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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and [HI JfWISH WfflCir
=1 Number 17
THREE SECTIONS
Miami, Florida Friday, April 25, 1980
By Mail M Cants
Price 35 Cents

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ti\H.Hl HIS Her camera a poet's vieu
Two Years Since
Dcatlt of Poet
|B> JENNIFER ARENSTEIN
A nature photographer seeks
those ran- spots that
Umanity has not ravaged, where
lildlift pursues its peaceful life
It- This i- why (iail Kubin
!< alone on the beech at
la agan \l hael, s(,uthof Haifa.
parth. .... tal road to Tel Aviv.
Mai 11. 197H.
} birds on their
P migratory routes.
| On th.it day, the unthinkable
Jappeni'd Arab terrorists
liddenly appeared on shore in a
boat and after asking her
loom their whereabouts.
fturdered (.ail Rubin ruthlessly
More going ,, l() perpetrate for
Jit next four hours the worst
porisf .niik m Israeli history.
paving M dead and 80 wounded
GAIL RUBIN had been drawn
Israel by the richness of the
In Fin/and
"It seemed exotic, yet out of
character, suffering humanity.
yet. Wan, keroe*, commando
rokU, ladnesa And eternal.
beautiful, somber Jerusalem Hut
thousands of pelicans in Isratir
From OaURubin's
u ritings on Israel
wildlife to be studied and
photographed She frequented
the nature rMWVM, such as Fin
(iedi at the Dead Sea. where she
waited tirelessly by the hour in
carefully-constructed blinds for
the graceful Nubian ibex to
appear, the mountain goat so
often mentioned in the Bible.
Through her love of these Biblical
animals she fell in love with the
Bible itself. A friend who came
across (Jail's Bible after her
Continued on Page 8-A
Back in Jerusalem
Begin Stays Cool
On Weizman Ploy
VYeuman Rocks Israel 2-A
Sue. I,less a,id Light 12-A
Jerusalem Forever l.'f-A
Settlements Continue 15-A
JERUSALEM \t
least for a little while, on
his return home, Prime
Minister Begin departed
from ha\ ing to pay single-
minded attention to the
furor en ited by Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman *s
call for new elections during
Begin's I wo-da) talks with
President Carter.
Begin responded here this
week to comments he made on
\iu rV's program. Issues and
Answers, taped m Blair House in
Washington He repeated his
assertion that the United States
should have conventional
military forces in the Middle
Easl
Especially, the Prime Minister
emphasized that "If you want
facilities in our country, we shall
put them at your disposal."
BEGINS OBSERVATIONS
were in reaction to the hostage
crisis in Iran and the Soviet
assault upon Afghanistan. "I
think." he said, "the United
States must now consider very
carefully to have conventional
tones on the spot, not to bring
them from afar in time of crisis."
Asked by interviewer Barbara
Walters. "What about U.S.
forces in Israel, based in Israel?"
the Prime Minister responded:
Well. I said always to our
American friends, we are allies,
and if you want facilities in our
country, we shall put them at
\our disposal. I would recom-
mend it to the Israeli govern-
ment. I can only speak on my
own behalf."
In Jerusalem. Begin clarified
his comments on the ABC-TV
program. He was not going to
give the U.S. advice on whether
or not to use military force to get
the hostages out of Teheran. "We
feel so deeply for the American
people. I understand the
American people wanting the 50
Pi '-., Minister H
men. with their loving mothers
and wives, to be back home. I
understand it perfectly well. If
force is used, maybe the majority
of them, perhaps all of them, will
be killed.
"I wouldn't give any advice to
use force at the price of the li\> B
ol the hostages I would nol give
men a.i\ice
Bl I I Ills, ; ruin m the
main issui si hand briel
Responding to questii ns by-
reporters here on the rom
i ontroveraj aroused b>
Defense Minister Weizman's call
for new elections, Begin declared
that he would certain!) nof re-
shuffle his Cabinet in order I I
oust V\ eizman.
An Israeli Prime Minister can
Continued on Page 1 \
TV Warnings
Sadat Says He's
Flexible on Date
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAl -
Sen. Henry Jackson (D.. Wash.)
and former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger strongly warned
here against moves that would
establish a Palestinian state.
Kissinger suggested quick
negotiations for an agreement
tx'tween Israel and Jordan that
would forestall a Palestinian
state that he and Jackson saw as
disastrous tor Israel.
Sen Frank Church (D., Idaho)
specifically warned against
attempts to pressure Israel into
surrendering positions essential
to her nationhood, "including
settlements
APPEARING ON the CBS
TV program. Face the Nation,
Church was asked whether the
Arab nations would "sell us
enough oil" if. when Begin is in
Washington, "we don't put some
kind of pressure for a solution in
the Middle East." The Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
chairman replied:
"You know, that is another
notion that just makes me
wonder about the state of reality
in this capital. When it comes to
protecting their vital interests,
the Israelis will not bend to
pressure Now. if we can
demonstrate to Israel that the
US. will stand with them in the
future, as we have in the past,
and there is no real basis for
concern that they will be left
isolated and alone, that is the
way we can influence them the
best, and in the past they have
gone quite far to get peace."
Asked. "Is your answer no?"
Continued on Page 3-A
Events Show Arab Boycott Includes Jews
> London Chronicle Syndicate
It has now become clear from
* actions of Iraqi officials in
[inland that the Arab boycott
pmpaign against Israel is also
Mmed against Jews, not Israel
JJW Zionists" alone, as Iraq and
rner Arab countries have always
Maintained
The Times of London has
reported that the Iraqis had sent
documents marked "strictly con-
fidential" to Finnish companies
doing business with Iraq,
demanding the names of
directors and managers.
The documents also asked: "Is
there any person in the above
who is a Zionist or a Jew?"
ONE OF the documents was
signed by Saleh Mehdi Amash.
the Iraqi Ambassador in Hel-
sinki, but it is not known whether
the documents were drafted on
his initiative, or whether they
constitute part of a new world-
wide campaign.
Earlier. Amash. who became
Iraq's Ambassador to Finland in
1975. following his transfer from
Moscow, where he had been
Ambassador since 1972, had been
accused of heavy usage of the
trade lever against Finland and
Finnish companies.
Continued on Page 9-A


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Background
Weizman Bid Rocks Begin Coalition
Bv DAVID LANDAl
And YITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA)------
Defense Minister Ezer Weizman
shook the political establishment
by announcing on television that
he favored holding early elec-
tions. He told a panel of inter-
viewers that early elections
would help the national morale.
He aknowledged that he himself
would like to be Prime Minister
one day "1 would like to be
able to implement the things I
i believe in" but said that in
view of the Israeli political party
constellation his chances were
not very realistic.
Weizman said he favored
advancing the elections so that
"the nation of Israel may decide
now which way it wants its
government to go." In view ol
the dissatisfaction and low
morale in the country, the
elections should be held in about
six months, he said. The
minimum period under law be-
tween the dissolution of the
Knesset and the holding of elec-
tions is 100 days.
THE ELECTIONS. Weizman
continued, would help bring
about a "public and ideological
shake-up. and help pull the
nation out of the slough of
despondency in which, to an
extent, it finds itself today, and
to put the nation on the high
road."
His answer to a question as to
whether he would be prepared to
serve as Defense Minister under a
Labor government headed by
Shimon Peres waa that if he could
serve the nation in the future "in
one way or another," he would do
so.
"I will consider first and
foremost what is good for the
nation, and I will also consider
what is good for me." Weizman
acknowledged that he had indeed
considered resigning in the past,
but he would decide on such a
watershed in his career if and
when he feels he has come to a
"crossroad."
ANSWERING another ques
tk>n. he said he had not co-
ordinated in advance his state-
ment favoring early elections
either with Prime Minister Begin
or with Deputy Prime Minister
Simcha Ehrlich. the Liberal
Party leader who is considered
Weizman s strongest political
ally. Ehrlich. nevertheless, said
he' had not been surprised by
Weizman's statements. "He
simply spelled out the opinions
we knew he held. I admire his
courage." Ehrlich commented.
He added that he "understood'
Defense Minister Weizman
Weizman's desire to be Prime
Minister one day.
However. another Liberal
Party leader. Leon Dulzin. who
was in Paris for a two-day
meeting of the presidium of the
Brussels Conference on Soviet
Jewry. told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he "de-
pored" Weizman's announce-
ment.
He said. "It is wrong to
criticize the government while
the Prime Minister is engaged in
difficult negotiations." He said
"new elections should not be held
now." Dulzin added that he
thought Weizman would make
"an excellent" Prime Minister
and "I hope he will lead us (the
Likud) one day to victory. But
now is not the time for such a
change in the country's
leadership."
ASKED IF he feared early
elections, Weizman replied:
"That is not the important thing.
What is important is what is
good for the people." Asked if he
would go to early elections on the
Likud ticket, he said that would
"depend on how things will work
out and what path the Likud
chooses for itself."
Would he join a centrist bloc?
Weizman answered that at
present he was a member of
Herut. and if the Likud followed
a different path, he would remain
within it. If not his member-
ship was conditional.
The question regarding his
possible membership in a centrist
bloc was perhaps the most
significant in terms of Israel's
political future. Some pundits
here have long predicted the
evolution of such a bloc, which
would include Weizman and a
number of Liberals and other
Likud moderates, together with
segments of what are now the
Democratic Movamant, Shai. the
Independent Liberals, and
perhaps others such as loner
Moshe Davan. once Weizman s
brother-in-law and still his good
friend.
Weizman's announcement on
early elections came as a stun-
ning shock to the Likud, par-
ticularly to the Herut wing of
which the Defense Minister is a
member. The Herut Knesset
faction as a whole was to be
called into special session im-
mediately after Independence
Day to consider Weizman's
remarks. the executive's
statement said.
into special session immediately
after Independence Day to
consider Weizman's remarks, the
executive's statement said.
Faction chairman Haim Kauf
man hinted that the statement
was deliberately "restrained"
because the members wanted to
give Weizman a chance for
"dialogue. If such a dialogue
proved impossible, though, the
Defense Minister ought to draw
the conclusions and resign."
Kaufman said Weizman's
support of early elections and his
criticism of the government's
functioning was especially
inappropriate, the statement
noted, at this time when the
Prime Minister was abroad on a
vital national mission.
BUT PERES dubbed Weiz-
man's announcement "brave and
patriotic." immediately fueling
the rampant speculation that he
and Weizman have evolved some
sort of quiet political under-
standing regarding future co-
operation in a new government-
Labor faction deputy chairman
Danny Rosolio said Weizman in
effect had expressed his non-
confidence in the government in
which he served. The Labor
faction would submit a non-
confidence motion as soon as the
Knesset reconvened. Rosolio
said. Peres, for his part, said the
required Knesset majority for the
dissolution of the House and the
holding of early elections seemed
to be forming
In the Democratic Movement,
which has long been teetering on
the brink of secession from the
government, leading members
predicted that Weizman's
dramatic statement would
heavily influence opinion when
the party's central committee
meets at months end.
k
Begin Back Home
Stays Cool on Weizman Challenge
Continued from Page 1-A
resign and reform the govern-
ment without a minister whom he
doesn't want. But then the resig-
nation of the Prime Minister
means the resignation of the
whole Cabinet. Why should I
bring down the Cabinet because
gof a certain radio interview (by
JJWeirman)?"
vS The television interview oc-
Scurred on a program called
Moked ("Focus." in Hebrew)
whild Begin was in Washington.
On his return home here. Begin
declared. "Give me an op-
portunity to think," when
reporters asked him how he felt
about Weizman's call for new
elections at the very moment that
he was engaged in discussion
I with President Carter on the
T sensitive autonomy question. Hi
* declined to say anything else
until he had the time to study the
interveiw "in toto."
BEGINS SUBSEQUENT
effort to cool the hot waters of
controversy was not helped
meanwhile in New York, where
President Carter's Middle East
peace negotiator, Sol Linowitz.
said over the weekend that what
is needed is "some give and take"
in the autonomy talks. Who
should give and who should take
was not made clear during his
appearance on the CBS-TV
program, Face the Nation.
"I don't think it's going to be
productive to try to flex muscles
or use pressure on Mr. Begin in
order to get him to adopt a
position which we believe is in
Israel's own interests," Linowitz
declared.
He noted that "What we are
hoping for is that there will be
sufficient progress that they
(Begin and President Sadat of
Egypt) will want to continue the
negotiations. I think that's
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both of them want to be sure that
they are on a course that
promises success."
LINOWITZ remarks were in
response to a question on the
May 26 target date, which he said
will be exceeded if Begin and
Sadat are "convinced that
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Carter Invites Peres to U.S. for Talks
HISALEM President
"hawked Labor Party
i Shinv-n Peres to talks
it White House. Israel
EL disclosed It said the
Uould concentrate on the
Lv The TV add6d
[such an invitation to an
Lion leader Ml extremely
said the Carter-Peres
ine had been arranged by
"fm Evron, Israel's
fassador to the U.S.
ver a Foreign Ministry
^ Ikdp. of the Ambassador's
I; in thi- matter and no
that the meeting would
place
w M>Kh Jewish
k, part of a series ol
chool : designed
mi,- :: racial and
ii city, was
y, pnH here at a
lion .n < Hall. The
am. which was launched
running to Apr
\,.> ) rl Stati Utorney
^rai H ims, who is
nan ol lewish Heritage
Mated that the program
town mi'n successful with
i passing year with 750.000
nts having participated in
pnngot
|rcording to Abrams. who
jsted the idea of the week
he was Bronx Borough
em. the function of the
s of events is to break down
racial harriers in many
>ls by giving students a
*r understanding of their
bus types of peers.
EL AVIV Pvt. Stephen
n. 21, of tiahvay. Ireland.
i died in a Haifa hospital of
Inds he received during a
nish in south Lebanon 10
! ago. bequeathed a gift of life
l"0 Israelis At the request of
parents, his kidneys were
ated for transplant.
he recipients. Miriam Khatib.
6-year-old Arab high school
ifrom a village in Galilee, and
Nechai LieboviU, a 37-year-
[Jewish salesman from Haifa.
suffering from kidney
nents, were rushed to
nbam Hospital where
(Reons successfully performed
two transplant operations
tly after i; riff in died.
he young Irish soldier was a
fnber of the Irish contingent of
M-mted Nations Interim Force
I Lebanon il'NIFILl which
phed with Maj. Saad Haddads
ptian militia on Apr. 7.
ferely wounded, he was flown
SB
Shimon Pwrmt
to Ramoam Hospital and placed
in an intensive care unit He died
after nine days without regaining
consciousness
BONN A delegation of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion is currently visiting Bonn in
an attempt to influence public
opinion in favor of an anti-Israel
initiative by the European
Economic Community (EEC).
spearheaded by the West Ger-
man government. The move
would legitimize the PLO and
give it a role in the Middle East
peace process.
The delegation met with
members of the three political
parties represented in the
Bundestag. It was the first such
meeting ever held here, and it
drew a strong protest from the
Vice President of the Bundestag.
Anne-Marie Kenger, who is a
prominent member of the ruling
Social Democratic Party (SPD).
Renger stressed that the
meeting was not approved by the
SPD's parliamentary faction
although some members of that
party along with pro-PLO
members of the Free Democratic
Party, and the opposition Chris-
tian Democratic Party were
responsible for the invitation to
the PLO delegates.
KIAMESHA LAKE. N.Y. -
A rabbinical leader told more
than 400 Conservative Jewish
educators that they were too
modest about their importance in
safeguarding Jewish survival
through Jewish education in the
1980 decade That evaluation was
made at the 28th annual con-
vention here of the Jewish
Educators Assembly by Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg.
The Assembly Ls made up of
principals and educational
directors serving in Conservative
congregational religious schools
and in day schools. The con-
vention delegates were called on
to start a "rescue and survival
operation by Hertzberg. rabbi of
Temple Emanuel in F.nglewood.
N.J.. and former president of the
American .I.-wish Congress
JERUSALEM The Iranian
authorities have imposed
restrictions on travel abroad
which may turn tens of
thousands of Iranian Jews into
homeless refugees or force them
to return to Iran, according to
Likud MK Moshe Katzev. head
of the organization or Iranian
Jewish immigrants in Israel
According to Katzev. the new
regulations require Jews who
wish to leave Iran for limited
periods to appoint a guarantor
responsible responsible for their
return. Should they not return,
the guarantor would be subject to
legal proceedings.
Jews who want to emigrate
from Iran are free to do so but
must leave behind all of their
wealth, property, large sums of
cash and household and personal
items such as electrical ap-
pliances and jewelry, Katzev
said. He said Jews wishing to
leave permanently have a dif-
ficult time selling their property
and. in any case are unable to
take the proceeds of the sale with
them.
NEW YORK The Soviet
Union has confused Western
scientists by refusing to grant
visas to 19 Western scientists
hoping to attend an unofficial
scientific conference in Moscow
while granting them to 24 others.
Three American scientists and
one Soviet emigrant, speaking at
a press conference here said they
did not understand why Soviet
authorities denied seven
Americans and 12 French
scientists permission to go to the
USSR to participate in the fourth
annual Conference on Collective
Phenomena which is sponsored
by a group of Moscow refusnik
scientists.
The conference was held in the
r. K., Church Against Palestinian State
Loniinued fmm Page 1-A
Th Wponded: "My answer
you cannot pressure the
int.. giv mg up items that
'regard as essential to their
P."1 as a free and in.
ndentnanon And therefore.
Influence is best exercised
ferrr ar'' sensitive their
Civ0?1; aPPea"ng on
s Meet the Press, was
I whether he would use his
P *"h Begin to "per-
J ksa to change his set-
SL rpo,icy" which,
"dent Carter and Sadat and
ESS.*6** of I~li
II agree is "an obstacle to
fc1Jep'ied: M| think *
SS* a*rious mistake in
^Phasumg the iwue of
Efctsa, but he said "clearly
"njhas.nghttoaettleinthe
iLv J?* That back
Jackson added that "the key
issue here is not the set-
tlements.'- but "defensible
borders." He continued: "If you
have a completely sovereign and
independent Palestinian state on
the West Bank, obviously you
run a dagger into the heart of the
State of Israel. No way it can
survive. And soon they (the
Palestinians) could enter into a
sovereign state. invite the
Russians in. That's the end of
Israel.
"SO THE issue should be how
do you provide for local par-
ticipation in government in the
West Bank, and at the same time
give to the State of Israel the
security responsibility, to have
defensible borders. Now that is
the heart of it. And I regret that
it has become a key issue on the
part of some of the Israelis. And
it's a mistake."
Addressing some 360
American, Canadian and British
Jews behind closed doors last
Saturday night. Kissinger said
that a Palestinian state would be
a disaster for Israel and the
Middle East, for it would be
another radical state tied to Iran.
The Middle East, he said, is near
collapse today and the only hope
is rapid negotiations between
Israel and Jordan, which would
result in the transfer of Arab
population and permit Israel to
retain its security.
He advised that the U.S.
provide the credibility to give
backup to Jordan, noting that in
the last few years Jordan had no
reason to trust U.S. words and
support He did not elaborate on
the meaning of transfer.
KISSINGER spoke at a dinner
at the Kennedy Center sponsored
by the American Committee for
the Weizmann Institute of
Science. Reporters were barred
from the dinner, but the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency was able to
obtain the gist of his remarks
from among those attending.
other refusnik scientists, most off
whom are Jewish, was expelled/
from his job in the official Soviet
science system because of his
attempt to emigrate. Cut off from
access to research institutes and
scientific journals, Brailovsky
and other dissident scientists
Moscow living room of one of its I first organized the "refusnik
founders. Viktor Brailovsky, a I seminar" in 1972 as a way to keep
Jewish activist and cybematic I abreast of the latest scientific
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What is a Jew?
Weizman, John Wayne Part
The recent decision by the Small Business
Administration to reject an application to designate
the 100,000 to 150,000 Hasadim in the United States
as "a socially and economically disadvantaged
group" on the grounds that it would be a violation of
the Constitutional requirement of separation of
church and state was an example of bureaucratic nit-
picking.
The Hasidim are, of course, a definite religious
group. But they were not asking for federal funds for
their yeshivas, but as special designation as a
minority group. The SB A readily admits that the
evidence was overwhelming that Hasadim experience
prejudice and discrimination in employment. The
SBA did try to mitigate its decision by noting that
"it is frankly anticipated that the typical Hasidic
entrepreneur will have little difficulty in establishing
his or her social disadvantage."
The difficulty the Hasidim are undergoing with
the SBA is one that Hasidim and other poor Jews
have been experiencing in other areas where Jews
have sought to be included among the disadvantaged
minorities entitled to federal aid. It is also part of a
larger issue which will eventually have to be dealt
with by the entire American Jewish community.
Benefits and Conflicts
Jews have found greater freedom, equality and
prosperity in the United States, despite dis-
crimination, partly because of the separation of
church and state. In the countries from which they
came they were not considered true citizens even
though they had lived there for hundreds and even
thousands of years. But in the U.S., Jews have
always been officially considered just another
religion.
This conflict is becoming more urgent because of
the question of Israel, because of the problems of the
large number of poor Jews and because many Jews
have become part of the American trend toward
ethnic pride.
In Israel, the argument is over "Who is a Jew."
American Jewry will have to come to grips with
"What is a Jew."
Rabbi Landau's Retirement
Beth David Congregation must bear with
equanimity Rabbi Sol Landau's decision ton ire as
spiritual leader in July of 1982.
On the one hand, it is a blow to the congregation
that the Rabbi will be giving up the pulpit in order to
engage in research, lecturing and writing.
On the other, Beth David has a reprieve of two
and a half years to get used to the idea of losing their
esteemed spiritual leader even to such fine
scholarly endeavor as Rabbi Landau anticipates.
During this time, the congregation will also be
able to take solace from the twin symbolism of Rabbi
Landau's retirement occasion: the 70th anniversary
in 1982 of Beth David as Miami's pioneer con-
gregation; and Rabbi Landau's 18th [chai) year in
the congregation's pulpit.
Rabbi Landau's departure defines his decision,
as he puts it, to assess "my own priorities and life
goals." But for Beth David, the occasion will evoke a
sense of sadness that their spiritual leader has
departed.
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Friday. April 25. 1980 9IYAR5740
Volume".! Number 17
WE WERE still children back
in 1955. or thereabouts. Though
we had been through the Big
War. the world was still shiny for
us because our country had led
the free in a crusade of ideals
against the Nazi forces of
Moloch, and the ideals triumphed
and prevailed
In those days, the days of
children and of ideals, isn't that
how it always happened? It was
only in the last half-decade before
his death, when John Wayne was
still making movies in remem-
brance of these things past, that
they had grown to seem naive
and" anachronistic, and he along
with them, a Don Quixote, a
courtly lover, when courts had
long since given way to com-
puterized nerve centers and love
to lust, the pure gymnastics of
passion.
ANYWAY, back in 1955. or
thereabouts, the Miami publicist
Gerald Schwartz bought a
flaming red Packard convertible,
one-of the last of the breed of that
car. with pushbutton everything.
including transmission: you
simply dialed whether you
wanted to go forward, and in
what gear ratio, or backward;
and the Packard obliged.
Well, into town barnstormed a
jet-fighter cowboy named John
Wayne would surely have ad-
mired, a knight of the skies All
chivalrous was he. filled with the
virtues of maidenhood and death
to the Arab enemy who denied
his new country' tne "eT"1 t
peaceful existence.
Ezer Weizman was his name,
and he wore his wings with the
panache of the Americancolonists
HAPPY &M* BMQHPptf I
:::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::
::::::::::::::::::::::::::
who once new tk*.
embUzoned b.nn^
irmly-threatening legaJ*J
tread on me Wll
that brand new red !1
convertible parked ouujl
offices of The j,u.uh J?J
and took off around theM
downtown Miami as tf |?
piloting his French
against the latest Arab i
Pressing every cone*.
button he could findli
transmiss.on console
anything else automata
caught his eye. so that m
and windshield-wipers ^
suddenly took on a life ofd
own. he jetted toward Fm
Street, banked and roll
screecrun^ t irrs to circle B
Boulevard. shouting
imprecations all thewav
He was a discoverer
days, a chalui; of thel ,
those good days, the d3
grace and awe. when vouJ
the uruverse in its fist portunity. when free ran,
not yet enslaved by freei
who are fools
Now. Ezcr Weizman u|1
leader Men are salves. inda|
fool. He would not stepi
flaming red Packard today
too busy betraying, too
undercutting at the very i
that his l'rime Minute]
negotiating with a
with tiro Presidents aganitj
very death of his country
THERE ARE no more _
not even in Israel, no seutl
honor in Weizman. and sort!
all. there ls no sense of hunotj
elicited from him the
shouts of imprecation m |
flaming rv a century ago
Not he. no it is not he i
age has made the Don
but Menachem Begin
Weizman betrayed for a hi
of gutter politics He has
older with the cancerous(,
of history not older with.
sensitive growth of tune. Hit
changed, modified his soul ui
his new appetites
It is not that na
challenged Begin that
Continued on Page 1J-A
British Role in Mideast Recalled
Do you desire a reliable
refresher couse on the Holy
Land? Would you care to learn
anew which British leaders have
stood for the rebirth of a
homeland for Jews on sacred soil
and which opposed the
emergence of the modem State of
Israel? Have you wondered how
prominent and effective was the
anti-Jewish role played by Haj
Amin al Husseini, the Mufti of
Jerusalem, a pen pal of Adolf
Hitler?
These dozens of other key
inquiries are answered brilliantly
by Nicholas Bethell. able British
historian and a member of the
European Parliament. His book,
published by Putnam, is The
Palestine Triangle: The Struggle
for the Holy Land, 1935-48"
LORD BETHELL has had the
advantage of fresh access after
30 years of secrecy to British
Cabinet documents. He has
researched the diaries and files of
the British Foreign Office, the
British War Office, the records of
the Colonial Office, the papers of
Prime Ministers' offices. Zionist
Archives, and the National
Archives in Washington. Eight
years ago there came from his
pen a book entitled The War
Hitler Won.
Now his Palestine Tnangle
might have been called "The
Wars The Jewish People Lost
had it all been left to Arabs in
revolt. Hitler's agents. Arabistfl
in the U.S. State Department,
and to certain British func-
tionaries who loathed the
assignment of trying to keep
Jews and Arabs from opposition
throats.
A word is in order also about
the Triangle Britain, the Jews,
and the Arabs. At times, as
Nicholas Bethell sets it down, it
could have been a rectangle,
considering the central role
played by Hitler's Reich as it
went about its bestial business
embodied by the word.
Holocaust. And towards the close
of this honest and edifying work,
one has a vision of a pentagon,
the fifth participant is the hungry
Russian bear, eager to wedge its
way into the Middle East.
FOR MOSCOW, anxious to
embarrass England, cast one of
the crucial votes when Israel was
admitted by the United Nations.
The Russians went on from there
in opposite course to become one
of Israel's most bitter enemies.
On his wide canvas. Bethell
does justice to Winston Chur
chill, a staunch Zionist until his
dear friend, l-ord Walter M
was cut down by the Stan)
embittered b) that
secretary's harsh words
Jews clamoring to get
Palestine and by hisrorBl
tragic voyage of t he Struna
The writer offers
authentic remarks of
Bevin. who advised theJfflJ
learn a better morality by i
the Koran. Clement Atuee
scolded the lews for try*"
get to the head of thequew
British minster in
Charles Bateman. who
both Jews and Arabs loath**"]
AND IN HIS
chapter on the Lttdui
reminds us that Bevin.
out to make an examp*
ship by obliging her to r*i
French port. wwfl
dramatic and heroic ett
reach the homeland w
infamous traffic Most:o_
world was shocked **-|
Bethell MM in Britain i
of the Exodua "
calculated inhumanity
Step by ;iep,'hJ*jJ
historian details tw I
Commission work. *."J
struggle over '"^jjj.ajf
the course run
American Commissn
UN Special O-mmi*** ^
Palestine
As the British Emp*
Continued on Pad* I A


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Sartre Defended Israel to His End
By EDWIN EYTAN
.RIS (JTAI -
l.Pa'ul Sartre, the
|ch philosopher who
Wed tho Western in-
Kual world for several
L died here at the
of 74 A humanist, a
L and a political ac-
I, he had always been
]v interested in
[jim and fought some
h,. battles in favor of
cuted Jews. In recent
H however, and
tially since his trip to
Jon the eve of the Six-
-War. lit' also backed
[simian demands for
detenu mat ion.
L were three people at his
Lie when hi- died as a result
Umonan edema his com-
ln Simon, de Beauvoir. his
led daughter Arlette
ivam. and B cloM friend and
It* biographer, Liliane
fact that two out of three.
Lughter and Siegal. are Jews
nbolic of his lifelong pre-
ation some say obsession
rith the Jewish problem.
ia- ,i I'ri estant
ifTED IM() the French
in 1940 a- a private, he
Kvcral years a-* a HOW in
any He eventually escaped
Iforprtl papers and joined the
\h resistance movement.
[inthe POW camp, he spent
lime reading the works of
Ban philosophers but also
ged t obtain a first-hand
pledge of Nazism and its
U-
ortly after (he war. in 1946.
published Thoughts <>n the
/ which he later
ntci ill ing i he Mack
pcan writer Richard Wright
re !- no Black
i-m in the S( at ea There is a
i
[cording ti Sartre, the sauna
lews It was not that)
a problem but those
! them In hia
orah Scrolls
Restored
V* YORK UtAl Two
elation-- in Memphis. Tenn
In my to restore four Torah
lls found in a river after
llaries al the synagogues
I four were among six stolen
Anahei Sphard-Beth El
h lOrthodox) and Beth
Pm Synagogue (Con-
lUvel late Jan. 26 or early
I it
la telephone interview with
[Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
^ Israel, vice president of
shofem, said the Torahs
[recovered in the Wolf River
'lemphis. after a hunter
PWWd one of them in the
P A search of the area led to
"Discovery of the other three
| part of a fifth.
HE TORAHS still had their
FJgB hut the silver or-
Pwre apparently taken
* thieves. Israel said. Three
" lorahs were from Beth
n and the other form
lias one lorah missing.
.,! ,Edmund Winter, of
' J>holom. told the JTA that
Inm s>.na05u are trving to
H the scrolls. He said the
ftment is brittle, and some of
"K has run. He said one* the
mLf! dry lhev wiU oe
n"d by a halachic expert
iLi, ugh he believed
^all.v they will have to be
]g to New York to be
book, Sartre went one step
further claiming that a Jew is
someone considered as such by
anti-Semites.
SARTRES INTEREST with
everything concerning Jews
continued. In most of his books
or plays, the Jewish theme was
somewhere present even if only
hinted at By the late 1960s, his
interest spread to Israel. He
backed Israel to the hilt, and
tvtn after his \ is.it to Israel in
early 1967 he supported Israel's
preemptive strike Each country
has the right to defend itself in
the way it thinks best suitable.
he told friends at the time
He denounced Soviet ami
Semitism in spite of his leftist
leanings Throughout the years
both Sartre and de Beauvoir were
active in all campaigns on behalf
of persecuted Jews whether in the
Soviet Union. Syria or Ethiopia.
A few years ago. while already
half-blind and plagued by various
serious diseases, he was still
always ready to personally
demonstrate in favor of human
and Jewish rights wherever they
might be in danger.
Simultaneously, and some say
paradoxically, Sartre drew nearer
to the Palestinian cause. A
special 400-page issue of his
review, Modern Times, devoted
to the Israeli-Arab conflict.
presented a bright image of Israel
but also pleaded for Palestinian
rights
IN RECENT years, while
avoiding public statements OH
this subject he privately told
friends and admirers that Israel
should recognize Palestinian
rights to self-determination
During these last few years
Sartre regularly met with Arab
intellectuals but also kept in
contact with many Jews and
many Zionists A prolific writer
of novels, plays, cinema scripts,
philosophic essays and news-
paper articles. Sartre was best
known as the father of Existen-
tialism a fame which he
ab ho red and which he always
stressed had nothing in common
with his actual teachings.
He also loathed public honors
and recognition and in 1964
turned down the Nobel Prize for
literature.
Egypt's Jerusalem Rule
Causes Concern in Israel
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel has taken a "very
serious" view of the reso-
lution adopted by the
Egyptian parliament de-
claring Hast Jerusalem to
be part of the West Bank.
Political sources here said it
did not contribute to the
peace process and could
jeopardize the autonomy
talks.
The resolution, adopted unani-
mously by the People s Council in
Cairo, called for the participation
by East Jerusalem residents in
the elections for an adminis-
trative council that would be the
self-governing authority on the
Wast Bank under the autonomy-
plan. It also proposed that the
council have its seat in East
Jerusalem It declared null and
void'" all measures taken by
Israel to change the demographic
composition of East Jerusalem
which it annexed in 1967.
PRIME MINISTER Menchem
Begin was reportedly consulting
with Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir on an appropriate re-
action to the Egyptian
resolution One proposal is a
unanimous statement by the
Knesset. supported by the
coalition and opposition factions.
reaffirming the status of Jeru-
salem as ,ui undivided cit> and
t In capital of I srael.
Labor Party chairman Shimon
Peres sharply criticized the
Egyptian action He said it
contradicted the (amp David
accords and that he could not
understand why such a resolution
was initiated by the Egyptians
on the eve ot President Anwar
Sadat's trip to Washington to
meet with President Carter and
Begin s meet ing with Carter
The Egyptian motivation was
a source of speculation Some
Israeli circles saw it as an at-
tempt to bring the subject of
Jerusalem's future status into
the autonomy talks through the
"back door.'' Israel has made it
clear that it will not discuss
Jerusalem in anv context.
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TEL AVIV (JTA) withholding visas from Jews in
Joseph Shapira. head of the those areas of the Soviet Union
Jewish Agency's Youth Aliya where the dropout rate is highest
Department, proposed that Israel In an interview on Israel Kadio.
fight the dropout problem by Shapira noted that the dropout
Jews from to settle in other countries.
I-eningrad. Odessa. Kiev and principally the United States.
Kharkov is almost 100 percent. once they reach \ lenna. Shapira
collectively since
known in hc.
d.vidual J,-*s Al]i ^1
However, he said, Israel,l
impose a ban on v.
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Deerfield Beach Man
Hits AJComm. On
Settlements Issue
A [Xurfu-ld Beach, Fla.
man has expressed his
hock to the American
Jewish Committee in New
York over a report ml he
Mish Fhridian "about
the warning you issued to
the Israeli government not
to overestimate the support
0f American Jews for its
policies and objecting to
settlements in Hebron.'
In a letter to Richard Maass.
oresident of the American Jewish
Committee. Charles Savitzky
asked Maass whether, "in addi-
tion to the cruel and unjustifiable
pressures from the outside and
antagonistic media coverage.
must Israel now suffer additional
pressure from her own people.
Jews living in America?"
CITING A h wish Telegraphic
Agencv wire story. Savitzky
asked Maass to explain how the
American Jewish Committee can
maintain its position in the face
of the fad that the original
Mandate awarded to Great
Britain at the end of World War I
included the area on both sides of
the Jordan Kiver known as
Palestine
There was no (State of)
Jordan. Savitzky wrote Maass.
I hi- enUre area constituted the
promised homeland of the Jews.
from the Balfour Declaration
on
Furthermore. This Mandate
was .1 solemn international obli-
tStion and trust agreement
between Britain and the 1-eague
il Nations and continued by the
United Nations It assumed the
form (it mteni.it lonal law."
s\ll) SAVITZKY. Britain,
unilateral!) allowed the
creation <>i Jordan in 1922.
Eight) percent of Israel's
promised land was thus severed
to creati an \ral>. Palestinian
There is a Palestinian
todaj Jordan."
In 1948, during the Israeli War
ol Independence, "Jordan in-
and Jordan occupied
territory Judea and
Samaria which did not
belong U> her."
In a reply to Savitzky. Maass
declared that "The American
Jewish Committee in its public
statements has endorsed the
Jewish right to settle anywhere
in the Holy Land, and we have
challenged the State Depart-
ment's assertion that such
settlement is inherently "illegal"
under international law in the
occupied territories."
Added Maass:
"WE HAVE. however,
questioned the wisdom and
prudence of asserting a right to
settlement when it appears that
to do so would harm the peace
process and seriously hurt the
public climate of support for
Israel in the United States. The
specific point that was raised
with our officers at an off-the-
record briefing with the editors of
the Jerusalem Post was our
position on the resettlement of
Jews in five houses in the center
of the Arab community in
Hebron. We decided not to issue
a public statement on the sub-
ject, but American Jewish
Committee Kxecutive Vice
President Bertram Gold pointed
out that we would find it
difficult to defend such a policy
to the American people.
"The question has aroused
much controversy within Israel
itself As the enclosed press
summary points out. Defense
Minister Kzer Weizman. who is in
charge of the normalization of
relation- with Kgypt. has pointed
out that the Israeli rehabitation
of the houses would increase
tontion within the territories and
arouse negative echoes in Cairo
and elsew hire in the world
IN HIS letter to Maass.
Savitzky noted that Israel has
given up BO percent of her
original territory. strategic
military passes, the Alma oil
field-. Sinai and Gaza, air strips
in the south Now (is it to be)
Judea and Samaria (tool to
make a shamble- of her security?
Now Jerusalem (tool?"
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Water May Force Mideast Cooperation
B) JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON U'lAi
\ Carter Administration official
Stressed that the need lor waler
COUld become a caiiM ol con-
flict or "an imperative for co-
operation" between Israel and
Jordan.
Joseph Wheeler, acting ad-
ministrator of the Agency for
International Development, told
the House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee for Europe and the
Middle last that there was only
a fixed and limited supply"' of
water in the area.
"Of particular concern is the
area on both sides of the lower
Jordan River where Israel.
Jordan and the West Rank share
geographically the surface waters
and in part the underground
waters. The usable capacity of
the principal water resource, the
Jordan River, and Us natural
storage reservoir. Lake Tiberias,
have been exploited."
WHEELER, who was the
leadoff witness in the start of
Congressional hearings on
proposed United States foreign
aid for the 1981 fiscal year, was
asked by Bep. Lee Hamilton 11)..
Ind). the subcommittee's chair-
man, which country controls the
waters of the Jordan Kiver. He
replied that Israel has access
above Lake Tiberias, but Syria
and Jordan have some access
to tributaries of the Jordan
River
\\ heeler pointed out that
already, inadequate supply of
water and -.wage capacit) are
creating B major health problem
lor the Jordanian plateau and the
major cities ol Amman and Irbid
where o\ er M) percent ol the Jor-
danian population lives
He said that Jordan plans to
control the Yarmouk Kiver b>
constructing a storage dam at
Maqarin on the border between
Jordan and Syria some lit) miles
From Lake Tiberias.
"WITHIN 20 years or so all
the water will be needed in its
lirst use for urban uses on the
Jordanian plateau." he said
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increasing. Against this back-
ground of regional water shor-
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West Bank. waler resource
questions constitute a major
economic and political issue."'
Wheeler was also asked about
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most difficult case is Irael. lie
-.nil He said attempts have been
made to encourage the resump-
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combat inflation. He did not go
into detail because he was
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Profile
Her Camera Was a Poet's View
Continued from Page 1-A
death described it as "well-
thumbed and earmarked." all
references to wild animals having
been carefully studied.
In a text Gail wrote to ac-
company one of her exhibitions,
she noted. "As the curtains of my
ignorance lifted, an idea hatched
a safari to photograph those
birds and animals mentioned in
the Hebrew Bible, which are still
present in the Holy Land.
"I was not (originally) on
intimate terms with the Hebrew
scriptures. However, after
digging into the source. I was
amazed at the awareness, present
thousands of years ago. of the
same problems which concern us
today, that of the relationship
between man. wildlife, and the
environment. The ancients had
both an appreciation of nature,
the earth and the fullness thereof!
(Deut. 33:16), and an un-
derstanding of the balance
between man and the wild
animal. Cast out these nations
before thee, by little and little,
thou mayest not consume them
quickly, lest the beasts of the
field increase upon thee. (Deut.
7.22)
GAIL RUBIN lived alone in
Herzlia, but would travel
throughout the country, with her
Bible as her guide, seeking the
flora and fauna in which she
found the beauty of the ancient
land. When she died, among her
principal belongings were
camping and hiking gear, and her
cameras.
She came to Israel in 1971 from
New York, where she had grown
up in Manhattan, graduating
from the exclusive Dalton school
and from Finch College. The only
child of Jonathan and Estelle
Gail Rubin lived alone in
Herzlia, but would travel
throughout the country, with
her Bible as her guide,
seeking the flora and fauna
in which she found the
beauty of the ancient land.
When she died, among her
principal belongings were
camping and hiking gear,
and her cameras. She came
to Israel in 1971 from New
York, where she had grown
up in Manhattan.
Rubin. Gail was 39 years old. tall,
red-haired and freckled, and
something of a loner. She found a
home in Israel, where she could
pursue her career, associating
with Jew and Arab alike.
At the time of her death. Gail
Rubin had reached an impressive
and satisfying professional
success. Her work had been pub-
lished in high-ranking photo-
graphic magazines, including
Smithsonian and International
Wildlife. The previous winter she
had had an exhibit at the Jewish
Museum of New York. She was
studying zoology with Prof. H.
Mendelson of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity, who became her good friend,
and had written several articles
of her own.
AN ARTICLE she wrote about
the ibex in Israel includes,
characteristically, quotes from
the Bible: "The high mountains
are for the wild goats" (Psalms
104:18), which refers to Ein Gedi,
or "Spring of the Kid" in
Hebrew; "Knowest thou the time
when the wild goats of the rock
bring forth?" (Job 39:1).
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the efforts of the Israeli govern-
ment to preserve and proliferate
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the animals of the Bible. The
ibex, for example, was saved
from certain extinction at the
hands of local hunters by the
1955 national program of con-
servation.
The nature protection reserves
she mentions in the article were
her favorite spots in Israel the
ll.ii-Mar Reserve in the Arava
desert near Eilat. and the Ein
Gedi Field School. For yet
another exhibition. Gail wrote.
"Gazelles still leap through
Galilee fields, herds of ibex climb
up steep cliffs of Ein Gedi. conies
find refuge under large rocks, and
vultures swoop down over
desolate ravines, just as they did
3.000 years ago."
GAIL WAS killed at the
Ma'agan Michael Reserve, a
station for migratory birds at-
tracted by the neighboring
kibbutz fish ponds.
She bequeathed a legacy in the
form of thousands of slides of
birds, animals, flowers, and the
faces of Bedouin. A book of her
photographs has been published,
accompanied by her own text,
entitled, Psalmist with a Camera.
On the second anniversary of
Gail's death. March 11. 1980. a
new addition to the Ma'agan
Michael Field School, called
"Beit Gail," was dedicated to her
memory, and to the continued
study of the nature and wildlife
she loved.
Beit Gail was built by her
B'nai B'rith Women Past International President Anita
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complete disclosure of all documents, as well w- personal
testimony by all those involved, before the Senatt Foreign
Relations Committee investigating the mistaken U.S <>te at
the United Nations. Needless to say. it hasn't happ,
parents together with the Nature
Protection Society of Israel.
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people, a laboratory for classes,
and a research laboratory.
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nature-lovers entering the
building will be greeted by a
permanent exhibition of 30 of
Gail's photographs, beautifully
enlarged and framed.
ASAEL BEN DAVID, head of
the building division of the
Nature Protection So ety, and
initiator of the memorial project.
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for nature study for the \outhof
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finland Demonstrates
Arab Boycott Also Aimed at Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
\ former general. Amash has
j a rapuilv changing role as a
Umber of the ruling military
tnl.n Iraq since the 1968
Lolution. ..ccupy.ng the offices
IrfVice President, Deputy Prime
M,n,ster and Interior Minister.
wfore being "ent to Moscow.
SO EVIDENCE has yet come
ItoWht "f similar campaign by
Ithe Iraqi- or any other Arab Km-
|bassy in London.
Neither the Foreign Office nor
|the fcnti-Boycott Co-ordinating
Committee (set up by the Anglo-
Israel Chamber of Commerce in
Iconiunetion with other communal
Ibodiesi has so far come across
an\ document which would link
Ithe Iraqi (in\ernment to the anti-
Ijewish laa distinct from the anti-
Israeli Mpecl of the Arab boy
Icott
\ moki -man for the Foreign
[office said that even if such proof
Lere available, it would be a
[matter for the Home Office under
[the existing Kace Rleations Act
[which make> discrimination on
[grounds of ethnic origin a
[punishable offense.
JUSTIN KORNBERG. chair-
man of the Anti Boycott Com-
mittee, told the Jtwish Chronicle
that they would remain very alert
to joy attempt to extend openly
the object K>nable and anti-
Semitic practice of the Arab boy-
Mt to this country.
In the light of the report from
Helsinki 1 would also expect Her
Majesty- GovemiMBt to re-
examine and to act positively
upon the normnendations made
bj ihe Select Committee of the
House of Lords which considered
Lord Byers Foreign Boycotts
Bill, hopetulh supported this
time by the British business
munit> Kornberg stated.
The disclosure in Helsinki.
however, oomi 9 as no surprise to
the opponents of the Arab
boycott
They have known all along
and ha\. protested publicly
that the Arab tx>vcott is directed
not mereK against Israel, but
also against lews, who are some-
times referred to in the
parlance of Arab propaganda
as Zionists or "Zionist sym-
pathisers "
THE ONL\ surprising feature
of the Helsinki affair is that an
Arab Government, or its official
representative in a foreign land.
should themselves provide docu-
mentary proof of involvement.
"Only Saudi Arabia. Kuwait
d some smaller Gulf States
lave more or less publicly
acknowledge-d that, in addition to
jl the restrictions of the boycott
"'Israel, they also operate a
Nkv of anti-Jewish discrim-
ination, especially in regard to
wtr> visas. a matter which.
stnctly speaking, is not an in-
"Pal part of the general boycott.
lL?ss than two years ago. for
"tance. a In.ted States Federal
^PPeal Court held that it was
U established policy of Saudi
*rabia to exclude those of Jewish
"pon. ancestry or identity
*m its boundariee by de-
nominating them 'undesirably
persons anj denying them
IN AN earlier lawsuit some
tf7.B* brought by the
rld Jewish Congress against
1 Arabian American Oil Com
>"n> lAramco), the court was
nnown a letter to the companv
T\! Saudi Knance Minisirv
n'^M""te,l H..Valdirective
P^audi legations t'hat visas for
personnel h,im investment
S,mPan"- wisned to bring into
M Arabia should be issued
provided the companies
undertaking that those
r *nom the visas are requested
e "ot undesirable persons, it
being understood that the un-
desirable persons include the
Jews."
Now that U.S. legislation has
made it mandatory for companies
to report to the Commerce De-
partment any discriminatory
requests, dozens of cases have
come to light involving not only
Qatar and Saudi Arabia, but also
Syria, where invitations to tender
for contracts clearly specify that
'"suspected or Jewish persons''
need not apply.
Britain, too, has had some
celebrated cases of anti-Jew' h
bias within the Arab boycott In
1963. Lord Mancroft. a former
Tory Minister, was forced by
Arab pressure to resign from the
board of the Norwich Union
Insurance group
In 1975, the Jewish merchant
I>.inker-. S. G Warburg and
N. M. Rothschild and Sons, were
excluded from an international
syndicate under Kuwaiti
pressure.
IN THE same year. Miss
Linda Johnson was dismissed
from her job as private secretary
U) an executive of Gulf Oil after
marrying a Jew.
In his testimony before the
Select Committee of the House of
I^)rds. Tom Boardman. president
of the Association of British
Chambers of Commerce, con-
firmed that it was fairly widely
known" that British firms had
lost Arab orders because they
employed Jews or had Jewish
directors on their boards.
In fact, a questionnaire on
exactly the same lines as that
now circulated by the Iraqi
Ambassador in Helsinki was sent
to firms in Britain. Belgium and
Holland some years ago by
regional Arab boycott com-
mittees.
But Arab representatives
and even the Central Arab Boy-
cott Bureau have consistently
denied that Jews as such are also
targets of its operations.
WHEN A. K Al-Mudaris. an
official of the Arab League
seconded to London to act as sec-
retary-general of the Arab
British Chamber of Commerce,
was confronted by the evidence
presented to the Select Com-
mittee, he still maintained that
the boycott does not operate on
a racial basis.
"We know that Jewish people
are on a lot of companies, so we
cannot boycott the (whole) world.
We are cousins of the Jews The
Jewish people lived in the Arab
countries for thousands of years,
so we have no prejudice against
the Jews," he said.
In the light of the disclosure in
Helsinki it is ironic that, some
years ago, the Iraqi Embassy in
Ixindon actually went to the
trouble and cost of publishing
and distributing a special leaflet
to deny that the Arab boycott of
Israel was "inspired by racial
motives."
IT STATED that "Jewish
firms outside Israel receive from
the Arabs the same treatment as
non-Jewish firms Any firm,
irrespective of the race or creed of
its owners, shareholders or
managers, will be able to deal
with Arab countries so long as it
does not breach the regulations of
the Arab boycott of Israel."
Nobody seems to have told the
Iraqi Ambassador to Finland.
Sadat Okays
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JERUSALEM (JTAI -
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accepted in principle an Israeli
plan for land reclamation and
irrigation of some 250.000 acres
in an area south of Fort Said.
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon reportedly told the
Knesset Finance Committee.
ISRAEL RADIO reported
that Sadat would shortly sign the
project which was worked out as
a joint Egyptian-Israeli venture.
Six Israeli engineers took part in
the preparation work for the
project. It was initiated by an
Israeli businessman. Shaul
Eisenberg.
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leaders on this project, and
possibly with Sadat. Prime
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Haaretz that he regards the
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Book Proves
Eichmann Expressed No Regret
By YORAM KESSEL
JERUSALEM Never
did Adolf Eichmann. the
mastermind of the Final
Solution*' for the Jews of
Europe express regret for
his actions neither at his
trial. nor it now emerges. in
a highly personal
autobiography which he
wrote during the time of his
trial in Jerusalem.
The fact that there was
such a diary had not been
publicly known in the
almost 20 years since Eich-
mann *s capture, trial and
execution.
It is revealed now in a revised
edition soon to appear in Hebrew
of Justice in Jerusalem, the book
by the chief prosecutor at the
trial. Gideon Hausner.
A SIMPLE man who loved the
pleasures and joys of life, who
would have wanted above all a
life without worries, a man en-
tranced by the infinite en-
chantments of the natural
universe and the snow-capped
vistas of Germany, a man who
refers to himself as possessing
the "romantic idealism of the
true primitive" is the picture
which Eichmann seeks to conjure
up of himself in his diary.
According to Hausner.
throughout the duration of the
trial the principle objective which
Eichmann evidently set himself
in the diary was to divest himself
of all blame for what happened to
the Jews of Europe.
Eichmann returns constantly
to the infamous phrase that all he
was doing was "carrying out
orders." and that he had a need
to remain loyal to Hitler. "I had
no alternative. Anyone who
maintains otherwise is a liar," he
wrote, declaring: "He who rides a
tiger can never get off his bac k
EICHMANN seeks to project
himself as the victim of pressures
beyond himself as someone living
perennially in the face of contrary
spiritual demands. "1 sacrificed
completely my own will and in-
dividual inclination for the sake
Eban Voices Veiled
Support of President
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SPRINGFIELD. Mass. -
(JTAI Former Foreign
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issued a veiled endorsement of
President Carter when he stated
that "a President that helped us
achieve a peace treaty that we
never achieved before and under
whose regime we have received
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Advanced Studies, addressed a
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HE HELD that the in-
tertwined history of Jews and
Moslems in the Middle East is
perceived in radically different
ways by the two groups, both of
which views impeded con-
ciliation Arab Moslems, ac-
cording to Eban. see the Mideast
as their region "so that anything
in it that is not Arab or Moslem
reflects itself in their imagination
as external. alien. hostile,
disconcerting, artificial. They
have a monolithic view of the
Middle Fast."
On the other hand, the Israelis
conceive of the Middle Fast as "a
tapestry of many colors of which
the central thread was woven by
Jewish experience for thousands
of years." Eban said
In spite of such a profoundly
different conceptual framework,
the Israeli-Egyptian accords
hammered out at Camp David
caused "a breach in both walls."
Eban said. He affirmed that
continuing negotiations will
serve to temper both Arab
rejection and Israeli suspicion.
ot discipline. My outlook was
never in accord with the official
line. I could never have identified
with the objectives of the
National Socialists because I
always had doubts." he wrote.
And Hausner says he depicts
himself as a man who. on the
surface, was obeying orders but
was internally wracked by doubt.
Admitting that the Holocaust
had in fact taken place, at one
point he referred to it as "the
liberation of the host nation from
its guest nation." As to what he
calls the reputation he had gained
as the backbone of the "Final
Solution." he complained that
this was merely "the outcome of
a chain of regrettable mistakes."
Eichmann wrote that only with
the help of alcohol could he bring
himself to "stand" the horrifying
sights at the death camps which
he visited. "When I went to see
the death camps, my sole solace
was in the bottle. I filled it with a
litre of red wine and soon it had
to be refilled ... I lack the words
to describe it. It was a super-hell.
I pinched myself to discern
whether it was a reality or a
dream. I even forgot to check the
length of time required to kill the
people, the purpose for which I
had been sent there."
AMONG THE non personal
"disclosures" made by Eichmann
in the autobiography is one
concerning Eva Braun. Hitler's
mistress. "One day." Eichmann
wrote. "I was given instructions
to check hurriedly into the
background of Hitler's diet
chef
That was the cover term
employed for references to Eva
Braun It emerged that she had
in her veins one 32nd part Jewish
blood, that is to say one of her
ancestors, four generations back,
had l>een Jewish."
Primarily an effort at self-jus-
tification, there are however,
almost no important new
historical facts of evidence un-
veiled in the book. Hausner
stresses Its significance is
'ather, in Hausner's opinion, to
be found in the psychological
sphere understanding the
workings of a Nazi mind and
assessing what went on in th
mind of the man who had caused
the deaths of so many Jews, once
he had himself been captured by
the Jews and had to contemplate
retribution.
HAUSNER STATES that
there are no plans to have the full
text of the diary published It
runs to several hundred hand-
written pages
"It's important for us to know
the general gist of what he had to
say there, but 1 don't believe we
have any real interest in giving
this effort at .self-justification
maximum exposure."
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,sidim Out in Cold
SBA Rejects Their Bid for Federal Aid
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Administration
[last week it has
I application that
mate the Hasi-
, "a socially and
]lv disadvan-
Lp:' that would
to federal aid
jinorlty busi-
hold that in-
Masidic-owned
ns could receive
knee.
L decision, the SBA
lasuiu firms owned
by socially and
disadvantaged
Bible to participate
lir.- *>ut not on the
;;> iiesif?nation of
tag*.
^N the information
support of the
fcation and without
|\ particular case,"
Bision --aid. "it is
I I (hai the
ii. entrepremur will
lifticulty in estab-
tr her social dis-
II the Hasidim as a
jht of the serious
question! raised
| application," the
11 would be an
Cretion" in the ab-
Iprr-s congressional
nder a decision
IpM.iblish an imper-
ious classification."
muv program, the
based in part on a
Congressional finding that
groups with members who are
socially disadvantaged include
but are not limited to, Black
Americans. Hispanic Americans,
native Americans, and other
minorities."
NOTING THAT none of
those three groups designated in
the statute is a religiously based
cultural group," the SBA held
that "if anything, the absence of
a statutory reference to a
religiously based cultural group
indicates Congressional dis-
interest in. or disapproval of.
such a designation."
The decision, signed by
William Clement Jr.. associate
administrator, and A. Vernon
Weaver, administrator of the
SBA. culminates what they
described as factual and legal
issues that "are complex and
have been exceedingly difficult to
resolve."
The issue generated wide-
spread support for the Hasidim
and intense opposition against
their application Some of the
individual protests were tainted
with prejudice. Most opposed aid
on constitutional grounds
separation of church and state
and that aid to Hasidim would
lessen the funds available to
Blacks
AMONG THOSE siding with
the Hasidim were 10 Senators,
including those from New York.
Now Jersey and Maryland; and
Stuart Kisenstadt. special
assistant to President Carter
Also favoring the Hasidim were
Black U.S. Representatives
Shirley Chisholm ll) NY I and
Louis Stokes ll) Ohio)
Communications to the SBA
indicated that Rep Parren
Mitchell (I). Md I. a leading
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Black member of Congress, had
circulated a letter suggesting
protests (iroups opposing aid
included the Washington offices
of the National Urban League
and the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored
People, the National Association
of Black Manufacturers, and the
Black elected Democrats of Ohio.
The issue originated on Dec. 27
when the Opportunity Develop-
ment Association of Brooklyn.
NY., and six Hasidic business-
men filed an application on behalf
of the approximately 100.000 to
150.000 Hasidim as a minority
group of Americans. Most of
them live in Brooklyn
Williamsburg, Crown Heights
and Boro Park and other
smaller communities "scattered
across the country" as in Monroe
and Monsey. N.Y.; I.akewood,
N.J.; Boston and I POINTING out that the
evidence of prejudice and dis-
crimination experienced by
Hasidim is overwhelmingly and
essentially unrefuted." the SBA
observed that "relatively few
comments submitted in op-
position to the Hasidic ap-
plication even addressed this
factual issue "
The cultural bias imposed by
the larger society upon the
Hasidim." the SBA said, is
found in the discrimination in
employement. by potential busi-
ness customers, and in financing
of Hasidic businesses.
The SBA cited the testimony
of Norbert Weissberg. who
headed a project in New York
City designed in part to place
young Hasidim in training
programs with accounting and
commercial firms but "not one
single placement of Hasidic per-
sonnel was made by those busi-
nessmen contacted."
In addition to suffering from
prejudice and discrimination,
many Hasidic entrepreneurs
like other small businessmen
face an uphill battle to eke out a
living for themselves and their
families." the SBA reported.
"MANY HASIDIC firms are
retail or services businesses
located within their own com-
munities" which "are a major
source of employment for Hasidic
Jews." A director of "minority
venders" in the SBA docu-
mentation showed that of 297
Hasidic firms, most are in
textiles and in the special needs
of Hasidic and other Orthodox
Jews for religious articles,
clothing and kosher food.
"Some comments submitted in
opposition to the Hasidic ap-
plication raised two major
points." the SBA said. These
were that "Hasidic Jews control
large parts of New York City's
diamond trade and that Jews
,i significani
ealth in this I
generally suo d
business world."
Haaidk Jews plaj
nificant role'" in the diamond
trade and related industries, thi
SBA aid, but "while the wealthy
diamond merchant is probably
the most visible of all Hasidic
entrepreneurs, it would appear
that his numbers are small and
that he is not representative of
the larger Hasidic business
community.
"THE SECOND point that
Jews control great wealth and
have succeeded in business is
irrelevant to an evaluation of
Hasidic circumstances. the
SBA added Whatever the
accuracy of this timeworn stereo-
type, there is little to suggest
that the Hasidim, who are cul
turally distinct from most other
American Jews, have control
over the levers of economic power
in this country. The allegation
that Jews own a majority of com-
munications property ignores the
simple truth that the Hasidim
who disdain radio, television and
most other public media own
few, if any communications
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Begin Background
Sweetness, Light End Talks
Sharon Says U.SL Seeking
To Create a Palestinian State
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Carter
and Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin of Israel ended
their two days of talks on
autonomy for the West
Bank and Gaza with re
marks which indicated that
progress has been made
toward an agreement be
tween Israel and Egypt.
With Begin at his side. Carter
lold reporters in the White House
Rom Harden that the talks were
Detractive and very pro-
ductive between myself and
Prime Minister Begin I wish to
particularly emphasize the issues
are being resolved
CARTER announced that
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
has agreed to Begins proposal
that during the next 40 days the
autonomy talks be divided
equally in sessions in Tel Aviv
and Alexandria between Israel
and Egypt with the U.S. as a full
partner in a "concerted effort" to
reach the "goal" of an agreement
by the May 26 target date. "We
made good progress toward that
goal. Carter said.
Begin said. "I am absolutely
truthful" in saying that "we had
very good talks thanks to the
atmosphere created by President
Carter in the Cabinet room and in
our private talks. I think we
made real good progress."
The Prime Minister also stated
that the autonomy negotiations
will be conducted "daily, almost
hourly There is a hope indeed we
may reach the goal" of May 26.
BEGIN expressed "our deep
friendship to th* people of the
United States for their role in
world affa.-- He said he
American hostages
refaena would be released
soon He urged all men for
:o stand up for it and
said American-Israeli relations
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Before entering the White
House for their final session.
Begin remarked to Israeli
reporters. There has been no
pressure and no confrontation
TOUT predictions have proven
wrong. "
According to reliable sources,
the issue of Jewish settlem<
on the West Bank was not raised.
at least up to the time of their
final meeting On the issue of
Jerusalem. Carter took the same
position he has taken publicly in
the past that Jerusalem
aid remain an undivided city
But he did not specify under
whose sovereignty Sadat said
here after his meetings with
Carter last week that East
Jerusalem should be under Arab
sovereignty Begin insists that
the undivided city is the eternal
capital of Israel
AT A White House dinner
attended by 180 persons many
of them Jewish Democrats favor-
able to Carters reelection
Begin praised the President in a
25-minute discourse He also
indicated that it was not im-
portant if Egypt, and Israel con-
tinued their negotiations over
autonomy beyond the May 26
target date
"The sk) not on our heads.
Begin said "We relate to life-
lines not deadline* We shall
continue the negotiations until
ere ranch agreement
At the dinner. Rep Clement
..: id Wiat chairman
the House Foreign \ffais Com-
mittee, was asked by a reporter if
Begin s uncompromising
j>.>-mon was harmful to U S.
Israel relations Zablocki. who is
close to the State Department s
v lews on the Arab-Israeli con-
flict, replied. There is no
question that the American
public is becoming very con-
cerned about what they perceive
as Prime Minister Begins in-
transigence
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon has returned from a
\ i that it is seeking the
creation of a Palestinian
State and that Israel must
vigorously" oppose such a
policy. He insisted that he
was nut interfering in
\merican domestic politics
when he exhorted Jewish
leaden in New York to
-land up" to the Carter
Administration.
Sharon told reporter! tl Ber.
Gurion Airport rouryi
I did not call for supporting
Carter, anti no* 1 did not call to
vote against him All I did was to
conve) a i liar cut reminder that
the existence of Jerusalem and
Israel and their security are not
an internal American affair They
are the life and death question for
Ismel I told the American Jews
that it was nmuow.
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Jerusalem is 'David's Capital9 Weizman, John Wayne
JOSEPH POLAKOFF
^SHINCTON -
_ Israeli Prime
ter Menachem Begin
i his four-day stay in
hington with the vow
"he Jewish people will
, allow Jerusalem to
K Israel's sovereignty
a warning to the
,ns of the free world
w sacrifice Israel's
britv because of oil
Jjgea or other dif-
Ities they may face at
lit.
u emotional address to
j than 1.000 people jammed
[the 600-seat auditorium at
Shoreham Hotel. Begin
ated his positions on
aalem. Jewish settlements on
[west Bank and Israel's
talified opposition to "self-
mination" for the Pales-
i Arabs which, he said, "is a
adiction of the Camp David
ement He likened actions
Jipport of self-determination
the appeasement of Nazi
nds on Czechoslovakia in
GIN SPOKE at a combined
img sponsored by the Con-
Lce of Presidents of Major
fcncan Jewish Organizations.
Israel Bond Organization and
[United Jewish Appeal. He
greeted with deafening
use and applause punc-
I his hour long speech many
The meet ing was described
omeobservers as the greatest
llsrael demonstration in
fchintfton. probably since
lid Ben (iunon*s first visit
32 yean ago as Prime
lister of Israel.
gin decisively ruled out par-
ation by the inhabitants of
Jerusalem in the vote for
lautonomous authority on the
Bank Israel is east.
north and south under
(sovereignty, the sovereignty
Israel. he declared.
usalem is the heart of our
(lie. our history, our culture.
reams and prayers. So it will
Dr all gem-rations to come, so
us God.'' he said. He added
without any qualification.
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issue Jerusalem is D.C.
David's Capital.''
Begin said that at Camp Oavid
"we promised autonomy but not
a Palestinian state in all but
name.'' He recalled that in 1938.
Germany demanded "self-deter-
mination" for Germans in
Czechoslovakia, and "we know
what took place." He said current
calls for "self-determination" for
Palestinian Arabs and the 1938
episode are "a dreaful analogy.
We cannot play around with
phrases."
HE SAID that at Camp David
he was asked to give "but we
refused to give our signature to
' self-determination."
He implied criticism of the
Western nations for not standing
together in the face of Soviet
aggression. He said that because
of events in Afghanistan and in
Iran, some nations perceive their
need for oil and for the support of
the Moslem world and make
demands on Israel to "give in."
He said whatever their dif-
ficulties they must not make
demands "at the expense of
Israel He did not name any
nation.
Begin said the Soviet Union
supports the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the PLO's
"genocidal methods." He said
"The PLO charter is the second
edition of Mem Kampf." He
observed that "when liberty is
endangered all free men must
unite." He also said that he will
recommend to the Israel Olympic
Committee that Israel boycott
the Olympic Games in Moscow
this summer. To go to Moscow,
he said, would be "business as
usual."
SHORTLY before the meeting
opened, the White House issued a
statement on Begins talks with
President Carter on autonomy. It
announced that Egypt. Israel
and the U.S. have agreed to meet
"for accelerated negotiations in
both Israel and Egypt, beginning
before the end of April in Herz-
liya." The proposal had been
made by Begin for meetings
during the next 40 days, alter-
nating between Herzfiya and
Alexandria, in an attempt to
reach an agreement on autonomy
by the May 26 target date.
In a related development.
U.S. officials informed reporters
that a "continuing committee"
would be organized by the parties
to the autonomy talks to handle
certain aspects of autonomy
which remained outstanding
after a general agreement was
reached Such a committee is
mentioned in the Camp David
accords to deal with refugee
problems and other matters. Its
composition and scope will be
among the first items of business
when the American. Israeli and
Egyptian negotiators convene at
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me, but when he challenged
Begin. Gun fighters who face
John Wayne to the death earn
our admiration even when we
know that they are so foolish as
to defy the ineluctable. It is only
the dry-gulchers who earn our
contempt, those who shoot the
hero in his back.
Robert Sega/
NO, John Wayne wouldn't like
Ezer Weizman very much these
days. Neither do I. Not as much
as when he was a jet pilot of
flaming red Packards. a man of
many parts. He is not the tilter at
windmills as once he was in his
youth. In the onset of his age, he
is the windmill itself, twisting in
the currents of what is, not what
ought to be.

British Mideast Role Recalled
French Envoy Gets Angry 'Gram
TORONTO (JTA) The Canadian Jewish Con
gress (CJC) has cabled Pierre Maillard, the French
Ambassador to Canada, expressing shock at the
desecration last week of 22 Canadian Jewish graves in the
military cemetery of Normandy.
THE 22 were among 1.000 Canadian soldiers who
jwere killed in the Allied landings in Normandy which
'heralded the liberation of France from Nazi occupation.
The 22 tombstones were overturned and smashed and
vandals scrawled anti-Semitic slogans on them.
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut. CJC president, and Alan
Rose, CJC executive vice president, in their cable to
Maillard, expressed the hope that an investigation will
expose the culprits and bring them to justice.

Continued from Page 4-A
into decline, and the oil of Arabia
came to be coveted in ever
greater degree, as Hitler's
weapon genocide rocked
that part of the world continuing
to care, the unrest of Jews and
Arabs festered until the gangrene
of terrorism lodged and exploded
in troubled Palestine.
IN THE END. with the Arabs
rejecting partition and out-
numbered but unyielding Jews
fighting for their lives and for a
state waiting to be born. Bethell
reasons England might have
fared better had she never em-
barked on her Palestinian
governance. Britain failed to
master the Sisyphean task of
solving the conflict in Palestine,
he concludes.
Britain failed. But embattled
Jewry triumphed. And now when
I^ord Carrington is urging
England on to recognition of the
PLO and European capitals are
slaking their thirst for oil by
trying to undermine the Camp
David agreements. Bethell's
authentic account of the 1935-48
struggle lights up the history of a
bloody period.
Hadassah Corrects the Record
NEW YORK (JTA) -
References in stories from Israel
referring to a group of Kiryat
Arba women squatters in a
Jewish-owned building in Hebron
as "Hadassah women" is in-
correct, a spokesperson for
Hadassah stated.
No members of that
organization are participating in
the Hebron sit-in. In addition,
the building which is frequently
referred to as the "Hadassah
hospital" or the "Hadassah
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. K-44 71 FC
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MICHAEL GEORGE
ANGUN.
Petitioner
and
ANNIE DORIS LEE.
Respondent
TO
Mrs. Annie Doris Lee
4209 East Cayuga
Tampa. Florida 33610
Y(H ARE HEREBY NOTI-i
PIED 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
i uten delenses. If any. to It on
M Ctrmen Domlnguez. Stone,
hln I i ionzalez. V A
m> foi Petitioner, whose
addreH 1401 Weal Eiagter
M hi Florida, and file
Ihi original with the clerk of
ibovc ityled court on or
. IBM; otheru
lit a entered .i^j.unst
foi I tvlief prayed for in
* petition
hall be published
h fur four ron
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INTHEClMCUITCdURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 30-5141 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ANGELFRAGA.
Petitioner Husband
and
CELIAS FRAGA
Respondent Wife
TO CellaS Fraga
515 Jefferson Avenue
Robitown. Texas \
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of)
your written defenses. If any. tol
It on ARTHUR H IJPSON.I
attorney for Petitioner, whose.
address Is 1515 NW 167 Street
Suite HOB. Miami. Florida
33160. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 16, 1980. .
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-'
pi.mil or petition
WITNESS my hand and the,
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8 day of April.
1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal I
0*729 April 11. 18.25,
May 2.1980'
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 10-5400 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. The marriage of
MARIA CRISTINA
CASTRO.
Petitioner Wife,
and
ARN ALDO CASTRO.
Respondent Husband
TO ARNAI.DO CASTRO
Barrio Huenos Aires
15-iec.ille 4th Avenue
Puerto Cortes. Honduras
YOL 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. to
it on ARTHUR H. UPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 Northwest 167
St, Suite 110 B. Miami.,
Florida. 33169. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before '
May 23. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published '
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 10th day of
April. 19M
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By CLA RINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
06756 April 11 26
May 2. 9. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAI
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Ca*e No. 00-SO 34 FC
IN RE The marriage of
JOHN HERNANDEZ.
Petitioner. Husband
and
IRISV HERNANDEZ
Respondent-Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO IRISV.
HERNANDEZ
Morse Street. 209
P.O. Box 898
Arroyo.
Puerto Rico 00618
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has|
been filed against you and youj
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on MARVIN I MOSS. PA
Petitioner's Attorney, whose
address is 1090 Kane Con
course. Bay Harbor Islands
Florida 33154. on or before th<
16 day of May. 1980. and file the
original with the Clerk of thls|
Court either before service on
Petitioner's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, other-
> lai .1 default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition
WITNESS mj hand and the
I this Court on 7th day oi
April
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
Hv M I Hartnett
I Deputy Clark
- April 11 II
May 2. 1PXM
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 4475 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re the marriage of
At'KO MARIA ROMERO
Petitioner
and
JORGE ROMERO
Respondent
TO JORGE ROMERO
Calle32No 1827
Bogota. Columbia
YOL' ARE HEREBY noUfled
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other
Ideadlng to the Petition on the
'etltioner's attorney. HAR
VEY D ROGERS, whose
address is 1401 NW 17 Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file
the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or
before this 2 day of May, 1980.
or a Default will be entered
against you.
DATED this 26th day of.
March, 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By Clartnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08696 AprtU, II, 10, 30,1000,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
FLORIDA PIZZA SUPPLY at
3661 SW 187 Ave Mlramar.
Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
CONRAD J WEISNER.
SOLE OWNER
08736 April 18, 23.
May 2.9,1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT"
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00-7405
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
TILLIE TRACER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of TILLIE TRACER,
deceased. File Number80-2905
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
' Probate Division, the address
of which Is Dade County Court-
house. 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. 33130 The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
2iany objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on April 18,1980.
Personal Representative:
LEON TRACER
10105 Loraln Avenue
Silver Spring.
Maryland 90901
RHONA CHE8EVOIR
18972 VUBroma Street
Rancho Santa *"e
Calif 920*7
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
HOWARD M NEU.
ESQUIRE
12906 Blacayne Blvd..
Suite 400
North Miami. Florida 89181
Telephone (998)999 3300
06720
. .A f AC1 fc**"
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
INANDFOR
DADECOUNTY \
CIVIL ACTION NO. BI-M79 >c
aaMit v oivkion
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MANSUKH RAMJI
DALSANIA,
Petitioner Husband,
and
VALENCIA DALSANIA.
Respondent Wife
TO VALENCIA DALSANIA
Residence Unknown
YOU 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, to
It on DAVID S BERGER.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
addres-s Is 999 WASHINGTON
AVENUE. Miami Beach. FL
3.1139. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 23. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
ecutlve weeks ill THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
slid court .it Miami
Florida on this 16th day ol
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Bj A I> WA1 H
\- I leputy Clerk
IS MERGER Esquire
mgtOfl Avenue
Miami Beai h Fla SUM
Attorney tor Petitioner
08707 April U 2*
Muv 2. V 1UNI
------------HcrtTCF Or iCTlOtJ
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 89-S422 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
LUTHER ELONZO PARKER.
Petitioner
and BEATRICE KELLY.
Respondent
TO BEATRICE KELLY,
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a oopy of
your written defenses. If any, to
it on BENNETT D FVLTZ.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 619 SW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Fla. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 18. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded tn
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 14th day of
April. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
08749 April 18. 28
May 2. 9 1980
'**, NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
FIRST CAPITAL COM
PANIE8 at number MB
Ponce de Leon Blvd In the
City of Coral Gables. Florida.
Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Dated at Coral Gables.
Florida, this 31 day of March.
1980
FIRST CAPITAL
FINANCIAL CORPORATION
FIRST CAPITAL
REAL ESTATE
CORPORATION
FIRST CAPITAL
INVESTMENTCOR
PORATION
FIRSTCAPITAL
PROPERTIES
CORPORATION
FIRSTCAPITAL REALTY
SERVICES CORPORATION
Bj s.ths Wemar
president
Attorney for Applicant
Mr Joel R
I ,\ i ne. Esquire
:ti."i Ponce de l,eon
Boulevard
Coral Oablei Florida 33134
\,.r
M.n i 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
i; I \ t
ing t,' engage in but
the III UtiOUl I
[KRRACl \r KB : Mr NTS .it
number 600 030 N'.
Terrace, m the Clt) I M
Li Inti ndi ler the
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ot i i.nt. County
Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this
lMhday of April 19mi
Gerard M Si hocken Trustee
Joel Levtne, Tr
Norman I Gaslowitr.
Trustee
Attorney for Applicant
JoeIR Levine. Esquire
3195 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Miami. Fl. 33137
08752 April I' SB
May 2. 9 19W
April 10. 20. lOOfl
INTHECIRCOITCOURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA PRORATE
DIVISION
File Number 09 S209
Division 02
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE OF
LILLIAN SODOWICH
a k a LILLIAN GOLDMAN.
Deceased
The administration of the
estate of LILLIAN SODOWICH
a k a LILLIAN GOLDMAN
deceased. File Number 80-3209
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represen
tatlve s attorney are set forth
below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
,1E,/,RST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE. (II all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of ther personal
representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
BARRED REVER
Personal Representative
Harry Ooldman
Lester Bernstein
lOiOBCoulna Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 83104
Attorney for Personal
Representative rereenal
83B Arthur Godfrey Road
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 90 5144 Div 5
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE VOGEL.
Plaintiff
vs
BOARD OF COUNTY COM
MISSIONERS. FRANK BY
STROM, as Acting Dade
County Property Appraiser,
and RICHARD P BRINKER.
as Clerk of the Circuit Court
and
RALPH BURWICK.
Defendants
YOU, RALPH BURWICK.
residence unknown. are
required to file your answer to
the complaint for cancellation
and rescission of a tax deed
with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney.
Herman Cohen. Esq 632 SW
1st Street. Miami. Fla 33130.
on or before May 16, 1080. or
else petition will be confessed
Dated April 11.1980
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk. Circuit Court
By L C Bedasse
Deputy Clerk
08741 April is 25
May 2. 9. 1980
08700
April U. 30109)0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CSS* No 80 5342 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR ADOPTION
IN RE
In the matter of
the Adoption of
MAI.EHAMANN.
A Minor
TO DIANE LENOX
Residence t'nknown
VOL ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for Adop
lion has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses.
II any. to It on Kwitney. Kroop
A Schelnberg. PA. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 312.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 23. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNES8 my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11 day of April.
1980 K
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clark
i Circuit Court Seal)
Bruce J. Schelnberg. Esq
Kwitney. Kroop
A Schelnberg P.A.
420 Lincoln RoedSulte 013
Miami Beach. Florida SHOO
Attorney for Petitioner
* April 10. 30,
__________ May 3. 0. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
INANDFOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 00 1401 FC
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY OIVISION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
Cyril Gumbs.
Petitioner
and
Alberta Gumbs.
Respondent
TO: ALBERTA GUMBS
Residence unkown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any to It on
JOHN E MCHUOH, IR at
lornev for Petitioner whose
address Is 1515 NW 7th St No
Miami, Florida "125 and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before Ma) 13 :*>". otherwise
.i default will be entered
against you for the relief
. d for in the complain! or
petition
Th. 'il be publl
weak (or foui
,,., utivi we* *i- in Ihe IBW I8H
i-1 i irii il AN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and Ihe
irl al Miami
Florida on thti I i) "'
tpril
RICHARD P BRINKER
IsClerl lit Court
IH DEBORAH G HI
tsDeput) Cli
loHN E MCHI OH IR
IS1SNW TUlSI No 120
Miami. Florida33130
Attorney (or PetlUonei
\pnl 13 M
May 1 9 i9ko
IN THE CIRCUI'i COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 504' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
JOSEPH THOMAS
ROMANO
Petitioner
and
SOEORRO ROMANO
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO SOEORRO ROMANO
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
B H BRODY, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
633 NE 167 ST N M B Fla
33182. on or before May 16, 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either betore
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on April 7.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08728 April 11. 18. 26.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne. 00-49*4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l.N RE The marriage of
MARGARITA DE LA
CRT/DRAMAS
Petitioner Wife
and
PEDRO ALEXIO
ORAMAS
Respondent Husband
TO PEDRO ALEXIO
ORAMAS
Avemda29No 2004
I -a Sal lid.
Habana. Cuba
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been riled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your wnlten defenses if any. to
It on A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33128. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 9. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4th day of April
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
Aa Deputy dark
i Circuit Court Seal l
A KOSS. ATTORNEY
AT LAW V A
101 NW 13U> Avenue
Miami. Florida Ml 28
Tel i SOS I 338-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
April 11 10,30
---------------"ay 2, iff
|p ___ 4 II *" I t\U\
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. 00-SS10 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ELBA NIDLA LOPEZ.
Petitioner
and
RAFAELANTONIO
LOPEZ
Respondent
TO RAFAEL ANTONIO
LOPEZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
EIED that an action for
Dissolution ot Marriage has
boon died against you and you
are required lo serve a ropy o(
v our written de tenses, if any. lo
II on MILTON C GOODMAN,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
.id.li ess is Suite 320. Hlscayne
Building. 19 West Flagler
Miami. Florida 33130.
and I lie the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on oi Mora May za. 19*.
otherwise a default will be
entered agaJnal you for the
demanded in the com
'it ion
This not lei illbepul
Hue each week (or tout
tlvi weeks In
IH FLORIDIAN
vmtni US my hand at d
. ,. said < out t ,it Miami
this 10 da) ol April
RICH M'.I'P BRINKER
\ 'i.-rk ('ii. ull Court
f lade County Floi
Bj m j Hartnett
\- 1 lepUt) Clerk
,,t COUI t Se.ll i
Miit'Hi c fcmdman
attorney for Petitioner
smte 530-Bum ayne Building
... Waal Flagli i 9treat
Miami, Florida 33130
v may foi Petitioner
06T04 April is 30
____________________May 2.9,1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE "TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOB
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY OIVISION
Case No 90 5377 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The marriage of
ESPEHANZA BENAVIDES
Petitioner
and
OMAR BENAVIDES
Respondent
TO OMAR BENAVIDES
TrasversaJ 23
No 54 28
Bogota. Columbia
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are hereby
required to serve a ropy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Petitioner's
attorney. HARVEY D
ROGERS, whose address is
1401 NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the Clerk ol the
above styled Court on or before
this 18th day of May. 1980. or a
Default will be entered against
you
DATED this lllh day ol
April. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk or Circuit Court
B) Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08744 April 18. 20.
May 2 9. 1980
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE OIVISION
File Number 00 7295
Diviilon 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
GERTRUDE RAPHAEL
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate or GERTRL'DE
RAPHAEL. deceased File
Number 80-2300. is pending In
the Circuit Court lor DADE
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. FL. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per
sunal representative's attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to rile with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF 1
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an in
lerested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity or the will, the quail
(nations of the personsl
represntatlve. venue, or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on April 18, 1980
Personal Representative:
Sylvia R. Ooralnik
130 Alexander Dr
Cheshire. Ct 00410
CarlS Raphel
SOMSWlOCt
Da vie. Fla 30334
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
LEO PLOTKIN. ESQ.
89*2 SW 4th Street
Miami. FL 83144
Telephone (300) Ml-0TB*
00740 April 10. 30, 1000


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date for reaching agree
ment with Egypt over
autonomy as "not a dead-
line, not a target date but a
goal.'"
He insisted that the autonomy
issue is spelled out in the Camp
David accords and instructed one
reporter, who asked him to define
"full autonomy" as distinguished
from statehood, to read "the
Camp David booklet issued by
the State Department very
carefully and you will see what
autonomy is. It is in very short
sentences."
ASKED WHY he thought the
non-stop autonomy talks over
the next 40 days have a better
chance of achieving an agreement
than the negotiations that have
been taking place during the last
10 months. Begin replied. "We
may reach an agreement or not
reach an agreement. Why be pes-
simistic in advance?" He said in
reply to another question that the
possibility of a three-way summit
meeting between himself,
President Carter and President
Anwar Sadat of Kgypt was "not
discussed" in his just concluded
talks with Carter.
Addressing reporters at Blair
House shortly after he and Carter
told reporters in the White House
Rose Garden that very good
progress had been made toward
an agreement on autonomy,
Begin was unyielding on the
issue of a settlement freeze. He
said it had not been discussed in
his meetings with Carter.
Asked if he had agreed to be
"moderate" on that issue, he
replied, "I don't have to be
moderate" on settlements.
"President Sadat expressed his
opinion, and Carter expressed his
opinion. I have my opinion."
HE INSISTED that Jewish
settlements are "perfectly legal"
and part of the "inherent right"
of the Jewish people and form
"part of the national security of
Israel" He dwelt on the latter
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Prime Minister Begin surrounded by admirers
point, noting that "during one
year." which he did not specify.
Israeli security forces uncovered
97 terrorist cells on the West
Bank and 40 cells in the Gaza
Strip.
During the same period there
were 55 acts of terrorism in
Israel." and of these "53 were
exposed." He insisted that "It is
a matter of the life of our citizens.
The settlements are a wall of
defense against bloody terrorist
acts. They are inseparable from
the vital defense of Israel."
Asked if he was satisfied that
the U.S. vote for the Mar. 1 Se-
curity Council resolution con-
demning Israeli settlements was
a "mistake" and how he felt
about the American Jewish com-
munity's reaction to it. Begin
said the vote "belongs to the
past," and "we cannot live in the
past."
NEVERTHELESS, he added.
"We regret very deeply that
vote," and Carter also expressed
his deep regret." With respect
to the American Jewish reaction,
he said. "As an Israeli citizen I
don't interfere with the American
elections. Jews in America don't
ineed my advice, and I won't give
them advice. We would not like
anyone to interfere in our elec-
tions."
Begin said he didn't ask Carter
for additional aid for Israel "at
all." He said that the situations
in Iran and Afghanistan came up
n their talks.
Zionist Leaders to Meet
* :
Dropouts High on Agenda
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Leon Dulzin, chairman of the
World Zionist Organization and
Jewish Agency Executive, and
Rafael Kotlowitz, head of the
Jewish Agency's aliya depart-
ment, are going to Washington
for a meeting May 16 of the
Committee of Nine.
The Committee, comprising
representatives of the Israel
government, the Jewish Agency
and American Jewish
organizations, is trying to deal
with the problem of dropouts
among Soviet Jewish emigrants.
The meeting will seek to resolve
the basic dispute over Soviet
dropouts that exists between
American Jewish leaders and
Dulzin.
HIGH ON the agenda of the
May 16 meeting is the recently
enacted U.S. Refugee Act of 1980
which makes it easier for political
refugees to enter the United
States and provides additional
aid for them which the Israelis
fear will encourage more Soviet
Jews to go to the U.S. rather
than to Israel.
Dulzin has urged that the law
be amended or that American
Jewish organizations dealing
with refugees make it dear that
the law does not apply to Soviet
Jews who have Israeli visas, and
certainly not to would beyordim
from Israel.
In New York, the American
Jewish Committee, in a
background paper on the refugee
act, stresses that Soviet Jews
who arrive in Israel
automatically become Israeli
citizens and "therefore would not
qualify under the U.S. definition
of refugee' as one outside any
country of such person's
nationality' or persons having no
nationality. Nor obviously would
they fit under the clause in the
law that permits the President to
specify as refugees nationals in a
country where they are per-
secuted.''
THE AJCOMMITTEE report
also notes that 3,000 Soviet Jews
have been entering the U.S. each
month under previous legislation
which allows the Attorney
General to grant them parole.
"The new Act continues this
parole authority but transfers it
to the President and outlines a.,
detailed procedure for con-
sultation with Congress before it
can become operative." the
AJCommittee explained. "^
Howard Squadron, president*'
of the American Jewish-
Congress, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency in
Jerusalem: "What they (the
Israelis) are asking us to do is to
repudiate the values we have
always stood for and fought for."
He noted that American Jewish
groups. including the
AJCongress. have campaigned
over the years for a liberal im-
migration policy towards
disparate ethnic and geographic-
groups of refugees. It would be
paradoxical for those same
Jewish groups now to favor
estrictive approach
Hasidim Left Out in Cold
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SBA Says No to Federal Aid Bid
Continued from Page 11 A
properties Broad-based
allegations about the economic
power of American Jews have no
probative value in deciding the
issues raised by the Hasidic
application."
Discussing the economic
status of Hasidim. the SBA said
that "certain features of the
Hasidic culture large families,
parochial schools. expensive
kosher food place economic
demands on Hasidic Jews beyond
those imposed on most other
Americans" and that "thus the
Hasidic family which is slightly
above the poverty line may in
fact face economic burdens which
are greater than those con-
fronting non-Hasidic families
below the poverty line. "
In discussing the legal issues,
the SBA observed that
numerous comments'' opposing
he application "on the oasis that
disadvantages suffered by the
Hasidim are self-imposed" and
the Hasidic lifestyle "is a matter
of personal choice arising out of
religious beliefs."
"MANY COMMENTS" em
phasized that, in contrast to the
Hasidim, Blacks and other
traditional minorities have no
choice with respect to the color of
their skin and hence literally no
control over the social dis-
advantages imposed on them by
race," the SBA said.
"From a literal standpoint.
this argument is unassailble. The
practices of the Hasidim which
engender bias their distinctive
appearance for example are
ultimately matters of choice. No
matter how deep-rooted the
cultural convictions and religious
H-liefs which prompt behavior
hat is objectionable to others.
he decision to adhere to an act
upon those convictions is a
voluntary one."
But, "from a legal standpoint,
lowever, this argument must be
rejected," the SBA added. "Con-
gress did not intend the control
test to be interpreted so literally
is to disqualify individual
Hasidim entry" into the aid
program. "Even more funda-
mentally," the SBA said, to
exclude Hasidic firms from par-
ticipation "because their prin-
cipals refuse to renounce religious
beliefs would raise serious con-
stitutional questions. Such a
decision might well abridge the
right of Hasidic Jews to the free
exercise of religion guaranteed
them by the First Amendment."
The SBA held that "no in-
dividual could be excluded from
the program simply because he
was white or a member of a group
not considered a traditional
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NEW YORK Before Shimon Peres, chairman
I f Israel's Labor Party meets with President Carter
the White House this week, it is certain that
Idministration officials will have carefully studied an
"rude by Peres in the current issue of the prestigious
periodical. Foreign Affairs.
\ Titled. "A Strategy for Peace in the Middle
L t ptres argues that the issue of the West Bank
land the Gaza Strip can be settled through step-by-
Istep negotiations with Jordan.
Peres stresses that the Labor Party believes
Ithat "within the framework of a peace settlement, we
would be prepared to relinquish parts of the West
IBank on the condition that they remain demilitar-
ized: that no foreign army ever again cross the
Jordan River and menace the gates of Jerusalem, as
happened in 1948 and in 1967; and that we gain
Jefensible borders to deter a surprise attack on us, as
happened in 1973."
\V WlINCiTON Israeli Defense Minister
/t.v \\ .. man is to meet with Defense Secretary
Harold Brown at the Pentagon April 29. reportedly
, cuss U.S use of Israeli military facilities in
American interests in the Middle East.
Announcement ol Wei/man's visit followed Israeli
>rim< Minister Menachem Begin'fl comments in an
[nten it '' n \Bl'T\"s Issues and Ansu its that the
l ^ itation ground forces in the Middle East
. region where there is a possibility of
urn.
ia also expected to discuss arms
h the U.S including the Israeli request
5 duction of the U.S F-18 jet warplane.
] g to Washington, Weizman is due to go
[u Mi apolis for an award by the Jewish National
Pund
TEL AVIV Three Israeli soldiers were at
lacked ; several hundred villagers in Dir El Assad
tillage in the Judaean region of the West Hank this
jreek and wire forced to open fire to protect them-
Ives Two of the soldiers were injured, and three of
|he villagers were wounded, one of them seriously.
olice and army reinforcements searched the
[illap afterwards and arrested 20 Arabs suspected
|fparticipating in the attack.
According to eye-witness accounts, the soldiers
Irere riding in a car with civilian license plates which
niddenly came under a barrage of stones and chunks
If wood A bus. parked on a downward slope on the
lain road, had its brakes released and careened into
u soldiers' car.
As the soldiers tried to extricate themselves,
lej besieged by hundreds of villagers. At that
pint t hey fired their weapons and managed to keep
he moh off until reinforcements arrived.
STRASBOURG Western Europe is drawing
kcreasingly closer to Palestinian demands for the
|ght to self-determination."' according to the
factions of two European parliamentary assemblies
Km meeting in Strasbourg. The Council of Europe.
h which 21 national parliaments are represented, is
parting a full-house debate on a resolution critical of
Prael and supported by the Council's "Political
pairs Commission," raps Israel's settlement policy
id calls for Palestinian self-determination.
The other assembly, the European Parliament,
as concluded a four-day meeting with a delegation
?presenting the Palestinian National Council the
[LO's de facto parliament.
The council's resolution, which has been ap-
ned by 22 votes against 3, calls on Israel to stop
reating new settlements in the occupied territories
Pd says that Israel's current policy "is illegal ac-
ting to international law."
JERUSALEM Prime Minister Menachem
egm took the opportunity of his annual
[dependence Day address to the nation on TV
today night to reiterate in tough language his
nd on Jewish settlement and security on the West
ink. *
There would be "no concessions" on the right to
Ittle. Begin pledged. He said that this is what he
W told President Carter during his recent summit
Jks "i Washington.
1 |lends of Israel in the U.S. had told him. Begin
ptinued, that the security motivation for the
ttlementa was better understood in the U.S. than
nal-historical motivation and so he had
Continued on Page 11-B
Mount Sinai Medical Center held ground-
breaking ceremonies Friday for the proposed
Sophie and Nathan Gumenick Ambulatory Care
Center.
Funded by the Mount Sinai Medical Center
Foundation and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gumenick,
the building will house facilities for a new am-
bulatory surgery program so that surgical
procedures which do not require an overnight
stay can be performed.
"The nationwide trend in health care is to
minimize hospital stays for patients while still
providing optimal care." said Sen. -Hichard Stone,
guest speaker at the ceremonies. "Ambulatory
surgery is the type of surgical service for the
future. National guidelines for health planning
have increased emphasis on ambulatory and
community services to achieve cost savings
without sacrificing quality or access to care.''
Mount Sinai has been doing ambulatory
surgical procedures for several years but has
reached the point of saturation within its present
facilities. The proposed free-standing building
will free the operating rooms for those procedures
which need the labor and environment of the
inpatient operating room and will improve access
to ambulatory care services.
Certain surgical procedures in plastic surgery,
gynecology. urology, podiatry, orthopedics and
oral surgery will be performed in this area.
Other potential ambulatory procedures include
installation of heart pacemakers, tonsillectomies.
hernia repair and endoscopy. In addition, con-
sideration is being given to accommodating
outpatient dialysis and gastroenterology
procuduras in this center
f FUTUtC SITE FOR U
' SOPHIE and NATHAN GUMENICK j[
AMBULATORYCARECEMTER I
I MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL^JjTER
Mr. and Mrs. Xathun (lumenick, aided by
Sen Richard Stone, "dig in" at the ground-
breaking ceremonies for the Sophie and
Nathan Gumenick Ambulatory Care Center
held at Mount Sinai Medical Center
Officers and board members of the local family of agencies of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation gathered last week for the Agency Board Leadership Conference, sponsored by
Federation. Keynote speaker L. Jules Arkin tstanding), GMJF president, reported on local,
national and overseas unmet human needs the Jewish community faces in the decade ahead
Following the speech, agency leaders met in small groups to discuss agency involvement in
Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, anil to determine
goals to help meet the needs of Jews in Miami and abroad in the 1980s. Seated at the dais are
i from left) Muriel Russell, president, Jewish Community Centers of South Florida: and Harry
A "Hap" Levy, a GMJF vice president and chairman of the Planning and Budget Committee.
Julian Kreeger
Music Is His Consuming Passion
By JUDY VIK
Jewish Floridian Writer
Lawyer Julian Kreeger says he
gets nflM of his best work done
late at night, from 11 p.m. to 3
a.m. That's when he likes to work
at home in Miami Beach to a
background accompaniment of
classical music.
And with some 15 to 20.000
choices in his collection of
records, the attorney with a
deep interest and affection for
music" is never at a loss for
choices of music.
Occasionally, his work requires
absolute quiet, but there are
some kinds of legal papers he can
draft while listening to his
favorites, and some articles he
can write to a musical back-
ground.
HIS IMPRESSIVE and
growing collection of recordings
is primarily piano music. "There
are a few items I'm missing, but
not a lot." he says. There is also,
of course, plenty of orchestral
and chamber music. Then
Russian and German opera and.
last of all. Italian opera.
Kreeger has developed per-
sonal friendships with many of
the major recording artists,
relationships that began in some
eases 20 years ago when he was
classical music director of the
radio station at Columbia
Universitv
Now he is part owner of a new
Julian Kreeger
record company called MKM
Records with Peter McGrath of
Sound Components in Coral
Gables.
Among artists they are
recording are concert pianists
Ivan Davis. Earl Wilde, David
Barllan and I^eonard Shure.
Their first release is scheduled to
appear soon.
ARTISTS stay with the
Kreegers when they visit Miami,
but Kreeger seldom asks them to
perform. He feels that would be
an imposition and compares it to
inviting a doctor to your home
and saying. Let me tell you
about my sore elbow."
Among the Kreeger house-
quests recently was violinist
Itzhak Perlman. "He's a remark-
able person, the only musician
I've met who never seems to
show any nervousness before a
performance." says Kreeger.
"Most performers like to eat
early in the afternoon if they're
performing at night but not
Perlman. When he was per-
forming here once and having
dinner at our home, at 5:30 p.m.
he asked what was for dessert.
We went out to Carvel's for ice
cream with chocolate sauce. After
all that he played like a god."
ANOTHER TIME, the
Kreeger and Perlman families
were together at Disney World in
Orlando, still having dinner in a
restaurant at 7:45 p.m.. when
Perlman was due on stage with
the Orlando Symphony for an
8:30 p.m. performance.
"On the ride to the hall, he was
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'A Holocaust Memorial in Music'Sunday
Catholic, Protestunt and
Jewish musical groups will
participate in an ecumenical
Holocaust observance, sponsored
by the American Anti-Nazi Asso-
ciation.
The event, called "A Holocaust
Memorial in Music," will be held
at Temple Israel. Sunday, April
27. from 3 to 5 p.m.
Rabbi Rubin K Dobin,
chairman, and Seymour
Kaplowitz, president of the
association, are in charge of
arrangements for the observance.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein of
Temple Israel is serving as music
coordinator.
The Anti-Nazi Association
sponsors this annual memorial to
honor the sacred memory of the
11 million victims of Nazi terror
In addition to the six million
Jews who were massacred by
the Nazis, five million Christians
and others were killed
Admission to the memorial
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
observance is free.
Among the artists and musicai
groups who will take part in the
program are: Prof. Victor Stem,
viola virtuoso, who is a faculty
member of the University of
Miami School of Music; Cantor
David convisor of Temple Beth
Shalom. Miami Beach; Cantor
Abraham Sief of Congregation
Knesset Israel. Miami Beach; the
Cathedral Choir of Trinity
Episcopal Cathedral. Miami,
under the direction of David
Thurman; Cantor Zvee Aroni of
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach; and the St.
Catherine of Sienna Church
Senior Chorus, led by Kathy
Elder, representing the Miami
Roman Catholic Diocese.
Survivors of the Holocaust
who are residents of the Greater
Miami area will conduct a
dramatic candlelighting
ceremony which will highlight
the special remembrance of the
Holocaust.
CAJE Official to Address Brotherhood
Sam Alpert, the newly ap-
pointed "shaliach" for all
programs dealing with the study
of Israel for the Central Agency
for Jewish Education, will be the
featured speaker at the regular
monthly meeting of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Aaron Farr, Brotherhood
president.
The breakfast will take place in
the temple Banquet Hall. Miami
Beach, at 10:30 a.m.. on Sunday.
April 27. and is open to the
general public.
Bom in Poland in 1935. Alpert
is a survivor of the Holocaust in
the Forests of White Russia. In
1948. he came to Israel with the
aid of Aliyah Beth, the un-
derground immigration
organization which brought
people to Israel despite the
British blockade. He served in
the Israeli Air Force, and in 1967
he was able to come to the United
States. In 1967. he returned to
Israel and settled in Rananna
with his wife, the former Ann
Sugar, whom he married in
America.
"It is altogether fitting and
proper to have Mr. Alpert speak
at this Brotherhood Breakfast,
since Brotherhood supports Beth
Sholom s annual confirmation
class and pilgrimage to Israel
each summer. We are looking
forward to hearing of his ex-
periences as a Holocaust survivor
and of his life on a Kibbutz in
Israel." concluded Farr.
Installs 15 Officers
The Women's Cancer League
of Miami Beach celebrated a
record-breaking year of fund-
raising for Mount Sinai Medical
Center and installed 15 officers,
at a luncheon on April 11 at the
Eden Roc Hotels Cotillion
Room.
During the 22nd annual
festivities, the Cancer League
presented a check for $155,000 to
Mount Sinai's Chairman of the
Board. Edward Shapiro, which
represents their 1979-1980 fund-
raising efforts to support the
Tumor Clinic of the Medical
Center and their largest annual
donation.
The Cancer League has
pledged funds for a new com-
puterized axial tomography
scanner for the Medical Center,
which will be installed within the
next two months. The scanner
examines the head and body for
anatomical disorders using
minimum amounts of X-rays.
This check will go toward this
project.
Liberson was installed as 1980-
1981 president of the Cancer
League, for a second term. Mrs.
Liberson is a former president of
the Mount Sinai's Auxiliary. Lila
G. Heatter, president of the
Medical Center, installed the
officers for the coming year.
Chairman for the installation
luncheon Muriel Libow,
welcomed members and guests.
Special awards were given to
.hose who have enrolled in the
dancer League's newest, most
prestigious categories of giving.
Helen Merwitzer was honored as
a grand benefactor. Honorary
chairman of the Cancer League
board, Nancy Greene and
Recently honored philanthropist
Polly de Hirsch Meyer were given
a gift in recognition of their
enrollment in the top category ol
humanitarian. Two other
huamnitarians chose to remain
anonymous.
Installed as newly elected
>fficers are Hospitality Vice
President Reb Rubin; Assistant
lospitality Officer Esther
ireen; Assistant Life Trustees
uid Benefactors, Harriet Stark;
Membership Vice President
Cancer League President Eva
Don Liberson presents Ed-
ward Shapiro, chairman of the
board of Mount Sinai Medical
Center, uith $155,000 towards
the hospital's program for
indigent cancer patients.
Eva Don Liberson {right! was
installed for a second term of
office at the Women's Cancer
League luncheon planned by ,
Chairman Muriel Libow.
Helene Koretsky; and Social
Secretaries, Sylvia Brown and
Anita Weiss.
Reelected to office are
Donations Vice President Lill
Blasberg; Life Trustees and
Benefactors Vice President Betty
Terris; Treasurer, Esther Bright;
Recording Secretary Araelle
Levitt; Financial Secretaries
Ruth Charin and Sylvia Burdeen:
and Corresponding Secretaries
Constance Frumkea and
Charlotte Rosenberg.
Musical selections by Sandy
MacDowell entertained the
women attending the luncheon
affair
Van Available
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is offering its professional
services through its new mobile
counseling van to residents in the
outlying areas of Dade County
who are unable to use the
agency's services at the five
district offices.
The counseling van, which is
funded by the Women's Com-
mittee of Jewish Family and
Children's Service, will provide
individual, parent-child, marital
and family counseling,
specialized services for the
elderly, and information and
referral services.
The van will be available in
locations in which requests for
service are received by the
agency. The program will be
administered by appointment
only.
Book Review:
Lots of Bagels
Bagels! Bagels! and Mort
Bagels I is a new hard-cover cook-
book that reveals the "hole"
mystique of the bagel! Publisher
Rand McNally describes it as, "A
saga of good .eating with recipes,
legend and lore."
Most of the 128 pages are
devoted to recipes and serving
suggestions.
"A History Full of Holes" is
chapter that depicts the
geneology of the bagel; begin-
ning as far back as 1610 in
Cracow, Poland, where the bagel
was thought to have magical
powers, to how the modem
technology of freezing today by
Lender's Bagel Bakery has made
the bagel an international food.
Bagels! Bagels! and More
Bagels! is a book filled with
whimsical illustration and
stories, and useful information.
N.C.J.W. Lunch
Ida Gold and Edith Goldstein
chairpersons announce a card
party and luncheon of Lakes
Division. N.C.J.W. on Monday
April 28 at 11:30 a.m. in the
STSaffsuS1"1 BuUding
Call for ticket information.
Jacobson
Sen. Scott
Hadassah Mid-Coast
Region Slates Conclave
Women's Cancer League Mobile Counseling
A star-studded cast will
headline the three-day annual
conference of the Florida Mid-
Coast Region of Hadassah.
scheduled May 4-6. at the
Sheraton Yankee Trader Hotel,
Fort Lauderdale.
Charlotte Jacobson. world
Zionist leader, past National
Hadassah president, currently
chairman of the American
Section of the World Zionist
Organization, and national
advisor to the region conference.
will discuss the world scene at the
American-Zionist Affairs plenary
session Sunday night. May 4,
sharing the platform with Florida
State Sen. James Scott who will
speak on "The Jewish Con-
tribution."
Monday morning the male
Hadassah Associates will gather
for breakfast to hear Dr. Ezra
Sharon of Israel whose subject
will be "Wonders of the
Hadassah Medical Complexes of
Jerusalem."
Following a cocktail party at 6
p.m. that evening, conference
delegates and guests will attend
the Installation Dinner at which
Fort Lauderdale Mayor E. Clay
Shaw. Jr. will bring greetings
from the city, and H reward
Commissioner Jack Moss will be
the installing officer.
Incumbent president Esther
Cannon will be re-installed for a
third year. Other officers are vice
presidents Pearl Goldenberg.
Helen Kamer. Mollie Lewis.
Josephine Newman. Mary
Pavony. Ann Salkin. Leona
Brauser. Rita Sherman, and Lee
Rich; treasurer. Dory Tariow;
recording secretary Sarah
Solomon; corresponding
secretary Adeline Moll.
At the closing luncheon on
Tuesday. May 6. the "Chapter of
the Year" and the "Group of the
Year" first, second, and third
places, will be announced and
awards presented.
Adeline Moll, region con-
ference chairman, who has had
the conference on the drawing
board for the past year, has
announced that in addition to the
special events, there will be nine
workshops: Program Fund-
raising, Tourism, Youth. Wills .
& Bequests. Bulletin, Mem-
bership, Education and
Leadership.
An "Artistic Interpretation of
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in Orthodox Congre-
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an original prop-am of muse aJ
drama produced and directed
Irving Friedman whose crioil
background dates back to l|
days with the Nan Jersey J
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Region arrangements cha>|
man for the conference is Svln|
Beckman. and the host chew]
Anna Silman. president. u*!
West Broward Chapter A
Hadassah Silt) members ml
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free to the public
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Hospital for the Aged, Doug*
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meeting on Tuesday. April 29.at
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Zelda Thau, president of*I
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Shapiro Is Re-elected at Mt. Sinai Thomson to Receive Award
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were
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Pearlman has
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' 0'n April M at the
[annual m"'""*
976, Shap.ro ha* served
; firman... the board
, heid the office of
i,t for the maximum three
iodfroml"- to 1976 d
Cidmt from 1H. to 1973.
_, been ectiv St Mount
Sjdical Center tor more
H vears. Mn.e he becamea
brand was elected to the
Ef trusts Shapiro
fa the pros**"* of
.j for a two yi .tr term
Luisa Miami business
Ive In honor of his father,
tlv made a major
bn towards the con
fc of a new research
t Mount Sinai. The
breaking for the Harry
Kesean h Hiomedical
t took place on Feb 4.
nan previously served on
ard of trustees as vice
nt. He i- also the
otof Founders chairman
i Signature Club; vice
nt and board member of
Jewish Home and
I tor the \ged; treasurer
member of the
litv Mental Health
iuion'. ami a director of
eEmanu-FI
Lynair' .sitionof
[president is Norman
k He ha- een .i trustee
[member ot Ft riders since
officers in new positions
Ik* Chairman l.ila G.
(r and J Gerald Lowi*.
Heatter iust completed the
ium thrr yeai term as
nt, whilt 1 a h la served aa
nt from I960 u> 1965.
[new officer- named are
Secre t a ry. Leonard
i, Assistant Treasurers.
[Cogen ant) H Jerome
ptttd to the position of Ule
tntura Jewish
Inter Services
May. April 18. two
1 were dedicated in
of Ted Keller, past
and Morns Kaginov.
president of A venture
Center Flowers gracing
[lpit were donated by
Keller An OnegShabbat
I? HP8?1 *hlch wre
m Sally Kaginov in honor
-mason's Mar Mitzvah.
ces on Friday. April 25
1 pm Rabbi David
will speak on "The
M of Law Day."
Lawrance Tuchinsky will
[the liturgy Mr and Mrs.
*rn. Mr and Mrs. A.
and Selma Sherman
I the flowers on the pulpit.
""*... ^rv'ces. Rabbi
f"> will install the newly
officers of the sisterhood
Laaon 1980-81. They are
VT^g Mildred Keller.
EL Dy KaKanv. Fay
PM Renee Zale,, vice
F- trances Pollowitz.
F secretary Rose Rat
Pnwponding secretary;
U.V AIP*rn recording
Nlcom? bal fUoW8
iifinth Women
I*w.Thursday. May l.at
t;theCamelo/Room
SDeaW APartm">tS
bmem ls immunity
"Pecialist. Marcia
^presenting Dade
AMociat,on for Retarded
Edward Shapiro
trustee are L. Jules Arkin. Harry
Chernin. Louis Harris. H. Jerome
Joseph. Bing Kossoff and
Leonard Liebowitz. all long-time
Founders and trustees.
Arthur Pearlman
Joining the board for their first
term as trustees are Ted. S.
Finkel. B.B Goldstein. Joseph
Kanter. Sidney Olson, Morton
Weiner and Norman Weinstein.
Traum to Address ADL
Harry Zukernick. chairman of
the Florida Deferred Gifts
Committee of the Anti-
Defamation League of H mil
B'rith. announces that Sydney S.
Traum. Fsq.. will be one of the
featured guest speakers at a
breakfast meeting to be held on
Tuesday. May 13, at 8 a.m.. in
the Terrace Room of the DuPont
Plaza Hotel. Miami.
Traum is a member of the law
firm of Tew Critchlow Sonberg
Traum & Friedbauer. in Miami
A native of Brooklyn. NY., he is
a graduate of the College of the
City of New York, received his
I 1) degree from Harvard Law
School. LL M degree in taxation
from New York University, and
holds CPA certificates from New
York State and Florida
He is the author of a number of
books in the field of estate
planning, contributes a periodic
column "Federal Tax- Tips" in
the Miami Review and to the
Florida Bar Journal Tax Law
Notes. He was a member of the
adjunct faculty at University of
Miami Law School and Florida
International University.
Traum is a member of the Dade
County, New York State. Federal
and American Bar Associations;
Association of the Bar of the City
of New York: member of the
Executive Council. Tax Section,
of the Florida Bar; served as
director of the American
Association of Attorney-Certified
Public Accountants: is president
of the Florida Association of
Attorney-Certified Public
Accountants: a member of the
American Institute of CPA's;
Musical Opens
In Miami Beach
"Dancin-," the musical that
scored his eighth Tony for
director-choreographer Bob
Foase. bowed Wednesday. April
23. at 8 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Theater of the Performing Arts.
Celebrating the art of dancing
are 17 Broadway dancer-singer-
actors.
Performances are this week
through Saturday at 8 p.m.:
matinees are Thursday. Saturday
and Sunday at 2 p.m.; per-
formances the second week are
Monday through Saturday
evenings at 8 p.m.; matinees are
Wednesday and Saturday at 2
p.m.
Auction Slated
Chai Chapter. American
Mizrachi Women, will hold its
annual auction on Sunday. April
27, at Temple Or Olom, at 8 p.m.
An Early Bird Sale will begin
at 5 p.m.
Proceeds from the sale and
auction are used for schools,
orphanages and day care centers
in Israel.
Parker I) Thomson, com-
munity leader and attorney, will
receive, the annual Fine Arts of
Beth David Award on April 26,
during the Nathaniel Rosen Gala
Reception at the home of Judith
and Stanley Davidson. The
reception will follow the debut of
the cello virtuoso Nathaniel
Roaan, Gold Medal winner of the
Tchaikovsky International Cello
Competition.
The Fine Arts Award, given in
recognition of Thomson's con-
tribution to the cultural com-
munity includes a monetary gift
to a promising University of
Miami graduate student, who
will be a guest at a special
"Evening with the Artist."
Thomson, partner in the firm
of Paul and Thomson, graduated
from Princeton University and
Harvard Law School magna cum
laude. As a member and first
chairman of the Metropolitan
Dade County Council of Arts and
Sciences, he has worked to
promote the growth of Dade
County's cultural community.
In addition. Thomson has
actively participated in numerous
civic organizations, such as
Tropical Audubon Society. He is
a trustee of Ransom-Everglades
School, president of the board of
directors of Spectrum House and
member of the legal committees
of the Florida Philharmonic and
Metropolitan Museum and Art
Center.
Dr. Sol Landau, rabbi of Beth
David Congregation, will make
the official presentation at the
(reception for benefactors and
patrons of the Nathaniel Rosen
Gala. In announcing the award.
Roberta Shevin. chairman of the
Awards Committee, expressed
thanks to the community for
ubmitting a distinguished list of
i .iminees.
"While all the nominees were
worth of recognition." she said,
"we are particularly proud to
honor Parker. I). Thomson for his
achievements in the arts and add
his name to the list of cultural
leaders who have given
distinguished service to the
community'' Last year's
recipient was painter-sculptor
Eugene Massin.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau,
and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Davidson are honorary chairmen
of the event. Toby Ansin is
chairman of the Fine Arts of Beth
David, and Lotte Glover is vice
chairman. Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Mrs. Robertt Traurig are
ticket chairmen
Technion
Luncheon
The Miami Beach chapter.
Women's Division. American
Society for Technion, will hold its
closing luncheon meeting on May
8 at the Montmartre Hotel at
noon. Meetings will resume in
October at the same hotel.
Tony Simone. international
singer. will entertain. For
reservations, call Jean Zaben or
Dorothv Arthur
Sidney Traum
New York State Society of
CPA's; Dade County Chapter of
FICPA; has served as chairman
and director of the Estate
Planning Committee, and was
president of the Greater Miami
Tax Institute. He is a frequent
lecturer in the field of estate
planning and taxation.

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Oroi itz, wife of the late Max Orovitz; and Mr, James Orovitz and her husband
Mt. Sinai Founders Dinner-Dance
Highlight of the Silver
taniversan dinner-dance of the
Founders of Mount Sinai Medical
Cent* Saturday evening. April
1_. at the KountainebleauHilton
was the announcement of a
record number of members, a
total of *6 since last year
Kighteen of them announced
from the floor during the affair.
Much of the credit for the all-
time membership record was
given to the Signature Club, by
Arthur Pearlman. president of
the Founders. The Signature
Club, formed last July, is made
up of Founders who enrolled at
least one new Founder before the
dinner-dance. To become a
Founder, a person must pledge a
minimum of $50,000 to Mount
Sinai.
In addition to celebrating its
25th anniversary, the Founders
also paid tribute to past
presidents of the organization
and presented plaques to the six
in attendance. They were
Leonard Wien. Paul Faske. Ed
Shapiro, Max Cogen. Bing
Kossoff and Pearlman. Shepard
Broad, chairman of the event,
made the presentation.
Past president Julius Darsky
also was acknowledged and
Gerald Lewis accepted honors for
the late Jacob Sher. Polly
deHirsch Meyer accepted a
plaque for her late husband.
Baron The late Benjamin Kline's
award was presented to his
nephew. Leonard Friedland.
THOSE announcing their
membership in the Founders
Club during the evening were
Harry and Jayne Achter. Bauder
Fashion College, represented by
Maria Floyd and John Kettles.
Philip Fidler. Bert Freedman,
George Goldbloom. Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Gordon. Mrs. Irving
(Jacqueline) Kovens. Mrs. Alan
(Patricia) Lebow. Mrs. Ira (Eva
Don) Liberson. Robert M.
Markley. Benjamin A. Miller.
Leona Pearlman. Matthew
Rosenhaus, Edda Rubinaon and
Lloyd Shayne. Dr. and Mrs.
Phillip Frost announced a
posthumous Foundership for
their parents. Abraham Frost
and J. Burton Orr.
Along with Mr. and Mrs
Shepard Broad who chaired the
event, co-chairmen Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Mark and Mr. and Mrs.
Carol Greenberg were lauded for
their successful efforts.
In commemoration of the silvei
anniversary, the entire ballroom
was decorated in a silver theme.
Tall leafy trees, sheathed in
silver, formed an archway for
arriving guests. Miniature white
lights, mirrors and shimmering
silver floral arrangements were
all part of the decor. The Ted
Martin Orchestra provided
romantic dance music.
NEW FOUNDERS announced
in the evening's program in-
cluded:
NEW FOUNDERS announced
in the evening's program in-
cluded:
Samuel I. Adler. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation: Mrs. Arnold (Janet)
Aronoff. a member of the board
of the Jewish Federation; David
R. Balogh; Paul Berkowitz.
Michael Brumer: Mrs Fay
Buckner; Milton Chait. formerl>

/ Xnti'Defamation League's Societ I.
0 Bob Graham with tht Florida Thousand ]
Hi Servici Award at a dinner-danci on \
Diplomat Hotel in Hpllywood Some 400
poraU leaden attended. Arthur Pearlman is tht / .
Fellows chairman. Aaron Podhurst larvt i
County dinner chairman, and Jules J !< tslei 1
Broward County dinner chairman Arthur \
ADL's southern area director, u as the keynoti
tared with Oov (iraham is Florida Thousand < I
H Margolis.
Co-chairpersons of the Silver Anniversary dinner-danci of thi
Founders of Mount Sinai Medical Center Rath and Shepanl
Broad, the couple on the right, are pictured with Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Horwitz. Horwitz is a new Founder.
of Pittsburgh and now of
Hallandale;
Morris Cohen, representing the
Abe and Sylvia Cohen Foun-
dation: Louis E. Cohen. Reba
Cole, active in the Godmother's
League: Joseph M. Drexler; Jack
Esformes: Samuel Farber.
executive treasurer of Mount
Sinai: Milton E. Feldman;
Mark Friedman: Mrs Phillip
(Patricia) Frost; Donald Cache:
Mrs Donald (Ellen) Cache, a
Mount Sinai Godmother and
member of the Auxiliary. Harold
Gaines;
Also. Armando Gerstel: Mrs
Albert J. (Patricial Gilson;
Harvey Goodman: Jules Gorlitz.
State Rep Elaine Gordon; Alfred
Green; Carol Greenberg: Mrs
Carol (Lorraine) Greenberg:
Philip Greenberg;
Barbara Greenberg. Jacob
Gruber; Seymour A. Heller:
Lewis Horwitz; Robert L.
Jacobson; Dr. F derico
Justiniani: Nancy Kan .. Mrs.
Henry (Joan) Keller Morris
Kirsch;
Sheila Z. Kline, a wodmother;
Harold Konover; Ted Konover;
Mrs. Murry (Helene E.)
Koretzky, past chairperson of
Godmothers and an Auxiliary
Life member: Curt Drew
Koscow: Stanley Kosoff: Lou
Levin: Mrs. Edward C. (Julie)
Levy. Jr;
Mrs. J. Gerald (Louise) Lewis.
Godmother and member of the
auxiliary: Mrs. Samuel D.
(Isabel) May; Gerald Miller;
Louise T. L. Smith, representing
the Mount Siani Medical Center
Auxiliary as current president;
Mrs Alfred P. (Ruth) Orleans;
Irving Pollack: the late Mrs
Harold (MaryI Raisler: Ralph
Rosenberg: Mrs Herbert (Betty)
Sadkin. active in the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation: Ben Saewitz;
Ted Safian. director of Mount
Sinai Medical Center Foun-
dation:
Eugene Segal: Mrs. Bernard
(Doree) Selevan: Frederick King
Shochet. publisher and editor of
The Jewish Flondtan newspaper;
George Simon: Mrs Harry
(Beatrice) Sley. Miami Beach
resident; Dr. Mario M Stone;
the late Leonard Van Wye; Mrs
Irving (Dolly) Warren, president
of the Lila Motlev Cancer
Foundation tor the past 24 years;
and the Women's Cancer League
of Miami Beach, represented by
current president. Mrs. Ira (Eva
Don) Liberson.
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fo Address Hadassah
Amitai. television
"/'rlr director, author.
\*Tk'T a. -he American
IP"* ,7T.,.c, Vffairs Flenary
Zionist
in the
Miami Beach.
iiTdSn theMiami Bench
K?"JHadassah holds its
SS *..... Conf,"OM'
K-ADril^atSp-m
Paauville Hotel
mcooferenc ends rueeday
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Amitai a u"
^ Israel: Hi served in the
Spnah Usra. underground
defer- ?.f"
JworidWarll hi served in the
R-unent* organized by the
no in cooperation
nth the British Government Ha
Indipender.. ichieved the
plain in lamia
Defense Arm>
Pnaentl) Vn tai is m the Bald
of telexision production He has
produced and ted over 1.000
television programs, in the area
the arta. culture.
education and programs for
ethnic groups in their native
tonpies
Amitai a an i (pert in mass
communication, ranging from
wurnalism through film, radio.
.- ind television Me was
: the first editora, directors
and writers Nr the radio network
of Israel- Defense Army. Then
he as editor ol one of Israel's
most important dailies, liavar
and of the illustrated magazine
\-J'i v Hasha .. an author of
man> Uticies, theater plays, co-
author of a book, and author of
numirou1- radii v> npi
Amitai is considered an expert
on many cultural societiea Me
participated in a rescue
miss iftei i srthqunke on
reel ind part icipatad
p jungle i \pedilmn to the
n in Brazil
- \ nativi Israel, he has
Israi i Amitai
thorough knowledge of the
country social, aconomic and
political problems, much of which
stem from the massive im-
migration into that country for
over J.r> years He speaks six
languages, and his extensive
travels in many countries have
given him the opportunity to
study Jewish communal life in
many different countries Me was
at Camp David during the
Carter-Sadat-Begin summit as
part of the media corps writing a
daily new analysis.
lie holds an MA and Ph.D. in
American History from Columbia
University and has done further
study at NYU and Boston
University in human and
Community relations He has had
a professional career spanning
almost .11 years, from classroom
teaching to developing a
methodolog) to cope with
changing school populations in
New York Cit Amitai served as
youth director of camps and
Synagogues in the New York
area and in 1976 as national
director of the Hadassah Zionist
Nouth Commission
Building Fund Campaign
Underway for Bet Breira
We have the plans You are
foundation' is the slogan
Building Fund
Campaign ol Congregation Bat
and th.- results have
antlj surprised everyone in
young South Dade
gogue, according to
congregation leaders
1 >v l v million has been raised
i ontributora since
Irive officially opened on
reb .
Congregation Bet Breira. or
House of Choice, was founded in
July 1976, by 18 families seeking
alternative ways to express their
Jewish experience. Currently, the
temple membership roster has
swelled to nearly 400 families.
BIT BKK1RA was established
on the ideals of freedom and
choice, said Congregation
I resulent Howard Cantor This
_ tiuilding fund will give strength
to the membership. Originally.
they came through for each other
in all levels of providing support
tor their Judaism. Now. they are
responding to the call."
Because of the lack of per-
manent facilities, weekly services
MB held in the Killian Pines
Metn.-dist Church while Sabbath
and Hebrew classes are taught at
the Kendall Church of God. The
future home site of the temple
will be located on a 3.6 acre tract
at 9-408 SW 87th Ave.
Miami architect. Charles
s'eger. has designed an
ultramodern complex which
incudes the sanctuary, social
ha". library. administrative
offices and classrooms.
Kabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
attributes the tremendous
response to the Building Fund to
enthusiasm.
We re putting physical walls
around the spiritual home which
was aatabliahed when the
congregation was founded, he
explained "Our members
consider each gift as an in
veetment in their future
"FOR BET Breira. the future
is now' said Faith Mesnekoff. a
\ He preaident
congregation
the (ieneral
mittee
of the
and a member of
Campaign Com-
Our success is Iwsed on
the cooperation and camaraderie
the congregants. Its a
and
make
the drive enjoyable
among
very cohesive group
everyone participates to
Jewish Community Center News
The South Dade Center of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, offers a new
course. Aerobic Exercises.
beginning April 29 to June 17.
These aerobic exercises will
help the participants to achieve
increased strength and
flexibility, weight loss, cardio-
vascular improvement and a
firmer, well-toned body all to
the rhythm of a disco beat The
'lass w. ill be held from 9 to 10
a m on Tuesday and Thursdaj
mornings at the Center
i ontact .loan Fischer for
further information
Slim-Down Workshop will be
held at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center in
North Miami Beach on 4 con-
secutive Wednesdays beginning
April 30, from 10 a.m. to noon.
The course will include
behavior modification, nutrition
assessment and evaluation.
weight control techniques. The
class will share recipes and low-
cal snack foods Maintenance of
weight loss is the ultimate goal
Joyce Julian, M.S., HI)
Faculty Member of the
University of Miami Medical
School Chief Nutrition Con
Pavarotti to Sing Here Saturday
Luciano Pa> arotti, will sing in
th< finale ol Temple Beth
Sholom's 1979-80 musical season
when he appears in a concert.
Saturda) \pril 26 al 30 p.m.,
at Dade Count) Auditorium
The evening will be further
distinguished by the 36th an
niveraary celebration of Temple
Beth Sholom's Rabbi Leon
Kronish, in whose honor patrons
will be im ited to join Pa\ arotti in
an after performance dinner gala.
Accompanied by master
pianist. John Wustman.
Pavarotti will be singing an
evening ol works by Caldera
Handel, Durante, Verdi, Bizet,
Schubert and Ponchielli, Also in
the program are I.is/.t. Donizetti
and Tost i
Mizrachi Women
Hadar Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will meet
Thursday. May 1. at noon at
Washington Savings & Loan
Bank Building. 1132 Kane
Concourse, Bal Harbor.
A new film from Israel b> F.l Al
Airlines will be presented
Refreshments will be served.
Luciano Pavarotti
'sultant for Dade and Broward
County Public Schools will in-
struct this class.
For further information and
registration contact Myma
l.oman. Director. Adult
Education. Michael-Ann Russell
JCC. ______
The Jewish Community Center
of North Miami Beach presents
the last two films to complete the
Yiddish Film Festival serial
Viddle with the Fiddle.
Wednesday, April 23. and The
Cantors Son. Wednesday, April
30, both at B p m
Shown m the Katz
\uditorium. the English sub-
titled films will be introduced b)
Sender and Mindelle Wajsman,
with piano and song
The same films, for senior
adults only, will also Ik- held in
the Katz Auditorium of the JCC
on Thursday. April 24, Thursday.
May 1. at 10 a.m.
For additional information
contact the JCC
On Sunday. April 27. at 1 p.m.,
the Jewish Community Center's
South Dade Center is having a
Sunday outing for singles
Children are welcome. Bring
your own food, grills and drinks,
and games are provided
NEW IN TOWN?
Let MIAMI SHALOM
^ 4. Greet you at a
94f Special Reception!!
Sunday, May 4 7:30 p.m.
Phone: 576-4000, ext. 251
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
.. .
She added. "My husband
David and our co-chairmen,
Marlene and Richard Levy and
Larry and Barbara Stein, have
taken a positive approach in
attaining our goal Everybody
involved realizes what's at stake
here "
Further information and
brochures are available from the
Bet Breira Building Fund office
Harmony Lodge to
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B'nai B'nth Harmony I-odge
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meeting at the Washington
Savings Auditorium at 8 p.rn Si
638 NK 181 St.. North Miami
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JWVA Honors Emmy Winner
I;
The National Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A. honored Dr. Barbara
Myerhoff as their "Woman of the
Year" at a banquet on Saturday
evening April 19. in Philadelphia
Dr Myerhoff is an Academy
Award and Emmy winning
anthropology professor at the
University of Southern
California. She discussed her
book. Number Our Days and
presented the prize-winning film
based on her book.
"So what do you want from us
here?'' Barbara Myerhoff was
asked when she first visited the
Alivah Senior Citizens Center in
Venice. Calif Dr. Myerhoff had
come to the Center to begin a
studv of the process of aging in a
group of elderly Jews. What she
wanted'" was information on
what it is that gives these old
people their marvelous vitality in
the face of adversity. In a sense
she was going back to her roots,
studying her own people instead
of the more exotic cultures she
might ordinarily explore. And
during the several years she came
to spend with the people at the
Center. Dr. Myerhoff became
almost a member of this lively,
interesting family."
There was no way that I could
have anticipated the great impact
of the study on my life.'' she
writes in Number Our Days, the
account of her experience. Her
film of the same titled, produced
for PBS. won the Academy
Award for Best Documentary
Short Subject in 1976.
The men and women Barbara
Myerhoff writes about in her
book will soon disappear and
with them will go a distinctive
way of life. Long ago they im-
migrated from the shictls of
eastern Europe to the garment
districts of New York and
Chicago Now. in their eighties
and nineties, they are living
independently in small apart
ments and totals in a closed
community oi several thousand
near the beaches ol southern
California.
Cut off from children, family
and younger Jews, they have
kept a distinctive, authentic
culture. described by Dr.
\1\erhott as an uneasy mixture
ol many beliefs and traditions
Yiddishkeil. socialiam, Zionism,
atheism and fervent American
patriotism.'' She notes that it is a
culture that seems to give these
people the strength to face
enormous daily problems
poverty, neglect, loneliness, poor
health, inadequate housing and
physical danger.
THE AUTHOR, who reminded
many of the center members of
their seldom seen children and
grandchildren, quickly became
more than just an observer.
Affectionately called 'Barbara
dolly," she was their friend,
confidante and unofficial family
member, rejoicing at their
celebrations and mourning at
their funerals.
Myerhoff found in the group "a
combination of humor, flexibility,
courage and authentic folk
wisdom" that went far beyond
the limits of their small world.
- According to her, "The con-
ventional > American goals and
preoccupations youth, beauty,
power. : tooney, sexuality,
mobility, progress and change -
are anathema to the group. They
hava had to find their own
reasons and resource* for living
meaningfully and have developed
a lifestyle which m adequate to
their disabilities and
limitations "
How have they managed this?
In part, she believes, by the
ingenious application of their
symbolic, mythic and ritual
heritage. They have always
known that life is a struggle that
has nothing to do with happiness.
"It is good to be a Jew. it is hard
to be a Jew. so what else is new?"
they aak with a shrug and a
laugh.
THE MEMBERS' days
filled with talk about things of
great importance to them
religion, food. Jews, goyim.
government, children, grand-
children. Israel and plenty of
bickering and fighting among
themselves. At one point the
conflicts become so severe that a
psychologist is called in
Although he is Jewish and not at
all unlike their own sons and
daughters, he cannot really
understand their special
problems and needs; theirs is a
culture that is surprisingly
foreign to him
Myerhoffs own life was
changed by her contact with the
people of the center. In them she
found her own roots, denied to
her as to so many of her
generation by parents in a hurry-
to be American. She also came to
realize that none of us is educated
to cope with aging and death.
How shall we know the
possibilities and limits of being
old?'' she asks. "We are
dehumanized and impoverished
without our old people, for only
bv contact with them can we can
w:e come to know ourselves, and
only thus cease looking at them'
as an alien remote people un-
connected with ourselves."
The National Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, an
organization with members
throughout the nation, carries
out extensive and diverse service
programs. In addition to
traditional programs as a
veterans organization, such as
social service to men and women
in active service, counseling
veterans on benefits to which
they are entitled, and extensive
work in veterans administration
hospitals, the National Indies
Auxiliary. Jewish War Veterans
as an organization of concerned
women, has expanded its
programs to serve even broader
segments of the community
Their programs include service
to instituttonali7.ed and handi-
capped children, senior citizens
and community organizations of
e\ ery sort.
The National Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans, maintains
strong legislative programs, and
its voice has been heard on
Capitol Hill and in city and state
legislatures all through the
nation on such topics as con-
sumerism, women's rights,
questions affecting the security
of Israel. Soviet Jewry, arms
control and disarmament, and
the Equal Rights Amendment
Pioneer Women Observe
State of Israel Anniversary
The 32nd anniversary of the
Slate of Israel and the 32nd
birthday of the (iolda Meir
Chapter of Pioneer Women will
he celebrated at the chapter -
annual Mother's Day Luncheon.
Sunday. May 4. at noon, at the
Montmartre Hotel. Miami Beach
According to Lena Pushkin,
founding president of the group,
who will be present at the event.
the club was founded during the
same week that Israel became a
state
Harriet Green, national via
pr-sident of the American Zionist
Federation and president ol the
South Florida Council ol Pioneer
Women, will be guest speaker at
the annual luncheon Green will
diSCU88 the Middle East situation
toda) -ifni the needs ol Pioneer
Women and its sister
organization in Israel. Na amal
Honorees at the luncheon will
be Rae Barman, life member of
the organization, who will be
named Woman of the Year. Dora
Halpern. treasurer and lite
member, who will be named
Mother of the Year and all the
women of Israel for their efforts
on behalf of the reborn State
Katherine Lippman. president
of the Golda Meir chapter, said
there will be musical en-
tertainment, and husbands and
friends are invited.
Reservations may be secured
at the Pioneer Women Council
offices, Miami Beach.
Harriet Green, national
building fund chairman of
Pioneer Women and president of
the South Florida chapter of the
Jewish Historical Society, will be
the guest speaker at the Club II
chapter of Pioneer Women's
annual Mother's Day Luncheon
Wednesday. April 30. at noon, in
the Shelborne Hotel. Miami
lieach She will discuss the
current problems in the Middle
fast
Featured entertainment will be
a musical program that includes
Rose Gershen, vocalist and Helen
Skolnick, pianist
I he luncheon is by reservation
only. Proceeda will go to the
Child Rescue Fund
Ida Chinsk). president ol the
chapter, will chair the luncheon
Reservations can be secured b)
telephoning the Pioneer Women
( ouncil office
Mr and Mrs l.eon Yodofl will
sing and entertain at the meeting
ol the Hi Rise hikvah Chapter ol
Pioneei Women Tuaadaj Ma) I
at noon, in the card room ol Forte
Towers, Miami lieach.
The meeting is free and open to
the public and refreshments will
l>e serv ad
Clara Rubinstein is program
chairman Jeanette Kant row it/ is
president of the chapter
Helen Fisher. spiritual
adoption chairman of the A viva
Chapter of Pioneer Women, is
sponsoring a luncheon and card
party in honor of her birthday
Wednesday. April 30. at noon, in
the auditorium of the
Washington Savings and Loan
Association. 633 NE 167 St..
North Miami Beach.
The luncheon is open to
everyone and a donation is
requested. The proceeds will go
to the Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
Margot Amstel is president,
and Dora Cohen ia publicity
chairman.
Judaic Objects on Exhibit
An exhibit of Judaic objects
and turn of the century antiques
and artifact* will be held at
Temple Beth Am. A wine and
cheese party on Thursday
evening. May 1, will open the
showing at the temple.
Objects are from the collec-
tions of temple members and
friends. Among the items is a
copy of a conversion document
dated in 1853.
Students of the temple will
view the exhibit which will link
them to generations past.
Chairing the exhibit are Nancy
Greenberg. Cynthia Lewis and
Loretta Siegel. Among others on
the committees are Florence
Birchansky, Marilyn Solomon.
Ilisa Golub. Doreen Marx, Diana
Elson, Edith Zipp, Muriel Revitz
and Barbara Zunmet t.
Members of the community are
invited to the opening party and
to the exhibit which will run
through May 5. There is no
charge
Music Is Kreeg
Consuming Passion
Continued from Page l-B
telling jokse." Kreeger recalled.
W a didn't arrive until twenty of
nine."
Perlman. who uses hand
crutches, still had to get to the
stage He barely had time to take
his violin out of the case. He
arrived on stage at the same
moment that Kreeger made it to
hi~ seal
He played with absolute
composure with no sign of any
tension I was | wreck. said
Kreeger
ASKED TO compare Perlman
and Pinchaa Zukerrnan which
he hesitated to do Kreeger
said 1 don I think there is any
violinist in the world who has the
technical facility Perlman has.
For virtuoso repertoire, he is
unsurpassed
\sked why so many Israeli
musicians leave their country.
Kreeger pondered Many leave
tor studies and they can do more
tor Israel b) touring the world as
ambassadors ot good will than bv
staving at home and MM having
anyone know how greet the)
.o.
Hut not satisfied with his own
answer. Kreeger called his tnend.
virtuoso pianist David liar-Han.
m \ew York-
Bar Han said Israel has (he
largest par capita audience in the
world, but the total population is
onl) 3.5 million, the equivalent of
Greater Detroit Israel has
produced phenomenal number
ot musicians, but no one country
tan support a performer
"The Israel Philharmonic has
produced a number ol dia-
tinguished players who h,i\'
i jved otters they couldn t
refuse, liar Han went on It I
common to find al leasl one
Israeli in ever) orchestra, he
HI I W HY Umi t the Israel
Philharmonic achieved the
prominence "t man) "'.her or
, hesl ras Is it the fault the
i. >ndu< lor, Zubm Mehl a '
h hard to attract world
ranked conductoi t" live pei
manentl) in Israel. Kt< i
ponded The Philharmonic
has dom remarkabl) well; the)
have made quilt a tew recor
dings
The other major on hestras
the l^ondon SymphoO) and Phil
harmonic, the Amsterdam Con
certgebouw all have long
histories and traditions Hut once
you get past them and the live
major American orchestras -
New York. Hoston. Philadelphia,
Ck'veland and Chicago the
Israel Philharmonic is as good as
any and can hold its own '
Kreeger pointed out that the
Israel Philharmonic is less than
30 years old. adding, "1 don't
know if it's fair that a relatively
new orchestra should be asked to
match traditions with an or-
chestra 100 years old."
BESIDES, he said, the major
American orchestras have
budgets of $10 million a year. He
ia aure the budget of the Israeli
group is much less.
Asked how great Mehta is as a
conductor. Kreeger said: "He's a
charismatic figure who has
brought attention to Israel which
it otherwise would not have had.
It's too early to tell whether he is
a great conductor. He has a flair
for 19th century works, for the
late romantic works, the Strauss
tone poems, snd he conducts
Bruckner well.
"But Mehta is also a young
conductor, and it takes time to
judge him, to see how he does.
We tend to appreciate people's
work with 20, 20 hindsight.
Jascha H ornate in died, and then
all of a sudden he's a great con-
ductor. Who cared about him
beforehand? Mehta has to be
viewed in terms of the current
conductors.
Julian and Judy Kree/rei
Abram u ith isitinn
./m'/i/i Kalichsti
KREEGER thai
Miami is a first class Clt)
musicalh though not in tin
ol New York r i I.
The Florida Philhat
the Other hand is I
he says, but is struggling \
recurring probli m Ki
is failure to atti
reeental i\ < lead the
aatablishmenl l I
attracted he.u ywei| port 10
the community
constant crisis situ
Kreeger. w I)> > th<
Conductor s Seal +
said t hat for ne> i I'hil-
harmoni< -
dire* tor is l:
director ol
phon) who is
Kreeger app '" ^
program. '
on W I Ml
regularly lor I
program guid< li'
and his
KKI H.I I! s
she
in a U
ism.. M
like rorruinlK
mvolvemeni
lens, she s.i\ .,
rhi Kreegei
from Sew Yorl
school logetl
need together in M forsrver.
years
The) s..\ that while
relationships proba >ujdnt
take all that togetherness, theirs
can, and the working together
works out verv well Boll
they have their Strong poutti.
their own personalities and cob*
plement each other
Except in an emergency, they
rarelv work together on the same
case "and seldom sac each wiwr
much during the day WbsothW
do. they bounce ideas oft eacn
other.
JUDY SAYS. Julian thrive*,.
on one horrendous, gargantuan
case, I don't do too many w
that She prefers probf ""*
or other cases where she can
predict and balance hr time.
things she can plan according to
her schedule rather than c
cording to the court calendar
The Kreegers have thr* fh*
dren.ages 10. 8 and 3. and.fone
of them is Ul. she Ukes to be able
to stay with them
Kreeger graduated fro")
Yeahiva University High Sdaw
(then known a. the T.lmudic*
\cademy I
The most valuable partof my
eduction in the prep"ton to
theatudyoftawwasm^t^
the Talmud, says Kreege
discipline from studying
Talmud was invaluable.IIJJ
my children can hene
similarly."


1980
*"Jknist fhridfiar
Bonds Launches Reinvestment Effort
a campaign to secure rein
vestment of Israel Bonds which
have matured or will come due
during l^11 has been launcned by
(ht. Israel Bond* Organization.
Qwr |83 million in coupon
nj itvinga honds will mature
during 1*0.", said 2fS ,t
rteson, general chairman of the
local Bonds organization. "In
addition, there were $45 million
in matured bonds outstanding as
-I N,n 30, 1979. This makes a
potential of over $125 million in
Israel Honds which should be
remv.'st.-d during 1980. "Now
that a pmee treaty has been
signed between Israel and
Egypt GaTBOB said. "Israel
needs bond reinvestment dollars
both t.i continue its ongoing
economic development and to
meet the extraordinary new
challenges of peace.
"ISRAEL does not have the
full use of money from matured
bonds, as this must be set aside
for redemption payments. By
reinvesting, bondholders put this
money back into the nation's
economy, where it is so vitally
neadadat this time."
\ $1 billion Kconomic
Development for Peace l-oan was
launched in 1979 to help Israel
n increased economic
burden
"The unprecedented needs of
peso greater reapon-
sibiiity on the Israel Bonds
Organization than aver before,
I he peace treaty
sets a ee-yi ai deadline for
rge civilian and
populations fmm the
Sina '.... \ r*he first of
irs is more t ban halt o\ BT
last new civilian in
ust st ill !> built in
m1 ommodate the
isi be m'\I'd there
Beth To rah Groups
Set Auction
M In Kahaner Sisterhood
rah Men's Club are
a merchandiae
held in t hf Nannie
.'..'. Synagogue and
Beth Torah
ation on Sunday. April
A'eaver, the weather
*ill be auctioneer. Preview
; Bi Bl 6 p m auction
at 7 Proceeds will
: Youth Scholarship
ruin community is in
attend
Money, Gas Talk
'"! Mow to Save
and Money on Your
Hill will be address (I
bj Susan Steela of Florida Power
and Light on Thursday. April 24.
a in at the Washington
In addition, Israel's continuing
economic development cannot be
impeded."
\ venue.
Hank. Washington
Miami Beach: second
1 i"K hanilkomr physn lan in
Florida is looking for a very at
pretty, slim, educated
age 24 28 of (me Jewish
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Purpose matrimony Ap
i""< nit.' photo with your answer
W'-uId be confidentially re-
turned Write Box VHP. The
'ish Klondian. P.O. Box 01-
'"" 3 Miami. Kla 33101.
IxHral bond holders are asked
to get in touch with the Israel
Bonds office in the Honey Plaza
Israel Bond Events
ROLLING (iKEEN "E"
Residents of Rolling Green
"E" will honor Nat and Honey
Lindauer at an Israel Bonds
"Night in Israel" Wednesday.
May 7. at 7:80 p.m.. in the fourth
floor auditorium. North Miami
Beach.
According to Irving and Hilda
Lifschitz. co-chairmen, the
Lindauers will be recognized for
their participation in numerous
Jewish philanthropic and service
groups. Lindauer is a diligent
worker and supporter of Israel
Bonds and the UJA. He is a
member of the Knights of
Pythias, the Masons and serves
on the board of Rolling Green.
Mrs Lindauer is a past
president of the Rolling Green
"E" Social Club and is a member
of OUT and Hadassah
Special guest at the "Night in
Israel" will be Danny Tadmore.
Jewish humorist and song
stylist
TEMPLE BETH AM
Evelyn and Bernard Goodman
will receive Israels City ol Peace
Award at the Temple Beth Am
Salute to Israel'' to be held at
9:46 a.m.. Sunday, in the temple
social hall, under the auspices of
the Israel Bind Organization.
The (ioodmans have served in
numerous leadership positions
within the temple and other
Jewish organizations. Mrs.
(ioodman was the recipient of the
1978 Israel Bonds Golda Meir
Award.
Special guest will be Dr. Arieh
L. Plotkin. former officer in the
Intelligence Corps of Israel's
Defense Forces.
BAY HARBOR
Gladys Israel will receive
Israel's Generation Award at
Bay Harbor's "Salute to Israel"
to be held Sunday at 10 a.m.. at
the Lancelot Hall. Mrs. Israel
will receive the award for her
activities with Israel Bonds and
many Jewish philanthropic and
service organizations.
Special guest will be Kddie
Schaffer. American-Jewish folk
humorist Co-chairpersons are
Albert Schwartz and Esther
Silverman.
Temple Judea to Honor
Jerry and Barbara Isan
Temple Judea and the State ol
Israel Bonds Organization will
pa) tribute to Jerrj and Barbara
Isan al the annual Israel Dinner
ol State, wbuh will be held on
behalf ol the Bond- organize) ion
["he event is slated for Saturday,
Ma) 10, .a T 30 p m in the
Temple Judea Social Hall.
Long active in Jewish com-
munal service, the Isan- haw
been leader- ol the Temple .India
congregation, and Isan has
served on the board "t directors
For the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, he was on the ad
\ i-ory board and worked on the
High School in Israel program
Mr- lean is a member ol the
Women- Division board ot the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation tor South Dade Isan
i- .. founder and trustee ol B<'ti
Gurion Univarait) and. with his
wife has been a leader of the
Michael-Ann RusaeU Jewish
Community Center He is also a
Hallandale Jewish Center
has opening lor Ritual Director
and Baal Koreh Replies to 416
NE 8th Avenue. Hallandale. Fia
33009 Phone 1305) 454 9100
Ji rr~\ and Barbara Isan
member ot the Presidents Club
and a founder ol the Universit) ol
\l [ami
Mr- I-an is a member ol the
Council ol Jewish Women, Lowes
\n Museum, PACE, and the
Miami Heart Vssociation Isan is
., general partner ol Don Carter's
Lanes and a director ol Air
Florida
Special guest at the temple
Judea Israel Dinner of State will
be I mil Cohen, the American
Jewish tolk humorist Dinner
chairman is Dr'Clifford Mars
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annual Israel Dinner of State, when two of their colleagues were
honored with the Lion of Judah Award. For their dedication
and devotion to the economic survival of Israel, the award was
presented to Philip Pearlman (left) and Arthur Lazarus (right).
Mrs. Pearlman is second from left with Mrs. Lazarus.
Israel Bonds Leaders Hear Begin
Israel s Prime Minister
Menachem Begin addressed local
Israel Hond leadership from
Washington. via special
telephone hook-up. stressing the
continued need to increase honds
sales because of Israel's develop-
ment of the Negev area.
Israel Bonds Chairman of Cash
Mobilization. Eric Salm.
discussed the importance of
collecting cash for recently made
Ixind pledges
UM Women's Commission
Honors Audrey Finkelstein
L'niverstij ol Miami alumna
\udrey Kinkelstein received the
Maj \ Branson Award tor
out standing contribut ions
toward improving the status ol
women .it the university, March
-
The award, which honors the
second dean "i woman, was
tented by t he I M W omen b
Commission al its seventh an
nual breakfast
Long active in the arras ol
education and communitj
relations, Finkelstein has been
honored by numerous local and
national organizations \ cum
laude graduate, Class (>t 1938, she
has given her time to the
university s Women's Com-
mission, Women's Guild, College
ol Kits and Sciences and Alumni
Vssociation In 1971, Finkelstein
r Merit
President Henry King
Stanford was cited al the break
last tor his eflorts to ad\ ance the
stat us ot w omen.
Frances Tarlton iSissy I
Farenthold. president of Wells
College, was theguesl speaker \
formei Texas legislator and law
professor, Farenthold -aid she
wanted to \isit the
Universit) ol Miami after
President Stanford's
statement that sexist
ii marks would not be tolerated at
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Temple Or Olom
Rabbi Samuel Kudy of Temple
Or Olom has initiated three adult
study groups to >* held Tuesdays
and Thursdays al s p.m. and on
Saturday s at 5 30 p m
On Tuesdays, the discussions
will t*' centered on Jewish
religion and Yiddish, and on
Thursdays, the Bible and
Hebrew On Saturdays, the
Talmud and the portion ol the
week will be studied
Temple Or Olom continues to
hold daily minyans Monday
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Greenberg to Head
Temple Emanu-El
Carol Greenberg will be in-
stalled as president of Temple
Emanu-El for the third con-
secutive year at the temple's
semi-annual Family Night
dinner-dance meeting on Sunday.
April 27, at 6 p.m., in the
Friedland Ballroom.
Marty Glenn and his Orchestra
will provide entertainment, and
installation of officers will take
place. Judge and Mrs. Irving
Cypen are chairmen for the event.
Samuel N. Friedland will be
installed as chairman of the
board. Judge Irving Cypen and
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro will be
installed as vice chairmen.
Vice presidents to be installed
include: Samuel Adler. Norman
Braman, Irving Cowan, Dr.
Maxwell Dauer, Barton S.
Goldberg, Abel Holtz. Dr.
Sherman R. Kaplan, Hal Kaye.
Murry Koretzky. Harry A. Levy.
Stephen Muss. Arthur Pearlman.
Lawrence M. SchanU. Milton
Sirkin. Michael Taines and
Leonard Zilbert.
Honorary vice presidents are
Herbert Buchwald. Sidney
Cooperman, Dr. Stanley
Frehling. Charles Fruchtman,
Samuel J. Halperin, Harry
Millman. A.J. Molasky, Emil
Morton, Matthew B. Rosenhaus,
Harry Rott, Herbert Sad kin.
Jack Silverman. William
Silverstein, Louis Stein. George
J. Talianoff and Dr. George S.
Wise.
Secretaries are Malcolm
Fromberg and Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein. Associate secretaries are
Jules P. Channing. Dr. Jack Falk
and Ronald L Fine Jack Taylor
is treasurer, and associate
treasurers are Mrs. Benjamin
Beloff. Leonard Friedland. Larry
Paskow and Herbert C. Zemel.
Financial secretaries are
Morton Gittlin and Mrs. Bernard
D. Kaplan. Associate financial
secretaries are Jack Fineberg.
Allen Goldberg and Dr. Arnold
Oper. Albert E. Ossip will serve
as recording secretary, and
associate recording secretaries
will include Leon A. Epstein,
Daniel Neal Heller, Burnett Roth
and John Shapiro.
Past presidents of Temple
Emanu-El include Mayer H.
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Carol Greenberg
Frankel. Samuel N. Friedland.
Joseph M. Rose, Joseph M.
Lipton, Max Boderman. Joseph
Cohen. Judges Herbert S.
Shapiro and Frederick N. Barad.
Serving as directors for a three-
year term are Joseph Abelow,
Leonard Abramson. Benjamin
Beloff. Maurice Gans. Abel E.
Gamer. Phillip Goldfein. George
Goldbloom. Philip M. Greenberg.
Leo Hack. Bernard D. Kaplan.
Zev Kogan. William Landa.
Alvin Malnik. David B. May. Dr
David A. Nathan. Edward T.
Newman. Samuel Pascoe. Henry
Penchansky. Eli Qua in. Murray
Resnick. Maurice Revitz. Frank
Schneider. Norman Schindler.
Harold J. Segal. Benjamin I.
Shulman. Louis Spector. Alfred
Stone, Edward H. Weiner.
Eugene J. Weiss. Charles Yavers
and Raphael K Yunes.
Members of the Nominating
Committee for 1981 were Judge
Frederick N. Barad. chairman:
Bernard D Kaplan. Henry
Penchansky. Burnett Roth. (
Harold J. Segal. Dr. Ellis M.
Barrist. Benjamin Cypen.
Eugene Howard. Sen. Paul
Steinberg and Mrs. Richard
Schwartz.
Reservations may be made by
calling the temple office.
Beth Am Salutes
Richard Rodgers
In lieu of the sermon, the Beth
Am Adult Choir will present a
musical-narration entitled, "A
Salute to Richard Rodgers" at
the Friday service April 25, at
*:30 p.m.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard.
lenior rabbi of the congregation.
*ill prepare and read the
narration. Selma Baumgard, who
has been director of the choir for
25 years, will direct.
The narration, set to the music
of Rodgers. will compare the
ideas and ideals in the songs of
the composer to some of the basic
teachings in Judaism. The Beth
Am Choir includes many soloists,
such as Dr. Robert Brewster of
the University of Miami and
Joseph Rubin of Miami Dade
Junior College, cantonal soloist.
James Bennett is the temple
organist who will assist the
singers on the piano for this
occasion.
Some of the members of the
choir have been singing for close
to 25 years. These include
Bernice Anapol. Ann Aibel and
Sylvia Weinberg. Other temple
members singing for many years,
who will be featured in the
program, include Iris Rosen, and
Pauli Levine. Other soloists are
Roxanne Fines. Merle Hamm
Danny Green. Steve Jenkins and
Julianne Shorer.
Emanu-El
Players in
'Born Yesterday'
The Temple Emanu-El Players
will present the Broadway
comedy, "Bom Yesterday," on
Wednesday. April 30. and
Thursday, May 1, in the temple's
Friedland Ballroom at 8:30 p.m.
The play will feature Blanche
Rosenblatt as Billie Dawn and
Charles Rosenblatt as Harry
Brock. The cast also includes Joe
Gardner. Lou Abrams, Dr.
Marvin Isaacson. Hazel Cypen.
BUI Holbert. Sandy Arthur. Bess
Susman. Shari Holbert. Linda
Holbert and Jaime Harris.
Trixie Levin is director, and
Hazel Cypen is assistant director.
Tickets are available at the
temple. All proceeds will go for
the Lehrman Day School
Scholarship Fund.
Four generations of Reinhards are, left to right A/-,
David (Arline) Reinhard, Mrs. Sam iBeckicI H,
Miss Felisa Reinhard and standing center, Mrs S, :,,ur
(Hermial Reinhard.
Reinhard Women Honored
The Hebrew Academy Women's annual Binvaii Brick
Journal Luncheon will honor four generations of Reinhard
women.
Mrs. S Louis Schwartz, chairperson of the luncheon, an-
nounced that it will be held on Wednesday. April 30. at Temple
EmwiU-El at BOOB Both men and women are planning to attend
the event
The Reinhard family is a well known pioneer family.
lluUOtI are Mrs Sam iBeckiel Reinhard. Mr- Seymour
(Hermial Reinhard. Mrs David (Arlinel Reinhard. and Mia*
IVlica Reinhard
All generations of Reinhard women are active in the
Hebrew Academy Women, the Minacbl, Hadassah. Ri
David and Yeshivoth in New York, and are active ill
charitable organizations
Mrs Henry Stern, president, suggests that anyoni in
tereatad in honoring the Reinhard family should col
Hebrew Academv Women's office.
Charles and Blanche Rosenblatt
Teacher wanted for
Hay Class for 1980-
81 Hebrew School
Term. Call 961-1700
for appt.
Jewish Radio In Miami
Jewish, Israeli & Chassidic Music
Live News from Israel
Thesimcha
Sunday 7- 10 a.m.
WVUM-FM90
In Celebration
Israel's
32nd Anniversary
Monday, April 21, 1980

President of Lebediker Branch, Labor Zionist Alliance, is
clarifying a situation.
We never failed to celebrate Israel's birthday, Yom'Hatz-
mauth. This day was observed since 1948 with holiness and
dignity.
I, as the coordinator of the Labor Zionist movement, re-
luctantly submitted to a national organization to prepare and
conduct in the proper manner, united with all organizations, this
traditional function. Regretfully, they failed; reason, not impor-
tant.
To the thousands who are looking forward to this cele-
bration annually, I feel that an explanation is due.
In the name of old friends and members, supporters of
Israel, we wish Israel to re-establish our ancient homeland with
peace and tranquility; and she should be forever a land of peace
and freedom and inspiration for all mankind.
Joseph P. Zuckerman, President
Fanny Gibson, Vice President
Oscar Shapiro, Vice President
Leon April, Morris Tamrss,
Leon Ornstein, Lester Bigelman,
Board of Directors


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fjommunity Events
.pu, I'nivrreity of Miami Opera Workshop and Contem
Chamber Ensemble will present the English comic opera
P*y*rt Herring" at 8 p.m.. Fridav and Saturday, April 25-26.
i iliKilippi Educational Center of the Greater Miami
uild Henjamin Britten's opera will be directed by UM
^ra!nfiss.irs Franklin Summers and Charles Campbell.
music prvit- ______
R,hat"li Ihe patient anddoctor.
Your Stroke, Your Doctor, and You" will be the topic of
. SKin h\ guest speaker Dr. Larry Eisner, a neurologist at
Uuini Sinai Medical Center at a meeting of the Stroke Club at
\i unt Sinai Medical ("enter on Thursday. May 1. at 3 p.m.. in
.ihospitar-'"'pl".vee cafeteria.
Th.' Stroke Club holds free meetings on the first Thursday
of each month
Rep Klaine Ciordon has been named to receive the 1980
LM*lt'vf r"ri<,n<* f *** i^rt* Award by Gov. Bob Graham.
Gordon ni chosen for her outstanding contributions to
nonda's cultural development." said Secretary of State George
Firestone
]n 1 Rep. Gordon implemented a program which
diabled th'1 House >>f Representatives to purchase 79 pieces of
Florida artista, which now form a permanent collection for
Dubbcviewing m the House Office and Capitol Buildings.
Barbara (oilman Gallery presents "Vantage Point a
Croup Edition of 12 prints by 12 printmakers: L. Jaffe. Edith
.mi Kosanna Socaccio. Shirl I. Green. Dorothea
WidVmann. Betty L. Kjelson. Arlene Sierra. B. H. Lisa. P.
Roberts. Meredith Smith. Constance Renaud. and Janice
HartweU Mao on exhibit will be Boxes and Masks by Marvelle
Adler Kaplan
The opening preview reception to meet the artists will be on
Fnda>. April 25, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Gallery Hours are
Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The exhibit
mil continue until May 20.
VMonarj Cities of the 21st Century, a collection of ar-
a inga and scale models by Paolo Soleri. will be on
Mew World Center Campus of Miami-Dade Com
munity Colk ge The exhibit opens Wednesday, April 30
Th. N ill be in the Fifth Floor Gallery Hours are 10
4.m to 5 p m Monday through Friday. The show continues
irt works from the Senior Centers of Dade
Ctaatj par! >>f the fourth annual Crafty Affair, scheduled
I .it the Main Public Library. 1 Riscayne Blvd
meni will be served at the 10 a.m. opening.
| i he Senior Centers of Dade County, Miami-
I'juV I nitj Cullege's Division of Community Service*
Sea W I enter Campus), and the Miami Dade Public
the event will continue through May 7. Hours
' p.n on May 1,2,6, 6, and 7: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
I |i m to ;> p.m. on May 4
I Keiired Medical-Dental Association of Greater Miami
ill meet Wednesday', May 7, at 1 p.m.. at the Washingtor
Mink 1133 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach Retiree
persona, with their qwuaaa, are invited.
Miami Dade Community College. New World Center
| htime Lively An- Sanaa presents "The Lively
Word,' ., day writers conference of poets, novelists,
graphen and other nationally known pro-
I he literary field. Among the speakers is journalist
I Ha '.mi, author of The Seal ana fAe Brighton, who
ek "ii I he Media l/ation of America" on Tuesday. April
I
ParkuaN Oeaatal Hoapital'a Auxiliary was to hold its 13th
annual award- and installation luncheon. Thursday. April 24. in
the Garden K1)orn 0f the Turnberry Isle Country Club.
A spei-i.il award presentation was to be made to Irving Stone.
co-chairman of the Gift Shop, for over 10.000 hours of tune
volunteered to Parkway General. Stone has been an active
volunteer at Parkway since 1974.
Carol Weia, artist and author, has won an award for her
quilt on display at the exhibition "Earth. Fibers and Fantastic
Forms VI at the Grove House. Coconut Grove, until May 2.
Put art in your life with a course in Creative Painting of
wed at the Coral Gabies Yooth Center. The claas will be con-
ducted by artist. Gigi Arameacu. every Tuesday from 9:30 am
L^noon
A free evening of dance and music, featuring the Junior
d Senior Ballet Companies of the Cultural Arts Society ot
futh Florida will be at the Miami Beach Senior High
Auditorium, on April 26. at 7:30 p.m. The general public and
Particularly, the newlv arrived British visitors to Miami Heach
to invited to the event
The Greater Miami Opera is presenting Its fourth and
including work tor the I079-80 season Glacomo Pu<
Miinnn Leecaut.' will be performed Sunday \p-''
- roPrn at the Miami I f the Performing vrt-
,, r'"r tickets call the Greater Miami Opera Kseodation on
UwaJWav.
High School in Israel has announced a series of gatherings
of its Miami Beach and South Dade friends and supporters.
The Miami Beach Steering Committee will host a reception
for supporters on May 7 at 8 p.m., at the home of Nancy and
Charles Lallouz. Future plans of the school will be discussed and
support activities will be planned.
Those interested in supporting this eight-week, intensive
academic experience for American high school juniors and
seniors to study the history of Western Civilization in Israel
should call Elaine Fleischer.
Rose Silverman will speak on "Its Healthy to Exercise" at
a meeting of the Dr. Abraham Wolfsoa Forum May 1 at 10 a.m.
at Washington Federal Bank. 1234 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach. On May 8, Janet Reno will speak on "Goals and
Objectives of the State Attorney's Office."
Fusion Dance Company announces two performances on
April 25 and 26 at Ransom Everglades Theater, Coconut
Grove. Tickets are available at the box office.
Surfside Senior Citizen's Club will observe its first an-
niversary with a party May 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Surfside
Community Center auditorium. Dancing and entertainment are
planned. Sylvia Dolinsky is president.
The Historical Association of Southern Florida invites you
to climb aboard the AMTRAK run from Miami to Fort
Lauderdale for an outing to the Gold Coast Railroad Museum on
Sunday. May 4. Tour guide Brice Yelen will take you through
the museum where you'U ride an authentic steam engine, view
the Ferdinand Megellan (the president's car) and enjoy a
working model railroad Bring a picnic lunch and beverage, and
be ready to depart at 9 a.m. from the AMTRAK station at 8303
NW 37th Avenue
Airman Marc S. Broder. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Broder of North Miami Beach, has been assigned to Chanute Air
Force Base, Illinois, after completing Air Force basic training.
Airman Broder is a 1977 graduate of North Miami Beach
Senior High School.
American Cancer Tennis Event 1980 will take place April 25
and 26 at the Royal Palm Tennis Club.
Committee for the annual two-day event to raise funds for
cancer research and care is comprised of Rita Doesch. Carol
Short and Harvey Stahl. Call them for information on the event.
Eli Cohen of Bal Harbour has been named to a new board of
directors formed by friends of the David Yellin Teachers College
in Jerusalem.
Get out your summer shorts and sneakers and prepare for
Fitness. Health and W ell-Being." is the message that I)r
Andrew G Wallace will give his audience at Miami Heart
Institute's Community Medical Dinner on April 22. Dr. \\ allace
,s Chief of the Division of Cardiology at Duke University and
professor of medicine at Duke's School of Medicine
I)r Wallace will address Miami area physicians earlier in the
evening at the Harold Rand Lecture presented by MHI.
Rubinsteins
Observe
Anniversary
Irving and Belle Rubinstein,
residents of Miami since 1946,
will celebrate their 50th an-
niversary on April 27 with a
dinner party given by their
children at the Swiss Chateau
Restaurant. Miami, at 5 p.m.
This is the third 50th an-
niversary to be celebrated in the
family, as Irving Rubinstein's
parents, Frank and Ida Rubin-
stein, and his grandparents.
Samuel and his wife also
celebrated their 50th an-
niversaries.
Attending the party on
Sunday are the Rubinstein's
children. Marilyn and Herman
Staiman. Allen and Joan Royce
and Herbert and Sue Rubinstein,
who are coming from Maryland
with their two children. The
grandchildren. David. Michael
and Lori Royce. Suzanne and
Richard Staiman and Julie and
MiUrhell Rubinstein also will
attend.
War Veteran
Auxiliaries
Mae Schreiber. president of the
department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary will attend the donor
luncheon installation of the Four
Freedoms Auxiliary' No. 402 at
the Montmartre Hotel in Miami
Beach on Thursday. May 1 at
noon. She and her officers will
install auxiliary president Ruth
Geoghegan and her 1980 staff of
officers and chairwomen. That
evening. Schreiber will install
incoming president Gerry
Chertoff of the Homestead
Naranja Auxiliary No. 384 at the
Homestead Jewish Community
Center.
Monday. May 5. Schreiber will
be a guest at the Department of
Florida's breakfast honoring
their National Commander's
Official Visit to Florida at the
Konover Hotel.
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Friday, April as
B'naiB'rith Women Set Regional Event
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B'nai B'rith Women. South
Coastal Region, will hold its Fifth
Annual Conference at the
Konover Hotel. Miami Beach.
May 3. 4. and 5. Special guest?
will include Murray Meyerson.
mayor of Miami Beach.
With his wife, he will attend
the banquet on May 4. and will be
one of the judges for the "$1.97
Talent Show" in which the
representatives will participate.
Among the features of the
conference will be seminars,
workshops. and awards
presentations with such titles as
'Prime Time," "Face the
Region," "Lets Make a Deal."
"Issues and Answers," and
"MASH."
The 250 representatives
coming from 67 chapters and
eight councils throughout Florida
and as far away as Savannah. Ga.
will hear speakers discussing
timely issues.
Among the guest speakers will
be Lillian Holstein. B'nai B'rith
Women past international
president from Pittsburgh. Pa.
who will speak about the various
programs and projects of B'nai
B'rith Women; Jean B. Wilson,
national program coordinator for
the March of Dimes Birth
Defects Foundation, coming from
New York to participate in the
conference; JC. Collier. Jr..
director of marketing and energy
conservation. Florida Power and
Light Corporation, to discuss the
energy situation and Sylvia
Lewis, director of the Anti-
Defamation I-eague for Palm
Beach County.
Beth Torah to Honor Rebbetzin
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation is
honoring its rebbetzin. Mrs. Max
A. (Rhoda) Lipschitz at its
annual Torah Fund Campaign
function to be held on Tuesday.
April 29. at 7:30 p.m. in Deakter
Hall. A Viennese dessert will be
served.
Mrs. Lipschitz was a former
president of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood, a former vice
president of Beth Torah
Congregation and a former vice
president of the Florida Branch
of Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism.
Rhoda Lipschitz
Rose Lauretz Heads Torah Hadassah
Newly elected Rose Lauretz.
president of Torah Chapter of
Hadassah. which meets at
Temple Zamora in Coral (Jables.
heads the following slate of of-
ficers
Administrative vice president.
Beatrice Lieberman; Ways and
Means vice president. Kate
Gordon; Membership vice
president, Lee Stiglitz;
Education vice president. Ann
Goldstein; Program vice
president. Olga Issenberg;
Financial Secretary. Florence
Seiner; Membership Dues
Secretary. Helen Barson;
Treasurer. Sadie Fritz; Recor-
ding Secretary. Jeanne Fishman;
Corresponding Secretary. Pearl
Silverman and Parliamentarian
ind Past President. Ann
Sold berg.
/{.< Laurett
Chairman of the Nominating
nommitten wu Miriam Krischer.
Installing officer at the Sept. &
meeting will be Renee Brodsky
Herald Columnist at Hadassah Event
Cathy Lynn Grossman.
solumiuat and reporter for the
Living Today" section of The
Miami //> raid, will be an ad-
ditional guest speaker at the
Miami Region of Hadassah
Annual Spring Conference
Plenary Session to be held at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel in Miami on
Sunday. April 27, at 8 p.m.
A Northwestern University
graduate. Miss Grossman joined
The Herald in July 1972, and her
major assignments have in-
cluded: coverage of the 1973
Arab-Israeli War. Israeli rescue
of hostages in Entebbe in 1976.
and the recent trial of Theodor
Fedorenko. guard at Treblinka.
In 1976. Miss Grossman took a
leave of absence from I he Herald
to live and work in Israel for
eight months
She is now residing in Miami
Beach and her personal column
appears in "Living Today" even,'
Thursday.
The public is welcome to at-
tend the session at no charge.
A reunion of three former AZA members is shown above when
two members of President Carter's Cabinet met with the inter-
national president of B nai B'rith recently. Philip KluUnich
Secretary of Commerce; Jack Spitzer and Neil Goldschmidt
Secretary of Transportation. Locally, a reunion of all former
AZA members is being planned at the Florida State B'nai
B'rith Convention on Sunday, April27, at 8 a.m. at the Holiday
Inn, 1711 North University Drive, in Plantation.
All proceeds raised will benefit
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America which is the foun-
tainhead of Conservative
Judaism in this country.
Beth Torah Congregation's
Cantor Zvee Aroni will entertain
with a medley of songs.
Rochelle Baltuch. Women's
League Florida Branch Torah
Fund chairperson, will be the
guest speaker. Chairpersons for
this function are Charlotte
Zimmerman and Sheila Young
For further information and
reservations, call Beth Torah
Congregation's business office
Ko 'ach Hadassah
Activities Set
Maryon Glasser. president ol
the career-oriented Ko ach
Chapter ol Miami Beach Region
of Hadassah, announces the
following acth itiee
The chapters first donor
luncheon will be held Sunda>
May 1 at noon in the Harbour
House South. Bal Harbour A
fashion show provided by the
Dressup Boutique ol the Harbour
House and a ceremony honoring
those achieving donor will be
presented Donor luncheon
coordinator i- Ann Bakst
Recently, the Ko'ach Chapter
held election ol officers for I960-
81 The following will be installed
\\ edneada) Maj 28, al p.m., in
the Tavern Koom of Jefferson
National Bank. 301 Arthur
Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, and
the public is in\ ited
President Jackie Hechter
Fund-raising Vice President
Ann Bakst; Membership Vice
President; Vivian Douglas
Program Vice President Zina
Hirsh; Education Vice President
I irol Eras; Treasurer Maryon
Glasser; Assistant Treasurer
Susan Silver; Financial Mem
bership Secretary Rita Eeratz;
Recording Secretary Huth Kink
and Corresponding Secretary:
Barbara Malmud
Temple Israel of
Greater Miami
Rabbi Morris Kipper will
present students who have at-
tended the High School in Israel
to share their experiences with
the Kendall Branch of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami during
the Sabbath Eve Service at the
Kendall Branch of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami at 8 p.m.
Friday evening.
Sara Hammond will provide
musical accompaniment
The branch facility of South
Florida's pioneer Reform
congregation is located at 9990
North Kendall Drive.
Rabbi Kalman l.e\ itan will
discuss "Home is Where the
Heart Is" during the Sabbath
Eve Service of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, this Friday night
at 8 p.m.
Hadassah
The Lincoln Chapter of
Hadassah is having a box lun-
cheon and installation of officers
on May 5 at noon, at the
Clubroom, 100 Lincoln Road
President is Nellie Weisman.

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Celia and Sam Freed, members of the Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida board of directors, were honored at the
Histadrut Third Seder and presented with the Silver M, norah
award for their lifetime devotion and dedication to the State i>f\
Israel and Histadrut. In honor of the occasion and Israel
Histadrut's 60th anniversary, the Freeds announced the
sponsorship of a room at one of Histadrut's Kuput Holim l.L>()0
clinics.Shown left to right: Bernard B. Jacobson, exet utii i i iffi
president. National Committee for Labor Ism,; \;
Xeu mark. Celia Freed, Samuel Freed and Moe Levin.
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S'athan \uerbach president of the Miami Bead <
Singers, announced that a check for $1
- concert was presented to the Israel Histadi l (
South Florida at their Annual Third S, :. i \pi
Konover Hotel Tin Council's contribution has
earmarked for Histadrut Kupat Hohm health serein s-
left to right Max Shpruchman, I'hil Katzen. !'.. Ii
Nathan Auerbach, Deb\ Rachlin, Sam Freed
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Bottom Hou left to nght. Gloria Strumpf. Bui
Greenman, Toby Attain, Debbie Troner, Arieiu h<
Top Row. Left to nght. Judy Portnoy, Arlym
Marjeon Buckner, Carol Moskowitx Qabriata I
absent U hen the photograph u as taken.
Adult Bat Mitzvah at
Beth David Saturday
The Both David Congregation has been a |
bringing about possibilities for adult men and worn. I
their Bar or Bat Mit/vah in the Conservative Movement
cording to Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Landau has been particularly concerned ,h''' "^l
have opportunity to participate in services and leader-mi
lifeol the synagogue. On April 26. at 9 a.m.. the sixth aOUH
will be Bat Mitzvah.
Among the 10 women participating are Toby Ansin c air
person for The Fine Arts of Beth David, who will be introou *
Nathaniel Rosen in his South Florida cello debut tnai ^
evening in the main sanctuary at 8 p.m.. and Gabneia b
wife of Rabbi I .andau
Other women participating include Gloria Strumpf. J>
Greenman. Debbie Troner. Arlene Becker. Judy I "
ArlyneGallow. Marjean Buckner. and Carol Moskowitz



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lJj, oi thescwnth monthof TiihriMaDayol \tonement
forthel*raelite
i in this &*y" sa,d tne Ixird. shall atonement be made for
V|H1. t .-leanse you for your sins."
Il people were to refrain from all pleasures and all work.
i the\ were to fast the whole day The Hi?h Priest was to
",'. r ..., ial gaUTIMnte, the no'-v 'men Karments. and offer sac
.s to the Lord to atone for himself and all the Children of
l' ",| hi i ni-eof the sins they had done during the year
thil one day of the entire year was the High I'riest
-itted i" COFOJ close to the Holy Ark And only on this day
, ar not Ins golden garments hut white linen. symbol
,f DUnl> arid humility On his appearance at the conclusion of
.k/sen 1"' ** IFTOotad with rejoicing by the people, cot
'ul.nl thai their sins had bean forgiven
ten itillg to note that the word atonement is made up
at and one." On this da> ol al me-ment '
Jews fnm lime immemorial have sought to be at one" in
, thGod fUviticiu 16 I 18
Ke do shim
KKIX,sIOM Phe Lord spoke to Moeaa, saying Tell the
[ Israel to be holy, for I the I,ord your (ok! am holy
|(, ,. i. \our mother and your father, every one of you. for
| th. !.''>: v "iir Sod. am holy
\ hall not steal, you shall not cheat, you shall not tell a
|K t. on< another You shall not take a taKe oath in My name
You *| lecen e your neighlxir. nor rob him
"i hall not curse a deaf man. nor cause a blind person to
aumri ryourGod I am the I,nrd
mgar comes to your land to stay, treat hirn well.
think ol is one ol youreetves, as it he were a nat ive
i hall love your neighlxir as you love yourself; I am
^ .hall rise up before a man with white hair, and honor
in "Id man. standing in awe of your God: I am the
a ill keep M> laws, then will you inherit the land, tor
> you to kevj> it a land flowing with milk and
I (iod caution the Israelites to walk in His ways and
lid the) learn at an earl) stage m their nation
C lals respect tor man /. iticus
Th* recounting ol fh Weekly Port.on ol thr Li* > extracted and bat-d
..por. Th. ,...ph.< Miilor, ol the Jewish HpriUq. d.l.-d by P Wollman
Tum.r j published by Snt-nqold Th. volume .> available at 'S Ma.den
Laf N*w Tor* S v lOOJi Joseph Sthlanq s pres.dent ol the voc.ety
'lume I
Global Headlines
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stressed thai while in tin- U.S. But Israelis ought to
know in their own minds that the two aspects
securitj and heritage were interwoven.
JERUSALEM A personal messenger carried
Independence Day greetings from President Anwar
Sadal io the Israeli Kmbassy in Cairo this week. The
messenger, Nasser A-Nassri. met briefly with
Israels Ambassador Kliahu Hen Klissar. A reception
for some 250 guests was scheduled to take place at
the Embassy tonight when Memorial Day events are
over and Independence Day festivities begin.
A memorial prayer service for those who feU in
Israels wars took place at the Cairo synagogue. The
pray, r service was attended by Ben-Elissar and 70
other worshippers. Also present was Gen. Avraham
Tamir. a veteran of all of Israel's wars, who is now in
charge of the normalization process with Egypt.
NEW YORK An organization calling itself
the North American Coalition for Women Israel has
I...,.., .... i ._ ___l_ la irmc thi> trim
the North American Coalition for Women Israel nas
been established to deal with what it terms the grim
reality of the lives of women in Israel.
The founding national conference took place
here last week and for two and a half days explored
lhe personal, professional and religious status of
Israeli women, according to EUen Bob. editor of the
Journal, the publication of the North Shore Jewish
Community in Salem. Mass.. who will emigrate to
Israel in 1981.
The declaration of principles adopted by the 200
women attending the conference stated that we
support the struggle for equality of Israeli women
through our activism. We recognize that tne
Preliminary basis of this activism is aiiya. thereby
sharing the responsibility of improving Israeli
society."
New Residents
Invited to
Miami Shalom
Miami Shalom.'' the
Welcoming program of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will host an open
house for newcomers to the
Miami area on Sunday. May 4.
The program begins at 7:30
p.m. at the Federation building
Anyone interested in learning
bout the Jewish community,
whether they are a new resident
or a longtime Miamian is invited
to attend.' explains Miami
Shalom chairman Sandi Simon.
The open house is intended to
inform the public about the
Jewish community and its
religious, cultural and social
activities, as well as help the
newcomers make friends and feel
at home
Admission is tree and refresh-
ments will be served Reser
vations are requested and may be
obtained by calling "the
Federal ion. exi 281
Torah Lectures
At Young Israel
The weekly series ot Torah
lectures has resumed at Young
Israel ot Greater Miami.
The Torah and Civil Law
lecture series will include sub
jects relevant to man's in
tcrreaction with his fellow man
and society, from a Torah per-
spective The Torah Psychology
lecture series will explore the
psychology and behavior of man.
using tradit tonal Jew ish sources
The lecture series will be held
at the Young Israel of Greater
Miami. North Miami Beach The
next lecture will be from 8 15 to9
P m beginning I uesdaj April
29 On the following weeks, the
tirst lecture will he from ~ p m. to
7 |5, and the second lecture will
bt from H 30 to it 15 p m
I he lectures an fn e ol charge
and open to men anil women ol
ntire communit)
Pioneer Women
Publish Cookbook
\ 112-page cookbook, /
II.: Cookei has been
published b) the South Florida
Council ot Pioneer Women, the
worlds largest Jewish women s
organization. Copies of the
kosher cookbook are available at
the offices of the council. Miami
Beach.
Bebbs Pullman of Port
l.auderdale. a member of the
national hoard of Pioneer Women
and national chairman of Friends
of Pioneer Women, served as
editor of the spiral-bound book.
Mildred Silverman of North
Miami Beach, a member of liana
Chapter of Pioneer Women, won
a contest to name the book
Copies of the book also are
available from more than 25
chapters and clubs of Pioneer
Women in Dade and Broward
counties.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanu-EI will appear on
The Jewish Worship Hour" on
April 27 at 8:30on Channel 10.
Law Practice
I
David H. Nevel announces his
new address for the general
practice of law in the Financial
Federal Building, 407 Lincoln
Road. Suite 121). Miami Beach.
Daarllald Beach, Fla. Comer
ref/re temple needs full lima
Mazren Shay nee Bal Korah
alto Rabbi Substitute tor sum-
mer 4 months Call 421-TS13 Of
429 0392 between 7 o.m.

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Hebrew University Friends
Honor Mi's Zuckeiman
Mis Harry iSonjal Zuckerman I right I, recipient "t the
Woman ot the Year Vward from Greater Miami Woman's
Division, Vmerican Friends ot the Hebrew University, at an
Vpril lu luncheon in the Eden Roc Hotel, shared the spotlight
with lleverly Sassoon (center), noted for her advice on health
.mil beaut)
Frequent visitor to Israel. Mrs Donald iManyl I.efton.
chairman ol the luncheon, announced. The American Friends
ai. honored to present personal!) inscribed certificates to the
new chattel members, the Daughters ot Mount Scopus.'
di dicated to t he ad\ ancemenl of higher learning and research.
Proceeds ol this luncheon are to <>u< endow an educational
lacililj al the Hebrew University ol Jerusalem to be known as
'Th. Daughters of Mount Scopus.''
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Friday Night Services 8.15 p.m.
Bat Mitzvah Melody Fund Saturday
morning service 8:30 a.m
Bar Mitzvah Michael Gothelf
Sunday. Men s Club Picnic, noon
Brotherhood Choir concert. 7 30 p.m
Candlelighting
Time
6:29
9 lyar 5740
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd.
Or Man A Lipschitz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr Herbert
5950 N Kendall Or Baumgard
S Miami 667 5587 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefitz. Associate Rabbi
Friday night services at 8:30 p.m.
The Beth Am Choir presents
A Salute to Richard Rodgers'
Saturday Services
at 9 15andll:15a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Friday evening service 8:30 p.m.
Dr Irving Lehrman will preach on
The Miracle of 32 Years ol
Israel s Statehood
Saturday morning service 9 a.m.
Dr Lehrman will preach at 10:30 a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R. Gerstein. Ass t Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipson
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.
Lste Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 858 6334
Rabbi Man Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally Mlnyon for Yahrzeiten
Daily 7 45 a.m. 4 5:30 p.m.
tateFrl. Eve. Service 8.15 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Friday services al 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
(TEMPLE SINAI 18401 NE 22 Ave.
North Oade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Klngsley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Sbulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramssy. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday ol ih month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue al 41 si St.
Dr. Leon Kronlstt 538 7231
Cantor David CortvI ser Liberal
Sabbath Services. Fri, 8:15 p.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscsyne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576 4000
Rabbi Solomon SchiM,
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E Flag*' Si M.am. Fl 33131 379-4SS3
Ribt> LMr.s L Bogae*. O.raclor. Union o'
American H*t>r* Congrgal*on
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
000 Miller Drive 2712311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Cantor Ben Oickeon
Avron Smotensky, Musical Director
Janet Stone. Early Childhood Ok.
Dorothy H. Grant. Exec. Director
IvL, Apr. 25, 815 p.m.. Sisterhood
Sabbath Services. Dr. Shapiro will
apeak on "The Ordination of Woman
A Fateful Decision
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd Si N Miami SmcK. We 33IW
9474094 DCn 0*.,d B Saltrman cul.v*
director
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: S76-4O00
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Friday. April 25, 1980
Rabbi Narrone of Sweden Will Speak
Mr. Hyman Jacobs, adult
education chairman of Temple
Sinai. Hollywood, announces
that Rabbi Morton H. Narrowe.
Chief Rabbi of Stockholm.
Sweden, will be guest speaker at
a special adult education evening
on Monday. May 5 at 8 p.m. at
Temple Sinai.
Rabbi Narrowe will also appear
as guest speaker at Beth Torah1
Congregation in North Miami
Beach on Friday evening. May 2
and on Saturday morning May 8
in the Beth David Congregation
of Miami.
Kabbi Narrowe was bom in
Philadelphia. Pa and ordained at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
in New York. He moved to
sweden in 1966 and has been
Chief Kabbi in Stockholm since
that time.
In Sweden, he is chairman of
Habbi Narrowe
the Rabbinic Court dealing with
questions of conversion, marriage
and divorce. He is an instructor
in Jewish studies at the
University of Stockholm dealing
with Biblical religion. Biblical
history' and Jewish religion in
general.
Because of the dearth of
spiritual leaders, he has been in
omtact with the small scattered
Jewish communities in Norway.
Finland and Sweden thus, is ver\
knowledgeable on European
Jewry and his lecture will deal
w ith the Jews on Noniu Europe.
Currently he is on Sabbatical
leave, studying at the University
of Judaism In Los Angeles in the
doctoral program in modern
Jewish history He IS also
preparing work on the historv oi
Zionism in Sweden
The lecture at Temple Sinai is
open to the general public.
JDC Helps Reunite Hungarian Family
NEW YORK (JTAI The
story began in Hungary 50 years
ago and had its happy ending on
Purim. 1980. in Paris, it was
reported here by the American
Joint Distribution Committee.
A young man left Budapest in
the 1930s, leaving his mother
behind, and went to live in Paris
with his bride. A son was born to
them a few years before World
War II. When the fighting
separated the family, the child
was placed in a children's home
run by OPEJ. a French Jewish
children's agency
This was the last time the
Hungarian grandmother had any
news of her son. daughter in-law
or their child.
RIGHT AFTER the war. she
heard that both her son and her
daughter-in-law had perished in
concentration camps, but no
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK is HEREBY
GIVEN that th- undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name >f
Import Auto Salvage at 25371
SV\ 141' Avenue Miami Florida
intend to register said name
wlttl the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "1 1 lade Count \ Florida
wn.KIM ENTERPRISES,
INC
A Florida Corporation
B| AulllinC Hauper
President
MARSHA!.!. B FISHER
Attorney forWILKIM
ENTERPRISES DNC
MM 8 I nxie Highway Ste 300
Miami. Florida 33156
M7T3 April 25
Maj 2, 9. 16. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No K> 5*33 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
I.IUANABAK/.
Wife
and
1.1 IS A HAKZ
Husband
TO LUIS A. BAEZ
Kesidence Address
Unknown
YOl AKE HEREBY NOTI
FIFO 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 ALBERT I. CARRI
CARTE PA. attorney for
I'etitionei. whose address Is
MM NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 30. I960, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day bf April.
I960
RICHARD F BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Made County. Florida
Hy Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal l
Albert L Carrlcarte. P.A.
2481 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33126
I3O6I640 7S17
Attorney for Petitioner
08771 April*.
May 2. 9. 16. I960
news was available of their child
The only thing she knew was the
approximate date of his brith and
the fact that he had been placed
in a Jewish institution.
Last October, two represen-
tatives of the JDC went to
Hungary to strengthen contacts
with the Hungarian Jewish
community The grandmother,
now 104 years old. approached
them and asked them to try to
trace her grandson. George
Darvas.
The JDC made inquiries with
OPEJ in Paris, a JDC-supported
agency, which confirmed the fact
that young Darvas was indeed at
their institution until 1951. but
they did not know what became
of him.
TWO MONTHS passed, and
on the eve of Purim. last Feb. 29.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
deslrlni to engage in business
under the fn UUoul name
VINTNERS ASSOCIATES at
1401 BrlCkell Avenue Suite*'*
Miami Florida SS191 intends
, istei Mid name a ith the
Clerk "I the Circuit Court ol
DadeCount) Florida
Vosnc Romanee Trust
Jean St Terre Trust
l.\m he Mage;. Trust
il ,(ut Hnon Trust
ChaaaaglM Trust
v Quern Trust
I'.i. km.in Neuwuhl Ji
fc Rocenbcrg
Attorneys for
VINTNERS ASSOCIATES
0S778 April 25
May 2 9. 16.1960
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M 110*
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
SYLVESTER A
GOLDSMITH
1 >et eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration ol the
estate of SYLVESTER A
GOLDSMITH dei eased. File
Number NO 2904. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. 33130 The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative *
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST Pl'BLlCATION
OF THIS NOTICE 1 11 all
claims against the estate and
12) any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of thls"Notlce has
begun on April 25. I960
Personal Representative
StuartJ Miller
for Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach
301 41StSt
Arthur (iodfrev Rd 1
Miami Beach. Fla 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative .
HOWARDM
NEU. ESQUIRE
12955 Blscayne Blvd
Suite 400
North Miami. Florida 33161
Telephone 1 306 > 896 3680
Wnt April 25. May 2. I960
the FSJU representative received
a phone call from Oeorge Darvas.
who had heard about the ad-
vertisement from a friend
Now a Paris businessman, he
was delighted to learn his
grandmother had survived
that another Darvas lived and
made plans to go to see. for the
first time. his 104-year-old
grandmother
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 60 2*44
IN RE E8TATE OF
ERICC ZWERLINO
I >e. eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
ro ALL PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
\> UNST THE ABOVE
ESTATI VND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yi il IRE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate "I
ERIC c ZWERLING
..... .. .1 Flk N imber 10 2944
'Im*: in trie Circuit Court
lui 11.id. 1 'ounl) Fl<
I'mibaU I 11% won the ad
.I whli h 1- vv I- laglei street
Miami Florida I The
pi esentaU^ of the
Rutl inn Zwerting
M Ba)
: Drive No *; Ba)
H.111".: F da 8154 PI
name .r f U11
repri 1 tatlve'i
allot n< ( below
\. persons having 1 lainu "r
[gainst Um 1 tab
required WITHIN I'HUKK
M> INTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI H
1 ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk ol the
I 'irt a ritten Stall
merit ol any 1 1.11 n 1 <.r demand
ihe> ma) have Each claim
mull I" in writing and must
indli ate Um ii..-.- inr the 1 laim
the name si d address ol the
1 rediiui or his agent or at-
torney and the amount
I laimed II the claim is not yet
due the date when it will
become due -hall be slated If
the 1 i.um is contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
UflcertaJnl) shall be stated If
the ( laim is secured the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the 1 lerk to enable the clerk lo
mail one copy to each personal
t epreaantauVe
All persons interested in the
late to whom a copy of this
Notu e of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DAT*: OF THE
FIRST II HLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objei tions they may have that
challenge the validity of the
dei edent will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jur isdn tion ol the court
AIJ. CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS Nor SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Nolne of
Administration April 25 I8R0
Ruth Ann /.werllng
As Personal Representative
of the Estate ol
ERICC ZWERLINO
eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
KEI'RESENTATl\ E
Lynn W Frumberg. Esquire
FROMHERO FROMHERG
A ROTH, P A
Suite SM
2500 K Hallandale
Beach Blvd
Hallandale. Florida3300B
Telephone 940 0708
1*774 April 25. May 2. 1WW
Business Notes
Rollin L. Parker, branch manager of American Savings'
Sunrise office, has recently been appointed u> the board of
directors of the U.S. Israel TRAD K Corporation
The U.S. Israel TRAD. K Corporation is a non-profit
organization whose purpose is to establish businesses in Israel
and export the products from the businesses for sale in the
United States. The funds derived from the imported goods will
be returned to Israel for reinvestment
Parker has long been active in .lew ish community affairs and
has dedicated himsell to Israel's economic development. He has
been with American Savings and I-oan Association of Florida
for five scars since coming to South Florida from Michigan.
Parker is present!) assistant vice president el American
Sa> ings and is also vice president <>f Coral Springs B'nai H'nth
Lodge No K)18 and memeber ol the Sunrise ChamU-r ol
Commerce He resides with his wit. Jacqueline, in Coral
Springs
Capital Hank reported nel earnings after taxes tor the quarter
ended March 31, ol SI.075.162.24, or 12 18 pet share, as com-
pared to 445.37'J 24. or 1.94 per share
1979
tor the same period in
Veteran banking executive (J Jame*. Hughes has joined the
management --taff of The Bank f Miami as director of
development
In announcing the eppointement, Hoard Chairman .lost' Luis
Carrion, Sr Stated we wlcome Jim Hughes to our staff and
look forward to utilizing his many years of experience as a leader
in our financial community We are hopeful of expanding The
Hank ol Miami from its present position serving Miami to a
regional institution serving all of Southeastern Florida and
eventually the entire state
William J Schuael. vice president of the Jefferson National
Hank, was appointed to the Mayor's Advisory Hoard of Juvenile
Problems by Vice Mayor Dr Simon Wikler
Hilly Cesar*, son of Barbara Bee. the Konover Hotel's
director of sales, has been Signed to the Cleveland Browns pro-
season team He previously plaved for two years with Tampa
Hay
Airman Scott Coldberg. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Buck A
(oldberg of North Miami Beach, has been assigned to Sheppard
Air Forte Hase. Texas, after completing Air Force basic
training.
Business executive Rafael Kravec has been elected to the
board of directors of Financial Federal Savings & Loan Assoc-
iation. President 1. Jules Arkin announced
Kravec. a 20-year resident of
Miami Beach, is president of Na-
tional Trading Manufacturing.
I DC which makes, imports and
exports 14 karat jewelry
A law student at the I'm
versitj of Havana and sales
manager for a giftware company
when he left his native Cuba in
I960, Kravec joined National
Trading Manufacturing. Inc at
s salaaman shortly after his
arrival in the United State*.
Rajut-l Krai 11
He was appointed vice president in 1964 and became
president in 1970
Kravec is a board member of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, president of the Federation's chaplaincy services
and a member of the steering committee of the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal Emergency Fund.
He is past chairman of Israel Bonds for the Cuban Hebrew
Community and past chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal
for the Cuban Hebrew Community.
Married and the father of four children. Kravec is also past
vice president of Temple Menorah
Florida Feminist Credit Union, a state-chartered credit
union open to feminists of both sexes, held its fifth annual
meeting recently. Re-elected to the board of directors were
President Hilary Mindlin and Director Linda Singer
Other officers are: Vice President and founder Nikki Beare.
Treasurer Sandy Karlan and Recorder Sandy Tobier. Directors
are Ingrid Hunter and Mary Chichester Dunetz.
The Credit Union has 750 members.
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Irk. Circuit Court
ICounly. Florida
Harm da Hrown
[Deputy Clrrk
iirtScali
April II 36.
May 2. 9. 1M0
Circuit court of
|ptm judicial
jit is and for
munty, florida
>hv division
I No M-Ull FC
lY PUBLICATION
Irnarnage of
IRAKI)
IUE
fALE
Bil Respondent
gRlDALE
JAQUI
m
rUltlen. Halt!
H llI,;REBY notified
itition for Dissolution
> ha been filed
'and you are hereby
D serve a copy of your
J other pleading to the
on the Petitioners
LESTER ROGERS
" is 1484 NW 17
liami Florida 33128
'Klnal with the
"above styled Court
""" this 18th day of
I Default will be
ainst .
nth day of
fRpPBROfKBR
r* of
'rcult Court
-.Hrown
fPUty Clerk
April 18.28.
M*> i. *. luno
IN TMF CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Caie No W SJ92 (FC)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN KK Th' marrlageof
nick K ARMSTRONG
Petitioner Husband
VIRGINIA l.KTITIA AhW
STRONG
Respondent Wif'
T<> VIRGINIA l.KTITIA
vrmstkoNi;
IgftCassn III* Road
rsvllle
0130
YOI RE NOTIFIED U il
for DISSOLI TION
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\\ ITNESS n.
\;rll It
RICHARD I' BRINKER
Clerk of thel'
B) CLARIND \ BROWN
\. 1 leput) Clerk
. ,. Apr.
Mai 2. 9. 1W
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION FC
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
IN KK The matter
I tin- Adoption
.1 .. Minor by
WILLIAM A JUDD Jr
petitioner
l CALLAHAN
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
Yol ARK HEREBY NOT!
K1EI > that a Petition For Adop
lion has been filed aKainst you
and > OU are required lo serve a
. op) .if your written defenses.
if an) to It on AI.HKRT I.
CARRICARTE I'A attorney
t.ir petitioner, whose sddress is
.'491 NW Tth Street Miami.
Klorl.la 33128. and file (he
original with the lerk of Ihe
above styled court on or before
May 16. 19*). otherwise a
(k-iauit win be entered again*!
you for the relief dem.uided in
the i omplainl or petition
This, notice shall be published
.nu e m< ii vieck for lour eon
erullve in THE JEWISH
FLORIDI \N
WITNESS niy hand ami the
-. .!. of said court Miami
I- lorMn l BMl lOUl day of
April 19i'
RICHARDP BRINKER
Ao Clerk Cii i ml Court
Dod> County Florida
ity Clai India Brown
\. 1 'poly Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Albert I. Cai ru arte l A
MM NW Till Street
Miami Klortda 33125
i3U6itH9?917
Attorney for Petitioner
IW737 April IX. 28.
__________ May 2.9. 19*0
----------HOTTCFOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No -ISM FC 192)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
CASILDAJ PADRON,
a k a CASILDAJ
FERNANDEZ PEREZ
Petitioner
and
EVARISTOL PADRON
Respondent
TO EVARISTOL
PADRON
Residence Unknown
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for DU
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
tht Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses If any, to It. on CAR
LOS M MENDEZ. Esq Attor
ney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 29K8 W 4th Avenue,
HIALEAH. Florida. 3S012. and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
May SO. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four
consecutive weeks In THK
JEWISH FLORIDI AN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Florida, on this 21 day of April
1MB
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Hade Couiitv Florida
Ms N A liewett
Aa Deputy Clark
Carlos M Mender Ksq
MM W llh Avenue
Hiaieah Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
.S.708 Api
M.. .' 9 l !*"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90412
Division OJ
in RE E8TATEOF
I'M LINK I.KVY.
1 M l .
Nl IT1CEOK
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS H\\ IN.;
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
IGAINST THK ABOVE
It- \ Nl i ALL OTHER
II- RS" INS IN rERESI ED IN
THE ESTA l"E
M'.l- ill- REBY NOTI
thai in. ratl
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Or IUE I- IRST PI HI IC \

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uritu ,-i indli .ii-- (he
basis foi the i lalm the name
i iddreai ol Ihe 11 adltor m
Iii> agvnl 01 .iKoniey and (he
amount claimad If the claim is
not Vet due Ihe date when It
v*ill he* omc due shall be
stated if the i lalm Ii eon
Ungenl or unliquidated the
nature ol the uncertainty shall
|h Hated It the claim is
lei .re.l list security shall be
.!*, t ihcd The claJin.inl shall
dalivei sufflclanl coptea of the
i lalm to (he clerk to enable the
I lei k lo mail one opy to each
pal tonal rcpr esenlatue
All persons interested in the
aatatc to whom .> eopy ol this
Notn e of Administration has
BOen mailed arc required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
from PHE DATE OF THK
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
j.-i Uanf (hey may have that
challenges the valid!t) at the
decedent will (he qualifies
lions n! ifie |H-is latne or the VOHU9 Of juris
di. (inn ol (hi- court
v. I CLAIMS DEMANDS
\ni i OBJECTIONS NoT so
FILED will BE FOREVER
BARRED
Pate of Ihe first publication
ol this Notice of
Administration April i" itsv
i vsi- I \i;oniIFF
KPW tRDC LEN N h
\. Personal Representative
of the I-: state ot
CM IJNE IJCVY
I ie. saaed
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON VL
REPRESI N : sTIVE
I lamel Nea Hellei Esq
Hellei and Kaplan l- sqi
. \ nsle) Building
IsNE 1st Ave
Miami Florida SSI32
phone '.niS' 3V 4i
HTM Aun; is.;5. mi*'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
Cave No I0 4S4SFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
ANNETTE M BENT
Petitioner Wife
GARY HE NT
Respondent Husband
TO GARY BENT
364 K 2th Street
Apt 6H
Brooklyn. N Y 11228
YOP ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
again*) you and you are
rvquli ed to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses If
any to It on DANIEL
OALLUP. ES4J. piln''"'
attorney, whose address Is 2388
Saltedo Street. Suite 309 Coral
Gables. Flor-da 33134. on or
before May 9. 1980. and file 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 for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS mv hand and the
seal of this court on March 31.
l* Richard P Honker. Clerk
Clark oi ihe Court
IK C P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
03 apjMli, 11, 18.25.1980
^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names
twin BAKERY AND SAN
DWICH SHOP al 2STI NW 20
si Miami Fla. 33142 Intend to
laid name with the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court of
ount) Florida
Twin Baker) i
Sandwich shop Inc
MTU
May i i9w>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 2IM
Division 01
in kk ESTATE OF
AI1RAHAM DA\ IDOWIT/
a k a A
DAN 1 DOW IT"/.
9 k I Mil-
DA\ IDOWIT/.
a k U3R \M
DA\ IDOWITZ
: ased
m IT1CEOF
ADMINISTRATION
\: i li- RSONS in
CLAIMS OR l >EM tNDS
M tlNST THE ABO\ K
Ml- ND \:.l OTHER
IN
\ IK
RE HO LI- BY N

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.'. ;min THREE
MON IIIS FROM THI I' \ It
I n l'HK FIRST PI H
, PI ON OF I Hl> NOTICE
in file with the oerk of the
i .Hirt a w ntten its U
ineiii of any claim or demand
the) ma) hat i Eai h claim
musl in wrilinj: and must
indli ate the basis lor the claim
the name and address of the
lor or his agent or at
torney and the amount
I.limed If the claim is not > e(
due (he dale when it will
become due shall be slated If
the i lalm is i ontlngsnl or
unliquidated. Ihe rial ore of the
uncertainly shall be slated If
the i laim is secured, the
securlt) shall he described
l'h. i lalmant shall deliver
Ulfli lent I oplM of the claim to
the i lerk to enable the clerk to
m.ul one copy lo each personal
I epi isiT.l.ltlve
\u paraoni interested in the
estate lo whom a copy of this
Noln e of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF l'HK
l- IRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
Objei dons they may have that
challenge the validlt) ol the
..111 s w III (he
qualifications ol the personal
representative, or lh venue or
Jill l.sdli (ion of the COUll
ALL CLAIMS DEM NDS
\ND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
hi.kii wild. BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale nl Ihe firsl publication
,,: this Noln i- ol
Administration April 25 ihho
Marion I ironsk)
\. Personal Representative
oftheEstati
Abraham i Nsvidowlta
11.-i eased
\ rn IRNEY l-'i R PERSIINAL
KEPRESENTATIV K
HENRY NORTON
1301 Biscay ne Building
IB H Flagler Street
Miami Fla
Telephone i7i aim
UH767 April 25 .May 2, 1WU
' |N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIOA
Case NO. 90-S144FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
SYLVIA RKNTKRIA
Petitioner Wile
ERNESTO RENTERIA
Respondent Husband
TO ERNESTO RENTERIA
I'O Box 4383
North Hollywood.
Ca 91907
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 aniwer and defenses. If
any lo It on DANIEL
GALLUP, plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is 2355 Saliedo
Street. Suite 309. Coral Gables
Florida 33143, on or before May
16 19140 and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
Uff s attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or peltlon
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on April 8.
191*0
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
by O S Carlle
AsI>eputyClerk
si-ii April 11. I*. 2&.
*'3' V May 2.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKRY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
,n.ler Ihe fictitious names
Ronald Cutler d b a
im intends to register
allies WlUl Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of
County Florida
inc
ipn i 11 II M, 19H0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA PROBATE
IPIVISION
File Number 90 1*05
Division 03
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
in RE ESTATE OF
IDACASPAN
I ie. eased
The administration ol the
.state of IDA CASPAN,
sed File Number so leOS
ndtng m the Cln ull Court
i lade County Fl
I 'rebate I in lalon U
'. I
Florida
flair,. il the
persoi i
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Stanley ( '.t spa
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lllamonti -i" ing f Ii n Ida
LEFr PESETSKYi ZACK
\ttui ney im Peraonal
Representative
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Samuel l i,eif
M-: I63nd SU el
North Miami Beach Florida
33162
9457501
April -'5
_________ Mai .LiMfllJ
' INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90-SgllFC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK Themarnageof
HALIN x
CZERNICHOWSKA,
Pelitioner Wife
and
KAZIM1ERZ
CZERNICHOWSKE
Respondent Husband
H) KA/IM1KRZ
CZERNICHOWSKE
W SI'l/.OW te-8 ml
53443 Wroctaw Poland
vot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIKD that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed agfalnal vnu and you
.it r.-iji.! your Xnswer or pleading to the
Petition on Wife's attorney
ALAN s KESSLER 2301
Collins \\ .line No M-fl
Miami Reach FL and file the
original Answer or pleading in
the otfn e of the Clerk of the
Cu. nit Court on or before the
,, ni Ma) ie*' othei *
I lefaull .lodgment w ill be
entered against you
DATED at "Miami Dade
County Florida Ihli |lal da)
..I April i*>i>
RICHARD p BRINKER
t 'lerk of the Circuit Court
B) \ D Wade
I iaputjf Clerk
Apnl 25.
M.tv j. 9j id, IgJO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
Case No. 90-444* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RK The Marriage of
RUTHBOONE
Petitioner Wife
and
JAMESBOONS
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. JAMES BOONE. 709
16th Street. Newport News,
Virginia, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Petition For Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you.
upon Wife's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS, ES
QUIRE, 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33139. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before May 2. 1980.
otherwise the Petition will be
. unless ed by ou
DATED this 27th day of
March. 1980
Richard P Bnnker. Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
116177 April 4, 11. IB, 25, 1980
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
! INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action NO. I0-3IJS FC
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
MARCUS DANIEL
Al.ON SO
Petitioner Husband
and
FRANCIS LINDA
M.ONSO
Respondent wife
TO FRANCIS LINDA
ALONSO
Residence unknown
YOI *RE HEREBY NOTI
K1KD that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been died ami commenced
in Ulll court ami y
wrttti '"> '"'"J"
M'NOI.P I. I IKHKRMAN
attorney for Petitioner, whoae
address is 370 Minorca Avenue.
Suite 5, Coral Gables. Florida
33134. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 2nd.
itstii. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
rellel prayed lor in the com
plain) or petition
This notice shall be published
oni 9 eai h week for four con
., weeks in IK WISH
FLOHID1AN NEWSPAPER
WITNESS my hand and the
aval "' -."'i court al Miami
Floiid I ,r' "
IARI1 P BRINKER
\-1'.. o. Cin ill
l ladel 'ount) F loi
B) \ Bai
\ i keput) '
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NOTICE OF AC f ION
CONSTHUCTi /ICE
NO PROi
IN TMt CIRCUIT COURT Of-
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4496 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I \ RE The iii.ii
I IHN HI.XND
Husband
II ill.I.K HI.\ND
Wile
TO I.I CII.I.K HI.ANI i
RESIDENCE ADDRE8S
INKNOWN
YOI ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIEI' thai an "' Ion ton
Di-.solulion of Marriage ha.-
been tiled against you and you
are required lo serve cop) of
youf w ntten deletises II any. to
it on ALBERT L CARRJ
C VRTE p a attome) for
Petitioner whose address is
2491 NW 7th Slreel Miami.
Florida :i:tl25. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May .' 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you lor the relief demanded in
the omplainl or petition
This notice shall be published
on. e each week for four con
tei uti\ e w eeks in THE
IE WISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal Ol said .isirt al Miami.
Florida on this 2*th day of
Man h 19*0
RICHARD P BRINKER
tsClerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
By Clarlnda Brow n
\ i leput) Clerk
ill Court Seal
\iiiei 11. Carr'.i ai le E sq
NW rthStn
Miami Florida3JI28
i 11 ri7
Miiinn-i lot Pelitionei
115201 \( nl 1 11 l -< "980
INTHECIRCUIT COuKTOF f
THE DTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 10 499V FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in re The Marriage ol
EMILEERVIL
Petitioner Husband
and
M \l DE ERVIL,
Respondent w lie
notice BY PUBLICATION
YOI MAI DE KR\ II. Rue
Ma. ajouv No M, Port Au
Prince Ham are hereby noti
lied to aerve .i copy of your
Xnswer to the Petition For I IIS
solution of Marriage filed
against you, upon Husband's
attorney. GEORGE NICHO-
LAS ESQUIRE. 612 NW 12th
1 Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136.
I and file original with the Clerk
' of the Court on or before May 9.
19*0. otherwise the Petition
w ill be confessed by you
, DATED this 4 day of April.
19M)
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
: 08724 April 11. 18.24.
May 2.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
United Dentist's Leasing at
8250 Bird Rd Miami. Fla
33135. Intend to register said
name with Ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JodiA Hlrschfleld
Jennifer K Hlrschfleld
(18713 April 11. 18. 25;
May 2. 1980
? BOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
, that the undersigned desiring
lo engage In business under the
fictitious name of C. G EN-
TERPRISES at number 4596
NW 7th Street In the City of
Miami. Florida Intends to
register the same name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
1 lated at Miami. Florida, this
(U) Ol April 1980
CARLOSGARCSS.
President
LAWRENCE M SHOOI I ;W
Mli.rn.y for Applicant
. Blax ayne Bli d
Suite 31S
MUUTII Florida M KIT
April 11. 1". JS
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Yu-b
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 10-545* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
CKUsOFERREIRO
petitioner Husband
y .-
MARTAN FERREIRO
Reapondent Wife
TO MAR I A N FERRKIRO
Bianco Kncalada 323
Ptov Buenos Aires
Argentina
YOU ARK NOTIFIED that
an action tor DISSOLUTION
i >K MARRIAGE has been filed
BgaJajaJ you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w rittaa answer and defenses. If
am. to it on DANIEL
; U.HJI' plaintiffs attorney,
whoa* address is 2355 Salzedo
Street, Suite Mm i'oral Gables.
Florida 33134. on or before May
Mi lag*, and file the original
with Etc clerk of this court
eithe#~ before service on
plaint)* s attorney or Im-
mediacy thereafter; other
wise % default will be entered
agalrajf you for the relief
I.....aal "l in the complaint or
petit
WlSlESS my hand and the
seal (this court on April 17.
1980 _
Kiflb.nl P. Brlnker. Clerk
Jerk of the Court
M. J Hartnett
i Deputy Clerk
April 25;
May 2, 9.16. 1980
DAI
IE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
[COUNTY.FLORIDA
>BATE DIVISION
Re Number !W
Division (1
Estate of
!charlotte
la k a
I NELLIE
, Deceased
NOTICE OF
? MINISTRATION
; administration of the
**of NELLIE CHAR
GORDON a k a
TTE NELLIE GOR
ceased. File Number
01 I Is pending In the
ourt for Dade County,
Probate Division, the
[of which is 3rd Floor.
iunty Courthouse. TS
gler Street. Miami.
130. The name and
of the Personal Rep-
e and of the Personal
tatlve's attorney are
below,
rested persons are '
to rile with the Court I
THREE MONTHS
DATE OF THE
PUBLICATION OF I
(1) all claims j
estate and (3) any
by an interested
whom notice was !
t challenges the
the will.
the Psi
e. venue or Jurls-
the Court
AND OBJEC
SO FILED WILL
R BARRED.
the Oral publication
notice of admlnle-
>rll20.1(80
EGORDON
nal Representative
NavajoRoad
Suite A
San Olego. California 82119
Attorn** For Personal
Representative;
ROBERT L. BLOOMBERG
Attorney at Law
302 Biscayn* Building
18 WesTFlagler Street
MiamUFIorlda 33130
TelepMbe308. 3712707
07201 A April 25. May 2. 1880
I, the qualify
rrsonal Rep-
dlc
ICIRCUIT COURTOF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ICUIT IN AND FOR
i COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cist No 90 4904 FC
Family division
In re ate marriage of
WILLIAM VALLETTE
PefJBo ner
and W_
LORJtTTAH.
VALLETTK
Reapondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LORETTAH
VALLETTE
"Residence Unknown"
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
B H. BRODY. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
833 NE 167 St N M B FLA
33162. on or before May 16. 1880.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on April 1.
1980
Richard P Blinker. Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
08706 April 11. 18.26.
May 2. 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. so 5S60 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JOSE JORGE MAIRENA
Husband
and
MARIANA MAIRENA
Wlfa
TO MARIANA MAIRENA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT I
HIED 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 ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE. attorney for |
Petitioner, whose address Is!
2481 NW 7th Street. Miami, ,
Florida 33125. and file the j
original with the clerk of the j
above styled court on or before I
May 23. 1980; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami,
Florida on this 16th day of
April. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal)
Albert L. Carrlcart*. PA.
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33126
13061 648-7817
Attorney for Petitioner
08761 April 26;
May 2. 8. 16.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names
Cumberland Discount Drugs,
a k a Cumberland Discount,
a k a Cumberland Drugs,
a k a Cumberland Discount
Center, at 330 Lincoln Rd .
Miami Beach. Fla 33139. In-
tends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Pedco Discount
Drugs, inc..
a Florida corporation
Jonathan D Beloff. Esq
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Werner. Jacobowltz *
Fried PA
Attorneys for Pedco
Discount Drugs. Inc
1111 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
067M April 23.
May 2.9. 16. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cut No. 90-J7H FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The marriage of
PIERRE FRANCOIS
Petitioner Husband
and
1 -IIJ J E BELL RAIFORD
a. k. aLlLLIE
BELL FRANCOIS
Respondent Wile
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. '.ILL IE BELL
RAIFORD ts/k/a LILL1E
BELL FRANCOIS, residence
unknown, are hereby notified
to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Petition For Annulment
filed against you, uopn Hus-
band's attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQUIRE, 612
NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33136. and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
or before May 23. 1980, other-
wise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
DATED this 18th day of
Npr.l. 1980
Richard P. Brlnker, Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
18762 April 26,
________________May 2, 9.16, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage In business under the
fictitious name William
Montlel. d / b / a The Place for
Meat. 17064 W Dixie Highway.
North Miami Beach. Fla 33160
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
WIIJ.IAM MONTIEL
President
08783 April 18. 28
May 2, 9. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name.
NEFERTITI TRAVEL, at SOW
Blscayne Boulevard. Suite 202.
Miami. Florida Intends to)
register said name with the
Clerk of" the Circuit Court of!
Dade County. Florida
HASSAN KHATTAB
Attorney for
Hassan Khattab
HARRY B SMITH. ESQ
1111 Lincoln Road
8th Floor
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
08712 April 11 18. 261
May 2. 198C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71 3703
(Judge Sam I. Silver)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE Marnageof
HELENS WINCOR,
Wife and
DANIEL 1 WINCOR,
Husband
TO DANIEL I WlNCOR
Residence I'nknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that an action has been
brought against you by the
above HE1.ENE WlNCOR, 1'.'
tltloner In the above styled
cause In the Circuit Court In
and for Dade County. Florida,
to obtain a Judgment against
you for arrears in the support
and maintenance of your
children and the children of the
Petitioner, and for arrears of
alimony due to Petitioner pur
suant to the Final Order of DIs
solution of Marriage dated
September 15. 1872 and entered
in the above sty led cause
YOl ARE HEREBY UK
Ql'lRED to file your written
defenses thereto with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit. In
and For Dade County. Florida,
and to serve a copy thereof
upon HYLAN H KOUT. Attor
ney for the Petitioner. 420
Lincoln Road. Suite 326. Miami
Beach. Florida. 33139. not later
than the 16 day of May. 1980. or
a Default will be taken against
you for the relief sought In said
Petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida, on this 3 day of April.
1980
Willie Bradshaw Jr., DC
R P BRINKER
as Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
(Circuit Court Seal i
HYLANH KOUT
Attorney for Petitioner
420 Lincoln Road Suite 326
Miami Beach, Florida 33138
Telephone 1306 i 538 0832
08718 April 11. 18. 25.
_____________ Mil 2.1880
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 90 4822 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MAGDAOSORIO.
Petitioner
and
ALFONSO OSORIO
Respondent
TO ALFONSO OSORIO
Residence Unknown
YOl- ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
JOHN E McHUGH. JR.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address la 1818 NW 7Ui St.. No.
120. Miami. Florida 33126. and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before May f. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2 day of April.
1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
JohnE McHugh.Jr
1515NW Till St No 120
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone 642 4373
08717 April 11, 18.28,
May 2, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 60-SMf FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
CHR1STO ARAKAS
va
SOPHIA ARAKAS
TO: SOPHIA ARAKAS
2273 41st Street
Astoria Queens
New York. NY
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. If
any. to It on DANIEL GAL-
LUP, plaintiff's attorney,
whose address Is 2355 Salzedo
Street Suite 308. Cora) Gables,
Florida 33134, on or before May
16. 1980. and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on April 8,
1980
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
by M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
08730 April 11. 18, 26.
May 2. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 10-4BS.FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of
ROGER DORLEI B
Petitioner Husband.
.iii.l
GLADYS DORLEl'S.
Reapondent v. Ifa
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOl GLADYS DORLEl'S
Calls IA No 4 54. Cucuta.
Colombia, are hereby notified
to aervc i I "|.y of your Answer
to the Petition For Dissolution
,.f Marriage filed against you.
upon Husband s attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ES
QUIRE. K12 NW 12th Avenue,
Miami Florida 33136. and file
Original with the Clerk of the
Courl on or before May 8 1980.
otherwise Ihe Petition will be
confessed by you
DATED this 2nd day of April.
Richard P Brlnker Clerk
B) Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08710 April 11. 18.25.
U.v'i 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Sl'N
IIEI'K1.1.ANT at 17070 Collins
Avenue. North Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Garni Associates, Inc
By Frank J Guarlno,
Secretary
IxuilsH Stallman
Attorney for registrant
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
.utftaw April 4. 11, 18, 25, 1980_
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO 10-4807 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
MICHAEL cot sens
Petitioner
and
GLORIA CO! BEN8
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
T<) MRS GLORIA
COUSENS
K. -idem r Unknown
YOl ARK NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Written defense! if any. to It on
B H Brody. Attorney tor
Petition, r whose address is
633 NE 167 St N M B Fla
SHI on or before May 16. 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of thla court either before
#11111 on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of thla Court on April 1.
1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
. As Clerk of the Court
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
08704 April 11.18. X;
May 2. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 90-4111 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
HERBERT ASTON LUTAS
Petitioner
and
LUCILLE MAY LIT AS
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LUCILLE MAY
LUTA1
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
B. H BRODY. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la
633 NE 167 ST N M B., Fla
33162. on or before May 16. 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of thla court either before
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on April 1.
1980
Richard P Brlnker, Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal l
08706 April 11. 18.28.
May 2. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names
l'yszka. Kessler Adams at
2688 Bayshore Dr Miami.
Fla 33133 Intend to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
Pyszka. Kessler
A Adams. PA
Taylor Brion.
Bucher A Greene
Attorneys for l'yszka
Kessler A Adams. P. A
08700 April 4. 11. 18 26, 198o|
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 90 4854 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marrlageof
BARBARA RODRIQUEZ
Petitioner wife
FERNANDO RODRIQUEZ
Respondent husband
to Fernando Rodrtqua*
Residence unknown
vim ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
I.e. n filed against you and you
.,i a required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to
u on LA OFFICES OF
REICHLER A FLEI8HER.
attorn*) tor Patltlonar, whose
.i.ldresa is 420 Lincoln Road
Suit* 438, Miami Beach.
Florida. HISS, and file the
original with the clerk of the
,il.o\ a at) Id court on or before
May 16. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
vou for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2 day of April.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
LAW OKI' ICES OF
ItKlCHLK.lt A KLKISHER
JeroidH Relehler. Eaq
420 Lincoln Road
Suite 4M
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
i 305 i 674 8040
Attorney lor Petitioner
087O1 April 11. 18.23.
May 2. 198C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 7*-ea70
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re the Marriage of
NELSON SHAW
petitioner Husband
MADELINE E shaw
Respondent Wife
TO MADELINE E
SHAW
Lake Ixigan
Route 1 Box82F
Ardmore, Term 38449
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses, if
any. to It on DANIEL GAL-
LUP. ESQ plaintiffs attor
ney. whoae addreae la 2308
Salzedo Street. Suit* 309, Coral
Gables. Florida S3134. on or
before 9th May, 1980. and file
the original with the clerk of
thai court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter: other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on 3rd April,
1980.
Richard P Brlnker
Clerk of the Court
byV Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
08719 April 11. 18.28,
May 2. 1990
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ClllNo ID4H1FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of:
ALBERTO I
RODRIGUEZ
Petitioner Husband
va
DIGNAE RODRIGUEZ
Respondent Wife
TO DIGNAESPINOZA
RODRIGUEZ
C o Nlla Esplnoza
de Buatos
Salon Marakabu
Upala. Krenters Norte
Costa Rica
YOL' ARE NOTTFED that an
action for DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenaes. If
any. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESQ plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 2356
Salzedo Street. Suite 309. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before May 16, 1980, and file
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 for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on Apr 3,
1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
Clerk of the Court
by M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
""714 April 11. 18. 25.
May 2, 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-4*42 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
, OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ANNIE DAISY SMITH
Petitioner Wife
JOHNNIE l-KK SMITH
Respondent Husband
to IOHNNIELEE
SMITH
Residence Address
I'nknown
YOL ARK. HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
lutlon of Marriage has
hei ii filed against you and you
,,i. i.'inured to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to
it on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1313 NW 167 Street.
Suite HOB, Miami. Florida.
and file the original with
Hi. lerk of the above styled
.ourt on or before May 9, 1980,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
rebel demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of April.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal l
08718 April 11. 18. 28.
May 2. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
MORTGAGE APPRAISAL A
SALES at number 1610 W
Flagler St In the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
llroward County Florida
Dated al Miami. Florida, this
2nd da) of April. I960
Philip I. Reppenlhal
PaTl*. April n i M
May 2. 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-4M5FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of
PROSPERT FRANCOIS
Petitioner Husband
and
ANDRE MK.NE FRANCOIS
Respondent Wife
NtlTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. ANDREMENE
FRANCOIS. Malson de la
Bible. No 50 Rue Bonne, Foi
Port-Au Prince. Haiti, are
hereby notified to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Petition
For Dissolution of Marriage
filed agalnat you. upon
Husband a attorney. OEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQUIRE. 613
NW 13th Avenue Miami.
Florida 33)36. and file original
with Use Clerk of the Court on
or before May 3. 19(0. other
wlae the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
DATED thla 77th day of
March. 1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clara
06303 April*. II. 16 28. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name ABC
NURSERY AND KINDER
GATEN at 2830 NW 21 Court.
Miami Florida, intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Solange Rajo
086V9 April 4. 11. 18. 38, 1980
NOTICE UNCER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage In business under the
fictitious nametsi Medical
Services of South Miami at 8901
SW 74th Street, suite No 308.
South Miami. Fla 33143 In-
tend! a I to register said
nameisi with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Barry MaU
8901 SW 74th Street.
Suite No 308
South Miami. Fla 33143
08780 April 18. 38
May 2. 9, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
SOUTH FLORIDA ROXX at
14878 NE 30th Avenue. Suite 21.
North Miami. Florida 33181
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
South Florida Roxx will be a
monthly musical reporting
publication
Menmark Marketing Cor
porallun
B) GERALD MENDOZA
President
Joseph C. Laussel
J C Laussel. Esq
Attorney for Menmark
Marketing Corporation
12333111 NW 7 Avenue.
Miami. Fla 3316S
Tel 6880011
i*VJ00 April 4. 11. 18.26. 1980


Notices
ktCUlT COURT OF
fvENTH JUDICIAL
lit in and for
hllNTY FLORIDA
pNU,Vo.2FC
K?OFA ITsoTIFIKn tha
"ior ciu-.iution o*
h.. "-" "'*
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Kre-upy0,>rour
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^v attorney for
ihosr address l
1 N M B FU.
V origins' ith the
icourt either before
petitioner or lm-
Uiere.rt.-r other
Lit will be entered
7 for the relief
fU, the complaint or
, my hand nd th*
0)urt on April T,
DP BRIN'KKK
trk ol the Court
rln epuiy Clerk
April 11. 1*28.
|lCE UNDER
BUS NAME LAW
IS HK.RKBY
Lt the undersigned.
[enga^f ln business
flrtitiKU' names
Alberta Neary
fWork at Home
lot America al 177
Street Miami Kla
nd to register ald
the Clerk ol the
Urt of Dads County
WOW NEARY
fl'rrsident
April IKK
May 2. 8 1M(
Ircuitcourtof
llTH JUDICIAL
JlTINANDFOR
OONTY, FLORIDA
INo 10 WSiFC
|lLY DIVISION
I marriage of
ICE RE s
Wife
SRE
ent Husband
9Y IMIUJCATION
scak cact;RES.
nU Fe 8936. San
Ule arr hereby notl
tve a copy of your
(the Petition For Dls-
pf Marriage filed
u. upon Wife's attor-
^i '- holts. Esquire,
AV6MM Miami.
|l. and file original
erk of the Court on
lay 1 1*0. other
rVlitinn will be con-
thls 10th day of
|p BrUikar dark
flarintla llrown
eputy Clerk
April lk. 25.
Mi) I 1060
ice uNB
kOUSNAME LAW
9 HEREBY
lat the undersigned.
1 ennaj-i- in business
fictitious name
liar. Inc at 7900 SW
ami Kla 33143. in
[register said name
lerk ii the Circuit
de County. Florida
lm Star of Miami.
Tlorida Inc
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CIRCUIT COURT
"1 ELEVENTH
11 AL CIRCUIT
!AND FOR
. JNTY.FLORIDA
[No M SsllFC
niiy Division
rnageof
BAKER
|nt
C OF ACTION
RENE BAKER
NCE UNKOWN
NOTIFIED that
for dissolution of
has been filed
ou and you aura
?serve % copy of your
^nses. If any, to It on
dy, attorney for
whoa* address la
11 St.. N M B. Fit.
t before May SO. 1M0.
f* original with Uw
i court either before
Petitioner or tm-
thereafter, other
ult win be entered
for the relief
I m the complaint or
">y hand and the
Court on April 21,
rdP Hnukei
erk of the Court
Harinda Brown
[Deputy Clerk
April 26
May 2. 0.1s. iseW
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 00 MS* FC
IN UK
The marniiK*' Of
TKDMAN A OREAVK1
Petitioner husband.
and
CO TONE i. <;kka\ ks
Respondent Wife
TO COKINKI. QRBAVU
140 Rhodes Avenue
Hampstead. New York 11590
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARR1ACK
YOl ARE HERBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage haa
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on ARTHUR H LIFSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1516 NW 167 Street
Suite HOB. Miami. Florida.
33169. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 30. 1080.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded ln 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 st Miami
Florida on this 22 day of April
1960
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
by Deborah (< Hess
As Deputy Clerk
OK769 April 26
May 2 9 16. 19W
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number t liSJ
Division 03
IN UK ESTATE OF
CHARLES ARENA.
IV, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO AI.I. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
F.ST ATE
Within three months from the
time of the first publication of
this notice you are required to
file with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33130. a
written statement of any claim
or demand you may have
against the estate of CHARLES
ARENA, deceased
Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim is con
tlngent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT so FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dated January 29th. 1979
Anthony J Cutrona
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
CHARLES ARENA
Deceased
William M Alper. F.sq
Attorney
26 W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida33130
Telephone 13051 368 8706
Q67T7 April 26, May 2. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No aa.)6S6 PC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
DONNAC MANNY
Petitioner Wife
and
KENNETH L MANNY
Respondent. Husband
TO KENNETH L.
MANNY
Residence Address
Unknown ^^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are requlredto serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on ARTHUR H. LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1618 Northwest 167
Street. Suits 110-B. Miami.
Florida, 33169. and file the
original wtlh the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 10. 1080. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or peUtlon
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of April.
IMO
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
B) DeborahG Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
08772 *KHHi
May 2.0. 16. 1060
Cantor
Feldman
Services
Funeral services were held
April 22 at Temple Mennrah for
Nico Feldman. 67, cantor at
Temple Menorah for 15 years,
who died Sunday at Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
Mr. Feldman was born in
Romania and moved to Israel as
a child. He worked several years
in public works, ranging from
agricultural projects to road
building.
His singing to work crews led
to an audition and job as first
tenor with the Israel Opera
Company. After moving to the
United States, he appeared on
The Ed Sullivan Show."
In Miami, he performed at
community functions such as
Bonds for Israel.
He also trained children at the
Hebrew School for their Bar
Mitzvahs.
Mr. Feldman served as
president of the Cantor's
Association in Miami last year.
He is survived by his wife.
Nora, and a sister, Bona.
PARENT
Marcus, hh. ,i1(.d April 21 A resident of
Miami 20 years, he came from Newark.
N J He was sexton for 40 years at
Temple Oheb Shalom In Newark. N J .
anil a 32nd Degree Mason Surviving are
his wife Minnie, son Robert iDenai of
Miami, daughter Ruth ijohni Rolhen
berg of Engllshtown. N J brother Dr
Sol Parent of Hillside. N J five grand
children, and five great grandchildren
Services were private with arrange
ments by Uordon Funeral Home
PF.NTASKY. Jacob. 70. Miami. April
22 I-e-vttt Welnstein
HILIK. William. 73. Tamarac. April 20
Sinai Memorial Chapel
BRCSON. Marcee P Coral Springs
Sinai Memorial Chapel Star of David
FEDER. Nat. North Miami Beach.
April 21 Riverside Star of David
KORB. Harry. Margate
LEVY. Bert. 75. Hollywood. Aprtl 21
Riverside
NAIGUS. Louis. 67. Hallandale
Riverside Lakeside
POKES. Philip. 78, Miami Beach
Riverside Mt Slnal
VALK, Sam. 77. North Ijiuderdale.
April 21 Slnal Memorial Chapel
I.AICH. Theodore, 80. Fort Lauder
dale. Rubin
ri )SEN Irving Edward. 64. Hollywood.
April 16 Riverside
ROTHMAN. Israel. 06. Miami Beach
Rubin
Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 00 St?I FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
CAHIDADGARCIA
Wife
and
FELIX JACOBO GARCIA
Husband
TO FEUXJACOBO
GARCIA
Central Oalope
San Juany
Martinet
Plnar del Rio.
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on ALBERT. L. CARRI
CARTE. P.A., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2401 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33128. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May SO. 1080. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four coiv
secutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FtXJRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of April.
1080
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal I
Albert L Carrlcarte, P A
2401 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
i 306) 640 7017
Attorney for Petitioner
08770 April 38.
May 2. 0. 16 1080
Services Held for Ben Sanderson
Funeral services were held
April 20 for Ben Sanderson. B8,
an area resident since 1948 and
founder of lladassah Associates.
who died April 18 at his North
Miami Beach home.
Mr Sanderson came to the
United States from Russia in
1916. He went first to Minnea-
polis and then settled in
Milwaukee. There he founded the
Sanderson Art Co.
Here he was an active board
LUSTIG
I-ouls. 80. Miami Beach, a resident for
ov,er 15 years He was In the food and
bever.ige business In Miami Beach
Surviving are his wife Rose and
daughter, Estelle. of Pembroke Pines,
one granddaughter and one great-
grandson He was a member of the Beth
Israel Congregation and was a 50 year
Mason. Services were held April 20 at
the Riverside with Interment at Mt
Nebo Cemetery
STEIN
Hannah. 103. Miami, died April 20 She
had made her home here for the past 40
years, coming from New York She Is
survived by her son Mort Stein of
Hemet. Calif and grandchildren.
Harvey and Millard Stein of Miami, and
three great grandchildren Graveside
services and Interment were held April
22 at Lakeside Memorial Park under the
direction of Gordon Funeral Home.
SCHUCKMAN
Samuel. 80. Hollywood. April 17 He was
the husband of Lucille, father of Ruth
i Morton i Horowitz. Pembroke Pines.
Helen I. I Eugene I Klein of Hollywood
and Sydette i David i Hess of North
Miami Beach, grandfather of seven,
great grandfather of 11. and cousin of
Beatrice Garber He was a member of
Herri l.odge B'nai B'rtth. Temple Slnal
of Hollywood, founder and past
president of Hebrew Congregation of
Sommers, N Y He was a philanthropist
to all local and Israeli Jewish charities
Services were held Sunday at Levltt-
VWinsteln with interment at Sharon
Gardens Memorial Park
AlCENSTERN. Sol, 80. Miami Beach
Rubin lakeside
LANE, Debra Lynn, 5. North Miami,
April 18 Riverside Mt Slnal
MILLER Belle. W Miami Reach,
April 16 Riverside Mt Nebo
MILLER Jack Jacob. 61. Mtramar.
April 18 Riverside Star of David
NASSAUER. Betty L Miami Beach
Riverside
ROTHBERG. Dr Aaron. 86. Hollywood.
April 17 Riverside
SCHINDELER. Edward John, 81. North
Miami Beach Riverside
SCHWARTZ. Mrs Fannie. 72. Miami
Beach. April 18 Newman
WEINER. Herbert J 67, Bay Harbor,
April 17 Riverside
PLATT. Betty. 77. AprU 14 LevlttWeln
stein. Mt. Nebo.
LEAR. Zena. 76. April 14 Gordon. Mt
Nebo.
BEIGEL. Aron. 82. April 12. Riverside
Mt Nebo
GOLDENBERG. Sofy. April 14 Mt.
Nebo
BERMAN. Charles. 70 Riverside. ML
Nebo
GALPERIN. Irving. 73. April 14. Rubin.
Mt Nebo
EISENSTEIN. Samuel. 70. April 14
Riverside Mt Nebo
GOLDMAN. Hyman H North Miami
Beach Riverside Lakeside
member of Brandeis Lodge of
rl'nai B rith for several years and
Club of Point Fast.
Mr Sanderson is survived by
his wife. Nettie; two daughters.
Harriet Carlton and Kaye
McKown: a son. Milton; nine
grandchildren; two great-grand-
children; and a sister, Uga
(irinberg.
Interment was at Lakeside
Memorial Park Cemetery.
YANICH
Nechama i nee Leixerovsky Morrlsl.
died April 11 in Jerusalem Born in
Nevogrudek. Russia. In 1808 Widow of
Herschel. veteran of the Jewish legion
She was a Detroit resident of many
years, a Miami Beach resident from
1054 until her allya to Jerusalem In 1060
A poet in Yiddish and Hebrew, she
wrote. Mine Veltel." (My World), a
partial compilation of her Yiddish
poetry published In 1073 Her poem. "A
T fillah (A Prayeri was set to music
by the late Sldor Belarsky A self-taught
Hebraist, she was the recipient of the
International Hebrew Jerusalem
Achievement Award She helped many
young people at Temple Beth Sholom
prepare for their B'na.1 Mltrvah Sur-
viving are children. Hadaasah Plaut of
Jerusalem, and Joseph (Yusli Yanlch
and daughter In law Lorraine of North
Miami, and grandchildren. Yehuda.
(".rmi and Joshua Piaut and Noah.
Yael. Elian. Yoav and Asher Yanlch
Contributions may be made to the
American Association for Ethiopian
Jews in care of Dr Howard M l-enhoff.
304 Robin Hood Lane. Costa Mesa. Calif
02627
NEWMARK
Mae R 74. North Miami Beach, April
20 She came to Florida over 30 years
ago from Washington. Pa She was past
president of Hadaasah and the Women s
Club of the New Hortcons of North
Miami Beach Surviving are her
daughter Audrey Yolken of Cypress
Calif four grandchildren, brothers
Ben B Rogow of Hallandale and Joseph
Kogowitz of Monessen. Pa Funeral
services were held April 23 at the
Riverside with interment in Mt Slnal
Cemetery
STEINBERG. Paul Fred. 14. North
Miami Beach. April 16 Menorah Star
,>f David
LEVINE. Rose. 74. Miami Beach April
16 Sinai Memorial Chapel, Inc
DONER. Louis. 76. North Miami Beach.
April 15 Riverside
I'KSOOW. Abraham. SO, Miami. AprU
16 Gordon Star of David
ZIEGLER. Tilly. 87. Miami. April 16
Riverside.
Kl.KIM AN Avlva. Miami Beach. April
10 Rubin.
NAIGUS. Louis. 67. Hallandale River-
side Lakeside .
BULLION. Leon Joseph. 64. Little Neck.
Queens. N Y.. Aprtl 10 Riverside
Star of David
OKUN. LouS 50. formerly of Bayonne.
N J April 10 Lakeside_______________
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What Your CJA-IEF
Dollar Buys Page3
Campaign
Highlights P8e4
Pacesetter Ball
May 3 Page 6
JVS Higher Horizons
Program Page 7
Summer Camps '80
Page 8
Adopt-A-Family
Page 10
GMJF Youth Services
Commission Page 11
Community Calendar
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It May Interest You
To Know Page 13
FKDKRATION
Vol.1. No. 8
April 1900
Published 10 times annually by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone (305) 576-4000
President
L. Jules Arkin
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations Committee
Eli Timoner
JCC Summer Camps 1980
see page


JfHAI YOUR CJA IEF
DOLLAR BUYS
Your gift to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federations 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign can provide the following ser-
vices.
In Israel
In Miami
> Emergency food and lodging for
onenightfora Jewish man or woman
stranded in Miami.
5h)U spiritual comfort of a visiting
chaplain to 25 Jewish men and
women in local institutions.
$100
$75two months of special tutoring
for an underprivileged high school
student at an Israeli community cen-
ter.
$100
JA package of holiday treats for
five nomebound elderly Jews to help
them appropriately celebrate Jewish
holidavsand festivals.
$500summer day camp for eight
weeks through the JCC, for one un-
derprivileged Jewish child.
. $650A Free, hot kosher meal, five
days a week for one year, to an elderly
jew who might otherwise go hungry.
'$10,000Resettlement for a Soviet
Jewish family of five, including
shelter, language and vocational
training, and medical assistance until
self-sufficieint.
Orthopedic shoes for a crippled
child inan Israeli orphanage.
$250 Transportation and accom-
modation for a soviet Jewish refugee
from a European reception area to
Israel.
$1,000Four months of vocational
education foranimmigrantteenager
at a Youth Aliyah boarding school.
$5,00Uvital services at an absorption
center in Israel for eight months for
an immigrant family of four to help
integrate them into Israeli society.
;> lOjOOOExpanding and modernizing
facilities at a community center for
senior citizens in a development
town in Israel.
Overseas
$30 Food for a month for a Jewish
child attending an ORT school in
Bombay.
. Tuitionforoneyearforachildin
a Jewish day school in North Africa.
one month of care for an elderly
couple in a home for the aged in
Eastern Europe.


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CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS..

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. //N r Um, JoMyri B/y, Wrs. .1
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/7 /'/nsm^i.s DJviiioM o/ the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund recently met to plan their 1980 campaign. Shown an l>> Eugem <
I! ,. Heft land Dr. SanfordZahler (right)
Jade Winds residents recently held their annual CJ \ IEF brunch in t
\\ inds Tower Auditorium Shown art chairman /- Benjamin 1 trot Sol Vogel and Louis Stembi
R*tldmnU of the (ialahad Dude apartments
recently held a meetinn to benefit the I960
(.IA IFF campaign. Shuun Heft to right) arc
co-chairman Alex Lampl. guest speaker l)r
.1 Frederic Blitstein, and chairman Joseph J.
Walker


( ounty Commissioner Barry Schreiber was
the guest speaker at a joint meeting of
-, sidtntl of Guild ford House and the
(ami file to benefit the 1980 CJA-IEF
i ampaign. Shown (left to right) are general
( huirpersons Lee Thorpe and Daniel Brody.
( ommuaiontr Schreiber and co-chairperson
Albert Hutchkes.

Bat Harbor 101 residents Mrs. Cal Korens (left! and Mrs Harry; Korman
(nghtl recently became GMJF Women's Division trustees .Shown with them at
the presentation of their Lion ofJudah pins is Mrs Dai id Lipsny.
A brunch was held recently by residents of Buckley Towers to
CJA-IEF campaign. Shown (left to right/ are West building c
M Kling, guest speaker Ben Essen. East building chairman Ha
and general chairman Jacob Barasch.
benefit th
hairman i
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Residents of Point East recently held their annual
rally n behalf of the CJA-IEF campaign. Guest
-pinker for the event was Joel Arrum, Consul
General of Israel for the Southeastern United States
Standing from left are Bebecca Leon, financial
secretary. Ernest Samuels, honorary chairman: Joel
Anton; Max Schoen, co-chairman; Arthur V. Miller,
associated chairperson; and David Siegel, chairman.
Also shown are Mollye Lovinger (seated, left) and
Mrs. Anne Ackerman (seated right), associate
chairpersons.


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PACESETTER BAIL
SET FOR MAY 3RD
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The Shomer Am Yisrdfel Award, pre-
sented once in a lifetime to a member of
Federation's CJA-IEF Pacesetter
Division who makes a personal commit-
ment of $50,000, will be presented at the
upcoming Pacesetter Ball. The ball, to be
held May 3 at the Fontainebleau-Hilton
Hotel, will be the culmination of the year's
organized activities for the Pacesetter
Division, according to Melvin L. Kartz-
mer, division chairman. Mrs. Donald Lef-
ton, chairman of the Pacesetter Ball
Arrangements Committee, called the
Shomer Am Yisroel menorah "the
greatest honor bestowed by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The menorah is a limited edition sculp-
ture by Miami artist and sculptor Ken-
neth Treister. Its name means "guardian
of the people of Israel." The design sym-
bolizes the family of God, each branch
reaching skyward and striving for the
ideals of Judaic law our heritage
strength and unity as a people.
Treister also designed the Pacesetter
Division's Aliyah Sculptures, a series of
bronze medallions, each depicting a land' *
mark event in the history of the Jewish
people, and presented to new members of
the division.
Sandm Goldstein
L. Jules Arkin, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
recentiy received the following letter
from members of the Chazak
Program, following the untimely and
sudden death of one of the Greater
Miami Jewish community's most
promising young leaders, Sandra
Goldstein.
' DearMr.Arkin.
We, as well as everyone who knew
Sandra Goldstein, were shocked and
saddened by her sudden passing, some of us knew sandy for a
long period of time and others for the short time that we have
been members of the Chazak Program. Yet, no matter how long
each of us knew sandy, we all became members of one close knit
family during our trip to Israel and all of us feel the loss deeply and
personally.
When we learned of Sandy's passing, each of us wanted to do
something in her memory and each of us had his or her own ideas.
However, as members of a family pull together at such a time, so
have we. Sandy was interested in establishing a local lecture
series where speakers would discuss current significant topics of
interest to the Jewish community. Therefore, in Sandys memory,
we have decided to establish such a series, on a quarterly basis,
commencing in the fall of 1980 and we, as a group, commit the
sum of S1,500 per year for each of the next five years to help fund
the series, in addition, we also commit to supply the leadership
for this lecture series. Our financial commitment is in addition to
our pledges to the annual Federation campaigns.
Sincerely,
The Chazak Program of
the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Federation Towers
Holds First Seder
Residents of Federation Toners, the lit unit high rise
residence for the elderly recently opened by the GMJF
sponsored Jewish Federation Housing, hu on Miami
Beach, celebrated their first Passoi er this year in their
neu homes. The studio and one hedroom apartments ,,)
Federation Touers replaced substandard housing u Inch
many area elderly find their only option due to limited
income and rising costs Shown officiating at the
Federation Touers seder are deft to tight) residents
Joseph Oerber, Hannah Becker, and director of
Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service, Rabbi
Solomon Schiff.


it s been a good many years since
Charlie josephson, now a retiree on
Miami Beacn, has lived near New
York's second Avenue and Delancey
Street but he still considers himself
an East Side kid" three words which
sum up a mental state and lifestyle
' typified by independence, self-
reliance, and self-sufficiency.
However, he considered it no crime
to look for help from his community
when his wife of 56 years. Anna, suf-
fered a stroke on the 20th of January
1977 and was left partially im-
mobilized and homebound following
a hospital stay which could not
restore all of her physical capabilities.
The josephsons did not require
much just someone to come in for a
short time several times weekly to
help Mrs. Josephson bathe and to
stay long enough to free Mr.
josephson to go out, do the
marketing, run household errands
and take care of whatever pressing
business needed attention.
Not an unreasonable request, but
not an easily satisfied one, until the
josephsons were put in touch with
Elaine Kramer of the Jewish
vocational service's Higher Horizons
Program.
The Jewish vocational Service, one
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation s family of agencies,
receives annual funding underaCETA
(Comprehensive Employment and
Training Act) grant of the united
States government to train in-
dividuals in the community to be-
come home health care aides. This
years class of 28 aides each visit four
or five individuals daily, many of
them with problems similar to the
josephsons The Josephsons receive
three visitations weekly.
At the end of a week, these aides
have fanned out into the Greater
Miami Jewish community to make
over 800 visitations. By the end of the
year, these aides will have made
nearly 40,000 visitations to in-
dividuals in the community who
might otherwise be at a loss for aid at
a time of their lives when they need it
most.
The Josephsons don't complain,
but living as a pensioner in today's
economy would make home health
care all but impossible if programs
such as Higher Horizons did not exist.
Had Mrs. Josephson remained in
the hospital or convalescent home
for a longer period following her
stroke, Medicare would have picked
up most of the bill, but the current
plan does not cover very many
medical bills for the incapacitated
once they return home.
For instance, Mrs. Josephson
requires a special shoe and brace on
the side of her body most affected by
the stroke. However, Medicare will
not pay for the cost of the shoe and
brace because the brace is plastic and
not the metal which is deemed
necessary to merit reimbursement.
Physical therapy, which could
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTERS OF SOUTH FLORIDA


Remember those fun-filled days at
summer camp laughing and
splashing with new friends in the
swimming pool.. picnicking under
shady trees... learning new arts and
crafts.
Those days are not gone for today s
youth, in fact, they re just around the
corner as June and summer vacation
approach.
The Jewish community Centers of
South Florida (JCC), a member of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation s
family of agencies, is already gearing
up to provide a full schedule of sum-
mer camp programs. JCCs Summer
Camp 1980 includes a variety of
educational, recreational and Jewish
oriented programs for children in
grades 1-9, pre-school and kindergar-
ten children, and children 18 months
to 212 years old. Programs are being
offered at both the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish community Center,
18900 N.E. 25th Avenue, North Miami
Beach, and the South Dade Jewish
Community Center, 12401 S.W. 102nd
Avenue, Miami. Camp dates run from
June 23 to August 15, with the first
session scheduled from June 23 to
July 18, and the second session from
Juiy2i toAugustiS.
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish com-
munity Center
Nitzanim: Half-day program for
pre-school children and those en-
tering kindergarten, includes art,
music, swimming, games, science,
excursions, picnics, and Jewish
enrichment activities.
Shelanu Jr. Camp for first through
third graders and Shelanu Sr. Camp
for fourth through sixth graders: in-
cludes nature, arts and crafts, swim-
ming, dance, Jewish cultural ac-
tivities, trips, athletics, Oneg Shab-
bats, drama, musicand otherskills.
Leadership Apprentice Program
for teens entering tenth grade; in-
cludes counsellor training to those
youngsters interested in future camp
work, supervised work experience
and theory sessions on camping and
group work with children, and
recreation activities for the teens
themselves. Those completing the
program will be given special con-
sideration for possible future em-
ployment with the Jewish Com-
munity Centers, interviews are
required.
Creative Arts for seventh through
ninth graders: includes music, art,
drama, dance and Jewish cultural
enrichment. Participants may choose
an area of specialization. Field trips
will be taken.
General Sports Camp, Tennis Camp,
Gymnastics Camp for fifth through
ninth graders: includes instruction in
general sports or specific sports, and
weekly sports field trips will be taken.
Primary objectives are sportsman-
ship, health and fitness.
Teen Summer Program for seventh
through ninth graders: includes two
weeks of in-town projects and two-
weeks of out-of-town travel, in-town
themes will encompass pioneering,
water sports, nature lore. Out-of-
town travel consists of Trip I (during
first session) to Washington. DC,
Pennsylvania Dutch country, Williams-
burg, Virginia and includes one week
at a New Jersey resident camp; Trip II,
(during the second session) will travel
to Nashville (Grand Ole Opry), Great
Smokey National Park and includes one
week at a resident camp in the North
Carolina mountains.
For further information on camp
fees or to receive a brochure for
registration, please call the Michael-
Ann Russell JCC, 932-4200.



South Dade
Jewish Community Center
Mommy & Me: Two mornings per
week for children 18 months to 21/2
years, including social and physical ac-
tivities which aid in the enrichment
of the relationship between mother
and child. Arts and crafts, cooking
and music are offered under the
direction of a qualified nursery
schoolteacher.
Two Year Old Playgroup: Two or
three days per week, including sim-
plified Jewish traditions, splash
pools and water play, cooking, music,
arts and crafts and free play, under
the direction of qualified nursery
school teachers. Mothers will he
scheduled to assist class on a rotating
basis.
Chaverim for three to five year old:
includes simplified Jewish traditions,
Hebrew songs, creative arts, sports,
games, music, swimming instruction
and some field trips. Full day or half
day session offered.
Sabra for first through third
graders and Halutzim for fourth
through sixth graders: includes arts
and crafts, nature, games, field trips,
sports, cookouts, swimming instruc-
tion, and appreciation of Jewish
tradition.
Sports Camp for fifth through
ninth graders: includes swimming,
soccer, hockey, baseball, basketball,
football and the Jewish values of
sportsmanship and fair play. Par-
ticipants may choose and area of
concentration.
Creative Arts for sixth through
ninth graders, includes music, drama,
mime, scenery design, make-up,
drawing, sculpture, painting and
field trips.
Leadership Apprentice Program
for teens entering tenth grade: in-
cludes counsellor training to those
youngsters interested in future camp
work and supervised work experien-
ce with camp groups. Those com-
pleting the program will be given
special consideration for possible
future employment with the JCC s.
interviewsare required.
Teen Summer Program for seventh
through ninth graders: includes two
weeks of in-town projects and two
weeks of out-of-town travel, in-town
themes will encompass pioneering,
water sports, nature and lore. Out-
of-town travel consists of Trip I
(during first session) to Washington,
D.C., Pennsylvania Dutch country,
Williamsburg, Virginia and includes
one week at a New Jersey resident
camp: Trip 11 (during second session)
to Nashville (Grand Ole Opry), Great
Smokey National Park and includes
one week at a resident camp in the
North Carolina mountains.
For information on camp fees or to
receive a brochure for registration,
please call the South Dade JCC, 251-
1394.
insurance
All campers are required to par-
ticipate in the JCC insurance plan, at a
cost of $2.50 per person. This plan
covers injuries and other accidental
incidents which may occur while the
child is taking part in camp activities.
Fee Adjustments
The JCC attempts to keep camp fees
as low as possible so that everyone in
the community may participate in its
programs. To the extent possible,
financial adjustments on the basis of
need can be made after discussion
with the camp registrar.
Final day for registration and fee
payment is May 31st.







DOPT A FAMtY HELPS
REFUSNIKS IN THE U.S.S.R
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As a result of the soviet invasion of
Afghanistan and the subsequent
cooling of East-West relations,
leadership of the south Florida Con-
ference on soviet Jewry feels that
many of its avenues to give aid to
Soviet Jews may be closed. The South
Florida conference is a member of
Federations community Relations
Committee.
Jewish activists in the USSR have
noted a rise in anti-Zionist propagan-
da and fear an increase in additional
anti-Semitic repression, according to
recent reports received by Soviet
Jewish emigres in the west.
Some refusniks report that they
feel that they are living on the edge
of a knife. However, according to
Judith Matz, chairman of the South
Florida Conference s Adopt-A-Family
Program, family to family com-
munication between Jews in the
west and Jews still in the Soviet union
trying to obtain exit visas is often one
of the best way to surmount the dif-
ficulties of strained international
relations and maintain the lifeline of
moral support Soviet Jews need.
The following letter from refusniks
Gregory and Elena Khess of Minsk, to
their Miami friends Sandy and Lou
Tobier, is indicative of the current
state of life for many Soviet Jews
trying to leave for Israel or other
western countries. The Tobiers met
with the Khess family while in the
Soviet union lastyear.
"Purim has gone, we hope you en-
joyed the celebration. Here, we
gathered at the monument for the
commemoration of Purim in 1942
when more than 5,000 Jews were
killed, in the afternoon, we
celebrated at home, enjoyed haman-
tashen, and remembered old
Hamans, may they all have the same
end!
"It was a sign of hope for a new life
in a country where our hearts now
live. Spring is coming, and with
Spring, there is hope. May it bring
new redemption for us. we think,
now it is a very important moment
for our destiny, we now t^a\/e hope
that before the Olympics the
authorities will let usgo.
we hope now that the elderly
leaders in the Kremlin, leaders of the
camp of peace and socialism, will
make a beautiful gesture in front of
the Free world and will free some
people like us.
"Without hope we are lost, we are
tired of waiting, but you and people
like you give us strength. Thank you
for sharing some of our agony.
"Allofourlove,
Gregory, Elena and girls,
The case of the Khess'S approaches
the Kafkaesgue because Elena Khess
has already been in Israel. She was
granted an exit visa several years ago
and left in the belief that her husband
and children would follow. When
they were repeatedly refused, Elena
felt she had no alternative but to
leave her father who was in Israel and
to return to Minsk to her family.
The Adopt-A-Family program is a
person-to-person project which
provides a Soviet Jewish family with
moral support and an advocate "'A.
before Soviet and American officials,
Matzsaid.Nofinancialcommitmentis
necessary.
She explained that Soviet Jews who
apply for an exit visa face loss of em-
ployment, harassment from police,
possible arrests and jail sentences on
false charges, and often delays which
last years before receiving their visas.
"Contact with the Western world
offers these people hope that they
have not been forgotten, it makes
their hardships easier to bear and of-
ten acts as protection against
harassment, Matz said.
we receive the names of these
families from our contacts in the
Soviet union, as well as the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry, Matz
explained. "Although many
correspondent families in the Soviet
union never request such com-
munication, they are not surprised -
when an American Jewish family
begins writing to them.
For further information contact
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry at 576-4000.
Th0 Tnhiers of North Miami Beach examining some of their corres/xm-
denee with the Khess family of Minsk, USSR., their -adopted- Soviet
.Jewish refusnik family.
The South Florida Conference on soviet Jewry offers
the following guidelines for families or individuals parti-
cipating in the Adopt-A-Family program:
1. write in English unless you know Russian well. Many soviet
Jews speak and write English or have access to a tran-
lator. The South Florida conference will have replies in
Russian translated.
2. Letters should be warm, personal, casual and friendly, as
you would write to a member of your family, write about
your family, job or studies, travel or hobbies, include
family pictures if you wish, and ask for a picture of their
family in return.
3. Number your letter at the top of the page. The Soviet
Jewish family can then tell if they are receiving all of your
letters.
4. continue to write, even though you may not receive an
answer at once, some letters will get through, and the
Soviet government will know that letters are being sent.
5. if you receive an answer, reply promptly, you are the
family's tie with the outside world.
6. AVOID: names of Jewish organizations and political criti-
cism of the USSR. Israel should not be mentioned in the
first few letters until you are sure they are being received.
7. Letters may be signed with Shalom to let the recipient
know that you are Jewish, soviet Jews will know how
you received their names, and why you are writing.


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MJF YOUTH SERVICES
wrraTEENS
11
The Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity has long taken pride in the
Jewish youth organizations that
reach out to our children,
strengthening their Jewish identity,
instilling in them a sense of com-
munal responsibility. Those
teenagers who are involved hold the
key to the future of the Jewish
people. Yet a 1978 survey by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
shows that only 25 to 30 percent of
Dade County s Jewish teens are being
served in some way by a synagogue
youth group or Jewish agency. What
of the 70 to 75 percent who are as yet
unaffiiiated? Will they be Jewish 10
years from now? Will their chidren be
Jewish?
These questions are of great con-
cern to the Youth Services Com-
mission of Federation. Established in
the spring of 1977, the commission is
comprised of Jewish community
leaders with an interest in young
people rabbis, synagogue leaders,
Jewish day school principals, regional
directors and leaders of national
youth organizations, and leadership
of Federation and Federation agen-
cies.
The commission meets six times a
year to determine the means to
enhance the Jewish identity and
commitment of all Jewish teenagers
in the community. More specifically,
the commission is currently
analyzing the problem of unaffiiiated
teens and ways in which to reach
them, utilizing Jewish youth groups
inthecommunity.
Especially important in helping
the commission study the situation is
the Youth Directors Council, com-
prised of the directors of local Jewish
youth organizations including B nei
Akiva, B'nai B rith Youth Organization,
Central Agency for Jewish Education,
Chabad House, Chosen Children, the
Michael-Ann Russell and South Dade
branches of Jewish community Cen-
ters of South Florida, Israel Programs
Office, Koach Litzion (Alumni of Israel
Programs). Young Judea of
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Hashachar, and local synagogue af-
filiates of the Southeast Federation
of Temple Youth, united Synagogue
Youth and the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth.
Chairing the commission is Maxine
Schwartz, who also serves as vice
president for Community Education
of the Federation women's Division.
"it is very helpful to sit in the same
room together, trading information
ind discussing some of the problems
he organizations have had and the
sjccesses they have had in various
programs, Mrs. Schwartz explains.
in the teenage years, young people
are greatly influenced by their friends
and life around them. The major
issues confronting them are drugs,
alcohol abuse and the cults, we are
trying to approach them through
their social lives where they are most
vulnerable to negative influences.
The commissions purpose is ex-
tremely timely because the rise of
cults has made most parents and
educators aware that those negative
influences do exist and that we need
to take action now to counteract
them, she said.
Mrs. Schwartz also explained that
the commission is striving to coor-
dinate the activities of all the youth
organizations in the community
through its Calendar committee. The
committee plans to publish a month-
ly bulletin of all Jewish youth events
for teens 13 through 18, which will
help avoid scheduling conflicting
events of competing youth
programs.
Other programs currently in the
planning stages include a Resource
Guide for youth directors which lists
all Jewish youth groups in the com-
munity, all agencies that provide ser-
vices to youth and explanations of
those services, and a list of key phone
numbers in the Jewish community.
A Program Bank is also being plan-
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formation and summaries on suc-
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programs enacted by various Jewish
organizations both locally and
nationally. The bank can be referred
to when planning future programs.
The commission is also planning to
offer professional enrichment
seminars for part-time and full-time
youth group directors and advisors.
The seminars are being planned in
cooperation with the Central Agency
for Jewish Education and the first all-
day seminar is scheduled in the fall.
These programs are just a begin-
ning, Mrs. Schwartz emphasized. "We
are looking forward to being able to
offer more programs in the future
that will provide positive Jewish in-
fluencesonourvouth."


Thursday, May 1
Temple Emanu-El Players present:
"Born Yesterday"
8 p.m.
at Temple Emanu-El
Thursday, May 1 Monday, May 5
Temple Beth Am
Judaic Artifacts Exhibit
Openingat8p.m.(Mayl)
at Temple Beth Am
Saturday, May 3
GMJF Pacesetter Ball
7:30 p.m.
at Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel
Sunday, May 4
GMJF Women's Division
Miami Shalom Open House
7:30 p.m.
at Federation Building (Aud. A.B, C)
Tuesday, May 6
Forte Towers Chapter of Hadassah
Donor Luncheon
12 noon
at Temple Emanu-El Ballroom
Wednesday, May 14
Michael-Ann Russell JCC Singles Group
Special Lecture:
HelaineKloth Bernstein-guest speaker
8 p.m.
at Katz Auditorium
Thursday, May 15
Michael-Ann Russell JCC Singles Group
Evening of music Rick Segneff (perfor-
mer)
8 p.m.
at 4930 Jackson St., Hollywood
Monday, May 19
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club
Open Meeting
Temple Emanu-El Players will present:
"Monday, The Rabbi Smiled"
7:30 p.m.
at Temple Emanu-El
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issues such as condominium conversion, aid for dependent
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YOU TO KNOW .
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Egypt Ends Boycott of Israel (ajo
me Egyptian Parliament has ap-
proved a law ending Cairo's parti-
cipation in the Arab boycott of Israel.
Eqvpt began formally to boycott
i in 1955. Cancellation of the
boycott was required by the terms of
gyptian-lsrael peace treaty with
the establishment of normal re-
larons by the two countries.
as a matter of fact, over a year ago
Egypt disregarded the Arab boycott
and invited some major American
companies on the Arab blacklist to
open plants in Egypt, including Coca-
Cola and Ford Motor Company. Rev-
ion the world's largest cosmetic
company, has now applied for a li-
cense to build a factory in Egypt and
is examining various sites. The com-
pany, whose sales in 1979 were about
$2 billion, has been on the Arab black-
list since 1960. According to top Rev-
- ion officers, what prompted the
move was Prime Minister Begin s re-
peated message during his American
tour that if the American business
community really wanted to support
the peace effort, it should look for in-
vestment opportunities in Egypt.
impact of Holocaust' Series
Temporary (JTA)
The impact of the American
television series Holocaust on west
German viewers was powerful but
not lasting, according to the results
of public opinion polls taken shortly
before the January, 1979 screening,
directly afterwards and one year
later.
in November 1978, two months
before the NBC television production
was broadcast in west Germany, 53
percent of the population favored
ending the prosecution of Nazi war
criminals and 31 percent wanted it to
continue, in February, 1979, one
month after the screening, wnicn nas
been watched by 63 percent of the
national television audience tne
polls indicated that 51 percent of the
viewers wanted prosecution con-
tinued against 45 percent who wan-
ted them ended.
But one year later, the numbers
opposed to prosecution rose to d/
percent while those in favor fell to> sa
percent. The polls did not indicate
any reasons for the quick
evaporation of support for Nazi war
crimes trials.
A group of scholars at the univer-
sity of Berlins Media Research in
stitute is preparing a three-part
documentary film on reactions in
west Germany to the "Holocaust
series, it will concentrate on the mfiu
ence the series had on Germar youtn
According to Siegfried zielinski who
is in charge of the project, proouc
tion of the documentary resulted in
intense, open discussion among the
young participants.
During the organized debates
before the cameras they spoke of
their own ignorance of the Nazi era
and the indifference of their older
relatives, teachers and others. The
youths concluded that at least two
post-war generations of Germans
lack the knowledge of the Nazi period
and that this could have serious con-
sequences.
Remedial Step Taken
A remedial step has been taken by
the Teachers Union in conjunction
with the Central Council of Jews in
Germany to produce National
Socialism as a School Subject,'' a book
described by the authors as "an aid in
planning instruction on the Nazi era.
The book traces the roots of anti-
Semitism in German society to
correct the view held by many of the
young generation that it was a one-
time phenomenon involving only
Hitler himself and perhaps a few of
his stooges,' according to Ada Bran-
des writing in the Deutsches
Allgemeines Sonntagsblatt. The
author considers it wrong to view the
persecution of Jews isolated from
the racist ideas of Nazi ideology,
Brandesadded.
Black Africa and Israel (AJO
Under pressure from the oil-
producing Arab states, Black Africa
broke off diplomatic relations with
Israel shortly after the 1973 war.
Before then, relations had been par-
ticularly cordial because of Israels
generous program of technical
assistance, with no strings attached.
At one time, 31 Black African states
were involved in Israeli development
programs. Recently, there have been
indications that these countries,
thoroughly disillusioned with the
Arab oil states, are beginning to
reconsider their earlier action. The
peace treaty between Egypt and
Israel was, therefore, welcomed by
many African policy makers as a
means of ending their subservient
relationship to Saudi Arabia and
other oil states.
As Thomas Lord pointed out in an
Op-Ed piece in the New York Times
(Feb. 11, 1980), Israeli development
advisors are currently working in
more than 20 African countries even
without diplomatic relations. Zaire
recently announced the resumption
of trade union links with Israel, a
development seen as a step toward
full diplomatic relations. Several
members of the Kenya Parliament
have advocated early resumption of
such relations with Israel. Kenya,
which broke off relations in 1973,
nevertheless continued its ties with
Israel it will be recalled that Kenya
was used as a base by Israel during its
rescue of the hostages in Entebbee,
Uganda in 1976. A Kenyan parlia-
mentarian, Abdaiiah Mwidau, has
recently addressed Jewish groups in
New York.


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New Journal
To Serve Soviet
Emigre Community
Members of (ireater Miami's Soviet den ish tmigrt
community recently received a grant from
Federation's Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies to
in lp start a new, monthly Russian languagi
magasine. Federation's Russian Resettlement
Program is also assisting in the mailing and
distribution of the new journal, which has a current
circulation of several hundred "i Dade am! llrou aril
counties. Shown standing is Leonid Fonarov, editor
of the new "RussianClub." With him or, 'tuff
members V. Shteyn deft land Una Murk man fright I
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[prison if conveniently arranged
bt covered beyond the first $100
ally Given todays high prices,
[$100 barely covers a few visits.
e josephsons, who came to
la with their life savings, saw
of that security eaten away in
josephsons first year home
i the hospital when she required
Ehiftof nursing care daily.
aides who work under the
|er Horizons program receive a
[prehensive training which
lies them to deal competently
the most common problems
which the elderly and disabled
gced.
addition to learning the
lames of personal care, aides are
itized to special needs through
ires on anger, use and misuse of
[s, death and dying, sexuality,
al neurological problems, and
'orientation.
Ithe beginning of the program,
lees attend a series of day long
Inars which encompass a num-
V topics. Day One includes topics
as sensitivity to the
abound, home care service, and
>nal care techniques. The next
aides are instructed in
behold management, com-
ity emergency service, and
lunity resources,
third day includes a lecture,
kipation and demonstration in
Tise of crutches, wheelchair and
walkers along with the techniques of
client transfer, body mechanics and
posture.
This is followed by a seminar on the
physical, social and emotional effects
of cardio-vascular accident (stroke),
signs and symptoms of impending
physical problems, diabetes,
nutrition, and other topics.
The intensive seminar program is
followed by 12 more detailed lec-
tures on similar topics during the
course of the year long program.
Mrs. Kramer said that many of the
women in the program joined after
deciding on the necessity of a career
change or after having been unem-
ployed for prolonged periods. At
least one of the graduates of the
program has gone on to study to
become a registered nurse, she
added.
Although clients like the
josephsons are not always aware of
the training involved before a home
health care aide is sent to them, they
are reassured that they are in capable
hands by periodic phone calls from
the Jewish vocational Service to see
that the visit is in order.
What impresses the Josephsons
most about Higher Horizons in ad-
dition to the quality of care is the at-
tention the aides pay to detail and
the genuine affection that has
developed in the short time their
aide has been working with them.
The professional care is wonder-
ful said Mrs. Johnson, but it s their
attitude and concern which has
helped add a little cheer to my life.

Adult Ed
Job Search Techniques
1-DAY SEMINAR: Wednesday, May 14-
10 a.m. to 12 Noon Michael-Ann Russell JCC.
NEWTOTHECOMMUNITY ..
KK 11WNING T( > THE JOB M A RKET
FRUSTRATED WITH JOB HUNTING
come and share your ideas and experience
with vour peers and an experienced pro-
fessional counsellor from Jewish
Vocational Service.
TOPICS INCLUDE:
Job Trends Where the Jobs Are
Applications
Resume Writing
FEE: $5 Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida Members
$7.50 NON-MEMBERS
(Offered in cooperation with Jewish
Vocational Services.)


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Holocaust Day 1980
David Schuciter. Miami industrialist and
philanthropist, and surviior of Ausehuitt,
liiichenuuld and Mauthausen coin, m
tamps, adtiressed an overflow audiena at
the Miami Beach Theater of thi /*. r/i rming
Arts on Sunday, April 13. at Holocaust Day
HUM) ceremonies. The event teas sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
with additional financial support from the
< it\ ol Miami Beach and Dade Count; The
ceremonies were keynoted with an address
by Arthur.! Goldberg, farmer United States
Supreme Court Justice and United States
Ambassador to the United Nations Anne-
Use (iustafsoti. Danish consul in Miami,
received the Highteous Gentile Auurd on
behalf of the Danish people and theii "/< in
saving the lues of that country's Jews
during World War II.
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Golf, Tennis and
Swimming too! .
...are on the agenda for the Greater Miami Jewis
Federation s upcoming Campaigners Recognition Day, setft
Monday, June 16, at the Doral Country Club, 4400 N.W. m
Avenue, Miami. J
All campaign solicitors who cover five or more pledge carj
for the 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency fuit
campaign will be invited for the day, along with all hi-w
Division chairmen.
Following the recreational activities, there will be a cocks
reception, dinner and awards presentation to reward trie'
forts of campaigners during the 1980 campaign ana
celebrateajob well done.
The theme for the event is Be a '10' for the Jewish con
munity, urging all campaigners to cover 10 pledge cards can
paigners Recognition Day chairman is Kenneth J senwan^
chairman of CMJFs worker Recruitment & Retention.
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