The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02677

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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THREE SECTIONS
Miami, Florida Friday. May 23, I960
By M,l M) Cwtl
Price 35 Cents

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JACKSON MEMORIAL
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weri ng wl,n
victimi "i gunshol wounds,
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drivers ysicians
simpi) died in comdors while
w.ining for i ;> ral room
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rooms *" working al full
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IU Sund black < buds ol
moke filled the
from buildings set on fire in the
northwest par) I the strs
,n\ Robbing and
out almost Bitnultaneou
\l.mg the I 96 I spn ss
north toward Broward Coui
there .i- anipet fire din i '
peaaing automobilea Snipers
aUn were shooting in the inner
ci
iding polios i
,t\ preventing fire fighters and
police from entering areas ol
Continued on Page 9 \
in Bonn
Blame 'Holocaust'
lor\co-\a/i Rise
B> DAVID KANTOR
I ITAI Interior
F*" Gerold Tandlsr of
[" heated con
hen he stated in
iKh that the screening of the
F*M television film
H West (iermany last
Aj largi Ij responsible for a
al" rise in neo-Nazi ac-
J randier presented that
in his annual report to the
"wW"n.ilh.Klvi-harged with
rr'"luiK|X'lii:ral extremism.
ributed neo-Nazism to
>mitiM. ,1,-nial of Nazi war
, "t glorification of the
number of ant.
Semitic incidents reported in
Havana in 1979 was 279 com
pared to 127 in the pre\ ions vear
On.-third ol tha incidents oc-
curred m Munich and Nurem-
berg, the Minister said However.
he obeerved that despite the
increase of violence and in
dtament, the influence ol the
extremist groups 00 the public
remains small.
JOACHIM BCHMOLCKE,
memU-r of the Social Democratic
Party opposition in the Bavarian
Slat.' Parliament, said Tandler s
claim that the Hohcauat film
caused an increase in nao-NMl
Continued from Page 8-A
U.S. Tries to Put
Autonomy on Rails
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASH INC TON -
I.IT AI The Foreign
Ministry of Egypt an
nounced that the autonomy
talks with Israel will not be
resumed The official
reason given was Egypt's
displeasure with an an-
nouncement in Jerusalem
: li.it the Knesset on first
reading had approved a hill
declaring united Jerusalem
the capita] of Israel and
m il h repressive measures"
Israel has taken against the
Palestinians
\ report here earl) Monday
indicated thai rJgypI ('resident
Vnwai Sadat has meanwhile aenl
l of rei ommendal nm- to
Israi Pril Minister
Mi n,ii hem Begin .is the basiaon
which lo resume the talks | (;,.
list reportedly was headed by the
future status ol Jerusalem,
followed by recommendations on
autonomj lor Arabs living in
.i and on the West Hank
so tar maintained
ence "ii the Sadal proposal)
PRESIDEN1 Sadal
pended the talks hist week
tuse ol lack of progress' bul
declared, in the course ol a tour
Continued on Page > A
In Jerusalem
'No Excuse 'for Break
In Talks, Begin Declares
JERUSALEM (JTAI Prime Minister
Menachem Begin said that there was no justification for
the Egyptian postponement of the autonomy talks He
described the move as an "extreme turn-about in the
Egyptian policy.'' He said that the Egyptians were
merely using the announcement in Jerusalem that the
Knesset had approved a hill declaring united .Jerusalem
the capital of Israel as an excuse for postponing the talks
"THERE WAS nothing new in this resolution, said
Begin "1 myself read a similar statement in the ears ol
President Sadat when I visited Alexandria last July."
Begin added that the autonomy negotiations should
continue, but this depends on the positive attitude of all
part icipants
INTERIOR MINISTER Yosef Burg. wh< the
Israeli committee to the autonomy talks, described the
Egyptian on-again-off-again position on the talks as
strange."
He added that this is a sign of instability" and
wondered whether It was connected with internal
problems or merely a way of exerting pressure on Israel
In Paris
France Split Over Need for Jewish
Lobby to Counter Pro-Arab
B) EDWIN FYTAN
PARIS UTA)
Prance's .lews are split over
the possibility or need to
create .1 Jewish pressure
lobby to try and influence
France's policy in the Mid-
dle East The organizers of
the Apr. 27 mass rally. "12
Hours for Israel." called for
the creation of such a group
stressing that the .Jewish
vote could be decisive in 40
parliamentary constituen-
cies, 10 of them in Paris
alone.
The meeting, organized
by a 32-yearold Jewish
lawyer, Henri Hadjenberg,
was attended by over
150,000 people, most of
them of North African
origin
Hadjenberg. who heads a
newly created organization.
Jewish Revival.' blamed the
community's current leaders for
timorous action and said that
Us traditional heads. the
Rothschild lamiU has taken us
on the road of political bank-
ruptcy He said .lews can form a
solid and unified 'Jewish vote"
and back the candidate most
favorable to Israel's own in-
terests
SINCE THE meeting, a
variety of Jewish organizations
and political personalities have
spoken out against the Revival's
proposals
Frances foremost Jewish
politician. Simons Veil, a former
Health Minister and currently
President of the European
Parliament. Stressed "there is no
Jewish vote in France Jews vote,
and will continue to do so. ac-
cording to their personal
preferences and ideologies Ms
Veil, who is widely respected by
all Jewish trends, was speaking
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Sm. Dante/ P. Moynihan (1) N. Y I addresses delegates to the American Jewish Congress
national biennial convention in Washington last week. With him on the dais are (left to right!
Phil Baum. associate executive director- Henry Siegman. executive director. Howard M
Squadron, president. Sen Moynihan told the American Jeuish Congress delegates that ,1
shift in military power toward the Soviet Union poses a dangerous threat to Israel 1 security
and .A merican prestige and influence around the world
Headlines
Nazi Run in Primary Disturbing
"Troubling." was the Ann Defamation League
ol B ri.ii H nth reaction i the near-nomination
.t a N.i/i leader running for Attorney (ieneral in
the North Carolina Republican primary
Commenting on th< I votes polled by
Harold Covington in last week primary. Justin
inger, director ol VDL's i"i\il flight -~
although it was likely that onlj a
V met
. terriblj wrong and
'. >iin^: le\
ition that
i) which
igainat Km
ngi
a irdi in deal I m a shi
all in Cln lina H< is the
ink Collin. former h.
inalist Pai is recentlj
a moral- charge
I'hi tore-km- ol infants circumsised under
-ti law will be used as a tissui iltun for the
mass production ol Interferon anti-cancer vac
'.. Weizman Institute ol Science. huh
;> now the major obstacle lot he mass production ol
Interf biological derivative discover!
which attacks viru My those
known to >< associated with <
he hi^rt ; it trom human
ii culture- It meant thai a course ol Inter
iherap) could work out a- hi^;h as -
result n was largeU o>nfinei to expert
mental treatn*-nt
-Kin- tor lnterteron cull
pioneered b) the Weizman Institute's Pro!
and hi- assistants, l)r Dalia
n Kotman and Louise Hen. will go into
production in I-rae! on June the Institute
announo
When the Kichmann trial wa- held in
.leru-alem in 1981. there wa- no teie\ision in
and no facilities to film it The Israeli
government reached an agreement with an Amer
aa companj Capital Cities, to film the trial The
I was made on videotape, and after every
weaion an edited version wa- sent by air to TV
-lation- around the world
When the four month trial ended. Capital Cities
kept a set of the edited highlights in New York.
and further tapes were retained by the Israeli
police, who later passed, them on to the Israel
Stale Archives. After a few years. Capital Cities
gave their copy to the Ann-Defamation League of
B'nai B nth There they were shown in 1970 to
Dr. Geoffrey Wigoder. director of the Hebrew
I mversity s Rad Jewish Film Archive When he
explained that one of the major objects of this
Archive was to save and preserve films of Jewish
historical interest, they were presented by the
ADL to the Archive and transferred to
Jerusalem.
Dr Abraham Katah, the educator and
author. Veshiva Univeraitj Mor
Ben David \ward for exemplary service to
the ; lewiah community at the
I niversit> 19th annual commencement June 12,
l>r Normal annouw
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cultun \. a > rl
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\ u-am ol IVI \\ i\ Universit) scientists
d b) Prol \r Braunslein h
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whu h an rcent cheaper I ban con
portabli units The unit
valuable both tor militan and private use ii
nventional power is unava
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for heavily-cloud) days I h. lai peam pack
a -witch wh the charging of the
batter) and the ft urer
Frank Lautcnberg, chairman of the Itoard of
Automatic Data Processing Inc of the I'nited
State- ha- been I the Board of Directors
of Bank I.eumi I.e-I-rae! Ltd Israel's largest
financial group al the annual general meeting of
the bank rg was the founder
of ADP, w ith headquarter- in Clifton N ,J one of
the world s largest companies in us field
I-autenber>; V who serves as Commissioner of
the New York Port \uthonty. was president of
the I'nited Jewish Appeal, and is currently a
member of the Board of Directors of the Council
of Jewish Federations in New York Cit)
As president emeritus of the American Friends
of the Hebrew Universit). he is a noted
lienefactor of acsHemic and scientific research
institutes in Israel.
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national identieia Kovadlofl
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completion ol an in> st igation
now iimii-r*.i> I he building
st r\ ed as West Coast
headquarters ol the Chal
l.uhavitcher movement
ACCORDING ID Ronald
Solomon managing editor, one ol
the \ iclims was a l year-old
tudent from Beverlj Hills,
another was .i recent!) arrived
immigrant from the Soviet I nion
in his mid twenties and the third
w.is .i i. year old hands man I he
names ol the dead were not
announced, pending ition
ot next ol Wir-.
["he first atarted at ap
proximatel) l >" I"- Vngeles
tmn- reportedl) in th bast it* nt
and spread through the stair
Wills
the Latin Americans recognition
ol their dependence on \rab oil
and their willingness t,,
change foreign polio to lessen u
Kovadlofl quotes a Latin
\mem an di| calling t his
iliplomat ic pragm i
although it is hard to see, he
argues, how it has paid off for the
Lai i Ai tes in redu
nil bills
[frazil i I'N Sergio
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voti he I'N Iiem
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,md a counterweight to what
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Understanding the Refugee
Kb Jews, we are perhaps more aware of the
meaning of the word, "refugee.*- than most other
peoples in western civilization. We have been
refugees, at one time or another, for thousands of
years. And even when we were not. our permanent
homes, wherever we chose to make them, which often
meant wherever we were permitted to make them.
took on the psychological set of a wayside inn.
History has repeatedly taught us to be prepared
to be plundered and have to pass on.
With this ancient and sophisticated relationship
to the status of refugee that is a part of our very
fiber, we understand in the best way possible, in the
gut sense, the plight of the new wave of Cubans who
seek refuge in the United States, more specifically
South Florida, from the oppression of the Castro
regime.
To seek freedom in America is a tradition since
the founding of the nation, indeed since the founding
of the colonies a century and a half before that.
The Need for Law
No people in our recent history has been
welcomed with more widely opened arms, more
assistance and encouragement in the emigration
process than the Cuban people. Even today, when
the ragtag flotilla of boats continues to bring
refugees to South Florida in desperate contravention
of the national rules and regulations being hammered
out in Washington, not to stem their tide but to
control it so that their emigration is in accordance
with American law and not Castro's meddling, once
they are here the Cubans are welcomed.
We raise this issue in our columns as an
American issue, not a specifically sectarian Jewish
issue. Most of the Jews who wanted to leave Cuba
did so long ago. beginning in the first great wave of
refugees in the mid-1960s. There are few Jews in
Cuba today, and their number among the newest
wave of emig. s is surely miniscule.
We raise this issue because the emigration
process from Mariel itself, not the luckless Cubans
seeking to leave there, frustrates American law and
overheats the social machinery of the South Florida
community, where the new arrivals want almost
uniformly to make their home.
Those who oppose the influx of Cubans on an
ethnic basis are a separate problem in
unAmericanism.
The focus of the problem is Fidel Castro himself,
whose manipulative methods trading on the tragedy
of Cuban refugees have encouraged the flouting of
American law. It is against this mischievousness
that we object. It is to be hoped that all Americans,
including Cuban Americans, object to this, as v. .1.
Stilling the Violence
The violence that tore Miami apart last weekend
and early into this week can be understood but not
countenanced.
The Arthur McDuffie verdict seems impossible
on its face. Someone must have murdered him;
surely, he did not murder himself.
Clearly what is needed is a deep-seated overhaul
of our system of justice that gave rise to this
miscarriage of the law. What is needed is a more
careful screening of candidates who present them-
selves for the position of police officer. With greater
attention to this. McDuffie might not have been
killed.
We observe with admiration the way in which
the Community Relations Board of Dade County
went into action over the weekend in an effort to help
stem the tide of violence.
In these activities, the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association has also played a role, and the
organization's statement, along with those of other
responsible organizations and leaders, is one that
ought to be heeded.
Perhaps most empathic of all were the words of
Arthur Duffie's own griefstricken mother on Miami
television, who pleaded with the rioters to 'cut it
out."" Needed, she said, is "God in us." Her son, she
declared, would still be living and working in the
community today were "God in us."
We agree. It is a good basis on which to move
forward to reunite the strife-torn Miami community
and to rectify the wrongs that gave rise to the
McDuffie tragedy in the first place.
.iy
Nightmare of McDuffie Verdict
IF THE Arthur McDuffie cast-
has not been a national >..
. up until now. n rani) will
be in the woakl and months
ahead.
I was satisfied with the Johnny
Jones decision in Miami, the CAM
declaring the former Dade
founts school superintendent
guilty of lining his own pocket-
to the tune of gold plumbing for
his Napes. Fla vacation home.
I AM NOT satisfied with the
McDuffie decision. In fact. I am
incensed by it. and those who
judged that a change of venue
was necessary if the policemen
involved were to get a fair
hearing on the charge that they
had beaten a Black man to death
in the process of arresting him
must now live with the thought
that what they really
encouraged in Tampa was an
unfair hearing, an acquittal by a
community that would not have
to bear either the moral con-
sequences or the violent social
realities of the fall-out that the
acquittal has already given rise
to.
BJBJBJ
Leo
Mindlin
Hut both cases. McDuffie and
Jones, are part of the process of
trial by jury If I acknowledge
that trial by jury is a just and
indispensible building block in
the American juridical process,
then it is unreasonable to con-
clude that the process worked in
one case and not in the other
It can not be. I must conclude,
that truth has triumphed in one
instance and been brutalized and
subverted in the other
THE TROUBLE is that what
is involved here are personal
predilections I have given myself
the privilege of sitting in on both
cases as an uninvited juror I
"me MARATHON
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accept the Jon,.
corrad tuvause I ,.-... ( ..
and the McDuffie
insult to human
becauM I diaagre
By definition, .
elusions an mj pei
Bui thepoinl it thai V;
pp. upon personal opinion
the human falUbifit}
well as my own
If 1 accept tin own hur
fallibility. I must
human falbhilits 0| lltk-
Right'
Wrong For one thing i nnJ
difficult to believe that | ,
incapable of arriving it sour
objective conclusions based ut
verifiable evident. On :heoik
hand. 1 do not trust thisi-apac*
for objectivity in others
IN FACT, it is tub),
expect in others, while at J
same time I am blind to precuJ
the same subjectivity m me fJ
example, on the basis,>t theeng
as an all-white Panhandle jun
conclude there could not possibh
have been a just verdict in ta
Arthur McDuffie case, at
means guilty
After all. McDuffie did
beat hims,-tf to death Sor___
must have done it to him namrli
the police who arrested him
Now "subjectivity' >mother
is a polite word Prejudice |L
others I would be more to the
point To be prejudiced meani
what it says, to prejudge withoutl
regard to verifiable evidence 1*1
this what occurred in Tampa''
I think so. although that is i|
prejudiced conclusion in itself
which is to say there is no]
verifiable evidence to |ustif) the|
conclusion
WHAT IT comes down to is
that the jur> \ *U n j
trial, not Johnnv Jones ir \rthur
McDuffie or Patricia li'
IWn l.an.e or anyom lot
jury trial system is on trial|
becauaa oi repeat* image*
of justice over the years based
upon influence and
degradation and des|
The jurv t rial s\ si i
one sasential etemei
of goodwill In all of tl
Continued on l'ag>- MA
Private Club Bias Won't Go Away
Say a fellow belongs to a
private club that won't admit
Jews, blacks. Haitians, and
Jehovah's Witnesses Then MJ
the same fallow, when tax return
time rolls around, claims
exemption for the $25 or $50 or
$500 he paid in dues Does the
private club still have the all
clear signal'1
If 28 of New York City s 43-
member City Council have their
way. the answer may be no."
and all-clear will turn to
murky' For the (lot ham
council people have designed a
proposed ordinance under which
the private club would have to
answer to the law if more than 20
percent of its members deducted
their club dues as business ex-
penses on their tax returns The
prime argument is that lots of
business is transacted at the
private clubs along the bar.
across the bridge table, in the
handball court, etc. making
the tax exemption a no-no
That's one ingenious, new
approach to the irksome problem
of private club discrimination.
HERE'S ANOTHER: The
Office of Federal Contracts
Compliance programs is out to
prohibit companies with federal
contracts of more than $10,000
from paying membership fees for
employes who belong to clubs
that discriminate This proposal,
if formalized, might affect as
clusivelv tor men
effect
Robert
Segal
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many as 600.000 companies
It's too early, much too early.
to tell whether any such ap-
proaches will be a potent factor in
shaking discriminatory practices
out of private clubs Hut now
that a maiontv grout) that is.
America's females, is deeply
meshed into the workaday world
and climbing higher in the
executive suite pressure by the
ladies to gain admission to
private clubs heretofore ex
some change in hv laws
iKememlier when the ton
necticut Liquor Control Com-
mission voted to revoke the
liquor license of Mor) S after
women demanded entree' The
tables down there have never
been the same since that assault
on an all-male domain'
Many don t know or have
forgotten, that the I S Chi
Rights Law of 1%4 pmhibiU
federal financial aid W
organizations discriminating by
race, color, or nation,i origin.
r.ver since that break [.rough
antidiscrimination I ***
placed on the books r,,:n efforts ,
have lieen made to make private
clubs toe the line
ALL SUCH undertaking!
Continued on Page I- A
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U.S. Tries to Revive Autonomy Talks
Continued from Page 1 A
hour speech to the Egyptian
parliament, that he had decided,
on the basis of a telephone
conversation with President
Carter Tuesday to resume the
talks at an early date. Sadat said
he would announce the date of
the resumed talks Instead, the
Foreign Ministry statement
followed.
The State Department, visibly
irked by the Egyptians on-again-
off-again tactics on the West
Bank-Gaza autonomy
negotiations, said it would take
up with the Egyptians on an
urgent basis the meaning of the
announcement in Cairo.
However, the State Department
cautioned not to consider the
situation critical.
We are going to attack the
problem urgently, but I don't
want by any means to lead you to
believe this is a matter of crisis
proportion,'" Department
spokesman Tom Reston said He
7 understand a draft of a
restatement of policy ion
Jerusalem I has been sub-
mitted by a Knesset
member, and it has been
referred to a committee of
the Knesset.' Reston said
'This statement of the
position of the status of
Jerusalem has been put
forward by a member of an
opposition party a party
not part of the government
recalled that Sadat 'had
assured' Carter in his telephone
conversation that the "talks
could get underway after their
temporary suspension very
soon."
RESTON ADDED that what
we want to do is to have a chance
to talk with the Egyptians on
what lies behind the Foreign
Ministry announcement. We
hope we can resolve the matter."
Reston said he was not aware in
advance of the Foreign
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Reston said that the State
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McHenry Suffers Prestige Setback
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j^jM Security Council
H^iluinT condemning Israel
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at ion a nil
source! confirm
i been named
l hariea W illiam
Mtynwu \-- -t.mt Secretary oi
I ntt rnat mnal
Qrgtui Maynea i- leaving
fa si rtmenl to becom
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ACCORDING l<>
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first orientation and hi- other
foreign polic) viewa w<
regarded bj top White House
and State Department
policymakers aa very aimilar to
ihost id McHenry, Maynea and
former UN Ambassador Andrew
"Ioung
W hiii was needi >ne inside
source said. was someone who
would approai h tiu IN dil
ferenU) so thai President < arter
ami Vance might avoid similar
embaiTassmenta in the future
In the Senate, Md all has been
an ai iim supporter ol foreign aid
programs to Israel According to
his Senate colleagues, he la well
liked and effect i\ i Pro Isi u
Senators and staffers
unanimousl} praised the ap
potntmeM which still must be
confirmed by the Foreign
ReJationa Committee and the lull
Senate No i ipposit ion ia i i
pet ted
MCCALL8 APPOINT
MENT. which clearly
represents setback tor
\1c I It nr\ ha- |r(j t,> some
speculation alread) about how
the twn men might work together
in the months ahead
I In AM all \ ictor> i omea i in
the heels ol President (arter
naming Alfred Moses as the chiel
W hite I In to t he
A merit an Jew isl n munity
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WITH I HE bitter memor i
the I N fiaaco still fresh in their
minds top l s officials con
eluded that someone like McCall
preferable to Pel ree
Mi 1 li-nr\ presl ige
suffered when he urged tru s'
I lepartment to vote in favor of an
earl) hardline I unisian di
lul H us .i! I he Sei urit> ( ouiu il
condemning Israeli involvement
in southern Lebanon McHenry
was aharply overruled b)
Washington and instructed to
inform Securit) Council members
that the I nitett States would
veto thai resolution as it initially
\- .i result I unisia ami other
''.n kers ol the measure agreed to
soften simie sections enough to
lustify, in Washington's view, a
1 S abstention The Resolution
waa appro\ ed bj a voteol 12-to-O
on Apr 2A In addition to the
1 nited states, the So\ iet I nion
and last German) abstained
I ..use ol their longstanding
opposition to the entire concept
oi the I N Interim hone in
inon
Bj YITZHAK RAB1
I NITED NATIONS UTA)
An intensive camimign by
Israel, which was aided by the
I nited States Holland. Norwa)
Britain, Nigeria and ganda, to
lude an snti Israel document
from the World Conference ol the
( N Decade tor Women in
Copenhagen next July, failed
hen- las) week
Ambassador Ovadia Soffer,
head ol the International
Organization Division ol the
Uraei Foreign Ministry, told the
Jewish 1 in graphic Agency in a
special interview that he came
here from Israel in an effort to
have the Preparatory Committee
tor the Women i iConference
reject a request b) the Palestine
Liberation Organization to in
elude m the conference anti-
Zionist measure- linking the
treatment ol Palestinian women
by Israel with apartheid.
HE SAID that he struggled
here tor tour days' last week to
thwart the PLO efforts hut to
no avail The PLO is running
the show at the IN. and despite
the support we received from the
l s and some West European
countries, we could not defeat
them. Soffer said
According tO Suffer. who
represented Israel at the I N for a
tew years prior to assuming his
new post in Jerusalem, the
Preparatory Committee accepted
,. request by the PLO to include
in the Copenhagen conference
two documents adopted by the
I onomic Commission for
Western Asia IECW AI an
anti Israel bod) thai w i apted
the PLO aa a member bul refuaed
to accept Israel last December
One document, Soffer said,
calls tor measures to assist
Palestinian women The other
ECWA dot umenl calls tor a new
re\ lew ol the political situation
ol the Palestinian women
No l IN<; THAT the in
ternational conference in
Copenhagen is an extremely
important conclave that will he
attended by such notables as
Alizs Hegin. Jihan Sadat and
Roaalynn Carter. Soffer warned
that unless the Western world
will mount a meaningful op
position to the politicization ol
the Copenhagen conference il will
play into the hands of the PLO.
which will drag it into the
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AJComm. Leader Views 80s
Gold Predicts What's Ahead for U.S. Jews
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Bertram Gold, executive vice
president of the American Jewish
Committee, declared that the
American Jewish community
must be prepared to meet new
realities in the future, a future
that will be beset "by conflict,
confusion and contradiction."
Delivering an address to the
74th annual meeting of the
AJCommittee at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel. Gold said,
however, that despite the
prospects for a bleak future "we
must retain a vision of a hopeful
future For without such a vision,
there can be no meaning to the
Holocaust that destroyed six
million of us. nor the Jewish
State which arose out of the
ashes."
NOTING THAT the future of
the American Jewish community
is closely related and intertwined
with the international situation
as well as the internal American
scene. Gold said American Jews
should speak out on foreign
policy issues.
He stated: "I am not ad-
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Neo Nazis?
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activities was s "monstrosity."
Whoever tries to explain the
phenomenon in such s manner is
in fact trying to veil the real
reasons, he charged.
Hoiocaust was screened on
national television in January,
1979 and according to polls had a
dramatic influence on the
estimated 25 million viewers. But
while the film ended West
Germans' silence end indifference
toward the Nazi persecution of
Jews, later polls showed that the
effects quickly wore off.
vocating that we become in-
volved in every American foreign
policy issue. There are some
matters, however, such as the
nature of our defense budget,
which, whether we like it or not,
will have to become a subject of
our concern."
Gold, underscoring the priority
of Israel's survival on the
American Jewish agenda,
pointed out that "we have always
known that this survival
depended on America's un-
stinting support. But what good
is such support if the United
States has neither the power nor
resolve to commit itself?"
HE ADDED: "How then, we
must ask ourselves, can the
American Jewish community
avoid coming to grips with the
larger issues of American foreign
policy? How can we not be
concerned with America's
credibility and strength?"
Gold stressed that the recent
developments in Iran and the
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
"made many people realize that,
contrary to what our State
Department has been saying, the
Arab-Israeli conflict, important
as it is, is not the central issue in
the Middle East, nor would the
creation of s Palestinian state
make possible an 'Islamic
Alliance' that will keep the
Soviets out of the Persian Gulf."
A strong, dependable Israel is
vital to American efforts to keep
the Persian Gulf from becoming
"a Soviet lake." Gold claimed,
adding: "It is this reality that we
must continue to stress to every
American Administration."
THE NEW realities facing
American society in the 80s will
have a profound affect on the
Jewish community. Gold said.
Demographic changes, new social
and economic developments in
Amehcs will create new realities
and force changes in the life of
American Jews, the AJCom-
mittee official predicted.
He said that "with a larger
working population, an increase
in minorities, and possibly a
diminishing economy, we are
bound to see increased com-
petition for jobs and a resultant
increase in intergroup tensions."
Gold noted that the trend
among the well educated and
prosperous to return to live in the
cities will create a situation in
which cities will be occupied by
two rinses the affluent
whites, of whkh many are Jews,
and the poor, mostly Black and
Hispanic. This situation raises
the question whether the cities
can offer peace and stability.
Gold said. "The answer to this
question is vitally important to
us," he stressed.
HE POINTED to five
demographic factors which "are
fraught with implications' for
the Jewish community: "fer-
tility, intermarriage, dispersion,
the age-bulge, and immigration."
Focusing on these factors. Gold
declared:
"If we want the Jewish
community to continue, we must
strengthen the Jewish family and
advocate social policies that
encourage childbirth in families
in which both parents work. More
day care centers and ex-
perimentation with flex time and
job sharing arrangements which
would make it possible for
working men and women to share
the responsibilities of parenting
are social policies of special
importance to us."
Other challenges facing the
Jewish community are the needs
of the aged and newly arrived
immigrants in the United States.
Gold said. "We will need to think
in terms of outreach programs to
the new Jewish immigrants
Russian. Israeli. Iranian now
in this country," hs stated.
GOLD CONCLUDED his
remarks on the issue of the "pies
for Jewish'unity' "which he said
"is heard most often in the at-
tempt to discourage public
criticism of Israeli policies." He
declared:
"It is one thing for an in-
dividual or Jewish organization
to refrain from public criticism of
one or another Israeli policy in
the belief that it might be harm-
ful to Israel, or because of an
understanding of the internal
constraints that have resulted in
the formulation of a particular
policy. I can understand and
commend such responsible
behavior and restraint. It is quite
another matter, however, to
refrain from taking positions for
the sake of so-called Jewish
unity.' A unity that cannot
tolerate difference is a unity not
worth maintaining."
AppealFor
Soviet Jews
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) Four
members of the Italian Senate,
including Umberto Terracini of
the Communist Party, were the
first to put their signatures on an
appeal on behalf of Soviet Jews
and their right to emigrate The
other legislators are Giovanni
Spadolini, Leo Valiant and Bruno
Visentini- The appeal stated:
"We have learned from highly
reliable sources that the already
difficult situation of Jews within
the Soviet Union, and in par
ticular of those awaiting per
mission to emigrate, has wor
sened. People who were waiting
to receive visas .were again
refused. "
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Bring Rioting
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Miami where arsonists
unrefcevedlv at work.
The Metro Community
Relations Board met in
anerfem-> session Sunday in an
effort 10 ralm the angry rioters
Local leaders elected to go into
besieged areas of the community
m order to confront thoee
; fomenting the violence
SIMA LTANEOUSLY. thee*
as an announcement that
federal authuntiea would convene
a Federal Grand Jury for pur
posts of examining the evidence
used in the McDuffie case in
Tampa with an eye toward
establishing that the Tampa
verdict had violated McDuffie a
cimI rights
The Attorney General could
conceivably indict the four
policemen found innocent of the
charges against them on new
,-harps of civd rights violation
Maximum sentences can run as
higheslife
News of the government move
did not appear to do much to atop
the rioting, burning and looting
, despite the arrival here of upward
of 1.000 National Guardsmen to
beef up the police force.
BLACKS LEADERS, in
eluding termer U S Ambassador
Andrew Young, meanwhile
arrived in Miami to join com-
munit) efforts to calm the storm.
Arthur McDuffies mother ap-
peared over Miami television and
pleaded with the rioters to "cut it
out
Needed, she said, is "God in
uj and not violence. It wee
because of the absence of "God in
ui Mrs McDuffie aaid. that her
*>n was murdered.
As of press time, no Jewish
facilities reported any violence to
thrm The Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami.
which baa been meeting with the
l-ommunity Relations Board.
'ued 4 statement regarding the
unrest Rabbi Mayer
civil
Abramowitz. of Temple
Menorah. president of the
Association, and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
Chaplaincy, declared
"THE RABBINICAL
Association of Greater Miami
shares in the shock and disap-
pointment of the Black com-
munity in the results of the
McDuffie trial We cannot
condone, however, the taking of
innocent lives and the
destruction of property being
perpetrated in our community
We appeal to the community to
refrain from continued lawless
acts and to use every effort to
rectify wrong doing through the
justice system Lawless acts can
only lead to chaos and anarchy
"We applaud the efforts under
way be the federal justice
authorities to investigate the
alleged criminal acts which
resulted in McDuffie s death and
hope that justice will be done in
this matter *'
The Anti Defamation League
of B'nai B'nth said:
"WE WELCOME the news
that the U.S. Attorney will
present to a Federal Grand Jury
the evidence in the McDuffie case
to determine if there has been a
violation of Federal law We trust
that the Attorney General will
act in a timely and forthright
manner
"We condemn the violence and
destruction which has been in-
flicted upon our community for
which there can be no excuse We
applaud community leaders with
whom we have joined in seeking
to calm the current situation.
"WE BELIEVE it important
indeed critical that every citizen
in Dade County be
aware of the dangerous nature of
rumors and unverified in
formation relating to the civil
disturbances and to the
inevitable community relations
tensions which will linger in their
aftermath "
AJComnu Elects Officers

a*P YORK Maynard I
ishm-r of Chicago, attorney and
"nance expert, was elected 18th
national president of the
American Jewish Committee at
tr- 'TKamzation's 74th annual
m^;ng at the Waldorf-Astoria
here,
VVishnaf succeeds Richard
ol White Plains. NY..
lo served three years in the
tial post, and who was
honorary president
UJJO ELECTED to top
nth* \,,,.., | ,.. i,..,,
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York churn the
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Wetnatocli of Larchi
' chairman ol the M..Uri il
Trustees
Robert L Poll of Scarsdale.
NY. was elected treasurer;
Elaine I'etschek of Scarsdale.
NY. was elected associate
treasurer, and Mervin H.
Riseman of New York City was
elected secretary
\\i>hner. who is Immediate
past chairman ol \.JC Board of
Governor* Kaa served the
organization in variet) ol top
Lerahip poata over the course
ol man) years He ha- been
i.il
utive I
the
ID HAS
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lite ol t hicago,
Of
in accordance with the B, Laws o< the Onjin Uumi Jewish Federation the Nominating Committee II pleased o
pi. \. ni the following slate ot nominations ana appointments of Officers Directors Trustee! and Advisory Council
Tcmbcrs at trie Annual Meeting ol the General Assembly Wednesday June at 10 pm al the Carillon Hotel B01
Collins Aenue Miami Beach
Additional nominations lor an. ol the foregoing may be presented to the Secretary ol Federation by petition ol Any
twenty ti.e members in good standing no less than live days prior to the Annual Meeting ol the General Assembly
Nominations shall not be made Irom the floor at the General Assembly or membership meeting
PRESIOENT
IMMEOIATE PAST PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIOENT
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HARRY A LEVY
1 JULESARKIN
SAMUEL I AOLER
MRS SOL GOLDSTEIN
ARTHUR HOROWITZ
MELVIN KARTZMER
NORMAN H LIPOFF
SECRETARY
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MRS HARRY S SMITH
DONALD E LEFTON
MRS AARON PARR
JOEL LEVY
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GEORGE FELOENKREIS
MARTIN FINE
STANLEY GILBERT
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JONATHAN X i SI AK
CAL KOVENS
STEVEN J KRAVITZ
AARON PODHURST
MRS NORMAN ROBBINS
BARRY BOSS
MRS KENNETH SCHWARTZ
EDWARD SHAPIRO
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THEOOORE BAUMRITTER
MRS MORRIS FUTERNICK
GARY GERSON
JOSEPH KANTER
LEONAROMILLER
IRVING NORR Y
FORRESTRAFFEL
OAVIDSCHAECTER
BARRY SCHREIBER
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MRS MIKESUMBERG
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COLLEGE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE OAVIOFEOER
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MRS SAMUEL I AOLER
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RABBI HERBERT M BAUMGARO
JACK BELLOCK
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PETER BERMONT
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MAIVINM COOPER
JOEL B DENNIS M O.
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HAROLD F ESSIG
MRS OONALD FELDMAN
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MALCOLM H FROMBERG
MORRIS FUTERNICK
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MRS MERTONM GETTIS
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MARC HAUSER
MRS CHARLCSH MELD
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JERRY B ISAN
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MRS MELVINL KARTZMER
MRS JACKKATZMAN
ALAN J KLUOER
RAFAELKRAVEC
JEFFREY LEFCOURT
MRS OONALDE LEFTON
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MRS FRAN LEVEY
MRW.MARRY A LEW
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Susan Panoff
Former Foreign Service
Agent WritesNovel
On Terror Tactics
Menten Goes on Trial Again
Five Minutes to Midnight By
Sabi H. Shabtai New York:
Delarorte Pres*. 377 pp.. $9.95
SHABTAI, a :<8 year-old Is
raeli. is a former member of the
Israeli torvign service, and a con
sultant on international terrorism
for the United States Armed
Forces As a Fellow of the Adlai
Stevenson Institute of Inter-
national Affairs in Chicago, he
specialized in problems of
violence and international ter-
rorism In a recent interview in
Miami. Shabtai claimed that the
United States made its first
mistake in the Iranian hostage
crisis b> publicly placing priority
on the lives of the captives in-
stead of its national interests
It is well known that the
Israeli attitude is firmly opp>
U) 9U< h a tactic Thus the author
Utilize* this mural dilemma and
his bi >ad knowledgeol terrorism
to fa si ii 'ti a n adv enl ure nov el
Israeli reveals himself m
his characterize!ion ol the hero oi
/ I )r
Sam Sartain I hen is a. good deal
of braggadocio in those early
descriptions ol his physical and
men! ibililies >nce '-
the -elf-adulation. Shabtai
slow\\ develops hi- si,
SARI UN. .,;<. expert on
guerrilla warfare and terrorism,
has written a book about a tei
rorist hijacking and rescue which
comes true in the form of the raid
on Entebbe He begins a second
book with the more terrifying
possibility ol terrorists with
-s to nuclear weapons This
concept ecomee n ilitj tor
the |jo - up with a (I \
chiel and a gorgeous Isi
: I rlos the
mastermind the
Munii h < l> mpics attack Vlso
known as the Jackal, u is Carlos,
the world s most dangerous ter-
rorist, who plots the varied
larios which lead to the
ultimate climax.
Indeed there is enough sax,
violence, torture, intrigue and
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international (read Israelil dis-
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satisfy the addict Shabtai's
novel drags and lurches There
are many things going on at once,
but not enough to force the
reader to go back a chapter or
two to piece things together. The
reader is never deliriously over-
whelmed by events moving so
fast he has to stop to catch his
breath.
WORST OF all. this reviewer
guessed the identity of the double
agent before it was revealed in
the story And that never
happens It is not spoiling the
end to explain that Carlos, the
evil mastermind, does not get
caught. That fearful possibility is
conveniently eliminated. Too
bad.
Carlos is simply more clever in
his archvillainy than all of the
allied secret agents and pro
lessors put together And the
ending Such a silly and obvious
wav tor t h- author to let us know
that Carlos is out there ahead)
lonniv ing to strike again
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA)
The second trial of Pk
Menten. whose first conviction
and sentence on war crime-
charges was quashed by the
Supreme Court in 1978, Opened in
a Rotterdam district court
Witnesses from Israel, Poland
the Soviet Union and the United
Slates are expected to testitv
against him
Menten s new trial is the
culmination ol two years of
tortuous legal maneuverings by
the defense and prosecution in
which rulings by one court wen
overturned by another But the
sn war old millionaire Dutch
born are dealer who served with
the \.i/i SS during World War II
still stands accused of mass
murders, mostly ot .lews, m
Podhorodze village in the
Lemberg district of Poland in
July, 1941
AN AMSTERDAM district
court found him guilty on that
charge m December, 1977 and
sentenced him to i"> years im-
prisonment He was acquitted of
charges ol mass murder in I rvc/
village Although the court
considered his guilt probable,
there was insufficient evidence
lor com ut ion
Mint en appealed to the
Supreme Court which threw out
the \msterdam verdict and
T>ve A- |
referred t he case to The Hague
district court The latter ruled
that Menten could not be
prosecuted because of immunity
allegedl) granted him in 1963 by
the then Minister of Justice.
since deceased The public
prosecutor appealed in turn to
the Supreme Court which then
referred the case to the Rot
lerdam court
Menten produced medical
evidence that h' was mentallv
unfit to stand trial This was
upheld b) S vol. Ol -' 1 bv a
special panel of doctors
BUT THE Rotterdam court
subsequent!) overruled that
finding Menten has Im-n under
house arrest for the past two
years at his country vflli His
original lawyer, Louie van
Heyningen, has resigned ami the
court appointed a new defense
attorney, Eduard Boehl The
public prosecutor, Leo Meyers.
has ,.i
expert
M bom
trial
|d 13 wit nesses and three
witnesses, all but one of
had testified al the first
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lobby to Counter Pro-Arab Forces
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a letter to Lt Montu,
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staiir* 'hat ;bavmK
iattnd si the (Apr. 271
. d,Vs not mean that we
-all thai hoi boon said.
who chairs the Pans Con-
added W wish to
once .gain that we are
gying to influence the
i cnoK, oi our members
L w respect their various
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apha- Kgoncy'l Wg
Bulletin also severely
I the meetings organizer*.
knah R) wval and its chair
fih. edil rial was signed
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traditional leadership which the)
think is ah) scared and super
ficial
HadjenlM-rg U>ld the Apr J7
rally that the | French I author
iim"- deapiae our repreaenl stives
and implied I hat the) don t
deserve anything better because
of their timid approach Several
memlH-rs ol the Kothschild
family, including Huron Alain da
RothachUd, preaident of the Rap
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unmoving and impassive on Lhi
dais while Hadjenberg -iK.kt-
1 he quarrel be! ween the
traditmn.il establishment and the
communit) younger and prob-
abl) more dynamic element-- has
been simmering tor BOOM time
The traditional leaders generally
believe that there can be no such
tiling as a Jewish vote or even a
Jewish pressure group in France
Europe's Pro-Arab
Stance Disturbing
WASHINGTON
(JTA) Sen. Frank
Church (I) Idaho), chair-
man of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, said
thai it was "disturbing"
that "some European
nations have flirted with
recognizing the Palestine
Liberation >rganization
.ind changing < Na
lions Resoiuti< n
But hi

I hi R( || VDDRI SSI "
Ion.
,m continues aga
the IMA) is naive
bleu li encourages them to
believe that intransigence will
beget conceaaionj It deprecatas
the vital security interests that
Israel seeks SO earnestly to
protect
CHURCH ALSO said Mis
conceptions have developed over
. ol Israeli settlements in
: territories The fact
thai on!) 6.000 Israelis live on
Rank belies the
thai Israel seeks to
\< in sidents Man) ol
ablished
Labor government a
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Aith th.
\l i HOI <-H '"'' W8J
. d, Church said.
lution apparent!) was
l,M, [H.n witl favor by those
who helievi that onl) Israel
,:i,|s in the wa) ol a closer
al|, .wen the I S and the
Vrah world
and that the community should
stick to trying to make its views
known, at the highest possible
level, through its national rep
resi nl al ivea
I IIF VOl NGER groups, such
..- Jewish Revival, believe that
lnce s Tim.imm. Jews, including
eon OO voters i an become
B potential political force and
recall that President Yalerv
Giscard d Estaing won his
election b) just 400.000 votes
i.ver the Socialist contender
Francois Mitterand Whoever ia
right. the problem is that
France's opposition is not more
pro Israeli than the current
administration
TWO men are currently vying
lor the Socialist nomination for
next years Presidential elec-
tions Mitterand and Michel
Rocard Rocard has openly
spoken out on numerous oc-
casiona in favor of a Palestinian
state Mitterand has been far
more careful but has steered, in a
diplomatic way. a similar course.
He was the first French
prominent personality to meet as
far hack as 1972 with Palestine
Liberation Organization leader
Yasir Arafat the other op-
poaition party, the Communists,
openly espouse the PLO case and
follow a line close to Moscow. |
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majorit) parties the other
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contender for the nomination is
Paris Mayor and (Jaullist leader
Jacques Chirac Although C hi
has a number ol Jewish advisers
and generall) pledges his friend-
ship and sympathy for Israel and
Us cause, as French Prim.
Minister he conducted a Strong
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Franco Iraqi nuclear cooperation
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cording to most experts, enabling
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weapons
Public opinion pollfl specialist
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last issue of the French Jewish
weekly. Tribunt Juive, also
stresses that in France, unlike
th.' I nited States, the Presiden-
tial elections are held nationwide
and not by state as in America
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diminishes the importance of the
Jewish vote, even if it were to
exist, as it finally represents
about one percent of the total
electorate and cannot make its
influence felt, except at a local
level where foreign affairs play no
role, in a general countrywide
consultation
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at least helped to make both the
government and the opposition
parties keenly aware of the
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_____Friday. May 23, m
At United Nations
Carter Rule Pushes Anti-Israel Resolutions
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA| Anti-Israel reso-
lutions voted within 24
hours, first by the Council
of Kurope last week and
then by the United Nations
Security Council, are seen
here as caused basically by
the continued failure of the
Carter Administration to
assert in clear terms its un-
compromising support for
the Camp David accords
and strong opposition to
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
I'hr Council ol Europe's reso-
lution ru approved 170-0 with
bstenl l 'he l \ Council
lution was adopted 12 0 with
t h I niti-d States, the Soviet
m and East German a!
staining
\\ \l YSTS Here said that
while President tarter and others
hack the accords and rule out the
PLO except on specified con-
ditions, the unabashed pro-PLO
sentiment among many within
the Administration's foreign
affairs establishment, the official
carping about Israel's support for
the Christian militia in south
Lebanon, and denunciation in
veiled terms of the Israeli stand
against agreeing to moves that
would create I Palestinian state
have emboldened the enemies ol
Israel and weakened the resolve
still further of Europeans to
uphold the Middle East's lone
democracy
The Council Of Kurope. rep
n m nting 21 ^ asl uro| i
national praliaments condemned
Israel settlement policj. ap
proved Palestinian right to sell
I rminat n r.
,, -: ami urged I he \N si
hi go\ ernmi ni om
pleti or replace I \ Securit)
t nun. il K< s
ndation of tl
Pales-
SEGAL: Club Discrimination
Continued from Pane v
didn t Stem from federal watch
towera; much has heen on a
state and local level Thus w I,
it has Noil pointed 0UI that in
c cities you car. t buj liquor
in public places Sundays after It'
p m Iprobabl) in Philadelph
hut the law doesn't applj saj to
the Elks lodge or the Moo-, hall.
thirst) people outside them
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i icamph Bush
aspires to the Presidency hai
mam peopl< wi mdering L'p I
now he had dung to his mem
bership in Houston all white
tint>- so the press tells us
because, in his judgment, that
..!> ian t an issui down his
rexaa wa)
Looking bach o\ er his shoulder
at former I' S Xttonnv (ieneral
(inffm Hell. Candidate Bush is
quoted a^ saying he sniffed
hypocris) in the criticism that
induced Mr Hell of Georgia to
abandon membership in one or
more Georgia clubs practicing
discriminat ion
No doubt, man) people will
agree with George Hush Hut
communit) leaders in-
creasing!) are affected b) the
factor ol noblesse oblige And
sometimes when the earth
beneath them trembles a bit,
fraternal ties are broken
PRIVATE CLUB discrimina-
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Being kept out ol a lodge or a
countr) dub tor reasons
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one s prnii but '< ing ki pt out ol
a iot> or a school or a ; e ol
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much more than pride It
diminishes citizen!
Hence highest priorit) in the
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tinians as a political entity rather
than as refugees
A few more statements like
the | European! Council's and
Egypt will want to pull out of the
Camp David process and the
Vrabs opposing the process will
net even tougher in dealing with
the Europeans." a Washington
source observed "We have had
an Vrab rejectionist camp Now
are have a l uropean rejectionial
camp, loo The Europeans
haven l gotten the signal thai the
l s is committed under the
tamp David agreement to allow
five years tor the transitional
process on the West Hank and
Gaza "
THERE HAS not been a firm
\merican signal on this, the
source noted it the 1 S
that iii Camp 1' *"
will not :
ther pn*
\( to am at it mpl to mod
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SUOpI) since the So\ lets will take
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Middle East oil and do from the
Palestinian state what it cannot
do from Afghanistan "
THE is., b) abstaining on
the UN resolution that da
nounced Israel i aggression" in
Lebanon and its aid to the
Lebanese Christian militia led by
\l.u Saad Haddad again showed
it is unwilling to ti^ht b) a veto
the "completel) one-sided and
distorted picture drawn in the
1 \ against Israel and lh< prob
li-ms in Lebanon another source
avekji
'bstenrj
SW
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adequate
lem in south
added that \\.
I N Securit) < ouncil
. the
into I the
'.' is,;a\ \ (1
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ind
I "^
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: ing on t he I S
stem Km on I n Max
well
Anti-Defamation League f p
B'rith, said it was ,,
inadequate response to the bit
and Kross inaccurac) ,,( t|,e
lution A veto would h
the resolution, an al
allowed its adoption
victory to those who
destruction of I.. |
and the I'l.O
HENRY BIEGMAN
utive director of th. \mm
Jewish Congress, w< r,irm^ (
Ambassador Donald Mc
characterization ol tl
as .in un'.ala-
response to i
I
loga ot this undi
not lead to an \mei
lution which in
mot i\ iation and it -
blatant I) prejud
t isan
Rabbi Vies Srhu
.dent of tl
Am> rican
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Le Minfllitt
Nightmare ofMcDuffie Verdict
i can t ra tt (Mtol ...,.

Oil Co. Misleads
American Public
SEW YORK Mobil Cor
rtition ha- misled the
can public b) claiming that
ent of the Palestinian
I is the kev t" solving the oil
ie nd lo counteracting Soviet
siomsm. according to the
iDefamation League of B'nai
|Bnth
Tb ADL charge came in
on* to recent Mobil ad-
Iwtisrtnents in the \eu York
|r-... '.he H jshmiftitn Post, the
|l'asA;n*-,' Stai the WcM Strut
-.. the Chnstum Seine*
]'.;:>' and el sew here ADL said
il*firm had substituted illusion
|Wr*aht> h> implying that oil
flow if Israel would
lulate and accept an in-
dent Palestinian state
"NOT ONLY would this fail to
ihf the energy problem.
tlawd Abraham H Foxman.
I isscm iate national
but it would have
el> the opposite effect it
uld men gar in t he I' S
mm iPah simian state would
thrust a Soviet
igger into the
Mr! fthi M : :.. I .1-1
led that Mobil
telling its reader* that
irei ] endemic instability
order of business
K) independence
it feeda the public the
itinian solution as
energy stability and

Uung Mobil contention that
^'' irld tearful of the
mama uncertain
01" I) S reliability and in
U I result of the
ioVa-! impasae, he said:
JMetdthe \rabs wonder about
w Hiabihu ,.s do many other
the globe Mut not for
vwith
Saudi
the stated reasons
THE MEAL reasons, ac
cording to ADL. stem trom the
perception that America allowed
the Shah of Iran to go under
without lifting a hand and
because many nations see the
Soviet I'mon growing stronger
while they see the U S
retreating and seemingly con
fused."
ADL also look issue
Mobil s statement that
Arabia used the oil weapon
against the US because of I S
support for Israel On the con-
trary. Foxman said. radical
elements in the Arab world have
repeatedly sought to pressure the
Saudis to use oil for political
purposes only to have the Saudis
rebuff them time and again
Oil prices went up drastically.
Foxman added, due to control
by a lew states of a product much
in demand by the industrialized
world If there were no Arab
Israeli Conflict, it there were no
IsTa.l iheae realities would still
obtain
He said, it was odd to stress
the Arab Israeli conflict as the
obstacle to unity, m view of the
fact that the ana teems with all
manner ol conflict! border
political, ethnic, religious and
disputes between radicals
moderate* and rich and poor
and
Continued from Page l \
> in
countless othere g.....I-will is the
ingredient required abovi
ot here in the pro,, .- udging .1
peer
In our ow n time, good-will is
something thai too man) ol us
lack, potential jurors included
Political social and economic
tailors shape our personal
destinies more radically than ever
before and turn our res.-n.oir of
good-will into acid
PACED WITH this change
our reactions involve anger,
hostility, even the need for
revenge I mention revenge
becaUM so many of the especially
socio economic factors that have
impact upon our lives are rooted
in the racial and ethnic changes
that affect our life styles, that
shape us into something many of
us would rat her not be
These changes, typified most
recently by the Cuban and
Haitian influx into South
Florida, whether we like it or not
polariz.es America It is beyond
doubt true that the McDuffie
verdict was in large part
motivated by the jury's response
to the polarization resulting from
the new immigration laws styled
according to old American im
migration mythologies that
our doors have always been open
to the tired and poor yearning to
be free, when all too frequently
the doors in fact banged shut
selectively on many peoples who
wen' tired and vearning to be
free
The jury may not be able to
move distant Washington or
indifferent Tallahasse to its
irritation and bureaucratically-
inspired humanitarian im
migration policies that ultimately
reshape our demographic mix
and. especially, that ultimately
affect our communities, our
schools, the kind of cars we drive,
our budgets, the probability that
a new war looms on our horizon.
BUT WHEN it is empowered
to judge white against Black, as
JUSI now incurred in Tampa, the
impulse is to take revenge upon
those forces that gave rise to the
polarization in the first instance,
The jury ruled McDuffie guilty
tor simplv being Hlack. which it
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The verdict was a bugler's call to
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It was a monstrous verdict, not
only on its own terms, but
because ot the new forces it has
unleashed in the effort to achievi
ind ethnic harmony It
|udged not McDuffieS murder
but the vitality ol Cubans and
Puerto Kuans and Mexicans who
come m increasing numbers to
these shores \nci Blacks, whose
tribe increases, though we do
everything in our power to make
dwarfs o| them all
It was a verdict that said Slav
out. and keep out In its bigotry.
it defied American history and
tradition, and it made a mockery
ot \merican jurisprudence.
Mostly. it forgot Arthur
McDuffie
Soviets Found Guilty Of
Miscarriage in Sharansky Case
By HKNR1ETTE BOAS
AMSTFKDAM (JTA I -
An international tribunal con-
vening here found the Soviet
Union guilty of a grave
miscarriage of justice in the
imprisonment of Anatoly
Sharansky and called on it to
release the Jewish activist who
was sentenced in 1977 to 13 years
in jail for alleged espionage and
anti-Soviet activities
The 11-member panel, com-
posed of distinguished jurists.
diplomats, political and civil
rights leaders from many
countries, reached its unanimous
verdict after a two-day review of
the evidence in the Sharansky
case The tribunal was chaired by
Andrew Young, .former U.S.
Ambassador to the United
Nations.
ITS MEMBERS included
t'oretta King, widow of Martin
Luther King Jr.; former U.S.
Attorney (ieneral Ramsay t'lark.
Kep Robert Drinan (I) Mass I.
a Jesuit priest active on behalf of
Soviet Jewry; Mario Soares.
former Premier of Portugal;
Johan den Uyl. former Prime
Minister of The Netherlands; and
George Fernandes. former
Minister of Transport and
Industry in India.
Mcdill University law
professor In* in Cottar, legal
counsel to Sharansky, served as
his representative before the
tribunal At the opening session.
Sharansky's wife. Avital. made
an impassioned appeal for the life
of her husband and for all
prisoners of conscience in the
Soviet Union
The official Soviet news agency
Novosty charged that the
tribunal was an anti Soviet forum
that was inciting to "cold war"
and would cause a deterioration
in relations between Fast and
West Harry van den Bergh. a
Labor member ot the Dutch
Parliament, told a press con
ference hen' last week that the
charge was nonsense."
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DADECOt \n FLORID*
I'Kok \ 11 DIVISION
Pile Numbff M 3*477
Division OS
IN UK ESTATE OF
MAE 1. HEALEY
I h. eased
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
To AU. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES
TaTE MID ALL other
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
vi ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED lhat the administration
Hi* estate of MAE I.
HE ALE V deceased. File
Nun is pending in
tin Circuit i*ourt lor Dad*
. Probate
i ii\ iddrea* ot which
VV Flagler Street Miami
personal rep
-'..'. : '," 'stale is
vck HE ACOCK u
addn > '.'\ st
M ." I The name
M the |rsonal
raantatlve'a attome\ an

x person* having claim* or
at* are
red WITHIN THREE
M< >\ HIS Kid iM 1H1-.
OF THE FIRST Pl'BUCA
N OF THIS NOTICI
. .*ir! a .'.
, wrlti

lau lien n
.. ill be
.nt or unliquidated, the
i stated If the claim is
I

deliver sufficient copies of the
ible the
- to mail on. op) to each
rial pi- ntatlve
ah person.* interested in the
Ite to lnim .i i op) of this
\oin e of Administration has
been mailed are r.tjuired.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE I F THE
FIRST PI BLICATH IN OF
THIS NOTICE to file am 00
jei turns they ma) have that
. hailenges the validity of the
lent s will the qualilica
lions of the personal represen
taiive. or lh<- vemM or juris
In lion of the court
AI.L CLAIMS DEMANDS
\M' OBJEiTKiNS NOT SO
fiu-:d WIIJ. BE FORI'.\ Hi
II M'.KED
Pate of the first publication
of this Notice of Adminis
I '.' i ItSO
Jack He*
As Persona! Representative
of the Estate of
MAE I. HE VI.EY
I ceased
SILVER* SIL\ El'.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
B) MAX It Sll.V ER
i >nc Biscay nt Tower
Miami, Florida 33131
[hone 374 I8H
08834 Ma) 16 21 hmi
CO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 0-6|i FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN I'.E The mar rlag* of
EMI VII KING
I titioner Husband
and
ROSALIND KING
Reapondenl Wife
[O ROSALIND KING
P II ! MontE
Bl Jama* lamaica
n. rTICE OF PI BI.ICaTIon
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition For I Ms
solution Of Marriage has been
kg* II uiu and you are
' required to serve a copy of you
Vi.-wcr 01 Pleading to said
petition GEORGE T raman;
ESs] Suite 711 Hlscayne
Hid* i West Flagler Street
Miami Elonda 33130. and file
the OflSlnaJ Answer or Plead
Ing in the i iffice of the Circuit
Court Clerk, on or before 30 day
of June. 1B80 If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County Florida.
UiisSthday of May. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
Deputy Clerk
MBS! May 16. 23. 30
June 6. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under tile fictitious name
ACCURATE TIME SYSTEMS
at 1000 N Miami Av Miami.
Fla intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Louis P Graner
007*7 May 2. B. 16. 23. 18*0
IN
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY J
Civil Action No 60 44S4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION!
OF MARRIAGE
in re Th.- Mai nag* ol
BETH ELLEN Mll.HY
and
VV VV NE El.I.IS MI1.HY
TO WAYNE ELLIS
Mll.HY
0 .lean Milby
RIO Hrook Hill Road
Km hmond. Virymia
Yoi ARE HEREBY NOTI
El ED that an action for
I llasolutlon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a cop) of
.'.:". it fenas* if an) to
II on LOl'IS R BELLER. at
lorncy for Petitioner whose
address la (SO Lincoln Road.
Suit. 231 Miami Heach
Florid* ind file the
original with th.- clerk ol the
abm i irt on or before
20 IBM), other*
lull will be entered again*!
. lei litlon
This not u shal' be published
. b* > i four con
Uvi > >,- l"HE IEW
ISHFLORID1AN
wi mi -
Miami
Florida on tins 12 day ol Ma)
-
RICH MID P BRINKER

B) W lllli
'
Louli R Bellei E sq

Miami I'. :
Ml i roi Pel Itl
v-i- Ma}
IBM)
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
' CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 10 6946 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re TIM Ma
ELIZABE I'll vski RY
VI.HE
I '. UtlOlM I W lie
V*
DAMDM VI.HP
Reapondenl Husband
It I I 'AV II I M Al HI
20 v MStfl M. \ 2T8
vi 11 Nam York N Y
I ppei Heyford
England 0B1B4
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
li lion for IIISSOLLTION
if-' MARRIAGE lias I..en filed
against vim and you are
required I p) ol your
written answer and defer
n) to it on DANIEL GAL
1.1 P ESy plaintiff I altor
.. iddrea* I* 3361
Street Suite KM Coral
iables Florida 33134 on or
before .June 20 ItSO and file
rtglnal with the clerk of
this COUrt either before ser\ ll e
n plaintiff attorney or im
mediatel) thereafter other
.. default will b* entered
-I you for the relief
'inplaint or
petition
w ITNESS my hai
. oi Ma) 13
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the < "ourl
B) v 11 w...i.
As Deputy Clerk
DOS 11 Ma) II 23 :i
June* 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN ih.it the undersigned
tg* in business
undei the fictitious namem
Ml 1 \ MAG x/.INE and
D R l> ENTERPRISES
SVt 101 Avenue Miami.
Fl B1S1 intends to register
Mid names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I'.ol.
County Florida
DONALD Dl OAN
Francis E Holden Jr P A
Attorney for Donald Du|;an
in Hlaleah Drive
Hialeah Fl..13010
Phone -v.s.% 1478
Ma) I I
in n iwxi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
Ing to engage in b .
under the fictitious name
Kaunpaa RaaJ E*ta
menu, ai w> Miami Fla 33166 intend to
lei said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
Dad*Count) Fionda
Mart In P Kimmel
I hmglas Awad
Peter K Moser
Herbert G Paij;e
Rll hard Ellas
Norman I. Si rota
Smith. Mandler
Smith. Werner Jacobowlti
* Fried. I" A
By Eileen Traulman
Attorney for applicants
OfttUO May 16.23 30
June 6. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Kampes Leasing Associates, at
6800 NW 77 Court. Miami. Fla.
33166. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Marvin P Kimmel
Douglas Awad
Peter K Moser
Herbert G Paige
Richard Ellas
Norman I. Si rota
Smith. Mandler. Smith.
Werner. Jacobowttx
A Fried P A
liv Eileen Trautman
Attorney for Applicants
OWSl May 16. 23. 30
June 6 lBRul
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number BO 3*77
Division 03
IN HE ESTATE OF
ILBERTE Hi nt
Deceaai i
M rTICE OF
vl IMIN1STRA
Itl VI.I PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
IGAINST THE ABO\ i:
ESTATE \Nl> VI I OTHER
INTERESTED IN
nil KSTATi
YOI IRE HI- REBY N
FIEI i thai lh<
ol u,. lab vi BERT E
Hi \
. int four I
Florid
..Mr. VV
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...:: ittorne) i
v ing rial n
. m
required WITHIN THREE
M< in nis from niK ;
OF THE FIRST PI H
kTION OF rHIS S' ITICE
to file with the l.rk of the
. rill, n
men' .nm or de'
.. havi i- a< h i laim
must tie in Anting and must
- n.r the claim
the name and addraaa of the
creditor or his agent or st
..mi the amount
i laimed If the laim is not yet
due U data when ii will
..ll be stated If
the laim is contingent or
I Dm nature of the
uncertain!) -iiaii be stated if
the laim is secured the
ecurlt) shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufflt lent copies of th.- laim to
the i lerk to enable the clerk to
mail one cop) loeai h pei
rapraaaii tatlv
All persona bitereatad
li to whom a op) of this
Notice of Administration has

WITHIN THREE Months
FROM THE DATE o|- I HE
FIRST PI BLICATiON OR
nil- NOTICE to file any
objections they ma> have that
rialli Ihe % Slldlt) Of the
.....idenl'a w ill ihe
qualificatlona of ihe pai
ie or
juriad 'ihe court
vi : ci vims i IBM vnds
VNIi OBJECTIONS NOT So
I- I LEI i W ll.I. BE I-1 'I'-EV ER
BAR!
Dal) "1 the first publuation
ol Nolle* of
\ i nurti ation Ma) 11 ibmi
i lelma* Hunt
Km Pi itlve
fthel laU
ILBERTE Hi n I
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON v:
REI'RESEN rATIVE
9 Burn Roaa P \
I4BJ7NW rSI
Miami Fla 13139
imm: May it. 31. ltso
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 7B-J03B
DIVISION 07
in RE ESTATE OF
Hyman Partnow
a k a Hyde Partnow
a k a Hyde
Manhattan
I eased
NOTICE OF
VI. MINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
TERE8TED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND KKui niKli to file
any claims and demands which
you may have against the
Estate and to file any challenge
to the validity of the Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate if any. or any objec
tion to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative,
venue or Jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court Dade
County Courthouse. 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florida
33130 WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST Pl'B
L1CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR YOUR RIGHT TO DO SO
WILL BE FOREVER
MARRED
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WIIJ. BE FOREVER
BARRED
First publication of this
Noli. oil the 1* day of May.
10
Hai bar* Rothsnberg
and Kalhe Friedman
la Pei -ii... i tepri ssntatii bb
,:e of
Hyman Partmana k a
Hyde Partnow a k a
Hj de Manhattan
I '..eased
ATTORNEY FOR person vi
REPRESENTATTV ES
Abraham A GaibutEsq
wnu vv ashlngton Ave
\i lami Beat ii Florida BUM
\* MarvniT B<'mstein E*q
2136 I lolly wood BOUlev ar.l
Ho > wood Florid* 33030
. phn* i SOB 672 1100
I
--ii May 1H.2.1. 1BN0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No BO 4))4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re im.' mai s*g<
. vni lOFERREIRA
N K
petit' iband
and
v ici '
V
: i MARIA FERN AN
v ICEN I l
.v.ilnui >!'
N. .
V ..
V .0 Vt I BY NOTI
FIEI
-.'

tRVKl FR
VI VN itl
Ie N
li. ...
rk nf

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against you for

l- I
This notice si
e* week foi
i weer. Mil r .v
ISH I- l.i 'It.I H VN
v : NKSS n I the
at Miami
Florida on Uiia da) 4 Ma)
RICHARI i BRINKER
v-i ni Court
Dade Count) y
! Ir
v- l *put) 'lerk
lit i'. .urt Seal i
Harvey I Ftm dmai
i.'i I in. ..In Road
Miami Beai h Florida3313B
MSI
..I Petitioner
Ma) II -
Junen lxn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE HTH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
No BO4210FC
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
''
VM VI' V HI.VI'IVI I
.'. (|
anil
IVAN BLAI N ER|
lent H isoand
tDINIi i.i -
Filq "
rtal*
I i v
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IEI) lluit
Ills* VI.
..I (iv of
.
I
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\ aJUl file the original
with the (Terk of the above
l ulle
itherwias
will bi .
. Ihe
Petltl
WITNESS my hand and the
." ..' Miami
Florida on tpi I ise>n
RICHARD P BRINKI R
Clerk
BYCP COPELAND
Deputv Clerk
OSfSI May : ti
16. 23 IBM)
HE I'.E MY
Petition for
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
CANDY KISSES t number
10K3 East 2h Street. In the City
of HIAIJCAH. Fionda. Intends
to register the said name with
the tier* of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Dated at Coral Gables
Florida this 2 day of April
1BW
JENNELLE INC
lima East 28th Street
Hlaleah. Florida 3300B
Attorney for Applicant
KURTWELU8CH
WEI.LISCH METZGER*
LEONE P A
161 Almerta Avenue
Suite 2U0 E
Coral Gables Florida 33134
i 306*443 7V34
0MSJ3 May2.B,
16. 23.18*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No lOtuiFC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Viloptmn of
a minoi i hild
Hv
lill'.ISTEl W1I FORK
Petitioner
NOTICE OF' ACTION
TO HARRYT
McCAIN
RESIDENCE I NKN.iVVN
Yol ARE NOTIFIED that
-in a.llon for the adoption of a
minor has been filed *f|d vnu
.ue required to **rv
youi w i itt. .lijei turn if anv-
lo n on hi:; vn hi:. >i .y ESQ
Bltorne) fol Petitioner, whose
NE |B7 St
- n m ii i at ,,r befor*
lun. i IBBO and file the
il with Ihe i lerk of this
< out I ellti. : t CO 0ft
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
win be enti sd Bgalnal you h.r
the i elief demand) d In the
vl'p i ION petition
pal tin- Court v;
RICH mil P BRINKER
v rrkol the < "ourt
ii i iai inda Bi
rk
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IN
OF


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
:- HEREBY
'
mi
OKNAMKM
"-

.-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 10 2D*
Oiv 01
NOTICE TOCREDITORS
IN P.I- ["he I tali
v vi K
n RSi INS HA\ IN.;
I 11 MS "P. DEMANDS
tGAINST Mil Mint F
E>r vi>
YOI vni IH REBY "
FIED that the An. illai .
muustral ion of th.- i .
DAVID KRIZACK
.
File No
Im 01 pending in the circuit
' .i n t y
Florida Probate Division the
I whu h i~ Weal
Miami r
33132
tative
..I Um IRMA KP.l
2] NE
Stre.! North V
ii.... 'i Florida S317B
a* of the
ii.il represenlal
. i *
All ; "i- ..r
A mi.N THREE
Mi in rtlS h KOM mi DATE
"I- MIL I- IRS I I 1 II
'.
fill f the
above ..' | i
U1) la li". oi demand
the\ Eaeh claim
be ... a i itinc and must
: '.he i laim
the ii.i-ii. ..mi addn
.... nt or at

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lad ii
.> contingenl or
I the

I Ihe
' .
i laim to
ih. lerk t.. enable the clerk to
i '
i (.[. .
vi.i claims DEMANDS
VN|. OBJECTIONS Nor so
FILED WILL HE HiKEV ER
MARRED
Date of the first publication
ol tru. Nolle* U) Creditors Is
Mai II ikki
IRMA KRIZACK
as Personal Representative
of the Estate of
DAVID KRIZACK
Deceased
RICHARD I. I.ARI.N
Attorney for
Personal Repre
17V71 lliscayne Boulevard
North Miami Heach
Fl 33100
Ml May 16. 23. IBM)
notice under
ficitious name law
notice is hereby
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name of B A
H HATH DISTRIRCTORS at
6B61 SW MOl St Miami FL
33135 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Or. uil Court of Dade County.
Florida
Hertrsm Kurland
Hen Nau
Eugene 1-rmlich Esq
Attorney for BAH Hath
Distributors
2720 W Flagler St Miami. FL
33133
'""- May 3. B
16.23. 1BSO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERv,rc
NO PROPERTY, E
'NOTFMTHC^.a'TC0"T
of the eleventh
^'C'alc.rcuuSf
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 80 t3J,
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTIONFOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
RE in THi v
RODOLFoGi ',, i
III SBAND
.ui.l
I VMEI. Vl' i,.i\, .
Wife
TO PAMELA i a
ISA Ara|
la. ksonv llle V'.
YOI vp. i
MOTIFIEI
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your written ok
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SI s
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IN THE CIRCUIT COOBT
OF THE ELE vf N-
JUDICIAL CIRCUl OF
FLORIDA IN ANC
FOR DADE COUN
CIVIL ACTION NO SSN
FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
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IN THE CIRCUIT CC
OF THE HTH JUDICI-l
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO SO SDIFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RK The Marrw
II V ENT1NOGI Til H
Petitioner Husband
and
MARIA DEL ( V I. \D ^
HI TIERRE/.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE IIV PI BUC \ s
YOI MARIA DEI v
MEN Gl TIERRE/ *
De laks Curts CaUlarvs N
Prtmera Tercera BI
Spain, are hereby
serve a copy of your I
the Petition For Dissoluti. n
Marriage filed aaalnsl
upun Husband s all
GEORGE NICH
E.ss|l IHE SJ2 N
Avenue Miami. Flori.L.
and file original with th. c "
of the Court on or before ^hf
13. IBM) otherwise the P<
will be confessed by you
DATED this da> of
IUM)
RICHARD P BRINK)
_-RK
By C1.AR1NDA BROWN
Deputy Clerk
OSTBB May 2.8 16 23 '"


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Knesset Condemns Ambush
SmiAKSHAROIL
JERUSALEM UTAI
i Kn.'' unanimously
lEdin"*'lu""n cdMoning
lLLMnt anil.u-h that claimed
kL\ "mn li'',"",' ?**
underlin.'.i the deep
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Kwblic at large "huh have
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HetiKxii'Mt- scored victory
lifer Knessrt FotejigB
Warn! Secunt) Committee
Imhp"*"^ t-ru< ia' vot" on an
llvi! Kin-i a Cabinet
wnty decision t<> establish
, Jrrish leJigmua schools in
Ifcbron
COMMITTEE chairman
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-iri vehemently, apparently
juse he as convinced that
appeal gain* the decision
[Vputy Premier Yigael
01 Democratic Movement
..jikl he rejected Hut he was
|iwM by Peasach (Irupper <>f
Eftads Liberal Party ring who
leunited that il Vrena fotcaa the
\tnr the Liberals would vote
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would place actiona by the
Military Government beyond the
jurisdiction "t the Supreme
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temporary injunction granted by
the hitfh court yesterday burring
the deportation ol West Hank
political figures without due
process
The injunction was issued on
the appenl of the Palestinian
Council of National Guidance
which was aaf up as the leading
body ol the Arabs in the ad-
ministered territories alter the
mayors of Hebron and llalhoul
and the Moelem rehgous judge of
Hebron were summarily deported
following the Hebron killings
NEVERTHELESS, Amnon
I.inn of Likud's La'am faction
urged the deportation ol every
member of the Council ami of the
principals of any ichool on the
Wail Hank whose students
participate in anti Israel
demonstrations Hut Wei/man
mack' it clear that the Military
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future deportations at this time
The polarization was evident in
the public aactot today, in a
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remember the 19-78 Haifa let
\\i\ coastal road massacre b)
noting that There were no
women from the Hadassah
building at that time."
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responsible for a national
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to the breaching ol the Harlev
Line on the Suez Canal by
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stages ol the 1973 war
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say with all frankness and truth
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Hlit/er. who said she was the
mother ol two sons, asked the
government Is your belief in
life weaker than the belief of the
Hadaaaah (clinicl women'1 What
are you doing to enable our sons
to live Mothers of sons, tell
I Premier Menachemi Begin that
not only the (iush Kmunim has a
M) in our country We want to
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young Leaders to be Honored
*t Federation Annual Meeting
** ..ndinK you"K the Florida Bosrd of Realtors *
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outstanding
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P*? community
I*"*, WdneiHV. June 4. .t
young
Miami's
will be
r t .1
l**Y.nnual mwtmg of the
-^"M.ami Jewish
rSi'in. <, be held at the
Ifffsir s^rrJ
ill be pr.'-.-nted
with
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in 1957. is
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KitandinK proms* who have
RT^actix.- interest in the
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Kravitz. a Miami attorney and
resident of North Miami Beach,
is chairman of Federation's
Attorneys Division for the I960
CJA-1EF campaign He has
served as chairman of the S.S.OOO-
$9,999 Division and as a member
of the OlflJF Advisory Council
and the education subcommittee
of the Planning and Budgeting
Committee
He is a member of Heth rorah
Congregation and serves on its
board of directorf .is well as the
boards of Hillel Community Da)
School and Jewish Community
(enters t.f South Florida His
professional affiliations include
membership in the American Mar
Association, the Honda Mar
Association and the Hade Count)
liar Association
PAST recipients of the
Presidents' Leadership Award
include Martin Fine 119671, Sue
StSVSHI 119681 Marshall S
Harris U962I Daniel Seal Heller
119631 Norton S Pallot 119641
Sam Luby. Jr 119651 Shirlej
Trim and Harr) H Smitl
Mrs Milton s (ireen and I.
Jules \rkm H967I Robert II
I r.iung. Linda Urn km.m .intl
Marilyn Smith 19681 I
I ,e\ t\ Bn ".''..i Shapiro and
Richard J HnrwM h H
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National Fund
tl will be held
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:h.ir names
land of Israel
perpetual
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Foundation, Dr
^rman has played a decisive
* i th. development ol the
.IN I throughout the nat i< n In
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Jerusalem and ol Bar llan
I niversit)
In addition l'r Lei n
served as national "t
th. Boai I '-f'"'1
Bonds and ampaign i
.I the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
He is former visiting pro''
m bomiietics al the Jew
I heological Seminar) ol America
and a former national president
oJ the Synagogue Council ol
A mem a
Mrs Lehrman has worked t>>
his side in e\er> endeavor She
has served in ke) leadership
positions tor tin- Grester Miami
. I. -wish Federation end the
Combined Jewish Kppesl Israel
Emergency Fund, and in-
numerable other Israeli and
commumt\ causes
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To Honor Lehrmans
\... .sador '/. \ Bros* spoke
th, (4*i'i a teenagt
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! | nion on May t After "
brief update on cum nt ei ents
i / .-,/. Ambassador Bn
fielded qut stions for ot er an
hour //. i- minister for fo-
rmation at the embassy of
Israel in Washington The
\kit a Lead, rship xr<>"P
, ry Sunday from 4 30
- 7pm at th, AJE
Federation Helps in Refugee Resettlement
rd ol directors of the Greater Miami
^ '"' lion has voted participate in the
merit ot Cuban refugees in DadsCoUDt) in
"'th its longstsad policy of deep concern
'the fate ol refugssi svsrywhsrs
on. in cooperation wttn the
ny rant Aid Societv (HIASl. has
Caitlr '' M"1"" ut 'b*1 Dpa-Ixxrka Processing
,tL r wl" M 'uban Jewish voluntssra along
ill h"" '"' "'?:i-s,,'rlnK refugiv fumilies who
^ttl,.
par! of the caseload of the refugee
tail ot Federation and its family ol
fu, ''\ v">'>nK them are the Jewish Familv and
the Jewish Vocational Service.
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and Migration Service of the
il of Jewish Women
.in us t.rst day. th.' volunteei sUfl al Ops.-
Locks registered 60 Cuban refugees of all
religious faiths and races, a total ol 22 tam.l.es
Ml have been reunited with close relatives
ahead) residing in the Miami area
H1AS and l,deration have been in wnsjant
COMUlUtion with other nation., and voluntarv
".nLuntagencies the State Departing and
1.....1 governmental departments m ^Pm
wrticiTsnd strategies for resettlement of those
t uhanswhnhavetamil.es in this area
HIAS with the help ol our kxal Jewish
' ,,s will assist refugssswho do nol have local
JS ,ol.e resstUsd in other conimunfUss sround
. ountrj
Urge /Vewv Priorities
Rabbis, Federation
Join Community Leaders in
McDuffie Statements
For Related Story, See Page 1-A
Clergymen of Miami's various faiths met
Monday by invitation of the National Conference of
Christians'and Jews. Florida Region, and the Dade
County Community Relations Board.
Convening at the Grace Lutheran Church in
Miami Springs, the clergymen endorsed a statement
(ailing for modernation'and peace from all citizens
in our community. '
THE STATEMENT declared that 'Our goal is
a community based on social justice for all. This
cannot he achieved without a systemic approach to
resolving social problems faced in our community
and the nation." The statement continued:
"We, the clergy of the Protestant. Catholic and
Jewish faiths in Dade County, are prepared to offer
our services to work with responsible groups such as
the Community Relations Board, the Interfaith
Commission tor Social Justice, and the National
Conference ol Christians and Jews to attempt to
resolve some ol the major issues of intergroup
relations facing this community."
Our ol the actions being taken by the clergy.
attending a special emergency meeting convened by
ihe Community Relations Hoard, includes a petition
drive which expresses outrage at the Mc Duff it court
decision. ..nl endorses the FBI inves
the alleged violation ol the civil rigl
M< Duffle. Other actions will be initiate I
sequent meetings
MEANWHILE, Norman Lipoff, chairman ol
tin Community Relations Committee ol theGreater
Miami Jewish Federation, issued a statement in
behall ol the Federation CMC
We have a strong -ens,, thai this mav not be
the time to issue pious statements We might easily
respond by stating that we share the agon) of the
Black community, but that v^ cannot condone
burning, looting and killing However, we hope that
wv can t). more useful in involvement with
organizations, public officials and Black community
leaders in efforts to quell the rioting and in ad-
dressing the deep seated problems that exist
"Clearly, there was much more involved that
triggered the events of these pasl few days than
simpl) the McDuffie case. Miami, as do other cities,
ha- verj serious intergroup relations problems We
pi.iv that we, in concert with others, will be able to
address these problems in a positive and useful
was
Tenants Assoi iation of Florida pn s< nted a plaque to Shepard
It Dai is. founder, past />risi action committee, at a meeting last week o\ its general mem-
hip Principals in the ceremonies are, from left, Harry
PUssner, chairman of the board: licnita ArgOS, first t ice
president, Dai is. who Stepped down recently as hoard chair-
man. Miami Beach \i>< Mayor Alex Daoud, attorney for the
Tenants Association of Honda. MoeSchiffman, president
Eve Levin, treasurer The award was made to Ihuis "in
edition and appreciation of his man\ years of service and
leadership." Daoud and City Commissioner Mildred S. Falk
addn used the meeting. Davis was recently appointed by Goi
Bob Graham to sen, as a member of the Florida Council on
State Housing Coals
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Knowledge of Israel Exam Given Here
More than 600 students from
14 synagogue afternoon schools,
day schools and Hebrew classes
in two public high schools in the
South Florida area participated
in the 10th Annual
AMI Knowledge of Israel
National Examination, spon-
sored by the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization.
The AMI Quiz, which is
coordinated locally by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, "seeks to enhance
and motivate increase study of
Israel through an examination of
150 questions dealing with all
aspects of Israel's history,
culture, religion, economy,
education, and politics." ac-
cording to Gene Greenzweig,
CAJE executive director, and
Abraham J. Gittelson. associate
AMI Contest coordinator.
director and AMI Contest
coordinator.
Eva Pallay, national coor-
dinator, said, "The interest of the
American Jewish community in
Israel is reflected by the fact that
more than 10,000 students in
Jewish weekend, afternoon and
day school classes around the
country participated annually in
the examination.
This year, in recognition of the
13th anniversary of the
reunification of the City of
Jerusalem during the Six Day
War in 1967, the focus of the
examination was on the history,
culture, institutions and religious
significance of Jerusalem
throughout the ages.
All students who take the
examination are awarded a
certificate of participation and
are eligible to take a part in
succeeding years. Those who
achieve outstanding results are
awarded gold, silver or bronze
pins. In addition to the WZO
and CAJE, the Jewish National
Fund serves to co-sponsor the
quiz and the awards.
The schools which participated
included Congregation Ken-
nereth, Temple Adath Yeshurun,
Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach. Temple Zion. Temple
Beth Shalom of Hollywood.
Temple Sinai of Hollywood.
Temple Emanu-El of Fort
Lauderdale. Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami. Hillel Com-
munity Day School. South Dade
Hebrew Academy. Hebrew Day
School of Fort Lauderdale. Toras
Ernes Academy of Miami.
Memorial Service for
Cantor Feldm an
Moore Receives Plaque from CAJE
Benny Moore, director of the
Out-Reach Department of the
Miami Dade Community College
New World Campus, recently
received a plaque for his efforts
and cooperation with the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
Over the past few years, Moore
has been instrumental in
establishing a college credit
program for high school seniors.
in which eleventh and twelfth
graders can receive college credit
for courses taken off campus
under the auspices of CAJE and
the New World Campus. Rabbi
Shimon Azulay and Mrs. Carla
Spector supervised this program
and coordinated for CAJE along
with Miami Dade Community
College
Benny Moore
In addition, numerous adult
education courses of CAJE have
been incorporated into t h<-
Zohara Hadassah Sets Card Party
Zohara Hadassah Vventura
I astern Shores Chapter will I
a paid-up mrmlxT'-hip early bird
dessert and card part) >>n
Monday, Ju noon at the
\meriFirsl Bank,
Bist .i\ n< Bi New
members are w
< >n Ma> 12 at the in
luncheon, the lollowm^ elected
officers were installed lor the
1980 -l season b) Sylvia Patt,
first founding past president
President: Helen Spitz; ad-
ministrative vice president--
Lillian Aaron. Pearl S Lew
fund-raising vice president Ceil
Dobuler; big gifts vice president
Molly Bliss; membership vice
president Marian Hoefler
ai ion \ ici president Jessica
Migdalol Levin; program
'- ma < ioldberg;
membership dues secretaries
Sara Lev) Syd \lpern financial
secretar) Hannah Neuman;
recording secretar) Marie)
Rosenblum; corresponding
secret ar) Louise Lev >
treasurer Rhee \\ hue and
parliamentarian Sylvia Patt
continuing education department
of New World Campus as non-
credit courses. This has enabled
Miami Dade to expand its own
Out-Reach Program and has
offered much needed funding for
many of the adult education
classes sponsored by CAJE.
Moore received his plaque on
April 21 at a special luncheon in
his honor. In presenting the
plaque. Al Golden, president, of
CAJE. noted. "Mr Moore has
brought together the best of two
worlds: expanding the horizons
of the (hit-Reach Department of
Miami Dade Community College,
while participating in a
cooperative effort with the
Jewish community We have
found Mr. Moore to be an ex-
ceptional individual as well as a
knowledgeable and dedicatee!
educator We look forward i"
continued mutually beneficial
ionship
For more information about
participating in the high
-i hool coll. rograms,
or the numerous adult education
coursi contact Mr- < aria
Spector at the < VII
Gleekel to Speak at Beth Sholom
\aron FaiT, Brotherhood
president ol Temple Beth Sholom
of Greater Miami, has announced
that the next monthly
Brotherhood breakfast will be
held on Sunday, May 25, at the
temple, Miami Beach.
The guest speaker will be
Jerome (ileekel. who has long
been active in matters affecting
Israel His interest in Jewish
settlement there predates the
formation of the State.
He was educated at Columbia
I niversit) from which he hold- a
degree in political science which
involved substantial oomponante
ol Middle East study He travels
frequently to Israel, and returned
recently from a visit there in
which he met with people from ali
walks of life, including gover-
nment officials
Cileekel is a member of the
(ireater Miami Jewish
Kederation's Community
delations Committee and its
Middle East and Foreign Jewry
Sub-Committee
The public is invited
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Shelborne Hotel.
For reservations, call
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The Cantors Association of
Greater Miami, whose mem-
bership includes Reform. Con-
servative and Orthodox cantors
from Dade. Broward and Palm
Beach counties, will offer a
special memorial service in
memory of Cantor Nico Feldman
at Temple Menorah. Miami
Beach, on Sunday. May 25. at
6:30 p.m.
This service, which marks the
conclusion of the 30-day
mourning period known as
"Shloshim" presented only in the
case of an exceptionally
distinguished individual. ac-
cording to association leaders.
Cantor Feldman. whose earlier
career was as an internationally
renowned operatic and classical
tenor, died April 21 following a
brief illness. Born in Rumania, he
sang at the age of nine in
children's choruses of major
operas and went on to become
lead t*nor of the Israeli Opera.
For the last 16 years. Feldman
served Temple Menorah as its
cantor. In this capacity, he
conducted services and appeared
in many concerts at the temple
and at the Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts He was a member
of the national Cantors Assembly
and served locally in various
leadership roles in the Cantors
Surfside Memorial
Day Services
Harry H Cohen Post and
Auxiliary No 723, in conjunction
with the town ol Surfside, will
hold Memorial Daj services si
Surfside Veterans Park S8th St
and Collins \\ on Mondaj
Mat l m Congressman
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tin I S i i Guard Honor
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munit) ( ent< I hi public i-
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Association of Greater \
including the president! TS
the last two years
Rabbi Mayer Abrarno,
spintual leader of Ten
Menorah and a friend o| ft
Feldmans for manv >ears
participate in the aervict
with several area cantors.
Miami Beach Mayor Mur
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"It is important." Salm said.
"that we demonstrate our
material support during Sir
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cash collection campaign to
Prime Minister Begin im
mediately upon his return to
Israel
"Cash mobilization Salm
traaaad la of great ngni/kanci
at this crucial juncture in Israel'a
hiatory The eoonomj needs an
immediate Financial infusion
that the nation can meet its
growing responsibilities in the
Negev, in the north
elsewhere in the country
Salm said that in South
Honda meetings and person to
person solicitations are being
scheduled
< nl\ an economically strong
Kr.iel. he said, can ultimate!)
sustain peace It peace cornea,
Israel would he exchanging one
set ol challenges for another
the challenge ol conflict for that
"i peace the burden ol adversity
lor thai ol producing prosperity
We must prepare now to help
I srael meet i base challenges
Shou 'i at a rea m cot ktail puny, hotted by Louise and Myron
Cohen of Boca Raton, former residents of Miami Beach, are
Arthur Teitelbaum, southern aria director <>f the Anti-
Defamation League, Mr- Cohen, Mrs J Myer (Hildegarde)
s hine, guest, aniiCohvn.
Local Rabbis Take Part in Conference
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ol Temple Beth To rah.
Leon Kronish. Israel
Cunpa -man and
Kahhi Mayer Abramowitz, Israel
Bonds special a\ enta chairman
The rabbis gathered w ith other
Israel Bonds leaders from
southeastern United States to
help plan the campaign for an
accelerated program designed to
produce 1625 million in 1980 for
Israel a critical financial needs
Yehuda A\ner an adviaor to
Prime Minister Begin, met with
the group and diBCUSOod the
ongoing needs in Israel to help
redevelop the Negev desert into a
thru ing and productive area
Rabbi Kronish and Rabbi
Abramowit/ noted that
meet mgs such as this are
always beneficial because they
provide an informal forum to
develop personal relat Kinships
and plan more effect vely how to
best mobilize our communities
tor t he historic responsibility we
have assumed
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Former Cit) Commissioner,
Hose Gordon, .1 member ol the
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The public is m\ ited to attend
Reiser to Address Zionist Alliance
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Books Series at the Miami Beuch
Public I.ibrarv Me w ill lecture on
the topic. America and the
Jew a very special relationship "
A nutation and answer period
W ill follow
Folk singer Kegina Balm will
present a medley ol Hebrew and
Jewish songs
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Three Miamians Named to AJC Office
Three Miamians wen* elected national vice
presidents at the recent national convention of
the American Jewish Congress in Washington.
D.(
Nam d wore Kabbi Ralph R Kingsley. spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai of North Dade. Sirs Mollic
Gersh of North Miami Beach and V- Sylvia
Kaplan of Miami Beach
Rabbi Kingsley is president of the South
Florida Region of AJC, and Mr- Jersh is
president >>f the South Florida Womei l ision
Mrs Kaplan has been past president of South
Florida Women's Division and national vice
president, women's division.
Southeast Region members met with members
of the House of Kepre-entat i\ M al a coffee given
bj Congressman William Lehman Shown, from
row. left to right, are Irving Kaplan. Rabbi
Kingsley, Congressman I/ehman. Isahelle
Friedman Back row. left to right Don Fuqua
(Florida): Bill Nelson (Florida); Terr) Feldman;
Charles Wilson, Earl Hutto (Florida); Sonys
Shuman; Dan Mica I Florida); Sylvia Ziffer
Adath Yeshurun Honors Confirmands
On Thursday Maj -- al 9 m .
urun was to
w High
Schi firmation Class at its
'. uoth Four)
|)ut on a
entitled
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tirmands resents the
culmination ot twoyi tudy
in the Hebrew High Sell
program which involves
. curriculum for post Bai
and Bal Mitzi ah childi
I mmediatel) folli iw ing
\ ices, c. -[' cial Kiddusl
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The confirmands are Joseph
Feinstein Lewis Felder Lisa
Harmelin, Louis Harmelin,
!/. Lisa
la\
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Siren berg. I van Ho*
RosenthaJ. Lewis Semel and
i ,T'%^ \\ eiser
The volatile political climate in
the Middle East will be the focus
of a report by Dr. Sol Stein,
national president of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation (IHF). in
his remarks Wednesday. May 28,
at 10 a.m. at the Konover Hotel
during a bruncheon reception
welcoming him from a mission to
Israel.
According to Moe I>evin.
national vice president and
chairman of the South Flroida
IHF advisor,- board. I)r Stein
will react to the latest reports
related to the May 36 deadline
imposed last year at Camp David
on the Palestinian autonomy
question
Dr Stein. whose topic is
"Three Digit Inflation, the Waal
Bank Impasse and \N hat
Neat?." also will report >n the
current economic situation in
Israel and how the government s
cutback- in social welfare areas
will affect the needs of the
populal ion
Dr Leon Kronish, national
1111' board chairman am)
emple Beth
Shoti '
participate in th program and
will discuss future plat'.- I
His)
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Adult BatMitzvahs at Temple Zion
Creative Service Sot at Beth Am
Fridaj May 23, will >,
IS \ : Hat \1it7\ah
Sabbath at r emple /.ion. Miami
At late. 8 IS p m n ices Dr
Norman N Shapiro spirit
ler. W 'M adult
Bat Mitzvahs of congregants
Sharon Air- David I Boas Kitty
(Mrs Irving' I'liskin. and Fn
J
rhi '- I lull U.i:
- under thi adult
education committee, met tor the
time -'ime I months .-..
with the temple RlUBiC dire.
and Bar Bat Mitzvah in-
structor. A\ron Smolensk^
aT>
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iHirtion ot
kindled and t hen
I ngn gat ion in
prajera I ach ill has I
requirement ol t rad ,t i
Judau teachings I'hcy wu
able act i pi i) as Ihonorsl
and be called to th. I
Aero bic Exercises
The South Dade Center of the
Jewish Community Centers ot
South Florida otter- a new eight
week course, terobic Exercises
U-gmning May 29
The daaa will be held from 7 to
8 p.m on Tuesday and Thursday
\enings at the (enter Contact
Joan Fischer at the JCC for
further information
will '
McDuffu ri \ Blow
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rabbi, will speak at ihi
s,-r\ ice "ii sat urda>
< m Friday. Maj I al th< M
P in sen ice the i onfirmatioii
is ol I he temple w ill present
creative service on the theme
The Future ot th.' Children ot
Israel The da-- will, in ad
duion pre-ent a musical
narration on the theme. I he
Sound ol Music How One
Family Escaped Adolph Hitler
at the confirmation axercisee on
Sunday. May 26, at 111 a m
Ninety students are part ol this
tenth grade class
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addition
will ceJebrali
Iron: their n ..
seven young peo|
earned sis. oollegi
taking poat-confirn |
work Four adult <
who have oompleti
course work, will be honoi |
the Friday evening sen
are .lack Orkin 9
Dorothy Krhmond and i'hsrlj
Winick
Reviewing plans for Tuesday's (May 27) Civic Forum Lecture
at the Arlen House Auditorium are co-chairmen (from left)
Hyman Finkelson, Lillian Spero, Helen Janowsky and Irving
Cypers. The forum, sponsored by the Arlen Houses Social
Club, will feature Dr. Sol Stein, national president of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation, who recently returned from a mission
to Israel and will speak on "The West Bank Impasse What
Next?"
Contemporary Festival of the A rts
symphonic compositions, plays,
and musical, chamber music and
dance, commissioned from
American composers,
playwrights, lyricists, and
choreographers. Related events
will also include contemporary
visual and cinematic arts
presentations.
General advisory panel
members are Robert Herman,
Zev Bufrnan, Judith Drucker, J.
William Fisher. Geoffrey Holder
and John White.
The New World Contemporary
Festival of the Arts, alated for i
three-week period in June 1962 in
Greater Mimi, is expected to
attract attendance of 144.000 and
have a $22.5 million impact on
the local economy, according to a
research report issued by
Economics Research Associates
The festival will featun
contemporary works, including i
large percentage of world anc
U.S. premieres of operas.
Hourvitz to Address Harmony Lodge
B'nai B'rith Harmony Lodge
No. 2463 will hold its May 26
meeting at the Washington
Savings Auditorium at 8 p.m., at
633 NE 167 St.. North Miami
Beach.
The principal speaker will be
Clarence Hourviti. BBYO
commissioner and treasurer of
the Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Lodges
Hourvitz is an AZA alumnus
who began his commitment 51
years ago to B'nai B'rith. He will
speak about young people and
their accomplishments.
Hillary Jackowitz. Gold Coast
n'aiah (president) of B'nai B'rith
Girls, and Geoffrey Greener,
AZA aleph godol (president), will
speak on the activities of thau-
chapters.
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Beach Region Hadassah Installation Confirmation at Emanu-El
*' Annual conlirmat ion services ini \:- .mi Un Vimmi Miller A
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Theinstall.ti-'n ol officers of the Miami Beach
t of H.tii.t--.ih Ml ht-lci at the annual region
mt, \; .ii the Deauville Hotel
kft w KiK'h' row Louella Shapiro, member of
ly^ah national board and the installing of
Ur Anne Yarrow, corresponding secretary.
L^r Hoyarin treasurer: Jean Feinberg
ir-idrtit Bertha Kohansov. vice president.
FiuVimm corresponding secretary
[/ft to Right second row: rnez Townsend. vice
Inident Augusta Menu, vice president.
liamtu London, vice president. Gladys Zales.
Luond Hada-s.th \ ice president and conference
Lvaor Sybil Scheid. vice president. Florence
IScariner vica president. Betty Kestenbaum.
I m president
Newly installed presidents of the chapters are
[Ami Leila Silovit/. Halmoral Halpnn. Bettv
Goldstein; Baj Harbor. Eleanore Potaah; Ben-
Gurion, Sylvia Newman. Bandaia, K-ther Hosen.
Cantor, Esther Glazar; Forte Towers, (ieraldme
Ramme and Paulina Leaaem; Goodman. Lottie
Zaimoff; Matikvuh. Ethel Rudenberg. Herzl. Syd
Spear; Inter American. Clara Sapoznik. Young
Imaa Group, Eatrella Ilehar and Miriam Karpel.
Kadimah. l.eona Meisel. Koach. Jackie Hechter;
lazarus. Henrietta Fine. Lincoln. Nellie
Weiaman; Maiaon (irande. Sylvia Meyers;
Maaada, Esther Schaffer. Morton Towers. Sophy
I.ipman: Mt Scopus, Rose Marcus; Natanya.
Sylvia Weintraub; Kenanah. JeanTemkin; Koyal
Maccabee. Clara I.andy Senesch. Agusta
Hoffman. Shaloma. Fdith Shapiro; Southgate.
Shirley Rosenberg and Prances Rosenberg;
Szold, Florence Greenberg; Treasure House. Bea
Creinin. Triton Tower. Helen Cohen; Tucker.
Henrietta Herman. Wise. Tillie Yates; Yassky.
Florence Gordon
Annual confirmation services
for the I960 Confirmation Class
dt I emple Emanu-EI were held in
the mam sanctuary of Temple
I on May _' 1
A luncheon, sponsored b) the
U rhood ol Temple Fmanu-EI.
followed sen ices in the Friedland
Hallroom. honoring confirmands
anil their parents
!>r and Mrs Irving Lehrman
hosted .i part) t<>r the con
i|s and their parents at
their home on May 17. and a
sw im party in honor ol the oonfir
mands was held at the home "t
Mrs Martha Mlahcon on Maj 18
The ('(infirmHlKin ( Ihmj* includes
Tam.i Geraldlnc 'LuiKhter of Mr and
Mi 'A ..., B c d RoMi daughter
.. \tr jid Ml lidney H irti ''
:,.,'. I M n Ftoal) I M a i
.mil i... ^ i >-, .ii ton of Mi
and Mn kngi Hi Veroll Mordechal
H xiii el 1 r .mil Mil \i:i' tl Fetter
lim.ilh.ir. xiii ill Mr .mil Mrs Hcrl-Tl
l. (iopman, rraci Dawn iiiiuichter <>t
Mi and Mn Qene Grabarnich Martin
Slrwarl an "I Mr and Mrs Irving
l\.o| \nili( II Mn (it Mr and Mm
Kli in M.irkm.in Shira. daughter ol Mr
.uid Mrs Norman l.ieberman. Knr Son
\: and Mr- Vahum Miller Adani
i ..., t Mr .mil Mrs Martha
hi m.ii. i. Ian daughter Mr
Burton Sherman and Marc
III and Mrs Jhiihw H
' till.!
The IWle I>ehrman Youth
(enter of Temple Emanu-Kl
announces registration is open
tor its summer act i\ .'
program
The summer program is
to children agw i through I
with a special counselor in
ining program tor ninth
graders
\ variety ol activities are
planned, including bowling, roller
and ice skating. Israeli dancing.
creative cooking, gymnastics and
a weekly Shabbath created by
Temple Emanu-EI campers.
Special activities include
waterboggan, golfing, go-carting,
mystery bus ride, barbecue, color
war and scavenger hunts
For more information and
camp schedule call the Youth
Center directors. Jeff Kaplen or
Maxine Haumrind.
Temple Menorah Israel Day
Seminar Focuses on Aspects of Aging
Dr Jaca Weinbarg, a pioneer
i the field of geriatric
kfjthiatry. addressed a group of
laaexionals in the field recently
lt.-r Psychosocial Aspects of
|\r..-.|t at a two da> seminar
Ik*: at the Miami Jewiah Home
Ibc HospiUl for the Aged at
I Douglas Hardens
The event, which was attended
lb some 170 people, was spon
|>orec by the Su i Gerontological
.Institute, the research planning,
training division of the
*
Dr Weinberg is director of the
m Mental Health Institutes
* Distinguished Senior
ir to the t .nter for the
l> of Mental Health and the
National Institute of
*l Health An author of
pBkroiu art.,., v he is also a
Ipkaw of psychiatry at Rush
|WCicall oUag,
*r MUST view the inner life
111* elderly to understand and
ith their behavior." savs
p. Wenberg The elderlv. he
lr* uffer from both a loss of
jJJJjnd a l.is. 0| meaningful
fotum Th;s producea a state of
|'0B.neaB and sense of sadness
I Dial
"f societyi aiea the elderly
'*ving mi future
*se their
They, in
own future as
*> they rely on the past
This is a defensive maneuver (to
help reaolvel the intra psychic
emotional conflict between what
was pleasant and good and what
ls now bleak
Dr Weinberg oliserved that
adolescents and elderly closely
raaemblc each other in their
impulses and activities 'The
young an' struggling to attain
them, and the old struggle to
maintain them
When roles are taken away.
i the elderly I fed aanaa of
shame, he said It ls for us to
pro\ ide supportive figure roles
for the elderly
"BACH person carries a
legion, a novel, within him or
herself. he says We give a
person a aanaa ol worth bj
listening
This can l>e accomplished
successfully even in an in
etitutionalized setting, says pr
Weinberg. by careful evaluation
of the iikIiv iciual and by the staff
understanding and transmitting
the individuals uniqueness
Seminars sponsored by the
Stem Gerontological Institute
are designed to improve care of
the elderly by bringing
educational onoortumties to
professionals and para
professionals working in
facilities serving the elderly in
Dade County Training institutes
and seminars are also held
throughout the state of Florida
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah and chairman of the
executive board of the Jewish
National Fund, has announced
that Israel Day at Temple
Menorah honoring "Jerusalem
Day" will be held on Tuesday.
June 3. at 7 p.m. at the social
hall.
The tradition of Israel
Independence Day Celebration
holds a very important role in the
solidarity of Jewish identification
with the ideals, principles, and
aid to the State of Israel." said
Rabbi Abramowitz.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
has gained the love, esteem and
affection of the Jewish National
Fund, said Abraham Grunhut,
president JNF Greater Miami,
"and the JNF salutes Rabbi
Abramowitz for his dedicated
service to JNF for over one
quarter century."
Under his leadership as the
immediate past president of the
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, a resolution was
adopted by the Rabbinical
Council for a Temple Jewish
National Fund Day yearly in the
area temple
A musical program has been
arranged under the directorship
of Shmuel Fershko. The guest
artist will be Shen Sterner, song
stylist, accompanied by Fershko
jr'u'" Leonard Oentt, assistant vice president, second from
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Academy Women Plan Imma Luncheon
The Hebrew Academy Women
will be holding their annual
Imma" luncheon on Wed-
nesday. May 28. at the home of
Mrs. Alexander S. (Shirley)
Gross.
The following women will
receive their Imma" awards at
this time:
Mrs Kva Binder. Mrs Hyman
Chabner. Mrs I.ouis Chibnik.
Mrs Bernard Kdelstein. Mrs.
Irving Goldhirsh. Mrs. Fannie
Gulden. Mrs Gertrude FeJdman.
Mrs Bertha Fox. Mrs Albert
Furst. Mrs Othilia Kellerman.
Mrs. Klara Kovar
Also. Mrs Jennie D Levinson.
Mrs. Morris Lipp. Mrs Samuel
Keinhard. Mrs. Sam Sharrow.
Mrs Bennett Silverman. Mrs
Douglas Slavin. Mrs Albert A.
Slater. Mrs Henry Stem. Mrs
Fdward Zemel. Mrs. Fannie
Werner. Mrs Minnie Posner.
Mrs Charlotte Rose. Dr. Gerda
Miihaelis and Mr and Mrs.
Bernard Yelowitz
Imma" means mother. All
monies collected from the
Imma" luncheon go toward the
scholarship fund More than 60
percent of the Hebrew Academy
students are on full or partial
scholarships.
Mrs Hyman (Lillian) Chabner
is chairperson of the luncheon
Mrs Henry (Kleanorl Stern is
president of the Hebrew
Academy Women Mrs Tess
Lieberman will entertain
Installation Ceremony Held at Sky Lake
The Stones keep it all in the family
from right I is honored fur over 10,(MM)
way General Hospital at the recent
hours of Sen n .
Auxiliary \
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The annual installation
ceremony for the officers and
board of directors of Sky Lake
Synagogue and its Sisterhood
took place Ma> s More than 150
people attended the installation
in the main sanctuary. The
spiritual leader Rabbi Dov
Bidnick acted as installing of-
ficer
The following officers and
board members were installed:
president Mel Grabina. first vice
president: David Wemstein:
second vice president: Joseph
Plat nick: treasurer: Louis A
StUtz; secretary Milton
Gleicher
Board of directors: Nathan
Brender; Abraham Gabel. Philip
Feinberg. Milton Israeloff.
Nathan Lasker. Alvin Matzer.
Abe Panzer. Philip Poratsky.
Meyer Singer. Stanley Singer.
Nathan Speigel. Bob Weisblum
and Arthur Zimmerman
Honorary president: Max
Heimowitz
Sisterhood: president Anita
Brender: first vice president:
Rebecca iRheal Krieger. second
vice president: Rebbetzen Judi
Bidnick: third vice president
Henrietta Grubman: social
secretary: Anne Alpert.
recording secretary Freda
Koenig: treasurer: Roslyn
Zimmerman, financial secretary:
Sue Singer, publicity chairlady:
Rona Grahina.
Board of trustees Rebecca
Balaban. Rose Levine, Sadie
Nelson and Hose Sobel Hoard of
directors Ethel Bernstein. ROM
Fingerer. Mary am Fnmmet.
Jean Glen her. YetU (irwngold.
Mollie Kerner. Ksther Levy,
Helen I.ichtbroun. Irma Panzer.
Roee Schwartz, Fannie Singer
Betty Weiner, Rose Weinstein
Honorary board member
Rebbetzen I.ena (apian
Installation Lunt heon With Stone is son I)r Gai
Jean, and ton l>r I.on ell Stone
Jewish Experience Tour 5<
17,000Take Miami-Tel Aviv Flights
Kl Al Israel Airline s inaugural
year of direct service between
Miami and Tel Aviv has ex-
ceeded our most optimistic
expectations." according to Zvi
Redlich. southeastern director of
the airline
Redhch released figures
showing that Kl Al's Miami-Tel
\\:\ Miami connection earned
more than 17,001 passengers on
the Tue ,:.i\ weekly flight The
figure does not include Florida
originating passengers who used
the New York gateway offering
non-stop El Al flights to Tel \\:\
weekly.
Redlich expressed even greater
optimism about the future ol the
Miami Tel Aviv route He says
that Kl \\ now 'offers the onl)
direct link between Miami Tel
\\.\ and Cairo He adds that
with interest b) the public in
combining the two popular
destinations, Miami originating
passengers can link Egypt with
Israel with a single change of
aircraft in Tel Aviv
Redlich says the Kl Al flights
o Cairo were scheduled to con-
led with the Miami Tuesday
-Tights. thereby allowing
tassengers the normal con-
lecting time of one and a half
hours at the Tel Aviv airport
before making their on-going
Kgypt connection
This route also offers Miami
passengers a price saving in-
centive of some $100. With in
creased demand for the twe
destinations, travel agents and
wholesaler tour operators are
offering special package tours on
Kl Al with ample time in both
Kgypt and Israel
Kl Al's staff cooperated with
the Kmbassy of Egypt in the first
of a series of promotions this
month at the Skylake Mall, said
Redlich. Additional presen-
tations and promotions are
planned throughout the area in
cooperation with the Egyptians
and Israel Government Tourist
Office.
Redlich's forecasts for 1980 art
prompted by extra section;
scheduled for June in order tc
accommodate over 1,00f
members of the Internationa
Folk and Fun Dancing Club anc
the Kings Point Choraleers.
El Al Israel Airlines flies
jumbo 747 jets on the Miami
route Information and reser-
vations are available through
travel agencies or from El A'
Israel Airlines. Miami Beach
s
Scandinavia will be the scene
of events of major significance for
world Jewry, reports Krederick
K Werbcll. the Swedish-born
rabbi whose Jewish Experience
Tours of Denmark. Sweden.
Norway and Finland begin their
sixth year this travel season
This year. the adds.
Stockholm played host on May
1. 2 and 8 to the jury, the wit
nesses and the oliseivais at the
International Tribunal in the case
of Raoul Wallenberg, the
Swedish diplomat who rescued
30.000 Hungarian Jews from
Hitler, and has In-en held in
Soviet jails for the 16 years
since
Later in the month
Gothenburg, Swadan major
seaport and second large-t eit)
i- the setting tor a celebration
marking the 200th anniversary ol
the I'x al Jewish o>mmunit\
The three-da> >
highlighted b) a via
Swedish king and
be present for th,
services at the (i
synagogue The
occasion will .. \
Malovany. who
position at the l
Synagogue in New "i ork
Participants in the rabl
day Jewish Expehenri i irs|
Denmark. Sweden N
Finland ha\e the opp
enjoy the hospitfl
dinavia and to met > '
at sy nagogm 8
enter-- and Kiddus h n
Further details i i
Experience I ours of Scai
i full color brochun i
their daj b) daj itinei
tbtaJned I writing i
v\ arbell i( I >
New York. N 1 :
Ko'ach Hadassah to Install Officers
The Ko i ptef ol Miami
Region ol ll.ni.i-~.ih will install
[or 19*1 .
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al Bank


/on \\ ednesds) Maj ->
in the Ji ffersoi N
tiding
>i
w.l. I oerformi I bv Mr
.-\ joint promotk n i by tht I i el Bureau Travel
Agency, r'l Al Israel Airlines, the Egyptian Embassy and tht
Israel Government Tourist office was held recently at the
Shy lake Mall. Miami From left are Zvx Redlich, regional
manager of Kl Al Israel Airlines; Ahmad Said. /"-. n~ at to
for the Embassy of Egypt. Washington. D.C., Esther Smith
of the Travel Bureau Travel Agency; ami Arieh Sommer,
representing the Israel Government Tourist office. Atlanta.
Ga
Health Fair Staged at ffillel
Mrs. Henry Solomon,
educational director at Hillel
Community Day School,
congratulated overall chairman.
Dr. Miles E. Kuttler. on his
administering of the annual
health fair at Hillel.
The fair involved health
screenings by professionals, most
of whom are parents of children
al the school
They included Dr Miles
Kuttler. Dr. Stuart Courtney. Dr.
Barrett Sachs. Dr Eric Fass.
Maxine Dubin. R.N., Dr. Robert
Ennis. Dr. Jack Gerard. Dr
Stanley Spat/. Dr. Paul Simon.
Dr. tarry Gilderman. Dr Joel
Dennis. Dr. Paul Klein, Dr
Charles Sprung. Dr. Mark
Cohan. Dr Arnold Feiner. Dr
Jordan Davis. Dr Stephen! House
Goldberg. Dr Jack Greener. Dr
Kenneth l-evine. Dr Ira Gin
sberg
In addition, individual claaaM
presented a project on a specific
area of health Dr Kuttler. health
affairs vice president, said. "The
Health Fair attempts to create a
positive learning experience for
hildren; to broaden their
outlook on health and personal
well-being."
Hineni of Florida
Hineni of Florida announces its
first general meeting Sunday.
May 25. at 7:80p.m. at Sky take
Synagogue ballroom. North
Miami Reach. The program will
be a presentation on Hineni
I v. installai eren mies
will I f Mrs Del
\\ ,: nick the
r Beat h i haptei
Hadassah and now affiliated
with lhi StaU I Israel Mond-
ini/atton She will install
Ko ache fficei original
program which she conceived
lackie Hechter, a founding
member ol Ko ach who has held
se\ eral offices wil h t he i ai
oriented chapter, mosl recentl)
as administrative vice president,
will be metalled as president
other officers to be installed
are Ann Makst fundraiaing vice
president. \i\uin Douglas.
membarship vice president Can>l
Ire/ education \ue president.
Zina Hirsh. program vice
M
, iu
treasurer; Rita
!.,: ship final
Fink
Mai
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the "
Drive I
resume in Septen i
ii mation
Me,n h Regioi I '
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Bonnie F. Berk, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Mel vin Pitchman
of North Bay Village, has been named one of three recipients of
Temple University's 1960 Sol Feinstone Awards. The awards
are presented annually to Temple students who have demon-
strated "leadership or personal accomplishment of constructive
and or educational change within or outside the university
community."
Joan Getz, wife of Mayor's Jewelers' president Irving Getz,
was a recipient of the Floridana Special Award given annually
by the Cuban Women's Club to a non-member for meritorious
contributions to community projects of the organization.
Because of a previously scheduled trip to Europe, Mrs. Getz
was unable to attend the fourth annual Floridana Awards
luncheon April 19, at the Omni International Hotel. Raul
Arango, a representative of Mayor's, accepted the award in her
behalf. However, the approximately 700 guests saw a videotape
presentation outlining Mrs. Getz' contributions to the arts.
The Cuban Women's Club is the largest women's
organization in the state of Florida.
A SI.000 grand prize will be awarded in the Sixth Annual
Poetry Competition, sponsored by the World of Poetry, a
quarterly newsletter for poets. Rules and official entry forms are
available from World of Poetry. 2431 Stockton. Dept. N.
Sacramento. Calif 95817.
Airman Robert Drexler, son of Mr. and Mra. Seymour
Drexler of Miami, has been assigned to Chanute Air Force Base.
Ill after completing Air Force basic training.
Four Miami Beach and North Dade community leaders
have been elected to the board of directors of the Urban League
of Greater Miami Announcement of their acceptances was made
by Marilyn Sher. chairman of the board, and T. WUard Fair,
president of the Urban League.
New directors are Congressman William Lehman of North
Miami Beach Richard Harris. Allan Margolis. and Gerald
Schwartz.
More than 250 leading neuromuscular research scientist will
gather in Key Biscayne June 2-6. for the Muscular Dystrophy
Association's IMDAI sixth International Scientific Conference.
Harvey Joseph, president of the Miami-Everglades Chapter of
MDA. announced.
At the five-day meeting, scientists from the U.S. and 13
foreign countries will explore the most significant current
findings in muscle disease research, Joseph said The theme of
MDA's scientific conference is Diseases of the Motor Unit."
In celebration of its 21st year, the Barbar Haven Biscayne
Cancer League will hold an awards dinner at the Konover Hotel
Saturday. May 31. for 250 of its members who have raised
$104,000 in the past two years for the American Medical Cancer
Research Center in Denver, Colo
The theme of this event is "A Little Bit of Nostalgia: A Little
Bit of the Future." with entertainment provided by the New
World Band Mrs. Murray Levrant of Miami Beach is the
national chairman Bill Goldring. vice president of catering and
marketing at the Konover Hotel, is in charge of the
arrangements.
Rose and Irving Newman of North Miami Beach will be
plane hopping to New Orleans and Philadelphia on the next two
weekends to celebrate two of their three son's graduations
Their eldest Michael is graduating from the Pennsylvania
College of Optometry and will be returning to Miami to practice
as Dr Michael Newman.
Son Stewart is graduating summa cum laude from Tulane
University, where he is Phi Beta Kappa. He is a member of
Omicron Delta Kappa. He will be attending medical school here.
Son Jeffrey has one more year of college to go. but he
already has his life insurance license and is now working in his
father's insurance agency
The Greater Miami Opera, the only major opera company in
the entire southeastern United States, will celebrate its 40th
season in 1980-81 by staging four popular works Verdi's
Nabucco. Lehar's The Merry Widow," Bizet's Carmen"
and Puccini's "Tosca."
The roster of stars who will appear in these productions is led
by Luciano Pavarotti. Carol Neblett. Ingvar Wixell. Josephine
Barstow. Shernll Milnes. Judith Blegen and James McCracken.
i
Getie Greeazweig and Rabbi Shimon Azuiay will be
representing the Central Agency for Jewish Education at the
annual conference of Jewish Communal Service .to be held in
Denver. Colo May 25-28. The theme of the convention is
Profile of the Jewish Community as We Enter the 80's."
Drawings and cast paper works by Janice Hart well,
associate professor of art at Florida State University, are
scheduled to be exhibited at the South Campus Art Gallery of
Miami-Dade Community College through May 16. Entitled
"Topical Tropical." the exhibit will be shown at the following
times Mondays through Thursdays. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.
Mrs. Pearl Kipnfe was reappointed to a sixth term as Miami
Beach rine Arts Board chairperson All existing board members
wars also reappointed In addition, three new members wars
named to the board. Jean Mahler. Rosalie Pincus and Beverlv
Kastenbaum.
Citi/en boards appointed by the County Commission will
com.' under scrutiny by the Dade League of Women \otcr* at its
\l.i\ unit meetings
League meetings are open to t tie public and gu.
wehumr For the date. time, and location, call the LeagiM office
:.:.:*:.:.ttx*x<*sw-^^
Wedding
Mesh- Weiner
i
Ronna Fern Mesh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Howard A. Mesh of Miami, became the bride of
Dan Elliott Weiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mandel
Weiner of Cherry Hill. N.J., in a ceremony May
18 at Beth David Congregation
Officiating were Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William Lipson.
: Bonnie Borresen. the groom's sister, was
:\ matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Joy
?f Rosen, aunt of the bride; Candi Sharpe. cousin of
:; the bride: Michelle Resnick. Roberta Weiss.
:: Robyn Rosen, cousin of the bride: Shan
Weisner. cousin of the groom. Flower girl was
Jeanna Rosen, cousin of the bride; and keeping
the book was Honey Stein.
Scott Mesh, brother of the bride, was best
man. and ushers were Kenny Weisner and Marc
Bernstein, both cousins of the groom: Dr. Thor
: Borresen. brother-in-law of the groom; Richard
I Laiks. Andy Kassier. Jeffrey Rosen, cousin of
: the bride. Ringbearers were Judd Rosen and
: Masion Sharpe. cousins of the bride.
The bride wore a designer cathedral-length
gown of ivory chiffonet and peau d'ange lace
; with seed pearls. The neckline was a Queen Anne
; design in lace The matching lace cap was at
; tached to a three tier chapel-length veil finished
| in lace
The bridal party walked through an arch of
flowers going to the buna The color scheme was
yellow and pastel blue, also the selection of the
bride's parents. 25 years ago in June
The bride's two grandmothers also were in the
bridal party Mrs. Rose Mesh was escorted by
Barney Kanter. the brides great uncle. Mrs.
Edna Rosen was escorted by Al Rosen, the
bride's uncle from Atlanta. Ga
The bride graduated from Killian High School,
attended Oglethorpe University in Atlanta and
Miami Dade Community College South, where
she studied jewelry design and metal sculpture
She was manager of a research company before
moving to California
Mrs Don Weiner
The bridegroom holds a degree in music
engineering technology from the University of
Miami and is employed by Paramount Recording
Studios in Hollywood. Calif He is a mem:
the Audio Engineering Society.
The newly weds will honeymoon in Curacao, i
return to Miami, then leave for a reception in
(hern. Hill before returning to H
where t hey are making their home
:j: Alan H. Sprite and fiancee
Outstanding
Citizen
To Be Named
The 32nd annual Dade County
Outstanding Citizens Award
Luncheon, sponsored by Sholem
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. has been
rescheduled for Thursday, June
19. at noon in the Assembly
Room of the DuPont Plaza Hotel
in downtown Miami.
Deadline for nominations for
men and women to be named the
outstanding citizens of Dade
County has been extended until
June 1. according to Kenneth S
Hoffman, past president of the
lodge and general chairman of the
awards luncheon
Nomination for civic leaders,
for their community efforts on a
strictly volunteer basis, mav be
submitted to Hoffman at I'o
Box014100, Miami. Pel 83101.
Daughter Born
a baby girl was bora to Di
Mn Michael Coverman of
Austin. | ,.x im April
Grandparenta an Di and Mrs
Loufa Coverman ol
Engagement
Karp-Spritz
!
Mr and Mrs Irving Karp of Mian Beach |
announce the engagement of theil :j
Janice Claire to Alan II Spnt/ aon ol Mi ind >
Mrs |r\ ing Spritz of New York City
Miss harp has degrees from the Univei :::
Miami and Barry College
Mr Spritz has degrees from 1 r-pie X
University and New York Universitv and at g
tended Carnegie Mellon Univertit) His 8
specialty is urban affairs and city planning
After a honeymoon cruise in the Caribbean, :j:
the couple will live in Miumi
Janice Karp 'i
Knesset Sports Unit
Favors Olympic Boycott
ByYITZHAKSHARGIL
TEL AVIV ,JTA) The
Knesset Subcommittee for
Sports has voted 6-1 to recom-
mend that the Israel Olympic
< ommittee boycott the Olympic
Games in Moscow this summer
The IOC is scheduled to vote
May 22 on whether to attend the
games.
The subcommittee's chair-
person. Orah Namir. was the onlv
one to vote against the recom-
mendation, saying Israel should
wait until the West European
countries have made their final
decision! She noted that the
European countries could decide
not to go to the Olympics and
then reverse their decision* and
be welcomed with open arms m
Moscow
But she said it Israel voted i<>
l'"^"" the Games and then
changed its mmd. it would be
fromM but
iron
THE RESOLUTION adopted
by the subcommittee called OB
the I(K" to demand that if Israel
did not go to Moscow the I S
Olympic Committee and the
committees of other friendly
nations would not compel, in
other international athletic
events from which Israel wsl
barred
IOC chairman Yitzhak Ofeli
said the Knesset subcommittee
recommendation will DC con'
sidered bafotl the IOC man- I
tie* ision The committee is
scheduled to meet with Pn
Menai hem Begin who IS I
pocted to urge it to boycott the
Games
I he decisions, made b)
Dlympu committees in W
Europe, particularly the ''
1" rmane, ia expat ted to *
hea* ily m the Ism
' >rael i ompi u in intern
e\enli through Ei
federations, since the \rabs
theil tupp
in barring Israel from \-
competition


jj^ma of Eighties'
Pessimism Is Growing
JNFMoves More Earth
Than Ever in History
m YORK Dn,el
ovKh wlH the American
ijh I'ommittee that
mm pessimism on the part
iWncans about the nations
had brought on
about our
but that in

futurv
pessimism
-rsonal lives.
would make a con-
adaptation to new
IBM
,kmg M 'National
The Dilemma of the
at s session of the
, 74th annual meeting.
ttfilovicfi. president of the
research firm of
o-ich. Skelly and White.
lout that Americans were
, a working-through"
.and have yet to find new
aiajnrs for coping, baaed on
latonomic expectations."
Fl BLIC is still
the virtues and
>'"
THE
it*:
ping
back* of economic ex-
won versus | high quality of
andihr\ ire not sure what
- or sacrifices must be
enlist one side or
he ent on The
(irkinf-through' process
jtes the need for a certain
|ayunt of time to think through
i
fatki it one of the
lac:.'-, i leading odd scien-
|*> 'addtti that Americans
be expected to have a
nsea "anger.
nan, disbdiof, denial.
tuppri "I'd panic.
.,; grasping at
tpression exaggeration,
m instability of attitudes
rig one day.
ck of realism.
h wishful
van thing will
U for the best"
that thi :*! l>oth lime
% akialc. and
not:- i ircumstance*.
d politic* thip to "define
ae .<--- the debate and
prop choices and
pnonUwl "are
rial the-*' were
t pstl ii or abnormal
wpor,<-s but rather temporary
humar. responses u> unan-
Ixipited and threatening
life" and signs
,nt of effort it
!Ue> : ;- : ;,> keep panic at
I My hen they first feel
nd before they have
de a constructive adaptation
[tone* circumstances "
HE ADDKDthat the working
trough proceai was dynamic.
Mt*tir. and implied that when
M" sound and fury of the
*-"-l- nad abated, people
ould digest the implications of
[** kilties and find appropriate
Wr*({i.-. for Uwolution and consensus will
' replace ambivalence.
[l VinkeU krh listed several
PTific issues that had created
Public anxiety and confusion"
*" the matter
"us expansion
FnerK> Tne puDik
wvel) engaged m the process of
""rkinn through to a redization
fr* ** "gy shortage may. in
" real At one level of
J?CK*,!,ns p^jp^ know ful,
^ that there is an energy
W>"em and that .t is costing
*m money at the gas station
their home heating bill
""'P *>nt know how real it
a[d the) don't know what to
I*1 ahum it
ivi??1' "' technology -
L'?relov,ch Powud out' that
P"?llc. tudai toward
r."" traditioodl) been
and remained
I nfi.
mediate

nts
n he
i rUtn unti
of restraint
Responsibility of govern-
ment "One of the most fun-
damental changes in national life
over the past several decades has
been the decline of confidence in
government." he stated, adding
that Americans had developed a
paradoxical attitude toward
reducing waste as a method for
cutting taxes without cutting
back favorite programs
Indeed." he cautioned. the
public would oppose any major
cutback in services in a wide
range of areas "
The moral issue Van
deklovtch defined this as the
view that shortages and limits
may be good for you because
they discourage waste, encourage
efficiency, and lead people to
pursue simpler, more frugal, and
less materialistic lives h. added
that "Americans speak en
tusiastically about the benefits ol
a simple, non-materialistic life,
but they have yet to fully in
corporate these benefits into
either their day to day behavior
or their practical planning for the
future
YANKBLOVICH TOLD the
\.K' meeting that he saw the
need for three major precon-
ditions for forming a new
consensus on economic growi h
l "First and perhaps most
important, the country must
the necvssitv for making hard
choices, and these choices cannot
be abstract or theoretical People
must believe that decisions will
have a direct, immediate, and
significant impact on their lives,
and that such choices cannot be
postponed "
2 Effective leadership that
guides the public toward
resolution The way leaders
manage events and conditions
often shapes the public
response." he added It is in-
cumbent on the national
leadership to explain in com-
pelling terms why choices are
necessary and to chart new
directions If sacrifices are called
for. leaders will also have to
present solid evidence that the
burdens will fall equally on all
groups m society
l The public, he said, "must
be given the opportunity to
confront and think through the
real choices." adding that people
in the current climate of
mistrust often sense they have
lost control ovet their lives
They fed more like subjects than
citizens, he said, yet some
decisions an- so important and sc
central to the security and
Stability of the average citizer
that the public must he giver
the time to challenge, probe, anc
question the proposal being
ad\ sliced
If average Americans are
being asked to play, they must
have a chance to make the rules."
he said They will not accept
someone else s judgment that
they have to sacrifice "
Murdered Students 'Friends
Describe Them as 'Normal'
H\ DAVID FRIEDMAN
And YITZHAK RABI
NKW YORK iJTAl A
do/en friends of two of the
v.shiva students murdered in
Hebron as well as four of the
injured, held a press conference
to StnSB that their friends were
not militants but normal
voung people who had gone to
Israel to study and live there
Our purpose in convening this
conference ifl to give flesh and
bones to otherwise cold stalls
tical facts," declared Tuvyah
dross, national youth leader of
Bnd Akiva to which all of the
voung people belonged Many,
including Zvi CiLatt, who was one
of the six killed in Hebron, had
worked with Gross since he had
been a loed Hnei Akiva leader in
Brooklyn
"THESE KIDS w*e vibrant.
warm, concerned, gifted typical
American kids. Gross said He
said talking about them is our
way of venting our anger, frus
t rat ion and pain And by making
them more than just names in a
list, we hope to personali/e them
and memorialize them
Gross said that hopefully"
the attack will demonstrate "to
the American public that the
FIX) and their dk threaten all of
us and our way of life, here and
around the world He added
that there can be no com-
promising with baby slayers and
butchers of innocent, peaceful
students, coming home from
their Sabbath prayers
In addition to Glatt. who
would have been 21 on dune 13,
the group spoke: ol *hmuel
Marmclstein. 19, ol Montreal,
who was also killed, and foUT of
the wounded, Mordechd Sheval
21, ol the Riverdale section ol
[he Bronx Robert Brosovsky,
21: Simhs Wolln
Brooklyn, and Lisa Shern
ol t/>.' ens
GRi ISS '
lerkai I1
ws
H. sai
free time to trying to instill faith
in God in American youth and
dreamed of eventually opening a
high school in the diaspora.
Just one month ago. Zvi
organized a Passover service at a
I'nited Nations liaison base for
both Israeli and UN soldiers."
t Iross said.
One of the participants. Moshe
Pack. told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he
received a letter from Glatt the
day he learned of his death.
Everything, truly everything
which happens for the best
Glatt wrote
Everything, even death, is
>not just good, but very good.
Even death, which seems to be
evil, reveals itself as being truly
good and part of the goodness of
God."
IN A RELATED develop-
ment, about 1,000 high school
and college students from seven
veshivas in the New York metro-
politan area gathered on Fast
65th Street and Park Avenue
near the headquarters of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion for a quiet Vigil of Remem
brance" for the six dead yeshiva
students The rally was held a
few hundred feet from the town-
house headquartering the PLOat
the request of the police. A large
number of police surrounded the
demonstrators and guarded the
Pl.t) offices.
The vigil was sponsored by
Bne. Akiva and the Yeshiva
University Student Council I he
demonstrators carried placards
denouncing the PLO M mur
(|,.r,.rs. butchers" and bar-
barians They also carried
posters with the pictures of the
six v ill mis
Mi snwhile, Rabbi Louis Bern
M,., president ol the Religious
Zionists ol Vmerica, sent a
telegram to President Carter
urging him to public!) condemn
murder ol \merican
, | hat this condem-
ned through the
.. Nations
I III I Ml N Ml W
\..., nnual coi
I sllsburg, N 1 last
weekend
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTAI -
The Jewish National Fund
moved more earth during the
fiscal year just ended than during
any other single year ever. This
earthy. prosaic statistic is
pronounced with love by the
JNF's chairman. Moshe Rivlin.
to illustrate JNF's key role in
changing the face of the country.
The earth. millions upon
millions of cubic meters, was
shifted mainly in the Pit hat
Shalom" area in the southwest,
where 10 new settlements are
being prepared as the "fallback
position" for the soon-to-be-ceded
Pithat Rafah. south of the Gaza
Strip.
FOR THOUSANDS of years,
wind and weather have piled up
massive sand dunes in the
area. which would make
cultivation impossible. The
massive earth-movers and
bulldozers plough through the
dunes and literally shift them
physically, to restructure the
topography and facilitate farm-
ing.
To judge by the Pithat Rafah
experience (the kibbutzim and
moshavim there are also prepared
by the JNF), the farming can
quickly become lucrative and
satisfying
In view of the tight political
schedule, the work at Pithat
Shalom is proceeding, says
Rivlin. literally around the clock
- in three shifts. In scope, time
and volume, therefore, he says, it
is an impressive performance
even by international criteria
To shore up the newly-exposed
farmlands and prevent a reen-
.roachment by the sand, the
earth-moving is followed by the
planting of miles of wind-
breakers
While the Pithat Shalom
project is certainly the focus of
JNF's efforts at this time, it does
not exhaust the JNF's capacities
During the same 12-month period
under review. April, 1979 to
April. 1980. JNF opened up some
100 kilometers of roads in the
Galilee, most of them access
mads -to the new "mitzpim"
(lookout settlements) that the
government and the World
Zionist Organization are setting
up on strategic high land in the
area
THE BASIC aim is to attract
young Jewish settlers and
thereby bolster the Jewish
presence in the Galilee, which,
over recent years, had been
becoming more and more
homogeneously Arab
There were no incidents."
Rivlin notes, "no scandals Not
one inch of privately owned
Arab land was touched against
the owners will. And. equally
important, the new roads and
new settlements whose basic
infrastructure is another JNF
responsibility are not a visual
blight upon the delicate scenery
of the Galilee.
"We are changing the scene
without harming the scenery,
the JNF chairman observes. The
mitzpim are beginning to be
settled now, he continues,
though not at the pace that we
would like to see "
Taken together, these two
major projects carried out
simultaneously with the JNF's
ongoing work at dozens of local
sites represent, says Rivlin. "a
supreme challenge to our
operating capacity, a challenge
that we are successfully
meeting."
MOST OF THE heavy
equipment and its operators are
sub-contracted, but JNF has
maintained its policy of owning
at least 25 percent of the
machinery itself. This has meant
massive purchases of expensive
iron monsters' abroad. The
supervisory staff, moreover, and
the planners and landscapers. are
all JNF personnel
They are genuinely enthused
with the Zionist ideal." says the
chairman of this team of
dedicated professionals He notes
that their pay is invariably less
than that of the men working for
the private contractors The
JNF's forestry department -
perhaps better known than the
earth movers is not resting on
its laurels either This year's
planning calls for 6.000 acres of
wasteland to be planted with
saplings
During recent years. Rivlin
notes, the JNF forests have
begun changing the ecology of
the country and the lifestyle,
especially the recreational life
style of the people On last
Independence Day. for instance,
an estimated one million Israelis
spent the holiday picnicking in
the woods, where the JNF has
installed SCOTM of landscaped
"active recreation" centers, with
rustic design exercise apparatus
that adults can use and enjoy
while the children play in the
mock forts, bridges and streams.
RIVLIN STRESSES that the
JNF's policy now is develop
these recreation areas in close
coordination with the local
authorities In the old days, the
groves were planted by out-of-
work immigrants whom the JNF
employed more out of charity
than out of long term planning
and design
Today, however, every park
and forest is calculated to serve a
specific hinterland, and the
nearby towns and villages are
asked to share in the planning
and the maintenance One result
has been a marked decline in the
incidence of vandalism against
the JNF facilities. Locd people
are beginning to take pride in
their parks, says Rivlin. and look
after them.
Looking ahead, the JNF
chairman points to two major
recreational projects: a "desert
park" already being created at
Timna. north of Eilat. in an area
of 70 square kilometers; and a
rural tourism development
around Mount Meron in the
Galilee


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Women for Rar-Ilan L'nirersity, South Florida Chapter, increased their life membership to a
total of 21, it was announced by Pauline G. Charal. president, pro-ten The organization, >> hii '
began only eight months ago. note has 63 regular members, she said Pictured above are life
members present at the last membership luncheon meeting, hosted by Hose Shapiro, membi
the advisory board, at Seacoast Touers South. (Left to right Ion cr rou I Mmcs. Shoshanna
Spector Asness, Sadie H. Herman. Fannie Wechsler. Rose Shapiro. Freda M Scheinin, Rose
Adler tlife-member. Toronto!. Hay Seidlin. fUpper row) Loretta Goldman, Ruth Goldschein,
Evelyn Zuckerman, MolUe I. Nalanbogen, Pauline G Charal. Sara Lavitt, Ruth I. Wall* r
Pioneer Women Honor Elsa Kreutzer
4 Washington Plays Right
Into Hands of Soviets'
OUR
ReaoeRs
WRite
/ l Thy Wonk BtBntf
Elsa Kreutzer will be honored
by members and friends of the
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women at their May luncheon
Tuesday. May 27. at noon at
Beth Kodesh Congregation
Mrs. Kreutzer. vice president,
adoption chairman and recording
secretary, will be honored for her
long time devotion to the club.
Door prizes, cards and other
games will highlight the af-
ternoon's festivities Proceeds
to Na'amat. Pioneer
sister organization in
will go
Women's
Israel.
For reservations and In-
formation call chapter president
Tillie Sandier
Anatoly Sharansky's book.
Next Year in Jerusalem, will be
reviewed by Harriet Groan at the
Gold* Meir Chapter of Pioneer
Women meeting Wednesday.
May 28. at noon. in the
auditorium of Washington
Savings and Ix>an Association,
1234 Washington A VS., Miami
Bench.
Katherine I.ippman. president
of the chapter, will preside over
the mooting Refreshments will
be served at the meeting which is
free and o|H-n to the public
Rose \beis is chairman of the
afternoon.
Elliot Eiseman Heads
Temple Beth Moshe
On Tuesday evening. May 18,
Temple Beth Moshe held its
annual elections for officers and
board members for 1980-81
Retiring president Jay Tisch-
enkel chaired the meeting at
which the following people were
elected
President. Elliot Kiseman.
Vice Presidents. Harvey Fried-
man. Samuel J Jaffee. Seymour
Smoller and Ruth Strehan;
Treasurer. Abraham Haum-
garten. Financial Secretary, Mel
vyn Trute: Recording Secretary.
Marilyn Mandel Corresponding
Secretary. Pearl l.e\ an
Board of Directors: Sherman
Baumnnd. Sidney Feigenbaum.
Harold L Fein. Alvin Korfin,
Joseph Krevolin. Herbert S Lel-
chuk. Robert Shellow. David
Stone. Norman Tischenkel and
Rita Weissman
Board of Governors: Bernard
Cheney. Selma Herzog, Dr. Ber-
tram P. Shapiro, Dr. (ieorge
Segal. Ktta Thayer and Charles
Weissman
Eiseman, the newly elected
president, was born and raised in
Aventura Election
<>n May 29 at 8 p.m there will
be a general meeting for election
of Aventura Jewish Center
Temple officers and board
members
KlUot Eiseman
Cleveland. Ohio. He has been a
resident of Miami for the past 14
yean and an active member of
Beth Moshe for six years. He is
president of First State
Securities Corp
He and his wife Gail an- the
parents of three children, Blake.
10, Amy. H. and Corey. 4. As
chairman of the hoard of
directors last year. Fiseman has
on many occasions stressed the
important role of the synagogue
on the American Jewish scene
Samuel Goldstein
Goldstein
Appointed
at Emanu-El
Samuel P Goldstein has been
appointed executive director <>f
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach
Born and raised in Miami.
Goldstein graduated from the
University of Miami, receiving a
BA degree in administration
Goldstein resides in South
Miami with his wife, the former
Sandy Blackman. and two
children. Brian and Shana
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian.
The Miami Herald has
reported that the Defense
Department concluded on paper
war games wherein U.S. forces
confront the Soviet Union in the
Mideast Washington has been
playing a game of war that will
never be But it has been playing
a real game for keeps
playing, albeit unwittingly, right
into the hands of the Soviets
Russia will not invade
Pakistan or Iran or any other
Mideast country It doesn't have
to We've let them deal their own
cards, and we re "helping them
now as we have been helpingthem
tor yean U) build up and to hold
BJld soon to play I w inning hand.
WHEN Afghanistan is as
-ill.n- as her satellite Fastern
Europeans, and it will be not
matter how many hundreds of
thousands ol troops anil multi
billions in armaments u takes
Moscow will issue cordial in
vitations to the Sheiks and other
leaders of the Mideast OPEC to
come and \isit so's we can
discuss ways of Iim leasing our
good relations and mutual
friendship and trade
Translated into Fnghsh this
means. How much more than 60
per cent of your oil art' you
prepared to sell to us' Should
anybody have the temerity to
object, he will be given a taps
meaeun and asked to measure
the distance from Afghanistan's
west border and their oil wells
Then' will lie no nei-d to place
missiles on that border The
Soviets prose that the) have
them and that at 300or 400 miles
the) i an literally hit a pinhead
INSTEAD OF playing war
games \\ ashington should l>e
giving serious consideration to
8 What concessions are we and
the rest of the free world going to
make to Russia when her fists are
n Arab oil vah/es? After
Moscon mts through with the
Mideast Opeckera. well all get
the next round of Soviet in
vitatione;
f How do we COpe with
Russian domination of the
Mideast? How mam Americans
are in those countries' What of
MIT investments '
W hen do we start
recognising that for years now
ire vs gotten nowhere in our
preparations for this energy
crunch and thai some of the delai
ma)be most ,,t n was Scaiet
underwritten'' I he fake
detente that raised our hopes
dosed our eyes and draeticalh
cut our defenses; the phony Salt
I thai put us (o sleep longer; the
[.homer Suit II that e\ en ROW is
Championed by President Carter,
who is not impressed b) com
Russian and SCTViCBB Ul SurfSlUe
Memorial Da)
shebang' Is,,, ,|r, Jn> ^
k-ft m Washington enough (o
-<' that this step ..
state, was part tnd :
whole grand chess gan nat the
Soviets cooked up ,
alM>ut to win b\ he. kl
SHORTLY BEPORi
War II, this fret
Britain and Frana n the
forefront
hoslovskis so that *.. could
have peace m our turn ihat
peace didn't last long \ .
w aahington see thai msu
joining this same Hntain and
France in sacrificing Ism
Oil in our time that the I
States must stop this a,
and to tr% to reversi
downward trend I today
barer in respect arrinni
world's nations thai ever m
histOT) i and on. .
m. an something .<,
Perhaps the simples) ...
of the quicksand >
is to decide what Waal
Jefferson or Low
Roosevell or Hsrr> l-
would do if the) w. n
boal '
MENDELL M SELIC
Farbandto
Celebrate
Shavuoth
l^-ln-diker ( uban
w ill feature a Sha\ Ul
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Beat h This is the las; ; .,
this season Information on how
to proceed in i ss luring
t he ^ acal ion seeson w ill l>. .
b) the president \ Sha\uoth
atmosphere will prevaila with
Mr and Mrs | ,, V'udofl
(Iscar Shapiro. I.ailu h Kotl
Lube Kranti partipai \lw
taking part will be Vice I
I ann) I libson, \ i Pn
i lacar Shapiro I n
Morns | emrea 1 eoi
Mendl Rot man and Sam H
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I S armaments
AND COllLDNT it be that
the anti nukers and the anti-
registrations idraftl wen- sub
verted and are supported by the
same forces that supported the
movement that pushed out the
Shah, that kept the Ayatolla in
comfort in France, that trained
students" in terrorist methods,
that organized, directed and
produced the Teheran Embassy
takeover and the hostage
captivity for nearly a half
with no end in sight?
And that taught the world how
year
Olympic barracks, in an
nurseries.
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News aravte* tt*tcri>om ht aM in Mvmc
When will Washington become
aane enough to realize that
establishment of an independent
state on the West Bank and in
C.aza means a PLO-run state, and
that no agreements, treaties,
monitoring or any other
foolishness will prevent Soviet
"technicians and experts" from
coming in right plunk in the
middle of the whole Mideast
sixmsored by the town ol Sur
bide in cooperation with tb
Jewish War Veterans ol Posi N
723, will be held on Monde) Msj
26. beginning at 1 I S m at
Surfside's Veteran s Park In the
event of rain, sen ices w ill be held
in the Surfsule Community
Center.
Congressman Claude Psppsr
will be present For further in
formation, contact the SurfskK
Tourist Board.
B'naiB'rith Women
B'nai Brith Women. North
Dade Chapter No. 809. will be
celebrating the 32nd anniversary
of the State of Israel and the 36Uj
anniversary of the B'nai H rtih
Women Children's Home in
Israel at the Washington Federal
Bank. 633 NE 167th St.. North
Miami Beach. Fie., st 8 p.m..
Tuesday. May 27.
Entertainment will be by the
Chosen Children Directors of
this group are Howard Neu and
Bud Breitbart. Guests and
relatives are invited.


litwin Prize Student at Bar-Han
- thown on the campus of />'.
Special lo Th* Jr wish Klondian
Dm Litwin *)n of Mr and Mrs Ha.w..
Litwin >( Miami Beach, n the onlj t-Trf^iTn
-tuii.ru i.i in- awarded a s[- standing scholastic achievement at Harllan
l niversit) Ml other prize winners were I araelia
l*he prut vs a- announced by Peter Goldring
president of Florida Friends of Harllan
I niversit)
Do\ .i second year student at the universit) is
studying life sciences and general studies His
achievement i- considered the more remarkahle.
-aid Goldring be* suse all courses m the second
year are given in Hebrew whereas m the first
reai foreign students take their courses in
I- nglish
Goldring, who-.- own son, Kenneth, is a first
student at the university, recalled that he
had met l>o\ when he visited the universit) last
\ sai and was impressed ith his fine qualities
l)o\ entered the university from Montreal a
v.ar and a halt ago He was a graduateol Herzlia
Hi^h School and >pent one year at junior college
applying to Harllan Universit)
Originally, he had intended to attend the
universit) for o year, but had so enjoyed the
atmosphere it the school and th.- camaraderie
among the students that he decided to return

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St I in art
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drama
ippeared in
iys including
pla) ing the
planned
ind Ballroom
1 I Special
-"--' il dude Shan s
Mrs \nna
Miami lieach and
Mrs I.ilhan
Asthma Center
Donor Luncheon
Tt*anr,ua: donor luncheon of
17 ">* Chapter of the
' Jewish Hospital-
2" < Its Center w.||
J^P"' Ma) 21 at the
|JJ*blesu Hilton Motel at
rJtrif1 "'"" <>"Knal show
tT ^ b> ""> of l.rler
\"* was written and
ludie Merger
pSSra..... '^ b>
law"" '"rt ure 1'eena
'&rm ShwH Ctahin.
"7 ">an. Fdlie Kaiser.
gJW: Milli. Koren. Jud.th
%L V; '"' Mo9k- Ro*
V*RE'aLM 'ltrant.
| gjekoff, Selma Rap-
1 Simon. Sylvia
F*rgand Selma Turataky
GREGORY GROSSM \N
Oregon Stewart, son ol Mr
and Mrs \rthur Grossman will
! called to thi is a Mar
Mit/\ ah Sat morning,
Ma) i at 1 mple t irOlon
. i- a sevi nth .
lA BSl Miami Junior High and
also stu nds the Gifted Progran
at (oral Gahle<- Iligl S. nol II.
plan- i,, oontinui his Hebrew
st udies throuj ion
Mr and Mr- Gi
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Mi ind Mrs ner
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Miv H f Cm
cinnal
Rabbinical
Conclave Here
Rabbi Bernard Rosen
sweig, president of the
Rabbinical Council ol
Vmerica. hu-h represents
l.ooo Orthodox rabbis
serving m all parts ol the
United Mates and Canada.
i.k!.i\ announced the ap-
pointment of Rabbi Steven
M Dworken spiritual leader
' hi \nshe (he sell
Center, Linden
\ J is i airmai >l the 44th
on\ ent ion
The event is slated tor
Jun< iribbean
Hotel. Miami Beach
I! ibbi Rosensweig also
appointed Rabbi Maurice
mm, spiritual leader of the
Beth Jacob Congregation,
Beverl) Hills, Calil is co-
Rabbis from ever) part of
the I mted States and
t anada are expected at the
i on\ ent ion
School of Fine Arts Program Sunday
The tenth annual grand finale
ot th.- School ol I- inc \ris will Im-
held on Sunda) Ma) i at t
p m at Temple lieth Sholom,
Miami Beach
Cultural director Jud) l>;
and Rabbi l.eon Kroiush. D-D..
will preside over the ^ oung
Pet Son's Cultural Arts Festival
After the presentation, there
will Im- an exhibition >>f artwork
t>\ the students in the Lows
L. s irison \n (laller)
(Her 150 students participate
in t he alter school tine arts
program The facult) includes
\ndree Juliette Brun. Jay W
Jensen, Dorothy (Pom-hie)
Knopke, Roberta Silbret and
Henr) Small Roberta Gordon
and Kath) Lynas share the
directorship of the school
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Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion

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NASSO During the long vears of wandering in the desert. :|:
Moses used all his patience and wisdom to mold the Israelites X
into a powerful, united people He strengthened the laws of g
cleanliness without which a young nation might fall into decay |
and sickness ft
Tell the Israelites s.ud the Lord, that they must remove |
| from their camp those who suffer from leprosy and those who :::
have become unclean bv touching a dead body 1 hey must not g
| make the camp unclean tor M) spirit is among them g
Remember this whan man or a woman does a wrong |
1 against a fellow -nan it shall be considered a sin against the :::
S Lord The) shall confess their sin and return to the owner what .:.
S the) tune taken, adding to it a fifth of what it is worth.
1 The Lord did not only admonish the Children of Israel He :j:
also demonstrated His love for them by blessing them TtaLord :
3 said to Moses Tell Aaron and his sons With these words shall ft
sou bleSS the Israelites Mas the Lord I.less yOU and keep VOU .;.
5 Ma) the Lord make 11.^ face shine upon you and Ik- gracious s
:;! unto you! Mas the Lord lift up His countenance upon you and |
A::: cis y ou p- t> i :
>nor Luncheon Theee words have compnaed the Priest)) Benediction from S
kd | those days unto our own n 4.21 |
L^r>UMlMNOftBlGtll
mZ ., Xnu'r^n Murachi
"" b. held on Sandav.
Deauvflls Hotel
there and Pathaca in
honored
I
,Tha r.con..n, ot the Wee*!* Port.on o. fh, La- .s ''"'' "**
upon Th. Graphic Ho.o-, ol Hli Je^.ih Her.t.,e w","y^ XmZX
lUw.r SIS pubUhed b, Sb*9 IY? N.V York N Y 10CJI Joseph Sthl.n, present ol the sot.rt*
d.ttnbuting the volume
Mount Sinai's Auxiliary wen installed at the
group's annual luncheon Mrs James H (Alice! Ruby, who
sen. nancial coordinator from 1974-80, was installed as
dent She takes m r the nui el from Mrs Gerald (Louise!
Smith Shown, from left, are Mrs Smith. Mr Sinai Executive
Via President Alvin Goldberg, Mrs Ruby, and Chairman of
tht Hoard of Tn.st.es. Ed ward Shapiro
Memorial Day Service in W. Miami
U eat Miami Post No 223 and
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
will hold its annual Memorial
!)ay services on Sunday. Ma)
at '.* 10 a m at the Ma
Kdmund F Cooper Park (for-
merly Open -space Park) su
">~th Court and Kith Street. West
Miami.
Post Commander \!>e Baki r
and \uxiliary ('resident. Tanya
l.e\ ine invite the public to attend
these services which have been
held tor over 25 sears The
service will take place at the
Cenotaph, which was presented
b) the Post to the cits ol West
Miami
Ciuest speaker will be Morns
Harris of Temple Beth Tov. who
will lead the group in a memorial
tribute to the late Rabbi Charles
M Rubel Temple Beth To*
and .i friend to the Post and
Auxiliary
Memorial prayers will Ik- said
tor all veterans Participating in
the flag raising ceremony will be
members ol a local (iirl Scout
troop and members ol the Post
Honor Guard led by Joseph
\chtman, and the Department of
Florida Honor Ciuard, let! b)
Norman Levine Poet \uxiliar)
Americanism chairmen, \l
Isgar and Natalie Rosenberg
state that refreshments will i
mts .-d alter t he ceremonies
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Fndav Night Services 8 15 p m
Guest Speaker. Sam Topf. presi
dent of American Technion
Society Adult Choir to sing. Satur-
day Morning Service 8:30 am Bar
Mitzvah ol Gregory Socherman
Candlelighting
Time
7:46
8Sivan 5740
IBETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr Ma A Lipschitz. Rabb-
Cantor Zvee Aroni
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr Baumgard
S Miami 667 5587 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chetitz. Associate Rabbi
Friday Service at 8:30 p.m.
The Children ot Israel"
The Confirmation Class
Torah Service. Saturday at
9:15snd 11:15a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R. Gerstein. Ass't. Rabbi
HjHin Wm M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone. 854-3911 Dally Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dads Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Dr Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler Cantor
Friday Evening Services 6 p.m
Saturday Morning Services 9 am
Dr Lehrman will preach
at 10:30 am
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 859-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segsl
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Mlnyon for Yahrzelten
Dally 7:45 a.m. a 5:30 p.m.
Late Frl. Eve. Service 8:15 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE JUOEA
5500 Granada Blvd Relorm
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 Abramowltz
Friday services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services st 9 s.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chsse Avenue st 41st St.
Dr Leon Kronlsh 538-7231
Cantor David Convise* Liberal
Sabbath Services. Frl., 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18001 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley. Rsbbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rsbbi
Irving Snulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:1 S p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Fridsy of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services -
10:30 s.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
M l* Fl 33131 3'94S53
ris I Bogage Oi.ecio' Union ol
'-g.*g|ion
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 271 -2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
Thurs.. May 22. 9 a.m., Shavuoth
Services Yizkor Services. Dr.
Shapiros topic: "Chosen. For
Whet?" Fri.. May 23, 8:15 p.m..
Late Services Adult Bat Mitzvah
Sabbath. Dr. Shapiro will speak:
"The Ordination of Women A
Fateful Decision." Adult Bat Mit-
zvahs
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
"110 NE '63'a St N Miami Baach Fia 33'82
44 7 6094 Rabbi David B San/man eneculiv*
ov actor
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone:576 4000
Rabbinical Association Ottice


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Business Notes
Robert HiuUit h.i- bean appointed advertising manager fur
the Marketing DepartnMnl m American Savings and Loan
\ss,munion f Florida The announcement was jointly made b)
Morria \ Broad, praaidant, and Barry 1) Siegel, vice
president communical ions
Radlei holds .1 dagraa in communication! from Emaraon
College, Boston, Maaa Prior t<> hi- appointmant, Radlar waa
director i>t advertising for .1 Florida baaed insurance compart)
Hi' resides nh his wife m Miami
Morria N, Hroad. president ol American Savings and I .wan
V-MM-iiitinn of Florida, announced that the net earning- ol
Vmerican Savings for the first mx months of the currant fiscal
\e.ir ending March 31, 1980, ware 18.979.769 or 13 82 per share.
up T 4 percent from S8.359.391 or $;< 41 per share earned in the
same six-month period tor fiscal 1979
Broad also announced the following managerial ap-
pointments
Mrs Van Moa-t is a graduate of Westchester State College
111 I'rnnsv Ivania
Em Benjamin has been named assistant branch manager at
the North Miami Meach office of Washington Savings and I. \ssim 11H1..11 of Florida
BakH* & Company in Miami received a special can
memorative plaque in recognition ol 2fi years of distinguish, d
service to the public aa a representative of nrainan'a Fund
Insurance 1 ompaniaa
Sam Seitlin. chairman of the agenc) and M Stephen Jack
man. praaidant BCCeptad the award from J.B. Johnson, resident
vice president and manager ol the Fireman's Fund Tampa
branch office
Opening of a New York information center for the Century
Villages in Florida was announced b) Michael A. Rich, vice
president operations of Century Village West. Inc a whollv
owned subsidiary of Cenv ill Communities. Inc.
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Michele G are lick has been appointed branch manager of the
Waal Hollywood office Garelick has been with American
Savings since 1976. holds a degree from City University of New
York and resides with her husband and family in Coral Springs.
Lorraine S. Miller has been appointed branch manager of
the Gait Ocean Mile office in Fort Lauderdale. Miller has been
with American Savings since 1978. holds a degree from Florida
Atlantic University and resides with her husband and family in
Margate
Gary W. Pollard has been appointed branch manager of the
Emerald Hills office in Hollywood. Prior to joining American
Savings. Pollard was a branch manager of a Dade County finan-
cial institution. Pollard holds a degree from City University of
New York and resides with his wife and family in Sunrise.
Donald R. Ryff has been appointed branch manager of the
North Miami Beach office Ryff holds a degree in finance from
Iona College in New York and was formerly an assistant
manager with Dollar Savings Bank in New York He resides
with his wife in North I-auderdale
Kenneth H. Schick. Jr.. has been appointed branch
manager of the Young Circle office in Hollywood. Schick has
been with American Savings since 1977. holds a degree in
business administration from Florida Atlantic University and
resides in Pompano Beach.
Morris Rego has been appointed branch manager of the new
Golden Glades (North Dade County! office of American Savings
and lx>an Association of Florida
Rego holds a degree in business administration from
Florida International University and has been with American
Savings since January 1976. Prior to his appointment. Rego was
the assistant branch manager at American's Rayside office in
Miami Beach He resides with his wife and family in Miami
American Savings, with assets exceeding $1.7 billion, is the
fourth largest savings and loan association in the state of
Florida and the 28th largest in the United States
Stanley Kopetoff. branch manager of Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan Association of Miami. North Miami Reach,
has been named the 1980 Boss of the Year by Interama Chapter
of the American Business Women's Association (ABWAI The
award was presented by F.dna Schonwetter. Boss Night chair-
man, at the chapter's annual Boss Night Meeting. April 22
Boss Night is an annual event established to honor em-
ployers of ABWA members and to familiarize employers with
the educational association Deborah Epstein, vault custodian
for Flagler Federal, nominated Kopeloff for this honor.
J. David Liebman. South Dade attorney and civic leader,
has been elected president of Mango Realty. Inc.. which has
opened offices at 25200 SW K9th A\e Princeton.
Liebman will continue to maintain law offices in Home
stead, where he served for several years as municipal judge, and
in Miami The new real estate firm will specialize in groves,
acreage, condominiums and industrial and commercial
properties in South Florida, with special emphasis on the
grow ing South Dade market.
Liebman. president of the Jewish Vocational Service of
Greater Miami, is past president of the Homestead Bar Assoc-
iation and former president of the South Dade Kiwanis Club
The board of directors of Jefferson Bancorp. Inc.. a
registered bank holding company headquartered in Miami
Beach, announced a 5 percent stock dividend which wdl be
issued on Mav 2.1 to stockholders of record as of Mav 5. 1980
Barton S Goldberg, president of Jefferson National Banks.
announces the following appointments:
Elaine Cuccaro has been promoted to assistant \ ice
president of Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach
Cuccaro previously held the position of assistant cashier.
and is a member of the National Association of Banking
Women Cuccaro is married and lives in South Dade She was
graduated from the University of Miami with a degree m
marketing
Annette Spima has been promoted to assistant vice
president of Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach
Spaaa moved up from assistant cashier and has been
associated with Jefferson National Banks for three years She is
married and is a resident of North Bay Village
Nancy Van Yoaat has been promoted to assistant vice
president of Jefferson National Bank at Kendall Mrs Van
\ oast prev KHishy served as assistant cashier She moved from
California four years ago to her current home in South Kendall
and has worked at the Jefferson National Bank since then
Located in Suite Kill of the Workmen's Circle Building. 4.r>
F 33rd St the office has U-rn leased from the Council of Jewish
Organizations in Civil Service, Inc. representing more than
100.000 members f ;t9 Jewish fraternal and religious
organizations in the New York metropolitan area.
South Miami Mayor Jack Block has been appointed to the
board of directors of the Bank of Florida in South Florida, it was
announced by bank president Victor F. Raymond.
"We are honored to have the professional expertise and
community insight of Mayor Block to help guide bank policy,
said Raymond in his announcement
The Bank of Florida in South Florida is keenly concerned
with responding to financial needs of our business and
residential customers.'' Raymond continued "We are fortunate
to have the benefit of the wisdom of a man who has for 12 years
been South Miami s chief spokesman. Mayor Jack Block.
Eliaa S. Kouatefanou has been appointed assistant vice
president of the Bank of Florida in South Florida
Formerly an assistant branch manager with the Southeast
First National Bank of Miami. Koustefanou will be responsible
for administrative and lending procedures for the bank
The Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants has
announced that a North Miami Beach resident is the High
Grade Award winner for those CPA candidates successfully
completing the November 1979 Uniform CPA Exam Esther L.
Katz. an accountant in the tax department of Touche Ross &
Co was the top scorer among the 470 Flondians passing the
exam
Elwin C. Moland has been promoted to assistant cashier of
Jefferson National Bank of Kendall
Moland has worked for Jefferson National Banks for five
\ ears, mov ing up from head teller
Moland. a resident of Pemne. graduated from the
University, of Oklahoma in 1971 He is a veteran of the United
Stalls \ir Force
Gary B. Cole, senior vice president and Michael Shapiro,
vice president and trust officer of Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach, have heen appointed to key positions of the
Florida Bankers \s-.,K-i.it ion
Cole was named to the commercial lending committee and
Shapiro was designated for the marketing and public relations
commit tee
Jerome A. Beiinsky has been promoted to executive vice
president and elected to the board of director of Jefferson
National Bank of Miami Beach
His election was announced by Arthur H Courshon. chairman
of the board of the bank
Beiinsky also was elected a director of Jefferson National
Bank of Kendall
Norman M Giller. vice president of the
Ikinda Board of Architecture: Barton S.
9ldberg. P*"1 president of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce, and State Sen
Sherman S. Winn have been elected to three-
year terms on the board of directors of Jef
raoa Bancorp. Inc According to Arthur H
Courshon. chairman of the board of the Miami
Beach-based firm
Holdover directors include Courshon. John
V> tarter. David Fenton. Louia Harris and
Leonard H Schwartz
I ?ttX ,Mu *"*" If be*n PPoint*d associate executive
etc* at Biscay ne Medical Center bv Donald F Slewmn
MuSiVBeach^10' ^ PnV"td> ownd ^P'1*1 m North
K-vISS^ii n*t'iVe F2?' cwmw to Mjm Medical from
Bay side Hospital in \ :rg,ma where he has served as assistant
executive director since Julv 1978
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FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
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WNI BONSWELL
LITTLE IOHN
Respondent Husband
TO JOHNNY BONSWELL
LITTLI IOHN
c oT'r.neiipf
A|rnt"ulture
Burralslioom
Belize
Central Ainmci
VOL- ARK NOTIFIED that
Action (or DISSOLUTION
OF JURRIAUE has been filed
Hinst you and yo,, ,,,
Quired to serve a copy of your
mten answer and defenses. If
'7,,.' on DANIEL
L.AU.LP KSQ. plaintiff!
J-torney whose address l! 2186
WMO Street Suite 309 Coral
<. Florida JI1J4 on or
"'we June 1J. |M0. and file
* onjmai with the clerk of
court either before oervtce
Plaintiff 1 attorney or tav
mediately thereafter, other
M* 1 default will be entered
njmt you for the relief
manded in the complaint or
petition *^
*TNESS my hand and the
JJJJ of this court on May T.
Richard p Brlnker. Clerk
'IT* of the Court
"yM J Hartnett
A. Deputy Clerii
^g__ May >. 16, u, mo
...NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
nvsX CK ls HEREBY
V^'-N that the undersigned.
"*;,' "ctltlou. name, of
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WOuV^.' ,NC 0 b a
CIl 1. S AUTOMOBILE
'i ml, rt TRUCK
WVER8 MOTOR CLUB at
FiL\ ,2th Av". Miami.
'" 5m with the Clerk of the
feCour<'Dad. County.
AHKAMCLEMER.
PRESIDENT
TINAfl.KMER.
*"' retary. Treasurer
May. 16.23. SO. 1*80
NOTICE Or ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 60 4124 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE TOE MARRIAOI *
CARMEN MA/.l ERA
Wife
and
111 ENAVENTURA
M\/1 ERA
Husbami
Tt> Hi ENAVENTURA
MAZUERA
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\ ierk 1 1r< ult Court
Dade Count) Florida
B) Clarlnda Brown
Ai iN-puly Clerk
Or, Mil Court Seal 1
OflUB May* l :'3. SO. 1**0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat* No M-MIIFC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
OSORIAOARCIA
IVtitionrr Wife
*" AN MANUEL GARCIA
Respondent huiband
TO Juan Manuel Garcia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a Petition for Dl
solution of Marriage haa been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the
Petitioner or Wife's Attorney
Donald Males. Esq 2301
Collins Avenue. Suite M .
Miami Beach. Florida S313t
and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before Ihe 20 day of June. 10.
otherwise a Default Judgement
w ill be entered against you
Dated at Miami. Dade
County. Florida this day of
May iwex)
RICHARD P BRINKER
tlerk of the Circuit Court
ByM J Hartnett
l>eputy Clerk
OW30 Mayl8.2S.lW0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Kendall Secretarial Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
ANN PA1J.OT
IM1SSW MO
Miami. Fla S31ST
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO *0 41?1
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THK MARRIAGE Of
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M6VS3FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RlAr STH1
SI
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CER kSIN
Hual
m RAIJ'H IEROME
CERASINI
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
NKNOWN
Vi n ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
Ixi-n died against you and you
ar>- required to serve a copy of
\.uir written defenses. If any. to
it on AIJIKRT I. CARRI
CARTE PA., attorney for
Petitioner whose address la
;>jll NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida S3125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 20. lt, 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
ecutive weeks In THE JEW
ISHFI.OKIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 12 day of May
1MB
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal)
Albert L Carrlcarte. P A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida SS126
I306I64S-T91T
Attorney for Petitioner
OdlMT May 16. 23. 30.
JuneB 18*0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QTVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the ficlltlou name of TV-
MAGAZINE at number 3BT7
NE 164th Street. In the City of
Miami. FL 33160. Intend to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
23rd day ol April. IBH0
SAMUELLBRENNER
MARILYN BRENNER
LEO PI.OTKIN Esy
Attorney (or Applicant
eStttSM 4th Street
Miami. Florida 3.1144
UNlUo May 16. 23. 30.
June 6. 1980
NTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 60 71'3FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in re the mamai
MICHAELS vtEi.en
Petitioner Husband
LYNE WELCH
Rl -[>,m.1ent Vk lie
ELAYNE WELCH
eestown I .;No 22'.
gton Kentui ky 406O6
V"i ARE NOTIFIED that
1 lion (or DISSOLUTION
(lied
are
.. .. ; if your
writtel 11 I !i-iense! K
DANIEL
IT ESQ, (,...ii\ti((
- ... address 11 2851
1 tit) Coral
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IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF
TME TM JUDICIAL
ON CUI T IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
No SO 634 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N
A
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Ml
NOTICE UNuER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
1; i \ 1 '
iag< .
under Ihe fictitious name LI Z
\l. IK \; ES rHi 4.TRIC \:
AGENCY .11 .'-".- Hi-,.t>ni-
Boulevard Miami Florida
3SIS7 intends lo register said
name with the Clark ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
I.l/.M SIEGEL
HERBERT SEIDEI.
Attorney (or
l.t /. MORALES
THEATRICAL AQENCY
iktii'- May*. 16 23.30. I960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TME CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR
OADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 90 4744 FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
RICHARD A ASTWOOD
Petlltoner Husband
and
LORRAINE A ASTWOOD.
Respondent Wife
TO LORRAINE A ASTWOOD
c o E llxabeth G ar land
Grand Turk
Turks and'Calcos.
Bahamas
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 ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1516 NW 16T St..
Suite noli Miami. Florida.
33169. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before June IS.
i960, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
pi .int 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 aald court at Miami
Florida on this Tth day of May.
I960
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
()NN29 May 9. 16.
23,30. 1960
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CHASE SHERMAN OF
CORAL GABLES at 286
Miracle Mile Coral Gables
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
1 our-. o( Dade County Florida
Chase A Sherman of
Coral Gable;* Inc a
Florida Corporation
Mai Fabar
MUM rat} for applicant
\ tie) Bldg
Miami Fla SSI S3
0M6I Ma)
June* 7 19M'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
n that the undersigned
desiring ihe engage in buatnesa
1 rii UUoua name
VENETIAN HARBOR
1 INDOMINII M intend! to
-aid name with the
Clerk ,il Circuit Court or
^ ida
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAVk
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leaua 1 lutierrei
M LI tAI
Attorney tor Smolai fc
1 iulll '
24 Weal Flaglei St reel
Miami Florida 53130
IWH6< Ma) 23. 30.
JuneH 13 I9r.li
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 60-WI FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ELA MAS SERRANO.
Petitioner Wife.
and
HUGO VALENTE SERRANO.
Respondent Huaband.
TO HUGO VALENTE
SERRANO
Norte Ciento Clnco
Mazorra
Reparto Haluarte. Havana.
CUBA
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED thai an acUon foi
Dissolution of Marriage hai
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any.
to It on CEASE A CEASE
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2T20 W Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida. U.S.A .
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June. 2T. 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 consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May.
19140
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By J HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
CEASE A CEASE
2720 W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Attorney for Petitioner
|iiMS7 May2S.S0.
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY
Cat* No. NUM
Family Division FC
IN KK The marriage of
C'AKMKN MCLACOHLIN
petitioner
and
THOMAS MCLAICHLIN
Respondent
Mono or action
Tt> THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN
Margaret
M. l.aughlln
SOI KaatM2SI
New York City
New York
wil akk NOTIFIED that
an action foe Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
r '-quired to serve a copy of your
w ritten defenses if any to It on
CARMEN MCLAUGHLIN
Petitioner whose address Is
. o I.IKHKKMAN HF.N
JAMIN A ASSOCIATES, P A
77 Sunset Drive Miami.
Florida 33137 Phone 9M-3SW.
on or before June 30, 1880. and
HI. the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter other
*.-. a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
Witness m v hand and the seal
Ol thlaCourt on MayO I960
Richard P Blinker. Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By C 1' Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
0KH41 May IS. 23. 30.
June* 1WW)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M-7101FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re ri
!.! CY I- IZI l.
Petition
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BARRYC FLEISHER ESO,
130 i in* oln Road Sulta t3*
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10-50)1
FAMILY OIV.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
It CHEN MOCOMBI
Petitioner
and
l.AROSA MOOOMBC
Respondent
TO LAROSA MOOOMBE
Oaneral Dalrearj
Borjonc Haiti
-> (it AKK HEREBY NOT!
KIED 'hat an action for
OhlUOfl of Marriage haf
baan filed against you and yoi.
.quired to serve a copy of
mur written defenses If any. to
li on BENNETT D FCLTZ.
ES4J, attorney for Petitioner
whose address is CIS SVY 12th
\.. nue. Miami Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
ol the abOl e sty led court on or
before July 11 1*0. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
Thla notice shall be published
once each week for four con
serutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLOHIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this IS day of May.
MM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V Bark ley
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
**W- Msv33 30
June 6. 13 18S0
N THE CIRCUI i LOUKT O*
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (O-tOSS FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
ANA AMELIA
YOLANDA ADAMS
Petitioner Wife
and
ROBERTH ADAMS
Respondent Husband
TO Mr Robert H
Adams
c o Edith Adams
Haw itt Avenue
Buffalo, New York
YOI ARK HEREBY NOTI
KIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
baan filed against you and your
,|n ,if your
written defenses. If any. to It on
ARTHI'RH I.IPSON attorney
(or Petitioner, whose address Is
1515 NW 17 SI Suite HOB
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled COUII on or before
June ft 1BK0. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 24 day of April.
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A I) Wade
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
'"____May 3. B. 18.33. 1MHU:I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No MsOSfFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
. INI KM \ HOVE
Petitioner Husband
anil
VRI.ENE BO\ E
pondenl Wife
IRLENE BI l\ r
I.enue
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Lou i Esquire
te 331
M an B> ai I Km rida uu
Attorney for Petitioner
ok -1 Mai) 1.9.16.:
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 71*5 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The marriage of
ALEJANDRO YBARRA
Petitioner Husband
and
OR %CE YBARRA
Respondent Wife
TO GRACE YBARRA
1304 Cedar Hnve
Killeen Texas
yoi ARK HEREBY NOTI
EIED lhal an action for
Dlaaoiutlon Of Marriage has
filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
Miur w ritten defenses. If any I"
it on M1CAHEL P WEIS
BERi; aUornsy Mr Petitioner
whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road Suite KM Miami Beach.
Florida 33130. and file the
original with the clerk of the
, styled court on or before
June 27 10. otherwise a
default will be entered against
lor the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
Ttils notice shall be published
OBCa each week for four con
SOI utlve weeks In THE
JEWISH Kl.oKIlUAN
WITNESS my hand and th
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 15 day of May
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Michael P Weiaberg Esquire
430 Lincoln Road Suite 303
Miami Beach. Florida 33130
XKW531 OStl
Attorney for Petitioner
OWSe. May 23. 30
June* 13 .8*0
Ml
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80-370
Division (02) Williams
IN RE ESTATE OF
RICHARD M BARRETT
I v. eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHERI
PERSON8 INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that the a.tministratlo
of the estate of RICHARI M
BARRETT deceased. File
Numbei M 170 la pending in
the Circuit Court for
Count) Florida Probate
Division, the address of which,
is 73 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida The personal,
representative of the estate Is'
BEN esskn whose addreseis
7i7 Ponce D* Leon Blvd Coral
Cables Fla 33134 The name
and address of the personal
representatives attorney are'
set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI B
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the dark Of the
above court a written state
men! of any claim or demand
the\ may have Each claim
must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim
the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due the date when It will
become due shall be slated If
the ( laiffl la contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncertainty shall he stated If
the claim is secured the
irltl shall be described
The Claimant shall deliver
uffli lent ( oplee of the claim to
,-rk to enable Ute i lei I
mall one ."i". lo eai h pel
enlal
Ml pel Ute
estate I I n i py of this
Not in tdmintsti
NTHS
OF HIE
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 104231 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE IHI- M IRRI AGE OF
HELEN POI HOT
Petluonei
and
PETERVi lot liot
Respondent
TO PETER w Pol LIOT
Res idem > i "nkown
YOI ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that .1 petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has bean filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serv c a copy of your
w ritten defenses if ,tn\ to it on
RICHARD L LARIN attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
17W71 Biscayne Boulevard.
Suite US, North Miami Beach
Florida 33I0O and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 13 ISM; otherwise a I
det.mil will he entered against
you lor the relief prayed for In
[he i omplalnl or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
MMutive s/OOBti in The Jewish
Flondian. 120 NK ftth Street
Miami. Florida
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2 day of April
UNO
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v Florida
By DEBORAH G HESS
As Deputy Clerk
i-7V4 May 2. 8. 16
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name ASH
OIT1CAL intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Couet of Dade County
Florida !
ASUER FREEZER
As an individual
J87v2 Mayl.t M
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF'
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION!)}
FILE NO 10-1*34
IN RE ESTATEOF
IENNIEGOU B
I lei eased
notice of
\|.ministration
TO ALL PERSONS HA\ ING
Cl MMS OR DEMANDS
tGAINST ["HE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
persons INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE
mh IRE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that the adminial
,,i ,.f JENNIE
li deceased lab
File
the Clrcull Court in and for
h Count) Florida Probate
Division lite address of s/hlch
rd Float Made Count)
Courthouse rVeal f
Miami Florida M1S0
Die personal repreaental
of thi- estate .ire El vine
MELNICK and HOWARD
MKLNICK. art
-w rath Avenue Miami
Florida 331M The name and
address of the attorney for the
peraonal repn antal t%M are
set forth below
All persons ha\ ing claims or
demands against this estate
are required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE HATE
Ol mi: FIRST PUBLI
CATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above
ourt a written statement Of
any claim or demand they may
h.iw 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 yel due the date when it
will Inrcome due shall he
lated If the claim is con
llngenl or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty
i listed if the claim Is
'x- se, urit) shall be
desi i ibed rnant -hail
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INTHECIRCUITCOURT
OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 10 431' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN Ri The Marriage of
MARC\ INCENTJ COLAS
Petitioner Husband
and
ELIZABETH PIERRE Lot is
COLAS
ReaDondenl v\ ife
If Ol ELIZABETH
PIERRE l.oi is colas cite
I ea "1 No .'l a Cap Haitlen
Haiti are hereby notified to
sei ic a copy of your Answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage filed against you
upon Husband s attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESQUIRE til NW 12th
(venue Miami h londa 3313ft
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before June
13 ItJNO otherwise the Petition
w ill be confessed by you
DATED this 20 day of April
IMS
RICHARD p BRINKER
CLERK
BY CLARINDA BROWN-
Deputy Clerk
OK70k May 2. 1ft
23 laao
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
NEPTUNE APT at ftssi Car-
lyle Avenue. Miami Beach.
Fla Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Molly Sperling
Benjamin Sperling
S interest
Sonla /.le>onka
>sj Interest
EMM MayM. 30.
ar# is lew
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 a0 7ortFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The mai rial
,'i N UDA RODRIGUEZ
HE LIRA
Petitioner V. ife
anil
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l-.nd.nt Hiahitnd
TO I! "Si M \NI EL LIRA
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Kn he
( ,u ,i, as v eneiuela
Mil M1K HEREBY NOTI
h I hi that an a. lion for
lltian of Marriage has
ai ainat you and \ ou
. quired to serve a
written defenses if any to
it ,m \ KOS8 att.-ni. .
Petitioner whose address Is
101 Northweet 12 Avenue,
Miami Florida MISS. *'xl 'He
a |U) trie lerk of
. d oUJfl on or
iis.il othersise
will be entered
.,i for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notll e siiall be published
once each areas' for four < on
s,-, utivi veaks In THK IEW
I8H FLOR1DIAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
ol -aid court at Miami.
Florida on this 14th day of May
lHVi
RICHARI' P BRINKER
\ ( ',, rk ("in ult Court
I i.ide County Florida
B) I 'laruida Hrown
As I leput) i'lerk
nt Court Seal I
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ATTORNEY ATLAW P A
:oi nw ia \venue
Miami Fla BUM
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v irnej lor petitioner
Ma)
Junes 13 isi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cave No SO 71 40 F C
NOTICE OF ACTION
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni pilch is HEREBY
(;i\kn that the undsrsigned
deslrtna t> en(f.ige in business
under the fictitious name CON
Sol.T al MOO South Dadeland
Boulevard Suite 4iW Miami
Florida 3315 intends to
tier said name with the
Clerk of the On nil Court of
1 >a,i. Count) Florida
Consolidated
Technologies In<
May 16 33.30.
June ft 1VM)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
d. -ring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Mi. ki Hail bonds, at ftl" N \\
Avenue Miami. Florida
M1M intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Mabel Ingnd Cope
Mirk I Cope
HKKISI May 18. 33 30 1M0
NOTICE UNI
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Ayl ARM M A PET SUP-
PLIES I NL1MITF.D at P.O
Box 18W21. Miami Florida,
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
David B Evans
Joseph Ureenblstt
Sarah Welsabard
Sarah Weissbard
Attorney for Aquarium
* Pet Supplies
Unlimited
1301 NE 1T2 Street
No Miami Beach. Fla 31182
*" Mas is. 24. jo
Junes. lMT-i
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
AO^i.0UNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number so Jis
IN RE ESTATE UK
JACOB WEINSTOCK
I >eceased
NOTICE OF
ADMIMSTRATK'S
TO ALL PERSON
CLAIMS OR 1
\d A1NBT THI
ESTATE -\ND \. : DTHEH
PERSONS INTI
: HI ESTATI
II ARE Mr RI
^ IED lhal the 1 :
.,1 u eatati v
STOCK, eased
Numb*
the Circuit I'
; ty. FI01
IIR isi
Is Dade Count) I
rVaal
Florida
repreasntsl
HENRY NORTON
. s
Flsgler St Sulti
Fla SMM and MAX HA
West \. 1 ipl
Boat h FI01 da
respectively Hh
address if the Dei ;
raoantatlvi iti
forth brio*
All persisis haunt
demands sgam
required WITHIN THRU-
MONTHS FROM IHI HAT*
il- THE FIRST
LICATION OF rills v v ,-.-
to file with the lerl
abo\ e 1 isirt a arrltti
merit is! any 1
they may Ua*>
must be In w r 111n*
indicate the basis tc:
the name and I I In
creditor or hi* agi I r al
torney and the
i laimed If the Claln
due the dale -. .
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the claim is on) Ingenl
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SER. -
(NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOFTME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO H 474
ACTION FOR
OISS0LUTION0F
MARRIAGE
IN RE TOE MARRIAGE'*
MARIE DENISS M',N
I'ESIK
Petitioner Wife
and
MAX J MONDESW
Respondent Husband
TO MR MAXJ MONDESIR
TOU ARK HI I f tj'
NOTIFIED that an
Dissolution of Marrlag'
been filed against yoi. SI
are required to serve a
your written defense*
it on Howard N Oalbul *
torney for PeUUoner
address Is WSSh
Avenue. Mlsml
Florida. 33130 and file |M
original with the I
above styled court on or be.<
June 13th. 1. other-
default will be entered ft*"1*'
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for foul
secutlve weeks in T,ir-
JEWISH FLORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and .n
al of ssid court st Mlstnl
Florida on this 7th day of ms
RICHARD P BRINKKK
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByN A HEWETT
A. Deputy Clerk
HOWARD N GALHl
?T8aW. oalbit s
MENTN.P A
M Waaairurton Avenue
Miami Baach. Florida Ml*
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!^^Million Arabs Now
Live in United States
Sophia Plotkin, Pioneer Women Leader
BORIS SMOLAR
are today about
Slion Christian and
fi" Arabs in the
53 States, according to
foment estimate^
1 publications in the
flak of three million
1^i this country. Only
"Tears ago the en tire
ibpopulationintheU.S.
^estimated to be about
IqOlOOO persons.
)here did this tremen-
conn- from?
if the Arab
jump i
iy Urges' Part
iWn i- composed of illegal
Ihi-v entered thi
^ts, students, tourists and
Imilimiliwn and never
The\ motived their limited
. from the \mencan con-
>,iudi Arabia where
MUnben o( Arabs from
stuw an' working as laborers
[. from Iraq and other Arab
when they were ad-
Ion a temporary basis, and
n the US consulate in
Man) Vrabs living in
had Ml) to cross the
r-1 Bridge into Jordan to
IS temporary visas from
American consulate in
an
NOT ALL \r >- who swelled
population m this
n;r> during the last 1 ."> years
There are
illegal Kt*b im
antial mini
(| irn ,: line passports
uunlries The
p pre by I he
I -a- and
I* .: lor
. :i s with
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igh t he>
: not iiti
onsid
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minatea the
ress m t his
| oun tries
Palestine
H0WI \ \ i; vrabi Irom
now in large
other Moslem
onsider then
l nder the
Palestine Lib-
nion, thej speak
a Palestinians
rat}
sthem in a way out of
ot refugees who are
American vim ..- the
government interprets the
f"1 "rfugw They were not
out imm Palestine; they
tfi country at their own
*"" \n.l Arabs who live
Israel do not suffer any
inrsecution Their
*'th regard to getting
^Tican visas is therefore very
;. ;'"""> It is not as clear as the
7*> "1 the JeWI in the Sovi.-t
who suffer persecution as
amni""1' ',r' 'inxi"Us U> leave the
" nir> "fas the statue of "boat
'rom Indochina, or of
VMS from Cuba
adV0?0V"! 3tm* <" **
olu,lT''U su'1' to be
; ''.; 'he t-S Kvern.
r-fuge*-s. s,nc- Israel
|r*m "V"|,ts th,'m *nd "ffers
^''/ensrup immediately
1 'heir arrival
J"\ "* K*-f"gee Act of
WuriP bSed by Conress and
It s^nf0,th'rm "refugee-.
fcas***
Arab,
enger the U.S.
being classified as
Uix>ni
broadens the
""igniting refugees.
"Pen a new avenue for
u.
to
The new legislation leaves
however, to the President
specify who could qualify as a
refugee Under the present
turbulent situation in the world,
when many Indochinese live and
starve as refugees on sinking
refugee boats, when thousands
in Cuba risk their lives to escape
on small boats to the U.S.. when
about 10.000 Haitians flag from
their native land to this country,
it is questionable whether Carter
will decide to admit as refugees
Palestinian Arabs who live in
safety in Israel or in any of the
Arab countries
One key provision of the new
law increases the number of
regular flow of refugees alk>wed
to enter this country from tre-
current total of 17.000 to 50.000
fro the fiscal vean of 1980. iai.
and IMS The new legislation
continues the provision of the
previous law giving the authority
to the Attorney General to issue
"parole visas" to more than
17.000 refugees into the U.S.. if
special circumstances made this
procedure necessary
HOWEVER, it transfers the
parole authority from the Attor
ney General to thi- President, and
outlines a detailed procedure for
consultation with Congress
before it can become operative.
About 14,000 Indochinese and
more than 3,000 Soviet .lews
have lni'n entering t he I' S ev etj
month now under the parole
provision The Congress was told
bj Secretar) ol State Cyrus
Vance, prior to his resignation,
thai 234.200 refugees will be
admitted in I9H0
lewish leaders are welcoming
the new law which establishes a
com pi '. policy for the

This
House I he
stipulation was left out
..t t he final text
House vet II would
liav
admission of refu ',000 a
,. i- a| e the Senate's
il ed for a revaluation
ol the situation in 198 I with no
pn d< termined limit set
ALLEN
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Sophia Plotkin. 86, of Coral
'-allies. founding member of
Pioneer Women and a national
leader of the Labor Zionist
Movement, died May 14 in
Baptist Hospital after a brief
illness Funeral services and
interment were in South Bend.
Ind Sunday, where she and her
late husband. Benjamin Plotkin.
were leaders of the Jewish
community of Indiana
Mrs Plotkin moved to Greater
Miami 30 years ago She is
survived by seven children:
Harriet Green of Coral Gables.
Lao Plotkin of Miami. Herbert
Plotkin of North Miami. Lillian
Palsy of Milwaukee. Pauline
Kasefl of Indianapolis. I)r David
Plotkin of Richmond, Ind., and
Berte Karp of Phoenix She also
i> survived by 22 grandchildren
and eight great grandchildren.
Mrs Plotkin was the founder
and first president of the Coral
(ables chapter of Pioneer
Woman and for many years was
an officer of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida and a
leader of the American Zionist
Federation of South Florida.
She was a childhood friend of
the late Gold .Meir. prime
minister of Israel and former
national head of Pioneer Women.
Mrs Meir and Mrs Plotkin left
Russia in their youth
Mrs Plotkin was one of the
founders of the Israel Bonds
Organization of Greater Miami in
1951. a life member of the Jewish
Dr. David Toth Dies at Age 27
A memorial service was held
Sunday at Rubin Memorial
Chapel for |)r David W Toth.
27. a pediatrician in his final year
of residency at the Medical
University Hospital of South
Carolina in Charleston He died
May IK of leukemia
Dr Toth was born in Miami
BARON
left re) .'.I Mi) li A resident of
Miami I- yean in- came from Car
t.-r.-t \ I Me >a.i th<- win Ol Marvin
.im! Kl.-.tivir Banrn grandson i>( Mr
and Mrs Benjamin Harun brother of
Neil Robin and Mind} Kuneral
. were held Ma} ." at <>rdon
^ in. -,ii Home *ilh interment in Star of
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MILLER
laaiia :> Hallandalf Ma) II al the
. Rehabilitation Center a is
.. i lent he i .one from Ne York
Surviving .m hli wile Florence
In Martin Miller
Mr- Rita
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LIZA HOFFMAN
Passed Away 4 Years Ago
[yar24, 5736 May 24. 19"(>
Yit u ill nil' ays he in our hearts.
With /.>' < We'll never forget you.
Husband Joseph. Children
Jack. Isadore. Morns and Sylvia
and Grandchildren
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The Cha.m Weizman Branch, L.Z.A. expresses their
deep sympathy to the.r most devoted mem hers
(loldie and Julius Ruhmstein. Sarah and Sam Bruckw.
upon the loss of their beloved sister
YETTA CLICK
moc Levm president
iean Lew, Sam Freed,
Shevaaerland,
Secretaries
Beach and received his medical
training at the University of
South Florida in Tampa.
He is survived by his wife.
Joyce, daughter, Anna Ixnnse:
parents. Michael and Gem;
sister. Cheryl Ferreira; and
maternal grandparents. Carolyn
and Harold Levy.
WEITZER
Sarah. S Miami, formerly of Detroit.
Mnh She waa the loving wife of Berv
j.unin the devoted mother to Milton
Harr) .ui.i Sheila Btocksr of Dallas.
uhI the henshed Krand/notherof
i\ Servtcei were held at the Riverside
with interment at Mt NeboCemeterv
I'OLACHKK Lna Lsei Kubin Star
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M.I VS lo. so Mallandale May II
Ia-\ in Weinatem
I'ASTON t)l Michael M Mallandale
Ma) i" Ri> ade Ml Nebo
I'lll-'SSM VN -^. .Tills, s,,p!i... 1 '
Hollywood Riverside
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Home and Hospital for the Aged,
a leader of the Jewish National
Fund and a member of the
Florida Poetry Society She
earned the Woman of Valor
award from the Israel Bonds
organization, and endowed a
perpetual scholarship in Israel
through Pioneer Women She
also endowed a day care center of
Pioneer Women ^in Kiryat
Modzkin. near Haifa, in Israel.
A cousin of the late Moshe
Sharett. second prime minister of
Israel, she entertained both
Sharett and Mrs. Meir numerous
times at her homes in South Bend
and in Coral Gables. Her
daughter, Harriet Green of Coral
Gables and Miami Beach, is
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation.
Bella Jacobson,
43-Year Resident
Funeral services were held
May 16 at Gordon Funeral Home
for Bella Jacobson, 77. of Miami,
a resident of Miami for the past
43 years, who died May 14.
Mrs Jacobson was the past
president of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital
Auxiliary and a life member of
Hadassah.
She was the wife of Henry;
sister of Rose Rubinstein of
Miami, grandmother of Craig
and Neil l.itt and aunt of many
nieces and nephew s
Interment was in Ml Nebo
Cemetery

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The Officers and Board of Directors
of the
(ireater Miami Jewish Federation
cordially invite you to attend
the 42nd Annual Meeting and Dinner
Honoring
L.Jules Ark in and
Samuel I. Adler
s-'fi*
Wednesday. June 4. 19HO
Carillon Hotel
Miami Beach
Reception: 6:30 p. m.
Dinner: 7:00p.m.
('ou I erf: $30. (X) per person
Dietary Laws Observed
Dress Optional
K.S.V.P.
39 BAYS UFIM CJUMKM SO
Supplement to the Jewtah FloridUn. Friday, May 23,1980


Arkin and Adler to Be
Honored Page 3
Campaign '80
Ma Bell Blitz Page 3
JVS: Successfully
Rehabilitating
The Deaf Page 4
Women's Division
Annual Retreat Page 6
Campaigners
Recognition Day
Page 7
South Dade Jews Unite
.Page 8
Campaign Highlights
Page 10
World News Briefs
Page 13
Judaica High School
Page 14
FEDERATION
Vol.1. No. 9
Mavl980
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
S. Dade Jews
See Page 8


' ':~$' HH&H
. rrpater Miami Jewish Federation
Lrident L Jules Arkin and Samuel I.
E general chairman of the 1979
E11980 combined Jewish Appeal-
Sae Emergency Fund, will be
ISred at the Federation s 42nd
Snuai Meeting and Dinner on Wed-
[JJSav June 4, for their outstanding
CSce to the Jewish community.
Imp announcement was made by
ISuf past president, Morton
IsiDerman, Annual Meeting chairman.
The event, to be held at the
briilon Hotel, is the most important
business function of the year for
[Federation. Assisting Mr. Silberman is
havida (Mrs Harry A.) Levy, Dinner
lurrangements chairman.
Botn Mr Arkin and Mr. Adler have
Iserved our community with the
(dedication and deep commitment
to Jewish life that is mirrored by
JFederation s ideals in providing for
[rtuman needs, Silberman said.
Mr Arkin, a prominent Miami
iBeach attorney, banker and civic
leader, has served for the past two
years as president of the Federation
and prior to that served as vice
president and member of the Board
of Directors. He has been general
campaign chairman of the 1975 and
1976GA-IEF campaigns, chairman of
the Planning and Budget Commit-
tee, and chairman of the Foundation
of Jewish Philanthropies. He was a
recipient of the 1967 Stanley C.
Myers Presidents Leadership Award.
Mr. Adler, a Miami builder has
served as CMJF general campaign
chairman for the past two years and
currently serves as chairman of
Federation Housing, inc. He has ser-
ved on the Board of Directors of
Federation as vice president and as
treasurer and currently serves on
the Campaign Cabinet. Mr. Adler has
also served as the Pacesetter Division
chairman
included on the meeting agenda
will be election of Federation of-
ficers, Board of Directors, Trustees
and the Advisory Council for 1980-81.
Federation Vice President Harry A.
Hap Levy is the presidential
nominee Other nominees for office
include vice presidential nominees
Samuel i Adler, Goldie (Mrs. Sol) Gold-
stein, Arthur Horowitz, Melvin
Kartzmerand Norman Lipoff; Marilyn
Smith, secretary; Donald E. Lefton,
associate secretary; Myra Farr,
treasurer; and Joel Levy, associate
treasurer.
Also highlighting the program will
be the presentation of the Stanley C.
L. Jules
Samuel I. Adler
Myers Presidents" Leadership Award
to Steven J. Kravitz and Fern canter.
The Presidents Leadership Award is
given annually to young men and
women of outstanding promise and
ability in Jewish community leader-
ship. Mr. Kravitz is chairman of
Federations Attorneys Division. He
Continued on Pmge 7
Campaign '80
Ma Bell Blitz
Scores of campaign workers are expected to give an
added boost to the already intense pace or
federations 1980 campaign when they mobilize on
May 27 28, and 29 from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. for the Ma
Be" Blitz. H Crir
The Blitz, chaired by Kenneth Schwartz ancl Eric
Turetskv is designed to mobilize as many campaign
workers as possible for a Pnon-a-thon P annea to
blanket Dade County and appeal totnousands ot
community members yet to make a gtto me ^
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel emergency Fund, ana
to bring the campaign to a successful conclusion.
Now is the time for all Jews in Greater Miami to
work together," Schwartz said. Please respond if vou
are already working in the campaign, please sign up
for the Ma Bell Blitz, he added.
Turetsky said that this is the time of the year when
each and every Jew in Dade county must stand up ana
be counted for having done his part, to.aid his fellow
Jews in need here, in Israel and around the woria.
f Now more than ever, each Jew should feel the joy
Hna hope that comes from helping othere TuretsKy
' S?'a. adding that the CJA-IEF helps support more tnan
50 social service agencies all over the woria.
Community members interested in participating in
tr>e Ma Bell Blitz should call Federation at 576-aouu.
combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Ma Belli 980 Blitz"
May 27, 28. 29
5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
i will be pleased to participate
in the Ma Bell Blitz to help bring our
1980 campaign to a successful conclusion.
__Tuesday. May 27
Wednesday, May 28
Thursday, May 29
(Please check one or more days)
Name
Address
Phone


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. SUCCESSFIUY
REHABIUTAUNG THE DEAF
A man working in the U.S. Passport
Office, an auto body mechanic, a
seamstress, and a printer.
All four nave as little in common as
tney possibly could, witn tne excep-
tion tnat ail are deaf, and all started
pulling tneir own weight through a
comprehensive vocational
rehabilitation program operated by
the Jewish vocational Service and
funded by a grant from the State of
Florida.
The Jewish vocational Service is
one of Federation's family of agen-
cies.
The program, now ending its
second year, worked with 68 clients
in the past 12 months, all of whom
were channeled through a battery
of academic tests, work samples, and
physical/manual dexterity tests
which were administered by a
supervisor, evaluator/counselor,
and evaluator/technician, who are
also deaf.
Paula Epstein, JVS counselor for
the deaf, explained that the JVS
program has become so com-
prehensive that it even deals with
behavior problems which result
from deafness or related disabilities.
Clients who are evaluated as not
being work-ready are transferred in-
to the Jewish vocational Service
Sheltered workshop, where their
behavior is videotaped, shown, and
corrected to more acceptable pat-
terns through behavior
modification techniques.
Epstein said that deafness is often
only one of many problems with
which program participants must
deal. The disability, she said, often
accompanies cerebral palsy, retinitis
pigmentosa, Ushers Syndrome and
mental retardation.
The cerebral palsy deaf are more
often handicapped from poor
manual dexterity than deafness, and
are given a comprehensive rehabili-
tation program to combat both, in
the case of the retinitis pigmentosa
deaf, narrowing of vision accom-
panies deafness and must also be
dealt with in determining which
area of vocational training is ap-
propriate.
Ushers Syndrome is a congenital
condition typified by deafness and
tunnel vision which gradually
reduces to blindness. The special
problem with this type of client, Ep-
stein said, is teaching an appropriate
skill while the individual is still
sighted, as well as one which can be
used as blindness sets in.
The mentally retarded deaf, Ep-
stein said. are considered
vocationally tralnable within the
limits of a 60 i.Q. or less. Their
rehabilitation is programmed con-
sidering the fact that these will
never be independent, self-
supporting individuals. They are
taugnt personal care skills to help in-
tegrate them into the community
and which will also make their lives
more comfortable.
in addition, Epstein explained, the
program deals with a number of
other clients who pose an entirely
different variety of problems.
Many clients, she said, are
graduates of state schools for the
deaf, but cannot read or write.
These people, with minimal
language skills, are tutored at the
Jewish vocational Service by part
time tutors who may also be deaf
and are provided by the Dade coun-
ty school Board.
Having gone through an initial in-
terview and processing, clients are
then given a series of tests to
evaluate their problems and poten-
tial, included are:
academic evaluations. These
tests give a general idea of the level
of achievement the client has
reached, which may vary depending
on whether the client is a product of
the public school system, private
tutoring, or state schools for the
deaf. Epstein explained that parental
involvement is often the most
significant factor in successful ad-
justment to deafness and in
achieving maximum potential.
Other clients come from Spanish
speaking cultures, which stress oral
communication over sign language.
These deaf clients, who often lip
read, must overcome their lack of
sign language knowledge to deal
competitively in a society which
readily accepts and encourages the
use of sign language as a substitute
for speech.
Some deaf clients in the program
are highly educated, but ha\je
behavior problems or attitudes
which cause them to lose jobs. The
emphasis of their rehabilitation
program is on behavior
modification, with the use of
techniques to help them overcome
feelings about their disabilities
which are interfering with successful
job performance.
Clients with late onset deafness
require more intensive emotional
counseling and support to deal with
personal and family acceptance of
their newly imposed disability.
Paula Epstein lleft). J\'S counselor for tht
narking with a client on an academic evalual
exercise
Testing includes reading, English
composition, math ability and i.O.
screening.
work samples. A comprehensive
scan to give an evaluator an idea of
the client's attention span, concen-
tration, ability to follow instructions
ability to work with tools, practical
counting, color differentiation
ability to distinguish size difference
and finally to determine task
possibilities, either clerical or
manual.
physical and manual testing An
evaluation based on the clients
performance using specially
designed equipment to measure
performance while sitting or stan-
ding, and to test endurance ana
weaknesses, i.e., lifting. Manual
testing rates speed and accuracy in
turning objects, placing nuts ar\o
bolts together, etc.
Job placement, which follows
evaluation and rehabilitation, often
proves to be the most difficult phase


A training group for the deaf in the
Spanish-speaking community at the
Deaf Rehabilitation Program of the
Jewish Vocational Service. The
counselor is discussing course
material with program participants
of restoring the deaf individual to a
productive life, Epstein said.
The community does not have to
fear the deaf. Many industries and
businesses in Miami Michigan Drill
Dodds House, and Keller industries
for example have found the deaf
to be excellent workers, Epstein
said The deaf have no more ac-
cidents m work situations than
hearing people, she added
Of course, they may require a lit
tie more patience while being
trained but that has never proved
to be a negative factor once they are
feeling comfortable on the job, she
added.
Epstein pointed out that em-
Plovers who hire the deaf are
eligible to participate in the
targeted Jobs Tax Credit, a private
sector initiative program created by
tne us. Revenue Act of 1978.
Under the act, employers are
eligible for a tax credit on their
federal returns for up to 50 per cent
of their work force in their first year
of participation in the program, and
^ Per cent of their eligible em-
O'ovees in the second year.
,UP to $3,000 in wages per em-
ployee are tax exempt in the first
vear of program participation, while
UP to $1,500 in wages per employee
are exempt the second year.
The program, Epstein said, is
Resigned to offer taxpaying
Businesses a direct financial incen-
A worker in the JVS Sheltered Workshop, although
legally blind and deaf is still self supportive thanks
tt> the rehabilitative and training services of the
Jewish Vocational Service Deaf Rehabilitation
Program.
tive to make more and better jobs
available for the disabled and to
provfde job continuity during their
critical first two years of em-
ployment.
For further information about
rehabilitative services for the deaf
or hiring deaf members of the
?ommumtv. contact the Jewish
vocational Service at 576-3220.


Greater Miami Jewish Federation
women's Division Board and Com-
mittee members will gather at the
women's Division 5th Annual Retreat
on May 28th and 29th at the Konover
Hotel.
The Retreat, called 1980 The
Dimensions of Our Dreams, will
feature guest speaker irwin coder of
McCill university in Montreal,
speaking on international
Challenges to Jewish Survival at 8:30
p.m. at the Konover Hotel on May
28th, and speaking again on The
Challenge of Leadership in the
1980s" at 12 noon on May 29th at the
women's Division Annual installation
Luncheon.
Co-chairing the Retreat are Kathie
Grossman and Ellen Mandler, with
the guidance of Leadership
Development Vice President Char-
lotte Held, and area Retreat Chairmen
Selma Newman, Miami Beach, Emily
Saster, North Dade; and Ellyn Elkins,
South Dade.
A variety of seminars will be held
throughout the two-day Retreat.
Guest speakers addressing sessions
to be held on May 28th include Gail
Silverman, a Miami management
consultant, speaking on Discovering
the Dimensions of Our Dreams, Past-
Present-Future "; Reva M. wexler,
campaign director of the South
Broward Jewish Federation,
speaking on Campaign ; Nathan
Skolnick, director of Federation s
Planning and Budgeting Dept.,
speaking on "An Extra Dimension -
Our Community's unmet Needs";
and Morton Silberman, GMJF past
president, and Anna Mae Ross,
chairman of Federations Domestic
Concerns Committee, discussing
Political Concerns for the 80s: The
Jewish Dimension." Arthur Kurzweil,
Jewish geneologist, will speak on
"Exploring Our Jewish Roots: The
Family Dimension'' on May 29th.
<
Kathie Grossman
Highlighting the Annual in-
stallation Luncheon will be the in-
stallation of the newly elected and
reelected officers of the GMJF
Women's Division, women's Division
president, Helene Berger, has been
reelected to serve for 1980-81. Also
reelected were Mikki Futernick, vice
president for Campaign, and
Charlotte Held, vice president for
Leadership Development. Dorothy
podhurst was elected as vice
president for Community Education.
Other officers elected as of May 1st
were Gail Harris, Secretary; Gwen
Weinberger, Nominating Committee
Chairman; and Maxine Schwartz,
Parliamentarian.
Professor coder, a member of the
Law faculty of McGill university, is a
former special advisor to Canada's
Minister of Justice and Attorney
General. He currently serves as
national chairman of Canadian
Professors for Peace in the Middle
JFCSLaunches Mobile
Counseling Van

The Jewish Family and Children's Ser-
vice (JFCS) is now offering its
professional services through its new
mobile counseling van to residents of the
outlying areas of Dade County unable
to use the agency's services at its five
district offices. JFCS is one of
Federation's family of agencies.
The counseling van, funded by the
Women's Committee of Jewish Family
and Children's Service, will provide in-
dividual, parent-child, marital and family
counseling, specialized services for the
elderly, and information and referral ser-
vices. The van represents the most
recent development in JFCS's reaching
out to better serve the community.
The mobile counseling van will be
available in locations from which
requests for service are received by the
agency. The program will be ad-
ministered by appointment only. For fur-
ther information and service phone 445-
0555.
Ellen Mandler
East. He is also chairman of th<
Commission on Economic coerclor
and Discrimination (a commission of
inquiry into the Arab boycott in]
Canada).
As one of Canada's leading human
rights activists, Professor cotier isi
the first Canadian recipient of the!
Killan Memorial Fellowship for con-
tribution to Civil Liberties He servesi
as legal counsel for Soviet Prisoners
of Conscience, including Anatoiv
Shcharansky, Ida Nudel and Vladimir
Slepak and he is the author of work
on human rights law, poverty law
and constitutional law. Professor
Cotier has been a leader of academic
study missions to the Middle East
and was a lecturer at the Al Ahran in-
stitute of Political and Strategic
Studies in Cairo, Egypt, and main
tains visiting professor status .
Hebrew university in Jerusalem
The public is cordially invited to at
tend the evening lecture on Mavl
28th, or the Annual installation Lun
cheon on May 29th. For information
and reservations please call tnel
women's Division office, 576-4000


AMPAKNUB
RECOGNITION DAY
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will sponsor a Cam-
paigners Recognition Day on Mon-
day June 16, at the Doral Country
dut) Members of Federations 5 &
10 Club (campaign workers who ob-
tain at least five contributions to the
1980 combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign) will be
invited along with all Hi-Rise Division
chairmen, to be Federation s guests
for an afternoon of golf and tennis
tournaments, swimming, use of the
country club s facilities, cocktails and
dinner
The event, chaired by Kenneth J.
Schwartz, chairman of GMJF s
worker Recruitment and Retention,
will begin at 1:30 p.m. with golf and
tennis, followed by a cocktail recep-
tion at 6 p.m. and Dinner and Awards
Presentation at 7 p.m.
This is our way of saying Thanks
to all of the campaign workers who
have given their time and talents to
making this a successful campaign,
Schwartz said.
S & 10 CluD members js of May 8th include tne
following Fives
Mimi ADei Michael Adier Bonnie Aioert Dr Gerald
Aioerr Adoiph Berger Jeffrey Berkowitz irma
Braman jesse Casseihoff Edna Chanson Mrs David
Diamond David Reeman Nat Friedman Marcus Fucns
Jeffrey i oilman Alan s Cold Coidie Goldstein Martin
Goodman s Bert Gorman Baron Gottlieb Phil Green-
Daum louis Harris Dr Morns Hinenourg Steve
Housman ai Isaacson Ron xalisn Martin Kasper Ben
lamm kopiovsky Alan Kluger Marcy Lefton Hero
Lelchuk Jerry Leichuk Ed Levinson Harry A Levy BOO
Loring George Malm Harry Malm ADraham Mannes
Aian Marcus Freo Mayer Robert Merim Jeffrey
Newman Adam Penney Samuel J Rabin Dr Paul Rich-
man Phyllis Rosen Dr Michael N Rosenoerg Muriel
Russell William Sanes Emanuei Sarnoff David Scnaec
ter Gloria Scharim Howard R Scharlm. Alex Schemzeit
Soi j SchreiDer vai SMDerman David Silver Charles
Simon Susan Sirotta Leslie Stem Fred Stern Arnold M
Strauss Howard Taylor Samuel Ton Murray Turetsky
Harrv weitzer Murray Winkle Richard Wolf Dr Lloyd L
WruDie Charles Yavers Theodore Yecies and Richard
Zmn
The following Tens r\a\je joined the CluD
L Jules Arkin Bunny Adier Samuel i Adier Albert
Anker louis Aronson RaDDi Shimon Azulay Helene
Berger Ray Berrm Aivm Brown jack Chester Bruce
Coian irvmg Cypers Gerald Engel Myra Farr William
Femoerg George Feidenkreis Harvey A Friedman
Mikki Futernick Morns Futernick Emanuei Glatt Max
GleiDerman Alan Gold Dr Marvin B Goldberg AI
Golden Marvin i Goldman Peter Coloring Dr Elliot
Gordon Morris Grauer Lawrence Hellrmg Dr Jeffrey M
Henkin Howard Hollander Arthur Horowitz Stuart
Jacobs Meivm l Kartzmer louis Katzman Jonathan
Kisiak Cai kovens Rafael Kravec Steven j Kravitz, Glenn
Lapides Jeffrey Lefcourt Sidney Lefcourt jack Levme.
Baile!
Approximately 900 numbers o\ the GMJF Cuban Hebreu Division gathered
recently for their Annual Dinner Dance at the FontatnebleauHilton Hotel On
hand Were (from left I Isaac Shlar, dinner chairman. Saul Srebmek. chairman
Cuban Hebreu Dit is ion, .lack Chester, chairman Pacesetter Division, I. Jules
Arhin GMJF president, and Enrique Adouth, Cuban Hebreu Division
campaign chairman Member, of the Cuban Hebrew Division have increased
their commitments to GMJFs Combined .leu ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign by 36 percent compared u ith last year
Space Available in BBYO Group
The Florida Region B nai B'rith
Youth Organization (BBYO) sponsors
a group for educable mentally
retarded Jewish teenagers, aged 14-
J8. bbyo is one of Federation s
family of agencies.
The Chaverim BBYO Chapter meets
every Thursday evening at the
M|chael Ann Russell Jewish com-
munity center in North Miami and
Provides a peer group experience
ar>d feeling of belonging for its
members.
The group, under the direction of
special education specialists, Jack
wdel, conducts social, recreational,
educational, and Judaic activities.
During the summer months, the
Chaverim BBYO members attend the
Michael Ann Russell Jewish com-
munity Day Camp as a grouo. Par-
ticipation in the day camp is optional
for group members.
Space is currently available for
new members in both the ongoing
Thursday evening group and the day
camp program.
For more information contact the
(Trial BTith Youth organization of-
fice at 253 7400, Dade and 963-4135.
Broward.
Davida Levy joei Levy Nancy Lipoff Norman h Lipoff
Benjamin Marcus Allan B Margolis, Jack Merchant Jack
J Meyerowitz Leonard Miller warren Miller Nathan
Miilner Dr Jack H Mishkin. Joseph Murray Stanley
Newmark Dr Edmund i Parnes Aaron Podhurst
Theodore D Richmond Anita Robbins Maurice Roth
man George Schaeffer Kenneth j Schwartz Maxme
Schwartz, Leon z Segal Joseph Shoeman Dr William
Silver Dr Arthur w Sitrm Harry B Smith Marilyn
Smith Saul Srebnick Anna Sucher jerry Sussman, Ben
Sweetow Murray Taub Eileen Trautman Meivm to
Tremkman Eric Turetsky Harry weitzer Nathaniel
Wechsier Richard S Wolfson. Larry wmkler and Allan
rarkin
Annual Meeting
Continued from Page 3
is a past member of the Planning and
Budget committee and its Education
subcommittee. He has served as
chairman of the Federation s $5,000-
$9,999 Division. He is also a member
of the National Young Leadership
Cabinet of the UJA.
Mrs. Canter currently serves as
North Dade Area Board chairman for
the women's Division and is a past
vice president for the women's
Division Leadership Development
Department.
All members of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation (individuals who
have contributed $25 or more to
Federations 1980 combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund) are
cordially invited to attend the An-
nual Meeting and Dinner. A recep-
tion will be held at 6:30 p.m. and
dinner will follow at 7:30 p.m.
couvert for the reception and din-
ner is $30 per person. For more in-
formation and reservations please
call the Federation office, 576-4000.


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What Do You
Think About
Federation and
South Dade
DAVID PARKER.
S. Dade
'*S. Dade needs a Federation
presence for geographical
reasons. In an area the size of
Greater Miami, geographical
proximity means a lot in terms
of getting people involved with
an organization."
ABRAHAM EISENMAN.
Kendall
"Thus conference was a great
start for all segments of the
Jewish community to get to
know one another the
synagogues, organizations and
Federation. I think this is the
first time I've been to a Jewish
gathering in Miami and seen so
many unfamiliar faces. We've
learned the importance of inter-
faith communication. Now we
can learn intra-faith com-
munication."
JOSEPH SUSSMAN.
Miami
"I think conferences like this
must address themselves to the
future of our young people, and
what the community will do to
keep them within the fold. If
we are starting an organized
Jewish life in South Dade. we
must make a commitment to
our youth. They are the future
of Judaism."
COOKIE WRIGHT.
Southwood
"I hope this conference will
serve to instill more of a feeling
of community among the Jews
of South Dade. The
synagogues, Jewish
organizations and Federation
should commit themselves to a
unified community rather than
a factionalized one."
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if the weather was any portend,
the conference had to be a success.
under cloudless, blue skies, 400
South Dade Jews, representing every
possible interest and profession from
accountant to professional volunteer,
gathered at the recently opened
South Dade facility of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation on April 20th
for a landmark organizing conference
to establish a unified Jewish com-
munity and Federation presence.
South Dade Jews unite, an after-
noon of listening, sharing, discussing,
and deciding, brought leadership
from area synagogues, Jewish
organizations, along with concerned
individuals who feel they have a
stake in a strong and responsive
South Dade Jewish community into
contact and agreement, many for
the first time.
Under the planning and guidance
of conference chairwoman Fran
Levey, the afternoon was divided in-
to a general assembly which
featured addresses by GMJF
vice president Norman Lipoff, Sen.
Richard Stone; Professor Allen
Pollack, a member of the board of
the world Zionist Organization and
Board of Governors of the Jewish
Agency, and others.
The plenum then broke down into
discussion groups which expressed
their ideas about the needs and
priorities of the South Dade Jewish
community, and Federation s role in
that organized community.
By days end, several trends began
to emerge, and individual interests
began to crystalize around a com-
mittee structure that would re-
search and recommend needs in the
future.
These included Jewish education,
Jewish youth services, counseling
services, refugee resettlement,
health related services, services to
the elderly, volunteer services,
community relations, fund raising
public relations, women's Division, a
South Dade demographic study
programming for mass cultural and
educational events, and techniques
for involving new people in
Federation and community ac-
tivities.
Several priorities emerged by the
end of the conference which reflec-
ted the community's appraisal of its
own needs and its expectations for
future development.
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plan and build an
Jewish community
ficient space for
programs.
in addition, a st
heard in favor of
ming by the existm
for youth, teenag
citizens.
As more and more
South Dade both fro
the county and fro
conference parties its
would like to see n
communal program a
new Jewish families
them as quickly as
community.
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ference participants
an intensified pu
program, designe
publicize Federation.
agencies to the soi
munity, was deerr^
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ade com-
fpriority by
Regarding the community and its
senior citizens, conference par-
ticipants listed a series of priorities
for communal involvement headed
by the development of low cost
housing and a special transpor-
tation system.
For Jewish youth, conference par-
ticipants deemed increased social
and recreational programming
essential in attracting Jewish teens
not only to each other, but to the
community as a whole.
increased communal counseling
services not only for teens, but for
families,' adults and people in need
of vocational and educational
guidance, was an additional priority
which emerged.
in the area of organization/syna-
gogue/Federation relations con-
ference participants said that a bet-
ter communication system needs to
be developed for South Dade to
avoid duplication of services by each
of these three factors in our com-
munal life.
LARRY FORMAN.
Kendale Lakes
"This has to be the beginning
Bringing all of these peopi.
together will help us develop
priorities for our community
and design the means to im-
plement programs to make
ours a better place to live.
Above all. I think we have to
address ourselves to the issue
of Jewish identity."
KAREN SIEGEL.
S. Dade
"I would like to see Federation
more organized to include
families in its programming.
After all. for the most part.
South Dade is a community of
families This conference is a
potential new start for all of
us."
MARILYN KOHN.
S. Miami
South Dade being a com-
munity of young people. I
would like to see an
organization which is
responsive to the needs of
younger families. Federation
has to be a place for people
looking to become involved.'*
MARSHA NATHANS,
S. Dade
'This conference is an op-
portunity to help us continue
to be the best in Jewish
communities. Federation is
already doing so much good in
South Dade. We have only to
get the word out. Conferences
like this can show that we are
one. working together."


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CAMPAIGN HIGHLIGHTS
The Physicians Division of the Combined Jewish ADDeal-Israel Emergency The Foud and ^Uied Trades Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Fund held a cocktail reception recently, key noted by guest speaker Shimon Kmereency Fund reCentix held a cocktail reception at the Sheraton liner
Peres, leader of Israels Labor Party. Shown /left to right I are I)r hugene C House to benefit the 19H<) campaign Shown (from left to right) are Arthur
Bloom, chairman of the division: Shimon Peres, and Dr San ford I- /.ahur. HorowiU, chairman of the division. Wotfie Cohen, and L. Jules Arkin.
division honorcry chairman. president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Mr and Mrs Peter Goldring recently held a reception tit their home wit
special guest [ X Ambassador Yehuda Blum of Ism, I Shown 'left to right
are Mrs Peter Goldring. Peter Goldring. Ambassador Blum. Mrs Blum, an
GMJF Secretary Melvin L. Kartzmer.
Residents of Seacoast Towers North recently gathered for their annual meeting
to benefit the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Shown (from left to right) are Albert M. Shulman. co-chairman of the event
Emanuel Rossman. ccxhairman, and guest speaker Alfred Golden. flg
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resident* rmcmntly gathered for their annual meeting to benefit
i n ish ApptoJ-hrtm Emergency Fund campaign Shown (from
to-. David Abramowitz, David Herman, guest speaker Jerome
I ManniePaoii
Ohev Shalom Congregation of Miami Beach recently held its annual
meeting to benefit the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emeruencv rund.
Shown (left to right) are congregation president Samuel Linen, Leo Hack
Rabbi I'hineas Weberman, and Herman Meyerson. The congregation achieved
a 40 percent increase in this year's campaign in comparison with 1979
ShQWH receiving the prestigious Shomer Am Yisroel award are Mr and Mrs
Irutn Kott. L. Jules Arkin, GMJFpresident, presented the award.
ctured is Mrs Harry A Uvy (center) presenting an Aliyah Sculpture to new
^setters Mr. and Mrs. Ted Arison.
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town presenting the Shomer Am Yisroel a
nwald are Mrs. George Feldenkreis lie ft), Mrs
bftl, and GMJF President L Jules Arkin (center)
to Mr and Mr- Allen
Harry A Levy 'second
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Muroff
with their new Shomer Am
Yisroel award.


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"Gentlemen and Ladies:
To dream the impossible dream and then realize it is not a
dream but a fact, is perhaps more than I had hoped, but it's
true. I did dream and the dream was realized.
I am one of the fortunate ones who live in Federation
Towers, need I say more. I can live in dignity and pride in my
surroundings. I can even walk around in nothing but a hair
ribbon in my own space and none to say me nay.
I hasten to add that for five years I had shared a place
with my sister and her husband, so you can understand how
very precious this privacy is to me.
I thank each and every one connected with the effort to
conceive and carry out this beautiful building, those who
made the effort to raise and appropriate the monies, the ar-
chitects, the builders, and not trie least, the people who
decided who would live here. For this fact I am eternally
grateful, for it gives me the opportunity in plain "moma
loshen," to be *'a mensh.""
Thank you again and perhaps there will be another
building so that others too can live in dignity. Last but not
least, I thank Mr. Shapiro, who does a super job of keeping
things on an even keel, not easy when you consider the
diversity of tenants.
May God bless your good works and the people making
it possible to dream the impossible dream and realize it is not
a dream.
Most sincerely,
(Signed) Adele Rose"
Metro Dade Mayor Steve Clark has appointed 16 senior citizens, including
eight affiliated with Federation's Committee on Services to the Elderly, to be the
Dade County delegation to the 1980 Governor's Conference on Aging, to be held
in Orlando from September 16 to 19. 1980.
Attending the conference with the delegation will be David Waxman. director
of Federation's Committee on Services to the Elderly, who will serve on the Em-
ployment Service Delivery System and Housing Committees.
Florida's First Lady. Adele Graham, is the Honorary Chairperson of the Con-
ference, which is being sponsored by the Florida Council on Aging.
The purpose of the conference is to develop directions for the future along
with policy statements to serve as guidelines for the decade of the 80s regarding
health, education, and community participation, employment, and economic
security, housing, and transportation for the elderly in Florida.
Shown seated are Dade County delegates Geneva and Irwin Miller. Standing
(left to right) are Harry Rich. Lily Stone, and Max Mansfield.
Delegates not shown are Annie Ackerman. Sylvia Kaplan. Maurice Pearlstein
and David Waxman
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Residents of Federation Toners, the 114 unit
OMJP sponsored high nse for the elderly on
Miami Beach, recently attended a COHftrtm
organized with the cooperation of the Miami
Beach Crime Watch Program, OH tlf protection
ami safety tips against common urban crime,
particularly those crimes to u huh the elderly are
vulnerable The conference is part of an ongoing
scries of public affairs and cultural events
sponsored by Federation Touers for the benefit of
its residents Shoun (from left to right) are Allen
(loldberg. director of the Miami Beach Crime
Watch Program; and Rose Bloom and Henry
Esterson, both Federation Touers residents.
JFH Invited To Apply
For $400,000 Grant
Jewish Federation Housing, inc.,
(JFH) has been selected with three
other agencies In the southeast
region to apply for a $400,000 grant
designed to afford food service,
housekeeping, personal care, and
other supportive services to a
qualified group of elderly who
otherwise would not be able to
maintain an independent lifestyle.
JFH is the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation s housing arm which
built Federation Towers, the 114-unit
high rise for the elderly and handi-
capped on Miami Beach.
The invitation and grant are both
being sponsored by the united States
Department of Housing and urban
Development (HUD). The grant, in the
amount of $80,000 for five years, is
for a demonstration project which
could affect 30 residents of
Federation Towers; about 20 per
cent of the building's population.
HUD allowed qualified Public
Housing Authority developments
and projects for the elderly and
handicapped from the entire coun-
try to submit proposals to the 10
regional headquarters it operates.
From these applications, five
Public Housing Authority and four
projects for the elderly and han-
dicapped have been selected from
each region to compete for the
grant, which will be issued to 10 to
20 such projects throughout the
country.


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i jews Hit By Travel Restrictions
an authorities have imposed
rtions on travel abroad which
furn tens of thousands of
i jews into homeless refugees
tnem to return to Iran, ac
to Likud Knesset member
Katzev, head of the
zation of Iranian Jewish im-
its in Israel.
jrding to Katzev, the new
itions require Jews who wish
Le Iran for limited periods to
it a guarantor responsible for
eturn Should thev not return,
liarantor would be subject to
(roceedings.
pwrio want to emigrate from
Fe free to do sc but must leave
3 ail of their wealth, property,
sums of cash and household
jrsonai items such as electrical
jices and jewelry, Katzev said
Id Jews wishing to leave per-
ltly nave a difficult time selling
)roperty and, in any case, are
to take the proceeds of the
liththem.
lev observed that as a result of
everance of U. S. diplomatic
fas with Iran, the many Iranian
how living in the U.S will ^a\je
ly for refugee status or else go
el when their Iranian passports
|. The U.S. is not extending the
ff Iranian visitors.
)rding to a recent report in
rz based on Iranian sources in
about 30,000 of Iran s 80,000
have left that country in the
iear Ten thousand have come
lei out the majority has gone to
IS. and Canada. Many of these
s do not intend to remain
. permanently and some have
already returned to Iran, the
.- said it added that there was
[vert discrimination against
jv the Iranian authorities.
lal journal Denies Holocaust
historical journal has been
ed in California aimed at deny-
at the Holocaust took place,
3mg to Simon wiesenthal Cen-
r Holocaust Studies at Yeshiva
rsity of los Angeles.
im Zuroff, director of the Wie-
ai Center, said that the Journal
istorical Review is being
shed by the institute for
rical Review In Torrance,
rnia. The institutes "self-
ihied goal is to bring history
accord with the facts; but
whose objective in reality is to deny
the Holocaust and vilify the Jewish
people, Zuroff said.
The institute, for example,
published the infamous book, The
hoax of the Twentieth Century, by
Arthur Butz which seeks to
prove that there were no mass mur-
ders in the gas chambers, only a
million jews died during the war and
that no plan existed for the Final
Solution."
Zuroff sent a letter to Stephen
Horn, president of California State
university, Long Beach, asking that
Dr Remhard Buchner be dismissed
or censured by the academic
authorities" for being listed on the
editorial advisory board of the first
issue of the Journal.
Zuroff s letter, copies of which
were sent to Cov. Edmund Brown
and the California Board of Regents,
declared: The thought that a man
who would support such ideas is
allowed access to hundreds of
students yearly and that he has in-
voked his academic credentials to
lend credence to this hateful
ideology is extremely distressing."
The journal lists for sale many
books denying the Holocaust as well
as the accepted analyses of world
war II in addition to Butzs book,
some others offered for sale are:
Debunking the Genocide Myth, by
Paul Rassinier, which is a described as
A French socialist who was interned
at Buchenwald tells of his fruitless
search for concrete evidence of the
Holocaust ; The Myth of the Six
Million by Anonymous, described as
the first-ever English language book
to dispute the Holocaust ; and
Hitlers war, by David Irving, the
book which claims there was no
evidence that Hitler ordered the ex-
termination of the Jews.
inflation in Israel Begins to Slow (JTA)
Israel Finance Minister Yigael Hur-
witz announced that the cost-of-
TJing index rose by only 51percent
m March, the last month of the
979/80 fiscal year it was the second
successive month in which the cost-
of-nving index hovered at five per
Ceut many cost-of-liying
economists believe this was a tem-
Dorarv breathing spell and that
Emulations will show steeper rises
Sr April Thev noted that the March
figure benefited from an energetic
campaign to keep prices down
before the Passover holiday.
in April, the beginning of the new
fiscal year, cost-of-living allowances
for the last six months were included
in wages. By agreement between
the government and Histadrut they
were 46 per cent greater than the
previous allowance.
in addition, the price of fuel rose
by 32 per cent this month, which will
mean higher prices for electricity
and water which in turn will increase
the costs of many other products
and commodities.
Meanwhile, the Central Bureau of
Statistics released figures for the full
fiscal year which ended March 31.
The average cost-of-living increase
was 120 per cent. This included a 160
per cent hike in food, a 140 per cent
increase in the cost of housing and a
70 per cent increase in the cost of
clothing and shoes. The price of new
cars declined by six per cent last
month because of lack of customers.
But this had no impact on the overall
price index, the economists said.
Hurwitz took comfort, however,
from the decline in the country's
balance of trade deficit. Exports now
cover almost 70 per cent of imports
compared to barely 50 per cent a
few months ago. It indicates a
lessened demand for imported
goods and a lowering of demand for
consumer goods in general. This
means that manufacturers have had
to find markets for their products
abroad, thereby increasing exports.
Meanwhile, the central Bureau of
Statistics released figures showing
that the standard of living in Israel
dropped six per cent in the last quar-
ter of 1979.
Exercise Your
Will Power
Onlv through the directions con-
tained in your will can you be
assured that your possessions will
ultimately go where you intend,
vou have an old will, check it
thoroughly to see if some of its
provisions are still in keeping with
your intentions. And. while doing so.
please consider a bequest to the
FOUNDATION OF
JEWISH PHILANTHROPIES
the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's
endowment and bequest program.
Call or write:
Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
(305) 576-4000
Sidney Lefcourt. Chairman
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A CHALLENGING EDUCATION

The Talmud tells us, "The
education of children must never be
interrupted, even to rebuild the
Temple." From rabbi to student,
parent to child, teaching our
children about Judaism its laws,
history, traditions and customs
has been the lifeline that has
strengthened our people for 4,000
years.
Yet for many of todays youth,
formal Jewish education ends after
bar/bat mitzvah or confirmation, in
an effort to assure the future of
Jewish survival, a highly successful
concept in Jewish education has
been reaching out to South Florida
teenagers for the past 10 years
the Judaica High School of the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education, a
member of Federations family of
agencies.
Through the cooperation of local
Conservative and Reform
synagogues, day schools and
regional offices of Jewish youth
groups, the Judaica High schooi has
effectively innovated a post bar/ bat
mitzvah program of courses to in-
terest Jewish teens of varying
backgrounds, in this way, the school
combines the total resources of the
Jewish community to improve the
quality of high school Jewish
education. Courses are divided into
two divisions, junior high and senior
high, with the course and subject
matter designed and geared for the
particular age and grade level.
Classes are taught at participating
synagogues, schools and
organization offices.
The school operates under the
co-direction of Rabbi Shimon Azulay
administrator, and Sandy Andron'
youth program director, with the gui-
dance of CAJE President Alfred
Golden and Executive Director Gene
Greenzweig.
According to Rabbi Azulay
teachers are members of the CAJE
faculty and each must be approved
by the synagogues where they will
be teaching, so that class format will
be compatible with the synagogue
and its congregation.
"All of our teachers are well
qualified in the field of Jewish
education. Most are licensed by the
State, but not all, and others are
specialists in various aspects of
Judaism, in addition, caje conducts
its own teacher training program,"
Azulay explained. "We currently have
50 to 60 steady teachers, however,
there are more than 100 on the
school faculty."
A unique aspect of the school is
that teachers and students often
work together in designing the
course format and in selecting the
subject matter. Many of the classes
are not as book oriented as the
teens are used to, and this creates an
exciting atmosphere for the stu-
dents," Andron commented
Another reason the students are so
responsive to the school s program
is that we don't require a long-term
commitment from them a course
is only 10 weeks, one trimester, he
said, and in a single year, they can
take as many as six subjects with six
different teachers.
A further key to the success of the
Judaica High School can be at-
tributed to the relevance of each
course subject, we have found it
much more interesting to the
students if the subject is relevant to
their own lives. Therefore, whatever
the subject, we attempt to teach it
in a relevant manner, such as com-
paring bible stories to modern day
situations,' Azulay said.
An assortment of courses are of-
fered in 10 major areas of study: The
Bible, Hebrew, History, Israel, Jewish
Arts, Literature, Philosophy-Law-
Ethics, Politics, Religion, and
Sociology and Psychology. Each sub-
ject area consists of a variety of
courses. For example, The Bible track
includes The Early Prophets, Family
Relationships in the Bible, The
woman in the Bible; and 13 others
One of the most attractive!
features of the Judaica High School
for many teens is that upon enterinq
10th grade they can earn college i
credit. The cost is minimal and many
high school students have been able
to earn up to one-and-a-half years of I
college credit, all while studying
Judaic subjects.
Special resources and programs
are also offered by the school in-1
eluding Learn-ln programs provided.
to youth organizations. These are!
educational programs given at the
request of youth group directors
and advisors to help round out the
social and recreational activities of
the organizations. Learn-ins are
usually one time sessions utlizing
films or weekend retreats with three
or more teachers.
The most intensive program of-
fered through the school is the Akiva
Leadership Program, students must
be recommended by principals
youth directors and teachers to par-
ticipate in the program. They must
be highly motivated senior high
school students with a strong com-
mitment to Judaism. The purpose of
the program is to develop these
youths as future leaders for the
American Jewish community All
participants must make a minimum
two-year commitment to the
program and be enrolled in at least
four hours of Judaic studies per
week, with a minimum of two hours
in Hebrew. The Akiva group meets
on the average of two-and-a-half
hours per week on Sunday after-
noon and the course of study in-
cludes current events, American
Jewish History; Politics of the Mid
die East; and Sociology of the Early
American Jewish community for
which they can receive three college
credits per term.
The Judaica High School continues
to grow, adding more subjects to its
course schedule and creating new
ways of providing an exciting
challenging Jewish education for our
youth, thereby strengthening their
Jewish identity and helping to
develop the Jewish leaders of
tomorrow.
For further information on the Judaica
High School, and its schedule of courses,
please call the Central Agency forJeuish
Education, 57&4000.


fewish Community Protests
iistrian Recognition of PLO
15
. Dpnresentatives of the Jewish
Lrnmunitv of Greater Miami met on
2T s with the Austrian Consul in
fami or c. Hugo Whitehouse. to
Se a formal protest over Austria s
\Tmt diplomatic recognition of the
destine Liberation organization.
The delegation, headed bv Nor-
man Lipoff. CMJF vice president and
chairman of the Community
Piations committee of the Greater
\um\ Jewish Federation, also in-
cluded Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Executive vice President of the Rab-
Dinicai Association of Greater Miami,
Mark Drucker, regional director of
ORT Henry Parnes, Community
Relations committee; Israel Fried-
man of the American Jewish
congress and Ainslee Ferdie, past
'national commander of the Jewish
war veterans.
The action of the Austrian Chan-
cellor Bruno Kreisky, according
| diplomatic status to PLO represen-
tative cnasi Hussain, is the latest
and most troubling development in
a series of steps by the world com-
munity to afford legitimacy to an
organization which as recently as last
montn was responsible for the
deaths of innocent children in
Israel, Lipoff said.
We feel it incumbent upon our-
selves to publicly go on record as
having voiced our concern and
resolve to do everything possible to
counter this trend, he added.
Volunteers Receive Awards
Representatives of the.hi.ish community meeting with Austrian Consul C, Hugo \\ hitehouseare (left to
right I \orman Lipoff. nee president of the Greater Miami Jeu ish Federation, and chairman Q\ its
Community Relations Committee, Mark Drucker. regional director of OR I. Henry Parnes. (ommunity
Relation* Committee member. Isabel Friedman of the American Jeu ish Congress. Amslcc tent,,-, past
national commander of the Jewish War Veterans: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. executive Olct president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, and Mr. \\ hitehouse.
JVS Job Search
For New Americans
The Jewish vocational Service, one of
Federation s family of agencies, is seeking em-
ployment positions in the community to aid in the
speedy and successful integration of newly arrived
Soviet Jewish emigres in Greater Miami.
If you are interested in hiring any of the in-
dividuals listed below, or are now searching to fin
positions for which you feel a newly arrived emigre
might be qualified, please contact Steven weisberg,
oroiect director of the Training opportunities
program of Federation s Russian Resettlement
program at 672-2773.
forty : e community member Volunteers Recogn,tH>n Luncheon
lh, an annual Federation en, for the icon I o\ I olnntc, rS :,l'm'
G M.IF departments u ith I variety '"" kuP v '" '
""k" i the.I, u ish community SSOO.000annually
1.000 man hour, ar, put in u eehly by the volunteers in an
'" thousands of pieces of multipagi bulk mailings, and
./ other materials bn.ught up to thi Volunteer Sen tee Hun..
rom left tO right) are Alice
I hi id I ried, and Milton MoscowiU
Durst. Julian \n,fe. RoSi Schhssbi
SVETAG.
29 year old Nurse with
limited English.
Desires work In any
health related field.
GRIGORY F.
29 year old man with 8
years experience as
photographic devel-
oper and photo Jour-
nalist. Experience In
color and black /white.
VLADIMIR G.
23 year old mechanical
engineer.
Good English.
RAFAEL A.
39 year old com-
merlcal artist with
limited English. Seeks
any related work In ar-
tistic field.
EMANUIL B.
32 year old man with
10 years experience In
radio, television, and
electronic equipment
repair. Some English.
SEYMON S.
34 year old man with
10 years of experience
as driver and auto
mechanic. Limited
English.


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It 15 often difficult enough for an elderly person
to make the move to Miami Beach from New York
or Chicago, but try doing it from Leningrad at the
age of 82.
That's what Doha Shteyngorn (center) did last
month so that she could be reunited with her
sister, Beatrice Singer of Miami Beach fright), and
niece Rita (left).
With the exception of a visit here ten years ago,
Mrs. Shteyngorn hadn't seen her sister since 1921.
She is being assisted in her resettlement by a
consortium of Federation's family of agencies
working under the aegis of the Russian Reset-
tlement Program, headquartered at the Ida Fisher
School on South Beach. The program has aided in
the successful absorption of over 1,900 Soviet
Jewish emigres who have come to Miami since
1974. Those agencies include the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, the Jewish Vocational -
Service, the Rescue and Migration Service of the
National Council of Jewish Women, Mount Sinai
Medical Center, the Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, the Community Chaplaincy
Service and the Chabad House.
Mrs. Shteyngorn was the 1,324th Soviet Jewish
emigre to join the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity since March 1974 and one of 678 to have
arrived in the past 12 months.
German-U.S. Pension Accord
May Affect S. Fla. Jews
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation hosted a seminar last
month in cooperation with the
Social Security Administration, the
Embassy of the Federal Republic of
Germany, and representatives of the
German social security system to
educate the Jewish community
about a new bilateral agreement
concerning pensions which could af-
fect many Holocaust survivors here
along with former German Jews who
fled Europe before the outbreak of
World war ll.
The agreement, which went into
effect on December 1,1979, and ex-
pires on December 1, 1980, allows
people with social security credits
rom both countries to combine
those credits to determine eligibility
for benefits from either the United
States or the Federal Republic of
Germany.
This aspect of the agreement is
particularly important for people
who did not work long enough in
the united States following their
immigration to qualify for Social
Security benefits.
Other provisions, designed
specifically for U.S. citizens who
were victims of Nazi persecution
permit such people to contribute
voluntarily to the German social
security system to cover periods in
the past when they were unable to
contribute due to unemployment
emigration and personal
catastrophe resulting from the war.
in other cases, an individual who
does not have enought credits in
both countries due to an interrup-
tion caused by persecution and/or
emigration, can pay retroactively in-
to the German system to achieve
eligibility.
in addition, individuals who qualify
as German ethnics as a result of
having attended German language
schools, or who spoke German as
their primary language, but were
among the many hundreds of
thousands who lived in Eastern and
Central Europe before the Second
world war, may include their work
history in their pension
calculations following documen-
tation from their country of origin.
The representative from the
Federal Republic of Germany Lothar
Frank, pointed out that many jews
who lived in Hungary
Czechoslovakia, or other central and
Eastern European countries before
World war n, spoke German as their
primary language.
These people would qualify as
German ethnics under the
agreement, and could become
eligible for German pension
benefits.
He pointed out, however that ot
taining pre-war records fror
Eastern Europe can take up to 1
months.
in the case of destroyed records]
whether in Eastern Europe or ml
Germany, Frank said that the abiiitvl
to establish probability of em-
ployment through affidavit on
through previous restitution re-
cords would allow the individual toj
claim those periods.
in any case, Frank said, combining |
work credits in two or more coun-
tries under the process of
"totalization," in order to obtain a
pension from the Federal Republic of
Germany, would only allow an in
dividual to receive such a pension
based on actual time he had worked
in Germany, unless he chose to make
retroactive payments into the
system.
The agreement, which allows
credits from two national systems to
be combined, is one of a series the
united states Government has
arranged with Italy, the united
Kingdom, Canada, Sweden, Norway,
Israel and Japan, among others
For further information, contact
your area Social Security office


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