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

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

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ewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
153 Number 3
TWO SKCTIONS
Miumi. Florida Friday. January- 18, 1980
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'Uncle Joe's' Tyranny
Recalled On His Centenary
|Bj JOHN MORRISON
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liur face in such un-
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on Friday. Dec 21.
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kind of ambivalence
I. presenl day Sn\ tat
stalin, the man who
./..-. I St,ilin
inspired terror and a kind of
religious idolatry until his death
in 1969
Praised during his lifetime as
mankind's greatest genius, the
DTI of a poor (ieorgian cobbler,
he was denounced as a t\rant hv
his successor Nikita Khnishche\
three years after his death.
KHRUSHCHEV'S secret
peach" to the 20th party con-
gress in 1956 toppled the demi-
god from his pedestal and set the
stage for condemnation of what
was euphemistically called the
personality cult."
The curtain was raised a little
on the mass terror which sent
millions of people to their deaths
in the vast network of prisons
and labor camps.
Symbolically, the embalmed
body of the dictator was taken
out of the Red Square mausoleum
where since 1953 it had rested
alongside that of Vladimir I>enin.
founder of the Soviet state.
FOR THE <>ld myth of Stalin's
infallibility. Khrushchev sub
stituted a new one of a man
who was not only evil but also an
incompetent who bungled
e\ ery thing.
Khrushchev i deataliniza-
t ion campaigns helped discredit
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Los Angeles Study
All tlew* are Rich:
Kcligiou* Ties Weakening
lu him TUGEND
' ii i'. S) ndit
- VNUEI IS Mora than
ten l-os Vngelee Jew i
hat the) were
ews, but few consider
' he foundation of their
ificat ion
,ir\ to stereotypes, most
lot wealthy, are not
r ta but professionals, are
11) radical and an' not
knish
I concluaioni are among
lial findings of a two-year
profiling the identities.
end bwhuvior of Los
Angeles Jewrj belie\ ed to be the
tirsi of its kind m the United
St.it.s With 172,000 members,
the Jewish communit) in the Los
Vngeles metropolitan area is the
second largest in the world,
lollow ing New 'i ork t 'its
< >N THE long range future of
the Jewish community, the news
ls lioth good and bad On the
negative side, the birthrate is
going down, although the decline
has been offset by large-seals
immigration from Israel, Iran
and Russia; intermarriage is
rising steeply, and only one out
of three Jews is affiliated with a
Jewish
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-\ nagiigue or
organize I ion
Mori- positively, there is a
strong and growing Jewish
iwareness among young
educe ted people, an over
whelming .n\ even militant
commitment to Israel. and
widespread support tor an in
creasing role by women in Jewish
religious and communal life
The Study, spanning four
generations, was commissioned
b) the University of Judaism and
led by Dr. Neil C. Sandberg. an
urban sociologist and western
regional director of the American
Jewish Committee, and Dr. Gene
N Levins, professor of sociology
at the University of California.
Los Angeles (I'CI-AI After a
canvass of 5.000 households in
five sections of Ixis Angeles, they
selected 413 families for in-depth
quest lonand-answer aoeaions.
each lasting one to two hours
IN AN interview. I)r Sanbcrg
cited the passing of the old
tightly knit neightxirhond and
the growing estrangement from
traditional institutions as
threatening steps on the road to
aaeimilation.
"Unless our present in-
stitutions synagogues,
federstions, fraternal
organizations humam/e
themselves, that is reach beyond
the established core to the young
and una ffilia ted, our heritage
ma) not be transmitted to future
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Middle East
Dangerous
AnewDayan
By BARBIE ZELIZER
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-
Former Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan said that the
Mideast situation is more
serious and potentially
dangerous than that de-
picted in the press. Dayan
spoke on the Israel
television program, Moked.
Citing the Soviet in-
vasionof .Afghanistan and
the turbulence in Iran as
examples of the volatile
Moslem world. Dayan
noted that the situation is
much more serious than one
thinks. But. he added, he
tli'.s not believe it will
bring about a clash between
the superpowers
is THAT light. Dayan said.
I. very, very important for
lei in defuse its conflict with
the Moslem world and making
progress on the autonom)
question would be one way of
doing that There are a number
local problems. including
autonom} whose quick solution
would remove us from the circle
ol those in conflict with the Mos
li'in world he said
\/ is/ii Dayan
former Foreign Mil
dismissed the view that the I S
snubbed Israel by not informing
Jerusalem ol the decision to
ail 'ms. in Egypt The
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without telling us they haw SI
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Collaboration
I French Helped Achieve
l Nazi 'Final Solution'
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTAI An expert on Nazi death
machinery told a Cologne court that no "final solution'
for French Jewry would have been possible without the
collaboration of French institutions and public-
organizations.
PROF. WOLFGANG SCHEFFLER of the Free
University of West Berlin, was testifying at the trial ol
three accused Nazi war criminals. Kurt Lischka. who was
head of the Gestapo in Paris during World War II:
Herbert Martin Hagen and Ernest Einrichsohn.
Scheffler stressed that his statement was mear
neither to clear nor to incriminate the defendants, but we
based on his research. He said the help given by French
institutions was indispensable to the Germans in their
efforts to liquidate Jews. As an example, he noted that in
OM wave of arrests 2.500 French policemen took part.
SCHEFFLER, who also testified for five hours, has
not \et saiil if he has information on whether the defer
dants knew what would be the final fate of the Jews tht
sent to concentration camps. This may be the decisix
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Leaders Mourn Meany's Passing
W tSHINGTON (JTAI -
Jewish community leaders joined
with other Americans of all ranks
in mourning the loss of George
Mean) who died last Thursday
after suffering a cardiac arrest at
the age of 85 at George
Washington I"niversity Hospital
He ret ind three months ago after
being president of the AFlrCIO
for 27 years.
"No American was more
devoted to Israel's freedom as an
independent Jewish State than
George Meeny," said Albert
Zack. who had been closely
MSOCiated with Meany for 22
wars as director of public
relations for the AFL-CIO. "If
proof were needed of Meany's
feeling for Israel, it was
e\ idenced in the innumerable
acts of association and devotion
to Israel, in his speeches, his
appeals to the Congress and his
|M-rsonal encouragement and
support to all Americans to help
Israel materially.'' Zack said.
A G(X)D friend of all Israeli
leaders through the years. Zack
pointed out that Meany
cherished among his doei
relationships his friendship with
Golda Matt*." Ironically, Friday
was Zack's last day as the
voice" of the AFL-CIO, since he
was retiring at age 62 His
successor is Saul Miller, director
of th. UI.CIO department of
publications since 1958, AFI.
Qtorgt Meany
CIO president Lane Kirkland
said
Richard Maass. president of
the American Jewish Committee,
said the Committee mourns the
paaaing of George Meany. a truly
great American whose lifetime
was devoted to enhancing the
dignity and welfare of working
men and women. American Jew-
are particularly indebted to him
tor his stalwart support in such
overruling issues as the security
of Israel, the plight of Soviet
Jewry, and the fight for the
preservation of human rights
t>\ erv where."
Maxwell Greenberg, chairman
of the Anti Defamation league.
and Nathan Perlmutter. r\DL
director. said in I statement.
We are proud to have fought
Shoulder U> shoulder with him in
the advancement ol aocial justice
for all people Throughout his
life, Mr Mean) forthrighU)
opposed all forms ol
totalitarianism, whether from the
nght or left Hi raa ataunch
defendei d! Kmerii an friendship
for Israel and was in the forefront
of the atniggk against anti-
Semitism everywhere I he
Jewish people, like the nation i i the world are bereaved
B'NAI H KITH president lack
Spitzer observed that Mean)
w.is always in the forefront for
the protection of minorities and
for the cause Ol So\ let JeWT) and
other oppress,,! people He wa-
an outspoken supporter of Israel
ami a vigorous opponent of all
forms ol bigotry, violence and
terrorism
In Israel Histadrul
general ^ eruham Meshel
described Mean) as gn
labor leader and friend ol Isi
He was a true democrat a fighter
for freedom and t"r aoi ial justice
He was a courageous man who
never hesitated i" voice criticism
of the Amen, an establishment
and Administrations when the)
v iolated the principles ol freedom
and Hist ice or harmed Israel
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Bonn's Last Hurrah?
Reparations an Embarrassing Problem
By DAVID KAN TOR
BONN (JTA) -
The Bonn government's
"last material gesture"
toward Jewish victims of
Nazism has been an em-
barrassing issue here for
several years. Last Dec. 14,
guidelines for an arrange-
ment to pay new repara-
tions were agreed upon
between the major political
parties. However, the
indications are that the
embarrassment will in-
crease.
Under the suggested formula,
Bonn will make available a total
of 440 milbon Marks over a
period of four years, of which 240
million Marks will be paid this
year. Of that amount. 40 million
Marks will go to the Central
Organization of Jewish Com-
munities in West Germany
(Zenlralrat). In each of the years
of 1982 and 1983. 100 million
Marks will be made available.
The bulk of the money is to go
to the New York-based Con-
ference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany, which
is to distribute it among sur-
vivors of the Holocaust.
The government of Israel has
reportedly reached an agreement
with the Claims Conference on
how and where a part of the
money will be invested. But no
details are as yet available.
THE IDEA of the "last
gesture" came up in the early
1970s after it was made clear that
many Jewish survivors of Nazi
persecution were not in a position
to forward their claims against
Germany in time to benefit from
the original reparation
agreement.
Most of the Jewish survivors
lived in the Soviet Union or other
East European countries when
the deadline for filing claims
expired: they were neither in-
formed nor legally able to take
the necessary measures in order
to get financial compensation for
Willy Brandt
suffering, or to recover property
plundered by the Nazis.
Former Chancellor Willv
Brandt, chairman of the ruling
Social Democratic Party,
negotiated the matter with I)r
N'ahum Goldmann. chairman of
the Claims Conference. He
reportedly promised that 1 billion
Marks would be made available
for the so-called "hard cases"
among the Jewish survivors. But
it became obvious that Brandt
had gone too far both politically
and financially
HIS SUCCESSOR. Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt, felt himself
committed to the idea of a "last
gesture" but adopted a much
more pragmatic and realistic
attitude He nominated former
Finance Minister Alex Mueller to
continue the negotiations with
the Claims Conference.
After a long period of
hesitation. Goldmann accepted
an offer of 660 million Marks
which seemed to reflect a sincere
desire of the Bonn government to
make final amends. But Schmidt
made the arrangement con-
ditional on the support of the
Christian Democratic opposition
Despite lobbying efforts from
both Social Democrats and
Jewish organizations. this
support could not be assured, at
least not in advance.
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According U> the Fninkfurtrr
Allgtmtint / .rung. the
agreement between Goldmann
and Moeller was opposed by
Fran/ Joseph Strauss leader >>f
the Bavarian Christian Social
Union who is now the opposition
candidate for chancellor
FOLLOWING a new round of
negotiations in which leading
Israeli politicians were also oc-
casionally engaged, all three
parliamentary factions m the
Bundestag agreed to a last
gesture to be fixed at 440
million Marks
Differences ,,f opinion
remained about who should
present the neoasaar) parliamen
tary motion on the issue The
opposition argued that it was up
to the government to include the
sum in its budget The ruling
Social Democrats sought a joint
initiative of all parties
represented in the Bundestag
l.ast Dec 11, the government
included the 440 million Marks
last gesture in its budget for
1980 and asked the opposition to
accept it in advance No
agreement could be reached,
however, in the Bundestag
THE MAIN problem was
caused by the Christian
Democratic Union (CDUl and the
Bavarian Christian Social Union
(CSU) joint faction which
demanded additional clarification
as to the use of the money to be
paid
Later on it was made clear that
the issue involved a move to link
the "last gesture" payment to
the financial claims of certain
groups of civil servants of the
Third Reich, among them people
who were never cleared by the de-
Nazification tribunals and who
were barred from material
benefits under the Constitution
The outcome of the debate
among the parliamentary groups
was that the three factions
represented in the Bundestag
urged the gnvernment to ask for
a supplementary budget which
will include the 440 million
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^ News in Brief
Pagi v
Carter Aide Praises Israel's Return of Oil Fields
HILADELPHIA A top
i" I'nwioVnt Carter praised
u-l for returning the Sinai oil-
Ul to Egypt, calling? it "an act
si.iii'smanship that has bwn
en too little recognition in an
starved world."
11.iv id Aaron, deputy assistant
the President for national
urity affairs, told the annual
mbly of the National Jewish
munity Relations Advisory
mncil (NJCRAO here that as a
jit of the revolution in Iran
the Soviet invasion of
hanistan. Israel and Egypt
e become "important new
ners to Americas efforts to
ilize the Middle East."
he White House official, who
key aide to National Security
user Xbigniew Hrzezinski.
loned. however, that Israel
especially difficult"
s in the West Hank-Gaza
mi inns with Egypt.
iiu
:RCSALEM Primt
lister Menachem Begin and
idem Anwar Sadat reached
ment at their Aswan
it meeting on the details of
alization between Israel and
l which takes effect of-
1> later this month Hegin
unced. at a joint press con
re with Sadat before he left
n. that regular civilian
Its between Tel Aviv and
will begin on Jan 26.
Iking to reporters on the
it home. Hegin said the
ion agreement was a notable
since it is not strictly
d under the terms of the
annex to the Israeli-Egyp-
peace treaty, the protocol
g with normalization
II SAI.EM Eliahu Ben
IT, a 4f<- year-old scholar who
Henit Party politics and
one of Prime Minister
chem Begin's top aides, was
ned by the Cabinet Sunday
Is first Ambassador to
6t He will assume his post in
on Feb. 26 when Israel and
exchange ambassadors.
pn the Likud government
fice in 1977. Begin named
lissar director general of
rime Minister's Office. In
upacity. he became closely
*J in the peace nego
M with Egypt He headed
first Israeli diplomatic
tion to Cairo for peace
at the Mena House in
pber. 1977. one month after
ent Anwar Sadat's historic
i Jerusalem
t:iuthu HenElis-ur
He continued to be closely
involved in the peace process,
accompanying Begin to Camp
David in September. 1978. and
carried out various missions for
the Prime Minister in connection
with the peace negotiations.
NEW ITORK- The Palestine
Liberation Organization is pre-
paring to move into a townhouse
on Manhattan's posh Upper East
Side which it bought for a
reported $1 million in cash.
Zehdi Labib Terzi. the PLO s
observer at the United Nations,
said he plans to hold an open
house and make other overtures
to calm the fears of neighbors of
the new headquarters at 115 East
6.r>th Street. Some neighbors have
recalled the recent bomb attack
on the Soviet Mission to the
United Nations which is only a
few blocks away. The new PLO
headquarters is on the same
street where former President
Nixon has bought a townhouse
and is scheduled to move in soon.
The PLO bought the East 65th
Street site after failing to lease
office space which it sought after
owners of its first headquarters in
a Park Avenue commercial
building notified the PLO that
the building was being razed
Terzi said the cost was being paid
by Arab countries supporting the
PLO. such as Saudi Arabia.
Kuwait and the United Arab
emirates.
agenda by h narrow margin of 42
t" 40 an urgent motion raised by
Dayan to discuss the transfer of
the Eilon Moreh settlers to the
new sue of Jabel Kabir near
Nablus. It was Dayans first
parliamentary initiative since hif
resignation, and it was suf-
ficiently provocative to stir up
the house.
Dayan said he had nothing in
principle against a Jewish settle-
ment near Nablus. However, he
opposed a settlement which at
best would not contribute to the
relations with the Arab neigh-
bors, but may even be geared at
inheriting their land.
UNITED NATIONS Israel
sharply condemned the Soviet
invasion and occupation" of
Afghanistan and declared that
she shared "the apprehensions"
of the international community
over Russia's military inter-
vention in a neighboring state.
In remarks prepared for
delivery to the General Assembly
Monday. Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations Yehuda Blum
declared that "this massive and
naked aggress ion has far-reaching
implications which threaten the
fundamental balance of the inter-
national system. Beyond that."
he said. "Israel's concerns are
even more immediate, specific
and concrete We are part of the
geographical region into which
the Soviet I nion has marched w.
rudely and brutally
JERUSALEM Synn may
try and attack Israel due to her
internal problems. Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
Monday told a delegation of
Brinsh Conservative parliamen
tarians meeting with him in the
Knesset.
However. Begin said. Israel
was watching the situation
closely, and was ready for an\
eventuality.
Begin said it was known that
following President Hafez al-
Assad's recent visit to Moscow.
Syria had received "gigantic"
amounts of weapons Thousands
of Russians have arrived in Syria
recently supposedly as advisers.
The arms shipments included
MIG-25 fighters, as well as T-72
tanks.
"We are prepared," said Begin.
"We are not frightened by such
threats, but we would like to have
complete peace on all borders."
A senior officer at the Northern
Command said one other possible
motive for Syria's interest in
engaging in war with Israel was
Assad s wish to jeopardize the
peace agreement between Israel
and Egypt.
JERUSALEM The sixth
Knessia Gedolah (great
/' tidtnl Assad
assembly) of Agudat Visrael
concluded Sunday its week-long
deliberations, with the noted
absence of Prime Minister
Menachem Begin
Some 10.000 people attended
the closing conference, with
another 5.000 fashionably-
dressed women assembling in
nearby halls, and watching the
vent on color closed circuit tele-
vision sets, an event which comes
up only once every 15 years.
The conclave elected Rabbi
Moshe Sherer from New York as
the new leader of the inter-
national Agudat Yisrael move-
ment. Rabbi Sherer is president
of Agudat Yisrael in America and
a personal friend of America's top
political figures Rabbi Yehuda
Meir Abramowitz. Knesseter and
deputy chairman of the Knesset,
was elected co-chairman
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JERUSALEM Moshe
Dayan suffered Monday his first
parliamentary defeat since his
resignation from the Eoreign
Ministry but gave the
coalition little reason to rejoice.
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Friday. January ig
The Irving Cypen Facility
Judge Irving Cypen, we suspect, feels honored
that the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged has chosen to affix his name to the Home's 102-
unit adult congregate living facility he helped make a
reality.
But in conferring this distinction on Cypen, the
Home shows its own gratitude in the best way
possible for Cypen's creative leadership throughout
the years.
Cypen is chairman of the board of the institution
today. Before that, he was its president for many
terms. But in whatever capacity he has served the
Home, it has been the recipient of his insight, his
unique skill, his unswerving dedication to this in-
stitution whose excellence he has helped mold.
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged has received national recognition. In an era
when facilities for the elderly have been the subject of
scandals and official investigations throughout the
nation, the Miami Home has served as a model and a
pilot institution in geriatric care devoted to life for
t h<' elderly, not mere custodial care.
The number of Federal grants to the Home
attests to this unique status.
The new Irving Cypen facility is in the finest
tradition of the Judge himself as a community leader
here, and of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
for t he Aged. ______________________^_
Don't Pass the Buck
At the trial in Cologne. West Germany, for Kurt
Lischka, who was the Gestapo head in Paris during
World War II and two other accused Nazi war
criminals, a West Berlin professor said that his
research has shown that the Nazis could not have
carried out the 'final solution" of French Jewry
without the complicity of a large number of French
officials. The professor. Wolfgang Scheffler of the
Free University of West Berlin, noted that in one
wave of arrests of Jews 2.500 French policemen took
part.
The complicity of many French officials is well-
known. It has recently been depicted in several fine
films made in France itself. The French, and other
Western Europeans under occupation, may not have
joined in the actual murders as did many from the
Baltics who became war criminals, but they certainly
helped in finding and rounding up Jews to be
deported to the death camps.
There is plenty of guilt to be shared for the
Holocaust from that of commission to that of
omission by many world leaders of that era.
But the complicity of others cannot be used by
war criminals as a defense of their own crimes. They
committed these crimes against humanity, an' they
must pay for them. They cannot now say they should
be freed because others helped them.
Normalization is Attitude
There has been some concern expressed in Israel
over Egypt's alleged coolness toward normalization
of relations with Israel. One reason is that Egypt
reportedly wants to staff its embassy in Tel Aviv
with only five diplomats, much less than Israel would
like to send to Cairo when diplomatic relations of-
ficially begin in February.
But normalization is more than just diplomatic
representation. It is attitude. Take Prime Minister
Menachem Begin's visit to Aswan Jan. 7 where he
met with Egyptian President Sadat. Remember the
hullabaloo over Begin's previous visits to Egypt, as
well as Sadat's trips to Israel?
There is little of that now. The visits are
becoming routine.
Normalization will come about gradually and
arrive almost imperceptibly. It doesn't really depend
on the number of diplomats in each other's country.
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Volume 53 Number 3
Latest Firing and Black Dissent?,
A Bradenton. Fla outfit
specializing in coin investment
advertised in the newspapers the
other day that it was giving im
mediate "cash for silver, gold and
old coins In a special 'highest
prices paid' category. list*d
Nazi items'' as first among the
most desirable and valuable
products for instant purchase
and monetary return to
customers
Also listed in the highest
prices paid category was an
expressly stated demand for
what the advertisement called
"German war medals It is
intriguing that this category
listed the war decorations of no
other country, especially not the
United States What the ad
shows m general is a sentimental
yearning for memorabilia of the
absolutist National Socialist
period.
THE implications are
I^ASHORTCrUT
frightening Still. we mUJt
examine them soberly It is rnor
than the mementos fur whick
people show a sentiment*.'
yearning It is the political anrj
military quick fix rharacterBuc
of the Hitler era that sn manv of
us seem to want these days' >c
solve our own problems a
an awareness of the cost in a
dividual freedoms *.. bqsjIjJ ^
called upon to pay (or such
capability
If Nazi items and (iermanw*;
medals are at a premium can fie
rejuvescence of the \a/i )icfc
boot be far behind'1 That is i
question with which the Im
migration and Naturalization
Service, with varying degrees of
Ifastness. has been wrestla,
tor some time now under uV
l>n> Hull/man ID., M.Y.I
The crude fact is that there *r J
still living in our midst tens of
thousands of former liermfcT
refugees. American citi/enj whe
are once the victio
quick-fil Nazis and their *nt*
Semitic madness
BIT THERE are a:
our midst hundreds upon hus
dredi of those "heroic' tor
mentors of their Jewish and otha
\ iclims for whose war medals *.-.:
other Nazi nasmoral.
Bradenton. Fla coin investrner.
firm will be happv pay i
premium price It is not th:
these beasts sneaked into lac
oiintry .ifter World War II ||
hide from the Ion
let loose el Nuremberg
It is that the hush hush < >pr
.it urn Paperclip.
organi/si by some imSTMi
officials after the war illstrUCtsi
ih. INS to look the other a\ i
these Ix-asts were .
enter our shon- W( the cue
uuerors of Natiooal S
ideologies and their -aden
lme their prim ips
Continued on Page l
:
Bury Old Dreams
U.S. Should Get Out of the UN
Bj DK FRANKLIN
H LITTELL
Some time ago the writer of
this column concluded, and
published his opinion, that the
United States should get oul of
the I'nited Nations and get the
UN out of the United States At
the time, it famed that the
vermiform appendix to world
order huh is now the UN might
be allowed to pass awav in the
elephants graveyard of in
ternstionsl dreams (ieneva.
Switzerland
Now that it has l>ecome so
shameless a tool of the lynch
mobs of Islam and the neo
colonialism of the Communist
empire, ii asms quite wrong to
disgrace t he city of John Calvin
Lei the remains of the UN be
interred in one of the places
representative of the standards ,,|
those who run the organization
y, Cambodia or Equatorial
t.uinea. Libya or the (iulag
Archipelago
I-AST MONTH the Com-
munist and Muslim bloca
combined to push through the
N Assembly two draft
resolution* which go far toward
guaranteeing war ,n the near
future, even if it an be avoided in
UM Iranian crisis One of them
recognized the terrorist
organization, the PUD, as a
necessary participant in all
Middle East negotiations The
second declared the Egyptian.
Israeli peace treaty invalid
Or Franklin // UtfUit a mem
'"'' "/''< National InatituU on
the HiiIik a,,.,/
lonabte peopls still find it
hard to realize that the howling
mobs crying for the blood Ol
Carter Begin Sadat and the
Shah, anil whipping themselves
into a fren/> ol posturing
potential martyrdom outside the
\ iolated I S I mbass) in
I eheran. are .,, ptions to
the rule
<>n the contrary the\ wg
chronize perfactl) in mood and
mind with the blood-thirsty mobs
that a few months ago g lasted Idi
Amin and Arafat with wild
applause m the same |'\
tssambly, and that ha\e now set
out to negate anv of the painful
-teps toward peace which have
been taken in the Middle East
The fact is however, that Idi
in and Arafat and Khomeini
are their kind Most ,,f the
governos-nts rap resented in the
I N are either old fashioned
dsepotisma or modern die
totorships clerical fascist.
Muslim or Communist
AMERICAN POl.U ,n
international affairs would be
greatly improved if Americans
would remind themselves from
lime to time how few peopk-s
have ever heard of republican
principles. of checks and
balances, of liberty and anil
government let alone ex
psriencad them For one thing
we would not l>e startled and
lismayed when confronted with
nobs of howling primitives like
those raging m Teheran
Ws would know that countries
whose supposedly .ducated
delegates to international hodws
ttks the UN will applaud an Idi
Amin and Arafat wildly are
I Spabls of kidnapping and other
violations of basu diptoTOSU
rules at anv time
For another thing *
understand that thr..
the countries ol the w
USnd to despots 01
having never know
lea yet, and that w. si
Mirs.ive- Im- dragged
ply ing a double moral
[ireterring one arbitr.r
another
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of propsgaaih
rx.unpi.
A FLOOD
including for
news stories in one day in tl
\. > art rimi- ha heft
launched against the
Iran Now the Shah was I
alaeied ruler, and it is iv uses
accurate to contrast tin eel
ditions in the palace
conditions n the slums j
TehiYan The quaslion if r-ki j
BBflM contrast is not mssV
llSl waail the palaces U
Arabia. Kuwait. Watar
Iraq. Syria, etc and the slum* in
I ho as countries?
Cornparei with some
rulers, the Shah was
decani ruler, just as 001
with Khomeini and hil -,'v'
g>>vernmetit the Shah WSl
enlightened despot
About six years ago. I I
stories critical of the Shah ol I":
and I'n-s.ikmt MtVCOl
Philippines bagBB to sppear^
th. newspapers and '"":,t/!"^
Both of them were, i"**0
vulnerable to sharp crit*
terms of abstract princip!
neither was as bad SI
do,ens of rulers from H
to Qndaffi t<- Ho Chi M'nh
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By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Iraq
has ordered 24 additional
Mirage Fl fighter-bombers
and has taken an option on
France's new combat plane,
the Mirage-2000. According
-!<> official available figures.
Jb* Frame has sold 64 F-ls to
Upq over the last two
years.
The Fl is the French
equivalent to America's F-lfi.
The plane-* aold t<> Iraq will ba
equipped with the new Matra
uper 530 air-to-air missile used
for supersonic dogfights The
missile can hit BUpCftOIlk
target at a diatanca <>l ix miles
Iraqi version can alaocarry a
ton bomb load The Iraqi Air
iIkt-t also flies an unspecified
Dumber of MIG-23a equipped
with Soviet-made air-to-air
missiles
IN RECENT yean Iraq has
tried to diversify it-- arms sup-
plier anil ha*- bought large
quantities ol militar) equipment
in France, including \M\ 30
tanks. Panhard armored cars,
anti tank miasilea and a variet)
ol combat helicopters, including
the heav Uy armed Super Frelon
French reports sa> Iraq is also
negotiating for the purchase of
(rot.de weapons lyatema, as well
ss inshore defense misailes
A large number of Iraqi of-
ficers are studying at French
staff schools or undergoing
""""Darning at French air and na\al
Installations
N VI <> experts believe the Iraq
Air lone to have more than
doubled since the Yom Kippur
W ar and that Iraq now has a
hi^'hU credible strike force Those
experts als<> believe that airCfOWl
sr> now well trained and highly
opi rational according to Weetern
Standards
ISRAELI MILITAR I circles
including Chief of Staff lien
* rtaphuel Kitan. warned last week
against the danger ol Arab
content rations ol modern forces
On Israel t eastern front
According to Western BOUTCea
Syrui and Iraq now haven larger
and more modern air lorce than
all the Arab countries, including
Eg> pi had on t he e\ e of the Yom
Kippur \\ ar
While Prance continues to sell
arms. including modern
supersonic planes t(> a \ ariet> of
nations, including practically all
the \rali states France officially
^denied last Friday the sale of
uranium or other radioacti\e
materials to Libya or Pakistan.
^ e
-I he president of the French
Atomic Energy Commission,
Michel Pecqueur, said Friday
that both France and Niger, the
African state where the uranium
Mideast More
Dangerous Now
*' ^. Continued from Page 1-A
yuch an aim. the U.S. would
. ^alienate Saudi Arabia Further
more, bases in Egypt are more
centrally located than those in
Israel.
ALONG with these obser
vations. however. Dayan em-
phasized that if the U.S. were to
need Israeli bases. Israel must
answer such a request in the
affirmative. If Israel were to
refuse this request, we could no
longer expect to receive
rlean aid.
(|A
Dayan also said he does not
Velieve the idea of a strategic
alliance between the U.S.. Egypt
and Israel is feasible. He believes
the Americans will take military
action in order to ensure their oil
supplies.
mines are located, "have always
acted in accordance with the non-
proliferation treaty and the
regulations of the (Vienna-based!
International Atomic Energy
Agency.''
AMEJUCAN and British
papers last month reported that
large quantities of Niger-
produced uranium have been
sold, hijacked or misappropriated
and have ended up in the con-
struction of the "Islamic bomb"
now manufactured in Pakistan
with the help of Libyan money.
The head of the French Atomic
Energy Commission said "Not a
single nugget of uranium yellow
cake has found its way to
Pakistan or Libya. There has
_bttn nu theft jmr arty misappro-
________________________Page 5 A
priation of uranium. "
French sources recall that
France last year cancelled its
contract to supply Pakistan with
a nuclear fuel processing plant
after it became known that a
nuclear device was being built
near Islamabad. The French
claim that the nuclear processing
plant sold to Iraq "cannot be
used" for military purposes.
ISRAELI SOURCES are less
convinced by these arguments
and fear that the plants could be
used for the production of
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Board of Directors of the
Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged has
approved the naming of its
Douglas Gardens Housing
Complex for the elderly in
honor of Judge Irving
Cypen. The announcement
was made this week by
Albert Ossip, president of
the Home. Cypen, a
resident of Miami Beach,
has been an innovative
leader of the Home for some
30 years. He currently
serves as chairman of the
board and honorary
president. ,
"Mr. Cy pen's untiring work
during the past 30 years has
brought our Home to national
prominence as an exemplary
geriatric care facility." said
Ossip. "As we look to new ways
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the 1980s, we must build on his
experience and example."
GROUND HAS already been
broken for the $3,300,000. 102-
unit apartment building located
adjacent to the main facility of
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged As a con-
gregate living facility, it will be
home for some 130 men and
women. 60 years and older,
beginning in late 1980
Occupant* of the eight-story
building will live independently
while benefiting from supportive
aervicea made available through
the Home
Cypen, practicing attorney
and former Circuit Court judge
h.is served as .1 founder and
trustee of Mt Sinai Medical
Center, a \ ice president and
trustee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, honorary- vice
president of Temple Kmanu Kl.
as well as being past president
of th< Southeast Region of
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He as recent Iv honored as
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Cypen also served as president
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The Sixth Knessia Gedolah"
(World Congress! of the Aguda
Israel movement opened at the
Binyanei Haooma convention
center here with calls for an end
to assimilation, an end to inter-
marriage and the establishment
of three worldwide centers to
combat the decentralization of
religion
"We must fight against as-
-imJation. and against intermar-
riages, the chairman of Agudat
Israel. Rabbi Pinye Levin, told
some 530 delegations assembled
in the crowded hall Two-thirds of
them were from abroad, including
the D S Europe. Latin America.
South Africa and Australia, and
the remainder from Israel.
Thousands more members of
Aguda Israel assembled in three
other halls to watch the pro-
ceedings on closed circuit
television
LEVIN CLAIMED that as-
similation and mixed marriages
are the fruit of efforts made by
the Reform and Conservative
movement abroad He also
cautioned the delegates against
the dangers ot a free press
The opening session of the
convention, which was to last five
days, was attended by Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef. Knes-
set Speaker Yitzhak Shamir and
other MKs But the highlight of
the evening s session came when
the Rabbi of (iur and Rabbi
Shach. both members of the
Council ol Torah Sages, entered
the convention hall Hundred"- ol
admirers crowded the gates m
order to catch a glimpse of the
two sages
The assembly, which last met
in 1964, sounded the battle in
gainst Reform Judaism during
its present session, in particular
against any Israeli recognition ol
either Reform or Conservative
Judaism
LAST WEEK. MK Yehuda
Meir Ahramowilz told the press
that the Aguda intends to launch
an open all out campaign
against the two groups, for they
are largely responsible for the
catastrophes ol assimilation and
mixed marriages which have
befallen the Jewish people
throughout the world
Meanwhile, the refusal of the
convention organizers to invite
President Yitzhak Navon. a BOB
political figure whose presence at
the Opening of all party con-
ventions is regarded as an honor
further emphasized the non
Zionist or anti-Zionist sentiments
of the Council of Sages, the
Aguda s supreme authority As a
result. Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem boycotted the con
vent ion
Mapam MK Chaika Grossman
dispatched a letter to Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
urging him to oust the Aguda
from his coalition because it was
unseemly to include a non-Zionist
party in the government Aguda
spokesmen had said Navon was
not invited because 1
rabbis were too old |
his entering the hall
OUTOIDBUiaconvei aaM
large groups of Orthodox youth,!
from the Bnei Akiv,,
and the Poalei tgudi |srae|
shouted protests against lh,
anti-Zionist" meeting bein/
held inside Members al u>"
National Religious I'arrV
another coalition pann.T sjsn
also barred
Danny Vermus. the \Rp,
secretary general. vpiaitwc
There is no real reason tor u*;.
expect to be invited b) Apjdi
Israel when they did not antth
President to attend then cnr.
vention We are too h of 1
Zionist party to be desirable*1
guests."
Rabbis' Snub of Navon Sharply Criticized
NEW YORK (JTAI Two
leaders of the world Mizrachi
movement criticized the decision
of Aguda Israel not to invite
President Yitzhak Navon of
Israel to its world congress in
Jerusalem, it was reported here
by the Religious Zionists of
America
Rabbi Simon Dolgin. chairman
of the Merkaz Olami Shel
Hamizrach I Mizrachi world
center) in Jerusalem, denounced
Nguda's reasoning for its action
In remarks to a Yom I)i\un la
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Down from 40,000
100 Jews in Afghanistan Today
teachers to bring about con- The most recenl .JIM report*
version, therefore few finish high tell of 10 Jewish families in Kabul
seh.ml and there are none in and a total of no in..re than 100
Kabul University people throughout the country
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It is said that thori' may
have once been as many as
in.(MX) Jews Living in
Afghanistan However,
according to a report pre-
pared by the American
Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, there are today but
a few families no more
-than KM) people and
their wherealwuts in the
current situation is un-
known.
Most of the people lived
in Kabul, some in Herat,
and there are reports of one
remaining family in Halkh
SOME DATE the origins ol
the .lews of Afghanistan to the
days ,,t the First Temple, and
though that maj be difficult to
document t here is ample evidence
of later migrations into
Afghanistan from southern
Russia and from Persia
In the late 1870s, thousands of
lews went from Herat to Persia
to avoid a punitive war tax but
.'- late aa 1921 it was still
possible t.> count K) distinct
Jewish communities. In 1983,
following the assassination of
\NJCRAC Plenary Attracts
400 to Philadelphia

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the N.in.iri.il Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
INJCRACI took place from Jan
19 through Jan. 16 at the
Fairmont Motel here.
More than 400 delegates.
representing national Jewish
community relations agencies
and local community relations
councils, were in attendance The
Jewish Community Relations
Council UCRCl of Greater
Philadelphia hosted the Plenary
Session which is the highest
polk) forming body of the
NJCR \(
A HIGHLIGHT of the four
da) plenum was the JCKC an
nual dinner Jan 15, when I-anc
Kirkland. president of the AFL-
CIO, rvoeivpd the agency's Jules
Cohen Memorial Award The
award. which is named in
memory of the late JCKC
executive director who served
from 1969 until his death in 1967.
was presented by JCRC
president Joseph Smukler The
itmner is being held in conjuction
with the NJCRAC

Theodora Mann. outgoing
chairman of NJCRAC and past
president of the Philadelphia
JCRC. also was honored by
NJCRAC at the Jan 15 dinner
Mann currently serves as
spokesman for the American
Jewish community in his position
as chairman of the Conference of
Presidents oi Major American
.lew ish (>rgani/.ations.
AT THK session on Jan 15.
which is the universal) of the
birthday of Martin Luther King.
Jr a pedal tribute was paid to
the slain civil rights leader by
Richard Maass, president of the
American Jewish Committee
Among the speakers at the
plenum were Benjamin Hooks
executive director of the
NAACP; Stuart Eisenstat,
presidential assistant for
domestic affairs. Kphraim
Kvron, Ambassador of Israel to
the United States. Shmuel
Tarnir. Israel Minister of Justice
and a member of the negotiating
committee on autonomy: Sen
Howard Met/enbaum (I) Ohio);
and David Aaron, deputy
assistant to the President for
national affairs
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Vidir Shah, the .lews were driven
from the countryside and con
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'liters for safety Another si>;-
nificanl exodus from \fghanis-
tan took place in 1944, a time of
I.unine. .uui thousands more went
into India eventually going on
to Palestine
The establishment of the State
'if Israel brought a messianic
fervor to the Jews of Afghanistan
and .m intense desire for aliya,
though the government refused
to allow them to lea\e
AS LATE as 1950. when the
Jewish population was estimated
.is being between 3,000 to 8,000,
lews paid an infidel tax and had
to report for military service,
though they were not allowed to
bear arm.* Despite the pro-
hibition on immigration the Jews
did find their way out family
by family Most came to Israel,
some to the United States
A JDC report received in 1971
described the situation at that
time as follows: "The Jewish
community is rapidly shrinking,
though there is no overt threat.
In Kabul there are 25 to 27
families and about 25 in Herat
. One major area of difficulty is
education. When the Jewish
youngster reaches about eighth
grade he frequently receives
pressure from students and
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Not All Jews Rich; Religious Ties Weak
Continued from Page 1-A
generations.'' warns Dr. Sand-
berg.
The study, which the author*
describe as a full and fair
reflection of Jewish life.'' includes
the following statistical ob-
servations
Ninety-three percent of
respondents declared themselves
happy to have been born Jewish,
but only 18 percent see being
Jewish as primarily religious,
while H1 percent perceive Jew s as
an ethnic-cultural group.
THE SHIFT from a religious
to an ethno-cultural outlook is
one of the most significant
changes in Jewish life in the last
generation." observes Dr.
Sandberg.
Among members of
-> nagOgUOS and temples 29
percent total respondents 19
percent describe themselves as
Orthodox. 47 percent Con
servative and 32 percent Reform.
Some 45 percent of respondents
said they belonged to a
congregation at one time, but had
dropped out.
However, even the non-
synagogue members cling to
9ome religious traditions, led by
participation in Passover seders
(67 percent), lighting Chanukah
candles (58 percentl and fasting
on Yom Kippur 149 percent)
ON THE material level. 40
percent of the Los Angeles
Jewish population is
"economically marginal" (under
$15,000 a year), while 23 percent
are well-to-do ($40,000 or more a
yearl Only 37 percent are self-
employed and. of those working
in a family firm, only 13 percent
expect that business to continue
in the family. Medicine, law.
accounting, teaching and social
work are becoming increasingly
strong Jewish professions
Politically. Jews are retaining
their old loyalty to the
Democratic Party, with 80
percent identifying themselves IS
Democrats and only ~ percent as
Republicans In a more
meaningful categorization. 41
percent said the) were liberals. 16
percent conservatives, and 5
percent radicals
The latter BgurM contradict
both the old stereotype of Jews
as radicals and the recent per
ception of a strong Jewish swing
to the conservative aide
However, there has been some
erosion in the strong Jewish civ il
rights stand, in action if not in
word- While S8 percent of
respondents felt that Jews should
work to -top racial
discrimination, less than half
that number. 40 percent, ap-
proved l>u-ing their own children
to achieve School integration
WITH ALL their diversity,
Loa Angele- Jews are almo-t
unanimous in their support ol
Israel Although 83 percent have
never belonged to a Zionist
organization, and 71 percent have
never visited Israel, the OVet
whelming majority (83 percentl
declared themselves very willing
to pressure U S policy in favour
of Israel
In a sharp break with Jewish
passivity of earlier decades, 59
percent of respondents (and two-
thirds of the young educated
ones) said they would be willing
to use force to oppose Nazi-type
groups in the United States
Dr. Sandberg expressed some
surprise at this attitude "as Jews
have always been strong civil
libertarians. but he attributes
the change to "an underlying fear
that anti-Semitism could again
become virulent ."
JEWS now represent 2.7
percent of the total American
population, and intermarriage,
coupled with a low birthrate and
high median age (48 years for
Jews versus 29 4 for the country
as a whole I are seen as threats to
Jewish survival by the two
sociologists
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The surve) found that 19
percent of respondents
married to non-Jews, and of those
with children. M percent have
children marri.il to not Jews
Onlj I percent ol the Ini
migrant generation in-
U rmarried says Di Sandberg,
while among theii children, the
second generation. the rate
jumped i" 10 pen enl and to 18
percent among the third
, ration He has no! yet
analyzed the data for the fourth
leration lodaj young men
and women but a wideh m
cepted surve) ol few years ago
placed thi rate as wall ebovt I
percent
M CH intermarriage- rarely
met with social or familj -ugma
Sevent) four percant -aid the)
accepted intermarriage-, only
1 percent would disown a child
vs ho married a gentile, and onlv
percent would insist upon
conversion ol the non-Jewiah
partner
The unprecedented social
freedom that Jews today enjoy in
the I'nited States could well be
the greatest threat to their
survival. concludes I)r San
dberg.
The threat could be lessened
through full integration into
religious and communal life of the
Jewish woman, a reservoir that
has yet to be fully tapped."
according to Dr Sandberg Most
Los Angeles Jews are ready to
accept fuller female involvement.
Arafat Reported
Quitting Attacks
Bj BARBIE ZELIZER
JERUSALEM (JT W
The leader ol a U.S.
Congressional dalagation
visiting the Middle East
said here thai Palestine
Liberation Organisation
Chief Yaair Arafat told
them he would no longer
attack Israel from
Lebanon.
Rep. Tob) Moffetl ID-
Conn.), who is ol Lebanese
origin, also laid there WM
a case to be made' for
Israel s retaliatory raids on
Palestinian terrorist besSS
in south Lebanon
AT A meeting with l-ahor
Party Chairman Shimon Peres in
the Knesset. Moffet -aid his
group had met with Arafat in
Beirut earlier to exchange views
on the security of both l^ebanon
and Israel He (Arafat) pledged
to keep his promise not to attack
Israel anymore from I,ebanon
for whatever that is worth.
Moffett said
He said he and five other
memlHTs of Congress on the
study mission to the region were
shown the damage done by
Israel in south I^banon He
said We can't fullv understand
vet what hapjx-n.il Onlj
can fully understand ho
Iru-tration can lead
retaliation Bat we baton
,i > eat to I*- made, that th-
actions did some good
-.-, uritjf situation
Mofsatl al*> told Peres
had warned Syrian Pn
\--.id in Damaai
the preeence ol hi- fi
Lebanon was wearing th
that he had counseled t he S
i,l. r that the 1/eban.
nmenl shou id
",.r all the groups M
rtgaging the
outaiders Moffetl addad
group felt that the r i
lnit.il Nations Intern:. I
inon lUNIFlLl should be
itpanded
PKRKS SAID that i
policy in south Lebanon was
coordinated tacitly with the
national leadership in th. n
He -aid I^-banon had always
manag.il to pr..iefV I
communal balance before tht
PLOupawt the equilibrium
Israel does not distil ,
between Moslems and Chril
just between larroriati and those
who keep the peace.' Per-
He noted further that the l-ahor
Party sought a binational Jar
daman Palestinian solu!
the problem of some 2
Arab refugees still living in
camps in I^ebanon.
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.5 Million at Opener
CJA-IEF Inaugural to Hear Church
>* LOuit Jcwith Light
\s reservations approach
the 1.000 mark for the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 cam-
paign opening dinner on
Jan. 24, Samuel I. Adler,
general chairman of
GMJF's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign, an-
nounced that the campaign
has already raised more
than S5.5 million. Increases
are averaging more than 34
per i enl over last year.
"People are fully aware
that inflationary economics
at home and in Israel are
making real human need
even more crucial. I am
happy to report that they
are responding accordingly,
giving the maximum gift
possible so that the 1980s
can begin on a note of
promise," Adler said.
SEN. FRANK Church,
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, who is
completing his fourth term in the
Senate, and now rank* eighth
from the top on the Senate
seniority ladder, will be guest
maker at the dinner at the
Kontamebleau Hilton on Miami
Reach.
In addition to his current
position on the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, he la
former chairman of the Senate
Committee on Aging, and
remain'- its ranking member
The 1980 CJA-IEF campaign,
well mi us wa> tn meeting the
minimum 25 percent increase
determined necessar) t>\ last
Septamba First Campaign
Leadership Conference, now
st ands at 15 5 million.
THE CAMPAIGN opening
dinner, "is seeking to in\ oh/e the
broadest spectrum possible "I the
(ireater Miami Jewish COffl
munity," according to Marc)
Lefton, chairman ol the Dinner
i 'ommittee, and I am happj to
report that Miami Jewry is
responding wholehearted!] as n
always has m past times oi
need \ minimum contribution
ol $1,000 to the 1980 CJ \ IEF
campaign is required to attend
the dinner
It is heartwarming and
Miring tO see that this
community is responding to the
needs ol its fellow .lews here and
around the world, \dler said
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come In the middle of the night to
ask you harsh questions about
why you have applied for a visa.
For most of us. It's hard to realize
that at this very moment, there
are thousands upon thousands
of Russian Jews who desperately
await word that they might be
allowed to migrate to Israel or the
United States. In many cases,
to be reunited with their families.
But what happens if word does
come, and there is no money avail-
able to pay for their transportation
and assimilation into a new culture.
The Soviet Union certainly isn't
going to pay for it. Nor is the govern-
ment of the United States. Israel
is doing everything she can. but her
war debts and defense needs are
so enormous that there's little or no
money left over for the resettlement
of Russian Jews.
That means the money has to come
from you and people like you. People
who still believe that the dream
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good things and felt that we
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when the men with the carts want
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In Miami
McDuffie Death Rouses Ire Here
n Greats. Miami Jewish
Federation this week issued
statement on the .MM ur-
rounding the death o( \rthur
McDuffie, the young insurance
executive alleged!) beaten to
death b) local police after being
stopped on traffic violation
The statement, released jointly
through I. Jules trkin.president
ol Federation, and Norman H
Lipoff, chairman ol the red
, rat ion Communit) Halations
Committee, urgM thoM with
the power to affect change in this
communit) to do so, and thai
steps toward major change begin
immediately
SIMULTANEOUSLY, the
Southeast Region Council of the
American Jew i ah CongTOes
iMUed a statement this week
expressing our sense of
profound outrage and anguish at
the tragic death of Arthur
McDuffie and extending to the
Black community the Council's
"sincerest sympathy
The Federation statement de
dares in part
"Police Departments have ex-
tremely difficult tasks The vast
majority of their members are to
be commended for excellent
service as they protect people and
property, often endangering their
Lives in the performance of their
duty However, we must rid the
community of those who may
undertake antisocial action
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and its Community
Relations Committee view with
anguish, alarm and disbelief the
facts surrounding the death ol
\rthur McDuffie and the dis
closures concerning the at-
tempted coverup thai
followed
WE ENDORSE the aaUb
liahmant ol communit) appeals
ird with permanent off in- end
fl wilh the capability ol
i, uing .md reach ing grievanoM
brought to it b) membew of the
community, operating in the
sunshine with the power to sub
poena witneeeM and make
binding decisions
We call for improved pa)
logical screening for new
nben ol police departments
: reexaminalion of long term
employees, and for in-service
human relations training
The local American Jewish
Congress statement, issued by
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. president
of the Southeast Region Council,
declares in part
"JEWS AND Blacks have
been partners for many years in
the struggle to create a just
society in which all may know the
security of protection under the
law It is a sad comment on our
generation and on this com
munilv that STS are Still M
from thai goal We feel aanai
sham, that an episode such M
the Sic Lhlffie murder could hav<
happened here
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nidge Abner Mikva administers the oath of office to Philip M.
Vutznick as Secretary of Commerce Jan 9 in the East Room of
fhe White House. The President praised KluUnick as a
' distinguished and experienced public sen-ant."
Khomeini Stealing Wealth
Of Many Iranian Jews
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Kol Israel Radio said that
the regime of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini is con-
iscating the property of wealthy Iranian Jews worth
nany millions of dollars. According to the report, the
)roperty of 54 Jewish families was expropriated after they
ran charged with collaborating with the regime of the
posed Shah.
AMONG THOSE to lose their property is a well-
mown Jewish industrialist who was formerly a member of
the Iranian parliament, and the late Habib Elkanian. a
lewish leader executed by the Islamic regime shortly after
iKhomeini came to power for alleged collaboration with the
[Shah and for maintaining contacts with Israel.
The property of Elkanian's sister was also con-
heated. Kol Israel said. The radio reporter did not dis-
rlose the source of his information but said it was reliable.
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PLO Goals Firm
Even for Arab Intellectuals
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Eleven prominent
Palestinian political and
intellectual leaders have
unanimously rejected
making changes in the
Palestine National Charter,
so that is no longer calls for
the extinction of Israel.
The proposal was put to
them by the Arab-owned
Middle East monthly
because of claims that the
Palestine Liberation
Organization could not
become a partner in Middle
East peace talks until it
dropped the extreme
passages in its basic
document.
THE PALESTINIANS, all of
whom have been described as
moderatfs. declared thai the
Charter should not be changed
and that this was not necessary
for a continuation of the PLO's
pursuit of international
recognition
They include Prof Edward
Said, Columbia University; Dr
Fayez Sayigh, consultant to the
Kuwaiti delegation at the United
Nations; Prof Hisham Sharabi.
Georgetown University; Sidky
Dajani, PLO executive com-
mittee member. Mahmous
Labadi, PLO spokesman: Zehdi
Labib Trr/i. PLO representative
,il the UN S.ilin .liryis. director
of the PI.O rest-arch center, and
KhaJed Fahoum, chairman of the
Palestine Nutional Council
They gave a unanimous "no"
to the following questions:
should the Palestine National
Charter be changed'' Should the
Palestinians iet up a govern
ment in exile with a new
provisional constitution for
Palestine? Would changing the
Charter lead to a US PLO
dialogue or force Israel to
recognize the PLO?
PROP. SAID, once thought of
.is a possible Palestinian par-
ticipant in the Middle East talks,
stated: "In the present context, i
pressure to change the Charter is I
an assault upon Palestinian
rights'" Sayigh also opposed
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French Helped Achieve
Nazi 'Final Solution'
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By DAVID LANDAU
ASWAN (JTA) Israeli
Egyptian agreement on the
issues involved in the Iranian and
Afghanistan crises should serve
as "a foundation of good will, co-
operation and understanding on
which we shall build in the
future "
Thifl was the central message
of I'rimt' Minister Begin'* public
remarks at a dinner here
following a working session of his
summit with President Anwar
Sadat
"Thank God." said Begin.
' Israel and Eg) pt are on the side
ot right, not wrong, justice, not
its opposite; freedom, not
sla\er\ in the lace of these two
setbacks for the Weal
BIT THERE was no in
duation from either Hegin or
Sadat, or their aides, that the
shared outlook would express
itsell in specifkoperational term-
in the immediate future.
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the two countries, it was Sadat
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The two leaders seemed
relaxed and at ease in each
other's company during a dinner
given by the Sadats for the
Begins at the Israeli Prime
Minister's hotel They exchanged
banter freely, and even at
moments when the conversation
Its Bed, there was none of the
fidgety awkwardness between
them that characterized their
earlier encounters
AT A ro-minute meeting
earlier, which Begin described U
a kind of tour d hori/on. the two
leaden discussed regional and
global developments and put off
until today a detailed review of
the outstanding bilateral
questions SUtonom) and nor-
malization
Sadal was pointed!) positive in
hi- references at the dinner
sddreas to the "progress that has
bees achieved." Continuing, he
declared
\\ both agreed that if any-
one had told either of us three
yean ago thai all this would be
achieved toda\ neither 1 nor my
dear friend Menachem Begin, the
Prime Minister ot Israel, could
have believed it
Thanks to God and to the
efforts and genuineness of such
leaders as Menachem Begin and
Jimmy tarter, we have reached
this point We have laid the
cornerstone for a just and
comprehensive eel l IbiiihiW and
for peace to prevail forever It
would l>e "only a matter of time."
Sadat asserted. In-fore other-
joined the peace procesa
"History never goes back," he
assured
THE SIGHTSEEING part of
Begin- -tav in upper Egypt
began with a somewhat hurried
visit to the famed tempk' of
Ramses II at Abu Simbel The
Prime Minister allowed himself
only a brief hall hour to take in
the wonders .,t this ancient site,
200 miles -outh of here
Begin listened without
reacting to the erudite ex-
planation! ottered by the en-
thusiastic young curator of Abu
Simbel. I)r Atef Abu Dahab Hil
wife, Aliza. though, showed lively
interest in the artistic and
mythological significance of the
rich baa relief- that adorn the
temple- Later, -he invited l)r
Abu Dahab to v isit Israel and tee
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To Jan. 26 Open Links
\-~\\ \\ i.IT \i Prime
Minista Menachem Begin and
President Vnwar Sadat wound
up their summit meeting here
with a loint pre-- conference si
which both leaders acknowledged
that the) had failed to reach
agree menl on the issue ol
BUtonom) and how it might
relate to .leru-alem
r*hej reaffirmed, however, that
the normalisation of relationa
between Israel and Kgypt will
proceed according to thi
timetable laid down bv their
pew i real v
BEGIN TOLD reporter- that
postal and telephonic com
munuation- a- well as civilian
land, sea and air link- would !>e
opened bet ween t he two countries
on Jan -''. followed bv the e\
change of \mba-sador- on f'eb
Sadat reiterated that he in
tended lo implement nor
mali/alion in accordance with the
Utter and the spirit of the im-.u .
treaty But he expressed
di-appointment over the impasse
00 autonomy for the Wast Bank
and (ia/a Strip
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progress on the autonom) issui
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time, indicating that more
summit meetings will be Deeded
I ht peact treat) calls tor the
autonom) negotiation- to be
pleted b) Maj I
BEGIN TOLD the press
, ,nif. n nee that he would consider
Sadal propa-al to implement
autonom) tir-t in the Gaza Strip
when the inhabitant- are
believed lo Im- more amenable
than on the Weal Bank Egypt
believe- it -till evert- BOOM in-
fluence in that terntorv which it
ruled until 1967 Begin said be
would -ubmit the suggestion lo
hi- Cabinet for consideration
However he was adamant in
hi- rcitvtion of Sadat proposal
that East Jerusalem !* included
in the autonomy plan, allowing
i- trafa residents to vote in the
elections tor the self-governing
administrative council on the
Weal Bank
I again told President Satlat
that .leru-alem i- the eternal
capital ot Israel and i- in
divisible, Begin told reporters
<>n hi- return to Israel
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Women iNCJWl. said that some
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Liberation Organization (FM.Oi
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Latest Firing and Black Dissent Dreams, Face Realities
Continued from Page 4 A
ir architects of sanctuary.
It is this schizoprenic real-
ohtik that the INS began to
lursue under Holtzman's
t>dding which encouraged and
to the strengthening of the
wrk of Martin Mendelsohn,
sputy director of the Justice
ppartment's Criminal Division.
MENDELSOHN began to
ive some positive results in his
irsuit of former Nazis hiding in
U.S. And that was enough for
old "Paperclip" boys to let
It a contract on him. In what
ust be counted as one of the
labbiest power plays on Capitol
(ill in a long time. Mendelsohn
|5 just been fired by Philip
leymann. his superior in the
rimmal Division, on the basis
it Mendelsohn was having a
rrsonal feud with Walter
.klor, a former prosecutor at
irt-mtierg.
[There is little doubt that
lendelsohn. in his two years
|th the Special Investigations
nt. had become a super-hitman
ex-Nazis living in the U.S.
jw could he have offended
eklaT, the special unit's
rwtor?
By being successful, of course,
r more than Rockier, himself,
hose record as director has been
than sterling and whose
mmitment to the program, for
1 of his Nuremberg credentials,
ubject to profound question
t the internal politics of this
ggle are less significant than
end result Once again, the
pardip" boys have won.
WHAT I find so obnoxious in
of this is that I have yet to
r a peep out of the press or the
era! community deploring the
g of Mendelsohn In a world
:ing such high value on Nazi
s and German war medals.
Is should come as no surprise
put what if this were a
-.ion involving Castro-type
rials stvrvilv in our midst
>ffended the sensibilities of a
*erful Latin community here'
e slavish press obsequiousness
Latin power would devise a
I of lurid headlines decrying
injustice of it all. and the
Htina themselves might l>e
K-oMin^ bombs.
And what about the Black
community? Especially. I have in
mind the firing last year of
Andrew Young, which promptly
became a cause celebre ranging
from a chilling outburst of frank
"lack anti-Semitism to the
practice of amateurish inter
national diplomacy bv the likes of
Jwm Jackson and the Southern
C hristian leadership Conference.
I see no such equivalent furor
in the Black community at the
firing of Mendelsohn. Or in any
other community in the nation
which joined in the attack on the
Young firing as an attack on civil
liberties.
ISN'T THE Mendelsohn firing
at the hands of encrusted Nazi
prototypes on Capitol Hill (and I
don't mean Philip Heymann him
self he merely did the dirty
work) at least as much an attack
on civil liberties?
It is in fact more so. But the
I .iseof Martin Mendelsohn has to
do with a Jew. or so it super-
ficially seems, and therefore who
cares'' It has to do with Nazis,
and they never really did much
harm to anybody except to Jews
who probably deserved it Isn't
that bo?
In the end. the sad fact is that
the firing of Mendelsohn was like
the Nixon engineered firing of
Vbc Fortaa from the United
States Supreme Court. Both have
placed the nation in growing
jeopardy by forces that the
majority misreads as enemies
only of the Jewish minority. But
the forces arrayed against
egalitarianism and freedom are
not the enemies of Jews alone,
and those who would believe that
exemplify the shortsighted self-
interest that the Young firing has
since encouraged to emerge from
the shadows of quiescent
American anti-Semitism It is a
dangerous delusion.
THE SILENT community
should hang its head in shame
and especially the silent Black
community which, for all of its
preachers and preachments, still
fails to understand the meaning
of civil rights and. what is more,
the responsibilities that civil
lilxrtarianism must bear
There are people on Capitol
Mill who love Nazis and who
don't have to buy or sell Nazi
items and German war medals
from coin investment outfits to
prove it Theirs is a far more
dangerous amour
This bodes ill for all of us. not
just Jews The Black com-
munity's failure to condemn the
Mendelsohn firing is typical of
the larger national indifference. I
single it out merely because that
community'a militant reaction to
the Young firing shows how
elective, parochial and plain
wrong we have become in
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We do not have to love any of
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S
Public Notices'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF |
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 7* 17USFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
I OOK
Petitioner
VI
PHILI.lPCOOK
K.-spondent
ro phiij.ipcook
EdlflcloEICortt)o
Reform*
Local ll-C
Knterplao
Ave Reforma 02<18
Zona B
Guatemala
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to aerve a copy of your
written answer and defenses If
any. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP, plaintiff* attorney,
whose address la 2356 Salzedo
Street. Suite 309, Coral Gable*
Florida 33134. on or before Feb
8. 1980. and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff's attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on December
28th. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08370 Jan. 4.11. 18. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. S4FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CARLOS UNEI : ifl
\: M \K \ U3ELLAS
Pi I MM \KA -VHEI :
654 E Lippincotl Street
Philadelphia
Pennsvlvanla
YOl ARK NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLI TION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
afainat you and you are
i ec| .ired to serve a copy of your
w rittcn answer and defenses. If \
ant to It on DANIEL|
GALLUP, CM) plaintiffs'
attorney, whose address is 2355I
BaJiadO Street. Suite 309 Coral i
Gables. Florida 33134 on or'
before February *. I*"0. and
file the original with the clerk
of tlus 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 com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on December
28. 1978
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
05554 Dec 28. 1979.
Jan 4. 11, 18. 1980
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OFF! ORID \
STYOFDADI --
Th,
...\ ii la the Intention "f in.'
rsignad I In >
'. !"'"
lictiUoui name "f INTER
N sTIONAL HAIR STYUN
n\c-
in the city "' Hlali
Count) Honda
Those interested In said
enterprise and tin extent ol
the Enteraal ol mcii is as
follow s
RAFAEL GONZALEZ
101 NW II tva
Miami Fl. 33126
gtJMi I'.'i H 1979.
Jan 4. 11. IS, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 79-9MI
IN RE ESTATE OF
i ETNA ROSENTHAL.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOL' ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
ETNA ROSENTHAL.
deceased. FUe Number 79-9341.
is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which Is Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33130
The personal representative of
the estate is ERICH
Rt ISENTHAL whose address la
1500 Bay Road. Apartment
1468 Miami Beach. Florida
The name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims oi'
demands against the estate am
required. WITHIN THREE,
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim is con
Ungent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
All 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 ob
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the quallfica
tions of the personal represen
tatlve. or the venue or Juris
Million of the court
ALL C1.AIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publlcauor
jf this Notice of
Administration January 11
1980
ERICH ROSENTHAL
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ETNA ROSENTHAL
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
HENRY NORTON
llllUlSOl Hiscayne Building
19 West Flagler Street
Miami flonda 33130
Telephone 374 8116
osaao January u, 18.19ty
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Pyramid Productions at 1180
Hiscayne Hlvd Miami Fla
intends to register said nam<
with the Clerk of the Clrcui
Court of Dade County Florida
RhanaoAngalo
Sanchez. Owner
JMI Jan 18 26.
Feb I, 8. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
,SUNSET LIGHTING WARE
HOUSE OITI.ET at 4716 SW
72nd Avenue. Miami. Dade
County. Florida. Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BERKLEY D BUSH
EDWARD CARLO
ROBERT BEAUCHAMP
JOSEPH DlBARTOLOMEO
Attorney for parties
MOO Bird Road
Miami. Florida 33158
Tel 2262276
08375 Jan 11. 18. 36.
Feb 1. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name IRV
DOT RECORDS at 916 Bis
cayne Building. Miami.
Florida 33130. Intends to
reglataY said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Irving M Wolff
Irving Mark Wolff. P A
Attorney for Applicant
916 Hiscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
08356 IV. 28 1979.
Jan 4 11.18. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name R Q
SEP. VIC*: STATION at 3425
West Okeechobee Road
Hialeah Florida Intends to
register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court o.
Dade County. Florida
By Roberto Gonzalez
G ENTERPRISES INC
DANIEL M KEIL. ESQ
Attorney for
G ENTERPRISES. INC
3165 West 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida
08376 Jan 11. 18. 25.
Feb 1, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious named
AMERICAN CHAMBER OF
TOURISM. CAMARA AMER
ICANA DE TUR1SMO IN-
TERNATIONAL CHAMBER
OF TOURISM. CAMARA IN
TERNACIONAL DE
Tl'RISMO. CARNIVAL OF
THE AMERICAS at P O Box
011381. Miami. Florida 33101
intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Cou rt of Dade County. F lor ida
WALDO PEREZ PEREZ
Owner. 100 percent
OUT? Jan 11. 18 25.
Feb 1.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
Hoi VIKR CATERERS at 7258
NW 25th Street. Miami.
Flonda. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
On uil Court of Dade County.
Florida
LA CAN TIN A
FAMILIAR INC .
a Florida Corporation
\ Robert Carlisle
Attorney for applicant
299 A lhambra Circle
Coral Gables. Fl S3134
08374 Jan 11. 1" 25
Feb 1. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In bualnesi
under the fictitious name o,
MIAMI SEAFOOD IMPORT
COMPANY at number 1815 NE
187 Street in the City of Miami
Florida Intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
III Court of Dade County
Florida
I Mted at Miami. Florida, this
1th day of January. 1979
Bertram Greenwald
l-arrv I Zelsel
ARTHI RS DA\ IS
Attorney for Applicant
National Ban* Ridg
treet
Miami Florida 33130
i 7768
**4- 979
Jan 4. 11 18. 1980 I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7*14*70
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
FRANCISCO FERNANDEZ
Husband
and
HR1GIDACOVADONGA
FERNANDEZ,
Wife
TO Brlgida Covadonga
Fernandez
Cabezon de la Sal
Santander Spain
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for I >i
solution of Marnage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a cop> of your
ntten defenses. If anv to it on
ALBERT I. CARRICAKTE
P A attorney for Petitioner
whoe address is 2491 NW 7th
Street Miami Florida 33125
and file the onginal with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before Feb 1. 1980. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de
manded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
.seal of said court at Miami.
Flonda on this 20 day of
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Ctrl uit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carrlcarte PA
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
Tel i.1051 649 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
08356 Dec 28. 1979.
Jan 4 11 16. I960
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE. ss
The undersigned, under oath,
says It Is the intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise pursuant to
Flonda Statutes 865 09 The flc
tillous name is yl KENS
APARTMENTS located at 1755
Washington Avenue in the City
ol Miami Beach Dade County.
Florida
Those interested In said
snterprts* and the extent of
the Interest of each is as
folio* s
MAURICE WERNER
50 pet undivided interest
LILLIAN WERNER
50 pc t undivided interest
OK347 Dec 28 1979.
Jan 4 11. 18 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
ANOFOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7* ISIUcFC)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnage of
MICHAEI UN '.SHAW
Petitioner Husband.
ami
PHYLLIS LANOSH AW
Koimndent Wife
DO PHYLUSLANOSHAW
M10 Southwest
164 Terrace
Miami Fl. 3.115?
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dlaaoiutlon of Marriage ha*
been filed again*! you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defense* If any. to
II on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner whoa*
address' I* 1515 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 110-B. Miami FL
33169 and file the onginal with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 1.
1980. otherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition f
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Karleen Preece
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
08359 Dec 28 1979.
Jan 4 11. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name
ME DUAL SERV ICE I
CENTER at 995 Interama
Boulevard North Miami
Beach. I>ade County Florida
UMJ intends to register said
name with the Oerk of the Clr
cult Court of Dade County
Florida
JOSHl A I.
STERNBERG M D PA
H) s JOSHl A I.
STERNBERG cCorporate
SeaL
Joshua L Stambarj
President 100 percent Owner
MORTON H ZEMEL J D
Attorney for
Joshua I. Stemberg.
HO PA
Suite HI
16666 NE 19th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Flonda 33162
Telephone i 3061 949 4237
083S7 Dec 28.1979.
__________________Jan, 4. 11. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names
Sheldon Levlne d b a Handy
Dandy, at 8740 SW 20 Terrace
Miami. Fla 33166 Intends to
register said names with the
Clara of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Sheldon Levlne. Owner
1*362 Jan 4 11. 18 25 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
' thai the ,n,ler*i>
n business
'
' glatar said
i :he
' aaa
Mam..
iiti
.___________ in 4 11. 11 1980
NTHI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 7* I1JI7 03
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
ANDREW JOHN LANAHAN.
Petitioner
and MARY LANAHAN.
Respondent
TO MARY I .AN AH AN
480 Old Town Road
Port Jefferson Station
Apartment 2F
University Gardens
Long Island. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dlaaoiutlon
of Marriage has bean filed
against you and you are hereby
required to aerve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
PeUtlon on the Petitioner's
Attorney. JOHN J GALLA
GHER. 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 1980. or a
Default will be entered against
you
DATED this 21 day of
December 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By Karleen Preece
Deputy Clerk
08360 Dec 28. 1979
Jan 4. 11. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNO.?* '
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
! ITICK IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned.
dea'rtng lo engage in business
ui t the fictitious name PED
c> DISCOUNT DRUGS
. .c PEDCO at nOUncoln
Ro cl Miami Beach Fla 33139
intend*1 to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Count) Florida
PEDCO DISCOI NT
DRUGS INC
.c Fid Ida I orporalion
Jonathan Beloff At tor net
smith Handler smith
Werner la, doom ilz
.Hid h r ,. .1 I \
III1 Lincoln Road
Miami Heac li Fla 33139
WMl Ian I I 1 dT. ,*>o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
IS HEREBY
' N that the underlined
k ling to engage in business
; RE SHOP at on
Miami
Ha 33139 intends to
the
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PRODI CTS inc
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURT0F
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No ? U57I
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR IAOE
IN RE
- \\ n sOOHE" '
Fl ERTES Pi Utloner
and
gl SAN \ \
p.c xvt //' i Respondent
, n \ \
noon zzi
SailsM No nm
E ntre 15 y 16
I .a Plata Buenos Aires
Una 1900
South America
Y"l IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for DIs
solution of Marriage has been
filed against >ou and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defense*. If any to IIon
BENNETT D Fl LTV. E84)
> for Petitioner whose
addreaa is 619 SW 12th Avenue
Miami Florid* and file the
original with the clerk of the
urt on or before
January 2S is"*1 otherwise a
default will be entered against
r the relief demanded In
the c omplaml nr petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
||V8 weeks in Till-:
IE WISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 19 day of
; >. .in be r 1979
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dad*Count) Florida
B) Karleen Preece
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit <\mrt Seal >
IW349 Iff 28 1979
Jan 4. 11 16. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 79 1)477 (FC1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
The marnage of
FREDDIE I OREER
Petitioner Husband
and
BETTY OREER
Respondent Wife
To BETTY OREER
r Ighl Arc r. Street
New Haven
OonfMctlcul 06519
^ I H ARE HEREBY voti
FIED that an action for
ohlUjOfl of Marnage ha*
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
i"i" > rttten defenses if in> to
II on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 1315 Northwest 167
Street Suite 110-H Miami
hlurioa J.ll original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 25 I960 otherwise s
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the ompUunt or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
taaJ. of said court at Miami
Flonda on this 19 day of
December. 1979
RICHARDP BRINKER
AsOerk Circuit Court
Dado Count) Florida
B) Karleen Preece
A* Deputy Oerh
Circuit Court Seal.
""V-" De< 28 1979
Jan 4. 11 is 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Na 79-17118; PC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RK The Marriage of
ARMIN EDMI'NDOoPITZ.
Husband
and
ANTONIETA ACFA BOO
SCARE/OPITZ
Wife
TO Antoniela Acevedo
SuareiOpiu
Sot,, *gullar No 1790
Santiago Chile
1 "i UUt HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution of Marnage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your wntten defenses. If any. to
it on AIJ1KRT I. CARRI
CARTE P A stlomey for
Petitioner whose address is
Mil NW ;th Street. Miami
Florida 33125 and file th
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 8 nato. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
Thl* notice shall be published
I each week for four on
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami
r londa on this IT day of
IITI
RICHAR NKER
AsClerk Circuit c
Da ia
B) J
Demit) c .

i- na street
Miain
utomey for Petitioner
"i < .1 ;i a itao
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE IITM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
7 Jljej
NOTICE OF SUIT
H I F
nan,
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Will IE MAE Roi.l.F \ND
ml NKNOWN HEIR
i.AW DE> AS
in: si CCES
I IN V N l a I :
,\N PERSONS CLAIM
\\N INTEREST BY
TTIROI ..ll OR i nder aNY
,'! ihf DEFENDANT
HER* IN HFR HEIRS I I
VISEES LSSIGNEES IM
M CCFSSc IRS > IF rilF.
lBO\ I- N VMED DEFEN
DANT
Defendant*
TO
THE hKHMMNT
WILLIE MAP ROLLE
VNIi To T)lr I NKNoWN
HEIRS *T law Dl
VISEES aSSIG NEI
VNIi SI (VESSORS !r
\\V IND ALL IN
known PERSONS
CUUMINa ANY INTER
I -r BY THROI ell oR
I NDER T}\y AH' I-
s \MF.D Dr FENDANT
HERI :n her HEIRS
DEVISEES ASSiaNEl
\M SI ITTSSORfl IF
*NY
WILLIE MAI RolJjr
Raaldatv r I nkmtwn
s 4MES Ol \U i n
KN. iWN HEIRS AT LAW
DEVISEES ASSIGNEES
\NI si tVESSORS IF
ANY
Residence I 'nknown
Yoi IRE HEREBY vti
FIED thai a suit to Quiet Title
.inhering the follow ing de
scribed property situated in
I >ade County I- rHfeV I alt
- Bl NCHE
I MlK .. rding to the
I'1*1 thereof as recorded In
Plat IVm* 50 at Page 20 of
Ih* PUbUc Records Of Dads)
Count) Florida a k a
iMo: nw and Court
Mian.I Florid*
has been filed against >ou and
ere required lx serve a
1 ir written defenses
if an) on SHELDON B PAL
: I i ES-QI IRE KOonmj for
< Northwest :th
-'.i"-i Miami Flonda 33123
ci or before the 1st day of
February 1980 and file the
original with the Clerk of thl*
Court whether before service
cm Plaintiff s attorn*)) or Im
mediately thereafter other
wise a Default will be entered
against you for the re.ef
Might in Plaintiff Complaint
WITM- H 01) hand and
official ra; at Miami Dade
r "'la I thai fca)
nbaf :/
Richard I' Brinker tier*
ilerk of the Court
B) M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Dec 2S 1979
Jan 4 II 16 i960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat* N* 79 1)47.)
lOiv It)
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN THE MATTER Of
THE ADolTlnN 01
FEMALE lewis
A Minor
To HARDY 1. 01 ICI
Residenc e I nknown
IN i 4R1 HEREBY N(/TI
FIED that a Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
I rOUJ written defenses
f any to It on Kw itney Kroop
a >.helnberg Pa attorney
lor PelilK.ner whose address Is
U> Lin, oln Road Miami
M. ... i, Flonda 33139 and file
the onginal witn the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Feb 1 lsao therwUe a
default will be entered against
>>. f,.i th.. relief demanded In
the ompuunt or petition
not ic e shall be published
once ea. h week for four
^e weeks m THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNES m) hand and the
I said i uurt at Miami
U ,*i thu 19 da> ,,f
her 1979
RICHARD F BRINKER
*' .it Court
Dad*Count) Flonda
By Wilhr Bradahaw Jr
A* Deputy ci.rfc
-.'I Seal'
KWHNFY KROOP 4
SCHEINBERG P a
IM Lincoln Road Suit* Si j
Miami Bea. h Florida 331 39
AUorna) for
Petitioner
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DM.M 1979
Am,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
,,N/;!. '" HEREBY
' the undersigned
Ute in bu.ine-
II -lame
giatar
gllfM
Mlguel-ut,
Reia:do Montpenu-r
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Joe's Stern Mustachio
Stalin's Tyranny Recalled on His Centenary
Continued from Page I A
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rship rivals and cement
nal position, but they
inspired b> a Brm belief
Soviet I'nion would have
squurelv at the Stalinist
fcd iivmiimf ii as the price
^^t progress
I when Khrushche\ was
in 1964, his damoUtion of
Stalin arui the rehabilitation of
bio man\ victims was only half
erniipeati
Hia aucceaaora Leonid Brest)-
IV and \le\ei Koaygin took the
^hai Stalin's ,
art t<> vita] a pillar in
mumst Party i history
Id up to indiscriminate
|T DECIDED to cloeetha
record as jj atood,
K mm of Stalin's dead
B restored to placea of
and some, like Nikolai
n still on the blacklist
ull has been to leave
a kind of ambiguous
0 fully inherent picture
storical role in building
let I I nion now exists and
ph) of him is on sale
(facial hope appears to be
h paaaing years interest
n will ^raduallv fade
'""^aaL.
H|?i> a bust of the dead
Hras erected in Red Square
I Kremlin wall, but there
no move to rehabilitate
plelely and overturn the
negative verdict of the
hev years.
FOtMAl.Li. the Soviet
aderahip still stands by the
aununist Party Central Com-
[resolution of June 30.
Much condemned the "per-
eonaaaVcult
Hn practice since the mid
there has been a clear
I in the way the historical
is shaded While the
he\ period highlighted
Haide of Stalin with a flood
^B. films and memoirs such
Bexander Solxhenltayn'a
K)u, l),i\ in the Life of /i .in
&>i< '. now it is the positi\ e
Stalin which is stressed
assive editions ol the
party history have been
_.t> to gloss over the crimes
|6talin era and cut out the
hev criticisms.
| EXAMPLE is the ac-
that Stalin contributed
| to needless Red Army
during World War II by
clear warnings of
"* imminent attack on
aaeiam 1941.
criticism was retained in
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1978 when the great Soviet
encyclopedia published its
authoritative article on Stalin
The charge was that he miscal-
culated the outbreak ot the Nazi-
So\ let struggle
Bui page aeven ol the So* iel
Military Encyclopedia, iual pub
Ushed in Moscow, exonerates
Stalin of all blame and attributes
Soviet defensive weaknesses in
1941 to unavoidable shortages ol
time and of supplies
Since the mid-1960a Stalin'a
image as wartime leader and
statesman has undergone
gradual refurbishment in plays,
hooka and films
TiPICAI. OF the current out
put are the war novels of
Alexander thakovsky. editor of
the influential Literary (icuette.
organ of the Writers' Union.
Chakovaky'a Victory, pub-
lished last year, shows Stalin
majestically dominating the 1945
Potsdam conference and getting
tin- better of his untrustworthy
Western counterparts. President
Marry Truman and British Prime
Minister Winston Churchill.
Meanwhile, the curtain which
Khrushchev raised on Stalin s
crimes has been allowed to fall
back While then1 are still routine
referencea to the "violations of
Socialist legality'' which took
place, no explanations are given
of what the term means
No mention of the 1930s
purges and their millions of
victims is now allowed to filter
onto the pages of the Soviet
press When prominent purge
victims who wen' rehabilitated
by Khrushchev are mentioned in
print, there is now no reference to
how they died.
SOVIET school children on

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average probably know less of
what happened under Stalin than
their counterparts in German)
know about Hitler
Does all this mean th.it the
Soviet leaders, most ot w horn owe
their careers to Stalin, secret l>
planned a major reappraisal of
him tor his 11 m>t h anniveraarj '
Soviet intellectuals who keep
close watch on the party line
believe not
"They would secretly have
liked to. but they don't dare,
one commented. Stalin's looth
birthday would be marked
roughly as it was a decade ago for
the 90th, when there was an
articla in Pravda but no other
celebrations, he predicted.
ACCORDING TO unofficial
Marxist historian Roy Med-
vedev. the Kremlin in fact had
plans for a much more lavish
celebration o( Stalin's 9th birth
i(ut the\ were called ofl at the
la-: moment alter protests from
the Polish and Hungarian Com-
munist part u-s
The same tear ot upsetting
foreign Communist opinion and
ger ral reluctance to rock the
boa, is hkely to outweigh an\
feeling ol nostalgia tor Stalin
among the Soviet ruling group,
most Soviet intellectuals expect
That such nostalgia exists
among the older generation
hardlv be disputed Last year, at
a Moscow meeting to mark the
anniversar) oi the Red Army, a
mention ol Stalin by Defense
Minister Dmitrv I stinot dree
10-second burst of applause from
and war veterans
OTHER MEMBERS of the
older general ion. w ho were on the
receiving end ot Stalin's terror
and survived the camps, have no
such warm memories
Pew educated Soviet families
were untouched by the purges,
and manj ot todav 's middle-aged
people remember how their
parents were arrested in the
night.
"In 1937 when people arrived
at work in the mornings they
looked round to see who else was
then- and congratulated each
other on hav ing surv iv ed .mother
night.'' one Soviet intellectual
recalled.
Hut even Stalin s embittered
victims agree a repetition of his
terror today is unlikely, chiefly
because the Communist Party-
leaders themselves would have
most to fear
TODAr" STALIN is not such
an acute political problem for the
Kremlin leadership as he was m
the yean alter his death
Hut in a political system which
depends for its legitimacy on its
origin in the 1917 revolution and
draws us ideological inspiration
from the past Stalin remains an
awkward figure
There is no eas) explanation
tor the fad that tor 30 years be
tween the time ol Lenin and
todav the Soviet Union was ruled
by a man who. at least bv the
standards ot Western historians
was one ot history's greatest
mass murderers
No official tally of Stalin's
victims has ever been published
m the Soviet l nion. Western
scholars have guessed that the
number who died in the famines
ot the 1930s after collectivization
and in the subsequent purges and
labor (amps is up to -1' million
EVEN THOUGH the book on
stalin is official!) closed,
curiosity about him among or
dinar) Soviet people appears to
lx- growing
Kmong the books which
Moscow intellectuals seem most
anxious to borrow from Western
tnends are those about Stalin
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imoassaaor Abba Ebon
To Speak on Beach
At Histadrut Conference
UDenmmed Uiairman
Of Brotherhood Dinner

5 Ambassador Abba Kban,
Israt'l- annulate former chief
ej|\o\ ! ' dosing Imnquet of the 14th
annual Histadrut Kconomic
Conference lor Israel, held by the
Israel Histadrut Foundation
(IHI i. I eh lti 1'. at the Konover
Hotel Miami Heach.
|)r Sol Stein, national
president of the Histadrut
? inundation, anti Dr. Leon
Kronish. chairman of the national
J>ard of directors, noted the
vial significance of the four-
\\ oondava
"It not only marks the
bration of the 60th an-
araaiy year of the founding of
tadrut in Israel, but the
one achievement of the IHF
million milestone, the
ulative total of commitments
the social and welfare
grams of Histadrut. serving
need* of more than 75 percent
he people of Israel." said Dr.
n
\\. look forward to the ut
t participation by the many
ish communities of the
ted States and Canada which
be represented here next
th. Dr Stein said, "as we
ark 'Ti a campaign to secure
idditional $10 million in
itmenta bvChanukah. 1980.
h anniversary of
ladnit'a creation in 1920 b)
id Hen -(iunon and his
w era
istadrui encompasses nearly
million men. women and
and maintains the
trj largeat health service
Houm, with 17 major
itala and 1200 clinks aa
i* one ol Israel fineet
chool -\ sterna,
uid educational centera,
;.' aged, childran
: and man) other facilities
Ml program of social
are financed by many
ricans ol all faitha, through
l-rael Histadrut Foun-
)n said Mr LaOD Kronish.
:ializing in the field of
ad giving and long term
n: merits to Israel's general
i/ation of pioneers and
ers

ibaaaador Kban. a member
<46oa Ebon
of the Knesset and Israels
former foreign minister, will
speak at the awards banquet Feb.
19, at which time the Histadrut
Foundation's Sixty Million
Dollar Award will be presented.
Participants in the Histadrut
economic conference will include
major representatives of the
government of Israel and leading
figures of the Labor Zionist
Movement, in addition to
delegates from throughout North
America
Other scheduled events include
the Inaugural Assembly Feb. 16
and a Yiddish-speaking reception
Feb 18.
'Lunch With the
Rabbi'Scheduled
On Wednesday, .Ian L'.f.
Congregation Het Hreira is
having "Lunch with the Rabbi"
al noon at the South Miami New
England < ryater House
The public is Welcome
Reservations ma) be made
through the temple office
\t Shabbal Sen tees al s I
p m on Ian 25, the Het Hreira
Temple N. outh Group will present
a program on Ida Nutlel. the
Russian dissident who has bean
baniahed to Siberia Thepn>gram
will be directed by Hmda Cantor.
The public I- w elrome Ser\ ices
are held at Killian Fines
Methodist Church. 10756SW 112
St
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L-S.
William S Ruben, chairman of
the board for Jordan Marsh, has
bean named general chairman for
the 2Hth annual Brotherhood
Minner of the National Con-
ference >if Chriatiani and .lews on
Saturday. Feb. 2. at the Omni
International Hotel
Ruben is assisted b) Mr Henry
King Stanford. President of the
University of Miami, who is
serving as awards chairman
Both Ruben and Mr Stanford
are former recipients of the
prestigious NCCJ Silver
Medallions. Ruben in 1977 and
Stanford in 1968.
Philip N. Chaanay, president of
First Federal of Broward. is
serving as convenor for the
Broward section of the
Brotherhood Dinner
Recently Ruben was honored
by B'nai B'rith with its
Humanitarian Award, a national
honor given for career success
and community service.
He is a past chairman of the
United Wav and a current board
member. His endeavors include
service to the Public Health
Trust, the Dade County US
Savings Bond drive, the Greater
Miami Chamber of Commerce
William Ruhtn
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
He holds offices and mem
berships with the Florida
Philharmonic, the Dade County
Museum of Science, the Jewish
Home for the Aged and the
Orange Howl Committee, among
others.
Mr Stanford's duty as awards
chairman is to head up the
committee that selects the
Dr Stanford
honorees who will receive the
Silver Medallions in I960
He has a long history of service
to the community, including
.iff ices and memberships with the
Made County Community
Relations Board, the Florida
Council of 100. and the Orange
Bowl Committee.
For reservations or further
information concerning the 1980
Brotherhood Minner. call the
NCCJ office
Miami Leaders Elected to UIA Boards
Four leaders of Miami's Jewish
community were recently re-
elected to the United Israel
Vppaal l UIA I board of trustees
and board of directors tor 1980 at
the annual mating of the UIA
board of trustees held in New
York last month
Samuel I Viler, a vice
president ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and general
campaign chairman ol GMJF*s
198<) Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund ICJA
IKFi. along with Harry A Levy,
a GMJF vice president and
chairman of the ll'lanning and
Budget Committee, were re
elected to the IT A board of
trustees
Robert Russell. f. former
Federation president, was re-

Sillu rtnan
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elected to the II \ board of
directors: and Yal Stlberman.
chairman. I-ong Range Planning
for GMFJ'a I960 Campaign
Steering Committee, was elected
tor the first time to the UIA
board of trustees
The UIA is a principal
beneficiary of the United Jewish
Appeal which is supported b)
campaigns such ,i- the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation i CJ \
IFF One of the founders of the
UJA. the organization has been
channeling assistance to the
people iit Israel from American
Jewry since 1925.
MMMMM
Rev. Whyte To Get ADL Award
ton of the Greater Miami Jen ish Federation '$ Chatak
tram met last ueek to plan a panel discussion featuring
Olnurt. yoUHMJttt member of Israel's Knesset Skou n
to right, seated) are Alan KUiger, i ice chairman of the
tnk Program and Harry Waittet Standing 'I to r) ar,
p H, rkou it!. Bruce Colun ami Anna Slit her
ewisJti Floridliiaia

Friday, Januars 18,
Mil ION H
The 19H0 Uninard I. Abess
Human Relations Award will be
given to Reverend Lloyd N
Whyte, it has been announced by
Richard hssen. chairman of the
Florida region of the Anti
Defamation 1-eague of B'nai
B nth
Reverend Whyte is
southeastern area director for the
Southern Baptist Convention
Home Mtssion Board's depart-
ment ol interfaith witness
The Abess Award is given
annually to publicly recognized
efforts made towards furthering
the goal of better human
relations and contributing sub-
stantially to the well-being of the
citizens ol Florida.
In making his announcement,
I ssen said Through this year s
award we are recognizing
Reverend Whyte'a record ol
leadership In the fight against
prejudice and discrimination and
ins dedicated sen ice in numerous
i ommunit) acth ities
He has been a pioneer m the
intertaith n in Made
County, with his efforts having
plav ed a majoi role in 11
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Baptist-J< wi more
t han I
He\, iyu i former
pre-ident ol the Greater \l ami
Council ol (hurt Ins and I
rently serves on the executive
committee of the family and child
care di\ ision of the Welfare Plan-
ning Council.
The presentation of the award
will be made at the Abess Award
luncheon at the Konover Hotel in
Miami Beach on Feb 3
Miami Baach M Murray Meyerson presents key
city h (left) and Dr hen fright)
ish National Fund b at the Fontatnebli
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Bethine Church to
Keynote Guardian Lunch
Bt-thine Church, wife of U.S.
Sam. Frank Church, will present
The Washington Scene: A
Woman's Perspective." when she
keynotes the Women's Division
(iuardian Luncheon of the
(ireater Miami Jewish
Federation on Jan 25.
HosUad bv Mrs. Daniel Neal
Heller at her Miami Reach home,
the luncheon also will feature
guest speaker Mikki Futernick.
Women's Division campaign
chairman.
Nancy Frehling. Women s
Division (iuardian chairman, has
announced that members of the
Ciuardian category, contributors
of $2,500 to $4,999 to the GMFJ
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund, will view
for the first time the (iuardian
Star of David" pin.
The new insignia of leadership
in campaign giving, created
especially tor (iuardian women, is
a replica of the Federation logo
cast in 14 karat gold and set in a
at ickpin design.
Mrs. Church, whose husband is
chairman of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee and will
speak at Federation's campaign
opening dinner on Jan 24. is also
active in public life.
Mrs. Church serves on the
national board of the Cerebral
Palsy Association and has been
honorary co-chairman of the
Rubella Fradication Program in
Idaho. Her work related to the
problems of the handicapped and
the aged coincides with her

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husband's position as chairman
of the Senate Special Committee
on Aging She also serves on the
Ixtard of the Children s Eye Carv
Foundation
Yivo Group
Sets Lecture
The ^ i^ 0 Committee ol
(irealer Miami continues iU
Forum with a lecture by noted
economist Pro! Arthur Lenner ol
McGill Unher-.it >
Hi- topk "Is there a Wax < Kit
of the Present Economic Crisis '
The public is in\ iled to attend
.ii Temple Beth Sholom. Wed
needa) Jan 23, ai 8 p m
Temple Israel Honors
Bishop Duncan
On the occasion of the retire-
ment of Bishop James Duncan,
bishop of the Episcopal Diocese
of Southeast Florida. Temple
Israel of Greater Miami will have
a special Sabbath service in his-
honor. Peter Bermont and Martin
Fine will bring greetings: Dr
Joseph R. Narot and Bishop
Duncan will speak.
Services at the temple start at
8 p.m. Friday. Jan. 18.
Rabbi Marc Lee Raphael, pro-
fessor of historv at Ohio State
University and spiritual leader ol
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Columbus, ohm. will discuss
lew- in Contemporary
American Popular Culture" at
the Greenfield Lecture Series at
Temple Israel on Sunday at 10
am
His subject w ill deal with Jews
"in the lowest common
denominator of American
culture. Johnny Carson s guest
list, paperback books and soap
operas."
Non-subscribers may purchase
tickets at the door.
KNESETH ISRAEL
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Sabbath Services Feb. 1 A 2 J5.00
Concert Sunday, Feb. 10 7 p.m. $4.00
Sabbath Services A Concert S7.00
Tickets available in Synagogue Office
Yiddish Singer
Is Scheduled
The cultural committee of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation.
Miami Beach, will present singer
Mimi Sloan in a concert of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs
Sundax evening. Jan 20. at 8
p m 1700 Michigan \ve Miami
Beach
The public is invited Ma
Sloan will be accompanied on
piano by K Wolf
I're-ident of the group ii Julius
Selesk) Secretary 1- Mrs Kneda
Selesk)
Jewish Women's
Political Caucus
["he ne\l general meeting Ol
the Jewish Woman Political
Caucus ol South Florida held "ii Sundsy, .Ian 27, at 1
pm at the Michael \nn Russell
Jewish Community Center 1890
SI 25th fcve
Hut h Shack, president, an-
nounce- 1 hat members will read
to the National Plan ol Vtion
issues whn-h were adopted at the
Salional V\ omen's Conference
CaUCUS member- will choOSC
their priorities sa Jewish women
and then plan strategies for
implementation Members an.l
truest are welcome to attend
Bar-Ilan University
Officers to Visit Here
Rabbi Karpol Bender
executive vies chairman of the
international board oi overseen
ol Bar llan University, will visit
Miami next week to meal with
the lea dan of the Florida Friends
ol Bar llan Universit) and
Woman tor Bar llan UnJversit)
on Monda> and Tuesday
The \ isil 1- part of the con
tinuing obeervsnes of Bar-Ilan'i
25th anniveraarj Rabbi Bender
will con-ult with leader on fund
raising plan- ol men's and
woman's groups and will report
on special events in Israel
planned to commemorate the
silver snnrversarj ol the foun-
ding ot the universit)
Kabbi B'nder als> ,
meet it h a grou|
organizing in Brow U
Both meetings will i
1 he Ronej I'l.i/a in \i ,
the men s luncheon ai
of Bar Han and th.'
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Sunday, Jan. 27 7:30 p.m.
Phone 576-4000. et. 25.1
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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Nulman to Visit
''oras Ernes Academy
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uidt'lines for future growth
development for the Toras
i,'s Academy of Miami will be
focui of the visit to the school
17 to 21 of one of the leaders
(he day school movement in
mriia. Dr. Louis Nulman.
kmlx'r of the presidium of
(rah I'mesorah. the National
ciety for Hebrew Day Schools.
[Dr Nulman will review the
riculum and achievements of
chool program and meet
students, teachers, and lay
rabbinical leaders of the
fool, indicated Dr. Norman
im, Academy president.
The growth of the school to
over 140 students in two
locations necessitates long range
planning as to financing, size of
the student body, physical
facilities and emphases in the
academic areas." Bloom said.
Nulman. who is the author of
one of the pioneering studies in
day school education. The Parent
and thtJtwith Day School, has
been involved with Torah
I'mesorah for the past three
decades.
More than 500 schools in 37
states and five provinces in
Canada are affiliated with the
organization
Canadian Ballet Troupe
To Perform on Beach
fThe internationally acclaimed
\\ al Winnipeg Mallet. Canada's
icipal ballet company, will
rive in South Florida for two
rformances. the first. Satur
Fb. 2. at 8:30 p.m. under
banner of Zev Muf man at Fort
jderdale's War Memorial
^ditonum. to be followed on
>nday. Feb. 4. at 8:30 p.m. at
Miami fleach Theater of the
forming Arts presented by
iple Meth Sholom of Greater
imi
Included in the program will be
>ulcmella Variations."
finally conceived for the
lencan Mallet Theatre with
ography by Michael Smum
music by Igor Stravinsky.
flong." choreography by
jrbert Yesak, music by
Ihwack. Syrinx and Phillip
rrren' Family Scenes"
choreography by Oscar Araiz,
music by Francis Poulenc;
Napoli Fas De Six.
choreography by August
Hournonville. music by H S.
Paulli and B. Helsted. and Agnes
de Mule's "Rodeo." music by
Aaron Copland
'Borscht Belt'
Show Planned
It will be back to the 'Borscht
Belt" Sunday. Jan 20. at 7 p.m.
at Temple L'manu-El of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach, when the
congregation's Men's Club and
Forty Niners organizations
present A Catskill Mountain
Review."
The program is open to the
general public
Israeli Art on Display

special art exhibit featuring
hings and drypoint prints by
ieli artist Liana Hen Itzhac is
display at the Greater Miami
ish Federation through the
^*nri of January The an-
"~uncement was made by
nley Arkin. chairman of
eration s Art Committee.
.The Federation Gallery is
showing 22 art works.
resenting the recurring theme
peace that is expressed in the
ist's work.
Ms. Ben Itzhac's subtle use of
SSrth tones portrays the Israeli
pie's strong connection to
ir land. All her works are
ited editions.
Ms Ben Itzhac has exhibited
work in prominent galleries in
Aviv and Haifa. She is
sently teaching at the Haifa
seum of Art and Beit
thschild Cultural Centre on
Carmel.
fThe Federation Gallery at 4200
Biscayne Boulevard, is open
during regular business hours,
Monday through Friday.
Beth Kodesh
Late Friday evening services
will be conducted at Beth Kodesh
Synagogue. 8:16 p.m.. on Jan. 18
by Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor l,eon Segal.
Dr. Donald Michelson.
professor of history at Miami
Dade Community College, will
discuss: "The Problems of
Mlacks and Jews."
A bar and bat mitzvah class is
being formed under the guidance
of Ix>uis (iadon.
Beth Kodesh has hired (iadon
as instructor and sexton. He has
served the community for over 40
years at Beth David
Congregation.
Talk Planned
On Friday evening. Jan. 18,
following late 8:15 p.m. Sabbath
services at Temple Zion. Sam
Gyson. featured talk host on
Channel 51, will address the
Temple congregation at the
monthly Adult Forum on "The
Talk Show Syndrome and the
Jewish Listening Audience."
Gyson has been a foreign
correspondent in capitals of
Western F.urope and a reporter,
writer and editor of New York
and Florida newspapers and wire
services. He has been hosting
radio and television interview
shows for more than 25 years,
and has served as a para-legal
consultant in Dade County's
public defender's office.
Hibiscus Lodge
"The Blue Rose." a musical
starring Tony Simone. will be
performed Sunday evening. Jan
27. at the Hibiscus Masonic
Temple, Miami Beach
There will also be dancing to
live music and refreshments
The Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach was able to turn
over more than $150,000 to Mount Sinai Medical Center's
Tumor Clinic at its 21st annual luncheon, thanks to the efforts
and support of Mrs. Ira (Eva Don) Liberson, Cancer League
president; Mrs. Polly De Hirsch Meyer, the honoree of the day;
Mrs. Robert Z. (S'ancyl Greene,honorary board chairman; and
chairman of the day, Mrs. Ceil Ross Block, \ancy Greene
tupped her traditional annual contribution to the group with a
donation in honor of the late Samuel Gertner, Mount Sinai's
executive vice president who died recently.
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Scheduled at Beth Sholom
Conference on
Soviet Jewry
Yefitn Bronfman, among
Israel'9 most accomplished
young pianists, will appear in a
premiere recital Sunday. Jan. 27
at 8:30 p.m. as the third in a
series of "Four Great Russian
Emigre Masters of the
Keyboard" presented in the main
sanctuary of Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach
Opening the program with
Haydn's Sonata in C Major. Hob
\ VI 50 "English Sonata.
Bronfman will follow with
Chopin's Four Mazurka*. Op 6
and Schtmo No I, Op 20 m B-
minor
The program s second half will
be devoted entirely to Liszt's
SoitatO m H-mmor
Beginning piano studies in the
>d\ let Union at the age of seven.
Bronfman was able to continue
his studies immediately upon his
emigration to Israel in 1973
under the auspices of the Sharett
Scholarship Program
Guided by Isaac Stern and
encouraged by the America-1s-
rael Cultural Foundation.
Bronfman was soon to appear
regularly with the Chamber
Ensemble. the Jerusalem
Symphony and the Israel
Philharmonic often under the
baton of Zubin Mehta
Following his North American
debut in 1975 with the Montreal
Symphony. Bronfman appeared
with the Marlboro Music
Festival, the New York Philhar-
monic, the Los Angeles. Phila
delphia and Minnesota
Orchestras and the San Diego
Symphony
He then toured with the Israel
Philharmonic appearing in
Miami. Washington DC and
New York with Mehta and
I^onard Bernstein conducting
Coordinated by cultural arts
director Judy Drucker. the
performance is scheduled at the
Temple sanctuary at 8:30 p.m.
Individual tickets from $7.50
to $12.50 are available at the
Temple office
South Dade
Singles Group
All single*, between the age- ol
35 55 are invited by the South
Dade Jewish Community Center
to be in on the first organization
meeting
The new club, established to
serve this age group's -ooal and
intellectual needs, meets on
Tuesdav. -Ian 22, 30 pm at
the Center. 12401 SW 102nd Ave
There i- DO charge to attend
Russian Immigrant
To Show Art Pieces
I >r Ilya Katz. professor of fine
arts and antique* and a recent
Russian Jewish immigrant, will
show his collection of rare pieces
of enamel on gold at the seventh
annual antique show and sale
sponsored by Temple Fmanu-F!
of Greater Miami in the
Friedland Ballroom of the
temple. Miami Beach. on
Saturday. Feb 2, 7 p.m to 11
p.m Sundej Feb I noon to 1"
pm and Mondaj Feb 4. noon to
6 p.m
K.n/ also ill display Ru
sterling Russian Jew
t if acts, lacquer mini sea
oil painting- and I ion
Ball ic ambei i< weir) li> is one
ot 40 unique -peiialu dealers
t ri > 11 -. ,ili ovei l ~~ selected to join
the -how. including Ben Ward ol
the I nicorn Gallery of Houston,
Part Time
Mature Woman (or care of 19
month boy in my home Trans-
portation & English a must 2
days. 3 eves including Sat
night Salary negotiable. South
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11 \..- and Nadja Manl of
Pro\ incetown, Mass
Chairman of the -how is Ranee
Mr- Vlbertl Lew ciM-hairman
i- Hose (Mrs Morn-i Kir-chner
and ad\is-r- are Kuth Sir-
Bernard D i Kaplan and Judy
I Mr- Jerome! I finer
A Florida Conference on
Ben iet Jewish Kesettlement will
be held Sunday. Jan 27. at the
Host Airport Hotel. Tampa
The conference, sponsored by
the Council of Jewish
Federations, will feature gue-t
speakers Edwin Shapiro.
president ol BIAS, and Bernard
Manekin. chairman of the I Jr
Soviet resettlement Program
Committee.
Deadline for registration is
Wednesdaj Jan M
Annual Asthma
'Bike-A-Thon'
Set Jan. 27
Eles en \ e.ir old Kennv
Kauffman, poster child tor the
North Dade Mrowanl chapter oJ
the National Asthma Center, will
kick ofl the seventh annual Bike
\-Thon for the National Asthma
Center on Sunday. Jan 27, from
In .1 m to 1 P m at Florida
International U ni\ ersitj
Tamiami campus
All proceeds from the Bike \
Thon will go to the National
\sthms Center in Denser to the
Help \ Child To Breathe
, ampaign
Teen Trip to
Disney World
The South Dade Jewish
Communit) Center w ill be ha* ing
a three-day Super Weekend in
the Orlando area for young
people, i 3 to 1s > ear- old
The trip departs from the
( enter Friday Jan 25, at 7 a m
and returns Sunday. Jan -'7. at
It" p.m
There is .i limited number ol
spaces so interested teenagers
are urged to register n
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Slaking plans for 1980 activities in South Florida of American
Friends of Haifa I'nuersity are I from left) Hxman Chabne,
Lillian Chabner. Professor Gabriel Warburg, for,,
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Haifa I'nu enstx in Israel; Henrietta London. Ir, ,u. /
and former Miami Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro
Monthly Art Tours *
\ lories of art tours has been
di \ eloped b) the community arta
department ol the Michael Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center. North Miami Beach
The fir-t in this itries ol
monthly tour- ii scheduled for
ruesdaj lai begroupwill
be taken to th.' Metropolitan
Museum to vie* the Permian
exhibition In th. DtBBNi
will \w a \ isit to si
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The art tour- an
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In addition, then will tw i
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For further inforn
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Kobert Russell, a Jewish
community leader, has been
named chairman of the State of
Israel Bonds New Life Dinner, to
be held March 10. at the Konover
Hotel, according to (iary R
GrWMI, Bonds' general campaign
chairman
Russell dan Titled the New Life
Dinner as something unique in
South Florida.
It will I*- an exciting and
notmnal evening, the
<,ntl\ created Now Life tward
^ill be presented to iii men or
woman who have distinguished
themselves in industry or
ero philanthropy. mad
sciences, the arta or education
riu~ award will be presented to
those who have suffered through
the horrors ol tin- Holocaust and
an rebi rn into .1 new
country." he
noted
honored w ill tx' s. li
b\ nonim.ition. throughout the
mint> from .lew ish
anizations synagogues and
individuals. An impartial
selection committee will be
formed by Russell to select the
final six.
The awards will be presented
at a dinner, with entertainment
by international musical star
Victor Borge
Ruaaall, long active in Jewish
communal affairs, has bean an
active participant in Jewish
philanthropic and service
organizations, including State of
Israel Bonds, \lt Sinai Hospital.
Temple Israel of (ireater Miami,
.ind the American Jewish Joint
I Kstribut ion ( ommit
\ former president of the
Itei Miami Jew h
Federation, Russell was the
dire, tor ol the Council ol Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
He has also been active with the
1 nited Jewish Vppeal, Tel Vvi>
University the Jewish Agency
for Israel and the I niversit} ol
Miami He has been the recipient
oi numerous honors and awards
lor his leadership in Jewish
, .\ u affairs
Israel Bond Events

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r> Ila Jan 27 al 5 p m in the
I er41 Sot ial 11 all.
The Goldsteins will receive
1 neral k in Vward
nit: their mam \ears ol
lewiah philanthropic and
Communal act iv it \
lioldstein is a member of the
B'nai H'rith Centur) Club, the
Jewish ( hautauqua Societ> and
the American Jewish Congress
He is .1 pas) president Of the
South Florida Builders
Association and is a Mason
Mrs Goldatein is a member of
a B'nai H'rith Century Club, a
fe membat. of Hadassah. Mt
linai Hospital and the National
lUncil ol Jewish Women
The guest speaker at the
inner will be Rabbi Maxwell
lerger. associate rabbi of Temple
tnianu F.l of Miami Beach Sam
and Helen Cohen are chairmen of
the event
GALAHAD DADB HB"
A Salute to Israel will be held
Wednesday. Jan. 30. at 8 p.m. in
^^the Galahad Dade "B" Card
AAoom in North Miami Beach
%|wi')ie annual event is t>eing held in
- aoo|HTation with the State of
lerael Bonds Organization,
according to chairman Fmanuel
Weiner and co-chairman Al
Lampl.
Weiner and Lampl noted that
the members ol the Ben-Gurion
Chapter of Hadassah will receivi
Israel's Generation Kward,
recognizing t heir efforts on In-half
of the economic development of
the State ol Israel
They have given ol them
selves tirelessl) so that the
people ol Drael m.iv continue to
>) freedom and security mthe
Middle Bast, noted Chairman
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t oies! entertainer will be Emil
en. the Vmerican-Jewish
humorist
POINT EAST
Point Eaat will celebrate its
annual Salute to Israel on Jan 31
al 10 p m in : tie Point Baal
Auditorium \t that tune the
residents ol I'mnt Eaat will
eive Israel's Scroll ol Honor.
recognizing their dedication and
work "ii behall of t he Israel
Bonds Program Chairman of the
Salute to Israel is Morns I.
Tobn
Long active in Jewish COm
munal affairs, Tobman ia .1 paat
president of the Free Sons of
Drael and has been active as an
Drael Bonds chairman of Several
c ampaigna
Emil Cohen will be the gUMl
entertainer
Morns Tobman
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Wally Berman has been named
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Bonds "Gatsby" evening, to be
held Feb 10 at the Morley
F.state. 1581 Brickell Ave.
According to Berman. the
Gatsby' evening will he held on
behalf of the Bonds' New
Leadership Group, encompassing
Dade and Broward County young
professionals.
The evening event called "An
Affair to Remember" will have a
"Roaring Twenties' theme, and
it is expected that several
hundred people will attend in
dress of that era A Dixieland
Jan Hand is scheduled to en-
tertain participants, and there
will be a buffet dinner, in addition
to several kinds of entertainment
B'nai B'rith
Breakfast
B'nai H'rith Sholem !
1 will hold a membership
ikfasl at the Israelite Center
Temple. Miami, on Sunda)
morning. Jan 20 at 10 a m to
honor Dr Kenneth S Hoffn
pas) president of Sholom Lodgi
and chairman ol I '."!< 'ountj I
standing Citizen Vward
luncheon
1 here will also tie a Special
(.west speaker
Jewish Workshop Hour
Rabbi Paul Plotkin ol Temple
Israel ol Miramar will speak on
l'h. Jewish Worship Hour on
Sunda) Jan 20, at 8 a.m on
1 hannel l<>
Berman noted that the New
Leadership Group of Israel
Bonds has always been sup-
portive of the Jewish State,
morally and financially. "In
addition to having an en-
tertaining evening, we know that
the real reason to hold this
'Gatsby' evening will be to help
bolster Israel's economy through
the very important Israel Bonds
Program."
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the "Gatsby" evening may
contact the Israel Bond Office on
Miami Beach.
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Scholars' Weekend at Adath Yeshurun
irzxtzrsza st=?stfsaw sftrsae?^
hold its first annual Scholars
Weekend Jan. 18 20.
Rabbi Victor Zweiling. for- following services,
merly of Temple B'nai Raphael ol On Sunday. Jan. 20. Rabbi
North Miami Beach, will deliver Zweiling willdeliveranaddresson
several addresses on the themes Jewish education to coincide with
of Jewish education, the role of the Fifth Annual Torah
the synagogue in the community
and the Jewish attitude towards
women's rights. *
Rabbi Zweiling. who now
resides in Dayton. Ohio. wil.
deliver the sermon on Jan. 19 at
uSeofri^elTimrnediately Adath Yeshurun s.nce^nwger
with B nai Raphael They na\e
been leaders in the Jewish
community for a number of years
and are dedicated to Jewish
education, culture and philan-
thropy.
Rabbi Zweiling served the
North Dade Jewish community
as well as serving as spiritual
leader of B nai Raphael for five
vears
Development Firm Adds
Consulting Professors
Education Brunch which is
sponsored by the Temple Adath
Yeshuruns Men's Club.
This first annual scholars'
weekend is being made possible
through the sponsorship of Mr
Douglas Gardens Auxiliary Events Set
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged, Douglas
Gardens, will hold its monthly
birthday party on Sunday. Jan
27. at 2 p.m. for the residents.
This party will be hosted by
Mrs. Edna Lavitt and Mrs. Rose
Schwartz. President of the
auxiliary. Mrs. Zelda Thau, will
greet the guests.
Mrs. Frances Makovsky.
program chairman, has arranged
for a musical program featuring
the nightclub singer. Luke
Salem.
The public is invited Refresh
ments will be served
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged. Douglas
Women To Study Finances
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center, and
the South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center. Miami, are
collaborating on a woman's
workshop. "Money and You."
with the Center for Continuing
Education of Women. Miami-
Dade Community College.
This third workshop in the
popular series for women is
designed as a practical learning
experience.
It will include exercises and
instructions on specific money
matters such as preparing income
tax. dealing with insurance,
credit problems, purchase of real
estate. and other financial
matters The workshop leaders
are prominent women in the
financial world.
The Michael Ann Russell JCC
will hold its workshop on Friday.
Jan. 25. 9 30 a.m. 1 p.m.
The South Dade JCC will have
the workshop on Friday. Feb. 1.
Movie
'Oh God'
Jan. 27
The Hillel Center serving the
campuses of Miami-Dade
Community College. North, and
Barry College in cooperation with
campus ministry and the student
activities office of Barry College
will present the film "Oh God."
on Sunday. Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
in the Hounds Tooth I-ounge of
Thompson Hall at Barry College.
Following the film there will be
a panel discussion on "The
Theology of Oh God.'
The panelists will be: Sister
Flanagan. OP.. Department of
Religious Studies. Marry College;
Rabbi Jerome S. Gurland. Hillel
Center, and Dr. John Sause.
chairman. department of
religious studies. Barry College.
The program is open to the
public.
Beth Am
Art Auction
An art auction will take place
in the social hall at Temple Beth
Am on Sunday. Jan. 27 at 8 p.m..
sponsored by the Beth Am
Sisterhood with the Jewish War
Veterans. South Dade Post 778,
and Ladies Auxiliary
The art may be previewed at 7
p.m. The auctioneer. Richard
Reiser, will auction art from The
Art Scene in Dadeland.
Wine, cheese and coffee will b*
served
9:30 a.m. 1 p.m.
Registration is taking place |
now
Gardens, will hold its monthly
luncheon meeting on Tuesday.
Jan 29. at noon at the Delano
Hoed
Mrs Zelda Thau, president of
the auxiliary". wi" K"*"1 tne
guests Invocation will be given
by Mrs Helen Herman
Program chairman. Mrs
Frances Makovsky. has arranged
to have a guest speaker. Mrs
Maxine Schwartz, of the United
Jew ish Appeal who will report on
the activities of UJA
Reservations must be made
early by calling Mrs Anne
Tanenbaum or Hennv Jaffee
South Shore Developers has
retained consultative servicea of
professors W H Chaae and
Barrie L. Jones, both from the
faculty of the graduate school of
business administration of the
University of Connecticut. Peter
DeFrancisci. executive vice
president of South Shore De-
velopers, has announced.
Professor Chase will advise us
in the area of corporate social
responsibility as it relates to the
welfare of South Shore people.
DeFrancisci said
' In his business and society
courses, a prerequisite of the
MBA degree. Chase concentratt-s
in improvement of business
government relations, ami mnm
aa conduit for public opinion into
our management process
"Jonas.' DeFrancisci added
'"is professor of issue manage
ment' in the Universitv o( Con
necticut."
DeFrancisci said th. t,
professors will serve in an ad
visory capacity to a broad tiasM
coalition of civic, fraterna
religious, educational ami
community organizations wv,
is forming to coordinate fforta
In-half of passage of .1 V
refer endum
Israeli Dance Class
\ beginners class in Israeli folk
dancing has been introduced at
the Michael Ann Russell Jewi-h
Community Center. North Miami
Heach. e\er> Sunday evening at
6:30 pm in the Wise Gym
nasium
Intermediate and advanced
classes will continue, as usual.
Sundav evenings. 7 30 to 10 n m
Israeli folk dancing i- ,,n on
going event, attracting all ap
groups, teens ihrOUgl
adults F farbagirmti lass.*
$.50, regular class \mm
mediate and ad\ IDCd .
For additional informaUon
Kintact Cynthia Klein. Michael
Ann Russell JCC communilv n
associate
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A Jewish education center on wheels, complete with audio
visual aid- and library, will be arriving in Miami on Feb. 1 and
will stay through Fen. 6 The mobile "heritage center" will be
superintended by Rebbetzin Ksther Jungreis leader of Hinem.
the sponsoring group
Ana Margarita Martinez-Caaado. popular star of telev ion's
Qiu Pasa, ISA will appear in two stage productions at
Players Stete Theatre ta Coconut Grovein February and March.
She will appear as Cells in "Tba Beauty Shop" and as enopera-
singing hound in the children'! classic tale, 'Tb Bremen Town
Musicians." Martiaaa-Caaada was awarded Nea York's Hols
Ward a- best visiting ectrees ol the year." 1978. and won a
South Florida Kmnn lor individual excellence in talent" last
year as well
The Miami Beach Bass Museum of Art will officially reopen
to the public on Saturday Fab 2 \ Renaissance Weekend will
be staged at that time, including an open house on Sunday. Feb
3 \ lecture will be given on Sundaj from S to 3 p.m. by Kdward
I* Lawaaa ol the Smiths,.man Institution
A reunion of Hoys Club of New York alumni will be held
Saturday, Jan 26, from 11:80 to :< p.m. at The Reef in Fort
LauderdaJe.
Open heart surgery patients will have a chance to gel
involved when the Open Hearts flub of Dade Count) has us
election of officers Jan 21 at 7:80 p.m. in the auditorium of
Parkway General Hospital in North Miami Beach
The Open Hearts t'lub of Dade County la designed for people
who have had. or are about to have, open heart surgery Family
and friends are also invited to attend
A basic photography course is starting at the Coral Cables
Youth (enter on Thursday. Jan 24. from 7:30 p.m. until 9.30
p.m Topics include the camera, lighting, exposures, com-
position and what to look for in the final prints.
Joseph (iav.cn a past president of the Dade County Bar
\sMHiation. has been nominated by federal judges in Miami for
a year I S Bankruptcv Court judgeship Chief Judge Clyde
Atkins said (iassen was selected from 28 lawyers who sought
the post Gas sen, .r>.f. is a graduate of the University of Miami
law school
The Universit) of Miami school of law will open its doors to
the legal community Jan 31 when attorney Henry Rothblatt
will discuss I.i, Detecting Both Clients and Witnesses at
6 Ui p m in Koom 109 of the law school
Richard B Skor. a tax partner in the Miami office of Feat.
Marwick, Mitchell \ Co., has lieen appointed to the Florida
State Board of Accountancy b) Go* Boh Graham He will serve
as one ol five members of the accounting profession on the
Ixiard. which aKo contains two lav members
l>r Anthonv Nowels. medical director at Grant Center
Hospital, and Dr. Barry Kaplan drant s director of psychiatric
sen ices have collaborated in the recently published Handbook
/' Menu m Teenagers. w ntten for therapeutic use by
phv siciana and other health care professionals
Januarv ls National Blood Donor Month Traditional!v.
there is shortage of bk>od during this time of the vear But vou
can help Mount Sinai Medical Center's Hand Blood Bank is
Open from 7am to 10 p.m. daily to accept blood donations No
appointment is necessary For further information, call 674
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The Solo Center begins its sixth year with gearing up of its
neighborhood group concept to include a special group for the
recently widowed or divorced men and women dealing with
separation The primary focus will be small group interaction,
res elant topics, sharing and relating to one another on a "one-to-
one basis These neighborhood group meetings are held in
ever) part of the city, meeting the needs of any member who
wish to participate The Solo Center is sponsored by the Mental
Health Association of Dade County
Field Representative Fundraiser
career Opportunity
|National organization for Israel has an opening m Miami for an indivi-
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JWV's Mrs. Schreiber
Plans Busy January
\s president of the Florida
ladies auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, Mrs Mae
Schreiber has a bus) schedule of
events she will participate m this
month
Thursday. Jan 1- Mrs
Schreiber will accompen) peel
national president Millie Kern to
the Palm Beach Count* federal
COUII where Mrs Kern has bean
m\ ited to be the ke> note speaker
at the naturalization of new
citizens ceremon)
Thai > \ i ning President
Schreiber end hei stefl will meki
an official v isit to the Pompeno
Beech Vuxiliar) No l1*' at the
Pompeno Beach Recreational
Center The JWN traveling
gavel chairman will make a
Mizraehi Women
Shalom Chapter of American
Misrechi Women will hold a
bazaar on Tuesdav. Jan 22, 10
am to 5 p m at 100 Lincoln
Koad. patio on the third floor lin
case ol rain it will Ih- held inclub
room}.
Shoshanna Chapter of
American Mi/rachi Women will
have a musical program, lun
cheon and prises Tueeday, Jan
at Sea ('oast Towers South.
5101 Collins \\e State Room, at
noon
Simcha Chapter ol American
Mixrachj Women will have its
installation of officers and
luncheon. Mondav. Jan 28, at
Winston lowers Bldg No l'H)
Miami Beach, at noon Mrs Lily
Stone, mother of Sen Kichard
Stone, will install the officers
The Forte Chapter of American
Mi/rachi Women has recently
mixed The first meeting will
be held on Wednesday. Jan 23
at noon at 1(100 WeM Avenue
I Forte lowers) in the billiard
room
Temple Or Olom
Sisterhood Event
Temple Or t Horn Sisterhood
Sabbath, to !* held on Friday
Jan IH. at b IS p.m., will open
w ilh a traditional Sabbath dinner
prepared and hosted b) the
Temple Sisterhood Mvrna
Fistel, Bobbie Sloan and Kuth
l.ubin are in charge of dinner
arrangements
Sabbath services following the
dinner also will be conducted b)
the Sisterhood members, along
with Kabbi Samuel Rud> and
Cantor Hillel Brummer
Sisterhood president Bobbie
Sloan will deliver the sermonette
Jennie Solo is a coordinator of the
program
Young Israel
Sisterhood Meets
Young Israel Sisterhood of
Greater Miami will host its
annual paid-up membership
event on Wednesday. Jan 23, at
8 30 p.m in the synagogue
building in North Miami Beach
Feature of the evening aril be a
fashion show presented bv the
Clothes Tree and modeled bv
Sisterhood members A Viennese
table will cap off the evening
Cohen JWV
Groups to Meet
Harry H Cohen Post
Auxiliary No 723. will meet on
Sunday. Jan 20. at 10 a m at
the Surf side Community Center
Miami Beach
There will be first nomination
of officers for 1*80-81 Depart
ment friendship chairman Rita
Sasiaw will make presentations
further information is
valiable from Commander Louia
fenichel or president Rose
Ueanaky
presentation to the Auxiliary
president Mrs Helen Weinberg
Sunday, Jan 20, President
Schreiber will be the invited
gueel of West Calm Beach Poet
and Auxiharv No 40* at their
fundraising dinner at the
Musi,ana Proceeds will goto the
West Point Jewish Chapel
Thursds) -Ian .'4 the v>.
Horrowiu Auxiharv No 682 will
welcome Mrs Schreiber Cave!
chairman Hita Saslaw will
present the Friendship Gevel to
\u\iharv presidenl Gert Bar
\ meets in
its own building in North Miami
Beach
Tuesde) .Ian 29. the Norman
BniCS Brown Auxiharv No 174
of Miami will be holding a
fundraising luncheoi
siternooa at the lara<
Tempts and has ;
Schreiber as their h
She is a member of tl
Wadneeda) Jan
Schreiber will Ih
paid up memb.
accompanied bv .
president and
chairman Mrs t ,
the M Horrowiu \
I t North Miami 1
Sunday, led
Sirs Schreiber a
kick off par' \
i indidate tor \ n
mander of the I
\ atarem ol the Uniti
America. Irx 9u
Miami Beach, at :
(enter North Mian
Pioneer Women Hold
Membership Lunch
The annual membership
campaign of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Flonda got off
to by far its most effective start
in our history at the spring
membership luncheon held
Mondav i.Ian 141 at the
Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach,
according to president Harriet
(ireen
Professor (iahriel Warburg,
former rtx tor of Haifa Cruversitv
in Israel and v isiting professor of
the Universit) <>f Miami Center
for Advanced International
Studies ,ts the featured speaker
at the luncheon which attracted
too leaden of some 28 Pioneer
Women clubs and chapters in
Dade and Broward counties
He said the work of Pioneer
W omen and it I ist at
organization in Israel Naamat.
has become even more im
portant tiecause of the Israeli
government's mabibtv tofmame
welfare programs
Mrs Green, presidenl of the
South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women and the organizations
national building fund chairman,
will In- the guest speaker at the
annual Child Rescue Fund
luncheon Of the Club I chapter of
Piooaet Women The affair will
be held Tueeday, Jan 22, at
12:30 pm at the Shelborne
Hotel. Miami Beach
Mrs Green, who is also a
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation will
peek on. Iran. Afghanistan and
Israel
Honorees at the luncheon will
be Rose Mann and Ruth
Budov sk> In.th life members and
long time hoard members of Club
I Mrs Budovsk) currantl)
serves as treasurer of the group
Sophie Krant/. president of
Club I. said admission is $*. and
the affair is open to the general
public
I he Golds Meir chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold a
luncheon to be followed bv a card
and games partv on Tuesday.
Jan 22, at noon in the
auditorium of the 1U0 Lincoln
Koad Apartment Building A
donation of $2 ',<) is required The
public is welcome
I he regular meet inn of the
Golds Meir chapter will t*ke
place ..n Wednesday. Jan 23, at
noon in the civic nwm of
Washington Savings and Ixian
Association, 1234 Washington
\ve Miami Beach
A Letter From Lnmi." a new
Israeli slide presentation, will
highlight the session It is a story
about an American woman who
emigrates to Israel and relates
her visits to the Pioneer Women
Na amat day care centers and
Dureeries throughout leant
State Rom- Abe.-
chairman of the grou| *
as narrator
According to Ksthi
l.ippman. presidenl I
Meir chapter, refrt -
be served and then I] hr n.
charge
A rejxirt on th. tl) v.:
26th biennial con\i
Pip neat Women I k v ,.
of Israel will
Mondav. Jan
club 11 of Pinnewi \\
The 1 p m session -
in the civic .
Washington Saving*
\ss,m union I.: I
\v Miami Beach
Julia Feldheim
of the i>rgani/at i' '
the r.ixtrt
I sther Snedrofl fr>
president is si he.!
a Journal report
The Sharon Chaptei
Women will hold a lui
card partv on Honda
at noon m the recreei -
th*- Four Freedoms H
Collins \ve Miami Bi
\c ording to I N '
president, a donation I I
rejuind at the door SI
will go toward the i I
Fund in Israel I I
publu is welcome
New Collins
Building
Dedicated
The newest Buildir.
Dade Communitv Mtg''}
North Campus ..
rueaday, Jan 16, en
LeRo) Collins, i n
of Florida
Dr Robert H
< ucutive v ice pre
DCC, presided at
eeremon) Goveri
(raham was guest sp. .'
( ollins mtv.sI U
from Jan 4, 1965 t.
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daveJopad the nai
statewide. ma
communitv junior
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assisted in expanding tr.- J"1"*
of Florida communitv
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Levite Tuchinsky
Albert and Rmm Levite, Hialeah. have an-
nounced the engagement of their daughter. Jodi
Ann. to I)r l)..\ i,l Tuchinsky, son of Rabbi and
Mrs Nathan Tuchinsky. Ixing Meach. NY.
\ June wadding is planned at Temple Beth
l Utah with Rabbi Lipahiti officiating
Ms Levite is a graduate of Miami Spring!
Senior High, and has a bachelor of arta degree in
childhood education from the University of
Florida, rum lau V She has been teaching in
Atlanta, <..i for iwoyeara
Dr Tuchinsk) graduated from Hebrew Insti
lute of Long Island High School, and graduated
magna rum laud* from ilofstra University He is
interning at Lift Chiropractic College in Marietta,
Teens9 Career Seminar
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewiah Community Center in co-
operation with the Jewish
ViH-ational Service is offering an
opportunity for parents and teens
to diacovar all the various career
options, techniques and alter
natives available for future career
planning
On Thursday, Ian 24 7:30-
9 I" p.m.. the parent-teen
seminar will be held in the Pro-
gram Building at the Center
Topics will include career
choice job alternatives, parents
role, college (election, costs and
financial aid. curriculum
selection, vocational technical
training. Jeariah activities, and
the Israel experien< e
Registration is now. and the
community is m\ited to attend.
There is no charge
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
CRUISE FROM MIAMI
At the unveiling of Capital Malta neu
rSr stained glass facade, Viet Mayor
Armando Lacasa presented a commendation
from the City of Miami to the three Latin
American developers responsible for the
pro/act. The City's Commendation
acknowledges this contribution to the
beoutification of dountoun Miami from the
prii ate sector. In the photograph, from left
to right Abel Holt;, chairman of the board
of Capital Hank. Rabbi Irving l.ehrman from
Temple Emanu-BI, Father O'Neill from Gesu
Catholic Church. Emilia Calleja, master of
ceremonies and executive director of Down-
town Miami Business Association: Vice
Mayor Armando Lacasa presenting the
Commendation. and receiving it. the
developers of Capital Mall. Luis Brill. Oscar
Sklarand Enrique Levy
Bible Scholar To Talk Temple Beth Tov
Bible scholar Dr Harry M
Orlinak) will speak on Male
Orientad Language m the Sew
Translations of the Bible Thurs
da) evening. Jan 24. at 8 p m in
ftrockwa) Lecture Hall of the
Library of the University of
Miami. Coral Cables
lr Orlinsky. professor of Bible
at the New York School of
Hebrew Union College, is the
author of such works as Ancient
i Understanding the HihU-
I'hrnugh History and
Archeology, and Essays m
Biblical Culture and liihle
Translations
Following his free lecture,
which is presented by the
University of Miami s Judaic
Studies Department. the
audience is invited to meet Dr.
Orlinsky at a reception
Dr. Helen Fagin is chairman of
the university's Judaic Studies
Department
Temple Beth Tov. Miami, will
hold a mortgage-burning
celebration Sunday. Jan. 20,
including a catered dinner
There will also be entertain
ment and dancing Special guest
will be Circuit Judge Sam Silver.
while attorney Milton Miller will
be master of ceremonies
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Luncheon To Benefit
Beth Sholom Library
A luncheon tor the benefit of
Temple Bath Sholom s library.
Miami Meach was sponsored
bj the Siaterhood of the temple
on Wednesday, Jan in. at n 30
a m in the sisterhood I-ounge of
the i ample
I he sisterhood supports the
Libra?) which some consider the
Deal Anglo-Jewish I.ibrarv
Beth David
Sisterhood
Meth David Sisterhood's
annual event will be held Sunday.
Ian -'<). with lunch at the Taurus
Restaurant in Coconut drove.
\tter lunch the group will see
Moliere'a The Imaginary
Invalid' at the Plavers Theatre.
Passover at Sea 11 Exciting Days on the
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south of the Mason Dixon Line
The catered full-course lun-
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at 11 a m in the Library
Mrs Joaaph Leifer, chairman
of the event. reports that
Sarah Heller, actress formerly
with the K\a l-e (ialbenne Civic
Repertor) Theatre in New York,
dramatized stones from "The
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^Distant Shores' To Sing
The Hollywood Jewish Com-
munity Center will present an
afternoon of international folk
singing and dancing musical
review Sunday. Jan 20. 2 p.m.
Distent Shores is a versatile
group. Their repertoire include .1
musicel tour across five con-
tinents, and includes Israeli
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Va-eyra
VA-EYRA God spoke to Moses, saying: Tell the Israelites
that I will bring them out of Egypt and free them from slavery
And request of Pharaoh that he allow the Children of Israel to go
out of his land."
When Pharaoh heard this, he gran more spiteful and mean
than ever. He forbade his taskmasters to provide straw to the
people to make bricks Instead they had to hunt for the straw
themselves But the number of bricks they had to produce
remained the same
The leaden of Israel complained bitterly to Moses Their lot
was getting harder. The Lord ordered Moses and Aaron to go
before Pharaoh a second time
\aron cast his rod before Pharaoh and it turned into a
snake Pharaoh's magicians did the same, but Aaron's rod
swallowed all of theirs.
Nevertheless. Pharaoh refused to yield.
So the Lord sent 10 plagues upon Egypt The first plague
turned all of the waters of Egypt to blood. The fish died in the
Nile, and there was no drinking water in the land
Still Pharaoh's heart remained hard Then came frogs, lice,
flies, and cattle illness, boils, blisters, and hail
But Pharaoh refused to free the Children of Israel 'Exodus
6:2-9:35)
(The recounting of Hw W*ly Portion o* tti Law is extracted and bawd
pen "Tha Graphic History of tha Jewish Heritafla. edited by P. Wellmatv
Tsamir. SIS. published by ShenooM The volume is available at ;5 Maiden
'ant New York. N.Y. 10031 Joseph Schlang is president 0t the society
tttsfributtng the volume ) ____________
Temple
Israel
Lecture
On Sunday. Jan 20, a lu m
l.mplc l-rael ol Greater Miami
will present the IOth program in
it- Greenfield Lecture Stic- in
the temple sanrl
The speaker will be Rabbi
Merc Lei Raphael "'
Congregation Beth Shalom
Columbus. Ohio, ami professor ol
history at Ohio State 1 niversitj
Rabbi Raphai I is the author of
Judaic books ol some repute and
his subject will be lew- in
American Popular Culture
Knights of I*ythias
The Ladies Auxiliary, George
Gershwin Lodge 196, Knight-
Pythias, will meet Monday. Jan
21, at s p.m at the Surfside
Community Center Duns Paewi
>f t he V isit ing N uraes
\s-iKiation will show slides and
-peak on health care
Mizrachi
Women
The Vend chapter ol \merican
Mizrachi Women is sjxinsonng a
craft night on Tuesday. Jan 22,
,.i Bp m at 16750 Nf lOAvs
Sanka Sweepstakes Winner
Ms Susan I. Levins of Ptttt
burgh. Pa won the trip to the
Hol> Land in the Sanka Brand
Israel Sweepstakes
The prise consists of round trip
sirfan tor two to London of
Rome with connecting jel to lei
\\ i> Israel, plus hotel accom
modationa tor 1 1 das. and IS
nights in Jerusalem
The Sweepstakes was uihti to
all IS resident B, except
residents uf Idahu. Missouri
I tah and Wisconsin and em
ployes uf General Foods Cor
poration or Joaeph Jacobs
mization, Inc
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You prayed for peace in the
Mideast. Now help pay for it.
All of us thank God that there is
peace between Israel and Egypt.
That neither Israeli nor Egyptian
blood now stains the Sinai desert.
But while we rejoice, let us realize
that for Israel, incredibly difficult
and trying times still lie ahead.
Israel must find ways to build new
schools and new hospitals, and help
those of its people locked in a cycle
of poverty because of the ravages of
war. And Israel must still maintain
a strong defense in spite of eco-
nomic boycotts, political isolation
and a runaway, triple digit inflation
that compounds her problems
enormously. Which means she
must rely on us as much as ever to
help meet her vital human needs.
Perhaps never before in our history
have we been closer to realizing the
dream of a spiritual homeland for all
Jews living in peace and with
dignity and open to all who share
her belief in the brotherhood of
all men.
We. the living, owe an enormous
debt to all those who have kept the
dream of Israel alive since the days
of Moses.
We can honor that debt by
continuing to help the people of
Israel for as long as they need us. -
The dream is within reach.

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DAVID KTONBERG
.David Stonberg, son of Mr
lid Mrs Marvin Stonberg. will
adlfd to the Torah as a Bar
ptzvah on Saturday. Jan 19. at
(tuple Beth Sholom of (irealer
liami. at 10:45 am Dr. I^eon
mush will officiate
David is a student of the
rjnfirmation class of 5742.
JAMES GONTE
.James Marvin (ionte. son of
1r and Mrs Isaac (ionte. was
railed to the Torah as Bar
Mit/vah on Saturday. Jan 12, at
|lt> 90l m at Temple Kmanu-El
The celebrant is a student in
[the Temple KmanuKI RsligioUB
School and has made Rabin-.
Honor Roll four times.
lie attends Nautilus Junior
High School where he is in the
aeventll grade He is active in
Boy Scouts and in Little league
baaeball
Mr and Mrs Isaac (ionte
hosted the Kiddush Sunday. Jan
13, at Kriedland Ballroom
(irandparents Mr and Mrs
Isaac Benezra (Cuba) and Mr
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The Role of the Jewish Woman
James Oonte \fre
and Mrs Nafture (ionte K'ubal
unable to attend
Special guests included: Mr
and Mrs Bndimmr, Miami
Bitch Mr and Mrs David
Solomon. godparents. Miss
Charlotte Solomon. Miss Esther
Solomon. Mr and Mrs Sam
Brown, cousins all from Canada.
Mr and Mrs Nick (ionte. Mr.
and Mrs Richard (ionte. Mr and
Mrs Sam Gonle. cousins.
Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Esquinazi, cousins,
Bronx. N Y Luis Garcia, N Y .
Sara Benhabib. Mexico. Isaac
Maya and son Joseph. NY Mr
and Mrs Sam Turman, Tamarac.
Florida
DIANNE KEIGER
Dianne Kriger. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Moises Kriger. will
baeoCM a Bat Mit/vah at Temple
Mrnorah. Friday evening. Jan
18. Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/
will officiate
Dianne is a seventh grade
student at the Hebrew Academy
Mr and Mrs Kriger will host
an Oneg Shabbat following
services and a party Saturday
evening in Dianne's honor
LEE MOORE
l.ee Moore, son of Mr and
Mrs Warren Moore, will be
called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Jan 19. at 10 30 a.m. at
Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a seventh
grader in the I^ehrman Day
School and is vice president of
Kadima. He received the
presidential physical fitness
award, excellence in service
award, patrol service award,
citizenship award for community
service to older citizens He was a
participant in annual Temple
Kmanu-El Chanukah Torch
Relay He plays the drums.
Mr and Mrs. Moore will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
\ ices in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday evening at
Temple Beth Shalom,
Holl) wood.
Special gueata will include:
great grandparents Mr and
Mrs Myr Loder; grand-
parents Mr and Mrs Samuel
Zelesin and Mr. and Mrs llarrv
Moore. Out-of-town guests: i>r
and Mrs William Fisher, great
aunt and uncle. N J Mrs Ruth
Adler. great aunt. New York City:
Mrs Janice Forray. cousin. New
York City: Mr and Mrs. Jerome
Doliner friends. Daytona Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Mass.
aunt and uncle. New Jersey. .
HOWARD GROSS
Howard Ian Gross, son of Mr
and Mrs Maxwell J. Gross, was
called to the Torah on his Bar
Mitzvah, Dec 22, at Temple Beth
Shalom
Howard attends Nautilus
Junior High School and is in the
honors program He la member
o| the Latin Club and par
licipatea in the Social Studies
l uplorator) I lub Howard is also
an active member in the Junior
Beaht) group al Beth Shalom
Mi and Mrs Qroaa boated a
the Doral Bea
By RABBI CHARLES
M. RUBEL
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Temple Beth Tov
In spite of the misun-
derstandings still prevalent
about the role of the woman in
Judaism and the modern
synagogue, no one can honestly
deny that the Jewish woman has
finally attained her rightful place
in modern Jewish life in America.
In 1956. a Jewish woman was
elected president of the Baltimore
Hebrew Congregation, an honor
held by no woman until that
time Maryland's oldest
synagogue had shown that the
Jewish woman is now truly
emancipated from the prejudices
of the past in Jewish life
Although in Judaism the woman
as a mother and loving wife has
always held an exalted place,
nevertheless in the main she was
--till relegated to her role in the
home as the wife and mother of
Athletics Day Set
The South Dade Jewish
Community Center is inviting all
senior high students to the
Center on Sunday. Jan. 20. 2pm
to participate in Field Day ac
tivitiea
Sporting events such as
sottball. football. basketball,
soccer and swimming have been
scheduled. Sport teams, com-
peting with other teen groups,
are l>eing formed There are no
fees for any of the activities.
Hotel Guests from California.
IVnn and Georgia were at hand.
SCOTT BORDMAN
Scott Irwin Bordman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Bordman.
will be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan 19.
1030 a m at Temple Sinai.
The celebrant is active in
U.S.Y. He attends Highland
Oaks Junior High where he is in
the eighth grade. He is interested
in photography and wrestling.
Mr and Mrs Bordman will
host the Kiddush lOneg Shabbat)
tolloumg the services in honor of
the occasion and a reception on
Jan 19 at 7:30 at Temple Sinai.
Special guests will include
Bertha Bordman. grandmother
from ("alifornia. Eunice
Seiderman, grandmother from
Philadelphia, and many guests
from California and Philadelphia.
her children.
This situation is now a thing of
the past, even in most Orthodox
congregations. Women now are
members of boards of directors,
and are holding other important
offices in the synagogue Today,
with modern science tending to
free the woman from many 01 her
household chores. American
Jewish womanhood can indeed
now rise to the great opportunity
to contribute its share to the
perpetuation of the Jewish
heritage and Jewish ideals.
No more can Sisterhoods of
congregations now complain that
they are relegated to the category
of "taxation without
representation in the synagogue
boards of governors Almost
very congregation in modern
Jewish life realizes its respon-
sibilities and debts to the
Siaterhooda. The Sisterhoods in a
large number of congregations
raise the synagogue budgets, and
carry much of the responsibilities
for the upkeep of the Hebrew
choola of the congregation and
the now growing number of
Hebrew das schools m America.
No wonder, therefore, that
there has arisen a serious con-
troversy in the Conservative
movement as to whether it is now
time to admit women into the
Rabbinate of the Conservative
movement The Reform
movement has long ago per-
mitted the ordination of women,
and many are already spiritual
leaders of prominent Reform
congregations. Rut since the
Conservative movement still
practices the Halacha, it is very
difficult to come to a decision as
far as ordaining women into the
Conservative Rabbinate And
recently the Report of the
Commission appointed by Rabbi
Genoa Cohen, the chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
has been rejected by the
Seminary faculty and postponed
until further study and in-
vestigation by experts in the
Halacha.
The historical truth is that in
Judaism women have always
played a prominent role in Jewish
life, and from earliest days the
woman was protected by the
rabbis in many different ways.
But they have been exempted
from the Mitzvot which are
dependent on the time element
I Mitzvot Shcahzman untmol,
since the rabbis felt that the
Jewish women had a great and
\ ery important job in keeping a
.Jewish home based on the Torah.
and training the children for their
future as Jews devoted to the
Torah life.
To be truthful about the
matter, we do not hear about
women in Conservative
congregations clamoring to be
counted to a minyan or even to be
. ailed to the Torah.
In the main, equality in
synagogue lite in general has
satisfied our women, and they
will continue to be active in
strengthening Jewish communal
lite through the home and the
s\ nagogue Sisterhoods
Synagogue Listings
rEMPLE BETH AM
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iouth Miami447-SM7
Dr Herbert
Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefiti. Associate Rabbi
Friday I JO p m
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Torah Service. Saturday
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RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
1200 Blecayne Boulevard
Miami. Fie 33137 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E Fiagier Si Miam. Fl. 33131 37
4SS3 Raboc Lews I Bogaga Di'ecto'
Union o* American Hebrew Congregation
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St N Miami Bead Fie
33161 947AO04 oei David B Salliman
>ecu(i>e Director
ETH OAVIO
Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr Sol Landau. Stanley R. Oerstein
abbi Assistant Rabbi
HananWm. W Lipson
CORAL WAY -MIS SW Irtl Ave.
Phone ISe-jen Dally Services
Morning and E venlng
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning a.m.
Beth David
South Dade Campus 7*00 SW 120th St
Late Shabbat Evening Services
Friday Night I p.m.
EMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 4lst St
BjDr LeonKromsh SJ+7731 Libera
Cantor David Conviser
Friday I IS p.m.
Guest Speaker Yitihak 1 Rager.
vice president Israel Bond Organisation
Saturday.
<0 45am services.
BETH KOOESH
Modern Traditional s 6JJ4
1101 SW Uth Ave
Rabbi Man Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Mlnyon tor Yahneiten
Daily 7 45 a m tSMp.ffl.
.ate Friday Evening Service. I IS p.m.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
IS4S Jefferson Ave Miami Beach
, Dr. Ephraim F Mendelcorn. Rabbi
Saul H Breeh, Cantor
Sabbath Eve Service t p m
B'nai B'nth Sabbath
Ouest Speaker. Irving Car ber
Sat. Morning! JO a m
Services conducted by
1 Cantor Saul. H. Breeh
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
530 2503
Conservative
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Late Friday service! 30 p m
Dr. Irving Lehrman
will preach on
-Hold the Staff Aloft
Saturday service at a m
EMPLE ZION
(Conservative
iOO Miller Drive
Phone 271 2311
'Dr Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dicks4Mi
Avron Smolensky Musical Director
Janet Stone-Early Childhood Director
Dorothy H Grant-Executive Director
Thursday. Jan. 17, 7 a.m., Minyan.
Tattler Chapel Friday. Jan it. 1:11
p.m.. Sabbath evening services Dr.
Norman N Shapiro will officiate
Cantor Ben Dickson will chant the
liturgy Choir will perform under the
direction of Avron Smolensky Adult
Forum guest speaker. Sam Gyson -
after services Saturday. Jan. If, 9 a.m.,
Sabbath services Bar Mitivah Steven
Berenteld son of Lawrence and Susan
Berenfeid Sunday. Jan M. 10 em
Men's Club annual Father Child
Breakfast. 11 am. Guest speaker
"Ralph Page" from Channel 7
Monday. Jan 11,7 JO p m USY Social
Hall Kedima Youth Center Tuesday
Jan 22 I p m General board meeting__
BETH TORAH 947 752.
CONGREGATION Conservativi
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr Max A. Lipschiti. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Saturday morning-Bar Mitivah of
Henry Batievsky
Saturday afternoon Bar Mitivah of
Larry Grossman
rEMPLE JUDEA
500 Granada Blvd. Retorm|
:oral Gables 4*7 5457
Michael B Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
Religious
Information
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Houses of Worship
Phone: 576-4000
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Forum Slated at Temple Emanu-El
Former Israel Foreign Minister
Abba Eban. Pulitzer Prise winner
Jack Anderson and CBS-TV's
award-wimming Mike Wallace
head the list of speakers
assembled by Temple F.manu-Fl
of Greater Miami for its annual
Wednesday Night Forum Series.
Announcement of the series
was made by Carol Greenberg.
president, and Samuel N.
Fnedland. chairman of the board
of Temple Emanu-F.l Dr Irving
Lehrman. rabbi of the
congregation, is coordinator of
the forum programs-
Mr and Mrs. Irving Cowan
were named chairmen of the
series, for which tickets are now
available at the temple office
Anderson, whose columns
appear in The Miami Herald and
newspapers from coast to
coast.will open the Forum Feb
./iii 4 An-.
Stuart Simon Joins
Miami Law Firm
Seymour Liebman, historian '
and t:u thor, u ill be the speak* r
at tf.i monthly I< triple Beth
Sholom Brotherh-
fast, on Sunday, dun 27, at
10:30 a.m.. in the
auditorium. Miami Beat
according to the an-
nouncement by Aaron tarr.
Brot herhood nt I>r
Liebman will speak on
Hist -. of Jews in South
la."
Stuart I. Simon. DadeCount)
attorney for the past nine years
joined the Miami law Rnn
Fine, Jacobson, BIock. Klein .v
Colan on .l.ii
\ resident ol Dade County
mi., i Simon nw civ ed ,i
magns cum laudi di gree from the
I niversity ol Florida in IBI
During hi^ hi was
acted ihip :n I
Phi Rets Kapps and Florida Mlut
Kej
I pon graduation Simon
1 ale 1 aw ^* hool
completed two yi an bed n
enlisting in the I S Ann) in
He SI r \ intelligence sergeant in the 29th
Infantry Division and later on
Dwight 11 Eisenhower s
staff whin- hi- was swarded a
field commission and the Legion
Merit for his work in ei onomic
intelligence
A i War II S
was assigned to the i S Military.
1 '" i I ndon as
. st \\ hi the
military, sen ice he oved
Vfrica and served aa
the International
' ompan) ol South
\frica tor seven years He
returned to the United States in
and was graduated from
H n im S lerf, u pn \l Airlim
r'u Israel airline'i ami Ireland is the gut it the Ism Hista
I undi ra Day
I I Leon Ki n
national md Di
s Stei :. national pn si
Stuart s ": > >n
the foil
In 19 <) private
law | n Miami and was
d an assistant count) at
tome) in 1984 Hi
attome)
tl for a brii f pel
being named Dade Count) .it
. in Apr:,
t, are i / .

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in. chaii i i pi I Bellt <
Aventura Sets Sisterhood Sabbath
erhood ol Aventura li ish
Center will celebrate thi
anniversar) of the Women's
Leagiir ol Conservative .Judaism
on Friday evening, Jan lf
Participating in this
"Sisterhood Sabbath' will be
members of Sisterhood and
temple
Services will !* conducted bv
Rabbi David Saltzman with
Cantor Lawrence Tuchin.sk v
chanl ing the :itm.
Following services an Oneg
Shabbat willbegivei Mr and
Mr- Al Katz in honor ol their
451 h anniv ersary
On Saturday, Ian I I Mr and
Mr- Marvin Siskind from
Chat i anooga, Tenn will
rate the anniversary ol
Siskind's Mar Mitzvah A
donation to the Flower Fund was
m.uli
Directory Due On Israeli Products
I" to numerous
requi m Florida residi
lot informal ion regarding
ibiishments carrying Israel
merchandise the \merica Isi
( hamber ol ( ommerce is com-
piling a director) ol wholesali
retail businesses in Siuth
Florida which carr) Israel
products and whu-h import 1st
Vrthur S Ki president
of the < hamber, has appointed
chairperson of thi I tee :
the dire* t >r\ Ban\ Ilessi r .i
membi r of the Chambei
-ervi as v it i pn -nli nt !
idea
I i dim tor\ will i.-t the
w huh
Isrw according
It
i -i onaial
"t business and profeasii
ughout IBM
who are interested in promot
-. i unomM v i.ibilitv
T^TEJeZ^ence Greenstein Selected For Honors
Members of the Southen
Region of the American Technion
Society-Israel Institute of
Technology will join with other
Technion supporters throughout
the I'nited States. Canada and
Mexico in attending the first
annual Technion Pan American
Conference.
The conference is slated for
Feb 15 18 at the Maria Isabel
Hotel in Mexico ( it v
Guest of honor at the Technion
Conference will be Dr. Henry
Kissinger, former U s Secretary
of State and diplomat Kissinger
will speak to the group at the
Tribute Dinner on Sunday
evening. Feb. 17.
The Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology is Israel's only-
technical university
Culture Circle Event Honors Poet
The Nachman Arluck Culture
Circle will meet Tuesday. Jan. 22.
at 7 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, 1200 Lincoln
Road and the mall.
The evening will be dedicated
in honor of the Jewish poet and
essayist, Chaim Leib Fucks, on
the occassion of the 65th an-
niversary of publishing his first
DOam in the l^jdter hulks Blatt in
1915.
Morris Becker will deliver a
talk on Chaim Fuck's role in
Jewish poetry. Cantor Chaim
Chernow will recite from the
poet sselected poems, and Regina
Beilin will sing Hebrew and
Jewish songs.
Isadore Hammer will chair the
meeting.
Father- Son Breakfast Slated
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami's Men's Club will be
sponsoring a Fathers and Sons -
Grandfathers and Grandsons
Breakfast on Sunday. Jan. 20, at
9a.m.
The featured speaker for this
program will be Rabbi David
Lehrfield of Congregation
Knesseth Israel of Miami Beach.
Boys without a father will be
provided a substitute for this
occasion
The event will take place at the
Young Israel of Greater Miami.
North Miami Beach.
Bruce Greanatein, senior al
Ransom-Fverglades High
School, has been awarded several
prestigious athletic awards in
Dade and Monroe Counties
He was named to The Miami
News and Coaches first team
1979 All Dade and Monroe
Counties' Football Team at the
offensive guard position The
selections were made by the two
counties' coaches and The Sews'
sports staff
He was then named as one of
the Top 52 Athletes in Dade
County" by The Herald. This
award was given to both boys
Tropical Cancer
League Lunch
The next meeting of the
Tropical Cancer I^eague will take
place on Friday. Jan. 18. at the
Montmarte Hotel. Miami Beach,
at noon Luncheon will be served.
Oldtime musical movies also
will be presented
and girls m all sporta on the high
School level
Bruce also wa- Stinted to the
first team 1979 All -Dad.- County
Miami Herald FiM.tball Team at
offensive guard
Bruce, who earlier this year
was elected president of the
Ransom Fverglades High School
student body, formerly was a
student at the South Dade
Hebrew Academy
He us the -on of Dr. and Mrs
Melvyn Greenstein Dr
Greenstein. a local dentist, was
the co-founder and five-term
president of the South Dade
Hebrew Academy
-t'l
Bruce (irvenstem
Ner Tamid Sisterhood Sets
Eternal Light Luncheon
South Seas ORT Temple Mcnorah
Women's American ORT
South Seas Chapter will sponsor
a luncheon and card party on
Thursday. Jan. 24, at noon, at
the Vixcaya Country Club. North
Miami Beach. Non-members
welcome.
The Menorah Chapter of
Hadassah will hold a games
Party Wednesday. Jan. 30. at 1
p.m. at Temple Zamora. Coral
Gables.
There will be prizes and
refreshments.
The Ner Tamid Sisterhood will
hold its 22nd F.temal Light
Luncheon at the Carillon Hotel
on Thursday. Jan 24. at noon
A kosher luncheon is arranged
and there will be entertainment
and table prizes.
Mrs Herman (Minnie) Seltzer
will be honored as. The Woman
of Valor."
In charge are chairman. Mrs
Louis (Uoldiel Cohen, and co-
chairman. Mrs Max (TUliel
Goldberg Ticket chairman ..
are
Mrs Carlton (Mildred) Blake
The public is invited Further
information and tickets
available by calling the offke
Mrs Jack (Betty) Greenberg is
president of Sisterhood.
Beth Raphael Women
Mrs Sara Helfand was to
review He fleet ion of a Teapot at a
meeting of the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Raphael on
Thursday. Jan 17. at 1 p.m. Rose
Ginsberg was to preside


I'a
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-
iblic Notices
| THE CIRCUIT COURT OF*
I THE 11TH JUDICIAL
IRCUIT IN ANDFOR
>E COUNTY, FLORIDA
ClIlNo MUIOIV
|NE RAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
tTON I.IKIintMAN
ilniiff
ITOROD OOPEI.AND4
|DR\ OOPBLAND, HIS
rH ^M' PIDBUTT
itgage company of
(ROIA, a Georgia Cor
Hurt
tfemlant
I FIDELITY MORTGAGE
IPvny OTOBOROIA
c i) Frank Hucrl.
Vice President
320 Interstate North
Atlanta. Georgia
Ol ARK NOTIFIED thai
a< tmn U> foreclose a mor-
ge on the following
Ertbrd property In Dade
i\ h lorMa
in Block II of
11.m; \nd ESTATES
181 ADDITION a,
|rdmg to tin- Flat the-
Plal Book *"
H^ I .11 the Public
^p< i '. ol i lade Sount)
ether wlUi UM
ll menui thereon and
Rite furnishings futures
saulptnenl mm or
reallei contained
rein
led against you and
[in1 required to *rvf a
i>f i^jr written defenses
on s Blair Ri
^ttom*) for I'laintiff
address ll in WW
rt Miami Florida B136
[ rc the 18 day of
i file the
a 11 fi Um Clerk
|rt otherwise a default will
fallen for the
r' lenMitdod ,n*' com
III
IS m> hand and the
.( Ulla "our! on !hr "th day
inu.in
IRD i' BRISKER
ut Court
B) s \ H. ... II
I Jan 11 1-
Feb : IMS
INTME CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
AOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
I FILE NUMBER 7t 1*41
division j]
Irk hie
\: I-. i lh
IELDI \N
I
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PI BLICATK IN
MVI'.n E DEAN and
: tNIEI Dl v\ JR
ill ..
MU NOTIFIED thai a
P- tdmlnistratl
ii i
fin
r- ur written
it.
or ', '
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AiTNl hand and the
u .
.s,
RICHARD I' BRINKER
\ ert ourl
By v.. .m
Fli sting
II |M0
linn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 let
Division Ol
IS RE BSTATI
'. ICTl IR SPI \ CR
N< rricE of
\ MINI n:\
Mi AIX PERSONS HAVING
\ v- nit DEMANDS
tUAINSI rilK ABo\ E
KSTATI ND AI.I. OTHER
PI KSONS IN if.p.esi ED IN
I UK ESTATE
Vi'i m;k HEREBY N
mkii tnai iii.- administration
ill of VICTOR
SPE\ m k i. File
Numbei SO-241 .- pending in
the Circuit Court for
Count) Florida Probate
Division Um addreai ol which
w FVagler street Miami
Florida The personal
repreaentatlve ol the estate is
SYLVIA SPEVACK whose
addreai is I'oi NK mi SI No
North Miami Me*, h Fla
Mia The name and address of
UM personaJ representative s
allomey are set forth below
All persona havlnf rlalms or
demands against thr estate are
rod, within THREE
MONTHS FROM THK DATE
OF THK FIRST PI Hl.ICA
PION OP THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
. isirl a written statement of
an) claim or demand they may
ii.ni' Bach claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed It the claim Is
not yet due. the date when it
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is con
tlngent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be slated If the claim la
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THK
FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
jei lions they may have that
. hallenges the validity of the
decedent's win. the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen
latlve. or the venue or Juris
In tion of UtC court
AI.I. CLAIMS DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED wu.i. BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
IdmlniatraUon Jan is iwo
SYLVIA SPEVACK
\- PersonaJ Representative
of the Estate of
\ ICTOR SPE\ ACK
I NN eased
ITTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
SILVER* SILVER
B) Max R Silver
26281 >ne Blai a) ne Tower
Miami i- .. .U3i
1 *>.
.UUU Jan iva. iwu
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action N 10 15'
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Marring)
GLYNG Hi-: \n
Petitioner
arid
RIE IE in DE \n
ipondonl
To Valerie Jean I N-an
RoaMeM unknow n
YOI IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai a petition for
Dissolution ol your Marriage
iitii commenced
in thi- i ourl ami you are
red to ier* ,i cop) ol your
!l any to it on
I.arm Eaq at
tor Petitioner wtioae
1 Blsi ayne
rard Suit) I North
Mian Bea I t rtda Bin
.. with the
It) led court
r before ism
' i lef aull 111 be
for the
the i orn
nion
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY
larstgnad
Older the flCtltlOUl '.I IVl
Ipartmei xfiv>i
NW III \.. M
r said
w ith the Cli Circuit
. Florida
i IS SHE I n IN
H vp.M \r. 18 SHELT N
Mil ISM R VMIN
DIANI B R IBIN
Kaplafi i' i
%lton
- -- u m 20 Feb i II ihkii
io-triw.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN Ulal UM under sinned.
ruj to encase in business
the iii Utloui name PU
Iraentlna .it 1*33 sw Ith
reel Miami Florida, intends
aald name with the
. of Um circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
he. '.ol I 111 President
Rio De La Plata Corp
Feb I.I.
I MHO
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the uitdarataiMd,
deslrlni to nsaga In business
umler UM In UUoul name of
Vni NO ASSOCIA IKS al 8378
NVV .Irtth Street Miami.
Fionda inland to raglatar said
name arttli Um Clark of the
url of i'a.i<' Count)
Florida
Harvey Young
StanM) Young
Roban Young
Paul M Curnmlngs
Suite KM City National
Bank Huilding
iglar
Btraal Miami Florida
Atlome] for Ha:
Young Stanley Young
and Robert Young
tiMIl Jan 11.28. Feb 1.1. 16*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COW ITT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number lo it)
IN RE ESTATE OF
GERTRUDE l.OEB.
I No eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AOAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND AI.I. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
ol Ihe estate of GERTRUDE
LOEB, deceased. File Number
-i is pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE COI'NTY.
Florida Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 W
Flaglar SI Miami. Fl The
personaJ representative of the
i~ GLORIA RUBIN
who-e addreai is 7334 Gary
\-' Miami Reach. Fl The
name and address of the
personal representatives
atlorne) .ire wl forth below
All person! having rlalms or
demands against the estate are
I WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM Till-: DATE
"I- ["HE HIRST PPB
riON OP THIS NOTICE.
lo file with the clerk of the
! court a written slate
menl ol any claim or demand
UM) ma) have Each claim
writing and must
iaU for the claim.
the name and address of the
redltor or his agent or at-
t Tries and the amount
the claim Is nol yet
I the dale w hen It will
I......me due shall he stated If
Um 1 1,11111 is 1 ontlngenl or
unliquidated the nature of the
um erta I ill be stated If
the Claim IS secured. the
Ihall be described
The 1 lalmanl shall deliver
sulfn lent opies of the claim to
the 1 lerk to enable the clerk to
mall one COO) to each personal
1 |VS
All 1 'fli in the
* horn a copy of this
tdminutratlon n
I .ire required.
WITHIN IHREE MONTHS
M nil- 11 ITE OF THE
r PUBLICATION OF
THIS Nl 1 TICK to file
object! may have that
challenge the valldlt) of the
will the
qualll : UM |-rsonal
I UlC s enue or
lit lion ol the court
Ml CI. I! MS DEM INDS
VN|i OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FIIJCD Will. |!K FOREVER
m \p.p.i-:ii
Date of the limt publication
this NotlCi of
1 1*111
rta Rubin
\ itlve
iE l-OEB
N \


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 79 rl6
Division lOll
N' iTICE OF
TOATION
. v OR DEMANI IS
I Hi- \H11\K
-II \N|i Ml urilKR
MTI n Ii IN
nil-: KSTA re
1 hi Mtl HEREBY Nun
i-ii-:i 1 tfi.it tin- adm
\|i IRRIS \n
; 'N File N .rnber
llllj: in the Clr
nut Court foi Dadc Count)
Florida Probate Division Um
address of which is Waal
: stieet Miami Florida
Pi. personal rcpr.
. estate is IOSEPH
i vm.i'N whose address Is22B
st Paul's \% enua Apt 4A.
it cit) Ne lerse) 117308
The name and addraai of the
pn ental
ith below
Mil- tving 1 l.iinis or
igajnsl the rstati 1
WirillN THREE
Mi 'N 1 ll> l- ROM rHE DATE
1 Ml- FIRST Pi BLICA
N nl- this NOTICE to file
w iiii the clerk oi the above
court .1 written statement of
an) 1 i.iiin or demand UM) m>
ii.ii I-.11 Ii claim musl In- in
writing and musl indicate the
basis foi the 1 Lion tin- name
and addi eas il Uie 1 redlli
BttOI mi and the
.iinoiint 1 lalmed II Ihe claim is
I due tin- date when it
w ill iiei ..me due shall be
luted 11 Um claim Is con
lingenl 01 unliquidated, the
nature at the uncertainly shall
b> stated ll the claim Is
secured Um lecurtty shall be
bed no- 1 lalmanl shall
lelivei sunn nut copies of UM
I.um to the 1 lei k to enable the
lerk lo maii one cop) lo each
p. MKtal lejir. s. ritalu
mi persona Intersstad In the
- lo whom a cop) ill Uila
Notice ol Administration has
mailed are n-quin !
WITHIN THREE Months
M IHE n il>: of THE
FIRST PI BLICATION OP
THIS NOTICE in file any ob-
jei tions they may have that
ekiUVXiges the validity of the
d. 11 .-dent's will, the qualifies
lions of ihe personal represen
laUva, or Ihe venue or juris
diction Of Ihe court
AI.I. CLAIMS, DKMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
II.KD WII.I. BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan 1R. 1W0
JOSEPH YABI.ON
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MORRIS YABLON
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Jerold 11 Relchler
l.i* Office of
Jerold H Relchler
ISO Lincoln Road Suite 230
Miami Beach. Florida 3313S
Telephone 1 306 1 874-O40
nn.'WV Jan IK. 28. WHO
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7I-72SI
Division John B. Blanton
IN RE ESTATE OF
'1 'M Ni; 8TE\ ENS LESTER
I ie, c.i^e,)
NOTICE ol-'
ADMINISTRATION
PO M.I PERSONS HAVINO
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
IGAlNST THK ABo\ K
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
IHE ESTATE
YOI \RK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
ol the .state of YOUNG
STEVENS LESTER deceased.
File Number79 7381, is pending
Circuit Court for I lade
Count) Florida Probate
Division the address of which
N Flagtar street
Miami Florida H1S0 The
rial 1 epreatntaUva of the
Utte is Young Stevens I
Jr w hose .oldre,, is 100 Rome
I II Ive Apartment N,, am
Palm Springs Florida
The name and addres. ,f the
pri tonal repreaental iva s
attorns) an sal forth below
ions hat Ing claims or
1 :ds against the estate are
1 w I THIN THREE
Mi INTHS FROM THE DATI-:
OF IHK FIRST PUB
ON OF THIS NOTICE
lo file with the clerk of the
url a writti -'..-.
men' I an) 1 '..-mand
the) ma) hai a Bach 1 lalm
lie in writing and must
:he claim.
UlC name and addraai of the
11 ins agant or at
and the amount
lad 11 the clam
due UM date when It will
. .,
'
I the
,-
red Um

1
.. m to
j

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in nis
B OF nil'
N
'

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.1
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VIMS DEMANI >S
\\! 1 oi NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FORE> ER
U \i:i
1 tale 01 the fli atlon
this Notice of
Vdmiiiistration Jan ll IBM
ens I tester Jr
v- 1 itlve
oi thi
*1 oung S!e v .-ris 1 .ester
I le,
\TTORNEY FOR PERSON M
1:1 PRESENTA Vl\ E
loseph Nl. Mullen
i.-7ii!..[.!. \\ a)
Miami Florida 33188
reiepi e-aea ssia
Jan 18.38, litw
with the clerk of the above
iourt a written statement of
an) claim or demand they may
inn1 Each claim must be In
w riling and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when II
will become due shall be
taied If the claim Is con-
Ingenl or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertainty shall
be stated if the claim is
II ad UM sei unty shall be
tied The 1 lalmanl shall
leliver sufficient copies of the
. lalm to the clerk lo enable the
i lerk lo mail one copy to each
|>- 1 SOflAl representative
til interested in the
estate lo whom .1 com of this
NotH e of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
I ROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PI BLICATION OF
I'llis NOTICE to file ai
je. tiom he) ma) hat that
ngei the ^ alldlt) of the
ill s w III the qualtflCB'
sen
or tin- venue or juris
nirt
M.I. CLAIMS DEMANI >-
\Nh OBJECTIONS Nii'I -'I
I- II.KH WILL HI-: FORE\ ER
II MIRED
Date ol the first publication
il this Notlca of
Administration Januarv 18
Iie-ii
Marlon Ptraat
\- Pei nnal RepresentaUva
ol the Estate of
HILDE SALBERG
! 1.1 eased
Nortoi 1 iqulra
RNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATDE
Suite 1301 Biscay ne Building
. w.-st Flaglar Street
Miami Florida H1S0
m mi
Jan 13.38. 1080
INTME CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10-177
IN RE ESTATE. I II
HILDE SALBERG
I i.-ce.i.sed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
It) M.I. PERSONS HAVING
lIMS OR DEM sNDS
IAINST THE aho\ 1-;
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI M'.K HEREBY NOTI
FIED Ulal the administration
Ol Ihe estate of HILDE SAL
BERG .lei eas.,1 rile Number
so ITT is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal represen
laUve ol the estate Is MARION
FIRESTONE, whose address Is
1112 35th Street. NW. Canton.
Ohio 44708 The name and
address of the personal
1 epresentatlve's attorney are
SSI forth below
-Ml pvraoni having claims or
demands against Um estate are
required, WITHIN THREE.
\H in IHS FROM THK DATE
OF THE FIRST PI Hl.ICA
in iN OF THIS Ni ITICE, to file
INTME CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M-ll*
Division 01
IN RI ESTATE OF
M \i RICE 7. BUNOARD
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of thi
of Maurice /. Bungard
.....d File Number HP 119
is pending in Ihe Circuit Court
k I 'ounlv Florida
Probate Division the address
- rili h is 73 Waal Flagler
Miami Florida The
1 : iddre -* of the
pen mal representative and
personal 1 attve s
ill ,-. .. irtri be in
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1 file w ith this sir:
WITHIN iHREI Vi in rHSOF
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nas notice
thi astata and
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
TME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7 155*7
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
action for dissolution
of marriage
:n re
t-: 1 it- ST FLEUR
1 'etitioner
ITY I. ST FLEUR
Respond)
in HETTY I.
ST FLEUR
t. in a unknown
YOI I.RE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai ,ui action for
lOlutlon of Marriage has
been (lied against you an
1 r\ 1 ip\ of
your written defensei ifanv lo
n on BENNETT D FULTZ,
l-iSg BttomC) for Pelllloner
whose addreai la im sw 12th
Avenue Miami Fl and file
uginal with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
I" ion February 15. 111*1.
otherwise a default will be
entered agalnal you for the
: demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This noli, a shall be published
nine each week for ftsjr con
ecuUve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
-cal nl S.111I court at Miami.
la on this 8 day of
l.iiiu.irv 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I i.ide County. Florida
By Karleen Preece
As Deputy Clerk
11 'in nit Court Seal 1
0S8BT Jan 11. 11.25.
Feb 1 mem
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO: M-2M
DIVISION: 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
MIRRAY RUBIN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIX PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMAND
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of Ihe Estate of MIRRAY
RI BIN, deceased late of Dade
County. Florida, has com
menred In Ihe captloned
proi i-edlng
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND REQUIRED to file
any claims and demands which
you may have against the
Batata and to file any challenge
valldlt) ol Ihe Ijist Will
and Testament offered for
its 1! any or any objei
ficatlons of the
onal Representative
venue or jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court. Dade
County Courthouse
Flagler Street Miami Florida
WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
Ol THI- FIRST PUB
UCATION IP this NOTICE
or YOUR RIGHT To I si SO
wu.i. BE FOREVER
BARRED
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\nd OBJECTIONS NOT -' 1
FILED WILL BE Fl IREVER
11 Mtl'.KD
First publication of this
1 Um ii* day of
;vn
M Rubin
naJ Representative
of the Estate of
Ml RR \Y Rl BIN
i'i 1 -. street
..... New York
IRNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRf SI N : vriVE
ABRAHAM \
. \: Bl 1 1 squire
. \i.HlT GALBUT*
Ml N1N i' \
' N H 1 ihlngton Avenue
Miami Beai h FLSUSi
Telephone .tuft 1 72-3ioo
_____Ian 18 2S lUMi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF TME ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO
10 SI7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
;n i:k nil- m \rri v iEOI
MARIE C Pi ITTER
Petition. A
II IEBY
n lor
p) of
H

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1. 168 and
, *-ith thi
- irt on or I
iar) W other*
. '. will lie .
ir the reiiei pra)ed lor in
pi I
W ITNI ;. hand and Uie
aid 1 sirt al Mia
tins ir\ da)
January i*>n
RICHARD I BRINKER
Vs Clerk
ill Court
Dade Count) Florida
Hi i leborah G Heaa
\- I leput) Clerk
-
Fell s IUKII
IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF
TME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No S0 574FC
FAMILY DIVISION
111 re Ihe
Ion oi
a minor i hild
B)
GARYD WESTQATE
I 'ellllnner
NOTICE OP ACTION
To FRANK D'AVANZO
Residence Unknown''
YOI ARK NOTIFIED that
1 lion lor the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
.unl you aw required to serve a
op) ol sour written objection.
il any. to It on BRIAN H
BRODY ESO, attorney for
Pelllloner. whose address is
833 NE 167th St N Miami
Beai h, Florida. 33162. on or
before February 22. 1980. and
file the original with the clerk
ol this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
1 default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the ADOPTION
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-i-.il of this Court on Jan 15.
I1W0
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
imio Jan IN 2ft. Feb 1.8.1860


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FJtJC^mj
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7f-SM
IN RE ESTATE OF
THOMAS J EGAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN THE
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of THOMAS J
EGAN. deceased. File Number
78 8638. pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
The personal representative of
the estate Is SHIRLEY MIL
LER The name and address of
the personal representative s
attorney are set forth below
AH persons having claims or
Jemands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may-
nave Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
Ail 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 ob
jt-r turns they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen
tatlve. or the venue or juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication >
of this Notice of
Administration Jan 18 1880
Shirley M MlUer
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
THOMAS J EGAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
RICHARD L LARIN
17871 Btscayne Blvd
Suite 118
North Miami Beach
Fla 331S0
Telephone 831 3366
U8388 Jan 18.25. 18*0
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE Or THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personaJ represen-
tative, or the venue or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
F1IJCD WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan 18.1880
Vivian Golden
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
NATHAN ROTH
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
MICHAEL RECHIJCR
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Fla 33138
Telephone 538 5365
_______J" is M l
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE Or" FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE ss
The undersigned, under oath
says It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of j d KIT
located at MM SB J Avenue in
the city of Miami Dade
County Florida 33138
Those interested in said
enterpnse. and the extent of
the interest of each Is as
follows
John M Bonvtssuto
President i signature i
Dennis E Brut
Vice President i signature i
' Jan 11. 18. .
---------------------------------ftb HMQ.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number S6-1N
Division 0]
UN HE ESTATE OF
NATHAN ROTH.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
V(ll ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED thai the administration
of the estate of NATHAN
ROTH deceased. File Number
xo-lM. is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
The personal representative of
the estate Is VIVIAN
GOLDEN, whose address Is 7r
Beach Road. Great Neck. N Y
11023 The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims of
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due snail be
stated If the claim la con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is
secured, the security shall b*
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one ropy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of Chapter 878. Florida
Statutes annotated 1841
Warehouseman and Ware-
houses Receipts wherein Abbot
Moving A Storage Co.. Inc a
Florida corporation, by virtue
of Its warehouse liens has in Its
possession the following
desc rtbed property
Household goods Lot 1400
as the property of Mr and
Mrs Ronald Aranoff.
whose last known address
was 16186 NE 18 Court. Apt
12. North Miami Beach.
Fla 33183. and that on the
2nd of February. 1880.
during the legal hours of
sale mainly between 11 00
forenoon and 2 00 In the
afternoon at the under-
signed shall offer for sale
to the highest bidder for
cash in hand the above
described property of Mr
and Mrs Ronald Aranoff
Dated at Miami. Florida this
llth of January. 1880
06380____________Jan 18. M. 1880,
N4STIC E OF ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. re-17121 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MARIA EMILIA ROUCO
Petitioner
and
GUSTAVO ROUCO
BASANTA.
Respondent
TO GUSTAVO ROUCO
BASANTA
Calle 82
Numero2-A03
Buena vista
Marianao. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED 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
ME IAIN J ASHER. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
18S0 SW 8th Street. Suite 407.
Miami. Florida 3313S. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Feb 8. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of
December. 1878
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
08383 Ian 4 11 18 28. 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Howard's Family's Trusts at
1*01 Brlckell Avenue. Suite 808.
Miami. Florida S3 111.Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Julie s Trust I
Julie's Trust II
Ellen s Trust I
Ellen s Trust II
Deborah's Trust I
Deborahs Trust II
PACKMAN. NEUWAHL
* ROSENBERG
Attorneys for
Howard's Family's Trusts
08271 Jan 4. 11. IS. SB. IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTI VE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT 01
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 74 17144
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA T GONZALEZ.
Petitioner
and
LIHARDO GONZALEZ.
Respondent
TO LIBARDO GONZALEZ
Residence Unknown
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 IL
on CARLOS M MENDEZ
ESy attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 2880 W 4th
Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida
33012 and file the original with
the clerk of the styled court on
or before February 8. 1880.
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 con
srcutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of Bald court at Miami.
Florida on this 28th day of
ivecember. 1878
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal
Carlos M Mendel Esq
2WOW 4th Avenue
Hlaleah Fla 33012
Phone i 3061886 5378
Attorney for Petitioner
08387 Jan 4 11. 18 25. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File Number seas
IN RE ESTATE OF
HEKTHA ABRAHAMS* >N
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
MED that the administration
of the estate of HERTHA
ABRAHAMSON. deceased
File Number 79 8088. is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 W Flagler Street Miami.
Montis 33130 The personal
representative of the estate Is
HARRY L BASSETT whose
address is 2100 Ameriflrst
Bldg OneSESrdAve Miami
Fla 33131 The name and
address of the personal
representative s attorney are
set forth below
All persons having claims oi
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
Or THE FIRST PUBLICA
T1MN OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
suited If the claim la con
Ungent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be suited If the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
i lerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested in the
i->tate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jec lions they may have that
. hallenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica
lions of the personar represen
tatlve, or the venue or Juris
du tioti of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
BARRED
I>ete of the first publication
of this Notice of
Admlnlslretton Jan 4. 1880
Harry L Baasett
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HERTHA ABRAHAMSON
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
HARRY L BASSETT
2100 Amenflrst Bldg
One SE 3rd Ave .
Miami. Fla ssisi
Telephone 13081 377 3041
0g>m_________ Jant.il 1880
RVTICI Or ACTION *"
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne M 4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
CARMEN RODRIGUEZ,
Petitioner Wife
JOSE RODRIGUEZ.
Respondent Husband
TO JOSE RODRIGUEZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marrlag* "*
been filed against you and you
are required to serve s copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
It on
A Koas. Attorney at Law. P A
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 101 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33128. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before February 2nd. 1880
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 weeks In THE JEW
ISHrXORIDIAM
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Morida on this 2 day of
January' IBM
RICHARD!' BRINKER
AS Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B) 0 S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
A KOSS. ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A
101 N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel 1 306'326 8844
Attorney for Petitioner
08371 Jan 4 11. 18. X IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 74 17fl FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
PATRICK A ROSECRANS.
Petitioner Husband,
and
SUSAN A ROSECRANS,
Respondent Wife
TO SUSAN A ROSECRANS
6830 Northwest
188 Street
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 1516 Northwest 187
Street Suite 110-B Miami M.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before February 8. 1880
otherwise s default will bo
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Florida on this 28 day of
I>ecember 1878
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
OK386 Jan 4. 11 18 36 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cm No 74 wiy* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
OEOROEfl MERII.DS.
Petitioner Husband
and
EN IDE MERII.US.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU ENIDE MERII.US
Gerard I.ouls Hospital. Im
maculee Conception. Port De
Palx. Haiti, are hereby notified
to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Petition For Dissolution
of Marriage filed against you.
upon llusbandi attorney
GEORGE NICHOI.AS ES-
yl IRE 812 NW 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 33136 and file
the original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before
February 8. 1880 otherwise the
Petition will be confessed by
Mill
DATED this 28 day of
December. 1878
Richard P Brlnker Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
Ur.366 Jan 4. 11. 18.25 1880
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
Notice Is hereby given that by
virtue of Chapter 678. Florida
Statutes annotated 1I84I1
Warehouseman and Ware
houses Receipts wherein Abbot
Moving A Storage Co Inc a
Florida corporation, by virtue
of Its warehouse liens has In Its
possession the following
described property
Household goods Lot 144.1
as the property of Mr Wait
Mahler, c o Helen Man
ler. whose last known
address was 8168 W 8th
Lane. Hlaleah. Fla and
that on the 2Bth of January.
IBM. during the legal hours
of sale mainly between
11 00 forenoon and 2 00 In
toe afternoon at the under
signed shall offer for sale
to the highest bidder for
cash in hand the above
described property of Mr
Walt Mahler
Dated at Miami. Florida this
7lh day of January. IBM
08378 Jan |j jg 1M0
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORID*
PRORATE DIVISION
File Number So-15
Division I)
IN RE ESTATE OF
ABE ROSENSTEIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
ABE ROSENSTEIN deceased
File Number 80-58 is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida Probate
Division, the address of which
is Dade County Courthouse. 3rd
Floor. 73 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate Is GEORGE ROSEN
STEIN whose address is 438
Sooth Palm Drive Beverly
Hills California The name and
address of the personal
representative s attorney are
set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS PROM THE DATE
or THE FIRST PUBLICA
noN OT THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
tourt a written statement of
an) claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim is con
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be staled If the claim Is
secured the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested In the
estate to whom s copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DAT*: OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION Of
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
Jeclions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
1V1 atsMM will the qualifica
lions of the personal represen
talive. or the venue or Juris
tilt tui ol the court
ALL OI.AIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS not SO
FILED will BE FOREVER
BARRED
I>ate of the first publication
>' this Notice of
Administration Jan 11 1880
GEORGEROSENSTEIN
As Personal Representative
of the E state of
ABE ROSENSTEIN
DOC eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Kurt VAelllsch Esquire
161 Almerla Avenue
Suite 20O E
Coral Gables. Florida S3IS4
Telephone 1 SOS 1 448 7B54
iiKSTB jn 11. is ia*g
NOTICE UNDER
' FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
itrstnnr to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
AIRPORT AITO TRIM SHOP
at number 4658 NW 7Srd 8t In
the City of Miami. Florida
Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida this
Mlhtlav of January. 1880
PERRJNE AUTO
TRIM SHOP INC
Eugene I^mllch. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
2720 W Flagler St
Miami. Fl 33138
t>M04 Jan 16. S8. Feb 1.6. IBM
INTHE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR DAOE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74 ejei
DIVISION 62
IN RE ESTATE OF
SAMGHUMET
Pi (186 88 B
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
Vol ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the Estate of
SAM GRt MET tie, eased late
of Datle County Florida has
commented In the captloned
pn. eeding The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representatives are
PHYLLIS ORI MET SHAVIN
4861 Rebel Trail NW Atlanta
IK la .10327 and MIIJ'HED
GR1 MET 8M1 Collins
Avenue Apt SV Hal Harbour
Florida 33154
YOl ARE HEREBY
NOTiriED AND REyl IRED
to (He alt) claims and demands
which you may have against
the Estole an) challenge to the
valitlil) of the Will admitted for
probate or any objection to the
qoalifualions of the Personal
Representatives venue or
jurisdiction of the Court A1J.
WITHIN THREE, 3i MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE WITH THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF DADE
COUNTY AT 73 West Flagler
Street Miami. Florida
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
F1IJCD WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
First publication of this
NoUco is on the 11 day of Jan
ISBO
PHYLLIS GRUMET
SHAVIN. As Personal
Representative of the
Estate of SAM GRt 'MET
Deceased
MIU)REDGRUMET. As
Personal Representative
of the Estate of
SAM GRt MET Deceased
BROAD AND CASSEL.
Attorneys for
Personal Representatives
1108 Kane Coneouroe
Bay Harbor Island FLSS154
Phone 306 1 888 1000
By Richard H Brelt
06381 January 11 18 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 88 141
NOTICE OF SUIT
.UClAyUINTERO
Plaintiff
VI
MARGARET I.AVEHDE and
STELLA DRHEA
I >efendants
fV 1 Stella Urrea
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if either or all of
them be dead, all parties
laiming interest by through
under or against MARGARET
LA VERDE and STELLA
URREA or either of them, and
1 parties having or claiming
to have any right title or in
terest in the property herein
ile. rlbed
YOU AND EACH OF YOU
are hereby notified that an
tlon to quiet title to the
following described real
P-uperty In Dade County
kinds
Condominium Parcel No
410 4 of SUSNET VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM II ac
cording to the Declaration
of Condominium thereof,
recorded In Official
Records Book 63M Page
716 under Clerks File No
riR U84A8 of the Public
Records of Dade County
Florida
has been filed against you the
above named defendants and
>ou are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
If any to It on MARTIN ROTH
Plaintiff s Attorney. whose
sddress Is 1111 Alnslsy
Building Miami Florida SSI S3
on or before Feb IS 1880 and
file the original with the clerk
of this court either before
service on Plaintiff attorney
or Immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint
WINTESS my hand and the
seal of this court on Jan 4 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As (lerk of the Court
R> M J Hartnett
As Itrputy Clerk
January II 16 SB
February 1, IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY OIVISION
CASE NO 88 17 FC
IN RE The Marriage of
M1CHI 1 MTTHEOC
Petitioner Husband
and
CAROLYN DIANE THEOC
Respondent Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRI ITIVE SERVICE
No PROPERTY
TO CAROLYN DIANE
rHEOC
57 NW 88th Street
Miami Florida
rCM ABE NOTIFIED that
an action for divorce has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses If an) to'it on
DAVID M BERN- rEIN
PetlUonor s Attorney whose
address, is Suite 311. HM NE
163rd street North Miami
Beach. Flonda 33162 on or
before reh 15 ie*w and file the
original with the clerk of this
either before service on
plaintiff s etllllHSJ or Im
mediate!) thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against van for toe relief
demanded in the complaint or
pstBUaa
WITNEtB ray hand and the
x-aiol the 1'otirt on Jan S 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As tie rk of t he Court
B) A I) WADE
As Deputy Clerk
U8382 January II. 18, JS
February 1. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of
AMERICAN NO FAULT IN
SURANCE AGENCY. INC
d b a SKIPPER 8 CLUB or
d b a CHARTER ADTOMO
BILE CI.UH LTD or d b a
AMKRICAWIDE INSUR
ANCE. INC or d b a
CANADA WIDE INSURANCE
AGENCIES LTD al 612 NW
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
33138. intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
ABRAMCLKMER.
President
TINACLEMER.
Secretary. Treasurer
08388 Jan IS. SB. Fob 1. 8. IBM

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bituarieB
r
of Miami Hrarh. died Jan 11
is survived by his wife.
his listen. Essie i Allan*
[ and Mary I Harry i I-evlne both
ii Hesch Mr Case was a
| for the past 32 yean He was a
if the Miami Reach Elks
id (he Hayshore Service Club
fjitn II al trie Newman Funeral
Etarmsnl Ml SlnalOmetery
iblic Notices
NOTICE UNDER
>lCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIl'K IS HKKKBT
IfE N IM.l the underiigru'il
1iiK to enKtige in business
[ha fictitious name of
ll'oKT BODY SHOP at
limli.II IBM NW T.lrd Ave in
City "f Miami Florida
|n i" register the said
with im.> Clara of the
^Kin t'uiirt of 1 >.i.lf founts
^Bl' 'fit Mi .tun Florida thl>
^1..... Luaiars ItSMI
1-F.ltKINF H4)l>V
SHOP INC
Lemlh n s.sq
rl for \|>|lln .lilt
h FlaflsrSl
ii m
Jan u .'.'. Fab : I law
NOTICE OF ACTION
INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
THECIRCUITCOURTOF
IE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
JRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
D FOR DADE COUNTY
I Action No 10 1*4 FC
riON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Tiie Marriage ol
K' VNONEi IK) N
Itltiuner,
IK IR NEGRON
nondenl
HONOR NEGRON
BOM ll.Ml.lon Avenue
'tin aico. IlllnoisHislSl
l M'.K HEREBY N<>T1
that an action for
tutlon of Marriage has
r filed .i^ain.it you and you
reu,uirv avntten defenses it any to
Mil.T' % C '> 'HUMAN
ior Petltlonoi h la m Waal Flakier
Suits b'M Histayne
. FloruLi SUM
Iglnal ith the
:.. abos i :> lad i ourl
tor.' Krb n s>
!- .1 default i!l be
1 against you for the
il-ni.ui.led In the cam
^loi petition
Hkl* notn e shall be published
ift^M e.i. h vkeek fur four ion
Uo weeks in Till. IKW
^^VI^)K1I>1AN
^HTNK^S mi hand and the
^H_o: >anl lourl at Miami
^^da on this 10 day of
^^Bars
I'lltKIT BRINKER
^L>f,.ik finuilfourt
BI>.t 1. founts l-'lorula
By M I H.ir tnett
\-1 ktput) Clerk
)N f Ol 'I 'V \N
Hi>. ayne Building
it Flagler Street
Florida 3S1M
:--
S In I 'etlllolier
J.in i- j-i Fab i i*mi
I*'
Bfcd.
i,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
BtSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
B^aVClAL
iRCUITOF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR DADE
DUNTY CIVIL ACTION
NO |0FC
i FAMILY DIVISION
VlON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IntV Marriage ol
^c Itenianl
ssj Id-nzant.
la lloca Hen/ant
in e I nknown
ARK HEREBY
IK 11 that an action for
ilutioti of Marriage has
filed against you and you
Required to serve a copy of
^Written defenses. If any to
KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
P A attorney for
ltiom-r. whose address Is
** 12th Avenue. Miami
SSlIMi. and file the
J with the clerk of the
- styled court on or before
22. law. otherwise a
ill will be entered against
far the relief demanded in
upland or petition
notice shall be published
'ach week for four con
--Jtlse weeks In THE
8IIKI.nlIII.HN
TNKSS my hand and the
of said court at Miami.
a on this 16 day of
iry. 1W"I
TIAKDI- HIllNKEK
Cktrh fn. mi Court
aile Counts Florida
M .1 HARTNETT
As 1 -.-puty Clerk
- ATTORNEY
W.PA
__?' nes for
PWIUonei Hnsl.an.1
101 NV. 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 3:tl2f>
iMfli 32&.RM4
^tiey fin Petitioner
* ,ln la tft
Fab i i9o
kid
PRICE
Mrs Fannie Hi of Miami llea. h dud
' in IS Mrs Price is survived hs her
oil Herbert, her daughters Mrs Irene
Pinches*) Mrs Judith Roodman and
M'- Elsie Harwich, her brut-
Irving ami David fahnt i,.
Mi Vine Mark, eight grandchll
and nine great grand, 'hildren Mrs
Kn. rass raaldentof MiamiBaachfor
""' i" .!... omlngfromRoxbury
Mass She w.,> a ||f, member of Meth
Jacob Synagogue out Hadassah and
Mixrachl Services were hald Jan 17 at
Ni wman Funeral Horn* interment Mt
Slnal < ".'llleters
IBRAMS iilie. US. Jan 13 Riverside
Star ol I .as id
I1ROAD Soil. 60 Invarrary Newman
nn Mannle w. Miami Baach Ian
ii Levitt Welneteln lakeside
U Mt IN Kit. EmU, M, Hal Habciur. Jan
* I III', ,'lslde
GORDON Mm Jennie at, North
Miami Bern h Rubin Lakeside
HECHT Max ;.. ltners.de
I ECKEL Mendel It Miami Me.i, Ii
Ian ll Rubin
LIOHT Ix.uis Stanles North Miami
llea. Ii Ian 1". Itulilll latkeslda
SCHW tun Joaaph m m jHn 14
Lev nt Wetnsteln
HER 1.uis Miami Rlveralde Mt
Slnal
SI rNICK Mrs Ball) Rubin
STEINER lens I Ho Miami Ian 14
Kit ei side -i.ir of I las Id
kVATNICK Dora s, Miami Baach
i.in it Lakeside
WEIDEL RuthAnn.tT Miami
RASKIN Samuel :' Miami Reach
Rubin Mt N.I."
Ill DWIO Samuel Mark Sr IS, Miami
it.-.i. ti Jan 11 Riverside
CHEKMAK Dorothy iDollyi Miami
.. h Ian 10 Rubin lalkeslde
HIRSCH Sldne) JO North Miami
Beach Jan n Levltt-Welnataln
lakki
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No to 577 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re tlie
Xdoplloo of
.i minor hild
Bj
\i and vnnk smi.i.i IMS
Petitioners
NOTICE Of" ACTION
ro VIRGIL ADDERLEY
lence nknm* n
YOI VKK NUTIFIKI. that
ui action for the adopt
minor has been filed herewith
and sou Arv required to aarve a
"I s our written objei Uon
..us to it on BRIAN H
BRODY Ksy attonw) for
1'etition.T whose address is
\E iKTth St N Miami
t. si Floi Ida ISlfll on or
before February .".' ISSO, ami
file the original with the clerk
of this i ourt either bi
iki Petitioner or im
then-after other
.. II .i I.Mult will be entered
.. ,. you for the relief
mded In the ADOPTION
petition
WITNESS mi hand and the
. .I UuA Court on Jan IN.
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- 'l,Tk ol the fourt
H\ i lartnda Braa n
\ i leput) Clerk
"-i Ian II M Fab I I item
~~
GERSTENFELD
Helen (Ball I 71 widow rving
enfeld died Ian 14 A resident of
Coral fables .14 .ears, formerly from
NYC, past president of the Temple
ludea slatarnood Owner of Bell's Art
Supplies of Coral fables for the past :t4
yean she is survived b) ton Do
tenfeld of Culver "fits Calif
1 ten Mr- Maxlne Boaanii
lohni of Huntington Meaih Calif .
loyce Qeratenfeld Sausalila
Calif :, grandchildren Jeffroj
Boianii Debra Boaanii Scott Botanic,
Liaa Boaanlc, and Danielle i leratenfeld
Brothers Jerome Haakall iLymi and
Sidney Haskoe i Theresa i. sisters. Mrs
itose HymowlU and Mrs Beatrice
Epateln Hai i> Funeral arvlcai were
held I.in II .it The Riverside with in
lei ment at Stai of I ia Id < iemeti
BLOOM
Ralph -i of Hollywood He .lied Jan 12
lie came hen II rears ago from
S oiingslown Ohio Survived by his wife
Carrie Mae Bloom 1 slater* Mrs Davi
Leboawlta and Mrs l>sj Moses of
Detroit, Mich and Mrs Jack Hlttman
of Cherry Hill N I Services were held
Jan it
BBSSEL loeeph, sr, Oordon
CROAN, Hilda. H9 Miami Reach Jan
13 Riverside
FISCHER Sophie Ian n Rlveralde
FROMBERO Irving W. North Miami
it.-.., ii i lordon
FRI 3HTICK ROM :.' Hollywood. Jan
1 I I'.r. .'I Side 1 ...keslde
SCHWARTZ loeeph M M Jan it
Les itte Welnstaln
WALLACH Man North Miami Baach,
Km II Rlveralde
BASK IN Samuel Miami Reach
Rubin Ml Nebo
BERNSTEIN Pearl M ineeFelnberf),
Jan -
CHEKMAK Mrs Dorothy Miami
lie.ii h Kuliin
EI*STEIN Claire w> Miami Baach.
Ian ll Gordon Lakeside
GORA Nathaniel. 70 I'ompano Reach.
I.in 13 Menorah
KASSAY Bessie Miami Baach. Jan 12
Ml Nebo
KRAMER Max Miami Baach, Rubin
LEWIS Eleanor inee Jacobean), for
ineils of New York fits ami Miami
Beat l.
LURIE Herman U Hallandale Jan
ll Wetnsteln SharonGardans
ROSEN BE RO Sol Miami Reach
Rubin
SCHEIER. Jo.'l H 'I Fort laiuderdale.
II
-iTiii'.KK Mrs Beatrice Miami
He at h Rubin Lakeside
STEIN Anna S 71 l-audcrdale Lakes
Ian 13 Menorah Star of David.
iSBERG Victor L Ral Harbour
__________
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Irr Day Cleied Soaaatti
140 SW 57rh Avenue
Phone 766-2888
KoniAis NOR1THEWT
11200 West Dine Hiehwey
Nertk Mmmi fteacb.
flende 33UO
931 SMI
i^
Bt'btrt ofSu
Ievitt \ If
EINSTEIN
memorial chapels
HCXLin*CX>0 'W Pemtwo** RosO
NOMTH MIAMI 1USS w :>. .
WtST PAi M III 4411 Oi
021 '200
04043'i
B'va eaM'oo
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
1185 Wesl i' 'ss.is
.. Ml .1 t). ^
Nev* York: -'i-' Ibl-WsnilQusH-naBlvcl 'blh-Rl f, isIH.m. \y
Broward County
925-3396
1921 Pembroke Kd
I -.: : ;,
PRANKMl
Rebecca M of Miami, died Jan Mrs
I- i.ink. I bad made her home here for
tin- past :t.'i years coming from Bronx.
n ^ sin- i- survived by a daughter.
ran 9tam ol Pluahlna N Y three
itdchlldren Michelle Belaw, Ralph
.s irnei Rise Stam and one niece Tiilie
s.mdiei Funeral services wmra held
Ian 10 at Oordon r*uneral Home with
iii.nl in Star of David Memorial
KRAINSON
\t ami died Jan Mr
Kralnson had made his home here 101
lie past 4 omuiK from Turner-
i-..ii btaai He attended Northeastern
I..i" School In Boston and was a
in. r,ii.i ol numerous coin clubs in the
try ived i.s
wife, lioniths three sons Hr
i.inn-.- Kralnson ol Miami Robert
ilnsonandDr Paul Kralnson both of
Washington DC a daughter Carol of
\t mi .. brother Elliot) Kralnson of
\. a York Cits one grandchild
i'oi i me Qraveside services and inter
ment ss ere held Jan 10 at Star ol I .as id
Memorial Park Oordon Funeral Home
harge of arrangements
SCHOR
Marc) M of Miami Beach died Jane
Ui irvived by his wife Helen
lus sons Martu Mi rle and David of
Miami Beach his brother Ervln
Bessie "i Nea Vork ''its and grai I
sons lohn and lames Mr Si ft
resident iince 1*90 was member ol
\ i ., .in Legion Mtd The Masons
were held Jan 11 at the
Newman Funeral Home with interment
at I ,.i. Ii Memorial I'ark
____3
ii-B
BRENNER
Elsie, 69 of Miami, died Jan 10 Mrs
HrenihT had mud** her home here for
the past years comlni; from Bronx.
N Y She .i> a member of Hadassah
Menorah < liaptar .uid Temple Samu El
she is survived by her husband Irving.
a son Dr Jack Gall Brenner Miami.
two daughters Bsthi Brenner Miami.
Phyllis IMarlll in of < 'ypress
I'.uii five grandchildren Michelle
lefl Oreg Michael and Steven Kunerai
-ei vires wi ; al I lordon Kunerai
Home with interment in Lakeside
Mi mortal I 'ark
DAVIS
siuries ;; North Miami Beai h died
i.in 10 Mrs Davla had made her home
i coming from
Sen York City She is survived by her
daughter in law, Kuth Llcker and son
in law Leonard Ooldman Imir (trand
hildren Terrj Ooldman Nancy
rencxar Leslie Davla and Ouj Davis
Graveside servli es and interment were
held Jan 11 -it Ml Nebo Cemetery
Arrangements were hs Oordon Kunerai
Home
' A -.mi North Miami
,... i. Ian Riverside
ENSPAN Fred* Miami Beach
.id.'
NKIN Mexai
,i'i ihy l iuri.ui l. 71 Rlversl Ii
,l.-i 'H \i ER Monroe 78 North
Miami Beai h i lordon
I M \N Mildred 73 Miami
!'.. ,i. !. SOI
M i- I'M sn Israel M unl Ian I
Uoj M inai
V
DEDICATED SERVICE
IN YOUR TIME OF NEED
$
Cordon Funeral Home
Emanuel Gordon (1946)
Harry Gordon (1964)
Ike Gordon
James B Gordon
Fsssml Dirsctsrt
tx
TELEPHONE 858-5566
$
NEW YORK
CONNECTICUT
CEMETERY INSPECTION SERVICE
OF AMERICA, INC.
We will inspect your dear one's final
resting place to insure that the proper
care is being performed.
This service is intended to put your
mind at ease in respect to the continuing
problems which most people incur with
perpetual and annual care which is either
overlooked or poorly performed.
After each inspection we will notify the
directors of the cemetery of any short-
comings that we may find and act on your
behalf to rectify any problems that exist.
You will receive a semi-annual report
and annual photo for the LOW, LOW in-
troductory price of $19.95 per year.
Please complete the coupon below and
mail with your check or money order to:
Cemetery Inspection Service
of America, Inc.
12 Haven Avenue. Suite 206
Pt Washington. New York 11050
Name
Address
City Slate'Zip
Name ol Departed
Cemetery
Location
Plot Block s
Section *
C.I.S. INC. will obtain plot and block number
from cemetery if not known
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