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

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The
ewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
l
Number 11
Two Sections
Miami, Florida Friday, March 14. 1980
By Mm 40 Cents
Price 3S ( ents
It Was No Foul-Up': It Was Real Carter Policy
By VICTOR BIENSTOCK
Not long into his term of
lice. President John F.
inmxlv was pained and
jbarrassed by a bureau-
[tic action that indicated
L-Israel, anti-Jewish
[sal a middle level of the
ate Department. The
angry President seized the
telephone and for some
minutes heatedly but ex-
plicitly told off the offen-
der's superior. When he
hung up, he turned to the
White House counsel and
growled in exasperation: "I
guess we'll have to appoint
an ambassador of our own
to the State Department.
Perhaps President Carter
ought to consider that possibility
to avoid in future "failure of com-
munications" to which he at-
tributed the instructions to
Ambassador McHenry at the
United Nations to vote for a reso-
lution accepting the entire Arab
position on the West Bank, Gaza
and East Jerusalem and rejecting
the right of Jews even to live in
these areas.
IN VOTING for this
resolution, the United States
abandoned its Camp David
position that Jerusalem would
never again be a divided city and
President Carter's commitment
Continued on Page 6-A
Campuses Rolling
Arab Oil Engulf*
U.S. Universities
ft'ing infusion of
l rodollara into
universities is
at to academic
' ind integrity.
a dozen schools
offered gifts,
I lucrative con-
' from Arab govern-
-lUs and other Arab-
ircei
M which have
" as or contracts are
University, the
R I Southern (ahtor
New York University
I 'tuversity. Those
pools which did not accept, or
Pui thdtvw from nego-
*' include the Massa-
M 1:istituta of Technology.
I ruversity of Pennsylvania,
B Midwest University Con-
tium for International Activ-
ities" made up of Michigan
State University and the Univer-
sities of Indiana. Illinois. Wfa>
consin and Minnesota.
The Consortium cancelled a
contract with Saudi Arabia
because a Jewish professor va.i-
refused entry to that nation; a
deal DStWMO M.I.T. and the
Saudis also collapsed over the
issue of religious discrimination.
THE UNIVERSITY of
Pennsylvania falls into both
categories having accepted a
$100,000 grant from the Sultan of
Oman to promote Arab and
Islamic studies, but turning
down a lucrative proposal from
Libya, which has supported
international terrorists, for the
development of a curriculum for
teaching Middle Eastern history
and culture in American secon-
dary schools. In refusing the gift.
Continued on Page 8-A
Senate Probes
Vote at UN
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Preparations are
underway by the Senate
Foreign Relations Commit-
tee for a public airing of the
"foul-up" by the Carter
Administration in dealing
with the United Nations
Security Council resolution
condemning Israeli settle-
ments, first supported by
the U.S. and then repudia-
ted 48 hours later by Presi-
dent Carter.
Sen. Frank Church ID..
Idaho), the committee chairman,
announced the hearing for Thurs-
day morning at 10 o'clock open to
the public. Invitations from the
committee have gone out to Sec-
retary of State Cyrus Vance.
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Basl and South Asian
Affain Harold Saunders. the
Chief U S delegate to the UN.
Ambassador Donald McHenry.
and the State Department's legal
aide, Roberts Owen.
SEN. RICHARD STONE (D .
Fla.). chairman of the Foreign
Relations Committee's subcom-
mittee on the Middle East, was
to chair the hearings. Church was
to be in Idaho on that day to
announce his candidacy for re-
election to the Senate.
A committee source said, in
reply to questions by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, that White
Mouse officials would not be
asked to testify at the hearing
since, on the basis of previous
experience, the White House
exercises executive privilege. The
JTA was informed that the
hearing would involve the
following:
The circumstances and events
surrounding the U.S. vote on UN
Security Council Resolution 465.
1 S policy on the issues con-
tained in the resolution, and
act ion to Ih' taken by the U.S. to
comply with and implement the
resolution in view of the fact that
Continued on Page 10-A
j Farmers
Storm
Knesset
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM UTAl -
Some 25.000 angry farmers from
all parts of Israel stormed the
Knesset building in a furious
protest against the Likud
government's agricultural
policies which they said are
driving them to bankruptcy
They pelted Knesset guards and
police with tomatoes, eggs,
snowballs and stones.
Police counter-attacked with
high pressure fire hoses One
policeman was injured by a stone
Continued on Page 5- A
Founded Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Gross Passes Away at Age 63;
Interment Takes Place in Israel
Rabbi Alexander Gross,
founder of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, died Monday at St.
Francis Hospital on Miami
Beach. He was 63.
Rabbi Gross led the
Academy as its principal
and then dean. Its begin-
nings in 1947 were in a
storefront building with an
enrollment of six students.
Today, the Academy, on
Pinetree Dr.. has a student
body of upward of 700. with
numerous divisions
through high school.
RABBI GROSS' effort in
behalf of the Academy led to the
establishment of what became
the first Jewish day school in the
South.
A graduate of Yeshivah Torah
Vodaath and Mesivta, he was
also educated at Columbia
University
In addition, the Rabbi did
advanced studies at the Univer-
sity of Miami. Last year, at the
annual scholarship dinner of the
Hebrew Academy, by then
elevated from principal to dean.
Rabbi Gross was presented with
a Torah scroll.
Although his life was inex-
t mt inued on Page 13-A
Disunity of West Deemed too Deep to Cover Up
> ILRICH MACKENSEN
Fr"nkfurttrRundaduum
j' Soviet invasion of
7II""'-I|n ought really to have
N ATO countries close
Hut instead, differences of
">'iha\e come to light.
What is more, these differences
have proved so serious they can
no longer be papered over with
protestations of solidarity.
One feels bound to wonder how
the North Atlantic pact is to fare
in future and how future crises
might be better handled.
RECRIMINATIONS are rife
on all sides. The European
countries complain that the
United States told them (and
consulted them) too little and too
late.
America, they say, has proved
too prone to progressing by leaps
and bounds, while the Americans
complain that Europe is not
making a extra effort to maintain
NATO's military strength.
There are even more deep-
seated suspicions of a decline, on
both sides of the Atlantic, in
understanding for mutual
problems.
The United States was far from
happy with the heated debate in
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An enlarged Judaic Studies Department named in honor of Alfred Gottschatk. president of
the Hebrew L'nion College, is dedicated in Ashkelon at the Kfcir Sill r High School campu t,
which was founded and is directed by the Zionist Organization of America Left to ngh
Alfred Gottschalk, president of the Hebrew Union College, and It an .1 \oi ick, president of
the Zionist Organisation of America. Some 600 students are enrolled
Headlines
PLO Spokesman Hails Soviets
Zehdi Terzi. UN representative of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization has hailed the Soviet
L'nion as the inspiration of the PLO. The Ami
Defamation League of B nai B'rith said Terzi told
a recent meeting of American Communist Party
members that the socialist countries are our
light and at the forefront is the Soviet Union.'
Terzi was guest speaker at the eighth an-
niversary- dinner of Jewish Affairs, a publication
of the Communist Party. USA. held Jan 27 in
New York
The PLO representative greeted the Com-
munists as comrades'' and in turn was praised
as "our comrade." by Herbert Aptheker. editor of
the Communist organ
Stuart E Kizenstat. assistant to the President
fur Domestic Affairs and Policy, will be principal
speaker and recipient of the Centennial Award
at the HI AS centennial dinner. Mar 23 at the
V\alii<>rf Vstoria in New York, it wa.s announced
by Kdwin Shapiro, president of HI AS, the world-
wide Jewish migration agen<-\
il ia active in Jewish affairs From
he was a member of the Executive
Committee of the Atlanta Jewish Community
Center He served as vice president of the Atlanta
Education from I I
During tr > oung \1
:rd for li the
in Educal
1 ehuda Blum Israi bassador to '.'
ind Sol ( haikin. president.
rnational Ladie* Garment Workers Union.
will be principal riistadrut s mid-
winter Conference in honor lai L Solomon
m Sunday. Mar lti. at the Sheraton Centre in
New York.
Other participants in the conference include Dr
Judah J Shapiro, president of the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel Matthew Schoenwald.
chairman of the American Trade Union Council
for Histadrut: and Bernard B Jacobson.
executive vice president. National Committee for
Labor Israel.
The conference will also highlight the 60th
Anniversary Year of Histadrut in Israel.
In making the announcement. Rabbi Arthur J
LeJyveld. president of the Synagogue Council of
America, said that "Mr Ancell brings U) this post
a knowledge of the Jewish community and
American life which will help spread the influence
of its work
Rabbi Bernard J Mandelbaum. executive vice
president of the Council, is director of the Insti-
tute which has its headquarters in New York
Ancell. a resident of New Rochelle. N Y i~
chairman of the board of F.than Allen. Inc.,
furniture manufacturers whose headquarters are
in Danbury. Conn
The American Jewish Committee has charged
that the remnants of the Syrian Jewish com-
munity, some 5.000 in number. are kept as
hoatagee bj the (Syriani government, since they
are forbidden to emigrate, even to join rvlati\ M in
the United States
1'he I ommittee'a director ol Middle Fast af-
fairs, Dr George F Gruen, ha* pointed out that
the State Department's recent survej of human
right- confirmed (hat Jews were the only group
within Syria tola: ; '.he right toemigr.r.
He added that in spite ol nirancea
given bj Syi an President rlaiej al Vssad to
lent Carter that he would allow emigration
n no
the prohibition aj emigratioi
Jew sini ere al 19
Dr "i ail Shares n< the
Hebrew University-Hi if Dental
Medicine, founded maty,
warns that Israel ia *hort of BOO dentist
ant ami because the average age of many
dentists ia high, the shortage will rise b) another
1.000 in the next ti\ a to ten years.
The School, which was founded 27 years ago
and has produced some 500 alumni, occupies a
position of leadership in Israel
Three South Florida Congressmen. Dante B
Fascell. William I-ehman and Edward J Stack.
have joined other government, education, in-
dustry and labor leaders, as well as outstanding
personalities from the arts and literature, as
members of the National Council of Sponsors of
the ORT Centennial, it was announced tnis week
by Dr Roland Moskowitz of Shaker Heights.
Ohio, and Miriam Pressman, of the Bronx. NY.
co-chairmen of the National Committee for the
OKT Centennial
The ORT Centennial Celebration in the United
States is a joint national project of the American
ORT Federation and Women's American ORT
and their 160.000 members
Nathan S Ancell has been named chairman of
the board of the Institute for Jewish Policy
Planning and Research of the Synagogue Council
>f America
Not Iran, but rather Saudi Arabia will be the
next target of the Soviet expansionist drive in the
Middle hast, said former Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Kabin in an interview that appeared in the
afternoon Hebrew daily Ma'am According to
Rabin. Khomeini has effectively cut off the
Americans from Iran's oil resources. In so doing,
he has already accomplished an important
element of Soviet strategy vis-avis the
Americans High on the Soviet agenda is now
Saudi Arabia
The Soviets will try to destroy the pro-
American regime in Saudi Arabia in two wavs by
a military action based from southern Yemen on
the one hand, and bj instigating a revolution
amongst the masses in Saudi Arabia on the other
hand
"If the United State- doaa not frustrate that
plan, even if it means military- intervention then
!h'- tnce of Israel itsel! will oe in the
langar it will have faced since the .-stab-
ate. Rabin said Rabin fui
d that the struggle for control of Middle I
oil is crucial to the future of the free world
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News in Brief
Carter Aides Wooing Jewish Votes
SKVV YORK President
Carter'* supporters have inten-
gified efforts to win back Jewish
supix'rters in the wake of the.
United States vote in the United
Nations Security Council Mar. 1
f(,r a resolution condemning
Israeli settlements and Carter's
subsequent repudiation of the
vote
U ith the New York Primary on
Mar Jr>. Robert Strauss. Carter's
campaign manager, and Sol
Linowitz, the President's special
envoy for Mideast negotiations.
met with Jewish leaders at a
Manhattan club Monday at a
session from which reporters
were barred. In addition, a group
of New York leaders. Jews and
non-Jews, was scheduled to go to
ngton Tuesday to meet
personally with the President at
the White House.
JERUSALEM Knesset
Speaker Yitzhak Shamir, a Herut
hardliner, resigned his office
Mondaj and was sworn in im-
i |j ..- Israel's new Foreign
ter, replacing Moshe Dayan
who resigned last Oct. 21. The
announcement of Shamir's
ntment was made after
Mondai Cabinet meeting which
approved his selection by Prime
Minister Menachem Ik'gin.
mir 65, was one of the
raU of leaders who
; the underground Stern
ii I.flu which fought the
. during the final years of
ine Mandate Me was
uschu I ol operations.
SI mil abstained when the
rated to approve the
David accords and on the
pi i,in peace treaty
Begin was asked by
Minister Yigael
\ How (iocs his
nl square with his
to trie (amp David
he replied that
would faithful!) execute
WASHINGTON Ephraim
- Ambassador to
Stati s, denounced the
: \\ i si t iermany,
I Britain and scored
Leon Dulxin
the United Nations Security
Council Sunday night for the
positions they are taking toward
Israel and its efforts to obtain
security and peace.
In an unusually outspoken
address before 800 delegates
attending the biennial meeting of
the H'nai B'rith Women here.
Kvron nevertheless had kind
words for President Carter. He
described the President's
repudiation of the U.S. vote sup-
porting the Mar. 1 Security
Council resolution condemning
Israel as an act of courage." He
said. "Weaccept it in the spirit in
which it was made."
The B'nai B'rith Women
adopted a resolution calling on
['resident Carter for a plain, un-
ambiguous clarification of
American foreign policy in regard
|0 Israel." The resolution M
pressed continued dismay at the
Carter Administration-- ex
planation of why the l s voted
on the side of Israel enemies on
the crucial issues .it Israel's
settlements on the West Bank
.mil the status ol Jerusalem."
JERUSALEM Housing
Minister David Levy has
proposed the large scale confis-
cation of Arab-owned land in
Eaal Jerusalem tor the construc-
tion ol some 10,000 new housing
units for .lews on t hi- eastern
borders ol the city Levy raised
the mattei at Sundaj Cabinet
meeting but was told to refer it to
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Levy said the new housing
project should be built between
the existing French Hill and
Neve Yaacov neighborhoods
which are presently separated by
Arab villages. It would create a
"Jewish territorial continuum"
around the northern and eastern
fringee of the city, the Housing
Minister said.
TEL AVIV Israeli officials
are bracing for a possible early
attempt by France. West Ger-
many and Britain to nullify
United Nations Security Council
Resolution 242 or amend it in a
way that would recognize the
Palestinians as political entity.
The thrust of the three
countries, the most powerful
members of the European Eco-
nomic Community (EEC), was
made clear in the recent state-
ments by President Valery Gis-
card d'Estaing of France, en-
dorsing Palestinian self-
determination. He was backed up
strongly by West German
leaders
Resolution 242. agreed to by all
parties as the basis for a Middle
East peace settlement when it
was first formulated in
November. 1967. is the foun-
dation on which the Camp David
accords rest. Prime Minister
Menachem Begin warned last
week that any alteration of the
resolution would eliminate the
basis "t the (amp David agree-
ments with inevitable con-
sequences
BONN The number of Jews
permanently residing in the
Federal Republic of Germany and
West Berlin rose slightly last
year from 27.295 on January 1.
1979 to 27.768 on January 1,
1980 The statistics, released in
Frankfurt several 'lay- ago by
the Central Organization ol Jews
m West Germany iZentnlratl
attributed the increase mainly to
the immigration ol Jews from
! astern bloc countries
t fcher factors were conversions
a total ol 55 persons converted
to Judaism and s" births. The
origin ol .moth. lews who
contributed to tin population
growth was n< I stated in the
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JERUSALEM World
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Leon Dulzin declined an in-
vitation to meet with Pope John
Paul II at the Vatican, ap-
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Friday, March l j
Rabbi Gross at Rest
Rabbi Alexander Gross is dead. The founder,
first principal and dean of the Hebrew Academy
literally gave his heart to the institution which, over
more than a 30-year period, became the model lor
Hebrew day school education not only m Greater
Miami but throughout the Southeastern United
States.
From modest beginnings in 1947 in a Miami
Beach storefront, the Hebrew Academy, under Rabbi
Gross1 aegis, graduated to become a handsome in-
stitution in facilities on Pinetree Drive, with a
variety of divisions through high school for a student
body today numbering some 700.
Under his guiding hand, as the Academy
progressed. Rabbi Gross could regard with pride the
students who passed through this traditional in-
stitution to become not only rabbis and teachers in
the field of Jewish education, but also community
leaders in local government and in many of the top
professions.
A modest man. Rabbi Gross devoted his every
effort to the Hebrew Academy. He dreamed the
dreams of its function and purpose, gave them life
and saw them through to fruition.
In recent years, the strength of his efforts took
their visible toll on his own life.
Rabbi Gross is resting now in Israel, where he
was buried at his own request. He has the peace now
he so richly deserves. The Hebrew Academy, the
institution he leaves behind him. is a memorial to his
monumental energies in the cause of its purpose, the
perpetuation of Judaism. ______
The Tempest Unabated
In all the debate over President Carter's
monumental UN gaffe the most salient point to be
made is whether the United States should have voted
for any anti-Israel resolution despite the ad-
ministration's well-known position that the settle-
ments in the occupied territories are illegal.
By voting for a resolution condemning [si
the I S was challenging its Mideast policy. It w
acting contrary to the Camp David accords and could
result in the sabotage of the ongoing autonomy talks
between th. I S Israel and Egypt.
It has been reported that Sol Linowitz,
President Carter'- special envoy for Mideast nego-
tiati ind his pn >or in the job, Robert
th considered the vote a major mistake.
The vote can now he seen as part of the pattern
that ha- been emerging in the administration since
the Iranian and Afghan crises to seek support tn the
Moslem world at the expense of Israel Such a policy.
if it continues, can result in disaster not just for
Israel, but for the U S a- well.
Already this week, Prim.- Minister Begin
warned that any change in the letter-meaning of the
Camp David accords might well cripple the peace
pro..-- irreparably. His appointment Sunday of
Yitzhak Shamir as Israel's new Foreign Minister,
underscore- this view. Shamir has opposed the peace
treats with Egypt from the very beginning as a
cosmetic fantasy.
Sauce for the Goose
The new move led by West Germany. France
and England to rewrite UN Res. 242 will receive
added impetus from President Carter's double vote
and double cross at the United Nations.
The Arab world insists that President Carter
may have repudiated the vote, but that the vote
must stand. If that is true, how come that West
Germany. France and England can rewrite UN Res.
242?
If the vote is inviolable, why isn't the resolution
inviolable, too?
i
?JewisHi FlorJidliaxi
U.S. Bars Entry of Iran Jews
IF THINGS go on much
longer as they are. we wonthave
Fidel Castro to worry about any
more All of the Cubans will have
entered South Florida as poht.cal
exiles courtesy of the lmim-
gration and Naturalization
Service.
Our worries won't end there, of
course they will merely change
With Castro out of the picture,
what we will have in Havana is a
suburb of the Kremlin.
BUT WHY pick out the
Cubans, what with Haitians
Jamaicans, Nkaraguans and just
about everyone eiae waltting to
our shores to the tired tune of
that tired Emma Lazarus ditty
about the tired longing to be free.
Well because I am reminded ol
the Cubans in the 1930a. who
turned Jew. away from Havana
in their hapless flight from the
Nazi gas chambers.
And because with our im-
migration tumstyles running
rampant, all these years after the
Holocaust there are still Jews
today who are being refused
entry into the United SUtea.
although their status aa op-
pressed peoples whose lives are in
mortal danger ia certainly no lees
ANOTHCRSOVCT RR5T
s4PZ&teSr'&f -
emergent than the Cubans'
For good measure, throw in tk.
oppressed of Haiti and jamaJ!
and Nicaraugua not onlv to em
phasize the point hut to'dampen
the anger of those who will ^L
this as bigoted.
BUT IT is true, is it ^i
Cubans, yes. with an estimate
20.000 more of them soon on tie
way here; Jews, numbered m the
piddling hundreds, no
The Jews to which I refer are
the escapees from the clutches of
the Iranian Revolutionary Cia.
cil now languishing in the maw
European capitals. London and
Paris mostly, waiting for Us
visas.
And the pointed fact is taai sj
won't give any visas to the*
Jews lor fear of upsetting tbl
good old Ayatollah Khomeini
because, in his rheumy eyet
some of these Jews are Zioma
enemies" of Iran In most caw.
this meant that they have family
members living in Israel
So. 35 years after the end of the
Holocaust, we don't mind finn|
up another mini-Holocaust at all
What's more important, a hand-
ful of Jews or a barrel brunful of
oil?
JUST TO play tab and easy
with my blood procure. I'm not
going to get into the case of
Jimmy Carter at all Infact.Iam
less in a rage with Carter than I
am with the 16 I percent of
Americans, aa the
polls, who have joined the ranks
of th*' dre^s -dent?
support^-, bel mbanj
takeover in Iran I la IK that
he thfir man f< i
i second turn ai
This. despiU then
displeasure with I
This. despiU
disaster
which Mr (
us sino
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HAIFA No other countr) m
the world will hnd it mure dif
fault th.in Israel to reach a
-inn with respect I" par-
ticipation in the Moscow
Olympics \ few short month*
v\i wen concerned leal we
not !> invited as .i result <>f the
Arab boycott attempt t<> keep u
away Today we an- faced with a
grave dilemma, whether or not to
accept the invitation which did
reach us.
I'nsident Carter has clearly
stated all the weighty argument-
for non-participation. They need
not be repeated here. Every true
Israeli subscribes heartily to the
condemnation of naked physical
aggression, and to the attempts
of any superpower to extend its
control over neighboring states
IN ADDITION. Israel feels a
deep sense of loyalty to and
identification with the U.S. which
has done so much to assure
Israel's defense But and it's a
big but there are factors in-
volved which apply uniquely to
Israel, and which cannot be
lightly brushed aside. A digest
summary of these factors should
suffice to underline Israel's
problem.
We are engaged in a constant
struggle to remain in in-
ternational sports bodies, while
the Arabs have been seeking,
with some degree of success, to
oust us. We have protested on
the grounds that the Arabs are
mixing politics with sports.
Should we now eliminate our-
selves from the Olympics for that
very reason and thus justify the
\. u-''
Our relations with thr 1 'SSR
>nd imnii dial polil cs
Rust lewiah population
two million, and
pro'. in "ii our part
suit in an immed
hermetic sealing ol tn*' door of
exit for them Can we have it on
our Conscience that our defense of
Russia on the Olympic issue
caused rnssal inn ol Jewish
imitation-1
OCR PRESENCE or absence
in MOSCOW will actually have not
the slightest effect on the major
issues involved If Britain.
(iermany. Canada and other big
states stay away. Russian
prestige is struck a blow. Our
absence won't affect the
Olympics in any way The only-
one to be hurt would be our-
selves.
Indeed. Russia would be happy
to have us stay away. lng
before we were invited, then- was
hesitation in Moscow on the
grounds that Israel represents a
security problem. requiring
special protection Remember
Munich? The Soviet Union could
not ask us to stay away, but if we
bowed out. we would bring them
great relief.
We should not minimize the
effect on Russian Jews of the
appearance of an Israeli team,
under the flag of Israel, at the
international games Previoua
visits to Russia by Israel troupes
in much smaller numbers in-
variably contributed to a welling
up of intense Jewish sentiment
and identification with the
I. M
pxpi. ssi. ms
Israel Thi :< l
our appi U
La much gn
tor .in> Othl
WE COMI
but Whai
run in Israel a bi
make tl,
to show 0UI ,-'-ht*
is at a moment when *m*>
asks far our support .*"
an independent tand
taming that (hen
we must consido -P**,;"
tareata of our own \dmitttw
it's not an .-a
answ er
Foreign affairs rirck-J here
recall a previous and ^mew
comparableu.st.it "our'?T
histoty Not lotif after estabJJ
ment of the State the rV*J
Republic -.1 Chin.. pracWjW
invited us to establish diploma
relations, this at I U
China was seeking fn""J
unwilling u> antagoniM met
which regarded Chin. M***
crudely rejected the tter ,
erected, bemer between u**
China that has never De*
overcome
C'hina's attitude to htfbjj
marked by bitterness ,rvef*
But in the meantime the
States did make u- I**" ;
Peking. Only little >
remained out in th. ." "
very, very different thing mg
have been in the Middfc t
today if Israel enjoyed
friendship and support oi
powerful states.


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France Given Formal Protest
Farmers Storm Knesset;
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By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel lodged a formaJ protest
with France over President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing's en-
dorsement of self-determination
for the Palestinians. The protest
was submitted to the French
Ambassador. Marc Bonnefous,
by Yosef Ciechanover. director
general of the Foreign Ministry,
at a meeting here. The French
envoy promised to convey it to
Paris.
Ciechanover told Bonnefous
that the French President had. in
effect, expressed support for
what Israel considers an obstacle
to the Mideast peace process. He
said that the term self-
determination-' was tantamount
to support for a Palestinian state,
a concept contrary to the Camp
David accords.
IN A SPEECH to the Knesset.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
indirectly criticized Giscard.
Without mentioning him by
name. Begin took issue with
"attempts to interfere in the
Middle East' and likened them
to the appeasement of Nazi
Germany in the 1930s which led
to the destruction of Czechoslo-
vakia.
Israel's protest was triggered
by Giscard s endorsement of
Palestinian self-determination on
three occasions during his tour of
Persian Gulf states. The French
President signed a joint com-
munique with the Emir of
Kuwait, Sheikh Jaber al Ahmed
al-Sabath expressing the view
that the Palestinian people
must enjoy, within the
framework of a just and lasting
peace, the right to self-
determination.' He supported
the same position in his visits to
Saudi Arabia. Bahrain. Qatar
and Abu Dhabi.
The Israeli protest was similar
to one made to Ireland last
month after the Irish Foreign
Minister, Brian Lenihan made a
pro-Palestinian statement in
Bahrain In addition to France.
Great Hritain. West Germany.
Ireland and Belgium have, for the
first time, publicly expressed
support this week for Palestinian
self-determination
THE MEMBER states of the
European Economic Community
are reportedly deliberating over
i Ciechanover told Bonnefous
I' that the French President j
I had. in effect, expressed I
I support for uhat-Israel i
considers an obstacle to the
Midease peace process. He
said that the term 'self-
determination' was tan-
tamount to support for a
Palestinian state, a concept
contrary to the Camp David
i accord'.
whether to extend official
recognition to the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
In addition, a move is un-
derway, led by British Foreign
Secretary Lord Carrington. to
have the EEC countries support
an amendment to Security
Council Resolution 242 that
would give political status to the
Palestinians. Presumably this
would be attempted if the current
autonomy talks between Israel,
Egypt and the U.S. failed to end
in an agreement by the May 26
deadline.
Meanwhile, Israeli am-
bassadors in Western Europe
have been instructed by their
government to make known to
their host governments Israel's
concern over recent anti-Israel
statements
( ontinued from Pane
Imi at least one demonstrator
ras injured end hospitalized.
III! DEMONSTRATION.
ihich became one of the worst
nut- in Jerusalem in many years,
ras triggered by the govern-
.>tion of price support
lubsidies for agricultural
brcxluds The farmers charged
hat the government was sub-
idmng frozen l>eef imports while
Deal poultry farmers were
iffering They carried banners
public n ho came today
In .".' Knesset represented
- <> voters If this
ttion continues, not one
of them n ill i ote for Likud in
th< next election
eading. You Won't Destroy the
Agriculture" and "The Stock
Exchange is Thriving but
Agriculture is Dying."
The farmers' wrath was
greeted mainly at Agriculture
liniater Ariel Sharon who they
Ccused of devoting all his time
planting settlements in the
Ccupied territories but doing
othing for the farmers. Sharon
presently abroad. Several
piesset members who tried to
ollifj the demonstrators were
ed and hooted down.
Knesset F.conomic
(ommittee called a special'
P'-Mnn to dismss agricultural
;,ls and invited
presentativea of the farmers to
Ml their complaints. The
mmitt,, wu ,u|d by rjov
"ed, ol the Kibbutz' Artai
K>v-merit. that even old
published kibbutzim, the pride
Israel s agriculture, are being
usned by deficits and unem
nt
[YITZHAK NKHEMIA.ofthe
Wfe\ settlementa, said the
1 there were graduaallv
m destroyed All their
I will not even cover the
I n their debt*," he said.
'Yehuda Saadi, of the
Picultural Center, said the
' represented the entire
I iral sector regardless of
Jl'tical affiliations. The
Manda of demonstrators in
M '"Eluded young farmers and
"led v'terans of the pioneer
[One observer noted: "The
tow who came today to the
IKi'.-m'1 rt,Presented some
IW.UUO voters. If this situation
r'mues. not one of them will
w tor Likud in the next
">ns But government
preee dismissed the demon-
fat'on. claiming that the
pnera were the most pampered
ht'"n of Israeli society.
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It Was Real Carter Policy Statement
Continued from Page 1-A averting this arrant gesture of
that Jerusalem's future "should appeasement as to send up a
be determined in the negotiations warning signal.
for a comnrehensive peace set-
tlement '
The Manchester Guardian
which, in recent years, has been a
severe critic of Israel's Arab
policy, described the American
vote on the resolution as "a sig-
nificant change in American
policy" and commented that
"Israelis may correctly surmise
that the oil weapon, like the
nuclear bomb, does not need to be
used to be effective."
Administrations come and go.
but the State Department
careerists go on forever, and no
one, not even President Truman
who defied them, has ever been
able to curb the power of the
Arabists in the department. In
the end. they have triumphed
every time over the man in the
White House. His is an
ephemeral duration; theirs is
permanent.
ex-
THERE ARE two
The American attitude after planations of how the United
Kabul, it adds, "does not fit a States Government has gotten
continued even-handedness be- into this mess and appears before
tween Israelis and Palestinians the world today without
under occupation and even less credibility, its President, another
the kind of diplomatic support on Chamberlain at Munich It is
which Israel could formerly rely." charitable to accept the version
THIS IS the nature of the offered by the President and his
impression the American-backed
Security Council resolution
created around the world and
which the Carter administration
now is so frantically trying to
undo. Like a loyal soldier. Sec-
retary of State Vance has taken
advisers that it was all a horrible
mistake which no one in the
administration recognized until it
was too late, and until Israeli
Ambassador Evron. carefully
and painstakingly pointed out to
an embarrassed Secretary Nance
the rap for what his spokesman just what each little word in the
delicately described as a "foul- resolution added up to.
up. Others, of course, might
have used the descriptive term,
sell-out."
The diplomatic howler a
result of deliberate intent or
negligence of the most stupen-
dous proportions, and of what
must be very nearly the worst
case of bad timing in American
political history was in the
White House, not the State De-
partment Someone in the State
Department or the National
Security Council, which had a
hand in the pie. too. might have
alerted the President to the
gravity of the step he was taking
but. apparently, no one along the
line was so concerned about
We can accept this ad-
ministration explanation only if
we are prepared to admit that
ignorance and incompetence of an
incredible degree prevail in
determination of important
foreign policy questions. Sec-
retary of Commerce Philip M.
Klutznick. himself a former
American envoy to the United
Nations, insisted in a Miami
appearance before a largely
Jewish audience that serious
communications blunders oc-
curred much more frequently in
the exchanges between Washing
ton and the UN Mission in New
York than was generally known
He gave full credence to the
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President's statement.
The alternative was succinctly
phrased by Sen. Henry M.
Jackson, admittedly no great
admirer of Carter's conduct of
foreign policy. "My intuitive
feeling." he commented, "is that
the heat got too much for the
White House and that they
changed their mind about sup-
porting the resolution."
SEN. PAT MOYNIHAN was
skeptical of the official ex-
planation and called for full
public disclosure of the alleged
blunder "in order to insure that it
was a mistake and not a change
in policy." Ambassador
McHenry was in the clear as far
as the actual vote went; he had
followed Vance's instructions as
given.
Vance did not mention the
seven damaging references to
Jerusalem and Mcller.ry ap-
parently did not think it was
necessary to do so. It should have
been obvious to both men that
these seven references were no
less objectionable than the para-
graph Carter had insisted must
be deleted.
The alternative to this picture
of bumbling ineptitude which the
administration offered in defense
of its action is the chilling but
nevertheless likely prospect that
the American vote on this Arab-
sponsored resolution does, in
fact, represent a significant
change from the policy the ad-
ministration has publicly
espoused, that it represents the
real policy of the Carter adminis
tration and that the American
vote was cast after due
deliberation but with a failure to
foresee the extent of the reaction
IT IS much more logical to
accept this alternative than to
believe that Carter did not read
the text of a resolution on a vital
foreign issue, the only one in
which he can claim any MCCaei
that Vance, the cage) inter-
national lawyer, read the text
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without appreciating the signifi-
cance of the seven references to
Jerusalem; that Zbigniew
Rrzezinski. the political scienti*.
did not imt. -diately grasp the
thrust and intent of the
resolution and what an American
affirmative vote would mean
That is asking the world to ac-
cept a great deal
If we examine the resolution in
the light of American policy in
raoaol years, we must concede
that it is a natural development
Washington ha* never recognized
that Israel or Jew in general had
any rights on the Watt Mank We
have refused to recognize the
incorporation of Hast Jerusalem
into the city of Jerusalem, the
capital of Israel
So now. we take Kast
Jerusalem out of limbo and
attach it to the West Hank and
say that Jews have no right to
live there or to settle there and
existing Jewish installations
homes, schools, hospitals
must be removed
IN OCR lifetime, only Hitler
Germany and Saudi Arabia have
pursued a policy of denying Jean
the right to live in their countries
(Saudi Arabia, to be entirely fair,
also bars Christians and other
infidels from Mecca I Now
Praeident tarter has given the
American imprimatur to a policy
thai says Jews must not live in a
Large area of PalaatilM including
the holiest city in Jewish religion
tl
and tradition. That
greatest betrayal
Carter now pleads that he
didn't mean it. hut his pig
cannot alter the fact that he has
helped make this the officu;
position of the United Nations
William B. CJuandt hotU
one of Carter's chief adviser? it
Camp David, wrote recently dan
the United States w.,uld'even-
tually have to reeort to pressure
on Israel to compel it i
the future of the
Arabs in a matter satisfactory tc
the Arab oil sheikh.- But t^uanc:
was realistic enough to -a\ he
didn't expect thi- until nextyeu
after the presidential elections
He failed to make .i!i nances for
poor timing by th. Preaident
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View from Bonn
West Disunity too Deep for Coverup
loniinuedfromPagel-A
European NATO countries about
the decision to step up arms
programs.
IT WAS coupled with an offer
to Moscow to hold talks on a
reduction in medium-range
missile potential. but
Washington was halfhearted in
its backing for this linkage.
|U Dec 12. the day on which
NATO announced its decision.
tnt. IS Senate had not even
managed to put the finishing
touches to ratification of Salt II.
By (hen. a fund of misun-
derstanding had accumulated in
the minds of many U.S.
politicians about the keen in-
terest shown by Europeans in
progress on arms control.
But Kurope could work on the
assumption that the Carter
administration endorsed a
different policy and that the
President was personally in-
terested in halting the arms race
and reducing tension.
THEN CAME the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan. It not
only showed that Moscow
continues to pursue imperialist
policies wherever it encounters no
hindrance; it also took Europe by
surprise
IS intelligence reported in
November that the Soviet Union
was mobilizing reservists to
bring a number <>f units to full
id posting them to the
\fghan frontier
But U ashington failed to
relay this information to its
NATO allies, despite treaty
obligations to consult and inform
them.
Above all, however. President
Carter announced in his State of
the Union address that the
United States considered the
Persian Gulf to be a U.S. sphere
of influence and was prepared to
lend the Gulf states military
assistance if necessary.
THIS DOCTRINE too had its
shortcomings. The Gulf states
had not been asked whether
they felt any need for protection,
and the NATO countries had not
been informed in advance of the
change in policy emphasis.
Yet its implementation would
oblige the Europeans to plug
gaps that could hardly fail to
open up it the United States were
to step up its commitments in the
Gulf, so prior consultation would
have been very much to the
point.
It is. of course, easy to ap-
preciate President Carter's
position. He was already under
pressure over the hostages at the
U.S. embassy in Tehran.
BUT THE sequence of his
moves, their part cancellation
and the presumed confusion in
U.S. responses made his policy
increasingly unpredictable for his
allies
It is a principle in East-West
ties that the West at least has
endeavored t<> uphold that one's
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Campuses Rolling
Arab Oil Engulfs U.S. Universities
Continued from Page 1 A
the University said it doubted
"the wisdom of accepting foreign
funding for the development of
curricula studying the history
and culture of the area from
which the funds are coming."
Most educational contracts
often refer only vaguely to
"understandings" rather than
spelling out any detailed quid pro
quo agreed upon. Because of this
vagueness, serious questions
sometimes arise. The experience
of the University of Southern
California is a dramatic example
of the potential erosion of
academic integrity in American
universities as the price of finan-
cial involvement with Arab oil
potentates. In that case, a former
official of the Saudi-controlled
Arabian-American Oil Company
(Aramcol was appointed to the $1
million Saudi-endowed Faisal
Chair one month after his name
was suggested by the Saudi
Finance Minister in a letter to the
University's president. The letter
further said that future appoint-
ments would be chosen "in con-
sultation with the Saudi Minister
of Higher Education."
The next steps at the
University were the establish-
ment of a Middle East Center and
a Foundation to raise money for
the Center from large U.S. cor-
porations, primarily those doing
business with Saudi Arabia, and
give it a voice in appointing
USC faculty to courses on the
Middle East even outside the
Center Following a furor on and
off campus, and condemnation by
a faculty senate resolution, the
plan was modified to weaken the
Center's power
EARLY IN 1979. the USC
Board of Trustees scrapped the
contract and recommended
letting up an alternate entity
under full academic and financial
control of the University
At (ieor^etown University, the
(enter for Contemporary Arab
Studies, established in 1975
10.000 arrant
from the Sultan of Oman, has on
its board the Korei^Ti Ministers ol
''man and the United Arab
Emirates Deput) Prune
ister ol Egypt, ko\ eminent
offu bya,
Jordan and Qatar, and former
iam Fulbright. who
Fon .^n
for S Arabia and the
En
tei hav
inclu hi the leading
Arah and pre Aral> scholar
propagandists, among them
Maksoud, 1 former special
envo) for the League of Arab
States and rlisham Sharabi, a
personal friend of FLO leader
1 asir Arafat
Mayor Koch
Proclaims Day
Honoring ORT
NEW YORK Mayor
Edward Koch proclaimed
Wednesday. Mar. 12, as ORT
Day 1980. The ceremony, which
took place in the Blue Room of
City Hall, was a special tribute to
ORT's 100th year as the
vocational and technical
education program of the Jewish
people and included a response to
the Mayor's issuance of the
proclamation by Beverly
Minkoff, of Rockville Centre,
N.Y., newly-elected national
president of Women's American
ORT. as well as a "birthday
cake" with two candles: one for
ORT's past century of worldwide
service and the second for ORT's
future operations.
This report is reproduced by
permission of the ADL Bulletin,
publication of the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai B'rith. in
which it appears in the February.
1980 issue.
Georgetown, which graduates
more U.S. foreign service officers
than any other university in the
country! accepted $200,000 from
Saudi Arabia; $425,000 from
Jordan: $50,000 each from Egypt
and Qatar, and $350,000 from the
United Arab Emirates these
grants representing two-thirds of
the Center's funding and other
funding from Mobil Oil. Texaco.
Chase Manhattan Bank. Citi-
bank and the U.S. government.
The University also accepted a
$750,000 grant from Libya for the
endowment of the al-Mukhtar
Chair of Arab Culture. The first
incumbent to the Chair was
Hisham Sharabi. mentioned
above,
ACCORDING u> an article in
the May-June. 1979. issue of
Aramca World, gifts and grants
included.
An annually endowed Chair
at Harvard from the govern-
mentof Kuwait;
$25,000 from the Sultan of
Oman for the appointment of a
professor of Middle Eastern
science at New York I'niversity.
$200,000 to Duke University
from Saudi Arabia for a program
of Islamic and Arabian develop-
ment studies.
Analysis of instances in which
the facts have become known
makes clear that, at least in some
dm, there are political or other
Strings attached sometimes
obviously, sometimes covertly
Because of this, a recent
California State Senate
resolution endorses open dis-
closure, upon public or individual
request, of contract terms and
conditions as a strong safeguard
Most universities tend to act
responsibly once they are forced
to disclose contract conditions by
persons or bodies within the
universities themselves If such
disclosure were made a matter of
policy by universities, academic
integrity would be all the better
protected.
Two Jews in Cabinet
Of Premier Trudeau
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
OTTAWA (JTA) Premier Pierre Elliott
Trudeau named two Jews to his 32-member Cabinet Thev
are Herbert Gray. 48. of Windsor, Minister of Industry,
Trade and Commerce, and Robert Kaplan, also 48. of
Toronto, as Solicitor General. The Cabinet was sworn in
bringing the Liberal Party back to power after nine
months of Joe Clark's Progressive Conservative
government.
Kaplan is a newcomer to the Cabinet while Gray was
Minister of Revenue under Trudeau from 1972-76 When
he was named in 1972. he was the first Jew to be a Cabinet
member in Canada.
GRAY AND KAPLAN were among four Jews re-
elected in the Feb. IS election. The others were David
Berger of Quebec, who. like the two Ministers, is a
member of the Liberal Party, and David Orlikow. of
Winnipeg, Manitoba, a member of the New Democratic
Party
The new Minister of State for External Affairs is
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the record shows U.S. approval
of it despite Carter's statement
disavowing the U.S. vote
IN THIS connection, wit-
nesses were to be asked what
elements in the resolution the
U.S. disavows.
Furthermore, the committee is
scheduled to seek to ascertain
what the Carter Administration
proposes to do in a formal way at
the UN with regard to the
resolution that is now an official
l\ document. In addition, the
committal would also seek from
the State Department all
documents that attest to ita
contention that the Israel settle-
ments in the territories it oc-
cupied in 1967 are illegal.
The Administration has con-
sistently maintained this position
and Israel has disputed it. At the
State Department, chief spokes-
man Hodding Carter said he was
"not sure" whether Vance would
appear as a witness at the com-
mittee hearing, but noted that
the Secretary would be "happy to
discuss the matter with the
Congress."
He said Vance has "already
discussed it with a number of
Congressmen." Asked if Vance
would be willing to testify on
Carter"s instructions, the spokes-
man said "until such issues
formally are raised" he would not
discuss them.
CARTER WAS asked if the
problem at the UN involved two
different texts of the resolution,
one which Vance had and the
other that McHenry had when
they spoke in advance of the
vote. The State Department
spokesman said he would not
discuss this and reiterated that
the "basic responsibility" has
I teen taken l>\ Vance and he was
not going into "internal details."
Carter said he would not
quarrel with a reported statement
by National Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinaki that the
resolution was not helpful to the
U.S. because it angered the
Israelis and the President's
repudiation angered the Arabs.
Meanwhile, as the Carter
Administration sought to put a
lid on further discussion of the
foul-up issue, the Senate com-
mittee's action and statements
by various political figures kept
the issue in the forefront
BILL BROCK. Republican
National Committee chairman.
sent a telegram to Carter ques-
tioning the Administration i
policy in the Middle East Brock
said. "I am afraid that the rtcent
events leave in question exactly
what the policy of th'e
administration isltoward Israel
He said that by votir.
condemn Israel the Adn.
train hi has "nurtured t h.
forces that have undermined
peace process and the viabilit.
the Slate of Israel Its*
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On Arab Students at UofM
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EDITOR. The Jewish Ftoridian:
f.mgratulatione on the
courageous stand you took by
printing the shocking expose.
-Aral) Activists at U. of Miami,"
written by Leo Mindlin. Extend
npUmenta to Mr. Mindlin
(r l,,\ mg it on the line as he did
. in the readers of The Jeuish
as well as to the
Miami Jewish com-
munity
^ VV'i are all in his debt for the
d facts and the
impudence that the
. lent* are using to
and destroy th.'
for Advanced Inter
Studies at the
I )i m> own shun' in
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to \ arioua danger*
Moslem States
Damage Selves
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Department official
Moslem states" are
rig themselves by im-
peding the U S. use of military
facilitit 9 in Israel Robert Komer.
Undersecratary of Defense for
expressed that view to
200 editors and broadcasters
.11 over the country at-
tending a series of briefings here
at the invitation of the State
Department.
- ing at length on Soviet
m and its use of that
powei penetrate the Middle
ind threaten the oilfields on
whi. h the West relies. Komer was
. Leon Brown, editor of
'. /imc of Philadelphia.
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mililan liases in Israel to help
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tbbi Gross Dead;
Iterment in Israel
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.-twined with the
the Academy, he
Itime to serve as
the Kabbinical
[meru-a and to par-
Be activities of the
Appeal and State
on. Rabbi Gross
jtablish schools in
ler achoola in South
liana and Texas. He
lehairman of To rah
IrJ .1 member of the
Cuncii of America'!
[commit te'
ROSS came to
\.\l yean ago at the
Irah Umeaorah, the
oety for Hebrew Day
Ifi \ .uiemy.
t> ved by his
and five children.
Ora I-ee
her, Rabbi Karmi
ni and < ila
held Tuaaday
the Hebrew
Immediately there-
er- ol the family
th. body to a
, at Miami
i fur a flight
Rabbi Alcxamlir Gross
to Israel, where interment took
place. It was Kahhi Gross' final
wish that he be buried in Israel.
Other members of the im-
mediate family, including Mrs.
Gross, are sitting shiva now at
home on Miami Ilearh.
rh Leaders Rap Giscard
TIN EYTAN
IJ1 V A four-
I h Jewish
(d by Alain de
I i lent of the
i mcil of French
met here
| Ray n nd Barn to
s: 1 sident Valery
\- one-aided
Middle East
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lilure to
Kuwaiti
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THE DELEGATION and the
communique expressed the
Jewish community's fears and
growing concern" regarding
France's policy Rothschild said
that France's 700.000 Jews are
"alarmed by the President's
mention of Palestinian rights
without even mentioning those of
Israel.''
The CKIF communique also
deplored France 'a lack ot support
for the Israeli-Egyptian peace
treaty and lack of recognition of
Israel's attempt to find a solution
to the Palestinian problem within
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statement reads:
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami deeply mourns
i he passing of our colleague.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, who
served as principal and dean of
the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami.
RABBI GROSS was a
pioneer in day school education
and founded the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami in
194* This institution, the first
Jewish day school in the South,
grew from six students to over
TOO students and today stands as
one of the leading Jewish day
schools in the United States.
His love of children and
concern for their religious
education was the prime mover in
establishing a Torah Day School
that has been educating coun-
tless numbers of Jewish children
in our community.
Rabbi Gross always enjoyed
the deep love and affection of his
Rabbinic colleagues, as well as
the love of all whose lives he
touched and influenced.
"OUR SYMPATHIES reach
out to his wife. Shirley, and to his
giving family. Our community
has lost one of its most dedicated
members and the Rabbinical
Association, a revered colleague.
"The Rabbinical Association
will memorialize Rabbi Gross in
the near future."
"The officers and Board of
Directors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation join with all of
Greater Miami Jewry in
mourning the loss of one of its
finest and outstanding leaders.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross." said
L. Jules Arkin. Federation
president.
"More than 30 years ago.
Rabbi Gross became a pioneer
leader in establishing the
standard for quality Jewish
education in Miami. His founding
of the Hebrew Academy stem-
med from a vision that would
insure a strong and progressive
educational system for our
children and their children for
generations to come.
"His dynamic and selfless
efforts in realizing this dream
made his name synonymous with
the highest attributes of his
title." Arkin said, noting that
Rabbi Gross "truly served as a
model for all of Greater Miami
Jewry."
HIS UNRELENTING
commitment to Jewish education
both here in Miami and in Israel
served to intensify the zeal with
which he struggled to build a
better world." Arkin continued.
"His passing saddens us all.
yet we pray that the memory of
his words and actions will serve
as future inspiration to the entire
community."
Dr. Elias Herschmann.
president of the Hebrew
Academy, stated that Rabbi
Alexander Gross' "untimely
passing marks the end of an era
in the history of the Hebrew
Academy."
"It leaves us with a vacancy
too vast to be filled. To do justice
to his memory, we must
rededicate ourselves with
renewed vigor to the continued
success of the Hebrew Academy
whose thousands of graduates
are a tribute to his life's labors
He added. "This man
possessed a vastness of vision
which inspired all who knew him.
The continued growth and
success of the Academy in future
yean will be our way of per-
petuating his memory. His spirit
will live on within our school and
we shall live and prosper by it
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Hollywood Hero
Was He Anti-Semite in Drag?
State Dep't. Gives Word From
Sinai on Palestinian Problem
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By TOM TUGEND
London Chronical Syndicate
LOS ANGELES Swash-
buckling Errol Flynn. the
subject of tantalizing gossip and
shocking headlines throughout
his movie career, has been
resurrected 21 years after his
death and plunged into a new
whirlpool of Hollywood con-
troversy.
The Australian-born actor's
sexual escapades, graphically
described in his autobiography
My Wicked. Wicked Ways, were
heady stuff even for Hollywood,
during the forties and fifties.
Now a biography to be published
in April goes beyong the fun and
games to charge that the man
who always won the war for the
Allies on the silver screen was a
Nazi collaborator and that the
star contract player of a Jewish
movie studio was a thorough
anti-Semite.
A VETERAN Jewish
screenwriter has now risen to
Flynn's defense, as actors David
Niven and Olivia de Haviland did
earlier, and with a movie based
on the book already in the works,
a long-running and heated debate
is assured.
The author who started it all is
Charles Higham. a British-born
resident of Los Angeles and
biographer of such other screen
luminaries as Marlene Dietrich.
Kathenne Hepburn and Charles
Laughton.
Higham started his research on
Flynn s life over three years ago
and the first draft of his
manuscript promised to delight
the "voyeur" in every movie fan.
Flynn is portrayed as a bisexual,
mentally unbalanced, a sadist, a
drug addict, possible rapist, a
suspect in a manslaughter case,
and a gigolo given to weird
sexual rites and wild orgies.
Enough hot stuff to guarantor
the book instant best seller
status, but 15 months ago.
Higham hit on the real bombshell
of Flynn'a alleged Nazi con-
nection, accompanied by a Strong
streak of anti-Semitism.
STARTING WITH an inside
tip. Higham claims to have
proven his case through analysis
of some 5.000 U.S. government
documents obtained during the
past year from the FBI. the State
Deoartment. CIA. and Army
and Navy Intelligence, under the
Freedom of Information Act
Specific allegations in the
250.000-word book include:
In 1937. Flynn and his German
friend. Dr. Herman P. Erben, an
alleged Nazi agent, traveled
behind loyalist lines during the
Spanish Civil War There, they
photographed Germans fighting
against Franco and then turned
the photos over to the Gestapo.
In early 1940. when Dr Erben
faced deportation from the
United States. Flynn personally
interceded with Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, the wife of the
President, and the proceedings
were suspended
LATER THAT year, when Dr.
Erben was again threatened with
deportation. Flynn spirited him
out of the country by driving him
across the border into Mexico.
"By removing a known Nazi
from American soil before justice
could take its course. Errol had
committed an outright act of
treason," Higham writes "As a
British subject giving aid and
comfort to the enemy, he could I
have, if caught by British in-
telligence agents, bean extradited
and tried in England as a
traitor "
Although Flynn is widely
remembered in Hollywood as an
erratic and self-destructive I
personality, there is considerable
reluctance to accept the new
sensational charges against him (
at face value.
Errol Flynn
A strong public defense has
been mounted by Stephen
Longstreet, a Jewish author of 50
books and a dozen screenplays,
and former editor of Time
magazine.
"FLYNN WAS my good friend
for over a decade, and I spent
seven years with him at the
Jewish studio' Warner
Brothers." Longstreet wrote to
the Jewish weekly.
Heritage" drunk or sober,
he never uttered any anti-Jewish
talk.
"As for Errol helping a Nazi
agent. I take it with a ton of
salt ... I know he was loyal to
the British Empire, and he did
resent being attacked for not
going back to fight. One reason
was that his health was bad and
getting worse, and as an Aussie.
he felt the English looked down
on the folk from Down Under.
"He was the victim of women,
not at all the Don Juan he
thought himself to be. He burned
out his life, but was too much the
out-of-date romantic to go over to
Hitler's side.
"He spent most of his active
life with Jews, as agents, as
producers, writers and directors -
he admired most of them, even
Jack Warner, who was a bit of a
go v-baiter."
WASHINGTON
(JTA) Assistant
Secretary of State for the
Middle" East Harold
Saunders said that "it is
necessary to deal with the
Palestinian problem both
as a matter of justice and
stability in the Middle
Kast." Saunders addressed
the National Foreign Policy
Conference for editors and
broadcasters at the State
Department.
After prefacing his remarks
with discussion of Soviet efforts
in the Mideast. Saunders said the
continuing negotiations for a
.ettlement of the Arab-Israeli
conflict are aimed at "avoiding
another war."
HE ADDED that 'the
problem strikes deeper" because
the Palestinian movement rests
"not only on Palestinian
nationalism but also on its
radical philosophy that reaches
beyond Palestinian objectives."
He said the Palestinian move-
ment is "meshed in" with social,
economic and political changes in
the Middle East.
Earlier in his prepared
remarks. Saunders said that "the
Soviets support governments
and liberation organizations" and
while "not necessarily in control"
of them, the USSR takes "ad-
vantage for the achievement of
similar goals." He did not
mention the Palestine Liberal ioMi
Organization which has been
described as a "surrogate" of the
Soviet Union and receives its
diplomatic and military support.
Saunders skirted questions
dealing directly with the "foul-
over the United Nations
up
Council resolution
Security
Mar 2.
HE SAID in response to op-
question regarding U, is
"credibility" in the Middle East
and on "Israel in particular" that
the U.S., Egypt and Israel,
having signed the Camp David
agreements, are "fully com-
mitted to the peace settlement
that has been devised." He added
that "their interests will impel
them to go forward."
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about Flagler Federal's
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No .. I'm still confused about the
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Well, both the new 6-month and
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minimum deposit oi $500. you can get
darned good interest on a 2 W-Year
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pay for the costs of peace.
The major consideration,"
Kahbi Kronish declared, "is to
pave the way for the transfer of
( i\ ilian and military populations
and for their supportive infra-
structures, from the Sinai to the
Nagev within the three-year
period allotted by the peai
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By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Defense Minister Ezer Weizman
clashed angrily with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
Cabinet hawks when he declared
flatly at a Cabinet meeting that
the Jewish settlements on the
West Bank have no security
value and warned that Israel is
making the world "sick and
tired*' by its positions on such
issues as Elon Moreh and
Hebron.
The confrontation occurred in
the course of the Cabinet's
discussion of Saturday's Security
Council resolution condemning
Israel's settlement policies in the
occupied territories and
Jerusalem. The Cabinet
denounced the resolution as
"repugnant" and expressed
"deep resentment" toward the
United States for supporting it.
WEIZMAN said the set-
tlements simply are not needed
for security purposes, although
they were of national value as an
expression of Zionism. Later,
under heavy fire from the
hawkish ministers, he modified
his statement by saying he was
referring to settlements like Elon
Moreh which had no security
value rather than all settlements.
Elon Moreh was ordered
dismantled by the Supreme
Court last October on grounds
that the government's claims
that it was needed for security
were contrary to the facts.
But Weizman. long at odds,
with the Cabinet majority on the
settlements issue, angered the
hawks further by asserting that
there was no justification to
attack the U.S. for its role in the
Security Council resolution.
President Carter placed his career
on the line in the autonomy
negotiations. Weizman said, and
Israel must learn to live with its
differences with the U.S.
HE SAID that the peace
treaty with Egypt has not
engendered a new spirit in the
country but rather an air of
depression. The moment of truth
has arrived, and the world no
longer agrees with the Israeli
stand on settlements. Weizman
said.
His bitter exchange with Begin
came after the latter insisted that
the settlements were vital to
Israels security. "We are making
everyone sick and tired of us,"
the Defense Minister declared.
"We spend time on marginal
matters like Hebron and Elon
Moreh, and this drags on end-
lessly. Things cannot carry on
like this any more."
Begin retorted, "Keep your
voice down please. I am the
chairman here. It is I who set the
tone at this meeting, not you."
Weizman replied that "if a
proposal is tabled here to settle
Jews in Hebron, I shall vote
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BEGIN REMINDED
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the Cabinet decision last month
that Israel has the right in
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Hebron. To which Weizman
responded, "I would ask you too
not to raise your voice to me."
The Cabinet deferred a decision
on Hebron until its next regular
meeting. According to reports.
Begin will press for a clear
decision to settle Jews in vacant
buildings in that West Bank
Arab town. It had been reported
earlier that the Prime Minister
favored a compromise whk ^
would establish a yeshiva in
Hebron as a symbol of a Jewish
presence but not install Jewish
families there at this time.
His apparent shift to a tougher
stance is believed to have
forestalled plans by the Gush
Kmunim militants of Kiryat
Arba to seize buildings in Hebron
without official sanction. The
militants have become in-
creasingly impatient with the
Cabinet's repeated postponement
of a decision on Hebron. Now.
confident of Begin's support,
they expect to have their way
without taking unilateral action.

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ilanthropy on Decline
Unraveling of Ties That Bind Jews Together'
IK UTA) -
pble contributions
States art- likely to
[years ahead, with
uences both to
ih and welfare
^is country and to
in Israel. In ad-
Cjected decline may
ftial unraveling of
nd Jews together."
Mions are reached
I Martin Cohen, of
in a feature
1980 American
Book. The new
> 80 in the annual
It been published
American Jewish
find the Jewish
ety of America.
Milton Him-
ivid Singer
flCLE. "Trends in
bthropy," Cohen
patent increase in
i in local Jewish
'the U S. from the
[the mid-1970s. In
s, this trend was
the total amount
fide plummeted by
tm 1974.
ae. he continues,
ised has remained
notwithstanding
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Cohen maintains that one of
the main reasons for a pessimistic
outlook for Jewish philanthropy
is the lesser attachment to the
Jewish community by today's
younger Jews, as distinguished
from their elders when they were
young. Present-day younger
Jews, he reports, are
generationally removed from the
immigrant heritage and. "like
members of other ethnic groups,
teas frequently undertake ex-
pressions of religious or ethnic
attachment such as Jewish
charitable giving."
ANOTHER REASON for
pessimism, he adds, is that
"younger Jews have been
shifting away from those oc-
cupations that have been
characteristic for federation
stalwarts; they are entering the
salaried professions rather than
becoming independent ex-
trepreneurs.
The resulting shifts in type of
work (from business to
professions) and sources of in-
come (from self-employed to
salaried) means that younger
Jews will less often enter the pool
of multi-millionaires, that group
which has most generously
supported federation drives in
Leo Mindlin
Everyone Welcome
But Jews: Stay Out
Continued from Page 4-A
program he revived as part of his
polemical posturings to arouse
the Ayatollah. the Kremlin and
everyone else around that from
now on we mean business when,
mouselike, we roar.
1 PASS no judgments here on
the merit of the draft registration
proposal. I make no predictions
about whether or not the funds
BMQM to get it going will past
through the Congress1
I am rompl) -,i> tag that it is in
trouble It is in trouble because il
il ,i call tn arms at a turn- when
the nation has no nal ideals Just
tor starters, America's vital
interest in the Persian Gull i-
rv.ilh I- won \ Hal interest. and
these are two verj different
things
Bui thai > have no
principles is noi onlj true in the
matter of draft registrat ion but in
ever) other face! ol our national
life, as well Our Middle East
polic) is a primary example ol
tins
ISRAEL IS no longer an issue
as expiation for the sin of the
Holocaust and it is a damnable
fraud to lay that one at the feet of
the Germans entirely; we played
our own miserable role in that
one. Forget the French, the
F.nglish. even the Russians, who
also played miserable roles of
their own. So did the Cubans.
Israel is no longer the issue; it
is Araby that is the issue because
\rabv spells oil. And so my end
here is mv beginning. Cubans.
\ es .lews. no.
.lew- no, not the pathetic
remnant ol an ancient Jewish
community in Iran; not the
burned-out roots ol European
lewrj scorched m the furnaces ol
the Holocaust and reborn in the
forests ol I sraeJ
Ink w i. rOO.must end In the
gutless petrodiplomacj ol
American and European e>
::i \
\~ the prison fence rises
around Jews once again, thi-
lime the tragedj ol it is etched
more sharpl) b) our tree im
migration lurnstyle to jusl about
i \ er\ one else
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the past. The shift in source of
income also means that a smaller
faction of total family income
(even if it remains at a high level)
will be of the disposable variety."
A third reason, the author
continues, is the increase in
"alternative" Jewish households:
singles, childless couples, and
divorced or separated in-
dividuals. Since Jewish com-
munal participation may be
heightened by marriage and is
almost certainly increased by the
presence of children in the home,
then the reduction of the
[proportion of conventional
Jewish households means that
"Jewish giving will eventually
suffer."
IN PREVIOUS years, Cohen
points out, Jewish philanthropic
giving was "largely the province
of affluent and relatively
assimilated Jews." Today,
however, "philanthropic activity
is becoming increasingly confined
to those Jews who regularly act
____________________ Page 17-A
out their Jewishness; they
maintain traditional level of
giving even as growing numbers
of less-involved Jews turn away
from philanthropy."
To cope with these negative
factors. Cohen suggested that
Jewish federations, in their own
self-interest, should seek to
stimulate and improve Jewish
involvement by members of the
Jewish community. Among other
policies, he suggests that
federations might make efforts to
incorporate alternative families
into the Jewish community, or
they may choose to focus fund-
raising efforts on those families
who have the greatest propensity
to give, for example, con-
ventional households.
Cohen suggested also that
because of the changing Jewish
occupational picture, fund-
raising efforts should be shifted
from being constructed around
business circles to a con-
centration on the professions. He
also noted that "the classical
preponderance of a small number
of wealthy families in each
community's philanthropic circle
may not obtain in the future
Federation leadership."
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No iO-2274 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
N KK The marriage of
.EON A M\KKCKMAN.
Petitioner Wife
.s
lONALDL ElKMAN.
Respondent Husband
IX) DONALDL ECKMAN
SOS E Orange Avenue
Foley Albania 3*535
vor ARK NOTIFIED thai
ui action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defense*. If
any. to it on DANIEL
Q \; LI P BSQ plaintiffs
attorney, whose addreaa is 2385
do Street. Suite SOB. Coral
Cables. Klonda S31S4 on or
before March 21tt. 1980. 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. 1880
RICHARDP BRINKER
Clark of the Court
B) K Seifned
As IVputvClerk
OMM Feb 22.28.
MarchT. M. I860
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80-31 MFC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The marriage of
MCHOI.INK MARIE
MOUSUCY,
Petitioner
and
DAVIDLEROT MOCSLEY
Respondent
TO DAVID LEROT
MOUSLEY
i Residence I'nknowm
JTOC ftRE HEREBY notified
that a IVIition for PissoIuUon
,>( M..--...:. has been filed
-t you and you are hereby
ed to serves copy of your
. r or other pleading to the
.n on the Petitioner >
rnej MICHAEL A
REICHMAN whose address i>
NV \-..- ... Miami
Klor I and file the
original with UM Clerk of the
.: n orb<
\ :: H
ad against
mo laj

NKER
;irt
;>\ i .. da !' -
I. 21 38. 1M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action No W M3*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N '
V
V .
MacFmrtand
*
H.
Prvv in, la de
- \:res
Ref A.-fjenUna
YOl AKr: HEREBY N
tha: ar. action for Dls
sotutkM of Marriage has beer.
tiied againl you and you are
repaired |Q sen e a copy of your
-. .milMuiKi if any to lion
Mortimer Cohen, attorney
for Petitioner w hose address Is
Ainrtiv H...JIM 14 NE
First A'lmi Mtaaal. Florida
W.. and file the anginal wMh
th clark nf a>i asMw* styled
rouil 'W -* tatam*. n..
itao otherwise a daiamtt wUl
be entered against yow far Us*
relief demanded in the
plaint or prut tor.
This notice shall BebubDahed
once each week tor nor con
secutlve weeks in THB> JEW-
ISHfLORlULA.S
WTTNESS my hand and the
seal of said court ai Miami
Florida on thas 2* day of Feb-
ruary 1MB
RICHARD P BRINKER
As c -at Court
Dade County Florida
By Deborah G Hess
At i wput) Cterfc
O.rcult Court Sea,
Mortimers CBeStt
Miami Florida 33133
At tome- .oner
*3*J Marcr T .
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nwmaer at l7t
D >** t'
aaed
s
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Sol Karp. deceased.
File Number 80-1670. Is pending
In the Circuit Court for Dade
County Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 Weat Flakier Street.
Miami. Florida The names
and addresses of the personal
representatives and the per-
sonal representatives' attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
Claims against the estate and
12i and objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 7. 1880
Personal Representatives
Eva Karp and
Bernlce E. Frank
c o PACKMAN. NECWAHL
A ROSENBERG
1401 Biickell Avenue.
Suite 608
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
Malcolm H Neuwahl
1401 Bnckell Avenue.
Suite 608
Miami Florida 33131
Telephone 358 6220
i*>54 March: 14. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 7*41 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NRE The marriage of
SII.\ \\: X ALMEIDA.
.x -.
and
\ ICTOR ALMEIDA
Husband
TO VICTOR ALMEIDA
, |c Las Floret
Edifi. icEnero.
Apt 202
Caracas v enexeula
N >i %RI HEREBY NOT!
FIEI i thai an action for
iluuon of Marriage has
r0U and you
I
'
ALBERT L CARRI
\ ..: rm;. '
nose ad
Stt Tlh Street M
and file
therwlse a
.. be i
Uon
be |
......
THE fEW
Ui
a
. Miami
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INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Probate No 74*4 2*
Division 31
'
Ml R INTZ
- .>E
U MINISTRATION
UJ PERSONS HA>
CLAIMS OR DEM an; 9
\ UNST SAK) BBTAYI as:
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FtatD mat UM adm tJustratJBH.
ui Uv* Esaaar -*- BAR AH
_* Dadr County Florida has
commenced in the caplioned
proceeding
Y(H ARE HEREBY N(>T1
r I ED AND RFAJt'lREV to file
M c laim* and demands w rsch
you may hava agaJnst the
? -u.se and to file anv cha. lenge
to the va-idity ol the Last V> ui
and Testament offered for
probate if any or any objec- It
SARAH POMEK ANTE
Deceased,
800 West A. enue
Miami Beach Florida JS13B
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
HYMANP GAI-Bl'T Esquire
UALBLT. GAI-BIT
AMENIN. P A
888 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
Telephone 672-3100
rjfJJTi March:. 14. 1880
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 ''
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
\\\ tTRACHTENBERO,
IVceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN-
THE ESTATE
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Anna Trachten
berg deceased. File Number
-H lSw: is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 7! Waal
El.igler Street. Miami Florida
MIM The personal rep
ilative of the estate is
Shirley Simon whose address
CantrsJ Avenue 1-tw
N. York The name
and address of Ox -
rsentatlve'i attomej are
: Lb below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MON ma FROM IHE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI B
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
;,. file with the clerk of the
. court a written state
aim or demand
the) maj have Each
mini be in writing and must
:he claim
. I addreat 'f the
lor or his agent or at
^ and the amount
.-.I I! the claim is not yet
due ihe dale when it will
e due shall be stated If
the claim is contingent or
M nature of the
". shall hi
I :-. is secured the
.bed
, laimant shal. :
:n to
' '
I
\ persons ml
N
mailed arc req-
n runt- i- M' in
mi
-
NOTIC1
. .

;rt
\ M S
A
tED
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V
Uoa to the ^uaUncalloaa of the
Personal Representative
- or jurisdiction of
Court with the Court Dade
'urlhouee 71 West
-ee. Miami Florida
13 1X V* TH IN TH R E E
- iHS FROM THr DATE
7 Mr FIRST
"ICE
HT TO !
a HE FOREVER
RED
EM N- -

. E H
uon ol
day of M .

" AN
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICI
N
engage in business
fictitious name of
9 Professionals Learning
. Spanish at number 1800
-A -:-.n Avenue in Ihe City of
Florida intends to
ter the said name with Ihe
-,e Circuit Court of
Dade Count* Florid*
DATED at North Miami
Beach .Florida. thUlSthdayofi
February 18*0
> IN1AE M!U>:R
"Scott F Bamett
Aliomey lor Appucanl
SiottF Barnett P A
1031 North Miami
Dsach Boulevard
North Miami Beach
Fk.rtdat
Feb an.
Marrh7 14 18A0
INTHECIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Ne m IH7 iCPtll
a n !
M an KOCH
IT* eased

U-L PERSONS HA.
MS "R DEMANDS
t G AIN ST
HER
-

MAN
Dade
-
is 3rd Floor. Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flajtor
Street. Miami. Florida 33130
The personal representative of
this estate la FAYE KOLMAN
KOCH, whose address Is 2016
Bay Drive, Miami Beach.
Florida 33141 The name and
address of the attorney for the
personal representative are set
forth be low-
All persons having claims or
demands against this estate
are required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
t,. file with the clerk of the
above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
claim must be in writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due the date when 11 will
become due shall be stated If
the claim is contingent or un
liquidated, the nature of the un
certainty shall be stated If the
, laim is secured, the security
shall be described The
c laimant shall deliver suf
licient copies of the claim to the
Clerk of the above styled court
kg enable the clerk to mall one
< opy to each personal
representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Nolii e of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE D TE OF THE
EIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
de< edent s w ill the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS : l- MANDS
\M OBJECTION!
FILED WILL Hi- H IRE* ER
. IRKED
\ I'EI I a'. M
this .' day of F
Fa)i KolmanK
UPrrt
of tl-.-
HERMAN KOCH
I e. eased
Kli -' '
Uon on the : day
Mai IBM
\ i
LH Law Ofl
MNSI EE P. FEI
I
ile L-
i.-. i5&:
rona
I 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No H J'UFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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:.\r sraeki in rHl
JEWISH AN
*.I".Na>> SB) r.and and the
-al i* Mid oourl at M.ami
la on thu-* 3rd day of
Marih *
RICHARD P BRINKER
laCkerh Cim uil Court
Dade County Florida
B] K Seifried
AaDeputy CVrrk
i Clrcui t Court Se al i
oasso March: 14 3i jt laao
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN thai the unsirsagiml.
desiring to engage in business
-noVr the flcUtlous names LEO
MARTLN DBA POMPEII
COMMERCIAL A INDUS
TRIAL PARK at 10880 108*0
yuan Roost Drive Intends to
register said names with the
nerk of the Circuit Court of
I ale County Florida
Paula Roth
JMm> Mar ,4 .; || 1MQ
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITlOUSNAME LAW
> titlous name
gn at 30WM SW
said

"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7M2|t| PC
AMENDED ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
St Y.ANNE JORDAN
and
JOHN M JORDAN
TO JOHN M JORDAN
TheTldemark.
Apt No 527
201 Crandon Boulevard
Key Hiscayne Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on JACK R NAGELEY
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 420 IJncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before April 10. 1880
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FIAIRIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 28 day of
February IS*
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I >ade County Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
v- i ip it) ">rk
On uit Court Seal -
v K P. N v IELEY
11 Lincoln Road
M ian m-
Florida 33138
. I iv.
Tier
0*387 Mar.h: 14 21 .' 18ti
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No tvltlJ FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
sNDRI i B M'.P.EAt
IKUEF HARREAl
k '
v ICTION
T>> DEIjCARMEF
It UtRI
\ niE
P BOYI I
PI LE
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si 111
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fore April 4 18*
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTYl
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No WIIMFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n re ;>r rnarna|
v; BEKTU E Ml n: i./.a
MAI'., v BEI VI'.MLNA
Ml I \
*lfe
To MAP.: V BE1.AKMINA
MENDOEA
1301 lakr Avenue
10
MeUine
Louisiana hioos
YOV ARE HEREBY "TOTT
FTED that an action for
Dissolution of Mar nag* has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your w ntlen defenses, if any. to
It on ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE P A attorney tor
Petitioner whose address is
-4 81 NY* 7th Street Miami.
Florida 331X and file tNe
original with the clerk at the
abov e styled court on or before
April 11 1880 otherwise a
WfaiaJt srlli be entered against
yuu for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
Thu> notice snail be published
once each week for four con
ve weeks in THE
\ y:.. irii an
wliNf S3 mj hand and the
urt at M
:. i this 4 My Of March
P. I NKER
uurt
. Florida
rue
A- erfc
leal
. > .a*-
'\
NOTICE OFsr^
CONSTRUCT.vsft!
(no props,;'
INTHE CIRCUIT?^
THEELEVENTTC0U
CIRCUIT OF FL0,
AND FOR DAOEci
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'"LflEVENTM JUDICIAL
0F MARRIAGE
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0 13*0 FC
| ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
| igeof
p: u- iEI i v-: ILLO
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JAKHARACAs : ILLO
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Marriage has
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"THE UKCUIT COURT OF
fHEELfcvENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80-217} FC
FAMIL> DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
ji'.,.1 ""0'
IAIUAK UN sSCHROEDTER
I1 n Wife
\ '' SMES
OUMI UTER
I ilenl Husband
WIUJ sM JAMES
SCHROEDTER
M S CasinoCenter, u
LesVi gas. Nevada 89101
"" RE NOTIFIED that
. '. ii.ii for DISSOLUTION
"ARrUAOB has been filed
rou ami yuu are
J lerveai opyof your
Pttenanawei and defenses if
K,..1" on DANIEL
ESQ plaintiff '
whose address Is MM
I Suite BOB Coral
E J '<"'' J81S4 an or
I -1st I two. and
riglnal with the .-lerk
court ...th.-r before
on plaintiff's attorne)
thereafter
leteull will be
' von fur in.
' I in the
S i> hand and the
- court on February
II HAKDP BRINKBR
Court
B) K Selfi
'i.Tk
Feh B 29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 M* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The marriage of
Miriam Veles.
Petitioner wife.
and
joea Velea,
Respondent Husband
TO JOSE VKI.EZ
70 Summer Str.-et
I 'IMlr New Jersey
Yot ARC HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
I liaaoluUon of Marriage has
Im'.'ii filed against you and you
quired to sen o .. op) :
written defenses if any to
it on AHTMIIt II UPSON
attorn*) for Petitioner, whose
addreta is 1315 Northwest 17
Street, Suite 110 B, Miami
Florida, and file the original
with the lerk of the above
-tv ted ourt on or before M
28 I9S0; oUmtwIm default
win be entered againal you for
Hi., raltel demanded in the
i umplalnl or petition
rtu.- notice shall be published
once each w.-.-k for four con
in THE JEVl
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS tnj hand and the
teal ol il oourt at Miami
Florida on thU Ml daj
RICH \ltl' P BRINKER
\ -. l.i k I'm nit Court
[lade Count) Florida
B) I Tartnda Hn.w n
\-. I teput) I i.'rk
Cln Ull lrt Seal
Fab .'M.
March I u H i!"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 7? I}2 FC II
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the
\dopUon of
,i mtnoi child
B)
.ii \ 1:1 us i in i.
Petitioner
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
I". i CLEARANCE
KMMANI KI
lAt-KlKWII I IAMS
RESIOENCE UNKNOWN
VIM ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of a
mliH.i ha> been filed and you
are required t11 8enm copy of
yuu 1 written objection. If any
io II on II II BRODY, ESy
attorney for PatlUonar. whose
addn I NE Ml SI
n M 11 IH IS163, on or baton
Man ii 2fl i>" and file the
original with the clerk of thut
court either before service 00
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
\i >< IITI" >N petition
WITNESS m> hand and the
eal oi ihte Court on February
MO
RICHARD P BRINKER
\., Clei k oi the Court
B) \ Bai
\- I lep
Fel
Man h I H
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 IS669FC
104)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE I'll-' "1
MARIEI.ACAMPOH I
M \i::i .1. \ MON rOY v
I 'etllioner
.111.1
i>SI ANTONIO CAMPOS
Reepondenl
ni j< i>t \n ninio
c 1MPOS
.'.u rera.
No
it.H no .), Fatima
n i.t \ I lepartemento
del\ ail.-
COLOMBIA
Yi)f ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
ii... been filed and commenced
in this Court and > ou are
required to nerve a copy of your
written defeneee, II any, to it.
on CARLOS M MENDEZ, Eaq
Vltorne) for Petitioner, whose
addreaa i> i'MHS W Ith Avenue
111 At.F. All. Florida. :t.tOll>. and
file the original with the Clerk
of the stvled I'ourt on or before
\pril IS, 1MH'. otherwise a
defaull *ill be entered against
MMI tor the relief prayed for In
the omplalnl or petition
Thla notice shall be publUhed
on, eai ii w.-.k tor tour i oj
-,-, .it n weeks in THE
JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
WITNESS nn hand ana the
aval ol said Oourl > Miami
Florida onthU .'arch.
I8S0
RICHARD P BRINI
\ 'lerk Cln
Dade Count) Floi
in C I" Oopelan i
\-. i leput) i li
i arioe m I

) lialeah Fl
M nej foi PetltK I
is.;*?. lui 21.28.
April!. 188<'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFCR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-3)7) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
IN RE The Marriage of
KICHAKDK ZIENTEK,
Petitioner Husband
va
RUTHE ZIENTEK
Reapondent Wife
TO KI Til K ZIENTEK
ill'West Hills Road
Huntington Station
Ne York H746
YOU AUK NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE has been tiled
againal you and you are
required to sen a i opt of your
litten answer and defei
any, to it on DANIEL
U M.l.l P ES(J plaintiffs
atior ne) w hoar address
Sal/.-,to Street Suite 309 I oral
Uablea Florida .1,11^4 on or
\|ir il 18, IMH11. and file
the original with the clerk ol
tins i ourt eithei before servli .
on plaintiff attorne) or im
medlatel) thereaftei other
.. defaull will be entered
nal you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS mi hand and the
eal of thla .ourt on March B,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk oi the Court
B) 11<
\-1 leput) <"lerk
Man hit .
Apr;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 1789 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage ol
OLCJAC FIQI EREDO
Petitioner,
and
LEONARDO FIOUE RE DO,
Respondent
TO LEON IRDO
FIOl EREDO
i'iK- 1-61 ST
INF 1M1
APONEVi YORK
.IV7il
Y"l ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that 1 Petition for
DlaaoluUoil of >our Marriage
haa been filed and commenced
in tins I'ourt and you are
1 squired to ser\ a copy ol your
written defenses if am to it
on CARLOS M MENDEZ,
EStj Attorne) for Petitioner
wiM.s.- ad Sea W 4th
Avenue H1ALEAH, Florida.
mi.' and file the original with
tii. Clerk of the otyledCourt on
01 before April l* 1980; other
wise a default win t.e entered
the relief
pi ,.k ed tor .:: the omplalnl or
ion
all be published
, week foi foul
it 1 vi *eeki in THE
: -11 FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
,\ 1 NESS :n> hand and the
irl ,t Miami
lay ol Mai. 11
KICHARDP BRINKER
\-1
ByC i' '"opeland
MM
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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
that Marcl 25th
iMHii at
publli auction to the highest
biddi ml) al Barbon
. In. till NW
Miami Florida >
- Men ede* Beni Serial No
:; ,i.a.i;i..-1-
OgeOH March 11 IHH0
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
i-ubii. notice is hereb) given
thai on Tueadav, March 25th,
1980al 1" 00 A M we will sell at
public auction to the lushest
Ettddei lor cash only at Barbon
Towing Service Inc 1111 NW
10Street Miami, Florida a 1977
Porche serial No 9:'472037aa
March 14. 1980
is
AFFIDAVITUNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
ST M"E OF FLORIDA
CO! NTY OF D M'l
The undersigned underoath
a) 11 is the intention of tne
undersigned Io .!!;.> In '
business enlerprlsi undei the
11. tin.hi- name ol CHECK
m \ !! located at 8T0I No
(.mutt \ Club Price in till
Miami Dade County
Florida
riios. interested in said
,.m,.,; .. 1 the extent of
the inten
follow
la)
p11 Bos
Hallandal.
nfield
s Country Clul
14. Si.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICF. IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
CACHITA MARKET at 1118
Normandie Drive. Miami
Beach, Florida. 3,1141 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade County, Florida
MAR EX ENTERPRISES,
Inc
William it Vasques,
PRESIDENT
0SS18 March 14. 21.2k.
April 4. 1980
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
STATE OF Fl.nRIDA
'' II NTY Ml-' DADE
-.-
The undersigned underoath.
It is the intention of the
undersigned to engage In
business enterprise pursuant to
Florida statutes ..'. litluiis name 1- FASHION
rRADE PUBLICATIONS
located at Suite 113, me Lin
1 oin Road Building, In the city
ot Miami Beach Dade County,
Florida
Those Interested In said en
lerprlse, and the extent of the
n it ol each, 1-- as follow -
FASHION TRADE
PI BLICATIONS INC
im percent ownership
Prool ot publication of this
Intention to register, is filed
herewith, pursuant to the pro
\ tsiona of law
w BILLOLICK
President of
FASHION TRADE
PUBLICATIONS, INC
Suite 312
one Lincoln Road Hullding
Miami Beach Florida 33139
08617 March 11 21, SB;
April 4 1MWI
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 2600 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In r the mar 1 lag.- ot
IOYCES BRYANT
1 'etitn ner
an.I
M \KK BRY \NT
Reapondent
NOTICE OF action
TO MARK BRYANT F.2
i'i > A. 124 MA1NT
UN 2ND Al)
FORT HOOD. TEXAS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
mat 1 lag-' has been filed
againal you and you are
required to set ^ e a copy of your
wi itten defenses, if any. to it on
II H BRODY, ESQ., attorney
in I'elilioiicr. whose address Is
NE l7 St., N M B FL
on or before March 2X.
and file the original with
lerk of this court either
. rvlce on Petitioner or
immediate!) thereafter; other
1 k fault ill be entered
against y.u lor the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS in;, hand and the
irt on Feb 20

RICH \KI P BRINKER
is Clerk ol the 1 'ourt
1.1 Brown
\-1 leputy Clerk
. 1
MalaJJ .. Li. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case NO. SO 2558
Family Division
ini;i igeol
Respondent w ife
NOTICE BY PI BLICA l'H'N
YOI I.l CITA REGIS Rui
.. k n No. de Shop Cap
Hail ten Haiti art hereby noti-
fied to serve a cop) ol your
Vnswer to the Petition For 1 Its
olutlon Ol Marriage filed
igaiiis! \ou up.'n Husbands
Homes GEORGE NICHO
\- Edgi IRE 612 NW 12th
.venue Miami. Florida 88188
and file original with the Clerk
ol the Oourl on or before March
so otherwise the I'etillon
will be onfsssed b) vou
DATED this 20 day of Fob
111.il > 1080
Richard 1' Hrinker. Clerk
in Clarlnda Brown
Deputv Clerk
ijHSSB Feb 29;
March?. 14. 21.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
.;l\KN that the under sign..I
desiring to engage In business
mulct the fictitious name
si \i'E TITLE RE \l.TYCOM
I'AM al 8100 Ponce de Leon
Blvd Coral Gables Florida,
intends to register said name
willi the Clerk of the Cr
Court Ol I M.I.-County Florida
LTE TITLE
ki \; : -i COMPANY
.1 Florida
, Partnership
Smith Mandlei Smith
...
and Ft led 1 I
late
1'itlc Realt) Company
a Florid
I'artni 1
ill 1 Lincoln H '..
Miami Bea. h Fia SS18S
\. u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80-3))) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
WESTMORE MORTIMER
Petitioner.
.in.)
UEORGINA MORTIMER
Respondent
NOTICE OF action
TO GEORGINA MORTIMER
P () BOX NS817
BIGPQWN
SUBDIVISION
NASSAI BAHAMAS
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that
an a. tion lor dissolution of
marriage has been filed
igalnsl you and you ..r.
requli ed to p) of your
w r1tt.11 defenses II any, to it on
It II BRODY attorney for
Petitioner, who-.- a.idr.
NE 187 SI n M h Fla
33162 on or before April 18,
imi file the original with
the lerk oi this 1 ourt either
before sei % Ice on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter; other
, defaull win be cut.-red
nst you for the
.nit.-.i in in.....mplainl or
petition
W ITN ESS my hand .11 I
-...I ot this COUII .11 Man h B
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- 1 'lerk ol the 1 'our t
Hy'larinda Brown
\- I leput) Clerk
. a Man 1
-Huiii. USD
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3319 FC
ACTIOfi FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I N RE The marriage ol
M M RICE SI PPLICE
petitioner
MARIE %NGE -1 PPLICE
Respondent
in MARIE INGE
SI PPLICE
Rue Paves 112
Port an Prince
Haiti
vui ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed againsl you and you
.in- required to serve copy of
your w rillen .lei.-uses, if any. to
It on HOWARD HILL BEN-
NETT, attorney for
Petitioner whose address is 19
A. .1 Flagler Street Suite 520
Ulacayne Hldg Miami.
Florida 88130, and file the
original with the clerk of Ins
above it) led court on or before
April is. 1880. otherwise a
defaull will be entered against
>ou lor the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
on. ... week fur four con-
Itlve w.-eks in THE
IEWISH FLORID1 vn
WITNESS my hand and the
seal "I s.int court at Miami
l-'lor Ida on this 5 dB) Ol Man h
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
\sClerk.On .it court
Dade Count) I-
lu M ) Hartnetl
is Di
-.
d Hill n.
Mum'
. ..

\; I
INTME CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80 3336 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
. \ RE the "
SAMl'l A MS
and
IE \NNi- [TE WILLI VMS
Respondent
NOTICE OF \''
ro :i \NNh ITE
WILLIAMS
I000TRIN1 rv \^ K
n 11D
BRONX N Y
YOt ARK NOTIFIED that
.111 action foi dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you ars
required to sen s a copy of youi
W 1 Itten ,1.'lenses if any. to It on
h h BRODY, attorney for
I'etitioiiei whose address Is
NE 167 ST N M H FLA
33163 on or before April ii
1080, and file the original with
the clerk ol this court either
before sei > Ice on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
againsl vou foi th relict
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
: thla COUI On March S.
1080
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clerk ol the Court
B) Clarlnda Brown
\- Deput) Clerk
March 14.21 28
Anwi 1 iww
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
desiruig to engage In business
the fit lltioua name 1 lai
1 .,, ii 1 an. ii 1298 NW
Miami
intends to registei said name
with the cierk ol the Circuit
1 '.mi 1 ot 1 lade .'ounlj Florida
1 K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-3334 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
I n re the marriage of
PHILLIP CHEN
Petitioner
and
ELAINE CHEN
Respondent
NOTICE OF a< tion
TO ELAINE CHEN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOt ARE NOTIFIED that
M ,ot ion for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
again*) you and you are
I equlred to serve a copy of your
written del.rises, if anv to it on
II II BRODY attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
\i n 11 it Fla
. on or before April 8
and 1 lie the original with the
1 |ei k ol 'In- .ourt either 1.
on Petitioner or im
mediately there,liter other
w 1-1 .. ,i. faull will he enb 1 d
againsl you tor the relief
demanded .1 the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
irt on Mar. h 5.
KICHARDP BRINKER
VsClerl
h, 'in mda Brown
\- I ..puts
Mai '. .
i
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80-3377 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE Thi m u 1 lagi
DENS1L ALEXANDER
REYNOLDS
Petitioner
and
MARLENE 1ATRICIA
WAI.C err REYNOLDS.
Respondent
yot MARLENE
PATRICIA WALCOTT REY
NoLDs 12 Antonio Drive,
Independence City. Gregory
Park Lost Office st
Catherine Jamaica. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO
KILE your written response to
this action for dissolution of
marriage w ith the Clerk of the
above Oourt, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys.
SAIL T VON ZAMFT and
BAMI EL E SMITH, 1320 S
Dixie Highway. Suite 850. Coral
Gables, Florida 33146. on or
before the lKth day of April.
lUhii else the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage will be
taken as 1 ante >eed
DATED March5.1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
By K Selfned
puty Clerk
.fir cuit Court Seal 1
I860, March 14.21.28:
_______________________April
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring to engage In buali
the fli lltioua name LEX
LABORATORIES al SS83 N v\ -
' iml Fla
nda to register said
name with the Clerk ol the
1 inty
[NC
\- -
NOTICE OF ~^ 10..
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUITCOUPTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT 1
Civil Action No 80 230* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
LD
-
and
RAI LD
a k a
BE \n:;.' I \i:\
Rt ipondenl W ifc
1'. UK' \I'HI/.I RAt I.l'
a k ..
BE \ rRIZ I RA
s.u: Joaquln ISM
3ei p.so IVpto 4
Poblaclon Aleasandrl,
San Miguel Santiago
CHILE
YOI ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition foi
Dissolution Ol your Marriage
has been Hied and commenced
in this Court and you are
1 ...juu e.l to sei \.- .1 copy of your
written defenses II any, to it
on CARLOS M MENDE7,
Eaq attorney for petitioners
whose addles- is 2983 W ith
Avenue. HI ALE AH. Florida.
33012, and file the original with
the Clerk of the stvled Court on
01 before March 21 1980
otherwise a default will be
entered against you tor the
icliel prayed for in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be publish.-.i
once eat h week for four con
seculive weeks in THE
JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
M IA MI
W ITNESS m> hand and Un-
seal of said Court at M
Florida, on this 14 day of
Febi .
RICHARD 1' HRINKER
\s Clerk Cll cult Court
Dade Count) Florida
By Clai bids Bi
\ Clerk
'
v 11 i enue
Attorne) tor Petltl
March 11 11*"


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lolocaust Day 1980
;eremonies April 13
inner to Honor Helene Berger
~,reat*r Miami Jewry will be
L with other communities
n5out America on Apr. 13
Tcommunity wide remem-
|nce and memorial for the
Joo 000 J*wn victims of the
orld War 11 Holocaust.
"iflich Theater of the
.rming Arts beginning at
Epm. an-being sponsored by
[ (ireaier Miami Jewish
[deration' Community
gtioM Committee and the
ibbin.cal Association of
vater Miami with additional
meial wPPrt provided by the
jj of Miami Beach and Dade
funtv
[A |3 the first day of a
Lk Ions commemorative period
Ml, .,- Holocaust Week
the President's Commission
[the Holocaust
Ukthik j. goldberg.
Vmer United States Supreme
bun Justice and Cnited States
to the United
Lion- will b< principal speaker
[[ru.:. which will also
tluiir part* ipation by a 300-
fjce children choir and the
hibition ol a series >f murals
picting the Holocaust created
school children (rum Jewish
Kjgioui and d i> schooli in Hade
lunt)
(Goldberg will present the
ghteous Gentile Award to
nn< I im (iustafson. Danish
nsul in Miami, on behalf of the
_nish people and their role in
Iving the lives of that country's
-sduring World War II.
|l)a\id Schaecter, Miami in-
istnalist and philanthropist.
bo is also a survivor of Ausch-
%u. Huchenwald and
lauthau-en concentration
Dps, will recount his ex-
nences a-- an adolescent living
kderthe Nazi terror.
[DADK COUNTY clergymen of
faiths have been invited to
in a procession ol clergy who
Arthur QoUtbtrg
will also participate in the
ceremonies at the theater, which
will be dominated by a massive
15-foot-high monument on the
stage.
The monument, in the form of
a huge gravestone, will include
the names of the various Nazi
concentration camps in
prominent letters, along with
space for memorial candles to be
lit in memory of the 6.000.000
Jewish victims.
Norman I.ipoff. chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community
Relations Committee which is
coordinating the Apr 13 event.
said that "it is appropriate that
Miami joins in Holocaust Day
observances along with the other
major communities of America
which are doing their part to
ensure that the memory of the
destruction of European Jewry
will not die."
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami
and co-chairman with Lipoff of
the event, said that "in addition
to local synagogue observance of
Holocaust Day, the Greater
Miami Jewish community must
stand united as a whole and tell
the world that we shall not
forget.'"
it the Polls
Reagan, Carter Win;
ieach Development Passes
I untj joined Broward
the the state of
la> in going to the
Us, wh.n voters voiced their
1 i ference and also
* iety of consti
ponal amendments and local
lies
much lower turnout than
tiiipat.tl s,iw 45 percent of
Floridians going to the polls
statewide In Dade County, a
little more than l in-3 registered
voter-, some36percent, followed
suit
On Miami Beach, the South
Shore Redevelopment Plan was
the hot tost kKal belie in years.
blanketing voter interest in
Continued on Page 3-B
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Mrs. Adolph (Helene) Berger,
community leader and immediate
past president of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
will be honored at the annual
CAJK Dinner to be held on
Thursday evening, March 20. at 6
p.m. at the Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Berger has been a long-
time leader in the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and serves on
its board of directors. She also
presently serves as the president
of the Women's Division of the
GMJF, as well as on the National
Cabinet of the Women's Division
of the Council of Jewish
Federations and this year will
serve on the Executive Com-
mittee of the National Council.
Mrs. Berger has been a
member of the Budget and
Planning Committee on
Kducation. Culture and Religion
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation since 1973 and still
serves on the board of directors of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Kducation.
Helene Herder
Her past community activities
included a three-year mem-
bership on the Dade County
Commission on the Status of
Women, chairman of adult
education for Beth Torah
Congregation and charter
president of the Highland Oaks
Parent Teacher Association
As Al Golden, chairman of the
dinner and president of CAJE
has said: "It is a source of great
satisfaction to count this
dynamic woman as a personal
friend. She certainly continued
.he tradition of great presidents
of our agency, A. B. Wiener and
Gwen Weinberger. If one were to
sum up what Helene is, the one
word that occurs to me is doer.
"In honoring her. we honor our
CAJE. A special thanks to her
husband, Adolph, who also
recognizes the importance of our
work, in sharing her with us.
Helene. we can only wish you
strength and good health to
continue your mitzvot," said
Golden.
Mrs. Berger is married to
Adolph Berger, a builder who is
currently president of the
Builders Association of South
Florida, and also active in the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. They have two
children: Mark, a medical
student at the University of
Miami, and Bonnie, a freshman
at Brandeis.
Beach Region Hadassah Sets Conference
Mrs. Jean Feinberg. president
of the Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah. announces the
region's second Annual Spring
Conference to be held at the
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach.
April 27-29.
The conference, whose theme is
Dreams. Challenges and
Reality Stepping Stones on
the Path of Progress" will gather
together representatives from the
35 chapters comprising the
Miami Beach Region of
Hadassah.
The following appointments
relative to the conference have
been announced:
President: Jean Feinberg.
Conference Chairman. Betty
Miller; Workshop Coordinator:
SysdsvScheul. National Advisor
to Conference: Mrs. Samuel
(Gladys) Zales. national vice
president: Conference Committee
Jean Feinberg
Treasurer: Esther Boyarin:
Arrangements. Mollie Weinberg;
Expeditor: Lottie Zaimoff;
Awards: Sarah Gladstone:
Boutique: Betty and Joseph
Kestenbaum. Table Decorations:
Daisv Bayzler. Ida Behar.
Also Delegates Kits: Chair-
man, Tillie Yates. Florence
Gordon. Marion Glazer and
Frances Glazer: Hospitality
Kits: Chairman. Jackie Hechter.
Eleanor Potash and Thelma
Sheckter: Hostess: Co-Chairmen.
Helen Cohen and Ann Yarrow:
Publicity: Jackie Hechter;
Registration: Faye Yarrow.
Barbara Lowenstein. Dorothy
Birenbaum: Single Tickets:
Chairman. Edie Appleman.
Rebecca Muravchick and Lee
Jassie; Visual Aids: Pauline
Lessem.
The conference, which will
commence Sunday morning.
April 27. and terminate Tuesday
afternoon. April 29. will contain a
series of workshops throughout
and culminate with a luncheon.
Further information is
available by contacting the
regional offices of Miami Beach
Hadassah.
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A Geriatric Library has been dedicated in memory' of Dr
Meyer Beber at the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
ged al Douglas Gardens. It will house a major collection of
research material on geriatrics and gerontology
I he Meyer Beber Geriatric Library was donated by Dr.
Beber a wife Lillian, a resident of Belle Isle, and sons Dr. Charles
Beber and Dr. Bernard Beber. both of Miami.
The library, located in the Gordon Medical Center of the
Home, 151 NF 52nd St.. Miami, will contain stacks of texts and
journals ()n gerontology. It will be a research center for health
care professionals and students in the field, and will acquire
current sources on an ongoing basis.
Meyer Beber was a pioneer in the practice and teaching of
cnronic tare for geriatric patients in Omaha. Neb. before moving
to Miami He was a professor of medicine at the University of
Vhraska College of Medicine, having earned Ph.D. and M.D
I
I r Charels Beber is the medical director and a member of the
lol directors of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for
Bd He is a clinical associate professor of medicine at the
^ niu-rsity of Miami School of Medicine and chairman of the
' Of the American Geriatric Society. Dr. Bernard Beber is a
' "-'in Miami.
innounciiig the dedication. Albert Ossip. president of the
>e ish Home, said "The dedication of such a library in a
imunit) where the proportion of elderly to the general
is considerably higher than the national average
contribution. We are all beneficiaries of the Beber
:>plication of geriatric medicine
Over 300 families will gather
Sundav. March 16. to witness the
groundbreaking ceremonies of
the new facility of Temple Samu
El. a conservative temple serving
the South Dade area.
The 4 p.m. ceremony, to be
attended by local governmental
dignitaries as well as
representatives of the Jewish
community. will mark the
beginning of construction of the
t.rst phase of a complex which
will eventually house expanded
educational facilities, a social hall
and a sanctuary
The first phase, according to
Dr Jack Brenner and Don
Martin, chairmen of the building
committee. will contain
classroom facilities, offices, social
hall area, sanctuary area and a
playground. The new site is
located at 152nd Avenue juat
south of Kendall Drive
I, n.ple Samu El was originally
founded in July Ifl the
Conservative Congregation ot
Kendale l-akes. It is presently
housed on the second floor of the
Capital Bank Building. 8900 SW
107 Ave.
The original three family
membership has grown to over
300 families, according to Manuel
Diner, president of the
congregation. The religious
school has an enrollment of more
than 220 students.
The new facility," states
Rabbi Edwin Farber. who has
been with the synagogue for the
last four years, "will not only
give us the breathing space we so
desperately need, but will also
allow us to expand the
educational, religious and social
programs that the synagogue
offers'*
The establishment of a pre-
school is slated for September,
and congregants will be able to
hold their Bar Bat Mitzvah
receptions in the new social hall
area, the rabbi points out. "The
celebration of family Simchas
such as weddings. Bar Bat
Mitzvah receptions in the
synagogue adds a very
important religious dimension
and we look Forward to such
celebrations in our new home."
The architectural firm of
Greenleaf-Telesca designed the
building.
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^^ ..._____ .~4 Cantor David Kuseviwky
The third annual Cantorial
Concert, sponsored by Temple
Bnai Zion of Miami Beach and
Sunnv Isles, will be presented
March 19 at 8 p.m. at the temple.
according to Harry Giber,
synagogue president
Cantor David Kusevksky. who
occupies a prestigious cantonal
pulpit in New York, will come to
Miami Beach for this one-night
concert
In addition, the opera and
concert personality. Rosalie
Williams will appear on the
program The evening"s concert
will also feature a special senes of
songs presented by the temple s
own Cantor Yehouda Binyamin
Max Kneger. chairman, and
Abe Weiss, co-chairman, of the
Arrangements Committee have
issued an invitation to all area
residents to attend the concert
Cantor David Kusevitsky is
the remaining scion of a
traditional family of noted
cantors. The brothers Kusevitsky
have been in the forefront of the
art of cantonal liturgy in Europe.
Israel. South Africa and the
United States
Rabbi Jacob S. Green, spiritual
leader of Temple Bnai Zion. will
greet the audience attending the
concert presentation.
Technion Groups to Hear Dr. Teller
^^^^^^^MN^MBBaMHBB ami i the < >nl
Sam B. Topf. president of the
Greater Miami Chapter.
American Technion Society,
announced that Dr Edward
Teller will be speaking at the
Michael Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center. North Miami
Beach, on Monday. March 24. at
8pm
Dr. Teller served as the
director of the Manhattan
Project and is recognized as one
of the world's leading nuclear
scientists A recipient of the
Technion's Harvey prize. Teller
will speak on Energy. From
Heaven and Earth "
Teller is an avid spokesman on
behalf of the Technion-Israe'
Dr Edit ani Tel:,
Institute of Technology The
5 Israel's oldest
Technion
Tropical Cancer Luncheon Meeting
The next regular luncheon
meeting of American Medical
Center Cancer Research Center
and Hospital will be held on
Friday. March 21 at noon at the
Montmartre Hotel. Miami Beach
Sally Greenfield, pantomimist-
mimic. will present a program
Flection of officers will be held
Information is available by
contacting Kea Foland or I.il
Weiuner
'Olden Is Golden' Program Set
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tht-m with current values in a
changed social)
On Wednesday. March 26, at 1
p.m she will present to the JCC
Social Seniors another program.
Instant Yiddish and Si
to Match, a Yiddish wit and
humor presentation.
Olden Is Golden, an original
narrative script, will be presented
b> Girt Bossak to the Golden
Age Friendship Club of the South
Jewish Community Center,
on Sundav. March 16. at 1 p m It
will focus on the traditional
cultural values brought to
American from the East
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Community to Mark Anniversary of Sharansky Arrest
The Greater Miami Jewish Jewish artivist now serviruz a 13- ., W*0#V|J ^E/ / V&1
The Greater Miami Jewish
community will be joining the
.!,>- throughout the world this
Saturday morning to mark the
third anniversary of the arrest of
AnatoK Sharansky, the Soviet
Jewish activist now serving a 13-
year prison and labor camp
sentence in Soviet Asia for his
activities in the Jewish
emigration movement.
At the Polls
Reagan, Carter Win;
Beach Development Passes
Continued from Page 1-B
which presidential hopefuls
should get how many state
delegates
In a surprisingly historical
victory, 13.211 Miami Beach
voters approved the plan, which
will grant a "little Venice" of
canals, luxury condominiums and
hotels on 260 acres of the South
provide improved low cost
housing for 6,800 residents now
living there in substandard
housing and replacing that
housing with a $1 billion luxury
lort
A TOTAL of 8.988 Miami
voters said "no" to the
plan for an overall victory of 59.6
percent of the voters concerned
approving in 40of 41 precincts.
In the Democratic presidential
primary with 2.814 out of 3,584
precincts reporting, President
-wept the field by a
ink; t>2 precincts, with
522,386 over challenging Sen.
Edward Kennedy's 175.376, or 21
nt
Other also-rans were California
Go\ Jerry Mrown. who garnered
i" or 5 percent; Richard H
Kaj 16,092, representing 2
pi nt; and "no preference," a
! 10 percent
In the Republican primary,
with 1.213 of 3,584 products
ing, it was former
1 !ov Ronald Reagan in
. all the way. He captured
' W >r 57 percent ol Honda's
OOP
BEHIND HIM wen former
I 1 \ Chief George Mush, with
"or 30 percent; Rep John
Anderson. 43.534, or 9 percent:
Tennessee Sen. Howard Baker,
who had previously dropped out
of the race. 5.249. or 1 percent;
and former Texas Gov. John
Connally. also since departed
from the campaign. 3,551 votes,
or 1 percent.
The biggest surprise was the
10 percent of Democratic
Floridians who voiced a "no
preference" for president. In the
1976 campaign, only 2.9 percent
said they had no preference.
Only in Kroward County did
Sen. Kennedy defeat President
Carter and then by 75 votes
49.111 to 49.036. In Dade
County. President Carter gar-
nered a less impressive 49 percent
over Kennedy's 34 percent.
A poll by ABC-TV and the
Associated Press tested the
opinions of South Florida's heavy
Jewish vole and showed that 50
percent of the Jewish voters
favored Sen Kennedy as com-
pared to 33 percent for President
Carter.
WHITE HOUSE Presidential
Secretary Jody Powell,
responding to the results of the
poll, attributed them to the fact
hat Jewish voters were dis-
affected by President Carter's
nafff on March 1 at the United
Nations, where he instructed the
U.S. delegation to vote in favor of
a resolution condemning Israeli
settlements and Jewish oc-
cupation of Jerusalem as illegal
Powell said that the Jewish
backlash must also have con-
tributed to the io percent "no
preference" vote for a presi
dential candidate.
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The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry (SFCSJ), a
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
Relations Committee, has called
upon Greater Miami Jewry to
show their support for Sharansky
with special programs and
services at area synagogues
In addition, the South Florida
Conference has asked concerned
individuals in the community to
sign and disseminate petitions to
President Leonid Brezhnev
calling for Sharansky's release.
Shepard King. SFCSJ
chairman, has asked that the
Jewish community continue its
letter writing campaign to United
States congressmen as well to
Sharansky himself, at UCHR
5110 1. UE. Moscow. RSFSR,
USSR.
Sharansky's arrest on March
15. 1977 will be commemorated in
Miami this year with special
Sabbath services to be held in
synagogues throughout Dade
County. A special children's
service will be conducted by
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff at Bet
Breira Congregation in South
Dade.
A 32-year-old mathematician.
Sharansky has been attempting
to obtain an exit visa from the
Soviet Union since 1973. He and
his wife Avital were married on
July 4. 1974. but Mrs. Sharansky
was forced to emigrate the day
following the wedding. Now an
Israeli citizen. Avital Sharansky
has made obtaining her
husband's release her full time
occupation.
Sharansky had been jailed off
and on since 1973 for his pro-
emigration activities, but was
arrested and accused on March
16, 1977 of treason "for spying on
behalf of the United States to the
detriment of the Soviet State."
He was held in Moscow's
I-efortovo Prison for six months
in solitary confinement, lived
under the constant threat of a
death sentence and was deprived
of his right to obtain acceptable
legal counsel.
Anatoly Sharansky
Sharansky is now serving his
13 year prison sentence for
espionage in Chistopol Prison, an
institution for criminal prisoners.
He has been denied visits with
his family as well as basic
medical care.

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Jewish Community Center.______________________________________
Temple Israel to Honor
Nathan, Sophia Gumenick
Two Miami philanthropists.
'Nathan and Sophia Gumenick.
will be honored by Temple Israel
of Greater Miami at a testimonial
dinner Sunday evening. March
16, in the temple's Wolfson
Auditorium.
Scheduled to address the
gathering of several hundred
friends and well-wishers of the
couple is religious and
educational leader Dr. Alfred
Gottschalk. president of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
He will be joined by U.S. Sen.
Richard Stone of Florida, an
outspoken proponent of strong
i ties between U.S. government
I and the State of Isrel. Sen. Stone
i serves as a member of the
i Agricultural. Foreign Relations
! and Veteran's Affairs Com-
mittees.
In 1969. a benefaction of the
tiumenicks was the ar-
chitect urally dist inguished
Chapel of Temple Israel that
bears their names. The structure
has been cited as one of the moat
imaginative religious buildings in
America. The couple also donated
j generously to the temple's retreat
I in South Dade County
Gumenick, a leading real estate
executive, has been active in
many community causes. He is a
tounder of Ml Sinai Medical
Center of Miami Beach: and the
Xathan and Sophia (lunnnick
couple are benefactors of the
(>pera Guild of Greater Miami
Dr. Gottschalk. who hold
even honorary degrees from -i\
unversities. ha- been president of
Hebrew Union College since
IHT1. The institution is the center
of rabbinical learning for Reform
Judaism in the United States He
is the author ol over 60 articles
and books that deal with the
problem- ot education, value-
and Jewish and world history
Reservations lot the
testimonial dinner are available
by calling the temple office
There will l>e no fund raising at
theev. nt it-elf.
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Luncheon Slated
The Shaloma Chapter of
Hadassah will have their Youth
Aliyah luncheon Wednesday.
March 19. at noon at the Kden
Roc Hotel. Miami Beach.
A Kosher meal will be served
with entertainment sponsored by
Chase Federal Bank
Chairmen are Mrs. Claire
Stoessel and Mrs. Leonore Bogin
Program chairman is Mrs. Clara
Spinner.
Schreiber to Speak
Dade County Commissioner
Barry D. Schreiber will speak on
"The American Jew A Jewish
Perspective" at a congregational
breakfast at Temple Beth Am.
The event is set for Sunday.
March 16. at 9:30 s.m.
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Yiddish Festival to Start March 23
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A week-long Yiddish Cultural
Festival will he held during the
week beginning March 23 by the
.Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, which has
branches in North Miami Beach
South Hade. Miami Beach and
Hollywood.
The festival, which focuses on
the lives of Jewish immigrants
who fled Eastern Europe for the
United States during the late
19th and early 20th centuries
opens on Sunday. March 23. with
an all-dav Yiddish Folk Fair on
the grounds of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center in North Miami Beach.
The fair will feature a wide
range of exhibits, demon-
strations, entertainment, food
and cultural attractions. All will
relate to the fair's theme "Only
in America the Jewish-
American Experience in the
United States."
During the week following the
fair, the festival will continue
with special programs at each of
the JCC's regional centers. These
include:
South Dade JCC. 12401 SVV
102 St.. Miami: Scenes from the
American-Jewish Musical
Theater'' with Avram Arnold and
Arnold Solvay; "Jewish Music-'
with Cantor Sol Breeh; and
Jewish Poetry and Literature'
with Rabbi Stanley Gerstein.
w Michael-Ann Russell JCC.
18900 NF 25 Ave.. North Miami
Bench "Our Jewish Composers'
with Yumile Quintana: "Our
Heritage Now and Then with
Marilvn C.eschiver. and Jewish
Influence in Our Government
with Mina Winnick.
Hollywood JCC. 2838
Harrison St Hollywood: YNho
Says Yiddish is Dying'' with
Rabbi Moshe Bomzer; Growing
Up In The Shtetl. the Scheme of
Jewish Life' with Flame
Goldstein; A Bintel Brief a
Bundle of I>etters to The Jewish
Forward": and "Cantonal Gems
from the Past."
e South Beach Activities
Center. 28 Washington St..
Miami Beach: Yiddish Humor
and Music with Herschal and
Manya Gendel; "Mottel De
Messer with Yiddish Amencan
puppeteer and humorist \i
Frank; Yiddish songs and music
with Tanya Sandier and s,,nia
Gross; and "Memories ol Yiddish
Theater" with Avrom Arnold
Information about additional
programs and times events w ill
be held can be obtained by caili
each of the centers list ed
!linK
Yiddish Cultural Festival
Week is sponsored by th. Jewish
Community Centers ol South
Florida. Muriel Russell
president, and the state of
Florida through the Fine Arts
Council of Florida. Department
of State, with the assistance of
the National Endowment ol The
Arts, a federal agency The
program is also sponsored, m
part, by the Dade County Council
of Arts and Sciences and the
Metropolitan Dade Count v
Board of County Commissioners'
Lecture on Buber at Temple Israel
Prof. Steven T. Katz, chairman
of the Department of Religion.
Dartmouth College, will bring a
message on "Buber and
Hasidism" to the Greenfield
Lecture Series at Temple Israel
on Sunday morning. March 16.
Dr. KaU, who has been a
visiting professor at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. King's
College, University of Lmdon,
the University of I-ancester in
Fngiand. and the University of
Toronto, will explore the
elements in Buber s
derstanding of Hasidism
Non-subscribers may purchase
tickets at the door for the lecture.
which begins at 10am
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Histadrut to Honor Celia, Sam Freed
, and Sam Freed, long
I J la 'abor Zionist c,rc,es;
Zjl| be honored on the occasion of
he 60th anniversary of the Israel
Histadrut at the annual Third
Seder Thursday. April 3. at the
Konover Hotel. Miami Beach.
Announcement of the special
tribute WM made by Histadrut
Council President Morris
Sewmark and Chairman of the
Councils Hoard of Directors. Moe
i Levin.
Currently, the financial
Ncntar) "t the Karband Chaim
Weitzman Hranch. Sam Freed
ggl instrumental in the for-
mation of the Norman Arluck
| Cultural Circle and some years
ago was honored by the Bruns-
wick. N J Israel Bonds Or-
ganization for his many years of
aiding service
Celia Freed, a member of the
Branch of the Pioneer
Women and Women's American
loHT. also serves as the
; n sklent of the
Ben-Gunon Hadassah Chapter.
Man m Burstein, past honoree
and dinnei chairman, stated.
Celia onil Sum Freed
Sam and Celia Freed, members
of the executive council of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida., have been actively in-
volved on behalf of the Israel
Histadrut Scholarship Fund
since its inception in 1957."
'Jews for Jews' Leader to Speak
Kdhbi Kuben l>obin. national
an i i .lews (.>r .lews.'* a
grassroots parents organization
mbal the influence of cult
poups "ii Jewiah youth, will
ess thi North Dade board of
directors meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division on Tuesday.
March I8.al 10:30a.m.
The meeting, open to the
public without admission fee. will
he held in the Katz Auditorium of
the Michael Ann Kussell Jewish
Cnmmunm I enter. North Miami
Beach
Kabbi IK.bin. who has been in
the rabbinate for 45 years, ad-
vises concerned parents in South
Florida whose children have
become involved in various cult
movements
In addition to his activities
with Jews for Jews.'' Rabbi
Dohin is international chairman
of Operation Recognition, which
is seeking to gain world
recognition of Israel's Magen
David Adorn (Red Star of David)
as that country's counterpart to
the Red Cross
Temple Menorah Singles' Service
The second in a series of late
I late Friday Night Services for
Jewish singles will be held at
Temple Menorah on Friday
I night. March 14.
In addition to the rabbi's
I sermon, members of the audience
will participate in a dialogue with
the rabbi The subject of Rabbi
tbramowiUa sermon will
be Is There a 1984 In Store for
Judaism?"
Members of the audience will
be invited to lead in community
or prayer singing
Following the service, there
will be an Oneg Shabbat. when
Israeli folk dancing will be
featured
Youth Aliyah Luncheon Slated
On Tuesday, March 18. at
Inoon. the Hannah Senesch
Chapter ol Hadassah will hold its
[annual Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Iin the Priedland Ballroom of
|Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
All monies collected are
lallocated for the welfare of un-
derprivileged children brought to
Israel from other foreign
countries. The American
Balalaika Company will en-
tertain.
Further information and
reservations are available by
calling Sylvia Dwier. chairperson
of the day
Janet Reno to Speak at Zion Forum
' Reno, state attorney,
-t speaker at Temple
monthly adult forum.
evening, March 21.
tallowing late. 8 15 p.m. Sabbath
l.'LT" Her toPk wi" ** "Th*'
linaiienges and objectives of the
State Attorneys (Iffio
Miami born and Dade
educated. Reno has served as
state attornev since 1978 and is
currently serving as chairperson
of the Governor's Council for the
Prosecution of Organized Crime.
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Board chairman and president
of the Chaim Weitzman Branch.
Moe Levin, will present a tribute
to them.
A special Hagadah program.
directed by Shmuel Fershko.
featuring Cantor Zvi Adler and
soloist Lois Yavniely. will
precede the traditonal Seder
meal.
Further information and
reservations are available by
contacting the Israel Histadrut
office.
ISRAel tOUR
Cantor Saul M. Breeh, of Temple Beth
Raphael will be leading a tour to Israel in
association with Rabbi Morton Malavsky
on June 17th, 1980. For information please
call 673-2536, 538-4112, 538-6464.
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We dry them the traditional way, too Naturally.
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Women's League for
Israel Leader Visits
The week of March 17 to 21 will
be "national president's week."
featuring visits by Mrs. Harry
M. Wiles, national president of
the Women's League for Israel,
who will address all the 13
chapters of the organization in
South Florida. Two new groups
have been added since Mrs. Wiles
visited with the chapters just a
year ago.
The Aventura Country Club
will be the scene of a luncheon by
the Shalom Chapter on March 17.
Composed primarily of women
residing in Hollywood and
Hallandale. the group is chaired
by Mrs. David I Beatrice) Berlin,
who is also a national officer.
The Eden Roc will be the locale
j)f two Luncheons on March 18:
the Lincoln Miami Beach
Chapter, of which Mrs. Meyer
(Frances) Kesnick is the chair-
man, and the Forte Towers-
Florida Chapter, with Mrs. Delia
Slater the chairman.
That evening Mrs. Wiles will
be featured at the "Speak-up
Forum" of the Palm Beach Spa.
on March 18. at 8:30 p.m.
Madame Bea Alexander, a Palm
Beach resident, a founder of the
Women's League for Israel and a
national officer from the earliest
days, will also participate in the
forum.
Madame Alexander, whose doll
creations are internationally
famous and are exhibited in
museums throughout the world,
was recently an honoree at a
luncheon held by the Women's
League for Israel at the Hotel
Carlyle in New York.
On Wednesday. March 19.
Mrs. Wiles will be interviewed on
the Community Roundup of
WCKT-TV Channel 7. and then
at the Cricket Club address a
Luncheon of the Bonaventure
Chapter of which Mrs. Sheldon
(Annette) Kaye is the chairman
On Thursday. March 20. Mrs.
Wiles will be in Margate, where
she will be meeting with the
chairmen and leaders of 13
chapters, including the one
organized in 1980 at Wynmoor
(Coconut Creek) The meeting
meeting
chapter
(Lillian)
Chapter,
Violet Wiles
will take place at the home of
Mrs. Shim (Celia) Engeimeyer, a
national officer. Attending the
will be the following
presidents: Mrs. Eric
Kaiser. Aventura
Mrs. Sheldon Kay
(Annette). Bonaventure Mrs.
Delia Slater. Forte Towers. Mrs.
Archibald (Mary) Sanft.
Inverrary. Mrs. Meyer (Frances)
Resnick. Lincoln Miami Beach.
Mrs Abraham (Anne) Mindich.
Hatikvah Chapter (Sunrise
Lakes area). Mrs. Florence Strier.
Margate. Mrs. Blossom Miller.
Orah. (Deerfield). Mrs. Sol
(Hanal Srebro. Sabra (Lake
Worth area). Mrs. David
(Beatrice) Berlin, Shalom
(Hallandale and Hollywood
areas). Mrs. Irving (Faye)
Rosenstein. Tamarac, Mrs.
Richard (Elaine) Yadwin.
Woodlands and Mrs. George
(Janice) Zeitlin of Wynmoor
Chapter (Coconut Creek).
Mrs. Wiles returned from
Israel about six weeks ago. While
in Israel, she met with
representatives of the Ministry
for Social Betterment and at their
request, the Women's league for
Israel Nathanya Center will make
available classrooms and living
accommodations to the Insitute
for Educational and Social
Workers, to be run by the
cooperative efforts of the League
and the Ministry Through this
Institute it is hoped to accelerate
the training of people able to help
in the growing teen age
delinquency problems in Israel
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Workmen's Circle Sets Histadrut Event
William Stem, former national
executive director of the Work-
men's Circle, will be the featured
speaker at the annual Workmen's
Circle Division for Histadrut
Israel Report Luncheon. Sunday.
March 16. at the Konover Hotel.
Miami Beach
Each of the 11 South Florida
Workmen's Circle Branches
annually sponsors a Histadrut
fund-raising affair as their
branch's effort in support of the
health, education and social
service programs of Histadrut in
Israel.
Through their efforts these
past 10 years, over 200 children
have been awarded full
scholarships to one of 44
Histadrut Amal Vocational
Schools, and 10 rooms have been
dedicated in the name of Work-
men's Circle Branches and in-
dividual members at a number of
the 1.300 Histadrut Kupat Holim
Clinics throughout Israel.
The local Workmen i
Cird
Branches also will use the 0
casion to salute Israel Histadrut
on the celebration of us 60ti
Anniversary.
A special musical program
featuring Hebrew and Yiddish
music will be presented by the
Distant Shores.
Reservations may be made b\
Office at
Suite 389.
nwrimuuiis ma\ r' made b\
visiting the Histadrut Office at
420 Lincoln Road. Suite iso
Miami Beach
Works of Local Artists Now on Exhibit
An exhibit of portraits, scenkrs
and florals in watercolor. oil and
acrylic by two local artists is on
display at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation this month.
The announcement was made by-
Stanley Arkin. chairman of
Federation's Art Committee.
The Federation Gallery.
located on the second floor of the
Federation building, is showing
16 watercolors by Pearl Hordof
and 12 oil and acrylic paintings
by "Bambi" E Carrington
Breck.
Mrs. Hordof has studied art in
local adult education classes and
has exhibited her work in the
Bacardi Gallery and in various
schools and banks throughout
the Miami area
Mrs. Breck.
designer, studied
York University
Insitute and teach.
ar' interior
an at Ne
and Pnu
classes u
the Adult Education I'mgramo'
Dade County Publi, > h,M>Ls
The exhibit is pen to the
public during regular husines*
hours. Monday thro igh Kndav
and there is no admis^,,n charge
'Holocaust Observance' at Beth Torah
The Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood, Men's Club and
Youth Department of Beth Torah
Congregation will present a
Holocaust Observance Night
The Holocaust is com-
memorated during Passover.
The program will be at Beth
Torah on Wednesday. March 19.
at 8:30 p.m. in Deakter Hall.
Guest speaker will be Arnold
Shay, a former Auschwitz and
Dachau prisoner He is the owner
of a Holocaust' collection,
which is said to be largest of its
kind in the world
Shay will present film stills of
his collection and relate his
experiences of the five years of
persecution, such .,.,-_
uniforms and sarA ing ,. g guinea
pig for Dr. Mengeli surgical
experiments at \in | wiu.
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood Meets
Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold its regular
general meeting on Wednesday.
March 19. at the temple social
hallin North Miami Beach
The program w ill feal ure Rabbi
Simcha Freedman book rev**
of Haqurlla by Ruth wruber.
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Residents of Costa Brava gathered recently for their annual
meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
IQ80 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
[xiiitn. Costa Brave CJA-IEF chairman Al Isaacson Heft)
presented an award to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harris (center) for
their outstanding service to the Jewish community, as guest
speaker Marshall S. Harris (right), chairman of the board of the
I'mted Way ofDade County, looked on.
1 i the honors program for exceptional students at
ersity in Israel was delivered by Prof Eugene
ttreme right) at a cocktail reception at the homt
From the left) Harold I. Miller, Jewish leader
11, -on. former Miami Beach Mayor Harold
indWeiner Weiner, a graduate of Miami Beach High
i olumbia University where he received his l'h I). is
. '/ Weiner is director of the neu honors program
: Haifa V
Max Brown Promoted
At Jordan Marsh
n has been promoted
.....it ive vice president
! -'circs, a wa> an-
William Ruben.
f board ol .Ionian
i \ from Tampa
! the I niversit)
served Jordan
11 president -
a pn sidenl oi
itive \ ice president oi
urned to Jordan
1 after serving as
sidenl director ol
\ i.man Marcus in
and president <>f Ken-
Boston
Brown ia member of the
Miami Chamtwr of
* ommerce. active in Temple Beth
Am and a member ol King's Baj
( nuiii rj ( lull
He and Ins wife Peggy live in
Coral (Sables
Sheraton to Manage
Jerusalem Hotel
Ihf Sheraton Management
u'n>ration has signed an
agreement to manage a deluxe
h""l in Jerusalem.
[he contract was signed by
J"hn Kapioltas. president of
wTa1ton, Europe. Africa and
Middle East Division and a
representative of the owner of the
new hotel.
The hotel will be named the
neraton King Solomon and is
Seated at the intersection of
*">g David and Keren Hayesod
aireets. overlooking the Mon-
"-"ore Gardens and the Old City.
A combination of outstanding
architecture, elegant interiors.
and panoramic views of
Jerusalem will make this hotel
one of the most unique and
spectacular in our company We
were the first international hotel
company to open in Israel and we
are proud to be in Jerusalem,"
Kapioltas said
The hotel has 150 super deluxe
rooms, a multilevel ballroom,
indoor and outdoor pools, a
health spa and restaurants and is
scheduled to open at the end of
1980.
Phil Navon. who is presently
assistant executive manager of
the Tel Aviv-Sheraton Hotel, has
been appointed general manager
of the new hotel.
Appointments Announced at Mt. Sinai
Mount Sinai Medical Center
has announced the following
appointments:
Al Gentry has been named
associate director of Mount Sinai
Medical Center. He has turn with
the medical center since 1970.
starting as a business manager in
the Department of Cardiology
(her the years he has served as
coordinator of Cardio-Pulmonary
Services and as an assistant
director of clinical areas.
Sheldon Sussman has been
named administrative resident at
Mount Sinai Medical Center. He
is a Yale University graduate
student in health care ad-
ministration. The one-year
program, which offers a period of
transition between theory and
practice, will provide Sussman
with the opportunity to par-
ticipate in every aspect of
hospital administration.
His grandmother, Clara
Breasman, is a resident of Miami
Beach.
Jerry Cohen has been named
oordinator of diagnostic ser-
vices.
Cohen started at Mount Sinai
m 1977 as an administrative
resident while earning a master's
degree in health care ad-
ministration from George
Washington University.
Following his year's residency.
Cohen was hired as a purchasing
agent and he was later named
administrative cwrdinator of
radiology.
Amitai to Speak at Beth Moshe
Israel Amitai. an Israeli
television producer, director and
writer of television and radio
public affairs programs, will
address congregants of Temple
Beth Moshe in North Miami at
the annual Israel Dinner of State
on behalf of the Israel Bonds
Organization.
The dinner is scheduled
Sunday. March 16. at 7 p.m. At
the same time Vivian and
Herbert Lelchuk will be the
recipients of the Israel David
Ben-Gurion Award, recognizing
their years of dedication and
support for the Israel Bonds
Organization.
Amitai is former editor of one
of Israel's most influential daily
newspapers.
He served in the Haganah and
the War of Independence.
Currently, works in television
production and is known as an
expert in Middle Eastern affairs.
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Cedars Plans Theater Benefit
Cedars of Lebanon Health Care Center is
Rtanning a benefit theater opening. Thursday,
larch 27. at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, when
Cedars goes to The Club.
A champagne reception will precede the per-
formance of the play. The Club." The show is an
irreverent musical look at a stuffy, turn of cen-
tury, all male club. Music. Up dancing and lively
conversation set the stage for players portraying
a period of male smugness, superiority, and
chauvinism. Women were considered second class
citizens. But the irony of the play is all the parts
are played by women.
Donors will be acknowledged in the program
and will be invited to a reception. Impresarios and
Producers will attend an after-theater supper held
in the mezzanine at the theater.
The benefit is chaired by Mrs. Walter iFleur)
Jacobs and co-chaired by Mrs. Joseph (Sherry!
darfield.
Committee members include: President of
Cedars Medical Staff. Dr Robert Feltman and his
wife. Sissy, Dr. Richard Jacobs. Seymour and
Joyce Barsky, Mrs. Allan (Susan) Fuller. Mrs.
Jeffrey (Selma) Newman, and Dr. Joseph
Freeman.
Others are: Cedars Chairman of the Board
Donald Rosenberg. Board President John O'Neal.
Mrs. Ted (Helene) Lotterman. Mrs. Jerome
[Joan] Young. E. Albert Pallot. Mrs. Allan
i Patricia) Leibow. Mrs. Rose Palmer. Mrs
Arthur F. (Elisel Adams, and Mrs Louis B
(Kddie Ann) Freeman.
Auxiliary President Judy Schild and her hus-
band. Dr. Fred Schild. Dr. Victor Dembrow. Dr \/rs Walter Daniel Hammond. Dr Marriano Garcia and Mrs (,",> to the Club." a theater benefit for Ctdat
Conchits Torano complete the committee Others Lebanon Health Car, (enter, discusses details of\
assisting are: Mrs. George (Dorital Feldenkreist tht party with Mrs Robert (Sissy) Feltman. who\
and Mrs. Mercy Diaz Miranda. oordinattd the ini nation mailing.
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Hebrew University Friends Lunch
The Greater Miami Women's
Division. American Friends of
the Hebrew University, will hold
a luncheon meeting on Thursday.
March 20. at the Montmartre
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Viola Charcowsky. chairman of
the Women's Division, an-
nounced that Shular.uth Rabb
Cohen will review You Don't
Hni e to be m Who'i Who, to
Knou What't What, by Sam
Levenson.
Mrs Cohen, a graduate of
Butler Univsrsit) in
Indianapolis. Ind has made
frequent visits to Israel She and
her husband. Dr. Archibald
Cohen spent 13 months in Israel
Members of the ci>:r,mittet
announced by Mrs Charcowiky
include Mmes: Thelma Anton
Ida Lear Friedman Lillian
Kronheim. Rose Pascoe, Sophie
Silver. Helen Katr.mar. Stella
Topol and Annette Harris
The 11:45 am session, which
is open to the publii i- being
coordinated by Florence D
Feldman. director of the
Women's Division K s,r\ations
may be made at tin- \mencan
Friends office on Miami li.-ach
Littman Bridge to be Dedicated

State Sen Paul Stsfobsrg will
officiate at dedication cermonies
renaming the Sunny Isles
Causeway Bridge over the
Intracoastal Waterway, the
Milton Littman Memorial Bridge
on Sunday. March 16, at noon.
Littman was a North Miami
Beach councilman who died at
the age of 51 of leukemia in
August 1977 Littman rved (,
terms as councilman
Prior to the dsdicati
a.m.. the second annual'"vakfast
for the Milton Littman M-mo rial
Foundation will be held in the
Persian Room of th. Marco Polo
Hotel. Miami Beach Si Sen
Sherman Winn will be masl
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The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation announces the sponsor
ship of a professional Coin and Stamp Show to be held at Holly-
wood Fashion Center, located at 441 and Hollywood Boulevard,
on Sunday, March 16, between noon and 5 p.m with exhibitions
throughout the entire mall. Show helps support diabetes
research
Communal Living and Home Health Care" will be the topic
Fridav. March 21. at 2 p.m. at the South Dade Regional Librarv.
10760 SW 21 lth St.. Miami.
Speakers on this day include Merlin Southwick and
Katheryn Stinson from the Boston Gray Panther Shared Living
Project where old and young live together in a communal living
arrangement: Dr Jeffrey Soloman. associate director. Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged at Douglas Gardens;
and Ms. Jane Herron. director. Gold Coast South Home Health
Care Ageru \
This is one part of the "Old Age and Human Values"
project which is sponsored by the Gray Panthers of Dade
County and Florida International University and funded by the
Florida Endowment for the Humanities. Admission is free.
Elayne Weiaburd has announced her intention to seek
ejection to the Dade County School Board Weisburd lucked off
the campaign by officially filing with the Dade County Elections
I Vpartment.
Perry Fabian, a local accountant who served as Weisburd s
campaign treasurer in pest elections, will serve in that capacity
once again
Weisburd is the wife of University of Miami registrar
Sidney Weisburd. She has three sons Ira, 26. Scott. 23, and
Handy.11.
The Sunshine Cancer Unit of the Pap Institute will have a
noon luncheon and fashion show March 22 at Costa Del Sol Golf
and Racquet Club. 100 Costa Del Sol Blvd. Claire Savitt of Coral
Gables, president of the unit, said about 150 members and
guests are expected to attend.
Fortunately,
some things never change.
Rabbi Lehrfield to Continue Class
Rabbi David Lehrfield.
spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel
Congregation on Miami Beach.
will continue teaching his course
jn "Bible and the Mitrvot." on
Thursday evenings at Beth
I'orah Congregation. North
Miami Beach from 8 10 p.m.
For the past two semesters,
ind for many years before, this
Jass was part of the North Dade
Midrasha. a group of
aggregations in the North Dade
which have pooled their
efforts to enhance adult Jewish
education in North Dade.
Although the normal session of
the North Dade Midrasha was
completed on Feb. 28. by
unanimous demand, the class
insisted that the course be
continued. The next set of classes
began on Thursday. March 6. and
will continue for eight weeks.
More information is available
by contacting Miles P. Bunder,
coordinator of the North Dade
Midrasha.
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Ner Tamid Sisterhood Sets Lunch
Sisterhood of Temple Ner
Tamid will hold its annual Torah1
und Residence Halls Luncheon
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leach.
The Sisterhood supports the
Mathilda Schecter and Gold
mith Halls as residences for
students of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Louis Lederman, wife of Rabbi
Louis Lederman and principal of
the Hebrew School of Beth
Mo she Synagogue.
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Pioneer Women Head Here Rabbis Seek Support for Yeshiva Here
Mrs. Norman (Frieda) Leemon
of Detroit, national president of
Pioneer Women, will be guest of
honor and principal speaker at
the annual Donor Luncheon of
the Pioneer Women Council of
South Florida March 23 at noon
the Omni International Motel
id Ballroom.
Mora than 1.200 members of
Pioneer Women in Dade and
Broward counties are expected to
attend 'he major function of the
war of the organization.
Mrs I special presentation to eight
South Florida women who are
tonmlers of the Ciolda Meir Child
1 let elopment Fund. Each of the
local women contributed $5,000
or more to the fund, named in
memory of Mrs. Meir.
Mr- I-eemon brings to her
poet an extensive background of
k'adership in Jewish communal
and Zionist affairs. In addition to
her service to Pioneer Women,
the Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America, the
r'armington Hills. Mich, resident
holds key positions on the boars
of the Jewish National Fund,
0RT Plans
Tribute Lunch
The annual Tribute Luncheon
of the Southeastern Florida.
Region ol Women's American
OUT will b held Thursday.
at II :30 a.m.. in the
Room at the Doral
nee Kantor, chairperson
ol thi day, announced that the
ng held to honor over
n v. hose generous
ns help to maintain
I schools m 22 countries
rid.
X champagne reception will
f< stivitiea with music
turni-i,.,; bj vocalist Patricia
B'nai B nth
Women to Meet
B nai B rith Women Sinai
Chapter will hold its next
sting ruesday, March 18. at
a"? ? the Am'rican Savings
Sank ,\itn a Lincoln Kd.
An election of officers is
planned Ben Goldberg from the
vui-Defamstion I-eague will be
1e guest speaker
s
Frieda Leemon
Histadrut. Israel Bonds.
American Zionist Federation,
United Jewish Appeal, the
United Israel Appeal and the
executive committee of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee.
Orthodox rabbis of South
Florida joined hands this week in
seeking support for the Landow
Yeshiva Lubavitch Education
< enter, which Center officials are
declaring to be "in its severest
crisi
These officials this week
warned that without widespread
community support, it "may be
forced to close its doors. "
JOINING THE list of rabbis
who are heading up an effort "to
put the Yeshiva back on solid
ground" are Rabbis Dov Bidnick.
Moshe Momzer. Sheldon Ever
Zoy I-eff. David Lehrfield. Lazar
Leisels. Dov Rosencwaig.
Mordechai Shapiro. Tibor Stern
and Pmchos A. Weberman.
They explained here that the
Center building and all its
contents were taken over by the
bank "and therefore Rabbi
Abraham Korf. of Chabad House,
was compelled to take charge in
order to cope with the crisis."
According to the rabbis.
"Rabbi Korf has already been
successful in resecuring the
building and its contents for the
time being. "
BUT THEY noted that "An
all-out effort is now being made
and it is of utmost im-
portance that the new ad-
ministration receive the support
of each and ever individual to
|whom the survival of this holy
institution is dear."
The Israel Generation Award was presented to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Bernstein for their deep commitment to the survival of
Israel and for their financial and moral support for Israel
through the Israel Bonds Program and numerous Jewish
philanthropies. The award was presented by Mrs. Samuel
Dreier (left).
With every stage
in life there comes
a special need.
I he Need. I hi- needs ol our retire-
men) years often are as varied as the
lives we've retired from
I'nti I now, societ) has provided
us w ith onl> two major retirement
lifestyles The retirement village and
the nursing home
But there are those among us
who still desire independence vet may
need some assistance
Assistance not found in a retire-
ment village And an independence
not found in a nursing home
The Answer: I'arlvle on the Bay is an
important, major alternative to the
other retirement lifestyles available to
us today
A luxurious rental complex de
signed specifically toserve those who
while ~nll independent, desire assis-
tance ith meal preparation, house
keeping and persona I aid
A Perfect Location. Situated in one
ol the most desirable locations in
Miami n ith ( hnm, Margaret Pace
Park and Biscayne Bay literally in the
front yard, the Carlyle's externa
Planned oci upam \ April
Reservations an
now being taken Mod<
apartment now open
r
environment is as beautiful as the in-
ternal Its convenience is unmatched
Its Beauty Protected 24 Hours A
Day. Both doormen and TV monitors
protect 24 hours a day for both your
safety and feeling of well being Emer-
gency buzzers, which tie into our
sw itchboard, are conveniently located
m every apartment
Luxurious One Bedroom and Effi-
ciency Apartments. All units in
I hide a lull kitchen
Services. A social director, activities.
transportation, a nurse on call, house
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keeping sen ices, lunch and dinner
served in our beautiful dining room
are all part of the Carlyle's services
Our Very Special Staff. The Btaff
chosen to serve our residents is care-
fully selected in that they have a
particular sensitivity and awarene-s
to the needs of each resident.
There Is No Admission Fee. Unlike
similar facilities of this nature, our
only charge is a monthly fee.
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ll you would
like iii become .i
membei ol ihi~
very special
rommumt> lhal
understands
.oid i ares w rite
(harles Weiss, chairman
M department of or-
topedics and rehabilitation
Sinai Medical Center,
F* T" general chairman
' "* Miami Beach dinner
"sored by the Florida
is of Albert Einsteir,
l<*ge of Medicine, honoring
F fid Mrs. H. Jeromt
fW'P*. well-known philan
t/lStS f Miami Beach. Neu
m and Delaware. The event
held on Tuesday
]en">K, March 18, in tht
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Israel Bonds Sales at Record Levels
Sales of Israel Bonds in South
Florida and across the nation are
at record high levels, according to
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the South Florida
Israel Bonds Organization.
Parson said that 1979 sales
were the highest ever, except for
the year of the Yom Kippur War.
"So far, in the first months of
1980, sales are even better than
last year." Parson said.
"We recently had a private
dinner hosted by Stephen Muss,
president of the select group
known as La Societe.' at which
$7 million was pledged in Israel
Notes. Last year at the same
function, we were able to sell only
$2 million in Notes." he added.
The director of Israel Bonds
went on to say that recent
enrollment in the Prime
Minister's Club and
Ambassador's Society of
Trustees increased from 26 in
Israel Bond Events
MOORINGS
A Salute to Israel will be
held in the Moorings Social
Auditorium on Sunday. March
23, at 10 a.m.. according to Sid
Schwarzbach. chairman of the
event, which is held under the
auspices of the Israel Bonds
Organization.
At the same time. David Rosen
will receive Israel's Generation
Award, recognizing his mam-
years of active participation in
B'nai B'rith, Workmen's Circle
and for Israel Bonds.
Special guest is Emil Cohen,
the American-Jewish humorist.
The Salute to Israel" is
sponsored by B'nai B'rith Israel
Lodge No. 2676. and co-chairmen
are Irving Levy. Hy Selig and
Jack Ziegelheim.
for Israel" to be celebrated
Wednesday evening, March 26.
at 8 p.m., in the New Horizons
Auditorium
The Becks have been active in
fraternal and social as well as
civic groups in New York and are
diligent workers for B'nai B'rith,
Hadassah and Israel, which they
havt supported through the
Israel Bonds Program.
Mickey Freeman, nightclub
entertainer and comic, will en-
tertain the gathering, and there
will be special entertainment by
the New Horizons Choral Group
Arthur Schloss is chairman, and
co-chairman is Moe Lew
Florence and Irving Krubiner
ETON HALL
Irving and Florence Krubiner
will receive Israel's Generation
Award at the annual Eton Hall
Night in Israel" on behalf of the
Israel Bonds Organization. The
event is slated Tuesday. March
25. at 7.30 p.m., according to
Kathenne Pener. chairperson.
The Krubiners are being
honored for their activities in
numerous Jewish groups, in-
cluding B'nai B'rith. the Pavilion
Hebrew Study Group. ORT.
Fight for Sight and Hadassah
Co-chairpersons are Rose
Johnson and Luba Lecher
Honorees emeritus are S. Morris
and Hadessa Abramowitz, Irving
Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
v\ einberger
NEW HORIZONS
Carl and Bertha Beck will be
honored with Israel's Generation
Award at an Israel Bond "Night

Bertha and ( arl Beck
ADMIRALS PORT
A "Salute to Israel' will honor
Nathan and Hilda Katzen at
Admiral's Port on Wednesday.
March 26 at 8 p.m., in the East
Card Room.
The Katzens have been active
in Jewish philanthropic life for
many years and have served in
numerous leadership positions in
the Pittsburgh area Katzen is a
member of B'nai B'rith and the
Association of Reform Zionists.
He has chaired several cam
paigns for the UJA and Israel
Bonds.
Mrs Katzen was the first
president of Mt Scopus
Hadassah and currently serves U
secretary of the Miami Region of
Hadassah. She also works for
Israel Bonds and theCJA-IEF.
Special guest at the Admiral's
Port event will be Joey Russell,
the American Jewish folk
humorist. Chairman is Eric Salm,

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Alfred Kaplan (left), chairman of the Burleigh House Israel
Bonds Campaign, presents the Generation Scroll to Moris and
Pola Shuartz in honor of their many years of economic support
for Israel through the Israel Bonds Program. The Shuartzes
were recognized for their commitment and devotion to the
Jewish community.
1979 to 62 in 1980. The minimum
purchase for this group is
$10,000.
"Our sales of Bonds has in-
creased, in general. ap-
proximately 29 percent this year,
as opposed to the same time last
year." Parson declared. "There is
no doubt that this increase in
Bond sales directly reflects the
increased concern for Israel's
security and growth among the
Jewish community in this area.'
he concluded
\ ithan and Hilda Katzen
and co-chairmen are Ko-alyn
Housmanand Morns A Shapiro
CAME LOT HALL
I/eonard and Anna Flum will
receive Israels Generation
Award at the Camelot Hall
Night in Israel" to be held
Thursday. March 27. at 8 p.m., in
the card room
The Flums will be honored for
their dedication and devotion to
the economic growth of Israel
Flum is a former director of the
Gold Coast B'nai B'rith Lodge
and the North Shore Kiwanis
Club He is also a director of the
Miami Beach Symphony.
Mrs Flum also serves on the
symphony board and has been
active, with her husband, on
campaigns for Israel Bonds and
theCJA-IEF
Vocalist, raconteur and
humorist, F.mil Cohen, will be the
guest entertainer
Ceil Graenepon is chairman of
the event
Anna and Leonard Flum
Youth Day Brunch
Migdol Hadassah of Buckley
Towers Condominium. North
Miami Beach, is holding its
annual Youth Day Brunch on
Mondav. March 17. at the Marco
Polo Hotel.
Coordinators for this function
are Miriam Septon. Pearl Kuvin.
Rose Brovender and Fannie
Singer.
Cake Sale Set
Southgate Chapter of
Hadassah plans a Cake and
White Elephant Sale on Thurs-
day, March 20, at 10 a.m. in the
Terrace Room. Proceeds go to
cancer research.
Auxiliary to Meet
The Ladies Auxiliary, George
Gershwin Lodge 196, Knights of
Pythias will meet Monday.
March 17, at 8 p.m. at the
Surfside Community Center. An
annual auction is planned
Ayshes Chayil Lunch
Sisterhood of Ohev Shalom will
have an Ayshes Chayil Luncheon
Wednesday. March 19. at the Sea
Gull Hotel at noon The event is
sponsored by Mrs. Jennj
Goldfisher
L
Entertainer Victor Borge (center) reieues Isra,!'.
Humanitarian Award and Lion of.Judah Aicani. in reCOgW
of his four decades of fund-raising efforts OH In half of tf
-h State I'hi presentation was at the Israel Bonds V<
Life Dinner, i. h, n ,, \ n sun II OTS of tfo Holocaust U er, g
the \eu l.'fe Ah ard, recognizing their achiet ments in '
communal and en u work I >; au-ards wen present*
Dinner Chairman Norman Braman (light) and Israel II
General Campaign Chairman, Gary 11 Gerson.
Bnai Zion Group Schedules Dance
South Florida Chapter No 147.
Bnai Zion, invites members and
friends (singles-couples) to its
dance on Saturday. March 15, at
8 p.m in the Hallandale Jewish
Center
Prooaada go to the Bnai Zion
Home for the Retarded Children
in Israel There will be a eaten.]
coffee hour and music
\
The Prune Juke
Setf-Improvement
Plan.
*rt
It's a natural. Eat well-balanced
foods. Exercise. Enjoy Sunsweet
the 100% pure natural fruit juice. It
contains iron and potassium and
vitamin B2. And it tastes good.
Remembei; any improvement you
make is for Cf Tf^QUWVT*
the better you. vHJllOfVUL 1
To your health!"
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f '^yj~ *y Isabel Grove
^^
\ too-brief but welcome visit
from former Miamian, Jessie
(..nman now a resident of
V\ ashingtOBi D.C., where she is a
ial science program analyst In
. National Institute on Aging,
nt Bald in which her late
I Dr. Sam Gertman. RU
leer.
Uso in Washington is
. r. Susan, now Mrs.
rd I gelow. and the mot her
-.his Susan is a program
m the Department of
Both Gertman sons are
ned but are living at opposite
i| the I nited State* Paul
pouse are the parents of a
Matthew, and live in
Massachusetts, where I)r
ierttnan is chief of health
h at Boston Univarsit)
Hi. hard is an environmentalist
for the City of Davis in
t alifornia.
While here. Jessie was the
i guest of Mrs. Sarah
K. hkind. a long-time friend, and
was entertained at a luncheon
hosted by Frances Lehman.
\mong guests were Myra Farr
and Florence Lewis. All four were
brought together by the National
m I nt Jewish Women, and all
served as a Greater Miami
Section president at one time or
Tanother
Ms Rosalind M. Lehrman. a
lor in family and child
therapy, was recently initiated
the prestigious national
education fraternity Phi Delta
Kappa, a signal honor Very
pn Hid of their daughter are Dr.
Irving I.ehrman. a spiritual
ler of Temple Kmanu-F.l. and
j ^Mrs Lehrman. .
"(?^ Arm llvslop. u memlier of the
I lersity of Miami Golf Team
the past two years, plans to
professional this summer
Meanwhile, the 22-year-old
l< i. from I.ouis\ ill*- is snaking
the ambience in the pro shop
u Kings Hay Country Club
nigh she has been playing
for only five years, we expect
see her on television in thoM
Merits with the big stars
Naaej I .ope/ and Amy
Vlcott in the not too distant
' II lire
rhose of us who take tor
ranted the comforts and con
niencaa in the modem apar-
merits and houses we live in.
sometimes even grousing about
ir problems, rarely realize
iiat for many, the handicapped.
or instance, what may lie
comfortable to us could be
hazardous or even dangerous for
ol hers
Doorways are too narrow.
i linnets ux> high, and stairways
impossible to navigate with a
wheel chair Well, the William D.
K' r family is facing this
blem squarely, and more
port ant. doing something
about it.
Karlier this year, officials from
Washington, D.C., Dade County,
and City of Miami civic leaders,
plus representatives of the
handicapped, joined the Singers
at groundbreaking ceremonies for
100 units of public housing for
the handicapped.
Sen. Richard Stone, U.S.
Deputy Secretary for
Housing FHA Commissioner
-^.Wton Unruch and Dade Mayor
^S^sphen Clark helped local
residents turn the first earth for
^ dliam Singer Plaza
Singer Plaze is a unique
concept because 20 apartments
will be reserved for Jackson
Memorial Hospital to house
handicapped persons receiving
training in independent I Wing
C*
S ./imp
The remaining HO apartments will
be permanently occupied
South Florida extends sincere
gratitude and congratulations to
the public spirited Singers
South Florida doctors are
reaping .. whirlwind of honors
and apprecial ion for sharing their
extensive knowledge with other
professionals, as well as with
laymen to whom such in
formation run be crucial.
The Professional Association
ol Drs Blechman, Zane, I.ipkin
and Lechner has been singled out
b> the State nt Florida
outstanding medical advisor)
group
Dr. Jerrj Zalman. on the staff
of Cedars ,i| Lebanon Hospital.
presented a talk recently on
Restoring Vision Addressing
a moating of the American
Lighthouse Organization. Dr.
Zelman discussed the many
advances in the field of
ophthalmology such as out-
patient cataract surgery .
The Family in Transition'
was the topic of the Temple Beth
Sholom Second Annual
Congregation Conference held in
February. Among the many-
authorities on the program was
Dr. Brian I. Weiss, chief.
Division of Psychiatry. Mount
Sinai Medical (enter, whose
topic was Teenage Drug Abuse:
Myth \s Fact At the other end
of the spectrum. Dr. Arnold L.
l.ieher. psychiatrist, who is on
the MSMC attending staff,
addressed the problem of The
Second Half of Life: Creative
Aging
The Computer and the Dental
Office" was the intriguing
subject of a symposium spoil
sored by the Miami Beach Dental
Society at a dinner meeting late
in February Ron Bilsky was
among clinicians participating in
the discussion.
For many years, the
University of Miami has had a
roundtable of the air. a television
feature that takes in many of the
school's activities When the
l \l s School of Medicine and the
National Parkinson Foundation
presented a program devoted to
parkinson recently, Dr. Peretz
Scheinberg, chairman of the
department of neurology. I>r.
Lincoln Potter. professor of
pharmacolog) and physiology,
and Dr. Bernard F Fogel.
assistant Vice president for
medical affairs at the School ol
Medicine, were featured. Their
conclusions Improved
treatment through better
medications of parkinson
patients has become available
and a possible cure in the next
number of years are en-
couraging
The Mount Sinai Medical
(enter Fpilepsy Club, a self-help
group met Feb. 27 in the
hospital's Chernin Auditorium.
Guest speaker, William Jacob*.
executive director of the Epilepsy
Foundation, showed video tapes
about living with epilepsy and led
a group discussion .
Also at Mount Sinai. "Oral
Medications for Diabetics" was
the topic at a seminar in the
hospital's S. Harvey Greenspan
Outpatient Pavilion. Dr. David
Walterman. a diabetologist
associated with Mount Sinai, was
featured speaker Mt Sinai offers
these free diabetes seminars once
a month.
Shabbat Dinner
Temple Or Olom Men's Club
Shabbat Dinner and Friday night
services will be held at the temple
Friday. March M. at 6:30 p.m.
Ginsburgs Observe 50th Anniversary
Barbara and Rabbi Jack M. Rosoff and Rita
and Kdwin M. Ginsburg were hosts at a dinner
party honoring their parents. Ruth and Ben Zion
Ginsburg. on their 50th wedding anniversary.
Many other events are being planned to celebrate
this occasion.
Hen and Ruth, with their children Barbara and
Edwin, moved from Chicago to Miami Beach and
have been permanent residents since 1948. In
Chicago. Ben was president of the Zionist Region
of Chicago and a member of the ZOA national
board as well as president of the Hyde Park
Hebrew (enter, u member of the Covenant Club
and active in numerous other communal
organizations
Since hv ing in the Greater Miami area, Ben has
been president of the Miami Beach Board of
Realtors, president of the Miami Beach Apart-
ment Association and president of the lOOClubof
Dade County.
He is listed in Who's Who in World Jewry, is a
former officer of Temple F.manu El, a life member
of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and a
life member of the ZOA. He is a founder of the
Hebrew Academy and a former trustee of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation, chairman of
the Miami Beach Housing Appeals Board and
chairman of the Miami Beach Auditorium Ad-
visory Board.
Ruth was the second president of Brandeis
University National Women's Committee of
Greater Miami and a member of the national
board. She is a former officer of the Greater
Miami Section of National Council of Jewish
Women and chairman of the Scholarship Com-
mittee for many years. She is a former vice
president and chairman of the board of the Sister-
hood of Temple F.manu-Kl and a former officer of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
The Ginsburgs' daughter Barbara is married to
Rabbi Jack M Rosotf of Congregation B'nai
Israel, Rumson, N.J., and their son Fdwin is
married to Rita Kaplan Ginsburg. Edwin is a
partner in the law firm of Myers, Kaplan. Levin-
son. Kenin and Richards Ruth and Ben Zionare
the grandparents of six grandchildren
Pioneer Women Planning Donor Lunch
Planning meetings for the
annual Donor Luncheon of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida highlight upcoming
meetings in Dade and Broward
counties of the more than 25
clubs and chapters of the
Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America.
Harriet Green, president of the
council, also announced that
Pioneer Women's 1980 mem-
bership campaign in the two
counties "easily surpassed all
previous records, resulting in
record enrollments of both
regular and life members."
The Pioneer Women clubs and
chapters also are working closely
with the American Zionist
Federation of South Florida in
planning for the April 20
celebration at the Miami Beach
Convention Center of Yom
Haatzmaut, Israel Independence
l lav
A musical program will
highlight the Wednesday, March
19. meeting of the Aviva Chapter
of Pioneer Women. The noon
session will be held in the civic
auditorium of Washington
Savings and Loan Association,
633 NF 167 St.. North Miami
Beach.
Dora Cohen. publicity
chairman of the group, will speak
on Na'amat. Pioneer Women's
sister organization in Israel
which supports a network of child
care centers, community centers
and vocational training schools
Refreshments will be spon-
sored bv Sylvia Speichler,
corresponding secretary of the
organization, in memory of her
mother. Hose (ioobich.
According to Margot Amstel.
president of Aviva. the meeting
is open to the public.
Pharmacologist Harry Keusch.
will speak on "Using Your
Medicines Wisely" at a meeting
of the Dimona Beth Chapter of
Pioneer Women, on Wednesday,
March 19, at 12:30 p.m. in the
civic auditorium of AmeriFirst
Federal Savings and Loan
Association, 18301 Biscayne
Blvd.
Keusch of North Miami Beach
is speaking out under the
auspices of a national new major
health education program.
A luncheon and card party has
been scheduled by the Sharon
Chapter of Pioneer Women on
Monday. March 1". at noon in
the recreation room of Four
Freedoms House. Miami Beach.
Dora Cohen, president of the
group, said a donation is required
and the monies will be sent of
Israel for the Child Rescue Fund.
Further information is available
by contacting the South Florida
Pioneer Women Council offices.
Miami Beach.
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 Prsenialion to
Mr. Simon Schiff
In Tribute to the Memory of His Beloved Parents
Louis and Etta Schiff
Guest Speaker
Mrs. Roselie Silberstein
National President ot American Mizrachi Women
Reservations $125 per person Call council office
531-5344
Pearl Schwartz
Chairperson
RuthZellner
Co-Chairperson


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Friday, March 14. I960
by diik ^ipp
Fashion Forecast for Spring
1980 shows a general silhouette
that is noticeablely different. For
the first time in many years,
major changes have come in the
Springtime.
The new 80 s outline is wide-
shouldered but rounded rather
than wedge-shaped The width is
most often in the sleeves, and the
fabrics fall softly without in-
terfacing. Strongest new dress
trend is the wide-shouldered,
slightly tapered loose chemise.
Next is the long torso dress with
a short, full-tiered or flounced
skirt.
Close-up detail that represents
luxurious quality is represen-
tated by designers at every price
level including things like hand-
finished edges, lace insertions,
smocking, hand-rolled hems,
embroidery and delicate beading.
This will be a season of built-in
decoration rather than one of
ruffles and bows.
Cruising the Caribbean seems
to be a popular pastime. Hannah
and George Mai in back from the
ship. The Doric, where their niece
and nephew from Pittsburgh
joined them for a holiday in the
sun. Carole and (Dr.) Robert
Trope were on the Statendam and
all really enjoyed the ships, the
sights, and the fact that they
didn't have to pack and unpack
Lois and Herb Sobel recently
returned from Beech Mountain.
N.C., where they went for a
change in weather and physical
activity. There it was sknow and
skiing. Now it's back to sunshine
and tennis. Their daughter. Jan.
missed our beautiful weather so
she moved from Boston to
Gainesville.
Gloria and Leo Martin were
planning a trip to Italy with the
Designers and Decorators Group.
Their daughter. Sherry, asked
them to look around for her for
merchandise to open a handbag
and accessory shop, but she also
needed a partner.
Gloria decided to go into
business with her and did quite a
bit of shopping. They decided on
a location, and just as "Sherry's"
was getting ready to open.
Sherry advised that she and
husband, Shaul Apelker were
METRODADE
PUBLIC HEARINGS
0
and information
Notice of Dade county
Sunset Hearing
Pursuant to Ordinance 79-84. tne Board of county
Commissioners of Metropolitan Dade County,
Florida will hold a Sunset Review Public Hearing in
which the termination, continuation, or
modification of the following departments, agen-
cies, or hoards will he determined:
Service Departments
Planning Department
General Services Administration
Office of Employee Relations
Office of computer services
Systems
Civil Defense
Finance Department
Department of Tourism
internal Auditing Department
Property Appraiser
Elections
Staff Departments
Law Department
County Manager s Office
Capital improvements Division
Development impact committee
Office of Economic Development
Office of Management and Budget
Office of Management and Budget, Productivity
Analysis unit
Office of Black Affairs
Latin Affairs
Citizen services
Communications
Health programs coordination
Boards and Authorities
Tourist Development council
water and sewer Board
Personnel Advisory Board
Dade-Miam. Criminal Justice Council
water and Sewer Authority
industrial Development Authority
industrial Development Advisory Board
Fair Housing and Employment Appeals Board
Community Relations Board
DATE:
PLACE:
TIME:
Tuesday, March 18,1980
County commission Chambers
73 w.Flagler street
Miami, Fla.
9:00 a.m.
going to become parents. So now,
you'll find three generations of
females who every so often get
together in the shop as baby
liana plays on the floor while her
mother and grandmother tend to
business.
Roz and Ray Berrin first time
grandparents and loving every
minute of it. Their son. Bob. and
his wife. Fran, recently became
parents of Risa Jill. Fran's
parents, Rose and Leo Tawil of
Tampa, welcomed the latest of
several grandchildren.
Bob and Fran are busy
remodeling their home. Their
other son. Larry, and his wife are
busy with Cheryl's cookie shop in
South Miami.
The recent tennis matches at
Boca West brought out a large
number of Dade Countians.
According to Terri and Barry
Packar it was a combined tennis
and eating fest.
They even saw Borg at his
best. Among some of their
friends there were Lenore and
Marty Hochman, Joan and
Arthur Jacowitz. Moree and Gil
Tendler, Iria and Harvey
Raderman. Phyllis and Bob
Fenster. and Micky and Sam
Hochberg.
Joan and Eddie Mahler back
from a trip to Hawaii. They
joined in traveling with Eddie's
Creative Service
By Aliyah Group
Aliyah Chapter of Hadassah
will have a special creative
service for children at Temple Bet
Breira on Friday. March 21. at 8
p in The theme is The Meaning
of Shabbat," and Aliyah
members, their husband- and
children will participate
Jackie Berney will be the
cantress for the service, written
by Phyllis Eisenberg, education
vice president.
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz of
Beth Torah Congregation will
appear on "The Jewish Worship
Hour" on Sunday. March 16. at 8
a.m. on Channel 10.
parents. Mlml and Harold
Mahler. The vacation was in
celebration of Harold's birthday
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For Spring, a handpainted
Crepe de Chine short dress
with matching handpainted
chiffon jacket. This original
uses a silk sash as its third
fabric.
Beber, Silverstein
Wins Ad Awards
Beber. Silverstein and Part-
ners has won 12 awards in-
cluding three first places on
behalf of its client. Metro-Dade
Department of Tourism (MD-
I)T). for superior achievement,
creativity, and professionalism in
advertising.
The awards were received
during the 1979 Addy com-
petition, recently held by the
Advertising Federation of
Greater Miami. Seven second
places and two thirds were
nipped.
In the full page color division.
MDDT made a clean sweep with
advertisements featuring "How
to Order (Food! In Our Native
Tongue.-' "Where To Take Your
Parents On Vacation." and the
entire advertising campaign.
The popular "Miami See It
Like A Native" poster gained
first place in the direct mail
category, while the "Miami From
This High" children's guidebook
was second in points of purchase
for sales promotion.
Gift Shop Opens
Temple Zion's Passover Gift
Shop will open on Sunday. March
16. at 9:30 a.m. Sisterhood's co-
presidents. Kathy Rockman and
Myrna Kagan announced the
opening date.
"Which Woman Art You The RoU of the Changing Woman
is the theme of the fusion show luncheon to he given by
Temple .ludeu Sisterhood at 11:30a.m., March 19at the sot nil
hall. (oral Cables, Fashions will he modeled bx members
Checking details are luncheon chain, omen Toby Friedman and
Phyllis Miller, president Laurel Shapiro and decorations chair-
woman Terri Lei an.
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on to Speak at Jade Winds Brunch
fcWon. former Israeli
|or lo Kcuador and
w will t'i- the special
taker at the Jade Winds
bn behalf of the Greater
Wish Federation's 1980
Jewish Appeal-Israel
fccv Fund campaign on
[March 23
Lhip to be honored a.
L are Hence and Robrt
fand Dr Marcus and
Siskind Chairing the
ds CJA-IEF campaign
) are Isaac Hersh.
Loin- Steinberg, co-
in; and Sol Vogel.
ling chairman.
[was horn in Austria and
Henjamm Varvn
emigrated to Ecuador during the
Holocaust. There he became a
journalist and later aided the
Jewish Agency for Palestine in
its battle on the Palestine
qu -'">n at the United Nations in
1946. After the establishment of
the State of Israel, he worked in
New York directing Israel's
information services for Latin
America.
Today Varon is an author in
three languages. English.
German and Spanish, and he
currently is lecturing around the
country.
The brunch program begins at
10:30 a.m. in the Jade Winds
Tower Auditorium
\ltural Activities Set at Temple Israel
j > is a series of
| art art: ities, sponsored
pie Isratl of Greater
,0 cooperation with the
project of YMCA which
I Scouts of Tropical
land Big Brothers-Big
BdtheYWI \
fcnts will be held on the
fof and in the Wolf son
' emplf Israel on
) d 23
the first of what is
in!I be ongoing joint
amon^r the various
|ns in the downtown
ea to r.'\ italize it with
ted programs in
|e community can par-
It was one of the last
the late Rabbi Joseph
opening of an electric
tntion on March 20 at
in the Wolf son
)m. h \prrssions" will
ted to Rabbi Narot in a
ram shared by Rabbi
^Idstein. Cantor Jacob
and Hannah Kahn. a
are the drawings of
ensen liatlner of the
I of painting, a
former newspaper writer an
illustrator from pre-Hitler day--
Germany: photographs ot
famous people by Ray Fisher
Edward Arnold's bronze works
and an array of paintings
sculptures, drawings and rugs by
temple members Fdna Chauser.
Frances Gardner. Robert Gar-
dner. Max Goldhoff. Rosamond
Hammond, Harriet Lapidus,
Peggy Gordon I.ederman.
Annemae I.evenson. Julius
Mendelson. Dena Moss and
Kcyna Youngerman.
The exhibit can be seen at
regular temple hours through 4
p.m. of March 23.
Representatives of American Red Magen David for Israel were
on hand to accept a presentation from Miami Beach Mayor
Murray Meyerson. Meyerson proclaimed the month ot March
American Red Magen David for Israel Month' in th city ot
Miami Beach, theft to right). Mayor Meyerson. David
(oU-man. Honda state president of ARMDI.-'and Robert I.
I Schwartz, director of ARMDI.
Ko'ach to Hear Consumer Chief
Joan A Stember. chief of the
Special Events at Young Israel
Russ.
Consumer and Economic Crime
Division of the Dade County
State Attorney's Office, will be
the guest speaker when the
Ko'ach Chapter of .Miami Beach
Region of Hadassah meets
Tuesday. March 18. at 8 p.m.. in
the Tavern Room of Jefferson
National Hank. 301 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
Ms. Stember, a graduate of
Antioch School of Law. has been
with the Dade County State
Attorneys Office for three years,
and for over a year has been chief
of the Consumer and Economic
Fraud Division.
President of the career-oriented
Ko'ach Chapter, Maryon Glasser.
announced that also highlighted
will be the nomination of officers
for the 1980-81 vear
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orted Passover Cakes & Macaroons
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We have a LARGE
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beginning March 10
We are also open on Sundays
Buy Kedem wine By the case and Save!"
"PasMovtr Cosmtha Available"
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Sylvia I,even. membership vice
president, added that all
prospective members are
welcome to attend.
Further information is
available by contacting the
regional offices of Miami Reach
Region of Hadassah.
Gleekel to Speak
To Sisterhood
At the meeting of Temple
Menorah Sisterhood, to be held
Wednesday. March 19, at noon at
the temple social hall, the
featured guest speaker will be
Jerome Gleekel.
Gleekel who has made many
trips to Israel, will speak on The
Middle East."
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami is sponsoring an exhibit
and auction of fine art on Sun-
day. March 16.
A champagne punch preview
begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by
the auction at 7:30 p.m.
The auction will be held at the
Young Israel of Greater Miami
990 NK 171st St.. North Miami
Beach.
There will be three door prizes,
as well as a free gift for each
buyer. More information is
available hv calling Mrs Barbara
The Young Israel of Greater
Miami will be holding its annual
Junior Shabbaton. a weekend
convention for grades 3*6
The program will include
Sabbath meals in the synagogue,
singing, dancing and educational
sessions, and culminating with a
movie night, featuring pizza and
icecream
All interested in partk'ipating
should contact Rabbi Honig.
Rev. Elligan to Talk at Temple Judea
For its 8:15 p.m. service
March 14. at Temple Judea will
have as guest speaker the Rev
Irvin Flligan, chairman of the
Community Relations Board and
for 10 years the pastor of New
Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Rev F.lligan's sermon.
"Currents in the Community"
will deal with community police
relations, as well as the attitudes
of the citizenry concerning the
school system "s "Gold Plumbing
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Advisory Service
Did you know that there are
more than 5,000 camps in the
United States? There are camps
for every taste, every location, of
varied duration, and for every
budget.
Most people looking for a camp
would benefit from the assistance
of a camp advisor whose job it is
to advise parents of the right
camp for their child based on the
child's interests, family budget
and location desired.
The Advisory Service on
Camps and Private Schools is a
unique service. It represents
many camps in many parts ofthe
U.S. Its function is to analyze
your needs and recommend the
summer program which best
suits your camper. Mrs. Grace
Stein is in charge of the Advisory
Service.
If you wish more information
you are invited to contact the
Advisory Service on Camps and
Private Schools. P.O. Box 667.
Hallandale. Fla. 33009 or call 305-
944-5022 or 305-457-7899.
WHICH PRIVATE CAMP0
INFORMATION AVAILABLE
aitmOut obligation to vou
Mrs Grace Stein
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P O Bo 6< Ha i id >~10(j\
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Summer Camp and Tour Consultants
Summer Camp & Tour Con-
sultants. Inc. of Miami
specializes in finding the right
sleepaway camp or teen tour for a
child.
Phyllis Harris is president of
the firm, which provides a free
service of consultation.
Discussed
the camp,
they allow,
they have
the staff
are the philosophy of
how many children
what kind of facilities
and how they CBOOM
The firm is located at 444
Brickell Ave.. Suite 650. Miami.
Camp Judaea
Camp 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 cratt. 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
Camp Atlantis
Camp Atlantis is an unusual
combination of summer fun and
learning held concurrently on two
campuses, in Hallandale and
Hollywood from June 9 to Aug.
22.
Camp programs are designed
for three separate groups: ages 2
through 5: ages 6 through 12;
and those children who have
completed kindergarten through
grade 6 and desire to participate
in the Summer Enrichment
Program. Programs are further
subdivided within groups by age
and ability.
All camp programs may be
attended for the entire summer
period or may be attended on a
weekly, daily, or hourly basis.
Camp Timbertops
Camp Timbertops, a camp for
girls ages 8 to 16. is located in a
rustic setting of 380 private acres
of pine, spruce and hemlock
forests in the Pocono Mountains
inGreeley. Pa
The camp provides a rounded
program aimed at enlarging a
girl's horizons. Activities are
planned to help campers develop
mental, social, emotiona and
physical growth.
In addition, the program is
designed to instill an ap-
preciation for the out-of-doors
and to encourage cooperation in
work and play.
Pine Forest Camp
Pin.' Forest Camp, local-
Greeley. Pa., began in 1931
Today the camp continue.-- undei
the direction of the seconc
generation of the family of its
founder. Edwin I. Black
The program at the camp is
semi-structured. Although many
activities are scheduled for the
camper, the scope of scheduling
varies with the age and interests
of the individual child.
Among the camp activities are
arts and crafts, sailing, camp
craft, riding. nature study
dancing, music and drama.
Camp Highlander is located on
Forge Mountain, adjacent to the
Pisgah National Forest in the
foothills of the Blue Ridge
Mountains in Horseshoe. N.C.
The camp's 160 acres offer
facilities to meet the needs of
today'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, riding, gymnastics,
dance, riflery and wilderness
activities
The close proximity to the
greater Asheville area allows
campers to take part in cultural
offering-- there
Pocono Highland Camps
Pocono Highland (amp- offers
-e pa rate camps for boys and girls
ages 5 to 16. The camp is located
in the Pocono Mountains in
northeastern Pennsylvania on a
65-acre private lake.
A semi-structured program of
planned activities and selective
choices allows campers to
hroaden their skills and ex-
periences. Individual clinic in-
struction is stressed under the
supervision of specialists
Sepa hi athletic and workshop
facilities are available for each
camp.
Among the camp features are
championship tennis courts,
three swimming pools, sailing in
26 new craft, boating, kayaking,
canoeing and water cycling
Cultural programs include
dramatics. featuring theater
workshops, dance music and fine-
arts.
Camp Highlander
Boys and girls ages 7 to 16 are
eligible for Camp Highlander.
located on Forge Mountain, near
Hendersonville. N C The natural
beauty of the Blue Ridge
Mountains surrounds 1W) acres
containing full camp facilities
Hiking and backpacking in the
adjacent Pisgah National Forest
complement a full range of on-
camp activities such as swim
ming. horseback riding, riflery.
tennis, land sports, crafts and
many more
Campers are taught not only
athletic, outdoor and craft --kills.
but also respect tor nature and an
increased awareness of them
selves and tin r surrounding--
A SUMMER OF FUN !
A SUMMER OF SERIOUS STUDY !
A SUMMER OF EDUCATIONAL TRAVEL !
Gamp Atlantis
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Lake Owego Camp for Boys ^
of pine, spruce and hemlock
forests in the Pocono Mountains
m (ireelley. Pa
Purpose of the camp program
is to instill an appreciation of the
out-of-doors, to build healthy
minds and bodies and to provide
opportunities for boys to learn to
live, work and play together.
Lake Owego Camp for Hoys is
limited to boys'8-16 years old.
Activities, both mandatory and
elective in the camp program, are
planned to meet the interests and
needs of the campers.
Lake Owego Camp is located
on 125 private and secluded acres
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?holarship Ball Chairmen Are Named
chairmen of the 12th
Scholarship Ball of the
Pay School were an-
this week by Dr. and
hennas K Kaplan, general
len of the dinner and dance
held March 22 in the
^ui Ballroom of Temple
Kl
nrarv chairmen will he
fcreenberg. president; Dr.
fell Dauer. Matthew
haus and Dr. George S.
vicepresideota;and Samuel
idland, chairman of the
[ofthi't.'inple.
bciat t- chairmen. an-
jln |ir and Mrs Kaplan,
Murray (andib. Sidney
nan. if al Kaye. Mrs.
ivr Muss and Arthur
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commit lee of former
hip Hall chairmen in-
[Robert I. Blum. Irving
!lr Maxwell Dauer.
j^ (ireenberg, Murry
ky. Harry A. Levy.
>n Muse, Matthew
laus Lawrence M.
:ami l^onard Zilbert
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al film series is
iltil under the auspices of
ih Dadi Midrasha.
Fixer will be shown
ly, M irch \#. al 7:30 p.m.
th Torah Congregation.
tnt the film, Kabbi Max
iu will lead a discussion.
March 1'.' at 7:30 p.m. at
Jur.i I. wish Center.
lea. I Love You' will be
Rabbi I>a\id Saltzman of
kra.Iewivh Center will lead
$smn following the film.
information is available
|inl \l:Ks P, Munder at
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The 12th annual Lchrman Day School Scholarship Ball will 6<
held in the Friedland Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El on Satur-
day night. March 22. Discussing the decor and the menu are,
from the left, (iila Rosenhaus; Mary Rose Kaplan, u ho is co-
chairman of the event, and Lorraine Greenberg.
Mount Sinai Events Announced
The Miami Ileostomy and
Colostomy Association will hold
its next meeting at Mount Sinai
Medical Center on Monday.
March 17. at 8 p.m. in the
hospital's cafeteria.
Featured speaker. Harriet
l'apush is author of ABC I of
lUoatomy Car, She will discuss
Tips for Colostomy and
Ileostomy Care.''
The group meets monthly at
Mount Sinai Medical Center.
On Tuesday. March IH. at 2
p.m Hrenda Stern, a physical
therapist at Mount Sinai Medical
Center, will discuss "Kxercises
and Arthritis" in the hospital's
Wolfson Auditorium at a meeting
of the Arthritis Club
The club holds free meetings
on the third Tuesday of each
month and is co-sponsored by the
Arthritis Foundation. Dade-
Monroe Di\ ision
The Mount Sinai Medical
Center Blood Bank, as a member
of the American Association of
Blood Banks, reminds the public
that despite the research going
on regarding artificial blood,
there is still no substitute for the
real thing.
Blood is critically short at this
time of year, and your help is
needed. The Mount Sinai Blood
Bank is open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
even days per week and is
located at the hospital.
films to be Shown
On Wednesday. March 19. at
7:30 p.m.. through the
cooperation of the North Dade
Midrasha under the leadership of
Kabbi David Seltzman. films
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shown at the Aventura Jewish
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JOSE LANDMAN
Jose Landman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Avigdor Landman, will
become a Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, March 15, at Temple
Menorah. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will officiate.
Jose is a seventh grade student
at the Hebrew Academy.
Mr and Mrs. Landman will
host a kiddush following services.
Reception and dinner will be held
Saturday evening at the Eden
ROC Hotel.
DAVID HADANI
David Michael Hadani, son of
Ms. Shari Hadani. North Miami,
and Robert Hadani. Miami
Beach, will be called to the Torah
as Bar Mitzvah Saturday. March
15, at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
1-ehrman will officiate.
The celebrant is a seventh
grader and honor student in the
Ix-hrman Day School. He is
active in Kadima. David has par-
ticipated in temple shows and
acting groups. He attended Ruth
Foreman's Actor's Workshop
and has performed in TV com-
mercials.
A reception is planned Satur-
day at Friedland Ballroom.
Temple Emanu-El.
DAVID BERGER
David Mitchell Berger. son of
Mr and Mrs. Ira Berger. will be
ailed to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. March 15, at
10:30 a.m. at Temple Sinai of
North Dade.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Sinai Religious
School where he is a member of
junior choir and junior SnyFTY.
He attends Weatview Junior
High School where he is in the
se\ enth grade He is a Boy Scout
Mr and Mrs Berger will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday at Temple
Sin.11
Amy and Susan Factor
SUSAN AND AMY FACTOR
Susan Ronna Factor and Amy
Frema Factor, twin daughters of
|Dr and Mrs. I^ewis Factor of
Miami, will be called to the Torah
as Bat Mitzvah on March 15 at 6
p.m. at Temple Beth David.
The celebrants are students in
the Temple Beth David Religious
School and members of USY.
They attend Palmetto Junior
High School, where they are in
the seventh grade.
Dr. and Mrs. Factor will host
the reception and dinner
following the services in honor of
the occasion and a reception
following services. The dinner
will be at Temple Beth David's
Spector Hall.
Special guests will include
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Factor of Braintree,
Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Cohen of Margate.
NAOMI ERSOFF
Naomi Esther Ersoff, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Ersoff. of
Miami will be called to the Torah
as Bat Mitzvah Saturday. March
15, at Congregation Beth David.
The celebrant is a student in
the Hay Class of Beth David
Religious School and a member of
USY. She attends Southwood
Junior High School where she is
in the seventh grade. She plays
French horn in the school's band.
Dr and Mrs Ersoff will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include:
Mrs Rose Schwartz. West Palm
Beach; Willa and Matthew
Pollack of Silver Spring. Md..
and the celebrant's godparents.
Mr and Mrs lx>uis Pollack.
Rabbi Raab to Conduct Session
Rabbi Menachem Raab will
lead a session for the Educators
Council of America, a fellowship
ot Orthodox Jewish educators, at
the upcoming NCJE convention
The session, entitled
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Jewish Educational Under-
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TV Program to Feature 1980 Campaign
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community
Chaplaincy Service, will be the
host for the "Still. Small Voice"
program which airs on WCKT-
Channel 7 on Sunday. March 16,
at 8:30 a.m. The rabbi is also
executive vice president for the
Rabbincal Association of Greater
Miami.
Rabbi Schiff will discuss
Federation's 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign and the
humanitarian programs and
social services it supports in
Miami, in Israel and around the
world.
He will also show a 20-minute
film entitled. "Voices of Israel."
produced by the United Jewish
Appeal.
The film highlights the
resettlement services for Soviet
Jewish emigres to Israel and the
social services provided for the
elderly and the poor. It shows
interviews with first, second and
third generation Israelis whose
dreams for a spiritual homeland
have become a reality.
The "Still. Small Voice"
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
program is a weekly talk show
sponsored by the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
THE JEWISH
WORSHIP HOUR
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami announced that
its television program The
Jewish Worship Hour" will be
seen on Sunday morning,
beginning Sunday. March 16.
from 8 to 8:30 a.m. on Channel 10
WPLG-TV. This is the time that
the program has been viewed for
several years.
Channel 10 inadvertently
changed the time to 8:30 a.m.
which conflicted with The Still
Small Voice" program on
Channel 7.
Alan Perris, vice president and
general manager of Channel 10.
stated: "We are very pleased to
be able to change the time back
to 8 a.m. We are doing this so
that it will not conflict with
Channel 7s The Still Small
Voice' at 8:30. We are glad that
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami brought this to
our attention since we would not
want to deprive our many
Jewish Worship Hour' viewers
from enjoying both programs."
Many inquiries were received
at the Rabbinical Assoication
office, according to Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. president. and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. executive
vice president
CAJE Library Dedicates New Section
A new selection of books under
the category "Modern Religious
Thought" has been dedicated and
set aside in the Educational
Resource Center Library of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education. The section will
include works of the great Jewish
philosophers and thinkers, as
well as many of the non-Jewish
philosophers.
The section was made possible
by a series of donations and a
special seminar conducted by
Mrs. Edith Jacobson. lecturer
and authority on Modern
Religious Thought.
The seminar. "Cultures in
Conflict" was held on Feb. 24 at
the CAJE. Mrs. Jacobson has
long been known for leading
various classes throughout the
Miami area on this subject. Her
students chose Feb. 24 as the
date to unveil a special plaque
which designates the section in
the library to be set aside for
Modern Religious Thought in
honor of Mrs. Jacobson.
The Modern Religious
Thought Library Fund is one of
many funds set up by the
Educational Resource Center -
Library to establish shelves
either in memory of or in honor of
people, for the sake of enhancing
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library. More information is Wolfe at the CAJE.
Abraham J. Gittelson acknowledges plaque honoring Mrs
Edith Jacobson, right, in the library at the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portioi
Vayakhel-Pekuday
VAYAKHEL PEKUDAY Moses called together all the
Children of Israel and said to them: "These are God's com-
mandments to you.
"Six days a week may you work, but on the seventh day
you shall observe a Shabbat. a day of rest, holy to God."
And Moses asked everyone who wanted to do so with his
whole heart to give a special contribution toward the building of
the Tabernacle. They could give gold, silver, or brass: fine linen,
goatskins, acacia wood, or oil for lighting the Eternal Light.
Moses also asked skilled workmen to step forward to help
construct the Tabernacle.
Bezalel and Oholiab. both highly skilled craftsmen, led the
workers who built the Tabernacle. And the people were so
generous that they continued to bring contributions ever)
morning. At last the workmen told Moses that no more
materials were needed for the work
So Moses announced to the entire encampment that con-
tributions were to be halted, and that no man or woman was to
bring any further contribution.
And the people listened and obeyed, happv that more than
enough was already on hand for the work commanded by God
(Exodus 35:138:20)
In time all the work on the Tabernacle was finished, and the
Israelites did as the Lord had commanded Moses Each of the
Israelites brought a gift with which to make the Lord's Ark and
Tabernacle beautiful Bezalel and Oholiab. the two chief crafts-
men, supervised the work.
For the Lord had said: "On the first day of the first month
shall you erect the Tent of Meeting. And you shall put therein
the Holy Ark. and the table and the showbread, and the candle-
stick. And you shall set the golden altar before the Ark."
Now when Moses saw that the Children of Israel did all that
God had commanded, he blessed them and caused the Tent of
Meeting to be set up.
Then a cloud covered the Tent of Meeting, and the glory of
the Lord filled the Tabernacle. The Israelites prepared them-
selves to march. Whenever the cloud was raised above the
Tabernacle, the Israelites would march ahead, throughout all
their journeys, but whenever the cloud was not raised thev
would not move until it was lifted.
The cloud of the Lord covered the Tabernacle by day and
at night there was a fire in the cloud, in sight of all the house of
Israel, throughout all their journeys (Exodus 38:21-40:38)
(The recounting o< the Weekly Pnrt,nn i .... .
upon The Graphic Ulster?? lie ^ZV^^J^V't M b
Tsamir, $1$. published by ShengolS The Tr^m.?: .,lby P *"msn
Lane. New York. NY To03lTJoseph k um ,-"b" *' n **''"
distributing the volume ) Schiang is president of the society
JWV Auxiliary
The Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish War
Veterans, will hold its fourth
council of administration
meeting. Sunday. March 16. at
the Israelite Center Temple. 3175
SW25St. Miami, at 9:30a.m.
Mrs. Mae Schreiber. depart
ment president, will chair the
meeting and has arranged for a
complete agenda including end-
Council Meeting
of-the year reports by auxiliar
presidents. coming from different
sections of Florida.
After the closing of the
meeting, there will be a luncheon
in honor of Mrs. Schreiber, who is
a member of the Norman Bruce
Brown Auxiliary No. 174. The
lunch will be prepared by two of
ts members. Mrs. Dena Leiter,
assisted by Mrs. Catharine
Morris.
Music Festival Set at Temple Sinai
On Sunday March 16. the fifth
annual Spring Music Festival
will be presented at Temple Sinai
of North Dade at 7:30 p.m.
A variety of music will be
offered, from the liturgical.
Hebrew. Israeli. Chassidic and
musical comedv idiom.
Featured in the program will
be the adult and youth choirs, an
instrumental ensemble am.
special soloists for the evening
The Music Festival is under the
direction of Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Tickets may be purchased at
Temple Sinai.
ADL Official to Address Men's Group
The Sunday morning breakfast
seminar, sponsored by Temple
Beth El Brotherhood of
Hollywood will present Alan S
Katchen. associate director of t he
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith in Miami, who will speak
Technion Women
Plan Luncheon
Women's Division of Technion
plans a luncheon card party at
the Kendale Lakes Country Club
at nn. March 19.
The event will benefit
scholarship and student
assistance.
on How Anti-Semitism Is;.
Growing in Siuth Florida "
Me will speak on Sunday.
March 16, at 10am in the Tobin
Auditorium of the temple. 1351
s Nth Av. Hollywood;
The public is invited. Con
(mental breakfast will be served
at 9:90 a.m. with the lecture at 10
a.m.
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Torah Service-Saturday. Ij
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Dr Sol Landau, Stanley R Gerstem
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Late Friday Evening Service. 1:15 pm
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Ralph P Kmgsley. Rabbi
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ID ALE,
VriFIED that
[I Ion ot
bean filed
you are
"P> of your
iii any, to it on
tsV attornay
address Is
M M KLA
"' March 14.
original with
court either
I I'etitioner or
reader, other
("II be entered
'he relief
complaint or
I hand and the
rt on Feb. 6.
iBrinker
gthe Court
i iirown
'Clerk
Feb 15.22. 29.
March 7, 1080
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 '* '4232
FAMILY DIVISION FC (04)
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MAGAI.Y GONZALEZ
a k a
t'ATAI.INA MAGAI.Y
DOMINOUEZ,
Petitioner,
and
KRANClsco GONZALEZ
Ki'spondent
TO FR VNCI8O0 GONZALEZ
i 'undomlnlo' Lstguna
i harden EdlficioS,
Apartamento2 H
1-1.i Verde.
CAROLINA.
PUERTO RICX)
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
K1KD that a Petition for Ills
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It. on CAR
LOS M MKNIIKZ Ksq
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2985 V, 4th Avenue.
II1A1.EAH Florida. 33012. and
file the original with th eClerk
of the styled Court on or before
April 4. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con
-e. ulive weeks In THE JEW
ISH KU>RIDIAN. MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court al Miami.
Florida, on this 20 day of Feb-
ruary. 1980
RICHARD P. BRJNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I )ade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hesa
As Deputy Clerk
08562 Feb 20.
._______ March 7. 14. 2 man
f
NDER
NAME LAW
HEREBY
"derslgned.
in business
tltlous name
r Clean at 701
~jr- Miami.
register aald
lerk of the
'ade County.
tt, Owner
Feb 22. 20;
rch-7. 14. 1M0
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W 35H FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
Ll'CII.A JORGE
Petitioner Wife
ami
MIGI EL ANGEL
R WKiN JORGE
Respondent Husband
ro MIGUEL ANGEL
R UstON IIIRGE
Raatdeni nknowi
il ARE HEREBY N
kiki i thai an a< Don for
Mai
seen tiled md > ou
your written di I
it on A K m. P A \"
l-iw atti
Idn
\ ii Miami Fl
iginaJ w Ith the
the aboi
\|,i: 11 I0R0
I
the
t iiei demanded In the i om
III ion
Thi- notice -lull be pub
rai h w. ,k tor foul
-.-. utive a PHI IEW
ISH FLO RID I \N
WITNESS m> hand and the
Bid .our' al Miami
la ,,11 thll lOtl
Mai ,
RICHARD P BRINK! R
\-1 'lei k i '.i. nit Court
Hade Count) Florida
it> Clai Inda Bi o
\. I leput) Clerk
III i 'mil! .-. ,.
\ K< SS Attome)
al Law P \
Mloriit > for
Petitioner Wile
101 n\\ 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 13128
\ttorney for I'etitioner
IVI I MB I BO XH44
0M30 Mar, II U 21
April 4. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 10-25** FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
EMMA GEORGE
Petitioner.
and
WARREN GEORGE
Respondent
NOTICE OK ACTION
To WARREN GEORGE
Residence I'nknown
YOl' ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to It on
H H BRODY. attorney for
I'etitioner. whose address Is
633 NK 107 St N M B Fla
33162. an or before March 28.
1880. 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 February'
20. 1080
Richard P Brlnker
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
1*566 Feb 29,
March 7. 14.21. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 7219 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. N RE The marriage ol
RICHARD MOORE,
Petltlonei Husband,
and
Rl THELLA MOORE
pondenl Wife
to Ruth Ella Moore
i ieneral I leUvery
< llenim ood.
North < 'arollna
YOl IRE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
I itaaoluUon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on UW OFFICES OK
REICHLER FLEISHER
attorney for Petitioner, whose
aililn -.- is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite M0 Miami Beach.
Florid*, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March
28th. ihmi otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
MM90 each week for four con-
tecutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH F1X1R1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Klonda on this 13th day of
Kebruary, 1080
RICHARD HP. 1 N KK K
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal >
JeroidH Relchler. Esquire
I.1W 1 Iff I, e of
Relchler and Klelsher
420 Lincoln Road Suite 230
Miami Beach. Klorlda 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
IHM5 Keb 22.20.
March 7. 14 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 90 2502
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
. i ILANDA LaBONTE,
Petitioner/Wife
Rl GER LaBONTE
Imindent / Husband
I'i ROGER LaBONTE
333 Bronx River Road
Vonkeri n y
\ hi \rk NOTIFIED that
ii lion t"i I USSI LI Til N
'.' MtHI v il luu been filed
, : an
. ipyol
written answer and delenai
to it on I' \\ ll i GALLI P
plalntifl attorney
:
, on I
.
a ith the i lerk oi this
... on
ItOI lle> ol I 111

le fault
foi the relief
demanded in the i omplatnl or
rNESS m> hand and the
. oi :in- court on Febi
KlfH Mil i I BRINKER
\ Hewetl
Feb
Man ii .'.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 2114 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re Hie Marriage ol
IS1DORA H VKKKIi KB
Petitioner Wife.
ami
use Mi BARRERAS
Respondent Husband
PO OSCAR BARRERAS,
Residence Unknown
YOl ARK HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
bi i- reqoji ed to sen a copy of
youi written delenaee, if any. to
it on A KOSS ATTORNEY AT
LAW PA attorney for the
Petitioner, whose address Is
nil N W 12th Avenue. Miami
Kla 33128. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April
4. 1980. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
Tins notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In
THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Klonda on this 25 day of
February, 1980
UCHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Klorlda
Bj Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seali
A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW, P A
MARIO QUINTS RO JR. UQ.
101 N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Klorlda 33128
Tel 13061 325-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
085TI Feb 29
March 7. 14. 21.1980
NOTICF OF ACTION
CONSTRl -IVESERVICE
(NO PROPERTY}
IN THE CIRCUITOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 29 (563 02
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
OFMINOR
BY STEPFATHER
IN RE
In the Matter of
the Adoption of
a Minor.
by Joseph Petlthomme
Stepfather
TO Jorge Theophelus
Fe mender
Residence I nknown
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Adop
tlon of Minor by Stepfather has
been filed and you are required
lo serve a copy of your written
I. tenses, if any. to It ,n
DANIEL RETTER,
ESQUIRE. attorney for
I'etitioner. whose address Is
Suite 1770. One Blscayne
Tower. Two South Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami, Florida.
U1U and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 18.
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
JEWISH KLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami,
Florida, on this 10th day of
March. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByV Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seali
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
One Blscayne Tower,
Suite 1770
Two South
Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33131
I 305 I 358 6090
Attorney for Petitioner
08618 March 14, 21.28;
___________________April 4,1980
IN THL CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90 3533 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE Tlie marriage of
V1LMAE ROSA
Wile Petitioner
^ -
HENRY ROSAJR
Huaband Respondent
PO HENRY ROSA IR
242 MELROSE ST
Hlti uiKl YN
NEW YORK 11201
YOl IRE HEREBY NOTI
KIK1' thai a Petition for I lie
solution oi Marriage has been
(lied and ) OU f e f
in ed to sen a i opj oi jroui
tnewer to the
w He Petitioner Attorney
1 ION M.I' F rl'.' IS r ESQ. 26
A 61 Ml \MI FLORIDA
. : file the original with
t the
< 'n .ill Court on or before 1 MM
la) ol tpi
RICH u:i> P BRINKER
nt court Clerk
ii% \ D Wade
\ 1 leput) Clerk
igi Man
\l.nl L 1HRP
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 2106 FC
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRAIOEOF
IOSI M \NCK1.KA1RI '/..
Petitioner
NELLY KAIRUZ,
Respondent
TO Mrs Nell) Kami/.
507 Weal 129 Streel
New York, New York
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
K1KD thai a pe' tlon for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this COUli and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
DsvldE Stone. Stone. Sostchln
,v Oonzalez. P A attorney for
I'etitioner. whose address is
1401 W Klagler Street. Suite
201. Miami. Klorlda 33135. (3051
649-4411. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April
4. 1980. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Klorlda on this 28 day of
Kebruary. 1980
RICHARD P P.iINKER
AsClerk, Circuit Court
DadeCou:ity. Klorlda
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal)
David E Stone
Stone. Sostchln A Gonaalei.
1401 W Flagler Street, Suite
201
Miami. Florida 33138
,306 1649 4411
Attorney for Petitioner
0M7S FebJO
March 7.14, 21.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Civil Action No 80 2707 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRAIOE
IN RE Die marriage of
BARBARA A MORGAN,
I'etitioner Wife,
and
KilIN ,\ MORGAN
Reepondenl Husband
PO IOHN A MOROAN
I0B2 Ardmore Drive
Greensboro, North
Carolina
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
I ii.-solution of Marriage has
been tiled against you and you
are required lo serve a copy of
\,,ui written defenses. If any. lo
it on ARTHl'K H I.IPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street Suite 110-B. Miami.
Klorlda. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
slyled court on or before March
28, 1980. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Klorlda on this 22 day of
Kebruary. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seali
0H569 Feb 29
_____________March 7. 14.21. 1980
1 NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. SO J73SFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of:
WILFREDOP CARBONELL.
Husband
and
JACINTA CARBONELL.
Wife
TO Jacinta Carbonell
Residence Address
unknown
YOt ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a opy of
your written defenses, it any. to
it on ALBERT I.
CARRICARTE P.A attorney
for the I'etitioner WtlOSC ad
die i- 2401 N w 7th Streel
Miami Klonda 33128 and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Mai i h -'- 1980;
otherwise a default will be
,i against you tor the
Ii mended in the com
plaint or petition
This notn shall be published
once each week for four
itlve weeks m THE
IEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
.aid ourl Bl Miami.
Klorlda on this ;:' day of
Febi lai
RICH Mil' P BRINKER
VsClei k Circuit Court
I'ade County Klonda
B) Clarlnda Brown
\ .: leput) Clerk
ill Court Seal
i i 'ai ri, arte P i
. \ w 7th Str
Miami FlondaS312B
I '.'IT
Attol ne) for I'etitioner
Keb .V
March : 14 21 i*"1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Ml
YEN thai the undersigned
ng !> engage In business
under the name LAND AND
M muni-: CONSTRUCTION al
Blackwater Drive Mile
Marker 106, Key Largo, Fla
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court ol Dade County Florida
Ronald K Arnold
Rlchman Outlenmacher
Attorney* for applicant
no Hiscayne Hldg
19 W Klagler St
Miami. Kla 33130
08S37 Feb. 22.29.
March 7. 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
ANDRKW QEIXER" al
Store A 13. The Kails Shopping
Center, Southwest 136 Street
and Highway US No 1. in
lends to register said name
\ ilh Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Cuui t of Dade County. Florida
SHOE BUSINESS SOUTH
AT THE FALLS. Inc
Donald H Hroudy. President
08591 March 7. 14. 21. 28, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that Ihe undersigned,
desiring lo engage in business
under the fictitious name
ROTHMAN'S SHOE SALON"
at Store A-13. The Falls
Shopping Center. Southwest 136
Street and Highway U.S. No. 1.
mi end- to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
ICourt of Dade County. Florida
i SHOE BUSINESS SOUTH
AT THE FALLS. Inc
Donald H Broudy. President
08596 March 7. 14. 21. ^li6U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNT"
Civil Action No 802927 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTK .
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The Marriage of
EDI Milxi R08 M.KS
I 'elltloner
and
M ERCEDES s ai.a
ROSALES
Respondent
PO MERCEDES
ROSALES
Reeideni e nknown
Yin ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIKD that an action for
Dissolution Of Marriage lia.-
lieen filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any to
it on MILTON C MOODMAN.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 19 West Flagler
Street. Suite 520 Blscayne
Building. Miami. Florida, and
file the onglnal with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
, before April 4.1980. otherwise a
' default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of the said court at Miami.
Klorlda this 25 day of
Kebruary. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
MILTONC GOODMAN, Esq
19 West Flagler Street
Suite 520 Blscayne Building
Miami. Fla 33130
Phone 379-1885
Attorney for Petitioner
08570 Feb 29
March 7. 14. 21 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
DANIEL LORENZINNI at 235
Uncoln Road. Suite No 200.
Miami Reach. Klorlda Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
i 'ad,- County Klonda
- \MI EL ZAR1EI.INSKI
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Samuel
Zabiellneki
Road Suite 392
Miami Beat h Kla SSI89
K,b :
March 7 14 '.'l 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
.;\ kn thai the ui
under the 'ii ntlous names m t
DWECK Inc D B A Sl'M
CRAFT NOVELTY at i'.'k' n K
SO Street. Mlai rlda
with the Clerk ot the Circuit
Dadi i Ida
M \ DWECK INC
H \i:\ KY D FRIEDM \n
si nci:
NO\ELTY
n< oln Road Suit) No
Miami Beai h FlorldaS818
Keb .11
M 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKHY
GIVEN that the undi
desiring tO engage in bUS
under the fl< tltlous name ol
IMER1CA ISH \KI. CHAM
BER OF COMMERC1
number :tH?"i Bis,
Boulevard In th.- (':'.',
Miami, Florida, intend
reglstei the said name w ith the
Clerk ot UlC Circuit Court of
I lade County, Klonda
i tated al Miami Florida, this
20th day of Kebruarv. 1*>0
GREATER MIAMI ISRAEL
CHAJaBER OF COMMERCE
INC
By s ARTHIRS
ROSICHAN
President
100 Percent Interest
MORTON B ZBMEL.J D
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 111
16666 N E 19th Avenue
N Miami Beach. Fla 33162
08562 Feb 29
March 7. 14.21.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA ISRAEL CHAM
BER OF COMMERCE at
number 3950 Blscayne
Boulevard. In the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
20th day of February. 1980.
GREATER MI AMI ISRAEL
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
INC.
By: s ARTHURS
ROSICHAN
President
100 Percent Interest
MORTON B ZEMEL. J.D
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 111
16666 N E 19th Avenue
N Miami Beach. Fla 33162
08561 Feb 29
March 7. 14.21.1980


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-Public Notices
T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cut No. 90-3*55 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE The marriage of
NELSON PEREIRA.
Petitioner Husband
va.
NOEMI S PEREIRA.
Respondent Wife
TO NOEMI S PEREIRA
91 ".lenwood Drive
Briar Park
Dover. Delaware 19001
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
-against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. If
any. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESQ plaintiffs
attorney, whose address Is 2356
Salzedo Street, Suite 309. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before April 4. 1980. and file the
original with the cleric of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately 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 February
21.1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
08554 Feb. 29.
_______________March 7. 14,21.1960.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name
STATE TITLE REALTY COM
PANY at 3109 Ponce de Leon
Blvd Coral Gables. Florida.
Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WAYNEK SPENCER
GEORGINAS ESTEVA
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Wemer, Jacobowltz and
Fried, PA
Attorneys for State
Title Realty Company,
a Florida General
Partnership
1111 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach Fla 33139
08539 Feb 22, 29.
March 7. 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
AEF BUILDING MANAGE
ME.NT at Suite 230, One Lin-
coln Road Building, Miami
Beach. Fla 33139. Intends to
register said name with the
Cerk of the Circuit Court of
Dadc County. Florida.
ABRAHAM FLEISHER
08540 Feb. 22.29.
March 7. 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
STATE TITLE HOLDING
COMPANY at .1109 Ponce de
Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables.
Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ill Dade County,
Flo!
;>: title
holding company
Smith, Mandler, Smith
iVernei lai obowttl
i I led. P A
Alton state
TItli mpany.
rida General
Par Inership
mi Lincoln itiuii Mall
Miami Beai h Fla 33139
Feb 22.29.
March 7. 14. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the flctltolus name
state title holding
COMPANY at 3109 Ponce de
I.e Florida, Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
WAYNEK SPENCER
GEORGINA ESTEVA
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Werner, Jacobowltz
* Fried. P A.
Attorneys for State
Title Holding Company,
a Florida General
Partnership
1111 Lincoln Road Mail
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
08538 Feb 22,29;
March 7.14.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Care-
free World of Travel at 2125
Biscay ne Blvd.. Suite 200,
Miami, Fla Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
rtortda
Carefree World Inc .
a Florida
Corpora tlon 100 percent
08686 March 7. 14. 21.28.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 88-9415
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTIOC
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The marriage of
LEONCRAIG
Petitioner Husband
and
WENDY P CRAIO
ResDOndent Wife
TO WENDY PCRA1G
RD4.
Shlppensburg.
Pennsylvania
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167'
Street, 110-B. Miami, FL 33169.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before April 18. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 7th Day ol
March. 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
08613 March 14. 21. 28.
April 4. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 96-3443 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE The marriage of
ELENA ARROYO
Petitioner Wife
VICTOR D ARROYO
Respondent Husband
TO VICTOR D.
ARROYO
c o Laury
School Supply
De Diego No 110
Carolina.
Puerto Rico 00630
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses, if
any to it on DANIEL
GALLUP ESQ plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 2355
Salredo Street, Suite 309, Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before April 18. 1980. and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff'! attorney or Im
mediately thereafter, other
rise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
if this court on March 7.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
ByC P Copeiand
M Deputy Clerk
H8614 March 14. 21.28.
____________April 4 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 90 2123
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the maniac* ol
EDWARDR RODEN
Petitioner Husband.
SI /.ANNE RODEN
Respondent Wifi
NOTICE OF ACTION
vNNE RODEN
j i He,i den Road
Mlddli' iwn N I 07741
YOI ARE HEREBY NO! I
FIED thai a Petition I
ilutlon of Maniaae has
been filed and commenced In
this Court and you are required
I ropy of your written
,i any, to u on
ANGELO P DEMOS. ESQ Of
DEMOS. CARTER &
DOI GHERTY, Attorney for
Petitioner Husband, whose
address Is Suite 1910. One
BUM ayne Boulevard. Miami.
Fl. 33131. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before April
4. 1980. otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for In the
Petition
This Notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In the
JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court at Miami.
Dade County. Florida this 26
day of February. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk
ByG S CARLIE
Deputy Clerk
08573 Feb 29
_______________March 7, 14,21,1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
PANORAMA TOURS at 407
East 15 Street. Hlaleah. Fla
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
Juan Antonio Domlnguez
08622 March 14, 21.28;
April 4. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 10-3404 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The marriage of
METIDIEU ARTIS,
Petitioner-Husband
and
MARIE L ARTIS
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU MARIE L ARTIS. St
Louis Du Nord. Haiti. W I are
hereby notified to serve a cop>
of vou'i Answer to the Petition
For D.ssolutlon of Marriage
filed against you. upon Hus
band's attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQUIRE. 612
NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33136. and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
or before Aortl 18. 1980. other
wise the Petition will be con
fessedbyyou
DATED this 6th day of
March. 1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
' Deputy Clerk
08610 March 14, 21.28,
April 4,1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUSICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CaseNe. M-7f07(FC)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OK
ROSED ROSEN.
Petitioner Wife
I.E' iNARDM ROSEN.
Respondent Husband
HO LEONARD M ROSEN
1517 Naudaln Street.
Apt B
Philadelphia. Pa
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
oh' MARRIAGE has been filed
agalnal you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
u rltten answer and defenses, if
any. to It on DANIEL
0 M.I.IT, ESy plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 2355
salaeoo Street. Suite 309 Coral
Cables. Florida. 33134 on 6Y
before April 4. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wi>. a default will be entered
anlnal you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
leal of this court on Feb 27.
1990
Rli hard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
by M J Hartnett
\- I leputv Clerk
Feb 29 March 7. 14 21.
1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Civil Action No 7 15372
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
carol l. Hi rVRLA,
Petitioner Wife.
and
losEI'H BUTURLA,
Respondent Husband
TO JOSEPH BUTURLA
300 Northeast ucith Street
North Miami. Florida
33161
Yol \HE HEREBY noti
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed i gainst you and you
squn ed to serve ,i i >m ol
If any to
a on Alt Hi R H LIPSON
ir Petitioner,
- 1618 Northwest
''
' I arid file t1 a Itll
il thi ab
i ourt on or before Apr II i
default aril
i t against you tor the
relii i demanded In the
plaint or petition
WITNESS rir.
il said court ..'. Miami
Florida on this 21 dat ol
February, 1980
RICHARDP BRINKER
v-I "lei I'm ull Court
I ia le County Floi Ida
ByV Barkle)
V-1 leputv Clerk
On nit Court Seal r
08674 her, 29
March 7, 14.21 I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 90 25S4FC0S
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
JEAN SIMON JUSME.
Petitioner-Husband
and
CLARA JUSME.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. CLARA JUSME.
residence unknown, are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Pe'ltlon For DU
solution of Marriage filed
against you. upon Husband s
attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS ESQUIRE 612
NW 12th Avenue. Miami
Florida 33136. and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
or before April 18. 1980, other
arias the Petition -vlll be con-
ed by you
DATED this 6 day of March
1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
ByV Barkley
Deputy Clerk
*611 March 14. 21. 28.
AprlM 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 90 343*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The marriage of
KENNETH P SMITH
Petitioner Husband
DOROTHY E SMITH
Respondent Wife
TO Dorothy E Smith
112 Dickinson Street
Springfield.
Massachusetts
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
t.een 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, Suite 110-B. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before April
18 1980, otherwise a default
vUl be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
.seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 7th day of
March, i960
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal >
u812 March 14.21. 28,
AuniLAiSL
Eric Turetsky
OpensLaw
Offices
=F
'"J. ''Oic,.
^I
Eric B. Turvtsky
announced the opening J
Kictice with offices
e New World Tow-
North Biscayne BoulevJJ
Floor. Miami, and at 420
Road, Miami Beach
Turetsky graduated fj
University of MhiKanwJ
honors and was ., member*
Law Review at the [nn
Florida where he n
juris-doctor degree
He was formerly
with the firm .if Mvers
Levinson. Kenin & ft
where he headed the
Department
Turetsky is active '
Jewish community when.
serves as campaign chain*
the Young-Adu.li division
Greater Mi imi j
Federation, a member d
Campaign Steering Co
the Greater Miami
Federation and member4
board of director* of the
Vocational S-n. i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 3JI1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE MARIA P
SANCHEZ ZABALETA
Petitioner
and
CRISTOBALZABALETA
Respondent
TO CRISTOBALZABALETA
16500 Jamaica Avenue
Queens. N Y
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a peUtlon for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a ropy of your
written defenses. If any to it on
Rogelio A del Pino, Esquire,
attorney for PellUoner. whose
address is 1401 West Elagler
Street. Miami. Florida Hilt,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before April 18 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the COtn
pl.t in t or petition
This notice shall be published
mi each arsek tor four 00*1
secuUvs weeks In JEWISH
FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
ol said court at Miami.
Florida on this loth day of
Maxi h 18M
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk ClrcultCourt
I lade County Florida
Ms Clarlnda Brown
As liepuly Clerk
,il Court Si I
It A del Pino
Esa .
1401 West Flaglei 8tn i '
Miami Florida SS13B
I M nil
v meyI rl'etltloner
Mai i
-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No K U1IFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RI
: IN CRI /
band
M.H \ 1NESCRI /
Wife
in W.HA INHSCltrz
Resldem s Addrsss
I nknow n
Yen ARE HEREBY NOTI
HIED that an action for Ills
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
r equired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to It on
ALBERT L CARRK'ARTE
P A attorney for Petitioner.
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th
Street. Miami. Florida 33142,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before April 18, 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
secutlve weeks In THE
lEVylSHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami.
Elunda on this 12 day of March.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. ClrcultCourt
Dade County. Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit OouH Seal i
ALBERT L CARRK'ARTE.
P A
MU NW7U1 Street
Miami, Florida 33129
549 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
eW March u
______ April 4. 1980
Public Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name (lav
roche of France, at 3398 NW
41st St Miami. Fla 33142
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
I 'ourt of I lade County, Florida
I F Manufacturing, lnc
08490 March 7. 14. 21 28. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name IDH
COLLECTIBLES at 3804 South
Ocaan Drive. Hollywood.
Florida 33019 Intend to register
Said name w 1th the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
International Diamond
House im
\ lolet Ventura. President
.1804 South i icean Drive
Hollywood Florida 88019
IW625 March 14 21 18
April 4 1980
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is hereby
i;i\kn thai the undersigned
desiring \,, ngagi In business
nuclei UlC (n UtlOUS name of
Im sstmenl Co. at
number ;'14J> ne mmUi street
i o Alan Pinkwasser In the
Clt) Ol North Miami P
i- kinds inland tar the
said name w rth the Clerk of the
Circuit Court Ol Dade County
Florida
Dated ai North Miami
Beach Florida this H day of
Mai r h 198U
1 an Handlei < '
U Handlei Jointly
... 11 .
v llllam Nell Handler
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dler
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ApriM. 19811
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. ? 11 JJ (10)
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE ITm mai rtags ol
mw.ni- \ SMITH
Petitioner Wife
ami
DANIEL KEATlNn
SMITH
Respondent Husband
Di DANIELKEATINCJ
SMITH
Resident a unknown
ITOll ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition to Vacate Final
Judgment of Dissolution of
Marriage and or Modification
of Final Judgment and Award
of Alimony has been filed
Against you. and that you are
required to serve a copy of your
response or pleading to the
petition upon Petitioner's at-
torney. IRA S SILVER, at
Suite 2628. One Biscayne
Tower Miami, Florida 33131
and file the original response or
pleading In the office of the
Clerk of (he Circuit Court, on or
before the 18 day of April. 1980
If you (all to do so. a default
will he taken against you for
the release demanded In the
petition
DATED at Miami Dade
Count) Florida this 5 day of
RICHARD I KR
Clerk of Cln I irt
Bj L C rrsflaaea
M irch 14 2i. 28.
________ April 4. 1980
NOTICE UN0EI
FICTITIOUSNAMEUI
NOTICE 19 heb
GIVEN U jnon,
desinng I.....igagt m |
under the hi '..'.iounml
Profiles a' : .- ne 6thah
Apt NlOt Miami, F1|
intend to reg iter Mid i
with the Cli
Court o! i >a k
Peggy Wilner
13285 Nt |
Apt N10B
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08626 March Mas
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Thirty
In Memoriam
-two years ago a seedling burst its shell and
oed'trirough soil once thought barren. It was the
sDicious beginning of the Hebrew Academy of
r eater Miami. A handful of children attended a
Hebrew day school in a single room.
Today that school has grown to fulfillment,
nurturing the minds of seven hundred children from
nursery through high school in gleaming modern
wildings with media centers, computers, and football
teams.
And on March 10,1980, the visionary who dreamed
this school, the great and gentle soul who dedicated
his life to children, Rabbi Chaim Alexander Sender
Gross died at the age of sixty-three.
A thousand mourners came to weep as he was
eulogized at the very school he built. Hundreds of
thousands more throughout the world wept as well.
His death was neither swift nor merciful. His flame
burned too brightly to be easily extinguished. How he
must have wrestled with the Angel of Death. What
eloquence must have flowed from his lips as he
pleaded for more time to continue his holy work.
But he is gone. He leaves a loving wife, five
children, and a grateful Jewish world community. He
leaves a living memorial of Torah study which will
"ounsh in his name.
Rabbi Gross was a hero in a world desperate for
heroes He was an inspiration in a world filled with
cynicism and despair. He was a husband to Shirley, a
father to Shraga. Carmi. Effie. Ora Lee, and Gila. He
was an orator, a teacher, a rabbi to his congregation;
and m all these roles he was without peer.
He loved to speak of the Hebrew Academy as "a
beautiful synthesis of the spiritual and secular." He
spoke the truth, for the school reflects his image. His
brilliant mind synthesized dreams and reality,
spiritu i ind practicality.
: e difficult to walk the halls of the Hebrew
Academv and not see Sender Gross embracing a
brigh- .>cond grader. It will be difficult to attend
an assembly and not hear his words strung like
lumin earls.
; aud his noble works We mourn his un-
timely passing. We pray for strength and comfort for
: 'amily.
Dr. Morton I. Lieberman
Chairman of his
Board of Directors
Beth Raphael Sisterhood Meets
11 mple Beth
d it- meeting on
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Public Notices
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
fHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
Cm'No 80 334JFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTV
marriage of
Mm: i \ ; ymk
Wife
AI.IKI M1K
Husband
'" M IEI NJIK I
i *>i 10] Street
M' -i
N W 10028
"" IRE NOTIFIED that
n action for DISSOLUTION
"RIAGEhaa barn Hied
"> and you are
S -cop^ofySur
m. .L.*,r and defenses. If
, V '' "" DANIEL QAL,
*Q Plamtiff s attorney.
- V.183 Saliedo
I, i* M'34 or before April
SrwrfS
SFStSJBi
1 OU for the relief
tal Hid the
| lUrch s.
Schlessinger, Frieda Johnson
and Jennie KuU-l
Mrs \ eda < Irubet is in i1
ol the program .md will lead the
group in songs
/{cnanah Hadassah
Kenanal --'tl
will \v.v- >h '"',
chi
ioui House
South Restaurant Dr
u eosberg r ill speak on
Living with Today s Stress
P BHJNKER
uri
peland
lerk
h 14.21. 2*
April* I0*i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN th.it the underslgi
desiring lo engage li
imdei lh n< tltioui name
FLA OXER PLAZA I-I R
Mil RE -it nil Weal Flagler
Street Miami ru BM4, ln
lends to regtaUr bbM name
with the fl.Th of U l lr,u"
Court nt DadaOounty, Klorlda
Carlos Vera
.lye-ii March 14, 21 .
**" April 4. IW
SAMUEL AND
LILLIANLICHTENSTEIN
CHARITABLE AND
EDUCATIONAL
FOUNDATION INC.
Principal activity of this
organization is to accumulate a
uTliClertt capital for the
following purposes
)ur son. Lawrence
Uchtensleln Is a full Professor
of Medical Research of the
Johns Hopkins Inlverslty and
Hospital in the area of
Immunology He will be ex^
perlmenUnf In the cures or
allergies and other diseases
These experiments Will
require huge sums of capital
,u i umulation
DtKloi Uchteneteln '"
...... and lecturee all
Um world in '- *i**<-iai
fields This too will require
huge sums
II, is also a i llnltlon tor In
dividual! t ihr"
ailments
, 1980
Morton Beigel,
Lawyer, Dies
Funeral services were held
March 5 at Gordon Funeral
Home for Morton M. Beigel, 66, a
Miami lawyer for 35 years, who
died March 4.
A resident of Miami for the
past 35 years, he came from
Boston, Mass.
Surviving are his wife Ger-
trude; children, Michael (Terry)
Fass of West Palm Beach, and
Rita (Dennis) Rauzin of Miami.
Lynda (Jim) Beigel of San
Francisco and Diane Duchon.
Miami; three sisters. Frances
Rosenberg, West Palm Beach,
Betty Gerringer of Forest Hills.
NY., and Sylvia Young,
Chestnut Hill. Mass.; grand-
children Ivy, Joel, Jamie. Scott
and Julie.
Interment was in Star of David
Memorial Park.
LEVENSON
Mr* Rose 70. Miami Reach Mrs
Levenaon was the widow ol tJeorge 8
Levenaon chaplain emeritus of the
Miami Beach Elks Lodge No inn Bha
*.,s devoted mother >>! Jim and Carol
Levenaon dear tiater ol Simon Pearl;
deal stater-In-law ol Rosa Pearl;
ted grandmother of I'enny and
M.nk Levenaon and Eileen and Hlllie
..i loving great-grandmother of
kin I even
sraa a resident lor the past M years
i omlng here from Boston She was a
past president and charier member of
the North shore B'nal H nth Women I
ind a H yeai Ufa member of
II nal H I ith a life member Of Hadassah
and the Women'! Cancer League
member of Brandeli Unlve rally
\ toclaUon, Blacayne Chapter ORT
Morton I reri lal Club and many
other civli and charitable organlia-
Uor Mere held March 6 at the
Newman Funeral Home mth interment
mi Nebo I 'emeterj
FREEDLAND
Kud IhMlamlBeach March6
Formerly of Chicago, he had been a
1,-nt for the paal Hi a aa .
member ol American Legion Miami
lie ai h Post No 98 TPA and the Chi-Ami
i'lub He > i- the husband ol leanne;
(athei oi Lowell of North Miami Beach
,. i land) Rei (- "i !
i'aniie Ereedland ol North Miami
Ueai h grandfather ol I.....Ann
lonathan Reevei brother ol
mi Wenei ol Miami; brother in law
manuel Kohn ol Chli ago and .
i ri d and i >r Mark Wener
, ,r\ i,... en- held March 7 al
Kiversidi I nape I followed bj Intel i
inUik' I'.irk
ISERSON
hine-i n March i He was i reatdenl
ide Count) in fdrmei
Sew Vorh Surviving are a
laiureni e daughter In law Mai
Laurie, Jeffrey
a ten ignea
ind Hi Baumbi
Earlier In
He

held
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RAPHAEL
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vlng
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Irving Shack of Queens n y and
one ^i .md. hlld da loral mk
Funeral sen li ei were held Man h 5 at
ll Home with interment
it Ml Binal Cemeter)
FIVERSON
HarrietK M MlamlBeach March* a
realdent tor 18 years, she was formerly
from New York Surviving are her
.,, Lillian Elbem and bedie
S.hanU. hotho. Miami Beach and a
brothel Paul R Kleinberg of Miami
iarvlcei were held Tuesday in New
jersey with the Rlvers.de In charge of
mgementa
KI.KI.MAN. Bertha P.. li. Bay Harbor
Island. March B. Levitt Welnsteln
,;i hVKNKIt Rebecca. 5. Pembroke
Plnai March 10 Levitt Welnsteln
I.ANK i lertnide. 87. Hollywood. March
memSmS^'Out, 7B. North Miami
Beach. March 9 Riverside
CH SKIN I -telle Rubin
EPSTEIN, Eara New York City and
Miami Beach Riverside
I ISITZKY, Aron. 74. Nor h Miami
Beach March8 Rubin lakeside
STRANSKY Eatell* H Peb 23
Qordon Ml Nebo
DAVIS Cella Eelnberg Hollywood.
March 5 Riverside Ml Nebo
t-Kl'KK Morns Miami Beach Rubin
LiOLDSTSIN Mrs Bella Miami
Beach Robin
GORDON Rose MlamlBeach Mar. h
K1MMEL tnne Miami Beach Rubin
FRIEDMAN tugusta 7
KLEIN Richard Harbor

;.). Selma March.,
Services Held for Theresa Rubin
Services have been held for
Theresa Rubin of Miami Beach,
who died March 2 of cancer at
Baptist Hospital.
Born in New Jersey, Mrs.
Rubin lived in New York before
coming to Miami Beach 20 years
ago.
She was a life member of the
Emma Lazarus Chapter of
Hadassah, a member of the
National Council of Jewish
Women, former treasurer of the
National Ladies Auxiliary of
Jewish War Veterans on Miami
Beach, and a member of the
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid.
Services Held for Ida Rosen
Funeral services were held
March 10 at the Riverside for Ida
Rosen of Pembroke Pines, who
died March 8.
A resident of South Florida for
20 years, she was formerly of
New York.
She was the wife of the late
JACOBS
Sol 57, Miami. March V He had made
his home here for the past 28 years,
coming from Brooklyn. N Y He was a
member of the Knights of Pythias for
more than 30 years and was a member
lo, ally of Roosevelt Ixidge No 177 Sur-
viving are his wife Miriam, son Eric of
Miami, daughter Joyce Kenneth!
Christianson of Kennesaw. (la., six
brother! Jullua of Miami Ben of Clear-
water Mm of silver Spiinga, Md .
Philip ol Brooklyn Oacai ol Tampa.
Bernard Ol Miami and his sister Ruth
Rablnowltf Of Miami Kuneral servu es
were held March in at 'iordon Kuneral
Home with interment at Ml Smai
1 "emelers
COHEN
ll.i.e 69 Miami. March 6 Aresldentof
Miami tor ^''i years, she came from
Surviving are her husband
Hyman tour brothers Ray Lewis.
. is Burlln Ia- is and Wayne
Lewi! and a sister Be.idle Maddix
Puneral service! were held March 10.
KESNICK,
March 8
I i.Udells
Mill STKK
Natalie. 54. Mlramar.
Levitt Welnateln Sharon
Carl 7 North Miami
B.a.h March U Riverside
Two Choice Plots witn
perpetual care in beautiful
Linden Hill Cemetery of Cen-
tral Synagogue NYC Jewish
Faith Reasonable offer invited
Call 672-4259 after 6 p m
Samuel Rosen: mother of the late
Miriam Cieser. Estelle Harris,
Jacob Sherman and Arnold;
grandmother of 11; and great-
grandmother of eight; sister of
Harry and Ben Goldstein and
Nettie Strauss.
Interment was at Star of David
Cemetery.
BKRKOWITZ. Morris. 82. Miami
Beach, March 7 Riverside
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FRIEDMAN. Delia, 85. North Miami
Beach. Gordon
GOODMAN Abraham. 72. Miami,
March 7 I Iordon Star of David
kay Lena P., M Miami March 7
Qordon Ml Nebo
3ELINGER Either 77. Miami Beach
Gordon
KDELSON Mn Anna K. 5 Coral
Gablaa March Rlveralde Ml
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KR1EDELSON I- reda March 4
GOLSTON Ina M Hallandala March
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KOMJtAD, laadore, March Rlveralde.
SEGAL leanne Hollywood March 8.
Rlveralde Sharon Gardens
ROSE, Murry n Peb 29 Rlveralde,
Mt. Nebo
DOPPELT, Bather. H3, March 3
Menorah Mt Nebo
GERWITT Klsie TS, March 5 Mt
Nebo
LAMDEN Mildred N March 6
Riverside Mt Nebo
DAVIS, Cella m March 5 Riverside
Mt Nebo
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