The Jewish Floridian

ALBORADA Toi RS at 407
East IS Street Hialeah Fla
intends to register said name
with the Oerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida
Juan Antonio Domlnguei
SB March 14 21 28
April 4. 1980
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE "TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No lanjjj i in
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The marriage o(
MAX:Nl \ SMITH
I'etltloner Wife
and
DANIEL KEATING
SMITH
Respondent Husband
n> DANIEL KEATING
SMITH
done* unknown
Wl ARE HEREBY notified
thai Petition to Vacate Final
:en! o| Dissolution o(
Marriage and or Modification
nal Judgment and Award
Uimonj Ua* been died
. and that you are
e a copy- of your
. eadlng to the
pon Petitioners at
-:: \ IK at
one Blscayne
'Ida 33131
ISaJ response or
'the
ourt on or
vpnl. 194*3
a deiault
-t you (or
- demanded in the
Dade
la this 5 d
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h 14 21 28
April 4 1980
INTHE CIRCUrrT,
THE ELEVENTHS-
^ CIRCUITING
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Case No taiiJSI
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IN THE CIRCUITCO
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CIRCUITOFFLOIIB
AND FOR DADE CO
Civil Action No *Qi
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Lecircuitcourtof
he i1th judicial
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lECOUNTY FLORIDA
*AMILY DIVISION
tlwNo 60 3IWFC
|CE BY PUBLICATION
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kviDLEROY
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I .,. i knowni
Fare hereby mimed
n lor Dissolution
EriVgt ha- been filed
iyou and you are hereby
>py of your
ror other pleading to the
on the Petitioner's
ley. MICHAEL A
jIMAN whose address Is
w |7 Avenue, Miami.
33125 and file the
ii wim tru Clerk of the
Styled Court in or before
i l.n \pt il 1880. or a
It will he entered against
ft:ii Ulll -titri day of
4r>. I*-"
THARDI' BRISKER
|rrk "I i'ii' 'lit Cowl
B> Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
March 7 n 21.38, i9ho
jtice of action
itructive service
|n0property)
|e circuitcourtof
Eleventh judicial
til it OF FLORIDA, IN
IFORDADECOUNTY
iAMILY DIVISION
>il Action No 8C 103*
>NF0R DISSOLUTION
|OF MARRIAGE
I I- .u land.
and
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| HI REBY NOTI
I ai tlon for I 'i-
. has tit'fii
t md you are
i 'p\ o( > our
I iny. toll on
ler S Cohen, attorney
>' .. address Is
Building, u ne
Venue Miami. Florida
Jnd [lie the original with
I above styled
i In-iore April 11.
Hherwise a default will
sF' ilrurl you for the
mandi I In the com
r petition
I till he published
fH\ week for four con
weeks in THE JEW
mini \n
ESS iii> hand and the
U.ud court at Miami.
Ion tnis 38 day of Feb-
lAKDP BRINKER
perk Circuit Court
ounty, Florida
ihO Hess
J puty Clerk
It'our-l Seal ,
? hen
Bias
1' i Petitioner
March 7, 14 21.28. 1980
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MICHAEI.C WILSON
STATE PENITENTIARY
HOX 137. TII.I.ERY
NORTHCAROI.1NA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
B H IIHOIIY, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
633 NK If! IT N.M.B., FI.A
33162. on or before April U
1980. and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter; other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal of this Court on March 13
I |go
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al Clerk of the Court
B) < 'larind.i Brown
As I H'putv Clerk
OBCM March 21. IS;
April 4. il. loan
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3*23 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
It M.I'HC PROCACCINI
Petitioner Husband
and
KATHERINE PROCACCINI
Respondent Wife
li> KATHERINE
PROCACCINI
i 0 Vk illiam Norrls
New Hampshire
Court
Apartment No 1
YouilCStown, Ohio
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution Ol Marriage has
l n filed against you and you
., i equtrad to WBV\ e a copy of
your w rttten defenaea, if any. to
it on ARTHUR H I.1PSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address ll 1818 NW 167 Street.
Suite HOB Miami Florida,
and file the original with the
' lerk of the above styled court
on or before April 18. 1880.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint orpetilion
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 12th day of
March, i*8i>
RICHAKDP BRINKER
Ascierk Circuit Court
DadeCounty Florida
Its Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
08630 March 21.2-
AprlU. 11.19*0
[CIRCUITCOURTOF
VfVENTH JUDICIAL
CUIT IN AND FOR
COUNTY.FLORIDA
e No 80 345FC
"LY DIVISION
igeof
IRIEWltaoN
>-' WILSON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 3*14 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
PABLO DAVI LA
Petitioner Husband
and
St SANADAVILA
Reapondent Wire
ro Mi- BuaanaDavUa
Korea 1300
Quito ECUADOR
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Yol mik HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai a Petition Foi
ilutlon Of Mania*;.' has
t.een filed against you and you
,:. required to serve copy ol
youi Answer or pleading to
Bid petition on petitioner -
attorney GEORGE T
It \M ANI ESQ. Suite Til BIS
cayne Mulg IB Weal Flaglei
Street Miami Florida 33130
and file the Original Anawei "i
Pleading in the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk on "i
before 29 day ol April. IBM II
sou fall to do >" Judgment i>>
default will be taken against
you (or the relief demanded In
aid petition
DONE UMD ORDERED at
Miami Dad* County, Florida
Dili IS day Ol March. 1980
Richard P Hnnker
Circuit Court Clerk
i lade County Florida
By C P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
00*31 March 21. 28,
April! II. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CHECK MATE, c o Green
field. Suite :>6. 3701 N Country
Club Drive. Miami 33180 In .
"tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I lade County. Florida
Irving Oreenfleld
08638 March 21. 28
Aprtl4.ll. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
FOUNTAIN OP YOUTH DIS
TRIBUTORS al 16499 NE 19th
Ivenue North Miami Beach
Florida 3.116a. intends to
register said name with the
1 lerk of if,,- Circuit Court of
I lade County. Florida
FOI NTAINOF Yol TH
SPAS* HOT Tl US INC
By Larry Peder, President
Yl'KN A NE\ INS
\l lorneys for
Fountain of YiHith
s|>..- V Hoi 1Mb! Inr
641 March 21 H
April 4. II. 1980
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-3741 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF The marriage of
M M'.Y C CARRIS
Petltlonei
and
ROBERTS CARRIS
Respondent Husband
1X1 ROBERT K CARRIS
10 in >\ .
Walker Louisiana
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
ilutlon ol Marriage has
been filed against you and you
in <', red to sen> 1 opy of
voui written defenses, If any to
it on ARTHI R H LIPSON
attorney for Petllionei whoac
addn .-1-1 Sis \w 167 Street
Suite 110 it Miami. Florida
and nie the original with the
lerk of the ah'ne styled < ourt
on or before vpni 36, 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered agalnsl you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint orpetilion
WITNESS my hand and the
leal of said isirt at Miami.
Florida on this 13 day of March.
1UMI
RICH \rd I BRINKER
Is Clerk circuitcourt
I >ade County, Florida
itv a s Carllt
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seall
08639 March 21. 28;
April 4. 11. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring engage in business
under the fictitious names I.r.o
MARTIN DBA POMl'HI
COMMERCIAL IN'D> >
TRIAL PARK at 10880 10890
yuail Roost Drive Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
DadeCounty. Florida
Leo Martin
0*580 March 7 14.21.28 I9i
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above Ityled court on or before
\|'iil 11. 1981). otherwise a
default will he entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint orpetilion
This notice shall he published
once each week for four con
tecutlve weeks in THE FEW
ISH FLORII 'IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal oi Hid court at Miami,
Florida on this :n day of
February. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
1 ladeCouty, Florida
B) M 1 Hartnett
Ai Deputy Clerk
' l*in Hit Court Seali
Albert I. Carrlcarte v.^n
24 11 n\\ 7thStreet
Miami Florida 33138

Pel lllouei
Man h : 11 _'i 28 i960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 60-3*44 FC
FAMILY CIVIL
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
ELflY LOPIERRE.
Petitioner Wife
and
VICTOR M LOPIERRE
Respondent Husband
TO Mr Victor M
Looter re
2519 30th Drive. No 1 I
I>>ng Island City.
NY 11102
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIFO that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w ritten defenses i( any toll on
Gisela Cardonne stone Boat
chin It Gonaalei P \ attorney
loi Petitioner, w hose addles- 1-
1101 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida .1:11:. and file
1 IgUUkl With the 1 lerk of
in, ab led court on or
\|>ni 1- i960; otherwise
.1 default will be entered
against you for the relief
pi ayed for In the complaint or
petition
Jills notice shall be published
one e.i, h week for f'Sir con
secutive weeks In The Jewish
Flondian
WITNES8 m\ hand and the
uild ."ii I al Miami
Honda on this 12th day of
Man h 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Is Clerk Cln ult Court
Dade (.'ounty. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
\-1 leputy C"lerk
1 Cm ult Court Seall
M Carmen mmimguei
stone. Soatchln *
Gonaales, I* A
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami r'loruLi 33135
08640 March 21
April 4. 11 l^-"1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVESERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 60 W41 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The marriage of
SILV ANIA ALMEIDA,
Wife
and
\ ICTOR ALMEIDA,
Husband
|o \ ICTOR M.MK1DA
C.He Las Flores
EdltlcloEnero,
Apt .
Carai as S en.-ieula
yOU ARF HEREBY NOTI
FIFO that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required 1 -py 01
v,,ui written defenaea it any, to
ALBERT I. I'ARRI
CART1 P A attorney toi
Petitioner, whom address
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 60 3U6 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage "i
THOMAS R CLEMMONS
Petitioner Husband
and
N VNCY 1. CLEMMONS
Respondent Wife
Hi N \ncy I. CLEMMONS
1 > Knight
RR Two
1 Hindu.-. Canada
Yin ark HEREBY NoTI
FIEI thai an ai tlon for
ilutlon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to sen,- ,1 opy ol
youi wi itten defenses if ,11
it on ARTHUR li LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner. w>
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street, Suite mil). Miami. PL
' and tile the original w Uh
Ule clerk of the aOOVO styled
court on or before April 11,
otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
pi.mil 01 petition
This no! 1, e shall be published
on, e each week for four con
llecutlva weeks in THE
.JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
FI01 ula on this 3rd day of
March, 1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B} K Seilned
K* Deputy Clerk
1 Cm ml Court Sea))
0X590 March 7. 14, 21, 28. 16A0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name IDH
COLLECTIBLES al SMM South
Ocean Drive, Hollywood
Florida SS019 intend to register
said name w Ittl the Clerk of the
.it Court of Dade Count)
Florida
International Diamond
House in.
\ lolel Ventura President
3604 South o. e.in Drive
Hollywood, H'lorida.'t.'iiUtl
08625 March 14.21 I-
Apnl IMO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Oav
ruche of France, al 3296 NW
41sl St.. Miami. Fla 33142
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
1 F Manufacturing. Inc
1*490 March 7, 14.21.28 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
judan Investment Co. at
number 2145 NF 204th Street.
, 0 Alan Pinkwasser. in the
City of North Miami Beach.
Florida intends to register the
said name w ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida ,., _,.
Dated at North Miami
li.ach. Florida, this 14 day of
March, 1980
Dan Handler and
Judith Handler. Jointly
as Trustees for
William Neil Handler
and
Susan Michelle Handler
Alan Pinkwasser
Attorney for Applicant
2146 NE 204 th Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33179
,VH6)6 March 14. 21,28
April 4. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN 'hat the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Plants In Design at 30064 SW
168th Court. Homestead, Fla.
cut.11 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Or
,ult Court of Dade County.
FI01 Ida
Mitchell 1 Rabin
March?. 14.21.28.1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 79-126VI FC
AMENDED ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
SI ZANNE JORDAN
and
lollN M JORDAN
TO JOHN M JORDAN
TheTidemark.
\pt No 527
2111 Crandon Boulevard
Key Blscayne, Florida
Yin ark HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
art 1 squired to ien i opy of
youi w ritten defenses. If ai
it on JACK R NAGELEY,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address i> ISO Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach Florida 33139
and file the original with the
clerk oi the above styled court
on 01 before April 111. I960;
Otherwise .1 default Will he
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
urn e eai h w eek for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
1 1 laid ourt at Miami,
Florida on this 29 day of
February 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk, Cln ult Court
I 1.id.'County Florida
By Willie Bradahaw, Jr
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal
1 \ck R n IGELEY
tjo 1 .in, oln Road
Miami Be.11 h
Florida 33139
D32 7362
attorney for Petitioner
118587 Man h : 14. 21.28 iw-o
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CiseNo 80 2932 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
INDREP BARREAU
Petitioner
and
DELCARMEF BARREAU
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO DEI A" ARM E F
BARREAU
106RUEVIU.ATHE
P BOYF.R
PF.TlONVILLE.
HAITI. W 1
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
1) It BRODY. ESQ.. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
633 NE 167 SI N M B.. Fla
33162. on or before April 4. 1980.
and file the original wiUi the
. lerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner or lm
mediately thereafter, other
wwe a default will be entered
.gainst you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
leal "1 this Court on Feb 27
1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Depiitv Clerk
U8577 March 7 11 21 28 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 32 30 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
ALBERTOE MENDOZA
Husband
MARI \ BELARMINA
MENDOZA
Wife
TO MARIA BELARMINA
MENDOZA
1.111 Lake Avenue
Apt 10
Metaine.
Louisiana 700115
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
ioiii w ritten defenses, if any. to
it on ALBERT I. CARRI-
CARTE, PA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2401 N\S Tth Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above si vied court on or before
\piil II, 198H. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you fOI the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each weak for four con
ei uth w eeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 1 day of March.
l*su
RICHARD p BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
1 lade County Florida
ih 1; s Carlle
AaDeputy cierk
Circuit Court Seal 1
Mbertl. Carrlcarte. Esq
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
648 1917
Attorney for Pel
March 14 L'l 28 I9-"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 60 3231 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ELPIDIOA MARTINEZ,
I disband
land
HI.ANCA MARTINEZ.
Wife
ro BLANCA martini:/.
5131 North Hutchinson
Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania
YOU \he HEREBY NOTI j
FIED thai an a. tlon for!
Dissolution of Marriage has'
been filed agalnat you and youi
11 e le,|ulled to -el \ a I opy Of '
youi wi itten defenses, II any. to
ii on ILBERT 1. CARRI-
All II-: P \ attorney for
Petllionei whose address Is
_T.n N\s 7th Street, Miami.
Florida 33125, and file the
1 iginai with the 1 lerk ol the
. led court on "I before
April ii 1680; otherwise
leiuuii will be entered agalnat
you loi the rellel demanded In
the complaint or petition
This noth < shall be published
nee each wfeek for four con-
e, ut 1 ve weeks in THE
JEWISH FU IRIDI \n
v\ ITNESS ui> Hand and the
teal "i laid .....rl al Miami.
1 ula on "hi I da) "I March
|'.SM
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClei k ClTI ult Court
I lade < 'ounty. Floi Ida
11. 1; 9 Carlle
\ 1 leputy cierk
1 "111 uit Court Seal'
Albert 1. earn, arte, P \
2491 N V\ 7th Street
Miami Florida33138
1.1051 649 7617
Attorney for Petitioner
IH592 Man H7 14 '.'1 28 I960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 60 3237 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
DELIA F RUIZ
Wife
and
HERBERT RUIZ.:
Husband
TO HERBERT RUIZ
Residence Address
Unknown
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has-
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on ALBERT L CARRI-
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
1-49I NW 7th Street Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
nginal with the clerk of the
uho\ e styled court on or before
April 11. lN). otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
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March 7.14.21
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NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CRUD CUTTER at 3411 NE 163
Street Miami Fla intends to
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April 4. 11. 18.1680
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under the fictitious name
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Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
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lunder the fictitious name
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2nd Ave Miami Florida 38160
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CommemoRatinq deliveRance op the Jews
Passover is a rich, spiritual holiday full of
tradition and cultural meaning with a significance
touches all mankind. It commemorates the
deliverance of the Jews from Egyptian slavery
and celebrate* the stirring struggle for Jewish
'.'>m.
Th. Pesach festival, which begins on the eve of
the fourteenth day of the Hebrew month of Nisan.
and continue* for a period of eight days, is one of
our people's most beloved holidays.
1 'hi first two and last two days of the festival
an observed as full holidays. The intervening
or Choi Hamoed. are semi-holidays on
which work is permitted.
ALTHOUGH WE know that there was a
spring festival which antedates the Biblical
account of Passover, it was not until the great
I xodua of our ancestors from Egyptian bondage
(about 1200 B.C.E.) that Passover took on added
meaning and importance for Jews
Passover is "the season of our liberation" and
is, therefore, the holiday of freedom. It is so
named because the Lord "passed over" and
pared the houses of the children of Israel when
He smote the firstborn of the Egyptians.
The Hebrew name of the festival. "Pesach." is
derived from the Paschal lamb which, according
'" the Biblical account, was sacrificed by the
Israelites on the night prior to their hurried
departure from Egypt.)Exodus -12:1-28)
SOME PASSOVER symbols and their
meaning are as follows:
MATZOH This means unleavened bread. It
u made only of flour and water and is called the
bread of affliction." The three matzohs on the
Seder plate represent the three classes of Jews in
ancient Palestine: the Kohen. or priest; the
Levitt, who assisted the Kohen; and the Israelite.
Half of the middle matzoh is put away as the
Afikomen.
AFIKOMEN. This dessert and symbolizes
the Paschal lamb which was eaten at the end of
the Pesach meal. It has become the custom for a
child to "steal" the Afikomen and ask ransom for
*a return. This custom was introduced in order to
enliven the closing portions of the Seder for the
children
FOUR CUPS OF WINE. It is customary to
drink four cups of wine at the Seder table, each
signifying a different expression of freedom used
by God in the Biblical account of the Exodus.
ft ROASTED MEATBONE. This is a symbol
of the Paschal lamb which was sacrificed in the
Temple in Palestine.
ROASTED EGG. This signifies the festival
offering that was given by our people. It was
known as Hagigah.
MOROR These are bitter herbs, to remind us
of the bitter slavery which our ancestors suffered
during their long stay in Egypt.
CHAROSES. This is a mixture of apples,
nuts, cinnamon and wine. It resembles the mortar
used by the Israelites during their years of
bondage to make the bricks for the palaces and
monuments of Pharao The taste of Charoses is
peasant and is a symbol of God's kindness in
bringing an end to slavery.
KARPAS This is the celery or parsley that is
dipped in salt water, reminiscent of the spring
vegetables eaten by our ancestors at festival
meals.
CUP OF ELIJAH. This is a handsome goblet
of wine, placed at the table in honor of the beloved
prophet whose coming will bring peace and
freedom to the world. Jewish tradition says that
Fliiah is the one who will announce the arrival of
the Messiah. To welcome Elijah to our Seder, we
open the door and all rise to greet him with the
words. "Blessed is he who comes."
RECLINING. The master of the house
reclines on a cushion while drinking his wine and
eating the matzoh This comfortable posture was
a symbol of freedom and independence in ancient
lands.
THE SEDER TABLE. The setting and
arranging of the Seder table should be handled
with the greatest care and effort to make it as
beautiful, inspiring and meaningful as the holiday
it represents. In addition to lighted candles over
which the blessing is recited, the table should be
decorated with flowers and the very finest linens
and silver.
Set before the head of the household, on a large
platter, should be placed all the Passover sym-
bols. A wine goblet should be given to each
person at the table, as well as a small dish con-
taining salt water in which to dip the Karpas
The Haggadah. meaning the Narrative or
story, should also be available at each place
setting It tells the history of the Exodus from
Egypt. The word Seder means "order" because
the Passover meal follows a definite sequence.
The Seder has been characterized as. "A hurried
trip through Jewish history, via tghe Haggadah "
FOODS DURING PASSOVER include the
following:
FORBIDDEN FOR USE: Leavened bread.
.ikes, biscuits, crackers, cereal, coffee substances
derived from cereals, wheat, barley, oats. rice, dry
peas and beans, and all liquids which contain
ingredients or flavors made from grain alcohol.
PERMITTED FOODS: Requiring no
Kosher LPesach" label, the following foods are
permitted in unopened packages or containers:
natural coffee, sugar, tea. salt, pepper, vegetables
(except those listed above).
FROZEN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES:
All those normally permitted for Passover use are
permitted in their frozen state.
IF CERTIFIED FOR PASSOVER USE BY
RABBINICAL AUTHORITY: Matzos. Matzo
flour, noodles, candies, cakes, beverages, canned
and processed food, milk, butter, jams, jellies,
cheese, relishes, dried fruits, salad oils, vegetable
gelatin, shortenings, vinegar, wines and liquors.
DISHES AND UTENSILS are as follows:
Only those specially set aside for Passover
should be used with the following exceptions:
Silverware made wholly of metal, if thoroughly
scoured and immersed in boiling water.
Glassware thoroughly cleaned and soaked in
water.
Metal pots and pans used for cooking and not
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during the aeder meal? "*
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religious requirement on the night of
Passover. The first time the matzoh is eaten y
fills the Biblical commandment to eat matzoh o
the night of Passover (Exodus 12:18) The second
time, during which the matzoh is eatt'n together
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matzoh and the bitter herbs.
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fie meal or it serves as the main fulfillment of the
command to eat mauoh.^
Whv do we use a wooden spoon and a feather
upon making the traditional search for the
leaven on the evening before Passover?
The answer to this question is basically a
nraciiial one. Since these objects are used to
collect and gather the Chometz, it is preferable
that they be burned along with the Chometz so
that n < rumb of leavening be left behind after the
garch and burning of the Chometz in the Jewish
horn
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spoon
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Chometz. The feather is thin enough and light
enought to get into corners and into tight
crevices. Also, it can easily be burned along with
the Chometz which it has swept up.
Why ia the Paaaover Matzoh devoid of salt or
spice?
It is particularly required to be so because the
addition of salt or any spice into the dough of the
Matzoh would hasten its fermentation and thus
possibly make the resulting product Chometz.
Some claim that the lack of salt or spice makes
the Matzoh more like the poor mans' bread which
it is supposed to be. It would seem, however that
the first reason is more applicable to this custom.
Why haa it become a custom to "steal the
Afikoman" during the Seder?
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of the Passover so as to arouse the curiosity and
interest of the youngsters and to prevent their
failing asleep during the Seder, especially because
the Seder was supposed to be an exercise in
relating to our children the epochal events of the
exodus and their relevance to us today. One of
these practices is mentioned in the Talmud with
the words Chotfin es Hamatzos.
This expression has many interpretations.
According to Rashi and Rashbam it means that
we eat hurriedly on Passover eve so that the
children would not fall asleep in the middle of the
meal (it was customary in olden times to recite
the Haggadah after the meal). Another in-
terpretation is that we lift the plate bearing the
Matzoh, or that we remove it from the table in
order to arouse curiosity.
Maimonides interprets the expression to mean
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in PLO support for the taking of U.S. hostages,
according to Maxwell E. Greenberg. national
chiarman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
Speaking at a recent session of ADL's National
Executive Committee meeting in Palm Beach,
Fla.. Greenberg said that "the PLO-Khomeini
.onnection belies any claim that the PLO is
turning moderate." He based his remarks on an
A DL report.
Greenberg pointed out that "while
propagandists seek to polish the bloodstained
image of this murderous group, the PLO sees
Khomeini as the means to achieve its three
central aims subversion of U.S. interests, un-
dermining moderate states in the Middle East.
de-troving Israel.''
HE NOTED the coincidence of ideology.
Strategy and tactics between the PLO and
Khomeini's followers and said "each movement
draws on a strange mix of Islamic fun-
damentalism and Marxist radicalism as its in-
tellectual and emotional base."
'No wonder then. he went on to say. that
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Palestine now leads through Iran."
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and thereafter Fatah (Arafat's arm) gave sanc-
tuary to Iranian rebels:
In the early 1970s, the PLO provided basic
military training in guerrilla warfare tactics to
Iranian revolutionaries, primarily in PLO
terrorists camps in Lebanon and South Yemen.
\tnong those trained was Sadeh Gotbzadeh.
presently the Iranian foreign minister;
Reports estimate that some 30,000 weapons
were smuggled by the PLO into Iran to await the
a.,\ of revolution;
% One of the first acts of the Khomeini regime
w;i> to repay the PLO for its help by seizing
the Israel) legation in Teheran and turning it into
a PLO office a portent of the violation of in-
.manorial law to be copied three months later in
he U.S. Embassy takeover.
THE LEAGUE further took note of reported
involvement of the PLO in the invasion of the
tyu/u<^ 'fiaH/ent &4ot9*% .(/% "' of South Miami
mm S. Dixie Hwy. 667-2559
Happy, Healthy and Joyous Passover
Leslie Dane Kennels
Bill Huck, Manager
All Breeds OlH-ilienif-'I'atliKunn
271-6874
Boarding lirooming
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576 \\\ 28 St., Miami 576-2700
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12841 >W ss St
Miami
506-7038
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County Vaccuum Co.
Service & Repair All Make*
of Vaccuum Cleaner.
,(44 W a*ninjfton Ave 245-5884
Copy's Uniforms
BOUTIQUE
Extend? to the Entire Jewish Community A Happy Passover
in Keodale Lake* Mall
13855 N Kendall Drive 596-4851
Happy Passover To All of You From AUOfUs
Mr. Saul Green
Central Taxi Service
740 Alton Road
Miami Beach
5340694
6a Vinci, painting
1256 SW 15th St. Miami
Passover Greetings
856-1783
Parr toims & tRavel
Celebrating 52 Years
2323 Collins Ave.
6705 Collins Ave.
Extends Passover Greetings
To the Entire Jewish Community
Bob MilUr
A Happy Paaaovar To All
Joe Solomon
Miller & Solomon
0| Contractor*
Telephone 400 S. Dixie Highway
661 3403 Coral Gablea. Fla. 33146
The Roney Pub
and
Newport Pub
Restaurants
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681 NW119St
681-0778
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B70 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Baach 5324017
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Happy Passoi tr To Ei tryont
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Rich Photos
1600 W FlaglerSl
Miami
643-2141
kim's Chinese RestauRant
Lincoln Road at West Avenue Miami Beach
672-8822
We Wish The Entire Jewish Community A Happy Passover
A Very Happy Passover
To The Entire Jewish Community from
Mr. Tux
8979 Bird Road
Miami
552 1156
Greetings ... Isaiah 53
Coconut Grove Employment Agency Domestic Help
Gables SW Section Mrs. Krma C. Greene (Owner)
103 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove Phone 444-1631
Hours8:90a.m. to3p.m. Monday thru Friday
1981 NE 153 St. N.Miami Beach
945-6525
A Joyous Passover To All
Foto Shack
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
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9538 SW 160 St. 253-2244
Happy Passover To All...
Conger Life
Insurance Co., Inc.
All Forms Legal Reserve Insurance Including
Hospitalization Health Accident
5050 Biecayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla. 754-3291
White Seal, Inc.
New Roofa Reroofing Repairs
Cleaning Sealing Painting
Free Estimates
2010 Sherman Street 927 1795
Wishes A Happy Passover to All
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
448-6077
Kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plaza
446-5010
Extend to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
U.S. Embassy. Cited were reports by CBS News,
the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner and columnist
lack Anderson.
According to CBS News, "an unknown number
>f Palestinian guerrillas joined the Iranians inside
the compound and provided what's called
technical assistance,"" and "it was the
Palestinians who mined the embassy grounds and
walls and have taken a direct hand in the security
of the hostages."
The Los Angeles Herald-Examiner has
reported that the invasion "was under the direct
instruction and programming" of leftist PLO
leader George Habash. Intelligence sources told
the paper's London correspondent that
Khomeini's pro-Soviet council delegates agreed
to help Habash with qualified and trusted ac-
tivists" to seize the embassy and that "they also
went over his plan and approved it."
ADL discounted the authenticity of PLO
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Miami, Florida
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Rest Wishes To AU
flORi6a fill, inc.
EARTH MOVING
ENC.INEERI.NO CONTRACTORS
661-8518
Miami
Farovi Shipping Corp.
1500 Port Blvd.. Miami. Fla. 33132
373-4765
A Happy Passover To All
A Joyous Passover To All
Our Friends a\ Customers
Coral Gables Glass & Mirror Corp.
Custom Wall Mirror9
21 Almeria Ave. Coral Gablea
443-464:)
Happy Passover to Everyone from
The Deerborne School
.ill Sfvilla Ave
Coral Gables. Fla
Dolphin Janitorial
Services Inc.
2076 Opa Locka Blvd. 685-5338
Passover Greetings
Economy Awning Co.
691-0191
2995 NW 75 St. Miami
A Happy Passover To All Our Friends A Customers
A Happy Passover to Everyone From
Dade Pipe Plumbing
975 NE 163 St.
N. Miami Beach
9494601
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1299 NW 79th St. Miami 693-1402
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23216 South US 1 Homestead 245-1212
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ALL WORK SUPERVISED BY
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505 N.W. 103 St. 751-1700
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I Public Notices!I c0X?U?.lX.i*V9
WHO IS the Lubavitxher Rebbe? We now
mark the anniversary of the passing of the
previous Rebbe of Lubavitch, Rabbi Yosef
Yitzchak Schneersohn. and with it 30 years of
leadership under the seventh and present Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn.
In that time Lubavitch has grown to be
worldwide presence, a household name. In all its
varied activities is stamped the vision of one
man: the Rebbe. And yet his personality remain;
curiously opaque, overlaid with legend.
How had one man inspired so much devotion,
generated so much energy, created such a net
work of dedication? Who is the Lubavitchet
Rebbe?
THE WORD LUBAVITCH triggers off many
associations. Tefillin laying with passing Jews in
metropolitan streets. Mitzvah campaigns frorr
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S. & S. Air Conditioning
7320 N.W. 58th St.
Miami Florida
__________ 592-3412 __________
Bill Usserv Motors
BODY SHOP
FACTORY AUTHORIZED-446-6767
4420 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
Wishes A Happy Passover To All
Our Friends & Customers________
Seminole Tile Company
13305 S.W. 88th Awe. MiamlFIa
233-5722
We Wish All Our Friends And Customers
A Very Happy Passover"
The Z Shop
13110 S. Dixie Hwy.N. Miami
Happy Passover
To Our Friends & Customers
253-5680
Robert Thaw of
Thaw Realty Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
167 NE 167th Street __^___________944-1111
JOSE VENTURA
Renee de Paris, Inc.
6608 Collins Ave. Miami Beach Ph. 865-7631
Passover Greetings
Rose Septic
Four Star Poultry
and Provisions, Inc.
2180 N.W. 13th Ave. Phone 325-1183
Miami. Florida
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112 S. State Rd (441) Hollywood
Dade 625-2194 Broward 983-8357
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PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE
8060 W 20 Aw
HialMh.PI 38014
556-1691
Passover Greetings
Aaron Air Distributors
1860 N.W. 95th St. Miami Florida
691-4991
Happy Passover To Everyone
Palace of Kings
Hairs tyling for Men
Wishing All Our Patrons
A Happy Passover
Kim and Anthon\
JACK THOMAS, INC.
REALTORS
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
MR. ELMER DIEHL
OF
Auberge Restaurant
POINT EAST PLAZA
17931 BISCAYNEBLVD.
MIAMI 931-0355
Me Au^ * */.mr u a le*p 'Ko/t^p
Tank Co., Inc.
8295 N.W. 93rd St.. Medley. Florida
Phone: 887-5594
Passover Greetings To The Jewish Community
Tally-Ho Tailors, Inc.
Uniforms and accessories
airplane models for airlines
throughout the world.
5399 NW. 36 St. Miami Springs 871-6200
____________A Happy Passover To All____________
Big Daddy's
16565 NW 15th Ave Miami
Happy Passover
624-9681
Professional Arts
Pharmacy
In The Professional Arts Center
1150 NW 14th Street. Miami. Phone 324-0803
A Happy Passoi er To All. ._________
The Calico Cat
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
"At The Sign of the Cat"
5851 Sunset Drive 666-1029
Continental Coffee
of Florida
15 N.E. 11th Street Miami 358-3444
A Happy Passover To All
S nos
W & K. Trim Shop
N.E. 161st Streeet Miami Beach Fla
949-1616
"Happy Passover To Everyone"
Passover Greetings
Sal Biondo's
Body Shop, inc.
Paint and Body Work
Our Guarantee Your Satisfaction
1900 NE 154th Street
No. Miami Beach Ph. 947-8685
"Happy Passover To All Our
Friends And Customers"
From
Roth man's Shoe Salon
749 Lincoln Road Mall Miami Beach Florida
538-8643
New York to the soldiers in Sinai. Smiling,
bearded faces bringing Judaism to the Jews
everyone else forgot. And above all the Rebbe
Followers travel thousands of miles for a brief
interview, a yechidut. His speeches are attended
by a packed crowd of Hassidim who fill a
basement that stretches almost half a block. They
are relayed live by a communications nerve center
that links followers across the Jewish world with
their leader in his unassuming headquarters in
Eastern Parkway. Brooklyn*Perhaps no other
Jewish group is more closel/sor controversially
identified with its leader.
There is a story told about his early life that
seems to be an omen, almost a symbol, of
everything that was to follow..When he was nine
years old. the young Menachem Mendel
Schneersohn dived into the Black Sea to save the
life of another boy who had fallen from the deck of
a moored ship. That sense of other lives in danger
David Jenkins
Associates, Inc.
Extends To The Entir* Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1325 East 10th Avenue__________________887 1577
Pampered Lady
WOMEN'S APPAREL
7589 Dadeland Mall Telephone 661 7517
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
Community
Federal
Savings & Loan
801 Hiale&h Drive
Hi&leah. Fla.
From All Of Us To All Of You
"Happy Passover'
"We Wish Everyone A Happy Pass*
From
Sea Brook Hotel
9401 Collins Ave
Miami Beach Florida
866-5446
p Howard S. Reeder
'Custom House Brokers" Port ol M
P.O Box 010389-33101 13051 171
Passover Greetings
Paris Ornamental Iron
Extends To All Our Customi r-
A Very Happy Passoi r
6899 NW 7th Ave.
758-6275
JANESSA CAPRI
Extends To The Entire Jewish
Community A Very Happx Pass
Omni Lower Mall Phone 358-0144
Boulevard
Retirement Hotel
775 Dade Boulevard Miami Beach
538-8321
kVe Wish Everyone A Happy Passovc
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1249 Washington Ave. Miami Beach
532-4445
Happy Passover To All
Finest Meat and Poultry
Strictly Kosher Open Daily
MENDELSON'S
INC.
MEDELSON'S. INC.
935 Washington Ave.
1354 NE 163rd St.
833 1st St.. Miami Beach


Friday, March 28, 1980
seems to have dominated his consciousness ever
since.
Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn was
bom in 1902 in the Russian town of Nikolaev, and
was early recognized as a prodigy in the field of
Jewish studies.
THE REBBE has shown through a lifetime of
teaching the intimate connections between the
"revealed" and "hidden" Torah. between the
practical rules of Jewish law and the truths of
Jewish mysticism, or more correctly, of Hassidut
Central to his approach is the idea of the in-
tellectual unity of all facets of the Torah. Legal.
horniletical. mystical and Hassidic expositions of
;i particular passage though they may seem
foreign to one another are in fact not merely all
true but the same truth, expressed at deeper and
deeper IsvsJi of perception. One can pursue an
idea through literal, allegorical, homiletic.
mystical and Hassidic frames of discourse, and in
doing s" one is bringing into play progressively
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Print-Rite Co.
3072 NW 79th Street Phone 691-5452
Super Shears
17096 West Dixie Hwy.
N. Miami Beach 9450280
945-2472
PASSOVER 6REETINBS
Andalusia
Bake Shop
248 Andalusia Ave.
coral Cables 445-8696
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Miami Eye Clinic
43 NE 2 St.
Miami 379-2467
Passover Greetings
Culfstream Press
3800 NW 59 St
Miami 633-8271
Passover Greetings
Nurias Beauty Salon
1710 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach 672-7031
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Miami Labor service
& Handy Men
Miami 358-1010
Passover Greetings
Perfect Electronics inc.
9541 Harding Ave
Miami Beach 866-1735
passoven Qoceunos
Kings BayTravel Service
Inc.
14473 S. Dixie Hwy.
Miami 233-3575
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JARDIN LIZ FLOWERS
2155 NW 36 St.
Miami 635-3935
PASSBVER GREETINGS
Picasso Clothing
Passover Greetings to All
576 NW 27 street Phone 576-2967
657 Lincoln Road Mall Phone 358-7642
,\ h.unn passovcu w am
Professional Oxygen
service, inc.
18901 NE 5th Avenue, North Miami Beach
Phones: DADE: 652-2792 BROWARD525-7243
TO All Of YOU
From All of us Happy Passover
Smith Hamilton
3642 NW 37th Ave
Miami, Fla. 633-6372
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deeper faculties of consciousness, arriving at
deeper awareness of the Divine reality.
It is difficult to say. in Judaism, who is a
revolutionary thinker. Essentially. every
evolution >s no more than the saying of ancient
truths in a new way. But within these parameters.
M different from those of science, the Rebbe is a
revolutionary. He has enthroned Hassidut as not
one of the limbs, but as the heart of Judaism He
II a systematic and conceptual thinker on the
largest scale. And. more than anything he
continually drives together the highest abstract
truth and the most specific call for action
spanning the continum of the whole range of
.Jewish study
IT IS PERHAPS the case that his fame as a
leader, organizer and initiator of communal
projects that has impeded a measured assessment
of his originality as.. thinker Hut essentially the
two facets of hi- work are one the conv
prehensivenesa of his thought and action are part
Bugs Burger
7801 NW29St
Bug Killer
Miami
h.\pi'\ p.\ssO\i ij
592-6512
BLATT FINE ART GALLERY
2298 Coral Wav Miami
passoven Qneetinos
858-1283
Sunset Pet Grooming
7014 SW 87 Ave. Miami 595-2197
passoven Qeeetincis
Miami Beach Radio Co.
1229 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 672-7575
Passover Greetings
Happy Passover
to all of you from all of us
Fox's Sherron inn
6030 South Dixie Highway
Miami Fla. 666-2230
Home Lumber 81
Industrial Supply Corp.
1050 East 25th St Hialeah 691-851!
p*sfoven Qm < uixk
Joe's News Stand
1575 Sunset Drive Miami 661-9252
Passover Greetings
A HAPPY PASSOVER FROM US TO YOU
Atlantic & Gulf
Fishing Supply Corp.
591 SW 8th Street
Miami Florida 8r6-45().'._____________
Dolphin Draperies
4010 NW 2nd Ave. Miami 576-0180
PttSSOVtrOnttOtgl to All Our Fritnds A Customers
Mr and Mr* Harrv A Karber
Passover Greetings to One and Ail
A-1 IDEAL
BUSINESS
MACHINES
Mr and Mrs Kenneth Knopman
Biscayne Medical Center
2801 NE 209 St. at B.scayne Blvd.
Telephone 9320250
Happy Passove' r0 ai* Our Friends
ABERBAGtt'S
PHOTON ART SUPPLY
441 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach 532-5446
Happy Passover from the Aberbach Family
ail State
exteRminatinq Co.
17050NW3Ave
Miami
Happy Passover
652-3205
of the same drive: the unity of the Torah. the
jnity of the Jewish people.
Many of the Rebbe's achievements have
haped so deeply the development of post-war
Judaism that we hardly think of them as
Lubavitch at all. Fifteen years ago the term baal
teshuva was almost confined to Habad. To other
Jews, teshuva was something you did on Yom
Kippur. atoning for sins. In Lubavitch it meant a
rescued soul, specifically those hundreds of
students brought from drugs and alienation into
deep Jewish commitment by the massive Habad
involvement in campus life across the world.
Today, it is the word that describes the
populations of dozens of yeshivot in Israel that
have no connection with Hassidism; it has
become the leitmotif of a generation. The Jewish
day school movement, of which Lubavitch was
one ol t he earliest pioneers, has displaced across a
wide spectrum the once-prevalent ideology that
Continued on Page HI'
Miami Springs Cyclery
157 Westward Dr.
Miami Springs 887-5068
Passover Greetings
Miami Pool Maintenance
1780 NW 21 St.
Miami 325-0234
Passover Greetings
Cooking Kraze Inc.
11459 Bird Rd.
Miami 552-5979
Greetings To Our Jawith Friandi
LinaofNew York
Beauty Salon
2022 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach 672-4554
Passover Greetings
Carmel Bakery
847 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 538-7592
Passover Greetings
Best Western Bay Shore
Yacht 81 Tennis Club
7904 West Drive
North Bay Village 751-1021
Passover Greetings
J.P. Realty
5440 Palm Ave.
Hialeah 558-0625
Happy Passover
Sam Bloom Plumbers
900 NW 144 St.
Miami 688-9668
Passover Greetings
A tico Mortgage Corp.
150 SE 3 Ave.
Miami 577-5711
Graatinoi To Our Many Friand*
Allied Taxi Service
9390 NW 13 St.
Miami 592-6766
Passover Greetings
Ponderosa Electric Corp.
7803 NW 64 St.
Miami 592-2280
Passover Greetings
Fred Thomson Realty inc
16499 NE 19 Ave
North Miami Beach 944-4344
Passover Greetings
Supertype Inc.
950 SE8th St.
Hialeah 885-6241
Passover Greetings


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Jewish education was a kind of dutiful appendage
to the real business of acquiring a secular culture.
THE IDEA, in which Lubavitch was for so
long alone, of res us it at ing dying communities by
sending out a small resident nucleus of religious
families, has been widely copied by yeshivot in
America, and is at last being tentatively taken up
in Britain. The Rebbe has never had an interest in
preserving a monopoly of his innovations. Every
achievement means a new goal to be formulated
Results can never be quantified. It is sufficient to
know that they are always never enough.
Written into the relentless energy that the
Rebbe demands of his Hassidim is the desire
Mt >r to let a Jew be lost, or a mitzrah. They can
not be quantified a soul, an act they cannot be
From All of Us To All of You
HAPPY PASSOVER
Lovett
Insurance Agency
Miami 895-6690 11415 NE znd Avenue
the Frame Factory
1405 West 49th Street
Hialeah, Florida 5580412
ruppy passoven to All Ouo foienos CusiomoK
Central Hardware Co.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road 531-0836
Specializing in Gourmet Cookery
Radio-Color TV-HiFI Stereo
Passover Greetings
AMBER OIL CORP.
1861 BayRd
Miami Beach 538-4611
Passover Greetings
Charles E. Scott
Realtor
3411 NW11 Ave
Miami 638-236-:
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Hallett Pontiac Inc.
13401 S. Dixie Hwy
Miami 238-404C
Passover Greeting!
Irving of Hollywood
n2S.Sfafefld.r44T;
Hollywood 625-2194
Passover Greetings
Gary Martin's Prime Meats
12588 North Kendall Dr.
Miami 595-4903
Happy Passover
Meridian Apothecary Shop
1680 Meridian
Miami Beach 538-0424
Passover Greetings
Gordon Roofing
& Sheet Metal Working
1450 NW 21 St.
Miami 325-8287
Passover Creetlngi
L Celvan Enterprises
9901 NW 80 Ave.
Hialeah Gardens 823 3290
Passover Greetings
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Ray Garcia & Steve Chase of
Music Associates
1470S W. Dixie Hwy.
North Miami 948-9194
Passover Greetings
Essen Deli Rest.
17901 Biscaync Blvd.
North Miami Beach 989-5998
P4SSSV ER GREETINGS
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dismissed. Why care? How can one be a Jew. he
seems always to be saying, and not care?
We come then finally to the great and con-
troversial question. Is there something suspect
about the attachment of Lubavitch Hassidim tc
the Rebbe? Does it go too far? Is there1an.^
dication of personal responsibility involved in
bringing private questions to the scrutiny and
advice of a great man? Ultimately can there be a
man worthy of such adulation?
IN A WAY it is strange that these questions
should have been leveled against Lubavitch, who
haw bs*n from the very beginning the most
restrained of all Hassidic groups in the powers
they attributed to their Rebbes.
It is important to understand about Lubavitch
that it is a movement supremely dedicated to
lotus house
9061 SW 107th Ave. Miami 279 0969
happv passown to All
Happy Passover to All From
J SI P Regulators 81
Carburetors Inc.
2220 NE 2nd Ave. Miami 33137
B & N Auto Sales
9300 NW 27th Ave. Miami 691-0222
Passoven Qnectinqs to the Cntinc Jewish Community
EttRISTMN GBMMDNITY
SERVIEE AGENGY
111 NW 10th Ave. Miami 545-5276
happv Passoven to All
El Bodegon
Castilla Restaurant
2499 SW 8 St Miami
Passover Greetings
64*0083
Some-Things Fishy, Inc.
565 NE 125th St. 893-0751 N.Miami
Passoven Qoeetinos
Golden Press
1099 SW 32 Ave. Miami 33135
happy passoven 10 All
M. Kotler Real Estate
9585 Harding Ave. 866-2423
passoven C,neeiinqs
Surfside
Team Mobil Service
3647 NW 36 St Miami
Passover Greetings To All
83S2970
South Dade Body Shop
8905 SW129lh Terr. Miami 233-1700
Happy Piovr To All
Happy Passover From
Safeco Air Con&itioninc
2203NW23As. Ml.ml
Passover Greetings
S41-W3
Atlas Roofing
118 West 21st Street
Hialeah 885-1641
Happy Passover
Custom Quality Trim
8782 SW 133 St.
Miami 251-4854
Passover Greetings
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London Shop
159EastFlaglerSt.
Miami 374-6135
Passover Greetings
FQNTANA SHOES GQ.
217 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach 673-5656
FAiSOVER fiREETINGS
Pinon Shirtmakers
2415Biscayne Blvd.
Miami 573-4112
Passover Greetings
Philippe
3403 Main Highway
Coconut Grove 448-0942
Happy Passover
Personalized Nails
7000 SW 62 Ave.
Miami 665 3063
P&ssover Greetings
Pastry Fine Bakery
1688 NE 164 St.
North Miami Beach 944 5934
Passover Greetings
meRle Popman Cosmetics
7851 West Flagler (Midway Mall)
Miami 2610331
passoven QMCtmQf
Klock Company Realtors
1507 Sunset Dr.
Coral Gables 666-5922
Passover Greetings
Mario Chuy
Beauty Salon
715 NE 167 St.
North Miami Beach 651-4061
Passover Greetings
AAA Medical Rental Sales
180 NW21 Terr.
Miami 324-6663
Passover Greetings
Hugh cauthen Electric
285 West 61 St
Hialeah 38011
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The Dance-Gym Den
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American
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allowing each Jew to play his special role, to
being. 'n lrie Baal Shem Tov's image, his own
particular letter in the Sefer Torah. The Rebbe is
the person who guides him towards that role: who
In standing above the distortions of the ego,
taking a global view of the problems of the Jewish
world, being in the language of Hassulut a
collective soul." sees where the individual
belongs- It is. after all. difficult to think of many
other leaders who can assume this role, for they
are for the most part leaders of a sectional group.
without a brief and perhaps without the in-
formation to be authoritative beyond their
borders. The Rebbe's advice carries with it no
more and no less than the authority which is
world-wide concern has given him.
Those who visit the Rebbe and the vast
majority of those who do so are not born
l.ubavitihers. whose attachment might be
denigrated as being a reflex of tradition, do so
because of his reputation as a man of en-
Kimberly Furniture
Mlg. Co.
1015 East 29th Street
Hialeah 33012 (691-1481)
A very happy passover to all
h.\pp\ passovcn (pom
The Krutchik Family
Kaye Brothers Inc.
Wholesale meats & provisions
Happy Passover
to All our Friends and Customers
Gottex of Israel
777 NW 72nd Ave
Miami. FL 33126(261-4700)
BEULA-N'S BQUTIEJUE
922 LINCOLN RQAB
MIAMI BEAGM 631-1300
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Lee's Prescriptions
2525 SW 3rd Ave.
Miami Fla. 854 3625
T.N.T. Chemicals
7301 NW 77th Street
Miami Fla 887-744*
Happy Passover
to all our friends and customers
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To All Our Friends and Customers
Gables Apothecary
479 BiltmoreWay
Coral Gables. FL 448-1683
Tropical Paper Box co.
7000 NW 25th St
Miami Fla. 592-5520
Happy Passover to All
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LBH TAYLOR
1795 West 8th Ave
Hialeah. FL 885-8800
Electronic
Equipment Inc.
4027 NW 24th Street
Miami, Florida 871-3500
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Herbert L. Weiner
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2t*o Douglas Road Coral Cables, Fla.
441-0333
Tropics Hotel
1550 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach Fla. 531-0361
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Happy Passover
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ioom All Of Us to All or you
Well-BiIt Products Inc.
5561 NW36th Ave.
Miami, Fla. 635 8621
emerge
compassing vision. They tend to
somewhat unnerved, taken by surprise.
They expect, perhaps, the conventional type of
a charismatic leader, imposing his presence by the
force of his personality. What they find is the
reverse: a man who. whatever the complexity of
his current concerns, is totally engaged with the
person he la speaking to. It is almost like coming
face-tO-face with oneself for the first time.
HIS LEADERSHIP rare almost to the point
of uniqueness in the present day consists in self-
iffacement. Its power is precisely what it effaces
itself towards the sense of the irreplacability of
rach Jew. And it communicates itself to his
followers
The world is full of Godliness, the Hassidim use
to say And we would see it if only we opened our
eyes Hut one thing stands in the way. the Yesh.
the sense of self By bittul, losing that sense, the
true reality emerges from behind the smokescreen
Castle Harbor
Sailboat Rental
Dinner Key Marina Miami 858-3212
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a Happy Passover
KING ARTHUR EHAIR E0.
5501 NW 36th Ave.
Miami, Florida 635-3066
WE WISH ALL BDR FRIENBS ANB CDSTBMERS
A VERT HAPPY PASSOVER
Oscar's Restaurant
5713 Sunset Drive
Miami Florida 667-5158
Happy Passover
to all our friends and customers
Mr. Harry E. warden
President of
United First Realty, Inc.
8672 Bird Road Miami 553-1116
I wish all my friends and clients
_________ a very happy Passover
Happy Passover to
All Our Friends and Customers
Kaufman Press
1445 North Miami Ave.
Miami 374 3587
Display Unlimited
7400 NW 37th Ave.
Miami 693-3801
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Bressers Cross
Index Directories
853 NE 79th Street Miami. Fla. 758-6786
happy passoveu
l'om aii o| us to am of you
Tel-Car Corp.
1900 Congress Bldg.
Miami. FL 358-7720
We wish all our friends and customers
a very happy Passover.
J & B Auto Service
2065 NE 151 St.
North Miami Beach 949 2277
Happy Passover to our friends and customers
HAPPTPASSBVER
to all our friends and customers
TRePEK BATTERIES, INE.
2100 NW 17th Ave.
Miami. FL 3250535
Sunset hotel
4025 Indian CreeK Drive
Miami Beach 531-0446
happy passovea l A"
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HAPPY PASSOVER
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8250 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami 758-3932
Florida Smoked Fish Co.
1111 NW 159th Drive
Miami. FL 625-5112
Happy Passover to all our friends & customers
:: The Rebbe has shown through a lifetime of ::
:: teaching the intimate connections between :>'
: the 'revealed' ami hidden' Torah, between :
the practical rules of Jewish law and the :>'
a 'ruths of Jewish mysticism ::
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of human convention, pessism, self-inflicted
limits All the phenomena that we associate with
l.ubavitch the joy. the disdain for convention,
the energy, the rejection of the word "impossible"
have this at their root.
They have learned to see the world a different
way. Through Jewish. de-Westernized eyes.
Through the vision of the one man of whom no
biography is possible, because he is not a per-
sonality at all in the usual sense, because he had
merged his life with the community of all Jews.
The I.uvavitcher Rebbe.
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to All of You from All of Us
FEDCO
1605 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach 531-7307
Poe Roof Co. Inc.
7132 SW42 St
Miami 264-3522
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Happy Passover from all ot us to all of you
Thomson McKinnon
800 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach FL 538-6711
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Smith's Terminal
Warehouse Co.
3535 NW 112th Street Miami, Fla. 6850325
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1660 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 534-0539
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TRflPIE SPA
6370 Manor Lane
South Miami FL 661-8986
WE WISH EVERYONE A HAFP1 PASSBVER!
happ\ p&ssovcn to Gvepyonc iuom
Sun Gold Industries
6705 NW 84th Ave
Miami Fla. 592-7500
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Lundy's Market
1435 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach S3X-739S
The Sand Family of the
SOVEREIGN HOTEL
4385 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
Wishes Our Friends A Very Happy Passover
Harold J. Segal
& Associates Realty
1688 Meridian Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 538 8643
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PARIS BAKERY
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215 NE 36th St.
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ppison inmates Seek Jewish identity
By BEN GALLOB
A Jewish inmate serving a life
term in a Michigan state prison,
describing himself as one of "20
known Jews" in a prison
population of nearly 6.000. has
reported that he and some of the
other Jewish prisoners are
pondering legal action in the
federal courts to compel the
administration to permit the
Jewish inmates to perform
religious duties they want to
perform.
The frustrations of some of the
Jewish inmates in the largest
walled penitentiary in the world
in Jackson." and their battle with
the prison administration to be
allowed to be more observant
were described in a "Message
From a Jew in Prison." which
appreared in Reform Judaism.
published by the Union of
American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
MARK W. ERNST. No
154653 reported that the prison
Jews has a minyan and "our
rabbi." Reform Rabbi Irwin
Tanenbaum Krnst added "there
are others on the outside" who
help the Jewish prisoners to
"keep our Jewish heritage and
culture alive, here behind the
walls."
He reported that these in-
cluded "a young Hasidic Jews"
from Ann Arbor, who visits the
prison almost every Sunday "to
teach us the Orthodox in-
terpretation of the Torah and
Talmud" and an Orthodox rabbi
from Southfield who comes to the
prison three times a month.
"matting ith us in friendship
and learning and love of Cod"
Ernst declared that
congregants of Rabbi Tanen
baum's Temple Heth Israel
supported the rabbi in his efforts
for the Jewish inmates "and they
also contribute as individuals
They have purchased and
prepared the food for our Seder
They have accompanied the rabbi
into the prison and celebrated the
High Holy Days with us.
bringing smiles, warmth and
friendship to what would
otherwise be a depressing time
when we start thinking about our
families and past Rosh
llushanahs. Pesachs and
Sedan
EACH WEDNESDAY and
Saturday morning, he reported
Rabbi Tanenbaum spends .,
Kood part of his day with us. He
raps with us about religiou-
matters. Judaic law. con
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From
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332 Miracle Mile
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'
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Florida Forecast
1663 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL
531-9068
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from
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A Happy Paaaovcr


Friday. March 28. 1980
temporary Jewish issues, and the
problems that develop between
us and the prison ad-
ministration."
Ernst wrote that Sabbath is
the day the Jewish inmates
"share our beliefs, our heritage
and our love of God. The Torah.
the Shema, the Kaddish. the song
of our people, the sound of our
language, the bond of our
Landsmen these are the lights
in our day-today dark lives."
He declared that the Jewish
inmates "have tried also to give
what we could when we could."
trying to provide "basic personal
items to our landsmen newly
entering the prison system. We
have been active in contributing
+Jewisii fhrHinr)
Page 11 (7
to Trees for Israel and donated
Braille calendars to the Israeli
blind."
He said some of the inmates
are from Orthodox homes, some
from Conservative, some from
Reform. Conceding wryly that
the Jewish inmates "are not one
big happy family." Ernst
UMitod. however, that "our
respect and loyalty to each other
far exceeds what I have per-
sonally observed in different
situations in the free world "
For persons locked up behind
the walls for days, weeks, months
and years, "there are so few
things that are able to stop or
temporarily halt the
dehumanizing effect of prison
life. He added, "our small
congregation and our rabbi are
the major positive forces in our
striving to remain men and not
turn into caged animals."
HE SAID anti-Semitism does
exist in the prison and that
"there is more of it found at the
administrative level than among
the residents," particularly when
"our group" tries to arrange
programs for the Jewish inmates.
Ernst said the show of prejudice
is subtle: "We are told, there's
too few of you to make it prac-
tical or worth our while-."
He asserted that the ad-
ministration's negative responses
do not deter the Jewish inmates,
reporting that "we are trying to
get the administration to allow
our brothers at other outlying
Michigan institutions to come in
for the High Holy Day services."
Another project is an effort to
"institute a dietary program for
those of us that need to follow
kosher laws."
Ernst reported the group is
also trying to get permission "to
have our families share Pesach
and High Holy Day services at
our small temple." Currently, he
reported, "we are being denied all
of these requests which, by the
religious freedom laws of the
Constitution, we should be
allowed.' Ernst did not explain
Continued on Page 19-C
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E. End of Airport X-way
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Phone:444-2111
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5050 E. 11th Ave. Hialeah, Fla.
685-6401
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Decorators
4970 North Kendall Drive Miami Fla
661-0500
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SedeR Qoes Back Into
By DVORA WAYSMAN
THE WORD Haggadah simply means a story
of narration, but we have come to associate it
with Passover, and the Seder which we celebrate
on Passover eve. This, of course, goes back deeply
into the roots of Jewish history and tradition. In
Ex: 13:18 we are told. "And thou shalt tell thy
son in that day saying: It is because of that which
the Lord did for me when I came to Egypt."
Josephus. the famous ancient historian, tells us
that in Second Temple days, not less than
3.000.000 people gathered in Jerusalem at
Passover.
THE PASSOVER Haggadah is a special book
in Hebrew (with a few passages in Aramaic).
tolling the story of the Exodus from Egypt, and
explanations for the use of the symbolic objects of
the Seder table, and certain prayers, psalms,
hvmns and songs. The four questions asked by
the youngest child at the beginning of the Seder
In effect, it presents a religious philosophy of
Jewish historv. and much of the text dates back
to the Tempie period It probably received its
present form at the time the Mishnah was
compiled (200 C.E.I.
Haggadot have been the most popular works in
Jewish religious literature. Most are lavishly
illustrated, perhaps as a means of holding
children's interest during the long Seder service.
Many have been preserved dating from the 13th-
15th centuries, originating in all countries in
which Jews have lived, and translated into most
languages including Jewish vernacular Yid-
dish. Ladino. Judeo-Greek. Judeo-Arabic and
Judeo- Persian
Since the 15th century, there have been more
than 2.700 editions of Haggadot published
Because of its comparatively small size, it was not
too expensive to commission or purchase, and not
too laborious for a scribe to write or an artist to
illuminate.
THE GENRE scenes of medievel Jewish life
depict the customs of various European com
munites. by portraying their daily and festive
dress, household utensils, furniture and ar-
chitecture The Mat za and Maror (bitter herbs I
seem to be the earliest textual illustrations
some very witty, such as the one of the man
pointing at his wife while reciting maror ze"
' this bitter herb.""
Many illustrated editions are of great artistic
tinued on Page Li
Roots of Jewish histoayj
_.
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Passover Greetings
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Lumber Co.
Miami 573-5414
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Passat er in the desert These Israelis choose to celebrate together
in a tent in the Sinai desert so as to be closer to tht tOUra of their
forefathers' traditions ___________________ ____ :::
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1884 NW North River Drive
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2201 NW 72 Ave. Miami
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'Jehiwimiirnm,
THK ALLEGATION of Zionist N.ri
collaboration is not new one. What is new and
profoundly disturbing is its vastly-increased use
hv .inti Israel propagandists in the campaign to
discredit Zionism.
That Jews were forced to deal with the
malevolent authorities of the third Reich in an
attempt to escape the ravages of Nazi persecution
ji,, matter of common knowledge and of common
KnSg In fact, much of the material which is now
being used and distorted by the anti-Israel lobby
in I his context, comes from quite respectable
j,.w ,sh sources.
11 i- rather to the credit of Zionists that they
foresaw the terrible events that were to follow
S early policy of forcing Jews out of
Germam Thousands of German Jews found
r in Palestine as a result of the Haavara
ment by which they were enabled to leave
my and to take with them some of their
gings. They owed their survival to those
i.d Zionist negotiators who walked into the
len i" bargain for Jewish aoulfl
IT IS THE characterization of those
ii ions carried out under extreme duress ,,s
iboration" Of sell-outs" that is must dif-
to accept with equanimity or detachment.
lically, n i- the Soviet Union, perpetrators
Hitler Stalin pact, that has In-en must
in purveying the lie of Na/i Zionist
loralion The timing of the campaign
ded with the intensification to efforts to
in the Soviet regime into allowing Jews to
emigrate to Israel. But it also reflected the
in "t the Soviet leadership over the decisive
ol Russia's client States in the Middle East
. hands of Israel in the Six Day War The
a Is gauleiters." genocide.'' herrrm oik"
imaster racel and "Jeoensroum" used in con-
i with Israel were to become standard fare
on Radio Moscow in the early 1970s.
VMONG THE wild and unsubstantiated
es leveled against Zionism were that the
aptured \iiolf Eichmann to silence him
secret deals with the Zionists and
-ration between their secret services and
Hitlerites during the war'' and that Nazi
leaders sought to create a pro-fascist Jewish
Steelman Caterers
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Miami Beach. Fla 532-1713
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North Miami 895-0380
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326 Lincoln Rd Miami Beach 538-1544
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state in the Middle East."
Interestingly enough, the Von Mildenstein
episode, which served as the basis for the recent
controversial advertisement for "History Today"
also featured largely in an article entitled
"Danger: Zionism," published in an Odessa
periodical in 1975.
The author credits the German writer, Hans
Hohne. who wrote in detail about Von Milden-
stein and the Haavara agreement as far back as
1966. with the quotation, "as long as the Zionists
and National Socialists raised race and the nation
to the supreme level, it was inevitable that a
common bridge should arise between them."
THE SOVIET allegations of Zionist-Nazi
collaboration were later to be exported to Britain
via the extreme-Left, especially the Trotskyist
Socialist Workers Party, which ironically con-
siders itself anti-Stalinist.'' A vital link in the
network was the Arab propaganda center in the
Lebanon.
Particularly vicious is the article. "The Secret
Contacts: Zionism and Nazi Germany 1933-
1941," by the East German journalist. Klaus
Polkehn. It appeared in 1976 in the PLO-directed
Journal of Palestine Studies.'' which originates
in Beirut.
Polkehn depicts the grandfather of Nazi anti-
Semitism, Mired Rosenberg, as a fervent sup-
porter ol Zionism: claims that F.ichmann visited
Palestine in 1937 as a guest of the Haganah
despite his own admission at his trial in
Jerusalem that he came to make contact with the
(irand Mufti, leader of the Palestinian Arabs: and
concludes with the charge that the lrgun Zvai
l.eumi offered Hitler a pact under which Palestine
would become a fascist Jewish state allied to Nazi
Germany.
THE PLO ARTICLE also highlights the Von
Mildenstein episode. In some aspects it is even
more detailed than the History' Today" account.
Polkehn's article also served as the basis for the
British Socialist Workers Party leaflet. Israel: A
Racist Sate." which received wide distribution at
universities and polytechnics in 1977-8 at the
height of the campaign to ban Zionist societies on
campus
Working in close cooperation with the SWP is
the British Anti-Zionist Organization, which in
its own right was responsible for the
dissemination in Britain of the Neturei Karta
publication. The Holocaust Victims Accuse." a
fanatically venomous attack on Zionism which
resurrects the painful Kastner affair But in stark
contradiction to BASO's own line, Neturei Karta
Continued on Page 14-C
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The Olympian
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Reliable Super Drugs
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Alan Heilpern. President
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/ Public Not/ceslI coZZ.'XX.xi10* i"
MDTirK
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An Ol6 CanaRO
Continued from Page 13-C
blames the Zionists for the Holocaust because
they had the audacity "to declare war" on the
Nazis.
WHILE SOVIET motives in escalating the
"Zionism equals Racism" libel to "Zionists are
really Nazis" are open to conjecture, the ob-
jectives of BAZO were spelled out to members in
an internal report of the "Zionism and Racism"
conference held in Libya in July. 1976. The
conference, which was attended by the chairman
and national secretary of BAZO. decided on a
two-pronged campaign which "would not be
limited to intrusion of this or that aspect of the
policies of the Zionist state."
The conference's Libyan chairman thereupon
called for "the exposure of the racist and reac-
Associated Grocers
inc.
6695NW36Ave. Miami, FL 696-0080
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to the Entire Jewish community
Happy Passover from
Mr. carmen Beauty Shop
1604 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 534 2900
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Andy Frain Service
1000 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 532-4818
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The Salvation Army
1398SW1St. Miami 643 4900
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First Impressions
2248 NE 123 St.
North Miami 891-7118
Happy Passover
Fun World Toys
12546 N Kendall Dr. 33186
Miami
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Original Office Furniture
2653 NW 23rd St Miami 635-4707
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Bagel Bar
18515 NE 18 Ave.
N. Miami Beach 932-3314
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Avalon Hotel Beacon Hotel
700 Ocean Dr. 720 Ocean Dr.
534-5601 Miam, Beach 531-5891
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From the Pearlman Family
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200 Crandon Blvd
Key Biscayne 361-9309
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5601 Collins Avenue
865-6511
Miami Beach
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Modern Fish & Seafood
Market
3644 Grand Avenue
Coconut Grova
44* J 445
tionary nature of Zionism" and the "advocacy of
a unitary, democratic, secular Palestine ... as an
alternative to Zionism" a well worn
euphemism for the destruction of Israel.
A vital part of BAZO's brief is to win Jews,
particularly Jewish students, over to the Arab
side. It has not been without some success in its
endeavors. By using Jewish and renegade Israeli
sources to discredit Zionism, it hopes to un-
dermine Jewry's devotion to Israel. The "Zionists
collaborated with Nazis" campaign is made to
measure for BAZO's primary objective, which is
to isolate Israel from its diaspora supporters, as it
informed its members:
"SPECIAL ATTENTION will be made in our
attempts to win those of the Jewish faith away
from support of Zionist Israel Utilizing our
principled two lines and paying great attention to
combating racist. anti-Semitic tendencies in
Britain, we will be able to sever the highly
The First National Bank
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900 West 49th Street
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13001 N.Kendall Drive 596-0056 Miami
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Miami Bagel Bakery
1996 NW 22nd St 325-0839 Miami
Passover Greetings from Mr & Mrs Al Ostrotsky Family
Bleemer, Levine
& Associates
Best Wishes
3814 NE Miami Ct. Miami
576 0330
Rikki's Studio
2256 Coral Way Miami
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8566747
Jim newcorrm tcee SuRQeons
190 Tamiami Blvd. Miami 261-2301
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Surf side Decor Inc.
944 Harding Avenue Miami Beach
866-0905
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Rene Photography
7028 SW 87th Ave Miami
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TONYS BIGYELE StiQP
10451 NW 7 Ave. M.am. 33150
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4114 Royal Palm Ave. Miami Beach 673-9865
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11753 S. Dixie Highway Miami
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subjective links that the Zionists have tried to
forge between their state and our British
nationals of the Jewish faith."
The odious charge of Zionist-Nazi collaboration
is a very significant variation of the "Zionism
equals racism" theme. The latter was aimed at
convincing the Third World that Israel was, like
South Africa, a pariah state that had no right to
exist. Much of the Third World had little ex-
perience of Nazism, whereas racism with its
overtones of apartheid and colonialism had a
direct relevance especially to the African coun-
tries, whose friendship Israel coveted.
Having effectively divided Israel from its
friends in the Third World, the aim now appears
to be to undermine Israel's support among the
Western democracies, and to isolate it from
diaspora Jewry, its last and most reliable line of
defense.
m nos
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1077-95tn Street Miami Beach
865-0331
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Palmer School
7900 SW 176th Street. Miami
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Paul's Carpet Warehouse
2400 North Miami Avenue
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Otano Realty Appraiser
1015 East 4th Ave.
Hialeah 888-5442
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7250 NE 4th Ave.
Miami 754-7808
Garland Supply Co.
7201 NW 12 Ave
Miami 836-4491
PAISBVERiREETIN&S
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to the Entire Jewish community
Village Bake Shop
8281 SW 124th St.
Miami. Fla. 238-1961
David Travels
955 NE 125 St.
N. Miami 893 0500
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True Electric Co.
2090 NW 139 St
Opa Locka 6870333
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1251 NE 108 St 893 6820
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Miller Decorating Center
16507 NE 6th Ave.
N.Miami Beach 947-2020
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13865 N. Kendall Drive
Miami, Fla. 595-5880
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\eben m Jewish Roots
Continued from Page 12-C
|ue and have found their home in museums and
fi\ ate collections around the world. Certain
Immunities use their own versions, particularly
L Central Conference of American Rabbis
[etorml (from 1905). and the London Union of
E), ral and Progressive Synagogues (from 1953).
fl-,1. original haggadol exist in Israel in the
l.ut/im. where haggadot are compiled by the
it>but/, movement or by the individual kibbutz.
I). kibbutz seder is renowned for its high
Limlard of presentation, the reading being in-
(rspersed by a choir, an orchestra and dramatic
ladings, with the seder culminating in
fesentation by children of Had Gadya.
\nvone who has a relative, however distant, in
kibbutz tries to wangle an invitation for the
kbbutl seder night. Combining the old and the
an cortez
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new 1S an example of the Israel national
renaissance at its best and most creative.
AN EMERGENCY Haggadah of the Isrel
Defence Forces was produced for soldiers on front
line duty in 1967 It has large print and an
abridged ritual, and a copy is in the Asbacher
Collect ion,. lerusalem. whichialso has a Haggadah
issu.il in 194H. illustrated by A. Alweil, specially
published tor soldiers of the Haganah
Many of the most beautiful and ancient
Haggadot are on display in Jerusalem The Israel
Museum houses the Birds Head Haggadah, an
illuminated manuscript published in S. Germany
C 1300. This is the first Haggadah in which the
baking of mattot is introduced into the Exodus
tor) In the illustration, the faces are distorted
to conform with the Biblical prohibition against
graven images, and also the angels are shown
with blank faces
The Israel Museum also houses the Venice
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861-1691
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coconut crove, Fla.
448-6795
we wish A Happy Passover to
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1501 North Miami Avenue
Miami. Florida
373-8445
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From
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1999 sw 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida
856-8000
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371-5631
Hagaddah. published in 1609, which has the
I Hebrew text in the center and the Ladino trans-
I lation in columns at the sides.
DISPLAYED AT the Jewish National
University Library in Jerusalem is the earliest
known printed Haggadah. and the only known
copy in existence. It was produced in
Guadalajara. Spain, in 1842, by Solomon b.
Moses Alkabez.
In the private Jerusalem collection of Michal
Kauffman. is the Amsterdam Haggadah, printed
in 1712. and the first to use copper engraved
illustrations The Golden Haggadah, which is
probably from Barcelona in early 14th century,
has many Biblical illustrations.
In the Sassoon Collection in Letehworth,
England, is the 14th century Sassoon Spanish
Haggadah. The passage: "And the Lord brought
us out of Lgypt with a mighty hand and an
Continued on Pane 16-C
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211 N. W. 21st Street
Miami. Florida
573-8171
573-9025
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from
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Harry Ridge
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215 22nd Street. Miami Beach
Reservations 538-0055
Beau Rivage Hotel
9955 Collins Avenue
Sahara Motel
18335 Collins Avenue
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and Happiness


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Friday. March 28. 1980
An r*m>s

*Je* 'ist> flcrkUan
Friday. March28. 1980
Sedep Qoes Back to Ol6 Jewish Roots
Continued from Page 15-C
outstretched arm" is illustrated by the children of
Israel in medievel dress, leaving a walled town.
IN ISRAEL today, at the seder, the Haggadah
is supplemented with stories, poems and songs of
the new redemption. One tells how he escaped a
life worse than slavery in Germany; others how
they wandered over snow-capped mountains, sun-
parched deserts or stormy seas to freedom in
Israel. Perhaps someone recalls "the bread of
affliction" he and his fellow halutzim (pioneers)
lived on for several years until the neglected soil
of Palestine began to yield harvests.
The Haggadah reminds Jews of the story of
their liberation from slavery, and how in spite
of wandering and persecution for so many cen-
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I. Brown Sales Corp.
4730 East 10 Lane
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2268 SW 8th St. 1128 West 29th St.
Miami 541-1854 Hialeah 883-0078
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T. A. Adams
753 NE 167 St.
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Dee's Interior Design Inc.
104 Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne 361 59101361 3711
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Miami Beach 532-1082
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ABRAHAM KB5UER BAKERY
7423 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach 861-0291
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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of the Helen C.
16375 Collins Ave. 947-4081
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George's Service Station
15 SW 17 Ave.
Miami 642-0995
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Si
Morris Hosiery Barn
1780 Alton Rd.
Miami Beach 672-1158
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1100 NW 21 St. Miami 324 6143
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turies the Jews have survived and preserved
their faith and culture. In their darkest days, the
story of the Exodus as related in the Haggadah.
I test youR passovep holiday iq
gave Jews hope that they would be saved, as their
ancestors in Egypt were redeemed from slavery.
The Haggadah is indeed a book for all times
its message as relevant today as it was so many
centuries ago. Israel Digest
S Continued from Page 3-C
that we pass the Matzoh from one person to
another on Passover eve so that the children will
note thus peculiarity in behavior, and have their
attention aroused by it. Some claim that it simply
means that we take away the Matzoh from the
children after thev have eaten some so that they
would not overeat and become drowsy from doing
so.
It is the opinion of some that, orginally. it was
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1300 Lincoln Road Miami Beach 672-1119
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123 Almeria Ave.
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3590 NW 79th St. Miami 691-9899
Miami Beach
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1579 Washington Ave. Miami Beach 534-0595
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41 NW 10 St., Miami, 379-0675
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adults who grabbed" the Matzoh away from the
children either to keep them awake without eating
too much or to tease them and thus keep them
from falling asleep. It might have been that this
prompted the children to become irritated and to
< r\ and it thus later became the practice of having
the children grab some Matzoh (or as now is the
custom grab t he Afikoman) and hide it so as to
stay awake with the excitement of seeing who
would find it
554 NW 54 St., Miami, 759-5716
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1101 West Flagler St
Miami 545-0815
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2501 SW 87 Ave.. Miami. 552-5292
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Biscayne Chemical
Laboratories Inc.
P.O. Box62-0307, Miami
324-1133
Happy Passoi er
Al's Appliance Service
8740 NW XX Ave., Miami
693-0*38
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China Maid Restaurant
9280 Bird Road
Miami 226-0331
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1545 East 4th Ave
Hialeah 885-3831
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10635 SW 100 St r/lami. 274-0735
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5810 SW 70 St.
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1392 NW 119 St
681 5944/688-9505
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Miami
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14620 SW87 Ct., Miami, 253-9131
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larch 28. 1980
*'Jewistifhrj&ar)
Pagel7-C
e Coming Soviet fRAqmentation op Pakistan
ByRAYSAIDEL
Prof Mordechai Abir is a
Lember of the Advisory Com-
kjtteea to the Israel Ministry of
foreign Relations and Defense
Education. He is a consultant to
he Committee of Foreign
telationaof the Israel Knesset. In
76, Prof. Abir was chairman
the Advisory Council for
political and Strategic Planning
d comniander-in-chief of
lanning of the Israel Defense
iri i -
\bir has appeared before
Immitteea of the U.S. House ol
Representatives, the U.S.
Department of Defense, and the
National Security Council.
Following is an excerpt of my
interview with Prof. Abir.
R.S.: I feel that the Soviets are
going U) work on the Maluchis in
Afghanistan, the Baluchis in Iran
and the Baluchis in Pakistan to
fragment Pakistan. Am I
correct !
Prof Abir A very likely
scenario. It Pakistan begins to
disintegrate then every- little
ethnic group will try to break
away and to create ax own
autonomous unit and the
Russians will just love it and give
them all the help in the world
that they can.
R.S.: In other words the large
numbers of troops that they have
in Afghanistan now aren't needed
to control Afghanistan; they are
far too many to be needed only to
uphold a puppet government. An
acquaintance who returned in
early December after traveling
two months inside Afghanistan
told me that the pro-Moscow
government was in firmer control
lU months before. It seems
'" me that they could ha\e sent
in a thousand or two more troops
without disturbing the United
States, but by putting in 50,000
(or 100.0001 they're in a good
position to exploit problems in
Pakistan or Iran.
Prof. Abir: I don't fully agree
with that. I think the purpose of
the Soviet move was to establish
the fact, once and for all. that
Afghanistan is a satellite. They
do that by putting all these
troops in Before it was not a
satellite; before it was a Soviet
allied country with a pro-Moscow
regime similar to South Yemen
Continued on Page 1H-C
HAROLD and NORMA ABBOTT
lEDWARD. TOSHIKO, MYLES, IDA.
JORDAN, BARRY and MARCIA
Happy Passover To All
MIMI ABEL
and Family
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
LILLIAN C. ALEINIKOFF
and
BESSIE A. FACTOR
Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. JEFFERY L. BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
OR and MRS. DAVID S. ANDRON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. IRVIN ARONOFF
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
HERMAN ASNESS
|0R SHOSHANNAH SPECTOR ASNESS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. DAVID BLOOM
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ALLAN R. BONILLA
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. WILLIAM K. BOROS
and CHILDREN
PHYLLIS, LARRY, ANDREW, BRUCE,
LINDA and AARON
Happy Passover To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN BOTWINICK
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
BENNETT. SETH and
MYRNABRAMSON
Passover Greetings
|R and MRS. J.WILLIAM BAROS JR.
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. SOL BAUM
and CHARLES
Issover Greetings To All Our Friends
and MRS. SHELDON H. BECHER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
PUBLIC DEFENDER
BENNETT H. BRUMMER
andARLENEBRUMMER
Extend To The Entire Community
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. LEONARD CANTOR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
THECHASINS
Norman, Lillian, Ellen,
Larry, Stephanie and Rebecca
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
THE CHEKANOW FAMILY
Fred, Gloria, Amy, Linda and Mark
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM BREGMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MISS ESTHER BRENNER
Wishes All Her Friends and Family
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NORMAN COHAN
Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. MAURICE COHEN
and FAMILY
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. SAMUEL H. COHEN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
issover Greetings To All Our Friends
IR and MRS. BERNARD BERGER
and Son GEORGE
icere Wishes for A Happy Passover
IR and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
IR- and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
IR. WALTER MACKAUF and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. JACK BRESLOW
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HERMAN I. BRETAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. LEONARD BRODSKY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
IR and MRS. HOWARD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. BERT S. BROWN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. BARRY N. BURAK
CHIROPRACTOR
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. SANFORD COLE
DAVID and PETER
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. DAVID COLEMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
COL. and MRS. ARTHUR E. CONN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Passover
THE CRISTOL FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. MAXWELL DAUER
MR. and MRS. ROGER A. DAUER
EDWARD A. DAUER, M.D.
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover


> I
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. .... iVK,
Jeisttk.rkHar
Fridav. March 28. 1980
Friday. March 28, 1980
the Coming Soviet fragmentation of Pakistan
Continued from Page 17-C
which tomorrow could kick them
out as happened in Somalia.
Fortunately for South Yemen,
they don't have a common border
with the Soviet Union and it is
far more difficult to fly the
Antonovs in. And here is
something that bugs me. the
inability of this country (the
U.S.) to airlift even one division
. Coming back to the Soviets
- they have the ability of flying
in 10 divisions but it is very very
difficult to fly them over
countries which are not recepti\e
to their ideology and in the casi
of Afghanistan they wanted to
clinch it at a very opportune
moment, not so much because
they need Afghanistan per se; I
don't believe in the theory that
they need more territory to
protect themselves. The im-
portant thing is the Gulf, their
movement toward the Gulf. They
wanted to establish a fact
Now it's a chain reaction. U.S.
credibility declines it does not
threaten them anymore. It is an
opportune moment the US. is
entagled in the embassy matter
The U.S. doesn't do anything -
it i urns to Waldheim. Una
element of importance to the U.S.
in the past was the Shah and his
army. It restrained Soviet direct
penetration into Afghanistan
because the Shah had a sub-
stantial army.
The Soviets were courting
Iran, they wanted it out of the
Western camp. the Soviets
wanted Iranian natural gas and
oil and everything else so Iran,
under the Shah, was a restraint
on the Soviets Hut what clinched
it was the hostages scenario and
the Impotency of the United
States. The people in Moscow
said. This is the time to m<>\ a in
and establish a fact. This is part
of our corridor and once we
establish it nobody is going to
challenge us. If we have to bring
in another 50.000 men. or a
100.000 man army O.K."
The pro-Moscow central
Afghan government did control
the towns but not the coun-
tryside and what the Soviets will
do now is what the Iraqis did in
Iraqi-Kurdistan once the Shah
betrayed the Kurds to the Iraqis.
They pushed a road infra-
structure into the mountains and
simply pushed the Kurds from
MM ridge t" another until there
were HO more ridges and the
Kurds had to flee into Iran and
give up t heir arm- to t he Iranians
MR. and MRS. IRVING DENMARK
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NATHANIEL B. ELKINS
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
Best Wishes For
A Very Happy Passover
To My Family. Friends and Neighbors
MAYER H. FRANKEL
HERB ELLIS
and
CHILDREN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. BERTHA ESTERN
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. SOL FRANKEL
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MICHAEL and NANCI GOLDSTEIN
and FAMILY
Passover Greetings
DEBBIE and AVRAHAM
FROELICH
Best Wishes For
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. J. EUSTER
MR. and MRS. AARON EUSTER
A Happy Passover To All
-
MR. and MRS. STEVEN FEIG
and Sons
CLAYTON and RYAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. JEAN FEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. G. FELDENKREIS
and FAMILY
Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends
DR. and MRS. EDWARD FELLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MALCOLM H. FROMBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. GILBERT GABRIEL
and CHILDREN
GERI BETH, ELLEN, ALAN and BONNIE
Wish Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARRY GOMPERS
and CHILDREN
SHEILA. HENRY, BILLY and RONNI
and GRANDCHILDREN
JEFFREY SCOTT, DARREN DAVID
SUZANE ROBYN and SAMUEL ERIK
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. AINSLEE FERDIE
MARSHALL. MEREDITH and DEBORAH
Wish All A Very Happy Passover
LAURA and DICK FINK
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
56
1=
MRS. PAULGAIER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MARTIN GALLANT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JACK GEARTNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. GARY R. GERSON
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ABRAHAM GOODMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MARTIN GOODMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HERBERT GOPMAN
PAULETTE, JUDITH and JONATHAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARRY GRAIVIER
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Passover Greetings
MR. and MRS. NORMAN GERSTEIN
MR. and MRS. MORRIS GIMELSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. J. MAURICE FINKEL
and Children
MARCIA. ELLIOTT and SETH
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
REPRESENTATIVE
ROBERTA FOX
and HUSBAND MIKE GOLD
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. ALAN S. GRAUBERT
DR. and MRS. EDWARD GOLDMAN and
DR. AND MRS. BRIAN ZALIS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NATHAN L. GRECK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
HARRIET and MILT GREEN
and Children
BUNNY and DENNIS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Abraham. Shulamit
Ora, Mosheand Reva
GITTELSON
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
BARTONS. GOLDBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. KENNETH GREENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ALAN DOUGLAS GREENE
Extends Passover Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community


[waiting on the other aide or fight
Ito the death. Some of them chose
It|r,it h. some surrendered. That
Iwas the end of the Kurdish in-
surrection in Iraq.
The Soviets intend. I am sure.
|to do the same thing; they'll have
a road infra-structure which is
not only important to them for
the suppression of the Afghans
Jbut important for their future
steps to reach the Indian Ocean.
lit they are going to cut thru
Pakistan and get to the Indian
Ocean, why not begin to prepare
Ithe road infrastructure for the
text move?
R.S.: So the next move could
. with the Baluchis?
Prof. Abir: Anything goes.
h'ht- Soviets, since Stalin, have
become pragmatists. and they'll
use anything. They will not give
up their grand strategy, but
tactics they can change from one
day to another. This move is just
part of the Soviets achieving
what they aim. And it is a
declaration, a direct declaration,
that they realy believe that the
United States conventional army
does not exist, they're not afraid
of U.S. conventional forces. They
know the United States will not
use nuclear weapons over
Afghanistan. They may think
that you will use them over Saudi
Arabia. but not over
Afghanistan.
PRison inmates Seek then? Jewish Identity
Continued from Page 11 -C
what he meant by the Jewish
inmates' temple.''
HE WROTE that, under
existing conditions. "Halacha is
almost impossible to observe here
in any area other than prayer.
Guards have defiled our tefillin
by dismantling them in search of
contraband. They have been
unresponsive regarding theft
from our temple and have lost'
|ROL and LORRAINE GREENBERG
Happy Passover Holiday
To All
,nd MRS. ELEAZER L. GREENSTEIN
and FAMILY
ih All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
clearances for outside guests
coming to our religious services."
He declared that "it doesn't
happen all the time, but it does
happen enough to suggest that
it's not all just imagination or
coincidence."
He urged readers to be "aware
that, though we are locked up
here, we are still active as Jews
and are concerned about our
oeople out there. We want to
*now if we can help in some
*ay."
He reported that the Jewisn
inmates had tried to go through
proper channels in putting forth
our religious requests, but they
have been ignored or outright
refused thus far," He added that
"the courts of the land may be
our last and only alternative.
Ironic, is it not?"
IRS. ERNEST L. HALLBAUER
and Daughter ROSALIE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. BARRY L. HALPERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
IS JOSEPH and JOAN HARRIS
JUDY. JAMIE. JONATHAN
and JOSHUA
bxtend Wishes For
^ Happy and Healthy Passover
REPRESENTATIVE and MRS
ROBERT HECTOR
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
IR and MRS. MAX HEIMOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LOUIS HYMSON
SHERYL, STUART and SUAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. MORTIMER ISAACKSON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JERRY ISAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. E. JAN JACOBI
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LEO JARECKI
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
WERNER KAHN
Wishes All His Friends
A Happy Passover
The
JOSEPH H. KANTER FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ELIAS KOBROWSKI
A Very Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. NATHAN KONIGSBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. JACOB KOTLER
and FAMILY
A Very Happy Passover
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. BURTON KOVLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HENRY KRAMARZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. RAFAEL KRAVEC
and CHILDREN
SAUL. ROSALIND. DEBORAH and BRENDA
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
[MRS. MOISES HEISLER and FAMILY
Albert heisler and family
iCHAEL HEISLER and FAMILY
IIRIAM HEISLER and FAMILY
IELVIN HEISLER and FAMILY
>py Passover To All Our Friends
and MRS. HERBERT J. HOODWIN
and FAMILY
>h Their Friends A Happy Passover
[MR. and MRS. PETER HORNIK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. ARNOLD HOROWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MlS&WMHlCKMAN
MRS.
MR KAdRENRSPAtTland-KENNETH
MR and MRS. EDWIN GINSBURG
LYNN.SUSAN and DONALD
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Kaplan and Katie Lee
Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. PAUL M. KASDEN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. WALTER KAYE
and CHILDREN
Wish All Their Friends A Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. KEVE KESSLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR and MRS. BEN ZION KIRSCHENBAUM
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ALAN KLUGER. AMY DEAN
and LISA JAFFA
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. GEORGE KRONENGOLD
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HAROLD KUSHNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM KUSTIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH LANDSMAN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
hbtjbhb
MR. and MRS. GLENN F. LAPIDES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. EDWARD LAWRENCE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover


CouRt tests Shopping Centers Right to Bar petitions,
AJCongrM Report
Does a California
shopping center have the
right to deny access to
students seeking to cir-
culate a petition on the
grounds that the center is
private property?
This is the question in
Pruneyard Shopping
Center v. Robins, now
before the United States
Supreme Court. The
American Jewish Congress,
MARCY and DON
ROBYN and LISA
LEFTON
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
on behalf of itself and the
Synagogue Council of
America, filed a friend-of-
the-court brief last week
defending the students"
right to petition. Abraham
S. Goldstein, chairman of
the American Jewish
Congress Commission on
Law and Social Action,
made the announcement.
THE CASE involves a group
of Jewish students at Temple
Kmanu-El in San Jose who. in a
class project with their teacher.
sought to collect signatures at
the Pruneyard Shopping Center
for a petition opposing the
United Nations resolution
condemning Zionism as a form of
racism. They were ejected from
the center by Pruneyard s
security force.
When the students brought
their case to court, their right to
petition in a shopping center was
upheld by the Supreme Court of
California. The owner of the
shopping center was upheld by
the Supreme Court of California.
The owner of the shopping center
then appealed to the United
States Supreme Court on the
ground that the state court ruling
violated his constitutionally-
guaranteed property rights.
The brief argues that a
shopping center in contemporary
California is a public forum where
free expression is protected by
the United State! Constitution.
It Mate*
"The Constitution, including
the First Amendment, is a living
document, designed to meet the
netds of an evolving society.
THE SUPREME Court of
California has found that perhaps
MR. and MRS. AL LEIBERT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
PETER M. LOPEZ
A Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. BENJAMIN LEIGH
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HERMAN LENCHNER
CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN and
GREAT + GRANDCHILDREN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. SOL H. LESLIE
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ALLA and VALENTIN LEVIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR J. LYONS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ATTORNEY and MRS.
THEODORER.NELSON
Bay Harbor Islands
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS.
JOEMALEK
ADAM and ROBYN
Wish You All A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MARTIN MAYER
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ALLAN N. LEVINE
and SONS, MITCHELL and BRADLEY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NORMAN LEVINE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passsover
CAROLYN and HARRY LEVY
Wish Everyone
A Very Happy Passover
PAULA, JOEL, ROBIN
and ADAM LEVY
Happy Passover To All
MR. and MRS. HARRY LICHT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
I.
MR. and MRS. MAXIMO LICHY
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. J. DAVID LIEBMAN
and CHILDREN
LAURA,HENRY and ROSANNA
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Happy Passover
MAYOR and MRS.
MURRAY MEYERSON
and ALLISON
MRS. FRANCES(FRANKIE)MILLER
Wishes Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. OSCAR NEUMANN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HENRY NORTON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARVEY MILLER
JODI, BRUCE and STEPHEN
Wish All Their Friends and Family
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH MILLER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
PHYLLIS and DAVID MILLER
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Holiday Greetings To All
WILLIAM G. OLIVER
Dade County Commissioner
MR. and MRS. HERBERT PAIGE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. THOMAS F. PALMER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. SONIA PANTELIOT
Wishes All Her Neighbors and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL PASCOE
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. JULES MINKES
DANNY, ROBBIE, KENNY.
SUZY and PAMMY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JULIUS MINTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
JOHN and SONIA MYERS
of
1108 Washington Street. Hollywood
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
The String of Pearls
DR. and MRS. ARTHUR PEARL
and Children. Michael. Marc, Marianne,
Cetla. Tony, Sam and Max
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HOWARD N. PELZNER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LARRY PERL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LESTER J. PERLE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover


most common of the
traditional public forums -
ntral business districts have
ielded their functions to
[uluirl'.in shopping centers That
fending '- fuuy supported by
fcatitical data which wen- in
toduied iit triiil and which were
[ ,i length in the decision ol
[f,,. supreme Court of California
11,,- Court should recognize
ihai the twentieth century
ng center is the modern
L ijvalent of the Greek agora
Pn,l thai first Amendment
ruarantees must be afforded al
modern day public
irums
Ihr brief also argues thai
alifornia's recognition ol a state
constitutional right to gather
signatures for a petition at a
private!) owned shopping center
does not deprive the shopping
center owner ol libertj or
property without due process ol
law li notes that the petitioners'
acti\ ities were tound by the lower
court not t<> interfere with the
operations ol the shopping
center
No shoppers were deterred
from shopping at Pruneyard as;,
result ol appellees' activities No
tenants complained All that
appellants have lost is the power
to act as ,, feudal lord and to
control what might be said on the
property they have opened to the
public a power that the
I li involi a group of Jewish students at Temple Emanu-El
in Jose who, in a class project with their teacher, sought to
im/i
l ugnatures al thi Pi mi yard Shopping < nter fur a petition
"/'/'" "g the United Nations resolution condemning Zionism as a
It ol California has
" asonablj hi Id is not incidental
i" the ownership ol a twentieth
century shoppir center "
INK BRIEF concludes
Although the record indii
that appellants have suffered no
hardship whatever as cl result of
the decision below, no different
result would be required even
were there mi anal economic
Ills-.
As this Court reiterated in
Andrus, some economic loss ,,s ,,
result ol government regulation
i- a burden which must be borne
to secure 'the advantage of living
and doing business in a civilized
community That observation
applies with particular force when
the challenged deprivation' is
designed to insure free and ef-
fective discourse On matters ol
Continued on Page 22-C
1R and MRS. HENRI PERLMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
(R and MRS. MORTON PERLMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. SAMUEL D. PERLMAN
and CHILDREN
SHARI. HEIDI and LAINIE
sh All Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR and MRS EARL PERTNOY
and FAMILY
*i All Their Friends
f Happy Passover
[ j MRS. DAVIDG. PINOS^ v
and Children
SAM and SUE
I
A Very Happy Pas
MR. and MRS. DANIEL RETTER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. MANOLO REYES
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
A Very Happy Passover
NORMAN and DOROTHY RICHMAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Pesach
DR. and MRS. PAUL RICHMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR and MRS. JULIAN A RICKLES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
PAULINE POLLACK
SARAH KAUFMAN
and
DAVID KAFENHAUS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
IR and MRS. RAYMOND POLSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. DAVID POST
and FAMILY
Passover Greetings
ABE RAPPAPORT
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. HAROLD RAPPAPORT
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
IRS. CHARLES (MATILDA) RATNER
Passover Greetings
MR. MAURICE RIZIKOW
and DAUGHTERS
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ABE ROBBINS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JERRY ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Best Wishes For
The Holiday Season
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. LESTER M. ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. MORTON ROSENBLUTH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. ano
'AS. HYMAN ROSENKRANZ
1 ENTIRE STAFF
ison
SOL and ELENORE ROSENKRANZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Family and Friends
A Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARVEY ROGERS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
COMMISSIONER and MRS.
JAMES F.REDFORD Jr.
and FAMILY
Happy Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends
MR. and MRS. DON REIFF
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LESTER ROGERS
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. MANNING ROSNICK
8585 Sunset Drive
A Very Happy Passover To All
Happy Passover
To All Our Family and Friends
The ROSS FAMILY
BARRY, ELAINE, SHERI and MARC
MR. and MRS. ISIDOR ROSA
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HERBERT RUBIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
COMMANDER and MRS.
ALVIN ROSE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. KELVIN ROSEN
and SONS
HOWARD, STEVEN and IAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Passover Greetings
MR. and MRS. ALBERT ROSENBERG
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS.
JEFFREY D. RUBINSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
BOB and MURIEL RUSSELL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. SAM SACKS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. WALTER G. SALL
and FAMILY
A Happy Passover Wish
To All Their Friends


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public concern the right that,
perhaps more than any other,
makes our society civilized."
The American Jewish
Congress brief, written by
Nathan Z. Dershowitz. director of
the American Jewish Congress
Commission on Law and Social
Action, and staff attorneys
Victoria B. Eiger and Marc
Starn, explains the organizations'
interest in the case:
"FIRST, as Jews we have a
commitment to the preservation
of the State of Israel a com-
mitment which, though shared
by the government of the United
States and the great majority of
Americans, is nevertheless
particular to American Jewry.
Hence we are concerned with any
judicial decision which interferes
with the ability of American Jews
to speak effectively about and to
petition against the United
Nations resolution condemning
Zionism.
"Second, in a broader sense, we
are committed to the freedom
secured by the First Amendment
of the United States Constitution
and by the states- constitutional
counterparts of that Amend-
ment."
MICHAEL H.SALMON
and
MARILYN HODER SALMON
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. RAFAEL SALTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
JUDGE and MRS. SIDNEY SEQALL
and Son, ROBBIE
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. CHARLES SIMON
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MYRON M. SAMOLE
and FAMILY
Stacey, Karen, Rena and David
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NORMAN SANDMAN
and FAMILY
A Very Happy Passover
To All Our Friends
DR. and MRS. BERT SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. OSCAR SHAPIRO
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ROBERT J. SAX
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. DAVID SCHAECTER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ROBERT I. SHAPIRO
and CHILDREN
DANIEL. JONATHAN and ADAM
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. IRA M. SHESKIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Joyous Passover
MR. and MRS. LAWRENCE SCHANTZ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR SIEGEL
and FAMILY
Happy Passover
To All Our Relatives and Friends
MR. and MRS. JOSH SIRKIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
ANNE and SANDVILLE SMITH
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. BERT SCHLESINGER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH SCHMIER
DR. and MRS. MITCHELL A. GREGG
and Grandson DAVID BRIAN GREGG
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
HON. HIRSH SCHPOONT
N.E.C. Zionist Organization
of America
Emeritus
Passover Greetings
MR. and MRS. ALAN SCHULBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
In Honor of Our First
Groat Grandchild
JOSHUAZAHAROFF
RUTH and BILL SCHUSEL
Wishing All A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LEONARD E. SCHWALB
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ISAAC SILBERBERG
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DAVE and SHELLEY SOKOL
and FAMILY
JAN. JERRY. HEIDI
and MICHAEL
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
REBEL SOLLOWAY and
BENES and ALAN GLACKMAN
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. HAROLD and CECILY SILBERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover

MR. and MRS.
ROGER D. SOMAN
Wish You All
A Very Happy Passover
Happy Passover
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
RON SILVER
MR. and MRS. HAROLD SILVERSMITH
and FAMILY
Passover Greetings To All Our Friends
MR. WILLIAM SILVERSTEIN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
LESLIE SIMMONDS
Wishes All His Friends
A Very Happy Passover
REPRESENTATIVE
HAL SPAET
and FAMILY
Wish Everyone
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MICHAEL SPRITZER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. IRVIN STEINBERG
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. ARNOLD J. STERN
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DANIEL L. STONE. M.D.
BRUCE A. JULIEN, M.D.
ARTHUR J.SCHATZ, M.D.
Passover Greetings To All


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is that it had attempted to mediate the U.S.-
Vn dispute over the hostages, stating: "It is
nt from subsequent developments that the
was hoping to score public relations points."
lOTED WAS Jack Anderson's report that
1 Arafat was posing as a mediator," his
in Iran. "Hani Al Hasan, told a group of
fcits that the Palestinian forces had been
I at Khomeini's disposal.
ADL report pointed out that when it
He clear the hostages would not be released,
^trained PLO support for the Khomeini
nmint lilossomed forth anew." It gave the
KngexamplM:
Li) days after the PLO's alleged
lj.it inn effort on behalf of the hostages.
IA the Palestinian press agency, announced
1
IROME SUMMERS D.D.S.
and
ITANLEY SHAPIRO D.D.S.
and STAFF
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. JOSEPH SURES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
T
tV MR. and MRS.
JAYM.TISCHENKEL
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Happy Passover To All
land MRS. RAYMOND TOBIAS
and FAMILY
IR. and MRS. SAM B. TOPF
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
[Happy Passover Greetings
and Peace For All
ITY COMMISSIONER and MRS.
DAVID L.TRASK
and MRS. DAVID PHILLIPS
and MRS. PAUL LEFKOW
and MRS. NORMAN SMITH
and FAMILY
MR. SETH LEFKOW
and FAMILY
|R and MRS. BARRY ROBBIN
and FAMILY
and MRS. SAMUEL TRAURIQ
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
|R and MRS. HAROLD C. UHR
and FAMILY
Wish Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
|DR and MRS. HUGH UNGER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
its firm stand with the Iranian masses in con-
fronting the conspiracies being conducted by U S
imenalism";
PLO leader Yasir Arafat told an Algerian
publication that "we have not and will not make
any effort to mediate with the Iranian revolution
Vve and the Iranian revolution are in the same
w V i" real dan8er" is P9ed to the alliance by
the U.S. freezing of Iranian assets, the terrorist
leader maintained, adding: "I have given an order
to put our forces on a state of alert, so that they
can be ready to help the Iranian revolution";
The PLO was a signatory to a National
Liberation Movement statement from Algeria
telling Khomeini they were in full support of "all
your efforts in your face-to-face confrontation
with American imperialism."
GREENBERG SAID the PLO's connection
with Khomeini protrays its true character. To
those who insist that the PLO is dropping its
terrorist stance, the ADL official applied the
Biblical phrase: "Eyes they have but they do not
see; ears they have, but they do not hear."
IspiRittul holiday
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baking, if thoroughly scoured and immersed in
boiling water.
Utensils used for baking and earthenware,
enamelware and porcelain utensils used during
the year are prohibited.
The stove must be thoroughly cleaned, with a
full flame turned on in the baking oven and all the
grates.
A dishwashing machine may be used after a
thorough scouring with boiling water and the use
of a new tray.
JOEL and SYLVIA VOGEL
and SONS STEVE, HOWARD and KEN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MRS. WILLIAM L. WALLER
and DAUGHTER ROBERTA HOPE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. MILTON WEINSTEIN
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. BERNARD B. WEINTRAUB
and
STEVE, RENEE, RONNIE,
ALAN and WENDY
Wishing All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. DAVID WEISFELD
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. BRIAN WEISS
JORDAN and AMY
Wish A'l Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. NATHAN WEISS
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. IRVING MARK WOLFF
Happy Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends
DR. BERNARD YESNER
DR. PAULGUTLOHN
DR. LEONARDZIMMERMAN
DR.MARKZAGER
and THEIR FAMILIES
Wish All Their Friends A Very Happy Passover
ERNEST and JAN YOCOM
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
SHEILA and BURTON YOUNG
DAVID and FRANC I
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
STANLEY ZAKARIN, D.D.S.
PAUL BUSKER, D.D.S.
JAMES STEIG, D.D.S.
Extend Passover Greetings
To All TheirFriends
MR. and MRS. THEODORE ZALLES
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. HARRY WEITZER
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
RALPH and JACK WELOFF
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
THE MOYSHEZILBER FAMILY
In memory of those who have ripened and fallen
off the vine and
To our sweet young blossoms
Which have been blown off the vine
MR. and MRS. SIGMUND ZILBER
and SON MARTIN
Wish All Their Friends
A Happy Passover
DR. and MRS. WILLIAM WICKMAN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
CITY COUNCILMAN
and MRS. VIC WILDE
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERT
and FAMILY
Wish All TheirFriends
A Very Happy Passover
MR.
MR. and MRS. BEN WILDER
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Friends
A Very Happy Passover
SENATOR and MRS.
SHERMAN WINN
and FAMILY
Extend To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
and MRS. NORMAN ZIPKIN
and FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
MR. and MRS. DAVID H. ZOBERG
MARLENE, BONNIE, STEVEN and ELLEN
Wish Their Family and Friends
A Very Happy Passover
Florida Novelty Mfg.
24990 SW 8 St. Frog City
Happy Passover
221-7644
Fourteen K Shop
1660Meridian Ave. MB. 531-6267
Passover Greetings To All


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GREATER MIAMI
Mount Smai Medical Center of Greater Miami is a 700-bea hosc,tt
located in the residential area of Miami Beach on Biscayne Ba, a n0i.f
profit health care foolity. Mount Sinai is dedicated to oa-em CJJ!
research, educolion and community health.
In 1949 who
reality as Mo
m the Greater Miami orea
it began as an idea conceived by concerned ci'i/e-s (,-
unt Smai opened as the first non-sectanon. voiun-a.y 0J
For 31 years. Mount Smai has continued to make a maximum co-nrTMm.-
to providing the finest quality medical care
The Officers and
The Board of Trustees!
On Behalf Of
Mount Sinai
Extend Cordial
OFFICERS
TRUSTEES
Chairmon of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Vice Choirmon of 'he Board
President
Executive Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Assistant Treasurer
Executive Treasurer
Edword Shapiro
Leonard L Abess
Samuel Fnedlond
LilaG Heotter
Alvm Goldberg
Max V Cogen
Cal Kovens
Arthur Mark
W James Orovitz
Arthur Pearlman
Marshal E Rosenberg
Arthur N.Sheppard
Milton Kelner
Gary R Gerson
Bing Kossoff
Samuel Farbe'
LIFE TRUSTEES
Leonard I Abess
Theodore Baumntter
Shepard Broad
David P Catsman
Max V Cogen
Julius Dor sky
Joseph Davidson
Poul Foske
Samuel Fnedlond
Mac Gache"
Abraham Goodman
Morris Goodman, M.D.
Robert Z Greene
Mrs S.H Greenspan
Nathon S Gumenick
A J. Harris
Howard Kane
Aaron M. Konner
Henry A Keller. Sr.
Maurice Koven
Sydney Levison
J Gerald Lewis
Joseph M lipton
Polly deH.rsch Meyer
Anna brer\nr Meyers
A.J. Molosky
Stanley C. Myers
Horry Nathenson
Joseph M. Rose
Edward Shapiro
William D Singer
Joseph R Stein
Corl Susskind
Carl Weinkle
Milton Weiss
Leonard A Wien
LouisE. Wolfson
Mitchell Wolfson
L Jules Arkm
Jerry B'ank
Norman Broman
Morns Brood
Murray A Card'b
Ha'-y Cnernm
Judge Iryir.g Cypen
Maxwell Dauer Ph D
Richard Deu-ch D D S
Robert S Fe'dmon
V\or- r j Gelb
Gor, P Gerson
Harold Glick M D
Alvm Goldberg
Jerrold Goodman
Louis Horns
Lila G Heotter
H Jerome Joseph
Milton Kelner
Jay Kislak
Joseph Kosow
B.ng Col Kot*
Horry A LtV)
Leonard l.eDc* -i
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Nichoios Morly
Michoe> C'ovz
W James Oovi'i
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George S Wise P* D
Richard M Z mmermon
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Richard M Fleming, M.D
S'onley Frehling, M D
Solomon B Goldman, MD
Leo Grossmon, M.D.
Sherman R Kaplan, MD
Ralph E Kirsch. M.D.
Milton P Trovers, M.D
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Mount Sinai Medical Center 4300 Alton Road
_______________ Miami Beach


din Under Increasing Pressure
Federation Events

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p xvil) LANDAU
SALEM JTA>
Premier Yigael Yadin.
.{ [i,,. Democratic
n( has come under
g pressun from a
irU number of his
\, pull the party out of
Minister Menachem
lalition government.
Yadin has resisted such a move
at this time, but he was overruled
when the DM Sivretariate agreed
to meet to consider proposals to
quit the government
YISRAEL GRANIT. chair
man of the Secretariate, and
several other party leaders, met
with Yadin. They urged him to
leave the Likud led coalition in
? ~*
\Fann\ Feldenkreis, representing the Student Coalition for
|i>/ Jewry, met with Congressman William Lehman in
ithingtun D.C. to discuss the plight of Soviet Jews. Ms.
ienkrvis is the daughter of George and Dora Feldenkreis of
hh Miami She is enrolled in pre-law studies at Brandeis
mrsity in Walt ham. Mass.. and will graduate in 1983.
lima Hofstadter Re-elected
lima llotstadter of North
ni Beach was re-elected to
itive hoard of B'nai
lith Women at the
hnizatmn s international
(inial convention March 9-12
Ifashington. D.C.
im 150,000-member Jewish
n i st n ice organization.
lofstadter has served as
|k>r.al expansion chairman and
member of the H'nai B'rith
HhOrganization Commission.
Irs Hofstadter served as first
r ol HHU South Coastal
fcion She has been an active
ber the leadership
pk'pnu-nt team, assisting in
training and supervision of
Model Seder Set
the Metropolitan Community
nagogu, will host an open
nmunitv Model Seder on
lurday. March 29. at the
kagogue 19094 West Dixie
Rhway Kick-off time is set for
P-ni This community
reach program is under the
ttnsorship of the shule's Ritual
"nmitti-,
Alma Hofstadter
and
new chapter organizers
chapter consultants
In addition to her HBVV ac-
tivities. Mrs Hofstadter is a
member of the board of
Congregation Beth Torah.
serving as chairman of the adult
education program. She is also a
volunteer worker for the
American Heart Association of
Greater Miami.
' Sholk, president of Women's League for Conservative
Wm. Florida Branch, and Caren Thorner, publicity
"man
dian
tan and corresponding secretarw present an award to
Shochet, publisher of "The Jewish Floridian." "The
'"" and "The Outlook," national magazine of the
**ns League, have been published continually for over 50
s In honor of the 50th anniversary of "The Outlook,"
'us were presented to all EnglishJewish newspapers that
' published at that time.
the national interest.' They cited
the government's failing
popularity with the electorate
and its settlement policy on the
Weal Bank which the I'M has
consistently opposed with little
effect
Another factor is the economic
crisis which has contributed to
the unpopularity of the present
go\ eminent.
YADIN USED the argument
Ol national interest to try to
persuade his colleagues t,,
postpone a decision He stressed
that the country faces very
difficult times in the weeks and
months ahead, at home and on
the international diplomatic
front
He said the DM should not be
the factor which brings the
government down thereby ad-
ding t<> impotency <>f a lame-duck
caretaker regime to the nation's
problems.
Under Israeli law. 1(X) days
must elapse between the
dissolution of the Knesset and
new elections In that period, the
incumln-nt government continues
to function as an interim ad-
ministration. The secessionist-
minded DM leaders were not
impressed by Yadin's appeal and
served notice that the
Secretariate will discuss the issue
on Sunday. Yadin immediately
summoned home the DM's No. 2
man. Justice Minister Shmuel
Tamir, who is presently visiting
Canada
TAMIR SHARES Yadin's
desire to remain in the coalition
for the time being and the two
party leaders are expected to
rally others of like mind to head
off the secessionist move.
Some observers believe that
the anti-coalition forces may win
a majority in the Secretariate but
it is not certain that they can
prevail if the matter is presented
for a vote to the party's much
larger Central Committee, where
Yadin and Tamir control a
sizeable portion of the votes.
With the possibility of a DM
defection looming. Likud and the
opposition Labor Party are each
claiming that they will benefit.
According to Likud circles, at
least two DM members. Tamir
and Akiva Nof. will join Likud
and bring others with them, in
which case the government would
preserve its Knesset majority.
LABOR PARTY organ. Davar
has claimed that two DM
Knesset members. Zaidan Atshe
and Shlomo Kliahu. have already
put out fellers to join the Labor
Party The DM presently has
even Knesset seats, less than
half the 15 seats it won in the
1977 elections as the Democratic
Movement for Change (DMC).
The DMC split some time ago.
the defectors forming the op-
position Shai faction.
Meanwhile, rumblings of
discontent have been heard from
Begin s largest coalition partner,
the National Religious Party. Its
leader, Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, spoke publicly last week
about the prospect of early
elections. But the NRP Knesset
faction decided to defer further
discussion Like Yadin, the NRP
does not want to take respon-
sibility for bringing down the
government.
Mizrachi Group
Announces Dance
American Mizrachi Business
and Professional Men and
Women are having a dance with
Chris Dalton. TV and radio host.
Thursday. April 3. at 8 p.m. at
the Jefferson National Bank. 41st
& Pinetree Dr.. Miami Beach.
Holiday refreshments will be
served.
Byron Hall leadership for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign recently chaired the Annual Campaign Meeting
for residents of the high-rise. Chairman Abe Satran /rightI and
co-chairman Carl Turchin lleftl welcomed guest speaker F'dyth
Geiger (center). GMJFcampaign associate.
Receiving an award for dedicated service to the Jewish com-
munity is Menashe Feldstein Isecond from right), chairman of
the Byron Gardens Condominium Committee for the 1980
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Residents of that high-rise
recently held their 10th annual CJA-IEF meeting, chaired by
Feldstein with the assistance of Isaac Yagodnick (left), co-
chairman, and Otto Theodore (right), secretary. Guest speaker
was Sender Kaplan (second from left), GMJF campaign
associate.
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Gene Greemweig (right), director of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, was the special guest speaker recently at the
Imperial House annual meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Flmergency Fund Campaign. Imperial House campaign
leadership on hand were Mrs. Baron deHirsch Meyer (seated,
left), committee member; Milton Jacobson (left), co-chairman;
Leon Ell (second from left), treasurer; Mrs. Sylvia F'r.rber
Freedman (second from right), co-chairman; and M*s. Carl
Weinkle (seated, right), honorary chairman.
Residents of Octagon Towers in Miami Beach met recently for
their annual meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Guest speaker for the event, which was chaired
by Harvey Schechter (third from right), was Leon Z. Segal
(third from left), Zionist leader. CJA-IEF" committee members
on hand were (from left) Mrs. Maurice Kaplow, Joseph
Braverman, Mrs. Schechter (second from right) and Alex
Blechman (right), co-chairman.
'"ejewislh Floridian
Miami. Klorida Friday. March 28. 1980
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Dr. Shapero to Speak at
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S. Dade JWV
Auxiliary Meets
Dr Saxford M Shapiro.
national director of community
affair* for the Citv of Hope
National Medical Center, will
discuss major scientific
breakthroughs at two events
honoring Miami area residents
A gerontoiogist. clergyman
and consultant. Or Shapero will
be the guest speaker at a City of
Hope board of trustees dinner on
Fndav. March 2S. at the Gnst
Mill Restaurant. HaUandale.
honoring its owner Jimmy De
Nicola, medical center trustee
On Saturday March 29 Dr
Shapero will speak at a dinner at
the Fontamebleau Hotel where
its owner Btcvs Muss will receive
the Man of the Year award
Mian-.; Mayor Maurice Ferre and
VTVJ vice president Ralph
Renick will be masters o!
.no rues
Dr Shapero who spent
-:derable time in the Miami
area pnor to joining the City ot
Hope, has been a consultant on
health care and bousing projects
it. Miami and was vice president
of North American Btologcala.
Inc Miami
Gov. Bob Graham will be
presented the Florida Spurt of
Life Humanitarian Award
Bone marrow transplantation
and the synthesis of human
insulin by City of Hope scientists
wul be the focus of Dr Shapero
during his Florida visit
In the field of genetic
- ..-veering Shapero will report
in the creation of human insulin
ji the laboratory which was first
achieved in 1978 by a team of
City of Hope molecular
biolok.-
The work of this pilot medical
.^ported b> a nation-
wide family of auxiliaries in-
cluding 22 in Florida
JCC Spring College Tour Slated
At 6am on Thursday. April 3.
buses wul leave the grounds of
the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center. North Miami
Beach, carrying junior and senior
high school students on a five
day tour to three Florida univer-
sities University of South
r londa. University of Tampa.
University of Florida.
The trip is available to JCC
teen members and includes
guided tours at each university
(meeting faculty and students!,
round trip air conditioned buses.
housing iat Tampa JCC and
Hillel House in Gainesville
sleeping bags necessary i. meals
and staff supervision Buaaf
return to the Center at p.m
Tuesday. April %.
Since the tour dates fall during
Passover, meals will be strictly
kosher and there will be no
traveling on the Sabbath
Detailed information is avail-
able by contacting Margie Silber
man. Michael Ann Russell JCC
teen supervisor
Biscayne ORT to Hear Review
Biscayne Chapter of Women's
American ORT will meet April 3
at 1145 a.m., at American
Savings Bank Building. Alton
Road and Lincoln Mall. Miami
Beach
A review of the book Leonard
Hvrnstem will be presented by
Mrs Billie Hyman interpreter of
living biographies
Sunday, April 13, at 1:30 P.M.
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Evelyn Cohen, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans. South Dade Post
778. announces that a board
meeting was to be held on Thurs-
day evening. March 2" at p_m
at Temple Samu-El. 107th
Avenue and North Kendall
Drive
Rose Potlock. senior citizens
chairman, was to announce com
pleted plans for a Passover Seder
to be held at the East Ridge Re-
tirement Hospital
Evelyn Clein. servicemen s
service chairman, will complete
plans for the Passover Seder to
be held at the Homestead Air
- e Base Chapel, under the
direction of the chaplain. Rabbi
Solon n Waldenberg. at 7 p.m
Thursday. Apnl 3 All *er.
- pie and their families in the
Homestead area are invited to
attend
High School in
Israel Adult
Session
The High School in Israel, an
intei perienct for
Bgt rs during five annual
terms, ii offering a 'ingle adult
KSStOfl for thrtN *k* from Not
2 to 2;
A discussion of the contents
and plans for the adult session
was held on March 19 at the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
The program utilizes Israel as
a source of discovering history
and heritage, as a living
classroom during study of 4.000
years of history with appropriate
visits to Bites with a teacher The
program is not a tour and is
limited to 30 adults in two 15-
person class units
For further information, call
Felice Traktman at the High
School
King Rich Honored
at CAJE Dinner
King Rich. Israeli and
American artist, was given a
special honor at the recent
Central Agency for Jewish
Education dinner, held at the
Fnedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-EI on March 20
Rich was honored for his
donation of the art work for the
inaugural edition of the CAJE
Ad Journal which wai
distributed at the dinner
After the presentation. AJ
Golden, president of the CAJE,
commented that the art work of
the Ad Journal Cover added
significantly to the presentation
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'left), chairman of Synagogue Womei
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will be held at
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Miami Beach
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life Awards were presented to five members of
Dads Jewish community who survived the
locaust and who have distinguished themselves in
field of Jewish philanthropic and civic service
award was created by the State of Israel and
presented at a community-wide dinner, held by the (left), third photo, received the award from Morri:
Israel Bonds Organization. Rubin Offenbach (left) Futernik; Gisela Gutter (right), fourth photo, wot
received the award from Judge Herbert Shapiro; presented with the award by Harriet Green and Dr
Isaac Silberberg (left), second photo, was presented Helen N. Fagin. fifth photo,
with the award bx Phillip Berger; David Schaecter Award from Rabbi Herbert M
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Israel Bonds Honors Mrs. Lubin
Cantor Meisels Conducts Services
"Salute to Israel" will be
Id al Century Towers, in the
fd room, on Thursday. April
ai 8 p in to honor Rose
jbin. who will receive Israel's
heration Kward
Mrs Lubin lias had a long and
ked career professionally and
philanthropic work She is a
mber Hi rladassah and Bnai
ith and is third vice president
the Century Towers Social
ul) She also edits the (en-
I
Mrs l.uhm ha- been a fund-
Beth Tov to K^
Memorialize Rabbi ..*./../.,
Cantor Saul Meisels. who has
recently retired to North Miami
after serving 37 years at Temple
on the Heights of Cleveland.
Ohio, will conduct services on the
first day of Pesach. April 1. and
on the last day of Pesach, April 8.
at Del Prado.
Services will start at 8:30 a.m.
with Yizkor services at 10:30
a.m. the last day.
Cantor Meisels is a singer of
wide concert experience and has
performed in concert halls
throughout the U.S.. Canada and
Israel. Services are under the
direction of Bernard G. Stein-
berg, religious service leader.
received the New Life
Baumgard.
Regular services also will De held
on Wednesday. April 2. and
Monday, April 7 at 9 a.m.
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I Public hlrx*ir>~M -. NOTICE Of^C^O*. I
'*TK^3y, wa
Friends of Haifa University Board Named
Leaders of the Jewish com-
munities of Dade and Broward
counties are among the men and
women elected to the board of
directors of the recently-es-
tablished Florida chapter of the
American Friends of Haifa
University.
Their acceptances were an-
nounced in Miami Beach by
Sigmund Strochlitz of New
London. Conn., national
president of the American
Friends, which supports the
Haifa University's growth and
development.
New board members include
Morton Silberman of Miami. Val
Silberman. Dr. Maxwell Dauer..
Reva Dauer. and Gary R Gerson.
Other directors elected include
Harriet Green. Allen Gordon of
Hollywood. Ksther Gordon.
Norman Braman. and Barton S
Goldberg-
Mora new board members
include Stephen Muss, Circuit
Court Judge Frederick N Barad,
.1 1 Kislak. William E. Shockett,
and Harold 1.. Miller of Miami
ami Chicago
The local directors will work
with I'r Gabriel Warburg,
former rectot ol Haifa I niversity
who is ir a-
Discussing plans for formation of a Florida chapter of the
American Friends of Haifa University during a reception held
at the Saxony Hotel in Miami Beach are these local and
national leaders of the organisation which supports the
university in Israel. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Allen (Gordon of
Hollywood, founders of Haifa University and leaders of the
South Broward Jeu ish Federation and its (J'A-IFF campaign:
Sigmund Strochlitz. national president of the American Friends
of Haifa University and a member of the President's Com-
mission on the Holocaust: and Prof and Mrs Gabriel War-
burg. Prof. Warburg is former rector of Haifa University who
currently is visiting professor at the University of Miami
(enter for Advanced International Studit
pending Haifa University w
n\ mi- in the state
Florida headquarters of the
American Friends ol Haifa
L'nivi rsity ha iblished
netl Bank Building in
Janet Reno to
\ isit ing professor .it t he
I niversit) ol Miami Center tor
Advanced International Si
and with Gerald Schwartz ol
Miami Beach, regional director of
t he V-
Samu-El Observes Music Month f***^
S inds ol Jewish music will
ring throughout the SI
Service, Fridaj nighl I March 281,
at Temple Samu-El. Rabbi Edwin
Farber will conduct the services
marking the observance
Jewish Music Month, being
celebrated by synagogues
throughout thecountrj
Robin Turetsky will lead the
congregation in Bong, ac-
companied by the Temple Samu-
El Student ( !
The sen ices will begin al I
p m at the ti home ol
Temple Samu I-1. on the -
floor ol the Capital Bank
Building. 8900 S\\ 107 \\. I .
construction ol the future
ol the synagogue is soon to
at 152nd Kvi just south I
North Kendall Drive
Sabbath morning services will
begin at 9 30 a.m.
Janet Reno. Mute .111-
will lii guest speal emple
- monthly \dult Forum,
Friday March 28, following late,
bath services Her
topii will be The Challengi s and
ol thi Si ati
I (ffice
imi born and Dadi
. ated. Reno has served -i-
attornej since 1978 and is
urrentl) serving as chairperson
ol the Governor i Council lor the
Prosecution of Organized Crime
Religious Directory
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION
995 SW 67th Ave Orthodo
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION 2S33
SW 191h Ave Conservative
BET BREIRA CONGREGATION 107S5
SW HJthSt Liberal
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N Kendall
Drive, South Miami
BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave Coral
War Mam Sanctuary South Daoe
Campus 7500 SW 120th St Con
ser vative
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Trad '-onal
BETH TOV TEMPLE 6438 SW 8th St
Orthodo
B NAl ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE 7600
SW 123rd Ave Orthodox
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER. Florida international Univer
Sit Tamiam. Tra.i. Building PC 245
TEMPLE ISRAEL ot Greater Miami
137 NE 19th St M.ami Retorm
ISRAEL TEMPLE KENDALL. 9990 N
Kendall Drive
ISRAELITE CENTER 37l5SW25thSt
Conservative
OR OlOM TEMPlE 8755 SW 16th St
Conservative
SAMUEL TEMPLE. 1900 SW 107th
Ave Second F loor Conservative
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CHABAD 14456 Kendale Lakes Blvd
Orthodox
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BETH JACOB Ml Washington Ave
Orthodox
B NAl SEPHARDIM 44 NW 150th St .
Miami Beach Traditional
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jet
tor son Ave. Miam. Beach Conser
vative
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TlON. 843 Meridian Ave Orthodox
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iue at 4lst St Liberal
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Euclid Ave Orthodox
CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Road
Orthodox
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION,
I 700 Michigan Ave Orthodox
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GREGATiON 715 Washington Ave
Orthodox
TALMUDIC COLLEGE OF FLORIDA
1910 Alton Road Orthodox
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Washington Avenue Conservative
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Washington Ave Orthodox
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE. 5445
Collins Avenue Conservative
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 P.ne Tree
Drive Orthodox
J *<*?,- COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox
OHR HACHAIM CONGREGATION 317
47th St Orthodox
PAVILION HEBREW STUDY GROUP
5601 Collins Ave Conservative
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER OF
GREATER MIAMI INC 645 Collins
Ave Miami Beach English speaking
Sephardic Temple
AIEST AVENUE JEWISH CENTER
1140 Alton Road Orthodox
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
AGUDATH achim 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19255
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION. 1051
N Miam. Beach Blvd Conservative
-VENTURA JEWISH CENTER 2972
Aventura Blvd North Miami Beach
Conservative
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Drive
Conservative
MIAMI LAKES
KINNERETH CONGREGATION, 1550
West 84th St Conservative
HlAt-EAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE 951 E
4th Ave Conservative
NORTHMIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION, 2225
NE 121st St Conservative
MIAMI BEACH
lAGUDATH ISRAEL, 7*01 Carlvie Ave
. Orthodox .
BETH EL. 240O Pine Tree Drive
| Orthodox
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Lincoln Road Modern Conservative
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Orthodox
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Collins Ave Orthodox
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th Street
Conservative
NER TAMID TEMPLE 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Conservative
N?FTNHTPf?AY7.^,l-LAGE JEWISH
CENTER 7100 Hispanola Ave
Conservative
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Orthodox
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Conservative
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 571
NE 171st St
SHAARAY TEFILA. 17000 NE 9th Ave
North Miam. Beach
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
'8801 NE 22nd Ave Reform
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1850 NE
'83rd St Orthodox
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990NE 17lst St Orthodox
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202nd St North Miami Beach
CORAL GABLES
CHABAD HOUSE JEWISH STUDENT
CENTER, University of Miami 1S40
Albenga Ave Coral Gables
H'L>EL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
JER COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE. University ot Miami, 1100
Miller Dr,ve
TEMPLE JUDEA 5500 Granada Blvd,
Coral Gabies Reform
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Conservative
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9348 Harding Ave Orthodox
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NE8St Conservative
Sidney Siegel.
/'.< 1 utu 1 ice president
Leonard ZUbert,
I'r, lident
New Directions for the 80s
For Jewish Community and Aged
MataagC from lh- president
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preeMenl of the Miami
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Geriatric Satellite! and the
Corinne and Samuel Kraver
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attachment to neighbor! and
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Beth Torah to Present Cantorial Concert
|)n Saturday. April 5, at 8 p.m.
Heth Torah Congregations
sanctuary (Choi Homoed
concart will ba held
with
in
main
Pesach). a
Cantor Misha Alexan-
drovich. Cantor Saul Maiaalaand
Beth Torahs own Cantor Zvee
Aroni.
Cantor Alexandrovkh was one
I ,| Soviet Union's most
celebrated artiste. He sang for
Suiin Khruachev and Brezhnev.
He won The Stalin Prize and was
named "Distinguished Artist of
(SSK He appeared in son*
concert* and sold over
million records.
Until the pulpit was denied
with the advent of the (old
Alexandrovich led the
congregations of Man
. Kovnoand Moscow.
Hama Meissls Is singer of
wide concert experience. He
served the largest Conservative
Congregation in the United
for 3"J years. Temple on
the Heights in Cleveland and was
also presideni of the Cantors
fily
20 Sins,Is
Alexandroi ich
Arum
hi m
War.
Cantor An mi. at the age of
nine, was soloist with some of the
most prominent cantors of the
day K wart in. Rosenblatt and
Hershmann In 1964, he became
cantor of Heth Kmeth Hais
Yehuda Synagogue in Toronto,
where he created a Hoys Choir of
Toronto
Schmuel Fershko. a pianist
and composer, will accompany
the three cantor--
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Kibbutz Life Is Topic of Essay Contest
NEW YORK An essay
contest aimed at generating
thought about kibbutz life in
Israel among young American
Jewish students was announced
here by John Kliasov. director of
the Kibbutz Aliya Desk
The Kibbutz is seen by many
lal analysts,'' Kliasov said,
"as one of the most important
social experiment! in the 20th
Century To the younger
generation of Americans, t h
kibhut/ holds the same attract ion
is did the early pioneering
settlements to their parents
The theme of the es--.iv
competition, which is open to all
Ji wish youngsters in two age
groupings, 11-14 and 15-17. is \
Daj on Kibbutz." Day schools
and afternoon schools
throughout the country have
been asked to invite a program on
kibbutz life to be given at their
institutions. "We're hoping this
will aid a great number of
students and plant the desire to
enter the contest.'' Kliasov said.
Two major prizes will be
awarded. The winner of the 11-14
category will receive a summer
vacation at the Zionist youth
movement camp of his or her
choice in the United States.
Winner of the senior category will
become part of the "Summer
Experience on Kibbutz'' program
in Israel. Local and regional
recognition will also be given to
entrants.
Judging panels. including
educators, journalists and other
Jewish community leaders, will
be named in each region. A
national panel will announce
winners on May 15.
The national essay contest is
being conducted as part of a
promotional campaign being
conducted in North America to
direct the focus of North
American Jewry to the cultural
and social life-style alternatives
of Israel's Kibbutzim and
moshavim The campaign is
entitled 'Kibbutz Moshav into events in
the 80s" and will feature special throughout
Jewish
North A
communities
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Friday, March 28. I960
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A Glance Back at Landing in Jaffa in the 1920s
By MALKAH RAYMIST
JAFFA IS now part of Tel Aviv but what was
it like when I saw it first, in 1922, 13 years after
Tel Aviv was founded? Jaffa, the ancient Joppa,
was until 1948 separate from Tel Aviv and the
two were different entities, with Jaffa Arab, and
Tel Aviv Jewish. No Jews have lived in Jaffa
since the time when Tel Aviv was founded, under
the name of Akhouzat Bayit. However, all
(,,,\ crnment offices, most shops and the majority
,,t businesses were in Jaffa.
To go to Jaffa in the early '20s. and even many
years later, one had to hire a gharry a one-
horse open carriage of the phaeton type. In
tine it was called by its Indian namegharry,
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John F. Allison
811 Langford Building
Miami 377-4639
Happy Passover
Arkin Construction Co.
1827 Purdy Ave.
Miami Beach 538-8721
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Surti-D&de Florist & Gift Shoppe
10537 S. Dixie Highway
Miami .*- 666-4651
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Victor Custom Tailors
2121 Biscayne Blvd. Miami
Passover Greetings
576-2313
From All Of Us To All Of You Happy fat KM tr
Vidale Roofing Inc.
7071 SW 13th Terr. Miami 261-2263
Suniland Pet Shop
H ishes The Entire Jewish Community A Happy Passoi tr
11429 S.Dixie Highway Miami 235 1821
The Fortune Cookie
Eden Roc Hotel
4625 Collins Ave. MB.
Passover Greetings
531-1294
Pipe Connection Inc.
12114 SW 114 PI.
Miami 251-9467
Passover Greetings
Gene Snyder & Company
229 Sunnv Isles Blvd.
Miami Beach 947-3566
Passover Greetings
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Broward 458-5312 Dade 945-9579
Stanley Jewelers
Est. 1920 PINE JEWELRY
Diplomat Mall Hallandale. Fla. 33009
or arabiya. in Arabic. One proceeded leisurely at a
isjs t? sloud ,f dust- ain*a road & of
po holes. The driver kept mumbling to himself,
occasionally breaking into a tuneless, throaty^
THE HORSE, whose hoofbeats were not heard
because of the thick dust, kept making impolite
horsy noises accompanied by impolite smells
Here and there one would meet some other
vehicle. If it was another horse-driven carriage
ii passengers would lean out with frank curiosity
to see who was driving past.
There was another means of netting to Jaffa -
a far more pleasant one. You could travel in one of
Hi.- gay little charabanks that were called
Twelve Caesars
Resort Motel
9449 Collins Ave.
Surf.side Wishing The Jewish Community 865-3551
______ A Very Joyous Passover
Kitchen Mania
14049 SW 88th St.
Miami, Fla. 596-4387
From All of Us to All of You
Happy Passover
Pisces Pool Service
13420 SW 20 Terr.
Miami 553-4438
Passover Greetings
BEAMITH BUILDERS
Extends To The Entire Jeuish Community
A Very Happy Passover
10000 SW 184 Terrace 251-6719
The Art Gallery
700 71st Street
Miami, Fla. 8653181
Happy Passover to All
We wish all our friends and customers
a Very Happy Passover
Axelrod's Dairy
1625 NW 20th St.
Miami. Fla. 33142
Miami
Dependable
Plumbing Service, Inc.
825NE 79th St.
Passover Greetings
86&3513
Twery's Imports
160 NE 40 St.
Miami 576-0564
to All Holiday Greetings
Paul's Local Moving
5894 SW 41 St.
Miami 661-1302
Passover Greetings
A Happy Passover to All from
Reyna Carpet
J315 NW 7th St.
Miami. Florida
Rodriguez Villareal School
5300 West 20th Ave.
823-2791
Miami
Passover Greetings
Spoltcr
Lighting Supplies
6700 NV\ 7 Ave
Miami
836-1441
Passover Greetings
Miami
All Tech
Dental Lab
123* SW Coral Way
Passover Greetings
8S4-0801
"diligence" by the non-Arab population. This was
a small coach with two lengthwise benches and
one from side to side, close to the driver. The
coach was usually drawn by two horses and could
accommodate some 15 people six on each side
and two or three on the cross-bench.
These vehicles were spotlessly clean, with the
seats covered with hard, flat cushions encased in
white pillowcases of bleached homespun cotton.
The diligence was open on all sides, protected
from the sun by a canvas roof, with colored
fringes or red pompoms hanging down from it on
all sides. The horses were well-groomed, with a
highly polished harness and had a small bunch of
Continued on Page 8-D
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A Happy Passover
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Miami
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9674 N.W. 10th Ave. Miami 696-6231
Happy Passover to All Residents
David Adler. Manager
Federal Discount Center
654 NE. 128 St. N.Miami
Passover Greetings
Federal
Discount Center
532 N.E. 79th St. Miami
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758-1653
Kendall Lanes
13600 N. Kendall Dr. Miami 279-6160
Happy Passover
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Center
509 Espanola Way M.B.
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Beauty Lounge
1057 Washington Ave. 538-4478 532-6017
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Carpet Mart
12645 S. Dixie Hwy. Miami 858-4424
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Ben's Air Conditioning
Service
5910 S.W. 94 Court Miami
Happy Passover
595-9539
Attorneys
Theodore R Nelson
and
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To The Entire Jewish Community
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4 Glance Back at Landing in Jaffa in the 1920s
Continued from Page 7-D
jasmin or geranium inserted near one ot each
horse's ear. There wore, of course, blue beads on
the horses' foreheads, to ward off the evil eye,
serving as the only insurance for horses, driver
and passengers.
THE DRIVER would sing at the top of his
voice, a lovely breeze blew from all sides, and
everybody was happy. It was better, cooler and
cheaper than a gharry. You reached your
destination as cool and fresh as a daisy with never
a flea bite. Women of wealthy Moslem families
used to take the air driving along the seashore in
this kind of vehicle.
Pre-World War II Mandatory Jaffa was not
much different from Jaffa 50 or more vears aeo.
Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
4200 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla. 33137
Division Throughout Dade County
a*y Harbor, CoraJ Indian lalanda. Key 5icayne. Lake*
Lincoln, Ocean View, South Dade
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
Sisterhood and Men's club
Extend to All A Happy Passover
Rabbi Max Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal
1101 S.W. 12th Avenue. Miami
Sky Lake Synagogue
(Orthodox)
1850 N.E. 183rd St. N. Miami Beach
Dov Bidnick, Rabbi Max Heimowitz, Pres.
Chag Kasher VSamaech 945-8712
Temple Beth Sholom
Dr. Leon Kronish. Rabbi
Chase Ave. at 41st St.
Miami Beach
Ok tkt fiinial of Fmdom. T-npU Bttti Sholom txprtut, tht Kopt for fn*dom
and peacr for our peopur rc#rvif-A#r*
Milton M. Gaynor,
President
Passover Greetings from
Temple Solel
iLiberal Reform)
5100 Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Fla. 33021 989-0205
Michael P. Frazia. Rabbi Michael Kyrr. Cantor
NORMAN T. LEVINE
Commander ot Jewish War Veterans
Honor Guard and
MRS. TANYA M. LEVINE
President 223 Auxiliary of West Miami
Wish Happy Passover to All
The Franklin D. Kreutzer Family
Frank, Judy, Re nee and Jay
Wish all members of the Southeast Region of the
United Synagogue of America and all members of
Temple Zion a Happy Passover.
Mr. Morris Raphael
Wishes All His Friends of
NORTHBA Y VILLAGE TEMPLE
A Very Happy Passover
UKU
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the Jewish
national fund Council
of QReatea maimi
flonen kayemeth Leisaael. Inc.)
Wishes the entine Jewish Community.
the state of Isoael
Ano the Jewish people all oveu the wor16
A Joyous passovep holiday
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RabW Irving Lehnnan
Chrmn. JNF Foundation
Abraham (iruahut
President
Rabbi Mayer AbramowHz
Chrmn. Exec. Board
Moe Levin
Vice-President
under Turlriah rule. Even in the 1930s Jaffa lived
up to the expectations on the East of the traveller
from the West. Modernization crept in slowly,
almost unobtrusively, and was so thoroughly
absorbed into the general picture, that it was
hardly noticed.
It was the East absorbing some of the West,
without surrendering an inch of its own. The
changes were mere additions, gadgets super-
imposed on the vividly colored andnoisy patterns
of what remained a basically East Mediterranean
port.
THE VERY long main street was full of shops
and shipping and commercial agencies. At the
center of the city was the municipality and a olaza
with a tall, square clock tower (which is' still
prominent). Some of the clocks showed ordinary
time, others, with Arab numerals, showed the
time according to the sun to indicate when the
five Moslem daily prayers were due. There wen?
sidewalk cafes, though not on the busy mam
street. If you wanted ice-cream the Arab ice-
cream is different, very compact and melts very
slowly you went into one of the cafes
They served you at a marble-topped table in .
cool room with an electric fan, potted plants and
goldfish in a bowl. Once you were comfortable
the ceremony began. A tray was brought with a
jug of iced water flavored with caramon, then
came a small vaae with bright flowers, and lastly
Passover Greetings to All Our Friends
THE DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF MIAMI BEACH
Oldest A largest Chartered Statewide PoL Org
WALLY CLUCK.....................Executive President
Henrv Abrahams...........................Vice President
David Mizrarh.......................2nd V.P. & Treasurer
Vanessa Gorden................................Secretary
Nancv Kelly.....................................Director
The Samuel Scheck
Hillel Community Day School
19000 N.E. 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach
Wishes the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy and Joyous Passover
Temple Emanu-El
of Greater Miami
Thai lhe Occasion Of This Seas m;.
Bring You Happlneu Is Our Sincere U |
Rabbi Solomon VYaldenberg
Cantor Hyman Lifshm
Officers and Members of
The Israelite Center Temple
3175S. W. 25thStreeet
Extend Greetings to All Their Members
And Friends For A Happ\ Passover
CHESTER LEITLR ALBERTZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
The Rabbis. Cantor. Officers. Board of Directors.
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
The Beth David
Congregation
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
To Its Members and to the
Entire Jewish Community
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Samuel Friedland Carol C.reenberg
President
Chairman of the Board
The Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary of the
Department of Florida
Wishes its members and the
Entire Jewish Community
Happiness and Peace at Passover
And Throughout the Year
Beth Torah
Congregation
1051 North Miami Beach Boulevard
North Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 947 7528
Beth Torah Congregation Extends
To Its Members and The Entire
Jewish Commmunity on the Festival of Freedom,
A Happy Passover
Dr. Max A. LipachiU Rabbi
Eugene Lipman President
Zvee Aroni Cantor
Max Rothenberg Exac. Dir.
Happy Passover Greetings From The
Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
Build Israel For Peace
Help Develop the Negev
Gary R. Gerson
General Campaign Chairman
Milton M. Parson
Executive Director


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an ashtray. After that the ice-cream was served,
tough and "stretchy" like molasses. They don't
make such ice-cream any more; now they buy it
ready-made and it no longer is called by the old
name of "boora" but by the new one, ice-cream.
JAFFA the city waa always dependent on
Jaffa the port, where oranges and freight were
shipped and immigrants and tourists were
unloaded smack into the milling, clamoring,
always excited crowd. Jaffa of the olden days was
full of bustle, its cheerful noise starting at sunrise
and ending well past sunset. It included the cries:
Awa'ah.'. make way! awa'ah.', the barking of
dogs, the clatter of hooves, the braying of
donkeys, the hooting of whatever cars already
existed, furious shouts of dispute over nothing
more than a watermelon inadvertently dropped.
You were greeted by a solid wall of sound
Nasal metallic tunes from antiquated hand-
wound phonographs poured out from the cafes.
Joyous Passover Greetings
from
Pioneer Women
of
South Florida
Hadassah
F.x tends to the Entire Jewish Community
A Happy Passover To All
'. \.'.,. "ii Region
Mr- Morria Herman
lenC
The Miami Beach Region
Mr*. Jean Feinberg
President
A Very Happy Passover to All
Women's American
ORT Southeastern
Florida Region
Mrs. Silvie Speroni
President
Mrs. Mike Rose
Chairman, Executive Committee
Florida Friends of
yeshiva
univeRsity
Joseph M. Drexler, President
E. Peter Goldring, Vice President
Harry A. Levy, Membership Chairman
AlBRt instem
College op medicine
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Baumritter, Chairmen
y.
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Daniei'j. Flngerer, P.H.D., Director
420 Lincoln Road Suite 345
531-3365
dS ZIth thC CKhant of cold *** v*>
vSSL & M8 orubrM8 ""cere. Strident in-
whX S, merchants Peddlan, merged
with the rhythmic sound of the bella of camel
caravans moving ponderously along the street
The camels superciliously and pointedly ap-
ftl1*"" multitude milling at their
frJ?2! W<*f thf d"*** that made up the
pattern of sound and movement of old Jaffa.
JPw. 2 !Tlike to ,and fa '* *
early 20 s before the more modem port facilities
were developed^ The bright blue seethe "way
roaring surf over the cliffs of Jaffa Bay, the
boYtTTiLnT !he9e Wlre the ^^nd to the
boats themselves. Jaffa oranges, of world fame
were sold on board ship to unsuspecting pas-
sengers in transit, one at the price of a whole
crate.
Jaffa boatmen invaded the ship as it
ap-
af> a_ ** ^ Happy
WUDan Hebrew Passover
Congregation nmSS
1700 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach Community
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
BethTefilah
416 NE 8th A venue, Hallandale 33009
Rabbi, Dr. Carl Klein Cantor, Jacob Danziger
President, Alfred Newman
Passoveu Qpeetinqs f com
temple Beth Am
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. D.H.L., D.D.
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz, Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt. Associate Rabbi
Dr. William E. Silver, President
David Stuart. Administrator
Joan Schwartzman. Associate Administrator
Temple Judea
of Coral Gables
Our Wishes Tor a
Happy Passover Holiday
5500 Granada Blvd. Phone 667-5657
A Happy And Kosher Passover To All
Young Israel of Hollywood
Ft. Lauderdale
Dr. Ira Ginsberg, President
7:30 a.m.
8 a.m.
Sundown
9 a.m.
Morning Weekday Services
Morning Sunday Services
Evening Weekday Services
Sabbath Services
Services Held at our
New Permanent Home
3291 Stirling Road, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Phone 966-7877
Dupont Plaza Travel Service
300 Bicayne Blvd. Miami 371-1311
Happy Passover
preached, climbing on board with the agility of
monkeys, spreading over her like locusts. Yelling
at the top of their lungs, eyes flashing and mous-
Lachioes bristling, they grabbed your bags,
unasked, and threw them down unceremoniously
into the boats dancing on the waves below. Some-
times the bag or trunk missed the boat and fell
into the sea, only to be fished out and restored to
its owner. Nothing was lost or stolen.
If an unlucky suitcase broke open as it hit the
side of the boat, your personal belongings were
scattered over the water of Jaffa Bay. But every-
thing was fished out and returned to you. There
was so much noise and clamor, shouting and
gesticulating, that you never succeeded in at-
tracting attention. No one paid the slightest heed
to your calls or laments.
ON ARRIVAL in Tel Aviv, installed behind a
oot of tea. vou told vour tale of woe to some old-
Continued on Page 10-D
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14775 NW 22nd Ct.
Opa Locka
657-7757
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Sightseeing Tours
Norton Segal, President
Jerry Nudelman, Exec. Vice President
4300 NW 14th Street
Phone 871-2370
A Happy Passover To All
Normandy Isle
Decorating Center
1118 Normandy Drive 866-6602 Miami Beach
Passover Greetings
Medical A rts Drugs
836 NW 183rd St. N. Miami 652-5340
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Midtown Plaza Hotel
220 23 St. Miami Beach
Passover Greetings
531-6814
Pavilion
2925 NW LeJeune Road Miami. Fla.
871-3751 754-8323
r rom All of Us To All of You Happy Passover
Ben Graber's
Ladies Wear
1325 NE 163rd St. NMB
Happy Passover
945-4171
Don M. Rut/edge
Decorators
4970 N. Kendall Drive Miami 6610500
Happy Passover To All
From All Of Us To All Of You Happy Passover
Bill Hoffman Nursery
2160 NW 79th Street Miami 696-4221
We Wish Everyone A Very Happy Passover
Ace Industries
121 SE 1st St
Miami
358-2576
Glorified Delicatessen
2133 Coral Way Miami 856-6950/856-5441
Happy Passover
Sky Lake Mall Barber Shop
1778 NE Miami Gardens Dr. N. Miami Beach
947-2052
Passover QrMtlnga
JOHNNYS
AIR GBNBIT1BNMG
4664 SW 72 Ave. Miami 666-4715
Passover Greetings
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and Company of Florida
2600 Douglas Road Miami
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448-2211
Martha's Flower Shop
3921 Alton Road Miami Beach 538-5523
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Friday, M
arch 28
A Look Back at Early Jaffa
Continued from Page 9 1)
timers. But they would laugh and say: "Oh,
that's nothing. You should have seen Jaffa before
World War I. Then the boatmen used to grab you
and throw you down into the boats. Now it is for-
bidden and they help you down the ladder into the
boats.
"But then you were captured like a fowl,
caught around the waist, heaved overboard and
thrown'down. Whether your landing was happy
or not depended on several factors: the condition
of the sea, which near Jaffa is either rough or very
rough; the skill of the boatman who threw you;
the skill of the one who waited in the down boat to
catch you; last but not lpast how much you
struggled and squirmed in a futile attempt to
A Happy Passover To The Entire Jewish Community from
Gulf Electric Service
3529NE2Ave.
Miami
545-7369
Cynthia Apartments
2115 Washington Ave. MB 531-3143
Passover Greetings
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Belcher Oil Co.
Miami, Florida
Passover Greetings
Hebert Oldsmobile G.M.C.
29700 South Dixie Highway
Homestead 248-4500
Passover Greetings
North Miami
Custom Tailoring
775 NE 125 St. Miami 893-1080
Happy Passover
Lanson's Men's Shops
7501 NW 163rd St. N.M.B. 652 3822
Passover Greetings
_
i_
Lucio Js Italian Restaurant
3104 Coral Way Miami 448-9163
WijJiiiH 'ou t Joyous Pso
grapple with superior forces.
If you were lucky you landed in the arms of
the waiting boatman. If unlucky, you missed and
landed in the sea. provided of course the boats
dancing on the saves did not happen to knock
together at that very moment. You were pulled
out, reprimanded, patted, coaxed and rowed
ashore wild-eved. shocked into stupor but other-
wise unharmed." That was what the oldtimers
would tell you about the good old days in Jatta
harbor.
EVEN LATER, in the '20s and '30s. one had
to jump from boat to boat as they clustered
around the ship, until one reached the outer circle
of boats waiting to convev vou ashore While you
jumped, the boats were gleefully dancing on
waves and you invariably saw the verv boat into
which you optimistically hoped to land move
away with a sudden jerk, leaving a gaping snarp
of the blue Mediterranean. r
Yet somehow, miraculously, a strong and sun?
arm of a Jaffa boatman would catch you. steady
you and deposit you into the right boat Then
came the dispute between the boatmen, usually
some 20 of them claiming possession of the same
traveler Their wild threats to each other and the
yelling for baksheesh added to the poor ^
senger's bewilderment. Weak and drained of all
notfona you stood at last on terra firma. head
spinning and ears throbbing.
Once the landing formalities were over, came
the exit from the port in a shabby, flea infested
gharry or rickety, claltery Ford of pre -World War
1 vintage. Your luggage, loaded on a camel.
Continued on Page III)
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463 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Upper Level
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To All Our Fnends <* Customer* Happy Passover
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Golden Griddle
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18352 NW 7 Ave. N.M. 651-9312
Happy Passover
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8687 Coral Way Miami 264-77M
Happy Passover To All
Poodles & Terriers by Renee
1675 NE 123rd St. N.M. 891-1 n:
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Lee's Prescription Pharmacy
2525 SW 3rd Ave. Miami 854-3625
Passover Greetings To All
K&K Trailer Supplier
23215S. U.S. Hwy. 1 S.M.
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245 1212
Happy Passover To All Prom
Dr. Fred H. Kaytes, D.D.S.
General Dentistn,
945-1902 Hv Appointment Only 945^79
16499 N.E. 19th North Miami Beach
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Knife Sharpening
General Hardware
Blue Lustre
Rug Rinse N Vac
Keys Locka-Gifl
Electrical Plumbing
Hunting \ Pishing Licanaaa
Thrift-T
Hardware
6250S Dixie Huv S.M.
H8-2197
A Hopj>\ Pass
So Miami
Shopping (enter
Universal
Printing Co.
480 W 20 St Hiaieah 888 2695
A Happy & Joyous Passoi er
to All Our Fnends A Custoiru n
Growers
Packing
Company
Inc.
Growers ..
Packers and Shippers
of Quality Tomatoes
STATE
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MARKET
P.O. Box 3012.
Florida City 33030
Passover Greetings
Tamiami Gun Shops
3 1 .oration* To Serve You
ON THE TRAIL
2975S.W.8St. 842 1941
CONCORD SHOPPING CENTER
11315BirdRd. 288-1070
KENDALL .
14123 S. Dixie H'way 233 4588
A Happy Passover Tu Ail
National Freezers
1849 NW 1st Ave. Miami, Florida
u. u fan AUOurFrimdt
and CuMtonu rt a Vtr\ //<;/>/>% Pass

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Imports Inc.
15651 W Di.xii Highu ay
North Miami Beach
944-1800
A JoyouH Passover
To Our Eriendh and Customer*
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Lv. March 28. 1980
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Page 11-D
arter Signs Bill Aiding Admission of Refugees
w \sHINGTON UTA) President Cartel
(,as signed into tos tegtelatfcm which establishes
comprehensive policy for the admission oi
to the United States and for the
of effective resettlement assistance
irrival
ab< th Holt/.man (I) N.Y.), chair
i House Judiciary Subcommittee on
Refugees, and International Law,
, ,1 the legislation together with Rep
n il> N.J.I chairman ol the
remittee said that the lull Hum
in our treatment of all refugees; it
. conformity with our internatii
ons; n provides set procedures for
ii I it creates a more effective and less
ikIoI reset i lemenl
Pumpernik's Restaurant
1171 Hallandale Beach Blvd.. Hallandale
9444663
11115S. Dixie Highway
235-2424
Happ\ Passoi '
)ria 's Wig & Beauty Salon
I i\\\ We. N.Miami 652-2532
Passover Greetings
Kendall Sunoco
WS. Dixie Highway Miami
Happy Passover
665-1661
Good Time Travel Center
|421 Harding Ave. M.B. 8681608
Passover Greetings To All
GIFTbANB INE.
B7 Lincoln Road M.B.
Passover Greetings
531-1059
*
Captain Ron Seafood &
Raw Bar
2 NW 183 St 651-2132
Happy Passover To All
B&E Garage & Tires
15 NW 61 St Miami 887-3126
Passover Greetings To All
American Speedy
Vacuum Cleaners
NE 125 St 630K Lincoln Mall Patio
f Jm' Miami Beach
Happy Passover 6724)330
Bird Road Cycle Mart
1 Bird Road Miami 221-2123
Passover Greetings
Elias Jewelers
Coral Way Miami 226-4082
Passover Greetings
\ Happy Passover to All
Brother's Zito
Magnificent Unisex Hair Styling
M- lt,ls,
N.M.B.
94.V1W4!)
"'
Rhodes Furniture
N|- 16 I St Miami
Pa tsover Greetings
I Insurance Agency Inc.
,sW62ndAve. Miami 661-1567
Happy Passover To All
rhe Congresswoman added: "Deapite our
humanilai in concern for those fli-ring per
-"' United States has up to thia time
had no overall policy to respond to refugee
'tuatmns as they have arisen This has not onlv
delays in admissions and Ii
nan suffering on the par) ol th.- refu|
ul has made long range plannin
nvolved in th<
" lit. This bill res
Minis
rii ii :' *ish Comn tiled the
ii .is the Refugee \c\ ol 1980, which was
ist week Bertran
x u xecutive vice president, poi
I the legislation that were
Union Optical
NW ndSt. Miami
Passover Greetings
379-9682
Unlimited Indoor &
Outdoor Products
MMNW76SI Miami
Passover Greetings
im-nnn2
White Star Realty Co.
1720 79tb.St.Cswy. MB. 868-7966
Happy Passover to My Friends & Customers
J. Vericat
1025 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island
Miami Beach 866-3827
Happy Passover
U.S. 1 Auto Care
8702 SW 129th Terr. Miami 233-2190
"Rust Proofing Quaker State"
New Cars Life Guarantee '119" Used Cars *95~
Happy Passover
Bardan
International Inc.
Import-Export
4491 NW 36th St.
Miami Springs 33166
PHONE 885-7313
Best Wishes to All Jewish Families
for a Peaceful and Happy
Passover
Ryder
Welding Service Inc.
350 Ali Baba Ave
Opa Locka
68S-6630
Passover Greetings
particularly welcome to the AJL'ommittee:
The broadening of the definition of the term
refugee" bo that it applies no longer jusl to
persona from Communist nations or the Middle
East but to all person- outside their n
countries "who would face persecution becau
religion, nationality, membership in a
particular social group or lor holding par'
poht ical opinions
Gold added (hat this new definition of refug
which now includes persons in their own coun
whom the U S Pn lidenl specifies as subjei
oppression, would be helpful to .lews, who
often found themselves in this condil
small prospect s of relief
Continued on 1'age 12-1)
Holiday Greetings To Our Jewish Friends
Kravit Jewelers
Art Libman Walter Kravit
800 East Hallandale Beach Boulevard
Phone 921-6360
American Plumbing
& Electrical Supply
Wish All Their Friends a Very Happy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Katz
Fayette Katz
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Gross
and Family
Niki-Lu
of Miami, Inc.
We Wish You
Good Health and
Happiness During
The Passover Holiday
14540 NW both Ave,
Miami, Fla. 33014
821 6830
Jemaco
Distributors
Inc.
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VWe extetui'Aofafay ptemtinaA
/40 yin am/ y 1.111 fa mi/if. .
Mr. Jerry Joest
2800 SW 2nd Avenue
Fort Lauderdale 33315
525-3624


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F"day. March 28
^m
Additional Aid for Israel Seen
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON The House Foreign
lira Committee is expected to support an
additional $200 million for Israel in military
itance and approve an additional grant of
million in economic aid to replace a credit for
amount Dante Pascal] ID. Fla.l indicated
publicly at a House foreign Affairs Committee
hearing dealing with the U S vote March 1 in the
I \ Security Council for an anti Israel resolution.
thai Israel would receive $1.4 billion in the fiscal
Starting Oct. 1, if pending legislation is
appro\ ad.
The Carter Administration's original proposal
for legislation provides for $1 billion in military-
aid of which one half would be forgiven and $785
million in economic supporting assistance of
which two thirds would be a grant.
Since then the Carter Administration has
boosted the military assistant to Israel by $200
million in credits Members of the Foreign Affairs
Committee then proposed that the military aid be
increased to 11.4 billion and that the original $f>0"
million that is to be forgiven stand intact Tin- is
i,. avoid a deficit in the defense spending
proposed by the Administration
(In the economic support kind, these members
have now propos.il that the entire $7h.r> million be
a grant with no part of it to be a loan In effect,
this means that Israel would receive an additional
grant of $2 60 million in economic aid if pending
legislation is approved
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency was informed
that the funding in this form will be helpful to
Israel which is facing a tight cash flow crisis
Spec's Music Inc.
Wishes The Entire Jewish
Community A Very
Happy Passover
Vidale Roofing
7071 SW 13 Terr.
261-2263, Miami
Passover Greetings
TQNY LOPEZ SGULPTQR
192 NW 36 St. Miami 573 1517
Wishes A Happy Passover To All Our
Friends and Clients
M. Kotler Real Estate
9585 Harding Ave.
Surfside 866-2423
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Palmer Paper Company
3250 NW 60th St. Miami 633-0666
Passover Greetings
THE PALETTE
125 NE 26 Street Miami
Happy Passover
573-0980
Ling Nam Restaurant
2261 SW 67th Ave. Miami
Passover Greetings
261 0693
Concord Cafeteria
1921 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 534-4883
Passover Greetings
Marriott Hotel &
Racket Club
1201 NW 42 Ave. Miami
Happy Passover
649-5000
Mr. Kopy
120 Madeira Coral Gables 443-1591
Happy Passover
Sounds Unlimited
Enterprises, Inc.
The Beat Music for any occasion
3570 NW 7th St. Miami 541-2696
Grcatmgs and Best Wuhj|
Serbin Fashions
NW4UtSt. Miami b)? 0*07
We Wish All A Happy Passover
Portofino Givner Mfg. Inc.
3035 NW 40th St. Miami 635-7534
Happy Passover to Everyone
Carter Signs Bill
Continued from Pane 11-1)
The section of th- law thai exclude! n r. and
women "who have peraecuted others
coming under its provialona This prevents
among others, Naal war criminal-- fn
advantage of its provision--,' Qotd pointed
The increase in th<- numlwr of rafugei in h
allowed into the IS each year for the nexl three
fiscal years from 17.400 to 50,000, along with
pro> Eaiona to allow the President, "aft.
defined steps for consultation with Congress "to
augment this number in case of emergencies
The setting up for the first time of permanent
machiner) and procedures for administering re-
settlement programs for refugees and defining
their legal statue
Allied Glass Corp.
Wishes All Their Friends & Customers
A Very Happy Passover
The Great Escape
Restaurant
1127 NE 163 St. N. MB.949-2135
Happy Passover To All
Gulliver Academy Inc.
12595 Red Road Coral Gables 665-3593
Happy Passover
Haff-Daugherty Graphics
950 SE 8 St Hioleah 985-8707
l\:-iot ilm fiir-
Horatio's Restaurant of
The Coconut Grove Hotel
Miami
858-2500
Passover Greetings
The House of Tropical Fish
6855 W 4th Ave. Hialeah 567-0071
Passover Greetings
Country Club Clothes
14471 S.Dixie Hwy. Miami 238-6065
Happy Passover
Georgie Girl Shoes
1601 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 368-0621
Happy Passover
BldQUX TERNER
22 NW 1st St. Miami
Happy Passover
373-6574
R. H. Popkin Home & Auto
Insurance
19811 NW 2nd Ave. Miami
Passover Greetings
652-2882
Champs Sport Shop
1601 Biscayne Blvd. Miami 358-1580
Passover Greetings
We Wish The Entire Jewish Community A Happy Passover
Furniture Brokers
of America
700 SW 62nd Ave. Suite A237 665-7951
Baldwin Mortgage Co.
Baldwin Insurance
Agency. Inc.
840 Bwc.yne Blvd. Miami 374-8181
_____ Passover Greetings
f

Barnett Office Supplies
228 NE 59th St. Miami 757-8519
Passover Greetings
Troopers
International
Security
Happy Passover to All of )
From All of Us. ..
6906 Pembroke Road
Dade Miramar, Fla. Broward
624-6100 989-3425
Passover Greetings
and
Best Wishes from
State Representative
Larry Plummer
District 112
Shelborne Hotel
1801 Collins Ave,
Miami Heach 531-1271
Happy Paswover
x5
Small Fry
Camp Galaxy
1455 NW 183 St.
Miami 624-9609
Happy Passover
Victor's Marina
7611 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami. Fla. 751-0292
We Wish the Entire Jewish Community
a Happy Passover
Lincoln Market
1633 Collins Ave. Miami Beach 531-3444
We Wish All Our Friends and Customers
A Very Healthy and Happy Passover
Dr. Louie's
Upholstery Shop
7835 NW 36 Ave. Miami 691-7991
Passover Greetings
American Roofing Serv.
2777 NW 68 St.
Miami 836-5448
Passover Greetings
m


Rna-affement^ Hammond Goldstein
EiHlJaUCIIlCIUrB H,l,n P. Hammond and Rabbi Rre s (U
Helen P Hammond and Rabbi Rrett S Gold-
Btein are engaged and plan a private wedding
ceremony at the end of April.
Ms Hammond, a second generation native
Miamiun. is the daughter of Dr. Daniel and Rose-
mond Hammond and the granddaughter of Mrs.
Katie Hammond and the late Joseph Hammond
and the late Mrs. Oida C. Rubin.
She graduated from Miami Beach Senior High
School in 1972 and from Oberlin College. Ohio
with a ,1A degree in mathematics and economics
in 1976.
Ms Hammond manages and operates the firm
ol H 1 Hammond and Associates, medical
Management consultants.
Rabbi Goldstein is the son of Mrs. Eleanor
Stiller of Buffalo, N Y and the late Dr. Philip
Goldstein. He attended Nichols School, Buffalo.
received a MA degree in religion cum laude from
Wesley an University in Connecticut in 1971 and
graduated from Hebrew Union College Jewish
Institute ol Religion in 1976 His first year of
training was in Jerusalem, Israel.
Rabbi Goldstein has been a resident of Miami
-urn In- appointment in the fall ol 1976 as
'">' rabbi al Temple Israel of Greater
Miami He has currently assumed full rabbinic
res|>onsibiliij lor that congregation
Uter tbr wedding, the couple will reside in
Miami
mdand
- i
Herman Pearson
M rris \1 llerm in of .S
iv the ei
to Richa
iduate ,>t the I m\i
VI I'' .iison .-
planned
imple Menorah
is Art Auction
Menorah was to hold
an auction on Thursday
'larch 27 \ wine anil
e pre\ n w was to begin at
followed by the
mat H 30p.m.
JBnita Srebnick and Hilda
|i\icli were chairmen.
auction was to be coo-
fed b\ \rt America and held
ballroom <>i Temple
lrah Miami Beach.
'hu; Aliya Meets
nth Klorida Chug Aliya will
Sunda) March 23, at 7:30
he Greater Miami Jewish
fat i. m
Composer Shmuel Fershko of Miami Beach has written a
musical composition especially for tin Spring Hull of the
Philharmonic Guild The event, set March 29, at Hialeah
(luhtu>us>\ will recreate Paris 1925 Tht composition "A
Bret Overture for a Gala 0 Chairmen an I:
King, Trudy and Alberto Luis and Helene Koretsky l\ -
ith cocktails and pre-d tertainn
i nil dancing at 9
Naomi Hadassah Slates Auction
The Naomi I
a ill hold its annual i id ion
i> m
al W inter Hall lol the (
Religious Si iencel. Ii
7-ihi Miller Road, jusi
Palmetto Kxpressw aj
Jim Gall, a local professional
auctioneer, will conduct the
aucl 1"I1
All proceeds will go to
Hadassah's vouth programs
include i

S< ". i s ind local
groups
Vdmission i- free
public i- welcome.
uth \
Fdui
Had
and the
I.. ': //, rma
Singer-Levitt
Wedding Set
Caren Singer, daughter ol
Marthe Singer and Kurt
Singer ol Miami, will become
the bride ol Howard Levitt,
son ot Vssistanl Secretary ol
Stale and Mrs Ronald
Levitt ol Tallahassee and
Miami, on April 19. The
wedding is scheduled for
Temple Beth Am
In keeping with our tradition we will
have a full line of strictly Kosher food
on Monday, March 24th. We wish all
our friends and customers a healthy
and happy Passover.
"Left go
i dinner
Miam's famous night spot serves
(he driest food m town A large menu
trom seafood K steak We open al
II 30 lor lunch Dmnei and Suppei
are served uni.i 00 W ddik Stflul
diriment and musK loi daiu ,ng
All m! i aids are ai i epted
Closed Sundas
KOSHER TREATS I MM
1678 N.I. 164 Street, No. Miami Beach
947-1800
lOUNGt RESTAURANT '
Bi k, > i.. Vue-'i <*>8 <*'
Sir Speedy Instant
Printing Center
irickell Plaza
Happy Passover
371-1401
IARRTE. WARDELLINE.
|E*L ESTATE INVESTMENT EHNSBLTANTS
|BirdRoad Miami 223-9441
iyous Passover to all our friends & clients
Royal Groves
8825 Bierayne Blvd. 754 4211
Happy Passover
arboe Roofing Co.
19058 NE 26 Ct.
North Miami Beach 931 -5491
Happy Passover
Painter's Poultry
of Florida Inc.
IW 75 St 696-7901 Miami
Passover Greetings
l-Wi Transmission, Inc.
,Fla.
2105 SW 32nd Ave.
From all of us to all of you
Happy Passover
448-2183
Sunnyside Motel
& Trailer Park
' 6024 SW 8th St.
Weal Miami A Joyous Passover
To All our Friends & Guests
266-1727
Tropicana Motel
15645 Collins Are
Miami Reach
Happy Passover
947-560:1
Sonny Wright
751-8642
To All Jewish Friends Happy Passover
Wil-Fred
Business Machines Inc.
Rent IBM Selertrk- & Others
1071 NW 119 St.
No. Mismi
Passover Greetings
681-2707
681-4711
Sanitary Fish Inc
817 Biscayne St.
Miami Beach 672-6281
Passover Greetings
Ronnie's Place
Men's Hair Styling
557-4049
4260Palm Ave.. Hialeah
Passover Greetings
822-2505
Tom Palmer's
Roof-Rite Co. Inc.
Repairs and Re-Roofing
15 NE 1 7 Terr. Miami 374-5125
Passover Greetings_____________
North Kendall Drive Mobil
Miami
9949 SW 88 St.
Happy Passover
271-1350
Century 21 Academy of
Real Estate
777 NW 72nd Ave, Miami 264-6421
Passover Greetings


77
I
750
Lv
3104
for
THE TOTAL TRAVELER
Q. Can you clarify an
airline's obligation if we
arrive 30 minutes before
flight time and are told
our confirmed space is not
available on the flight?
This happened to us and
we don't know whether we
got everything we were
entitled to. When
travelers find themselves
in this kind of situation,
everything happens
quickly and one is inclined
to take whatever the
airline offers. We received
a full refund of our tickets
and a free flight about
four hours later. We
talked with other
passengers in the airport
who received nothing
because they were told the
airline had canceled their
flight.
A. Latest rulings of the
CAB say you must get
Denied Boarding Com-
pensation on the spot if
you are bumped from a
scheduled flight on which
you have confirmed
reservations. In addition,
if the airline cannot
arrange alternate tran-
sportation acceptable to
you which gets to your
destination no later than
two hours after your
original schedule (four
hour for foreign
destinations), then the
airline must double your
compensation.
I am assuming you
were on a domestic flight
and accepted the four
hour delay, in which case
you got everything you
were entitled to. As for
the travelers who were
delayed because their
flight was canceled, the
CAB says, "sorry about
that, but they are not
entitled to any money
back in those cases or
when the airline sub-
IM' "
stitutes a smaller air-
craft."
When that happends.
travelers get sympathy
and assistance in booking
alternate flights.
Incidentally. the
maximum compensation
for overbooking is $200,
and you should also know-
that foreign carriers are
not obliged to abide by
these CAB rules for
flights originating outside
the U.S.
Q. How do I get my
money back on an airline
ticket 1 didn't use? It was
a regular ticket that I
charged to my credit card.
I have already paid the
bill, so I think I should
get the cash instead of
having it credited to my
account as suggested by
an airline clerk.
A. Sorry. Charley. The
airline has no way of
knowing whether you paid
your credit card bill, so
they insist You must
return the unused ticket
to the airline or to the
tru\el agent who issued
the ticket. The issuing
agent will credit your
account, and you can then
request a refund from the
credit card company
Here's a word of ad-
ditional advice Don't
send your airline ticket to
the credit card company
and request a cash refund.
The ticket will be
returned to you with a
letter informing you they
are not in the airline
business and you'll lose
time and postage. You
also stand the chance of
losing the ticket
altogether in the maze of
computer confusion It
could become a case of
finders keepers and you'll
be out credit and cash.
Don fight the system on
thi>
Q. I am a single. 26-
year-old male who will be
free to go on an extended
trip, preferably to New
Zealand. Australia and
Southeast Asia. in
November. I will have
about So.000 to spend. If
possible. I would like to
find another person, male
or female, who would like
to make this trip with me
My question is how do I
go about making contact
with someone? And. are
there services that put
travelers together? Is
there an alternative short
of putting an ad in a
newspaper or travel
magazine?
A. There must be
thousands of young men
reading of your dilemna
and offering very little
sympathy. With spen
dable $6,000 and looking
for a travel companion of
either sex. how bad off and
troubled can you be? You
neglected to mention
whether you expect the
companion to put up and
spend a like amount of
money. I honestly wish I
could help you but there
are no travel services
similar to computer mix
match printouts used for
dating games Although.
I'm pretty sure BOOM
enterprising computer
-hi/ will come up with one
alter reading of your
problems."
1 don't BUggesI
newspaper advertising
either Did you hear about
the fellow who advertised
for a wife and received
20.000 replies in a single
day? Answers to your ad
would probably make the
Guinness Book of Records
tor the most replies t,> |
single ad.
My best advice is to
take off on your own
Imagine the problems if
your unknown companion
snores, or worse? You'll
meet congenial young
people every place you
travel and since you don't
have an acquaintance or
friend of either sex ready
to go on this kind of
adventure with you do
it yourself. Let rne know
how vou make out. .
A Look Back at Early Jaffa
Continued from Page 10-D
followed at a slower and more dignified pace.
THOSE DAYS are gone. With them has gone
the enchantment of novelty, discomforts, exotic
smells, sounds, colors. Today all airports in the
world, and most of the sea ports, look the same.
There are no more colorful Jaffa boatmen with
their baggy trousers, pink or yellow shirts with
red cummerbunds and pointed, knitted camelhair
skullcaps Jaffa Arabs today wear blue jeans,
printed shirts, work in a factory and dash out for
a quick espresso.
In today's Jaffa port, a few old grizzly fisher-
men still in wide trousers, faded and patched
sweaters and pointed skullcaps, sit at the sea-
shore smoking, brewing coffee over a charcoal
fire, talking quietly and slowly. They are in no
hurry They have little to do but sit and recapture
their memories of old times when they were young
and all was different.
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Community Corner
Veteran Congressman Claude Pepper presided over the*
planting of a grove of palm trees in honor of his late wife
Mildred, during Arbor Day ceremonies Friday, March 2]
The ceremonies were held at Margaret Pace Park. Spon.
sored by the Committee on Ecology and Beautification.
Dr. Joni Grant Green was reappointed to the board of
directors and elected secretary of the Florida School of Pn,.
fesskmal Psychology, it was announced by Dr. Mai Kushner.
ad ing dean of the school. Dr. Grant Green is executive director!
chairman of the board and founder of Grant Center Hospital
On Thursday, April 3, at 2:30 p.m.. a free communitv clan
will be held at Biscayne Medical Center on diet and health can
as u relates to the diabetic. Classes are conducted monthly by a
registered dietitian and registered nurse. To make your res. r
vation. call the hospital staff Development Office.
Barbara S. Levinaon has been appointed director of nursing
at Grant Center Hospital and Treatment Center, it has been
announced by Administrator Lee Haber.
John Berger of Miami Beach has been appointed bv Gov.
Bob Graham as vice chairman of the Govenor's State Pur-
chasing Advisory Council. Berger is director of purchasing for
Metropolitan Dade County.
Arthur H. Courshon.chairman of the board of Jefferson
National Banks of Miami Beach. Kendall and Sunny Isles, and
his wife. Carol, chairman of the advisory board of Washington
Savings and Ixian Association, were among the national leaders
present at the Whit* House Sunday. March 23, for a meeting
with President Jimmy Carter.
On Sunday. March 30, from 9 a.m. until noon. Temple /.ion
will open its facility to the community to give blood.
Temple Zion's Men's Club members will host the drivi and
will be serving breakfast to all donors
*-,
Goodies Delicatessen
1645 Washington Ave. MB.
Happy Passover
531-6215
Euster Furniture
3300 N E. 2nd Avenue Miami 573-3200
Happy Passover
Kasdin Drugs
6625 Collins Ave. MB. 865-7431/864 2483
Passover Greetings
Werner Kahn Photographers
923 Arthur Godfrey Road MB 531-1872
Passover Greetings
Overholt's Jewelers
7220 Red Road. Crossroads Ride.
S. Miami oos-am
Happ\ Psssotntr
NBBEW00B FURNITURE
4975 East 10 Avenue Hialeah
688-6331 685 5246
Passoier Greetings
Krome Cleaners
426 N. Krome Ave. Homestead
247-3024
Passover Greetings
Gary MartyiVs Prime Meats
12588 N. Kendall Dr. Miami 595-4903
Happy Passover
The Garden Restaurant
17 Westward Dr. Miami Springs 887-9238
Passover Greetings
Greater Miami
Opera Association
1200 Coral Way Miami
Happy Passover
854 1643


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*Jenis} fhrir/itr
Vine Heads Jewish Funeral Directors Ernest Sussmann, 53-Year Resident
/ *" __ t..i:_ e____i.:__i _f i_r_i
nhert 1-eVine. vice president
Stanetsky-Schlossberg-Sol-
ln Memorial Chapels of
EkliM M"89- was elect*d
Lent of the Jewish Funeral
TSn of America at the
Inizat ion's 52nd annual
fog hfld at Cerroma Beach
Xuonado, P.R.
iim, will serve in the
|on for one year. His
hence to 'he presidency of
|ewi*h Funeral Directors of
\1(;, ,aps an 18-year
ership in the association in
h,. formerly served as
,l the associations'
quarterly journal and as an active
member of the education and
public information committee.
The Jewish Funeral Directors
of America represents nearly 100
firms nationwide and in Canada,
encompassing over 90 percent of
the industry.
Fleeted first vice president,
was Joseph Roth of Pisher
Memorial Chapels. Chicago. III.
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Inc. of New York, operate
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homes in Margate. Sunrise and
Deerfield Beach.
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j voting group of his peers
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m. North Carolina and New York City. He was graduated
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[lustration in 1974 Postgraduate work at Harvard
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NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO Al.l. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS i)K DEMANDS
IUAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND All. OTHKK
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
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FIED that the administration
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vi 1611, la pending in the C"lr
cult Court lot Made County.
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which i> Dada
Coui|t> Courthouse 73 West
Flakier Street, Miami FL
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resenlative of the estate is
tdolph Schoenbnin whose
.nidi. ,- Is MM Collins Avenue.
Miami Beai li FL SSMO The
name and addres> o( the
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required WITHIN THREE
MON ms FROM IIIK DATE
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Foreign Minister 'i itzhak Shamir
has warned the West European
countries that they could not
profess friendship for Israel and
at the same time express support
for the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the creation of
,i Palestinian state
In his first speech in the
Knesset since he became Foreign
Minister, Shamir spoke in reply
to, four agenda motions which
expressed concern over recent
statements by Weal Kuropean
governments, particularly West
< iermany and France, and
Austria's extension of
recognition to a FLO official in
Vienna.
SHAMIR SAID that these
countries which considered
themselves friendly toward Israel
were about to join the choir
against Israel and aid those who
want to end Israel's existence.
Kurope should reexamine its
policies and realize that such
statements endanger peace," he
said He urged the Furopeans to
support the Camp David accords
and to assist moderate forces in
the Middle Fast.
According to Shamir,
Kuropean support for the
Palestinian cause was linked to
Arab oil. He said that Israel had
to improve its information
C impaign abroad to convince the
world to support the
peacemaking process and reject
such groups as the PI.O which
want t'> destroy the Camp David
accords. He praised the efforts of
Jewish communities in West
Furope in that connection.
Last Sunday in London
representatives ol the largest
Jewish communities of West
Europe held a meeting in which
they appealed to their govern-
ments and to the European
Economic Community not to
interfere in the Arab-Israel peace
process and expressed grave
concern at the growing support
forthePLO.
FORMER FOREIGN.
Minister Abba Fban of the
opposition Labor Party, also
accused the West European
ti.Hums ol prejudicing the peace
process" and 'preferring their
own particular interests to the
general international welfare."
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Funeral services were held
March 23 at Gordon Funeral
Home for Ernest Sussmann, 80,
who died March 20.
A resident of Miami 53 years,
he came from New Orleans, La.
Surviving are two sons Samuel
of New Orleans and Richard of
Ft. Stuart. Ga.; two daughters,
BLATHER, Milton W 83. Hallandale.
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SAVEL, Anna. 79 Miami Reach
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Beach, March 23 Rubin Lakeside
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K1RSH, Marcus A run, 86. Miami Reach.
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Mrs. Julia Sysskind of Hal-
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evert of Napoleonville, La.;
one brother Henry A. of Miami;
one sister, Mrs. Julia Banos of
New Orleans; 13 grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
Interment was at Mt. Sinai
Cemetery.
GRUMET
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Htaleah for 18 years, she was formerly
from Steubenvllle. Ohio Surviving are a
son Arthur of Steubenville >ur daugh-
ters Mrs Helen Stern of Steubenvllle.
Mrs Marjone Cohen of Miami. Mrs
Mai' ii I evin of Miami Lakes and Mrs
Frances Golovan of Cleveland Ohio; a
brother Abe Rerht ol Sun City, Ariz., a
lister Mrs lilam he (ioldman of Bay
side (Jables, NY., 15 grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren Funeral
services wire held March -"> .it Uordon
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HOROWITZ
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Miami 25 years, coming from New
York He BS a member ol the Knights
oi Pythias. Westbrook Lodge No i8
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Miami Graveside Bervlces were held
March -,,; -it Lakeside Memorial Park
with arrangements by Gordon Kuneral
Home
FISHMAN
Lilly Matral, 75. died March IS at Mt.
Slnal She was the wife of Louis for 50
years and the mother of Robert A
native ol Hungary, she had been a
resident ol Miami for 37 years Services
were held fur the immediate family at
Temple Israel on March m. followed by
i rematlon
CORLISS
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He was a resident here for over 30
years, formerly ol south Kaiisburg.
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ol Miami Beach; father of Harold
Corliss ol North Miami and Burton
Corliss of Kairfax. Ca father-in-law of
Myrna and Julia Candace Corliss.
mdfather Ol Jason, brother of
Gertrude RaanlCk Ol South Kaiisburg.
N V Mr Corliss was a member of the
Miami Reach Lodge No 170, KnighLs of
Pythias Services were held March 21
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How to Prepare Your Home for Passover Holiday. Page 7-c
Uewjislh Flaridian
te^Tsmnber 13
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, March 28, 1980
THREE SECTIONS
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Mar ' . s. C.i
Your Passover IQ
Knowledge Test Of
Passover Holidav
Mori' QuesUoaa Answered
Bj RABBI sAMl'EL J. FOX
Wh\ is it required to place an egg
>n the seder plate on the eve of
the Passover seder?
A number of reasons are
[suggested for this practice. One
states that the egg
I enls the regular holiday
sacrifice that was offered on
Passover besidee the lamb. The
latter was symbolized by the
hankbone on the seder'plate
h< former is symbolized by
[the egg It us claimed that this
eftects a number of reasons for
sover holiday in addition
i the i lassie*] observance of the
anniversary date of the exodus
|fri>ni Egypt
Other- suggest that the egg is
n the plate as an omen of
the future The egg symbolizes
|he potential hatching of good
MinK* for the future and thus
pdicates our hope that we will
ventuall) be freed from the
pressures of the current diaspora.
third explanation claims that
- a sign of mourning and
Page 2-C
some sign of mourning is in order
on the eve of Passover because it
is on this same day of the week
that the fast day of Tisha B'av
will take place on that same
calendar year.
This is sometimes taken as a
hint that while there is much to
celebrate and to be thankful for
one must always bear in mind
that there were casualties
throughout Jewish history which
brought sadness and concern in
the midst of celebration and joy.
Why is it forbidden to drink
anything except water after
having drunk the fourth cup at
the Passover seder?
One explanation given for this
prohibition is that in observing
religious requirements generally
one should not add urn excess to
the practice A second source
claims that it is prohibited so
that one should not lose the taste
of the matzoh (according to this
explanation even water should
Continued on Page 2.1-A
In Jerusalem
Up to Arabs Where
Israelis LiveVance
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
UTA) Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance told the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee that the Carter Ad-
ministration would not dis-
avow completely the anti-
Israel resolution adopted
by the United Nations Se-
curity Council on Mar. 1
and refused to say that the
Administration would not
support another resolution
of a similar nature in Sep-
temher when the matter of
Israeli settlements in the
occupied territories comes
up again.
Vance, appearing alone, again
Accepted full responsibility for
the "foul-up" in communications
that led U) U.S. support for the
resolution and its subsequent
repudiation by President Carter.
He insisted that the President's
repudiation two days after the
vote was sufficient and that the
Administration will not present
that repudiation to the Security
Council
VANCE SAID that East
Jerusalem "is occupied territory'"
.iiid that the use of the word
Palestinian" in reference to
people and territories in the reso-
lution was merely "demo-
graphic and had been used
before in UN resolutions.
Sen Frank Church (D., Idaho),
chairman of the committee,
indicated displeasure at the
absence f Assistant Secretary of
State for Near East and South
Asian Affairs Harold Saunders
and UN Ambassador Donald
Mi Henry, who had been invited
bj the committee to testify
He commended Nance, how-
ever, as having been "very
helpful in clearing the air." But
he said the committee "reserves
Continued on Page 12-A
(Sen Paul) Sar-
banes asked, 'Do
you believe that
Jews can live on
the It eat Hank i1'
Vance replied,
That is to he ne-
flutiati'd between
the parties 1
hope they will
hare a chance to
do that '
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Cyrus Vance
istiisitiiiiiiiiii
"he Plot hickens
Desperation in Damascus;
Moscow's Red Herrings
By SOLLY PRESS
Jen ish Telegraphic Agency
Due perhaps to the ascendance
of the heterodox Alawid minority
over the Syrian branch of the
Ba'ath pan-Arab movement, the
Syrian regime has come to op-
pose more stridently than its
predecessors the Christians.
Jews and Sunni Moslems in Syria
and the Fertile Crescent
Consequently. Syria's
Christian founder of the Ba'ath.
Michel Aflaq. has fled to Bagh-
dad, again for the Iraqi Ba'ath
Sunni Moslem fanatics have
turned to assassinating sup-
porters of the Hafez Assad
regime.
LAST MONTH. the
Damascene Lawyers' Association
publicly demanded the lifting of
the state of emergency in force
since 1963. There have been
intermittent charges from the
Palestine Liberation
Organization that the Assad
regime has turned Black
Septembrist." and from Moscow,
that Syria has not moved
towards Marxism.
Now. a confluence of interests
has brought this disparate trinity
closer together. Assad
desperately needs a foreign
adventure to divert his coun-
try men s attentions elsewhere.
FLO Chief Yasir Arafat is
fearful that Israel, together with
normalized" F.gypt. will achieve
a separate deal with the W set
Continued on Page 10-A
Latin Terrorism Growing
Argentina's 'Disappearances' Becoming a Hitlerian Nightmare
NEW YORK Amnesty
International published an
eyewitness report by two sur-
vivors who escaped from secret
letention camps in Argentina
*here they estimate that hun-
dreds of people have been
sj stematically tortured and
killed since 1976.
The two men. Oscar Alfredo
Gonzalez and Horacio Cid de la
Paz. spent 15 months in the
camps after being abducted
within two weeks of each other in
November, 1977 in Buenos Aires.
They were held in five camps
between them and provide details
on hundreds of prisoners most
of them now believed to be dead.
Their account and its ac-
companying lists of dead and
missing prisoners throw new
light on the possible fate of the
thousands of Argentinian
citizens who have disappeared
over the past three years. A
delegation of the Organization of
American States visited
Argentina in September. 1979 to
conduct on-the-spot in-
vestigations into the disap-
pearances that local human
rights groups say now total more
than 15.000. The OAS findings
have not yet been made public.
AMNESTY International
decided to publish the testimony
of the two men after months of
checking their account against its
own records of people who have
"disappeared'' and the
statements of former prisoners.
The organization also consulted
Continued on Page 8-A


fJenist ftfi&ftn
Sharply Divided vote
Move to Make Jewish Settlements in Hebron
whose students combineTeh^
studies with milii-.- **
tar>' irai^l
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A sharply divided
Cabinet voted 8-6 with
three abstentions to
establish religious in-
stitutions in two Jewish-
owned buildings in the
heart of the West Bank
Arab town of Hebron. The
decision, which had been
pending for more than a
month and repeatedly
postponed by the Cabinet,
was taken at the urging of
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin who argued that it
was delayed long enough.
Benin rejected appeals by some
Zevulun Hammer supported the
decision but said he did so
reluctantly.
Religious Affairs Minister
Aharon Abu Hatzeira called it a
"bad decision" and abstained.
Interior Minister Yosef Burg,
who heads the Israeli negotiating
team in the autonomy talks, did
IKtl attend the Cabinet meeting
becaUM he was to greet U.S.
special Ambassador Sol Linowitz
at Ben Ciurion Airport.
ALL HERUT ministers voted
for the move except Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman who cast
a negative vote. The usually
outspoken Weizman had no
comment, saying he did not want
ins remarks to the Cabinet leaked
to the press Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir voted af-
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of his colleagues to hold off until
after his meeting with President
Carter in Washington in Mid-
April. His insistence was seen as
a deliberate rebuff to the U.S. for
having supported the Security
Councils Mar 1 resolution
calling for the dismantling of
Jewish settlements in the oc-
cupied territories. Carter sub-
sequently disavowed the
American vote.
THE NARROW majority in
voting, which came after four
hours of debate, reflected the
growing rift over the Hebron
issue between Begins Herut
Party and its coalition partners.
Before the session began. Deputy
Prime Minister Yigael Yadin of
the Democratic Movement
served notice on Begin that he
would appeal against any
decision to move Jews into
Hebron to the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs and Security Committee.
Deputy Prime Minister Simcha
Khrlich. leader of Likud's Liberal
Party wing, opposed the decision
and said he would have to
"reconsider" remaining in the
Cabinet. The National Religious
Party also indicated serious
reservations. Education Minister
firmatively but without com-
ment.
The decision was hotly-
defended by Housing Minister
David Levy of Herut and sharply
denounced by Justice Minister
Shmuel Tamir of the DM. Levy
stressed that the Cabinet had
voted unanimously last month
with one abstention, by Yadin
to declare in principle that Jews
have a right to live in Hebron.
The decision, he said, was simply
implementing the earlier one.
"Herat's representatives are in
the government in order to
implement the party's platform''
Lew said.
Tamil warned that the decision
will lead to international com-
plications. This will not con-
tribute anything to security, it
has no political value, and it does
not strengthen the State ol
Israel." he said. "It could have
been the right step had it beer
taken immediately in 1967 (when
Israel conquered the West Bank)
but now the timing is wrong."
Tamir asserted.
THE CABINET decision falls
short of meeting the demands of
nationalist and religious
militants who have demanded
that Jewish families be settled in
Bonn-Financed Facilities
At Weizmann Institute
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
important new Weizmann
Institute acquisitions, financed
by grants from West Germany,
were dedicated Sunday during a
visit to the Institute by the West
(ierman Minister for Research
and Technology, Dr. Volker
Ilauff They are an ultra-modern
electron microscope for biological
research and the Albert Einstein
Center for Theoretical Physics.
DURING HIS visit. Hauff.
accompanied by West German
Ambassador Klaus Schuetz.
revealed that 7.5 million German
Marks are allocated each year by
his ministry through various
fellowships and grants to
promote cooperation between the
Weizmann Institute scientists
and those in West Germany. This
sum is in addition to grants by
the West German government
and private Ge#nan institutions
for special facilities at the
Institute. '

The Einsterl Center,
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Einstein's 100th birthdav? will be
headed by Prof. Yigal Talmi and
will be open to scientists from all
*aj^ of the world, including
m-ael and West Germany
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There might never have been an Emancipation Proclamation
without a Passover.
On the night of 15 Nisan.approxi-
mately 3200 years ago.a new era in
human history was begun.
On that date.the right and
supremacy of human freedom was
reaffirmed to the peoples of the world.
The Jews.under the leadership of
Nlll>es,put an end to400 years of slav-
ey imposed upon them by the ancient
Egyptians.
Passover is the Festival that com-
memorates-thatremarkable event. It
"'arks the birth of the Jews as a free
People.lt is the reassertion of Jewish
wlief that freedom and dignity are
inalienable human rights/That no one,
f>e he king.dietator or private citizen
has a mandate to oppress or enslave an-
other human being.This commitment
to freedom as expressed by the Passover
is central to the thoughts and ideals
which have become the foundation of
western civilization.
It is the Ethic upon which Abra-
ham Lincoln based the Emancipation
Proclamation issued more than 30
centuries after the Exodus from Egypt.
For Jews.Passover is a time to
reaffirm the faith and morality forged
from the experience of Egyptian
enslavement and redemption.
But the story told in the Hagad-
dah speaks not just to Jews.hut to all
people who love freedom and who are
willing to make sacrifices to keep it.
It is a story that strengthens our
resolve as free citizens of a great nation
to stand together and help others who
are less fortunate throughout the world
to reassert their destiny to be free.
Passover is the Festival of Free-
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It renews our faith that someday
there will be liberty for all.It gives us
hope that some day all may live in peace
and dignity.
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Passover and Freedom
There are few Jews, even those with little or no
religious beliefs, who do not mark Passover in some
way.
One reason is that Passover has become the one
holiday when Jews get together with their families.
It is a holiday when children play a central role, such
as asking the Four Questions at the Seder. In fact,
the purpose of the Seder is to pass on the Jewish
experience to the younger generations.
Hut perhaps Passover has become so important
because it marks the birth of the Jewish nation. This
has taken on added meaning with the creation of
Israel.
Passover reminds Jews of the importance of
freedom. The symbols used at the Seder and the
Haggadah itself"tell Jews that once we were slaves in
Egypt, and we are enjoined to keep reminding our
children of this, because those who were once slaves
will value freedom even more.
For American Jews, it means guarding our
liberties in the United States and striving to ensure
the survival of democracy here and abroad. It means
guaranteeing that Israei will survive as a free and
prosperous and secure Jewish State that will fulfill
the Biblical commandment of being a light unto the
nations.
The Horror Spreads
With our attention riveted on the Middle East
and domestic American politics, we seem all too often
to forget what is occurring in Latin America and
what impact events there must inevitably have on
us.
One such example is the growing sickness in the
Argentine social order as exemplified by our Page
One report which tells the story of two survivors who
escaped from secret detention camps in Argentina
where they estimate that hundreds of peoplehave
been systematically tortured and killed since 1976.
Our report reminds us that Jewish prisoners are
singled out for especially harsh treatment. Declares
the report.
The methods are chilling reminders of lb
Hitlerian nightmare brought to the western hemi-
sphere. "Transfer" is. of course, a code word tor
murder, which the Nazis made a favorite part of their
\ ocabulary.
It seems to us that we can not .just from time to
time, become exorcised by a single, glamorous case
such as was Jacobo Timerman's. the Argentinian
Jewish newspaperman ultimately permitted to leave
for Israel. We must show a continuing interest in the
new Latin horror before it takes many more lives
before it spreads to our own midst.
Another Score for Sadat
President Sadat's invitation to the Shah of Iran
to come and live in Egypt now places him tall in the
saddle of Middle Eastern affairs, whether for good or
bad.
One thing for sure, it strengthens his nego-
tiating position with Israel and therefore can be cal-
culated to stiffen the backs of the State Depart-
ment's already tough anti-Israel stance so far as the
Palestinians are concerned.
We should make no mistake: Sadat has no more
love for the Palestinians than do the Israelis, but he
is using them to the limit to recapture his ascendant
role over the other Arab nations, which he lost in his
peace-making process with Israel.
Nor should we make the mistake that it is a
peace-making process. What Sadat is doing is merely
recapturing the Sinai without firing a shot. After
that, the deluge.
Things are bad enough for Israel these days, but
Sadat's sanctuary to the Shah makes them even
worse.
dfewiislti Floridian
Hill Airing Was a Disaster
I WAS bonified at my firs!
inkling thai Congress would be
pressing for an investigation into
the now infamous McHenry vote
at the United Nation- on the
resolution condemning Israeli
settlements
There was. il should have been
clear trom the beginning to those
who hatched up this scenario,
absolutely nothing that could be
gained from il On the other
hand, there was the ever-present
danger that the administration
would use the investigation as
platform on which to -pout its
justification for the vote except.
0| course, tor the Jerusalem
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anyway? Vbsoluti hmK
other than thai his mstnj
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believe, would U predicated oi
his interpret.! ^
resolution BS bl irv
the Camp Da\ id bi i ords
This ambiguity ipart, which
American Jewish voters h.id best
think about long u | hard, the
congressional im n dld
turn out a- precise!) I feared \\>
don't real!) know
Carter gave insti
for or against Whal m do km
about is administration
periousneaa and in
being quest ioned
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and Sen Ril hard Si
worse than I anl ited
tapes show an .
Vance par
do t he UN \ ote all
that McHenr) i an
w.u again, ihis i mi
presidential apolog)
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the Senate, including '.heranking
Republican men
Foreign Relatioi > nuniuei
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in the Hoii-e -
t igal ion. Vani e was
hostile, just as
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Is There Life After the UN?
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Volume 53 Number 13
UN Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim's prolonged wrestling
match with the Ayatullah
Khomeini and lessor Iranians
reveals that a little flame still
burns in the United Nations The
gentle Austrian, whose lite i- a
series ol roller coaster rides on
flimsy structures erected by
sharply competitive political,
ethnic, and cultural blocs, ha-
lo-en brave and patient
throughout the long midnight ol
the Iranian crisis
Some will recall that Iran won
membership in the UN in the
year that agency wa- created
The first issue raised in the
Security Council was Iran -
protest against the refusal of the
Soviet Union to withdraw its
wartime occupation troops from
northern Iran in 1 y4*>.
SINCE THAT time, Teheran
has certainly benefitted
economically and socially from
it- I N affiliation. Hut once the
Ayatullah approved terrorist -
seizure of the American embas-\
building and the incarceration of
American citizens there, the
Secretary General and his staff
were confronted with a challenge
dwarfing all previous crises in the
international organization's
history.
Kurt Waldheim's slow start on
the Iranian issue was in
character But it soon became
apparent that Washington could
not win the battle without allies
And even granting Waldheim's
commendable performance in
recent weeks, it is sad to recall
that vigorous action was long in
coming on a flagrant violation ot
rules that UN nations are sworn
to uphold.
Robe ri
When the dust settles, will the
I N actually be stronger' Will
there U a new display of moral
leadership' Will the Secretary
General be looked upon as the
keeper of the UN's eons, lelli e"
W ill terrorists know thes can no
longer def) the justified outrage
ol UN participating nations
dedicated to upholding the
canons oi international decent y '
NO country has suffered
more neglect and endured more
calumny in IN forums than has
Israel She had good reason to
criticize procedures and actions
there The infamous IN
resolution ol 1975, branding
Zionism as torm of racism, was
by itsell enough to poison the
opinion ol all Israelis ,,|| Jews,
and millions ot others who shared
the high hopes expressed b)
Harry Truman in 194'. when he
suggested that it should be just
as easy for nations to get along in
a "republic of the World as it
had been for Americans to get
along in the republic of the
United States
And Israel s cup of bitterness
Overflows for other good reasons
The UN Assembly's formalized
resentment against the Camp
David agreements; the constant
grumbling about hostile at-
titudes allegedly shown by Israel
against the rights of the
Palestinian people; the recent
demand for Israel to submit all
its nuclear facilities to inspection
by the International Atomic
iiiwiwniiiiflBnBnnnnnRnnflonnivinnnnnftir^
Energ) \>:' i
pressure on Israel to withdraw
trom territories ed by
Israel sm. ands
i on\ niantly bypa Secuntj
( ouncil Resolul ii
The list is endless
Is then- no hop. then
salvaging what
noble experiment in
keeping built
initiation to BCOl
World War II H
might emerge' Mu
I \ s good woih. ii
health and cull
derstandmg ami I
U- lost because
lacking and the n
the Soviet \ral. Ii-
blot are so destricl w""
must hope not
YKT MANY in lh I niWjj
Mates ma\ well womi.r bow WH
this nation will i
pro\ ids 25 percent I
budget while the
nations -addled with dic-
tatorships or philosopl
aligned with the I SSH in "ther
waya pav only 1.18 pel toftw
UN tare Are the- nB >"*'
poor? In their cir.l. are tM
OPEC countries, the total w
income from which comes I
than 1 percent of th. 0
maintaining the UN.
Hack m 1966.only Spercentol
all Americans poUed favoredoai
withdrawal from the I N despM
the agency s presence on U.
soil. Twenty years later.
percent opted for withdrawal '
shall probably hang on. but eacn
day's passing reinforces the lon
range hunch that our role *>"
reflect increased opposition to tne
double and triple standard
characterizing many UN actions
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Pathetic Falasha Condition
[||i)K '"r"/""'
I ling vour article
I has Barelj
lm,'\. bt) 22, 19801,
nmi | the half-truths
rcumvenl the
I white-wasted
bunt -i ,1' P***" m
|
, nicle in ,.:, part from an
j rmalion pieee published
I h also totally
life threatening
Iditionsexi in Ethiopia No
| |, of the Jewish
Lh -'.Id mi ilavaty In the
[Jan. tin attacks on Jewish
he landowners
ss of their lands to
Fi-rnmeni reallocation) and by
..;ands; the per-
,n( attempts by Christian
kionaries to proselytize them.
imprisonment and
assment thi frightful suf-
\n)i. the epidemics and diaaaaa'
i s h a a moat I y
-, one month ago
tau*' "i ipraad of a
Lman disease I; the utter
Deration i the Kalashas. who
ti no more than aliyah
tgrationi lof reti Yisraal.
MIK \K1 ICLE depicts the
pdition ol i he Kalashas in
lianl terms, and buries
truth regarding their just
|i rale to 1 srael under
I.aw of Id turn. Proaontly,
\n arc 3 I alashas in Israel:
bf these arrived just two waaki
a All "' adulta are
Irking, several .ire university
jii.-nt- Ml a\ i assimilated
Irvmelv well into Israeli
et)
ll is alsi necessary to again
Tint >ut thai than is no
-turn thai the Kalashus are
'wish in every
\\"~ has been con-
ned thi hi years by the
nous Chit I Kabbis of Israel.
In November, 1979. at the
rural Assembl) of the Council
J.'i-h Federations in Mon-
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i r\ r, s/ I this /,(/s
f'l'lll i-mi[trilli treal, before 2.600 Jewish
communal leaders, the eminent
leader of the Ethiopian Jewish
Community. Yona Bogale, said:
w wit.' oner 250,000 people
Now we arc less than 25,000
Tim.- is against us Ever) year,
every month, every day we lose
our young people to war. to
discrimination and to per-
secution We cannot sustain
much more such losses, and if the
Jewish people in America and
throughout the world and in
Israel do not act quickly to help
us come to Israel, then. God
forbid, perhaps in five or ten
years, we might disappear
OVER THE years, neither
Israel nor world Jewry has
mobilized effectively to rescue
the .Jews of Kthiopia as they
successfully rescued the .lews of
Yemen, Morocco, the Soviet
I'nion and numerous other
countries Israel has had no
diplomatic relations with
Ethiopia. It has been suggested
that racism is a factor, or thai the
Kthiopian lews would have
iii ticull j assim ilal ing inlo
Israel's society, or thai there has
been B (allure to perceive the
impending danger
I ntil recently, there has been a
reluctance to go public tor tear
ol additional!) endangering these
people Hut Bogale's admonition
in Montreal was that the Jewish
community must speak now If
they an- to die." he said, "let
them die with dignity rat her than
disappear through murder,
kidnapping. slavery and
disease
In response to this plea, the
('ommunit> Kelat ions Committee
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has established a sub-
committee on Kthiopian Jews
The committees primary func-
tion is to sensitize the com-
munity to the problem of
Ethiopian .lews with an end to
obtaining their freedom to
emigrate to Israel
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achieving this worthy goal.
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Twice 'Chai' Anniversary
Month to Honor Rabbi Kronish in Pulpit
Temple Beth Sholom of
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will introduce a month of
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anniversary of the leadership of
Dr. Leon Kronish at the Temple.
Rabbi Kronish recalls that
Thirty-five years ago this
spring. Kabbi Stephen Samuel
Wise installed me as Kabbi of
Temple Meth Sholom. Thirty-five
yean ago was the springtime of
nope: World War II was ending,
and the death camps wen
liberated, and the remnant of our
people, the survivors.' were on
their way to new life in the
Promised Land
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sang when the Nazis marched
them to the death camps and the
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What have I believed, since
then, and what do I still believe?
During the next tew I'ruiav
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Dr. Rabbi Ronald Kronish. his
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Dayan Opposes Hebron Decision
NEW YORK Former Israeli
foreign Mini*" Moahe Dayan
a,d Monday he opposed the
ledMonbv the Israeli Cabinet to
Uabl.sh rvhpous institutions in
Jewish -owned buildings in
on He said he has been and
ntfnuesto he against moving
,,H1sh -ettiers into the West
Bank Arab town.
Hut he stressed to reporters
,hai he would also Ik- against any
la* passed by the Knesset that
would bar lews from settling
vwhere on the Waal Hank Me
.aid that would be a policy of
ating segregation.
JERUSALEM Prime
hem IVnin has
ed Kgyptian allegations
n sponsible for
I Lheautonom) talk-
esponding t" .<
I nl him b\ l're-i
last weekend,
IBVein insi* I si Israel was
,-inj! ihi Camp David ac
:...... stations thai Israel
bstacles
|autonom> talk- Begin
based on a
jonol the acconl-
He rejected th. claim that if an
agreement was not reachad by
M.i> -<< Israel should be held
responsible The date of May .;>.
Begin wrote was only mentioned
in the joint Begin-Sadat letter to
dent Carter which accom-
panied thi peace treat) as th.
dateb) which the talks should be
completed, but not as a final data
for the completion of the talks.
WASHINGTON The State
Department ha- expressed
heightened concern" over the
- narrow decision
lew iah presence
m th< Ui-i Hank Vrab town of
hheld definitive
a decision on
K i sset
rtmenl s chief
I bidding Carter, said
m t he
wrote.
mi-inter
that Since we understand the
issue is to be discussed b) the
Knesset Defense and Foreign
\f fairs t 'ommitu I will have no
comment beyond th.- statement
ot the obvious, an apparent
allusion to t hi I S position that
Jewish settlements on the West
Hank are "illegal and an obstacle
tu peaii
Alter noting that the I S
government has made it "par-
ticularly clear in recent weeks"
what it- position is on settle-
ment- an allusion to the UN
Security Council's Mar l
resolution on that subject, and
Secretary >>f state Cyrus Vance's
statement- before the Senate and
the House last week Carter
aaid, 'We've made also our
concerns known to the Israel
government Those concerns are
heightened by the Cabinet's
decision' on I lebron.
UNITED NATIONS l)r
Clovia Maksoud. observer oi the
\rab l Nat urn- told new-men here that
there was an urgent need to re-
convent the Security Council on
Palestinian rights
lb said the Arab League
Israel Tour
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
I ng tout to Israel in Association ..
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
on
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H
aim Terrorism on Rise
'Disappearances' Becoming a Hitlerian Nightmare
Continued from Page 1-A
well-informed sources in
Argentina and has been able to
corroborate many of the details
given by the two men.
Both came to Amnesty
International with their unique
testimony after the organization
issued a list in 1979 of 2.665
people known to have "disap-
peared in Argentina since the
coup that brought (ien Jorge
VideJa to power in March. 1976
They testify to a constant
patti supervised in meticulous
detail bj various branches
mUitarj and police
lenure and interrogation
:n,n k followed by a
pei what thej call
centratien camp life with
n gular punishments
stings and finally, for most
prisi ni rs transfer the
the
victims had been I aken from their
home- or places of work without
any semblance ol legality by
armed segments of the security
forces, usually in civilian
clothing
GONZALEZ, a -'7 year-old
factory worker when he was
kidnapped, had been active
politically in a union. His wife,
who he says had not taken pan in
politics, was abducted a month
later. He has heard nothing of her
since January. 1978. De la Paz.
who was 20 when he was kid-
napped, was a student leader and
a member of the Montonero wing
of the Peronist movement
They estimate that MK) people
passed through the camps they
were in during their 15 months in
captivity, and they provide
details on more than 300of them.
Gonzalez and de la Pay. regard
themselves as lucky to have
stayed alive until they found a
chance to escape. "We managed
to delay our transfer' by
submission, adopting an attitude
of pretence." they say. "We did
cleaning, painting, worked as
bricklayers, cooks, mechanics
and even did office work."
Both men. like many others,
were taken to Club Atletico in
BueiMM Aires when they were
first seized This building, since
demolished, served as an initial
depot for prisoners Then' thin
saw their fir-: "operating
theatres as the torture rooms
ailed, t'luh Atletico had
three, each furnished with a
It lectric cattle prod
which
prisi :< : *'en bou

perspiration and excrement,
added to the fact that then wa-
ne ventilation, made the
heavy and impossible to
breathe.' t hey report
THE TREATMENT, thej
later learned, was essentially the
same for all prisoners: "For the
first hour, they would apply the
picana to u>. without asking an)
questions The purpose of thi-
was. as they put it. to soften you
up. and so that we'll understand
one another' They applied it
to the head, armpits, sexual
organs, anus, groin, mouth and
all the sensitive parts of the
body."
According to the two men.
torture could go on for hours, day
after day: "Between sesskHi of
the picana, they would use the
irino i holding our heads
under water), hang us up by our
feet, hit US on the sexual organ-,
beat u- with chains, put salt on
our wounds and use anv other
method that occurred to
them They would also apply
220-volt direct current to us .
Everything was done under the
supervision of a doctor, who
checked our blood pressure and
reflexes."
In at least one case, however,
an officer told them of a detainee
who was tortured to death within
hours of his abduction, before
orders were received from
above that he was to be
released
V Club Atletico. newcomers
wen ki :
the 'lion's den.
because thai when
y were I
oved t" tin> cells he?
.Mt I: tigr,
yef \t
d infections
from the dirt) cl
eyes swell I "he}
alk or touch
blindfold-, and could !> beaten
unconscious if a guacd even saw
t hem move t h-ir hands
ACCORDING to the two
men- testimony, Club Atletico
w;i- run bj the Federal Police, by
task forces' containing men
from all the armed services used
it
(ion/.ale7 and de la Pa/, were
moved from camp to camp.
coming under the jurisdiction of
officer- from the various serv ice-
One of the camps they name i-
Oiimpo, next to government
offices in western Buenos \ires
Amnesty International has
learned that in September. 1^79.
the physical installations the)
described were still there, though
no prisoners were seen at that
time
Of the people desribed in the
report bv Gonzalez and de la Pai
as having been kidnapped and
tortured, some had been
politically active, others were
only related to political suspects,
and there was no apparent reason
for the abduction of some. Others
were taken for the purpose of
extortion
THF. ARMY. Navy. Air Force
and Federatl Police all had men
in the "task forces, which did
the kidnapping and operated m
the camps. Generals, colonel,,
other high-ranking office,,
among those whom GonitJ?
de la Paz say thev sT**
camps. The "task forces" hm
get authority from higher \
carry out abduction- ^ y*
reported methodical on jJJ?
handling of prisoner-
When a kidnapp,nK ws ,,
oved. police and other seem?.
prov
services
Mcuibl
.*"u|d reporte surrender an at. -,
city MOCKS to let the abductw
squad operate
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Continued from prwNtfng pae
w *a torn- could be
\a nrisonera were tonai t<>
ills I al for their can.
Zung, gccounU were emptied.
SSer. and anythinji ei*. of
,lllc *s I"""''1- l"i,,i,,, ont"
bfries kept for thetpurpoee.
lh( BUthorized plunder was
ipparentlj majorjncentiyt for
JJ task force officers. It waa
buted according to rank.
,ml Qmsed much squabbling
Son-commissioned officers
complained bitterly about the
share taken b) superiorofficen
Jewish prisoners were singled
oUt for especiallj hersh treat-
ment During torture the) were
interrogated nol onh aboul their
political ideas, bul also aboul the
hrnmmunit) in Vrgentina
- and addresses of Jews,
ims ol synagogues, dubs
md business premises owned by
jews wen diligent I) collected
the moment they were
until the) were un
duded insfer' the) Uewsl
ii all) tortured.'
nhors sa) Some "t them
to kneel in front "i
Ujtlei ind Mussolini,
their origins
, m quotes .1 police
ki an i d Padre In
i an mercenaries
bul we're .ill
I UK I IN M chilling fad ol
was
-I. i which
awaited moel prisoners Nov.
oon ii would iimie was un-
predictable, hut the key to the
future was m this word, repealed
thousand times b) us and our
kidnappers
Many ol the prisoners ap
parently believed their captors
when they*were told they would
l>e transferred to a legal prison, or
a rehabilitation center, because
they desperately wanted to
believe Their faith was
strengthened when the
authorities began allowing some
prisoners contact with their
families in mid-1978 Some were
taken tor brief \ isits and others
were allowed to speak to their
families b) telephone These
contacts helped to keep the
families quiet and the prisoners
(aimer and less likek to attempt
escape The authors list some 25
fellow prisoners who they know
were allowed such contacts and
wen l hen I ransferred
Prisoners were usually
transferred in groups of 30 to
50 < tuards tried t>> prevent those
left behind from hearing certain
ol their final instructions to those
lined up for i he "transfer." but
the) wi n \ c ntuall) overheard
telling such a group that the)
would *> given injections ol a
tranquilia i the) faced
a long and difficult journe) The
group* wi led into lorries
and n< igain Sha
and blindfolded, the) wi n
ill) not allowed to take
extra clothing with them. 'Many
comrades were transferred' in
lust their underwear, in the
middle ol winter "
IN SOME cases personal
belongings which prisoners had
been seen to take with them, or
identification papers for
prisoners who had been tran-
sferred, were toundto be still at
the camp \ legless prisoner
named Kduardo was one ol those
transferred, taken out in his
wheelchair. Two days later, we
saw Eduardo's chair discarded in
a corner ol the parking lot
One prisoner told (em/ale/ and
de la Pai that he had discovered
in his previous camp that
transferred" prisoners had been
given injections ol a powerful
sedative, then taken by lorr) and
loaded into an aircraft from
which they were thrown into the
sea alive but unconscious
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is helping bring the
dream within reach for
1600 elderly in Dade County
who receive a hot Kosher meal
every day.
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Desparation Mounting in Damascus
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Bankers and Gazans, and Soviet
President Leonid Brezhnev
urgently requires an olympian
red herring to draw the world's
eyes away from the Afghan crisis
and the Islamic Conference's
condemnation.
HENCE THE renewed
propaganda line that Israel is
planning a war against Syria and
that the West supports Islam in
Kabul but opposes it in Nabius
The truth is that the Soviet
Union backs the PLO against all
non-Marxists in the Middle I
while suppressing 20 million
\fghan Mi md millions
tide t he USSR
The current arming bj Russia
ol Vssad and \ratat is, of course,
directed not only at Egypt,
Israel, Turkey and Lebanon, but
at the oil-rich Arabian
Peninsula.
Is it tOO late tO divflft Assad
from the path of treachery?
Prime Minister Menachem Hegin
in Israel. Maj. Saad Haddad in
south Lebanon, and President
Anwar Sadat in Egypt are
remaining watchful. It is to be
hoped that the rest of the Middle
East and the West will have been
alerted by Afghanistan s fall.
THERE WAS a time when
Aflaq's influence in the Ba'ath
pan-Arab renaissance movement
was still felt, that Israeli
Socialists and Ba'athists had
come together for talks in
Britain under the encouraging
eye of the Socialist International.
Both sides had a stake and
still have in the revival of their
region, in the improvement in the
quality of life, education, in
combatting religious tantaticism.
m development, and much else.
Unlike the earlier Hashemite-
led pan-Arabs, the Ba'athists at
irst appeared capable of reaching
out beyond the aristocracy Also,
the Ba'ath constitution of 1951
was the first Semitic document to
.all for the involvement of
Kthiopia in regional affairs, and
For Middle Eastern ~t.uu- for
Mediterranean Europe
There had even been a glimmer
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PERHAPS THE Ba'ath was
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likely, the fact that the Ba'ath's
leadership appeared to be in too
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understanding the incremental
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There l s no waj thai
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.i- regionalism
Hence it would be surprising it
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organizations, at least
IF THE Ba'ath has failed to
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with the Iraqi faction someone
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the beginning, the modern pan-
Jewish (Zionist), pan Arab, and
the F.thiopian reconstructlonist
movements also began as parallel
developments. Under the impact
of contemporary events
however, they diverged.
Today, two generations af,
their rise, they still haw .
talent to face the new Of regionalism, beyond the tried
and failed federation league and
empire. a
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Miami community, hut to all World .Jewry
Talmudic University of Florida
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Capitol Hill Inquiry
U.S. Vote Gets Congressional Scrutiny
Continued from Page 1 A
its option to call witnesses and
make decisions after receiving
your testimony" and regarding
"any further hearings."
VANCE, in a prepared state-
ment to the committee, em-
phasized the approaching
meetings in Washington next
month between Carter and Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat of Egypt and
separately between Carter and
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
of Israel. He reiterated that
"negotiations are necessary for
the purpose of carrying out all
the provisions and principles" of
UN Security Council Resolutions
242 and 338.
However. Vance made it plain ,
that the intention of the U.S. in
-upporting the Mar. 1 Security
Council resolution was to
"signal" the government of
Israel to halt new settlements in
the occupied territories." He
said that this issue had been dis-
cussed "many times" with the
Israelis and that "there are a
number of people in Israel who
believe we should express our
views."
He did not identify them.
Vance said it was "not true" that
the President's repudiation of the
resolution resulted from domestic
political pressure.
Vance was questioned in-
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and lawyer, you know that every
word in this (resolution) has
meaning. If it is only past policy.
why repeat it? Why not disavow
the whole thing? Why don't we
have a clear break?"
VANCE REPLIED that the
references to Jerusalem and the
occupied territories as Pales-
tinian or Arab territory in the
text of the resolution "has no
meaning at all regarding
sovereignty." Javits replied.
'That's not satisfactory." He
added. "It only spells more
trouble in days ahead because it
(the resolution) is unnecessary
and raises suspicions. You leave
us no choice. We hope you will
consider this. Let's clean the
decks. Give us a chance to forget
it."
Stone pointed out that the
resolution is not solely "recom-
mendatory" and not binding"
as Vance had testified. He noted
that the resolution calls for the
UN Commission to report back to
the Security Council in Septem-
ber on whether Israel has indeed
dismantled the settlements in
Bast Jerusalem and elsewhere as
the resolution states
He asked whether We will
veto it if it becomes binding in
September." He also asked if
"some" of the resolution could be
binding in September
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specific response. "It would
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Stone, his voice rising, said.
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with communications and
words."
Sen. Paul Sarbanes (D.. Md.)
asked if East Jerusalem is oc-
cupied territory, to which Vance
replied. "Yes." Sarbanes asked.
That is the position of our
government?" Vance nodded
affirmatively Sarbanes asked.
Do you believe that Jews can
live Oil the West Hank'"' Vance
replied, That is to !* negotiated
between the parties I hope thev
will have a chance to do that.-'
He told Sarbanes that he could
not speak for the President on the
question of whether he had read
the resolution before the vote was
taken, but declared, "I certainly
did" read it.
STONE ASKED why the U.S.
does not present the U.S.
position, including the Presi-
dent's statement, to the Security
Council. Vance said it could be
done. "Then why not do it?"
Stone pressed. Vance replied that
"The President speaks to the
whole world, including the
Security Council."
Son Joseph Biden ID., Del i
declared that Begin "seriou
underestimates the resentment of
the American people over new
settlements" and "the Begin
government is dead wrong in
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In Florida
Graham Aide Book Eying Bigger Things
Jewish Flondian Feature
Today, he is assistant
general counsel to Florida
Gov. Bob Graham. He is
the Governor's chief
lobbyist.
In this capacity. Ronald
Book helps put together the
Governor's legislative pro-
grams and then to lobby for
them in the State Legisla-
ture. In addition, he is the
good relations linch pin be-
tween the legislature and
Gov. Graham.
AND IN his spare time?
There d better be enough of that,
because Book is the contact
person in the Governor's office
for all of Dade County. This isn't
for the reason that Dade County
is Graham s hometown, either
It's Book s and when people call
rum. they expect things to
happen Particularly North
Miami people.
The 27-year-old man. whose
mustache and manner make him
seem a good deal older, is the son
of Dr and Mrs Harold Book, of
North Miami. A graduate of
North Miami High School, he
went to the L niversity of Florida,
where, as he puts it. "1 ran
track His Bachelors degree is
from FIU. and he earned his law
degree at Tulane
Although he lived in North
Dade all his life, and has a rich
memory bank of youthful exper-
iences, mainly Book recalls his
religious world and his first
forays into politics
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are pleasant recollections today,
and his religious experience
brought him to membership in
Shomrei Torah. a Conservative
congregation in Tallahassee,
which he mostly describes as "a
small Jewish community at
best
Book doesn't anticipate
working more than six months to
a year more in Tallahassee.
After that. I expect to return to
Miami to practice law or to
become involved in President
Carter's reelection campaign."
The instinct for politics swirls
to the surface "I've been in
politics a long time." he says.
"I've run campaigns as a
manager I worked with Alan
Becker as his legislative aide for
three years (when Becker served
in the Broward delegation in the
State Legislature! I ran his cam-
paign for attorney general in
1978."
AFTER THAT. Book moved
over to Bob Graham's campaign
for governor, working as a
consultant And when the
(iuvernor was elected. I went up
with him to Tallahassee as part of
his transition team Later. I
became his liaison officer."
Book spins out the stations of
his political career easily. He
mentions Flton Gissendanner. a
name long known to Dade Coun-
tians. who is also from North
Miami, and who links Book's
past and present.
"Gissendanner was the gover-
nor's director of cabinet and
legislative affairs." he explains
When Giss' left to the Depart
ment of Natural Resources. I
became acting director."
Book switches gears "That's
how it all started." he says, my
work in pohtica. At age 12. I was
already involved in the elect iy.
campaigns of Gissendanner and
Sherman Winn. now a state
senator There's something
pleasantly amusing in that
years later. I ended up working
with them, too"
BACK TO the more current
aspects of his career: "That
lasted from August to Oct. 1"
What?
The appointment as acting
director of Gov. Graham's
cabinet and legislative affairs.
When Giss' went up to Natural
Resources." he clarifies "Mv
next job was as Graham *
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Carter to Meet Begin, Sadat Separately
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17, 1978
liter, ai a
fl Powell an-
special Amlias
[>wu/. President
It,i ih.' autonomy
Inn hi- way witlun
I the
kach (or
beginning
kmi this vesr.
fin .ii ion
\ppeal
il Mi.imi 33137
days for Egypt and Israel t<> meet
with the leaders of those coun-
tries and then go to Alexandria to
attend the plenarv session ol the
autonomy negotiations The last
plenary session w.is held in The
Hague on Fob 28 and 29
Powell said, The purpose ol
his trip "ill be to pursue I hi
negotiations and, ol course, to
that purpose has now been ad
t he prepai al ions tor i he
meet inga ol t artei I
and Begin in Vpril \-i-
w Imi her t he Pr sidenl is a\ i -
to a summit meet ing ol all 11
leaders and whj the) will
mi eting si paratelj P
replied
The reason for t hese meet
is t hat .ill "I t he pan ies to t hi
t amp I 'a\ ill cords fell that tin
linn was appropriate, given the
importance ol the issues under
negotiation and the May 26goal,
and tor the architects ol the
(amp David accords to discuss
the progress made to date and
explore means to move forward.
It was the judgment of those
involved that this would be best
accomplished under tin' format 1
described
PRESSED repeatedly as to
whether progress in the
autonomy talks ins come to a
halt and that the \la> 26 goal
may not be reached, the White
House spokesman pointed out
that "These are meetings in
support of the ongoing
negotiations" and that it is "a
different situation than what we
laced in the summer of 1978"
when there was no framework
for discussions, very little agree-
ment on any issues and no peace"
between Egypt and Israel
Powell suggested to reporters
that they should not lean in the
direction that the upcoming
meetings are a process* toward
a summit meeting involving the
three leaders These meetings
an not to replace the negotiating
pr,H ess tint to support t he
exist ing proo -- he said
Powell also uisisie.1 thai the
Ma) 26 dal. i- ,i coal not a
dime Rut. he said ever)
effort w ill lie made t. indeed meet
that goal and t hat ia the clear
hope ol those concerned Earlier
I! Ml,'
Minis!
Is rat
week. Begin and Foreign menta Begin said that May 26
er Jlit/hak Shamir ol is a so-called deadline or
Ixith made similar slate ultimate dale. Shamir also
stated that May 26 is merely a
desired date.
POWELL emphasized several
times that the talks have not
been deadlocked. Asked if they
were stalled, he said. "No. I
won't agree with that charac-
ter i/.ation."
He said the talks in Washing-
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In Jerusalem
Up to Arabs Where
Ilsraelis Will LiveVance l
Continued from Page 12-A
establishing new settlements
Hut. hi pointed out. Israel is in
the I S -ccurity interest" and
Israel, free, strong and un-
intimidated is a strategic asset of
the U.S lie asked Vance What
is [araet's role in our security
position regarding the Persian
(iulf Oilfield-'
Vance replied. "We have not
changed our policy Israel has a
vary important strategic role in
the ana and it is in our national
interest He added. "The role
Israel has to play is as a force for
StabiiitJ and that "progress in
the Weal Hank and Gaza nego-
tiations will help produce greater
Stability." However. Vance
indicated that Israel must make
Sen Jacob Jai its
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Larj ol State replied. "Yes,
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Department are reflected in that
policj Vance replied. The policy
ol this \dministration is what I
have itist said speaking tor
myself Later he said his subor-
dinates supported his policy
In opening the Senate hearing.
Church pointed oui thai hi' is
baffled" bj the "two sets ol
documents" that are 'clearly
inconsistent He said the March
1 Security Council resolution is
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ton "are not related to the
United Nations Security Coun-
cil's ant i-Israel resolution of Mar
I which the U.S supported and
which Carter later repudiated.
Powell said the meetings have
been under discussion "at least a
couple ol weeks" but the invi-
tations were "formally" extended
Mar 19 bj Carter who spoke to
Sadat and Begin
Asked d the \ iaita to w ashing
ton l>.\ the Israeli and Egyptian
leaders mighl overlap, Powell
said. No. that is not the scenario
at all. Me said he did not know
whether Begin or Sadat would
come to Washington first
WHEN IT was pointed out
that his announcement of the
meeting referred to the West
Hank and Gaza Strip hut did not
mention the issue of Jerusalem
which hail figured prominently in
the Security Council's Mar. 1
resolution, Powell said
"Jerusalem is not part of the
autonomy talks except only in a
potential way, regarding the
status o| the residents ol Eaat
Jerusalem with respect to voting
on the self-governing authority
At that point, one ol Powells
aides intervened to say that
Ji ruaaiam ia not part of the
(amp David accords as such"
Powell had mentioned earlier that
the issues involved in the
autonomy negotiations could be
broken down into "two general
areas
line is how the self-governing
authority will be selected or
elected" and the other is the
power, authority and respon-
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Powell pointed out that "These
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both Egypt and Israel These are
issues everybody recognised
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nocrats Furious
latformMakers Deplore UN Vote
tpH POLAKOFF
INGTON -
The Democratic
latform advisory
ion Israel and the
[,i-i said it was
by the United
[, idr the anti-Is-
Mion adopted by
hi \aiions Sf
nt-il Mar. 1 and
have been
tte report
''We steadfastly oppose air
mores to isolate Israel in the
international arena, to sus-
pend her from the United
Nations and its constituent
organizations, and to equate
Zionism uith racism
igthe
each for
| man who baa
>mpanionahlp
^n through
lervicee for
lun
nil out ^ ?
lew ish Federation
el lew ish Appeal
ii \ l und
HKii Miami33137
,is giver lo the 1980 Democratic
Nation.il Convention Platform
Commnit'c gathering testimony
here The committee will meet
\pr lu m Hall imore to re> ie
tin foreign polic) testimony
m huh maj im lm I menls
from othei element1" wuhm the
j on i hi Middli I
"WE SI EADFASTLi
,iil ni'
'
II s
.mil to equate /.ioi
advisor} com-
miiti menl said
I n i his regard w
oul rage .ii i he recent U.S. v
I hi So urit > Council nt t hi IN
which condemned Israel We
rejei i this resolut ion in it-, en-
II ui \ 11 should have been vetoed
l>\ the I nited Slates
I hi ad\ ison committee urged
placing in the 1980 platform the
1976 platform plank which said
we recognize and support the
established status ol Jerusalem
as the capital <>t Israel with free
,n .-.-.-. in all ii- holj places
provided to all Faiths \a a sym-
bol ol tin- stand, the I S Em-
bass) shnulil be moved from Tel
\s i\ to Jerusalem
In addition to calling tnr eco
nomic and militarj support t<>r
Israel and economic streng-
thening nt Egypt, the statement
-aid The I S must follow the
letter and spirit <>; th.- Camp
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ouraaeous Stru
Women Continue Battle for Their Pulpit Rights
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
An estimated 200 men and
women met here in front of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in the
first lobbying effort of a
new organization which
seeks to induce the faculty
of the Conservative school
to accept women as candi-
dates for ordination.
The sponsoring organization,
the Group for the Rabbinic Or-
dination oi Women (GROWi.
called l he meeting to demon-
strate to the Conservative
seminary "and to the public.
widespread dissatisfaction' with
the decision of the JTS faculty
-en.He "to table the issue of
women's rabbinic ordination,"
Simha Rosenberg, a spokes-
person for GROW, declared. She
said another objective was "to
voice strong support for the im-
mediate acceptance of women"
by the JTS as candidates for
ordination.
ROSENBERG told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, before the
meeting was held, that GROW
had been started in February.
1979 but had been revamped
recently to be more active in
advocating women s ordination
and in educating Conservative
Jews in Jewish Law and practice.
She said CROW had switched to
the more vigorous policy after the
JTS faculty postponed last Dec.
20, by a 25-19 vote, any act ion on
ordination of women
Rabbi Seymour Siegel, profes-
sor of theology and ethics, and
chairman of the Committee on
Law and Standards of the Rab-
binical Assembly, the association
ol Conservative rabbis, told the
gathering that "theordination ol
women is mandated .md desirable
according to Jewish Law. ethics
and needs."
Dr. David Silverman. professor
of Philosophy at the JTS, read to
the assemble group the message
he said he would present to the
JTS Faculty Senate: "We
urgently request that the Senate
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary promptly reconsider
the question of ordination for
women More importantly, we
urge them to vote to "grant
women the right to serve as
rabbis with all deliberate speed
A RESOLUTION to admit
women was approved h_\
delegates to the 1979 convention
ol ihe l< \ The delegates with-
drew the resolution on a pledge
bv Di Gerson Cohen, .ITS chan
cellor, in name .1 commission of
II members, representing the
entire range ol Conservative
opinion, with himself as chair
man. to stud) the issue and make
recommend.it ions
Francine Klagsbrun, a member
of the commission, told the
protest meeting today that the
movement to ordain women as
rabbis was not a "fad. It is a
major social revolution, we
cannot afford to sit it out."
Cohen promised the 1977 RA
delegates he would commit
himself to bringing the com-
mission findings to the JTS
Faculty Senate to act on those
findings earlv in 1979. Hut in
\pril, 1979. Cohm said he had
agreed to a request from the JTS
faculty to defer action on the
report which favored or-
dinal ion of women until earlv
in 1980
IN ITS final report, the com-
mission submitted a recom
mend.it nm to the 1979 H \ con-
vention, declaring it found
nothing in .Iiish Law barring
a omen from the rabbinau and
: thai qualified women
In ordained as rabbis I hi
\od tabled the proposal in-
defini
Asked after the meeting
GROW planned to do nef(Wi'
said that GROW is pk2 ,
forum in April ,nnu*i>l
1L
Paula Levy
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dream within reach for an
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director of legislative affairs." a
post ha h-ld until (iraham put Lt.
(io\ Wayne Mixaon into the
sp That makt-s Hook current, and
already he is anticipating his
return to Miami. Law and the
1 alter presidential campaign are
not the only things on his mind.
" I think of running for office." he
confesses
State legislature?
BOOK AVOIDS answering,
switching gears again, although
he concedes that his professional
political leapfrogging has had a
very specific purpose to
acquire experience "for that sort
of thing."
At the University of Florida.
"I ran track." he says at the end.
recalling his beginning. "There
are a lot of youth organizations in
the north end of Dade." In fact,
right now he is the president and
head coach of a youth club in
North Dade for members between
H and 30. That involves Hook in
the North Miami Track Club's
new $1.5 million track, where his
runners would be able to practice
and compete.
U ould be able?
There is a cease and dmisl
order against the track. Book
explains. "I hope to deal with
that order."
TO DEAL, oi course, is a very
political thing And the 27 year-
old Iton Hook is nothing it not a
political man. The track may be
lust the course on which to run
hifl first campaign here this
time in his own behalf.
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\merican Jews are
.. lo the primary
voie f0i Carter as "the
|wh can be truatad."
lh onlj Heaven knows on
round
| ... ill oi this is
pn sidency,
I :, ,, ^ lewiah com-
: an unmitigated
\ Mould be replaced
, Si .1 ion once Carter's
salynn would l- surefire
I .:. no more coa-
hide Walter
i onsignmenl lo 11"'
I :
|AT I lear mosl is the
Palestinian
I our U.S
fi iend
|' recentl)
reai t ion to
pie boycott
. i except
I n troops come
I the Champs
la) l be chant
will surely change A/
m'aid
I fear it because the rest ol
\merica ia wear) ol the Israel-
\rab struggle Morals and ideals
are too burdensome, and too
many see it as the reason for our
ever) crisis as if it were
deatined l hat. Israel or no Israel,
the Arab- would not otherwise
have come to their senses about
selling a priceless commodity
such as oil so cheapl) to ua aa
beret ofore.
\nd bo, too man) are anxious
now to tell I he Israeli- to get lost.
so that the struggle can be ended
and. in their wa) ol thinking,
the energy crisis, too Thais
where Europe's going Why not
the U.S.?
WE MUST !>- war) ol this It
Carter and Vance can plaj
Gallagher and Sheehan on
Capitol Mill, so ought wa. t" a
world weary of the war ol words
and fearful ol yet another war ol
bullets
We must continue the words
w i must not give up the debate
< >n the Palestinian issue, we
might quote, say, Rafik Natasha,
ihe I'l.o representative in Saudi
Vrabia, in an interview with Al
Riad on November IS, 1979
The beat so hit ion (to the Israel
Vrab struggle), in our opinion, is
the return ol the aliens lo their
countries* The Palestinian living
is an alien tar from his homeland
must, return to it, and the ah.mi
l. who has been brought from
all over i h>' world must return to
Ins count r) ol origin
I -il i t h.it sweet Lib) a's ("ol
tarter Signs Resolution to Give
Medal to Famed Nazi-Hunter
Rlll\i.l"n\ .11 \i
t Monda)
pied by
branch) I Conj
w: .i i nal gold
10 N '-anon
Ignite I : tna| the
medal is in recognition ol his
contributions to international
justici through the documen-
tal ion and lot ationa "t war
criminals from World War II."
The medal probably will be
presented to w iesentnal in about
m\ months alter it is designed
and struck
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(jadaffi has the same v iewpoinl
except that he proposes at what
date the cutofl point made for
alien and non alien Jew 1948
Qaddafi ia prepared lo dec Ian- as
null and void the UN Palestine
partition its,.|f.
OR HOW about Sami al Atari.
tar) ol the I'l.o Central
Committee, who declared on
Mar. h 7, 1978 at Al-Kabas in
Kuwait Sell determination for
the Palestinian people is identical
with the destruction ol Israel "
\ud take Ibrahim Sousse,
I'l.i i representative in Paris, in a
radio interview thereon Septem-
1978 the PLO will
recognize and accept the estab-
lishment ol a Palestinian state on
the West Hank and in Gaza as
one oi the stages toward an inde-
pendent State in,;// of Palestine "
Listen to this one Yasir
\iatat quoted by the Associated
Press m Beirut on March 12,
1979 ()ur people will continue
to fuel the torch ol the revolution
with rivers of blood until the
whole ol the occupied homeland
I- liberated not just B part
)i Parouk Kaddoumi, polil ical
> hiel ol tin PLO, aa reported by
West German TV: "The PLO will
never recognize Israel, even if
Israel recognizes the PLO
THESE ARK the "moderate"
I'l.i leaders we are meant to take
to "in bosoms When -lews con-
template voting for Uuth Staple
Ion and Kosalynn again, let t hem
contemplate especially these
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\rt 20: Judaism in its
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il Vance and McHenry and
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that it is onl) on the
ft hat two a hole mataoha
Lreil for the benediction a
It/oh is required tor w\ erv
,.a! be i sometime*
(the Passover occurs on
t\enini: and it one wai
placing onl) two matzohs
able on Passover eve he
might easily forget to place a
third matzoh when the Passover
eve seder falls on a Friday night
Thus every Passover eve
requires the third mat/oh
Another source says that the
three maUoha represent the three
angels who came to Abraham and
the three measures of refined
flour that he hurried to prepare
for them. This took place on the
date on which the Passover
would tall |al the Exodus) Thus
the three mataoha represent these
three angels and measures of
refined flour prepared for them
Win is the evening ritual for the
Paaaover called bj the name
seder'*"
Actually the word seder is an
abbreviated form of the ex-
pression Seder Shel Pesach (the
order ot the evening oi Passover).
It has SOmeho become a
practice of abbreviating ex
pressions as we do, for example,
by abbreviating the greeting
Khabm Aleichem l>\ merely
saying Shalom The word
teder," which means order."
indicates an ideal reflected in the
seder observance Whatever
.motions direct the actions of our
people the> have to Ik- regulated
and orderly.
ATTORNEY HAROLD CEASE
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To The Jewish Community
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ATTORNEY ROBERTO A.GODOY
807 SW 25th Avenue -Miami
Phone 649-0202
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To The Entire Jewish Community
DAVID SOFGE & MICHAEL KAHN
Attorneys At Law
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CARLOS LIDSKY
Attorney At Law
2121 Ponce De Leon Blvd.-Suite 710
Coral Gables Phone 442-8624
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earlman Chairs ADL Society of Fellows
lirthur Pearlman. industrialist
Kleacler. has accepted the
Kiianship of the Flonda
CZr of the Society of Fellows
|,he Ann .Defamation League of
[a. Br.th. aix-ording to word
Led from Dr. ***
litkoff. chairman of AIM- s
LrktoRegna,Boaid.
I Pearlman at.ended Bucknell
niversiiv and is now president
Duke Industries. Inc..
Lemical manufacturing com-
[nv He U formerly vice
Udent Of the St. Lawrence
Car Con>; partner. Lion Paper
Dm Co Ne* ^ "rk r"> "l*
Laident, National I'aper Corp.
* Voi* City: executive vice
aidant, secretary, direct or.
kanee Paper Corp: vice
Uident. Mayfair Paper Corp.;
lenitive vice president, Swanee
Intern Sales Corp.. vice
Uident Potlati h Corporation
[ live in the civic.
Litunil and ap ritual activities of
Miami.
to his
with
I-eague
I'earlman in addition
long standing affiliation
the Anti-Defamation
is vice president of the
Mount Sinai board of directors
president of the Mount Sinai
J-ounders; vice president of the
Douglas tiardens board of
directors; member of the board of
directors and treasurer. Miami
Beach Community Mental
Health Center; board of direc-
tors. Temple Kmanu-El.
Pearlman is also a member of
the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce. Westview Country-
Club. Jockey Club. Grove Isle
Chlb, Kiwanis Club of Miami
Bench and is a Mason-Shriner
The Society of Fellows
provides the funds which enable
the Anti-Defamation league to
carry out its extensive efforts.
which include fighting bigotry
and discrimination, to promote
local and national programs Its
members rally the support
necessary U) meet the un-
precedented challenges to peace
and security facing the Jewish
community the world over.
' ,>1- : |J
Passover Services Set in Institutions
The Greater Miami Jewish
f nion's Community Chap-
iinc\ Service will conduct Pass-
er services in more than 30
stilutiona in the Greater Miami
ri.i this
According to Rafael Kravec.
hairman ol the Chaplaincy Ad-
iory Committe, "The Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service
i rvi thr spiritual needs ol some
; 000 persi i i ach year who are
naffiliaicd with a synagogue
nd wh" arc confined to hos-
fuls nursing homes, correc-
onal institutions or homes for
k retarded
Since its i re.it ion. the CCS.
^hich is sponsored by Federation
association with the Rab-
|inical Association of Greater
Rafael Krai ec
mm
Miami, has sought to create an
atmosphere of uctdakah of
caring on a community-wide
basis Through the program,
chaplains offer pastoral care.
counseling, friendly visits, and
religious material to those in
need
In addition to serving the
religious needs of institutional-
ized Jews, the CCS "also serves
.is a reterral agency for other
Federation services as well as
social welfare agencies of the
state and county." said Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. CCS director.
Vssisting Rabbi Schiff in this
year's religious services will be
Rabbis Maxwell Berger. Joseph
A (iorfinkel. Allan Mirvis and
Jacob Nislick
eshiva to Honor Judge Robinson
Steven I' ftobinson. resident
bdge of the branch court at Coral
lables. will receive Yeshiva
Iniversit) a Hint age Award at
Klorida friends of Yeshiva
Iniveraity Annual Dinner.
unday. April 20. at Temple
Imanu-KI in Miami Beach.
[The university's Heritage
rwanl i- (inferred on those who
|w exhibited exemplary service
i the Jewish community and the
hancement of higher
iucatKm Sen Richard Stone
I be the key note speaker.
Playing k< j roles m organizing
Be dinner are Harry A. Levy,
Inner chairman. Joseph M.
exler. honorary chairman and
mber of N eshiva University's
"I trustees; Campaign
M'rman E Peter C.oldring and
?chairmen. Kabbi Max Lip-
fchitzami Martin Margulies.
I Judge Robinson'a parents, the
ft U-oand Hsie Robinson, were
original recipients of the
Mntagi- Award at the first
Jorida friends of Yeahiva
University Dinner in 1961. His
andfather. Moses Ginsberg.
s an early founder of the
niversiiy. s Albert Einstein
ege of Medicine.
I A cum laude graduate of the
pvermty ol Miami School of
. Judge Robinson was elected
the County Court for the
eventh Judicial Circuit (Dade
Maty) in 1976. In 1979. he was
Dointwl to the Florida Council
Irahar,al JUSUce Gov **>
tef %&"* communal
^"'-'"ludes membership on
;y- committee Pand
i-sh (entral A*encyof
.i!1:;i,^ndtheJew,sh
orida. "
H,
ter
pvisorj
Consi
of South
ls < member of The
> } "uncil of the Appeal
;-';""'. Foundation, an
n :"","a,t,onal Kroup
ougho*. ,k 'K,0U?J frwdom
'le,wrld. He has
i;i,ed friend of Yeshiva
"""I for many years
to^S' a MfS- KarB,yn
1S a community ac-
cent of the Miami
Design Preservation League and
a member of the Florida Fine
Arts Council. The Robinsons are
members of Congregation Bet
Breira and have two sons. Lowell,
10. and Alexander, 5.
The dinner represents the
Florida Jewish community
participation in Yeshiva
University's Century Campaign.
$100 million drive to ensure
continued strengthening of the
university and its unique dual
program of academic and Judaic
studies. The Century Campaign,
a six-year national effort,
commemorates Yeshiva
University's Centennial in 1986.
Yeshiva University, in New
York City, is America's oldest
and largest university under
Jewish auspices, now in its 94th
Steven Robinson year.
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Danan to Speak Here
Moshe Dayan. statesman,
military hero and outspoken
Israeli leader, will make a special
public speaking appearance at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel's
Grand Ballroom in Miami Beach
on Sunday. April 6, at 7:30 p.m.
The event is being presented
by the Tiger Bay Club of Miami.
This appearance provides a
rare opportunity for the public to
share an open forum with General
Dayan on the most recent
developments in the Middle Fast
and the world, according to club
spokesmen.
(ieneral Dayan resigned his
position as Israels Foreign
Minister last November in basic
disagreement over Israeli policy
on the occupied West Bunk and
Gaza Strip.
Moth* Dayan
Tickets are available at all
Bass ticket outlets. Special group
discounts are available through
Rachell Paston.
' "eJewislh Flor idian
mil
Residents of Seacoast Towers West gathered recently for their
annual meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Seacoast Towers West CJA-IEF co-chairmen
Ruth Xatelson (second from left) and Meyer Myers 'right)
presented an award to Mrs. Mollie Lantz (second from right) for
her outstanding service to the Jewish community Guest
speaker was Rabbi Solomon Schiff (left), director of OMJF's
Community Chaplaincy Service and executive vice president of
the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Big Gifts
Division, "G" Category, recently held a successful Phon-A-
Thon on behalf of the Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Participating in the
event were (from left) Larry Weinkler, Jerry Lelchuck, William
Sanes and Phil Greenbaum.
Miami Beach Donors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Women's Division recently gathered to hear Amnon Golan
(second from right), director-general of Tel Aviv University,
who was the guest speaker at a luncheon on behalf of Fed-
eration's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Leadership at the event included Irma Braman
(left), Miami Beach campaign chairman; Mikki Futernick
(second from left). Women's Division campaign chairman; and
Alice Vinik (right), Miami Beach Donor chairman.
Miami. Fk.rida Friday. March28. 1980
SFCT10N B
Tower 41 residents recently held a brunch to benefit the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
(center) was guest speaker for the event, which was chaired by
,4ron Schaffer (right), campaign chairman for the high-rise. Dr.
Ronald Stone (left) was the honoree.


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Freeman to Receive
NJH/NAC Award
Lest#r Freeman, executive vice
president of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce, will be
honored March 27 for his
distinguished community service
at a benefit dinner for the
National Jewish Hospi-
tal National Asthma Center
(NJH NACI.
Freeman will receive' the
NJH NAC 1980 National
Humanitarian Award, which is
presented annually in Miami and
other cities to honor individuals
who have demonstrated great
humanitarian concern and
outstanding community service.
Proceeds from the benefit
dinner, to be held at the Dupont
I'la/a Hotel, will help fund
NJH NAC's patient care,
research and educational
programs. The Denver-based
medical center is the nation's
largest medical institution for
studying and treating chronic
respiratory diseases and immune
system disorders.
Since its founding in 1899. the
nonprofit and nonsectarian
medical center has provided more
than 48.000 days of care for
residents of Miami and more than
100,700 days of care for Florida
residents, without regard to race,
faith or financial circumstances.
Among the numerous local and
state organizations with which
Freeman is associated are the
Vocational and Adult
Educational General Advisory
Committee for the Dade County
Public Schools, the United Fund
of Dade County, the Orange Bowl
Committee, the Dade County
Youth Fair Association, the
Florida Chamber of Commerce's
/.. ster Freeman
board of directors, the South
Florida Coordination Council, the
Boy Scouts of America South
Florida Council, the State of
Florida Advisory Council on
Tourism and the Dade-Monroe
Manpower Planning Council
Serving as chairmen for this
year's Miami dinner for
NJH NAC are Dade County
Mayor Stephen P. Clark and Earl
W. Powell, managing partner of
Peat. Marwick. Mitchell and Co.
More information or dinner
reservations are available by
calling Powell's office.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Morton Malavsky of
Temple Beth Shalom,
Hollywood, will appear on the
"Jewish Worship Hour"' on
Sunday, March 30. at 8 a.m. on
Channel 10.
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Rabbinical Group Mourns Rabbi Rubel
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The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has issued a
statement expressing its deep
sorrow at the death of Rabbi
Charles If. Rubel of Temple Beth
Tov of Miami.
The statement was issued in
the name of the Association by
its President. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz of Temple Menorah
and its Vice President, Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. director of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Chaplaincy.
The statement pays tributo to
Rabbi Rubel. who has long
served the Jewish community in
various cities throughout the
country. He was a man who loved
people' and was dedicated to
helping all causes which
strengthened the Jewish com-
munity here, in l>raHanrf
the world. Through ^I
song, he was a source *
uplifting power to the
whom he touched and i
The Association
sympathy to his wife i,n
his family. '"'
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will memorialize Kabbi rJLI
the mar future
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At
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some consider
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portant
on Monday
31, Jews the
usher in what
the most im-
of the Jewish
vear
Passover.
The following to a schedule of
...nue.-in Miami:
TKM1M.FBETH AM
Tempi.' Beth Am' South
Miami will uahei in the Passover
Midav *\ih a minyan servn-r on
Konda) al 6 pm in the sane-
" Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
[M conduct the service wh ch
produces the holiday, and then
mmben *." a'ij"""1 Ul,the'r
private homea for their family
Seders
0 Tuesday, April 1. at 10
am the ongregation will hold
Is major Passover service. Rabbi
I Stuart Weinblatt will speak.
The tempi.' will hold its annual
congregational Seder on Tuesday
evening at ,; pm Al1 the rabbis
will lhare the reading of the
Magadan with members of the
congregation also participating.
Dr Jonathan Maumgard will lead
the singing with his guitar.
Admissmn is by reservation.
beth kodesh
congregation
Passover will be ushered in at
Beth Kodesh Synagogue.
Monday. March 31. at 6 p.m.
Senic.-s (or the first two days.
, Tuesdav and Wednesday April 1
and 2 will be at 8:46 a.m. with
Rabin Max Shapiro and Cantor
Leon Segal officiating.
The theme for discussion will
be: "Let Freedom Ring!"
Yiskor or Memorial Services
Kill lake place the last day of
Passover. Tuesday April 8, at 10
am The rabbi wdl discuss: "We
Immortalize Our Beloved Ones!"
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Sholom of
Miami will conduct its
annual congregational Seder on
Monde; March 31, at 6:30 p.m.
at the temple auditorium. Miami
Beach, according to an an-
nouncement by Milton M.
Ciaynor. H.th Sholom president.
1 he Seder ill be preceded by a
Passover service at 6 p.m.
The Seder is open not only to
the m. mbership of Beth Sholom.
but to the strangers in our
midst in the true spirit of the
holiday, said (iaynor.
Rabbi l,eon Kronish and
Cantor David Conviser will
conduct the traditional
ceremony, assisted by the Beth
Sholom Choir
Reservations may be made by
calling the temple office.
TEMPLE SINAI
I he s.hedule of Passover
services jfl as f()|iows: Monday.
March n.ti p.m., a brief evening
| sen ice prmr to the Seder.
I inTui',Slia>' morninK- AP1 1.
liu.JO a.m.. morning prayers and
| lorah sen ice.
Fancy Frehling
wiping bring the
team within reach for
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"migrant whose university
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TEMPLE BETH MOM IE
At Temple Beth Moshe. two
traditional Seder services will be
held in the temple ballroom on
Monday evening. March 31, and
Tuesday evening. April 1.
Rabbi Louis M. Lederman and
Cantor Moshe Eriedler will
conduct the worship service in
the temple sanctuary on Tuesday
and Wednesday mornings. April
1 and 2 at 9 a.m.
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
The Beth David Congregation
will provide the following
schedule of Passover services:
The first service is on Monday at
6 p.m in the Chapel on Coral
Way
On the first day of Pesach.
members of the B'Not Torah
Class will read the Torah and
former presidents of the
congregation will be given honors
and participate in the service.
This service will be held at 9 am
in the main sanctuary, also or.
Coral Way. and Dr Sol Landau,
senior rabbi, will deliver a sermon
on the topic "Freedom and the
Era of Post Future Shock."
Tuesday evening, at 6 p.m.,
there will be another service in
the Chapel on Coral Way. Also,
there will be a congregational
Seder in Spector Hall beginning
after the service in the chapel.
Wednesday morning, the
second day, young people from
the congregation will participate
in the reading of the Torah.
Rabbi Stanley Gerstein will
deliver a sermon on the topic: "A
Search for Past Redemption."
This service begins at 9a.m.
THE ISRAELITE
CENTER TEMPLE
Monday evening. March 31,
service at 6 p.m Tuesday. April
1, morning service. 8:45 a.m.
evening service. 6 p.m. Wed-
nesday. April 2, morning service.
8:46 a.m.. evening service, 6 p.m.
Thursday and Friday. April 3
and 4, daily services at 7:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Rabbi Solomon
\\'aldenberg wdl officiate.
TEMPLE ZION
The public is invited and
\ lsitors welcome to attend
scheduled Passover services at
Temple Zion. Dr. Norman N.
Shapiro, spiritual leader, has
selected subjects of current
interest.
The following is a schedule of
services:
First day. Tuesday April 1. 9
a.m.. Topic: "Is Freedom Free?"
Second day. Wednesday April
2. 9 a.m.. Topic: "The Turning
Point."
TEMPLE BET BREIRA
A special Passover service,
featuring the theme of Soviet
Jewry, highlights weekly services
of Temple Bet Breira. Friday
(March 28) at the Killian Pines
United Methodist Church. 10755,
SW 112 St. Services begin at 8:15
p.m.
Igor Gudz, refusenik and
former Soviet activist, will attend
the special Seder services.
Rabbi Serotta to Speak
Rabbi Gerald Serotta.
associate director of the Hillel
Foundation at Rutgers
University in New Brunswick.
N.J., will discuss "The Future ol
American Judaism from the
Perspective of the Campus" in
this season's final Greenfield
1-ecture at Temple Israel on
Sunday. March 30, at 10 a.m.
Ordained at the Hebrew Union
College. Rabbi Serotta holds an
undergraduate degree from
Harvard University as well as a
master's degree in pastoral
counseling from the New York
Jewish Theological Seminary.
The first vice president of the
National Association of Hillel
Directors, he has also been a
Hillel director at City College of
New York. Adelphi University
and Vassar College.
The son of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Serotta was Bar Mit-
zvah. confirmed and graduated
from the Temple Israel High
School as well as Miami Beach
High School. His maternal
grandparents served as
presidents of both the Sisterhood
and the Congregation of Temple
Israel.
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Hebrew Friends Honor Beverly Sassoon
Beverly Sassoon. wife of Yidal
Sassoon. known for her in-
volvement in the cosmetic
company they represent, will be
in Miami Beach on Thursday.
April 10. to receive the
leadership Medallion Award
from the American Friends of the
Hebrew University
\t the Woman of the Year
Award Luncheon of the Greater
Miami Women's Division, of the
Friends of the Hebrew
University, at the Fden Roc
Hotel on April 10, the organi-
zation will recognize Beverly
SaaMOB, for her outstanding
advice on health and beauty
\N ith her husband, she wrote a
best-selling book entitled. A Year
>/ Hi au ty and Health.
Local Woman of the Year
being honored at the luncheon is
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Sonia S. Zuckerman. in
acknowledgement of her many
contributions to her communit>
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Remember, any improvement you
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in cultural, educational and
philanthropic endeavors Sonia
Zuckerman and her husband.
Harrv. are grand benefactors in
the juvenile diabetic
organization
Chanman for the first annual
Spring Luncheon, Marc> I.efton
l- a personal friend of Mrs
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Mrs I.etton announced. The
American Fi re honored to
sent personal!) inscribed
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Proceeds ol this luncheon go to
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Jerusalem to be known a- The
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.- open 10 the public, i- Ix'ing
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Chug Aliya Meets
South Florida Chug Aliya will
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Federation.
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In Loving Remembrance of Our Parent Found*n
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Tumaroff Appointed to New Post
Edward Tumaroff. regional
Sector "I th'' Bnai lJritn
foundation of the United States,
L,s taken <> additional duties as
Erector ol legacy development in
florida for the Bnai B'rith
Foundation, it was announced by
Malcolm 11 Fromberg, national
Chairman "f Bnai H'rith s
tegan rjevetopmam program.
This appointment. said
fcromberg. rnarks the added
Lcognition of the need for long
lang, development in Bnai
lit 'nth support of its Youth
Cervices theB'nai B nth Hillel
Foundation and the Bnai B'rith
lYoiith Organization Bnai
In nth- Legacy Development
hrogram deali with an entire area
lot deferred giving, embracing
KequesU, Charitable Remainder
Knnuit) Trusts, insurance
policies anil other channels
Available
Mr rumaroffa experience
land expertise make him uniquely
|uualifii i" develop literature
land programs for the future
, i,,r Bnai B'rith'a youth
lerving agencies." said From-
berg
Th. H nai B nth Foundation of
ihr United States, which
maintains offices in both Miami
and Fort Lauderdsle, works with
the louncils ol B'nai B'rith
I the State Association
oi it nai B'rith. m organising
education an.I fund-raising
r thi "t outh Ssn iess
\ .!v.- raised <>" behalf <>f
Youth Semces are used t>>
Hillel Foundation
ampuses ami ihr
it Mih vouth groups
;.1 ihM) in 1.100
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In .. Fund Raising
I for th( i loridfl region
- .in ...linnet ot
H nai H nth National Fund-
t abinet .i- .i part of
Five fund-raising
im li fund ion ha-- been t o
nale. implement and en-
H nai H nth s luinl raising
/..//( aril Tumaroff
policy and efforts in Florida.
This Cabinet, formed under the
leadership of Fromberg. and later
under the leadership of Bert
Brown, current president of
District Five, and presently
under the chairmanship of
Samuel Sherwood, has been
Annual Meeting
The Mount Sinai Medical
tenter Auxiliary will hold its
annual meeting and election of
officers on Friday. March 2K. in
Wolf son Auditorium 'The
meeting will begin at lo 30a.m.,
preceded by coffee in t he cafeteria
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Dr .l,i> Sanders, director of
Medical affairs, will speak on
"Telemedicine
Further information is
available by calling the auxiliary
office
instrumental in promoting the
unprecedented growth ol par
ticipation In B'nai B'rith's
program, said Fromberg.
Tumaroff s duties will include
the updating of B'nai B'rith's
literature for Legacy Develop-
ment and the preparation of a
program which will include a
greater involvement of B'nai
B'rith in planning for the future.
Tumaroff is a veteran in
Jewish affairs having served as
president of the Labor Zionist
Organization in New F'.ngland. a
director of the Israel llistadrut
Campaign and active in Bnai
B'rith activities for the past eight
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Seder Planned at Village South
South has
Miles I'. Bunder, director of
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ot the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, will conduct a model
Seder for the Village Souih
Rehabilitation (enter, on
Thursday evening. April :). The HagKudahs.
Village South is a drug and an Thls "n/ "' lh<' ma,n>..s'r
alcohol rehabilitation center. vkes *'* by the ( A.IF. to
serve the community
(lie Village
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Passover foods, and Munder will
bring along the social symbols
ol Passover including the Seder
Plate, the Cup of Kliyahu and
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Friday. March Js
Plugged Nickle Favored in Florida Derby
Plugged Nickle, the nation's
leading candidate for Triple
Crown honors this season, will be
favored in Saturday s $175,000
guaranteed Florida Derby at
liulfstream Park.
The mile-a rid-a -furlong three
year old classic will be the
centerpiece of a festive day
dates will open at 10 a.m., and
the day-long entertainment
program will begin at 10:30.
Post tune tor the annual exotic
animal race, featuring Wild Scot
lish Highland Bulls, will be 12:16
p in
Plugged Nickle, described by
his trainer T. J Kelly, as
elegant." and the Kentucky
Derbj choiceol Mud Delp, trainer
"i Spectacular Bid, proved his
ability over a distance of ground
last vear. The rovallv bred son of
Key To The Mint from Toll
Month, captured the Laurel
Futurity (at 1 1 MS milesl by
nearly two lengths and the Kern-
sen Stakes (at l' milesl by
nearly five lengths. Plugged
Nickle won his only start of the
season at Gulfstream. a seven-
length tally in the Hutcheson
St akes.
The Florida Derby was won
last year by Spectacular Bid.
Also on Saturday's program
are Florida State Universitv
Flying High Circus, competing
with the rare animals, especially
assembled for a novelty race.
The maneuvers of the Plan-
tation High School band will add
color to the events during the
morning.
A water show by the Greater
Miami Ski Club, including in-
tricate formations on the infield
lake, a daredevil flying a kite
towed aloft by a motor boat.
models displaying the latest
tashions and the music of Mai
Malkinand his Orchestra all form
part of the da} acth itiaa
French Pianist at Beth Sholom
French pianist Michel Beroff. "','t.!,0Yfn s *'* Bagat.
will appear in a concert presented
by Temple Meth Sholom's Great
Performance Series. Saturday.
March L'!. at 8 80 p.m. in the
main saiictuarv Miami Meach.
Opening the evening with
Schubert s Four |m,,r, *,lh
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ternnssion. flerofl
S()nil,a for Pi.no
movements from Peti
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Hebrew Loan Association
Re-elects Nevel
Joseph A Nevel was re-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Free Moan Association at
it- .lection meeting Feb 28 on
Miami Meach.
Vlso elected were Treasurer
Joseph Curtis. Recording
Secretary Zelds Kun-t. Financial
Secretary Clara Eckhaus, Nice
President Sue Merkow it/.
Yolande Bernstein and Rabbi
Phineas A. Weberman of Ohes.
Shalom Congregation
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association makes
interest free loans of up to 1500,
without carrying charges of any
kind, to local residents In ad-
dition, t hi- past year a number oi
k>ans have been made to Russian
emigres, to enable them to
acquire the tools of their trades
and establish themselves in their
new environment.
The Association work- closely
with Jewish Federation and the
various synagogues in the
community to extend their
-ri\ ices to people in time ol need
Temple Menorah
Has Art Auction
Temple Menorah was to hold
an art auction on Thursdaj
evening, March 27 \ wine and
cheese preview was to begin at
7:30 p.m.. followed by the
auction at 8:30 p m
Manila Srebnick and Hilda
Peljovich were chairmen
The auction was to be con
ducted by Art America and held
in the ballroom of Temple
Menorah. Miami Meach
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to the same old things.
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JewM fhrHinr
ARMDIAppoints Schwartz Director
Fmanuel Teller, chairman of program director of the Mem-
the'board of the American Red phis, (Term.) Jewish Community
David for Israel (AR- Center, where he also acted as
Ml)ll. announced the ap- staff supervisor
point merit of Robert L.Schwartz Schwartz will be responsible
s director of the Southeast for lhe development of new
strict of ARMDI. consisting of ARMDI Chapters, the servicing
h, states of Florida. Georgia, ---------------------
Manama. Tennessee. Mississippi -
and North and South Carolina.
the
of the existing ARMDI chapters
in the Southeast District, public
relations, programming and fund
raising. He is a resident of
Pembroke Pines, and is married
to the former Sally Cohen of
Savannah, (la. The Schwartzes
have two children.
Dr. Kronish to Speak at U of M
Dr. Ronald Kronish will Judaic Studies Lecture Series,
discuss "The Problem of Jewish
Identity in the State of Israel" on A lecturer at the Center for
Thursday. April 3, at 8 p.m. in Jewish Education in the
Brockway Lecture Hall of the Diaspora at the Hebrew
Otto G. Richter Library at the University in Jerusalem. Dr.
University of Miami. Kronish received his Ph.D. from
The free public lecture is Harvard and was ordained as a
sponsored by the University's rabbi ii 1973._________--------------
[he district office will be
Id at 16499 NE 19th Ave..
03, North Miami Beach.
local
Suitt
Schwartz, a native of New
Orleans. La., holds a BA dip)
from the University of New
Orleans and a master s degree in
social work from the University
,,( Pittsburgh.
\ social work officer in the
, g Vrm3 Medical Corps from
170, Schwartz has since
KeCUtiva director of
ih, 1. wiston Auburn. Maine
Community Center and
le .. Federation; branch
directoi i fthe Hollywood Jawiah
(enter: program
r of the El Paso. (Texas)
Community Center, and
Children Prepare
Holocaust Mural
.,[children from Jewish
religious and day schools
throughout Dade County a"* now
busily preparing a sen.- ol
- depicting their image of
(' Holocaust
The exhibition nt the mural is
but one element ol community
widi remembrance of that dark
in Jewish history, a
. rnbrani e hich will
culminate on Sunda) evening.
\pril 11. at Holocaust Day I960
observances al the Miami Beach
Lei ol the Performing Arts
.il 7 t(i p m
Herbert Gruber
is helping bring the
dream within reach for
1600 elderly In Dade County
who receive a hot Kosher meal
every day.
Ilir dream is within
r< ai h ii we reai h out ^ ^
together to help. ^^
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and the Young
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Marvin H. Gillman, a 42-year-
old resident of Dade County, will
seek an open seat for Dade
County Court Judge.
An attorney for 19 years.
Gillman was chairman of the
Committee for Arbitration of Fee
Disputes of the Florida Bar and
is a member of the Dade County
Bar and the American 'final
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Tzav
TZAV This sidra continues to describe the laws of sacrifice
for the individual, for the congregation, and for the priests. The
previous sidra. Vayikra. spoke to the Children of Israel and
concerned the whole people. This sidra was meant to be a ritual
guide book for the priests.
All the Israelites were assembled before the Tabernacle,
when Moses made it holy and anointed Aaron as High Priest.
This is how Moses made Aaron the High Priest. He washed
Aaron and his sons, put the tunic on Aaron, tied the sash around
his waist, dressed him in the robe and breastplate in which he
had placed the holy Urim and Tummim. Then he set the golden
crown upon his head. Next, Moses sprinkled some of the
anointing oil upon the head of Aaron.
Then he said to Aaron and his sons: "For seven days you
must not leave the Tabernacle. In this time, you will make
yourself holy for service to God"
On the eighth day. Moses summoned Aaron and his sons
and said: "Offer a sacrifice upon the Altar before God." Aaron
did so. Then Moses and Aaron blessed the Children of Israel.
I Leviticus 6:18:36)
(The recoonfin9 of the Weekly Portion the Im****** "Jo||m*d
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Hentage \*M&*-jH!gB*
Tsamir. $1$. published by Shengold The volume is available at 75 moen
Lane! New York. NY 1003* Joseph Schlan9 >s pres.dent of the soc.et>
distributing the volume.)
Marvin Gillman
lawyers Association.
Gillman was president of Phi
Mpha Delta legal fraternity s
University of Miami chapter and
is an alumnus of the University
of Miami School of Law.
ana rair ih =m-j
all people without regard to race,
creed?individual personalities or
level of income." GUlmansta^i.
At the same tune. I haye a
high stake in ensuring that laws
are upheld to make our com-
SunitV fe." said the father of
four children who have been
brought up in Dade County. He
added that part of a judges
responsibility includes this
commitment to Dade s people.
In addition to his professional
affiliations. Gillman is a member
of the Masons Hibiscus Lodge,
the Scottish Rite, the Mahi
Shrine and Pi Lamba Phi
fraternity. He has been a
manager and coach in the
Howard-Palmetto Khoury
League since 1968. and is past
president of the West Laboratory
School Parents Council.
A member of Temple Judea.
Gillman serve* on two com-
mittees of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation: The Religion.
Culture and Croup Services
Committee
Leadership
mittee.
He is a former member of the
Miami Junior Chamber of
Commerce, the South Miami
Junior Chamber of Commerce,
tho South Miami Exchange Club.
the Young Democrats and a
former member of the board of
directors of the Miami Young
Men's Hebrew Association.
Gillman attained his J.I),
degree from the University of
Miami School of Law and his
Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration degree at the University
of Miami. He also did un-
dergraduate study at the
University of Florida from 1963
to 1957 and is a gradual, of
Miami Senior High School
Gillman is married to Barbara
Seitlin. They reside in South
Dade with their four children
Edward, a freshman at Ithaca
College; Henry, a junior at
Miami Palmetto High: Carolyn,
a ninth grader at Miami Pa
Junior High and Andrew
grader at Pinecrest Elemental-)
TEMPLE AOATHYESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m.
B'nai Raphael Nursery School
Snabbos Saturday Morning Ser-
vice 8:30 a.m. Bar Mltzvah Mark
Mancino. Temple Sedorim March
31 and April 1 6 p.m. tor Services.
TEMPLE BETh AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Or. Baumgard
S. Miami 667 5587 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chelitz. Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Mitchell Chefltz
will apeak on
"The Draft
Coming In From the Cold"
Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Torah Service Saturday.
11:15a.m.
Synagogue
Listings
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BETH TORAH 947-7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A. Lipschltz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Fn Bat Mltzvah Dayna Hope Roth
enberg. Sat. Bar Mltzvah Adam
Foldman and David Sprung._______
BETH DAVID Miami* Hlatorlc
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R. Gerstein, Ass't Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipaon
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Phone: 854-3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 6 p.m
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Late Friday service 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger will preach
Saturday service at 9 a.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will preach
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 667-5657
Michael B. Eisenstat, Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 858-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally Minyon for Yahrzeiten
Dally 7:45 a.m. t 5:30 p.m.
Late Fri. Eve. Service 8:15 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingaley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services -
10.30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chasa Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538-7231
Cantor David Conviaer Liberal
In honor of Dr. Kronlah'a anniver-
sary, Ms son will apeak Fri. at 8:15
p.m Saturday services at 1045 a.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E Fugier Si M.am Fla 33131 3'9 4S53
Rti Lewis L Bogage D-reetcw Union M
American Hebrew Congregation
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Boach 33141
Rabbi Mayor Abramowitz
Cantor Nico Feidman
Friday services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 271-2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
Avron Smolensky. Musical Director
Janet Stone, Early Childhood Dir.
Dorothy H. Grant, Exec. Director
Thurs., Mar. 27, 7 a.m. Mlnyan -
TeMer Chapel. Fri., Mar. 28, 8:15
p.m. Adult Forum Sabbath. Dr.
Shapiro will officiate. Quest
Speaker Janet Reno
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE I61rd SI N Miami Beacn Fia 33162
947 6094 Raw). David B Sandman e.ecut.e
director
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Houses of Worship
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by Isabel Grove
Why America Should Not
Participate in the 1980 Olym-
)ics." a sermon delivered by
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingaley al
Temple Sinai of North Dad*
recently, has beej entered int<
^hr Congressional Record b>
Congressman William Lehman.
Rabbi Kingsley. who is also
president of the South Florida
Region of the American Jewish
Congress, gave an address on "A
,|,.wi~ii Agenda for the 80s"
before the Young Leadership
Division of the Tampa Jewish
federation earlier this year.
Val)l<> Kingsley, who serves on
jfji,. national Rabbinic Cabinet of
th. I mted Jewish Appeal, is
iirman of its Florida region
Ami further recognition for
Kablu Kingsley and Temple
Sinai, < thank you letter from
Hugh Downs, chairman of the
board ol INK'F.F. expressing
gratitude to the Temple for its
donation for the children of
t'amlx>dia."
A stimulating and informative
evening was offered to the
community by the South Dade
Chapter of the Brandeis
University's National Women's
Committee Three South Dade
Special Fvents co-chairmen.
Janice Schwartz. Shelly Wolf-
berg, and Bobbi Blacher.
^uduced a program entitled
"Him in Solve a Murder." The
e\ent was held at the lovely home
if F.die and Firth Spiegel. The
program featured two leaders in
forensic criminality, Dr. Joe
Davie. a full professor at the
University of Miami who is
president elect of the American
Academy of Forensic Medicine.
and l)r Richard Souviron, one of
frb/ee forensic dentists nationally.
d thf forensic dentist for Dade
Count v
Three Florida students. Barry
H hat/ and Ann I). Rosner.
both of Miami Beach, and Janet
Grwnhut of North Miami Beach,
undergraduates at Yeshiva
University's Yeshiva College and
iStern College for Women, were
named to the Dean's List for
I academic excellence during the
1978-79 academic year."
Miss Debbie Ossip. daughter
I Mr and Mrs Al Ossip. was
Warned top student of the year in
psychology at the University of
|Pittsbunh.
Another Dean's List honoree.
Jniel B Shapiro 83. of Coral
jbles, who is attending
bwdoin College in Brunswick,
laine, for "scholastic achieve
*nts during the first semester
ft the 1979-80 academic year.
More on our bright young
ple Diana Fine, daughter of
*r. and Mrs. Ronald Fine, and
anddaughter of Dr. Jack and
ommiwioner Mildred Falk. has
|j passed all four parts of the
ja Board Number one ac-
punting graduate of the
Twversity 0f Florida, now
Forking n her MBA at the
Fmversity of Miami. Diana plans
f enroll at law school and
fentoally specialize in tax law.
Daniel Krop, son of Dr..
P*Ml and Lou Krop. has
pived the Outstanding Junior
r for scholarship and
F"* U> the University of
Pnoa from the Golden Key
lonorary Society. The Krops are
Vmi Beachites.
eminent men and women in
F community who are adding
["'" to many others already
feed Carol Greenberg.
12 a1 "f TemP'e Emanu-El.
F** the National Com-
munity Service Award from the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at its annual Con-
vocation Dinner; Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. temple vice president, and
E. Albert Fa Hot have been
elected vice chairmen of the
board of the Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute of Miami;
Gov. Robert Graham appointed
Norman M. (idler one of seven
members of the State Board of
Architecture. Giller has gone a
step further by being elected vice
chairman of the group. And
congratulations to Mrs. Wendy
(ibbs. who has been elected
president of the newest
organization in the community,
the Miami Beach Jaycees
Women.
Children Tomothy. Randy,
Melynie and Greg; Jackie and
Richard Lipman and children
Jeffrey and Andrea; Beverly Ann
Pearson and children Bill.
Charles and Elizabeth;Ruth and
Roderick Perry; John Roberts
Janyce and Alvin Robins and
children Rjon and Sloane; Sally
and Carlos Rojas and children
Carolina. Charles. Barbara and
Sally; Estelle and Edwin Sch-
wartz and children Elliot, Terry
and Bonnie; Deborah and Donald
St rock; Ruth and William Taaillo
and children William and
Christopher; Eileen and Leonard
Whitton and children Donna and
Stephanie; Marilyn and Louis
Ziegler and children Andy and
Amy.
Home from as trip to
Guatemala: Miami Beachites
Ethel and Paul Allen were ac-
companied on the tour by John
and Barbara Rudd with whom
they have shared many happy
journeys. Their flight took them
to Guatemala City, but travel
within the country was taken on
mini-buses. There were overnight
stops in Antigua. Chichicastan-
ango and the magnificent Del
I*ago Hotel on Lake Atitlan. The
roads took them up through
mountains on steep narrow roads
occasionally passing by a still
smoking volcano. Antigua is
much the same as it must have
been when the Spanish Conquis-
tadors were there with cobble
stone roads which the city
maintains.
"A new event has been added
to the cultural scene in Miami
Beach." according to Eugenie
Schein of the Artists Equity
Association, to be called
"Sunday Art in the Park." The
exhibits will include original
paintings, sculpture, graphics
and crafts directed by the Florida
Chapter of AEA in cooperation
with the Cultural Affairs Depart-
ment of Miami. The exhibitions,
sales and demonstrations will be
held from 10 to 4 p.m. on Sun-
days in the pavilion at 85th
Street and Collins Avenue.
"Art" was the subject of the
guest speakers who lectured
before the Miami Beach Art
Forum on two Saturdays in
March. John Dubbins. art
authority, delivered his address
at the Miami Beach Public
Library. "Marc Chagall. Poet-
Painter" was the topic of Guta
Ferdman's talk.
Auxiliary of St. Francis
Hospital held its annual
"Flowers in Springtime" lun-
cheon on Mar. 4 in the Starlight
Room of the Doral Hotel. The
affair was held through the
generosity of Mrs. Louis Badami.
It was "The Biggest Show Biz
Event of the Year." say members
of the Footlighters Foundation,
whose annual Parade of Stars
was held earlier this month at the
Miami Beach Theatre of the
Performing Arts.
With summer looming on the
horizon, with youngsters free of
school for several months, and
college students and guests
anxious to brush up on summer
activities, local parents are
preparing for the onslaught by
joining the Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club where all the pre-
requisites for fun in the sun' are
present
New members are Marjorie and
Harvey Brown and children
Martha. Tim. Thomas and Carol;
Jacqueline and Carroll Davis and
children Timothy. Randy.
Donna and Arthur Enos and
Bea Abelson, who spends half
the year in Montreal, and the
balance of the year in Florida, is
now here on the southern leg of
her perambulations. Always has
a ready-to-made circle of friends
awaiting her visits and spends
the balance of her time in china
painting classes and the gift shop
and information desk at Mount
Sinai Medical Center where she
has been an Auxiliary volunteer
for many years.
Nachman Arluck
Culture Circle
The Nachman Arluck Culture
Circle announces that the
eleventh meeting of the season
will take place on Friday. March
28, at 7 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, 1200 Lincoln
Road and the Mall.
Samuel Fogelgarn of Montreal
will deliver a lecture on I.L.
Peretz. Jewish novelist, on the
occasion of his 65th memorial.
"Yorzeit."
Regina Balin and Golde
Harkan will present a recital of
Hebrew and Yiddish songs.
Bluma Fogelgarn will recite
Peretz'spoem "Monish."
Morris Becker will chair the
meeting. Guests are welcome.
Hillel Center Plans
Model Seder
The Hillel Center, serving the
campuses of Miami Dade
Community College-North. Barry
and Biscayne Colleges, will
feature a model Seder, singing
and dancing at a Passover
program.
There will be special guests
from the faculty of Barry and
Florida Memorial Colleges. The
topic of discussion willl be on
Passover and how it affects the
Black culture and Christian
liturgy.
The program will be held on
Sunday. March 30. at 7:30 p.m.
at Barry College in the Faculty
Room Lounge. LaVoire Hall.
This program is open to the
public.
Phil Warren
la helping bring the
dream within reach for an
emotionally disturbed 10-year-
old who is receiving a special
Jewish education despite her
learning disability.
The dream Is within **
reach. If we reach out -| together to help. i*^
Greater Miami Jewish Federal.,in
19H0 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
4200 Bis. ..viu- Blvd./Miami 33131
Admiring the Maimonides Award, presented to Samuel .V.
Friedland, chairman of the board and past president of Temple
Emanu-El and founder of the Lehrman Day School, are. from
left. Dr. Irving Lehrman; Friedland; and Carol Greenberg. past
Ball chairman and current president of the temple. Some 400
persons attended the school Scholarship Ball.
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Congratulations are extended by former Ball chairmen Larry
and Marcia Schantt. left, to 1980 Scholarship Ball chairmen
Mary Rose and Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan. Schantz also is
chairman of the board of education of the Lehrman Day School.
A total of 302 scholarships was subscribed.
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Passover Greetings
Urgent Appeal by
Leading Rabbis of
Eretz Israel
on behalf of
The Central Aid Fund
"Notzar Chessed" of Jerusalem
Among the activitiee of this organization:
(1) Free distribution of food to poor and needy families
daily and especially for Shabbos and Yom-tov.
(2) Free distribution of Passover food to over 1.000 needy
families.
(3) Free loan of tables and chairs to poor families for sim-
chas.
(4} Sale of household goods at specially reduced prices to
low income families.
We appeal urgently to our brethren to enable "NOTZAR
CHESSED" to continue and expand their vital work in
hiding poor families. We especially appeal at this time for
donations to provide Passover food for over 1,000
families.
May the Almighty bless all donors with health, long life
2nd success in all matters.
Rabbi Yecheskel Shraga Halberstam
Rabbi Shalom Half w Eisen
Rabbi Moahe Halberstam
$50 will provide support for one family for one month.
$100 will provide Passover food for one family.
$1,000 can establish a fund in name of donor for crockery, tables and
chairs to be loaned to poor families for their sum-has
Send donations direct to:
"NOTZAR CHESSED"
P.O.B. 5619 Batei Ungarian 201
Jerusalem, Israel______________


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Friday. March 28, 1980
B'nai
Mitzvah
DAYNA ROTHENBERG
Dayna Hope Rothenberg.
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rothenberg. will observe her Bat
Mitzvah at the Beth Torah Con-
gregation, this coming Friday
evening. March 28. at 8 p.m.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
conduct the services and induct
Dayna into her responsibilities
and privileges, as a member of the
adult Jewish community Dr.
Lipschitz will present Dayna
with a Bible on behalf of the
Mollx- Kahane Sisterhood and
Men's Club of Beth Torah
Dayna. a student of the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religious
School is now a student in the
Hay class.
In Dayna s honor, her parents
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following the service As part of
her ceremony, she will conduct a
portion of the Friday evening
service
The guests will include her
great-grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Isaacs of New York,
and her grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hamm of New York.
Dayna is a sixth grade student
at Greynolds Park Elementary
School. She is a swimming and
tennis enthusiast In addition,
electronics is one of her favorite
hobbies
ADAM FELDMAN
Adam David Feldman. son of
Marcia Feldman and Myron
Feldman. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at the Beth Torah Con-
gregation, this coming Shabbat
morning. March 29 at 0 a.m. with
Dr. Max A Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation,
conducting the service.
Rabbi Lipschitz will charge
Adam with entrance into the
adult Jewish community and will
Eresent him with a Bible on
half of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood of the Congregation
and Men s Club of Beth Torah
Adam is now a student in the
Hay class of the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School.
In Adam s honor, his parents
will sponsor the Kiddush
following the services.
In addition to chanting the
Haftorah. Adam will also con-
duct a portion of the Shabbat
services
J
Diamond Shottr
Country Club.
Adam is a seventh grade
student at Highland Oaks Junior
High School and a basketball and
football fan
LISA DIAMOND
Lisa Karen Diamond, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Robert Diamond,
will be called to the Torah as Bat
Mitzvah Saturday, March 29. at
10:30 a.m. at Temple Emanu-LT.
Dr Irving Lehrman will officiate.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student in the Lehrman
Day School. She is recording sec-
retary of Kadima Lisa is on the
Derech Fretz list, she won the
president' award for physical
fitness and has been a member of
Junior Chosen Children for five
years She loves drama and
singing
Mr and Mrs. Diamond will
host the Kiddush folllowing the
services in honor of the occasion
and a reception Saturday at
Arlen House.
WENDYE SHOTER
**.
The guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Greenrack and Helen
Feldman of New Jersey, his sister
Laren and his brother Eric. A
reception in Adam's honor will be
held at the Turnberry Isle
v%endye Joy Shoter. daughter
of Rabbi and Mrs. Bernard P.
Shoter, will become Bat Mitzvah
during Sabbath Eve Services at
Temple in the Pines. Hollywood.
Wcndye Joy will lead the Kal>
balat Shabbat and Maarrt Ser-
vices on Friday. March 28, .it -
d m During the service, the Bat
Mitzvah will chant the Haftarah,
the Prophetic portion from the
B Sabbath known as Shabbat
Hagodol.
I h. Bat Mitzvah is a seventh
grade student at Pines Middle
School, Pembroke Pines. Wendye
plays the guitar and is interested
in boating, fishing and collecting
penguin figurines
Her parents will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat following the
Sabbath Eve Service for the
entire congregation honoring the
celebrant. The pulpit flowers will
be sponsored by Mr and Mrs.
John Moran of Sarasota in honor
of the occasion.
A reception in Wendye's honor
will be held at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Bernard P Shoter on
Saturday evening. Many guests
from Rabbi Shoter's former con-
gregations in Sarasota and
Daytona Beach will be in at-
tendance
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Harriet Green, left, national
i ice president of the American
Zionist Federation, turns a
check for $40,000 oier to
Frieda Leeman of Detroit.
national president of Pioneer
11 omen, as final paxment on
$131,000 raised to date in
1U79-H0 by the Pioneer
Council of South Florida for
Xa'amat projects i7l Israel.
Mrs. Green is president of the
LS'ouf/i Florida Council of the
\\\ omen's Labor Zionist
^Organization of America and
national building fund
chairman of Pioneer Women.
Seder Planned
For Veterans
On Sunday, March 30, at 5
p.m.. the Department of Florida
|. n ish w .ir Veterans of the
United States tad its Ladies
Auxiliary mil hold Seder for
Jewish patient- at the Miami
Veterans Administration Medical
( enter
Chaplain Rabbi Alan Blervis
will officiate, assisted bj
National Jewish War Veteran
Cantor Manny Mandel
In\ited guests are Department
Commander Alvin Rose and
Department President Mae
Schreiber Helping with the
preparations are Julius Stricoff,
VAVS for the Post, and Sophia
Lee. VAVS for the Ladies
Auxiliary, and her deputies Past
Department President F.velyn
LeVine and Kstelle Stein and
hospital chairman Edith Novins.
Invited hospital dignitaries
include Director Thomas
Dougherty and hi- assistant A
Montane, Dra. Rosenberg, and
Knopke and Chief of Voluntary
Services Reha Wilson; and Abe
Eisenman, Dade County com-
mander and his wife. Department
Senior Vice President Leah
l.isenman and Department
Chaplain Carol Gold.
Maurice Cohen
Is helping bring the
dream within reach for the
Mizrachi family, whose
low-income Tel Aviv
neighborhood now has the
medical clinic it lacked
for 32 years.
The dream is within ^^
reach. If we reach out ^ ^
together to help ytar
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
42O0 Biscayne Blvd /Miami 33137
exhibit including ....
Kurt/. Howard Mar-hall. Oscar Melende/. Helene Pfeffer. John
I rl.ane This show was curated bv Phil Katzen from New York.
TIN? opening preview reception will be on Friday. March 2H from
"I to Id p m at 3886 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami The gallery
hour- ar. Monday through Saturday from 10 until 3 p.m. This
exhibit will continue until April 22
Gov Bob (iraham has proclaimed March "Lions Eye Bank
Month in the state of Florida He encourages all Floridians to
acquaint themselves with this community service program and
urge- all citizens to consider the gift thev can bequeath toother
human beings by becoming a donor in this program
The- Florida Lions Eye Bank, a community service
program, is sponsored by the Lions of Florida. It is iocated at
and comas under the medical jurisdiction and supervision of the
University of Miami School of Medicine. D. -ment of
Ophthalmology
Dr. Gabriel R. Warburg, visiting prof. ,sor at the
University of Miami's Center for Advanced International
Studies, will discuss Islam and Politics in Egypt and the
Sudan on Thursday. March 27. at 7:30 p.m. in Brockway
Lecture Hall of the Otto G. Richter Library.
The free public lecture is sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta.
international history honor society.
Community Corner
Gov. Bob Graham has announced the appointment of
Donna Erlich of Miami Beach to the District 11 Nursing Home
Ombudsman Committee to the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Serices.
Erlich is a staff attorney for Legal Services of Greater
Miami. Inc.. a firm specializing in representing senior citizens in
the areas of health and income maintenance.
Gov. Bob Graham has announced the appointment of two
individuals to the District 11 Nursing Home Ombudsman
Committee.
They are Marilyn Blumberg of Miami, an instructor at
Miami Dade Community College: and Margaret Cadian of Fort
Laud, r.iale. an administrator for Ponce de I>eon Convalescent
Center in Miami
Two delegates from the Dade South Region have just
returned from a national board meeting of Women's American
ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training) which
was held in Secaucus. \ J They are Gloria Chekanow.
pretidanl of the Dade S>uth Region, and Mary Ellen Peyton.
national board delegate Both are residents of South Dade.
Over 500 women from around the country gathered to
evaluate OKI's progress during this centennial year
On Saturday. April 5, at B p m in the Miami Beach Con
vention Center, residents of the area are invited to a per
formanCS bj Norm Crosby
Croab) will I* performing a charity benefit to raise money
for the local Easter Seals Societ) Sponsoring the benefit will be
the j:i Century .'1 real estate offices of Dade County as part of
their annual national effort in behalf of Easter Seek*.
Appearing with Crosby, in addition to a 26-pieOS orchestra,
w ill be Chita Rivera
The board of directors of John Elliott Community Blood
Center announced that Peter A. Tomasulo. M.D.. has been
appointed medical director of the center Dr Tomasulo comes to
John Elliott with a background m hamatology and blood
banking His previous position was a- medical director of the
Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin (formerly the
Milwaukee Blood Centerl
l-eonard I.ehrer and Gar> Olson are both SI,000 richer after
gaining the top awards in Miami's Fourth International Print
Biennial. Lehrer's lithograph entitled, View of Puerto
Vallarta, took the cash prize presented i>v Southeast Banking
Corporation* Olson's color intaglio entul.il. 'Cows Near
Midnapore captured the .ash prize presented bv Bur.lin.-s for
technical excellent
% Secretary ol Transportation William Rex*, has recom-
mended Mate Senator \ ernon Hollowav. |D| 39th District, to
serve on the National Advisory Committee on Outdoor
Advertising and Motorist Information
I he Dr. Abraham Wolfson Forum was to meet March 20 at
H> am at the Washington Federal Bank. 1234 Washington
\\. Miami Beach, to hear Mr- Myrtle Matera speak on
Should We Have Regular Checkups?" On March 21. Dr Mark
Adam- will speakO0 Education for the Elderly ."
The benefactors of Miami Heart Institute will be honored st
a dinner Wedneeda) March 26. at Topof the Nick, according to
OsmerS. Deming. Institute president
Among those being welcomed into this society are Mrs.
Charles Coen. Mrs. George Coury. Emery II. Find lev. Mrs.
Robert Gould. Sidney II. Harris, the Knight Foundation. Mr.
and Mrs. Morrie A. Moss; the professional association of Drs.
Nirhol. Phillips. Elias. Sayfie and Worthington the law firm of
Smut hers & Thompson and Harry Rott.
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz. Temple Beth Am. delivered a
speech at the Facultv Student Luncheon at Miami Dade Com
munitv ( oll.ge The rabbis talk was entitled. 'Introduction to
Practical Mysticism The rabbi's visit was sponsored by the
J w i-h ( hautauu'ia Society.
If you witnessed someone having a heart attack, would you
know what to do? You can learn the life saving technique of
Caxdiopulmonary Resuscitation ICPRI The next certified
heart-sever" curs,- at Mount Sinai Medical Center will be
taught on March 25 from 7 to 10 p m in the hospitals Chernin
Vuditorium Since enrollment is limited, call the American
Heart Association of Greater Miami to register
illman Gallery presents Coast to Coast, a group
artist- |im Hamill. Elena Karma. Elaine


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Jotices
1|T COURT OF
|TH JUDICIAL
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pECOUNTY
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iddrtM u
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IDE COUNTY
Mo M 4144 FC
>ISSOLUTION
IRIAGE
IV1ER.
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p w.ci. w
i Mailing
kn,i* n
BY NOTI-
action for
ai Marrlags has
hi and you
el v .i copy of
enses, il any. to
[REV W PINES
i titinn.T. whose
I > 2*29 Bird
Fl mid file the
Ihe lerk ol the
.mill on or before
otherwise a
entered against
"i demanded In
fi petition
shall I,.- published
'k for four con
!- in THK JEW-
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Uld anil the
"'I .it Miami
I .'"day of M..i h
1 I' BRINKER
1 '.i, till Court
inly, Florida
seifrted
k i it) Clerk
|ii' Seali
i 'mt's
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I'l'lltiom i
Man n a
M" il l. II t IMO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4084 FC
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
. OFMARRIAGE
IN RE
Gl ILLERMO I \RHEI. \l /
Petitioner Husband
and
rKIZC MtllKI ,AEZ
Ri pondenl \\ 11.
n i Mi i Beatm C
v l.t,/
100 Grand \
pint.....i n |
I i I IRE HiREBY Nun
FIED thai i petition foi
I kisHolutlon ,t > oui M.,
been filed and i ummi
in tin- court .mil you are
iik|uiied lo iei \ < .i < op)
w i itten dcfenai
M Carmen Domlnguei Stone
Su-t, Inn .v lonsalei I' \
ey for I
address ii i i"i Weal f
Miami Floi
Tel IB 849 44
,,i iginal ith tin.....
,ibti> efon
Ma) otherwl
ntered .i.
foi Ihe rein '"t m
implalnl petition
This Hutu -iiail be published
,ni......t, h week for tour on
in The lewlsh
lian
w itnkss m> hand ai I
-. ai oi -aid ourl al Miami
Floi Ida on 'in.- II da) ol Mai i h
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ t 'lerk Circuit < 'ourt
I lade 'ounty. Florida
B) K Selfrled
\-1 leput) Clei k
i nt Court S< i
m i '.imien Domlngwu
Stone, Soatchln 4
i iousales, I' A
i im W Flaglei Street
Miami Florida saiaa
841 mi i
Allot lie) lor Petitioner
UMBS March 28,
April t.ii is laso
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 10 )328
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N RE The marriage ol
I MtOLDE FKITTS
Pclllloner
mil
4ARJORJE TYl.K FRITTS
Ke.suondcnt
11) MAIUOItlE PYI.K
KKITTS
isaQBrannan Road
Columbia.
S Carolina
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
isaillllllnn of Marriage has
been filed a|(.un.st you and that
mil are required to serve a
copy of your response or
pleading to the petition upon
I'elitioner's Attorney. Silver it
Silver. Suite 2*2* On* His
ayne Towel Miami. Kloiida
13131 and file an original
rvapultM of pleading in the
tiff It e oi the Clerk of the Or
toil Court on or about the 25
day of April. 1880 If you fail to
k, mi. a default judgment v. ill
be taken against you for the
ii'lii'l demanded in the petition
BATED at Miami. I>ade
County. Florida this is day of
March iwu
richardp BRINKER
Clerk of the
Cii CUll Court
By V Barkley
Deputy Clerk
SIL\ ERA SILVER
Attorneys for Petitioner
By Ira8 Silver
Suite gMB
One Biscayne Tower
Miami Florida 33131
:iti |M
PJJMM Man hl'S.
April*. 11. I- 19*0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80-4274 FC
PETITION FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE Petition oi
I.YNNE Al.TKK
TO KANDAL.l-CI.ARKK
MUMPER
Kt I Box -I '
MoreheadClly. N C
voi ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIEU lhal a Petition for
Change ol Name of Jessica
Keiiee Mumper has been filed
.uul lommenied in this court
and you are i .quired to serve a
lupy ol your written afiawar
and delenses. Il any. 0*1 Jerry
a Burns, Eaq altomay for
I'etitionei. whoae addreai Is 28
M Flaglai Stiei'l Miami
Florida 33130, and RM tha
oi iginai Kith the stork >' Un
above styled i ourl on "r before
Apni 20 n' otherwla*
del.mit v.iii be entered ai
you t"i the reiiei prayed toi In
-aid pel ition
Tin.- Hutu e aha i be published
....... e.l, tl week tin fOUl
. ulive weeks in The Jawlah
I'lol Hll.Ill
\s ITNESS m) hand and the
-, al oi -ud ourl al Miami.
Florida on ihla -'i da) "' M i
l WHO
Richard P Brtnkei
AsCleik. Cn, uit Court
Hade Count) Florida
B) Q s Carlle
\ Deputy C erk
III Court Seal i
Il III
vl I- lagli iti eel
Miami Floi
"-- Mai
_______\; ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
f-OR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 ?JB6
Division 03
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vMIll MONTH
IIIK FIH r PI It:
"I- nil- NOTICE III all
Ihe estate and
v objection b) an In
i-d pel n to whom notli
d that halli Ihi
lit) "i the *il! the quail
in ations oi the pei sonal rep
'-' I i run or Juris
in ol the ourl
M.I. CLAIMS \NH OBJ EC
IS NOT SO r II.EI) WILL
BE FORK\ ER n \i:i:ki>
I 'uiili, ati, in ol 'in- Nut it,- has
Man ii :- : H
al Repi lental ivei
I'M l.\ K BECKER
GEORGE R KTE\ ENS III
i ,, Paula K Becker
t: in \\.
Sun.-it Island No 2
Miami Beat h FL3313I
vttoi ne) foi Personal
i u presentative
sPARBKR 3HE\ IN ROSEN,
SIIAPO t. HEILBRONNER
r \
i iiie Southeast
Third A venue. No .iiiso
Miami Kl. 33131
relephonc 1305 i 35K 7980
""i March:1" April4 mi>
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 4284 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
CARMEN BENITEZ
WH Petitioner
JULIO BENITEZ
Husband Reapondenl
TO JULIO BENITEZ
Residence 1'nknuv.n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
l-IKI) that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
I,. ,n tiled .uul you are hereby
required to serve atopy of your
Vliswei to the Wife Pe
lilionei s Attorney DONALD
F. FROST ESt) H8Wath8t,
Miami, Florida 33134 and file
tin original with the office of
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court
,ioi before April 25th. IW>
RICHARDP BKINKEK
Cin uit Court Clerk
By G s Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
iim.vi March 2S.
April! 11. 1H 10
AFFIOAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
ST UKOKKl.OKIDA
i i it nty OF DADE ss
The undersigned, under oath.
says, it la the Intention of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name o( THK BIG
SOFT PRETZEL CO located
at I30T NE 162nd Street In the
CllJ) ol North Miami Beach.
Dude Count) Florida
Those interested in said
enterprise and the extent of
the intiie-t of each, is as
follows
D.F.P INC
By DONALD CORRY
President
1367 NE 162nd Street
Noi In Miami Beach,
Florida 38162
,!-,,,.- March SB;
April!. II. is 19*0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4293 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
II \/KI. I.IAN \
Petitioner Wife
and
l.ol ISL LIAN \
i:. pondcni Husband
ro i."i isl ii \n \
Resident tddi
l iikiio^ n
VOI \kk HEREBY NOTI
FlKD lhal action for
Dissolution hi Marriage has
Hied .i>..iiii-' >iki ami you
an- required lo erve a < op) "'
vuui willlei lefi uses ii an) to
UtTHI i: H l.ll'suN
titloner, whose
...i.i, Sorthwesl 167
: Suite I 10 l< Miami. FL
, and file :he original Hh
in,. lerk "i in......ve ityled
i-uurl on ui befon Ma> -' i"1-'
otherwise default i" he
entered agalnsl '"' ""'
reiiei demanded In ih.....m
plaint or petition
This notli e shall be published
foi roui i on
'eel it; nil-:
IEWISH l- LORIDI \N
w ITN and and Ihe
ii Miami
Florid.....i tin- _i da) ol Man h
RICH MtDP BRINKER
VsClerk cin till Co
i 'ui, i 'uunt) Ki, oi, i.i
B) i 'III i Hi,|,i It: a i
\- I leput) Clerk
. al,
Mai
i i i i- l'.i-n
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
ANDFOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 4296 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE file m.ii nage ol
Ml IMC A K(l
IVI iuim-i Wlfi
.in,l
Kl N I \M1\ I \MES
Mr KKI IT
I ; Husl rut
I'll BEN I WIIN I VMES
MKRRI II
-outh
Auodlawi \..
, ,
I'OI \i:i. HEREBY NOTI
in a. lion foi
ol M., 11 lage has
! .
it .....' ,in\ to
ii on MtTHI l: H I.IPSON
lie) (ol I 'eiition, i w h.....
'. '.
Suite I In 11 Miami Floi Ida
' and file i, a ith
in,' lerk ol Ihe abo\ ityled
, ourt on ,,i I,, im, Ma) .'
otherwise a default w ill be
ivil agalnsl you for the
i,ti, i demanded In Ihe com
plamt hi petll ion
M I INI- .-.- m> hand and the
-i al "i aid ouit al Miami
l-'loi id.i on tin- 2 tl h ').,.
M.o 'i I Mil
RICHARD I' BRINKER
\-1';, i I. ('n ull i 'ourt
l lade Count) Florida
n> i ',.ii in,1.1 Brown
\-1 leputyClerk
i Cm mi Court s.ai,
o.i.-ii March 28
April i ii i. i""
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 4321 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In i e the marriage of
HI MBKRTOSAAVEDRA
Petitioner Husband
CAROL BETH
SAAXKDKA
Respondent Wile
ro CAROL BETHEL
s tAVEDRA
(te.-ldeiue I'nknown
vut ARE NOTIFIED Uiai
an aiiioii for DISSOLUTION
OF MAKRIAOE hds been filed
agalnsl yiJ and you are
i < .(im ed lo serve a copy of your
111it'ii answer and defenses, if
any. to it on DANIK1.
lAl.l.l P ESt) plaintiffs
allui nev hose address Is 2355
Sulsvdo Street, Suite 30B Coral
liable- Florida 3.1134. on or
In lore May 2, I*"1 and file the
original '> the clerk of this
court either before servue on
plaintiff's attorney or im-
lliedlalel) thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
agalnsl you for the relief
di in.inded in tin' complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-.al ol Ulla COUrt OH March 24.
IVMJ
Richard P Blinker. Clerk
Clerk of Ihe Court
Bj M J Hartnett
\- Depot) Clerk
iim.sT March 2V
April 1. II. I" ""l
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80-4322 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in re Ihe mat rtageol
JOHN T KKI.I.IHKK
Petitioner Husband
BAKBARAC KKI.I.IHKK
Respondent Wife
en BARBARA(
KKI.I.IHKK
828 16th \Miiue South
Surlside Beat h
S ( .'ii.'i 11
YDI MtK NOTIFIED that
on a, no,, for DISSOLUTION
OF M VKKI M^: has been filed
against you and you BT8
iequlred i"--'%' 'P>''yur
ui itten answer and defenses i(
uj to it on DANIEL
UALLI r EStJ plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 2389
Salzedo Street, Suite 309, Coral
Uables Florida 33134, on or
before Ma) 2 I960; and tile the
original with the clerk of this
, ourl eithei before sei vli on
plamtifl s attorne) "i Im
iiudi.iieiv thereafter, other
Mine a defaull m be entered
.,,.,11.-1 you for im- relief
demanded ill Ihe complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
.,i oi this rourl on 24th ol
Man ii 1980
KICHARDJ' BRINKER
Clerk ol the Court
iu \ 11 Wade
\- Deputy cierk
March 28,
i : i is ttfsn
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 4323 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in ie the marriage ol
l in is il TRUDEL
Petitioner Husband
I. \i:i.n \ pri DEI
Iti ipondenl Wife
PO K MtEN \ TRUDEL
James Drive
Brunsvi i, k i Ihlo M212
', 'i \l:i- NOTIFIED lhal
,i lion i"i l USSOI.I in in
1 n- M VRRI SE has been filed
i equi ,' op) ol
.i i i and defen
to it on DANIEL
>; M.I.I p KSy plaintlfl .-
,:'. 09,1 'oral
i or
-" and file the
lark ol tins
, i before .-! \ H < on
itloi or on
.; other
i "I, l.nllt will be entered
(oi the rellel
implalnl or
WITNESS m> hand and the
ul Bus court on -'iih of
''
IIARIII' BRINKER
i 'l,i k oi the Court
B) \ I) Wade
\ -1 leput) Clerk
Mai' ii 28
- ,-
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 80 4332 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In iii. I'll.- mat i lage o(
ELIZABETH \
KIN NEC. \N
IVllttoilel w ,te
and
I'M I. M FINNEGAN,
i :> apundenl husband
YOI l' M I. M FINNEOAN
residence unknown. are
required to file >our answer to
ihe petition im dissolution of
inai i lage ith the Clerk ol the
above Com 1 and serve a copy
then, i upon the petitioner's
attorney He' man Cohen. Esq .
iVI Isl Street Miami. Fla
.'...l io on ,,i before April 25th.
r.isu ,,i el.-e petition will be
i iMifeseed
1 luted Mat i h -'i iw*o
RichardP Drinker
Clerk. Circuit Court
ll> il S Carlle
i leputy clerk
11-i.si Marrh28
tprll i 11. ih. iMti
IN THE CIRCUIT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO 236*
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
SADIE CHRISTINE
KEEFE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OK DEMANDS
AUAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTKRESTED IN
rHE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that the administration
.1 the estate of SADIE CHRIS
riNE KEEFE, deceased. File
Number so 23X9. is pending in
the Circuit Court for DADE
County, Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
II ?:t West Flagler Street.
Miami Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate is MARY LOUISE
BORAH whose address is 318
Southdown Road, Lloyd
Harbol New York 11743 The
name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth he dm
All pei-ons having claims or
,i, -ii mil- against Ihe esuite are
lc.|Uiled VMiHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THK DATE
OF IIIK FIRST IH'B-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of Ihe
abOVV COUrl I written state
merit ol ail) claim Ol demand
ihey ma> have Each claim
must be In wilting and must
indicate Ihe basis for the claim,
the name and address of the
i lediloi 01 his agent or at
lorne) and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due the date when it will
he,,,ine due -hall be stated If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, Ihe nature of the
urn ertaint) shall be stated If
the i.i im is secured, the
-.,ui its shall i>e described
The rlalmanl shall deliver
Mitlu lent copies of the claim to
the i lei k to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
t epi e.-eiitaliv,
Ml pel sons interested in Ihe
estate lo whom a copy o( this
N ol Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
l ROM rHE I' U'K OF THE
l- |KST IM BLIC vrii'N OF
THIS NOTICE to tile an)
objections ihe) ma) have that
, iialleuge Ihe valldlt) ol the
dei eilenl s w ill. the
qualifications of the personal
i. pi, -, iilatlx e, or Ihe venue or
III i-dn lion Ol the court
M.I. CLAIMS DEM \NT'S
\Nn OBJECTIONS nut SO
FILED WILL BE FORE\ Kit
It MtKEI'
j Date of the first publication
l,t (in.- Notice of
idmlnlstraUon March 28,
\i.o i i .oui-e Borah
\- Personal Represent.,
ol tin l:-'.,',
s \nii-: ciii'.is riNi-
KEEFE
| lei
VTTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
I \CK M HASH. KSg
120 lam oin Road st,
Miami Beai ii. Floi Ida
Teli pi ]"''1
Man i -- '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 1549
Division 01
IN RE ESTA1 I- I IF
I'I \ PRICE KIEL
I ,
Ni ITICEOr
VDMINISTRATH >N
TO \l.l. PERSONS II \ Ni;
il. VIMS OR DEM VNDS
VOAINST IHI '- I
I l \ I i: \ni i M.l. n| HER
PERSON." N rERESTEl I IN
I'HE i-:.- I Ml-:
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
l IED iii.it tin- administration
ul id, eslat) "i BEATRICE
VOOEL dei eased File
N umbel ho pending in
the i 'ir i uit ("ourl for I lade
Count) Florida, Probate
I ni i.-ion the address "I a hn h
i ;.. West Flaglei Stl i et,
Miami, Florida 33131 The per
-onai ivpn Uvi the
,,-. i:t LiENE I WEISS
and l.i it is ki lELMAN w hose
,,.|i|i .-, ,,i 108 North Shore
Drive. Miami Beach Florida
and 16 Lorraine Ten
Marbli head Mass OlIMfJ The
name and address of (he
i" i,n.ii tepresentative -
irth below
mi persons ha\ing clam.
di mauds against theestati in
iinuired WITHIN THREE
MONTHS KRUM THK DATE
OF THK FIRST PURUCA
I kin ui- mis NOTICE, lo file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
an) i laim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis lor the claim, the name
and address Of the creditor or
Ills agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed lithe claim is
not ,.! due. the date when it
will become due shall be
stated K the laim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature o( Ihe uncertainty shall
in slated H the claim is
secured, the security shall be
i, icrlbed The claimant shall
dellvei sufficient copies of the
i laim lo the clerk to enable the
i lerk to mail one copy to each
pcisona! representative
All persons interested in the
,,-tale lo whom a ropy of (his
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
je, lions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will the qualifies
lions ol Ihe personal represen
lative. or the venue or juris
ibclionof the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
\ND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL HE FORENER
HARKED
Dale ol (he first publication
ol lllls Notice Jf ..d.Minis
Eugene J Weiss
A- Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Beatrice Vogei
Deceased
l.oui.s Edelman
Personal Representative
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
ECGENEJ WEISS ESQ
107 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
1',!.-phone i SOB I 534-4721
,!->;-- March28, April i 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 13*9 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in i e the
Adoption ol
a minor child
By
FAUSTINO MENDOZA
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO NK.I-SON ROSADO
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
YOI ARE NOTIFIED lhat
.ui action lor the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
and you an' required to serve a
cop) ol your written objection,
il any. to it on H H BRODY.
KSg attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is IM NE IKTtrt
St N.M.B., Fl 33162. on or
heiore May 2. 1980. and file Ihe
original with the clerk of this
court either befon' service on
Petitioner or Immediately
ihereaftei otherwise a defaull
will be entered against you t"'
the rellel demanded In 'he
\i >i >p rii in petition
WITNESS m) hand and the
-,-,,i oi tin- court on March 26,
I DM)
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
\-1 'i. ik oi ihe Court
Hi M I Hartnett
Is I leput) Clerk
nsi.'ii Mai.
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TTTTOv. .March 2*.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 79 1 3909 FC 12
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK THE UaKkJAGEOP
HERNAN CASTANO
Husband
and
KOSA CASTANO
Wife
n i Rosa i 'astano
I .. .i. SI A 35Sur50
Barrio I nbe Angel
KnvigadoAnt Colombia
VOI ARE HEREBY
notiv IED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
ur>- required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to
on ALBERT I
CARRICARTE P A attorney
lor Petitioner w hose address is
2491 SU TUi Street Miami
Florida 33128 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above it) led i ourt on or before
April is item, otherwise a
default wil be entered against
you lor tne relief demanded in
the < omplaint or petition
This nolire shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE
(EWlsn FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal of said court at Miami,
r lorirta on this 14 day of March
1980
KICHAKIH' BRJNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V BARKI.EY
CARRICARTE.
ALBERT
P A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
i305i 840 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
o*6 March 21,28
April 4. 11, ]*>
Public Noticesll
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80.2177
Division
IN RE ESTATE OF
Mar) Irene l.avash.
iscd
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO all PERSONS HA\ ing
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND AI.I. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
VIM ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
MARY IRENE LAVASH.
deceased Kile Number80-2177.
la perilling in the Circuit Court
for Hade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of whu h is Suite 73 West
Street Miami. Fla
13130 The personal
representative of the estate is
IRAS SILVER whose address
is Suite 2628 One Hiscayne
Tower Miami. Fla 33131 The
name and address of the
pei si.rial representative's
atloi ne) ai>- set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required within THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
oh THE FIRST PUBLICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with I he clerk of the above
i imi' a written statement of
all) i Uum <>r demand they may
have Eat h claim must be in
Mrlting and must indicate the
. isln foi '.Me claim, the name
and .. : In -> of '.he creditor or
lu> agent or attorney, and the
amount laimed If the claim is
not )el due the date when it
will In i ume due shall be
stated i: the claim is con
Ungviil <>i unliquidated, the
natun ol the uncertainty shall
I* itated II the claim is
Secured the security shaJI be
d> sci bed -.ant shall
belli pies of the
lain; Ii the c lerk to enable the
clerk U mall on*- copy to each
pel enlatlvi
I pen ten -ted in the
I this
N tdministraUon liaa
been ma. ; ,:. required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM PHE DATE OP THE
PI BLICATION OP
THIS N' iTICE lo file an) ,.h
... that
.... Ihi I the
k will the qualifn a
lions peri ... rapreaen
lalivi oi the venue or Juris
ill. Ii- lUTt
M.I. CLAIMS DEMAND8
AND OBJECTIONS NOT So
I- I LED WILL BE FOREVER
II WILED
Dale of !ne first publication
ol this Notice of
Administration March 27.
itp.ii
IRAS SILVER
\ : !-..tl Representative
"I the Estate ,.I
M \P.\ IRENE LAVASH
I >.- .-eased
SILV ERA SILVER
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
H> MAX R SILVER
MAX p. BILVER
Sultl --- i Hie Hiscayne
I ..we I
Miami Fla 33131

086645 Mar. h .'1 2* lHHtl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 80-47
CIVIL ACTION
HAROLD I CROSS Guardian
of the Estate of
IGNES ELIZABETH CROSS
Incompetent Plaintiff
EDWIN RODRIGUEZ
and
\N\RODKIGl EZ
I i.-h-ndants
TO EDWIN RODRIGIEZ
and ANA RODRIGUEZ
Buzon 474217
Isabela.
l*uerto Rico 00662
yOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIEIED that an action tore
establish a lost Promissory
Note has been filed against you
aii.: you are required to serve a
copy of vour written defenses.
,1 ins to it on M LESTER
S \ Al. attorney for the
Plaintiff, whose address is 25
West Flagler Street Miami.
Florida 33130. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above -t> led Court on or before
V |> r 11 28 I9S0 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
"the complaint
This notice shall be published
on. each week for four con
ecutlve weeks in THE
JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Florida on this 14lh day of
Man n I9M>
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
BY C 1' COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
084M3 March 21. 28
April 4 II 19M>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i ;i\ en that the un
desiring] lo encage In bus
under the fli tltloui name
\ndrew GELLER at
stun- A 13 Hi.- Kalis Shopping
Cent* I SOUUlWI -'reel
and' Hlghwa) I No. I in
i.n.is t.i regtstei said name
with the Clerk Of the Circuit
CUUI I "I I ladf < ".Kjnty Kl.inda
SHOE HI 'SINESS'SOITH
AT THE FALLS. Inc
I 'uivilil H Broud) President
UXStH March 7 14.21 B. i960
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
I. slnng t.. engage in business
under the fictitious name
KOTHM \N S SHOE SALON
at St..re \ 13 The Falls
Shopping Center Southwest 13S
Street and Highway is No l.
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
i ....ii i.i Dade County, Florida
SHOE BUSINESS SOUTH
AT THE FALLS Inc
I i.inai.l H Hroudy President
uKiKj March? 14 21. 28. IMBU
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3518 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RE The marrlagi I
LI CILA JORGE
Petitioner Wife
and
MIGI EL ANGEL
K\M"N JORGE
i.. ipondent Husband
: i MIGI El. INGEL
RAMON IORGE
Resident e Unknown
\. 'I ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIEI' that an a. tion for
.-lulion ol Marnat.-'
tiled against you ai I
are required to serve a copy of
.- a itu n defensat II any. to
it on A Koss. P A-. Attorney at
I-iw attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 101 NW 12th
u.mie. Miami Florida 83128
and file the original with the
. lerk of the above styled court
on .ir before April 18. 1>"
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
n-lief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
each week for tour con-
secutlVC weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
A said ourt at Miami
la on this 10th da\ if
Man IU860
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Ctn utt court
Dade Count) Florida
By Clarinrta Brown
\- Deputy Clerk
c'ir. uit Court Seal i
ft ki ISS Attorney
..: Law P A
' neys for
ier Wife
' Itl ivc nue
Miami Florida 33128
Atlorne) for petitioner
BS-SSH
B > March 14 21
Apnli IMO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE RED Y
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Miami Heaih Vascular I-abor
aton at 16X0 Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach. Fla 33139. In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida-
Joseph S Levy, M D
Paul Kw itney. Esq
of Kwilney. Kroop
A- S. heinberg. P A
Attorneys for Miami Beach
\ as. ular laboratory
March 21. 28.
________________April 4. 11 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undei -..
Ing lo engage I .-mess
under the III titi'ius name
RELIABLE LOCKSI4 ITHS
intends to reglitei name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
il I >ade Count) Florida
Mi v. huda Hersi hi o\ Ii h
North Miami H. ... h Fla
. < Mai
_________________April 4 11 mso
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 30 3933 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
,n re The mai nagi "t
\1 \P.lF IESI LA rAF< ''i \
w ife
ILBERTO FERMIN
[AFOl \
RespondM nl H .- band
NOTICE BY PI BLICATION
YOI M.HERTo FERMIN
["API IY \ RESIDENCE I N
KNOWN arc hereb) notified to
sei c.- .. op) of youf fti iwi
the Petition Foi Dissolution of
Marriage Iliad against you
upon w ife s attornci
GEORGE NICHOLAS ES
QUIRE, 612 NW 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 33136 and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before April .'.'.
otherwise the petition
w ill be onfessed bi |
DATED this 17th da> of
IWs)
Iti. hard I' Brinker Clerk
B) Clannda Brow n
I ktput) Clerk
Mar h .
April I 11 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 7* 8*3 07
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
OF MINOR
BY STEPFATHER
IN RE
In the Matterof
the Adoption of
a Minor.
by Joseph Petithomme.
Stepfather
To lorge Theophelus
Fernander
Resident > t Inknow n
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Adop-
tion of Minor by Stepfather has
been filed and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on
DANIEL RETTER.
ESQI IRE attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
Suite 1770. One Hiscayne
Tower Two South Biscay ne
Boulevard Miami Florida.
33131. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 18.
I96J >iin rwi.-e 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 FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida, on this 10th day of
March 1980
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B) V Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit C.Kirt Seal i
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
( MM His. ayne Tower.
Suite 177"
Tw o South
His. ayn.- Boulei -. I I
Miami Florida 3313]
JOS 368 6090
ftttoi ne) for Petitioner
... -
\pr-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 3533 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I N KF The mai' '
>ll MAI Ri ISA
W ile Pelitioner
HENRY Ri IS \ il:
11 isband Respon k
in HENRY P.os \ ik
242 Ml- LRl I -!
BROOKLYN
NEW YORK 11201
i.'i KM HEREBY NOTI
i- H-. 11 thai .. Petition for I Hi
sulutii 4 : Man lag*
and you are herein
lequue.i 1.1 sen
Answer to the
W il. Petitioner s Attorney
DONALD F EROS I I- - A I lh ST MIAMI FLORIDA
and file the oi iginal with
the office of the Clerk of Ihe
Cmuil Court On or before 1-lh
da) of Apni iv<*i
RICHARD I BRINKER
I'iri uit Court ("lerk
B) \ D Wade
\- I leput) Clerk
- Man M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3977 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re The marrtags of
GRETTA ISLES
Petitioner w ife
and
SAMUEL ISLES
Respondent husband
TO SAMUEL ISLES
Residence I nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
tx-en filed against you and you
ai.- raauii so lo sorvs a copy of
your written defenses IfSJl) 10
it on David A Karp attorney
foi Petitioner whose address is
36S0 Blscayne Blvd Suite (MM.
Miami 1-I. 3312T, and file the
original with the clark of the
above styled I ."irt on or before
\pril 29 iw' otherwise a
d.-lault will be entered against
you lor the relief demanded in
the. omplainl or petition
This notice shall he published
on. c ea. h week lor four con
SeCutlVe weeks il. THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> luind and the
.... ol Mild court at Mmmi
Florida on this irth daj of
Man h
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ (lei k Circuit Court
DadcCountv h'londa
B) Clannda Hrown
\- Deputy Clerk
("in ml ("ourt >. .
I i.n Id A Karp I- -.j
ISM Mi-. a> ne Itoulevard
Suite MM
Miami, FL 0137
Altoi ne) foi Petitioner
ORGSa March 21 .
Xpnl 4 11. 1980
I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring lo engage in business
lei the fictitious names of
RICHARD HARVEY TOURS
RICHARD HARVEY
TRAVEL RICHARD HAR
'. i.'i TRAVEL AGENCY.
RICHARD HARVEY CHAR
TER Till RS at 726 Lincoln
I toad Miami Beach. Flonda
t intends to register said
names wilh the Clerk of the
Cm. oil Court of Dade County
Florida
RICHARD HARVEY, INC
By Daryle Pr.iger Secretary
"7l March 21.28.
April 4 11 li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desmng to engage in business
under the fictitious name
BEVERLY SCHONINGER at
5401 SW 92nd Street. Miami FL
33156 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
SCHONINGER. JANKOWITZ
AND SIEGFRIED P A
Attorneys for
Beverly Schonlnger In.
BY FAMCELFRANK
SCHONINGER
'*4i> March 21. 28
April 4. 11 I960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA
IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 103834 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MIHRIAGt
INRE THE MARRIAGE <>F
JAY D CHALK JR
Petitioner Husband
and
DAE Roo KELLEY
CH \I.K
R< ponda nt Wile
ro DAE P.oo KELLEY
CHALK
I'.esiden. e I nknown
YOI ARE HEREBY
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 lo
it on A KOSS Attorney at Law
P A attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 101 NW 12th
U.nuc Miami. Flonda 33128,
and file the original with the
. Ier k of the above styled court
on or before April 25. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
rellel demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
on..- each week for four con-
s.-.utive weeks In THE
IE WI8H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
I al ol told ourt at Miami
Florida on this 14 day of March
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ascierk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By a B c'arlie
AslH-putyClerk
A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW P A
101 NW 12lh Avenue
Miami. Flonda 33128
.308i325M4
Attorney for Petitioner
*MI Manh21.28
Apnl 14. 11 mm i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4IM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re The marriage of
EMMANt El.St PPUCE
Petitioner
andEMMANI ELLA
SUPPL1CE
I V-p. indent
TO EMMANI ELLA
si PPLICE
i talmas n tpi No 17
Al Inteneur
Port ,iu Print > Haiti
YOU are HEREBY NOTI
HIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnage has
boon filed against you and you
are requind to serve a copy of
your written defenses if any to
it on HOWARD HILL HEN
NETT, attorney for Petitioner
whose address is Suite 520
Blscayne Hldg 18 West Flag
Ier Street. Miami Florida
33130. and file the original with
the .lerk of the above styled
I ourt on or before May 2. 1880
otherwise a default will be
enUred against you for the
'ehef demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
< tl week for four con
secutlve weeks in CUE
IE WISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 20 day of March.
kichard p BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
toward Hill Bennett
>uite 520Biscayne Bldg
West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
'h 37 ihm
Mtomey for Petitioner
"*6:! March 28.
April 4. 11, 18. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80 ms FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
SHE
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and
IIAIIR1 M ERHACH
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Suit.- 238 Miami Bea
i- i"i i.i.. mi befon
\(.i I file tin
oi iguul w an in.- Clerk ol t in -
Cuurt ellhvi before service on
Petition, i oi im
nu ilialel) Ihereaftei other
i defuull will be enli I
.igaiiml you foi Ihe relief
demanded in thi Complaint or
I Illloil
M I rNKSS m) hand and the
on Mai
I-..
-
\ i
II) Willie Bradshaw Ii
\ : ; it) Clerk
Mar. h 21 -
tpl I .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 386' FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE ri-.- mai i lage of
i lEBORAHa RCI \
Wife
Old
IEN iROUARCI \
Husliand
D) UENAROGARC1A
Aparladu Aerio lllfil
I Colombia
YOI ARE HEREHY NOTI
IED that an action for
lution ol Marnage has
been tiled against you and you
^n- required lo serve eopj of
your written defenses if any lo
it on AIJ1KRT I. CARRI
CARTE P A attorney foi
Petitioner, whose address is
2491 NW 7th Street Miami
Florida 33126, and file the
original with the clerk of the
aben i styled ourt .>n or before
April .'.'. 1UMI otherwise .,
I. fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This not i, e shall be published
OnCC each week for four ion
eCUtlVe weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
r lorida on this mth day of
Man-h. miu
RICHARD p BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
By Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
iCIn uit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carruarte Esq
24l NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
305i649 71117
Attorney for Petitioner
* March 21. 26.
April 4 11. 108O
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURToT
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4088 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
IKENEOde kw SANTOS
and
PATRICIA delos
SANTOSa k a
PA IHICIAG RUIZ
TO PATRICIA G RIIZ
LORETASANTOS
.ni.i i ni TramoStreet
Pasay Metni Manila
Philippines
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnage has
been filed against you and you
are required lo serve a ropyoi
\..oi written defenses, if any ko
it on DAVID 8 MERGER
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 999 Washington
Ivenue Miami Beach
Florida. BUS "' original with the .lerk of the
abOA i- styled court an or before
Ma) -' i**"1 otherwise a
It will be entered against
mi l"i the relief demanded in
mplaint or petition
Phis notice shall he published
on. i eai h w.-ek for four i on
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
..al of said ourt at Miami
Flonda on this 19 day of March.
ISM
RICHARD P DRINKER
\- Clerk, Cir. ml Court
IMdcCount) l-'ionda
ByG S Cartle
\ I leputy Clerk
("u uit < 'oort SeeJ '
DAVIDS MERGER
IHE GA1.H1 TMI II.DING
Witt Washington Avenue
Miami Beai It Fla SSIB
t Attorney foi Petitioner
Mar. h JJ>
_________________Alirll 4 U 18. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 60 J3'5
Division 0]
IN Itl KSTATf
ItAYI
I .. .
NOTIC8 roCRKDITORS
nil \. i PERSONS H W ING
"l: DEMANDS.
\., \ n i nil- \mo\ (-;
\ l r
.\ i
tllll. ol I >.|1 of
red I
i ".so toil iad) < 'ount) Florida
vision Ihe addrees
oi in. ii is w i .. itreel
Mia I' a writtoi
o-tiii. i --...-.. menl of an) i l.um
ui ik mai have
iti R \n FIX
i i i
muai be m
w i ilulg and ir; : ate the
basis foi Ihe claim the name
and addn 'I the I n-.illor 01
ins agenl oi attorney ami the
aimed If the claim is
not >! 'In. the'date when it
wih become due shall be
I II the claim is .hi
lingeiil oi unliquidated, the
. |ai-i'. I ,
Idled Ii Use i i.tim is
- ii il\ -.hall he
i lai-nant shall
delit .1 ... opj ol the i laim to
the clerk who -hall furtflsh the
cop) lo Ihe personal n.p
i... i '...'.
\M CLAI MS AND
HEM \ni i Nor so FILED
w ll i BE rOREVER
M Mtl
I luted Mai. h imkii
IRENE FIX
\- i i i.. presentatlve
oi Ihe Estate of
RAY FIX
I lei eased
H NN JL Gl'.l NDWF.RG
\ .
Suit. ,
i \.. nue
Miaou FL !:il II
phone ne. ni nm
Mar. Ii Apnl 4 19NI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 604IJJ FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in i e the mai rlage if
in uuino ii.-f.iuiu
I'. tr.ion.-i
and
M \P. IORJE A
- HEHDOIZA
i : snondenl
l" M UtJORIE A
HERDOIZA
Resident e I riknown
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an a. lion lor dissolution of
marriage has been filed
againal you and you are
i. quin d lo sen a a opy of your
w i ilt.n defenses, if any to it on
ii ll BRODY attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
NE i7 St N M B Pla
.ii or before May 2, 1980.
and file the original with Ihe
lei k ul Ihla ourt either before
service >m Petitioner or im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in Ihe complaint or*
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
s.-al of this Couri on March 20.
ISH
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk ul Hie Court
B) K Selfned
As Deputy Clerk
01*77 March 28.
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''inker. Clerk
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Hartnett
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March21. 28.
April 4. 11, 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action 10 4129 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
TELEMARQL'E ESTERLIN
Petltlonei
and
NOEl. ESTERI in
JMIIldfllt
r< NOELESTERLIN
Rim m. -
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Metage
Port au Prim Haiti
voi ARE HEREBV Mill
PIED lh.it .ui action (or
Dissolution of Marriage hai
been filed against you ai
i i equired to nn > .i i op) of
eour written defenses Ifani to
HOW LRU nil.I. BEN
SETT attorn*} for Petltlonei
* hoae address la Suite 580 Hi-
. ,i> in- Building i ii u eal
Klaglei Street, Miami I-
i and file the original w Ith
the clerk o( th<- above styled
i..iirt on oi before Ma) 2 1980
a lae a default will be
entered S| I (or the
11 in-! demanded In the i om
plain) or petition
This imtii c shall be published
once each weeh for (our ion
-.1 ul It week! in THE
IE WISH FLORIDI \n
WITNESS my hand and the
. ,il o( Mid I OUrt .it Miami
Klorlda on tiii> .ii daj ol Mart h
KICHARO P BRINKER
\- Clerk <'in mi Court
De.de Count) Florida
By M J li.ntn.lt
\- I leputy Clerk
in. uit Court Seal i
ii rward Mm Bennetl Eaq
Suite 590 Hi-< ayne Building
. I Weal Flagler street
Miami Florida 33130
I'd ITS |M
Attomej loi Petltloi i
Mai
April* II if
NOTICE UNDER
FICITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HI- REBY
. I- \ tll.ll tl!.- ill: :
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NOTICE UNDt R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i IS HEREBY
.
rngagi bu
the in tltlous '
Prof i Ml
Vpi '. Miami Fla 33161
itei laid name
with the Clerk of the circuit
tof I lade I lounl)
I 'egg) V\ ilner
NE 6th Avenue
tpl N108
Miami Hi.i
DMM Man h H
April 4 1MH0
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 7 1)449 FC
104)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N 11E The in.ii 11..
\i IHIELACAMPi IS.a k i
\l UtlELA MONTOY \
Petitioner
ami
IOSE \N PONIOCAMPOS
Respondent
in JOSE ANTONIO
CAMPOS
i '..i i.i.i 33
No 3M3
Hai no ile K.itima
n i.i \ Departamento
.lei Valle
COLOMBIA
1 ui \Kl-: HEREBY NOT1
KIED thai a Petition foi
Dissolution of your Marriage
ins iM-eii filed and ommenced
ui Ulll Court and you are
reijuii ed to aerve a copy of youi
w rttten defenaei II any to h
on CARLOS M MENDEZ Eaq
vtoincv for Petitioner w hoae
i.Mi eai II 2988 VS ilh Avenue.
HIALEAH Florida 33013 and
file the original with the Clerk
of the sty led Court on or befoi
\pril IR 11180. otherwise a
default will be entered agalnat
you (or the reliel prayed (or in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once e.u h week (or (our con
ecutlva e/aaki In THE
IE WISH KI.ORID1AN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Klorlda. on thia 5 day of March.
; isn
RICHARD P BK1NKEK
Aa Clark. Circuit Court
UadeCounty. Klorlda
ByC P Cope land
Aa Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendez. Esq
21185 W ith Avenue
Hlaleah, Klorlda 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08598 March 14. 21.28.
April 4 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No (0 3323 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE The Man ...
KICHARD l: .
I'< tltlonei Husband
I'-1 m K ZIENTEK
Ii nl \\ it.
NJ Rl TH K ZIENTEK
Huntingti
New Vuik
thai
li lion lor I IISSl H.I I'll iN
i 'i U VRI |>een riled
ind voi.
ured to wi
written answer and defer i
to it on DANIEL
' M i-1 I' E8Q, plaintiff
attorney whose addn
edostreei mi a i 'oral
Klorlda 33134 on or
before Api II 18 1980, and file
the original nil the lerk of
tins court eithi -a ice
on plalntlfl attorne) or Im
mediately Ihi ifti 4hei
!- a iiefauii win ii.- entered
il you (oi the relief
I- inded In the i omplalnl or
petition
WITNESS mj hand and the
irl on Man ii .">
RICHARD P BRINKER
1 rrkof the Court
B) Deborah G Hesi
\- I leputy Clerk
- Mar hU.i
tprtl I : i-'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 32B9FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE rtieMarnagi
OLUAC F1GI EREDO
Petitioner
anil
IN VRI >- I- : i ERKI I
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IN Mil
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. with
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. default
the reliel
il for In the i omplalnl or
petition
k for foul
i'.'k- in Till-:
IK WISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
u i inkss m> hand and the
eal ol tald Court al Miami.
Florida oi of March
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. i ',ii k Cln uit Court
l lade County Florida
ByC I' < o|n
, i lepui) i "lei "
Carlos M Mendei
A l" \\enue
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. > foi Petitioner
March 14 .'i 28
April i 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
: ing to engage In bui -
un.l.'t tin- fll lltlOUl name Mat
Hal Harboui Asaoi lates a
genei partnei I i il WOI
Cniiuis Avenue Bal Harl
Floi Ida, intend to reglstei said
name with tin- Clerk "I the
i in uit Court oi I lade County
Klortdaf
i<\ Lester Mehlman and
l lavldC Kantoi
lonathan 11 Belofl Eaq
Smith Mandlei smith
i
i-1 led I' *
lilt Lincoln lto.nl Mall
nth Floor
Miami Beai h Fla S31SII
March 21 38
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AFFIDAVITUNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
SIM EOF FLORIDA
cm n IV OFD IDE M
The undersigned under oath.
tayi ii is the intention <>( the
undersigned to nxa*'' in a
business enterprise under the
fictitious name of CHECK
MATE d b aGaylurd Greer.
Inc located at 3701 No
Country Club Drive. In the city
0l No Miami. Dade County.
| Klorlda
Those interested In said
enterprise, anil the extent of
the interest ol each. Is as
InllOViS
CHECKMATE|. d b a
(JaylordUreer Inc
PO Box 133
llallandale. Kl. 33009
0*648 Keb 29. March 7. 14.21.
. 980
NO ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
IS HEREBY
GIVEN ndei ilgned
ilesli
CACHITA MAI I im;
I Miami
lie.I
irl ol
l ladi i 'oui ly. F
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Im
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PR1
Mai chli
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME
STATUTE
i UFFLOI
N r\ 1)1 I \l 'K

In a
pursuant to
Floi Ida tlal iti
name i- FA8HION
TRADE PI H I.I c a TH INS
located al Suite :'..' one I.in
oln Road Building, in the Cltj
oi Miami it.,ii h i i.ni. ('ounty
Florida
Those interested m mid en
' I' I I the ( 'lent of the
interest ol eai h Isai followi
I VSHION TRADE
PI HI.ICM InNS INC
im' [un cut ownership
Prool ol publli at Ion of this
intention to register, is died
herewith pur-...uit to the pro-
'. Islona ol law
W BILLQLICK
i udent of
l \ -UK'n r-RADE
II BLICATIONS INC.
Suite 313
i in.-1.im oln Road HuildiiiK
Miami He.n ii Florida 33139
OMIT Man ii ii 31 U
Aprtli. 1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 2489
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE IF
I -IHI R| 11 'HI IV
.....
Nn! ICE OF
\1 'MINIs IK \ :

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File
I ng in
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i MONTHSOK
I M'loN
rnis ni i ricE 11' an
. ibjei lion b) an in
to u Mom r.
l that i ha
lit) ol the Villl the quah
iii aiion- ..I the pel inal rep
iiLtttive venue oi jur is
lit Imiii "i the oui t
Ml CLAIMS \N|i OBJ EC
Tl" INS Ni IT Si i FIUCII WILL
II FORE\ KK li VRRED
Publication ol tin- Notice has
begun on Man ii 28, :
RICH mid I HAYS
SIDNEl PASCAL
.v 1.1 i "Y I'i il 'Ni IS
.1 SE I- ii -i Vvenue
M iml Florida 33131
Vttome) lor I ersonal
lative
II \\ s.v '.Kl NDWERG
Mom'sG rundwerg
Suite ni
ji SE Fll l Ivenue
Miaou l-'I.
IVIeprione 308 Ki n
Man li 28 \|iril I. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i il\ EN thai the undei *lgi ed
. age in lui-
under the fli titioui name
Itl.ANCO SIGNS al IS40 NW
..inn sticci Ninth Miami.Fla
i I intend) i" register laid
name with the Clerk of the
i 'in mt Court oi I lade County
Floi nlu
FRANCISCO Bl LNCO
'-' l Man 11 .'1. 38;
\|'l il I 11, 1HMII
TJOTTCiTTjNDtK
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
m. tick is HEREBY
<;l\ EN thai the undersl)
itemnng to engage in business
mdei im- tutiiious names Mat
tasorialei an Illinois limited
oartnershlp Sheraton Miami
corporation Delaware cor
porauon and John Hancock
Mutual Life Insurance Com
pan) doing f>ualneaa as
Sheraton Hal Harbour Joint
Venture. t 9701 Collins
Weriue Hal Harbour. Florida.
intend to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of Dade County. Klorlda
lu Mai Associates
siieialon Miami Corporation
John Hancock Mutual
Life Insurance Company
JonathanD Heioff. Esq
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Werner. Jacobowlti
A, Krled. P A
1111 Lincoln Road Mall
^JnlVSeach. Fla J3139
aeaH March 21. 38.
April 4. 11.1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 3333 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
Ihi marl lage of
MORE MORTIMER
..ml
Gl ORGINA MORTIMER
pondenl
I | 'I'" ACTION
!KX>RGIN \ MORTIMER
lo BOX N3817
BIG HAJWN
.-I l'.l'l\ I
N vs.- \i BAHAM \S
Voi VR| NOTIEIEI i
an ai in.' (solution of
ii- been filed
.mi] you
i' 'i m a i opy "f your
\i ritten di iny to it on
II li BRODY attorney (or
I'etilionei whose addre
ni ii -i \ \t ii pia
before kprtl i -
and file the original ith
the i li'lk nt this court either
befoi e on Petitioner or
Immediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
list you for the relief
the omplatnt or
i" ion
WITNESS my hand and the
I ihm t"ourt on March u,
ii
richard p brinker
\ Clerk of the Court
lu i 'lartnda Hniu n
\ Deputy Clerk
08806 Man h 11 .
-----------------------.___Apni i, itfau
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90-331? FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
M \l KICK si I'l'UCK
I 'etltloner
and
M M'.IK VNGE SCPPLICE
I :. -p..ml. -it
TO M \P.IE VNGE
st PPLH
Purl au Pi
i M'.l-: Hi BY NOTI

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IT
.
M

ithenn
e entei
ii petition
inall be published
treel
itive week! in THE
li WISHKLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
aid i ourt at Miami
i- la on this S daj ol Mart h
I9M)
RICH M'.l' I' BRINKER
\- Clerk i 'it i mt Court
Dade Count) Florida
B} M I liartnett
\- 1 K |IUt) Clerk
Cir i ml Court Seal'
ird Hill Bennett t q
Attorne) tor Petitioner
Suit. S2fl Bi -i a) ne Hide
It. Weal Flagler Street
M mil Florida 33130
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- i. March ii -i 38
AIM 111 'S.'
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80 1336 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
i\ i :i: ihe mai i lage dI
s \\n EL.WILLIAMS
Petltlonei
an.I
if \\\i 1'1'K WILLIAMS
Respondent
NOTICE OF MTION
re h:\nnkite
WILLI NMs
I000TRINITY AVE
Nn 111'
BRONX N s
vui \kk NOTIFIED thai
an a. lion foi dissolution of
mai i lage has been filed
against you and you arc
-ii \ a i op) oi your
a ritten defenses ii any to it on
II II BRODY attorney (or
Petitioner whose address is
\, |67 ST N M H FLA
on or before April is.
file the original vmh
the i lerk ol tin- ourt either
i.et.ui- service mi Petition!
immediately thereafter; other
wise a default iii be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal oi this Court on March 5.
l^lsn
RICHARD P BRINKER
\s Clerk of the Court
By Clannda Brown
V- Deputy Clerk
08604 Man-hl4.21.28.
A awl I, IM".! I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
Under the fictitious name Gav
rorae ol Erance. at 3298 NW
n-i St Miami. Fla 33142
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Klorlda
1 i- Manufacturing. Inc
0H4K0 March7.14. 21.28. 1980
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 3334 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the mai i a|
PHILLIPCHI
Petltlonei
and
ELAINE CHEN
pondent
NOTICE i il- MTION
LA1NECHEN
RES1I lENCE I NKN
Voi \i:k NOTIFIED
an ai I Ion foi dissolution of
has been (lied
you and
i equired to sei i .mir
written defenses, if any lo it on
it II BRODY attorney
Uoner, whose address li
NE 167 ST N M B Fla
on "i before tprtl -
(lie the original with the
lerk oi tins i nor l elthei I -
service on Petitioner oi Im
medlalel) thereafter; other-
- fault a ill be entered
against you foi the
demanded In the complaint or
petition
\\ ITNE8S nn hand and the
seal "i this Court on Mai
I :isn
RICHARD P BRINKER
As ci.-rk oi the Court
By < 'lartnda Itrown
V- I leput) Clerk
March 14.3 28
_________________ tnr'l 1
IN THE CIRCUIT C0URTOF
THE DTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 1377 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in kk The marriage of
I 'HASH, m.kxandkr
kkynoi.i IS
l 'etitioner
ami
MARLENE PATRICIA
WAl.COTT REYNOLDS.
Ri ipondent
voi MARLENE
PA II'.U I \ W M.COTT REY
NOLDS 12 Antonio :
Independent e City, Oregoi \
park Post office St
i 'athei me iamaica \KI-".
Ill REBY NOTIFIED TO
mi.i wi reap

the Clerk "I the
I .'.: lorn i
VON /W
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
ing to engage in bus
fictitious name LEX
I. UiORATORII S3NW7
SI Suite 308 Miami
intends I
numi with the Clerk Of the
lurl ol l lade I !ou
Ida
LEX INC
Man 14
Vpnl i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3654 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I N RE The mar rlagl
M IRU VRITA K \K1AS
Petitioner Wife
and
KERN\NHo i \kias
Ki -poiiiient Husband
lo p k c Fernando J
Vrias

CO
SIG UN
Fl Bragg
North Carolina .
\ nl \KK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
I 'is.-i'iutiiui oi Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are i equired to sen t a copj of
youi w ritten defenses, ii an) to
II or. jack s l.IKHM \NN
p a attorney for Petitioner
120 Lim oln
Road Suite 201 Miami H.-.u h
Florida 33133 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled cisirt on or- before
\pni is iiisn otherwise
default will be entered against
>ou tor tin- relief demanded In
the i omplalnl or petition
Plus notice shall be published
once each week for (our con
Itlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI \N
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol saui court at Miami.
Florida on this 13 day of March.
1980
1 RICHARD P BRINKER
Is Clerk Circuit Court
I i.ide Count} Klorlda
B) Willie BradshawJr
\- I leput) Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
Jack S l.iebmann. P A
- iin Lincoln Road.
Suite 306
Miami Beach, Kla. 33138
Phone i 305 l 531-7673
Attorney for Petitioner
08633 March 21. 28:
April 4. 11. 1880


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INTHECIRCUITCOURT
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DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE OIVISION
FiWNumbejrSA-2191
iNRK ESTATE OF
:r.\ .N>: I KINK
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
VTE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
TOi ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of IRVING S
FINK deceased. File Number
II. is pending In the Or
cuit Court (or Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal represen
lative ol the estate is ARTHVR
M FINK whose address is 3531
\62r\d Street Flushing New
York 11S0S The name and
address o( the personal rep-
resentative s attorney are set
iorth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST Pl'BLICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE to (He
with the clerk o( the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
bass (or the claim the name
and address o( the creditor or
his agent or attorney and the
amount claimed K the claim is
not yet due the date when it
will become due shall be
staled If the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be staled If the claim U
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
oVnver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested m the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice ol Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST Pl-BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to (lie any ob
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will the qualidca-
tions o( the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
IND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
o( this Notice o( Adminls-
Wlion March 2* 1980
ARTHLRM FINK
AS Personal Representative
o( the Estate of
IRVING S FINK
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESS NTATTVE
LAW OFFICES OF
JOSEPH SCHMIER
bv Joseph Scfimier
2300 E Hallandale
Beach Blvd Suite i:
Hailandaie Florida 33008
Telephone '3N MUM
88*70 March* Apr-4 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 98 3412 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
PACL WILLIE SERAPH1N
and
CAROL CAMILLE
SERAPH IN
TO CAROL CAMILLE
SERAPH IN
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action (or
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy ot
tour t.:>t defensesifany to
: AN1EL RETTER ES
RE attorney (or
r- whose address is
.in* Dllllj;
T.-wer Two South Bisca>T>e
Boutevard Miami FL J3".J".
and file the origina, with the
cierk of the above styled court
- before May 2 1M0 other
wise a deb M entered
against you for the retie(
demanded '-he complaint or
.on
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 3435
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage o(
l-EOSCRAIO
Petitioner Husband
and
WENDY P CRA1G
Respondent Wife
TO WENDY P CRAIG
RD4.
Shippensburg.
Pennsylvania
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action (or
. iution of Marriage has
been died against you and jrou
are required to serve a copy of
\ our written defenses if any to
it on ARTHVR H LIPSON
attorney (or Petitioner whose
address' is IMS Northwest 18T
Street 110 B Miami. FL SSI**
and die the original with the
clerk of the above styied court
on or before April IE 1980
otherwise a default will be
entered against you (or the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
W ITN'ESS m> hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this Tth Day ol
March. 1980
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal I
CMW13 March 14 21..
April 4 1M0
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
CM*NcM-M41FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
IS RE The marriage o(
ELENA ARROYO
Petitioner W Ke
vs
VICTOR D ARROYO
Respondent Husband
TO VICTOR D
.ARROYO
c o Laury
School Supply
De Diego No 110
Carolina.
Puerto Rico 00*30
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
an action (or DISSOLVTION
Or" MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy o( your
ritten answer and de(enses. l(
any to II on DANIEL
GALLUP ESQ plamuhTs
attorney whose address is 2SS3
Sa.iedo Street Suite 30B Coral
Gables Florida 33134 on or
before April IS 1980. and (He
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you lor the rellel
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal o( this court on March 7.
1W0
RICHARD P BRISKER
Clerk o( the Court
ByC P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
08*14 Marchl4 21 28.
_________________________April 4, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE UTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No SA.J4S4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
LS RE The marriage o(
METIDIEV ARTIS
Petitioner Husband
and
MARIE L ARTIS
Respondent w Jt
NOTICE BY PVBLiCATION
YOU MARX L ARTfl H
Louis Du Nord HaM | are
he re : j RC '~-* t se .-re a copy
of your Arjwer to the Peu^jor
Dissoiuaoe of Ma.--.agt
ig*_-Jt y-:-. .par. Eka
bands atv IXOFSGE
NICHOLAS ejv ike tli
sw ..:-. Avenue Mssr-
Fkorvaa SIM and file ong-.-a.
- -- the Clerk of the Court oc
or before Aon. :t 1Mb other-
aise the Petitior. wii: be con
fessed by you
DATED tats ttt da> of
March. .*
Richard P Bruiser CWrk
By Clannda Browr.
Deputy Clerk
.-'-. March 14, r 2*
Apr-4 :BK
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME uiia,
HEREBY
Ml UM .-denafTted.
-ige in bub
--- Care-
free Wor.: ?-. i-
ttkaa Fsk alends
fthe
i^ri o( Dade C
: ..
Carefree Ibx
aFionda
Corporat-
SMS Marcf .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAS)
S HEREBY
engage j- t^imnem
under the (.
FLAGLER PLAZA
Street Miami F ^;:44 at
vends to regisssr mta name
witt Use Oerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Couerty Fwrids,
CanosVera
Martr :* :: 3b
Apr.. | .e*.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE 'ERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 90.4177 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
l-l-ARAEl-vAMOREIRA
.oner
I AN'.FI. RENEMORE1RA
Respondent
TO DANIEL RENE
MORE IRA
99 South Maple St
Apt A
Inglewood.
Oaliforma 90801
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thst a petition (or
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been died and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of
- .-.en defenses liar
rAVO GARCIA MONTES
attorney (or PeUUoner whose
address is llV"i SW 1st >t
Suite 117 Miami Fknda.
33130 and die the original with
the clerk o( the above styled
court on or before April 29.
1980 otherwise a de(aul! will
be entered against you (or the
relie( prayed (or in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week (or (our con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
1SHFLOR1P1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 21 day o( March.
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count v Flo n da
Bj N A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Gustavo Garcia Monies
1150 SW 1st SI
Suite 21"
Miami. Fla 33130
Telf MS-TTN
Attorney for Petitioner
0AST2 March 28
April 4 11. 18 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVF SERVICE
(NOPROPtRTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 89 4209 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
RAFAEL A I'KNA
Petitioner
and
ANA ZENITH PENA
Respondent
Tl^ ANA ZENITH PENA
CarreraSla
No 34 35
Barranqullla.
COLOMBIA
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been (lied and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
wnlten defenses if any. to II.
on CARLOS M MFSDEZ
Esq Attorney (or PeUUoner
whose address is 2985 W 4th
Avenue. HIALEAH Florida.
33012. and (tie the original with
the Clerk of the styled Court on
or belore May 2 1980 other
lse a dXault will be entered
against you (or the relief
prayed (or in the complaint or
peUuon
This nouce shall be published
once each eek (or (our con-
. t .k weeks in THE
JEWISH F L O R I D I A N
v:\Ml
s/TTNESS B) hand and the
MM -' Rkld Court at Miami
j 2: day ol
v.- ,-
RINKER
' Circuit Court
r*oe Coytj Florida
By M J Hartnett
aj Deput) CTerk
5 M MESDEZ Esq
X 4.- K.t- ~t
EAH Fioriili 33012
Carols M Mendel
Attorney tor Petitioner
S7I March 28
Apr.: 4 :i ; 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE OTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
C* He 9* 23MFCM
FAMILY DIVISION
K The marriage o(
JEAN SIMON JVSME
Petitioner Husband
-ME
Respondent Jt
[ICE 3T :-... \T.ON
CLARA JVSME
residence aafcncwr. are hereby
d to serve a copy of youi
B For DU
sosuuor. of Mamage filed
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No *>*M^.,
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage o(
KKNNETHP SMITH
PeUUoner Husband
and
IX5ROTHYE SMITH
Respondent W ife
TO Dorothy E Smith
112 Dickinson Street
Springfield
Massachusetts
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1HP thai an acUon (or
Dissolution of Marriage has
been died against you and you
are required to serve a copy ol
vour written defenses. Kfjiy. to
-,l on ARTHVR H LIPSON
attorney (or Petitioner VMM
address is 1515 Northwest 187
Street Suite 110-B. Miami.
Florida and die the original
with the clerk o( the above
stvled court on or before April
' :80 otherwise a default
will be entered against you (or
the relie( demanded m the
complaint or peUUon
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this Tth day of
March. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKKK
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Bj flarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal I
,,.*; March 14 21 28
AaclU
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No MJjn FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE MARIA P
SANCHEZ ZABALETA
Petitioner
and
CRISTOBAL ZABALETA
Respondent
T<> CRISTOBAL ZABALETA
18500 Jamaica Avenue
Oueens. N Y
YOl ARE HEREBY Ni'TI
FTED that a petition for
Dissolution ol your Marriage
has been died and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
ntten defenses i( any to it on
Rogelio A del Pino Esquire,
attorney for Petitioner v. hose
address" is 1401 West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33135
and die the original with tne
clerk o( the above styled court
on or belore April 1* 1980
otherwise a deiault will be
entered against you (or the
reliel prayed (or in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week (or (our con
secutive weeks in JEWISH
FLORID! AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal o( said court at Miami
Florida on this 10th day of
March 1980
RICHARD P HRIN'KER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal"
R A del Pino
Esquire
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33133
< 305- 849 4411
Attorney for Petitioner
MM March 14 21. 28.
_____________________ April 4 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 JSJIFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage o(
INCRIZ
Husband
and
ALBA INESCKVZ
Wife
TO ALBAINESCRIZ
Residence Address
I'nknown
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action (or Dis
solution of Marriage has been
died against you and you are
required to ser\ e a copy o( your
- -n defenses if any to it on
*. BERT I. CARRICARTE
I' \ Attorney for Petitioner
whose address is .'491 NW Tth
Miami Florida 33142
le the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
IS. 1980.
other* ise a default will be
red against you for the
I "in the com
plaint or petition
lice shall he published
eai h week lor (our con
weeks in Till-
\s
A ITS ESS my hand and the
M *mi
' March
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As erk
UTE
3491 N .-
SSM Ma.
t '. 980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number W 7I0
Division S3
IN RE ESTATE OF
EDWARD SCH LVSS I
I k-i eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HAVING
CI AIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FTED thai the administration
of the estate ol EDWARD
9CHLVSSEL deceased. File
Number 2290 Is pending In
the Circuit Court (or DADE
County. Florida. Probate
...in the address o( which
u 73 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida The personal
representatives of the estate
are Eric B Turetsky and
Lawrence Kaplan, whose
address is 100 N Blscayne
Blvd Miami. Florida S3132
The name and address of the
personal representative
attorney are set (ortii below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
I >p THE FIRST PI B
UCATION OF THIS NOTICE
to (lie with the clerk of the
above court a written state
men! of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis (or the claim
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
torney and the amount
claimed II the claim Is not yet
due. the date when it will
become due shall be stated I(
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
suldcient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the. clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
e of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE Mi NTHS
FROM THE DAT*: Of" THE
FIRST PVBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objections they may have that
. nge the validity of the
deiedent s will the
qual;!. Stloni -' the personal
representative or the venue or
junsdii tion of the court
AI.l CLAIMS DEMANDS
ND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
I- :: in WILL HP- Fl >RE\ ER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this -.;ce o(
Administration March 21
1980
l,awrence Kaplan
Era B Turetsky
As Co Personal
Representatives
of the Estate of
EDWARD SCHI.l'SSEI.
I >e ceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
RE PRE SI NTATTVE
ERICH TVRETSKT P A
Bj Eric B Turetsky
N rth BtscaineBivd
i.lh Floor
Miami Florida 33133
Telephone 358-4032
UNS5S March:I 28 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
. E N that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
nn
Full Text
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Friday. March 28
Plugged Nickle Favored in Florida Derby
French Pianist at Beth Shotom
French pianist Mfchd Beroff. ***!^*;^Mate
Plugged Nickle. the nation's
leading candidate for Triple
Crown honors this season, will be
favored in Saturday's $175,000
guaranteed Florida Derby at
UlllfllllIII Park.
The mile-and-a-furlong three
year old classic will be the
centerpiece of a festive day.
Gates will open at 10 a.m., and
the day-long entertainment
program will begin at 10:30.
Post time for the annual exotic-
animal rate, lealuring Wild Scot-
tish Highland Mulls, will be 12:15
p.m.
Plugged Nickle. described by
his trainer T. J Kelly, as
elegant." and the Kentucky
Derb) choice of Mud Detp, trainer
of Spectacular Mid. proved his
ability over B distance ol ground
last year. The royally-bred son of
Kej To The Mint from Toll
Mooth. captured the Laurel
Futurity (at 1 1 lt> miles) by
nearly two lengths and the Hem-
sen Stakes (at 1'- miles) by
nearly live lengths. Plugged
Nickle won his only start of the
season at Gulf stream, a seven-
length tally in the Hutcheson
Stakes.
The Florida Derby was won
last year by Spectacular Bid.
Also on Saturday's program
are Florida State Universitv
Flying High Circus, competing
with the rare animals, especially
assembled for a novelty race.
The maneuvers of the Plan-
tation High School band will add
color to the events during the
morning.
A water show hv the Greater
Miami Ski Club, including in-
tricate formations on the infield
lake, a daredevil flying a kit.-
towed aloft by a motor boat.
models displaying the latest
lashions and the music of Mai
Malkin and his Orchestra all form
part of the day a activities
ppear in concert presented
by Temple Beth Shotom i Grtal
Performance Series, Saturday.
March 29, at 8:30 I'm in the
mam sanctuary. Miami Meach.
the evening with
' w,th
imprompt
i Ipening
126." Beroff will
Schubert s Four
Op 42 936." Fo
termission, Beroff ...n ,in"
Sonata for Pi.no .,, tfc
movements from
Stria inskv
U
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Hebrew Loan Association
Re-elects Nevel
Joseph A. Nevel was re-elected
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Free Loan \ SSOCial ion at
it- .lection meeting Feb. 28 on
Miami Beach.
\l-o elected ware Treasurer
Joseph Curtis. Recording
Secretary Zelda Kunst, Financial
Secretary Clara Eckhaus, Vice
President Sue Berkowitz,
Yolande Bernstein and Rabbi
Phineas A Weberman ol Ohe\
Shalom Congregation.
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association makes
interest tree loan- ol up to 8800,
without carrying charge- ol -tn\
kind, to local residents In ad-
dition, this past year a number ol
kians have been made to Russian
emigres, to enable them to
acquire the tools of their trades
and establish themselves in their
new environment.
The Vasociation work- closelj
with Jewish Federation and the
various synagogues in the
community to extend I heir
sen ices lo people in timeol
This Passover, add real zest
to the same old things.
f^4.^*~ a*n nwnw w
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neei!
Temple Menorah
Has Art Auction
Temple Menorah was to hold
an art auction on Thursda)
evening. March 2~ A wine and
cheese preview was to begin at
7 id p.m., followed by the
auction at 8:30p m
Marnta Srebnick and Hilda
Peljovich were chairmen
The auction wa- to be con
ducted by Art America and held
in the ballroom of Temple
Menorah. Miami Meach.
I
Rich Brown
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ARMDI Appoints Schwartz Director
as
hmanuel Celler. chairman of program director of the Mem-
i ard of the American Red phis. (Tenn.) Jewish Community
vi en David for Israel (AR- l
vim i announced the ap-
pointment of Robert L. Schwartz
Trector of the Southeast
n,mn.t.f AKMDI.consistinRof
S states of Florida Georgia.
Mabama. Tennessee M.SS.SS.PP.
:,'| North and South Carolina.
Center, where he also acted
staff supervisor.
Schwartz will be responsible
for the development of new
ARMDI Chapters, the servicing
of the existing ARMDI chapters
in the Southeast District, public
relations, programming and fund
raising. He is a resident of
Pembroke Pines, and is married
to the former Sally Cohen of
Savannah. Ga. The Schwartzes
have two children.
Dr. Kronish to Speak at U of M
Dr. Ronald Kronish will Judaic Studies Lecture Series,
discuss "The Problem of Jewish
Identity in the State of Israel" on A lecturer at the Center for
Thursday. April 3, at 8 p.m. in Jewish Education in the
Hrockway Lecture Hall of the Diaspora at the Hebrew
Otto G. Richter Library at the University in Jerusalem. Dr.
University of Miami. Kronish received his Ph.D. from
The free public lecture is Harvard and was ordained as a
sponsored by the University's rabbi i i 1973.__________________
and
The
S'l'1' North Miami Beach.
district office will be
16499 NE 19th Ave..
Schwartt, a native of New
Means, La., holds a BA degree
from .he University of New
Orleans and a master s degree in
gocial work/from the University
0f Pittsburgh.
x gocial vw.rk officer in the
. s vrmv Medical Corps from
lotfj w 1970, Schwartz has since
Mrwi BS executive director of
lhl. I, a.-ton Auburn. Maine
wish Community Center and
[Jewish Federation; Iranch
director of the Hollywood Jewish
Community Center; program
. the Kl Paso. (Texas)
i immunity I enter;
and
Children Prepare
Holocaust Mural
Schoolchildren from Jewish
religious and day schools
throughout Dads County now
busily, preparing a series of
murals depicting their image of
the Holocaust
The exhibition of the mural is
but one element ol a community
remembrance ol that dark
d m Jewish history, a
mbrance which will
culminate on Sundaj evening.
Vpril 11. at Holocaust Day I960
observances at the Miami Beach
rheatei ol the Performing Arts
,ii 7:30 p.m
Herbert Gruber
is helping bring the
dream within reach for
1600 elderly In Dade County
who receive a hot Kosher meal
every day.
rhe dream is within Jr^t
reach. If we reach out ^ ^
her to help r^
lot .uer Miami Jewish Federation
i omblned Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
l.''i(>n,s,.vne Blvd Miami 33137
no
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