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The Jewish Floridian
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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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Syria War on Israel
3LO's New Peeminence
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of interests between Kl Fatah
II he largest terrorist group
belonging to the PLO and also
headed b) Arafat! and Khomeini
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parading this coordination of
interest- as a great achievement,
none more loudly than the l'LO
radio station in Damascus
BINCE THK madia like
everything else m Syria are
under tight government control,
there seems little doubt that the
links forged between Arafat and
Khomeini have the blessing of
the S) nan President.
He is continuing to have
trouble with dissidents at home,
and his brand of Islam is closer to
that of the Shi ite sect now
dominated by the Ayatullah than
to that of the Sunni majority in
the rest of the Arab world
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JERUSALEM UTAl
\ senior American
source said that there was
no reason to fear that Syria
is heading toward war with
Israel. The source, quoted
by Kol Israel Radio, was
apparently responding to
expressions of concern by
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin over the growing
Soviet presence in Syria
and the continued flow of
Soviet weaponry to that
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that Syria has received large
arms supplies from the I'SSH but
said there were no indications
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that if Israel is attacked, there is
no reason to doubt U.S. readiness
to help her
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diplomatic mows on the Pales
linian issue, it should help co-
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the last two days He spoke of
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pressing Western ,)ewi-h
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current worldwide attempts tO
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PROP. KOSEF Kom. a leading
Likud member ol the Knesset,
told the special committee that
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Members of women's groups from Japan visit the Xeu York headquarters of the Xational
Council of Jewish Women to learn about voluntarism and equal opportunities for women
They are seen talking with Marjorie Merlin Cohen (extreme right/, executive director of
NCJW. The International Student Service arranged the tour.
Headlines
Arafat Readies to 'Liberate' Jerusalem
Yasir Arafat has claimed that his armies will
"liberate" Jerusalem in an interview with 8Days,
the Arab-financed weekly magazine which began
publishing in London six months ago. The PLO
leader was asked what he saw as the solution to
the big problem" of Jerusalem. "I don't see it as
a big problem." he replied "Zionist propaganda
portrays this as a big problem Jerusalem is an
Arab city. It was an Arab city and will remain an
Arab city Its occupation will not last long "
Asked who is going to liberate it''" he replied
My armies. Sooner or later, together we will
enter Jerusalem." The interviewer. Colin
Chapman, editor-in-chief of 8 Days, asked
whether Arafat thought that the Jews in Israel
could accept living in a secular Palestinian state.
I don't care what they think." he replied.
A national civil rights specialist charges that
by granting privileges such as liquor licenses,
zoning variances or preferential tax treatment to
private clubs, the government in effect has con-
doned the "private practice of bigotry" by dis-
criminatory private clubs
In a booklet published by the American Jewish
Committee. "Can We Tolerate Private Club Dis-
crimination?". Samuel Rabinove. director of the
AJC's Discrimination Division, noted that
private clubs often maintain that on the basis of
freedom of association, they may be as "arbitrary
or capricious or prejudiced as they wish."
Rabinove cited various state legislative measures
that have in fact limited the extent of dis-
crimination previously practiced by private clubs.
Yeshiva University has launched a $100 million
Century Campaign to assure "the continuing
vitality and tradition of scholarship and concern
for the betterment of all mankind that has been
the hallmark" of the nation's oldest and largest
university under Jewish sponsorship The
campaign is in celebration of the institution's
100th anniversary in 1986
"We Will Because We Must" is the theme of
the development drive.
A new drug said to drastically reduce or en-
tirely relieve the symptoms of an enlarged
prostate gland has been developed by Prof. Marco
Caine. head of the Hadassah Urology Depart-
ment The drug, termed a "breakthrough" by the
American Society of Contemporary Medicine and
Surgery, is said to reduce the frequency of
urination and the need to get up several times a
night for relief.
Caine says the drug, called phenoxbenzamine.
works by relaxing the smooth muscle fibers
around the prostate, although it does not reduce
the size of the enlarged gland. According to the
American society, the new drug "may rank as one
of the major medical advances of the 1970s."
Irving Bernstein, executive vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal in New York, has been
named Brandeis University's 1980 Milender
Fellow in Jewish Communal leadership.
He will conduct a three-day Milender Seminar
at Brandeis Jan 27 to 29.
Established in 1974 through a grant from
leather industry executive Sumner N Milender of
Lincoln. Mass the seminar is designed to give
students preparing for careers in the American
.It-wish community an opportunity to learn
directly from professionals working in social
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The 100th anniversary of ORT. Organization
for Rehabilitation through Training, is being
celebrated this year, and a new II. 13 00 Israeli
stamp has been issued to mark the event Formed
in St. Petersburg in 1880. ORT has served Jews
from thi' days Of the pogroms through the Holo-
caust to the Stan- of Israel
Despiw the irritating nature of Israel's famed
thistles, the set of three sumps bears ORT
pictures of these plants, since all are inseparable
parts of the Israeli landscape.
The multicolored thistle" issues are in
denominations IL 0.50. 5.50 and 8.50
The last new stamp issued, for January. 1980.
denotes the Soreq Cave, a world featuring the
remnants of what was a sea millions of years ago
Prehistoric snails and sea shells can be viewed,
solidified into limestone dolomite rocks In the
short time the cave has been open, it has become a
major Israeli tourist attraction a trip back in
lime to see shapes and forms created over some
five million years
Sir Marcus Sieff. the Anglo Jewish leader who
has always been closely identified with Zionism
and Israel, was made a member of the House of
Lords in t h.' New Year Honor List Sir Marcus,
who is chairman of Marks-and Spencer, is ex-
pected to assume the title of Lord Sieff. which
was held by his late father. Israel Sieff
Refusnik Vladimir Tauckerman was arrested
and sentenced to 15 days after trying to
demonstrate in Kishinev, the Student Struggle
for Soviet Jewry and the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews report The two groups said Taucker-
man was carrying a sign with the logo of the
International Year of the Child and the slogan
Lai Me Immigrate to My Wife and Son
Yosef Tekoah. president of Men OuriotJ
University of the Negev. has confirmed at a press
oinference that joint Israeli-Egyptian research
and development projects are already beinK
discussed and planned, but the pace of their
implementation will depend upon the develop
mem of the Israeli-Egyptian normalization
process
Final figures released by the United Jewish
Appeal indicate that total cash collected during
the calendar year 1979 was $280,058,162, ac-
cording to an announcement by UJA National
Cash Chairman Edgar 1. Cadden The figure rep-
reaant* an increase of almost $3 million over 1978
totals
Cadden noted that, "unfortunately, this in-
creased amount falls short of meeting current
needs Actual cash transmitted to the Jewish
Agency in Israel." Cadden said, "was less than in
the prevMHM year, because of increased
allocations to JDC. HIAS and NYANA neces-
sitated by our increased rescue efforts on behalf of
Soviet Jaws, and the Jews of North Africa and
the Middle Fast."
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St. \lews in Brief
Fr. Drinan Calls for Boycott of Olympics
ip1
HINGTON I 9
,,,i Robert P. I'rinan
\i.,w i has forward**! to
Carter petitions
I ,s ih*' Union on
for Soviet Jews oon-
..-..000 siKnatures
urge that the site of the
, be moved from Moscow
In r location.
nan has for over a year
for the removal of the
id irom Moscow because
Soviet Union's disregard
Final Act of the Helsinki
i. failure to assure news
iea that they will be able to
the gamea without cen-
an iate assurances that all
ipants in the I960 Olympic*
receive proper protec-
Soviet invasion of
Man has added a new
to the growing number
iple in this country who
. tnoval of the games,'
i: a rot lo Carter________
l\\ iOKK An Argentine
.i- imprisoned for
ihs and subjected to
d brainwashing has
ala i>f the Anti-
n at ion League of Bnai
i |p tor the thousands
\ men who have l>en
have dciupin-arvd
I rgent
1 leutsch, 59, who
rased by Argentina
. (78 and emigrated
- \ngelea with hie family.
his gratitude to API.
I eading the campaign to
that finallv in\olved
deni Carter He, his wife
daughter! had all been
kN tK\N(IS(() New
Haiiul Wallenburg
evidence that the Soviets have
been lying about the fate of
Swedish diplomat Raoul
Wallenburg. savior of more than
100.000 Jews from the Nazi
hoU>caust. has been released for
the first time at a press con-
ference at the San Francisco
PraaeCtub.
Jack Hees. acting chairman of
the local Free Wallenburg
Committee, and immediate past
State executive director of the
California Teacher-- Association,
reported that a Jewish refugee
from the S>viet Union informed
Thor^ten Orn. Swedish
Vmbaaaador to Israel, that the
;i.irt mil) ilrunk son of a senior
IGB official had told him that he
had under his control in the
Russian prison system a Swedish
prisoner Of more than 30 years.
The only Swede know n to be in
the hands of the Soviets is
VNallenburg The date was May 1.
1978. but the Jewish refugee was
not able to give the report until
Ml November The identity of
the n fugee cannot be released
because famil) members Mill in
Russis could be victimised b)
vengeful officials who informed
the world in 1957, that
Wallenburg had died ten yean
Ix'fore
PHILADELPHIA Jewish
leaders paid tribute here to the
memory of Martin Luther King.
Jr.. amid pleas for restoration of
the IMack-Jewish alliance" at
the annual assembly of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Council in the Fair-
mont Hotel.
Four-hundred delegates from
106 local Jewish communities
and 11 national Jewish
organizations applauded Althea
Simmons, director of the
Washington office of the
NAACP. when she declared: "I
don't believe there is a Black-
Jewish split, but if there is one I
will do everything in my power to
repair it Jews and Blacks need
each other too much and the
country needs us too much to
go our separate ways "
WASHINGTON A
demographic study of the Jewish
population of Rumania, prepared
by Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen and
the Jewish community, has been
released by Jack J Spit/er.
president of Bnai B'rith
International, ending a con-
troversy that has raged for years
over the size of the Jewish
community
According to the census data,
there are only 34,663 Jews
remaining in Rumania Prior
estimates had been as low as
26 iKMi and as high as 40.000 The
figure contrasts with the ap-
proximately 400.000 Jews living
there immediately following the
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Why should the Zeppelin
really be called a "Schwartz'?
A: Because "The Zeppelin" was
invented by David Schwartz.
David Schwartz was an Austrian-born
engineer who. in 1890. came up with the
idea of an airship with a gas-filled metal
container to make it rise Because of finan
cial reasons, the Austrian minister of war
turned down the idea However, in 1892.
after Schwartz built a prototype in Russia,
the German government urged him to
go ahead with production for them.
Unfortunately. Schwartz died before the
project could get off the ground Shortly
thereafter. Count von Zeppelin bought the
patents from Schwartz's widow
ANOTHER RARE FACT...
A big part of Jewish warmth and affec-
tion is to quickly become completely
open and informal with people and
things they particularly like Samuel is
called "Sammy!- a snack is a "nosh"
and the famed Chicken Soup has
become known as "Jewish Penicillin"
And right in keeping with this inherent
warmth. J&B Rare Scotch has come to
be regarded as a favorite part of the
mishpocha' Because along with its
elegance al f< h mal affairs J&B is
the kind <>f relative' one can
take his shoes off with, loosen the He
and relax with friends at home
JB
RARE
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Holocaust The \ ast proportion
of that 400,000 emigrated to
Israel, say both Rumanian and
I sraeli aourcea
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CLEVELAND Records in
the Federal District Court here
reveal that the defense attorneys
for accused Nazi war criminal
John Demjanjuk will be allowed
to accompany Justice Depart-
ment prosecutors to Germany
next month to take depositions
from two German witnesses for
an upcoming trial. Demjanjuk is
accused of having been a guard at
the Treblinka death camp during
World War II.
Travel and maintenance ex-
penses of John Martin and Spiros
< mnakis lawyer* for the 5i)-vear-
old. I'krainian burn Demjanjuk,
a ill t>e paid !>\ the I S govern-
I ment ^^^g^^^^^^^^^^
NEW rT)RK Gen
Cohen, chancellor oi the Jewish
I heological ninary of
\menca, declared that the vote
last month by a majority oi the
Seminar) i racultj Senate to
table a proposal U) admit women
to the Seminary as rabbinical
candidates "must not be taken as
a defeat of the idea of women in
the rabbinate.' and he urged a
long-range effort to "create a
climate of opinion" in the
Conservative movement to bring
about seminary approval of such
ordination.
The 25-19 vote on Dec. 20
ended for the timebeinga battle in
the movement, led by a majority
of the members of the Rabbinical
Assembly, the association of
Conservative rabbis. for
seminary agreement to accept
women for ordination
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Israel and the Olympics
Just as we suspected, and suggested in our
columns before, President Carter's plea for a boycott
of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow is perhaps the
most important recommendation of the many he
made to pressure the Soviets out of Afghanistan.
We note with some considerable regret Israel's
inclination not to comply. The Israelis have already
indicated that their participation in the games might
serve as a quid pro quo for Russian concessions on
the fate of the dissidents.
We think not. The Muscovite thumbscrews set
upon Andrei Sakharov this week, one of the Soviet
Union's most distinguished scientists, suggests that
the country's leaders would hardly be amenable to
making deals involving Jewish dissidents.Moreover,
as we understand it. there is something self-deluding
in the view that the Israelis may have of the worth of
their participation in the 1980 Games.
To begin with, considerable pressure was placed
upon the Soviets to send the Israelis an invitation in
the first place in the name of the greatest delusion of
all that politics play no role in the Olympics.
More important, it is incontrovertibly true that,
however noble their efforts and however proud of
their participation we may be. the Israeli athletes are
not top drawer, and it would be no loss to the worth
of the Games were the Israelis not to participate in
the same sense that it would be an absolute disaster
were the Americans not to participate.
As distasteful as this may seem to us. Israel's
participation in the Games is something that the
dictator hosts are merely suffering, and this attitude
hardly suggests that the Soviets would be amenable
to making trades in the cause of guaranteeing ac-
ceptance of the invitation.
By now. U.S. Ambassador to Israel Samuel
Lewis has met with Prime Minister Begin in
Jerusalem to discuss just this issue, and we hope
that Israel stands at the side of the United States
The contemptible prospect of having the Olympics in
Moscow should have been sufficient to put par-
ticipant- off in the first place. Afghanistan or no
Afghanistan.
Sadat's New Bellicosity
The vehemence with which Egypt has rejected
Israels most recent recommendat iom foT autonomy
for the Arabs in Gaza and the West Hank is mt ely a
sign of things to come. Add to this. 1' ident
Sadat's provocative statements about the d for
the Moslem flag flying over Fast Je alem.
meaning the division of Israel's capita! tty once
again.
What everyone prefers to forget is that President
Sadat is getting, without firing a shot and with the
help of "my good friend. Jimmy Carter," every
possible concession he has wanted from the hide of
Israel Why should he not be friendly?
As the concessions will come harder and har-
derthese on issues relating to his attempt to
reestablish himself as the leader of the Arab world, it
should not be surprising that he will become more
and more bellicose. Sadat has not parted from his
erstwhile view of the role of Egypt in Araby. Nor has
he parted from his friendships in that world except
temporarily in the cause of facilitating his peaceful
conquest of Israel's domain.
Once that is achieved, the honeymoon will be
over. We anticipate no real marriage at all. Is this too
harsh? Perhaps so. But the signs are already there,
the Jan. 26 normalization heralding a new era not-
withstanding.
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Volume 53 Number 4
Justice Douglas:Personal Memoi
FOR ALL the wrong reasons,
the death of Justice William O.
Douglas leaves me in a state of
sad reverie. In April. 1967.
shared the American Histadrut
Foundations Isaac Hamhn
Memorial Award with Justice
Douglas, which was presented to
both of us at a stellar banquet.
For him. the occasion must
have been but a slen.W strand on
the richly-textured fabric of his
miraculous existence. For me. it
was a high point of achievement.
although I recognize that my own
participation in it was almost
surely an accident Of choice
forged in the vacuum of pro-
fessional whim
STILL. 1 savor the memory
and especially the opportunity
that was given to me by the
occasion to speak with Justin
DotlglM for hours beforehand
bout some Ol the landmark OaSUS
in which he wrote those long and
-cholarlv opinions of his fool
noted by references to the
Talmud or t'amus. Knglish or
Roman lavs, even to the
I'panishads. It did not matter to
him, the fourcei of wisdom His
Ml an intellect that -.,* great-
MM in the mind of man wherever
man llVM and whem-Mr man
lh MJ
In this MOM, JuOtfcO Douglas
.is hmis.-lt a rapraoenution of
universal mankind, not of narrow
doctrines issued b) the bigots of
dogma, by self anointed ebust,
who come to regard humanity,,
the drone* of tbeir elitism
Justice Douglas was born out
of the backbone ol I'-otesu,,
America, whose seminal influent*
founded the nation t- begin *k
and which, in his own lifexnn
began to suffer the traumi of
generative imp.it. ice |t
perhaps for this reason moreihu
any other that Justice DougU,
later in life seemed so iny
like in his purjxis, jruj propou
lion
HIS WIRE ideals th,.
outlived the era \ nn fin,
footed, gnatlike .nature in rjs
Iom of material oppon
and multilingual rthnocsntnjj
demanding special pmikvM
atypical of the not ioo ol uni\3t
man seized tbi gui
lb* nation even >- he
trumpeted the .
1'rotestant ir.sp --,;-.
w ith whi h t he I I i'.at)
endow.si us i
ration ol
statement of pnni
I nited SlMII < i
formula ot peace I
I amphanttte '
ProteMantism not
religious com li
spiritual and ;> III
tor he was one
ers in thai
\hvadv in hi*
rhr flet'tforfii
were bUUiflg I
ankles to brh
: not bring h n
-
itself down i
them thai he I
t leas I)
1 o put it
Douglas was
. with a km
man and I
sironmeni in
lend
imf ?WWl
Proicatanl pow.

Douglas hui
ium into w

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minds nl men
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No Word
Afghan Jews Cause for Concern
Carl
HAIFA Afghanistan Jews
in Jerusalem. Tel Aviv. Afula
and elsewhere in Israel are
worried For more than four
months, even before the Russian
invasion, there has not been a
letter or word of any kind
from their families in Asia's
landlocked country "It is as if
they had all been swallowed up
by the earth.'' one said mourn-
fully
There were not many Jews left
in Afghanistan, to be sure, but
there were the last remnants of
one of the most ancient of Jewish
history very early Local legend
has it that the town of Balkh was
founded at the time of
Nebuchadnezzar to house Jews
exiled after destructioa of the
First Temple
In the centuries that fnlkiwed
the community was decimated in
the Mongolian invasions and
increased again by immigration
of Jews from Persia Medieval
Jewish travelers like Fldad Ha-
Danni and Benjamin of Tudela
told of independent Jewish tribes
said to be living in the mountain
fastnesses of Afghanistan
EAftLY WRITINGS refer to
the Bab el Yahoud (Jews' Gate)
in Balkh. and the name.
Yahoudiyyah. for another town
would indicate that it was
center of some Jewish
population \ population peak of
ut 40.000 .lews ,,-. maenad at
the turn ot the centurs Before
AJljcrt
the First World War. many found
their way to Jerusalem
Yet it long remained one of
the forgotten and unknown lew ish
communities. untouched by
Furopean influences until
modern times After the Russian
revolution of 1917 and in the
decade or more following.
numbers of Jewish merchants,
artisans and intellectuals from
adjoining Russian provinces, like
Bokhara and Turkestan, fled to
Afghanistan for refuge
The oft Rial altitude to the
lews has had its ups and downs
In the early 1940s Nazi agents
urceadad in stirring up aim
Semiiism When Afghanistan
was admitted to the UN in 1946,
American Jewish leaders
protested on the grounds that the
government there was practicing
a reign of terror against Jews and
against several thousands of new
Russian Jewish refugees from
Bokhara who had been stranded
there as result of the war
MOST OF the latter e\en
tually reached Israel. Ovationo4
the State if Israel did not in
i friendship for the lews on
the part of a po| 1
m i*
I960 Kabul dropi
and- %
i .... -m M
1
Mating the A10* .5
of the mb*^ x^
emigration
bit, most for
India ot the U S
Curiously, than
evidence assoc
istan Moslem
history Some
customs, practices nd
names which might link tn*
the Ten Lost Tribes B"j
official tourist guide
country refers to th< "TVw J
The Pathans. some (>.>.=
in number, who li* 'r
Afghanistan Pakistan honi*^
Moslems, call lhems.'Ke>*L
Israel '"""^ '
3
Mat
chat
ooa
g
re remarkabU !*' "~ T
. .... r J
they
Among their custom*
cumscision. sidelines. P^
shawls, candles in honor mm
day of rest, and separata*
milk and meat
In merit years lb
lavn onlv about I"" w
Afghanistan Ml hn ,J*J
do so had left II'
were reiauvely well ""
n
^". ic'-'
reported hJ ""' ,,s ,ii
and ample im-ans though
a low profile on their J<
Some. found D)
tourist- ware ",n"1
diacovei ..t Mo
on the stiuot avan kn* "
.xist.ru. is lews
"Lin is pood
< onun.iedon Pag*6 X



//? Miami
ADL Calls For
Review of Police
The Florida Regional Board of
he Anti-Defamation League of
I'nai B'rith has called for the
)ade County Commission to
itablish a "meaningful review
process for the investigation of
Dmplaints against police of-
ers."
Richard Kssen. chairman of
iPL'a Board, said "the tragic
lath of Arthur McDuffie em-
liasizes the urgency of the need
establish a process for
.iewing grievances against the
>lice. a process in which both
community and the police will
ive confidence "
McDuffie was the Black in-
irance executive allegedly
irdered by Miami police when
ey attempted to stop him on
motorcycle for a traffic
Nation
"UK BELIF.VK the issue goes
beyond the public's reaction
one or two highly-pulicized
Stances of alleged polio
JM-onduct." Essen said, adding
It "ADL believes that citizens
government officials in our
lmunity must respond to their
ll but often ignored obligation
becoma involved in improving
enforcement services which.
all. are services to ourselves.
it ion of an effective grievance
riew process is a necessaiy part
luch involvement"
position
dudes ". establishment of an
independent, meaningful review
process for the investigation of
complaints against police of-
ficers. Such review procedure
should be established through
the authority of County
government. should include
subpoena powers, and should be
permanently budgeted and
staffed in a manner appropriate
to its very important respon-
sibilities The proceedings of this
review process should be open to
the public."
The ADL also called for
psychological screening of
candidates for law enforcement
positions and the providing of
psychological evaluation and
services on an ongoing basis for
police personnel
ESSEN NOTED that for many
years the ADL has been involved
in assisting police-community
relations training programs in
police departments throughout
Florida He said that the ADL
was responsible for the formation
of the Florida Police Community
Relations Association, a pro-
fessional association of police
officers assigned to community
relations duties (now called the
Florida Association of Police
Community Relations Officers).
The ADL's current proposal calls
for "a continuing component of
human relations training for all
levels of police personnel."
Kirklond Vows to Fight
Democratic Erosion
PHILADELPHIA UTAl
Lane Kirkland, president of
VFL-CIO, said here that his
(Hin/ation would do "all in its
rer to prevent any erosion of
>rt for the only democratic
te in the Middle Last Israel
not only lor Israel's take but
Town
H- .ilsii denounced "repeated
est Kins from high placet
America's interests would be
ed by abandoning opposition
1 aling with the PLO and to
establishment of a
i iman state
IRKLAND. *ho auoceeded
Bte George Meany as head of
country's largest labor
at ion three months ago.
seed a dinner of the
delphia Jew ;h Community
ions CoimCm where he
tpted the Jules Cohen
>nal Award for out-
ing contributions to man's
gle for human rights
dinner, held in association
the National Jewish
lUnity Relations Advisorv
nl INJCRAC) annual
ibly, also honored Theodore
f Philadelphia, outgoing
nan of NJCRAC The
lion was Kirkland s first
E address since he succeeded
iv
called for "a stronger
1 American foreign policy
the defense efforts required
lik it up." He warned that
Soviet Union has demon-
d that it is prepared to
ct the global power it has
ired in the last decade. Our
knee must be of the same
character." Kirkland said.
THE AFL-C10 leader
asserted. A Palestinian state
a PLO state would l>e a direct
threat to the economic, political
and strategic interests of t he U S
and the entire Western alliance
We have seen what a
Palestinian state would look like
It would look like the Iran of
\\atollah Khomeini "
Kirkland maintained that it
was no accident that the
Ayatollah s gunmen received
their training from the PLO and
that Yasir Arafat has offered
material and polotical support to
Khomeini s cumpaign to
humiliate the l S. "
Kirkland also claimed. "A
Palestinian state would, like
Iran. l>e a terrorist state that
employs assassins, kidnappers
and bomli t hrowers as a matter of
official policy. How can it be in
the interests of the U.S. to
facilitate the creation of such a
stale even if Israel did not
exist '
A PALESTINIAN state, he
continued, "would also be a pro-
Soviet state in the energy-
heartland of the world To permit
the establishment of such an
entity in the wake of the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan and the
continuing threat to Iran would
be a geo-political disaster for the
U S
"Unless suicide has become
our foreign policy, the U.S. must
not let this happen. Our country
should be utterly intransigent in
opposing the emplacement of
such a knife at the threat of
human decency."
lack Panthers to Block Cuts
PUSALEM (JTAI -
[Black Panther movement, a
representing poverty
iborhoods. said Jan. 16
fight the Treasury's in-
pons to cut children's
ranees for a family's first
children. Both factions of
movement the one linked
the Communist Party and
>ne which is part of Sheli -
held a joint press conference here
promising "not to keep quiet '
Spokesman Manny Cohen said
the movement would take some
radical action" because any cuts
in children's allowances would
particularly hurt the poor people
Communist Party MK Charlie
Mi ton estimated that some 40.000
families would be hurt by the
cuts.
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Fridav; .1
Background Update
Negotiators Stunned at Talks
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Israeli working
team in the autonomy ne-
gotiations with Egypt re-
turned from their latest
session in Cairo clearly
taken aback by the ve-
hemence of the Egyptians'
rejection of the detailed
autonomy "model" pre-
sented by Israel. While no
reemenl had been antici-
pated, the tone of the
I gyptian response was un-
xpectedly sharp.
' ----- 1 \Uiui I ..it if. head "f t ht-
Egyptian working group, called
the Israeli proposals "a step
backward" based on an old dis-
credited autonomy plan which
predated the peace agreement
and wai rejected by Egypt at the
time Dan Pattir. the Israeli
spokesman, retorted that the
Israeli proposals were an ac-
curate reflection of the principle!
embodied in the Camp David
agreements and not the dis
lorted interpretation by Egypt
INK EG\ PTIANS insist that
autonomy il! lead to a
111 m bj tti< Palestinians
rhi Israelis art determined to
limit the powers ol the autono
mous authority to local adminis
trative functions into threi
i all .:'.' !< s those thai would be
ied "in entire!) bj the elected
administrative council, thow
Afghan Jews Cause for Coneern
Continued from Page 4 A
we think it will get better." one
was quoted as saying 15 years
ago He had bought a house in
Israel 1 suppose that some day
I might use it myself, but just
now I don't think so."
Almost every Jew in
Afghanistan had family in Israel
Some had been here as tourists
but had gone back to their
prosperous businesses and
comfortable homes
Ths community had for the
most part U-en highly religious
Almost all of them knew Hebrew,
and some business men kept their
commercial records in Hebrew
The centuries went b) and the
now familiar atOf} of Jewish
history has repeated itself once
again Those who wished to do s,>
left when thev could And those
who were left it is as if they
had all been swallowed up by the
earth
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THE CAP b lwe n larai I and
Egypt remains as wide as evei
Prune Minister \1en.u hem Begin
,md President tnwai Sadat made
no progress on autonomy at t h-ir
summit meeting in Aswan
Vccording to observers here, it
remains to be seen whether I s
special Ambassador Sol Linowiti
will be able to break the imj>.i--.
whin he \isits the region again
laU r this month.
tin Washington. Secretary ol
Slate Cyrus Vance has disclosed
that Linowitz's trip will includt
visiting the so-called -\rab
moderate states such as Jordan,
Saudi Krabia and Morocco This
In ing ^ lewed hen in sum,
quarters as .1 mission to assure
i he \rahs that t In- 1 S plan
d up
th autonomj talks i
\li unw hil, I M ruster
told
roeommrad iSa.
s..j.i: -
propovi that autonomy be
impleme-nted in the (ia/.i Strip
extended U th< West
Bank as 11 itallj i | he
same wa> that thi Egyptians
rted I -rail s model Grim
d, Murg told reporters "I am
si.rr> that the Egyptians wen- in
a rush 1,, n i t our plan This is a
An. an unwarranted
slowdown in the talks
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Too Early to Charge U.S.
With Pressuring IsraelTamir
By i'ITZHAKRABI
NEW YORK UTAI
Israeb Minister of Justice
Shmuel Tamir said that it is
premature to talk about
American pressure on Israel to
psad up the negotiating process
tor autononn on the West Bank
and (ia/a Strip
[amir who is a member of
Israels ministerial negotiating
on autonomj armed in the
I S on a .sit tour da) ago and
has had meetings m Washington
,A|!). Se< I State ynu
Van '"''
\dn us

.....I PreaidenU
,r Kim tn an Jewish
.mi/atiot.s lamir said that
Vanci h.ui assured him that the
Administration does not int.
to pressure Israel and that the
1 s needs "a strong Israel" awn
"THERE Is no doubt m my
mind that r* winds an- blowing
in this country, Tamir said Ha
referred to the new situation
Ited by th- Iranian and
Afghanistan crises and the new
realization in Washintfon that a
strong Israel is in America S
national interest
He said that since the
autonomy talks U-gan last
spring, the II.S has not brought
pressure to hear on Israel "to
agree to things it Israel) did not
sgrei to m the t amp l>a\id
rds But Tamir
acknowledged thai than an'
differenci betweer Israel and
the I S and that the I S do. -
not always
Israel
see i
I
He expressed hope that -h.
autonomy talk- ,. | "
and Egypt will | _iiM..
their target date : i| \Jav V
Israeli minister ah | -^.^
new situation in thi Middle^,
has strengthened
opposition U th<
third state bet
Jordan
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of Israel
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large amount- atan u
because the .
events m that ntrj
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revolution it
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What Really Happened at Aswan Summit
FromMAIER ASHER
London Chronidt Syndicate
TEL AVIV President
Carter. President Sadat and
Menachem Be^in may hold
another summit meeting in
March to try to remove the out-
standing differences lietween
Israel and Eg) pi
This news comes from
Kgyptian sources and is an in-
dication that there has been no
breakthrough in the summit
talks at Aswan between Sadat
and Begin
Whatever progress has been
achieved, it is not considered suf
ficient for an agreement about
the character of Palestinian
autonomy on the West Hank
IN THKIR first discussion of
bilateral issues in Aswan. Begin
and Sadat seemed to have begun
to break the deadlock in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip autonomy
talks
They did so by inching towards
agreement on two proposals
reportedly made by President
Sadat.
The first was that the elections
for the autonomy governing
bodies should be held earlier in
the Gaza Strip than on the West
Bank while, at the same lime,
retaining the link with the imple-
mentation of autonomy on the
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The second was the removal of
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authorities from the West Hank
and the populated area of the
Gaza Strip
NEITHER proposal is new
The withdrawal of the Israeli
Military Government from places
like Nablua and Gaza has been
advocated by the former Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan
This withdrawal is one of
-i veml measures which, it is felt.
would give the West Bank and
Gaza Palestinians a sense of
freedom from constant Burveil-
lanct !>> the military authorities
and might eventually persuade
them to participate in building up
autonomy.
The earl) holding of elect urn-
in the (iaza Strip wa- initially
proposed by Kgypt because it
was considered that the residents
of the Strip might be more
receptive to the autonomy plan
than their strongly pro-Palestine
Liberation Organization Weal
Bank fellows
ISRAEL ORIGIN ALL If re
jected the idea, fearing that it
might be a ploy by Cairo to gain
control of the Strip
However. President Sadat's
suggestion that the im
plementation of autonomy there
should be linked with its im
plementation on the West Hank
has changed the situation
It has given an initial push to
the autonomy idea without
isolating the (iaza Strip from the
Weal Hank, and may well be
acceptable to Israel
On the question of .Jerusalem
and Egypt's demand that Last
Jerusalem Arabs should be
allowed to take part in the West
Hank autonomy elections, the
two sides remain divided
Israel has all along been
adamant in her insistence that
Jerusalem. Israels capital, must
remain united.
THE EXTENT of Kgyptian
displeasure at this attitude was
illustrated by the Egyptian
Deputy Premier, Hassan el-
Tahumi
He told the Israeli afternoon
newspaper, Maariv, that he was
"not prepared to hear again that
Jerusalem should remain united
forever," adding It explodes
my eardrums "
Israel, he declared, should im-
mediately raise the Moslem
flag over East Jerusalem, not
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Israels obduracy would cause "a
general explosion
However, despite the -harp
pronouncements, Kgyptian as
well as Israeli sources at \-wan
indicated that a head-on con
frontation was being studum-ly
.u i uded
THE TWO leader- also
discussed the third annex to the
peace treaty, which deal- with
the normalization ol relation- be
tween EgypJ and Israel on Jan.
26
Dr Butroa (.bah. the Egyptian
Acting Foreign Minister,
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on keeping a low profile a- tar as
normalization i- concerned
He hNo said in an interview
with a .Ivrw-aiirn Post reprvnen
tative in Aswan that, if no agree
ment was reached on SUtOMXflVj
before the Mav 26 deadline, or
the Palestinians refused to accept
an> agreement that might be
reached, Egypt would have to
think almut Other alternatives."
These could include a new
Security Council resolution
replacing Reaolutioa 242. on
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wen baaed; a Geneva-type con
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Council session on the Pales
tinians
ATALI.AII MANSOl'R
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President Sadat has bean seeking
to revitalise the linkage between
normalizing Egyptian-Ieraali
relation- and progress in the
Waal Hank and Gaza Strip
autonomy talks
Ibrahim Shukn. the leader nf
Egypt's tamed opposil
and a friend of Presid
said bluntly that the normal'
ization of relation- could not be
genuine without reaching
prehensiNe agreement
included solving th< I
issue All observer- egret
Shukli speaks f(.r p..
Sadat
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Concern Mounts Over
Syrian War on Israel
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hamentarians He repeated
Israel's concern to reporters after
briefing President Yitzhak
Navon on his summit meeting
with President Anwar Sadat at
Aswan
Begin said Syria has drawn
closer to Moscow which con-
tinues to supply it with arms and
therefore Israel must remain
ali-rt According to Begin, the
Soviets seek to create tension
along the Israeli Syrian border in
order to divert international
attention from their incursion into
Afghanistan
ISRAELI SOl'RCF.S esti-
mated the number of Soviet
militar) personnel in Syria at
500 The sources said they had
no confirmation of foreign PiUM
reports that an additional r><*)
Russians arrived in Damascus
last week Russian officers and
other ranks were said to be
helping the Syrians absorb the
new weapons which reportedly
include MIC. 25 fighters and T 72
tanks
Israel's concern is shared by
Maj Saad Haddad. commander
of the Christian militia in south
Lebanon which Israel supports
Haddad said that if Syria at
lacked Israel it would he from
Lebanon rather than on the
GoUn Heights He said that
while the (>olan topograph) was
bet let suited to tank warfare, the
Syrians fear that an attack there.
if unsuccessful, would open the
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URSZ PRAISED th.-
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capital il
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4i people practicall) the
hJewish communit) ol
wen present at t h-
hoy whii h ;""k plan- on the
>r ol the building v. hen
ih communit) center is
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was hum to a local
Irnamt-d ('ohen
supportive services, tich as
meals on wheels," homemaker
assistance, and aid to the handi
capped, have been incorporated
in a pilot congregate lerviOM
project which B'nai B'rith 1-
leeking to expand He expressed
concern over budget cuts under
id. ration by the < Hfu 1 1
Management and Budget
Ml t 111 I) a resol
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Senioi I'ii ens Housing < om-
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propriate level under Section
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Heymann Soothes Ruffled Feathers Over Mendelsohn Firing
Continued from Page 1-A
others troubled by the recent
transfer of Martin Mendelsohn,
who established the OS I and was
its deputy director, to other
duties
Suspicion was voiced in some
quarters that Mendelsohn was
removed from the key unit
because he pursued the cases of
the alleged Nazis too vigorously.
He was said to be the most
knowledgeable official in this
area and fear was expressed that
with his departure. the
prosecution of these cases would
lag.
The matter was raised last
week at a meeting between
Jewish leaders and Attorney
General Benjamin Civiletti in
which Heymann participated.
HERMANN promised in his
letter. "We are going to bring
this chapter to a close without
by-passing any case that has
promise''
Walter Rockier, who has
directed the OSI since it was
transferred from the Immigration
and Naturalization Service to the
Justice Department's criminal
division last May and was
Mendelsohn's immediate
superior, said new cases and any
others that may be added in the
future would not be bound by the
one-year deadline
Rockier described some of the
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Three-Way Alliance Links
Ayatollah, Assad, Arafat
Continued from Page 1-A
volunteers seeking to join the
PLO in South Lebanon to land at
Damascus.
THE FIRST contingent of 42
was. in fact, flown to Damascus
by Syrian Airways. They and
later arrivals will presumably be
enabled to enter Lebanon by
Syria's occupation forces, despiu
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expressed some reservations over
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HOLTZMAN. who has been a
leader in efforts to bring alleged
Nazi war criminals to justice,
said. "It is a very ambitious goal,
and I hope it can be met in a way
that meets professional stan
dards However, she said. I
don t want to see meritorious
cases closed down to meet a
goal
Hevmann stated in his letter
that he was not content with
focussing exclusively on the
information iransferred from the
INS He said. The office will
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information wherever it appears
and those sources can identify
additional Nazi war criminals
who may be residing in this
country
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have begun to seek master lists of
Nazi officers and collaborators
for the purpose of cross-checking
them against immigration rolls
held at the INS The Berlin
Documentation Center furnished
us with a last of 6.000 SS officers
who were assigned to con
centration camps. A preliminary
check against INS lists has
indicated that several of them
may well be in the U.S.
SIMILARLY the Dutch
government furnished us with
the names of 400 people who they
were seeking for prosecution. A
cross check of that list has in
dicated that two of them have
been in the U S but are now in
Europe As t\ result of this
procedure. The Netherlands may
now be able to locate and ex-
tradite them '
Heymann stated that five new
cases are now ready for trial and
that his division anticipates filing
additional cases in the next 60
days
Other example of cooperation
with foreign governments by the
criminal division included three
investigators who have been
working in West Germany, one
who has just returned from
Austna where he collected data
at eight different archives,
another investigator has been
working with Fast German
officials for the first time and
gave the State Frosecutors there
I (Heymann) said. 'The office"
will actually seek out new
sources of information
wherever it appears and
those sources can identify
additional Nazi uar crimi-
nals who may he residing in
this country.
a last of '200 subjects on whom
they seek more information In
addition, an archivist and an
attorney have gone to Poland to
interview potential witnesses and
cooperation with Rumania ia
improving. Heymann said
HE ALSO disclosed that the
Attorney General has met with a
high level representative of the
Soviet Union and secured a
pledge of cooperation from him
Meanwhile. Sen Edward
Kennedy ID., Mass I. chairman
of the Senate Judiciary Com
mittee. charged that the cases
wrre not being pursued ef-
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concerned over the sudden
transfer of Martin Mendelsohn
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functioning smoothly nor ef-
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established He said his com-
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Df material exploitation to narrow
nd ultimately enslave the
choices of men at the same time
lhat men believe they are riding
utfh on the blandishment- of
heir pleasures These are a power
1 political chaos to pander to the
BMi-hialism of racial and
jliural ethnocentrism as a
elude to the evolution of
litnal absolutism destined to
irl) the chaos.
Justice Douglas understood all
this He kept a watchful eyon
industrial giants and Um
b i radars, aa well as on the
pwMg cadre of their dronaa,
tm whom he demanded th,-
Hcl of lawful respect lor t he
lerican ide* logue that he
i ted from ever) ona else
.i in his final days the
|ault upon the American laboi
middle c4tSfl and rightl)
brpreted it j> an assault upon
viability of the nation itself
pt ot .ill he saw partisans ol
assault within the Nixon
BUT IT is perhaps to this very
obituary, this reminiscence of my
own. that he would take his
greatest exception not that he
would object to its encomiums to
him. but to its viewpoint.
Primarily, he would criticize its
level and ton*' as elitist and look
to see who were the drones / had
in mind to serve yet another
exclusive class.
Beyond that. Justice Douglas
would agree that the decline of
\meriean Protestantism spells
profound change within the
nations RealpoUtik, but he
would not agree, as I believe il to
be, that the rise of multi lingual.
multi-ethnic, multiracial forces
in its stead reawakens the
malevolence ol ancient super
stitiihis among us and spells the
death of freedom as we have
known it thus far He would see
nothing to fear in the multitude
and no reason to believe in its
innate malevolent parochialism.
I had come to see his final
confinement to a wheelchair as
symbolic of the crippling of all
those ideals he personified Hut
this, he would call bigotry, he
who himself suffered so severely
from the multitude and its innate
malevolent parochialism. This
singular belief in mankind, even
in transition, is what motivated
Justice Douglas Hence his philo-
sophical sources: the Talmud.
Camus. Knglish law. the
l;panishads. They came from
everywhere and in all times He
saw w iadom even in the present
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No NUtDIV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
MILTON UI BERM \n
Plaintiff.
FORD l> COPELASD I
SANDRA COPELAND His
WIFE %ND FIDELITY
MORTGMIE COMPANY OF
GEORGIA, a tieorgia Obf
po rat Ion
1 'tl.THl.int
TO K1DKUTV MORTGAGE
OlMrANY OF GEORGIA
c o Frank Buccl.
Vice President
320 Interstate North
Atlanta. Georgia
YOl" ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mor
tgafe on the following
described property In Dade
County. Florida
Lot In Block 13 of
PAL.Mt.AND ESTATES.
FIRST ADDITION. ac
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded In Plat Book 60
at Page 83. at the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida, together with the
improvements thereon and
all the furnishings, fixtures
and equipment now or
hereafter contained
therein
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses.
If any to it on S Blalr Ross
PA Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address Is 14B7 Sw 7th
BtrMt, Miami. Florida S312S
on or before the 15 day ol
February 1BS0 and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
rellel demanded in the com
plaint
WITNESS my hand and the
: tru> Court '*i the th day
of January i*>
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk oi Ui* Circuit Court
B) N a Hewetl
OKiM Jan 11 u. ae
Feb 1 19*>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 7*1*41
DIVISION 03
IN RE THE
ESTATE OF
DANIEL DEAN
In-< eased
FORMAL NOTICE
BY PUBLICATION
To MYRTLE DEAN and
DANIEL DEAN JR
Residence I'nknown
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that a
Petition for Administration in
the abater estate has been filed
in thj court and you are
require*! to file your written
defenses to the petition or
objections to the appointment
of SANDRA STEVENS as Per
sonal Representative with the
clerk ot this court and to serve
a copy thereof not later than
FEBRUARY IB. IBM on
petitioner s attorney whose
name and address are
SALMON and SALMON
27 NE 10 Street
P O Box 1456
Homestead Florida 33OJ0
If you fall to do so. Judgment
may be entered In due course
upon the petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on January 10.
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As clerk of the court
By Miriam B Hendrlckson
As deputy clerk
First publication or posting
on January if 1BM0
OfcW Jan is. 1BR0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number tO-24*
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
v ICTOR BPEVACK
I .iM'd
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OK DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE ANp ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED thai the administration
of the estate of VICTOR
SPEVACK, deceased. File
Number NO-248. is pending In
the Circuit Ctourt for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division the address of which
is 73 W Flagler Street. Miami
Florida The personal
representative of the estate is
SYLVIA SPEVACK, whose
address la 1701 NE 1B1 St No
113, North Miami Beach Pla
33KU The name and address of
the personal representative's
attorn.) are set forth below
All person.- having < .aims or
demands against The estate are
WITHIN THREE I
Ml >N IMS FHOM THE i
OF THE H IR8T PI BLICA
nON OF THIS NOT!CJ
with k of 'he above
may
"e In
nut .i I n
I the
i.illll is
aol vel due the dat* when It
will become due shall be
con-
i the
natui ertainty shall
. -n is
Ttie i lalmant shall
Ol the
rk to enable the
, |ei | <-ach
, .; latlve
All peraoni interested in the
j. hom .i i op> of this
n tdmlnlstraUan has
mailed aw required.
WITHIN rHREI VNTHS
FROM THK DATE ol- THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
leitions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the quallflca
lions of the personal represen
latlve. or the venue or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CIJMMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
MARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan. 18. 19*0
SYLVIA SPEVACK
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
VICTOR SPEVACK
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
SILVER* SILVER
By MaxR Silver
S-M28 One Blscayne Tower
Miami. Fla SS1S1
Telephone 374 4MB
OSSM
Jan lg, 28 18*0_
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action N 10-457
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INKE The Marriage of
GLYNG DEAN
Petitioner
and
V U.ERIE JEAN DEAN
Respondent
TO Valerie Jean Dean
unknow n
Yol ARE HEREBY NOT I
FIED that a petition for
lution of your Marriage
rial bean Mad and lommenced
in this court and you are
r a COS) of your
- if an) to it on
..nn Eaq al
torne) tor Petitioner whose
i?v?i Blscayne
Boulevard Suite 118. North
Miami Reach. Florida 3318 >
and fill th* original with the
, of the above st> led court
on or before February 21' lBMi
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
unir each week for four con
secutive weeks In Jewish
Flundian
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this llth day of
January 1BB0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
RICHARD I. LARIN
Attorney at I.aw
17*71 Blscayne Blvd Suite 118
N Miami Beach. Fla 33180
i 305.931 3388
Attorney for Petitioner
0*403 Jan 18. 29. Feb 1. 8^ IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name West
Shore Apartments at B5M> B6B0
NW nh Ave Miami Florida,
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv Florida
DA\ IDS SHELTON
BARBARA S SHELTON
LOUIS M RAH IN
DIANE I) RABIN
Myen Kaplan, et al
Attorney! for Registrants
- H Ian 18, 26 Feb 1. 18 IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Plz
rerla Argentina at 1933 SW Mh
Street. Miami Florida. Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade l 'ounty. F lor Ida
Hat tor I>li. President
Rio I >e La Plata Corp
IIM03 Jan 18.23. Feb 1.8 IBM)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fn titious name of
YOl NG ASSOCIATES .it BTt
nv. Mth Street Miami
Florida intend to register said
i with ih>- Clerh of the
Ctrcull Court of Dade County
Florida
rial I *: Young
DURg
Rob)
ngi
IBBO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number Ilelt3
in re es nti or
lERTRl DE LOEB

NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
u.i PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS OB DEM \
1GAINST TH1 ABOVE
TE \nd Ail OTHER
PERSi NS IN rERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
| Ol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 'hat the administration
ol the estale of GERTR1 DE
LOEB, dec eased File Number
II perilling in the Circuit
Court for DADE COUNTY
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 W
Flagler St Miami. Fl The
personal representative of the
estate is GLORIA RUBIN,
whose address Is 7334 Gary
Ave Miami Beach. Fl The
name and address of the
personal representative
attorney are set forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state
menl of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
tornev and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due. the date when It will
become due shall be stated If
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncerlalnt) shall be stated If
the i laim II secured, the
security shall he described
The claimant shall deliver
suffo lent copies oi the laim to
the lerk to enable the clerk b
ma: each personal
tentative
All persons Interested In the
10 w horn .i i op) of this
Administration has
beat ma i I iri required
WITHIN rHREI MONTHS
M THE DATE OF THE
FlP.sr PUBLICATION 01
THIS NOTICE to fin- any
lions they ma) h^\r that
.,. -.,-. ., !:tv of the
the
qualil il the para rial
\. r the venu<
I the o irt
\l.l CLAIMS DEMANDS
OBJE< Til 'NS NOI -'
I) w n I BE FOREVER
U WIRED
Dati Ol the first publication
ol t ri i Nol I of
Administration Jan is 1BK0
i Horla Rubin
As Personal Representative
of the K st.il. Ol
GERTRUDE LOEB
eased'
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Sol Alexandei
1121 Ponce de I .eon Blvd
Gables.
Florida 33134
Telephone 448 lK7
083M .Ian IS, 28 IBM
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number n nil
Division (01)
IN RE ESTATE OF
MORRIS YABI.ON
I ktl eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ARn\ |
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MOKRIS YAH
I.on deceased File Number
7Bai is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County
Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street Miami. Florida
S31S0 The personal represen
tali..- of the estate is JOSEPH
YABLON whose address Is 228
St Pauls Avenue Apt 4A
Jersey City New Jersey 07306
The name and address of the
personal representative s
attorney Ml peraoni hat ins i lalmi oi
ih mand* against the estate are
I WITHIN THREE
M< IN I Hn FROM THE DATE
IS III! FIRST PUBLICA
RON OF THIS NOTICE
Il I K ,|| '.I ,! .
.i ntteri ilatemi
any i laim oi demand the} may
tlm must be in
writing and musl indicate the
the name
and address of Uie i redltoi or
in- agenl oi allot i and the
amou I ii m. i laim Is
', due tin cl.ili w hen it
will le< umi il shall be
II Hi.
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bed iimanl
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have that
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I
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ol Nolle* of
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,,| Hie ESUU ol
MORRIS YABI ON
I ie. eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Ui .>i.l Ii R.uliler
Laa Office ol
1H Reichler
,30 Lincoln Road -SultaSBO
Miami Beach Florida 3313*
Telephone i 309 i74 9040
^ggg-a_____________Jan 18 2ft. IBM)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7* 7251
Division John B Blanton
IN RE ESTATE OK
YOUNG STEVENS LESTER
I lei eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THF. ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
[-HE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate at YOl Ni'.
STEVENS LESTER, deceased
KH. Number7B73SI is pending
il) the Cln uil Court for Dade
Count) Florida Probate
I in islon the addn fa nirh
i : Wi -i Flagler street
M i Honda B1M The
-.-r.tatli e of the
.--I..'.
II nose addn i I
\ i ..,-.- N JIB
Pain
Th. name and iddn i the
, represenlal
Ml kM Ui In .- a
All p. i
l. ileare
WITHIN rHREI
Mi IN iHS FROM [HI
i il- I'll! FIR81
I.ICA III 'N ol- ruis Ni :
. ih the clerk of the
, ., ttei
of an) i ;. lemand
. ma) lia>. Eai h claim
be it, musl
null, thai laim
.. addreai of the
r his agent or at
I \ and the amount
-..-d II the laim la IMl
. *
I.....n.e ,1 .. .. be stated It
I laim is i ontingenl or
unliquidated the nature of
urn ertalntv shall be stated If
the claim is secured, the
i It) shall he des ribed
The claimant shall dell\er
i lea of the claim to
.erk Ui enable the i lerk to
mail one i OO) 10 eac h personal
epraaantatlve
All persons interested in the
estate to \*hom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
V\ ITHIN THREE MONTHS
1- ROM THE DATE OF THF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validlt> of the
decadent'* vin the
qualifications of the personal
representative cr the venue or
jurisdu lion of the court
AU. CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS not SO
Hi.ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan la IBM)
Young Btaveni lister Jr
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Young Stevens Lester
I in rased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
KEPRESENTATTV E
loaeph MrMullen
oral Wav
Miami Florida 33114
. phone 1 306 663-6B16
i> Ml Jan 18.29 18*0
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10-177
in RE ESTATE Or
llll.DE SALBERG
i >e< eaaad
NOTK7EOF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE AII'HK
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
HIE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
fied that ih* administration
oi the estate of HILDE SAL
BERG dei. asrd l- II* Number
so i77 ii pending in the Cln ull
foi I .,.!. Count>
Florldi i .isiiir. the
' a In. h || ,s ,
I
["I* person* i i i
latlve of Uii
1- IRE |X)NE. wl

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with
of
may
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, I.illll t.. u
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\ll |~ rson* interested U
this
u-ii.iiioii has
required
\MIIIIN THREE MONTHS
FROM no: DATE OF l"HE
UltST PUBLICATION OK
nllS Ni iriCE to file .11
J(, i ,. na\e that
. hali ngi the valldlt) of the
i, ,.|. ,| s will the quallfica
uuns ol in. p. raonal represen
Latlve 01 II"' Bantu or juris
dli uan ol lit* I ourt
M I claims DEMAN
\S|, OBJECTIONS not so
: Wll I HE FOREN EH
UAIUU D
Date of the first publication
,f this Notice of
Administration January II
IBM
Marion Firestone
A- Personal Representative
.4 the Estate of
HIIJiH SALBERO
I v, eased
II. |U yNoi ton. Esquire
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
NTATIVE
Blsi ayne Building
I Wi II .. Street
I1M
i 'ii
IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 )lf
Oiviuon 01
IN I'.r i
MALI Bl'NG ARD
NOTICE 'I-
tDMIN noN
.
'.I ii .
i. i i '.
;
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rMcfl *Vi
Miami Florida The
es of the
anal representative and
; 11 V e 9
*y are sel forth below
All 1* rested persons are
fil.- lUk uiii i csiri
ithin THREE months of
rill FIRST PI BUCATION
Ol THIS NOTICE III all
i iaims against the estate and
ati> objeelkM by an in
. i person lo < hom notice
a as mailed that challenges the
valldlt) of the will the
qualifications of the personal
representative venue or Juris
diction ol the court
AU CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT So FIXED V.I1.I.
BE FORE\ KH BARRED
I'ubli. atlon of this Notlc* has
begun on Jan 111 IBM)
Personal Representative
BERNARD Wi
I 0 Bo l(ir>B4
Miami. Florida 33110
Atturnev for Personal
Representative
Harry /.ukernick
420 I .no oln Road
Miami Beach FL3313B
Telephone 672 0O9B
0*401______Jan IS 23 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M MSI'
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RI
EI.IE I I- i Et'H
Petitioner
..lid
Ml ITY I. ST El.El R
Respondent
I"! HETTY I.
ST FI.E1R
rosidenc* unknown
YOl are HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor
Dissolution of Marriage has
bean (lied against >uu and you
ST) requin I lo serve a cop) of
four written defenses if am lo
BENNETT D ElLTZ.
i w attorm. for ivtnioner
*rvi-e iditress is 61B SW \J\h
\ Miami Fl ami file
Igtnal willi the lerk ill
tyted ourt on or
bi lot. i- bruai> ii iwm,
erwisi .. default w ill be
ni. i. d again it for the
om
plain! or petition
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IN TNI CIRCUIT COORT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO M Ut
DIVISION OJ
i BIN
No i ll'BOJJ
: ion
-, HAVINU
; l- MAND
M;,Vi: : Mr AND
tlTHER PERSONS in
rERESTED m IAI0
Utl HEREBY NOTI
that the administration
,,, the Estate of MCRRAY
RI BIN deceased, late of Part*
Countv Florida has com
menced in the captloned

v, ARr HEREBY NOTI
l- 1ED vnd RBQI IRFD lo file
uiiu arxl demands hirh
may have against th*
v late and to Mean) challenge
l the validitv of th* Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate If any or any ob)ec
lion to the qualifications of th*
Personal Representative
venue or JurtsdKtlon of Ih*
Court with the Court Dade
Cisinl) Courthouse TS West
Flagler Street Miami. Florida
UIM WITHIN THREK
MONTHS r ROM THF. DATE
OF THE FIRST PI'B
I RATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR Yol"R RI'IHT TO DO SO
Wll.I BE FOREVER
II RRI D
M I .l.\IMS DEMANDS
>Mi OBJECTIONfl NOT so
FILED WILL HE FOffU VEB
H tRRJ D
I || -t publk a!:- n of this
Notice (- te i da^
-.- IBM
t .-.. M Rubin
\. lentatlve
li
Ml RRAY RUBIN
I Wiea-ed
I vntei Streel
i N*w York
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
OF FLORIOA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO
10 il' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Ri. HI! MARR1 A.GI OF
M Ml IE CLAl'Dfl POTTER
I .-titloner W '.
and
I Al l.DAV 1DI'0TT>:R
Respondent Husband
To PACL DAVID POTTER
I.. iHleni e I ruinown
Y"l ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that s petition for
- of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required lo served a ropy of
your w ntten defenses If any to
it on ARTHUR II UPSoN
attorney for Petitioner whoa*
adslrses is 1913 Norlnweel 1*7
Street Suite HOB Miami
Florida 331# and fll* the
, ial with the clerk of the
atiovr st v led court on or before
February i'i IBBO otherwise a
default will be entered against
' r the relief prs>ed for In
" < inpiaint or (H-lition
W I TNKSS my ,j,na 4nH tnr
Baal of said nsjrt at Miami
U on this 13 day of
Januarv 1BS0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk
Clrcull Court
Dade Count) Florida
By Deborah0 Hess
A- I lepul) Clerk
fsMFI jn IS
_______________________Feb 1 B. IBM)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cue No (0 V, FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
.i minor child
B)
GARY D WESTliATE
PeliUoner
NOTICE oi- ACTII IN
TO FRANK II A\ AN.', i
Residenie I nknown
^ oi \rk NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption ol
minor has b.en tiled herewith
and you are required to serve a
Copy of vour written objection
H ail) to it on BRIAN H
BHODY ES4, attorney for
ih r who** address Is
N Miami
- on or
ISM and
with the clerk
ither b.
tutorial or lm
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Jage
g Logistical Operation
IIsrael Army Moves to New Defense Perimeter in Sinai Desert
AVIV (JTA) -
largest logistic
>n ever conducted
Israeli Army was
kted Monday in
ktion for the move to
a new line in the Sinai on
Wednesday. The new de-
fense line will run from Ras
Mouhamoed to Kl Arish.
While the area was turned hack
to Egypt on Wednesday, the
Kcfidim military base and air-
field, the largest on the Sinai, will
be given hack to the Kgyptiansat
a ceremony on Friday
DEFENSE Minister K/.r
Weizman v isited the base, which
was the logistk tenter for the
army in the Sinai. The only con-
struction left at the base is that
found when Israel captured it in
I 167 However, water, telephone
electrical lines were left
intai i
I lit latest Israeli withdrawal
involved dismantling and
removing 3.500 buildings and
other structures, 250 kilometers
of water pipes and 87.000 tons of
equipment.
Convoys of trucks had criss-
Crossed the Sinai bringing this
heavy U ad either to t he Negev or
the New line
(ever before in our history
the dream been this close.
loses dreamed of it.
have untold millions of Jews
|own through the ages.
thildren like Anne Frank. Geniuses
ce Albert Einstein. Innocents
te the Olympic athletes murdered
Munich.
rolda Meir lived for it.
o did those who fought incredible
fcdds in the Sinai.
knd those in Miami who cried
luring the times when the dream
learly died.
Jut the dream of a spiritual home-
md for the worlds Jews did not
fete. Not pharaohs. nor fuehrers,
tor terrorists can destroy a vision
that has been passed down from
Generation to generation, in
TFountries everywhere.
And now. with peace between Israel
and Egypt, our dream is closer to
Coming true than it has been in a
thousand years.
hit there are still grave dangers,
rhaps the greatest of these is the
[idea that since there is no war in
[the Mideast, the people of Israel no
longer need our support to care
for their pressing human needs.
Nothing could be further from
the truth.
[For unless we continue to help the
| people of Israel, the dream that
[has endured the Exodus and the
[Holocaust could slowly be strangled
[by staggering war debts, economic
(embargoes, political isolation.
and runaway, triple digit inflation.
Which means she must rely on
lus as much as ever to help meet
fher vital human needs.
JEvery moment of every century
since Moses, our people
Thave worked for a dream.
We must not fail it now.
The dream is within reach.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal/Israel Emergency Fund.**
laoOBlacayiM Boulevard Miami Florida33137 ^L^f
Phone S79-4O00 ^**


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IN HONOR OF *
IRVING CYPEN
102 UNIT ADULT CONGRCGAT
LIVING FACILITY
tSE? mUi e H0SP,TAl fO THE AC
i AT DOUGLAS GARDCKS. January I3I98C
V -spiral for the Aged to be named in honor of Irving Cypen Pictured here at the ceremony are
t to right! Hazel Cypen. Irving Cypen and Stephen Cypen.
Cantor Saul Breeh
Interim Rabbi
Cantor Saul H. Breeh was this
week named as interim Rabbi of
Temple Beth Raphael.
In announcing the appoint-
ment, George Finn, president of
the temple, said. "Cantor Breeh
has acted as rabbi at Temple
Beth Raphael on numerous
occasions since its inception in
1965 and at the opening of the
temple served in the pulpit for
two years.
"Recently, due to the Ulness of
Rabbi Ephraim Mandelcorn.
Cantor Breeh officiated and has
earned the esteem of the con-
gregation.'" said Finn.
"On behalf of the entire board,
I am pleased to give Cantor
Breeh the honor which is due
him. concluded Finn.
Cantor Breeh has been
ordained rabbi since 1972.
an
Cantor Saul H Breeh
11
R' Division Cabinet Named

Kasper
Huss
Stubms
Brownstein
rey E Newman, chairman
the K Division of the
I' Miami Jewish
i ition'a 1980 Combined
wish \ppeal-Israel Emergency
: campaign. has announced
.'(ointment of his cabinet of
ruirmen to assist him this
Scott Barnett. Steven
Mrownstein. Gary Dix. Jack
Finkelman. Marvin Goldman.
Steve Graham. Martin Kasper.
Richard Russ. Barry D. Siegel.
Jeff Stubms. Michael Sumberg
and Michael Weiss will par
ticipate in the leadership of the
division's 1980 campaign.
DL Official to Speak at Beth Am
N Teitelbaum,
i'n area director of the
V imation League of B'nai
/ will speak on "Recent
- and I 'heir Effect on
'wish Family" at a
congregational breakfast at
Temple Beth Am
The event, sponsored by the
Brotherhood, is set for Sunday.
Jan 20. at 9:30 a.m. in the youth
lounge
Brochure about Cults for Parents
rcxhure titled Watch
Will Trap You! is
bis to parents who
ncerned about their
M involvement in cult
I enls
I bra hure, assembled by
" Rubin R Dobin. is offered
free ot charge by the South
Florida Concerned Parents of
Cult Children
Free copies may he obtained by
Bonding stamped sell addressed
envelope to Rabbi Rubin R.
Dobin, I'd Boi 6194, Miami
Beach, Florida 33154
.\W
Jl Maurice Davis (center), of the Jewish Community
yerof White Plains, N. Y., meets with Rabbi Solomon Schif'f.
ifae lice president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
nation and director of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
on Chaplaincy Service; and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
mple Menorah, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
ciarion. The trio discuss the growing problem of cults,
_Jn Rabbi Davis aired at local seminars here recently for the
mfit of the Rabbinical Association and faculty members of
Central Agency for Jewish Education.
The Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund helps
BUppoft over 50 social service
agencies, locally, nationally and
around the world.
JNF Annual
Purim Ball
Announced
Dr Irving iA-hrman. chairman,
Jewish National Foundation, and
Abraham Grunhut. president.
JNF (ireater Miami, have an-
nounced that the traditional
Jewish National Fund I'unm Ball
will he held on Monday Feb. 25.
.it 6 30 p m at the Konover
Hotel. Miami Beach
'The \nnual
Purim Ball has
income a beauti
ful tradition of
the Jewish Com-
munity to the
lewish National
Fund in celebral
ing the I'unm
\ ictory of old,"
said Grunhut
In announcing the Ball. Rabbi
I.ehrman said that the Queen ot
the Ball. Jean Akop, has been
elected for her outstanding
dedication to Judaism and Israel
Two princesses. Florence
Flederman and Bertha Fox.
round out the court.
The entire Jewish community
is invited to the JNF Purim Ball
Haim Yassky
Hadassah
The Haim Yassky chapter of
Hadassah will meet Wednesday.
Feb. 6. at Byron Hall. Miami
Beach Social hour at noon:
meeting starts at 1 p.m.
Shulameth Cohen will review
the book. Tht Fugh Plan (about a
Jewish community in Japan) by
Marvin Tokayer and Mary-
Swart/
On Wednesday. Feb. 13, the
Hadassah chapter will have its
youth Aliyah Ima luncheon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Entertainment by Walter
Scupella and Billy Martin
'Scoop' Jackson Is Guest
U.S. Sen. Henry "Scoop" Jackson /center) was the special
guest speaker recently at a reception on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Pictured above,
the senator chats with Miami Beach residents Louis B
Golden Iright). who hosted the event at his home in the
Kenilworth. and Harry Zimmerman (left!
Miami Beach residents Davitia and Harry A. "Hap" Lei )
hosted a reception at their home recently for the
Pacesetters of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on
behalf of Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Pictured is special guest U.S
Sen. Henry "Scoop" Jackson (center) shown chatting with
his hosts for the evening. "Hap" Levy (left land Davuia
Levy (right).
King Solomon Temple Offers Tours
Biblical buffs, would you like
to see what the- King Solomon
Temple looked like before it was
destroyed in Jerusalem'.' Want to
make a pilgrimage to it1- replica?
Miami Beach's $500,000 King
Solomon Temple was built in
1979 according to the ar-
chitectural specifications that
were described in the Bible.
Rabbi David Raab said that
his temple at 910 Lincoln Road is
organising group tours to his
s\ nagogue and other historic
points of interest in Miami
Beach
eJewisJh Floridian
Mi
Florida Friday. Januan 2b. :9W
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Historical Society to Honor Pioneers
Joseph M. Drexler I second from right) is shown with Mrs.
11',-xler in the company of Dr. Gerson I). Chohen, chancellor of
the Seminary, and U.S. Senator Howard Baker of Tennessee at
the Seminary's convocation dinner last year. Drexler will chair
the Seminary's opening brunch at the Hotel Konover on
Wednesday morning, Jan. 30.
Theological Seminary
To Hold Brunch
Seven piooetc leaders of the
ireater Miami .Jewish com
Imunity will be honored Tuesday.
at .in IB p m reception
ii the Konover Hotel, Miami
i bi rporaored by the Jewish
I Historical Society of South
I IK
rhia ifl tin1 second annual
m held under I he easpices
Historical Society, ai
president H irrid
The yearl>
indi\ iduals .'
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Seitlin is the founder and past
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida Mrs.
Stone, mother of U.S. Sen
Richard Stone, is national vice
president of American Mi/.rachi
Women Badanes eras among the
first presidents oi Beth David
Congregation, Dado Counts I
first synagogue
Mr- Green said publication of
it- initial lH>k will lie announced
liv the Jewish Historical Society
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with past i1
Se\ mour l.iebman a I hor
Seven pioneer leaders of the
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity will be honored Tuesday.
Jan. 29, at an 8:15 p.m. reception
at the Konover Hotel, Miami
Reach, sponsored by the Jewish
Historical Society of South
Florida. Inc.
This is the second annual
reception held under the auspices
of the Historical Society, ac-
cording to president Harriet
Green. The yearly event
recognizes individuals who have
"served as distinguished builders
of the Greater Miami Jewish
community."
Honorees include Samuel
Radanes. Judge A dele Sega 11
Faske, David Fleeman, Aaron
Kanner, Judge Sidney Segall.
Jennie Seitlin and Lily Stone.
Fleeman and Kanner have each
served as president of the greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Mrs.
Seitlin is the founder and past
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida. Mrs.
Stone, mother of U.S. Sen.
Richard Stone, is national vice
president of American Mizrachi
Women Radanes was among the
first presidents of Reth David
Congregation. Dade County's
first synagogue.
Mrs. Green said publication of
its initial book will be announced
by the Jewish Historical Society
of South Florida at Tuesday's
meeting, with past president
Seymour Liebman as the author
and editor.
The society is collecting
historical background on Jewish
communities from Tampa to Key
West. The Jewish community of
South Florida today is the third
largest in the United States,
exceeded only by those of New
York City and Ix>s Angeles.
Reservations and additional
information are available at the
offices of the Jewish Historical
Society. Miami Reach.
Admission is by ticket only.
Dr. Rosenbluth Is Feted in Tel Aviv
TEL AVIV The
Maimonides Award Citation, a
large handsome plaque that is
one of Israel's most pretigious
commendations. has been
presented to Alpha Omega, the
15.000-member international
dental fraternity in recognition of
its support and sponsorship of
dental education in Israel
through State of Israel Bonds.
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth of
North Miami Reach, outgoing
\lpha Omega president, was
among (host' honored at the
ceremonies in Tel \\ iv.
IN THE CEREMONY which
took place at the opening of the
fraternity's annual convention
here. Chaim Herzog. former
Israel Ambassador to the United
Nations presented the Citation as
the first such honor ever given by
Israel to a professional society.
The fiO() delegates and w ives
present came from the U.S..
Canada U.K., France. Relgium.
Germany, South Africa.
Australia. Switzerland. Sweden,
and Israel.
Alpha Omega has been
responsible this year tor the
purchase ol nearlj 14 million in
St ii "I Israel Bonds ami other
finani .tits
Dr. Rosenbluth. who ac-
cepted two identical Mai-
monides Award Citations on
behalf of Alpha Omega, in turn
presented them to the deans of
the dental schools at the Hebrew
University and Tel Aviv
University, where they will be
permanently affixed.
IN accepting the award. Dr.
Rosenbluth recalled that the
fraternity had raised funds to
build the SchoO ol Dental
Ml dicine at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, ami
ibstantial contribute
toward the IV1 Avh University
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North Dade benefactors and
patrons of the Greater Miami
Jewish Fedarauoc Woow'i
Division wiB near Dr Helen
Fagw. director of the I'niversity
of Miami < Department of Judatc
Studies when she keynotes a
luncheon on behalf of the GM
JF 5 19* Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
on Monday Jar. M
The luncheon program -
take place at Mer.age
Restaurant at 11 in and also
features as guest speaker
Maime Schwaru Women*
Division vice president far
community education
Chairing the event are North.
Dade benefactors Marsha lnsier
Elaine Rjchmac and Lois Stage!
and North Dade patrons Suxanne
Larhtman and Lolly Woilmas
\ssisung them is North Dade
campaign chairman Karen
Bucfawsky V* omen s Division
president is Heiene Berger
Dr Fagin. a survivor of the
Holocaust, was awarded the
Natxxva. HakcWi Memcr-JL
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Holocaust and "The Holocaust
Man and God After Auschwitz
Last summer Dr Fagin
presented a paper on the
Holocaust at the l'niverstt> of
Stockholm and dunng her
academic career has conducted
numerous workshops and con-
ferences on the Holocaust Dr
Fagm was recently asked M
testify far the President s
Commission on the Holocaust
Further infannatjoc on the
Hartal Dade Benefactor Patron
Luncheon is available at the
Women s Di\ is ion office
/> HfUr.
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Hear Rabinowitz
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A music festival will be
presented Sunday evening Jan
27 itKp m by Cantor Murray
B Yavneh of the North Bay
Village Jewish (enter at the
center
Joining Caotot Yavneh will be
other cantors The program will
include cantonal, operatic, folk
and chassidic music in English.
Hebrew. Italian Yiddish and
French
Appearing in the program in
addition to Cantor Yavneh will
be
Cantor Zvi Adler of Temple
Emanuei. Miami Beach Cantor
Z\ee Aroni of Temple Beth
Torah North Miami Beach.
Cantor Fleazar Bernstein
Emeritus of Temple Beth p.
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Feldman of Temp, Mwl?
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Miami Beach. I antor iivj
Shulkes of Temple Sinai SJ
Miami and Cantor Emaaai
lavneh of Tempi. H. sk^l-
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(antor David I OOVaMI of
Temple Beth v. M
Beach, wal condi. he enaaBib
and Jack Baras at tha pun,.
Rabbi Mar%:r M ,pir
leader of the Nor- Bay
Jewish Center,
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bead of undergraduate Jewish
studies and Jewish education at
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the Carvan Erva Marhaei
College of Hebrax- Studies aval
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liami Beach benefactors of
(ireater Miami Jewish
-deration (GMJF) Women's
p\ ision will gather on Feb. 1 for
eir annual luncheon on behalf
CMJF's 1980 Combined
wish Appeal Israel
[MTgency Fund (CJA-IEF).
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['1' i vent will take place at 10
at Douglas Gardens-Miami
-h Hume anil llo-.pil.il lor
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tion'a iainil> of aartfins
luh receives support from the
\ 11 h campaign
|Kenneth .) Schwartz, GMJF
listanl secretary and chairman
Worker Recruitmanl and Bi-
llion of the 1980 campaign, will
of i he featured guest
on the agenda Sch
Irt/ is immediate past
f M of Temple Sinai of
rth Dade
Iso addressing the luncheon
Pup will be Ciwen Weinberger.
fJF assistant treasurer and
mber of the national women's
kinet of the Council of Jewish
i'Tiuons Mrs Weinberger is
Dediate past president of the
ieth David
Services
Ieth Uavid Congregation.
SW. 120 Street, there will
la Sabbath of Tribute to the
thers at the Beth David
""Is during the late Sabbath
I sen-ice at 8 p.m. Friday. Jan
he service is also a family
Hie when special attention is
Jn to including the entire
PJ.v in the service of worship
%turdav morning there will
service in the Main Sane
on Coral Way at 9 a.m.
' Sol Landau will preach,
k'ddush follows the service
sill are welcome.
'nai B'rith
Women
Tnai B'rith Women. Coral
chapter, will hold its
1 Brotherhood Meeting on
eaker Reverend Richard J.
Senior Minister of Coral
Congregational Church,
topic will be "Peace
ugh Brotherhood."
Women's Division and is a
former president of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
Chairing the program are
Women's Division Miami Beach
benefactor co-chairmen Mania
Schantz and Miki Granoff. The
C-MJF's 1980 CJA-IEF cam
paign is the Jewish community's
major drive to support a network
of more than 50 local, national
and overseas social service
agencies and the humanitarian
programs which they provide.
On Tuesday. Jan. 29. at 7:45
p.m the Aventura Jewish Center
congregation will have a general
membership meeting at which
time Judd Merl, president, will
present his annual "State of the
Temple1' report. Guest speaker
.will be Morris Brafman. scholar.
industrialist, author, lecturer,
founder and presient of the
International League for the
Repatriation of Soviet Jewry,
and chairman of the Business
Advisory Council of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
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TfTF Groups Fight Bigotry Rabbi Schindler to Speak at Beth Am
Willard Zweig. director of
media for the Department of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans,
announced that more than 430
JWV Brotherhood placards
espousing the Department of
Florida'9 JWV doctrine. "United
in Brotherhood Fight
Bigotry." are currently ap-
pearing on public transportation
buses as a public service in Dade.
Broward. Palm Beach Counties.
The placards also appear on
buses in Daytona. Orlando.
Clearwater. Tampa and St.
Petersburg, in conjunction with
the organization's Brotherhood
months of January and
February
State JWV Commander Alvin
F. Rose of Miami stated. "In
these trying times, it is essential
that we continually combat one
of the greatest intangible enemies
of our country bigotry, which
threatens our national security
and unity "
Rose continued. "In response
to those prejudices and anti
Semitic attitudes that are at-
tempting to divide our great
nation, the Florida Jewish War
Veterans hav. designated
January and February as JWV
Brotherhood Months to alert the
Citizenry to this latent danger
The Je,wish War Veterans is
the oldest veterans organization
j\ the I nited States
Temple Zion Schedules
'Youth Interactivity Days'
Arnold M. Spalter. Temple
/.urn's youth vice president, has
extended an invitation to all
Jewish youth between the ages of
10 and 18 to attend "Youth
Interactivity Days" set for
Thursday. Jan 31. and Thur-
sday. Feb. 28. from 4-6 p.m. at
the temple.
The temple s religious school
students. Kadima and CSV. are
planning the events, including
social, religious, and sports
Temple membership is not
required for children interested in
joining Kadima or USY.
Parents may bring younger
children who may be interested in
discussing their children's
religious education Gad Ohana.
religious school principal, and
Mrs Dorothy H. Grant,
executive direc-
tor administrator, and temple
president Gary F. Canner will be
on hand for consultation
Kids To Plant Trees
For Tu B'Shevat
The Samuel Scheck Hillel
Community Day School will
celebrate Tu B'Shevat. Jewish
Arbor I>a>. on Friday. Feb 1.
with a tree planting ceremony at
the school. North Miami Beach.
Florida't own official Arbor
Day is the third Friday in
January, close to the Hebrew
date of the 15th of Shevat
According to Mrs Henry
"solomon. educational director.
186 students will participate in
the program which will include
appropriate readings, singing
and dancinn throughout the day
"While a portion of the
program will be gi\en to the
history of Tu B'Shevat. Jewish
Arbor Day. the importance of
trees to all people, but par-
ticularly Israelis, trill DC stressed
Forests are a unique and
renewable resource and are vital
to the protection of the water
supply, and lor providing
abundant raw material to in-
dustry Trees have aesthetic
values otherwise unduipbcated.
and the forest affords shelter and
tood for wildlife. Mrs Solomon
said
Jewish Special Education
A membership meeting of the
\s-,., lation tor Jewish Special
Education is called tor Monde)
Jan 28, at 7 30 p m at the
U .\ ish Federation
All members and inter.
prospective members are invited
Leo Plotkin, pn >| the
organization, said th rtant
issues concerning 1
Association i pn sented
and discussed.
lor Jewish
Special Fducation is a non-profit
organization which sponsors tour
weekly classes in Judaism for
illy disabled children and
adults in Dade County
The annual Purim Part) is
being planned lor March 2, anil
tht Jerusalem Club Seder will be
\pnl for its members
For further information .
tivities tor Jewish mental.>
call t he
\s social
Auction Will Benefit
Sisterhood and JWV
Selma Reppeport, president of
the Nisierh(x>d of Temple Beth
Am. Julius Stricoff. commander
of the Jewish War Veterans
South Dade Post 77*. and Jackie
Hose president of the Auxiliary,
have completed plans for an art
auction to be held at Temple Beth
Am, 5960 N. Kendall Drive, on
Sunday. Jan. 27
Viewing will begin at 7 p.m.
and the auction will start at 8
p.m.
Committee members include
Anita Molien. Molly Brown.
Evelyn Clem. Louie Brown. Ben
Clem and Kose Pollock.
Sisterhood funds will he used
to give camp scholarships and
various temple activities
The Jewish War Veterans Post
and Auxiliary funds will be used
for their work at the Miami \ A
Hospital. Homestead Air Force
Base Hospital and chapel, senior
citizens homes, retarded children
and man) other activities
The public is invited to attend
V\ me cheese, crackers and coffee
will be served There will be an
admission tee.
Robert Reiser Of the Art Scene
in Dadeland will act as auc-
tions-r
Southgate Hadassah
I he Nnuthgate Chapter ot
HadaSSah w ill have a book rev lew
tor paid-up and life members on
Thurada). .Ian 30 it 1 p m at
thl i\ inga and lxan
Association, Alton and Lincoln
Roadi Miami Beach 1,. m I
ments will be sen
The book reviewers Arlene
Ditchik and i.ana Goldberg, will
review Tht / ttabluhnunt bj
ll tward l-.is,
Rabbi Schindler has served on
numerous national and in-
ternational boards, having
recently chaired the Conference
of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations.
A leading spokesman for the
American Jewish communitv.
Rabbi Schindler continues to
represent the Jewish voice" in
Washington. DC, as Wtl|
many other world capitals
Dr. Schindler is coming to
Miami to help celebrate tht
anniversary of Temple Beth \m
Since its beginnings jt|
families in 1966, Tempi*
Am has grown to servi .,,me
1.800 S.uth Dadefamili.~. *,tha|
multitude of programs
Rabbi Schindler
Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
president of the Union of
American Hebrew
Congregations. will be the
featured guest speaker on Friday.
Feb 1. at 8:30 p.m in the san-
ctuary of Ter pie Beth Am
Beth David
Services
The service of the Beth David
Congregation on Friday night.
Jan 2h. will be conducted by the
faculty of the Beth David
religious school. The
congregation will have the op-
portunity to pay tribute to its
teachers with appropriate
recognition
Kaspi-Silverman. educational
director of the Beth David
religious schools, will present
Torah scrolls to the beginning
class of the 1979-80 students \n
Oneg Shabbat will follow the
service and all are welcome The
sen ice Ix'gins at 8 p m
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Teen Art Series Set
By Young Israel
Antique Show Set at Temple Emanu-El
The Young Israel Hnei Akiva
of (irealer Miami is sponsoring
t hi' MOOOd of its two-part "Art
Scries For Juniors The dates
arr
Sunday. Jan _'T 6-fl p.m. I/ed
by Kochelle (ireenwald and Judy
Bidnkfc "Working with Clay.'
Techniques in making and
molding own artifacts, after
which thev will he fired in the
klin
Sunday. Fob. 3 and 10: 7-8
p m I,ed by Mr- Toby Kishman
"Knameling on Copper Mrs
Fishman is bringing her copper
kiln for this work Material
charge necessary.
Sunday. Feb. 17: 7-8 p.m. I/ed
by Mrs. Nili Cahana. Mikado."
Felt silhouettes on a background
of Israeli woven mats
Sunday. Feb. 24: 5-6 p.m. Led
by Judy Hidnick. Hasket
Making Making I'urim Shal.x h
Manos baskets with new
techniques
A flat fee per child is
required to participate except
where material costs are men-
tioned.
All of these programs will take
place at the Young Israel of
Greater Miami.990 NE 171st St..
North Miami Boacb.
Israeli Dance
Party Planned
The Chai Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will hold an
Israeli dance party at the
Summit Apartments on
Saturday. Jan. 26. at 8 p.m.
Israeli food as well as other
refreshments will be served A
donation is required
Mrs. Albert (Renee) Levy, past
president of the Parent-Teacher
Association of the I .ehrman Day
School and of Temple Kmanu-EI
of (ireater Miami, has been
named chairman of the seventh
annual antique show and sale.
ponaorod by the congregation.
Mrs Morris I Rose) Kirschner
was named co-chairman, and two
past presidents of the Temple
EmanU-EI Sisterhood. Mrs.
Hernard 1) (Kuthl Kaplan and
Mrs Jerome (Judy) I'ffner, were
named advisors for the event
which opens Saturday night.
Feb. 2.
The antique show and sale is
open to the general public.
Show hours are 7 p.m. to 11
p.m. on Feb. 2. noon to 10 p.m. on
Sunday. Feb. 3. and noon to 6
p.m on Monday. Feb. 4.
Forty specialty antique dealers
have accepted invitations to take
part in the show
Florida exhibitors from
Orlando and throughout the state
also will participate, according to
Carol (ireenberg. president of
Temple Kmanu-F.l.
The show will be set up in the
Friedland Mallroom of Temple
KmanuKI Advance tickets are
available at the temple office.
Golden Ring Club Lunch
(iolden King Cluh No 1 of
Miami Beach will host a special
luncheon on Tuesday. Feb. 5. at 1
p m at the Financial Federal
Hank on Washington Avenue
and Bth Street
Club chairperson Katie
Tischler announced that a
program including the latest
llistadrut film. "A Finger on the
Pulse.' will he presented
Gueat speaker will be Morris
Fisher, former national assistant
secretary of the Farband and
member of the board of directors
of the Israel llistadrut Council of
South Florida.
Tishler added that "one of the
main activities of the Golden
King Club annually is to provide
a- much moral and financial
support as possible for the
outstanding health, education
and social service programs ol
(he llistadrut in Israel
The film. "A Finger on the
Pulse. deaK with llistadrut I
medical services, Kupal Holim.
Over Th percent of all Israelies
are covered by Kupat Holim and
are treated in one of the 17 major
hospitals and 1.600 clinics
situated throughout Israel.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi David Shapiro of
Temple Sinai of Hollywood will
appear on "The Jewish Worship
Hour" on Jan. 27 at 8 am on
Channel 10
Every moment of every century
since Moses, our people have
worked for a dream.
After all the sacrifices, all the tears,
all the grief and all the pain, there is
a quiet joy in the hearts of Jews
everywhere.
Israel is at peace with Egypt.
But we must not let the happiness
of peace blind us to the hard reality
that the people of Israel need our
support now as much as they ever
did. Perhaps even more.
Because Israel must still assimilate
thousands of Jewish refugees from
the Soviet Union.
Because Israel must still build new
schools and hospitals and care
for her elderly while struggling to
overcome the effects of economic
boycotts, political isolation, and a
runaway Inflation far greater
than our own.
Yes. it would be easy to persuade
ourselves that peace between Israel
and Egypt has solved all our
problems. And that we can forget
our promise to help the people of
Israel for as long as it takes to make
the dream of thousands of years
come true. It would be easy. But it
would be wrong.
The dream is so close now we can
almost reach out and touch it.
The dream of a spiritual homeland
for all Jews. A nation called Israel.
Living in peace and security, and
open to all who share her belief
in the essential brotherhood of
all men.
We are closer to the dream than
ever before in our history. We must
not fail it now.
The dream is within reach.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federations 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal/Israel Emergency Fund. Jm4
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Pioneer Women Seek 500 New Members
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Forty-two now lite members of
1'ioneer Women have been
enrolled during the month long
membership campaign of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florid*, president Harriet (ireen
announced thi- >
The council is seeking to enroll
new member- among it-
Dads and Hroward Count)
ipters and clubs.
Mn (ireen -aid that goal
already has reached the half-u..\
mark, but the number of life
members women who pav SI r>0
each signed up during the
initial phase of the drive "already
has shattered all records."
The Aviva Chapter of Pioneer
\\ omen will sponsor a luncheon
UMJ card part) at noon in the
CIVIC auditorium of Washington
Saving! and Loan Association.
\ 1 169 St North Miami
". on Tuesday, Jan
Margot Atnstal serves as
president of the \\ i\ a ("hap
A luncheon and card part) will
highlight the January calendar of
the Kadimah Chapter of Pionoei
Women. They will meet in the
social hall of Bath Kodaafa
Congregation on Tuesday. Jan.
29 at noon.
Pauline Levick and her
daughter. Mr- Fm.-t [Dolly I
Harris will sponsor the affair
TUlie Sandier is presidenl of
the Kadimah chapter. Ke-er
vatkms lal u I) calling
Mr- Sandier or Mr- Lev I
The Bebs Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold s i
and tram, part) on Wednesday
Jan 30, at noon in the cluhrooni
of 100 Lincoln Koad Apartment
Building
According t" Sarah Kaufman.
president, refreshments will be
aen <\l The public is inv ited
Ethel Blum on Radio
From Israel, Egypt
Robin Matell Forms Public Relations Firm
Robin M Matell. former vice
president-public relations of
National Airlines, announced the
formation of his own public
relations agency in Miami.
Robin Matell Associates will
specialize in corporate corn-
employee in-
programs.
counseling and
trade publicity
The new company has been
retained by Pan American World
Airways to further develop in-
ternal and external com-
munications programs
Matell has served as National's
public relations vice president
since 1972. He spent 20 years
with the airline in various public
relations positions here and in
New York.
municat ions,
formation
management
consumer and
Robin Matell
JVS Offers Career Counseling
identify the work for which they
are best suited and clarify their
career goals. Groups will share
career common problems and concerns,
providing members with mutual
The Jewish Vocational Service
iJV'Sl is offering a group
counseling program for in
dividual- considering
alternatives.
This four-sesaion program will v'
be offered at the Michael Ann Vocational interest testing and
Russell Jewish Community interpretation, as well as career
Center. Wednesday. Jan 30. Feb exploration exercises, will be
6. 13 and 20. from 730 to 8:45 included in this program
p rn. More information is available
Participants will be able to attheJCC
Under his direction. the
airline I public relations staff
helped popularize "No r rills
flight- when they began in 1975,
publicized th first Hoeing 7-17
and DC-10 flights to Florida, the
first Miami-London service by a
IS airline and Nationals later
transatlantic services to various
Kuropean cities
Before joining National. Matell
was a writer and account
executive with a New York public
relations firm He also was a
reporter with the Long Island
Staryfournal, Ing Island City.
N Y
A graduate of the I'niversitv of
Wisconsin School of Journalism,
he is a member of the Public
Relations Society of America.
The Society of Professional
Journalists Sigma Delta Chi,
Aviation Space Writers
Association and the Society of
American Travel Writers
Galil Mizrachi
The (ialil chapter of the
American Mizrachi Women will
have a regular meeting at noon
on Monday. Pah 4. at the
Washington Savings A Ixian
Building, 833 NE l~th St .
North Miami Beach Refn-h
ments will be SSTvad GuCStS are
welcome
It took thousands of yean to
ire for this svanl but on
la, lar, .. ,t will be u.-t
! ke talking to the lad) nexl door
Ethel Blum. 1360 WKA1
reporter and talk I
,,-t live from '
and Cairo during hi
new- in the Middle 1 ast
I ighi Daj I gypt and li
\\ rule uniqut tn*'
I ;... lal programs will be
consistent with 1360 WKA1
Talkradio open-phone formal
Veteran reporter Ethel Blum
will begin with a three hour live
broadcast from Jerusalem on
Saturday Jan W from s to 11
am and South Florida listeners
will be able to use the
1360 WKAT open-phone lines
to talk directly with Blum and
her gueetS in Jerusalem
The following Saturday, her
regular three hour show on Feb
2 Mnllam. will offer a similar
opportunity but from Cairo
During the week, Blum will fe-d
four dailv reports from lx>th
countries Egypt and Israel
toother feature, owning to the
cooperative effort with Kol Israel
and Cairo Radio, will l>e the fact
that all broadcasts will be heard
in l>oth countries, as well as in
South Florida.
Topics slated for coverage
Etkti Blum

include the progress of p
111 Slistsssre t>elween two
enemy countries and it-
on lifestyles as well as politic*
Blum will talk with a r
of women of achievement .
countries and with expert
will discuss the best w..
visitors to meet the !*[
BXperionOS their civ dual.
She also will report
histonc first direct public
transportation link between
Egypt and Israel
Special Event Set at Temple Israel
Rabbi Brett Goldstein will
discuss Who Will Be for I
dunng the Famil) Shabbat
Experience at Temple Israel of
dreater Miami, this Fnday at P
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Members of the Temple Youth
(iroup will lead a creative
worship service, and meml>ers of
Religious School grades 5
through B will participate in the
choir
I)r Norman Cohen
Hebrew I'nion Collegi -.K.
Institute of Religion la. ult) will
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(ireenfield lecture Series at
Temple Israel on Sund.r.
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Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center recently dedicated its
surgical floor waiting room in honor of the late Harold A.
Landfield Mrs. Harold (Jeanl Landfield. left, a resident of the
Palm Bay Club, helped dedicate the area with John H O'S'eil.
Jr., president of Cedars' board of directors.
Temple Samu-El Services
Student* of the gimmel class
will be honored at Shabbat
services Friday night. Jan 25. at
Temple Samu-Kl
The students, as a part of
gimmel class Shabbat will
conduct the services and sponsor
theOneg Shabbat
Additionally congregants will
be invited to \ isit the classrooms
at Open School Night
Kiligious school teachers will be
to explain the
and to answer
regarding the
program of Temple
on hand
curriculum
quest ions
educational
Samu K.I
S-rvices begin at 8 15 p.m at
the synagogue, which is located
on the second floor ol the Capital
Bank Building
Shabbat morning services
l>egin at 9 am
Participants at a Yiddish reception this month, sponsored
bx the Israel Histadrut Foundation in conjunction
utth the Coordinating Committee of Yiddish Culture
Groups, were Ifrom left) Dr Sol Stein, national IHF
president. Joseph Mlotek of- \ew York, national
educational director of the Workmen's Circle; and Morris
Fisher, chairman of the brunch. The eient launched a
special fund for the preservation of the Golden Chain of
Yiddish Culture, which will support "Die Goldene Kelt."
the quarterly Yiddish literary magazine published by
Histadrut in Israel. Distribution also will be made to two
other Yiddish publications. "Yiddisher Kemfer" and
Zukunft."
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The Jewish Community Center
of South Dade is offering a series
of nutrition classes for people
interested in knowing more about
natural foods.
Participants will learn how to
make healthy foods taste as
good as junk foods."
Classes may be attended
monthly (first Monday of the
monthl and or weekly. The
weekly classes will concentrate
on how to make positive changes
in one's diet The first Monday of
the month, cooking preparation
and sampling of healthy foods
will be emphasized.
Registration should be made at
the South Dade JCC. There b a
fee
Classes begin on Monday. Jan
21. and will continue for four
months.
Jean Stapleton. the Edith
Bunker of TV's "All in the
Family.' will appear in
Pulitzer Prue-u inner George
Kelly's comedy. "Daisy
Mavme." Tuesday. Jan. 22.
through Saturday. Feb. 2.. at
the Miami Beach Theater of
the Performing Arts. Miss
Stapleton / ill be seen fa the
title role, an extroverted
spinster u hose infectious
giggle contributes to the
disruption of an en-
tire household u hile i.oving a
practical. hard-u orking
bachelor.
Sisterhood Lunch
Temple Menorah Sisterhood is
holding its annual luncheon.
Stairway to the Stars.'
Tuesday. Jan 29, at noon, at the
CanlUm Hotel. Miami Bench
Entertainment will feature
Distant Shores, an international
singing and dancing musical
revue.
Paid reservations must be in
by Friday. Jan 28 Information
is tvnilable from chairperson.
Khoda Cieist or the Temple office
'Economic War'
Against Iran
Kabbi Simcha Freedman of
Temple Adath Yeshurun. North
Miami Beach, will declare
economic war" against the
Ayotollah Khomeini at services
at 8:15 pm
The Bat Mitzvah of Patti
Jacobskind also will take place
and then the congregation will be
invited for refreshments
Hebrew School Teacher
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Salary negotiable Call 961
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The number of mid winter weddings will soon overtake the
mure traditional June-to August nuptials which have hitherto
held the spotlight, and as form follows function' fashion
follows trends, and holiday glitter now vies with bridal finery
with attractive ads for china, silver and all the accouterments
which attend the joining in wedlock of two people
Covering our area on the North, the Fast, the South and the
West, the following are just a smidgin of those who said their
vows, starting new lives in a new decade, frequently in a new-
location the former Lottie Strahl and Herbert Robins; Marilyn
and Abraham Wien. the bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Reisel: Kay. daughter of Ben and Garnett Friedman,
now Mrs Dominic Ciancielli. the newlyweds have set up home in
New York City
Ken Wilder and Gail Wright chose Jan. 5 for that important
day and then left for a week's honeymoon; Dr. Fred Herman.
on of Mr and Mrs Morris M. Herman, and bride Minette.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Michael Gold of Roslyn. NY.
Also Rachel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff.
and Marshall Spear; Mrs. Pauline Levick s granddaughter,
Andrea Harris, to Daniel Shofsky; Caryn Rochelle, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kotler. and Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs
Irving Dulxiff. Shelly Lor to Steven, son of Jules and Rae
Pinrus.
And Karen Leigh Klein and William F. Todman of Scars-
dale. N Y.. and Palm Beach The new Mrs Todman is the
daughter of Dr and Mrs Howard L. Klein, of Memphis, Tenn..
and granddaughter of localites Melvin and Fan Litch. The
bridegroom is the son of the late TV producer. William F.
Todman. of the Goodson-Todman Production Co School-day
sweethearts, the young couple will live in Los Angeles. Calif
Beaux Arts, the University of Miami Lowe Art Museum's
original support group, has set the weekend of March 7 to 9 for
il v annual Art Festival. The work of several hundred artists wdl
be displayed in the special setting of the Museum's grounds and
will include paintings, sculpture, photography, ceramics and
crafts There will also be children s art classes, musical enter
lainment. international foods as well as a beer and wine garden.
.\|s<> scheduled for early March is Variety Children's
Hospital Second Annual President s Ball in the Omni Inter
national Ballroom Glamorous movie star Elizabeth Taylor, now
i he wife of Sen John Warner w ill again be the guest of honor at
the atfair
Two ke> -taffers of United Family and Children's Services
are defecting this month and will be doing a bit of traveling
Mrs Natalie Slafkes. whose husband retired late last year, will
now be able 'to see more of the world with him. and Mrs
I -u lie Klai/km. South Dade L'nit director, is heading for New
York so that her daughter Karen will be able to pursue her
studies in the performing arts
It was happy birthday for Sarah Brout in December, and
spouse Albert T feted her at a joyous get together for relatives
and friends at the Grist Mill But Al had something else up his
sleeve for Sarah n surprise 24-day cruise to Mexico and
Hawaii aboard the Royal Viking Sky from Los Angeles
Pad. Circuit Judge Edward S Klein and wife Wilma are
.. I<-brating twin silver anniversaries this month. Their 25 years
! wedded bliss coincide with the quarter of a century which the
judge has been driving his venerable 1955 Chevrolet Overcome
with emotion, the judge admits that for nostalgic reasons we II
go for a drive in the Chevvy on our anniversary-
Naomi and Murray Sarlin recently attended the opening
ceremonies for a new building at the Tel Aviv University To be
known as in. Chaim Rosenberg School of Jewish Studies, the
edifice is dedicated to the memory- of Mrs. Sarbn's father
Ralph Renick. vice president for news Wometco Enter-
prises and Channel 4 news director, has been reelected to the
Board ol Directors. Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged, for a two-year term
Everything was indeed beautiful at the Women s Cancer
League of Miami Beach annual luncheon early in January at the
Fontoinebleau-Hilton Hotel
Starting with Saks Fifth Avenues fashion show ex-
trnvttganaa The Beautiful You. the 1.200 women who at
tended honored Polly De Hirsch Meyer, and perennial sup
porter Mrs Robert Z (NancyI Greene, who topped her
11.iditional annual donation in honor of the late Samuel Gertner.
Mount Sinai executive vice president, who recently passed
away.
K.u h year, this fund raising luncheon helps raise thousands
oi dollars. Since its formation 2 i years ago. more than $2 million
dollars has been raised to support the care of cancer patients at
MiHint Sinai Medical Center ________________.
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun will sponsor a
mother-daughter fashion show
luncheon Sunday. Feb 17. at
noon
The fashion show will be run
by Weinberger's Ladies Apparel
and Merry do Round Children's
Wear. Hairstyles will be by
Maurice of Montreal with en-
tertainment by Las Vistas
Choraleers
A donation is required
The Sisterhood will hold its
regular general meeting Wed-
nesday. Feb. 20. at 8 p rr. at 1025
NE Miami Gardens Drive. North
Miami Beach Women only are
in\ited to attend. The program
will be Sex and Sexuality with
guest speaker Dr Ronald
Bergman, clinical psychologist
who is also host of a program on
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The Konover Hotel on Miami Beach, for the second strmigh'
year, is hosting the Greater Miami International Film Festival
through Jan. 27 Film representatives from all over the world are I
participating in this 10-day historic film event, which is topped
off with an Awards Banquet on Friday. Jan. 25, at 7:30 p.m.
Among those in attendance are Brooke Shield. Charles Darning.
Joae Ferrer. Elliot Gould. John Frankenbeimer. Robert Wise'
Rudy Durand. Mel Ferrer and Stephen Young.
Dr. Harry Orlmaky. one of the world's outstanding Bible!
scholars and professor of Bible at the New York School of
Hebrew Union College, will speak at the University of Miami on [
Thursday. Jan 24. at 8 p.m. in Brockwav Lecture Hall of the
'"Hto G. Richter Library. He will discuss "Male-Oriented
Language in the New Translations of the Bible.'' The lecture.
sponsored by the university's Judaic Studies program, is open
to the public without charge
Nikki Beare. Miami community leader and businesswoman.
is one of 2.100 delegates to the White House Conference on
Small Business which was held in Washington Jan 13-17. The
delegates ire responsible for producing an agenda for federal
small-buainesa policies for the decade of the 1980s.
Junior Achievement of Greater Miami. Inc.. will be
celebrating National Junior Achievement Week Jan 20-26 by
hosting an open house in each of four local J A centers
Once again the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach is
Sounding the Bell'- to herald the coming of its annual fund-
raising luncheon in the Konover Hotel on Wednesday. Feb. 6.
Prise* will be drawn, including a trip to Israel for two for eleven
days and nine nights
More stop smoking" clinics are on the rise in Dade I
County. Mt. Sinai Hospital, in cooperation wir.h the American I
Cancer Society, will offer its first program of 1980 beginning I
Jan. 28 and conrfhuing through Jan 29. 30. 31. Feb 4. and 11.
The group will meet from 7-8:30 p.m. There is no charge but I
advance registration is requested.
Airman Charlea Baum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Baum of
Miami Beach, has been assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, jj
Texas, after completing Air Force basic training Airman Baum I
il a 1978 graduate of Miami Beach High
School. _____
Nominations are now being accepted for one of theft
states highest cultural honors, the Governor's Awards for the 1:
Arts. Secretary of Stale George Firestone announced The-
annual awards honor Flondians who have made the most sig t
nifk-ant contributions to the state's cultural growth
Theater in Miami, a lecture series examining the plays
tH'ing presented by the Players State Theater this season, will
offer an in depth analysis of Jean Baptist* PoqueJin's play.
The Imaginary Invalid, which is currently appearing at the
Playhouse The free lecture will be given by Dr. Marie Vargas,
who earned her degree in literature at the Sorbonne. in the
library at Kennedy Hall on the Biscayne College Campus on
Thursday evening. Jan. 24.
''California Reich." a film that takes a chilling look at the
Nazi Party in California, will be shown Wednesday evening, j
Jan. 30, at Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
All merchandise and services donated to WPBT Channel j
2's auction are tax deductible and merchants receive on-air'
recognition when their item comes up for bids. To donate any
merchandise for public television, phone 949-2241.
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In its fifth of the current series
of weekly events. The Yivo
Forum of Greater Mismi will
present s lecture on Whet is
Yiddishkeit?"
The speaker. Yehudah Elberg.
a survivor of the Holocaust, is a
Yiddish novelist and short story
writer and a contributor to The
Jewish Daily Forward. He has
received a number of literary
awards both here and abroad
The lecture will take place
W sdnssday, Jan 30. at 8 p m at
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach
Pinski Club
Program
The coming Onag Shahb.
the David Pinski Club il
scheduled for Friday. Jan 25.
7 10 p.m., at the Ida Fisher
School cafeteria. Miami Beach
The cultural and musical
program will feature I. l^asavin.
author and correspondent of the
finish Forward, whose subject
w ill be. The Misinterpretation of
Autonomy by the Arabs and
Israel"
Cantor Jacob Spanglet. ac-
companied by Paul Yanovsky.
will entertain with a group of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs
Selections from Yiddish
literature will be read by Mrs. S
Fogelgam
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited
Sam Cohens Wed 65 Years
A unique service will take place st Beth Kodesh Synagogue
Friday. Jan 25. at 8:15 pm
In the midst of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren
and friends. Mr and Mrs Sam Cohen will celebrate their fath
wedding anniversary with a reconsecrstion ceremony conducted
by Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor I^eon Segal.
Herbert Cole, son of Mr and Mrs. Ssm Cohen, will chant
the entire service and their son. Seymour Cohen, will be the
guest speaker on the subject From Generation to Generation
A reception will follow in the auditorium after the sen.
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Hotttymoorurt Mr and Mrs Roy Mishan of Miami /> u iust
before sailing on a two wamh holiday cruise to the M'. il
and South America Mrs Mishan is thedaunhterof.lt. Igi
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Ingagements
Diamond Baumann
Dr and Mrs. LeRoy Diamond of North Miami bujj. Tu .
B,ach announce the engagement of their l^m lhe UmvKv "S^SES "2 n,duaUjd
lighter Heidi, to M,chad D B.um.nn. on of 5^7 f ". *
Mr and Mrs. Stan Baumann of South Miami. 6
Ms Diamond is a graduate of the University of An August weddin is P|anned
Mr and Mrs Israel I) Shapiro of Atlanta and Gordon, the son of Rose and Samuel Gordon of
M ami Beach announce the engagement of their Suffem, NY. is president of Pineland Industries,
laughter, Leah Shapiro Klein, to George Gordon consultant-, for apparel management, design and
Little Kerry. N.J. manufacturing Wigtown in New York.
M-mbers of the Jewish
'. men's Political Caucus of
uth Florida will be
ussing and implementing
^rams for issues such as
F.qual Rights Amendment
ratification, quality child care
working parents,
issistance for displaced
ikers, and social and
ilth services for elderly
men, according to Ruth
s' ick, president The group
meet on Sunday, Jan. 27,
if I p.m. at the Stichael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
' nter Think tank groups
ill be led by Brenda Shapiro
md members of the board of
Urectors.
Flea Market
The annual flea market and
auction of Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Shoiom of Greater Miami
Mill be held on Sunday. Feb 10.
thinning at 10 a.m.
The auction will take place at 1
p m
Chairman of the project is Mrs.
I-eon Kaplan. Mra. David Moms
'isterhood president.
Proceeds from the event will go
t<> the benefit of Beth Sholom's
vhool for Living Judiasm
Stephen Wise
Hadassah to Meet
Nexl regular meeting of the
Stephen s Wiae Chapter of
tiadaaaah will take puce on
Monde) Feb I, at noon at the
tmartre Hotel
Hadassah and Youth Ah-
will be the subject presented bj
% guesi speaker. Mrs ,la\ lYaffal
Dermer. nibs Vates, preaidi
will preside. Musk will bfl
provided by Mary UchiteL
More information is available
at the region office.
Young Israel
'Feast'
I he Sisterhood of the Young
Israel ,.| (ireater .Miami will
m sponsor a 'Kosher Italian Feast
on Sunday. Jan 27. at the
Synagogue social hall. North
Miami Beach
A spaghetti dinner will be
d between ->t i and ~ p m
v donation I
Israel Mezzo-Soprano
To Sing Here Jan. 31
Israeli mezzo-soprano Zehava
tial will perform in concert
Thursdav evening, Jan. 31. in
Deakter Auditorium of Beth
Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach
Ms Gal's appearance here will
be the second of three "Young
Concert Artists Series'' pre-
sented under the joint auspices of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida and Beth Torah
Congregation.
Ms. Gal's engagements include
appearances with the Israeli
Philharmonic under Zubin
Mehta. thePittsburghSymphony
under Fduardo Mato and the
Berlin Philharmonic under Daniel
Barenboim and Herbert
YonKarajon
She was a winner of the 1979
Young Concert Artists Inter-
national Auditions, the Grand
Prise and Darius Miehand Prize
of the 197" Concours Inter-
national de Chout de Paris, and
the tligheat pri/es of the 1978
Munich International Vocal
Competition
The .Yen York TUnei has
written that Ms Gal "ap-
proaches her program with con-
centrated intensity, applying a
rich assortment of vocal and
verbal nuancee (andI sang
with flair and intelligence and
with exemplary conviction and
control "
Zehava Gals program will
include selections from Franz
Joseph Haydn. Hugo Wolf.
Gabriel Foure and Manuel de
Falla She will be accompanied by
pianist Laurence Shrobacs.
Miami Heart Institute recently elected officers of the medical
staff. Seated (left to right) they are Syh an A Si hotx, M l> ,
Si i retary; Jerome A. Raim. MI), vice president and Burton I)
Levin, M I), president.
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There is limited seating and
tickets are still available for this
single performance and for the
rest of the series They can be
purchased at the Michael-Ann
Hussell Jewish Community
Center. North Miami Beach, and
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach
Hadassah
Garage Sale
The Chai chapter of Hadassah
will hold a garage sale Sunday,
Feb I. from 10 am. to dusk at
17490 NE 6th Ave North Miami
Beach.
All proceeds from the event
will go to Hadassah Hospital in
Jerusalem.
New and used merchandise
donated by Hadassah members
and local merchants will be of-.
fered for sale.
Board and committee members of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division gathered to hear Israeli attorney
Jules Fox (second from left) keynote the recent leadership
parlor meeting at the Miami Beach home of Bunny Adler
(right). On hand to welcome Fox were Mikki Futernick tleft).
Women's Division campaign chairman, and Helene Berger
(second from right). Women's Division president. The event
uas held on behalf of the Federation's WHO Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
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jlTCOUBT
Russell Calls for New '79 Bonds Sales Top $17 Million -ij
Life Nominees
Robert Russell, chairman of
the State of Israel Bonds New
Life Dinner, to be held March 10
at the Konover Hotel, has called
for community nominations for
those to be honored with the
newly created award
According to Russell, the New
Life Award will be presented to
six men or women who have
distinguished themselves in
industry or commerce, philan-
thropy medical sciences, the arts
or education, and who suffered
through the horror* of the
Holocaust and were reborn into a
new life in the United States.
*'l am asking the community
to search their minds and think
closely about who should receive
these high honors. Nominations All nominations should be
will be accepted until Feb. 8. sent, as soon as possible, to
when a special selection com- Robert Russell, c o Israel Bond
mittee will make the final Office. 2301 Collins Ave I.M24I
decisions." he said Miami Beach. Florida. 33139.
Knights of Pythias 'Night in Israel'
Israel Bonds sales in South
Florida have topped 117.8 million
for the year 1979. a record in the
last six years. The only year
which saw higher figures was
1973. the year of the Yom Kippur
War
The announcement was made
by Gary R (Jerson. general
campaign chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization
(Jerson praised South
Flondians for their continued and
unyielding support of Israel
through the Bonds program
This community traditionally-
backed Israel in war and will now
stand behind the Jewish State as
she experiences peace with
Egypt." Gerson declared
(ierson said that the 1 campaign emphasizes the Billon
Dollar Economic Development
for Peace Loan which will be used
exclusivch to help build up the
N.g\ desert with installations.
housing and industry formerly
locatt-d in the Sinai area, now
returned to Egypt.
Bonds Sets 'Gatsby' Night
Robert Russell
An evening with a Roaring
Twenties and Great Gatsby
theme has been scheduled by the
New Leadership of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization,
according to Wally Berman.
chairman of the event
Berman said that the Gatsby
Night" will be held Sunday. Feb.
10. at 4 p.m. at the Morley
Estate. 1581 BnckeJI Ave. and
will be a f uive evening to
benefit Israel and the Israel
Bonds Program.
The New Leadership group is
composed of young area
residents who have a deep and
committed concern for the
economic development of Israel
and for moral and financial
support of Israel's economy. '
Berman declared, and we feel
that to combine our concern with
an elegant evening affair, is a
perfect combination.'
An Affair to Remember' as
the evening is called, will have a
beige and white color scheme and
participants are expected to come
in dress of the flapper era A
Dixieland Jazz Hand will provide
entertainment, along with a
gourmet buffet and other special
treats
Berman is president of the
Financial Architect Corporation.
He has been active in Jewish
communal service with the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the Israel Bonds
Organization and B'nai H'rith
For the last decade, he has been
in the insurance and pension
business.
The Knights of Pythias George
Gershwin Lodge 196 will hold its
annual Night in Israel on behalf
of the State of Israel Bonds
Organization at 8:45 p.m., Feb. 4,
in the Surfside Community
Center. 9301 Collins Ave
William Sheldon, the lodges
chancellor commander. will
receive the Israel Scroll of Honor,
recognizing his efforts on behalf
of Israel and his support of
Israel's economy.
Leonard Zilbert. Jewish
communal leader, will be guest
speaker
South Shore Development
Urged By Joseph Nevel
Federal Information 'Hot Line'
Florida this week became the
first state in the nation in which
all residents may use a toll-free
telephone number to call a federal
government information center
for information about federal
agencies, programs and services
In Miami, the federal in-
formation center telephone
number is 350-4155.
The president of the Civ ic
League of Miami each one of
the city's oldest community
organizations says "a sheer
disaster would ensue, not only for
the city at large, but for the
residents of that area if the
South Shore Kedevelopment
program is not enacted
Joseph Nevel. Beach business
executive and vice president for
governmental affairs of the
Beach Chamber of Commerce,
made the statement in a message
written for publication in the
January edition of the (. u
Leantn Yea v the organization s
monthly newsmagazine
Nevel said. "If our developer
Remember your
grandchildren and
be remembered
by them
eachHanukah
were to be thwarted in the
current redevelopment program,
and the area was thrown open to
pn\ ate developers, heker skelter,
a sheer disaster would ensue .
There would be no relocation
benefits or rental subsidies!
Tenants would be thrown to the
wolves' Property owners would
have no additional relocation
benefits over and aliove fair
market value and who is to My
how market \alues would
plummet downwards in a >outh
Botch area deserted by our city
administration and by the
world s major financial in
stitutions as represented through
our Redevelopment AgflafJ
di \eloper''
Nevel. who is a longtime
leader >f numerous religious and
civic groups, urged members of
the Civk League to take a
leading role in securing voter
approval of the redevelopment
referendum on the March 11
ballot as an expression of true
concern for all its citizens
The Civic league was among
the first of more than a dozen
organizations to announce formal
support for passage of the
cityw.de vote on South Shore
which will appear on the ballot on
the same dale as the March 11
presidential preferential
primaries for the Democratic and
Republican parties
Beth Moshe Midrash Is Lecture Subject
Im
by establishing a
Histadrut
HanukahGiit
Trust
sponsored by the
Israel
Histadrut Foundation
A SI.250 Endowment will provide
A $100 check to your Grandchildren
I tea Hanukah for 20 years on your behalt
You may create a Hanukah Gift Trust now.
or through a bequest in your Will
There is no finer way to remind your
grandchildren ot their marvelous Jewish heritage.
and your love for them and for Israel
Israel
Histadrut Foundation
420 Lincoln Road. Sort* If*.
Miami Beecn. FL 33139
Gentlemen 306VM1 7f
I am interested in finding nut more about the
HISTADRUT HAM KAH GIFT TRl ST
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Services
Eighty-six families who have
affiliated with Temple Beth
Moshe during the past year will
be honored rn Friday evening.
Jan 26
They will receive a certificate
of consecration at the worship
vn. ice and will be the guests of
the Temple at a special Sabbath
dinner preceeding the service
The officer-, and members of
the board of directors will join the
newly consecrated members for
dinner.
Temple Reth Tov Sisterhood
will hold a prize games night
Sunday. Jan 27, 7 30 p.m. at
the temple
Prizes, merchandise, coffee and
cake will be available.
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will present the llth
program m its Greenfield Lecture
Series in the temple sanctuary.
Miami, on Sunday Jan 27. at 10
am
The speaker will be Dr
Norman J Cohen, professor of
Midrash at Heorew i nion
College- Jewish Institute of
Religion
Hil subject will be Midrash
The Language of Jewish SuT
vival
Tic nets will be available at the
door
r.
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woRkeR fOR the state of IsRael
Pinchas Crusso
on his 90th birthday
You will ba entertained b) the ever popular couple
Sara and Ohaim Fershko
Jan. 31, 1980 1p.m. 1234 Washington A-
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Special Shabbat Service
Hated at Temple Menorah
|A ipecieJ Shabbat ha been
Inned for the parents and
dren of the Aleph Class of
npk Menorah on Friday, Jan
The children and the parents
participate in the Shabbat
Kabbi Mayer
ramowit7. spiritual leader of
Menorah. will welcome
families at a traditional
hbat dinner in the CrtnuuB
>m Parents, teachers and
dnn will celebrate with aOBg
prayar
children, under the
it ion of Norma Robinowiu
by and Rabbi Nathan
k will present a Cantata
It led "I'pon Three Things.'
rking the commencement of
Hebrew studies.
he highlight of the program
be the responsive singing by
m rents signifying a com-
|ient to their children's
imowkl will emphasize this
mitment in his Bannon, Life
lucation
t'itt of miniature Torahs will
Trip to Israel
u t>i> i and Mr- Simcha
Iman t Templt Adath
ad a trip to
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be made to each consecrant by
the parents association The
evening will conclude with an
(Ittag Shabbat for the families
Children to be honored are
ku iuai- Samuel B*j*r Davtd
I'on Imt\* Krpi IVblM* KthkmaO
~-l Finkel. Micha*l H*rcbr(t
. i.. K. :inUl Kruff Bmt
ljurj- Wend) I f tan. I.irf ljuarui
Ijpnrr Lia Lurtfarlrr. Mario
Maya l * Jill Koarnstrin Pavld
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Hadar .\fizrachi
Hadar Chapter of American
Murachi \N omen will meet
Thursday. Feb 7. at noon at
Washington Sa\ ings \ Loan
\-*ociation at 1132 Kane
Concourse. Hal Harbour
Miriam Gish will review the
book. The ./. .. Today Refresh
ment will be served

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executiii
li. r..' ( hark $ McC. M .*' S
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B'nai B'rith Lecture
The next regular meeting ol
H'nai H nth Harmon> Lodge
J4n,l will be held on Monday.
Jan 28, at S p m in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
639 NE 161 Street
Speaker for the avaning *iU be
l>r Harry Waiabargar, wboM
topic will be "The Miauaa of
Medication b> the Flderly The
Problems and the Solutions
l>r Wetsberger has served asa
the \nt i Defamation
1 eagw Hi- ia formet head ol the
ipeakera bureau foi the Instil
lor the Stud) ol the Vging
I'niverait) ol M ami. program
chairman tor the South Florida
Council ol H nai H nth lodgea
and co chairman and aataCUtiva
committee matnbai ol the Florida
region ol the And IVfamation
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ECONOMIC
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Celebrating the #60 Million Year
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Jewish Daily Forward
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Devoted to discussion ot themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
Under the auspices ol the RABBI EDWIN FARBER
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May Fortune Telling Disappear
BvKAHBIDK. NATHAN H
ZWITMAN
Temple Tifereth Jacob
\M the month ol Januan,
I approaches its closing days, it is
[gratifying to ma to m that the
annual surge of prediction! in the
Iprrss and on television was far
I weaker this year than last year
|when 1 joined a concerted effort
Mop this practice in our
Community.
Fortune telling and predicting
M future are condemned in the
hole. It is classed with eating
food as an abomination t (iod
/..i itieui 19 96
Only (iod knows the future, so
lat anyone claiming to know the
iture is claiming u> be (iod. and
iat is idolatry
We must not confuse
i-dicting with prophesying The
vo practices are as different as
orshiping idols is from wor-
liping (iod The fragment of
phecy which is mistaken for
i-diction is completely over-
lelmed by the Prophets
)ndemnation of evil and cry for
|stuc By condemnation and
iiral suasion thev sought to
tide Israel to nobler living
\n\ foretelling of events b)
i< i'rophets was Divinel) in
|rad and 100 percent parfacl
*i not t'l tO 50 percent gWUBQg
ill.- bj oothnayera who m
Kivated b) the theme ot profits
p not Propheta
I'lic tragedv which l>efell King
If I who listened to the
[sraelite Center
Rabbi Solomon II Walden-
prg, spiritual leader of the
iraelite Center Temple, will
lew lit, Yeahwa b) Chain-
irde al the late Friday evening
ui on Jan 25 al s 15 p m
|An Ones Shabbal will follow
r\ ices All are welcome
soothsayer of F.ndor should stand
as sufficient warning to our being
templed to depend on fortune
telling and predictions Mav this
forbidden practice disappear
from our midst
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Bo
BO When the Ixjrd saw that Pharaoh's heart was still har-
dened, He sent a plague of locusts followed by one of pitch
blackness which darkened Fgypt for three days
Then (iod sent the last and most awful plague of all. That
night, every first-born of every Egyptian family died.
Only the homes of the Israelites were untouched, for Moses
had instructed the people to mark their doorposts with the blood
of the lamb
Terrified. Pharaoh summoned Moses and Aaron.
'Leave Egypt!" he cried. "Worship your Lord, as you have
requested Take your flocks and your herds, and go!"
Thus did the Children of Israel finally leave the land of
bondage They had no time to allow the bread they were baking
to rise. They took the unleavened dough with them.
And Moses said "When the Lord shall bring you to a land
flowing with milk and honey, then must you observethe feast of
Passover during this month; for seven days shall you eat
unleavened bread, or matzot And when your children ask.
What do you mean by this service?" you shall answer. 'It is the
Passover service to the Ird. for He passed over the houses of
the Israelites when He struck down the Egyptians." (Exodus
10 I 13 161
i Tli* recounting ol the Weekly Portion ot the Law is extracted and based
upon "The Graphic History ot the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Wollman
Tumir, SIS. published by Shenqold The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane New York. N Y 10031. Joseph Schlanq is president ol the society
distributing the volume

Bar
Mitzvah
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Candlelighting
Time

sill V \

DAVID SCOTT COLE
I i,i\ nl Scot! Cole son <>f I>r
.mil Mrs Sanford Cole, will be
called t" the Torah as Bar
\tit,'\.ih Saturday Ian
a m u Beth I '.in id
Congregation where Kabbi Sol
l..ini!.ui and ('antor \\ illiam
I ipson w ill officiate
I >.i\ ui ;- graduate ol
\m I >.i\ >,-i. a a
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honors program.
lb .it tends Beth Da\ id
Keligious School David's in-
wits include wood-working
projei ts, baseball and wall
sport- He excels in water skiing
Mr- Cole will host the
k idd ."" ing sen ices \
liri n< i party will be
lav ,u .' H: p.ni il
Speci Hall w
-ui- ill celebn
S| guests include I r and
Mrs Frank Feldn ind
I >i and Mrs rhomas
Kii \li and Mrs St \ en
Iman, I >r Dennis Feldman,
I ampa l la tunl and uncli -
.iii*i Mi and Mrs Milton Sab in,
\\ ay side N .1
At Beth Sholom
I'rot Seymour I.iebman.
historian and author, will speak
,it the monthly Brotherhood
breakfast at Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach, on
Sunday, .Jan 27, at 10:30a.m.
TREES OF LIFE
For Dignified Fund-raising
Ove' 52 years enpenence in furnishing all
kinds ol Bronze and Aluminum Tablets
| Memorials. Donor Plates. Trees ol Lite Awards
, Portrait Tablets Letters Testimonials.
Dedicatory Tablets. Original Sculpture. Etc.
Send lor (ree caiaiog or can
UNITED STATES BRONZE
& ALUMINUM CORP.
1065 E 28th St. Hiaieah, Ra 33013
836-2880 or 836-2908
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Fla 33137 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlll,
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E Fiagier Si Mum, Fia MiJI 379
4SS3 SaoDi Ltwii I Bogags D"ctO'
a HeOrew Congragation
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OP AMERICA
S N M.air, Bead Fia
33'6r 947 6094 Rabb' DevirfB Salt? "an
aiacutiva Oi'as to*
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz lleftl. vice president of the
Hebrew University and former ambassador to the United
States from Israel, presents Senator John Warner with an
award in absentia for his wife Elizabeth Taylor Warner at
the National Scopus Award Dinner held on Jan 13 at the
Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach for the American Friends of
the Hebrew University.
Moadon Ivri to Honor Soshuk
Moadon Ivri, Hebrew Cultural
(iroup of South Florida, will hold
it s annual banquet luncheon
Ikosherl at the Hotel Konover on
Sunday. Feb. 10. at 12.30p.m.
On this occasion, celebrating
the 100th anniversary of the
renaissance of spoken Hebrew,
the Maodon Ivri will also honor
Levi Soshuk who has devoted his
entire professional life 50 years
to teaching Hebrew in the New
York City public high schools
(Abraham Lincoln HSi
Sishuk has directed Hebrew
speaking children's camps such
as Camp Achvah and Camp
Kindervelt. For i 5 sears he was a
leading force in the Camp Kamah
mov ement.
Nov. a resident of Miami.
Soshuk serves as Hebrew-
educational consultant to
Temple Beth Shalom He also
serves as vice president Central
Agency tor .Jewish F.ducation.
Reservations mav be made by
writing to ,1 Koenigsberg, 100
Lincoln Koad. apt 1242. Miami
Beach.33139
Topf to Speak
Sam B Topi president of the
Greater Miami Chapter.
American Technion Society, will
he the featured speaker at a
breakfast meeting ol the Temple
Beth Sholom Men's Club in
Hollywood on Sundav morning.
.Jan. 27
Synagogue Listings
TEMPLE BETH AM
'SO N Kendall Drive
Sooth Miami- 46' 5517
Dr Herbert
Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefitr. Associate Rabbi
Family Service
Friday. Jan 25 7 30 p m
Rabbi Stuart G Wembiatt
will speak on
' Some Heroes lor Today
Torah Service Saturday Jan
at n 15 am
26
BETH DAVID
Miami s Historic
Conservative Conqregation
Dr Soi l .indau Stanley R Gerstem
R.ibb Assistant Rabbi
Hanan Wm W Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Phone 154-3*11 Daily Services
Morning and E veninq
CoralWay Main SaiKtuarv
Saturday morning ,i m
Beth David
South Dade Campus '500 SW 120th St
Lat,. Shabbat Even,no, Serv ices
Friday Night 8pm
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1 545 Jelierson Ave Miami Beach
Dr EphraimF Mandelcorn Rabbi
Saul H Breeh. Cantor
Late Friday Services Ipm
Saturday morninq Services
I 30 a m
Daily Services 5 30 p m
Services conducted by
_______Cantor Saul H Breeh
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chasi Avenue at 41st St
Or LeonKronish 538 "3' Liberal
Cantor David Con. isi
Friday 8 '5 p m
Dr LeonKronish
will speak on
Live Toqeth,
Perish
BETH KODE SH
Modern Traditional 858 6331
"0i SW I2th Ave
Rabbi Mat Shapiro Cantor Leon Scqa
Rose Berlin Enecutive Secretary
Daily Mmyon tor Yahneiten
Daily 7: s am 4 5 30 pm
Late Friday Evening Service 8 15 pm
TEMPLE ZION
Conservative
000 Miller Drive Phone 271 2311
Dr Norman N Shapiro, Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
lAvron Smolensky Musical Director
Janet Stone Early Childhood Director
Dorothy H Grant Enecutive Director
Thursday, Jan 24. 7 a.m Minyan
Teitler Chapel Friday. Jan 25. 1:1]
pm. Sabbath Evening Services. Dr
Norman N Shapiro will officiate and
speak on the topic. "Can Religion Be
Reduced to a Single Word'' Cantor Ben
Dickson will chant the liturgy Choir
II perform under the direction of
Avron Smolensky Saturday, Jan 26.
a m Sabbath Services Bat Mitivah
Rochelle Halpern daughter ol Dr
Barry and Sheila Halpem Sunday. Jan
27. 7 30 pm. Theatre Guild Social
Hall Monday. Jan 21. 7.30 p.m USY
Social Hall 7 30 p.m Kadima youth
:enfer 7 30 p.m.. Theatre Guild
emple Tuesday. Jan 2 I p.m..
Sisterhood general meeting social hall.
Wednesday. Jan 30. 7:30 p m
arent Teacher meeting early
hiidhood school Berman
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Wastlinqton Av
538 250)
Coni
Dr Irving Lehrman Rabbi
Zvi Adlor Canto'
Friday evening serv ice 8 30 p n
Rabbi Ma*''ii B< i qi-r
will preach on
Not Who' What'
Saturday morninq service i a rr
ETH TORAH 47 7521
^CONGREGATION Conservativi
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
Dr Ma> A Lipschiti Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Bar Mitivah of
CraigKaler
and David Weiss
TEMPLE JUDEA
500 Granada Blvd Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B Eisenstat Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
Religious
Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 576-4000
/caooiniroMssociafion Office


Page 12-B
Public Notices
in tmt circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit in and foh
oaoe county, florida
C*e No T ttll-FC-04
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
ADOPTION OF
A MINOR
by
JOHNNY A ESTEVEZ
PETITIONER
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Morris McCool
PO. Box 94
Welling, Ok I 7447 1
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action lor the adoption of
minor ha* been filed herewith
and you are required lo serve a
cop) of your written objection.
.1 MS to it on BRIAN H
BRODY, attorney for
PeUUoner, whose address is
83.1 NE 167 St N Miami
Betti h PI 331*3 <>n or hefore
February .' I9M .in.1 file the
original with the clerk of this
t either t" I c on
I'elitioner or immediately
thereafter otherwise a default
will 1 against you for
the relief ilemanded in the
!'H i\ |'tilion
W IT\ ESS my hand and the
ill on January
17 IUMI
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk ol the Court
Bv \ Barkle)
AsDeput> Clerk
i'MJH Ian g. Feb 1 H, 15. 10*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number ao-iot
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
HELENE STEFANOWICZ
known as
HELENE STEVENS
ased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
u.l. PERSONS Haviv;
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
\ UN3T THE Altm E
ESTATE AND U.I. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Y NOTIFIED that the *d
ministration of the estate of
HELENE STEFANOWICZ
known as HELENE
STE\ ENS dei M4Hl Filr
Numbei JO-101 U (..ending in
the Clrcuil tor Pade
Count) Florida Pr
on the address 01 which
\v Flagler street Miami
Florida HIM The personal
.....-'.ate Is
LOU S Rons whose address Is
reel Miami Reach
Florida Mm The name and
addras* o| ihe personal
representative's attorney are
Ml forth below
All prn.ni> luwng claims or
1-m.uids against the estate are
required within THRKh
MONTHS FROM THE PATE
Ol THE FIRST IMR1.KA
TION OK THIS NOTICE lo Mr
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
slated If the claim is con
tingenl or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
drlivrr 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
jectlons they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will the qualifies
lions of the personal represen-
taUve. or the venue or juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
F1I.F.P WILL BE FOREVER
HARRED
Pate of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan. 28 1M0
LOUS ROSS
As Personal Representative of
the
Estate ofHelene Stefanowlct
Pecaased
also known as
HE!>:NE STEVENS
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESEN
TATIVE
HENRY M WAITZKIN
TOO 71st Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33141
Telephone 80&-O3&3
0*434 Jan Feb 1. imo
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
(iambi Wholesale, Inc trading
as Jeff s Tires, at 17M0 NE 7th
Court. North Miami Beach.
Florida 3*102. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadeCounty. Florida J
Tully H Schemer Owner
00434 Jan 20. Feb 1. 0.1*. 1000
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO: 00-334
DIVISION: 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
BENNY BROOK
I>e ceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
voi ARE HEREBY NOT!
KIEP that the administration
of the Estate of BENNY
BROOK, deceased, late of
Dado Count) Florida, has
commenced in ine rapltoned
prtM oodlni
voi ARE HEREBY Noti
FIED AND REQ1 1REP to file
oil) laimi .md demando w tin h
1 ou may have against the
Estate and to file .in\ 1 h.illenge
to th. iralldlt) Of the Last Will
and restamenl offered for
probata if on) or on) ob-
je. lion lo th. quallfli ..lions of
Ihe Personal Representative.
venue or jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court
Count) Court1 West
M iml Florida
WITHIN THREE
Mi iN III- h ROM THE PAT>:
OF THE FIRST II H
. IU iN Of THIS NOTICE
OR V11I R RIOHT Til!"
WILL BE FOREVER
H IRREI
ill CLAIMS DEMANDS
\NP I ill IECTII NS Nor SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
REI'
Firsl publication of Ihis
the JS day of
IMO
I
Co-Pel --.... 11 tflv*
of th.
Benrn Bi -
Shi' item
\-1
Repn lentalli 1
theEstati
BENNY BROOK
oaed
loll It I ...out A
Menu I I
satw Washington Avenu*
M on Boo Flori U >i
ATTORN r V 1- 1 IR PERSONA!
REPRESENTATIVE
lhamA (.albut Esquire
Li \l.M( r G iLBI :
NIN PA
W Wasl 1 \. enue
\t... 139

1*42* Ian .' Fel IBM
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 30-3*4
DIVISION 0:
IN RE ESTATI 1 H
ilKNNI l'A\ IS
I U-i .
NOTICI I
\: iMINIS m ATI ON
TO ALL PERSONS IIA\ ING
ilMS OR DEMANDS
IGA1NS1 SAID E8TATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
oi the Estate of BENNY
DAV1 ad latr of Pade
Count) Florida has com
menced in the captioned
pi 1.. .-.-.ling
Yin ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AM. REQUIRED to file
Oil) laimi and demands which
ma) have against the
E stats and to file any challenge
to the validity of the Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate if any or any ob
j.-c lion to the qualifications of
the Personal Representative.
Yenuo or jurisdiction uf the
Court with the Court Pade
Count) Courthouse 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
.13110 WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE PATE
Of THE FIRST PUB
UCATION OF THIS NOTICE
OH YOI R RIGHT TO DO SO
Will. BE FOREVER
BARRED
AIJ. CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
HARRED
First Publication of this
Notice on the 2ft day of
January. IBM
Gllda Davis
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
BENNY DAVIS.
Deceased
3223 Collins Avenue-No BV
Miami Beach Florida 33140
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Herbert Jay Cohen. P A
0400 S Pade land Hlvd
Suite 300
Miami Florida 33190
Telephone 13011 OW-0401
0*427_______Jan 36. Feb I. IMP
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
A G G E Wholesale Seafood,
at Kendall Square Shopping
Center. Kendall Drive. Miami.
Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Dunalance Investment Corp
By Steelc Green
Kwltney. Kroop. A
Scheinbcrg. PA
By Bruce Schelnberg. Eaq
Attorneys for
Donalance Investment Corp.
0*410 Jan 30. Feb 1.1.15. 1000
JLkMisLIMjLt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cote No 00 742 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
By
CLARENCE WILLIAMS
Petitioner
NOTICE OK ACTION
TO Al'STELL DANIELS
Residence I'nknown"
YOI" ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
,11.- required lo serve a copy of
your written objection If Oil)
ton ,hi BRIAN BRODY ESQ
attomey lor Petitioner whose
addn NE i7 st
N M B Fl SI03 on or hefore
Februar) 33 IBM and file the
original with the Iirk of this
court either before service on
Petitioner or immediate!)
thereafter otherwise a deafult
in be nti n 'i against % ou for
the
\l K il hi IN I- '..lion
WITNESS my hand and th*
Court on Jan 17
Brlnfeer 1
UCh 'oiirt
in .. 1
\ Dep .:\ Clerk
-i- Ian ? Feb I. a 19 IBM
.Ic.'W
I i.lMt CIRCUIT COURT*
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 (40 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The marnaj 1
.;i STAVOESCAI ON \
and
NORI5 ESCALONA
Wit.
I'll Noll N\
S* It
Voi Mil- HEREBY Not:
FIKI 1 thai U tot Pis
solution of Marriage has been
41 are
your
writ'. it on
U BERT I. CARRICARTE
1 \ attorm | for Petll
101 NW 7th
13136
ami file t' -.-..: with the
r bel February 28 IBB
1 lefaull w in be
1 for the
rehel ........'m
plaint or petll
Tins not. publish! .1
. .....
.- 11 THE IEW4
ISHFLOR1D1AN
W II". I hand and the
.' Miami.
.> .'1 da) of
Jiliiuii IBM
RICH Mil' 1 BRINKER
IsClert
I lade 1 'ount) FI01
B) v '
\ I >eputy Clerk
iCw .
AlJtERT I. CARRICARTE
I- M|
_'4HI NW 7th Street
Miami Florida33139
ioa m 7i7
Attorney lor Petitioner
08424
Jan Fob 1 0, 15 10*0
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
COM No 0t}4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
WILLIAM WAKE
Petitioner
and
EVA MAE WAKE
Respondent
TO EVA MAE WAKE
RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
H H BRODY. attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
633 NE 167 St N M B FLA
33162. on or before February 20
lM) and file the original wltb
the clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner 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 Jan 21
1M0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
06432 Jan 23 Feb 1.6. IS IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name The
Hcadllners at 7314 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
CWR Corporation
By Judith Relff
Attorneys for
CWR Corporation
Heil.ller A Weiss
4 75 Fifth Avenue
New York. N Y 10017
0*4 10 Jan 2B. Feb 1.0. 19.1*00
tor
7Mf TOTAL 7RAVFt.FR
\
Q. Mow much authority
does the Civil Aeronautic*
Board have? Can thr>
take action against an air-
line that is always late or
doesn't treat passengers
right? We had a bad
experience on a flight
recently It involved a
stewardess and smoking
on hoard. We smoke and
n*k.-l for seating in the
smoking BBTtlOfl When
*B got on board, vie found
our seats one row behind
the "mi smoking'' sign
xpimrrni l\ passengers in
the row in front of us rum
pliiincd and the stewar-
dess asked us not to
smoke for the rest of the
flight We had words and
it uhs a very unpleasant
flight I think smokers
havt rights too and as
long as we were seated In
ihe right section, we had
the right to continue
smoking M\ rights were
infringed upon h\ the
stewardess who sided
with the non-smokers
Who can I write to about
the experience and hope it
doesn't happen again'*
\ travelers rights t,.
smoke <>r not. to smok*. aircraft in flight has t>^.n
a firi'-filled topic lot
aeveral yean Conver
satksni and debatea, fur>
and tempera have reached
smosdering prtjportiona
The law. as I under
stand it. requires airlines
ti provkla nun smoking
passengers with seats m a
specifk lection deaig
nated aa no smoking 'on
I hi- plane The number ol
seat s in t he "no amoking
part is detennined on each
flight by tb- number of
requests and all no
amoking requests must bi'
bun there is no buffer /one
provided between
smokers and non smokers
and this sometimes causes
problems I'uy the poor
stewardess who must act
as mediator
Did you rend about t In-
flight between I) (' and
New York when a
smoking vs non-smoking
incident became a
situation too hot for even
the pilot to handle and he
made an unscheduled
landing and aborted the
entire flight The no-
man's zone between
puffers and non puffers is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIBCUIT
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No 00 44 1 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
Mill HAI.I'KRAS
VI
EFKJENIA RANC3EL
TO F.r IliKNIA IUMIK1.
I'latlnoNo 1334 Sur
Ciudad Juarei
CTuhuahua. MesJco
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
sn action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been Hied
against you and you are
r .1(11 ire. 1 u> serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses If
any. to It on DANIEL
HAl.l.l r plaintiff's attorney.
whose address Is 3380 Sslsedo
Street. Suite 30*. Coral Gables
Florida 33134. on or before Feb
20. 10*0. and Hie th* original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
Uff's attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
th* relief demandad In th*
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and th*
seal of ihls court on Jan 3J.
IMO
Richard P lirlnker Clerk
Clerk of the Court
ByM J llsrtnelt
Aa Deputy Clerk
0*430 Jan 30. Feb 1. g. U. 10M
often smoke filled. Air
conditioning, ventilation
and 1 lose seating being
what they are high in the
skies, trouble often brews
when neither row of pas
Bengexa gives a little for
the bewail and COB
veniencc ol "t hers.
I can only assume tIn-
flight you describe was
full and the stewardess
could not change the
Beating of cumplainers
^ OU .111 write to the t \H
1 f Ih. Consumer
\d\.sale. 1836 tonne*
A vi N.W.,
Washington, D C 20423
I heir authority in
amoking caaaa goes onlj
aa far aa enforcement ol
existing rules Individual
i asea should be referred to
the paaaengef relations
department of the airline
involved Aa a further
note to readers if you
must have smoke fns-
Mating. tr\ to BOleCt a
s.-.it as tar away from the
smoking box t i possible On the other
if tun must light
lip, st.,\ tar a* ay from the
HO smoking section In
fortunately, that usuall)
mean a the beck ->f th-
plane on most flight!
whith really burns
amokera Km a non smoker
who isn t bothered by
amoki I sn- three oidea to
tb- smoking issue It mui
bound and determmeii
to get the right seats on
the aircraft, abota up at
least one and a half hours
before flight time or
request apacifk aection
aeeta |bj row I when
booking your flight Man)
airlines now take seating
preferences when ticket*
an- written so the\ can
avoid on board problems
relatives in Kgypt and I
would like to bring Home
gifts I was thinking of
cigarettes for the men and
perfume for the women I
am going to a wedding
and am considering
bringing some liquor My
cousin telephoned me and
said there were strict laws
about what visitors ran
bring; into the country.
Will I have trouble with
the items | mentioned or
should I leave some of
them behind since liquor
isn't albwed in a Moslem
country-'
A Egypt's rules for
visitors are more liberal
than some of their Arab
neighboring countries.
They say it's ok for
visitors to bring 200
cigarettes or one-half
pound of tobacco, two
bottles of perfume (any
size). As for liquor, no
problem if you limit your-
self to one bottle of the
hard stuff and one bottle
of wine. You should be
happy your relatives don't
live in Bahrain where the
limits range downward
beginning at half of
Kgypt's allowances How-
ever, if they lived in Saudi
Arabia, there would be a
limit on the tobacco items
you could bring for friends
and relatives or your
personal uae. but there are
no exceptions to the
alcohol bans even at the
border for visitors
bringing it for personal
use

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Ik Notices
IRCUIT COURT
FOR
JNTY,FLORIDA
1TE DIVISION
ibec ftlSJl
f ATE OF
iKGAN
ncBor
IISTRATION
PERSONS HAVINIi
()K DEMANDS
THE ABOVE
ND Al.I. OTHER
INTERESTED
CLAIMS OR
AGAINST THE
TATK AND ALL
I'ERSONS IN
IN THE
HEREBY NOTI
the administration
of THOMAS J
ed. File Numbr
|n| in the Circuit
DADE County.
bate Dlvlalon. the
which II 73 Weat
t Miami. Florida
representative of
SHIRLEY MIL
me and addreas of
representative *
aet forth below
having claim* or
ln.it the estate are
I THIN THREE
ROM THE DATE
1RST Pt'BLICA
IS NOTICE, to file
rk of the above
ten statement of
demand they may
claim must be In
must Indicate the
claim the name
of the creditor or
attorney, and the
led if the i uim la
the date when it
due shall be
s i lalm is con
unliquidated, the
mi ertainly shall
II the -lalm is
ae< virity shall be
Iniant shall
rient iptofl of the
enable the
;
tatlve
-ted in the
i '. of this
dminietraUoi I I I
ran .ire'l
IREE MONTHS
OF THE
BLICATION OF
F til file ail .
j mu t\.i\^ that
lit> >< the
ill the quallfl. a
rapreaen
juris
IMS DEMANDS
B*' kins Nor so
U BE FOREt Kit

Notice of
ii I.in is 18M>
V Miller
Repreaenta
I
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[FOB PERSl IN \
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to
IIRCUIT COURT
FOR
UNTy FLORIDA
kit Ulv 1S1ON
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mon 03

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a* i OTHER
TEBESTED I.N
III 111 n NOT
bntniatraUon
8* N Mil \N
ar-d Fill Nu
ling in tli <
Dad* Count)
Ivttioh the
.huh Is 7 V\.
t Miami Florida
ntlltlvc of
i a VIVIA N
i Ireaa i To
Nei k N v
in. and addi i
entail., a I
hi below
I clauna or
Inal the '..'' I a
'ITHIN THREE
tOM TOE DATE
II HL1CA
is Notice tonic
ark ..[ the above
I '..tcmclll of
f demand lh) maj
i lalm mual 11
Indicate the
i. i ". Lhc nama
ll the i i.-d!tor or
r attorney ami the
th. data when it
hall '
iim I
unliquidated the
. -nail he
n.
i
ll !e the
aaental
in the
i ( this
\ Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FBOM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
lections 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 C1.AIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FII.ED VVI1J. HE FOREVER
HARKED
Dale of the first publication
of this Notl. t of
Administration Jan 18. 1880
Vivian Golden
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
NATHAN ROTH
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
MICHAELRECHLER
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla 331.18
Telephone 538 5565
uaauu ir. is -is ittsn
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FI.ORIDA
COUNTY Of HADE aa
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 RIT
lo. ate.l at MM Ml 3 Avenue In
the city of Miami. Dade
County Florida 33128
Those interested In said
enterprise, and the extent of
the interest of each, la aa
lolluws
John M Hotu issuto
Preatdenl signature >
I >entus E Brill
\ li e I 'leMdellt I signature
(MM I.m ll |. M
Feb LUBJL
NOTICEOr
WARBMOUSEMAN S
SALE
Notice i- hereb) flven that by
of Chapter KTs Florida
ini lated i s> i
Warehouseman .md Ware
houaea K.....ipta w herein Abbot
Mot ing k Storage Co h .
Floi Ida p ration b) \ Irtue
of its warehouse liena haa in its
n the following
: prope rt>
Houaehold gooda !..>' im
a- the pi (M : Mr and
\t Ronal a \ i anoff
whose :.-*t known addreasa
..,-. H Nl iw Court Apt
N run Miami He... n
I d that .i the
of February i ussn
i it ing in.- legal noura of
* mainly between II in.
foi anoon and 1 i> in the
afternoon at the under
Blgnod shall offer for sale
the hlgheat bidder for
h in hand the abova
. rtbed property of Mr
and Mi- Ronald Iranoff
i i tied ..i Miami Florida this
inuarj It**
,Wi Jan is .*. ixsii
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Act.on No I71J3 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Miami Floi .1 file
.. itii the i leik !
the above irl on oi
. Feb 1980 othen*
ntered agalnal
ii in. rellel demandad in
anplainl or pel itton
WITNESS m> hand and the
Lid court at Miami
Floi Ida on thli La)
ibei l7
Kill \i;; l BRINKER
\-1 I rcull Court
i... Floi Ida
its m J Hartnetl
x lark
Ian i ii. is. a nwn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i; l\ EN that the undei signed
undel the tn litlous name
Howard i Family* Trusts at
\ nue smteIk's
. iSlSl.inlt
ime with the
I Court of
rtda
Julli
.-til
- Trust 1
[>eb laat II
I \. I MIL
' I ists
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7*-17l4*
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA T GONZAU.Z
Petitioner,
and
I.IBARDO GONZALEZ
Respondent
TO I.IBARDO CiONZAIJCZ
Residence Cnknown
Yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a PeUUon for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It
Ml CARLOS M MENDEZ.
ESq 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 agalnat you for the
relief prayed for In the com
plaint or petition
Thl notice shall be published
once each week for four con
eecuUva weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of Bald court at Miami.
Florida on this 2Kth day of
I lecember, 1878
RICHARD P BRINKER
AaClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hy Clarlnda Hrown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Carlos M Me nil,, j Esq
.Nv*>V\ ithAienue
Hlale ih Fla M0U
I'hone KM ss.", ,%376
Attorney for Petitioner
Ian I 11 is M, 18H0
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10-147
Division 0'
IN BE ESTATE OF
\MOS BAB
.-. .1
\' HICK OF
U> MINISTRATION
Ml PER* is-; H\\ ING
oi vims oi! DEM \M>s
m;ainst niK ibove
\ 11 \M M.I. OTHER
PEK.SONS INTr:RESTED IN
I HE EST \ rE
^ H M'.K HEREBY Nori
FIED thai the administration
, \\1< i- B \KST
Ii .... -i File Number so 11:
riding in the Circuit Court
foi l lade ounty Florida
Probate I >u lalon the ad I
..i win. h i- : Weal Fla
' Miami Florida S3 ISO
I'll, personal representative of
lat< \nn v it \KST
- ollins
\ .. Miami Beai h i
i ami and iddn
I- .- i ive i
, tat forui below
\ persona hat ing i lain
demand* again lati
.\ MIIN IHKKK
Mi IN IMS I- Ri IM THK DAT!
niE FIRST PI Bl
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ll

1
i! the
to mall om
i... repi sentativ e
Ml persona intereated in the
i it thli
-. iral i
been mailed .- I ;
WMHIN THBEE MONTHS
l> RI i\t 1 HI i \ rE "h
FIRST Ii BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file an) ob
m* they mas have that
challenge* the validity of th*
lent s win the quallflca
i,on- ol Ih* pel tonal repra
tatlve or the venue or
ill. tion ol the t ourt
M.I CLAIMS DEM \--
\N|i OBJECTIONS NOI
FILED w ill BE FORI \ BR
II \KKI.I '
l late oi the tirsi publii .i
oi i in Notice "i
allon Ian ."^ nam
WNA BAKST
\- r. rsonal Repreasntatlva
ol the Estate of
Wins It \K- r
I le. .
\ IToKM 1 FOR PERSON M.
REPRESEN I'\TI\ K
11 N
. 11 \.. ..
Miami
-I I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 4 FC
ACTION FOP DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
CARMEN RODRIGUEZ.
Petitioner Wife
and
JOSE RODR1ULEZ.
Respondent Husband
TO josk: RODRIGUEZ
Residence I'nknown
YOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
ins-ailotn*i of Marriage haa
tie.n filed against you and you
are required to serve a 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
th. above styled court on or
before February 2nd. 1880.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In II com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2 day of
January 1880
RICHARDP BRINKER
AaClerk. Circuit Court
I i.ide County. Florida
H> Q S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
i 'ii. uit Court Seal i
A KOSS, ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A
101 n w mil Avenue
Miami Florida 33128
Tel iSOAi 325 HH44
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan 11 1 25. 188C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 79 17019 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tile marriage of
PATRICK A ROSECRANS,
Petitioner Husband.
and
w \ p.. OECRANS
Reapondent Wife
TO SI SAN \ ROSECR \N>
I i Northweat
-' Street
Miami Florida
Yot \KF HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Lit inn of Marriage has
been tiled agalnal you and you
ai e required to serve a copy of
.mu written-lei.-nses If any to
it on IRTH1 K H LIPSON
lie) for Petitioner WhOM
- 1518 Northwest 167
Ireel Suite HO H Miami Fl..
la the original with the
< lerk ol the also.- atyled court
on oi before Februaurj i8nu.
.. a default will be
entered agalnat you for the
rellel demanded in the com
plaint oi petition
WITNESS my hand and the
I ...nl court at Miami
Florida on this 28 day of
mber l78
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ I l.-rk Clri Ull Court
I lade < 'ounti Florida
B) \ f Wade
\ -1 leput) Clerh
irl li ..
Ian i ill- 25 moo
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
CaieNo 79 17IJ9FC
FAMILY DIVISION
V
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band attoi n.->
NICHOLAS ES
Ql'IKI SW Ih Avenue
I tile
the original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before
then*
Petition will tie conl
.
DATED this 21 d.o ol
nbei 1878
Itn haul P Bl inker Clerk
B) Clai Inda Brown
I leput) Clerk
Jan n is-
is,.. .ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICI IS HEREBV
ilVEN thai the undersigned,
$ to engagt In bui
mdei the fn tltlou*
Ml \NP Bl SINESS
i 11KM \w {'. Street
Fla intend '
ime iin the < 'lerk of the
ill .-.silt ol I i.ide County
la
Pedro M Rodi .
\t IgUC I 'in..
Ri maldo Montpelllei
Ian i! II
Feb
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBB\
; I \ i n u

n< utio

itis i Miami i '
aid name
In ull

Kile-
1 *
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S
SALE
Notice la hereby given that by
virtue of Chapter 678. Florida
Statutes annotated 11841)
Warehouseman and Ware-
bouse 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 Ixit 1442 as the
property of Mrs Isabel La
Rosa, whose last known ad-
Iress was 80 SW SO Avenue.
Apt 3 Miami. Fla and that on
the 8th day of February. 1880
during the legal hours of sale
mainly between 11 00 forenoon
and 2 iki in the afternoon at the
undersigned shall offer for aale
to the highest bidder for cash In
hand the above described
property of Mrs Isabel l-i
Ron
Dated at Miami Florida this
lath day of January. 1880
08411 January 25.
February 1. 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name PRO
SPORTS INTERNATIONAL at
H?r. NW nth Street Miami
Florida, intends to re,;
-..id name with the Clerk of the
Cln uit Court of Dad.- County
Florida
HEMISPHERE
CORPORATION
M> Julius Kantor,
President
DANIEL M KKII. Ksy
\ttoi in-, lor
Hemiaphere t'orp
08417 Ian M Feb I 18 ISM
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10-77
Division 07
IN RE ESTATE OF
I.I I.I.I \N Ml N SKY
1 ..I eaaed
NOTICE IF
\l "MINI -l\: \TloN
ro \|.|. | IONS HAVING
CLAIMS HI DEM s.NDS
VGAINS1 -IK MU i\ E
ESTATt *N '-: I I ITHER
PERSl ins IN I Rr STED IN
IMF ESTATE.
VOI \KK HI ..l BY NoTI
FIED that the adminlatratlon
ol th.....late .i l.ii.i J \n
BINSKY d.....aaed File
40 27 la pending in the
Cln uit 'ourt tor I .ad.- Count)
Florida Probate Dlvlalon the
ol whn h is : .v
Flaglei Street, Miami Fl
The personal represen
Ubvi '! the eatata la Natl .
i I i
South Dixie Highwa)
Miami Florida S31M The
name and address of the
pel -ona I repre aentatl
altorne) ai i iel forth below
All peraona h.i\ Ing i lalma or
demanda agamal the i lati in
re,|uiie,t. WITHIN THREE
MONIMS FROM THE HATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
Hi IN IF THIS NOTICE M file
with the lerk of the ,
. ouit a a
an)
... i i lain mual be in
writing and m i

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, hon
oi tdministr*
mailed
MONTHS
l ROM nil- DATE IF I'HK
ii hi :.'\ riON OF
rills NOTICE
ma) have
I the
will the
: ihi pel aonal
tatlve a the venue
dn tion oi the court
\l.l. CLAIMS I'FM VN
\N|i OBJECTIONS NO! SO
FILED WILL BE FORE\ I R
ItARRED
l late oi the first publii ation
oi this lotice
\ .in
N Mil \\ Rl ISr NHI RG
\. i itlve
LILLIAN BINSKY
11. .
\ PTOBNr ^ FOB PERSl IN \1
Kl |'RI SEN r \T1\ E
III NR> M w MTZKIN
. -t Street
Miami Beai h Florida 33141
I
Ian 29 Feb I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
i; l\ FN thai the undei signed
. |
l land
taint) Fli
.-, uie in
Jan I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In bualnea*
under the fn tltlou* name of
AIRPORT ALTO TRIM SHOP
at number 4556 NW 73rd St., In
the City of Miami, Florida,
intenda to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla
14th day of January, 1880
PERRINE ALTO
TRIM SHOP INC
Eugene la-mllch. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
2730 W FlaglerSt
Miami. Fl 33135
08404 Ian I" 25. Feb 1^8. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 80 143
NOTICE OF SUIT
|LPCIAyCINTERO.
Plaintiff.
VS
MARGARET LAVERDE and
STELLA I'RREA.
Defendants
0 Stella Crrea
Residence I'nknown
If alive, and if either or all of
|them be dead, all parties
lalmlng interest by. through.
lunder or against MARGARET
LAVERDE and STELLA
l KREA or either of them, and
,i parlies having or claiming
tiave any right, title or UV
ereat In the property herein
leac rtbed
YOU VNH each of YOU,
hereby notified that an
n to quiet title to the
niiowing deacrlbed real
ajiiopertv in Dade County
I la
Condominium Panel N
i i .i SI SNET VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM II ai
oi ding to tha I let lai ..tion
ol i' ir.iiomuiuim thereof
r le d in O f 11
.... .i ,K,.
-..lei Clerki f N
73R 118488 : the Public
It.....ids ol I lade County,
Floi
igainat you the
abovi lefendanta and
you an required I n a -.
p) Ol v our w rltler lefl
\t \KTIN ROTH
Plaintiff Ittome) a
addreaa 1111 Ainsley
Building Mian 1132.
r Feb IS 19S0 and
file th.- original with the clerk
il this i ourt either before
ittorney
,'i immediately thereaftor;
otherwise .. default will be
i igainal ou for the
, led in the com
plaint
WINTESS m> h.ind and the
, .I thla ourt on Ian 1880.
RICH M'.I'P BRINKER
\- .'.. K 'i the Court
B) M i Hartnetl
\- I leput) ("lerk
- .- I.inu.i
-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO SO S7 FC
.n RE I' i Mai nagi
: ii! (M
A (i

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HERN : N
. Nl-
Nortl
. .
, .. thla
eithei bel ( on
Ufl I BttOI li. nil
liatel) Ihereaft"
.. default w ill bi
.t you toi the
anded in the i omplainl or
[N'tilion
,\ : NESS m> hai d u
il UieCourt on Jai WO
RICHARD P BR1NKEB
\- Cl<
B) vi' w
\- I leput) Cl rk
- -. -'-
Febi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
\ i riCE is HEREBY
GIVEN thai the underatgned
ing to engage In bualneaa
Ih* in litmus names ol
,Mr RICAN No F \i IT IN
\N. V II N.'Y INC
, SKIPPER S CLI H M
i b .. CH VRTEB K\ roMO
BILE Cl.l It LTD oi .1
V ME RICA WIDE INS1 K
\NCI INI 01 i
., a i N NCE
V NW
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intend I ald
a 11 i the i'i' rk ol th.
ut C ui I
tBRAMI M
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... -w- n> IM above I
Public Notices
tN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 7* 171*5 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
SANDRACOOK
Petitioner
^ I
PHI Li. IP COOK
Respondent
To PHILLIP COOK
KdiflnoElCortljo
Reforms
Loral 11-C
Enterplao
Ave Reforms 02-IB
ZonaB
Guatemala
YOl ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE ha. been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w ritlen answer and defenses. If
any to It on DANIEL
GALLUP, plaintiff's attorney,
whose address Is 2396 Salzedo
Street, Suite 309. Coral Gablee
Florida 33134. on or before Feb
B, 19K0. and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff's attorney or immediately
Liter, otherwise a default
w ill be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
I omplaml or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
I this court on Derembei
Kth. 1979
RICHARD P HRINKKK
Clerk of the Court
H\ i'lnnila Brow '
As Deputy Ctar*
Jan 4. 11. l & IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No ld70FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CAS* No BO J7 7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
Hy
AL and ANNE WILLIAMS
Petitioners
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO VIRGIL ADDERLEY
Residence L'nknown
YOL' ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written objection
if any to It on BRIAN H
HKODY ESQ.. attorney for
IVtilioner whose address Is
33 NE 167th St N Miami
Beach. Florida. SS1B2. on or
before February 22. 19S0. ami
file the original with the clerM
of this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relu-f
lemanded In the ADOPTION
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Jan 15.
19*
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
M\ Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
M4e* Jan 18.25. Feb I.S. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAA'.E LAW
ITICB 18 HEREBY
;i\EN th.it the undersigned
i
.i t the (n litloua name I'Ei i
DISCOUNT DR1
, ,i PEDCO al SM Ltncoli
M imi Bea h Fl

DR1
p

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UNDER
above styled roue >n or before
Feb 22. 1980 .herwtae
default will be ar> red against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE
IEW1SH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and thf
il -,k1 court at MlaMnl
Florida on this 16 day of
January 19K0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Byal J HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
A K068 ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A
Attorney for
Petitioner Husband
KM NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida33128
Tel i 306 i .125 t*M4
Attorney for Petitioner
(406 Jan 18. 29.
Feb 1,8. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
73 Weil Flakier Street
Miami, Florida
PROBATE DIVISIONS
PROBATE NO 79 tie)
IN HE ESTATE OF
IOHN H BARKLEY
a k ...l II BARKUCT
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
M.I PERSONS HAVING
Cl \:\l> OR DEMAND8
tGAINSTSAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
rE RESTED IN SAID
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WTONIETA ACEVEDO
SIARE/.OPITZ.
Wife
TO Antonleta Acevedo
SuaretOplU
So to Agullar No 1760
SantiagoChile
VOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
E1ED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage ha
twen filed against you and yot
an required to serve a copy oi
vour written defenses. If any tc
it on ALBERT I. CARRI
CARTE, P A attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
;'491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33128. and file tht
original with the clerk of thi
above styled court on or befor
February B. 1980. otherwise
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded lr
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHEUmiDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 27 day ol
December. 1979
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By John Rerw
As Deputy Clerk
,Or. ult Court Seal'
Albert 1. Carrlcarte P \
.'491 NT*. 7th Street
Miami. Florida S3125
Tel ,305 649 7917,
Attorney for Petitioner
1X364 Jan 4. 11 18. 25 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice 18 HEREBY
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MARION W EINSTEIN
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STEIN If she be living, and al
unknown parties claiming by
through, under or against her
If she be dead, whether said un
known parties claim as heirs
devtseaa. grantees, assignees
llenors. creditors, trustees
spouses or otherwise
IWendants
TO MARION FERN
a k a MARION WEIN
STEIN a k a MARIAN
WFIN STEIN If she be llv
ing. and all unknown
parties claiming by.
though under or against
her If she be dead whether
said unknown parties
,laim a heirs devisees
grantees, assignees. Hen
ors. creditors trustees
spouses or otherwise
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
riED that an action for par
Ition of the following described
Bfopaftj in Dade County
Florida
la>t 11 in Block 1 of SWAS-
TIKA PARK according to
Plal thereof recorded In
Plat Hook 4 at Page 96 of
UK Puhli, Records ,-f Dade
County Florida.
has been filed against you and
.trr required to serve a
( \iir written defense. If
ail) to It on Mil.TON FELLER
and HARRY ZUKERN1CK
Plaintiff* attorneys whose
address u 4j> Lincoln Road
Suite 441 Miami Beach
Florida 33139
Februar) .vv ISM and ill* list
oncin.il with the Clerk of this
ton m
meyt or im
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relief
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wise 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 Jan 17.
I960
Richard P Brtnker. Clerk
AsOrrk of the Court
Bj C P Copeland
As Deputy tierk
(3I Jan 2S Feb I 8. 15. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Cat* No a* ] PC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
LARRY I. LA TIMER
MAROARETL I.ATIMER
T1> MARCARETL
I.ATIMER
Boa 88
Roadtow n. Tor tola
British Virgin
Islands
Yol ,RE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
Of MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses If
an\ to it on Daniel ilallup
.(I s attorney whose
., Mm w is 2336 Saliedo Street
Coral Cables. Florida 331M on
ore Feb 29 19HJ. and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before ser\ i,
on plaintiff s attorney or Im
list) thereafter other
artai i default will be entered
II you for the
demanded m the eoaaptalnt or
petiu
WITNESS m) hand and the
.rt on Jan 22
Ki. ,t.l p Brtnker Clerk
(lerK ..f thrOiwrt
II. M I Hartnelt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANDFOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M SJ FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIA



Ml CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DAOECOUNTY FLORIDA
Case No BO 704 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
1NEL QOLDBi
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reel
New York n "i 10023
ARE NOTIFIED thai
fur DISSOLUTION
M IRRIAGE has been filed
.si anil you Arr
Strveat DP) of >our
w rttteit answsr and defenses. If
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for the relief
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN ANDFOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
NO B07t FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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AND FOR DADE COUNT
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ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Chicago Illinois 60651
1 Ol M'.E HEREBY Noll
FIED that an action for
I llaaolutlon of Marriage has
been filed against >ou an,l you
.,! required lo serve a copy of
written defenses, if any. to
MILT iN I' i ;o< il 'MAN
attorns) for Petitioner whose
It \>i st Flagler
Suite 520 His. awie
::n* Miami Florida 33130.
and file the original with the
, lerk of the above style,!
r before Feb .'. 1(80
otherwise a default will he
red against you for the
demanded In the eon
tor petition
This notice shall be published
reek k>i I
weeks in THE IEV\
ISH FLORIOIAN
NESS m> hand and tli.
irl ,' Miami
M on tin- io dtvj
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RICHARD P BRINKER
' 'lei k Cln .: i 'ourt
I >adeCount) Florida
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NOTICE OF ACTION
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IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
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FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
OLADSTONE PHILLIPS
Petitioner
,.nd
BE\ ERl.EY PHILLIPS
I : ipondenl
Nol'!i>: ur ACTION
PU HE\ ERl.EY PHILLIPS
Rl Sll f NCE I NKNOWN
yoi are notified that
,, lion for dissolution of
mai i lag* has been I
agalnat you and you are
tequiri-,1 to aervi | if your
writ:, If an) loll on
H il BRODV Attorn*) for
petitioner whose addreaa is
NE I AT SI N M H
i9Kn and file i' ,i with
either
immediately ti i itltsi
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RICHARD P BRINKER
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IN RE ESTATE OF
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Nl 'I'll E OF
M'MINISTRATION
The administration of i.
MAN Nil FENN
US ,1 File Number so 111
. in the Circuit Court
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Probate DlvUton the addrsaa
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sees o the |.
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AZF Lends Support QHlttliariM Harry Friedman Dies at Age 101
Proposal on Noshrim
YORK (JTAI The
Zionist Federation
nounced that it decided
its support to Prime
Menachem Begins
omise proposal''
Soviet Jewish noshrim,
ta. Jews who leave the
nion on Israeli exit visas
out of the Soviet Union
the United States and
stern countries.
Joseph Stern stein.
of the AZF. in a
t at a press conference
lared. "The American
ederation calls for the
of the three-point
for the rescue and
t of Soviet Jews It is
gh the implementation
agram that we can both
the Soviet Jewry
t and further develop
of Israel.''
"compromise proposal,''
by Sternstein. offers
assistance only to those
ews who opt to go to
those Soviet Jaws with
te family already in
who opt for reset
in the United States
ENTLr\ aU Soviet Jews
ve the Soviet Union and
in the West receive
ce and financial aid from
organizations. This
ce, Sternstein pointed
s helped to dramatically
the number of noshnm
iggering 66 percent of all
ho left the Soviet Union in
year.
growing number of
Jews who relinquish their
'entrance visa" in Vienna.
peclare their intention to
in the Wast, casts a
ing shadow over the
future of the movement (of Soviet
Jews to the free world). The
latest evidence strongly supports
the view that the Soviet
authorities will use this situation
to end or severely curtail Jewish
emigration." Sternstein said.
Noting that the issue of
noshnm and the assistance to
them is controversial among
American Jews and Jewish
leaders, and underscoring the
view that Jewish emigration from
the USSR will be stopped
altogether if the dropout rate
continues at its present pace.
Sternstein said the AZF is about
to launch an "educational
campaign" in Jewish com-
munities around the country to
win their support for Begins
"compromise proposal "
STERNSTEIN also said that
the masses of Soviet Jews
resettling in the United States
has brought about a situation "in
which millions of dollars raised
expressly for use in Israel have
been diverted to pay for their
absorption in America. This
situation constitutes a double
loss: the trend shows that many
Soviet immigrants are rapidly
assimilated into American
society and therefore lost to the
Jewish people; and funds in-
tended for Israel never reach
their proper destination."
The AZF leader added. "While
we profoundly recognize the
inalienable right of every in-
dividual to freely select his
country of residence, we submit
nevertheless that the financial
burden of resettling Soviet
immigrants outside Israel should
not continue to rest with Jewish
communal agencies and that
Jewish communal funds raised
for Israel should not be used for
this purpose."
srael Bonds Seder
ear The Pyramids
Israel Bonds office on
Beach has received over-
^int; res|H>nse by the public
: announced Passover Seder
will be held at the Cairo
^nis on March 11 as part of
> journey to Israel and
State "i l-ruel Bonds
llion will depart Miami, via
I Wlmes on March IS
ftn\ 12 d) in Israel and
airo
delegation will m^u
em, Tiberias and l.;
h*ill staj in deluxe hotels
rill participate m compre-
p" sightseeing in the Jewish
In Krael. breakfasts and
B'naiB'rith
pi (ioodman will be swom
resident of the Gold Coast
I of H'nai B'rith on Sunday.
"". at an 11 30 a.m. lun-
at the Konover Hotel. He
president of Gold Coast
Jgue in Miami Beech, a
Academy and active in
ous other civic and
s organizations.
eth Am
Services
Bttme Heroes for Today" will
e topic of the sermon by
mi Stuart Wainblatt,
Kiate rabbi at Temple Beth
I the family service on
>. Jan 25, at 7:30p.m.
bbi Herbert Baumgard.
m rabbi, will speak at the
will
most dinners are included
On March 80 the group will
depart, via direct air service,
from Tel Aviv to Cairo and will
spend four days at the luxury
Men.i House-Oberoi Hotel, which
overlooks the Pyramids Mreak-
t.i-t- dinner^ and right! Ming
, will tie included for the entire
Egyptian -tu>
Th. highlight will be the
special, tirsl night ol Passover
Sedt r to be held outdoors, in full
sigh' ol the Pyramids, which the
Jew ish people itruggled to build.
\- with all Israel Bonds
journeys to the Middle Hast, this
one will also include numerous
pacial features, including the
lust official Egyptian reception
lor an American Jewish
delegation, a visit to an Israeli air
base, meetings with members of
the Knesset, and special briefings
with Israeli leaders.
MDUSa Or Ueo. Miami Beach
R|V rslde
ISAAC'S. Israel Sydney. Hollywood
PftOBBR, Ousate, ri. Hallandale. Jan
20 if Mil wniisleln Star of David.
sVBIM. Otto. North Miami Beach. Jan

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Phone 266 7888
SCHWARTZ
Mrs Patricia. 9 of Miami Beach, died
Jan 21 Mr* Schwartz li survived by
her husband. Nathan M her sisters
Mrs Sarah i Louis i Susaman and Mra
Therese Haroldi Lewis, both ol Miami
Beach Mrs Schwartz was the head of
the Miami Beach Recreational Depart
ment and managed the Bayshore Golf
Course prior to her reUrement She was
a resident of Miami Beach for the past
2ft years and a member of Hope School.
Services were held Jan 23 at the New-
man Funeral Home Interment Lake
side Memorial Park
ALTMAN. Klhel. 74, North Miami
Beach. Jan in Riverside Star of
David
UARDASCH Benjamin 74 Jan 18
Riverside Lakeside
BERNSTEIN, Samuel. 87. Hallandale
Jan 18 Levitt Welnsteln Sharon
Gardens
DAVISON. Donald Barr 83. Miami.
Jan IS
ElSINOER.TUllt. Miami Mt Sinai
LEVKNTHAL. Harry. Sarasota. Dec
24
PODKLL Samuel. North Bay Village.
WIUCELMA.N. Ethel. Miami Beach
BAKKK. Louis. 81. Miami Beach. Jan.
20 Klverslde
COHEN. Manny. 81. Miami Beach. Jan.
IV Gordon Star of David.
COHEN, Milton E 75. Bay Harbor
Jan JO Riverside
HUCl.'NDLICH. Bernard. 84. North
Miami Beach Jan 18 Levitt Wetn
>irin. Lakeside
CJEIXER. Esteiie. 71 Miami Beach
Gordon
HORNTELO. Ethel. 78. Jan 19
Hixerside Lakeside
KROMOWITZ. Joseph. SB. Jan 10
Klverslde Mt Nebo
KATZ. Charles. Jan II Levitt Mt
Nebu
TtlBLI.N. Dora M.. Jan 11 Gordon. MI
Nebo
WARHOKTIG. Lenore. 73. Jan. 11 Mt
Nebo
KLEIN Frances. 63. Jan 10 Riverside
Ml Nebo
KA.SSAV Hvsie. 7. Jan 12 Mt. Nebo
kkaft Sascha. 88. Jan. 12 Gordon
Mt Nebo
SILVER. Albert. "IS. Jan 13 Riverside
Ml Nebo
ALBERT. Gertrude. S3. Jan. 17 Levitt
Mt Nebo
GORMAN Beatrice. 88. Jan 18 River
side Mt Nebo
HAIT. Frances R 80 West Palm
Beach. Jan 14 Levitt Welnsteln
Kl BY Ethel. North Miami Beach, 48.
Jan 18 Riverside
I'ARLEMAN. Edith 71. North Miami
Beach Riverside.
SOIEINER. Eva Berta. North Miami
Beach. Jan M Lakeside
BHLAOER. Frances. North Miami
Beach
NTDER, Jack. St. Miami Beach. Jan <
16 Riverside.
TAB1.N Joseph. 73. Margate. Jan 18
Menorah
WOLFE Minnie Miami Beach
KAPLAN. Max. 84. North Miami Beach.
Jan IT Riverside
VOLLOV1CK. Morris. 73. North Miami
Beach. Jan 18 Riverside
\/.u: Rachel. 77. Miami Beach
Riverside
BERNSTEIN Mickey. 78. Miami
liea. h.Jan 13 Newman Mt Stnal
CITERMAN Anny. Miami Beach
Lakesjdt
EINHORN Jennie Miami
PALK Meyei 7s North Miami Beach.
Jan l side
FRIEDMAN Harry
UADLES Mi.imlBeach. Jan
li Rubin mi Sinai
KAN DEI Lena s^ formerl) u( Miami
Beai h N Ml Nebo
Man '" Newman
IJSVI.N Ann Miami Beach Rubin
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MARGOLIS Solomon H Baj Harboi
..:i 19
V :n Irving W Miami Beach
i'EITELBAl M leanns Miami Beach
. ibin i ski
\\ sTNICK Dora Miami Beat h
MKlNTRAi'B Saul Miami Beach
Rubin I
BERNSTEIN BeasM Deerfield
Beai I
D1CHTENBERQ Roes Miami Reach
i: .Inn Lakeside:
FRIEDMAN Sam Miami Beach.
Ian Gordon Star of David
FROMOWITZ, Joseph Miami Beach
Riverside Ml Neb.i
HOPEN Ether l>orothy. Jan V River
tide Ml Sinai
KATZ Eva. Miami Beach
KLEIN. Frances Gans. Jan 10 River
side Mt Nebo
tATTIN Shirley Miami Beach and
North Miami Beach. Jan 10
Ki\ ei tide
EINSTEIN
memorial ch^-els
Harry Friedman, a resident of
Miami Beach, died Jan. 21 at the
age of 101 Born in Russia. Mr.
Friedman was a former hatmaker
in Brooklyn and language
translator
FRISHMAN
Selma. a 20-year resident of Miami, died
Jan 17 She was 52 A civic worker, Mrs
Fnshman founded chapters of ORT, a
en ii e organization, in Long Island and
North Miami. She was a volunteer
worker at Mactown. a center for
retarded adults, and- North Miami
General Hospital She moved here from
I .on* Island in 1S60 Survivors include
her husband. Seymour, mother. Ann
Weithum. two daughters. Sydnee
Horowitz and Sandra Rivera, and four
grandchildren Funeral service* were
held Jan 20 at Riverside with Interment
at I-akeslde Memorial Park
OAVIO
Gnldie. 64. of Miami, died Jan. IV at
Jackson Memorial Hospital She was a
homemaker A resident of this com-
munity for 23 years, she came from
Virginia Survived by her sisters. Mrs
Nancy Martin of Hlaleah. Mrs. Coral
Oliver and Mrs Virginia Clark both of
Mori 1st own. Va brother. Harry David
of Johnson City. Tenn
SCHE1NBCRG
Muse*. 83 Resident of Miami and
Miami Beach for 30 year*, formerly In
textile business in New Yorti City
Husband of the late Ida Schelnberg
Survived by son. Theodore, daughter.
Roslyn Nosnlck and son-in-law, Alvin
NosiMck Was a member of Temple
Menorah and a lifetime Mason. Inter-
ment Lakeside Memorial Park
S4NCER
Louise. 68. of North Miami Beach, died
Jan. 18 A 17 year resident formerly of
Indiana She Is survived by her
husband. Edward, sons. Perry I Rita I
and Samuel i Doris >. four grand-
> tuldren Matthew. Robert. Bradley and
Douglas brothers. Abe and Eugene
Funeral services were Jan 21 at The
Riverside, with interment in lakeside
Memorial Park
RUOT
Ellen RocheUe of Miami, died Dec 10
She was a counselor U> cancer patients
and recently had been teaching English
to newly arrived Russian immigrants
An honors student In college, she was
also an active sportswoman, excelling
in swimming and tennis She was a
member of the Adlal Stevenson Demo-
cratic Women s Club. National Council
of Jewish Women. Hadaaaah Brandeia
Institute of California and the Sierra
Club. She Is survived by her parents.
Mr and Mrs Sam Rudt by a sister.
Maxene Segal, and a brother. Kerry
Arthur Rudt and by a grandmother.
Sarah Tatior
He is survived by a son. Jack,
a sister, Jennie Sperling, and by
two grandsons and a great-
grandchild
Servicaa e/an conducted by
Riverside.
CUTMANN
Max "v aaacuUva vice president of
Beth Israel Congregation. 770 W 40th
St Miami Reach, passed away Jan
ll e, were held in New York City
Survivors include his beloved wlfi
Liesel o( Miami Beach. BennoGulman
and Herta Richard, brother and sister [:
N.m York City For many years Max
Oulmann supervised all non rabbinical
lum twins In the synagogue and was
indispensable to its life The synagogue.
its membership and all of the com
munity mourn the loss of a great lay-
leader
OAVIS
Esther. 90. of Miami, died Jan 18 .She
had been a Miami resident for the past
55 years, coming from St Petersburg
With her late husband Jacob she was
one of the founders of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, and was a member of
the Sisterhood. She is survived by a son
Joseph I Davis of Miami, a daughter
Elizabeth Burgower of Houston Tex :
six grandchildren, three great-grand-
children Graveside services and Inter
ment held at Temple Israel Cemetery
iGrmceland Memorial Parki Jan 2?
under direction of Gordon Funeral
Home
wmi
Harold C 70. of Miami Shores died
Jan 3D at the Miami Heart Institute of
cancer Originally from New York and
Beverly Hills, Calif Mr Fisher came
to Florida as a year round resident 23
years ago after retiring He was an
owner of many bottled propane gas
companies founded along the eastern
seaboard Mr Fisher was most active in
the Optimist Cliib of Miami Shores
which sponsors youth programs for
boys Survivors Wotud* his wife Carmen
A., sons. H Adam i Skip and Howard,
daughter Sharon Ladin and 2 grand-
children Services ere Jan. 23 with
burial at Lakeside Memorial Park
MODES
Edith M. a long time resident of Miami
died in Elgin III Jan. 1 She came to
Miami from Allentown. Pa in 1947 A
farmer member of Beth David Syna-
Sigue She Is survived by her daughsers
eien Friedman of Boston and Jane
Schwartz of Elgin: her son Henry of
Miami, daughter-in-law Ruth, son-in-
law Sam Schwartz and grandchildren
Martha and David Friedman, Sara Jo.
Ann and Daniel Schwartz. Matthew and
James Hodes two sisters Mae Miller of
Naranja and Ross Berman of New
York
When a loss occurs
away from home.
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understanding service.
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CONTENTS
China's
Jewish Community
Memories of
An Era Past Page 3
Shapiro Named Chairman of
Multiple Appeals
Committee Page 4
First Synagogue Leadership
Conference Set for Feb. 13
NCJW's R & M Service
Expands English Program
For Refugees Page 5
Every Day A New
Beginning Page 6
February Community
Calendar Page 8
CRC Urges Action for
Haitian Refugees
American Jewish Response
To Cambodian Refugees
Exceeds $100,000 Page 10
Are More Jews Becoming
Alcoholics? Page 11
First Pacesetter Mission
To Washington, D.C. Next
On Campaign Agenda
Page 12
FEDERATION
Vol. 1, No. 5
January 1980
Published 10 times annually by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone (305) 576-4000
President
L. Jules Arkin
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman. Public Relations Committee
Eh Timoner
About
Our
Cover
Our cover art was done by artist
Monique Perwin. Moniquc. a 7th
grade student at the South Dade
Hebrew Academy, is among the
many children at Jewish schools
throughout Dade County who will be
celebrating Tu B'SheiaL the New
Year of the Trees, on February 2nd.
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The Paintings of Sam Grodensky
See "EVERY DAY" Page 8


AN ERA PAST
In 1946, as many as 40,000 Jews lived
in China, mainly engaged in commerce
and industry and stemming their roots
from Sephardic trading families who
arrived hundreds of years earlier, a
Russian emigre community which
arrived in the wake of the 1917
Revolution, or the frantic Jewish depar-
ture from Hitler's Germany and Austria
in the 1930s.
However they arrived. Shanghai and
the other Chinese cities where Jews lived
became shortlived havens from crisis and
revolution and with the exception of
many of the German and Austrian Jews
who arrived in desperate circumstan-
ces, life in China approached an ideal
rely reached in Jewish communities
W here in the world.
VivianOberstein, now <>t Miami Beach
nbers "an excellent life not jusl
iterially, but in all respects." She
>i lively and intense Jewish life,
: than that which her parents left
in revolutionary Russia. Her
was head of the Zionist movement
Shanghai and also founded the
Stiangh.ii (>RT chapter.
Born and raised in China, she like most
: he other .lews of China were stateless
citizens, living in Shanghai's Inter
national Settlement or under the protec-
tion of the French in the Concession in
that city.
Others in China's Jewish community
lived in Tsientsin and Harbin, the latter
a major point of entry for Jews who fled
Europe's crises via the Trans-Siberian
Railway into China.
Joseph Godkin, also born of Russian
Jewish emigre parents in Shanghai,
reminisced from his Miami Beach home
about his 30 years in China.
His family arrived in China when
World War I interrupted his mother's
plans to resettle the family in Palestine.
Although he and others in his family set-
tled into the mainstream of Furopean life
in Shanghai, learning English, and par-
ticipating in the full economic and
cultural life the city offered, his mother
refused to be held back from her original
goal and left China for Palestine in the
1920s.
'We enjoyed the good life in
Shanghai," said Godkin. "The Jews
became involved in the import-export
business or became shopkeepers for the
most part,'" he said, recalling his own
years in the woolen import business.
"We got along well with the Chinese." he
said, "while living pretty much in our
own self-contained European world.
***
Jews are known to have lived in China
more than 1.000 years ago.
foreign merchants were encouraged to
come to China by the ruling monarehs,
and Jews were not singled out from any
other group which took advantage of
t hina's trade possibilities.
Button worn on
lapel of those
leaving
Hong Kew ghetto.
Chinese characters
s ta te,
"May Pass."
One early colony of Jews which has
finally been absorbed into the Chinese
population only in the 20th century built
a synagogue in the Chinese style in
K'aifeng.
Following the Russo-Japanese War in
1905, some Russian Jews emigrated to
China, but the largest migration followed
the rise of the Nazis to power in Ger-
many.
By 1930, almost half of Shanghais
Western population of 60,000 was
Jewish including former Secretary of the
Treasury W. Michael Blumenthal who
escaped Berlin with his parents.
Shanghai was full of the landmarks of
a thriving Jewish community, including
affluent Sephardic synagogues and one
Ashkenazi. a Jewish club, and a Jewish
day school.
One building in downtown Shanghai,
still identifiable as a synagogue, now
serves as a commercial storage facility.
Other religious buildings, both Jewish
and Christian were destroyed during the
Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and
1970s.
Still extant, however, is the Hongkew
section of the city, which became a
Jewish ghetto during the Japanese oc-
cupation of Shanghai in World War II
for German. Polish, and refugee East
Kuropean Jews who were not legal
residents either of the International Set-
tlement or the French Concession.
The section, consisting of poor dilapi-
dated houses, became home for the
refugees tor several years. Main of these
refugee's, fortunate enough to leave
Furope with many of the comfortable ac-
coutrements of their former affluent
lives, managed to survive the years of
squalor and unemployment in the section
through the sale of these precious
valuables.
Difficult as the years of ghetto living
and Japanese occupation were. Joseph
Godkin considered the Japanese oc-
cupation of Shanghai 'much easier com-
pared to the other Chinese cities, and of
course nothing like Furope."
Shanghai was under the jurisdiction of
the Japanese Navy rather than the Ar-
my, he explained and as such received
more lenient treatment under occupa-
The end of the war brought a resump-
tion of the import-export business which
sustained many of the Jews of China.
and with the revived economy came a
return to the good life known by most
China's Jews.
That shortlived period, however, cai
to an end with the Commun -t takeovei
ol China which siw Shanghai fall in 19 18
As they did following the Communist
victory in Russia in 1917, Shanghai's
Russian Jewish community, along with
the others once again found themselves
seeking new homes. Some found their
way to the new State of Israel.
Others resettled in the United States
or in Cuba where they would once again
be forced to flee not too many years later
from another Communist revolution.
Today's China is virtually devoid of
any Jewish presence.
Not even a dozen identifiable Jews
remain in China. Of these, the American
Joint Distribution Committee, a benefici-
ary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign, helps sup-
port five elderly Jews in Shanghai and a
woman in Canton.
Others serve in the Chinese govern-
ment and still others have Chinese spou-
ses and no longer identify themselves as
Jews.
Israel "Eppi" Fpstein. a native of
China, emigrated to Canada and return-
ed to China. He now works in the Foreign
Language Press in Peking, as does Sid-
ne\ Shapiro. Other Jews in China include
Solomon Adler, formerly a U.S. Treasury
representative in Chungking during
World War II. and David Kruk. a teacher
in the Foreign Language Institute.
The Palace Hotel, built along
Shanghai's waterfront in 1927 by the
British Jewish Sassoon family is now the
Peace Hotel and continues to be a land-
mark in Shanghai. That family's Shang-
hai mansion is now the King Kong Hotel.
The community's cemeteries, usually
the most informative remainder of a
culture which has departed a place, are
now but memories. One. which had ex-
isted since 1849. is now the People's
Park, while a larger ground, which came
into use following the influx of the 1930s,
is no longer in use, many of its graves
having been moved to other parts of the
city.
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NAMED CHAIRMAN
OF MULTIPLE ____r
APPEALS COMMITTEE
Edward Shapiro has been named
chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federations Multiple Appeals Commit-
tee, which works to eliminate duplication
and effect more efficient timing in the
various fund raising efforts in the
Greater Miami Jewish community.
Shapiro, a member of the Federation
Board of Directors, is also chairman of
the Board of Trustees of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
The Multiple Appeals Committee was
created in 1970 to establish guidelines
for the many fund raising efforts in the
community.
The guidelines, contained in a
"Multiple Appeals Resolution," seek to
coordinate all Jewish community fund
raising drives so that one does not inter-
fere with the time, format or potential of
another.
Each of the nearly 200 signatories to
the resolution agrees not to participate
by working in or contributing to any
campaign directed to the Jewish com-
munity unless clearance has been ob-
tained through the Multiple Appeals
Committee. The number of signatories is
expected to grow to 400 by the end of
1980 as a result of a renewed effort to
reach larger numbers of Greater Miami's
Jewish leadership.
The problem of overlapping appeals
was resolved on May 27. 1970 when the
"Multiple Appeals Resolution" (of-
ficially known as "Resolution and
Guidelines of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Multiple Appeals Commit-
tee Pertaining to Independent and Sup-
plemental Fund Raising Campaigns for
Maintenance and Capital Funds on
Behalf of Local, National and Overseas
Agencies, Institutions. and
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Edward Shapiro
Organizations in the Greater Miami
Jewish Community") was unanimously
adopted by the Board of Directors and
endorsed by more than 150 community
leaders in an historic action.
"Many of the most active and
generous citizens of our community were
being besieged for contributions during a
very limited time period," Shapiro said.
"This then unique resolution, which has
served as a model for other Jewish com-
munities throughout the United States,
has helped reduce excessive burdens
upon this community and upon the time
of its leadership."
"I think the existence of this
resolution and committee helps not only
the citizenship of our community but
every educational, health and welfare
organization seeking to achieve its
maximum fund raising potential in
Miami," Shapiro said.
The Multiple Appeals Committee
meets quarterly to coordinate the timing.
objectives and methods of fund raising.
and to interpret to various organizations
the policy of the Resolution.
In the past eight years, cooperation
among organizations sponsoring fund
raising efforts has become widespread.
Recognition of the period between
January 1 and March 15 as "prime
months for Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign has become universally
recognized.
"The work of the Multiple Appeals
Committee within the Greater Miami
Jewish community has enabled us to en
ter the 1980s with a record of constant
progress toward more orderly campaigns
and increased cooperation among the
organizations represented here." Shapiro
said.

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Clean Out Your Attic!
Donate Recreational Items
To Federation Towers
The residents of Federation Towers, GMJF's 11-
story apartment building for the elderly, would welcome
donations of items to help fill their leisure hours.
Games, musical instruments, sewing machines, card
tables, AV equipment, records and record players are some
of the items suggested. In addition, indoor plants and art
work would be appreciated to help brighten and beautify
the public areas.
Donations are tax deductible. For further infor-
mation please contact the Building Manager's office at 531-
2388.

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IRST SYNAGOGUE
LEADERSHIP
CONFERENCE
SET FOR FER13
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Hundreds of rabbis, officers and
leadership from Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform synagogues throughout
Greater Miami are expected to attend a
first-of-its-kind Synagogue Leadership
Conference, sponsored by the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation on
Wednesday. February 13. The Conferen-
ce will take place at the Federation
building. 4200 Biscayne Boulevard.
Miami, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The Conference agenda will focus on
identifying local, national and overseas
Jewish needs in the 1980s and deter-
mining goals to help meet those needs.
The work-hops will cover three main dis-
cussion points; the validity of needs, the
capacity >t the community to meet t hose
ind techniques to obtain the
Samuel I. Adler, general campaign
hairman tor the 1980 Combined .Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
scribes the Conference as "a landmark
occasion in the relationship between the
synagogues and Federation, uniting the
Jewish community for the betterment of
all Jews, everywhere."
The synagogues represent a vital
segment of our .Jewish community and
their support promises a good future.
Adler stated. 'VVearealsovery pleased to
announce that the Conference coincides
in the same week with the Rabbinical As-
sociation s designation of February 15
and 16 as Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund Sabbath." he said.
1'lanning the agenda are members of
the Rabbinical Association's Executive
Committee and Synagogue leadership
conference Committee, including Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Menorah:
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth
Am: Rabbi Lewis F. Bogage. Union of
American Hebrew Congregations; Rabbi
Michael B. Fisenstat. Temple Judea:
Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Temple Adath
Yeshurun; Rabbi Ralph 1* Kingsley,
Temple Sinai of North Dade; Rabbi I.eon
Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom; Rabbi Sol
Landau, Beth David Congregation; Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman. Temple Fmanu-Fl;
Rabbinical Association members helping to plan the upcoming Conference arc ifrom left, seated! Rabbi
Ralph P Kingsley, Rabbi Inrng-'liehrman. Rabbi Herbert hi Baumgard, 'from left, standing) Rabbi
Michael P Eisenstat, Rabbi Simcha" Freedman. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Rabbi Mayer Abramou iU, Rabbi
Solomon H WaJdenberg, Rabbi Harry Tabachmkoffand Rabbi Sol Landau.
"The Rabbinical Association is co-
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz.: Beth Torah
Congregation; Rabbi David B. Saltzman.
United Synagogue of America; Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami executive vice
president; Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff.
Temple Bet Breira; Rabbi Solomon H.
VValdenberg. Israelite Center.
Others assisting in planning for the
Conference are Rabbi Fdwin Farber.
Temple Samu-El; Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid: Rabbi
Louis M. Lederman. Temple Beth
Moshe; Rabbi .Joseph R. \arot. Temple
Israel of Greater Miami: Rabbi Norman
Shapiro. Temple Zion; and Rabbi Tiber
Stern. .Jacob ('. Cohen Community
S\ nagogue.
NCJW's R & M Service Fxpands
English Program for Refugees
sponsoring this conference in an effort to
combine the talents and resources of the
synagogues and Federation in order to
help solve the problems facing the
Jewish people in the coming decade."'
explains Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
president of the Rabbinical Association
and spiritual leader of Temple Menorah.
"It is an important step in clutivating
the relationship between synagogues and
Federation. We are committed to
meeting the same needs to help make
this Jewish community an example for
others.''
The Conference program begins at .">:.'*()
p.m. with cocktails, followed by dinner at
6 p.m. For further information and reser-
vations call the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami. 576-4000.
The Rescue and Migration Service of
the National Council of Jewish Women
recently expanded its English Language
Program to meet the needs of try
growing number of refugees being reset
tied through the Greater Miami Jewish
lech-ration's Russian Resettlement
Program,
The Supplementary Fnglish Language
Program, under the supervision of chair-
man Sue Horowitz, is conducting addi-
tional classes Tuesdav and Thursd.
evenings at Federation Towers. 7.r'7
West Avenue, Miami Beach. Taught In-
retired professional teachers, the classes
are divided into two groups. Beginners
Fnglish I and Advanced Fnglish II. In
special circumstances, private tutoring is
arranged tor the homebound and for
children in public schools.
The NCJW Rescue and Migration Ser-
vice is chaired by Judy Levin.
For further information on this and
other programs ol the National Council
i i. v jsh Women, call 576 1747.


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It is written that life never ends, it al-
ways begins. For Sam Grodensky, a man
who began his life's true work when
others are prepared to end their's, every
day was a new beginning.
Those who lived and worked with him
said that he must have been born with a
pencil and sketch pad in his hands. The
many hundreds of paintings and sket-
ches now in private galleries, museums
and public buildings around the United
States represent the work of his last 18
years alone.
The work he produced from the time
he closed his Brooklyn, N.Y. business
and moved to Coral Gables in 1956 to the
time of his death in 1974 combined the
experiences and inspiration of a lifetime.
Although much of Grodensky's work
centers around Jewish themes the
emotion conveyed through his subjects
is drawn from the depths of his
memories. Many of the themes reflect his
origins in a Brooklyn Orthodox Jewish
home and neighborhood, while much of
the striking color seems to be inspired by
the South Florida skies he came to love
in the last vears of his life.
Once he settled in Florida, he never
had to travel for inspiration.' said
Morris Richman. his son-in-law. "He was
such a tremendously driven man who felt
he had to use every waking moment to
make up for what he considered the 40
wasted years he spent in business."
The youngest of 11 children. Groden-
sky had always planned to join his father
in his yarn and wool business, but
studied art at the National Academy of
Design at his fathers insistence.
Following his Army service in World
War I. Grodensky returned to Brooklyn
to expand the business his father had
begun.
Although an easel always stood in the
back of the store. Grodensky was not
overly productive in the decade following
the war. but the slow days of the
Depression gave him more time to
devote to what had become his true
satisfaction in life.
Despite the challenge of developing a
small neighborhood business into an area
landmark and financial success. Groden-
sky was constantly plagued by the
feeling that life was passing him by and
that he was not devoting the time he
needed to the painting from which he
derived his genuine satisfaction.
With the closing of his business
followed by his move to Florida at the
age of 62. Grodensky was finally able to
begin life anew enrolling at the Univer-
sity of Miami to study art once again.
Following three years of study with
Miami artist Eugene Massin. who
gradually moved Grodensky away from a
highly detailed classical realist style and
into a more free flowing expressionist
medium. Grodensky was on his own.
exhibiting, painting and selling to a
growing audience of devotees.
JEREMIAH
This change to more free flowing color,
feeling and movement pleased Groden-
sky. and apparently pleased others as
well.
Beginning with local exhibits in 1958,
Grodensky's work was soon traveling
throughout the United States winning
first prizes in numerous shows.
Some of his work is now housed in the
Lowe Art Gallery in Miami Beach, the
Park Avenue Synagogue in New York.
the Telshe Yeshiva in Cleveland and
Temple Judea in Coral Gables, where
much of his work remains on permanent
exhibition.
His success with sculpture, begun in
1967. was shortlived only because
Grodensky's doctors felt the work too
strenuous for him.
However, in the space of a few short
years, he was able to produce several
major works which carry many of the
characteristics of his expression^
painting.
"Every morning is a gift,' Grodensky
used to say. His inspiration and prolific
output was limited only by time. He con
sidered the last 18 years of his life his
most rewarding; in manv wavs a second
start.
If. as Grodensky believed. God gran-
ted him two lives, the work he left us re-
flected the depth of experience of his first
life and the new found youth and vitality
of his second.



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EBRUARY
CA1ENDAR
Friday, February 1
Temple Beth Am
25th Anniversary Celebration
Guest Speaker: Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
President of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations
8:30p.m.
at Temple Sanctuary-
Sat urday, February 2
Temple Israel
Sisterhood Art Auction
Cocktails: 7 p.m.
Auction: 8 p.m.
Admission Free
at Temple Israel -
Wolfson Auditorium
Saturday, February 2 -
Monday. February 1
Temple Emami-El Antique Show
--.it urday. 7-11 p.m.
Sunda} N'oon In p.m.
Monday V><>n (> p.m.
at Temple Ballroom
Sunday, February :\
Jewish Community Center -
South Dade
"Country Fair"
at 12401S.W. 102 Ave.. Miami
Temple Israel -
Greenfield Lecture Series
Guest Speaker: Rolf Wartenberg
"From Babi Yar to Nuremberg"'
10a.m.
at Temple Israel
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Singles Picnic (age 50 + )
11 a.m.
at Greynolds Park Log Shelter
N.E. 22 Ave. \ Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach
Synagogue of Kendale Lakes Sisterhood
"Jewish Tradition & Crafts Fair"
Noon
at Kendale Lake-. Elementary School
8000S.W. 142 We .Miami '
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Singles Wine & Cheese Part}
(ages 30-45)
For information call: 932-4200or940-9960
Tuesday, February 5
Jewish Professional Women Meeting
7:30 p.m.
at Federation building. Rooms 2A-2B
Jewish Community Center South Dade
"Conversational Yiddish" h weeks
7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
at 12401 s.w. 102 Ave.. Miami
Jewish Community Center South Dade
"Conversational Hebrew" -6weeks
7:30 -9:30p.m.
at 12101 S.W. 102 Ave .Miami
Wednesday, February 6
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Cultural Arts Department Encounters in
\rt Workshop
'Paper as Art
10 a.m.-J p.m.
For information call: 932-4200
Jewish Community Center South Dade
"The Source" s weeks
7:30-8:30 p.m.
at 12401 S.W. 102 Ave..Miami
Jewish Community Center South Dade
Mid-East Update" S weeks
B 15 9 I5p.m
,u 12401 S U 102 \\.- Miami
Temple Beth Sholom
(ireal Vrl ists Series
'
Istomin, Rose, Stern I : io
m
at the Theatre of the l'< rtormkig \rts
Thursday, February 7
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
('enter
Single Parents Rap Session"
"Growth Through Guilt"
s p.m.
at the Jewish Community Center
Sunday, February 10
Temple Israel
Greenfield Lecture Scries
Marsha I. Rozenblii Jews ,>t Vienna
Before World War I
m
al Temple Israel
Moadon l\ ri
Banquet Luncheon
0p.m.
at the Konover Hotel
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
( enter-
Singles 'Rap Session"
'ages 10-551
"Mid-Life Meanderings & Philanderiiun"
':30p.m.
at JCC Auditorium
Tuesday, February 12
Temple I srael Sisterhood
Sound ol Hooks
0a rn
femple fsrael
8
Wednesday, February 13
Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Cultural Arts Department
Encounters in Art Workshop
The Art of Calligraphy"
10 a.m. 3 p.m.
For information call 932-4200
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artist Series Great Performances
Series
Jean Pierre Kampal. LagO) a
- 10 p m
al the Theatre of the Performing Arts
February l(i 1!)
Histadrul Foundation
Mid Winter Conference Inaugural Assembly
.it thi' Konover Hotel
For reservations call 531 -8702
Sunday, February 17
Temple Beth Am Brotherhood Breakfast
and Oil"
' 10 a m
at Temple Beth Km Youth Lounge
Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club Israeli Theme
Breakfast
Guest Speaker Dr Gershon Winer
, m
al Tempi. Emanu-EI
Reservations Required
Tor information call 538 251
Temple Israel Greenfield Lecture Series
James F Harris \n [ronjc Symbiosis
Jewish Emancipation and German Vnti
Semitism '
lOa.m
at Temple Israel
Koach Chapter of Miami Beach Region
Hadassah
Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Noon
al 2335 Meridian Vve Miami Beach
\-.e.a,,onoi Parentsol American Israelis
I 3:30 p.m.
'" federation building, Vuditoriums \ & B
Beth Israel Congregal ion
Silver \nniversar) Dinner
"ononngDr and Mrs Irwin Makovsky
''I1 m at theOmni II


-Ann Russell Jewish Community
|Swim Party (age 50+ )
fwish Community Center Indoor Pool
lesday, February 20
Beth Sholom Art Auction
f'Talma'"
He Both Sholom
Ann Russell Jewish Community
Arts Department Encounters in
rkshop
taking as Art & Investment"
3 p .m.
h-mation call: 932-4200
l-'.manu-Kl Forum Series
Speaker: Jack Anderson
Irmationcall: 538 2503
id ay, February 21
I sraeli Lighthouse for the HIind
ioltlstein Chapter
>n Meeting
Speaker: Mrs. Knid Dank. National
it
ivited Noon
ungton Federal. 633 N.K. 167 St..
Iuimi Beach
in Friends of Hebrew University
|'s Division
of the Year Luncheon"
[den K<><- Hotel
hr, February 22
Council of Jewish Women
hjislation Day
2 p m.
Hion building, Auditoriums A. B, C
Beth Am
I Center Dedication
'< Beth Am Sanctuary & Grounds
day, February 23
family league of Temple Kmanu Kl
fng an Art Auction
pd Ballroom. Preview; 7 pm. Auction
Beth Sholom
[Artists Series Great Performances
[M.rk Zeltser
i[e Beth Sholom
11 Ave., Miami Beach
Sunday, February 24
Temple Israel Greenfield Lecture Series
Guest Speaker: Dr. Bernard Schechterman -
"Arab World Developments & Perspectives"
I Including Israeli Implications)
10a.m.
at Temple Israel
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Singles Brunch (ages 40-55)
10:30 a.m.
at the Jewish Community Center -
Katz Auditorium
Wednesday, February 27
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
Cultural Arts Department
Encounters in Art Workshop
"Sculpture from hand-built Pottery Two
Portraits"
10 a.m. 3 p.m.
For information call: 932-4200
Jewish Theological Seminary of America
Convocation
at Temple Kmanu-Kl. Main Sanctuary
3 p.m.
Public Invited
Thursday, February 28
Hi Rise Tikvah Chapter of Pioneer Women
Annual Child Rescue Fund Luncheon
Guest Speaker: Harriet Green
Chairman: Clara Rubinstein
Noon
at the Shelborne Hotel. 1801 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
Entertainment
Public Invited
We would like to include as many events as possible of community interest in
FEDERATION'S Community Calendar.
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UHlitS AC I NIK
In response to increased understand-
ing of the refugee movement from Haiti
directed toward the United States main-
land and Florida in particular, the Com-
munity Relations Committee (CRC) of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has mounted a campaign aimed at clari-
fying the legal status of the 8,000 to
10,000 Haitian refugees who have landed
on our shores.
A two part resolution passed recently
by the CRC calls for the Attorney
General of the United States to im-
mediately grant parole status political
asylum to all Haitians presently in the
United States seeking political asylum
and that the United States government
policy regarding Haiti seek to ease the
conditions causing Haitians to leave
their homeland.
The discussion before the CRC was
supplemented with a presentation by Ira
Kurzban, an attorney with the Haitian
Refugee Center in Miami who discussed
the conditions of the Haitians in their
homeland and South Florida and urged
the group to adopt the political asylum
clause.
The resolution urging the United
States Government to persuade the
Haitian Government to ease political
conditions causing the refugee exodus
has prompted letters to President Carter,
Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti, the
South Florida Congressional delegation
including Senators Richard Stone and
Lawton Chiles, Congressmen William
Lehman, Claude D. Pepper and Dante
Fascell, along with Commissioner of
Immigration and Naturalization Leonel
J. Castillo.
The letters, signed by Community
Relations Committee Chairman Norman
H. Lipoff and Domestic Concerns Com-
mittee Chairwoman Anna Mae Ross,
commend the successful effort in the
House of Representatives to pass legisla-
tion which would reimburse local com-
munities for funds they have spent for
the welfare needs of the refugees.
At the same time, the letters state,
"this move toward reimbursement,
though extremely important, resolves
only part of the problem.'* "At the
December meeting of the Community Re-
lations Committee, after full discussion,
the resolution calling for asylum for the
Haitian refugees was adopted.*'
The letters to Senators Chiles and
Stone ask that they help in passing
similar legislation in the Senate, calling
for reimbursement by the Federal
Government to local communities for
monies spent to aid the refugees and
thereby recognize the "principle that the
Federal Government is responsible for
the welfare of refugees who seek United
States asylum.'*
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Resolution
WHEREAS the Judaic Heritage has moved
Jews to profound concern and sensitivity for those
who suffer abuse, and
WHEREAS the United States, in keeping with
its heritage as a refuge for the oppressed and per-
secuted, has welcomed and given blanket parole sta-
tus to numerous thousands of Vietnamese, Cuban,
and other refugees, and
WHEREAS eight to ten (8 to 10) thousand Hai-
tians have in the last many years risked their lives,
crossing hundreds of miles of ocean in small boats
and leaving their families, to flee repressive con-
ditions in their homeland and seek political asylum in
the United States,
THEREFORE be it RESOLVED that the Attor
ney General of the United States shall immediately
grant parole political asylum to all Haitians
presently in the United States who seek political
asylum, and
FURTHER be it RESOLVED that the United
States foreign policy, as it relates to Haiti, should
have as its highest purpose, the easing of those con-
ditions which cause Haitians to flee their homeland.
American Jewish Response to Cambodian Refugees
Exceeds $100,000 and Still Growing
The response of Miami Jewry to the
needs of the Cambodian refugees has
been "a heart warming demonstration of
concern"' according to L. Jules Arkin.
President of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Arkin reported that Miami is one of
more than 100 communities actively par-
ticipating in the program of Cambodian
relief, and noted that rabbis and Jewish
educators were also playing an active
role and "seeking to involve large
segments of the Jewish community in
this charitable effort."'
American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee Executive Vice President.
Ralph I. Goldman, noted that the
$100,000 already received included
donations from thousands of concerned
individuals as well as institutions. The
JDC was empowered by its Board of
Directors to enable the American Jewish
community to participate in this
humanitarian program through its own
institutions. The JDC." he added, "with
65 years of experience as the overseas
relief arm of the American Jewish com-
munity, is the logical institution to turn
to."
Goldman said plans are well underway
for the dispatch of an American-Jewish
medical and social work team to aid the
refugees.
I urge the public not to be
discouraged by the reports from Cam-
bodia that the agencies there are having
a difficult time continuing in their ef-
forts.'* said Goldman. The verv con-
ditions that make this work difficult
now. is making it all the more important
for us to continue the moment that it is
feasible. In addition." he added, "our
partners in the Inter-faith Hunger Ap-
peal the Church World Service, the
Catholic Relief Service and other agen-
cies are having success in reaching the
famine area of Cambodia along the
oS?n!Sd rrder and the work with the
^50,000 refugees in camps in Thailand
may have to go on for vears thus it is
imperative that those who wish to help
do not hesitate." .
Arkin praised the willingness of the
local community to aid the Cambodian
program. "It is laudable and is a tribute
to their deep commitment to
humanitarian concerns." he said.


JEWS BECOMING
ALCOHOLICS?
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Svracuse University sociologist.
rting on what he called the first
itific study of contemporary
ting habits among American Jews.
[preliminary findings indicated a vir-
absence of alcohol abuse among
It Jews. The basic conclusion and
I Harry Glassners supporting data
challenged in almost every detail by
lew York rabbi who founded a
praiion task force on Jewish alco-
|m in New York city several years
le university report on the study by
I Glassner said the findings disputed
krtfl that American Jews are steadily
)ming addicted to alcohol in greater
ibers. The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
nade a copy of the Glassner report
lable to Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman
le Central Synagogue where the rab-
irranged in 1973 the first Alcoholics
)nymous unit for Jews in any city
igogue. He founded the task force
|er the auspices of the Commission on
fcagogue Relations of the Federation
vish Philanthropies.
ibbi Zimmerman has reduced his ac-
role on the task force and currently
res it as a consultant. He told the
that the AA unit in his synagogue
tinued to function and that six other
units have since been organized in
York City synagogues.
Prof. Glassner reported he found
thing that could be termed "alcohol
|k" among a sample of HH Jewish men
women in Syracuse, an upstate New
|k city with a population of about
LOOO. The American Jewish Year
)k listed the estimated Jewish
Illation of Syracuse at 11.000.
rof. Glassner declared that "we are
pdent that in this community."' the
oi Jewish alcoholism "is not going
land, although the findings may not
>nii equally to larger metropolitan
ks. the Syracuse community is quite
psentative."
[< reported starting his study in 1977.
)sing a random scientific sample of
>cuse Jews, each interviewed two to
hours. Areas covered included
nous background and practice, ex-
lences with alcohol, entertainment
I relaxation patterns, integration into
fish and other communities, drug use.
rail family life, work and business
[ditions, relations to similar age
ips and socio-economic factors.
He reported that what emerged from
the interviews was a Jewish cultural "life
script." followed from childhood, which
inhibited alcohol abuse. He said 7.1 per-
cent of the American adult population is
classified as alcoholics while less than
one percent of American Jews were so
classified.
To the question of what "immunizes"
Jews against alcoholism. Prof. Glassner
declared that "Jews learn about drinking
without excess while they are children
because contact with alcohol is predic-
table and usually takes place at home
among family and friends." He said Jews
know "when, where, under what circum-
stances in homes as opposed to public
places, for example how much and
even what types of alcoholic beverages
will be consumed."
He said he found Jews tend to
associate alcohol abuse with non-Jews,
commenting that sayings that equate
drunkenness with non-Jews are common
in Jewish culture, possibly stemming
from Kuropean countries where drunken-
ness and rioting by non-Jews during
pogroms resulted in death and hardship
for .lews.
Glassner reported the study found
another reinforcing factor "in basic
friendship groups." so that "in party
groups and other social-drinking-
occasions Jews tend to gather their
friends from among those who think
similarly and who avoid drinking to in-
sensibility."
He contended his sample was statis-
tically representative of at least 95 per-
cent of Syracuse's Jewish population,
and that it included Jews of all ages, oc-
cupations, social levels, religious prac-
titioners and non-practitioners. He
stressed that his study was a "pilot ef-
fort" and tha major sociological and
other research was needed to solve "the
Jewish drinking mystery."
Provided with a copy of the university
report by the JTA and asked for com-
ment, Rabbi Zimmerman differed vir-
tually on everv one of Prof. Glassners
conclusions. He said that the Glassner
sample, "no matter how carefully selec-
ted." could not be representative of
Syracuse Jews "and certainly not of
Jews in the major urban areas of this
country."
Rabbi Zimmerman challenged Prof.
Glassners "cultural life script." a key
element in the Syracuse sociologist's
evaluation of the purported freedom
from alcoholism by Syracuse Jews and.
by extrapolation, by American Jews
generally. The rabbi said the "shame"
and "guilt" involved in alcoholism and
the additional specific Jewish "myth"
that Jews do not drink have made it
"virtually impossible for many Jews to
admit to being alcoholics.'
Instead, he asserted. Jews "tend to
find other explanations (specifically
psychological) for their problems." He
declared that "those of us working in the
field and who have counseled Jewish
alcoholics, have discovered that the so-
called cultural life script' that Glassner
mentions often prevents Jews from ad-
mitting that they are alcoholicss rather
than preventing them from becoming
alcoholics." and that "very often the
'life script' prevents treatment."
He said Jews "are reluctant to admit
that they are alcoholics. Thus to ask
them or to try to deduce why they are
not alcoholics' is to beg the question."
Commenting on beliefs by Glassner s
subjects that only non-Jews drink. Rabbi
Zimmerman declared that if Jews really
believed that, they would "never admit
that they have that problem." He said
he would add to Glassners summary of
his respondents' view that "if Jews in
general do not abuse alcohol, then the in-
dividual, as a Jew. must not abuse
alcohol." the additional statement that:
or not admit that he she abuses
alcohol."
Rabbi Zimmerman also declared that
"even if only one percent of American
Jews are alcoholics, we are dealing with a
large number of Jews. (Glassner had
used the term of less than one percent.)
Rabbi Zimmerman said one percent
could mean 40.000 to 50.000 alcoholic
Jews but added that "the reality is that
there are more Jewish alcoholics than
that and our problem is helping them to
admit their problem rather than masking
it and perpetuating the myth that Jews
do not drink."
Rabbi Zimmerman also questioned the
Glassner thesis that introduction of
children to alcohol under group control
through participation at festivals was a
preventative factor. He said reports from
rabbis and vouth workers throughout
the United States indicated a "rising tide
of alcohol abuse among young Jews."
adding that while such figures "do not
necessarily mean an increase in
alcoholism," it does indicate a dangerous
trend."
He also asserted that "we have evi.
dence from hotels and country clubs
which (20 years agol used to downplay
Jewish parties or organizational dinners
because of a lack of drinking" by Jewd
now "pursue the Jewish' trade." He also
declared that "drinking patterns on
college campuses are on the rise." adding
that while "we have not broken down
these figures to groupings, the large
number of Jewish youth going to college
indicates a problem there."
(JTA)


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As part of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations continuing effortto in-
volve more concerned Jews in the process of providing for human needs in
the Jewish community. Federation held a meeting of its Board of Directors
on January 8th at the Federation building, to which the public was invited.
Mark Talisman, director of the Washington office of the Council of Jewish
Federations, presented a wide-ranging survey of the status of Jewish com-
munities throughout the world.
Additionally, several GMJF committees, including Planning and
Budget. Community Relations and the Campaign Steering Committee
reported on activities to date. Those attending the meeting also received an
update on the Russian Resettlement Program in Miami, and a progress
report on Federation sreont South Dade organizational activities
Following these reports, members of the public participate in an infor-
mal question and answer session with committee chiarmen
L. Jules Arkin. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ex-:
pressed his pleasure at the excellent public response to this meeting
According to Arkin, the successful nature of Federation first opes
Board of Directors meeting indicates to us that it could very well *
followed by additional meeting! of a similar nature in the future
Pictured. Norman H Lipoff. a vice prc*ident of the GMJF addrwsui
members of the public and Board of Director* at the January 8th meeting
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While the momentum is already
building toward meeting the Greater
Miami Jewish Federations record cam-
paign for the 1980 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund with the
recent campaign kick-off dinner held
January 24th, Federation's Pacesetter
Division is firming up plans for its First
Mission to Washington, D.C, February
6-7,1980.
According to Val Silberman, Chairper-
son of the Washington Mission, "this
will be an unparalleled opportunity to
meet with State Department experts on
the Mideast, Senators and Congressmen,
and officials of the Israeli Embassy to
discuss the critical issues which affect
the Jewish community here and abroad.''
Highlights of the group's itinerary will
include: a private meeting at the White
House with a senio- State Department
spokesman, lunchec at the Capitol with
Congressman William Lehman and the
Florida congressional delegation, and a
mid-afternoon reception with U.S.
Senators. A private update and caucus at
the Israeli embassy will conclude the
day s activities.
The cost for the two-day mission is
$300, which includes airfare, hotel, meals
and transportation. A minimum gift of
$10,000 to the 1980 CJA-IEF is required
for participation.
For additional information, please con-
tact Howard Klein at the Federation
576-4000.

Val Silberman


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