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Jewish Floiridiam
,51 Number 12
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
Miami, Florida Friday, March 24, 1978
By Mail m Cents Four Sections! Price 35 Cents
iracl 30th Anniversary Celebration This Weekend
lr several months a
| cadre of community
*s have been hard at
I on planning the Israel
'ee celebration which
i Sunday. Schreiber, honorary chair -
i whole idea was the man of the Jubilee Com-
:hild of Dade County mittee, who spent months
Mayor Barry D. researching the possibilities
Miami
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i
WnalDead Sea Scrolls are housed in a futuristic museum %.
I Museum's Shrine of the Book. Design resembles!
I"/ the clay jar in which the scrolls were found and$
tes Israel on its ;i()th anniversary, accenting the themeu
' "id modern.
Belgrade: The
Client of Decision
pTHER GILLESSEN
*"*' Allgemeine Zeitung
Pdgrade conference on
| reached the stage at
wiMons must he made.
h'; <'hrLstmas recess it
fn increasingly apparent
[ooviel Union is keen not
pwurage criticism of its
r\mr- nly to be ex-
P also to clamp down
m of any kind.
Moscow would like to see no
further mention of human rights
- not even in a catalogue of
principles adopted at Helsinki.
FOR WEEKS the neutral and
non-aligned states have been
trying to make Moscow change
its mind, to no avail. The neutrals
have had no joy with their
counter-draft.
So the conference has now
Continued on Page 3-A
of such a celebration, even
taking a trip to Israel. He
named Miami Warehouse
executive and civic leader
Morris Futernick and his
wife, Mikki, as co-chairmen
of the newly-formed Israel
Jubilee Committee.
THEY announced that Am-
bassador Sinuha Dinitz, Israel's
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envoy to the United States, and
Mrs. Dinitz will be the official
hosts for the gala and plan to
attend the opening Sunday cele-
brations unless the current
Mideast situation prevents it."
Leon M. Firtel serves as at-
torney to the committee, and
(iary Warren Dix was appointed
committee accountant.
Carol Ann Classman, budget
analyst with Metropolitan Dade
County's budget office, who rep-
resents Metro, one of the spon-
sors of the Israel Jubilee, serves
as Jubilee Committee secretary.
Jubilee committees and their
chairmen are gala dinner-dance.
Marcy Lefton. Miami Beach
community leader who was chair
man of the successful Israel Expo
in 1975; parade. Yirgilio Perez,
with Marvin Lieberman.
Continued on Page 8-A
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Ceasefire in Lebanon
Hot Talk Between
Carter and Begin
WASHINGTON
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin and President Carter
met here Tuesday and
Wednesday for what were
later described as "tough
talks."
Begin arrived in New
York on Sunday accom-
panied by Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan and
acknowledged that the Se-
curity Council had just
voted that Israel promptly
leave Southern Lebanon in
preparation for a United
Nations security force that
would take over to patrol
the area.
THE SECURITY Council had
rushed the resolution through,
with United States pressure
behind the scenes presumably
arising from President Carter's
determination that the Israeli
withdrawal be an accomplished
fact prior to his meeting with
Begin,
It was reported here that
Carter did not want his dis-
cussions with Begin to include
alternative Israeli suggestions on
Southern Lebanon but rather
that they focus on a general move
to implement the peace initiative
launched by Egypt's President
Sadat all this hinging on
Carter's growing pressure that
Israel adhere to UN Res. 242
and withdraw to the pre-1967
lines with but minor border
rectifications.
In response to the hurried
American search for a Southern
Lebanese buffer zone, Israel's
Ambassador to the UN Chaim
Herzog declared that his country
is "prepared to begin discussions
to achieve appropriate arrange-
ments for the return of the area
Continued on Page 10-A
ISRAEL SCENE
It Was All a Mistake,
Says PLO Terrorist
TEL AVIV It was all "a mistake." This was the opinion
of Hussein Ibrahim Mohammed Fay ad in an unusual meeting
with the press last weekend.
The 18-year-old Fayad was one of the surviving members
of the Palestine Liberation Organization terrorist body that
attacked and killed 34 persons on a highway north of Tel Aviv.
THE INTENTION of the group, he said was to take
hostages in a large building in Tel Aviv and negotiate the
Continued on Page 6-A
iSssss'
.
Did Israel Violate Agreement?
WASHINGTON Two
Republican congressmen,
Reps. Charles Whalen, Jr.
of Ohio, and Paul Findley,
of Illinois, have raised a
question about the
AMERICAN SCENE
"legality" of Israel's action
in Southern Lebanon.
Both members of the
International Relations
Committee, they wrote in a
Continued on Page 10-A


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The principle of freedom as a basic
human right had a beginning.lt was
established more than 4000 years ago
at the dawn of recorded history.
It's reaffirmation is found in
the story of Noah.
In Genesis X.6,a statement is
written that reveals humanity's
destiny is to be free.
"In the image of God made He
man."
God is inf inite.unlimited.God
cannot be oppressed.To create Man in
that image proclaims freedom as a
God-given right belonging to humanity
for all time to come.
The rabbis and sages of Israel
amplified this great declaration into a
code of Morality that has been at the
core of Jewish values throughout his-
tory.lt asserts the native dignity of
each individual irrespective of race,
creed.color and sex.And it declares
freedom an inalienable human right.
The Sabbath i Day of Freedom i ,in
one of its many themes.is a continuing
expression of Jewish dedication to the
cause of human freedom. For centuries,
the Sabbath has been a weekly-recurring
protest against slavery and oppression;
a timeless reaffirmation of faith that
has sustained Jews as a free people
throughout history.
As Jews raise their wine cups to
recite the Kiddush prayer that wel-
comes in this most important day in
Jewish life,they evoke their ancient
tradition of freedom and declare tyr-
anny a deadly sin against the very
universe.
Today,as the struggle for freedom
is being waged in many places around
the world.the importance of the Sab-
bath grows as an evocation of a 4000
year old tradition of freedom,dignity
and justice.Divinely ordained as eter-
nal principles for all mankind to follow.
The character and destiny of the
Jewish people were forged upon this
ideal.
It is the bedrock of democratic
thought and philosophy.lt was inspira-
tion for Thomas Jeff erson as he wrote
the Declaration of Independence 40
centuries later.It was a moral and spir-
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this nation's founders when thev estab-
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Page 3-A
(Cartoon: Pepsch Gottscheber/Hannoversche Allgemeine)
Agrade: Moment of Decision
Continued from Page 1-A
leached the point at which par-
Iripants must decide what to do
fbout the procedural provision
at the Belgraci- gathering "will
jnd with the approval of the final
..ument ami the stipulation of
lie time and place of the next.
limilargathering "
No one oumtrv can be
wielded by individual Soviet
leaders.
The Soviet objections at
Melgrade seem to be strategic
rather than tactical. Hut they are
definitely put in forthright terms
Moscow is even dispensing
with prior consultation with its
allies, which has so disappointed
them that even the line-toeing
FROM HELSINKI TO BELGRADE
jierruled. since decisions must
eunanimous \n attempt could.
f course, be made to sit it out.
lit the prospects are um bright.
Jooner or later this would prove
nnerwng. U hat then".'
[THE WEST and the neutrals
pusi think firsl ol the future of
p Helsinki accords The con*
I t up to monitor human
fchts in Eastern Kurope need
e accords e redentials.
[Helsinki lei ites them in
keir dealings with their own
Igimes, in or reinter-
retation ol thi i a ol the 1976
ordscan Ix ; \\ ted
| Mtls-inki must remain a
judard ol iman rights in
J"roPe Th< rnaj not be
We to raise ii i the lore, hut on
account imi .1 either super-
ior abandon it
IJHEWEST stands repeatedly
Fjwed of lacking an ideology"
pwhichtoci ifronl the Soviet
POft \r. idi y U may not
ve. but it does have an idea.
LjeMea is of dignity and value
F* mdividu il, independent of
fner Inaividuals, groups.
Pw. species or states.
[The Soviet Union's behavior fa
^grade is not clear-cut. Dip-
ta are siftiK the evidence to
" whether or not Moscow's
a at the conference table is
P*V tactical.
ASSUMING it to be tactical.
"e Jam aim would be to scale
wn the concessions it may have
makeon human rights. Hit is
ikfin^1r-lhl,n!h'-'sviet refusal
petuutely appl,,, l() aI, attempts
to*t this part of the ac-
The Soviet Union would then
(il)H leaden seem upset
The West could, if it wished,
submit its own draft final docu-
ment reflecting in a balanced
manner the outcome ot the
Belgrade talks
IF THIS were to be rejected b3
the Soviet Union it would not
only have shared the fate ol the
draft submitted by the neutral
countries the entire position
would then be clear-cut
The West would at least have
maintained its ground, but the
onlj outcome would he a propo--.il
to limit the tinal document to a
minimum, staling merely that
talks had been held in 1977 and
1978 and a further session was to
be convened in Madrid in 1980.
A final document as envisaged
by the Soviet Union would be
even less satisfactory. It would
make no mention of human rights
or the free flow of information.
but include snippets agreed on in
Belgrade.
IT WOULD itemize certain
formulas on economic
cooperation, provide for closer
observation of military
maneuvers, mention the problem
of migrant workers and deal with
environmental conservation.
peaceful arbitration of disagree-
ments and cooperation in the
Mediterranean.
This catalogue includes a
number ol issues on which in-
dividual Western, neutral and
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Pall on Gala Plans
As Greater Miami prepares its 30th anniversary
celebration of the State of Israel, events in the Middle
East cast a pall on plans to make the celebration one of the
most star-studded galas in the community's history.
Prime Minister Menachem Begins meeting with
President Carter this week came on the heels of a U.S.'
engineered resolution in the United Nations to drive Israel
out of Southern Lebanon without any effective machinery-
established to prevent the Palestine Liberation
Organization from returning to the area to launch new
terrorist attacks against Israel and its citizens.
What emerged was this: The many Israeli victims of
PLO terror amount to not a hill of beans; Israel's action to
rout the sources of terrorist activity is a violation of Leba-
non's sovereignty.
What emerged was this: Lebanon is neither capable,
nor cares, nor does anything about restricting PLO ac-
tivity in its country but the PLO activity is not. ap-
parently, a violation of Lebanon's sovereignty.
What emerged was this: President Carter's furious
determination to put an end to Israel's own sovereignty as
she sees it and to hammer that sovereignty into a crippled
image of herself as Egypt and the rest of the Arab world
sees it.
Spirits Not Dampened
This is all disquieting, to say the least. Certainly.
President Carter's position is deeply disappointing to the
Jewish community across America, which supported his
presidency so ardently.
Still, our own community's spirits are not dampened
vis-a-vis Israel's 30th anniversary, the celebration of
which we note especially in Section C and D of this week's
edition of The Jewish Floridian.
The glamorous plans for the eight-day Israel Jubilee
open officially Sunday evening. Sponsored jointly by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Dade County and the
City of Miami Beach, the Jubilee will highlight the
historical and cultural background of South Florida's
Jewish community, in addition to commemorating the
30th anniversary event.
To Triumph and Prevail
The anniversary celebration seems to be in keeping
with Israeli history generally. In the midst of agony, there
is triumph. In the midst of travail, there is forbearance. In
the midst of life, there is the determination to prevail.
A host of Israeli performers, artists and local com-
munity leaders will help shape this perspective as the
week's events unfold to point to 30 years of Israel's
existence.
This anniversary in itself, perhaps more than any
other, points to the Israeli triumph, which emerged out of
the ashes of the Holocaust.
Those who attend the gala's various events will sense
that spirit of triumph that spirit that not even the
hostility of the world and today even Israel's presumable
ally, the United States, can dampen.
Tribute to Dr. Lehman
Temple Emanu-El's celebration of Dr. Irving
Lehrman's unprecedented leadership to the Temple, the
South Florida community and the State of Israel is one
which all of genuinely salute.
The celebration Saturday night will mark 35 years of
Dr. Lehrman's indefatigable contributions in all these
areas of Jewish endeavor.
To list all of Dr. Lehrman's affiliations and activities
would be short of impossible they are that manifold. In
addition, such a listing would not possibly reflect either on
their distinction or the dedicated way in which he fulfills
them.
One can note that he is chairman of the board of
governors of Israel Bonds here, or that for two years he
was general chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
One could also mention Bar-Ilan University, Hebrew
University, Tel Aviv University, the Technion, Brandeis
University, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the
Jewish National Fund .
What would these things say of Dr. Lehrman the
man?
It is sufficient to say that he is a principal in each of
them, that his endeavor in behalf of the Jewish people
leaves him time for almost nothing else. The Jewish people
are his cause; they are his life.
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The New Mideast Messiah
ANWAR SADAT is joining
the select group of political schi-
zophrenics who rewrite history to
suit themselves. In this, he has
had excellent personal instruc-
tion from the Kremlin, in more
recent years; from the Third
Reich, where his sympathies lay
during World War II; now even,
from President Carter
His trip to Jerusalem last No-
vember may well have been the
crowning achievement of his ca-
reer in literary bowdlerism.
ALONG WITH everyone else.
1 was taken in back in November.
Even if it was not for humanitar-
iHiiiiimiiiiiiiii
unite
Leo
Mindlin
s
L
ian reasons. I saw Sadat as ,
uinely desiring peace The su*
could not be mistaken Hew
economically and mi|itaHH
bankrupt, and political exneZj
cy dictated that he takeVhSl
step to sever himself from And
showcase diplomacy
After all. he was as fearful of)
the Palestine Liberation Orunl
ization as King Hussein rurns^f
who had liquidated the PLO iril
his own kingdom in a 1971 bloJu
bath.
Only Libya's Qaddafi to J
west posed any real threat to him!
in the event of an Egyptian pe*J
overture toward Israel, and J
several days of military acul
prior to his Jerusalem effort Si I
dat plastered Qaddafis forcesJ
land and in the air just todemot-l
strate that he could handle thenl
if he had to.
THE REASONING was prjl
feet my own and everyonel
else's. What all of us failed toI
reckon with was Sadat's past,!
which showed his deep-seatedj
hostility toward Israel as a fact I
that not even his political and I
military bankruptcy could miti-l
gate. And that he was really pre-1
paring the final chapter to his I
new history of the Middle East|
agony.
When the Jerusalem trip took |
place. Jews inside and outside o
Israel went ga-ga. Sadat had setl
all of us up but real good. Ill
was a new Blitzkrieg, Egyptian |
style.
That gesture of his instantly |
established him in the eyes of a
oil-hungry world as the new Mid-
dle East messiah. After it. nothl
ing he did could be interpreted as I
less than divinely inspired, nor
could a single exception to his |
position on any outstanding pan-
Arab issue be taken by Israeli
Continued on Page 12-A
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On Gambling: Looking Back
Friday. March 24. 1978
Volume 51
15 ADAR 2-5738
Number 12
New Jersey's Gov. Brendan
Byrne, commenting recently on
mob influence in his state, sadly
revealed that he was "pessimistic
about how long everything
takes." This is the impatience of
youth speaking of frustration,
because a decade of his crusading
against such influence appears to
have accomplished little, if any-
thing.
Those of us of more advanced
age would seem to have more pa-
tience, to be a little more used to
the waiting game. I have a letter
in my files, dated July 13, 1950,
from Virgil Peterson of the Chi-
cago Crime Commission, follow-
ing his appearance before the Ke-
fauver Committee, in which he
named some of New Jersey's or-
ganized crime leaders.
AMONG THEM (Longie
Zwillman, Willie Moretti, Joe
Adonis, Vito Genovese. etc.) were
Jerry Catena and Angelo Bruno,
who still grace us by their pres-
ence today, most of the others
having gone to the just rewards
which awaited them in the here-
after.
In a later letter to the famed
FBI crime-buster, I described
Catena as "another lieutenant of
Willie Moretti, and also quite
close to Longie Zwillman." There
was little doubt some three dec-
ades ago that, if he survived, Ca-
tena was marked for success as
we know it today.
The current ferment about
possible mob control as Atlantic
City, N.J. prepares for legalized
casino gambling, could make a
less mature ex-investigative re-
porter-crusader cynical having
heard, if not written the same
story just about 40 years ago.
JUST BEFORE I went off on a
crusade to win the war. I had
joined with the Ministerial Asso-
ciation of Greater Paterson, N.J.
to precipitate a grand jury inves-
tigation of gambling there in
1941.
Confessing itself (actual lan-
guage) "Babes in the Woods."
surrounded as it were by a gamb-
ling joint on every street corner,
the strongest portion of a pre-
sentment (no indictments) dealt
with the social dangers of ram-
pang bingo games. Sounds famil-
iar, doesn't it?
When I returned from those
wars and began my own weekly
newspaper, I was no longer so
naive as to believe that ministers
and other good citizens could
stand the pressures to really sti-
fle gambling.
As Walter Lippmann com-
mented following the famous
1931 report (Wickersham) on
Law Observance, The high level
of lawlessness is maintained by
the fact that Americans desire to
do so many things which they al-
so desire to prohibit."
PROBABLY THE most tel-
ling piece on the obvious ambiv-
alence of the report was a poem in
Franklin P. Adams' (FPA) col-
umn in the New York World, of
blessed memory:
Prohibition is an awful flop.
"We like it. F
It can't stop what it's meant to
stop.
We like it.
It's left a trail of graft and
slime.
It don't prohibit worth a dime.
It's filled our land with i ice and
crime.
Nevertheless, we like it.
Historian Daniel J Boorstin
says, "The remarkable rise of or-
ganized crime in the 20th century
(is) only another episode in the
saga of restless new Americans
reaching for opportunities to en-
large their fortunes and rise in
the world."
OVER A sumptuous lunch in
the mob's private restaurant.
Duke's, in Fort Lee. N.J., Willie
Moretti once told me that he was
no worse than the now-respect
able "Robber Barons" of the late
1800s and that his offspring, one
the American distributor of a fa-
mous brand Scotch, another in
medical school, would be accept-
xl in the straight world
(Several interviews like that
with other newsmen led to nil-
lie's sudden death not long alter.
the fear being that his braini hw
gone awry and could have led ms
tongue even further astray)
Thus, according to Boorstein.
"American gangsters, who only
recently had arrived as down-
trodden peasants, became n
businessmen and mayor-mat-
ers."
AS ADAM Smith wrote in JJj
Money Game: "It is P"*01
ethos of this country that yu
ought to be rich. ... A man *
break most of the Command
ments with impunity but. pre"
let him not go bust, that wjUP
him ostracized faster than >'"
fudging on his income w
cheating, adultery-, and covetm*
all the oxes and asses there are.
Gangster, by the way, a*
word originally used to descru*
politicians in the late 1800s who
formed gangs and only
pinned on other criminals arou.
1925. according to \exK0g"
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PC Gears for Holocaust' Series
By MORTON JGABA
tt-hat promises to be one of the
E?"!Lcrimes the world has
fen Allows the lives of
conscience as did the epoch TV
production of Roots.
JEWISH and Christian
national agencies, as well as the
National Broadcasting Company
itself, are taking full advantage
of this profoundly moving event
by utilizing the education oppor-
tunities inherent in the
production.
NBC-TV. which considers this
AMERICAN SCENE
Ln Jewish families, one German
land one Nazi, through the ten-
Lar period follow ir-K 1935 It 18 a
Cnsitive drama of the effect of
ltne Holocaust on individual
Ihuman li\ i -
Millions will watch this nine-
|hour dramatic production and
Iparticipate m massive edu-
Lational experiences undertaken
by Christian and Jewish leader-
ship groups throughout the
rountty It may well be that
Ho/ocflusf will have the same
brofound impact on the American
aeriefl U) be their most im-
portant project for 1978," is not
only making special promotional
efforts, but is developing edu-
cational programs to stimulate
follow-up activities. In
cooperation with the American
Jewish Committee, and with the
endorsement of the National
Kducation Association, it is
preparing a discussion guide for
school use. which it is supplying
without charge to public schools
throughout the country.
This holocaust" discussion
Jewish Publisher is Being
Sued By
U.S. Nazis
guide will not only relate to the
film series itself but will raise
such questions about the Holo-
caust as. How did Nazism
happen? Who was responsible for
the Holocaust and who complied?
What was the Jewish active and
passive resistance? What hap-
pened to the surviving remnants
and their exodus to Israel? What
are the lessons to be learned from
the Holocaust?"
IN CONJUNCTION with the
National Conference of Catholic
Bishops and in cooperation with
the American Jewish Committee,
the National Council of Churches
is preparing a tour-page inter
religious study guide for use by
churches throughout the country
and it is planned to distribute
WO.OOO copies of this guide
directly to Catholic and Protes-
tant ministers and lay church
leaders
In addition, the Ant i-Def-
amation League of M'nai M'rith is
preparing a 16-page, tabloid-size.
Newspaper, entitled The Record:
Holocaust in History. 1933-1945,
which is designed to serve as a
national basis for classroom and
educational discussion, not only
relating to the series, itself, but
for the continuing study of the
Holocaust.
Within the Jewish community,
15 national agencies are cooper-
ating in preparing an educational
packet entitled Holocaust Pro-
liram Puckage, which as they
say. is designed to transform
this TV special into a multi-
media' educational tool for use in
formal and informal Jewish edu-
cational settings." This kit will
contain study guides for grade
school children, teen-agers,
college youths, adults and the
family.
This family viewing guide
should be particularly useful to
parents who must decide whether
or not their children should be
allowed to stay up to watch the
program and then help the
parents interpret the often
horrendous subject matter to
their children.
THE NATIONAL Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council announcement of this
program put it well when they
said. "Wouldn't it be fantastic to
have a multi-million dollar nine-
hour dramatic presentation on
nationwide television during
prime time to coincide with the
anniversary ol the Warsaw
(ihetto Uprising and Yom
Hashoah (Martvrs Remembrance
Day I.
This would have been regarded
as totally unrealistic and. yet,
they added. Here is the oppor-
tunity for just such a program."
The approach that is being
taken by responsible community
relations agencies, both Jewish
and Christian, indicates that this
unique opportunity will not be
lost.
EXTRA! EXTRA! Israel has
25 daily newspapers. They're
published in so many lan-
guages, there's something for
almost everyone Hebrew.
Arabic. English. Yiddish. Polish.
Bulgarian. Romanian. French.
German. Russian. Hungarian
Whew'
So when you visit Israel, you
can keep up with current events
in nearly a dozen languages
Reading: a national pas-
time. Besides newspapers,
some 2000 books are published
each year Israelis are such avid
readers, they keep 80 book pub-
lishers busy And the big cities
seem to have bookstores on
every block Just think, it all
started with Aleph-Bais
No place on earth is like Is-
rael Take a TWA Getaway Is-
rael holiday. You'll love it
TWA
SAN FRANCISCO UTA)
- Geoffrey Fisher, managing
editor of the San Francisco Jew-
\ish Bulletin, said he had been
served with a notice of a suit for
damans totalling *'JS million
filed in Federal District Court by
|the local National Socialist White
People's I'artv
Fisher said the -nit grew out of
the destruction last April of a
Rudolph H [by the Nazi I'artv opposite a syn-
agogue The building in which
the store was opened is ovv ned by
I Jew, Nathan Green, who said
he had not known at the time
that the renters were Nazis who
intended to open a Nazi
[bookstore.
. FISHER TOLD the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he was
parged in the suit with
defamation of the Nazi group,
based on editorials he had written
about the party in connection
|*ith the bookstore
He said the Nazis also were
pwng damages from James
Pderman. director of the nor-
TOm California regional office of
'<* Anti-Defamation League of
P.nai rS'rith: and Joel Brooks.
7m?rf the regional American
lewBh Congress office here.
Tbe suit also names Mayor
neorge Moscone: Diane Fein-
, "'a member of the board of
"Pervuors of San Francisco city
KS''and J^ph Freitas^
J'T,edlStates Attorney, for
nL T l0 Prolect N^i
ffiand,toProsecute those
"had wrecked the bookstore.
"SHER SAID that the suit
.^he first filed by the local
"SX'u1 any of their fo<*
ifc-^ Weiss, and his
""Cn P?'ned t0 be near
taanuS i, re^hen a crowd dis-
""W't. and became involved.
SorW7 arrested n nus-
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It Was All a Mistake, Says PLO Terrorist
witfi police at a roadblock, where nine ot Fayad's tem, \
comrades were killed. Two had been drowned at sea. st]
1 Continued from Page 1-A
release of five Al Fatah guerrillas now in Israeli jails.
"IF THE demand was not answered, we intended to kill all
the hostages and blow ourselves up.'*
Instead, the 13 terrorists, including one woman, found
themselves lost after their mother ship dropped them off. and
they wandered at sea for two days before they finally landed on
the beach at Maagan Michael some 35 miles north of Tel Aviv.
"I'VE CONCLUDED it was a mistake," he said, butf i
to explain. au'
A native of Khans Yunis in the Gaza Strip hi* f. I
' to Cairo after the 1967 war. where he joined tft
moved
Fatah.
he did
know
'
Dr. Martin Cohn, chief of
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Sleep Disorder Center, hat
been named among the top
nine specialists nationwide in
sleep disorders in the March
issue of "Town and Country"
Magazine.
Janet Reno to Speak
At Brotherhood Meet
Dade State Atty. Janet Reno
will be the featured speaker at the
regular monthly breakfast of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami Sun-
day, March 26 at 10:30 a.m. in
the auditorium of the temple, an-
nounced Aaron Farr, Brother-
hood president.
She will speak on "Objectives
of the State Attorney's Office."
Documents Show
Jews Were Barred
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Newly released documents
about British efforts to pre-
vent Jews from leaving
Europe on the eve of World
War II show that there was
The evidence has been
collated in an article by
Martin Gilbert, the his-
torian and biographer of Sir
Winston Churchill, who
concludes that lack of sym-
pathy towards Jewish
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strong opposition to the in-
flux of Jews not only into
Palestine but throughout
the British Empire in
places as far apart as Bur-
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and the Foreign Office was
a major factor in the ulti-
mate fate of many Euro-
pean Jews.
HIS ARTICLE appears in the
1978 issue of the Zionist Year
Book, published by the Zionist
Federation of Great Britain and
Ireland and edited by Jane
Moonman. and deals with British
policy towards Jewish refugees
between Mav and September.
1939.
The idea of admitting Jews to
various parts of the empire was
supported by Malcolm
MacDonald who. as Colonial Sec-
retary, was architect of the White
Paper Limiting the number of
entry certificates to Palestine in
order to appease the Arabs.
One of the alternative havens
suggested was British Guiana,
where 500 Jewish families would
have been admitted. Objections
were raised first by the Chan-
cellor of the Kxchequer. Sir John
Simon, who said it would be an
unacceptable burden on the
British taxpayer and later by a
Royal Commission on the West
Indies, despite the fact that
British Jewry in the meantime
pledged to finance the settlement
of the 500 refugees.
MacDONALD himself had his
own reservations about the
British Guiana plan, telling a
Cabinet committee that he was
afraid that when the refugee
settlers became British subjects
(i.e. after five years) they would
acquire the right to migrate into
the United Kingdom if they
wished."
Hostility to accepting Jewish
refugees anywhere was voiced by
A.W.G. Randall of the Foreign
Office when commenting on some
300 European Jews whom the
government of Cyprus refused to
admit even on a temporary basis:
It is unthinkable that a miscel-
laneous crowd of Jews could be
admitted to any other part of the
empire,'- he said on June 1, 1939.
Burma and Southern Rhodesia
were two more British posses-
sions considered as possible
sanctuaries.
ALTHOUGH Foreign Office
officials like Sir Alexander
Cadogan (later to be Britain's
representative at the United
Nations) favored opening the
doors, the idea was turned down
at other levels.
Thus, on March 3, 1939, an
India Office official commented
on the Burma proposal: "There is
no possibility of contemplating
large-scale settlement by Euro-
pean refugees in the colonies in
view of the strong objections
which would be felt against such
settlement to the prejudice of the
indigenous races concerned "
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Community
I In Resolutions
I On Jubilee-
I mrahen Clark. Mayor of
l 1 this week expressed
1MT .rf congratulations to
Ir^inv businesses, and
lhe ,onK 0f our community for
IgSablecooperation-tothe
BlsraelJubilee.
| Mavor Hark noted that ^not
I i does this meaningful cele-
ISo serves to emphasize the
1, bond which exists bet-
STlSd and the United
Rates and both nations quest
for peace, freedom and justice.
I CLARK commended the Israel
jubilee Committee for its out-
Isunding effort in bringing a
reflection of the Israel culture to
Dade County
In a separate communication.
I Leonard Haber. Mayor of
I Miami Beach, said in behalf of his
community, on the occasion of
the30th anniversary of Israel. I
|uke great pride in extending
heartiest congratulations to the
citizens of my city for their par-
ticipation in the Israel Jubilee
I festivities."
Haber noted that "The con-
iributions in energy, affection
land support by the people of this
[community, this county, and our
[business leaders assure the
[success of this celebration."
HABER noted that "Not only
(thecreation and survival of Israel
[is miraculous, but its con-
tribution, as a source of in-
[ spiration to the human spirit, is a
[ miracle as well "
He noted that As an example
I of unswerving faith and determ-
lination. the destiny of this
democracy in the Middle East is
I reflective of the aspirations of all
I humanity."
The Mayor concluded: "In our
I country, we are supportive of
I Israel because of our own
struggle for independence and
I the principles of democracy. Our
I own nation was conceived by an
I exodus of people, many of whom
I were the victims of persecution.
I The achievement of freedom has
I not been easy; it never is."
I A METROPOLITAN Dade
I County resolution commends the
I sponsors of this event, the
I government of Dade County, the
I City of Miami Beach and the
I Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
I eration for creating this occasion
I to bring together in joyous cele-
I oration two peoples who, though
I >r apart geographically, "are so
close together spiritually and
I culturally."
pinski Club Celebrates
prim at Ida Fisher
I The Oneg Shabbat of the Da
F P'nski Club will celebrate
runm rnday, March 24 at 7:30
K at the Ida Fisher School Ca-
tena in Miami Beach.
I L Usavin will speak on "Pur-
F> Its Significance Today."
Paul ^Semo!ld- accompanied by
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Published by The Jewish National Fund in Greater Miami
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 353, Miami Beach, Florida 33139. Phone 538-6464

nip1 Tina Tumii o'lnin
...."And Those Who Sow With Tears
Shall Reap With Gladness"....
Jewish National Fund Purim Ball Oversold
Mrs. Moe
(Sadie) Reiffen
Mrs. Emanuel
(Gus) Mentz
Ms. Mimi
Chandeze
An unprecedented crowd is expected at the forthcoming
Jewish National Fund Purim Hall to be held on Sunday, March
26th at 6:30 P.M. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Emanuel
((iusl Mentz, Chairperson for Women for JNF will be crowned
incoming Queen, with Mrs. Moe (Sadie) Reiffen. and Mimi
Chandeze as reigning Princesses for 1978-79.
In making the announcement. Mr. Abraham Grunhut,
President JNF Greater Miami, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Chairman. JNF Foundation, praised the leaders and workers of
the JNF who. throughout the years have manifested a unique
quality of sincere and holy dedication to the holy cause that is
the Jewish National Fund. "Our ancestors teach us that of all
the Mitzvoth. the holiest is Geulat Haaretz Redemption of the
Land', and therefore the institution engaged in the redemption
of the land of Israel is foremost and holy in Jewish hearts," said
Rabbi Lehrman, "and the JNF played such a unique role for the
past 77 years since its inception."
The Jewish National Fund is the Movement of the People
The Jewish National Fund was conceived by Dr. Herman
Zvi Shapiro, a Professor of Mathematics at Heidelberg
University, to be a Fund of the Jewish People from all over the
world, to reclaim, redeem and rebuild the Land of Israel. The
Jewish National Fund was established in 1901 at the 5th Zionist
Congress after much debate and discussion in which Dr.
Theodor Herzl and Dr. Max Nordau led a gallant fight against
great opposition, and won. to establish the Fund as the Peoples'
Fund.
Dr. Herzl reached the conclusion after much dis-
appointment in his pursuit to secure funds for the Zionist
movement from the rich ... and since its inception, the JNF is
the Fund of the masses, and the Fund of the people, and even
today, after 77 years, not much has changed.
The workers and leaders of the Jewish National Fund are
not among the millionaires of Greater Miami. They may not
have much money to give, but they have something that is more
precious than money. They have their Golden Heart, and
although many are advanced in years, and are not in good
health, yet, they labor in the Vineyard of the Fund, and raise
through their efforts the height of attainments and achieve-
ments year by year to make Greater Miami the envy of the
nation, and one of the best cities of the JNF in America.
Every Thursday the workers and leaders meet, discuss the
plans to promote the JNF activities, and rain or shine, hot or
cold, they are there, with much enthusiasm, great love, great
care, and a great heart.
The JNF salutes its leaders, and would like to show them to
the community of Greater Miami, with gratitude.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Lou Aronson
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki
Lester Bigelman
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
Mr. & Mrs. George Brodie
Leon Buda
Harry Feldman
Shmuel Ferehko
Jack A. Filosof
Mayshie Friedberg
Ann Garf inkel
Abraham Grossman
Abraham Grunhut
Sophie Haspel
Meyer Helfinstein
Mr. & Mrs. Peter F. Heller
Joseph Hill
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Horowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Jacobowitz
Herman Kass
Bernard Katz
Rae Kaufman
Rebecca Kaufman
Keve Kessler
Zev W. Kogan
George N.Kotin
Lillian Kronheim
Sam Kusnetz
Al Lefkowitz
Rabbi David Lehrfield
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Moe Levin
Rose Lustig
Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Mentz
Florence Minov
Leo Mindlin
Samuel Mirenberg
Frieda Sack Nirenberg
Sam Pascoe
Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Pincus
Birdie Pomper
Miriam Press
Mr. & Mrs. Moe Reiffen
Isidore Riffkin
Celia Rosenblatt
Ernest Samuels
Abe Savelle
Toby Schachter
Oscar B. Schapiro
Igor Schultz
Leon Schuster
Kathy Sen ware
Oscar Shapiro
Malka Shklair
Bernard Silver
Mr. & Mrs. Joshua Stadlan
Gussie Tabach
Simon Tetenbaum
Freida Tobey
Ida Wessel
Sid Wladaver
Leonard Zilbert
Ann Zuckerman
The Jewish National Fund's Aims and Ideals:
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Fr*fay. March.24
Israel's 30th Anniversary Celebration This Weeken
Continued from Page 1-A
assistant director of the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida, as parade coordinator;
William Stirrup is parade
director; "Shuk," Irving Kaplan:
American-Israel Tracje Lun-
cheon. Robert Russell and Harry
Rich, general co-chairmen, and
Milton Hecker. coordinator.
DADE COUNTY'S greatest
tribute to her Jewish residents
and official commemoration of
Israel's 30th anniversary begins
Sunday when the eight-day
countywide Israel Jubilee is
launched with the opening of an
Israeli Marketplace on the east
Museum Archeologkal display of
some items more than 100,000
years old. Also on display with
them in the east lobby of the
Convention Hall will be 'Israel
Kaleidoscope." a photo display of
persons and places in Israel by
noted Israeli photographer Yosef
Hadar.
In the lobby will be the works
of some of Israel's top artists and
artisans including Moshe Gat.
painter; Rachel Gera, jewelry
designer: Batia Adith. painter;
David Kalderon. ceramist; Bat-
Ami Varsano, creator of jewelry;
Michael Ende, silversmith;
Ariella Shamir, sculptress, and
Yafa Algom, needlepoint artist.
Marcy Lefton
the Israeli
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side of the Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall.
The official opening will come
later Sunday when a ribbon-
cutting ceremony takes place
with top Israeli and local officials
in the reception area of the Omni
International Hotel's Grand
Ballroom.
Israel's most popular stars of
stage and television and her fore-
most artists and artisans will be
featured at the gala dinner-
dance and folk music show
featured at the S50 per plate gala
dinner-dance and folk music show
to be held at Omni at 8 p.m.
Sunday, and later in the week at
the Shuk Hatikvah (Marketplace
of Hope) comprising 25 to 30
booths and forming a replica of
Tel Aviv's Ben Yehuda Street. It
will be open daily except Satur-
day at the Convention Hall.
HIGHLIGHT of the Shuk'
area will be the exhibition of the
State of Israel's official com-
memorative display. "The Strug-
gle for Life." and the Israel
Harmony Lodge
To Install Officers
The B'nai B'rith Harmony
Lodge 2463 is holding its annual
installation of officers at the
Aventura Country Club Sunday,
March 26at noon.
Officiating will be Col. Phil Co-
hen, director of the regional of-
fice. Malcolm Fromberg, pres-
ident of B'nai B'rith District 5,
will be the installing officer. Past
President Jack Chaiken will ten-
der the opening address.
MAYOR WALTER Pesetsky
of North Miami Beach will make
a special presentation of an
award to Harmony Lodge's Man
of the Year.
Dinner, dancing and entertain-
ment will follow.
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ON AN outdoor stage ad-
joining the Shuk area, some of
Israel's top nightclub and tele-
vision stars will perform
throughout the week and will also
do special shows on college cam-
puses in the area. They include
the Pavarim. a male duo of
singers who provide their own
guitar accompaniment: the
Hadarim, an eight-member
troupe of young male and female
folk dancers; Yacov Noy. famous
pantomimist. and
Menta Mastik."
Supremes.
Local performers will be
featured at times when the Israeli
visitors are not scheduled to
perform in the Shuk area.
A highlight of the Israeli
Jubilee in downtown Miami will
be the display on the ground floor
of the Omni complex on the 15th
Street side, in the rear of the
Jordan Marsh store, of one of
four exact replicas of the Dead
Sea Scrolls existing in the world.
The others are in Jerusalem, the
Vatican and Tokyo The replica
to be shown here is permanently
housed in St. Louis. Mo.
THE DEAD SEA Scrolls ex
hibit will be part of the "Shrine of
the Book" exhibit which shows
yor Morris Futernick
Schreiber and
Chocolate the Jerusalem shrine where the
Scrolls are housed. The actual
Scrolls are the oldest known
biblical manuscripts.
Included in the exhibit is a
copy of the Book of Isaiah,
thought to have been written in
the 8th century B.C.E.
Admission to the "Shrine of
the Book" exhibit will be free.
Hours will be Monday through
Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
and Sunday, from noon to 5:30
p.m.
During the entire Israel Jubilee
Week, the University of Miami.
Florida International University
and the North. South and Down-
town campuses of the Miami-
Dade Community College will all
feature special events such as art
Israel.
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folk
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will be presented Wed^eX.
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and parochial schools 0f Dade
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multi-media entertainment
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Lsdav. there will be an Israeli
faFestival at both the Beach
Id Lincoln Theatres on Lincoln
Road Mall. The Lincoln will
feature Nurity, a musical love
story featuring Sassi Keshet as
the male lead and Yona Alian.
There are ten popular songs with
English dubbed in. The show is
continuous from 12 noon to mid-
night.
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The Beach Theatre presents
Israel's famous singer, Yaffa
Yarkony, on the stage and the
popular musical, Kazablan,
starring Topal, on the screen.
There are shows at 3 and 8:30
p.m. daily.
AN IMPORTANT event of the
Jubilee will be the "Mideast
Update" sponsored annually by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, which will be held at 8
p.m., Tuesday. It will feature an
address by noted Mideast scholar
Allan Pollack. Admission is by
invitation only.
Dr. Zvi Dinstein. Israel's Eco-
nomic Minister to North
America, will be the principal
speaker at the American Israel
Trade Luncheon to be held at
noon Thursday at the Konover
Hotel on Miami Beach. It is
sponsored by the Israel Jubilee in
cooperation with the Florida-
Israel Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Dinstein will speak on
"Western Hemisphere Trade
Opportunities with Israel."
Jordan Marsh will present a
Fashion Show of Israeli-made
apparel.
AN INTERNATIONAL Ten-
nis match pitting the Israeli
National Tennis Team against
the University of Miami Varsity
Tennis Team, one of the highest
ranked in the U.S., will be held
Wednesday at 2 p.m. on the UM
Tennis Courts.
A mammoth Israel Jubilee
Parade will be held on Miami
Beach Sunday, Apr. 2, from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. The route will be
Washington Ave., from 10th St.
to 20th St., ending on the north
side of the Convention Center.
The parade will include more
than 100 units with many large
floats, bands and 5,000 marchers.
Following the parade, at 1
area in the east side of the
Beach Convention Hall, "Ir
THE Beach Convention Hall, "Ir
Hanoar," or Youth Fair, opens
with some 50 booths featuring
games of fun and skill in which
persons of all ages can participate
for their amusement. It will
remain open until 6 p.m.
Final event of the Israel
Jubilee will be the "Convocation
of Faith," a countywide ex-
perience to be held starting at
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Flamingo Park Baseball
Diamond, 1435 Michigan Ave.
The program will offer remarks
by clergymen of various faiths,
choir music and a reading of the
psalms.
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Friday, March 24,
Carter, Begin in Hot Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
presently under our control to full
Lebanese sovereignty."
HERZOG was presumably
responding to a plea from Leba-
nese Ambassador Ghassan Tueni
to "let my people live.'' But
Prime Minister Begin, prior to
his departure from Jerusalem and
on his arrival in New York.
lution." Begin said. "But to us,
the main issue is and we are
going to discuss this in Washing-
ton as well how to prevent
those bands which were driven
out of Southern Lebanon from
coming back to those bases so
they can't attack Israel and her
citizens."
He denied that the Lebanese
ISRAEL SCENE
emphasized that Israeli with-
drawal would hinge on an ac-
ceptable plan to prevent the
return of Palestine Liberation
Organization forces in the
Southern Lebanese area
In New York, Begin em-
phasized Israel's "inherent right
of self-defense." He said that
Israel had moved its forces into
Lebanon "to eradicate" bases
from which terrorists "time and
again attack Israel and her
citizens." He also reiterated his
"great many doubts" about the
effectiveness of a peace-keeping
UN force in Lebanon.
"I UNDERSTAND the Secur-
ity Council today adopted a reso-
action "was an act of so-called
retribution or retaliation." He
said it was "an act of self-defense
because those bands (the PLO)
not only carried out that attack
but also promised to continue
with such attacks in the future."
THE MEETING here between
Begin and President Carter
began on a tense note. It was
reliably reported that Carter had
written several harshly-worded
letters to Begin in Jerusalem
demanding that Israel get out of
Lebanon.
Washington's anger is
reported to have been on the
basis that an understanding
between the U.S. and Israel since
1967 existed in which policies
affecting both countries would be
coordinated before Israel opted
for military solutions.
Jerusalem's anger is reported
to have been on the basis of an
understanding that policies
affecting both countries would be
coordinated before either side
turned to the UN for resolutions
of problems because the UN is
inherently anti-Israel.
CARTER'S relentless pressure
to get a UN force organized
before Begins arrival, it is
reported, so angered the Israel
Government, that the decision
late last week to cease fire after
securing its six-mile "security
belt" in Southern Lebanon was
abandoned for renewed military
action that increased the belt to
12 miles, up to the ancient
Mediterranean port of Tyre.
Despite the UN decision. Begin
told Carter that it would be dif-
ficult for Israel to leave Southern
Lebanon until effective arrange-
Carter and Begin: hot words, cool faces
ments had been made to keep the
PLO out.
Still, the talks began with the
Israeli decision Tuesday that it
would accept a ceasefire if the
Palestinian guerrillas also will
stop fighting. Israel also declared
that it would go along with the
UN Security Council resolution
calling for withdrawal.
IN JERUSALEM, Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman an-
nounced that Israel would con-
tinue withdrawing even thowj
Israel has no faith in a UN i
keeping force.
Said Weizman: "The Im
government has absolutely
interest in staying in Southi'
Lebanon. We want to get out i
soon as possible."
What this did was to clearfj
decks for focusing on the I
position on territories,
ments and a Palestinian suk.i
of which involved the tough t
between the two leaders.
Did Israel Violate
Arms Agreement?
Continued from Page 1-A
letter to Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance that portions
of the U.S. Arms Export
Control Act restrict recip-
ients from using weapons
for purposes other than
"internal security" or "le-
gitimate self-defense ar-
rangements."
"IN LIGHT of recent Israeli
raids into Lebanese territory, we
want to know if Israel is in vio-
lation" of congressional inten-
tions, they wrote Vance.
"I was concerned that
American weapons are being
used to kill innocents," Whalen
declared. "I do not condone the
Palestinian terrorist attack in
any way," he said, "but what we
have seen is an invasion and an
occupation, at least so far."
State Department spokesman
Hodding Carter II meanwhile has
called attention to the wording of,
the 1952 Mutual Defense Assis-
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security, its legitimate self-
defense, or to permit it to par-
ticipate in the defense of the area
of which it is a part... It will not
undertake any act of aggression
against any other state."
The State Department,
responding to Whalen and
Findley, promptly launched an
inquiry into the possibility of an
Israeli violation.
Another State Department
spokesman, John Trattner, said
that the Carter Administration is
reviewing the question, and it is
reliably reported that President
Carter raised the question during
his talks here with Prime Min-
ister Menachem Begin.
THE STATE Department
inquiry is generally taking the
position that Israel may have
"taken liberties" with the law.
In light of the wide gulf bet-
ween President Carter and Prime
Minister Begin, there is little
doubt that the violation was
broadly discussed.
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Columnist on Target in Reporting Anti-Semitism atlWY
For More Letters... Page 15-A
^Q^Jhe Jewish Floridian:
u rA Adler s letter (Mar.
"'.acting MindUn'8 col-
;;rSat,n,!KHA: Study
S2 of the important points
columnjaid
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extreme right-wing which is
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JfLwthal lews who are an-
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STwith their worst mm**,
tudini! the KKK. the Nazi
J*l John Bin* ^ciety
the Christian
Defense
v.
eague.
AS BEST as I can tell. Mr.
indlin was sharing information
lected by manv observers at
, Houston IWY Conference.
omen from some of our best
rish organizations returned to
the evidence of signs around
Colosseum of "Kikes for
fen" and (misspelled) "Who
feeds Jews. Dikes, Abortion and
Dmmunism." photographs of
hich also appeared in the special
inference edition of the Hous-
\Da\l\ Breakthrough newspa-
f and "L.A. White Women
ipose IWY Convention, Reds,
ds. Dykes and Kikes."
Also reported was the know-
ge that resolutions were being
pared by anti-KKA forces for
Hesitation on the Conference
r condemning Israel and
uating Zionism with racism, si-
lar to the ones which came out
the IWY conferences held in
nnesota and Colorado, and the
Bst IWY conference in Mexico
.v. It was felt that anti-Israel
the ERA (I suppose whatever
strengthens America they are au-
tomatically against).
I find it particularly unfortu-
nate that Orthodox .Jews oppose
the KRA, since its passage would
not affect their traditional female
subjugation in any way (even the
possible bugaboo of the draft rea-
dily permits religious exemp-
tions), and the economic legal
equality it will ensure can only
benefit them as it would all
men and women.
It is indeed true that the far
right, as Mr. Adler says, is only
"using the ERA" for their
own purposes one of which is
to destroy Jews. Even their op-
position to the Amendment is a
dishonesty. We can only be
grateful to reporters like Mindlin
for helping to alert Jews to this
new threat.
ONE LAST word: At the mo-
ment, American women have no
Constitutional right except the
OUR
ReaoeRs
wRite
/., i lh\ Words Be Brief
/\n',i U th lEcclesiasteal
One of the many (misspelled) signs at the Houston IWY Conference.
right to vote. At the moment,
American women live under a
Constitution which says, in ef-
fect, that equality of rights under
the law shall be denied or
iction was blunted by the Be- abridged on account of sex. The
.Sadat meeting that weekend. KRA would simply say that they
shall not be denied or abridged.
It is a pure civil rights issue.
How could anyone with any con-
science especially Jews op-
pose it?
ROSEANNA SACHER
Miami Beach
The fact that Mr. Adler saw no
ntionof this in "mass media"
"any respected publication"
ght tell him how notoriously
d coverage has been in the local
ess particularly. It is. inciden-
ly, insulting to The Jewish
ridian. as well as to columnist
indlin. to assume that they are
iccurate and not 'respected."
worse, because they appear to
the sole local source of this in-
ation. Reason would dictate
t it is the "mas- media" who
wanting in this not them.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
1 read the articles in The
Jewish Floridian. They are in
keeping with what I have been
preaching on my own and as a
member of the ADI. speakers
bureau since the Six Day War.
ADLER IS totally irresponsi- The horrendous Holocaust and
"in other points His worry" our traditional rights in the Mid-
dle East are valid arguments, but
they are getting to mean nothing
to the rest of the world
I have heard comments from
our non-Jewish friends as to
pro-Kit A forces would pre-
nt and pass ,ln anti-Zionism
oration" is his own nonsense;
ERA forces find such a no-
repugnant The Communist
'>' is on record as opposing
"milking the Holocaust to
death." It has become an exercise
in negativism asking for sym-
pathy and understanding.
MY APPROACH is a factual
and positive one. I don't claim
that Israel went to war in June of
1967 for the United States of
America. However, if Israel did
not prevail against that Russian-
armed and Russian-directed at-
tack, our country would have
been faced with the dilemma of
entering into a direct confronta-
tion with Russia over the area, or
meekly to succumb to the second-
rate status of a Britain. France or
an Italy there.
With 70 percent of the world's
oil under Russian control, they
could have controlled the econo-
my of the world. With long-de-
sired warm-water ports in the
Persian Gulf. Mediterranean, and
Indian Oceans they would have
doubled their naval might. They
would have been the predominant
economic and military power 11
years ago.
I have also researched and doc-
umented the periods of the 1967
and 1973 attacks. You, please, do
the same. In June of 1967 the
morale of our country was at its
lowest ebb. We were deeply in-
volved in Vietnam, having suf-
fered our greatest defeat at the
let offensive.
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was disrupted over Vietnam, and
so was the press. Our national
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LEO MI^DLLV
The New Mideast Messiah
Continued from Page 4-A
that would not support his view
of Israel as essentially "intran-
sigent."
EVEN JEWISH journalists
tripped over one another's heels.
Jewish leaders and rabbis, to
trade words of wisdom with Sa-
dat that cast him in the role of
omniscience and forbearing let
alone the regular press that
adapted Sadat's editorial in-
transigent" terminology to its
customary anti-Israel persiflage.
Increasingly, as we gave Sadat
more and more center stage, more
and more spotlight. Sadat gave
himself more and more airs.
It was he. Sadat said, who as-
sessed Yitzhak Rabin as being
too weak and therefore incapable
of being approached on the holy
mission ot peace he began to
plan as early as 1971.
IT WAS HE. Sadat said, who
assessed Menachem Begin as
strong enough and therefore cap-
able of being approached on that
holy mission'' of peace.
Strong enough for what?
Strong enough. Sadat said, to
turn Israel away from its classic
role of invader, occupier and pre-
dator on Arab refugee misery.
Applause.
And now it was he. Sadat said,
who must sadly report that Begin
had tricked him that Begin, in
telling him that Israel didn't need
Egypt's munificent concession.
Egypt's recognition of Israels
right to exist as a nation, was in
reality as arrogant as Rabin had
been, or indeed any other Israeli
leader before him. Applause
again.
SUCH BULL, particularly the
confusion of weakness with arro-
gance, but who cares?, since it
could be hidden in a gesture of
having been wounded by typical
Zionist bad faith if anyone in fact
saw the confusion.
Such bull and all of it re-
ported so breathlessly by the
press, including the Jewish press.
And we ate it up. We ate up the
Sadat messianic mottage until it
came out of our ears.
The inevitable result was that
Sadat, as I wrote here already
late in January, had begin to
raise the ante for peace.
THE ECONOMIC and mili-
tary bankruptcy that dictated
his trip to Jerusalem in the first
place had suddenly become a cru-
sade to rid Palestine of Israeli in-
fidel control amusing from
someone who practices the reli-
gious tenets of Islam, this phase
of his rewrite of history, but very
effective because it thereupon
corraled the general jingoistic
press into calling the trip Sadat's
sacred mission" as a common
item of its commonly conceived
journalistic nomenclature.
Furthermore, the fear Sadat
too felt of the Palestinians sud-
denly disappeared in his ganged
demands that Israel submit to
various gestures of Palestinian
recognition. Not only was he no
longer running contrary to gener-
al Arab diplomacy; now. Sadat
had become its spokesman.
For those who may think this
assessment too quick and too
strong, a perusal of excerpts of
Sadat's autobiography to be
published in the United States by-
Harper and Row next month tells
the whole story.
THE EXCERPTS, which ap-
pear in the Mar. 20 edition of
Time Magazine, demonstrate the
less than subtle way in which Sa-
dat has rewritten the history
leading up to his Jerusalem jour-
ney, including the Yom Kippur
War he says he won. a claim
which astonishes even so coy and
petrodiplomatic a publication as
Time into commenting wryly
that "many historians would ar-
gue otherwise."
.MPC = '-- --., ^'.iOB'im AiEN-E yppa-s \ ; 5; Pa
Wryly or not. Time has pub-
lished the excerpts anyway.
What if they are gross distor-
tions? Sadat since November is
sacred stuff.
Perhaps the greatest boost to
Sadat's rewriting chores these
days is President Carter, wide-
eyed, do-gooder Jimmy, whose
knowledge of Jews. Zionism and
the Middle East is about as com-
prehensive as any of the peanuts
he raises.
THE OTHER day. Arthur
Schlesinger Jr. said of the Pres-
ident that "Jimmy Carter ought
to keep his mouth shut on the
Mideast. Every time he opens it.
he makes it worse. Carter's really
a Republican with an engineering
cast of mind. The last P^
we had like that wa
Hoover. Of course v;,v
work he might bee" h"
Dwight Eisenhower" me
If this is excessively bitteri
Carter deserves it. ThecJSk-S
he has given Anwar S^
write of historv alrSdv^-f
the kind of violence totK?
East that bred the sprH
fighting in Lebanon follow
PLO attack on Israel "gtl
The price of the big |j. .,
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end. it will surely break him

Begin Meets With
Dr. K. in Gotham
WASHINGTON Prior to
his arrival here. Prime Minister
Menachem Begin spent Monday
morning in New York, where he
met with former Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger and U.S.
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz. as
well as with UN Ambassador
Chaim Herzog.
Declared Herzog: "The first
steps were taken this morning"
to implement the UN peace-
keeping resolution. But Herzog
doubted its outcome.
"IT ALL depends on the in-
structions given those UN
troops. If they are told
specifically instructed to
prevent the return of the ter-
rorists to the area ... it would be
possible to prevent the recurrence
of events that brought about the
Israeli move into Lebanon.
The key," said Herzog. "is
will the Force have the muscle or
not."
Meanwhile, in Havana. Cuba
charged that Israel's attack con-
stituted "genocidal aggression"
against the Lebanese people,
according to a broadcast
monitored in Miami
AND IN Jerusalem.
evening daily. Ma'ariv, not
that "If anyone expects If
troops to lift a finger to prevq
tne regrouping ot guerrillas |
mount attacks on Israel,
expectations are greater thank
understanding."
Yediot Ahronot wonda
whether the UN force wasn't'
theatrical army utterly
capable of dealing with the PLOl
And said Prof. ItamJ
Rabinovich of Tel Aviv U{
vanity, "the Lebanese sol
might turn out to be M-nJ
troops wearing Lebanese uJ
forms. It would be unthinkabl
and unacceptable that such (L'N
units might take up positioB]
along Israel's northern border.
HE CITED two funnel
reasons for Israel's possiblj
refusal to accede:
Israel's commitment to thl
Lebanese Christian n>mmunitie|
that have also suffered at
hands of the revolutionary PLfl
and the price paid in Israel
casualties to clear the area
terrorists
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JERUSALEM Hours
before the Security Council reso-
lution demanding Israel's with-
drawal, Israeli infantry and tank
units moved across Southern
Lebanon from Mount Hermon to
the Mediterranean, bringing
them to within a mile of the
Litani River, the so-called "red
Line" that Syrian troops do not
cross.
Syrian troops remain north of
the river, presumably to keep
Moslem and Christian forces
from engaging in battle as they
did for some 18 months prior to
the Syrian arrival in Lebanon
some eight months ago as a
peacekeeping force.
BY SUNDAY night, when
Israel Prime Minister Begin and
Foreign Minister Dayan arrived
in New York, Israeli units had
extended their six-mile "security
belt" to roughly 12 miles.
"We are not talking anymore
about a security belt," Israel
Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Mordechai
Gur said on Kol Yisrael. He
explained that what Israel
wanted was a political agreement
that would prevent Palestine
Liberation Organization
guerrillas from returning to the
area.
BUT BY the time Begin
arrived in Washington for his
talks with President Carter,
Israel acknowledged its decision
to act according to the UN reso-
lution that will send five 600-man
UN battalions and 1,000 logistics
personnel to Southern Lebanon
for a six-month term with an
option to extend.
By midweek. UN Secretary
General Kurt Waldheim was still
acknowledging that "a number of
basic prerequisites have not been
clarified.'' including "the
modalities of the withdrawal of
Israeli forces."
Earlier, less than 48 hours after
Prime Minister Begin told a
somber Knesset that Israel will
root out the "'evil hand" that
struck in Israel Mar. 11 and mas-
sacred 32 Israeli men. women and
children. Israel launched a
massive land, air and sea strike
against terrorist strongholds in
Southern Lebanon.
By the time the strike ended
late Mar. 15. some 18 hours after
it had begun. Israel was in
control of a 100-kilometer
security belt along the Lebanese
border of an average depth of 10
kilometers.
The security belt, which is
intended to eliminate once and
for all the terrorist bases frorr.
which repeated incursions
How UN Voting Went
UNITED NATIONS Here is how the voting went
Sunday for the U.S. resolution demanding Israel's withdrawal
from Lebanon:
For United States, Canada, Britain, France. West
Germany. Gabon, Mauritius. Nigeria. India, Kuwait. Bolivia
and Venezuela.
Abstaining The Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia.
The Soviet abstention was on the basis that the resolution
failed to condemn "the aggressive action of Israel."
China failed to vote entirely. China routinely avoids voting
for international peace-keeping forces.

against Israel have been laun-
ched, extended from Ras Nikura
on the Mediterranean coast to the
slopes of Mt. Hermon on the
eastern extremity of the border
which overlooks "Fatah land."
long a region of terrorist control.
DURING the day-long oper-
ations against the terrorist bases.
Israeli forces took a number of
villages, including Maroun A-
Ras, a strategic village about a
mile from the Israeli border
which was captured by Pales-
tinian terrorists from Lebanese
Christians two weeks earlier.
The Israeli Air Force attacked
the port of Tyre, a major
maritime terrorist base, and
Ouzai. another maritime terrorist
training base south of Beirut.
According to Chief of Staff Gur.
some 100 terrorists were killed in
fighting at close quarters. He
said some 2.000 terrorists were
"usually" present in the border
area. According to official Army
figures. 14 Israeli soldiers were
killed in the battles as of Mar. 17.
and 57 were injured.
Elias Sarkis, president of
Lebanon, said Mar. 14 he has no
control over South Lebanon and I
can confirm that But since
this area is a base for terrorists
going out for murderous
missions, the Israeli government
has instructed the Army to enter
the region and restore order, he
said.
IT WAS apparent from the
outset that both Israel and Syria,
whose peacekeeping force is
deployed in Southern Lebanon.
wished to avoid a confrontation.
Syrian forces, including the
Damascus-sponsored Palestinian
terrorist group Al Saiqa,
remained out of the battle. Syrian
anti-aircraft fire was directed
against Israeli planes attacking
Damour. but the Israeli pilots did
not return the fire. Damascus
radio stuck to a straight account
of the fighting in its news broad-
casts Mar. 15 and stressed that
the Israeli attack was directed at
the Palestinians, not the Syrians
deployed in Lebanon. Damascus
radio refrained from any evalua-
tive comments on the Israeli
action.
Begin said he "expects an
agreement or arrangement as a
result of which the terrorists shall
not return to those places from
which they were ejected"' by the
Israeli Army operation in South
Lebanon.
HE SAID the government had
sent the Army into Lebanon not
to stay there permanently"' but
that Israel would no longer
countenance a situation in which
South Lebanon served as a base
for terrorist attacks
The Prime Minister indicated
thai Israeli forces would stay in
South Lebanon, or at least
exercise control of that area, until
the agreement he mentioned wai
reached Begin did not specify
with which parlies heexpn ted to
reach an agreement The PLO,
obviously, was out of the
question, he said. But he hinted
that Syria was among all the
relevant factors."
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EDITOR. The.Jewish Floridian:
The hypocrisy and double
standard applied by the Arab
states to the problem of the
Palestinian refugees languishing
in camps in Syria, Lebanon,
Jordan, the West Hank and Gaza
Strip comes to the fore each time
when an opportunity arises for
gainful employment in one of the
rich Arab oil states
While ;he Arab world bewails
the misfortunes and sufferings of
the Palestinian Arabs and
demands their return to their
homeland." to what is now
Israel, nothing lias been done for
the past 30 years to resettle them
in the countries where they are
presently located, or in other
Vrab stal
IN FACT, the Palestinians are
discriminated against when there
are jobs available in one of the
Xr.r and preference is
given to citizens of European and
Vsian countries
\ \ ivid example of this polfc) .
the Palestinians
employ mem opportunities, was
rted recently in the press in
connection with a project to clean
up the streets oi Riyadh, the
Saudi \rabia
\n in company was
lured tor this purpose to organize
the sanitation department of the
city For employment as
sanitation workers 2,000 workers
were hired from India at salaries
ol S250 per month, plus free room
and board.
It seems that any Palestinian
living in the refugee camps would
be happy to accept such a salary
instead of the minimal dole he
receives lrom the United Nations
Relief Agency.
AN ARTICLE in The New
York Times of Feb. 13 discussed
the huge project of building an
industrial center in the Saudi
port of Jubail at a cost of $45
million which is incomparable in
magnitude." and which involves
companies from various parts of
the world Some 2,500 Koreans
are already at work in around -
the clock shifts in building
Juhail's industrial port.
There are in Saudi Arabia
already about two million alien
workers of European and Asiatic
nationalities and there is still a
shortage of labor.
It is obvious that Saudi Arabia
lone, which enjoys a yearly in-
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over final plans for the 35th anniversary tribute to Dr.
,- lehrman's service as rabbi of Temple Emanu-El are
left) Dr. and Mrs.
enhaus. all leaders of the congregation.
Lehrman and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
r. Lehrman Tribute Dinner
Set for Saturday Night
|mi.
Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Emanu-Kl of Greater
will be honored by
pie Emanu-Kl and the com-
itv Saturday night. March
it'a tribute dinner and dance
e Diplomat Hotel.
7:30 pm reception will
ede the banquet and dancing.
hich Dr. I.ehrman will be
jred on the 35th anniversary
s assuming the pulpit of
was then known as the
pi Beach Jewish Center.
AMI El. N I riedland. chair-
of the Hoard of Temple
ianu-El. who served as presi-
of the congregation for
It o
many years and helped induce
Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman to move to
Miami Beach, is general chair-
man of the celebration. This
year's dinner and dance will
incorporate the Lehrman Day
School Scholarship Ball.
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chan-
cellor of the .Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, U.S. Sen.
Richard B. Stone, a member of
Temple Emanu-El Board and Dr.
George S. Wise, chancellor of
Israel's Tel Aviv University, will
speak.
Judge Irving Cypen. a Temple
vice president, will serve as
toastmaster.
Prof. Allen Pollack, an
tv on Middle East affairs.
present B comprehensive
Ihoriu
Hen Pollack to Give Middle East
Update Analysis at Temple Israel
World Zionist Organization, the
Board of Governors of the Jewish
Agency in Israel, and the exec-
utive committee of United Jewish
Appeal.
He was educated at Columbia
University. Princeton University
and the University of Stockholm.
Under a Ford Foundation fellow-
ship, he was a visiting fellow nt
the Marx-Fngels-Lenin Institute
of the University of Leningrad.
Aside from publication of his
articles in numerous magazines
and journals, he has taught at
Brooklyn College, the University
of Pittsburgh and Yeshiva
University.
Jewish Family
Theme of Meeting
"Jewish Family Living" will
be the theme of the Wednesday.
April 5 meeting of Beth David
Sisterhood at 10 a.m. at the
South Dade facility, announced
Phyllis Learner, president.
Dr. Ann Ruben, marriage and
family counselor, will be the
guest speaker. She conducts par-
ent education classes for the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation.
Dr. Ruben will speak on "How
to Make Your Spouse Your Best
Friend.'' A short business meet-
ing and lunch will follow. Lucille
Alterman and Fritzi Scherr are
chairpersons of the dav.
Prof. Allen Pollack
|lysis of the current situation
' Middle East Update '78."
day. March 28. at 7:30 p.m.
Temple Israel.
line of the events in the week-
Israel .luhilee." the Middle
It Update is sponsored an-
W'y by the Greater Miami
Ssn Federation's community
It inns committee, and is
red by Helen W'eisberg.
POF. POLLACK, now re-
"K in Israel on an extended
was instrumental in form-
U*f American Professors for
K''in the Middle Fast. He is a
nber of the executive of the
i Rabbi Bidnick
! To Offer Prayer|
8 Rabbi Dov Bidnick, spir-j
:: itual leader of Sky Lake*:
:: Synagogue for the past five:]!;
:: years, will offer the opening::-:
>: prayer in Congress before the ::
:: House of Representatives in3
:: Washington. D.C. on Thurs-x
:: day, April 6 at noon.
jfl Congressman William::-:
IS Lehman of the 13th District g
';?. in Florida arranged the event ::
::) through the office of Chap- ::
:j:J lain Edward G. Latch.
3 The rabbi, his wife Judi &
:: and his parents, Mr. and ::
Mrs. Henry Bidnick, who are ::
v": flying in from New York, will ::
:: be honored at a kosher :%
8 luncheon in the Houses
': members'dining room. ::
eaerauon s Joro<
Before Fascell Committee
WASHINGTON Myron
Brodie, executive vice president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, testified this week
before a House International
Relations Subcommittee chaired
by South Florida Congressman
Dante Fascell in support of in-
creased federal assistance to aid
in the resettlement of Soviet
Jewish refugees in the United
States.
Also testifying were James
Rice, executive vice president of
the Jewish Federation of Metro-
politan Chicago, and Dr. Herbert
Bernstein, executive director of
the New York Association for
New Americans (NYANA).
THE TESTIMONY noted that
since 1972, over 120.000 Jewish
Bar-Ilan University To
Honor Sen. Richard Stone
U.S. Sen. Richard B. Stone
ID., Fla.l will receive an honorary
fellowship from Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity in Israel during the univer-
sity's Presidential Founders Din-
ner April 2 at the Konover Hotel
in Miami Beach.
A 6 p.m. reception will precede
the banquet, announced Harriet
Green, dinner committee chair-
man and a member of the Bar-
Ilan national board of overseers.
Announcement of Sen. Stone's
award was made at a reception in
the Miami Beach home of Dr. and
Mrs Maxwell Dauer by Jane
Stern, national chairman of the
university's board of overseers
and national chairman of the Is-
rael Bonds women's division. Dr.
Dauer is president of the Florida
Friends of Bar-Ilan University.
SEN. STONE will fly here
from Washington. D.C. for the
fellowship presentation, which
will be made by Dr. Emanuel
Rackman. president of Bar-Ilan
University. The senator will fly
to Tallahassee the same night to
address the State Legislature in
the Florida capital.
Also to be honored at the din-
ner will be Samuel Reinhard, of
Miami Beach, who will receive
the Pinchas Churgin Award: and
Ruth Yablick Schaffzin, also of
Miami Beach, who will receive
Importance of Ethics
The Wolfson-Spinoza for En-
lightenment group will present
Bernard Baron, who will speak on
Ethics are Important to Social
Health" at the next meeting.
Thursday. March 29 at 10 a.m. at
Washington Federal Bank. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Arnold Kleiner is chairman.
fob Guarantees & College Degrees
Humanism and an Anachronism
1!> NOR MA ..\. OROVITZ
Lesley ( oUege in Cambridge,
P |s an anachronism. In a
P'y technological era, I^sley
fves a humanistic environ-
F m which to train its stu-
Preachers. And in a flooded
w market. most (95 percent)
m' 1977 graduates found
tion Mx months of grad-
ft" Isadore Hecht passed
"" widow, Florence, reas-
ner philanthropic and ser-
JOu&i An old Hrnith
r- Mikki Ritvo. now Usley
r "students, encouraged
ineSh,!,,|,",1kl *>*>' A.
Rr l'"'1 "TOrPnUor"
C !! r '"> the Hoard of Trus-
KSfH-sht
d* n lior for Cam-
"Pnvate teachers' college.
Til .... 6
NheW caPacity- Mrs.
Islim tn 0ptn house at her
,sla" nearly
along
Florence Hecht
order to introduce Lesley t" the
local public.
Miamians arc not the only ones
to take recent notice ol Lesley In
,i Wall Street Journal feature.
much was made of the school's
national reputation of
granting job guarantees
with the college degree.
And that is unusual. In a na-
tional market where total educa-
tion majors who graduate com-
pete for only half as many job op-
portunities. Lesley College keeps
its placement percentages high
and its doors open. In the 1940s,
there were 150 private teachers'
colleges. Thirty years later, there
are only five.
WHAT IS Lesley's longtime
sec ret of success? The vice pres-
ident for public affairs. Don Milt-
ner, said that the college credits
its core of four year, in-classroom
teacher training and its narrow
scope. "We are not," he said of
the women's college, "all things
toall men '
So, when English and social
studies leathers ^lut the market.
Lesle} gears its graduates to the
Continued on Page 11-B
the Bar-Ilan Medal of Honor.
Sen. Stone, elected to the Se-
nate in 1974 after being elected
Florida Secretary of State, is
chairman of the Senate subcom-
mittee on Near Eastern and
South Asian affairs. He has been
a supporter of Israel in the Con-
gress, particularly in his role as a
member of the Senate Committee
on Foreign Relations.
refugees have emigrated from the
Soviet Union. While the vast
majority of these refugees go to
Israel, 20,000 have come to the
United States.
The costs for resettlement, job
training, education, counseling
and social services have been
funded almost entirely by the
private American-Jewish com-
munity. In 1977, over $20 million
mostly from private con-
tributions was spent to help
resettle 6,800 Soviet refugees in
101 American communities.
Brodie noted that over $1
million was spent from 1974-77 to
resettle the more than 400
Russian refugees in South
Florida. These figures do not
include medical services which
were provided by Mt. Sinai
Hospital for the refugees.
The Fascell subcommittee is
considering legislation requested
by President Carter to provide an
additional $20 million to the U.S.
Refugee Program.
Richard E. Gerstein
Joins Law Firm
Former State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein has joined
the law firm of Sams. Anderson
and Ward. The firm hereafter is
known as Sams. Anderson.
Gerstein and Ward.
Former Ambassador George H. W. Bush, former United States
envoy to the United Nations and head of the CIA, confers the
Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award upon Joseph Stefan,
president and chairman of the Miami National Bank and
Modernage Furniture Company, at a recent dinner of tribute on
behalf of Israel Bonds, at the Omni International Hotel under
the auspices of the Home Furnishings Industry. Participating
in the presentation is Leo Martin (at right) who, with Mrs.
Martin Inot shown) served as chairmen of the Home Furnish-
ings Industry Israel Bonds campaign.
Yitzhak Rabin Addresses
Reality of Mideast Peace
Yitzhak Rabin, former Israel Ambassador to the United
States and former Prime Minister, was to speak on "Peace in
the Middle East: Reality or Fantasy" on Thursday in the Ibis
Cafeteria of the Whitten Student Union at the University of
Miami.
The lecture, co-sponsored by the University Lecture Series
and the Hillel Jewish Student Center, is open to the public
without charge.
RABIN WAS awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters
degree by the University at its January, 1970, commencement
exercises.
Born in Jerusalem in 1922. Rabin left agricultural school to
join the commando unit. Palmach. As a soldier, he won inter-
national fame when as Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defensive
Forces, he engineered Israel's victory in the Six-Day War of
June. 1967.
He served as Ambassador to the United States 1968-73
and succeeded Golda Meir as Prime Minister in April, 1974. a
position he held until June. 1977. He is presently a member of
the Knesset
Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 24,
Si CTION B


Israel Bonds to Celebrate Thirtieth Public TV to Air
Anniversary at Belle Plaza Israel Program
Belle Plaza will celebrate
Israel's thirtieth anniversary at a
Night for Israel. Tuesday. March
28. at 7:30 p.m. in the Belle Plaza
recreation room, under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
Dr. Bernard W. Smith, past
president of the Dade County
Chapter of SCORE (Service
Corps of Retired Executives) and
professor emeritus of Retail
Management, will chair the
event.
DR. AND MRS. Myron Green
will receive the Israel Solidarity
Award at a Salute to Israel.
Wednesday. March 29 at 8 p.m.
in the Tower auditorium of Cen-
tury 21, announced Al Lehrer.
chairman of Century 21 Israel
Bonds Committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shakter will
be the recipients of the Israel Sol-
idarity Award at a Night for
Israel under the auspices of the
New Horizon Israel Bonds Com-
mittee on Thursday, March 30, 8
p.m. in the New Horizon
auditorium.
Rose Belinsky is chairperson
and Sylvia Cohen and Arthur
Schloss are co-chairpersons of the
event. The program will include
humorist Emil Cohen and special
entertainment by the New
Horizon Choral Group.
DELLA RIFKIN will be
honored at a Salute to Israel
Brunch on behalf of Israel Bonds
in the Del Prado Auditorium.
Sunday. April 2, at 10:30 a.m.
The event, spearheaded by the
Mazel group of Hadassah and
B'nai B'rith Haven Lodge, will
celebrate Israel's thirtieth an-
niversary.
Active on behalf of Israel
Bonds and UJA for many years,
Ms. Rifkin is a member of
National Council of Jewish
Women and Hadassah. She will
be the recipient of the Israel Sol-
idarity Award.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilder
are in charge of arrangements,
assisted by Helmut Blumenthal.
Mac Gale, Abraham Albert and
Sol Berenbaum.
Public television will broadcast
Israel Alive and Singing, a depic-
tion of Israel through music and
dance, as part of the week's cul-
tural festival. Israel Jubilee, be-
ing held in Dade County March
26-April 2.
Beginning Wednesday. March
29. the program will be broadcast
over WPBT. Channel 2 at 1 p.m.
On Friday, March 31. the pro-
gram will be broadcast at 9 and
11 a.m.. 1. 2, 3. 5. 8 and 10 p.m.
via WLRN, Channel 17. Channel
2 again will broadcast the show
Friday at 1 p.m.
The program, broadcast in co-
operation with Dade County's Is-
rael Jubilee Committee, is pro-
duced by Sam Alpert. of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation.
Beth Torah Sisterhood, Men's Club
Sponsor Honor Breakfast for Rabbi
A breakfast of appreciation,
sponsored jointly by the Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood and the
Men's Club of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, will officially mark the
beginning of the week-long cele-
bration honoring Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz for his 18 years of ser-
vice to Beth Torah and for his
30th year in the rabbinate.
The breakfast will take place
Sunday, March 26 at 9:30 a.m. in
the synagogue's social hall.
PRESENTATIONS to the
ARE YOU SERVING
YOUR FAMILY
A NERVOUS CHICKEN?
Falls Chicken is an
emotionally stable chicken.
raised in fresh couniry air
free from urban stress
processed in The Catskills
(where else?)

Kosher Country Chicken
Available at your local Kosher meat counter.
rabbi will be given by the Nation-
al Council of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism and the
National Federation of Men's
Clubs, according to Sisterhood
President Rochelle Baltuch and
Men's Club President Alan
Mintz The presentation on be-
half of the Men's Club will be
given by Joseph Abelow. sun-
shine regional president of the
National Federation of Men s
Clubs.
Mayor Wally Pesetsky will
speak on behalf of the city Pres-
entations will be given by the
American Jewish Congress and
the Samuel Scheck Hillel Com-
munity Day School.
Reports to Update
Book Project
The Miami Worn
Auxiliary
Hospital
Gardensi wil
ct luncheon : n the
Shelborne Hotel Tuesday M
il noon, in the J
Room
la Thau, president ol the
Auxiliary will
and invocation w ill '< .
Martha Greenberger, donor book
project chairman.
Mrs. Greenberger and Kuth
Silvers will give reports on the
donor project. Early reservations
are necessary. Contact Anne Ta-
nenbaum. Henny Jaffee. F.llen
Franklin or Rose Metzger.
Women of Shaare
Zedek Hosp. to Meet
The South Florida Women's
Committee. Shaare Zedek Hospi-
tal will hold a Purim meeting
hosted by Etta Aronson Wednes-
day. March 29 at 1 p.m. in the
American Savings Bank on Lin-
coln Road in Miami Beach.
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Language Laboratory for Ru^U
Immigrants to Open Here
A modern audio-visual lan-
guage laboratory will be officially
open Thursday. March 30 at 9:30
a.m. by JVS Manpower Project
for Russian Emigres as part of its
Title I grant with the South Flo-
rida CETA Consortium.
The laboratory, at 3950 Bis-
cayne Blvd., is designed to teach
the growing number of Russian
immigrants the technical termi-
nology of their trades and profes-
sions needed for employment.
ACCORDING to Steven Weis-
berg, JVS supervisor of the pro-
gram. It is a necessary addition
to the current program of surviv-
al English which teaches the
Russian newcomers basic Eng-
lish to cope with everyday
living."
Equipped with modern audio-
visual and auto instruct
tenaUhenewlaboratonS
students to work at thj,,
level and pace. Morning lj
ternoon classes will be i-u
eight to 10 people so that
irnately 32 people can
three times a week.
The laboratory will cov,
subjects as electronics ,!
ing. constructing, shop',
basic electricity and
skills. More subjects wi|] L.
ded as the needs arise Z\
stmctor also has the can*i
program material whennJjJI
Among the students who,
enroll are Ella Bolotnikov
electrical engineer: and
Thernovtsy. a phvsician ft
Russians arrived in Miami,
cently with their families
Cantors to Participate in Concert]
Honoring Dr. Max A. Lipschitz
A "Concert of Friendship."
under the direction of Cantor Da-
vid Bagley, will be presented at
Beth Torah Congregation Sun-
day. March 26 at 8 p.m. in the
temple's social hall.
The concert is part of the week-
long celebration honoring Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz for his 18years
of service to the congregation as
well as his 30th year in th i
binate.
CANTORS TZVI Adler.
Breeh, Nico Feldman. Abrih
Seif and Irving Shulkes. aa.,
panied by Shmuel Fershko,,
Defeatured.
The synagogue's youth d
and USY members will sing!
brew songs.
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.ajjhroV
SUN-MAID
SEEDLESS
RAISINS
Some of the sweetest
memories of Passover
start here.
Remember Momma's Passover kitchen with those
tempting boxes of Sun-Maid Raisins? Remember
watching Momma, helping her, and noshing those
delicious Sun-Maid Seedless Raisins? Bursting with
natural fruit-sugar energy, they're still dried the
natural way...in the sun. No oils or preservatives
added. So give your family sweet Passover mem-
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cooking, baking and noshing.
Enjoy all 4 kinds of
SUN-MAID RAISINS
The old-time favorite shown up above,
Golden raisins, Currants, Muscats. They're all
delicious and nutritious, so eat hearty.
Kosher for Passover
Cftitid by Rabbi Or J H Ralbig


Students to Compete In
CAJE Literary Contest
The "Heritage
of Freedom"
. be the subject of an essay
LSfor students in Jewish
KJ. and vouth organizations
fchout South Florida to be
EKdby the Central Agency
lewish Education in coopera-
1 with Riverside Memorial
fcapels-
Thecontestw.il be divided into
mint fourth t
eighth
three
- Dade.
(vnth graders ana
tough 12th graders, in
ceraphical divisions
Uh Broward and North Brow-
d-Palm Beach counties.
[sEVENTYFIVE-dollar
Lards will be given to the first-
L winners in each age group
[each of the three areas, and $50
Urds will go to second-place
nners Special recognition will
, given for every participant ui
k contest, and special awards
fill be given to the schools or or-
Cnizations in which the students
Reregistered.
I The essav contest is designed
stimulate students to write
out the value of freedom and
j centrality both in the holiday
I Passover and in Jewish tradi-
on and contemporary life.
I Suggested topics for the essay
elude The Influence of the Bi-
eon American Freedom," "He-
#s of Jewish Freedom." "The
ki-h Holidays Symbols of
jreedom. What Freedom
leans to Me." \ V ision of
[orld Freedom." Passover,
loliday of Freedom,.....I'he Mee-
ige oi the Ten Commandments
|r Freedom for the World,"
The Right of Israel to Live in
dom" anil others that stu-
kntsmay choose.
I ENTRIES ALSO may include
ems. short stories, creative
{Jewish World Bible
pociety Pres. to Talk
, I'r Haim Gevaryahu, pres-
Pent of the Jewish World Bible
xiety. will be the guest speaker
tBeth David Congregation Fri-
p.v. March 24 at 8:15 p.m. and
pturday. March 25 .it < am. at
k temple.
[,,r (" will speak on
?<; History ol the Sanctuary ol
|i. Biblical Citv and Histori-
ISite."
CANTOR
I TO CONDUCT HIGH
HOLY DAY OVERFLOW
SERVICES FOR BETH
TORAH CONG. CALL
I 947-7528 EXT. 30
"sjecMB<:xJ
, RABBI
10 CONDUCT HIGH
HOLY DAY OVERFLOW
SERVICES FOR BETH
TORAH CONG. CALL
947-7528 EXT. 30
DAY CAMP
DIRECTOR
GRAUDAY CAMP PR0-
SJM AT BETH TORAH
gNG. CALL 947-7528
fantasies and other types of liter-
ary work.
All entries must be submitted
to the Central Agency for Jewish
Education by April 20. the eve of
the holiday of Passover. A panel
of Jewish educators and acade-
mic scholars will judge the es-
says, and the awards will be
granted at the community-wide
observances of Israel Inde-
pendence Day.
Gene Greenzweig. executive
director of CAJE, said. Free-
dom has been one of the central
value concepts of Judaism
throughout the ages. We hope
that the contest will motivate
students throughout South Flo-
rida to become even more appre-
ciative of the importance of this
concept for their own lives."
Al Golden, vice-president of
Riverside Memorial Chapels, was
instrumental in securing the
grant for the contest, together
with Leo Hack. Riverside vice-
president.
Cantor Edward Klein and the
symphonic choir, under the
direction of Judith Robinson
and accompaniment by Sally
Lazar, will be featured in a
concert of nostalgic music at
Temple Ner Tamid Sunday,
April 9 at 8 p.m., announced
Harry Miller, president of the
Men's Club of Temple Ner
Tamid.
Jubilee Commemorative
Sabbath to Be Observed
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has pro-
claimed the Sabbath of March 31 and April 1 as Israel Jubilee
Commemorative Sabbath. The proclamation was issued by
Association President Rabbi Sol Landau, of Beth David
Congregation, and Executive Vice President Rabbi Solomon
Schiff of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations Community
Chaplaincy Service.
Sermons, Psalms, special readings and prayers of thanks-
giving for Israel's 30 years of existence will be offered during
regular Friday evening and Saturday morning Synagogue
services.
PRAYERS WILL also be offered for the long life and well-
being for the State of Israel and its citizens.
The proclamation states: "The creation of the State of
Israel represents the fulfillment of a 2.000-year-old dream. Out
of the ashes of the Holocaust has emerged the rebirth of the
Biblical Zion. Israel, the land of promise, embodies the hopes of
the Prophets for social justice and universal peace. We pray in
the words of the Prophet (Micah 4:4) 'then shall they sit every
man under his vine and his fig tree and none shall make them
afraid.' We pray that a just and secure peace will soon prevail
for Israel and the entire Middle East."


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tobhi Menachem Raab To *-E2
Direct CAJE Dau School
Rabbi Menachem Raab has
been appointed director of the
day school department of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation (CAJE). according to an
announcement by Gene Green-
zweig, executive director of the
CAJE.
Rabbi Raab will be responsible
for organizing day school ser-
vices, reviewing applications of
schools for funding, coordinating
inter-school programs and
dealing with requests for govern-
mental and private funding.
RABBI RAAB has served as
principal of two day schools in
the U.S. and has been admin-
istrator of programs at the
college level in Israel.
A native of Philadelphia, he
received his ordination at
Yeshiva University, where he
also completed his undergraduate
studies with a concentration in
mathematics. He was awarded
the M.A. by Columbia University
in educational administration.
and the doctorate in Hebrew
literature, with a major in Jewish
history, from Yeshiva Uni-
, versity.
He held pulpits in Beth Emet
Congregation." Philadelphia,
where he was the founding rabbi,
and developed its educational
program, growing to a school of
more than 500 students.
HE ALSO served at Beth
Joseph Center in Rochester. N.Y.
for almost ten years, and in
Congregation Jeshurun in Tren-
ton, N.J. While in those two
cities, he served as principal of
the Hillel Day School and prin-
cipal of the Trenton Hebrew
Academy.
In 1973. Rabbi Raab moved to
Israel where he was dean of
students and academic secretary
j at theJerusalem College of Tech-
nology; responsible for regis-
tration, counseling and guidance.
j programming and academic
' administration. He then assumed
Pearl Lang Patron!
Tickets Sold Out I
Patron tickets for the perfor-
mance of the Pearl Lang Dance
Company on Saturday. April 1
are sold out. announced Mr. and |
Mrs. Julius Spector, Patron
chairmen for the gala in Swenson
Hall, on the Everglades School
Campus in Coconut Grove.
According to ticket chairman
Jackie Traurig, some tickets for
the Sunday performance are still
available through Beth David
Congregation.
PARTICIPANTS working on
the program include Roberta
Shevin. Linda Minkes and Gilda
Scher.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau,
honorary chairmen; and Toby
Ansin. chairman of the Fine Arts
of Beth David, and her husband
Edmund, will greet the guests.
Various chairmen for the event
include Mrs. Nathan Glover, Ms.
Sonia Miller, Mrs. Annette
Fayne, Mrs. Steven Cohen, Mrs.
Stanley Zakarin, Mrs. Leon a Au-
gust, Mrs. Frieda Wellisch and
Mrs. Henry Kamen. Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Sandrew will chair
the Sunday performance.
Israel Artist to Open
Exhibit in New York
Glezer Art Galleries will exhi-
bit paintings of Israeli artist
Rabbi Zwi Raphaely at the
Americana Hotel in New York
from March 25 through 28. Mrs.
Uri Ben-Ari, wife oDthe consul
general of Israel, will open the
event.
Beth Moshe Men's
Club Elections Set
The Men's Club of Temple
Beth Moshe, as part of its regular
monthly meeting, will hold its
annual elections for officers and
board of directors Sunday, March
26 at 9:30 a.m.. announced Sam
Diemar. incumbent president.
Rabbi Menachem Raab
the position of executive director
for Yeshivat Kiryat Arba, one of
the network of Hesder Yeshivot
iji Israel.
Raab has been a national
officer of the Rabbinical Council
of America and the Religious
Zionists of America, and is a
member of the National Council
of Yeshiva Principals and
National Council of Yeshiva
Administrators.
IN TRENTON, he served as
president of the Community
Relations Council and on the
Governor's Commission on
Private Education, as well as
being a member of the Advisory
Council for Religious Education.
Raab is married to the former
Sara Hammer and has five
children.
The Florida Division of
Friends of Dropsie University
will honor Joseph Handleman of
Miami Beach and Detroit at its
annual luncheon at the Eden Roc
Hotel Sunday. March 26 at noon.
Handleman is national pres-
ident of the American Red Magen
David and active in Jewish edu-
cational causes. He established
the Joseph and Sally Handleman
Communications Center at Drop-
sie University in Philadelphia
and the Handleman Institute of
Recorded Sound at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
William B. Thomas of New
York and Englewood. N.J..
chairman of the Board of Gover-
nors of Dropsie University, will
be the guest speaker.
Theater Guild To
Present Comedy
The Temple Zion Theater
Guild is presenting the Cole Por-
ter musical. Anything Goes, a
shipboard comedy currently en-
joying a nostalgia revival.
Featured players are Gary
Canner, Morton Erstling and
Phyllis Greenfeder.
PERFORMANCES will be
given Thursday, March 30 at
7:30 p.m.. Saturday. April 1 at
8:30 p.m., Sunday. April 2 at
7:30 p.m.. Thursday. April 6 at
8:30 p.m.. Saturday. April 8 at
8:30 p.m. and Sunday. April 9 at
7:30 p.m.
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p.m. for Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
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Marshall Baltuch. chairman of
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Israeli songstress Yaffa Yar- Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
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dinner-dance of the Greater the special appearance by MLss
Yarkoni, along with guest speak-
er Dr. Aryeh Nesher and the mu-
sic of the Al Schor Orchestra.
Kravec is assisted by Past
Chairman Dr. George Felden-
kreis. and Vice Chairmen Philip
Berger. Salomon Garazi and Jose
Lurie. The event begins at 7:30
p.m. with a cocktail and dinner
will be served at 8::t(l p.m. The
celebration will honor Israel's
:t()th anniversary ol indepen-
dence.
Shore Unit To
Hold Garage Sale
The Shore Unit of the PAP
Cancer Institute is holding a
garage sale. Friday. March 17 at
4:!H.'i Michigan Ave. in Miami
Beach starting at 11 a.m.
Chairman of the affair, which
will feature almost new clothes,
bric-a-brac and homemade cakes,
is Li) Kstreicher.
Mrs. Charles Gertler is Shore
Unit president.
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Uiami Jewish Federations Cu-
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On Wednesday evening. March
22. a Purim program will be held
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school-age children and their
parents.
The traditional Purim service
will be held Wednesday. March
22. at 7 p.m. in the Beth David
Congregation Coral Wav Chapel
with the full Megillah reading.
The reading will be given again
Thursday morning.
Orthodox Leaders
To Be Honored
Rmanuel and Klara Edelstein,
leaders in the Orthodox Jewish
community of Miami Beach, will
be honored Sunday evening,
March _'(> on the occasion of the
23rd anniversary dinner of Beth
Israel Congregation.
The dinner will be held at the
Caribbean Hotel, announced
Seymour Reinhard, dinner
chairman.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro, spiri-
tual leader of the congregation,
will speak at the event and will
pay tribute to the Edelsteins.
Rev. Jacob Katz is president of
the congregation.
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compete against Miami-Dade Community College's debate
learn at the Hebrew Academy on Miami Beach Sunday. March
26 and against the University of Miami team at UM Monday.
March 27. Shown are team members Allen Friedman of Ken
Gardens, Queens. X Y and David Hart of Silver Spring, Md.
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    Looking over one of the awards to be presented at Sunday's
    annual donor luncheon are (from left) Lillian Davis, Miriam
    Gingold, Harriet Green and Bertha Liebmann.
    Pioneer Women Donor
    Luncheon to Hear Leemon
    Harriet Green, president of the
    American Zionist Federation of
    South Florida, will serve as
    chairman of the annual donor
    luncheon of the Pioneer Women
    Council of South Florida, Sun-
    day, March 26 at noon at the
    Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Some 1,300 persons are expect-
    ed to hear Frieda Leemon of De-
    troit, national president of Pio-
    neer Women. Shmuel Fershko,
    Israeli composer and conductor
    who serves as musical director of
    Temple Emanu-El of Greater Mi-
    ami, has prepared a special enter-
    tainment program for the Sunday
    luncheon.
    FELICE Schwartz, vice pres-
    ident of the Pioneer Women
    Council, will serve as program
    chairman. Gisela Gutter of North
    Miami Beach, another vice pres-
    ident of the Pioneer Women
    Council, is Dade County chair-
    man for the event. Mildred Weiss
    of Deerfield Beach, a member of
    the national board of Pioneer
    Women, is Broward County
    chairman.
    Sylvia Gardner, recording sec-
    retary of the South Florida Coun-
    cil, will offer the invocation. Lilli-
    an Hoffman, president of liana
    chapter, is chairman of the host-
    acting as chairman of res-
    idents at Miami Beach's Sea-
    sons South, Sam Rosenbloum
    (right) greeted guest speaker
    Paula Borenstein (left) of the
    Joint Distribution Committee
    for the building's annual
    gathering on behalf of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration's Combined Jewish
    Appeal-Israel Emergency
    Fund. The meeting was held
    at the Doral Beach Hotel Ms.
    Borenstein, stationed in Paris,
    represents the international
    Jewish relief agency.
    Israeli Purim To
    Feature Costumes
    Tsadok Savir will be master of
    ceremonies at "Israeli Night at
    the JCC" Saturday, March 25 at
    8 p.m. at the Michael-Ann Rus-
    sell Jewish Community Center's
    Katz Assembly Hall. Adults are
    invited to participate in the cos-
    tume party.
    The right of Nazis to march in
    Jewish neighborhoods will be
    discussed in the Katz Assembly
    Hall Sunday, March 26 at 8 p.m.
    ess committee. Margot Bergthal,
    treasurer of Council, is arrange-
    ments committee chairman, and
    Bertha Liebmann, another Coun-
    cil vice president, is Miami Beach
    chairman for the donor luncheon.
    Clara Leff of New York, a past
    national president of Pioneer
    Women, will make charter pres-
    entations to new clubs and chap-
    ters. Miriam Gingold, a member
    of the nationadvisory board, will
    offer a toast to Israel on its 30th
    anniversary, and Fannie Gibson,
    president of Beba Idelson chap-
    ter, will lead the singing of the
    national anthems of the United
    States and Israel.
    Auxiliary, Post To
    Install Officers
    The Abe Horrowitz Ladies'
    Auxiliary and Post 682, Jewish
    War Veterans, will hold its annu-
    al installation of incoming offi-
    cers for 1978-79 Thursday. March
    30 at 7:30 p.m. at the McDonald
    Citizens Center in North Miami
    Beach. Outgoing officers also will
    be honored.
    The ceremony will be conduct-
    ed by the Department of Florida
    Cmdr. Norton I^ff and the De-
    partment of Florida Auxiliary
    Vice-President Elayne Uhr in
    conjunction with post master of
    ceremonies Irv Steinberg and
    auxiliary mistress of ceremonies
    Justine Warmbrandt.
    Members attending the instal-
    lation will be honored by area
    auxiliary presidents and post
    commanders, North Miami
    Beach city officials and others.
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    ings, announced that Registra-
    tion for Business Preference
    forms are due back at the agency
    April 24. He urged that business
    operators unable to attend meet-
    ings at the agency office should
    contact Josh Becker, agency staff
    member, for information.
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    Devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
    Under the auspices of the_.....__________ RABBI EMANUEl GREEN, Ph.D., D.D.
    B'ndi Zion to Receive Award At
    Thirtieth Anniversary Brunch
    will be honored at a Night for Is-
    rael sponsored by the Eton Hall
    Israel Bonds Committee Sunday,
    March 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Eton
    Hall recreation room. The com-
    Your Rabbi Speaks
    Loneliness Can Be a Blessing
    Bv RABBI SOLOMON
    H. VVALDKNBERG
    The Israelite Center TemDle
    1 recentlv read an article about
    nneliness in the Miami iV< wt by
    Emin Mark. In it he distresses
    [he reader me: lessl) by the des-
    cription ol sad ndh iduals whose
    j, |0IV and hopeless-
    M i walked awaj from this
    pjjngin irrowful mood
    The fol '" excerpt
    ben the arti pk<
    . For othi rs, it
    His. Thi *tic-
    and
    j
    \
    eabrighi life of the
    that
    i ssing in-
    Of lilt'
    |ieauty. truth and goodness of the
    ri and ere-
    I pie
    rme li\ inj
    | on, let us
    si undi loneliness
    .. at signi-
    l i dis-
    ic nature, for
    lapping bu depths ol
    | ipon new
    For forging
    I on .hkI for
    timing in i with the true
    sense
    rm s
    opens in
    -otial growth
    i : i line--
    - h hen one is
    other
    in become
    ". peopli
    d bj
    lorman Via a is< oi i
    irious and
    |puriou-
    ce said: The
    ' if. rests
    FPn t"1, il lonelini
    the central and inevitable fact
    human existence.'
    Perhaps that is why in the
    blessings of Moses, as described
    in the Book of Deuteronomy, he
    bestows a special distinction
    upon the favorite tribes of Joseph
    i Menaahe and Efraiml as follows:
    Let blessings come upon the top
    of the head of him that was
    arofetf from his brethren
    THE SEPARATION
    other- could well be the cond
    whereby a man attains his ft
    stature. The loneliness thai
    Mthin us can then be put to
    creat ive use and fulfilln
    \nd to quote anothf r 91 h
    whose Maine escapee n
    moment He saj s, To be worthy
    of one's loneliness is an ultii
    challenge, a challenge which, il
    realized, strengthens the pi
    and puts him more fully in touch
    h it b his mi n i
    Now. at first the experieni
    loneliness ma) be frighu
    even terrifying, but as one sub-
    mits to the pain and suffering
    and solitude, one can also actual-
    , reach himself, or actually
    les himself, list ens to the in-
    ner voice and experiences a
    strange new confidence. The indi-
    vidual is restored to himself, and
    lift again become- quite mea-
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    : in resu
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    although one maj
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    Thi
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    >m w hich i v ie
    ma) be had ol the entire land-
    No artist, writ.'
    dan ever set up shop in the mar-
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    Bialiks immortal description
    of the Talmudic student is i
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    Israel's 30th anniversary at a
    brunch Sunday, March 26 at
    10:30 a.m. at the temple. A State
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    Hen and Irene Sussman have
    been designated to receive the Is-
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    Longwood Towers annual Salute
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    Pener. who with her husband is
    also serving as host for the eve-
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    Jack Fuller, chairman of Rol-
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    U.S. Chefs Take First Prize At
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    A team of twelve chefs from
    the United States recently
    returned from Israel with the
    grand prize and a host of medals
    they had won at the first inter-
    national conference on Jewish
    culinary art held in Jerusalem.
    During four days of com-
    petition, the American team out-
    cooked national teams from West
    Germany, Israel, Switzerland,
    Italy, France and Canada.
    ACCORDING to the team's
    captain, Franz Eichenauer,
    C.E.C., a research specialist in
    General Foods Corporation's
    experimental kitchens in Tarry-
    town, N.Y., the concoctions he
    and his teammates prepared were
    light and delicate in contrast to
    traditional heavy, calorie-laden
    kosher dishes.
    "In preparing our menus, we
    decided to shy away from heavy
    food and it paid off," Eichenauer
    said. "We used our imagination
    and adhered carefully to kosher
    food laws in coking up with
    several new recipes that cau,sed
    quite a sensation in the culinary
    arts world."
    Among the Americtfl team's
    dishes that won special
    recognition were breast of capon
    en croute, mousseline of chicken
    with pistachio sauce, veal chop en
    croute stuffed with duxelles and
    calf brains, and a walnut cake
    appropriately named the shalom
    cake (A recipe for the shalom
    cake follows at the conclusion.)
    ON THE road to becoming
    kings of the kosher kitchen, the
    Americans had to surmount a
    number of obstacles. First, on
    arrival in Israel they encountered
    a delay in clearing through
    customs the delicacies and
    elaborate cooking equipment
    they had brought with them.
    "Wej^tlved that problem by
    shopping at the Arab Market
    located m the Old City of Jeru-
    salem and by using large cans for
    pots." Eichenauer said.
    Next, they found that the
    kitchen to which they were
    assigned at the King David Hotel
    was tiny and poorly equipped.
    Since it is normally used to
    prepare cold meals, it lacked
    electric evens, so the American
    team had to prepare all its dishes
    on an open fire.
    TO TOP it off, the team had to
    transport the finished food and
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    "The obstacles that confronted
    us seemed to bolster our esprit de
    corps," Eichenauer said, "and
    with the help of some good old
    American ingenuity, we took
    them in stride."
    Eiclmnauer is especially proud
    of the^wards his team won in
    Israel. "Most chefs in this
    country are familiar with
    traditional kosher cooking." he
    noted, "but it was a real chal-
    lenge to develop and try new
    recipes."
    THE AMERICAN team also
    proved that you don't have to be
    Jewish to enjoy Jewish cooking.
    Of the twelve members, only two
    are Jewish.
    Shalom Cake
    Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
    1 cup sugar
    8 egg yolks
    10 egg whites
    M cup melted butter
    1 cup flour
    l'/i cups white bread
    crumbs
    1 cup (chopped fine)
    hazel or walnuts
    Pinch of cinnamon,
    few drops of rum
    and vanilla
    Grated rind of 1 lemon
    Beat egg whites until stiff,
    gradually adding one-half the
    sugar. Separately beat egg yolks
    together with remaining sugar
    and flavorings.
    When egg yolk is lemony in
    color, carefully fold in egg whites.
    Mix crumbs, flour and nutmeats.
    Carefully fold the crumb mixture
    into the egg mixture. Now fold in
    the warm melted butter.
    Pour into two 8" round pans
    that have been buttered and
    floured. Bake at 375 degrees for
    35 minutes. Cut each layer in
    half, spread with currant or grape
    jelly. Replace halves and ice with
    buttercream icing between
    layers, around sides and top of
    cake. Serves eight.
    Buttercream Icing
    1 cup milk
    3 tbsp. cornstarch
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    pkg. Jell-O Brand
    Americana Golden Egg
    Custard Mix
    egg yolks
    lb. powdered sugar
    stick butter or margarine
    '/i cup shortening
    rum flavor to taste
    12 chopped nutmeats
    Mix cornstarch or 1 package
    Jell-O Brand Americana Golden
    Egg Custard Mix and two egg
    yolks with 1 cup of milk. Bring
    quickly to boil, stirring con-
    stantly.
    Pour mixture into a mixing
    bowl, add sugar and rum flavor
    and mix until cold. Add butter or
    margarine (at room temperature
    only) and shortening. Whip
    mixture very well. Add grated
    nutmeats. Ice cake.
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    Fden Roc Hotel. Rabbi
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    Mindv is the daughter of
    Mr and Mr" Morton D.
    Stubins of South Hade and
    Jack is the son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Salomon Kinkelman of
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    MAID OF Honor was Lisa
    Stubins laister of the bride).
    Bridesmaids were Ronda
    Corvin and Robbie
    Housman.
    Best Man was Barry
    Munholland. of Windsor,
    Canada. Ushers were Jeff
    and David Stubins, brothers
    of the bride.
    The bride wore a candle-
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    seed pearls, a full-length
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    Bar Mitzvahs
    AMW Choi Group Israel Report Luncheon to Highlight
    Events Announced Thirtieth Anniversary Celebration
    rusalem and the South Florida
    WOLF
    ZANE
    KWITNEY
    MARK M ARC ARETTEN
    l\|ark Margaretten. son of Dr.
    Mrs Michael Margaretten.
    a observe his Mar Mitzvah at
    L Torah Congregation this
    turd v.March 25 at 8:30 a.m.
    Ih Dr". Max A. Lipschite. spir-
    al leader, officiating.
    Rabbi Lipschitz will present
    L with a Bible on behalf of
    . Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
    j Men's Club of Beth Torah.
    [MARK is a student in the
    Lrold Wolk religious school and
    fa seventh grade student at
    ihn F Kennedy Junior High
    IJ^,! His hobbies include
    seball and football.
    [in Mark's honor, his parents
    V| sponsor the kiddush follow-
    g services. In addition to
    anting the Haftorah, Mark will
    Educt a portion of the Shabbat
    Jrvices.
    Guest include grandparents.
    Irs Kthel Pliner and Dr. and
    |rs Klias Margaretten
    -TEVEN HOWARD REINER
    ISteven Howard Reiner, son of
    Ir and Mrs Edward Keiner. will
    lebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
    Ith Torah Congregation this
    Iturday. March 25 at 8:30 a.m.
    Ith Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. spir-
    lal leader, officiating.
    IKabbi Lipschitz will present
    jeven with a Bible on behalf of
    ie Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
    Id Men's Club ot Heth Torah.
    |STEVEN is a fourth year
    nident at the Harold Wolk
    Jligious school at Beth Torah
    Id a seventh grade student at
    tnhland Oik- Junior High
    thool. His hobbies include coin
    fleeting, basketball and
    btball
    [In Steven's honor, his parents
    l'l sponsor the kiddush follow -
    , services In addition to
    janting the Haftorah. Steven
    II conduit a portion of the
    labbat sen ices
    sts include his grand-
    lot her. Mrs Elsie Greenberg of
    k York and family and friends
    bm New York. New Jersey.
    wssachusetisand Kansas
    BONNIE ELLEN ZANE
    [Ronnie Ellen Zane, daughter of
    ? and Mrs Sheldon Zane of
    liami Beach, will be Hat Mit-
    W Friday. March 24 at 8:15
    P in the main sanctuary of
    ^mpleNerTamid.
    Bonnie is a student at Nautilus
    Junior High School and Ner
    Tamid religious school.
    An (meg Shabbat in Bonnie's
    honor will be held in Sklar
    Auditorium that evenine.
    RICARDOWOLF
    Ricardo Wolf, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Enrique Wolf, will celebrate
    his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
    Moshe this Saturday. March 25
    at 9 a.m. Rabbi Louis M. I^eder-
    man. spiritual leader of the con-
    gregation, will officiate.
    Ricky came to the U.S. eight
    years ago from Lima. Peru.
    South America. He is a student
    of Beth Moshe Hebrew school
    and a seventh-grade student in
    North Miami Junior High
    School.
    SPECIAL GUESTS include
    his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
    Max Wolf; and Mr. and Mrs. Ab-
    raham Fleischman. coming from
    South America.
    In Ricky's honor, his parents
    will host the Oneg Shabbat Fri-
    day evening and the kiddush Sa-
    turday morning.
    ALISA MIRI KWITNEY
    Alisa Miri Kwitney. daughter
    of Mrs. Ziva Kwitney of New
    York, will be called to the Torah
    as Bat Mitzvah. this Saturday.
    March 25 at Temple Kmanu-El.
    Alisa attends the Franklin
    School in New York where she is
    in the eighth grade. She is a
    writer and poet and had a book
    published when she was eight
    vears old.
    MRS. KWITNEY will host the
    Kiddush following services in
    honor of the occasion
    Special guests include: grand
    parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry
    Perach Kwitney. former du-
    cat nrs at the Hebrew \cademy;
    uncle. Haul Kwitnej and his wife
    Sally ot Miami Beach.
    Ziva and Alisa live in New
    York. Ziva taught Sunday school
    and substituted as a Hebrew
    teacher briefly at Temple F.manu
    F.I
    Technion Mission To
    Celebrate Thirtieth
    The American Technion Socie-
    ty is sponsoring a Mission to Is-
    rael, under the leadership of Rab-
    bi Mayer Abramowitz. to leave
    Miami Tuesday. May 9.
    The trip includes 10 days in Is-
    rael during Israels 30th anniver-
    sary and three days in London.
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    eggs 11 A.M.-5 P.M.
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    The Chai chapter of American
    Mizrachi Women will hold its
    monthly meeting Wednesday.
    March 29 at 8 p.m. at the home of
    Luise Marcus. A speaker from
    the Cancer Society will show a
    slide presentation.
    A swim party and luncheon
    will be held at the home of Ann
    Slotskv's daughter Tuesdav. Ap-
    ril 4 at noon. Oro Yvette Tolila
    will serve her annual gourmet ve-
    getarian lunch at her home
    Wednesday, April 12 at noon.
    PROSPECTIVE members
    wishing to attend the events
    should contact Molly Beckerman.
    membership chiarman, or Jeanne
    Finkelstein. president.
    Chai's annual auction, origi-
    nally scheduled at Temple Or
    Olom on April 2, has been post-
    poned until Sunday. May 7 at the
    same location.
    Concord Hotel
    Adds 200 Rooms
    A 200-room building named
    Concord Towers East has been
    added to the Concord Hotel. The
    new 11-story steel and brick
    structure joins the resort's cur-
    rent 1,000-room guest and con-
    vention center.
    The new accommodations are
    part of the resort, which includes
    artificial snow, singles programs,
    theme parties and comprehensive
    packages.
    A TWO-TIERED swimming
    pool, 45-hole golf course, 16 in-
    door tennis courts and nightclub
    also are available.
    The new resort structure has a
    rooftop restaurant that offers a
    view of the hotel's three golf
    courses and thousands of acres of
    surrounding countryside. Con-
    vention and seminar meeting
    rooms have full audio-visual and
    weather control capabilities. The
    new building, which ooened floor
    by floor since the first of the year,
    attracted heavy interest, accord-
    ing to Robert Barker. Concord
    general manager, "Guest and
    convention reservations for the
    new facility are outstripping all
    projections," Parker noted.
    The American Plan Concord
    Hotel is located in New York
    States (atskill Mountains. 90
    miles from Metropolitan New
    York. The Kiamesha Lake. N.Y.
    resort is accessible by auto from
    all areas of the Northeast via
    highways.
    ALLEGHENY Commuter
    currently provides service from
    JFK Airport to the Sullivan
    County Airport, seven miles from
    the Concord, bringing it into the
    nationwide air pattern.
    For additional information
    about the resort, write to the
    Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake.
    N.Y. 12751 or call (9141 794-4000.
    Cloverleaf Bowling
    Weekly News Reports
    Cloverleaf Lanes announced
    that Bill Price of the North Dade
    Post Office bowled a 620 scratch
    set this week. Fd Solomon. Mil),
    bowled a 617 scratch set
    Handicap sets for the week in-
    clude Jack Turk with a 662;
    George Massey, 679; Larry Har-
    dy, 669; and Bob Zimmerman,
    653. Pierina Agostini of the Pins
    Falls Ladies League bowled a
    669.
    Cantor Promoted To
    Manage Alton Office
    Charles Cantor of North Dade
    has been promoted to manager ot
    First Federal of Miami s Alton
    Road office, the association an-
    nounced.
    Prior to his promotion, Cantor
    was officer in charge at the office
    which recently observed its brs
    anniversary He joined First
    Federal in 1973 as a management
    i trainee and since has served as
    loan officer and savings and loan
    I officer.
    This year's annual Workmen's
    Circle Division for Histadrut "Is-
    rael Report Luncheon" will be
    dedicated to the 30th anniversary
    of the State of Israel Sunday.
    March 26 at the Fontainebleau
    Hotel.
    In making the announcement.
    Division Chairman Max Green-
    berg and Workmen's Circle Re-
    gional Secretary Max Gleiber-
    man cited the Kupat Holim med-
    ical projects and Amal scholar-
    ships sponsored by the South
    Florida Workmen's Circle
    branches since 1948.
    PATIENT treatment rooms
    have been donated by branches
    699 and 1050 and individual
    members Mr. and Mrs. Max
    Gleiberman and Mr. and Mrs.
    Harry Schuldiner at the Alan
    King Diagnostic Center in Ramat
    Eshkol. the Prujinin Clinic in Je-
    Medical Center in Beersheba.
    Chairman Greenberg noted
    that seven perpetual scholarship
    funds were established by the va-
    rious branches and individuals
    during the past 30 years plus the
    sponsorship of over 100 annual
    scholarships for underprivileged
    children attending Histadrut
    Amal Vocational schools
    throughout Israel.
    David Silverbush, retired na-
    tional director of the Retail-
    Wholesale Department Store
    Workers Union and current co-
    chairman of the North Dade-
    Broward Histadrut Scholarship
    Council, will be the featured
    speaker. His topic will be Or-
    ganized Labor. Israel's Staunch-
    est Ally.-'
    A musical salute to Israel will
    be presented by "The Distant
    Shores."
    Job Guarantees & College Degrees
    Humanism and an Anachronism
    Continued from Page 1-B
    specialized fields of early child-
    hood and day care and he com-
    paratively uncharted horizons of
    special education and the "child
    and the community."
    'Training in the fields of learn-
    ing disabilities and gifted educa-
    tion qualifies a student for work
    within special education enrich-
    ment programs as well as in
    classroom situations with men-
    tally retarded adults.
    'The new area of child and the
    community" readies the graduate
    for work "with hospitalized and
    abused children as well as within
    the juvenile court system and
    community mental health agen-
    cies.
    EVEN IN a flooded market,
    then, hiring folk look to I-esley
    graduates for their specialized
    training.
    Hut. four years prior to grad-
    uation, what does Lesley look
    for? In a surprisingly candid con-
    versation. Dean Ritvo and V.I'.
    Miltner allowed how the image of
    a Lesley girl (correction: I^esley
    woman) is different from that of a
    Kadcliffe or Mrandeis coed.
    "A Radcliffe student." said
    Ritvo. is on a head trip. She's
    academically oriented, speaks
    three languages, plays the glock-
    enspiel and has traveled 19 out of
    her 17 years."
    THE LESLEY student is a
    more traditional, middle-of-the-
    road, clean-jeans, non-competi-
    tive young woman whose College
    Moard scores may not be impres-
    sive and whose high school point
    average is 2.89 (B-). Is Lesley
    settling? No. insist school per-
    sonnel.
    Objectively, they shrug their
    collective collegiate shoulders
    and ask, "Who goes into teach-
    ing? It is true, historically, that
    the girl who goes for her doctor-
    ate does not go into elementary
    education. How many straight-A
    students become elementary
    teachers? The highly competitive
    academician doesn't tend to want
    to go into classroom teaching.
    It's not settling. It's reality."
    IF ACADEMICS, then, do not
    bring a girl to teaching, or to
    Lesley, what does? Dedication to
    the ideal. Dedication to working
    with children. A beyond-the-
    years maturity which facilitates a
    decision for a professional school
    at age 17.
    And once at Lesley, the young
    woman will find herself at a rela-
    tively small college of 800 female
    undergraduates (the coed grad-
    uate school ups the numbers to a
    full-time equivalency of 1.500)
    where there are few racial minor-
    ities but where the student body-
    is "heavily Jewish."
    And though Lesley may be
    small in size, it sits in the middle
    of Boston's extended college
    campus. With Harvard Law
    School located just across the
    street and MIT and Tufts within
    flirting distance, a Lesley student
    may easily collect an "MRS." as
    well as a B.S.
    BUT THE social aspect is only
    the frosting on the financial and
    vocational loaf. With a declining
    national birth rate, demographic
    changes and a shrinking market,
    Lesley offers its women some
    warranties.
    Without jumping all over the
    educational map. humanistic
    classroom and community con-
    cepts are the stuff a Lesley grad-
    uate can sell on the open market.
    In an otherwise technological and
    under-employed society, those
    anachronistic factors count.
    WE CATER
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    Friday,
    North Miami and North Miami Beach women, leaders of the
    Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division, gathered
    recently at the Prince Hamlet Inn for the area's annual "Spon-
    sor" luncheon on behalf of the 1978 Combined Jewish Appeal-
    Israel Emergency Fund. Taking part in the event were (left to
    right) North Dade Campaign Chairman Pat Feldman: Wom-
    en's Division President Goldie Goldstein; guest speaker Colette
    Avital of Israel: and North Dadc Sponsor Co-Chairman Karen
    Budowskx andRachelle Kaminski.
    %v
    Jean Rose. Southeastern Florida Region Membership chain,
    of ORT. accepts proclamation declaring ORT Day m .Vfjj
    which was celebrated March 8. from Miami Mayor M^
    Ferre.
    Film on Israel, Purim
    Lunch to Be Served
    Jean G. Schwartz, president of
    Beth Kodesh Sisterhood, an-
    nounced that a Purim luncheon
    was to take place Thursday..
    March 23 at noon at Beth Kodesh
    Synagogue.
    Rabbi Max Shapiro was to
    crown Queen Esther." Mr. and
    Mrs. Barnett Lerner were to pre-
    sent the film Israel: The Miracle
    'Land.
    Women's Caucas For
    Art Hold Reception
    1 An exhibition by the Women's
    Caucus for Art will be held at
    Temple Beth Sholom from March
    29 through April 16. A reception
    will be held Sunday. April 2 from
    5-7 p.m. Betty Lou Curry will
    judge
    Bus Trip to Worth
    Avenue Planned
    Temple Menorah Sisterhood
    will sponsor a bus trip to Palm
    Beach, which includes lunch in
    Fort Lauderdale. on Wednesday.
    March 29. For information and
    reservations, contact Freda Levy
    or Leila Silovitz.
    Airudath Israel to Hold* fB* South Miami area Sponsors of the Greater Miami Jfir|
    Federation Women's Division took place recentl\. Amongt
    leaders taking part, on behalf of the 1978 Combined Jewish)
    Jeanne Shinefeld (second from left) served as chairman for a tutelsTponsorblg "ita"annuai ba- peal-Israel EMergency Fund were (left to right): Co-Chair,
    group of Key Biscayne residents recently, gathering on behalf zaar at the Surfside Community Adrienne Stokols; South Dade Campaign Chairman Can
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division. Center Sunday. March 26 at 10 Ruskin; guest speaker Colette Avital; Co-Chairman Robl
    Among those taking part in the event for the 1978 Combined a.m. New merchandise offered for Herskowitz; and Babe Blatt.
    Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund were Dianne Rosen- sale includes clothing, jewelry
    blum (left), Harriette Rome (second from right) and Honey Ma- art work, cakes and household
    nin (right). S004*8
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    LEOAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 7I-14W
    Division 01-NesMft
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    FAYE SCHIFF
    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 admlnlat ration of
    the estate of FAYE SCHIFF,
    deceased. File Number 78-1438.
    DIV. 01. la pending In the Circuit
    Court for DADE County, Florida,
    Probate Division, the address of
    which is 78 West Flagler Streit.
    Miami, Florida 33130. The
    personal representatives of the
    estate are H ASKEL SCHIFF and
    LOIS C. HOLZMAN, whose
    address is c/o Faunce, Fink *
    Forman. 3000 Biscayne
    Boulevard. Miami, Fla. 33137.
    The name and address of the
    personal representaUve's attor-
    ney 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 fUe 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 wUl 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
    NoUce of Administration has
    been mailed are required,
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE, to file any objections
    they may have that challenges
    the validity of the decedent's
    will, the qualifications of the
    personal representative, or the
    venue or jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED. JT
    Date of the first publication of
    this NoUce of AdmlnlstraUon:
    March 24.1978.
    Haskel Schlff
    LolsC Holzman
    As Personal RepresentaUves
    of the Kstateof
    FAYE SCHIFF,
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    FAUNCE, FINK
    at FORMAN
    3000 Biscayne Boulevard
    Miami, Florida 33137
    Telephone: 371-5471
    March 24, 31,1978
    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. 78-3433 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    MARGARET E. FARRELL,
    Petitioner/Wife,
    and
    RICHARD JOSEPH FARRELL
    Respondent / Husband.
    TO: RICHARD JOSEPH
    FARRELL
    22110 Haynea
    Farmlngton HUia.
    Michigan 48024
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
    FIED that an action
    Dissolution of Marriage has been
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    written defenses, If any, to It on
    BRUCE LAMCHICK. ESQ.,
    attorney for PeUUoner, whose
    address is 3628 NE 2nd Avenue,
    Miami, Florida 33137, and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    April 28, 1978; otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or peUUon.
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secuUve weeks In THE JEWISH
    FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami,
    Florida on this 21 day of March,
    1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By E. Telia
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal l
    BRUCE LAMCHICK. ESQ.
    3628 NE 2nd Avenue
    Miami, Florida 33137
    Tel: (805)645-7256
    Attorney for PeUUoner
    March 24, 31; April 7,14.1978
    you for the relief demanded in
    the complaint or peUUon.
    This noUce shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secuUve weeks in THE JEWISH
    FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 20 day of March.
    1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By M. J. Hartnett
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    HOWARD HILL
    BENNETT, ESQ.
    Attorney for Petluoner
    Suite 520. Biscayne Building
    19 West Flagler Street
    Miami. Florida 33130
    379-1885
    ("0'r Attorney for Petitioner
    March 24. 31; April 7.14.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT INANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Cast NO. It-3537 FC
    NOTICE BY
    PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    JOANEL PERICLES.
    Husband
    and ETCHNITE MARA
    PERICLES, Wife
    TO: ETCHNITE MARA
    PERICLES
    c / o Mrs. LamraUne Alceus
    230 Avenue Magloire
    Ambrosse
    Rue. Port-auPrlnce,
    HalU
    LEGAL NOTICES
    tOartOW, whose address is
    C/O FAUNCE. FINK A FOR
    MAN, 3000 Biscayne Blvd..
    Miami. Fla. 33137. The name and
    address of the personal rep
    resentaUve'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
    representaUve.
    All persons Interested in the
    estate to whom a copy of this
    NoUce of Administration has
    been mailed are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE, to file any obJecUons
    they may have that challenges
    the validity of the decedent s
    will, the qualifications of the
    personal representative, or the
    venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
    OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    WILL BE FOREVER
    LEGAL NOTICES
    Merchandise Bazaar
    Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
    ite is sponsoring its annual ba- peal-Israel EMergency Fund were (left to right): Co-Cha
    .a, o. t\u> Surfaufe rVtmmtinitv Adrienne Stokols; South Dade Campaign Chairman I
    vital; Co-Chairman t
    Alumni Physicu
    To Re-Unite He
    Featured at a buffet i
    of the Albert Einstein l'olkfi|
    Medicine to be held April 2*
    be alumni physicians from I
    area. Included will be Drs
    Charles Weiss. Earl B Bur
    Norman Bloom. Joseph E
    and Monte Lichiteger.
    JERROLD Sharkey. Lam I
    ment. Robert (Irenitz. Sydner|
    Cole and Morton F. Freunan
    Philip Frost. Connie R Gol
    stein. Michael S. Goldstein. D
    vid Epstein and Joel Schneider]
    Joseph A. Singer. Martini
    dy. Maurice Strahlberg. Edm
    ZahnandDr Stephen (loMbi
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    At Beth Sholom
    Janet Heno. state am
    will speak to the monthly Bit
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    day. March 26 at 10:30 ami
    Temple Heth Sholom
    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. 7S-3S24 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    DENNIS ALBERT AUBREY,
    PeUUoner,
    and
    KATHLEEN AUBREY.
    Respondent.
    TO: KATHLEEN AUBREY
    c/oMrs. Nibbe
    3A3 Annas Retreat
    St. Thomas. U.S.
    Virgin Is lands 00801
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that an action for
    Dissolution of Marriage has been
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    written defenses, if any, to it on
    HOWARD HILL BENNETT,
    ESQ., attorney for Petluoner,
    whose address is Suite 820. 19
    West Flagler Street, Miami,
    Florida 33130. and fUe the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    Apnl 28, 1878; otherwise a
    default will ba entered against
    YOU ARE HEREBY noUfied
    that a PeUUon for Dissolution of AND
    Marriage has been filed against FILED
    you and you are hereby required BARRED
    ST2i S?Py f }'our,Bnwer or Date of the first publicaUon of
    e^H^nagnrt.,*P/,VUOn0nthU N0Uce AdmlnlstraUon
    LE%TeT VERSAUOwrhoe.ye ""'^
    address Is 1464 NW 17 Avenue.
    Miami, Florida 33125, and file the
    original with the Clerk of the
    above styled Court on or before
    this 28 day of April. 1978. or a
    Default will be entered against ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    ^DATED thi. 20 day of March. ESmSd***
    RICHA(5frkPofTeNKER ^""^""Forma,
    C?rcul,Court gStafaS^80"1-*"-
    m.k% P!re^., ~. Miami, Florida 33137
    March24, 31; April 7,14. 1978 Telephone: 3715471
    March 24, 31,1978
    HYMAN SCHIFRIN and
    BRUCE SCHIFRIN
    As Personal RepresentaUve
    of the Estate of
    GEORGE LEVINE
    Deceased
    IN THECIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 7I-1H3
    Division 01
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    GEORGE LEVINE.
    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 admlnlstraUon of
    the estate of GEORGE LEVINE,
    deceased, File Number 78-1963,
    Is pending In the Circuit Court for
    DADE County, Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which is
    73 West Flagler St.. Miami, Fla.
    33130 The personal rep-
    resentaUve of the estate Is
    HYMAN SCHIFRIN and BRUOT
    rn2?JlCB 0F TION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COUK I Oh
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No. 71-3351 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    NANCY CECILIA CLAUDIO
    PeUUoner,
    and
    GUILLERMO CLAUDIO,
    Respondent
    TO: Mr GulllermoClaudio
    Residence Address
    Unknown
    FlFn A"? "EREBV NOTI-
    52S ..lh,t a PeUUon for
    S fiuU-n i your M*'rt"K" ha.
    been filed and commenced in this
    court and you are required
    to
    serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any, to it on Stone,
    Sostchin A Gonzalez, P.A., at-
    torney for PeUUoner, whose
    address is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
    Miami. FL 33128. and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    April 28th. 1978; otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or peUUon.
    This noUce shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secuUve weeks in The Jewish
    Floridlan
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami,
    Florida on this 20th day of
    March. 1978
    RICHARD P BRINKER.
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade Countv. Florida
    By Deborah G. Hess
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    Stone. Sostchin A
    Gonzalez. PA.
    By: Gulllermo Sostchin. Esq
    101 NW 12th Avenue
    Miami. FL 33128
    Attorney for PeUUoner
    Tel: 1306)324-4505
    March 24. 31. April 7, 14.1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business under the fic-
    titious name BRICKELL PLACE
    CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
    Intends to register aald name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida.
    BRICKELLPLACE
    CONDOMINIUM
    ASSOCIATION, INC.
    1901 Brlckell Avenua. Box D
    Miami. Florida 38129
    March24, 31; April 7.14,1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the
    fictitious name G.K.S. PART-
    NERSHIP at 1035 NE 125th
    Street. North Miami, Fla. 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
    NORMAGARDNER
    Attorney
    HARVEY BAXTER. ESQ
    __________March 3.10. 17,24.1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the
    fictitious name of U.Y.A at
    number 18401 NE 19th Avenue, in
    the city of North Miami Beach.
    Florida, intends to register the
    said name with the Clerk of the
    circuit court of Dade County,
    Florida
    Dated at Miami Beach,
    Florida, this 23rd day of
    February, 1978.
    u ROBERT WOODARD
    HARVEY D FRIEDMAN,
    Esquire
    Attorney for Applicant
    420 Lincoln Road, Suite 392
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    March 3,10. 17.24,1978
    Parents of America
    Israelis to Meet
    Th South Florida chapwl
    the Association of Parents f
    American Israelis will mart.
    day. March 26. 12:30 P I
    Washington Federal Savings!
    Loan Association Bank^Wj.
    167th St.. North Miami BeaM
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAMiU"
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVB
    that the underHgned. deilj
    engage In burtiets **r
    tltlous name DANA *,
    Dade County. Florida.
    DALIACAI.ER0
    ANA MARCHANTE
    March24.3l.April^
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME U*
    NOTICE IS HEREBY QW"
    that the undersigned deiiroij
    engage in business "t*"'fc
    UUoua name CORAL*-
    APTS at 3622 NE 198thStrsft]
    Miami Beach. Florid*"
    intend to register IW"""-.
    the Clerk of the Circuit Cou^
    Dade County. Florida
    IRE UCHTER
    HENRY rX)RFMA>
    ALLEN CHARLLP314'
    PARTNERSHIP
    March24.31.Apnn"'
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME[UP
    NOTICE IS HKREI" $*
    that the undersigned^*^
    engage in ""^^.^O.f
    tltlous name COMOUon.
    W. Flagler Street *
    Miami intends to J**,
    name with the clerk of^^
    cult Court of W"
    """modern design
    .FtorldaCorFor*^
    March24.31; April'.'


    LEGAL NOTICE^
    MELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    Hfi!cUlTINANDFOR
    .nefOUNTY, FLORIDA
    lor The Marriage of
    Km saroon
    6,UUoner-Wlfe
    Lee.sardon
    IMpondent-Huaband
    OALLE JORGE
    SAENZ No. 1174
    lMIRAFLORESl
    LEGAL NOTICES
    Deceased
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL. OTHER
    F'ERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE:
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that the administration of
    the estate of MOLLY RAPO
    PORT, deceased. File Number
    78-1271, la pending In the Circuit
    Court for DADE County, Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of
    which Is 73 West Flagler Street.
    Miami. Fla The personal rep- ,,
    resentatlve of the estate Is I !**'s FROM E DATE OF
    MATILDA ROSENBERG, whose FIRST PUBLICATION OF
    SINGER, deceased. File
    Number 78 1574. Is pending in the
    Circuit Court for DADE County,
    Florida. Probate Division, the
    address of which is 73 W. Flagler
    Street, Miami, Florida 33130 The
    personal representatives of the
    estate are RENE IVLER. BAR
    BARA RITA SIGMAN, and
    MYRON J. SINGER, whose
    addresses are set forth below.
    The name and address of the
    personal representative's at-
    torney are set forth below.
    All persons having claims or
    demands against the estate are
    required, WITHIN THREE
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    address is 6831 SW 147th Ave .
    Miami, Fla. The name and ad-
    fcol' ARE HEREBY NOTT- ^pss of t|,e personal rep-
    Irn that an action for resentatlve's attorney are set
    oluUon of Marriage, where forth below.
    All persons having claims or
    demands against the estate are
    wiener l asking Tit.e to
    -, 4. Block 5. GREEN
    ILADE VILLAS, according
    the Plat thereof as
    eorded In Plat Book 97 at
    30 of the Public
    of Hade County.
    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
    ptfc
    Rf cords
    Florida
    required, WITHIN THREE ,ne creditor or his agent or at
    MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF 'orney. and the amount claimed
    THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF tne c|aim is not yet due, the
    THIS NOTICE, to file with the dfl,e when wl" become due
    clerk of the above court a written sha" be stated If the claim is
    statement of any claim or contingent or unliquidated, the
    been (lied against you and demand they may have Each nature of the uncertainty shall be
    are required to serve a copy
    written defenses. If any,
    ii'on LOUH R HELLER.
    Attorney (or Petitioner.
    address is 420 Lincoln
    d Suite 23* Miami Beach,
    33139. and (He the
    with the Clerk of the
    Iflda
    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
    stated. If the claim Is secured,
    the security shall be described.
    The claimant shall deliver suf-
    ficient copies of the claim to the
    clerk to enable the clerk to mall
    one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons Interested In the
    n styled Court on or before ^nUn-Mit or unliquidated, the e?Ute lo wnom a copy ,hls
    197S; otherwise
    [ault will be ei '
    j for the relief demanded In
    iwcnplaint or petition
    Wi notice shall be published
    |e each week lor (our con-
    aitive weeks In the JEWISH
    ORIDIAN
    (ITTNESS my hand and the
    of said Court at Miami.
    Irtda on this 16 day of March.
    [RICHARDP BRINKER
    AsClerk. Circuit Court
    DadeCounty. Florida
    ByC P Copeland
    As Deputy Clerk
    March24.31 April 7. 14,1978
    |THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    PACE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 78 1872
    Division 02
    ire estate of
    Injamin mav
    leceased
    NOTICE i IF
    ADMINISTRATION
    ALL PERSONS HAVING
    IM1I8 OR DEMANDS
    'ST THE ABOVE
    TATK AND ALL OTHER
    RSONS INTERESTED IN
    : ESTATE
    ARE HEREBY NOTI
    ED that the administration of
    I estate o( BEN1 \\i:n MAN
    ft deceased File Number 78-
    is pending in tne Circuit
    brt (or Dade County Florida,
    Bbate Division the address of
    I I Sir,-mi
    ni. Florida 33130 The-
    onal representative u( the
    1SIE !i MANDEI
    I BEATRICE H \l \\
    whose id Weil
    Api M Miami Bch,
    la 33138 The name and
    o( Ihi r-|>
    iei
    below
    1 persons having claims or
    ulred. within THREE
    PTO FROM THE DATE OF
    !FIR8TPUBLICATION OF
    S NOTICE to file ith the
    '!ne above court a written
    *ment of any claim or
    Pnd they may have Each
    rnust be in writing and
    indicate the basis for the
    the name and address of
    creditor or his agent or at
    ) and the amount claimed
    f claim is not yet due. the
    IL n WIU ^come due
    .- !Uted <*"> claim is
    "ngent or unliquidated, the
    ^".'^uncertainty shall be
    ., J1""" l8 secured. ~
    curUy ,. be de8Cr|bed
    Bci.nl?1 Sha" dellv"
    "clerk T'\' lne clalm to
    I ,0 enabl* >he clerk to
    Persons Interested in the
    copy of this
    has
    HIN""thri-'i- w5ulred'
    M THVn MONTHS
    may h ".?">' J*ctlons
    quallflcauon. of Ve
    HgSEttZ
    RED BE FOREVER
    So^IrH" '.lrM Publ|catlon of
    iim Adm""ttion:
    BESSIE B MANDEL.
    k a BEATRICE B.
    lo whom
    '' Administration'
    mailed are
    nature of the uncertainty shall be
    stated If the claim is secured,
    the security shall be described
    The claimant shall deliver suf-
    ficient 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 OK 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
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration
    March 24. 1978
    Matilda Rosenberg
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    MOLLY RAPOPORT
    I ie>< i
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    RICHARD KROOP ESQ
    KWITNEY KROOP 4
    SCHEINBERGP A.
    130 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach. Fla SSUS
    Telephone: 305-538 TWO
    March24 Si, IOTJ
    SAMUEL AND
    LILLIAN LICHTENSTEIN
    CHARITABLE AND
    EDUCATIONAL
    FOUNDATION INC
    Principal activity of this
    organization li to accumulaU b
    sufficient capital for the follow
    int purpoaei
    inn son Lawrence Liechten-
    stein, is a full Professor of Medl
    cal Research of the Johns
    Hopkins University and Hospital
    in the area of Immunology He
    will be experimenting In the
    cures of allergies and other
    diseases.
    These experiments will
    require huge sums of capital
    accumulation
    Doctor Llchtensteln also
    teaches and lectures all over the
    world In these special fields This
    too will require huge sums
    He Is also a cllnitlon for in-
    dividuals to survive their
    ailments.
    March 24, 1978 .
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the fic-
    titious name NUCLEAR CAR
    DIOLOGY ASSOCIA :ES at 4300
    Alton Road. Miami Beach,
    Florida 33140 Intend to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    50 percent PHILIP SAMET
    CARDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES
    PA.
    50 percent MIAMI BEACH
    RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES
    Attorneys for
    SPARBER. ZEMEL, ROSKIN.
    HEILBRONNER. KARP
    4 ROSEN. PA.
    lS.E.Srd Avenue
    Ste 3050
    Miami. Florida 33151
    Notice of Administration has
    been mailed are required,
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST Pl'BI.ICATION 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
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 24,1978
    RENE IVLER
    \s Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    Jacob Singer
    i leceased
    2M Waverly Avenue
    Baal Rockawaj N v 11518
    BARBARA RITA SIGMAN
    a.- Personal Representative
    of the Estate ol
    Jacob Singer
    - Harbor Road
    Hewlette Harbor, NY
    11B57
    MYRON J SINGER
    Vs Personal Representative
    l.i. ob Sinner l lei e
    217 Kvenl Avenue
    Hewletl Harbor 11557
    IRNEY FOR PERSON M
    REPRESENTATIVE
    Myers Kaplan Le\ Inson
    Kenln .v Rli hards
    1128 Hmi kell Vvenue,
    Suite :
    H\ Edwin M Glnsburg
    Telephone 305 SI
    Man h24 31 1878
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
    thai the undersigned desiring to
    engage In business under the
    fictitious name of DISTRI-
    CENTER at number 4(ii \U
    until Avenue In the City of
    Miami, Florida, intends to
    register the laid name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    i lade County, Florida
    Dated at Miami. Florida, this
    17th dav of March. 1978.
    HA YWARDS HEATH
    INVESTMENT, N V
    By Luis Fernando
    Echavarrla. President
    Gregorto Robbin
    Feman Jaramillo
    Thomas J Dlxon
    March 24, 31; April 7, 14.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77 MO
    Division No. 33
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    CHARI.ES K BRl'NNER
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
    PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE:
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that the administration of
    the estate of CHARLES K.
    BRl'NNER, deceased. File
    Number 77-980. Is pending In the
    Circuit Court for Dade County.
    Florida. Probate Division, the
    address of which Is Dade County
    Courthouse. 73 West Flagler
    Street. Miami, Florida 33130. The
    Po MANDEL. As
    1 M&^^ve
    Rt Estate of
    BNMMIN MANDEL
    BfORNfv rn Deceased
    ^"Ohe 261-0752
    ^_______March 24, 31,1978
    ' Number 78-1271
    PE Fife0"01
    Tel 358-7990
    March 24, 31; April 7. 14.1978 personal "PJ*9?"""^. Hit
    __________________________________ estate Is JEROME BRl'NNER
    whose address is 14800 NE 12th
    Avenue. North Miami. Florida
    The name and address of the
    personal representative's attor-
    ney are set forth below.
    All persons having claims or
    demands against the estate are
    required WITHIN THREE
    MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST Pl'BI.ICATION OF
    THIS NOTICE to file with the
    Clerk of the above court a written
    statement of any claim or
    demand they may have Each
    claim must be in writing and
    must indicate the basis for the
    claim the name and address of
    the creditor or his agent or at-
    torney and the amount claimed
    If the claim Is not yet due the
    dale when it will become due
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 7 1574
    Division (03)
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    JACOB SINGER,
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    (ANCILLARY
    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 anclllarv admin-
    istration of the estate of JACOB
    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 I'l HI.ICATIONOFTHIS
    NOTICE, to file any objections
    they may have that challenges
    the validity of the decedent's
    will, the qualifications of the
    personal representative, or the
    venue or jurisdiction of the court
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER
    HARKED
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 17,1978.
    JEROME J. BRl'NNER
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    CHARLES K.
    BRl'NNER, Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    FRIEDMAN 0 ROBBINS
    By: Marjorle F Robblns
    MARJORIE F. ROBBINS
    1875 NE 163rd St..
    N Miami Beach. Fla
    Telephone: 945-7696
    March 17. 24,1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 78-1249
    Division 02
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    ANNA WAI.DMAN.
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
    PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE
    VOL ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that the administration of
    lhe estate of ANNA WAI.DMAN.
    deceased, File Number 78-1269,
    i-pending in the Circuit Court for
    Dade County Florida, Probate
    I Ih ision. the address of which Is
    ?:i West Flagler Street, Miami.
    Florida The personal rep-
    resentative of the estate is
    MILDRED WAI.DMAN
    FELDMAN. whose address Is 139
    East 35thStreet, New York, New
    York 10016 The name and ad-
    df( SS of lhe personal rep
    resentatlve's attorney are set
    forth he low.
    All persons having claims or
    demands against the estate are
    required. WITHIN THREE
    MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST PIHLICATION OF
    THIS NOTICE, to file with the
    clerk of the above court a written
    Itatemenl 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.
    II 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,
    lhe security shall be described.
    The claimant shall deliver
    sufficient copies of the claim to
    lhe clerk to enable the clerk to
    mall one copy to each personal
    representative.
    All persons Interested In the
    estate to whom a copy of this
    Notice of Administration has
    been mailed are required,
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OF THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
    NOTICE, to file any objections
    they may have that challenges
    the validity of the decedent's
    will, the qualifications of the
    personal representative, or the
    venue or jurisdiction of the court.
    ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED
    torney, RONALD L. DAVIS.
    Esq PA, Suite M 114 Blscayne
    Building. 19 W. Flagler Street,
    Miami, Florida 33130, PHONE:
    379-2851, and file 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 14 I con-
    secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
    FLORIDIAN
    DATED at Miami. Dade Coun-
    ty. Florida, this 3rd day of
    March. 1978.
    RICHARD P BRINKER, Clerk
    Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By C P Copeland
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court SeaD
    March 10.17. 24. 31.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASE NO 78 2093 FC
    Div. I O Simons
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    FOR AMENDED PETITION
    FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    NEIL PERLMUTTER.
    Petitioner Husband
    and
    DONNA ELAINE
    PERLMUTTER.
    Respondent Wife
    TO DONNA ELAINE
    PERLMUTTER
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU. DONNA ELAINE
    PERI.MITTER, Are hereby no-
    tified that a Petition (Amended)
    for Dissolution of Marriage has
    been filed against you, and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the
    Petition (Amended) for Dissolu-
    tion of Marriage on Petition-
    er Husband's attorney. RO-
    NALD I. DAVIS. Esq. PA
    Suite M I14HISCAYNE BUIL-
    DING. ID W FLAGLER
    STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDA
    3S130; PHONE 379-2851. and file
    the original Answer or Pleading
    m the Office of the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court on or before the
    14th day of April. 1978 If you fall
    to do so. judgment by default will
    be taken against you for the re-
    lief demanded in the Amended
    Petition for Dissolution of Mar
    rlage
    This Notice shall be published
    Once each week for four i 4 i con-
    secutive weeks in THE JEW ISH
    FLORIDIAN
    DATED at Miami. Dade Coun-
    ty Florida, this 3rd dav of
    March. 1078
    RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
    Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    B] C. P Copeland
    Deputy Clerk
    I Circuit Court Seal)
    March 1(1. 17. 24. 31, 1978
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 17, 1978.
    MILDRED WALDMAN
    FELDMAN
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    ANNA WALDMAN
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    JOSHUAH SIDNEY
    SHULTZ.P.A.
    1351 Stlllwater Drive
    Miami Beach. Florida 33141
    Telephone: (305) 885-5861
    March 17. 24.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASEN0.78-27B8FC
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
    ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: Marriage of
    EUGENIE DUFFUS ROIJ.E
    Petitioner Wife
    and
    JACOB ROLLE
    Respondent Husband
    TO: JACOB ROLLE
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU. JACOB ROLLE. are
    hereby notified that a Petition
    for Annulment of Marriage has
    been filed against you. and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    your Answer or Pleading to the
    Petition for Annulment of Mar-
    riage on Petitioner Wife's at-
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 78-2439FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    RODRIGO Jl'AN MARTINEZ,
    and
    MARIA ARCADIA HORTA
    MARTINEZ
    TO Maria Arcadia Horta
    Martinez
    Last Known Residence
    2028 SW. 6 Street
    Apt. 12
    Miami, Florida
    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 ROY
    GONZALEZ, JR., attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is
    STONE. SOSTCHIN & GONZA-
    LEZ. P A 101 N.W. 12thAvenue.
    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
    i seal of said court at Miami, Flo-
    1 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:! 10. 17.24. 1978
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE EL EVE NTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No. 7*2413 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    GRAZYNA SZCZERBALA.
    Petitioner.
    and
    CZESLAW SZCZERBALA,
    Respondent.
    TO: CZESLAW SZCZERBALA
    Pabianlce, Poland
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that an action for
    Dissolution of Marriage has been
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    ' written defenses, If any, to It on
    Alan J Hodln, attorney for Pe-
    titioner, whose address Is One
    Blscayne Tower. Suite 2250. Two
    South Blscayne Blvd., Miami,
    FI. 33131, and file the original
    with lhe clerk of the above styled
    court on or before April 7th, 1978;
    otherwise a default will be en-
    tered against you for the relief
    demanded In the complaint or
    petition.
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con
    mi utive weeks In THF: JEWISH
    FLORIDIAN.
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 23 day of
    February, 1978.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    ByG.S Carlle
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ALAN J HODIN
    MILLS. HODIN. LONDON
    & GILBERT. PA.
    One Biscayne Tower
    Suite 2250
    Two South Blscayne
    Boulevard
    Attorney for Petitioner
    Miami. Florida 33131
    13051 358-7122
    March 3. 10. 17.24,1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Case No 78-2895 FC
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    SARAH JOHNSON, Wife
    and ULYSSES
    JOHNSON. Husband
    TO: ULYSSES JOHNSO.I
    (Residence Unknown)
    YOU ARE HEREBY notified
    that a Petition for Dissolution of
    Marriage has been filed against
    you and you are hereby reqUred '
    to serve a copy of your answer or
    other pleading to the Petition on
    the Wife's attorney. HARVEY D
    ROGERS, whose address Is 1401
    N W. 17th Avenue. Miami.
    Florida 33125. and file the
    original with the Clerk of the
    above styled Court on or before
    the 21st day of April. 1978, or a
    Default will be entered against
    you
    DATED this 9th dav of March.
    1978
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By Deborah G Hess
    March 17, 24. 31; Aprll7.1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business under the
    fictitious name EDDI ANN R
    FREEMAN ,v ASSOCIATES, A
    FLORIDA CORPORATION at 90
    Edgewaler Drive. Coral Gables.
    Florida 38144 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
    EDDIKANN R. FREEMAN
    2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
    Ste. 315
    Coral Gables. FL 33134
    March 10, 17. 24. 31, 1978
    CIRCUITCOURT,
    HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No 7*2658 FC
    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
    Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136.
    and file original with Clerk of
    Court on or before April 7. 1978;
    otherwise the Petition will 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 UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business under the
    fictitious name CLOSET DECOR
    at 8247 SW 124 St., Miami, Fla
    intends to register said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dade County. Florida.
    Miami Carpet Company
    March 17. 24, 31; April 7,1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business under the
    fictitious name RADERMAN
    CARPET COMPANY at 8247 SW
    124 St., Miami, Fla. Intends to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida
    Miami Carpet Company
    March 17, 24, 31; April7,1978


    LKOAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTKt OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    . (NO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION
    NO. 7W0IFC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of:
    JUANVILLAR,
    Petitioner,
    and
    BEATRIZ VILLAR.
    Respondent.
    TO: Mts Beatrix Vlllar
    Residence Unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that a petition (or Dissolu-
    tion of your Marriage has been
    filed and commenced In this
    court and you are required to
    serve a copy of your written de-
    fenses, If any, to It on Glsela Car-
    donne. Stone, Soatohln A Gonza-
    lez. PA., attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
    Avenue, Miami. FL 33128, and
    file the original with the clerk of
    the above styled court on or be-
    fore Feb. X. 1*78: otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each wek for four consecu-
    tive weeks In The Jewish Florl-
    cnan
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami, Flo-
    rida on this nth day of January,
    1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER,
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    ByB. Llpps
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal l
    '.isela Cardonne
    Stone, Sostchln A Gonzalez, P.A.
    101 N.W. 12th Avenue
    Miami. FL 33128
    Glsela Cardonne
    Attorney for Petitioner
    (306)324-4505
    March 17. 24, 31; April 7,, 1978
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NO PROPERTY)
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    Case No. 78-3119 F.C.
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    CHARLES W. EVE.
    Husband,
    and
    JANIEP.
    MASHACK EVE. Wife.
    TO: JANIEP.
    MASHACK EVE
    RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that a petition for
    Dissolution of your Marriage has
    been filed and commenced In this
    court and you are required to
    serve a copy of your written
    defenses. If any. to It on Richard
    1 Kroop. Kwltney. Kroop &
    Schelnberg. P.A.. 420 Lincoln
    Road. Suite 512. Miami Beach,
    Florida, attorney for Petitioner,
    whose address Is c o Kwltnev.
    Kroop A Schelnberg. PA.. 420
    Lincoln Road. Suite 512. Miami
    Beach, Florida 33139. and file Ihe
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    April 21. 1978: otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief prayed for In
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secutive weeks In THE JEWISH
    FLORID1AN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 10 day of March,
    1978.
    RICHARD P BRINKER.
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County, Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    Kwltney, Kroop &
    Schelnberg. PA.
    420 Lincoln Road.
    Suite 512
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    Attorney for Petitioner
    March 17, 24,31. April 7.1978
    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
    FTLED WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED.
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 17.1978.
    HARRY H. HARPELand
    BEATRICE B. FREEDMAN
    As Personal Representatives
    of the Estate of
    MAX HARPEL
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVES:
    HENRY M. WAITZKIN
    740 71st Street
    Miami Beach. Florida 33141
    Telephone: (305)865-0353
    March 17. 24.1978
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 78-1700
    Division 03
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    MAX HARPEL,
    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 MAX HARPEL. de
    ceased, File Number 78-1700, is
    pending In the Circuit Court for
    Dade County, Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which Is
    73 W. Flagler Street. Miami. Flo-
    rida. The personal representa-
    tives of the estate are Harry H.
    Harpel and Frances B. Freed-
    man, whose address Is c/oHen-
    ry M. WalUBn. Esq.. 740 71st
    Street. Miami Beach. Florida
    33141. The nsfme and address of
    the peraonal representative's at-
    torney are set forth below.
    All persona 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
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No.
    71-3020 F.C.
    ACTION FOR
    CHANGE OF NAME
    IN RE: Margarita
    Mercedes Rodriguez Lum,
    a minor, by and through
    her mother and natural
    guardian. Margaret Emma
    Abadln. Changing Name to:
    MARGARITA MERCEDES
    ABADIN. Petitioner
    TO: LEONELCARREIRA
    RODRIGUEZ, father
    Residence and mailing
    address unknown.
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that an action for Change
    of Name has been filed against
    you and you are required to
    serve a copy of your written
    defenses, if any. to it on Harvey
    D. Friedman, attorney for Pe-
    titioner, whose address is 420
    Lincoln Road, Suite 392. Miami
    Beach. Florida, and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    April 12. 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 9 day of March.
    1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    As Deputy Clerk
    i Circuit Court Seal i
    March 17, 24. 31: April", 1978
    INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Civil Action No. 78-3170 FC
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    RADOSLAV JOC1C.
    Petitioner Husband,
    and
    OLIVERA JOCIC.
    Wife Respondent.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    To: Ollvera Joclc
    241 Danforth Avenue
    Toronto, Ontario,
    Canada
    You are hereby notified to file
    your Answer or other pleading to
    the Petition for Dissolution of
    Marriage with the Clerk of the
    Court and mail a copy of same to
    Petitioners Attorney, HENRY
    M. WAITZKIN. 740 71st Street.
    Miami Beach. Florida 33141. on
    or before the 21 day of April.
    1978: or this Petition for Dis-
    solution of Marriage filed
    against you will be taken as
    confessed.
    DATED this 13 day of March.
    1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINKER.
    Clerk of Circuit Court
    by: Willie Bradshaw Jr.
    Deputy Clerk
    March 17. 24, 31; April 7.1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the fic-
    titious name L. P. Hughes A As-
    sociates at 1000 N Miami Ave..
    Miami, Fla. 33138 Intends to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    Louis P. Graner,
    Owner President
    March 17. 24. 31; April 7.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 71 542
    Division 02
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    JACK GREENE
    Deceased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    LMAL NOTICES--------------
    AGAINST THE ABOVE
    ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
    PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE:
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that the administration of
    the estate of JACK GREENE,
    deceased, File Number 78-542, is
    pending In the Circuit Court for
    Dade County. Florida. Probate
    Division, the address of which Is
    3rd floor. Dade County Court-
    house, 73 W. Flagler St., Miami.
    Fla. The Joint personal rep-
    resentatives of the estate are
    Aaron Greenberg A Abe Dash,
    whose address Is 3901 S Ocean
    Dr.. Hollywood, A 2899 Collins
    Ave.. MB. The name and ad-
    dress of the personal rep-
    resentative'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
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 17.1978.
    Aaron Greenberg
    Abe Dash
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    Jack Greene
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    DONNA R BLAUSTE1N
    1753 Alton Road No. 106
    Miami Beach. Florida 33139
    Telephone 672-0927
    _______________March 17 m 11'7>
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the fie
    tltious name of FRATERNAL
    ORDER OK SECT RITY OFFI
    CERS at 14<)1 S \\ 1ST STREET
    MIAMI. FLA. 88130. SUITE 202
    Intend* to reglstei
    with the Clerk ol U i
    Court ol Dade ('ounti Florida
    in: CARLOS E CUE ITS
    WILFREDODE / WAS
    March 3, 10 17 .
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    " NOTICI IS HEREBY <;:\ EN
    thai th>- undersigned desli
    engage in busli the
    us name ol RIK Ri IK
    AND COMPANY at 10341 East
    Broadview 1 irive, Bay Hai
    Island, Florida 33154 Intend to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit ('curt of
    Dade County Florida
    ROSALIE GASCO
    RICKY SCHREIBER
    Attorneys for
    RIK ROKANIHOMI'ANY
    March 3. 10, 17 24, 17S
    LEGAL NOTICES
    LEGAL NOTICES
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business under the fic-
    titious 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 County. Florida.
    EDITH NAAR
    100 percent owner
    DANIEL MKEIL
    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 fic-
    titious anme of SHOCHET PUB-
    LICATIONS Intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida
    FRED K. SHOCHET
    March 17. 24. 31; April 7,1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage In business under the fic-
    titious names of Grove Nauti-
    lus Nautilus Physical Fitness
    Center Intends to register said
    names with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dade County, Flo-
    rida.
    Muscletronlca. Inc.
    3333 Rice St.
    Coconut Grove, Fla. 33133
    March 17, 24. 31; April7,1978
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring to
    engage in business at 721 Uncohi
    Lane North, Miami Beach.
    noridA under the fictitious
    name of Loving Plants. Intends
    to register the said name with
    the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County, Florida.
    Hallna Margulles
    1745 Lenox Avenue
    Miami Beach. Florida
    MARK J FRIEDMAN
    Attorney At Law
    350 Lincoln Road.
    Suite 422
    Miami Beach. Florida
    March 17. 24. 31; April 7.1978
    INTHECIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 78-1417
    Division 02
    IN RE: ESTATE OF
    GEORGE BERNSTEIN.
    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-
    IFED that the administration of
    the estate of GEORGE BERN
    STEIN, deceased. File Number
    78-1687, Is pending In the Circuit
    Court for Dade County, Florida.
    Probate Division, the address of
    which is 73 W. Flagler Street,
    Miami, Florida. The personal
    representative of the estate Is
    PEARL BERNSTEIN, whose
    address is 8401 SW 107 Avenue,
    Apt 223 E. Miami. Florida The
    name and address of the per-
    sonal representative's attorney
    are set forth below
    All persons having claims or
    demands against the estate are
    required. WITHIN THREE
    MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
    THE FIRST ITBl.K'ATION 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 deal ribed
    The claimant shall del
    sufficient copies of the claim ti
    the clerk to enable the clerk lo
    mall one copy to each per-
    representatl
    All persons interested in the
    estate to whom a copy of this
    Notice ol Administration has
    been mailed are required.
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM 'nil: DATE OF THE
    VVI'iN OF THIS
    NOTICE
    they may have that
    the valldlt) ol lent'i
    will, the qualifications of the
    personal r> | r the
    i ourt
    ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS,
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL BE FOREVER
    LED
    bat. <: the fust publication of
    this v
    March 17 : I -
    PEARL Bl
    As I live

    GEORGE BERNSTEIN
    1 leceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSi IN U
    REPRESENTATIVE
    Leo Plotkin
    6970SW 4 Street
    Miami. Florida 33144
    Telephone 261 -0752
    March 17. 24.197S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
    that the undersigned, desiring tc,
    engage In business under the fic-
    titious name of Carvirama In-
    surance Advisors intends to reg-
    ister said name with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
    Florida. "
    Victor M. Vega
    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 Pasta Factory
    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 l\ Sarlna. Pres.
    __________March3, 10, |7, 24. 197*
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASEN0.78-2S38FC
    NOTICE BY
    PUBLICATION
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    CAROL LEE CHAMPAGNE
    Petitioner,
    and
    LEOJOSEPH
    CHAMPAGNE,
    Respondent.
    YOU, LEO JOSEPH CHAM
    PAGNE, Route 7, Box 490, Au-
    gusta, Georgia 30906, ARE
    HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILE
    your written response to this ac-
    tion for dissolution of marriage
    with the Clerk of the above
    Court, and serve a copy upon Pe-
    Utloner's Attorneys, 8AUL 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. 1978. else the Petition for
    Dissolution of Marriage will be
    taken as confessed.
    DATED: FEB 27.1978.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    ByN A Hewett
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal I
    Published four consecutive
    weeks In JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    March 3. 10. 17.24. 1978
    INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No. 7A2943 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE: The Marriage of
    SHELLEY MATTES, wife,
    and
    DANIEL E. MATTES. JR..
    husband.
    TO: DANIEL E
    MATTES, JR.
    33 POND AVENUE,
    APT B1216
    BROOKLINE,
    MASSACHUSETTS
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    FIED that an action for
    Dissolution of Marriage has been
    filed against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    written defenses. If any, to It on
    ARTHUR H. LIPSON, attorney
    for Petitioner, whose address is
    9526 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI,
    FLORIDA 33165, and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    April 14. 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 7 day of March.
    1978.
    RICHARD I' BRINKER
    As Clerk, Circuit Court
    Dade County. Florida
    ByG S. Carlle
    As Deputy Clerk
    nt Court Seal i
    March 10. 17. 24. 31.1978
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 77 7725
    IN RE ESTATEOF
    Samuel Rlchman
    seed
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    \I.l. PERSONS HAVING
    claims or DEMANDS
    AGAINST THE AMOVE
    : l. AND ALL OTHER
    PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE:
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
    kiki i thai the administration of
    the estate ol Samuel Rlchman.
    ised, File Number 77-77S5,
    Circuit Court for
    I lorlda Pn
    i >u islon Ihe address of which is
    H : Miami.
    Florid Phe peraonal rep
    i the estate Is Ruth
    It W in x Rlchman
    i
    ipt 103 Bld| S,
    Lauderl 111 Fla 33819 The name
    'I the per
    repn meyaresel
    below
    Joseph Erdman Esq. i
    Sandier & Travis ih Hnrkeii

    All persons having claims or
    the estate are
    required WITHIN THREE
    M' INTHS FRi IM 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
    < l.ii -i 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 suf-
    ficient 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.
    Date of the first publication of
    this Notice of Administration:
    March 17, 1978.
    Ruth Roth stein A
    William A. Rlchman
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    Samuel Rlchman
    Deceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE:
    Joseph Erdman, Esq.
    c, o Sandier A Travis
    444 Brlckell Ave.
    Miami, Fla
    Telephone: (306)308-2413
    March 17,24.1978
    FAMILY OlVllE"
    ACTiONFORDl'so'^,
    R":TheMarrtgiof
    SILVIO GARCIA '
    Husband,
    and
    BEATRIZ GARCIA
    Wife
    TO: SILVIO GARCIA
    2345 NW 21st Ter
    Apt 2.
    Miami. Florida 3am
    ,hAf- HEREBY *J
    FIED that an action f0
    solution of Marriage ZI
    filed against you and yJ"
    required to serve a coma.
    written defenses, if any ?;
    TED E. TSOUPRakS^
    for Petitioner, whose *u
    220 Miracle MileSulte m M
    Gables. Florida 33134 m
    the original with theclert!
    ?V.ey!edcourtr,'5
    April 21st. 1978, othtrn
    default will be enter*?,!
    you for the relief deminS
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be pubgi
    once each week for touT
    eecutlve weeks in THE JE
    FLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand M
    seal of said court it to
    Florida on this 15th (a
    March, 1978.
    RICHARD P. BRINK!,
    AsClerk. Circuit Conn
    Dade County Floridj
    By Deborah G Hea
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal i
    TEDE.TSOt I'RAKE ESO
    220 Miracle Mile
    Suite 222.
    Coral Gables. Florida 33134
    (Phone: 443-1887
    Attorney for Petitioner
    March 17 :i ?; April)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURTS
    THE ELEVENTH JU0ICI11
    CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,III
    AND FOR DADE COUNT*
    Civil Action No 78-3301 Ft
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTIW
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The \i irrlageol
    WILLIAM ROI GE husbanl
    and
    EILEEN ROI GE.wifc
    TO EILEEN K
    1S6STAN1 RY DRIVE
    LONG ISLAND
    NEW YORK
    yOU ARE HEREBY NOfl
    FIED that an action
    Dissolution ol Marriagehasbi
    filed against you and you i
    required : <>p> ofi
    written 0> iny ton
    ARTHI'R H LIPSON, attoisl
    lor Petitioner whn.-e addrM
    9526 BIRD ROAD MIAMI FI
    nil \ I file the orua
    with the clerk I '.JieabowstvlB
    court on 01
    other* lac "IH **i
    tered ags nst you I
    lemai ded in the complain
    petit
    \\ ITNESS

    pioil ij of Ma)
    1978
    RICHAI
    \t Clei
    Dadi .ondi
    Bj
    I Circuit!
    Marcl V- _
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCT,E5ERVICI
    (NO PROPERTY!
    INTHE CIRCUIT C00RT0
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITOF FLORIDA l
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION
    NO 78 3296FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OFMARRIAGE
    IN RE The v..mage of
    REINAI.DOHERRERA
    Petitioner,
    and __
    ROSA ELENA ORTEGA
    HERRF.RA
    Respondent -.
    TO: ROSA KLENA ORTEGA
    HERRERA
    Ave CaranalloNo.MI*
    BIJIa and R I'erei
    San Fran, i-iode Paula
    Havana. Cuba -
    YOU ARE HEREBY >ff
    FIED that an action for vm
    tlon of Marriage has be. A
    against you and you are rej*
    to serve a copy of your .'_
    defenses. If any to it on-M"'
    C. GOODMAN BSQ-2
    for Petitioner, whose **
    Suite 520. 19 West Flager**
    Miami. Florida and U'W
    ginal with the clerk of UK"-
    styled court on or befo Apr
    1978: otherwise a default
    entered against you for uw"
    demanded In the compU*
    ^'.""notice shall be
    once eacn week forfour^
    tlve weeks In Trlfc
    FLORIDIAN d WITNESS my hnd *p
    seal of said court at Miam^
    rlda on this 15th day of ma*
    1978R,CHAR...'BR.N^
    As Clerk. Circuit (*n
    Dade County. Florida
    ByN A HeweU
    As Deputy CI'M
    MILTON C GOODMAN.""
    Attorney for Petitioner^
    Suite 620, BIscayneBuiloW
    19 West Flagler Street
    Miami, Florida 33130
    "Attorney for PetiO^,,,
    March 17. 24. 31. AF


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    SECTION C
    the thaeafc of Zionism
    the Cloth It has Wpouqht
    Dr Theodor Herzl, founder of the World Zionist Organization at the fix* Zionist Con-
    gmsinBasle. Switzerland, in 1903. He is shoumwith a group of Circassian Jews.
    Moshe Sharett. David Ben-Gurion and Chaim Weizmann Heft to right) near of the out-
    break of World War II during the 21st Zionist Congress in Geneva in 19-M.
    30th Anniversary
    ispael emenqeb
    pRom philosophy,
    Sweat op Ubor
    By DR. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN
    AS ISRAEL and the Jewish
    people prepare to celebrate the
    30th anniversary of Israel's inde-
    pendence, the forthcoming
    celebration is especially meaning-
    ful to those who were privileged to
    play some part in the decisive
    stages of the drama of 1947-1948.
    The period between the United
    Nations Kcsolution of November
    29, 1947, and the Proclamation of
    Ucdiiuit Israel on May 14, 1948.
    was a period fraught with un-
    certainty and danger. It is worth
    recalling it as a preface and
    sequel" to the observance of Israel
    Independence Day.
    FIERCE Arab attacks upon all
    parts ot the Yishuv followed
    Immediately upon the adoption of
    the UN resolution. U.S. Secretary
    ol State (ien. (icorgc ('. Marshall,
    with the approval of President
    Truman, proposed to the Zionist
    leadership that the implementation
    of the UN resolution be delayed
    until conditions in Palestine would
    quiet down, and that in the mean-
    lime, the country be governed by a
    temporary trusteeship.
    Truman Plane
    President Truman's private
    plane, the Sacred Cow," was
    offered to transport an appropriate
    committee to convey this recom-
    mendation to David Ben-Gurion
    and his colleagues in Palestine.
    The proposal came before the
    Political Advisory Committee
    which had been appointed by the
    governing council of the World
    Zionist Organization It was
    sitting at Lake Success, and it kept
    in touch with Israels leading
    spokesmen at the United Nations.
    THIS Committee was composed
    of more than 30 members, from
    Palestine. Europe and the United
    States, representing the various
    Zionist parties It included among
    others. Judith Epstein. Edward
    Gelber. Leon Gellman. Bert
    Goldstein, Mrs. Marion Green-
    berg. Meir Grossman. Zvi Herman.
    Joseph Klarman. Dr. S.
    Margoshes. Rabbi Irving Miller.
    Dr. Siegfied Moses. Emanuel
    Neumann. Rabbi Mordecai
    Nurock. Jacob Riftin. Hadassah
    Samuel. 1. Schwartzbart. Louis
    Segal. Mrs. Kebeccah Shulman.
    Mrs Denise Turover. and Baruch
    /.uckerman. It was my privilege to
    serve as chairman of the Politica'
    Advisory Committee.
    Definitive Meet
    Gael's Knesset in Jerusalem today being addressed by Prime Minister Menachem Begin
    A substantial majority of the
    Committee voted against the
    acceptance of Gen. Marshall's
    proposal.
    THE DEFINITIVE meeting of
    the Zionist Governing Council was
    to be held in Tel Aviv a week
    before Passover. 1948. Its main
    purpose was to decide whether to
    advise the Yishuv to go ahead with
    the proclamation of the Jewish
    Commonwealth.
    When we arrived at the l.ydda
    airport for the meeting in Tel \\ n
    we found that because of the Arab
    attacks, the short distance from
    the airport to Tel Aviv where the
    meetings were to be held, had to be
    negotiated either by armored cars
    or by Piper planes.
    1 chose the latter and sat beside
    the pilot, while he was weaving in
    and out to escape the pot shots"
    of the Arab snipers below. Jeru-
    salem was cut off from Tel Aviv,
    and our colleagues from Jerusalem
    had to come in British lorries from
    the Dead Sea potash works.
    THE MEETING of the General
    Zionist Council was tense with
    lx)th apprehension and hope. Col
    leagues from various [xiints of the
    Yishuv reported heavy Arab at-
    tacks and loss of Jew isli lives.
    I was assigned to In- chairman of
    the Political Committee which had
    to bring in the resolution. Our
    committee tried to find out from
    Ben-Gruion what was the State of
    our armaments, lie refused to
    divulge any information. Year'
    later, he told me it was because ot
    the source ot the arms. Czechoslo-
    vakia, which he would not reveal
    But we took him on faith when he
    urged us logo ahead.
    Yishuv Proceeds
    Our committee voted to recom-
    mend to the Yishuv to proceed
    with the proclamation ot the
    Jewish State. The resolution was
    drafted by our best draftsman.
    Zalman Kubashow. later known as
    Shazar. third President of Israel. It
    urged the Yishuv to go ahead with
    the proclamation of the Jewish
    State.
    It was presented at midnight of
    the closing session when every-
    liody. especially the rabbis, were in
    a hurry to return home for Pass-
    over. It was adopted by a large
    majority. A month later. Medinat
    Israel was proclaimed by the
    Yishuv. Within minutes thereafter,
    it was given de facto recognition
    by the United States, and im-
    mediately thereafter, by the Soviet
    Union. The rest is history.
    TWO YEARS ago, on the oc-
    casion of the U.S. Bicentennial,
    witnessing the play 1776." I was
    reminded of the dramatic scene at
    the Tel Aviv meeting of the
    General Council. Thomas Jefferson
    read the Declaration of Inde-
    pendence before a session of the
    Continental Congress at midnight,
    when most of the members of the
    Congress were physically
    exhausted and some of them half
    asleep That is how history is
    made
    Statehood Finally
    With the establishment oT
    Medinat Israel, the problems of
    statehood began. While David
    Ben-Gurion was handling its
    political and its military problems.
    Klie/.er Kaplan, who had given up
    the treasurership of the Jewish
    Agency, became the first Finance
    Minister of Medinat Israel.
    One of the first responsibilities
    of the first Finance Minister of
    Israel was to secure substantial
    loans abroad. In New York, it was
    arranged for him to apply for a
    substantial loan from one of the
    leading banks. He was invited to
    present his formal application to a
    meeting of the bank's Executive
    Board.
    THE PRESIDENT of the
    Board, one of America's leading
    financiers, who had himself already
    decided in favor of the applicant.
    turned to Kaplan and said. You
    should know that when a loan of
    this size is being considered, we
    ask the applicant to present a
    financial statement of his business
    for the past ten years."
    Israel's Finance Minister re-
    Continued on Page 4-C
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    +Jewist> fkridfior
    Friday. March 24
    fopmep un amBassaoop explains Why he's a Zionist
    By YOSEF TEKOAH _
    . r,- l i.-. When the United Nations accepted a resolution con-
    I AM a Zionist. H *"H demning Zionism by 72 votes to 35 (with 32 abstentions) on
    SS Xavs^rl ULSfi Nov. 10 1975, it was Yosef Tekoah. then Israel's ambassador to
    the Zionist family the UN- who replied in Israel s name to this infamous and
    This family has never been in defamatory decision. It was he who rose up to repulse the
    greater need of unity than today, equation between Zionism and racialism, pointing out that
    Zion and the entire Jewish people Zionism is the national liberation movement of the Jeu tsn
    are facing a crucial test of strength people.
    and willpower. It will determine Tekoah, a Harvard graduate, earlier served as Minister to
    Israel's future. It wUl decide the BmgU md thg USSR ^ h i$ nQU, president 0f the Ben-
    Jewish peoples destmy^ After Gurion Universit in Beer Sheua. _
    Israel s independence, there might ""
    have been some who thought that The article is taken from a speech delivered soon after the UN\
    the Zionist movement had reached Resolution to the American Zionist Federation.
    its apogee and its task been ac- \ ,
    complished. / V
    No one will dare say that after 27 hour nd has established the State, have adopted the same
    years of incessant Arab warfare American Zionist Federation as method of falsifying Jew.sh
    "against Israel. No one will suggest the framework of its unity. history and in particular of
    that when it is clear that Israels Structural unity, however, will besmirching the Zionist movement
    struggle for survival is not over, be of importance only if it leads to and lts ldeals
    when it is obvious that, at best, we strengthened united action. This is In this campaign of slander and
    are now engaged in a strife which the hour for action concrete, distortion, the Arabs have found
    will shape Israel's territorial boun-imaginative action. an ally in the Soviet Union for
    daries. Israel's demography, Firet of all. there is the problem whom Jewis,h hist0J7 and Zrion|sm
    Israel's viability. of Zionism's image. In his quest to ^ve long been objects of vilifi-
    IN SUCH TIMES, we must face annihilate the Jewish people, cation. In pronouncement
    the challenges and the dangers as Hitler began by distorting the pronouncement,
    one. The people of Israel have mage of the Jew. be rewriting tne pros8-
    understood it. The people of Israel Jewish history, by fabricating pamphlets and in lectures. Arab
    stand united behind a Government tome of the most odious historic and Soviet propaganda has sought
    of national unity. They bear the md racial theories. t0 identify Zionism with impena 1-
    burden of the struggle with their THE ARAB Govemments. in 1Sm' colomahsm and even tota
    ranks closed and firm. It is good to heir campaign ^ complete
    know that the Zionist movement in hitler's crimes against the Jewish
    America realizes the gravity of the^opie and destroy the Jewish
    in books and
    over the radio.
    historic perspective magnitude.
    They do not know what Zionism
    really is. They must tell them that
    (when the Jews, exiled from their
    land in the seventh century BCE.
    sat by the rivers of Babylon and
    wept, but also sought ways to go
    home that was already Zionism.
    When they were the last people in
    the entire Mediterranean basin to
    resist the forces of the Roman
    Empire and to struggle for inde-
    pendence that was Zionism.
    When for centuries after the
    Roman conquest. Jews refused to
    surrender and rebelled again and
    again against the invaders that
    was Zionism.
    WHEN uprooted from their land
    by the conquerors and dispersed
    by them all over the world. Jews
    continued to dream and strive to
    return to Israel that was
    Zionism. When during the long
    succession of foreign invaders they
    tried repeatedly to regain
    sovereignty at least in part of their
    homeland that was Zionism.
    When Jews volunteered from
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    simply because it puts forward un-
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    mocratic nation in our ancient homeland, and
    brought freedom and glory to the Jewish people who
    have not known it for over 2,000 years. May the na-
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    May it be a land of peace and freedom for all its citi-
    zens and an inspiration for peace and freedom to all
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    ArBb leaders supported him
    Kt was Zionism.
    jews went to Nazi gas
    l-, with the name of
    and the Ukraine. Jewish
    , battled the Germans and
    "Jthe land where palms are
    jjjg- that was Zionism.
    BWOBLDmusI he told that
    1 ,n,..t the wrld's oldest
    BSSffi dements: that
    SI" ,-.he..ew,h
    " he rights possessed b)
    iuons: that it harbors
    "now tl .1 il --ksroop-
    fon and understanding with
    RJibpeople and their national
    Intnents.
    ifc-woridmusl understand that
    Lsm is as sacred to the Jewish
    Leas the national liberation
    ftements are to the nations of
    fcandAsia: that even if the
    Lb states are locked today in
    Lflict with the Jewish national
    tration movement, they must
    It toop in iht-ir attitude toward
    [to the fanaticism and barbarism
    ,e Nazis: that it there is to be
    .for peace in the Middle Kast
    Ere must In- between Israel and
    I Arab states mutual respect for
    bh others sacred national
    lies, not distortion and abuse.
    lism, the world must be
    mnded. was not born in the
    rish ghettos ol Kurope. but on
    I battlefield against imperialism
    icient Israel It is not an out-
    ded nationalist revival but an
    aralleled epic of centuries of
    distance to force and bondage.
    THIS IS the language the world
    Itoday understands This is the
    iap' the Jewish youth of
    ay want to hear
    ('hi- Jewish youth, attracted by
    ideals ot social progress,
    bays ready to be in the forefront
    |all struggles for human rights,
    equality nl man. for the inv
    bvcniciil nl society, can and
    must be made to realize that it is
    possible to find all these ideals, all
    these challenges, all these contests
    right in their own back yard,
    within the Jewish family.
    Jewish youth must be made to
    understand that in our epoch there
    is no struggle for human rights
    which is more dramatic, no cause
    more worthy to support than that
    of an entire people striving to
    preserve its lite, to defend its right I
    to independence and sovereignty,
    its prerogative to create and |
    develop in freedom
    Those of the youth who are
    drawn to the barricades will find I
    them in Israel. Those who want to
    rebel against the pasi and con
    struct a new society should be able
    to perceive that this is precisely
    what we are doing in Israel. On the
    other hand, those who seek I
    serenity and spiritual fulfillment J
    can also find them in Israel.
    THIS WILL not come to pass.
    however, unless we ourselves
    become convinced that this is
    indeed so. and speak to the young
    in their own language This w ill not J
    come to pass unless Jewish parents ;
    and especially Zionists, decide that
    it is not enough to educate the I
    young to love /.ion: they must be ;..
    brought to live /.ion. to live it in |
    Israeli schools and universities, in I
    Israeli towns and villages
    Can we truly say that enough if
    has been done for that purpose'.'
    Mow many Jewish parents have |
    resolved that rather than risk I
    alienation, and sometimes even I
    worse, of their children at home,
    they would bind them to Jewish- I
    ness. to their families, to their
    culture in Israel''
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    friendship and assistance in dif-
    ferent forms reach Israel from
    various quarters There is one form
    nl support which is more vital than
    all the others it i>- support in
    human resources This i-. the real
    ke\ in Israel's future
    By EPHRAIM KATZIR
    President of Israel
    The Government and people of Israel invite you
    to come to our country and join them in
    celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establish-
    ment of the State of Israel.
    Your presence among us in these meaningful
    days will link you and us with what is surely one
    of the earliest examples of tourism in human
    history the pilgrimages to the Temple in /.ion
    decreed in the Hooks of Moses.
    OVKR THK course of the centuries hundreds ol
    thousands, perhaps millions of pilgrims, under
    Look that journey on the three joyful festival- of
    the Jewish sear. In the days of the Second
    Temple they came not only from within Israel but
    from all the widespreatl Jewish communities m
    the Mediterranean and Near Kaslern world
    from Persia to Alexandria, from Kthiopia to
    Home.
    Today's is a larger dispersion, but the goal and
    the feeling are the same. Israel is not simply
    another picturesque country, fascinating in its
    modern development, sometimes unique and par-
    ticularly advanced
    IT IS much more than that. It is the land of the
    Hil.le. the cherished objective of Kuropean and
    then American pilgrims from the Middle Ages to
    modern times. It is the strangely loved, never for-
    gotten home of the exiled Jewish people who have
    never ceased to return to it. who have in the last
    hundred years restored its beauty and fertility.
    To see the change, to share the exhilaration, to
    observe the mingling of many human strains, to
    watch the shape of the emerging future, perhaps
    even to glimpse the wings ol peace to all of
    t hese we inv ite you
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    Some Recollections op the pRSt Zionist Conquess
    By SHALOM BEN CHORIN
    Dr. Leon Pinsker
    Congress itself was noTl"
    predecessors like the K.,."
    S.ferenCe f tKe H0V^'
    impact of Herzls venture IT
    historic perspective was'
    Dr David Farbstein Jewish State. If I said this today in Hess, and Autoemancipation, by Continued on Page6-C
    Herzl's pamphlet was
    Herzl had taken care to ensure of the significance of the Congress, P^^ "J/^jnd
    that the proceedings would be dig- and it is well known that he en- not the first of its kind.
    thf pihct 7ini- rna "* ^ ** E who had chosen tered into his diary the famous ; Among famous forerunners were
    .ISJEilfS this Casino as venue, while par- words: "In Basle. I founded the Rome and Jerusalem, by Moses
    met for its festive opening meeting
    SiTS ^mMn^MunLoai ha'dTggest^ a ctapbiT = ^S T^M'U^** '"*
    ^L a,LK derision ,n f,ve ytfn
    ^e^fren^a^ delegates donning tails with white S^uUn^^^
    with a few from countries like the '"*' J .
    U.S.A. and Algeria, attended. AS CORRESPONDENT of the This prophecy of Herzl was rul-
    Three women were admitted with Neue Freie Presse at the Palais filled in a literal sense: it was on
    the status of observers, but many Bourbon in Paris, he had enjoyed Aug. 31. 1947, exactly 50 years
    female guests were sitting in the ample opportunity of studying the after the First Zionist Congress,
    gallery, enthusiastically waving customs and forms of parliamen- which had wound up on Aug 31.
    their handkerchiefs to pay homage tarism. and he wanted the ap- 1897, that UNSCOP, the special
    to the man who was rightly pearance and image of the Con- Commission of the United ^tl0"s
    regarded as the initiator and gress to reach the standards of any for Palestine, recommended the
    driving force behind the Congress. European parliament. establishment of a Jewish State
    Dr. Theodor Herzl. Herzl was uncannily conscious THE SUCCESS of the first
    ^MMMMMH^HBHaBMi^MMM congress the
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^* eration
    PnilOSOpny ATlO SWeAt People, was in a large measure a
    personal success of Herzl. One year
    Continued from Page 1-C ___ before, he had published his pro-
    plied. "Gentlemen, to do that I S'"*1 ^^"Ifi grammatic booklet. The Jeutsh
    would have to go back 19 cen- SKIliZ^Sf4te- and the Congress, as a rep-
    turies. and I doubt if the records ES^a^oSSS^tSSS resentative gathering of the Jewish
    are available." ,?fo^^nl!l ?-tTC K P^P'6' was the first practical St*P
    it tor bethlenem. Lets do it now, r,_jci u0 raiiTtinn ni that
    Whereupon the president of the boys, for Jerusalem." towards the realization ot that
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    Eridav
    Martha
    Some Recollections of the pest Zionist Conqpess In 1897
    Coatinoed from Page 4-C
    being novel, was much more ef-
    fective than previous attempts?
    The answer is: Herd's personality,
    his charismatic leadership
    However one must not imagine
    that there were no other out-
    standing personalities at the Con-
    gress H:s friend and collaborator.
    Max Nordau. was a better orator
    He was older than Herzl and far
    tr Kr.own as an author
    HERZL STATED in his open-
    ing address: Zionism is the return
    to Judaism even before the return
    to the Jewish Land Herzl himself
    and Max Nordau. as welL were
    living proof of this thesis because
    they had become rather estranged
    from their Jewish origins
    History has shown that Herzl
    was right in demanding the return
    to Judaism and Jewishness before
    repatriauon Very soon the forces
    of cultural renaissance from Achad
    Ha am to Martin Buber began to
    play their part in the Zionist
    Movement and brought about a
    renewal and revitalization of
    Jewish culture and the revival of
    the Hebrew language which had
    not been envisaged by Herzl.
    Herzl recognized that the Con-
    gress should direct its attention
    not only to the countries of present
    Jewish settlement but also to the
    land of Jewish future which at that
    time was a province of the Otto-
    man Empire.
    THEREFORE, he induced the
    Congress to send an address of
    good will and greetings to the
    Sultan, and in this connection he
    said in his opening speech: "If
    together with the Jewish question,
    a part of the Oriental question is
    also solved, certainly the best
    interests of all civilized nations will
    be served.
    Political Advisory Commute :he KoridZun^t Organization at Lake Success in 1947
    Left to right are Dr. Moses. Louis Segal. Golda Meir Dr I Goldstein. Zvi Herman. Jo-
    seph Klarman.
    He thought that the influx of
    Jewish capital would improve the
    disastrous financial position of
    Turkey, and Jewish immigration
    would strengthen and protect the
    Christian minorities in the Moslem
    However, the Arab factor was
    In it corr.pietely overlooked It is
    .-- that at that time Palestine
    was a sparsely settled and
    neglected province whose Arab
    population had r hieved
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    Page7-C
    as also reflected in the
    Ss of "e delegates from Ere^
    rf. Gross and Loewe.
    V HEINRICH LOEWE. a
    , L (lermany and resident of
    SaTho later on was to become
    !. director of the Municipal
    LraS Tel Aviv thought that a
    \ Lotion of po teal Zionism
    S onlv a small risk for the
    ia land weak Jewish villages in
    J ountry. and he was deter-
    roined to take this risk in order to
    c7ate the conditions for a large
    settlement in Erett Yiaro*
    In the decisive point of the
    nwent -\rah problem, both the
    rowers of observation of the local
    delegates and Herds vision and
    intuition failed completely.
    On another issue, however.
    Herzl showed a striking per-
    spicacity In the concluding
    session of the Congress the Chief
    Rabbi of Basle. Dr. Arthur Cohen.
    asked for the floor and directed a
    question to the Presidium of the
    Congress: what is the attitude of
    Zionism to Jewish tradition, and
    would there be guarantees for
    Sabbath observance and the com-
    pliance with other religious
    precepts?
    HERZL'S ANSWER which the
    (ongress approved with loud
    applause was: i can assure you
    that Zionism does not intend any-
    thing that might offend the
    religious convictions of any trend
    in Judaism." Thus Herzl, with the
    wisdom of a statesman, replied to
    questions which are today en-
    dangering the internal unity of
    Israel, emphasizing that all trends
    in Judaism should be given due
    consideration.
    The Congress proved to be far-
    sighted in financial affairs. No
    sooner was the World Zionist
    Organization set up than Congress
    envisaged the foundation of a
    National Rank which today, under
    the name of Bank Leumi LeYis-
    , rael, has become the biggest finan-
    cial institution in the country and
    is counted among the 100 largest
    banks in the world.
    Also, the establishment of the
    Jewish National Fund, Keren
    Kayemeth Le'Israel, based on the
    scheme of Zvi Hermann Shapira.
    professor of mathematics at the
    Heidelberg University, was
    already approved in principle by
    the First Congress.
    THE FIRST sentence of the so-
    called Basle Program, "the aim of
    Zionism is to create for the Jewish
    people a home in Palestine secured
    by public law." does not exhaust
    the essence of Zionism as Herzl
    himself was aware.
    In the year of his death, 1904, he
    noted in his diary: "And I believe,
    indeed, that also after the attain-
    ment of our land of Palestine.
    Zionism will not cease to be an
    ideal. Zionism as I see it. comprises
    not only the endeavor to obtain for
    our poor people a legally secured
    land, but also striving for moral
    and spiritual improvement."
    Even if we may assume that the
    Basle Program has been fulfilled
    and even surpassed by the
    establishment of the State of Israel
    although the security of the
    homeland is still far from being
    complete and absolute one feels
    that the way ahead is still long and
    arduous. The aspiration to moral
    and spiritual perfection had been
    much stronger in the founding
    years of the Zionist movement
    than they are today.
    THIRTY YEARS ago, Heinrich
    Loewe, one of the delegates to the
    First Zionist Congress from Eretz
    Yisroel. wrote in his reminiscences
    of those August days of 1897:
    Since the destruction of Jeru-
    salem no single event had such a
    decisive impact and influence on
    the history of the Jewish people as
    the convention of the First Zionist
    Congress which signified a turning
    Continued on Pane 9-C
    There are those who say
    we must forget what happened at
    Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchen-
    wald. And Munich. And Entebbe.
    There are those who sav that
    IT nEUER
    fl!IT COULD
    Israels people must stand on
    their own feet and not expect
    help from Jews in America.
    And that the problems of
    Jews in Russia have abso-
    lutely nothing to do with the lives
    of Jews living today in Florida. And
    that the problems of the aged Jews
    on Miami Beach have nothing to do
    with the survival of Jews as a people
    all over the world.
    To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson
    history has carved into our souls. For we are not just Russian Jews.
    Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young
    Jews. Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
    And if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not
    safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth. ^^
    And if it is not safe to be a Jew, it will not be ^ ^
    safe to be a human being. SUPPORT THE +*
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    4 V
    in the shape of the Zionist
    Congress.
    There are still important tasks
    left for the Congress just as the
    establishment of the State of Israel
    did not deprive the World Zionist
    Organization either of its right to
    exist, or of its responsibilities
    towards the Jewish people.
    Eighty years ago in Basle, the
    foundations were laid, with Herzl
    taking into consideration all
    known elements in his striving to
    gain goodwill and understanding
    within the .Jewish people and
    without. He showed moderation
    Herzrs answer which the Congress approved with loud
    applause was: I can assure you that Zionism does not in-
    tend anything that might offend the religious convictions
    of any trend in Judaism.' Thus Herzl, with the wisdom of
    a statesman, replied to questions which are today endan-
    gering the internal unity of Israel, emphasizing that all
    trends in Judaism should be given due consideration.
    and prudence greater than those all is his astonishing tort-sight: is
    betrayed in his writings. there any human endeavor which
    ..... has better stood the test of
    Looking back we see some ,,
    failures but what stands out above nislory-
    Venerable Jew celebrates Independence in the streets of
    telAviv.
    tionist Recollections
    ontinued from Page 7-C
    the resumption of Jewish
    sm."
    1 the meantime, three decades
    passed, and one might say
    | our Knesset is the rightful
    jot the Zionist Congress, which
    regarded by Herzl as an in-
    Ituion for eternity. In his view
    }s destined to remain the main
    n of the eternal Jewish people.
    the Knesset indeed corn-
    replaced the Zionist
    ss? At first glance, the
    may be in the affirmative.
    at the second it is certainly not.
    Other countries have a two-
    chamber system: the United King-
    dom a House of Commons and a
    House of Lords; the U.S.A. has a
    House of Representatives and a
    Senate. We. too. have two cham-
    bers: the Knesset and the Zionist
    Congress.
    AS LONG as the overwhelming
    majority of the Jewish people is
    living in the Diaspora today
    some 80 percent against 20 percent
    in Israel one must preserve its
    democratic representation as far as
    relations with Israel are concerned
    Congratulations Israel
    On Your 30th Anniversary
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    Official Red Cross Service and the
    SPONSORS OF THE NEW NATIONAL BLOOD CENTER
    BEING BUILT BY THE MAGEN DAVID ADOM
    in Ramat Gan, Israel
    Salutes the Land and People of Israel
    on the occasion of
    ISRAEL JUBILEE WEEK
    IN GREATER MIAMI
    and on the forthcoming
    30th ANNIVERSARY OF
    ISRAEL'S INDEPENDENCE
    to be celebrated May 11,1978
    in Miami Beach Convention Center
    at the annual Yom Haatzmaut Rally
    Membership contributions may be sent to
    and Additional Information obtained from
    FLORIDA HEADQUARTERS
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    Telephone: 673-5287
    SAMUEL REINHARD
    Florida State Chairman
    DAVID COLEMAN
    Florida State President
    HOWARD KAUFMAN, Greater Miami Chapter President
    'TO SAVE A SINGLE LIFE IS AS TO SAVE THE WHOLE WORLD"


    PagelO-C,
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    fe&RAtion Qpeets AnniveRsaay
    By MORTON SILBERMAN
    President
    And MYRON J. BRODIE
    Executive Vice President
    Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation
    There are so many marvels in
    the sweep of Jewish history, that
    we might underestimate the signi-
    ficance of today. For Jewish histo-
    ry has been pivotal in establishing
    the principles of the entire Western
    world as we know it from mono-
    theism, itself, through the coven-
    ant at Sinai, through the tests of
    Inquisition and Holocaust, and on
    into the modern State of Israel in
    the past 30 years.
    Jews, somehow, have always
    Morton Silberman
    have achieved deeds of historic!
    proportion: the rescue and reset'
    been integral figures in the main- fZZZ T "^"fr ,
    stream of history. And so are we ^rnent of over one mUlwn Jews -,
    today. Where is history directing frofm the displaced persons
    us? It is the same today as in an camps of postwar Europe and from
    .;- .:___ in. a. i the ancient Jewish communities in
    I he Talmud says.
    cient tunes.
    "What should the wanderer in the
    desert do at the hour of prayer?
    Where should he turn in the dark-
    ness? Let him close his eyes and
    think of Jerusalem!"
    WE THINK of Jerusalem, and
    our thoughts are uplifted. Today
    the Holy City has been unified for
    nearly 11 years, and the modem
    Jewish state a realitv for three dec-
    Arab lands. And the children ol
    these beleaguered immigrants now
    man Israel's borders, her factories,
    and her institutions.
    Building modern Israel is an ad-
    venture, and a great page in histo-
    ry in which all of us are partici-
    pants. Indeed the events of past
    months, bringing Israel once again
    to the headlines this time in the
    ades. How incredible it is that such "^ of a Ia.st,n& P"* cast usf
    building and strength could rise ?nce mo,re ,nt0 the dimension of
    out of the ashes of Holocaust, historical events
    From where did the Jewish people Today we may truly understand
    find the strength to defy history, the privilege of being Jewish, as
    and to rebuild its home again and part of this generation W
    again, at points where so many vileged to see the Jerusalem to
    There are so many marvels in the sweep ofJeu ish hist
    that we might underestimate the significance of toP
    For Jewish history has been pivotal in esta*Ushin
    principles of the entire Western world a- f,ou*.1
    from monotheism, itself, through the coitnant at <
    through the tests of Inquisition and Holocaust, andon'
    to the modern state of Israel in the past SO y<
    Mvron J. Brodie
    In the realization of this great
    tradition, still looking toward Je-
    rusalem for our hope, the Jewish
    people has vowed to maintain a
    partnership in Israel's survival.
    While Israelis work to survive
    within the burden of the world's
    highest taxes, we will shoulder the
    responsibility for their humanitar-
    ian needs.
    mark in world events. Our Jewish
    partnership, then, is its footnote.
    LET US celebrate this historic
    time 30 years of Jewish nation-
    hood and 40 years as a federated
    Jewish community looking to
    Jerusalem with spirits proud. The
    Bible tells us that Moses began his
    last benediction to the Jewish peo-
    ple with the words Haazinu Ha-
    shamayim. "Listen, heavens, and I
    are |
    shall speak s0 *ei
    joy todav. ^ it '
    when the Jewish p^f*
    heavens. themseU.ySUu
    ,.? on. People we have,
    that wewill wuMtanetheJ
    history. *'
    And with a constant*.
    rusalem. we shall continue J
    that history will deal j
    the Jewish people We \
    people would have dissolved into
    the dust of centuries?
    Perhaps the answer lies in our
    people's passionate involvement
    with its past. Our very sense of
    history, itself, and Jewish tradition
    which has held our people's identi-
    ty sacred throughout great adver-
    sity.
    Each Jew has at one point in his
    life decided that Jewish history
    must not and cannot end with me."
    Here in Greater Miami, we ad-
    here to the same tradition and
    we make the same decision by
    which we still turn become the ca-
    pital of hope, once more. It is no
    accident that Sadat chose to go to
    that city: for Jerusalem is the very
    crossroads of history And in that
    place we put our faith, our pride
    and our prayers for peace.
    YET THROUGH the centuries
    we have learned to respect the an-
    cient tradition by which we pro-
    tect one another from oppression,
    and care for one another in times of
    need. Indeed, in keeping Israel
    strong we are committing to all our
    fellow Jews that there will always
    be a new life in freedom available
    committing our most meaningful to those Jews forced to live with
    support to the Combined Jewish oppression. We pledge that there
    Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. wjh be a home and a haven for
    TOGETHER, as a people, we Jews who need one.
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    Congratulations to the State of Israel
    on its 30th Anniversary
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    While they struggle to build the
    Jewish state and to defend it. we
    will commit our resources to help-
    ing them educate their children,
    provide care to their aged and dis-
    abled, and absorb the on.
    stream of Jewish immigrants into
    the fabric of Israeli sock
    Through the cent
    sage of our responsibik;
    Other has become a part of the very.
    spirit of th- Jewu \- an
    American Jewish community we
    uphold its reaching!
    for oui
    worldwide famih : humanitar
    is hun-
    f t house

    : f social
    each as dictated by our tradition
    and our law
    IT IS with tremendous pride
    that we survej the decades of
    modern Israels existence, and our
    active role throughout. The Great-
    er Miami Jewish Federation took
    shape 10 years prior to Israel's
    declaration of independence. \nd
    in 194J\ our community's unified
    structure was able to channel
    Greater Miami's support directly
    to the people of Israel from the
    very start
    Our support has grown steadily,
    and with it our identification with
    Israel's superb achievements For
    with our assumption of responsibi-
    lity, we Jews together, as one
    people after 4.000 years have
    witnessed the realization of a mod-
    ?rn miracle.
    History today is recording the
    Hrength of Israel as a critical land-

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    March 24,1978
    *Jeni*tfkricfitr
    | Page 11C
    30th AnniveRSARy View of fiscal ContRol
    |ByDULCYB.LEIBLER
    his TIME it wasn't just
    Ecum-ncy devaluation or a
    Lh of the same old anti-
    Bny measures. Thia>ttaH.it
    Jvrt. Economic Policy an-
    tedonOd 28. '"" intro"
    Csweepingreforma
    f most spectacular elemant of
    Ctp is the abolition of foreign
    Ly control ir the first time
    En'than three decades, a free
    [ana rate exists. I he Israel
    L settled a( least initially
    ti about IS to tne dollar.
    Linn to a devaluation of
    with a 12 percent
    payments, while
    saw their pay-
    compensated
    increase in
    salaried workers
    checks shrink overnight.
    While the NF.P offers tantalizing
    economic freedom to all citizens
    such as the right to hold up to
    $3,000 in hank accounts abroad or
    unlimited foreign currency in an
    Israeli bank, few members of the
    working population will be able to
    afford these new privileges.
    FINANCE Minister Simcha F.r-
    Uch believes that the path he has
    taken will stabilize the economy,
    attract investment from abroad.
    stimulate the domestic economy,
    eliminate long-standing economic
    distortions and repatriate money
    held abroad illegally.
    Hut many people disagree with
    him. Opposition to the new polity
    is widespread. While labor no
    longer controls the government, it
    won 57 percent of the Histadrut
    Israel's General Trade Union Fed-
    eration vote only one month
    after the Likud national election
    victory. Thus a shade of political
    controversy now colors the eco-
    nomic sphere.
    HISTADRUT General Secre-
    tary Yeruham Meshel sees the
    NEP as a declaration of class-war
    by a government concerned only
    with the problems of the rich.
    Continued on Page 12-C
    .1
    tnance Minister Erlich
    Le 44 percent Value Added Tax
    i raised from v to 12 percent.
    ny purchase taxes have been
    need or done away wilh
    Jgether. Travel tax was can*
    and export incentives
    Muted
    [he MAJOR objective of the
    is tn reduce Israel's
    endency on foreign aid. The
    ent policy seeks to enforce
    (-inflationary steps, cut down
    bureaucrat:) tape, revamp
    tax Bystem and eliminate
    fcre\er possible government
    pent ion.
    the immediate impact of the
    ^rm.however, was fell by Israeli
    sumers, especially lower and
    [die-class wage earners. Sub-
    Bed products and services went
    |about IS percent; electricity.
    er telephone and postal rates
    Welfare recipients were
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    OF ISRAEL
    THE STATE
    OF ISRAEL
    Vte CongratulateThem
    onTheir 30th Anniversary.
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    600 Crandon Boulevard with Trust Department
    (next to Winn-Dixie) 301 Arthur Godfrey Road
    Phone:361-6451 $ArthurGodfrevRoad
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    'Mm st ticridUan
    rru
    On the eve of Israels 30th anniversary, the Annual Award
    Medal of the Judaic Heritage Society for 1977 is shared by
    Israel Prime Minister Menachem Begin and Egypt's Pres-
    ident Anwar Sadat. Perhaps the citation is anti-climactic
    these days, but it reads: "These two men, by their daring
    and initiative, have startled the world and inspired the Is-
    raeli and Egyptian peoples by the unprecedented momen-
    tum they have given the cause of peace in the Middle
    East."
    View of fiscal ContRol
    Continued from Page U-C
    Former Finance Minister
    Yehoshua Rabinowitz also fears
    Erlich's policy is dangerous, eco-
    nomically counter productive,
    socially unjust and damaging
    perhaps even leading to high rates
    of unemployment.
    MANY economists feel that
    severe economic measures were
    long overdue, but nevertheless
    worry that the NEP will exacer-
    bate social tensions. They claim
    that the average Israeli will suffer
    the most, and that nothing will
    really compensate wage earners for
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    the drastic cut in living standards.
    Furthermore, they add, it will
    soon become quite obvious that
    not everyone's living standard will
    be reduced equally. Some people -
    such as those with an additional
    income or pension from abroad -
    will even get richer.
    Nevertheless, there is consider-
    able popular support for the NEP.
    Many Israelis are willing to
    shoulder the burdens it imposes in
    the hope that austerity will be a
    temporary phase, and that it will
    eventually lead to the country s
    economic independence.
    FURTHERMORE, many have
    come to doubt the efficacy of
    extensive government intervention
    in the economy. They seem willing
    now to give the market mechanism
    of supply and demand a chance.
    The results of a telephone poll con-
    ducted by Pori Ltd.. an opinion
    research organization, bear this
    out. About 50 percent of those
    questioned were in favor of the
    NEP. Only 20.8 percent expressed
    outright opposition.
    There has also been renewed
    activity in investment from
    abroad. Government of Israel
    Investment Authority offices in
    the United States and Europe have
    reported a surge of interest in the
    wake of the NEP. This is no doubt
    due to the elimination of foreign
    currency controls, which sig-
    nificantly reduce bureaucratic
    restrictions, as well as the increase
    in the exchange rate.
    While the NEP does constitute a
    major turning point for the Israel
    economy, experts note that the
    present policy is not as extreme a
    change of course as it appears at
    first glance. The Labor Party
    favored a mixed economy, with the
    profit motive controlling a large
    percentage of business activity.
    Thus the claim that Israel has been
    transformed from a socialist to a
    capitalist state with a single stroke
    of the pen is quite inaccurate.
    CURRENCY controls were
    eased gradually during the past
    ten years, paving the way for the
    present action. And, contrary to
    popular belief. government
    regulation has not been eliminated
    by the new policy only eased
    considerably. Both the govern-
    ment and the Bank of Israel are
    expected to play an active role in
    regulating the timing and volume
    of foreign exchange transactions.
    While it is, of course, much too
    early to forecast what will be
    accomplished, or how Israel's
    future will be affected, it should be
    kept in mind that while the means
    may have been changed overnight,
    the country's major economic
    objective remains the same: eco-
    nomic independence.
    Ironically, some observers
    believe that these new measures
    were made possible by the eco-
    nomic policies enacted during the
    Labor Party's three decades in
    power. If production had not in-
    creased steadily they say if
    There has alSo H
    newed activity
    ment from a6J\
    ernm"" of IsraeiA
    ment Authority 0ffiJ
    tne United StJtS
    rope have reported?!
    of interest in the Jl
    the NEP.
    the tourist indul^".
    boomed if exports hid.,
    tremendously. ErlichZl
    have introduced his NEp,
    ment spokesmen on theml
    say they were left anT
    mess and are setting!
    cleaning it up
    ISRAEL you have enriched the world
    by your presence. We are grateful.
    Harry Ridge
    World Famous
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    "Showplace of the South"
    215 22nd Street, Miami Beach
    Reservations 538-0055
    Mr. & Mrs. Philip Weiss
    operators of
    Royal Hungarian Kosher Restaurant
    at 731 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
    join their many friends in the
    Jewish community in extending to the
    STATE OF ISRAEL
    sincerest congratulations on the
    30th Anniversary
    of its independence
    (We specialize in catering)
    CONGRATULATIONS ISRAEL!
    Korea House Grocery
    230 N.E. 3rd Street
    American & Oriental Grocery
    /SRAED
    LACHAIM
    on the occasion of
    ISRAEL'S 30th ANNIVERSARY
    RABBI and MRS.
    TIBOR H. STERN
    JACOB C. COHEN CONGREGATION
    Miami Beach
    mazel tov to the state of iSRael
    on its 30th anniveRsaRy
    may it have
    a long life of
    mitzvahs an> nachas,
    in commemoRation
    we lift up our cups of wine
    and Rejoice.........I'chaimi
    RICHARD/"


    March
    24,1978
    *Jknit fkridfann
    Page 13-C
    lllllllll
    MEDICAL CENTER OF
    GREATER MIAMI
    Mount Sinai Medical Center of Greater Miami is a 700 bed
    hospital located in the residential area of Miami Beach on
    Biscayne Bay. A not for profit health care facility. Mount
    Sinai is dedicated to patient care, research and education.
    In 1949, what began as an idea conceived by concerned
    citizens, became reality as Mount Sinai opened as the first
    non sectarian, voluntary hospital in the Greater Miami
    area.
    For 28 years, Mount Sinai has continued to make a
    maximum commitment to providing the finest quality
    medical care.
    ..


    The Board of Trustees of
    Mount Sinai Medical Center
    of Greater Miami
    Salutes The State of Israel
    On Its 30th Anniversary
    I
    I

    We Are Proud To Be Affiliated With
    The Chaim Sheba Medical Center of Tel-Hashomer, Israel
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    *jemsi> rnriauair)
    25 yeaas of QeRman Reparations helped Israel to hep feet
    By DR. ZE'EV GOSHEN
    TWENTY-FIVE years after the
    beginning of German reparations,
    it is appropriate to ask: After the
    Holocaust. who paid the
    reparations? Why. for what, and
    how much was paid? Why did
    people feel so strongly for and
    against it? Was it beneficial or
    harmful for Israel?
    Only the Federal Republic of
    Germany paid restitution worthy
    of the name, while the frivolous lie
    told by Austria was accepted
    the tale about a poor victim raped
    against its will by the bad Ger-
    mans from the Reich.
    The question for what resti-
    tution was made is rather more
    difficult: the six million murdered
    Jews went to their deaths as
    human beings who had long ago
    been deprived of all their rights
    and possessions in contradis-
    tinction to the majority of other
    victims of the Nazis.
    AS REGARDS the Jews, the
    systematic looting and robbery
    had begun a long time before the
    Holocaust itself. The note of the
    Government of Israel of March.
    1951 to the four main victorious
    powers spoke of the unspeakable
    sufferings of the Jews in order to
    underpin the demand for compen-
    sation for damage to life, health
    and property.
    West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer with Zionist leader Dr. Nahum Goldmann
    (left) and Israel's Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in Israel in 1966. These three were the
    main pioneers of German reparations to Israel.
    When on Sept. 10 the Rep-
    arations Agreement between Israel
    and the German Federal Republic
    was signed in Luxembourg, its
    preamble, while defining the
    motives of the Government of
    Western Germany, mentioned the
    unspeakable crimes against the
    Jewish people" and emphasized
    the endeavor to make good the
    material damage caused by these
    crimes."
    It is clear that this endeavor.
    which was shared by all the parties
    represented in the Bundestag, was
    LAST
    YEAR!
    MORE THAN
    100,000 PEOPLE
    CRUISED THE
    "FUN SHIPS"

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    registered in Panama
    Last year we had the pleasure of taking more than
    100.000 passengers for a cruise vacation aboard the
    "Fun Ships" the most popular cruise ships sailing
    out of the port of Miami. And that makes us happy! The
    Fun Ships" are the tss CARNIVALE and the tss MARDI
    GRAS. Two sister ships that offer more of everything.
    More space .. more meals... more entertainment
    and just plain more fun! It's no wonder we've become
    the most popular line in the Caribbean. Come see why
    on your next vacation.
    Weekly Saturday and Sunday departures
    year round from Miami: CARNIVALE departs Satur
    days for San Juan, St. Thomas and St. Maarten. M^RDI
    GRAS departs Sundays for Nassau. San Juan and
    St. Thomas. FESTTVALE. the sixth largest ship in the
    world, will commence service October 28. 1978.
    A *3C *- Arge Rales are per person double
    "^JJ lO 9003 occupancy subject lo ava
    Suites arid verandah suites are also available at additional cha
    Rates are higher tor certain peak season sailing dates
    For further information or reservations, see your
    travel agent.
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    Carnivale Cruise Lines Wishes State of Israel "Long Life"


    H
    .March 24,1978
    +Jtnih FkridHcir
    Page 15-C
    essential motive but
    Considerations also played
    Stln l967- the former
    r T Konrad Adenauer
    KUSKS that already
    fc/SnSiaJy after being
    IT in his high office, one of his
    tbSeTwas to establish a
    rStionship with the Jewish
    ffi ADDED that it was one of
    'Latest successes of the Fed-
    Cblic 'hat il wfS "S
    sible to find a way to Israel and
    S jews. Ten years later the
    St President of Western Ger-
    l Walter Scheel. said on Ger-
    h television that the decision
    I reparations was one of the
    f, astute one. ev taken by a
    tnment. Quite apart from the
    .oread feeling of guilt, shame
    an honest will to make
    ,nd<; \denauer and all German
    Iticiani saw in German
    .rations to the Jews an indis-
    .able precondition for the
    Lai rehabilitation of Ger-
    he State of Israel received in
    Icourse of time $7.87 billion, but
    Las not the sole recipient.
    Live more countries were also
    bensated to a far lesser extent,
    ling altogether about $2.2
    Eon According to the laws of
    litution and compensation, a
    Wof 1103.5 billion were paid out
    [individuals, states and in-
    Ltuions.
    It is quite possible that
    Tnomicconsiderations facilitated
    [positive decision on the pay-
    lit of reparations: though the
    tneial burden appeared to be
    Jggering. the reparations were
    Ctly paid in goods 180 percent as
    las the payment s to the State of
    el are concerned I
    fills PRIMED the motor ol thi
    rrr.m economy, which was
    I v. orld Wai
    'i frame
    il
    normal
    !
    [ mates
    i still to bi
    l
    I al about i
    I ill go to indi\ iduals in
    r Stan because
    I tution has already

    Wean hardlv overestimate the
    I ince ol the
    t s for Israel and
    citizens The 8" 8" billion from
    ?ich the State benefited meant
    P acquisition ol some 460.000
    I dern shipping space by a
    nntry whose merchant fleet had
    fcnerlybeer almost nonexistent.
    lit meant five power stations,
    lite a number ol big industrial
    Ints and machinery for 2.000
    pll and medium enterprises
    [pen-em ol the total imports of
    rael.
    THE DELIVERY of some
    Ms bought .miside Germanv
    h financed by reparation pay-
    Pms | he foreign currency which
    peh citizens received in the form
    [personal restitution and com-
    psation payments constituted.
    1 course, quite a substantial part
    line currency reserves of Israel.
    |t is quite certain that these
    |te reparations saved tens or
    | hundreds of thousands of
    2 families in Israel and
    P* from destitution, enabled
    P to install themselves in
    P'ness or a profession, or gave
    Jeconomic security. However.
    P no less certain that some eco-
    invL S0CLial Phenmena accom-
    J'"g these payments were
    unless than desirable.
    fctil Cmr 0ne exP,ain the fact
    ft ,B WMI it was more dif-
    ' > induce the Israelis to
    mLc. reParat'ons than the
    *rmS^^ them? It was at an
    ratwSo cierence
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    I Jjel, delegation had talks with
    ^representation of Western
    lid hi? there and then that a
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    It is quite certain that these private reparations saved
    tens or even hundreds of thousands of Jewish families in
    Israel and abroad from destitution, enabled them to install
    themselves in business or a profession, or gave them eco-
    nomic security. However, it is no less certain that some
    economic-social phenomena accompanying these pay-
    ments were often less than desirable. How can one explain
    the fact that in 1951-52 it was more difficult to induce Is-
    raelis to accept the reparations than the Germans to pay
    them ?
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    also that it was willing to do so.
    Now. David Men-Gurion entered
    the scene. He had a better feeling
    for the historic trends of the time
    than his friends and adversaries in
    his own camp, and that of his
    political rivals.
    He grasped not only the eco-
    nomic importance of restitution
    payments for Israel but also the
    tendency of the West to work for
    an economic and political in-
    tegration of Western Germany into
    the pattern of the free world in
    which NATO was in the making.
    In this connection, it should be
    mentioned that much of the credit
    The War of Independence, 1948. With Jerusalem under for the preparation of the
    siege. Haganah brings life-saving food convoys to belea- Jjjy* Agreement
    guered Jerusalem.
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    due to Dr.
    Ben-Gurion whipped up the
    support of his own party, which at
    the beginning was given rather
    reluctantly, and then he attained
    the agreement of his coalition
    partners.
    THE OTHER parties
    vehemently opposed the
    Reparation scheme some more
    and some less aggressively. The
    speeches and demonstrations of
    those days are a thing of the past
    time, it seems, really is the best
    healer.
    The passionate fight for and
    against reparations has given way
    to excellent relations between
    Israel and West Germany. It
    seems that both sides stood to gain
    from this unique project which
    started a quarter of a century ago.
    JM SALUTES
    THE PRIDE... THE SPIRIT...
    THE FERVOR
    OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL
    ON ITS THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY
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    Bathers in the shadow of the salt rock hills adjacent to the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is a
    fount of life, for it contains not only curative elements, but is also a repository of raw che-
    mical materials for industry, agriculture and medicine.
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    By ARYEH LOUV
    The trunk of Israel's dynamic
    forty-centuries-old, and thirty
    years young tourist industry is
    rooted in the traditional soil of pil-
    grimage traffic. Hut in the modern
    state's short history it has learned
    to attract sun-seekers, skin divers,
    conventioneers, professionals on
    study tours, nature lovers, farmers
    - to mention only a few of the
    many different types of people who
    find Israel an alluring vacation
    destination
    And for a number of years now,
    a completely different type of
    tourist has been coming to Israel
    - tourists in need of medical
    treatment ur therapy. A network of
    modern facilities has sprung up to
    cater to this kind of visitor, con-
    centrated in three areas of the
    country: Tiberias, the Dead Sea
    shore and Arad.
    YET TODAY'S health seekers
    are hardly pioneers of medical
    tourism. They have been preceded
    through the millennia by many
    quite illustrious visitors. In the
    Bible Joshua. 19:35 the
    fenced city of Hammath" (the
    word means hot springs) is men-
    tioned. The ruins of Hammath can
    be seen near the modern Tiberias
    may well be the oldest balneo-
    logical resort on earth. The city
    was built near the hot springs of
    Hammath in 18 C.E. by Herod
    Antipas in honor of the Roman
    Emperor Tiberius. The baths are
    mentioned in Cook's guide to
    Palestine of 1911 and were
    described with uncharacteristic
    humor: "they (the baths) are
    supposed to be an infallible cure for
    rheumatism and the traveler who
    has the nerve to take a bath in this
    filthy place deserves to be cured._
    Things have changed a lot in 6/
    vears the baths are no longer
    "filthy but they do help cure
    rheumatism.
    THE SON of Antipas. King
    Herod, settled at Masada over-
    looking the Dead Sea mostly for
    strategic reasons. But he also
    enjoyed the therapeutic qualities of
    its waters. Egypt's Queen Cleo-
    patra was another royal per-
    sonality who recognized the value
    of the mineral springs of this
    region, which she used for cosmetic
    purposes.
    Tiberias and the Dead Sea. both
    located in the Great Rift Valley
    (the geological depression extend-
    ing from Syria to East Africa) are
    both endowed with thermomineral
    springs and thereapeutic mud. The
    Dead Sea area and the town of
    Arad are blessed with factors
    beneficial to various ailments.
    In 1973. the Israel Government
    In parts of the Dead Sea, it is possible to lift
    handful* of health-giving minerals out of the
    uater. Tourists in this 30th anniversary year
    of Israel's independence will try to do this for
    themselves.
    established a Health Resorts
    Authority to plan, develop and
    supervise existing and new health
    resorts. Financed by. and respon-
    sible to, the Ministry of Health and
    the Ministry of Industry. Trade
    and Tourism, it ensures the neces-
    sary standard of both medical and
    hospitality facilities.
    THE outstanding success story
    of the Authority's activities is the
    appearance of the Dead Sea region
    on the international map of health
    resorts. The Dead Sea is the lowest
    point on earth, 1,296 feet below sea
    level. The Jordan River flows into
    the sea. which is also fed by
    numerous mineral springs in and
    near its waters. No water flows out
    of the sea.
    The excess is disposed of only by
    evaporation which accounts for the
    high salt and mineral content of
    the water and for the sea's name:
    for no living creatures can exist in
    it. In spite, or because, of this, the
    Dead Sea is a fount of life, for it
    contains not only curative
    elements, but is also a repository of
    raw chemical materials for in-
    dustry, agriculture and medicine,
    that are extracted, processed and
    exported for use the world over.
    The region is hot and dry, with
    air temperatures averaging 86 deg.
    F. from September through April
    and 104 deg. F. the rest of the year.
    Humidity stands at a low 35
    percent throughout the year, and
    there is barely any rainfall.
    THE LOW altitude makes it the
    richest in the world in oxygen (10
    percent more than at sea level) and
    due to an absence of urban con-
    centrations or industry the air is
    remarkably pure. The high atmo-
    spheric pressure absorbs the ultra-
    violet rays of the sun, so there is
    virtually no danger of sunburn,
    while the therapeutic effect of the
    sun is not affected. And the sun
    shines more than 350 days a year.
    This incredible evaporation pro-
    duces a peculiar mist over the sea,
    a mist which contains a large
    amount of bromine and has a
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    soothing effect on the nervous
    system; the low humidity, com-
    bined with the high rate of
    evaporation, has a bracing effect
    since it increases the metabolic
    activity of the body.
    The region has all the elements
    needed to treat sufferers from
    psoriasis, which affects some two
    percent of the population of
    Europe and America. The most
    important factors in treating the
    disease are sunlight, salt baths and
    relaxation.
    PSORIATICS generally shun
    public beaches because of the
    unsightly symptoms of the
    disease. Many live in regions where
    sunshine is not reliable, and when
    it does appear, it has to be taken in
    careful doses because of the poten-
    tially damaging ultra-violet rays.
    Thus many have to be treated in
    hospitals or outpatient clinics.
    Hospital treatment can also give
    satisfactory results, but is more
    expensive than a cure of four weeks
    at the Dead Sea, including the
    round trip air fare from home. Psy-
    chological stress, which plays an
    important role in the disease, is
    reduced in the relaxing sur-
    roundings of a health resort.
    Since many bathers at the Dead
    Sea are fellow patients, psoriatics
    are not self-conscious about ex-
    posing themselves in public.
    CLIMATIC conditions are
    especially favorable in winter,
    when the disease can be most
    acute, and when sun baths are
    impossible in most regions.
    Between 1971 and 1975, a total
    of 1,052 psoriatics were treated at
    the Dead Sea. coming from Den-
    mark. Holland, West Germany and
    Austria. Some 96 percent of the
    patients were rid of symptoms or
    showed improvement after a four-
    week cure. These i
    induce* health7Z\
    number of European cS'
    Sea International CenterU
    msis Treatment at En Bokef
    Psoriasis is a chronic
    and symptoms usually
    After treatment at
    recurrence is usually
    after hospitalization h
    can be further retarded C
    cures at the Dead Sea
    AT PRESENT, there
    hotels at En Bokek, all h
    one five-star and three i
    Two of them have m
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    The coral reefs south of Eilat along the Dead Sea shore are
    reputed to be some of the most beautiful and unspoiled in the
    world according to scuba experts, many of whom will descend
    upon Israel to dive and enjoy Israel's 30th anniversary vear all
    at the same time.
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    By GARY R. GERSON
    Israel Bonds
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    AS WE celebrate Israel's 30th
    anniversary of independence, we
    look forward to the future with new
    hope for peace in the Middle East.
    Many factors account for
    Israel's ability to survive and
    progress over these past thirty
    years the courage and will of its
    pioneers and their immigrant
    brothers, the sympathy and
    assistance of the Western world,
    especially our own country, stirred
    by the horror of Hitler's sys-
    tematic destruction of the Jews of
    Europe, and the steady support of
    Jews everywhere.
    ISRAEL BONDS have been a
    basic element of that support. Over
    the years, the Bond drive has pro-
    vided the Jewish State with close
    to $4 billion for the economic
    development of the country
    those unexciting essentials termed
    infrastructure roads and rail
    lines, telephone networks and
    power lines, port facilities, land
    reclamation, irrigation and much
    more. These are the foundation on
    which a modern economy is based.
    And a country is no stronger than
    its economy.
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    It is clear that Israel's
    demonstrated staying power has
    been the crucial factor in bringing
    about the present possibility of
    peace.
    It is a far cry from the Arab
    watchword of 1948 "We shall
    drive you into the sea" to the
    Happy 30th Anniversary!
    In Loving Remembrance of Our Parent Founders
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
    {Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
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    statement of Egypt President
    Sadat before Israel's parliament.
    We welcome you among us.' The
    fact of Israel's growth and
    progress, despite adversity, has
    surely been a vital element m
    establishing that difference
    THE ISRAEL Hond effort has
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    to help Israel overcome the serious
    economic problems which remain,
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    ments deficit and a severe in-
    flation. These are really the reflec-
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    We may be accustomed to
    hearing of miracles from the Land
    of Israel, but no nation of 800.000
    could take in 1.500.000 penniless
    immigrants, fight four wars and
    build up a country in 30 short
    years, as Israel has. without
    leaving a lot of necessary things
    undone.
    The new and. hopefully, peaceful
    era now beginning is the time for
    doing them. What Israel Bonds is
    committed to working for and
    achieving is Israel's economic
    independence, by providing the
    economic underpinnings for in-
    dustrial growth.
    ALMOST EVERY developing
    country has similar needs. But
    Israel is not just another develop-
    ing country. It is the homeland of a
    people homeless for centuries. It is
    a sacred place to three of the
    world's great religions. It is the
    vanguard of the democratic way of
    life our way in a part of the
    world where such freedom has been
    i long in coming.
    The people of South Florida and
    elsewhere who buy Israel Bonds
    have done so not just for financial
    return, but because they want to
    be more than bystanders, they
    want to be participants in this
    modem miracle of rebirth. Among
    their number are not only Jews.
    but many non-Jews and a growing
    number of banks, unions and cor-
    :e funds.
    THE CHALLENGE is now up-
    ward and onward beyond the $502
    million purchased in Israel Bonds
    during the 1973 war. South
    Florida, which has been staunch in
    ,i- past support, is now in a 1978
    campaign in which the Jewish
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    THE STATE OF ISRAEL
    ON ITS
    30th
    ANNIVERSARY
    This oasis of freedom,
    this Jewish homeland,
    stands tall among the
    nations of the world for its
    unbridled progress and courage.
    its unyielding principles of
    democracy and self-determination.
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    therapeutic facilities on the
    premises. One of these has an
    Indoor swimming pool with Dead
    Sea water.
    The waters of one of the major
    mineral springs, that of Hammei
    Zohar have been channelled into a
    modern bathhouse and are suited
    for the treatment of muscular and
    joint diseases (rheumatism, ar-
    thritisl. allergies (especially of the
    breathing passages), certain skin
    disease* and neurodermatitis.
    Bathing in the Dead Sea is
    hiiihU beneficial for the skin, the
    bronchioles and certain glands.
    phe enormous concentration of
    minerals allow the body to float
    effortlessly and are ideal for
    phviotherapeutic exercises to
    remedy muscular stiffness and heal
    fractures. Another health source in
    this region is therapeutic mud.
    d tor muscular and joint
    and post-paralytic con
    dilions
    NOR IS that the end of the Ii-t
    of life-gh mf.' treasures of the Dead
    The mineral spring at In
    \,,u overlooking the En Hokek
    resort, flanked by remains of
    Roman waterworks and a Roman
    fort, produces drinking water
    similar to that of the famous
    Muhlbrunn spring at Karlsbad.
    |l is used to treat ailments of the
    digestive and urinary tracts, dis-
    turbances of the metabolism and
    man\ kinds ol allergies
    The Dead Sea shore is a tar cry
    from the European spas with their
    blossoming Hardens, casinos and
    other blandishments. Except tor
    the lour luxurious hotels and
    bathing installations, the area
    look did when Lot -
    her famous last look.
    nbination ol a mag-
    nificenth stark landscape and a
    complete absence of noise, fumes
    and other irritants of modern life is
    most conducive to a concentrated
    health cure. But when some dis-
    traction is called for. the area offers
    sightseeing at such historical and
    panoramic sites as the Oasis of En
    Gedi. Masada. Sodom and Kumran
    (where the Dead Sea Scrolls were
    found).
    Tiberias is far closer to the
    accepted spa image. The town
    attracts no only health seekers but
    also vacationers looking for a rest-
    ful vacation on the shores of the
    Sea of Galilee and pilgrims visiting
    the holy sites of the region. There
    are many hotels of all grades, and
    due to its location. 660 feet below
    sea level, winters are beautifully
    mild.
    THE WATERS of the Tiberias
    Hot Springs have a temperature of
    m deg F. but arc cooled to 100
    deg. F. They are used to treat mus-
    cular and joint diseases, traumatic-
    disturbances (following accidents
    or operations) and disorders of the
    upper respiratory tract (sinusitis).
    The various buildings at the Hot
    Springs Company have pools,
    private bathing rooms and day
    beds, as well as facilities for
    physiotherapy. hydrotherapy.
    electrotherapy and massage, and
    piloma mud treatment. A thermal
    medical center is being added to
    the existing bath houses and will
    comprise a hotel sanitorium and a
    rheumatological clinic. Tiberias
    also has its own mineral drinking
    water seven kilometers north of the
    town, at Migdal. the birthplace of
    Mary Magdalene. The water of the
    En Nun spring, well known in
    Roman and early Christian times,
    resembles that of Evian in France.
    Israel's third health resort is
    different altogether, both as
    regards the disease treated and
    where the extent of facilities is
    concerned The town ot Arad is
    located in the Northern Negev
    desert. 3.300 feet above the Dead
    Sea. fifteen miles to the east.
    The cool, dry and pollen-free air
    are ideal tor sufferers of asthma,
    allergies and breathing difficulties.
    The municipal authorities exercise
    strict control over both vegetation
    grown and industry introduced in
    the area in order to keep the air
    pollution-free.
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    Arad and in this way solved their ::
    problem. There are three tourist
    recommended hotels in Arad. one a
    four-star and two three-star. :
    Each of these three health 8
    resorts is located in scenic spec- :'
    tacular surroundings. Each is also K
    close to historical, religious and ::'
    cultural sites that draw visitors ::
    from all over the world. Thus a
    health cure in Israel can at the :c
    same time be a fascinating holiday &
    filled with content
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    By HAIM SCHACHTER
    IF IT were possible for you to
    be born again, would you want to
    be born a Jew? If it were possible
    for you to be born again, would
    you want to be born an Israeli?
    These and other questions were
    posed to 1,875 eleventh graders
    in 35 high schools of various
    types in Israel, by a team of
    investigators headed by Prof.
    Simon Herman of the Hebrew
    University in Jerusalem. Twenty-
    five percent of the pupils were
    religious, 34 percent were
    traditional and 41 percent non-
    religious. Some 68 percent were
    of Western origin and 32 percent
    of Oriental origin.
    The outcome of the probe
    shows that Israeli high school
    pupils have a stronger sense of
    Jewish and Israeli identity than
    one is wont to believe. With most
    of the pupils the measures of
    their Jewish and Israeli identities
    appear to be equal, although
    marked differences were noted
    between pupils attending
    religious schools and those at-
    tending secular schools.
    WHEREAS the majority of
    the religious and traditionally
    minded pupils looked upon these
    two identities as parallel, only
    half of the non-religious pupils
    felt that their Jewish and Israeli
    identities are complementary to
    each other. Prof. Herman was out
    to examine the measure of
    stability or change in the identity
    of Jewish pupils between the
    years 1965-1974. He had first
    undertaken a comprehensive
    study of the Jewish-Israeli iden-
    tity of Israeli high school pupils
    in 1965.
    Since then, however, Israel has
    experienced two wars, which,
    along with other developments.
    Is Israeli youth Jewish? Would they like to be born again as.Jews? A recent probe at He-
    brew University answers the question.
    may have left their imprint upon
    Israel and the Jewish world, so
    that the need arose for new in-
    formation.
    While there were marked ciil
    ferences between the religious,
    traditional, and non-religious
    pupils as regards Jewish identity,
    Israeli identity appeared to be
    strong among all sect urns. The
    marjority evinced a strong sense
    of connection with the country,
    although their Israeli identity
    appears to be less crystallized
    than their .Jewish identity
    Herman believes that this is due
    to the fact that Israeli identity
    has only been in the process of
    development during the short
    period of the State, whereas
    Jewish identity lias thousands ol
    years of tradition behind it The
    Israeli high school youth e\ ince a
    sense ol belonging to the Jewish
    people and attach great im-
    portance to li\ ing in Israel
    THEIR atl idi to the period
    he Hoioca i icular
    -i hall the pupils
    inter. that every
    Jew in the world must regard
    himself as having personally sur-
    vived the Holocaust and most of
    them think that the possibilityof
    another Holocaust exists. While
    they are fully alert to the danger
    of a resurgence ol ami Semitisa
    in the future, not all ol them
    evince an equal measure "f alert-
    ness t > the danger- ol
    ilation and intermai i
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    ol the danger to J
    in the I diaspora suit of
    assimilation
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    of the 30th anniversary of the State of
    Israel, Mr. Stein is again commemorating
    this important occasion.
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    ,,r3 youth show i
    nclination
    wionl from the country.
    5fS of'the pupils expressed
    desire to emigrate
    Many among the
    that the non-religious. A comparison
    marked between pupils in 1965, who had
    yeridah not yet experienced the two fate-
    the country. ful wards that followed, and their
    counterparts in 1974, who were at
    school after the Six-Day and Yom
    Kippur Wars, shows that these
    events had no marked influence
    on the outlooks of the Israeli
    youths.
    The prolonged period of
    tension between the two wars did
    not apparently lead to a rise in
    group identification but kept
    such identification at a more or
    personal
    nm Israel.
    rttor puP'ls- however,
    i the vorrf.m to some extent
    K the religious pupils were
    Wamantly opposed to yendah.
    FlfiHTY percent of the pupils
    led themselves as Zionists.
    S markedly among the
    eligious pupils than among the
    con-
    less fixed level. In Prof. Her-
    man's opinion, the fact that
    Diaspora Jewry stands by Israel
    in times of danger and in its
    political isolation, has served to
    strengthen the measure of iden-
    tification with Diaspora Jewry
    and also to stress the partnership
    in fate between Israel and Jewry
    in the Diaspora.
    In the period between the two
    enquiries, there has been a sig-
    nificant rise in the readiness of
    the young people to define them-
    selves as Zionists. The improve-
    ment in the public atmosphere
    around the Zionist theme has
    apparently had something to do
    with this.
    THE ANSWERS to the two
    leading questions referred to at
    the beginning of this article are
    enlightening. Some 86 percent
    among the religious pupils, and
    81 percent among the non-
    religious pupils replied in the
    affirmative to the question
    whether they would want to be
    born Israelis. Only 7 percent
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    As it is written: Ben Shloshim
    L'koach "At thirty, one is
    ready for full strength."
    Israel in 1978 reflects 30 years
    of partnership to achieve that
    strength. The holy city of Jeru-
    salem has been reunified for 11
    years. And modern Israel is home
    to three million Jews, as well as
    the source of pride to Jews
    throughout the world.
    THE MYRIAD of humanitar-
    ian programs that help to keep
    Israel's people strong and proud
    in 1978 is the product of a unique
    partnership among World Jewry.
    It can be said that the shattering
    of glass in synagogues and
    Jewish storefronts on Nov. 10.
    1938 was its prelude KristaU-
    nacht which crystallized
    understanding among American
    Jews that a central fund-raising
    body was needed to mobilize
    Jewish resources fully for the
    future well-being of the Jewish
    people.
    Ten years prior to the found-
    ing of Israel, the national United
    Jewish Appeal and the
    Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration's Combined Jewish
    Appeal took shape. This
    unified campaign undertook
    community support for the much-
    needed programs of the American
    Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
    mittee (JDC) and the United
    Palestine Appeal, later to be
    United Israel Appeal. Today, it is
    UIA and Keren Hayesod. its
    counterpart in 69 other nations,
    which channel World Jewry s
    support to the people of Israel
    through the Jewish Agency.
    THE AGENCY is a quasi-
    governmental body that carries
    out a variety of major tasks: the
    reception and absorption of new
    immigrants, training, housing,
    social welfare, rural settlement,
    youth services and education. Its
    programs are crucial to the lives
    and hopes of hundreds of
    thousands of Jews in Israel. And
    its budget is created with full
    participation of a Board of
    Governors, including several
    American Jews and chaired by an
    American Jewish leader.
    The great partnership whose
    30th anniversary we now
    celebrate was given its first
    opportunity for action in 1948.
    Through an unprecedented fund-
    raising campaign that year.
    25.000 displaced persons were
    able to settle in the new Jewish
    State. Between 1949 and 1952.
    community campaigns stressed
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    thousands of Jews from Moslem
    lands in Operation Magic Car-
    pet" (bringing 50.000 Yemenite
    Jews to Israel) and Operation
    Ezra" (airlifting 120.000 Jews
    from Iraqi.
    Later in the 1950s, campaigns
    including Miami's Combined
    Jewish Appeal concentrated on
    the challenge of absorbing
    Israel's more than one million
    new immigrants. The partnership
    made possible large-scale pro-
    grams of housing and employ-
    ment by the Jewish Agency, as
    well as health, education and
    welfare service! necessary to
    make the newcomers self-sup-
    porting citizens of their new
    homeland.
    IN THE years that followed,
    our partnership has made
    possible over 500 rural settle-
    ments established by the Jewish
    Agency. In addition the Agi
    has been able to construct more
    than 100.000 housing units for
    immigrants, and to create 29
    development towns. These towns
    are centers of both industrial and
    agricultural productivity, many
    located in remote desert and
    border areas.
    The increasing inflow of immi-
    grants from behind the Iron
    Curtain and from the Moslem
    world in the 1960s added
    seriously to the absorption
    crunch. To respond to that.
    American Jewish communities
    were called upon to support
    special funds, supplementing the
    regular annual campaigns. This
    need was not fully satisfied until
    the outbreak of the Six-Day War
    in 1967, and the establishment o\
    the Israel Emergency Kund. The
    resulting wholehearted par-
    ticipation by American Jews
    made possible an ai
    schedule of aid and assistance
    programs.
    In the more than ten years
    since that breakthrough, the
    success of the American Jewish
    community campaigns marking
    our Jewish partnership has far
    exceeded all expectations.
    MAX M. FISHER, chairman
    of the Jewish Agency's Board of
    Governors, said: "We brought
    back 1.800.000 Jews to Israel,
    and our achievements are im-
    pressive ... in education, in
    housing, in agriculture, and in
    development towns ... the
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    standards in the world this
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    This year, about 66 percent of
    the Jewish Agency s human
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    programs aimed tow(
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    If needing the full gamut of recent years,
    from premigration
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    . tv' problems facing most precious natural resource.
    Agem-v programs, and education is a matter of sur-
    Israel's Jewish youth
    Continued from Page 7-D
    Cthe religious pupils and 5
    L among the non-religious
    LreplW m lh.-negative. To
    Lestion of wanting to be
    jew again l7 percent of
    [religious pupils and 62
    nt of the secular pupils
    jn the affirmative as
    Ei 1 percent of the religious
    |s and 6 percent of the non-
    ous replying in the negative.
    ijng an Israeli plays an
    Ctant role among 56 percent
    L religious pupils and 49
    fnt of the non-religious. But
    {Jewish plays an important
    i the life of T;i percent of the
    ious pupils as against only 9
    fct of the non-religious.
    85 percent of the
    ous pupils, and 30 percent of
    the non-religious feel that their
    fate is linked with the fate of the
    Jewish people.
    In 1965, only 58 percent of the
    religious had that feeling. As for
    the non-religious pupils, while 50
    percent linked their fate with that
    of the Jewish people in 1965. their
    number dropped considerably in
    1974.
    IN THE ten years that have
    elapsed between the first and
    second inquiries, there has been
    an increase in readiness among
    the Israeli high school population
    to regard Israel as being insep-
    arable from the Jewish people.
    At the same time, however,
    stronger demands are being made
    of Diaspora Jewry to step up
    aliyah and to increase support of
    Israel.
    vival. Yet this year, at a time
    when inflation is forcing drastic
    . increases in tuition for high
    school and college, Israel's
    national budget allows only 9
    parent for education (a drop of 5
    percent since 1962).
    The Jewish Agency has tra-
    ditionally taken up the slack, but
    funds are extremely limited.
    Public education is free only
    through the ninth grade, and
    tuition beyond that will soar by
    35 percent this year. Agency
    scholarships currently allow-
    almost MX).(KK) teenagers par-
    ticularly from poor and lower
    middle class families to remain
    in school. At the college level.
    Jewish Agency funds provide for
    more than 65 percent of the
    operating budgets of Israeli
    universities.
    SINCE the founding of the
    Jewish State, the Jewish Agency
    has sponsored the establishment
    of 508 agricultural settlements.
    Most have become self-sufficient,
    but 210 of them with a
    population of 20,000 still
    require Agency assistance.
    Aside from the Jewish Agency,
    the other major beneficiary of the
    Jewish partnership is JDC
    with a long and distinguished
    history of aid to the people of
    1 srael. I n the early years of state-
    hood, JDC provided emergency
    health care to hundreds of
    thousands. Today. JDC is a
    pioneer in research for programs
    aiding the aged and handicapped
    including non-institutional
    care, socialization, nutrition and
    the like, following the successful
    example set by JDC's network of
    Malben homes.
    JDC also helps subsidize 160
    yeshivot in Israel, serving more
    than 24,000 students from poo'
    families. ORT Israel is also
    financed, in part, through JDC
    This provides secondary school
    courses in forty different trades,
    taught in colleges, technical and
    vocational high BChoola, ap-
    prenticeship centers and factory
    schools. ORT Israel also aids the
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    think of Isaael, and eveayBofcy imagines tel Aviv
    ByARYEHLOUV
    the associative word game
    'Israel- nine out of ten
    the other party w.ll say Te
    [Eveo'bcKly has heard of Tel
    Lt visitors to Israel arrive
    [Aviv's airport. Some even
    ls the capital of the
    .. And thus, every tourist
    Phis way straight from the
    Itothecitv and lives happily
    "her until its time to catch
    parting flight.
    \ used to be. more or less, the
    i, Tel Aviv was the only
    Eth sufficient hotel capacity.
    L, tourists used it as a base
    bring the country. Tourism
    I^ nw hotels went up. a
    [row of modern skyscrapers
    the seafront. until one
    L all the hotel managers
    Xp in their penthouses and
    that thev had preciously few
    io awaken on the floors
    HAD Tel Aviv sunk so
    ictuallv it hadn't, but other
    [centers had risen so high.
    went up in Jerusalem.
    Herzliya. Netanya. Na-
    ,, Safed. Tiberias and a few
    blaces. too. Also the fact that
    liv has no Wailing Wall, no
    Her castles, no Roman
    theaters might have some-
    Lido with it.
    ^any countries, a sunny city
    beach, modern hotels.
    Lignight life and a plethora of
    activities would be a
    tourist center It is
    lomatic of Israel's tourist
    Ihat Tel A\ n has to vompete
    Iny numher ot other localities
    pis piece ol the cake
    the city father-, It
    j we must, compete we
    and sel up the Association
    mirisni Tel Wiv-Yafo, u>-
    with hoteliers, travel agents
    jailers. The Vssociation has
    Joing a creditable sales job
    he ware- the citj can offer
    kitor, which .ire pretty much
    Ir as those consumed by its
    I the Tel Aviv ia n is no home-
    [He spends his tree Shabbat
    beach, ami on weekdays
    a dip in the sea before or
    |wrk. or during his lunch
    INY evenings
    alk cafes,
    , and theater .,
    Itthl clulis Roam the streets
    pturday evening and you'd
    not a single |>erson had
    I at home
    art spent in
    restaurants,
    halK, parks
    Aerial view of Tel Aviv on the shores of the Mediterranean.
    The architects have even incor-
    porated in the concrete curves
    chess and backgammon boards, to
    let future diggers know how '20th
    century Tel Avivians passed the
    time of dav when thev weren't
    upon learning that there is one
    cluster of no less than eight
    museums right next to each other.
    This, the Museum Ha'aretz, will
    also appeal to the more sedate
    museum goer. Of special interest to
    the visitor from abroad are three
    buildings devoted to and especially
    built for collections of glass, coins
    and ceramics. Kach traces the
    development of these objects
    through the ages, with emphasis
    on items found or produced in the
    Land of Israel.
    Other pavilions of the Museum
    Ha'aretz that can provide some
    delightful viewing are the Museum
    of F.thnography and Folklore, and
    the Alphabet Museum. The latter
    presents the history and develop-
    ment of writing.
    THE Tel Aviv Museum, with is
    ever expanding art collection, has
    outgrown two buildings since its
    inception in 1931. and is now
    ensconced in one of the aforemen-
    tioned showpieces on King Saul
    Avenue.
    The visitor to Israel is faced with
    a diversity of sights and activities
    that few. if any countries of similar
    size can offer, and the Association
    for Tourism Tel Aviv-Yafo is well
    aware of this. They will gladly let
    the tourist partake of antiquities,
    holy sites, deserts, kibbutzim, and
    what have you. knowing the lim-
    swimming in the sea or pool on the and girls, let us hasten to point out itations of stamina even the
    lower lev el, or mooring their yachts that the city has a selection of strongest of the species must have.
    in the nearby marina. museums that larger cities might When it's time to take a breath,
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