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

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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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reater Miami Jewish Federation Supplement. Special Insert
"Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
53 Number 10
THREE SECTIONS
Miami. Florida March", 1980
IfMiilU Cent*
Pruc 3fj Cents
f
ina lie ft t and Oolda Mtrir at the ctlebration of 25
Yisraelin 1946.
Ihanna Rovina
'Lady' of Israels
Stage Dead at 90
LYNNETTE SHIFMAN
n Feb. 2,
HaS ItlM
ourning) fell on
.: .it the age of
cends upon the
?'-i Figure ol the
Irew si ,u-tress rthose
I '-. atregotra all over
world was s,, strong that
WBI inadequate to
on Yom Kippur
n B'Shei at, the
Year for trees Like the
ited then. the
h r genius will grow
out wherever the
' refl< luriahea
I he impossible
fight the unbeatable
*nd to reach the
1 star This w,,s her
1 l Hebrew theatre
:' language of
l''st in Communist
Russia and later in Fret/ Yisrael
in the State of Israel
(MANNA ROVINA. the first
v ol the Hebrew theatre.
fulfilled her dream She con
nbuted to the modern
renaissance <'f the Hebrew
igUSge through creating
Habima, the first Hebrew
national theutre. performed in
Hebrew to an audience thai used
the language in everyday life in a
Jewish homeland, and brought
JOJ and pleasure to millions who
watched her
The name of Channa Kovma
and Habima will forever be
linked Under the late Nshum
Zemach, Kovma and 11 other
actors struggled against the
harsh conditions ol 1917 Russia
to produce short one act play i
entitled twilight 0/ Oeafion.
They received much support and
led to Habima s official
recognition as one of the
Continued on Page 1"> A
But Firings Upheld
U.S.-Israel Ties
Not Eroding Evron
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
u \SHINOTON (JTAI -
Ephraim Evron, Israels
Ambassador to the United
States, cautioned American Jews
today not to regard Israeli-
American relations as being
eroded and expressed our
gratitude" to President Carter
for his part in achieving the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
Addressing a breakfast session
of the I'nited Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Conference at
the Sheraton Washington Hotel
shortly after Israel and Egypt
formally exchanged
Ambassadors, Evron advised.
Let s be more objective when we
face various issues" involving
Uraei and the I S
HE NOTED that a question
has lioen put to him as to "how-
far has erosion between the U.S.
and Israel gone?" He said.
\\ hen I didn't respond in an
affirmative manner. I was
criticized because I didn't buy
this idea that there has been an
erosion
Evron recalled that despite
President Truman s recognition
Ol Israel as a State in 1948.
Truman also had taken steps
contrarv to Israel's positions.
"Had there been an erosion in
Truman's position?" the Israeli
envoy asked.
The basic relationship"
between Israel and the U.S. as
"countries" and as "govern-
ments." he said, "is unique and
unshakeable. 1 don't mean we
don't have arguments, but we
would be making a great mistake
were we to say that the U.S. is
turning its back on Israel"
because "it would be encouraging
the Arabs to think that is
happening."
DECLARING, to applause,
that full diplomatic relations"
between Israel and Egypt are "a
reality and "is beginning
today." Evron emphasized that
"much, much credit is due to
President Carter for his per-
serverance. for twisting arms
(Egyptian President Anwar)
Sadat's arms for achieving
peace. So today, I want to extend
to him our gratitude for the role
he played in achieving that peace
between Egypt and Israel
The Israeli Ambassador drew
laughter when he said he didn't
want to interfere in American
politics He noted that he has
batoned U) Sen Edward Kennedy
(D., Mass I. and it was a
P-IO' Nw>
pleasure to hear him expound
support for Israel He said he
also heard the Republican
Presidential aspirants and "1
Continued on Page N-A
Heart Attack Victim
1
Death Takes Yigal Allon Suddenly;
Rains Dampen Thousands of Mourners
l^ing History of Illness 6-A
By YITZHAKSHARC.IL
GINOSSAR (JTAI -
Yigal Allon. a statesman,
soldier, pioneer and one of
the top ranking leaders of
the Labor Zionist
Movement in Israel, was
laid to rest here Mar. 2 in
the cemetery of Kibbutz
Ginossar, the village on the
shores of the Sea of Galilee
where he had made his
Yimil Allon
home for 4ti years. The
freshly dug grave was
topped by a mountain of
wreaths and stones brought
by mourners from all parts
of Israel in keeping with
Few ish tradition.
Allon died Friday at Afula
Hospital of a massive heart
attack at the age of 61 Tens ol
thousands of people atti tided his
funeral or stood ankle deep in
mud under a cold, torrential
rainstorm to witness the solemn
Continued on Page 7-A
Charge 'Shortcomings' in RFE Trifa Broadcast
W \MII\<;T0N (JTAI -
'Pwial investigation into
rree Europe's two broad-
of its interview last spring
'* "lleged Nazi war criminal
rchbishop Valerian Trifa
pncludes
frector of RPE
that the adminis-
cominga" of the
Ru
service who arranged them,
presents "a serious problem" to
the radios management, while
the conduct of two employes
who had denounced him "is com
plete justification for their
discharge.
\i cording to the report of the
manian investigators.
thi
i-mplc
Jacob Popper and Edgar Rafael.
h.ul acted in bad faith in taking
the position that they were
shocked and alarmed at the Trifa
broadcasts and they genuinely
believed thai Iron Guardism and
uiti-Semitiam were infiltrating
the Rumanian aervica <"f RFE).
No one in the aervice has such a
suspicion.
RATHER, according to the
investigators Roy Q Minton,
an Austin. Texas lawyer, and
Edward \le\ander of the U.S.
International Communications
Agency Popper and Rafael
were motivated by bitter per-
sonal animosities toward Noel
Bernard, the director, and their
superior in the RFE 8 Rumanian
mt\ ice
In extensive oral testimony
supplementing the report before
the House Subcommittee on
International Operat ions. Minton
Continued on Pane 12-A


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_________Friday, March
7.
before 2,000 persons in Dialogue, the public forum series.
Headlines
Abortion Amendment Under Fire
Charging that a 1979 amendment to the Illinois
Abortion Act of 1975 "eliminates the fun-
damental constitutional right of Illinois women to
obtain an abortion.'' the American Jewish
Congress has filed a friend-of-the-court brief with
the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
in Chicago supporting a lawsuit brought by four
physicians and two health clinics who say the
statute prevents them from engaging in proper
medical practices.
The amendment, known as SB47, was passed
by the Illinois Legislature last year, shortly after
portions of the original abortion law were declared
unconstitutional. Gov. James R. Thompson
vetoed the bill, but the veto was overridden by
the Legislature this past fall.
The brief cites Section 1 of the statute, which
expressly establishes that the State of Illinois is
against abortion." and which defines the embryo
as an unborn child and human being from the
moment of conception and thereby entitled to the
right to life under the Illinois Constitution."
David Jotkowitz. a New York businessman,
has been named Man of the Year by the National
Council of Young Israel. The award, for ex-
traordinary efforts on behalf of the Young Israel
movement and the Jewish community, will be
presented on Mar. 23 at the 68th Annual Young
Israel Youth Foundation Dinner at the Sheraton
Centre in New York, announced Nathaniel
n president of the National Count
.: Israel.
Jotkowiti is an officer and board member of
- in America and Isarel. as well as of
nstitutions, and is active on l>ehalf of
.md Israel Bonds
The Institute for Desert Research of Ben-
Gurion University of the Neg-\ will be renamed
the Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research
of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. ac-
cording to Ben-Gurion University President
SYosef Tekoah when he greeted members of the
Board of Governors of the American Jewish
"Committee visiting Israel. Among guests were
sMr and Mrs David Hirschhorn of Baltimore
Mr- Hirschhorn is the daughter of the late Jacob
Blaustein
Blaustein was a prominent American in-
dustrialist and an American Jewish oommunitv
leader With his father, he was a co-founder of the
American Oil Company in 1910 and became its
president in 1933. He was active in the fields of
petroleum, banking and diversified industrial
enterprises.
been alerted."' said Shirley I. Leviton. national
president of N'CJW. "We are working closely with
the Leadership Conference of Jewish Women's
Organizations to prevent the politicization of the
Mid-Decade World Conference of the UN
Decade for Women to be held in Copenhagen this
July."
The critical problems of the plight of Soviet
Jews, the U.S. response to these problems, the
present state of East-West relations. anti-
Semitism in the USSR, implications of recent
emigration trends, the 1980 Presidential cam-
paign and the Olympics are among the subjects to
be covered by the National Conference on Soviet
Jewry at a national leadership policy conference
The meeting will take place Apr. 13 to 15 in
Washington. NCSJ is the major coordinating
body for Soviet Jewry activities in the United
States, with 39 constituent national agencies and
local Jewish community councils and federations
in nearly 300 communities.
Burton S Ltvinson, NCSJ chairman, has
announced the appointment of Donald 1-efton oi
Miami as conference chairman Co-chairp*trsoni
are Joel Sprayrapn of Chicago ami Nan wood of
Sal l ouncil ol Jewish Women, Ne
______
Prol Do> Sadan of the Hebrew University hu*
reci >: thi At ran Literary Vward o( th<
for wish i ulture in the l nite
He' his lifelong research in th.
of Yiddish and Hebi an
eminent critic
Prof Sadan, who is Emeritus l'r I
!: Language and Literatun tie oi
aading writers, editors and translate
Born m Galicia in 1902 Sedan ipoke Yiddish a-
a child He became fluent in Hebrew at an early
age. and it ha- been the language of his life and
work sine- his immigration to Israel in 1925
" In an "Action Alert" concerning the upcoming
8Mid-Decade World Conference of the UN Debate
for Women. Eleanor Marvin, president of the
International Council of Jewish Women, warned
its 32 worldwide affiliates that an item on the
economic and social problems of the Palestinian
women had been added to the agenda
The National Council of Jewish Women has
responded, alone with several other affiliates
including NCJW in Canada and Women's
international Zionist Organization in Norway, in
^joining forces to fight the use of the upcoming
conference as a forum against Israel.
1 "We've sent out an alert to our Sections
regarding participation in regional preparatory
conferences, and our UN representatives have
The rising prices of oil and other sources of
energy will cause the United Stales to suffer
severely" during the course of this year, one of
the nation's leading economic analysts predicted
at a session of an Anti-Defamation League of
B nai B'rith meeting in Palm Beach.
Robert R. Nathan, chairman of a Washington
consulting firm bearing his name, said that
double-digit inflation will likely continue for the
coming year unless the nation reduces its
dependence on imported oil "especially oil from
the somewhat unstable Middle East"
The Exxon Education Foundation has made a
grant of $25,000 to Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion to provide support for a
symposium on ethics and corporate responsibility
which the college will conduct in the Brookdale
Center, its new home in the Washington Square
area of New York Cit)
The symposium, said Dr. Alfred Gottschalk.
Hebrew Union College president, who announced
the grant, is part of a program designed to focus
attention on the ethical dimensions of public
issues and problems and to apply historical and
philosophic insights drawn from religious
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Carter Says Our UN Vote Was Misunderstanding
WASHINGTON The was based on a faulty
hjnited States" vote for a understanding of just what
United Nations resolution the resolution said. This is
Lgainsl Israeli settlements the latest word from Preei-
in occupied Arab territories deal Carter Monday night.
"The United States vote
in the United Nations was
approved with the under-
standing that all references
to Jerusalem would be de-
Mews Briefs
French Recognize Palestinian Rights
PARIS K ranee Sunday
ofti.-ialU recognized "th*> right of
the Palestinian people to self-
Elimination."' thus implicitly
Eecepting 'he creation of a
Palestinian
President \ alery Giscard
i Estaing, on an official 10-day
lour of the mil states and Saudi
Arabia, said in a joint com-
nunujuf nh Kuwait. "The
French President and the Emir of
(uwail their conviction
ihat the Palestinian problem is
>u oni but that of a
ople which mual enjoy, within
ihc framework ol a just and
Pasting peaci the right to self-
.......
This is the firs! time that
Ifrano OUl in favor of
11 elf-d* termination
land thu- implicitl\ recognized an
i inian state
lip until now French official
'i,r. e mentioned oni)
r a Pali i ian homeland" and
Ihavi generall) supported some
regime
BONN \.i/i criminal Ernst
|l he former mayor
1 in small town of
I' IS been released
['' his appeal Ten
I .....i town, who still
* th the former SS
pied France, raised
( M irks m the
I
1' court which
leinnchsohn ordered
1 il the police
and to hand
It rejected
! 11 Free Martin
Kurt 1 ishks who
' and 10 years
i omplicity to
1 U{|s Egyptian Prime
Khali] has
* Krench President
'' ling's call
f'r ,h' on of the Pales-
F'n'an P right to self-deter
lUnation
M' Mid that this pnnciple is
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o taking place. Khalil
^"J tgypt welcomes anv
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Friday, Marrh'
Carter Strikes Again
There is absolutely no excuse for President
Carter's latest muff. How can it be conceivable that
he did not know the precise wording of the Security
Council Resolution that he ordered United Nations
Ambassador Donald McHenry to vote in favor of?
The result was a disastrous boost to the
propagandistic purposes and political machinations
of the Third World bloc against Israel that not even
the President's Monday night act of erasure can
mitigate.
Nor can his "I'm sorry, we didn't mean to vote
that way. and we did because we didn't understand
fully" do any good to the livid Israelis who. by the
U.S. vote were right in claiming that they had been
two timed and double-crossed by Mr. Carter.
All it can do is to give added muscle to the
bigots of the world who see all Jews. Zionism and
Israel as a secret intrigue of immense global propor-
tion with the power to sway the American
presidency, if not the very universe.
It is now crystal clear that the President simply
doesn't have his act together.
Redevelopment a Necessity
Almost from the beginning of its history. Miami
Beach has been the center of a flourishing Jewish
community. South Miami Beach has especially fond
memories for South Florida pioneers as the site of
Jewish residential proliferation. In northern climes,
as late as the 1960s. Miami Beach was spoken of
fondly as West Tel Aviv.
But the years have been unkind to South Miami
Beach as they have to every burgeoning city. Like
the others, the area today suffers the blight of un-
controlled growth and neglect, and it was inevitable
that city planners would come along with dreams of
urban renewal.
Such dreams are not unique to South Miami
Beach; they are characteristic of big cities every-
where. Hut Miami Beach planners and dreamers have
come up with big ideas characteristic of Miai
and Miami Beach since their beginnings
The ideas apart, including a little South Mil
Beach "Venice," the details of which we publish in
our news columns this week elsewhere, we urge our
readers to vote in favor of South Shore Redevelop'
ment in the referendum on Tuesday. Mar. 11.
\t major issue is what will happen to the
thousands of Jewish and other citizens now residing
there in substandard housing and who will be forced
to move. The fact is that no one will be required to
move until exchange housing has been made avail-
able. Furthermore, an escrow account in a local bank
in the names of the tenants or condo owners must be
established before any move is required. And those
who desire can remain in the area south of Sixth
Street.
A Humane Project
By voting for the proposal, which guarantees
exchange housing for thousands of tenants and con-
dominium owners below Sixth Street. Beach citizens
will insure a humane project which will transform the
South Shore area from its current state of excessive
crime and squalor into a community where our
elderly can walk the streets without fear.
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Arab Activists at U. of Miami
SOMETIMES, my impulse is
to take the Jewish community by
the scruff of the neck and shake it
until it begs, 'I give up" There
are such gross insensitivities that
pervade our ranks that too often
we are either unaware of a broad
constellation of profound dangers
to us. or else we just plain don t
care.
One such danger is at the
Universit) <>f Miami at this verj
moment. Simultaneously, our
best blood is either spending
American dollars in Paris, the
seat of Jewry's one and only true
and sincere "ally, or else in I.as
Vegas laughing it up with the
latest comic front for the mob.
MYSELF. I don't really give
much of a hang about the
University of Miami, which is
merely situated in the com-
munity. It is not of the com-
munity and so has not. in turn,
given "much of a hang about us
either.
Still, the danger that exisLs
Leo
Mindlin
there today grows like a cancer
vuth national and international
roots, and the Jews of South
Florida, who stand to be its ulti-
mate victims, seem to be as indif-
ferent to it as the insouciant
\ovagers in the fleshpots of Pans
and the gambling casinos of
Nevada's pi tit bourgeois
Camelot.
I have in mind the forward
phalanx of a group of Arab
students'' who are in attendance
at the Center for Advanced
International Studies at the
university. The Center offers
Master's and Doctoral depw,
but I am reliably informed 2
some of the Arabs at the Cerm.
if they do not already havetfw
degrees, are so close to miZ
them at other, far more a^
demically known institutions that
the question is why the) hav'eU
those institutions to come to th,
Univenit) of Miami at all
The question is especiallym
iatenl because ol the b,tu,
academic criticisms they have of
the Center The newel to the
question is ot course simple, *
least in some cases They arent
really students, or. put "another
way. they are as muck
students as are the frermec
terrorists who hold 50 Arnencans
hostage at the IS Kmbassv u
Teheran They haven't come to
study but to commit mayhem
THEY ARE political activist,.
infiltrators, whos> purpose it is to
assume ideological control of the
U of M Center, as they have ben
endeavoring to do with varving
degrees of success at the foreign
affairs schools of Georgetown.
Harvard and Stanford
Universities
Arab students on the
University of Miami campus
number in the hundreds Jewish
students make up a cadre in
excess of 3.000, or about one-
sixth of the total I'M student
population of 18.000 Thii rr.iv
not be a substantial proportion
judged from the point ol view of
the totality, but reckoned in
terms of the \r.il> sector Ji
students represent a ion - \nd what are the doing about
the Arab challer about
as much U thi
doing about it in Pai
\ pgas ( k it thi
ipa the}
bi aches ur r
university in
Corvette*
A LETTER
I
I ol \1 studi
reflects thi V
essence thesi
the pres.ni. ol I i
a- director ol thi
< on 11 n i n-i I on I' _i li \
Autonomy Talks Nearing Dead End
Friday. March 7. I960
Volume 53
Israel and Egypt will not be
able to complete negotiations on
Palestinian Arab autonomy
before the May target date and
consequently, in the interest of
the security and the stability of
the Middle Kast, the United
States may have to step in and
put forward "serious initiatives"
of its own but not prior to the
pending presidential elections -
according to a former Admini-
strative expert on the Middle
East who occupied a key policy-
making position until recently.
"Serious initiatives" in
diplomatic parlance could mean
an attempt to impose a solution.
William B. Quandt. formerly
the Middle East expert in the
National Security Council and
now a senior fellow at the
Brookings Institution in
Washington. sees these
possibilities in a review of 1979 in
the Middle East appearing in
"America and the World 1979."
the year-end edition of Foreign
Affairs, the influential quarterly
published by the Council on
Foreign Relations.
HE EXPRESSES the belief
that failure to meet the May
deadline may make it necessary
to look for a settlement outside
the framework of the Camp
David agreements.
Quandt asserts that "neither
breakthroughs nor breakdowns
in the Camp David negotiations
can be expected in the near
future. Instead, the parties will
tend to more urgent matters and,
on

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Hiciifttock
it is hoped, recognize in due
course that the Palestinian issue
will have to be confronted for-
thrightly and with the same
degreee of commitment and
perseverance that was needed in
the successful Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty negotiations. But
the time for such renewed efforts
will most likely be 1961. not
1980."
Quandt. never noted for any
tendency to lean towards Israel,
warns that Israeli interpretation
of the Camp David accords in "in
excessively narrow manner"
could create problems with
Washington and Cairo and that
failure to achieve agreement by
the May deadline could also raise
tensions. Insrael's "apparently
irresistible need to establish new
settlements in occupied
territories is also a periodic
source of strains," he says.
NEVERTHELESS, according
to Quandt, "there is no reason to
anticipate serious U.S. pressure
on Israel at an early date nor is
(President Anwar) Sadat likely to
freeze the normalization of
relations to which he is com-
mitted." On balance, Quandt
expects "the Egyptian-Israeli
relationship will evolve with only
-
that
h>
minimal mom n
Palestinian front
\ major
Quandt explain*
profound chang<
taken placi in Egypt's I
polky Sadat basembarki
new atrateg) .t- a result of the
peace treatlv with Israel and it
will bl extraordinarily difficu/.
for him to reverse court* u*
return to a state ot belligerent)
To do so would risk sacrificing
most of the gains he has madem
recovering territory, and even
more important in terms of t
new Egyptian-U S strategic
relationship Peace with Israel >
the precondition for r.g>P
becoming a special partner of U*
United States. Sadat re*lues"":
relationship and seems prepare
to live with its implications
The former Brzezinski aid. tf
not happy over the fact tni
Sadat doesn't want Saudi AraW
as a partner in this ne
reiationshio and wjems tonreieri
direct U. S.-Egypt bilateral J
"undiluted by Saudi economic
assistance."
SADAT, he asserts. _'oft
seemed to be pushing **
away from Egypt" and he n
similarly "shown little concern
with his growing isolation in a-
Arab world." Quandt
disturbed by thJ beu*J
makes development of
US-Saudi ties more difficult ana
he believes that the Unit*
States must have closer ties
Continued on Page 13-A


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, yi;,r(h 7.1980
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Soviet Aid Avenues Closing Down
rpiTOK. /'" Jtwiah FhritUan
. v. result "f the Soviet in-
I ,,! \tghan.stan and the
ibsequenl cooling of East-Weel
kUtions. man) of the avenues
[I] b) it" South Honda C on-
Cwceon Soviet Jewry to rally
Jmport .uui give aid to Russian
|eWs have been closed
ln r,.v,,n-.' lo ll"- lOM of
fcxeraj-e. ll"' SFl'SJ has gone
basil I and is renewing its
ugn ol personad one-to-one
I with Kussian Jews
hn^-h the Vdopt-a-Family pro
irim Tl"- ls person to-person
, which American
milies an pul in touch with
oviet Jewish families who have
ied a desire tor com
ltion I hi- program
irmnli- the individual families
Pit|, ,. .; port and an ad
. So tun nil:.
IIIK SFCSJ has been activel)
p ling the arrest and SUD-
(juent l rial men! ol \ndrei
I i staunch defendei ol
y id an outspoken
tritic "t th( Soviet Union
llatant anti Semitic and anti
I he group has
. pan "! a nationwide
oalition and (fathering sig-
r Sakharov's behaJI
fl will l presented to
I .1 >nlir> nin
. hat i' been
l to write individual
i mi- in ii presen
I. t the !"i \ i mmenl
Sakharox
rhe Sou .m i 'onferencc
S lewn is -u|)|)orting
I ffortS to
< >l> inpic t lames
tii Moscow Shepard Kmg.
Itairman : SI t'SJ, joined with
thir communit) leaders in the
In Miami community and
i.i- condemned the So\ ict
- invasion of Afghanistan
Inil their continuous denial of
Ii in n^ht-.
V* past chairman of the
fi' SJ ai d \ in president of the
union ni Councils, I believe it is
i int to recognize that
(mming the Olympics from
trvi the interests of
Amerii an people, as well aj
Syria Warned
To Sit Tight
B) GILSEDAN
H HI SALEM I M -
h>> Premier Yigae) Yadin
I Menachem Begin
warning Syria not to take any
res in the north.
ng before the 21st
:ernational Conference of the
'"rid Union tor Progressive
wnilar ,. arnmgs were issued
'artier this ,,,,/, by tprtmt
Wmister; /<., However,
hanng twice named
'" loughly worded
Begin mud.- a
I*'"" of toying that Israel
* no interest in heating up
'them border
"J'nj here, Yadin said
^usands 0| syr,an tanks were
uoned on the northeastern
ihey were moving from
u> place, thus creating a
c* of tension, he said.
Jnular warnings were issued
Br'ier this month by Begin
ELTfe aflCT havinR **
F-rned Syria in toughly worded
Elements. Begin made a mt
sa.v.ng that I8rae] had no
? m bating up the nor
ern border.
I This statemem was interpreted
s a response to American
northern border. Yadin s
nan statement was the first in
eral weeks Yadin did not
MernVto"1 ltae P*riod he *
OUR
ReaoeRs
wRite
low/-. H, Hrn
fk.ct li'\ui at**'
thus.. ,it Sn\ i,.i Jews whose fate I-
a special concern to us.
DR.JOELSANDBERG
EDITOR, TheJeu iah Fhridian
In regard to the upcoming
census, .lews will be left out of
the 1980 census count because
they are not considered an ethnic
group like the (iermans, Poles,
Russians and mam others
there are 80 ethnic groups in the
United States
One ol the questions that will
lie asked I s citizens is the
origin of the count r\ the\ come
from or the extraction ol their
parents Understood in these
terms. Israel is the onlv countrv
that can be cited as a country of
extraction, and so there will be
very few people making up this
group.
THE PRIMARY reason for
this unfortunate situation is that
at one time or another Jewish
organizations and individuals
were in favor of the federal
government's not including
religion in the census count
Since religion is the only way.
under these circumstances, by
which there can be an official
count of American Jews, we will
be losing a lot of vital in
formation
For instance: 111 Jewish
population in the IS in cities
and states. (21 old age homes (31
Jews on relief or on poverty level
subsistence; 111 number of single
or married Jews (61 orphans; (61
single parents. l7l di\ orcees.
Man) who are natives or first
and second generation .lews are
most anxious to know more
about their roots and other vital
Jewish Statistics Jewish
organizations, who have helped
US into i he tix. should now help
eliminate the bar to such vital
information
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Allon Had Long History of Illness
TEL AVIV Yigal Allon had
a medical history that indicated
heart trouble. He waa hospital-
ized in 1973 for what the doctors
diagnosed as cardiac spasms. On
his sixth day in the hospital he
suffered what was described as a
mild heart attack but recovered
satisfactorily and was dis-
charged. He underwent surgery
in Montreal in 1976 for a facial
disorder. In 1978 he was hos-
pitalized at the Sheba Medical
Center for a suspected heart
attack. His doctors said later
that it was a false alarm.
In recent months he main-
tained a full schedule of activities
and when asked about his health,
he told friends "the doctors say
I'm fit." But he was obviously ill
last Thursday when he attended
a dinner given by Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman in honor
of the visiting Egyptian Defense
Minister Kamal Hassan Ali.
"I TOLD my wife, on arriving
home, that Allon was not him-
self." Weizman said later. "He
did not eat the main course and
when I suggested that he leave
early, Allon did not protest.
Apparently he already felt sick
but did not want others to see it.
Yet I observed it. my wife did
and even Mrs. Ali did "
Ali was one of the last people
to see Allon alive. He expressed
deep sorrow Friday on learning of
his death. Allon apparently did
not return home after leaving the
Friday, March
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dinner for Ali. He spent two
hours meeting with scientists of
the Weizmann Institute for
Science.
It was after that meeting that
he told his wife he was feeling ill.
An ambulance was called to Kib-
butz Ginossar. Although he com-
plained of chest pains. Allon
refused a stretcher and climbed
unaided into the ambulance
which took him to the Afula
Hospital.
AN ELECTRO-cardiogram
gave no indication of trouble, but
the doctors placed Allon in an
intensive care unit as a pre-
1m. iiu
cautionary measure Thu
night. On Friday mornu
the physicians were prM)l
him for further tests, he suffcSl
a massive heart attack anddj
At Alton's grave, hj,
Yifuh, recited the hadduk TV
elements provided a ^Z\
backdrop. The Sea of OaJM
Allon loved so dearly, M
longer blue but slate piy i>
normally placid waters m\LZ\
by gales of rain and hail mto^J
waves and foaming bretkS,
Across that bleak expanseT
Golan Heights and Mt Hermm
were shrouded in snow
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Rains Dampen Thousands
Death Takes Yigal Alton at Age 61
Continued from Page 1-A
Lcession that wound through
[he mountain roads of Galilee
Irom Afuia to Ginossar.
ViRTl'ALLY THE entire
eadership ol Israel stood with
heads at the graveside -
President Yitzhak Navon. who
delivered ona ol the many
Eulogies Premier Menachem
win and his Cabinet ministers;
Shimon Perea, leader of the
Labor Party and former Prime
jjjnistei lit/hak Rabin who
Jerved under Mkwi when he com-
hand. ach. the Haganah
Ctnki' force in Israel's war for
End.-i- v.arsago
Present were hundreds of
1 rades in arms, fellow
.; members, members of
Ihibbuw (iinossar and many
other kibbutzim. Druze chieftains
and Arab notables fn>m neigh
boring villages. Christians from
south Lebanon, headed by Maj.
Haddad. and countless
Ipeopli from all parts of Israel
lhi' came t" pay final tribute and
offer their oondolencaa to Alton's
Life. Kuth and his son and
paughter
Befon the burial aarvkaa,
|.-\llon laj in state in the com-
Imunal dining hall at GilMSMI
Thou- : a-l hi- coffin,
pausing silentlj weeping, of-
[ -1 Yigal The
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At the request of Mrs. Alton.
no salvoes were fired over the
grave. In his eulogy, Navon
spoke of the three matters that
Alton, a former Deputy Prime
Minister and former Foreign
Minster, had devoted himself to
in recent years. These were
Israel's quest for a just, secure
peace with its neighbors, the
strengthening of ties with
diaspora Jewry and finding new
paths for Israeli youth. Navon
praised Alton as an exemplary
figure, courageous, noble hearted
man. a true friend and a source of
inspiration for the Sabra
generation of which he was a
part
BEGIN said. The nation of
Israel owes him a deep historical
debt He was one of the finest
commanders of the War of
Independence and served the
nation with devotion and loyalty
in many roles His name will be
revered in Israel for all
generations." Kabin recalled
Allon as his Palmach commander
and as a political leader. He said
he had long maintained contacts
with the Arabs in the ad-
ministered territories, and before
his death, had planned to meet
with King Hussein of Jordan in
I.ondon in his never ending
search for peace.
Peres. Alton's political rival in
the Labor Party, spoke of him as
a magnificent friend, a brilliant
military mind, a leader and
statesman in Israel's times of
peril and in its times of victory.
Deputy Premier Yigael Yadin,
described Allon as "a beautiful
Israeli, symbolizing all that is
good and virtuous in the Sabra."
Moshe Dayan. a perennial rival
of Allon since their youth, who
lecceeded him as Foreign
Minister, declared that his life-
long relationship with Allon must
not be measured by the yardstick
of competition. "Basically we
were friends with a common way
of life." he said.
KNESSET SPEAKER Yit-
zhak Shamir noted that despite
his relative youth. Allon was one
of the founding fathers of Israel's
independence and freedom.
Victor Shem-Tov. Secretary
General of Mapam, said "Allon
collapsed on the bridge of the
Labor ship. He left us when we
needed him more than ever."
Messages of condolences and
sorrow poured in from all over the
world from heads of govern-
ments, diplomats and military
commanders. One of the first
came from President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt. His cable said:
I received with great sorrow the
news of the passing away of Yigal
Allon, one of Israel's leaders who
contributed to the peace process
through his sincere efforts that
helped complete the first step
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By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Ranking Egyptian and
Israeli generals. former
antagonists on the bat-
tlefields of Sinai, smiled,
joked, shook hands and
embraced as they shared
conversation and cocktails
at a reception in the
sprawling Defense Ministry
complex just outside Tel
Aviv last week.
The Egyptians are
members of the entourage
of Defense Minister Kamal
Hassan Ali who arrived in
Israel for a visit as the
guest of Defense Minister
Begin Sees Wide Deviation'
With Eygpt on Autonomy
the peace treaty be-
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Premier Menachem Begin termed
Egypt's position in the autonomy
talks a "wide deviation form the
Camp David agreements." In a
radio interview on the occasion of
the exchange of Ambassadors
between Egypt and Israel. Begin
denied that the autonomy talks
were in "deadlock
H maintained that the three
parties. Israel. Egypt and the
U.S., could still reach agreements
by thi Ma) target date if we all
remain faithful to I'amp David."
BEGIN OBSERVED that the
Camp David agreements,
painstakingly negotiated, ad-
visedb defined the projected
autonomous body as "an ad-
ministrative council." Eor the
Egyptian Bide, therefore, to
propose a body with legislative
and constitutional powers was "a
decided deviation from Camp
I >a\ id," he said.
It was a proposa1 'which Israel
cannot accept We hope to
persuade the Egyptians that the)
are raising difficulties for the
negotiations by deviating from
Camp David Begin added that
agreements have got to be
observed just as we have both
observed
tween us."
Begin said the government was
thinking about'' the problems of
the legal status of Jewish set
tlements on the West Bank and
would soon publish its decisions
He said they would not con-
tradict the Camp David
agreements
THE PREMIER was
moderate and circumspect on the
question of American arms
supplies to Egypt This is a
problem of quantities and
quality. It must be clarified in
contacts between governments,
not in public declarations." he
said Replying to an army radio
interviewer who tried to press
him on this issue, Begin said. "I
have said it is a problem. That is
enough
On the credentials ceremonies
in Cairo and Jerusalem. Begin
said. This is a special day in the
annals of the two nations and oi
the Middle East Let us
remember what passed between
our two peoples in 31 years of
hostility, five wars, bloodshed,
widowhood, bereavement .
This is a good day. a nice dav
lx>th for the Egyptians and for us
Israelis."
Ezer Weizman.
WEIZMAN gave the reception
in All's honor. "So many years
ago we saw each other through
the sights of rifles, and now we
sit around one table together," he
(lbs,TV St]
Indeed, ii is nearly seven years
since those Israeli and Egyptian
soldiers last met at rifle, ar-
tillery and rocket range in the
heat of the Yom Kippur War
Now, with their countries bound
by a treaty of peace, they were
able to reminisce together and
exchange stories ol their battle
experiences
Gen I '.iv id I v n. commander of
the lsr.ul An force, conversed
with his Egyptian counterpart.
Ll Gen MhI.iI Muni'im Ariel
Sharon. Israel's Agriculture
Minister, who commanded an
Israeli division in the Yom
Kippur War talked animatedly
with Gen Ibrahim Ourabi,
commander ol t he same Eg) pt ian
Second \tmv that Sharon had
fat GEN DAN SHOMROM, a
field commander during the Yom
Kippur War discussed th<
lai i ics and main
(lavs with a group ol former
I gyptian field commanders as if
the) were reviewing a lesson in
military histoiy
me of tin offia r- were in
uniform, others in mufti The
at mosphere was i me of
camaraderii that prevails
wherever soldiers get together It
was noticeable from the moment
: gy ptian part v landed at Ben
Gurion Airport, in a driving
rainstorm, to receive a warm
welcome with full military
honors
Ii.iss.m \h. weai ilian
clothes and a dark fur hat. in
spected the guard of honor
compos,ii ol \ir Foro cadets \
young woman soldier held a large
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who picked up the telephone
before Alexander Graham Bell did?
A: Johann Philipp Reis.
Reis is listed in THI BOOK OF FIRSTS as
numbei one to publicly demonstrate the
lelephi this in front of a group of
i ntists in 186] fifteen yeai
itenl Because of illness and a lack of t
was unable to < apitalize on I ention
Bell knew of his work as did Edison w\
yed with as On March 22 : -
twelve days aftei Bells first intelligible speech
Nl vV YORK TIMES ran ii
editorial entitled 'The Telephone' The editorial
was all about Philipp Reis Not one word about
Bell Even the US Government brought suit
against Bell for "claiming the invention of
something already widely known to exist in the
form of the Reis telephone" and also with
somehow concealing the latter from the Patent
Office's expert examiner in that field" Bell, of
course, survived the lawsuits and the challenges
but physicists built a monument to Reis as the
inventor of the telephone (Better he should
have won the lawsuits )
ANOTHER RARE FACT...
A big part of Jewish warmth and affection
is to quickly become completely open and
informal with people and things they par
ticularly 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 at formal affairs J&B
is also the kind of 'relative' one can take
his shoes off with, loosen the tie and
relax with friends at home
RARE
800TCH

umbrella over his head. A
meeting with Weizman followed
(hiring which the two defense
ministers reportedly agreed on
several matters including the
movement of Israeli tourists to
parts Of Sinaj now under
Egyptian control
AT THK reception, Wei/man
s.ud. We have still problems to
solve the Weal Mank and the
danger from our east which I
hope will disappear when our
neighbors will learn from tK,
Kgyptians. My friend. On Ah.
is just as good at maneuvennB
politics as he is handling a v
machine."
Hassan Ali responded %
feal at home here, which provtj
that our relations an improvm.
and deepening as .:.,,,. tlm(
elapses They are no)
political contaits
Bnd friendly relation irMj Ufr
derstanding. I truly hop* ^
nations in the region will follow
our example tow srds:
U.S.-Israel Friendship Not
Eroding, Evron Tells UJA
Todaj vve are not going to repeat
the mistakes th.r m Kl
dearly in the past I r..
added. I don t want tn hehtvt
I don't believi th.
Administration will
course
Before I ron Ii I
hall, Rabbi Meii K jndcr
of the Jewish I > fi :... League.
demanded tin- podium Whet
rperson demurn
Mrs
its ol let hit
from the audiem
KOHANE RAID
,i-.!' I'-
ll ii .irks Ip\
in to U'.iv i
;- a, e has be* i
el and Egy|
.iiinexat ion
i. mtories 11
Jewish setth n i
:, n,oval" of tl ll>
. shorted Ins d
to immigrate to Isr u
t iiniiiiiinl from Page IA
couldn't find any unfriendly
candidate
Evron s.ud The basis of
I S Israel relations is h> althy
and deep and we must know how
to buiM "ti it" and "how to
handle ourselves, when "not to
ait. when to press our CeS4 when
an should
rOUCHING on other sub-
jecl, Evron said as
the right to live in Hebron and
I led that it is .i hind. U
and an obsta< le to pi
also emph.isi/ed thai '> '
for the Camp I lav id a I i
I r. ril I incil
I:, solul tons 2 12 and I Hey

I- \ ron said Israel look
terrible risks in the pas it
signed 1 tn saving to the people
in Washington, about what they
call new initiatives that on
thing they should be certain
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May Signal New
Soviet Crackdown
On Emigration
NEW YORK (JTA) Igor Gubenman, a 44-year-
old Soviet Jewish activist, will be brought to trial on Mar.
11 after being held in prison incommunicado since his
arrest last Aug. 13, the National Conference on Soviet
Jewry reported.
Guberman, a writer and author of popular science
books, has been active in the Jewish cultural movement in
Russia and was a contributor to the samizdat (unofficial)
publication. "Jews in the USSR."
ACCORDING TO the NCSJ. Guberman was
harassed by the Soviet secret police since 1978 when he
first applied for emigration for himself and his wife and
two children. He was arrested, the NCSJ reported, after
he refused to cooperate with the KGB which was seeking
information on the Jewish cultural movement in the
USSR.
He has been charged with trafficking in stolen icons.
Since his arrest, Guberman. who lived in a town near
Mcsl()w, was permitted to see no one except his lawyer.
THE NCSJ REPORTED that Jewish sources in
Moscow are concerned that Guberman's trial will signal a
new crackdown on emigration activists and dissidents.
Although other activists have been tried in the past on
false charges, none has been brought to trial recently. The
NCSJ noted that until Guberman's trial was announced.
the Soviet authorities had limited themselves to harass-
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maximum allowed by Soviet law without formal charges.
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TlUHy .TBUtUMy Li., i^i-.
Friday. March 7, 1980
Jain Civic Leaden. Organization*
Congressmen Pepper, Fascell and Lehman
Urge Passage of Redevelopment
Support for the passage of the Lincoln Road Building, and ad-
South Shore Redevelopment ditional information may be secured
program in Tuesday s citywide City by telephoning 534-8049
of Miami Beach election rolled over Fa9ce^ pepper and Lehman said
the top this week as all three of Dade A, your Congressmen, we hope you
County s United ?"t*s will vote YES for the South Beach
Congressmen endorsed the 1 billion Redevelopment Plan. We share vour
program to revitaUie the city s concerns aDOUt Miami Beach, and
beautiful South Beach area. the need to improve the quality of
Representative Claude Pepper, life in the South Beach area The an-
Dante Fascell and William Lehman swer is Redevelopment.
joined m urging pasage of the Redevelopment protects South
measure, which will provide sub- Beacn 9 senior citizens against In-
stantial benefits for the 6.000 creased rents and condo corner
residents of the area south of 6th sjons it ^grantees that each indi\ i
Street and build a sound tax base for dual mfn move on|v wh,.n repiace.
aU Miami Beach. ment housing is available in a
Congressman Pepper will take te>| location of his or her choice
- recta Friday afternoon to cam-
for the measure, according to
Rock) Pomerance. former Beach
' police who heads the volun-
teer New Hope Committee Cam-
paign headquarters have been
established in Suite 225 of the 420
"And it also guarantees that per-
sonal housing costs will be stabilized
for all who qualify, the popular
Congressmen stated.
The Congressmen joined a
growing army of volunteers working
for passage of Redevelopment in-
cluding five former mavors Col
Mitchell Wolfson, I) Lm Powell Df
1-eonard Maber. Harold Shap"
Melvin Richard
Also taking to the sturT-.p li
paign for Redevelopment
final days In-fore I
were incumbent I
Leonard 0. Wei
man. Mildred S Falk ind >
Daoud.
Paid political fldverii-emeni New Hope i e Pfeiffer. Treaaurei
Thev joined County Commissioner
Harvey Ruvin of Miami Beach.
State Sen Paul Steinberg of Miami
Beach, chairman of the Dade Count>
delegation to the Florida state
legislature, and State Hep Flain.
Gordon.
Meanwl ng coalitioii i I
civil religi
labi and
n
in
Pi
I
"Some of the
Organizations formally endorsing
the plan include the Temple Heth
Sholom Men a Club; the Miami
Reach Homeowners Association, the
(ireater Miami. Miami Beach and
(iold Coast Chambers of Commerce,
the Miami Beach Jaycee* and
laycee Women, the Beach Fraternal
i Irder of Police lodge and the POPA
\ssociats
Other* backing the passage ol
nluiiiin by punching No :
lude the Civic League of \l
leach. Tenants Association
ni.i I i.nie County Coun< .
ior< it liana; South Florida ( an
' i I I l H dnd the l alii
f Concerned Organisation! I
Still o- heri for passngi> mi ludl
ma i oundl of Florida, Mia
'each \|>arlniei:t \-
Motel Sales Man..,-, i
elation, (iold ("oast Chant < I
amiiy League of Miami H.
'hami Heach Hoard of I;
luckiest people in Florida
live in South Beach"
Rosi' Sihvrman
Rose Stlverman. South Heach
" TiueliH.' years ago. I came to South Beach So much has
happened since then. We used to walk along the pier, and
now. for most of us. that's impossible. We're afraid.
So often in life we've been lied to, cheated, and gypped
So at first I was very much against this redevelopment plan.
But now I'm convinced this is going to be a ytxxl thing
With redevelopment we'll have some place to go. We'll
feel safe. We'll see life. Young fad's and babies. We'll
haiv? something to tookjorward to.
For a lot of as. these written guarantees are the most
imponant thing. We know the money is mere. We'll
have a place to go. It's all there in writing and the law
gives us protection.
On Man h 1 lth the votersol Miami
Beat h will have the opportunity to
support one <>i the must <\< Ring and
lar rea< hing rcdrvelnpmriit efforts In
Aiihtk an history The South Beat h
Redeveiopmenl Plan is the kej io trie
total revitali/ation oi one ol our
nation's greatest cities
What this plan means
to the people
of Miami Beach.
At last the residents of South Beach
and all of Miami Beach have some
thing to cheer about At long last a IS
year period of decline and decay tan
come to an end.
South Heach residents tan look
forward to a better life First and
foremost, better housing. Brand new
housing units will be built especially
for Rose Sllverman and her neighbors
In South Beach Modem. fully
equipped, carefully planned and land
scaped housing that represents the
first step toward a better life, a better
Miami Beach.
No one leaves their
old home until
their new home is built.
I his is inii an idle promise I Ins is
guaranteed undei .i hindmi igm
between thet lt\ r| Miami Heat h and
lh Miami Beat h Krdevek>|.....m
Agencj In I.ii i ihe develapei is
committed to start construction i>i
ili<-s- housing units before beginning
arn other construction Moving costs
wlO I*- paid Condominium owners will
receive lull cash value ImmiI on com
parable (ondomlnlums outside the
South Beat h area Or. tli-\ may trade
their condo for a comparable one
Inside South Beach
New homes at old rents.
Rents that will never rise!
South Beach residents who art- i.r>
and over at the time ol then move, and
require assistance, will ix- guaranteed
they will never pay more than the rent
they are paying ai the time of their
'I thru mi inn. \\ |l|( h
ever in urealei llils guarantx holds
i thru lm s.pi thr>
lived in tin South Bea< ban rvei
Man h 19
\ ; ,iab -l m
'i .e h Hitk in -: idr in
'i i" make these benefits .. issible
ilns iiiciha \m|| be provided In the
Ki ili \< lopment Agency and p. laran
teed In iIk devriopci
Good news
for Beach taxpayers.
Right now the taxpayers nonh <>l
6th Street are paying out 83.000.000 a
yeai to i rjvet the deflcli in the south
Beat h .uva And this figure is rising
Bui you ran bring this situation to an
end i>\ supporting redevelopment And
most Important your property taxes
will not rise to pay for
this prnjci i
Votetes on March 11. Punch 193,
New Hope Committee
Rocky f\xiwmnix: Cltainnan
( n ii League of Miami tu-nch
Coalition ai < onemwri Orpanlxaflani
/vk/. County Count 1/ .>( Senior < tiixens
(out ee Women MianU Beat '1
Marine ( oum ii qf Florida
Miami Brat '1 Apartment .^w fallon
Miami Brat ii .imp ., i
Hotel Safes Management Ass.,
tin Gold 1 (mm 1 naptei
Family League?/ Miami Brarn
(raiernal Ordei pf/WKv Miami Brarh
Fraternal Order of I'm to Ass.. Miami Bearn
Belli Snalom Menst tub
Miami Heach Hoard ol Realtors
Mi.,-
'1 Hamnunn lean .
*'"'" limn Hotel tsv-
Mtami Bearti Hctm-cs Ik.
kaaorttMlon
unonaiton
I 1 omiiii ofAFJ. (ID
South Fla Hotel A Mot, UmtM
Tenants \-v union ol Fla In,
yl't Han 1 .


Friday. March 7, 1980
Jmisli Thrklian
Pagell-A
f wo Biographies Deal With Renowned Personalities
The intriguing thing about a
biography is the detail with
hich th- author deals with the
behavioral aspects of a celebrity's
dfe While the reader has become
familiar with the impressive.
brilliant accomplishments of a
Mrld-renowMd figure, it is
fascinating to become privy to
h, individual's emotional
behavioi [1mm two biographies
into their subjects' per
. mpal liw -
Summoned to Jerusalem: The
life of Henrietta S/old By
Joan Posh New York Harper
,,! Row. :UHP SIB.
HENRIETTA SZOLD'i
impliahmenta l"r
\ :) ,iiul Palestine
pd and known to
lh< world Thta ia
^ i.....st.ihlishecl il
uudj group called
| On the I
Bookshelf
which grew into the
- irm of the American
vement
In Palestine, it was Henrietta
mil iative and drive that
i it- health care
haped education, and
social aon ioaa that
laj Youth \li> ah.
mission t<> rescue
ol Jewish children
Nazis in th' 1930s, ,i-
imph
: lash -how- u- the grave
al crises th.it both
h. I and il lengthened
11' m I. it.i intense love for
(essoi .il the dew it h
Si minttf). thirteen
junior ended in an
-; public emotional
Alien he tix.k a young
~t inbndc
.HAT MAN was Louis
author of /.. x< ndt of
' '. \li-s S/old ias she is
rred to throughout the
her peers anil the author
i'\ei married, and was
elt conacioua about her
ipp arance
vet it was out of the
t
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Baptist
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Honored
NEW YORK Pledging his
personal commitment to the
survival of the nation of Israel,
Dr. Jerry Falwell of I.ynchburg.
Vs., nationally renowned Baptist
minister, addressed a cross-
section of leaders at a luncheon in
his honor last week at JNF
House here.
The Jewish National Fund
luncheon was held in tribute to
Dr. Falwell for his establishment
of the Rev, Jerr> Falwell Forest
n the Hill of the l. her IGivat
Hamorehl between \ i/areth in
Israel's Galilee and Mt. Tabor
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Finngs Upheld
'Shortcomings' in Trifa Broadcast
Continued from Page I A
said he and Alexander agreed
that if they were to criticize
RFE's management it would be
"why didn't you fire them
?Popper and Rafael) a long time
ago."
Minton and Alexander
reported that termination of
Rafael and Popper was "based on
the content of two letters, one
written by Popper on Aug. 10,
1979, and distributed to members
of Congress by Rafael, and the
other written by Popper and
Rafael on Oct. 12, 1979, and sent
to Alan Schwartz, of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
8'rith." The report said the
tetters contained "the same kind
of venom."
.THE SUBCOMMITTEE, of
which Rep. Dante Fascell (D.,
Fta.) is chairman, is looking into
the matter at the request of Rep.
Elizabeth Holtzman (D., N.Y.),
who both praised and challenged
aspect.s of the report and com-
plimented the investigators for
their efforts. Members of the
subcommittee also complimented
Minton and the report, but made
no immediate recommendations
on the issues.
Fascell adjourned the hearing
"subject to the call of the chair."
Popper and Rafael were noti-
fied of their dismissal Dec. 27
before Minton and Alexander
began their 15-day investigation
in Washington. New York and
Munich The investigation was
ordered by former Postmaster
General John Gronouski, chair-
man of the I S Board for Inter-
national Broadcasting which
ivarseafl the operations of RKF.
and Radio Liberty, both of which
broadcast from Munich to Com-
munist countries
GRONOUSKI and KFK top
offieiai> deplored the interview
when it came to li^ht in
Washington through reports |,\
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Trifa, of Grass Lakes Mich, and
head of the Rumanian Orthodox
Church in the U.S., is accused by
the U.S. Department of Justice of
having failed to disclose his
membership in the fascist Ru-
manian Iron Guard during World
War II. He is charged with being
a leader of a pogrom against Jews
in 1941 in Bucharest in which
4.000 Jews were killed. The RFE
interview was based on the 50th
anniversary of the U.S. church.
Glenn Ferguson. RFE's
president, told the subcommittee
that the dismissals of Popper and
Rafael were made despite
Gronouski's request that no
action be taken against Popper
and Rafael until the investigation
was concluded because under
German law an employe has six
months notice that can be given
only in December or June If dis-
Photos Show
Soviet Tanks -
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
intelligence services distributed
two aerial reconnaissance
photographs showing Soviet-
made T-34 tanks in the hands of
Palestinian terrorists in south
Lebanon. An army spokesman
said the tanks, of World War II
vintage, are positioned near Tyre.
a terrorist stronghold on the
Lebanese coast.
The photos bear out Israeli
reports and corroborating in-
formation by the Christian
Phaiangiat radio in Lebanon that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization was receiving
heavy equipment from Russia,
the PLO has denied this. Israeli
intelligence also has information
that Palestinians are undergoing j
training in armored warfare in I
Syria and in Soviet block '
countries.
missals were delayed until
January the effect would have
been to have given them a year's
notice at full pay.
WHILE noting "Bernard is
outstanding as a broadcast
journalist." and "fully aware of
who Bishop Trifa was," the
report said "it did not occur to
him that he could be arranging a
program that would lend some
dignity to a war criminal about to
go on trial in the United States."
The investigators reported
that "it is the conviction of the
radio (RFE) from top manage-
ment clear down and through the
Rumanian staff that in initiating
the Trifa broadcast Bernard
exercised incredibly bad
judgment."
Minton testified that Ber-
nard's motive was to attempt to
drive "a wedge" between the
church Trifa heads and another
Rumanian church in the U.S.
which reportedly adheres to the
Budapest Patriarch. Ferguson
testified that Bernard exceeded
his responsibility in attempting
the wedge.
Responding to questions from
subcommittee members why no
reprimand was placed in Ber-
nard's file. Ferguson replied.
"Because we don't have such a
mechanism" in the Munich
operation, and Bernard has not
been replaced because the
Rumanian service "has no one to
take his job
FORMER Ambassador John
Hayes, who is chairman of the
RFE and RI. boards, testified
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"It is difficult to put statements
in his file; he is the director of the
service." which was described
both in the report and by
Ferguson and Hayes as per-
forming excellently.
Holtzman pointed out to the
subcommittee that "in addition
to being outraged that RFE
would provide a suspected mass
murderer with a public forum. I
was disturbed about the potential
effect of the broadcast on the
pending Trifa litigation and the
willingness of foreign govern-
ments to provide judicial assis-
tance to the U.S. in other cases
involving Nazi war criminals."
Testifying "to our govern-
ment's 35-year history of indif-
ference and inaction to inves-
tigating alleged war criminals in
the U.S.," Holtzman said. "The
broadcast could only be viewed
as further evidence of our
government's ambivalence on
this issue."
The Minton-Alexander report
said that after the 31-minute
Trifa interview was broadcast on
Apr. 30 and May 1, "it was by no
means considered a matter of
great importance" at RFE in
Munich. "No one blew the
whistle, certainly, not Popper
and Rafael." the report said.
Popper made "his first outcry'
on Slay 25 "when he wrote a
Utter to I)r Charles Kramer of
the Nazi War Criminal Com-
mittee with a copy to CongrOM-
woman Holt/man." (ironouski
and Holi/.man both said they
learned of the matter from the
JTA
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Carter, Arabs, Oil,
And Israel
What Can We Do About It?
Support Israel
On Primary Day
Right from the start. Carter
adopted the simplistic policy
that the way to assure Ameri
ca's oil supply was to force
Israel to surrender vital terri
tory for Arab promises of
good hehavior. Such a policy
jeopardizes Israel's security
A vote against Carter on
Primary Day could encoui
him to rethink his policy.
Playing The
Arab Game:
Carter has handled the Ar
with kid qloves no matter
how provoked. Despite
threats of oil embargo, dot
lar busting oil price in
creases and sabotage of the
peace process, Carter has had
no harsh words for the
Arabs By contrast, Israel has
been publicly and repeated
ly scolded as an obstacle to
peace.
Carter's Mideast
Debacle
By focusing undue attention
on the Palestinian question,
Carter has failed to deal with
the real dangers to America
in the Middle East Moslem
fanaticism (Iran) and Russiar
pansionism (Afghanistan
Rat'i'T than encourage com
promise, the linking of Pales
tinian rights with oil has en
coir : intransigence
From Carter
To Connally
Carter's policy of continuing
pressure for concessions by
Israel encourages imitators.
What Carter is trying to ac
complish by dissembling.
Connally advocates openly
If Carter says Israel is ob
structing the peace. Connally
says apply pressure until
Israel gives in.
Israel And
Czechoslovakia:
In 1938, Britain and France,
unwilling to face up to Hit
ler, forced the Czechs to sur
render essential border tern
tories to Germany. This was
hailed as "peace in our
time." Six months later,
Czechoslovakia was absorbed
by Hitler. Carter's pressure
for "real autonomy" invites a
repetition of this history.
Profiting From
Britain's Mistakes:
For the U.S. to rely on the
unstable regimes of the Mic*
die East as a major energy
source is folly. To regard the
Arab states as allies is a delu
sion. For years the British
appeased the Arabs not stop
ping at blocking Jewish res
cue in World War II. In the
end the Arabs forced them
out. Help correct American
policy by voting again?;
Carter on Primary Day.
Prof. Howard Adelson
Yitshaq Ben-Ami
S. Norman Gourse
Nathan G. Horvitt
Dr. Samutl Korman
Hadassah Marcus
Either Antin Untermeyar
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|..\ral> states, particularly
[rabia, in the light of our
^ and the security of the
concedes that "for the
It, national rivalries
Jrjow any recognition of
|n mc urity problems." The
^t the United States can
[r i- not a Mideast NATO
network of bilateral
with Israel. Kgypt,
Irahia. Oman. Jordan and
which might in time
uoader cooperation."
Lriterstn asaa 'he need for
hening U S -Saudi ties by
is r, solution <>f the
Jan \ral> question but
[ ever, that "as Saudi
turned increasingly to
L. Soviet expansion, it
and less likely that
li(|]~ would allow their
u the PaJaatiniana
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admit the weakness of Saudi
Arabia, they insist that the
kingdom be given a vital role in
security arrangements for the
Persian Gulf while they would
deprive a militarily capable and
dependable Israel of any part,
even that of a staging area.
Although Quandt is no longer
a member of the Carter ad-
ministration, his i lose
relationship with National
Security Adviser Zbigniew
Brzeainaki and with the State
Department and other Mideast
policymakers gives significance
to his words as expressive ol
Administration thinking and
policy He argues that th
Palestine Arab question, sum
concerns all Arab states, is
cause of inatabilit) in the MiddK
East which must lie corrected it
the securit) ol the region is to be
assured
"IT WILL do little lor I S
prestige as superpower," lit
says m echo of former Under
Secretary ol State George W
Ball, if Egypt and Israel appeal
to lie dictating \merican policy
m the Middle Bast rherefon
mill !* incumbent on trie I nited
States in resun i serious
initiatives in resoh the
Paleatini issue No on i (pacts
instant results, especial!) in an
election yeai hi admits, 'but
man) Vrabs -nil l< M>k ti
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power in the region It the
United States fails to exercise the
initiative, lie warns, it w ill badlj
damage thi American position in
important parts ol the Arab
world
Quandt does nol seem overlj
Dutch-Born
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B) l>A\ ID k WIOK
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horn war criminal who served
with the ss and his German
omplice were sentenced to
prison terms b) a district court in
Hagen, West German) Siert
Bruins, 59, drew seven years in
jail, and August Neuhaueser, 68,
a German national, was sen
lanced to eight years Both wen
found guilt) ol complicity in the
murders ol Dutch .lews during
World War II Neuhaueser "a
sentence was reduced h\ four
years on consideration of time
already sen ad
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absentia in Holland in 1949 to life
imprisonment lor murder, was
convicted b) the Hagen court ol
murdering two Dutch Jewish
brothers. I.a/ar and Meyer
Sleuterberg The crime occurred
in Groningen province where the
brothers were hiding on April 25,
1945. only a few days before
Allied forces liberated that part
of Holland
PHI INS ESCAPED across
the German border and took up
residence in a nearby village. Me
was detected there last July by
private investigators from
Groningen as a result of in-
formation provided by Nazi-
hunter Simon Wiesenthal. He
claimed West German citizen-
ship.
Meanwhile, a lawyer
representing convicted Nazi war
criminal Ernst Heinrichsohn has
lodged an appeal with the
Supreme Court in Karlsruhe
against the conviction and
sentencing of his client by a
Cologne court on Feb. 11
Heinrichsohn. the former
Mayor of Puergstadt in Bavaria,
was one of three former Gestapo
officials found guilty of deporting
French Jews and others to Nazi
death camps during the war. He
was sentenced to six years.
optimistic that the Palestinian
V h issue will be solved within
tin framework of the Camp
David accords and. therefore,
several specific policy choices
involving the Palestinian
question will be faced by the
Administration in 1980 and
beyond. Most important will be
how to proceed in the
negotiations after the May 1980
target date has passed. The
Israelis are likely to want to
continue the talks within the
(amp David framework The
Egyptians may urge a
broadening of the negotiations.
As :i architect of ("amp David,
Pros dent Carter will become the
likely arbitrator
If the negotiations have
produced a few results in the
course ol one year.'' Quandt
claims, it will be hard to justify
Continuing with the same terms
ot reference
THE ADMINISTRATION,
Quandt argues. does need to
^/^
think about the questions of
stability. Soviet influence and
American credibility in the Arab
world and to some extent each of
these issues will lie affected by
stances taken by the United
States m the ongoing peace
negotiations
For the United states to
resume the initiative in resolving
(Cartoon. KUul Pielerl ; K.i.rr sijj: ln;r.| I
the Palestinian issw he BSy
would be one step toward
restoring t he United States to an
influential role in the Arab
Middle East Put iess cir-
cumspectly, what Quandt is
saving is that \merican policy
must be to make I accept a
solution satisfying th< lemands
of the Arab stalls
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Conciliation
Irish Smooth Ruffled Israeli Feathers
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
DUBLIN (JTA) -
The Irish Republic has
given a conciliatory reply to
last week's stiff Israeli pro-
test over pro-Palestine Lib-
eration Organization state-
ments by the Irish Foreign
Minister. However, accord-
ing to Istraeli officials, the
fact remains that there has
been a significant shift in
Irish policy in favor of a
Palestinian state and the
role oft he PLO.
Exchanges between the two
countries were sparked off when
Foreign Minister Brian Lenihan.
on a visit to Bahrein, signed a
joint statement backing an inde-
pendent Palestinian state, and
acknowledging the PLO s claim
to represent the Palestinian
people. It also spoke of the need
for total Israeli withdrawal from
the occupied territories, including
Jerusalem.
ISRAEL WAS especially
m.ensed bv Lenihan's descrip-
tion of PLO Chief Yasir Arafat as
a most sensible element." His
further remarks amounted to a
virtual invitation to Arafat to
visit Dublin, which would thus be
the first country of the European
Economic Community to offer
him hospitality.
The controversy marks the
worst point in Irish -1-raeli
relations since diplomatic ties
were set up about five years ago.
To Israel's disappointment.
Ireland refused to exchange
embassies with her. and contacts
are maintained through non-
Hebron Mayor Told
To Stay at Home
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
- Israel has rejected a request
by the Security Council that the
Mayor of Hebron. Fahed
Kawasme. be allowed to come to
\.w York to take part in the
ongoing debate in the Council on
Israel policj in the Weal Bank
and u- decision in principle, to
allow Jewi to settle in Hebron.
In a letter to Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim. who submitted
t hi Council s request to Yehuda
Blum. Israel I Ambassador to
the UN following the hrM
meeting ol the Council Friday
evening, the Israeli envoy said
hi- government decided not to
permit the Mayor of Hebron to
travel abroad at this time
NOTING THAT Israel has
followed "a liberal policy
regarding the travel abroad of t he
residents of Gaza. Judaea and
Samaria. and that Mr
Kawasme himself has been the
beneficiary of this liberal ap-
proach on numerous occasions,
Blum said that th purpoM ol
his iKawasmel trip on this o,
casion will be to lend support to
Israel's a\owed enemies in
their unrelenting political warfare
against Israel."
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resident ambassadors by
Israel s Ambassador in Britain
and Ireland's envoy in Switzer-
land.
When it lodged its stiff protest
to Ireland last week, Israel broke
with precedent and gave it to the
Irish Embassy in London, rather
than sending" it directly to the
Foreign Ministry in Dublin.
ALTHOUGH Israeli diplo-
mats say that it did so to ensure
peed of delivery, it could also
ha\ e been interpreted as a sign of
Israel's anger Not having a
resident ambassador in Dublin
Israel could not have made the
usual gesture of displeasure by
rivalling him for consultat bllS
Since then, the Israelis have
followed up their diplomatic
message by sending their London
press counsellor, Yehuda Millo.
to Dublin to put the Israeli case
to politicians and the press He
pointed out tartly that the lack of
an Israeli embassy here contrasts
with the opening of one in Cairo
Among the Irish public.
Lenihan's remarks have already
been greeted unfavorably, partly
because it was not prepared for
them, and also because of the
widespread assumption here that
the PLO i- linked with the Irish
Republican Army terrorist
organization
OPPOSITION politicana are
, xpected to express their disquiet
ai ,, deb.He in the Dail (Parlia-
ment) this week Frank Cluskey,
leader of the Irish Labor Part)
and Jim 0 K.t fe foreign affairs
kesman ol the Fine Gael
Partj havi aln ad\ criticized the
government at their own parties
national conferences Criticism
was also voiced si thi confi n
ol the ruling Fianna I ail Party
Lenihan's remarks were also
questioned by the Irish Times
Dublin's leading daily, not
known tor its sympathies for
Israel The strongest anti PLO
statement was made on local
television by Ireland's newly
appointed Chief Rabbi, who was
brought up in England but
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NEW YORK IJTAI -
Donald M. Robinson, president
of the Joint Distribution
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the JDC had recently concluded
an agreement with the
Hungarian government and the
Jewiahcommunity of Hungary to
provide welfare services for
Hungarian .lews
JDC executive vice president.
Ralph I Goldman, who recently
returned from Hungary' after
eon. hiding an agreement with
the Secretarj of State of the
i iffice ol Religious Affairs. Imre
OS, and representatives of
l! Central Hoard of Hungarian
Jews, deacribed Hungarian
,l, wry as a vital, vibrant Jewish
community."
NOTING THAT there are an
estimated XI).000 to 100.000 Jews
in Hungary today, he said that
"JDC is contributing to the
establishment of a new Kosher
kitchen in Budapest which will
provide 350.000 kosher hot meals
,i sear JDC." he added, "will
lee- be active in the provision of
geriatric support services for the
elderly members of the
population as well as a full range
ol social welfare concerns
Eighty percent of Hungarian
Jewry lives in Budapest, the
capital The Jewiah population of
Hungary in the late 1940s was
estimated at 800.000. The Central
Hoard of Hungarian Jews
supports the only Rabbinical
Seminary in Eastern Europe In
making the announcement
Robinson said, "we welcome the
opportunity to be of help to the
Jewish people of Hungary with
the cooperation of the govern-
ment
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*JenistfkrHirtn
ianna Rovma
Star of Theatre Dims at Age 90
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Itinurd from Page 1-A
studios of the Moscow
itre
he age of 33, Channa
made her mark in the
of drama as Leah in
Is production of Solomon
f The Dxbbuk. She waa
[first choice for the role of
I but because of her
hge of Hebrew, was called
the sanatorium where she
bring from tuberculosis.
RECEIVED much ac-
rid compliments for her
I in Tht Dybbuk. The
writer. Maxim Gorki,
pr a stage phenomenon"
lowarful dramatic actress
ling After her im-
performance. Hebrew-
Mabima was awarded
lus of an official state
.. Russia. As for the play.
una in the lead, it was to
an international sen-
rcallv surprised that I
an actress. I was not
liHikinK I was very
Ih King legs, red hair, and
la'! over mv face." Rovina
always said about herself
Nor did her background in-
dicate that she would be the
leading lady of the Hebrew
theatre. Miss Rovina's father, a
clerk, belonged to the extremely
Orthodox Lubavich Habad
movement, and her mother
worked as a seamstress. She
attended a Heder for Girls and
kindergarten Teachers'
Seminary. For two years, she
taught Hebrew at an Institute for
Refugee Children on the Polish-
Russian border. As a kin-
dergarten teacher, she knew
hardships freezing cold winter,
nights without heating and much
work.
FOR NINE years, Channa
Rovina and the members of the
Habima troupe in Moscow
continued to perform The
Dybbuk and added other Jewish
classics like The Eternal.leu and
The liolem to their repertoire
until they reached a point where a
Hebrew language theatre
committed to Zionism faced
insurmountable problems in
Communist Russia
In 1926. Habima left Russia for
a tour of Kurope and the United
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States where the troupe won
much acclaim. The members of
Habima then had their gravest
crisis. Founder Zemach wanted
to remain in the United States
and introduce the Hebrew theatre
to the already established
Yiddish stage. Rovina and other
members of Habima Aharon
Meskin and Zvi Friedland in-
sisted that the ensemble move to
Palestine to fulfill the vision of a
Hebrew theatre catering to
Hebrew speakers.
Thus, in 1928. some members
of Habima sailed to Palestine,
touring in Europe until 1931,
before eventually making their
home in Tel Aviv.
ROVINA, who was given the
title "Queen of the Theatre" in
1929 and referred to with af-
fection as "The Lady," per-
formed over 68 roles to hundreds
and thousands of fans. In ad-
dition to the part of Leah in The
Dybbuk, which established her
name, her more impressive roles
include Tamar in Keter Dai id.
The Mother in The Sacred Flame.
Portia in The Merchant of
Venice, and Hava in Tuvia the
Milkman. The resonance of her
deep voice and the beauty of her
regal presence dominated the
Hebrew stage in a career
spanning more than 60 years.
In 1957. "The Lady" was
honored with the Israeli Prize for
her creativity and contribution to
culture and arts in Israel. In
recognition of her ac-
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Hebrew tragedienne ... of the
magisterial quality of her per-
formances through the decades
. and for playing a leading role
in the creation and building of
' theatre in renaissance Israel,"
she was awarded an honorary
doctorate in 1975 by Tel Aviv
University In the same year she
was honored with Israel's
Woman of the 'tear Award
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in Bonn
CDU Solon Affirms Party's Support of Israel
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The foreign affairs spokesman for
West Germany's Christian
Democratic Union (CDU)
reaffirmed his party's support for
Israel and its people but in-
dicated that it would not ad-
vocate direct German military
support should Israel require it.
The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency asked Dr. Alois Mertes if
he agreed with the position of
Kuropean Parliament President
Simone Veil, of France, who said
here several weeks ago that
Western F.urope should use
military force'' if Israel's
existence as a state was
threatened. He replied that
Germany's constitution
prevented such action by the
nation but indicated that in-
dividual (iermans could help.
Mertes was in Washington to
explain the views of the West
(erman opposition party to
American officials and members
of Congress with respect to the
defense of the West against the
Soviet Union.
HE WAS asked by the JTA if
he considered Israel to be a
strategic asset in West European
defense and about the reported
Anglo-French agreement to press
for changes in Security Council
Resolution 242 that would open
the door to Palestinian Arab
participation in Israel's
negotiations with neighboring
states He did not respond
direct I v to those questions.
Mertes. who presumably would
become West Germany's Foreign
Minister if his party took power
in the next elections, spoke of the
need for a "conistent" policy by
the West toward the Soviet
Union because the Soviet Union
wants a political victory and
peace'' and "control of Western
Europe." He met here with
diplomatic correspondents at a
breakfast sponsored by Foreign
Egyptian Sees Summit
With President Carter
CAIRO Gen Kama! Hassan
Ali. Egypt's Minister of Defense,
in an interview here Sunday said
that a summit meeting may be
held next month involving
President Carter. Egypt I
President Sadat, and Israel's
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin.
It is expected a summit
grouping the three leaders will be
held in April, unless the
Palestinian autonomy
negotiations make progress in
March.'' Gen Kamal Hassan Ali
declared in the interview
published in the Egyptian
newspaper. AlSiyassi
THE FOREIGN Minister
made his remarks after the last
round of autonomy negotiations
in the Hague last week failed to
achieve more than formal
progress.
Negotiations are focusing on
setting up an elected self-rule
council to run the affairs of the
11 million Arabs on the West
Hank and in Gaza.
The next round of autonomy
negotiations is due at the end of
March in Cairo, and will !>
spurred by the Ma> 26 deadline
for both parties t<> come up with a
solution to the thorns question.
The Egyptian's comments are
in essence a blunt warning that
no proges> has been made so far
as President Sadat is concerned,
who has been upping the level of
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from Israel on the autonomy
question beyond those as defined
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THIS IS the view of Israeli
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President Carter as the ultimate
threat in the exacting of further
Israeli concessions.
Particularly as this is an
election year. Israeli officials
note. President Carter will be
especially inclined to pressure
Israel toward the kind of
autonomy plan that may
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Palestinian state on the West
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* Jen istfkrMinn
Page 17-A
fUndlin
rab Activists at U. of Miami
,ud from Pane 4-A
Advanced Inter-
lidies
let h<> and anti-Zionism,
write five Arab
registered at the
Professor Wise is ac-
)r the building and
I tablishment and
ft he University of Tel
thi- m no way a cer
[Qualification (sic! to
Director of toe Center
lined International
reference to Dr. Wise's
sous gesture of
(his annual salary as
the (enter to the
io) Miami in the form
a reference equating
money as a classic
tic ploy the
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view, but also from negative
point of view (sic) Kach story
has negative and positive
aspects."
Such chutzpah, for Arabs
whose rapacious propensity for
amassing money in the hist
decade through international
cartelism and the manipulation of
multicorporate enterprise has
nevtr In-fore been matched in
history, to lecture the community
about the morality of how funds
should and should not be used
And for such well -heeled Arabs.
who have by now just about
brought western civilization to
its knees through the
manipulation of money, to trade
on ancient anti-Semitic canards
having to do with Jews and
money Jews and their paltry
pennies meant for Parisian
baubles and a night on the town
at Caesar's Palace with Johnny
Carson or Ruddy Hackett or
some other such mas mid
But the most potent attack in
the Feb. 22 letter is not upon Dr.
Wise. a distinguished
academician and industrialist of
international stature in the
Jewish community At least not
directly
THE CLEVER Arab prop
agandists argue that the U of M
Center for Advanced Inter-
national Studies is merely an
ink on paper' Center Say
they The Center has only one
smind area of Studies and thai is
the Latin American area The
Center lacks, tn name a tew.
academicall) specialized faculty
members, periodicals and a
lemphasis mine I of its
current curriculum, the latter
meaning t" make it .1 staging
area tor the I'l.i
1*0 prove their point that the
ter s admitted weaknesses
are all the fault ol it- Jewish
1 ad Zionist imperialist .
colonialist racist I director. B
fault t he) ol course could easilj
correct given the power to take
over, the students dei lare
I>r \\ ise. through his salarj
fund. brought 8 \ 1-it in),'
professor, l>r ti Warburg, trom
the Universit) of Tel Avrt in
order to teach Middle East and
Islam .lust let us imagine an
Itrvali m'i professor supen ising
the Arab stud.Tits at the Center
lie reminded that the Arabs are
technical!) at war with Israel and
an) connection between their
citizens and Israelis might, if not
will, jeopardize their future
WHAT SPECIAL tune are the
students piping' Clearly, that
an Israeli specialist is incapable
of teaching a course on the
Middle Fast and Islam, not only
for what they consider to be
reasons of obvious prejudice, but
because they are at war with
Israel in the Middle Fast.
Who cares? If their studies in
Miami put them in jeopardy, why
don't they leave? If they are at
war in the Middle East, why
don't they go back to the Middle
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answer is that they mean to con-
tinue waging that war her*, in
Miami and in Washington and in
Cambridge. Mass and in any
other place where there is a
university campus to be besieged
and enslaved
I he most \ icious charge in the
letter is the Arab student" dec
laration that I)r Wise,
through his fund, orchestrated a
forum of the Middle Fast in
which one school of thought Isicl.
This is done (sic! without prior
consultation and to the dismay
and rejection of the students at
the Center and of the Arab
students at the university- at
large
MEANT HERE in this
miasma of illiteracy, characteris-
tic of these kinds of "students"
for advanced degrees in inter-
national affairs, is that Dr. Wise,
in their view, rigged a Feb. 12-14
conference sponsored by the
Center on the theme. The
Middle Fast and the West:
Toward the Fnd of the Twentieth
Century," without the presence
of Arab specialists to present an
Arab and Islamic point of view.
This is a damnable lie. The
conference featured many Arab
academicians and political
statesmen, including Prof Saad
Fbbin Ibrahim, of the University
of Cairo. Mohammed Yeganeh. a
former Foreign Minister of Iran;
Dr. Nun Frin. Ambassador of
Turkey (Ret I; and Rouhollah K.
Ramazani, University of Vir-
ginia, among others
In any case, who are these
students to assess what
forums ought to feature? <>r how
weak or strong particular depart-
ments ol the Center ought to
Who are the) to insist that the
Middle East studies division
should be strengthened in their
own image as 1 better stage tor
\ ah propaganda here?
I Sl PPOSE, in the end. the
ol I r \\ :s(. and. indeed of
the 1 ol M Center itself, can't
matter much in the scheme of
things I he distant and detached
nature of the I niversit) ol Miami
itself, which is more of an ex
clus. il club tor the elite
philanthropists who participate
in its socialite functions than a
center ol education tor the com-
munity, encourages such an
indifferent point of view.
Still, here i~ a potent Miami
Jewish community sitting back
on its sleek, suntanned haunches
Utterly mured to a war waged by
Arab henchmen in their own
backyard That war is a far
different thing from the usual
backstage socialite nonsense
occurring on the University of
Miami campus for its privileged
minions, and the Jewish com
munity, the subject of such a
vicious attack from a flea-sized
Arab segment, just doesn't give a
damn.
Is it that it prefers to rub
shoulders with its judenrein
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leadership at the Center and
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students and nothing more.
No longer ought their thinly-dis-
guised political activism be
tolerated. The campus is not the
U.S. Embassy in Teheran to be
overwhelmed by bully-boys.
They must accept their place
as guests at the university and
in this country and they must
give up trying to usurp the role of
host If they have legitimate
complaints about the Center's
programs, then let them he aired
academically, not polemically.
Theirs is not the pri\ ilege to
serve as Yasir Arafat a ,1 ; meed
legions here, and forthwit! hey
must be made to understand hat
the teaching ol foreign affairs at
the university. even Middle
Eastern foreign affairs, can not
be turned over to them as the
minions of militant Islam.
IF THEY don't like the
message, then there ought to be
other fields for them to toil in
not ours.
With Jews sitting on the
University of Miami Citizens
Board. with Jewish names
decorating the endowed facades
of numerous facilities on the U of
M campus, with a potent
population of Jewish students
attending classes there, the com-
munity ought to rise up and tell
the Arab "students'- to take their
war back where they came from if
these conditions don't suit them.
Does the Jewish community
have the courage for this? So far.
it is too busy, playing socialite
and that sort of thing Besides.
pretty soon now. the ACLU will
surely take up the much-
maligned Arab cause as an
exercise in freedom ol expression.
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[Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NOPROPERTY)
INTMf CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE t. EVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civ, act.on No M 2*27 FC
ACTi -N FOR DISSOLUTION
F MARRIAGE
l|l of
I COZAI D1VAR.
I
and
NO ".is
.'.
T<' N na Irli Zaldlvar
iir., addraaa
own
YOI iRE HKKKBY NOT!
.1 .in action for
I Marriage has
been I I against you and you
ale no nr.it to serve a copy of
your i itten defenses, if any. to
it on \I.HERT L CARRI
CARTT P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2401 V.\ 7th Street. Miami,
Florida 88138, and file the
original with the clerk of the .
above stylad court on or before |
ktAreh 28, 1M0; otherwise a
default w ill be entered against
lot the relief demanded in
till om plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
ones each week for four con
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal hi said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21 day of Feb
ruarj
RICHARD P BRISKER
AaClark Circuit Court
1 lade County, Florida
B) i 'lannda Brown
Is Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seali
Albert I. Carncarte. P.A.
\ V. fUi Street
Miami Kli.nda .13129
180S I 849 7817
Attorn. \ i..r Petitioner
08680 Feb 28.
March 7 14, 21, 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 80 2141 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
EPARKER
..I ll GRALA,
TX I 0 I- I'M
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v, :< HEREBY NOT!
FIEI ,.c tinn fur
Ige has
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attoi r Pel lonei a I
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irk of the
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Mai Iherwlse a

S'd in
petition
be | ibl
uti, weeft tor (our con-
In THE
IAN
WITSI and and the
..! Miami.
daj of
:
rich \i:d P BRINKER
\ rk i 'ircuit Court
I Florida
n> i, s CarUa
; It) Clerk
i Circuit i ourt S.-.U i
Eeb 15.22.28.
March". 1980
< I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No (0-227SFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA EDNA SCHROEDTEF
Petitioner Wife
VS.
A II.1.1 AM JAMES
SCHROEDTER.
Respondent Husband
TO WII J.I AM JAMES
SCHROEDTER
414 S. Casino Center. 11
Las Vegas, Nevada 88101
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIACE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses, if
any. to it on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESQ.. plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 2385
Salzedo Street, Suite 308. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134 on or
before March 21st. 1880: and
file the original with the clerk
of this court either before
service on plaintiff's attorney
or Immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on February
14th. I9n
RICHARD P BRISKER
h .( the I 'ourt
B) K Seifrled
Ah I leputy lerk
OHMI Feb 22.29,
March 7, M, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-74tt FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IS RE The marriage of
on Yelez.
Petitioner wife.
ami
I,, V i
ipondenl Husband
TO IOSE \ KI EZ
reet
I aaaali Nets Jersey
Y 11| ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
beei filed agaJrurt you and you
are required to serve a copy of
so ,i written defenses. If any. to
ii on ARTHUR H. LIPSi in
attorney for Petitioner, whost
addn Is IBIS Northwest 187
Sir..! Suite HOB. Miami
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
st\ led i ouli on or before March
28, 1980. otherwise a default
w ill be entered against you for
the n'lief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
- each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of
February. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
("in .ill Court Seali
08SM Feb 29.
March 7. 14.21, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 79 159 24 FC 13
FAMILY DIVISION
In re t ii
Adoption of
nor .hud
B)
CH WU.ESHII.I.
Petitioner
LMENDED
ICr OF action
TO CLE \i: NCE
EMM INI EL
WILLIAMS
NCE UNKNOWN
v.n m;k NOTIFIED that
ai ., ttofl lor the adoption of a
nun I en ('led and you
.,. serve a copy of
' on. if any
B H BRODY ESQ.
Illloner, whose
NE |g1 -
\ M H Fl 88182 on or before
Mai It 28 1980 and file the
original with the clerk of this

or immediate!*
vise 9 ilefault
net you for
petition
a ; NESS m) hand and
- '
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk I thi Court

\- Deput) Clerk
Fel -
Marcl 7 ii .M 198"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
Case No SO 1807 FC
FAMILY DIVISION

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B)
ALPHONSO McPHERSON
Petitioner
NOI ICE <>K MTION
TO BARLE OLIVER
RESIDENCE INKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
.ii. .ii lion lor the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
and you are required to serve a
, op) of your written objection.
if any. (o it on B H. BRODY.
ESQ. attorney for Petitioner.
w bo.se address is 833 NE 187 St .
N M U Fl 33162. on or before
March 14. 1980. and file the
snginal with 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
ADOPTION petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Feb 8.
1980
Richard P Brtnker
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
UHS08 Feb. 18. 22. 29,
March 7. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ;
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74 8802
Division 03
IN RE. ESTATE OF
DOl-OKES FACONTI
SCOTTl.
11. .eased
NOTICE OF
ADMIN 1STRATIOS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
estate AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
Of the estate of I lolores Faeontl
S. oil i ,i.....assd, File Number
79 HOa is pending in the Clr
Florida. Probate I 'vision, the
address of whlc' s 73 West
Flagler Street. Vi ml, Florida
3.1130 The personal represen
tative of the MtAta Is DAVID
FREEMAN hose address is
13901 NF First Avenue. Miami
Florida The name and address
of the personal represen
Latoe 'a attorney are set forth
below
All I laims or
i|. ind ...insl the .state are
required WITHIN THREE
ROM THE DAT*:
ol- THE FIRST PIB
I in OF THIS NOTICE
t, rith the clerk of the
.it a written state
,im or demand
ma) have Each claim
Itlng and must
. (or the lalm
tin- name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
lomey, and the amount
Claimed K the claim Is not yet
due II tUta when It will
become due shall be stated If
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
m.ul one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice ol Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
dei rdent's win the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
Jurladli tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
IND OBJECTIONS not so
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
MARRED
Date ol ihe first publication
0l this Notice of
Administration Feb 29. I9dti
DA\ ID FREEMAN
\- Personal Representative
Of Ihe Estate of
Do nil Scottl
I leceased
ATToRNr Y I OR PERSONAL
REPRE SENTA ITVE
KWITNEV KROOP*
SCHEINBERG P A
. i Suite 512
He.,, h Florida .1.1139

>rs
March 1
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 11 IS
Division 07
in I'.K i:< rvn 1 II mi K : -' 11 iCHTER
1
N( rTICE OF
\: MINISTR tTION
...
M HI RT SCHACH
TElt leceased
Cli
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Mian .

the pel tonal repi
.11 1
laiivi et forth
: .,
' 1
1, e wltl
1 MONTHSOl
PI HI.ICA I
nl- Till.- NOTICI
.lam late and
. an) ibjectlon by an in
1 son to whom noUi 1
waa I lenges the
lit) of the will. the
qualifications of the personal
repreaentatlvi venue or juris
dii iioi,,,(the ourt
Ml. O AIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
I'ubliiation of this Notice has
OegUfl on Eeb 29, 1980
Personal Representative
GEORGEJ SCHACHTER
SIDNEY!) SCHACHTER
Apt 1008
100 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. FL 83139
ELEANORS ROTHFELD
7710 282nd Street
Floral Park. NY 11004
Attorney for Personal
Representative
HAYSAGRl'NDWERG
Suite wvu
21 SE First Avenue
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone SOB 371-4419
08560 Feb 29. March T. 1980
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE ss
The undersigned, under oath.
says It Is the Intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of CHECK
MATE located at .1701 No
Country Club Drive. In the city
of No Miami. Dade County
Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise, and the extent of
the interest of each, Is as
follows
Oaylord Ureer Inc
P.O Bon ia
llaliamlale EL 33009
B) Irving Greenfield
Pres
Duntr) ciubDr
' Feb 29 Mai, h 7 M 21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 821
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n RE Hie marriage of
H Dim m
CORDERO AHMED,
Petitioner wite
ind
IA1 \l: \HMED
i ;
in z .: LHMED
vMiess I 'nknow n
V( ll \i;k HEREBY NOT!
FIEI > thai u iion i,'i
; ussolutl m of Mai rtage has
been filed against you and you
rdto aerve a copy your w rltten defenses. If any. 10
ii on i ROGER FELDMAN
Baq attorney (or Petitioner
whose address is 801 Arthur
Godfre) Road Miami Beach
Florida 83140 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March IT, 198D. otherwise a
.It will be entered against
you (or the relief demanded in
the i omplalnl or petition
This no) Ice shall be published
once each weak for four con
Ml utn weeks in THE
IEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
Of said court at Miami.
Florida on this ll day of
February, 1980
RICHARD l' BRINKER
\-1 lerk Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
B) \ Hark ley
\- I leputy Clerk
c 'iHirt Seal i
I Rogei I- eldriUUI, Esquire
UlUI Sodfrev Road
Beach. Florida 33140
- '.MI
Attome) fur Petitioner
Feb IS -.
m i -, r | uiau
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No I0 24O0FC
FAMILY DIVISION
age of
JOYCES BRYANT
Petitl
M M'.K MIC. \\ I
ipondenl
N. ITICE OF ACTH IN
T" M M'.K BRYANT E2
.-.. M VIST
hn 2ND AD
FORTH H I n \ LS
Y ol tRE NOTIFIED lluil
dlaaol itl
ha i h.e n filed
and you
I i
.i\ to it on
II h BR< 'DY i- >v atlome)

\ N M H FL
Mai -
glnal wil
.

mil will rx
.i
,\ -.
irt HARI I BRINK! R
i: nda Bi
\ : leput) Cl< -
Pel
u.r-t.T is oi isan
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE DTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80 75SS
Family Division
IN RE rhi irrlageof
HENRI A REGIS.
: Husband.
Ll C1TA Rl
Reapondenl Wife
NOTICE BY PUBUCATION
Y'H Ll I ITA REGIS. Rue
12K. No 90. Norde Shop. Cap
Haitien Haiti, are hereby notl
lied to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For Ills
solution of Marriage filed
against you. upon Husband's
attorney. GEORGE NICHO
LAS, ESyl'IRE. 612 NW 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 83188.
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before March
28. 1980, otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 70 day of Feb
ruary. 1980
Richard P Urmker Clerk
By Clarinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
U8365 b>d 29
March 7. 14.21. 1880
INTHECIKv .iT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 80-2188 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
DAVID DAYAN
Petition i
and
\ ll'.iilNIADAYAN
Respondent
NOTICE I IF ACTION
TO VIRGINIA DAYAN
Residence t'nknown
Yin \rk NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
lag* has been filed
Ad yoil are
serve a copy of your
* rltten defi my to it on
H H BRODY, attome)
Petit* is is
NMB, FU
>n or before March 21,
ind file the original with
;.'ie i lerk of tnis i ourt either '
' before service on Petitioner or
immediatel* thereafter, other-
Wlaa a default will be entered
agalnet you for Ihe relief
demanded In Ihe complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Feb 12.
;"sn
pj, hard p Brlnker
\ clerk of the Court
\\\ Clarinda Brown
. 'lerk
08934 Feb IS -
March7 i*-"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 7I54FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIACE
IN RE The marn.igeof
PIERRE P M LEPIENNE
Petitioner
AI TARGRAOE EPIENNI
.. aALTARGRAGE
SI FLEUR
I:. 'iK.n.lent
ro ALTARORAQI
EPIENNe.
.. k aALTARGRAGE
St FIE! R
HiS nie i'lerre
I 'lenchinat
SI Mar. HAITI
Yi'l ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
solution of your Marriage has
been filed Hid oommenced In
I in I ami you are required
to mt\ i i op) "i your w ntlen
defer. to it. on CAR
LOS M MENDEZ Eaq
attorne) fOI Petitioner whose
addi v\ ith tvenue
HIALEAH EL II and
,. with the Clerk
ol Ihe it) led > 'ourl i
" a ise a
entered a: llli'l
11| ,.. I (or In
.'ion
. ., ; '
racl sfeel for I
live eek In THE
'ISH FLORIDIAN
Ml
H : rNESS nn haul and the
kid COUM at Miami
la) ,.f
RICH M'.l'C BRINK) R
v Clerk C ill '.sirt
Hade Count) I-
B) I "el* it ,i
leputy Clert
M Mei i K*,|
A Itl \
Ilia.. ...' I- ... Id 18013
Ml
0BS3I Fel
Marcl I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W4S0
Div04
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
M M.Ni.l.l \
.1.. i
A
HEREBY ViTI
(or
4* Mai

BENNI PI n Fl LTZ
til
.'.
i file
, I k .,(
Man li .'1 1MB, other
will be snti
.ki tor the rrllel
nplainl or
petition
Is not:, a shall be publish.,1
once each week tor four con
itlve weeks in THE
JEWISH I- 1.. iRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 12 day of Feb-
ruary. 1980
RICHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByV Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Bennett D FulU. Esq
619 SW 12th Avenue
Miami Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
08827 Feb 13.22. 28.
March 7 19m
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 80 317a FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
FRANCIS SCHROW
Petitioner
and
HENRYSCHROW
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO HENRYSCHROW
Residenre t'nknown
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
.ui action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
and you are
p> of vour
i r.t.i. defenses, if any. to It on
II H BRODY attorney for
aaa is
NE l7 ,
irch 21
i ...
rl ,-i either
StltlOi
'immediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
oided In the complalnL/'r
petition I
WITNESS my hand and the
f this Court ii Feb 12.
Richard P Brlnker
.rk of the Court
IU Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
aggSg Feb 13. 22.29
March7 iw-n
Hi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 7183 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage o(
I I CAS M1GI E1.DE1 c.ADo
I'etitioner Husband.
and
FLORANIMIA DELGADO
Reeponderrl Wife
To FLORANIMIA DELGADO
Realdeni a t 'nfcnown
Y>I ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an a< tion for
Dtaaoluttan of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are reo,uired to serve a copy of
written defenses If any 1.
it .si A KOSS ATTORNEY \
LAV. P A attorney for
I'etitioner. whose address '
101 NM 12th Avenue. Miami
Florida 3312k. and file the
Ml with the clerk of the
.iIm ive styled court on or before
M ,-. h 21. 19*0. otherwise a
, ot will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the omplalnl or petition
Tills notice shall be published
, eat h week for fot, -
i^e weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mj hand and the
! said .ourt t M
U on this 12th fa*)
,. 19.NH
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
M> i "larinda Brown
\- eput) Clerk
eail
\ Koas vnnni.'i
V. I -.* 1 \
i iiLi 0138
\ l\.
f for I 'etllloner
Feb IB X
Man :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
tilVEN that the undent]
age in buall
the fi. tin,, rtam.
tLE THAI
tvenui U
la3 '.ii intei
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'. Florida
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ant
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT .'
Civil Action No 80 730* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I: i Die marriage of
v ICTOK P i'.MlJi
I 1,lioiwr Husband
and
BEATRIZ l RAl'IJi
a k a
HEATRIZJARA.
i-Mi.lei.t Wife
Hi IIF.ATRI/J RAt U)
a k a
HEATRIZJARA
San Joaquin 1998,
3er piso Deplo 4
lol.lai ion Alesaandrl.
San Miguel. Santiago.
CHILE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to Mrvr a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It
on CARLOS M MENDEZ.
Esq attorney for petitioners
whose addreas Is 298S W 4th
Avenue. HIALEAH. Florida.
33012. and flic the original with
the Clerk of the styled Court on
or before March 21. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
on. e eai h wvek. for four con
se* ullve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Florida, on this 14 day of
Eehiuary 19*4'
RICHARD P BRINKER
La Clerk Circuit Court
only. Florida
larinda Brown
As Dep'ityClerk
Esq
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MarchT. 14 19*0
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itlon February 29,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 I M
Divmon 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
AUGUSTA WEISSMAN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of AUGUSTA
WEISSMAN, deceased. File
Number 80 188. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 Weat Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 331*0 The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTH OF
THE FIRST PlHiLICATlON
Or THIS NOTICE ill all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an In
le re sled person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the persunal
representative. venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
M 1. CLAIMS AMI (II)
JECTIONS NOT so FILED
WILL BE rOREVER
BARRED
I'.ilili. atlon of tin- Notice has
begun on February 29. 1980
.'ii Personal Representatives
RICHAItii handler and
JOSEPH SCHI ME 11
BOO K H.illandalr Hearh Hlvd
No 811
HaJlamlalc Florida 330OV
Attorney for Personal
Representative
I.AW OFFICES Or lOSEPH
NCHMIER
.'.NiK Hitll.indalr lira, h lllul
M.ill..nil..!.. Florida BON
Telephone 945 1588 458 55.35
MSI Feb 29
_______ '> I_1B0
INTME CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADECOUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 UM
Division 01
IN KK ESTATE OF
JOSEPH MINK. IKK
l v. ease d
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
Thr ailmimstratlon of thr
estate of lOSEPH MINKOFF
iln rased Kile Number *0> 14*
Ll |" luting in Ihr Circuit Court
for Dade Count} Florida,
Prubate Division thr address
if wlu. h is fl Weat Flagler
Street Miami Florida M1SD
The names ,uid addresses of
the personal representative
and thr Denotes! represrn
latlvc attorney in set forth
below
All Interested persons are
required to tile with this court.
h thin rUKK.K. MONTHS OF
IHE FIRST PI BLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE in all
itate and
ibjection b) an in
IO bom nuti.
.i mailed thai i hallenges Um
lit) ol the will the
qoallfli atl
enue oi
M.I. ei \:\l VND mi
.
WILL BE FOREVER
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CYPENst NEVINS
t
Fel
Mai
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 10 1*02
Division 01
IN Rr ESTATE OF
Ai ihui A Skwer
l lei eaaed
NOTICE OF
\l 'MINISTRATION
ro \ll PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS oil DEMANDS
VUAINS I' THK. VHov E
\ 1 > VND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
\ i ii IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai thr administration
ot thr estate of Arthur A
Skwei .I.rased. File Numbei
- pending in thr Or
in! Court tor Hade County.
Florida Probate Illusion thr
address oi *hich is 73 West
I iglei St Miami Fl
The prrsonal
t epre scnlatlve of the estate Is
\il. ii Skwei In st address Is
itn. kell a^ Miami Fla
rii. nami and address ol the
.Ha; represental Ive'i
i imj are *< lot th belou
All |M-rson> ha\ Ing I lalmi or
it manda against tin estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THK DATE
"1 THK. riRST
PI BLICATION i >r THIS
NOTICE to file With the rlerk
I of the above court a written
men! of an) i lain
demand the) nut) have I
..iihi must be In u riling and
j must Indicate the basil Mr thr
I claim, the name and address of
the creditor or till agent or
i attorney. and thr amount
rlalmed If the claim Is not yet
'due. the dale when It shall
become due shall be stated If
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
[FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
lolij.i lions they may have that
challenge the validity of the
let rdent'a will the
'qualifications of the personal
representative, or thr venue of
junsiliiiion ut thr ourt
M.I. CLAIMS, DEMANDS,
\nh OBJECTIONS NOT so
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRER
Dal* ( the first publication
ol this Notice of
AdmlnlatraUon February 29,
: WD
Adrir Skwer
\ Personal Representative
oi thr Estate of
Arthur A Skwer
Deceased
ITTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Kwltne) Kroopa
Si heinberg, P A
120 Lincoln Road No si2
Mi,inn Hr.ii h Fla
Telephone BM 7rs7S
_0887S Feb 29. March?. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
1NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M UM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in UK Th.- Marriage ol
ISIDORA BARRER \S
Prtitioner Wilr
.1 r i.l
OSCAR BARRERAS
Respondent Hushand
l'i i OSCAR BARRER vs
Resident e l iikn.mii
vot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIEII thai .in ,u tion for
l llaaolutlon ol Man Ian has
been filed agalnal you and you
art- required lo srrvr a copy of
your written defenses if any. to
lion A KOSS ATTORNEY AT
LAW PA attorney tor the
iviitioner. whoM .nMrrss Is
101 n w i2th Avenue Miami
Fla 13138 and file the original
itn the < i.i k of the above
styled court on or before April
i i9n. otherwise a default will
i.....nlered egainsl you for the
reuel demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
all be published
unce each week for tour run
s/eel in
[HE JEWISH KlollIHl \n
u l rNESS hand end the
irl al Miami
FluridM lay of

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPE RTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 J735FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
WILFREDO l > VRBONELL
ll.i-i

,iCARBONELL
Wife
,, inta '..i i- i
i idence Addresi
unknown
v ui ARE HEREBY NOTI
thai an > tlon for
ilution ol Mai
been Wed
squired lo serve i op) *
youi wiittei i' ,:|V '"
,( on ALBERT 1
CARRICARTE, P A etl
mi the Pelitlonei who i I
.mi n w 7th SU
ii Florida 8S128 end me
tn. original with the clerk ol
the ebove it) led court on or
before March M, 19S0.
otherwise default win be
entered M*-inst you fur ihr
rellel demanded In ihr com
plaint or prill ion
This notice shall be published
wees foi foui con_
live weeki m the
JEWISH Fl ORID1 v-
WITNESS my hand and the
ourt .il Miami
Florida "ii this .'.' day of
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. 'IrrK .'in .11! I'ourt
. |i mt) Floi Ida
B) Clai in laB
\ Deputy Clerli
iL Cam .
, w rth si
Mlam ";0
m itn
Attorne) foi PetlUonei
Feb.lt
MarchT 14 21 198H
Page 19-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No. 10-2702 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRAICE
IN RE The marriage of
BARBARA A MORGAN,
Petitioner Wife,
and
JOHN A MORGAN.
Reapondent Husband
TO JOHN A MORGAN
1032 Ardmorr Drive
Greensboro. North
Carolina
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on ARTHl'R H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1518 Northwest 167
-.!.. Suite 110-B, Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
it) led court on or before Man h
n, 198ti. otherwise a default
a ill he entered against you for
the relief drmanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
eal Of said court al Miami
Florida on this 22 day of
February, 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Clarm.la Brown
I Deputy clerk
I Circuit Court Seali
OSMt Feb 29
Man h7. u 21. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No 7* 15372
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK. The marriage of
CAROL I. Bl TURLA,
Petitioner Wife,
and
JOSEPH BUTURLA.
Respondent Husband
TO JOSEPH lim'RU
800 Northeast 140th Street
North Miami. Florida
1.1161
Yuf ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
I.....n filed against you and you
it required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on ARTHT'R H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is ISIS Northwest 187
SI Suite 110 B. Miami. Florida
Mitt, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April I, 198(1.
otherwise a default will br
entered against you for the
relief demanded in thr com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
.. al Of -aid COUli at Miami.
Florida on Bus M day of
February ism
rich mid r BRINKER
Vs Clerk Cln mi Court
Dade Count) Florida
B) V Berkley
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Feb M
Marcl '
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 10 3*27 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
EDl'ARDO ROSALES.
Petitioner
and
MERCEDES SALASAR
ROSALES
Respondent
TO MERCEDES SALASAR
ROSALES
Residence Unknown
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any. to
it on MILTON C .;. KIDMAN.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
addreei is 19 Weel Flagler
street Suite S20 Blscayne
Building. Miami Florida and
file the original itn the rlerk
of thr above stylrd court on or
before April I 19Mi.olherwisea
default will be entered against
you for thr relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four eon-
tecutlve weeki in the
Jewish FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
f the wld court at Miami.
Florida this 25 day of
Februar) isn
RICHARD P BRINKER
Vs Clerk Circuit Court
By i leborah G Hess
As 1 leputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seali
MILTON C GOODMAN Esq
laWest Flagler Street
Suite 5:'.i Biscay ne Building
Miami Fla
Phone 379 I88B
Attorney for Petitioner
OgfJTO Feb 29
March 7, 14.21.1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
. CIRCUITIN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80 2823
FAMILY DIVISION

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been Hied and 1 ommeni
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DOI .Hi- RTY Vttorne) foi
PetlUonei Husband whose
1 Suite ItlO
tyne Boulevard Miami
iginal
ith thr Cirri- "hove
Vprll
1 1 km 1 otherwise, a default
iii ii. entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
Petition
This Notice shall be
published once each week for
Inui consecutive weeks III the
IEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS Bl) hand and the
teal ol Uus Court at Miami.
Dade County Florida this H
I,, ,1 Februar) 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk
lu .; S CARUE
Deput) Clerk
0BS7S K,-b M
March 7. H. 21. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB\
lilVEN *:ned'
fe In business
udei th. f.. tit'ous name
VMRITRAJ TENNIS OUT at
Bayshore Drive Miami
Floi ,n,*ndK ,h2
with the
. ol the I :'-> "'
I) Flonda
In.
aiu. Esq.
Attom. .
1 -.1, in. 1 u-i' itnitors Inc
' ":,' K Feb 18
**u March!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
DANIEL LORENZINN1 at 23S
Lincoln Road. Suite No 200.
Miami Beach. Flonda intends
lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
SAMUEL ZABIELINSKI
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Samuel
Zeblellnskl
130Lincoln Road Suite 392
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
H8M9 Feb 29
March 7, u 21.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai thr undersigned,
d. itrtng i" engage in business
under Ihr fli minus names M A
DW'ECK In. D It A SIN
,-K \rv N.i\ ELTY el -'."'n B
la IS1SI
ml.
with the Clerk ol the Circuit
1 rlda
M \ DW'ECK INC
HAK\K\ 1' FRII DM VN
, irne) for SI NCRAf T
NO\ i

Ml..
I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NO IEREBY
-.

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Miami Florida
lh the
Clert Court ol
Dal
-
GREA rER Ml VMI ISRAEL
CH VMBER OF COMMERCE
INI
U\ ARTHURS
ROSICHAN
drill
fit Interest
MORTON B ZEMEL.J D.
Attome) for Applu ant
Suite 111
16868 N E 19th Avenue
N Miami Beach. Fla 33162
08865 Feb 29
March 7. 14. 21. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage tn business
under the fictitious name of
Fl OIUDA ISRAEL CHAM
BER OF COMMERCE at
number 3950 Blscayne
Boulevard in the city of
Miami Flonda. intends to
regtstei the -aid name with the
Clerk ol thr Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
1 lati d ..! Miami Flonda. this
.'nth das ol February, 1980
GREATER MIAMI ISRAEL
>'H VMBER OF COMMERCE,
IN.'
R\ s ARTHL'R S
ROSICHAN
President
. v, interest
MORTON B ZEMEI. J D
Attorney for Applicant
Suite in
u \ E lth Avenue
N M.ami Beach. Fla 33162
Pel n
March 7. 14 21 1980
j IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. I0-1W4 FC
! ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Thr marriage of
, JACK C BISHOP,
Petitioner Husband,
and
;OMA J BISHOP.
Respondent Wife
TO OMAJ BISHOP
P.O Box 116
Williamson.
i;.sirgia30292
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
IFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
I been filed against you and you
[are required lo serve a copy of
I your written defenses, ifai
it on ARTHl'R H LIPSON
.attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street, Suite 110-B. Miami
Florida. :i3i89. and file the
'original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 14. 1980. otherwise
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
thr i omplatnl or petition
WITNESS Bt) hand and Ihe
4 said i ourt a! Miami.
Florida on this 7th day of
February. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
11,nil-county. Florida
By Clannda Brown
\ Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
(IKS 19 Feb 15.22.29;
March 7. 198C
NO i ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAV*
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
I. ring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
SOl'TH DADE CHRYSLER
PI.YMOl'TH at 29200 South
Dixie Highway. Homestead.
Florida 33030. Intends to
register -said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dadr County. Florida
W Y l. D INC
2920H South Dixie Highway
Homestead. Flonda 33030
M MIYINftSHEPPARD
Attorneys for
W.Y.L.D INC
BUSSuneet Drive
Bulls 190
Miami. Flonda33143
I 08519 Feb 15.22.29;
MarchT 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI
VEN that the undersigned.
|. ring to engage In business
under the name LAND AND
MARINE CONSTRUCTION at
Blai k water Drive
Marker 105. Key Largo. Ha .
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
Ronald E Arnold
Hi. hman s, Guttenmacher
1 Attorneys for epplli
.-. ayns Bidg
i iy w Flagh
Miami Fla 33130

H7. 14 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS



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Miami Flonda

Man hi
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKI OF
THE ELEVENTH JUSICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Ca*e No ao-207 (FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ROSED ROSEN
PetlUonei Wife
\ s
LEON VRD M ROSEN
Respondent Husband
in LEON-MID M ROSEN
1517 Naudaln Si
Vpt B
Philadelphia Pa
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
rttten answer and drfrnses. if
.m\ lo il on DANIEL
. VLLCP ESQ plaintiff s
attorney whose address is 2355
Suite 309 Coral
Gables Florida, 33134 on or
brio, e April I 1980. and file the
original with Ihe clerk of this
court eithei before service on
plaintlfl attome) or im
mediately thereafter other
... default will h entered
aguinsl you foi the relief
demanded In the complaint or
ion
WITNESS my hand and the
ol this court on Feb II
Hi.: iiker
I. Court
in m i Hertnett
\. I leputy Clerk
I b -".' March 7 11 21


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Primaries Feature
Block Vote
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Left to right are Rabbi Dr. Herbert M Haumgard,
Feldman and Alan Kessler, past presidents and co-chairmen of fiveyes
25th Anniversary Committee of Temple lieth Am
Basketball l-eague. cotillion
classes, three singles groups for
different ages. Sisterhood and
Brotherhood, and a group for
senior citizens. There is a hospital
visitation corps and a counseling
program.
llsraelis Fume Over U.S.
Vote on Settlements
ERUSALEM (JTAI
The Security Council
hition condemning Is-
settlementfl in the
Blustered territorites
no justification what-
per. the Foreign Minis-
declared during last
tend
a stau n nl issued in
alem. reign Ministry
[the J 'tlements in
and S i a are not only
dso B part of
I system.
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ntment over
I position in the
debate, and
oni sided anti-
do not con-
ess ol peai
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rhs Hague
P dks lerusalem con-
ing proposals as
I
' -.Her author-
vernment to
tutonorm Administration
wish settlements
;he I!
ases in the ter-
ritories with water which
originates in Israel proper, which
is considered by Israel as another
way of stressing that the Israeli
presence in the territories is only
temporary.
INCLUDING East Jerusalem
residents in the framework of the
autonomy. contrary to the
traditional Israeli view that there
is no separation whatsoever be-
tween West and East Jerusalem.
The setting of a committee
which should deal with security
problems in the territories, ig-
noring the Israeli view that only
Israel is authorized to deal with
these issues.
Political analysts in Jerusalem
described the American vote in
the Security Council as a grave
development in the relations be-
i wean the two count riea
The feeling here is that the
little credit that Israel policy in
the territory was tuning in the
I S i- running out
The I s which is in the midst
of an overall effort to recruit the
support of the Arab and the
Moslem world in the face of
Soviet aggression in Atgamstan
and the continuing problem of
the hostage* Ul Teheran, srms to
lose its patience.
S. Vote at UN Was 'Mistake/
Carter Tells Nation
"y night, President Carter
n d
*dr''. to make it clear that
' I mted States in
*.r> Council of the
Nations does not rep-
* a change m our position
ln* tht' l^aeli settlements
^cupied areas nor re-
'Mh-Matus of Jerusalem."
H added: "While
'"> to the establish-
Israeli settlements is
I well-known, we
strenuotU efforts to
language with
the dismantling of
-resolution.
'bsmantling was
'" practical. We
future dis-
-Ktlements
'"'e.i dating the
"?.'"tuitions."
f Preside
State Depart-
M-Kesman. Thomas
"'< I here is no change

in our basic policy on settlements
or Jerusalem" but declined to say
if Jerusalem is or is not part of
the West Bank.
"The future status of
Jerusalem is for the parties to
negotiate." the State Depart-
ment spokesman said.
Reston. who was questioned at
length on the U.S. vote in the
Security Council, insisted that
"our policy has been consistently
stated over a number of months
and remains unchanged Asked
how that position on settlements
and East Jerusalem squared with
Vice President Walter Mondale's
statement last November that
President Carter anil he stood for
one undivided Jerusalem. He-ton
said he would not comment <>n
the matter
\sk.-d why the l S voted for
the resolution, he replied that
the thrust ol the re* lutioi
listen! with U s policy
l(;i\ Ing expressed ou
to dismantling settlements, >
rjed t.j vote tor it
n^
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M
Haumgard. founding rabbi and
spiritual leader of the
congregation said this week that
"Bath Am has succeeded only
because of the special spirit of its
congregants."
THE CONGREGATION had
its beginnings in the spring of
1955. when a small group of
families banded toghether and
organized the South Dade Jewish
Center, meeting at what is now
the South Miami Library. A mid-
week Hebrew School began
meeting at the South Miami
Baptist Church. The weekend
Religious School held its classes
at the University of Miami. The
first religious service was held at
the Sunset Elementary School in
Coral Gables, and later religious
services were conducted in a
classroom at the University of
Miami. A Bar Mitzvah ceremony
was held in the Hillel House.
High Holiday services were in
Beaumont Hall.
In 1956. construction began on
approximately seven acres of
swampish land on Kendall Dr.
The first building, the present
Social Hall, served a multitude of
purposes. In 1959. the David
Light family built the first wing
ol the Mark Light School
Building. For the first time.
classes were held on the Temple's
own land When the school
building was erected, the Temple
membership doubled in one year
from 300 to 800 families The size
of the Religious School more than
doubled and approached its
present size.
In 1961, the Temple Forum
Series began, featuring such
personalities as Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, Sen Jacob K. Javits.
David Brinkley. Gen. Maxwell
Taj lor, Sen J William Fulbright
and Whitney Young as guest
speakers.
THE SANCTUARY. Youth
Ix>unge and a second wing of the
Mark Light School were com-
pleted in 1963 and 1964. The
Temple youth program took a
major step forward. "For the first
time, the Temple Religious
School became the largest in
South Florida." siad Rabbi
Baumgard. In 1971. we
established the Day School, in
1974 we built the Teenage
Building with large classrooms,
library, chapel and Assembly
Hall-Gym.
"The need for more meeting
and classrooms became apparent,
and the new Learning Center,
dedicated in mid-February, was
built. This building contains
more classrooms for children and
adults, major Arts and Crafts
room, and a lounge an
Voters will be going to
the polls next Tuesday,
Mar. 11, to cast their
ballots in the presidential
preference primaries, but
there are other issues on
which they must also
decide before entering the
voting booth.
Among these, for example, is a
proposed constitutional
amendment designed to increase
homestead exemption to $25,000
on school property taxes instead
of the present S5.000. Affected
would only be domicile property
owners who have lived in Florida
rs or more.
Only the League of Women
Voters has campaigned against
the amendment, which educators
anticipate fearfully will pass
because it is hard to reject a
proffered tax cut.
MORE HOTLY contested
than even the presidential
candidates themselves is the
Miami Beach redevelopment plan
I for South Miami Beach.
traditional home for a large and
financially-marginal Jewish
population, more recently joined
by many Cuban and even Black
families of similarly indigent
status.
Redevelopers want to change
the area into an elegant South
Shore. Should the plan pass, it is
anticipated that the project itself
would bring some 4.000 con-
struction workers to build the
resort which, it is estimated,
would require some 11.650 "man
years" of labor through to the
end of the 1980's.
Conceived of as a Miami Beach
"Venice. the redevelopment
plan would dredge some 11,700
Feet of canals from the coral rock
laid down before 1915 to con-
struct South Miami Beach in the
first place.
ANTICIPATED is the erec
tion of nine new hotels. 3.500
apartment and condominium
units. 15 acres of restaurants and
shops, a 400-slip marina and
parking garages for 13.000-plus
cars.
in audition to the S380 million
public revenue bond sale, the
proceeds of which would help
relocate some 5.800 people
currently living in th tree and
to build the roads, bridges and
canals, the Redevelopment
Agency anticipates the influx of
soii> million in pn\
investment funds
Should the plan l>. passed next
Tuesday, the first target sue of
construction will be at the block
between Michigan and Lenox
Avenues and between Fifth and
Sixth Streets. This would mean
the search for new housing and
relocation for some 60 families
currently liv ing there.
AS PART of the object of the
proposed $380 million public
revenue bond sale. South Beach
residents to be relocated will
receive economic assistance for
moving Many will be getting
rent subsidies go that they pay no
more than 25 percent of their
income for rent For eligible
persons over 65, subsidies will be
lifetime. There are equivalent
plans for persons between 50 and
55
In the presidential preference
ballotting. Democrats and
Republicans will have the op-
portunity of stating whom they
prefer in their respective parties.
The Democratic list features
President Carter and includes
Sen. Edward Kennedy of
Massachusetts. as well as
California Gov. Jerry Brown and
Rep Philip Crane of Illinois.
The Republican race features
front runner Ronald Reagan, with
George Bush of Connecticut a
dose second. Also running are
Sen Howard Baker of Tennessee.
Rep John Anderson of Illinois.
Sen Robert Dole of Kansas, and
Gov John Connallv of Texas
New Book For Rabbi
To Be Unveiled at
Emanu-El Sisters' Fete
An original play. Wednesday
the Rabbi Beamed." will be
presented at the 40th anniversary
luncheon of the Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood Wednesday, March
12, at noon in the Friedland
Ballroom of the Miami Beach
congregation.
Reservations for the event,
which also will mark the in-
troduction of a new book. Por-
traits in Charcoal, by Dr. Irving
I>ehrman. may be made at the
temple office.
Dr. Lehrman. rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El since 1943. will be
honored at the luncheon, with
Mrs. Samuel N. (Pearl) Friedland
as chairman of the day, and Mrs.
Stephen (Barbara) Sonson,
president of Sisterhood. All
proceeds will go to the scholar-
ship fund of the Lehrman Day
School, and to the Belle Lehrman
Youth Center program.
The play will feature Elaine
Glickman. I.ydia Goldring,
Barbara Hirsch. Libby Levin.
Hope Pomeranoa, Terri Witten
ind Arlene Harris Millie Draizar
is musical director; choreography
is by Barbara Hirsch and I.ydia
Goldring; and Trixie Ix>vin is
"ejewislti Floridian
1 ridaj March 7.
SECTION B
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
producer, director and author.
Mrs. Sonson said a gourmet
party and exhibit of drawings by
Rabbi Lehrman will be held at 11
a.m. in the Pearlman Mural
Room Wednesday, immediately
prior to the luncheon. Mrs.
Sherman (Mary) Rose Kaplan
and Mrs. Irving (Hazel) Cypen
are patron committee chairmen.
The new book, which features
some 70 portraits and
biographies of world leaders,
graphically reproduces some of
the charcoal drawings of Rabbi
Lehrman which he has produced
over the past twi Dr.
Lehrman did many of the
drawings from but
others wen made fromdefii
photographs
Theiabbispends
each year in hi-
ind much of Ul
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Federation Women to Sponsor Brunch '^/i^^.wl^Lle^
South Dade Donors of the!
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-'
eration Women's Division will
sponsor the South Dade Donor
Brunch on behalf of Federation's
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-'
paign on March 17 at 10 a.m. at
the Mutiny Club.
The event, chaired by South!
Dade Donor Committee co-chair-
women Gail Jaffee and Sandi
Simon, both of Kendall, will
feature guest speakers Howard
Stone, director of the United
Jewish Appeal Overseas
Program, and Maxine Schwartz,
vice president for community
Stone
education,
Division.
Schwartz
GMJF Women's
Stone joined UJ A in 1971 after
Beth Torah Men's Club
To Honor Jack Ablove
Joel Feinman, president of
Beth Torah Congregation Men's
Club, announced that Jack
Ablove. Gabbai of the
Jack Ablove
Congregation, will be honored on
Sunday. March 23. at an 11 a.m.
brunch at the Deakter Hall. Beth
Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach
Ablove's friends, members of
the congregation and the general
community are invited to par-
ticipate.
After attending the University
of Buffalo and until his recent
retirement. Ablove and his
brothers operated a number of
supermarkets in the Buffalo ana
He .ind hi- wife Sarah
M> been activt in all
phases <>i I'-^ish life Their hi
Jewish Music
Month Observed
J( wish Musit Month
with mi Chapti
Hadassah at if ,, ^-ular
.- on Monday, Man h I
p.m. at the Tum.irind
Vpartmenta Clubhouse on North
Kendall Drive
Kabbi Stanley (ierstein will
entertain with song and guitar.
On Heart Sunday. Feb. 24. the
Naomi Chapter had a Blood
Drive, under the direction of Mrs.
Elyse Plaskoff. program vice
president, in cooperation with
Temple Judaea and the John
Elliott Community Blood Center.
Shaloma Hadassah
Shaloma Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its regular luncheon
meeting at the Delano Hotel.
Miami Beach, on Monday, March
10, at noon.
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continues to be open for many
Jewish activities.
Ablove is a past president of
Temple Emanu-El. Buffalo, N.Y.
(a Conservative congregation);
took active part in the
organization of the United
Jewish Appeal there; was a
member of the Rosa Coplin
Jewish Home and Infirmary, the
Board of Jewish Education, the
Buffalo Hebrew Benevolent
Association and a host of other
Jewish organizations.
Proceeds of the brunch go to
the scholarship fund for Camp
Ramah.
serving as a consultant to the
organization for several years.
Currently a resident of New
York, he lived in Israel for several
years as a member of a kibbutz
and later in Jerusalem as an
advisor to the Ministry of
Health. Stone is a well-known
lecturer on the Holocaust and
contemporary Israel and is
published writer of short stories,
poetry and articles.
Mrs. Schwartz has served as
campaign chairman of the
Women's Division and as cam-
paign coordinator for the North
Dade area. She is a board
member of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education and an
active member of Temple Sinai of
North Dade. She has been
honored with Federation's Presi-
dents' Leadership Award and the
Distinguished Service Award of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
Assisting the South Dade
Donor Committee with plans for
the event are South Dade Ca.n-
paign chairwomen Gloria
Scharlm of Coconut Grove and
Sue Helfman of Coral Gables,
and Women's Division campaign
chairwoman Mikki Futernick of
South Dade Further information
is available by phoning the
Women's Division office.
Eleven chapters in Florida
Council. AMC Cancer Research
Center and Hospital, will present
their annual "Over the Rainbow"
luncheon Tuesday. March 11. in
the Napolean Room of the
Deauville Hotel.
Over 1.000 men and women are
expected to attend. Enter-
tainment and door prizes will be
part of the program.
In charge of arrangements are
Bess Goffstein, Lilian
and Ann White. ShpiU
Awnna,..!!Uncil Pr"V
AMC. will be guest speak*
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE
JEWISH CENTER
\ Salute to Israel" Oneg
Lbbat will be held Friday.
fclarch 14. at 7:30 p.m.. at the
Siorth Bav Village Jewish Center.
-hen Jean School and Morris
fcchreihman will receive Israel's
5eneratin Award.
||n School has been active in
anv Jewish organizations.
deluding ORT. Hadassah and
pity of Hope.
Schreil man is the "Gabbi" of
L, synagogue and was president
\[ the Minvonaires and the
fchairman of the Religious
JTommittee Irving Mandelbaum
\f chairman of the event.
DEL PRADO
\!,,\ and .ludith Ballas will
kceive I-rail's Generation
Award al Salute to Israel"
fcundav. March 16. at 10:30 a.m.
i the Dd Prado Auditorium.
The Ballast's have been active
bartmpants in many Jewish
brganuations, including Israel
kinds, 1 JA. ZOA, Hadassah
and B'nai B'rith
Special guest will be Eddie
Bchaffer. the American-Jewish
tumors' I I hairpersons are
\braham Albert, Saul Beren-
jaum. Jeanette Blumenthal and
Mac Gale Chairman of the event
11-1 hark* U ilder.
Vhakun
570H OLLINS AVENUE
Israel" Brunch
I) March It.. ,il
Regency Room
Vvenue, honoring
Shakun
The Shakuns have been active
for Bonds and the UJA. in ad-
dition to several other civic and
community organizations.
Emil Cohen is the special guest
entertainer, and Hal Salzman is
chairman.
SURFSIDE TOWERS
Michael and Jean Rechler will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at a "Night in Israel"
Sunday evening. March 16. at 8
p.m.. in the Surfside Towers
Social Hall.
The Rechlers have been
diligent workers for the Israel
Bonds Campaign. CJA-IEF and
Hadassah. Rechler is currently
president of Surfside Towers.
Emil Cohen is the special guest
entertainer and chairman of the
event is Maxwell Spiro.
MAR LEN GARDENS
A "Night for Israel" will be
held Thursday. March 20. at B
p.m in the Mar-I Social Hall, when Al and Rose
Postal will receive Israel's
Generation Award, recognizing
their many years of dedicated
communal service.
The Postals were active in
synagogue life in New York, and
Postal is currently president of
the Mar-Len Gardens Social Club
and president of Building 8
Corporation
Special guest is Eddie
Schaffer. nightclub entertainer
and humorist Chairpersons are
Mrs. Israel Levine and Mrs.
Matie Weintraub
Cohen to Address
AJC Chapter
The Justin Louise Wise
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress will meet on Thursday,
March 13, at noon at the
American Savings A Loan. Alton
Hid Lincoln Rd
Speaker will be Edward Cohen.
hairman <>t the Miami Dade
Chapter ol the American Civil
Liberties Union, legislative aid)
to Sen Jack Gordon and
hairman ol social concerns of
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The State of Israel Bonds' New
Life Dinner is scheduled Monday-
evening at the Konover Hotel,
when more than 300 local
community leaders will pay
tribute to the seven winners of
the Israel New Life Award.
The recently created honor will
be bestowed upon David
Schaecter. Jacob Brodzki, Isaac
Silberberg, Dr. Helen Fagin.
Ciisela Gutter, Otto Stieber and
Rubin Offenbach.
The winners are all survivors of
the Nazi Holocaust who have
made a new life in the United
States and who have
distinguished themselves in
various avenues of Jewish
communal and civic service.
The Israel Humanitarian
Award will be presented to Victor
Borge. international musical star,
who will perform in concert.
Dinner chairman Norman
Braman noted the uniqueness of
the event and said that the New
Life Award was created for the
Israel Bonds Organization and
will be given internationally.
"However, because the South
Florida community is special, the
awards will be given here first."
he said.
Reservations can be made by
calling the Israel Bonds office in
the Roney Plaza.
Lelchuks to Receive Israel Bonds Honor
Vivian and Herbert Lelchuk
have been selected to receive
Israel's David Ben-Gurion
Award at a Dinner of State to be
held at Temple Beth Moshe.
Sunday. March 16. at 7 p.m.. on
behalf of the Israel Bonds
Organization.
Dinner chairmen. Jay M.
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Vivian and Herbert Lelchuk
Adult Shabbaton Set at Beth David
Rabbi Rudolph Adler of
Congregation Ohev Shalom in
Orlando, rabbi and scholar, will
lead three study sessions at the
Beth David Congregation March
7 and 8 at the Coral Way
location.
Beginning with the late
Sabbath Eve service on Friday-
evening at 2625 SW 3rd Ave at
8 p.m.. he will speak on "The
Problems of Theology and Faith."
Saturday morning during the
Sabbath Service he will speak
about "Women in Prayer and
Ritual." and Saturday afternoon
at 5 p.m he will conclude with a
study session called "Prayer.
Study, and Education." There
will be a Seuilah Shlishit
following '.he Minchu service
Rabbi \dler also serves as
chaplain to the Navy in Orlando,
ami as chaplain to the University
ol Central Florida. He has
written extensively in Jewish
journals.
Southeast Region Rabbinical
Assembly president in 1976, he
has published several studies
including one on Jews and
Alcoholism and another on
Suicide on the College Campus.
Everyone is welcome to these
services and study sessions.
Tischenkel and Maxwell H.
Weisblatt. praised the Lelchuks
for their many years of par-
ticipation in Jewish communal
and philanthropic organizations
and noted their dedication to the
State of Israel Bonds Program.
Having served four years as
president of Temple Beth Moshe,
I^elchuk was also vice president
of the Southeast Region of the
United Synagoguesof America
He has been active with B'nai
B'rith and served as vice
president.
Mrs. Lelchuk has been a
member of the Temple's
Sisterhood and currently serves
as president. She is active in ORT
and Hadassah.
Israel Amitai. a leading Israeli
television producer, director and
writer, w ill be the guest soeaker
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Goes to Stephen Muss
Fried land to Receive Maimonides Award]
Stephen Muss. Miami Beach
civic, business and religious
leader, will receive (he national
Torch ot Hop. Award of the I
National Medical and
Research Center at .1 dinner 1:
honor Saturday night. March 29,
in the Grand Ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
Miami Beach.
\ reception at 7:30 p.m will
precede the black tie dinner
\. reptance of Muss, vice
president of Temple Fmanu-Fl of
Greater Miami, was announced
by Larry J Paskow. Florida
state chairman of the City of
Hope, a national medical center
in Los Angeles established to
admit on a free, non-sectarian
basis patients from all parts of
the country suffering from cancer
and leukemia, blood, heart and
respiratory ailments, and certain
maladies of heredity and
metabolism including diabetes.
Muss, largest property owner
and developer in Miami Beach,
currently is developing the
Towers of Quayside and a large
complex of private homes in
Miami. He is former chairman of
the City of Miami Beach Re-
development Agency and a
member of its five-man board.
Responsible for building the
five Seacoast Towers landmark
sites on Collins Avenue. Tower
House and the Towers of Key
Biscayne, Muss is the principal
owner of the Fontainebleau
Hilton, which is completing a
multi-million dollar renovation
program as the flagship hotel of
Florida tourism.
He ha- been active in com-
munity affairs since moving here
from New York City in 1962, and
serves on the Hoards of both the
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Sttphtn Muss
Greater Miami and Miami Beach
Chambers of Commerce
Muss has taken key leadership
positions for the United Way of
Dade County. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. State of
Israel Bonds. University of
Miami and numerous other
philanthropic and community
causes
He helped dedicate Alexander
Muss Park in Miami Beach in
memory of his father, for whom
he started to work in the building
business in 1946.
The national Torch of Hope
Vward, Paskow said, recognizes
the innumerable contributions
Stephen Muss has made to his
fellow man. and particular!)
recognition of his support
great centers <>t medical I
anil research such as
Hope
RADITIONS
-

We sit round trie Seder tabte each year, and celebrate The Exodus
. ; vadittons passed down to us over thousands of years These
traditions have Decome so much a part of our heritage they are inscribed
in The Hagodah for all the world to see the matzor v -Vshtanah .
the Aphikoman. the recitation of the plagues, the chant of Dayenu
on and on through the night, closing wit- had
id Seder, however, there are other kinds of traditio-
nons which are just as strong, just as chensheo The> xe our personal
family traditions Unwritten and un i ire as much a part of our
Seders as the hard ixxled eggs and Otter herbs. And among these, one of
the most popular traditions is the wine that is used throughout the
Seder evening That is Manischewrtz. of course In millions of homes, it
just wouldn't be Passover without a bottle of Manschewitz Kosher Wine
It b a wine that spans the generations and somehow, symbolizes the
conbnurty of the family Seder Races may change, we grow older, some
times there is a new youngster to
ask the MaNshtanah but always
there e the Manschewitz
It holds a traditional and honored
place at our Seder table
Produced and bOMftSd under
strict MMafesJ supervtston by
ftoM Dr. Joseph I. anger a
tabbi Solomon B Shapiro
ntwischeiwttz MAM Co.. NY. NY 11232
faahrutfi Certificate svHtsbU upon sjajaeej
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman
Of the board of Temple Fmanu
Fl. will receive the Maimonides
Award of the Tempi.- highest
honor ever bestowed by the
Miami Beach synagogue at
the 12th annual Lehman Da)
School Scholarship Ball March 22
in the Friedland Ballroom
Announcement ol the selection
of Friedland, past president ol
the congregation, was made bj
Dr. Irving Lehman, rabbi, and
Carol Greenberg, president of
Temple Fmanu-Fl.
Friedland will be honored for
his lifetime of leadership in behalf
of the congregation, its l.ehrman
Day School, the South Florida
and American Jewish com-
munities and of Judaism and the
State of Israel
The Maimonides Award,
named in memory of one of the
greatest Jewish philosophers and
rabbis of all time, represents the
dose association of the Rambam.
Moaas Maimonides la referred
to. with Jew i-h education.
The Lehman Day School
would not be the great institution
n i- today without the vision and
dedication "t Samuel N
Friedland, Rabbi Lehrman said
I dland. founder ol Food
Fair Mores, has sen ed as t he
president or chairman of the
board of such Jewish
organization- a- Mount Sinai
Medical (enter. State ol Israel
Bonds and the (ireater Miami
Jewish Federation
He has supported institutions
such as Brandeis University, the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and the Synagogue
Council of America in key
leadership positions.
40
But for nearly ,
principal identification'haVkT
with Temple Emanu-El k
wasasmallcongre,Jllunni2
the Miami Beach Jew ,|. i'
when be firs.
office Friedland wa -.J*
force in the esta
first Conservai *
school in South I x^"
been a patron .l_?*
)ay School sinci
Dr. and Mrs sl;,
w general cha ., D
Lehrman Day S. ,. slh()llrjjj
Ima Hadassah
Ima Hadass,,);
Chapter, will me,
the Jade U
Auditorium. 1720 \f-; j^ ^
Patricia (iale will entertain
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riliav. March I9SQ hnist fhridfiari
^tate Planning Seminars Are Scheduled
Z L..., I mv.rsitv iind its The thmw of ih.. nmmm ...rurlhe.r 'nformation on the
Page 5-B
Fethiva University
its
Einstein G liege ol
Vine an' sponsoring hstate
LnninK Seminars for laymen
^SLsionals in the field, in
ami Beach. March 13. and in
M Beach. March 14. It was
jounced by Habbi Herbert C.
bbrinskv. sxecutivs assistant to
L president. Yeshiva
diversity
The seminars are conducted as
of th< activities ol Yeshiva
University-wide
Planned Giving
rhaired by Albert
. partner, Parker,
j, Hattuu and Klimpl. who
,)f th Medical
biversity -
Immittee on
Bequesta
rker. senior
spin
j an overseei
|h.>.>i and chairman of its
luncil of governors
fcnThursdaj March I I at 9 30
ln, .. -|>i ored by
bhiva I niversit) will be held
al th< I'upont
The theme of the program i:
Planning for the Owner of the
Closely-Held Business."
Speakers include Harold Resnik
and William Hecht. partners.
MR. Weiser & Co.. New York,
who will deliver presentations on
Recapitalizations and Gifts of
Closely-Held Stocks, and Simon
Jacobson. partner. Parker.
Chapin. Flattau & Klimpl. New
York, who will speak on
Redemptions of Closely-Held
Stock.
The programs will be chaired
by Martin Zelner.
That afternoon, an educational
seminar for the lay community
will be held at Seacoast Towers
North, Miami Peach, teaturing
K.stiik. Hecht. and Jacobson
Topics will be Estate and Income
lax Planning fur the Owner of a
Family Business, and What You
Should Knew About Tai
Shelter-
Miami Beach seminar may be
obtained from the Florida
Friends of Yeshiva University.
Miami Beach.
Pianist Boris Block to Perform
Pianist Boris Bloch will
Iperform with an all Bach and all
Liszt program on Thursday.
March 13. at 8:30 p.m. in the
Deakter Auditorium of Beth
Torah Congregation.
The Jewish Community Center
of South Florida and Beth Torah
Congregation announce the third
concert of the 1980 "Young
Concert Artists Series."
\abbi Kreitman to Speak
t United Synagogue Event
w a meetini if Uu l nited
gregat on Beth
p.-. \ irth Miami or 1 ueaday
pmn>:. March 11.8 p.ro Kabbi
njamin '/ Kreitman will
- about the
arc ol the Conservative)
vement
ubbi Kreitman, executive
be president of United
Dagogue, i- coming directly
a meeting of the national
ird of directors and advisory
anal in Ix>s Angeles to share
w of the ideas and concepts
It will shaping the future of
(United Synagogue
rtabbi Kreitman is involved
|th the day-to-day operation of
United Synagogue, and is
helping to chart the path the
ted Synagogue will be taking
the near future
The title ol Rabbi Kreitman's
is taken from the
blical Book of Jeremiah. ""And
ere i- Hope For Your Future."
Henry Sender of Nashville,
nn president of the southeast
jion of United Synagogue, will
he chairman of the evening.
Synagogue presidents of the 23
^gregations of the Southern
COSHER FOR PASSOVER
Council will lie receiving special
recognition for their dedication.
Greetings will be brought by
Mrs Irene Sholk. president.
Florida branch Women a League
for Conservative Judaism;
Albert Solo, president. Florida
region. National Federation of
Jewish Men's Clubs, and Michael
Frank, executive vice president.
Hanegev Kegion United
Synagogue Youth.
Mort Grebelsky. Temple Sinai.
Hollywood. Southern Council
vice president; Herb I^elchuk.
Temple Beth Moshe. North
Miami, and Frank Kreutzer.
Temple Zion. Miami, regional
vice presidents, are aranging the
program.
Rabbi David R Sail/man is
the executive director of the
southeast region and Harold
Wishna is the director of youth
activities and program director.
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iFriday. March?, 1980
+JeistncrMinn
Page 7-B
1/ Temple Beth Sholom
Fannie Stone Is 'Woman of the Year'
Mrs Fannie L. Stone, a vice
Resident of the Sisterhood of
temple Beth Sholom of (.reat*r
Ljami will be honored at the
; rhood's Annual Spring
Lun
loin
mcheon. on March 19 as 'The
| the Year." according
.in announcement by Mrs
Morris, Sisterhood
)a\ id
I
The luncheon will be held at
fa. Konover Hotel, beginning
nth a reception at 11 a.m.
A Chicagoan by birth, Fannie
i Stone lived the major part of
Mr life in New York City before
lomin*. (>i Miami eight years ago.
Brie is a graduate of Hunter
College, having also studied at
Columbia Teachers' college, and
fethiva University. She was
imployed by the New York
Board of Kducation for 40 years.
Her work in human relations was
Mrs. Fannie Stone
awarded recognition by the
National Council of Christians
and Jews.
Mrs. Stone has been a member
Sisterhood to Honor Carole Fink
The Temple Adath Yeshurun
(Sisterhood will honor Carole Fink
1st its fifth annual Torah Fund
Luncheon on Sunday, March 9,
at 12 30 am.
Mrs Fink has served the
synagogue in many capacities,
including Sisterhood president.
[chairperson of a number of
committees and a member of the
[heard of directors and board of
!" ition
Lasl year she was elected to
It ird ol Women's League for
I1 alive Judaism, and this
I; i i- appointed to tht-
||- I executive se< retarj
I -.used at this
lunchi ed to support the
* Schechter Residence
lall for cantonal and rabbinic
I .a the Jewish
1 Seminary of
Tivktin to Talk
at Temple Israel
"n Sunday, March 9, Temple
Greater Miami will
[; i 16th of its Greenfield
ILectun & ries at lt> am in the
The day's speaker will be I)r
|M..\ I' luktin of the Judaic
[Studies Department of George
ngton L'niversit) where he
'' ; lecturer in Hebrew
igi .uul literature. The
subject ol l)r Ticktini lecture
[' The Image of the Arab in
Israi ..I ratun
ets will he available at the
Idoor
Mrs. Fink is married to Jef-
frey, and the couple has two
children. Michelle and Gareth.
Anyone interested in attending
may contact the synagogue.
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of Temple Beth Sholom and
Sisterhood since she moved to
Miami in 1972. Her daughter
Janice and son-in-law Nathan
Farber. as well as her two grand-
children. Marc and Sharon, were
the incentives for her becoming a
Floridian
At Temple Beth Sholom she
has served as chairperson of
hospitality for the past several
years.
She is also a member of
American Jewish Congress.
B'nai Brith. Myasthenia (iravis.
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary. Association
of Reform Zionists of America,
The Greater Miami Free Ix>an
Association, Retired New York
City Teachers Association of
Florida, as well as the South
Florida Chapter, Alumni
Association of Hunter College.
She is also a Life Member of the
Friends of Hebrew University, as
well as a Life Member of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Greater
Miami Chapter.
Further information and
reservations may be obtained by
calling the temple.
More than 350 guests from the United States and Canada dined
and danced at Villa Vizcaya to launch the 1980 campaign that
will seek to recruit record membership at the Ambassador's
Society level of Israel Bonds. Patrons of the event were the
Israel Ambassador to the United States and Canada, Ephraim
Evron and Yeshayahu Anug. In the photo, Evron presents
Israers Cultural Award to film actor Kirk Douglas.
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge to Meet
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge No. will present a special creative
1024 will meet March 11 at 8 p.m.
at the Israelite Center Temple,
Miami.
Guest of honor will be Brother
Robert Lewison, a past president
of Sholem Lodge, and attorney.
Entertainment will be provided
by the youth organization, which
service.
Purim Observance
Southgate Chapter of
Hadassah will meet for a Purim
observance on Monday. March
10, at 1 p.m. at the Southgate
Terrace Room.
Get your morning off
to a great-tasting start.
Get your day off to a great start
with Minute Maid. Frozen Concen-
trated Orange Juice and Lenders
Frozen Bagels.
Minute Maid Orange Juice is 100%
pure orange juice and always tastes
fresh and delicious because it's
specially blended from the juices
of different kinds of oranges.
And Lender's Bagels are frozen
fresh from the oven for tastiness
and convenience.They're pre-sliced,
preservative-free and come in so
many varieties they'll please bagel
mavens every where. Toast never
tasted this good.
So try a delicious breakfast with
Minute Maid Orange Juice and
Lender's Bagels. And get your
morning off to a great-tasting start.
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*'Jewisii Rcridton
Friday, March 7
Mizrachi Women Announce
Scholarship Fund Lunch
Psychoanalyst to Speak at Temple Jud
_ .j .1 Mw.rt Kinstein College of that was establish...; i.. ..
The Florida Council off
American Mizrachi Women will'
be holding its annual Scholarship
Fund and Special Gifts Luncheon
on Sunday, March 16, at the
Eden Roc Hotel at noon in the
Cotillion Room.
Roselle Silberstein, national
president of the American
Mizrachi Women, will be the
guest speaker. Mrs. Silberstein
has recently returned from a
three-week working trip in Israel
to evaluate the many projects of
American Mizrachi Women.
Mrs. Silberstein said. "Seeing
our projects in Israel again was a
return to the real source of in-
spiration."
Mrs. Silberstein met with the
Israeli Committee to formulate
plans for the July 1981 American
Mizrachi Women's Convention
which will be held in Jerusalem.
Simcha Dinitz. Ambassador to
the United States, addressed the
Israeli staff of American
Mizrachi Women and praised the
unique role in their special
program of education for the
children in Israel. Prime Minister
Menachem Begin has accepted
the invitation to be the guest of
honor at this convention.
At this annual Scholarship
Fund Luncheon, the Humanities
Award will be presented to Simon
Schiff in memory of his parents.
Louis and Ftta Schiff for their
dedication and generous con-
tribution to Beth Hayeled Child
Haven in Gilo, Jerusalem.
The Scholarship Fund provides
higher education for many un-
derprivileged children who are
cared for in the many projects
maintained in Israel by American
Mizrachi women
Hoselle Silberstein
Pearl Schwartz is chairperson,
and Ruth Zellner. co-chairperson.
Reservations and information are
available by calling Florida
Council.
Final Session of
Yivo Forum Series
Jacob Zipper, poet, essayist
and novelist of Montreal, wil
address the final session of tht
Vivo Forum
The evening, which will be a
literary tribute to the Yiddish
poet Itzik Manger, on the l()th
anniversary of hi- death, will be
marked by a suitable program:
Moshe Friedler, will sing ol
Manger's poems which have been
set to music; Sarah Friedman
will read: Prof. Arthur Lermer
will preside.
The program will take place
Wednesday. March 15, at 8 p.m.
at Temple Heth Shokim. Miami
Beach.
"The Beginnings and the
Endings of the Universe, a
Psychoanalytic View," was to be
the subject of a public lecture by
psychologist Dr. Jacob Arlow,
March 6. at 8 p.m., at Temple
Judea. Coral Gables.
Dr. Arlow received his
academic and medical education
from New York University. He is
clinical professor of Dsvchiatrv.
New York State University. He
has been visiting professor of
psychiatry at Louisiana State
University. Columbia University.
Albert Bhutan College of
Medicine and Mt Sinai School of
Medicine in New York.
While in Miami, he will be
meeting and speaking to the
University of Miami Department
of Psychiatry, the South Honda
Psychiatric Society, the Honda
Psychoanalytic Society and the
Mental Health Association of
Dade County, who are spon-
soring this lectureship.
I)r Arlow has been designated
M the 1980 John F Kennedy
Memorial lecturer, a lectureship
Howito
'^natio.
Kennedy's
President Kennedy had
promote mental health a in the United States **
'Jewish Worship Hour'
... Hab.\. IrvinK I..-hrmtB
Temple hmanuhl. M ..imihWk
will appear on P, Jf^
Worship Hour Sund.7
March 9. at 8 a.m. on Channel 1G

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Congratulations
Toras Ernes
on winning, in the first annual Bracha Bee,
three of the six First Place Prizes and
Eight (highest school total) ol the eighteen prizes
in the five school competition.
We are also very proud of your high honors in the
recent Regional Spelling Bee.
Congratulations to our students,
their dedicated teachers and
administrator, Mrs. Gittleson,
for maintaining an outstanding level of both
religious and secular education.
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,v March 7. 1980
*Jenistrk*idinr)
Page 9-B
fehjjggfrai Jewiah Leaden Speak Out
Rabbis Lehrman, Kronish, Abramowitz
In Favor of South Shore Referendum Tuesday
Miami Beach* BMMt
kfominenl religious leaders this
I -finally endorsed passage of
I bora Kedevelopment pro-
Ipam : VQt& "P*1" lhp '"">
I -i Tuesday All registered
I Democrats. Republicans
land Independent* can cast ballots
Ifrom fl m to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Mar
Ichll
1 In an unprecedented news confer
Itnre an.i launching of the New Hope
ICommir.e.' s Votemobile a mobile
Icampaitfn headquarters five of the
Ijewish and Christian spiritual
|l(der ca.-npaiKned for the Redevel
[opment program.
Rabbi- Irving lehrman of Tempi*
Emanu-Kl. l.eon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom. Mayer AbramowiU of
Temple Menorah and I'hineas
Weberman of Ohev Shalom
Congregation joined with the
Reverend Garth Thompson in
moving out to the people to solicit
their votat F( iK puaag*
Other religious leaders who have
signed authorisations for use of their
names in advertising and publicity
in favor of passage of the South
Shore program include the Reverend
Henry Koestline. pastor of the
Miami Reach First United
Methodist Church. The Reverend
Thompson is pastor of the Miami
Beach Community Church
In addition. Rabbi Dow Rozen-
cwaig of the Cuban Hebrew Congre-
gation of Miami Reach; Rabbi Tibor
Stern of the Jacob C. Cohen Congre-
gation; and Rabbi Abraham Korf of
Chabad House formally approved
the campaign in favor of Redevelop
ment.
The spiritual leaders issued a joint
statement read by Dr I^hrman and
Dr. Kronish. who have lived in
Miami Beach for 37 and 36
respectively
years
It reads; "As we have stated
several times in the past, we are
unequivocally in favor of the
re vi tah/.at ion program of Miami
Beach, and specifically, of the South
Shore Redevelopment program.
"We are convinced that in this
venture, protection is provided, both
for our senior citizens, whose well
being is of concern to all of us. and
for the property owners currently in
the area.
"We feel so strongly about this
because we are certain that the
alternative to planned redevelop-
ment is not the retention of the
status quo. but either continued
ieterioration of South Beach and a
spreading of the blight of lawless-
ness which unfortunately is on the
rise there, or, an unplanned rede-
velopment, which will uproot thou-
sands of our fellow citizens with no
protection, no relocation benefits
and no consideration for their in
terests."
Rocky Pomerance. a leader of
Temple Kmanu-El and chairman of
he New Hope Committee, stressed
hat numerous other Catholic. Pro-
.estant and Jewish religious leaders
have openly favored redevelopment
but have not yet signed formal en-
dorsements.
This unprecedented, dramatic
outpouring of support by t bt
clergymen of Miami Beach demon
strates a quality of spiritual leader-
ship which we have come to expect in
a city with heart," Pomerance asser-
ted
Other community leaders to speak
out for redevelopment include I.
Jules Arkin, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; Gary
Gerson, chairman of State of Israel
Bonds. Gerald Schwartz, past presi-
dent of the American Zionist Feder-
ation of South Florida and of the
Miami Beach lodge of B'nai 11 nth.
Joseph Nevel. president of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan
Society and hundreds more.
Paid political advertisement, New Hope Committee, Janice Pfeiffer. Treasurer
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| Ybur U.S. Congressmen
speak out for the
future of Miami Beach:
Claude Pepper
Dante Fasti
As your Congressmen, we
hope you will vote YES lor the
South Beach RedeveJopmenl Plan
\Ve share your concerns
about Miami Beach.and the need
to Improve inequality ol life In the
South Beach area The solution
is Redevelopment.
RedeveJopmenl protects
South Beach's senior citizens
agalnsl Increased rents and
rondo conversions. It guarantees
thai each Individual will move
onhy when replacement housing is
available In a location of his or
her choice And it also guarantees
that personal housing costs will
be stabilized for all who qualify.
U'iHi'am Lehman
Here's how it will work. Formal,
binding resolutions adopted by
the Miami Beach ClryCommis
sion and its agency provide
these guarantees:
Guaranteed
monetary assistance
to renters.
Renters 65 or over who
require financial assistance, and
who have lived In South Beach
since Man-h. 1976. will nevei pa)
more than their renl at the time
of their move, or 25% of their
Income, whichever is greater, for
the rest of their lux's.
Renters under 65 will receive
payments of $4,000 to S8.000.
whit h ma) be received in a
lump sum or Installments
as they < hoose.
Guaranteed housing
before anyone moves.
Construction ol replacement
housing must begin before any
other phase of the redevelopment
project is started
Guaranteed full cash
value payments to
condominium owners
If you own a condominium In
the Redevelopment area you will
receive full cash value based on
a comparable condominium
outside the South Beach area or.
you may trade your rondo for a
comparable one inside
South Beach.
Protection for the elderly
\ve believe that the revised
South Beach Redevelopment
1 Ian. with the protection it affords
to the elderly and the people
generally, is in the public interest,
and we hope the people of Miami
Beach will support it
Vote Yes on March 11. Punch 193.
New Hope Committee Rocky Pomerance. Chairman
CIVIC LEAGUE OF MIAMI BEACH
COALITION OF CONCERNED OHtiANIZATlONS
DADE COUNTY COUNCIL OF SENIOR CITIZENS
JAYCEE WOMEN. MIAMI BEACH
MAKINE COUNCIL OF FLORIDA
MIAMI BEACH APARTMENT ASSOCIATION
MIAMI BEACH JAYCEES
hotel sales management assn
oa gold coast chapter
family league of miami beach _.....
fraternal order of police. miami beach
fraternal order of police assoc. miami beac h
temple beth sholom men's club
miami beach board of realtors
Sold coast chamber of commerce
MIAMI BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MIAMI BEACH RESORT HOTEL ASSOCIATION
MIAMI BEACH RETIREES. INC.
MIAMI BEACH TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION
NORTH SHORES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
SOUTH FLA COUNCIL OF AEL-CIO
SOUTH FLA HOTEL & MOTEL ASSOCIATION
TENANTS ASSOCIATION OF FLA. INC.
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Community Corner
The Miami Beach Squadron of the United States Power
Squadrons will this fall again offer its basic boating courses to
the public. This course is offered free of charge as a public
service.
Instructions will be given by experienced Power Squadron
members in safe boating, rules of the road, chart reading, fire
prevention, first aid. weather, sail boating and handling, inboard
and outbaord motors.
Registration for the 10-week course is being held at Lear
School. 11211 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Thursday. Feb. 28. at
7:30 p.m.
Joyce Goldberg has joined the staff of Mount Sinai MedicaJ
Center as public relations coordinator. She recently moved to
Miami from San Francisco, where she co-authored a Chines*
cookbook Prior to that, she was public relations director of tht
Georgia Association for Retarded Children.
Spring is th ne of rebirth. So. why not give your Ulnga I
chance to be ret* "king.
Mi nl S .hit's mxt six session
Smoking Clinic starts .i 10 at 10 thi hospital's Free
I, 4300 f
Km
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d< pa
Mon Kissimet Ki
third annual Kit Bluegraas Festiva
March 1-4 thn onalsim Nelson Young
Thi Vallej Boys Orangi I... som Bluegrass am
Garland Shuping and Wild Country will be on hand for tht
three-daj event scheduled for6 p.m to midnight Friday, lOa.m
to midnight Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday
During the last year. 22 Florida residents were treated at
the National Jewish Hospital National Asthma Center in
Denver. Over the years, Florida residents have received more
than 100.700 days of care at the nonprofit and nonsectarian
hospital
Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of Temple Beth Sholom
presents the paintings and graphics of Rena Bender March 9-
April 3.
The Dade County Chapter of the American
Businesswomen's Association will hold its first annual event
March 15 at Miami Springs Villas to select "The Most Out-
standing Businesswomen in Dade County Co-chairpersons are
Pat Beckner and Anne Grisham. Grisham said she expected
about 760 to attend the noon luncheon, which will be preceded
by cocktails A dozen women and men. including I)r. Mark
Silverman. w ill model business and s|x>rt>wi'ar.
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation announces the spon-
sorship of a professional Coin and Stamp Show to be held at
Cutler Ridgfl Mall, located at 20505 South Dixie Higway.
Miami on Sunday. March 9. between noon and 5 p.m. with
exhibitions throughout the entire mall. Show helps support
diabetes research.
On Saturday. March 22, Barry College is holding a Science
Career Workshop for students interested in a future in science or
biology Professional speakers will be on hand to discuss their
specializations and answer questions.
Mizrachi Women Set Meetings
Aviva-Kineret chapter of
American Mizrachi Women will
meet on Monday, March 17. at
Beth Kodesh Congregation,
Miami at 1 p.m Mrs Simon
April is president and hostess is
Mr- Freida \ptakin.
ni B> .ii h chapter
Mizrai in Women will
i i \a\ Mar' ;. 11. at
Cantor
\>>iii\$ Israeli. Excellent Tenor in-
>-ci in r. .-eating to S Fla .
-it'king yerl\ position I an teach
Mitzvah and choir leadership
i rination i
-->.- betwei if m.
12 30 p.m at Washington
Federal Bank. 12th Street and
Washington Avenue. Mrs
Rachel KatZ is president
Shalom chapter of American
Mizrachi Women plans a Purim
Parts in honor of Mr- Fannie
w einer on '1 uesdaj March 11, al
noon ai 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room Guest speaker will be Mrs
I helm;i Kubinow
a nice neat depenaaDie lady
looking for elderly attendant
work for men ana women witn
very good references For more
information call 836-4594 No
nigntsniftoriivein
Florida's Only Shomer Shabbos
Strictly Kosher Grocery Store
Everything's Kosher, Inc.
1344 Washington Avsnus. Miami Bt*cn. Florida
wishes you a
Happy and Kosher
Pesach .
We have & LARGE
selection of
Kosher Passover Products
including refrigerated
and frozen items
Open Monday and Tuesday Evenings
Beginning March 10
We are also open on Sundays
For trie holidays, send a beautiful basket from
EVERYTHING S KOSHER
72-4154
Temple Sinai Sets Spring Music Festival
*^ ,. i....i.nt -- Thu special soloists for the nvnm.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett.
co-chairmen of the Spring Music
Festival Committee, announce
that the fifth annual Spring
Music Festival will be held at
Temple Sinai of North Dade
|188th Street and NE 21st
Avenue, North Miami Beachl on
Sunday. March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Featured in the program will
be the Adult and Youth Choirs, a
combined total of "5 voices. The
variety of musical selections will
include the categories of
Liturgical. Israeli. Chassidic.
Yiddish and Musical Comedy
Featured in the program will
be the Adult and Youth Choi
Featured in the program will
he the \ilult anil Voutht'hoir- a
combined total of 75 voices. The
variety of musical selections will
include the categories of
Liturgical. Israeli. Chassidic,
Yiddish and Musical Comedy
Featured in the program will
be the Adult and Youth choirs,
an instrumental ensemble and
special soloists for the evening
The Music Festival is under the
direction of Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Assisting in the program will
be the Sinai Instrumental Trio
Tickets may be obtained at the
temple
It's National ARMDI Month
Fmanuel Celler. national
chairman of the American Red
Magen David for Israel, has
announced that the month of
March will be National ARMDI
Month The American Red
Magen David ia the -ole Nippon
in the United States of the
l i.i\ ,,i \ lorn, Israel -
equivalent t-> the Hnl Cross
American Red Magen David
has chapters from coast to
working to support the h
and welfare of the people of j
through the Magen David
Additional information ,s
available by contacting
Schwarti southeast
tor, m North Miami H
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Personally Escorted By
Millie & Marvin Schwartz
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Rubin Offenbach
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David Schaecter
OttoStieber
They have survived the Holocaust, made a New Lif in the
United States and have distinguished themselves in Jewish com-
munal and civic service.
This Monday, March 16, 6 p.m. at the Konover Hotel, they
w,ll receive Israel's New Life Award, recognizing their deeds.
Reservations 5316731
IN CONCERT
VICTOR BORGE
State of Israel Bonds Organization
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Nobel Laureate to Speak
At Einstein Dinner
Nobal laureate Dr. Roslyn S.
Yalo will be the guest speaker
at a dinner Tuesday. March 18, in
the Kontainebleau-Hilton given
bv the Florida Friends of Albert
Einsteu College of Medicine of
Yaahiva I'niversity.
The dinner, celebrating the
25th anniversary of the Bronx.
\ "i medical school, will honor
Mrs H Jerome Joseph.
\\..,- Beach philanthropists.
racatva the collage'a
'Silver Jubilea Award for Dia>
Sen ice
p. a i University Die-
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Breakfast Set for Littman Foundation



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to the Nobel Prize.
i- ret eived 28 other
; prizes, including the
i kit Basic Medical Re-
\ward, the Gairdner
n International Award
Koch Award of the
Society She holds
[i in nine professional
Di irlet Weiss, director of
edi< aurgery an ad ine at Ml Sinai
i nter of (ireater Miami
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Stern College
Alumnae
* Homecoming
Viumnae Homecoming HO. the
annual gathering ol yaahiva
niveraity'fl Stern College for
men Alumnae Association
\A', will be held on Sunday.
March 9. at Stern College, 245
Lexington Ava. at 35th Street in
'> .. York,
Alumnae Homecoming '80,
which starts at 10 a.m.. will
inita Stern College graduates
the classes of 1959. '60. 64.
89, '70, '74 and '75 on the
.'School 26th anniversary
Lazarus Hadassah
I nun a Lazarus Chapter of
lean will meet on Monday.
March 10, at noon at the Surfaide
immunity Center Miami B* M h
an M booh re> lew on
iary' will be pre* i
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Mt Sinai and an Kii
graduate: Dr Maxwell Dauer,
president and administrator ol
the Florida Medical Cenu
Fort LauderdaJe and Joseph M
Drexler, member ol the board of
trustees ol Yaahiva University
and a Florida philanthropist.
The second annual breakfast
for the Milton Littman Memorial
Foundation will be held at 9:30
a.m.. March 16. in the Persian
Room of the Marco Polo Hotel,
Miami Beach. Sen. Sherman S.
Winn will be master of
ceremonies.
The Milton Littman Memorial
Foundation is a non-profit
corporation founded by friends,
relatives and associates of the
Ohav Hadassah
Installs Officers
Ohav, the new young career
women's chapter of Hadassah in
Si iu! h Miami, held its installation
-- term
al .'. bruni I Sovereig
fficers
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Susai
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pn lent
Donna Vlarkowitz, membership
vice president; Lorie Newman,
program vice president; Debbie
vYyman, financial secretary; and
Dori Rauchwerger, recording
secretar)
\ fashion show presented by
Joann Fashions followed with the
newly installed Ohav officers
sen ing as models.
late Councilman Milton Littman.
Funds raised by the Foundation
are used to award scholarships to
needy students. "Currently there
are several recipients of these
scholarships in college,'' said
Joseph Golden, president of the
Foundation.
Officers of the Foundation are
(iolden; Walter Pesetsky, vice
president; Jules Littman.
secretary; and Irving Littman.
treasurer. The late George Meany
was founding chairman.
Immediately following the
breakfast. Sen. Paul Steinberg,
chairman of the Dade Legislative
Delegation, will officiate at the
dedication ceremony renaming
the Sunny Isles Causeway bridge
over the Intracoastal Waterway,
the Milton Littman Memorial
Bridge.
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n i plann .. party for the Marcl 22 Lt i in I
School Scholarship Hull, held at the North Bay Road homi
Arthur Pearlman, arc ifrom the lefti Dr John Berg*
member of the board of Temple Emanu-EI: Barton S Goktbt
president of the temple; host. Arthur Pearlman. also a rue
president of the synagogue; and .Joseph Cohen, past president
of the congregation. All are scholarship patrons of the school
The black-tie event will be held in the Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-EI.
You Are Cordially invited to the Second Annual
Estate Planning
Seminar
as an educational service to the community
sponsored by
Yeshiva university
Panelists
Harold Resnick
Partner, M.R. Weiser & Co., New York city
Simon Jacobson
Partner, Parker Chapin
Flattau & Khmpl,
New York City
Theme
"Planning For the Owner of the Closely Held Business
FIRST SESSION
PROFESSIONALS
Thursday, March 13,1980
9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
DuPont Plaza
300 Biscayne Blvd. way
Harold Resnick:
Recapitalization & Gifts
of Closely Held Stocks
SECOND SESSION
FOR THE PUBLIC
Thursday, March 13,1980
2:30 p.m.
Seacoast Towers North
Rendezvous Room
5225 Collins Avenue
Harold Resnick:
"Estate and income Tax
Planning for the Owner of
A Family Business"
Simon Jacobson: Simon Jacobson:
Redemptions of "What You Should Know
Closely Held stocks About Tax Shelters
Application has been made to the Florida Bar for educational credit
Martin zelner
Program Chairman


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laniarama
by Isabel Grove
//. [< '1. "' < 'I ./u County Parl Recreation.
The newi) organizi Baas Mu im
hl.ic k nd
several offii ers <>t the group v..
:, tin- stylish, sparkling
guests im niureda) night.
Included wen Helen* (Mrs.
John) Owen, president; Lola
i Mr- Max I Dobrin, li ng
i itj Fint S
Board, an honorarj president:
Melvyne Sommcn and Marjorie
i \lr- Leonard! Wain
Ai-> ''iti the fashionable
'-UK) : Dr and Mr- Marvin
Saclmer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Courshon. SalK Spaet. Mr. and
Mrs Daniel Heller with son
Brian. Kmilv Cirlin, Mr. and Mrs.
Murry Koretsky, and I>r. and
Mrs. Rudolph Drosd.
Dignitaries included Mayor
and Mrs. Murray Meyerson. Dr.
Jack and Commissioner Mildred
Falk with daughter. Barbara
Fine. Commissioner Melvin and
Kstelle Mendelson, Com-
misskiner l^eonard Weinstein and
Phyllis Miller, chairman. Dade
County School Board
Judy (Mrs. David I Drucker,
director of Temple Beth Sholom s
Artist- Stru-. planned and
participated in the musical
program of the evening.
A Docent's group Ls presently
being former at the Museum with
some 40 members already signed
on. The Docents will undergo an
educational program on the Bass
Collection and upon completion
of the course, will conduct guided
tours of the galleries.
Menorah
Hadassah
Education Day
Menorah Chapter of Hadassah
holds its annual Education Day
on Monday, March 10 at 10 a.m..
at Kendall Branch, Temple
Israel.
Featured will be a profile of
Isaac B. Singer and a review of
his novel Shosha by reviewers
Arlene Ditchek and Lana
Goldberg. There will also be a
musical program by the Menorah
Minstrels, as well aa a discussion
on helpful hints for Passover
cooking.
Those attending are asked to
bring a sandwich. Coffee and
dessert will be provided.
FisherMarks
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fisher of North Miami
Beach announce the engagement of their
daughter. Allison Pam. to Gary' Howard Marks,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Marks of North Miami.
The young couple were classmates at the
Hebrew" Academv under the direction of Rabbi
and Mrs. Alexander Gross. After graduation from
high school, they continued their studies at
Florida State University, both becoming active in
the B'nai B'rith Hillei Foundation where they
served on the state board.
Ms. Fisher, granddaughter of longtime Beach
residents Mrs. Rose Goodman and the late I.ew
Goodman, is a winter graduate of Florida
International University with a degree in in-
ternational relations. She will pursue graduate
studies in the fall
Mr. Marks is completing his studies in trial law
at the University of Florida, where he has won
several oratorical honors.
A December 1981 wedding is planned.
Oary Marks. Allison Fisher
Left to right are Mayor and Mrs. Murray Meyerson and Mr.
and Mrs. Murry Koretsky, who were among guests at the
reception marking the recent reopening of the Bass Art
Museum on Miami Beach.
Bom in Israel, educated ir
Detroit and New York, now a
Miamian by choice. Max
Rothenberg will be the honoree at
Temple Beth Torah's Journal
Dinner on Saturday evening.
Executive director at Beth
Torah for the past 13 years.
KothentHTg has seen tremendous
growth at the synagogue during
the yean he ha- held that
position
Now numbering 1.000
congregant- new programs
rted I'M with a Youth
the
children and
i: i- particular!)
entl "'ui the most
recent accomplishment the new
synagogue and social hall when
alino-t an) type ol function

biggesl
pn jeel I- !>urn our present
mortgagi
Rothenberg and h;- w it* of 15
years saundra. have two
children Dyna and Jordan. He
admit- that the pressures at Beth
Torah frequently keep him from
his familv especially at holidays,
but "they understand because
they know how important it is to
me."
Welcome news for the com-
munity is the reopening of the
Miami Beach Bass Museum of
Art where a series of events at
the end of January marked the
event.
Starting off with a press
preview on Jan. 30. a formal
reception attended by some 400
guests was held the following
night.
On Saturday. Feb. 2. the
museum at 21st Street and
Collins AveniM opened its doors
to the public with Gene Roy's Big
Band serenading the visitors.
The festivities concluded on
Sunday afternoon with a series of
lectures. music and special
showings.
There were nothing but
compliments for the refurbishing
soft carpeting underfoot, track
lighting and neutral colored walls
against which the museum's
stellar collection of Renaissance,
Rococo and Baroque art gleamed
in all its beauty.
The Bass now houses one of
the finest collections of Old
Masters and Western European
Art from the Medieval period
through the early 20th Century in
South Florida
Robert and Roger, sons of the'
late John and Jihanna Base who
donated the nucleus of the city
owned collection, subsidized the
cost of rehanging the painting*
and other physical im
provementa
Temporary curator of th
gallery is Carl J. Weinhardt. who
is on a leave of absence from his
job aa director of Vizcaya and of
the Museum Division of Dade
JCC Presents Theatre Company
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center and
the Samuel Scheck Hillei
Community Day School will
present the National Theatre
Company's production of "Swiss
Family Robinson" on March 16.
1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Fried-
man-Uhlar Auditorium of the
Samuel Scheck Hillei Community-
Day School. North Miami Reach.
The Jewish Community Cen
ters of South Florida have a
number of ongoing programs,
including Israel folkdancing.
films, both Yiddish and general.
lectures and stage productions.
For complete details, contact
the JCC
Reprinted from The Jewish Floridian, January 4,1980
Apartment House for
Retirees a Reality
A total n*?w dimension in retire
ment living will become a realitv
in March of 1980. when the I
residents move into the Carlyle,
located at 1900 North Ba
Drive in downtown Miami
Until now. the only two major
options available to retirees who
no longer wanted to keep up
homes of their own wi lire
ment villages and nursing home-
For many, neither option
able The usual setting for retire
ment villages is a vast acreage in
the suburbs, away from the city
away from the excitement of ur-
ban living And many people of
retirement age simply are not
ready to give up their indepen-
dent lifestyles for the total assis
tance of nursing homes For those
wishing to remain active with
minimal assistance, the choices
have been non-existent
THE CARLYLE. a 10-story
apartment house overlooking a
lush park right on Biscayne Bay.
will offer older people an oppor-
tunity to become involved in all
the day-to-day excitement of
downtown living while at the
same time having the security of
meal service, housekeeping ser-
vice, transportation, a staff nurse,
a physician on call, emergency
call buttons within their apart-
ments and all the other little
details which are included in
carefree living
Managing director Rus
Silverman, one of the ton
authorities in the Miami area
problem- of the aging, says tl
the Carlyle will provick a nev.
plati ire neglected K
s< iciety
Being only the Omni International sh< >pping
taut I theaters th< I u
;- .1 natural location for th< 64
have always enjoyed cits life he
notes "Houses of Worship mat i
nas, health spas Gusman Hall,
these things are our immediate
neighborhood Residents can
attend the New World Center
campus of Miami Dade and take
courses We will offer college
courses right here in the building
if we have enough interest "
SET ON a beautifully land-
scaped corner with an uninter-
rupted view of Biscayne Bay. the
Carlyle will have 119 one-bed-
room and efficiency apartments
Round-the-clock doormen and
TV monitors will provide the
utmost in security For personal
emergencies, each apartment will
have emergency buttons tied in
directly with the switchboard
Lunch and dinner will be served
daily in the spacious Bay-side Din-
ing Room, which opens to an
outdoor patio and fresh bay
breezes A full-time activities direc-
tor will plan outings and social
fund ns I be held in the i< ibby
level ga.....i An art galk
li -Turing changing exhibit-, also
wili ited the lobby
level 11 eping -
limousine lrans| rtal n and
othei extras will be offered to
th. who wish them
if the 110 one bedroom
ipai tments .tnd the nine effk i<
will have its own kitchen
dining area and lourv Hie
J6 rnei apartments *aiII have
bak onies All un
with electrk ranges, refrigi
wall to wall carpeting
and Individually controlled I
and airconditioning units I
those who wish assistance with
rating, the Carlyle has Its
own on site Interioi designer
Planned occupancy
April 1980. Model
apartments now
open. If you would
like to be a member
of this very special
community that
understands and
cares, write or call: I
ONTHEMY
1900 North Boyihora Dnv M.omi. FL
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Sneer Women to Pay Tribute to Allon
to the late Yigal
I former Israeli Deputy
Minister. Palmach com-
land Ubor Partyleader
last week, will be paid
ImmK meetings of clubs
fjygn of Pioneer Women
Df S>uth Florida.
j worked closely with the
L|a Mi ir former national
|f pioneer Women, in
the support of the
largesl Jewish women's
lion in support of the
nal. health. welfare.
[ami other programs sup-
t \ iin.it in Israel.
iiegel. national Zionist
Bid .nithority on the
[.,si will be the featured
Bt the 1'ioneer Women.
Chapter, meeting on
March 9, at noon, in the
Itonum >f the Washing-
n^ and Ix>an Associa-
te Normandy Drue.
I
songs will h sung by
Irkan Rita Adolf, presi-
the chapter, stated
,nt* will be atrvad
prbs will be honored as
Purim Quean <>n Wad-
U 12. at the Heba
ter of Pioneer
mg to be held in the
auditorium of the Washington
Savings and Ixian Association.
1133 Normandy Drive. Miami
Beach.
Vice President, Esther
Weinstein. will read the Me^illah.
and Leon Yudoff will sing a
medley of Purim songs, accom-
Families Sought
To Act As Hosts
For Emigres
The Rescue and Migration
Service of the National
Council of Jewish Women, a
member of the (ieater Miami
Jewish Faderation'a family
of agencies, is seeking
families in the community to
act as hosts for recently
arrived Soviet
emigres at their
aadarin, Monday
March 31, and
evening. April 1
Contact Flo Skolnick
extend your m\ nation
either or both evenings
for further information
Jewish
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piano.
Sarah Kaufman, president of
the chapter, invites all members
and friends to attend. Traditional
Purim refreshments will be
served.
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Mrs. Nina Aiimoni. executive
director of the Israel America
Chamber of Commerce in Tel
Aru u ill speak at a luncheon
meeting of the America Israel
Chamber of Commerce,
Florida region. The event will
take place on Thursday,
March 13, at the Jewish
/'<(/. ra'ion of Greater
Miami, at 12:30p.m.
ameRican mizRAcni women
FLORIDA COUNCIL
proudly announces
Annual Scholarship Fund
and
Special Gifts Luncheon
on behalf of
Beth Hayeled Child Haven, Gilo Jerusalem
SUNDAY, MARCH 16,1980
Eden Roc Hotel
12 Noon
Humanities Award Prsentation to
Mr Simon Schiff
In Tribute to the Memory ol His Beloved Parents
Louis and Etta Schiff
Guest Speaker
Mrs. Rochelle Silberstein
National President ol American Mizrachi Women
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Isaiah Adler Memorial Lecture Set
The first annual Isaiah M.
Adler Memorial Lecture will take
place on Tuesday. March 18, at
2:45 p.m. at the Caribbean Hotel.
3737 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Dr. Israel Lerner. Talmudic
scholar, will speak (in Hebrew) on
the subject: "Ransoming
Hostu^ > in the Light of Jewish
Law illalachah)." Admission is
free, ami the public is invited.
Adler was a teacher of Talmud
for many years and a member of
the Moadon Ivri. His many adult
students, friends and admirers
have contributed to a fund to
hold an annual Isaiah M. Adler
Memorial Lecture, sponsored by
the Moadon Ivri.
The first yartzeit of the late
Adler will be commemorated by
the unveiling of a monument on
Sunday. March 16. at 3 p.m. at
the Mount Sinai Cemeterv. 1125
NW 137th St., (Opa Locka Blvd.)
on Section 9. Block F. Ixit 26.
Voters Inc. Plan Town Meeting
Voters Incorporated will have
another 'Town Hall Meeting" in
the auditorium of the
Washington Savings and Loan
Association, located at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
This "open to the public
meeting" will be moderated by
Harry Levy, president of Voters
Incorporated.
The meeting will be March 11
at 8 p.m.
Guest speakers are County
Sabbath Service
Set for Singles
On Friday. March 7. at 9:30
p.m.. Temple Beth Am will
continue its series of monthly
sabbath evening services for the
single community. Singles of all
ages are welcome to attend.
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz will
conduct the service in the chapel.
Yusi Yanich will teach Israeli folk
dancing at the Oneg Shabbat
following the service. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Temple Beth Am. 5950 N
Kendall Drive. Miami, has of-
fered these monthly services to
the community since August.
Membership in the temple is not
required. and there is no
solicitation of funds.
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Commissioner Clara Oesterle,
who will discuss "Dade County*':
Jack Harvey CD. and Charles
Mint/ C.D. will represent the
Denturist Association of Florida.
They will talk about the fees
charged by dentists in Dade
County.
Stanley Shapiro of the Jewish
Federation will discuss low in-
come housing.
Officers elected in February are
Levy, president; A. Neil Com-
posto, Stanley M. Brody, Alfred
I. Bleemer and Loretta Raskin,
vice presidents: Lou Gold,
treasurer; Lillian A. Conte,
secretary.
B'nai Mitzvah
Steinman '""'
SANDI STEINMAN
Sandi Lynn Steinman.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed-
ward Steinman, will be called to
the Torah as Bat Mitzvah Satur-
day. March 8. at 10:30 a.m. at
Temple Kmanu F.l.
The celebrant is a seventh
grader in the Lehrman Day
School. She is a member of USY
and Kadima. Sandi is on the
Honor Roll and Derech Kretz.
She plays the piano.
Mr. and Mrs. Steinman will
host the Kiddush following the
" services in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
David Rugelman; grandmother.
Mrs (iertru.de Steinman: Mrs
Ruth Kaminsky, aunt. New
York. Mr and Mrs Al Kosen-
thai, aunt and uncle. NY; Mr
and Mrs. Ralph Sharf. aunt and
uncle. New York; Mr. and Mrs.
Eliot Kugelman. aunt and uncle,
N.Y.
SETH SILVERMAN
Seth R. Silverman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Silverman of
Hialeah, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Tifereth
Jacob on Saturday, March 8,
chanting services, Maftir, and
Haftorah.
Seth is an honor student at
Lehrman Day School. He has
participated in various sports,
including Khoury League
baseball.
Among those attending will be
his brother Saul and wife
Stephanie and their children;
Mrs. Sharon Botvinick and
husband Bruce with their
children; Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Schechter of Jerusalem. Israel;
Mr. and Mrs. I. Klausner. New
Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. M. Ruffer
and Mrs. D. Kellogg, New York;
Paul Ruffer, Washington, D.C.;
Mrs. Hanna Schechter. Texas;
Mrs. May Cohen and Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Leventhal. Tampa.
Seth is the grandson of the late
Sophie Rosenthal.
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ANDREA LEFCOURT
Andre.i Jo Lefcourt, daughter
of Mr. Jeffrey Lefcourt and Ma
Be\ erlv Lefcourt, will be called to
the Torah a-- Hat Mitzvah Satur
day. March *, at 9 am at Beth
David ("ongregat ion
The celebrant is a student in
the lieth David Religious School
She is a seventh grader at (ilades
Junior High, where she is on the
Honor Roll She is a scholarship
dancer at the Eileen Wall Dame
Studio.
Andrea's parents will host the
Kiddush following the services m
honor of the occasion and a
luncheon Saturday at the
Coconut Grove Hotel
LARRY KUTUN
Larry Kutun. son of State Rep
Harry Kutun and Mrs Kutun.
will Ih- called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah on Saturdayi March
8, at 10:45 a.m. at Temple Beth
S ho lorn.
Dr. 1 .iiin Kronish will officiate.
Larry is a student of the Con-
firmation Class of 5742.
VwiAmx, M.rcK 7 | Qftr,
Friday, March 7 loan
Albert M. Shulman received
Israefs Generation Award at
the annual Seacoast Towers
North "Night in Israel,"
sponsored by the Israel Bonds
Organization. The award was
presented by chairman, Ruth
Baker, in recognition of
Shulman's many years of
Jewish communal service and
support of the Jewish State.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, FIs. 33137 $70-4000
Rabbi Solomon Scrtlff,
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flag* SI Miami. Fla 33131 379-
4563 Rabbi Lewis I Bogaga. Majrtoi
Union ol American Habraw Congregation
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE i3.a 8) H Miami Baacn Fla
33162 947 0084 Rabbi David B Salt/man
eaeculive director
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portioi
Ki Tissa
Kl IISSA All these things and many more the Lord said to
Moses 00 Mount Sinai. And when the people saw how in
Moaee remained on Mount Sinai, they said to Aaron
Make us a god that we can see. for we do not know what
has happened to Moaee."
\iron could not persuade the people that they were wrong
so he told them to bring all their golden jewelry He melted the
gold and made of it a calf
The next morning, the people of Israel held a festival in
honor of the golden calf The I>ord saw what was happening and
He ordered Moses to return to the people Moses descended,
bearing the Ten Commandments.
When Moses beheld his people worshipping a golden calf,
he grew angry and dashed the Two Tablets to the ground Then
he destroyed the golden calf.
When the people realized how they had sinned, they
mourned deeply and pleaded with Moses to return to the
mountain.
Once again Moses ascended Mount Sinai, and the l.ord
gave him another set of Tablets. When Moses came down, his
face shone with the glory of God. And the Children of Israel were
awed by the rays of brilliant light which came from his face and
they promised never U> worship idols again, i Exodus
:u) U -34 SSI
(The recountlnt of tta Weekly Portion of Mia Law is etracted and based
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Wollmaiv
Tsamlr. SIS. published by Shengold Tha volume is available at t, Maiden
Lint Now York N.Y. 10031 Joseph Schlang is president of the society
distributing the volume.)
White Elephant Sale Scheduled
The Miami Beach Chapter.
Woman's Division. American
Society for Technion. will hold it-
annual White Klephant Sale on
Thursday. March 13, at 11 am
at the Mont mart re Motel
The sale will be followed by the
regular luncheon meeting
Sandra Shaw, vocalist, will
provide the entertainment
Hesitations are available by
calling Dorothj Arthur or
Zaben
Synagogue Listings
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN
102S NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 47 143}
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services I iSpm
Family Sabbath Service this week
Saturday Morning Service I 30 a m
Bar Mitivah Ronald Rubens
Sisterhood Torah Fund
Luncheon honoring Carole Fink
March *, noon
:
EMPLE BETH AM
SON Kendall Drive
outh Miami 7 SS07
Or Merber
Baumgan
Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefiti, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt
will speak at Friday
Family Services at 7 30 pm
Torah Service for
Singles at* 30 p m
Torah ServiceSaturday, IS
and u 1} a m
ETM DAVID
Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
>r Sol Landau, Stanley R Oerste
abbi Assistant Rabbi
* HauanWm w Ltpson
CORAL WAY 725SW3rdAve
Phone 0S4 3*11 Daily Servic
Mornmgand E venmg
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday moming-f a m
South Dade Campus 7J00 SW uoth St
Late Shabbat Evening Services
Friday Night Ip m
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
101 SW 12th Ave.
5t 433
labbi Mai Shapiro Cantor Leon Sega
lose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon for Yahrieitan
Daily 7:4S a.m. a S3* p.m.
.ate Friday Evening Service. (: IS p. m
EMPLE BETHSHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 4 ui St
Leon Kronish 538 '23' libera
Cantor David Conviser
Sabbath Services.
Friday. I lip m
IETH TORAH
;ONCREGATION
1051 N Miam
4' 's;s
Conserva'
Beach Blvd
Dr Man A Lipschiti Rabt
Cantor ZveeAroni
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
S3* 2503
Conservative
Dr Irving Lehrman Rat*1
Z vi Adler Cantor
Late Friday service I 30 p m
Dr Irving Lehrman
will preach on
"The Jungle Within
Saturday serviceaMa m
EMPLE JUDEA
J55O0 Granada Blvd 'fm
Coral Gables
Michael B Eisenslal RidDi
Serving Coral Gable*
and the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
2fi 7$fh St.. Miami Beach 33Mi
Rabbi Mayer Abramowiii
Cantor Nico Feldman
Friday services ail 'Pm
Saturday services at' m
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1S45 Jefferson Ave. Miami Beach
Dr. Ephraim F. Mandelcorn R
Saul H Breeh, Cantor .
Late Friday Sarvicei m
Saturday morning services ( M a
Religious
Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 576-4000
Rabbinical Association Offict
TEMPLE SINAI '>' =*
North Dade s Reform Congregat"*
Ralph P. Kingsley, RDb'
Julian l Cook. Associate ">>.
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Administrator.
Sabbath Eve Services 0 '5 >
(7:jep.m.onthef.rst
Friday at the montr.1
Sabbath Morning Services 10 JO b
EMPLE ZION
onservative 0KoneJ71 U'
Miller Drive Phone'
Norman N. Shaplrd. "DI
enter Ben Dickson .,mr
ivron smolensky Musical Wnam
ayanet Stonp-Barly Childhood Director
Jorottiy H Grant Becut.v Director
ram. Mlny.n Services^ "no*,,m
Thursdays. Friday. March J.I *
amity Sabbath Services. Dr. No "
I. Shapiro will bless all Use CJjH*
with March Birthdays *?"9'Vf0,
following serv.ces. directed by ""to
Ben D.ckson Saturday. March l.t*"1
Sabbath Services
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Schwartz to Chair Yom Haatzmaut Event
,H Schwartz. past Schwartz has served as Rephun said.
(,erald .ac*"j___:,:, chairman of several other Y.m
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L;;^^"h,.\rnencan Zionist
Ederation of South Honda, has
! oommunitywida celebration
v,, Haatzmaut (Israel
dependence Day) for 1980.
to observance of the State of
....,!- 32nd anniversary of
ndence will be held April
- P m in I he Miami Beach
invention Cental
Schwartz- appointment was
oounced bj Harriet Green
of the
by Harriet
president
oericanZionist Federation
chairman of several other Yom
Haaztmaut celebrations in
Greater Miami, and will work
closely with Josh Rephun.
president of the A/.K of South
Florida, and with presidents of
Hadassah. Pioneer Women.
American Mizrachi Women.
B'nai Zion. Zionist Organization
of America. Labor Zionist
Zionist Revisionist and Zionist
youth groups
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will officially
O00pan.t in the sponsorship of
the community wide celebration.
.kS*'wWarlzJs pasl D^'dent of
he Miami Reach lodge of B'nai
"nth and is Southeast regional
director of the American Friends
of Haifa University in Israel
Galil Mizrachi
The (ialil Chapter of the
American Mizrachi Women will
hava a apodal meeting for all
members on Tuesday, March 12.
at noon at the Windsor Tower
Apartment. 1550 NK 168th St.,
North Miami Reach.
It's Camping Time Again
Advisory Service
Did you know that there are
Ire than 6,000 camps in the
iitetl Stale' There are camps
even taste, ever)' location, of
ned duration, and for every
dgei
Most people looking for a camp
mid benefit from the assistance
a camp advisor whose job it is
adwse parents of the right
ftnp fur their child based on the
Eld's intereata, family budget,
dlocation desired.
The Advisory Service on
mpa and Private Schools is a
ique service It represents
ny .amps m many parts of the
> It1- function is to analyze
needs and recommend the
imer program which best
ts your camper. Mrs. Grace
in is in charge of the Advisory
v
wish more information
mited to contact the
on (amps and
vati Schools I' O !V>x 667.
1009 or call 306-
7809
imp Timbertops
|' Timbertops, a camp for
Res 8 to 16, is located in a
| -' I private acres
Pine spruce and hemlock
ests : the Pocono Mountains
IGreelej Pa
lh- camp provides a rounded
"Uram aimed at enlarging a
fis horizons. Activities are
pnnwi to h, lp campers develop
T wwial. emotiona and
' growth
'" uK1,tl""- 'he program is
inatill an ap-
wnon !r ,he out-of-doora
I "' cooperation in
nne Forest Camp
'"rest Camp, located in
!''. began in 1981.
da>-the imp continues under
ion of the second
_ of the family of its
founder Edwin 1 Rlack.
" 'gram at the camp is
emistructured. Although many
j*tivities are si heduled for the
pamper, the scope of scheduling
rfnes *"h the age and interests
P the individual child.
Among the camp activities are
r's and crafte, sailing, camp
Frd". riding, nature study,
^"cmg. music and drama.
J*2*CH PRIVATE CAMP?
*f.?.?*ATON AVAILABLE
' SlSTIfafePaajaaaaiaBaj
' K^^ffT"-e*t.
Mrs Grace Stem
(305) 944-5022 Dade
1305,4-,, '89", BrowjrO
Camp Judaea
lamp Judaea. located in
Hendersonville. N.C., provides a
summer program which em-
phasizes Jewish culture and
traditions. The camp is the
summer program of
Hashacher Young Judaea,
which is sponsored by Hadassah.
Membership in this youth
movement is requested.
The camp offers a full program
of sports, swimming, boating.
nature craft, horseback riding
and scouting. The athletic
program is geared to individuals
to refine their skills, as well as
compete in healthy group ac-
tivities.
A program in Judaism and
Zionism is planned for this
summer. Founded on the concept
of "Living Judaism." its themes
are selected from Jewish life
around the world.
Camp Highlander
("amp Highlander is located on
Forgo Mountain, adjacent to the
Pisgah National Forest in the
foothiUa of the Blue Ridge
Mountains in Horseshoe. N ('
The Oamp'a 1*>0 acres offer
facilities to meal the needs of
toda) s youth Activity areas
include canoeing, swimming in a
private lake, horseback riding.
riflery. archery and arts and
crafts Advanced programs are
offered in all areas, including
tennis, ruling, gymnastics,
dance, riflery and wilderness
acth itiea
The close proximity to the
greater Asne\ ille area allows
campers to take part in cultural
offerings there
Pocono Highland Camps
Pocono Highland Camps offers
separate camps for boys and girls
ages 6 to lr> The camp is located
in the Pocono Mountains in
northeastern Pennsylvania on a
r5-acre private lake
A semi-structured program of
planned activities and selective
choices allows campers to
broaden their skills and ex-
periences Individual clinic in
struct ion ia stressed under the
supervision of specialist-
Separate athletic and workshop
facilities are available for each
camp.
Among the camp features are
championship tennis courts.
three swimming pools, sailing in
'_'.'> new craft, boating, kayaking,
canoeing and water cycling.
Cultural programs include!
dramatics. featuring theater!
workshops, dance, music and fine
arts. i
Lake Owego Camp for Boys
Lake Owego (amp tor Boya ia
limited to boys 8-16 years ld
Activities, both mandatory and
elective in the camp program, art-
planned to meet the interests and
needs of the campers
Lake Owego (amp is located
On 126 private and secluded acres
ol pine, spruce and hemlwk
forests in the Pocono Mountains
in (ireellev. Pa
Purpose of the camp program
i- to instill an appreciation of the
OUt-of-doora, to build healthy
minds and bodies and to provide
opportunities for boys to learn to
live, work and play together.
Camp Highlander
Roys and girls ages 7 to 16 are
eligible for Camp Highlander.
located on Forge Mountain, near
Hendersonville. N.C. The natural
beauty of the Rlue Ridge
Mountains surrounds 160 acres
containing full camp facilities.
1' a igand backpacking in the
adj nl Pisgah National Forest
complement a full range of on
camp activities such as swim-I
ming. horseback riding, riflery.
tennis, land sports, crafts and
many more.
Campers are taught not only
athletic, outdoor and craft skills,
but also respect for nature and an
increased awareness of them
selves ami their surroundings
Send your children!
Send your grandchildren!
to the Blue Ridge Mountains...
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PINE FOREST CAMP
(COED)
u
CAMP TIMBER TOPS
iron giblSi
LAKE OWEGO CAMP
(FOR BOYS)
Located in the Poconos of PA
for 7-15 year olds.
4 or 8 week sessions
For information write:
Pine Forest Camp.
110A Benson East
Jenkintown. PA 19046
(215) 224-2100
or in Florida
(813) 383-3261
SUMMIT
THE SUMMIT CAMP
A coed camping program m its l2tn season for
children and teens ages 7 '7 featuring mature
star) eceilent physical lacilities structured
environment remedial academics and pre
voc programs superrj natural toodscuisme
-no sugar chemical additives |unkioodsi
Dietary iarsot>served Unique teen
*""k camp program
Ftr IrKkwri UMci'r trtvat cimpi aril*
SUMMIT PROGRAMS
For Children, Teens and
Younq Adults with mild
Learning and
Adjustment difficulties
offering in 1980
THE SUMMIT TRAVEL PROGRAM
Now m its tenth season featuring 3 & 6
week programs of carefully Balanced
sightseeing recreation leisure therapeutic
8roup process and independent living skill
evelopment tor adolescents and young
adults ages 17 mid 20 s
THI BEST Of THE WFST IEST OF NEW ENGLAND
AND CANAOA
Special two week program m Colorado for
working young adults
S7I N E KOSinti A Miami laach.Fltrirji 33IBJ
F306I S624B7S Oipl JF
Camp Highlander
Horse Shoe, North Carolina near Asheville
A Residential Camp for Boys and Girls Ages 7 16
offering a wide selection of activities and times to fit
every vacation plan with 3-6-9 week sessions beginning
June 15 and a special wilderness program for boys
ages 16-17 starting July 6.
Program Offerings:
Wilderness Camping
River Canoeing
Rock Climbing
Birling
Hiking
Gymnasitcs & Dance
Tennis
Land Sports
River Rafting
Horseback Riding
Caving
Archery & Riflery
Swimming
Crafts
Limited enrollment for all sessions, early applications are encouraged
For further information contact:
Mr. Tim T. Harris
PINE CREST SCHOOL
1501 N. E. 62 St.. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. 33334
Phone (3051 492-4124
EDUCATION EXCITEMENT FUN ADVENTURE
NON DtSCHIUINA TORY ADMISSIONS
A Fun Filled
Summer Adventure
Awaits Your Child
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THE ULTIMATE IN CAMPING
Imagine! Tennis on 13 lighted professional courts, stalled by a well
known Tennis Pro and 10 Instructors) Qolf, on our own private nine
hole course! Riding on seven miles of trails spread over 525 acres of
breathtaklngly beautful scenery! A children's paradise... 25
sailboats. 3 motorboats. 4 Indoors Brunswick bowling lanes, canoe
trips, baseball, basketball. waterskUng. drama and dance, karate,
fencing, rocketry, ham radio, archery, photography and gymnastics
are just some of the many fascinating activities available! Ages 5 to
1* OUR 45th YEAR!
under Weinberg family direction
Dietary Laws Observed Nationwide Enrollment
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Separate Camps ol distinction lor Boys and Gi'is on beautiful Reflection Lake Ml the pic
luresaue Pocono Mountains ol N E Pennsylvania
MIAMI OFFICE
2333 Brickell Ave.. Suite 1512
Phone: 858-1190 or 758-9454
Louis Weinberg. Director
Stall Inquiries invited
WINTER OFFICE 6578 Casto. Avenue. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 19149
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..____ n.;,4 sett mu up a series of committees ..... u,,h Leonard '"' ... \...k.v Tiieres college aire stu.
Chabad House. Florida
Lubavitch Headquarters, has
assumed directorship of the
Landow Yeshevia Lubavitch
Educational Center. The school
will be a division of Chabad-
Lubavitch of Florida.
The Center operates
elementary' and high schools for
boys and girls. The Yeshiva also
sponsors the Rabbinical College
of Greater Miami, which prepares
college-age young men for
positions in the rabbinate and in
the field of Jewish education.
A group of parents and
communitv leaders have joined in
David Pinski
Club Meets
The next Oneg Shabbos of the
David Pinski Club is scheduled
tor Friday, March V. at 7:30 p.m..
at I he Ida Fisher School
i afeteria, 1160 Diesel Kvt
Miami Mi
The In. rarj and musical
program will feature L. l.asavin,
.Hither and lecturer, whose
subject will le "Sholem Ash.
ih- author, commemorating 100
> ears Bince his birth
Sara Friedman will read
selections from classic Yiddish
literature; Kegina Haylin.
soprano, will entertain with a
group of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, accompanied by Paul
Yanovsky. Moishe Friedman is
chairman of this evening.
setting up a series of committees
in behalf of a $1.5 million fund
campaign Committee chairmen
are Ari Lampert. finance; Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Schapiro.
education; Mrs. Malca Lampert.
education; Mrs. Corrine Lang,
house.
MEMBERS are Dr. and Mrs
Alvin Stern. Dr and Mrs
Jacquin Mierman. Dr. and Mrs
Marvin Shuater, Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart Mirmelli. Dr. Harvey
Lang. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lallouz. Rabbi P. Weberman.
Rabbi Meshoullam Weiss. Rabbi
Mordechai Shapiro. Dr. and Mrs.
Daniel Wuensch, Mr. and Mrs.
Rabbi Weinblatt
to Talk on Israel
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt
associate rabbi at Temple Beth
Am. South Miami, has been in
Israel for the past few weeks. He
will return to Miami and speak
from the pulpit at the Friday
evening family services on March
7. at 7.30 p.m.
The theme of his service will
be. Why I Am Proud to be a
Jew Some Thoughts on
Returning from Israel."
On the same evening,
Associate Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz
will conduct a Torah service for
singles in the temple's chapel
located in the teenage building.
This service will be at 9:30 p.m
Arluck Culture
Circle Meets
The Nachman Arluck Culture
Circle announces thai Us tenth
-ting oi the season will l
.'( on '1 uesdaj March II, at 7
p in. at thi American Savings
Bank, 1200 Lincoln Road and the
Mall
Morris Becker will deliver a
lecture on Martin Bubez, the
tern religious philosopher
Medina Malin will present a
le of Hebrew and Yiddish
songs accompanied by Irving
\utin Vetta ("hmcll will re. it.
"lom Aleichem's storj It Iss
Lie." Fanny Luna pianist will
sent a recital of classical
music Morns Fisher will chair
the meeting < .nests are welcome
Flea Market Set
On Sunday. March 9. the Wast
\\enue Jewish Center
Sisterhood will sponsor a Flea
Market and New Material sale on
the grounds of the synagogue on
12th Street and Alton Rd.
Miami Beach.
on
Eye Bank
Luncheon Slated
Southgate Chapter of
Hadassah announces its annual
Eye Bank Luncheon on Wed-
nesday. March 12, at noon at the
Montmartre Hotel.
The program will feature
accordionist Doreen Stewart and
a reading by Muriel Kovinow and
Ruth Katz. Reservation* may be
made by calling Bea Schiffman
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Schlesinger of Sarasota dl
receive the Milton W'eill
Human Relations Award at
the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Appeal for Human
Relations Dinner. Sunday.
March 23. at the University
Club. Sarasota. Schlesinger is
the former chairman and chief
executive officer of Allied
Stores Corporation. Allied's
Florida units are Maas
Brothers on the west coast,
headquartered in Tampa, and
Jordan Marsh on the east
coast. headquartered in
Miami.
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The $15 million fund raising
campaign is designed to stabilize
the schools financial s.tuation
and develop additional resources
for the existing statewide net
work of programs
Chabad-I.ubavitch regional
director. Rabbi Abraham Kurt
said that we must rescue the
physical plant of the school at
12th Street and Alton Road He
singled out Dr and Mrs Alvin
Stern as instrumental in this
effort
"WE HAVE reached a turning
point in the development of the
school, said Rabbi Kort From
this moment on. we will bring 8
new spirit to the VeshlVS
However, it is riuial now that
the members "I it"' communit)
step forward and help th. school
out ot its financial straits
The school was founded in '
in Rabbi Kort In 197
loped as a separate
organizational entitj when the
school s leadership was trans
terre.l to Rabbi Sholom D
Lipskar, with Rabbi Kort
developing the outreach and
communitv service projects ol
Chabad then are presentl) 1"
Chabad centers m Florida These
range from campus student
centers at the Universitj "t
Miami and Universitj ol South
Florida to community
synagogues in Inverrary.
Kendale Lakes, and South Miami
Beach
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mA .'t Clerk
Feb 22. 29.
Man h 7, 14, 1980
DAI
IRCUIT COURTOF
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ICOUNTY. FLORIDA
IwiLY DIVISION
|Si No 80 JI09FC
BY PUBLICATION
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The administration of the
estate of Sol Karp. deceased.
Elle Number HO 1870. Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County, Klurlda. Probate
Division, the address of which
II II est Flagler Street
Miami, Florida The names
iTliI addresses "f the Ml
representatives and the per
tonal representative! attorney
el forth below
mi Inti......led pel .
file hi
WITHIN IIKEE MONTHS Or
II It FIR8T PI RLICATION
in III NOTICI
iri in

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qualification! "i the personal
representative en
,lu tion .it I he i ourt
Ml. CL MMS \M i OBJEC
riONS No 1 HO KIl.KI i WILL
BE FORE\ ER H M'.l'.Kl
I *ub111 ation ol thli Nnin t has
begun on starch 7, 1980
i 'ersonal RepresentaUA as
K\ .i Karp and
Hcrnicc E Frank
, ol' \CKM \N NEI W Mil.
4 ROSENBERG
lioi Brlckell Avenue
Suite 001
Miami Florid* SSISI
Attorney tor Personal
Kepresentatit e
Mali ni in h Neuwahl
14 > 1 llnckcll Avenue.
Suite 80S
Miami Florida 3S1SI
Telephone 3&a 8220
1-.-1 Mar< h 7, 14. itii
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 7941 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
SIIA \M \ M.MKIH \
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April 11.
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this 2 day ol Feb
kRDP HKINKER
rk. Circuit Court
County. Florida
JeborahG Hess
I Deputy Clerk
tourt Seal 1
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,-Orlda 33132
Ijor PeUUoner
"arch 7, 14,21.28. 1980
CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
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ATE DIVISION
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FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No 9 6426
Division 03
IN KE I I \: Or
S MI \ll POMEK \N
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tDMINIS t*R kTH 'N
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Cl. \1M- OR DEM \M"
v; mns 1 s UP ESTA I'K \n: i
OTHER PERSONS in
rERESTED in SAID
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Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai ii"' administration
ol the Estate of BARAH
I'OMERANT/ dei eased, late
ol Dade County Florida, has
commenced In the captloned
pin, ccdlllg
YOI VKE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND REQUIRED to file
.ui\ 1 laimi and demands which
toil unit hate against the
Estate and to file any challenge
la the validity ol the i.ast win
and Testament offered for
.probate, if any. or any objec
lion to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative.
venue or jurisdiction of the
Court, with the Court. Dade
County Courthouse, 73 West
Flagler Street Miami. Florida
33130. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR YOIR RIGHT TO DO SO
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED ,
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
MARRED
First publication of thli
Notice on the 7 day of March.
1980
MORRIS 8CHIFFMAN
HERJ AMIN BEKNFELD
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
SARAH POMERANT7,
Deceased
900 West Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 3.11.19
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
IIYMAN P OALBUT, Esquire
0 M.111 T QALBL'T
1 MENIN P \
: Washington Avenue
Miami Beai n Florida 33139
'iif 1
'7 II 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 1697
Division 03
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KSTATr \N|. M.l. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Till-: ESTATE
YOI IRE HEREBY NOTI
FiEii thai the administration
Ite Ol Anna Ti.n lilen
1. eased File Number
pending In the Or
(int Courl lor Dade County
Florida 1 'rotate 1 ilvlslon, the
esi ni huh 1- : Weal
Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130 The personal rep-
tatlve of the estate li
Shirley Simon, whose address
1- 08 Central Avenue. Law-
rence New York The name
.iml address of the personal
1. pre lentatit e sttomey .in-
I tin Hi helow
All persons having claims or
demand! Against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
If Till-: FIRST PI M
I.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to flic with the clerk of the
ibove court ,1 w ntten state-
no 111 ni .int claim or demand
they may have Each claim
musl be in writing and must
ISl! (or the claim.
the name and address of the
'. 01 in> agenl 01 -it
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NOTICI I- HEREBY
1;i\ 1 '. indei Igned

tioui name "i
ri.i s Professional! Learning
Spanish .ii number *
,-tt -:;!. \tenue In the (':
Miami Florida, intends to
reglslei the laid name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
I 1 ITED .it North Miami
Beach Florida this 13th day of
February laeio
SONI \ E MIl.I.ER
si oti y Barnetl
attorney for Applicant
Scotl F BarnetC P A
111:11 North Miami
Beach Boulevard
North Miami Reach.
I Florida 331*1
0W34 Feb 22.29.
Man-h7 14 IHrin
~ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No SO 150? 1 CP 01 I
IN RE ESTATE OF
HERMAN KOCH
1 Km eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the .-stale of HERMAN
KOCH, deceased, Iste of Dade
County. Florida. File Number
80-1907 (Oil Is pending In the
Circuit Court In and for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which

Is rtr.l Floor. Dade County
Courtl -i, 7,1 West Flagler
jjtreel llaml, Florida 33130
Tio- |m 1 inal representative of
,h|- I- AYE KOLMAN
Ivim'ii wrh..... address Is 2018
Bay Drive Miami Beach
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Red ii
tin- 1 1.uni : ontingenl or un
liquidated the nature of the un
( ertalnty shall be stated If the
i laim 1- ... ured the security
be 1. 11 1 ib.-ii The
i laimanl shall deliver suf
in lent 1 opiei ol the (laim to the
1 lerk ol the above styled court
to enable the clerk '" mall one
to eai h pei tonal
representative
mi persons Interested In the
estate to whom .1 copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed .ire required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST Pl'Hl.lCATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
Dbjei lions they may have that
1 hailenge the validity of the
dei edenl w ill the
quallflcaUona of the personal
esentatlve, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
Ml. CLAIMS DEMANDS
\NH OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL HI-: FOREVER
BARRED
1' \ tki 1.11 Miami Florida on
this 28 day ni Febi nary IIMO
Faye Kolman K01 m
tsi'ei eonal Ri 1 resi ntatlve
.11 the Estate ol
HERM \N KOCH
1.....
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. Iminlstratlon on Ihe 7 day
Mai 1 '
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FIORI DA.IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3146 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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plaint or petil ion
Tlu> noli! e shall he published
eacl ek lot foul
itive week! in THE
JEWISH FI.OIMI'I \N
WITNESS my hand and the
lid court at Miami
Florida on this ird day of
Man 1
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. ('lei k >'ii all Court
Dade County. Florida
By K Selfrled
\s I leputy Clerk
(Cm ml Court Seal I
- 10 Mar. h7 14 21 1930
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
OIVEN lhat the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names LEO
MARTIN I) B A POMPEII
COMMERCIAL A INDUS
TRIAL PARK at 10880 10890
Qijall Roost Drive Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Paula Roth
U8SS0 March 7. 14. 21. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
PlanU In Design st 30064 SW
168th Court, Homestead. Fla
33030. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dsde County.
Florida
Mitchell I Rabin
08S81 March 7.14, 21. 28, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 79 12898 FC
AMENDED ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
.
i.NNE JORDAN
and
M IORD \N
TO IOHN M
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llUtlon of Ma: I

quired to
tour written defi rany to
it on JACK It NAGELEY
attorney for Petitioner whose
n 11 130 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33130,
and file the original with the
< lerk of the above styled ( ourt
on or helore April 10
otherwise default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This no!in- shall be published
once c.k h week for four con
ecutlve weeks in the JEW
ISHFl.oRllil AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of (aid court at Miami.
Florida on this 29 day of
February iwhh
RICHARD I' BRINKER
K$ Clerk, Circuit Court
I i.nle County, Florida
By Willie Hradshaw Ir
As I leputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal 1
1 \ci< R NAOELEY
ijo I.on oln l'.oad
Miami Beach,
Florida 33139
333 7392
Attorney for Petitioner
Man Ii T 11 L'l S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80^2937 FC
FAMI' DIVISION
In re the m
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INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3730 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE 1 h< mai 1 ...
ILBERTOE %'.l NI
Husband
and
M M'.I A BELARMIN \
MKNDOZA
Wife
ro M M'.I \ BELARMIN \
MENDOZ\
1301 Lake Avenue
lot 10
Metairle,
Louisiana -
vol ARE HEREBY NOTI
HIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to terVC .1 COP) "I
win v. ntten defenses, if any to
it on ALBERT 1. CARR1
carte. P a attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
JiVl NW 7th Street Miami.
Florida 33125. and file Ihe
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 11. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
serutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4 day of March.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ae Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByG.S. Carile
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
Albert L Carricarte. Esq
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
1306)849 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
108591 March 7 14 71 28 1980

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 3731 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RE The u 1......'
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Hid
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III \M \ \1 MI !
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a 1 men di t to
.1 01; m.hkli 1. CARRI
CARTE P \ attorm
I 'elltlon.-r whOSt I :
nw rth a..... Miami
Florida 33138 and file the
original with the 1 lerk of tile
: vied court (111 or before
xprii 11 lHxii otherwise
default win be entered against
you for Ihe relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notli -nan be published
un each week for four con-
lecutlvi week! in THE
IEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and Ihe
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4 day of March
1380
RICHARD P BRINKER
\* ("lerk Circuit ("ourt
DadeCounty, Florida
By r, s Car he
\ I leputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
Albert I. Cam. arte. P A
:'ii NW 7thStreet
Miami Florida 33125
303 1 849 7317
tltorney foi Petltlonei
March 7 11 :'i 28 iko
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3737 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
mi TICK IS HEREBY
. ;;\ en thai the undersigned
Ing t" engage In bus.
the fictitious name
Huniington Properties, at 1111
oln Ril Mall. 8th Floor.
Miami Reach. Florida Intend!
gister said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
; lade County, Florida
Michael H Werner.
m Trustee
smith. Mandler, Smith.
Werner JacobowlttA
Fried P A
attorney I for Trustee
Feb 29-
_______March j. 14.2L lflriQ]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Graphic Traffic at 2825 Oak
Ate.. Suite 11, Coconut Grove.
Fla 33133. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Susan Don Resnlck.
Owner
08582 March 7. 14.21.28. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
ROCA EXPORT at 7060 NW
2nd Ave Miami. Florida 33150.
Intends lo register said name
[with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dsde County. Florida
RodolfoH DeLsGuardla
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Public Noticed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION 01
FileNo.M-1444
INRE K.-TATEOF
FRIEDA K DALEO
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED Ih.it the administration
of the .-t.it.' of FRIEDA E
DALEO deceased, late of
Dade County. Florida. File No.
80-1444 Is pending In the Circuit
Court in and for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 3rd Floor.
Dade County Courthouse. 73
West Fl.ic.lcr Street. Miami.
Florida 33130 The personal
representative of this estate Is
GEORGE DALEO. whose
address is 12MB NE 181st St.. N
Miami Beach. Florida The
name anil address of the at-
loi net) ioi the personal rep-
. SB4 :.u.'.,\ KTi set forth below
All parsons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
UCATIO.N OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written state-
ment of any claim or demand
they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet
due the date when It will
become due shall be stated. If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The i laimant shall deliver
sufficient opies of the claim to
the i lerk oi the above styled
court to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
i epre*er.'.itive
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Nut,i< ol Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE 1>ATE OF THE
FIRST II HI.1CATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objection- they may have that
chain alidlty of the
decedent's will the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
Jurladli lion "i the court
AI.I. claims DEMANDS
\\: HJI CTIi INS not SO
once each week for four con
BeCtitlve weeks In The Jewish
Klontii.in
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8 day of Feb-
ruary. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V Bark ley
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal!
HMla Cardonne
Stone. Sostchm k
Qonsales, p A
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33135
Tel 649 -4 11
08517 Feb. 15. 22. 29.
March 1. 1980
FILED U : : BE FOREVER
B MIKE!'
DATI : Florida on
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Man h7, 19M)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 21 N FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
PAWN 1.1 IS
Petitioner Wife,
and
I <0NAI.il LUIS.
Respondent Husband
TO DONALD LUIS
c o Davis
26 B Houlihan Street
I. ..body.
Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action foi
Dissolution of Marriage ha;
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to
it on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 Northwest 167
Street, uo-B Miami. FL3S169.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before March 21. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FI.oridia.n
WITNESS my hand and the
teal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11 day of
February 1900
RICHM.I I BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I le.de t 'ounty. Florida
H\ M J Hartnett
\- I vpiity Clerk
On ull Court Seal I
Feb 15. 22.29.
March7. 1980
< UIT COURT OF
I MH JUDICIAL
IN AND FOR
UNTY. FLORIDA
No. SO 1804 FC
L Y DIVISION
of
IN .
THI
DADf
HENI
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GERTR1 DFK11.CREASE
R -|>< rlenl
NOTII i: OF ACTION
TO oKl'.TRI'DE
KILCREASE
I'.T 1 BOX :i9l
BLOOMINQDALE,
(JA 31302
YOl ABE 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
B H HRODY ESQ attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
633 NE 167 ST N M B FLA
33162. on or before March 14.
1980, and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter; other-
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 Feb 6,
1980
RiChtU-d P Bnnker
As Clerk of the Court
By Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Feb 15. 22. 29.
____________________ Mr.-h7 man
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Keith I Hour Clean at 701
NE 2nd Avenue. Miami.
Florida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
urt "f Dade County,
NormsM Mignott. owner
Feb 22.29.
I 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7411443 FC
(07)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. N I; i I Marrlagi
c|;l- mino
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v
MINO
-
Rl HEREBY NOTI
a i tiuori (oi
u M
u 11
f any.
M MENDEZ
tm Petitioner
' w 4th
onda
. Il .. with
!! 'nurt on
n ism
erwist i lefaull will be
red against you for the
for In the com-
plaint or petition
Thil in-tii shall be published
e each week (or (our con-
e< utn weeks in THE
JEWISH F I. OR II) I AN
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol -..id Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 8 day of Fet>
ruarv litwi
RICHARDP BRINKER
\- Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
n> i leborah Q Hess
As Deputy Clerk
I ",.i lo- M Mendez, Esq
2985 V. tth Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08516 Feb 15,22.29.
_____________________M-rchl.lWW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
STATE TITLE REALTY COM
PANY. at 3109 Ponce de Leon
Blvd.. Coral Gables. Florida.
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
STATE TITLE
REALTY COMPANY.
a Florida
General Partnership
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Werner, Jacobowitz
and Fried, p A
Attorneys for State
Title Realty Company,
a Florida General
t ship
Ull Lincoln Road Mall
i Beach, Fla 33139
Oases' Feb 22. 29.
March 7,14, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. M 2043 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
FRANCISCO CLAUDIO
i-i i LLOT
I .net Husband
and
I.I Cl V MESA 1'OII.l.OT
Rl mondsnt Husband
TO LI CIA MESA
I IILOT
Slsterna is
I Iran Avenida
Santiago. Chile
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been died against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on Harvey D Friedman
F-.| attorney for Petitioner
uliose address is 420 Lincoln
Road. Suite 392. Miami Beach.
Florida and file the original
With the clerk of the above
St) led i ourt on or before March
20, 1*0. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petlUon
This notice shall be published
ones each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
If WISHFLORIDIAN
W IT.NESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 11 day of
Februan 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
AsI>eputyClerk
Circuit Court Seal i
Harvej D Friedman. Esq
420 Lincoln Road
Suite '.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attornev (or Petitioner
Feb 15. 22 29.
March 7. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 74 14232
FAMILY DIVISION FC (04)
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The marriage of
UAGALY GONZALEZ.
CATAL1N \ MAGAI.Y
DOMINO) EZ
I'etll.
and
FR VNC1SCOOONZALEZ
lent
n l FR INCISCII GONZALEZ
Oondomlnlo l-aguna
leu Edlfli
kpartamento B
'. ei de
CAROl IN \
PI ER TORICO
N< IRE HEREBY NOT!
Petition (or I Its
your Marriage
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HARDP BRINKER
\ '. rh i 'ir, uit Court
i >ad< < 'ounty, Florida
B) I leborah G Hess
\- Deputy Clerk
F.'b 29.
March 7. 14 21 IW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO. 90 1114 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re the marriage of
RAFAEL A MORA.
Husband
..ml
EI.SA MARIA MENDEZ
tie MORA
Wile
TO EI.SA MARIA
MENDE/deMORA
Paraquay 21 b
Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic
YOl \KE HEREBY notified
(hat a Petition lor Dissolution
ol Marriage has been filed
against you and you are hereby
required lo serve a copy of your
.u. ii hi other pleading to the
Petition on the Husband's
rnei iiakvky d
ROGERS, whose address is
I 40 I NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
Honda M125, and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
Ihll 21 day Of Mar. h. 19HO. or a
I lefaull will be entered against
you
DATED this day of
Februan ihmi
RICHARDP DRINKER
i lerk ol Cln ull Court
m By (i S Carhe
MHO Feb It 22 9
M.irrh 7 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90 2244 F C
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INRE The mar rtage of
RICHARD MOORE.
Petitioner Husband,
RUTH ELLA MOORE.
Respondent Wife
TO Ruth Ella Moore
General Delivery
Glennwood,
North Carolina
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
11,-solution of Marriage has
he. n lile.l against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
|| on LAW OFFICES OF
REICHI.EH FI.EISHER
St torney (or Petitioner, whose
address Is 430 Lincoln Road.
Suite 210, Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
I) led court on or before March
1WU. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
. omplaint or petition
This notice shall be published
mice each week for four con-
seCUUva weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal o( said court at Miami.
Florida on this 13th day of
February. 1980
RICHARD BRINKER
AslTcrk. Circuit Court
Dade Courtly Florida
By Willie Hradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
Cln Ult Court Seali
JeroidH Relrhler Esquire
Law Office of
Ren hlerandFleisher
12ii Lincoln Road Suite 230
Miami Beach. Florida S3iso
I > (or Petitioner
ie.535 Fcr, 22.29.
March 7 l 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR'OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No so 2so:
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In i the marriage ol
NDAI sBONTE
i oner/Wife
Ri .) R LaBONTE
I : -| indent/ Husband
TO ROGER LaBONTE
Bronx River Road
Yonkera, NY :
YOl \RE NOTIFIED that
ii lion lor DISSOLI
- ir M UtRI l< il has beei I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
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^ tn engage u
:.. UUoui
:k title hoi.din,,
1 iMI'XNY at 3109 Pond u 'I Coral Gables
Florida intends to rv.
name with the Clerk of th.-
Circuit Court of Dad. County
Florl
STATE TITLE
Hoi.I,IN.; comb \\y
Sinitli Mandler Smith
W i ner, Jacobowitz
i Fried, P A
X'.lnmeys (or Slate
Title Holding Company.
a Florida General
Partnership
nil l.in.olii Road Mail
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
08532 Keb 22.29,
March 7, 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
* ""M "' engage 111 (!-. .
undei the RcUtolui name
; E TITLE HOI.I,is,;
COMPANY at 3109 Pom. i,
Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
Florida intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Da.i.- County
Florid.i
WAYNE K SPENCER
QEORGINA ESTEVA
Smith Handler Smith,
w,-inei j.u obowlts
. Fried, p A
ir ItaU
Title lluiiiiii^ i 'ompa
,. Florida General
Partnership
Il II Lin. i,in Road Mall
Heai h Fla 3313a
22 29
March T. M. itn
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONS?fcUCTIVE SERVICE
iNOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W I Ml FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INRE The marrtageof
MARIOOYAR/I N
Husband
and
MARIA At'XII.IADORA
SI ARE/OYARZCN.
Wife
TO MARIA At'XII.IADORA
si AREZOYARZUN
iipti. a Vision
i', Arrlba
Managua. Nicaragua
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Disaolutlon of Marriage has
been (lied against you and you
en required to serve a copy of
miiii written defenses. If any. to
il on ALBERT 1. CARHI
CARTE PA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2191 NW :th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
starch 21. 1980, otherwise a
oV fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
ecutlve weeks In THE JEV
ISHFUJK1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
sal of said court at Miami.
I- loi ula on this 6 day of
February 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
< 'in ult Court Seal i
Albert 1. Carrtcarte. P A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami, Florida
.13125
Tel ,306i47917
Attorney for Petitioner
11vMs. Feb 13. 22. 29.
March 7. 198T)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 10 144] FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Ri; The marriage of
I \MMARW
WILLIAM
petitioner wife

\ \n WILLIAM
lesponoVnt husband
I'" i \ AN WILLIAM
i,m e I nknow n
Yoi \re HEREBY Nun
FIED that an action mi DU
-iiiiiiiuii of Marriage hai
uid you are
it on
\i: nil P. ii LIPSON attorno)
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
und.i the fictitious name
ST \ IK TITLE REALTY COM
PANY al I10S Ponce de Leon
Blvd., coral Gables. Florida.
Inland to register said name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court uf Dade County Florida
WAYNEK SPENCER
UEORQINAS ESTEVA
Smith. Mandler Smith.
Werner. Jacobowitxand
Fried, p A
Attorneys (or State
Title Realty Company,
a Florida General
Partnership
1111 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
DEMI feb 22. 29.
March 7. 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai (he iin.l.-rmgiied
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name of
EK Hi II.DINi; MANAGE
mi.ni gum ..,, One Lin
...In Road Building Miami
B.-... h h | ,|, to
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Clerk oi th.
I lade i
ABR HER
Fl I' 22.29.
March 1 it 19M)
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THE ELEVENTH,?
CIRCUIT in Sa
DADE COUNTY F?
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any. t ,. or "/Jg
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THE ELEVENTH JUOlClk
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOI
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CastNc U-isitrC
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the mai *** o(
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THE "TH JUDlCi"-
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DADE COUNT VFLORIO
Case No "?'"
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE Th. M
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[S. Prosecutor Dies at 47 M. Schwartzman,
f8S AttoTy JS u.?nT#^7S Contractor, Dies
togwi\ who died of a heart many honors were military
ack Sunday afternoon while decorations of the Mediterranean
Jge
track Sunday afternoon while decorations of the Mediterranean
Lin* leaves at "** norne Co1 Occupation Medal and the
fables. He was 47. National Defense Medal.
A former FBI agent, Dade He was a member of the Dade
isistant state attorney, federal County Chiefs of Police, a
iblic defender and federal member of the American. Federal
the soft-spoken
C^er Miami High School honor
kudent was named to the top
tosecutors post in South
florida by President Carter in
leptember 1977
and Florida Bar Associations.
Surviving are his wife Elaine;
his children, Joey (Victor) and
Stacy; his brother. Dr. Albert
Eskenazi; and sister. Lorraine
Kurland.
Dave Emmer, Land Developer
Funeral services were held Miami. Lake Placid and
iunday at Rubin Memorial Gainesville
'hapel for Dave Emmer. 81. a He was a founder of the
Hired land developer, who died National Children's Cardiac
eb. 29 at Mount Sinai Medical Hospital and former president of
the Miami Beach Civic League.
_ He is survived by his wife.
Florence; a son. Phil; and three
grandchildren
Interment was at Star of David
Memorial Park.
Center
Mr Fmmer came to Miami
Beach in 19:15 and landscaped
.omes of prominent residents.
kfter World War II. he became a
eveloper with operations in
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forSJ -.'-.in. she u
. ., v iik City lurvlvora
. Ronald <>< Miami
, | of North Miami Bearh.
I .ildJr .Cynthia.
^ I Mallasa; one
Miami Beach
held HVh 27 at
ljh'1 v.ith intermanl t Mt
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NEDENBEHG
a ...i Feb H A resident
[j. rmarlj tH 'he Bronx,
daughter*, Mlndy
L laiiai lale and Balma
I I Park. N.J., seven
-ix great k'"""'*
, Rogova nf New
^ arera h.-lil h'eb
:. ui intermanl at
|| I'.irk
ICreative Tribute
to Dr. Narot Set
Rabbi Bret! Goldstein will
l \ Sermon in Song." a
tribute to Dr. Joseph It
i luring the Sabbath Eve
1. mpl.' Israel of
< Miami, 137 NE 19th St..
| it K p.m.
Vocalist Sara Hammond and
Margarita Montero will
>m Rabbi Goldstein in a special
I il three |)ignant
I Bible, reweaving
I' Ruth, Song <>f Songs
h whuh the rabbi
|v inner in which
luring thasi
NEWMAN
ROM s.', Pun Baach Hardens, died
Fa* 2 Surviving an- two daughters
Sylvia Adamson ami June KoaenberK '
two BfWthan Abraham Purhkoff and
Theodore Puchkoff. three ({rand
ihildren. Douglas. Lisa and Nina; and
low freal Krand< hlldren l><>uffla.
Rachael Matthew and Brtna Shewaaa
in.-ml.it ol H.idassah. American Jewish
Uongreaa .i rounder of Temple Heth
Sholom. board member and fuunder
and ear} active in Mt Blnal Hospital
varj active in the Jewish Federation
acUve supporter for Israel Bonds
member of the Jewish National Kund
H uiieral services were held March 2 at
the Riveretde with intermenl In Mt
Nebo Cemetery
7S.
1
Keb
Keb
21
23
HORW 1 t/.. H
Menorah Mt N
UOL.OSMITH, llyman.
Riverside Mt Nebo
STRANSKY, Kstelle. Feb 23 Gordon
Mi Nebo
i Ji 'I.I It Anne. 71. Keb X RIveratdM
Ml Nebo *
SIC RUT A H.iiin.iii lean :-i Fob 27
Rlt,! side Mt N,-i,
\hk.\ms Esther M Fed II Levitt
Weinatein Ml Nebo
i;k|'.Si in \ |i lot M Feb
Ml \.i...
ROTHKNBRRU I
Riverside Ml Nebo
71 Rh
II h
HO RSI k Abraham 81 i.ouis
I -I k.
GOLDBERG, Frances Miami Beach
Feb I Ml Slnal
GOTHKU H Mian Bead R ihm
i;ri issm \n '' Miami
M
K HI NICK Charles H
MKI.1.1 rs Bessli IS Nort '' ami
H
l\- \N A
Tnpf to Speak to Emanu-El Club
li nt ol the
: ipter "i
* a il '. > ill
il the
Men Club
manu-EI,
this Sunday,
10 a m
wh i| the
imber ol
sultanl ii li Industries,
will speak on the accomplish
ments of the T hnion-Israel
Institute ol fechnologj
Yiddish Culture Winkle to Meet
Hie Yiddish Culture Winkle Yetta Chm,.i dl r.vit.. sove
,m r,eUm POama. Miriam (.mgold will
1
Mil present a program on
Thursdaj March 18, at It);30
pIcNerTamid.
A lecture will be held by I,eon
I m tin- topic. "Jews in the
Arab Countries." Cantor Moshe
Irrvuil.T will render a cycle of
Hebrew, Yiddish and liturgical
If1"-.^ ,md will accompany
| the guitar.
Morton Towers
Hadassah
lawah Morton Towers
Miapter *'" meet on Monday.
arch 1(J fll u.30 am ^ the
WHtonum of American Savings
foliation, Lincoln and
won Roads, Miami Beach. A
I entitUd 'As Always.
P*-i.iHh-- will he shown.
B'naiB'r.th Women
Jnwjn B'nal Brith Women
"old a regular meeting Wed
March 12. at 11:30 a.m.
"Ml Lincoln Road club
Elais Clamage will review
I 1 Woman of Sub-
poems,
chairperson.
ral
be
Services for Morris Schwartz
"Jan 74. a Miami Beach
plumbing contractor, who was
active in the Cystic Fibrosis
Chanty Foundation, were held
Peb 28 at the Riverside Alton
Koad Chapel. He died Feb. 27.
Mr. Schwartzman was a
leading local fundraiser for the
foundation and was foundation
chairman for the George Ger-
shwin Knights of Pythias Lodge
No. 196. He also was a member of
the Elks.
He was one of the founding
fathers of Temple Beth Raphael
and an original member of the
Miami Beach Men's Club.
Surviving are his sons Marvin
and Morton and five grand-
children.
Interment was in Mt. Nebo
( emetery.
SCHLUSSEL
Edward 1 II Miami Baach. Formerly
Ol New York He is survived by his two
listers Rose Kaplan and Sylvia Epstein
and bmther Morton Schlussel. all of
New York, and one niece Selma Turet-
sky and nephew Lawrence Kaplan He
> .i member ol the Congregation at
the Hebrew Academy Donations should
go to the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eraUon < tomblned leu Ian Appeal for the
Israel Emergent y Fund Services erv
held Mondai .ii the Riverside with in
lermental Ml Slna! Cemetery
1BRAMS Ksther. hh. North Miami
Beach Feb II l..uit Weinstein Ml
Nebo
VNDELMAN Abraham. Margate
DEMAR Anne I.. 7S North Miami
Beach Feb -* Riwrslde
nut IV. Hilda, Miami Beach, Lakeside
K \H\ Sam 83 MlamlBeai h
KCRSHNIR. Valerie :i Miami Beach
i-'.-ii M i iordon Star ol 1 '.i\ it
N tSHER. Saul w 1. I'ompano Reach
Feb 27 Riverside
OXFELD Pave. Hollywood. Feb 26
PASTEL Ray, 71. North Miami Beach.
hvt> jr i.cvitt Weinstein
KUTHENBERO, Uoyd Miami Reach
Riverside Ml Nebo
S1LVERMAN Isadore Bernard North
Miami Reach. Feb M Lakeside
UKESSMAN Lillian To Hollywood
Feb -*7 Riverside Ml Slnal
lANN Herbi Hallandale
Riv :
Nathan -- Boynton
Ueai h
FLEISHMAN lennie ffl Miami Reach.
I- eb -'? iordon star ol I *\ Id
LSI >N \ i. lor I 54, Miami Feb 1'7
I'.n .
lilBER [>r Max I S3 Hollywood Feb
A
liREENBERI! Mortimer J "> Miami
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IS1.ASER I'r D SB
Mar< h i Menorah
k \n ,. 'i Miami Beai h March
i Ru .1 side Mt Nebo
PEREI M \N LOU 7^ Miami Reach.
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away from home.
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Mrs. Solo very, Civic Worker, Dies
Funeral services were planned
in Louisville, Ky for Adelaine
Solovey, 75, a Dade County
resident for 45 years, who was
active in the Miami Heart
Institute Auxiliary and other
community service.
She died Feb. 28 in North
Miami General Hospital.
A resident of Bay Harbor
Islands, Mrs. Solovey moved to
Miami Beach from Louisville in'
the mid-1930s and with her
husband, Sam, dedicated her life
to volunteer community work.
She served the Miami Heart
Institute Auxiliary for 17 years.
She was a member of Temple
Israel of Miami.
Surviving are her son David of
Potomac, Md.; and three grand-
children, Jon, Stacey and Sam.
Lloyd Rothenberg Dies at 47
Funeral services for Lloyd
Rothenberg, 47, founder and
board chairman of Automated
Medical Laboratories in Miami,
were held Feb. 29 at the Riverside
Alton Road Chapel.
A native of New York, Mr.
Rothenberg died Feb. 27 in the
National Orthopedic Hospital in
on a
Arlington. Va. He was
business trip at the time.
Surviving are his wife Sheila;
Isons Michael and Stephen;
daughter Julie; sister. Ruth
Chelso and mother Tillie.
He was a member of the Elks,
100 Men's Club and Temple
Menorah of Miami Beach.
Services Held for Dr. Werblow
Funeral services were held Feb.
29 for Dr. S. Charles Werblow.
"3. the first chief of internal
medicine at Mount Sinai Medical
Center, who died Feb. 26 at his
Miami Beach home.
Dr. Werblow had practiced in
the Miami area for 43 years.
IK' was a graduate of William
and Mary Medical College in
Richmond. Va.. and served with
HOROWITZ
Mi- Gertrude >! Miami, died March l
She was a resident here tor 30 years
formerly of New York She was the
mother of Alan Howard of Miami and
Mil Sylvia BMwelsi of Toronto,
grandmother of three, and great-grand-
mother of one Mrs Horowitz was a
member of the Karband I.abor Zionists
Pioneer Women and the Jewish Com
munity Center of Miami Beach Ser
Vlcei were held Tuesday at Rubin
Memorial (.'hapel with interment at Mt
Slnal Cemetery
AGREE. Hannah Rubin l-akeslde
BACHRACH, Harry. 83. Hollywood.
Mai. h I Riverside
DIAMOND, Henry, 78. Hollywood
March 2 Levltt-welnatetn Mt Slnal
PRE 1ST AT. Mrs I.illian. Miami Beach.
Man h 3 Rubin
GOODKIN Tlllle A Hallandale, Feb
HABER Helen 71 North Miami Reach.
Ki\ erelde
i m-i.inskv. Emanuel Rubin Mt
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March 2 Riversidi-
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Dr. Werblow was a former
director of City National Bank of
Miami Beach and a member of
the Miami and West view country
clubs.
He is survived by his wife,
Marcella; daughter, Lynne
Baron; son. Richard; brother.
Alfred: and four grandchildren
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Number 6
Supplement to the Jewish Floridian. March 7. 1980


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CONTENTS
First Rabbinical
Conference Meets Page 3
New Grants Program
To Enrich S. Florida
Jewish Life Page 4
Peril Grows For
Ethiopia's Jews Page 5
Campaign Highlights Page 6
South Dade: Planning
For The Future Page 8
The Jewish Day School
Teacher: Linking
Past and Future Page 9
Jewish Special Education
Reaching Hearts and Minds
Page 10
A Rabbi's Art: From His
City and His Soul Page 12
March
Community Calendar Page 14
JCC Yiddish Folk Fair Page 16
Furniture Urgently Needed
Soviet Jewish emigres are arriving in Miami with little or
no furnishings for their new apartments. You can help by
contributing your discarded furniture, baby furnitun
household goods to the Greater Miami Jeu
federation's Russian Resettlement Program. The Doug
Gardens Thrift Shop, in cooperation with Federation
accepting contributions, which arc tax deductible. Th*
Thrift Shop will pick-up. store and deliver the furnishings -. ,'."- /<-
For further information or to contribute furrujure. call th, ) ^ '
Russian Resettlement Program office. 672-277:1 ft
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FEDERATION
Vol. 1 No. 6
March 1980
Published 10 times annually by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone (305) 576-4000
President
L Jules Arkin
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations Committee
Eli Timoner


LEADERSHIP
Over 200 rabbis, officers, and leader-
ship from 31 Orthodox. Conservative
ami Reform synagogues in Greater
Miami gathered on February 13 for a
first of its kind conference, co-sponsored
bv the Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, where they discussed their
it ions' role in helping this com-
munii meet a 25 percent increase in the
paign goal for the 1980 Combined
ji wish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
The campaign, which stood at
S8.( 17.105 as of February 20. reflects an
inert. > ol 25 percent over the amount
ame people gave to the 1979 cam-
paign The campaign is $1.1 million
id compared to the same date a year
ago.
The conference, which met to identify
local, national, and overseas needs of the
Jewish community and to decide on a
suitable course of action for the coming
year for the area's synagogues, coincided
with the Rabbinical Association's
designation of February 15-16 as CJA-
IEF Sabbath.
Herschel W. Blumberg, national cam-
paign chairman designated of the United
Jewish Appeal for 1981 was the keynote
speaker at the event, which presented
participants with an overview of both
local and overseas needs facing the
Jewish people.
Blumberg, a resident of Washington,
D.C., is a founding member of the UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet. He served on
the UJA Executive Committee and on
the UJA National Campaign Cabinet,
and was appointed a national vice chair-
man in 1977. He also serves on the Board
of Trustees of the United Israel Appeal.
Blumberg pinpointed the critical
problems lacing Israel including the
estimated $10 billion cost of implemen-
ting a peace treaty with Egypt, main-
taining defense capabilities, and meeting
the social welfare needs of 300,000 un-
derprivileged Jews, most of North
African and Middle Eastern origin who
still have failed to be absorbed into the
mainstream of modern society after 30
years in the country.
L. Jules Arkin, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, ad-
dressed the gathering about the local
challenges confronting the Greater
Miami Jewish community in the 1980s.
He reiterated the list of critical unmet
needs facing the Greater Miami Jewish
community including expanded day care,
social service programs for the elderly,
new and modernized educational and
recreational opportunities for the com-
munity's youth, a more relevant com-
munal response to the needs of the single
parent family, and expansion of our
outreach programs for the mentally,
physically, and emotionally disabled.
The Rabbinical Association co-
sponsored this conference in an effort to
combine the talents and resources of the
synagogues and Federation to help solve
the pressing problems facing the Jewish
people in the coming decade." said Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. president of the
Rabbinical Association and spiritual
leader of Temple Menorah, Miami Beach.
"This has been an important step in
cultivating the relationship between
synagogues and Federation, We are
committed to meeting the same needs tc
help make this Jewish community ar
example for others."
Samuel I. Adler. GMJF General Cam
paign Chairman, described the conferen
ce as a "landmark occasion in the
relationship between synagogues anc
Federation, uniting the Jewish com
munity for the betterment of Jews,
everywhere."
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu-El. Miami Beach delivered open-
ing remarks along with Rabbi Abramo-
witz.
A D'var Torah on the historic
gathering was delivered by Rabbi Joseph
Narot of Temple Israel, Miami.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard of Temple
Beth Am addressed the plenum when it
reconvened for its final session.
Others who participated in the
evening's program were Rabbi Ralph
Kingsley of Temple Sinai of North Dade,
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David Congre-
gation, Rabbi Lewis Bogage of the
Southeast office of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, Rabbi
David Saltzman of the United
Synagogue of America, Rabbi Simcha
Freedman of Temple Adath Yeshurun ol
N. Miami Beach, Rabbi Norman Shapirc
of Temple Zion in South Dade, Rabb
Jacob Nislick, Rabbi Michael Eisenstal
of Temple Judea of Coral Gables, Rabb
Louis Lederman of Beth Moshe Congre
gation of North Miami, and Rabbi Edwii
Farber of Temple Samu-El of Soutl
Dade.
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EW GRANTS PROGRAM
TO ENRICH S FLA.
JEWISH LIFE

loan
Several months ago, Miriam Zatinsky,
Coordinator of Older Adult Services for
the Jewish Community Centers of South
Florida, envisioned a series of story-
telling workshops, led by senior adults at
each center to preserve the folk tales of
their richly diverse cultural heritage for
young and old alike.
Miriam's enthusiasm for this project
was tempered only by a lack of funds.
But, with the help of Fay Klein. Grants
Consultant for the Comprehensive
Community Planning Council of South
Florida, this program and several others
could soon become a reality.
The four South Florida Jewish
Federations which comprise the Council
Greater Miami, South Broward. Fort
Lauderdale and Palm Beach have
joined together in a consortium effort to
implement a two-year demonstration
project. The project's intent is to find
governmental and private foundation
monies for social service programs in all
four communities.
"To our knowledge, this is the first
time in the United States that a program
of this type involving several federations
has been attempted,'' according to
Morton Silberman, a past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Chairman of the Comprehensive
Communitv Planning Council of South
Florida.
"The geographical proximity of the
four communities as well as the
similarity of their program needs make
this a very feasible undertaking.''
Silberman added. "Part of our basic
philosophy in the program is that the
four federations will work together in
seeking funding. Where there are com-
mon needs, we will cooperate to develop a
program that will be regional in nature.''
"Grants proposal writing is like a puz-
zle," says Ms. Klein. "Funding agencies
have dollars available for a particular
program, and our agencies have needs.
We try to match the dollars available
with the needs of the community."
The Federal Register is the publication
that informs the grants proposal writer
about the monies that are obtainable.
Each funding agency issues a "Request
for Proposal'' (RFP) when dollars are
allocated for special areas of funding.
The grants consultant requests the grant
application package from Washington,
B.C.. then works together with the ap-
propriate agency or agencies in the
design and program planning of the
project.
The competition is quite keen. and.
naturallv. not every proposal developed
is funded. According to Ms. Klein, the
possibility of funding is maximized if a
quality proposal is structured, clearly
defining the intent of the project, its
target population and its expected
result.
A case in point is a grant pending with
the National Endowment for the
Humanities which will enable young
members of the Fort Lauderdale and
Palm Beach Jewish Community Centers
to research and develop histories of their
communities.
"As conceived, this one-year project
for high schoolers will culminate in a
festival featuring photographic and oral
presentations of their research findings,
as well as displays of period dress, ethnic
foods and the like." according to Martin
Goldberg, executive director of the Palm
Beach JCC, who structured the program
with Ms. Klein. "This innovative cultural
identity program will enable our young
people to strengthen their sense of
Jewish identity at a time in their lives
when they are normally most vulnerable
to assimilation,'' he added.
William Goldstein, executive director
of the Fort Lauderdale JCC, remarked
that one of the most important aspects of
the program is that the youth of these
areas will obtain oral histories from
elderly in each community. "This will
maximize the intergenerational ex-
perience lacking in areas where senior
adults are isolated in their own com-
munities without day-to-day contact
with the youthful element of their neigh-
borhoods. This, in turn, leaves young
people without firsthand experience of
relating to the elderly. Hopefully, both
will learn from each other in this shared
experience," he said.
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The Central Agency for Jewish
Education has also applied for a grant
funded by the National Endowment for
the Humanities to bring outreach
library services to senior citizens in our
Jewish and Latin communities.
This cultural exchange program in the
humanities will not only bring senior
adults to the library, but will ultimately
bring thp library into their homes
through a series of bi-cultural lectures,
musical programs and discussions of
holiday traditions.
Shirley Wolfe, director of the
Educational Resource Center for the
Central Agency said, "if this project is
funded, it will enable large and diverse
groups, living in one area, to better un-
derstand and accept each others
ethnicity. And. quite frankly. I feel the
mental "stimulation these programs will
offer our elderly will be almost as
meaningful as the programs them-
selves.''
A regional educational program that
would encompass the tri-county areas of
Palm Beaches. Broward and Dade is
currently in the early stages of develop-
ment by Rabbi Menachem Raab, Day
School director of the Central Agency.
This program would receive its funding
from the Department of Health.
Education and Welfare. It involves the
development of a curriculum to
familiariz* students in public, private
and Hebrew day schools with the rich
legacy and contributions of the JewisB
people in the fields of politics, organized
labor, the arts and science and medicine.
Workng with Connie Winters, cultural
director of Jewish Community ("enters of
South Florida, a program has alreadv
been funded with Ms. Klein's help which
will bring noted writers, artists and
guest lecturers to the Centers for special
programming during the coming year.
"I'm confident that we will have a sue
cessful year in terms of campaign ac-
complishments," Silberman said.
development of this grants program is
yet another resource that will strive to
meet the emerging needs that exist in
our communities."


L- <
FOR ETHIOPIA'S JEWS
Without immediate and drastic
measures by world Jewry, another
Jewish community may disappear in the
20th century this time because they
are Black and Jewish.
According to Rachamim Alazar. 25,
disease, poverty, murder, slavery and
conversion has reduced the ranks of the
Kalashas the Jews of Ethiopia from
250,000 a century ago to about 25.000
today.
Alazar is one of 322 Falashas living in
Israel, is active in that country's
Association of Ethiopian Jews, and has
been instrumental in presenting the case
for his brethren to Israel's leadership.
Alazar spoke to a group of leaders at a
meeting of the Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and to the Federation's
Hoard of Directors as part of a 30-day
visit across the United States, sponsored
by the American Sephardi Federation in
cooperation with the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory Council
on behalf of the American Association
for Ethiopian Jews.
The deteriorating conditions of the
Falashas have been intensified in recent
years by war, revolution and unstable
economic conditions which have added
hunger and starvation to the lengthy list
of hardships this remnant people now
faces .
At the age of 18, Alazar set out on his
own for Israel, leaving behind a com-
munity some claim to have been in
Ethiopia since the time of the First Tem-
ple. At present, the Falasha community
lives in dire poverty in 490 isolated
villages in Northwestern Ethiopia, ear-
ning less than $60 per capita annually.
Without hospitals or physicians, they
have a life expectancy of less than 36
years.
Only 21 schools are available to them;
one of these goes as far as the eighth
grade. Intense conversion efforts by
missionaries and other pressures for
assimilation are constant problems in
maintaining the school network.
Current fighting in Ethiopia which
began with the deposition of Emperor
Haile Selaissie in 1974 has caught the
Falashas in the middle of fighting bet-
ween the Communist government and
the more conservative landowning
rebels.
Alazar estimates that the civil war has
dispossessed 7,000 Falashas from their
rented lands, while another 2.000 are in
refugee camps outside of Ethiopia. Some
2.000 are living in famine areas within
Ethiopia and another 2.000 have been
killed or wounded in the fighting, he said.
Current conditions make mass
emigration from Ethiopia all but im-
possible due to sporadic fighting and
malnutrition among the Falasha
population.
He noted that in 1972 Israel's Chief
Rabbis reaffirmed the Falasha s status
as authentic Jews, allowing them to
emigrate under the Law of Return, which
grants automatic citizenship to any Jew
requesting it upon entry to Israel.
Alazar said that he found the question
of the authenticity of the Falashas'
Jewishness difficult to believe, in light of
the fact that the 2.000 year old Falasha
religious customs are much stricter than
the religious observances allowed by
modern Talmudic interpretation of the
Torah.
Ruchamin Alazar
Since his arrival in Israel in 1972.
Alazar has completed high school, served
in the Israel Defense Forces and is
scheduled to graduate this year with a
bachelors degree in Middle Eastern
History and African Affairs from Tel
Aviv University.
Alazar called upon members of the
community to communicate with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and other
Israeli officials, urging them to redouble
their efforts on behalf of their Jewish
brethren. In addition, he urged that let-
ters be written to President Carter
(White House, Washington, D.C.); as
well as to U.S. Senators Richard Stone
and Lawton Chiles (Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C.);
Congressman William Lehman, Dante
Fascell and Claude Pepper (House Office
Building, Washington, D.C.).
For further information about the
Falashas, guest speakers or slide presen-
tations, contact the Community
Relations office of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, 576-4000.
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Harry li Smith (right), a past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and a
president >/ the Council of ./,
Federations, was the special guest
recently at Seacoast Tower* South for their
annual meeting on behalf of tht !
1980 Comgined Jewish Appeal-]
Emergency Fund Campaign Joining Mr
Smith are Edwin Schweig Heft i presenting
an award for outstanding commui
leadership to Hetty and Samuel On r, and
Sylt ia (ierson 'second from right), CO-
chairman of SeoCOOSt Towers South's
1'edcratton Committee.
Polly de Hirsch Meyer lleft) received a plaque for "Outstanding and Dis-
tinguished Seniee in Community Leadership" from Anita Robbins. Assistant
High Rise Chairman for Miami Beach's "Fabulous Fifties," at the recent
Carriage House brunch heldon behalf of the CJA-IFF campaign.
The Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity sponsored a dinner and phona-thon m
January to benefit the 1980 CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (from left) at 'heP^on'
a-thon, which reached over 125 dentists in Greater Miami, are I>r I'aulRw
man of the Board of Directors of the fraternity. Dr. Edmund Pamts, .4'P
Omega Federation chairman, and Dr. Arthur Sitrin. president Chapter of Alpha Omega.
The residents of King Cole gathered recently for their annual meeting on behalf
of the 1980 CJA-IEF campaign. Pictured with guest speaker Maxine Schwartz
(third from right), vice president of Community Education. GM./F Women's
Division and Board Member of the Central Agency for Jewish Education, are
(from left) Terry Foti. Kitty St Peter, Tommie Wolf, Ruth Rosenberg and Mae
Rosenfeld.
CJA-IEF leadership at t.ton Hall paused briefly during their recent M**
Meeting for building residents on behalf of Federation* I960 campaign. Pictured from left are Katherine turner, general chairman andr
chairpersons. Luba Lecher and Mr and Mrs Morris AbramowiU.


Congressman Claude Pepper (second from
U honored recently at the Lancelot
Hall Annual Meeting on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's (GMJF)
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Guest speaker
for the ei ent was Maxine Schwartz (right),
vice president of Community Education,
CALIF Women's Diiision, and Board
member of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education. Also on hand for the meeting was
Edwin J Sabath (left), Lancelot Hall CJA-
IEF chairman; and Stanley G. Tate (second
from right). Bay Harbor Islands CJAIEF
chairman and former Mayor of Bay Harbor
Islands
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-/aint Bloom (second from left), former Florida State Bepresentative and
ruis" community leader, was the special guest speaker recently when
vsidents of Maison Grande gathered for their Annual Meeting on behalf of the
treater Miami Jewish Federations 1980 CJAIEF campaign. On hand for the
pent were Philip BeU (left), CJAIEF committee member; and Louis Fried-
man /second from right) and Sidney Bernbaum (right), CJAIEF co-chairmen.
Aventura CJA-IEF leadership recently held a cocktail party at Turnberry Isle
Country Club. The event was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Donald Soffer and Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Lebowitz. Pictured (from left) are Harry Rosen, Aventura
general chairman; Don Soffer, co-host; Leonard R. Strelitz, guest speaker;
Eugene Lebowitz, co-host; and Jack Bellock, leadership gifts chairman.
Jhe Israel Lodge of B'nai B'rith recently hosted the Moorings' 14th Annual
Meeting on behalf of the CJA-IEF campaign. Guest speaker for the event was
whbiSimcha Freedman (seated), spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun
Leadership on hand for the meeting were (from left) Hy Selig. Moorings
funpaign co-chairman; Jack Ziegelheim, president, Israel Lodge; Judah
*1gard, campaign chairman, and Israel Levy, campaign co-chairman.
Surfsidei'owers residents gathered recently for their Annual Luncheon on
behalf of the Federation's 1980 CJA-IEF campaign. On hand were (from left)
Michael Rechler, president of the building; Dr. Martin Sanders, CJA-IEF com-
mittee co-chairman; Sally Frank, arrangements committee chairperson;
Maurice Rothman, CJA-IEF committee co-chairman; and AJcr; Penney,
resident.


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A program of intense grassroots com-
munity organization will begin to bear
fruit on Sunday. April 20, when a
representative cross section of South
Dade Jewry will gather to lay the ground-
work for organized Jewish life in that
part of Greater Miami.
The conference, to be held at the newly
opened South Dade branch of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation at
12401 S.W. 102 Avenue, will bring
together representatives from area
synagogues, local and national Jewish
organizations, as well as individuals who
are concerned with improving the quality
of Jewish life in the area.
"Now is the time for anyone in South
Dade with an interest in providing a
quality Jewish communal life for them-
selves and their children to become in-
volved in the Federation process," said
L. Jules Arkin, GMJF president.
"This is one of the most exciting times
in all of the years I've lived in this area,"
said Fran Levey, conference chair-
woman. "Concerned and talented people
from all over South Dade are working
together on this ground floor effort to
build a new community."
The goals of the April 20 conference
are multifold, said Mikki Futernick,
chairman of the program subcommittee
for the event. "Ultimately," she said,
"we are striving to establish a
heightened sense of Jewish community
and identity in South Dade to create
an atmosphere where Jews feel a link be-
tween themselves and Jews throughout
Dade County, in Israel, the Soviet Union
and around the world."
"What we are trying to do on April
20." she said, "is to create the structure
and climate to meet these goals."
The conference. Levey said, is a com-
mitment to an evolving program; a first
step in developing the local leadership
and structure best able to act on what
the community determines to be its
priorities.
"What is exciting about this conferen-
ce." she said, "is that it affords people
who have never before been involved in
either the Federation process or other
organized Jewish communal groups the
opportunity to voice their concerns and
priorities about their community.
The conference planning committee is
seeking to involve the broadest spectrum
possible of South Dade Jewry through
the work of the Attendance Subcommit-
tee, chaired by Jeff Berkowit/. and the
Public Relations Subcommittee, chaired
by Glenn Lapides.
"This conference is a rare opportunity
for thinking people in the South Dade
Jewish community to come together
and express the kind of Jewish com-
munity they want in the future and to be
instrumental in developing the format
and structure to build that community,
Levey said.
For further information, contact the
South Dade Federation office at 251
9334.


HE JEWISH
DAY SCHOOL TEACHER:
LINKING PAST AHD FUTURI
Education is the only thread which
In tie the new generation to the old and
ep us going as a people.
To tell you the truth, I don't believe
goal of a Jewish education today
A be only to make a child religious.
Jveryone in this community has a role to
ay in keeping our people alive. A strong
ivish conciousness is the key."
Look at the man who speaks these
fords, and you might be surprised.
eplv observant and Orthodox in prac-
ve. Rabbi Yossi Heber makes no
fmands for similar fervor among the
jtudents he teaches at the Hebrew
tcademy's Merwitzer High School, a
[lember of GMJF's family of agencies.
His view and behavior toward those he
paches sums up a key difference bet-
een the conception of the Jewish
irochial school of the past and the
pality of Jewish education in the 1980s.
Brought up in a deeply observant en-
ironment in Toronto and ordained a
gbbi at the Talmudic University of
londa. Heber'a attitudes reflect not
.ilv the fundamentalist tradition of Or-
hodox Judaism, but the keen awareness
the heterogeneous society we live in
id the challenges our youth face from
limitation.
Parents and children no longer have
J fear the Jewish day school as a place
rhere Judaism is taught by acceptance
1 dogma without question,'* Heber said.
"The day school of today offers every
lild. whether he comes from a religious
ackground or not the chance to explore
is .Judaism and come to his own terms
nth his tradition."
He pointed out that not every child
nrolled in a Jewish day school today
:>mes from a deeply observant or Or-
thodox home.
"Schools today are tailored to meet the
>eds of the individual student," Heber
Jded. pointing to the Hebrew
Academy's dual track system of inten-
sified interpretive Torah study for the
children of Orthodox families and
broader, thematic concepts which stress
identity building and understanding
cultural roots for the children of more
liberal homes.
Education is different for each in-
dividual child, Heber said. "Our Jewish
day schools must be flexible enough to be
able to provide a Jewish education for
every Jewish child." he said, adding that
the Hebrew Academy does not limit its
student body to Orthodox students and
maintains an "open admission" policy
for any child interested in learning in the
environment of the Jewish day school.
Although the school day at the Hebrew
Academy is structured around
traditional Orthodox standards, general
academic classes are conducted without
separation of the sexes, and the school
places no demands regarding religious
observance outside of the confines of the
Academy.
The maturing of the Jewish Day
School movement. Heber said, has
allowed it to extend itself to the needs of
physically, emotionally and mentally
disabled youth in the community who 10
and 20 years ago would have been ex-
cluded from Jewish parochial education.
Heber attributes this opening to the
community to a realization by a new
generation of day school teachers that
the impact of the 1960s and early 1970s
has not been lost of the attitudes of
today's school children.
"Children today accept nothing
without explanation to their satisfac-
tion," he said. "If we want our children
to accept the richness of the Jewish
tradition and religion, we have to be
armed with the answers to questions
children never dared to ask a generation
ago."
"Just as we've accepted that our
children are thinking individuals with
Vi^aW^ ^".i'.;.-U'lil
their own information, values and
strengths, we've come to realize that
they will be forever lost to us if we are
not prepared with concrete answers to
what we often accepted on faith.
Heber sets lofty goals for himself and
his work, which are often frustrated by
the fact that kids are still kids,
sometimes unwilling to grant the pa-
tience to absorb the spiritual riches he is
so eager to share.
"I'm not looking only for the minds,"
he said. "I'm also aiming at the hearts.
"I know I'm making progress when I
see a child, especially one from a non-
observant home, becoming involved in
Judaism either on a religious or
emotional level." Whether their in-
volvement is religious, cultural or
emotional, I really don't care. I am
looking for continuity from one
generation to the next."
These children, he noted, often find
themselves in the foreign environment of
the Hebrew Academy after their parents
lose confidence in the ability of the public
school system to adequately educate
their offspring.
What the Jewish day school movement
offers today, Heber said, is the oppor-
tunity for any child to explore his
cultural or religious heritage in his own
way and in the context of the modern,
secular society around him.
"I would like to see the curriculum
broadened enough so that Jewish
children can feel comfortable about their
background and heritage in mixed com-
pany, and be able to speak intelligently
not only about their own faith, but about
the faiths of others in this society."
To that end, he would not object to
some exposure of comparative religion in
the day school movement, although, he
pointed out, the exact format would have
to be carefully evolved to the satisfaction
of all parents in the school.
"What we have to realize," Heber said,
"is the diverse makeup of our community
today. Our schools are for everybody.
They are the key to our future."


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SPECIAL EDUCATION
REACHING HEARTS
10
In the past they were the forgotten
people hidden away from society,
deprived of their basic human rights, of-
ten ignored by their families. They lived
a little understood existence. They still
live in today's world. They are from
varying backgrounds some are Jews,
some are Black they are all faiths and
all races. They are the mentally retar-
ded.
Today, philanthropic organizations
and institutions care for them and teach
them to cope with daily life. However,
these people, like others in our com-
munity, still require and have a right to
spiritual guidance and comfort. In the
Jewish tradition of tzedakah, they are
not forgotten by their people.
Since 1966, the Community Chaplain-
cy Service of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has provided monthly
religious services and Jewish education
for the Jewish residents of Sunland Cen-
ter at Miami, a residence for the mentally
retarded, operated under the aegis of the
Department of Retardation of the
Florida Health and Rehabilitative Ser-
vices.
Out of Sunland's total resident
population of 540. approximately 40 are
Jewish. Their ages vary, but most are
adults over age 25. To help them main-
tain some Jewish identity. Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. director of Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service, meets
with a small group of the Jews at the
Center's chapel once a month. "Not all of
them have the same level of comprehen-
sion and ability, therefore, only about 15
are capable of attending the service and
benefitting from it," Rabbi Schiff ex-
plains.
"Actually, it's more of a discussion
session than a religious service." he said
"I try to explain the meaning of
whatever holiday there is that month
and I try to get them involved in the
discussion by asking them questions."
But usually that's a difficult task. An
observer will notice that the group is
easily distracted often their facial ex-
pressions are blank or they look around
the room some even doze off. Never-
theless, with patience and understan-
ding, Rabbi Schiff continues the
session, his determination never waning.
The service usually lasts an hour but
can be shorter, depending on the mood of
the group. Rabbi Schiff points out. "In
addition to discussion, we always sing
songs and then conclude with some dan-
cing." It is apparent from the smiles and
laughter among the group as they sing
and dance that this is their favorite part
of the service. During his visit in
February, the Rabbi's topic was Tu
B'shevat, Jewish arbor day, as it relates
to brotherhood, coinciding with the ob-
servance of National Brotherhood Month.
As he explained the meaning of
brotherhood love and caring for other
people his words sparked a tender un-
derstanding for two members of the
group. A smile bursting onto his face, a
young man named John reached out to
take the hand of his friend Robin. Those
moments of response and learning are
the most satisfying experience for the
rabbi when he's with this group. The
rewards are great when they come.
A rewarding experience for the rabbi
and for these retarded adults comes
when a member of the group progresses
to a point where he or she can be barbat
mitzvah. A few years ago 10 members of
the group participated in a group bar bat
mitzvah. Their ages ranged from 13 to 40
and the service was lead by Rabbi Schiff.
"Each pupil had a passage to recite or a
specific part to play, each according to
his or her abilities it was very moving.
We are also very proud of a current
group member. Robin, who had a bat
mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El last year."
Although the group participants, who
are at a minimal level of retardation
now number approximately 15, there was
a time when as many as 40 Jewish
residents attended the service. Accor-
ding to Sunland Chaplain Arvel Neal
"The Center attempts to graduate
residents out of the institution and into
the community where they can become
viable members of society. It appears
that the diminishing size of the Jewish
group is a positive indicator that these
individuals are being assimilated into the
community."
"The kind of service the chaplaincy of-
fers these people is vitally important to
them and to me." Rabbi Schiff con-
tinued, "because it is both enriching and
rewarding to see the love and interest
you show in them so eagerly accepted
and returned."
In addition to the Community
Chaplaincy Service's program for tne
Jewish residents of Sunland. other low
Jewish organizations are reacmn^2"
Jews who are either mentally retarded
who have learning disabilities.
Tikvah, the mentally retarded program
of the United Synagogue of Amen*
Southeast Region, also serves Jews-
residents of Sunland Center. Servtag*
only Sunland's 40 Jewish residents, ou
also the Jewish retarded who live in


ibiS itk program participants
lmunity, Tikvah provides a social
[day program with singing, dancing
holiday foods. According to Estelle
lovitz, Tikvah director, the program
includes trips to synagogue services
fhe community. A Passover Seder is
ined for Tuesday, March 25 at
lland Center and is open to retarded
ibers of the community.
[he Central Agency for Jewish
ication (CAJE), a Federation agency.
year initiated a pilot program of
:ial education for Jewish children
learning disabilities. The program
funded with the aid of a two year
from the Foundation of Jewish
inthropies.
Recording to Dr. Deborah Lerer, direc-
lof special education for CAJE, the
|t program currently accommodates
children in 11 supplementary
)ls and one day school. "Most of the
ren have mild learning disabilities,"
-erer commented, "but without the
stance of this program, their learning
pilities would become more severe
would not be able to keep up with
[children in regular Jewish education
^es."
*e Jewish Community Centers of
th Florida (JCC) South Dade branch,
lelping mentally retarded Jewish
teenagers in its Buddy Club, which pairs
volunteer teens from area high schools
with retarded teenagers. "The club
meets every other Sunday at the JCC
and currently has seven retarded teens
registered," "explains Buddy Club coor-
dinator Eileen Lemberger. "They
socialize together, learn about Jewish
customs and holidays by making Jewish"
crafts, and participate in various outdoor
activities.
At the north end of the county, the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization spon-
sors a group called Haverim for retarded
young adults. According to Jack Nadel.
Haverim social director, it is primarily
geared toward social interaction in a
Jewish environment. In existence for
more than five years, the group currently
has six members who meet weekly at the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC. They often
take field trips to roller skate or play
miniature golf and frequently have
cooking classes in which they learn to
cook Jewish foods. The group spends the
first ten minutes of each week's session
on an educational period which includes
learning Hebrew words and the meaning
of Jewish holidays. Mr. Nadel also
teaches a Sunday School class at the
Sephardic Jewish Center for children
with learning disabilities or who are
mentally retarded and are between the
ages of 7 and 12.
The Association for Jewish Special
Education (AJSE), a non-profit
organization, also provides programs for
the mentally retarded including four
Jewish education classes a week at three
locations, serving more than 70 Jewish
retarded adults. Teachers for these
classes are certified in Special Education
and specialize in Judaism, according to
Vera Plotkin, AJSE coordinator. The
AJSE also sponsors holiday celebrations
such as the upcoming Passover Seder on
Sunday, April 6. which will be officiated
by Rabbi Schiff at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation building.
The AJSE also provides a social
program through its Jerusalem Club,
with 13 members ranging in age from 21
to 62. Members gather weekly at Temple
Or Olom to hear guest speakers, such as
doctors, dentists and government of-
ficials, as well as to take field trips.
Jerusalem Club coordinator Barbara
Raisen points out that "the group gets in-
volved in everything going to the
movies and bowling, sewing classes and
even CPR training."
In addition to teaching these Jews
about Judaism these programs help to
give them a feeling of belonging and self
worth and provide them with the human
dignity that has been the hallmark of the
Jewish people for four thousand years.
Information on any of the programs
mentioned above can be obtained by con-
tacting the sponsoring organizations and
agencies.


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RABBIS ART,
Many have shown optimism in the face
of adversity, but few translate that opti-
mism into works of art.
Zvi Raphaely, survivor of the Holo-
caust. member of the French Resistance,
immigrant to Palestine in 1945. and or-
dained rabbi in Jerusalem.the citv of his
dreams, has used his talents us a painter
to express his belief in the eternal nature
of the Jewish people.
"Despite all of the attempts I have
seen to destroy the Jewish people, the
spirit which emanates from Jerusalem
tells me that we will always be here,
Raphaely said.
Born in Egypt, he moved to France
with his family early in his childhood.
Although he survived the Holocaust.
others in his family did not. At the first
available opportunity following the end
of the war. he and his mother left France
for Palestine.
With him was the neo-impressionist
technique learned at the Paris Kcole des
Beaux Arts under the direction of Jean
Souverbie. What awaited in Jerusalem
were the ancient stones, mystical le-
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[gends, and intriguing streets and alleys
'which became the medium to express
Raphaely's feelings.
His paintings combine Raphaely's
deepest feelings, his unshakable faith,
and an awareness of the age-old quality
of one of the world's most ancient cities.
Above all, they reflect a harmony and
peace which belie the turbulent nature of
the 20th century and the Middle East.
As one of the first to break the wall
bet ween orthodox religious life and the
artistic. Raphaely finds no contradiction
between the two.
Torah," he said, "does not limit you.
Through it. you find all possibilities.
What it provides is a guide through tin
field of life away from the darkness and
toward the light; away from the bad
and toward the good.''
Raphaely's work, which has been
exhibited throughout Europe, North and
South America, will be on exhibit at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
S second floor gallery located at 4200
Biscayne Blvd.. Miami, until March 14.
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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Sunday, March 2
Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami
Annual Purim Carnival of Lehrman Day
School
Noon til dark
at 727 77th Street. Miami Beach
Temple Beth Am
Purim Carnival and Maccabiad Games
All Day Temple Grounds
Tuesday, March 4
Porte Forum
Guesl Speaker. Dr. June Dreyer 'Sino-Soviet
Relations'
1 p.m.
at Forte Towers Auditorium
1200 West We., Miami Beach
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
Purim Festival Habima Players
in "Survival" a musical narrative
8 p.m.
at Temple Menorah Social Hall
7 135 Carlyle Ave.. Miami Beach
Wednesday, March 5
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artists Series Great Performances
Series
IlTrovatore
8:30p.m.
at the Theatre of the Performing Arts
Thursday, March 6
Temple Beth Sholom
Talma Gallery of Tel Aviv
Group Israel Art Show
at Temple Beth Sholom Art Gallery
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Performances Music from Marlboro
8:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom
Friday, March 7
Brandeis University
Committee
New Books for Old Sale
9a.m.
at Sky Lake Mall
Miami Gardens Drive
Saturday, March 8
Toras Ernes Academy of Miami
Purim Party
8:30 p.m.
at the Home of Rabbi & Mrs. Zev Leff
For information call: 651-0711
National Women's
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artists Series
Mirella Freni. Soprano
8:30p.m.
at the Theatre of the Performing Arts
Sunday, March 9
Temple Kmanu-El
Men's Club Breakfast
Guest Speaker The Honorable -loel Arnon.
Consul General of Israel
ID a.m. Public ln\ ited
For res< rvation call 538-2503
Temple Israel Greenfield Lecture Series
Dr. Max \ Ticktin 'The Image of the Arab
in Israeli Literal ure"
10 a.m
at Temple Israel
Temple Beth Sholom Omnibus Series
Guest Speaker Howard M. Sachar
and the Middle East"
mi .id.im
at 'Temple Beth Sholom
srat
Monday, March 10
Zohara Hadassah IA ventura-Eastern Shores
Chapter)
Monthly Meeting and Purim Party
Israeli Folk Dance Presentation by Yosse
Yanich
Noon
at Amerifirst Bank 18301 Biscayne
Boulevard, North Miami Beach
Tuesday, March 11
Temple Israel Sisterhood
"Sounds of Books'*
10:30a.m.
at Temple Israel
Forte Forum
Guest Speaker: Harry Zam
Would Spinoza be Excommunicated
Today?'"
1 p.m.
at Forte Towers Auditorium
1200 West Ave.. Miami Beach
Wednesday, 12
12
Temple Emanu El Sisterhood 40th
Anniversary Luncheon
Honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman
Noon
at Temple Emanu El. Friedland Ballroom
For reservations call: 538-2503
Thursday, March 13
American Technion Society
Women's Division Miami Beach Chapel
White Elephant Sale
11 a.m.
at the Montmartre Hotel
America Israel Chamber of Conn
Luncheon Meeting
Guest Speaker: Nina \dmoni, Execto
Director of Israel Am. t, lumber
Commerce
10 p in
.it Federal ion building
Sunday, March 16
Temple Beth Am Bnx herl
I 10a in.
Temple Youth Lounge
Temple Israel Greenfield ; tureS
Guest Speaker: Dr. Steven T Katz-"Bui
And Haaaidism"
lOa.m
at Temple Israel
Michael Ann Russell JCC & Samuel Seta
Hillel Community Day School
The Swiss Family Robinson
Musical production by the National Than
Company
l 30 p.m.
at Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Dt
School
Auditorium
19000 NT. 26th Avenue. North Miami h\*k|
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Testimonial Dinner honoring Soplua
Nathan S. Gumenick
7 p.m.
at Wolfson Auditorium^
For reservations call: 573-5900
Temple Sinai of North Dad.
5th Annual Spring Music Festival
7:30 p.m.
at Temple Sinai
Temple Beth Am Congregational Br
fast _
Guest Speaker: Commissioner
Schreiher
The American Jew A Jewish r
s|Kt*tive"
9:30a.m.
at
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londay, March 17
Idol Chapter of Hadassah
j,!, Day Brunch
BO a.m.
Marco Polo Hotel
ii'sday, March 18
r. Forum
t I.iv Dermer
; lopmenta in the Middle East
Auditorium
Miami Beach
ledesday, March 19
.iple Beth Sholom
I Spring Luncheon
I call 538-7231
lie Kahaner Sisterhood Beth To rah
igregalion
ith Program
l.m.
feethTorah Congregation
iiirsday, March 20
nerican Israeli Lighthouse for the Blind
mie Goldstein Chapter
bcheon and Card Party
on
blic I in ited
[Washington Savings and Loan
\T. 167Street, North Miami Beach
[inplr Bel h Sholom
tat Vrtists Scries Great Performances
.ICC of South Florida
Ith Annual Yiddish Folk Fair
Noon-5:30p.m.
at Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
South Florida Council fo Pioneer Women
\nnual Honor Luncheon
Noon
at Omni Hotel Ballroom
Temple Beth \m
25th Anniversary Dinner-Dance
6 p m
at Intercom inental Motel
For information call: 667-558"
llillel Jewish Student Center
Film Screening: "The Fixer"
\, mple Sinai <>t North Dade
I p in
Monday, March 24
Morton Towers Hadassah
Eye Bank Luncheon
Noon
at Temple Kmanu-Kl Ballroom
Tuesday, March 25
Forte Forum
Guest Speaker: Dr. Clyde Wooten
"Emerging China on the World Scene'
1 p.m.
at Forte Tower Auditorium
1200 West \\e Miami Beach
Wednesday, March 26
Temple Kmanu-Kl
1980 Forum Series
Cuest Speaker: Mike Wallace of "60
Minutes"
8 p.m.
at Friedland Ballroom. Temple Emanu-El
Saturday, March 29
Temple Beth sholom
Great Artists Series Great Performances
Series
Michel Beroff, Pianist
B tOp in.
at Temple Beth Sholom
11 1 I I has, \\ e Miami Beach
Sunday, March 30
Temple Beth Sholom
Brotherhood Breakfast
For information call: 538-7231
Temple Israel Greenfield Lecture Series
Professor Eric M. Meyers
The Fnd of Biblical Prophecy"
10a.m.
at Temple Israel
ph Kalichstein, Pianist
p m.
ile Beth Sholom
UChasi \\e Miami Beach
riday, March 21
yahChapter Hadassah
uinal Family Creative Sabbath Service
Tempi, Bet Breira
Ma>> March 23
8>le Israel Greenfield Lecture Series
<>" Laura Geller "The Dilemma of
pral Judaism"
l.m.
femple Israel
ten's American ORT
Market
m
lyre s Shopping Center
h Street & NW 2nd Ave., Miami
We would like to include as many events as possible of community interest in
FEDERATION'S Community Calendar.
All organizations wanting to list an event in the Calendar must fill out the
coupon below or submit a separate news release to FEDERATION. Events, which
are listed up to one month in advance, cannot be of limited interest, should be
relevant to the general public, and should not be restricted in their attendance.
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Urging Greater Miami Jewry to "help us sustain our Jewish pur-
pose, as we look forward to a new tomorrow waiting to be born,"
the Honorable Abba S. Eban challenged a record number of
Westview Country Club members to demonstrate their unprece-
dented support of the people of Israel with their personal and
financial commitments. The occasion of Mr. Eban's address was
the Club's annual fund-raising dinner which was held Sunday,
February 17, on behalf of the 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. Richard S Wolfson, en
man of the Westview Country Club campaign, reported thalM
evening was highlighted by a record $1,800.000 pledged by of
400 people compared with the $1,300,000 these same mdindu
contributed in 1979. Shown (left to right) are Richard S. Mo/fi
L. Jules Arkin, GMJF president; Abba Eban. and Rid
Waxenberg, president of the Westview Country' Club.
JCC
Yiddish
Folk
Fair
The Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida is presenting its
Fourth Annual Yiddish Folk Fair
on Sunday, March 23, 1980 from
noon to 5:30 p.m. on the grounds of
the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center, 18900 N.E.
25th Avenue, North Miami Beach.
The Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida is a member of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's family of agencies.
The agency is seeking artisans
to demonstrate and exhibit
calligraphy, toy making, shofar
carving, candle making, and wig
making. They are also interested
in locating bakers, tallis makers,
furriers, silversmiths, bookbinders
and milliners.
For display purposes, the JCC
needs to borrow memorabilia such
as old passports, health cer-
tificates, postcards, pictures, old
Jewish newspapers, first papers
and other documents or antique
items which have historical
significance.
The Yiddish Folk Festival and
Folk Life Fair is funded by a grant
from the Fine Arts Council of
Florida, Division of Cultural Af-
fairs. Department of State and is
open to the public.
Those interested in sharing their
traditional skills should contact
Miriam Zatinsky. 932-4200.


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