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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Study Shows Gravity Essential for Normal Development of Embryo
. .-vj The earth's versity Zoologist Prof. Hefzibah
jERUSAl. ^ indispensable Eyal-Giladi from her research on
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oner development of an
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Differentiation is the process
by which the dividing fertilized
egg develops into various cells, identical cells. regions the head at one end,
each destined to become a dif- It is the influence of gravity on the posterior part at the other,
ferent organ. Without differenti- this process that gives the and so on. Only those organisms
at ion. the fertilized egg. instead developing embryo its axis of which have a circular symmetry
i'l developing into an embryo, symmetry and determines the lo- such as the starfish, mignt
would only give rise to layers of cation of the different body Continued on Page 10-A
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-53 Number 50
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami Florida -- Friday, December 12. 1980
FreaShochit By Mill 60 Centi Price 35 Centfl
Confessions of a Tour Guide
Evangelicals Don't Love Jews
L It's Revelation They Await
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Look, for the great
lajority of tourists I work
(ith particularly the
U-Jewish tourists I'm
fcrael. the only 'live' Israeli
ey meet on a one-to-one
asis.
a nice Jewish boy
i Brooklyn, represent
years of history
Ibraham. Isaac andJacob,
kus and the Twelve
[postles. Gush Emunim,
ace Now and the govern-
ent. It's a terrible bur-
fen.
IBUT IT is a burden that
[liter Zanger, 44, tour guide,
ner Reform rabbi, former
ilain in the U.S. Army,
Jpears to relish. Or he wouldn't
I doing the toughest, most de-
luding, most exhausting job in
8tour business.
Tour guides are a special breed
are individualistic, talk-
Navy at Army
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Stive, with dominating personal-
ities. They have to be intelligent
to be accepted into the Israel
Tourism Ministry's guding
course in the first place, and they
have to have the physical and
emotional stamina to cope.
Zanger has been a guide for six
years. And, he claims with a
touch of pride, he still hasn't
learned to make his job easy on
himself.
"THERE ARE two ways to
guide. You can relax, have a nice
time, tell little stories, make
jokes, show people pretty things.
And that's OK. But it's not for
me. because that means lowering
standards.
'1 figure that if a tourist has
got two days in Jerusalem, or a
week in Israel to last his whole
life. I'v got to give it all I've got,
make it mean something. I get
involved Baptists from Vir-
ginia. Catholics from Baltimore,
Jews from New York or London,
it doesn't matter and that's
Continued on Page 12-A
|Shc Plays a Big Brass Bugle,
to foe Flight Officer
PEST POINT. N.Y. She is
Bidshipman at West Point. She
s the first Jewish woman to
lend the U.S. Naval Academy.
i plays the contrabass bugle,
i largest instrument in the
pm and bugle corps, though
is probably one of the
Uest musicians in the corps.
I wants to be a flight officer,
F one of these days she might
lite a book.
nonconformist 20-year-old
midshipman, Sarah Kovel is
currently attending West Point
on a half-year exchange program
between the service academies, at
the same time maintaining a
family tradition. Though she
opted for the Navy, she follows in
the military footsteps of her
father. Col. Maxim Kovel, who
graduated from West Point in
1957, and her brother. Lt. Jacob
Kovel, a 1980 USMA graduate.
Both are engineers.
SARAH considered ocean
engineering as a career goal and
chose Annapolis instead of West
Point. A second year statistics
class, however, convinced her
that she wasn't going to enjoy
engineering, so she switched her
major to English.
"I really enjoy English and
eventually I'm going to write a
book. In any case, I'll get trained
Continued on Page 9-A
Collectors' Item' Boon
Nazi Material
Easy to Buy
In Argentina
NEW YORK (JTA) -
A neo-Nazi publication,
with Hitler and Mussolini
on the cover, is openly be-
ing sold in the heart of Bue-
nos Aires despite an alleged
police crackdown.
According to Rabbi Morton M.
Rosenthal, director of ADL's
Latin American Affairs
Department, Argentine
authorities assured the
delegation of Argentina Jewish
Associations (DAIA) that the
police had launced a massive
sweep of newsstands to remove
neo-Nazi and other anti-Semitic
literature.
The president of DAIA Dr.
Marco Hector Gorenstein,
reported Nov. 3 to the
representative body of
Argtentine Jewry that the police
action was triggered by a DAIA
complaint against a blatantly
anti-Semitic program that was
recently aired on prime time
Argentine television.
RABBI ROSENTHAL said
that days after the promised
police crackdown, the October
issue of I'apeles. published by
Aryan Nationalist Integral Party
(Partido Ario Naeionalista
Integral!, was still available on
newsstands in downtown Buenos
Aires.
In the October issue, above the
photos of Hitler and Mussolini
standing side-by-side on a
reviewing stand, is the in-
scription. "Buenos Aires is the
capital of the Aryan world."
One of the articles glorifies the
Nazis convicted at the
Nuremberg trials and calls their
accusers "criminals."
Continued on Page 15-A
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Carter has
declared that Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat has
assured him that he wants
to continue the Egyptian-
Israeli peace process. The
President said this reassur-
ance was contained in a
very important message
from Sadat given him at
the White House by
Egyptian Vice President
Hosni Mubarak.
Carter had declined to revea.
I the contents of the Sadat
Continued on Page 6-A
ZOA Uraes No Protest When UN Issues Palestine Day Stamp
*r j 4_ "rn, 7.HA & usual. We would also like to avoid tl
NEW YORK (JTA) The Zionist
Organization of America is advising its
members not to protest the "Inalienable
Rjghts of the Palestinian People" stamps
which the United Nations will issue on Jan.
31 in order to prevent them from becoming
a "collectors item."
In a letter addressed to Dear ZOA
Leader Paul Flacks, executive director of
the ZOA. acknowledged "the propaganda
value of the stamp itself."
HOWEVER, HE WROTE "We under-
stand that for a 'first issue the actual
number of ".-" Printed is less than
usual. We would also like to avoid these
stamps becoming a 'collectors item.' To
protest the issuance of these stamps, may
therefore, creat a 'market' for them that
would not be desirable. Stamp dealers will
be quick to capitalize on the sets if they
l Continued on Page 15-A


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Friday. Dewmbe, 12
As one of a series of event celebrating the 120th anniversary of the birthday of Henrietta
Szold, founder of Hadassah, a seminar on the organization's A merican Affairs programs was
held recently at Temple Emanu-El in New York, where Hadassah first met. Left to right are
the new national president of Hadassah, Frieda S. Lewis; Dr. Phyllis Chester, clinical
psychologist, who is well known in feminist circles and was part of the American group
attending the recent International Women's Conference in Copenhagen; Joan Dash, author
of 'Summoned to Jerusalem,' the biography of Henrietta Szold; and Eleanor Barrett,
national A merican Affairs chairman.
Headlines
Evangelical Christians, Jews Pow-Wow
The second national conference of Evangelical
Christians and Jews, two groups whose sig-
nificance in American life was underscored in the
recent elections, is taking place Dec. 9 to 11 at
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, DeerGeld,
111.
Rabbi A. James Rudin, assistant national
director of Interreligious Affairs of the American
Jewish Committee, and Dr. Marvin R. Wilson,
chairman of the Department of Biblical Studies.
Gordon College, Wenham, Mass, are the con-
ference coordinators.
Under the title, "Evangelicals and Jews in an
Age of Pluralism," the meeting is bringing to-
gether more than 70 leading scholars, theo-
logians, clergymen and religious educators from
both fakh communities and from all parts of the
United-States.
Among the themes examined are "Current
State of Evangelical-Jewish Relations," "Moral
and Spiritual Challenge of the 80s," "Jewish
View of the New Testament," "Evangelical
Christian View of Hebrew Scriptures,"
"Jerusalem in Biblical and Theological
Tradition."
A donation of $30,000 for Italian earthquake
relief has been announced by the president of the
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee,
Donald M. Robinson, who described the con-
tribution as being made in behalf of the American
Jewish community by the JDC as its represen-
tativejor overseas relief.
JDC, noted Robinson, is opening its mailbox to
those who wish to help. According to Ralph I.
Goldman, executive vice president of JDC, the
agency, acting in cooperation with HIAS, has
instructed its staff in Rome to make themselves
available to the Italian authorities for relief work
and has begun soliciting volunteers from among
the Soviet emigrant population awaiting visas to
the United States in Rome.
Julius Berman of Forest Hills has been re-
elected to a second term as president of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America at
the Orthodox Union national convention at the
Sheraton Boston.
Nathan K. Gross of Manhattan, who served for
over three decades as a national vice president of
the Orthodox Union, and as chairman of its Joint
Kashruth Commission, has been elected chairman
of the Board of Directors.
Marcos Katz, of Mexico City, was elected to
the new position of chairman of the Board of
Governors.
While the managerial sector of Israel's labor1
force consists almost entirely of males of Israeli or
European descent (Ashkenazim), women and
Sepharadim (Jews of Asian-African descent) are
proportionally over-represented in the lower
echelons of organizational hierarchies. Is this
because Israeli society is biased against women
and Sepharadim? Are sex and ethnicity critical
factors in evaluating managers?
According to a new Tel Aviv University study
by Dre. Dafna and Dov Izraeli, women and
Sepharadim in managerial positions are not, on
the whole, perceived as less competent or less
effective managers than male, Ashkenazi or
Israeli managers in identical managerial positions
exhibiting identical managerial behavior. Almost
too good to be true, the good news of no sex or
ethnic prejudice in management in Israel has,
however, a catch to it.
The bad news: The equal evaluation of males
and females, Sepharadim, Ashkenazim and
Israelis was found to be the case -regarding
women and Sepharadim who have already
demonstrated experience, ability, skill and
achievements as managers. Women and
Sepharadim without proven experience and
success were evaluated somewhat lower than
their Ashkenazi and Israeli male counterparts.
A 23- member delegation from the Women's
League for Israel has arrived in Jerusalem to
hand over a major contribution to their recently-
created Book Endowment Fund for the Library of
the Hebrew University's Paul Baerwald School
for Social Work. They also presented the
League's annual scholarships to 14 women
students, whose families are immigrants from
Iran, Tunisia, Yemen, Libya, Algeria, Bulgaria,
Turkey and Morocco.
The American group, which had come from
New York and Florida, was headed by Mrs.
Arthur Schumer, founder, vice president and
chairman of the Book Endowment Fund, and
Mrs. Anita Pinsky, vice president and tour
chairman.
Sen. Rudy Boschwitz of Minnesota has ac-
cepted an invitation to serve as a senior adviser to
President-Elect Ronald Reagan's transition team
on the Small Business Administration.
Boschwitz. a small businessman himself and a
member of the Senate Committee on Small Busi-
ness, will advise the transition team as it reviews
existing policies, programs, personnel and bud-
gets of the Small Business Administration.
Commenting on his role, Boschwitz said, "As
one of the few small businessmen in Congress, I
think I can help the new administration set
policies that will be helpful to small business. I
will work to assure that the Small Business
Administration is a help and not a hindrance to
small business."
"Orthodox Jews are now strong enough to
embark on its newest challenge of winning over
the Jewish masses," was the central message of
America's leading Torah sages at the keynote
session of the 58th national convention of
Agudath Israel of America in Portchester, N. Y.
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, dean of Mesivta
Tifereth Jerusalem, chairman of the Moetzes
Gedolei HaTorah (Council of Torah Sages),
speaking by telephone hookup from his home!
said, "We must feel the immediacy of Klal
Yisroel's problems, not simply view them from a
distance. Personal involvement will result in our
caring and acting with the sense of desperation
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wish communal leader Boris Shteinshleifer (center) of New
\ark signs an agreement providing the American Association
L Jewish Education with $75,000 to reestablish a national
feting bureau. Looking on (left to right), are AAJE president,
Irthur Brody; Dr. Shimon Frost, the agency's director; Lester
sons. Mr. Shteinshleifer's counsel; and Mrs. Sonia Shtein-
Heifer. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Pope John Paul
(Talks With Leaders
Of German Jewry
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) Pope
ohn Paul 11 conferred with
^preservatives of the Cen-
Organization of Ger-
an Jews in Mainz, the an-
Rhineland city where
ws have lived con-
nuously for more than 900
ars.
: spoke in praise of German
i who contributed to German
llture and of the declarations by
Jtholic bodies in West Germany
recent years calling for a
der base of understanding
the Jewish community. He
by implication, the
ant role of the Church in
nany during the era of Nazi
cution.
; PONTIFF refrained from
ntioning Israel in the course of
dialogue with 30 prominent
t German Jews representing
Jewish population of
I in the Federal Republic.
Recording to participants in
I meeting, his comments made
Inference to the Arab-Israeli
conflict, and all of his references
were to the "Holy Land." He
expressed hope that Jerusalem
will enjoy peace and prosperity
and that all parties involved
would cooperate toward those
goals.
Last week, however, the Pope
said that any Middle East
solution that did not recognize
Palestinian rights and the
religious uniqueness of Jerusalem
would be only a partial solution
and he rejected it.
MUCH OF the dialogue was
devoted to the persecution of
Jews by the Third Reich. Werner
Nachmann. chairman of the
Central Council of Jews in
Germany, told the Pontiff that
"the land of Israel has become a
symbol of our survival after the
Holocaust."
He departed from his prepared
text to urge the Vatican to
support the Middle East peace
process based on the Camp David
accords. Referring to Jerusalem,
he said that never in its history
was access to the holy places by
people of all faiths more free than
it is today.
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Party May Call For Palestine Solution
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
The Labor Party may go to
the polls in the 1981
elections with a foreign
policy platform calling for a
solution of the Palestinian
problem within the frame-
work of a single Jordanian-
Palestinian state to which
Israel would cede portions
of the West Bank not es-
sential to its security.
The platform plank, complete
except for final touches, was un-
veiled over the weekend by Israel
Galili, the veteran Laborite who
heads the political committee
which drafted the plank. It does
not deviate from Labor's long-
standing position rejecting a
separate Palestinian state be-
tween Israel and the Jordan
River.
THE ONLY surprise was
(jalili's statement in a radio
interview that "We will not dic-
tate to this Jordanian-Palestinian
state what form of government it
ought to have or who should head
it. That would be the business of
its citizens and they would have
to choose between (King) Hus-
sein, (Yasir) Arafat or someone
else," Galili said. His remark was
the first by a prominent Israeli
implying that Israel could live at
peace with a neighbor headed by
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization chief.
The platform was drafted by
Galili, former Foreign Minister
Abba Eban, former Justice
Minister Chaim Zadok and
former Police Minister Shlomo
Hillel. Galili said it does not rule
out an interim arrangement
whereby a small area of territory
would be ceded in exchange for a
commensurate advance toward
peace on the part of Israel's
eastern neighbor.
In a final settlement with the
Jordanian-Palestinian state,
Israel would cede parts of the
West Bank. The Labor Party has
long maintained that once a
peace agreement is signed, Israel
should retain a security presence
on the West Bank while the
heavily Arab-populated regions
would revert to Arab
sovereignty. That, in essence was
the plan advanced by the late
Yigal Allon who envisaged an
Israel security belt along the
Jordan River and Arab
sovereignty in the central high-
lands.
GALILI SAID the plan em-
phatically rules out a separate
Palestinian state. He said the
basic fact is that Jordan is Pales-
tine and the majority of its
citizens are Palestinians.
The platform insists that
Jerusalem remain Israel's united
capital under its full sovereignty
with free access to the holy places
of all faiths. It provides no clear-
cut answers to the problem of
control of the holy places. It
allows no more than symbolic
territorial concessions on the
Golan Heights because anything
more would endanger Israel's
security.
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Pnday, December ||,,
Let No One Get Tired
At a time when the Israel Bonds Organization
has surpassed the $5 billion sales mark, the organiza-
tion also announces:
t A commitment to produce an additional $150
million in cash by the end of the year;
A new $50 million State of Israel Variable
Rate Bond for employee benefit plans and union
funds only, with a yield of 7.5 percent minimum rate
supplemented by one-half the excess, if any, of the
average prime rate over 7.5 percent as determined
twice annually.
These announcements make eminent sense
against a backdrop of the strained realities of world
monetary affairs and, of course, the volatile political
condition in the Middle East, making Israel's
struggle against inflation and the need to expand its
economy under the most unfavorable conditions at
home and abroad an absolute "must."
Speaking of Israel's economic challenges ahead,
Gary R. Gerson, chairman of the South Florida Israel
Bonds Campaign, has said, "Let no one get tired." If
anything, the imperative ought to be even more
forceful: Let no one dare get tired.
In this context, the State of Israel Bonds
Organization has called for payment of 1980 pledges
before the end of the year and is designating Dec. 14
and 21 as Crash Cash Week for Israel Bonds.
As Gerson has noted, Israel is still in a financial
position which requires that the world Jewish com-
munity continue to send help. During the past 30
years, the Israel Bond Organization has given assist-
ance in building every aspect of Israel's economy.
Bonds have strengthened its national infrastructure
in such areas as energy, water development, tele-
communications, industrial parks, oil exploration,
and the building of airports, harbors and railroad
lines.
Dec. 14 and 21 is a red-letter date in this 30-year
period. Crash Cash Week emphasizes that outstand-
ing commitments for this year in our community
must be paid before the beginning of the New Year so
the money can go directly to Israel. Now. Let no one
get tired.
Some Specious Reasoning
Since the election of Ronald Reagan there has
been a steady stress of media reports and commen-
taries that Reagan will have to move away from his
all-out campaign support for Israel and "tilt" toward
the Arabs once he is inaugurated as President on
Jan.20.
Reagan's position on Israel during the campaign
was unequivocal. He maintained that the United
States not only has a moral responsibility toward the
Jewish State but that Israel is an ally and the only
country the U.S. can rely on in the Middle East.
What's more, spokesmen for Reagan pointed out to
Jewish audiences that Reagan's support for Israel
goes back to before he ever considered entering
politics.
But now some pundits predict that like Jimmy
Carter, Reagan will see the necessity for change once
he takes office. And the reason they cite for this is
the turmoil now in the Persian Gulf. They maintain
that the Palestinian issue and the question of Jeru-
salem must be settled in order to stabilize the Middle
East.
Give us a break. Is the Palestinian issue the
reason that Iraq attacked Iran over a border region
that has been disputed between the two countries for
centuries?
But every time a crisis occurs in the Middle
East, Arab leaders and their willing appeasers in the
U.S. are all too willing to make the ridiculous claim
that this problem could be solved if Israel allowed the
Palestinians to have a state. We hope the Reagan
Administration will not be taken in by this.
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Volume 53 Number 50
German-Jewish Ties Need Boost
A REMARKABLE interviev .
is reported between West Get .
man Chancellor Helmut Schmidt
and Israel's Foreign Ministei
Yitzhak Shamir that took place
in Bonn just one month ago. i
According to Shamir, Schmidf i
said a number of things that
require careful consideration.'
Among the least of them was
Schmidt's observation that the
Iraq-1 ran war has improved
Israel's international standing.
If this was a coarse statement
of opinion because it substitutes
the purported excellence of
muscle for the meekness of
morality, it merely reflected the
low level of diplomatic im-
peratives that are prevalent
among heads of state and pro-
fessional government bureau-
crats generally.
BUT SCHMIDTS observa-
tion was at least refreshing for its
candor it frankly relied on the
vocabulary of power politics
rather than on the saccharine
morality that rich folks cus-
tomarily feed their poor relatives
as a prelude to cutting them off
from the payroll.
The interview was all the more
remarkable because Schmidt's
candor extended into some very
MAN OMAH0T SEAT

I sensitive areas 0f fc
Realpolitik. Primarily ffiS
is reported to have' ,2Si
Shamir that the FederalPlM
would act against*ffjjjl
Liberation Organization ?
pi"/, bK [mally proved thattK
PLO.sbeh.nd the reemerg?!1
ant.-Semit.sm in Europe
In this regard, the W
German chancellor made \
effort to minimize his R0V "
ments growing tilt toward^
m.tted that Bonn has voted f<
number of anti-Israel resolut"
in the past both at the Unit
Nations and in the halls of th
European Economic CommuiA
-the Venice Declaration of iV
Nine last June is a case in point
ON THE other hand, and tJ
is the most remarkable thim.,
all. Schmidt denied that he I
grown hostile toward Israel and
he even complained about tha
attacks against him and the Fed]
eral Republic in the Israeli prf
- quite as if he could see
relationship between Germany,!
deeds and the negative reaction!
that seemed so baffling to him I
The important thing is thattl
appeared to worry him What isl
more. Schmidt confessed that his I
government's anti-Israel votingl
record was the result of pressurtl
from other members of the EEC
If true, this last is astonishing!
not so much because of what it I
might indicate about, say,
Britain or France, the obviousI
culprits to which Schmidt may-
have been alluding. It is
astonishing because of what it
says about Germany. Is the
inference we are intended to draw'
that without this pressure Bonn'
would have voted differently at]
the UN and in the deliberatkm]
of the EEC?
What, in the end. would this do
to his petrodiplomacy?0rarewt
meant to conclude that the
present course ot Schmidt's Art*
tilt might otherwise never emu
have been plotted?
TIME WAS when no pressure.
not from the EEC, not even from
Continued on Page I7-A
New Jewish Face on Political Scene
Not since 1876 has a Jew
been elected to Congress
from Massachusetts. Now
Barney Frank, a Jew who
has served with distinction
in the Bay State
legislature, has been chosen
in the Fourth
Congressional District to
succeed Congressman
Robert F. Drinan, a Jesuit
priest and a former law
college dean.
Father Urinan was obligated to
leave Congress by a Papal
decision. Congressman-elect
Barney Frank goes to Congress
in part, at least, because
Humberto Cardinal Medeiros of
Boston. without mentioning
Frank by name, urged voters to
defeat Frank in view of his stand
on abortion.
This all came from a fire
ignited in the primary. After
Frank emerged victorious in his
primary fight with Mayor Arthur
Clark of Waltham, Mass.. Clark's
chief strategist said out loud
what many people were thinking:
"Too much church. Barney
needed that (opposition by the
church). We didn't."
IN THE November election,
Barney Frank went on to down
his Republican opponent, a
retired Army dentist, who had
flirted with the John Birch
Society and probably would have
made it to Washington had he
not been swamped by heavy
voting, especially by Jews in
K*&V&ZWVi^^
I
Robert
i
well-populated Brookline and
Newton.
That Cardinal Medeiros had
every right to speak up as he did
is obvious. That by doing so, he
had to expect to take a few lumps
from independent-minded voters
is obvious also. Some folks with
low boiling points tried to make
out that the Cardinal was
violating the treasured American
tradition of church-state
separation. Not at all. He was
privileged to enter the political
kitchen once he made up his mind
to do so; but it was an unusually
hot kitchen.
America, a weekly magazine
published by the Jesuit Fathers,
offered a sensible wrap-up on the
misadventure. They held that
when the Cardinal, in effect, said
that voters share the guilt of
politicians "who make abortions
possible." he was somewhat out
of line. The Jesuit magazine
added that by addressing the
issue of abortion in such specific
terms so shortly before the
primary election, the prelate was
reducing the decisions in the
primary to a single issue.
NOT GOOD, the Jesuit
editorial writer concluded. This
was something that up to nw
the Cardinal and other America!
Catholic bishops had steadfastly f
refused to do.
America was troubled also by
the Cardinal's assertion tha
"those who make abortic*
possible cannot separate
themselves totally from theguik
which accompanies thii|
horrendous crime and deadly
sin."
This same pronouncement
irked a great many voters of the j
three major faiths
Howard Phillips, one of New
England's most vocal, champions
of the New Right philosophy.'
delighted with the Cardinals
words and action I see he has
joined the Moral Majority.
Phillips said. Richard \igu*
the New Right's star mone)
raiser, rejoiced also.
In his view. Cardinal Medein*
in his unsuccessful effort
defeat Frank and a CatholK
Congressman. James
Shannon of the '
Massachusetts District. boos<
the position of the New JJJ
"It iV another stepping^
the whole process. ,
said "H certainly g'\.
legitimacy to the whole proce^
BUT IT appears that noW
has commented on the C arm"
action with more underswnow
Rev
a'veta*"
and discernment inan
Catholic scholar, the Veiy
George G. Higgins
Continued on Page 12-A


^Jmllh tikrrcJfon
We Need Maximun Input
By MURRAY ZUCKOFF
DETROIT |ax Fisher,
chairman of
u. Board of Governors of
Itbe
Jewish Agency who
been a behind-the-
nes adviser on Jewish
Ues and Israel to several
Republican Presidents, told
is and publishers of
American Jewish pubhca-
lions that the task of the
Jewish community durmg
the Administration of Pres-
ident Reagan will be "to
maintain our presence and
to assure that it has "maxi-
mum input on issues of
:oncerntous."
Addressing the American Jew-
h Press Association, which held
j midwinter conference here in
injunction with the 49th Gen-
1 Assembly of the Council of
ewish Federations, Fisher
ressed that the most important
,pect of the new Administration
be the kind of foreign policy
isers Reagan chooses.
HE NOTED that from all
ndications. Reagan's tran-
itional team as well as his pre-
inary choices for the posts of
Tetary of State. Treasury and
itional security adviser are
isically pro-Israel, as is the
Unit-elect himself.
Fisher said that among those
rircted to head the State De-
Ttment are Gen. Alexander
iaig. former commander of the
iATO forces, a great friend of
mel"; and veorge Shultz. who
heading Reagan's economic
licy coordinating committee
former I reasury Secretary.
so a friend of Israel. The
ariing candidate lor the post of
reasurt Secretary. Fisher
ded. a V. illiam Simon, who
a> Treai ur> Secretary under
res.dent Ford.
hope- Dick (Richard) Allen
Hi. be the foreign policy ad-
|nr," Fisher said. Allen was an
dviser to Nixon who left the
eagan campaign in the last
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He expressed the view that
Reagan will not be a
President of the new right
but will move toward the
middle. Fisher warned
the extreme right is a'danger
to the.Jewish community.
week of the election windup after
an article in the Wall Street
Journal tagged him as having
been involved in some financial
irregularity while in the Nixon
Administration.
FISHER ALSO noted that
Reagan's transition team in-
cludes a number of pro-Israel
individuals. He mentioned Sen.
Richard Stone, who heads the
Senate Foreign Relations Sub-
committee on the Middle East,
and who was defeated in the
Florida Democratic primaries;
Sen. Henry Jackson (D.. Wash.),
and former Undersecretary of
State, Eugene Rostow.
Fisher noted that former Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger
will have "an important input" in
the new Administration but that
he is unlikely to be the new Sec-
retary of State.
Fisher said he spent "a great
deal of time struggling with
myself" whether to support
Reagan's candidacy, since he
supported former President Ford
as the Republican Presidential
candidate. "I had three meetings
with Reagan before I was re-
assured" that he would be "a
strong ally of Israel," Fisher
said.
REFERRING to the Moral
Majority, the fundamentalist
rightwing Christian movement.
Fisher said Reagan has already
made it clear that just because
the Moral Majority supported his
Presidential bid it does not follow
that he supports the movement's
views on every issue.
Nevertheless. Fisher said that
while both the GOP and the
Moral Majority are pro-Israel, if
for no other reason than they are
anti-Communist, "we will have to
watch out for the Moral
Majority."
He expressed the view that
Reagan will not be a President of
the new right but will move
toward the middle. Fisher
warned. however, that
histrocially. the extreme right is
a danger to the Jewish com-
munity. He stressed several
times that America is a plural-
istic society and that it must
remain so.

A Reader Reports
She Rose to Say
A Few Words
Phyllis Kaye, of Pompano Beach, Fla., reports
the following:
In an upper New York State city, more than 80
Jewish men and women gathered at the funeral
parlor to pay their last respects to Mr. Norman
Finkle. The young rabbi presiding at the service rose
to his feet.
"Friends of Mr. Finkle," he began. "Members
of the family of Mr. Finkle, my profound con-
dolences. As most of you know, I am the new rabbi
I arrived in your fair city only yesterday.
"Being a complete stranger to the community, I
am grieved not to know about Mr. Finkle's life and
his past good deeds, and I think we would all of us
welcome a few remarks from someone in this
gathering."
Two minutes passed in silence. Three minutes.
Five minutes. Then there was a rustling sound as a
woman stood up, an imposing figure to whom every-
one turned their eyes.
"My name is Henrietta Liebowitz," she began.
"As long as no one seems to wish to talk about Mr.
Finkle, I'd like to say a few words about Hadassah."
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At Weizmann Institute Dinner on Beach
Annual dinner of the
Florida Division of the
Weizmann Institute of
Science is scheduled for
Sunday evening at the
Fontainebleau Hilton
Hotel, Miami Beach.
David Frost, world-
renowned television per-
sonality, whose roster of
personalities he has in-
terviewed reads like a
Who's Who in world power,
will be guest speaker at the
dinner. He will share the
speaker's rostrum v. ith
Prof. John Ross, no-ed
scientist from Stanford
University.
Tha Florida Division of the
Weizmann Institute is headed by
Carter Says
David Frost
.lay Weiss, ot North Miami, and
embraces Institute friends and
supporters in the Florida region,
including Puerto Rico and the
Virgin Islands.
THE DINNER is in behalf of
the year-round educational and
research programs of Israel's
primary scientific research center
founded by Dr. Chaim Weix-
mann, Israel's famed scientist-
statesman and its first President.
Frost has just returned from
Egypt and Israel, as well as from
the Weizmann Institute's annual
convocation of its international
Board of Govern fore at the
Institute's 75-acre campus in
Rehovot.
Prof. Ross is co-chairman of
the Institute's Nobel Laureate-
studded Advisory Council.
The star-studded social event
will also be the stage for the
showing of a film produced in
England. Israel and the United
States and narrated by David
Schoenb run. noted commentator
on world affairs.
IT WILL feature Lord Sieff of
BrimptOI), chairman of the
Institute's international Board of
Governors; Prof. Michael Sela,
Institute president; Nobel
Laureate Christian B. Anfinsen,
of the National Institute of
Health; and Abba Eban, former
president of the Institute and
Israel's one-time Foreign
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Seven major scientist,
whom the international riJ
community has heaped
and whose work rnirm
vitality of the wfflj
st.tut*. will be single^,
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Berenblum, Michael Sela 1
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Sadat Wants Peace Move to Continue
Continued from Page 1-A
message when he spoke to
reporters after his meeting with
Mubarak. His disclosure was
made before 1.200 people at-
tending an Israel Bonds dinner at
the Washington Hilton Hotel at
which Lane Kirkland. president
of the AFL-CIO. was presented
the 1980 Golda Meir Leadership
Award for "his many years of
leadership, service and dedi-
cation" in support of Israel.
Carter stressed that United
States support for Israel was a
true partnership" not just a
large country helping a smaller
one. "I have been privileged as
President to help in forging that
true partnership between the
United States and Israel, a
partnership built not on the
superiority of one of the partners,
but on the common interest goals
and values of both nations and
peoples."
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American Labor movement's un-
flagging support for Israel and a
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*Ja*l*tfhrkMam
Page 7-A
toresentative Robert F. Drinan (left) receives the dedication
iLue for the Robert F. Drinan Human Rights Information
Inter from Robert Gordon, president of the Union of Councils
^Soviet Jews. The Center is a project of the Union in Madrid,
litre a review meeting of the 1975 Helsinki accords has been
iing place.
f.S. Scores 'Stunning'
Success at Madrid
Washington The
adrid conference re-
dwing l he implementa-
on of the Helsinki accords
been a "stunning
iccess for the United
Sates, its allies. Jews and
Ihcr human rights advo-
nv> over the Soviet
[nion. said Dr. William
forty, director of inter-
Mional policy research for
|nai B'rith
iir Kore) a noted
pietologisl who lias just
lumed from the conference,
aBnai B'rith Public Affairs
I n the object i\ ea oi
I mini Si ai. ~ were 'greai ly
I
I in Madrid mink
v of I he far-
I urords signed
' i I)j U5 European
ind i he t' nited
!" I irds establish
I for i oncei n and co-
paiion in |() rnaji issues, in-
Minj; human rights
PIE OVERRIDING objective
|hi-l llitl : -: nil in sensitizing
world in human rights was
l' concrete to people every-
Kore) -aid.
pericans found support not
h from their Western allies.
lw> from neutral nations,
?m Warsaw Pact countries
[' sympathetically disposed"
prposition on human rights,
p> declared
In contended that the Soviet
W frequentl) blundered in its
P"1*8 ;" charges of violating
hunu.n rights of its citizens.
r Kremlin's "terrible
J">>. which included stone-
Pjg. had the effect of unifying
l^esi and bringing the human
s issues into greater promi-
p*. Kore) said.
SUGGESTED that the
Soviets were engaged in a
"damage-1 imitation'' process
while waiting to see how the in-
coming Reagan administration
reacts to claims of Soviet Vio-
lations of the Helsinki pad
Korey described as "extra-
ordinary" that nine European
countries raised the issue "t
Soviet anti-Semitism, calling il a
'historic breakthrough." More
extraordinary, he said, was that
they listed specific case- in-
volving Jewish refuseniks, of-
ficial anti-Semitic propaganda
and deprivation of Jewish
culture.
Korey credited Max Kam-
pelman. < r>< hairman ul th< I S
delegation und vice
chairman ol B'nai B'rith Vnti
Defamation League, for much ol
the success and cited Kb
mar, outstanding perceptive-
ne-- and kmiwled
Kore) also credited S
Jews 200 "i whom
hunger strike on lh eve ol the
Madrid conference \o\ I. thus
making human rights
themselves an item on Mai
agenda
AM) HE singled out the
mothers and w Ives ol refuseniks
These women now residing in
Israel, showed up in Madrid and
held pre-- conferences to ensure
that the world would be aware ol
the situation intheSoviel I nion,
he explained.
Another significant action at
the conference was the
distribution to every delegate 0
ihe Muebook of the Presidium ol
Soveil Jewry. The Muebook.
prepared by B'nai Both and
several other Jewish orgamza
lions, consists ol 100 pages ol
case studies o( Soviet human
rights violations.
Korey concluded that the West
pointed out to the Kremlin that
there is linkage between rights
and issues of concern to the
Soviets.
^nn.n,-,ri
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to Mistreatment of Blacks Noted |
I WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department
that it was not aware of "any mistreatment" of the
Jjk Hebrews living in Israel. Department spokesman
|h Trattner, replying to questions about the allegation
[syndicated columnist William Raspberry that the
fCK Hebrews are being harassed by the Israeli govern-
Pt. said, "We are very much aware of the Black
fjrews living in Israel. We have taken steps to remain
f 'se contact with them and to see that their situation
^ains reasonably safe and secure, not because there is
" threat but simply because they are American citizens
,J are living in that country and we look out for them as
k out for any American citizens who are residents
ooo
Jewish National Fund Honors
Mayor Stephen P. Clark at Annual Dinner
The JNF Annual Tribute Banquet, the focal
point of all JNF activities will be held on Sun-
day. December 21st at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel at 6:30 p.m. and will honor Mayor
Stephen Clark. Mayor of Metropolitan Dade
County. A most impressive list of dignitaries
will participate in this outstanding JNF social
event of the season.
The Jewish National Fund is the Land
Development Agency of the Government and
of the People of Israel. The JNF is presently
engaged in the greatest land reclamation un-
dertaking since it was created in 1901. The JNF
entering upon its 80th birthday is now engaged
in preparing the land in the Negev, and for the
removal of 21 settlements to the Galilee. In ad-
dition to this the JNF prepares sites for new
settlements throughout the country, it con-
structs security roads, it brings water, It plants
trees and forests, it creates parks, it improves
the environment, it enhances the quality of life.
The Negev and the Galilee represent over 70
percent of the country. To quote the great
David Ben-Gurion, "Unless we conquer the
desert, the desert will conquer us."
The JNF internationally has adopted a
budget of $150 million for 1980-81, and the JNF
of Greater Miami accepts its quota of $1.2
million.

Stephen P. Clark Mayor, Metropolitan Dade County: Honoree
Mayor Clark has given this area great leadership. He is very active in the Variety
Childrens Hospital, ha has long been interested in aiding retarded children and is an
active member of the Mental Health Society of Dade County and the Retarded
Children's Society of Dade County. He has received the Republic of Panama's
highest decoration for his efforts in promoting closer ties between that country and
the United States. He received the National Commander's Award of the Disabled
American Veterans of World War II. He received the City of Hope Award and the
Humanitarian Award of the B'nai B'rith. Mayor Clark has been identified with Israeli
causes, and his name is inscribed in a wing of the Medical Center in Beersheba.
Israel. He has been a great supporter of Israel and the JNF.
Rabbi William Berkowitz Pres. JNF of America: Guest Speaker
The revered Rabbi of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, New York City. Founder, Director
and Moderator of the Institute of Adult Jewish Studies, national prominent Dialogue
lecture series as well as the acclaimed New School for Adults of the Institute of
Adult Jewish Studies For over 15 years broadcast weekly pre taped Sabbath Ser-
vices and special High Holy Day Services on Radio Station WEVD. New York City.
Former President Bnai Zion, Chairman. Exec. Committee, New York Board of Rabbis,
former member of the Board of Governors. State of Israel Bonds, member of the
Cabinet. Jewish Theological Seminary of America, member of the Board Hadoar;
member of the National Praesidium. Hietadrut Ivrith; Founders Committee of the
Hebrew magazine. Lamishpaha. Author of five books, and many magazine articles.
Dr. Irving Lehrman Chairman JNF Foundation
Dr. Lehrman has been a stalwart of the community, the people, and the State of
Israel since he assumed the leadership of Temple Emanu-EI in Miami Beach 36 years
ago. As chairman of the Jewish National Fund Foundation, Dr. Lehrman has played
a decisive role in the development of the JNF throughout the nation. Former
President of the Synagogue Council of America. His identification with Israel has
been recognized through his election as National Vice President of the Zionist
Organization of America and as Honorary Fellow of both the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and of Bar llan University. In addition, Dr. Lehrman has served as National
Chairman of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the United Jewish Appeal, Chairman of the
Board of State of Israel Bonds, and campaign chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation .
Abraham Grunhut President, JNF of Greater Miami
Vice President Washington Savings & Loan Association. He served in the British
Army during World War II. He was an intelligence officer with the Israel Army and the
Palmach, during the Israel War of Liberation. He is Vice-President of Technion.
member of the Greater Miami Federation Committee on Jewish Education, director
of Greater Miami-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Advisory Board
for the Senior Citizens Day Care Center, past president of the Zionist Organization of
America. Miami Beach, and Past Chairman of the Greater Miami Zionist President's
Council.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz Chairman Executive Board JNF
Beloved spiritual leader of Temple Menorah for over three decades. Rabbi
Abramowitz is totally identified with Israel and committed to the JNF. He served as
Chaplain in the U.S. Army station in Berlin, was Emigration Officer of the Joint
Distribution Committee in Italy, in charge of liquidating the D.P. camps in Europe.
Former President of North Shore Zionist District, National Chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans, former President of Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, and
Assistant to the President. Tel Aviv University.
Moe Levin Vice President JNF
Courageous and visionary Labor Zionist leader. National Vice-President Histadrut
Foundation. Pioneer in the upbuilding of the State ot Israel even prior to its
establishment. He was Commander of the Defense of Jerusalem during the War of
Independence. He is the esteemed President of the Chaim Weizman Branch of Far-
band, entering his second decade of leadership, a symbol and a tower of strength to
the JNF and the entire Jewish community._________
Ernest Samuels Vice President JNF
President of Point East. Dynamic civic and community leader, and President ot the
State Condominium Association. He is revered for his Integrity and visionary leader
shio in the Condominium Association, where he led and won the fight for con-
dominium owner's freedom. Valiant leader of JNF, respected and admired by all
political factions on the local, state and national level. ___________________________



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Augusta (Gus) Mentz Chairperson Women tor JNF
Gus Mentz is Co-Chairperson of JNF Morton Towers, admired loader and former
President of Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, and has served as President of
Miami Beach Hadassah Region. She is prominent lecturer on behalf of Hadassah.
and ardent worker and leader on behalf of Youth Allya. She has contributed Im-
measurably to the strength of JNF Qreater Miami. Her vitality and dynamic energy
presence of mind and heart hsve made her an outstanding community, civic and JNF
leader. _______^
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No Moral Pygmies
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I* "day, Decent
*r 12,19

Affiliation ffigher Than We Think
By RABBI
MARCTANENBAUM
Sccnnil in u Three-Part Series
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Three Great Awakenings in
America the first, in the 13
colonies from 1725-1770; the
second, west of the Alleghenies,
1770-1830; the third, 1865-1899,
with the rise of city evangelism
were all responses to the wide-
spread decline of religion and the
((generated moral conditions of
I he limes. \'e may well be in the
midsl ol the Fourth Great
Awakening today.
The point is that there are
more people affiliated with our
churches and synagogues today
than any time in the past. And
while we lace real and serious
moral issues in contemporary
America and in the troubled
world, it serves no useful purpose
in imply that we are a generation
ol moral pygmies when con-
trasted with our forebears who
were supposedly moral giants.
PRECISELY because then-
are more Americans who are
religiously committed today than
in the past, we are in a far better
position to mobilize conscience
and moral will to cope con-
structively and realistically with
our many problems. That means
that religious and civic leadership
needs to speak to our better
selves rather than evoke
paralyzing images of our worst
selves.
A vital lesson-that should be
derived from our past is that
when confronted with the
massive moral challenges of the
frontier societies, evangelical
leaders to their everlasting
credit launched a wide range of
moral reform movements as
voluntary expressions of the
churches.
Organized benevolence ("The
Benevolence Empire'* these
efforts were called) were created
for the poor and downtrodden.
anti-slavery groups, temperance
societies, aid to youth, and the
military.
WITH THE exception of the
Prohibition legislation calling for
total abstinence from alcoholic
beverages adopted as the 18th
amendment in 1920, the anti-
evolution law, and the Puritan
Sabbath all of which subse-
quently collapsed and resulted in
general disillusionment and loss
of morale all of the great moral
reform movements were effected
through internal. voluntary
church resources, rather than
through legislative means of
dominating the government or
the nation's political machinery.
Several "New Christian Right"
spokesmen have asserted or
implied that the Founding
Fathers of our nation perceived
America as "a Christian Re-
public." If you check your
writings, you will find that such
assertions contradict everything
Uenjamin Franklin. Thomas Jef-
ferson. James Madison, and
others stood and fought for.
Thus. Thomas Jefferson wrote
in his Virginia Statute for Reli-
gious Freedom which became
the Imsis lor the First Amend-
ment "Almighty God hath
created i he mind free, and all
attempts to influence it by tempt
oi punishments or burns or by
civil incapacitations tend only to
beget habits of hypocrisy and
meanness, and are a departure
Irom the plan of the Holy Author
of our religion."
THE EXERCISE of religion.
Jefferson added, is "a natural
right" which has been infringed
by "the impious presumption of
legislators and rulers" to set up
their "own modes of thinking as
the only true and infallible." and
"to compel a man to furnish con-
tributions of money for the
propagation of opinions which he
disbelieves." which is "sinful and
tyrannical."
In his "Notes on Virginia."
Palestine State Would Destroy
Israel, Blum Says at UNations
By YITZHAK RABI
And MARCUS LUBIN
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) Yehuda Blum,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United Nations, charged
here that a Palestinian
state in Judaea and Sa-
maria would be the first
stage in a plan to destroy
Israel.
Addressing the General
Assembly debate on the question
of Palestine, the Israeli envoy
said that the Palestine Liberation
Organization designs are to
establish, as a first stage, "a
second Palestinian Arab state
anywhere in the territories ad-'
ministered by Israel since 1967,
while the second stage would be
to use that proposed state as a
launching pad for the ultimate
liquidation of Israel. "
BLUM SAID that the Arabs
could have established a second
Palestinian Arab state in Judaea,
Samaria and the Gaza Strip when
(hese territories were under their
control before the 1967 Six-Day
War. But the Arabs did not do it,
Blum charged, because "the
entire world knew that the King-
of Jordan is the Arab State
i Palestine, just as the State ol
i ,. ii" ish State in
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gaging in acts of terror and
sabotage against Israel. "In
parallel and particular since the
signing of the Camp David
Framework Accords for peace in
the Mideast in September, 1978,
the PLO has also been allotted
the task of intimidating and
silencing Arabs in those ter-
ritories (the administered ter-
ritories) who support the peace
process."
"Israel," Blum declared, "feels
no obligation to accommodate its
enemies by evacuating Judaea,
Samaria and the Gaza District,
nor to offer the PLO a free hand
in those territories."
REFERRING to the
autonomy negotiations for the
West Bank and Gaza, Blum said,
"The. program of autonomy
which we have proposed for the
Palestinian inhabitants of
Judaea, Samaria and the Gaza
district, as accepted in principle
in the Camp David Frameworks,
is the first practical proposal to
be advanced to provide a dig-
nified solution for the needs of
the Arab population of those
areas."
Blum called on the Arab states
to sit down with Israel for face to
face negotiations as the only way
to solve the Arab Israeli conflict.
Citing the peace between Fgypt
and Israel, Blum said, "When an
\rah si.ite is prepared to acog-
DJze Israel's right, things fall
rapidly into place
Jefferson stated, "The rights of
conscience we never submitted,
we could not submit. We are
answerable for them to our
God. .Subject opinion to co-
ercion; whom will you make your
inquisitors? Fallible men; men
governed by bad passions, by
private as well as public reasons.
And why subject it to coercion?
To produce uniformity. But is
uniformity of opinion desirable?
No more than of face and
stature."
1 would commend such
writings of our Founding Fathers
to the Rev. Bailey Smith and
others who share his views about
uniformity of conscience and
religion. Smith's utterance about
"God not hearing the prayer of a
Jew" is not only religiously pre-
sumptuous and morally of-
fensive: it is dangerous to the
future of our democratic
pluralistic society.
HE IS saying not only that the
Jewish people have been living a
religious lie lor 4.000 years across
JO civilizations: he is also saying
that because they are religiously
invalid then' is no place for them
at Presidential inaugurations or
political conventions, and ulti-
mately, no legitimate place for
them in American democratic
society. Some evangelical pastors
spoke such theological obsceni-
ties alMut the Jews in Nazi
Germany.
It is encouraging to us that
literally hundreds of Baptist
pastors. Christian seminary
(acuities and lay people have
issued statements repudiating
his narrow views as un-Christian
and un-American.
NEXT WEEK: Critique of
Single Polities' Cam-
paigns
Israel 'Regrets'
Turkey Decision
To Trim Envoys
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel has expressed
"regret" at Turkey's move
to reduce the level of dip-
lomatic relations between
the two countries. The
Foreign Ministry confirmed
reports from Ankara that
the military government
there decided to lower the
rank of its senior represen-
tative in Tel Aviv from
Minister to Second Sec-
retary and has asked Israel
to do likewise.
Turkey's move, a belated
reaction to the "Jerusalem Law,"
followed the closing of the
Turkish Consulate General in
Jerusalem by the previous
civilian government of Suleiman
Demirel. Foreign Ministry of-
ficials here said that Israel's
Minister in Ankara. Dr. Ya'acov
Cohen, would be returning home
"in a matter of months." They
said it was still unclear whether
the Turks would insist on the
withdrawal of the Israel military
attaches at the two legations.
INFORMED SOURCES said
the Turkish decision had been
more or less expected for the past
several weeks. Israel, they said,
had not sent any special envoy to
Ankara to try and head it off but
had enlisted the help of friendly
third parlies who brought their
influence to bear on Turkey and
perhaps prevented an even more
serious rupture.
Turkey and Israel have never
had ambassadorial level links.
but ever since 1949. they havil
been represented in each nth! f
country by diplomaishX;
formal rank of -ru I
d'Affaires A.I." W ^M
Israels case, most of the"
diplomats have m fact k
selected from the highest eehelTn
of the foreign service sinc
Ankara was considered a oar
ticularly important post.
Both countries have until no* I
maintained medium sized
legations in the other country
Presumably now the number of
diplomats in the two legations
and not merely the rank of the
senior ones, will l>e reduced.
IN THE 19508 and 1960s
Israeli governments worked
quietly but steadily to buildup
what was called the periphery
policy" that i-. Fostering tad
with the three major non-Arab
slate* on the borders of the
Middle Fast: Turkey, Iran and
Fthiopia. in the wake of radial]
changes in the two latter]
countries, and in the wake -
apparently ol heavy Arab 1
pressure on Turkey, not agnail
deal remained ol that ambitious]
|x>licy.
Nevertheless, some Israeli j
observers refuse to slip into |
despondency, liny insist that
the underlying confluence of 1
interests which made the
"periphery policy a reality in
the past still exist in the present
and could gain expression once
again in the luture.
In practical terms of dayto-1
day diplomacy. Turkey's decision
will mean that henceforth the
Israeli Charge d Allaires in
Ankara will lie a Second ;
Secretary. The same will apply to
Turkey's representative in Israel.
My g>on,
The Knight!
Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally boasted, and justifi-
ably so, about their children's professional achievements. But in how many
parts of the world can a Jewish parent proudly proclaim: "Meet my son, 1
KNIGHT!"
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In recent
years Scotland produced three Jewish Knights, two Jewish Mem-
bers of Parliament, a Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
pipe-band in the entire world!
Of course Scotland's most famous product is scotch whisky.
And America's favorite scotch is J&B. We carefully select the fin-
est scotches and blend them for smexnhness and subtlety. The
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Navy at Army
She Wants to be a Flight Officer
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L whatever I do in the military.
I .ant to be a flight officer. As a
(Es major I still wouldn't
know ho* t0 fly a pUne'
Tht red-haired young woman
loplained.
One of six naval cadets on
luchange at West Point this
ir, she is the only woman in the
poup Her white uniform stands
ST from the Army gray, and
regionally she is greeted with a
kjng "Hi, there, nurse." More
K a plebe. after requesting
mission to speak, points out
t many days are left until the
my-Navy game and how
osively Army is going to win.
,je exchange program at West
"oint allows her to audit a course
d military science that she
touldn't have had at Annapolis.
SARAH WAS a high school
jphomore when the decision was
jjde to admit women to the
Military academies and she knew
tstantly that she wanted to go.
] Her father's military career
10k the family to many Army
Josts. She and her brother,
gacob. were born in West Ger-
any. Her three sisters, Ruth,
.ebecca and Rachel, were born
jspectively in North Carolina,
ft Belvoir, Va., and West Point
,ien Col. Kovel was teaching
iere. They have also lived in
okh/n, Leavenworth, Kansas,
i California.
Despite all that moving
tound. the family has main-
lined another strong tradition
Judaism. Sarah is the
anddaughter of the late Rabbi
Bordecai Cohen of Annapolis,
Id. She was confirmed at a Bas
litzvah. Her mother, the rabbi's
lighter, teaches Hebrew school.
|er father is on the advisory
pard of the West Point Jewish
hapel Fund.
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were given time off for religious
services on Sunday, and no
services were held at the
Academy. We decided we wanted
our services held on Friday night,
and permission was granted.
Midshipmen mostly lead the
services because there is no rabbi,
although we sometimes have
visiting chaplains. It seems there
are more Jewish students at
West Point and a larger Jewish
community here.
"Friday night services here
provide an informal atmosphere
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and get to know one another in
addition to taking part in
religious observance," she said.
"It is pretty well accepted
among the cadets that the Jewish
services are a good deal because
they are very informal. The
groups at the Catholic and
Protestant services are so big
that you don't get to know the
other students. Because Jewish
cadets get extra leave for Jewish
holiday services, some other
cadets joke about threatening to
convert to Judaism," she said.
SHE ADDED, "The Jewish
community at the Military
Academy works very hard to
make the experience pleasant,
but it will be much nicer when a
Jewish chapel is built."
Jewish services are currently
held in a chemistry lecture room
with a portable ark. A $5.5
million West Point Jewish
Chapel Fund has reached the
halfway mark. A national
campaign headed by Edgar M.
Bronfman, chairman and chief
executive officer of Seagram
Company Ltd., and Herbert M.
Ames, president of Pack and
Process Inc. of Wilmington, Del.,
is underway to raise the rest of
the funds. The rock-faced modern
chapel, which will be built on a
site between the Protestant and
Catholic chapels, will include a
museum-gallery and will be open
to the 2.5 million visitors who
come to West Point each year.
Sarah Kovel has a model for
Jewish life in the military
because her family has main-
tained a strong one. She isn't
quite sure yet what life as a
woman in the Navy will be like
as a flight officer, an intelligence
officer, her second choice, or in
any other field.
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WASHINGTON (JTA)
The U.S. has confirmed
that military spare parts
and ammunition will be air-
lifted to Jordan "within the
next week or ten days"
against the background of
continuing tension along
the Jordanian-Syrian
border.
State Department spokesman
John Trattner said, "The Penta-
gon confirmed this morning that
the U.S. has agreed, at Jordan's
request, to accelerate deliveries
of some items already in the pipe-
line; spares, ammunitions, small
arms munitions already on order.
I don't have any other details
about the material we are send-
ing,'' he said.
HE ADDED, "You can assume
the decision was made on the
highest level in the last 24 hours.
Deliveries will be made on ap-
proximately five flights of C-141
aircraft arriving (in Jordan)
sometime within the nftct week or
ten days."
Trattner stated that "On the
general situation we remain
hopeful that the tension on that
border can be resolved through
diplomacy." However, he could
not -say whether the tensions are
easing.
Asked if there had been some
withdrawals of troop concentra-
tions, Trattner siad he did not
have "any confirmation that
there has been an agreement or
any additional strength added to
the border area by either side or
any confirmation that anything
has been taken away by either
side."
IN ANOTHER development,
the Senate and the House passed
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billion in military sales credits.
Egypt will receive $750 million in
economic support funds and $550
million in military sales credit. It
will receive an additional $274
million in food grants under
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Jordan is to receive $50 million
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1980

Space Poses Problem
Gravity Need for Embryo Development
Continued from Page 1-A
develop without this axis being
defined.
THE DECISIVE influence of
gravity on the early differenti-
ation of embryonic cells came to
Prof. Byal-Giladi's attention
during the course of her research
on chick embryos, but it can be
assumed that her findings are
relevant for other higher or-
ganisms as well including
humans because she is dealing
with a very basic principle. Her
research leads to the conclusion
that in the absence of gravity, for
example in outer space, it would
be impossible for embryos to
develop.
After fertilization, a chicken
egg moves down the oviduct,
where it is encapsulated by a
layer of albumen and several
membranes. It reaches the uterus
and remains there for some 20
hours until it is finally laid. It is
during these hours that the outer
shell forms. Researchers have
noted an interesting pheno-
menon: while in the uterus, the
egg rotates around its long axis,
at a rate of 10 to 15 rotations per
hour.
It has been shown that the
direction of the rotation deter-
mines the direction of the em-
bryoic axis, as well as the
location of the embryo's head.
The axis of symmetry becomes
fixed only 14 to 16 hours after the
egg moves into the uterus, and
until then it is possible to change
the direction of the axis experi-
mentally, even a number of
times.
USING A device especially for
this work, Prof. Byal-Giladi dis-
covered that the embryonic cells,
concentrated in a small round,
white disc, do not rotate with the
eggshell but remain suspended
within it in a fixed oblique
position on the upper part of the
egg yolk, the exact orientation
depending on the direction of ro-
tation. Owing to the fact that the
position of the embryo is un-
changed throughout the 20
hours, the gravitational influence
is constant, acting in a single
direction during the entire time
required to define the embryo's
axis of symmetry.
At the stage at which the
embryo's axis of symmetry is
determined, there is a crucial
development: most of the em-
bryonic cells "fall away" from the
Va. Realty Firm Must
Change Advertising
RICHMOND, Va. A
Virginia real estate firm has
been ordered to halt its
Christian-oriented promo-
tions as a result of a com-
plaint from the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai
B'rith.
The order was issued by
the Virginia Real Estate
Commission against Lotz
Realty Company of New-
port News, which had billed
itself in advertisements as a
member of the "National
Christian Referral Ser-
vice." The ads also em-
ployed the Christian sym-
bol of the fish.
The state order against Lotz
Realty was made public by
Norman Olshansky, director of
ADL's Virginia-North Carolina
regional office, who had called for
the investigation into the dis-
criminatory advertising.
BARBARA WURTZEL of
Richmond, chairperson of ADL's
Virginia advisory board,
stressing that the League's com-'
plaint is part of ADL's ongoing
program to secure equal oppor-
tunity for all Americans, said:
"What we oppose is the improper
introduction of religious factors
that are irrelevant to real estate
transactions."
She also observed that this
action by the Commonwealth ot
Virginia is "another positive step
towards the elimination of
religious preference in the trans-
action of business."
The notice to Lotz Realty cited
the Virginia Fair Housing Law,
which makes it unlawful to ad-
vertise real estate for sale or rent
"that indicates any preference,
limitation or discrimination"
based on religion, among other
considerations.
NOTING THAT Lotz had in-
serted a non-discrimination dis-
claimer in its ads after ADL had
contacted the firm, the state
agency's notice letter nonetheless
stressed that the continued use of
the fish logo still "appears to be
in violation" of the law.
The letter to Lotz, which was
signed by Fair Housing adminis-
trator Richard C. Kast, warned
that if the order is not complied
with, "the Attorney General may
file suit to enjoin your further use
of the subject logo."
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disc into the small space between
the disc and the yolk, to dissolve
and disappear into the yolk. The
embryo loses about five-sixths of
its mass through this process,
which while apparently wasteful,
is an essential step in deter-
mining where the chick head will
form.
This fall-off is a polarizing pro-
cess that starts in the highest
part of the disc and spreads
gradually to the lowest end,
which is the eventual location of
the head. All subsequent
developmental steps follow pre-
cisely the direction of the "cell
fall-off" and reinforce the polari-
zation. A careful study of the
"fall-off" process also revealed
that metabolic activity increases
first in the highest part of the
disc.
THE ORIENTATION of the
embryo in the earth's gravita-
tional field is thus seen to be the
decisive factor in determining the
shape of the organism in the early
stages of development. It is not
yet clear exactly how the force of
gravity influences such complex
biological and chemical pro-
cesses, but there is no doubt that
its action is essential. Therefore it
would probably be impossible for
an embryo to develop normally in
outer space.
While this conclusion will have
to be verified in a space ex-
periment, it is reasonable to
assume that in the absence of
gravity in outer space, the polari-
zing fall-off process would be
disrupted rendering the
development of an embryo im-
possible.
Mrs. Charlotte Jacob son, chairman of the American Section of
the World Zionist Organization, shown here with Mrs. Alua
Begin, wife of Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Mrs. Jacobson
hosted a reception in Mrs. Begin's honor for American Jewish
women leaders of organizations engaged in programs in Israel
Percy Unfolds on TV
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sen. Charles Percy (R.,
111.) who will be chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee in the next Congress, envisions a Palestinian
state in federation with Jordan and disarmed for offensive
purposes for at least 25 years.
HE SAID, on the ABC television Good Morning
America program that he and President Leonid Brezhnev
of the Soviet Union disagreed on the nature of a Pales-
tinian state when they met in Moscow last month.
"He (Brezhnev) wants to see the PLO a sovereign
state, armed with their own territory," Percy said. "I feel
that it should be in federation with Jordan. It should be
like Japan and Germany, disarmed for offensive purposes
for at least 25 years, and it must recognize the rights of
Israel to exist, its sovereignty and to have defensible
borders."______________________
For all those times you wish you could be therebut you're here
pick up the phone and share your feelings.
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assistance, you get the same low rate as dialing direct. Just tell
the Operator the country, city name and local number you want, and get
ready to wish them "Mazel Tov."
P. S. Nearly everyone can dial direct to most telephones in Canada,
the Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii and parts of Mexicojust as you dial direct
to cities inside the continental U. S.
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We Respect Your Sovereignty, Israel Assures Lebanon's Brass
LDAVID LANDAU
\USALEM sought to reassure
last week, in the first
& talks in more than
s that it fully respects
sovereignty and
integrity" Two Lt.
s 0f the Israel army and a
, Minister diplomat con-
I that message when they
rth Lebanese army officers
JN auspices at Ras
i headquarters of the
iNations Interim Force in
(UNIF1I.I on thelsrael-
e border.
ned sources said the
i at the meeting was
, very relaxed.'* After
a half hour of formal discussions
the two teams lunched together,
joined by the chairman of the
session, the chief of staff of the
UN Truce Supervisory Organiza-
tion (UNTSO). The UN ap-
parently hopes to arrange further
such meetings in the future.
IN THE meantime, both the
UN and the Israeli side treated
the meeting in a low key despite
the months of meticulous efforts
that went into preparing it. Pre-
sumably this is to avoid incurring
hostility from Syria or other
Arab extremist quarters.
The Lebanese, moreover, are
reporting the meeting as a reacti-
vation of the long-defunct Israel-
Lebanon Mixed Armistice Com-
mission (ILMAC) rather than as
a direct, semi-political encounter
between the two sides. At the
very outset of the meeting, in
fact, the Lebanese officers took
the position that this was a
session of the ILMAC.
The Israelis, for their part,
maintain their position that
ILMAC is not merely defunct but
actually deceased, having died
with the outbreak of the 1967 war
along with all the other Mixed
Armistice Commissions (MACS).
The MACS between Israel and
each of its neighbors, were set up
under the 1949 armistice
agreements.
The UNIFIL communique
which reported the meeting did
not refer to ILMAC even though
an earlier Security Council reso-
lution had called on the UN
Secretary-General "to reactivate
ILMAC." The UNIFIL com-
munique merely said that "repre-
sentatives of the Israel army and
the Lebanese army met. .(and)
exchanged views about the
present situation."
APPARENTLY, this text was
agreed upon in advance. Israel
had categorically refused to
attend the meeting if it was to be
billed as a session of the ILMAC.
Israeli sources say that
Lebanon's interest in a formal
revival of ILMAC stems from
Beirut's belief that a return to the
UN-ILMAC-pre-1967 regime
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its authority up to the border. In
addition, the UN's status would
be enhanced, which Lebanon sees
as a favorable development.
In the course of the meeting
and the "exchange of views about
the present situation," the Israeli
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sponsible for the difficult situa-
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"Jewisti ftorldUan
Friday, December
12.
Confessions of a Tout Guide
Evangelicals Await Biblical Revelation


.
Continued from Page 1-A
harder on me and my tourists.
"But for me the involvement is
the satisfaction. Personally, I
hate doing one-day tours. There's
no real contact between me and
them. It"s really only on the third
or fourth day into a tour that
things start to groove."
A STRANGE thing happens
between tourists and their guide.
The group develops a dependence
syndrome, something similar to
the relationship between psy-
chiatrist and patient. Women
quite often fall in love with their
guides ("You have to watch
that." says Zanger).
"It's an enormous emotional
and physical dependence. They
rely on me completely. I tell them
when to eat, sleep, wake up, get
on the bus, get off the bus, go to
the bathroom. They see what I
show them and they understand
what they see through my under-
standing. If I don't point it out,
they miss it. On a long trip, the
responsibility is overwhelming."
This dependence is not so great
with Jewish tourists who feel
more at home.
"JEWS USUALLY have
friends or relatives living here.
I'm not their sole contact with
Israel, so they are more relaxed.
"They are also generally less
curious about what they are
seeing and far less knowledgeable
about the Bible. They accept
what I tell them and that's that.
"But Christian groups are
more complicated. They are
serious. They know their Bible
inside and out. They have
tremendous expectations. They
are on a pilgrimage to the Holy
Land, and I'm the Jew who is
going to make it all happen for
them.
"For fundamentalist Chris-
tians, having a Jewish guide on
whom they are totally dependent
can be a serious dilemma. Do
they trust me or not?
"I HAVE to establish my
authority with them early in the
tour. When I tell them some-
thing, they must be able to
believe me or the whole thing is
disaster particularly when we
are dealing with controversial
theological issues."
Fortunately, Walter Zanger,
with a degree in philosophy and
theology from Amherst and 10
years at the Hebrew Union
College under his belt, also knows
his Bible inside out.
"I really enjoy working with
Christian tourists. They ask
questions and are enthusiastic.
They're nice people. In fact, there
are guides who won't work with
anyone else. They say the Chris-
tians are more polite, more tidy,
more orderly, more appreciative.
"I'VE HAD just one group
that I'd never want to guide
again. A bunch of born-again
Christians, real Zionists who saw
Israel as a fulfillment of
prophecy. The only problem was
they didn't like Jews. Ten days of
Jew jokes.
"Now I'm a pro. They didn't
mean it badly and I didn't take it
to heart. But I posed a great
problem for them. It really
bothered them that I wouldn't go
to heaven with them.
"Wherever we went, at every
holy site, they'd pray. And then
they'd pray for Walter. They
were really damned upset that I
was going to hell.
"They were at me day and
night to see the light. What with
that and the Jew jokes, it was too
much Never again.
"I'VE HAD other disasters.
I'm particularly wary of a
Christian group traveling with a
Jewish tour leader. Oh beware of
that! The Jew wants to censor
every damned thing I say. 'Tell
them this, Walter. Don't tell
them that. Walter.' Terrible!
"And the group of Jews from
Fort Lauderdale. Sick, tired,
kvetchy. 'Charley, I'm up to my
ass in history." The highlight of
their trip was the Caesarea golf
course. Nice people, but they
didn't need me.
"Then there's the phenomenon
of the 55-year-old Jewish man
trying to remember he was once
handsome. He's made money,
ditched his first wife and married
a pretty, blonde, non-Jewish
woman.
"He brings her to see the
Homeland maybe with his
kids from the first marriage in
tow. He hasn't got his own act
together at alL And he expects
me to make him, his wife and
kids, into Jews in three days,
restoring his non-existent faith
and convincing them all of the
legitimacy and nobility of his
ancestry."
BUT THAT'S the tzores.
What counts, what keeps the
guide hooked on his profession, is
the tour that goes well.
"Israel can be so terrific, so
exciting," says Zanger.
"Archeology, history, religion,
beautiful parks, scenery the
lot. It can be mind-blowing. And
every day of the trip can be more
sensational than the last.
"When that happens nothing
is ever quite the same again for
any person in that group. What-
ever they do afterwards, they
have a different perspective.
Israel really changes people."
A
Speakers at the recent National Rabbinic/ Scholar G
held under the auspices of the Rabbinic Advisory Comm>11
for the ORT Centennial are (left) Dr. Leon Shapiro, author]
the recently published 'History of ORT,' and Dr. Atom]
Lamm, president of Yeshiva University.
French Writer, Romain Gary,
Kills Self at Age 66
PARIS (JTA, French
Jewish writer, former diplomat
and war-time soldier, Romain
Gary killed himself Dec. 2 at his
Paris home. He was 66 years old.
He had been depressed since the
suicide last year of his former
wife, American actress Jean
Seberg.
Gary was convinced that
Seberg, who divorced him several
years ago, had been hounded to
her death by the FBI.
BORN IN VILNA to a Jewish
mother, Gary came to France as a
boy. When the war broke out, he
was serving as a pilot with i,
French Air Force and was oral
the first officers to join Gtl
Charles de Gaulle's Free Frencj
He served throughout the >}
with the French army and in 1..
entered the diplomatic sent
and at one time was Fn
Consul General in Los Ang^
He wrote over a dozen books i
several of which the Jewe
content was foremost.
Several of his hooks have I
filmed. including Hoots
Heaven and Promist at I)aun\
which Moshe Dayan'sson.As
played one of the leading rola
New Jewish Face in Politics
Continued from Page 4-A
hampion of the poor and op-
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12,1980
+Jewish QogfcMom
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Delegation Reports
Jewish Community of Puerto Rico Feels Alienated from U.S.
Lmesh;
"IA ATKE>
,_(JTA) -TheJew-
[community of Puerto
has only two Syria-
ns serving it, ac-
to three delegates
>uerto Rico who
Jed the biennial con-
to of the Women's
for Conservative
at the Concord
_ e.
Jewish Community
~a of Puerto Rico in
a Conservative
rue, serves some
families and a small
Reform congregation
serves some 40 families,
they reported.
The three delegates, Esther
Low. Susy Caiser and Ana
Wagner, said the community
center is affiliated with the
United Synagogue and its Sister-
hood is affiliated with the
Women's League. Because the
Jewish community in Puerto
Rico is approximately 65 percent
Cuban and 35 percent American,
the Conservative synagogue is
bilingual. Worship services are
conducted alternately in Spanish
and English and meetings are
conducted in IxHh languages.
AS AN example of the bi-
lingual nature of their Jewish
community, the delegates, who
are members of the community
center, brought with them for
sale at the convention a cookbook
entitled "Kosher Cooking in the
Caribbean." with all recipes
printed in both Spanish and
English. Many of the recipes,
such -88 arroz con polio
(chicken and rice), are of Spanish
origin.
For the some 25 families that
observe kashrut. meat is ordered
every several months and flown
in from New York or Miami, the
three delegates said. In San
Juan, kosher frozen poultry and
delicatessen products are always
available in a supermarket. The
Conservative synagogue, which
they described as the center of
Jewish life on the island,
maintains a Jewish library and
Or. Israel Ganapolsky, a phy-
sician, is a certified mohel.
In some ways, the Jewish com-
munity feels removed from the
center of organized Jewry in
America, the delegates noted,
but there is no serious lack of
Jewish activities. For the
children, there is Hebrew school
three times a week and a Young
Judaea club. In addition to the
Women's League and United
Synagogue, the United Jewish
Appeal. Israel Bonds, Hadassah
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active on the island.
THE THREE delegates them-
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grounds of the members of the
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Mrs. Kaiser is the wife of Rabbi
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year. He studied for the rab-
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They were both born in Peru,
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who emigrated to Lima before
World War II. Mrs. I-ow also
grew up in Lima, but she is
married to an American who
works for the U.S. Federal
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In Geneva
Palestinian People's Solidarity Day Fizzled Despite Lavish Effai
BvTAMARLEVY
GENEVA UTAI It was
hilled as a Day ol Solidarity with
the Palestinian People and their
aspirations It had the official
Massing of the I nited Nations. It
was lavishly financed by the
\rab League, the Arab-Swiss
Friendship Association and the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion delegation to the UN here It
was to Ih- a propaganda coup for
the Palestinian cause and against
Israel.
Put it fizzled, due in large
measure to the ineptness of the
organizers, according to journal-
-is attending the various events,
bven the elements conspired
against it.
, Palestine Day was delcared as
an official day of celebration by
the UN General Assembly in
1977. It is observed on Nov. 29.
the anniversary of the UN
ieviMon of November 29. 194" to
partition Palestine into Jewish
.md Arab states The first thing
t" go wrong here was the press
inference featuring Mayor
Passam Shaka of Nablus.
Shaka lost both his legs in a
bomb explosion last June. The
crime, widely attributed to
Jewish extremists, remains un-
- lived. But the West Bank
Mayor is considered a martyr in
\rab and pro-Arab circles.
THE WORLD news media was
>n hand to record his remarks.
Hut Shaka spoke in Arabic, and
the interpreter hired for the
occasion was incompetent, and
his words were lost to the vast
majority of reporters. The overall
impression was poor. Journalists
left the press conference angered
at having wasted their time.
Some remarked that the FLO
delegation should have spent its
money for a qualified translator
rather than on a lavish reception.
Another event billed an Israeli
journalist. Amnon Kapeliuk. as a
participant in "Palestine Day."
Kapeliuk accepted the invitation
to Geneva, apparently under the
impression that he would take
part in a round-table discussion
at the local university with the
Wast Bank Arab poetess and
journalist. Raymonda Tawil.
Vi hen Kapeliuk became aware
of the propaganda nature of the
occasion, he declined to go along
with his Arab hosts. At the
round-table he spoke only about
peace prospects.
AT A PRESS conference later,
he answered questions about
Israel's internal political
situation. His journalist
colleagues were impressed by his
frankness and his refusal to
indulge in propaganda.
An art exhibition, an Arab
buffet and Arab folk dances wen
part of the program at a public
hall over the weekend. But
Genevas notorious wind, the
Bize.' was blowing at full
strength. It was bitter cold, and
most of the Swiss preferred to
stay home.
The only successful event was
the UN meeting held at the
Palais Des Nations in the
presence of UN officials, diplo-
mats and the Geneva authorities.
The usual succession of anti-
Israel speeches was delivered by
representatives of unaligned
nations. the African Unity-
Group, the International Com-
mission of Jurists, the PLO. the
Socialists and. again. Mayor
Shaka of Nablus. With the highly
professional UN translators in
attendance, his remarks were
understood.
Observers here noted that
Arab influence at the UN in
Geneva is such that UN em-
ployes felt obliged to attend the
event, lest they incur the anger of
their superiors by staying away.
A MASS demonstration of
solidarity with the Palestinian
people was held in Utrecht
Saturday by the recently formed
Association of Palestinians in
Holland. the\herlandspj
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December 12.1980
+Jewish Okg*tbB
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No 'Jewish Seat,'
[otham Leaders Say
In Buenos Aires
Nazi Pamphlets on Streets Everywhere
NEW YORK Spokes-
sons for two Jewish
.anizations angrily
iected the contention by a
' I Republican leader that
his party hopes to defeat
nocrat Sen. Daniel
[ovnihan in the 1982 elec-
it needs "an out-
Jewish can-
loos
nding
ate."
[xhe remark, implying that
jsh voters will vote for a Jew
dless of other factors, was
6 bv George Clark Jr.,
-publican 1'arty chairman in
Brooklyn, on a television inter-
je here. He suggested that
Jloynihan's seat "should be the
|e*ish seat.' observing that the
fewish vote "has been the
lading vote in every statewide
ection."
| REACTING to that state-
lent. Henry Siegman, executive
jCtor of the American Jewish
Engross declared, "There is no
Rich thing as a Jewish seat* in
ihc United States Senate,
fchelher from New York of any
[(her state, ami we deplore the
jilanent by George L Clark Jr.
upporting the idea of such a
Rat"
Siegman charged that "Mr.
park unwittingly plays the game
I the radical right wing in this
lounlry who urges Americans to
Vote Christian.' Mr. Clark's sug-
kestiun is reckless and
Irresponsible. His notion that
'wish citizens ol New York will
lote against Sen Moynihan if
lr i- opposed by a Jewish can-
tidaie is an insult to the intel-
pgenceof the Jewish electorate."
Natalie Gordon, who chairs the
ht* York Regional Board of the
knti-Defamation League of B'nai
Vrith, observed that "the Jewish
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citizens of New York State have
always sought the best qualified
candidate to represent our state
in the U.S. Senate. For our
democracy to survive, the
religion of the candidate must
never be a factor in our elective
process." She called Clark's
remarks "harmful and divisive."
GOV. HUGH CAREY of New
York also rapped Clark. He said
at a press conference that Moyni-
han enjoys the highest esteem of
the New York Jewish com-
munity. He added, "When you
talk about the Jewish vote in our
state or anywhere else in this
country, it goes to the quality-
candidate."
Carey himself raised the issue
of a "Jewish seal" in the Senate
during the Democratic Party's
state primary campaign last
summer when he backed Bess
Meyerson for the Senatorial
nomination to oppose Sen. Jacob
Javits. Carey raised a political
storm by claiming that since
Javits' seat was a "Jewish seat"
his successor should be Jewish.
Continued from Page 1-A
ANOTHER describes U.S.
National Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski as a
"miserable Jew" and accuses him
of having pressed the Shah to
assassinate the Iranian people.
The article on Brzezinski, along
with others, is reprinted from
other amti-Semitic journals in
Latin America, making I'apeles a
"sort of clearinghouse for in-
ternational anti-Semitism,''
Rabbi Rosenthal said.
The liueiios Aires Herald, an
English-language newspaper,
attacked the Aryan Party in May
as a "political entity which
proselytizes with extremist
ideology" and "shares the
premise of the fuhrer and seeks
the resurgence of the swastika."
The newspaper also challenged
the legality of I'apeles and asked,
"Why is I'apeles in its seventh
month of publication?"
Itabbi Rosenthal pointed out
that I'apeles had the "audacity"
to reprint the Herald attack in its
October issue its ninth issue
in order to deliver its own
response. I'apeles labeled the
Herald editorship as dominated
by "Hebrews."
ANOTHER MAJOR source of
current Nazi literature, Rabbi
Rosenthal said, is the
organization Editorial Zorzal of
Buenos Aires, which has been
publishing a series of booklets,
some of which are entitled "Jew,
a Taboo World," "Jews or
Argentines," "Hitler and the
Jews" and "Timerman, One
(iaucho Less."
One of its booklets, titled
"Introduction to Hitler." con-
cludes with a poem that begins:
"Hitler is God."
Don't Protest UN Stamp, ZOA Urges
1
Continued from Page I -A
believe that the stamps will become con-
troversial."
Flacks stressed that "To ask stamp
dealers not to stock this issue will probable
not prove effective, but instead will help
create considerable interest in them."
The UN Postal Administration will issue
three sets of stamps bearing the legend
"Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian
People."
THE DESCRIPTIVE material cir-
culated by the UN agency refers to "the
right of self-determination without external
interference, the right to national indepen-
dence and sovereignty, and the inalienable
right of the Palestinians to return to their
homes and property from which they have
been displaced and uprooted."


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Sabbath-Observer Wonders
How About His Day of Rest?
CHICAGO Is the
religious accommodation
clause in Title VII of the
1964 Civil Rights Act in
keeping with the First
Amendment? Must an em-
ployer respect the refusal of
a Sabbath-observer to work
on his religious day of rest?
Yes to both questions.
the American Jewish Con-
gress asserts in a friend-of-
the-court brief submitted
this week to the U.S. Dis-
trict Court for the Northern
District of Illinois.
Announcement of the brief's
filing was made by Dean Norman
Redlich of NYU Law School, co-
chair of the Congress* Com-
mission on Law and Social
Action.
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Congress has filed friend-of-the-
court briefs in two other religious
accommodation cases now
pending in the Seventh and
Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Both cases Anderson v.
(ieneral Dynamics and Nottelson
V, A.O. Smith Corporation
involve Seventh Day Adventists
who refused to pay union dues
based on their religious beliefs.
The latest case Kendall r.
United Airlines involves a
pilot who is a member of the
World Wide Church of God.
Members of that church observe
a Sabbath that extends from
sundown Friday to sundown
Saturday.
The Chicago-based pilot,
Robert Kendall, managed to
avoid conflict between his em-
ployment and his religious
practices from December 1969,
when he joined the church,
through June, 1971 when he was
furloughed.
A year later, when he was
recalled to work, a shortage of
junior pilots led to a situation in
which Kendall had to work on
Saturday. He refused and on July
17.1972 he was fired.
KENDALL THEN brought
suit against United Airlines
under Title VII of the 1964 Civil
Braving a pouring rain. Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
members wearing prison uniforms and handcuffed to symbolic
prison bars, stage a "KGB line-up" at Aeroflot Russian
Airlines' Fifth Avenue offices in New York to protest the arrest
of leading Moscow activist Dr. Victor Brailovsky. The 45-year-
old cyberneticist has been charged with "anti-Soviet slander. "
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Rights Act, charging religious
discrimination. United defended
the suit on the ground that no
accommodation was possible
under the circumstances. The
airline also challenged the
constitutionality of the religious
accommodation requirement of
Title VII.
Prior to the trial, it was agreed
that the District Court would
consider the constitutionality
question only if it ruled that
United could have ac-
commodated Kendall without
incurring substantial costs or
violating the seniority system
thus entitling Kendall to take
Saturdays off. Earlier this year
the District Court ruled that a
solution could have been found to
meet Kendall's religious
requirement.
The District Court is now
considering whether the religious
accommodation requirement of
Title VII is itself constitutional.
The American Jewish Congress
brief argues that the statute does
not violate the Establishment
Clause of the First Amendment
because the primary effect of
the statute is not to advance
religion, but to protect the equal
employment opportunity of those
whose religious practices are at
variance with the rules of the
secular workplace, where that can
be accomplished without undue
hardship." The brief continues:
"THE STATUTE is not
limited to cases involving
Sabbatarians. The statute would
apply equally, for example, to
Catholic and many non-Catholic
physicians, nurses and other
hospital employees who for
religious reasons refuse to
participate in abortion
procedures ... to Quaker civil
service employees in a state
which imposes an oath of office
and permits no affirmation in lieu
thereof ... to persons seeking to
be obedient to religious vows
requiring certain hair and dress
styles: and to the Sunday-
observing Christian employed in .
a business operating seven days a'
week."
The brief also argues that
enforcement of the statute does
not foster impermissable govern-
ment entanglement with religion,
declaring: .
"Whenever a government body
is required to pass on a religion-
based claim, some entanglement
with religion is unavoidable.
Were that entanglement fatal, no
law exempting religious in-
stitutions from taxation would be
constitutional, a conclusion
which the Supreme Court
rejected in Walz v. Tax Com-
mission."
Knesset Passes Bill
To Restrict Autopsies
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
A bill severely restrict-
ing the right of doctors to
perform autopsies was
adopted by the Knesset by
a vote of 57-53 with three
abstentions. Its passage on
final reading was a victory
for the Aguda bloc which
had demanded the measure
as the price of keeping its
four-member Knesset fac-
tion in Prime Minister
Menachem Begins co-
alition government.
The debate became protracted
as opposition factions sought to
add various modifying amend-
ments to the final version worked
out by the Knesset's legal com-
mittee. Representatives of the
Medical Association continued
well into the evenine ,
wavering coaiition Zlj
the hope of n, 7*1
passage Prevnting|
WHILE MANY MK,
known to be opposed X
to the measure. Begin P*
termined to mollify hi. h!l
constituency. Coali 0 H
abroad, including V
Mimster Yitzhak S**\
was on a f.ve-day visiu' PJ
were summoned home "
hand for the voting.
The bill, as finally ad
contained two Ir
elements. U {, ^
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h after the Six-Day War.
Ubend Bonn to assume an
Ihnel position, particularly
it began to become m-
^v clear that an anti-
TTosition these days is a
JJsn, for anti-Semitism.
ts when Bonn would have
thjs like the plague.
I, the rest of the European
-infty, spurred by the
[lomania of the spirit of Le
| Charles, was long since
utomed to it and indeed
plv wallowing in it knee-
these days, not even the
in the department of
sure that Washington has to
_r can spur the Federal Re-
lic to move. say. toward
Iming a more equitable share
sown national defense within
.ontexl of the North Atlantic
My Organization than it is
lently assuming, a fact that
i not diminish the German
hgness to do better at trying
I their European colleagues
Lto be able to muster.
Germany is no sucker for
Lure, then the question arises
precisely (or even im-
elyl just what Chancellor
iidt meant. Did he imply
forexamplc. West Germany
d have shunned the Venice
aration but tor the pressure
le French" The British? Even
M-the-scenea Washington?
[answers to these questions
|dcertainly Ih1 historic.
' IS NOW a year and a half
e I returned from an official
It West Germany and issued
extensive report on my
Iran and in most cases the
Vlevel officials whom
gements had been made for
In meet,
Invite to PLO
irprises Jews
ByTAMARLEVY
NEVA (JTAI The
h community is surprised
disturbed by the Swiss
M Party's unexpected
lion to Daud Barakat, the
line Liberation Organiza-
representative accredited
United Nations here, to
ipate in its annual
bly. Many Swiss Jews are
members of the Socialist
which has. in the past.
Med Israel unconditionally.
Be Barakat made no speech
Socialist gathering, the
it he received a formal
">on to attend puzzles poli-
ibservcrs. They are specu-
as to whether the approach
"1.0 delegate indicates a
the Socialist Party's atti-
ward Israel.
'n Minister Pierre Auber
memlxT of the Socialist
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report was the change I saw
occurring from Germany's
previous "special relationship'
with Israel to a pro-PLO. pro-
Arab tilt. It seemed to be hap-
pening right before my eyes in
my various discussions with
Foreign Ministry spokesmen in
Bonn.
My overwhelming desire since
then has been to return to
Germany for more in-depth inter-
views on the highest echelons of
government, and I have been
given every indication that all the
appropriate doors would now be
opened to me at will.
I HAVE no reason to assume
this would not be so. It is. for
example, urgent to resurrect the
Schmidt-Shamir interview and to
ask Chancellor Schmidt to
elaborate on his confession that
EEC pressure has been largely-
responsible for the Federal
Republic's anti-Israel voting
record to date.
It is urgent to have clarified
just what is the nature of the
evidence that Bonn would require
to establish a relationship be-
tween the PLO and the new
European anti-Semitism before it
is prepared to repudiate the PLO.
And it is above all urgent to re-
establish the "special relation-
ship" that history has created
between Germany and Israel
between Germany and world
Jewry as the first bulwark of a
startlingly vital recrudescence of
international anti-Semitism: for
example, to nip in the bud the
unspeakable lie that there is a
clear testament of faith between
world anti-Semitism and present-
day Germany when no such
testament exists.
IN THIS regard. I have dis-
cussed with several publishers a
Ixiok that would expand my first
Report from (iermany predicated
on a second trip for interviews
with Chancellor Schmidt and
other top Federal Republic of-
ficials.
Uniformly, the publishers have
replied that there is no interest
they can see in such a project.
Their market analyses indicate
that world anti-Semitism, and
extremism in Germany as it is
tied to both right-wing and left-
wing terrorism elsewhere, are low
man on the totem poll of public
interest these days. Ditto for a
study oi Germany, Israel and the
.lews in the onslaught of the new
pelrodiplomacy.
Publishers with whom I have
spoken include many prestigious
Jewish editors, some of whom
have favored me with return mail
publicity releases on their forth-
coming books featuring lurid
paperbacks about the new
American Jew his sordid life in
sex and Scotch-sodden suburbia.
ONE SUCH outfit. Schocken
Hooks, is a distinguished pub-
lishing house whose history noes
back to Germany during the
Hitler era. This organization,
world-renowned lor some of its
literary. philosophical and
scholarly titles, subsequently fled
the Nazis and reestablished its
home base in Jerusalem.
When its New York office
recently informed me that people
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that anti-Semitism isn't a
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the 1930s, died at his home near Paris Dec. 2 at the age of
84. An admirer of Hitler and would-be fuehrer of Britain,
Mosley was detained as a security risk during World War
11 and afterwards lived in France.
Mosley founded his Fascist movement in 1932 after
12 years as a Member of Parliament, first as a Con-
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HIS AFFINITY for the Nazis who came to power in
Germany a year later marked him as a menace to British
democracy and a danger to British Jewry. After the war,
Mosley claimed he was not anti-Semitic and had fought
Jews in self-defense because they wanted Britain to go to
war with Germany.
During the 1950s and 1960s, Mosley attempted to
revive his Fascist Union from exile, but he was displaced
by a new wave of younger generation racist groups.
Mosley was related by marriage to Unity Mitford who
idolized Hitler and shot herself when Britain declared war
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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 Belle
Dlrot Apartments at 836 W. Dl
Lido Drive. Miami Beach, Fla.
33139. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Jeremiah Ben-Zvl, M.D.
& Edna L. Ben-Zvl.
Sole Owners
Paul Kwltney, Esq. of
Kwltney. Kroop A
Schelnberg, P.A.
Attorneys for Applicant
538-7575
09359 Nov. 28;
Dec. 6, !2, 19,1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 0-11007 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIO A. RUIZ
Petitioner-Husband
and
CARMEN DAVILA RUIZ
Respondent Wife
TO: CARMEN DAVILA
RUIZ
COMONDOMINIO
ISLE MAR
Apartment 1404
Isla Verde. Puerto Rico
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for,
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to lton
PAUL "R. MARCUS. ES-
QUIRE, Attorney for Pe-
titioner. 9200 S. Dadeland
Blvd.. Suite 520, Miami,
Florida 33156, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
Suite 520. 9200 S. Dadeland
Boulevard, Miami. Florida
33156. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before January 16.
1981; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published.
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDLAN. I
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami..
Florida on this 3rd day of
December, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Paul R. Marcus, Esquire
9200 S. Dadeland Blvd.
Suite 520
Miami, Florida 38156 -
(661-2340)
Attorney for Petitioner
09382 Dec. 12.19.26;
Jin.a.umi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. W-1I2IS
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
OCTAVIO ESCOBAR
Husband,
and
LUCIA ESCOBAR,
Wife
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI ,
FIED that an action for Dls-I
solution of Marriage has beeni
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, toitonl
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE,;
PA., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2491 N.W. 7th|
Street, Miami, Florida, and file|
the original with the clerk of I
the above styled court on or be
fore January 18. 1981; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de
manded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 3rd day of
December. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE,
P.A.
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida
(300)649-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
09379 Dec. 12,19.26 I
_____________Jan 2.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Data
Staff, Division of TKP ASSOCI-
ATES INC., at 8101 BUc. Blvd.,
Miami. FL Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
T. Ooulden. Pre*.
09328 Nov. 21. 28;
Dec. 0,13, 1980)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M-VM2
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM H. GRANTHAM
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of William H. Grantham.
deceased. File Number 80-9562.
Is pending in the Circuit Court
for DADE County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33130.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: II) all
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an in-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue. or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE KOREVERBARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Dec 12,1980.
Personal Representative:
JOAN SIMPSON
7301 Garfield Street
Hollywood. Florida 33024
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
1RV J. LAMEL. Esq.
735 NE 125th Street
Suite 100
North Miami. Florida 33161
Telephone I 3051 893-0620
09385 Dec. 12.19. 26]
Jan. 2, 198!
NOTICE UNDER I
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Florida Yacht Service at 3726
Pembroke Road. Hollywood.
Fla. 33021. Bay A8. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Armando R. Klalnsek
Glsela Cardonne;
Stone. Sostchln A
Gonzalez. P.A.
1401 W. Flagler St.
Miami. Fla. 33130
Attorneys for
Armando R. Klalnsek
Tel: (306)649-4411
09344 Nov. 28;
Dec. 0.12.19. 1980
PUBLIC NOTICE
Mark Glasser, formerly
doing business as INTRA
AMERICAN TRADING COM-
PANY, has now Incorporated)
his business and has assigned
all rights to the use of the as-
sumed name to the cor-
poration. INTRA AMERICAN
CORPORATION, which shall
be solely responsible for all ob-
ligations Incurred by INTRA
AMERICAN TRADING COM-
PANY after September 24,,
1980, the date of the incor-
poration.
A Detailed Affidavit to the
above has been filed with the
Cierk of the Circuit Court in
Dade County.
09356 Nov. 28;
Dec. 6. 12, 19. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. SO 17830 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
BEN JAMES
Petitioner
and
PEARL JAMES
Respondent
TO: PEARL JAMES
RESPONDENT
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to
it on I. ROGER FELDMAN,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 Arthur Godfrey
Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33140, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Dec. 29.1980;
otherwise a default will bo
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 24 day of
November, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByM J.Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I. Roger Feldman. Esq.
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
868-0041
Attorney for Petitioner
09308 Nov. 28:
Dec. 6.12.19, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE UTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
No. 0 18M3 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN RE: The marriage of:
DIONISIO BATIZ.
Petitioner,
and
ALFR1.DA ROMERO
BATIZ,
Respondent.
TO: ALFRIDA ROMERO
BATIZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dlsolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
ri-quired to serve a copy of your'
written defense, if any. to It on
MARTIN ROTH, Petitioner's
Attorney, whose address is 14
NE 1 Avenue. Miami, Florida
33132. on or before Jan 5. 1981.
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either
before service on petitioner's
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
(he relief demanded in the
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on December
2. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk of Ihe Court
By: AD Wade
As Deputy Clerk
0937 Dec. 5,12.
19. 26.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO 9SI4
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY TOSCANO. A K A
MARY TOSCANO
FRAGOMENI
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of MARY TOSCANO.
A K A MARY TOSCANO
FRAGOMENI. deceased. File
Number 80-9584. is pending In
Ihe Circuit Court for DADE
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. 33130. The
names and addresses of the \
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: in all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative. venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Dec. 5, 1980.
Personal Representative:
Henry George Fragomeni
1247 Alton Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
HYMANP. GALBUT
Galbut.Galbut
& Menin. P.A.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 672-3100
09369 Dec 5. 12.1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. M-1793* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
ROLAND ADONARD
Petitioner
and
SILIANA PIERRE
Respondent
TO: SILIANA PIERRE
Rue Palais 728
Gross Mome
Gonalve. Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to It on
BENNETT D. FULTZ, P.A.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 819 SW 12th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33130. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before Dec. 29. 1980; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 25 day of
November. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
09361 Nov. 28;
Dec. 5. 12. 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CHRONOS INVESTORS at
1401 Brlckell Avenue. Suite 608.
Miami, Florida, S3131 Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Patek Trust I
Patek Trust n
Patek Trust III
Patek Trust IV
PhilIpe Trust I
Phlllpe Trust II
Phlllpe Trust III
Phlllpe Trust IV
Longlne Trust I
Longine Trust II
Longlne Trust III
Longlne Trust IV
Bucherer Trust I
Hue he re r Trust i I
Bucherer Trust III
Bucherer Trust IV
Accutron Trust I
Accutron Trust II
Accutron Trust III
Accutron Trust IV
Elgin Trust I
Elgin Trust U
Elgin Trust III
Elgin Trust IV
PACKMAN. NEUWAHL
A ROSENBERG
Attorneys for
Chronos Investors
09343 Nov. 28;
Dec. 5. 12. 19. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that Ihe undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
"El. CARMELO CAFE
TER1A" at number 5510 West
Flagler St.. in the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
20th day of November. 1980.
El Carmelo Restaurant. Inc.
100 percent Sole Owner
JORGE R ORTA
Attorney for Applicant
2091 Coral Way
Miami. Florida 33145
09367 Dec. 5, 12. 19. 26. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name FER-
RETERIA EL MALECON at
5948 West 16 Ave., Hlaleah. FL
33014, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Fellmon Valdez. owner
09337 Nov. 28;
Dec. 5. 12.19. 198C
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-11214
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
JUAN JUAREZ
Husband
and
GUADALUPE JUAREZ
Wife
TO:GUADALUPE JUAREZ
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action dor Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, to lton
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE,
P.A., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 N.W. 7th
Street, Miami. Florida 33120.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before January 16, 1981;
otherwise a default will be en
i-tered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8 day of
December, 1960.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Albert L. Carrlcarte, P.A.
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33120
(300)049-7917
l Attorney for Petitioner
08378 Dec. 12. 19.26
Jan 2,1961
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names of
(1) Italia Pizza A Subs; (2)
Eastern Shores Pizza; (3)
Italia Pizza; (4) Eastern
Shores Pizza A Subs; at 3470
Northeast 163 Street. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
By S David Jaffe.
Secretary
JAVITSAKARP
Attorneys for
Eastern Shores Pizza, Inc.
3478 Northeast 163 Street
Miami. FL
09341 Nov. 28;
---------------nr, a ia ulmbj
09346
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name NEL-
SON ASSOCIATES at 8065 SW
107th Avenue, No. 117. Miami.
Florida. 33173 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Gruen Trust I
Gruen Trust II
Gruen Trust III
Gruen Trust IV
Vacharon Trust I
Vac haron Trust II ,
Vacharon Trust III
Vacharon Trust IV
Movado Trust I
Movado Trust II
Movado Trust III
Movado Trust IV
Oyster Trust I
Oyster Trust II
Oyster Trust III
Oyster Trust IV
Plaget Trust 1
Plaget Trust II
Plaget Trust III
Plaget Trust IV
ConstantIne Trust I
Constantino Trust n
Constantlne Trust III
Constantino Trust IV
Nov. 28;
Dec 5, 12, 198. .980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of
Diamond Auto Leasing Sys-
tems. Inc.. D/B, A Diamond
Motors, Intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida. *'
Diamond Auto
Leasing Systems Inc.
3301 NW 27th Ave.
Miami 88142
09338 Nov 3g;
Dec. 0.12. 19,1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 14459 (04)
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
FRANCES T1NGLEY
Petitioner
and
LARRY MICHAEL TINGLEY
Respondent
TO: Mr. Larry Michael
Tingley
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for Dis-
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to It on David
E Stone; Stone. Sostchln A
Gonzalez, P.A., attorney for
Petitioner, whoso address is
1401 W. Flagler St.. Miami.
Fla. 33130 (Tel: 80S 649-4411).
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before January 12, 1981:
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In The Jewish
Mondial!
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of
December. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone
Stone. Sostchln
& Gonzalez, P.A.
1401 W. Flagler St.
Miami, Fla. 33135
1649-4411)
Attorney for Petitioner
09383 Dec. 12, 19. 26:
Jan. 2. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
HAPPY MOUNTAIN. INC. at
612 NW 12th Avenue. Miami,
Florida 33136, Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Rodolfo Montlel, President
Yvonne Kepfer. Secretary
Yvonne Montealegre,
Treasurer
08865 Nov. 28;
Dec. 0.12. 19.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Florida Tobacco Import and
Export, at 1560 Woof Flagler
St.. Miami. Fla. 8818S. intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Florida Tobacco Import
and Export, Inc.
Jose O. Padron, President
09340 Nov. 28;
Dec. 5. 12,19. 1980
F"day, December
-BORGIaVe^*'0'
Petitioner Wif.
ind
THOMAS FESTA
ro MronTtntHu'b^
Residence 7,, .
Unknown drf
Dissolution of luJHl
been filed again*^
are required *2g*m
your written defend"
" on ARTHUR h'u
attorney for Petit!,. -
address fife*
relief demanded | thJ
Plain, or petitioner '.3
address ,s i515 Nw' ",
Miami. Florida, 331M Z]
he orlgina! wllh J*
the above slyied cour|
before December a-
otherwise a default J1
entered against vou (j7j
relief demanded In ttkc J
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand,
seal of said court at
Florida on this is
November, 1980
RICHARD P. BRINKqI
As Clerk, Circuit Court T
Dade County. Florida
ByLolaH.Curner
As I>eputyClerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
u<25 Not]
Dec 5,1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOll
DADE COUNTY, FL0|
CsseNo.0-)7|7Ft
,v,!:lMILYD,VI5|0N
jr. Kfc The marnageof
HAZKI.MALLETT
Petitioner-Wife
and
QEORGB MALLETT
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY PLBLICATMI
YOU, GEORGE MALL
Apart.ii!.. 121, Tep,
Honduras, are hereby
to serve a copy of your
to the I'etitlon For
of Marriage filed I
upon Wife's attoi
GEORGE NICHOLAS
QUIRE. 612 NW 12th A.
Miami. Florida 33136, and
original wllh the Clerk of
Court on or before Dec
1980. otherwise the P<
will be confessed by you
DATED this 25 fc;
November. 1980.
Richard I*. Brlnker.Ckrt
ByM.J.Hartnttt
Deputy Clerk
09357 No.
Dec. 5.12. II,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAI |
NOTICE IS HE
GIVEN that the under
desiring to engage In
under the fictitious
CAMARO LOCKSMITH
number 128 NW 25 Ave
City of Miami. Florlds,
to register the said name
the Clerk of theClrcultCw
Dade County. Florida
Dated: Miami, Floridi.
13 dav of November. 1M)
JOSEPH AMARO
07122 Not a.
Dec. 5,
U
NOTICE UNDE
FICTITIOUSNAMEl
NOTICK IS HEM
GIVEN that the under
desiring to engage In *"
jnder the fictitious
LLERENA REFR
ATION AND AIR
DITIONING at 17''"
22nd Street. Miami. '
13142 intends to regit
name with the Clerk *
Circuit Court of Dade iw
Florida.
ArturoLlerena
59354 Dec 5. ail
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICE IS HEM
GIVEN that the undertj
desiring to engage In bo-
under the "etiuous
WINTER HAVEN AP*
ME NT HOTEL at 7MM"
Avenue. Miami Beach, n
intend to register said i
with the Clerk of the L
Court of Dade CountyT"
Alexanders DoroM
--""3
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS JHJJ
GIVEN that the undersgjl
desiring to engage lnws-1
under the fictK^^flJ
,59 Madeira A^enue^.l
Gables, r I 331.". ,a
regls,er said nam'^J
Clerk of the arc""
Dade County. Horlto ^M
Sunshine Answering
,nC 159 Madeira Av'n-
Coral Gable.. Fl.
09371 I*c


December 12
1980
* Jewish thrkMan
Page 19-A
Shamir Warns Israel
ab Mayors May Not Return to Bank Won't Abide By EEC
.ERUSALEM (JTA)
The Supreme Court has
S the expulsion orders
.inst Mayors Fahd
e of Hebron and
[nmed Milhim of
oul But the three
ce panel split 2-1 in re-
r their appeal and
on Prime Minister
chem Begin, as
uSe Minister, to recon-
. the deportation of the
JWest Bank mayors.
L court's decision triggered a
jonwide debate with leftists
ine Begin to rescind the de-
lation orders and right-
Ws demanding that he im-
*nt them without delay. The
I court made clear that its
fesion was not on the merits of
* deportation orders but their
ality
THAT context, Justices
he Landau and Yitzhak
Abu Vows
|Not to Resign
By (JIL SEDAN
IBRUSALEM (JTA) -
us Affairs Minister
on Abu-Hatzeira. indicted
Ibribe-taking. indicated that
has no intention of resigning
|oinn on leave. His attorney,
i Kaspi, made it clear that he
nds to light the charges
by Attorney General
hak /amir when the Knesset
Committee meets to
de whether to strip Abu-
eira of his immunity as an
hereby making possible his
[in court.
ktice Minister Moshe Nissim
luted that "if the Knesset
ttee decides to lift the im-
lity. the minister should go
cation." Hut Abu-Hatzeira
lermined to cling to his job
use to do otherwise would be
preted as a confession of
He insists that he is in-
nt "I the charges.
ENJOYS the support of
lleagues in the National
ious Party. The Cabinet as a
?has retrained from taking a
on whether he should
or go on leave pending the
of the case. Kaspi issued
temenl charging that his
was the victim of system-
character assassination by
Bdia
aid he intends to argue
I In Knesset committee
here is no substance to the
The NRP MKs are ex-
'" support their col-
8 immunity unless they
Convinced otherwise. But
Vy sentiment in the
nittee appears to favor
P'lK Abu-Hatzeira of his
unity.
committee will begin its
^rations next week and they
ipected to last for several
The committee will hear
"ony from the minister and
he Attorney General.
f-HATZEIRA and his
pi adviser. Moshe Gabai,
['ndicted on three counts of
bribes from religious
u"ons in B'nei Brak in
[". 'or making illegal
pons of funds to them from
fnistrys budget.
defendants are Shmuel
;a member of the board of
mitz Yeshiva, and Rabbi
Korach, chairman and
[ of the Center for the
pal Tradition of Yemenite
pm
Kalian rejected the contention by
the appellants that their deporta-
tion was contrary to international
law. They also rejected the alle-
gation that the Military Govern-
ment's special review board acted
out of self-interest when it ruled
against the mayors on an earlier
appeal.
Justice Haim Cohn, in a
minority decision, stated that
deportation should be abolished
because it conflicted with inter-
national law which bans the ex-
pulsion of a citizen from his
country.
Felicia Langer. attorney for
Kawasme and Milhim, claimed a
victory despite the loss of the
appeal. She said it rested mainly
on Cohn's minority ruling. "It is
the first time that a deputy presi-
dent of the court decided that
expulsion is illegal according the law of nations." she said.
She also maintained that court's
call to Begin to reconsider was "a
very clear recommendation not to
expel them" and would influence
"the political level." She sent a
telegram to Begin to void the
deportations.
VICTOR SHEMLOV.
Secretary General of Mapam.
said the decision offered an op-
portunity to "turn a new page."
He noted that the mayors have
promised to abide by the law and
respect the regulations of the
Military Government. Their in-
tentions "should be tested" he
said.
But Haim Druckmann. of the
National Religious Party, urged
Begin to carry out the deporta-
tions immediately. "The only
valid consideration is the security
of Israel and there is no room for
mercy," the Orthodox MK
declared. Begin, for his part, was
reportedly consulting with
Attorney General Yitzhak /.amir
and was expected to make a
decision shortly.
The two West Bank mayors
were summarily expelled from
Israel-held territory last May,
only hours after Palestinian
terrorists gunned down six
yeshiva students in Hebron.
They were not accused of direct
complicity in the crime but were
held responsible for creating the
climate for such acts by their
repeated nationalistic and anti-
Israel pronouncements.
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS I JTA) Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir of
Israel made clear his country's
continued opposition to any
peace initiative in the Middle
East undertaken by the
European Economic Community
(ECCI.
He told reporters at a press
conference here that Israel did
not and could not accept the
Common Market countries' stand
on self-determination for the
Palestinians or a change in the
status of Jerusalem.
Shamir, on a five-day private
visit on the invitation of the
French United Jewish Appeal,
spoke in the aftermath of the
EEC's summit meeting in
Luxembourg at which the nine
member states decided to renew
contracts with the Middle East
states in search of a solution to
the Arab-Israeli conflict. The
meeting did not produce any-
thing similar to the EEC's Venice
declaration of last June which
stressed that the Palestine
Liberation Organization must be
associated with the the Middle
East peace process.
BUT THE decision to continue
the initiative implied that the
Venice declaration remains its
basis. Shamir warned that EEC
statements such as the Venice
declaration and the communique
issued in Luxembourg "risk en-
couraging (Arab! extremists and
increasing regional tensions."
He said Israel cannot accept
West European proposals for its
withdrawal to its 1967 borders,
nor can it entrust its security to
foreign guarantees. The EEC
initiative will be pursued under
the direction of The Netherlands
Foreign Minister, Christoph van
der Laauw, who succeeds
Luxembourg Foreign Minister
Gaston Thorn as chairman of the
EEC Council of Ministers.
Shamir stressed that Israel
wants to maintain a dialogue
with all EEC member states.
"We want to increase our meet-
ings, explain our positions and
try to reduce divergencies. We
want to develop good relations
with all EEC member states in
spite of differences on political
stands," he said.
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[Mayor Stephen P. Clark
JNF Banquet Honoree
b| Irving Lehrman,
-an Jewish National Fund
dation. and Abraham Grun-
esident .INF Greater
m. announce that "the forth-
ijngjNF annual tribute ban-
Che held Sunday, Dec. 21
1^ Pontainebleau Hilton
j promise- to l)e one of the
-ending highlights of 1980-
|ihe year in which the JNF
Iratesits 80th birthday."
select ion of Mayor
n Clark as honoree and
dent of the coveted JNF
Shem Tov Award has
i interest. Mayor Clark is a
in humanitarian causes,
I good friend to the State of
^est speaker will be Rabbi
am Berkowitz, national
ident JNF of America. The
Itntation of the Keter Shem
j Award will be made by
I Lehrman.
I musical program has been
arranged by maestro Shmuel
l-ershko. JNF musical director
starring Bill Raymond and
Pnina. performers on TV.
[arold Beck Elected
MJHHA President
larold Beck, a vice president
Miami Jewish Home and
pita] for the Aged, was
I president of the agency at
|34th annual meeting and
j-dance held at the Home on
6. He succeeds Albert E.
i who held the office for the
two years. Co-chaired by
Jacobs and Fay Ablin
the dinner-dance was
kded by some 200 board
|bers, community leaders and
sof the Home.
[presenting the report of the
ating committee, Irving
|n, who serves as chairman of
ard and honorary president
I Home, said that those men
romen elected or re-elected
ns in office are "recognized
host capable and proven
of the community," and
a "significant asset and
of leadership to the
hjig as officers of the
[i Jewish 1 iome for the 1980-
jrm are: honorary vice
pents Fay Ablin Stein,
H r-leeman, Stanley M.
prrnan. Polly deHirsch
r.fctta Ruby. M. J. Kopelo-
I.Lilyan Heckerman, Harry
P. tdward C. Levy, Mollie
^an and Louis Stein; vice
are Marshall Wise,
Ha rule! Heck
Manufacturers, Beck serves as a
volunteer consultant to other
manufacturers, directing them on
such issues as labor, purchasing,
credit, insurance, and any other
aspects of their business.
In a tribute to Albert Ossip,
Judge Cypen represented all
members of the board in pre-
senting a 2.000-year-old urn en-
cased in plexiglass with the
inscription "presented with deep
respect and gratitude to Albert
E. Ossip for his sensitive,
devoted and valued leadership."
Photos Page 3-B
'te'SraSS Important Issues
f. Martin Margulies and
r ftkSrSPSt? On Rabbis'Agenda
nominated are financial
Helen Rechtschaffer.
ondmg secretary Melvin
hi ^'SPrding secretary
|Mel. Reinstalled as past
^Is are Aaron Kravitz and
r*i Jr.
has been involved in
paa work in every area of
rme- "'s assignments, in
P" to his position as vice
P1' for the past five years,
p membership on the
Waive planning com-
inlr L'"mmunity planning
|Pohcy committee, the
committee, the building
""'on committee, and the
I n''l' committee. He has
orKed in the annual cam-
,,0' the Greater Miami
federation.
President of
fation of
the Florida
Furniture
A meeting of the Southeast
Region of the Rabbinical
Assembly will take place
Thursday, Dec. 18, at
Congregation Beth Torah.
Beginning at 9:45 a.m., the
Conservative Rabbis of the area
will gather to discuss important
issues facing the Conservative
Movement at this time.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz is
president of the Region, and
Franklin D. Kruetzer is president
of Southern Region.
'Jewish Philosophy'
When Rabbi Samuel Rudy
meeets with the adult study
group on Tuesday. 8 p.m. at
Temple Or Olom, his topic will be
"Jewish Philosophy."
The temple is presently pre-
paring its 25th anniversary cele-
bration to be held Feb. 28. 1981.
Donald Lefton's Installation
Attracts Major Figures
Bill Raymond and Pnina,
vocal-instrumental team, who
have appeared with Leonard
Bernstein and the Israeli
Philharmonic, will perform at
the Jewish National Fund
Tribute dinner to be held on
Sunday, Dec. 21, at the
Fontainebleau-HUton Hotel.
Harvey Krueger, Mark Siegel
and Dr. Jeanne Kirkpatrick
arrive in Miami for the Donald
Lefton installation as president
of the Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University dinner on Wednesday
at the r'ontainebleau Hotel with
Dr. George and Dorita
Feldenkreis serving as co-
chairmen for the event.
Harvey M. Krueger. national
president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, will fly down for
the inauguration.
Krueger. a resident of New
*> ork City, has been a major
figure in the AFHU for more
than a decade. He has served as a
senior vice president of the
organization and as national
chairman of its founders
program. He has also served as
chairman of its Greater New
York Region and is a member of
the International board of
Governors of the University.
A graduate of Columbia
University and Columbia Law
School, Krueger served as
president of Kuhn, Loeb and Co.,
Inc. He is a member of the board
of directors of Automatic Data
Processing, Inc. and the Bond
Club of New York. He is a
member of the board of trustees
of the United Jewish Campaign
of Bergen County, N.J., and has
served as a vice president of that
organization.
Dr. Siegel heads an in-
tergovernmental relations firm
providing clients including the
AFHU, with specialized con-
sulting in policy planning. He is
DtiiwUI Lefton
l)r Kirkpatrick
an adjunct professor of political
science at both the American
University and the University of
Maryland. He has served as
Deputy Assistant to the
President and was a member of
the Carter-Mondale transition
team. He acted as executive
director of the Democratic
National Committee from 1975 to
1977.
Federation Super Sunday
A Massive Phone-a-Thon
Dr. Kirkpatrick is a professor
at the Georgetown University
and the American Int*rprise
Institute for Public Policy
Research and has held in-
numerable representation
positions including lecture tours
for the United States Inter-
national Communications
Agency, Department of State in
Africa, East Asia. India and
Latin America. She received her
PhD from Columbia University
along with an honorary degree of
Doctor of Humane Letters from
Mt. Vernon College and a
distinguished alumnae award
from Stephens College.
Harry A. Levy, chairman of
the board stated "It has been five
years since we had an active
Miami Chapter of the AFHU and
we are thrilled that Donald
Lefton will be taking the helm."
Lefton, president of the
Continental Services Cor-
poration, owns and operates a
chain of hotels and is a graduate
of Ohio State University as well
as Western Reserve University
Law School.
He serves as an officer and
member of the board of directors
of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is former head of its
community relations, leadership
development and public relations
committees and is present head
of its Mission's Program. He is
also a member of national board
of governors of National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council; national vice president
of National Conference on Soviet
Jewry; board of directors of
Jewish Family and Children's
Service; board of trustess of
Miami Beach Community Health
Assoc., and Dade County Health
Planning Council; and board of
directors of Temple Beth Sholom.
The Greater Miami Jewish
F'ederation is sponsoring a Super
Sunday on Jan.18.
The goal for the 1,500 volun-
teers expected to gather at the
F'ontainebleau-Hilton Hotel for
this phone-a-thon, is to reach
over 30,000 Jewish households in
Greater Miami, urging them "to
give as much as they can to
insure Jewish survival and
improve the quality of life for
Jews in need in Miami, in
Israel, and around the world."
Morris Futernick, Al Golden.
M a x i n e
Schwartz and Rick Turetsky are
co-chairing this event working
with liaisons from local Jewish
organizations, synagogues, and
temples in an effort to mobilize as
many concerned Jews as possible
to serve as volunteers for this
intensive drive to strengthen
world Jewry.
According to Norman Braman,
general campaign chairman of
the F'ederation's 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
F'und. "Super Sunday will be a
day on which the entire Jewish
community of Greater Miami will
unite as one and draw upon its
resources to the fullest extent
possible to demonstrate its
strength and support for fellow
Jews in need at home, in Israel
and around the world.
"This major kick-off event to
launch the 1981 campaign is truly
super' in its scope and in its
potential. Jan. 18 is a day that
will go down in fund-raising
history as we aim to involve and
reach as many Jews as possible,
urging them to respond
positively and generously when
they are called upon to give by
our volunteer task force,"
Braman noted.
Super Sunday is being spon-
sored by the United Jewish
Appeal and Federations across
the country.
To volunteer for a two-hour
phone session on Super Sunday,
call the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation or write to Super
Sunday, GMJF. 4200 Biscayne
Blvrl Miami. Fla.33137.
Israel Histadrut Foundation leaders plan new campaign. Left
to right are Moe Levin, vice president; Dr. Sol Stein, president;
and Lewis Alpert, executive director of the Florida Region of
the organization.
Polsky Geriatric Center
Israel Histadrut Launches
New Bequest Program
Israel Histadrut Foundation
President Dr. Sol Stein an-
nounced the inauguration of a
new bequest program for the
Polsky Geriatric Center in
Raananah. Israel, at an annual
report meeting on Miami Beach.
Dr. Stein detailed the cam-
paign, which will include a Roll of
Honor Plaque for bequests of
$10,000 or more, to be
prominently displayed in the
entrance lobby of the Center. Be-
quest commitments of $25,000 or
more will be recognized through
individual special projects to be
dedicated in honor of the donors.
PLAQUES WILL be affixed
and dedicated during the donor's
lifetime for a confirmed bequest,
so that the donor can be present
at the time of the dedication.
The Polsky Geriatric Center,
opened in 1975, is a three-story
structure. Its medical program is
operated ana supervised by
nearby Bet Levenstein Hospital,
one of the five largest rehabil-
itation hospitals in the world.
The Center consists of 402
beds, occupational and physical
therapy facilities, craft rooms,
testing laboratory, auditorium,
synagogue, library, dining
rooms, and kosher kitchens.
SO GREAT are the demands
on the Polsky Geriatric Center,
Dr. Stein reported here, that it
will be expanded from its
capacity by 275 beds to accom-
modate a total of 677 patients.
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation will raise $2 million in
testamentary bequests from
American friends of Israel. A be-
quest-commitment will enable
the donor to perpetuate his name
during his lifetime as a co-
sponsor.
Executive director is
Lewis Alpert.
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Miami. Florida Friday. December 12, 1980
SECTION B


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Southern Council, ftzhak Shander Appoinh
At the Jewish National Fund Point East annual banquet held
recently at the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel, honoree was David
Siegel celebrating his 80th birthday. Ernest Samuels,
president. Point East, and vice president, JNF is shown
presenting the plaque to SiegeL
United Synagogue
Meets Monday
The Southern Council of the'
Southeast Region of United
Synagogue will meet at Beth
David Congregation, on Monday
at 7:45 p.m. In addition to the
regular business of the Council,
there will be an in-depth report
and discussion of the develop-
ments in the Federation -
Synagogue Fiscal Relations
committee. Gwen Weinberger,
chairman of the committee, will
lead the discussion.
Presidents of congregations
affiliated with the United
Synagogue, in addition to
congregational liaisons, United
Synagogue Education Com-
mittee chairmen and education
directors are invited to attend.
Herbert Lelchuk, vice president,
Southern Council, will chair the
meeting.
Franklin D. Kruetzer is
president of the Southeast
Region. Rabbi David B. Saltz-
man is executive director and
Harold Wishna is director of
Youth Activities.
The government of Israel and
the El Al Board of Directors an-
nounce the appointment of
Itzhak Shander to the presidency
of the Israel flag carrier.
Shander, who had served as
chief executive officer of El Al
since April of this year, is one of
its senior staff members. He
joined El Al in 1950 and de-
veloped El Al's training
department.
DURING HIS 30 years of
service, Shander has held
management positions in per-
sonnel, marketing and sales.
Prior to his promotion to acting
president, he served as president
of El Al Charter Services, Ltd., a
subsidiary of El Al Israel
Airlines.
Shander was born in Zichron
Children to Benefit
Committee for the Reuben
Brainin Childrens Clinic in Israel
is having its first concert of the
season Friday, Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.
at the Jewish Cultural Center.
The Jewish Folk Chorus will
perform with Binah Barnett,
conductor.
Itzhak Shander
Yaacov, Israel, in 1925. He wj
educated at the TeacherJ
beminary in Boston, Mass J
where he received a BA degree J
teaching. Upon completion
military service with the Briti
Forces in World War II, heconvl
pleted a program in air transportl
management at the TechnSoa
Institute in Haifa.
Shander is married and
father of two children.
So. Beach Rally Students at Zion To Be Consecrated
For Israel Bonds
A South Miami Beach Rally to
benefit the State of Israel Bonds
Organization will be held on
Monday at 7:30 p.m., at the
South Beach Auditorium.
Admission is free.
Special guest at the event, held
annually, will be Eddie Schaffer,
American-Jewish folk humorist.
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Students of the Aleph Class at
Temple Zion will be honored at a
special consecration service on
Friday evening.
Families, friends and
congregants will be present when
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Zion, blesses the
consecrants as they begin their
formal religious school education.
The girls with corsages and
boys with boutonnieres, will each
accept certificates and sidurs,
individually inscribed with their
names, commemorating this
special occasion.
Attorney Gaiy F. Canner,
Temple President, and Harvey
iScheffel, education vice
-president, r-'will mafee "the
presentations.
A special Oneg Shabbat
|sponsored by the parents of the
,consecrants will follow.
Students to be consecrated
are: Michael Cohen, Corey Miller,
Jennifer Hirt, Randi Krongold,
Michele Canner, Russell Dohan,
Matthew Barbanell.
Also, Charles Rockman, Gary
Bressler, Andrea Lewis, Laurie
Altman, Jon Leatherwood,
Bradley Preuss, Bari Goldstein
and Marc Lucoff.
Mezrachi Women
Chai Chapter, American
Mizrachi Women, will hold its
annual bazaar on Sunday from 9
to 5 p.m., at Jefferson National
-Bank, Kendall and 97th Ave.
A large variety of merchandise
wilt be on sale including toys and
gifts. Refreshments will be
available.
Proceeds are earmarked for the
education of children, Youth
Center, and Orphanages in Israel.
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wish community leaders who attended a recent Super Sunday
nning committee meeting at the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Jon are (from left), Muriel Russell, president of the Jewish
immunity Centers of South Florida; Larry Metsch, of Temple
hmu-El; Rabbi Simcha Freedman, president of the Rabbinical
hsociation of Greater Miami and spiritual leader of Temple
\iath Yeshurun; and Leo Hack, representing Temple Emanu-
[Congregation Ohev Sholom as well as the Executive Club.
kk Turetsky (left), one of four co-chairmen spearheading the
\tater Miami Jewish Federation's Super Sunday phone-a-
on. is shown going over plans for Super Sunday volunteer
^Tuitment with (from left) Norma Jay, representing B'nai
frith Women, Milt Samuels and Joe Franklin, representatives
km B'nai B 'rith Lodges of South Florida.
Linda Minkes, president, Miami Region of Hadassah, Natalie Lyons, Sylvia Berman and Ray
Jacobson, coordinators of the Big Gifts gala luncheon to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Sunday.
Rose Matzkin Welcomed At Hadassah Gala
Rose Matzkin, former national
president of Hadassah, is to be
the featured speaker at the Gala
Big (iifts Luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday,
day.
Mrs. Matzkin, who is currently
Hadassah Constitution Chair-
person, has held many folios in
Hadassah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America. Sht
was a member of President
Ford's Task Force, has been a
delegate to the World Zionist
Congress in Jerusalem and is a
member of the executive board of
the World Confederation of
United Zionists. She spent the
month of September in 1976
lecturing on Zionism in South
Africa at the special request of
the Zionist Federation there. She
and her husband. Dr. Max
Matzkin. are founders of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center.
Prior to the luncheon, a
reception will be tendered to Mrs.
Matzkin by the founders,
redeemers and benefactors of
Miami Region of Hadassah.
Temple Emanu-El Sports Breakfast E|
Third annual Sports Forum
and breakfast sponsored by the
Men's Club of Temple Fmanu-FI
of Greater Miami will be held
Sunday, at 10a.m.
The meeting is open to the
public. Reservations are required
and may be secured at the temple
office.
Kdward Weiner is Men's Club
president. Among guests will be
David Willingham. sports
director of WCKT television
(Channel 7). New color films of
the Miami Dolphins also will be
shown.
Jewish Worship Hour
Sunday, Dec. 14
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Tenor Jan Peeece Marks
Milestone At Emanu-El
A gala concert and celebration
marking opera star Jan Peerce's
50th anniversary as one of
America's most popular tenors
Jan. 7 at Temple Emanu-El of
Greater Miami will highlight the
1981 Wednesday Night Cultural
Series of the Miami Beach
congregation.
Other celebrities who will
appear include Bess Myerson,
former Miss America and one-
time Commissioner of Consumer
Affairs for New York City;
Marvin Kalb. diplomatic corres-
pondent for NBC television net-
work; and Dr. Joyce Brothers,
psychologist, columnist and
commentator.
Tickets for the series may be
secured at the temple office.
Special prices have been estab-
lished for university and high
school students, according to
Carol Greenberg. temple
president.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
the congregation, who initiated
the Wednesday Night Cultural
Series some 35 years ago, is co-
ordinator of the forum programs.
Ron Wayne is serving as chair-
man of the series committee.
Edward Weiner, president of the
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club
and author of Walter Winchell's
biography, was appointed co-
chairman.
Wayne said that Peerce's
concert will be "one of the most
dramatic events in Temple
Emanu-El history. Peerce has
won international acclaim not
only as a highly talented artist,
but also as a champion of the
State of Israel and the Jewish
people."
Miss Myerson, who will speak
at Temple Emanu-El Feb. 18,
was a Democratic candidate for
the United States Senate from
New York State this year.
Marvin Kalb, who covers the
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Dr. Brothers, who achieved
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was the top-rated show in the
country, will conclude the series
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Greenbern said a committee of
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assembled to help underwrite the
cultural series, which he termed
"a vital part of Temple Kmanu-
El'8 role in the total community
as a vital force for education, cul-
ture and religion.''
Peerce appeared in concert in
the Miami Beach Theater of the
Performing Arts in 1976 at a
nationwide salute to the Heroes
ol Entebbe, when leaders of the
Israeli rescue mission were
honored by the American Ked
Magen David lor Israel.
King Solomon Installs
Sid Roth, Other Officers
The seventh annual installa-
tion of officers and members of
the board of Temple King
Solomon, Sisterhood and
Brotherhood will take place on
Sunday, at 7 p.m. at the Temple.
The congregation will also honor
Kabbi and Mrs. David Raab on
their 30th wedding anniversary.
Sol Roth, president will give his
annual report.
William J. Schusel, master of
ceremonies, will introduce Mayor
Murray S. Meyerson. who will in-
stall the officers. Festivities will
begin with a champagne hour and
hors doeuvres. followed by in-
stallation and entertainment.
Tickets may be obtained at the
temple or by calling Mina Glick-
man.
Temple officers are: president,
Sol Roth; vice presidents, Moe
Katzman, Louis Jacobson and
Mrs. Ida Roth; treasurer, Sol
Roth; recording secretary. Mrs.
Kdythe D. Jiser; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. Mina Glickman; and
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Molly Jacobs. Mayor Meyerson
and Hon. Dr. Simon Wilder will
serve as trustees.
Sisterhood officers are: presi-
dent. Mrs. Edythe I). Jiser; vice
presidents. Lillian Baker and
Mrs. Molly Jacobs, treasurer.
Sol Roll,
Mrs. Sophia I. i,an recording secretary. KstherHen
corresponding secretary. \ln
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Mrs. Ida Metersky; Chapla
Mrs. Shoshanah Kaab.
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Charles Horowitz.; Morris I
Moe Kat/.man; seiretan
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secretary, Joe Moskowiu|
trustees. Norman Naihman;
Harry Susner; honorary
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Jay, Dec. 18. at 11:45 a.m.
L|a Charcowsky, chairman
ytbe Women's Division, an-
| that Leonard Waldman,
ve vice president of the
, Friends of the Hebrew
jjty. will be guest speaker,
JMrs. Fran Dysart will review
Solution "* by Sandor
Reservations may be made at
the American Friends office City
National Bank Bldg.
Members of the committee
include Thelma Anton. Lillian
Kronheim, Rose Pascoe. Stella
Topol, Anne Jaffee. Ceil Honick
and Helen Lipson.
The session, which is open to
the public, is being coordinated
by Florence D. Feldman. director
of the Women's Division.
irs Gastrointestinal Referral Center has two new friends.
[and Mrs. William Shayne (center), who recentty made a
(orgift to the GI fund. With the Shaynes are Cedars' GI
alists Dr Chester Cassel (left) and Dr. Philip Grossman.
iition to being honored on the GI Center plaque, the
tones will be recognized in the patron category of Cedars'
\>r donor plaque.
WPBT-Channel 2 announces
that for the fifth consecutive
year Del Rubin has been ap-
pointed executive chairman of
the 1981 Fine Art and An-
tiques Auction, scheduled for
April 10, 11, and 12, and for
the first time, an entire week-
end will be devoted to this
traditional event being held
separately from the general
Auction.
Palestine Triangle
Mendell M. Selig, member of
the board of directors. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and
recipient of the National Com-
munity Service award from the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
will lead the discussion of "The
Palestine Triangle'' by Nicholas
Bethel! at the Great Jewish Book
Discussion Group in the Miami
Beach Public Library on Thurs-
day, Dec. 18. at 1:30 p.m.
Milestones Marked By
Pioneer Women Chapters
Rose Weisburgh, Katie Zeligson,
Bella Rishen, Nachama Yanich,
Anna Gomberg, Anna Rovinsky
and Mollie Goldsheid.
Cantor Moshe Friedler of
Temple Beth Moshe of North
Miami, will entertain with a cycle
of Hebrew and liturgical songs.
The cantor accompanies himself
on the accordion.
Speaker of the day will be
Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women and president of the
Jewish Historical Society of
South Florida.
Sarah Kaufman is president of
the chapter.
A review of The Sophie
Pucker Story, by Michael
Kreedland. will highlight the
Wednesday meeting ot the Aviva
chapter. The 12:30 p.m. session
will take place in the Washington
Savings and Loan Assn.. H33 NE
167 St. The book will be reviewed
by Sophie Weissman.
Sylvia H. Cohen is program
vice president. Refreshments will
be served.
Dorothy Goldman is president
of the chapter.
The 16th anniversary of the
Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
will be celebrated at a special
birthday luncheon on Sunday,
noon, at the Tarleton Hotel.
Harriet Green, national vice
president and national building
fund chairman of Pioneer
Women, will address the group.
Mrs. Green will speak on the
effects of Israel's 100 percent
inflation rate on the installations
of Na'amat, Pioneer Women's
sister organization in Israel.
Entertainment will be provided
by accordionist Shlomo Gera.
who will also lead a sing-a-long.
Veda Gruber is president of the
Eilat Chapter.
Special tribute to the founders
ot the Beba Edelson chapter will
Highlight the 25th anniversary
celebration-luncheon Sunday,
noon, at the Deauville Hotel.
Founders to be honored are
Bella Bass, Esther Weinstein
Fanny Darcy. Ray Weisberg and
Anne Friedman.
Tribute will be paid tc
deceased founders, including th
organizer. Pauline Cassow
Others are Sarah Babier. Dora
Offenhenden, Esther Wernick.
Physicians Meeting At Mount Sinai
Luncheon Honors Henrietta Szold
meeting of the
Fl< r 'hapter,
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fllem Academy of Medicine
the Home for Retired
loans in Haifa.
N^
Lincoln Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its Founders Day
mncheon at Temple Emanu-El on
Tuesday, Dec. 16.
Carmela Kalmanson. a member
of the Hadassah national hoard.
will be guest speaker at the affair
which honors Henrietta Szold.
A ivusicale featuring Rose
Marcus and Polly Fielder will be
on -ented. l-'aye Yarrow is
Hadassah Medical Organization
chairman.
Colegiate Bar-B-Q At Lipschitz Home
The annual collegiate barbequi
i Beth lorah Congregation will
be hosted by Rabbi and Mrs.
Max A. Lipschitz al their home
on Monday, Dec. 22. at 7 p.m.
er 200 students, attending
universities throughout 'ne
I'nitpo States, are expected to
ii tend this annual ev eni.
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dent, Alvin Goldberg, executive vice president. Mount Sinai
Medical Center, APF, Board of Truestees. Isaac Knoll, M.D.,
president, South Florida Chapter. APF, at the annual meeting
of the South Florida Chapter, American Fellowship.
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Alfred Golden. Exec. V.P.
Leo Hack, V.P.
Kenneth Kay, V.P.
Arthur Grossberg, V.P.
Carl Grossberg, V.P.
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Mayim Hadassah Of Point East
Mayim Hadassah of Point
East celebrated its Bat Mitzvah
at Temple Beth Torah on Thurs-
day. Dec. 4. Mrs. Sigmund
Shamus, president, conducted
the celebration attended by some
300 guests.
The group was organized at
Point East in August 1967, after
the Six Day War in Israel, with
52 members. Mrs. Joseph Liss
was the first president. Now the
chapter has a membership of over
520 with 300 life members. Mrs.
Rose Goldman served as chair-
woman of the affair.
Charter members, past presi-
dents and big gift donors were
honored at the affair. Keynote
speaker was Mrs. Irving Acker-
man who listed the 13 years of
the *'Romance of Mayim."
The afternoon concluded with a
program of songs from the
Mayim Choral Group.
Elizabeth Taylor To Appear Here As Retrin*
Zev Bufman has an- achievements of mv career j **
Hadassah Chapter Big Gifts Supper
Menorah chapter of Hadassah
celebrated its big gift function
with a Sunday supper at the
home of aWvisor Sylvia Herman.
The featured speaker of the
Producer
nounced that Elizabeth Taylor
will appear in Lillian Hellman's
"The Little Foxes" in a special
non-subscription limited pre-
B road way run opening Friday,
Feb. 27, at Fort Lauderdale's
Parker Playhouse.
Scheduled through Saturday,
March 14, the show will not be on
subscription, but season sub-
scribers will receive first con-
sideration for tickets.
"Being able to secure Miss
Taylor for her appearance at the
Parker is one of the great
my career,"
declared the producer.
Following its Parker run, the
production will move to
Washington's Kennedy Center
where it will open March 18 for a
five week run, then on to
Broadway. April 20, for a limited
10 weeks.
For Miss Taylor who will be
making her Broadway debut in
Hellman's 1939 drama of an
avaricious southern family, the
occasion is one of equal im-
portance. "I've always wanted to
evening was Linda Minkes, pres
dent of the Miami Region.
Big Gift giving benefits the
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Making arrangements for the
event were Ame Soule', Helen
Wernicoff and Ruth Gallner.
presidents and Berta Marder and
Jeanette Rosoff.
do a play on Broadway.'dJ
the actress, and, grfl
the support of mv TJ
Republican State gjH
Warner), I have ihe S 1
opportunity and the enthu'l
to do it next year."
The production will
rehearsal one week fojLS
inauguration ,n Jan. 20 of
dent-elect Ronald r
which time Miss T |oa
performing her political dutj
Big Sister'to incoming WJ
newly elected statesmen
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Cantor Bornstein, Musical Groups In Concert

Temple Sisterhood Donor Affair
The Sisterhood of Temple King
Solomon held its third annual
donor luncheon recently at the
Seville Hotel. Mrs. Molly Jacobs,
program vice president, served as
chairman of'bhe day. .
Seated on the dais were Mrs.
hkiythe I), .Jiser. her mother.
Bertha D..Davidson, Rabbi and
Mrs. David liaab, temple presi-
dent and Mrs. Sol Roth,"and Mrs.
Mina Glickman who founded the
Sisterhood in 1974 and now
serves as ways and means
chairman.
Certificates of appreciation
were presented by Mrs. Jiser to
Rabbi Raab, Roth, and temple
vice president Moe Katzman.
Karen Mils entertained with a
program of songs.
In charge of the arrangements
for the day were Mrs. Sophia L.
Landsman, treasurer, and Mrs.
Glickman.
Holiday Bazaar
Tropical Cancer Lealgue has
slated a holiday bazaar for
Monday from 9 to 4 p.m. at the
Hibiscus Auditorium. Rea
Poland and Lil Weitener are in
charge of the day.
Proceeds from the bazaar are
earmarked for care and treatment
of cancer patients from Florida.
The music of three faiths will
be presented at Temple Israel,
Sunday at 4 p.m.
Temple Israel musical groups
and church choirs will participate
in a concert that will feature
choral, cantorial. folk, liturgical
and instrumental selections
representing the music of
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish
-faiths.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein will
offer several solos and also
conduct the combined groups in
Haydn's "Creation."
The concert is to be given in
cooperation with the American
Guild of Organists. The public is
invited.
Rabbi Kushner On 'ReligioiusMystery'
On Sunday. 10 a.m.. at Temple
Israel, guest lecturer Rabbi
Lawrence Kushner will discuss
"Tales of Religious Mystery."
Rabbi Kushner has been rabbi
at Congregation Beth El.
Sudbury, Mass. He now serves as
a member of the executive
committee <>t the UAHC's social
action commission. He has had
two books published on
mysticism and is presently
working on a third. "Like Ones in
Dream."
Season tickets may be ob-
tained through the Temple Israel
Office.
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Civic Leaders Are Elected
Three Dade County civic
leaders have been elected vice
presidents of the Ann Gorlitz
F^JSouih h'lorida Chapter of the
Hational Foundation for Ileitis
and Colitis. Inc. They are Mrs.
Juliei Lev) vice president for
fund raising; .Julian Goldstein.
rice president for education: and
n Rothaus, vice president
Iforpuhlu relations.
The new officers v\ ill serve with
Barbara Greenberg and
Price, previous!) elected
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William Sigman.
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founder and good and welfare
committee chairman; Mrs
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Linda Price, executive secretary:
Mrs .Jill I). Hurtig. vice
president for membership;
Charles Marcus, blood bank
committee chairman; Mrs. Doris
(I si lu nil. corresponding
secretary; Cye Mandel.director.
Games Night Set
Temple Beth To\ Sisterhood
will hold its annual games night
on Friday starting at 1!l p m
Refreshments ill be served and
funds raised will go towards new
kitchen equipment at the temple
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lHadassah Ko'ach
1 Schedules Varied
December Affairs
The Ko'ach Chapter of Miami
Beach Region of Hadassah. has
slated two events for December,
according to .Jackie Hechter,
president.
On Sunday, the group will hold
an Eye Bank membership lun-
cheon at the home of Mrs. Milton
Goldman starling at 12:30 p.m.
A buffet lunch and a hat fashion
show by Thelma s of Lincoln Rd..
is on the agenda for the after-
noon. Cynthia Stein and Vivian
Douglas will chair.
On Tuesday, the chapter will
hold its general meeting at 8 p.m.
in the Jefferson National Bank,
301 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Zina Hirsh. program vice
president, will intorduce guest
speaker Shannon Sisson. presi-
dent. Sisson Stage Studio, whose
topic will be "A New
Awareness."
American and Zionist affairs
reports will be given by Betti
Dulberger and Carol Erez,
respective chairmen, and refresh-
ments will be served.
Further information on both
affairs may be had from the
Regional office of Miami Beach
Hadassah.
Edward Cohen
Chairman Again
Of ACLU Unit
Edward Cohen has been re-
elected chairman of the 2,000
member Miami-Dade Chapter of
the American Civil Liberties
Union, which this year celebrated
its 60th anniversary. The oc-
casion will be marked on
Saturday with the Florida ACLU
Foundation's annual observance
of Bill of Rights Day at B dinner
honoring State Representatives
U illiam Sadowski of Miami and
Helen Gordon Davis, this year's
winners of the Nelson Poynter
Vward.
Other officers chosen by the
local Chapter are Helen Nilsen,
vice-chairperson; Susan
Nickerson, secretary; and Jay
Freier, treasurer.
Louis Jepeway, Jr. was named
to chair the legal panel, Dr.
Marvin Dunn the community
monitoring committee and Carol
Berg the legislative committee.
Adath Yeshurun
First Graders To
Be Consecrated
First grade students of Temple
Adath Yeshurun Religious
School will present a special Con-
secration service, written by
Rabbi Simcha Freedman, on
Friday. Dec. 19 at 8:15 p.m. The
service will be led by Rabbi
Freedman and Cantor Ian
A1 pern.
Each student will be presented
v. iih a Certificate of Consecration
and will be given a Siddur
I'raver Book). The students are
embers of Mrs. Gladys
Diamond's Aleph I and Alpeh II
lasses, and Mrs. Myra Brill's
Aleph III class.
ALEPH 1: Evan Alnblnder. Noel
Hrand. Aaron Epstein Michael Epstein.
Robert Geller. Seth Howard, Bradley
Kruirer Linda Kublllun. Steven Levlne.
Jack Lynn. Bonnl Mailer. Cralg Miller
Joyce Moed. Aaron Reed, Edward
Rlechelson. Gregory Rosen and Ron
sas.
ALEPH II: Scott Belter. Andy Bell
Corey Bell, Garett Berman, Stever
Green Samantha Gross, Adam Jacobs
Adam Krulewltt. Jason Lleberman
Kredric Mellln. Lisa Panlry. Bradlej
Rolhenberg. Brenda Seinberg. Joel
Silver and Daniel YacMer
ALEPH III: Dvld Aellon. Brtai
Herman Kami Elmowltx. Jerfrej
"oldenoerg. Joshua Halpertn. Law-
rence Karples. Matthew Levlne, Marru
Mchstrahl Stephanie NotowlU. David
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Rabbi Dobin Will Speak on 'Cults'
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin.
national chairman of Concerned
Citizens Against Cults, will
speak on "Are Cults Taking
Over?" Wednesday, at a meeting
of the Young Family League of
Temple Kmanu-Kl of Greater
Miami. The meeting is free and
open to the public. Refreshments
will be served, according to Dr.
Jeffrey Blumenthal and Jane
Blumenthal. presidents of the
congregation auxiliary. The
meeting will take place at 7:30
p.m.
Rabbi Dobin will discuss the
recent Ninth International
Conference on the Unity of the
Sciences, held in Miami Beach.
He believes "the group is cultist
in nature, and protests the up-
coming appearance in Florida of
representatives of another group.
The Way International, which he
accuses of being a cult."
Emanu-El Students To be Consecrated
Dr. Irving I.ehrman will high-
light "V.I.P. Sabbath" during
Saturday morning services at
Temple F.manu-Kl according to
Carol Greenberg. temple presi-
dent The service will feature the
consecration of first year
students of both the Lehrman
Day School and of the Temple
Kmanu-FI afternoon and Sunday
religious schools.
A luncheon v. ill honor the
students and parents immedi-
ately after the service. Sheila
Hollo, past president of the
temple FT A, and Rochelle Malek.
current president, will serve as
VI I' chairpersons.
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Friday, December
Community Corner
Arthur V. Miller was elected to three offices recently.
President of the Pacemaker Club of Dade County, first vice
president of the Democratic Club of North Dade and secretary of
the Point East Masonic Club. He will be relieved of the presi-
dency of the North Dade Chapter of the American Assn. of
Retired Persons after nearly three years in that position. On the
County level, Arthur is a member of the Administering Board of
the Community Action Agency and on the District Advisory
Council of HRS.
The Miami Ski Club held a "Passport to Fashion" sound and
light show on Dec. 4 at the Miami Springs Villas. It was the
group's eighth annual fashion show.
B'nai B'rith Hospitality Lodge, Harvey Weinberg, president,
arranged a Thanksgiving dinner for the 150 residents of
Federation Towers, a Senior Citizen Housing Project, sponsored
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Senator Sherman S. Winn, District 34 Florida Senate, has
been appointed to the Travel Advisory Board to the U.S.
Department of Commerce, according to an announcement by
Philip W. Klutznick, Secretary of Commerce.
On Friday evening, Dec. 5, the Solo Center, sponsored by the
Mental Health Assn. of Dade County, Inc., met for an
educational program and social at the Washington Federal
Building, 633 NE 167 St.
The Florida Philharmonic, after a successful start, is offering
potential concertgoers a special Holiday Subscription Package.
Discounts will be given to those wishing to buy six consecutive
concerts for the rest of the season.
Private Kenneth Goldman, son of Robert Goldman of Miami,
recently completed One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at the
U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga.
New members at Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club are:
Betsy and Lawrence Adams, Karen Artois, Ruth and Dr. Sidney
Besvinick, Dianne and Robert Bigge, Julia and Steve Blind,
Linda Jean and Thomas Coleman, Doris Cone, Dora and Sergio
Koelho De Souza, Patricia and Thomas Duane, Catherine and
Harold Farley, Herman (Skip) Gillentine, Olivia and Jeffrey
Mallet. Rita and Christian Hauck, Betty and Ronald Kurtz,
Jerry Mansfield, Betty and John McMullan, Patrick Sullivan.
Jane and Alan Terr. Paul Van Beuren, Gay and Paul Wall.
Bettye and Alvan Wolf.
The Florida Philharmonic, in a more stable financial position
than has been the case in recent years, kicked off its annual fund
campaign recently at the Marriott Hotel. Some $500,000 has
been raised from business and industry through the long term
Crescendo Campaign, headed by Philharmonic board chairman
Alvah H. Chapman Jr. and President Marshall S. Harris.
Barbra G. Sherar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gerahkoff
of North Miami Beach, has been commissioned as a captain in
the U.S. Army and has entered active duty with the Judge Ad-
vocate General Corps.
Now stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C., Capt. Sherar is a graduate
of Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N.J., and the University of
Miami.
The Board of Advisors for the Outstanding Young Women of
America awards program has announced that Rita Faye Norton
of Miami has been selected for inclusion in the 1980 edition of
"Outstanding Young Women of America."
The Outstanding Young Women of America awards program
oeeks to recognize the talents, abilities and successes of ex-
ceptional young women throughout America.
Louis Bordman has been appointed advisor of the Youth
Activities at Temple Menorah according to an announcement by
Joel Gray, president. The youth activities department at the
temple is divided into three groups and at present has a total
enrollment of 150 youngsters.
A daily listing of cultural and social events in four South
Florida counties, synopses of the four opera productions this
season, five feature stories and 10 pages of opera scenes in full
color fill the new 1981 Opera Almanac and Social Engagement
Calendar, just published and available at the Opera Guild office.
The "New Holiday Project," according to Joyce Levitt and
Marsha Brody, will be visiting hospitals and convalescent
homes in Dade and Broward during the holiday season bringing
small tokens of holiday cheer.
ORT Gift Wrap December 12 to 24
Dade South Region Women's
American ORT will begin its
annual gift wrap at Luriala on
Bird Rd. and 87th Ave.', Dec.
12th 24th. Proceeds will go to
the school building cam-
paign, om
Mrs. Fred Chekanow, presi-
dent, Mrs. Michael Peyton,
chairman of the executive com-
mittee and Mrs. David Kobrin,
" vice-president of special projects,
.have 'coordinated the annual
event with the membership of the
participating chapters: Brickell,
Coral Gables, Old Cutler, North
Kendall, Dadeland, South Dade,
Sunset and South West.
Celllist Starker With Philharmonic
Mennin's Concertato (Moby
Dick) and concludes with Tchai-
kowsky's Symphony No. 6 in B
Minor, the "Pathetique."
Cellist Janos Starker will be
featured soloist with interim
music director Rainer Miedel on
the podium for two performances
with the Florida Philharmonic,
Saturday at 8:15 p.m. in West
Palm Beach Auditorium, and
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in Dade
County Auditorium.
Starker will play Hayden's
Cello Concerto in D Major, Opus
10!. The program opens with
Paid~Up Members
Sisterhood of Temple Adath
Yeshurun will hold its annual
paid-up membership meeting on
Wednesday, at 8 p.m. There will
be entertainment and refresh-
ments. Admission by invitation
only.
Photography Show
An exhibit of landscape
photography by Gil Sharon is
currently on display at the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The announcement
was made by Stanley Arkin,
chairman of Federation's Art
Committee.
The exhibit, comprised of 28
photographs by Sharon, an
amateur Israeli photographer, is
showing through December in the
Federation Gallery located on the
second floor of the Federation
building, 4200 BiSCayneB|vd
Sharon's work depicts \L J
landscapes as well as manVS1'
subjects from attractions*?
K uM'ami are. *,
SET ** z\
The exhibit is Den ,.
public during reKuar k, the
hours, Monday hrou'h F-H
andthereisnol&tc^l
Robert J. Bigge, executive
director of Cedars of Lebanon
Health Care Center, has been
elected to the new board of
directors of the Association of
Voluntary Hospitals of
Florida for 1981-82. Bigge is
one of 15 members who will
work in the legislature and
assist in the direction of the
As son.
Dec. 11 Luncheon,
Can dielighting
Collins Beach Chapter,
Women's American ORT, was to
have a luncheon and can-
dlelighting ceremony on
Thursday at the Seacoast
Towers, 5600 Collins Ave.
Entertainment was to be
presented by Veronica and Peter
Fuchs, singing and piano duo.
Ruth Nadelson was to be in
charge of reservations.
'Israel Important'
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El of Greater
Miami, will speak on "Israel's
Strategic Importance to the
United States" Tuesday, at a
7:30 p.m. meeting of the Alex
Daoud Sevice Ctub in Miami
Beach. The session, to be held in
the Civic auditorium of American
Savings and Loan Assoc, 1200
Lincoln Rd., is open to the public.
'Bagels & Bibles'
"Bagels and Bibles" is the
name of an adult education class
at the North Bay Village Jewish
Center. Rabbi Marvin Rose
discusses "Women in Judaism
From Eve to Women's Lib and
Beyond." The class is free and is
held every Monday morning at
11.
Beth Am Forum
The Brotherhood breakfast
forum of Temple Beth Am will
have a panel discussion on
Sunday. Dec. 14, at 9:30 a.m. in
the Youth Lounge. The subject
will be. "The Outlook for Reform
Judaism in the Third Millenium
- the Year 2000."
Participating in the discussion
will be Dr. William K. Silver,
president of Temple Beth Am:
Dr. Larrv Stein, president of
Camp Blue Star
Herman and Rodge Popkin,
owner-directors of Camp Blue
Star in Henderson. N.C.. have
announced that the first camp re-
union of this season is scheduled
for Thursday. Dec. 25. at the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel.
There will be further camp re-
unions in February in St. Peters-
burg. Clearwater and Tampa.
"There are summer jobs available
at the camp for qualified young
men and women."
For many years, the United
Synagogue Youth has held its
annual conventions at Camp Blue
Star after camp season is over.
Temple Bet Brdra; and Aaron
Podhurst. president of Temple
Sinai. Moderator will be Rabbi
Lewis Bogage. area director of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Cantor
annual position. Remarkable
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Guest Speaker Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, Executive Vice President JNF of America
Featuring Misha Raitzin, Tenor, of Metropolitan Opera
also appearing
Cantor Zvi Adler with Temple Emanu-El Choir
Added Attraction Sherry Sterner, song stylist
at the Theater of the Performing Arts
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Frances Farina New President
Of Political Caucus
Maine Silrerstein
Elaine Silverstein,
Charles Goldstein
Exchange Vows
Elaine Silverstein and Charles
Goldstein exchanged marriage
vows on Thanksgiving Day, Nov.
27 in the bridegroom's apart-
ment in New York's Sherry
Netherland Hotel. The
bridegroom's cousin, Rabbi
Charles Kroloff officiated.
Following champagne toasts to
the newlyweds the family group
of 20 members repaired to the
Sign of the Dove for a traditional
holiday dinner.
Among guests were Charles'
daughter Amy from Amherst
College. Elaine's sons, Steve, a
Cornell University senior,
Matthew, a University of
Pennsylvania freshman, and
daughter Joanie, a Ransom-
Everglades junior.
Charles' son, Patrick Gold-
stein, is a music and theatre critic
on the Los Angeles Times and
the newlyweds plan to visit him
there soon.
The bride recently sold her
southside house. Charles has a
houseboat, but home for the
couple will be a Brickell Ave.
apartment until the house they
are building in L'Hermitage is
finished.
Goldstein is the owner of the
art and fashion boutique. The
Twenty Four Collection which
numbers six shops, and Elaine is
responsible for the tremendous
expansion of Beber Silverstein
Advertising and Marketing
Agency.
The Founders of Mount Sinai Medical Center traditionally
honor members celebrating birthdays. At the most recent
dinner meeting, Founders president, Cat Kovens, announced
that Lena Goldstein (right), widow of the late Founder, Sam
Goldstein, celebrated her 83rd birthday. Celebrating with her is
friend, Adeline Levenson (left).
Nachman Arluck Culture Circle
Frances Farina. Miami Shores
attorney, has been elected
president of the Dade County
Women's Political Caucus, the
organization which seeks to
encourage involvement of women
in political and community af-
fairs.
Mrs. Farina, a member of the
Dade County Democratic
executive committee, is the wife
of Dade County Judge Joseph P.
Farina.
Elected vice presidents of the
Caucus, Mary Chichester Dunetz
and Kathy Ruddy. Winifred
Jernigan was named treasurer.
Frances Farina
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a.m. in the American Savings
Bank. 1200 Lincoln Rd. Morris
Fisher will chair the meeting.
Morris Becker will deliver a
talk on 'Sigmund Freud:
Psychoanalyst and Jew." A dis-
cussion will follow.
Also on the program will be
Regina Balin and Gertrude
Mintz, folk singers, who will offer
Hebrew and Yiddish songs, and
Fay Gossbard who will recite
excerpts from the Jewish
classics.
Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gevertz, parents of daughter Debra
Susan, announce Debra's engagement to David Mayer Hinkes,
son of Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes.
The bride-to-be is presently attending Miami-Dade Com-
munity College and working toward an associate degree in legal-
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MBA degree from Barry College in Miami Shores.
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Department Prexy,National PresidentVisit JWV Aux. Ruiiness NntPR
r _. ,., .. :. ...,..,,, ,..;..,i ..t The Post and Auxiliary will = littOMWOO ^Yl7C.Cd
Evelyn Cohen, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans South Dade Post
778, announces that at the next
regular meeting which was to be
held on Thursday, 8 p.m. at
Temple Samu-EI, Capital Bank
Bldg, at SW 107th Ave. and.
North Kendall Dr., special guest
of honor was to be department
president, Leah Eisenman, who
will be making her official visit
with her line officers. President
Eisenman is also a member of
Auxiliary 778.
Adath Yeshurun Chanukah Concert
The Mr. and Mrs. Social Club
of Temple Adath Yeshurun will
hold its second annual Chanukah
concert on Sunday, at 7:30 p.m.
it was announced by Bill Katz,
president. Three artists, Ian
Alpern, Manny Mandel and
Elaine Shapiro, will participate in
a musical potpourri of liturgical,
Chassidic, Yiddish and Israeli
music.
Cantor Alpern is the Hazzen of
Temple Adath Yeshurun. Cantor
Mandel has served several con-
gregations in the Miami area and
is National Religious Adviser to
the Jewish War Veterans. Cantor
Shapiro is the first Cantor
trained at the Theological Semi-
nary and presently serves Temple
Beth El in West Palm Beach.
Tickets are available in ad-
vance or at the door.
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The Post and Auxiliary will
sponsor its annual tag day the
weekend of Dec. 19-21 to raise
funds for their work at the Miami
VA Hospital, Senior Citizens
project, Retarded Adults and
Children of Dade County.
On Sunday members will
attend the quarterly meeting at
the Carillon Hotel and a luncheon
in honor of National President
Evelyn Mermonstein.
Irwin Steinberg,
Nat'l Commander,
JWV Guest
Norman Bruce Brown Post 174
and Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish
War Veterans, will hold their
annual donor dinner at the Ken-
dale Lakes Country Club on
Sunday at 7 p.m.
Special guests will be JWV
National Commander Irwin
Steinberg and his wife Ceil of
North Miami Beach. Other
guests include the national presi-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary,
Mrs. Evelyn Mermonstein, Com-
mander Alton Zucker of the
Department of Florida JWV and
his wife Ceil of Pembroke Pines,
Dade County Council Com-
mander and Department of
Florida President Leah Eisen-
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Claire Greenwald is president
of Auxiliary 174 and Alexander
Greenwald is commander of Post
174 JWV.
Chairpersons of this annual
donor dinner are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Toltz. Mr. and Mrs. Obie
Rosenthal and Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Davis.
JWV Post, Aux.
Join Services
Abe Horrowitz Post 682 and
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans, will join the Beth
Torah Congregation for 8 p.m.
Friday services.
Irwin Steinberg, JWV national
commander, will be guest
speaker, and present a national
chaplain's cap to Rabbi Max
Lipschitz.
Senior Citizens
Holiday Treat
On Sunday at 7:30 p.m. the
Hotel Executives Hospitality
Lodge 2690 of Bnai B'rith will
host a Chanukah celebration for
Senior Citizen residents of Fed-
eration Towers.
Cantor Reuben Pamess will
participate in the services, and
latkes will be provided by
Brother Eric Jacobs. Over 100
residents are expected to attend.
Washington Savings and Loan Assn. of Florida will celeh
I its 28th anniversary on Monday, Dec. 8, at a luncheon hon
I 28 original account holders and employees of over 20 years
Howard H. Ward, president and managing officer I
I Washington Savings acted as master of ceremonies. Sen jj
I D. Gordon, vice chairman of the board of Washington Sav
and Miami Beach Mayor Murray Meyerson were amonsl
vited guests.
Walter Underwood, executive director of South FloridaGn
; Health, Inc. (Miami), was elected president of the RJ
I Association of HMOs (FAHMO) at the association's 8
j meeting in Miami on Oct. 17. FAHMO is a statewide ore
| tion that promotes the development and support of federh.
: qualified and state-certified Health Maintenance Organizatit
| (HMOs).
IDB Bankholding Corporation Limited has declared
I dividends for 1980 of IS. 0.30 per share on its Ordinary and
I shares and $.90 per share on its redeemable convert
I preference shares. These dividends, less withholding tax, wi
paid on Dec. 19 to shareholders of record as of Nov. 28,1980.
John J. Russo has been promoted to assistant vice presii
i of Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach. His advancen
: from assistant cashier was announced by Barton S. Goldb
[ president of the bank.
The WUlsey Institute of Art and Interior Design hasop^,,
| new school in Miami Beach. Now licensed by the State]
i Florida, the Willsey Institute is a branch of the samer
j which has been chartered by the Board of Regents and lie.
( by the State of New York since 1953. Its director it }U
\ Elisabeth Willsey, BAE. MS, and N.S.I.D.
Wayne Rassner, South Miami attorney, has been named
I the Bank of Florida in South Florida's Community AdvisJ
I Board, it was announced by the bank's chairman, Harry I
= Kanter. |
Rassner, a native of Coral Gables, is a legal investigator{
I the law offices of Monte K. Rassner. He has been with thet?
= for the past five years in the capacity of office manager L
paralegal prior to obtaining his J.D. degree this year from I
! University of Miami. Rassner also holds a BBA degree j
= finance from the U of M, where he was on the Dean's List, Pn
I dent's Honor Roll and a life member of Delta Sigma Pibuain
f= fraternity.
Howard A. Mesh, CPA, was recently installed as presk
I elect of the University of Miami's School of Business Alu
I Assn Mesh, who graduated from the university in 1955 wtthl
I BBA, is a partner in the firm of Mesh, Dick, Cberkas &Co..l
= CPA firm in Coral Gables.
Financial Federal Savings & Laon Assn. has elected Will
= Theodore vice president and named 12 assistant vice preside
= according to President L. Jules Arkin.
Theodore, who joined Financial Federal in June 1977, is I
= company's internal auditor.
I The new assistant vice presidents are Robert Aubrey, Ric
= Browdy, Donald Childs, Jean Famer, Charles Games Jo
= Hanley, Ron Hunter, Robert Komskis, Beth Krou, Jo
| McDermott, Harry Pellish and David Weinstein.
David SaUabury has joined Mesh, Dick, Cherkas & Co.,<
S Gables CPA firm as audit manager.
Salisbury is a member of the American Institute of CPA
5 Florida Institute of CPA's and is also a member of the MM
| trustees, South Florida Multiple Sclerosis Chapter.
Dr. Jerome Jacob., MiamrBeach tf^^^SJSLi
I to the board of trustees of the Academy of Ambutato J
1 Surgery, it was announced by Dr. Floyd Sears, of St.
I N.Y., international president of the society
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Rrael Bond EventS Betn Toran Honorees Are Eugene Lipmans
ISKYLAKK GARDENS
..gglute to Israel" will be
. sky Lake Gardens to
-Lillian Sadovsky. who will
L Israel's Solidarity award.
event is scheduled on
j. Dec- 21 at 10:30 a.m.
iSadovsky is a life member
jjssah and a member of the
0f the Douglas Gar-
!7ewish Home. She is also
cWith the City of Hope.
, Schaffer, the American-
humorist, will be the
guest Chairman is
Lang, and co-chairmen
Sol Donsky and Jack
HARBOl K HOUSE
our House will celebrate a
je to Israel breakfast, in
rof Israeli (2nd birthday.
ISunday. Dec. 21 in the
Room ot Harbour House
Special guest will be
St. John, noted author.
disc and biographer of
IBen-Crurion. St. John has
Iwritten biographies of Abba
and Egyptian President
jer Hi' is i i or respondent for
IL'I'I Co-chairmen of the
are Kli Cohen. Samuel
land Herman Oberman.
TOWERS OF
KEYBISCAYNE
I Frederic Blitstein will re-
| Israel's City of Peace award
Joel Arnon. the Consul
I of Isra'!. at a "Night in
to be held Monday at
|trs of Key Hiscayne.
ding to Judge Alexander
art. chairman of the event.
lein is being recognized for
Ive leadership role in Jewish
hunal affairs, centering on
Israel Bonds Organization
|the Greater Miami Jewish
nion. Blitstein. a city
planner, currently is working on a
project to provide social oppor-
tunities and sports activities to
an area in suburban Tel Aviv. He
is also planning Israel's first
marina townhouse community in
Caesarea.
AVENTURA TURNBERRY
Aventura Turnberry res-
idents will celebrate a "Salute
,o Israel" breakfast on Sunday in
,he Garden Room. Florence and
lack Bellock will receive Israel's
Tity of Peace award, recognizing
their contribution to Jewish
ommunal life through their par-
ticipation and activities with the
Israel Bond Organization and the
United Jewish Appeal."
Special guest will be Israel
Amitai. Israeli television pro-
ducer and journalist, who will
discuss the latest situation in the
Middle Kast.
Chairman of the event is Fred
Hirsch and co-chairmen are Mel
Fine and Roy Sager.
BETH TORAH
Israel Amitai. an Israeli
journalist and television
producer, will be the featured
speaker at the Beth Torah Con-
gregation Israel Dinner of State.
to be held Sunday at 7 p.m. in
Deakter Hall. Fugene and Molly
Lipman will receive Israel's City
of Peace award, recognizing their
many years of Jewish communal
service. Lipman is president of
Beth Torah Congregation.
Amitai has amassed credits in
the Israel television and motion
picture industry. He is an
authority on the Middle Fast and
will discuss Israel's relationship
with her neighbors.
Chairpersons of the dinner are
Robert and Ronni Whitebook: co-
chairpersons, Lester and Peggy
Engel.
tabbi Abramowitz Is Chairman
For New Life Awards
bbi Mayer Abramowitz.
man of special events for the
\ of Israel Bonds Organiza-
Iwill serve as chairman of the
pating committee for the
W New Life dinner, to be
[March 1. at the Knoover
i announcement was made
pry R. Gerson, general cam-
' chairman of the Israel
sOrganization.
Pbi Abramowitz. spiritual
' of Temple Menorah, is
nan of the Israel Bonds'
|mc Cabinet. He is im-
p past president of the
>r Miami Rabbinical As-
' and has been active in
||> philanthropic and service
nations during his Rabbi
11 this community.
Habbi Mayer A bra mo win
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Und Irving Boyer (right) were the recipients of Israel's
1/ Peace award at the American Mizrachi Women Bond-
Roe/ luncheon, held in their honor. The Boyers were
^ for "active participation in numerous Jewish philan-
' and service organizations. At left is Israel Amitai,
television producer and director, who presented the
Beth Torah Congregation will
hold its annual Dinner of State on
Sunday at 7 p.m., on behalf of the
Israel Bonds Organization.
Fugene and Molly Lipman will
be the recipients of the City of
Peace Award, recognizing 'their
participation in synagogue af-
fairs and numerous Jewish and
civic organizations." Lipman is
president of Beth Torah Con-
gregation and has served as vice
president and as treasurer.
He is active with B'nai Brith.
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida and is a member of
the board of directors of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education.
Mrs Lipman is a member of
Beth Torah Sisterhood, a life
Gene Greensweig
To Speak For
Jewish Books
December is Jewish Book
Month, and one of the activities
set at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community" Center is a
-penal lecture in conjunction
with the North I lade Midrasha.
Gene Greenszweig, executive
director of Miami's Central
Agency for Jewish Fducation.
will be the featured speaker at the
JCC's Jewish Book Month
lecture. Sunday, starting at 8
p.m. His topic will be "American
Jewry in Crisis Today: The
Yearning for the World of Our
Fathers.'
Yossi Shochat. shaliach of the
CAJF. with a dramatic
presentation. Shochat is an
Israeli, who under the shaliach
program, is working in the
community to present and in-
terpret Israeli life and culture.
The program is free and open
to the public.
Dr. David Fink
Guest Lecturer
At Temple Israel
On Sunday, Dec. 21. 10 a.m. at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
guest lecturer Dr. F. David Fink,
professor and director of Jewish
Studies Program, University of
Maryland. will discuss
"Christmas in Jewish Per-
spective."
A topic of annual concern, the
festivities relating to the
Christmas season weigh heavily
on the Jewish parent. The
distinguished Dr. Fink will
discuss Jewish observances
relating to Christmas, and the
Rabbinic approach to other
religions.
Season tickets for members
and non-members may be ob-
tained through the Temple Israel
office.
Chai Chapter
Charity Bazaar
On Sunday
Chai Chapter of the American
Mizrachi Women will hold its
annual bazaar on Sunday, at the
Jefferson National Bank. Kendall
Dr. and SW 97 Ave., 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Gifts for the holidays, a line of
Judaica giftware, jewelry,
calligraphy artworks, new
clothing and many unusual items
will be on sale.
Lunch of lox, cream cheese and
bagel, juice and cake will be
available.
Proceeds from this bazaar is
being earmarked for the New
Beth Hayeled Orphanage and
Day Care Center being built in
Jerusalem.
For further information,
contact chairmen Ann Slotsky.
Sadie Kane or Jeanne
t'inWi'U'l'l
member of Hadassah. serves as
vice president of the Sharon
Chapter, and is on the board of
directors of the American Jewish
Congress.
Robert and Ronni Whitebook
are serving as chairpersons of the
annual event. Special guest will
be Israel Amitai. Co-chairpersons
are Lester and Peggy Engel.
Reb Moshe Ben Ishai received Israel's City of Peace award at
the annual Temple Ner Tamid Israel Bonds luncheon. Reb Ben
Ishai (right) is former Hazan-Sheni at the temple and was
recognized for his many years of service to Israel and the
Jewish community. The award was presented by Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz and Mrs. Ben Ishai.
The Boruch Shames Memorial Award of the Cuban Hebrew
Israel Bonds Campaign was presented to Jack Chester, center,
recognizing outstanding participation in the Israel Bonds cam-
paign and his dedicated work for the Jewish community and the
survival of Israel The award was presented at the annual
Cuban Hebrew Israel Bonds dinner by Hon. Joel Arnon,
Consul General of Israel, left, and Moises Derechinsky, dinner
chairman.
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Sam Topf New President
Janet Reno On 'Criminal Justice'

The regular monthly breakfast
meeting of the Temple Ner Tamid
Florida American-Israel CC &i^V2'g*5r
club president.
The morning will feature Janet County
Keno. Dade County State Attor-
ney. who will Uls
Sam B. Topf has been elected
i sident of the America-Israel
hamber of Commerce-Florida
cgion, for 1981.
Other elected officers are: Ed
I'ickard. executive vice presi-
dent; Ruth Rosenberg, secretary;
and Zvi Ha Gad, treasurer.
Topf, who served as Chamber
vice president for 1980, is also
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Tech-
nion Society. He serves on the
national board of American
Technion, and is also on the
International board of governors
of the Technion Israel Institute
of Technology.
Pickard has served as member-
ship chairman of the Chamber;
Mrs. Rosenberg has been hos-
pitality and dinner-cance chair-
man; and Zvi Ba-Gad has served
on numerous Chamber com-
mittees.
Installation of officers took
place at the Dec. 9 luncheon
meeting at the Greater Miami
lewish Federation. The ceremony
was conducted by Rabbi Simcha
Freedman, president of the Rab-
binical Association.
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December 12.1980
+Jet*isti fhrHinr
Larger Quarters For Young Israel B'nai Mitzvah
I rmund breaking ceremonies
G^voansion of Young Israel
L^ateSianniwillbeheldon
IndayatHa-m.
Young Israel, in existence over
,l ,2r has been in its present
*^ since 1963. The growth of
Kvniogue under Rabbi Zev
fif-the spiritual leader, has
J^ssitated this expansion.
larger sanctuary,
grooms, offices, and social
2s re included in the project.
Lined by architect Milton
SrJms. In'charge of the ground
inking ceremonies are Herbert
' chairman of the com-
imittee consisting of Herman
Sob Ruddy Weiss. Max
Swno'wit/. M'h'sBunder-Marty
Martin and Morris Galler.
Local leaders Rabbi Mordecai
Shapiro and Rabbi Dov Bidnick
will take part in the ceremonies.
The local post of the Jewish War
Veterans will present colors, and
music will be provided by Jaime
Bronzstein. Refreshments will be
served by Young Israel Sister-
hood.
Irving Seidel is president of the
synagogue and Buddy Weiss,
past president of the synagogue,
is chairman of the building
committee.
Young Israel will present a
Health Seminar Series on
Monday evenings from 8 to 9
p.m.. starting Dec. 15. The series
will cover 15 medical fields.
Hi'lniuii
Nmman
'Spain and Jews' Subject
For Omnibus Series
Prof. Yosef Yerushalmi.
' scholar and historian, will discuss
' Modern Spain and the Jews at
I Temple Heth Sholom's Third
Annual < imnibua Series. Sunday.
Ill 10 '
Current!' first Salo Wittmayer
| Karon Professor of Jewish
History. Cull ire and Society and
lOirector ol the Center for Israel
lind Jewish studies at Columbia
UnjVersit\ ishalmi was
cducai I shiva University.
[be Jewish Theological Seminary
(ll \ and Columbia
I ,m. -;i, n which he holds a
doctorate in Jewish History He
formerly taught at I Ian aid
University, where he was Jacob
V.. Safra Professor of Jewish
History and Sephardic
Civilization.
Coordinatred by Judy
Drucker, director of the Cultural
Arts Program, the Sunday
Omnibus Series is part oi the
Temple Beth Sholom Adult Edu-
cation Program and is madi
possible with the aid ol the B'nai
Brith Lecture Bureau.
t offee and cake will be sen
before tin led.in -
Technion Group To Hear Speaker
\i iami Coral Gables
- Division of
ihi V i echnion Society
ng will be held
19, 10 a.m. at
Tempi a in Coral Gables.
Coffee served and the
pablii ;-
Hm !' i: member of the
Amei i< i n \ > social ion for
Ethiopian Jews, will speak on the
Hi. I ilashas." Pames
served for eight years with the
Israeli army as tank commandei
and was cited for bravery.
Robin Turetsky. a Cantorial
soloist .u Temple Samu-EI with a
degree from Florida International
University, will sing J<
music oi i h>' Renaissance and
modern Ch.i-.idic melodies.
Program chairman is Florence
Baskin and president ol
chaptei i- \ era l-'iedler.
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Saturday morning services at
Temple Beth Sholon on Dec. IS.
The celebrant is a student of
the Confirmation Class ol 5742.
LESLI HELMAN
l.esh Heather, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Owen Freed and Nard
Ilelman will be called to the
Torah as a Mat Mitzvah on
Saturday. Dec. 13 at 11 a.m. at
Temple Judea in Coral Gables.
Following services a lunihenn
will be held at the celebrant s
home in Coco Plum. Prior LO
Friday night Shabbat services
l.e-li'-- grandparents, Mr. and
Mi Victor Reiter, will hosl u
in their home, Sunday
morning a brunch in Lesli s honor
i hosted by Mr, and Mrs
Howard \yares, Dr. and Mrs.
I is(>ph Rudnick and I li
Pi i.i Weissman.
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Mrs Helen Barkin. New
Vork City; Mr. and Mrs I II.
Brand. Mrs. Louis Kus
l sburgh, Pa.: Mr. and Mrs
Harry Rider, Silver Springs.
Md.;' Mr and Mrs \1 forbin,
>burgh: Mis- Susan Ballon.
Lima, Peru; Mrs. William
rsiein, New York City: Mrs
Jean Guj Moggio, Bo
i olombia; and Mr. and Mrs
I- dward \\ eed, Chicago.
Lesli is ;i student in the eighth
.ii Gulliver \ca len ; Hei
i,,. ,i i subject is literatun
ivorite sport is softball. She
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Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Vayigash
VAYIGASH The other brothers were overcome with fear and
sorrow when Joseph insisted that Benjamin remain in Egypt,
for Benjamin was Jacob's youngest son, all that was left him of
a beloved wife. Joseph was moved to pity and he ordered the
court cleared, whereupon he revealed himself to his brothers.
"I am Joseph your brother, whom you sold into Egypt." he
said. "Do not be ashamed, for God sent me before you to pre-
serve life."
Then Joseph invited his brothers to come to live in Egypt
and to bring their father there. When the brothers returned to
Canaan and told Jacob that Joseph was alive and well, and that
he was ruler over Egypt. Jacob wept with joy.
"Let us go. my sons, to the land of Egypt." he cried.
"Joseph my son is yet alive; I will go and see him before 1 die."
Next morning Jacob set out from Beersheba. His sons took
Jacob their father, their wives, and their little ones, in the
wagons which Pharaoh had sent to carry them. And Jacob and
all his fami y came to Egypt and settled there. Pharaoh was
good to the n and the Children of Israel were happy in his land.
(Genesis 44 1847:27)
(The recoi iting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and based
upon "The G aphic History of the Jewish Heritage," edited by P Wollman-
Tsamir, $ts, published by Shengold. The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane, New York, NY 10038. Joseph Schlang is president of the society
distributing the volume.)
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
-antor Ian Alpern
Friday night services 8:15 p m.
Bat Mitzvah ol Alison Gedalowltz
Saturday morning service at 8:30
Bar Mitzvah ot Aaron Fix
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S Miami 667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Stuart G. Weinblatt. Associate Rabbi
Morton Hoftman. Associate Rabbi
Religious Service 8:30 p.m
Rabbi Morton Hoffman will speak
on "Narration of the
Chanukah Festival"
Torah Service Saturday
9:15 and 11:15 a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Haz7an Wm. M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 854-3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. Miami. Fla
Rabbi Max Shapiro 858-6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Mlnyon for Yahrzeiten
Daily 7:45 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.
Saturday service 8:45 a.m.
Late Fri. eve service 8 15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. & 41st St. 538 7231
Dr. Leon Kronish. Rabbi Libera1
Cantor David Conviser
Sabbath service 8:15 p.m.
Or. Leon Kronish will speak on
Jewish Survival"
Saturday service 10:45 a.m.
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
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Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi-
Cantor Zvee Aroni
I Friday eve services at 8 p.m.
CONGREGATION
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8460 SW 154 Circle Court #111
Miami, Fla. 3820898
Modern Orthdox
Rabbi Warren Kasztl
Sabbath services 9 a.m.
Adult Education Wed. 8 p.m.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative
538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler, Cantor
Friday night at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Berger will speak on
"Me, Myself and I"
Saturday morning at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Lehrman will speak on
"The Great Reunion"
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAM
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th Street. Miami, 573 5900
9990 North Kendall Drive. 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor: Jacob G. Bornstein
Administrator: Raymond Chait
Sabbath services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables
Reform
667-5657
Michael B. Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables and the
Southwest area
Sabbath Services Friday B: 15 p.m.
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Habbi Mayer Abramowit.-
Friday Services at 8:15 p m.
Saturday Services at 9 a m
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE" 22 Ave
North Dade's Reform Congre itton
Ralph P. Kingsley. Rabb;
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Adnnnist.ilor
Sabbath Eve Services 7:30 p.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
:n Solomon Schiff
Executive Vice President
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 57&4000
Rabbinical Association Oftice
'TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 1'1-2311
I Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Pabbi
Ben Dickson. Cantor
Guests are Welcome To Attend
Mondays and Thursdays at 7 a.m.
Minyan Teitler Chapel. Fri Dec.
12 at 8:15 p.m. Consecration Sab-
bath Alepn Class. Sat., Dec 13 at
9 a.m. B'nai Mitzvah of Gary and
Lane Koenig, twin sons of
Beatrice Koenig and Harold
Koenig
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
mo NE 163rd St.. N. Miami Reach,
| Fla. 33162 947-6094. Rabbi David B.
Saltzman, executive directm
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 33131
379-4553. Rabbi Lewis L. Bogage,
Director, Union of American
[Hebrew Congregation._______


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TV. stage and screen star Red
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Seating 1.250 in brand-new
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December 12,1980
*JewisttfhrkUnn
Pagel7-B
^Hc Notices
^RicKCU-T COURT
eCOUNTY,FLORIDA
^loBATE DIVISION
F,7e Number "2*
r Division 01
^SHT--OSON
^OTICEOF
l^ In all other
IKHoNS INTERESTED IN
RKr^HKREBY NOTI-
Leithai the administration
I"8?.,tat "of THELMA H.
liDsSS deceased. File
lWMUM(. |.-pen-
8ft. the Circuit Court for
tfiLrUnti Florida. Probate
SSI in <<"*" '" WhJch
frj Vs. Klagler Street
ISJni Florida The Personal
I2enwtive of the estate Is
HUP MEDVTN. whose
lulls- Is ll,:(" dul'ont
IS nan.- and address of the
^s"nal representative s
Ignley are set forth below.
I All persons having claims or
|*maml> SgaUWt the estate are
|*qu,re.l WITHIN THREE
I MONTHS FROM THE DATE
Iff THE FIRST PUBLICA
|\ OK THIS NOTICE, to file
Into the clerk of the above
Itourl a written statement of
liny claim or demand they may
laive Each claim must be In
lulling and must Indicate the
I mm.- 'or the claim, the name
find address of the creditor or
llu agent or attorney, and the
imount claimed If the claim is
Itul >et due. the date when It
lull become due shall be
I If the claim Is con-
|ungent or onliquldated. the
|iulure of the uncertainty shall
It. stated If the claim is
liKured. the security shall be
described The claimant shall
(deliver sufficient copies of the
lcliim to the clerk to enable the
Jtltrk to mail one copy to each
(personal representative.
All persons interested in the
-Blate to whom a copy of this
iNotice of Administration has
|been mailed arc required.
within THREE months
(from THE DATE ok THE
first pi blication ok
Inns NOTICE to rile any ob-
|jr, turns Utey may have that
ltnalleiiges the validity of the
Jdiu'denl t will, the qualifica-
tions ol the personal represen-
Ittiive. or the venue or Juris-
dation of the court.
| all claims. demands.
|and objections not so
Ifilkii hill be forever
PARKED
si publication
Adminis-
t iiii 5, 19*0
Mi Ivin
resentatlve
EMate of
iH.I 'avidson
l lei ased
ITTOKNKY FOR PERSONAL
BKi'KKSEM VTIVE
I'llll.lI'MKl.v IN
I Uuiidlng
I oi Ida 33131
Mephoi | 7618
Dei B, 12, 19X0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[NOTICE IS HEREBY
PIUA thai the undersigned.
leiirinn to engage In business
J"dei the lie tuious name
HTHERN HAT & NOVEL
T> t'11 al 13817 NE aoth PI.,
"P; 1 N Miami Hrh. Ela.
3M Intend) to register said
Jjme with the Clerk of the
| airl ol Made County.
flonda
Linda Edelman
f MOV 28;
_______"ec M2,19,19BQ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK !S HEREBY
pVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
lunder the f.ctitious name THE
IMOON STATION, at 200 S.
(Miami Ave Miami, Kla. 33130.
intends to register said name
|*itli the Clerk of the Circuit
"url of I >ade County. Klorida.
Juvenile Clothiers. Inc.
el Arroyo. President
ItUrtlnE Pons Esq.
IAttome> i ,: Applicant
Nov. 21. 28;
Dec. 5.12.1980
.NOTICEUNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
,.m2T.ICE is HEREBY
,ui--N thai the undersigned,
"tnng io engage in business
!*! Jne fictitious name IM
' 'LA BODY SHOP al 143 NW
;"1"' Rivei Drive, Miami.
128 Intends to
aid name with the
the Circuit Court ol

wily. Klorida.
""i" Irtime, owner
uec 12, 19.26, lwsn,
Jan 2, 1981
NOTICE OF
, PUBLIC SALE
lice Is hereby given
day, December 22,
III sell al publK
I Ighi il blddei
onlj al BARBON
S ICE, INC .1201
,,, Klorida
j :i> No
Pan ni color i 1973
ega- m-"ftd 1V77
MO .144768
i >e i i. lswi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. M 11240
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. tv-!*i40
In re the marriage of
PEARLINE A. CRAWKORD
Petitioner
and
HORACE CRAWKORD
Respondent
NOTICE OK ACTION
TO HORACE CRAWKORD
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOC ARK NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has beer, filed
against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on
BERNARD J LEVY. Attorney
fur Petitioner. 633 N.E 167 St..
N.M.U.. PI. 33162 on or before
January 16. 1981, and file the
original with the clerk of this
court; otherwise a default will
be entered against you
Dated Decs, 1980
RICHARD H BRINKER
Clerk
By Deborah t; Hess
AS I leputv Clerk
09380 Dec 12. 19.26
Jan 2. 19X1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the liditious name
Miami Reach Club, a Motel
Condominium, at 19051 Collins
Ave North Miami Beach,
Fla., intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Cn cuil Court of Dade County,
Klorida
Klorida Conversions, Inc..
a Kla. corp.
3016 N. Ocean Blvd
Port IJiud. Kla 33108
Jonathan I) Beloff, Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
119397 Dec. 12. 19.26. 1980.
Jan. 2. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 80 9592
02
IN RE ESTATE OF
Catherine Truth Williams
i leceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AI.I. PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
tUAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAIDESTATE;
YOI VRE HEREBY NOTI
KIEI' thai the administration
hi thv estate ol Calhei mi Truth
w illiams il, eased
11.uli County, Florida
Numbei MO 9592 Is pending In
the Circuil Court in ui
I lade > ihiiiIs Florida I 'robate
Division, the address ul whli i>
is 3rd Floor Haiii County
Ciiiiiiiiuci.se. :.'. Wesl Fla
Street, Miami. Florida
The personal representatives
hi this estate are Ronald K.
McQlllivraj and William
Mi Uilllvray, whose addre
c o Faunce, :uhki Blscayne
Blvd Room SI I. Miami. FIs
33137, The name andaddressol
(he attorney foi the personal
representative are sel forth
lie low
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS KROM THE DATE
OK THE FIRST PUB
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to tile with the clerk oi the
above court a written state
mem of any claim or demand
they may have Ea< h
must be in writing '""' mu*'
indicate the basis foi tn. -.
the name and address ol the
creditor or his agent or al
torney, and the amount
claimed if the claim is not yet
due, the date when it will
become due shall be stated. Ii
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature ol the
uncertainly shall be stated I
the claim is sec ured, the
security shall he described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies 0) the i laim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy loeach personal
representative
All persons Interested in the
sstate to whom a copy of this
Notice oi Administration has
,.,.,, ,;ul,.,i are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF IHE
FIRST PUBLICATION OJ
Tins NOTICK. to Hie an)
Objections they may have that
challenge the validity Of the
decedents will
qualifications ol the pei
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
i\|. OBJECTIONS NO! SO
FILED VMM. BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED al Miami Florldaon
thisSlhdaj ol Decembei
KonaldK McGI in i ij
As I I lve"
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:'imi Bisi .>> in' Blvd
Miami, >
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
7J west Flagier Street, Miami,
Florida
Probate Division 02
Probate No. so W9l
IN RE ESTATE OK
CHARLES R ZARETSKY
a k a CHARLESR
ZAHRETTE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED THAT THE Administra
lion uf the Estate of CHARLES
R ZARETSKY a k a
CHARLES R ZARRETTE
I,-, eased, late of Dade County.
Florida, has commenced in the
. aptioned proceedings
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND RKUCIRKD to file
an) i laims and demands which
you may have against the
Estate and iii nie any challenge
in the validity oi the Last win
and Testament offered for pro-
o.iie. H any, oranj objection to
the qualifications of the Per-
sonal Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the Court, with
the Court, Dade County Court-
house. Miami. Klorida. 33130
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
KROM THE DATE OK THE
KIRST I'l H1.1CATION OK
THIS NOTICE OR YOL'R
RIGHT TO DO SO WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Kirsi publication of this
Notice on the 12 day of
December, 1980
ARTHI It ADDIS
as Personal Representative
1300NE 191st Street
North Miami Reach, Kla 33179
and
ARTHI III) KRISHMAN
as Personal Representative
io7 Lincoln Road-Suite I2A
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
ATTORNEY KOR PERSONAL
IIEPRESENTATIVE
ARTHI III). KRISHMAN
in: Lincoln Road-Suite 12A
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Pelephone iSOftl 872-6724
W39I Dee 12, 19, 1980
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-16213
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Mailer
\clil|ll|illl ill
\ Muni! by
WALTERO PEN\
Petitioner
TO II! \n RAMON
HERNANDEZ
Reside in Add ress
i nknown
yoi \KE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED thai a Petition lor
Adopuon has been filed agalnsl
you ind are required to
serve a opj "I yOUT written
defenses, II any, to it on AL-
BERTL CARRICARTE, P A
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 3491 NW 7th Street.
Miami, Klorida 33125, and file
in, original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before January m. wi. other-
wise a default will be entered
agalnsl you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall he published
once each week for four con
-eculive week- I" THE JEW-
ISH KLORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal oi said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8 day of
Decembei
rich MIDI' BRINKER
As Clerk Cln nit Court
Dade Count) Florida
H\ Lola H Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(CircuitCourl Si i
, erl i. Carrlcarte, P A
2491 n\\ 7thStreel
Miami Florida 33126
. I. wn
Attorney fOI Petitioner
,,,,.,., Dec. ii!. l". *
jan '.!. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICr IS HEREBY
i;i\ en thai Ihe undersigned,
lesirlng lo engage In business
undei the fli tltlous name
DKI.AU VRE PRESS OFFSET
PRINTING .it 388! Wesl Hi
Vvenue, Baj No 9, Hialcah.
Florida, 33012 Intends lo
laid name with the
c ink hi the Circuit Court of
i i.,,ie County Florida
JohnJ Monies
i(93M9 Dec 12 1!'. 26
I..n 1981
NOTICEUNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS m-.REIA
N thai the undersignea
he i" UtlOUS name
fFeFAIRSal 11028 SW
. i I *J
th Ihe clerk ol
irtol Dad. Co
' B.I.8.IN.
ichU,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 60-17762 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The marriage of
RICARDO HENR1QUEZ
Petitioner-Husband
and
MARIA WHISK M ANT
Respondent-Wife
TO: MARIA WHISEMANT
Residence Address
Unknown
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said
petition on petitioner's attor-
ney. GEORGE T RAMANI.
ESQ. Suite 711. Blscayne
Building, 19 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 29 day of December.
1980 If you fall to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded in said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami, Dade County. Florida,
this 21 day of November. 1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
By N A.Hewett
Deputy Clerk
09348 Nov. 28;
------------------------Dec. 5.12.19. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 18271 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
THEORETHA J.GRAYSON
Petitioner Wife
anil
OI.I.IE RICARDO ORAYSON
Respondent-Husband
io'OI.I.IE RICARDO
GRAYSON
1111 Walnul Avenue
Apt. No 2B
Bremerton, Washington
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolulion of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
mhii u rllteii defenses, if any. lo
il i,n VRTHI K II I.IPSON.
utlurne) lor 1'etilloner, whose
address Is 1519 NW 107 St
Miami, Florida 33169, and file
Hie original with the clerk of
tin- above styled court on or
in iini- January 16, ihm; othei
w I-. .i default will in entered
agalnsl you lor the rejlel
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
se.il ul .-n-iiiI court al Miami
I- ini iii.i mi this i day ol Dec .
RICH U'.lip BRINKER
As Clerk, Cln ml Court
i lade County, Florida
B) Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
I lec 1^. 19. 26. 1980.
Jan 2.1981
119387


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80 18322 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The marriage of
SALVATORE PIPPA
Petitioner-Husband
V s
EVELYN PIPPA
Respondent-Wife
TO EVELYN PIPPA
703 e 187 Street
Bronx, N V 10458
YOI EVELYN pippa are
hereb) notified to file youi
answei to this Petition for Dls
solution hi Marriage with the
Clerk ul the Court and mail a
ropy lo Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL QALLUP, 2358 Sal
/..I" Street, Coral Gables.
Florida, 33134, on or before
lanuar) B 1981, else Petition
m mi in- taken as confessed
This I il.iv.il December. 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuil Court
By c p Copeland
i leputy Clerk
Dec 12. 19,26.
Jan. 2, 1981
INTHECIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 18S90
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re The mai riage Ol
Rl BY l/.OTIERDO
Petitioner,
amlESTEHAN IZQUIBRDO,
i [- mondenl
TO ESTEBAN l/.yt IERDO
Residence l nknown
YOI are HEREBY notified
thai a Petition for Dissolution
ul Marriage has been Died
against you luid you are hereby
11 ijmercl tci serve ,i copy of your
answei or other pleading to the
Petition on the Petitionei -
Attorney, LESTER ROGERS.
whose address Is i4fl4 N.W. 17
Vvenue, Miami. Klorida 33125.
file the original with the
clerk nl the above styled Ooui t
on hi before tins 9lh da) ol
January, 1981. oi a Default will
I.....ntered agalnsl
DATED this day of Dec 10.
1980
RICHARD!' IT.'NKIP
Clerk of thi fcurt
S> ',: Ei
l ii i
Januai t, I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. M-19S34 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1N R E. The marriage of
OLIVINABUGGS
Petitioner
and
HERMANBUGGS
Respondent
TO: HERMAN BUGGS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
l-'IKD that an action for Dis-
solution of Marrlaue has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
BENNETT D K1T.TZ. PA.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
addressis 619 SW R!lh Avenue.
Miami, Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled courl on or before
Jan. 9. I9K1. otherwise a
default will be entered a^amsl
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
Tins notice shall he published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISHKi.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and Ihe
seal of said courl at Miami.
Florida on this 9 day of
December. 1980
RICHARD I*. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Harlnt-tt
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
094(81 Dec 12.19.26.1980.
ii -'. Li":I
4MW
"IN THE CIRCUIT CC
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action No 80 "6es
RE-NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
DiANK McCarthy
Petitioner
James m McCarthy
Respondent
to JAMES m McCarthy
5K42 69 Avenue
llidgewood. New York
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition of
Dissolution oi Marriage has
been iiied and commenced in
this Court and you are required
In.serve a copy ol vciui written
defenses, ii any, i" it on
I i: \NK. STRKLKOV. .v- GAY,
\tiiii nrys foi Petitioner, hose
address Is 602 Capltul Hank
Building, 1666 Kenned) Cause
nas North Hay Village,
Florida 38141, and file the
original with U" Clerk of ihe
.iiinv e st) led < mi.' or before
Ihe 23 day ol Jan lai > I9M .
otherwise a Default will be
entered agalnsl you for the
i iiiei prayed for In the I torn
plain) hi Peiitinn
This Notice shall lie pub
llshed once each week for four
i unset ulive weeks in THE
IEWISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS im hand and the
Seal ul said Court at Miami
Florida, mi this 9 day of
i Li ember, i9ho
RICHARD P HR1NKER
cierk oi the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By LolaH Currier
I leputy Clerk
Frank, StreUtow \- t;ay
Attorneys lor Pel itiiiner
in.'Capital BMk Building
lii*>6 Kennedy Causeway
North Hay Village,
Florida 33141
Telephone No i 8961 k8-471i
D940I Dec il'. i :.'. 1980;
Ian -', 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO. 60 18557
NOTICE OF ACTION
in re the marriage of
rOMASDIAZ
Petitionei Husband
\ s
HAYDKE MARTINI-:/.
P.espi.nUenl Wife
TO HAYDKE MAKTIM'7
\\ U A 10) 19
Ni. 4003
RepartoSta Clara
I '.ilnrm
I .a llahana. ('uha
YOI HAYDEE M m:I INEZ
are hereby notified lo file your
am wer to this Petition for I ils
solution of Marriage with the
Clerk ol the Court and mail a
cop) lo Petitioner's Attorney
I lANIEL QALLI P 238B Sal
sedo Street. Coral Cables,
Florida 33484, on or before
January 9. 1981, else Petition
will betaken as confessed
This9day nl December. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk c 'u cuil Court
By s A Barner
Deput) < 'lerk
99398 I > 12 19 28 1980;
___________________Jan. 2, 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i;i\ en that the ui rt< i signed
desiring te business
undei the ii, came
Shai -. Brothers

I istei
County
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LPublic Notices\
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL'
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY,FLORIDA
Cast No. M-17014
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
By ERNEST A. BURTON
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAVID HOWELL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action (or the adoption of a,
minor has been filed and you'
are to serve a copy of your'
written objection, If any, on
B. J. LEVY, attorney for Pe-
titioner. 33 NE 167 St.. N. MB |
FL. 33162. on or before.
December 22, 1980 and file the
original with the clerk of this,
court; otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
November 13, 1980 .
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
09329 Nov. 21.28;
Dec. 5,12, 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-17182 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
SAMMIE LEE LeCOUNTE
Petitioner
and
GE RTIE LeCOU NTE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GERTIE LeCOUNTE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed and
you are to serve a copy of your ,
written defenses, if any, on i
B. J Levy, Esq., Attorney for I
Petitioner. 633 NE 167 St.. I
N.M.B.. Fl. 33182 on or before
December 26, 1980, and file the .
original with the clerk of this |
court: otherwise a default will .
be entered against you.
Dated: November 12.1980
Richard P. Brlnker. Clerk
by Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
09322 Nov. 21, 28;
Dec. 6,12, 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA '
FAMILY DIVISION ,
Case No. 80-17495
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDING BY
PUBLICATION IN
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
IN RE: The Adoption of
MINORS
Petitioner '
ROBERT PONSETTO "
TO: LAWRENCE ALLEN
WEINBERGER
Residence Unknown
You are hereby notified that
a petition for adoption of your
minor children was filed In the
Circuit Court of the 11th
Judicial Circuit Court. Family
Division, Case No. 80-17488. on
the 18 dav of November, 1980,
by Robert Ponsetto. and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to
It. on the Petitioners attorney,
whose name and address Is:
RICHARD L. LARIN. 17971
Blscayne Boulevard. Suite 119,
North Miami Beach. Florida
33160, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled
court on or before the 19 day of
December, 1980; otherwise a
Judgment may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition. ,
Dated this 18 day of November,
1980.
Richard P Brlnker, Clerk
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
By N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
Richard L. Larin
Attorney for Petitioner
17971 Biscayne Boulevard
Suite 119
North Miami Beach. Florida
931-3366
09333 Nov. 21, 28;
.PtC. 8.12. IMP ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOft
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL!
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-17584
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
ERICA E. WALTERS
Petitioner
and
OCTAVIUS WALTERS
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: OCTAVIUS WALTERS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed and
you are to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. on
B J. LEVY, attorney for Pe-
titioner. 633 NE 167St.. N.M.B.,
Fla. S8162. on or before
December 19, 1980. and file the
original with the dark of this
court; otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
November 19.1990.____
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
ByS. A. Banter
As Deputy Clerk
09338 Nov. 21. 28;
"" "" '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80-1 7374 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
MARIEL GLORIA
SCHWAB.
Petitioner-Wife
vs.
HARRY ANTHONY
SCHWAB.
Responde nt Husband
TO:HARRY ANTHONY
SCHWAB
Residence Unknown
YOU HARRY ANTHONY
SCHWAB are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mall a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
2386 Salzedo Street. Coral
Gables, Florida, 33134, on or
before December 19. 1980, else
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed.
This 19 day of November,
1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By S. A. Barner
Deputy Clerk
09334 Nov. 21, 28;
________________,, Par 8,12 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CaseNo.80-1798FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
HKTTY J. GKAYLESS
Petitioner
and !
CECIL GKAYLESS
KeepoMtent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CECIL GKAYLESS
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN-
VOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage lias been filed
against you and you are
i squired to serve a copy of your .
written defenses. If any. on
B. J Levy. Esq.. Attorney for
Petitioner. 633 NE 167 St..
N MB. Fl. 33162 on or before
January 5. 1980, and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated Nov. 26. 1980.'
Richard P Brlnker, Clerk
by S. A. Barner
As Deputy Clerk
09370 Dec. 5. 12. 19.26. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-17962 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
ALBERTO F GONZALEZ
Petitioner-Husband
vs.
ANA MIREYA RODRIGUEZ
Respondent-Wife
TO:ANA MIREYA
RODRIGUEZ
Callxto Garcia
No. 1224 entre
C. M. Cespedes y
A. Rodriguez
Florida. Camaguey
Cuba
YOU ANA MIREYA RODRI
GUEZ are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
2385 Salzedo Street, Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134, on or
before December 29, 1980, else
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed.
This 26 day of November.
1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By C. P. Cope land
Deputy Clerk
09363 Nov. 28;
______________Df.r. a, 12, ia,iahiyl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 90-16242
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
ZELPH1A WADDELL
Petitioner
and
CLYDE WADDELL
Kespondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CLYDE WADDELL
625 West Avenue
Norwalk. Conn. 33054
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed and
you are to serve a copy of your'
defenses, if any, on B.J. LEVY,
Attorney for Petitioner, 633;
N.E. 167 St., N. Miami Beach.]
Fla. 33162, on or before
January 16, 1981, and file the1
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated: Dec. 3.1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
09381 Dec. 12,19, 261
Jan. 2.19811
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
KJJD COUNTY,FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80-17783 FC
IN RE: The marriage of
YVONNE C. McPHEE
Petitioner-Wife
and
PRESTON McPHEE
Respondent-Husband
TO: PRESTON McPHEE
Sea Horse Village
F2393
Freeport.
Grand Bahamas
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney, GEORGE T. RA-
MANI. ESQ.. Suite 711, Bis-
cayne Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
33130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court
Clerk, on or before 29 day of
December. 1980 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.
this 21 day of November. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By N A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
09351 Nov. 28;
^_______Dec. 5. 12.19,1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-9785 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
TANIA GASCON
Petitioner
and
ROLANDO GASCON
Respondent
TO:ROLANDO GASCON
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to
It on GARY ALAN FRIED
MAN, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2600 Douglas
Road. Suite 1011. Coral Gables,
Florida, 33134, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 2, 1981: otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of
November. 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FRIEDMAN AND
LIPCON, PA.
Gary Alan Friedman
2600 Douglas Road-Suite lull
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
09352 Nov. 28;
Dec. 5.12,19, 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name GER-
SOLWAL at 47 NW 38 Avenue,
Miami. Florida. 33125 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Germalne Acuna
Solange Rajo
09390 Dec. 12.19,26, 1980;'.
Jan. 2, 1981 j
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90-17727 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
LUZAMALIA
CALDERON
PETITIONER-Wlfe
and
JOSE L. CALDERON
Respondent-Husband
TO: JOSE L. CALDERON
Residence: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of'
your written defenses, if any, to'
It on HAROLD CEASE, attor .
ney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2720 W. Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 33135.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court.
on or before Dec. 29. 1980;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the -
relief demanded In the com-'
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published i
once each week for four con- |
secutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 21 day of
November, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J. Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
CEASE A CEASE
2720 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Fl. 33185
Attorney for Petitioner
09349 Nov. 28;
Dec. 6, 12.19.1980
I
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR DADECOUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number so-f57*
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAM KANTER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
SAM KANTER. deceased. File
Number 80-9676. Is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. The personal
representatives of the estate
are Cily National Bank of
Miami and I.J. Kanter whose
address are: 300 71 Street.
Miami Beach. Fla and 940
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
KL. respectively. The name
and address of the personal
representative's attorney are
set fnrth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when it
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be staled. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or Juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration: December 5.
1980.
Cily National Bank
of Miami
By: l.J. Kanter
As Personal Representatives
of the Estate of
SAM KANTER. Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
GEORGE J. TALINOFF, ESQ.
of TALIANOFF A RUBIN
Suite 600-C.
2699 South Hay shore Drive
Miami. Florida33133
Telephone: 13051 858 3320
09376 Dec 5. 12. 1980

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. 60-18001
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
MICHAEL TURr ER
A. K. A DEVONTURNER
Petitioner-Husband
and
JOY PATRICIA TURNER
Respondent-Wife
TO: JOY PATRICIA
TURNER
25 Perry Street
Montego Bay
St. James, Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED lhat an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
David S. Berger, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
999 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach. Fl., and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before
January 9. 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 26 day of
November, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Deborah G. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DavldS. Berger. Esq.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
09372 Dec. 5,13,19,26. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 89-11306
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
ISIDORE COHEN and
HELEN COHEN, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ESTHER FEINSMITH and
SYDNEY W. FEINSMITH.
her husband.
Defendants.
TO: ESTHER FEINSMITH
SYDNEY W FEINSMITH
1175 Miami Gardens
Drive
North Miami Beach.
Florida
and all parties claiming
Interests by, through,
under or against ESTHER
FEINSMITH and SYD-
NEY W. FEINSMITH; and
all unknown parties and all
parties known or unknown
having or claiming to have
any right, title or Interest
In the promissory note
and or the real property
described herein.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to re-establish a lost
promissory note dated August
19, 1974. In the original sum of
$15,000.76, has been filed
against you and you are further
notified that the note is secured
by a mortgage of even date on
the following described real
property:
Condominium Unit No. 2no
of ROYAL BAHAMIAN
EAST, a condominium
according to the Declar-
ation of Condominium
thereof, recorded in O. R.
Book 6249. Page 132. of the
Public Records of Dade
County. Florida, together
with an undivided share In
the common elements ap-
pertaining thereto.
You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any, on MARTIN ROTH,
plaintiffs' attorney, nil Alns-
ley Building. Miami, Florida
33132, on or before December
19. 1980. and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on plain-
tiffs' attorney or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
official seal of this Court on
November 12,1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk of the Court
By L. C. Bedasse
as Deputy Clerk
09326 Nov. 21, 28;
Dec. 5,12. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 60-9483
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
BARBARA YVONNE HANDY
Petitioner Wife
and
MILTON JOHN HANDY
Respondent-Husband
TO: MILTON JOHN HANDY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on MARC HAUSER, ESQ.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1100 Kane Con-
course. Suite 201. Bay Harbor
Islands, Fla. 33164, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
December 19, 1980; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secuUve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 7 day of
November. 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Lola H. Currier
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARC HAUSER, ESQ
1100 Kane Concourse
Suite 201
Bay Harbor Islands.
Fla. 33154
Tel: 864-9934
Attorney for Petitioner
09231 Nov. 21.28;
Dec. 5.12.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
"EL CARMELO COFFEE
SHOP" at number 5610 West
Flagler St.. In the City of
Miami. Florida, Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
20th day of November, 1980.
El Car me lo Restaurant. Inc.
100 percent Sole Owner
JORGE R. ORTA
Attorney for Applicant
2091 Coral Way
Miami. Florida 3S14I
09366 Dec. 5,12,
BpSSSL J
*.lnnK lo"to
under the flcmfou, *
"BL CAKMKLO'" ,Wl'"
5510 West Flagler s,'?1""
o register the said ^'H
Dated at Miami rL,
^;Uyu,NvetbFe?&l
K" "mel< I'.MtauriliT
'N THE CIRCUIT COURi
FLORIDA0" DADEvS|
FHe Number 80 nm
IN RE. ESTATE OF
SIMABRAUN
Deceased
NOTICE or
AI'MINLSTRATIOS
estate ol sima
'" NumbersM
J-sp.'n.hn.Huh.OrcuT
'i Dade Coum,, f0-
Probate Division,, he >*,
s"""' Miami Florin ^
names and address,, m
personal repi-eswuuv, ,
the personal r,pn.wnui|
All interested pern,,,
required to lile ith ihi,.
WITHIN THREE MONTH,.
THE FIRST ITBLICfflJ
OF THIS NOTICE T
claims against the esuii
121 any objection by u
le res led person to homrx
was mailed that challenje
validity ol the win
qualifications ol the pen
representative, venue
jLiiLsdictionofthecourt
ALL CLAIMS AND QB11
TIONS NOT SO FILED
BE FOREVER BARRED
I'Ublll .ilion >>f this NoticU
begun mi I "'umber 5.1MB 1
Personal Representative:!
MarclaWelti
1550 Jeilerson Avenue
Miami Beach, FlondaJJU,
Personal Representative
Saul liraun
Ice Ohm
StockhrMgt '..fss.
Attorney tut Personal
Representative
Jack Ankos Esq
KM Arthui Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Flonda
Telephone 5S2-4TU
u;ar.
Dec 5.1 ill
IN THE CIRCUIT C0UBIJ
THE ELEVENTH JUDICH
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOt
DADE COUNTY, FLORII
FAMILY DIVISION
CaseNo.lHHi?
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
ELBA PEREZ
Petitioner Wile
is
GlTl.LKRMO PEREZ
Respondent-Husband
TO Gl'II.LERMOPERB
Residence Ink nowii
VOL Gl'ILLERMOl
are hereby notified loffcji
answer to this Petition trO.
solution ol Marriage *l
Clerk ol the Court and>sf
copy to Petitioner's At)
DANIEL GALLUP. Ml
zedo Street. Coral Os
Florida. S81M, on or I
January 9. 1981 else
will be taken as confessed
This 1 duv of December!
RICHARD I'.BRISKB |
Clerk Circuit Court
By l^laH.Curner
Deputy CHi*
09373 l>ec 5.12.U.M
IN THE CIRCUITCOUITfl
THE ELEVENTH JUOIC*
CIRCUITINANOFOM
DADE COUNTY, FLOW
FAMILY DIVISIO*
Case NO. SJ1""
IN RE: The marriage c<
AURORA M.CHAVEZ
Petitioner-Wife
ROMUALD0 CHAVEZ
Respondent-Husband
TO ROMIALDOCH*
2024NDCCompou '
Santa Mesa
Manila.
PHILIPPINES
NOTICE OF PI BLian
YOU ARE HEREB1 *
FIED that a Petidos Wl
solution Of Marriage w
filed against you and *
required to serveicop)g
Answer or P,V
petition on P*tlUMr"
liey, GEORGE T-
ESQ.. Suite TU.
Building. 1
Street. Miami. W
and file the Original
Pleading In the
Circuit Court i
before 29 day of.
1980. If you 8U lo**j
ment by delauIt *I
against you '!
Miami. Dade County
Byn-J'l5r
Decs,*1


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members of Cedars of
on Health Care Center
y board have been
to the board of
(tors of the Association of
la Hospital Auxiliaries.
j Fox has been elected to
j as second vice president
Sirs. Leonard Brodsky
been appointed as gift
^chairman.
Jadassah Dinner
Fetes Founders
Smoller and Natalie
m are cochairladies of the
ii Region of Hadassah
.ders dinner on Monday, at
["Marriott Hotel. Rose Matz-
I of national Hadassah will be
(honored guest.
Hadassah Founders are
ers who support the
ding and development of
jel through healing, teaching
(research department" of the
[lassah Medical Organization.
WHO CARES
ABOUT
COUNTY?
(YOUDOITHMK.
_ Because you cared.
w United Way contribution is
irfl at work meeting the needs
lour friends and neighbors
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blic Noti
ces
|NOTICE OF ACTION
NSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
|THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY
|lil Action No 80 18536 FC
1I0N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
M.irnageof:
JOKOimUiUEZ
RODRIGUEZ
|M('KIK()I)H1GUEZ
I 07Liberty Ave.
IKichmoiKl Hill.
He* York 11419
K AUK IIKHKBY NOTI
thtl an action tor Dls-
pn of Marriage has been
[against yu and yOU are
"d lo serve a copy of your
*n defenses, if any. to It on
PAN I' rjALBUT, attorney
*UUonei, whose address Is
aslnngton Ave., Miami
> Fla, and file the
with the clerk of the
' styled court on or before
ry 12, 1981; otherwise a
'H will be entered against
or the relief demanded In
Pmplaint or petition.
t* notice shall be published
I each week for four con-
Mve weeks In THE JEW-
EtORIDIAN.
TNESS my hand and the
l?l said court at Miami,
f>a on this 5 day of Decem
B980
iK-'HAKlil". BR1NKER
i*?cie"-k. Circuit Court
l"ade County, Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
fun Court Seal)
*TP Galbut, Esq.
rashinRtonAve.
"'Beach. Florida. 33139
fwy lor Peuuoner
Dec. 12, 19, 26,1980;
Jan. 2,198]
Big Band Era Recreated
By Judea Talent
Obituaries
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
present "Remember Radio" at a
talent show and pot luck dinner
Tuesday, 6 p.m. at the temple.
Featured performers will be
Steve Feuer, Charles Frishman,
Steve Berenfeld, Grant Zalchick,
Mike Dandes, Todd Palgon, Rich
Boots, Eileen Rosenblatt, Jeff
Schwartz, Barbara and Jerry
Zalchick, Lorraine Feuer.
Morry Alter, wife Barbara and
sons Joe and David will present a
sketch, and Sisterhood president
Laurel Shapiro and husband Lee,
will do a scene from "Wendy
Warren."
Musical numbers will feature
Nicole Hale, Keren Ranter,
Michelle Frishman, Randi
Bloom, Gabriella Pickard, Linda
Chekanow, Debbie Cohn, Jodi
and Amy Smyler, Dome Bea
Eisenstat, Hilary Meyers, Debbie
Linick, Karen Estelle Wasser-
man, Harvey Kaufman, Amy
Langer, Jennifer Teitelbaum,
Laurel Swerdin, Heidi Kanter
and Lisa Shapiro.
Instrumentalists include Joel
Hollander and Steve Miller,
Annie Pickard, Marc Teitelbaum,
and Sam Feuer, comedy by
Charles Frishman and Steve
Berenfeld, Jeff and Teddy
Schwartz, and Paul Frishman.
In charge of the evening are co-
chairmen Barbara Bulbin and
Irene Hollander, food chairman
Darla Schwartz, with Eileen
Rosenblatt, Lorraine Feuer,
Laurel Shapiro, Barbara
Zaichick, Ernie Richman and
Barbara Goodman on the
committee.
New Officers For MB Bar Assn.
Dade County Court Judge
Joseph P. Farina will be in-
stalling officer at the annual
installation and awards luncheon
of the Miami Beach Bar
Association Friday, 12:30 p.m. A
cocktail party will precede the
luncheon.
New officers for the coming
year are E. Richard Alhadeff,
Jan. 11 Luncheon
Biscayne Democratic Club is
planning a luncheon for Sunday,
Jan. 11, to honor Ida Roth,
financial secretary, and treasurer.
The affair is slated to be held at
the Seville Hotel starting at
12:30 p.m. and reservations are
suggested.
president; Donald M. Klein,
president-elect; Leon Firtel, first
vice president; Michael Schiffrin,
second vice president; Harvey
Friedman, treasurer; Jonathan
D. Beloff, secretary and Harvey
Ziegler, historian.
Leonard Gilbert, president of
the Florida Bar, will be guest
speaker.
'Spirit of Life'
The Phyllis-Dropkin Chapter
of City of Hope is holding its I
"Spirit of Life" luncheon and I
fashion show in the Diplomat,
Hotel on Wednesday. In charge
of reservations are Joanne Engel,
Elaine Helman and Bunny
Sampson.
NCJW Features Phyllis Newman
Phyllis Newman, Tony award
winning actress, will be featured
speaker at the Greater Miami
Drexlers Honored
Bar-Ilan University will honor
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Drexler
at a dinner celebrating the 25th
anniversary of the University on
Sunday evening, at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Holiday Observed
Sisterhood of Beth Raphael
was to meet on Thursday at 1
p.m. in the temple. Mrs. Gins-
berg, president, was to conduct |
the meeting to be followed by a i
Chanukah celebration, refresh-,
ments and entertainment.
Public Notices
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7? 7606
Division 1
IN HE ESTATE OF
PAULINE FELDMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of thi
estate of PAULINE FEI.D
MAN. deceased. File Numbei
79-7606, is pending in the Clr
OUlt Court for Dade County
Florida. I'robate Division, the
address of which is 73 W.
Flakier Street. Miami. Florida
381S0. The names and ail
dresses of the personal
representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OH
THE FIRST I'UHI.ICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 11 > a''
* claims against the estate and
t2)any objection by an in
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative. venue. or
Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on December 12. 1K80
Personal Representative:
Sidney Skavronek
25 Paerdeget 4th Street
ogkgyn. New York
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
James J. Khani
Cohen and Khani
444 Madison Avenue
Ne-v York. N.Y. 10022
Telephone: (212)371-0330
UH3B5 .Dec. 12. 19.180,
Secion, National Council of
Jewish Women Child Care lun-
cheon Monday, 11:30 a.m., at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Also on the program will be a
presentation of the Hannah G.
Solomon Award to Sen. Jack
Gordon.
Ms. Newman, singer-
comedienne, will be opening soon
on Broadway in "The Mad-
woman of Central Park West,"
her one-woman musical show.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Optn tieiy Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888 -

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WOLMAN
Zysla. 80. North Miami Beach, died Dec.
3. A resident for 23 years, she is sur-
vived by son, Israel tRoslyn I Wolman of
North Miami Beach and 2 grand-
children She was a member of Temple
Beth Torah Congregation. Services
were held Dec. 5 at Riverside.
KANTER
Herbert Jerome, 66. North Miami, died
Dec. 4. A resident for 31 years, formerly
of Atlanta. Ga member of Temple Beth
Moshe, surviving are wife, Anita: son.
Dr. Ronald of Gainesville. Fla.; mother,
Dorothy Kanter of Miami Beach: and
sister, Helen Roshklnd of New York
City. Services were held Dec. 5 at
Riverside.
HABLOW
Ruth Kalz, 82. Miami, died Dec. 4. A
resident for 35 years, formerly of Balti-
more. She was a member of Beth
Kodesh Sisterhood. Surviving are
daughters, Joanne Eaton of Bozeman.
Mont: Kathryn Dunn of Miami:
brothers, Samuel Katz and Elmer Katz
of Baltimore, Mil. and 5 grandchildren.
Services were held Dec. 7 at Gordon
with interment In Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
BOYARSKY. Helen Kagel, 84. Miami
Batch, Dec. 2.
BRAVSTEIN, Pola. Miami Beach, Dec.
2. Riverside.
BURTON. Max C. 89, Hollywood, Dec.
3. Levitt Weinsteln.
ROSENTHAL, Aaron. Riverside. Star
of David.
SAl'IRO, Harold.
SCHWARTZ, Fannie.
ALLAN, Jay. 73. Miami Beach, Dec. 3.
Riverside.
Al'KEL, Dr. William, 78, Boca Raton,
Dec. 3. Riverside.
COLBY, Fay. Dec. 4. Riverside.
FREIBERG, Samuel, Coral Springs.
MARCUS. Max, 78. Miami Beach. Dec.
3. Riverside.
PHILLIPS. Lillian. Miami Beach
SADOWSKY, Mrs. Helen. Miami
Beach, Dec. 4. Rubin.
GOLDSTEIN, Jonathan, Miami Beach.
SUDAKOW
Ethel. 72. Miami, died Dec 9. A resident
of Florida for 30 years, formerly of New
York. Surviving are husband. Murray
A daughter. Cynthia Lewis of Miami;
mother. Tlllie Morllng of Miami and 3
grandchildren Services were held Dec.
11 at Riverside with Interment at Ml.
Nebo.
GREENWALD, Henry H.. 72. Miami
Shores. Dec. 5.
HERSKOWITZ. Francis, Delray
RICH. Sara. 78. Miami. Dec 5 Levltt-
Weinsteln.
ADLER. Mary. 84, Miami Beach.
Rubin.
EDELMAN. Alfred W.. 62. Mlramar.
Dec. 5. Levitt-Weinsteln.
E1SENSTEIN, Leon. 86. Miami Beach.
Rubin. Star of David
KLEINBERG. Stephen.
WALSHON. Minnie. Miami. Rubin.
BLUESTEIN. Max, 82. North Miami
Beach. Dec. 6. Levltt-Welnsteln.
BREMER. Dora. Miami Beach.
COHEN. Minnie.
HABER. Freida, 69. Miami, Dec. 5.
Riverside. Mt Nebo.
HACKMYER. Benjamin, 82, North
Miami Beach, Dec 7. Riverside. Mt.
Nebo.
KOLMAN. Mrs Annie Rubin
KULICK, Edward. Hollywood, Dec. 6.
Riverside.
MICHAELS, Matilda, Miami Beach.
Rubin.
I MILliER. Barry. 46. Dec. 4. Riverside
PEKAKSKY, lnda. 72. North Miami
Beach. Dec. 7. Riverside.
SHAPIRO. Hyman.
W1SCH. Louis Jerome, M.D., 85, Pom-
pano Beach. Riverside. Mt. Nebo.
WITT. Roslyn T., Miami Beach. Dec. 6.
Riverside.
HORN, Henry. Miami Beach. Dec. 8.
STEINLAUF, Minnie. 82, North Miami
Beach. Dec. 8. Levltt-Welnsteln.
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Here and in New York,
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Fr'day. December
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12.
Professor Jacquin Bierman, this year's
chairman of the arrangement committee for
the sixth annual anniversary dinner of the
Talmudic University of Florida, proudly
announces that the honorable Walter Eytan
will be this year's guest speaker at the
dinner. The topic will be the Reagan
Administration's Impact on the Israeli-
Egyptian Peace Treaty.
Mr. Eytan has a long history of service
and experience in the diplomatic political
front which certainly qualifies him to speak
competently on the subject. Shorty after
serving in a top secret intelligence unit for
the British during World War II. Mr.
Eytan settled in Israel (then Palestine) in
1946. Serving as Head of the Public Service
College for the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem
from 1946-48, he concurrently acted as a
spokesman and member of the Jewish
Vganry'a Political Department. In 1948.
\lr. Eytan was appointed Director-General
ol Israel's Foreign Ministry. This position
he held with distinction until 1959. His
activities at that time included being head
ol the Israel Delegation to the Armistice
Negotiations with Egypt in 1949; Armistice
Negotiations with King Abdullah of
Transjordan in 1949; and Chairman of the
Israel Delegation to the first "Atoms for
Peace'- conference in Geneva, 1955.
BECOMING Israeli Ambassador to
France in 1960, Mr. Eytan continued in that
position until 1970, serving as the Political
Advisor to the Foreign Minister from 1970-
72. From 1972-78 he was the chairman of
the Israel Broadcasting Authority.
Currently he is serving in the capacity of
trustee and Board of Governors in a number
of cultural and educational institutions.
Among them are Haifa University, Israel-
France Association, Bezalel School of Arts
and the Museum of Islamic Arts-Jerusalem.
In 1977 he was invested as Commandeur de
la Legion d'Honneur.
Mr. Eytan is the author of a book, "The
First Ten Years: A Diplomatic History of
Israel," which has been published in five
languages since 1958. In addition he has
written in the past 30 years hundreds of
published articles appearing all over the
world on Israel and the Middle East.
Mr. Eytan's lecture certainly should
highlight the Talmudic University's
Anniversary Dinner which this year is
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swire. The
Swires are the primary sponsors of the
building renovations taking place on 1910
Alton, the Yeshiva's main learning center.
Following the Talmudic teaching regarding
"tzedakah," both Alfred and Sadye Swire
have contributed the major support
necessary for the completion of the task at
hand, but they also left some room for and
encouraged the participation of others in
this holy endeavor. Mr. Swire, who has been
engaged in real estate all his life, feels that
investments in our Jewish educational
institutions are the key to providing our
people with a viable future.
RABBI J. BURSTYN, Executive
Director of Talmudic University, com-
mented recently, "The Swire's foresight in
supporting such an endeavor is truly
commendable. With their help and the
efforts of all of our friends, we can build the
physical foundation for a major spiritual
center right here in Miami Beach. If others
will emulate the example set by Mr. and
Mrs. Swirz, each according to his ability,
then surely we will be able to put Miami
Beach on the Torah map."
The guiding spiritual catalyst behind
Talmudic University since its inception has
been the Dean, Harav Yochanan Zweig. The
Rosh HaYeshiva came to Miami Beach
from Israel six years ago to lead and help
build a major advanced Torah center in
Miami Beach. Rabbi Zweig is a native born
American and received his advanced
Rabbinic degree at the Ner Israel Rabbinic
College in Baltimore. He has stated in the
past that he is dedicated to the conviction
that in order for our survival, every Jewish
community needs a nucleus of Torah
scholars dedicated to disseminating Torah
values and goals to every member of the
community. Based on such a philosophy,
Harav Zweig has expanded the Talmudic
University to include such divisions as the
Kollel for advanced rabbinic research, Ohr
Chadish institute for beginning students
and late starters, and Horeb College for
women and the adult community at large,
as well as the traditional yeshiva program.
In addition, a strong bond has been formed
on the high school level with the Louis
Merwitzer Mesivta High School.
Among the many activities that will take
place this year, will be the presentation by
the famous Israeli painter, Raphaeli, of an
original work to the Swires. This year's
dinner committee chairman, Mr. Seymour
Friend, specially commissioned Rabbi Sevy
(Raphaeli) for this.
Rabbi J. Burstyn
Executive Director
The
Officers
Directors
and
Trustees
of
Talmudic
University of Florida
request the honor of
your presence at its
Sixth Annual
Anniversary Banquet
honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swire
Harav Yochanan Zweig
Dean Rosh Ha-Yeshiva
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Alfred and Sadye Swire

Remodeled Yeshiva Building
Sunday evening, December 14th, 6:30 in the evening
at the SAXONY HOTEL 3201 Collins Avenue. Cocktails at 5:30
The Honrable Walter Eytan, former Israeli ambassador to France,
will address the participants concerning the Reagan Administration's
Impact on the Israeli-Egyptian Peace Treaty
Dress: Informal
Couvert: $54 per couple
For Reservations Phone
534-7050
534-8444
Walter Eytan, statesman, diplomat, journalist and
expert on foreign affairs, was born in Germany and
educated in England, where he taught at Oxford for
12 years. He settled in Palestine in 1946 and quickly
went on to serve as Israel's first
Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In 1949 he headed Israel's negotiating teams in Rhodes and
Lausamne; and in 1955 he headed the delegation to
the Atomic Energy Conference in Geneva.
In 1959 he was appointed Israel ambassador to France
where he served until 1970.
Mr. Seymour Friend
Dinner Committee Chairman
Mr. Paul Kasden
Dinner Vice-Chairman
Mr. William G. Mechanic
Dinner Co-Chairman
Mr. Seymour Rubin
Dinner Co-Chairman
Prof. Jacquin Bierman
Chairman Arrangement Committee
PLEASE NOTE: The banquet location
has been changed to the Saxony Hotel. 3201
Collins Ave., 3 blocks south of the Crown.
Reservations and information may still be
obtained by calling the Talmudic
University of Florida at 634-7050 or 534-
8444.


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