."
"We are keeping our tradition of Synagogue and Soil redemption," said Mr. Maurice Kusnitz, Presi-
dent of Kneseth Israel. "We know from our teachings that the holiest of all functions in Jewish life is
the Redemption of the Land of Israel,' and what better partnership can there be between an Orthodox
Synagogue, and Israel, than to redeem the Land of Israel? Therefore the Jewish National Fund plays a
foremost role in our traditional yearly fund raising activities." continued Mr. Kusnitz.
Kneseth Israel Congregation
was praised by the JNF leader-
ship in Greater Miami for its
dedicated and magnificent
support of the JNF. "We are
proud of Kneseth Israel." con-
cluded Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Chairman of JNF Foundation,
and Mr. Abraham Grunhut.
President JNF Greater Miami,
for their help and support have
been a major contribution to the
strengthening of the JNF" in
Greater Miami."
From Left to Right: Mr. Jack Horwitz. Chairman Board of
Directors Kneseth Israel Congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Reiser, Honorees, Rabbi David Lehrfield, Mr. Maurice Kusnitz,
President Kneseth Israel Congregation.
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Civic League Of Miami Bernard Kalb To
\each Installs Barry Siegel
. civic League of Miami
Lh founded in 1935 and one
Ikp" citv's oldest civic assoc-
fc/will install its 43rd slate
Kfcers on Saturday. Feb. 25
Ee Deauville Hotel on Miami
El
lhe Civic League of Miami
l"h founded in 1935 and one
the city's oldest civic
stations, will install its 43rd
. of officers on Saturday. Feb.
fat the Deauville Hotel on
Lnu Beach.
Lrrv D. Siegel. vice president
American Savings and Loan
lociation of Florida and a
ident of Sunset Island Three.
i be installed as president by
mi Beach Mayor Dr.
Lard Haber. William
bckett. of the law firm of
Lr Weiss. Rose. Arkin.
Cnpard and Shockett will
eive the Outstanding Civic
Ljpr Award' for his con-
Ltions to the city's tourism
lustrv through his work in the
k,mi Beach Chamber of Com-
Irc Janet Keno. Dade County
lie Attorney, will make the
ncipal speech of the evening.
OTHER honorees include
hence Kmmer and Kmanuel
InU. jointly selected as Out-
tiding Civic Leaguers of the
lr A special memorial
bute will Ik- held for the late
nani Sirkin. a worker in the
League
Ikher officers to be installed
[hide. Joe \evel. Dr. U-nnard
IhtT and Samuel I'earlman as
le presidents. Leon Firtel as
lretary; and Sol Both.
surer
Conclude Series
Bernard Kalb. foreign corre-
spondent and commentator for
CBS-TV and radio and co-author
of the best-seller. Kissinger, will
speak at Temple Kmanu-El of
Greater Miami. Miami Beach.
Thursday night. March 9 in the
concluding event of the congre-
gation's Thursday Night Forum
Series.
Kalb returned recently from
both Jerusalem and Cairo, where
he covered the opening round of
negotiations between Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat and Is-
raeli Prime Minister Menachem
Begin. He joined CBS in 1962
and also served as a foreign cor-
respondent for The New York
Times.
Marshall S. Harris
William S. Ruben
Barry D. Siegel
The Board of Directors in-
clude: John Berger. Austin
Burke. Bill Copelan. Marian
Copelan. Steve Cypen and Dave
Emitter;
FLORENCE Kmmer. Murray
(iold. Barton Goldberg. leo
Hack. Moe Horowitz and Lou
Jacobson;
Murray Klein. Peter Lihasci.
George Mildwoff. Harry Milsen.
Al Nason and Mel Richardson:
Bill Schusel, Cecil Segor.
Stanley Shapiro. Milton Sirkin.
Albert Skolniik. Davis Station.
Al Stone. Larry Taylor. Herbert
Kernel and Leonard /albert.
FOR further information
contact Dave Kmmer, chairman
of the event.
New Leaders Elected At
United Way Annual Meeting
'almudic College to Present Award
To Congressman Claude Pepper
Congressman Claude Pepper
II receive the coveted llumani-
rian \ward from the Talmudic
ege of Klorida at the fourth
nual founders Dinner to be
at lhe Saxony Hotel. Sun-
y. I'el) 26 at > p.m., announced
>i I Bursty n. executive di-
Briorni the college.
Mr and Mrs Murray Berko-
t/. chairman of the Board of
[rectors of the college and one of
! original founders, will host
! affair
MIAMI BEACH Commission-
Joseph Malek was named
|taitman of the founders dinner,
alek, recently elected commis-
ner. is active in many Jewish
d civil causes.
He has served as director for
izrachi. has served on the
ecutive committee of the He-
ew Academy, been active in Is-
el Bonds and Jewish National
und and B'nai B'rith and is cur-
A
>^tr
Congressman Pepper
rently the honorary chairman of
the executive committee of the
Talmudic College of Florida.
Rabbi Yochanan Zweig is dean
of the Talmudic College.
Ml Kahn to Address BB Luncheon
I The former executive vice
(esident of B'nai B nth Intema-
Onal, Rabbi Benjamin Kahn,
HI be the featured speaker at an
^ams Luncheon capping an es-
te planning seminar at the
TJnencana Hotel in Bal Harbour
inday, Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. Th.
cneon will be held at 12:30
[Rabbi Kahn. of Washington,
B-i is the honorary executive
^president of B'nai B'rith and
.member of its International
pard of Governors.
I HE WILL be joined by a panel
[estate planning experts during
p seminar, to discuss changes
I recent tax laws and matters of
fncern in making a will.
[Serving on the panel are Stan-
Hagendorf, associate profes-
.. law at the University of
[am.; Paul Safer. CPA and ex-
fn on estate tax planning;
George Bernstein, CLU, an in-
surance executive who will ex-
plain how insurance can be used
for better estate planning; Steve
Widdes, national director of de-
velopment, B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion of the United States; and
Malcolm H. Fromberg, attorney,
president of District No. 5 B'nai
B'rith and national co-chairman
for legacy development.
Moderating the discussion will
be Bert Brown, chairman of the
South Florida Fund Raising Cab-
inet and first vice president of
District No. 5 B'nai B'rith; and
Kenneth Hoffman, chairman for
legacy development, B'nai B'rith,
State of Florida.
THE PROGRAM is being
sponsored by the B'nai B'rith
Foundation as a community ser-
vice to B'nai B'rith members.
Questions will be answered from
the floor.
Howard Kleinberg
Howard Kleinberg
To Speak Sunday
Temple Beth Sholom Brother-
hood's monthly breakfast on
Sunday, Feb. 126 al !(>::(> am
will feature as guest speaker
Howard Kleinberg. editor of The
Miami News.
Kleinberg will speak on "The
American Newspaper: Mow the
Public Perceives Us. How We
Perceive the Public, What We
Think of Our Responsibilities and
Rights and Where We I lave
Failed and Succeeded.''
AARON Farr. Brotherhood
president, announced that the
breakfast lecture is open to the
general public.
The Brotherhood sponsors the
Youth Activities Program of
Beth Sholom. Dr. Leon Kronish
is spiritual leader of the congre-
gation.
Tours of Jewish
Interest in Miami
Dr. Sam Brown will conduct
tours to places of Jewish interest
in the Miami / Miami Beach area,
sponsored by Bnai Zion fraternal
organization.
Dr. Brown is an interpreter of
Jewish culture. For further in-
formation, contact Richard
Meyerson, F'lorida travel director
of Bnai Zion. in Miami.
William S. Ruben, president of
Jordan Marsh Florida, has been
elected 1978 chairman of the
board of United Way of Dade
County. Marshall S. Harris, of
the law firm Harris and Sirkin.
was elected president.
Ruben and Harris were elected
at the 21st annual meeting of the
United Way of Dade County held
Feb. 15.
OTHER officers elected for
I97g include: Mrs. Thomas C.
Wasniulh. secretary; F. K.
Aulrey. executive vice president.
Florida Power and Light Co..
treasurer; Louis K. Fischer,
president and chief executive
officer. General Development
Corporation: and Edward G.
Grafton. president of Ferendino
Graf ton Spillis Candela.
vice president and chairman,
planning division.
John McMullan. executive
editor. The Miami Herald, was
elected vice president and cam-
paign chairman.
Marshall S. Harris, newly
elected president. presented
awards of recognition to William
S. Kuben. 1977 United Way
president, and Don Shoemaker.
1977 chairman of the Board and
senior editor of The Miami
Herald.
OVER 200 annual members
and volunteers were shown a
specially produced film high-
lighting the 1977 achievements of
the United Way of Dade County.
Discussing plans for the Heritage Awards Luncheon of the
Bnai li'rith h'ounilatuin to be held Feb. 26 at the Hotel
Americana are Malcolm H. Fromberg (left} and Bert Brown.
B'nai B'rith Foundation To
Present Awards at Lunch
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of
the United Slates will honor 1H
individuals who have made sub-
stantial commitments to the
legacy Development program of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation, at a
special awards luncheon to be
held Sunday. Feb. 26 al the
Americana Hotel at 12:30 p.m.
The luncheon will be preceded
at 10 a.m. by a special seminar on
estate planning featuring a panel
of experts who will discuss all the
facets of estate planning.
THE PANEL will include
Stanley Hagendorf. associate
professor of Law al the Uni-
versity of Miami; Paul Safer.
CPA; George Bernstein. CLU;
Steve Widdes. national director
of Legacy Development. B'nai
B'rith Foundation of the U.S.;
Malcolm II. Fromberg, president
of District 5, B'nai B'rith. and
national co-chairman for Legacy-
Development and Bert Brown.
CPA. first vice president of
District 5 and chairman of the
Fk>rida Fund Raising Cabinet
Kenneth Hoffman, chairman for
Legacy Development in the State
of Florida is coordinating the
seminar
Keservations for the seminar
and luncheon are required. For
information contact the B'nai
B'rith Foundation office.
Miami Beach pioneer Mrs. Jennie Seitlin
(center), a local resident since 1914, was
honored recently by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Division for her
r II V^^l II role in more than six decades of Jewish com-
ewxsfti Flonoian rxasJMt 7Ahi? 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund, were (left to right) Miami Beach
MBjj, Florida Friday, February 24,1978
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Campaign Vice Chairman Marcia Schantz;
Women's Division Campaign Chairman
Maxine Schwartz; Mrs. Seitlin; guest
speaker Paula Borenstein of the Joint
Distribution Committee in Paris; and Chair-
man of the event, Dava Lipsky. The dav's
program featured a special fashion show
from Miami Beach's Berenaka boutique,
coordinated b\ Bunnv Horowitz.


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Friday, Februan. 24
In Coral Gables and South Miami, a series of individually-
hosted meetings for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division will begin Feb. 27. These parlor meetings
will provide the opportunity for women to take part in the 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Chairing the
community-wide effort is Mrs. Norman Lipoff (center), plan-
ning the schedule here with South Dade Co-Chairmen Betty
Susman Ileft I and Marlin Arky /right).
Rabbinical Association Urges That
Legislators Fund More $ to Schools
The Rabbirical Association of
Greater Miami has issued a
statement expressing its deep
concern with the status of public
education in Dade County.
The statement was issued in
the name of the association by its
president. Rabbi Sol Landau of
Beth David Congregation, who
stated: It is our hope that our
state legislators will utilize every
effort to provide the funding that
will ensure the proper education
for the children of Dade County
and the rest of the state.'
THE statement reads:
"The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami expresses its deep
concern with the deteriorating
educational status of the Dade
County School System, as indi-
cated by the recently published
scores of the Functional Literacy
Testing
"The system, in which Florida
is 50th among the states of our
nation, does not inspire hope for
better things to come.
"THE RABBINICAL Asso
ciation of Greater Miami urgent-
ly calls upon our state legislators
to give the educational status of
our state its priority attention
and provide the necessary fund-
ing for the highest level of teach-
ing and learning.''
Copies of the statement have
been sent to the representatives
of the Dade County Public School
System, the governor, state com-
missioner of education, officials
of the House and Senate of the
Florida Legislature and by Asso-
ciation Executive Vice President
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy
Service.
Cedars Auxiliary
To Hold Luncheon
The Auxiliary of Cedars of
Lebanon Health (are Center will
hold an Active Women's Fashion
Show and Luncheon. Tuesday.
Feb. 21 in the hospitals Seminar
' Center.
Fashions from the hospital's
gift shop modeled by members of
the Auxiliary, volunteer and
health care staffs, will highlight
the meeting which also will in-
clude an antique jewelry sale and
complimentary luncheon.
The meeting will begin at 11
a.m. with the fashion show and
luncheon to be held from noon to
1 p.m.
Heart Fund Names
Grace Rosenberg
Mrs. Donald (Gracel Rosen-
berg of Keystone Point has been
named chairman of the 1978
Heart Fund Campaign in Dade
and Monroe counties. Mrs. Ro-
senberg's husband. Donald, is a
cardiologist and vice president of
the American Heart Association
of Greater Miami. Mrs. Rosen-
berg is active in the PTA and
Advisory Committee at North
Miami Senior High School, and is
a member of the Parkway Gener-
al Hospital Auxiliary.
Mrs. George (Dorita) Felden-
kreis has been named co-chair-
man of Heart Sunday, and will
share the responsibility of re-
cruiting more than 1.200 volun-
teers for the door-to-door drive on
Heart Sunday. Feb. 26.
MRS. FELDENKREIS. also a
resident of Keystone Poin,t, is a
board member of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. Temple
Menorah and a member of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation
Sisterhood.
Tennis Clinic to
Be Offered at JCC
A five-week-long adult and
teen tennis clinic (tennis camp
stylel will be offered at the Mi-
chael-Ann Russell Jewish Com-
munity Center courts on Monday
nights, beginning Feb. 27.
Sessions will run from 7:30 to 9
p.m.. Feb. 27. March 6. 13. 20 and
27, for a total of seven-and-a-half
hours of classical tennis instruc-
tion
RAY MITCHELL.
U.S.P.T.A., and director of ten-
nis at the JCC. will be the in-
structor. --------
The Lower Fast Side, a portal
to American life." an exhibit
from New York's Jewish Muse-
um, will be previewed from to
10 p.m. Wednesday. March 1
The exhibit will launch the firs!
event of the Yiddish Cultural
Festival presented by th<- Jewish
Community Centers oi South
Florida. This exhibit can be seen
from March 1-21 at the Michael-
Ann Russell Center in North Mi-
ami Beach.
Footlighters Annual
Parade of Stars Set
The Footlighters Foundation
eighth annual Parade of Stars
will be held Monday evening.
March 13 at the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts.
for the benefit of indigent per-
formers and musicians.
New Synagogue Opens in South
Dade, Affiliates With Chabad
Norman Richman. president of
the newly formed Synagogue of
Kendale Lakes Chabad, an-
nounced that the spiritual center
has begun operations in South
Dade.
"The Synagogue of Kendale
Lakes Chabad will serve the
Kendale Lakes and Calusa area,
and will offer many varied ser-
vices, designed to provide the
area with Jewish resources with
this new developing neighbor-
hood.'' Richman explained.
ONE OF the first projects of
the congregation will be the
opening of a free Talmud Torah
in Kendale Lakes It will offer
weekly classes for children in
basic fundamentals of Judaism.
Bar Mitzvah lessons. Hebrew
reading and writing and an intro-
duction for children into Jewish
traditions.
In addition to the Talmud
Torah an adult education will
begin with classes in Jewish law.
Bible, philosophy and a special
weekly couples class for
husbands and wives
S'niiv- are heiriL: held every
Shabbal at 9 a m as well as
Kabalat Shabbat Friday at
sunset and Mincha-Maariv
RABBI Abraham Korf.
Regional director of pl,.
Lubavitchof Florida, said S
Synagogue of Kendale Iau
Chabad brings to eight th.
number of Chabad ("enters
Florida. In Dade County t|!
are four centers stn-tchmg Z
North Miami Beach tot he nS
opened Kendale Lakes Cent,,
-e trust that Chabad in KendJ
- as a catalyst i
development of tf*
, a vibrant Je,sh I
Lakes will serve
assist the
area into
community.
The Synagogue of Kendj],
Lakes developed in the last fo
months under the leadership of
Richman and a group of j.
dividuals desiring a traditionil
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spondent for CBS-TV and radio
and author of several books, will
speak to Greater Miami audienc-
es Sunday. Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. as
the first of a trio of authorities
speaking on Middle Eastern af-
fairs. Kalb will speak at Temple
Heth Sholom in Miami Beach.
Center Dedicated
To Rabbi Gordon
The Rabbi Harold Gordon
Center was dedicated recently to
the memory of Rabbi Harold
Gordon, who served as executive
vice president of the New York
Board of Rabbis for 31 years.
The Center is located at 10
East 73rd St.. New York City and
is the headquarters of the 1,000-
member rabbinic organization,
the largest representative rab-
binic body in the world. Rabbi
Judah Cahn is president of the
Board.
Mission to Israel Set
To Mark Anniversary
Under the auspices of the
American Technion Society, a
Mission to Israel is being planned
in May to celebrate the 30th
anniversary of the founding of
the State of Israel.
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Histadrut Sets New Goal
The 12th annual Histadrut Economic Conference for Israel
f the Israel Histadrut Foundation closed Tuesday with a gala
? n(.uet at the Fontainebleau Hotel at which a new goal of $100
million was set.
Dr Sol Stein, national IHF president, received the
organization's Fifty Million Dollar Award, representing the
umulative total of commitments since the Foundation was
organized by Dr. Stein 18 years ago.
ADDITIONAL commitments from Jan. 1, 1978 through
the conference have brought the IHF total to $53.8 million in
bequests and annuities in support of the social and welfare
programs of the Histadrut in Israel.
Sen. Donald Riegle, Jr. (D., Mich.) flew in from Washington
to deliver the keynote address at the banquet in honor of Dr.
Stein.
Pi I .con Kronish, national board chairman of the
Histadrut Foundation, in his tribute to Dr. Stein called for an
additional $50 million for the Foundation by 1983.
PRESIDENT of Israel Ephraim Katzir sent a con-
gratulatory message from Jerusalem to Dr. Stein, "whose name
is synonymous with the cause of Labor Israel in America, on the
occasion of his receiving the Fifty Million Dollar Award ... for
all that has been done ... as president and founder of the
Histadrut Foundation. And for all that he will surely yet do to
bring Israel closer to the social and economic equality, the true
democracy and fine quality of life, which is our shared vision."
Other highlights of the Histadrut conference included a
Yiddish-speaking reception Monday night in honor of Shimon
Weber, editor-in-chief of the Jewish Daily Forward: the
inaugural assembly Sunday night addressed by Dr. Judah J.
Shapiro, president of the National Committee for Labor Israel;
and an economic symposium Sunday morning with Dr. Zvi
Dinstein. Israel's economic minister to the U.S., '
analyst Joseph Ben Porat and Dr. Stein participating.
Gloria Martin
Leo Martin
Helen Lubarr
I Costa del Sol Reception to Kick Off
Home Furnishings Israel Dinner
norary chairman.
Martin, who himself was ho-
nored at last year's dinner, has
served two terms as chairman of
the Home Furnishings Division
of the CJ A-Emergency Fund and
last year led a group of Florida
manufacturers to meet with the
Israeli Manufacturers Club on
behalf of the Florida-Israeli
Chamber of Commerce.
Program chairman and general
chairman for the Industry Dinner
in previous years. Helen Lubarr
has been actively involved in the
annual event since its inception.
THE DINNER will be held on
March 18 at the Omni Interna-
tional Hotel.
A cocktail reception hosted by
t'illiam Landa will be held
Jhursday, March 2 at 5 p.m. at
he Costa del Sol Golf and Rac-
ket Club to lay the groundwork
Kir the upcoming Home Furnish-
fci> Industry Israel Dinner of
Ute
I A number of leaders in the
Building and home furnishings
"kdusirv are involved in the plan-
King for the event on behalf of Is-
Bael Bonds.
I GLORIA and I,eo Martin have
Keen named to serve as general
Chairmen of this year's event
fith l)r Milton and Helen Lu-
f>arr heading the dinner commit-
ee, and Nicholas H. Morley, ho-
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Humanitarian Award to Be Bestowed
On Ralph Renick at Appeals Lunch
Jonathan I. Kislak has been
appointed 1978 chairman of
the Society of Fellows of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, Florida Region,
according to Richard Essen,
chairman of the Florida Re-
gional Board.
Ralph Renick, vice president of
WTVJ-Channel 4 TV, will receive
the annual Humanitarian Award
at the seventh annual School of
Engineering Appeals Luncheon
of the Southeastern Florida
Region of Women's American
ORT.
The luncheon will be held Wed-
nesday, March 1 at 11:30 a.m. in
the International Ballroom of the
Omni Hotel.
NATHAN GOULD, executive
director, vice president of
Women's American ORT, will
give a report on the School of
Engineering in Jerusalem,
followed by Felice Traktman,
Renick
Gould
\past president of Southeastern
Florida Region.
Dale Flam and Syd Sablosky
are luncheon co-chairmen.
BBYO Track And Field Set
Nearly 400 young men and
women from the B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization (BBYO) will
compete in track and field events
during the sixth annual Junior
Maccabiah Sunday afternoon,
Feb. 26 at Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College, South Campus.
Winners of events during the
Junior Maccabiah track and field
meet, which will follow an AAU
format, may be eligible to qualify
for the 11th World Maccabiah
Games (Jewish Olympics) to be
held in Israel in 1981.
Events will begin at noon, and
the public is invited.
Cantor Breeh
Jewish Music
Month Observed
In observance of Jewish music
month, Cantor Saul H. Breeh will
speak and demonstrate in song
on the renaissance of Jewish mu-
sic at the Friday Oneg Shabbat
services at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Raphael in Miami Beach.
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Ztowfe Legislators Brief NCJW At
State Legislation Day Program
The National Council of Jewish
Women was briefed last Pfiday
by Dade County legislators on
the occasion of NCJW's state le-
gislation day.
Anna Mae Ross, vice president
of public affairs of the Greater
Miami section. National Council
of Jewish Women, said that "as
part of our social action program
for council members and the
Edyth Geiger of Miami and
Israel was guest speaker
recently when residents of
Xorth Miami Beach's Century
21 gathered to support the
1978 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund.
Leading the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation campaign
effort at the building is Cen-
tury 21 Chairman Julius
Werbner /right).
community, Dade County legis-
lators discussed legislation with
us, as well as pre-filed bills in the
area of council's concern."
ROSS SAID that these include
juvenile justice, women's issues,
transportation, education, wel-
fare and organized crime.
Questions raised pertained to
the condition of education in
Dade County, the pending
constitutional revision and the
need for alternative care outside
of institutions for the aging.
Rep. Elaine Gordon kicked off
the presentation in a discussion
of mandatory hospital require-
ments to offer PAP tests to wom-
en patients.
SEN. KENNETH Myers dis-
cussed the proposed integrated
transportation system in Dade
County and explained that
"Dade County should vote
against repeal of the bonds for
mass transit."
Sen. George Firestone said he
felt that cultural arts generate
more tax revenue than sporting
events and that it would be an
economic boost if the state of
Florida would appropriate more
than the four and one-half cents
per person currently allocated for
cultural events.
REP. PAIL St.mberg said
there is a need for equitable auto-
mobile insurance throughout the
state based on an individual's
past performance rather than his
sex, age and place of residence.
Rep. Elaine Bloom, past pres-
ident of the Greater Miami sec-
tion, explained the pending legis-
lation on teachers' certification.
Sen. Jack Gordon stated that
pro-abortion forces are "under
tremendous attack and that
those in favor of a woman's right
to choose must make themselves
heard."
Rep. Roberta Fox discussed
perquisites, and explained that
her committee is gathering data
on perquisites to formulate state
policy for fringe benefits and al-
lowances for state employes in
eluding low apartment rentals,
use of state cars, etc.
REP. JOE Gersten described
what he termed the movement
of organized crime into blue-col-
lar areas'" and stated. There
must be public corruption for or-
ganized crime to exist
Rep. McKnight announced his
introduction of a bill which would
provide a state-funded program
to restore Kiscayne Bay to its
former natural beauty.
The forum to study state legis-
lation culminates at a two-and-a-
half-day Tallahassee Institute in
April when NCJW sections
throughout Florida will visit the
Capitol to discuss and re\ iew the
progress i ion and legis-
lators
Barbara Stoler was chairper-
ir (he day. and Joyce (iold-
man is president of t h.
Miami section
Young Pianist's Debut is Cause For
Celebration With Family, Politicos
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Tob\ Ansin congratulates her
brother. Bennett Lerner. fol-
lowing his Washington. DC
debut.
PASSOVER SEDERS
Friday and Saturday. April 21 & 22.1978
conducted by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
of Temple Menoroh
With Cantor NicoyFeldmon & The Temple Choi
1 st Seder at $28 per adult... $20 per child
2nd Seder at $24 per adult... $17 per child
Both Seders at $50 per adult ... $35 per child
Phone for Reservations 866-0221
Konover Hotel
22uA On thr Ocean at 54th Street. Miami Beach
865 1500
Mrs Gaylord Nelson. Congress-
man and Mrs. Sidney Yates. Mr-
Tom Eagleton. Mr. "and Mrs. Le-
on Keyserling. Mr. and Mrs Da-
vid Scott. Mr and Mrs fa I Cm-
fitz and Mr and Mrs Edmund
land Toby I Ansin.
Bennett will return to Florida
in November as guest artist with
the Florida Gulf Coast Sympho-
ny for performances in Tampa
and St Petersburg under the ba-
ton of Maestro Irwin Hoffman.
Program to Hear
About Archaeology
Temple Beth Sholom's Coffee.
Culture and Conversation pro-
gram will hear Lucille Roussin
speak on Archaeology and the
Bible" Sunday. Feb. 19 at 10:30
a.m.
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Rapid Transit Issue to Be Debated
South Florida Public a
Committee, and is part of,n
tinuing "Sunday R **
Miami attorney Richard N.
Friedman will debate the issue of
rapid transit in Dade County
with former County Commission-
er and past Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce President
Sidney Levin Sunday, Feb. 26 at
8 p.m. in the Katz Assembly Hall
of the Michael-Ann Russell Jew-
ish Community Center.
The debate is sponsored by the
Jewish Community Centers of
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JCC" series of events
Martm Kreloff will di^
(^temporary Art .ConS?
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Friday. February 24,1978
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( -. Under One God worship service,
ntlv, also served as a tribute to the
late Sen Hubert Humphrey U.S District
, m i Aronovitz tat muro-
/,,,, i d thi diction at the
' a ted by Miami Mayor Mau i
.-,, In ssing the audit nci at
Miami Vice Mayor Manolo
Reboso, Miami Commissioner Theodore R
< n, \rchbishop of Miami, the R,
ard A McCarthy: David Walters, I S
itTdor rn the Vatican, ( ongr,
( laudi Pepper: H, th I).. | .,/ Sol
dau and Vonda Van Dy Miss
\mcrica.
German Art Work Being Exhibited
As part of Cierman Culture through March 6 by the Players
Week in Miami, a collection of State Theater on the mezzanine
works by artists in Hamburg, of the Coconut drove Playhouse
(iermany is being exhibited now
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[gage fieldduring 1977 our total long The New Year brings with it a continued commitment on the part
Iterm financing exceeded $143 million of our Directors. Officers and Staff for improved service It will be a
lAnd. we remain the only savings and year of challenge in which we dedicate ourselves to providing addi
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Chairman Joseph m umo> rseaw i increased to an all time high of $61.8
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First Mortgage Loans...................................... 1.245.917.891 1.102.665.137
Other Loans............................................. 29.738,848 20.673.994
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock............................. 9.523.300 8.540.200
Real Estate Owned........................................ 9.635.698 8744.026
Office Buildings and Equipment ............................. 15.555.246 13.494.733
Prepaid Federal Insurance Reserve Premium................... 2.387.991 2.590.423
Other Assets and Prepaid Items .............................-------17,425,542 -------13,321,467
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Visualize the atmosphere of a
market place in Old Jerusalem
with several million dollars worth
Irving Kaplan
of Israeli jewelry and art works
on display, and you 11 get an idea
of the excitement in store for
South Floridians beginning
March 27 when the east side of
the Miami Beach Convention
Hall becomes Israel's Ben
Yehuda Street
The Israeli Shuk 'market
place', dubbed Shuk Hatikvah
Place of Hope' will be one of
:he major attractions of the
Israel Jubilee, a county-wide
eight-day celebration of the 30th
anniversary of the State of Israel
and a recognition of the cultural
and historic background of Dade
County's Jewish population.
SPONSORED by Dade
County, the City of Miami Beach
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the Israel Jubilee
was founded by Dade County
Vice Mayor Barry Schreib. r
will run from Sunday. March "26
through Sunday. April 2.
Opening event of the Jubilee
will be a gala diner-dance and
folk music show at Omni Inter-
national Hotel in Miami It will
be preceded by a reception and
cocktail party outside the Omni
Main Ballroom at which the
works of eight of Israel's most
famous artists, artisans and
merchants will be on display
Thev include Moshe Gat. Rachel
Ger'a. Batia Adith. David
CaJderone. Bat Ami Versano.
Michael Ende. Arieila Shamie
and Jafa Algom
Irving Kaplan, whose appoint-
ment as Shuk chairman for the
Jubilee was announced by Morns
and Mikki Futemik. co-chairmen
of the Israel Jubilee Committee.
Inc. a non-profit corporation,
said those eight artisans plus at
least ten others will be selling
their wares in booths lined up or.
the east side of the Miami Beach
Convention Hall and in the east
lobby of the hall
KAPLAN. Miami Beach attor-
ney and civic leader is a restau-
rateur and former owner of both
the Toby's and Dubrow's
Cafeterias.' In 1975 he served as
coordinator of the successful
Temple Beth Sholom Shuk which
drew more than 35.000 visitors
A Harvard Law School
Kduate. Kaplan is active in the
rida-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and is local chairman for
the national convention of the
American Jewish Congress to be
held at the Doral Country Club in
tiami in March He is a director
f Temple Beth Sholom.
Items for sale at the more than
30 booths comprising Shuk
Hatikvah" will include, in ad-
dition to the jewelry, art ana
work of artisans, typical Israeli
food such as Falafel sandwiches,
clothing, glassworks, ceramics
phonograph records, tapes and
other Israeli products.
A HIGHLIGHT for visitors to
the Shuk area will be The
Struggle for Life." a circular
exhibit which is the Israel
Government's official commem-
oration of the nation's 30-year
struggle for survival Also on
displav with it in the east lobby
OI lilt v uii'i""-----------------------
first archeological exhibit of the
Israel Museum in Jerusalem ever
allowed to be shown outside the
Museum's premises It includes
priceless items of antiquity, some
more than 100.000 years old.
During the entire week that the
Shuk is in operation. Israeli folk
singers and dancers as well as
local entertainers will perform on
an outdoor stage located on the
east side of Jackie Gleason Drive,
the street that runs in front of the
easi siue oi ine comentinnT,
parallel to Washington Av^
The market place. cornnL.
with vendors clad in "r1.
Israeli and Arab ,.tm^Jj
be open from 10 a.m through,
p.m. from .Mondav. Marci, ,"
through Thursday March 30^
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday
31. It will be ck^ed'ai|
Saturdav.
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Dr Sol Stein national president of tl
Israel Histadrut Foundation (IHF), ret u -
the five IHF financial plan* following "
economic symposium of the 12th annual His-
tadrut Economic Conferen Israel.
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Leukemia Society Elects Miami
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Man Officer of National Board
Robert H. Newman of Miami
been re -elected an officer of
J he national board of trustees of
I he Leukemia Soc.ety of Amer-
K, Inc. a voluntary health
fcrencythat supports major pro-
ont aid
edu-
End professional public
Ication.
In his post as assistant secre-
tary the third time he will be
Lrving as part of the organiza-
tion's top governing group since
|he joined the national board in
19-1.
Currentlv president of the
southern Florida Chapter. New-
rnan became interested in the or-
Iganuation in 1967.
A GRADUATE of the Univer-
sity of Miami, where he received
his B.A. and Juris Doctor de-
grees, Newman is a member of
the American Judicature Society,
the Florida Bar Association and
has been admitted to practice be-
fore the U.S. Supreme Court. He
is involved with the Health Sys-
tems Agency of South Florida,
serving as parliamentarian, as a
member of a task force, and a for-
mer officer and member of the
board.
He also served as president of
Dade County Association of Na-
tional Volunteer Health Agen-
cies, and is a past president of
Temple Beth Am and the South-
east Florida Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Canada's Chief Rabbi to Attend
Jeret Bar Mitzvah in NMB
Rabbi I'inchas llirshprung will
I arrive in Miami Thursday. March
h. with Mrs. Hirshprung to be
Iguests of honor at the Bar Mitz-
Ivah celebration of Isaac Jeret,
[son of Mr and Mrs Henry Jeret.
[of North Miami Heach.
Rabbi llirshprung is a theolo-
L'ical scholar and chief rabbi of
|('anada
THK COMMUNITY will ho-
iLiterary Club To
Hear L. Lasavin
The Oneg Shabbat of the
b)avid Pinski Club is scheduled
Ifur Friday, Feb, ^4 at 7:30 p.m.
[ai the Ida Fisher School cafeteria
I in Miami Heach
\ varied program will feature a
|t.ilk by I. Lasavin, author and
correspondent of the Jewish
\i in- theme "Jerusalem
If- Hole in Jewish Histor)
GERTRUDE Mintz. folk
singer accompanied by Paul
h'anovsky, will entertain and
there will he a reading of Yiddish
lassies
Cantor Bag ley To
Attend Convention
Cantor David Bagley of Beth
Torah Congregation in North
[Miami Reach will In' a participant
at the Cantorial Council of
America's eighteenth annual
Convention in l.akewood, N.J..
Ithis week The Council is a
Iserwie ot the Cantorial Training
Institute of Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological Seminary.
\AMW Theater Party
Set for Saturday
The Vered Chapter of the
American Mizrachi Women will
"hold a theater party at Kuth
Forman's North Miami Play-
Tuse, Saturday, Feb. 26 at 8
i.m,
The group will see The Pocket
Watch, a comedy. Miriam
lleissman is chairwoman.
nor Rabbi Hirshprung at a recep-
tion on his arrival at Miami In-
ternational Airport.
In charge of arrangements are
Rabbi Zev Leff. spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greater Miami;
and Rabbi Dov Bidnick, spiritual
leader of Sky Lake Synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah celebrant's
father is one of Rabbi Hirsh-
prung s students.
Gulfstream Offers
New Program
Gulfstream Park will offer an
innovative racing program high-
lighted by three guaranteed mi-
nimum gross stakes purses of
8150,000, a first in Florida racing,
during its March (i-May 8 meet-
ing
The Big Three will be the tra-
ditional highlights of the Gulf-
stream racing schedule the
Florida Derby (April II. the Gulf-
stream Park Handicap (March
251 and the Pan American Han-
dicap (April 15).
"THERE WILL be no price
increases to the public for grand-
stand or clubhouse admission,
parking or programs during the
1978 Gulfstream season.'' James
Donn Jr.. Gulfstream president,
announced. "We are holding the
line on prices despite the infla-
tionary escalation of the costs of
operation. We hope the public re-
sponse to our policy will produce
new patrons who will make up for
some of the increased costs.''
The llallandale track is contin-
uing its program of improve-
ments. Two new escalators at the
south end of the grandstand will
help move visitors to the upper
levels of the building after arriv-
ing from the south grandstand
entrance.
Other improvements will be a
redecorated main clubhouse din-
ing room, a new floor in the
grandstand ground level, recon-
ditioned grandstand seats and
refurbished clubhouse bars.
Breakfast to Honor Jeff Rosinek
kwth Dade civic and religious
leff Rosinek was hon-
|orea ai ., testimonial breakfast
ltendered by Beth David Congre-
during the celebration of
"sMhbirthdavSundav. Feb. 19
'" 10 a.m. at a testimonial break-
st in Beth Davids South Dade
[chapd
The breakfast was held in
loenall ol the Jewish Theological
N nunary of America, with the
oeminary s vice chancellor. Rab-
o> Stanley J. Schachter as guest
I s'"'ak'r for the Sunday session.
, RABBI Sol Landau, spiritual
CJw of Beth David was
inonorary chairman of the break-
llu 1 wh Stevan s- Simon and
[Judge MoieJ. I.. Tendrich. chair-
|men of the event.
|J!Srttn of the committee
Included Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
i.^ Mr and Mrs. Sam
I adanes. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
("'ley. Dr, Abraham Benyunes.
LT and Mrs. David Braun and
Robert I.Chalnick;
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cover-
man. Mr. and Mrs Robert I).
Feltzin. Dr. and Mrs Nathan
Glover, Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Gor-
don, Joseph Handleman and Dr.
and Mrs. Jules G. Minkes;
HERSCHEL Rosenthal, Mr.
and Mrs. Mendell Selig. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome H. Shevin. Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Sholk. Mrs Stevan
S. Simon and Mrs. Moie J. L.
Tendrich;
Mr. and Mrs Robert H. Trau-
rig, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas.
and Alan Jay Weisberg
Rabbi Schachter coordinates
the development and public rela-
tions programs of the Seminary.
central educational and cultural
institution of the Conservative
Movement of Judaism. He plays
a key role in the Seminary's edu-
cational activities and is former
assistant chancellor of the Semi
nary. He also serves as lecturer in
.liturgy. ......
5. Fla. B'nai B'rith Council Installs
George N. Kotin As President
Matthew B. Rosenhaus
Rosenhaus to Chair
Seminary Dinner
Matthew B. Rosenhaus. Miami
Beach civic and religious leader,
has been named general chairman
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America's 19th annual
convocation dinner committee.
The convocation is scheduled
for March 1 at Temple Emanu-El
of Greater Miami, and the dinner
is that night at the Diplomat Ho-
tel in Hollywood.
ROSENHAUS. a vice pres-
ident of Temple Fmanu-KI and a
national officer of the Synagogue
Council of America, is chairman
of the executive committee of the
Fund for Peace and is chairman
of the F.leanor Roosevelt Cancer
Foundation.
An Honorary Fellow of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. Rosenhaus is president
of the interreligious Peace Collo-
quium in Washington, D.C He is
a founder of the Greater Semi-
nary, a member of the Seminary's
Board of Overseers and a recipi-
ent of the Seminary's coveted
Louis Marshall Memorial Medal.
Chamber Music
Society to Debut
The final Temple Beth Sholom
inaugural Great Performances
Series is scheduled for Thursday.
Feb. 2\\ at 8:30 p.m.. when the
Chamber Music Society of Lin-
coln Center. Charles Wadsworth,
director, makes its South Florida
debut in the temple's auditorium
111 Miami Beach.
Under the direction of Judy
Drucker. the Great Performances
Series has brought local music
devotees a season which, in addi-
tion to the forthcoming concert,
has included violinist Pinchas
Zuckerman and his flutist wife.
Eugenia; Tashi'; and the Vien-
na Chamber Orchestra. Phillipe
Entremont conducting.
Janet Reno to Speak
To Breakfast Forum
Janet Reno, new Dade state
attorney, will be the speaker at
the next Brotherhood Breakfast
Forum on Sunday, Feb. 19 at
9:30 a.m. in the Youth Lounge.
She will speak on what she hopes
to accomplish while in office.
Chairman for the discussion
will be Circuit Court Judge Sey-
mour Gelber.
Yivo Forum to Hear
Prof. Arthur Lermer
Prof. Arthur Lermer will speak
at the Yivo Forum. Wednesday.
March 1 at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom in Miami Beach. Prof.
Lermer's topic is "Moshe
Kulback."
Academy Women To
Hold Purim Party
The Hebrew Academy Wom-
en's annual Purim Party will be
held Wednesday, March 8 at
noon at Kneseth Israel in Miami
Beach.
Co-chairpersons for the event
are Mrs. Irene Gronich, Mrs.
Sadye Pedis and Mrs. Julia
Torkel. ____
The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida Lodges will hold
its installation brunch Sunday.
March 12, at 11 a.m. at the
Aventura Country club..
The following officers will be
installed: President. George N.
Kotin; Presidentelect Marvin
Beckerman; Vice Presidents,
Louis Frank, Henry Sterling,
Norman Sevin. and Seth Krebs;
Secretary, Martin Cohen;
Treasurer, Randolph Segal;
Trustees, Sidney Ritter, Nat
Kutcher, Samuel Kline, Andrew
Tibor, Michael Saul. Arthur
Bassman, Eric Glaser, Manolo
Warshawsky, and Joseph
Sussman.
JUDGE Milton A. Friedman.
Supreme Lodge vice president.
1 will officiate as master of cere-
monies. Malcolm Fromberg.
president of District 5. will be the
installing officer.
Bert Brown, second vice presi-
dent of District 5. will act as dis-
charging officer.
Represented at the installation
will be all phases of B'nai B'rith:
Hillel, B'nai B'rith Youth and
Community and Counseling
Services.
George N. Kotin, the incoming
president who succeeds Sidney
Schwarzbach, is a native of
Chicago. He retired from active
law practice in Chicago in 1968
and came to Miami Beach for
retirement.
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Friday, February 24,
1978
beddings
Kulhanek-Stone
Marlene Francine Naah
and Dr. Kobert Steven Heller
12 in
Miami
(eraldine Loiljise
Kulhanek and Robert Neil
Stone were married last \m
27 at Beth Hillel Congre-
gation in Wilmette. HI
RabbLs Lincoln. Stern (guest
rabbi) ami Prombaum of-
ficiated.
Bridesmaids were Jeri
Holecek and Linda Lepp.
friends of the bride.
BEST MAN was David
Stone, the groom's brother.
Laddie Kulhanek. the bride's
brother, served as usher.
The bride wore a candle-
light quiana floor length
dress with train. Venice lace
with seed pearls, empire
style and matching turban.
Geraldine is a graduate of
Northwestern University,
Beta Ciamma. Phi Beta.
National Professional Music
and Speech; B.S. in Speech;
M.A. in Interdepartmental
Speech. She is an admin-
istrative assistant to the
Cook County (Illinoisl Board
of Commissioners.
ROBERT graduated from
Miami Senior Miifh School.
were married Feb.
Temple Emanu-Fl.
Reach.
The bride was raised and
educated in Miami Beach.
She received her Bachelor^
Nash Heller
from Canada. Leon Tessler.
recently married the bride's
mother
The bridegroom graduated
from University ol South
California School of Medicine
and did advance training in
San Francisco, Pans. Prance
and Huston lie was chiel of
i> to- t.__.k., and Boston Me was cruel 01
Degree o Science trom the "'". u ..i,,,,-i*..,i
.- hi. j radio t herapv at W alter need
1 nivcrsitv of Miamiandasa """ "'..'. ..
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University ol Miami and as a
registered nurse is now
teaching nursing locall) She
1- a commissioner ol I he
Miami Beach Health Plan-
ning < 'ommission
SHE IS the daughter of
en ic activist and real estate
broker Mrs Gahriellc N'ash-
Tessler and the late Daniel
Nash \ real estate investor
Armj Medical (enter in
Washington, 11'
He is currently in practice
at Hollywood Memorial
Hospital as associate
director ol the radiation
center tor the treatment ol
cancer He is the son ol Mr.
Benjamin Heller (retiredl ol
San Francisco
/'ram left to right arc I.van /,
Mrs. Gabrielh -Nash Fesslei and thei
newly wed couple, Marlene Sasl
and Dr Robert Heller.
Dr. Joni Grant, director of
i Grant Center Hospital and
; Treatment Center in south
Mrs. Robert Stone'
Rensselear Polytechnic
Institute in Troy, N.Y. He
has an M.B.A. from the Uni-
versity of Miami. Presently,
he is an assistant vice presi-
dent with Walter E. Heller
and Co. and a De Paul Uni-
versity instructor.
The couple honeymooned
in Hawaii. Thev reside in Des
Plaines. III.
Grant Green
Mrs. Jeffrey Taub
Laub-Taub
Diane Laub and Jeffrey
Taub were married Feb. 18
by Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Diane is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Laub of
Miami Jeffrey is the son of
Mr and Mrs. I. Robert Taub
of Plantation.
BRIDESMAIDS were
Monica Kleb. Linda Harding
and Susan Cohen. Maid of
Honor was Susan Sussman.
Ushers were Richard
Romano and Harold Cohen.
Best Man was Stephen
Taub.
Diane's gown was an
original design in white
chiffonette and satin. The
fitted bodice was covered in
Alencon lace and seed pearls
The scoop neck was
scalloped with lace and the
long sleeve came to a point at
the wrist. The full skirt fell to
the floor in a chapel train and
the edge of the train featured
a wide border of satin and
lace.
THE GROOM graduated
from the University of
Florida with a bachelor's
degree in Psychology. He is
now the business manager of
[a car dealership.
The bride graduated from
the University of Florida
'with a bachelor's degree in
Sociology.
The couple honeymooned
in Nassau. They reside in
Gainesville. Fla.
Dade County, was married
Feb. 14 to Chicago attorney-
Donald Green in a ceremony
at the Balmoral Hotel in Bal
Harbour. The couple will
reside in Dade County when
they return from their
honeymoon in March.
Grant Center Hospital and
Treatment Center is located
at 20601 SW 157 Ave. It was
founded by Dr. Grant and
her late husband in 1970 and
has been located on its
present site since 1973. The
hospital provides treatment
for emotionally disturbed
young people between the
ages of three and 21.
Annual Bar-B-Q
To Aid Israel
The Abe Horrowitz Auxiliary
682 and its Post of the Jewish|
War Veterans will hold the
annual Aid-to-israel Bar-B-Que.
Sunday. Feb. 26 at Greynolds
Park East a 1 p.m. Proceeds will!
be donated to the Chaim Sheba
Medical Center in Israel.
For information contact chair-',
persons Ceil Steinberg, Bea Leffj
or Ray Shultz.
Sngagemente
Mr. and Mrs Milton A.
Rozen of Binghamton. N.Y.,
announce the engagement ol
their daughter. Barbara
Ann. to Richard M Hoff-
man, son ot Mrs Kstelle R.
Hoffman and the late
Herbert J. Hoffman of Phila-
delphia.
Miss Rozen graduated
from Walnut Hill School tor
Girls in Natick. Mass.. and
Boston University
Her fiance graduated from
Temple University in Phila-
delphia, and is a partner in
the Miami office of the ac-
Barbara Ann Rozen
counting firm of l.aventho!
and llorwath.
Ellis-Galler
PETER graduated trom
Miami Beach High School in
1969, and is an honors grad-
uate of Ohio University,
where he earned a masters-
degree in Business. He is a
certified public accountant in
tax management, practicing
in Miami
mi :&?:
Dupont Plaza To
Celebrate 20 Years
.1. .1 Skip' Shepai
manager of the Duponl
Hotel, is uniting th, general
public to take \ Step Hackward
in Time'' and join in tl celebra-
tion of the Dupont Plaza Hotel's
20th anniversary, to be celebrat-
ed over the weekend ol Pel
25 and 26.
The weekend will feature|
the same as when lh< hut,-!
opened its doors on I .
weekend will start on Friday.
Feb 2 t at 7 a m. when the
shop will roll back it- ;
starting with coffee al cents a
cup ()ther price rollbacks include
cocktails lor 85 cents and
d'hote dinners from $ ''< per
person, a luncheon buffel I
i per person and a .'Sunday
brunch for4.95 per person
A GALA banquet, one seating
only, featuring prime ribsol beel
dinner with wine and dancing will
be offered for only >' pei per-
son Dinner is served al 7 p ni
Reservations are suggested
American Mizrachi
Women to Meet
The lladar Chapter ol Amer-
ican Mizrachi Women will meet
Thursday, March 2 at 12 lOp.m
al Washington Federal Hank
Building. 1132 Kane Concourse
Bay I(arbor.
Health Food Pioneers Celebrate
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary
Patti Lee Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. Morris J.
Ellis of Newton ("enter,
Mass.. have announced the
engagement of their daugh-
ter Patti Lee to Peter Cooper
Galler. son of Dr. and Mrs
Edward E. (Jailer of Bav
Harbor.
Patti is a graduate of
Fairleigh-Dickinson Univer-
sity School of Nursing with a
Bachelor of Science degree.
Mr and Mrs Bertram Schild
were hosts at a cocktail party fol-
lowed by a seated dinner for 50
guests at their home on SW 64th
Avenue. Miami on Feb. 19 honor-
ing Mrs Schild s parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Marcel Dreyfus of Mi
ami Beach, on their 50th wedding
anniversary.
The Drey fuses are pioneer
health food people who. over ill
years ago. established the health
food store known as Angeli-
na's" on Alton Road near Lin-
coln. They attended classes every
summer to keep abreast with the
different methods and findings in
the trade and vitamin business.
AMONG the guests were Mr.
and Mrs Nathaniel S Mum.
their sister and brother-in-law,
who were present at I he wedding
50 years ago; Mrs Reuben
Schild; Mr. and Mrs Melvin Al-
bert, formerly of New Kochelle
and now making their home in
Del ray Beach; Mrs Harvej
Fleischman; Dr. and Mrs Sam
uel Zalmanoff; Dr. and Mrs So
lomon Kann; Mr. and Mrs Kred
Shochet; Mr and Mrs ItVuben
Mevers; Mr. and Mrs Marvin
Schild; Mr. and Mrs Jack Dines;
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Steinberg;
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pierce; Mr.
and Mrs. Steven Schwarzman;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irankel.
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BAGLEY
Southern Presidents And
Directors Council to Meet
SOSA
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FKRSIIKO
arband Zimrah Chorus To
Celebrate With Concert
Th.' eighth annual Farband
fcrind Concert "ill be held Sa-
fcrda, March I at B p.m at Ml-
L Beach High School \udito-
Bum
The composer-conductor.
Ihmucl Kershko. ha- written
Lecial music to the lyrics ol au-
Kor and producer Joseph P.
Juckerman. illustrating the pro-
tic cultural .-i"','ls '- w'" M
Cppowei nl destruction
TDK CHORUS, consisting of
kixed voices, will provide ii hea-
fcnlv flood "i tone and at times
fcitomize the world's tragedy,"
_ml Zuckerman. The repertoire
|ju| power ol the entire ensemble
ill imbue the audience with
eat joy
Opera star Rbsemarie Resales
J,,si. who was lilt' guest artist of
Nr.ii I National Opera Com-
air. for two years, will captivate
be audience with her colorful
mezzo-soprano voice. IJavid Kan-
Icy, renowned tenor, known in the
musical world as the golden te-
nor' voice, is outstanding in
opera as well a- in liturgical, das-
steal and folk lore m various lan-
guages.
I he basic thing which makes
this tin unbelievably great night
m Miami Beach is in the selection
of the program to please the mu-
sic lovers and admirers of fine
art. said Xuckerman. The cho-
rus, consisting ol people with tal-
ent and dedication, are providing
our citizens with a fantastic night
of music It is the showcase of
choruses holding the spotlight,
which they so richly deserve
"IT IS for the audience to real
ize that the work of such a con-
cert is a great ettort from those
who love to sing and to bring joy
to those who love to hear vocal
iind musical renditions with a
soul.'' he said
liplomat Resort to Offer Traditional
Kosher Passover Holiday Stay
\ completi traditional Pass-
er holidaj ill be offered by the
biplnnnit Resort and Country
[lulls in Hollywood, announced
vingCowan, hotel president.
The600-acre resort complex on
Brida Gold toast has nine-.
ami ilila\ Passover package
olidays including three kosher
peals daily two fully conducted
raditional seder services, nightly
itertainment, and a special
|arty
THE PASSOVER celebration
egins Friday evening. April 21,
Incl c\t.nds through Saturday
light, \pril 29, according to
Rahlii Tilmr II Stern, who will
ersonally supervise the Pass-
im preparations. Rabbi Stern is
rith the Jacob C. Cohen Commu-
nity Synagogue in Florida.
All Diplomat meals for Pass-
er guests will be (ilatl Kosher
Mil prepared in special kosher
kitchens Guests also will enjoy
tpecial daytime activities
planned for adults and young-
fers and there will be varied
pvush traditional entertainment
the evening In addition, side
[rips (luring intermediate days of
(tower will be available, enab-
hterfaith Day A t
Beth Moshe
IVmple Beth Moshe Sister-
liood is hosting the Interfaith
JTOgram and luncheon at the
fonple Thursday, Feb. 28.
I his is ;, j,,jn[ pr,)gram 0f the
prchdiocese Council of Catholic
""men. Church Women United
nd Synagogue Women of Dade
'ounty. in cooperation with the
"omen s Division of the (ireater
puu Jewish Federation.
THK PROGRAM, scheduled
F start at 9 a.m., will highlight
I'ne Sanctuary, Israel and Jewish
"''day- Rabbi Louis I.ederman
".'explain the meaning and Big-
""nance o| the sanctuary and its
ymbolism,
\nita I.ederman will deliver
!,,;dva' Torah .a Bible message.
'ua Parr, a representative of
l,M'( nmmiimt., u,.l.,.;,... <...
ling visitors to see the Gold
Coast's attractions.
\ prominent rabbi and cantor
will officiate at all the complete
synagogue services, Rabbi Stern
added In addition to guests on
the Passover package plans, the
Diplomat also will welcome fami-
lies and special groups for the se-
der services
Bunny Horowitz, proprietor of
the Arthur Godfrey Road
boutique Berenaka, described
a parade of international
fashions which highlighted a
luncheon Feb. 14 for the
(ireater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division
Miami Reach campaign event
at the Fontaine Room of the
Fontainebleau Hotel, bached
by the American Balalaika
Orchestra.
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Torah Congregation in Hoca Ra-
ton, chairman of the Southern
Presidents and Directors Council,
Southeasl Region of United Sy-
nagogue ol America, announced
that the next Presidents Council
and Directors meeting will be
held Sunday, Feb. 26 at Temple
Heth Moshe in North Miami
Philip Green, past national
treasurer and national vice-pres-
ident and presently chairman ol
the United Synagogue National
Enrollment Plan Committee, will
be the guest speaker.
HERBERT Lelchuk, vice-
president of the Southeast Re-
gion, noted that Henry Sender ol
Nashville, Tenn., the Regional
president, will attend. Greetings
will be given by Stanley Gotland.
president ol Heth Moshe. and a
d'var Torah will he presented by
Rahlii Louis I.ederman of Beth
Moshe.
In addition to the Council
meeting, there will he a series (>|
four seminar workshops conduct-
ed during the morning, \lyra
Fair, chairwoman, Community
Relations Committee of the
(ireater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, will lead a workshop on so-
cial action in the synagogue,
Helen \\ eisherg, chairwoman.
Middle East Update '78, will
chair the seminar on Israel af-
fairs. Irving Jaret, executive di
rector of Temple Beth Moshe
will conduct a workshop on ad-
ministering the synagogue \
workshop on programming will
be led b) Rabbi Seymour Fried-
man, executive director ol the
Southeast Region ol I nited Sy-
nagogue of America
THE SOUTHERN Presidents
and Directors Council meets peri-
odically throughout the year, and
is composed nl the following affi
liated Conservative congrega
tions in South Florida
Temple Beth Da\ id, rempleOr
Olom, Temple Zion, Temph
Kmanu-El, Temple Samu-l i
Temple Menorah, Temple N<
Tamid, 'Temple Beth Moshe ai,
Heth Torah Congregation.
Congregation Kennereth ol
Miami Lakes. Temple Zamora.
Temple Sinai of Hollywood,
Temple Beth Israel of Fort I.au
derdale; Beth El. West Palm
Beach; 'Temple Sholom, Pompa-
no Beach: 'Temple in the Pines
Pembroke Pines; B'nai 'Torah
Congregation ol Hoca Raton; and
Tamarac Jewish Center of Ta-
manic.
miaiini
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Women's Division
of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
In accordance with the By-Laws of the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation that the names of the current no-
minating committee shall be published in order to seek recommen-
dation for nominees for office, we submit that:
Gwen Weinberger, Chairman
Kathie Grossman
Paul Levy
Dava lipsky
Phyllis Orseck
Marvis Schaecter
Tanya Zallea
Nancy Lipoff, previous Chairman
will accept recommendations mailed to them at the Women's Divi-
sion, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biscayne Boulevord,
Miami, Florida prior to March 1, 1978
"mmunitv
p'i ......w,,,i> iieuu urns v oun-
!" lewish Federation, will
peak on |8rae|
"1 Lelchuk, president of
2K*.....' '",(! lu'r committee
""discuss Jewish holidays
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Friday, February 24
1STT8
DINING OUT IS IN
Passover Kosher1
Tours Offered
Atlas International Tours, in
cooperation with travel agents, is
offering Passover Holidays vaca-
tions at six hotels at various va-
cation spots, with fullv conduct-
ed Glatt Kosher seder services.
Services will be held in Puerto
Rico at the El San Juan Hotel
and Towers and the El Conquis-
tador Hotel and Club.
IN FLORIDA, services will be
held at the Americana Hotel of
Bal Harbour. In Acapulco, Mex-
ico, at the Hyatt Regency Plaza
International and in Europe, at
the De Mar Hotel in I'alma de
Majorca and the Loews Monte
Carlo of Monaco.
Scouts'Recognition
Ceremony Set
The Jewish Committee on
Scouting for the South Florida
Council announced that its annu-
al recognition ceremony will be
held Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at Temple
Beth David.
Recent recipients of the Aleph
and Ner Tamid Awards will be
recognized and Shofar award
winners will be announced, as
well as other award recipients.
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Wanted: Citizens for Tourism
ThP Miami Heach Tourist De- for the CFT Committee.
inment Authority is seeking
'Crnbers of its Citizens for
tourism ICFTI Committee.
Were t > utilize
the
"were ii'"6 .7 i j
mapped reservoir of knowledge
"Xmany retired (or semi-
Uredl IH'ople who have come
Rafter successful careers in
Jr parts of the United States
d Canada.'' declared Beverlye
einberger. newest member of
rTDA who conceived the idea
"WE'D LIKE to meet with
these volunteers once a month, or
whatever time is needed, to get
their input on ways to improve
Miami Beach tourism sug-
gestions for events to stimulate
business ways the industry
could do its job better," Mrs.
Weinberger added.
Anyone interested should
contact Mrs. Weinberger at the
TDA in Miami Beach.
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BarAAitzvahs
X
Weinstein
JEFFREY WEINSTEIN
Jeffrey Weinstein. son of Dr.
and Mrs. Gerald Weinstein. will
be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Feb. 25 at 9
a.m. at Beth David Congre-
gation.
Jeffrey is a student at Beth
j David, and he formerly attended
' the Solomon Sehechter Day
School of Beth David He is in
the seventh grade at Palmetto
Junior High School, where he is
first clarinet in the Lancer Band.
DR. AND Mrs. Weinstein will
host the kiddush following ser-
vices in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday, Feb. 25 at
their home.
Special guests will include
Jeffrey's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Weinstein and Dr.
and Mrs. Samuel Zalmanoff of
Miami Beach.
ANDREW DAVID HARRIS
Andrew David Harris, son of
Mr and Mrs Marshall Harris.
was called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Feb. 18 at
Temple J udea of Coral Gables.
A seventh grade student at
Ransom-Everglades School, An-
drew enjoys water sports, horse-
back riding and plays the guitar.
A luncheon in his honor was held
following services.
OUT-OF-TOWN guests in
eluded Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Har-
ris ol Beverly Hills. Calif ; Mr
and Mrs Henry Stampleman of
Larchmont, N.Y.: Mr, and Mrs.
Mike Stark of Detroit: and Mr.
and Mrs Jesse Solteof I'aterson,
N.J.
JOSHUA IAN MURRAY
Joshua Ian Murray, son of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph T. Murray, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah.
Saturday, Feb. 25 at Temple Or
(Horn.
Joshua is in the eighth grade at
Glades Junior High School He is
a former student of South Dade
Hebrew Academy His hobbies
include horseback riding and rol-
ler skating.
IN ADDITION to Oneg Shab-
bat and kiddush at Temple Or
Olom, there will be a reception
and dinner at the Murray home
Saturday night.
Special guests include Mr. and
Mrs Richard Murray, uncle and
aunt; and cousins Karen and
Debra. from Fast Northport.
Long Island. NY.
Miami International
Boat Show Opens
The 1978 Miami International
Boat Show opens in the Miami
Beach Convention Center Friday
evening. Feb. 24. The J7th edi-
tion of the natkm's largest public
marine extravaganza which
runs through March 1 will be
the largest Miami International
Boat Show in history.
The 1978 MIBS will feature
$70 million worth of boats, en-
gines and marine accessories dis-
played by more than 600 interna-
tional and national firms repre-
senting virtually every phase of
the yachting and marine indus-
try," says MIBS Fresident Wil-
liam S. Simpson.
MIBS officials are preparing
for an estimated crowd of more
than 300.000. Simpson says that
the show has topped this mark
for the past three years.
Dr. Ephrain Friedman. Dean of the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, made a special presentation to Archie Miller, shown
holding the microscope welcoming him as a charter member.
With Dean Friedman and Miller are Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Raumritter. co-chairmen of the forthcoming gala dinner for the
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, scheduled for March 2H at
6 p.m. at the Konover Hotel. Sidney E. Blank is dinner
chairman.
Nathansons to Receive City Of
Peace Award at Night for Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nathanson
have been selected to receive the
City of Peace Award at a Night
for Israel Dinner to be held in the
Regency Room of Fifty Seven ()-
One. Tuesday. Feb. 28 at 6:30
p.m.
Serving as chairman for the Is-
rael Bonds event is Abe Shakun.
who is being assisted by Pearl
Berish and 1'earl Wachtel, dinner
chairpersons. Genevieve Medow,
reservation chairperson: and Ja-
cob Goldblum, head of the host
committee
HAROLD Medow will be act-
ing as toaslmaster with Israel
Amilai. Israeli television director
and journalist, as guest speaker.
Sylvia Drosnes, chairman of
the Ocean !'a\ili(in Israel Bond
Committee, announced that ar-
rangements have been completed
tor the annual Night lor Israel
tribute to be held Tuesday. Feb.
'- .a 7:30 p.m in the Card Room
Jaj Trilling will serve again as
honorary chairman
Herman and Etta Sternlieb.
active in Jewish communal and
educational organizations in their
home town of Wilkes-Barre. Pa.,
have been chosen to receive the
Israel Solidarity Award for their
efforts on behalf of Israel's eco-
nomic development.
THE EVENING'S program
will feature American-Jewish hu-
morist Emil Cohen.
Nathan and Edna Turtletaub
will be recipients ol the Israel So-
lidarity Award at the annual Gal-
ahad Dade A" Night in Israel to
be held Wednesday. March 1 at 8
p.m
In making the announcement.
Joseph J. Walker, chairman of
the building's Israel Bonds Com-
mittee, noted that Emil Cohen.
American Jewish humorist, will
provide the entertainment.
ASSISTING Walker in the
preparations are Edward Ensig.
Harry Fein. Morris Lunlz.
George Moss. Harry Rosenberg
and Sam Sudak.
Herman Douglass, president of
Temple Zamora. will receive the
Israel Solidarity Award at a
breakfast saluting Israel's 30th
anniversary Sunday. March 5 at
111 a.m. in the temples Harry
Harris Hall.
In making the announcement.
Rabbi Akiva Brilliant, spiritual
leader of the congregation, noted
that Douglass would be honored
tor his 25 years ol leadership at
Temple Zamora and his efforts on
behali ol the State ol Israel
LOUIS Chartor, chairman for
the.event, is being assisted by
Florence Boss. Sisterhood pres-
ident
American-Jewish entertainer
Larry I torn w ill be featured
Dr, Lewis E. Weingarten,
chairman of the Royal Bahamian
Israel Bonds Committee, an-
nounced that plans have been fi-
nalized for the annual breakfast
for Israel to be held Sunday.
March "> at Id a.m. in the Royal
Bahamian Clubhouse
SIDNEY and Bertha Tishman.
active in Jewish communal af-
fairs in Detroit and Miami, have
been selected to receive the Israel
Solidarity Award.
Television personality Eddie
Schaffer will be special guest.
Congressman Lehman to Receive
AMW Humanitarian Award for 1978
1'earl Schwartz, chairman of
Florida Council of American
Mizrachi Women's Scholarship
and Special Gifts, announces that
the Humanitarian Award'' for
1!>78 will be bestowed upon Con-
gressman William Lehman, from
the State of Florida, for his pur-
suit of peace in the Middle Fast
on Sunday. March 5 at noon in
the Fden Roc Cotillion Room.
'The occasion also will mark the
15th annual AMU scholarship
and special gifts luncheon Fran-
Molly Picon To
Celebrate Birthday
Veteran actress petite Molly
Picon, who began her stage
career at five, is celebrating her
80th birthday on Tuesday. Feb.
28.
Miss Picon is now starring
with Hans Conried at the Golden
Apple Dinner Theatre in The
Second Time Around, playing
through March 26. A special 80th
birthday cake will be presented to
Miss Picon by her co-star Hans
Conried. producer Robert Ennis
Turoff and the cast.
Congressman Lehman
cine Katz is president of the Flo-
rida Council. Jeanne Finkelstein
and Bea Young serve on the
scholarship committee.
THROUGH this special fund,
the youth of Israel are provided
with the opportunity to receive
vocational and acdemic education
and spiritual training.


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Friday. February 24
UM Offers Jewish Culture Class*
m
a* iSabbmttal Devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
Under the auspices of the RABBI EMANUEL GREEN, Ph.D., D.D.
GREATER MIAMI RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION Coordinator :j
Brotherhood, Missionaries and
Interfaith Dialogues
8
Bv RABBI MAX
A I.IPSCHITZ
Beth 1'urah Congregation
On Feb 6, I attended the an-
nual Temple Israel Institute for
the Clergy which attracted about
125 clergymen from the entire
communitj
Incidentally, the attendance is
dwindling annually, far less than
the 500 who attended five and
seven years ago.
THE THEME of the institute
was "Missions and Missionar-
ies." Presentations were made by
Father Macoon, an Episcopalian
priest, and Rabbi Balfour Brick-
ner of the department of interreli-
gious affairs of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
(Reform).
Their views were refreshingly
candid, intellectually stimulat-
ing, avoiding the usual trite in-
terfaith cliches, condescensions
and mutual maudlin plaudits.
One might ask. at the outset,
how effective in curing anti-Se-
mitism and improving Jewish-
Christian relations are these in-
terfaith dialogues? One must
concede that the meeting be-
tween Jews and non-Jews, espe-
cially clergymen, certainly pro-
motes greater understanding be-
tween us in its attempt to achieve
social harmony and friendly rela-
tions.
THE KIND of dialogue held at
Temple Israel surely is educa-
tional and offers the clergymen
an opportunity to exchange
views and to explode religious
myths. For example, Father Ma-
coon stated that "Jews for Je-
sus" are neither good Jews nor
good Christians. You cannot be-
lieve in Jesus, as the son of G-d,
and at the same time, remain a
good Jew. The terms are contra-
dictory.
Neither are "JewislvChris-
tians" fulfilled Jews, because
practicing Jews, abiding by the
laws of the Torah and their belief
in the one G-d is, in itself, Jewish
fulfillment.
Would that our "Jews for Je-
sus" take to heart this statement
made by a highly intelligent
Christian scholar and one who is
thoroughly steeped in Christian
theology. But, it was important
for Christian clergymen to hear
this statement made by a fellow
Christian.
THE EPISCOPALIAN minis
ter also conceded that Christian
doctrine should not look upon the
church as a sole possessor of sal-
vation, and that those who do not
join the church are forever
damned and doomed.
It is not necessary for Chris-
tians to save Jewish souls and it
is not their duty to persuade as
many non-believers as possible to
accept Christianity. Incidentally,
this is also the unofficial doctrine
of the Catholic Church.
Again, it was important for
Southern Christian clergymen, as
well as rabbis, to hear these ad-
missions from a Christian
scholar.
OF COURSE, we have been
preaching this from the inception
of our religion. Judaism has nev-
er looked upon itself as the sole
dispenser of salvation. Formal
conversion to Judaism is not ne-
cessary for non-Jews to share in
Heavens rewards. "The
righteous, among the gentiles."
say our sages, have a share in
the future world."
But how effective are interfaith
dialogues in improving Jewish-
Christian relations? Have they
been strong weapons in our battle
against anti-Semitism? Hav< m
been able to convince Christian
colleagues the reasoi. lor our to-
tal commitment and loyalty to
the state of Israel1
How vividly do 1 recall ap-
proaching a number of Christian
leaders during the Six-Day War
and asking them to become sign-
atories in a full-page Miami Her-
ald plea to our government to
support Israel. Only a few re-
sponded.
WHEN WE called a meeting
after the war to discuss this with
the clergymen, the response was:
"We didn't realize how much Is-
rael really means to you." As for
stemming the tide of anti-Semi-
tism. I wonder whether an inter-
faith dialogue is really required
by genuine Americans who are
basically understanding and hu-
manitarian.
The anti-Semite who hates
Jews or Judaism or both would
not be convinced of his error by a
rabbi's declaration that the tat-
ter's brand of Judaism is as good
as Christianity. Real good will
stems from the ethical or moral
conduct among the Jews and
non-Jews in their day-to-day
dealings with each other, from
their common activity through
humanitarian and philanthropic
enterprises.
I am not implying that all ecu-
menical dialogues be dispensed
with. I am simply stating that we
had better not depend on it.
IF WE are sincere in our ef-
forts to create better relations be-
tween Jew and non-Jew, we must
realize that understanding will
come more by the minister
preaching against evils of anti-
Semitism and other antisocial
manifestations as an authentic
Christian in his church, and a
rabbi teaching the universal mes-
sage of Judaism from his rightful
place in the synagogue.
America not only tolerates reli-
gious differences but believes
firmly that religious liberty is in-
tegral to democracy. America is
not a religious "melting pot"; it
does not seek a uniformity of be-
lief in cultural expression.
American democracy is rather
the essence of the plurality of cul-
tures, with each racial and reli-
gious group encouraged to give
expression to its own particular
religious and cultural ideals.
WE ARE all dedicated to the
belief in the brotherhood of man
and the fatherhood of G-d. Each
group can, however, blaze its own
trail in approaching these sub-
lime goals.
This is exactly what often hap-
pens at these interfaith discus-
sions, when the commonality and
the similarities of all religions are
emphasized instead of the unique
differences. We also attempt to
water down our particular reli-
gious beliefs as a firm conviction
of the importance of our religion.
Judaism's attitude towards
brotherhood is best expressed in
the words of our sages:
peace among mankind, that none
should saj to his fellow
' 'My father was great"- than
thy father.' For the single
man was created to proclaim the
greatness of the Holy One,
blessed be He. for man Btamps
many coins with one seal, but
they are all alike, but the King of
Kings, the Holy One. blessed be
He. has stamped every man with
the seal of the first man. yet not
one of them is like his fellow
Therefore, it is the duty of every
one to say: "For my sake the
world was created.' (Sanhedrin.
37a)
WHERE in world literature
can one find a statement so spiri-
tually rich and so universal in
concept? Preservation of a single
life is as precious to G-d as the
preservation of the entire human
race.
G-d gave a particular charac-
teristic to every individual and
nationality. It is the duty of
every man, regardless of race, or
nationality, to say for his sake,
the world was created. Here is
expressed the entire philosophy
of a spiritual democracy, the infi-
nite worth and dignity of every
being.
Permit me to add that the ob-
servance of Brotherhood Week is
not only to help destroy non-Jew-
ish prejudice for the Jew, but to
help improve the attitudes of
Jews to non-Jews as well.
JUDAISM teaches us that
cheating a non-Jew, a gentile, is
to add the profanation of the
name of G-d to the sin of disho-
nesty. It teaches that it is the du-
ty of every Jew to offer charitable
assistance to gentiles, to aid their
poor, and help create a spirit of
mutual harmony.
And lastly, perhaps Brother-
hood Week should encourage not
only interfaith dialogues, but in-
trafaith communication. Namely,
to break down the barriers be-
tween the various forms of Ju-
daism.
I would like to hear more Re-
form, Conservative and Orthodox
Jews say to each other. "You go
to your temple and I will go to
my synagogue, but at least, let's
walk down the street hand in
hand, together."
Forte Forum To
Hear Henry Howard
The Forte Forum will present
,J ~?ward- a former member
of the Theatre Guild, who will
portray various characters in The
Emperor Jones at the Forte
Auditorium on Tuesday Feb 2fi
at lp.m.
"BUT A single man was creat-
ed, in order to teach us that if a
man causes a single soul to per-
ish, the Torah imputes it to him
as though he has destroyed an
entire world.
"If a man saves a life of a sin-
gle person, the Torah imputes it
to him as though he has saved a
whole world. But a single
man was created for the sake of
T.V. Programs
Sunday, Feb. 26
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 108 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Edwin Farber,
Temple Samu-El
Sunday. Feb. 26
"Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 7-8:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Julian Cook,
Temple Israel
Topic:
"Jewish Marriage
Encounters"
I)r \arot.
Temple Israel,
troduction to
course uttered
partmenl ol rei
Two scholars in the Jewish
community. Dr. Joseph R. Narot
and Kleizer I-asavin. are teaching
courses on Jewish faith and cul-
ture at the University of Miami
this spring.
senior rabbi at
is teaching In-
the Talmud," a
through the de-
ligion I smg Ei
nan Talmud as the text, the
class is studying the basic
theme- ol : hi Talmud, the t ime-
less questions debated in the
book and the lives ol the scholars
ot the Talmud.
FIFTEEN studi en-
rolled in the elemental") Yiddish
course being taught bj Lasavin
through the department ol tor
eign languages
The author ol novel--, short
stories and tales for children, La-
savin is the Florida correspon-
dent tor the Dailx Forward in
New York. Many ol his works
have been included in Yiddish
anthologies, anil he contributes
to various Yiddish publications
c
anao.
'tOrjjl
m the United States
Mexico and Israel
i ?iYJuiaShamir Judaic Studies at the l/\i
the University ol Miami uS
51st in this country t 3
courses in Yiddish
erature and folklore
elude such institutions as H
I
*, lit-1
vard. Yale, <
,md Northwe?
City of Hope Lunch,
Meeting to be Held
The I
ity ol ,1
bin chapter, IN I
will hold a mini
Point Fast H
Monday
Entertainment

bj Muttel the Me?
rheCitj ol lb
< hapter Point I isi
hold us meeting rhurs
23 at noon at thi v.
Federal Building, fi \ 1
St
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tissa
"As soon as he saw the calf and the dancing
Moses' anger waxed hot, and he cast the tables out of h
hands'' lExod. 32.191.
KI TISSA The children of Israel were counted and each I
man over 20 years of age contributed half a shekel ft]
ransom.'' Bezalel, son of I'ri. and Oholiab, son of AhisM
math, were appointed to head the artisans who made theI
Tabernacle and its vessels. The Israelites were warned not|
to violate the Sabbath day.
(iod gave Moses two tablets of stone containing the Ten
Commandments, written "with the finger of God lln
ever, to the impatient Israelites. Moses seemed to be tar-
rying too long on the mountain. They made a golden calf.
which Moses found them worshipping In his tun he
broke the two tablets of the Law. The idolaters were killed
by the members of the loyal tril>e of l.evi Moses prayed
successfully to (iod to spare the children of Israel despitl
their backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai again, and
there received a new set of stone tablets. When he des-
cended. "The skin of Moses' face sent forth beams, and
Moses put the veil back upon his face, until he went into
speak with Him" (Exodus34.35).
(The recounting o( the Weekly Portion the Law is extracted and MW I
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage.'' edited by P woiiitu*
Tsamir. $1 5. published by Shengold. The volume is available at 's M**
Lane, New York. NY. 10031. Joseph Schlang is president ol the soc"'
distributing the volume.
It is no disgrace to need help The only disgrace is in failing 10
SWPOJT THE GREATER miRmi JEWISH FEOERRTIORSIJ7I
WmBinED JEURSH RPPERi ISRAEL EmERGEDCV FUOD./V
4200 Biscdyne Boulevard. Miami, Florida 33137 M
Phone 576 4000 You and me We are one


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Business Notes
Santos, Scheckner Appointed
Intercontinental Bank an-
nounces the appointment of Al-
berto D Santos as vice president
and Rosaryn Scheckner as per-
sonnel manager
Santos serves at the Depart-
ment of Real Estate located at
the Intercontinental Bank main
office in Miami Beach
MRS. SCHECKNER has ex
perience in all aspects of recruit-
ing, interviewing and training of
personnel She works at the ad-
ministrative facilities of Inter-
continental Bank in Miami
Beach.
Scheckner
Economic Forecast
Ahead of Nation
While the United States exper-
ienced a slow, but steady, econo-
mic upturn during 1977. Broward
County was far ahead of the rest
of the nation, even setting some
local records. The year 1977 saw
significant increases in all seg-
ments of the local economy, with
record amounts being set in total
business receipts, retail sales,
and dollar value of deeds re-
corded.
Due to this local situation. At-
lantic Federal Savings and Loan
is forecasting a general, overall
economic boom for Broward
County during 1978.
"WE ARE anticipating the
South Florida area will exper-
ience an economy even stronger
than that of last year." said At-
lantic Federal President Donald
V. Streecer. Aided by the fore-
casted growth of 10.5 percent for
GNP on the national level. Brow-
ard County is expected to exper-
ience greater improvements than
forecast nationally.
Byron Cherkas
Byron Cherkas. a CPA. has
ended his partnership with Alex-
ander Grant and Co and has be-
come a partner with the firm of
Mesh. Dick. Baum. Lew and
Co.. CPA. 8740 N Kendall Drive
Cherkas. a 21-year resident, as
a B.A. and B.S. from Northwest-
ern University He is president of
the Florida Regional Purchasing
Council which is associated with
the Greater Miami Chamber of
Commerce.
Allied Stores
Raises Dividends
Thomas M Macioce. president
and chief executive officer of
Allied Stores Corporation, an-
nounced that its Board of
Directors has raised its annual
dividend rate by SO 10 to SI.20
per share of common stock from
SI.10.
The new quarterly dividend of
SO.30 per share will be payable on
April 20 to stockholders of record
on March 20.1978.
ALLIED Stores is one of the
nation's leading department
store organizations, operating
175 stores in 27 states This
includes 11 Jordan Marsh stores
in South Florida
National Appoints Andrea Marchi
National Airlines has an-
nounced the appointment of
Andrea 0 Marchi as staff vice
president of route development
In this newly created position.
Marchi will be responsible for the
planning and development of new
routes His work also will include
preparation and presentation of
material relating to Civil Aero-
naut ks Board proceedings.
Yehezkel Flomin isecond from left). Israels Deputy Minister of
Finance, who was guest speaker at a recent breakfast meeting
of the Israel Bonds Xew Leadership Xational Cabinet held at
the Eden Roc Hotel, chats with Glenda and Ronald Krongold
irighti of Miami and Gary Erlbaum. national new leadership
chairman Ronald Krongold is southeast regional chairman of
the Israel Bonds Xeu Leadership.
Rabbi to Present Original Cantata
Rabbi Emeritus Joseph A.
Gorfinkel will present his orurinal
cantata The World of Shalom
Alaichem after regular services
Friday. Feb 24 at Temple Beth
Moshe in North Miami
The cantata features a number
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
-"- the undersigned desiring to
engage la hiamsasi under the
fictitious name TOl'NG.
GRANOFF LOPEZ. Accoaa-i
at JM4 West Br
evard Plantation.
S312 Intend to register said
with the Clark of the
ACCOUB-
Circuit car of Broward County
Florida
Packman. A Nevsrahl
:Ol BncAaU Annul
Suite M
Miami rend* Bill
Attorney* tor Youog
Oi iff A Lopes lac
f* ia. it. at. i#t
of Yiddish songs representing
ideas and values of people of the
Shtetel The cantata pays tribute
to the Eastern European Jewish
community
RABBI Gorfinkel will narrate
the cantata and Cantor Moshe
Fnedler will chant the musical
portions
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage tn business under the Be-
titioui name ALFONSO k
ASSOCIATES at 1TS SW Sth
street suite XT Miami, norlda
S3 US intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the.
Circuit Court of Dad* County
Florida
JUAN M ALFONSO
AUGUST ALFO NSO JR.
Jaa 7T. Ft* I. la it. in
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT FOR
DADC COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
F e S.rnM-" l
Division SaWv M Weaver
IN RE ESTATE OF
NICHOLAS A TERES:
Deceased
NOTICE OF
AD MTNISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
TOV ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FTET tMal Hm administration of
the estate af NICHOLAS A
TERES'. de .-eased File Number
71 jBJB j pendLng ir. the O
Court for Dade County FlondA
Probate Division the address of
Ti West Flagier Street
Miami F.cnda IS1M The
personal representative of the
estate la CATHERINE J
TERES! whose address is 3927
IWMUCwarl Via.-. PI 33154
The name and address ot the
persona; representative s at-
torney are set forth below
afl persons hav-_-.g claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE r ATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION F
TKS NOTICE to BM tM UM
clerk of the above court a arstsss:
statement cf ar> -..-
demand they may .lave E:-
claim must be _- VTstMsJ a.-:
must indicate the basj f:r _-
claim the name and address c<
the creditor Of MM agent or at
iorr.ey and the arr:c-_-
If the claim is not yet Mm ::t
date aiwr .: .. become doe
shall be stated i; BM :.*- .<
cor.a.-.ge.-- :- .-..; ..daleJ UM
nature of the ^-.certainty shaL be
stated If Bm -.A.m. s sec--*;
the security shall be dsacr
The EsaMnaal *.-.a.. deL-ver
sufficier.t copies of the liall Ic
the clerk to enable _-. ;lers U
mail one copy so each personal
representat.". e
All persons u-.terested In the
estate to hom. a rcp> :! _-.
Notice of Ad.~._-.istrabor has
been mailed are req-.red
WITHIN THREE MONTH!
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIP.ST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE to Bit any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent s -...
the qualifications of the personal
representative or the SssM :r
junsdic tior. of the c o
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
.AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FTLED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of AdministraOor.
February 24 1P7
Catherine J Teresi
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
NICHOLAS A TERESI
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
JOSEPH McMULLEN
TPCoralWav Miami F. 33155
Telephone SOS eaVas'.e
Feb 34 March 3 19TS
CIRCUIT COURT
I'TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NO 'S-2S7FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE TheMarnageof
ELIE GABRIEL MEDARD
Husband

GLADYSMEDARD
Wife
You GLADYS MEDARD Rue
T-#E No !: Cap Haitian Haiti
1 are hereby nouf led to ser\ e
a copy of your Answer to the Dis-
solution of Marriage filed
against you upon Husband s at-
torney GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESO. 612 N W I2lh Avenue Ml
arr.i Florida 3S136 and flie 0rip.
na] with Clerk of Court on or be-
fore March 31 19TS. otherwise
the Petition will be confessed by
pas
Dated this 22nd day of Febru-
ary IBT|
RICHARD P BRINKEP.
CLERK
ByG S Carlie
Deputy Clerk
Feb 24. March 3. 10. IT 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Ci.il Action No
76-3D7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
STEAD MAN N
GREAVES husband
and
SHARLENEV
Greaves wife
TO SHARLENE V
GREAVES
5830 NORTH
SHERIDAN ROAD
CHICAGO ILLINOIS
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy' of your
written defenses, if any to It on
ARTHUR H LTP30N attorney
tor Petitioner whose address Is
aS2 BIRD ROAD MIAMI
FLORIDA 13165 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 31 itT. otherwise a
default win be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 33 dav of
February. 1PT8
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Oreult Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Carlie
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
Feb 24: March 3. 10. 17.1978
-----------NOTICE UNDER------------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name LATIN AMER
ICAN JEWELRY intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Schigiel Jewelry Corp
36 NE 1st Street
Suite 615
Miami Fla 33133
Feb 24 March 3 10 17.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned deslnng to
engage in business under the
fictitious name CAR SOUNDS at
1806769 South Dixie Highway
Miami Fla intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Flo n da
Florida Car
Sounds Inc
Feb 24 March 3 10 17.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
BMl Bm undersigned desiring to
engage ir. business under the
jus name MUSICAL DE
SS at 4360 NW 79 Ave
tOaml Springs Fla 33166 in-
tends tc register said name with
BM Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
r Smith Jr
Feb 24 March 3 10 17 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
s 'TICK :> HEREBY GIVEN
glMd desiring to
engage Hi business under the
>ui name food n
COUNTER intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
urt of Dade County
Ida
MARINA POL\ AY
9280 NE 10 Cl
Miami Snores
Feb IT. 36 IfTl
---------NOTICE 6F ACTION-------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No '6-J2J3 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
LUCIENNE STRACHAN
Petitioner Wife
and
EDW ARD STRACHAN
Respondent Husband
TO EDWARD STRACHAN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to sen-e a copy of your
- r Men defenses if anv to It on
DANIEL RETTER ESJ attor
ney for PeUtioner whose ad
dress is 801 Dade Federal
Building 101 East Flagier
Street Miami Florida 33131 and
BM in* original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before March 31 1978 otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded ir.
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
F'.or.da on this 21 day of
February 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
ByN A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petiuor.er
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagier Street
Miami Florida S3131
Phone 388-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 24 March 3. 10 17 1978
IN THE CltCUIT COURT Po*
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7-n 2?
Dmj.cn 13
IN RE ESTATE OF
FANNIE GOTTFRIED
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMLNISTRATION
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 FANNIE GOTT
FRIED deceased. FUe Number
78-1177 U pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County Florida.
Probate Division the address of
which U 73 West Flagier Street.
Miami Florida The personal
representative of the estate Is
MARVIN GOTTFRIED whose
AAtraas u 339 East loth Street
New York City New York 10006
The name and address of the
personal representative- at
torney *r set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE hTT^
THE FIRST PL-ElK**
THIS NOTICE to nuT'^
clerk of the above coun.^
statement of any cu!>
demand they mav h.**
claim must be in *!,.'/*
must indicate the baitaa *
claim, the name andal^*
the creditor or ..*?
torney4ndtheamou^t.
If the claim is not vi Tmw
date when it w,u be ^ *
hall be stated If JK'Sj!
contingent or unliqUicMti -!
nature of the unc^im^*
stated If the claim M
the security Shall be %*
The claimant shall a%?
sufficient copies of the hT*
the clerk to enable <$**
mall one copy to elch pS*
representative A
All persons interest* u,,,
esute to whom, a copy ?
Notice of Admimstr^S
been mailed are reaUi?
WITHIN THREE sj^iw
FROM THE DATE OF S
firstpi-blicath.nofS
NOTICE, to fiie any Qi
they may have that cht!,JJ
the validity of the ^^
will, the qualifications T*
personal representative or a.
venue or Jurisdiction of tnecT
ALL CLAIMS DEMAvS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT
FILED WILL BE FOREVT?
BARRED
this
Date of the first publication*
Is Notice of Adrr.ir.utfiN.
February24 1971
MARVIN GOTTFRIED
As Personal Represer.uav,
of the Estate of
fannie ; ttfried
attorney fop. personal
representat:. e
law offices
melvinf frankel pa
420 Lincoln Road Suite tM
Miami Beach F.cr.daSJiSt
Telephone MM M4-4OE
Fet "4 March! :nI
IN rHk CIHtUIT COURToT
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDF0R
DADE COUNTY FLOHIO*
PROBATE OIVISION01
File No "a-lllf
IN RE ESTATI
FREDF BROWN
a k a FRET ERICKF
BROV. N
Deceased
M 'TICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVBGl
CLAIMS OR DEMANDll
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AM ML 0THTJI
PERSONS INT? RESTED 3 I
SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY N07i
FIED that the admuustrttmsl
the esute of FRED F BROWi. |
a k a FREDERICK T
BROWN de,ea-: .ate of ta* I
County Flonda -
1119. 'is pending the COT* I
Court in and for Dad* Couiti
Flonda Proba'.r DlvWN
address of *". r.x-
Dade Counl
West Flagier Streel MM
Flonda 131 Ml TM persxa
reoreser.tat:-. thll estate I
HELEN M BREESI taW
address is 29e: n a .
Miami rtortda
and address of lh tttomeysfj
the personal rcpresentatm M j
set forth N- -
All pers.
demands against lh '*it2
required WITHIN "HREJ
MONTHS FR I Tfg
THE FIRST PI Bl T S
THIS NOTICE
clerk of the at--
sutement of
demand they ma) haw
claim must be -
must indicate tl
claim the name 1 *****'
the creditor or
torney. and the ,
If the claim is not
date when R ~*
shall be stated II ft* c"
conUngent or unliq-ioAM*
nature of the imwruint] s*-"
stated If the dain """:
the security Mall be Ml'^rZ
The clalmar.t snail *^"
sufficient copies Ins ^"
the cierk of the above V"
court to enable the cle* "
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liday. February 24, 1978
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Page 15-B
Religious Directory
Sitmar Presents Broadway, Nostalgia
MIAMI
1AVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION.
V5vv67thAve_Orthodox
-chE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
!^ThAve Conservative.
cr HREIRA CONGREGATION
R. M 112th St Liberal Rabb,
Tarry T.hachniKot. (3 A)
IMPLEBETH AM"" Dr. Herbert
UN Kendall Orive Baumgard
buth Miami-*'7 H*7 senior Rabbi
[ Mitchell Chef.ti. Associate Rabbi
Friday Religious Service
1:30 p.m.
Rabbi Baumgard will discuss:
"n the Shadow ol the Leader,
The Story o
Certain Unsung Heroes"
UrdayMorn.ng J^f^f
rah!
r, DAVID IbJi SW 3rd Ave
fonservat.ve Rabb, Sol Landau
iantorA'H'amLipson (4 A)
TH DAVID SOUTH '500 SW 120th
W[, conserve.ve Rabb. Sol Landau
;anlor William Lipson (4 B)
ETMKODESH-
Modern Traditional
lOISWUthAve. 858 6334
iBDi Ma Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
lie Friday E venmg Service 8.15pm
Cantor Segal will serve
as quest speaker on
Our Jewish Responsibility"
Daily Mmyon lor Yahneiten
D.m> IS a m 5 OOp m
Sunday 8 a m
Saturday Services 8 45am
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the weekly portion___________
Pioneer Relorm
Synagogue
lb HE nth St Miami
3 500
Dr Jo.eph Narot. Sr Rabbi
I s.t.icesE very Friday at 8pm
Rabbi Narot will discuss
Don t Count Your Blessinqs"
Orel nlield Lecture Series
Sunday 10am
Rabbi Jacob Agus
8000 Miller Road
wiservative 271 2311
' Norman N Shapiro, Rabbi
intor Ben Dickson
*nl Honor Educational Director
vran Smolensky Musical Director
acSimonholl t .ir I, Childhood Dr
ookii'Hi-rii Coordinator
Friday Service 8: IS p.m.
Jewish Music Sabbath
|r. Norman N Shapiro will officiate,
'empie Zion Choir will participate
mder direction ot Avron Smolensky
Saturday Service:
Or Shapiro will speak on
the Sedrah of the week
Bar Mitr.ah Jeffrey RuSSO
MIAMI LAKES
IINNEREIH CONGREGATION
[4040 NW 58 Cl Rabbi Bernard A
"ver Conservative
r^ HIALEAH
[FERETH JACOB TEMPLE 951 E
R" Ave Conservative Rabbi Dr
Nathan H Zwitman (15)
I
IV ICVPlC 6438 'iW 8th St
Einservative Rabb' Charles Rubel
h A N D r, R E
\ .OGUE '600
|V. 1 Orlhodo Rabbi R.iipri
A
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Conserval .
Farbei
NAGOGUE OF KENDALE LAKES
:habad 14456 Kendale Lakes Blvd ,
irVanv 33183 Orthodox Rabbi Elieier
lAeye'
MPLE ZION
NORTHMIAMI
V. .-f,9SHE CONGREGATION
'S NE I2M SI Conservative Rabbi
oil's Lederman Rabbi Emeritus
losepn Gorfmkle Cantor Moshe
nedler 135)
MIAMI BEACH
hr!hiM ISRAEL 71 Carlyle Ave
yrtnodox Raobi Sheldon N Ever
iMhLJ1: 2* Plne Tree Dr
Jrthooox Rabb. Alexander Gross (5)
^'AEL 401nS' Orthodox
laobiMoroecai Shapiro 08)
QrmJAC2B 30' Washington Ave
U"hodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Swir
' (-an'or Maurice Mamches (19)
EMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
'> Jefferson Ave. M.B.
Cantor Saul H Breeh
5384112
Kabalat Sabbath 5.30 p.m.
Late Services I p.m.
^""Speaker: CantorS. H Breeh
Topic:
The Development of
Jewish Music"
Choir to participate
saiurday 8:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr LeonKronish 538-7231 Liberal
Cantor David Conviser
Friday Services 8: iSOrgan Prelude 7:4$
Dr. LeonKronish will discuss:
"Will American Liberal
Judaism Disappear in
Two Generations?"
(First in a series of two sermons)
Sabbath Services- 10:4Sa.m.
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform Rabbi
Ralph P Kingsley Cantor Irving
Shulkes (37)
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION 843 Meridian Ave^ Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig (72 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION 935
Euclid Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Israel
M Tropper Cantor Henry Fuchs
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION 843 Meridian Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig (22 A)
CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Rd
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1700 Michigan Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Dow Ro/encwaig (23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION '15 Washington
Ave Orthodox Rabbi Meir Mashah
Mclamed (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
willdiscuss:
"Ransom lor Your Soul"
Saturday Mornmq ServiCr 9am
The Rabbi will preach
on the weekly Torah Portion
[ IZ CHAiM CON'.Rf (.A TiON
.runqtonAvr Orthodo-
IS.u
GOLD COAM SYNi 5445
Coiiins Avenue Consi rval
hi BRI A< Al
Dr Orthodoi RaW .....
1
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNi '
,OGUI 1533 rVashingi
. 1 r H Stei
v .
KING SOLOMON TEMPLE 1031 Lin
loin Ua Modern Conservative R.ibbi
David W.iiiti Cantor N.ith.in P.irn.iss
I
Orthodox Rabbi 1

.. CONGfi EGA1 N 112
prtl
TEMPLE MENOHAH
620 75th Street Conservative
866 0221
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti
Cantor Nico Feldman
Daily Minyan
Weekdays' 45 am 5 2opm
Sunday 8 30 am 6 30 pm
Friday Evening Services 8 5 p m
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
Rabbi Abramowiti will preach
NEW TAMID TEMPLE 80th SI and
Tatum Waterway Conservative Dr
Eugene Labovitz Cantor Edward
Klem (29)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER '800 H.spanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh (3? A)
OHEV SHALOM '055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Phmeas A
Weberman Cantor Sydney W
Feinsmith (80)
OHR HACHAIM CONGREGATION 317
47 St Orthodox Rabbi TsviG Schur
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias (3D
NORTHMIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
NE Miam Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor lan
Alpern (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19/Si
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jacob I
Nishck (33 A)
AVENTURA JEWISH CENTER 2972
Avenlura Blvd North Miami Beach
Conservative Rabbi Seymour Fried
man
fBETH TORAH1
CONGREGATION
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
947-7$2|
Conservative
Or Max A. Lipschiti. Rabbi
Cantor David Bagley
Late Friday Services p.m.
Saturday Services :30a.m
Daily Chapel Services
7:30 a.m., $:30p.m.
Sundayla.m. 5:30P m.
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 Left (39)
CORAL GABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER. COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE. University of Miami 1100
Miller Drive Rabbi Robert A Seigel.
Asst Dir Morton Aroll.
HJUOEA TEMPLE 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Dr Akiva
Brilliant Cantor Louis Hershman
(41)
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D Vine (50)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 183
NE 8th St Conservative Rabbi Paul
Bender <5D
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE 310 SW 62nd
Ave Conservative Rabbi Max
Landman (4' B)
TEMPLE BETH EL 1351 S 14th Ave
Relorm Rabbi Samuel Jafte
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE 4601
Arthur St Conservative Rabbi
Morton Malavsky Cantor Irving
Gold v
SiNAi TEMPLE 1201 Johnson St Con
servative Rabbi Paul M Kat/ Rabbi
eritus Davni Shapiro (651
;'lE SOLEL 5I0P Sheridan St
Hollywood. Fla 33021 Rabbi Robert
P Frazin Cantor Bruce Malm (C 4')
PLANTATION
I ON |( Wish CONGREGA
TION 400 s Nob Hill Rd .
lorm Rabbi Sheldon J Han 64
Rl CONS T RUC TIONIST SYNA
. .Ui M'3NW4thSt (691
MIRAMAF
, ... rEMPLI 6920 SW 35th St
ervativi Avrom Dra/m
"or Abraham Kester
D( ERF I D Bf ACH
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IBei
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YO N OF HO.
Orthodox
.. nzei
CORA
-1 Riverside
..... onard Zoii
HALLANI
HALLANl'AiE IEWISH (.INTER
Aye Conservative Dr
Carl Klein Rabbi (I2i
PEMBROKF PINES
. TEMPLE 200 NW
Douqlas Rd Liberal Reform David
Goldstein, ed dir
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 Tatt
Street Conservative Rabbi Bernard
P Shoter
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE "00 W
Oakland Park Blvd Conservative
Rabbi Philip A LabowiU Cantor
Maurice Neu 142)
EMANUEL TEMPLE 3245 W Oak
land Park Blvd Reform Rabbi Joel
S Goor Canlor Jerome Klement (43)
OHEl B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE
4351 W Oakland Park Blvd Orthodox
Rabbi Saul D Herman
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9106
NW 5'th SI Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 A)
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
Broadway theater and nostal-
gic musical variety have been se-
lected as themes for Sitmar
I Cruises' April and May 14-day
' cruises which transit the Panama
Canal.
Theater and nostalgia buffs
will have four different itineraries
from which to choose. All passen-
gers booking Sitmar trans-canal
cruises in 1978 can fly free,
round-trip from any of 130 Sit-
mar air sea cities.
BROADWAY will be featured
aboard the TSS Fairwind sailing
i from Fort Lauderdale April 22
and from Acapulco sailing May 6
Nostalgia highlights the TSS
Fairseas trans-canal voyages de-
parting I-os Angeles May 6 and
San Juan May 20.
Bandleader Peter Duchin and
his Orchestra, along with a pro-
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE 200 >'8th St
Conservative Rabb. Dr Abraham I
Jacobson (22 B)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTEROFN
MIAMI BEACH. 5'1 NE >"*! St
Rabbi Nesim Gambach. Cantor Ar.e
Ovadia
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATERMIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd Miami. Fla 3313'
5'6 4000 Rabbi Solomon Scruff. Execu
tive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flagler. St, Miami. Fla 3313'
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 94'6094 Rabbi Seymour
Fneoman, Executive Director
CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
6:01
17 A DAK 1-5738
liiMional repertory company, will
be featured for Broadway cruises
while Bob Crosby and his Bob-
cats, vocalist Helen Forrest and
Fdgar Bergen headline the Nos-
talgia cruises.
Sisterhood Bargain
Bazaar to Be Held
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
of North Dade is holding its bar-
gain bazaar '78 Sunday. March 5
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Mon-
day. March 6 from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m.
There will be a snack bar and
parking is available. Master
Charge will be accepted The
temple is located in North Miami
Beach and the MIA bus No. 9
stops in front of the temple.
Joseph Goldstein, Yiddish Writer
Joseph Simon Goldstein, HI!, a
Yiddish writer on the staff of The
Jewish Daily Forward in New-
York for more than to years, died
at Mount Sinai Medical Center
after suffering a stroke at his
Miami Beach home.
Mr Goldstein was best known
for his humorous columns and
was editor oi the paper's Sunday
1 humor page.
IN 1976. Mr Goldstein pub-
lished a collection of his best
columns. The book (leramte
Felientonen Un Zichoynes
{Feature Articles in Rhymes and
Memoirs) was published in
Miami Beach.
He was a member of the Work-
men's Circle in New York and the
Jewish Writers Union.
He leaves his wife Clara.
SERVICES were held at
Riverside
Obituaries
APPLOFF, Rote, 70, on Feb Levitt
Interment Lakeside
CHERNOFF, Fannie 73 ol coral
Gables, on Feb 7 Gordon Intermenl
Star i'i i lavld
KISKNBERG. Jerome \i Riverside
GOLDSTEIN Marj ol Miami Beai h
on Feb 7 Rlveralde
in BEL Mrs Sadie S3 ol Miami
Beai h on Feb 7 Riverside Inter
ment Lakeside
HARRIS Benjamin, 70, "i Miami
Beai ii iordon
l>ULTK U"' M ::' ol Miami Beai h
on Feb 8 Riverside
k \kk \> Harry, S8 ol Miami Beai n
oi Feb 9 Levltl
GOLDER Calmon It -I ol Baj Harbor
Islands Riverside
CITY MEMORIAL AND
MONUMENT INC.
Monument-Markers
Granite and Bronze
7610 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33138
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
OFFICE: 759-1669
RES. 673-3923
,7 'Hi K.'h 9 River
KRAt'SS. Allan.
side
MONETT. Samuel James 61 onFb 8
Riverside Intermenl Mi Nebo
GOODMAN Irvln, "i Miami Beach, on
feb 9 Intermenl Lakeside
I'ECHNER. Irvln. 7,onFeb 9 L*vltl
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Evry Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
Levitt *
memorial chapels
ll PsmbreksM
H.rwod Fl.
til-7200
SONNY IfVITT f.0
13J85WD.ii.Hw)
North Miami, Fb.
94-3l5
The souths finest all
lewish Cemetery.
Providing choice memorial
or monumental plots
and garden a
mausoleum
W
lakeside. ,
M^nal
N W 25th SI at 103rd Ave
Miami, Florida33l48
Telephone: (305) 592 0690
Broward (305) 525-9339
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
Broward County
925-3396
1921 Pembroke Rd
i 1385 Wesl Dixie Highway
Rrpri tented bl 5 I i-vill, I P
New York: I1J 26.1 7MWQuivn-.Blvd & 76lh Rd ForestHills N.Y


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Friday. February 24
'!
Step Back in Time"
The Dupont Plaza
Hotel,downtown
Miami's premier
hotelrproud
presents
20th anni
Gala
Weekend
anniversary
Gala Celebration-1958 Prices-All Weekend-
Februiry24,25,&26tli
J. J. "Skip" Shepard. General Manager of the
Dupont Plaza Hotel, proudly invites you to
take a "step back in time" when the hotel cele-
brates its 20th Anniversary and rolls back
its' prices to the "nifty fifties" for the entire
weekend of February 24-26th.
Start the weekend in the Coffee shop with a
5c.. yes, 5c, would you believe, cup of coffee
and continue the celebration all weekend
by joining in one, or all of the following
festivities planned to show our appreciation
for your continued patronage over the past
20 years.
CMtratiiatiMS to Km BtfMt Plazi Httti
N Mr 2011 Ajwivtrsary
American Fruit Purwyori
American Paper t Cneracal Co toe
American Mining I Manufactis-ag Inc
Angctt Mm General Comrjcw
*ujust Brokers BaMry
Barco Oemcai Company
Carnage Una* OMMors
Clasaon Supply Inc
MehptlrWngSwpry
Oelpmn Draperies toe
Easier" Elevators Service Corp
toorat Uzarut Cempon,
lam or ga>r.
eps. CoU BoOfang ol Miam
Sanitary Lmtn i Unrtorr* ServKe
Somneast Fst National Bant o> Mum
Sou* Hotku Da "Voducn Co toe
Sunoaro Euc*< future Co Inc
Tria>Nown me
Unntd Sanrtaaor Services
WaMr E HeUer Company Soutncas
rtcftue Honojy Conee Co
Zeu Burning Service
Friday, February 24th
Coffee Shop-Starting at 7 a.m.-Coffee 5c a cup.
reduced menu prices throughout the weekend.
Bay view Dining Room6 to 10 p.m.-Table
d'hote dinners from $3.95
Encore Room5 p.m. til... Dancing to Disco Music
of the '50s. 2 drink minimum. 85c per drink.
Drinks for the entire weekend will be only 85c.
Saturday, February 25th
Bay view Dining RoomLuncheon Buffet
$3.75 per person, plus tax.
Bay view Dining Room-6 to 10 p.m.-
" Foods of all Nations'' Buffet, and relax to
the music of St rolling Violins plus dinner/
dance music, all for only $5.95 per person,
plus tax.
Sunday, February 26th
Start your day with a Spectacular Brunch in
the Bayview Dining Room. 11 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. for $4.95 per person, plus tax.
That evening make reservations to attend
our Gala Banquet celebration in the assembly
ball room. One seating only. Prime ribs of
beef dinner plus wine for $5.95 per person
incl tax. While dining enjoy dancing to the
music of the fabulous fifties. Dinner will be
served at 7 p.m. Starting at 6 p.m. there will
be a cash bar. 85c per drink.
For more information and/or Reservation
for the Gala Banquet-Call 358-2541. Daily
nine to five and ask for the Catering Office.
At "fifties" prices, you can't afford to
stay home!
>ont
ozo center
Hotel' ApartmtttM* Office BuiMlllg* Manna
300 Biscayiw Boulevard Wav Miami Floi ida 3313]
Tel i305>358 4i
300 Biscay lie Blvd Way Miami FL33I31 TVl 1305 > 358 2541
Ml
Henry let and Company' Commercial Bane 4 Trust Company
m Von Ar Condrtomna Reefer anon Saws 4 Same* **>' *vw
Mum Ho-u 33I3B
Commaraal Bant 4 Trust Company
Airman Coma any mc
Larry Km Mvlesatt MtaB 4 Provmon
Mum howl an Company
Mr amar row Company
Musk By Tnt Emartaatn
Ukonaf trsf*s
Dupont Plan Branc"
300 Brj
Bucayne Boulevard Way
- 33131

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February 24,1978
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Meyer Pesin to Address Jewish
[ational Fund Purim Ball March 26
Levin, vice president of
ish National Fund, an-
v.,',-,,; thai arrangements have
f pieted for Meyer Pesin
. principal speaker at the
ing Jewish National
,ditional 1'urim Hall on
Br,h 26 at the Fontainebleau
Lei Levin will introduce Pesin.
. \|r Pesin has distinguished
njelf as a national leader of
nerican Jewry in many capaci-
said Dr Irving Lehrman.
airman of JNF Foundation.
AT GREAT sacrifice. Mr.
Isin traveled the length and
With of the United States to
> the message of hope and
will, aroused great enthusi-
i, mustered support for the
lish National Fund, and for all
her Zionist activities on behalf
Israel, added Abraham Grun-
I, president of .Jewish National
Ed of Greater Miami.
fe-in i- the immediate past
leident ol the Jewish National
idol America. He came to this
L alter having served many
In as JNF Foundation chair
the inclining queen to be
wnedat the Purim Hall is Mrs
lanuel Mentz. The incoming
ncesses are Mrs. Moe (Sadie)
Meyer Pesin
Heiffen and Mrs Mimi (handeze.
MRS. MENTZ is chairperson
for women for Jewish National
Fund. Mrs Heiffen is the leader
of the Jewish National Fund at
the 1(H) Lincoln Koad complex,
and Mrs. (handeze of the Forte
Towers.
A musical program is l>eing ar-
ranged under the directorship of
Shmuel Fershko.
? *
?

td( rs the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Di-
ion campaign effort in the Coral Cables and South Miami
is sponsored a successful Feb. 7 event for lienefactors of the
; mb ned -leu ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund at the
lli Phyllis Rosen 'second from left). Taking part in leading
i i re Gloria Scharlin deft). Candy Raskin (rightI and
is St haecter.
fUlg "Shalom" to Robert Marcus and his family is Greater
ami Jen ish Federation "Miami Shalom" Chairman Kathy
ssman 'seated, left). The Marcus family, new residents of
hindall urea, were among those who took part in recent
Valom" tlpen house, welcoming newcomers into the commu-
p through the Federation's ongoing outreach programs.
Wren Brooke, age 10: Kellie. age 13; and Erin, age S. also
\<>\vd the occasion. For more information about upcoming
fttlom" events, contact the Federation.

Harriet Green To
Chair Committee
South Florida Zionist leader
Harriet Green has been named
national Huilding Fund commit-
tee chairman of Pioneer Women.
announced Mrs. Frieda l.eemon
of Detroit, national president of
the WOmen's Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of America.
Mrs Green, president of the
American Zionist Federation of
South Florida and of the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida,
will spearhead a nationwide cam-
paign to raise $2.5 million in 1978
for capital additions and im-
provements to the network of
community buildings operated in
Israel by Na'amat, Pioneer
Women's sister organization.
SOME 25 day care centers and
community centers have top pri-
ority for expansion and renova-
tion. Mrs. Leemon said. Included
among those centers slated for
additions is the Pioneer Women
day care center in Yamit. largest
Israeli settlement in the Sinai.
A graduate of Indiana Univer-
sity, with a H.S. degree. Mrs.
Green is in the Judaic studies
program at the University of Mi-
ami. She is a founding vice pres-
ident and a member of the na-
tional board of the American
Zionist Federation and has
served as chairman or coordinat-
or of Yom Haatzmaut (Israel In-
dependence Dayl programs in
South Florida for the past five
years.
Board Meeting
To Plan Dinner
The monthly board meeting of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish War Veterans. South Dade
Post 778. will he held at Temple
Samu-El Thursday. F"eb. 23 at 8
p.m.
Terry Stafford, membership
chairman, will discuss complete
plans for the paid-up membership
dinner to be held on Sunday. Feb.
26 at 7 p.m. at the Tamarind
Clubhouse She will be assisted
by Lillian Mott, Sylvia Green-
berg and Lillian Stricoff.
Leah Eisenman, a member of
the Auxiliary and patriotic in-
structor for the Department of
Florida will chair the installation
program at Temple Samu-El on
March 19.
Evelyn Cohen will take charge
ol refreshments assisted by Hose
Pollock and Sylvia Greenhcrg.
The installation will be held in
conjunction with the Post.
THE Auxiliary is collecting
food coupons from local news-
papers. They will be turned over
to Metro's Elderly Service
Division. Send coupons to Edith
Nevins. Auxiliary president.
Bay Harbor Islands Longwood Towers and Caravelle apart-
ment residents gathered with the town's General Chairman
Stanley G. Tate (second from right) recently in support of the
1978 Combined -leu ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Long-
wood Co-Chairmen Lewis Xathun Heft) and Edward Lei ine
(right)joined Caravelle Co-Chairman Daniel Brody in gathering
support for the ongoing Greater Miami .Jewish Federation cam-
paign effort.
Lillian Waxenberg lleft), wife of Westview Country Club Pres-
ident Richard Waxenberg, meets with other club leaders to plan
this week's Westview Women's Day on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division Other leaders
helping create the program for the 1978 Combined Jen ish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund are Heft to right) Rita Seaman.
Mike Gran off and Rue (taller.
Residents at the Corinthian on Collins Avenue gathered recent-
ly under the leadership of Chairman Alex Hanson (second from
left) to support the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund. Guest speaker was Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Vice President Norman H. Lipoff (right), who addressed a
group led by Sol Drescher (left), I. Ely Goldstein (center) and
Morris Marder (second from right).
Rabbi Alexander S. Cross. Dean of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy, recently
received the Educator's Award of Torah
Umesorah, the National Society for Hebrew
Day Schools The Educator's Award one
of the most distinguished honors of the
Hebrew Day School Movement is given
annually to outstanding leaders in Jewish
education. From left to right arc Moses 1
Feuerstein, chairman, executive committee
of the National Society for Hebrew Day
Schools; Rabbi Alexander S. Gross: William
Silverstein, honorary vice president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy: and Dr.
Joseph Kaminefsky, national director of
Torah Umesorah.


Page 18-H
*.lf*i*t-fftridk3r
Friday. February 24,
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERALJURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No '8205"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICEPROPERTY
WILFRED J UANGFORD
and IVONNE LANGFORD.
his wife.
Plaintiffs.
V8
H C LE HEW also
known as HOMER C
LEHEW. and
ROSALIE E LEHEW.
his wife.
Defendants
TO:
H C LE HEW also
known as HOMER C
LEHEW and
ROSALIE E LE HEW.
his wife
Cool Harbor Motel
15th Street and
Shenandoah Avenue
Front Royal. Virginia 23630
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to foreclose
a mortgage on the following
property In Dade County
Florida:
East half of Lot 61 less the
South 28 feet thereof, of BIS-
CAYNE HEIGHTS, ac-
cording to the Second
Amended Plat thereof,
recorded In Public Book 2 at
Page 78 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida,
has been filed against you and
you are required to file a copy of
your written defenses If any. to
it on HENRY M WAITZKIN.
Plaintiffs' Attorney, whose
addre* is 740 71st Street. Miami
Beach. Florida 33141. on or
before March 17. 1978 and file the
original with the Clerk of thi
Court either before service on
Plaintiffs' Attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on this 6 day of
February. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of aald Court
by: Willie Bradahaw. Jr.
Deputy Clerk
Feb 10.17. 24: March 3.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name of KELLER IN-
DUSTRIES INC. DBA
KELLER SCROLL at 800 NW
166th Street. P.O Box 64000B
Miami. Fla. 33168. intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
HENRY A KELLER.
President
Feb 10. 17.24. March3. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name MIGHTIEST
MORTALS at 6937 Red Road,
Miami. Fla 33143 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BARBARA HERTZ
RAE JAYINC
DBA
MIGHTIEST MORTALS
Feb 10. 17.24. March3.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name KOSHER
DELITE at 13091 NW 32nd Court.
Opa Locka. Fla 33054 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
SYLVIA WEINSTEIN. V.P
Feb 10.17.24: March3,l978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of TAPE
MASTERS at 1933 NW 21st
Terrace. Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
PROJECT A INC
STEPHEN A
MICHELSON. PRESIDENT
Attorney
PAULM MARMISH
LEVINE. RECKSON *
REED. ATTORNEYS
3901 Blscayne Blvd
Miami. Fla 33137
Feb 10. 17.24, March3.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 'I (44 EC (02)
IN RE Petition of
ARTHUR J EHRLICHand
ROSETTA K EHRLICH
TO WILLIAM M GROG AN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a proceeding for
adoption has been filed In the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida, under the above-noted
Case Number. You are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenaea. If any. to said Petition .
on Cohen A- Manhelmer, at-
torneys for Petitioners, whose
address Is 1135 Kane Concourse.
Fourth Floor. Bay Harbor
islands, Florida 33194. and file
LEGAL NOTICES
the original with the Clerk of the
above-styled Court on or before
the 10th" day of March
otherwise, a default may be
entered against you tor the relief
demanded in the Petition
BE FURTHER NOTIFIED
that a final hearing on the above-
noted matter is set for March 28.
1978 at 9 45 a m. in the Chambers
of The Honorable Ira L Dubit
sky. one of the judges of the
above-styled Court. 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
This Notice shall be published
once each week for four 141
consecutive weeks In the Jewish
Floridian
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 27 day of
January, 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Ned Rosenberg
DEPUTY CLERK
COHEN ft MANHEIMER
Attorneys for Petitioners
1135 Kane Concourse.
Fourth Floor
Bay Harbor Islands.
Florida 33154
Telephone: 865 6944
By PETER MANHEIMER
Feb. 10. 17. 24; March 3.1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TH ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7a-l47FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: EMILY
E. LEGAL.
Petitioner.
and
PIERRE LEGAL.
Respondent.
TO: PIERRE LEGAL
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on MAR
VIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 2600 Douglas Road. Suite
1011. Coral Gables. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore March 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 consec-
utive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rida on this 3rd day of February.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG. S. Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
2600 Douglas Road.
Suite 1011
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
1446-6485)
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 10, 17. 24; March3,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 76-414 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
RE Petition for
Change of Name
JESICA ALEJANDRA
ESCALANTE to JESICA
ALEJANDRA LOPEZby
VIRGINIA LOPEZ, as
Guardian and Natural
Parent of JESICA
ALEJANDRA ESCALANTE
TO:ROLANDO ESCALANTE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for change
of name has been filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on David M
Gersten. Esq Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is 1090 Spring
Garden Road. Miami Florida
33136. on or before March 10.
1978. and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on your attorney or
immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on February 6.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
ByN A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
Feb 10. 17.24. Marcr.3,1978
DOCKET NO 16*24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THEHTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.'s-1371
Div. If (Turner)
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO' ICE OF SUIT
FOR FORECLOSURE
HARRY KAUFFMAN and
MARY KAUFFMAN.
hlw wife.
Plaintiffs
vs
JOSEPH CURCI and
VTOLA CURCI, jointly
and severally.
Defendants
TO: VIOLA CURCI
LEGAL NOTICES
Residence V nknown
YOl VIOL/l
herebv notified that a Complair:
for Foreclosure of Mortga.."
been filed against jrou on the
following described property, to-
wit
Lot 7 and the East 4 of Lot 8
in Block 1 of FAIRVIEW
according to the Plat thereof
as recorded In Plat Book 6 at
Page 147 of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida; together with the
improvements thereon, and
all the furniture, furnishings,
fixtures and equipment now
or hereafter contained
therein
And you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading
to the Complaint to Foreclose
Mortgage on Plaintiffs' attorney.
RONALD L DAVIS. Esq PA.
SUITE M 114. BISCAYNE
BUILDING 19 W FLAGLER
STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
33130. PHONE 379-2851. and file
the original Answer or Pleading
In the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of March. 1978 If you
fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the Com-
plaint to Foreclose Mortgage
This Notice shall be published
once each week for four 141 con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at
Miami. Florida, this 7th day of
February. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk .Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
Feb. 10. 17.24; March 3,1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 71.IO40FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ESPERANCINECAZEAL' ADY.
Petitioner-Wife
and
JEAN LEVY ADY.
Respondent Husband
TO JEAN LEVY ADY
1st Ruelle Nemours
83Martlssant
Portau Prince. Haiti
r oSerette Ady
YOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on THEO
DORE M TRUSH1N LAW OF
FICES. P A attorney for Peti
tioner. whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 600. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 10. 1978. otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks in Jewish Floridian
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rida, on this 25th day of January.
1978
RICHARD I*. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By M Khmlnski
As Deputy Clerk
THEODORE M TRt'SHIN
LAW OFFICES. P A
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 600
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 3. 10 17 24.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the'undersigned. desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name of EL GAUCHO
ARGENTINA STEAK HOUSE,
at 3494 SW 8 Street. Miami. In-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
EL GAUCHO RESTAURANT.
1 INC.OWNER
Feb 3. 10. 17. 24. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the fic-
titious name of MIAMI CARPET
COMPANY at 8247 S W 124TH
STREET MIAMI. FLA Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
CLOSET DECOR. INC
Feb 10. 17. 24; March 3, 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 9I8FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
FEDERICO A.GOUDIE.
Husband Petitioner
and
MARIA ELENA OCM DIE
Wife Respondent
TO MARIA ELENA OOUDIE
R HI MAITA4088
BOTAFOGO. RIODE ,
JANEIRO
BRAZIL
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
LEGAL NOTICES

ES* a"
f \ 2121 Pom
. 7is Coral Gables Florida
. and file Ihe original with
lerk of Ihe above -
courtonorbefore March 10 l7
otherwise a defaull will he "
tered a gains! von tor the reiiei
demanded In the complainl or
petition .
Thi- notl< shall he published
.... tree* for four;
utlve ,..ks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
ourtal Miami Flo
m this ZTth oa) ol Jar larj
1978
RICHARD I BRINKER
As Clerk Cln ull Court
Dade Count) Florida
Bj Deborah 11 Hesi
\. i leput) Clerk
ADOLFOKOSS ESQ
.\ KOSS ATTORNEY
\Tl..\v\ l \
2121 Ponce lie Leon Wvi
Suite 719
Coral Gables, Florldaasiat
13051 44 144 4
Attorney for Pelltionei
Feb :i in 17 24 IOT8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THEELEVENTHJUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 76-1 St' FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE JOCELYN MACKEY.
Petitioner,
and
JAMES LINCOLN MACKEY.
Respondent
TO JAMES LINCOLN
MACKEY
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
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2800 Douglas Road.
Suite 1011. Coral Gables. Florida,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 17. 1978; other
wise 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 6 day February. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Diane Iowe
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal'
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
2600 Douglas Road.
Suite inn
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
1446-6485 >
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 10. 17. 24. Marrh3. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THEHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 7|-ll4SFC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
ADEI.AI PEREZ
Wife,
and
JUAN ROBERTO PEREZ.
Husband
TO: JUAN ROBERTO PEREZ
Residence Unknown
YOU. JUAN ROBERTO PE-
REZ, are hereby notified to file
your Answer or other pleading
with the Court's Clerk, and mall
a ropy of same to Petitioner's at-
torney. DANIEL M KEIL. esq .
58 East 5th Street Hialeah. Flo-
rida. 33010. on or before the 10th
day of March. 1978. else petition
will be taken as confessed
DATED this 27lh day of Jan-
uary. 1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By C P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
DANIELM KEIL. ESy
Attorney for Wife
58 East 5th.Street
Hialeah. Florida
Phone 883-6600
Feb 3. 10 17.24. 1978
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action
No '61*4' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
GILBERTO PALMERO,
Husband Petitioner
and
ANA DELIA JIMENEZ.
Wife-Respondent
TO ANA DELIA JIMENEZ
Box 3342. Aguadilla
Shop Center
Aguadilla. P R 00603
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against vou and vou are required
LEGAL NOTICES
to serve a copy of your written
defer si M *X *
. \;:h attorne) lot
Itlress is IV Wi
Flagle- Street, Miami Fla
fill Ihe original with
. ierk of the above styled
court on or before March 17.
197V 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 consecu-
live weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rida on this 7th day of February.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
ByB Perez
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
MAXA.GOLDFARB
ATTORNEY FOR PLAIN
TIFF
19 W FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33130
PHONE NO 309371 2538
Feb 10. 17.24, March 3.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO.'9-I'MFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JOHNALBRITTON.
husband,
and
EILEEN ALBRITTON.
wife
TO EILEEN ALBRITOON
2326 Bergen Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for Dlssolu
tlon of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to it on AR
THUR H LIPSON. attorney for
Petitioner, whoe* address is 9626
Bird Road. Miami. Florida 33165.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 17. 19T8; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or pe-
tition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rida on this 8th day of February,
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
iClrcult Court Seal)
Feb 10. 17. 24. March3. 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 IS'SFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marnageof
JOYCE A McKINLEY
Wife
and
HAROLD R McKINLEY
Husband
TO Harold RMcKlnley
Residence I'nknown
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Stanley
E Goodman, attorney for Peti
tioner. whose address Is 2688
N W 62nd Street. Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 17. 1978. other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or pe-
tition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consecu-
tive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami, Flo-
rida on this 6th day of February.
1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Stanley E. Goodman
2688 NW 62nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 10. 17,24. March3. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7| 1M3FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marnageof
ANN GLASFORD.
Wife,
and
VICTOR GLASFORD.
Husband
TO VICTOR GLASFORD
1879 NW 70TH STREET
MIAMI. FUIRIDA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlssolu
tlon of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to it on AR
THUR H LIPSON, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 9526
BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FlJDRIDA
.13165 and file the original with
LEGAL NOTICES
UN 'lerk of tr.
.
' "
demanded in -.
petition
VYTSKS; : UHiikt
seal o: said court .. \i
rida on thti
RICHARD P BRINKER
ttCleri Circuit Court
Dade Count) h
ByG a i
pul
(Circuit Court Seal.
E'-b 10 1721 in
CIRCUIT COURT.UtT*
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE
COUNTY,FLORID*
no.'ties
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
INRE: TIMMamagi
VICTOR P PAUL
Petitioner Hust
and
SHARON DIANE PAUL
Respondent W if..
You. SHAR'iN I ,NK PAID
RESIDENCE I NKNims ^
hereby notified to serve a rang
your Answer to the Dissolutionu
Marriage filed against vou um
Husband's attorney GEORCI
NICHOLAS. ESy 812 N W m
Avenue. Miami Florida 33i
and file original uh Clerk K
Court on or before March }t
1978. otherwise the Petition i||
be confessed by you
Dated this 10th da> of Febn>
ary,1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
ByB Perei
Deputy Clerk
Feb. 24. March 3.10.17. in
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOf
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA.IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No '?M FC
FAMILY COURT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. The marnageof
ROSALIE DESTEFANO.
Wife,
and
CHARLES DESTEFANO
TO: CHARLES DESTEFANO
Residence I'nknnwn
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor Dl
solution of Marriage has ben
filed against you and you lit
required to serve a copy of ymu
written defenses, if any to it on
ARTHUR H LIPSON sttomtj
for Petitioner, whose address
9026 BIRD ROAD MIAMI
FLORIDA 33163 and file Ike
original with the clerk of lie
above styled court on or before
March 24. 1978. otherwise I
default will be entered agunl
you for the relief demanded i
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and
seal of said I ourt a! Mine
Florida on this
Februarv. 197-
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
As Clerk. Clrcuil
Dade County Florida
ByM J Hartnett
AsDeput)
iCircuit Court S"
Feb 17 :'4 Mai
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE "TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
NO 7g-1443 FC 10
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE The Marriage of
Lui Gladys Montanei
wife.
Hlglnlo Montanez. husband
You. Hlglnlo Montana ej>
Petronlls gonsaler >nur mw
native and re.idins.tthewjsj
Bo Marln Bajo. Pat <"/*
Rico, are hereby notified to w
your Answer to the *
^petition tor man-age
solution) with theOertrf"
Court and send a copy the^
J. C Laussel. 12*" Jf
Avenue. Miami. Florida,**/* .
not later than March lM
otherwise default will M "]
tered
DATED February I !>
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By Deborah G He*
Deputy Clerk ,
Feb. 17. 24. March3.10.
IN THE COUNTY C0UT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORID*
CASE NO7601''g"
NOTICE OF ACTION
KEITH W SAKS
Plaintiff.
MITCHELL J SCHIl-TZ
Defendant cmii'lfi
TO MITCHELL J >'""''
P O BOX 733
Miami. Florida i* >oTl
YOU ARE HEKtW #
FIED. that a compIsinM ^
vices rendered has ,*!
against you and you
to serve a copy Of y" nnj
on KEITH W **
8740 N Kendall I^o^A
Florida 33176 and f^rti
copy In the Office o'^,,a*
the above Court on or_^r>df
10th day of March ;,*
Byl Sanders


February 24.1978
LEGAL NOTICES
Aw /r f fifr g-idHair
Page 19-B
LEGAL NOTICES
hall i"' stated II the i
ontingi
cirnTiOUS NAME LAW nature n! (he um .! tainty si all hi y.j
,. ., a HEREBY GI\ EH .,.,,,.,1 |f the rlalm Is secured W
,.: deslrlngtt .,. wourlt) shal bi dea ribed seal
Linbuslnewunderthagc- n. i.nii,..ni shall dellvei Ploi
,,;rAVTKATRO
' a register
tivTii ntends t<> feg'al*"r
^aame^thmeClertorOw
P, Court Ol Hade County.
,.,.;; W7TH STREET.
\,M\II KI.OK1PA 33126
pibM March 8.10.lT.lWa
-tTrcuit court.
,,TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
'/OE COUNTY.FLORID*
NO.'*"""
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
Lf The Marriage of
USCOISLI DOVIC
tNATl'S
uid.
iki.iksknat; B
Twiii'
*ou. Amelle Senatus
lard A
, 43 Rue
, Inurieur. Port Au-
c, Haiti, are hereby notified
Tve a copy of your Answer to
.pmolution Of Marriage filed
llnst you. uPon Husband s at-
fo GEORGE NICHOLAS.
r 6i2 N W 12th Avenue. Ml-
Florida SSI36. and file orlgl
Iuh Clerk of Court on or be-
March 31. 1978. otherwise
|Petition will be confessed by
ated this i?th day of Febru
jTiiw.
fHICHARDl' BRINKER.
CLERK
ByG S Carlle
Deputy Clerk
Feb 24. March 3. 10. 17.1978
J6FACTl6N
loNSTUUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTY)
JTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
l| ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
JIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
jlNDFOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO 7*28*FC
FAMILY DIVISION
bTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
JE The Marriage of
ES LORFILS,
(tiUoner Husband.
NEASE LORFILS,
espondenl Wife
[deneasei-orfils
Residence Unknown
31' ARE HEREBY NOTI-
) that an action for Dlssolu
of Marriage has been filed
t you and you are required
rrve a copv of your written
es. if any. to It on DANIEL
ER ESQ attorney for
Itioner whose address Is 801
> Federal Building. 101 East
Itler Street Miami. Florida
and file the original with
I clerk of the above styled
before March SI,
, olherw ise a default will be
lied .ic-.un.st you for the relief
landed in the complaint or
lion
(lis notice shall be published
[each week fur four consecu
m THF. JF.WISH
jRIDIAN
IrrNESS my hand and the
J of said I outl al Miami. Flo-
Ion this ltith day of Februa ry.
I RICHARD I' BR1NKBR
AlClerk. Circuit Court
DadeCount) Klurlda
ByM I Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
it Court Seal i
IjIEI.RETTEK.
POUIRE
ney for Petitioner
deFederal Building
CtstFlagler Street
m. Florida .13131
398-8090
M>.24. March 3. 10. 17. 1978
[THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 71-77$
,_ Division 01
ESTATE OF
Rl'I.INEBOSKO
eceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
ALL PERSONS HAVING
fjJM OK DEMANDS
MN8T THE ABOVE ES-
K fS2 AU' OTHER HER
"INTERESTED IN THE
suffli lent copies ol the claim li
the clerk to enable the clerk to
in,ill one copy In each personal
representative
All persons Intereated in the
estate tn wrhum .i copy ol ihis
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THE
FIRST I'l BI.ICATION OF THIS
NtrTIOK I" file any objection!
they may have that challenge!
Hie validity "i the dei edenl'i
ill the quallfli atlnni of the
ppraonal representative, or the
venue oi |urladletion of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\NI> ID II"' IONS NOT So
i- ii i i win iin: f<:k\ km
IM
Dale nf the first publli at Ion of
this N.iii.....f AdVnlnlatratlnn
FEHRI'ARY 10, 1978
STANLEY M PRED
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
CAROLINE BOSKO
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
STANLEY M PRED
PRED* NEWMAN
NO. 608. lllOBRICKELI. AVE
MIAMI. Fl. 33131
Telephone (3051 377 0268
Feb 24. 1978
----------NOTICE UNDER----------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name JOANNE COL-
LECTION at 207 NE First Street.
Miami. Fla Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
7GIFTMART. INC.
By Jaime Glvner
HARVEY D.
FRIEDMAN. ESQUIRE
Attorney for
J07 Gift mart. Inc.
Feb 24. March 3.10, 17. l78
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name ALEXANDER
FURNITURE at 3012 NW 27th
Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MURRAY SPECTOR. aba
ALEXANDER FURNITURE
Harold A Turtletaub. Esq
Attorney for
Murray Spector
Feb 24. March 3, 10. 17.1978
INTHE CIRCUIT C0URT0F
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 7*2177 FC
IN RE The Marriage of
ELENA MENDEZ,
Petitioner,
and
JORGE MARIO MENDEZ
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JORGE MARIO
MENDEZ
Apt A
1121 Casino Center
I .as Vegas.
Nevada 89104
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT a
Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed concerning
your marriage and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written responses or defenses. If
any. to said Petition on
STEPHEN L RASKIN
(Petitioner's Attorney), whose
address Is 7200 Bird Road.
Miami, Florida 3315S, on or
before March 31, 1978. and file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Petitioner's attorney or Im- _
mediately thereafter, otherwise. I
a default will be entered for the
relief demanded in the Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on February 17.1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of said Court
ByN A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
Feb. 24; March 3. 10, 17.1978
LEGAL NOTICES
once each week for four con
lv w/eeki in THK jew ISH
ORIDIAN
ITNESS my hand and the
1 of said court at Miami.
rlda cm. tin.- 16 day of
February, iht--
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCountv. Florida
By Willie BradshawJr
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal'
KWITNEY KROOP4
SCHEINBERO, P.A.
420Lincoln Road-
Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Tel 306 538-7575
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 24. March 3. 10. 24. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7|U24
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
MINERVA E
D1TZENBERGER.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of MINERVA E. DIT
ZENBERGER. deceased. File
Number 78 1124. Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler St The personal rep-
resentative of the estate is RUTH
BIRDWELL whose address Is
3236 SW 27th Street. Miami. Fla
33133 The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorney s re 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
date when It will become due
shall be stated If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity nf the decedents
will, the qualifications of the
parsons! representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\NI> OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
Feb 24, 1978
RUTH BIRDWELL
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MINERVA E.
D1TZENBERGER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Moses J Grundwerg, Esq
Simon. Hays Grundwerg
608 Ainsley Building
Miami. Fla 33132
Telephone 13051 371-6513
Feb 24; March 3,1978
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICES
shall be -. the rlalm Is
contingent or unliquldate
nature nf theuncei tainty shall be
ri It the rlalm is secured,
in, spfurlt) shall be described
The i lalmanl shall deliver
mi".....iii roples ui the rlalm In
' the clerk In enable the clerk Iii
mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Intereated In the
estate
Not lei
'.....ii mulled me required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST I'l BI.ICATION OE THIS
NOTICE in file uny objections
tii.v may have thnl challenges
llll" Vllllllll) ill tin- ill'i Client's
will iii.- qualifications ,,i the
li-..nil representative, ni Ihe
venue oi im isiin in ni ni ihe court
m I, i'l mis DEM \Mis
AND OBJECTIONS Not SO
FILED Wll I HE FORH\ KH
M Mill
Dale of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
February 17. 197H
VINCENT DE MARCO
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ESTHER DE MARCO
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Sol Alexander, Esq
19W FlaglerSt.
Suite 317
Miami, Fla 33130
Telephone 377 0435
Feb 17,24. 1978
INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7s 14J
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN ELIZABETH
WAITTE.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE AND ALL OTHER PER
SONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of HELEN ELIZA
BETH WAITTE. deceased. File
Number 78163. Is pending in the
Circuit Court for DADE County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West Flag-
ler Street. Miami. Florida The
personal representative of the
estate Is THERESA PRATA.
whose address Is 4312 South Gra-
dy Avenue. Tampa. Florida The
name and address of the person-
al representative's attorney are
set forth below
All persons having claims or
i oMRS CONSUELO
son i
21 Namleps Lane
I leer Park Long Island.
New York
Yi H IRE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that .in action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
I" whom a ropy nf this i HOWARD N. GALHUT. attorney
Administration has I for Petitioner, whose address Is
721 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139, and file the
original with the rlerk of the
Shove si vied court on or before
March 24. 1978; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you
fur the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four consec-
utive weeks in THE JEWISH
FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal .if said court at Miami. Flo-
tilla on this lOthdav of February.
1978
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal I
GALBlT.GALBUTA MENIN
721 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida33139
i tele 672-31001
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 17. 24 March 3. 10. 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 7*412FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
PETEMAZZAGATTI.
Petitioner,
and
FRANCIS MAZZAGATTI.
Respondent.
TO: Francis Mauagattl
6343 Reellnd Street
Philadelphia. Pa.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Alvln
Goodman, attorney for Petition-
er, whose address Is 8585 Sunset
Drive. Suite 180. Miami. Fla.
33143, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 24,
197M. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
r^rel^T^N Th'rIe '.....' <* '" "" <
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 No7*2071 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n73W Flagler Street. Ml IN RE: The Marriage of
r '33130 The personal reo- JACQUELINE ESTHER
11 ARE HEREBY NOTI-
'If1 lhe administration of
df ('AR<-1NE BOS
^ased Pil Number 78-
pending in the Circuit
I tor Dade County. Florida,
"'vision, the address of
BjnJ* ,h* estate .
I.; 0 -PRED- who* d-
y^."8 '"nimiCKELI.
.. AMI- FLORIDA 33131
mnl Land addreM f the
j;,;-""- having claims or
. I''*;'.?' "" -stale are
Sth^-Within three
mint ,"V0 rourt a *r'en
W, V" a"y <'alm or
aie th). bHJ.1!( f(|r |h(1
rrv,L '""' '"", address of
r>,;"'''he amount claimed
wSrvjff r","'',h"
" Wll beiome due
GELKOP. Wife,
and
I >< > v GELKOP. Husband
TO: DOV GELKOP
15 IbnGvlrol Street
Tel Aviv. Israel
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
Kwltney. Kreoop & Schelnberg,
attorneys for Petitioner, whose
address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 512. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 31. 1978; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
I INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-3*34
Division- 07
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ESTHER DE MARCO.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
E1ED that the administration of
the estate of ESTHER DE
MARCO, deceased, File Number
76 3634. is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address of
which Is 73 W Flagler St ,
Miami, Florida The personal
representative of the estate Is
Vincent De Marco, whose ad-
dress Is 900 West Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida. The name and
address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below
aii |n i-ims having claims or
ilriii.mil- .it.in'Nl Ihe estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATEOE
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the I
clerk of tin-above rourt a written I
statement of any claim or
demand Ihey <"'> l* Each
rlalm umf-t be In writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the nam.- and address ol
the creditor m his agent or at
Inrney. and the amount claimed
If (he claim is not yel due, the
date when it will become due
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 Earh
claim must be in writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount claimed
If the claim is not yet due. the
date when it will become due
shall be stated If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver.
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
AU. CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale of the (irst publication of
this Notice of Administration
Feb 17. 1978
THERESAPRATA
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HELEN ELIZABETH
WAITTE.
Deceased
by James P. Shannon,
of Counsel
ATTORNEY EOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
JOSEPH I GERSTEN,
Attorney of Record
1050 Spring Garden Road
Miami, Florida 33136
By: JAMES P. SHANNON
Telephone: 324 1930
Feb 17.24. 1978
THE JEWISH
Utlve weeks
FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rlda on this 9th day of February.
1978
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By Deborah n Hess
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Alvln Goodman, Esquire
K5N5 Sunsel Drive Suite 180
Miami Florida 33143
Telephone 279-8O00
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 17. 24 Man h 3, 10. 1978
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, INAND
iFOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO 'UBIFC
) FAMILY DIVISION
[ ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of:
ERIC GEORGE EIDUS.
Petitioner Husband
and
CONSUELO MARIA EIDUS.
Respondent Wife
TO: CONSUELO MARIA
EIDUS
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND
FOR DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 7*1901 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEPH HANNA EL-ALAM.
Petitioner,
and
VICTORIA JUNE
EL-ALAM. Respondent
TO: VICTORIA JUNE
EL-ALAM
2131 B Newman Street
East Point.
Georgia 30344
! 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
J ROBERTO ROJAS. of
STONE. SOSTCHIN & GON-
ZALEZ. PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 482
Palm Avenue, Hlaleah. Florida
33010. and file the original with
the rlerk of the above styled
court on or before March 24.
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 13 day of
February, 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B. Perez
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
J ROBERTO ROJAS. ESQ
STONE. SOSTCHIN*
GONZALEZ. PA
482 Palm Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33010
13051888-5544
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 17. 24: March 3. 10. 1978
INTHECIRCJfTCOURTOF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT INAND
FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION FC
CASE NO. 781344
IN RE: The Petition of
ALBERTOCGAETAN
NOTICE
TO: RICARDOLOERO
Residence Is Unknown
You are hereby notified that
the above-named Petitioner.
ALBERTO C GAETAN. and his
wife. MIRIAM GAETAN. have
filed a petition In the above-
styled Court for the adoption of
the minor child named therein
and you are commanded to serve
a copy of your written defenses.
If any. onCARLOS M MENDEZ.
ESQUIRE, Petitioner's at-
torney, whose address is Suite M
in Biscayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florida
33130, on or before March 10.
1978, and file the original of same
with the Clerk of this Cihi rt either
before service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default may
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the Petition
WITNESS, my hand and the
seal of the Court at Miami.
Florida this 31 day of January.
1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByG S Carlle
Deputy Clerk
____________Feb 3. 10. 17.24. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under Ihe
fictitious name of PRO SPORTS
INTERNATIONAL al 77td NW
71th Avenue. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the ClreuM
Court of Daile County. Florida.
FOKSTERACO.. INC
Milton P Forsler. I'res
Daniel M Keil. Esq.
Attorney for
Foeatrr* On inc.
Feb 17.24; March 3. 10, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name of ISLAS DEL CA-
RIBE at 725 727 N W 27th Aven-
ue. Miami. Florida, intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
ISLAS DEI.CARIBE. INC..
a Florida Corporation, by
RAFAELHECTOR
RODRIGUEZ. PRESIDENT
MICHAEL J FREEMAN. ESQ
Attorney for ISLAS
DEI.CARIBE. INC
PO Box 340668
2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd .
Ste 315
Coral Gables Fla 33134
Feb 17. 24: March 3. 10, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desinng to
engage in business under the
flcttious name KELLER
SCROLL al BOO NW Ifi6th Street.
Miami, Florida 33169 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
KELLER INDUSTRIES INC
Henry A. Keller.
President
Feb 17. 24. March 3. 10 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the
fictitious name K.D S DESIGN-
ERS at 6770 Indian Creek Drive.
Miami Beach. Fla. 33141 intend
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
SHERYI.RICH
KING RICH. OWNERS
Feb. 17.24. March 3. 10, 1978
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the fic-
tltlOUS name of JOYERIA
AMERICA at 36 N E 1ST
STREET. SUITE 615. MIAMI.
FLORIDA, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
SCHAIGIEL JEWELRY CORP
Feb 10. 17. 24; March 3.1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thai the undersigned desiring 10
engage In business under the
fictitious name A B.C INTER
N MIONAI. ADVERTISING at
I03MSW 48 st Miami, Fla 33108
intends In rpglstei said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
ZAC LUCIO
Feb 3. 10. 17. 24. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
vnguge in business under the
in iiinnis ii.mie ni Southeast
Realty of Dade it 1313 Pome ile
i..-.in Boulevard, Coral Gables
intends to register said name
ivlth lhe Clerk of the Circuit
i 'inn t of Dade County, Florida
Alejandro Nunez
Fell 3. ill 17. 34, 1978


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Friday, February 24
Old Jerusalem Market Place Comes AltoOn MamXJfeach
Visualize the atmosphere of a
market place in Old Jerusalem
with several million dollars worth
Irving Kaplan
of Israeli jewelry and art works
on display, and you 11 get an idea
of the excitement in store for
South Floridians beginning
March 27 when the east side of
the Miami Beach Convention
Hall becomes Israel's Ben
Yehuda Street.
The Israeli "Shuk-' (market
place), dubbed Shuk Hatikvah
(Place of Hope)'' will be one of 1
the major attractions of the
Israel Jubilee, a county-wide
eight-day celebration of the 30th
anniversary of the State of Israel
and a recognition of the cultural
and historic background of Dade
County's Jewish population.
SPONSORED by Dade
County, the City of Miami Beach
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the Israel Jubilee
was founded by Dade County
Vice Mayor Barry Schreiber. It
will run from Sunday. March 26
through Sunday. April 2
Opening event of the Jubilee
will be a gala dinner-dance and
folk music show at Omni Inter-
national Hotel in Miami. It will
be preceded by a reception and
cocktail party outside the Omni
Main Ballroom at which the
works of eight of Israel's most
famous artists, artisans and
merchants will be on display.
They include Moshe Gat, Rachel
Gera, Batia Adith, David
Calderone, Bat Ami Versano,
Michael Ende. Ariella Shamie
and Jafa Algom.
Irving Kaplan, whose appoint-
ment as Shuk chairman for the
Jubilee was announced by Morris
and Mikki Futernik, co-chairmen
of the Israel Jubilee Committee,
Inc., a non-profit corporation,
said those eight artisans plus at
least ten others will be selling
their wares in boothsJined up on
the east side of the Miami Beach
Convention Hall and in the east
lobby of the hall.
KAPLAN, Miami Beach attor-
ney and civic leader is a restau-
rateur and former owner of both
the Toby's and Dubrow's
Cafeterias. In 1975 he served as
coordinator of the successful
Temple Beth Sholom Shuk which
drew more than 35.000 visitors.
A Harvard Law School
graduate, Kaplan is active in the
Florida-Israel Chamber of Com-
merce and is local chairman for
the national convention of the
American Jewish Congress to be
held at the Doral Country Club in
Miami in March. He is a director
of Temple Beth Sholom
Items for sale at the more than
30 booths comprising Shuk
Hatikvah'' will include, in ad-
dition to the jewelry, art and
work of artisans, typical Israeli
food such as Falafel sandwiches,
clothing, glassworks, ceramics,
phonograph records, tapes and
other Israeli products.
A HIGHLIGHT for visitors to
the Shuk area will be The
Struggle for Life." a circular
exhibit which is the Israel
Government's official commem-
oration of the nation's 30-year
struggle for survival. Also on
display with it in the east lobby
of the Convention
first archeological exhibit of the
Israel Museum in Jerusalem ever
allowed to be shown outside the
Museum's premises. It includes
priceless items of antiquity, some
more than 100.000 years old.
During the entire week that the
Shuk is in operation. Israeli folk
singers and dancers as well as
local entertainers will perform on
an outdoor stage located on the
east side of Jackie Gleason Drive,
the street that runs in front of the
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with vendors
place,
clad
venue
complex
Israeli and Arab costumes^!
be open from 10 a.m. through,
p.m. from Monday. March,"
through Thursday. March 30arJ
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridav. yuS
31. It will be cWai|T
Saturday. April 1 and will *
open from noon to B pm .,
Sunday. April 2. final davofih.
Jubilee.-S.T. lhe
Dr. Sol Stein (left), national president of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation flHF), reviews
the five IHF financial plans following the
economic symposium of the 12th annual His-
tadrut .Economic Conference for Israel
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seph Hen I'orat of Los Angeles: FredL Sim-
mons of Los Angeles, who was co-chairman
of the break fust; Arnold Silvers, IHF chair-
man in Philadelphia, who chair,'! .,.
sion; and Dr. Zvi Dinstein, Israel": onomk
minister to Xorth America.
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Leukemia Society Erects Miami
Man Officer of National Board
Robert H. Newman of Miami
,s been re-elected an officer of
' national board of trustees of
e Leukemia Society of Amer-
lm. a voluntary health
rencv that supports major pro-
:amJ of research, patient aid
l(| professional public edu-
ition.
In his post as assistant secre"
mn the third time he will be
Prling as part of the organize-
ons top governing group since
i joined the national board in
971.
Currently president of the
mthern Florida Chapter. New-
an became interested in the or-
mizationin 1967.
A GRADUATE of the Univer
sity of Miami, where he received
his B.A. and Juris Doctor de-
grees, Newman is a member of
the American Judicature Society,
the Florida Bar Association and
has been admitted to practice be-
fore the U.S. Supreme Court. He
is involved with the Health Sys-
tems Agency of South Florida,
serving as parliamentarian, as a
member of a task force, and a for-
mer officer and member of the
board.
He also served as president of
Dade County Association of Na-
tional Volunteer Health Agen-
cies, and is a past president of
Temple Beth Am and the South-
east Florida Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Canada's Chief Rabbi to Attend
Jeret Bar Mitzvah in NMB
Rabbi l'inchas Hirshprung will
rive in Miami Thursday, March
I. with Mrs. Hirshprung to be
pests of honor at the Bar Mitz-
lah celebration of Isaac Jeret,
Inn of Mr and Mrs. Henry Jeret.
pNorth Miami Beach.
Rabbi Hirshprung is a theolo-
ical scholar and chief rabbi of
anada
THE COMMUNITY will ho
iterary Club To
Hear L. Lasavin
The Oneg Shabbat of the
livid I'inski Club is scheduled
r Friday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
[hi Ida Fisher School cafeteria
Miami Reach.
\ varied program will ft at urea
Ik by I. Lasavin, author and
rrespondent of the Jewish
his theme Jerusalem
Its Hole in Jewish History."
GERTRUDE Mint/., folk
(jer, accompanied by Paul
novsky will entertain and
re will be .i reading of Yiddish
>
Cantor Bag ley To
Attend Convention
Cantor Haul Bagley of Beth
Tjprah Congregation in North
liami Beach w ill !>e a participant
the Cantorial Council of
Imerica's eighteenth annual
bn\entinn in Lakewood. N.J..
Bi>- week The Council is a
Rmir ol the Cantorial Training
SBMilute ol Rabbi Isaac
Ichanan Theological Seminary.
MMW Theater Party
Set for Saturday
I Vered Chapter of the
nerican Mizrachi Women will
)ld a theater party at Ruth
brman's North Miami Play-
luse, Saturday, Feb. 26 at 8
Im.
I I he group will see The Pocket
latch, a comedy. Miriam
f an is chairwoman.
nor Rabbi Hirshprung at a recep-
tion on his arrival at Miami In-
ternational Airport.
In charge of arrangements are
Rabbi Zev Leff. spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greater Miami;
and Rabbi Dov Bidnick. spiritual
leaderofSky Lake Synagogue.
The Bar Mitzvah celebrant's
father is one of Rabbi Hirsh-
prung's students
Gulfstream Offers
New Program
Gulfstream Park will offer an
innovative racing program high-
lighted by three guaranteed mi-
nimum gross stakes purses of
SI50,000, a first in Florida racing,
during its March 6-May 8 meet-
ing.
The Big Three will be the tra-
ditional highlights of the Gulf-
stream racing schedule the
Florida Derby (April I), the Gulf-
stream Park Handicap (March
-.">! and the Pan American Han-
dicap (April 15).
"THERE WILL be no price
increases U) the public for grand-
stand or clubhouse admission,
parking or programs during the
1978 Gulfstream season.'' James
Donn Jr.. Gulfstream president,
announced. "We are holding the
line on prices despite the infla-
tionary escalation of the costs of
operation. We hope the public re-
sponse to our policy will produce
new patrons who will make up for
some of the increased costs."
The Hallandale track is contin
uing its program of improve-
ments. Two new escalators at the
south end of the grandstand will
help move visitors to the upper
levels of the building after arriv-
ing from the south grandstand
entrance.
Other improvements will be a
redecorated main clubhouse din-
ing room, a new floor in the
grandstand ground level, recon-
ditioned grandstand seats and
refurbished clubhouse bars.
Breakfast to Honor Jeff Rosinek
houth lK.de civic and religious
f'-'i- Jefl Rosinek was hon-
11 a testimonial breakfast
pidered bj Beth David Congre-
Ption_ during the celebration ol
F 'h birthday Sunday, Feb. 19
V 0a.m. at a testimonial break-
fs| m Beth David's South Dade
flapel.
Jjhe breakfast was held in
PMlfol the Jewish Theological
P'nmuirv of America, with the
jminary vice chancellor. Rab-
' aianley J. Schachter as guest
P^ker ton he Sunday session.
JjABBl s| i.andau Spiritua|
Evl fL ,k'lh I)avid ws
P^ary chairman of the break-
bri.' !"X Stevan s Simon and
Lt! f I'"1'J LTendrich. chair-
Pint the event.
UteSh; of the committee
E"1 $' and Mrs Kdmund
ladln Nr and Mrs. Sam
lalv ,,'Mr and Mrs Kichard
Fr ; j .1 Auraham Benyunes.
Lland Mrs. David Braun- and' -
Robert I.Chalnick;
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Cover-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.
I'elt/in. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
Glover. Dr. and Mrs. Elliot Gor-
don. Joseph Handleman and Dr.
and Mrs. Jules G. Minkes;
HERSCHEL Rosenthal. Mr.
and Mrs. Mendell Selig. Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome H. Shevin. Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Sholk, Mrs. Stevan
S. Simon and Mrs. Moie J. L.
Tendrich;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Trau-
rig, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Waas.
and Alan Jay Weisberg
Rabbi Schachter coordinates
the development and public rela-
tions programs of the Seminary,
central educational and cultural
institution of the Conservative
Movement of Judaism. He plays
a key role in the Seminary's edu-
cational activities and is former
assistant chancellor of the Semi-
nary He also serves as lecturer m
.liturgy. .
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Matthew B. Rosenhaus
Rosenhaus to Chair
Seminary Dinner
Matthew B. Rosenhaus. Miami
Beach civic and religious leader,
has been named general chairman
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America's 19th annual
convocation dinner committee.
The convocation is scheduled
for March 1 at Temple Fmanu-El
of Greater Miami, and the dinner
is that night at the Diplomat Ho-
tel in Hollywood.
ROSENHAUS. a vice pres
ident of Temple Kmanu-Kl and a
national officer of the Synagogue
Council of America, is chairman
of the executive committee of the
Fund for Peace and is chairman
of the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer
Foundation.
An Honorary Fellow of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. Rosenhaus is president
of the interreligious Peace Collo-
quium in Washington. D.C. He is
a founder of the Greater Semi-
nary, a member of the Seminary's
Board of Overseers and a recipi-
ent of the Seminary's coveted
Louis Marshall Memorial Medal.
Chamber Music
Society to Debut
The final Temple Beth Sholom
inaugural Great Performances
Series is scheduled for Thursday.
Feb. 21* at 8:30 p.m.. when the
Chamber Music Society of Lin-
coln Center. Charles Wadsworth,
director, makes its South Florida
debut in the temple's auditorium
in Miami Beach.
Under the direction of Judy
Drucker. the Great Performances
Series has brought local music
devotees a season which, in addi-
tion to the forthcoming concert,
has included violinist Pinchas
Zuckerman and his flutist wife,
Eugenia; "Taahi"; and the Vien-
na Chamber Orchestra. Phillipe
Entremont conducting.
Janet Reno to Speak
To Breakfast Forum
Janet Reno, new Dade state
attorney, will be the speaker at
the next Brotherhood Breakfast
Forum on Sunday. Feb. 19 at
9:30 a.m. in the South Lounge.
She will speak on what she hopes
to accomplish while in office.
Chairman for the discussion |
will be Circuit Court Judge Sey-
mour Gelber.
Yivo Forum to Hear
Prof. Arthur Lermer
Prof. Arthur Lermer will speak
at the Yivo Forum. Wednesday.
March 1 at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom in Miami Beach. Prof.
Lermer's topic is "Moshe
Kulback."
Academy Women To
Hold Purim Party
The Hebrew Academy Wom-
en's annual Purim Party will be
held Wednesday. March 8 at
noon at Kneseth Israel in Miami
Beach.
Co-chairpersons for the event
are Mrs. Irene Gronich, Mrs.
Sadye Pedis and Mrs. Julia
Turkel. .;:.__ .LJ___
S. Fla. B'nai B'rith Council Installs
George N. Kotin As President
The B'nai B'rith Council of
South Florida Lodges will hold
its installation brunch Sunday.
March 12, at 11 a.m. at the
Aventura Country club..
The following officers will be
installed: President, George N.
Kotin: President-elect Marvin
Beckerman; Vice Presidents,
Louis Frank, Henry Sterling,
Norman Sevin. and Seth Krebs;
Secretary, Martin Cohen:
Treasurer, Randolph Segal:
Trustees. Sidney Ritter, Nat
Kutcher, Samuel Kline, Andrew
Tibor, Michael Saul, Arthur
Bassman. Eric Glaser, Manolo
Warshawsky, and Joseph
Sussman.
JUDGE Milton A. Friedman.
Supreme Lodge vice president,
1 will officiate as master of cere-
monies. Malcolm Fromberg,
president of District 5. will be the
installing officer.
Bert Brown, second vice presi-
dent of District 5, will act as dis-
charging officer.
Represented at the installation
will be all phases of B'nai B'rith:
Hillel, B'nai B'rith Youth and
Community and Counseling
Services.
George N. Kotin, the incoming
president who succeeds Sidney
Schwarzbach, is a native of
Chicago. He retired from active
law practice in Chicago in 1968
and came to Miami Beach for
retirement.
"Come cruise with me on
the great Leonardo da Vinci
for as little as s155."
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3-night cruise leaves every Friday,
4-night cruise leaves every Monday, from
Ft. Lauderdale, all year to Freeport/Nassau.
Cruise with us 3 nights
to Nassau.
On any Ff iday the year round,
the moment you board the
Leonardo you ii know what makes
her an Italian masterpiece 5 pools
Gourmet meals Gracious service
Dock in Nassau tor two glorious
days of tenms Golf Shopping
Deep sea fishing- At-Paradise
Beach bask in the sun see tabu
lous shows and try your luck at the
Casino On your return voyage
lust relax and enioy memories that
will last a lifetime
Cruise with us 4 nights
to Freeport/Nassau.
Every Monday the year round
the great Leonardo leaves Ft
Lauderdale for Freeport and Nas-
sau You II cruise m continental
luxury You'll swim in the bluest
waters You'll visit pastel villages
tropical beaches go bargain shop-
ping and deep-sea fishing The
Leonardo is your floating resort
hotel and our Italian crew knows
how to pamper you
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