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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
\. Iume53 Number 1
THREE SECTIONS
Combining 1HI JEWISH UNITY and IHt JEWISH WiiKLY
Miami. Florida Friday, January 4. 1980
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Students Rally in D.C.
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000 students (mm
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uxi Canada rallied outside
A hit.- House und then
a half mile tO the otfice
Bales tine l.iU-ralion
11 ion in downtown
in in an angry protest
I he Iranian "terrorists"
\merican hostages in
and the PLO terrorists
rained them
inting slogans such as
the 50 Now. Hell No
and We Say No to
sta, the students called
.itmnal solidarity with the
and stressed that their
were not students but
t errorisl
student!
masquerading aa
THE WBLL-orgsnized rally
and march ended at Dul'oiu
Circle when' the students staged
a mock trial and handed down
"guilt} verdicts against
Avatollah Huholluh Khomeini
'a terrorist, not taint" the
Iranian government, the Iranians
holding the hostages and the
PLO
The 'charges read against the
PLO enumerated its acts of
international terrorism including
attacks at Athens Airport, the
l.od Airport massacre and the
murder of Israeli Olympic
athletes at Munich
The demonstration was co-
sponsored by eight student
organisations representing
campuses m |0 states and
Canada They were The College
Republican National Commute.
College Democrats of America,
"louth Institute for Peace in the
Middle East, the North American
.Jewish Students' Network.
Young Americans tor Freedom,
Young Social Democrats
Frontlash. Youth Labor Project
for Voter Registration and
Political Fducation. and the
Young Republican National
Federation
THE RALLr" outside the
White House lasted about B0
minutes It was opened with an
invocation recited by Rabbi
Samuel Goldman of the
Washington Hoard of Rabbis.
Continued on Page 13-A
lugging Match
Basketeer A uleie Perry
Suffers Racial Slurs in (amir
B> HASKJCLL COHEN
\ YORK 1JTA1 The
iblidsed racial Lncidenl
a basketball game in
ok place on the night ol
1 the Yad Eliyahu
arht n the beevil)
\m\ Maccabi five
their arch rival, the
1 1 \v iv team by a H
87 During the game
his Hapoel fans shouted
surs ut Aulcie Parry and
\ illiams. the Mnck stars of
\v iv Mai cabis
a home game of the
*l club and the prepon
demnce ol the fans wen' trom
that groups organization Thev
repeatedlv yelled the Hebrew
equivalent of the opprobrious
English slur, "nigger' Party,
who converted tO Judaism,
understands enough Hebrew to
know what the fans were calling
him. and he passed it on to
Williams The game was a rough
one which the Maccabii managed
to wm ip tlie .losing moments
IMMEDIATELY after the
final whistle, 1'errv normally a
placid individual. hurled a
bask Schmuel Nachmias, of the
Hapoel team Nachmiaa
responded by spitting in Perry I
tace. whereupon W illiams rushed
to the aid of his lei low American,
and near not ensued before both
teams wen' cleared from the floor
The Israel Basketball
federations Arbitration Board
held a hearing t hat lasted 1 1
hours Testimony waa offered b)
Alberto Allon phvsual therapy
pecialial at t h Wingate School
of I'hv sii al Bducalion
The Hoard subsequentl) or
dered Perry and Williams
uapended tor the next ten league
Continued on Page 16 V
Iran Leads
Ten Top 79
News Stories
NEW YORK The Iran
crisis is one of the ten most
significant events that
affected the cause of human
rights in 1979. according to
the Ant i-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
The "top ten" list in-
cludes Pope John Paul II's
visit to the United States,
the signing of the Egyp-
tian-Israeli peace treaty.
and the fall of Ugandan
dictator Idi Amin.
THE HOLDING of American
hostages by Iran is included in
tin selection because hopefully
it taught us to understand that
c with just grievances may
theless themselves be unjust
and because, having
hil>ernated following our Vietnam
adventure, this nation will hope-
fully react more vigorously to
ant i-democrat ic terrorism
abroad."
The nine other significant
events of 1979 are:
Pope John Paul I Is visit to
the I'niled State* Because it
revealed that faith, regardless of
its language or sectarianism, is
Imth communicable and con-
tagious".
0 Argentina's release of
Jacobo Timerman. "Because in
the release of one brave man. Wl
are reminded of the anguish of
the thousands of political
prisoners still incarcerated
around the world, and in sharing
in the jo> ol oni man's freedom,
we are encouraged to petition foi
Continued on Page 3-A
Still At It
Ball Would Punish
An 'Intransigent9Israel
ISM
GEORGE BALL
'Dr. George' Aims to 'Cure AntiSemites... 8-A
By VICTOR M. BIENSTOCK
George VI Ball no longer holds
an official position in the United
States Government but he is a
ranking member of the small,
permanent establishment which
dominates American foreign
polk) regardless of which partv
is m power I'nder Secretary ol
State in the Kennedy and
Johnson administrations and a
former Ambassador to the
I mlcd Nat .otis Ball has closely
followed Middle Fast develop
ments and has long been a
trenchant critic ol Israeli polk)
He has been particular!) severe
in his appraisals ol Israel i
policies toward the Arabs and
has long advocated the Rogers
Plan, with minor modifications,
as the solution ol territorial
issues His viewpoint must b.
accepted ,iv in large part, an
i pn ssion ol the position ol our
gn polk) establishment
WRITING m the January
issut ol i rs, the
inflin nt ial quarter!) published by
the Council on Foreign Relations,
Ball warn! that American Israeli
relations are approaching a
Crisis -tale He warns bluntly
that unless \mencan Israeli
\ redefined
either in a closer or loose!
direction the search (or an
Arab Israeli peace will be
completely thwarted and the
interests of both nations in
creasingly jeopardized.''
He describes Israel's position
vis-a-vis the I'mted States as
"dependence without respon-
sibility," American and Israeli
interests not always identical and
the immediate problem how can
our relationship with Israel be
brought into line with tin
national interest '
Ball s basic complaint is that
the t nited states has neva
since the Eisenhower-Dulles
days, -tk! up tO Israel but hav
yielded tO the Israeli hard line i
Continued on Page 9-A


Friday
Page2-A
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A check of $15,000 for Cambodian relief is presented by the SynagOgut t ouncdof*" '
the Interfaith Hunger Appeal in special ceremonies held in th*^ofBuhop EdutnB
Brodenck. president of the Appeal. Left to right are Bishop Brodenck. Kitty Made>on.\
executive director of Interfaith: and Stephen Cohen, chairman of the Synagogue ( ..an. i <>,
America's Task Force on International Affairs. Interfaith Hunger Appeal is a coahtion of the
overseas relitf agencies of the three major faiths.
Headlines
Synagogue Council Offers Aid
A check of $15,000 for Cambodian relief -
monies collected from Conservative. Orthodox
and Reform congregations throughout the nation
has been presented to the Interfaith Hunger
Appeal by the Synagogue Council of America
The Interfaith Hunger Appeal is an ecumenical
coalition of the Church world Service, Catholic j
Relief Services and the
American Jewish Joint j ,
Distribution Committee, the overseas relief cIiy
agencies of the three major faiths.
In a special ceremony in the office of Bishop
Edwin B. B rode rick, president of the Interfaith
Hunger Appeal. Stephen Cohen, chairman of the
Council's Task Force on International Affairs,
declared, in presenting the check, "the great
responsibility men. women and children have to
other men. women and children is to save life.'
who has declared himself "a passionate advocate
of the ordination of women, said he regarded the
decision as a defeat of ordination for the for
seeable future
The motion presented to the senate called upon
the Chancellor to appoint a committee of
ic scholars to complete a systematic
study of the status of women in Jewish law. and
continued: The proper resolution of the or-
dination question can be achieved only within this
larger context
Mrs. Coretta Scott King has invited Rabbi
Marck H Tanenbaum. national director of Inter
religious Affairs of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, to deliver the keynote address at an
ecumenical service commemorating the life and
work of her late husband. Dr. Martin Luther
King. Jr.
The service, to be held on Jan. 15 at the
Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, will be part
of a week-long observance of Dr. King's 51st
birthday He was born Jan. 15. 1929.
This is believed to be the first time that a
national Jewish leader has been invited to
keynote the annual service in memory of Dr
King
In accepting the invitation, Rabbi Tanenbaum
called it a "major gesture of friendship and recon-
ciliation between responsible leaders of the Black
and Jewish communities He stated:
"I sincerely hope that this notable event will
constitute another contribution to healing some
of the strains that have unfortunately developed
in recent months between Blacks and Jews. I
certainly will do everything in my power to make
it serve that vital purpose.
In a major reversal of strategy, the National
Council of Jewish Women has dropped its sup-
port for the Child Health Assurance Program bill
passed by the House of Representative* because
it carries two extreme amendments restricting the
right of women to choose abortion.
National president. Shirley I. Leviton. said.
"We feel that these reprehensible amendments,
when tacked on to a bill such as CHAP, are an
attempt to blackmail NCJW and other groups by
forcing them to choose between children's rights
and women's rights."
According to Mrs. Leviton. "NCJW refuses to
go the traditional route of trying to convince the
Senate to pass a bill without any abortion riders
after the House has added such riders In the past
NCJW has agreed, although most reluctantly, to
accept moderate restrictions on abortion rights in
order to achieve passage of vital pieces of
legislation. We now believe that Congress is
incapable of adopting such legislation free of the
harshest abortion restrictions." she said
The extradition order handed down against an
accused Jmunian homber to face tnal in Israel
supports the principle that "terrorism should not
be condoned by granting terrorists refuge here."
according to the Ann Defamation Ixague of
B'nai B'nth The Jordanian, Yiyad Abu Fain, is
charged in Israel with responsibility for a blast ir.
a Tiberias marketplace last May 14 which killed
two and injured 36
Federal Magistrate Olga Jurco'l ruling said
Debra Nesselson. AIM. s Midwest counsel has
reaffirmed this country's efforts to fi^ht world
terrorism
Fain, who entered the United States June 15 on
a temporary visa, was arrested Aug 20 on a
request for extradition from Israeli authorities
He fought the extradition on grounds that his
arrest was politically motivated

The American Jewish Committee has welcomed
the action of the Alianza Popular party in Spain
calling for the establishment of full diplomatic
relations between Spain and Israel
Bertram H. (iold, AJC's executive su,
president, declared that the establishemnt of such
diplomatic ties would be a demonstration of the
Spanish regime s desire to move toward greater
democracy by normalizing Spanish ties with the
one true democracy in the Middle Fast. Israel
He added that the creation of these ties would
be consonant with the position of the Furopean
Common Market countries that Spam hopes to
join." and expressed the hope that the action of
the Alianza Popular would be emulated by other
parties and groups in Spam
lt 5abb,11i*)lo'non J Sharfman. of Brooklyn
NY will be the recipient of the National Rat,:
binic Leadership Award at the 82nd Anniversary
national dinner of the Orthodox Union in May in
New jork 7

The faculty senate of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America has postponed by a vote of
25 to 19 any decision on the question of the or-
dination of women as rabbis in Conservative
Judaism
ders.>n D. Cohen, chancellor of the Seminary.
M-l 4 to
The National Fxecutive Committee of the
Labor Zionist Alliance has voted to support the
compromise proposal of the Fxecutive of the
World Zionist Organization that while every- Jew
who can be. will be rescued from the Soviet
Union, financial assistance for absorption and
resettlement will go to only those Soviet Jews
opting to go to Israel or those Soviet Jews with
immediate family already in America who opt for '
resettlement in the U.S."
Both he and the NEC members noted that "no
one will be forced to go anywhere Soviet Jews
can select freely their new country of res id en,.
but "Jewish communal funds will not be available
for use in their absorption outside of Israel, said
the LZA. unless they have immediate family m
America, for example
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Knesset Beats Move
When He Meets Sadat Next Week To Legalize 'Bank*
ud
By DAVID LANDAU
ERUSALEM (JTA)
At least two lengthy
tings between Prime
^ister Menachem Begin
President Anwar Sadat
Egypt have been sched-
during the Israeli
er's four-day visit to
er P:gypt.
fficials said the two
would meet at Sadat's
home on the Nile in
?"an on the first evening
legin'l stay, and at a
hotel in Aswan on the fol-
lowing day.
Begins subsequent schedule is
flexible enough to allow for an
additional session should this be
required, the officials noted.
ASIDE FROM his political
talks expected to focus on the
autonomy negotiations but to
embrace, too. a regional strategic
iwim in light of the Iranian
crisis the Prime Minister will
visit the Aswan high dam, the
temples at Abu Simbel (near the
Sudanese border) and the tombs
and temples of Luxor (Valley of
the Kings)
Begin and his wife Aliza and
Iran Leads Ten Top
News Stories of 1979
I
'
Continued from Page 1-A
p dom of those lift behind";
h< iionaligned nations 00O-
. ,n Havana. "Hecausv the
anti-Semitism cloaked as
Kionisn and the pwnicioiu
Americanism cloaked a*
ritxnalism that emanated
"avana M stark re-
to both Israel and
fit .1 of ho their friends
tii tniea ri-.ill\ are";
'! extension of West
iny's statute of limitatioiu
prosecuting Nazi war
l- "Because culpability
a/ism i war against the
like the .inrush it has
cannot be filed and for
rezhne> i release o( wverj
Jewi oonmctod with the
hijack case and three
dissidents Bscauss their
freed teacbss us that
gh the Communists are
tl Bv >ous in human rights, they
Hi "> .ous tn this country's
pvored-Dstioo trade <>p
port unities, a powerful weapon
we can use to further human
rights":
t The fall of Idi Amur
Because the fall of tyrants seeds
freedom*';
The signing of the Kgyptian-
Israeli pean treaty. "Because
Kgypt, in Wreaking ranks with
her Arab brothers, and Israel, in
ceding territory vital to its
defense, have made daring and
momentoua sacrifices for peace"
The suffering and starvation
of Indoihinese refugees
Because their anguish is a
reminder that the propensity for
genocide is stive and well and its
new address jj Southeast Vsis";
I in escalstion of vandalism,
desecrations end verbal violence
Because violence in words and
deeds sgsinst property of racial
end religious groups had abated
lor m.iri v years, its sharp
escalation in 1979 is an early
warning alarm that warrants
i.ireful, concerned attention "
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aides will be spending three full
days and nights in Aswan,
arriving Monday. Jan. 7, and
departing Thursday, Jan. 10.
The Prime Minister's program
also includes attending an
evening of folk dancing by local
Nubian artists, and a helicopter
ride with Sadat over newly
developed agricultural areas
bordering upon Lake Nasser
(below the high dam).
Some 50 Israeli journalists and
100 foreign journalists stationed
here are expected to accompany
the Prime Minister on this trip.
THOUGH THE schedule is
relaxed and allows for resting be-
tween sightseeing, the plane,
boat and helicopter itinerary over
the three days would tax the
strength of a younger man
If Begin carries it off without a
hitch he can certainly demand
according to observers here
that the rumors about his
ostensibly poor health should
iease circulating in Juerusalem
political quarters
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Knesset defeated by
a massive majority a proposal by the ultra-nationalist
Tehiya Party that Israel apply its law to Judaea, Samaria
and Gaza. Tehiya submitted a vote of no-confidence on
the issue and some Labor Party members joined with
the government coalition in defeating it.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin, replying for the
government, said Israel was committed under the Camp
David agreements not to change the status of the areas
during the transitional period. Begin said Israel had never
regarded Judaea and Samaria as "occupied" and it
retained its right to demand sovereignty over them in
eventual negotiations for the "permanent status" of the
areas.
Arab Heads
Told They
Abdicated
Responsibility
BOSTON Dr Klias El-
Hayek, executive director of the
American Lebanese Information
Canter in Washington. has
charged that the Arab heads ol
state, at their meeting in Tunis
List month. abdicated their
responsibilities toward the
weakest and smallest mem her of
the (Arab) l-eague i Lebanoni hv
saddling it with the burden of the
Palestinian struggle at the ex-
pense of the security and peace of
the Lebanese people."
In a letter published in the
Christian Science Monitor. Kl-
Hayek noted that at Tunis
President Elias Sarkis of
Lebanon finally broke his long
silence about the Palestinian
encroachment on Lebanese
sovereignty and demanded at the
meeting of the Arab heads of
state that they withdraw
from south Lebanon and stop
launching attacks on Israel, or
claiming responsibility for
terrorist acts inside Israel
El-Hayek observed that The
compromise which finally was
adopted by the summit is in fact
an endorsement of the Pl.o view
the Palestinians will keep their
milltST) bases m the smith, but
pledge to halt temporarily their
attacks on Israel trom the eree
The Vrab states promise to give
12 billion over a tive vear period
tor the reconstruction ol
Lebanon
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Friday. January 4
A Complex Argument
There is a growing tendency in American
organizational life to strike out against those
Russian Jews who opt out of going to Israel once
they leave the Soviet Union. The argument goes
something like this: No one has a nght to tell Jews
where they shall live. On the other hand .Run
Jews who prefer America to Israel should not be
given financial assistance to get here or once they
arrive.
We understand the nature of the argument^
Why should Jewish philanthropic funds be used
against Israels most urgent need, ahya? We un-
derstand it. but we do not necessarily agree.
For one thing, such an approach puts Israel in
the position of being a punitive agency^Israel is not
a penal colony; to place the country in that light is to
demean one of the most vital democracies in the
world and the privilege of being an Israeli citizen.
For another, it places in question American
Jewish concerns in the cause of human freedoms
elsewhere. How can we rationalize our efforts in
behalf of. say. the Cambodians and their settlement
here if we deny the same Jewish philanthropic
assistance to Russian Jews?
No Easy Answers
Another facet of this terribly complex question
is the issue raised that our assistance to Russian
Jews who opt out of their Israeli visas only assists
these Jews to become non-Jews once they arrive on
our shores. The tragic fallacy here is that the Jewish
experience in America is necessarily assimilationist
in nature. Equally shortsighted is the automatic con-
clusion that the Jewish experience in Israel is neces-
sarily binding to a Jewish continuum
The facts are just the opposite. There are
assimiliationist tendencies in both countries, as well
as there are lives steeped in rich Jewish experience,
depending of course upon individual convictions.
In either case, it seems not only hollow but even
punitive to 'legislate" our view of just which Jews
shall live where, particularly when these American
organizational tendencies are precisely that
American.
Those who would legislate in the comfort of their
American experience ought at least to examine their
hearts in terms of their own responsibility of aliya.
A Long-Needed Move
The United Nations General Assembly finally
did something constructive. In the closing da s of
the 34th General Assembly, after years of d ay on
acting against international terrorism, the Asst mbly
adopted a convention outlawing the taking of
hostages.
The convention adopted by consensus last
month was first proposed by West Germany three
years ago. The Iranian crisis apparently had some-
thing to do with this lack of opposition to the
resolution, as diplomats realized that they. too. can
be targets of terrorism, despite diplomatic im-
munity.
The new convention compels nations who sign it
either to prosecute hostage-takers or to send them
back to the country of nationality to stand trial. A
hostage-taker is defined as anyone who seizes
another to compel a state or government
organization to take some act. This no doubt covers
the terrorist activities of the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Of course, the catch is that the convention only
applies to countries that sign it. But international
pressure can now be raised against those who refuse
to do so by the United States and other countries
who want to end terrorism. A stronger stand against
terrorism itself is still needed.
UN: A Fantasy for the 1980's
THIS IS a fantasy ** *
decade of the 1**0* The facts
are these
Lone after the news *< ,,ul
thafthe students holding the
KttS.toth.US Emhyg>
Teheran are no, students a, alL
but terrorists trained hy
PalMttofcn Ubwatton OKWiM-
,,on instead. S.vretars ol S
Vance in th, final W.ks Of
waa still welcoming th. proffered
assistance ol V..s,r InfM to
inured, to th.ho.ttgw *'hait
This was not th. first time thai
trafal had own at th. source 01
international mas hem only
appear moment- later u >"-
interested negotiator" m th.'
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Union ot the m.) h.-m
FOR THOSE ho do no more
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w,n b. w 1 sd that \rafat had
,uujed the ver sam. ,
mce in Cypi .en m
. Ion* before his I.-heran
,ul il th.- recoil*
,llN ... nng bell thei
reheran
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last year of the decade of -a.
1970s ahout th.
penalist dogs, the Chr.4,
infideK and the racist /.totag.
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stand that you can -..[ hirbar
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same time that \
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likelihood is that the) did B*
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\ I**:-. .. -^ ft
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/lonist propagai
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general
PRE8IDEN1
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'
.1 good dos.
been suffering then
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Unittd Nations is a batti.
I he e\ploMS S .XI ." ,
Moslem pow
: nalued nal
rhe itniggli
agamsl Israel si
would to
miniature a camp
I hud w orld to
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. aai
Question: After Begin, What?
HAIFA The conattnt
discussions here with respect to
Mi-nachem Begin* possible
successoi u Prime Minister have
ihi-ir basis in various and often
conflicting motives Than are
those in the opposition who are
interested in shaking the l>oat.
and feel that esers reflection on
Begin I health or ahilits to
gpvern, will weaken the present
Government And there are those
who are just as intent on
maintaining Likud supremai \
bbt feel that it is w ise :,, have an
agreed u|mm fJUCCSor asailahle
just in case Heirin should Step
down.
It is also no secret that Begin
has iMt-n faced with result from
within The extremists those
who fed he has betrayed his own
nationalist principle! and
capitulated to the Egyptians
have ahead) withdrawn and
formed their own part) llr. hioli
(Revival) On the other hand,
-ome ol his colleagues consider
him still too extremist .
surreptitious Is connis inj; to I.
him edged out ol offn. In this
the> are of coursf receiving
indirect am
1 ..it ir opposition
IT IS open talk thai the
( hairman ol the Jewish '
\r\eh lhjl/in. ,s tri,
behind the inten i fforu to
unseat Begin l> dzii :
himwll s ;
world
thi
fun
rin- k
to engineer w hat has been caJ i
Carl
Alpcrt
a /*!. exploded in hi. face
The problem of an eventual
sur st:li exists 1 he n*>*
popular prospect spoken ol at the
moment is I ,>< \Sri/man.
Minister of I h tens.
Ever) straw [mil puts him at the
very head ol tin list ot potential
on lie has pvrtunal
charm, anjoyi splendid rOatxiOSM
with the Egyptssa leadarshlp
has IB exi ell.nt military
round ii aonvivial and
ad of a itrang s,.nse of
humor, a ijunlits lacking in nm4
Howevei some who ha\e
him i los.ls (.,r mans
rbed b) ci
I as nrs.f
outgrowi ll. || said in ha mi
tiers
His d
uptinuaoi aad
I HI 111 Mil
i
.
setUamant in an ,x **
Samaria and tow
aulonooi) H.
dawk
Still, a pol '
alwas s com '
sursi\al In th. '***"
exit (mm i h.
reaaon, than is
.mire Likud r ""
,,.mmands wid<
appeal except v.
ran through th. ^
the sarmus ("ahm-t rr^rfWO^
oosnpaUBl d. v rlh**
men most ..( t In
..( the caiibn '' Mm
Crime Minister II takssytsw
axpoaun to the i
ot resp.Hlsil.ilit ,*WF.-
image and the .)ualx>
attrast public sup
I he Likud peopk h*4'
such axpoaun fei
and are ,H-.r in I"
Ih.s has. not had *
portunit) to de*el I ^
those m whul
position i. ao ri,'
Shimon Peres
ik Rabin
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Page 5-A
Bonn Chancellor
He's Urged to Make Visit to Israel Soon
BONN f.JTAi Erik
umenfeld, .1 member of
Bundestag who ia
i sident of \\w (ierman-
rael Association, has
tilled on Chancellor Hel-
hul Schmidt (< make Ins
i postpi i isil t>
--.i.'l as .. demons! rat i<
it Bonn go\ernmenl re-
11ion "t >>il blackmail and
- support negol iated
n i't the Middle Easl
nflicl
He also urged all
ernments and
:! figures to stop
i .suring Israel to nego
with the Palestine
i in < h :anizai ion
( H MID I
b) Prime
Yitzhak Rabin Th.
:
M i u hem He^nn i
Bui th.'
lor has held bach ia) ing
Anuld ki to Israel al tmu
.. h a \ iail would be moat
.n.' to th> pi a< (forts m
.i
nfeld. ho i- uNii ,i
>f the Parliament of
aid that 198o trill l> i
special significance for
i Israeli relations and
iil on thi- Federal Govern
tu support Israel .it aver)
"t i hi difficult paai i
itss with Eg) pt
trged that Israel and
massivs aconomic
financial support in a
framework In that
lm on, he proposed legis
full would oi iki it in
\ ri bo)
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firms
should I
ler to | el's
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s encoui
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V1KNFEL0 a -
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' pre*
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Berlii I an ai
.it its encountered in
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different uc*
'l.i Middle Hast were
t ed by two meuibera of a
man delegation that just
Irned from Beirut where thev
with PLO Chief Yasi'r
1st.
hater Schinzel, a Social
nocrat member of the Hun
ag and the Kuropean Parlia-
l called on the Common
[ket countnes lo recognize the
as the official representative
(the Palestinian people, to
ort the establishment of a
"tiniun state, to condemn
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Israel's settlement policy in the
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create the ba is I to talks "
ANOTHER member of the
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Israel's right lo exist Hut none
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The (ierman delegation WBB
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Energy Crisis
Seen as Potential 'Disaster'
Tal Brodie Named Top Athlete
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM
The Cabinet and the Knesset are
preparing to tackle Israels
energv problem which Energy
Minister Yitzhak Modai has
described as a potential
tster Energy conservation,
ding a plan to ban th<
u da} a week was
,,, } ... ., | Usi ussed by
. \ igal Hum
econonu) cabinet. but the
minis! 'led to defei the
issue to a general C
meeting
Modai said he would ask the
Cabinet tor special powera to
regulate the use of energy Under
present nil.-, the State is obliged
to supply electricity to any client
regardless of wastage
MODAI APPEARED at the
first meeting of the Knesset's
new Energy Committee, headed
bv MK Micha Harish of the
Ubor Alignment The new body
was formed by members of the
Finance Committee and the
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee, who have taken a
special interest In energy
Previously, energy matters were
handled by four separate com
mittees
In hi- presentation, -1
the recent meeting ol tin
inization ol Petro
Exporting Countries in Cai
,,! new obstacles foi la
pun 'i-1 oil
II, said the inconclusive
outcome ol the lab OPEC
meeting resulted in the ih-m
tegration of the world's oil price
structure The instability '
prices on the free market makes it
even more difficult than in the
past to calculate the feasibility of
potential oil transactions. Modai
said.
HE SAID the trend toward oil
transactioni between govern
ment- was a tiegs
rlpmcnt for lri Jj
most OPEC countries will not
deal with il Mod
ma> beanincreas. mil
on the spot market .n Rol et
hut prices then
imp* -
Mod
-
stations
within ->
Modai empl i o
gravity ol thi
must be brought homi
Israeli Therefore, he supported
the proposed one-da) s-weel
on private car- even thougl
experience has shown
savings of fuel an' only marginal
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Financial Distress
Brings Call Aid
M> JOSEPH POLAKOP?
|\\ \SHINGTON UTA) -
t.u I financial dietreea brought
soaring coats "* petroleum and
I] ,\ requirement! hai Im-ti
ined in stark tarmi to
r*idenl Carter with a paqul
tit'spit*' Xmcricu s own
imic .md energ) proUama,
port additional assistance
the Mkidlr I iisi i Ion*
ill. nation
I (i.t.iilt'ii leitar to the
-ui nt. Rap Mi'njamin
lenthal ID.. N.Y.). deputy
lip ..f the Democratic l*art> in
House, talced Carter to give
favorable consideration to
Is requeet tor |] Bfi billion
military aniatanca and $1 fi
i m economic aid for fiscal
. ontmuin^; the loan-grant
in i>th categories'
in ADDITION. RoaanthaJ
tit. I am asking for your
port for converaionof tha$2.2
on loan approvad following
Kgyptian-Ieraaiil peace
\ to SO parcenl grant which
nsistenl with thi' formula for
I asaiatance Kosenthal's
.1 COp) of whuh was ol)
<\ the Jeariah Telegraphic
\ amphasiied
am not unaware of the
irmnui problems and
isurea you face in shaping a
Igi-t to sent to (ongn'ss for
di war h*m I do believe the
r> .i--il assistance discussed in
letter is eaaential to main
img the viability of the
giom) end defenae of
- beat friend and moat
ally in the Middle Ka-t
in the beat intereata of the
d States and the raiiMi of
- requaat tor additional
ing is for the I S fiscal year
inning next Oct 1 The
lident will submit the federal
t for that year shortly after
frees returns Jan 'J3 from its
end recess.
KilSI.ATION pending in
tress for the current fiscal
provides allocations for
Israeljtf $l billion m military aid
and $750 million in economic aid.
the Bam a- in the past two yean
Egypt, which is now receiving
$><> million in economic aid, is
understood to be in line tor
military assistance ol about
billion in the coming fiscal year
\ a result of its [>,.,',. tr, atj
with Egypt. Roaenthal added,
larael has surrendered
territorial and energ} securit) to
take a chance ..n peace Die
gamble was taken willingly but it
is expensive In this connection,
be ieid Israel i turnover ol the
Sinai oilfields to Egypt and the
loss of its major source of im-
ported oil. Iran results m the fact
that Israel s oil bill by 19H1 will
amount to nearly $2 billion
annually, or a billion and a
quarter more dollars than inst
three yean ago This amount
alone eiCQodl the I860 million in
additional .< onomic aid Israel is
aeldng for fiacal year 1981.'
Roaenthal said
\t current prices for defense
items, he continued, the $l B
billion Israel is requesting for
next year has the same pur
chasing power as the $1 billion
provided h\ the U-S in 1976
"SINCK THE level of military
aid has l*n kept at SI billion in
fiscal yean 1978. 1979 and I960,
the funds available to Israel have
bean insufficient to finance all the
items already approved by the
Defense Department As result
of the rapidly rising cost of t>oth
equipment and the money to pa]
for it. Israel I debt service to t he
United States in fiacal year 19M
will l>e $7.".(l million or ap
proximatelv the same as the
economic aid presently provided
by the United States
Continuing. Kosenthal noted
that the net aid flow to Israel
would be zero if present aid levels
are not increased Israel already
has the largest per capita debt in
the world $3,260 as of Dec. 31.
1978. Its citizens are taxed at a
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Jewish 'Defenders' Hit Anti-Semites
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) A
secret "Jewish Defense
Organization" has been set
up in France with the
avowed aim to combat anti-
Semitism by both political
means and 'physical ac-
tion.-' After lengthy pre-
parations it struck openly
here. Some 200 JDO
members, many wearing
motorcyclist helmets and
carrying steel bars, burst
into a meeting of the 'New
Right.**
JDO MEMBERS told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
they had originally come to
express their "indignation'- and
that the clash broke out when the
meeting's security men tried U>
chase them out using anti-
Semitic terms Both sides agree
that the clash lasted about 15
minutes during which the Jewish
activists had the upper-hand
Then, as suddenly as they
arrived, at the sound of a whistle,
they disappeared just before the
police arrived. They took with
them their helmets, their sticks
and even their wounded who were
all privately nursed, avoiding
public hospitals and possible
police identification.
Jewish defense organizations of
one type or another have always
existed. Generally, they sought
either to defend Jewish areas or
institutions or. like Rabb. Meir
Kahane's Jewish Defense
League, to play an active
political rota by the use of
physical \ tolence.
THE NEW French organization
is set up differently First
because it wants to act both
through political and physical
means, secondly, because it is
backed according to some of
its members by a number of
prominent communal per
sonalities and organizations, and
thirdly, because most of it-
members are not just wild
youths," but respectable
members of the professional
classes doctors, lawyers and
upper level executives in their
late twenties or thirties.
The Jewish Defense
Organization was created, ac-
cording to some of its members
contacted by the JTA. about six
months ago. Its main purpose is
to fight anti-Semitism in France
by a mixture of political action
and physical violence Our attack
against the New Right meeting
had a double aim We wanted to
scare them physically and show
them that if they are toughies we
can be tougher than them But
we also wanted to brand them
politically as neoFacists and
give them the publicity they
want to avoid.' a committee
member told JTA
The man is in his thirties, tall
and athletic looking He stressed
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expression Doctors ptod
BnLxplaiiwd"Idontjlwyh
people over their heads
Irenerall) 1 to to cure them '*
is known aa Doctor George
HF SAID that "trying l" '
up their meeting is not -'^/""'
Jnv our task now is inform
public opinion of ho the n.
RiKht members are and -hat
lhe\ want For US ph>
violence is part oi "W***,.*:
provoking the moral and pol
ronacience of tha countr) m
which we live. France, into
sort of action to stop thamoaiore
it b too late
Moat of tha people m the JDO
are like me." the informant said,
people with active, normal
professions who feel thai the
traditional Jewish establishment
,s not doing enough U) combat
anti-Semitism or show its
support for Israel Generallj
they do b vote resolutions ami
end them to the press We leal
that something else is needed
"A few months ago we start.nl
organizing ourselves The people
who joined us come from all aorta
or organizations, from the ex-
treme right to the extreme left
We have former TrotlkyistS as
well as former Betar peopk v
we have in common is our desire
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combat anti Semitism in
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eorge Ball's Formula:
Israel Must Shape Up Or Ship Out
itinued from Page 1-A
He accuses Israel of
ig policies hurmful to
in interests while, at the
time. demanding and
|g American aid
U TIVTTIKS [lnhhv in \N ashington. he
exert a strong an influence" on Amencan-
tlations, contributing in
wa) t<> the constrictions
cm American freedom of
In .ictK>n toward Israel
Israeli influence in
ton is so strong, he
s. that "practically no
i .in be Iaken. or even
I. within the executive
, it bout it being quickly
0 the Israeli govern-
immediate concern is
Israelis are refusing to
ihe Palestine Arab
that failure to resolve
is preventing estabbsh-
keace in the Middle last
^t the present state of
I hi- absence of peace
|hlv detrimental to
interests.
r,-vs that the ultimate
Hegin administration
hit tie down the ("amp
rreementa on the West
ultimately to annex the
His comments on the
ii | isis now on retaining
|i r control are caustic
tit>~- a little known fact
)ul) H*W* when he was
n.ment Representative
L'mted Nations. Prime
|l.e\i Estlltol authorized
II King Hussein that, in
ii Israel would be
return the Weal
minor modification to
Ithority Hussein.
H.ill narrates, "was
tat tin.. ,i tree agent
>t the Khartoum
>r. barring any talks
1 RRBNT posJtkM of
i government. Hall
(fen no hope whate\ n
- toward resolution ol
Hni of th; West Bank
u the core <>t the
issue which, in turn, is
t' i lasting peace lli<
'lir Israelis for en
00 the West Hank
tlementa and land
and for conducting in
Lebanon "a policy of
nil w ide-ranging air
inflict casualtifs
RRBNT position of
government. Hall
Deri no hopewhate\er
toward resolution of
ol the Wast Bank
h. the cote of the
r*' which, in turn, is
P< lasting peace ." He
the Israeli* for en-
on the Went Hank
in.nts and land
nd tor conducting in
hanon "a policy of
i wide-ranging air
inflict casualties out
ion to the occasion
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Arabs, he says, can hardly be
blamed "for believing that Israel
ls engaged in a deliberate policy
of expansion and consolidation
The former ranking State
Department official asserts that
although Israels policies are
"profoundly antithetic to
American interests and prin-
ciples." Israel neverthele-
QOntinuee to expect and to
demand military and economic
aid from the United States and
has become a ward a kind ol
welfare dependent ol
America Israel's dependence on
the United States, he claims
"has now reached the point of
totality "
America's overriding interv
in the Middle Kast. Hall says, is
to promote peace, particular!)
bstwaan Israel and the Arab
states, because "America needs
to establish friendly relations
with the Arab states that are
becoming increasingly significant
elements in the economic life of
the world That is not possible,
he says, as long as Israel is at
odds with the Arabs
FURTHERMORE, peace is
necessary because "we need to
keep the Middle Kast out of the
communist orbit This requires
not onl\ peace between Israel and
n.e Arabs but the avoidance of
iliMsive issues that set Arab
states against aaj h other and
seeking to play one superpower
against the other
American support of the
Israeli-Egyptian peace efforts, he
contends, has Contributed to the
polarisation of the Arab world"
and he warns that "particularly
now thai the Soviets have beach-
heads in the Horn of Africa and
South Yemen. America must do
everything possible to maintain
and strengthen the nations on the
littoral of the (Persian) Gull
which is at the moment the
strategic heart of the world."
In this connection he asserts
that there is no possibility
whatever of Israel playing any
useful part in the direct military
or strategic sense" because the
Arabs will not cooperate with the
Israelis. Defense Secretary
Browns mission to the Middle
Kast countries to ascertain
defense needs, he says, "was told
in the most categorical terms
that any project that involved
Israeli territory or forces would
be highly disruptive." Assuming
that Hall is correctly reporting
the Arab position and there is
no reason to assume otherwise in
this case that would mean that
in the event of an emergency.
American ships would not be able
to use Haifa's facilities or U.S.
fighters and bombers would not
be able to use Israeli bases
without the United States in-
curring Arab displeasure.
THESE CONDITIONS. Ball
insists, dictate an American
policy that would require Israel
to desist from planting set-
tlements on the West Hank and
that the current Israeli-Egyptian
negotiations on the West Hank
and < i.i/a be completed by their
May 1980 deadline "in such a
way as to assure elections that
will k-ad on to genuine Palestin-
ian participation in the major
governing functions of the area.
Under the Camp David
Accords, he asserts "this would
mean an agreed transition period
of genuine but limited
autonomy Camp David implied
and President Carter clearly
intended. Hall declares, that the
process must inevitably lead to
self-determination by the Pales-
tinians at the end of the tran-
sition period."
Hall finds no merit in the
argument that Israeli security
requires retention of control of
the West Hank, iterating that
there is no such thing as a totally
secure border and that security
can be attained only through
development of peaceful
relations. "What Israel needs
more than anything else is
peace." he advisee, 'for it will
suffer a severe erosion of national
Ian and self-esteem if it is forced
*o continue armed to the teeth,
squandering its human and
material resources on maintain
ing a garrison state and de-
pendent for its economic livlihood
on American generosity
ISRAELI POLICE must be
brought into conformity with
Vmerica's, Hall insists, "with
Israel accepting the essential
changes in the American
position The alternative is that
Israeli American relations must
become much looser, with the
I'nited States resuming its
freedom of action on all forms of
aid to Israel, so long as Israel
sinks to its present course."
In an exaggerated acknow-
ledgement of the power of the
Israeli lobby and the American
Jewish community. Hall says
that ordinarily, such a con-
frontation would be out of the
question in an election year."
THE VETERAN diplomat,
now an international banker,
concludes by warning that only
by the effective pressure of
American public opinion, leading
to constructive actions by Israel,
can we avert an outcome that
would be desperately damaging
to both countries, but most of all
to Israel itself "
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On the
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Poland
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olt. Kini-hHrt and Winston, 904 pp.. S18.95.
II I.IAN KULSKI has reconstructed the diary and
kirs from his youth, when he came of age in Nazi-
.1 Poland. The Protestant son of the Mayor of
a Kulski was only ten years old when the war
i .t his chronicle covers the entire period of 1939 to
r n invaders. He became a freedom fighter and joined
ish resistance. Herecounts his perception of the
w (ihetto Uprising in 1943. from his first secret
n into the ghetto, to the capture of the last
ing Jewish ghetto fighters.
E SUBSEQUENTLY fought with the Polish Home
in a two-month-long battle with the German Army
saw. He was captured and put into a prisoner of
ip all before the age of sixteen.
at is interesting here is that this is the account of
ew. A non-Jew who is Polish. A non-Jew who had
friendj, who performed heroic acts, and who
agonies and nightmares. Kulski then, is a Polish
whom we, u Jews, would honor as one of the
us Non Jews u term which Israel uses at Yad
COgnise those gentilee who helped the Jewish
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On behalf of the (ireater Miami
Concerned Parents of Cull
Children organization. I want to
thank you most sincerely for
puhlishinK the article, Cults
Hook Many lews m Search of
Their Identity, m the I*.-. 21
We hope it will serve to
alarm our lo< al community to the
dangers ol cult activities and
their nefarious efforts to entrap
unsuspecting Jews rhia is s,,
' more importanl when v.,
ru prolifi ration of cult
ments which have set up
their headquarters in the Miami
The Concerned Parents of Cult
Children a/aa formed several
months ago at the suggestion ol
(he Ilineni movement.
II IS now an independent
organization and is making its
facilities available to all parents
whose children have become
involved with cult groups. We
meet for monthly group-
counselling sessions and we are
available for help in emergency
situations at any time
We are disturbed at the depth
of the problem locally because
more and more parents an'
joining our group. We are now
counseling with families whose
children have been snared by 1-
different cults Some cults have a
number of our local children, and
adult 9 in their clutches
\\ welcome an\ i>! \ our
readers who have cult problems
in their families.
. RABBI R.DOBIN
"Consultant Coordinator
Concerned Parents Organization
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian
The Miami Beach area is now
ountering a new phenomenon,
the pi i( ion nt i ults into the
ults ,i I- enai e to our
socii oeed onl)
lonestown and en-
vision '. i powei -i leada
knows hnw to control the minds
nt our -.'arching, bewildered
youth
Presently, there are more than
three million Americans in these
cults. Your child is vulnerable,
regardless of his upbringing.
Particularly, the wealthy These
are the ones the money-hungry
cult leaders love to inveigle.
HOW CAN the community
stand by without raising an
outcry against the steal: hy soul-
snatching culprit s''
Wake up. folk! Let us not In-
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silence
Hineni is seeking to ish
an edu il
f) ing shelter for oat
Jew i~!' runaw a> soul our
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Iforld nations arv unaware
rribla price you pay for
Ifncndship. Afghanistan
|j.s story explicitly. Hut
I N arena has afforded
World nations is ideo-
ippOfl from Moscow at
olitical advantage to
and at no cost to its*.|f
fhird World is not
Stan onlv Then is. for
\ u'l nam t hat in trw end
)v. n shot s
\v.r must coma to reckon
i.it lx)th Russia and the
lorlci are the onlv power
K enjoy any advantage
(Wjuence of the existence
United Nations
lion This includes the
it ions, the robber baron
f i man) of which
law DO real political
I \ pi tor the l N
[a- Russia is ooncerned,
must OOUM to reckon
Russia and the
Itudt^nts
Illy in D.C.
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Jintting of the American
rial lonal am hems
I he >ouths wore Mm
had their hands tied to
tl \mvrican hostages
ihv U S hmbassv in
a large though un-
HumtH-r of the students
idaih vigil opposite the
base) which has been
each da) tor the last
to express aolidarit)
Uriel .lews teeking
I.eMtMilman. wife of
[(ingory Levit, was
p the Embaae) briefly
1 allowwf to submit a
half of her husband
i who immigrated to
the USSR in 1977, is
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Soviet Union are not
svnonymous Russia is metal)
the pivotal Communist state
power in a confederation of
captive multi ethnic states, main
of which would prefer to be in
dependent of Russia and its
Soviet Union hegemony manv
of which frankl) fear cultural
genocide at the hands ,,t the
So\ lets
FURTHERMORE. while
Russia [g aaaantiall) western
power clamoring for techno-
logical equivalence with the west .
other of the So% let states run the
gamut from outright Oriental to
Middle fCaatarn and Moslem
whose interests are about as far
removed from this Russian
mbil ion as are t heir ethnic mots
\\ hal the Soviet Union has
been able to do in the United
Nations arena better than it
would be able to do outside >( u ,s
to maintain a balance between
these two seeming!) contra
dictor) object ivee
It enjoys its base ol power over
these subjugated states par
ticulari) since all i>n> man) ol
them at the IN have the
ooemetu appearance ol indepen
dent nationhood with indepen-
dent VOting rights in essence.
the IN thus serving as official
at i Lift .it ion of enfon ed So> iel
dominion over others At the
same time, the Soviet In ion
scrambles for technological
ascendancy Reckoned in these
terms, the t'N givea it the op
portunity to exploit the best ol
two worlds
S<) MICH for the facts Here
is the fantasy for the new dl i
of th. 1980 9
Now Lhal w>- in \meru a, ,i~ .i
consequence of Ii perhaps
tor the first time inaugurated into
the meaning of the IN as a
growing tactical weapon against
w.-tern civilization, it will strike
Us tO remove ourselves from it
indeed, to consider having the
I N remove itself from our midst
Opponents of this viewpoint
will argue that the Soviet Union
would immedialelv offer itself BJ
the new site for a successor
world peace organization thus
leaving us on the peripher) of
international exchange Hut that
is high!) unlikely, given that the
I N m New York today is one of
the moat complex intramural
espionage agencies on the face ol
the earth, which the Soviets
would surely not want in the
shadow of the Kremlin i
Similar!). it is inconceivable
that anv of the western indus-
trialized nations, including
Japan, will move in to fill the
breach (hice stripped of its
lamelot costume and seen for
what it is in the U.S., no one else,
with the possible exception of
ever -meddlesome France. will
i are to supply the IN with a new
wardrobe
AS FOR the Third World, it
will unable to proffer the
prestige necessary for such a
stage and disinclined to supply
the fundl furthermore, were
these not sufficient reasons for
the Third World U keep hands
off. there is always the
question of the incestuous real-
politih such a new United
Nations location would surely
pose There, the Third World
would be performing only for
itself and therefore without the
international theatrical effect
that is its primary objective.
Given successor body to the
present United Nations under
anv circumstances, the shakeup
will tone a reorganization of
member nations according to
more realistic power patterns
than presently exist, the power
patterns laid down after World
War II and this will be bound to
work against the So\ let I tlion
which can be relied upon to
Struggle to retain its old position
ol primacv against Third World
clamorings for a greater share of
it
This will force Russia, not the
sov let Union but Russia, to make
a choice between its role as
wt-stern nation, and all that that
implies to the Third World, and
as the pseudo paternalistic linch-
pin in the larger Moslem ( rriental
complex ol the "sov n t system
what M.I. ,.f th.s will mean
i^ .i scramble for Third World re
alignment \t worst. j| will
mean no successor organization.
ing the Third World isolated
from its warfare- arena m New
York, and the Soviet Union
without a stage on which to
produce its endless self aggran-
dizing scenarios
Whal does this fantas) tor the
'->s also etlV ision It foresees a
basic struggle- against such a
possibilit) b) the continuing
western civil libertarian bleat in
the suicidal cause- ol humanit)
suicidal because the Soviets and
Third World have only
contempt tor what the civil liber
tan.in- talk about anv wa)
rhe fantas) has staged a
rebuttal to the bleat in which it
contrasts the So\ iet I nion -
constant threat to veto United
Nat ions sanct ions against Iran as
a means oi gaming the freedom of
the' American hostages with the
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Mghaniatan
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NEW YORK The Union of
Orthodox Rabbis of the United
State* and Canada has sent a
cabas to the Ayatollah RuhoUah
KhoAeini urging him "as a deep
believer in religious ethics" to
" immediately free the 50
Americans held hostage in
Teheran, "thereby alleviating the
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The cable, signed by Rabbi
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organization, and Rabbi Simcha
Elberg, chairman of its ad-
ministrative committee, noted:
' The Union of Orthodox Rabbis
of U.S.A. and Canada, the oldest
and most authoritative rabbinic
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Hemisphere, is a non-partisan,
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ensure that our people, the
Jewish nation, follow the in-
struction given
Holy Torah."
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for the Jews who are among the
American hostages held in the
U.S. Embassy.
Hirshberg told Kol Yisrael
radio in a telephone interview
from Teheran that he was in
touch with the Iranian
authorities who 'invited' him to
Teheran and who would deter-
mine precisely when he would go
to the Embassy. He said he did
not know how many of the
hostages were Jewish Four
Christian clergymen were allowed
to conduct lengthy services for
the hostages on Christmas Eve
Kol Yisrael said Hirshberg.
born in Poland and formerly a
rabbi in Chicago and Montreal,
reached Iran "via Jordan and
Syria."
NEW fORK Funeral
services were held Dec. 25 for
\^ht>r Penn. an author and
^mcr city editor of lh, ./... ish
Daily Foru ani. who died at
Mount Sinai Hospital at the age
of 71 Horn in (iaisin. in the
Ukraine. Penn arrived in the
United Statiia in 1936 by way "f
tuba where in 1932 he founded
and edited Cuba's first Jewish
weekly. Havaner Lebn His
father. Sholem Pannes, who ;.-
prominent in Cuba's Jewish
community, had brought his
family to that country in 1924
Before joining the / ird in
1963. Penn was the news and city
editor for the Yiddish-language
paper. The Day-Jewish Journal,
where he also functioned as the
paper's United Nations
correspondent
NEW i()RK About -
persons attended a ceremony
placing a new menorah on a
-ynagogue in the Riverdale
section of The Hronx. NY in
response to the vandalism of two
outdoor Chanukah menorahs
Dec 23.
Rabbi Avraham Weiss, of the
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale.
said a menorah on the roof of the
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Sunday ru*ht and "f-""*
onto the street He said a second
outdoor menorah two blocks
awav was thrown onto the nearby
Henrv Hudson Parkway
Weiss said it *as decided to
place a new menorah on tht
synagogue as a statement
strength and conviction
JERUSALEM A Nigerian
officer serving with the I nited
Nations forces in I^banon. I.t
Col. Alfred Com. was sentenced
by a Jerusalem magistrate *
court to 16 years' imprisonment
for smuggling weapons into
Israel in the service Of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization and other illegal
activities He was dtportad Dec
Israeli authorities reportedly
wanted a quick settlement
affair which has sound n
with the UN Interim ^ rcw i
Lebanon lUNIFll (ion h..
was arrested b) Israel secuntv
forces last June I! was I
guilty of arms si
assisting the enemy and h
contacts with foreig
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ent But the circui
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border into Israel ii
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housing units will !* built in the
administered territories within
the ru \: \ -ir t he M
Settli menl
decided in Jerusalem
decision if
approval bj th. rreasun which
is expected m a meeting tx
Finance Minister "> igal Hurwit/
\gri< ulture M mister Vriel
Sharon and Construction and
Housing Minister I >a\ id Las)
'Inly Haanan WeitZ
chairman of the Jewish Ag
Settlement iVpartment and
Justin- Minister Shmuel Tamir
voted against the plan Weitl
TFI AVIV I>abor MK
Shoshana Arhelli Almoehno has
asked IVfense Minister Exer
Wei/man to investigate the
circumstances that led to the
allege*! snub of the (ommander
m-ch.ef of the Israel Navy when
the Israeli missile boaTjI
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*waa*.ArbHl,.Alm^
Knaaaat. said the faju "
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Commander Zees aj"
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keteer Aulcie Perry Suffers Racial Slurs in Game in Israel
(linurd from Pag* lA
Nachmias was suspended
next four Hapoel games.
Hapoel organization was
i 15,000 because the game
|wed at its home court and
rd was unruly
{IS YVKITKRS in the
preai wan diaturbed by
mti' penalty imposed on
B. > abl team which could
jabl) lose enough games
without the aid of the Mack stars
in the upcoming league schedule
to drop them to last place. This
would eliminate the Maccabis
from the National I-eague and
relegate them to what is referred
to us the First league, the
\mencan equivalent of the minor
league.
The iron) is thai Maccabl
represents Israel in the European
Cup Play and has been per-
forming beautifully in the
elimination tournaments that will
end some time in April
It had been a foregone con
elusion that the Tel \vi\
Maccabis would be a finalist in
the European Cup championship
competition which it won in 1977
Israeli iporta writer- cannot
understand the severe penalty
imposed on the nation's premier
team.
BOTH PERRtf and William?
are former professionals. As
recently as last year, Williams
played 23 games for the Boston
Celtics, while Perry was a steady
performer for the Virginia entry
in the ABA and had been
vmii king with the New York
K: ckfl prior tu si^ninK un with
tin Maccabu two years ago.
\t'. r he converted to Judaism.
t- Immediately after the final
* whistle. Perry, normally a
placid individual, hurled a
I basketball into the stomach of
. Schmuel Nachmias, of the
Hapoel team
it became possible for the Tel
\\ iv Maccabis to latch on to
Williams who was approved by
the Federation of International
Basketball Association. per
nutting him to revert to amateur
standing
I Never before in our history
I has the dream been this close.
=\1 I Moses dreamed of it.
So have untold millions of Jews
down through the ages.
Children like Anne Frank. Geniuses
like Albert Einstein. Innocents
like the Olympic athletes murdered
lat Munich.
ColdaMeirlivedforit.
ISo did those who fought incredible
lodds in the Sinai.
md those in Miami who cried
[during the times when the dream
In early died.
|liut the dream of a spiritual home-
land for the worlds Jews did not
[die. Not pharaohs. nor fuehrers,
nor terrorists can destroy a vision
[that has been passed down from
[generation to generation, in
countries everywhere.
iiid now. with peace between Israel
ind Egypt, our dream is closer to
?oming true than it has been in a
thousand years.
But there are still grave dangers.
Perhaps the greatest of these is the
Idea that since there is no war in
the Mideast, the people of Israel no
longer need our support to care
pr their pressing human needs.
)thing could be further from
the truth.
ror unless we continue to help the
eople of Israel, the dream that
las endured the Exodus and the
olocaust could slowly be strangled
jy staggering war debts, economic
embargoes, political isolation.
Uld runaway, triple digit inflation,
lich means she must rely on
is as much as ever to help meet
>er vital human needs.
-very moment of every century
Mnce Moses, our people
lave worked for a dream.
/e must not fail it now.
ie dream is within reach.
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Community Leaders Named as CJF Directors
'"r- ol the Miami
i mmunR) h\
I I Oil the board
i he 'ouncil i
l< rai i<
| dej arc St anJi v I Myers
president: Ham it
L'JF vice president. I.
\rkin. Fran Levey; Harry
I and Morton Silbarman
y is current!) pretidenl of
Greater Miami .Jewish
Fi ii ion
| Smith and Sill>erman
bast presidents and iivnlieii
Ji> GMJF hoard of directors
H.irr\ A I.e\ y. who is also a
ration vice preaideol
ir- Levy la a member of the
d ol director! of the GMJF
nen s I >iv iaion
)i PRESIDENT Morton 1.
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W.th '
theCJI
I ad< i
' 11 Board meml Irawn
the leadership of local
federations In addition in-
di*. iduala seta ted to chair CJF
committees automatical!) serve
on the Board of Directors
Convening at the general
aeaambl) and CJF quarter!)
meetings, the board is Council's
cent ral governing bod)
supervising policy, finance and
programs
CJF will'hold its first Board
Institute Jan :- 20 at the
Konover Hotel in Miami Heach
time foi
! will
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member .,u
the
undersl snding ol ('ouncil
Ml VBBAT ACTIVITIES will
include a discussion on
Rel riev ing the Jewish Treasures
ol Prague, led by Mark
lahsman. director of the (Mr"
Washington Action Office,
Professor Michael A Meyei ol
II C-JIR. Cincinnati, and Ilillel
Ku \ al of Harvard University
On Saturday afternoon and
evening, I)r David Sidorsky of
Columbia Universit) will -peak
on '"The Jewish Condition and
th. Dei Bde Ahead.' followed In

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hops w ||| |)f
ited to ( ouncil's functional
operations Community servici
budgeting and planning,
volunteer and professional
development, financial resource
levelopment, international af-
fairs and national i oordination
rmal CJF hoard business
items will he considered at the
concluding luncheon session.
I UK COUNCIL of Jewish
Federations is the association of
more than 190 Federation-
welfare funds and communitv
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Coui
instrument to strengthen the
work and th pact of Jew i-ti
Federations through leadership
m developing programs to meet
changing needs in the Jewish
community; through the ei
change of successful experiences
t<> assure the most effective
community services; through
establishing guidelines for fund
raising and operation; and
through joint national planning
and action on common purposes
;ng with local. regional,
national and international needs
Chaplains Group Honors Mrs. Graham
i
v rom
Jean H> >cal Women Attend
T Conclave in N. Y.
National Organization of
'a American ORT will
ts annual Council of
s in Sew York City on Jan
Officers of 80 Regions
rating 140.o ttend
p. Sperooi. president of the
-tern Fkmda Region,
1 Roes, chairman of the
Intive Committee, will
nt th. MM members of
al Miami chapters
Speroni announced
ri s Centennial i sai
rations have formal!) begun
the lot) years of
the educatiooal needs of
> "(Hi people and thus
rantl) altering their lives
of their families
-aid t he sn nee w ill
Bl plan- t. r centennial
and with plans to
i network ol actrt ities
t.iv ids the funds neei
. urrent enrollment ol
1UU.UR) in a global network of
1 (MX) schools and training units
Current developments in the
ORT overseas program include
expansion of the Monlreuil
School in Fans, its school in
Marseilles, and its new Computer
I enter in Rio de Janeiro, due to
open in mid-March In New York
City the Bramaon ORT
Technical Institute is now in its
third year operating as a fully
a. i redited junior college
ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation Through
Training! is taking a greater
coin ern in t he Jew ish communitv
at large In Us inception in
Russia m 1880, it was prfjnaril)
organized lor vocational training
Toda) >R l is dealing with
\nti Semitism. the Multllt I sal
Mla. k Jew ish relat ions and
various communit) problems
which may affect its bask
puip.is,- ol vocational and
te. hnical t raining
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than 200 leaders rtpn s, nting Greater Miami's high I
" -> buddings participated in ater Miami I>u ish
- Hi-Jute I ice last u eek Co
in th* ent were (from left /'. : tun B fi intcA i hair-
[/ the GMJF Hi-Rise Dh is in, GM
* uient; and Anita Rol ber of the GMJF board
\
Awjlglri Floridian
\ certificate ol appreciation
wa- presented to Mrs Bob
i \delei Graham on behalf of the
Florida Chaplaini Association by
its pre-ident. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, at the aasociation'a recent
annual meeting in Orlando
Mrs Oraham chaired a special
-ession at the conference on the
problems of the aged. The cer-
tificate recognized Mrs
Oraham s leadership role in
bringing the concerns of the
elderly to the attention of the
citizens of the state of Florida. It
further recognized that she has
been speaking out bravely and
forcefully on those matters which
keep our elderly from enjoying
their sunset years in security and
comfort "
Joining Mrs Graham for that
-essi.in was James P. Doyle.
program staff director of Aging
and Adult Services for the
Florida Department of Health
and Rehabilitative Services, who
shared with the group the various
programs now in effect
throughout the state on aging.
H
Mrs. Bob Graham receives
certificate of appreciation
from the Florida Chaplains
Association. Making the
presentation is Rabbi
Solomon Schiff.
The Florida Chaplains
Association is comprised of close
to 100 chaplains of all
faiths Protestant. Catholic and
Jewish from throughout Florida.
The) -erve m various in-
stitutions The organization was
founded in 1975, in part, as I
result of a recommendation by
Rabbi Schiff to the then
governor, Rep in \skew to
investigate wa s t,, upgrade and
to make more effectivi the
Institution of Chaplaincy in the
state
The governor appointed a
Chaplaincy Advisor) Committee
to act on that recommendation.
Chaplains throughout the state
Aere convened by the committee
resulting in the formation of the
Fkirida Chaplains Association
Rabbi Schiff. director of
chaplaincy of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
\-sociation of Greater Miami,
has served as president of the
Florida Chaplains Association for
the past two years.
The work of the chaplains was
recognized by Gov. Graham
when he issued a proclamation
designating the week of April 30
as Chaplains' Appreciation Days.
Mount Sinai Leader
Samuel Gertner Dies

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Funeral services for Samuel
Gertner. president of the Mount
Sinai Foundation and retired
administrator and executive vie
president of Mount Sinai Medical
(enter will be Friday at 11 a.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom, Rabbi
I.eon Kroniah w ill officiate.
Mr Gertner died Tuc-uav
while vacationing in Freeport.
i Irand Bahama He a as 72
111 recogn ize Gertner i
leadership and his retirement
the institution he helped
mold, the month of December
had been devoted to celebrating
his o years ol service to Mount
This was preceded on No\ 28
b) a social event in his honor.
attended b) some 500 leaders
PRIOR to 1949 when he came
to Miami to become ad-
ministrator at Mount Sinai, Mr
Gartner had bean assistant
director of Heth Israel Hospital
in New York
He came here and Ix-gan his
official service t> the medical
center on the very day it opened
its newlv renov ated doon on 1NK
t 1949
i lertner was alw ays a man who
thrived on challenge and a sense
of dissatisfaction with the status
quo That ipialitv propelled the
medical .enter forward tor
.centIv summed up
hi- guiding philos, | \
hospital I- never finished II
ho-pital -top- doing thin*:;- I
!hrough
itive dm
M :
w hen
live rule, he pushed fur an
Samuel Gertner
integrated nursery He fought to
establish t he teaching program at
Mount Sinai and foresaw the
need foi modern technology while
finding the financial means to get
it
Throughout the years, it was
(Sertner w ho guided ach
ex| an -it Sinai
I HROUGH !.. years, hi
i. n tht r. enl
hi d- grow from rent
.ii i he board of
p policj
I i, lident and it d an
official member in full standing of
the board of trustees
Sam was a hospital man 2-4
hours a day said Fd Shapiro.
chairman of Mount Sinai board
of trustees He didn't have time
for hobbies The hospital was his
lohhv
\ graduate of Weal Virginia
Jniversit) Mr Gertner jo
the Mount Sinai staff in
when the hospital was occupying
the converted facilities of the
Nautilus Hotel
He duln t w ant it to be just
another communitv ho
shapiro said He wanted it to
have specialists II. was an
innovator
Shapiro credited Mr Gertner
with the hospital's recent
acquisition ol equipment tor
Studying nuclear medicine
Mr Gertner wa- a former
president of the South Florida
Hospital Association, the Fk>nda
Hospital Association and the
Mount Sinai Foundation He had
been professor Of hospital ad
ministration at the Universit) of
Miami and visiting facult)
member ol the New ^ ork Mount
Sinai Medk al School
In 1971, he wa- appointed to
the advisor) council of the stati -
Division of Communit) Hospital
and Medical fat ilil a -
Suiv ,\ ing are his wifi E dil I
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F"d-N lnu.rt,,
JWV Again Protests
Redgrave Film Role
The national K .^
Vetei ,
L'.S Di
ainsl thi
Sj
Limited. and the
idcasting Sj
regarding the use <>'
Indiantown (iap. ;i military
reservation, for the purpo*
producing the movie l'la> ing I"r
Time." -tarring the controversial
\anessa Heiip-ave.
Redgrave portrays Kanial
Fenelon. a talented .Jewish artist
who surv ived inhuman rigors and
suffering in a concentration camp
during World War II
Redgrave's ongoing support
and endorsement of the Palestine y Redgrave (left) at
Liberation Organization is cited vane"f. ZlKin I nndon
in the complaint as 'the total pro-PLO rally m London.
disregard of the human and civil
rights of the citizens of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
and that the use of the land is an
abuse of discretion which
threatens the lives, mental health
and well-being of its citizens and
the maintenance of public order."
The complaint also states that
American Mizrachi Women
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JNF 100 Lincoln Road Banquet Jan. I
bi Irving 1
National Fund I
JNI 2
Sunday. Jan laineblean Hilton
Hotel at noon
The honorees are Sam and BsrbsrsChernoH.
'dedicated workers 00 behalf ol
National Fund and Israel The gliesl speaker will
t Kabbi Mbmt Miram..* I
i taaodaUoo ol I In Ma
i M hairmaa \ musical program will '
the Cbasaidk 1 I
H Brash, accompanied t>\ V
\ arahko Ths honor*** will t ,
I'lauur ol Recognition for U
dedicated SBO ice tn the commun/.v lad It I
the state did not follow the
mandate of the legislative act
when it authorized use of state
owned land for non-military use
to a profit-making organization
without compensation an-
ticipated back to the state.
American Mizrachi Women
will hold a mini-convention on
Sunday. Jan. 13. from 10 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. at the Hebrew
Academy. Miami Beach.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Shmaryu T. Swirsky of Beth
Jacob Congregation who is also
professor of world civilization at
Miami Dade Community College.
A round-table discussion
including Mrs. Lily Stone,
mother of Florida U.S. Sen.
Richard Stone, will be held on the
work of American Mizrachi
Women.
Other round-table participants
will be:
Mizrachi Women. Ruth Zellner.
vice president. Florida AMV\
Regina Wang, chairman of the
Florida chapter. Mother in
Israel. Arline Reinhard. Child
Day chairman: and Pearl Sch-
wartz, president. Hatikvah
chapter. AMW.
Lunch will be served, and there
will be favors and door prizes
Tickets are by advance
registration and cost $5.
Co-chairpersons are Charlotte
Roth and Regina Wang
Yiddish Musical
Comedy Slated
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
will sponsor The Delta Players in
a Yiddish musical comedy The
Sages ol Chelm.' Sunday. Jan
20. atHptn at the temple social
hall. Miami Reach
No tickets will be sold at the
door For tickets call 1 red i
Lev) chairperson FV n
Levy, Leua Siloviu or the temple
office
BIKI RCHOL1M
The newly established Bikur
Cholim ol Miami Beach will hold
its first meeting Tuesda)
evening, Jan 8, at p m at Bets
Israel Congregation Miami
Reach
Beth David Services
On Phdaj evening, Jan 4. at the Coral Waj :
IWih David Congregation, the congregation ... -. ,,i
Sabbath of Tribute to Ixjuw Gadon. who has beer, i utdgA
Bar and Rat Mitxvah since 1937 at the BeUs Deal
congregation
Gadon horn in Lithuania and came to the I'mucssjl
IB I9K9 Having begun hui studies in PWatvai unde al
guidance of Rabbi Kahneman. he continued rtodj c M
countr) at the Hebrew Theological College of Chxaf salB|
Teacher Seminary' of Yeahiva Collegv .'\nS
Hi has taught in New York and Georgia
Second World War served tn the Armed Bervieaa t pcajj
France and Germany He is a paat premdt-r.t tat nicmf
Teacher \s->ciat>n
For the generations of persons at Beth Da\id who knaj
influence.! and directed m their religious de\e,
man greatly loved and revered according to Rabbi Sol L
Member* ol the congregation will honor him it i
Spector Hall beginning at 6 15 p m and in an One* *aa|
- g the Lata Sabbath Kve Service to be bead is let I
san<-tuarv
Bess
Florida
Kurzban.
Council of
president.
American
Aventura Women
Set Card Party
i.........i jewisn tenter
Sisterhood will hold its once a
month card party on Wednesday.
Jan. 9. at noon Refreshments are
served Men are welcome to join
in.
Tickets are being sold for the
play "Checking Out" at theKuth
Forman Playhouse. The play is a
comedy with a strong ethnic
Jewish character, played by-
Aaron Hey man. an 83-year-old
retiree from the Yiddish theater
Tickets may be picked up at
the temple office daily from 9:30
a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through
Friday. The play is Saturday.
Jan. 26. at 8 p.m.
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Rubin and Bess Jacobs
To Be Honored Sunday
Heth-FI Congregation will
nor Mr and Mrs. Rubin
cohs. active communal leaders,
a testimonial luncheon
inday. Jan 6. at noon at the
lerwitzer Building of the
pbrew Academy, Miami Reach
'We are recognizing the un-
ralleled service of Mr and Mrs
>l)s to our congregation for
inv years They have rendered
Notional service to us in
idling the holiday seatings.
Kaddish and Yahrzeit
rangi-menls. and in countless
!er duties." said Jerry Rienen-
L-ongregation chairman
111 v man Chabner. Heth-Kl
Insurer, is chairman of the
icheon. and can be reached at
Academy office for reser-
pom
Ur Jacob*, formerly in the
dwar* bu*in**i in Brooklyn,
I has bOMI, together with his
i Ban, active in the Jewish
limunal life ol Miami Heach.
iving here bohm 12 yean ago
I'h.'ir two sons. Harold, ol New
hwy, and Martin, of Massa
Mtta, an- upected t<> attend
tribute luncheon
Mrs Jacobs has held office in
Mr and Mrs Jacobs
s.Aeral organizations, and is now
vice president in charge of life
membership of the Mizrachi
Kabbi Alexander Gross
(lean of the Hebrew Academv. in
acknowledging the dedicated
service <>f \1r and Mrs Jacobs,
said. This tribute to this
wonderful couple is long overdue
Their presence m this community
has been an asset not only for
Beth-El. but for the Hebrew
Academy, for they have included
the s,hool in their MlflaM giving
ol time and efforts, and they have
earned the profound gratitude of
the membership ol both In-
stil ut ions
Hadassah Symposium Set
On Vur Jewish Roots'
Miami region of Hadaaaati
ienl a ) mpoeium, < hv
- From \N banc* W* Cam*
londa) .Ian 21, from I
.* p m at the Konovet
i >n Miami Beach
m Spe*k*t w ill In I >r
ird Schechterman (mm the
rsit) ol Miami Moderator
! airwoman Vetta Fried
Si hechterman is a
ssor and former chairman of
lepartment of politics and
Hair* at the I niversitv of
is a pecialiat in in
r rial relations. American
policy. Middle Fast
Jii-s and Judaa studies He is
brmer coordinator of Judaic
P*i .it the university
Schechterman is a
hiata of the Sholem Aleichem
lish Schools. He is a con-
int and lecturer to the
irtnwnts of State. Defense.
A\ and the Israeli Foreign
Kry
is editor and editorial
'.nit on the Journal ol
peal Science and the Middle
Review He has been
lished in International
lions. American Foreign
l)r SUnn hterman
Policy, Middle Fast Affairs.
American Politics and other
publications
The panel also will include
Therese Havly. Dorothy Han
dshu. Jessica Migdalof and
Sylvia Rivchun. all members of
Hadassah s Jewish education
department
Sylvia Herman is president of
the Miami region of Hadassah
form Judaism Is Topic
Dropsie Friends Lunch
Honda Friends of Dropsie
ersitv has arheduled the
in its education aerie* for
la> Jan. 10, at noon at the
UngtOfl Federal Sa\ ings and
taaociation Building. Bay
n Island*
will be held in conjunction
Mt mbar bring a
><-r lunchaon
n \ Romarol laupla
I I Hollywood, will rpaak
Judaism Jowiah
pined Bath II in
i isistanl rabbi II.
> the educational dm
pisterhood Meets

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| has cbargi I youth ac-
im is
Women's Division Introduces Guardian Pin
Beginning with the 1980
Campaign, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's
Division will introduce a new
emblem for its Guardian
category, contributors of $2,500
to4.000.
This signature piece, to be
known as the Guardian "Star of
David'' pin. is a replica of the
Federation logo cast in 14 karat
gold and set in a stickpin design.
This new insignia of leadership
in campaign giving indicating
that its wearer is a member of the
Guardian category will be
presented for the first time at the
Women's Division Guardian
luncheon. Jan. 25. at the home of
Mrs Daniel Neal Heller.
Nancy Frehling. Women's
Division Guardian chairman, has
announced that the guest speaker
for this event will be Mrs Frank
Church, wife of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
chairman, who will offer "The
Washington Scene: A Woman's
Perspective'' as the basis for her
address Mrs. Church will appear
with Women's Division Cam-
paign chairman Mikki Futernick
on the luncheon program.
For more information about
the Guardian category and the
luncheon, contact the Women's
Division office.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary Meeting
The West Miami Auxiliary No.
228, Jewish War Veterans, will
hold its monthly meeting
Wednesday. Jan 9. at the home
of Thelma Pollock
The auxiliary usually meets on
the first Wednesday of each
month, but this month altered its
calendar due to the holidays.
The Jan 9 meeting will include
a showing of films depicting
auxiliary activities during the
past several years Fundraising
chairman Shirley Achtman will
report on the results of
December's tag days, the
auxiliary's major fundraising
project
There will also be a report by
Ruth Burman and Iee Rubin and
heir committee on holiday gifts
iresented to various institutions
Ji the area Among these gifts
were knitted boots, potted
plants, and 800 decorated coffee
cans filled with useful items.
Refreshments will be served
Auxiliary president Tanya
Levine will chair the meeting,
and invites all interested persons
to attend or phone for further
information.
Nachman A rluck Culture Circle
The Nachman Arluck Culture
Circle will meet Tuesday. Jan. 8.
at 7 p.m. at the American
Savings Hank. 1200 LincolnRoad
ind the mall
Morri* Becker will k>cture on
the great Jewish philosopher
Raz.uch Spinoza. A discussion
will follow
Mluma Vogelgarn will recite a
poem by Itzchak Manger
Regma Halin and Gertrude
MinU will present a cycle of
Hebrew and Yiddish songs
Morris Fisher will chair the
meeting Lover* of Jewish
culture arc wek-ome.
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Vtpm' Oasses Start Next Week
HI UOSSeS SOm next rwtxn a
Now You Too Can Speak Hebrew.
ill be
tanner* ami ......rmediat.
,!.,_,.. in HoUywow
Pueadaj and rhureda)
from 10 a m noon at
for iH>Miin.Tv
held on
niornin^-
.ntern^atea and advanced and
, Temple Beth Sh.bm on
:,, and rhui ""

1.30 P m
mtermedu
foi
In.
Registration will

.,. aponsored bt
for Iruish

Lha
and
Zionist
Dcu..iv fA, "u/pan" He6r,, language classes that u,II begin this montl
area are instructors lie ft to right t MaU Upson. ShulaBen Dai id Mm
Bar Savon, and Ellia Edelstein. The classes ,n the Hebrew language I
ners. intermediate and advanced levels.
"Shalom." The Hebrew word
for peace has become known
throughout the world.
Hut Shalom" is only the
beginning Now even.1 adult in
the Miami community has the
opportunity to learn to speak
Hebrew by the innovative
method developed in Israel for
teaching new immigrant I
Hebrew community ulpan
classes will begin throughout
Miami and Hollywood the week
of Jan 7. the Central Agent \ lor
Jewish Education of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation has
announced (The Hollywood
ulpan i- conducted in conjunction
ah the South Broward
I ederation >
The six week winter term will
be held twice a week in two hour
itions in Miami Beach, Not
I lade and Hollywood
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languages Ulpan instructors are
specially trained in the technique,
which combines speaking and
reading with such cultural
elements as dance, song and
holiday celebration
Classes will be offered in
beginners. intermediate and
advanced levels
Classes af Temple Meth
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held mi Monday and Wednesday
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tor beginners inu rmi
advanced: and M
Wednesday evenings h
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Two paintings by Washington
artist Mark Schecter have been
acquired by the Jewish Museum
in New York City for its per-
manent collection.
Schecter. a 1968 graduate of
the University of Miami, is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E.
Schecter ol Miami Beach.
The two paintings. Bouquet
No. 1" and "Bouquet No 2,'
have been insured by the Jewish
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Ten of Schecter's paintings are
in the U.S. State Department's
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Technion Officer Talks at Ner Tamid
Norman Gorson, vice president
of the Greater Miami Chapter,
American Technion Society
Israel Institute of Technology,
will address a breakfast meeting
of the Temple Ner Tamid Men's
Club on Sunday. Jan. 6. at 9:30
a.m.
Gorson s presentation, en-
titled. "Technion the Essence
of Israel's Economic Survival,''
will highlight the major
technological achievements of the
Israel Institute of Technology
A new film, "Frontiers of
Healing."' will be shown. This
film depicts the biomedical
engineering conducted at the
Technion
Film Festival at Temple Israel
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami is presenting its annual
Film Festival beginning with the
film "The Matchmaker." on Jan
9 at M p.m. at 137 NE 19 St.
On Jan. 16. "The Appren
ticaahip of Duddy Kravitz" will
be shown at the Kendall Branch
of Temple Israel. 9990 North
Kendall Drive, at 8 p.m.
On Jan. 23. "Before th*
Holocaust" will be shown at
I ..mple Israel. 137 NE 19St., at f
p.m
On Jan. 30. "The California
Reich" will be shown at the
Kendall Branch at 8 p.m
Kinneret Hadassah
Hadassah Kinneret Chapter
will hold a general meeting at
Temple Samu-El on Tuesday,
Jan 8. at 12 30 p.m. Josef
Yanich. Israeli dancer, wdl
present the program
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Ponevez Yeshiva Friends
Will Honor Harry Mag id
rids of Ponevac Yeshiva in mrnntoi
Friends of Ponevac Yeahiva in
the Miami area will welcome
Kabbi Abraham Kahaneman.
president of Ponevez Yeshiva. at
its annual dinner Sunday. Jan.
13, at the Crown Motel honoring
Harry Magid. Torah philan
thropist and president of the
IVth Israel Congregation
Kabbi Kahaneman. known to
the world Jewish community as
the flying ambassador of
I'unevez. has continued the
*<>rk of his late father. Rabbi
ln-ph Kahaneman. the
1'onevezer Kav. internationally
know n scholar and statesman
He escaped to Israel and
launched the program to rebuild
there the famed Ponevez Yeshiva
complex
Today the Ponevez complex,
extending from Henei Beraq to
the port city of Ashdod, com-
prises more than 1.200 scholars in
the mam Yeshiva. 600 young
boyi and girls in the Batay
Avoth "Children's Village"; and
approximately 200 girls in the
Commercial Bchool in Ashdod
I he growth has been
phenomenal and enjoys the warm
approval of the Israel govern-
ment
At the dinner. Kabbi
Kahaneman will give a detailed
report on the activities to date
and will also outline future plans
(or the growth of the Yeshiva and
its multi faceted complex
In addition to Rabbi
Kahaneman s address, the
evening will be highlighted by
gUMt speaker Rabbi Dr. Nisson
Shulman. rabbi of the Fifth
Avenue Synagogue in New York
City, and formerly of
Congregation Shaarei Tfilah in
I-os Angeles. Calif
The Yeshiva s chairman this
year is local attorney Jack Baah.
and co-chairman is MeJvin r'eit. a
pat president of the Meaifta of]
Greater Miami.
i
The presentation to Harry
Magid will be made by the
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Israel. Rabbi Mordecai
Shapiro
Rabbi Kahaneman
Harry Magid
Deborah Women Plan Meeting
The Greater Miami chapter of
Deborah Hospital Foundation
will meet at noon on Tuesday.
Jan. 15. at the American Savings
Bank. 828 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Faye Brucker will review
the book "The Immigrant." by
Howard Fast The public is
invited.
Installation of officers will take
place on Jan. 8 at the Shelbome
Hotel at noon.
Mrs. Marie Balaban will be the
installing officer and will en-
tertain with songs. For reser-
vations, call Marian Gerard.
Every moment of every century
since Moses, our people have
worked for a dream.
After all the sacrifices, all the tears,
all the grief and all the pain, there is
a quiet joy in the hearts of Jews
everywhere.
Israel is at peace with Egypt.
But we must not let the happiness
of peace blind us to the hard reality
that the people of Israel need our
support now as much as they ever
did. Perhaps even more.
Because Israel must still assimilate
thousands of Jewish refugees from
the Soviet Union.
Because Israel must still build new
schools and hospitals and care
for her elderly while struggling to
overcome the effects of economic
boycotts, political isolation, and a
runaway inflation far greater
than our own.
Yes. it would be easy to persuade
ourselves that peace between Israel
and Egypt has solved all our
problems. And that we can forget
our promise to help the people of
Israel for as long as it takes to make
the dream of thousands of years
come true. It would be easy. But it
would be wrong.
The dream is so close now we can
almost reach out and touch it.
The dream of a spiritual homeland
for all Jews. A nation called Israel.
Living in peace and security, and
open to all who share her belief
in the essential brotherhood of
all men.
We are closer to the dream than
ever before in our history. We must
not fail it now.
The dream is within reach.
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More than 640 guests attended Mount Sinai Medical^
Centers 30th Anniversary Presidents Ballot the Hanover*
Hotel Hospital trustees, founders, physicians and rep-%.
resentatives of all hospital groups -including the
auxiliary, the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach.g
the sustaining board of Fellows, the Godmothers, the Stg-8
nature Club, and the Young Presidents were there fog
celebrate this very special occasion. Shown, from left, an <
Ball chairmen. Dr. and Mrs Harold Glick.Mr. and Mrs S
Murray Candib, and honorary chairmen Mr and Mr- S
Nathan Gumenick.
I The OroviU family was well represented with Mr and:
: Mrs. W. James OroviU and Mrs and Mrs Michael:
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Mr. a Mrs Gan,
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Sinai.
Yiddish Culture
Winkle to Meet
The Yiddish Culture Winkle
Will present a cultural program
on Thursday. Jan 0. at 1030
am at the new meet.ng P
Temple Ner Tamid. .9th Mreet
and Dickens Avenue
The lecture will be by IVri
Me.sel. The topic will be on
Ituk Manger, author and poet,
m the tenth anniversary Of Ml
leath
The folk singer. JSCOD
Clorel.ck. Will sing a meril.
wnga written b) Manger Sarmn
Friedman will recite poems >
\lang.-r Morria Becker will be
hnirman
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Honor Harry Kaplan
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20 yean
The commit "'
Mr and Mr- N rn an
chairmen. Mr and Mr- Seymour
Mann co-chairmen. Mr and
Mrs Nathan \\ idlit/. Mr and
Mr- Mort Kushner and Mr and
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Jan b. at 4pm at 'he Koyal
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Beach
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celebrating her 17th year as
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Weddings
Passover Tour Geared
For Observant Jews
Mr and Mrs Laurence Shoot MendelSOkll SkOOt
Lawrence M. Shoot of Miami Beach and a
resident of Dade County for 25 years coming from
Toronto, Canada, was recently married to Gael
Mendelsohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Mendelsohn of Ottawa. Canada, and now per
manent residents of Dade County.
The wedding was held at Kneseth Israel.
Temple on Miami Beach with Rabbi David
Lehrfield performing the ceremony.
Mr. Shoot is a practicing attorney with offices
Jacoivitz Allen
Louise Ann Jacowitz. daughter of Joan and
Arthur Jacowitz of Miami, became the bride of
Richard Lewis Allen, son of Barbara and Merton
Allen of Schenectady. NY., during a ceremony
Dec. 30 at Temple Beth Am.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiated.
Maid of honor was Lynn Margolis, and brides-
maids were Margery Kates, Stacey Litman.
Eileen Ginzburg and Lynn Wilensky. Best man
was Randy Allen, and ushers were David Allen,
Ken Jacowitz, Gary Jacowitz and Jeff Winer.
Flower girls were Shelly Levan, Elizabeth Hoff
and Ann Christine Hoff, and ringbearers were
Donald Levan and Jarett Levan.
The bride wore her mother's wedding dress of
hand-clipped Chant illy lace over satin. The gown
featured fitted bodice of lace, off-shoulder neck-
line and floor-length skirt, highlighted with deep
accordion-pleated flounce. Her veil of French
illusion extended from a headpiece of matching
lace.
A reception followed the ceremony at King's
Bay Country Club.
The bride, a graduate of Emory University, is
attending Law School at Southern Methodist
University. Dallas. Tex.
The bridegroom graduated from Connecticut
College in New London. Conn., and from the
University of Miami Law School. He is an
associate in the law firm of Shank Irwin.
After at trip to St. Maarten. they will live in
Dallas.
in Miami and is a member of both the Florida Bar
and the American Bar Association Mr Shoot
also serves as a member of the Family Law
Section of the American Bar Association having
been appointed as a member of the Committee
relating to the "Family of Tomorrow
The couple will reside at their home in Miami
Beach.
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their
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1'hr package! include
(Irthodox services on the hotel
,. three Giatl Kosher
meals ds> and two traditional
N,.,i,T services
\\ hen it comae to the Jewish
heritage ol Spain Irip Msstars
literalK wrote the book \ years
Wl.rih ol raaearch for the tour bj
prof Theodore Preschel
motivated the Spanish gover
nment to publish a guide book.
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Before the Inquisition. Spain
was hoOM to on of the large-*
Jewish populations in the
diaspora more than a million
people who prospered during
Sjiain l Golden Age Maimnrudes
was born in Cordoba, when' the
poet Judah Hale\ i also lived The
Zonal wa- written here during
the Middle Ages
A/rs Richard Allen
Consecration Service Set
By Adath Yeshurun School
The first grade students ol
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Religious School. North Miami
Beach, will present a special
consecration service on Friday
night. Jan. 11, at 8.15 p.m.. led
by Rabbi Simcha Freedman and
Cantor Ian Alpern
Each student of the Aleph
classes will be welcomed into tht
Temple family with a ceremony
They will be gifted with a cer
tificate of consecreation.
acknowledging their
achievements and participation
within the Hebrew school.
In addition, each student will
oe given a Siddur (prayer book)
The students being consecratea
ire attendants of Mrs. Glaysd
)iamims Aleph I and II classes.
nd Mrs. I-eslv Schuchman's
Aleph 111 class. Thev are:
Aleph I Leslie Berman, Bradley
B'autman Gary Greenspan. Brian Hill.
Michael Kave Stuart Kempne' Dara
uadis. Suzanne Lechner Stacey Lerner.
Robert Moskovit;. Gregg Pechen.k.
Aleah Raskin. Robert Riesenbvrg.
Howard Rubin. Abraham ISaidertstat.
Gregory Schwartz. Gil Shir, Edward
Stem. Glenn worlhman. and Rotom
Zinger
Aleph ii Gary Berkowiti. Jason
Cohen. Leonard Cohen, Elissa Com
mike. Cori Flam. Jolie Friedman,
Brandy Hunter Darren Koch, David
Levitt. Shari Lieberman, Noah
Margt'tts Michael Orlinsky Brian
Piewinski. Debra Seme1 Brian
Sudalter Lauren Tand. Er., Aeiser,
Billy Wigutow Debra W.iensy and
Scott Zucker
Aleph III Stuart Abcuy, Micnaei
Buchsbaum. Lance Chayk I Brae
Elmowit; Mitchell Fine Crag Giasser
Keri H,iy.n Billy London, Andrew
Mirman Mario Orlm. lOmberly
Pargman Seth Prezant Robyn
Promotf Shan Samler, Alan Sch
weoock, Don Sialier and Aaror
Aertheimer
Beth Moshe
Services
The Men's Club and
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Moshe are continuing their
program of sponsoring
traditional Sabbath dinners on
the first Friday of each month
followed by Friday night ser
vices.
The first of these events for
19H0 will be held in the Temple
ballroom on Friday. Jan. 4. at
5:30 p.m.
For additional information, call
the Temple office
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Rabbi Charles Rubel will dwell
on. The Future of Modem
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Pioneer Women Set
Membership Luncheon
begin at 8:16 p.m
n. 4. at Temple Beth
Plans for the annual mem
bership luncheon of the Pioneer
Women Council of Siuth Florida.
scheduled for noon. Jan 14. in
the (irand Ballroom of the
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach.
will highlight activities during
the next week of Dade and
Mroward dubs and chapters of
Pioneer Women
Mildred Weiss of Deerfield
Beach, a member of the national
hoard of directors and
Southeastern area coordinator for
Pioneer Women, will be among
the speakers at the luncheon
Reservations for the event may
be made at the Pioneer Women
Council Office, Miami Beach
Bebee Pullman of Fort
Lauderdale, also a national hoard
memlier and national chairman of
Friends of Pioneer Women, i<
named chairman of the day b)
Harriet Green, president ol the
council and national building
fund chairman
I'rof Gabriel Warburg, former
rector ol Haifa Universit) in
Israel and visiting professor of
the Universit) ol Miami Center
lor Advanced International
Studies will Im- the gUCCl
speaker I'rof Warburg, an
authorit) on Islam ami the
Middle Fast, was among the first
Israeli professors to visit Fgypt
following the Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty of March 26,
Masada Chapter of Pioneer
Wum.-n will hold a luncheon
Sunday. Jan 6, at the Mont
mart re Hotel Miami Beach al
noon honoring past president
Roes Becker Mrs Becker now is
a vice president of the chapter
Lillian Hantman of Miami
Beach, former national v u.
president of Pioneer Women, will
be the guest sp.-ak.-r at the
luncheon, which is open to the
publu Reeervations may be
made at the council office
Bertha I.iebmann. current
president of Masada Chapter.
aid Rose Gorsben, vocalist, and
Helen Skolnick, pianist, will
provide special entertainment for
the luncheon Mrs Backer, the
ho no roe. is membership chairman
for Masada Chapter
High Rise Tikvah Chapter
Pioneer women will
I i. s,ia> Jan B, at noon
card room of Forte Towt -
Miami Beach
\i1missioti is frc<- and Opel
lbs public, according to CB
president Jeenette Kantrowit.- \
review of the autobiograp'
(iolda Meir V\ Lift, wntl.
the former Israeli prime mi
shortly before h.-r death w
given bj Clara Kubenst.
rhineer Women sctive m.
Mrs Meir was for two vesn
national head of Pioneer Women
Clara I>eff of New York. form..-
national president of Phwest
Women, will be the guest speaker
Monday, Jan 7. at a I p m
meeting of the Filat Chapter of
Pioneer Women in the ovk
auditorium of Waahingtoi
Savings and Loan fcseocial
1234 Washington Avs Mis
Beet h
\ edl timber, president
Filat Chapter will COmm
the Yahrreil (anniversary
dent hi of (iolda Meir and w
tribute to the memory of Rs
Ben /.vi. founder of IV
Women, who died in Israel >n
Novembai 18T9, and smi
widow of Israels s,,
president.
Frieda Lev nan. chl
program chairman, has errs
a special musical program foi
msefing which will a
plans for Pioneer Women -
memtiersfup drive
Isaac B. Singer
To Speak Here
The Yivo Committ.
(ireater Miami will present an
evening with Isaac Benin '
Singer, on Wednesday. I .
8 p.m at Tempi. Beth S: 4
Miami Beach
The community is w.-k
see and hear the winner i '"*
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Theater Producer Zev Bufman | Community Corner
Named 'Ambassador of the Arts'
Nil AMI Theatrical producer
/ev Hufman received one of the
-tate's highest cultural honors
hMV last week when he was
presented with the Florida
\mbassador of the Arts Award
by Secretary of State George
Firestone
Hufman. considered to be one
of Florida s foremost theatrical
producers and promoters, is the
itatc't fourth Ambassador of the
\rts.
Previous recipients of the
award have been actor Burt
H. \ no Ids. Former RCA board
chairman Robert Samoff. and
actor Richard Boone.
IMF AWARD was conceived
b% Firestone last year as a means
of honoring outstanding in
di\iduals in the arts who have
lircmght cultural recognition to
the state, or who have made
w^nificant contributions to
Florida*! cultural growth
Hufman was named Florida's
Zev Hufman
omen's Strength Training
Workshop Gets Underway
The South Dade branch of the
'.wish Community Centers of
South Florida is offering a free
ntroductory workshop for
wnmao, Strength Training for
A omen. "
Strength training is a com-
in'hensive group pn)gram using
hts designed to strengthen
he body while improving con-
ourt The technique is deemed
ffective in increasing flexibility
ind endurance.
Guests are invited to a
irmonstration Monday. Jan 7.
K) am. to 11:30* a m at
I.-mple Samuel. 8900 SW 107th
\\i' (Capital Hank Huilding).
Registration for strength
training classes will take place at
the workshop.
Foe further information, call
the South Dade JCC.
CLASSIC FILMS
CONTINUE
The Michael-Ann Russell
lewiah Community Center.
North Miami Beach, will feature
the film "Lies My Father Told
M on Sunday. Jan 13. 8 p.m.
in the Katz Auditorium
This is the third film scheduled
in the series of "Classic Films On
I he Jewish Fxperience "
The movie is a moving ex
perianca for all ages The story
revolvM around a young boy in
the Jewish ghetto of Montreal.
his love for his grandfather, and
tha turmoils of his parents.
Future films will be shown the
nci Sunday evening of the
nonlh There is no charge for the
film series to JCC members, $2 to
ion members.
I or additional information and
i I alendar of upcoming films,
untact Cynthia Klein. Michael-
\nn Russell JCC cultural arts
associate.
FUN FOR TEENS
The South Dade JCC branch
will have a fun-filled Saturday
nitfht program for junior high
leeni on Jan 12. 7 p.m to 11
p m.
Tha teens will gather at the
ICC, to be transported to
Michael's Cartway for a night of
irting. The evening will end
with the teens going out for ice-
iream
The charge is %b for members,
M for non members. For further
information contact Jeff Rosen-
k*rg at the Center. I
PROGRAM REGISTRATION
In person registration for the
winter semester programs of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Honda branches is as
follows:
Michael-Ann rtussell Jewish
Community Center. 18900 NK
25th Ave North Miami Beach
Registration for members only
begins Monday. Jan 14. and
Tuesday. Jan 15. Non-member
registration begins Wednesday.
Jan 16. and Thursday. Jan. 17.
In person registration available
from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
t Hollywood Jewish Com
munity Center, 2838 Hollywood
Blvd.. Hollywood Registration
for lx>th members and non-mem-
bers begins the week of Jan. 14.
In person registration available
from 9am to 9 p.m.
.South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center. 12401 SW 102nd
\\e Miami JCC members will
be able to register immediately.
Non-member registration will
lH-gin Jan 10 through Jan. 18.
In-person registration available
daily from 8 30 am to 6 p.m. and
Tuesday through Thursday
e\emngs from 7 30-9:30 p.m.
For detailed information
regarding programs and
membership, contact any branch
of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida.
fourth Ambassador of the Arts at
t ha Broadway Series premiere of
"Whose Life Is It Anyway?" a
production of Zev Bufman
Fntertainment. Inc. at the
Gusman Cultural Center.
For the past 15 years. Zev
Bufman has proven his com-
mitment to the development of
theatrical arts in Florida."
Firestone said.
"With six theater series in five
major Florida cities, he has
brought Broadway-quality
entertainment to our state's
citizens and visitors. He has
created jobs for countless stage
actors and technicians, and has
made a vital economic and
cultural impact on the com-
munities he serves."
Two theaters in Miami and one
each in Ft. lauderdale. Orlando.
St Petersburg and Jacksonville
currently have theatrical sub-
scription series operating under
the banner of Zev Bufman
Fntertainment. Inc.
With offices in New York.
California and Miami Beach, and
with subscription series in Los
Angeles, Houston. Broadway
and soon to begin in Tulsa.
Norfolk and New Orleans
Bufman's group is one of the five
largest theatrical producing
organizations in North America.
Firestone said.
BORN IN ISRAEL. Bufman
moved to the United States in
1951 He studied theater and
worked in Ix>s Angeles for the
MXt 11 years.
Shortly after his arrival in
Miami in 1962. Bufman leased
and soon owned the Coconut
Grove Playhouse In 1967. he
premiered his first season of
plays at the Parker Playhouse in
Ft Lauderdale.
Bufman was named exclusive
theatrical producer for the Miami
Beach Theater of the Performing
Arts and for the Mayor Bob Carr
Municipal Auditorium in Orlando
in 1976 and 1978. respectively.
His Broadway in the Sunshine"
Mii*1 opened at the St Peter-
sburg Bayfront Center and at the
Jacksonville Civic Auditorium in
1979
Other honors garnered by
Bufman include several Tony
nominations and the New York
I Irama Critics Circle Award.
He was named Man of the Year
by the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce in 1978.
Actor Buloff To Read
Sunday at Beth Sholom
Joseph Buloff. star of Arthur
Miller 'a award winning Broadway
production The Price." will
perform a series of colorful
recitations and dramatic readings
in Yiddish and Fnglish on
Sunday. Jan 6, at 10:30 a.m.
highlighting the second annual
Omnibus Series presented by
Temple Beth Sholom in the main
sanctuary. Miami Beach.
A product of the Yiddish
Theatre in Furope and New York,
in addition to his television and
film roles. Buloff has produced,
directed and acted in more than
200 plays around the world.
His first role on Broadway was
"Don't \joo\h Now," followed by
"Call Me Ziggy" and "The Man
from Cairo" under the auspices of
MikeTodd
In the original company of
"Oklahoma!" for nearly five
years. Buloff co-starred with such
stars as Betty Furneas, Sylvia
Sydney. Arleen Francis. Joseph
Cot ten and George C Scott, and
received critical acclaim for his
outstanding performance in "The
Chekhov Sketch Book."
Somebody Up There Likes
Me with Paul Newman and
Silk Stockings" with Fred
Astaire and Cyd Chariss are
among his noteworthy films
while on TV he is best known for
his role as the owner of "Pincus
Pines' and "Pincus Palms" in
'The Goldbergs."
For the last 20 years Buloff has
guest starred in Israel, receiving
praises for his acting in Sholem
Aleichem's "Hard to be a Jew."
He recently returned from an
extensive U.S. tour of Arthur
Miller's "The Price" in which he
plays Solomon, the old furniture
dealer.
Coordinated by Judy Drucker,
director of the cultural arts
program, the Sunday Omnibus
Series is part of the Temple Beth
Sholom adult education program
and is made possible with the aid
of the B'nai B'rith lecture bureau.
Coffee and cake will be served
before the lectures, with in-
dividual tickets available at $2 50
e.ich by phoning Temple Beth
Sholom
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New president of the Dade County chapter of the Florida
Restaurant Association is Herb Golub, owner of Her Bets
restaurant. Installation dinner will he held Jan. 8 aboard the
"Spirit of Miami."
An exhibition of paintings by Sue Kleinman is currently at
the Contextual Galleries, Fort Lauderdale, through Jan. 31.
Mrs. Kleinman is listed in "Who's Who in American Art,"
"Who's Who in American Women," and in "World's Who's
Who of Women." Her work hangs in many prestigious collec-
tions. Mrs. Kleinman now lives in Florida, and is a docent in the
Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art.
Herbert F. Doraett. chief executive officer of Fawcett
Memorial Hospital in Port Charlotte, has been elected president
of the Florida League of Hospitals at the association's annual
meeting in Miami. Dorsett, who held the office of president-elect
last year, has been a member of FLH's board of trustees for the
past two years. Richard K. Slavin, president of Palmetto
General Hospital in Hialeah, was returned to the office of
treasurer for a second term. Among the 15 trustees also elected
at the League's annual dinner meeting held at Omni Inter
lational Hotel ia Erwin E. Abrama. administrator of Com-
munity Hospital of South B reward. Hollywood.
When you are good, the word gets around. Attorney A. Budd
Cutler, recently listed in "Who's Who in Health Law." is
popular on the lecture circuit. He has been asked to be a speaker
at the upcoming second annual Seminar of Health Planning and
the Law to be held in Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 18-20. The con-
ference is co-sponsored by the National Health Lawyers
Association and the American Health Planning Association.
The Dade Business and Professional Women's Club will hold
its monthly meeting Wednesday, Jan. 9. at 6:30 p.m. at the
Miami Woman's Club. Ena Kossove. foundation chair, will
discuss the National Business and Professional Women's
foundation program, an educational assistance program for
women. For dinner reservations and information, call either
Jean Stewart or Cecil* Hutcheson.
The Barbara Gilhnan Gallery is presenting an exhibition for
Roaemarie Chiarlone. "Maps. Stamps, and Weather Tracings."
mixed media collages, until Jan. 24. Gallery hours are Monday
through Saturday, 10 3 p.m.
Pam Unachuld has joined the staff of Mount Sinai's public
relations department as the community education coordinator.
Mrs Unschuld recently moved to Miami from New York City
where she was a health sciences instructor at Brooklyn College
and. previously, a health educator at Lenox Hill Hospital. At
Mount Sinai, she is coordinating "self-help groups'" and other
community health education activities
The reopening of the Bass Museum on Miami Beach will be
held the end of January. Carl | Weinhardt, Jr., was selected as
interim curator at the Museum. Weinhardt has been working at
the museum for the past few weeks on a voluntary basis. The
paintings are being re-hung and re-labeled by Weinhardt. The
building housing the collection is also undergoing renovation.
The Dade-Broward Lupua Foundation of Florida, will hold a
general meeting on Wednesday. Jan. 9, at 8 p.m. at the
Washington Federal Saving & Loan Association Building.
North Miami Beach. "The meeting will be used to spark a
membership drive for a fast start in the new year." says Rebecca
Houle. president. Dr. Sheldon Zane. teacher at the University of
Miami department of athritis. will speak on managing the
athritic aspects of lupus.
Priacilla R. Perry, director of the University of Miami's
laboratory for behaviorial research on aging, department of
psychology, has been named to the planning committee for the
Florida Governor's Conference on Aging to be held in 1980. The
purpose of the conference, according to Governor Bob Graham.
is to establish aging policy in Florida over the next 10 years.
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Hvnjamin and Victoria Shapiro
Jewish Music Program Set
The Miami-Coral Gables
Chapter of Technion, in
cooperation with Temple Judea.
is sponsoring an evening of
Jewish-Israeli-American folk
music by Victoria and Benjamin
Shapiro, guitarist and vocalists.
This young Russian couple,
bom and raised in Leningrad.
arrived in Miami just two months
ago.
Their performance is free of
charge and refreshments will be
served at Temple Judea.
following Sabbath Services on
Friday. Jan. 18.
The public is invited to attend.
Hebrew Technical Alumni Luncheon
The New York City Hebrew
Technical Institute alumni
association. South Florida
division, will hold its annual
luncheon on Wednesday. Feb. 6.
,at 12:30 p.m. at Valle's
restaurant in Hallandale
For further information and
reservations, phone president
Nathan Rothstein in Tamarac or
secretary Frank Wisler in
HaUanda'le.


Dade Israel Bonds Events
EDEN ISLES
Residents of Eden Isles will
meet Monday. Jan. 7. at 8 p.m.
in the Eden Isles Playhouse, to
honor Milton and Bert Samuels
with the Israel Generation
Award. The Night in Israel is
being held under the auspices of
the Israel Bonds Organization
and is sponsored by Eastern
Shores B'nai B'rith Lodge.
Interama ORT. North Dade
Children's Center and the Eden
Isles Social Club
Long active in Jewish com-
munal affairs. Samuels is former
president of Bnai B'rith Eastern
Shores Lodge and serves on the
B'nai B'rith executive board for
the State of Florida. He has
served as chairman of several
Israel Bonds campaigns and is
president of the Eden Isles Con-
dominium board of directors.
Mrs Samuels is a member of
ORT and the North Dade
Children's Center
Special guest will be enter-
tainer Emil Cohen. Sigmund and
Sylvia Topfer are chairmen.
Milton and Bert Samuels
active on the Concerned Citizens
Group of North Miami Beach. He
is also vice president of the
Sunny Isles Condominium and
Resident Organization Mrs
Kwitko is a member of Avila
Hadassah
Special guest will
urtainer Emil Chen
be en-
Sally and Irving Kwitko
AVILA
Sally and Irving Kwitko will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at a Night in Israel to be
held in their honor on Wednes-
day. Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.. in the
Avila upper clubhouse
The event is being sponsored
by the Avila Men's and Women's
Social Club and Avila Hadassah
Teddy Soil is chairman
Kwitko is a member of the
Brooklyn Jenapo Credit Union
and has been a board member for
40 years He was vice president
of the Avila Condominium and is
Murray and Esther Singerman
FORUM
A Night in Israel will be held at
the Forum Recreation Hall on
Tuesday. Jan 8 at 8 p.m Esther
and Murray Singerman will
receive the State of Israel Bonds
Israel Generation Award, recog-
nizing their long involvement and
continued concern for the eco
nomic development of the State
of Israel
Singerman was active as an
educator in New York and is
currently president of Forum.
Building 2. He is chaplain of the
Weizmann Bnai B'rith Lodge
Mrs. Singerman was a member of
the American Jewish Congress
and Pioneer Women She is a
member of the Skv Lake
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Special guest is Tom Cohen.
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:::: Jerome Wenk is chairman
Milton and Tillie Rosenbluth
BUCKLEY TOWERS
Milton and Tillie Rosenbluth
will receive Israels Generation
Award on Sunday. .Ian 13 at
9 10 a.m.. in the Buckley Towen
West Social Mali The award will
be presented at a Salute to Israel
sponsored b) the Buckley Towers
Israel Bonds Committee
Rosenbluth is a meml>er of the
B'nai B nth Friendship Lodge
.md ih- ZOA He has been an
* niter for the UJA and
B nai B'rith Mrs Rosenbluth is
a life member ol Migdal Hi
sah an>i has worked for B nai
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Special guest will be Ret John
Stanle) (i r.iucl a crew member
of th- Exodus and a noted
Mideast xpert Chairperaoi
Jack Leeband Mary Ross
Talmudie Scholar
Rabbi l-eib Schapiro. dean of
the Yeshiva dedolah Rabbinical
College of Greater Miami, is
lecturing Thursday evenings at
the West Avenue Jewish tenter.
Miami Beach
The topics for the next two
weeks are Kabbalah part II.
Jan 10
The t'hosid and his rebbe. an
analysis of the intimate relation
ship between Rebbe and t'hosid
Jan 1"
Refreshments will be served
No admission charge
American Jewish
Congress
Nick Yalenani. director of
Crime Prevention and Com
munity Relations will present a
recent topical film on crime at the
meeting 0l the Justin l>)ULse
V\ ise chapter of th. \:-
Jewish Congress "n Thui
Jan 10. at noon at the American
Savings Rank. Alton and Lincoln
Rd
Nathan P> Hood trimh0 weued Israel's City of Pea. |
a Towtrt of Kay Bitcaym Sight m Israel spans,,; f^
State of Israel Bonds Organization Rood was recogn..; { for kit
man\ deeaties of Jatcitn service and philanthmpy /
.,;- presented 6> co-chairman J Frederic BUtstem
Mr and Mrt Dai id Kestenbaum (center) receu td .>-a/fj
Generation Award from Milton M Parson (left),
tin tor of the South Florida State of Israel B
Organization, at a Bondu ithlsrael Luncheon h.. I *...
honor at Sea as I Touers Fast The Kestrnbai." >
honon I J their partu-ipatum m Jeuish ph.. -o/*c
rganuations (hair man of the event. I)r Joseph Wim -V*
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1 S Small Mu-
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free workshop for people starting
a buainess or thus, who have
n business a short tin
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to 4 IK) p m in Room 726 ol the
Federal Office Building ; S.Vi
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me Minister's Club
dgesBonds Suppon
| South Florida Sut of
li.inds Prime Minister's
edged their support in
an maximum economic
b as Israel strives, in
strengthen its peace
special meeting held in
top Bond subscribers
their signatures to a
I for Peace and Economic
Membership in the
Minister's club is open to
rh<> purchase $25,000 or
[Israel Bonds
lar leadership com-
|t.s made in U.S. and
|n cities will be included
I leather-bound book of
s that is to be presented
II v to Prime Minister
)t the 1980 Israel Bonds
Ministers Conference, in
k! Jerusalem from Jan. 27
l The meeting launches
<> international Israel
Impaign
kfc' part in the conference.
la) tvant, are top US and
fcn Bond leaders who will
Ih the Prime Minister and
.%tTi leaders They are to
r.portant sites in the
and assess the current
economic picture in Israel and its
future needs
The meaning of the brief
ceremony was underscored by
Gary R. Gerson. South Florida
general campaign chairman, in
citing from the Pledge.
"We are convinced." he said,
that Israel's growth despite
adversity, its repeated triumphs
over hardship and peril, have
opened the present path to
peace." Israel's continued
economic strength, he said,
constitutes an "indispensable
ingredient to securing that
peace."
Gerson indicated that the 1980
Bond campaign will be carried
out among a wide spectrum of
groups, including labor and
industry, building and com-
munity funds and religious,
educational and charitable in-
stitutions
In addition to their usual
purchase of $25,000 in Bonds.
1980 enrollees of the Prime
Minister's Club will also be asked
to make an additional purchase of
$5,000. for a total of $30,000. as a
tribute to Israel Bonds 30th
anniversary year I1980-19HH
rea Bran deis Women
khedule Film Lecture
> i.l. County chapters of
deia University National
|'s Committee will present
im titled "Fact. Fiction.
this and Film." on
Jan 15. from 9:30 am
P m at Temple Israel.
n-ar the Omni
9< the featured speakers
[Martin Halpern. Samuel
ia Shulman Professor of
\rts. who has been at
t- since 1965.
lays have been widely
both professionally
university theaters, in-
four world premiere
ions at Rrandeis'
Theatre
I 'he winner of the Harold
award in playwriting
Jose State University
Ipidywriting awards from
Vrporation for Public
k-fng and the California
lol the Arts.
U the 1978 79 season, he
irujht-in-residence at
kl< Repertory Company in
Wk
?Ids a B A and M A from
MBit) of RochsstSf and a
"m Harvard
>ea the raw material ot
data become tran
|in theatrical art'' How are
't the past used by
Ms ii| the present'.'

Profttsor Halp
Focusing on one of the more
celebrated plays and films of our
time, Peter Weiss Marat Satie.
Prof Halpern will examine the
process by which the playwright
sikits historical materials and
combines them with materials
from his own imagination to
i reate a structured and
meaningful contemporary
theatrical experience
Price is a $T Mi donation to
Mrandeis University Coffee and
danish will be served
indbreaking Set at Singer Plaza
jundbrvakinK for Singer
l( tuts .if public housing
1 inlnapped, is planned
ln Jan 11. at 3 p.m at
V Vve and lhth St
story highrise in the
Memorial Hospital
will be named in honor
Mam B Singer. Dade
Civic activist and
hairman of the Public
I' tat of Dade County.
r I'laza is a new concept
In housing for Dade
The federally-funded
I public housing
punt will have a number
pwnents set aside for
fiveivinK rehabilitation
icoln Hadassah
Lincoln chapter of
I* *ill hold its regular
""ting on Jan. 14 at
><"ln Road Clubroom at
if
"" ia Nellie Weiaman.
th.rapy at Jackson Memorial
Hospital Other residents will In-
permanent
Sen Richard Stone will speak
at the ceremony as will Dade
County Mayor Stephen P Clark
and City of Miami Mavor
Maurice Ferre Lawrence Simons,
assistant secretary for
housing FHA also will be
among the speakers
Sisterhood
to Honor
Life Members
The Sisterhood of Temple
Kmanu-Kl. Miami Beach, will
hold a luncheon honoring life
members on Jan 16. at noon in
the Fried land Mai I room
Dr Irving I.ehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu-Kl. will
review the book Anatomy of an
Illness by Norman Cousins.
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Apartment House for
Retirees a Reality
A total new dimension in ^ borhood. Residents can attend
retirement living will become a the New World Center ram mis of
reality in March of 1980, when
the first residents move into the
Carlyle. located at 1900 North
Bayshore Drive in downtown
Miami.
Until now, the only two major
options available to retirees who
no longer wanted to keep up
homes of their own were
retirement villages and nursing
homes.
For many, neither option is
viable. The usual setting for
retirement villages is a vast
acreage in the suburbs, away
from the city, away from the
excitment of urban living. And
many people of retirement age
simply are not ready to give up
their independent lifestyles for
the total assistance of nursing
homes. For those wishing to
remain active with minimal as-
sistance, the choices have been
non-existent.
THE CARLYLE. a 10-story
apartment house overlooking a
lush park right on Riscayne Bay.
will offer older people an op-
portunity to become involved in
all the day-to-day excitment of
downtowT, living while at the
same time having the security of
meal service, housekeeping ser-
vice, transportation, a staff
nurse, a physician on call, emer-
gency call buttons within their
apartments and all the other little
details which are included in
carefree living.
Managing director Russell
Sirverman, one of the foremost
authorities in the Miami area on
problems of the aging, says that
the Carlyle will provide a new
plateau heretofore neglected by
society.
"Being only a few blocks from
the Omni International shopping
complex, with its dozens of rest-
aurants and theaters, the Carlyle
is a natural location for those who
have always enjoyed city life." he
notes. "Churches, marinas,
health spas. Gusman Hall, these
things are our immediate neigh-
the New World Center campus of
Miami Oade and take courses.
We will offer college courses right
here in the building if we have
enough interest."
SET ON a beautifully land-
scaped corner with an unin-
terruped view of Biscayne Bay.
the Carlyle will have 119 one-
bedroom and efficiency apart-
ments. Round-the-clock doormen
and TV' monitors will provide the
utmost in security. For personal
emergencies, each apartment will
have emergency buttons tied in
directly with the switchboard.
Lunch and dinner will be
served daily in the spacious
Bayside Dining Room, which
opens to an outdoor patio and
fresh bay breezes. A full-time
activities director will plan
outings and social functions to be
held in the lobby-level game
room. An art gallery, featuring
changing exhibits, also will be
located on the lobby level.
Housekeeping services, limousine
transportation and other extras
will be offered to those who wish
them
Each of the 110 one-bedroom
apartments and the nine ef-
ficiencies will have its own
kitchen, dining area and lounge
area. The 36 corner apartments
will have balconies. All units are
equipped with electric ranges,
refrigerator freezers. wall-to-
wall carpeting and individually
controlled heat and aircondition-
ing units. For those who wish
assistance with decorating, the
Carlyle has its own on-site in-
terior designer.
Adolph J. Berger of North
Miami Beach uas elected and
installed as president of the
Builders Association of South
Florida on Saturday. Dec S.
at the 35th Annual Instal-
lation Dinner-Dance held at
the Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
wood.
Southgate Hadassah
Southgate Chapter of
Hadassah will meet Monday.
Jan. 14. at 1 p.m. at the
Southgate Terrace Room The
program will be a reading by
Muriel Kovinow and Kuth Katz
Dr. Edicin Zalis
To Be Honored
In Los Angeles
Dr Edwin Ci Zalis. formerly of
Miami, and his wife Kosalie will
be honored in Los Angeles. Calif .
on Wednesday evening Jan 9,
for their commitment and
dedication to the medical.
philanthropic and Jewish
communities in Ix>s Angeles, in
Israel and around the world
U.S. Senator Rudy BoachwiU
of Minnesota will be guest
speaker at the dinner honoring
Dr and Mrs Zalis
Dr Zalis has served as vie*
president and board member of
Shaarey Zedek Congregation.
and is a member of the Prune
Minister's club of Israel Bonds
Mrs Zalis is also active in the
synagogue and in Jewish
education
Together. Dr and Mrs Zalis
are active in behalf of Soviet
Jewry, the Simon WiesenthaJ
Center. Chabad. and a host of
hospitals. yeshivot and
universities
Youth Group
Conducts Services
At the late services to ba held
at h Iftp.m on Friday Jan A the
Temple Adath Yeshurun Youth
Croup will conduct the sen ices
Jon Schwartz. Youth Group
president, will lead tin aervici -
along with a number of the
temple youth An address will be
given b) Joe) Hebnan who has
recently returned from an eight
week ..mrs, m th(.
High School in Israel program
Al theOnegShabbstproj
following the services S.
I-adis. who
the High
The Robert Orseck Junior Singles Tennis j
recently at the Michael-Ann Russell Jeuish (V
Center Shown above are lleft to right!: Sebastian U
6ov5 division runner-up; Scott Espenship, bo\s du i
in three sets. 4-6. 6-3. 6-2; Dr. Jerry Reich, u ho pm*
tourney's Teen Tennis Trophy to the winners and n**
Penny Barg. winner of the girls division. 6-4. 6-2 one)
Abrams. girls division runner-up. The tennis tov\
attracted 24 boys and 10 girls under the age of IB. Off U S Tennis Association card holders
Business Notes
Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of American Sin
and Ixan AaWM latton of Florida, announced that the bcetl
director* has declared a regular Quarterly dividend of 1*1
hare This regular quarterly dividend will be paid on Feb .i|
shareholders of record Jan 16,1MB
The regular quarterly cash dividend will be paid on thea
>hare<< outstanding, including the 10 percent stock dm
which was distributed on Nov 15 Accordingly the
dividend is equivalent to $ 22 per share based on the r..-v|
Hiding shares prior to Nov 15
Donald I. Perlya. president. Wienerwald I
nounced the signing of an agreement with Rivians
'.< i rations
Rjviana opsrmtM restaurants in the southeaster:
southwestern Cnited States and is s wholly-owned subsda*-
th Colgate Palmolive Company of New York This :s the a
Idition to the worldwide Weinerwald emptn mm
riedricfl Jahn
Included in the agreement are all the Lums Restiu.ir.il
Broward, and Palm Beach Counties, as well as four Li
lauranta in Atlanta. Ga Ranch House Kesuunnul
Bn ward Palm Beach and Atlanta, and Dusty Ranch H3
K< HauranU in the Dallas. Tex area
The Rn mna units will form the nucleus of two art
poratiOBI Interstate Restaurant Systems. Inc and Hospc*
Restaurants Inc beaded by Fred' R. Whittle, current Rm
Restaurant Corporation president and chief executive
Whittle joined Riviana earlier this year
Fllen Whiteside MrDoanel has been elected to the boart
directors of Southeast First National Bank of Miami, acco
to Alexander McW Wolfe. Jr. chairman
Mr- Ml Dmnal is a member of manv comrr..r.:tv boars
nd ?.animations and has an extensive profe
background in business, education, health and government
current business associations include executive v ice press
cretap of the Biscayne Kennel Club. In. praMJ
Hucavne Foundation, president. HJppodroOM Co
lent Shore* Park. Co
. "^'".-ast First National Bank of Miami is affiliated i|
outheast Banking Corporation, the states largest bszuA
ganuatioa. with total assets of U 4 billion. toUl JepoaOlj
ion and 60 banking center locations throughout :nt*\
of Honda
Aliyah and Absorption. dtscuZ ^ j^te^',^" *
at North American conference hHipMns f.r tne coming year
Shomer is director ofthelsZlAUy^h cVntl "L^' Yor"
will be located, as o Jan. 1.7nth(' Great" Mi"' "i*"* "***
eration building. Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
im
serv iosa Harrv
Jap participated in
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program. wQl join Joey to answer
questions
Rabbi S.mcha Freedman w,l
speak on Where Have All the
t hildrendone
Voters Group
Sets Meeting
. V,,t-f- Incorporated w ,|| hold a
auditorium of the Wastonalon
Savings and U,an AssocXn"
BeichW8p.rin8U,B W K3
(iuestspeakersw.il be Karl (i
Miami Beach j:yt.eerS'dent '
There a no admission ft* a
question and answer A
follow er 9e89'n will
Fmanuel M Brotman chairman of the board of J I Kas|
Mortgage Corporation, has been elected treasurer oiF iM
Mortgigi Hankers Asaocistion of Amencs at the organiiatior.il
annual convention held last month in Chicago
Mrotman. now a resident of Florida, has been member*
-he N,ttrd of gov ernors and served as chairman and as i membs
ol numerous MBA committees He has been s member of u*
rv'-lak Organisation for 29 v.
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ded it ion and devotion totht local Jewish commun
Julius and Rose Goldman n the Israt S
at a -Salute to Israel' which was held in Mayfair I
cooperation with the State of Israel Bonds Organ
Goldmans were honor,,: for their many years
serin, and u ork for the localJewish commun
State of Israel The presentation --
Heft i. a Jewish communal leadt rin Browardi
iright) receives the Israel Solidarity
Award, recognizing his staunch support of the economU
development of the State of Israel through the Israel Bonds
program. The honor uas bestowed upon Goodrich at a tpt, ial
event held at Seacoast Toners West and Seocoast Towers V
The presentation was made by Rev John Stanley Grauel,
uas a crew member of the Fxodus
TempU Stool in North Dade held its annual Stai
Tnb I P -mer on behalf of th, Israel Bonds Organuation and
this year presented the David Ben Gurion A
Irvmg and Joanne Shu, ognizing then
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I Mtern Shores Chapter will hold
its regular monthl) meeting
Monday, Jan 14, at 12 30 p n
Amenfirst Hank .- Biacaym
Boulevard Speaker will be Char
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Telephone: 661-7642
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B'nai Mitzvah
LuMW
IRIS BRAD KATZ
Brad Kat/. son of Mr
, Robert Kat/. was to be
the Torah as Bar Mitz
jrday. Dec 29. at 10:30
Temple Eamanu-EI.
Ilebraat is a student in
Drama group H* al
Arvaida Junior High
(here he is in the eighth
\arris has interests in
pruing stories, has been
1 Mrs Kat/ hosted the
following the services in
the occasion with a
,ii Kin*,-- Baj I <>untry
pei ial guests included
rent-. Mr and Mrs
Lit/. Mr and Mr- lack
Mr and Mrs .1 (mid
(i ind uncle. New York.
Mr- K TauU-r. aunt
California. Mr and
! abe, aunt and uncle.
Mr- I) Prtedman, aunt
k Mrs B I.asko*.
|r and Mrs II Singer.
ail from New .lerses .
Mr- S Kat/. aunt and
post, "i .>rk
MAX PEARL
ouia I'earl. son of l)r
\rthur Pearl, will \h-
the Torah as Bar
Saturday. Jan r>. 9
Beth David (on
i. brant is a student in
mon Schachter Da)
adima He attends B-th
hool where he ;- in the
Max enjoys
ind drawing
: Mrs Pearl will
., Kl BtT-
tl n ind
noon
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Mrs
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N. i -rk
\Ki II STGARTEN
ward l .. gai n sort
lie and Robert Lual
a ill l>. called to the Torah
Max Pearl Hams Brad Kat;
a- Bar MitXvah on Saturday.
Ian .">. at B 30 a m at Temple
\dath Yrshurun. North Miami
Beach
The celebranl i- a student in
the Hay (la Hebrew School at
Temple \d.ith Yeshurun He
at lends Norland Junior High
s. hool and is m the eighth grade
Ills interests include the Bo>
S. outs, t h< Gifted Program.
Foreign Language Club and
S ience Club
Vnnette and Robert
Lustgarten ill host the Kiddush
following the lervicee in honor of
the occasion and a ivo-ption will
Ik held on Saturday. Jan 5, at
Temple \dath Yeshurun
JUDITH WEISS
Judith Paule Weiss, daughter
' Mr and Mrs s.imurl Weiss.
was to be called to the Torah as
Bai Mitzvah Saturday Dec
0 a m at Temple Kmanu Kl
The celebranl ia > student in
ihi Timpl. Kmanu El Religious
Mil Mil attends Nautilus
Junior High School where she is
she par
m -t u.ii nl go', eminent
Israel Folk
Dance Classes
Planned
A new eight week course in
Israel folk dance and folklore,
sponsored by the Central Agency
for Jewish Education ICAJE) at
Beth Torah Congregation, will
begin Wednesday. Jan. 9
A class for beginner dancers
will be at 7:45 p.m.. to be
followed by a class for in
termediate and advanced dancers
at 8:46p.m.
Pre regist ration for both
classes can be made by calling
Mile- Bunder at the CAJE
Registration also will take place
.Ian St at the first sessions of the
course
Hebrew and religious s( hool
teat hen registering for this
course can receive credit towards
their cerlification.
The public of all ages ja in\ ited
to register for these rJBsaas
S. Bade JWV
/Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Vayehi
VAYEHI Jacob was 147 years old and be felt his end was
near. He had lived for 17 happy years in Egypt. Now he called
Joseph to him. and Joseph's two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh.
My son." he said to Joseph, "swear to me that when I die.
you will not bury me here in Egypt, but that you will carry me to
Canaan, the land of my fathers, and bury me in the cave where
they lie."
Joseph wept and took an oath to do his father's bidding
Then Jacob blessed Joseph by blessing Ephraim and Manasseh
"For I consider your sons as my own. and they will share with
your brothers in the blessing of our people."
Now Jacob called for his other sons. "Gather round." he
said, "and receive your blessings." And he gave a special
blessing to each of them.
When Jacob died. Joseph and his brothers fulfilled his wi-h
They bore him to the land of Canaan and buried him in the Cave
of Machpelah Afterward. Joseph and his brothers returned to
Egypt.
Joseph lived for 110 years Before he died. Joseph said to
his people God will surely remember you and bring you to the
land which He promised to Abraham. Isaac, and Jacob "
iGtntiit 28 50 261
(The recounting oi th Weekly Portion ot the Law is extracted and basld
upon The Graphic History ol the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Woll
Tsamir. iu, published by Shengold. The volume is available at 7J Mj
-ane. New York, NY 10031
distributing the volume I
Iman-
Matden
Joseph Schlang is president ot the society
Slates Art Beth Am Services for Singles
I Mrs Wi ted the
s m
and .i

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\1 grand
M
Kimn
: ; i 'ii Kimn.el.
KHJSins, Livingston \ I Mr
and M ra I I > helbaeher
friends, New York I'r ami Mrs
Man Weiner, friends, Los
Vngi lea. Calil
Auction
JacltM Rose, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, South Hade Post
77h. announces that plans have
been completed for an Art
\in t ion to be held in conjunction
with the Poet and the Sisterh.....I
of Temple Beth \m at Temple
Beth \m. on Sunday, Jan 27.
starting with viewing at 7 pm
; he aud i"ii at s p
ard Reiser ol the Art
i ladi ind Mall will be
,, |
i nexl genera mhl>
:
North k-
U 107th dith
\ ..,:: chairman
Non
b) Mollv Brow
l.illi ii I in Tern Bei nfeld
Tern Stafford and Raj hbein
,i- iltei nal e, ill pn enl a
slate oi officers lor the coming
war Nominations will be m
c pled from the tliHir
Technion Women
Temple Beth Am will continue
us tradition of special Sabbath
services for the singles com-
munity of Greater Miami on
Friday. Jan Ith. in the chapel of
Temple Beth Am
Rabbi Mu.hell CheflU will
read trom the Torah Yuse
Haniih will lead Israeli folk
dam mg tollowmg the ser\ ice
There is no fee, and no
solicitation ol funds These
sen i conducted the first
y of even month.
11 mple Bel h Km
iructui two adult
-
i
I >r v.i'
and Reva
worker, and Kabbi ChefitZ will
conduct a colloquium on The
Family of the 80s." exploring
alternative life styles on four
Tuesday evenings beginning Jan.
B, s iijp.m.
On four Wednesday evenings,
beginning Jan 9. Rabbi ( hefitz
will conduct a course on ~> R
Ethics and the Jewish
1 radii ion
These .nurses ,ir,. opei
munit) Call the i. ,nd
'Jewish Worship Hour
'' >n M.i.a :
Beth
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- i m on Channel Id
Synagogue Listings
TEMPLE BETH AM
sS0N Kendall Drive
South Miami ? S$!7
r Tamid Youth Weekend Slate Luncheon
)le Ner Tanud will honor
klh and college students
nay and Saturday. Jan 4
I with a Youth Weekend
hating in this endeavor is
[Moshe Shur, director of
Ii B nth Hillel Foun-
p i; .niis College. N Y.
BBBi n hur is also a singer of
I be and popular Jewish
Bs well as a composer of
and Nigunnim sung
lout America and Israel
I former member of the
'h Yeshiva Band, and has
;a i ned audiences
out Amencan and Israel
k music and storytelling
also a teacher and lee
ion many aspects of
In addition to his
ordination, Moshe Shur
honors graduate from
lia University and in
I-ellers from the Jewish
Deal Seminary. He holds a
law degree from Wayne State
I niversity Law School
The youth of Ner Tamid and
the college students who are at
home have been invited to ser-
vices and a luncheon, where
Rabbi SchUT will appear
The various programs are open
to the youth of the community
w ho wish to participate.
Kabbi Kugene l.aboviU.
spiritual leader of the temple, will
act as host of the various sessions
and festivities.
Lazarus Hadassah
Kmma (.azarus Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Monday.
Jan. 14, at noon in the
auditorium of The Surfside
Community Center. Surprise
entertainment is planned.
The Miami Beach Chapter.
Women's Division. American
Society for Technion. will usher
in the new year with its regular
luncheon meeting Jan. 10. The
meeting, focusing on medical
engineering, will be held at the
Miintmartre Hotel.
Florence Scheiner will be
chairperson of the day Eddie
Michaels wdl provide the vocal
entertainment For reservations.
phone Jean Zaben or Dorothy
Arthur
Or Herbert
Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefiti, Associate Rabbi
Friday Service! 10pm
Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard
"And Jacob Blessed
His Grandchildren"
Singles Torah Service-1:10 p.m.
Torah Service-Saturday II i llim
Rabbi MitcheiCheHti
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
IS4S Jot lor son Ave. Miami Beach
Or Ephnam F. Mandate*. Ra***
Saul H. Breeh Canter
Friday alt p. m
Guest speaker. Revy Winter, pubhshei
ol TheCitnens New*."
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BETH DAVID
Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Or Sol Landau. Stanley R Gerstem
abbi Assistant Rabbi
Himn Mm. W L ipsan
CORAL WAY IlHSWlr* Ave
Phone: OMJtll Daily Services
Morning and E v en mg
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning* a.m.
Beth David
South Dad* Campus 1S00 SW l J9th St.
Late Shabbat Evening Service*
Friday Night -1 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional IJI-**
1101 SW Uth Ave
Rabbi Mai Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Enecutiv* Secretary
Daily Mmyon far Y ahneiten
Daily t 4J a m A s 10 p m
Late Friday Evening Service.! ISp.m
Steven Dubbin, Ph.D.
announces the opening
of his Psychology Practice
specializing in Gestalt and
other Humanistic approaches to
Individual and Group therapy
purs by
ftpointment
7100 Biecayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33138
(306) 759-2441
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF QftEATER MIAMI
4200 Blacayrvs BooMrard
Miami. Fla. S31S7 57B-4OO0
Rabbi Solomon SchIM,
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONQREOATIONS
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niONEilMSi N Miami Smca Fla
JJ'M StraOM habbi 0s*M B Saittmao
eaecuiiv. direcio> ______________
TEMPLE ZION
Conservative
Millar Drive
Phone in DM
Or Norman N Shapiro Rab*ki
Cantor Ban Diekson
A v ion Smolensky Music al Director
Janet Stone-Eany Childhood Director
Dorothy H Grant-Eiecutive Director
Thursday. Jan. 1. 1 am, Minyan -
Teitler Chapel Friday. Jan 4. I IS
p m Family Sabbath Or Norman N
Shapiro will bless all the children with
January birthdays Saturday. Jan S.
usy Shabbaton overnight Temple
allroom Sunday Jan Jl a m
Religious Scheal starts Monday. Jan
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Kadi ma youth center
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at list St
Dr. Leon Kronish SJB-7231 Liberall
Cantor David Cenviser
Fnday-! Upm
Saturday
It Mim services
EMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
MB4SM
Conservative
Or Irving Lehrman Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Late Friday service I 30 p m
Rabbi Maxwell Bergar
will preach
Saturday-service at am
Or Irving Lehrman
will preach
BETH TORAH *4t 7j:
CONGREGATION Conservativ
iosi N Miami Beach Blvd
Or Ma > A LiptChitL Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Arom
Saturday morning
Todd Classman
Bar Mitivah at
TEMPLE JUDEA
SO* Granada Blvd Retorml
Ceral Gables wr
Michael B Eitanstat Rabbi
Serving Coral Gabies
and the Southwest area
Religious
Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone. 57o-4000
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Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
TNE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 79-I8S4S FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
RAFAEL GARCIA.
Petitioner |
and
LILIAN GARCIA
Respondent
TO. LILIAN GARCIA
Col. MaAuxllladora
Blok "D"
No. 11 Cuscatanstago
San Salvador.
Kl Salvador I" A
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-.
FIED that an acUon fort
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 BEN
NETT. attorney for Petitioner
whose address U Suite 520 Bis
cayne Bldg 18 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Jan. 18. 1980; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of amid court at Miami,
Florida on this 13 day of
December, 1979.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
ByM J. Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HOWARD HILL BENNETT
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 820 Blscayne Bldg
j IB West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Ph STB-1886
Attorney for Petitioner
08324 Dec 14. 21.28. 1979.
Jan 4.1M0
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 79-8187
Division (03)
IN RE ESTATE OF
MADISON D YOUNG.
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 NOT!
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MADISON D
YOUNG. deceased. File
Number 79-8187. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate Is Marjorle C Bailey,
whose address is 1900 NW 37th
Avenue. Lot A31. Miami.
"Florida 33056 The name and
address of the personal rep
resentallve 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 FIR8T PUBLICA-
TION 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 attorney, 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 con
Ungent 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 parsons 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 ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifies
Uons of the personal represen
tatlve. or the venue or Juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT 80
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Dale of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnls I
tratlon December 28. 1878
MARJORIEC BAILEY
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MADISON D YOUNG
Deceased I
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Joseph H Relchler
LAW OFFICES OF
REICHLER AND FIJCISHER
420 Lincoln Road-Suite 280
Miami Beach, Florida S313B
Telephone (SOB 1874 9040
08351 Dec 28, 1979.
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUSNAAASLAW
NOTICE IS HEREHi
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
NANI FLOWER SHOP at 1883
NW 27 Avenue, Miami. Florida
intends to register said_ name
with the Clerk of tts9_Ctf
Court of Dade County, Florida
MANOLO SILVA
(100 percent)
1893 NW 27 Avenue
Miami. Florida
HARVEYD ROGERS
Attorney for
Nanl Flower Shop
OS^B Dec 14.21.28.1979
__________________ Jsn^JLJgl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ANAP ALA YON.
Petitioner Wife,
and
GABRIEL ALA YON.
Respondent Husband
TO GABRIEL ALAYON
Residence Address
Unknown ^^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
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 1518- Northwest 167
Street. Suite 110 B. Miami. FL
33169 and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January 18.
1980. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 12 day of
December, 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByC P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
08338 Dec 14.21.38. 1979
Jan 1980
i\
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 79-1J24I FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
WILLIAM E CLAY.
Petitioner Husband,
and
VIRGINIA CLAY.
Respondent Wife
TO VIRGINIA CLAY
Residence Address
Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 110-B Miami
Florida 33189. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 18. 1980. 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 12 day of
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByC P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
08326 Dec 14.21.28. 1979,
Jan 4 19801
T IMTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cat* No. 79-H447
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
NATALIA ACOSTA
Petitioner-Wife.
and
JOSE FERNANDO
ACOSTA.
Respondent Husband____
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU JOSE FERNANDO
ACOSTA. RESIDENCE I Mj
KNOWN are hereby notified la
serve a copy of your Answer \a
the Petition For Dissolution or
Msrrlage filed against you.
upon Wife's attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESQUIRE. 612 NW 12th,
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136.
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before
January' > 1M0 otherwise the
Petition will be confessed
you
DATED this 10th day
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By Clarinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08321 Dec 14 21.28 1979
Jan 1. 1980
by
of
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Actte* No 79-18417 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
SHARONLYNNE
NEWMYER
Petitioner
and
BARKY A NEWMYER.
Respondent
TO BARRY A NEWMYER
22CresthavenCt
Richmond.
Virginia 23233
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for'
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a cop> of
-your written defenses. If any to
It on MARSHALL B FISHER
ESs) attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 96B6 S Dixie
Highway Suite 300 Miami
Florida and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court an or before Jan
18. 1980 otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 11 day of
December 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Bj M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Marshall H Fisher Esq
965SS Dixie Highway
Suite 300
Mian. '156
Attorney fur Petitioner
BCtSi I>e. 14 .: M :97
Jan 4. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,N0PROPERTY)
imtmF CIRCUITCOURTOF
VrlEVLEvVNTHJUOiCiAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA '
AND FOR OADECOUNTY
Civil AchOfl NO r ''f/c
ACTION FOR DISSOIUTION
OFMARRIACF
IN RE The marriage of
RuBEtrroOONZALiW
Husband Petitioner
and __
ROSA M OONZAlJEZ
Wife Respondent
IX) RusaM C-ontalei
Rrsidence unknown
YOU AKK HEREBY NOTI
PI ED that AR action for
Dissolution of Msrrlage has
been filed against you nd you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses lfny to
II on ALBERT L CARR1
CARTE I attorney for
Petitioner whoss address is
2491 NW Tin Street Miami
Florida 33123 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 1 19*0 otherwise s
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JE*
I5HFLORJI LAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
seal of "' Miami
Florida on this I day of
I*-, ember 1979
RJCHARJ I BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dsde County Fit I la
By Karleen Pree* e
As IieputvOerk
-Circuit Court Sea.
Albert 1. Carncarte P A
2491 NW Tin Street
Miami Florida
S3125
Tel S 649 79i:
Attorney for Petitioner
08312 Dec 14 21 2 1979
Jan 4 197
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 79-lUatFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The mar nag's of
THOMAS JOSEPH
Petitioner Husband
and
G1X1RIA J JOSEI H
Respondent Wife
NOTICE HY PUBLICATT N
tOI 0LOR1A J JOSEPH
residence unknown are hereby
notified to serve a cop) of your
Answer to the Petition For Dls
solution of Marriage filed
against you ,j- Petitioner'
attorr.et II iR ,i NH "Hi I
LAS ESQI IRE 813 NT* lltl
Avenue Miami Florida S3136.
and file original with the ilerk
of the Court **i Of before
January'.; 19* "erwisethe
'eased b)
.....
DATI ".- u. of
r-er : ~v

.arinda II.-- s -
erk
I. 21.39 IfTI
Jar. **
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
MIAMI SEAFOOD IMPORT
COMPANY al number 1813 NE
187 Street, in the City of Miami
Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
4th day of January. 1979
Bertram Greenwald
Larry I Zelsel
ARTHURS DAVIS
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 1117-Clty
National Bank Bldg
25 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33130
Ph 13061 373^7768
08348 Dec 28 1979.
Jan 4. 11. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
SERAPH PRODUCTIONS at
10400 SW 27 Court. Da vie.
Florida 33314. Intends lo
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dale A BUI, Jr
Vice President
Seraph Inc
JAVITSA-KARP
Attorneys for
SERAPH. INC
.3550 Blscayne Boulevard
'.Suite 504
Miami. Florida SS1S7
08334 Dec 21. 38. 1979
Jan 4. 11 I960
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF/
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 7* $4*4 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CARLos ABELLAS
vs
Al.MARA AHE1.1.AS
TO Al.MARA ABELLAS
654 E I jppinrott Street
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
l*OI ARE NOTIFIED that
*ji action for DISSOLUTION
I m MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses If
ay. to it on DANII ;
GALLUP BM) plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 2356
Saliedo Street Suite 309 Coral
Gables Florida 33134 on ori
before February I iwuj and r
file the original with the clerk f
of this court either before
service on plaintiff s attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
reiief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and lhe|
seal of this court on December
28. 1979
Richard p llnnkrr
Oerkof the Court
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
Dec fj 1U70
Jan 4. 11. is laso
U6564
------------------------------------------------------------------j.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY'
QIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name THE
I'FNTVRESHOP.^
> Shop No 1 Miami
Reach. Fla 33138. Intends to
"gister uld name with the
, I ? ,h Circuit Court of
Dadelounty. Florida
AN ACRYL DENTAL
Ma* Dec 38 1979
Jon 4. 11. 18 1980
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 lint FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE SYL\ LA I EARL
I>. I
. N '
and
HYMAS HI
Respondent Husband
TO Mr Hyman IWn
l.e Port
Harrourt Road
Plain vto
New Y r 11893
Yot are HERCB1 NOTI
FIED that ar. a. tjor |
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a < opy of
your written defenses if any to
it on Abraham A (ialbut
Esquire attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
Wt> Washington Avenue Miami
Reach El. 33139 and file the
original with the kjrk of the
Above styled court on or before
January i imo otherwise a
assault win t>, entered against
you for the relief demanded ui
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week f. r four con
secutlve weeks in THE
Jr:*:sHEU.RlDIAN
WITNESS m> h., .no- uw
seal o, Mld ctMn a| ^^
Mono* on this 5 day of
1*,ember 1879
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Clr.ult Court
Dade County Florida
By Karleen Preece
AsDeputyClerk
ICtrCUfrt Court Sea.
Abraham A G.lbut Esquire
i.albul Ualbut
* Menin p A
9 Waahlngton Avenue
Miami Beach Fl.sjlat
Atttorney for Petitioner
0ni I'ec M g,
-.....i- J*-" 4. i960 .
ps*mCB OFaTT lew*H
CONSTRUCTIVE in. f ,
Sg&Hbr,
GENERAL JURISOICTlON 1
.... ^'VISION "
ACTION COMPLAIsiT
FOR LIEN
FORECLOSURE ON
PERSONAL PHOPtRTV
MEYER M BRILLIANT
,. A d b a MEYER M
HRllJ-IANT Attorney at Law
Plaintiff
and
GUSTAVO GLEIXNER.
a a GUSTAVO OLEIX
Mill KRAUSE a k a GUS-
TAVO SIEGFRIED GLEIX
NER KRAUSE.
I*fendant
TO GUSTAVO GLEIX NER
a k a OUSTAVO GLEIX
NER
KRAUSE a k a OUSTAVO
-r 1ER1EDGIXIXNER
KRAUSE
Sorledad Commercial
Nay i.eial LTD 4. Mac Ivor 308
of 103
Santiago.
Republic of Chile
fOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
y IEO that a Complain! for 1 Jen
Foreclosure on Personal
Property has been filed against
you and you are required to
serve s copy of your written
defenses If any to It on
FRANKLIN D KREI-TZER.
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is SD41 NW 7th Street
Suite 100 Miami Florida
13125 and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
i ourt on or before January 16.
'.98D otherwise a default will
he entered against you for the
raUsx demanded in the com
plaint
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
1SHFU1RIDIA.N
WITNESS my hand and the
teal of said court at Miami
r nrta on this 7 day of
I e. ember 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
A.' ".era ilrcult Court
: de County Florida
B) C P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal'
Franklin D KreuUer Eaq
MM) NTH rth Street
Is ,00
Miami Florida S313S
Attorney for Petitioner
oasis ;r 14 31 38. 1979
Jan 4. 1980
seOTICE OF ACTeOAt
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Acttoei No r !**! FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
ROS1 I ANA
and
RAYMOND DAN A
AYMi'ND DANA
*>enue H
. .r. New York
\ CM ARE irr.REHY NOTI
FIEI that an action for
Dissolution ,.f Marriage has
against you and you
-quired to serve s copy erf
- ntten (Sefenses If any to
..hardl Krx*up attorney
Mr wrxae address Is
la Road Suite 312
IWach Florida 331S9
" nglnal with the
' '. at- %e styled ourt
Ran Jan 18 164B
srwiae a default win be
sVJjMsOj, you for the
V -anded In the com
I'tiMon
This nut lie aha.1 be published
sssCl aees fur four con
. r .. .r. nif 'r VS
> ID LAM
WITSr hand and the
f said court al Miami
'.a on this 5 day of
-.ber 1979
RICHARD I BRINKER
As Clerk Clrrult Court
I"ade County Florida
Hy Willie Hredahaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
Clrrult Court *eal
Kwitney Kroop A
Srrwinberg p A
ln Road
M2
Miami Beach Florida 88139
R.chard I Kroop
Attorney for Petitioner
0U16 I>ec 14 31 38 16T9
Jan 4 188S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
'.'VEN that (he undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
NIC1CO al 3730 Coral Way
Miami FL 8114* intends to
"slater said name with the
iTerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
T J LASTRA
G David Pamah
Attorney for
T J LASTRA
l0l Ponce do Loon
Boulevard. Suite Soc
Coral Gables Fl. SUM
00 Doc 14 31 38. IFfe
Jan 4 ISM
NOTICE UNOER I
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
THE IS HERVHY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring Lo engage in business
under the fictitious name Tha
Jewish Flondlan of South
tounty serving Boca Raton.
I-elray Reach and Highland
"ach with principal offices at
1X1 NE 6th Street Miami Fla
J1S3 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
e-r" '"ourt of Dado County
___rrodK Shochet Owner
Doc 1131. 38. 1879
Jan 1RM
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CONSTRUCTIV|C, J.
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THE ELEVENTH0^
CIRCUIT oVi-.V.1*
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! CIRCUIT COURT OF
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i kctlan (Or Dli
ol M.irn.i^r has been
you anil you *rr
I erveai spy of your
[defense! if anv to It on
|N \SHFR attorney
mii hour address II
"111 Street, Suite 4"?
Florida .131tt anil file
With the clerk cA
~: > u-.1 court oa or
Ft isftn otherwise a
kill be entered against
the relief demanded In
% petition
my hand anil the
aid .ourt at Miami,
n this 2K day of
b. IfTI
HART P BRINKER
rrk Circuit ("nurt
n1. I 'ounti Florida
M I llartnett
(-. I lepul) Clerk
I Court Si-al I
Jan 4 II. 1 lt0
I CIRCUIT COURTOF
.EVENTH JUDICIAL
IT OF FLORIDA. IN
)R DADE COUNTY
Ction No '? l'l FC
IFOR DISSOLUTION
F MARRIAGE
r> r-iarrtage of
\ ROflBCRANa
ri Husband
1ECRANS
Ident Wifr
in a ROSECRANS
est
Florid*
HEREBY SOTI
Man has
against you and ) .
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'TH JUDICIAL
;ui T IN AND FOR
ICOUNTY FLORIDA
No '? 1711* FC
ML Y DIVISION
I rl.iifi of
MFP.m.i S
in.l
i a
I A He
BY I' BUCATION
ENIDE MERILL'S
llamis Hospital. Im
| Cm. epllon Port De
Iti are hereby notified
opy of your Answer
ktllion For Dissolution
*: filed afalnat you.
jiband s attorney.
NICHOIJIS. E&
13 NW llth Avenue
florid* S31S6. and file
si with the Clark of
irt on or before
' 1MD otherwise thr
[will be confessed by
this 2ft day of
an
P Hrlnker. Clerk
"larlnda Brown
>eputy tiers
Jan II. IIM lBO
IE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
[COUNTY,FLORIDA
TBATE DIVISION
>Numk*r 7t fOM
Estate ok
i AHKAHAMSON.
d
NOTICE Of
^ministration
PERSONS HAVWa
OR DEMANDS
T THE ABOVE
AND ALL OTHER
P IK RESTED IN
lATE
PIE HEREBY NOT!
kl Ihr administration
of HERTHA
N dnrased
lb. ri >* upending
r*Ult Court for Dade
Elunrta Probate
I lilreas of which
I '" Mian;.
Klonda. 33130 The personal
representative of the estate Is
HARRY I. BASSETT whose
address Is 2100 Amertflrst
HI.Ik One SE 3rd Ave Miami.
Ela 3.1131 The name and
address of the personal
representative s attorney are
*! lortli below
All persons having claims oi
.gainst the estate are
required within THREI
MONTHS FROM THE HATE
OF IHK FIRS"! PI BLICA
rii in i ii- THIS Ni ITICE to file
with the clerk of UlC .it".', i
.i written statement ol
.ni> i.iini in demand Ute> may
i h i i.iini must !> In
writing and muil Indicate Ilia
the laim, the name
lltor or
illoi ni-> and the
ail i laimed li Mk i lalm i-
nol yel .1 laic hen n
ill in-, ome .
t li the i laim la I on
iqjuidalad the
.
i" slaw .I li ihe lalm is
-. iiiii> ghall be
i lalmanl shall
dellvei luffli "ni optea of lha
. i k lo enable the
, I. rK to in.i.i on.....p> lo en ti
i- ropreavntaUva
All pai ion interested in lha
to hom a opy of this
Noii.....t IdmuuslraUon has
mailed are nsqutred
wiiiiiN niHEE MONTHS
i K< >M I'HK I) \ rs i 'l- I Hi
. i l |M Hl.ll sTION OF
THIS NOTICE lo i
Ihe) maj have thai
Ihe validity ol the
ill tile qualifu a
lion* oi tin- pel -..i..ir iaptaaan
..i tin- venue or juris
tin uon i' ha ourt
u.i CLAIMS DEM LNDS
\N|i OBJECTIONS NOT SO
r II.EIi WILL BE FOREVER
II U.l.1.1'
Dal* of the fimt publication
nl this Notice of
idminialratMri Ian i iv"
Harry I Baaaetl
\ I LepreaentatB e
I lati i
HEH in \ BR Ml sMSON
1 ll>. ..,- !
MTORNI \ FOR Pi RSON VI.
ItEI'RI IENTATIVE
H mm:v l it LSSETT
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTYl
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No W FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR I AGE
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. rarh week
- in i iik i .^
i-1 i nun; in
\ i NKSS m) ti..:
imI court al Miami
Florida >m tins
lanuary IMO
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. i :.-i Clri nit i ourt
Dad*Count) Florida
B) i ; S Carlie
As Ivpult Clerk
oil Court Seal >
\ KOBS ATTORNEY
ATI^V. P A
mi NVS 12th Avenue
Miami FlortdaSalM
Tel i 3051 326 RM44
Alloniey for Petitioner
OattTI Jan 4.11. is. 2, IMO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
|NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 7t 1714.
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA T CONZALEZ.
I'etltloner.
and
UBARDOOONZALEZ,
Respondent
TO I.IHARIHICONZALEZ
Residence t'nknown
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
i .-quired 10 serve a copy of your
mitten defenses If any to It.
on CARLOS M MENDEZ
I- ^y attorney for Petitioner
lH.se address Is 2k"v1 W lh
Avenue Hlaleah Florida.
and file the original with
the left of the styled court on
or before February IMO.
otti.rwise a default will be
i-ntrred aitaltist you for the
.:. the ram
Over 100.000 American Flag
lapel pins will be distributed to
the public by American Savings
and Ixian Association of Florida
during its American Pride Cam-
paign now beginning at 12 Amer
Can Savings branch offiCM
throughout five Florida counties
Vmerican Savings Gives Vou
Something Money Can'I Buy
Pride'' is the theme ol the new
plHint or petition
Thla not 11 e shall be published
..in ....... a aah f< a* four < on
.. yahi In THE iev.
isil FLORIDIAN MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and Ihe
. 1 .I k.inl 1 ourt al Miami.
Florida on this JStfl day of
December iutb
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ 1 i. 1 k 1 'in uit Court
DadeCounty Florida
By < 'larlnda Hrown
\ 1 ksputyClark
"in oil t 'ourt S-.i.
1 .11:.~ M Mendel k-h
2MB v\ itii Avenue
Hlaleah Fla laou
I'll MB M76
Mtorin> lor PeUUoner
8B3S7 Ian iiii- 28 ISM
INTME CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7* 72i
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
i kCOB MEYERS
1 '.-. .-.i.HI'.l
NOTICE OF
VDMIN1STRATION
PU Ml PERSONS HA\ INO
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
tGAINST THE ABOVE
\n \ni i Ml. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
IHK ESTA PE
> 'I IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED tint the administration
the estate ol IACOB
MEYI i File
I. li pending in
' lor I i \IIE
la Probate
the address ol huh
1 I M'l- ( '' n \ I V COI RT
HO #esl Flagler
Miami Florida
pntal the
MEN SCHEN
Idresa is 43
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p) ..i iiu~
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HIN niRI I M< IN Ills
r ROM Mil-. H MK I- I HI-:
i 11 ill OF
any
ions ihe) ma) ha* thai
cliallenge the valldlt) ol the
|i ,1, nl > will the
.|ii.ilili. .ition ol Uva personal
tentative or the venue or
nil ladli Uon of lh. court
M.I CLAIMS DEMANDS
\M> OBJECTIONS not SO
FIIJCD v.il.1. BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale of the first publication
ol this Notice of
Administration Jan i. 1M0
SARA MKNSCHENFREINU
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JACOB MEYERS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
KEITH V. SAKS
.'Till SV. la-Jrune Road
No 101
Coral Cables Florida 33134
Telephone 446 3911
OSSTJ Jn 4. 11. 1W0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
.older the fictitious name
Howards Famllys Trusts at
,nu Hi i> kell Avenue. SuileaM.
Miami Florida 33131.intends to
register said name with the
Clara of lha Cln nil Court of
i lade "aunt) Florida
June's Trust 1
Julie s Trust II
Ellen s Trust 1
Elian s Trust I!
IvlMirah s Trust 1
Deborah s Trust II
PACKMAN NEUWAML
,v ROSENBERG,
tttomeyi for
H.iwanl s Family Trusta
0BJ71 Jan 4. 11 1K.2S. 1M0
campaign introduced by the
Association. The advertisements,
on radio and in newspapers, will
emphasize the entire concept of
VrniTiianLsm stressing strength
and freedom for all Americans.
I'i announcing the new
\mericanism promotion, Barn.
I i Siegel, vice president ol
v in Sa> inj;s. reiterated
American Savings' longstanding
commitment to the American
ideal and united the public at
large to come to an) American
Sa\ igs office for free flag pin
Branch Manager
Kobert H Voakovitch has been
appointed branch manager of the
new Kventura office "f American
Savings and Loan \ss,Kiation of
Florida The announcement was
made bj Morris N Broad.
presidenl The office, located at
2925 Vventura Boulevard (main
entrance to ^venture) in north-
asl Dade County, is the 31st
savings office for American
Sa\ ings
Vosko\ itch
extends an open
i ri v uat ion to
everyone to visit
the new office
Monday through
Thursday 9 .1 m
to 1 p m and
Fridaj 9 .1 m to
7 p in and gel
.11 quainted uh
l hi -i.ilt and s.r
\ ices
I
Segal to Address
Z0A Meeting
I eon Si gal ed i< ator and
Zionisi leader, will be the
al thi next
Rrandi is Zionisl
1 inizatioi
V m<
- p m ,u the
Sa\ings
\ jditonum, 1133 Norma
I >r 1 v
ni ol
the Braiideis Zionist District,
new 1 lei ted lor a ninth term
will name the heads ol various
committees tor the 1980 mem
bership year
Kose Shapiro, chairwoman ol
the Hostess Committee, ill
welcome visitors and serve
refreshments during the social
hour The public is welcome
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7* 21*01
Complaint For Dimtsti
FRANK LOJACONOand
ROSE LOJACONOat
triond and
parantt of
MARC LOJACONO
Plaintiffs
and
DONALD WORSTER and
STATE FARM FIRE
and CASUALTY COMPANY
TO DONALD WOBSTER
Realdencr t'nknown
YOt' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a complaint for
damagrs has br*n filed against
you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
STANLEY E GOODMAN.
Attorney for I'etltloner. whoee
address is 2688 NW (2nd Street.
Miami Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Feb 8. 1**1. otherwise a
default will be entered against
nil lor the relief demanded In
',li. i omplaint or petition
Thi, not n r shall br published
Mica i-ach week for four con
secutive weeks In THE
IEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
>.,.l of said court at Miami
Florida on this 28 day of
ln-ii-mber. 1T9
RICHARD F HRINKFK
AsCU-rk Circuit Court
Dadi' Cisinty Florida
HyE Telia
AaDaput) Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
,,.. Jan 4. 11. 18 25. 1
American Savings has 32
savings offices located through-
out Florida. The Association has
' .2 Dade County offices located in
Miami. Miami Beach, Bay
Harbor Islands, Coral Gables.
Kendall. North Miami and North
Miami Beach Thirteen Broward
Count) otticies ,irr located in
Deerfield Beach. Fort Lauder
dale. 11,ill,mil,iii Hollywood,
l.auderhill. Margate. Pembroke
Lakes. Plantation. Pompano
Beach, Sunrise and lamarac In
Palm lieai h County, the offices
are located in Boca Raton, Deu*aj
Beach and Was) Palm Beach
The NssiKialion has one office in
Port Charlotte in Charlotte
County and one in Venice in
Saraaota County
Weinstein Named
Law Partner
The law firm of Myers. Kaplan.
Lssvinaon, Kenin & Richards
announces that Melvin E.
Weinstein. formerly an attorney
with the chief counsel's office.
Internal Revenue Service.
Washington, D.C has become a
partner in the firm, and Robert J.
Merlin. William K. Sundstrom
and Marc B Cohen have become
associates
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 'till?
IN RI I OF
I I I t ..
Struiei and
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Ni ITICE IF
\l I. I'KI'.Si ins H W ING
OR DEMANDS
\ IAINST THE Mli A I-:
\M> \i.:. OTHER
'. IN : r l:i rED IN
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M> iM mi'
"l- ; HE l- : RST
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. *1 th thi
rnand
laim
>' : must
indicate th.. baata for the clam.
the name and .itdnss of the
tor or his agent or at
lornaj and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
! .< the dale 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
I ihe clerk of the above styled
i ouii lo enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
i epresenlative
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 fUe any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedent's will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
thla :: day of December. l7
Murray Cohen
\^ Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Helen Adler
I V. eased
Fit ~t publication of this notice
ol administration on the 4th
da) ol January mno
Fiviiciii k Zelgei
i ii Law i mii, ... oi
Zelgei & Zelaai
i iixie Highway
i Suite im
Miami Florida SSI4J
I. I. phone IS051 KiS VWI
\ltoi iii'\ F0I
i visonal Repreaenlallie
Jan 4 II is""



Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIBCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 79-lsSM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARCO A RAMIREZ.
Petitioner,
and
ERNA RAMIREZ,
Respondent
TO ERNA RAMIREZ
14 C 2-36 Co S.
Guatemala.
Central America
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dls-
aolutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
LAWRENCE M SHOOT.
ES whose address Is SOOO Blscayne
Blvd Suite 31S. Miami,
Florida. USA S3137. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before January 28. 10 other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutlve weeks In THE ]
JEWISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the t
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 18th day of
December. 1978 1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
Lawrence M Shoot. Esq
3000 Blscayne Blvd -No 315
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone i306i 573-8010
Attorney for Petitioner
08344 Dec 21. 28. 197V
___________Jan 4 ii iaoi
NOTICE UNbER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
v riCE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
jag" lalneas
Hi lltlous name PEII
DISCOUNT DRUGS
Doo al BO Lincoln
I I
register said name
id< I Jount) Florida
PEDCO DISCOUNT
DRUGS INC
.i Florida corporation
Jonathan Beloff, Attorney
Smith Mandler. Smith
Werner Jaeobowlti
and Fried I' A
iin Lincoln Road
II Beach. Fla 33139
Jan 4 11. 18.28. 19KQ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. 79-I7HSFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
SANDRA COOK
Petitioner
vs
PHILLIP COOK
Respondent
TO PHILLIP COOK
EdlflcloElCortlJo .
Reforma
Local 11-C
Enterplso
Ave Reforma 02 18
Zona9
Guatemala
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. 11
any. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP, plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 2388 Salzedo
Street. Suite SO). Coral Gables
Florida 33134. on or before Feb
8. 1980 and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff s attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on December
ath, 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clark of the Court
Bj ciannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08370 Jan 4.11. 1. 28. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7* 17S3
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROSEDREIUNCJ
k a ROSALIA DREUJNG
NOTICE or
M MINISTRATION
TO \Ll. i ERSONS HA\
CL \ DEMANI
THE \li\ 1-
LND AI-I
I Hi INTER! I
HEREBY Ml



10019 The name and address of
the personal representative
attorney are set forth below
AU persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DAT*.
OF THE FIRST PIB
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state
ment of anv 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
mail 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 Or 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
\NP OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARREL)
Date of the first publlcatlor
of this Notice 01
Vclministration Dec 28 1978
DAVID A
DUELING. SR M D
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ROSEDREILINGa k a
ROSALIA DREIUNG
; i .,- '
ATTORNEY EOR PERSONAL
REI'RESENTATP. E
LYNN A
FROMBERG ESQI IRE
FROMBERG FROMBERG
. Ri III I \
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 'I TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 70-13517 (02)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
\NI HEW JOHN I.ANAHAV
Petitioner
and MARY 1-ANAHAN.
Respondent
TO MARY LAN AH AN
4*0 Old Town Road
Port Jefferson Station
Apartment 2F
University Gardens
lamg Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Petitioner's
Attorney JOHN J GALL A
GHER. whose address is 1484
NW 17 Avenue. Miami. Florida
331X. and filed the original
with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before thu
1st day of February. I960, or a
Default will be entered against
you
DATED this 21 day of
fiecember. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By KarleenPreece
Deputy Clerk
08380 Dec 28. 1979.
Jan 4. 11 18. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 74 1JJ40
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION '
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnageof i
DONNA K ALVAREZ
Petitioner Wife
a n'I
tNOELR ALVAREZ
Respondent Husband
TO ANGELR
ALVAREZ
Residence address
unknown
V M AP.E HEREBY not!
F1F.D that an action for
. ( M.i 11
led against you an i
quired tii mtv .
i itten def<
Mll'lllll H I IPSON
(or Petition"
1515 Nor.'
Suite null Mi.m.
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AFFIDAVIT UNBER
FICTITIOUSN&ME
STATUTE
STATE OF El "I
(XH'NTYOFDADE v*
The undersigned .under oath
says. It is the intention o the
undersigned 10 NlgM*
business enterprise u,
nctttloui name of IV ER
NATIONAL HATR STYUNU
located at 924 KHialeah Drn e
in the city of Hialeah Dado
County Florida
Those mteroated in said
ntorprue and the extent of
the interest of ea.h Is as
follows __
RAFAEL GONZJUJ \
101 NW 4? Ave
Miami EL MX
iM14fi Dec 28.1979
Jan 4 11. 18 I*"1
W1H.EU
.&>
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice is HEREIN
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of K
A R GRAPHICS at 48 SW 12th
Street intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count)
Florida
RUTHBEU.ER
RANDY Bl'RMAN
Michael A Relrhman
Attorney for
BellerABurman
1401 NW 17th Avenue
08306 IVc 14 21 28 197r
Jan IM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIHCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7* ''0
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl Hiei
I- R LNCISCOri I '
I lu -1
BRIG
FERN NI
A
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YOI M'.r HI


wrltti
\l BERT :
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and file U
... I th>
re rel


ion
Thi> notli i
. j,. < : foul
.. .... ii I'll) JEW
ISHFLORID1AN
WITNESS m) hand and U
.... of said Court at Miami
Florida on this 20 dai
Dec< :nber 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsCierk Circuit Court
I lade Count) Flor. la
Bj Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i in uit Court seal >
Albert 1. Carricarte PA
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Tel (306 1*49 H17
Attorney lor Petitioner
08356 I>ec 28 il7V
Jan 4 11 18 lami
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FIAJRIDA
COUNTY OT DADE ss
The undersigned, under oath
says It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise pursuant It
Florida Statutes 865 Ov TIN
titious name Ii QUEENS
APARTMENTS located at 1756
Washington Avenue in th.
nf Miami n--.li h Dade Count)
Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise, and ihi
the interest of each is as
follow -
MAURICE WERNER
mi pet uimba ided u lerest
LILLIAN WERNER
'" I undivided interest
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Jan 1.11 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the und
UK to engage in business
the fu tit,,,us names
Sheldon Levlne d b a Hand)
I land) al 1741
Miami Fla :' Intel I

of the On Jll
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. O* nor
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
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WTHECIRCUITC0URTOF
THE ELEVENTH JU0ICIAL'
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA .IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY ,
C.v.l Action NO "IMUlFCI
AC*;'10N FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOf
;N RE The marriage >f
MICHAEL 1.AV.SHAW
Petitioner Husband
POTLUiLAHCMHAW
Kespondent "._
to PHYLLIS LANOSHAW
agio Southw-est
184 Terra* r
Miami PI Bill ,T,
YOI RI HERE81 NOTT
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WaaolutKW of Marriage has
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are requlr.
.ur wrttten defenses if a;
UlTHUI \"]r
ttome) for Petitioner srhOM
Street Suite 110-B Miami FL
S319 and We th. ortftnal wim
the clerk of the above 9tye9d
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Julie Wemsuff
WEINSOfT sVEINSOri
Attorney! for
Julie Meinsuff
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Miami Florida
08310 Dei M 1979
Jan 4 :ao
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i;i\EN that the urHSersAgned.
desiring to engage In buaineai
under the flctiUoue name PRE
C1BION ELECTRONICS a<
J8U NW 72nd Avenue. Miami
Florida, m intend. U
register said name with Usi
nerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
PRECISION
TRADING CORP
a F lortda Corporation
l> |T PESETSKY
4 EACK
Attorneys for
Precision Trading Corp .
a Florida Corporation
,P22# Dec 14. SI. B. 1*79
NOTICE UNOf
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
SUT1CE IS HEREBY
j|Vl N '.nat the undersigned
ng to engage in busines.
!< "ii," "A"1: '2.
RECORDS al 9l His
Building Miami
da IllM intends to
register said name with the
,-lerk Of the Clrrull Court of
, k ortda
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Dm 2 1979
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
II HI Rl BY
hal the undersigned
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name
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADECOUNTv FLORIDA
Csve No 7* 14)41 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
MANTEL.' MM'. riNEZ
Petitioner
vs
AMADA MARTINI Z
Itespond.
TO AMADA MAR riNI Z
41W 94th. Street
- Angeles
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AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Ci.il Action No re 17119 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
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,ry Apple, Caterer, Passes Away Loul$ Lamed Dies
Ippli 10 .'i Miami.
Dec 3]
. had madi hia hi
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\\l of' levaland
I rvi\ .->: f\ thrw I
I raJ Gablaa, Llo)>:
I Mi.inn. daughter
Kobbint, Chicago, a
nd two listers in ( lat
run*- ?.randchildrvn and
{. ii grandcbildran
raveaids Mrvicaa and
(i,iii wan h>ld Monday at
k (Vmrtery under the
Lm of Gordon Funeral
I Miami Beach formerly of
tort died Dae 36 He u the
Dora father of Vivian
,: Ni-i k I. I grandfather
.u and Jill HerUtoeri
ner of Rhonda Neuhaua
-wm Roth of Eitorla
- V Mr Roth wai a past
lamaa W Husted Lodge No
fi iM ->f Se York t'lty past
ihr Writ Sldr Jrwlih
Sr York I'lty past prealdrnt
New Vort 11 ty past vlrr
ihe North Shorr l,odge
it nth member of Trmplr
Miami Beach and llfr
I the Hebrew Homr for thr
I Baactl Kuneral lervicei
in Forest Hills N Y Rubin
Chapel had charge of
l\t\\ LoulaQ Hollywood. Dec
I ltd* 1-aaesidr
ranee Grace to. Miami
|: Oordon
IR Joseph A Miami Beach
laeatde
)y F Blhal Miami Beach Rubin
.
r I! Murray North Miami
LaaeeMla
Nathan is Miami Beach Ie,
!T Aaron Klvrrsldr
IMAM Jrnnir Ml BlNal
'. Vina, ao. Miami Beach
I M Harry J Miami
K 26 Newman l.akriidr
Mrt Martha Miami
I', ibln
llvman I 75 Miami
I' .run
N Lane, Miami Haach
*.-li|r
I Samuel 75 Bunrlaa
laaiua Memorial Oaf
M I Beach Rubin
M vn Leonis North Miami
. H Uywood l lei
'..in
Tl Miami Beach Dm
. ...
-. Miami Bea h
r Mian
I
I rt l-awtrnlale
da :* Miami Bee< h
//.I". I |
Sfer
iO*> J%oe*
OSENSTEIN
Abraham dlrd I>rc 27 A rrstdrnt of
Miami Beach lor id yean, he came
fn>m llocheitrr N Y Surviving are his
brothart Sol of For! Myen. Nelson of
Hollv iMl and George of Beverly Hills.
Call! niter Ida of Beverly Hills
Calif and niecei and nephewi He was
a member of H nal H rlth. Men i Club of
the Harbor House and the Social Club of
lha Harbor House Servlcei were held
undaj
SANDERS
Bella died Dae IS A resident of
Coral liable! for 2ft years she was
formerly from New York City 3b* was
a member of Ii nal B rlth Surviving are
two mns Sidney Haakoe and Jerome J
Haskell three daughters Mrs Rose
Hymowltf Mrs Helen Geritenfeld and
Mrs Beatrice Kpstein. eight grand
i ruldrvn. Mark I'atrlcia Janice. Ira.
Maxim David Joyce and Kdstard. and
in great grandchildren Funeral ier
fere held Dec 21 at the Riverside
with interment at Star of David
Vmetery
ROTH
Mr Jennie. 2. of Miami Beach Dec
-he aas a member of Temple Beth
Sholom and Sisterhood member of the
American Jewish Congress Hadassah.
i HIT and Brandeli I'nlvenlty 9ur-
vI, on include three sisters Sara Harris
.( Pittsburgh. 1'a Anna Snyder of
Pittsburgh and Helen W'eissman of
M.....Iruve III niece and neph-v
Mi un.l Mrs Philip Marcus of Miami
Beach inter in law Anna l.evltan of
a. h Mrs Joseph Sunshine of
Miami Baai h and many friends nlecea
an.1 nephews Kuneral servlcei were
held Dec 23 in Pittsburgh Family
U .it contribution! be made to
Ule Eddie Cantor chapter Of Hadassah
Miami Baach Arrangements were
tii Kiverslde r uneral Home
Mian
I M R M R
I *
ini- 1 ;.i Martha Miami Beach
ri DM v"- ibln
than H Moiiyv.
1 >*<
II Mn Miami
It. i Ml -mal
r. v.1! M< >ND Sidney Miami Baaeri
iv. Ml
H1.MAN. Joaoj
i sr< i Lavitl Wainatoin Sharon
\i i5 Plantal
Star of David
II \i >
Louis Lamed, businessman
and philanthropist I
nsored
f Hi N iddish

ZALKA
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Park
MEILBRUN
M ami
I \ \! .. m BaacJ for -t^t
lurvivina
. North
King Kandi
Edward ui I f grand-
. liil.tr.-n Ronald Madofl Beth Baer
Hoii> Bradla) and Oary King and Kirk
Kim Heilbrun i.raveslde services
wara held Dec .to at Mt Nebo
c '.mcterv
GOLOENBERC
laura. *; Dae 26 A resident of Miami
Baach for .'.' years, formerly of W
Kranite N 1 She was a member of the
CTtevra Kellowshlp Surviving are two
soni. Arthur of Miami Beach and Fred
of New York, three grandchildren.
Marc of Miami. Hal of New Jersey and
Peter of New York, a nephew. Fer
dinand W'erder of Switzerland
ir.n elide services were held l>ec 38 at
the Lakeside Memorial Park
Arrangements were by Riverside
POLLACK
Clara Miami Beach. Dec 27 Came
hen- t.i yean ago from Brooklyn She
wai a life member of Temple Beth
Sholom and Mizrachl Women Surviving
.ire her son Michael L Pollack of
lli.tleah. daughters. Rose P Zlperson of
Hialeah. Ronnie P Stem. Coconut
Grove, brothers. Shlolme Svartt of
Ml grandchildren, and 15
great grandchildren Funeral services
were held Dec 2 at Riverside chapel
BERNSTEIN
Irving Hollywood. Dec 2A A
lent 33 years, formerly of New
York Surviving are nil wife Anneve.
three daughters Barbara Labush.
Jeanette /.inn and Helene Prenner. six
grandchildren Dana. Wayne. David.
Randy Jacquelln and Edward, two
rs Hetty Uolditeln and Pauline
l.ippman. four brothers. Harry Bumi.
Charles Abe and Ruby Bernstein He
a u a member of American legion
Post Miami. 32 years and past member
of the Knights of Pythias Roosevelti
Lodge Funeral services were held Dec
.t the Riverside chapel with In
termeiit In Sharon Gardens Memorial
Park
GORDON
Max M Hollywood died I'ec 29
Surviving are his artfe Rusr v' a son
lonton of % York.
0 lady Sobel of
\t ^, fiu "> la MaugMara,
ilallandale and
Marti lale Sat
ra wen held Sundaj it Levitt Wain
with interment al 1-ak.

BERGMANN
lohai M I -* yaar resident of
i ioldei Bi.. h lha lied Dei -v Sur
vivuif; are her ona George ol OoMan
Beach Theodore of California Arthur
'. York
.' \: \\.-,\ Palm
Beach rtlldrei ind ta
a ere
held Honda) at Temple Beth BI ol
Hollywood with Levttt-Welnetoln in
. r of an angementa
STEIN
IsldOf North Miami Beach, died D.
Bl the aga ol M \ resident for 28 years
he was a member of Temple Adath
Yeahurun and B'nai li'rith and was
awarded the Iirael Service Award from
Israel Bonds Surviving are his wife
Roe* of North Miami Beach, a son Jack
ol Coral Gables, a daughter Elaine
Herring of Plantation, six grand
. hildren Kenneth lairry and Cralg
Herring and Irene Marvin and Alan
Stem and two greatgrandchildren
Matthew and Lee Service! were held
Friday at the Riverside
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RES 2'l 44J0
Sidney Feuer, Retired Hotelman
cessions al the Di'Lidb HoteJ
Funiral Barvicaa wtn hold
Wednesday in Miami Beach for
Sidnej Feuer, ;> retin
! hotelman, h Hi
m \1 iami Beach.
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Services Held for Martin Rosner
Funeral services were held Dec
28 al Rubin Memorial Chapel t< r
Martin Rosner, 90, Miami Beach,
who died Dec. 27.
Mr Rosner was a member of
I'onjrn'jtation Beth Jacoo ol
Miami IJeach and the Israelite
Center ol Miami
Ha was the father of ('ol
Albert A Rosner of Miami. Max
ABRAMS i;race. Xt. Miami Beach.
I 'ec rr Newman
HKKMA.N Mary. 75, North Miami
Beach Riverside
riSHER. Alexander 81. Coral Gables.
Dec T! Riverside
HERTZ, Ia>uisa. Miami. *8. Dec 27
Kiverside
HEYMAN, Rebeccairel
LOWBNTHAL. Philip. 93. Miami
Beach. Dec 27 Riverside Mt Nebo
P08NER Benjamin C 7S. Hollywood,
IV, J7 Riverside
SACKS Morse. S Miami Beach
Oordon
SCT1AI-T Bernard. 68 Miami. Dec 27
i ktroon l-ikeside
SOMMER, (iary Arthur. 13. North
Miami Beach, Dec 28
KIPNESS, Elizabeth. 75. North Miami
Baach. Dae 29 Levitt Welnsteln
LEWIS Robert, 79. Hollywood. Dec 28
l.oE NTH AL. Philip. 96 Miami
Beach. Dec 27 Riverside Mt Nebo
W EINSTEIN Jacob. 82, Ilallandale
Dec 28 Levitt Welnsteln Lakeside
BROWN Fanny. 85 Dec 29
OOLDMAN Robert 81. Miami Beach
Gordon
KESSLER, Bernard. 88, Miami Beach
Gordon
LADNE, Joseph, 74 Miami Beach
Gordon
PEYSER Belle
I'.adler Anna i nee Blank i. Miami
Beach. Dec 28
xHAt'HTER Albert. 79. Dec 21
Riverside Mt Nebo
Rosm ol M iami Beach and I
Krausma .\ York, brother
ol Joseph and Jacob Rosnei ol
Miami Beach and Sarah Wi iss ol
New Jeraej BTandfathai
Linda and Elliot Rosner. Judy
and Steven Kniu^man: tfreat-
Brandfather ol Cary
Interment was in Mt. Sinai
Cemetery
TOBIN Rebecca. Dec 21 Gordon Mt
Neoo
ri.IKFE. Ellis. 77 Dec 23 Riverside
Mt Nebo
KAHNE Harry 80 Dec 23 Riverside
Mt Nebo
OSTROPT, Ethel. 83. Dec 25 Rubin
Ml Nebo
HE1TF.L. Dr Joachim. 87. North
Miami Beach. Dec 25 Riverside
BNOELMAN. Frank. 73. Hollywood,
Dec 25 Riverside latkeslde
GOLD. Bernard. 47. South Pasadena
Dec 3B
KRAMER. George. Fort Lauderdale
Dac 25
M1NDES Ella Zlfl. 76. Hallandale. Dec
26
SOMMER. Gary A Riverside
lakeside
WOaSON.
Rubin
FARKAS, Morris. Miami Beach Rubin
GARTNER Max L 75. Hollywood
Ilec 25 l^evllt Welnsteln
Pauline. Miami Beach
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The Dream Is Within Reach
Campaign "80
The Breakthrough Year
Supplement!. in January 4 1980


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The Challenge is Ours
Through 40 years of Federation
campaigns, we have responded to
the threat of genocide,
the tragedy of terror,
the challenge of war.
We have helped save millions of Jewish lives.
We have helped build a proud Jewish nation.
We have created an indestructible Jewish
lifeline of hope, help and healing th
world over.
And we have brought that lifelin< k.
full circle, into our communities:
Maintaining vital human support servi<
for all our fellow Jews who need them.
NOW': in 1980. we face a new test,
the most challenging in our history
In our campaign this year, we must raise
MORE THAN EVER because the needs
are greater than they have ever beei
in a time of gathering hope for pea<
Peace. A process begun,
a dire* tion taken,
a promise ti i be fulfilled
lands fi I Israel s people
It demands n if us
' a ept the hallenge. .
We will meet the demands.


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Their Second Sacrifice
Israel. Still a nation of pioneers, of men and
women of vision. Like the 10.000 Jews who
settled in the Sinai after 1967.
They gave up comfort, convenience, careers.
They labored against hostile climate and
topography, surrounded by hostile neighbors.
In their hands, the desert came to life.
A dream began to live.
how. they are leaving everything they have
worked and lived for. To begin again in
another desert: the fNegev.
Their achievements in the Sinai were many,
the sacrifices extraordinary.
In 1980. we must help these pioneers begin
new lives in new settlements being established
by the Jewish Agency in the Negev Peace
Salient.
They are paying the price of peace.
Their resettlement is our challenge.


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New Lives In Freedom
Once they were called the Jews of Silence.
Over three million Jews in the Soviet Union
separated from their heritage, forced
to assimilate, lost.
The courage and the love of Judaism
of a small group of valiant men and women
gave Soviet Jewry a new voice.
The voice shouted freedom!
and a great modern exodus began...
This year, more Soviet Jews than ever before
are coming back to us. the Jewish people. Fifty
thousand will reach freedom among their
brothers in Israel and in Miami.
In 1980. we must make their return complete by
supporting the resettlement services and
Jewish rediscovery programs of the Jewish
Agency. JDC. HIAS and our federation
agencies.
The fulfillment of
their new lives in freedom
is our challenge.


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One Gift Does A Worid
of Good
Inflation is taxing our ability to meet real human needs in Miami
and in Israel.
Two years ago, annual inflation was under 10 percent. In 1979. it hit
13 percent. Two years ago. we had to ask our local agencies to cut
their requested allocations by 10 percent from the previous year. In
1979. with double digit inflation again an economic fact of life, we
were only able to restore one half of that cut.
Our elderly, our youth, or emotionally troubled, and our indigent in
Miami and overseas hurt the most in times of economic instability.
This year, our community must raise a minimum of 20 percent
more than it did in 1979. Without the maximum gift possible this
year from you. we run the risk of barely keeping up with inflation at
a time when the need for crucial human services is greater than
ever before.
When you are called upon to give, give like your future depends
on it.
It does!
Your contribution helps these agencies continue their vital work.
Beth David Solomon Schechter Day School
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Central Agency for Jewish Education
Community Chaplaincy Service
Community Relations Committee
Federation Information and Referral Service
Hebrew Academy
High School in Israel
Hillel Community Day School
Hillel Foundations of Florida
Hillel Jewish Student Centers
Israel Programs Office
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida
JCC-South Beach Activities Center
Vehicles in Service for the Aged (VISTA)
Jewish Family and Children's Service
Jewish Vocational Service
JVS-Nutrition Program
Lehrman Day School
Mesivta Louis Merwitzer Senior High School
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged
MJHHA-Outpatient Mental Health Program
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Rescue and Migration Service NCJW
Russian Resettlement Program
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Teachers Fringe Benefits Program
Toras Ernes Academy
\menca-lsrael Cultural Foundation
American Academic Association for Peace
American Association for Jewish Education
AAJE-Fellowships in Jewish Education Leadership
American Jewish Committee
American Jewish Congress
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Council of Jewish Federations
Dropsie University
HGC-School of Jewish Communal Service
HIAS
Jewish Labor Committee
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Jewish War Veterans
Joint Cultural Appeal
National Conference on Soviet Jewry
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
National Jewish Conference Center
National Jewish welfare Board
North American Jewish Students Appeal
Synagogue Council of America
United Jewish Appeal


A New Decade Of Challenge
For The Greater Miami
Jewish Community
Now. as the new decade of cMM JjnjJ ^taxing our ability to maintain and expand our programs.
fnto^ther religions and cults for lack of modern Jewish
"ducationa? programs which they find ^"^^S^ese
Failure to provide these programs means risking the loss or tnese
chn toPSsm and Jewish life at a time of their lives when
they are most vulnerable to other influences.
Jewish children, especially those in single parent ^mHies require
additional after school day care programs allowing them to make
constructive use of their leisure time under the supervision or a
qualified staff when their parents are at work.
Our libraries and resource centers are still lacking enough modern,
innovative books and multimedia aides to present Jewish heritage
and culture in a modern relevant light.
How many of our youth lack constructive use for their leisure time
when their community should be providing them with clubs and
after school classes, especially on Miami Beach, where such
facilities are so sorely lacking.
Our Elderly
Over 1,600 elderly receive a hot kosher meal five days weekly at
eight sites in Dade County. This program needs to be expanded to
accommodate increasing demands at a time when inflation is
reducing the ability of many retired citizens to live on Social
Security benefits.
Other services to the elderly in this community need to be infused
with additional funds to conquer the syndrome of rising costs and
increasing demand, and to help many of our elderly living on
$6,000 a year or less meet their most minimum needs.
Our Newcomers
We are committed to absorbing a minimum of 675 Soviet Jewish
emigres in 1980an increase of 125 over the record number
resettled this year, without an increase in allocations, must we tell
those fellow Jews waiting in Rome that they must continue to wait
because we can't help them?
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SUNDAY. JANUARY 6
South Dade Jewish Community Center
JCC Joggers Club non-competitive
Meets 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month
at 9 a.m.
at JCC 12401 S.W. 102 A ve.. Miami
MONDAYJANUARY7
South Dade Jewish Community Center
Jogging classes for women only
Monday & Thursday
8:45-9:45 a.m.
8 weeks
at JCC- 12401 S.W. 102 Ave. Miami
South Dade Jewish Community Center
Aerobic Dance Classes 8 weeks
Monday & Wednesday
7-8p.m.
at South Dade JCC 12401 S.W. 102
Ave.. Miami
or
Wednesday & Friday
9:30- 10:30 a.m.
at the Capital Bank Building
107 Ave. & Kendall Drive
TUESDAY. JANUARY 8
GMJF Open Board of Directors
Meeting
2-6 p.m.
at Federation building. Auditoriums A.
B&C
Call 576-4000 for reservations
Forte Forum Lecture and Question
Period
Guest Speaker: Henry Adorno
Subject: "The Criminal Justice System
in America"
Auditorium North Building. Forte
Towers
1200 West Ave.. Miami Beach
1 p.m.
WKDNESDAYJANU^RT^
Temple Israel Film Series
"The Matchmaker
at 127 N.K. 19 Street
For information call: 573-5900
SUNDAYJAN^RY^LJ
American Mizrachi Women
Mini-convention
10 a.m.
at Hebrew Academy. 2400 Pine Tree
Drive. Miami Beach
Temple Israel. Greenfield Lecture Series
Thomas Freidmann. Onondaga Com-
munity College
"The Relative Jewishness of Bellow.
Malamud and Roth"
10 a.m.
at the Temple Sanctuary
Small contributions at the door
Yiddish Heritage Society
Histadrut Foundation Luncheon
Noon
at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Cultural Arts Department
Open house crafts demonstration
2 5 p.m.
at Michael-Ann Russell JCC. Katz
Auditorium
Aventura Beth Torah Congregation
Molly Kahaner Sisterhood Fashion Show
6 25th Anniversary in affiliation with
the Women's league for Conservative
Judaism
7 p.m.
in Deakter Hall. Beth Torah
For information call: 47-7528
MONDA
MM
I ARY 14
South Florida Council of Pioneer Women
Annual Membership Luncheon
at the Deauville Hotel
6701 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Admission: $8 per person
Brandeis University
National Women's Committee
University on Wheels
"Facts, Fiction. Footlights & Films"
at Temple Israel
9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Florida-1 srael Chamber of Commerce
Luncheon Meeting
Noon 2 p.m.
at Federation building. Rooms 2A & 2B
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artists Series & Great Perfor-
mance Series
Leontyne Price
at the Theatre of the Performing Arts
8:30 p.m.
wrinnnYiiiffiVftBYtf
Temple Judea Sisterhood
Luncheon Honoring Helen D. Cohen
at Temple Social Hall
11:30 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Midwinter
Petite Luncheon Honor Life Members
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will review
Norman Cousin's
"Anatomy of an Illness"
Temple Israel Film Series
at 9990 North Kendall Drive
'The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz"
For information call: 573-5900
THURSDAYjJANUJjRYJ^
Miami Beach Region Hadassah
Education Day Luncheon
10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
at Eden Roc Hotel
American Friends of Hebrew University
Women's Division
Educational and Luncheon Meeting
Noon
at the Montmartre Hotel
FRIPAYJANUARY18
Aventura Beth Torah Congregation
Molly Kahaner Sisterhood Sabbath
Service: 8 p.m.
in the Main Sanctuary. Beth Torah
For information call: 947-7528
SUND^YJA^ARY^O
Temple Israel. Greenfield Lecture Series
Rabbi Marc Lee Raphael. Ohio State
University
"Jews in American Popular Culture"
at the Temple Sanctuary
10 a.m.
Temple Emanu-El "Catskill Mountain
Review"
Co-sponsored by Temple Emanu-El
Men's Club & Temple Emanu-El 49'ers
at Temple Ballroom
7 p.m.
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
Delta Players present: "The Sages of
Chelm"
A Yiddish musical comedy
Temple Social Hall. 7435 Carlyle Ave..
Miami Beach
8 p.m.
^JO^JJAYJANU^RY^l
Miami Region Hadassah Education Day
Guest Speaker: Dr. Bernard Schechter-
man. University of Miami
at the Konover Hotel
9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
TITRSnAV. JANUARY 22
Temple Israel Sister hood
"Sound of Books"
at Temple Israel
10:30 a.m.
Forte Forum Lecture and Question
Period
Guest Speaker: Jay Richard DiBiaso
Subject: "20th Century
American Sculpture"
Auditorium North Building. Forte
Towers
1200 West Ave.. Miami Beach
1 p.m.
WEDNESDAYJANJjARY^3
Temple Beth David
Third Annual Dance Luncheon
Miami Dance Company
10 a.m.
at Beth David Congregation. 2625 S.W.
3rd Avenue
Continued on Patfe 10


1smmi PAHRIS.
NO LOWER AUK
Page 8
Marlene Fein, 33. is divorced, a legal secretary
in an office not far from her Kendall home, and the
mother of a 10-vear-old son. Separated four years
ago and the recipient of a divorce followed by her
husband s departure for Los Angeles a year ago.
she thought she had her life well in hand for a
woman who hadn't worked in 10 years and was
now faced with raising a child by herself
Following a series of letters home from school
concerning her son s behavior and a conference
with a school guidance counselor, she decided
that she needed help in handling a behavior
problem seeming to stem from her son s failure to
resolve the breakup of his home and absenc. Ol
his father.
Bene Kass. a caseworker at the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, a beneficiary ageno oj
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, noticed
about a vear ago a sudden increase in the number
of children coming in for counseling because oJ
behavior problems in school
The mystery was quickly solved In nearly
every case, these children were the product of a
home headed solely by a divorced mother, less of-
ten by a divorced father, and lacking wide enough
communications channels for the child to air his
feelings about the absence of one parent
Mrs. Kass attributes the increased caseload
greater sensitivity on the part of area school
systems to this trend in the population, along
with an increase in the number of single parent
families in the Greater Miami Jewish community
Nobody knows exactly how many single par
ents live in the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity. The emotional, financial and logistical
problems of attempting to be two people to your
children often leaves no opportunity to par
ticipate in that community Hut caseworkers.
rabbis, and vocational counselors can tell you
that the number is growing in a city where as of-
ten as not. Jews have moved from northern cities,
and single parents do not have the emotional
support of other family members nearby
Lacking that support, single parents must cope
with assuming an additional parent role, limited
financial resources, and inadequate child super
vision while their children are left to deal
with denial of a parent s departure, difficulties in
reestablishing trusting relationships, and jea-
lousy when a new man or woman enters their
home life
According to caseworkers who specialize in the
field of single parent families, the average single
parent has less money in his or her montnl) bud
get than the traditional nuclear family, works
at a job which is often beneath the single mo-
ther's economic and intellectual potential, has
less time to spend with his or her child than in the
nuclear family, and is even harder pressed to find
time for any meaningful personal lift'
Often thrust into the job market without suf
ficient time to train or retrain for a profession
which could offer a decent standard of living, the
single mother must deal with the hard facts of
supporting a family while also being racked with
feelings of guilt, loss, abandonment and alien-
ation from the society around her.
The single father is usually faced with the same
emotional problems while also learning to devote
more time and attention to the business of child
rearing than he formerly did.
This situation, superimposed upon a Jewish
society which has no traditional single parent
model to fall back on, and also encourages in-
dependence and resolve in coping with personal
problems, leaves many Jewish people in our
community totally lacking the knowhow to sur-
vive the trauma of divorce and raising a family-
alone.
Ours, however, is not a community without
resources for the Jewish single parent Sharon
Salkin. 30, moved to Miami four years ago and
separated from her husband a year later, finding
other
Derseli in a new city with her son Steven to raise
and support
For Salkin. the Jewish Family and Children -
Service was the l>eginning to ending her sense <>t
confusion for both her son and herself
According to Bene Kass. clients come t<> JFCS
for any number of reasons in their process ol
learning to become a single parent, "but no mat
ter what the initial reason they com*- to us, the
same feelings of loss and abandonment ulti
malely surface in most of our single par.Tit cli-
ents
Undoubtedly, mj man) single parents ami
caseworkers, the child suffers most in the tran-
sition to a single parent household Man)
mothers find themselves taking out their frus
trations on the person non closest to then
their child, Many children exhibit outright
nee and hostilit) when parent a new
friend or girlfriend seems to invade
household
The JFCS formal offers separate sessions foi
parent and child, with confidential!!> for !>oih
guaranteed \N hen mother and child later get
together tor joint sessions, the .iir has airt
been cleared and lines ol communication reopened
The return to work was the next hurdle m the
readjustment process, said Salkin. with alter
school day care for her son the biggest accom
panying headache
The After School Day Care Program of the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
operated by the Jewish Communitv (enters 0J
South Florida, offers the ideal solution, aaid
Salkin After being picked up from school and
given a snack at the center, Steven joins 126
other children for an afternoon of activities eOOf
dinated with the ongoing program of the Center
Following the close of the workday in downtown
Miami, Sharon picks up Steven before the
program ends at 6:00.
The day care program lakes into account those
days which are school holidays and opens its
doors at H a.m. Scholarships are available to
reduce tuition which is $20 weekly Participants
must also be members of the Michael,\nn
Kussell JC C.
Man) women, however, are mor. U . entering the job market after a long si
need counseling and direction The Ji isl boa
tional Service I Car Development i
fers testing and ad\ ice for those w h. in
Keoigni/ing the needs of the Jew *l ^ntf**
parent, the Michael Ann Kussell J( '
begun Single Parent Steering I "* '
work with a staff member of the
developing an ongoing program Ibi
Single Parent That committee is nexl
Januar) 22 at 7 i p m at the Kat.- \
ofthe.K I
Other programs for the year includi
Through (iuilt How To Be Better !
be held on Februar) 7at8p m
Sharoi Salkin considers these -
the best programs the Jewish co
d U) help the newt) single Jl
Seeing othei people in the sanv
you realize that you realh aren t a
made it through. I can too
In response to the growing nun
single parents in the oommunit)
Miami Jewish Federation i Tnak I
Jewish Single Parent Family, under
manship of Marilyn Smith, issued re| ortaj"
ago which has served as a cataU
ningful aaniics b> this community '
families, according in F.lW-n Shei
woman ol the newly renamed ( "
Jewish Single Parent Families
This community still has num.
needs regarding help to the Jew
parent Sherman said, but in the \-
report | release, we've seen some good prOa*-'
iiyOB*
She highlighted the increased MUSI
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part of agencies and synagogues U> <"''
the Jewish single parent, and pointed i
some area
P*
synagogues have single
representing 3fi percent of the < ""&***,
rmai
tt U^
memlKTship and children of single par- "' .^
representing -to parent of the relig
enrollment
The problem of providing adequ.it" ^
religious education because of limited D">
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ELP SAVE
ETHIOPIAN
JEWRY
Page 9
"We have been killed, sold into slavery, forced
to convert to other religions and physically
threatened even unto this day among un-
speakable conditions in a country which is caught
between war. revolution and terrible, changing
conditions."
These words were spoken in November before
North America's Jewish communal leaders at the
1979 General Assembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations in Montreal. Canada, by Yona
Bogale. leader of the remnant Kthiopian Jewish
community He continued
\N e were once 1250.000 people Now we are less
than 25.000. Time is against us Every year
every month, every day we lose our young people
to war. to discrimination and persecution We
uinnol sustain much more such losses, and if the
Jewish people in America and throughout the
world and in Israel do not act quickly to help us
come to Israel, then, (iod forbid, perhaps in five
or ten years, we might disappear
In response to this plea the Community
Relations Committee of the Greater Miami
I! wish Federation, under the chairmanship of
Norman I.ipoff. has established a sub-committee
of Fthiopian Jews. The committee, chaired by
Marion ShuleviU. has established it* primary func-
tion to sensiti/e the community to the problem
of Fthiopian Jews with an end to obtaining their
freedom to emigrate to Israel.
Called Falashas or strangers" by their neigh
bore, they prefer to be known as Beta-Israel to
street that their Jewish ancestors were separated
from the community in Israel at the time of the
destruction of the first Temple.
I hey are black They live in dire poverty in 490
isolated villages in Northwestern Kthiopia. ear-
ning less than $60 per capita annually Without
pitals or physicians they have a life expectan-
<>f less than 36 years Only 21 schools are avail-
s'>le to them; only one of these goes as far as the
eighth grade. Intense conversion efforts by
-sionaries and other pressures for assimilation
are constant problems
Over the years, neither Israel nor World Jewry
has mobilized effectively to rescue the Jews of
I thiopia as they successfully rescued the Jews of
i emen, Morocco, the Soviet Union and numerous
other countries Neither Israel nor the I'nited
State* has diplomatic relations with Fthiopia. It
Iteen suggested that the Fthiopiain .lews
would have difficulty assimilating into Israel s
[society, or that there has been a failure to per
the impending danger Until recently there
tnt'n a reluctance to go public tor fear ol
dditionally endangering these people But
I Bogale 8 admonition in Montreal was that the
Lie wish communit) must speak out now "Iftbey
to die." he said, "let them die with dignity
Wat her than disappear through murder, kidnap-
[i slavery end disease
{Jewish Single Parent
( onlinurd from PlSBSdtag l'K*
Isourcee is one point which single parents,
'-workers and now synagogues are starting to
Kognise as one of the weaknesses of a com
'unity structure which needs to ensure a strong
Pneration of future leadership.
While still facing problems seemingly insur-
K'untable. help is on the way. As Sharon Salkin
"d. Ten years ago a friend of mine with a child
[voiced and wasn't able to turn to the com-
[unity for anything My transition to becoming
lngk parent was difficult, but I realize how
kuch it means knowing that your friends and
Pghbora and so many other people in this com-
munity care."
ACTION SUGGESTIONS
1. Contact the GMJF Community Relations
Committee.
I meeting about the Kthiopian Jews. We have
speakers, color slides, literature. Write to us at
The Community Relations Committee. 4200
Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Fla. 33137. or call
576-4000.
2. Write a personal letter to Israel's Ambassador
expressing concern about the Fthiopian Jews
calling upon Israel to do all in its power to free
the Falashas. (The Honorable Fphraim
Fvron. Embassy of Israel. 1621 22 Street.
N.W.. Washington. DC. 20008)
3. Write to national organizations of which you
are a memlxr. urging that they take up the
issue as a priority
4 Discuss the problem with your rabbi, with the
educational director of your temple or
synagogue Ask that they invite a speaker and
otherwise study the issue.
Even Dollar Help^
Federation's campaign office received a letter
from an honest and well-meaning New York cab-
by last week who wrote to explain how he found a
$10,000 check made out to the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund in his cab. The
driver. Mike Z. Kalinski. of Brooklyn. N.Y..
discovered the check after discharging a
passenger he had picked up at a Yeshiva Univer-
sity fundraising dinner at one of New York's
major hotels. Accompanying the check was the
cabby s own contribution of $1 to help the 1980
campaign on its wav.
While In Israel .
Former American Sara Fine, of Beersheva.
wrote to her Miami Beach friend Paula Schwartz
bout Israels first fundraising telethon which
raised 1500,000 during its one day on Israel
television to aid the starving people of Cambodia.
The telethon combined appeals by top Israeli en-
tertainers, commentaries on developments in
Cambodia and newsreel footage of starving Cam-
bodian refugees arriving in Thailand.
"It's not the kind of news that makes headlines
for us in the world, writes Mrs Fine, hut it is
something characteristic of our people.
The largest amounts donated came from big
firms, but most of the money was contributed by
small groups and individuals, all faced with
Israels staggering 100 percent annual inflation
rate.
Ramat Gan High School students went without
their favorite after school snacks for a week to
raise funds for the relief effort, while residents of
a home for abandoned children near Haifa
donated a week's pocket money.
One grateful Jerusalemite donated $35 to
celebrate his release from jail.
The general tone of the telethon, however, was
in keeping with the gravity of the situation in
Cambodia Typical of the atmosphere was the
statement of a woman who made a substantial
gift in memory of her late father. "He died of
starvation in the streets of the Warsaw Ghetto. I
want to help ensure that Cambodians don't die of
starvation in the jungles of Southeast Asia."
And At Home
Carolyn Friedman of South Miami, a par-
nant in the High School in Israel Program in
S. made her first $500 contribution to the
\ IFF campaign this year, and enclosed this
.ter to Myron J. Brodie. executive vice
president of GMJF with her check.
Dear Mr Brodie:
I want to let you know that this contribution
is my first to Federation and is inspired by
my participation in the High School in Israel
program.
I attended the quin in April. 1976 and still
have a commitment to the program and a
dedication to Judaism Due to the impact of
the program, the responsibility I feel toward
Israel and my people is very strong
1 hop*' that my support, my interest, and my
contribution will continue to grow in the
years to come.
Sincerely.
Carolvn Friedman
FEDERATION
Vol. 1 No. 4
January 1980
Published 10 times annually by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone (305) 576-4000
President
L. Jules Arkin
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman. Public Relations Committee
Eli Timoner


Page 10
Continued from Page 7
American Committee for Shaare Zedek
Hospital
Luncheon
at the Eden Roc Hotel
Noon
For information call: 531-8329
Temple Israel Film Series
"Before the Holocaust"
atl37N.E. 19 Street
For information call: 573-5900
JANUARY23^5
National Council of Jewish Women
Fashion Spree 80
at Bayfront Park Auditorium. 499
Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
10 a.m. 7 p.m.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 24
GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN OPENING DINNER
GUEST SPEAKER -
U. S. SENATOR FRANK CHURCH
AT THE
FONTAINEBLEAU HILTON HOTEL I
RECEPTION 6 PM, DINNER 7 PM
GMJF Women's Division Guardian
Luncheon
Guest Speaker: Mrs. Frank Church
10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Daniel Neal
Heller
For information call Women's Division
576-4000
U|NDAYJANUARY27
Temple Israel. Greenfield Lecture Series
Dr. Norman J. Cohen.
Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion
"Midrash The Language of
Jewish Survival"
10 a.m. at the Temple Sanctuary
Miami Beach Region Hadassah
Major Gifts Function Luncheon
Guest Speaker: Ruth Popkin
Noon
For information call: 532-4741
Jewish Women's Political Caucus of
South Florida
General Membership Meeting
at Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center
1-4 p.m.
Hillel at Miami-Dade North
Film "Oh God" and panel discussion
at Barry College. Hounds Tooth -
Thompson Hall
7:30 p.m.
Jewish War Veterans South Dade Post &
Aux. 778. Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Am
Art Auction
7:30 p.m. n
at Temple Beth Am. 5950 N. Kendall
Drive
GMJF Women's Division Miami Shalom
Open House
7:30- 10:30 p.m.
at Federation building. Auditoriums A.
B&C
For information call: 576-4000. ext. 231
Great Artists Series -
Great Performance Series
Yefim Bronfman
at Temple Beth Sholom
8:30 p.m.
Stop Smoking Clinic -
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Outpatient Department Waiting Area
7 p.m.
For information call: 674-2600
MONDAYJANUARY28
GMJF Women's Division
North Dade Benefactor
Patron Luncheon
At Menage
For information call Women's Division
576-4000
TUESDAJ^JANUARY29
Tour of University of Miami and
Lowe Art Museum
Box Luncheon
Sponsored by Temple Emanu-El 49'ers
9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
Forte Forum Lecture Series and
Question Period
Guest Speaker: Abraham (iittelson
Subject: The Jew in 20th Century
Literature: Singer. Roth, Malamud.
Bellows and Babel"
Auditorium North Building.
Forte Towers
1200 West Avenue. Miami Beach
1 p.m.
State of Israel Bonds
La Societe Dinner
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel
6 p.m.
for information call: 531-6731
Jewish Historical Society
Annual Salute to
Pioneers of the Jewish Community
8 p.m.
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
American Jewish Congress
"Seminar on Judaism
10 a.m. 2 p.m.
at Temple Beth Torah
Temple Israel Film Series
"The California Reich
at Temple Israel. 9990 N Kendall Drive
For information call:573-5900
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Miami. Florida 33137


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How many families here in Dade County cannot take advantage of
the services the Greater Miami Jewish Federation offers because
they live too far from our agencies or are completely unaware of
their existence.
With the opening of our South Dade office at 12401 S.W. 102nd
Avenue, Federation comes closer to these families, drawing them
into the mainstream of our communal life.
This community has built its strength over the years by quickly and
generously responding to human need.
In good times and bad, those in need know that Greater Miami is a
community which recognizes the responsibility to help and
realizes that the health of one is the health of all, and that the need
of one is the need of all.
At this crucial juncture, as we stand on the threshold of the new
decade, we have the ability as never before to display the
resourcefulness which has always typified Jewish communities
throughout the world.
Our Jewish poor in Israel don't have to live in substandard housing,
just as our Jewish elderly in Miami should be secure,
knowing that their community cares about them.
Jews everywhere carry with them the dream of a better tomorrow.
Our poor, our elderly, and our ill have waited long enough for
torn morrow.
THEIR TOMORROW IS MOW.


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An End To Their Waiting
More than 20 years ago. on "magic carpets",
we brought them to Israel. Hundreds and
thousands of Jews: from Yemen. Iraq.
Morocco. Algeria.
To a land of hope and freedom from
oppression.
Over the years, most of them have been
absorbed into the mainstream of life in Israel
through the programs of the Jewish Agency.
But there was never enough money to finish
the job: 300.000 people were left behind,
living in severely distressed conditions in 160
immigrant neighborhoods with few facilities,
minimal social programs and limited
opportunities.
By-passed grandparents, frustrated parents:
100.000 adults in all waiting, on the verge
of desperation.
Bewildered children, embittered teenagers:
200.000 youngsters in all waiting, trying
to fight hopelessness.
Their patience has come to an end. With the
process of peace begun, they expect, demand
and deserve an end to their waiting.
In 1980 we must help end their distress, their
frustration...and their waiting.
The renewal of those 300.000 lives is our
challenge.


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A Time For More, Not Less|
Your dollar Isn't worth nearly what it used to be.
You know that because it doesn't buy nearly
what it used to buy.
So you cut corners. You buy less. But even less
costs more.
There are no corners left to cut for the
Jewish people.
In Israel: an inflation rate nearing 80 percent
Here at home: double digit inflation.
Yet this year the needs of Israels people are
greater than ever. This year the imperatives of
Jewish life at home are greater than ever.
We cannot deny Jewish education to our
children. We have to strengthen it.
We cannot cut back on our programs of
guidance for youngsters, counsel for our
families, care for our elderly. We have to
reinforce them.


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Can we say no to the people of Israel,
struggling to make peace a reality?
Can toe say no to immigrants in under privileged
neighborhoods, mho haoe waited
patiently for over 20 years?
Can we say no to Soviet Jews in search of
freedom and renewed Jewish identity in Israel
and here in the United States?
Can we say no to our troubled youngsters,
or to the integrity of the Jewish family?
We can X say no.
There are corners we can \ cut.
Because they're not corners.
They're our people.
In 1980. we must
raise more money than ever before.
to keep Jewish life alive and growing
in Israel.
in Vuim'%
wherever there are Jews.
The challenge is ours.


GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
FEDERATION
L Jules Arkin
President
Myron J. Brodie
Executive Vice President
1980 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL-
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
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Vice-Chairmen. "G" Division
Pacesetter Committee


Vfce-Chairmen. "R" Division
Vice-Chairmen. Attorneys Division
Vke-Chairmen. T Division
Vice-Chairmen. Accountants Division
Vice Chairmen. Chazak Program
Hi-Rise Leadership Conference


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