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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
oridtian
ime53 Number 2
TWO SECTIONS
Miami. FJorida Friday. January 11. 1980
B M*il Ml Cent* i pfll s
MBaHi^H
Men Made Jokes

Woman Rabbi Razzed From Pulpit
M \\ YORK UTAI The
:-t woman rabbi ti lead a
mgregation in the United
has indicated that the
Ipressures a woman faces has lad
[her to decide against continuing
:,. m r\e in the pulpit
Rabbi Mii-hal Bernstein, who
is ordainad a Raforni rabbi at
i mpie Meth Sholom in San Ji
| I described her experiences.
disappointments and plans ma
letter t<> "Preeent Tenaa," the
publication of the American
Jewish Committaa. Those plant
include work in rabbinically
related activities, she wrote
SHE REPORTED that, aa the
onl) woman in her class at
Hebrew l nion College, she was
the target >t oonetant "attacks"
which she caustically
described Be always in the best
ot fun and jokes about her
pre-, nee at a rabbinical
seminary, frequently including
the assertion that the only
reason \ciu are here is because
you want t<> find a mate
Rabbi Bernstein remarked that
when she entered 111 C. she had
little knowledge or awareness oi
the women 1 movement, "having
returned from four years m
Israel, including s stint in the
Israeli army, but she graduated
.i- an ardent feminist, truly
sympathetic to the plight of
women
She reported that, as or-
(i mat ion approached. "the
message I received loud and i
was that it would, indeed
Continued on Page l.'l-A
H,
177 Women
In Mass
*as Mitzvah
By JOSEPH POLAKOPF
V tSHINGTON UTAI
n months ago most of the
men >earning to celebrate
Mit/\ah didn't know
from 'bet." ami the
wire almo-t equally
. in Hebrew <>n a recent
i) morning, however, they
I all the Haflorah and the
portion of the weak in
i- Hebrew and achieved their
i n to the delight of their
her 13 sear old Kabbi
ihen Listfield at the 110 year
Vdas Israel Congregation in
own \\ ashington
women who avidly sought
din ation that they did
i- youngsters ranged
.'!. 3 m ,ir old Abigail
a Harvard graduate
iaw at Georgetown
to Mr- Sarah
a retired downtown
eur
HEIR t I \ss formed after
Koss, 36 .i t rade specialist
the U.S I topart menl oi
era suggested the idea to
: and helped him organise
i ai members, w ho in-
lanet W axman, wife of
forma Congressman
" an \N axman. studied
-h history law and
h> with Listfield and
i and Hebrew with Cantor
1 iolinkin For most of the
1> period. the women
each week between
ITS of lectures by Listfield
instruction from (iolinkin
momentum was maintained
I Continued on Page 15-A
I-.null ami Egyptian shake hands Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Yehuda 7.
lilum (leftI, and Egypt's UN Ambassador. A Fsmat Abdel Mfiuid. spoke from the same
platform for the first time at an off-the-record luncheon of the American Jewish Con.
'if/v. I he luncheon guests, meeting in \cn York, heard a candid exchange if ;/. by the
ta o diplomats on current Midille Fast issue-.
ondemne
Justice Shakes Up Nazi- Hunters
By ROCHELLK WOl.K
WASHINGTON (JTA) Allan
Ryan Jr., a lawyer from the Solicitor
General's office, is replacing Walter
Rockier as head of the Justice Depart-
ment s Office of Special Investigations
(OSI) which is responsible for the inves-
tigation and prosecution of alleged Nazi
war criminals in the United States.
Rockier told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that Ryan joined the OS I as
deputy director replacing Martin
Mendelsohn. He will then takeover the
OS I when Rockier leaves Mar. 31.
BY THIS period of overlap there will be
continuity m the OSI, Rockier said. "In my
opinion. Ryan is a very bright and able guy, and I
certainly recommend his coming aboard Ryan
has handled one Nazi case appealing a decision
against the Justice Department's attempt to de-
naturalize Feodor Fedorenko in which the Fifth
Circuit Court in New Orleans reversed the lower
court decision and ordered Fedorenko to
surrender his naturalization papers.
Before joining the Solicitor General's office.
Continued on Page 15-A
Israel Begs
Right To
Sell Kfirs
B> iTTZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTAI -
Israel has renewed its
request to the U.S. for per-
mission to sell its Kfir jet
interceptor to potential
customers abroad. Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman
raised the matter with
American officials during
his recent visit to Washing
ton to discuss military and
economic aid, it was learned
from reliable sources.
TWO countries an reported :,
DC interested in the Kfir, but
American approval is required
because the Israel-made plane is
powered bj an American engine
SEVERAL iFAKn
l s nullified a deal to sell Khr--
to Ecuador because il oppo
the introduction ol advanced jets
o Latin American countries II
he American position on Kto
side- changes, Israel Vin
Indus) ries HAD, u hich
nufacturea the plane, would b
able to extrii ate itsell from its
present financial difficulties
I.A1. Israel s largest militan
related industry employing
Hi workers has Buffered a
los- ot income becausi ol t ht cut
k in orders from Israel's
defense establishment
1 he company manufacture!)
Gabriel surface-to surface
missiles and a long line
electronic and advanced ar
maments tor export,
LAST l'KAR. its exports
netted 1326 million Rut the
Continued on Page 12-A
Sen. Church Will Speak
CJA-IEF to Kick Off '80 Campaign Jan. 24
With momentum already
building toward meeting
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's record cam-
paign for the 1980 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund, plans are
now firming up for the
campaign's Jan. 24 kickoff
dinner at the Fontaine-
bleau-Hilton Hotel, key-
noted by Sen. Frank
Church (D., Idaho), chair-
man of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee.
A minimum commitment of
11,000 to the I960 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergenc)
Fund campaign is required to
attend the gala.
SEN. CHURCH is completing
his tourth term in the Senate, and
now ranks eighth on the seniority
ladder there
He is chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee H
is .i former chairman ot th
Senate Commit tee on Aging, an-'
remains its ranking member
He also serves next-in-line !
i h< chairman of the Senate Con
mil tee on Energy and Natural
Resources, a here he heads up th<
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Headlines
Nazi War Criminals in U.S. to be Eyed
ABC News will present a detailed examination
Sunday of alleged Nazi war criminals, some 200 of
them, living in the United States who may be
responsible for the deaths of as many as two
million people.
The televised one-hour show, to be shown
between 7 and 8 p.m.. explores how these Nazis
originally got here, why they have been able to
stay, and why effective legal action against them
is starting only now. Entitled "Escape for
Justice: Nazi War Criminals in America." the
program is an ABC News Closeup.
Magen David Adorn. Israel's Red Cross
Service, has reorganized its structure in
cooperation with Israel's Ministry of Health,
reports Joseph Handleman. national president of
American Red Magen David for Israel.
As a part of the reorganization. President
Yitzhak Navon of Israel has named Prof. Arie
Harell to the key post of MDA president.
Dr. Harell was bom in Kiev. Russia, and im-
migrated to Israel in 1937 after completing
medical studies at Berlin University Since 1962.
he has headed the Tel Aviv Yafo municipal
government center and since 1977 has served as
chairman of the Association of Hospital Directors
in Israel

Actor and folk singer Theodore Bikel has been
named honorary national chairman of the
National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases
Association.
Bikel agreed to serve as honorary chairman at
the invitation of the Association s Philadelphia
chapter.
Tay-Sachs is an inherited, always fatal disease
occurring in young children, primarily of Jewish
ancestry. The disorder, product of a defective
gene carried by both parents, causes progressive
degeneration and destruction of the nervous
system, leading to death when the child is four or
five years old. __________________________
The resignation of former U.S. Ambassador to
the United Nations Andrew Young met with
satisfaction in both left and right-wing
periodicals, according to a sampling of leading
Critical opinion publications excerpted in the
test issue of Left Right Digest, published by
the American Jewish Committee.
The Guardian, a leftist publication issued in
New York, wrote ". Young's performance in .
the service of imperialism was outstanding As
anti-imperialists we are glad he is leaving .H
Young has served the capitalist system ex- (
ceptionally well during his tenure at the UN. His
removal should be no cause for hand-wringing
among progressive people..."
At the other end of the political spectrum.
Human Events, a conservative weekly published
in Washington. D.C., said that "Young's legacy
at the UN was not as a champion of the op-
pressed, but aa a spear carrier for the oppressor.
Whatever he may believe. Young spent the
greater part of his energies befriendingor trying
to befriend the most vicious kind of African and
Third World terrorists. Contrary to the waxing
liberal myth, his voice was not raised on behalf of
the moderates, the peacemakers and the poor, but
leftist totalitarian revolutionaries .
A new electronic device which will permit easier
communication between people who are both deaf
and blind and others with normal faculties won
David Abramov, a Netanya 12th grader, the
IL. 10.000 first prize in this year's Weizmann
Institute Bank Discount Science Models
Contest, it was announced by Prof Gvirol
Goldring, chairman of the Judges Committee, at
an award-granting ceremony held in the
Institute's Wix Auditorium
Up to now, one has talked to a blind and deaf
person by tapping on his fingers in a special
alphabet like code Now. thanks to the Abramov
device, for which a patent request has been filed,
the speaker transmits the message elec-
tronically to the handicapped man. woman or
child with whom he is speaking
Mrs Florence Mittwoch has become the first
woman to head the Bar-1 Ian I'niversity School of
Social Work She succeeds Prof Frank
I-oewenberg and Pn>f Ben lappin who headed
the School in recent years
The School has about 401) students. 50 faculty
members, a number of them part-time, and 120
suporvisers.
Mrs Mittwoch. who is from New York City and
is a graduate ol the Columbia Universitj School
of Social Work, first came to Israel as a delegate
to the first international conference of Jewish
educators on Mount Scopus in 1947
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Saul Seigel. former director of development at
Ohio State I'niversity. has been appointed
executive vice president of the American
Technion Society, it has been announced by
Alexander Hassan, president of the organization
Seigel succeeds the late Louis F I-evitan. who
died last year
Seigel will be responsible for the organization
and direction of all the activities of the Society
and its personnel in the areas of administration,
planning and fund-raising He will operate out of
national headquarters in New York City.
Robert I. Hiller. Executive Vice President of
the Council of Jewish Federations, has announced
the organization of a new CJF Budget Services
Department to integrate staff resources for the
Large City Budgeting Conference, National
Budgeting Conference of Canadian Jewry, and
Budget Research operations.
Daniel I gn a toff has been appointed director of
the new department, and will continue as LCBC
director and NBC consultant. He will be assisted
by CJF staff members Alvin Chenkin and Milton
del man The new department replaces the former
Budget Research Department.
"The State Department's invitation to a well
known advocate of the PLO. Edmund Hanauer.
to discuss Is Zionism a Form of Racism?' ar*
pears to give credibility to this monstrous
charge." says Ivan J. Novick. president of the
Zionist Organization of America. He referred to
"the Secretary's Open Forum." an organization
comprised of government employees, mostly m
the State Department, which have sponsored
appearances by pro-PLO spokesmen
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Afghanistan Figures in Their Talks
Hv YITZHAK SHARGIL
[ERUSALEM (JTA)
I. Soviet action in
[.Afghanistan was on the
la of Prime Minister
Menachem Begin's summit
meeting with President
Lnwar Sadat in Aswan this
reek They also discussed
lh. normalization of Israeli-
Egyptian relations and the
jiutonomy negotiations.
rlegin "aid last Friday that the
|S\ let invasion of Afghanistan is
Ipinr. serious than its invasion of
|( miltislovakia in the spring of
N because Afghanistan, unlike
fWhwIovakto, is ml a member
of the Soviet bloc
THE CABINET Sunday gave
IW formal approval of Begins
visit to Egypt and announced
thai Depot) Premier Yigael
> adin would act as Premier in his
absence Ik-gin was greeted at
Aswan airport by Prime Minister
Mustapha Khalil in an official
Stat* ceremony
II' and Sadat had at least two
BMatinga and were to hold a joint
press conference after their three-
day summit Begin was ac-
companied by his senior aides,
headed by Eliahu Ben Elissar.
director general of the Prime
Minister s Office who is Israel's
unofficial Ambassador-designate
to Cairo
Israel and Egypt are scheduled
U exchange Ambassadors on
reb 26, one month after the
normalization of relations is
officially established Israel has
already received a formal request
from Egypt to approve its
selection of Saad Mortada as the
first Egyptian Ambassador to
Israel
WHILE NO objections have
been raised, circles here ex-
pressed surprise at Mortada s
nomination inasmuch as the 56-
year-old career diplomat has not
been involved in the Israeli
Egyptian peace process, and his
name never appeared among the
likely candidates for the post
Egypt's decision not to appoint a
more senior diplomat, sources
lure said, is further evidence of
the trend in Cairo to keep the
normalization with Israel in a low
key
Mortada s last post was
Ambassador to Morocco where
he served for about a year He
was there when the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treat v was
signed last Mar Jri. A month
I.Hit. Morocco joined 16 other
\rab League countries in
severing diplomatic relations
With Egypt to protest the treaty
Meanwhile, Egypt refused to
allow an El Al plane chartered by
the foreign press corps to land at
Vswan airport because no official
air agreement has |>een signed
yet between Egypt and Israel.
The Foreign Pro Association
approached the government, and
it was decided to put an Israel
Air Force Boeing or Hercules
transport at the disposal of the
journalists About 500 Israeli.
Egyptian and foreign journalists
I overed the Aswan meeting.
On his arrival in Egypt. Prime
Prime Minister Begin
Minister Ik-gin told questioning
newsmen that Jerusalem would
not be a subject of negotiation
with President Sadat
Jerusalem is the capital of
Israel, he said, and it is in-
(li\ isible."
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The Real Threat
The Soviet intervention in Afghanistan may yet
have a beneficial effect if it causes the Moslem world
in general and the Arab states in particular to
reassess some of their fundamental thinking. State
Department spokesman Hodding Carter was aiming
his words directly at the Ayatollah Ruhollah
Khomeini when he told reporters that the Afghanis-
tan situation demonstrated that it was not the
Unit I'd States that was a threat in the Middle East,
but the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union has received support in the
Moslem world as part of the Third World's general
anti-Western attitude. This, despite the Kremlin s
own hostility to Islam within the USSR as part of the
communist country's general anti-religion policy, as
well as the discrimination against Moslem and other
\sian people within the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union did not create the enmity in
the Arab world against Israel. But it has taken
advantage of it and has exacerbated it. Correct
United States policy could win away some of
Moscow's supporters in the Mideast.
Hut the U.S. can make gains in the Arab world
without harming Israel. The experience of Egypt,
which threw out its Soviet advisors, should be an
example for Syria and others. Egypt, by seeking
friendship with the U.S.. has gained much more.
including the first steps in peace with Israel. The
other Arab countries can achieve the same if they
ever realize where their real interests are.
The Price of Our Sacrifices j

A Living Monument
One day before his final contract as executive
vice president of the Mount Sinai Medical Center was
due to expire, Samuel Gertner passed away. Mr.
Gertner s death symbolized the total commitment of
his life to the hospital he helped build and served
since December. 1949. It was almost as if beyond
that achievement, he could envision nothing more.
Not even for himself and a well-deserved retirement
In this sense. Mr. Gertners creation was self-
less. Mount Sinai Medical Center stands on the
Miami Beach skyline as a monument to his ceaseless
efforts to bring the South Florida community
another outstanding hospital facility replete with
extensive emergency and outpatient services, and
also a teaching curriculum.
Mount Sinai grew through Mr. Gertners vision
from its original site at the foot of Alton Road to the
old Nautilus Hotel facility to its present imposing
site for some 700 beds and an annual load of some
23,000 patient admissions.
Mr. Gertner's 30 years of service coincided with
the hospital's 30th anniversary and his own retire-
ment. And although all three of these things also
coincided with his passing, we prefer to think of Mr
(iertner as still living, still serving the South Florida
community through the vital institution he left
behind.
Tribute to Mr. Gadon
It is not often that we pause to pay homage to
the educators and cultural leaders who help to in-
struct us in our traditions.
Louis Gadon is a Hebrew educator at Beth
David Congregation, where he has served since 1937.
That is more than 42 years, a long time reckoned by
any standard.
Among the many generations of congregants at
Beth David who have been influenced and directed in
their religious development by Mr. Gadon, he is
greatly revered.
Last week, showing that high affection, Beth
David held a Sabbath of Tribute to him. The entire
community, not only members of the Beth David
family, join in wishing Mr. Gadon well.
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Friday. January 11, 1980
Volume 53
THERE the) were >n Dea
Moines, man) ol the llepubUcan
frontrunnera. being ;<- ^ful
about Konaki Keagan M lh,,>
were about President Cartel end
the President bankrupt poudaa,
mainly foreign
There he was m w ashington. a
Democratic frontrunner. being
as rageful about Preeidenl art**
. Waa about the Presidents
bankrupt policiee, mainly
foreign
In the caeeoi Baker, Mush and
fonnallv. et a/., the anger was
directed against Keagan because
he fail.-d to show up at the (<>!
shake-out. figuring 1 suppose,
that he's so far ahead, wh)
should he (Rep. John Anderson
makes more sense than anybody.
and so he's bound to be left wax
behind. Why talk about him")
IN THE caae of the angry
Democrat, San Edward Km
nedv. his gripe was directed
against Preaident Carter because
the Preaident cancelled an in-
vitation he had previous!) SC
ceptd from the Dee Moines
Register and Tribune to debate
the campaign iaeues with Sen
Kenned) and California Ooi
jerrj Brown in Dee Moinee.
figuring 1 suppose that what
with Iran and now \fghanist
which ha\c overnight changed
hi- presidential standing m the
Au-oveRiner^AP
PAKISTAN
isSCJ
'Carlos' Shows Up
public opinion [will-. In
ahead of the pack, wh) lb
To be concluded fron
fuss is that Dae Mom.
the new political capita
Il.it loll
On another level, .1
conclueion i- that Um
no difference among
Republican and Den
front runners other than
moat front runmngesi of tl
happena to be the Prea l<
the United States, who-. .
are therefore and ol
meaningless and contempt
BUT THESE >- .. third
conclusion, and it h.i Al^
thi essential selfi-hm-.-.
\mencan people wh;. |
tor the COP Rep V
. .1, h nf the i .indid.it.
ol part) affiliation .:..
today with an eloqu<
matches our growing :,.,
|< i sdeni >
\\ hat emerged as ..
GOP opinion at 1 H- M
that the President ,
hargo intendad. as Sei
Dole put it to i
Kuasiani tor their \n\ ..-
Kffthanistan, becsmi i i
knockout blow <>t the \
tarmer
In Washington Sen Ki
-.ud substantiall) thi
in the lace of t hi- fa
President on l
promised that the
would buy up tfv isi er'i
embargoed bump-
maintain pant \ witl
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turning an internalir-.tI cnsi
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contributing to the all'
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Made Attempt on 'Lord' Sieff
B) YOEI l\lt
Venezuelan-bom Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, the 10
year-old international ter-
rorist known as "Carlos,"
has taken part in the fi^ht
ing in South Lebanon in the
attempts to consolidate
terrorist bases for the
launching of attacks on
Israel
Using the name of Slaim. he
-et up special fighting groupa m
the Lebanese mountain- near the
border with Israel He is linked
with George rlabaah'a extremist
Popular Front for tne Liberation
of Palestine IPFLP)
CARLOS, who attempted to
assassinate .1 Edward Staff, the
president of Mark- and Spencer
in Umdon on I ><< to | wanted !>> police' in main
countries, none more so than
France, where he -hot dead two
onl .1 Lebanese In
Former in Paris in
Details of some aspects of
>- activities have appeared
i" an interview in the I'.in- baaed
Vrabii language magazine \
0 Stall at A rah,
Carlos told his interviewer that
he had lived with his mother lot
1 *" l.iindnn until 1968
wh. n In- went t.i the universit) in
Ih ch Ramirez Sanchez
M.....* where hi- association
w.thth.' Phi.I'began in 1970
ACCORDING to the inter
Mew Carlos -aid that the PFLP
i' i ioV d to asssssinate Sieff in
becauae <>f hL- strong
Israeli affiliations "
Mistakenly calling him Lord
Sieff, Carlos deacrlbed him as
the moat important Zioni-t in
Britain Carlo- wa- quoted as
i> ing I drove to the Lord's
home, parked my i ai ring the
- II and held the butler al gun
point It w..-., r, in tlsvevening
1 rd< rod the butler to call out
his master from the bathroom
1'" butler did so and taunted
Wh. n l...,,i Siefl opened the
,';"1".....n ! r. ti., II, w.i- wounded in the
"IMt lia I., low the no*,- u la
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hide outs
Hit an-. Carlo- iup|
r. \ olutionary metb
former friends in Ve
Moscow to expel him rbis "
Ku-sian- did
BBFOsU HE Uft thi v
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bin a letter of intfa
m Kanafani. the I'M-
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Carloa undamant irairung *
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m .ir with the intention
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\isl i
rktian
Pan 5- A
* Reader Agrees Our UN Tie
Leaves Us Without Friends
EDITOR, Tk Jewish Fbridian
\- I read L*0 Mindlin s article.
"UN: A Fantasy for the 1980s.
I said to myself. At last, here is
one person who agrees with me
about the IN
For quite some time. I have
bwn saying that the UN is just a
tl of the Arabs and the Third
World, who are maneuvered by
the Soviet Union
r We don't seem to be able to see
that supporting the Palestinians
and Arafat is anti-American and
anti Christian. In 1948. when
Israel won her independence, the
Moslems in Beirut. I^ebanon were
running down the streets
shouting as they noted. "First
the Jews, then the Christians."
THIS PROPHEClT seems to
be coming true, supported by the
ant i religious Soviet Union and
Cuba The UN troops there are
not helping
The Soviet Union and the
whole Third World, the sup-
posedly non-aligned countries,
are against us. So why do we
support an organization where
they can voice their disapproval
of us continually? The Third
World never had it so good Who
ever heard of some of these
countries before'' The Russian
Letter to
the Editor
satellites have voting rights and
are forced to agree with the
Soviet Union or be invaded.
I have Ix-en saying that the UN
should Ih- requested to move and
support itself without us No one
else would give it the freedom we
do. and it would not be so easy
for the Third World to have us to
"kick around anymore. Russia
would not be such a hero then
NO EFFECTIVE action is
taken by the UN. even in the
cause celebre of Iran and the
holding of 50 American hostages,
just as it wasn't against Cuba
when it invaded Ethiopia
If we ignore the invasion of
Afghanistan by the Soviet
Union, the UN might as well fold
up. It would be meaningless,
except as a forum for nations to
call attention to themselves.
Thus inadequacy and hypocricy
of the international organization,
to me is real, not fantasy
M. ARCHER
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Israel's Oil Bill
Goes Up 30 Percent
MEXICO CITY (JTA) Israel will pay about 30
percent more for Mexican oil during the first quarter of
1980 than it did last year and can expect to pay still more
later as u result of price hikes announced by the State-
owned oil company. Pemex.
The price of Mexican crude oil was raised from $24.60
to $30 per barrel effective for the first three months of the
new year and is subject to an upward revision at any time
during the subsequent three months, the announcement
said.
MEXICO BECAME a major supplier of oil to Israel
after Iranian oil was cut off by the revolutionary regime in
Teheran. Mexico also sells oil to the U.S., Japan. France,
Spain. Yugoslavia and several Latin American countries.
It is not a member of the Organization of Petroleum
Kxporting Countries, but Pemex said prices are revised
every three months to keep up with international levels.
The company deals directly with client countries rather
than with individual speculators on the spot market.
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News in Review
Deny French
Leader Dov Joseph Dies at Age 80
JKRUSALEM Dov Joseph,
who was military governor of be-
sieged Jerusalem during the
Israel War of Independence and
later a cabinet minister from 1949
to 19H6. died Saturday at the age
of 80.
Horn April 27. 1899 in Mon-
treal, as Bernard Joseph, he left
Canada in 1918 to serve in the
Jewish Legion in Palestine. He
returned to Canada to complete
his legal studies at McCiill
University in Montreal and then
returned to Jerusalem in 1921
where he was in private law prac-
tice until 1948. lie served as legal
advisor to the political depart
nient of the Jewish Agency from
1936 to 1945. was a member of
the Kxecutive from 1945 to 1947
and its treasurer from 1957 to
1961
A close associate of David Ben
(Jurion. Joseph served as
Jerusalem military governor in
1948-49 during the years the city
was under siege from Arab
forces.
MBHBMHMHHMMM
NEW fORK The Palestine
Liberation Organization (PLOl
declared that "in five years we
shall proclaim a Palestinian
government, and in 15 years we
hope to destroy Israel."
In a message on Radio
Teheran, broadcast Jan 1 and
made available to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency here. PLO's
representative in Iran. Ham el
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derives "our main support from
'he Iranian revolution and (the
Ayatollah) Khomeini He add
ed: "We are devotees of the first
Imam of the Shi ites and are not
prepared to hold talks with the
cruel ones We are ready to sac
rifice ourselves and shall not
forego our land It is our hope
that the leaders of Iran and
Palestine will enter Jerusalem
arm in arm."
TEL AVIV Prime Minister
Menechetn Begin said here that
he was not troubled over reports
that the I'nited Statea has been
given facilities at an Kgyptian air
base and observed that it was
only natural that the l S should
seek such facilities in h'gypt.
Israel and other countries in view
of events in Iran and Afghanis
tan
Begin "-[Kike at a press con-
ference before his departure for a
three-day summit meeting with
President Anwar Sadat in
tswan He was referring to a
report on Israel television
claiming that the U-S is secretly
readying an air base at its dis-
posal by h'gypt without either
country informing Israel
JERUSALEM Defense
Minister Kzer Weizman fervently
defended his voiced support of
American President Jimmy
Carter in Monday 'a session of the
Knesset Foreign Affairs and De-
fense Committee, noting that
Carter had done much for the
Jewish State during his three
\ car-- in office
from making plywood cut-out
toys Within a short time, he
attained a worldwide reputation
JERUSALEM Eighteen
\rah landowners called Monda)
evening tor the immediate
evaluation of all Jewish Settlers
from the Jewish settlement of
Eilon Moreh in a petition BUb
nutted to one of the magistrates
.'i the High Court of Justice in
Jerusalem
Citing that the government
was not fulfilling us task in
accordance with the law. the
landowners, all of whom are from
Nablua and the nearby village of
Rujeib, demanded that the
. \, nation be immediate Calling
on the government to free itself
from tin dictate- nt Gush
I munim, the) called on it to re-
introduce law and Older in the
region as founded on the rights
ill the petitioners
Bonn Agrees to Pay Neic
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Weizman'a remarks were met
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members and MK Yossi Sand
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Germany's Parliament has
agreed, in principle, to pay
new reparations to Jewish
victims of Nazism. These
reparations would be the
last payment to Jewish
survivors of the Holocaust.
But the proposed ad-
ditional payments have be-
come entangled with efforts
to discuss restoration of the
pension rights of Hitler era
civil servants never cleared
by the de-Nazification
courts
That linkage is considered
"unfortunate' by Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt. who .i-
reportedly described by a spokes
man a- wanting to do every
thing possible to avoid coupling
the fate of victims and their
i ippressora
BEFORE Christmas, the
Christian Democratic opposition
ui Parliament gained hacking for
a plan to pay 1255 million in new
reparations hut only in exchange
for debate on the fate of other
groups affected by the Nazi era
The debate, scheduled for Mar
31, would discuss pnenjbln
Ix-nefits for gypsies and others
who did not get any reparations
but also to former career military
officers, members of the SS elite
guard and Nazi civil servants
Schmidt, who said he wanted
the full backing of all Weal tier
man parties for what he called a
last material gesture to Jewish
victims, onginallv sought to have
the $_'.'>.' million included in the
: 180 budget
He received assurances from
Helmut Kohl, head of the
Christian Democratic Union, and
from I'hilip .lenninger. manager
of the parliamentary group of
B.iv ana s Christian Social I'nmn.
that the two parties would co-
operate but the leaders wen
voted down by their perlia
metitarv groups
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ment in principle to include the
reparation! for .lews fan a sup-
plementary budget for i^ho but
in conjunction with a discussion
of pensions fur (iermans not
. leered b) de Nazificatioa courts
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making 1139 million available to
Jewish victims m IW). with
sddit tonal grants of $.\* million in
each of the two following years
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go to the .Jewish community in
Weal German) and the balance
to the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims \gainst 1 ier
many, which is headed b) Mr
Nahum (ioUlmann
Knew Caper
At Cherbourg
\U riTXHAKSHARGIl
TEL AVIV Ui \
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former < iovernor of Chi
prov nice. Jacques Mrun.
the French authorities
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spirit awav five
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barrassment to the rag
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He sid in an article pul
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had notified the then I
Minister Maurice Schumann and
and Defense Minister M
Deb re in advance of the I--
intentions and sent a COD)
letter to the F.lys-.- Palace
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government was prepared I
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I.imon. the former Nav)
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Background Update
Is Israel 'Useful' to U.S.?
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WASHINGTON
(JTA) Contrasting
accounts are being told of
Defense Secretary Harold
Brown's views towards Is-
rael's usefulness in the
Pentagon's strategy and
his outlook for an American
military presence in the
Middle East.
The varied accounts fol-
lowed a luncheon meeting
at the Pentagon Dec. 14
with Brown and 15 repre-
sentatives of Jewish com-
munal organizations in
their personal capacities.
The discussion was not off
the record although private
along with the usual
leakage occurring.
A SIMILAR mooting with
Brown was held 18 months ago
.ind boom comparisons with the
recent session were tx>mte by participants The major dif
ference ia thai in this instance the
Iranian-American crisis and its
implkations for the U.S. and
Israel pen ailed the talk.
\mong those who had at-
tended both were Kabbi
Alexander Schindler. Max
Kampelman, Richard Maaas
\lorn-- \mitay. Hyman Hook-
binder. Irwin Field. Richard
Shifter, lien Kpstein. Frank
I.aulenberg. Paul Herger and
Alfred Moeos
generalized account of
Brow n b presentalions was on the
following lines Iran is falling
apart and a leftist regime may
lake over with ominous sig-
nificance for the oil sheikhdoms
.ind Vrab governments friendly
to the U.S In these circum-
stances, the I S must proceed
with new urgency for a solution
to the Palestine problem because
as long as i his problem percolates
"moderate" Arabs are in danger
THE U.S.. according to this
account, can't use Israel's Sinai
baaaa which are to be turned over
to Egypt in 1981 because that
move would jiiipardi/r President
\nwar Sadat s safety Neither
can the U.S. consider Israel as a
strategic asset except in the most
dire circumstances.
The impression Brown gave
was i hat Israel must adapt itself
.o President Carters forumula
because in essence the U.S.
support of Israel is funda-
mentally moral, not Strategic
When apprised o| this account.
some other participants ex
pressed surprise One found it
an unjustified, alarmist rest
lion" and that an alarmist
position is not warranted There
isn'l the slightest basis tor it."
Brown did not show an) reluc-
tance, another group said, to
assert Israels importance to the
U.S.. a position he did not take
is months ago
THOSE PARTICIPANTS'
account, also generalized, dif-
fered in many respects from the
one they criticized They stressed
Mrown said then is no question
Israel is a strategic asset to the
U S They quoted him as saying
we start from that premise"
that Israel is a great strategic
asset While 1H months ago.
Mrown would not concede Israel's
strategic importance, he now sees
Israel differently.
Sadat, Mrown reportedly said.
is unwilling to grant base rights
in the Sinai to any foreign power.
Saudi Arabia requires a settle
ment ol the Palestinian question
However, Mrown did not imply
failure thus far to involve the
Palestinian Vrabs in the peace
process ig Israel's fault In this
context, he pointed to Jordan's
refusal to enter the autonomy-
talks with the U.S., Egypt and
Israel
When the two accounts were
broached to another source, he
responded that both accounts
could be drawn trom the dis
eussion. Mrown did speak out on
the need to solve the Palestinian
issue that troubles Saudi Arabia
particularly When asked about
Israel's strategic place Mrown
said grudgingly" that Israel has
some strategic value. This source
observed Mrown is not a great
believer" in Israel's strategic
usefulness
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children.
Ever since the massive Influx of
North African and Asian Jews Into
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spent on paying for defense and past
wars. Now, triple digit inflation
and economic boycotts make their
plight even more desperate.
Children who were born into this
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their own children reliving the same
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at peace and secure, and open
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Kalachnikov Rifles
Terrorists Murder El Al Exec
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Abraham Elazar, manager
of El Al in Instanbul. was
shot to death by unknown
assassins who ambushed
his car as he drove home
from his office at the air-
port. Two terrorist groups
have claimed responsibility
for the killing. Israeli
Transport Minister Haim
Landau cabled his Turkish
counterpart to make every
effort to apprehend the
murderers and bring them
to trial.
A previously unknown ter-
rorist group in Beirut claimed
that its gunmen killed Elazar
because he was a "Zionist agent'
and warned that it would con-
tinue to act against "agents of
Zionism and imperialism" all
over the world. The group iden-
tified itself as "The Encounter
Front Against the Camp David
Agreements."
IN ISTANBUL earlier, an
anonymous telephone caller told
a newspaper that the assailants
were members of the "Leninist-
Marxist Underground." a group
never heard of before and
lu'lieved. in fact, to be a fake
name intended to mislead the
police.
The caller also claimed that the
. On the other hand, some
Israelis claim that Turkish
officialdom is sympathetic to
the Palestinians and that they
enjoy freedom of movement on
Turkish soil.
Israeli airline executive was an
agent of Israeli intelligence
sen ice
\~ a result of the murder, an
alert was declared at the Israeli
Embassy in Ankara and at all
other Israeli diplomatic and com-
mercial offices in Turk.)
Turkish terrorist groups are
known to have close contacts
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization and other Arab ter-
rorist bands
A TURKISH terrorist was
captured during an Israeli raid on
Arab terrorist basts in I,ebanon
and was handed over to the
Turkish authorities
On the other hand, some
Israelis claim that Turkish of-
ficialdom is sympathetic to the
Palestinians and that they enjoy
freedom of movement on Turkish
soil Sources here suggested that
the murder of Elazar may have
been in retaliation for the recent
slaying of two El Fatah officers
m Nicosia. Cyprus. A PLO
spokesman claimed Israeli agents
were responsible
The unknown assassins of
Elazar fired Kalachnikov auto-
matic rifles and sent 50 bullets
ripping through the car At wist
15 bullets penetrated the body
ihe 43-year-old Israeli airline
executive, killing him instantly.
according to Istanbul polks
Elazar, having completed his
ork in connection with the last
El Al flight of the day. H
nuriring the suburbs ol ths
Turkish city on the road from the
airport vs hen I speeding car cut
him off. forcing him to brake
THE KILLERS opened fire
.nul then drove off at high speed
m the direction ol downtown
Istanbul \ poliOS manhunt
began later, but so far no auests
have been reported
Elazar, the father of two
children, was born in Bulgaria
and settled Ul Israel in 1949
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ai an electrician He rose in the
compan) 'a ranks to become
branch manager in Istanbul His
wife, also an El M employe, and
their children were on leave in
Israel when the murder occurred
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A vital Sharansky Tells
Story of Her Struggle

Arab Utility Stirs New Uproar
Next i>ar in Jerusalem. By
Avital Sharansky with liana
Ben-Josef. New I'ork: William
Morrow and Co.. 189 pp.,
$9.95.
AVITAL Sharansky has not
seen her husband Anatoly since
she left for Israel the day after
their marriage in Moscow on July
4. 1973. Many are aware of the
Sharansky case, and are involved
in the Struggle for Soviet Jewry
To read Avital's account is to
know Anatoly s struggle
Accused of spying for the CIA.
refusemk Anatoly Sharansky
was arrested in 1977 and has been
in solitary confinement since he
was sentenced the following year.
The title of the book is derived
from Anatoly s final words at the
trial after he was sentenced: "I
say, addressing my people and
my Avital: L'shana ha-baah
b'Yerushalayim: Next year in
Jerusalem!'
This is the story of Avital's
first meetings with Anatoly. of
Anatoly's activities as a human
rights activist and Jewish dis-
Miami Rabbi
To Head
Israel Project
Rabbi Rubin R Dobin, of
Miami Beach, has been named to
head the new Tel Mond Youth
Prison project in Israel. Rabbi
Dobin will assist in developing a
pilot project on behalf of the 150
first offenders now serving their
sentences in the youth prison.
Announcement of the ap-
pointment was made by Rabbi
Yitzhak David Grossman, chief
rabbi of Migdal Ha-emek. He is
founder of the Migdal Ohr
Institutions of Israel and serves
as voluntary chaplain of the Tel
Mond Prison.
RABBI DOBIN explained that
the first offenders, age 14 to 19.
"will be given a special program
of studies and vocational training
aimed at cutting their sentences
in half and preparing them to
return to the mainstream of
Israeli society.'"
According to Dr. Menashe
Sterzer. director of the prison, the
new project will be enlarged to
include all of the 350 inmates at
Tel Mond. It is hoped, he
revealed, that the new project
will eventually also include
rehabilitation programs for
young women offenders in
another prison.
sident. and of Avital's efforts to
have him released from prison. In
this memoir, which includes
letters from her husband, she
gives us both a valuable
document of Soviet life, and a
stirring examination of what it
means to be a Jew in Russia.
American Jewish Landmarks: A
Travel Guide and History.
Volume II. The South and
Southwest. By Bernard Postal
and Lionel Kuppman New
I'ork: Fleet Press Corp.. 334
pp.. $13.95 hardback. $7.50
paperback.
American Jewish Landmarks
is the successor to A Jeuish
Tourist's Guide to the I'mted
State*, which was published in
1954. Volume II follows the
format of the first volume
Alphabetically arranged by
states, cities and towns within
the states, each chapter has two
parts. The first part is an intro-
ductory essay devoted entirely to
the highlights of Jewish history
in the state or area covered It is
followed by a travel section
listing and describing specific
places.
THERF ARE 36 categories of
specific places included in this
mtv thorough guide They range
from monuments and historic
residence* to works of art and
kosher eating facilities Postal
and Koppman have co\ered
every facet of Jewish life in
America contemporary and
historic via their "armchair
journey" through the American
Jewish community.
This second of three planned
volumes is of particular interest
to Flondians The section on
Florida is the second largest unit
in the book (following Texas)
There is a very comprehensive
hi-tory of the growth of the
Jewish community in the
Miami Miami Beach area.
Many current Jewish luminaries
in these areas are mentioned and
honored i
Bj Gil SKUAS
JERUSALEM JTAI V
.v political uproar luirsi in Hast
Jerusalem and on the West Hank
after the government notified the
Val.owned East Jerusalem
Electric Co that it Intends to
purchase the utility in one year
Energy Minister Yitzhak Modai
said the decision was purely
technical and was made becau-.
the company has been unable to
serve its customers adeu,uawl>
Hut West Hank leaders and
executives of the company im-
mediately denounced it as a
political move aimed at
tightening Israel s grip on the
territory and vowed to fight it in
the Israeli courts and abroad if
necessary According to the
government s announcement, the
effective date of the purchase will
be Jan 1. 1981 No price was
mentioned.
THE ELECTRIC company is
owned by Arab municipalities on
the West Rank and receives a
stipend from the Jordanian
government although it has
operated under Israeli rule since
1967. It supplies electric power to
Jewish neighborhoods in Fast
Jerusalem as well as to the Arab
sections and to Jewish set-
tlements on the West Bank and
Arab villages. Its concession
extends for a radius of 20 miles,
centered on the Old City of
Jerusalem and it serves about
60.000 customers in all
Hut the rapid growth of Fast
Jerusalem has caused severe
strains There have been frequent
power black-outs and Israeli
The electric com;
\rab municipalities on the
\, i from the -I'orduman
government althounh it
rated under lirm
since liHS7 _______
customer! have accused the
utility <>i deliberately cutting
their electric supplies The
Fnerg> Ministry ha found thos.
accusations to l>e groundless
Nevertheless, it believes that
the company Is unable to fulfill
its functions and cannot COOS
with growing demands Although
it provides two percent of the
electric power produced in Israel,
it has been able to service onl> M)
of the 130 villages within its
franchise temtor\
IF THE purchase is affected.
Israel 'I National Flectric Co will
take over the franchise. The 400
Arab employes reportedly have
been assured that they would
retain their jobs Modai said the
government acted on the basis of
a clause in (he original franchise,
which the British Mandatory
authorities granted to Arab
owners in 1928. that allowed the
British High Commissioner for
Palestine to exercise an option to
purchase the franchise
The government served notice
of its intention on the Utility's
board of directors on Dec 31
Board chairman Anwar
Nusas.beh, a former Jordanian
Defense Minister, convened the
board which promptly rejected
the notice and lodged a formal
protest Nusseibeh said the
decision would be fought bv

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'80 CJA-IEF Opener Due Jan. 24
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intinued from \'ne 1-A
(Subcommittee on Knertfy
fcrch ami Development, a
mmi(tH' which jiasses ,,n
nuclear and conventional
program!
Churth has warned that
mted Stales must not
Be victim in ihi- "Arabized
Department" and has
fur hold, firm action U) re
re Israel that the Unitad
. stands solid!) behind hi-r
efforts to implement the
I ).i\ id an ord with Egypt,
rem.uns the onl) sound
for peace m the Middle
PlK SKNATOR baa
I .i^.utisi a doctrine .1!
emenl in exchange tor
sufficiency which mi^ht
en Israel's position in the
Borne candidates are saying
M t he energy crisis can only be
Bed by chanpriK B>1uldl. last. he said The>
Tt us lo trade Israels
Ireignt) for Arab oiL"
^pmuel I \dler. general cam-
rn chairman of the 19H0 Com
U Jewish Appeal Israel
bgency Fund, has called this
r campaign a landmark in
history as an organized com-
ity truly the campaign
which will set the pace for
ear development of this com-
nty throughout the 1980s."
bis dinner is seeking to
)he the broadest spectrum
ible of the (ireater Miami
IJnh community." said Many
on. chairman of the dinner
ingements committee, and I
happy to report that thecom-
ntv is responding with the
strong support it has
iv 1 shown in the past "
LDLEK URGED all con
tutors to consider a minimum
percent increase over their
9 gift to the campaign in
r t.> relieve real human need
in Miami and Israel at a
w hen worldwide inflation is
only making thai Head mm.
lie.irt felt
idler cited .1 length) list 0!
local, national and worldwide
needa including thoee of Jewish
teenagers in |I,k|, County for
adequate modern, educational.
Ultural and recreational
programs i,, meet the challenges
ol .1 ssimi 1,K1011 and the threats ol
cull groups
He also mint loncd the need to
expand the hotel meals program
which current!) supplies over
1,600 hot kosher meals five days
weakl) .it eight sites and requires
additional facilities to aid man\
eiderl) who cannot afford 1
maintain a proper diet for th-
selves during high inflation 1
periods, or are no longer capali,
ot preparing meals for them
eh m
IN ADDITION, he mid that
the community needs to expand
da) (are facilities tor the elderly
to postpone their institutional
i/at inn and to develop better
housing alternatives for those
elderly living in unsafe, poorly
ventilated buildings
He also cited the need to
maintain and expand social,
educational and recreational
facilities for the mentally and
emotionally handicapped who
require continual care in order to
successfully conquer their
disabilities.
The Jewish community needs
to devote increased attention to
the problem of the Jewish single
parent family," he said "Many
of the children of these families
are currently not provided with
adequate afterschool supervised
activities, and often develop
behavior problems as a result. "
AD1.KR STATED that this
community will require ad-
ditional resources to successfully
absorb a minimum of 675 Soviet
Jewish emigres in 1980 an
increase of 128 over the record
number resettled in 1979. He
mentioned the opening of a
Federation South Dade office
Singer's Portrayal of Women
As Sexual Predators Deplored
II W YORK I B Singers
trayal of females as sexual
lators who poae a threat to
represents a powerful
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)rding to an article in a recent
SB) of l.ihth. the Jewish
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Evelyn Tort on Heck, is associate
professor of comparative
literature and women s studies .it
the Univerait) "t Wisconsin in
Madison
Isaac llashev is Singer sees
the world as essentially male-
centered and clearly views
women .is separate, sub
Bidiar) apart, alien, writes
Beck "He betrays a deep
mistrust. revulUon and hoetilit)
toward women, espiviallv those
who stray in an) waj from their
prescribed roles or cease to
organise their In es around men
WOMEN LIKE Ventl. the
Ycehiva Boy," who are strong.
BSeertive and independent, she
continues. all come to a bad end
and inevitably bring suffering
not onl> on themselves but als>
on those around them
The author also criticises
Singer s distortion of the reality
.it pre war last Kuropean Jewish
life This was a society that
waged a daily struggle for mere
survival she says, not one
obsessed with sex nor one that
associated male lust with
violence toward women, as
Singer does so frequently in his
fiction.
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d Igned to help these families m
that part of the county requiring
communal aid to deal with their
family or emotional problems and
live too tar from other GMJF
beneficiary offices
Them needs, he said, are made
crucial by the effects ,,f double
digit inflation here and even more
s.i m Israel, where 300.000under-
privileged lews must cope with
an economy plagued by an an-
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never made the transition which
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successful!) live in a 20th ren
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By WOLF BLITZER
London Chronical S\ndicate
V\ ASHINGTON Both aw
rich and powerful lawyers, active
Democratic Party politicians and
Jewish, but Robert Strauss and
Sol Linowitz. in action, are like
day and night.
Linowitz does not have
Strauss' bravado or chutzpah He
is a much more soft-spoken
person. And combined with his
previously excellent diplomatic
experience at the State Depart-
ment as Ambassador to the
Organization of American States
and Special Negotiator for the
Panama Canal Treaty. Linowitz
is unlikely to rile Secretary of
State. Cyrus Vance and other
senior State Department of-
ficials, as was the dear case with
Strauss.
STRAUSS, the fast-talking
Texan whose disdain for the
State Department was apparent
from the day he embarked on the
Middle East assignment, has left
the diplomatic arena to head
Carter's reelection campaign. "I
hate to leave the Middle East,
but as most of you know, politics
is my love and I think I'm
reasonably good at i," he told
reporters shortly after Linowitz
agreed to replace him.
In a telephone conversation.
Israel Seeks
Kfir Sales
Continued from Page 1-A
reduction of expenditures by the
Defense Ministry forced it to
dismiss almost all of its tern
porary workers and to shift
others to different departments.
The management is now
considering whether to produce a
second generation combat plane
designed locally or in cooperation
with other countries. IAI would
prefer an all-Israeli plane to
reduce the Air Force's depen-
dence on foreign components. If
the U.S. eases its position on the
sale of Kfirs abroad, the company
would be able to reactivate its
research and development de-
partment which has been all but
shut down in recent years.
Sol Linouitz
Linowitz told me he was looking
forward to his job Under-
standably, he did not want to get
into a discussion of details of the
Palestinain autonomy-
negotiations. He was just
beginning to receive the
necessary briefings.
Significantly. Linowitz was
already spending time in a
seventh floor State Department,
always preferring to work out of
the Old Executive Office
Building next door to the White
House.
STRAUSS DID use the State
Department's press room once to
hold a news conference just prior
to one of his swings through the
Middle East As usual, he
bantered and joked with repor
ters "There was laughter in that
building." he said to me af
terwards at the main diplomatic
entrance. waiting for his
limousine to pull up.
That's probably the first time
they've ever laughed there
That was typical of his entire
attitude toward the State
Department
The former chairman of the
Democratic National Committee
conceded that the feeling was
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probahly mutual Mased on m>
discussions with state Impart
ment officials, it was
LINOWITZ. on the other
hand, will fall much more in line
with the State Department
bureaucracy Unlike Strau-s. he
feels comfortable with them Ha
comes into the Middle Kast
negot mt ions with considerable
diplomatic experience, even if his
particular expertise on the
nuances of the Arab-Israeli
conflict is limited
But Linowitz. a former
president of the Xerox Corp in
Rochester. NY., is described by
long-time associates as having a
brilliant mind. He will quickly
grasp the details
"I personally know Sol
Linowitz well." the Egyptian
Ambassador. Ashraf Ghorbal.
said. "We have had frequent
contacts over the past few years
and ha\e developed a close
tnendship I feel S.I Linowitz has
no bias "
BUT SOME U 8 official- ara
uncertain how the other Arab-
will react tO the second Straight
American .Jew selected for the
k.-\ assignment. These Officials
recall that last July I'resuient
Carter told a few select..!
report- at a White House
dinner that many American
.I,.wish leader- -upp.Tt.Hl hi-
Mlddk Kast policies He cited
two names Robert Strauss and
Sol LinowiU.
Certainly, that type of com
ment does not do much to
strengthen either Strauss or
I.mowiu in the Arab world And
State Iepartment Middle Kast
experts feer that it merely
reinforces Arab suspicions of
I S intentions
Hut they're not denying that
one of the reasons that President
Carter selected Linowitz was
became ol bJi perceived good
relations with the American
Jffwiefa leadership
LINOWITZ is a top notch
diplomat who come?, into the
negotiation* with as much .rout
,i- -straw-- and a- -uch. Carter -
personal determination to punas
the autonom) negotiations is
signalled to everyone m the
Middle la-!
Yet I mow it/ I- a Jew. and that
w,i~ siso an important
qualification tor President Carter
and hi- senior political aide-
I.mow it/ does indeed have
good contacts with many "
American Jewish leaders Indeed.
I would not surprised to see*
Linowitz. assume some of Id ward
Sanders responsibilities San
ders. the White House liaison
with the American Jewish
community has left Washington
to return to Los Angeles and his
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The Price of Our Sacrifices
ra^C 1o'-/\
Untinued from Pa^e 4-A
t>> rcpri'scnt thf ml
^iih- who hn\- sines bsfora
i>- ol the Shrrman anil
pel alwaj wanted everyone
acrifice, except them
I. in ihe cause ol profit i
there, too, were th- likt-s
pre respectable American
limn than Co\ Connally
substantial!) the same
mi hiding the casting ol
nn President Carti-r
t<> boycott the 1980
tii t iemes in Moscow next
[> f\ have since been joined bj
< idividual citizens generally
who see -port- end the arts is
political onl) because thej do
not understand the profound
relationship between politics on
the one hand and sports and the
srts on the other m a doctrinaire
communist world
l'lIKi' DO not understand
thai the President i intended
boycott ol the < >lmpic t iames is
i sr) tut as threatening to the
Soviets as is the embargo on
grain perhaps more so because
th' embargo on grain touches the
Soviet people, not the Soviet
l>o*t'r structure, whereas th-
i U in|in t lames are central to the
Soviet power structure's most
immediate propagandist ic
purpose*
For the American sports
establishment, the word is
^1 >>< "" liu, much as j| was m
Munich in 1972 when the blood ol
II Israeli athletes still ran on the
earth ol the stadium there
No The truth is that no one is
willing to modif) his territorial
a I vantage though the free world
be beset b> one ol the gravest
challenges to its survival since
World War II All ol us have
pruc tag on our commitment to
the principles involved in the
renewed struggle with Moscow
Vs usual, it is politics and
piH'krt Ixioks as usual
\/len Made Jokes
Woman Rabbi Razzed From Pulpit
"ontinued from PflSHJ 1 A
ilt to placa me, .is no one
wants a woman rahlu
IK DECIDED to find
n on her own. and did. in
organizational work, as
>r of college youth ac-
< for the I mini Jewish
1
bi Bernstein reported that
f the spvml problems she
as a woman rahlu swkinj; a
was that while her
d. M-ekintf a solo practice
hvsuian. could go almost
here it was abundantly
" that we would not be fret'
ve around in the future'
hi w as m a pulpit
reported that she and her
nd were interested in a
in an area acceptable to
but that she received no
I in finding one from the
^gul Conference of American
is. the associ.it ion of Reform
Oguea She wrote she was
hat she would "never Im>
> find a pulpit post
E DECLARED that she
found the position at
^> < Beth Sholom, when the
I almost tvso Mars Several
tided
all\ \\ hen she found she
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target of constant 'attache'
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described at 'alwayi ir the
best of fun' and jokes about
her pretence at a rabbinical
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the attertion that the only
reason you are here is beCOUtt
you n ant to find a mate '
was pregnant for a third time she
and her husband ''hottest!) felt
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future was a.s important for the
future of Judaism as my staying
in the pulpit. partly because
there were many things about
the system' I did not like
Immediately after her child
was bora, she deckled "to fulfill
another of m> mans dreams
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licgjn to teach aociolog)
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plans to begin teaching a series r>|
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school with about 200 .Jewish
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She added. I am going to
teach a course on the Holocaust
next sear, something that has
never before been offered
Rabbi Bernstein is also seeking
a doctorate in sociology, but my
'rabbinic' activities have not
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hasurah. I am trying to set up a
program in conjunction with a
hospital that would tram hospital
chaplains
SHE iVDDED she was a
member ol a Women in Ministry
group of female clergs who meet
regular!) to discuss burning
issues
"In addition, I am on call as
chaplain at two hospitals and am
the Jewish chaplain for the San
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Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT
Civil Action No. r* 1*904 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARCO A RAMIREZ.
ivtltloner.
and
ERNA RAMIREZ,
Respondent
TO ERNA RAMIREZ
14C2-36CO 3.
Guatemala.
Central America
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOT.
F1ED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
LAWRENCE M SHOOT,
ESvj attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is SOOO Blscayne
Blvd.. Suite 310, Miami,
Florida, ISA 33137. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before January 25. 1980. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 18th day of
December. 1079
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Lawrence M Shoot. Esq
3000 Blscayne Blvd No.31B
Miami. Florida 33137
Telephone {SOB > 573-5010
Attorney for Petitioner
08344 Dec 21.28. 1079;
Jan. 4.11 1980
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"TICK 19 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
ui r the fictitious name PED
Ct DISCOUNT DRUQ8
,i ,i PEDOO at .130 Lincoln
Ro il. Miami Beach Kla 33139
int. rula to register said name
th Clerk ol the Circuit
Courl "I I Mile County Florida
PEIXX) DISCOUNT
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.i Florida corporation
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,'h Mandler, Smith
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rtixi Fried I' A
nil Lincoln Road
il Bea< h Fla HISS
"- lan 4 II l(v 25 19MI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 79-17HSFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
SANDRA COOK
Petitioner
vs
PHII .LIP COOK
Respondent
TO PHILLIP COOK
EdlflcioEICortljo
Reforms
Local 11-C
Enterplso
Ave Reforms 02 18
Zona 9
Guatemala
YOl 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. I
any to It on DANIE1
GALLl'P. plaintiff's attorney
whose address la 2356 Salxedc
Street Suite 309. 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
-lie relief demanded In thi
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and th
seal of this court on Decembei
28th. 1979
1 'IIARDP BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08870 Jan. 4.11. 18, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 7V-MS7
IN RE ESTATE OF
Helen Adler a k a.
hV ill hi Struier and
H-len Strurer Adlor
I ,.., eased
notice or
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
PIED that the adminutratloi
of the estate of Helen Adler
deceased, late of Dade County
Florida. File Number 788B2
is pending In the Circuit Court
in and for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 3rd Floor,
fade County Courthouse 78
West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130 The personal
representative of this estate Is
Murray Cohen, whose address
Il II Hammond SI Montlcello.
\ v 11701 The name and
addrosa ol the attorney for the
personal representative are set
forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST Pl'B
[RATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state
i.ient of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due. the date when It will
become due shall be stated If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk of the above styled
court 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 OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedent's will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
this 27 day of December. 1979
Murray Cohen
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Helen Adler
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 4th
day of January 1980
Frederick Zeiger
Of I at Offices of
S/ Zciger
MOSS Dixie Highway
Suite .104'
Miami. Florida 33143
(_ Telephone I SOS I 866 2801
IttOTIMJ For
Personal Representative
Jan. 4.11. 19MI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cast No. 79-11S17 (02)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
ANDREW JOHN LANAHAN
Petitioner
and MARY LAN A HAN.
Respondent
TO MARY LAN AHAN
460 Old Town Road
Port Jefferson Station
Apartment 2F
University Gardens
Long 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 Petitioners
Attorney. JOHN J OALLA
CHER, whose address is 1464
NW 17 Avenue. Miami. Florida
33126. and filed the original
with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before this
1st day of February. 1080. or a
Default will be entered against
you
DATED this 21 day of
December. 1070
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By Karteen Preece
Deputy Clerk
08380 Dec 28,1070.
Jan 4. 11. 18. 1080
AFFIDAVIT L" DE R
FICTITIOUS ME
STATUi'
ST TE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DAD I n
The uno>
intention
undi ma
buslm m enti pi I* Uw
fictitious nams ol N rER
NATION II H v. m ING
locali 'rtv
in the I II) Ol Hiaieu" Dade
'
Tl interested In
.tin! the sxtonl ol
the I each is as
I
RAFAEI OONZA1
1IH NW 47 Ave
Miami fi. IS13S
iv u Dot SB, 1979.
Jan 4. n. IS, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
| I n business
under the fictitious name IRV
IM1T RECORDS at 918 Bis
rayne Building. Miami
Florida 33130 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Irving M Wolf!
Irving Mark Wolff P A
Attorney for Applicant
916 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
08356 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. 7? I2S40
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
DONNAK ALVAREZ
Petitioner Wife
and
ANGEL R ALVAREZ.
Respondent Husband
TO ANGELR
ALVAREZ
Residence address
unknown
Vet ARE HEREBY NOT1
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and yoi.
are required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses. If any. tc
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 110-B. Miami FI
33169. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
' on or before January 26
19MI. 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 o
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) Karleen Preece
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
BSJ Drc 21.28. 1979.
'n 11 19H0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7* 1M70
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage
i- R tNClSCO FERNANDEZ
Husband
and
BRJGIDACO\ ADONGA
FERNANDEZ
Wife
TO Hngida Covadonga
Fernandei
Cabt-zon de la Sal
Sanlander. Spain
IfOI ARE HEREBY NOTl
FIED that an action for Dis
hi ol Marnage has been
file"! against you and you are
required to serve a opy of your
written defenses If any to It on
ALBERT I. CAHRIOAHTE
P \ attorney lor Petitioner
whOM address is 2491 NW 7th
Street Miami Florida .1.1125
.md file the original with the
i lerk of the above styled court
on or before Feb 1 ISM. Other
* a default will be entered
against you lOf the relief de
mantled in the complaint or
ion
Tin .11 he published
u I a sell for four on
in thi-: jew
ISHFLORID] \n
witness m> Hand and the
MB] of said court at Miami
Florida on this 20 da'.
I >.-. ember 1970
RICHARD)1 BRINKER
A> < "1. rk i Sri Ull Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Cm uit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carrlcarte. PA
.'491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Tel 13061640 7017
Attorney for Petitioner
"8356 Dec 28. 1070.
Jan 4 11 is. 1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 7t ISS14 ( FC)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marrlageof
MICHAEL LANGSHAW.
Petitioner Husband.
and
PHYLLIS LANGSHAW
Respondent Wife
PO PHYLLIS LANC.SHAW
Southwest
164 Terrace
Miami. FI. 33157
TO! M FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any to
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner WHOM
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street Suite 110-B Miami FL
33169. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February l
1980 otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition <
WITNESS m> hand and the
-eai of laid ourt at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of
I>ecember 1970
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Karleen Preece
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
08350 I>ec 28. 1070.
Jan 4. 11.18. 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
rig to engage in business
under the fictitious name
MEDICAI SERVICI I
Cl Nil R a! 005 Interama
evard North Miami
Beat h I >aiv County Florida
intends to register said
name w ilh the (lerk of the Or
cult Court of Dade Count}
Florida
JOSH) AI.
STERN BERG M D P A
B) JOSHUAL
I RNBERG Corporate
I
Joshua I. Stemberj
President 10 pen enl Owner
MORTON B /.EM El
MtonM
IS i. Sternberg.
Mil \
I ill
16666 NE 10th Avenue
North v
Florida 33162
Telephone 3tl5 949 4-
08367 I 'e, j. |B7t
Jaii 4 II 1- 10mi
AFFIOAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY < iF DADE. as
The undersigned, under oath.
It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise pursuant to
Florida Statutes 865 00 The flc
titmus name is QUEENS
APARTMENTS located at 1756
Washington Avenue in the City
of Miami Beach Dade County.
Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise, and the extent of
the interest of each. Is as
follows
MAURICE WERNER
'"i p. t undivided interest
LILLIAN WERNER
50 pit undivided interest
uh347 Dec 28. 1079.
Jan 4 11 IS, 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the underv,
. sjae in business
under the fictitious name
BLI EBIRD GARDENS at 5*i
NWH iml Fla intend
reflate! said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
. ideO intj 1- lorida
n w Y GOLDFLI SS
'>w ner
r RANK NATALE
Owner
Mortimers Cohen
Attorney for Applicants
Miami Fla
08335 Dr. 21 28 1070.
Jan 4. 11 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
'.DEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names
Sheldon I.evlne d b a Handy
Dandy, at 8740 SW :i, Terrace
Miami. Fla 33165 intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Orcult Court of
Dade County, Florida
Sheldon Levlne Owner
"8362 Jan 4. n. 18 26 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 79 14)41 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
MAN! EL J MARTINEZ
Petitioner
vs
AMADA MARTINEZ
Respondent
TO AMADA MARTINEZ
41 W 04th Street
I-os Angeles
California
YOl ARE NOTIFIED thai
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 if
any to It on DANIEL
GALLUP ESQ., plaintiff,
attorney whose address is 2365
Salzedo Street. Suite 300 Coral
>..,!.,., Florida 33134 on or
before 25th January. 1080 and
file the original with the cjerk
of this court either before ,
service on plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the
plaint or petition
WITNESS mi hand and the
seal of this court
1 i. ..mber 1079
Richard p BRINKER
urt
Hi Karleen p..
AaDeput) Clerk
'":a'i Dai II SS, 1070.
Jan 4 11 isMO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 15571
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
- \NI'I \ H ERTES Petitioner
and
\NA A
RiH VI Z./.O ResfKN
T<> SI SANA \
ROCC1 zzo
dalle SS No imi
Entre 18} l*
Im Plata Buenos Aires
Argentina 1900
South America
soi IRE HE ill BY NOT]
FIED thai an action for Dls
I Marriage has been
file.l against you and you are
. earopy of your
written defenses if any to It on
BENNETT D Fl LTV ESQ
at tome) for Petitioner whose
address is 619 SW 12th Avenue
Miami Florida and file the
. Ml >llh the clerk of the
. it) lei I ourt on or before
IS* .therwis* a
i. :., ill will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
unplaint or petition
This notice shall be published
sactl SOCUtlVf weeks In THE
I I I OKIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 19 da> of
Ita-rember 1970
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk Clf-CUlt Court
Dade Count) Florida
B) Karleen Pratal
As I leputv Clerk
Circuit Court Seal'
OK349 De, M 1979
Jan 4 11 1 19*1'
com
M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
N that the un.l
'linage in business
under the fit titious name
ENECIA OPTICAL LAB a*
\-' Miami Kla
intend to register said
"'"'" *lth the Clerk of the
urt of Dade County
Florida
Cesar M c.iraaa
Manuel De Torn
OEMS ,,,., H 187B
Jan 1 11 | I980|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the under...,
rteUrlna to engage in business
i i the fictitious name nil
DENT1 Rl SHOP at 220 23rd
Shop No l Miami
Beat h r la ISISS intends to
name e/lth the
Clerk ,* the ( irt of
taunt) Florida
ANACRYLDENTAL
PRODI CTl lnc
Dec 28 ,B79.
Jan 4. n i- igtui
INTME CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7*1)477 ( FC)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl
The m
FREDDIE I GREER
Uooar Husband
BETH GREER
Respondent VS fl
PO BETTY GRI ER
Sew Havel
>'. BSlt
vRI HI Rl Bl
ny.i > u .,
Dissolution of Marnage has
filed aealnl >ii ai

'.rm p. ii ui
* ~.
. .
Suite llo-B M
I-lornia .-.mow i,.
I arlth thi
. i : urt
..t win he entered i
for the relief ,le:
pis petition
ATTNES9 hand ami the
I aid i Honda uei this 19 da\
De. ember, 1979
KIOURD p BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Fionda
B) Karleen Praece
As Deputy (lerk
1 'In uit Court Seal 1
"?35" Dei 28 ||T0
Jan 4. 11 is iswo
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No TV 17110 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marrlageof
ARM IN EDMINDOopITZ
Husband
and
ANTONIETA ACE\ EDO
BUAREZOPrTZ
Wife
TO AntomeU Arevedo
Suarez Opiti
LfUUar No 1760
Santiago Chile
YOl ARE HERFHY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolulkin of Marnage has.
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
V'ur written defenses If any to
II on A1.HERT 1. CARKI
< ART>: p a attorney for
Petitioner whose address u
MS] NW :th Street Miami
Honda 33126 and file the
al with the clerk of the
above styled turlan or before
.ar> I 19K0 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
One* each week for four
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
>f said court at Miami '
Honda on this 77 da.
1 >e, smbei 1079
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Fionda
in lota Reave
As Deputy Clerk
iCinuit Court Seal 1
Albert 1. Carrharte H A
.'491 NW TthStre.;
Miami Floridai
Tel 1 SOS 640 791T
Attorney for Petitioner
8364 Jen 4. II. IS. SB. ISBOi
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE II TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
e-tlSBI
NOTICE OF SUIT
Fl OKENOE ROLLS
gla sromaa.
Plan.tiff
\ S
WILLIE MAE ROLLE kND
rHi i NKNOWN I1EIIC* AT
VVS DEVISEES AS
\ND SUCCE8
;i \NY AND AU 1 N
KNoWN PERSONS CLMM
ING VN1 INTEREST IIY
riU'.ol Ull OR I NDER ANY
OF THE DEFENDANT
. ;\ Mr P. HEIRS DE
r- v.'SUAKKS AND
OF THE
BO\ F. NAMED DF.FEN
; \n i
I >efen.lants
TO
THE DEFENDANT
WILLIE MAF ROLLE
LND ro THE 1 NKNOWN
HEIRS AT LAW DE
\isees ASSIGNEES
AND SI O'ESSoRS IF
\N1 AND ALL IN
KNOWN PERSONS
CLAIMING ANY INTER
EST BY nilli'liill or
1 NDER THE AH<>\ E
NAMED Dr FENDANT
HEREIN HER HEIRS
DEVI -r ES aJSSIGNEES
AND SI OTSsUrLI IF
\NY
WIU.IE MAE ROLLS
Residence t nfcnown
NAMES OF AIJ. IN
KNOWN HEIRS AT LAW
1 r \ ISr ES ASSIGNEES
\NI SI IX'E.SSORS IF
VN1,
I I nknown
YOt ARE HEREBY noti
FIE1 > that a suit guiet Title
".tiering the following de
I propi tuated in
1 >adi 'our.Is r lorida to wit
. Bl ni iih:
1 \kk according v the
,: thereol a_ m-nrdrd in
Plat iv.* vi at Page SO of
*de
Daunt) Florida a k a
ltd Court
. and
squired to ser\e a
r uten defenaae
N II PAL
! y 1 RSAfl IRE A!t..me> for
' 7th
ids S31
' e 1 It d.i .
'- and file Ihe
-..... I this
* before vn u e
illemej or im
"eafter other
- '.. entered
'he relief
Url Complaint
AITNESc and
l al Miami Dade
> on this X day
'79
ird I llrlnker Oerk
. fthai
M I Hartnett
; it) Clerk
De. SS 1979
t II ; 1 an 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Cats No n 1)4})
iDiv !)
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN PHE MATTER or
no. ADDITION ol
FEMALI
\ M
HARDY 1. 'II ICE
Resideni e I nfcnown
ARE HEREBY Nirri
FIED 'ha! a Petition for Adop
a hern filed against ynj
rou are required to serve a
.it wntten defenaae
"ii Kw line) Kroop
* Bchaknberi PA attorney
' a hoar address I.
U Lincoln Road. Miami
Bea Fionda 331 and Hie
the onginal witn tne clerk of
'.he aou\e st> led court on or
before Feb 1 isao otherwise a
default will be entered against
r the relief demanded in
the omplaint or petition
This not ire shall be published
Ottce each week for fisjr con '
e weeks in THE JEW
ISH FIxmrDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
eMl of W|<] court at Miami
la on this 19 day of
I 'e. ember i97
RICHARDP MR1NKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Fionda
B) Willie Hradahaw Jr
V" Deput) nerk
ol Court SeaD
KWITNEY KRiMip.
HEINBERa P A
RoetfSulteBlS
Miami Beach Fionda 331 St
B 53* 737S
Dm BJ
Jan 4 11 is, laej
UN0TW
NOTIC
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
IS HBRSB1
OIVEN that the undersigned
Irsinng to engage In bualneas
'. titious name M 11
MAQAZINI INTER
NACIONAL at ls Collins
Miami Beach,
r la intends to register said
wltl lhe> nerk of the
' rl nt Dade County
la
Lulsi) Arglbay Owner
.1 1979
'an 4 11. 1BB0


ndelsohn Ousted
Justice Shakes Up Nazi- Hunters
Continued from Page I A
rhn is in his 30a. was associated with
>n attorney Edward Bennett Williams,
been a law clerk for U.S. Associate
I Court Justice Byron White.
{D ABOUT the 37 year-old Mendelsohns
[Rockier said that the former deputy
[had been offered "certain options" by the
[Department but had not yet made his
pvhile. many of those involved in urging
imment to seek and deport Nazis now
in the U.S. appeared upset by Men-
IB removal There were reports that
It Attorney General Philip Heymann.
i charge of the criminal division, replaced
jhn because of a personality clash
the deputy director and Rockier. It was
that there was "no issue of any sub-
dividing them.
Elizabeth Holtzman (D. N.Y.I, chair-
Df the House Judiciary Subcommittee on
ition. Refugees and International Law.
been leading the efforts to have the
lent more vigorously pursue alleged war
said she had told Attorney General
Benjamin Civiletti that she was strongly opposed
to Mendelsohn's removal
"TO REMOVE him would seriously impair the
effective functioning of the office and would send
the wrong signals to the Federal courts and U>
foreign governments, which would see this as a
sign that the US is not really serious about these
cases," she said.
The Harvard Jewish Law Students Association
sent a milligram to President Carter. Civiletti and
Heymann expressing its "outrage" at Men-
delsohn's ouster Allen Wieder, the student
MOCiaUoft'a president, declared that the group
has "monitored'' the OSI and "what has been
accomplished to date is largely a reflection of Mr.
Mendelsohn's skill. stamina and
professionalism."
Wieder charged that "the loss of the litigation
and management skills which Martin Mendelsohn
has brought to his government service would
severely impede OSI's progress when combined
with the resultant destruction of the international
goodwill which he has so carefully cultivated. His
departure would almost surely cause a significant
diminution in the pace of investigations. Time has
been the Nazis' ally for too long, and additional
delays can be ill-afforded."
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7 Women Have Mass Bas Mitzvah
aued from Page 1 -A
rork.
thole experience was
List field, who is
lland Park. N J said
really great. These
jdied hard because they
lie am."
EFFORTS recalled
example aet by Rabbi
aid. He explained to
[early in its work that
liba. a ahepherd in
in the First Century.
40 years old when he
idying the Aleph Bet
when his son went to
ultimately, he became
>st scholar of his time
lid the women join the
class? "My children got a fine
Jewish education and I said,
why should they know more
than I?' was the response of
FsteJle Jacobs, one of the
students
Pointing out "it's not just
another class." Sylvia Fogelman.
a part time receptionist and
bookkeeper, said she joined it
partly because it was a challenge
but also because she wants to
participate in synagogue ser-
vices.
ROSS SAID she wanted to
know more about Judaism to
help keep her family members
informed about their heritage
Her husband is a I' S Foreign
Service officer and the family.
being transferred frequently from
one country to another, finds it
difficult to obtain opportunities
for Jewish studies.
List field said almost all the
women will continue their studies
and that another class ready to
start will include at least one man
who did not have a Bar Mitzvah.
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CUEST OF HONOR
HAIM JOSEPH ZADOK
As Israel's Minister ol Justice from 1974-1977. Haim
Joseph Zadok also served as a member of the Minister
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Greetings
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At Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt
Hw South Florida larat.
inda Organization will conduct
Passover Seder, March 31 al
i in.,i Pyramid In Cairo,
rhia historic iirsi b) an
.. ad lah bod) ill be the
ighlight ol a two week
Bl ion 10 l-rai'l and I- gj p|
will depart Miami on
According to Milton M
itive director ol the
South Florida Israel Bonds
i/alion. the Israel and
iourna) will l- an
emotional .n\<\ educational ax
perience tor all part icipant a
\nt only will we see Israel m
all its gior) and meet with top
level government represen-
tatives, but we will alao visit
Egypt, the land from which
forefathers began their biblical
Irak to the promised land
PARSON SAID that major
point- ol Jewish interest will be
visited in < airo, in addition to the
unique experieni e ol holding .1
Passovi Seder outdoors al the
"i the Great Pyramid It is
symbolic that wr should hold our
Seder at the sight where our
lewish brethren were held in
bondage, thousand- ol years
ago, he noted
"It is intended to recraati
close!) as possible, .1 Passover
Seder which would have been
celebrated by the Jewish peoph
after the time when the) con
strutted the Pyramids.' Parson
add.'d
rhe Israel Bonds Delegation to
Israel and Egypt will dep
Miami on Mar, h 18 for two
weaki \t this time, it is phi-
i" spend five nights m Jerusak
nights m Tel Avh and
nights in Cairo at five stai
deluxe hotels All breakfasts
dinners will !* included, as will
seeing and a host ol extras
Further information ma) be
obtained at the Israel Bond office
al the Rone) Plaza on Miami
Beach
Israel Histadrut Foundation
Slates Yiddish Event
I he Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation 1 IMF), in conjunction with
Coordinating Committee of
I "i iddish Cultural Croups, will
tost a Yiddish recaption on
ty, Jan. 18, at lO.'tOam at
Konovai Motel m Miami
ich.
1 hi.st speaker at the hrunch
I Mill be Joseph Mlolek of New
"i>rk. national educational
r of the Workmen s Circle.
theme will !* "TheGolden
n "t N iddiah Culture
Vllotek also mil f>e received b)
"t the Yiddish cultural
vi-merit in other areas of South
orida according to Moms
I -her former national assistant
secretary of the Farband who is
- rv ing as chairman of the
committee welcoming Mlotek to
: he area
Mlotek. author and contributor
Jewish Daily Forward, is
1 chairman of the World
i for Yiddish and Yiddish
ilture in Israel and editor of
and Life, publication of
Workmen* Circle
"in this occasion the Histadrut
ition is launching a
. am to establish a special
n the amount of $aiXi.ix>
th- preservation of Dm
Kail 11'h>> Golden
/>., OoUane Km is the
I rlv literary muKa/im>
d b) Histadrut in Israel,
by Avraham Sut/kever
Mso included in t he
'ribution of monies from this
fund Mill ba two other
Ush publications, the weekly
' igazine > iddtahar Kan
ted t>v Mordwai Striker, and
f, publish*-*! by the.lewish
iltural Congress ami edited b\
^Temple Judea Sisterhood
Honors Helen D. Cohen
I or jt years ol s,-r\ ice to
lemple Judea. executive
:::: director Helen I) Cohen was
gr&to be honored l>\ Sisterhood
:v:y.it a luncheon Jan in
:v':x' Mn ( ohen ioined the
wxtemple a- a secretary in the
::: nursery school when it was
:::: started in 1952 at the
jlgjjjoriginal building on Palermo
\ \\ emu inCoi al (tables She
&: moved up to bookkeeper m
gv'ithe temple office, then wai
::: appointed exai utive director
:::: in 1966 when Temple Judea
v'xj moved to us present location
:g: at 5500Granada Blvd.
Sisterhood president
Laurel Shapiro announce,!.
Kven before Helen in
:::;::dicatad she planned to retire
:<: in I960, she was the com
:::: mittae's unanimous choice
x.:: for this years honors lun-
::: cheon."
::::: The committee consisted

Horwich and I'aul Lev)
Eleanor K ich man. Adah ;i|:;i|:
latter. Barbara (ioodman. ::$:
Carol Goldenblank, Mary:*:3
Ellen Peyton, (ireta Munach vi:
and Darla Schwartz :-:-::::
/'isA
Chaim Bex and J Hirshhaut
Dr Sol Stein, national IMF
president, will elalxirate on the
details of this sp*-ial fund raising
effort for the preservation of the
(iolden Chain of Yiddish culture.
which will be headed b) Morris
Friedman ol I>etroit and Miami
Beach and Shimon Deitch of
Chicago and Miami Beach
Among the leaders or the
Histadrut Foundation and the
Yiddish cultural movement
Joaeph Mlotek
participating are Moe l.evin.
Max (ileiberman. Moshe Becker.
Moshe I.ange. Mendel Kothman.
Sam Berke. Joseph Bernhaut.
Miriam (I infold. Sam Freed.
Sarah Kaufman. Pauline Pollack.
I H Goldberg, Citel Kahn.
Isidore Hammer. Viola Freed and
Louifl I.e\ me
The Jan 13 reception is one
of the many Yiddish activities
which are a division of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation activities
in Miami Beach
Hi -
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Accountants Division
Hebrew Academy Offers
Series of Six Lectures
Beginning Jan 29, the South
Hade Hebrew Academy will
present the first in .1 stii's of
lectures given b) Kabbi Yoeef
Kubenstcin. principal of the
">mg over last minute plans for a Yiddish reception Sunday
fan 13) at the Konover Hotel are (from left) Shimon Deitch,
poms fisher and Morris Friedman. Fisher is chairman of the
Wvmmittee for Sundays event, which will welcome to Miami
9*-acn Joseph Mlotek of New York, national educational
Vrvctor of the Workmen's Circle. Deitch and Friedman are co-
"airmen of a special fund-raising effort being undertaken by
Israel Histadrut Foundation for the preservation of the
>( kJewislh Floridian
^mi. Florida Friday. January 11. 1980
SFCTION B
Vcadem) and a prat-tiring
tamilv -and-marriage counselor
The Classes, open tO the public,
will encourage class participation
and discussion in an informal
at mosphere
Participants will explore wavs
the Bible and modern psychology
1 ,m enhance their daily lives The
lacl urea are
Thursday, Fab 7 laving and
Loving A relevant guide for the
enhancement ol lite through
Biblical exploration and
psychological insight
Tuesday. Feb. 7 Living and
Loving Part II. An overview of
Transactional Analysis and its
applications for today with a
comparison of Biblical thought
with Transactional Analysis.
Tuesday. Feb 1*2 Ethics of
our Fathers. The wisdom of our
sages with relevant applications
to all of us.
Tuesday. Feb. 19 Fthics of
our Fathers. Part II.
Tuesday. Feb 26 The
Talmud Today: Selections from
the Talmud for this generation.
Tuesday. March 4 Your
Turn Discussion of topics
elected by the group
Qaaaaa are at 8 p.m. at the
South Dada Hebrew Academv.
11801 SW 74th Ave Miami
Registration will be at the first
class There is a one-time fee of $8
per person. $ 10 per couple
Alv in I. Brown, chairman of
the Accountants Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1 960 Combined Jew
ish Appeal Israel Fmergencv
Fund campaign, has announced
the appointment of his cabinet of
vice chairmen to assist him this
\ i,n
Albert J Bear, Lawrence II
Blum. Stanlev I. (Chen. Don
Dorra. I i.ivhI ( ,.irt, Gary (ierson.
Stanley H Gettis, Jeffrey I
Gilbnan Michael B Goldstein,
Barrv I- Hersh, Glenn Lapides,
Gerald J Neas, Barbara Raskin,
Carol Rosin, Barrv Ross, and
Paul Safer will participate in the
leadership ol the div ision s
campaign
The Combined Jewish \ppeal-
Israel Emergenc) Fund h,
support over 50 social service
agencies, locally, national!) and
around the world
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations campaign
opening dinner arrangements committee met recently to
discuss plans for the Jan 24 premier event of the 1980 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
C becking over the agenda for Jan. 24 are "(left to right I Jack H
Levme, president, young adults division; Jeffrey L. Lefcourt.
chairman, T' division; Allan Yarkin, vice chairman. "7"'
division, and Marcy Lefton, chairman, campaign opening din-
ner arrangements committee. U.S. Senator Frank Church will
be the keynote speaker at the dinner, to be held at the Fon-
tainebleau-Hilton Hotel on Miami Beach. A minimum commit-
ment of SI.000 to the 1980 CJA-IEF campaign is required to
attend.


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/srae/ o/i Irving and Rose Goading
WINSTON TOWERS 300
For their concern and devotion
x> the economic support of the
State of Israel, the residents of
Winston Towers 300 will be
recipients of Israel's Solidarity
Award to be presented at a
Salute to Israel scheduled
Wednesday. Jan. 23. at 8 p.m. in
the Winston Towers 300
Auditorium. The event is
sponsored by the Winston
Towers 300 Israel Bonds
Committee.
Henny Nortman and Edward
Sattin are chairmen of the event,
and they lauded the residents of
the 300 building for their con-
tinued support of Israel and
noted that in these times of crisis,
that support must be reinforced.
The American Jewish folk
humorist. Eddie Schaffer will be
the guest entertainer at the
Salute to Israel.
Cuban Hebrew
Cantor Named
Aron Kelton,]
president of the,
Cuban Hebrew
Congregation,
Miami Beach,
has announced
that Cantor Ja-
cob E. Tambor
has been engaged
as yearly cantor. Cantor Tambor
Tambor has been affiliated
with Temple Beth Zion. Brook-
line. Mass.. for 15 years, and
prior to that at the Concourse
Center of Israel. Bronx, NY., for
five years
Temple Israel Series
Thomas Friedmann. assistant
professor of English at Onondaga
Community College. Syracuse.
\ "1 will discuss 'The Relati\.
JewishMM of Bellow. Malamud
and Roth' at the Greenfield
Lecture Series at Temple Israel
Oil Sunday at 10 a.m.
Shalom(i Hadassah
Shaloma Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its regular luncheon
meeting at the Delano Hotel.
Miami Beach, on Monday, Jan.
14. at noon.
EASTERN SHORES
A Night in Israel is scheduled
by the residents of the Eastern
Shores White House on
Saturday. Jan. 19. at 8 p.m. in
the recreation hall. The evening is
sponsored by the State of Israel
Bonds Organization, and Milton
and Hilda Rudolph have been
selected to receive Israel's
Generation Award.
Long involved in communal
affairs, the Rudolphs are
volunteers in the justice system
of the Juvenile Court of Florida
and have been diligent workers
for Israel Bonds and UJA
campaigns.
Rudolph is a member of B'nai
B'rith and is president of the
White House Condominium
Mrs. Rudolph is a member of
ORTand Hadassah.
Humorist Eddie Schaffer will
be guest entertainer. Cele
Dobuler is chairperson.
BELLE PLAZA
Irving and Rose Gooding have
been selected to receive Israel s
Generation Award at a Night in
Israel to be held in the Belle
Plaza. Tuesday. Jan 82, at I M
p.m. in the recreation room
Recognizing their long in-
volvement in Jewish communal
affairs, the award will be
presented to the Goodings at the
event sponsored hy the Israel
Bonds Organization
The Goodings have been active
participants in the affairs of
American Jewish Congress
Hadassah. ORT. Council of
Jewish Women. Pioneer Women.
B'nai B'rith. UJA. Techmon
Society and the I'nited Way
Special guest speaker will be
Tom Cohen, a Jewish communal
leader in New York and in
Broward County Chairmen of
the event are Dr Bernard W
Smith and Dr Michael Sossin
tdent* Of the Harbour House met recently to pledge su,
for the economic growth of Israel through the State of 1^,1
Bonds program Discussing the needs in the Jeuish Star,-and
m-u projects underway with Israel Bonds money are tfromileft).
I)r Philip H Simon; Samuel Kline; Robert Mayer h.vans,
broadcaster and Mideast expert. Albert Crandberg and
Herman Oberman
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Zvi Ba-gad to Address Vets Group
The Abe Horrowitz Post and
Auxiliary 682. Jewish War
Veterans, were to hold a joint
meeting Thursday. Jan. 1". at 8
p.m
Speaker was to be Zvi Ba-gad
of Israel. His talk was to be
illustrated with a film presen-
tation portraying the conditions
that exist in Israel.
Ba-gad is a third generation
Israeli, bom in Jerusalem Nov. 9
1928. He was educated in Israel
and in London He saw military
service in various capacities in
the Israeli Army from May 1948
to January 1951
After leaving the Army, he was
secretarv in the Israeli Consulate
in Johannesburg. South Africa,
and was connected with the
Ministry of Defense in Geneva.
Switzerland Currently, he is
representing the Israeli concern.
Ampal. in Flrida
Residents of Jade Winds in North Miami Beach gather, -
support of the Israel Bonds Organisation to pledge economic
support for the Jeuish State The Israel Generation Au ard tsw
presented to Dr and Mrs Irving Latter and Mr and Mrt
Harry Rothman in recognition of their many decades of work on
behalf of the State of Israel. From left are: Louis Steinberg, co-
chairman. Dr and Mrs Ixxtter. and Mr and Mrs. Roth.nan
and Robert Singer, chairman of the event
$1.99 Beauty Pageant Set
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation is
celebrating its 25th year with a
"11.99 Beauty Pageant'' and
buffet dinner Sunday. Jan. 13, at
7 p.m. at Beth Torah.
Modeling will be by Dr. Miles
Kuttler. Al Elias. Alan Bostom,
Women's ORT
Overseas Study
MEW YORK Beverly
Minkoff. of Rockville Centre.
\ V the newly elected national
president of Women's American
OKT. will lead an overseas study
mission comprised of ORT
leaders from aCTOSfl the I'nited
States
The mission will depart from
this countr\ on Jan. 23 and
return on Feb. 13
Its members will inspect the
progress mads in ORT schools in
France. Morocco and Italy and
BSSesS the future needs of t!.
progra ns
Dr Arnold Sheir. Dr Roberth
Sheir. Stuart Friedman. Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz, Max
Rothenberg. Alan Mintz and
Barry Gurland.
Beth Torah s Sisterhood is
affiliated with Women's league
for Conservative Judaism, an
organization dedicated to the
perpetuation of traditional
Judaism.
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Violinist, Pianist to Perform4?^S5i&WbLESMZ
At Temple Beth Sholom
I rick Friedman, celebrated
violin virtuoso, and world-re-
nowned pianist Nadia Reisenberg
will appear together in a joint
ita recital presented by
remote Beth Sholom's great
. irmances series on Sunday.
Jan 20 at 8:30 p.m. in the
rempte'l mam sanctuary. Miami
Beech.
i >pening the evening with
Brahms' Sonata (or Violin and
Piano No S in I) minor. Dp. ll)S.
the duo will follow with Strauss
s, tata "i B Hat for Violin and
P mo Op IS
I'he program's second half will
(tevotad entirely to Franck's
m in A Major
Having recently celebrated the
-"th anniversary of his concert
MT, Friedman continues to
excite audiences with his un
traditional style and hair-raising
let hnical prowess.
BEGINNING HIS formal
violin studies at age ten with
In an Gatemtefl at Juilliard.
I i dman went on to study with
Jim ha Meifit/ with whom he
later recorded Bach's Double
l 1 ( \>m erto for RCA.
! hiring his years of study.
lr.'iinvan also worked closely
with Nathan Milstein both in
America and abroad.
(iuest soloist with most of the
great American orchestras.
I nedman has also appeared with
i Berlin Philharmonic, the Or
Ira de Puns and other major
hestraa throughout Furope.
South America, Australia. South
Mrica .md the Far Fast
\ mcmlH'r of the piano facult)
(Queens Coltega, the Manual
"i Musk and the JuiOiard
ol, Nadia Reisenberg had
r had bean a student of the
Union's Imperial
1 ttrvatOT) and the Curtis
nstitute of Music in
\adia Reisenberg
Philadelphia
SHE HAS
professor of
I'niversity
California, a
BFFN a visiting
music at the
of Southern
guest lecturer at
New York University and has
held master classes for pianists
and teachers at the Rubin
Academy of Music. Israel
Coordinated by cultural arts
director Judy Drurker. per-
formances are at 8:30 p.m.
Individual tickets from $5 to
American Mi/.rachi Women has
announced its annual mini-con-
vention. All chapters in Florida
will attend.
This year's convention will be
held at the Hebrew Academy.
Miami Beach, on Sunday. Jan
13, at 10a.m.
The gathering will be in-
formative, visual and
educational It will highlight the
work, the future goals and the
projects of the American
Mi/.rachi in Israel.
The mini-convention also will
spotlight the social and
educational services provided to
approximately 9.000 youngsters
and the group's efforts to make
life more meaningful for senior
citizens.
Kegina Wang and Mrs. Charlotte
Roth, with the assistance of a
committee.
All Mizrachi members are
requested to get their tickets at
once from their chapters, or from
the Florida council office.
A Ihix lunch and registration
fee is included in the $5 donation
Seating is limited and reser-
vations should be made
Siegel to Speak
On Wednesday. Jan. 16. at 8
p.m., the Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Am. 5950 North Kendall
Drive, will present Barry Siegel.
who will speak on the topic of
Women and Finance."
For further information, call
the temple office.
Yiddish Poet at Yivo Forum
Erich Friedman
$12.50 are available
Temple office
at the
The Yivo Forum of (ireater
Miami will host the Yiddish poet
from Israel. Hirst) Osherovitch.
at its weekly gathering. Wed-
nesday. Jan. 16. at 8 p.m. at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Osherovitch will speak on his
experiences as a Yiddish poet in
the Soviet Union and Israel.
The reception is sponsored
jointly by the Yivo Forum and
the Coordinating Committee of
clubs ol (ireater
14 Yiddish
Miami.
In 1949. the poet was exiled by
the Soviet Government into a
slave labor camp After seven
>ears at hard labor, he was freed
m 1956 He emigrated to Israel in
1971. where he published seven
volumes In 1977. he was the
recipient of the Manger Literary
Award. He is scheduled to return
to Israel at the beginning of the
vear
Young Israel Sets 'Torah-thon' Qpti-Mrs. Club Sets Fund-Raiser
On Sunday. Jan 13. the junior
youth group of the Young Israel
of (ireater Miami will be par-
ticipating m a Torah-thon." The
Torah-thon is a 10-hour program
in which all the participant- will
! Studying the Bibb and Jewish
philosophy, from Mam to 6 p m
with appropriate breaks \,,r
prayers and meals
The participants range in age
from 7 through 12 Each child has
been given s contribution sheet
and ha- signed up s|M>ns.irs who
will donate monev lor each hour
the youngster studies the Torah
This monej will be used to equip
the youth room in the new-
building of the Young Israel of
Greater Miami, which will be
erected in the near future
\ll sessions will be taught by
experienced rabbis and teachers
of the local community The day
will Ik- highlighted b) a baseball
game, in which the bo> i and girls
will separata into two teams and
answer questions worth either a
single, double, triple or home run.
The program will take place at
the Young Israel of (ireater
Miami. North Miami Beach
The Opti Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach will hold a major fund-
raising affair at the Konover
Hotel on Wednesday. Feb. 6
They will have live musical
entertainment featuring the
Ayalons and prizes will be draw n.
a trip to Israel for 11 days and
nine nights and many other
valuable prizes and surprises.
Overall chairperson is Mrs
Murray Sonnett and ticket chair
person is Mrs Ixiuis Pilzer. who
is taking reservations President
us Mrs Samuel Hirsh
All proceeds to toward
maintaining scholarships for
I emotionally disturbed children of
the Montanan Clinical School in
Hialeah. for the needs of the
children in the Teenage Living
Community and the Children's
and Adolescent Unit of the South
Fkinda State Hospital
Jade Winds Hadassah
Ima Hadassah. Jade Winds
chapter, will meet on Jan 14 at
12:30 p.m. President Lillian
Latter will conduct an audience
participation program entitled:
"What I)o You Think0 in the
Jade Winds Auditorium. 1720
ME 191 St
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Histadrut Foundation Plans
Increased Effort in Florida
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation enters 1980 with the
celebration ol the WHh an-
niversary year of the founding of
Histadrut. Israel's labor
federation, and with Increased
activitiai in support of
Histadrut s s(Hial and welfare
programs
New Histadrut Foundation
programs to provide financial
-upport for the network of health.
welfare and educational in-
stitutions serving the people of
Israe! are being implemented.
according to Dr Sol Stem.
national IHF president
"These fund-raising programs
are vital to the continued flow of
capital to Israel." said Dr. Stein,
and complement outright
chant able contributions and
investments in Israel's
economy."
The Histadrut Foundation has
embarked on a campaign to reach
its goal of an additional 110
million in commitments by
Chanukah, 1980. in the form of
bequests and annuities, and the
national board of directors has
placed additional responsibilities
on the Florida region to meet this
obligation. Dr. Stein said
Hen Zion Steinberg, executive
director of IHF act nun's in
Florida, announced the appoint-
ment of I,ew is Alpert as assistant
director for Florida with the
direct responsibility for
/. /. Alpert
developing new
South Florida.
areas wi
thin
Alpert comes to the Miami
Beach office from the post <'.
executive director of H'nai B nth
in Michigan, where he had served
tor four years
He previously had been with
State of Israel Bonds in New
York State
\ graduate of George
Washington University, he lives
in Kendall with his wife and two
sons
Additional emphasis will be
placed on Broward County and
the 1'alm Beaches, with increased
activities generated bj both the
Miami Beach .mil Hallandale
offices "t the Histadrul r'un
il.it ion
Plans are being finalized t"r
the 14th annual Histadrut
Economic Conference for Isi
on Pah 16-19 at the 1 -'on
tainebleau Hotel, at which time
Jewish communal leaders from
throughout North America.
leaders of the Labor Zionist
movement and representatives of
the State of Israel will gather in
support of the programs of
Histadrut in Israel
Beth Sholom
Library Luncheon
The annual Library Luncheon
of Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami will be
held on Wednesday. Jan 16. at
11 am at the Sisterhood lounge.
Miami Beach, according to an
announcement by Myrna Morris,
sisterhood president
The reception preceding the
luncheon will be held in the
s> hool auditorium
The guest speaker will be
Sarah Heller, who will present
humorous stories and
monologues from The Won-
derful World of Sholom
Meichem
Call the temple office for
reservations The public is in-
vited
Mrt LUUa Kai ey of Port Chester. X Y has been designated:
receive the Solomon Schechter Medal of The.leu ish 7 '">/ofuu
Seminary of America, one of its highest honors, at tAeoaaad
luncheon ofthe Seminars' I National Women's Patron- s
to be held at the Konover Hotel in Miami Beach on \\ rdnttdgt.
Feb. 6 Mrs Kavey it shou n with Dr Gsrsofl l> fa.
celior of the Seminary 'left), and Alan M StfVOek
the executive committee of the Seminary's board,
celebration m the Seminary Sukkah
Jewish Philosophy Taught
Mrs Edith Jacobson,
authontv on Jewish philosophy.
is t he guest instructor ol s sps-ial
course a- part of the North DaoV
Midrasha at the Michael Ann
Russell Jewish Center on
Monday mornings from 10 a m
to noon
The course l>egan on Monday.
.Ian 7
Mrs Jacobson, a graduate of
the University of Miami, has
participated in local and national
special seminars ami workshops
in Bible and Hebrew language
Study She is author of a pam-
phlet on the Book of Genesis and
is complying a monogi l|
modern Jewish thought
She has Nerved as educauoc
man of the Mian.: Bead
chapter of Hsdassah lor whict:
she has conducted iiuiatioiu.
seminars that have attract*
hundreds of partu;,
have featured some ol the Isedaf
Jewish thinker* in \rtiencu
lite In the summer ol 1974 **
let! a studv tout Mj.t
n~.ident s to Israel
Registration for the ,-secic
l>e done at the class
prne is 115, with checks maor
payable to the Centra; Kfn
tor Jewish Fducation
T
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They dream of not being alone.
Kids dream of candy, parties and
piggyback rides.
Teenagers dream of boyfriends,
girlfriends and getting a car.
For young couples, it's the dream
of owning their own home.
Parents dream of happiness and
success for their children.
And today, many of our elderly
dream of not being left alone in
the world. Of not being forsaken
by family. And friends. Of
having enough to eat. A decent
place to sleep. And someone
who cares close by to hold their
hand. Or read them a story. Or
help them get dressed. Or go
to the store for them because
old age is making it so painful to
climb a single flight of stairs.
If you give your time and money
to help the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation help our older
people in need, you not only
become their family and their
friend, you make their dream
come true.
The dream is within reach.
Support the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1980
Combined Jewish Appeal/-^
Israel Emergency Fund. #
4200 Blacavn* Boulevard. Miami. Florida 33137 **
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Membership Lunch
For Pioneer Women
Prof, Gabriel Warburg, former
Lector of Haifa University in
Israel and a long time leader of
It hi kibbutz movement in the
I. w i-h state, will be the principal
speaker at the annual mem-
Ktership luncheon of the Pioneer
|\\.>men Council of South Florida
[Monday. Jan. 14. at noon in the
|I>. .himIU' Hotel in Miami lleach.
Reservations for the event.
[which is open to the public, may
Lbc -cured at the offices of the
(Pioneer Women Council.
Prol Warburg, a visiting
I ifeaaor at the University of
'' imi (inter for Advanced
International Studies. will
1 isi the < uirent crises in
r anistan and Iran and their
relations to the Arab Israeli
[| H >n
The luncheon is a highlight of a
fcimnth lung member-hip drive by
ir ben i't more than 2fi Pioneer
Women chapters and clubs in
|l uie .mil Mroward counties
Kinneret Chapter ol PlODMI
iomen will imm Sunday, -Ian
.it noon in the civic
iditorium ol Washington
ivings and I.oan Association.
Normandy Drive. Miami
|i. ,ii h
.irnet Green, presidenl of the
Women Council ol South
p-lorida and national vice
>n sident of the American Zionist
deration, will be the guest
1 eakei She will discUM the
rial convention ol Pioneer
I* men held in Israel in
mber, attended by more
l 100 South Florida deiegatea
Kits \dott. president ol
unneret chapter, said boutique
i also will be featured at the
:.u meeting Proceeds will go
the Pioneer Women Child
Ki -< ui fund in Israel
\\i\.i Chapter ol Pioneer
f will meet Wednesday
l.in !>. at noon in the i i\ ic
i mm ol W sshington
i\ings .mil Loan Association,
\i lTth St \orth Miami
each
-hmenli w ill > -u\ed,
and husbands, friends and the
general public are invited, ac-
cording to Pearl Huda. program
chairman.
Cantor Julius King of Temple
Heth Abraham in Detroit will
present a -.pedal arrangement of
operatic numbers, -aid margot
Amstel. president,
A report on the November
1979, Pioneer Women convention
in Israel will be given by several
delegates from Avfva chapter.
including Margot Amstel. Sylvia
H. Cohen. Ktta Seiden. Dorothy
Goldman and Ksther Weinstein.
according to Dora Cohen.
publicity chairman
Dimona liet chapter of Pioneer
Woman will meat Wednesday,
Jan 16, at 12 3<) p m in the civic
auditorium of Amenfirst Savings
and Loan Association, 18901
Hiscayne Blvd., North Miami
Beach.
Sylvia Rosier ol Hallandale,
presidenl of the group which
serves North Dade and South
Mroward counties, said game and
card partial will follow an open
discussion ol the Pioneer Women
membership campaign and the
current Middle Kast crises
A membership meeting will be
held by the Sabra Chapter ol
Pioneer Women on Monday. Jan
1 at 7 to p.m. in the ri\ ic
auditorium ot K men First Federal
Savings and Loan Association,
01 Biscayne Blvd The Sabra
i hapter is comprised ol business
and professional women
Guest -(Maker tor the evening
will be Gertrude Aaron, co-
membership chairman ol the
soui heasl area ol Pioneer
Women Mr- Varon has recentl)
returned from a two-month staj
in the State ol Israel She resides
m I lallandale
\i, ording ( Kthel ireenberg,
president ol the group, refresh
ments will In- served, there will
in- no i i nd i lii public s
in\ n
Luncheon Is Dedicated
\) Late Mrs. Claude Pepper
national women division
National Parkinson
undation. headed b) Mrs
I ra Prey, president, will hold
18th annual luncheon on
lay Jan 10 dedicated to
he memor) ol the late Mrs
plaudi i Mild red I Pepper
I he luncheon will take place in
Ihi Starlight Room ol the Dora I
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University <>t Miami, a-
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Proceeds ol ticket -ale- will be
used to support research sen ices
rendered to the out patient- ol
the National Parkinson Foun-
dation. Miami
The foundation i- associated
with the University of Miami's
school of medicine in the
diagnosis, treatment and rehabil-
itative services connected with
Parkinson- disease and other
neurological disorders.
The late Mrs Pepper, national
chairman of the women's division
of the National Parkinson
Foundation, was a moving force
ui its establishment as the only
clinical facility of its kind in the
United States for the treatment
of parkinsonism.
Congressman Claude Pepper is
vice chairman of the foundation's
national board of directors.
Tickets for the luncheon in
memory of Mrs. Pepper are $20
and reservations may be made by
calling the National Parkinson
Foundation.
The luncheon will feature
entertainment and a drawing for
many valuable prizes.
B'naiB'rith Youth
State Convention
Joyce Sumberg has been
elected to the national board
Of directors of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution
( ommittee. Sumberg. a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, has served as
chairman of its Committee on
Services for the Eldtrfy and as
national vice president of the
Council of Jewish Fed-
erations' Committee on Ser-
vices to the Aging
White Elephant
Sale Slated
\\.i\ Harbor chapter of
lladassah will hold a white
elephant sale for the benefit of
the blind on Thursday. Jan IT.
at 12:30 p.m., at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan
Auditorium. 1132 Kane Con
course
On Jan 22 at noon, a luncheon
will take place at the Dora I
Starlight Roof For further in
formation, call Fran Mane- or
Mar) Friedman.
Brandeis Hadassah
The Louis D Hrandcis Chapter
of lladassah will hold a luncheon
meeting Monday, Jan 14. at
noon at the Fontainebleu Milton
Hotel Dr II Weisburg will
-peak Mr- Harry Rosen 1-
president
One hundred and seventy
young members of B'nai B'rith
Youth from all over the state of
Florida shared four days of
learning, fun. contests, electing
new officers, and friendship at
their annual regional convention
which was held in I^eesburg.
Florida, from Dec. 26 through
Dec. 30.
This year's convention theme
was "Search For Meaning
Jewish Values.''
The keynote address was
delivered by Kabbi Leivy Smolar.
president of the Baltimore
Hebrew College.
The youngsters participated in
two discussion groups on the
theme followed by a concluding
address by Rabbi Smolar.
Work-hop- were conducted in
Israeli dancing, Hebrew music
and drama, and the youth
participated in athletic and social
act i\ ities
Three services were conducted
on Shabbat.
Elections for 1980 were held
with the following youth
assuming key leadership:
BBG (B'nai B'rith Girls -
\ -iahl president. Sherra
Greenspan from Hollvwood;
S'ganit (vice president), Heth
law it/ from Jacksonville;
Mazkirah (secretary! Tern
Ma> bruck from Davis
\/.A (Aleph Zadik Aleph -
(iodoll president. David Hlattner
from Hollywood. S'gan (vice
pre-identl Mark Shouger from
Miami. Mazkir (secretary), Mike
Benjamin from Miami
Regional contest runoffs for
oratory, storytelling, Israeli
dance. -ong. -craphook.
new-papers, and creativity were
held at the convention
This year's coordinators wen-
loan Keichkind and Bruce
Kalick. both from Plantation
loan and Bruce were the 1979
regional pre-idents
The B'nai B'rith Youth
organization serves Jewish
teenagers, ages 14 to 18. B'nai
B'rith Girls and Aleph Zadik
Aleph are the two components of
BBYO.
There are over 1.200 members
in the state of Florida, serviced
by volunteer advisors and
professional staff Steven M
Klein. Florida region director,
and Marsha F'ogelman and (iary
Kenzer. assistant regional
directors
\titahe I. yon -
Torah Hadassah
to Hear Review
The first I960 general meeting
Ol the Torah Chapter of
Hadassah is set tor Jan. 14 at
12 30 p m at Temple Zamora in
(oral Gables
Natalie Lyons will review
Raquela by Kuth timber Mr-
Lyons i- area vice pre-ident for
the Miami Region of Hadassah
Olga Issenberg is program
chairman Members are a-ked to
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A unique mixed-media event of
dance and taunc arts will be
sponsored bv The Fine Arts of
Beth David. Charles Russell,
former!v of the Joffrey Ballet,
and the Women's Caucus for Art
will combine their exceptional
talents in a program on Wed-
nesday. Jan. 23. at 10 a.m. in
Beth David s Spector Hall. MM
S\\ 3rd Ave Miami
Charles Kussell is a dancer,
choreographer, and instructor in
dance at dans experience.'
He will present his young and
energetic company (formerly the
Miami Dance Company) in a
lecture-demonstration. "Ballet
trom the Classic to the Con
temporary." teach a ballet class
for beginners, and join partici-
pants for lunch
Russell was associated with
the Joffrey Ballet of New York
for 20 vears. He trained with
Robert Joffrey. Erick Bruhn.
Edward Caton. and the late
dance critic and historian Lillian
Moore.
SINCE COMING to Miami, he
has presented two successful
performances at the Gusman
Cultural Center and opened his
own professional preparatory
studio in Coral Gables. Russell
conducted a special three-day
dance workshop in December as
preparation for the performance.
The Women's Caucus for Art.
a national organization of
professional women in art. will
install a multi-media environ-
mental exhibition. "Source,
which will incorporate fabrics
designed and executed at special
workshops
Artists participating in the
exhibition are Linda Brooks
Rosemarie Chiarlone, Joanne
Grornling, MarveUe Kaplan.
Lesln Klein, Pam Newman.
\rl. and v ra w
An:-- I >-.;. Klein
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educational and service
organization representing r londa
women in the arts
WCA initiates, both for its
members and the community,
professional programs like the
current workshops Through its
lecture series the WCA presents
slide lecture programs, art
dialogues. seminars. and
renowned guest speakers
The Fine Arts of Beth David s
Third Annual Dance Luncheon
is a response to the expanding
interest in dance The unique
format will give participants an
opportunity to see and feel the
special grace and technique of
ballet.
Bi SHOWCASING the
creative energies of two
workshops, dance and fabric
arts, savs Fine Arts chairperson
Toby Ansin. we hope to en-
tourage and support local artists.
and provide the community with
an outstanding event '
Irene Weinberger is chair
person of the third annual Dance
Luncheon. Other chairpersons for
the event are:
Arlene Hassin and Bonnie
HeimowiU. art exhibit; Frances
Gordon, tickets Clarice Badanes
and Norma Jean Ober.
hospitality Tobj Ansin is chair
person of"The Fine Arts of Beth
David
The WCA exhibit will be open
free to the public on Monday
Jan 21. 10 a m to 10 p m
Tuesday. Jan 22. and Thui
Jan. 24! 12 p m to I p ni
Arrangements for -;
groups to view the exhibition and
participaU in discussions with
WCA mei
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\dult education classes are
neld regularly at the Beth David
Congregation at both tm>ou^
Dde location and Coral W a>
Couree. -ich toPK' ''
lewish history, the rote of food in
lewish raligion. the sociology of
Vmerican Jewn and official and
nom.ff.cial beueft in Jewitl
Folklore
\ special faatura ol the adult
education series this 5*^"^
, judaka Film Sanes held on
Wedneeda) evenings from 9 unti
10 during which conlemp.
[Urns on the Jewish experience
from 70 CE to the present time
Courses in Judaism
Offered by Midrasha
\ wide range and i

adults ol the ent unity
if th<
Midrash
ncj for lewish
Education
The North Dacie Midrasha, a
unique concept 1" adult lewish
education and teacher training,
will begin its third year with an
eight-week fall semester on Oct
22
Some of the courses to be
ottered are:
Foundations of Biblical
Thought. A Practical Guide to
Living Judaism. Hebrew
Calligraphy. Conversational
Hebrew, Introduction to Talmud.
Israel and the Jew in World
Politics. Methods of Teaching in
the Religious School. The
Holocaust. Ethics and Values in
Judaism, Crafts for the Jewish
Home, and Israeli Folk Dancing.
The classes will be held at
various synagogues and Jewish
. immunity centers in the area.
The Midrasha is sponsored by
Aventura Jewish Center.
Congregation Beth Moshe.
Congregation Beth Torah,
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, and the
Central Agency for Jewish
Lducation
B\ pooling their resources and
talents, the sponsoring agencies
are able to avoid duplication and
provide a much more extensis.
.'rani than would be poaafbk
at each location alone
\|! an to the
nure community Fees lor the
On Wed) vaning. Jn
R. tun. WhafaJJeCame
will b* shown This film is
, ron doCUIW I
prominent \meruan- aba
remin *" ^ "'
istern Eurow and us influence
heir Uvas Featured in the
nims are Chaim Potok and \x
Rosten, among other- This film
will m- shown in the acx
David al 7500 >w IS *
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Vnothei sdditbn to the adult
,.:. program this term is a
,i>.nthh Torah Luncheon which
M.ll iH-'ht-kl at 2r.2.". SW 3rd Ave
>uffet will be pro'
nominal charge, an I topic oi
timely interest will be .liirwt^
discussion ami q ^
answers
The first Tin.'.; Ton*
Lumhaon will taki ; i,-
17, when Rabbi So ,j wit
boul Mother ol
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at the Thur- :
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I.in 1 I al ."> p.m
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nT,i...iin .Ian l'.l 'I"" i. il..
Frida) evening services al
pm on "Jan 11 will be conducted
In Rabbi David Salt/.man with
Cantor Lawrence Tuchinakj
chanting the liturgy
Mr and Mrs Wolf Saltier, in
honor of their 50Ul anniversary.
will sponsor the OlMg Shabbat
atter services
Mr and Mrs SydM) Shyko,
in honor of their anniversary.
donated the flowers that will
I he pulpit Following this |
flower fund has bean established
b) them Congregants are urged
to contribute to this
On Tuesday. Jan lft-**P/*\
Sisterhood and Temple will hold
.i |oinl board meeting
The North Had.' Midrasha
Institute ol Jewish Studies Ml
community program of adult
.lewish education It olfcrad
t hrough t he i ooperat i* efforts ol
tventun Jewish tenter and
ether ynagoguaa and agencies in
the an i
Beginning the week of Jan
through Feb 28. every Thursdax
trom 9 10 U) 10 SO a m Rabbi
David SaltJtnan will give a
course. Messengeri of

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v. ill in
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w it h excerpt s trom \ Si'shuiut
Shofetim, t<> learn thi ".part of
such men a* Samsoi
Ml tbe emerging n. ration of
Israelites
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table of contents tho*
which serm most interesting aa1
inlormativ e
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Relogorodskej and
Kostsf nini
at the Samuel Scheck
munitv I '.iv School,
ji ,1 scholarship
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Mike
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Leadership Seminar at Lido
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who are not member- ol spon
s<.ring institutions ma) registi
tor an) or all i lasses f' ir I
Registration will take place at th<
first session.
Another teature ot the
Midrasha will be the Haver
Fellow m Jewish Studies Car
tificate program
Upon completion of a 48-credit
program. with each COUTM
counting for two credits, the
Midrasha will award a certificate.
Major areas of study with
Haver-Fellows are Bible. Jewish
History. Jewish Thought and
Philosophy. Rabbinic Literature
Jewish Law and Lore. Hebrew
and Israel and Contemporary
Jewish Life
For further information, or to
request a full brochure, call Miles
P. Bunder at the Central Agency
for Jewish Kducation. r>76-4030 in
Dade. and 928 6244 m Bn.ward
Scopus Award
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has l>een chosen as chairman ot
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South Dade JWY
Auxiliary Events
Jackie Rose, president of the
Indies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans. South I lade Post
77h. announced that their
monthly meeting was to be held
on Thursday. Jan 10. at h p m at
Temple Samu Fl. second floor of
Capital Bank Building 8 W
107th Ave and N Kendall Drive
Fdith Novins. chairman of the
Nominating Committee was to
an no u rue the slate .,t officers tor
the coming \
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start at 7 p.m., and the auction
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Literature Meeting
I'tipular Miami Beach residents JmrrrJA ,,n.l /., / 1 ,
;,/,.,/,,of th, American Committ- on sp*ciaia,,ig^ntjs7lem *'
The South Florida chapter >>t
the Brandeis I Iniversit) Vlumni
Vssociation Mill pn its
Januarj guest speaker Ri< I
Onorato professor ol Enj
and American literature at
Brandeis
Onorato has been a member ol
the Brandeis English department
since 1963 He teaches the
literature ol the Romantii period.
as well as the modern novel
-tics ol courses from the early
20th centurj to avanl garde
liction nt todaj
Professor Onorato graduated
from Columbia University,
received degrees from Cambridge
University, and did hi- Masters
and Ph.D. at Har\ard
li < morato will speak t<> the
Mumni Association on Tuesday
evening, Jan 15, at S p m
Ml alumni parents of Brandeis
students, and guests are
welcome Contact Susan Panoff,
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president ol the Alumni
Association, for resen at ion and
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Cruise Line Celebrates Passover at Sea Jean Stapleton Stars
1 he Passover holidaj is a timi
foi lews I he world over.
rating their ancestors
i vodus out ot slaver) into tht
ol freedom On Man
rsl da) ol Passovei Costa
the largest cruise
world, is offering
uise the first strictl)
n Passover cruise ever
Miami aboard the
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Passover
iditional
hip converting all
pertinent operations to meet th.
strictest kosher and religious
standards Costa has secured the
rabbinii al supervision ol O.K
the Organized Kashruth ol
America headed b) Rabbi
Bernard Le> i, which gives kosher
approval to such companies as
Kraft, Borden and General
I -"Is Costa s kitchen, and the
rmel kosher
cuisine b) a koshei ch< t is being
supervised b) th< O K In ad
dition, a shipboard sj
Wl'l "" ervicc antor
will assist the rabbi in conducting
the Seders, and special en-
tertainment features ,Jewish and
I sraeli art is)
Even the itinerar) ol the
world Renaissance is being
revised to allow for total com-
pliance with specific religious
observances Ports include San
in, St t roi\ Cur.ii ao, \|
Port Vntonio and Miami
I' I) i fins,, packages an
available from 106 1 S and
Canadian cities For complete
details call your travel agent or
i < uses
Jean Stapleton. the lovable
Edith Bunker of TV's All In
The Kamil) ," returns to the Stage
m a rare revival of Pulitzer Priw
winner (ieorge Kelly s comed)
Dais) Mayme," Jan 19. at Ft
Lauderdale's Parker Playhouse
Directed by William Putch,
also starring will be Hex Bobbins
and Polly Howies with Margai
Hill [{itter. Kristen Lowm
Pai tch, Wil Love and
Doug Robinson rounding out
cast
Best known for her co-starring
role in the TV series All In The
Family" tor which she won three
Emmy Awards, two (iolden
Globe Awards and two American
Vcadem) ol Humor Awards
Miss Stapleton will be seen in the
title role as ,,-. \-ro\erted
spinster wh< giggle
contributes to the disruption ot
ntire household while wooing
prai hard working
lor
Seder Resort Tours
the Council of Jewish Federations General Assembly in Montreal. Miamians Jeffrey Lef-
Purl and Sandra Goldstein were congratulated by Joel Sherman, left, immediate past chair-
nun of the Council of Jewish Federations National Committee on Leadership Development, on
h.ir receipt of the Stanley C Myers Presidents' Leadership Award. Lefcourt and Goldstein
h re presented with the awards at the Federation Annual Meeting in 1979. for their exceptional
m ice and dedication to the ideals of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

cell i Koshi l'asso\ ei u
seven ol the world s elegant
resorts, with full) condu
Sedi i sen ices b) a prominent
tor on Glatl Kosher tours.
rated b) Atlas International
Tors
Atlas, one ol the largest
operators ,.| kosher Passover
tours, otters the following
programs
Miami Beach Americana
Hotel ol Hal Harbor, one ol
Miami a more luxurious resorts
adjacent U> the Hal Harbor
shopping mall
Puerto Rico-El San Juan
Resort center A choice ot three
hotels. El San Juan. El San Juan
lowers and the Palace for en
JO) ing the Puerto Kuan sun
Puerto K i co Hotel
Conquistador Hotel located
atop the mountains of I.as
Croabes.
Dominican Republic-Hotel
Plaza Dominicana
Hawaii the Kuilima Hyatt
Resort nestled on a HHO-'acre
site on the north shore of Oahu
run .i short di Honolulu,
Kuilima ,,. Ql
orts and
mal fat ilu
New Vork Hie Rye Town
Hilton in Portchestei \ >. is in
minutes from Manhatl
* '!' '- at Sea The kosher
rassov. i aribl -, sailing
from Miami on the M S World
K>-n.us.,i- ffers attractions.
both inspirational and en-
tertaining, including Jewish and
Israeli personalil..
Koach Hadassah
Crime Meeting
"Invitation to Burglary," a
film narrated by T\ personality
Raymond Burr, will be presented
b) Sgt Nicholas "Nick"
Valenani. head of the community
relations and crime prevention
bureau of the Miami Beach
Policy Department, when the
Koach Chapter of Miami Beach
Region of Hadassah meets on
Tuesday evening. Jan. 15. at 8
pm in the Jefferson National
Hank Building. 301 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach.
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Jewish Ploridian reader Fred Sandier points out that whan
the numbers in the new vear. 1980. are added up. they total 18
or "Chai." Thanks. Fred, and we hope 1980 will be a wonderful
year of "chai" for all our readers
Mrs. Abraham Harris, a resident of Douglas Hardens with
her husband Abe. celebrated her 100th birthday on Tuesday A
birthday party was held for her at Douglas Gardens Ma/el
Tca. Mrs. Hams'
Vladimir Horowitz, scheduled to appear in a special concert
Sundav. Jan 13, at 4 p.m at the Miami Beach Theater of the
Performing Vita, has cancelled the engagement Horowitz was
not phvsicallv able to meet his commitments this year which
compelled hi'm to cancel his entire southern tour. Refund- Will
be mailed to ticket holders within the next two week-
Women In Communications will present a daylong
workshop. Communications hVvK. Rap With The Professionals
and Rev Up Your Skills." Saturday. Jan 19. attheKIC
campus The seminar will consist of three sessions with four
panels running concurrently.
Miami Mensa announces the formation of an organization
for school age children under the age of 18 The organization.
Vmnn Mensa. exists for the purpose of providing a forum for
gifted children to participate in a variety of activities under the
supervision of adult Mensa membership.
The annual Hikeathon presented by the National Jewish
Hu-pital-National Asthma Center will be held at F.I.U. on
Sunday.Jan. 27.
A handbook which tells all you need to know about entering
an exhibit or how to share in the more than $100,000 in
scholarships, cash prizes, trophies and ribbons to be awarded at
the 30th anniversary 1980 Dade County Youth Fair is off the
press. It may be obtained free by calling the Youth Fair Kb
estimated 30\000 student exhibits are expected to be showcased
at the fair.
A stamp with a face value of only 24 cents but which sold
at auction last year for an astonishing $130,000 is on display
through Sunday at the first national stamp show in south
Florida in four years at the DeauviUe Hotel on Miami Beach. It's
an extremely rare airmail stamp and only 93 are said to exist
When the U.S. government issued the stamp in 1918. one sheet
of 100 stamps with the airplane in the middle printed upside
down slipped past postal inspectors.
The Association of Florida Poets will meet Tuesday. Jan
16. at the Bay Harbor Town Hall, at 7 30 p.m. All members and
guests are invited to read their original poems Refreshments
will be served
The Dr. Abraham Wolfson Forum for Fnlightment meats
every Thursday morning at 10 a.m at the Washington Federal
Bank. Miami Beach, second floor On Jan 17. Rarhael Coplin
will speak on. "Add Ten Years To Your Life With Health On
Jan 24. Gertrude Silt will speak on. "What Is Ancient A isdom"'"
On Jan. 31. Lillian Friedland will speak on. Its Healthy To
Fxercise."
Jerry Engel. the managing partner of the South Florida ^
regional office of Alexander Grant, certified public accountants. <
ha- become the 100th member of the Young Presidents Club of
the Mount Sinai Medical Center, an organization of young "
community leaders who undertake special projects for the ;.
hospital.
Some 700 scientists from all over the world are meeting at
the Konover Hotel on Miami Beach for the 12th Miami Winter
Symposium co-organtzed by the Papanicolau Cancer Research ...
Institute and the University of Miami's Department of Bio-
Chemistry Topic of discussion for the five-day meeting of the
minds will be the "Mobilization and Reassembly of Genetic
Information, which is a study of Recombmant DNA (cloning).
Nobel Laureate Dr Fred Sander from Kngland is one of the -*
featured speakers.
The Annual Awards Luncheon for the Biscayne Medical
Center Volunteers was held on Sunday. Jan. 6. at Turnberry Isle
Country Club. The hospital takes special pride in the 74.000
hours of service donated by over 200 volunteers this past year.
Don Stewart, executive director of the 458-bed acute care
hospital, greeted the volunteers and also presented a special
commendation to Belle Billing. Harry Billing. Kllis Bolts. Vicky
Gilbert. Fay Lee. and Leah Muhlstein for over 5.000 hours of
service Janet Reno, state attorney, was guest speaker and
Mayor Arthur Snyder of North Miami Beach was the installing
officer
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A special reception for the "22 Jewish Artists" Exhibition was
held recently at the Douglas Gardens Gallery. Pictured here are
(left to right}: Aaron KraviU, past president of Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged; Helen Rechtschaffer, board
member of Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged and
benefactor of the Gallery; Ben Klempner, artist, and Albert
Ossip, president of Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged. The Gallery, located at 1054 Kane Concourse, is n
division of the Home.
A Fred and Greta Hirsch.
Jtwiah communal leaders,
receued Israel's I'eace Award
at a Salute to Israel held in
their honor by B'nai B'nth
Simcha Aventura Lodge No
2911. The Hirschea wen
lauded for their actn e par-
ticipation in numer ish
philanthropic and
organization* and for tkait
economic support of the
Jewish Statt
North Dade
Voter
Registration
Voten ol North Dade County
Mill be able to register for the
March 11 Presidential
preferential primaries and other
federal, -tate. county and
municipal elections without
traveling to the main election
office m downtown Miami,
beginning Tuesday. Jan 8
On that dale, and for each
successiveTueeda) through Feb
5, Jefferson National Bank at
Sunny Isles. 290 Sunny Isles
BUd will be the sitf of an of-
ficial registration headquarter-
lor all l'ade voter- who either
have moved here from outside of
the count) or who have changed
addresses within the county
Official registrars will be on
duty at Jefferson National from
10 a m to 2 p.m each Tuesday.
beginning Jan B, through a joint
effort of the Concerned Citizens
ol Northeast Dads Count) and
Jefferson National Banks
Hiram Goldstein, chairman of
the advisor) Uiard of the Sunny
Isles bank, and Norman Ciller,
president of the Concerned
Citizens and <>i Jefferson
National, arranged tt the time
-a\ mg regi-t ration pitM edure-
Gotdstein -aid I similar
registration drive last yeai
resulted in hundreds of new
voters getting on the roll- with a
minimum ol time and effort This
i- a public service in the truest
-i rise
Registration will beheld in the
board room on the mam floor ol
Jefferson National, (idler said
JCC Family Day
Camp Postponed
The Jewish Community (enter
Family Day Camp, originally
-lated to start on Jan 6, ha- been
postponed until Feb 10
The South Dade JCC Family
Day Camp will be held at the
South Dade Branch. 12401 SW
102 Ave. for four consecutive
Sundays
Registrations are being taken
now at the JCC office
Beth Kodesh
Sisterhood
Luncheon
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon on Thursday
Jan. 17. at 12 30 p m. in the
auditorium
Mmes Mollie Straus Pat
Daniels and Ruth Schrieber are
giving the luncheon and will be
serving as hostesses.
Sculpture Commissioned
For Mt. Sinai Founders
The Israeli sculptor
Yaaco\ Heller, ha- been
commissioned b) the Sig
nature Club of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center to
pro> ide a limited iSSUS "t MM
ol hi- most famous works to
member- ho enroll at least
one new Founder before the
annual Founders Ball next
spring Onl) M"1 Ol the
statues each individually
crafted, have bean com
missioned
The sterling silver sculp
lure Moses w ith Tablets
,i! Mount Sinai i- detailed
and mounted on pedestal of
bl.i. k marble
from the Judean hill-
I In figure ol MoseS, one
arm thing toward the skies
and the other clutching the
stout tablets, conveys Hel
lei s own -pint ol fiery
Hion He deliberate!)
chooses to depict those
moments m religious hiatorj
remembered tor powerful
mo> emenl
\It hough he was horn in
the Unaed States and served
in the 1 S Navy. Heller
wanted to live in Israel and
be clo-e to the origin- of hi-
irl
In 1972, he moved to
.leru-alem. and his workshop
toda\ i- located in the
Jerusalem House of w
Hi- works of art h,i\ i
honored f>% the i
1 eru-h.ll.lV mi Six let V
he ha- baan .i Brded i
Jerusalem Seal ofQualil
hi- design and crafl
-hip
Hi- dramatic worfc
I .i\ ul sla\ ing ioii.it | .> ..
I r i -mini to I'r. !
( .el.ild Fold lor the \\ I
I louse Museum in \9" '.
Israeli Prime M
Rabin
Making plans for formation of a Florida cha;
American Friends of Haifa University are these led.:.
fathered at a reception heU at the Saxony Hotel
Beach. From left are I)r Maxuell Dauer, president
Medical (enter and chairman of the Century CUtb
Bonds, Prof Gabriel Warburg, former rector
University and currently a i tsiting professor at the I
of Miami center for adi-anced international Studies, Sigmund
StrochUti of Sew London. Conn national president
American Friends of Haifa L'nuersity and a mttnbei
President's Commission on the Holocaust, and Allan C
Hollywood, a founder of Haifa l'nuersity and a ke\
of the South Bruwarxi Jewish Federatum and it! *' '
campaign
Beth Kodesh Services
On Friday. Jan 11. at X 15
p m Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Leon Segal will conduct
I,lie Friday evening services at
Belh Kodesh Synagogue
We read a great deal about
our background, stressing our
roots ,ind six-aking highly of our
parents anti gmndpan nt
enjoyed life to it- rnlh
deprived "f material i
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! QlrrMinqs PnqnqriMrnte
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Jo Ann Robin Htkichrandt ami Horn David
Laskin were marru-d Saturday in the Inter
continental Hotel. Miami
The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mr.
Sanford Hildebrandt. North Miami Heath
The bride>?room is the son of Mr and Mn
George Laskin. Plantation, Florida
Lapidus- Weiner
Faith Lapidu*. daughter of Mrs Ksther
Lapuius of North Miami, and the late Philip
I,apidus. has become engaged to Alan J. Werner,
son of Mr and Mil Kli Wainar of Rockville.
Maryland.
Ml Lapidus is a graduate of the Univaraity of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is presently
with the Voice of America in Washington DC.
Alan is a graduate of the University of
Maryland. He is a computer systems analyst for a
research firm, and a freelance computer con
sultant.
A spring wedding is planned
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Kopelowitz'
52nd Wedding
Anniversary
Mr and Mrs. Jimmy
Kopelowitz. pioneer
members of the Miami
Jewish '>mmunitv
celebrated their 5L'nd
wedding anniversary Jan -4
Mr and Mr- Kopelowitl
arc active m a variety of
Jewish communal
org; ruzationa here
Sisterhood
Shabbat
Weekend
I > mple Adath ^ eshurun
Sisterhood will conduct the late
sen ices "n Frida> m^ht .Ian I -
at '. 5 p m
\ program prepared bj Lynn
Pollack, Sisterhood member, will
be presented Sisterhood
president Marilyn Ladis will
address the congregation on
The Messageol Sisterhood
Following Shabbat morning
\ ices mi Ian 19, the
Sisterhood will conduct a lun-
cheon tor the congregation
Kabbi \ ictor Zwelling. the former
ipiritual leader ol Temple B'nai
Raphael, will be guesl speaker
Special Events Set at Beth David
On Friday. Jan. 18. at the
South Dade location of the Beth
Djvid Congregation and 8 p.m.
anniversary recognition will be
observed for those celebrating
January anniversaries
Saturday. Jan. 19. Rabbi
Barnard Mandelbaum will be the
guesl speaker during the Sab-
bath service at 'Jam at 2625 SV\
3rd Ave
Rabbi Mandelbaum is the
executive vice president of the
S> nagogue Council of America,
the council which serves Con-
servative. Reform and Orthodox
Jews His manage will be en-
titled: "To Live With Meaning
A kiddush follows the -ervice.
and e\ eryone is welcome
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Ellen Beth Irvine
Levine- Weinberger
Mrs Nathan Miller of Delray Beech. Florida,
and Samuel Levine of Kingston. New York,
announce the engagement of their daughter Fllen
Beth to Marc Bennett Weinberger, son of Mr. and
Mrs Norton I. Weinberger of Miami
A June 7 wedding is planned
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iirmingham Chooses a Mayor
KOBKRT E.SEGAL
now 16 years since Mir
| Alabama) reputation
urica's most segregated
|M dramatized bjf Police
|vsK>ner Theophilus Hull"
ut of shoving Martin
King into jail. Krom that
It lonfinement. the young
It minister penned the
V' letter that helped light
lo lame and martyrdom.
happened in Mir
lm in those dark hours and
hi- taken plate now ton
a march of progress
surpassed in Ameru ,i s
of race relations For
i few white Mirmingham
Sut a sufficient num
eve joined with Mir-
mi s amused blacks to
d Arnngton mayor ol
:i. rn industrial
iucator councilman, and
i sharecropper. Mayor
^rnnglon joins the growing
Hlack mayors of large
fin cities, sharing
lence with Mayor Maynard
tr of Atlanta and Mayor
\1orial of New ()rleans
|S 1H)KS not close out
behavior in Alabama
the Ku Klux Klan has
new claims and won new
K) in the state Hut at a
jm. the cries of "Never'
lU-en stilled, the harsh
>i bombing! have faded,
trademarks of "Hull
the cattle prods, the
is. the police dogs, and
idied hypocrisy of Connor's
grip on the city have
tided away into the pages
tingham's history
ain't gonna segregate no
.mil whites together in
|"' Connor insisted in
(hen Kr King brought his
>lent civil rights marchers
lirmingham. A few years
Ibamea and diminished bj
rise to great influence,
ir contended that all that
pxuit policy brutality was
* no mean spirit in the
ut his fellow-
|utionists All of Mir
Un'l racial troubles, he
kted not to Alabama's long
knee upon slavery lor
in progress, not to Jim
lm as a way of life, not to
pnatory practices ini-
in v.ulhern law. but to
lunism, socialism, and
liam
lept 16, 1963, four young
Kirls were killed in the
ig "I Mirmingham s ltith
Maptist Church They had
tudied the Sunday School
"I the day. The Love
Forgives," and had gone to
ttarch basement to put on
Tloir rubes
Jpiro Discusses
^wish Women
><: Shapiro, director of the
Kan .Jewish Committee for
*J BDndu area, will lead the
Jewish Book Discussion
on Thursday. Jan. 17. at
at the Miami Beach
library.
K"> will discuss The
[Woman in America" by
Hi y man A11 are welcome
P"''l Reiser
is group
-Han Women
.1,n f>r Bar-Han
Fly. South Florida
r. Will hold a membership
t Tuesday. Jan 22, at 1
ths mezzanine card room
ev I'laza.
bred speaker will be the
P.e vice chairman of the
lions I board of overseers
Mian University. Rabbi
f lender. Men are invited.
RACIST bomb throwers killed
them; and Hull Connor made a
characteristic explanation of that
tragedy. he blamed it on
Supreme Court rulings
I he Connor IhIi.h lor and other
uch cruelt) helped mightily to
clear the wa\ tor the enactment
in 1964 of the far-reaching
federal civil rights law Sines thai
lime, Mirmingham along with
manv other industrial cities, has
made some atonement for past

Mm old hatreds die slowly,
somet lines never Richard
Vrrington would have had little
< hance ol being chosen mayor of
Mirmingham had not the in-
cumbenl mayor, David Vann,
refused to fire a while police
officer who shot and killed an
innocent Hlack woman This
event brought to S boil the anger
of Birmingham's Black commun-
ity comprising 50 percent of the
city They marched to the polls
and slectsd a sharecropper s son
mayor with the help of a handful
of white voters
MARTIN I.uther King it noi
here to rejoice OVSr Arnngton's
victory Assassins i :ul bis rich life
short in 1968 Hut the warning he
left and the principles for living
he espoused need now to be
m. slled The warning
Structures ol ev il do not
crumble l>\ passive waiting .
Evil is recalcitrant and deter
mined, and never voluntarily
relinquishes its hold short of an
almost fanatical resistance.
Racism can well be that corrosive
evil that will bring down the
curtain on Western civilization."
The prime principle by w hich
he lived, he expressed thus "In
VOW struggle for justice, let your
oppressor know that you are not
attempting to defeat or humiliate
him. or even to pay him back for
injustices that he has heaped
upon you Let him know that you
an merely seeking just ice for him
as well as for yourself. Let him
know that the festering sore of
segregation debilitates the white
man as well as the NegTO."
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This large illuminated menorah by local sculptor Iru-in Hyn
El recently 16< an Samuel Jaffi
president of Temple Beth I Br therhood. H\ Wyman, a i
trusti s, and Jack Mast. Temple Beth El h
work is represented in the Museum of Modern Art in Miami, tht 0R1
Jerusalem, Kennedy Airport in Wen York, the Unit States Olympit II.....ting \\ )
and John F. Kennedy Memorial Park in Jerusalem, among others ll\ man also ;.s ounei
I 'nited States Bronze and Aluminum Corporation located in Huilcah
Duttweiler Is Named Postmaster
Regional Postmaster General
Kmmett K. Cooper. Jr.. an-
nounced the appointment of
Charles T Duttweiler as the new
Postmaster and Sectional Center
Manager of Miami, effective
Saturday. Jan. 12. 1980.
Duttweiler, 50. currently
regional director for customer
services in the Western Postal
Region Headquarters at San
Bruno. California, succeeds I
Herbert Daws who was promoted
to Postal Service Headquarters
in August.
Duttweiler joined the Postal
Service in April. 1970, aa director
of the Customer Relations
Division in Postal Service Head-
quarters in Washington, DC. In
1972 he became director of the
Office of Sales.
He transferred to the Western
Postal Region in September.
1972. as director of the sales
division and served in this
capacity until his appointment as
regional director in November
1973.
Duttweiler was graduated from
Duke University which he at-
tended on a Navy scholarship,
receiving a BS degree in
engineering.
He also did graduate work at
the City College of New York and
the Polytechnic Institute of
Brooklyn, the latter on a full-time
scholarship.
In 1978. he completed Harvard
University's Advanced
Management Program. He holds
a professional engineers license.
'The Jewish Woman'
My ma LeibowiU Terr of the
Jewish Family & S^o".'"
Services will speak on "The Role
of the Jewish Woman in
American Jewish Life" durum
the 8 15 pjn. services Friday at
Temple Beth Tov
Prior to entering the Postal
Service. Duttweiler held sales
positions at Gulf Publishing
Company and engineering
positions with the M W. Kellogg
Company
He served in the U.S. Navy
from 1951 to 1954. and left the
Na\al Reserve us a lieutenant in
1962
He is married to the former
Dolon-. Ann Duerr of
Ridgewood. NY They have five
children including a daughter,
and three grandchildren residing
in Virginia
Sabra Named Aliyah Coordinator
WASHINGTON Srnadar
Levy i a sabra daughter of
American olim, has been named
aliyah coordinator for B'nai
B'nth International. Murray
Shusterman. chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Israel Commission,
has announced
Before coming to B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Levy worked in the Israel
Embassy here and as a Hebrew
teacher while studying for her
bachelor's degree in psychology
and counseling at American
University She is now working
on her master's degree at Bow it-
State College
As aliyah coordinator for B'nai
B'rith, Mrs I^vy will be
responsible for developing
programs to inform and guide
members interested in living in
Israel on a long-term or per-
manent basis The position is
funded by a grant from the World
Zionist Organization
Moadon Ivri to Meet Tuesday
Moadon Ivri. a Hebrew cul
tural group of the South Florida
area, will hold its next meeting on
Tuesday. Jan 15. at 1:30 p.m. at
the Miami Library. 2100 Collins
Ave.
The guest speaker will be Prof.
Gabriel Warburg, former rector
of Haifa University and currently
visiting professor at the Inner
Miv ol Miami Center for Ad
vanced International Studies
His subject will be Changes in
the Inter Arab RelatKinships
Moadon Ivri meets regularly
on the first and third Tuesday ol
each month The public is in
\ ited
Symposium on Israel Scheduled
The David Pinski Club will
have an Oneg Shabbos on Friday,
Jan. 11 at 7.30 p.m.. at the Ida
Fisher School cafeteria. Miami
Beach
A symposium on "Israel at the
Threshhold of 1980" is planned
with the participation of Moishe
Fisher, Histraduth leader, and 1.
Lasavin. author, lecturer and
correspondent of The Jewish
Forward. Israel Citrin is
chairman.
Herschel Gendel and soprano.
Manya Gendel, Mill present a
program of Jewish humor and
folk songs
Local Phone Bills
Are Going Down
Phone bills for Southern Bell
customers will be slightly less
next month due to a decrease in
the tax rates on Jan. 1.
In 1981. this tax will decrease
to one percent and in 1982 will be
abolished.
Israeli Expertise Praised -
ill \YIY (JTAI Israeli expert IM tn plannintf
the thee airfields in the NgV that a/01 r,Plaee tho.se in
StoaibSnJ returned to Egypt i"*er the Pf^?^
high praSe from Gen Paul Hartung. the head of he
\meruan team m charge of wnatTUCUng two of the
urfielda. The third w.ll be constructed by Israelis.
Speaking to members of the Israeli Kditors Corn-
mitteeand Israeli military corraepondenti.whoyuntedthe
sites of two airfields. Hartung said the Israeli technical
ertise he had com,' in contact with is comparable to
found in the United State*
DISCUSSING the price of constructing the two
airfields, which must be operative by April. 198L. Har-
tung said they will cost more than SI billion. 20 percent'
more than the budgeted sum. The major cause for the
increase was the agreement to construct them on the basis
.OStplUS.
In addition, recent purchases of equipment and
s : .plies such as iron and cement from local manufac-
ra cost much more than had been calculated. Hartung
s.nd work was proceeding on schedule.
An Art Exhibit at
Temple Beth Sholom
I | ,. Lowe Ley mson \r\
ITen ; B ll SI
show ing an exhibit ii I I '
colors b> the Hu-
ll I r.\ men
w.i- bon
: received Ion
v- i
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and In*- family

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Xaomi Hadassah Meeting Set
(11\ ing H1 Pilings is the title "t the mo\ ie
in U shown .it the next reg
meeting ol the Naomi chapter ol
I ladassah on Mondaj Jan i si
p in si the I smarind
Vpartments Clubhouse on North
Kendall Drive
I\mil> I upland oi tin- John
I limit Communit) Blood Center
will speak on it i mm units respon
sibility and need* ol residents "f
greater Miami
Mrs Elyss Pleskoff, a
registered nurse and program
vice president of the Naomi
chapter, will speak alxiut Ts)
Sachs disease, a genetic blood
disorder.
Keryrk Ft of I Fi the
Naomi rhaptei blood drive, will
la) I eb 21 from
si ; hi [ample
Judaea social hall. Coral Gables
I ,i\ Sachs testing will be a\ail
able a~ will
Fashion Show Set
temple Menorah Sisterhood
will meet Wednesday. Jan Ifl si
the tempts social hall in Miami
Beach A fashion .how bi Las
Inc of the Carnage House
Shopps is planned Piano ac
ii>mpaniment for the narration
will Ik- by Kos. /at/
Hebrew University Friends
The Miami women s division of
the American Friends of the
Hebrew University will hold a
luncheon meeting Thursday Jan
1". at 11:48 a.m. at the Mont
mart re Hotel on Miami Beach
The program. "Hebrew
Universit) Facing the Challenges
it the FJOs, will be presented by
Mrs Harriet Oreefl Mrs Green
BCtive in Jewish communal
organizations, is also national
vice president of the American
Zionist Federation
Tickets lor the luncheon
meeting are $.'> 76, and members
an- asked to bring fr lends who are
interacted in the welfare of
Hebrew l'ni\ srait)
Women's Corps
ias Hal Bay Surf Unit of the
Woman i Corps of the I'apamco
I.mil Cancer Research Institute at
Miami plans noon luncheon on
Tuesday ,|an if, ut tn,. Doral
Beach Hotel Starlight Roof
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'nai Mitzvah
IEFFBB Y JACKMAN
trey Alan Jackman. 9on of
i Mra. Stephen .lackman.
called to the Torah as a
tlitr.vah on Saturday. Jan
Moth David Synapse
is a student at Beth David
tw School and la in the
It: ,;rade at Arvida Junior
He enjoys baseball and
the guitar Me is a student
) Arvida Junior High
ine (enter.
i-elebrant is the grandson
Neitlin and the late Sylvia
1'atemal grandparents
I' Ruth Jackman and the
.lliam Jackman He is the
KTandson of Mrs Jennie
tamily will be represented
1 generations belonging to
David
[.IIIIKKiHOMIJ.A
H'> \ Michael Bonilla. son of
V Mrs Allan Koy Honilla.
called to the Torah as Bar
ah on Saturday. Jan 12. at
l.i m at Temple Beth Am
celebrant ia a student in
ivanth grade at Arvida
lli^h Mia interests are
[l>all. toot ball and guitar
a member of the Beth
i ana Choir.
Mr- Honilla will host
ddush following the tar
n honor ol the occaaion
recepta >n al t he Si mho
I
a gucsta includi grand-
- Mi in Mr- I rank
I s lulian.
and




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RANDI PERR
MRS BON NIK PERR,
In what will be an unusual but
peoal occurrence, a mother and
daughter will Ixuh be called to
the Torah on the morning of
Saturday. Jan. 12 at Temple
Sinai of North Dade
Randi Perry was born on the
same day as her mother. 13 vaara
go Mrs Bonnie Perry did not
have the benefit of the same kind
of Jewish upbringing as she gave
to her daughter.
Accordingly, mother has been
studying in order to catch up
*ith her daughter The
culmination of both of their
studies will take place in the
Temple Sinai sanctuary when the
two share in conducting the
Sabbath morning prayers and
read from the Torah
Mrs Perry is an early
childhood development teacher at
Temple Beth Moshe Randi is in
the seventh grade at Highland
Oaks Junior High School
Michael Perry, father, and
younger brother Brian fill out the
family
The members of Temple Sinai
of North Dade as wall as the
friends and famils ol the Parryfl
look torward to sharing this
Rrai Rabbi Ralph P Kingslej
pirilual leader ol the
congregation, said
It i- always a thrill to call a
young person to the Torah and to
h him oi hei I n e Child
i immandment When that
inds will parent w ho
ild
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Open House
Slated for
Newcomers
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rnl Florida Friends <: Dropsit University
I --'up Luncheon held at the Eden H tc Hotel left to right
*ard Haber. th, newly installed pi of Droj
Dr Joseph Happa/xirt tpedal gifts i hairman, Mrs
l.erner. Jonion Davidson, it ho presented Propsie
!^it\ u ith a trust gift, and Joseph Handleman. member of
wa of'governors ofI)n>psie University
Ein Karem Hadassah
Ein Karem chapter of
|s.ih. Star Lake- Con
P>"ii. will hold its regular
J\ study group session on
V Jan 16.at 10:30 a.m. in
pby Room of Star Lakaa
M speaker will be Brenda
director of the Florida
an Jewish Committee
Her topic will he. American
Judaism and Ideal Survival of
lews."
\ll tnembara and unit owners
and their guests invited Ann
Field will chair the study group
MBS ion. Frances V\ einstem is
president of the Fin Karem
chaptar
.erners to Show Movie on Israel
American Israeli
fhouse for the Blind. Minnie
lain Chapter, will hold
*">ihly meeting on Thur
Jan 17, at noon at the
Imgion Savings*. Loan, im
"th ft North Miami
\ mini-luncheon is
d
program will feature Mr
Ira Rarnetl \1 Lamer, who
"'""Id traveler- am. who-.
irei
I wifi
a ir\
The) will -how their movie.
Israel the Miracle 1.a rnl
Singles Club
Square Dance
The Singlea Club "t 1 'empie
Adath Yeahurun will hold a
square dance with professional
caller Saturday Jan 12 al Bp m
' npk N M
Rein
Miami Shalom.' the
welcoming program of the
(reater Miami Jewish
Federation, will host an open
house for newcomers to the
Miami area on Sundav Jan
I he program begin- at
1 p.m. at the federation
building, 4200 Biscayne
Boulevard. Anyone in
terested in learning about
the Jewish community,
whether a new resident or a
longtime Miamian is invited
to attend, explains Miami
Shakm chairman Sandi
Simon The open house is
intended to inform the public
bout the Jewish community
and its religious, cultural and
social activities, as well as
help the newcomers make
tnends and feel at home "
Admission is free, and
retreshments will be served
Reservations are requested
and may be obtained by
calling 76-4000. ext. 209
Gables
Youth
Center
I he ( oral t iablea "i out h Center
announce- the beginning ol
classes in watercolor painting,
beginning conversational French.
ballet exercises, and hatha yoga
ilor class begins
i) morning. Jai Iroi
a noon !I
K lien I
1 '
1
1
Hi! ha \ oga classes t
taxation
^ Monday nights
1
bring 1 towel The classes an -
IX W .'.'K-
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Kabtn Stanley R Gerstein ol
Beth David Congregation will
appear on The Jewish Worship
Hour on Sundav. Jan 13. at 8
a m on Channel 10
Slaking plans for the Jeuish Education Dav Symposium. "Our
Hoots From Whence We Came." on Monday. Jan. 21. from
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Konover Hotel on Miami Beach are
1 eft to nght) Sylvia Herman, president of the Miami Region of
Hadassah: \atalie Lyons: Yetta Fried, chairman of the day:
Iherese Havly. and Dorothy Handshu. all members of the
education team and participants in the symposium Not pic-
tured above are Jessica Migdalof and Sylvia Rivchun. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Bernard Schechterman of the department of
politics and public affairs at the University of Miami
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Shemot
SHEMOT Joseph and his brothers had lived peacefully in
fcgypt At last they and all their generation died A new
iharaoh arose and said: 'Behold, the Israelites are too
numerous They have too much power in our kingdom!'
Ai.d Pharaoh ordered all male Israelites to be killed at
birth. Now Arnram and Jochebed. of the Tribe of Levi. had a
baby son. and they hid him in a box at the edge of the Nile
I here he was found by Pharaoh's daughter, who called him
Moses I the one drawn out") and raised him in the palace
When Moses grew up. he saw an Egyptian taskmaster
beating an Israelite slave He looked around and did not see anv
other person. He struck down the Egyptian and hid his bodv in
the sand When Pharaoh heard of the Egyptian's death' he
sought t<> have Moses put to death, but Moses escaped from
I haraoh to the land of Midian There he tended the flocks of
Jethro. Later Jethro gave Moses his daughter. Zipporah. to be
his wife
While tending his flocks in the desert of Sinai. Moses saw a
burning thornbush From the bush, which burned but was not
destroyed Moses heard the voice ol God The Lord said to
N> '-" to Pharaoh and tell him to free Israel from slaver. '
16 11
rnaI race* nt.ng ol the Weekly Portion o the Law .$ etracted and bos, d
upon The ..raphic History of the Jewish Heritage, edited by P Woi.-
isamir % s published by Shengold The volume i> available at 7S Ma
'^l? .","" I0* N Y ,00al JoSeph Sch"n distributing me volume!
Synagogue Listings
' S>S"
Or Me-0.
Ban-
Senior HdDO
'.' Associate Rabbi
Fnd Service t JO o m
RabB. Vitchell Cnlil;
will comment on
Apocalypse Now
Torah Service Saturday II isarr
Rabbi WitchelChefitj
E BETH RAPHAEL
.efferson A. Miar
r.
|BETH DAVID
Miami s Historic
Conservative Congregation
iDr Sol Landau Stanley R Gerstein
'abbi Assistant Rabbi
HananWm W Lipson
CORAL WAV }SW3rdAve
Phone IS* Jn Daily Services
Morning and E vening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning am.
Beth David
South Dade Campus 7joo SW 1:0th St
Late Shabbat Evening Service*
Friday Night I p m
D' Epn-iamP Mandii-cor-
S.iui H Boor Canto-
Friday a'
Service Fndav by Canto' I
Choir
Service Saturd^.
at 8 3.; a m
EMPLE BETH SHOLON'
Chase Avenue at 4isf St
Dr LeonKroniSh 536 '
Cantor David Convise'
Or Leon Kronish will
conduct Family Worship
Service Friday at 8 15 pm
Saturday
________'0 *i a m services

o
CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
5:28
22 HA HTM-5740
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional as* 6334
1101 SW Uth Ave
Rabbi Man Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Enecutive Secretary
Daily Minyon for Vahneifen
Daily ti a m i 30 p m
Late Friday Evening Service. I is p m
TEMPLE EMANU EL
"01 Washington Avenue
SM 03
Conservative
Dr Irving Lehrman Rabbi
Zvi Adler Cantor
Late Friday service 8 30 p m
Dr Irving Lehrman
will preach on
"Farewell to the
'Me' Decade
Saturday service at am
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Blscayna Boulevard
Miami. Fla 33137 S78-4000
Rabbi Solomon Scnift,
Executive Vice President
TEMPLE ZION
Conservative
000 Miller Drive
Phone 171 2311
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
" E Fiagic si M.ami Fia J3i3i 37
4463 Raoo <" ;ge Oiractor
Union o' Amaf#car h#D'"# vongaoaiior
iKSfc
UHiTtcivHABoaurrri
.VC S' N M'
33162 4'04 -Jacr javio B Saujmar
Dr Norman N Shapiro, Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
Avron Smolensky Musical Director
Janet Stone-Early Childhood Director
Dorothy H Grant E ecutive Director
Thursday, Jan 10. 7 am, Minyan.
Teitler Chapel I pm. Sisterhood board
meeting Friday. Jan 11, 8 15 pm
Sabbath evening services Dr Norman
N Shapiro will officiate and speak on
"The Challenge of the 'BO's Cantor
Ben Dickson will chant the liturgy
Choir will perform under the direction
o< Avron Smolenskv Saturday Jan 12,
* a m Sabbath morning services Mon
day Jan l< I 30 pm school board
meeting Tuesday Jan is '30 pm
Tneate' Guild
BETH TORAH n TSJ
CONGREGATION Conservativ
iosi N Miami Beach Blvd
Or M11 A Lipschiti, Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Arom
Saturday morning Bar Mitivahol
Henry Batievsky
Saturday afternoon Bar Mittvah of
Larry Grossman
rEMPLE JUDEA
S00 Granada Blvd. Reform!
:oral Gables *7 S4S7
Michael B Elsenstat, Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area

Religious
Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 576-4000
Rabhimcal Association Offic,


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Hirt Heads Unit to Hear
Nursing Home Complaints
n
Fred D. Hirt has been elected
to serve as chairman of the
statewide Nursing Home
Ombudsman Committee.
H lit is executive director of the
Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged.
The Ombudsman Committee
was created under Title 111 of the
Older Americans Act. Its pur-
pose is to investigate and resolve
complaints made by or for older
persons in long term care
facilities about administrative
actions that may adversely affect
their health, safety, welfare, or
rights.
The ombudsman program is
also responsible for monitoring
legislation. regulations. and
policies that relate to long term
care facilities, as well as provide
information to public agencies
about problems in such facilities.
Hirt also is among the
delegates selected to participate
in the Florida Governor's
Conference on Aging that will
convene in Orlando in September.
He is now serving on the
planning committee to prepare an
agenda for the September
meeting.
Purpose of the conference w ill
be to initiate a Florida policy to
present at the National White
House Conference on Aging in
Jewish Points of Interest
In Tour of Miami Beach
All -*- *-* ......_. _-- of savs .Uilv forums, a SephardK
t'ndl) Hirt
1981. The policy will reflect the
states interests and concerns
relat ive to the elderly
Some of the issues to be
considered at the Governor's
Conference are health care costs,
transportation. consumerism,
leisure time use. energy, housing.
and financial twenty.
The Conference is being
sponsored by the Florida Council
on Aging \'dele Graham, wife of
Florida Gov Robert Graham, li
serving as honorary chairperson
of the Conference
MIAMI BEACH Dr. Sarn
Bnmn. a former journalist ami
representative ol the ^ncan
Jiwiah Congrsst. began
organizing tours of Jewish points
of Interest some 13 yeare ago
"I Started the tours on a lark
Mid Brown Browne lark turned
out to be more than that In.
tOUT, now are so UCOMSful they
include Nee York. Philadelphia
and Miami Beach
THE DAI LONG bus and
walking tours emphasize the
diversity ol Jewish Ufa and the
richness of Jewish culture The}
provide the beak knowledge that
Brown feels most Jews lack in
knowing their roots and
traditions
The tour* help us to know
who we are. what we are and
what we're
Brown
The Miami Beach lour
presenu diversity of Jewish
institution., each with its own
traditions, synagogues and
history.
Points of Interest on this tour
include the Cuban Hebrew t irrle
Congregat.on. which according to
Brown is Americas first
organized Cuban Hebrew
congregation;- a visit to a mui
N-h a bathhouse for ritual purili
cation, the Hebrew Academy, the
leading Hebrew educational
facility in the Soulhea-4 temples
Fmanuel. Israel and Bel h
Sholom. the oldest synagogue or.
Miami Beach. Beth Jacob, which
has been designated as hieton.
site; the Chabad House, where
Hassidic Jews participate in
U.S.-Israel Commerce
Group Sets Luncheon
. a ....... .i *. in
'FashionSpree' Due
At Bayfront Park
FashionSpree' has prac-
tically become a by-word in
thousands of Hade Count)
homes This years bargain
hunting event will be held Jan
23-26.
Calls come in to the Miami
office of the National Council ol
Jewish Women INCJWI
throughout the year requesting
information on dates. Customer
registration lists include ad
dresses in Alaska and England
Proceeds from the
I ashionSpree go to support the
cere program at the South
DacV Jewish Community Center.
the d.iv care program at Temple
Barcelona
Premier
Season
The Barcelona Hotel. Miami
Beach, under the management of
the Davidman family, announces
its premier season.
The kashrut supervision is
O U Glatt
Lester Rhine of New York,
director of activities, advises that
all activities in the hotel and pool
area have started and will feature
daily evening entertainment
including games, movies, shows
and dancing.
Daytime activities include
shuffle board, basketball, ping
pong, an Olympic-size pool, and
three outdoor paved tennis
courts.
The hotel offers three meals a
day with an outside patio for
lunch.
Luxury Weddings
Are Specialty
Fete Accompli, a luxury'
wedding service, has opened in
Miami with the aim of preparing
marriages with a minimum of
effort spent by the bride and her
family.
The new firm, headed by
Sandra Chiszar and Roberta
Klein, performs a variety of
services including invitations,
floral designs. musicians,
photographer. transportation,
gifts and any other details the
bride may wish.
Fmanuel on Miami Beach, the
Parent Resource Center, and the
Crisis Nurser) Center
NCJW, a non-profit charitable
organization, sponsors the three-
da) fund raising event at
Baj front Park Auditorium
Volunteers collect price, sort,
clean and store merchandise lo
prepare for FashionSpree which
supports NCJW's multi-faceted
community sen ice programs
FashionSpree translates into
mountains of merchandise,
custom-made furniture designer
clothing, all available tor modest
budgets at 8 fraction ol original
i osl
One year, a customer lx>ught .
Picasso print for $3 Knottier
discovered after appraisal, that
her inexpensive necklaci was
madeol oriental pearN
Shmuel Ben Tovim. the newlv
appointed director of the
Government of Israel fta*
Center and member of the Ira.i.
Commission to the I nited
stales will be the gUSSl sp.aker
for the Jan 15 luncheon of the
America Israel Chamber of
Commerce. Florida region
The luncheon, which will take
place on Tuesday at noon at the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Miami will foCUS 00 the current
economic situation in Israel and
Auxiliary Lunch
The monthly luncheon meeting
ol the Women i \usiliarj ol the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home tor
the Aged will be held at noon on
Wednesday, Jan 23, at the
Delano Hotel Further in-
formation ma) be obtained by
calling Mrs Sylvia Keller
ORT Chapters
Art Auction
Soul hwest i haptet ol
Women's Vmerican "ll'l will
hold an an bui t ion H
.!..; Jan lii Bl !f> -'lit h
west Ji Cenlei
SW 102 Av<
I In pre\ lew will bi p m
w uh i he auction to be held
p m I k*nation is .>i
. relevance to ^merieans in-
ter* sled in the su.r\i\al of Israel
through its economy
Ben Tovkn coordinates the
nporl and trade activiliee ol
Israel from the Trade (enter
headquarters m New York and
oversees the commercial ac
tivities ol the regional offices ,r.
Chicago. Los \ngcl.-. Boston.
Houston. Philadelphia and
\tl.inta
The lunch.-on is open
members and friends ol
Chamber
to
the
daily forums, a Sephardic Jewish
Center; and the Yiddish theater
AT BACH Stop, there is
usually a represent at i\e to
discuss the place of inter,
encourage questions and pnn ui,
answers
Throughout the tour. Brown
tells ethnic jokes and leads
group m Jewish songs pertinent
to the sights
It s a learning experien,
seeing and listening.
Brown "We also learn to ap
predate
Mthough diverse in its .1.m
population. Brown also impress..
upon sightseers that Miami
Beach is a community that i
about its elderly and its youth
During the tour, he dfacusses
\ariou programs the cit\ ha*
begun and participates in to
nurture its community
Brown has hosted youn|
college studenta, sisterhoods nd
non-Jewish groups Fact
ma\ have up to 46 men ben
traveling by bus with a Sti |
lunch, which is not in.
the 18 package Individuals n ...
bIm lake the 'our when gl
not till up
BROW N is
throughout the tours and
the most challenging quest
come (mm the younger p.
who raise extremelv tl
questions conterning
But Brown loves it
\\ here Ne can I fllX
captive audience to lieu
... s ,ind mv eingu.
Brow n

Steven Dubbin, Ph.D.
announces the opening
of his Psychology Practice
specializing in (ieetalt and
other Humanistic approaches to
Individual and Group therapy
Hours by 7100 Biscayne Boulevard
Appointment Miami, Florida 33138
(305)759 2446
Hudson County Club of NJ.
The Hudson County Club of
\cw JerseV in Florida has two
meetings scheduled for January
On Thursday. Jan IT.
Vmerican Savings and Loan.
1200 Lincoln Kd 7 16 p m I)r
Robert I) Weits, psychologist
will speak on What Slakes You
Tick '"
>* served
On Wednesday Ian
ington S.i\ ings, 633 NI
St Ben Zuger and his musical
, ompanj w ill perform
U, freshments w il
after both meet ings
\ Valentine part) at the
Vmericana Hotel will be held
Sunday. Feb 1(1. 7 p.m., with
dinner dance and a show
Broad Family Funds Arts Series
Shepard Broad, chairman of
the fxiard of American Savings
and I/oan Association, and his
family are funding the first
annual Barry College Series for
the Performing Arts scheduled
early this year.
Broad, chairman emeritus of
Barry College, and his wife Ruth,
their son Morris N. Broad,
president of American Savings,
and their daughter Ann Bussel
will continue a long association
Aliyah Hadassah
Aliyah chapter of Hadassah is
having its monthly meeting on
Jan. 15. at the Kings Creek
Village Community Center at
7:45 p.m. Dr Howard Goldberg,
a local plastic surgeon, will hold a
self-improvement workshop on
how to get rid of unwanted
bumps. All members and their
guests are invited
with Barry College bv providing
tin funds toward t he expenses of
the series ol four varied par
forming groups
Upbeat Singles
\ social hour with wine and
cheese will precede the next
meeting of Upbeat Singles,
starting at 7 K) pm Jan 13. at
Temple Judea Social Hall. 5500
(ranada Blvd. There will be a
discussion. Communicating
with Each Other, followed by
dancing. For additional in-
formation, call Sally Zuckerman.
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<} Have you ever heard
of a place in Paris (hat
sells designer clothes at a
discount' A friend just
returned with a fantastir
wardrobe and he said he
hought famous designer
labels at really good
prices Infortunately. he
diHsn I remember the
street or address since a
business acquaintance
took him there. I am
going to Paris in January
on a business trip and my
wife is really binding me
to bring back some ex-
pensive goodies at
bargain priced.
\ January in bargain
month in Paris when it
cornea to designer clotboa
That's the month you can
shop al > ves St. Laurent.
' trail] and Dior and pav
only half price Chock
newapapsra for those
seasonal sales \s (or
'discount'' houses, try
Rue St Antoine. Paris -4.
tor good savings on half a
dozen labels Also. Toutaa
Ciriffes Dahoraa, 76 Rue
Sainl I kmimique. Paris 7
for .i scltserv lev shoe bar
with impressive labels, tr\
I l hoppe lOS.RueMoul
lard, Pans 5 Shops arc
open between 10 a m and
|> m Tuesdays through
Saturdays. Patrons are
almost all French Some
ol the merchandise is
classified as "seconds.'' 90
Public Notices
INTMECIBCUIT
COURT FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORID/
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number BS.II
Oivn.onOl
IN RE KSTATEOF
VMK KOSENSTEIN
I S-. eased
notice or
ADMINISTRATION
" AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
1 I AIMS OR DEMANDS
iAINST THE ABOVE
\TE AND ALL OTHER
I KILSONS INTERESTED IN
rHE ESTATE
''"' ARE HEREBY
v'TIMED that tht ad
ration of the MUtt of
UJE KOSENSTEIN deceased
Kile Number SO-So. la pending
Circuit Court for Dad*
I) Florida. Probate
m the address of which
Ida County Courthouse 3rd
rl West Klagler Street
Klonda 33130 The
lUJ representative of the
GEORGE ROSEN
' addrvaa li i M
'. Drue HeverK
California The nanv u I
tha per
'' attomev an
' inj i laimi or
l the i i!.- An-
WITHIN TURK!
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HIRST PIH
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nuat be in
: nuat ind
i.in iii.- name
' -or
'"
1 II the laimis
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dua ahaii be
laim......n
mliqunlaleil the
w uncertainty shall
'' th.- claim u
"i tn.- ,,, unl> ^^n br
noed Th.- la.mant shall
' aufdclam copies of the
:"ih-clerk to enable ,nr
" "> l<> mail one copy to each
U npresentatlve
1 Persona intereated in the
UJ atom a copy of thia
"" "f Admimatrmtion haa
"'ailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
: M THBJ DATE OK THE
_J fT I't'HI.K-ATION OK
"W NOTICE to rile any ob
;mm.ii, uiry may have that
"m. ne.es the validity or the
"''"< will, the quallflca
11 ll- personal repreaen
"i the venue or jurta
''"i or the court
AM. U.MM.S DEMANDS.
.....JKCTIONS NOT SO
i.;,;,;;,,:"' *******
,,""'" the f,rst publication
\.,,mi '"*, Notice of
'''I1"1 J-n H.itNU
f:u|tOER08EN8TCIN
'^""1 Representative
,,,:'. "'e Estate of
vuKROSENSTEIN
"'" Kln.U 33134
.....Wl4S.TSl
look your purchases over
Careful!) No returns or
credits it you change your
mind once you lease the
stores
9 In
businessuoman who must
fly frequently Food on
board most flights is not
what I should be eating to
maintain a si/e 8. I
sometimes Find myself
rating two meals a day in
the air and after a week in
the skies, my si/e has
changed to 1(1 I work for
a dress manufacturer and
my job depends on
wearing his samples I
have tried ordering ahead,
but there have been so
many dip-up* Also. I
can't always order the day
before because my flight
plans frequently change
at the last minute
A. Ever trv brown
bagging the flight It a .,
great solution when you
don't have the six hours
Some airlines require tor
advance reservations of
special foods It works I
stop at a local deli or in
the hotel coffee shop, have
i
i
-Jan u. ih. ibmo
Public Notices
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE
STATUTE
STATE OK KLORIPA
CtH-NTYOKDADK 11
The undersigned under oath.
aaya It la the intention of the
undersigned to engage m a
bualneaa enterpriae under the
fictitious name of j d KIT
I", ated at 2820 SV. 1 Avenue In
the city of Miami Hade
County Florida 331 28
Those interested in said
.nt.-rpnse. and the extent of
the interest of each is aa
fl>l|MM -.
John M Horn isauto
Pi ratdenl i aurnatu
Dennis E Brill
I i aignalui.
Ian n :-
K.-h 1 | Ban
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Cat* No 10 134 Div
GENERALJURISOICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
Mil ro.NI IEIU KM VN
Plain till
v -.
Bit \I>KORI> I i COPKLAND4
SANDRA IND HIS
AlKr KIDELITY
UORTii v. !E LI IMP v\ Y l IF
lJE( Ri.: \ i...
poi at nil
re K1DEU IV MORTU tOE
COMP v\Y OKUEORQIA
Ki ink Bui i I
v li.- Prealdent
BO Interstate North
Atlanta. Georgia
YOl ARE NOT1KIED that
an a. lion to foreclose a mor-
igage on the following
described property In Dad*
County Klonda
l.-i a in lllock 13 of
P VI VIi .ND ESTATEI
elltST ADDITION. ac
> oi.ling to the flat thereof.
a* iv. oi .led in Plat Hook SO
at Page M. at the Public
KacoruB of Dade County.
Kloi ida together with the
improvements thereon, and
.ill nit- luiiushings. fixtures
ami equipment now or
In-1 e.i 11 e i contained
llu-i em
haa iH-eii tiled against you and
>ou jir i.-quired to serve a
. up) of your written defenses.
if any. to it on S lllalr Koaa.
P A Attorney for Plaintiff
arnoaa addraaa is iwt nw 7th
Sii.-vl Miami. Klonda 33128.
on 01 before the 15 day of
Kebmary IBNO. and file the
urlglmJ v illi Hie Clerk of IhU
Court, otherwise, a default will
! entered .tgainat you for the
i.-li.-i .lem.ui.1eil in the com
ulalnl
WITNESS my hand and the
^ .il ol Hum Court on the8thday
of January ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Cm-uit Court
ll> \ A llewelt
,iv'.-i Jan II. ia. JB.
h -!> I 1BN0
them pack my hard boiled
eggs (or what have you),
ami pass v. hen the
stewardess hands out the
trays However, most
airlines will provide
special dietary meal
sen ice and the ady ance
notice varies from I to 1_'
hours
United Airlines. t,,r
instance, just ilsks for
lour hours and oilers a
choice oi bland, diabetic,
gluten tree, high protein,
low calorie. low
cholesterol, vegetarian or
low sodium Some airlines
even serve Hindu. Kosher
Muslim. Oriental, Soul
Food and Weight Wat-
chers but they want 24
hours notue Check with
the airline you will be
flying You'll be surprised
how easy it is to fly ,uid
stay slim
Q. We're exchanging
our home with a Kuropean
Public Notices
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January n :
INTME CIRCUIT
COURT FOR DAOE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO t3l
DIVISION o:
INRt ESTATE OF
SRI Ml 1
Ni IT1CE OF
vdminis rn v noN
IRr HEREBY
I I p: I > ,i
lab
"
id* Co int) k it
i omm ,;
rding Th.- namei and
.i.ldi eases of the Pen
Keureaentat Ivei arc
in\ '.I.is <;ki MET sit.vv ;n
k Rebel Trail NW Allanta
tieoigla S0S27 and MILDRED
:i: MET 0l Collins
Vvenue Api t \ Rai li.irhoui.
Kloi Ida SSISrl
VOI LRE HEREBY
NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED
to tile any claim* and demands
luili you may have against
llie Kstale, any challenge to the
* alldlty of tlie Will admitted for
probate, or any objection to the
qualifications of the Personal
Kepivsentatlves. venue or
juiistlulnm of the Court. ALL
WITHIN THREE 111 MONTHS
KKOM THE DATE OK THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OK
ntl.s NOTICE WITH THE
CIKCCIT COCRT OK DADE
COUNTY AT 73 West Klagler
Siivet. Miami. Klonda
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
AND OHJECTIONS NOT SO
KII.ED WIIJ. HE KOREVER
MARRED
Kirst publication of this
Notice is on the 11 day of Jan .
I WO
PHYLLIS GRUMET
SHAVIN. As Personal
KeprrsenUtlve of the
EsUteofSAMCRt'MET
1 >.-.eased
MILDRED ORUMET. Aa
Personal Representative
of the Estate of
SAM ORUMET, IVceased
BROAD ANDCASSEL
Attorneys for
PeraonaJ RapraaawtaUvaa
I MS* Kane Coiuoume
ii.iv Harborlaiand.FLSSIM
I'hone .105 H 1000
My Richard H Brelt
anal January 11. IK. laao
familv for a couple of
weeks and wonder if there
are certain things we
should do to make it
easier on them when the)
come into our house We
live in the suburbs and
l heir house is in London.
o it will be quite a change
'r them Any
-uggcstions \\ ,- ,iri. a|so
exchanging uae of cars.
\ You might want to
trll your neighbors, so
the) welcome the British
with a cup ol tea and a
' >Ste ol suburban
hospitality Have you
altered your car insurance
compan) and your
household insurers to
make sun- everything is
covered for every even-
tuality? Be sure to empt)
closets ,md dressers and
stow >our own things in a
loset out ol the wav
1.1 ave .i notebook with
emergenc) teleph
numbers doi tor. dentisi
You might also wanl i.
leave a map and
telephone nil I
repairs like plumber
\n empty fridge
much ol a well ome, s,, i
would stock
staples to gel them
through the first day or
so, .ind in- sure to leav. al
i two sets -it kej s lor
house and i ar
Your British coun-
terpart is probably
wnd.-ring through I he
same s,-t of questions, and
I m wondering w het her
you II cross mid air (.r
meet in London at the
airport Most exchai
scr\ ices set up a meet ing
someu here along the line
- is know how it works
out
Business Notes
NEW YORK Shareholders of IDB Bankholdmg orporat ion
-.rniteci a. their general meeting held in Tel Aviv, approved the
iSSTmiS ^^r1 KU-l'k SPIU ? IvK bSrd of
cl.r^tors. so that on March two ordinary shares will be Lssued for
every five ordinary shares and two B shares will be issued for even
Hvs H shares outstanding of record Jan Is. I960
Kantor Appointed: Charles Kantor. president of Central National
Bank of Miami, has been appointed task force chaiimn of the Small
Business Council of the Greater M.ami Chamber of Commerce
r.conomic Development Action Committee
Kantor stated that the Councils goals included the promotion of
efforts to attract new business and industry to Uade County while
businesset0 Stablllze and P"""01* the growth of existing local
bmed with serv.ee to the college and the community m"
Named was_ Gela Gorinaky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Isaac
Uunnsky. a 19<. graduate of Hebrew Academy. Miami Beach An
accounting major, she entered Touro wit h advanced standing based on
work she had done at Miami-Dade Community College while still in
nigh school
Sen JackD Gordon, president of Washington Savings and
Loan Association ol Florida, announces the appointments ol the
following employees t officers under the title ol mortgagi
lending branch managers
Craig Lassen with the mam office on Miami Beach Rick
Marson in the new.) opened Kendall office and Mark Connollv
in t he I fully wood office
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7f 1SS47
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INRE <
KI.IKST Kl.Kl R
Petitioner
.in.i
BETTY I. ST KI.Kl'R.
Respondent
TO HKTTY I.
ST KI.KCR.
residence unknown
YOt ARK HKRKHY NOTI
PIED lhat an action for
Dissolution of Marriage haa
boon filed against you and you
.or required to serve a copy of
y.Mii written defenses. If any. to
n on BENNETT n KITLTZ.
KSg attorney for Petitioner
arhMM address Is Avenue. Miami. Kl and file
the original with the clerk of
Hie above styled court on or
before Kebruary IS. 1SS0,
.iili.-i-wi.te a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
svcuUva weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Klonda on this 8 day of
January. 1980
ItiniAHIH' MRINKK.R
AsClerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Klonda
Hy Karlren I'reece
As IVputy Clerk
.in. ml Court Seal)
ie-.iK7 Jan II. 18. 25.
K.'b I 1080
Michael A. "Mickey" Mills
has been elected to fill a new
seat on the board of directors
of Washington Savings and
Loan Association of Florida.
Mills is a senior partner in the
law firm of Schlanger, Cook.
Cohn, Mills and Grossberg,
which has offices in Miami
Beach and Houston.


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h
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74 4341
IN UK ESTATE OF
F.TN \ ROSENTHAL
I .t-.iS.-ll
NOTICE Or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
Cl AIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IV
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
ETNA ROSE NTH AL.
del eased. Kile Number 79-9S41.
..- i ndlng In the Circuit Court
for Dade County Florida.
Probate Division, the address
hi which l Dade County
Courthouie. 73 West Flagler
Street Miami. Florida 33130
The personal representative of
the estate Is ERICH
ROSENTHAL whose address Is
1900 Hay Road. Apartment
HtWv Miami Beach. Florida
The name and address of the
personal representatives
illnnievare set forth below
All persons having claims oi
demands against the estate an
leuuired. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PLBLICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
rill the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
aim or demand they may
Each claim must be In
w nting and must indicate the
lor the claim, the name
i.ldress of the creditor or
hil agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
:k'I yel due the date when it
will become due shall be
stated If the claim is con
tingent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be slated If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
i laini 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 OF THE
FIRST PI BUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob-
ons they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent'! will, the qualtflca
I the personal represen
tatlve or the venue or juris
diction of ihe court
MX CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
D WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
I this Notice of
Administration January 11.
1MB
ERICH ROSENTHAL
\- I raonal Representative
of the Estate of
ETN\ROSENTHAL
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
HENRY NORTON
Suite 13M Biscayne Building
10 West -treet
florid* SSI SO
; hone 374-3116
Januarvll. 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 74 11403
Complaint For Damages
FRANK LOJACONOand
ROSE LOJACONOas
friend and
parents of
MARC LOJACONO
Plaintiffs
and
DONALD WORSTER and
STATE FARM FIRE
and CASUALTY COMPANY
TO DONALD WORSTER
Residence I'nknown
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a complaint for
, gm has been filed against
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
if any. to It on
SI WLEY E GOODMAN
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
tddn NV" 2nd Street
Miami, Florida, and file the
uil with the clerk of the
-t vied court on or before
8, 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
(Oi the relief demanded in
mplaint or petition
This notice shall be published
one* each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH Kl.oKIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of sanl court at Miami
Florida on this 28 day of
nber. 1079
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By E Telia
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal i
0K369 Jan 4. 11. IS. 29. 19*>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-S72S
Division 91
IN RE ESTATE oh
JACOB MEYERS
I lax eased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO A1X PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR "EMANTVS
AGAINST THE ABOU
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE _.
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of JACO"
MEYERS, deceased. File
Number 79-S72S. Is landing In
the Circuit Court for DAD*.
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
u DADE COUNTY COl RT
HOUSE 73 West Flagler
str.et Miami. Florida The
personal representative of the
, 1. SARA MENSCHEV
FREUND w hose address Is 42
Georgia Drive. Wayne. New-
Jersey 07470 The name and
address of the personal rep
resentatlve s attorney are set
forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS EROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to (lie with the clerk of the
above court a written stale
i,lent of any claim or demand
thev 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
lornev. 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
uncertaintv shall be stated If
the claim is secured, the
secunlv shall be described
The c'laimant 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
.-state to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
EROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE In file any
objections they may have that
, hallenge the validity of the
. lent s w ill the
qualifications of the personal
. tentative or the venue or
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\ND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED wu l. BE forever
BARRED
Date of the first publication
,,| this Notice of
Administration Jan 4 19*
iR I Ml- n JCHENFREUND
\> Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JACOB MEYERS
eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
KEITH W SAKS
SM U'Jeune Road
No 401
onda 33134
i-hone 446 3011
Jan 4 11. 10KO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 74-171J3 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage ol
MARIA EMILIA ROLCO
Petitioner,
and
Gl STAVOROl CO
'SANTA,
Respondent
TO GUSTAVO ROUCO
BA8ANTA
Calls 63
Numen>20-AO3
Buena vista
Marianao Cuba
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
that an action for DIs
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
serve a ropy of your
a r it ten defenses, if any. to it on
MEI.VIN J ASHER. attorney
lUtlOnei hose address Is
\\ lUl Street. Suite 407
Miami Florida 33139. and file
rlglnal with the clerk of
- styled court on or
eb 8. 1980. otherwise a
lit will be entered against
you lor the relief demanded in
the l omplamt or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal of said court at Miami.
li Oil this 28 day of
nber. 1970
RICHARD I1 BRINKER
\- Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
('in ml Court Seal i
Jan 4. 11. 18 29 19A0
NOTICE OF AC'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE ShRVICE
(NO proper:Yi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 7* 17144
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA T GONZALEZ
Petitioner
and
L1BARDO GONZALEZ.
Resit TO 1.1 HARDO GONZALEZ
R. ildance I'nknown
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses If any to It,
on CARLOS M MENDEZ.
ES0, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2989 W 4th
Avenue, Hlaleah Florida.
33012. and file the original with
the clerk of the styled court on
or before February 8. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four corv
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLOR1D1AN. MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of laid court at Miami.
Florida on this 28th day of
December 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal'
Carlos M Mendel. Esq
2089 W 4lh Avenue
Hialeah. Fla 33012
Phone i 3091 889 9376
Attornev for Petitioner
08367 Jan 4. 11. 18.29 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
ling to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Howard Family s Trusts al
1401 Hi H kell Avenue Sulte6P8.
Miami Florida 33131 Intel
register said name with the
ill Court of
i*!!.t) Florida
Julie's Truat l
Julie Trust II
Ellen's Trust I
Ellen's Trust II
I H-borah s Trust I
I leboratl Trust II
PACKMAN NEUWAHL
t, Ri sSl NBERl ;
rneyi tor
< rd's Family's Trusts
BBSTI Jan 4 11 ]M 29 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7* 40at
IN RE ESTATE OF
HERTHA ABRAHAMS. >N
IVceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ME AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of hf.rtha
ABRAHAMSON deceased
NumberTS 9088 i pending
in the On ult Court for 1 lade
County Florida Probate
Division the address of which
i- 73 W Flagler Street Miami
Florida SSl SO The pen-onai
tentative of the estate Is
HARRY I. BASSETT. whose
address li MOO AmerMrst
Bldf One SE 3rd Ave Miami
F ,.i 331.11 The name and
,s. of the personal
. | reset lal I s attorney are
All personi hat nig claims oi
demand! againsl the estate are
ired WITHIN THREl
MONTHS l- ROM THE DATE
oh THE FIRST PUBLIC A
N OF THIS NOTICE
with the Clerk Of the above
murt a wntten statement of
lemand they may
Each claim must be in
* rUtag Militate the
laJm, the name
aj\>1 .i : -
his agent or attorney and the
amount claimed If the < laim Is
nol yel due, the date when It
will due shall be
I II the claim is .on
- nt nr unliquidated the
naluri .m ertainty shall
i stated II the claim is
secured the security shall be
.it rtbed The i laimant shall
deliver luffli of the
r k to enable the
i lelk ton. -p\ to each
pel : i | 11 .-
ah pan In the
p) ii( this
Nolli ol Administration has
Italk are required
within THREE months
I- RI >M IIII-. DATE OF THE
FIRST PI BUCATION OF
mi.- notice to file an} ot>
j.. i it iris, the) may have that
challenge! the validity of the
dent i win in.- qualtflca
lions of the persotiar repl
lalive or the venue or juris
da turn oi the court
\l,l. claims DEMANDS
\nd OBJECTIONS MH so
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
I Ml.- of the first publication
ol this Notl.e of
Administration Jan i9ti
Harry I. Baxaett
\- Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HERTHA ABRAHAMSON
ATTORNEY For PERSONAL
i.ll RESENTATTVE
HARRY I. BASSETT
Bldg
I I
; .li
Mil
Jan 4 U. lf*M
NOTTCE OF ACTION "
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne SO- 4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The marriage of
CARMEN RODRICfOsBI
Petitioner Wife
RODRIGUEZ,
Respondent Husband
I,i H'SERODRIC.LEZ
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NirTI
FIED that an action for
lullun of Marriage has
filed against you and you
,. required to serve a ropy ol
your written defenses If any. to
it on
v Koea. Attorney at Law, i a
attoni.N for P. tltloner whose
..ddress.sim NW12U1 Avenue.
M,.,,, Florida 33138. and 'tie
,he original voth the clerk of
kbove stvled court on or
before February 2nd 19*0
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive week, in THE JEW
I8HFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this I day of
January 19*0
RICHARD F BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG S Car lie
Al Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal I
A KOSS ATTORNEY
ATI-AW P A
KU NW 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 33126
Tel (30S1328A644
Attorney for Petitioner
OK371 Jan 4.11. 18. SB. 19W
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 79 17914 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
PATRICK A ROSECRANS
Petitioner Husband
and
SI SAN A ROSECRANS
Respondent Wife
TO SUSAN A ROSECRANS
6930 Northwest
166 Street
Miami Florida
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been died against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
. written defenses ifany 10
It on ARTTU'R H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner whose
. i! is IBIS Northwest 167
Itreel Suite llu-B. Miami Fl.
wild file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or belore February I960
otherwise a default will be
entered against VOU for the
ralktl demanded In the com
r petition
WITNESS my hand and the
. ., Mil at Mian-,;
Florida 'his ; day of
. -nli.-r 1979
RICHARD I BRINKER
\.i 'lert Cir> nit C
Dade County Florida
B) i 1 ''
- rk
Jan 11. IS. SB ISM
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 7* 171J4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
: n RE The marriage of
GEORGE ME RILL'S
Petitioner Husband
and
ENIDE MER1I.1 9
potident W iff
NOTICE BY PI BI.ICA m IN
Yoi ENIDE MERILL'S
pita Im
- 'on< eptioti Port 1 >e
hereby notified
lO aerw a lUr Answer
to the Petition For Dteaoi
Marriage diet! against you
upon Husband attorney
UEORGE NICHOLAS Es
QUIRE 612 NW :.th Avenue
Miami Florida S3136 and file
-ngirial with the Clerk of
the Court on or before
February" ll>" itherwisethe
Petition Will be i oofessed by
DATED this 28 day of
. mbei i97
Rll hard P Honker Clerk
B) i 'lartnda Brown
I it-pop, Clerk
IBM
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN S
SALE
Hereby ) thai by
virtue oi Chapter ITS Florida
Slatu t ei annotati i IM I
Warel I Ware
housi wherein v
MOV Ulf A Stoi .? I '.i I-
Florid ithjn b> virtue
ol It! wan hou -'
-sum I hi I ..w Inf
' rl)
H l/it 1443
as tlo pi Mr Walt
Mai.lt i I. Man-
lei a' known
W 9th
Lam H
thai on the 34Hh ol Januarv
i*- gal hours
"I '. aeen
li i hi m
"' at the under
ale
I
h in h.i/id the nl).
Mi
'
' this
lanuar) IBM
Jan
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case NO 74S444FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CARLOS ARE1.I.AS
Ai.MARAABELl.AS ,
TO AI.MARA ABEIJ.AS
AM E Lipplncott Street
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
rot M'.l- NOTuTIED that
an action for Dissol t TION
OF MARRIAOE has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a on <' your
written answer and defenses If
.im tn It on DANIEL
OAI LI P EfK) plaintiff s
Bttornoj wtioae addrsai la SSM
Salre.1oStreet Suite 3(U Corsl
Cables Florida 33134 on or
he fore February l*10 nd
file the original with the clerk
of this court either before
I on plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter.
otherwise a default will be
entered against y relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on December
M 1979
Richard P Hnnker
Oerk of the Court
B) M J Hartnett
AsIVputyOerk
i\4 DX 38 1B7S.
Jan 4. II. 16. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
0IVBN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
st NSET I.ICHTtNi; W ARE
HOUSE OIT1JJCT at 4716 SV*
72nd Avenue Miami Dade
COunlJ Florlila intend to
register said name with the
nerk of the Circuit Court of
I>ade Count) Florida
hfiu\ij-:y d hi sh
edward carlo
ROBERT BE Al CHAMP
Joseph DtBARTOLOMJ 0
Altai nej lor parties
MOD Bird Road
Miami Florida S31S6
an
Jan 11 1 36
Feb 1 IBAO
fSJUIILL O..WW
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
ilIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
SERAPH PROlHtTloNS at
,imn SW 77 Court. Davle
Florida 33314. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dale A Hill Jr
Vice President
Seraph Inr
JAV1TS A KARP
Attorneys for
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la I vice president
Can Jewish Con-
Monday. Dec. 31,
Me is survived
ma; a son. Ivan;
Children.
'ho was vice
Ithe Bristol-Myers
an artist whose
thibited in some of
lajor galleries, first
red in the American
Jewish Congress Over ten years
ago. as a result of his interest m
furthering Jewish art and
culture.
L*VaWa was elected a vice
president of the American Jewish
Congress at its national con-
vention in 197fi He also served as
vfca chairman of the National
Council on Art in Jewish Life,
which was founded hv thi
American Jewish Congress
1962
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in
land.
75. a founder and
of Mount Sinai
i-r. died Sunday at
tal s blood bank is
him and his wife
a Mt. Sinai Founder, Dies
with the hospital since 1968.
Besides his wife, he leaves a
brother. Jack, and sister. Hannah
l.udwig.
Services will be in Penn-
sylvania. Riverside Chapel
handled arrangements.
| 3 A resident of Miami 33
H) from Middle Villa**.
a* a member of the
light Maaonlr 1-odj-e. life
number MB American
iMusit-lans. life member of
Ti'ilrraUon of Musician*
f>5 member of the Miami
llors and local realtor
p raiser and member at
Survived by wife Koir
]vin daughter* Mrs
i .ii .hi and Mrs Gladys
r grandchildren. Marsha
Michael. Steven. Scott.
I ind MolII. three (Treat
Michael. Jodl and
I aervicea were held Jan
L'**rside Interment was at
11 Vmrtery Miami
: rnpano Beach. Jan Mr
. M hi* home in South
thr past 30 yean coming
Iphia Surviving are two
Hlorider of Pompano
H.-rnard Blonder of
* *Uter. Dora Kiahman
three (randchlldren and
y. grandchildren Funeral
held Wednesday at
mi liome with Interment
1 Memorial Hark
\ .n. Jan He was a
-^ years, formerly of
a the husband of Becky
It Miami Beach, father of
|t'.:i of Israel and Chicago
I Mirritngar. Gall Rubin.
hruk and Mlchal Kubln
irter of Sarah. Samuel.
i'hllllp. Joseph and Moe
i Service* were held
in Memorial Chapel
II lakeside Memorial
II 'an n Formerly
had been a resident
war* He supported
1 J A and impmv ing
ind rnethiMt* for the
in Tel Aviv Svir
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daughter*
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Jan 1
'" and North
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Fannie Miami Heach
OTTER
Mrs Fay M S. of N Bay Village, died
Jan 4 She was a resident here for 28
years, formerly of Philadelphia She
was the wife of Mitchell, mother of
Mark and Joan Kovnot. grandmother of
Matthew, sister of Bert Saltiburg. Leah
K.-l.tman. Al. Sam Hy. Ben and Marty
Mauler Mr* Potter was president of
the Garden Club of N Bay village, vice
president of the Sisterhood of the N Bay
Village Jewish Center, life member of
Ihe Cancer l-eague B'nal H nth.
Women > Cancer league. Hadaasahand
OUT Service* Sunday. Jan 6 at the N
Bay Village Jewish Center with en-
tombment at Mt Nebo Cemetery Kubln
Memorial Chapel In charge of
arrangements
MOOULL
Maxwell, of Miami Beach, died
Tuesday Formerly of New York City
He had been a member of the com
munlty for the past *4 yean He was the
owner of Mogull Music of Miami
Baach, operating both retail and whole-
sale since 1036 He was a member of the
i'J Assn past president of the National
Association of Watch A Clock Collectors
OaM Coast Chapter the Association of
Humanlatll Psychology. E S T
Gradual*, Founder of the Freedom
la-arning Center of North Miami Beach
and a supporter of the Hunger Project
rtl a a* the beloved father of Stephen
Mogull of Miami Beach and Nancy
Mogull Kllgman of Stamford. Conn .
brother of Charles Mogull N J and
N ^ and Itae Klausner. Mt Vernon.
N V and grandfather of Marc Jeffrev
Kllgman and Hubert Alan Kllgman
FuntraJ sarvlcea were Wednesday at
The Riverside
AKCI.MACHER Samuel. Miami
Beai fi lafl Rubin
FIELD8 Julius Al. 74 HaJlandale. Jan
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rtli Miami Bsai h Jan I Lavitt
a nstsln star of Dav id
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UBIN
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lery service personally arranged
^d conducted by
JRRATC N. RUBIN, F.D.
01 Alton Rood, Miami Beach, Florida
538-6371
Lillian Kubin. HO. a Miami
Heach philanthropist, died
Monday at St Francis Hospital.
Mrs. Kubin was a native of
New York and was a patron of
the Anti-Defamation I-eague and
M'nai B nth. A wing at St
Francis Hospital is named in her
honor.
KAPLAN
Abe. former jazz trumpet player. Jazz
musician, jeweler and 30-year resident
of Miami died Jan 3. after a lengthy
Illness He was 7 Mr Kaplan who
popularized the use of the English Cup
Mule for trumpets in the VS. played
with many jazz and dance bands during
the M'a and 30s He had been trumpet
player with the bands of Morey Pearl.
Paul Whiteman. Eddie Condon and Al
Handler Ills musical career Included
work in early sound films and as a
member of the band which accom
panled Sally Rand In the 1932 World's
Kan Mr Kaplan, who was born In New
York City and raised In Boston. pent
many years In Chicago before moving to
Miami in ii>*> In his later years. Mr
Kaplan was a local Jeweler He is sur
vlvsd by hi* wife. Frances Payne
Kaplan, his two children. Joseph
Kaplan and Marlon Renner. a
daughter In law. Helen, a son In law
Raymond Kenner and stepdaughter. Jo-
anne Richardson and five grand
children. Mitchell. Marcy. Robert and
Susan Kaplan and Irene (Mrs Steven I
Klltzner He 1* also survived by two
brother*. Leon of Brookllne. Mass and
Havid of W Koxbury. Mass. and a
sister. Helen il)r Irving I la-vine of
Newton Center. Mass Services were
held Sunday with Interment at Mt Nebo
Cemetery Miami The Riverside had
charge of arrangements
KAPLAN
Dorothy. 61. died Jan 3 A resident of
H..;. Harbor Island 23 years, formerly of
Pliilaih-lphia. Pa Survived by children.
Barbara Culdln. Barry Urossner. Paul
Kaplan and Karen Forester, seven
grand* hildren and one brother. Leonard
Kildmaii Services were Jan 6 St the
KivcrMde. with interment at Star of
Dat id Cemetery. Miami
SACHS
Samuel H of Miami Beach, died Jan 3
Me w a.s a resident here for 19 years,
formerly 01 New York He was the
l.illni ol Marion Hausman Crolsky of
Miami Beai h, brother of Millie Kramer
and brother in law of Arthur Kramer of
N.-a YorV grandfather of Ruth Persky
I New York and I .inda Small of Plan
tatioii Mr Sachs was a member of the
Morton Towers Men s Social Club
Services were held Sunday at Rubin
Memorial Chapel
GATT
II III Snider 75 Coconut Crove died
I.in I She had made her home here for
IM. DM) rears She had been a
merchant in Ooconul Qrova for many
' Her I .-hand Morn* died In 1064*
a..- the mother of Elizabeth
lleyman and mother in law of Allen I)
oi Hialeah and grandmother of Ken
wtii and Michael Services were held
Sunda ittiord t nerml Mom..
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Oeen frrry Ooy ClsieW S.sbstfl
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
She is survived by her
husband. Hy; sons. Milton (Jross
and Mori Kubin. daughters.
Harriet (ienson. Arlene
Dreyfuss. Muriel Levitz; a
brother. I^on Kadish; seven
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren
Service* were held Wednesday
at the Riverside.
HEIDT
Bemardlne M 81, North Miami Beach
Pec 30^ A resident of the community 21
years, formerly of New York She was
M chael and Ronald, both of North
Miami Beach. daughter in law of
Evelyn Ix>eb. Bay Harbor Island She
rTv Hae^r *Un' MrS N',,>' P' *
Bay Harbor, cousin of Mr and Mrs
Louis Engers of North Miami and had
other relatives In the Netherlands
Funeral services were held Dec Si at
M? STr* Chap" wUh "Unn.nt In
Mt Nebo Cemetery
HOLLANDER
ttorls. T9. Miami. Dec 31 She had made
her home here for the past 42 years
coming from New York City Surviving
are her sons Adoiph (Norms. Hollan
der Herman (Marlene I Hollander both
oi Miami, four grandchildren. Dr
Maury i Wendy i Hollander. Dr Amy
l Allen i Wolnerman. Lorrle Hollander
and Jeffrey Hollander and one great
granddaughter. Allssa Funeral ser
FTm.eT.'u h"d *>dne-y Gordon
r unersl Home with Interment in Mt
Nebo Cemetery
MANNING
Claire 81 Miami. Dec 30 She had been
a resident here for the past 30 years
coming from Philadelphia She was the
aunt of Fred Sandier of Miami and had
many other nieces and nephews Grave
side services and Interment were held
Jan 2 at Star of David Memorial Park
under the dlrecUon of Gordon Funeral
Home
CRACOVANER
Irving L a resident of Miami Beach for
20 years, formerly of New York, died
Jan 6 He was the husband of Myrtle,
father of Eugene and I>ols Newmark.
r.ian.llather and great grandfather
lefore retirement, he was an importer
in the textile Industry Funeral services
w .re held Tuesday at the Riverside
WEINTRAUB
la-na Stein. 96. North Miami Beach, died
Sunday She had been a Miami resident
for the past 40 years, coming from
Monad Pa She was a member of
Workmen s Circle Branch 699 Sur
vi\ing are two sons. Max Stein of North
Miami Beai h and Manuel Stein of
Hampton. Va two daughters Helen
Shapiro ol Miami and Esther Stein of
Pembroke Pines, seven grandchildren.
and two xreat grandchildren Service*
were held Tuesday at Gordon Funeral
Home with interment in Mt Sinai
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Pauline Levy
9401 E.
Broadview Drive
Bay Harbor Island?
She gave from her heart
and her pocket book
Pauline I.evv. who with her
husband Kdward was a
major benefactor of
numerous Detroit and
national non-profit in-
stitutions, was a woman
disinclined to boast Instead
of staking headlines and
social prominence, she
preferred to share the quieter
more dignified life with her
family. She was just one of
those kinds of people, said
her daughter. Mrs Janet
Aronoff She did nice kinds
of things for people and did
not want people talking
about it.
Mrs. Levy. 79. of Franklin.
Mich, died Monday at Mt
Sinai Hospital in Miami
Beach. Services were held
Wednesday at the Ira
Kaufman Chapel. 18325
West Nine Mile, Southfield.
Mich. With her husband,
who is a contractor. Mrs.
l^vy was the co-founder of
the Kdward C. and Pauline
I.evy F'oundation, which has
given generously to charities
and institutions in the fields
of health care, religion and
education. The foundation
beneficiaries have included
organizations as ethnically
div.-rse as the Jewish Home
for the Aged in Detroit and
the University of Notre
Dame.
Most recently she and her
husband founded a major
building addition under
construction at the
headquarters of the
Michigan Cancer Foundation
in Detroit. A spokesman for
the Foundation said Tuesday
that the new wing would be
part ot the environmental
Csvcinogenesis facility of the
Meyer Prentia Cancer
Center The amount ol the
^itt has not aa yet been
announced
Some "i the recipients <>t
the Levys generoaitj in
Detroit havi been thi Jevi ish
Communit) Center, the
I niversitv oi Mil I
Michigan State University
\\ ings .a Sinai and Ford
hospitals in 1 Detroit als<
I he Le\ J name
In respect foi Mi Levj s
feelings, her familj friends
and acquaintances wen
iss publiclv
,ii an> length their feelings
al tier death, bul what thej
ll.irr\ Chernin, 78, ol
Miami who said hi' had
known the Levys tor man)
j ears, called Mr- Lev) ont
oi the most wonderful people
I have ever known Sh<
of herself to ever) friend She
was kind in ever) possible
way She would never sa)
anything against anybod)
To have her as a triend was
an honor
Sol Drachler, the executive
director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation of
Detroit. called her a
gracious, charming, lovely
woman who was supportive
ol her family members as
individuals and in all
communal activities they
were involved in
Mrs Levy was a member
of Temple Beth-Fl in Detroit
She is survived by her
husband. Fdward C. Levy; a
son Fdward C. Levy, Jr.; a
daughter Mrs. Aronoff; six
grandchildren; a brother;
and two sisters.
Hurial was in Clover Hill
Park. Birmingham, Mich


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