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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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51 -
Number 10
Miami. Florida Friday, March 10,1978
By Ma
ii m cents Two Sections Price 36 Centa
Begin Has No New
Plan for Carter
.
The partnership called marriage
pure Thing
Okay for Jewish
Women to Hate?
II 1 UIV What were the
(ttitudes of our medieval Jewish
licestors towards women's
|tjhis'.' Much more liberal than
light have been supposed, it ap-
fcars. from a research project on
I\orce ri^ht;- undertaken by Tel
|\iv University's Dr. Mordechai
Friedman
I Today, the outstanding feature
I Jewish divorce is its unilateral
ct. The husband may initiate
Ivorce proceedings, whereas the
wife may not. The approach of
Rabbi Akin in the Palestinian
Talmud has been the typical atti-
tude: "If the wife annoys him
enough, he will divorce his wife."
Only in a few rare cases such
as instances of his serious phy-
sical disability or incapacity
was the husband compelled to di-
vorce his wife.
DR. FRIEDMAN, a senior lec-
turer in TAU's Talmud Depart-
Continued on Page 6-A
Shah of Iran:
A Capitol View

te*.J*bilUing force
A
TKHKRAN The Shah of
Iran is playing an increasingly
important role in the conflicts of
the Middle Fast and the Horn of
Africa.
With a population of 36
million, annual oil and gas
revenues of $19 billion, and the
largest and best-equipped army
in the Middle Fast. Iran is the
region's far from sleeping
giant. Its ascent to greatness
began when U.S. President
Richard Nixon and his Secretary
of State. Henrv Kissinger,
decided to build it up as a major
stabilizing force'' and block to
Russian expansionism in the
Middle Fast.
THE RATIONALE is that
Continued on Page 7-A
Mideast follow-up.. .15-A
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin will not present
a new peace plan to the
United States when he goes
U.S. that Israel's peace
plan, as it stands,
represents the best possible
offer and that Israel's
interpretation of Security
Council Resolution 242
does not rule out, a priori,
ISRAEL SCENE
to Washington next week,
nor will he offer any modi-
fication of his original plan,
political analysts say here.
They believe Begin's
intention is to convince the
any territorial compromises
on the West Bank.
NEW differences between
Israel and the U.S. over Reso-
lution 242 surfaced recently.
Washington has always sup-
Continued on Page .'l-A
The New and Powerful
Arab Lobby in the U.S.
By VICTOR M. BIENSTOCK
A new. powerful Arab lobby is
emerging in Washington, and the
Arab voice is now being heard
more clearly there in the corridors
of power, according to the man-
aging editor of Foreign Policy
Magazine. He reports the recent
strengthening and the "increased
respectability" of the Arab appa-
ratus in the capital.
The writer is Sanford J. Ungar.
one of the most astute observers
says, as Congress and Wash-
ington are becoming increasingly
restive under the overreach" of
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPACl. While
on any critical development
AIPAC can still muster scores of
congressional signatures on pro-
tests, many of these now repre-
sent reluctant lip-service.
The most recent recruit to the
Arab lobbying ranks, Ungar re-
ports, is Fred Dutton, a former
AMERICAN SCENE
of the Washington scene. His ob-
servations appear in the March
issue of Atlantic Monthly, of
which he is a contributing editor,
and bring into focus new deve-
lopments including the shaping
up of a stronger Arab public rela-
tions and lobbying machine and a
weakening of the effectiveness of
its Jewish counterpart.
TODAY, he reports, liberal
Jewish political activists'' are
concerned about something that
has come to be called the Arab
lobby."
The Arab lobby is emerging, he
Kennedy Administration official
who was a fund-raiser for Robert
Kennedy and for presidential as-
pirant Sen. George McGovern.
DUTTON. a lawyer, is regis-
tered as a foreign agent providing
"legal and other services" to
Saudi Arabia. His fees for one
six-month period ran to $270,000.
Dutton joins a select circle of
prominent Washingtonians who
draw handsome retainers from
the Arab world," he comments,
among them being Clark Clifford,
the urbane Washington counsel
who has served many presidents
President Carter
Portraits by Dr. Irving Lchrman
and interests, and former Sen. J.
William Fulbright who. as chair-
man of the Foreign Relations
Committee, distinguished him-
self as a foe of Israel.
"The entry of Dutton into the
field," says Ungar, "has special
significance. He is a shrewd be-
hind-the-scenes operator, a man
who has often raised money for
Democratic candidates from
Jewish political activists and has
long associated himself with the
cause of Israel. Although his
Continued on Page 3-A
Malaysia Bars Rabbi Tanenbaum
NEW YORK (JTA I
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum. who
was barred last week as a
member of the International
Rescue Committee IIRCI fact-
finding mission by the Malaysian
government because he was an
active supporter of Israel." said
it was a moral tragedy" that the
Malaysian government had
stooped to exploit human
suffering for cheap political
gains."
Tanenbaum reported on the
development in a cable to the
leu ish Telegraphic Agency from
Hangkok. in which he confirmed
reports that the Malaysian
government had cited his Zionist
activities in informing the U.S.
State Department he was being
denied entry. The IRC mission
was organized to investigate the
plight of the Vietnamese boat
people, those who fled Vietnam
and adjacent countries after
North Vietnam took over South
Vietnam following the American
pullout and. denied permission to
enter by other countries. live in
often dangerously inadequate
boats.
SIXTY-SIX of these boat
people were invited to come to
Israel by Prime Minister Mena-
chem Megin shortly after he
became Prime Minister last year.
Tanenbaum asserted in his
Continued on Pane 12-A
Britain's Jews Given Warning ...6-A


Page 2-A
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Friday. March lo-
It Was Hassan Who Inspired Sadat
Egyptian President Sadat's dramatic visit to
Israel is still a leading subject, and his reasons are
still a matter of lively speculation. One version
has it that it all began last August when Prime
Minister Begin visited Rumania, the inference
being that Rumanian President, Nikolai
Tchosesko. was the middleman who arranged the
visit.
However, the French paper, Le Monde, has a
completely different version. The newspaper
reports that the true broker in this history-
making trip was the King of Morocco. Hassan II.
According to the newspaper account, Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan made a very secret visit to
Morocco in which he discussed this possibility in
private with the Moroccan monarch.
Le Monde assures its readers that it was
Hassan II himself who revealed this fact
privately to the editor-in-chief of the paper at the
time. However, he was unwilling to allow the
incident to be reported until after Sadat's visit,
since nothing that would be published now could
prejudice the situation.
Defense Miniater Ezer Weizman warned the
Gush Emunim settlers at Shiloh on the West
Bank prior to his departure for Washington to
start digging, or they will be forced to leave the
Biblical site in central Sumaria. The Gush created
an international furor last month when they
occupied Shiloh.
The government claimed that the group,
which includes infants and toddlers and men who
commute daily to jobs in Israel, were 'archaeol-
ogists" in search of antiquities.
But Weizman, briefing the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs and Security Committee, said they were
there without permission from his ministry and
he was ready to dislodge them unless they began
archaeological excavations immediately.
Grigorv Goldstein, a 46-year-old Tbilisi
phvsicist. may be put on trial this week for
parasitism, according to the Canadian Committee
for Soviet Jewrv. The Canadian Committee
learned of this in a phone conversation with
Jewish activists in Moscow over the weekend.
Goldstein lost his job when he applied for a visa
to emigrate to Israel.
The Canadian Committee also learned that
Pavel Abramovich. a Moscow Jew seeking to
emigrate, is also being threatened by the Peryo-
malsky district of the militia in Moscow with
being put on trial for parasitism.
Abramovich has a job but refuses to reveal
its location to the militia for fear of being fired.
He also works part-time as a tutor of Hebrew. He
has been ordered to report to the militia district
tomorrow.
Donald M. Robinson of Pittsburgh (third
from left), president of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, is guest of
honor at a reception tendered to him in
Jerusalem earlier this month by Dr. Israel
Katz (left), Minister of Labor and Social
Affairs. Mrs. Aliza Begin (second from left),
brought greetings from her husband, Prime
Minister Menachem Begin. At right is Ralph
I. Goldman, executive vice president of the
JDC.
delegation attended the Histadrut congress last
November in Jerusalem.
A 12-member delegation of the Synagogue
Council of America which has returned from a
two-week visit to Egypt and Israel believes it
made an historical breakthrough'' in Jewish-
Islamic relations in Egypt.
The delegation, headed by Rabbi Saul I
Teplitz. the SCA's president, and Rabbi Henry
Siegman. executive vice president, said the visit
to Egypt was the first "by an official delegation
representing the Jewish religious community in
modern times."
The SCA said that the delegation visit in
Egypt enabled it "to develop new religious and
cultural relations with Islamic leader- that will
help heal wounds caused by generations <>t
alienation and conflict."
Dr. Soufi Abou-Taleb. president of Cairo
University, agreed to have visiting professors in
various fields of Jewish studies offer courses at
the university, while Egyptian Islamic scholars
will be made" available as visiting professors for
American Jewish institutions of higher learning.
Yeruham Meshel, secretary general of
Histadrut, will pay an official visit to Spain this
month as the guest of the Spanish Socialist trade
union movement. Meshel. who will be accom-
panied by Aharon Barnea, Histadrut's European
representative, is expected to confer with
Socialist leaders and try to further develop
relations between the labor movements of Israel
and Spain.
Histadrut delegates attended the Socialist
trade union congress in April, 1976, the first in
Spain since the Civil War, and a Spanish
Yiddish journalists from various countries
who are in Israel for the 29th World Zionist Con-
gress, offered a gloomy prognosis for the future of
the Yiddish press. Yaacob Tzippel. of Paris, Marc
Turkow of Buenos Aires, and others attending a
meeting of the World Federation of Jewish
Journalists, spoke of lack of funds, the lack of
Yiddish linotypists and a prevalent feeling that
the Yiddish press is ignored by Israeli institu-
tions, including Israeli embassies abroad.
Israeli journalists attending the meeting in
Tel Aviv proposed changes in the image of
Yiddish newspapers, not only their content but
their appearance.
The Federation resolved to ask the proper
authorities here to consider advertisements in the
Yiddish press by such institutions as the Israel
Government Tourist Office and the government-
owned El Al Airlines.
MAR VIN LEFF: new Mizrachi director
The appointment of Marvin Leff. formerly
national field director of the American ORT Fed-
eration, as executive director of American
Mizrachi Women, has been announced by AMW
President Sarah Shane. American Mizrachi
Women with nearly 50.000 members is the major
religious women's Zionist organization in
America, and maintains a network of schools,
youth villages and community centers through-
out Israel.
The next President of Israel will be a
Sephardi. Prime Minister Begin told a meeting of
the Likud Executive, thus agreeing with the
views of Finance Minister Simcha Ehrlich,
Housing Minister Gideon Patt and Moshe
Nissim. all members of the Liberal Party wing of
Likud.
Israeli magistrate and district court judges
shut the courts down for three days during the
week of Mar. 5 as a protest over the government's
refusal to immediately give them a 50 percent
wage increase as recommended by a special
committee.____________
Has Begin Wandered
From His Early Views?
JERUSALEM The consternation which now reigns a,
some Israelis in general, and within the Herut party in particular^
cerning Begins peace plan has triggered the question as t0W
Prime Minister Begin has altered his cherished political and ide^
cal views.
The answer to that riddle may perhaps be found in anexan
tion of Jabotinsky'8 last book. The Battlefront ofthi JeuishKtfk
which he wrote in the year 1940. That book contains proposalsij
are strikinglj similar to those included in Begins peace plan. JiU
sky's thesis treats of five themes: civil equality, lanj
autonomy, the holy shrines and land
JABOTINSKY PROPOSED that there be full and mta|jj
in all respects tor all communities regardless oi race, religion or j
guage He further added. In every government cabinet whereajj
shall be premier, an Arab should be deputy premier, and viceveraj
ZIONIST FRONT
The Jewish and Arab communities shall be regarded as autooosi
areas which will be treated squally in the eyes of the law
Each national group shall elect its own parliament which willbei
titled within the limits of its autonomous authority to issued
creesand to impose taxes
INSOFAR AS the Holy Places are concerned. Jabotinskywty
The most sacred areas of Old Jerusalem shall have exira-terriu
status, and even sector in that city shall manage its own munit,
affairs The fundamental difference between Jabotinsky's and I
gin's plans is the time and setting in which they were conceived.
Jabotinsky wrote his book as a blueprint for the rescue of En
pean Jewry He assumed that in the land of Israel, on bothsidesoftl
Jordan River, there would be a Jewish majority However.the
tion today is completely different
THE SIX MILLION JEWS who were supposed to come to Is]
- according to Jabotinsky's vision are no longer on the scene
Jabotinsky's hook contains the following introduction ft
are perhaps, some people who are concerned about the right
tiny ol the Israeli rabs once the country becomes a Jewish Sum
is honed that these expressions of concern will be put i
those who voice them recognize thai these proposal.' do not ana
from the moderate' Zionists, but rather from the extremisi
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Continued from Page 1-A
fcork for the Saudis largely in-
L|ves drafting humdrum con-
ra,,s with American corpora-
pus and briefing the ambassa-
y from Riadh on rudimentary
patters ol American politics,
(utton's involvement and
U) of ethers like him is
fond i" have an impact on the
y,t world ol Washington poll-
It helps put the stamp of re-
Kt-i-tal>ilit> on ihe representation
\ \ra!i interests
ANOTHER FAIRLY recent
Ivelopment is the attempt toor-
ini/v the \rah-\merican com-
Uitj into a cohesive, coherent
Z There isan Arab-American
K.ir.i/atio". the National Asso-
Jtion ol \rab Americans, but
[cording to it- president, Joseph
. Baroody, a prominent Repub-
;,H1 il i~ composed of about
500 small groups and has not
,. abN 10 foCUS Oil a single
hsi
I How can we ever represent
rani from Col. iMuammarl
^ddati ot Libya l<> the (consor-
tium rulers ol Saudi .Arabia'.'"
I ngar
lint the six-year-old organize-
m : lohn P. Richard-
el worker, as
ir the first
ol the \ral>-
unity Richard-
thai his first goal
Id n -poci for
\ ih background"
a.i\ that the
r. I' l.i ague oi B'nai
mierican Jew iah
i sen ed i he .lews
u from that base, to
become B Bource of
jknlili information and .1 \ alid
I f\ iew
HI T THK job won't be easy.
fcnrdiiif; to a Connecticut De-
Bii'ain- congressman ol Leba-
- origin I ngar --ays Reb. To-
Moffet, who has shown strong
srael sentiments, is critical
both UI'AC pressures and the
I He Department's anxiety not
I bffi ndthi Saudi \rabians
I Bpeakinn ol \ll'\( Moffett
I Mains there has been an at-
1 apt to pi rtraj a perfect con-
I pus oi American .lows on ev-
issue and everyone knows
r true But, he Bays,
1 disguised pros
he other side
Oil.' he told the writer, has
with the Vdministra-
h- (Middle I asternl policies.
1 re talking about
rej policy, the State Depart-
pconstantly sticks its head in
door and says, Oh no, we
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Even-handed policy.
Cleveland Jewish News
: The 'traditional role' of spokesman for the American
Jewish community scents to be slipping from Jacob
davits. New York Republican, and Abe Ribicoff, Con-
necticut Democrat, to Sen Richard Stone, the Florida
Democrat, who 'prides himself on his contacts with
Amh leaders both in their own countries and in 1
M ashington.'
IMH8M :.:, ::: ::*
they were in a hurry to become
wealth} and Republican."
The Arab Americans in Con-
gress (there are five and. possib-
ly, si\i "have tended to regard
their ethnic background as a [m> 11
tical liability." I" ngar asserts.
Only Sen. .lames Aboure/.k.
tho South Dakota Democrat, has
boon outspoken in the Arab cause
and that "only after years of sup-
porting Israel and alter deciding
iil not announcing! that he would
not run for a second Senate
term."
THK OTHER Arab American
congressional members never
shifting ol the American attitude
since the Sadat visit to Jerusa-
lem, the Connecticut congress-
man believes that it will not be
easy tor tho H,rabs to win credibi-
lity
The American Jewish com-
munity." he says, has gained
respect over the soars because oi
its record on social issues like ci-
vil rights and the antiwar move-
ment."
Hut the fact is that Arab-
Americans have not been pro-
gressive on social issues Gener-
ally, when they got over here
Begin Reported Without
New Plan for Carter
Continued from Page l-.A
ported Israel's position that the
resolution does not require total
withdrawal from occupied Vrab
territories, as the Arabs say it
does. The Begin government has
contended of late, however, that
242 is not really applicable to the
West Bank. The U.S. vehemently
disagrees.
The task of Begin, who will be
accompanied by Foreign Minister
Moshe Day an and Defense Min-
ister Kzer Weizman at his
meetings with President Carter,
is somehow to persuade the
Administration that there is no
contradiction between Israel's
offer of self-rule to the West Bank
population and 242.
Accordingly, the Israelis are
saying that since Jordan has not
indicated a readiness for ter-
ritorial compromise with Israel,
the functional autonomy offered
the West Bank Arabs best an-
swers the needs of all parties
concerned.
THEY SAY further that
Jordan has no internationally
recognized right to that territory
which it occupied from 1948-1967.
therefore 242 does not necessarily
require Israeli withdrawal.
Government sources are also
saying that since 242 is un-
specific, Israel reserves the right
to determine its positions on
possible territorial compromise
on the West Bank at such time as
prospects appear ripe tor nego
tuitions over that territory.
Dayan has said several times
that any Arab suggestions for a
territorial settlement on the West
Hank would receive due con
sideration in Jerusalem. But
Israel does not believe that
Kgypt can negotiate a West
Bank settlement.
ISRAEL clearly hopes that the
U.S. will be convinced that the
Begin government will not budge
from its interpretation of 242 and
that the Washington talks can be
channeled to less controversial
issues, such as resuming direct
contacts with fc)gypt.
Several senior Cabinet
Ministers have angrily attacked
the Labor Alignment leaders for
saying that Begins inter
pretation of 242 is contrary to the
interpretation given it by all
pre\ ious Israeli governments.
That, apparently is also the view
held by Washington.
With respect to Sinai, political
analysts say Begin will contend
during his meetings in Washing-
ton that his plan represents the
most generous offer made to the
F.gyptians by any Israeli
government.
IT REPRESENTS a departure
from the previous government's
position that Israel had to retain
a land bridge from Eilat to Sharm
El-Sheikh.
identify themselves as of Arab
origin and never meet to discuss
Middle F.ast issues.
The new situation in the Mid-
dle Fast is bringing about subtle
changes in the Washington at-
mosphere, Ungar reports. The
traditional role" of spokesmen
lor the American .Jewish commu-
nity, he says, Beams to be slip-
ping from Jacob Javits, New
York Republican, and Abe Ribi-
coff, Connecticut Democrat, to
younger members such as Sen.
Richard Stone, the Florida De-
mocrat who is chairman of the
Near Eastern and South Asian
subcommittee ot the Foreign Re-
lations Committee who. Ungar
says, prides himself on his con-
tacts with Arab leaders both in
their own countries and in Wash-
ington."
HK NOTES, too. that since
1973, with the encouragement of
Ambassador Ashral (ihorbal. 338
members of Congress have visit-
ed Egypt, and all but one had a
personal interview with Sadat.
Emergence of an Arab lobby is
not in itself a bad thing for Israel
and the \nn rican Jewish com-
munity, says l ngar, because it
would discourage "1 he unfounded
allegations that conspiratorial
Jewish interests are somehow
pulling the strings of foreign po-
licy."
But the writer warns, if Fred
Dutton and his colleagues are
successful in their efforts and the
Arab financial stake in this coun-
try increases substantially,
alarms of an entirely different na-
ture may be sounded."
SAUDI ARABIA. Ungar as
serts. is reputed to be the largest
single holder of U.S. Treasury
notes and the Saudis are known
to have huge investments in the
securities of ijuasi public agon
cies like the Federal National
Mortgage Association I Fannie
Mae).
For the moment. I ngar Bays,
this is generally interpreted as a
use ol surplus oil revenues to
shore up the weak American dol-
lar. But." he stresses, what the
result might be it the Middle
Eastern crisis should be seriously
aggravated is anybody's guess."
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Nazi Decision a Bummer
Whether or not Nazis should be permitted to march
with impunity in the predominantly Jewish-populated
suburb of Skokie in Illinois is a difficult question to an-
swer, and we resent the facile way in which so many
Jewish leaders have joined the equally facile American
Civil Liberties Union in supporting the court decision that
has given them the okay to do so.
No one is ever more sensitive to the right of freedom
of speech, press and assembly than publishers and editors
of a newspaper. In both these roles, we have probed deeply
into our conscience and our responsibility to the many
communities we serve.
We have asked ourselves to what extent Nazi beasts
should be permitted not only to march in open and
arrogant display of their reprehensible philosophy, but to
do so in an area heavily populated by Jews. In fact, by
specific Jews, by Jews so many of whom are survivors of
the Nazi concentration camps of the Hitler era.
Is this court sanction not a glib instrument of
deliberate, provocative behavior?
Reluctantly, we must conclude that it is. We must
conclude that free speech, a free press and free assembly
are not at the core of the court's decision.
'Freedoms' Shaped by Need
We do not want to repeat the old Oliver Wendell
Holmes saw about shouting Fire!"' in a crowded theatre,
although its applicability is here apparent. It is, in fact, so
apparent that it delineates precisely what the Nazis would
like to do to Jews universally to burn them in the fires
of the crematoria which, in their view, have been only
temporarily banked.
Consider, however, free speech and the laws
governing libel. Consider the right to private property
and the confiscatory American tax system. Consider, if
you will, the right to free enterprise and the laws
governing restrictive federal guidelines on who shall be
employed and who shall be accorded federal contracts in
federally-funded projects.
This week's vote on a rapid transit system was
wrapped in a sandwich of just such irrelevancies: the
restrictive guidelines governing the number and variety of
minority groups to be employed and the number and
variety of minority contractors to be granted contracts.
Do these guidelines not abridge the right of the
majority to constitutionally assured protection? Are all
these not instances where freedoms are "shaped" by
societal need?
In our view, there is a similar crying need not to
encourage groups calling for the incineration of Jews. Let
those who insist otherwise, particularly in South Florida,
ask whether the court ruling would have "washed" were
Blacks or Latins involved.
We doubt it. They would have been the first to object.
No Eagles for Saudi Skies
The evidence grows stronger each day of the danger
to Israel in the Carter administration's proposal to sell 60
F-15 "Eagle" fighter planes, the most sophisticated
warplanes in the American arsenal, to Saudi Arabia. This
danger is becoming more and more apparent not only to
Israelis but to the members of Congress who must ap-
prove or reject the sale.
President Carter incorrectly said that the Saudis have
never taken part in any of the Arab-Israeli wars. Yet a
Saudi brigade participated in the 1973 Yom Kippur War
on the Golan Heights and remained there until 1976. The
Saudis, of course, initiated an oil embargo during the 1973
war, and since then their officials have indicated they may
take an even more active part if there is a new Mideast
war.
King Khalid told The New York Times in 1976 that
"When we build up our military strength we have no aims
against anybody, except those who took by force our lands
and our shrines in Jerusalem and we know who that is
..." Yes. we know whom the Saudi King means.
This is why the sale of F-15s to Saudi Arabia is so
worrisome.
The Carter administration may believe it has no choice
but to push for the sale because of Saudi Arabia's im-
portance as a producer of oil and to the economies of the
industrialized nations. But Congress has no choice but to
reject this sale which not only endangers Israel but
chances of a Middle East peace settlement.
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ON THE last day of the tir-;
month of the New Year, our
house was burglarized again.
The other day. we went to a
movie in Coconut Grove On the
way from the parking lot to the
theatre, in broad Sunday after-
noon daylight, we were assaulted
by a purse-snatcher whom we
successfully fought off.
IT WAS an undischarged rage
over the burglary that got the old
adrenalin pumping furiously in
us and gave us the wild will to
prevail We let out all our frus-
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In
tration and fury on nurassaiU
as we could noi .. who,.
burgtaroedus.andheldhtalS
JUSI long enough fnr thepolicei.
capture him
li was a mosi incivfliad1
currenoe and left me mnredJ
appointed in my reaction thkjd
fearot the though! ihat lain
detain him was a foolish ajt
dangerous thing to ,in andthaij
might really have turned og,
quite violently for us
The tact is that we live mil
world poised im a tulcrum thati
a balance ol terror East aaJ
West neutralize each other'*!
[xitential for nucli [
the threat ol an ultima;. I
reprisal
AS I AM writing this. ,J
forces behind a rapid tranal
system are terrorizing the cool
munity with dire pro; I
doom it the s\ sti m is uiteddoul
the alleged!) irremedial nil
criminal loss ol federal fundinri
Choked ten-lane e\pn 5! I
our future, a tangle of rnncmJ
by-passes and elevated arwnal
in layers sufficient!) high :i|
block out our alread) I
appearing South Florida terrain
The problem in this halanctq
terror struggle is that t here is i
clear-cut tyrant or dear-c
victim of tyranm Each side 4
the wildly-swinging see-a
gyrates on a fulcrum
hypocrisy, greed and indifferent
to humanity
Because of this, it is hardi
make moral judgmentsand.i
is worse, moral choices I I
hate the Russian system witiJ
fierceness to which none of
other antipathies can dare asp*
but 1 would be hard-pressed a
to recognize the feelings
in me for the hypocrisy
Continued on Page 1.1 A
Confrontation With the JDL
Friday. March 10. 1978
Volume 51
2 ADAH 1-5738
Number 10
The sitdown in the local offices
of the American Civil Liberties
Union didn't turn out to be much
of a media event. This must have
been a sore disappointment to the
20 or so Jewish Defense Leaguers
who had alerted the press, radio
and television to the fact that
they were going to halt all opera-
tions at the ACLU in protest
against its stand on freedom of
speech and assembly as it con-
cerns American Nazis.
To the relief of those of us who
became part of the confrontation,
the young people left without
committing any violence or
trashing" the offices, since .11)1.
has that kind of non-Jewish rep-
utation. It was getting on toward
4 o'clock last Friday when 1 sug-
gested that Shabbos was im-
minent.
WHETHER or not the leaders
were also tired of the roundand-
round dialogue" that had taken
place, for the mostly Orthodox
oriented group the advent of-
Shabbos provided a good and
dignified setting tor exit.
No one wins in this kind ol sit
nation I was there with some
other members ot \('l.l to pro-
vide support for the staff, to pre-
vent violence ami to get the
IDl.ers out of the offices without
calling the police and having
them arrested tor trespass
Along with the dilemma ot
feeling obligated to protect the
constitutional rights ot left-wing
and right-wing extremists, most
ACLU supporters find it difficult
to condemn protest even, as in
this case, when it bordered on the
illegal.
AS I TOLD the JDL during
my attempt at dialogue, had they
put a picket line in front of the
building. I probably would not
have crossed it because of my
knee-jerk reaction to picket lines.
Hut as 1 tried to explain that
ACLU was not supporting Nazis
but the First Amendment in Sko
kie. that we would continue to
protect JDL's rights no matter
how much we disagreed with
them some people call them
Jewish fascists and that
ACLU had taken many Jewish
causes to court, on prayer and
other matters, it was obvious
they were listening to the sound
ot a different drummer.
You're a liberal, not a Jew.'
one young fellow told me
\Cl.l defends murderers.'
another called out
It reminded me that a trio <>t
civil libertarian lawyers, Man
Dershowitz of Harvard Law
School; Harvey Silverglate. a
Boston attorney; and Jeanne
Baker, general counsel to the
Civil Liberties Union ot Massa
chusetts, had successfully forced
the government in \9~2 to drop
its case against the JDL mem-
Ixts who had In-en charged with
the responsibility of killing an in-
nocent victim when they Iximbed
Sol Hurok s office in New York.
YOU WILL recall that Hurok
had long been a target of JDL
protests because of booking So-
viet performers on U.S. concert
tours
This was a case whose outcome
depended solely upon the chal-
lenge of the liberal" attorneys to
the government s violation of the
Hill of Rights and not to the issue
of guilt in placing the bomb.
Sheldon Seigel had admitted to
the act. along with othrr*
named, but the attorneys si
ceesfully showed how he hadb.
victimized and trapped by
coming a government infomw
The case maki for very con;
licated reading, and anyone 1
terested should read ( .
tut Re\ ieu ol Vpril Mai H
Hut there are several quouoaj
believe worth sharing tor IM|
who are disturbed bj Skokie*"
yes, by the release ol those*!
murder, such as the JDL|
fondants:
THERE ARE many*,
argue that the government*
lv did what il had todKt"
could not responsibly fun"'
back and remained within
when to do so would h
disaster In litigating M
some of us f*"J
(italics mm.'1. especially^
learned about some "f W
ph.nsth.it were aborted si
Seigel s information
Hut. in thelasi
right that thegovernmi
have lost th'- case when"
10 court. I very untt
throws ,,ut a convicti
stitutionalgrounds.il
cos, of constitutional vioMB
bit higher. .
In am particular CB
c.allv in one a- serf
Hurok bombing, in* \
seen, excessive, but f"
how rare!) the courts*
such costs, ever) gg-
that rendered in these"
.victory for civil liberties
LIKE THE ancient PJ
it is justice, justice thai
libertarian pursues
In this situation. I ^
ed of Keinhold Siebuhr>
justice makes dem.Hrac^,
,foritis)mans^ml.nau
justice that makes dem
cessary."


*Jtni*iifh. ridf/an
Columnist's Writing is Called 'Irresponsible'
I EDITOR. TheJtwiah Fbridkm:
i am writing in response to Lao
|*1indlins article "Sadat and
Il-|{\ Study in Irony, which
fppeared in the Feb. 10 issue of
IThe leuish Fbndton and Shofar
I Greater Hollywood. Not only
I his subject matter and main
points contrived and tenuous.
I|,i several statements and con-
Elusions appear to be off the cuff
l-imi entirely irresponsible. If not
Sacked up by further evidence
Ihey should he retracted.
Except tor the coincidence that
fchev occurred on the same week-
Tend. Sadal visit to Jerusalem
Andthe IN V conference in Hous-
T(>n had nothing more in common
khan am other two events that
happened thai weekend Support
oror opposition to Sadat's bud-
equent peace moves and the
brogress of the Equal Rights
Amendment are in no way com-
barable,
.lull .' million Orthodox Jews
n this country oppose the ERA.
I them anti-Israel
br right-wing extremists'.' Non-
I there are mil*
I nt non-Jewish Amer-
, h ho oppose the E RA but
support for and good will
It : Israel are gratefully ap-
preciated To link those people
,ith the Nazis is not only para-
loid but disrespectful and da-
paging to Israel's cause.
ALTHOUGH I am personally
In favor ol passage ol the ERA, I
lave never deemed that a prere-
uisite for being a Zionist. In
pet. I worried over the possibili-
ty that it would be the pro-ERA
bites at the Houston convention
that would present and pass an
lnti-Zionism resolution I am
pmml that the prO-ERA dele-
jates resisted any pressures from
rithin their various factions to
la so
\- for Vlindlin'a assertion that
lie anti-ER \ people were push*
hg a Zionism equals racism"
fesolution, I find that hard to be*
li sis iw no mention of this
fact in am respected publication
Ir in the mass media I wish he
I'ould cite a source for this state-
bent and also for his comment
hat anti-Semitic signs abounded
|t the Houston conference.
I do realize that there are ex-
seme right-wing elements and
azis who identify and play a
T)le in the anti-ERA movement
But we must also remember that
r re are Communists, Trotsky-
fcts and Maoists who are active
i the pro-ERA drive for ratifica-
Ion and we know what their atti-
lide toward Israel and Zionism
I THEY ONLY use an issue, in
bis case the ERA, inasmuch as it
M their own sectarian cause. Let
s not make them representative
I the issue itself. Especially, let
Imerican .lews and others never
ake the mistake of linking non-
prtisan political support for the
Fate of Israel with such a parti-
|n political issue as the ERA.
In conclusion mav I make one
Kgestion It should be the re-
fonsibility .,1 Orthodox Jewish
Nen who oppose the ERA to
J*<>me an active part of the anti-
l"A movement just as many
pn-'Nhodox Jewish women
v*joined the pro-ERA forces.
I '"hen the) all can help expose
F controiu the anti-Semites
[a haters who hide behind both
?* of the ERA issue. For if de-
crW "to survive in this na-
pn the decent people on both
J~!b "' an> political issue must
P* to the forefront
RICHARD ADLER
Hollywood
^iTheJewMFlortdian:
kmm!.n'TSit-V0f Miami is^
Ponded for the communi-
KSS. Pr"v,ded b-v its recent
EJgnui on the Modern Mid-
r m ,,oth Princeton and Tel
OUR
Rea6eRs
WRite
Let Thy Words Be Brief
Kohelelh lEcclesiastesI
Aviv universities, brought a spe-
cial dimension to the symposium.
IN PARTICULAR, we are
truly fortunate to have in our
community Dr George S. Wise,
who chaired the committee com-
posed of administration, faculty
and lay leaders ol the Miami
community.
Dr Wise has served three uni-
versities in Israel in top leader-
ship positions and is now giving
to the academic community of
Florida this same vision and
guidance
All of us are the richer for the
thoroughly objective discussions
presented and the analysis of the
social, political and economic lac-
tors which influence the Middle
I ast today.
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Kmanu-El
EDITOR, TheJewish Floridian:
The pathetic story making the
rounds in South Beach about the
homeowner forced by redevelop
menl to leave his home in dis-
gust, 1031 Ith St., after 22years
to go hack to Philadelphia is a
vivid illustration of the miserable
plight the heartless city politi-
cians and redevelopers have
brought upon the 6.000-7.000 in-
nocent people living there
There i- no mistaking about
the uprooting and eviction of the
resident- ol South Beach south of
5th Street from their home- and
environment. It is total and com-
plete, the befuddling and tricky
denial- ol the redevelopers to the
contrary. None will be permitted
to remain in their present homes
and apartment-. The final solu-
tion, the absolute riddance ol the
people from their south Beach
home- will be dealt with in two
.'..IV-
# THOSE WHO feel beaten
down broken in spirit, drained of
will and strength to resist and
light, hopeless and discouraged,
resigning themselves to being
driven from their homes and
apartments and neighborhood,
will either move away from the
ana entirely in disgust, or will be
forced to accept strange housing
in -^t range areas outside of South
Heath, with some promise of rent
subsidy.
0 For those more stubborn,
wishing to remain in their homes
and apartments and familiar -ur
roundingS and neighborhood, the
redevelopers (lev eloped their
fiendish plot of rounding them up
like cattle, to be herded into a tew
isolated and lonely islands of low-
income public high-rises, one a
750-unit brainstorm by a council-
man to save the demonic redevel-
opment from possible defeat
#Public housing which is usual-
ly built for those in need of hous-
ing is now meanly [dotted not tor
those in need, but for herding
people into, who already live in.
and are satisfied with, their com-
fortable homes and apartments
and pleasant environment.
THE SADDEST part ol the
South Beach redevelopment plot
i- that it revealed a callous and
sick society that has brought
forth no outcry, no burst ol out-
rage by the media and clergy, es-
pecially the rabbis, ignoblj re-
flecting on their refusal to be in-
volved in a cruel onslaught on
humanity
\ll -land mute before the des-
truction ol a large community
which began with the plotting ol
the moratorium three years ago.
bringing about the expulsion of
the innocent inhabitants to make
room for luxury hotels, which
could be built elsewhere.
ARNOLD KIRSCHNER
Miami Beach
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Israel.'
Publication of this Herzl book
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Britain's Jews Given Warning
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) A
sizzling row has broken out
between leading Jewish
politicians following an attempt
to involve the Jewish community
in the latest arguments about
immigration between the Labor
government and the opposition
Conservative Party.
The row was touched off by Sir
Keith Joseph, the foremost Jew
in the Conservative Party, who
tried to enlist Jewish support for
our peril." he warned.
The protests sparked off by Sir
Keith's appeal were on two levels
- first, against the policies he
was preaching, and secondly,
against his attempt to enlist a
distinct Jewish vote.
IAN MIKARIX). MP. an
outspoken left-wing Laborite.
describing the attempt to involve
Jewish electors in the anti-
immigrant campaign as "the
lowest of the low. declared that
"a Jew, appealing to Jews in Sir
IN BRITAIN
his party's touch new line against
colored immigration. Sir Keith,
chief policy adviser to Mrs.
Margaret Thatcher, the oppo-
sition leader, made his appeal to
voters at Ilford North, a London
constituency where a par-
liamentary election was held last
week, and where the Jewish vote
is decisive.
SIR KEITH cautioned British
Jews against identifying them-
selves with present-day im-
migrants simply because their
own families had been immi-
grants to Britain. He said that
whereas the Jews had assimilated
successfully by their own efforts,
the present immigrants, from
different cultures, were far too
numerous to do so.
The Jews, who are just like
everyone else only more so."
should therefore support the
Conservatives on immigration.
Sir Keith said. "We ignore this at
Keith's terms, degrades the
ethical traditions of the Jewish
community."
The great majority of the
Jewish electors in Ilford North
were themselves the sons and
daughters and grandchildren of
immigrants who fled from Tsarist
Russia and settled in the Last
End. he said.
"The racists of those days
attacked that Jewish community
in the same terms, almost word
for word, as today's racists use
about the Asian communities."
Mikardo said.
THE BOARD of Deputies of
British Jews issued the protest
against Sir Keith's bid for a dis-
tinctly Jewish vote, (ireville
Janner. MP, the Board's vice
president, stressed that Jewish
citizens in Britain belonged to all
the main parties, and voted
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Other critics of Sir Keith,
accusing him of inconsistency,
recalled his own wariness of the
Jewish vote at the election
shortly after the Yom Kippur
War. Sir Keith was then a
member of the Conservative
Cabinet which stopped vital am-
munition from being shipped out
to Israel.
His public silence on the
matter is believed to have cost
him Jewish votes in his own con-
stituency in Leeds, despite his
attempt to concentrate on purely
domestic matters and to attack
the Labor Party's Middle Kast
record.
DESPITE the storm which Sir
Keith has provoked, it is doubtful
he has alienated the entire Jewish
community. Observers here
believe that the Conservative
Partv was deliberately using the
Ilford North by-election to test
its attempt to win votes over
immigration and that Sir Keith's
speech was thought out well in
advance.
To find out the feelings of
Ilford's Jews, the Conservative
Tarty carried out a discreet
inquiry' there, conducted by
Alfred' Sherman, a right-wing
Jewish journalist who works for a
Conservative policy research
institute.
Sherman is said to have
discovered that Ilford's Jews
were indeed, in Sir Keith's words,
like the rest of the British public
only more so" in their attitude
towards national political issues,
including colored immigration.
SHERMAN'S findings are
partly confirmed by evidence
that Ilford's Jews had awakened
very late to the anti-Semitic
implications of the anti-
immigrant National Front Move-
ment.
Although the Board of
Deputies has waged a lengthy
campaign to expose the Nazi
inclinations of the Front's
leaders, Jewish Conservatives in
I lford had turned a deaf ear to the
Board's campaign
What woke up the Ilford com-
munity at the last minute was the
sudden prospect of street battles
in their own neighborhood
between the National Front and
its militant left-wing opponents
who were planning to assemble in
Ilford for another bloody con-
frontation.
LOCAL communal leaders
sought the Board of Deputies'
help in opposing the National
Front's plan to hold a parade
through their district, and Jewish
taxi drivers threatened to counter
the march with a cavalcade oi
cabs
The last-minute decision of
London's police chief to ban a
march, together with other
marches throughout the capital
for the next two months, was
partly caused by tear that Ilford
Jewry, whatever its feelings
about colored immigration could
not stomach the sight ol racists
marching past its front doors and
would go Into action
Ironically, the Front's march
was banned under a law passed to
prevent repetitions of the anti-
Semitic marches Oswald Mosley
organized through London's East
End in the 1930s. The attempt to
make British Jews forget their
own fight against racism may not
be so easy after all.
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Continued from Page 1-A
ment. reveals a different tradition
of women's rights which existed
from antiquity throughout the
Middle Ages a tradition which
recognizes the woman's right to
initiate divorce proceedings.
Three marriage documents
from the Jewish Egyptian com-
munity of Elephantine of the ">th
century B.C.E. specify complete
divorce stipulations which place
the wife on an equal footing with
her husband in divorce pro-
ceedings
The wife would stand in a pub-
lic assembly (probably like to-
day's courtroom), proclaim she
hated her husband, take back her
dowry, and this resulted in a
complete divorce The Palestini-
an Talmud in the early 4th centu-
ry also refers to a similar divorce
stipulation within the marriage
contract, which assured the wife
of this right.
IN TEXTS of marriage con-
tracts found in the Cain) Geniza
from the 10th and 11th centuries,
evidence is indicated of continued
use of this stipulation Then.
riage was defined as a parta
ship, and divorci was permini
even for the w ife s own subiecnj
reasons: that is, hatredwitlj
cause." The divorcing wife m|
lose her ketuba payments. I
keep her down the proce
taking place through thei
tion of the courts
Maimonides, too, took thei
proach that whena wifehatdj
husband, he should lu-comp
to divorce her; that she
not lx' a captive tntcetl toi-oha^
with someone shi finds hateful
Later Jewish thought didi
accept these trends, and fromil
later Middle \ges onward.sid
the exception oi Vemeniti I
there is no further incidenreofif
vorce independently initiated!
the wife
\\ bile in other respect!
medieval Jewish womans
would not, bj to laj --tandntl
be considered enviable. iill
gard to divorce, our femalef
bears appear to have hadane
on us.
Labor Party Delegation in Rumani
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Labor Party delegationm
by Party Chairman Shimon Peres is making an official visit!
Rumania this week, where he is expected to meet i
Rumanian President Nicolae Ceausescu.
Peres has received a message from the Rumanian presio*
that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat briefed him on
Egyptian leader's talk with Peres in Slazburg. Austria.em*
in February.
PERES SAID the invitation to the Labor 1'arty indioj
Rumania's great interest in Middle East affair- He is*
panied bv VIK's Chaim Barlev and Moshe ShataLW*
Gatt. head of the Labor Party's Foreign Relation- Departing
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Page 7-A
Shah of Iran:
View from Capitol
From Teheran comes a report this week that the Shah of
Iran is reportedly considering slowing down the flow of oil
to Israel in order to coerce Israel into accepting a Middle
East peace "agreement" on a unilateral Arab-determined
basis. If true, this would be the first time that the Shah,
Israel's principal supporter, has departed from his
principle that the sale of Iranian oil is a thing separate and
apart from politics. How does the U.S. view the Shah
today? The following report answers the question.
kit
Continued from Page 1-A
n. with its oil and gas reserves
iuUzed at over $800 billion
es potential threats from every
lection, particularly the USSR.
id that after Vietnam, it cannot
mt on IS. support in the
pit of attack.
rThis attitude is echoed in
ahington where Iran's emer-
ice .1- the Policeman of the
tsian Gulf" is seen as safe-
[arding the limitless oil wealth
not only Iran itself, but also
ludi Vrabia and the (iulf
ites, "ii which Europe and
pan are almost totally
indent for their energy
intiu t:i- and from whom
i imports up to 50
iil needs
as a
i i s was
hi il hen an offer
guarantees by
keep Pan
i fly ing w hen it
i iptcj
lOW I \ I R, Iran's interests
are far from
| Ajth those ol the I S
at the U'l.c Summit
( Iran emerged as the
ling hawk, calling for a 1">
cent hike in the price ol crude.
contrast Saudi Arabia.
bwed by the United \ral>
ir.iti held the price down to
a percent increase, and
tatened the unity of the oil
el.
In- division reflected the
[erent nature of the oil states,
idi Arabia and the Gulf Stales
lady have more |>eirodollars
It they can possibly absorb,
in contrast, has much to
he Shah is intent on turning
into a major industrialized
r. and spends his petro-
fcrs ;is |;,s, as he gets them.
year. Iranian government
enditures totaled S49.2
'ii. ol which $32 billion went
government enterprises.
^>nn major industries, trans
'tiim infrastructure and
| fncal generating capacity.
_ L'T THE Shah has
I etwlly warned that Iran's oil
I tm. estimated at 64.5 billion
I p. will probably last less
1 another 20 years So for
tMne is running out. and
" prices are a major
prement.
? there is more at stake than
nceof crude For the Shah ia
on building a regional
Power. With government
Foment the national
pupation with history and
r'o.Ky. the symbols' of a
wiperial past approach
MWSSive level.
J.v this last year, the very
">t the (iulf was the subject
njajor diplomatic row bel-
li* Emirates, who called it
n\ "nd the Shah, for
11 had to remain Per-
sian." Iran furthermore, is Shia
Moslem, with strong mystical,
messianic, and fire-worshipping
influences. the heritage of
Persia's long and distinct
cultural past, and there has never
been any love lost with the Sunni
Moslem powers to the West. But
there are also disputes of a more
recent nature.
SOVIETBACKED Iraq has
long been a thorn in the Shah's
side. Iran backed the Kurdish
revolt against Baghdad and
supplied them with weapons, but
by 1975 the Kurds had been
smashed and Iran, under Amer-
ican pressure, signed a treaty ol
friendship with the government
ol Iraq Put the Baathist regimi
in Baghdad remains a mortal foe
ol i hi' men in Teheran
Still. Iran gri all and
the most tempting large! for its
new super-powered might,
remains th< oil Mecca to the
sum h i he Kingdom ol Saudi
vrabia itsell Ii may. I hi refon .
lie significant t hat I ran s new
military might is geared, not
merely ugainsl Itussian assault.
but also for a major I'ersian (iulf
role.
The small Iranian nav> is soon
to boost five "I the most modern
and formidable warships in the
world American Spruance
class missile destroyers and
two \merican-leased aircraft car-
riers, each capable of carrying MO
Phantom lets
THE NEW naval air bases at
Bandar Abbas guard the mouth
of the Gull and are almost due
west of Saudi Arabia's strategic
centers. Just west of the Pakis-
tani border is (hah Bahar. by far
the largest naval base anywhere
in the Indian Ocean (including
the former Russian Berbera base
in Somalia and the new American
installations at Diego Garcia),
and built at a cost of over 81
billion by American contractors
The Iranian hovercraft fleet
the largest in the world is
especially suited to offensive
operations around the mouth of
the Shatt al Arab river Ithe
marshy confluence of the
Euphrates and the Tigris! in
southern Iraq, outflanking the
Kussian-buill naval base at Irani
Qasr and opening the way to oil-
rich and defenseless Kuwait and
Bahrain.
Control of the other (iulf oil-
fields would give Iran a gar-
gantuan control of more than half
the annual OPEC production as
well as ending Arab petrodollar
power. Given the unstable
conditions of the Gulf States and
Saudi Arabia itself, with their
large immigrant populations of
Yemeni and Palestinian workers.
a future upheaval that could
provoke Iranian intervention
with Western approval is a real
possibility. But America could
then find" that its Policeman of
the Gulf" has a mind of its own.
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*. itmirtfkridton
f nciav
Marcl
Hunger Strike Due Next Wednesday
& *_-/-__.- Vow York Conference ^m--^mmm
Combined Jewish
Floridian Services
A major national hunger strike
is in the offing for next Wednes-
day. Mar. 15. in behalf of the So-
viet prisoner of conscience. Ana-
strations must still continue for
all of the Russian Jewish refuse-
niks and prisoners of conscience
that he represents."
MEANWHILE, several hun-
dred New Yorkers
Soviet Mission to
the Greater New York Conference
on Soviet Jewry as an emergency
response to the latest develop-
ments in the Sharansky case.
THE JEWISH activist, who
, several nun- -^ applied for an emigration
marched to the u m A n 1972. was arrest-
the United N a- jn Moscow iast Mar. IB and
AMERICAN SCENE
toly Sharansky, on charges that
he is a spy for the CIA.
"While we always have hope
that Anatoly Sharansky will be
freed before Mar. 15. it is certain-
ly doubtful." declared spokesmen
for the Student Struggle for So-
viet Jewry in New York this
week, organizers of the national
strike.
"Should Sharansky be freed,"
the statement added, "demon-
tions to protest the trial last week
of Sharansky and the refusal by
Soviet authorities to allow him to
be represented by an attorney of
his choice. Sharansky has been
charged with treason, which car-
ries a possible death sentence.
Allegations in the Soviet press
that Sharansky had worked for
the CIA were specifically denied
by President Carter last July.
The march was organized by
held incommunicado since then.
His mother. Mrs. Ida Milgrom.
was informed Thursday that the
KGB (secret police) has appoint -
ed a defense lawyer. The KGB.
however, refused to reveal the
lawyer's name.
The move indicated that the
preliminarv investigation is over
and that Sharansky will be
brought to trial within a month.
Under Soviet law. trial must take
place within 28 days of the end of Cu|tural Center where the speak-
the preliminary investigation. ers jnciuded several present and
The protest march followed an former New York City officials,
emergency rally at the Minskoff Sharansky s brother-in-law, Mik-
Anatoly Sharansky
hail Stigiitz; and m^3
man. associate chain. N
GNYCSJ.whopSSpfl
GOV. HUGH CAHETrt
York expressed ^^
dismay over the dev"
in a statement read at Si
Citizens of New York-1
remn silent but will jJJf
forts of men and wor*jJ
will throughout the vl"
pledge to continue to en'
effort to obtain Sharansky ji
dom. ( a rev's statement sj
The marchers carried i i
addressed to the Soviet i.
sador to the UN. OlegW
sky. protesting the deniilii
ransky's right to select U
defense counsel. Over lwj
cow lawyers turned doq]
Milgrom's pleas that thet,
sent her son
THE SHARANSKY i
had asked that a French I
Roland Rappaport, be allow
act as co-counsel but thtU
authorities rejected their n
IMKEBELIEUE
IMEUER
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1 i d i
Th we must forget what happened at
Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchen-
wald. And Munich. .And Entebbe.
There are those who say that
Israel s people must stand on
their own feet and not expect
help from Jews in America.
And that the problems of
Jews in Russia have abso-
lutely nothing to do with the lives
of Jews living today in Florida. And
that the problems of the aged Jews
on Miami Beach have nothing to do
with the survival of Jews as a people
all over the world.
To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson
history has carved into our souls. For we are not just Russian Jews.
Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young
Jews. Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
And if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not
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* knistFkridi^r
Page 11-A
ide Calls Stalemate 'Crucial'
.vDONALTSHULER
,;/, Floridian Staff Writer
Israel Ii-;hUt who was head
firsi peace delegation lo
j December declared that
[esenl stage concerning the
negotiations "is crucial,
|,t.l.\,. ili.U positive results
ise.
,hu Ben-Elissar. director
al 0t the Prime Ministers
committed to make peace be-
tween Kgypt and Israel.
"The ultimate results will be
positive. Egypt and Israel want
peace. We need to establish a lor
mula to obtain it." said Dr. Ben-
Klissar.
"Sadat now counts on America
to exert pressure on Israel." he
said Since Sadat visited the
United States a few weeks ago,
Egypt's position in the negotia-
kit-
it
,it the State of Israel, and
friend and aide to Prime
vr Menachem Begin for a
r ol years, was in Miami
.k to launch the 1978 Is-
Hml campaign and to meet
Jewish leaders from
limit the United States
[anada to discuss Begin's
j the I nited States this
I
IMENTING that Egyp.
in resident Vnwar Sadat has
it deliberately to involve
nited States on his side."
en-Flissar nonetheless be-
that Sadal is genuinely
r.
tions has become tougher
Egypt's perception (of the con-
cessions each side has made
toward peace! allows them to be
tougher."
DR. BEN-ELISSAR empha-
sized that Israel had offered sov-
ereignty to Kgypt over all of the
Sinai and that for the first time in
their history, the Arabs in .Judea.
Samaria and the (iaza Strip
would be given self-rule under a
peace agreement.
The Israeli official said that
the present United States role in
the negotiations is "a rather ne-
gative role" and that it has made
it clear that U.S. sale of Arms to
Saudi Arabia is viewed in Israel
as the deliberate intent to supply
the Saudis with sophisticated
planes to be used against Israel
and not for defense.
"We have criticisms of the
United States," he said. The
image ot being good brother is
eroding. We don't want the U.S.
to pressure us. As far as we are
concerned, there is no timetable
on peace ... we only need pa-
tience. These negotiations are
more difficult than Vietnam
talks, and here we are dealing
with Israel's very destiny."
DR. BF.N-KI.ISSAR said he
felt the media helped create part
of the pressure on Israel. Kvery-
one was so amazed to see Israelis
and Egyptians being friendly to-
gether in front of the world
now. the least little conflict (in
the negotiations) is not toler-
able." he said.
After all. we are two very dif-
ferent parties trying to amend
thousands of years of difficulties
between us. TV has taught us
that every problem can be solved
within the hour, but this is not a
TV special and there is no pro-
ducer to tell us when to do what."
A call for increased Israel Bond
[pan's Return of Oranges
Angers Israeli Officials

ffic
rr>
ira
I. \YI\ (JTA) Israeli
are reacting with anger
| Japan ordered ti<)0 crates ot
returned to Israel
fjut an inspection. Manv here
a-an indication that .Japan
ring more and more into a
rab posmon.
\ noted that last week
| ese delegates voted to oust
from the Asian (lames
apancse decision came just
lei ~ citrus sales to Europe
(turning to normal follow-
I' percent drop in the wake
discover} ot mercury in
in Holland and West
ny.
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the Israel citrus industry, ac-
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"nday.Mj
Day an Blames Egypt for Impasst
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
blames Egypt for the current
impasse in peace talks with Israel
and sa>> his country' prefers
direct negotiations and practical
discussions of mutual proposals
HE SAID the current
negotiations through American
mediation was contrary to the
understanding reached by Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
President Anwar Sadat at their
Christmas Day meeting in
with the Egyptians to the present
contacts through an American
intermediary.
Addressing the 29th World
Zionist Congress. Dayan claimed
there are no direct negotiations
with Egypt now because the
Egyptians do not want or cannot
conduct such negotiations
without the participation of
Jordan and other Arab countries.
He also accused Cairo of
toughening its stand and backing
away from original positions.
Ismailia last year.
According to Dayan. the
Egyptians promised then to
present counterproposals to
Israel's peace plan for Sinai and
the West Hank, but so far they
have not done so.
It is hard to tell whether the
Egyptians believed at the begin-
ning of negotiations that they
would eventually reach a
separate agreement with Israel.'
Dayan said ____
AT THE moment, he told the
Congress delegates, negotiations
are concentrated on the
Palestinian issue and the future
of the West Hank and there is no
discussion of bilateral matters
between the two countries.
Davan said Israel did not
object to President Carter's Jan.
4 Aswan formula that called for
Palestinian Arab participation in
determining their own future.
"Israel is willing to sit with I
them and to discuss with them
their future.'' Dayan said. He
claimed, however, that it is
quite obvious that when they
speak of thei* future they mean
that they will determine our
future."
He said Israel would never
allow the Palestinian Arabs to
determine the future ot its settle-
ments in the occupied Arab
territories.
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telegram thai the Malaysian For-
eign Minister had claimed that
his visit would be exploited" by
the opposition Pan Malaysian
Islamic Party among the M
percent Moslems in local elec-
tions Mar IS
The rabbi, who is also director
of the department of inter
religious affairs <>t the American
Jewish Committee, reported that
the IKC had cabled a protest to
the State Department, charging
thai Malaysia subverts" the
humanitarian cause of the Indo-
chinese refugees by linking it to
an extraneous Middle East
conflict.
HE SAID the Christian
membersol the IKC unanimously
refused to visa Malaysia
Tanenbaum said the IKC
group went to meet Vietnamese
boat people m Indochinese
refugee camps and with Indo-
nesian government authorities
who are also predominantly
Moslem."
The rabbi said that at a press
conference in Hangknk. he and
IKC Co-Chairmen l.*o
and \\ illiam as
statement thai our nw
m it h Indoi hire Re n
the past '.'"' j
Manila Singapore,
and Thailand ;
this is one "I the
neglected humanitarians^
of t hi di
IN DENOI N< ING
laj sian authorities lorea
human suffering, the tlnj
member-- said, It
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decisively Mali
deny" Tanenbaum's
mental human I
treating Jew
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\mericans
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to /ie #.5. Balance of Terror
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[niinued from Fae 4-A
difference to humanity that
fies our own system from
ifngtonondown.say.tojthe
Trovernment and us back-
"hucksters hustling our
ir rapid transit.
I FKK ARE many levels <>l
u in the balance of terror
I,; [established govern-
is .,. th. ton ol the list
I ihem an the forces op-
I l0establ hed vemment
rhai th. Kussians ca
hisls, and whi l we caU
k .. The more oppressive
Eminent is. the more vicious
vocabularj describing its
| ipen a govern-
is ihe more euphemistic is
bcabulan The result is the
i- thi- second level <>
jmh thai gets the lion's
Dl propaganda, not because
necessarily more lethal or
Violent, but because it is. by
pture, open rather than
m its activities and
be it is the established order
introls the implements of
nnda in which it terrorizes
rorists in the best interests.
iwn sun ival.
j becausi the established
viments that frank
ists oppose use the props-
media to present them-
10 the world as victims
lerateol lite and liberty who
not stoop i > the sort of
ice necessary to the sue-
t performance ol a counter-
strike force. Of what sen-
iiili-t reader value i- such
isde? Presumably none. It
terrorist as pirate who is
d in the old Paul
lid Jean Lafitte image. To
to be a loser suits the
fshment in this ease.
th AT the bottom of the
the kinds of pathetic souls
led in our burglary and
It I will never excuse them.
can understand them
ige at being disarmed as
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human beings by sanctimonious
levels ol the pecking order in ter-
rorism who are far more adept at
greed and hypocrisy than they
are
Revenge is the motive tor these
lower levels ol terrorism
revenge at the frank material
expense of others
Revenge is not only behind,
say. skyjackings but also. say.
the theft of Charlie Chaplin's
remains. Men are rarely SO hypo-
critical as in the manner in which
the) treat death, according
The problem in this
balance of terror struggle
is that there is no clear-cut
tyrant or clear-cut victim
of tyranny. Each side of
the wildfy'Swinging see-
saw gyrates on a fulcrum
of hypocrisy, greed and
indifference to humanity.
Because of this, it is hard
to make moral judgments
and. what is worse, moral
choices.
corpses, in too many instances,
far more honor than they did the
li\ ing person
What demands the thieves will
make, and how the Chaplin
family will respond to the theft
should tell us a lot about this
highly ornate brand ol human
hypocrisy
THE FILM. That Obscure
Object of Desire, now doing the
WometCO Theatre circuit.
demonstrates these principles
governing the balance of terror
how terror infects even the Ix'st
Of us. causing us to retaliate in
kind, to seek revenge, making
beasts of us all.
In the film, director Runnel
links random acts of political ter-
rorism to the sexual campaign <>t
a young woman against an older
man whom she terrorizes by her
frivolous teasing of his serious
hopes
The woman is actually two
different women, but he fails to
recognize this because his greedy
desire lor her submission makes
him indifferent to her personally.
Finally, his race causes him to
respond in terrorist kind.
BUNUEL'S SPECIAL brand
of humor lies in a dwarf psy-
chologist, who explains only the
must obvious things about the
older man's affair much to the
frustrated lover's astonishment,
who is too confused to under-
stand anything alxiut his own
motives, and to the dwarf's
insistence that he has no really
special insights and that anybo-
dy should be able to see what he
is explaining even without his ex-
planations.
The dwarf is Munuel's way ol
saying that human motivation,
the subconscious, is beyond
man's puny attempts to under-
stand it. Man's knowledge in this
area, in effect, is dwarf like.
liunuel also defines the ob-
vious sexual component in
terrorist activity which barking
machine guns, exploding bombs
and the middle-aged man's
merciless beating in the end of his
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No Visitors for Rabbi
Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, is recovering at Mount Sinai
Medical Center following a heart attack he sustained last
week.
Rabbi Kronish has been moved from the Intensive
Miami
Care Unit into private quarters, and visitors are
discouraged.
Temple Beth Sholom was to have celebrated its 35th
anniversary at a dinner-dance Saturday evening, but the
event has been postponed due to Rabbi Kronish s con-
dition.______________________
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JNF Newsletter
Published by The Jewish National Fund in Greater Miami
420 Lincoln Road, Suite353, Miami Beach, Florida33139. Phone 53&i
Susan
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heRBS, Spices
in leqend
FROM CARAVAN TO CASSEROLE: Herbs and Spices in
Legend. History and Recipes. By Malvina Liebman.
Miami: E. A. Seeman. 160pp.. S7.95.
READERS AND cooks remember Malvina Liebman s first
cookbook. Jewish Cookery from Boston to Baghdad The recipes
are mouthwatering, the history revealing, and the ingredients
exciting. Every recipe contains something unusual, often an
uncommon -put' or herb.
Now the author and gourmet cook has taken those exotic
ingredients, which were used to tell the history of Jews around
the world, and she tells of their origins. Liebman aptly describes
the enchantment and mystery which we associate with spices
and herbs:
"THERE IS incomparable romance in the history of herbs
and spices which conjures up a world of myth and magic: galleys
being rowed along distant rivers; turbaned traders haggling in
Eastern bazaars; bejeweled Venetians using ducats earned in
the spice trade to enhance the beauty of Italian cities, and long
caravans of caparisoned camels plodding across the desert
dunes."
The first of many Biblical references to spices is contained
in the story of Joseph. His brothers sold him for twenty pices of
silver to Ishmaelites. spice merchants who were bearing
spicery and balm and myrrh to carry it to Egypt."
WHEN GOD spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai about the
building of the Tabernacle. He said that the Children of Israel
must first bring an offering of "oil for the light, spices for
anointing oil. and sweet incense." King Solomon's wealth
resulted from his involvement in the "traffic of the spice mer-
chants." The Queen of Sheba brought an abundance of spices to
Solomon as did others seeking his wisdom.
The author has arranged the 34 spices she describes in
alphabetical order with classic prints to picture each. Besides
presenting an extensive history of the individual spice, Liebman
offers methods of cultivation and specific foods in which an herb
or spice is used.
THE SECOND half of From Caravan to Casserole contains
a wide variety of recipes which create "foods from the gods."
These recipes run the dinner gamut from appetizers to desserts.
Liebman has included a curried tuna ball which can be served as
an interesting change from the traditional cheese ball.
There is an unusual soup which includes bouquet garni, a
combination of thyme, chervil, bay leaf, cloves and peppercorns
tied in a cheesecloth and dropped into the pot. This reviewer
examined the recipes carefully and found all to be kosher.
Everyone can enjoy the herbs and spices in legend, history,
and Mrs. Liebman's recipes. Perhaps this reviewer will have an
opportunity in the future to sample recipes from both cookbooks
directly from the author's pot.
Purim -- From Destruction to Salvation I
Purim -- From Holocaust to the State of Israel's 30th Birthday
,i- ,.,~.ate itself For over J.VM) years the Jewish people celebrate Purim which iomrMsll
rates' alvaTioXn 5 E5L deer,,! by the ors enem, of the Jews. Han*, C3
^nEiKndMordec.iofoId.theJewiAp.^lewereMved
Recause of the Esthers and Mordecaia of modern times, Israel was established and prsp, J
hl!,al lews from all over the world. The marriage between the Jewish peopl^l
grows.asahaeto all: ;w ^-d the instrument that serves .he Jewish people .,,ihfulivB|
aTS S^fiSrif GEE* and Redeeming the soB of srae The Jewish sjg&
has i sown l."hr^ and Mordecais, and these Esthers andMordecaM have made theJewttSafl
has its own*"? h Nationa] Fund have made Israel green, liveable, and greal ThevJ
^SSoSASL^!^^ into the fertile landol Israel Ye. to p,,, ^
JSnidttalS that lie ahead before the Esthers and MordecaiS ol the .1.
fold, and the need is great ......_____________^MMMM,MM,M_^^^
Purim Ball-- Queen Esther and Princesses
The Fewish National Fund Purim Hall to be held on Sunday. March26th at th. I
Hotel promises to be one of the most stimulating and lovely events, said Abraham Crunhut.1
ident INF Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving Lehrman. t hairman. JNr roundation 1 he -ri.-ominKQeJ
is Mrs Emanuel |Gus) Menu, valiant and courageous leader, and C hairperson ol Women forJNP.1
Princesses are Mrs Moe iSadiel Keiffen. and Mimi Chandeze. both have dl 'henus
with outstanding service to the JNF. The Queen and Princesses will complete
crowned at the Purim Mall with due glamour, distinction, and appropriate n
1978-79, Israel's :U)th Anniversary. ^______--__

Jewish National Fund & The Mordecais
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\- important as the Queen Es-
ther ol old was, as important u- the
modern Queen Esthers are. ii
Mordecai ol old, and the Mi
ol our lime thai play a central rule
in the salvation and strengthening
of our Jew
It was Mordei ii ol old thai
guided Queen I'm her to save Her
people h i- the modern Mi
that help guide and proi
means I" the modern Esthi I
their rightful tasks and duties on
behali ol their people
Greater Miami is
many Mordecais This week s Pro-
file of modern Mordecais
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Mr. & Mrs. Dave Alper Establish A Recreation (enter
In The American Bicentennial Park Near Jerusalem
Mr & Mrs. Dave Alper have established a Recreation < en-
ter in the sum ol 8100.000 through the Foundation ol the.lew ish
National Fund. Rabbi Mayer Vbramowitz ol Temple Menorah
their spiritual leader, has praised their generosit) and then did
uation to the State ol Israel and its future

Mr. Moe Levin is Awarded
The "TzadikHador" Award.
From left to right: Mr Moe Levin. Mrs. Moe Levin. l)r Samuel
I. Cohen, and lev IV. Kogan. President JSF Southern Region
\
s,, ri with M> f
,.. r i- lh s
. I'n s .ISI '
Mi M"< i I
o| (Jreater Mian md '
the Histadi rw*ntlJ|
the coveted
for his taitht ''|V'
Israel Mr Levin \vml
best element- in
heart, a brilliant mind.*!""
fish dedication said W
Uhrman. This honoi
served, and Mr l*v,n*
nized as one ol the
JNF, said Dr Samuel l-W|
Executive Vici l're >"
America, in presenting1
We salute Mr .Levin, and >
well. Much good health, anu'
achievement sin the futuw
Champion of Jewish National Fund Foundation Presented With Ketter Shem Tov Award
Mr. Abraham Grunhut. President JNF Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving U'hrman. haveP ,,3
Joe Lavin as the Champion of the Foundation of the JNF. Mr. Lavin was singled out as
vidual who has established more Annuities with the JNF than any other person in this area
Dr. Samuel I. Cohen praised Mr. Lavin for his visionary approach to the Founijj'''^'
strengthening its activities has demonstrated his great heart and understanding and dedi
helping Israel. Mr. Lavin. at the same time is helping himself, thus combining and mann
wisdom and outstanding generosity. p-_
Dr. I^onard Haber. Mayor of Miami Beach, has presented Mr. Lavin with the key t ^
Miami Beach for his outstanding dedication to Israel, and praised him as a great human
wonderful human being
Frvm left to right: Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, Exec. V.P. JNF of
America; Dr. Leonard Haber, Mayor of Miami Beach; and Mr.
Joe Lavin.
The Jewish National Fund's Aims and Ideals:
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Page 15- A
iegin in Secret Reply to Letter from President Sadat
Com bined J TA Services
mUSALEM Prime Min-
|Menachem Begin has writ-
J personal letter to President
Lr Sadat of Egypt in reply to
Ttter h.' received from Sadat
Thursday Ii was delivered
Kj.S. I mbassy official, pre-
Ibly to i' telexed to Amis-
Becretarj ol State Alfred L.
T-tlin. who Hew from Am-
f Jordan, t<> Cairo and was
> meet with Sadal Wednea-
Lconteni of the Begin-Sadat
Inge has been kepi secret
told newsmen, however.
|the "spirit" of the letters
kthat both sides want to re-
Hjrect contacts "within the
work "I the political and
In committees
[gin reportedly
jLl his letter after eonsulta-
IvMih several senior Cabinet
lers It was discussed at a
et meeting where the min-
i reportedly reached certain
lusions after a political
bion thai lasted over two
The conclusions" were
dosed
Icrton was expected back in
Ion Tuesday as his last visit
[current round of shuttle di-
Icy before he returns to
In^rtnn tor the Carter-Begin
\\ l\ Surprisingly I it. -
L'tiiii'ii was given here dur
ireign Minister
l)aj an proposal thai Is
I he n ilitan govern-
i> : (laza
erally implement
Menachem Be-
fferini
rule" to the Arab inhabitants of
those territories.
MADE the sugges-
expected announcement during
his nationally televised newscon-
DAYAN MADE the sugges- rwiC8 last Thursday that W'eiz-
tion at a political forum, known man would be meeting with him.
as Bama," which met here Fri- 'ne Israeli defense chief said he
day. He insisted he was not an- was unaware that such a meeting
nouncing a new government plan was st'heduled. and no official in-
but was merely offering food for vitation had been received from
thought. Dayan will accompany 'he White House by the time of
Begin to Washington next week his departure,
for meetings with President
(latter.
The foreign minister said that
his proposal was intended to give
the Arabs freedom to administer
their own affairs as long as it did
not threaten Israel's security. He
said it stemmed from the basic
conception that Israel does not
want to
Arabs on
400.1 KM) in the (iaza Strip indefi-
nitely as an occupying power.
JERUSALEM Leaders of
the opposition Labor Party
warned Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin's government that
its interpretation of Security
Council Resolution 242 to exclude
rule ')l)0.0(M)-t;ilO.(M)0 the West Hank and (ia/.a Strip as
the West Hank and ar,'as 'r territorial compromises
ran counter to the interpretation
by all previous Israeli gov-
ernments
THAT VIEW was emphasized
by two former prime ministers,
(iolda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin,
and former Justice Minister
llaim Zadok. at a Labor Party-
political forum.
Weizman in
WASHINGTON Defense
Minister K/.er Weizman arrived
here for nun-tings with Adminis-
tration officials relative to Is-
rael's weapons needs and. it now
appears likely, with President
Carter himself.
Weizman's trip comes at a time settlement, calls for withdrawal
of increasing strain between Is- "' ^raeh armed forces from terri-
tories of recent conflict."
Begin indicated recently
Resolution 242. adopted by the
Security Council on Nov. 22,1967
as the basis for an eventual peace
ing
the
rael and the U.S. over crime
Minister Menachem Begins set
tlement policies and the U.S. pro-
posal to sell military aircraft in a
single package to Israel. Egypt
and Saudi Arabia.
AGAINST THAT back-
ground, concern was expressed
that the Carter Administration
ma} Ik- try ing to create a split in
the Israeli government leadership
on the basis ot Weizman's mod-
eration in contra-: to Begins un-
bending position on the -
ments issue
That \ icw was givei Borne ere-
that
he does not consider it applicable
to the West Bank because, except
for Britain and Pakistan, no
country ever recognized Jordan's
sovereignty over the area from
1948-67.
But the Labor Party leaders
maintained that every Israeli
government since 1967 has ack-
nowledged that the resolution re-
quires withdrawals from the
West Hank although Israel re-
jects the \rab interpretation that
i" demands total withdrawal
ill occupied territories
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to Israel remains."
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commitment to Israel in 1975.
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i estimated 5,000 marchers,
sponsored by major buai-
firms and religious
Uzations and marching
ds will be among more than
units in the Israel Jubilee
Lde to be held on Miami
ch on Sunday, April 2.
the heels of the parade, a
kh fair titled "Ir Hanoar"
bth for Israel) will be held the
I day on the east side of the
jii Beach Convention Hall,
Uring games of fun and skill.
IE announcement of the
e and youth fair plans was
by Morris Futernick and
(rife, Mikki, co-chairpersons
Israel Jubilee Committee,
a nonprofit corporation
will produce the county-
I eight-day event to honor the
anniversary of the State of
Israel and salute the cultural and
historic heritage of Dade
County's large Jewish popu-
lation.
Dade County, the City of
Miami Beach and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation are the
major sponsors of the Jubilee and
Dade Vice Mayor Barry D.
Schreiber, originator of the idea,
is honorary chairman of the
Jubilee.
Virgilio Perez, insurance
executive and a leader in the
county's Latin community, has
been named chairman of the
Jubilee parade and Marvin
Lieberman, assistant executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida
is parade coordinator. William
(Bill) Stirrup, Black civic leader
and for almost 20 years co-
ordinator of the Orange Blossom
:. Maxwell Dauer Named General
lairman of Renovation Campaign
bration March 25 at the Diplomat
Hotel in Hollywood.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Ro-
senhaus are chairmen of the
scholarship ball committee,
which is attempting to secure 235
scholarships to enable the I.ehr-
man Day School to maintain its
policy of providing financial as-
sistance to more than half of its
student bodv.
Maxwell Dauer. vice pres-
, .it Temple Kmanu-Kl. has
named general chairman of
iO.000 campaign to com-
v renovate the physical
of Temple Kmanu-Kl of
n, i Miami.
Lointment of Dr. Dauer was
unced bj Samuel N. Fried-
general chairman of the
Lratinn committee for Dr. Ir-
iLehrman's 35th anniversary
jbbi "i the Miami Beach con-
ation, and by Judge Fred-
s'. Bared, president of
lie Emanu-El.
I. AND Mrs Dauer also will
i a- co-chairmen of the Lehr-
Day School Scholarship
being held in conjunction
the 35th anniversary cele-
Priedland said more than 130
scholarships have been secured to
date, and that more than 175,000
has been raised towards the reno-
vation drive headed by Dauer.
LORRAINE Greenberg is co-
ordinator of the Ball committee,
which is preparing a dinner and
dance to celebrate the rabbi's
35th anniversary.
\ .
Solomon Schiff (left), director of Chaplaincy of the
Iter Miami Jewish Federation and chaplain at Mount Sinai
teal (enter, greets special guests at the recent meeting of
iouth Florida Chaplains Association held at Mount Sinai.
I group, made up of the chaplains of health care and
Ctional institutions in South Florida, meets regularly to
Jige ideas. With Rabbi Schiff (left to right) are Alvin
f, executive director of Mount Sinai, Dr. Ivor Fix,
nan of Mount Sinai's Department of Radiation Therapy,
"is litest speaker, and Father Ambrose Burke, president
'South Florida Chaplains Association.
POINTS OF VIEW
Dr. Zvi Dinstein
Parade, will be Jubilee Parade
director.
PEREZ said the Jubilee
parade will get under way at 11
a.m. on April 2, with the route
running from 10th Street north to
20th Street on Washington
Avenue. It will disband behind
the Convention Hall at 1 p.m.
The staging area will be from 5th
Street to 10th Street on
Washington.
Major floats already entered in
the parade include Eastern Air
Lines. National Airlines, Delta
Airlines. Radio Station WQBA.
Flagler Federal. Dade Federal,
the Miami Herald, the Israel
Jubilee Committee float and a
number sponsored by religious
groups.
Perez, who is a director of the
Latin Chamber of Commerce, a
member of the Dade County
Community Relations Board, a
state commissioner for the
Spanish-speaking populace and a
member of the Dade School Sys-
tem's Advisory Board, said he
expected the Jubilee parade to
even surpass the one which cele-
brated Israel's 25th anniversary.
This one will be even larger and
Virgilio Perez
prettier." he said.
THE YOUTH fair, headed by
Co-Chairpersons Barbara Snyder
and Jeff Levey, will open at 1
p.m. as the parade disbands and
will remain open until 6 p.m.
Also featured among the
various Jubilee activities will be
an international tennis contest
between the University of
Miami's nationally-ranked men's
team and a team of Israeli college
players.
The tournament will take place
at the UM courts Wednesday,
March 29 at 2 p.m.
DR. ZVI Dinstein, economic
minister of the Israeli Embassy
in the United States and Canada
and head of Israeli economic
missions in North America, will
be the principal speaker at the
American-Israel Trade Luncheon
to be held on Miami Beach.
Thursday. March 30.
Pictured at recent luncheon hosted by Jorgen and Monica
Moller, owners of the Prince Hamlet Danish Restaurant of
Miami are (standing left to right) Lillian Turak, Mildred Paul,
Mollie Beck with and Jorgen Moller; (seated) Gloria Friedman,
president of Miami Chapter of Hadassah; Eleanor Osheroff and
Ruth Sands. Mrs. Moller was presented with life membership to
Hadassah and Mr. Moller was given associate membership by
Mrs. Friedman for their efforts on behalf of Youth Aliyah,
Hadassah Israel Education Services and Youth Activities in
the U.S.
Jewish National Fund Purim Ball Set
The Purim Ball of the
Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami will be held
Sunday, March 26, 6:30
p.m. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman,
president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Foundation,
said that the ball promises
to be one of the most out-
standing social events of
the season.
"PURIM HAS a special signi-
ficance in Jewish life." according
to Dr. Lehrman. "There is a le-
gend that says when the Messiah
comes, and all holidays will be
abolished. Purim will still be cele-
brated. The reason is that Purim
connotes salvation from total
destruction, which was decreed
uteriaith Program Highlights
arallels and a Common Ground
SOKMAA.OROVITZ
February retreated
Miamians bid
P annual round
forts.
into
adieu to
of inter-
gogue
who
^<>men of Dade
brought vou the in-
'earning experience.
n,,r Jew- in January, hit
P^/'ih February 'sinter-
Makes Friendship
)the
fWhat
" .'""''"sly-held programs
[Plea Emanu-El, Beth Am
fpL She attracted Cath-
hat Mni8 and Jews to
f* Understanding and
'l'n Make Friendship
M^PLE,Beth Moshe "
Mmi. Vivian Lelchuk
Rabbi Louis Lederman
and Sheila Tischenkel co-chaired
a mixed morning of talks, music
and visual demonstrations to ex-
plain the sanctuary, Israel and
Jewish holidays.
The satisfaction came, not
from the clucking appreciative
noises made by the Jewish atten-
dees, but from the exclamations
of the Catholic and Protestant
women.
In planning the event, Kllen
Mandlcr. vice president of Com-
munity F.ducation for Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division, said that rep-
resentatives of the Archdiocese
Council of Catholic Women and
Church Women United were
asked what they wanted to see at
the synagogues.
"IT WAS their suggestion" to
learn about Israel and see how
Jewish holidays are celebrated
through victuals and rituals.
Continued on Page 11 -B
by King Ahasuerus at Daman's
instigation."
Purim celebrates the Jewish
salvation through Queen Esther,
whom Mordechai sent to plead
for her people before the king. In
the end, Haman was hanged on
the very tree which he had pre-
pared for Mordechai.
"The Jews in 127 counties of
the empire were saved, and the
holiday of Purim, a celebration
for happy, joyous merriment,
stems from this event over 2,500
years ago." observed Dr.
Lehrman.
THE MARCH 26 Purim Ball
here will link the celebration of
Purim to the Holocaust of the
Hitler era. From the Holocaust
and the ashes of destruction rose
modern Israel land made fruit-
ful and saved by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund from desert neglect
through millenia of abuse.
"Outside of Israel, many Es-
thers and Mordechais gave of
themselves to help Israel from
doubtful beginnings to a glorious
present," observed Abraham
Grunhut. president of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami.
Grunhut noted that "the part-
nership between the Jewish peo-
ple and the Jewish National Fund
has produced the institution re-
sponsible for the reclamation, re-
demption and afforestation of the
land of Palestine and now Israel.
The JNF, which for the past 76
years has been making the des-
erts into the fertile soil of the land
of Israel, today gives life and
sustenance to its people."
INCOMING QUEEN to be
crowned at the JNF Purim Ball is
Mrs. Emanuel (Gus) Mentz. and
the princesses will be Mrs. Moe
(Sadie) Reiffen and Mrs. Mimi
Chandeze. Guest speaker for the
gala event will be Meyer Pesin.
immediate past president of JNF
of America. A musical program is
scheduled.
Purim Ball Committee Includes Rab
bl Mayer Abramowltz. Mr and Mrs
I .'in Aronson. Prof Andre S. Blalolenkl,
Lester Blgelman, Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Mr and Mrs. George Brodle, Leon Bu-
da. Harry Feldman. Shmuel Fershko.
Jack A. Fllosof. Mayshle Frledberg.
Ann Garflnkel. Abraham Grossman.
Abraham Grunhut. Sophie Haspel.
Meyer Helflnsteln
Mr and Mrs. Peter F. Heller. Joseph
Hill. Mr and Mrs Morris Horowitz,
Isaac Jacobowltz. Herman Kass. Ber-
nard Katz. Rae Kaufman. Rebecca
Kaufman. Keve Kessler. Zev W Kogar..
George N. Kotln. Mr and Mrs Harry
Kroll. Lillian Kronhelm. Sam Kusnetz
Al Lefkowltz. Rabbi David Lehrfleld.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Moe Levin, Frieda Sack Nirenberg.
Rose Lustig. Mr. and Mrs Kmanuel
Mentz, Florence Minov, Leo Mindhn.
Samuel Mirenberg. Sam I'ascoe. Mr
and mrs Aaron Pincus, Birdie Pumper.
Miriam Press, Mr and Mrs Moe Reif-
fen. Isidore Riffkin. (Vila Rosenblatt.
Krnest Samuels
Abe Savelle. Toby Schachter. Oscai
B. Schapiro. Igor Schultz. Leon Schus-
ter, Kathy Schwarz, Oscar Shapiro.
Malka Shklalr. Bernard Silver. Mr and
Mrs Joshua Stadlan, Gussle Tabach.
Simon Tetenbaum. Frelda Tobey. Ida
Wessel. Sid Wladaver. Leonard Zilbert
a'ld Ann Zuckerman
State Reps, Reno
To Address Voters
Voters Incorporated will hold
an old-fashioned Town Hall
Meeting" Tuesday. March 14 at 8
p.m. in the auditorium of Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Association, 1234 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Harry Levy, president of Vo-
ters Inc.. will moderate the meet-
ing (iuest speakers will be State
Ally. Janet Reno. Florida State
Rep. Roberta Fulton Fox and
former Florida State Rep. Ted
Cohen.
ALSO, the president of the Mi-
ami Beach Lodge of the Fraternal
Order of Police will speak.
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida- Friday. March 10. 1978
SECTION B


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Mar-hen Gardens Night for Israel
To Honor Goldstein's Service
Honorees at the Mar-len Gar-
dens Night for Israel on Thurs-
day. March 16 will be Mr. and
Mrs. David Goldstein.
The annual event celebrating
Israel's 30th anniversary will be
held under the auspices of the
Mar-len Gardens Israel Bonds
Committee. The committee is
headed by Mrs. Israel Levine,
chairperson; assisted by co-
chairpersons Evelyn Lazarus,
president of the Eleanor Roose-
velt group of Hadassah; Ed Ro-
man, president of the Men's So-
cial Club; and Ray Grossman,
president of the Women's Social
Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose will
be honored on behalf of Israel at a
Salute to Israel at a breakfast in
the Moorings Social Auditorium
on Sunday. March 19 at 10 a.m.
Guest entertainer at the event,
which will be sponsored by the
Israel Lodge 2676 B'nai B'rith.
will be comedian Eddie Schaffer.
The committee is headed by Ir-
ving Levy, chairman; and Hy Se-
lig and Jack Ziegelheim. co-
chairmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose have estab-
lished 10 schools in Israel, rang-
ing from pre-kindergarten facili-
ties to a high school.
The residents of Port Royale
will be honored at the annual
Night in Israel sponsored by the
Port Royale Israel Bonds Com-
mittee Sunday. March 19 at ,
p.m. in the Social Hall of Port
Royale.
Jack Finn is chairman and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Cymbalists and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiss will
serve as hosts.
Morton Towers Youth
Aliyah Luncheon Set
The Morton Towers group of
Hadassah will hold its Youth
Aliyah luncheon this Sunday.
March 12 at noon at Temple
Emanu-El. Cantor Eddie Klein
will entertain.
The next general meeting of
the group will be held Mono\\.
March 13 at the American
Savings Building at Alton and
Lincoln Roads in Miami Beach at
11:30 a.m. The film 360.000 and
Me will be shown.
JCC Yiddish Film
Festival Continues
The Michael-Ann Russell Jew-
ish Community Center's Yiddish
Film Festival continues Wednes-
day. March 15, with the showing
of the movie American Shadchen.
The film will be shown in the
center's Katz Assembly Hall, be-
ginning at 12:30 p.m. All senior
adults are invited to attend.
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Adult Classes
Begin This Week
The North Ray Village Jewish
Center Adult Fducation Institute
will begin classes Thursday eve-
ning. March 9.
Rabbi Marvin Rose will teach
two courses. From 7:30-8:30 p.m
he will teach How to Pray in
Hebrew and Understand What
You're Talking About." I'm a
Jew. What Do 1 Do? Part 2"
will be taught from B:30-9:30
p.m.
Class*-- are open to members
and non-members <>: the
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Sam Pascoe to Speak
To Lincoln Hadassah
The Lincoln Group of Hadas-
sah will meet Monday. March !>
at 12:30 p.m. in the 100 Lincoln
Road Clubroom.
Guest speaker will be Sam
Pascoe.
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Jome Furnishings Dinner to Hear
former Ambassador George Bush
orge H. W. Bush, former
States ambassador to the
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Bd Nations, will be the key-
&
George Bush
[- keral the Israel Dinner
the Home Furnishings
fcm honoring Joseph Stefan
lturda\ evening, March 18.
International Hotel.
|t chairman "I the Re-
National Committee,
Bush also served as director of
the Central Intelligence Agency.
STEFAN, chairman and pres-
ident of the Miami National Hank
and the Modernage Furniture
Co will be the recipient of the
Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities
Award at the dinner to be held on
behall ol Israel Bonds.
Heading preparation', lor the
dinner are Mr and Mrs Leo
Martm. chairpersons; Nicholas
H. Motley, honorary chairman;
Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lubarr, din-
ner chairmen; Robert Russell,
vice-chairman; and Ceres Camp-
bell, Tibor Hollo. William w
Landa, Ralph Levitz, Robert \1
Marlin, Ricardo Nunez-Portuon-
do. Truman A. Skinner and Ken-
neth I. Wilpon. associate
chairmen.
Menorah Sisterhood
Entertainment Set
The Temple Menorah Sister
hood will present "Veronica and
Peter" to entertain the Wed-
nesday, March 15 meeting at
noon in the temple social hall in
Miami Beach
londs to Honor Wernick, Dubin,
With Israel Solidarity Awards
Wernick, past
\ I oastal Towers
3 : acl ive on behalf
T-*M"
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Prior to moving to South Flo-
rida, Rabbi Dubin served as spi-
ritual leader of the Temple dates
of Prayer in Flushing. \ "t foi
three decades
Herman H. Moses, national
commander of Jewish War
Veterans of the United States.
will be the guest speaker at
Temple Menorah's late Friday
night services March 10.
Moses u ill speak on "The
American Naii and Jewish
Security."
Mini Workshops
To Be Offered
The Florida Branch of
women's League tor Con-
servative Judaism is holding a
branch board meeting at Temple
/.ion Thursday. Mareh 16 at 10
i m
Highlight ol the meeting \sill
be mini workshops on Jewish
Family Living, Torah Fund, and
U .i\ s and Means
Mrs Morton Levin is
Florida branch president.
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DUBIN
any communal and Jewish
s. will be honored at a Night
ail sponsored by the Coas-
jmiT- Israel Pond Commit-
i sday, March 15. 8
lin the Coastal Towers Card
Wernick will be the reci-
of the Israel Solidarity
I In committee is headed
and Mrs Mvin Davidson,
|en; Ml and Mrs Ted lier
lr and Mrs .Iseph Kes-
Pm. Mrs .jean Keinberg,
W Mrs Irving Minion and
nd Mrs Irving Schwartz.
rr> chairmen.
N Abraham Dubin will be
npient of the Israel Soli-
[Award at a Night in Israel
red by the Manhattan
Israel Ponds Committee
March 14. 8 p.m. in the
rf? Towers Card Room,
?d Aaron Schreiber and
'ranzblau. chairmen.
\glas Gardens
>r Silvermans
[Greater Miami Women's
f> Jewish Home and
for the Aged, Douglas
will hold its monthly
U. pa.rI-v for the residents
Jav-March 19 at 2 p.m.
tfndSolSilverman.who
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F"e or many years, will
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F?m chairman Frances
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Praies. 1 he party also will
H Overmans' 56th wed-
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Jan Peerce Headlines All-Musical
Jan Peerce, leading tenor of the
Metropolitan Opera, will headline
an all-music show at the Theatre
of the Performing Arts on Satur-
day. March 18.
The one-night show, which will
begin at H:.'S0 p.m. will also
feature American-born opera stai
Ginetta La Bianca, who became
;; i youngest opera star in
history with a debut at theageoi
ALSO starring in the show,
which is being presented by pro-
ducer Arie Kaduri, will be Kmery
Deutsch. Deutsch, a composer -
conductor violinist, has made
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March so
Vice Mayor Schreiber to Receive
David Ben-Gurion Award
The South Dad.' Hebrew
Academy's annual dinner'
is scheduled for April 8 at
p.m. at the Konover Hotel
Mr. and Mrs Richard Wagner,
Dr. and Mrs Jack Ehrenreich
anil Mrs Dror Zadok. co-chair-
men of t he event. are planning an
affair to honor Dade County vice
Mayor Harry Schreiber. recipient
of this year's David Hen-Gurion
award.
SCHREIBER is active in the
(ireater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the B'nai B'rith and the
South Florida Conference of
Soviet Jewry He is the founder
and honorary chairman of the
upcoming Israel Jubilee.
Dror Zadok. Principal of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy, is
the education chairman of the
Israel Jubilee which will celebrate
the 30th anniversary of the State
of Israel.
Also at the dinner-dance, Dr.
Jaime Suchlicki. president of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy,
will announce the school's site.
Commissioner Schreiber
building committee, headed by
Arthur Lazarus, is to present
plans to add a new cafeteria,
auditorium and six new class-
rooms on the school's three-acre
Alfred Kaplan, chairman of the BurUigh House Israel Bonds
committee, presents the Israel Solidarity Awards to Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Filosof (left) and Mrs. Esther Steinbach at the
annual Night in Israel recently held at the Burleigh House.
Day School PTA Hosts Carnival
The Lehrman Day School PTA
of Temple Emanu-El announced
that the annual Purim carnival,
bazaar and cake sale will be held
Sunday. March 19 at noon.
Coordinating efforts for the
carnival are PTA President Mrs.
Lester Mischon; Frank DiFran-
co, carnival director; and Mrs.
John Green, bazaar chairman.
THERE will be a student's
Purim poster contest. All pro-
ceeds will be used to provide ma-
terial for the school.
Redevelopment To
Hold Seminars
The Miami Beach Rede\
ment Agency will hold tour
seminars for those who own busi-
nesses in the redevelopment area
from Sixth Street Bouth, on
Wednesday. March 15 and
Thursday, March 16 at ? and
8:30p m. both evenings.
The Wednesday seminars will
conducted in Spanish, and
those on Thursday will be in
English, according to Joseph E.
Edi Santi. executive director of
the Agency
Members of the Agency will h
present to explain the business
questionnaires and business pref-
erence and will answer questions.
THE MEETINGS will take
place at the Agency's mam office
in Miami Beach.
Chapters Join For
Donor Luncheon
The Shalom and Aventura
Chapters of Women's League for
Israel are holding their joint
annual donor luncheon Tuesda>
March 21 at the Kden Hoc Hotel
in Miami Beach
Shirley \athanson and Lillian
llalpern are chairmen of the day
of the Shalom Chapter, as are
Lillian Katz, Rose Koch. Dorothy
Brooner, Lillian Koch, and
Shirley Schupak of the Aventura
group.
Women's League for Israel is
celebrating a 50th anniversary
this year. Mrs. Yi Wiles, national
president, will come to Florida to
present the Woman-of-the Year
plaques to Shirley Nathanson
and Lillian Katz.
ELEANOR LaFORGE. mezzo
soprano, accompanied by musical
director Warren Broome. will be
the entertainment
Presidents are Bertha Mindich.
from Shalom, and Lillian Kaiser
from Aventura.
Hudson County Club
Of Jersey to Meet
The next meeting of the
Hudson County Club of New
Jersey in Florida will be Thur-
sday. March 16 at American
Savings and Loan Building.
Lincoln and Alton Roads at 8
p.m.
Miami Beach's Gail Harris (left), chairman >/ ,l,c (j^
Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division campaign (ffa
for the area, me! recently with program chairman MarcyUfjm
(right) of Miami Beach and overall Women's DinsionCim
paign Chairman Maxine Schwartz (center! to 'ring the in
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund to Mis]
Beach women.
Yiddish Class To Present Reading
The Coffee, Culture and Con-
versation Program of Temple
Beth Sholom will present a
t iraduation" presentation of the
Yiddish story Bontsche Shvaig
(Bontsche. the Silent) by Isu
Loeb Peretz Sunday, March H|
10:30 a in The temple's m
Yiddish class, under the inani-
tion of Joseph Nevd, will pa*
cipate.
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March 10. 1978
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Past Sisterhood President to Be
wonored at Anniversary Luncheon
rs. Mel Beloff. past president
the Sisterhood of Temple
nanu-KI of Greater Miami, will
\
Mrs Mel Beloff
|honored at the Mth anniver-
luncheon ol the organization
dnesday, March IS at n Kriedland Hallroom of the
ami Beach congregation.
Winged Victory Singers
eadline the entertainment
Igrani for the luncheon, which
pen to the public A gourmet
ly for patron'- at 11 a.m. will
(cede the luncheon.
rlRS BELOFF will be feted
her leadership in the success'
ful campaign to build the Belle
Lehrman Youth Center, a Sister-
hood-sponsored project complet-
ed last year in honor of the wife of
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Fmanu-El.
Marilyn Meyerson was named
chairman of the luncheon by Ju-
dy Uffner. Sisterhood president.
Ruth Kaplan is chairman of pa-
trons with Hazel ("ypen. hono-
rary chairman of patrons.
Also named to work with Mrs.
Meyerson were Mrs. Stephen
Sonson, adviser; Mrs. Harold
Kurte and Mrs. Robert Frank.
decorations; Mrs. Tibor Hollo
and Mrs Albert Levy, atten-
dance; Mrs Bruce Weismann,
gitis; Mrs Eugene Howard, hos-
tesses; and Mrs. Yetta Rosen
krantz, telephone committee
MRS TILLIE Schwartz is
sponsor of Patrons Party. Other
committee members include
Mesdames Ellis Barrist, Robert
He/ark. Erank I)i Franco, Irving
Frankel, Eugene Grabarnick,
Martin Grossman. Elliott Harris.
Gerald Harris, Richard Kachel,
Louis Kurte. Sylvia Lynn. Rich-
ard Schwarz and Myron Susman.
Mrs Belofi has been active in
the I'a rent Teacher Associations
of Miami Beach Senior High and
other schools. She and her hus-
band are scholarship patrons ol
the Lehrman Day School of Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
arband to Hear Israel Film Writer
traeli him writer and director
Kalus will be the special
pst speaker on Sunday. March
for the fhaim Weizman
Inch Earband's annual Israel
kpendence Luncheon at the
ptainebleau Hotel.
u even! will begin at nn.
Chairman Moe Levin
oming guest Dr. Irving
nan, spiritual leader of
nple Emanu-El Levin has
louncul that hundreds of men
women will take part in the
pheon on behall of the Greater
in Jewish Federation's 1978
[adassah Group
>rms in S. Dade
Ihe Miami Chapter of
lassah has announced the
nation o| ;i new group serving
hen living in the I'errine -
er Ridge Homestead area.
Iling itself the Eilat Group
puth Dade, its meetings take
in the Homestead Jewish
er
RO 1 EM officers include
Went Gerry Chertoff;
Ibership Vice President,
sn Zimmerman; Program
presidents, Dorothy Altman
| ida Kaplan; Education Vice
idem, Cele Markowitz;
Kial Secretary. Sylvia
'treasurer.' Hortense
pan: Recording Secretary.
Zimmerman; Corres-
P>nn Secretary. Arnie
man.
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
A SPECIAL musical program
will highlight the afternoon, in
honor of Israels 30th anni-
versary. Honorary Chairman
Jacob L. Kram. along with Co-
Chairmen Sheva Merland. Manny
Burstein, Samuel C. Freed,
Isidore Mishelov and Sam
Spivak will assist Levin.
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Etnanuel Mentz received the
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stalled chairman of the Hoard
of Directors for the fourth
consecutive year ut the recent
43rd annual installation of the
('it ic League of Miami Heach.
Torah Hadassah
General Meet Set
The Torah Group of Hadassah
will hold its general meeting at
Temple Xamora in (Oral Gables,
Monday. March 13at 12:30p.m.
I'resident of the group is Lee
Slight/,; program chairpersons
are Marilyn Faerher and Lillian
Conrad. Hose Silverstone will
review The Jewish Connection.
by M. Hirsh Goldberg.
Joseph F. Zuckerman. chair-
man of the Farband Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, has announced that
the group's 13th annual Greater
Miami Conference Luncheon and
Concert will be held Sunday,
March 19 at noon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The event will be held to bene-
fit the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1978 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Fmergency
Fund. Speaking on behalf of the
communitywide campaign will be
Prof. B. '/.' Sobel of Haifa Univer-
sity and Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader
Fmanu-Kl.
RESERVATIONS for the
event will be accepted through
March 14. Assisting Zuckerman
as honorary chairmen are Jack
lilosof. Miriam Gingold, Dr.
Bernard Schumer and Louis Wo-
Lin. Honorary Vice-Chairmen are
Abraham Fisch. Mayshie Fried-
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and Dr. Isaac Unterman.
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Pnda.v. March 10,
Forte Towers residents, led by Chairman George Kotin (right),
are supporting the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund in unprecedented numbers. At the Forte meeting
last week, other leaders gathered to encourage maximum parti-
cipation in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's campaign
were (left to right) Co-Chairman Albert Johnson; guest speaker
Jonathan Livny; and Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schwartz.
At Westview Country Club last week, a major luncheon was
held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Wom-
en's Division. Helping encourage support for the 1978 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund was guest speak-
er Rabbi Larry Halpern (second from right) of Orlando. Leaders
of the Westview women included (left to right) Joni Tate; Mik-
ki Granoff; Helen Somerstein; Halpern; and Rae Galler.
Another group of Charter Founders shown at the national
American Red Magen David for Israel dinner-dance in Miami
Beach includes (from left) William Silverstein of Miami Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg of Hallandale and Mrs. Mollie
Lantz of Miami Beach. More than $2 million has been raised
towards the $10 million needed for the Magen David's new na-
tional blood center. Mayor Leonard Haber of Miami Beach was
chairman of the event.
Albert Vorspan To
Speak at Service
Vlbert Vorspan. author and
vice president of the Union of
\merican Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will be the guest speaker at
,i special Sabbath service Fridai,
March 10 at 8:15 p m at Temple
Beth Sholom of Greater Miami,
climaxing a week "I events mark-
ing the synagogue's :l">th anni-
versarj
Vorspan, who is co-director of
the Commission on Social Action
ol Reform Judaism, is the author
of the book I'm OK. You're a
Pain in the Neck. He also is the
author of other humorous books,
including My Rabbi Doesn't
Malic House Calls. So the Kids
arc Revolting .. I and Mazel
Tov! You're Middle Aged.
Yiddish Comedy
To Be Shown
American Schadchen, a classic
Yiddish comedy, will be the next
featured film of the South D.ule
Jewish Film Series, sponsored bv
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, South Dade
Extension in cooperation with
Temple Meth Am. Temple Judea,
Temple Samu-Kl. Temple /.ion.
Congregation Bet Breira, Meth
David Congregation and Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
This film showing will be pre
sented on Tuesday. March 14 at ^
p.m. in the Social Hall at Temple
Meth Am
RABBI FRED Davidow of
Temple Beth Am will be the
guest speaker following the film
Tickets are available at the door
New Members To
Meet Officers
Ko'ach, the career-oriented
group of Miami Beach chapter of
Hadassah. will hold a (Jetting
To Know You" tea. Sunday.
March 12 at 1:30 p.m in the
home of Jackie Hechter. program
vice president.
President Maryon (ilasser an-
nounced that new members will
be introduced to Ko'ach officers
and board members.
Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami
(center), addressed an important gathering this week for the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division at the Ga-
bles Estates home of Mrs. Eli Timoner (second from right).
Mrs. Morton Weinberger (left) of South Miami also spoke on
behalf of the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund to a group of Women's Division "Patrons" from South
Dade, led by Co-Chairman Mrs. Donald Bierman (second from
left) and Mrs. Joel Levy (right) of South Miami.
At Century 21 in North Miami Beach, a complete campaign ef-
fort for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Divi-
sion is now under way. Women's Division Campaign Chairman
for the North Dade area Pat Feldman (right) met recently with
building leaders Matilda Boxley (left) and Phoebe Gould, chair-
man, to plan Century 21 activities on behalf of the 1978 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
SHERRY Osheroff, member-
ship vice president, heads the
welcoming committee of the
group, which was organized for
the younger business woman one
year ago and meets every third
Tuesday evening of the month in
the Jefferson National Bank in
Miami Beach.
Ann Bishop To
Address Luncheon
Beth David Sisterhood is
holding its annual Beth David
Day luncheon Wednesday,
March 15 at 11 a.m. at Kings Bay
Country Club.
Program of the day will include
Channel 10's Anchorwoman Ann
Bishop and the Modern Dance
Group of Palmetto Senior High
School.
MRS. Moie J. L. Tendrfch is
chairwoman and Mrs. Jules
Minkes is vice chairwoman. Also
on the committee are Mrs.
Richard Bailey and Mrs Mcndell
Selig. Mrs. Donald Teacher is
ways and means vice president
and Mrs. Phyllis Learner is
Sisterhood president.
Southgate Group
To Hear SiegeLs
The Southgate group of the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold a regular meeting
Monday, March 13 at 1 p.m. in
the Terrace Room of Southgate.
Jean and Baruch Siegel will pre-
sent a musical segment. Anne W.
Levins is president.
The group's annual Youth Ali-
yah champagne luncheon will be
held Sunday. March 19 at noon at
the Eden Roc Hotel. Frances Ro-
senberg will serve as chairperson
for the day.
Pictured at recent fourth annual Founders Banquet of thifA
mudic College of Florida are (left to right) Commission JA
seph W. Malek, dinner chairman, and Sen. Alan Becker,gjl
of honor.
Temple Judea Adult Education To
Feature Course on Arabs and Jews
Temple Judea Adult Educa-
tion and Cultural Series will fea-
ture B course on Arabs and
lews. Key to Misunderstanding
of the Mid-East Conflict." as part
ol it- third semester this year at
the temple in Coral Cables.
The course will be taught by
Prof. Yehuda Shamir, director of
Judaic Snulies at the University
of Miami, and will seek to uncov-
er the cultural, psychological and
religious background tor the con-
temporary disputes between Is-
rael and its \ral> neighbors.
THE SERIES also will feature
a course bj Rabbi Michael B I'.i
senstat on Meet Certain People
of the Book which will interpret
religious and historic leaders.
The Art ot the Scribe will be
taught by Rabbi Yecheskel Hal-
pern, graduate ot the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, or-
dained by Rabbi Maimon, mas
ter s degree in philosophy at Hei-
delberg. Gennanj
The second hour of the*
week series beginning Tuesn,
March U at P p.m. will hep.
Over to lectures by experts mi
rious topics of current interest
DR. LEONARD .). En
glick. professor ol law emeu
professor ol oncology at the Li
varsity of Miami Medical SdJ
will speak on Talmud and JH
ern Ethics" on \pril25
Rabbi Morris \. Kipper.
nier rabbi at Temple Judeaaj
now director ol the HighSdi
in Israel, will -.peak on CopaJ
With the New Phenomena oil
_' 1 st Century Jew i>h Family
Fred McCart h) cartoonists
creator ol the nationally srrf
rated comic strip, lirotherh
per. will return with cannonsi
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ioneer Women Observe Purim at Meetings
iPurim observances will be the
Iture of additional meetings of
Pioneer Women, the Worn-
Is Labor Zionist Organization
America, throughout Dade and
Ward counties in the next
feral days.
pearl Huda. a Zionist leader.
Ij speak on the history and
|dern-dav significance of Purim
,, a 1'urim party of the
Jiva Chapter of Pioneer Women
doesday. March 15 at noon in
\ civic auditorium of Washing-
Federal Savings and Loan
bociation. 633 NE 167th St..
th Miami Heach. according to
Iher Weinstein. publicity
prperson.
largol Vmstel, president of
va Chapter, will chair the ses-
n. which is open to the general
Ilk.
.inneret Chapter of Pioneer
Ciien will hold its annual Pur-
telebration Sunday. March 12
12:30 p in at Washington
feral, Normandy Isle branch.
ianii Reach.
.loiiw tinier heads an enter-
inenl program, accompanied
iIm (imber and the Kinneret
Mrs. Goldie Barkan will
k on the current Middle Hast
. negotiations. Rita \tl.
K dl 111 will chair the session
o-m N'etz, representative ol
World Zionist Organization
B e Stan Israel to the
Hth firoward Jewish Fedora-
H. Aiii l)i i he guesl speaker
Hi!.>\ March !.; at a T::i(> p.m.
meeting of the Sabra Chapter of
Pioneer Women.
The session is in the civic room
of the St. CroLx Apartments in
North Miami. Israeli food will be
served and an Israeli motion pic-
ture on life in a kibbutz will be
shown. Sylvia Bergman, publici-
ty chairperson, said Sabra Chap-
ter co-presidents Annette Hock-
man and Miriam Gross will share
the chair during the Purim
program.
Dimona Beth Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will hold a luncheon
and card party Wednesday.
March 15 at 12:30 p.m in the
Monte Carlo Room of the D'Anza
Park Lake Estates, announced
Klaine llorovitz, publcity chair-
person.
The chapter announced plans
for a four-dav vacation at the Li-
do Spa in Miami Beach April 13
through 16. Reservations for the
trip may be made by contacting
Jennie Goodman.
Dr. Amir Baron, director of
education for Temple Emanu-El
of Greater Miami and of the
Lehrman Day School, will speak
at a meeting of the new liana
Chapter of Pioneer Women
Thursday. March 16 at 12:30
p.m. in the card room of Winston
Towers 500 in Miami Beach, an-
nounced Lillian Hoffman, pres-
ident
Dr. Baron, a graduate of Is-
rael's Bar-Ilan University, will
discuss the work in Israel of Pio-
neer Women and the current
Middle Hast situation, and will
outline the celebration of Purim
in Israel.
Joyce Sumberg Appointed Vice
Chairman of Services to Aging
North Dade resident Joyce
Sumberg, a leader m Greater Mi-
anil'. Jewish community, has
t>een appointed vice chairman <.t
the committee on services to the
aging ot the Council oi Jewish
I'ederat ion-- and \\ el fare Funds.
Mrs Sumberg will help deve-
lop models and principles to
strengthen social services to the
elderly that are rendered by Jew-
ish federations and their benefi-
ciary agencies around the
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MRS. SUMBERG currenth
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Joyce Sumberg
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Greater Miami Jewish federa-
tion, chairman of its committee
on services to the elderly and co-
chairman of the Israel youth pro-
grams office. She has held leader-
ship positions in Federation's
women's division, as well as serv-
ing as a Board member of the
Jewish Family & Children's Ser-
vice and American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Nationally. Mrs. Sumberg
holds membership on the wom-
en's division board of the United
Jewish Appeal, on the Board of
Trustees of the American Zionist
Youth Foundation and on the
women's communal service com-
mittee of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
She is a former Board member of
the Joint Distribution Committee
and served as the first vice-chair-
man for education of I'.I.Vs
Women's Division.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
tions is the association of central
community organizations fed-
erations, welfare funds, commu-
nity councils serving 800
Jewish communities in the Uni-
ted States and Canada It aids
these communities to mobilize
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well as tor major national and lo-
cal services benefiting all res-
idents
Rabbi Shapiro To
Mark 18th Year
Beth Kodesh Men's Club and
Congregation will honor Kabbi
Max Shapiro with a breakfast
Sunday. March 12 at 9:30 a.m. to
mark the rabbi's 18th year with
the congregation.
Mayor Steve Clark will chair
the program. Several County
Commissioners and Alan
Courtney will speak about the
rabbi's 45 years in Miami.
RABBI SHAPIRO is the
longest active rabbi in Greater
Miami. He was founder and
president of the Rabbinical
Association, the Zionist Council,
a member of the faculty of the
University of Miami, and the
Third Army Advisory Board.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross (second from left). Dean of Hebrew
Academy, presents a plaque to Mr. and Mrs. Chaim Corridorf,
pioneers and founders of the Beth-El Congregation in recog-
nition of their service to the students of the Hebrew Academy
and to other Jewish religious and educational institutions. At
far right is Hyman Chabner, Beth-El president, and at far left is
Jerome Bienenfeld. chairman of the Hebrew Academy.
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Friday. March I
Community Hebrew Ulpan
Spring Program Begins
Hava n'daber Ivrit" (Let's
Speak Hebrew) will be the theme
of the Community Hebrew Ulpan
program at the opening of the
spring semester beginning during
the week of March 6-9, through-
out Dade and Hroward counties
Under the supervision of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation, an expanded program of
morning and evening classes in
eight locations will utilize the lat-
est texts and methods of teaching
Hebrew.
THE ULPAN teaches facility
in speaking and understanding
Hebrew and comprehension of
modern Israeli stories, newspa-
pers and literature.
Classes are conducted for be-
ginners, intermediate and ad-
vanced students with special em-
phasis given to those who want
to learn Hebrew in preparation
for a visit to Israel.
The ulpan centers are part of a
national program organized by
the Department of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist Or-
ganization under the director. Dr.
Moshe Avital.
IN THE North Dade area,
classes will be held at Temple Si-
nai of North Dade Monday and
Wednesday from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Classes at Beth Torah Congre-
gation will be held Monday and
Wednesday. 7:30-9:30 p.m. A
special afternoon class will be
held at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center on
Monday and Wednesday from 1
to 3 p.m.
The Miami Beach classes will
be held at Temple Beth Sholom
Monday and Wednesday from
9:30-11:30 a.m. and 7:30-9:30
p.m.
SOUTH DADE area classes
will be held at Beth David Con-
gregation Tuesday and Thursday
from 7:30-9:30 p.m.: and at Tem-
ple Samu-El Monday and
Wednesday from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Special scholarships will be
available for students pursuing
Judaica studies at local universi-
ties and for teachers in the Jew-
ish schools of Greater Miami
through the American Zionist
Federation.
Serving on the Hebrew Ulpan
Committee are Harriet Green,
president of the American Zionist
Federation; David Meroz, direc-
tor of the Israel Aliyah Center;
Abraham J. Gittelson, associate
director of the CAJE; Levi So-
shuk. education consultant; and
Shula Ben-David, education su-
pervisor.

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Discussing plans for the
annual Temple Menorah Art
Auction set for Tuesday
evening, March 14 in the
temple social hall are Betsy
Savelle and Mariita Srebnick,
chairpersons for the auction.
ceremonies
will
Mrs.
Participating in the evening s
Jacqueline Stallone Maschek. Shown (left to right) are trancis
Maschek, husband of Jacqueline (center) of the House of
Renaissance, and son Sylvester.
Temple Moses
Breaks Ground
Groundbreaking cere-
monies will be held this
Sunday, March 12 for the
new Temple Moses syna-
gogue and social hall. The
ceremonies will begin at 11
a.m. at 1200 Normandy Dr..
Normandy Isle.
Rabbi Meir Mauliah
Melamed serves as rabbi of
the Cuban-Sephardic He-
brew Congregation. Israel
Bichachi serves as president
and Dr. David Fgozi is presi-
dent of the building com-
mittee.
THE congregation con-
sists of some 400 familes.
most of whom are Cuban
Jews of Sephardic heritage
who left Cuba when com-
munism took over.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh (right) and his choir will nfficiateattJ
traditional (kosher) seder services celebrating Passoi(r*\
April 21 and 22 in the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Formal
bleau. With Cantor Breeh is Bill Goldring, executive vicepr|
dent, catering at the Fontainebleau.
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Temple King Solomon Sponsors jWrjf Discussed
'Parents of Famous Children' Ball
Temple King Solomon will
sponsor a "Parents of Famous
Children Purim Ball Dinner-
Dance" at the Deauville Hotel
Sunday, March 26 at 6 p.m.
Some of the parents invited in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Max Leibo-
witz. parents of Steve Lawrence
(Eydie Gorme): Mr. and Mrs. |
Bernard Kniberg. parents of Alan I
King; Mrs. Jacqueline Stallone;
Maschek. mother of Sylvester
Rocky'" and Frankie Stallone.
They will be honored with
plaques.
During the evening, "Queen
Esther" will be crowned by
reigning Queen Peppy Fields.
T.V. Programs
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"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 108:00 a.m..
Host:
Rabbi Tibor H Stern.
Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
Sunday, March 12
"Still Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 78:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Julian Cook.
Temple Sinai of
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Dr. Arthur Lermer will lecture
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CHAIRMAN will be Menasha
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Abe Gittelson to Talk
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PJewistiflcrictotn
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Wmposer of "Annie"
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,29 Baj Yacht and Country
held a fun party which
Bn with cocktails and ended
, dinner, dancing and enter-
Lent. Over 300 members and
f guests attended.
(Mrs. Marshall) Feuer
a three-piece ensemble
iring a black velvet skirt and
and a white satin long-
ed blouse Dolly (Mrs.
st) Harris wore a black silk
on with full butterfly sleeves
Ejelicate hand-painted florals
I Barbara (Mrs. Saul) Genet
Stunning in a black gown
narrow gold lame stripes
sequined fitted evening hat
Miriam (Mrs. Byron)
kas selected a plaid evening
| with a double panel of black
down the front. A mat-
black velvet vest was
with the plaid and a long-
led white blouse completed
uemble,
inline (Mrs. AD Lewis was in
ley chiffon gown which
free! one shoulder bared and a
skirt Rita (Mrs. Jack)
topped her seal-brown
ft pants with a cinnamon-
silk bodice following the
ick silhouette with a soft
Shirley (Mrs. Marty)
lin opted lor the soft look in
\\i. black and grey silk ab-
print Her bodice was
Ml and the sleeves dolman.
s of people didn't know
Summer with her new
coiffure It was only when
I Dr. I Dave became pos-
e did recognition set in.
shared a table with Jessica
Inrtun Dloom and Ann and
el Block.
h (Mrs, Jay) Steinhardt.
hose a muled peach dress
la floral print featuring a
fed decolletage and a
nir stole, was seen
hK with EJea and Stanley
t. Dea in a grey chiffon
fc matching printed jacket
|dele (Mrs. I. B.) Berk's
floral print was in deep
(hadesof multicolors. Her
as pleat I'd and the bodice
deep \ neckline, which she
BmiIi a matching stole .
(Mrs Paul) Fletcher was
ep. rich brown velvet pants
ble
Florence and (Dr.) Sidney
* the danc floor. Her green
had a red long-torsoed
Jancl a modified sweetheart
; Edith (Mrs. Mel)
" s grey silk crepe
the blouson bodice.
OLDEN APPLE
;
Deauville
semi-flared skirt and white hand-
crocheted lace at the collar
Phyllis (Mrs. Arnold) Grossman
chose a two-piece ivory dress,
with a blouson bodice, full skirt,
raglan sleeves and scooped
neckline.
Sharon and Leslie Langer
shared birthdays at the party.
They attended with his parents.
Doris and Moe Langer. Sharon's
black pants ensemble featured a
high mandarin neckline. Doris's
black gown had a low scooped
neckline which was encrusted
with sequins.
Sherry (Mrs. Sy) Fialkoff
selected a muted pink silk crepe
gown featuring a deep V decollete
neckline which had a full lace
ruffle Dorothy (Mrs. Peter)
Spirer was in a hot pink silk
shantung with a scooped neckline
and full blouson bodice Lois
(Mrs. Herb) Sobel looked stun-
ning in a pink silk crepe with a
softly bloused bodice.
Helen (Mrs. Bill) Rafkin chose
a silver silk dress with a mat-
ching jacket and pleated skirt .
Carol (Mrs. Harold) Rosen's
lavender silk was trimmed with
ultrasuede Mimi (Mrs.
Bernie) Kruth topped her black
satin jeans with a black lace
blouse with ruffles on the high
neckline and cuffs, and looked
smashing on the dance floor
Cosmetician to Speak
To Sisterhood Meeting
Linda Lilly, cosmetician, will
U' the featured speaker at the
monthly bruncheon of Sisterhood
of Temple Beth sholom ot Great-
er Miami, on Wednesday, March
15 at 11:30 a.m.. according to
Mrs. Ronald l.avan. Sisterhood
vke president in charge of pro-
gramming, and Sisterhood Pres-
ident Mrs. Jon Serbin.
Reservations may be made by
calling the temple office.
Lillian Carter to
Appear Here
Mrs Lillian Carter, mother of
the President, will be the guest of
honor at a national dinner of the
Synagogue Council of America.
April 13 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel in Miami Deach. an-
nounced I)r Joseph H. Lookstein
<>t Miami Death and New York,
honorary president of the um-
brella agency of Orthodox. Con-
servative and Reform Judaism in
the United States.
Mrs. Carter, who has taken
part in Synagogue Council of
America functions in both New
York and Washington. D.C., will
be honored for her leadership in
behalf of humanitarian and
human rights principles at home
and abroad.
MOSES HORNSTEIN of Hoi
lywood serves as national co-
chairman of the Society of
Patrons of the Synagogue Coun-
cil, with Dr. Irving Lehrman as
his co-chairman. He also is Brow-
ard County chairman for the
Synagogue Council.
Matthew B. Rosenhaus of
Miami Peach is Dade County-
chairman of the Synagogue
Council of America, and a
national officer.
Congregants to Meet
'Mr., Mrs. Clothes'
On Sunday. March 12 at 7
p.m.. the Sisterhood of Temple
Deth Moshe will present "Mr.
and Mrs. Clothes'' modeled by
members of the congregation.
Births
Dr. and Mrs Myron B.
Cohen announce the birth of
son Daniel Lawrence on Feb.
1-1. He weighed seven
|xiunds. one ounce.
He joins his brothers.
Leonard, six and a half
years, and Joshua, four
years.
GRANDPARENTS are
Mr and Mrs. Charles
Glasberg of Miami Deach.
Daniel's Hebrew name is
Yisrael Yaakov.
President of Ko'ach Group of Sham, each
Hadassah, Man-on Glasser deft), and Ann Bahst.
committed chairperson, of the career-onented
groups recently held first birthday youthafcyaj
luncheon, hold Smiley- which depicts the Ko ach
Croup attaint its membership and^C*;
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The Miami-Coral Gables Chap-
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hold its annual Chai scholarship
luncheon Friday, March 17 at ,
11:30 a.m. at the Marriott Hotel.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, who returned
from Israel a few weeks ago, will
be the guest speaker. Entertain-
ment will be provided by Bill
Cruz, violinist.
ETHEL Sernaker is president
of the chapter; Florence Baskin
will be chairperson of the day.
The committee assisting will be
Sadie Fritz. Mary Spector, Julia
Ginsberg and Mildred Schwartz.
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TJMHolocaust Expert Receives
)pMemorialAwardin Gotham
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lelen Fagin, a survivor ol
olocaust who teaches Eng-
Lratureat theUniversft) "I
was one "I two persons
honored by the New
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logistsat New York University
she received their Holocaust
Memorial Award lor her paper,
Hell Translated: A Survivor's
Approach to the Holocaust, and
Tom Wicker, associate publisher
Jloverleaf Bowling News Reports
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j.)7 215 213 for a 685
leap set.
BBIE Robinson, of the
). League, howled a 611 set;
201 l>m. 686 handicap.
Martha Pishbach of the Four
Leaf Cloven bowled a 145 231
and a 168 for a 544 set: 661
handicap.
Fran Kolle bowled a 591 set.
scratch 198-201 192.
TWO HUNDRED games
bowled this week include: Vince
Mot tola. 244: John I'fleger. 227;
Felix Lopez. 231: Kllie ('arrow.
222: Pat Drozno. 211: and Mary
Maschouris. 217.
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Dr. Helen Fagin
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uprising. A Time to Die.
DR. FAGIN'S paper consists
of two parts: one a personal look
backward revealing some of her
experiences during the five years
she spent in the labor and con-
centration camps and ghettos of
Poland; the other deals with her
approach in teaching The Liter-
ature of the Holocaust, a course
she initiated at the UM six years
ago
It was Prof. Robert Sandier, a
colleague in the English Depart-
ment, who suggested that she
consider teaching a course in lit-
erature of the Holocaust, and it
was the writer F.lie Wiescl, who
when he spoke at the university's
Hillel .Jewish Student Center,
convinced her to take the step
He told her. "If we (the surviv-
ors I don't do it. we will have to
leave it to those who can only in-
terpret it."
Considering Wiesel's words.
Dr. Fagin realized that in another
25 years, the survivors of the Ho-
locaust, like its victims, would be
obsolete, "silenced by the oblivi-
on ol time and the biological
process
AFTER 20 years of silence, she
initiated the literature course so
I could use my Holocaust ex-
periences in a way which would
not only make my survival more
meaningful, hut would help bring
a better understanding of it to
new generations."'
The Holocaust is a growing to-
pic of study and interest. When
Dr. Fagin introduced the course
at the UM in 1973. it was the only
Holocaust literature course being
taught in the country.
Now. it is taught in several col-
leges as well as high schools in
Philadelphia and New York. It is
being considered for Miami high
schools.
She also participated in a pro-
gram on teaching the Literature
of the Holocaust at the National
Conference of ("hristians and
.lews in New York last weekend,
where the topic this year was
The Church and the Holo-
caust."
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Continued from Page IB
We tried to see through differ-
ent eyes and not interject our
own desires." said Mandler.
It is difficult to step outside
oneself to see through "different
eyes" and understand through a
different Irame of reference. The
Jewish women at Meth Moshe
heard and saw what was natural-
ly familiar. Hut they saw and
heard innovative presentations ol
sight and sound which delighted
them while enlightening their
(entile sisters.
Meth Moshe's Rabbi Louis Le-
derman began the session with a
visual tour about the sanctuary.
Miblical and midrashic references
helped explain the symbolism
and significance of the menorah.
eternal light and the ark. But the
high point of Rabbi Lederman's
tour of the temple was his expla-
nation of Torah.
FOR THE Christian women
and for many of the Jewish wom-
en. Rabbi Lederman's show-and-
tell about Torah was a "first."
Walking up the sanctuary aisles
with the open scroll, the rabbi
permitted all those attending vi-
sual access to the "quintessence
of light in Judaism.''
If the visual demonstration of
Torah elicited the most excite-
ment, Rabbi Lederman's verbal
explanation offered the most un-
derstanding. "Just as Jesus is
the source of salvation for the
Christian, the focal point of sal-
vation for the Jew is fulfillment
of Torah."
The rabbi suggested, because
Christians think along these
lines,"' that the personal salva-
tion parallel is an apt analogy to
belter explain the ultimate im-
port of Torah.
ANOTHER parallel, which
Rabbi Lederman had discussed
privately, was that "what the
Church is to Christians, the home
and family extended to K'lal Yis-
roel is to the Jew. For the Chris
tian. there is salvation of the in-
dividual. There's no salvation for
a Jewish person without the sal-
vation of the people Israel."
The physical salvation of Israel
was Myra Farr's topic. In an
even-handed, non-parochial ap-
proach, Farr discussed the Mid-
dle Fast situation explaining
chronology and history past
and present.
If Farr was nearly benign in
her mention of President Carter
and Secretary of State Vance, it
was an obvious tack to make the
talk less political. But for some,
the talk was still bristling.
MILDRED SAYERS, of the
Miami Shores Community
Church, said she "never believed
more in separation of church and
slate" than she did after Farr's
propagandist" talk. Elizabeth
Binai, of the Miami Shores Pres-
byterian Church, said that "the
political talk surprised me. It was
informative but definitely slant-
ed. It was not an objective view
of the situation.
Accusations of a captive audi
ence were turned aside by Ruth
Paine Davies of that same Shores
church. She was thrilled" by
Farr's lecture and requested co-
pies "to give to my church people
who have the wrong idea (about
Israel)."
If the synagogue discussions
brought some mixed reviews, the
holiday demonstrations brought
unanimous applause. Four fes-
tive tables were set up for Rosh
Hashanah. Passover. Chanukah
and the Sabbath.
BETH MOSHE'S own congre
gants donated personal linens,
china, crystal and silver with
which to set the holiday tables.
While Sheila Tischenkel des-
cribed "the miniature Jewish
home beautiful." Cantor Moishe
Friedler punctuated the descrip-
tions with appropriate musical
selections.
The mood at Beth Moshe was
one of warm delight in sharing
the very basic tradition of break-
ing bread with a friend. The holi-
day challahs were removed from
tne demonstration tables, sliced
and distributed.
Alice Roudenbush. a past pres-
ident of Church Women United,
smiled in wonderment at the ses-
sion^ conclusion. She was much
impressed by the beauty and
richness of the holiday tables, the
food thereon and the family cele-
brations they represented. "As a
mother. I respond to having reli-
gion an important part of family
life."
ELIZABETH BINAI. though
she may not have positively re-
sponded to all of the interfaith
program, kveiled at the conclu-
sion. She described the festivities
and music as "beautiful and mea-
ningful. They hit a cord. The sy-
nagogue is not strange."
Maybe, just maybe, this Feb-
ruary's interfaith efforts will ex-
tend into March.
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Cancer League will be meeting at
Tower 41 at noon.
Lunch will be served followed
by a book review on Thornbird
given by Joan Stearns. A candle-
light ceremony will be held cele-
brating the Purim holidays and
election of officers will be held.
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Under the auspices of the
USY Participates In SabbahSercka
m
United Synagogue Youth of
Temple Beth Moshe is holding its
Shabbat dinner and service
March 10 starting at 6 p.m. The
USYers will conduct the late Fri-
day night services for the congre-
gation.
The sermon will h, ^
by Janet SaveM? *
Beth Mo.he JS,
will participate:-
the Drav-Prc
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readings
If Jews Go, Take Me With Them
By RABBI EDWIN FARBER
Temple Samu-EI
It seems that periodically we
are subjected to a sickening flur-
ry of American Nazi activity.
When I say "we," I do not mean
just the American Jewish com-
munity but the Gentile commu-
nity as well.
Most recently we have a
planned march by the National
Socialist Party (i.e.. Nazis) of
America in Skokie. The march
has not yet taken place, but the
Illinois Supreme Court has ruled
that they have the constitutional
right to display the swastika and
march through a neighborhood
where 7,000 survivors of the Ho-
locaust now live.
ALL JEWS are rightfully up-
set when we hear about the Nazis
coming out publicly with their
venom. Personally, what worries
me the most when I see it occur is
the question "What do the
non-Jews think of it?" Are they
as horrified and taken aback as
we are. or are their memories
really that short?
I came across an editorial
which appeared in the Colorado
Springs Gazette-Telegraph writ-
ten by a Mr. William Aiken. Mr.
Aiken is not a Jew. The article
was written as his reaction to a
flurry of Nazi scrawlings on sy-
nagogues and other public buil-
dings about two years ago. I
thought you would like to read it.
The title was "Reflections on
the Revival of a Slogan."
' Jews (io Home.' Well, now
this is nothing new. Never in the
past have you ever taken this
gentle suggestion to move on.
But Heaven forbid, suppose just
this once, you thought that ex-
pression of a few sick people ac-
tually expressed the conviction of
all the people in this wonderful
land of ours, and all of you start-
ed to pack your bags and leave
for parts unknown.
"JUST BEFORE you leave,
would you do me a favor? Would
you leave your formula for the
Salk vaccine with me before you
leave? You wouldn't be so heart-
less as to let my children contract
polio. And would you please leave
your knack for government, poli-
tics and persuasion, and liter-
ature and good food, and fun and
love, and all those things, and
would you please leave with me
your secret of the drive to suc-
ceed?
And please, have pity on us.
Please show us the secret of how
to develop such geniuses as Ein-
stein and Steinmetz and oh. so
many others who have helped us
all After we owe you most of
the A-bon most of our rocket
research d perhaps the fact
that wear \ today, instead of
looking om our chains and
from our to see an aging,
happy Hil drive by slowly in
oneofou lillacs.
On v out. Jews, will
you do nore favor? Will
you plea- e by my house and
pick me m just not sure
I could h too well in a land
where you ren't around to give
as much n- iu have given us.
"IF 1 \ <>u have to leave,
love goes I, you, democracy
Forte lowers to Hold
Monthly Meeting
Forte Towers group of
Hadassah will hold a monthly
meeting Monday, March 13 at 1
p.m. in the 1200 West Ave.
auditorium.
goes with you. everything I and
all my buddies fought for in
World War II, Korea and Viet-
nam goes with you, G-d goes with
you. Just pull up in front of my
house, slow down and honk, be
cause so help me. I'm going with
vou, too."
Bar Mitzvahs
GROSSMAN GOLDBLOOM
ROBERT DANBERG
Robert Danberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Oanberg, will be
tailed to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday. March 11 at 9
a.m. at Aventura Jewish Center.
Robert is a seventh grade
student at Highland Junior High
School where he is an honor
student. He is an active par-
ticipant in the junior high theater
group at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center. He
also is in the Gifted Children's
Program at Highland.
A KIDDUSH will follow the
service. A birthday party in his
honor will be held Saturday
evening at the Villa Dorado
recreation room.
Among the guests attending
the Bar Mitzvah will be Robert's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Ruben Danberg and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sklov from New York.
GARY MORRIS GOLDBLOOM
Gary Morris Goldbloom. son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Goldbloom.
will be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah this Saturday. March 11
at Temple Emanu-El.
Gary is in the seventh grade at
the Hebrew Academy where he is
on the Hebrew and English honor
roll. He won second and third
place prizes for entries in the
youth fair and he represented the
Hebrew Academy last year in the
county spelling bee.
MR. AND MRS. Goldbloom
will host a kiddush following ser-
vices in honor of Gary's Bar
Mitzvah and a reception will be
held that evening at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Special guests will include:
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J.
Chuchem; sister Elise Gold-
bloom. 22; Reuven Lask. 24,
cousin from Israel who lives with
the great-grandmother. Ann
Lidsky in Miami Beach; uncle
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Korman from Montreal; Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Lidsky (uncle and aunt)
from Montreal; Mr. and Mrs
Yehuda Goldman (cousin) from
Beer Sheva. Israel; and Mr. and
LORI SHERYL GROSSMAN
Lori Sheryl Grossman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Grossman, will be called to the
Torah as Bat Mitzvah Friday,
March 10 at 8:15 p.m. at Beth
David Congregation
Lori la a student in the Hay
class ol Beth David and is active
in the cantor's club. She attends
Palmetto Junior High School
where she is in the seventh grade
Lori is an honor student and was
elected to the student council.
MR. AND MRS. Grossman
will host the Oneg Shabbat
following services in honor of
I.ori's Bat Mitzvah and a
reception will he held Saturday-
evening at Kinps Bay Country-
Club.
Special guests will include; Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Marcus. Mrs.
Roberta Stuart. Peter Stuart, all
relatives from Boston. Mass .
and Mr. and Mrs Sidney Hof-
fman, coming in from New York.
JULIE CANTOR
Julie Cantor, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Howard Cantor, cele-
brated her Bat Mitzvah Feb. 25
at Congregation Bet Breira. Rab-
bi Barry Tabachnikoff officiated.
Julie shared her Bat Mitzvah
limelight with Soviet Jewish re-
fusenik Alona Lander, a pen-pal
of Julie's whom she has never
met. The Lander family has been
adopted" by Congregation Bet
Breira.
JULIE is a seventh-grade stu-
dent at (ilades Junior High
School. She is an honor roll stu-
dent and is in the school s re-
source program. She enjoys play-
ing the piano.
CLYDE BARKOW
Clyde Barkow, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jordan Barkow, will be
called to the Torah in honor of his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. March
11 at 9 a.m. at Temple Beth Tov.
Clyde Ls a seventh-grade stu-
dent at McMillan Junior High
School. He participates in all
sports, his favorite being foot-
ball. He also plays the trombone.
CLYDE will conduct the Fri-
day, 8:15 p.m. service at the
temple.
Out-of-town guests include Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Barkow and Mrs.
Merida Bradley (grandparents);
Dr. Jules Barkow (uncle); Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Balk (great-uncle
and great-aunt); and Ivette
Bradley (aunt), all from Philadel-
phia.
Local guests include Mr and
Mrs Damon Barkow of Miami.
The Oneg Shabbat and kid-
dush will be hosted by Clyde's
parents and his two sisters. Lisa
and Michelle. A reception will be
held in Clyie's honor at the Mar
kow home i Saturday evening
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>an Am Seeks Seven Domestic
lutes, to Include Miami to Tokyo
JWV Post Sponsors Poster Contest
lowest fares of any
wen announced
can World Airways
routes it seeks
ities i" the
S '
\ Colussy, executive vice
B,,: ol marketing and ser
gaid in Washington the
prill offei b standb) tare at
e regular coach price and
[sh regular coach by 25
if the Civil Aeronautics
Pan Am t<> carrj
., in seven domestic
L \,v Yorl LOS Angeles;
fork-San Francisco, with
pin Housti
OLD I KENDIG, the
I soutl i >nal man-
Irector said in Miami that
route would provide the
jail) ser ice betweeen
ml Tokyo
,.(1 that other new
would provide daily
Houston, '' An-
ml out- p Mi mi-San

lailiii-
Francisco Ben ice, all with
bj fares 50 percent off normal
tourist tares.
Colussj said Pan Vm could cut
the tares because, among other
things, the flights will be linking
domestic cities as pan of inter-
national Services now operated or
planned by Pan Am, Traffic car
ried between the U.s points
would be fill-up In nature, he
noted.
"THE NEW domestic author-
it) we seek would allow Pan Am
to expand its international ser-
vices for the U S traveling public
and at the same time provide
needed low-fan services in
domestic markets." Colussy
stated.
The announcement. Colussy
added, is the first phase of the
airline's planned entry into the
low-tare U.S. domestic market,
consistent with the needs of the
public and I'an Am's primary-
role as the largest IS. Flag
international airline.
Winners of the tenth annual
Hrotherho.nl Cosier C..-
sponsored by the Norm in Bruce
Brown Post 174, Jewish War
rans ol the US \ ha e been
chosen at tour Dade (
senior High Schools.
Prizes wen awarded to
Dominique Pierre, Liz (oilier.
Philbert Harris and Wayne
Smith of Miami .Jackson High
School;
MARTHA Marline/. Higo \
Hidalgo. Ricardo Mas and
Michael J, I'hilipsen of Miami
Senior High School; l.annv
(ion/ale/, Robert Ganalda, Mario
Ambrose and Emanuel Decem-
bert of Miami Edison Senior
High School; and Intrrid Lima.
Lupe Rojas and B< French ol
Miami Southridgi ioi High
School,
The brotherhoo gram
held at the Isra I 'ente;
Temple and includi i in the
program was the pn -illation ol
the Edwin I. Feibelman Brother-
hood Trophy to the school sub-
mitting the bast Bel ers.
Among other par1 ii ipants were
Rabbi Solomon Waldenberg ol
the Israelite Center Temple
Fernand S. Canter, commandei
of Post 17-1 and Sylvia Liebman.
president of the Ladies Auxiliarj
174. Edwin L. Feibelman ol
Miami is chairman of the
brotherood program.
M
A
fo
Messianic Dissent,
Politics Discussed
Dr. David ,J. Schnall. a scholar
on the subject of the (lush Kmu-
nim and other Israeli orthodox
movements, will he the guest lec-
turer this Sunday morning,
March 12 for the Greenfield In-
stitute at Temple Israeli.! Great-
er Miami beginning at 10 a.m.
Rabbi Schnall will address
himself to one of the major prob-
lems in the Middle East debate,
"Gush Emunim: Messianic Dis-
sent and Israeli Politics."
IN ADDITION to membership
in the Association of Orthodox
Jewish Scientists and the Rabbi-
nical Council of America. Rabbi
Schnall is a member of a number
of associations in the political
sciences.
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Science Laboratory Dedicated
4
nd
ofl

in
1 .-*til
leach Mayor Leonard Haber, Molly Picon, and Rabbi
5. David Raab congratulating Mollv Picon on her 80th
and 75th year in show business at the party held
f's honor at the Golden Apple Dinner Theatre where
ion is starring with Hans Conried in "The Second Time
Mayor Haber gave Molly the key to the city and
ier First Lady of Sunshine City. Rabbi Raab gave her a
tte of Appreciation from the Temple King Solomon.
d Hirt Elected Chairman Of
ing Home Ombudsman Comm.
Dade County Vice Mayor
Barry Schreiber and Rabbi
Alexander Cross were among th
over 200 guests at a brunch held
at the South Dade Hebrew
Academy honoring two Miami
families for their efforts toward
Jewish education.
In a ceremony led by the
schools Principal. Dror Zadok.
guests of honor Dr. and Mrs.
Harold S. Kaufman unveiled a
plaque dedicating the Academy's
Science Laboratory. The
Kaufmans' son, Sean, also a
physician, received his early
scientific training at the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy. Their
daughter-in-law. Bobbi, taught
science there and their two
granddaughters are now students
at the South Dade Hebrew
Academy.
MR. AND MRS. Hal Mermel.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rifkin and
Mrs. Delia Rifkin. also guests of
honor, dedicated the school's new
reading laboratory in memory of
Dror Zadok
Mr. Daniel Rifkin, whose grand-
children Danny and Robbie
Mermel are students at the
Academy. The family unveiled a
plaque and hung a mezzuzah on
the door of the room.
1 Hirt, executive direc-
e Miami Jewish Home
P'tal for the Aged, has
ted 1978-79 chairman of
m e "I Florida Nursing
I mbudsman Committee,
I 'I
first appointed to the
Idore Sandier
ranee Man
fr' I Sandier. 71. for-
?resident of Ackerman
n Agency, died March 4
of Lebanon Hospital.
Pdler. who worked for
lice company for more
pars, stayed on as an
Fn the company was
ptoSefclinandCo.
fS a member of Temple
I" naiB'ritb.
fs include his wife
I two sons. Ross and
P9sisters, Mrs Minnie
[Mrs Rose Bernstein;
grandchildren.
">a in charge of ser-
'und Luncheon
^onor Morris
ii^h!:undlunch-
Will dauth, Yeshurun
?"' be held Sunday.
|al noon ln the social
IT,flCe Morris- 'ng-
I"0'Sisterhood B
Dade County Vice Mayor
Barry Schreiber (front) and
MTA director Ernest Gerlach
board the bus for recent orien-
tation trip of three new bus
routes in northeast Dade that
are now providing direct ser-
vice to hospitals, activity cen-
ters and shopping malls.
Shown at presentation of plaque designating Janet Reno, State
Attorney, "Woman of the Year" at the recent meeting of the
Roney Plaza Men's Social Club, are (left to right/ Al Hellman,
president of the club; Janet Reno, State Attorney; Benjamin
Kutcher, first vice president and program chairman; Benjamin
Stadtmauer, chairman of the Board of Directors.
Fred D. Hirt
Ombudsman Committee by the
governor in 1976. His list of cre-
dentials includes serving as a
member of the Board of Directors
of the National Association of
Jewish Homes for the Aged, as
well as being Florida representa-
tive to the American Association
of Homes for the Aged.
THE STATE of Florida Nurs-
ing Home Ombudsman Commit-
tees were established to receive,
investigate and resolve com-
plaints against nursing home fa-
cilities and as such, they serve
as a vehicle for members within
the state and for private citizens
to voice concerns.
The Ombudsman Committees
are staffed by the state of Florida
Department of Health and Reha-
bilitative Services.
Planning the annual luncheon and concert,
March 19, for the Farband Labor Zionist
Alliance, to be held on behalf of the 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund at the Fontainebleau Hotel, are
(standing, left to right): Chairman Joseph P.
Zuckerman, Sender M. Kaplan, Oscar
Shapiro, Philip Kahn, Norman Painkin and
Harry Kaminer; along with (seated, left to
right) Jack Filosof, Miriam Gingold, Sam
Berke and Mays hie Friedberg.


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LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASEN0.78-J788FC
NOTICEOF SUIT FOR
ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Marriage of
EUGKMK IHI-KISROLLE
Petitioner Wife
and
JACOB ROLLE
Respondent Husband
TO: JAO'B ROLLE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOi IB ROLLE. are
hereby fled thai .1 Petition
for Annulment of Marriage has
been list you, and you
are required to serve a copy of
your \ r Pleading to the
ivti: ulmenl of Mar
riage on Petitioner \Mf<
torney. RONALD I. DAVIS
M lH-Blscayno
Building, lit W Flakier Street,
Miami. H,,r,I,, 88180, I'M
379-3801, and (lie the original An-
swer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of. the Circuit Court on
or before the 14th day of April.
1978. If you fall to do so, judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief de-
manded In the Petition for An-
nulment of Marriage.
This Notice shall be published
once each week for four (4 1 con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
DATED at Miami, Dade Coun
ty. Florida, this 3rd day of
March, 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
CircuitCourt
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
March 10 17, 24,31, 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-7618
Division
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARI1

M 'TICK OF
Al MINIS ["RATION
TO A .SONS HA VIM",
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE \M> U.I. OTHER PER-
SONS 1 NTH RESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOI" ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration of
the estate of MARIE GIBSON,
deceased. File Number 77-7618,
is pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Dade Countv Courthouse. 73
West Flagler Street, Miami, Flo-
rida. The personal representa-
tive of the estate Is LOLA CA
DARETTE whose address is
3996 N.W. 176th Street. Miami.
Florida. The name and address
of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be in writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed
If the claim Is not yet due, the
date when it will become due
shall be stated If the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FII.ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 10.1978.
LOLA CADARETTE
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MARIE GIBSON
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
ROBERT H. BURNS
LAW OFFICES OF BURNS
A ARNOVITZ *
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 480
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 538 4421
March 10. 17.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 71-20*3 FC
Div. 10-Simons
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR AMENDED PETITION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
NEIL PERLMUTTER,
Petitioner / Husband
LEGAL NOTICES
and
DONNA ELAINE
PERLMUTTER,
Respondent Wife
TO: DONNA ELAINE
PERLMUTTER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU, DONNA ELAINE
PERLMUTTER. Are hereby no-
tified that a Petition (Amended 1
for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer 01 Pleading to the
\mendedi for Dlssolu
lion of Marriage on Petition-
h ind'i attornej RO-
NALD 1. DAVIS, Esq P \
M 114 BISCA\ NE BUIL-
10 FLAG
STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA
88130 PHONE 170-2801, and (lie
Inswer or Pleading
in th- I "tie ("Ink "I the
Circuit Court on or before the
14th daj ol April, 1078 if >
in do bo, Judgment by de(aull will
be tak< n against you for the re-
lief demanded in the An
Petition tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage
This Notice shall be published
once each week for four (4> con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW ISH
FLORID! \N
DATED at Miami. Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, this 3rd day of
March. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
CircuitCourt
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
iCircult Court Seal 1
March 10. 17, 24.31, 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number78 1237
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OK
\p.\111y.\ itch
; Nri ,
NOTICEOF
VDMINISTRA HON
To ALL PERSON9 HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
v ; UNST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE \np ALL OTHER per-
sons INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE
Y<>i ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate Of ARNO I.KVITCH
deceased. File Number 78-1387,
Is pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida. Probate
Division the address of which il
78 West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida 88130. The persona! rep
resentative of the estate is DOR-
IS FRANKEL, whose address Is
1601 West Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 The name and ad-
dress of the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
M< 'NTHS 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
1 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 objection?
they may have that challenge?
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 10,1978.
DORIS FRANKEL
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ARNO LEVITCH
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
SAMUEL W. FRIED
FRIED, WEIL A SCHEER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 1 3051 538-6361
March 10. 17.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7| 497
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE GORDON,
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 CHARLOTTE GOR-
DON, deceased, File Number 78-
487, la pending In the Circuit
Court (or Dade County, Florida.
LEGAL NOTICES
Probate Division, the address 01
which Is 73 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida 33130 The per
sonal representative of the estate
is EMORY COHN. whose ad
dress Is 2371 Collins Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. Florida 33139 The
name and address of the pi
al representatives attorney are
el forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
. PHS FROM THE DATE OF
FIRST PI BLICATION OF
this ni rTICE to (tie with the
. lerh
, j
.: and
the
m Is not yet d
when it will become dui
shall be stated n the claim is
nllquldated, the
hall be
cured
c urlty shall be desi rlbed
The Claimant shall deliver
sufficient I lie claim to
lerk to enabli the 1
mail one
representative
All persons interested In the
v to whom 8 copy of this
Notn e ol Administration has
been mailed arc required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OK THIS
; NOTICE, to file any objections
the] may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the o,uai .' of the
personal representative or the
venue or Jurisdiction
\l.l. CLAIMS. DEMANDS
\nd OBJECTIONS not so
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
I 'ate of the iirst publli al
this Notii
March 10 1978
EMORY F cohn
\ Personal Representative
of th-
CHARLOTTE GORDON

ATTORNEY FOR PERSON \i.
REPRESEN vTIVE
GLAZER* I \SKY
2000 East Hallandale
p. ... Blvd
Hallandale. Florida 33009
r< u phone. 945-7557
March 10. 17. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fir
tltiOUS name of MODERN
BLOWER UNISEX at 754 East
1st Avenue. Hialeah. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv, Florida
EDITH NAAR-
100 percent owner
DANIEL M KEI1.
Attorney for NAAR
58 East Fifth Street
Hialeah. Florida 33010
March 10. 17.24.31,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name EDDI ANN 1:
FREEMAN S, ASSOCIATES \
FLORIDA CORPORATION ., .,
Edgewater Drive, Coral Cables.
Florida 33146 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
EDDIE ANN R FREEMAN
MICHAEL J FREEMAN
Attorney for
EDDIE ANN R FREEMAN
2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Ste. 315
Coral Gables. FL 33134
March 10.17. 24,31,1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW |
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name of Carvlrama In-
surance Advisors intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida "
Victor M Vega
I March 10,17, 24, 31,1978
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that by
virtue of Chapter 678, Florida
Statutes annotated (1941) Ware-
houseman and Warehouses !
Receipts wherein Abbot Moving -
A Storage Co.. a Florida Corpor-
ation by virtue o( Its warehouse !
Hens has In its possession the I
following described property:
Household goods as the prop
erty of Barbara Washington
whose last known address
was 19661 Bloom Street,
Detroit, Michigan 48234. and
that on the 25th day of
March, 1978. during the legal
hours of sale mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the
afternoon at the undersigned
shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described
property of Barbara Wash
lngton.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 10th
day of March. 1978.
March 10. 17.1978 -
JWVAuxiliary
Hosts WardParty
On Saturday. March 11 at 7
p.m the West Miami Auxiliary
223 of Jewish War Veterans and
the Post will host .1 ward party al
thi' V.\ Hospital in Miami.
announced Ruth Herman, hos-
pital chairman.
On Thursday, March 16 at 8
p ni the auxiliary will hold its
mont 'l meeting al the
ol \nnr Wenig in I
Gabli n i' will be a report on
the auxi annual donor
event to be held April 15. Instat-
es will beheld April
16
Dr. Fogler to Lead
Discussion Group
Dr. Sigmund Fogler, a retired
public school principal, will lead
ihe (ireat Jewish Hook Dis-
cussion Group Thursday, March
16 at 1:30 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Public Library.
The hook to he reviewed will DC
The Purim Anthology bj Philip
Goodman, Samuel Reiser is
group coordim
Youth AUyah Lunch
Set at Eden H^
The Hannah s,.nesch,
Hadassah wiil 'hoidTt^
Youth Alivah lunll "*
Ed Roc fiote.Ufty?
14 at noon. "Peter and\2U
wulenterta
I'or information and
vations, tact
M'P'chau,: | ;man
rownsend

LEGAL NOTICES
BEL
OF
i: \ HON
VI PERSONS HA> INC
Cl VIMS OR !
THE VI
ESTATE VN1 U
PERSONS INTERESTED
\TK
yoi \RE HEREBY S
FIEI i thai the i
ol STEWAR1 I.
SEBr I. lati
Number 7S
1534 la pending In the Circuit
Court in and (or Dade Count)
Florida Probate I1.
addresa ol which is 3rd Flooi
Dadi County Courthousi
West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida 38130 The pel
resentaUve of this estate is
FLORENCE BENNETT
address la 1700 Daytonla Road
Miami Beach Florida 33141 The
name and address ol th" '
torney for the personal rep
resental Ivean etl rth below
All persons ha> Ing
demands against the estate ,-,
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PI BLICATION OF
this NOTICE to tile with the
clerk n( the above court a written
statement ol an) claim or
demand they ma) have I
Claim must be in writing and
.mill ate the basis t"i- the
claim, the name and address ol
the credltoi or his agent
torney and the amount I laimed
ii the claim Is not yet due the
date when it will become due
shall he st.ited It the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature ul the uncertainty shall be
stated if the claim is secured,
the security shall he desi rlbed
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk of the above styled
court 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.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami, Florida on
this 3rd day of March, 1978
FLORENCE BENNETT
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
STEWART L SEBEL
Deceased
First publication of this notice of
administration on the 10 day of
March. 1978
M JAY BENNETT, ESQ
Of Law Offices of
1100 Kane Concourse,
Suite 201
Bay Harbor Islands, Fla 33154
By: M JAY
BENNETT. ESQUIRE
Telephone 868-9831
Attorney for Personal
Representative
March 10. 17.1978
INTHECIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 7*. 1534
m
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7-2*4) fc
.****-V DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
LEGAL NOTICES
OF MARRIAGE
"
He
DANIF '' ITES IK .
TO: I '
TES.JR
VVENUE,
\pt B
BROOKLINE,
\t \s< VCH1 SETTS
YOi ARE HEREBY NOTI-
an action (or
.i Marriage hi
yOU Slid > "U are
e a copy of your
... II any, to It on
ARTHI R H LIPSON, attorney
(oi Petitioner, whose address is
MM BIRD no Ah. MIAMI.
FLORIDA M165, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Vpril li 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint r petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 7 day of March,
1H7S
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I i.ide Countv. Florida
By 0 S Carlle
Aa Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
March 10. 17. 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTr.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 78 1692
DIVISION: 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
ANTHONY N CONTI.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the Estate of
ANTHONY N CONTI. deceased.
late of Dade County. Florida, has
commenced In the captloned
proceeding
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED AND REQUIRED to Hie
any claims and demands which
you may have against the Estate
and to file any challenge to the
validity of the Last Will and
Testament offered (or probate. 1(
any, or any objection to the
qualifications of the Personal
Representative, venue or Jurla-
dlcUon of the Court, with the
Court, Dade County Courthouse,
73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR YOUR
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on the 10 day of March. 1978
/ s Gustave V Contl
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Deceased
GUSTAVE V. CONTI
6 Falrmount Drive
Garden City.
Long Island.
New York 11630
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'. Treacnnikott (3 Ai______
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In Kendall Drive Baumgard
ItiMiami46' 556' Senior Rabbi
lilchell Chefiti, Associate Rabbi
Friday Religious Service-
8:30 p.m.
Kabbi Baumgard will discuss:
Is It Possible to Pray
in Today's World?"
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Rabbi Shapiro will discuss:
A Confused World"
Iy Mmvon lor Yahrieiten
|Oailv' J5a m 1 00pm
Sunday 8am
fcturd.iv Services 8 45am.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss
the weekly portion_________
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I RrtBbi Ch.irles Rubel
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exander Gross (5>
I "0 40th St Orthodox
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1701 Washington Avenue
538 2503
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Dr. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Late Friday Services- 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman
will preach on
"Israel and the Diaspora
A Common Destiny"
Saturday Morning Service 9 a.m.
The Rabbi will preach
on the weekly Torah Portion
Bar Mitzvah:
Gary M. Goldbloom
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
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Rabbi Abramowitz will preach
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947 7528
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Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
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Daily Chapel Services
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Conservative Rabbi Dr Abraham I
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Ralph P Kingsley Cantor
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Ml 990 NE 171st St Orthodox Rabbi
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9348 Harding Ave Orthodox Rabbi
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00 Rabbi Solomon Schitl Fxecu
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Minnie. 90. mother of Lillian Partser,
the late Helen Relss, the late Rose
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grandchildren and one great-great-
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SCIHI.T/. Frank, on Feb 21 Levitt.
BEDSOW. Joseph, 9.1. of Miami Beach.
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NKMKTH. Sam. of North Miami Beach.
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Administration Trys to Crack
'"YiY&vs^
Jewish Solidarity
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
By JOSEPH
POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Carter Ad-
ministration's efforts to
bring the American Jewish
: community leadership clos-
er to its views on major
U.S.-Israel policy differ-
ences apparently were un-
successful at a White
House luncheon and brief-
ing for 31 Jewish communi-
ty officials from 19 cities
across the country.
While those present refused to
discuss the substantive matters
when the Jewish Telegraphic Ag-
ency approached them after the
luncheon, it was learned that the
guests firmly took issue with the
Administration's proposed "take
it or leave it" planes sale package
for Saudi Arabia. Egypt and Is-
rael and its attitude toward Is-
Carter Jewish Liaison Quits
WASHINGTON Mark Siegel. 31, a presi-
dential aide serving as top White House liaison man
to the American Jewish community has quit, saying
he can no longer articulate" U.S. policy toward
Israel.
Siegel resigned last week after he was hissed and
booed by an audience of more than 1.000 at a meeting
of the United Jewish Appeal young leadership
conference here.
Siegel said the audience reaction came when he
attempted to justify proposed U.S. arms sales to
Saudi Arabia and Egypt and U.S. criticism of Israeli
settlement policies.
Representatives of the Jewish and Christian
Community met recently for a county-wide
Interfaith Day held at Temple Beth Am in
cooperation with Greater Miami Jeuish
Federation, Women's Division. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard; Frank McGrath.
director of Sational Conference of Christians
and Jews; and Marilyn K. Smith, past presi-
dent of Greater Miami Jeuish Federation
Women's Division, participated in the event.
In photograph /seated left to right) are
Barbara Weiner. chairman of Synagogue
Women of Dade County; Marilyn Smith,
keynote speaker; Marian McClure. president
of Church Women United-South; Joyce
Masso. president of South Dade Deanery of
Catholic Women, and standing 'left to right I
are Xorma Lieberman. president of Beth Am
Sisterhood; Sandi Simon and Jackie Rose,
co-chairmen of Interfaith Event.
At a gathering in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Baumritter. founders and charter mem-
bers of the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine met uith Dr Ephrain Friedman to
announce that a buffet reception will be held
April 2 at the Konover Hotel Pictured I from
left to right) are Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Rothline. Ted Baumritter. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Drexler. Dr. Ephrain Friedman. Mr
and Mrs. Sabsevitz. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Bartikowsky. Mrs. Baumritter and Archie
Miller The Albert Einstein College of
Medicine was the first Jewish sponsored
medical school in the country.
raeli settlements which the Ad-
ministration has termed "obsta-
cles to peace." No guest sided
with the Administration's posi-
tions on these two matters. JTA
was told.
ZBIGNIEW Brzezinski. Pres-
ident Carter's National Security
adviser. was the principal
spokesman on Middle East poli-
tical issues at the luncheon, while
Energy Secretary James Schle-
singer"stressed the importance of
Saudi Arabia to the U.S. econo-
mv and fuel requirements.
James Mclntyre, director of
the Office of Management and
Budget, discussed the new bud-
get without entering into the fa-
cets of U.S. assistance to Israel
or her Arab neighbors.
In his hour-long period of
briefing and responses to ques-
tions. Brzezinski opposed the Is-
raeli position that its settlements
in areas won in the Six-Day War
constitute a security matter. He
said Israel's position was falla-
cious and that Israeli military of-
ficers acknowledge that settle-
ments are not security-related.
REGARDING THE $4>-bil-
lion aircraft package. Brzezinski
reportedly noted that if Egypt
did not receive the proposed 50 F-
5Ea it would again turn to the
Soviet Union for planes and
Sidney Siegel (center), executive director of
the Hebrew Home for the Aged of Miami
Beach and the Corinne and Samuel J. Kraver
Institute for Asthmatic Children, receives
the congratulations of (from left) William G.
Mechanic and Joseph Shulman, Leonard
Zilbert and Samuel J. Kraver. Zilbert will
serve as chairman and Kraver, Mechanic and
Shulman, co-chairmen of an Israel Dinner of
State on behalf of Israel Bonds honoring
Siegel on Saturday evening, April 1, at the
Konover Hotel Siegel will be the recipient of
the David Ben-Gurion Award
President Anwar Sadat
overthrown.
* The Saudis, he reported!.,
could acquire aircraft w
to the proposed 60 F-lL
France and then thumb:
noses at the U.S. Should]
and Saudi Arabia not
U.S>. military equipment'
supported Libya would jL.
them. Brzezinski was sJ
have asserted.
He was also said to1
stressed that for the firsj
moderates are in poshunii
fluence in Egypt and L
bia and the U.S. wantsi
in control.
REGARDING TH1
ments. United Nations
Council Resolution 242ai
all frontiers. Brzezinski
while the Israelis take a u
position toward the West [
The Jewish jruests. k
mainly representatives
welfare federations,
many of his contentions
were very vocal, especially c,
settlements.'' according u i
source.
A White House source!
there was nothing tut
about the event, which L_
cribed as a "dialogue-typtj
meeting" and one of many!
the White House on nati
fairs.
Pearl Lang to Give First a
Performance; Conduct Lecture Cli
Pearl Lang, modern dancer and
choreographer, will perform for
the first time in Miami, straight
from a European tour. Her ap-
pearances with her powerhouse
companv." under the auspices of
The Pine Arts of Beth David, are
scheduled for Saturday. April 1
and Sunday. April 2 at 8 p.m. in
Swenson Hall on the Everglades
School Campus in Coconut
Grove.
Pearl Lang and Dance Compa-
ny program will feature Shirah.
Lang's signature piece; and an
excerpt from The Pout
based on The Ihbbuk
Carter of the American
Theater will be amongthei
bers of Mis- Lang -company
AS PART of a half-weal
idency. Miss Lang will aboa
duct a lecture-demonstration!
master classes on Friday.)
31, sponsored by the FineAi
Beth David and thestateo
rida through the FineAruCd
cil of Florida. Departnatj
State, with the assistance^
National Endowment for I
Arts, a federal agency.
Temple Judea Adult Education Ij
Feature Course on Arab and Jei
Temple Judea Adult Edu-
cation and Cultural Series will
feature a course on Arabs and
Jews. Key to Misunderstanding
of the Mideast Conflict, as part
of its third semester this year at
the temple in Coral Gables.
The course will be taught by
Prof Yehuda Shamir, director of
Judaic Studies at the University
of Miami, and will seek to un-
cover the cultural, psychological
and religious background for the
contemporary disputes between
Israel and its Arab neighbors.
THE SERIES also will feature
a course by Rabbi Michael B.
Eisenstat on Meet Certain
People of the Book" which will
interpret religious and historic
leaders
The Art of the Scribe will be
taught by Rabbi Yecheskel
Halpern. graduate of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, or-
dained by Rabbi Maimon.
Master's Degree in Philosophy at
Heidelberg. Germany
The second hour of the eight
week series beginning Tuesday.
March 14 at 8 p.m.. will be given
over to lectures by experts on
various topics of current interest.
DR. LEONARD J
Emmerglick. professor of l-aw
Emeritus, professor of Oncology
at the University of Miami
Medical School, will speak on
Talmud and Modern Ethics" on
April 25.
RABBI Morris A Kipper,
former rabbi at Temple Judea
and now director of the High
School in Israel, ill spatl
Coping with the J
Phenomena ol the 2
Jewish Family
Fred McCarthy.cartJ
creator of the nation!
dicated comic strip.
Juniper, will return **",
on Jewish Humor on Wry
THE TEMPLE J*]
Education and Cultural-
open to memben
members
Gellers /fee*
Toras Ernes'
On Sunday. Marco**!
,n the Crown rlctaU
School of Miami
dinner at which UW'-J
Mr- Louis GellerwfflW|
as the) :r*ir,H
ding anniversarj
\No at the dinner. **
be presented to foe***
Lubinshy, *J
Serve Orlando
Phlip J Barber. P*J
American Savin?
Corp. announced*
nient of Randy LubBWj.
as vice present m c^j
central Elortda reg TJ
chael Kiphuth ha. ^
manager of the ne j
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Dr. Landau Wins PhD From Florida State
**

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*
, \rlen Houses on Miami Beach joined recently in maximum
L i ,i the lewish community and Jewish survival, under
KichUip of Irving Cypers (left) and Chick Chaiklin
Lhtl Sneaking to Arlen residents on behalf of the 1978 Com-
111 lewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund was Paula
Xrnstvin (center), representing the Joint Distribution Com-
Ytee the worldwide refugee relief agency aided through the
Miami Jewish Federation's annual campaign.

Rabbi Dr. Sol Landau, spiritu-
al leader of Beth David Congre-
gation, has just received the
Ph.D. degree in adult education
from Florida State University at
Tallahassee.
Title of Dr. Landau's disserta-
tion was Successful Career
Changes in Midlife and Their
Implication for Adult Education.
AWARDING OF the Ph.D. to
Dr. Landau follows on the heels
of his receiving the Doctor of Di-
vinity degree, honoris cause.
from the .'ewish Theological Se-
minary.
Dr. Landau is a direct descen-
dant of Rabbi Kzekiel Landau,
the Nodah biyehudah. famous
18th-century chief rabbi of
Prague. His lineage includes sev-
en generations of rabbis, crowned
by his own father. Kzekiel. who
held a Ph.D. degree from German
University in Prague.
His mother, Helene, who died
six months ago. was a Hebrew
writer and lecturer.
DR. LANDAU received the
B.A. degree in psychology from
Brooklyn College" in 1949. the
Master of Hebrew Letters from
the Jewish Theological Seminary
in 1951 and his ordination from
that institution in the same year.
He holds an MA. degree in
medieval historv from New York
University (19581.
In addition to his spiritual
leadership at Beth David, he was
adjunct professor of adult educa-
tion at Florida International Uni-
Women's Division
To Honor Haber
Samuel L. Haber. national
chairman for the associates pro-
gram of American Friends of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
will be the guest of honor and
principal speaker on Thursday.
March 16 at a meeting of the
women's division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, at 11:30
a.m. at the Montmartre Hotel in
Miami Beach. Dr. Rachel
Abramowitz. president of the
women's division, will chair the
meeting.
Members of the committee
include Mesdames Thelma
Anton. Florence Becker, Klse
Bonem. Viola Charcowsky, Ida
Chinsky. Sigmund Fogler. Rose
Fleischer, and Irene Raczkowski.
Florence I). Feldman. director of
the Women's Division, is serving
as coordinator.
RESERVATIONS may be
made at the offices of American
Friends. Miami Beach.
women of Buckley Towers in North Miami Beach will add
support to the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel temple CllOirS 10
"< v Fund in a coordinated effort for the Greater Miami r
-anon Women's Division, led by North Dade ll7~lrnmp SmHltff
mris, hairman Elaine Miller (left). Buckley Towers leaders TV C1CUIIIC C7fJl lllg
hther to plan the effort are (left to right I Fanny Singer. and Nlrs Marvin Dora. CO-
hneck, Adina Dubin and Molly Mamber. chairmen of the Spring Music
Festival Committee, announced
that the third annual Spring Mu-
sic Festival will be held Sunday.
March 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Temple
Sinai of North Dado in North Mi-
ami Beach
featured in the program will
be members ol the temple's adult
and youth choirs, b total ol 90
voices Musical selections from
the categories of liturgical, Israe-
li, Chassidic, Yiddishand musical
comedy "ill be presented.
SOLOISTS for the evening will
be Cantoi Jerome Klement, Can-
tor Emanuel Mandel, Susan
Weiss, Rita Tempter. Karen
Weinstein, Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
and Cantor Irving Shulkes.
Tickets may be obtained at the
temple office.
Assisting in the program will
be trumpeter Woody Chapek.
percussionist Stanley Kaufman,
violinist Bill Winnick and War-
ren Canfield, Temple Sinai or-
Eanist. The concert is under the
direction of Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
./ Harbour's Camelot Hall was the scene of activity recently
l,7i residents gathered on behalf of the 197S Combined Jewish
Vpeal-lsrael Emergency Fund to hear guest speaker Prof.
'/. bel of Israel (center). Leaders of Camelot Hall taking
ft in the effort on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Iteration campaign were (left to right): Social Club President
\ster Bernstein; Building Chairman Jack Kornreich; Prof
\bel: Honorary Chairman J. George Kofman: and Women's
tairman Cele Gross.
\\
i'l *k

, Three Seasons in North Miami Beach, residents have
"piererf an extensive door-to-door campaign effort on behalf
"fie Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1978 Combined
Wft Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Three Seasons cam-
s'' leaders include (seated, left to right) Al Friedman, Abe
Wand Sylvia KaU, along with (standing, left to right) Dave
lst*>n. Philip Wolf and Dr. Max Cooper.
versity from 1974-1975, lecturer
in continuing education at Mi-
ami-Dade Community College,
1976-77, and auxiliary Jewish
chaplain, Homestead Air Force
Base. 1974-77.
HE IS currently president of
the Rabbinical Association of
(reater Miami for a second term
his first was in 1974-75. He is a
past chairman of the Dade Coun-
ty Youth Advisory Board, past
president of the Southeast Re-
gion of the Rabbinical Assembly,
past board member of the Na-
tional Academy of Adult Jewish
Studies, chairman last year of the
Education Committee of the
Dade County Mental Health As-
sociation and a member last year
of the Blue-Ribbon Jury of that
organization.
He Is the author of many arti-
cles in Jewish and other publi-
cations.
Rabbi Dr. Sol Landau
Sky Lake Gardens residents met recently in support of the 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Leading the
effort at the North Miami Beach complex were (left to right I:
Campaign Coordinator Harry Shvch; Building No. 3 President
William Rothenberg; guest speaker Richard Essen; General
Chairman Charles Gurland; and Building No. 2 President Jack
Steinberg.
**fs.
At Miami Beach's Belle Plaza recently Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Kaplan (left) hosted a meeting of residents for the 1978 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Appearing as
guest speaker for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
campaign was Paula Borenstein (right), of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee one of the agencies benefitting world-
wide through local support ofCJA-IEF.
Women at Miami Beach's Carriage House gathered recently in
record numbers to support the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Among those pledging their commit-
ments tO the Greater Miami Jeieish Federation's campaign ef-
fort wi're (left to right I Mrs Charles Dockser; Mrs. William
\bramowitZ; Mrs. Jack Bade; and Mrs. Philip Goldberg.
*
1
-
\
\V
At Miami Beach's Byron Hall, residents gathered to support
the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund and
to hear guest speaker Paula Borenstein (center) of the Joint
Distribution Committee, Paris. Co-Chairmen of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation campaign effort at Byron Hall are Flo-
rence Gordon (left) and Abe Satran.
.*


^cr *ni a ". ninj^
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
N0.7S-243VFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
RODRIGO Jt'AN MARTINEZ,
and
MARIA ARCADIA HORTA
MARTINEZ
TO: Maria Arcadia Horta
Martinez
I -ist Known Residence
2028 S W 6 Street
Apt. 12
Miami. Florida
YOl ARK 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 ROY
GONZALEZ, JR.. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
STONE, SOSTCHIN It GONZA-
LEZ. PA, 101 N.W. 12th Avenue.
Miami, Florida, and file the ori-
ginal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April 7.
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 28th day of February.
1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Diane Lowe
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Roy Gonzalez. Jr.
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
March 3. 10. 17.24.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.
7S-J337 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
STEADMAN N
GREAVES, husband,
and
SHAR1.ENKV
i (reaves wife
TO: SHARLENG\
SHEAVES
5820 NORTH
SHERIDAN ROAD
CHICAGO ILLINOIS
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has bei n
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if anv. to It on|
ARTHUR H UPSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
9626 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI.
FLORIDA 33165. and file the
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 in
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of
February. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG.S. Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Feb. 24: March 3. 10. 17.1978
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Probate Division 71-1424
File No. 02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BESS COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the admlnistra
tlon of the estate of
LEGAL NOTICES
stated If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk of the above styled
court 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 THK
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will.
the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTION'S NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
this 28 day of February. 1978
LIONEL CASSON
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
BESS COHEN
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 3 day of
March. 1978
SG TRACER
Of Law Offices of
S. GEORGE TRACER
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone 531-6727
Attorney For Personal
Representative
March 3. 10.1978
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.78-2071 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
JACQUELINE ESTHER
GELKOP. Wife,
and
DOV GELKOP. Husband
TO: DOVGELKOP
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 ropy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
Kwitney. Kroop & 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 rellel
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of
February. 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
PAUL KWITNEY. ATTORNEY
KWITNEY. KROOP &
SCHEINBERG.P A
420 Lincoln Road
Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Tel 306-538-7575
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb. 24; March 3. 10. 17.1978
CIRCUIT COURT,
11 TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No.7t-2siFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
JEAN CLAUDE PALANQUE.
Husband,
vs.
MARIE THERESA
ROSAND PALANQUE.
Wife
You. MARIE THERESA RO
SAND PALANQUE. LEOGANE
FOND SABLE. HAITI, are
hereby notified to serve a copy of
your Answer to the Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you. upon
Husband's attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, ESQ.. 61 NW 12th
BESS COHEN, deceased, late of Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136.
Dade County. Florida. File *"a "'e original with Clerk of
Number 78-1424 Is pending in the Court on or before April 7. 1978;
Circuit Court in and for Dade otherwise the Petition will be
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which Is
3rd Floor. Dade County Court-
house. 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130. The
personal representative of this
estate is LIONEL CASSON.
whose address Is 930 Fifth
Avenue. New York. New York
The name and address of the
attorney for the personal rep-
resentative are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when It will become due
shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the
na'ure of the uncertainty shall be
confessed by you.
Dated this 1 March. 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
CLERK
By: Diane Lowe
Deputy Clerk
March 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.7(-2233 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
LUCIENNE STRACHAN.
Petitioner Wife,
and
EDWARD STRACHAN.
Respondent, Husband
TO: EDWARD STRACHAN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
LEGAL NOTICES
required to serve a copy ot your
written defenses, if any, to it on
DANIEL RETTER. ESQ.. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress Is 801 Dade Federal
Building. 101 East Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33131. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before March 31. 1978; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you 'or the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORID1 W
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21 day of
February. 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByN A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone: 358-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
Ken 24: March 3. 10. IT. IH7S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name CAR SOUNDS at
18067-69 South Dixie Highway,
Miami. Fla intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Florida Car
Sounds. I'n
Feb. 24; March 3. 10. 17.1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 78 120S
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OK
HILDA MacINTYKK.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THK ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHKR
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
VOI ARK HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the admin
istration of the estate of HILDA
MacINTYRE, deceased, File
Number 7- 1206, is pending in the
('in nil c -our: Mr I lade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which |a 7: Wesl
Flagler Street, Miami Fl
The personal representative ol
the estate i> GILDA I'l.A
SENCIA whose addrest
Mtara Coral Gable* Fl
The name and address of the
personal representative .- .,
torney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THK DATE OF
THK 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 (or 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.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
LEGAL NOTICES
Is pending in the circuit court tor
Dade County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is
73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130 The personal rep-
resentative of the estate Is Ri >SK
BARON, whose address Is 18021
Risrayne Blvd N. Miami
Beach". Florida 33160 The name
and address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREK
MONTHS KROM THK DATE OF
THE FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE 10 file with the
clerk of the above court ritten
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 "I
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 II the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated if the claim Is ie< ured
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies ot the clam; to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested in the
estate to hom .1 1 opj ot this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THK
HIRST I't BLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have thai challenges
the validity ol the decedent
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\Mi OBJECTIONS not SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
March 3. 1978
ROSE BARON
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HENRY BARON
He. eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON M
REPRESENTATIVE
MORTON \l BE1GEL Esquire
2230 Wesl Flagler Stret I
Miami Fla
phone (42 (KM
Man ha 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY iil\ K\
that the undersigned desiring to
e in bush ndei the
fictitious name Ml SICAL I IE
SIGNS al 1 NVi rs v..
Miami Spi >i Fla ..."
said name with
'rk ot the Ctrru irt of
Dade Count) Florida
Philip Smith Jr
Keh 24 Man 1 3 10 IT 1978
LEGAL NOTICES
LEGAL NOTICE,
he creditor or hu ,*S
torney. and ,,*,J
"he claim isnSWw*
*< when ,i,
"" be stated*' fr<*!
toreoftheUnu*lsIl
ftoted If the ctata?^
toe security siifc'i.'
sufficient cup,,1, .
court to enable nV^ '
one com- ... in"mti
ech
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 71-1423
03
IN RE ESTATE OF
PAULKARP
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THK ABOVE ES-
TATK AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS INTERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate of PAIL KARI'. da
ceased, late of Dade County. Flo-
rida. File Number 78-1423. is they mav have thai Ah*9
pending In the Circuit Court in validity ,11 the ileredf .
and for Dade County Florida, the qualifn .,
Probate Division, the address of repress-in.,.,,. or th *^
which Is Srd Floor, Dade County junsdii tion ol the court "^
Courthouse, 73 West Flagler ALL CLAIMS
St
ps
one copy ,
representative
FVROM,NTHTRHlS|
THREE
Biniimisr, i ""I rt-tgiei .,.,. \ l.AIMS [h-ii
rvet. Miami. Florida 33130 The AND OBJECTIONS NnH
rsonal representative of this FILED vui.i ur -^i
3ARRED RRt
DATEI I at Miami ci
tot- rd day of ft SS*
. S GEOROE1
I
oM he Estate of '
M Wolh
state is JEFFERSON nation
\I. HANK OF MIAMI REACH.
v> hose address is (ill Arthui God
frey Road Miami Heacn. Flori-
da The name and address of the
attorney for the personal repre-
sentative .ivv set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, within three
MONTHS KROM THK DATE OF
THK FIRST ITHLIOATION OF s GEORGE TRACER
THIS NOTICE, to file with the OfLawOfflo
clerk of the above court a written s GEORGE TRADER
statement of any claim or *" Ar'' Uoad
demand thev mav lia\e Each Miami lleai 11 Florid! 8141
claim must" be ui writing and Telepbor .
'--.
First publication of I*
"fadmiinstraliunontfcia
of March 1T
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 ol the uncertainly shall be
stated II the claim is secured,
the security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk of the above styled
court to enable the clerk to mail
one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested in the
.state to whom a copy of this
Notice n( Admmistr ition has
been maili required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
PI BLICATION OF THIS
m ITICE to file an) objei lions
they maj ha illenge the
valldltj wii
Llifii atlons ot the personal
ental the ves
jurisdiction
ALL claims DEMANDS
\\|| OBJECTIONS Nor SO
Fll ED WILL BE KoRK\ KR
BARRED
11 \ I'Kl' .,; \ii,,mi Florida on
Attome) h ir Pei
Hep,.
March 10.1; J
>-iK(.UIT COURT I'tT.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.DUt
COUNTY.FLORID* I
NO 'Hfis
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The UarnaRol
VICTOR P PAIL
Petition.-: Husband
and
SH VRON Dl Ui I
Respon lent-W [1
You SHAI
RESIDENCE SKNOIITI .
notified I
. 1 r A1
J
1 torm
NICHOI \- KSg I
and lii.
I
!'> I
I
RICHARD I Bl
CLERK
B) B
I leput) Clerk
Keh :! March I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring t"
engage In business under the
fictitious name ol I Y A al
number 18401 \E lath Avenue In
the City ol North Miami Beai h
Florida, intends to register the
said name with the cierk of the
Circuit court ol Hade County
Florida
I'ated at Miami Beach
Florida this 23rd day of
February i7>>
ROBERT WOODARD
HARVEY I) FRIEDMAN
Esquire
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 32
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
March3, in. 17.24 \9t
JEFFERSON NATIONAL
BANK OF
MIAMI BEACH
By STUARTJ MILLER
Trust Officer
\- Personal Representative
oft lie Estate of
Paul Karp
Deceased
First publication of this notice
Of administration on the loth day
o! March I7
Of l^w Offices of
S GEORGE TRACK It
301 Arthur (iodfrev Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone 531-6727
Attorney for Personal
Representative
March 10. 17. l78
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
March 3,1978
Giida Plasencla
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HILDA MacINTYRE
__ Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRE8EN .'ATIVE
JOSEPH McMI l-I.KN
6870 Coral Way,
Miami. Fl 33155
Telephone 1 300 1 665 691K
March 3. 10. IB7S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 77-8243
Division (Blanton)
IN RE ESTATE OF
HENRY BARON.
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 HENRY BARON
deceased. File Number 77-8243
NOTICE UNDER
^FiC.TITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name GKS PART
NERSHIP at 1035 NE 125th
. i' r,h Mlam'- Ha 33161
intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
DAVID KAPLAN
BERNADINE KAPLAN
NORMAN SHNEIDER
ADELINE SHNEIDER
MARSHALL GARDNER
A,.o4IKM"AR,)NKR
HARVEY BAXTER, ESQ
March 3.10, 17.24, 1978
CIRCUITCOURT~
"TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO 78JJ27FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
INRE The Marriage o(
SUE GABRIEL MEDARD
Husband,
vs
GLADYS MEDARD
Wife
INTHECIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE N0.7S-1SM
02
INRE: ESTATE OF
MOE WOLFE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THK ABOVE ES
TATE AND ALL OTHER PER
SONS INTERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration of
the estate ol MOE WOLFE, de
ceased, late of Dade County. Flo-
rida. File Number 78-1566. Is
pending in the Circuit Court In
and for Hade County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address of
which is srd Floor, Dade County
Courthouse. 73 \i,.s, j/lagler
Miami. Florida 33130 The
personal representative of this
estate 1- S GEORGE TRACER
whose address is 301 ArthurOod
Irey Koa,i Miami Heach. Flon
da The name and address of the
W I are hereby "notified to Serve
a copy of your Answer to the I Us
You, GLADYS MEDARJ '".". ......->-
' B No 11 Cap I.,, ,,,n nutT !" ' sentallveare set forth below
All persons having rlaims or
solution of Marriage filed (l*'man,ls against the estate are
against you. upon Husband s at w.lii^V* 1THI N THREE
torney. GEORGE NICHOLAS ?..NTH-S ESQ., 612
ami. Florii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOM
THE ELEVLNTHJUDIOM
CIRCUIT OF FLORID* \
ANDFOR DAOE COUNT!
Civil Action No 'SJWlfC |
FAMILY COURT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The n .imaseol
ROSALIE DESTEFAM
Wife
and
CHARLES DESTEPANO
TO CHARLES DESTEFAM
Residei' t I'nknown
YOl ARK HEREBY SOJI
FIED that an action for Ds>|
solution Of Marriage till *s|
filed against you and you sir
required to lerve a copy of*I
written defenses, if any. [
ARTHl'R H LIPS0N "'*'
for Petitioner whose addres)f I
9026 BIRD ROAD, MIAKF
FLORIDA 33165. and nl
original with the clerk oMJI
above styled court on or MW
March 24 HOT; other**Jl
default will be entered I
you for the rellel demand"l
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand aw *
seal of said court at *
Florida on this 15 ) *
February. W7S ___.
RICHARD I' BRINKS
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Fiorl
By M J Harwell
A's Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
Feb IT :'<
INTHECIRCUlUOUjfJ'
THE II TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORID*
AND FOR DADE COUNT
FAMILY DIVISI0"
NO7I-U4JFC10
NOTICE T0DEFEHD
IN RE The Marnaseof
Lus Gladys Montsntt
wife.
Hlglnlo Montane* hu*M< ,
You. Hlglnlo M*;b*|
IVtronllaGonleir""5|
native and residing"*'p^l
Ho Marln BaJ
Rico, are hereny ^"^^l
ie*1' ..
MarcH3.10.*
to
IEOROE NICHOI AS V" MS " N V. 12th Avenue Vt, "\ MRST l'l'HLI(-ATION OF
Ida 33136. and fileorlgi NOTK'E to file with the
nai wun Clerk of Court on or be lne aDove court a written
fore March 31, 1978, otherwise Ju"ement of any claim or
the Petition will be confessed hv you > claim must be in writing and
Dated this 22nd day of Fehm mxal """""ate the basis for the
ary. 1B78 u claim, the name and address of
RICHARD P BRINKER..........
CLERK .......................................
ByG.S. Carlle "sat hssstcslli ISrisfcasieaf :
B-.h P.eP,u:t>'a"l< IWwifs-esssi..*.,,,,, j
reb 24. March3.10.17 ms ..................
ma map
your Answei
1 petition tor "'%",:? "d HI
solution 1 with theCW""^,,
Court and send a copy 0* .
J. C. Laussel. "? uW
Avenue. Miami. Ho^"^
not later than Msrrt
otherwise default 1
tered ufl
DffiDA>


LEGAL NOTICES
L-TITIOUS NAME LAW
&E IS HEREBY GIVEN
L undersigned desrinR to
'court of Pade County.
'martai.i.ovio
1 .\ nil STREET.
T APT 402
ni\!l FLORIDA 33126
K March 3. 10. 17. 1878
circuit couki,
,H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
KkCOUNTY,FLORIDA
NO.'2'72f:C
iAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
The Marriage of
jOISLUDOVIC
.. us
psband.
BE SEN ATI 8
T/imelle Senatus. 43 Rue
1 \\ lnterleur, Port Au-
i Haiti are hereby notified
e a copy f your Answer to
solution of Marriage filed
I vou upon Husbands at-
iQISORGE NICHOLAS,
JU \ M I2tfl Avenue. Ml
L aid file orlgl-
h Clerk ol Court on or be-
jari'h SI Wit otherwise
litlonwlll he confessed by
L this 17th day of Eebru
CHARD P BRINKER,
Cl KKK
ByG 9 Carlie
Deputy Clerk
It u Ma'chS, io. 17.1978
BOTICEOF ACTION
pSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
4ECIRCUITCOURTOF
SEVENTH JUDICIAL
;UIT OF FLORIDA, IN
I FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO 7g-2M*FC
IFAMILY DIVISION
|0N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|
ILORFILS,
md,
I iRFILS
Wife
I iRFILS
: own
HEREBY NOT!
II '
i been filed
required
rltten
m 11 \niei.
attome) for
Baal
Street M ami Florida
rlginal with
i ityled
re March SI.
a default will be
I vou for the relief
impbunt or
Inotici shall be published
lih week lor (ourronsecu
leeki In tiik JEWISH
DIAN
(ESS mj hand and the
|laid court at Miami Flo-
I this 18th clay of February,
CHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
ladi County, Florida
By M .1 Harlnett
As Deputy Clerk
It Court Seal |
1LRETTER
Lire
ty for Petitioner
leFederal Building
ItPlaglei Street
I Florida 33131
b :>4 March 3. 10. 17.1978
j CIRCUIT COURT FOR
iC0UNTY. FLORIDA
fROBATE DIVISION
rile Number: 78-1226
I Division: 03
ESTATE OF
"N'i COLDER,
Bsecl
NOTICE OP
f 'MINISTRATION
P-l- PERSONS HAVING
EL, "K DEMANDS
IT THE ABOVE
V- WD Ml. OTHER
P." INTERESTED IN
i*RE HEREBY NOTI-
1 '" "'ea.imiMisiration of
o Calmon K Colder.
rl He Numbei ;s |2M
^ Circuit court for
Florida, Probate
uie address ol which la
'"aglei street, Miami,
- w Personal Rep-
f late la Helen
iddreat la aioi
"aril,,,- Dnve, Baj
Florida SSlM
'and addreai or the
resentatlve's al
rthbekm
B having claims or
-l the estate are
LS'rmiLTHIN THREE
RIP ,* THE DATE OF
off* '"'NATION OP
Ptheabove court a written
I h. any cl'm or
the> may have Each
dUnr m1and addre8s of
ana Z n,a **"< or at-
hd the amount claimed
sta,-"i U the claim is
LEGAL NOTICES
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured,
the security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenges
the validity of the decedent's
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
AI.I. CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOKEVEK
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
March 3. 1978
HELEN COLDER
As Personal Representatu,
of the Estate of
CALMON R COLDER.
Deceased
BROAD AND CASSEL,
Attorneys [or Personal
Representative
111* Kane Concourse
Hay Harbor Islands, PLSslM
Phone 306 BBS 1000
By LoulSC Hooks
March R io \Q"u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO.: 78-1396
DIVISION: 02
IN HE ESTATE OF
LUCETTE PARI8ELLA,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS INTEREST
ED IN SAID ESTATE:
ITOll ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED thai the administration of
the Estate of LUCETTE PARI-
SELL A lie leased, late of Dad.
County, Florida, has commenced
In the captioned proceeding
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND REQUIRED to file
any claim- ami demands which
sou may have against the Estate
iind to file any challenge to the
validity of the Last Will and IV-
t.iment offered for probate, if
.my of ,m> objection to the qua
llflcatloni Of the Personal Repre
tentatlvi venue or jurisdiction
of the Court, with the Court
Dad.- County Courthouse, 7:.
West Flagler Streel Miami Plo
rida SSI30 within THREE
MONTHS PROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR YiH R
RIQHT TO DO SO will BE for
\ it barred
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS Nor so
FILED WILL BE POREVER
BARRED
F'irst publication of this Notice
on the IOth dav of March. 1978
JERRY A BURNS
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
LUCETTE PARI8ELLA,
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
JERRY A BURNS. ESQ
28 W Flagler Street. Suite 933
Miami. FI. 33130
Telephone 373 0856
March 10 17 1978
IN THE CIRCUIT C0UBT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 78-2177 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
Las Vegas.
Nevada 89104
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT a
Petition for Dissolution of Mar
rlage 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 I. RASKIN
i Petitioner's Attorney I. whose
address Is 7200 Bird Road.
Miami. Florida 33155. 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
a default will be entered for the
relief demanded In the Petition
WITNESS my hand and sealol
this Court on Februarv 17. 1978
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk of said Court
ByN A Hewelt
As Deputy Clerk
Feb.84: March 3. 10. 17. 197
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
Murrav Spector
Feb. 24; March Z 10. 17. 1978
LEGAL NOTICES
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.
207GIFTMART. INC
By Jaime Olvner
HARVEY D.
FRIEDMAN. ESQUIRE
Attorney for
207Glftmart. Inc
LEGAL NOTICES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
ALANJ HODIN
MILLS. HODIN. LONDON
OILBERT, PA.
One Biscayne Tower.
Suite 2250
Two South Blsra> ne
Boulevard
Attorney for Petitioner
Miami. Florida 3,1131
I 305 i 358 7122
_________March.I in I? 24
1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7g.1020
Feb. 24: March 3. 10, 17.1978 I wnj^l VALENTINE
Mclaughlin, sr.
Deceased
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OK 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 WILLIAM VALEN-
TINE Mi I.At OHLIN SR..
dei eased Pile Number 78-1020.
is pending In IheClrcull court for
I iidc County, Florida. Probate
Division the address of which Is
I 73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
j Florida 33130 The personal rep-
resentative of the estate is WIL-
LIAM v Mclaughlin, jr
whose address is 1770 NE 175th
Street, N Miami Beach. Florida
The name and address of the
personal representative's at-
' turtles are let forth below.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 IM
Division
IN RE ESTATE OF
HILLY KAY SMITH.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSON'S HAVING
CLAIMS OK 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 BILLY RAY
SMITH, deceased. File Number
76114. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida The personal
representative of the estate Is
RUTH SMITH, whose address is
P.O Box 125. Candler. Florida
32624 The name and address of
the personal representative's at
(nrney are set forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
rlerk of the above court a written
All persons having claims or statement of any claim or
demands against the estate Air
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DAT!-: OP
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above COUI1 a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must'be in writing and
must indicate the basis tor the
Claim, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or at-
lorney and the amount claimed.
If the claim is not yet due. the
i.,'. when it will become due
shall I" Stated II the claim is
demand they may have Each
claim musl be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name and address of
the i redltor or his agent or at-
torney and tin-amount claimed
if the claim Is not yet due. the
date when it win become due
shall be stated If the claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertainty shall be
stated ii the claim Is secured,
the *e< ni-it\ shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient i opies ol the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uni ertainty shall he representative
ii the claim is secured, ah persons interested in the
urltj shall be described estate to whom a copy of this
The Claimant shall deliver Notice Ol Administration has
enl copies ol the claim to been mailed are required,
rk to enable the clerk to WITHIN three months
ne copy to each personal PROM THE DATE OF THE
Hive FIRSTPI BLICATION OF THIS
\ll persons interested in the NOTICE, to file any objections
estate to whom a copy of this they may have thai challenges
-. nf Administration has the validity of the decedent's
been mailed are required, will, the qualifications of the
within three MONTHS personal representative, or the
FI'OM THE DATE OP THE venue or jurisdiction of the court.
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
notice to file any objections and OBJECTIONS not so
they may Have thai challenges FILED WILL BE POREVER
the validity of the decedent's BARRED
will, the qualification! of the Date of the first publication of
personal representative, or the this Notice of Administration
venue or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
\nd OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARREI
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration
March 10, IHTs
Ruth Smith
As Personal Representative
of the F:stateof
HILLY RAY SMITH
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
FRIEDMAN ROBBINS
1875 N E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33162
Bv MARJORIE F ROBBINS
Telephone 945 7696
March 3. 1978
wm \ McLaughlin Jr
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
WILLIAM VALENTINE
\lc LAUQHLINSR
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
FRIEDMAN 4 ROBBINS
1875 NE 163rd Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 83162
By Marjorie F. Robbins
Telephone 945-7696
March 3. 10. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
March 10. 17,1978 engage in business under the
fictitious name Pasta F actory
Company at 5725 SW 8th Street.
Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Pasta Wholesalers Inc.
Rlcardo U Sarlna, Pres.
March 3. 10. 17.24. 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 78-7413 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marnageof
GRAZYN A 8ZCZERBALA,
Petitioner
and
CZESLAV. SZCZERBALA,
Respondent
TO c/ESI.aw SZCZERBALA
I'aliiamce Poland
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution ol Marriage has been
filed against you and M'u are
required to serve copy ol your
written defenses, If any. Io it on
Alan .1 Hodin attorney tor !'<'
tltloner, whose address is One
Biscayne Tower Suite 2280 Two
South Biscayne Blvd Miami.
el 3.'u:u and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court onol helore April 7th 1978;
otherwise I default will be en
lered agalnsl you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEWISH
EI.OK1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of
February' I97"
KICHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. F'lorida
HvG S Carlie
LEGAL NOTICES
c o MRS. CONSUELO
SO TO
21 Nam lops Lam-
Deer Park. Long Island.
New York
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
IK IW ARD N GALBUT. attorney
- for Petitioner, whose address is
721 Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach, Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 24. 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 THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami. Flo-
rida on this 10th day of February.
1978.
RICHARD I' BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By G.S. Carlie
Aa Deputy Clerk
(CircuitCourt Seal!
GALBUT, GALBUT* MENIN
721 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida 33139
I tele 672-8100)
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 17. 24. March 3, 10. 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
N0.7-412FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
PETEMAZZAGATTI.
Petitioner,
and
FRANCIS MA/.ZAGATTI.
Respondent.
TO Francis Mazzagattl
'.343 Keelind Street
Philadelphia. Pa
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for Dissolu-
tion ol Marriage has been filed
against you and you ^iv required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on Alvin
Goodman, attorney for Petition-
er, whose address Is 8585 Sunset
Drive. Suite 180. Miami. Fla.
38143 and file the Original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 24.
1878; otherwise default will be
entered against vou 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 th day of February,
HITS
RICHARD!' BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Alvin Goodman. Esquire
8585Sunset Drive. Suite 180
Miami. Florida 33143
Telephone: 279-8000
Attorney for Petitioner
F'eb. 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
CivilAction No.7(-lf0IFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of:
JOSEPH HANNA EL-ALAM.
Petitioner,
and
VICTORIA JUNE
BL-ALAM. Respondent
TO: VICTORIA JUNE
BL-ALAM
2131 B Newman Street
East Point.
Georgia 30344
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
LEGAL NOTICES
The Torah Academy of south nlss<,|ullon of Marrlage has been
Florida admits the students of f|le(i mst ,, you are
any race to all the rights, privl- lr(fd to ^^.^ a ropy of
ou
copy of your
leges, programs and arllv111" written defenses, if any. to it on
corded or made j ROBKRTO ROJAS, of
JIBBE.!SA
gene rally-
available
aci
to
students at the
STONE
SOSTCHIN & GON
P. A., attorney for
school, and Torah ^'^'zalkz.
not discriminate on the basis _of Hel|lUin,.r whoS(. address is 482
,,,, em admini-tralion of i sedu-,,^ Avenu(, HlaU,an Florida
rational policies. adni.sMom. po s,|iM|) ^ fj|(, (h(i orlglna| w
lices. scholarship and loan pro ^ (,|(i|.k of (he ab()V(j sIyli,(|
grams, and athletic and other t.()llrt n or before March 24.
school administered programs^ {9n. otherwise a default will be
Torah Academy of South lortda ,llU.rvd against vou for the relief
990 NE 171st Street lemanded in the complaint or
North Miami Beach. aetltlon.
Florida83163 Tnls notice shall be published
March 10.1978 nice each week for four con
_____________scent.ve w.-eks m THE JEWISH
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, INAND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO 7&1838FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
ERIC GEORGE EIDUS.
I'etltloner-Husband
and
CONSUELO MARIA EIDUS,
Respondent-Wife
TO: CONSUELO MARIA
EIDUS
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 13 day of
February, 1978.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB Perez
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
J ROBERTO ROJAS. ESQ
STONE. SOSTCHIN &
GONZALEZ. PA
482 Palm Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33010
13051 888 554 4
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb 17". 24 March 8 If), 1H7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE II TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO. 78 2538FC
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
CAROL LEE CHAMPAGNE.
Petitioner,
and
LEOJOSEPH
CHAMPAGNE,
Respondent.
YOU. LEO JOSEPH CHAM
PAONE, Route 7. Box 49(1 Au
guata, Georgia 30908. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO PILE
your written response to this ac-
tion for dissolution of marriage
with the Clerk of the above
Court, and serve a copy upon Pe-
titioner's Attorneys, sail T.
VON ZAMFT and SAMUEL E
SMITH. 1320 S Dixie Highway.
Suite 850, Coral Gables. Florida
33146, on or before the 7th day of
April. 197V else the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage will be
taken as confessed
DATED FEB 27, 1978
RICHARD P. BRINKER
ByN A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal |
Published four consecutive
weeks 111 JEWISH FLORIDIAN
March 3. 10. 17. 24. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
thai the undersigned desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name ol PRO SPORTS
INTERNATIONAL at 7710 NW
74 th Avenue. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I lade County. Florida
PORSTERftCO INC
\1 iiton i* Porster, Pres
Daniel m Keil, Esq
Attorney for
Porster A.- Oo Inc
Feb 17. 24. March :: in. IH7-
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 DELCARIBE, INC
a Florida Corporation, bv
RAFAEL HECTOR
RODRIGUEZ, PRESIDENT
MICHAEL.I EREEM \N ESQ
attorney for ISLAS
DELCARIBE INC
P (i Box I
2801 Poncede Leon Blvd .
Ste 318
i '.ii alcalde- Fla 33134
Feb 17. 24 March 3. 10. l7s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring to
engage in business under the
ficttlous name KELLER-
SCROLL at 800 NW 166th Street.
Miami. Florida 33169 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadeCountv. 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, desiring 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.
SHERYLRICH
KING RICH. OWNERS
Feb. 17. 24 : March 3. 10. 1978
-----------NOTICE UNDER-----------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Ihe 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 33132
Feb 24: March 3. 10. 17. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV N
that the undersigned, desinni
engage In business under till
tltlous name ol FRATERN \1.
ORDER OP SECURITY OFF I
CERSal 1401 S W 1ST STREET
Ml \MI FLA 38188, SUITE 202
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi Dad.- County, Florida
Dlt CARLOS V- 01 Errs
WILPREDODEZAYAS
March3, io. 17.24, i7s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of RIK-ROK
AND COMPANY at 10241 East
Broadview Drive. Bay Harbour
Island. Florida 33154 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
ROSALIE GASCO
RICKY SCHRE1BER
Attorneys for
RIK-ROK AND COMPANY
March 3.10. 17,24.1978


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Begin in Secret Reply to Letter from President Sadat
\Combined JTA Services
feRUSALEM Prime Min-
Menachem Begin has writ-
8 personal letter to President
far Sadat of Egypt in reply to
hetn-r he received from Sadat
[Thursday. It was delivered
IS. Embassy official, pre-
Lblv ic be telexed to Assis-
fsecretarj of State Alfred L.
irton. "bo Hew from Am-
I Jordan, to Cairo and was
lomeet with Sadat Wednes-
k content of the Begin-Sadat
Xige has been kept secret.
|n [did newsmen, however.
the spirit"' of the letters
Lih.it both sides wanl to re-
Idirect contacts within the
Lworh ol the political and
larv committees.
r (; l N REPORTEDLY
led his letter after consulta-
Twith several senior Cabinet
tiers It was discussed at a
del meeting where the min-
reportedly reached certain
llusions" after a political
listen that lasted over two
The conclusions" were
Bclosed
herton was expected back in
| on Tuesday as his last visit
[current round of shuttle di-
Icy before he returns to
lin^on tor the Carter-Begin
figs
ll. \\ l\ Surprisingly lit-
emi.'ii was given here dur-
1 Koreign Minister
Da; posal that Is
i itarj govern-
I. W s| Hank and (i
| mpk ment
\|i nai em Be
rule" to the Arab inhabitants of
those territories.
DAYAN MADE the sugges-
tion at a political forum, known
as "Bama." which met here Fri-
day, He insisted he was not an-
nouncing a new government plan
but was merely offering food for
thought. Dayan will accompany
Begin to Washington next week
for meetings with President
Carter.
The foreign minister said that
his proposal was intended to give
the Arabs freedom to administer
their own affairs as long as it did
not threaten Israel's security. He
said it stemmed from the basic
conception that Israel does not
want to rule 500.000-600,000
Arabs on the West Hank and
4()0,(MX) in the (iaza Strip indefi-
nitely as an occupying power.
expected announcement during
his nationally televised news con-
ference last Thursday that Weiz-
man would be meeting with him.
The Israeli defense chief said he
was unaware that such a meeting
was scheduled, and no official in
V it at ion had been received from
the White House by the time of
his departure.
Weizman in U.S.
WASHINGTON Defense
Minister E/.er Wei/man arrived
here for meetings with Adminis-
tration officials relative to Is-
rael's weapons needs and, it now
appears likely, with President
Carter himself.
Weizman s trip comes at a time
of increasing strain between Is-
rael and the U.S. over Prime
Minister Menachem Begins set-
tlement policies and the U.S. pro-
posal to sell military aircraft in a
single package to Israel. Egypt
and Saudi \rabia
AGAINST THAT back
ground, concern was expressed
that the Carter \dministration
may be trying to create a split in
the Israeli government leadership
on the basis ol Weizman's mod-
eration in contrast to Begins un-
bending position on thi -
ments issue.
That V lew w ;is ,;]\ ,,. sun:,
bv Pre
JERUSALEM Leaders of
the opposition Labor Party
warned Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin's government that
its interpretation of Security
Council Resolution 241! to exclude
the West Bank and (iaza Strip as
areas for territorial compromises
ran counter to the interpretation
by all previous Israeli gov-
ernments.
THAT VIEW was emphasized
by two former prime ministers.
Golda Meir and Yitzhak Rabin,
and former Justice Minister
llaim Zadok, at a Labor Party
political forum.
Resolution 242. adopted by the
Security Council on Nov. 22, 1967
as the basis for an eventual peace
settlement, calls for withdrawal
of Israeli armed forces from terri-
tories of recent conflict."
Begin indicated recently that
he does not consider it applicable
to the West Bank because, except
lor Britain and Pakistan, no
country ever recognized Jordan's
sovereignty over the area from
1948-67.
But the Labor Party leaders
maintained that every Israeli
government since 1967 has ack-
nowledged that the resolution re-
quires withdrawals from the
Hank although Israel re-
jects the Arab interpretation that
ital withdrawal
ill occupied lerritoi
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U VSHINGTON The Stau
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cord does not obligate Israel to
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other countries
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Britain's Jews Given Warning
By MAURICE SAMl ELSON
MK'S tJTA A
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the foremost Jew
tried Jewish supper :
our peril, he warned
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IN BRITAIN
his party s touch new line &z..r.?:
colored irr.rr..gra:ior. Sir Keiti
chief policy adviser to tin
Margaret Thatcher, the oppo-
- leader made his appeal to
voters at llford North, a London
where a par-
liamentary election was held last
and where the Jewish vote
is decisive
SIR KEITH cautioned British
----- i^;.--: identifying them-
aaHai *.:- present -da y an
-ply because the:r
tamilix had beer.
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bee an etforts
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British Jew> protest
against Sir Keith s bic for
lewish vote. Greville
laaaet MP the Boards \>ce
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danovered thai Dford's Jews
>rds.
I ublic
. more s ..tude
towards national political .-
including colored immigration.
SHERMANS findings are
partly confirmed by evidence
that llford s Jews had awaktntv.
\ery late to the anti-Semitic
implications of the anti-
immigrant National Front Move-
ment.
Although the Board of
Deputies has waged a lengthy
campaign to expose the
inclinations of the Fronts
leader* Jewish Conservatives in
1 Iford had turned a deaf ear to t he
Board s campaign
What woke up the llford com-
munity at the last minute was the
sudden prospect of street battles
in their own neighborhood
between the National Front and
.:- militant left-wing opponents
who were planning to assemble in
llford for another bloody con-
frontation
LOCAL communal leader*
t the Board of IVputies
help in opposing the National
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taxi d- -- ..-- ateiM winter
the march with a cavalc.i.

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ment. reveals a different tradition
ghu which existed
from antiquity throughout the
Midril. tges a tradition which
recognizes the woman s right to
initiate divorce proceedings
Three marriage docur
from the "ian com-
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Shah of Iran:
View from Capitol
From Teheran comes a report this week that the Shah of
[ran is reportedly considering slowing down the flow of oil
to Israel in order to coerce Israel into accepting a Middle
East peace "agreement" on a unilateral Arab-determined
basis. If true, this would be the first time that the Shah,
IsraeFs principal supporter, has departed from his
principle that the sale of Iranian oil is a thing separate and
apart from politics. How does the U.S. view the Shah
todav? The following report answers the question.
Continued from Page 1-A
an with its oil and gas reserves
Initialized at over $800 billion
H potential threats from every
vction particularly the USSR.
,d that after Vietnam, it cannot
unt on U.S. support in the
Ent of attack.
This attitude is echoed in
Bshington where Iran's emer-
nic as the Policeman of the
rian Gulf is seen as safe-
Rrding the limitless oil wealth
not only Iran itself, but also
Bmii Arabia and the Gulf
(tes, mi which Kurope and
pan are almost totally
pendent tor their energy
ind from whom
|< iports up to 50
nil needs
.1- a good
eye? was
i m hen an oiler
I |>."ii guarantees by
helped keep Pan
flj ing w hen it
kruptc)
o\M \ I I!. Iran interests
far from
lical with those ol the I .S.
: he >PK( Summit
1 ran emerged as the
.....aw 1% calling for a 15
-: Ink.- in the price ol crude.
contrast Saudi Arabia.
Owed bj the I nited Arab
irates, held the price down to
S percent increase, and
batened the unity of the oil
tt-l
This division reflected the
ereni nature of the oil states.
idi \rabia and the (iult States
sady have more petrodollars
n they can possibly absorb.
n. in contrast, has much to
'he Shah is intent on turning
n into .! major industrialized
t'i ami -p. nds his petro-
lar fasi .,- he gets them
' year Iranian government
lenditures totaled S49.2
'* whii h ,_' billion went
government enterprises,
erinn major industries, trans-
lation infrastructure and
Irical generating capacity.
1 IHK Shah has
aiwlly warned that Iran soil
[ves. estimated at 64.5 billion
,,,|s- will prol.ablv last less
' another 20 years So for
unie is running out. and
oil prices are a major
irement.
"t there is more at stake than
plCeof crude. For the Shah is
on building a regional
[P-fr. With government
pragenient the national
pupation with history and
F%v. the symbols" of a
rus ""Pi'rial past approach
psessive level.
this last year, the very
I f the Gulf was the subject
roajor diplomatic row bet-
l^' Emirates, who called it
ID,a.B- and the Shah, for
1 had to remain Per-
sian." Iran furthermore, is Shia
Moslem, with strong mystical.
messianic, and fire-worshipping
influences, the heritage of
Persia's long and distinct
cultural past, and there has never
been any love lost with the Sunni
Moslem powers to the West. Rut
there are also disputes of a more
recent nature.
SOVIET-BACKED Iraq has
long been a thorn in the Shah's
side. Iran backed the Kurdish
revolt against Baghdad and
supplied them with weapons, hut
by 1975 the Kurds had been
smashed and Iran, under Amer-
ican pressure, signed a treaty ol
friendship with the government
ol I raq But ; he Baal his! regime
in Baghdad remains a mortal foe
ol i be men u Teheran
St ill. Iron gr< atesi i ival, and
the mosi tempting target for its
new -iiper-powered might.
remains | he oil Mecca lo I he
south the Kingdom ol Saudi
\rahia ii sell h may, i hi refi
be signifii ant i hat I ran s new
military might is geared, not
merely against Kussian assault,
but also for a major Persian Gull
role
The small Iranian navj is soon
to boost five di ihe most modern
and formidable warships in the
world \merican Spruance
class missile destroyers and
two \merican-leased aircraft car-
riers, each capable of carrying 90
Phantom jets.
THE NEW naval air bases at
Bandar Abbas guard the mouth
of the Gulf and are almost due
west of Saudi Arabia's strategic
centers. Just west of the Pakis-
tani border is (hah Bahar. by far
the largest naval base anywhere
in the Indian Ocean (including
the former Kussian Berbera base
in Somalia and the new American
installations at Diego Garcia),
and built at a cost of over SI
billion by American contractors
The Iranian hovercraft fleet
the largest in the world is
especially suited to offensive
operations around the mouth of
the Shatt al-Arab river (the
marshy confluence of the
Euphrates and the Tigris) in
southern Iraq, outflanking the
ftussian-buill naval base at I'mm
Qasr and opening the way to oil-
rich and defenseless Kuwait and
Bahrain.
Control of the other Gulf oil-
fields would give Iran a gar-
gantuan control of more than half
the annual OPEC production as
well as ending Arab petrodollar
power. Given the unstable
conditions of the Gulf States and
Saudi Arabia itself, with their
large immigrant populations of
Yemeni and Palestinian workers,
a future upheaval that could
provoke Iranian intervention
with Western approval is a real
possibility. But America could
then find that its Policeman of
the Gulf" has a mind of its own.
Point international
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