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

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Greater Miami Jewish Federation Supplement... Special Insert
T sJTewislfo FloridliamL
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 54 Number 2 THREE SKCTIONS
Miami, Florida Friday. January 9. 1981
frtashochti By Mail M) Cents Price 35 Cents
What's Happened to the UN?
Once a Peace Organization, the Giant is a Prisoner of Extremism
By VICTOR BIENSTOCK
While Libyan tanks and planes
[routed the ill-armed C'hadian
jarmv and seized control of the
capital of the Kcjuatorial African
[nation of Chad, the United
jv 11 inns General Assembly was
Itlt-fj in deliberation not. Bfl you
jinighl suppose, on measures to
i.ilt the strife in Africa, hut on
the adoption of a resolution
calling on the Security Council to
impose sanctions against the
Slate of Israel
This was but one of several
sessions the Assembly devoted to
the Israel and Palestine A rah
issue to the exclusion of all other,
more pressing business.
NOR DID the Security Coun-
cil, whose function it is to protect
the peace and the integrity of
member nations, do anything
that day or later about the brazen
Libyan campaign of conquest in
Chad. As Col. Muummur tjadaffi
sent in more Soviet T-5-4 tanks
and Tupelov bomben to crush
remaining pockets of resistance,
(he Security Council spent the
day discussing and sympathizing
with the two West Bank Arab
mayors expelled by Israel for en-
couraging anti-Israeli terrorism.
The Council's profound deli-
berations were crowned by
adoption <>l a resolution on which
U.S. Ambassador Donald F.
Mcllcnrv. no longer restrained
b) the Carter administration's
anxiety not to alienate Jewish
voters before the election, en-
thusiastically voted for censure
ot Israel.
Unremarked was the irony in
the vote for the resolution by the
British representative on the
Council an irony that lay in the
tact that he- was censuring Israel
lor acting in accordance with
regulations promulgated by the
Continued on Page l-l-A
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Lit- LHlman with a child in Jerusalem s Hadassah Hospital |
Says Liv Ullman
'We Will Remember'
By MOSHE BEN-YOSEF
"We will remember,'* she wrote in the visitors'
book at Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Heroes' and
Martyrs' Memorial in Jerusalem. The name Liv
Ullman, the Norwegian film actress who recalled at
Yad Vashem that her grandfather fought in the anti-
Nazi underground and died in Dachau.
A strong supporter of Israel, she says that
anything that endangers Israel endangers the
future of the Jewish people." She has just completed
a moving tour of Israel, "in the footsteps of
Henrietta Szold," on the 120th anniversary of
Hadassah's founder.
Pain Relief
iVcu Machine
Stimulates Muscle
III. WIV An advanced
'.mscutaneous electrical nerve
ptmiulation (TENS) unit which
[ombines muscle rehabilitation
P<>r the first time with pain relief
Baa been developed here by an
prat li kibbutz industry.
1 he new nerve stimulator, the
"*'" "t a pocket calculator, has
Ken ,1 a eloped by Agar Elec-
pomcs Ltd. of Kibbutz Ginosar
Pgether with the Hadassah
Hospital. Jerusalem, after five
years of research and application
in Israel and abroad.
The medical electronics
system, called Neurogar IV.
provides the electrical stimulus
which among other impulses is
said to prevent pain signals from
various parts of the body from
reaching the brain while at the
Continued on Page 15-A
Peres Will Launch
Miami's CJA Drive
Shimon Peres, leader of
Israel's Labor Party and
possible successor to
Menachem Begin as Prime
Minister of Israel, will be
keynote speaker at the
campaign kickoff dinner of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1981 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund on
Thursday, Jan. 15, at the
Fontainebleau-Hilton Ho-
tel. Miami Beach.
Peres, appointed director
general of the Ministry of De-
fense in 1953 after serving as
head of the Israel Naval Service
since that country's birth in 1948.
and considered the architect of
Israel-France relations in the
1950s, was responsible for the
acquisition of French arms and
weapons used in the 1956 Sinai
War and 1967 Six-Day War.
ELECTED TO the Knesset in
1959 from the Mapai Party. Peres
served the next six years as
Deputy Defense Minister, where
he initiated the establishment of
two nuclear research facilities in
Israel.
In 1969, he joined the late
Golds Meir's government as
Minister of Economic Develop-
ment in the Administered Areas,
and served from 1970 to 1974 as
Minister of Transport and Com-
munications. In June. 1974. he
was appointed Minister of De-
tense, a post he held until 1977.
Peres, one of Israel's most dis-
tinguished and articulate states-
men, has been a moving force for
more than 30 years in Israel's
struggle for survival.
The Jan. 15 gala, with an
expected 1.500 guests, is seeking
to involve the broadest spectrum
possible of the Greater Miami
Jewish community, according to
Philip P. Warren, dinner
chairman.
"THE CAMPAIGN opening
dinner is an ideal opportunity for
the dynamic leadership of this
community to stand up in a show
Shimon Peres
of unity to give us a head start in
meeting our critical unmet needs
among the elderly and youth of
(Ireater Miami as well as hun-
dreds of thousands underprivi-
leged members of Israeli
society.'' he said.
Warren added that 1981 "is a
critical year in the history of the
(ireater Miami Jewish com-
munity which is faced with ever
rising costs for basic human
services at home, and strongly
entrenched triple digit inflation
in Israel."
He added. "The accomplish-
ments of this campaign will stand
as a testimony that in 1981. the
Jews of this community stood
united and prepared to take their
share of the responsibility for the
safety and security of Jews
throughout the world."
Super Sunday Set
Super Sunday, sponsored nationally by the United
Jewish Appeal, will be marked by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation on Sunday, Jan. 18, with a
phalanx of some 1.500 volunteers manning
telephones at the Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel in a
telethon designed to afford thousands of Miamians
the opportunity to join together in an outpouring of
moral and material support for their fellow Jews at
home, in Israel and around the world. [See story,
Federation Supplement. Page 1. ]
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U.S. Jacob K. Javits of New York displays the Distinguished Sen ice Award presented to
him at Yeshiva University's recent 56th annual Chanukah Dijiner at the Waldorf Astoria in
New York. Left to right are dinner chairman, Ludwig Jesselson, treasurer of the Board of
Trustees and Century Campaign chairman; Herbert Tenzer, who presented the award, chair-
man of the board; Sen. Javits; and Dr. Norman Lamm, president of Yeshiia University,
now in its 95th year.
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Education Unit Names New Chairman
Abe Kaplan, a Birmingham. Ala., real estate
executive, ha- been fleeted chairman of the B'nai
B'rith International Ad till Jewish Kducation
Commission by Jack J. Spitzer, B'nai B nth
president
The commission oversees the formulation and
development of a variety of educational and
religious activities and programs designed to
strengthen the Judaic background -of B'nai
IVrith's half a million members in A2 countries
around the world.
Kaplan, a member of B'nai B'rith since 1942,
has been a leader in the organization and other
Jewish communal causes for many years, be- :
ginning in 19<>2 when he was elected president of
his lodge.
A radical new approach to medical diagnosis
developed at the Technion- Israel Institute of
Technology will become available to clinicians
si "Hi The technology enables safer, less ex- j
pensive performance of a wide variety of clinical
diagnostic tests, including pregnancy tests,
thyroid examinations in cases of growth or func-
tional problems, urine analysis, dosage analysis
lor heart pal ictus where exact dosage can be a
natter ni life or death; and cases of chemical or
drug poisoning.
The new system consists of sophisticated new
tubes and operating equipment in which
danger from radioactive radiation is practically
iminated. The research was carried out in the
( hemistn Department by Prof. Michael Cals and
.. doctoral Btudent. Moshe Shimoni.
I hi new sj stem is based on immunoassay lech-
It ad ioimmunoassay is a diagnostic
method using specific antibodies and radioisotope
lelled intigena
The American Jewish Committee has urged its
' .ipter and units in 87 major cities in the United
- in initiate community action now that
mid help prevent future group conflict, in-
cluding racial violence.
N 'ing that planning for the defusion of inter-
group tension is preferable to dealing with riots.
Committee suggested that its local leaders
work in close consultat ion with municipal officials
I with local representatives of the U.S. Justice
irtment Community Relations Service in
>.thing preventive action.
Specifically, the Committee suggested that its
local leaders take steps including stress on the
need for police courtesy in daily contacts with all
< ih/ens so as to avoid police "incidents"; estab-
lish communication with racial and ethnic com-
munity and neighborhood leaders: establishing
communication with the media to assure sensitive
.xt::.: :*;
.,.
The 1980 list also includes the limed Nations.
"because the sounds emanating from its General
Assembly are clear evidence that there is. indeed
life after death:"
The November elections were cited "because in
a world in which so many nations are ruled by
assassins, themselves the successors "I BSSasins,
or by winners ol single-name balloting, the
American elections are an exquisite example ol
the tedium and the excitement, the hype and the
authenticity, the small despairs and the big hopes
of democracy
The Rue Copernic bombing was included
because thi explosion was heard around the
world, its reverberations serving as ,i reminder
that anti-Semitism remains .. violent scourging.
clear and present danger.
i
-----,
Helen Su/man. M.P., has been tendered a lun-
cheon in her honor by the Executive Board ol tin
New York Board of Rabbis Mrs Suzman, who
lor many years was the only voice heard in tin
raised against the
ni racial apartheid.
South African Parliament
government's official policy
was leted by the Board "tor the years ol leader
ship -he has provided to the cause ot human
rights in the Republic o! South \trica
Rabbi Judatl Washer. NYBR president, wel-
comed Mrs Su/man and presented her with an
lnscriln-d volume ot the Holy Scriptures Rabbi
Israel Mow show it/., NYBR past president, intro-
duced Mrs Su/man.
Israel must double its gross national product s,,
I that its economic strength may match its military
I might, the chairman of the Knesset Security
| Committee, Moshe .Wens, told the Conference ot
| Presidents of Major American Jewish
|; Organizations.
In a briefing to the Conference following a two
| week visit to the United States, during which he
I met with Congressional leaders of both parties as
I well as with members of the Reagan transition
I team. Arens said it was "essential for Israel to
I take advantage of its strong economic potential. "
"We have the talent to double our GNP from
$3,500 per person to 88.000 per person." Arens
said. "But to achieve this goal, which would
enable us to be as strong economically as we are
militarily, we need greater economic assistance
from the United States, more support from
American Jews and stepped up investment of
American companies in Israeli industry."
n a ion of a local "early warning system" for
analysis and response to tension situations.
The November elections and the Rue Copernic
synagogue bombing are among this year's Anti-
Defamation I.ealgue of B'nai B'rith "Top Ten"
selections of "significant events that impacted on j
human rights."
B'nai B'rith Women has called for stringent
overage that does not "fan the flames"; and the new national gun control measures to control the
rising crime rate in our country and the use of
weapons by dangerous individuals.
The renewed plea from the Jewish women's
service organization, with over 120.000 members
throughout the U.S. and Canada, came in the
wake of the fatal shootings of noted Washington
physician and author Dr. Michael Halberstam
and rock musician John Lennon.
^riday. January 9, igj,
Families expect more
from
Riverside.
More service.
Riverside now has seven chapels to serve the
Jewish communities of Dade. Broward and Palm Beach
counties. But. more convenience is only one of the reasons
why since 1935. Riverside has been the standard by ..
people compare funeral service.
At Riverside, families are served by the a-gest
i staff cf any funeral director in Florida. The,
people with a genuine understanding of families' needs,
regardless of financial circumstances.
At Rivcside. families find total dedication
to Jewish tradition. And economical help in arranging
service between Florida and New York or anywhere else
in the world.
Families expect more from Riverside.
We're trying to live up to that trust.
Four locations serving Dade County:
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One of Two Jewish Senators
N.H. Swears in Warren Rudman
Bj JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Warren Rudman une ol two
Jewish Republican Senators
elected in November, is sworn
in .1- New I lampshin 's junior
S Senator afti r Sen. .lohn
Durkin, a Democral resigned .>
week before the m w I on|
convened Tuesday
Rudman's early induction into
the Senate will probably put him
0 in 12 places higher <>n the
Senate seniority list. He defeated
Durkin with 52 percent of the
vote in November.
I'hi 50-year-old Rudman was
born in New Hampshin and lived
in Si shua most "t Ins life From
orne) tii ei
d! \. I lampshire
WHILE SERVING in that
capacity Rudman brought about
(in state's tirsi consumer pro-
tection act, one "I the nation's
earliest
Rudman refused campaign
contributions from out-of-state
political action committees to
Btress his commitment to give
New Hampsh i tn we
can i'^ii our ow n, ace irdin
the Repul
Nal ional Co mm ittei
publication.
a !. wish S< :
,i was \i
Specter ol Pennsylvania
are tour incumbent J<
Sen itoi i, one Republican and
three Democrats Specter is the
first Jewish Senator to be elected
from Pennsylvania.
Begin Cabinet Wiggles Out
Of New Test of Strength
JERUSALEM The controversial demand by Israel's
teachers for increases in wages of up to 60 percent nearly
toppled the slender ruling majority and government of
Prime Minister Menachem Begin on Sunday.
Israel's 60,000 teachers
promptly called for protest >%>%&$ZSZ
meetings at the same time
that Finance Minister Yigal
Hurvitz demanded that the
teachers stick to his new
austerity budget, and that
otherwise he would quit.
Zevulun Hammer. Minister ol
Education, promptly declared
that if the teachers' demands
were not met. he would quit. too.
The new pay plan would increase
the salary of teachers with a
college degree and nine years of
teaching experience from $480 to
$(i:t() a month. The current na-
tional average isW30.
THE LATEST DKMANDS
came on tin- hoela of a panel that
sutdted teachers demands, after a
major strike lasting 52 days iw<.
vaan ago should the teachers
decide to Strike again, they may
well -uccc.'d in toppling the
Begin coalition. ,
Pacing the 11 ur\ it/Hammer
double barn .led threat. the
Cabinet Sund aid neither yes
nor no m th< her-- demands
Instead, it set .. i a committee to
stud) the pa\ Bttruggle. The
decision to sidestep the issue
gives Prime Mil ister Begin only
a temporary respite.
Not onh, is his coalil ion threat-
ened by the teachers' demand to
U' excluded from the austeritj
budget, but there is strong
tens' rallying Sunday to yet
another issue the cause of
Interior Minister Yosef Burg.
BURG IS being charged with
having put a damper on the
investigation into his firing last
week of Police Chief Herzl Shafir
after Burg accused Shafir of
turning Israel into "a police
stale," whose crime-fighting
methods are considered exces-
sively stringent by some critics.
The Cabinet has unanimously
endorsed the Shafir firing, but
Yossi Sand, an Opposition Mem-
ber of Parliament, has declared
thai Burg ordered Shafir to wait
until after the general elections
scheduled for next November
before pressing tor his investiga-
tion into still other alleged ir
rc^iinnties in Burg's ministry
involving <*>i>u Haizeira, who is
imiler suspicion that h* has chan-
neled public funds for religious
institutions,
Hurvitz has threatened to quit
the Begin coalition if the Cabinet
accedes to the teachers' demands.
He ha- declared that the line
must beheld against the 131 per
cent inflation rate that scored a
record high in 1980 and that
1, achers are no exception to his
anti-inflation rule.
\ND HAMMER has
threatened t<> quit it the teachers
an not satisfied.

Proudlv Presents the Miami ix-but
Of young virtuosos Mark & Alexander PeskancA
Saturday January 17th, h.oo pm
Duo-Recital at Beth David Congregation
2d2S SW Third Avenue, Miami
Information & Reservations 854-3911
The Brothers
PESKANOV
Mjrk Violinist. 1st PrtseAycn
Musk kc-.iiv.iI Concerto Competition
Menndei Man*, la Prtaettung Artists Comped**
,,i the Pianofcsehersol NewTfoni
two superbly gifted young men" Isaac Stern
,10 General Admission / H Students & Scnio. ( Inzer*
Benefactors (ffO) and Patrons ($25) are invited
loaGala Reception following the concert
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Message from Mr. Peres
There is little need to focus on the importance of
Shimon Peres, leader of Israel's Labor Party, who is
almost certain to bear his party's banner in Israel's
general elections this year and, in the opinion of
some, who is almost just as certain to win.
Peres will be here next Thursday. Jan. 15. to
help the Greater Miami Jewish Federation kickoff its
annual campaign with a dinner at the Fontainebleau-
Hilton Hotel.
We can hardly conceive of a single Miamian with
a genuine interest in Jewish affairs who will not make
every effort to attend this important event.
The 1981 CJA-IEF campaign is of central
importance on its own terms to the very survival of a
viable Jewish community in South Florida, to the
American Jewish community nationally, to Israel in
the Middle East, and to Jews throughout the world.
To want to attend the Jan. 15 event is to attest
to one's concern for these communities as inter-
related Jewish entities and to the survival of Israel at
a time when so much of the world, including some of
her best friends, seem indifferent to her national
interests.
The rationale here is the same as the rationale
for Super Sunday on Sunday, Jan. 18, at which some
1,500 volunteers in Greater Miami are expected to
man a mass telethon in the cause of CJA-IEF.
Add to this the appearance of Mr. Peres, and the
Jan. 15 event becomes all the more compelling, for he
may be expected to bring a report to Miami on his
country's latest needs which none of us can afford to
miss not any more than we can afford not to give
when our telephones ring on Super Sunday or at any
other time during the 1981 CJA-IEF campaign.
The New Anti-Semitism
Latest reports on the growth of anti-Semitism in
the United States during the previous year are more
than disquieting. But they should not be surprising.
Our own mail bears frequent anti-Semitic
messages to our editorial rooms from perverted
senders. Other pieces of mail bear defacing swastikas
on them, mute testimony to the handiwork of per-
sons along the way, from the innocent sender to our
mailbox, who have managed to deface the mail and
would like to shake us with their hate-filled
messages.
What to do about them? What to do about the
statistics? Silence will not make them go away. Only
knowledge and relentless pursuit of anti-Semites and
anti-Semitism wherever they may be found can deal
with their wicked purpose.
Milton Weiss Passes
When we talk about a man who became a part-
ner in a- prestigious law firm here after being ad-
mitted to the Florida Bar in 1935, we are talking
about a Miami pioneer.
Such was the case of Milton Weiss who died
Dec. 27 after nearly half a century of civic leadership
in the South Florida community.
Twice president of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, in 1969 and again in 1971, Mr. Weiss
was a leader in virtually every civic, religious and
philanthropic agency of both the Jewish and general
communities, as well as in banking and financial
circles.
These are the kinds of people whose passing is
especially poignant, because with them goes part of
our past history. Theirs is the mold according to
which we have patterned so many of our purposes as
a community.
With the death of Mr. Weiss, the ranks of
Miami's pioneers have diminished even further.
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'Jubilant'Automatic Weapons Fin
A MIAMI columnist, in wish-j
ing his readers a Happy New
Year, declared: "I always know
the magic midnight has arrived
by the jubilant automatic
weapons fire from Little Havana
Happy New Year!"
The exaggerated feelings that
New Year occasion- consistently
manage to elicit should in most
casea !>.' discounted as the slob-
barings of sentiment let loose by
loo much champagne. Or else, B
guilt v conscience about our
wickedness or ineffectiveness
during the outgoing year and a
secret resolution to do better
during the year ahead
For example, you solemnlj
sweat to lose ten pound- in
or lo cut down your daily Happy
Hour allowance from three drinks
to two maybe even one And.
of course, you re going to get
tobacco off your back once and
for all
Leo
Hiiidlin
BIT THE case of the Miami
.olumnist i- another beast en-
tirelj To be stirred by "the
jubilant automatic weapons fire
Little Havana is to be
stirred b) disease
The death ol Marshall
McLuhan last week recalls bis
diagnosis the medium is the
message McLuhan schooled an
MeTA^K)RpH0SlS
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enure generation in the dangers
ol irresponsible mas- com"
munications media Bufferuu
from messiah complex^
especially television, that have
come to transcend in important*
the events they report
So propagandistically powerful
are the media tods} that thn
create history by choosing which
events they focus on and which
they ignore and. almost as
by staging events which they can
report' in consonance with their
pre-set corporate editorial views.
AS McLUHAN underi
these insidious developments the
mind ol man is up tor grabs, a
polite euphemism foi
ment. in the slick board roomso|
commercial news management
To return to the jubilant
automatic weapon- t irt- Iroir.
Little Ha\ ana 1: you havi
heard and or seen automatic
weapons fire. it- terrifying
capacity for death and
destruction ha.- surel) left a
lasting impression To call it
jubilant is to have done non
than to succumb to some ex-
cessive tippling ol nampaj
an innocent New ^ ear
To call automate weaponi Em
jubilant is t" ha i been
smitten by McLuhan sdisease -
either as perpetrator or victim, or
both, it hardly matters although
in the case of the Miami cohin
nist. 1 suspect, in -utter- from I
little bit Of both
BUT WHAT foes matter is
that the adjective, jubilant
creates a positive feeling, a .
and jolly impression not s
negative feeling, not an under-
standing that automatic weapons
lire can only lead to agony and
human despair. It is intended to
make the reader long to embrace
hoodlumtam and criminal
the guise ol John V\ BJ
out with sombrero, tore
his fears about iolena
him sain ate at the first
in ibis iise. the Miami
columnist in his New \ear
panegyric recreated history in
precisely the way that McLuhan
warned US the media and their
Continued on Page 11 A
Hatzeira Inquiry Polarizes Community
By UZI BENZIMAN
JERUSALEM -
The torrid Investigation into
alleged irregularities at the
Ministry for Religious Affairs.
and specifically into the activities
of the Religious Affairs Minister.
Aharon Abu Hatzeira. has
revived almost-forgot ten tension
between Ashkenazic and the
Sephardic communities in Israel
Soon after the media began
bombarding the public with
major headline stories about the
investigations, Asher Lazimi. a
close friends of Abu Hatzeira.
called a press conference at which
he claimed that the Minister of
Religious Affairs, who is of
Moroccan origin, was being
subjected to discriminatory
procedures stemming from the
very fact that he is Sephardic.
Lazimi s "proof" of this
allegation was the police "raid"
on the Ministry of Religious
Affairs, when hundreds of files
were confiscated.
LAZIMI CLAIMED that the
massive confiscation of the
Religious Ministry's documents,
carried out without the prior
approval of wither the Premier or
the Interior Minister, demon-
strated the hostile attitude of the
investigations toward Abu
Hatzeira.
Lazimi s accusations were
followed up* by other public
statements and actions that
reflected ethnic solidarity with
Abu Hatzeira:
In the Knesset, various
members of different political
parties all of them Oriental
formed an ad hot lobby Its aims
seemed to be to express sym-
pathy with the Religious Affairs
Minister and to examine the
possibility of changing the
judicial process in it- application
to members of the Knesset
A group ol Sephardic rabbis
met with Prime Minister
Menacham Begin and urged him
to stop the persecution of the
Sephardic leadership
In a number of towns with
large Sephardic communities,
mass receptions were organized
in honor of Abu Hatzeira.
Several Sephardic leaders
from Europe and the U.S. rushed
to Israel to meet Begin and
discuss with him the in-
vestigation and its impact on the
non-Ashkenazic population.
Jaques Amir, the Mayor of
Dimona, a member of the Labor
Alignment Knesset faction and
himself of Moroccan origin, called
upon the civil authorities to "cut
down the hand daring
deliberately to hit the esteemed
Abu Hatzeira family Later
Amir denied that he had voiced
this call.
PRESIDENT Yitzhak Navon.
himself a Sephardi. and Begin
immediately reacted to the ethnic
allegations by calling upon the
Sephardic leadership to stop
them and by assuring the public
that the police had no ethnic
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motivations in investigating the
Ministry of Religious Affairs
But tension has already flared
up
There are signs that the
allegations of discriminator)
treatment against Abu Hatzeira.
of unwarranted police per-
sacuUon of him. have left their
mark on many in
Ashkenazic community
ot Sephardic origin an
them manv whose fa:
lived in Israel for generation:. -
I.-I sympathy with the young
minister and admit that they
cannot control their suspicions
that the investigation ha- the
character of an Ashkenazic
plot" against the Sephardic
leadership.
People of Sephardic origin say
that the allegations similar to
those against Abu Hatzeira have
been a common phenomenon in
the religious establishment tor
many years, and as they had
never been subject to police
investigation before Iwneri
Ashkenazim served as minister),
they should not be investigate",
now.
OTHERS BELIEVE that Abu
-Hatzeira is an innocent victim 01
a political plot launched
against him by some pi
the Ashkenazic politicians in
his own National Religious an>
who decided to challenge nis
leadership. Some people w
Moroccan origin have wamec
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Emergency Fund Sabbath
Rabbis Gear Worship Services Theme to CJA-IEF Campaign
The Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami has
declared Jan. 9 to 10, 1981
to be Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency
Fund Shabbat. According
to Rabbinical Association
president. Rabbi Simcha
Freedman. of Temple
Adath Yeshurun. the
special Shabbat has been
planned to precede the Jan.
IK Super Sunday, the
largest communications
network ever attempted by
the Jews of the United
States.
On thai day the Greater
Miami Jewish community will
attempt to contact 30.000 Jewish
households in Dade County to
enlist their support tor the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund
Kabhi Freedman explained
that this special Shabbat ob-
servance also marks the fifth
annual United Jewish Appeal
(UJAI Shabbat. designated by
the UJ A Rabbinic Cabinet.
"IT IS OUR hope that our
rabbis will take a moment in the
course of their Shabbat services
to highlight the needs of the
CJA-IEF campaign." Kabbi
Freedman said, "as well as point
out to their congregation that
this is the year the Greater
Miami Jewish community must
come together in a show of unity
to raise over S20.000.000 needed
to maintain and expand our
network of social service
programs locally, in Israel and
wherever lews may be in need."
Congregations throughout
(Ireater Miami will observe the
CJA-IEF Shabbat focusing on
the concept of ttedakah and the
work ol the Federation agencies
in supporting and strengthening
Jewish life at home and abroad.
In urging the participation oi
the Greater Miami Jewish
community in CJA-IEF
Shabbat. Kabbi Freedman said.
"We an- accountable tor the
future ol Judaism and niusi
stand responsible. We want
tuture generations to know thai
we have discharged our debt to
OUI past by making our spiritual
and material contribution to the
future."
Rabin Follows Peres to
Talks With U.S. Chiefs
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Labor Party chairman Shimon
Peres will meet with top official!
of the outgoing and incoming
Administrations during a 12-day
visit to the U.S.
They include Vice President
Walter Mondale. Vice President -
Elect tieorge Bush, Secretary of
State-designate Alexander Haig
and Richard Allen, who will head
the National Security Council.
Peres, who won a substantial
victory over former Premier
Yitzhak Rabin in the leadership
contest at the Labor Party's con-
vention last month, was invited
b) the United Jewish Appeal and
the Israel Bond Organization to
lecture in several American cities
He is expected to meet with
members ol Congress and leaders
>i the American Jewish com-
munity
RABIN, too, will Im' lea\ ing lor
the I S aci nmpanied by his
i.. ah .ii the invitat ion ot
the I JA They will both deliver
speeches in various pans of the
ei intry.
Peres is expected to discuss the
"Jordanian option" with mem-
bers of the incoming Administra-
tion. He has reportedly kept
abreast of the views of Arab
leaders in the occupied territories
and beyond with respect to in-
volving Jordan in the autonomy
talks. The Labor Party, which
Peres will head in next Novem-
ber's Knesset elections, favors
negotiation with Jordan over the
future of the West Bank-
Rabin is scheduled to appear at
a Washington symposium on
Israel, the Middle East and the
U.S." initiated by the Anti-Defa-
mation League ot B'nai B'rith.
Allen and Sen. Henry Jackson
ID., Wash. I will also participate.
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News in Brief
Won't Head New Party, Dayan Vows
TEL AVIV Speculation
that former Foreign Minister
Moshe Uayan may head a new
centrist political party to oppose
Likud in next year's Knesset
elections was dampened by
Uayan himself. He told a
television interviewer Saturday
that he had no plans for his
political future at the moment.
! I you ask me today whether 1
want to be in the next Knesset I
would My no." Dayan delcared
"'I don't believe in the establish-
ment ol any new parties, .ind I
have no intention of establishing
H joining on< i cannot say it is
i He dream ol mj life to serve in
anol her Knesset
I >aj an quit Prime Minister
Menachi in's Cabinet in
October. 1979 but retained his
Knesset seal as an independent
\i the time he said he did not
to stand foi reelection whan
\< rm i \piics Recently,
former Defense Minister Ezer
Meizman suggested that Dayan
si qualified to
.i- I'rm.e Minister in the
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Galvan, tl taken in
include Irastii all} modern-
izing the Mi mean army, the pro-
duction ol remote-controlled
guided missiles and the purchase
ol either Israel Kfir or American
P15-E fighter jets
The modernisation of the-
armed forces will t>e financed by a"
budget of tl,085.000.000, a 3K
percent increase over Mexico's
l'.8- military budget. In real
terms, the increase in spending
will amount to quite a bit less, as
Mexico's inflation rate this year
has hovered at 28 percent,
Galvan said
JERUSALEM Gen. David
Jones, chairman of the U.S. Joint
Chiels of Staff, has invited Egypt
to send units of its air force for
joint exercises with the U.S. Air
Force in Nevada next \>
Middle hast News \genc> |ME-
\ \i reports in Cairo Jones has
< en "n a four day visit V j pi
inspect t hat country s milil
installations and discuss ,;s arm
requin ment s.
\ I the nviti
I Igj pi i.ii- Uelenst
ii .' liadau i. tun no d
m turned lor I hi joint
in \. vada desert \
! S F-15 fighters led
pi three months ago i"r
raining, and 1.500 \n;< i
ican troops participated in
military exercises with Egyptian
armed forces in the western
desert i.ist month.
Jones reportedly said that
experience had l>een useful and he
hoped it could be repeated.
NEW YORK Funeral ser
\ ices were held here lor Kabbi
Irving Miller, a leading American
Zionist, who died in Woodmere.
L.I., at the age of 77. In addition
to his role in the Zionist move-
ment. Miller also played a leading
role in discussing Jewish postwar
problems with representatives of
the Allied governments in
London in 1943.
In 1942. Miller was elected
chairman of the executive com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Congress. Upon the death of
Kabbi Stephen Wise, founder and
first president of the AJCon-
gress. Miller succeeded him.
He also served as president of
the Zionist Organization ol
America from 1962 to 1964 In
1961. he was elected president ol
the Conference ol Presidents ol
Major Vmerican .lewis)
Organizations.
BONN Hie murder
Jewish commurutj leadet i I
langen. Bavaria, on Dec I has
,1 ,,ii i series ol
threats to J< wish leadet
parts ol West German} The
chairmen ol thi Jewish
munities in N iremberj! and
Hamburg 11 ported hi in
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Asked if he planned to follow
Sadat's suggestion of a new
three-way summit meeting
Keagan replied. Obviously. I
won't want any retreat there on
the part of our country-1 want to
make it plain to both Sadat and
Prime Minister Begin that the
United States does have an
.nterest in the Middle hast. We
should no. try to dictate a settle-
ment bui be as helpful as we can
in arriving at a settlement.
BONN The Finance
Ministn has disclosed thai 200
shipments ol Nazi propaganda
,,.,, from abroad were
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ustoms officials last year and
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JERUSALEM More visits
to Israel by Egyptian Cahinet
ministers during the next few
weeks will accelerate the pace of
normalization between the two
countries, Israeli officials believe.
Political circles here described
the five-day visit of Egypt's
Minister of Agriculture, Moham-
mad Mahmoud Daoud, as an im
portent breakthrough in Israeli-
Kgyptian relations.
Agriculture Minister \riel
Sharon will leave foi Egypt
shortly to return Daoud's visit,
and Egypt's Ministei ol Industry
will \ isii here tccordii i
politic.ii obser ers, the most si>;
nificanl upset I >.<
was his in" tin) lei
with Presidi
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that the Soviet I'nion would face
a "possible confrontation with
the U.S. if it made any "reckless
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Morris H. Ahram, former U.S. Representative to the UN Com-
mission on Human Rights, addresses a meeting of the National
Council of Jewish Women in New York. Seated right is Kin
W'ollack. former legislative director of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee and co-editor of 'The Middle East
Policy Surrey.'
Abram Urges New View
Of UNations' Actuality
NEW YORK Morris B. Abram has told a meeting
"I : In National Council of Jewish Women at its national
headquarters here that "we would he doing the IN a
or" il ihe l S. stopped simply applauding the United
Nations just because the ideal on which it was based is
great.
ABRAM TOLD the women's organization that more
attention should now be focused on just what the IN
act ually is.
\bram. .i prominent lawyer former president of
11 andeis Univ< rsity, and a former C S. repress ntative to
IN Commission on Human Rights, made hi^ remarks
hi response to a qui tion regarding the increased
politici/.ation ol i \'-spon ored meetings and the probal
\ iolat ion ot n> own chai ter in this i
KBG Breaks Up Jewish
Study Groups in Moscow
M.U ^IIUK I'll.- \ati.mal
Conference on Soviel Jewrj has
released information just
received thai in Moscow on Dec.
U eight KGB officers, two in
uniform and six plainclothesmen,
and a woman representing the
Moscow municipality, forced
their waj into a .h'wish studies
group being conducted l>y long-
term retusenik llya Essas.
The group was threatened with
the accusation ot holding an
illegal" religious gathering, and
was told they could Ih' indicted
tor violating laws on Separation
ol Church and State anil of
Church and School." The names
ot those present were recorded by
the security forces.
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into i ustod) but released after
their identities were confirmed.
Hcii.re leaving, the officers con-
fiscated books ill Jew ish content
including .1 copy i>t the f< .
published in Russian before the
Revolution.
The 34-year-old Essas, who has
been a retusenik since 1973, and
whose parents are in Israel.
expressed great concern" about
this new turn of events.
In a related act of harassment,
on the morning of Dec. 16. the
KGB entered an informal nursery
school for refusenik children and
ordered all present to leave. They
said the premises were to be
closed until the evening.
Hebrew self-study groups,
which have functioned for years.
have also become the target of
the KGB. Informal study groups
taught by veteran refuseniks Yuli
Kosharovsky, Vladimir Shak-
hnovsky and Lev Gorodetsky
were recently disrupted, and the
participants also threatened with
prosecution.
ACCORDING to Burton S.
Levinson, NCSJ chairman,
"Soviet authorities, having
moved to virtually halt emi-
gration, seem to be organizing
what could be a major crackdown
against those who wish to study
Jewish culture and religion. They
want to discourage such efforts.
It would appear that the USSR is
hardening its attitudes towards
Jewish activists, an effort which
demands the attention of public
and official opinion in other
countries."
Legislation in Hopper
To Bar Engine Sales to Fiat
By JOSEPH POLAKOPF
WASH[NGTON
(JTA) Rep. Benjamin
Rosenthal (D.. N.Y.I said
lure that he will introduce
legislation in the new Con-
gress that would bar
permanently the sale of six
I S.made marine engines
to Fiat of Italy for instal-
lation in four frigates the
Italian firm has contracted
l<> build for the Iraqi navy.
Rosenthal stated his intention
in the course ol Ins discli isure ol a
nport to him from the General
\ccounting Office (GAO) that
revealed, he said, "a serious
failure <>l coordination" between
the Department of Slate and the
Department ol Commerce when
the General Electric Co., manu-
facturer ol the engine cores,
applied for a license to export
them to Flat,
"THE CRUCIAL role ol the
\\ hite House in the engine sale is
apparent from a close reading ot
the report." Kosenthal said.
tieneral Electric shipped two
engines to liah but, on State
Department instructions not to
export the others in the 811
million deal, ii put them in
storage.
The GAO review, initiated at
Rosenthal's request last Sept 19,
said that though the engines, in
Rosenthal's words, "clearly were
for military purposes and were
destined for one ol four nations
which President Carter had. a
month earlier. identified as
supporters <>f international
terrorism." the Policy and
Planning Division <>t the Depart
nunt oi Commerce approved
General Electric's application lor
an export license, seeing no
reason to refer to other agencies,
Kosenthal said that at no
time dill the Commerce Depart-
ment advise the State Depart-
ment's appropriate political
offices ol the license application
appro\ al.
According to the GAO,
Kosenthal said. Italian Prime
Minister Francisco Cossiga had
asked then Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance about General
Electric's applicat ion lor a license
and the Secretary had replied
alter some checking will
whom it is not known that the
license was approved."
HOUSE AND Senate protests
against the export of the engines
Kosenthal said, went unanswered
until \ug !l when Rosenthal
was informed by the Stati
Department that "the Italian
government had made the sale ol
the engines an important issue
between Italy and the I s tor
ioth political and economic
reasons
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Dinitz Says
Haig is an Old Friend of Israel
\n art-y thanks in the form of a pique is presented by Metro-
politan Dade County Commissioner Harvey Ruvin (right) to
members of the Ackerley Communications Co. for their
sponsorship of a recent art contest. Bill Harkell, rice president
and general manager of Ackerley, and Deborah Dunn, the
firm's public relations director, got the community's school
ystcm involved in an art contest with 'Miami: See It Like a
"^Native" as theme. The winning art is on display in the Omni
hopping Center.
li\ HUGHORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Simcha Dinitz, Israel's
former Ambassador to the
United States, described
l s. Secretary of State-
designate Gen. Mexander
Haig as a friend of Israel
who had shown sympathy
for Israel's case in nego
tiations with the U.S.
about the freeing of the
Egyptian Third Army
when it was entrapped near
the Sue/ ("anal during the
Yom Kippur War.
Speaking on an Israel Radio
interview, Dinitz said that Haigs
intervention prevented a crisis in
Israeli' S relations at th.it time
"Gen. Haig always showed a
keen understanding of Israel's
security needs ami posture, .im
mediateh after the war. when the
late Golda Meir (then Israeli
Premier) came to Washington
.md had some very tough talks
with the President and especially
with Dr Kissinger the subject
mattei was the Freeing <>i the
Egyptian Third Armj roi
Israeli forces then surrounding it
the conversation ended not in
anj very great accord. It was
Gen. Haig who intervened at the
Ver) end of the talks with a view-
to improve the situation and
showed a great understanding
toward us. to prevent a crisis."
Dinitz said.
HAIG WAN serving at the
time as a deputy to Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger
OinitZ said Israel could expect
sur

ad-
President-Elect Fteagai
tmue President Cartel | oik ies
towards t he Camp I >.i
and the autonomy ni
as i hen is alw aj (on
tinuit) ol policj inges in
the I s administral i< But he
irned Israeli: no'
i'd it t here were
in emphasis once in-
ministrat ion set I Ies
I must cant ion tii' while
everj succeeding administration
undertakes what t he pr ious one
has implemented, especially in
foreign policy, we have to under-
stand that within the same
framework different policy and
different emphasis can lake
place." he said.
Dinitz said the new adminis-
tration would, for the first time,
seek a solution to the Palestinian
question apart from the Palestine
i Liberation Organization.
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JmisttkrkMar_
Friday. January. 9. 1981
Russians to Take Part
Research Group to Study Immigrants
NEW YORK Russian
'(wish immigrants living in 14
Vmeriian cities will soon be
.-.ke National
i-.i-.irch Study sponsored by the
ouncil "! Jewish Federations.
>irected by Professors Rita and
ian Simon ol the University ol
linois. the study will give these
iew \mericana the opportunity
assist the Jewish community
- assessing the progress ol its
-etilement efforts
Covering many aspects ol the
migre experience, the Study will
oncentrale on socio-economic
idjustment, and integration into
Vmerican society and t hi'
\inerican .Jewish community
The project is supervised by the
CJF Soviet .Jewish Resettlement
Committee, chaired by Bernard
Manekin ol Baltimore, and is
financed by ;i ^'rani from the
Federal Government. Fieldwork
will lx> conducted by Audii \
Survey, 1 ni a national r'search
lirm. and the data analyzed by
Drs. Rita and Julian Simon.
Over thi next several months.
Tiio interviews ol emigres who
arrived since i''~-' will be con-
ducted n New \rk. Chicago.
Los Angeles. Philadelphia,
Cleveland, Boston. San Fran-
cisco Milwaukee, Houston.
Kansas City, Rochester, Atlanta.
Columbus and Worcester. Each
90-minute interview will gather
Soviet Jewish Immigrants
Barred from West Berlin
BONN (JTA) Jewish emigrants from
Soviet Union will no longer be allowed to settle in
West Berlin. At a press conference here. Interior
Minister Peter Ulrich of the West Berlin city
government. said an exception would only be made
for those families already living in Berlin Some 2,500
Jews have settled in West Berlin since 1974. some of
them with illegal entry papers. Ulrich said about 319
Jews were being investigated for having entered the
city illegally. Ulrich said the Jewish community in
West Berlin has agreed with the decision.
information on the entire family,
relating education, training and
employment in the Soviet In ion
with current vocational, social.
educational and personal ad-
lustment Data will also be
gathered on Jewish identity and
involvement in .Jewish communal
activities Identities "! those
taking part in (he Stud} will l
strictly confidential.
Since 1972, 50.000 Jew* haw
left the Soviet Union. From Ocl
' isiTs I,, Sept. M>. 1980, ovei
16.000 settled in tin I tut.,:
States, wluie ;i comprehensive
resettlement program has been
implemented with the assistance
ol 846 T million from the Federal
Block Grant. Through this
nationwide el tort. Jewish emigres
from the Soviet I'nion have
received financial assistance,
vocational counseling, language
and vocational training, health
sen ices and personal counseling
in multifaceted programs
coordinated by local Federations.
CJF has administered the
matching grant on the national
level
The Jewi-h community's
resettlement program tor
Russian Jews has served as a
model lor the absorption into
American society >! other im-
migrant groups. The National
Research Stud) will provide
additional information about the
. istmenl and achievements ol
t nose who have choset i<> build
iew li\ .r. \ :iH rica
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Fasten your sealbeits we lumping up another 10 pet cent'
Germany's Longest War Crimes
Trial May Soon be Ending
BONN (JTA) The longest war crimes trial ever
held in West Germany may be nearing its end. The
DuesseldoH court where nine former SS officials have
been on trial for more than five years on charges of com-
plicity in the murders of 250,000 inmates ol the Maidanek
death camp is expected to hear the summations by
prosecution and defense some time next month.
BUT FIRST, the judges and attorneys flew to
Warsaw mi .Ian. to hear testimony from the final nit
nesscs Responsibility lor prolonging the trial rests with
ilu defense lawyers.
Although it was to have wound up by the end oi this
month, they submitted a Hood it new petitions .md in
\ ited additional witnesses.
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+hwistncrkte*n
f'ageJl-A
1
>ayan Presses Own
Ian for Territories
GIL SEDAN
HUGH ORGEL
AVIV (JTA) -
Foreign Minister
Dayan is continuing
his view that Israel
unilaterally imple-
Is autonomy plan on
fest Bank and Gaza
|a proposal rejected
Knessel last week
e presented as an
motion.
,i television inten iew
intend) <: i hal the auto
Itaiks between Israel,
the I S have reached
eiul He in-" hinted thai
si Hank mayors would
louiiin<>m\ .'vcn though
bosc n publiclj and insist
loss than .i Pali -
fait
-
t talk liavi been
i-, pou
. the taull -.
I i'
(JESTED
that Israel withdraw its forces on
the West Hank and Gaza to the
locations specified at Camp
David and that local government
be handed over to the elected
mayors.
"The mayors and Arab leaden
with whom I have met intimated
to me publicly they will continue
to claim that my proposal- do not
satisf) them. They will say the\
do not want crumbs, that the)
want a Palestinian state with
Israeli recognition 'it the Pales-
tinian state with Israeli recog-
nition ol thi Palestine Liberation
i trgan zai ion I tayan said
impression I receh ec
ose I have tall
was l hal ii we can negot iati
pi operlj im can reach an agn i
in. n! n mplemental ii m ol mj
plan, i ).i\ an slated He d lined
to nu ni the \ rab pi rs rtalil ie
wit I i :' i pok
ihej forced to o|
i
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en "






msterdam
Dutch Rabbi May Take
Junket to SL Africa
MENRIETTEBOAS
TERDAM UTAi A
Reform rabbi is con-
B trip U) South Africa to
an art collection be-
m to the University of
>y a former Nazi col-
which is believed to
many items that
Hi to Dutch Jewish
deported to Nazi camps
orldWar II
>i Avraham Soetmdoip of
i-ral congregation in The
has refused to let the
drop. He said he wanted
it personally with the
sity board of governors.
flection was willed to the
la University by the late
Van Tilburg who was an
|an in Dordrecht, Holland
the Nazi occupation.
ly after the war. a Dutch
titication court sentenced
him i" 13 months imprisonment
fort ol la duration with the enemy
\ \N T1LBBRG, who settled
in South Africa in 1931. is
believed to have persuaded some
20 wealthy Jewish families in
Holland to entrust their painting
and objects li'art to his sate
keeping U) prevent them from
being looted by the Nazis. Most
ol the Jews perished in death
camps. When the survivors
returned, Van Tilburg allegedly
refused to return their treasures
and absconded with them.
The art collection consists of
paintings. Persian carpets,
antique vases and silverware.
The University of Pretoria has
st.ited that is is prepared to
return the objects to any survivor
who can provide solid proof of
past ownership. But after 40
years, it is difficult, if not im-
possible, for the survivors to
provide such proof.
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rJewisti fkrkflan
Friday. January 9. 1981
Bible Distorted
Pope's Encyclical
'Misrepresents'
NEW YORK The
American Jewish Congress
has voiced "surprise and
disappointment" at a
statement in Pope John
Paul Us recent Encyclical
that it says "misrepre-
sents" the Biblical injunc-
tion of "an eye for an eye
and a tooth for a tooth."
Henry Stogman, executive
director of the Congress, took ob-
jection to a passage in the Pope's
lhn> in Mist ricordia, issued on
Dec. 2. which calls the Old Testa-
ment injunction a distortion of
i u st ue 'He expressed hope that
the necessary steps will he
l.iken to clarify and correct this
passage
IN A LETTER to Monsignor
lor^e Mejia of the Vatican s
Commission for Religious
Relations with the .lews
Sie>nnan wrote:
"It is with surprise and dis-
appointment that we read a
passage in Pope John Paul Us
new F.ncyclical, 'Divis in Miseri-
cordia. issued on Dec. 2. which
ascribes to the Old Testament,
sacred to both Jews and
Christians. a distortion of
justice.'
"The passage reads as follows:
'Not in vain did Christ challenge
his listeners, faithful to the doc-
trine of the Old Testament, for
their attitude which was mani-
fested in the words: "an eye for
an eye and a tooth for a tooth."
This was the form of distortion of
justice at that time: and today's
torms continue to be modeled on
it."
"This passage is entirely in-
consistent with the other
passages in the Encyclical
dealing with the Old Testament.
It is also inconsistent with both
the letter and spirit of the
Vatican Guidelines for the
Implementation of Nostra
Aelate of 1975. which repre-
sented so important an advance
in Catholic-Jewish relations.
THE GUIDELINES urge
that Catholics not set the Old
Testament and the Jewish tradi-
tion founded upon it against
the New Testament in such a wa\
that the former seems to consti-
tute a religion of only justice, te;ir
and legalism. with no appeal to
the love ofl God and neighbor
Hut this is precisely what this
;>.issage sts-ms to do.
"More important, this passage
misrepresents the Judaism of the
time of Jesus, which in fact
understood and interpreted the
Biblical eye for an eye and a
tooth for a tooth' to require
monetary compensation for
injury inflicted on one's fellow
man. Indeed, there is no evidence
that it was ever interpreted in
Judaism to require or to permit
inflicting physical injury. It is
therefore most distressing that
the Encyclical conveys the
impression that lex talionis was
practiced in the Judaism of the
time of Jesus.
"We hope the necessary steps
will be taken to clarify and
correct this passage."
Reagan Won't Have Special
Liaison Officers for Minorities
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAl -
President-Elect Regan will not
have "a Jewish liaison officer" or
such personnel for "Blacks or
other ethnics" after he takes
office. Reagan's transition
director. Edwin Meese III. has
indicated publicly.
Meese was asked, during an
appearance on the CBS-TV pro-
gram Face the Nation." if the
absent, of a Klack and ethnics
in Reagan's Cabinet is a signal
that this \ nterested in their particular
iblems as with other
minoi:: ies
Meese replied, "There will be
pi. n presenting these groups
m the Whit.- House, yes. Hut
re will not tie u single conduit
thai all Blacks have to go to this
r and all Italians have to g<
to this door or any other feeling
like that."
REPORTERS on the TV pro-
gram observed that President
Carter has liaison personnel. One
pointed out that he has "an
ethnic liaison person and a Black
liaison, a Jewish liaison and so
forth."
Alfred Moses, of Washington.
is advisor to President Carter on
Jewish matters. He succeeded
Edward Sanders of I.os Angeles
who resigned last spring to assist
in Carter's reelection campaign.
Earlier in the Carter Administra-
tion, Hubert Lipshutzol \tlanta.
White House Counsel, and Mark
Siegei, a White House aide per-
lormed Jewish liaison functions.
However, representatives oi
Jewish organizations frequently
were able to meet with Adminis-
tration officials.
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HBBTZ
Report Shows
Sharp Rise in Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK There
was a sharp increase in
assaults and vandalism
against Jewish insti-
tutions, houses of worship,
cemeteries and private
property this year com-
pared to 1979, according to
a nationwide survey con-
ducted annually by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B*rith.
The findings, which were made
public here by Nathan Perl-
mutter. ADL's national director,
revealed 377 reported anti-
Semitic incidents in 1980 as
against 129 in 1979. These in-
cluded firebombings. swastika
daubings. anti-Jewish graffiti
and other vandalisms in 29 states
and the District of Columbia.
THE LARGEST number of
incidents, 120. was reported from
New York State, with 69 of these
in New York City's five boroughs
and 39 in Nassau and Suffolk
Counties. New Jersey came next
with 69 reported incidents:
Massachusetts. 34: California.
27: Michigan, 21: Illinois and
Rhode Island. 12 each; Min-
nesota. 10: North Carolina. 9:
Connecticut. 8: Missouri. 8; Vir-
ginia. 8; Arizona. 6: Oregon. 5:
Colorado. ; Wisconsin, 4: Ten-
nessee I; Florida. Nebraska.
Ohio and Washington, each 2.
One incident was reported in
each "I the following states Via-
bama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mary-
land, Mississippi. Nevada,
Pennsj i\ ania, 11 nas ind
W ashington, 11 (
In addition, ihere were 112
anti-Semitic incidents mvoUmg
ix)dii> assaults against Jews.
harassments or threats by phone
or mail directed at Jewish in-ti
tutions. their officials or private
Jewish citizens that were not
included in the total of ADL's
1960 audit. This class of anti-
Semitic activity has been
separately noted because it was
not part of the 1979 audit, and
there was therefore no basis for
comparison.
THE SHEER statistics of
anti-Jewish incidents suggest
that there is a high quotient of
anti-Semitism and anti-Jewish
hostility which still exists just
beneath the surface of American
life." the ADL official declared.
The audit was based on reports
from ADL's regional offices
across the country. The data
received by ADL indicated that
20 persons were arrested or
apprehended in 11 of the total of
377 incidents. Of these, 14 were
aged 17 or under.
Two of those arrested in
connection with a fire at a Jewish
temple in Los Angeles were 24
and 36 years ol age and were
linked by police to the neo-Na/.i
National Socialist American
Workers Party The LoS Angeles
episode was the only one in which
charges were brought against
members of an organized hate
group.
THE INCREASE in the num
ber of tabulated incidents in 19N0
may stem partly from improved
reporting procedures following
last year's audit, which revealed
129 anti-Semitic episodes as
against 49 in 1978. As a result of
making those findings public, the
report said, there was heightened
awareness by local Jewish com-
munities around the country and
a greater tendency for victims to
report anti-Semitic episodes to
ADL.
There are still Jewish insti-
tutions and communities wary of
reporting incidents because they
fear publicity might encourage
imitative behavior patterns that
would result in further assaults.
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o Mindlin
hibilant'Automatic Weapons Fire
intinued from Page 4-A
lipulators can do those
lo make us think merrily
jl those charming I^atin types
|iltle Havana firing their big
i to welcome 1981
|won't be taken in bv such a
uhanLsm. Rather. I come
with the unhappy con-
Ion that I.it tie Havana's
|ral condition is as a com-
ply well-equipped to launch a
jge of automatic weapons
at will
IN a more kindlv vein, I
I- Little Havana's natural
|i!ion to be as a communitv
L-qiiipped to launch a barrage
|tomatk weapons fire at will?
I it it is. wh> is it.' Can not my
(neighbors live peaceful lives
lout such arsenals?
|r Francis Hast in i Doyle
pd a massive array ol
l>ons "those all-shattering
William Shakespeare, in
|m l\. Pan 1 refers to bullets
This villainous saltpetre .
ked Out of t he bow els of the
lless earth and but for
It vile guns, He would him-
have been .1 soldier.'
[ml Will red Owen. England's
lisite child-poet, killed in
tin War I. questioned the
of slaughter pn> pat no
when he wrote: "What
ling-bells for these who died
Rattle.' Only the monstrous
fr of the guns. Only the
tenng rifle*, rapid rattle
patter out then hasty
afU
)H DOYLE then, guns are
-haltering For Shake-
Jubilant' weapons fire in Yom Kippur War
speare, bullets are villainous"
and guns are Ml, And Owen
writes as the epitaph of his
generation's slaughtered millions
that guns are "monstrous." and
their fire is a "stuttering .
rapid rattle.'' the rattle here
eliciting death's rattle.
But for a Miami columnist, his
medium the message, automatic
weapons fire is "jubilant." Why?
Because we must take Little
Havana to our bosoms. The
media, riding the coattails of
Latinized economic profit, and
ordaining that the ride is there-
tore good for the community as
well, demand it of him Thus, he
demands it ol himself. And of us.
Because from Little Havana
pours lorth the wealth of the
earth, as we are never allowed to
be tired of hearing, not on the six
o'clock news, not in columns over
our morning coffee, including
columns writ in the slobbering
sentimentality of New Year's
reminiscences.
Because from Little Havana
pour forth banks and loans and
mortgages and interest and out-
landish city and county land de-
velopment schemes, riches
vaulted in Miami "s golden gate to
Latin America (as we are never
allowed to be tired of hearingl.
WE MUST take Little Havana
to our bosoms from whence can
In- heard the jubilant automatic
weapons tire welcoming 1981.
And doing what otherwise,
when the weapons are not en-
gaged in their jubilant fire? That.
the columnist doesn't say
ord Lauds Exhibit on Colonial Jews
By HELEN SILVER
ISHINOTON (JTAI -
lier President Ford extolled
)us diversity in America in
|dress to some 1,500 guests
iing the formal opening of
bhibition tilled "The Jewish
lunity in Early America.
11830" sponsored by the
Inters of the American
lution at the DAR Museum
merica is great because of.
>t in spite of, the many dif-
people people of dif-
cultural. religious and na
backgrounds who have
hpated in its history and its
'ord siad.
^nspicuous among them are
ewish people, coming from
lands, themselves rep re-
fg diverse backgrounds but
by their religious and
\\ principles which, in fact.
provided the spiritual and
|iahric of this nation.
IIS EXHIBITION, the
Preeklenl said," is a
|sr to us not only of the
smtributions of the Jewish
people to our beloved country.
but also of the principles
upon which our nation is founded
and to which it owes its quality.
It is a reminder that while we are
!>.im( ally a religious nation, it is
an essential part of our natkin-
hood that we not only tolerate,
but we welcome and owe much to
the diversity of religious beliefs
and practices among our people."
Ford described the exhibition
as an exciting and inspiring
colleciton." He told the audience
that "It is a reminder to us of the
enormous debt that we owe to the
diverse people who are part of
America. Diversity in our society
is a great strength of America,
just as the beauty of Joseph's
coat is its many colors."
The exhibition is the first on a
Jewish subject at the DAR
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through Mar. 15 and is open to
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Friday. January 9, 1981
What's Happened to UN?
Giant is a Prisoner of Extremism
* ontiaoed from Page I \
British Mandatory Government
in atine and ligon
implemi nl ed bj ti.
Mil ABSORPTION of the
two rtcipal UI
: i< single iasw ol
and the Palestine Arabs at i
critical moment in history under-
lines the tailurc ol the United
Nations to serve the purpose for
whuh it was created to safe-
guard peace and security in the
world, to light hunger and famine
and lo help improve the lot ol tin
inhabitants of this earth.
\- the two deliberative bodies
of the United Nations which we
like to consider the Parliament of
Man. were diddling their time
away in rancorous criticism of
Israel, at least a dozen conflicts
were in progress on the face of the
globe, men. women and children
were being killed, towns and
cities destroyed and destruction
and devastation spread.
Most of these wars were too
distant or too complex to rate
time on the 6 p.m. news; few of
them probably even reached the
Security Council and, if they did.
were probably disposed of in a
consensus statement telling the
parties involved to get together
and resolve their differences
without bothering the UN.
WE TEND to ignore all wars
as we tend to ignore all unpleas-
ant situations unless they force
themselves upon us. We cannot
ignore the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan because it may be a
prelude to a Soviet push into the
Middle East which might deprive
us of the oil for which we are so
hungry.
We cannot ignore the Iraqi
invasion of Iran which has
already reduced the world's oil
supplies and will hit us hard very
soon when we have to pay a
nickel a gallon more for gas
because OPEC took advantage of
the situation to raise prices. And
we dare overlook the possibility
ol a Soviet move into Poland
because we do not know what
might develop out of that
Some of us may be outraged by
some ol the wars going on, like
the \ietnamese extermination
campaign in Cambodia or
Qadaffis cynical destruction of
the Chadian state, but we know
that the United Nations isn't
going to do anything aobut them.
Sum the days of Trygve Lie and
Dag llammarskjold. the United
Nations has no power, no
authority able to function only when the
I nited States and the Soviet
I n ion agree on the desired ends
and that is not often.
WHATEVER the great hopes
that led to the creation of the
United Nations and the few, very
few. times that it has nobly risen
to the occasion its vote for the
creation of the State of Israel was
one of its few great moments
the United Nations today is a be-
fuddled, mindless giant, consti-
tutionally incapable of taking
decisive action, crippled by the
cynicism with which most of its
members regard it and ham-
strung by a large, growing and
incompetent bureaucracy that
has made it the greatest boon-
doggle in the world.
To all intents and purposes, it
has been taken over by elements
which have made it the chief
advocate of the terrorist Pales-
tine Liberation Organization and
the United Nations itself, the
world's most significant font of
anti-Semitism.
There is no debate in the
United Nations except, perhaps,
on trivial or non-political issues.
Its halls resound with invective,
calumny and denunciation, the
targets of which are Israel, the
Jewish people and the United
States the latter for refusing
to go all the way in permitting
the destruction of Israel.
allies

(ol. Qadaffi
Hritain, which dreams of re-
gaining hegemony in the Middle
East, France and West Germany,
so terribly dependent on oil from
the Persian (iulf that they dare
not cross the oil barons are. at
best, passive and acquiescent.
Few states and statesmen dare
risk the wrath of the oil sheiks.
The United Nations is not the
world forum it was set up to be; it
is an arena, a bear-pit. and
nothing else. Its agencies, which
have performed creditably in the
past have, with the exception of
UNICEF. the children's agency,
been hopelessly politicized and
lesser forums for endless anti-
Israel diatribes and bitter attacks
on the United States for not com-
pelling Israel to commit suicide.
The great powers use the
instrument of the United Nations
when it is to their advantage and
ignore it at all other times. For
the small countires. the General
Assembly is a bargain basement.
The underdeveloped countries
trade off their support to the
Arabs against Israel in the hopes
of getting a break on oil.
The black African states, most
of them hungry and under-
developed, give their votes to the
Arab bloc in exchange tor Arab
votes Bgainsl apartheid in the
South African Republic The
Communist bloc supports and
encourage- all of them in their
aims.
THE LIBYAN assault on
(had may change this constella-
tion. Some African leaders may
come to see it a- a Sm let backed
Arab attack on black \trira and
conclude that the Arabs are not
friends and allies ol the black
nations. This realization may
have been reflected in the General
Assembly vote on sanctions
against Israel since the Arabs
received fewer votes than their
resolutions customarily receive.
The black Africans may also con-
clude that the attack on Chad is a
Soviet-Arab move to get com-
plete control of the uranium ore
deposits said to exist under the
sands of the northern Chadian
desert.
But a change in the UN voting
pattern such as this might in-
volve, does not alter the funda-
mental character of the United
Nations nor correct its glaring
faults.
The American taxpayer who
underwrites the farce on the East
River to the tune of $800 million a
year would consider it a worth-
while investment for the main-
tenance of peace. A "Committee
for UN Integrity.'' its member-
ship drawn from the academic,
arts and science communities of
the Western world and including
a score of Nobel prizemen, has
been established to seek this
needed reform.
Ol K EUROPEAN
ITS MANIFESTO, in the form
of a "Call to Conscience."
declares that "The United
Nations is no longer the guardian
of social justice, human rights
and equality among nations.
Indeed, pe/verted b) irrelevant.
political machinations, it is in
danger ol bet
b in it pea< i
In us i with 'he
Pali Line
a.i ; '. is t he pi.
i! milliim- of nv nen and
children in otto i ps ol the
world wl.....re in immediati
danger ol death from famine.
disease and W B]
The manifesto deplores the fact
that those who VOW toeliminate
the State of Israel and refuse to
Make peace are permitted to sit in
the councils of the peacemakers
while Israel, a member State
created in fidelity to the prin-
ciples of the United Nations, is
slandered and faced with the
threat ol delcgitimization." It
charges that the UN. by bran-
ding Zionism with the false label
of racism, "must bear some
responsibility for the scourge of
anti-Semitism now reappearing
in many parts of the world."
THE COMMITTEE still
hopes that the UN can be
reformed "to embrace once again
the ideals of the United Nations
Charter and to restore the
promise that the United Nations
can achieve a better world for all
humanity."
The signatories to the Call of
Conscience are all good men and
women, and I envy them their
hopes and determined idealism.
But, after some 20 years of
patrolling the UN corridors and
reporting its deliberations, I have
given up on the UN. If President-
Elect Reagan is having trouble
finding budget items that can be
cut. I suggest he cast a critical
eye at the more than $800 million
a year we pay into the UN cof-
fers. I'm sure that money can be
put to better use.
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Swiss Protestants Press
Jerusalem Recognition .
GENEVA (JTA) A Swiss Protestant group
from Zurich that calls itself "Swiss Israel Shalom" an-
nounced here that it has obtained 5,845 signatures on a
petition to be presented to the Swiss Government calling
for the recognition of Jerusalem as the undivided capital
of Israel.
IT ALSO calls on the Swiss authorities to be true to
their policy of neutrality and close the Palestine
Liberation Organization office in Geneva and expel the
PLO delegate to the United Nations in Geneva, Daud
Barakat. Most of the signatures were collected following
Sunday service in Protestant churches in Switzerland. |
One of the initiators of the petition told the Jewish'
Telegraphic Agency that most of the signatures were :
from non-Jews and that young people were the ones who
signed most readily. He added that many others were
willing to sign the part relating to the closure of the PLO
office but were reluctant to sign the part on Jerusalem.
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Dr. K. Says
He Favors
A Unified
Jerusalem
Former Secretary of State
(enry Kissinger, maintaining
bat lie is in Israel and the Middle
last to listen and not to make
renouncements, parried news-
men's questions when asked
kirlv this week what he thought
i ,,ld be the future status of
Irrasalem. "I think it should
pmain united," was all he would
lu> during a tour of the Old City
ii Jerusalem, accompanied by
|4a> or Teddy Kollek.
Kissinger began his second day
Israel with breakfast with
jrmer Premier Yitzhak Rabin,
met previously with Labor
'arty head Shimon Peres, who
is due to have left for the U.S.
r-londay but has postponed his
rip in view of recent political
i-\ elopments which may tum
ito a Cabinet crisis, which Peres
K>pes may bring down the
overnment.
After touring Jerusalem, Kis-
nger met former Foreign
linister Moshe Dayan and then
nth Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir He later met a group of
itellectual leaders and dined
vith the Knesset Foreign Affairs
knd Security Committee.
Israel has begun making ar-
ingements for the opening of a
insulate in Alexandria, Egypt,
sign Ministry sources said
sere. Israeli Ambassador to Cairo
Eliahu Ben-Elissar has dined
kith the Governor of Alexandria
|nd discussed plans with him.
I Mining of Israel's first diplo-
matic representation in Egypt
butsde Cairo is in accordance
ith Egyptian President Anwar
^adat's proposal for Egyptian
: -ulates in Haifa and Beer-
|heba. the two towns he visited in
srael. with Israel opening an
Ml ice in Alexandria, which
Premier Begin visited.
Egypt's first parliamentary
delegation is due to visit Israel
later this month when 10 parlia-
piientarians will come on an of-
ficial visit, accompanied by a
piumber of Egyptian journalists.
Thousands of Nablus residents
land Arabs from nearby villages
Iturned out to welcome Mayor
passant Shaka who returned
I ho me Sunday after an extensive
[stay abroad for medical treat-
ment. Shaka lost both of his legs
[in a car bombing last June 2.
Believed to have been in reprisal
Hoi the ambush slaying of six
-hiva students in Hebron a
nth earlier.
Throngs bearing wreaths of
Iflowers and waving Palestinian
I flags massed outside the muni-
cipal lubrary as Shaka was driven
into the West Bank town. They
ihanted the traditional slogan,
in spirit and blood we shall save
vou Abu-Nidal" (Father of
ombat).
shaka, surrounded by local
I'l't-niiaries and foreign newsmen,
ivowed that he would continue to
Prove for a Palestinian state
I'" "lei by the Palestine Libera-
Ition Organization.
1 he Cabinet Sunday approved
r :' -tppointment of Arye Invit-
'"' a 32-year veteran of the
"ce force, as the new Inspector
'''ral of Police to replace Herzl
nafir who was fired by Interior
nister Yosef Burg last week.
J'he Cabinet vote, with one
"wntion by Finance Minis-
r > "gal Hurwitz was seen as
" exPression of support for
rtf He has come under heavy
Continued on Page 6-B
Lester Freeman
Philip ,V. Cheaney
Marshall Harris
Charles E. Cobb, Jr.
A t Brotherhood Dinner Here
South Floridians to Receive Silver Medallions
Four South Florida leaders will receive Silver Medallion
Awards for 1981 at the Brotherhood Dinner of the
National Conference of Christians and Jews on Saturday
evening, Feb. 7, at the Omni International Hotel.
To be honored are:
Charles E. Cobb, Jr.. chair-
man of the board, Arvida Cor-
poration:
Marshall Harris, senior vice
president, Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, and a
partner in the law firm of Harris
and Sirkin:
Msgr. Bryan O. Walsh, di-
rector, Catholic Service Bureau,
Archdiocese of Miami;
Philip N. Cheaney,
president. First Federal of
Broward County.
HANK MEYER, NCCJs
awards chairman, made the
announcement this week of the
Silver Medallion recipients, who
will be honored for service to the
cause of brotherhood.
Consul Zohar At Histadrut
Dinner For Israel Center
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation will inaugurate its $2
million bequest program for the
benefit of the Polsky Geriatric
Center in Israel at the Histadrut
Solidarity luncheon on Sunday
noon, at the Konover Hotel.
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the
Foundation, announced that the
chairman of *he luncheon will be
Rabbi Leon Kronish. who
currently serves as chairman of
the national board of directors for
the foundation.
Guest speaker will be David M.
Zohar, Consul of Israel for the
Southwest United States. Mr.
Zohar was born in Great Britain
in 1939 and immigrated to Israel
in 1948. He has been a newscaster
on Israeli radio and a staff
member for the Middle Eastern
Research at the Shiloah Institute
in Tel Aviv. Consul Zohar has
served the Israeli Diplomatic
Service in Nepal, India,
Washington, D.C. and Los
Angeles before his current post in
Houston, Tex.
Entertainment at the luncheon
Consul David M. Zohar
will be provided by Cantor Moshe
Friedler and musical direc-
tor Shmuel Fershko.
For further information call the
Histadrut Foundation office.
Elaine EUish, Nat'I Officer
Elaine EUish (Mrs. Morton V.)
ol Tamarac. national vice presi-
dent of Hadassah will be guest
speaker at the annual Major
Gifts Luncheon. Sunday. Jan. 18,
at noon, in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. This Miami Beach region
of Hadassah luncheon is by invi-
tation only. Hadassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America. Inc.. is the largest
women's volunteer organization
in the United States with over
370,000 members.
Mrs. Jean Feinberg, president
of the Miami Beach region of
Hadassah said. "The presence of
Elaine EUish at this luncheon is a
great honor." Louella Shapiro
has been appointed chairman of
the luncheon.
Mrs. EUish currently holds the
portfolio of chairman of the Na-
tional Service Committee of
Hadassah. She was president of
the Ixjwer New York State region
of Hadassah for three years.
She also served as executive
vice president of the Women's
Division of the Urated Jewish
Appeal and was a member of the
executive board of the Rockland
(County Committee for Soviet
'Jewry.
Elaine EUish
She and her husband. Morton,
a prominent Rockland County
builder and developer, have a
history of philanthropic involve-
ment. Elaine was a delegate to
the 28th World Zionist Congress
and is a founder of the Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical
Center.
For further information about
the luncheon, contact the Miami
Beach region of Hadassah office.
Meyer and his committee also
said that Lester Freeman, execu-
tive director of the Greater
Miami Chamber of Commerce,
will receive the NCCJ Distin-
guished Community Service
Award.
In addition, the entire group of
commentators and executive pro-
ducer of the CBS network
television program, 60 Minutes.
have been selected to receive the
1981 Headliner Award of the
National Conference.
Don Hewitt, executive
producer of the program, and
Dan Rather, Harry Reasoner,
Andy Rooney, Morley Safer and
Mike Wallace will be at the Feb. 7
Brotherhood Dinner here to
accept the award.
The dinner is under the chair-
manship of Jim McLamore, co-
founder and chairman emeritus of
the Burger King Corp.
THE HONOREES represent
the three major faiths and were
selected for their outstanding
endeavors in community service
and their leadership in bringing
about better understanding be-
tween individuals and groups,
religious, racial or ethnic.
Cobb, in addition to his many
charitable and philanthropic
efforts, is chairman of the
University of Miami Board of
Trustees Executive Committee,
and on the board of South Florida
Scouting.
Harris, a former Florida state
legislator, is a member of the
Executive Committee and Board
of Directors of the United Way of
Dade County and served as its
general campaign chairman in
1976. Harris is president of the
Florida Philharmonic.
Msgr. Walsh, renowned for his
work with refugees and youth, is
a former chairman of the Public
Health Trust of Dade County and
a member of the CouncU on
Accreditation of Service for
Families and Children.
CHEANEY, an active Brow-
ard County leader, is former cam-
paign chairman of the United
Way of Broward. He is currently
president of the United Way
Board of Trustees.
General Chairman McLamore
and Broward Chairman Walter
Ketcham urge community par-
ticipation and support "in honor-
ing these outstanding South
Florida citizens and in furthering
the work of the NCCJ."
Abel Holti
tana Halt;
Abel and Fana Holtz
Chairing Scholarship Ball
Abel and Fana Holtz have been
named cochairmen of the annual
Lehrman Day School scholarship
ball. The black tie event, a high-
light of the Jewish community
social calendar, is scheduled for
April 4 in the Friedland Ballroom
of Temple Emanu-El.
Proceeds from the ball support
the scholarship program of the
Lehrman Day School, which pro-
vides intensive general and
Jewish knowledge for students
from kindergarten through junior
high school and the ninth grade.
More than half of the students at
the school, headquartered at 727
77th St., Miami Beach, receive
scholarship assistance.
Acceptances of the Holtzes
was announced by Carol
Greenberg, president of Temple
Emanu-El. and by Samuel \
Friedland. chairman of the board
"Funds raised come from
scholarship patrons, who donate
one or more scholarships at
$1,000 each," Greenberg said.
Holtz, chairman of the board
and president of Capital Bank, is
a vice president of Temple
Emanu-El. He is former chair-
man of the Minimum Housing
Board of Appeals of the City of
Miami Beach and a founder am!
former trustee of Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
A member of the Society ol
Founders of the Universitv of
Continued on Page 4-B
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Friends ofPonevez Yeshiva
Honor Rabbi Jonas Caplan
Friends of Ponevez Yeshiva
will welcome Rabbi Abraham
Kahaneman, president of the
Ponevez Yeshiva at its annual
dinner to be held Sunday, at the
Crown Hotel honoring the
rabbinical leader Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Rabbi Kahaneman has con-
tinued the work of his late father,
Rabbi Joseph Kahaneman. the
Ponevezer Rav. internationally
known scholar and statesman.
He escaped to Israel and launch-
ed the program there to rebuild
the Ponevez Yeshiva complex.
Today, the complex, extending
from Benei Beraq to the port city
of Ashdod, comprises more than
1.400 scholars in the various
Yeshivas; 600 young boys and
girls in the Batay Avoth
"Children's Village"; and 250
girls in the Commercial School in
Ashdod. More than 2.200 voun
people are being given a Torah
education and the ability to join
the economic life of Israel. The
growth enjoys the approval of
the Israel Government
At the dinner. Rabbi
Kahaneman will give a detailed
report and will outline future
plans for the growth of the
Yeshiva and its multi-faceted
complex.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Isaac Bernstein of
the Jewish Center in New York
City, formerly of Dublin. Ireland
and London. Kngland.
Chairman is Miami attorney.
Jack Bash, co-chairman Leo
Hack, vice president of
Congregation Ohav Shalom and
Riverside Memorial Chapel vice
president.
Rabbi Caplan is a graduate of
Rabbi Isaac Elchonon
Theological Seminary in New
York. In 1931, he assumed the
pulpit of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, the first
orthodox synagogue in Miami.
From there in 1933 he went to
Providence. Rhode Island and
Astoria. New York till 1951 and
then on to San Antonio. Tex.,
where he remained till 1954.
In 1954 he returned to Miami
first at Knesses Israel
Congregation then, as the city
spread, to North Miami Beach
and the Skylake Synagogue.
Rabbi Bernstein graduated
Dublin University in 1957,
studied at the Kol Torah Yeshiva
in Jerusalem and continued his
Talmudic studies at Gateshead
Yeshiva. England, from which he
received his Rabbinical diploma
in 1966. He is an executive
member of the Rabbinical
Council of America and also
lecturer in Talmud at the Stern
College Beth Hamedrash
program.
Leo Hack, communal leader, is
presently vice president of
Congregation Ohav Shalom.
PL0' Rebuts Arafat Film
The Greater Miami Women's
Division, American Friends of
i he Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, will hold a luncheon
ing at the Montmartre
Thursday, Jan. 15. at
i" a.m.
\ n.la Charcowsky, chairman
tor the Women's Division, an-
nounces a film. "PLO" I Palestine
Liberation Organization), will be
presented by Milton Hecker.
director of the American ORT.
I lorida Region.
The film, independently pro-
d bj a Swiss film company.
otnn issioned bj the Israeli
Government, and is a reply to
Yasaii Vrafal film which was
tored, paid tor. ;md pry
t>\ the IN at ;i cost of
110
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and denied tor showing of this
film on Nov. 2y. declared Pales-
tine Day by the UN, at which
time the Yassir Arafat film was
shown to the Security Council.
Members of the committee in-
clude Thelma Anton. Rose
I'ascoe. Stella Topol. Anne
Jaffee, Ceil Honicfc and Irene
Raczkowski
The session, open to the public,
is being coordinated by Florence
U. Peldman, director of the
Women s Division,
Reservations may be made at
the American Friends office
Z0A Brandeis
Meets Sunday
The next meeting ol the
Brandeis District, Zionist Organ-
ization ol America, will be held on
Sunday at 1:30 p.m.. at the
North Shore Activity (enter
Mis Fannie Rest, former
president of Temple Ner Tamid
Sisterhood, will present a pro-
gram ol Jewish humor, depicting
life in Russian villages before the
emigration to America. Louis
Hoberman. president, will speak
on the January activities in
Greater Miami of Jewish organi-
zations.
Rose Shapiro, vice president,
will chair the hostess committee
during the social hour. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Psychologist Speaks
Renanah Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its monthly meeting on
Monday. 11:30 a.m. at
Washington Savings'. 1130
Normandy l)r The Speaker will
'"' Wend ...u*.^**^
Juwmle Diab
Visiting international experts
at the University of Miami's
Center for Advanced Interna-
tional Studies will teach
graduate-level courses about the
Third World and problems with
U.S. and Soviet foreign policy
during second semester classes
which start this week.
Albert L. Sel.gmann. U.S.
State Department-appointed
Diplomat-in-Residence at UM.
will instruct "The Making and
Implementation of U.S. Foreign
Policy.'' Seligmann. former
counselor for political affairs at
the U.S. Embassy in Japan, has
more than 31 years experience
with the State Department at
home and abroad.
Lt. Col. Thomas E. Snodgrass.
UM research associate on leave
from the U.S. Air Force, will
share his expertise about the
"Soviet Union and the Third
World.''
SNODGRASS served as
USAF representative to the
Panama Canal Treaty and has
more than ten years of military
intelligence experience. He has
taught such subjects as the
theory of political revolution and
the role of violence in psycho-
logical operation with special
training in terrorism and anti-
terrorist tactics.
Member of UN
Guest Speaker
The Monday noon meeting of
the Torah Chapter ol Hadassah
will be held Jan 12 at Temple
Zamora. Coffee and cake will be
served.
Program chairman. Olga
l~--enl>erg. will present guest
speaker Joe Lamas, member of
the United Nations, who will
ill tin work ot the I N. the
problem- that face US and the
choices we ha>
President "t the chapter i-
Rose l.auret/
Snodgrass has received
numerous military honors:
Bronze Star. Defense and USAF
Meritorious Service medals, in
addition to the USAF and the
Joint Service Commendation
medals.
Alexandre Bennigsen. visiting
professor at the universities of
Chicago and Paris, will teach
Soviet Foreign Policy and
Islam.' His expertise is Muslim
minorities in the Soviet Union.
BENNIGSEN wrote Islam in
the Soviet Union, published in
1964. and co-authored Muslim
S'ational Communism: A revolu-
tionary Strategy For the Colonial
World
Dr. David Kishner of Hail,
University s Department l!
History of the Middle East Ji
instruct students about "Pmk
lems in U.S. Policy in the MiSfe
f*. BSl
Kushner has taught at T.i
Aviv University, Los Aneete.
State University. Dalhousie
Umvensty in Halifax and Acadi,
University in Wolfville.
Both Kushner and Hennigsen
will join the Center staff as visit-
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semester.
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and China.
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Miami Men's Chapter ORT
20th Anniversary Installation
The Greater Miami Men's
Chapter of the American ORT
Federation and the World ORT
Union have slated their 20th
inniversarj insufflation ir
Sunday Jan. 18, at noon in the
.I Temple Km.mu-K).
i... al ion i bi i< -n by
Saul M Breeh, Hy
tel, natH>nal advisor will
iluci hi '-t and I h\
- Lehrman, hon< for the
.. n. M ill -jX ak "I 0
(Ifficers to be installed are:
\orman Clment, president;
Dewey Knapp. president
emeritus: Barry Siegel, executive
vice president: Hvman Akop.
\llnrt Anker. Joseph
Schoemann, and Meyer Treink-
man, vice presidents.
Also Joseph Schoemann.
treasurer: Leo Hack and Hea
Rosenfeld. secretaries: H. F.
Sittenfeld. editor: Rabbi Saul H.
Breeh, chaplain: Hyman
Wachtel, national advisor: and
Frank Kaminsky. sergeant-at-
arms.
Honorary trustees: Morris N.
Broad. Jack Gordon, Barton S.
GoldberK. Or. Leonard Haber.
Murray Katz, Ur. Irving I>ehr-
man. Mayor Murray Meyerson,
George Schaeffer. Richard Stone
and Louis Susinan.
Members o| the hoard of direc-
tors include: Kenneth Kaj
chairman: Louis \ronson James
Vstor, David Burssel, Marcus
u I lote I rornitz, Leo Hack.
hi Kaplan Robert Lew.
Murray I Savoj L uis Sch
M V Sittenfeld, Samuel Stock-
"i Alfred Stoni Samuel Toll
and Joseph Zelner.
Eddie SchafEer will MC the
program, and Jud^e Alan Kuker,
immediate past president, will
Conduct the induction ceremony.
Dewey Knapp will he the
recipient of awards from the
chapter and the national organi-
zation which will be presented by
Barry Siegel.
Jewish Worship Hour
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, will appear on
"The Jewish Worship Hour" on
Channel 10 on Sunday, Jan. 11.
IN CELEBRATION OF
60^MNIVERSARY
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m2LT& 'T V 'he T Labo,r Z,u'"st leader Baru h 1 ASouthern togtonal director Irving Gordon with a check for $5,000 to estSbMthe
Baruch Shames room at Yasski Bet Clinic in Beersheba, Israel. On entering the ( n Jsia
ml^n, STZ *"" the?UlSeL inV?!led himself in Labor Z"""' unities. //. ; 25
mental in the forma ton of the first Cuban branch of the Labor Zionist Farband in \euYork
City, with an initial enrollment of 500 members. One of the first programs Shames initiated
"PonmovingtoMiami was the first Israel Bond drive inthe JewishCommunity Left Tight
reZr, iTu*& H?"* ^^ ?C* <"*** Miri Bernhaut. Eve Kok exc-
retory Irving Gordon, executive director Israel Histadrut campaign Josef Bernhaut
&:' MraHh LUSkl: !"T '"* ffiCer f tke execUtive board? Usher Schuchrskico-
r^rZ t y*mb?rA V '"P^to.-Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Terner, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Yarnus
representative of Cuban Hebrew Congregation, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mucasey, representative
toZJlSrA* *&and 1:s-SandorKapla*Leon Schust^ Mr iSETBJG
Rosen, Jacob Forma, Rafael Kravec, Morris Gimelstein, Schumel Shames. The Baruch ShamTs
275 *f *i WHbe ^ 16 S0Utk FlHda ****"" P^jects to be dedicated during
the May group Study Mission to Israel. curing
THE MORE
THINGS CH A
THE MORE
THEY STAY
THE SAME*
Nothing in all of recorded history prepared mankind for the incredible
horror and inhumanity of the Holocaust. For Dachau. For Auschwitz.
For Buchenwald.
Yet less than a half century later, much of the world is anxious to forget.
Few of us see any similarities between the recent bombings of syna-
gogues in Paris, and the infamous Crystal Night in Nazi Germany in 1938.
Few see any similarities in the fact that Hiker swore a final solution to
the Jewish problem in the 30s.
And Arafat swears a final solution to the Israeli problem in the 80s.
Innocent Jewish children were sent to concentration camps in Europe
in the 1940s.
Innocent Israeli children were blown apart or taken hostage by terrorists
in the 1970s.
Some international experts say, "That is where the resemblance ends."
Maybe that's where it begins.
Think about it.
On Sunday, January 18th, the largest nationwide communications network
among Jews ever attempted in the U.S. will be in operation. We call it Super
Sunday. The medium of communication will be the telephone. Be a part of it.
Make sure you are at home to answer your phone, to join with us in this show of
solidarity. To give as much as you can to help us help keep Israel strong and the spirit
of Jewish brotherhood alive everywhere on earth.
When your phone rings this Sunday, pick it up and send a message to the tyrants.
Khomeini and Khadafy and Arafat are afraid of you. And people like you all over
the world.
You are the difference.
On Sunday. January 18th, the phone lines of Miami will bo the front linos in Israel.
Super Sunday Headqi

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\mj 4200 Biscayne Boulevard,Miami, Florida 33137, Phone576-4000
Tune In to WKAT Radio 1360 AM for Super Sunday updates 5 minutes before the hour
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Guest Speakers, Concert
On Agenda at Emanu-El

Friday. January 9, 19^1
Edna Buchanan, Miami Herald
crime reporter, was to be guest
speaker .Thursday at a meeting of
the Temple Emanu-El Forty-
Miners in the Pearlman Mural
Room of the Miami Beach
congregation Henrietta Ixmdon
is president of the Forty-Niners
Refreshments were to he served.
Hurry LeVy, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and Norman Braman.
general chairman of 'he 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Kmergency Fund campaign of
Federation, will be honored by
Temple Emanu-El at its morning
service on Saturday.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El and a former
general chairman of the CJA
drive, will speak on the impor-
tance of the campaign. Both
Levy and Braman are vice presi-
dents of the Miami Beach
congregation and leaders in nu-
merous other community and
religious organizations.
Jan Peerce's golden anniver-
sary concert, celebrating the
former Metropolitan Opera star's
50th anniversary in the theater,
has been rescheduled for Wed-
nesday Jan. 14. 8 p.m. at Temple
Emanu-El. The concert will
launch Temple Emanu-El s 1981
Series, chaired by Ron Wayne,
and co-chairman Edward W.'iner
Carol Cireenberg. president of
Temple Emanu-El said a com-
mittee of patrons and sponsors is
underwriting the series. Special
tickets are available for both
senior citizens and students at
the temple office.
Seascape Club
Groundbreaking
Shepard Broad. Mayor
emeritus and founder of Bay
Harbor Islands, presided at the
City's ground-breaking for
Seascape Club, a residential
condominium.
Present were David Lazan.
attorney: Thomas J. Northcutt.
president of Seascape Associates
development company: Anthony
Nales. town manager: Markus A.
Frankel. architect for Seascape
Club and a principal in Seascape
Associates: Roger Seal. D.I.C.
Construction Company, general
contractor.
Abel and Fana Holtz
Chairing Scholarship Ball
Continued from Page 1-B
Miami, Holtz is a member of the
executive committee of the
Citizens board of the University.
He also serves on the board of
directors of the Mental Health
Assn. oi Dade County and is a
member of the Dade-Monroe
Manpower Planning Council. He
is a member of the Miami District
Advisory Council of the Small
Business Corporation and of the
National B'nai B nth Senior
< 'it izens Housing Committee
Holtz lias received honors from
B nai B'ritb, which selected him
the first recipient in 1972 of its
National Industrial Leader
award. Brandeis University.
State of Israel Bonds and the
Landow Veshiva Center. He
earned his doctor of law degree
from the University of Havana
and a CPA degree from Jose
Marti University.
Mrs Holt/ earned a Doctor of
Pharmacy degree from the
I Diversity ol Havana, is
chairman of the Ballet Society, a
member of the board ol the
Juvenile Diabetes Res
Foundation and secretary-
treasurer ol I ass Bella Imports
01 New York. Inc. She also is
active in Temple Emanu-El and
the Lehrman Day School
Reservations lor the Lehrman
1 lay School Scholarship Ball may
be secured at the temple office.
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Author, Playwright Discuss Role Of Jewish Women

Francine Klagsbrun, author ol
Free To Be You And Me wil
Im joined by playwright Susan
Dworkin in a dialogue entitled
"Changing Hole of Jewish
Women." when they appear
Sunday, Jan. 18, 10a.m. asguest
speakers for Temple Beth Sholom
ol Creator Miami's third annual
omnibus series in the Main
Sanctuary,
Klagsbrun's most recent work.
"Voices of Wisdom-Jewish
Ideals and Ethics tor Everyday
Living" is a eoni|H'ndium ol
writings illustrating the ap-
plicability ol Jewish values and
ethics to contemporary life. Her
bestseller. Free to Be You And
Me. which she co-edited with
actress Mario Thomas, was later
made into a tele\ ision special.
Susan Dworkin, 1- a producing
direct.: al Bergenstage in
Te.mei It, \ J "Hi Was tolltlder
and artistic director nl The New
Jewish Theatre Workshop She is
current!) a contributing editor ol
Ms Magazine and co-author oi
Ms 1.uuie to a Woman's
Health
Coordinated b\ Judy Drucker,
director ol the Cultural \rts
Program, the series is pa.- olthe
Temple Bath Sholom adult
education program and :
possible with the aid ol the H nai
B'nth lecture bureau.
Coffee and cake will l>, served
betore the lectures Individual
tickets are available.
The Gendels At Pinski Shabbat
The next Oneg Shabbat ol the
Pinski Club is scheduled tor
Saturday 2 p m at the Ida
Fisher School Cafeteria
Uershel Gendel and soprano
Mama Oendel. will present a pro
gram ot Yiddish humor and song;
1. l.asnvm. author and lecturer,
will speak on "ArthurZigelbaum,
Mis Life and Tragic End;
musical interlude by
(iovarin on the Concertina
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Ollie Cohen Chairs JTSA Program Concert To Feature Cantor Meise]s
** The Panfnrt AsAomKlv rtf JLV A
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Ollie A. Cohen, of Miami, and
Newton. Mass., has been named
general chairman of this year's
Annual Florida winter program
of The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, its 22nd, it
was announced by the
Seminary's chancellor. Dr.
Gerson D. Cohen.
As general chairman, Cohen, a
board member of the Seminary,
will head up the Seminary's
educational and fund-raising
program in the Miami area
during January and February,
culminating in an academic
convocation and dinner on Feb.
25. The Seminary has embarked
on a major building program to
expand its facilities in order to
keep pace with the growing
demands for its educational and
service programs. The Jewish
Theological Seminary is the
parent body of Conservative
Judaism, the largest Jewish
religious group on the continent.
Cohen piom-ered the self-
M-rvice department store He was
the CO-founder, hoard chairman.
and for many yean chief
executive officer ot King's
Congregation Kehillath Israel in
BrookHne, Mass., vice president
and a life trustee of the Brookline
Hospital, a fellow of Brandeis
University, a life member of the
Muscular Dystrophy Assn., a
member of the Bay Street Society
for the Crippled and Han-
dicapped, and a member of the
President's Council of Boston
College.
Cohen is a recipient of the
Human Relations award of the
American Jewish Committee and
has been honored by the Jewish
Theological Seminary with its
national community service
award and eternal light medal. In
1976, he was inducted into the
Seminary's Society of Fellows.
He and his wife are founders of
the (ireater Seminary.
The Cantors Assembly of
America, together with the Del
Prado Minyan, will present a
concert of cantorial masterpieces
on Wednesday evening at the Del
Prado Auditorium.
Participating in the program
will be Cantors Mario
Botoshansky and Saul Meisels
from the Miami region, and
Arthur Koret from Hartford,
Conn. Accompanists are Ida
Ruth Meisels and Rochelle Roth-
pearl.
The Cantors Assembly is a
national organization whose
world-wide membership com-
prises cantors officiating in
conservative synagogues
throughout the United States,
Canada and Europe.
The Assembly sponsors
scholarships for cantorial
Cantor Saul Meisels
students at the Cantors Institute
of the Jewish Theological
Seminarv of America.
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Mrs. Alderson will make a per-
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Mrs Alderson describes tour-
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meet with lellow Jews abroad to
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at first hand the differences in
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At the meeting she will discuss
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Kissinger's Shuttling
Urges Role for Jordanian Talks
By HUGH ORGEL
^ TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger suggested
here that President-Elect
Reagan should meet
separately with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
and President Anwar Sadat
after he takes office, to be
followed possibly by a tri-
partite summit meeting He
said he was pleased with
the progress of Israeli-
Egyptian negotiations to
date but thought the
meetings he outlined would
lu-lp advance the movement
toward an agreement.
Kissinger arrived here Sunday
nigh; after several days in Kgypt
an unscheduled side trip to
Somalia Ik- insisted thai his
rent trip to the Middle East is
private and unofficial.
"I AM here as a private
citizen, hut I will certainly talk to
In Israel
l)r Kissinger
President-Elect Reagan and with
Secretary oJ State-designate
(Alexander) llaig about my im-
pressions of this visit," he sail!.
Kissinger is traveling with his
wife, Nancy, and with William
Paley, president of the Columbia
Broadcasting System (CBSl
whose private plane they are
using.
The former Secretarj oi State
scotched -peculation thai he
might replace Sol LinowitZ as the
special Presidential envoj to the
Henry Favors Unity For Jerusalem
Continued from Page 1-H
fire fi edly having asked
Shafir a month ago to postpone
an investigation of possible
criminal activity within the
Interior Ministry until after the
Knesset elections scheduled for
November. 1981
Shafir was dismissed after he
admitted to a Knesset committee
last week that the police had
deliberately leaked false informa-
tion to the press on the bribe-
taking case against Religious
Affairs Minister Aharon Abu-
riatzeira. a member of Burgs
National Religious Party (NRP).
Israel has firmly denied a
report by the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFILI that Israeli soldiers
have mutilated the bodies of five
Arab terrorists killed in a clash
last week. The UNIFIL report
said Israeli soldiers have burned,
booby-trapped and blown-up the
bodies of five terrorists they
klled on Dec. 25.
"We do not mutilate bodies,"
the Israeli army spokesman said,
lit said that Israel reported on
Flee 25 that the five terrorists
had been discovered by a routine
palorl just across the Lebanese
border and killed in a clash.
The terrorists had been holed
up in a cave and grenades had
been thrown m by the Israeli
troops, setting off explosives
carried by the
spokesman said.
terrorists, tin-
Sen. Frank Church (1).. Idahol.
outgoing chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee.
has urged President-Elect
Reagan to make very clear his
position on the Middle Fast,
especially his support of Israel, in
order to blunt the thrust of con-
trary views being advanced by
some of his aides and officials of
the new Administration.
Church, who lost his reelection
bid last November, arrived in
Israel last Friday on a private
visit. He said on a radio interview
that he did not doubt the sin-
cerity of Reagan's pro-Israel
statements.
"What concerns me are those
other forces which are at work
those who say on the one hand
that our oil problems would be
solved if the Israelis were not so
intransigent and others who say
that if the Israelis would cooper-
ate we could get peace in the
Middle East and that would lead
to stability and an assured
supply of oil," Church said.
"These people have increased
their numbers. Their influence in
Congress is larger than before."
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Assembly
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Cantorial
Masterpieces
Participating Hazzanim:
Mario Botoshansky
Arthur Koret
Saul Meiseis
DEL PRADO AUDITORIUM
JANUARY 14,1981
8 p.m.
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Middle East after Reagan is in
augurated Jan. 20. He said "
was not looking for a job in the
new Administration and did not
want to become involved in day-
to-day negotiations.
"Hut I have said I would be
ready to undertake special
rfli88n9 al .ritual period- il
such will occur in the Middle
East, which is difficult to predict
at thi* moment, hi' said
LAS'! MONTH. Rid
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head I >'' Securitj '
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servt pecial ad\
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matters ana that hi
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ger's pn
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approval
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evening and dined later at the
home i Israel former v
sador :<> the I S Simcha Dinitz
In the morning, the Amei
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ers and flew to the I t;
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Temple Beth Am Handlemon Named Vice Chairman
State Sen. John Vogt, Cocoa Beach, left, and Florida Power &
Light Company Research and Development coordinator Dave
Jopling participated in the opening of the Florida Solar Energy
Center's solar home at Cape Canaveral recently. Solar energy
panels shown over their heads are expected to provide most of
the energy consumed in the house, feeding power into the FPL
system network during times with plenty of sunshine, and
taking electricity in from FPL lines at other times. FPL pro-
vided some of the solar panels and part of the equipment that
will be used in measuring results of the test.
Emanu-El Groups Hold Plant Sale
The Lehrman Day School and
the Keligious School of Temple
I manu-bX are holding a plant
sale in conjunction with their
I".ilh annual 1'urini carnival and
l>a/.aur. announced Mrs. Joseph
Mali k, I'l \ president.
I'lants aif now on sale in thr
i Imol office at the Lehrman Daj
School. Monday through Friday.
from 8:30 a.m. lo 3:30 p.m.
Proceeds from the plant sale
will no towards the Lehrman Daj
School, said Mrs. Irwin Loeb,
chairman ol the carnival and
lia/.aar
The I'urim carnival and bazaar
will l held al the Lehrman Daj
School on Sunda; March 22. VII
donut ions are tax dcdtictil>l>'
An Evening With Chaim Potok
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Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision
Education Courses
Start Jan. 12
The Adult Education
Department of Temple Beth Am
announces that its winter term of
adult education courses will
begin on Monday, at the temples
campus. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.
The first course will be
"Building Your Child's Self-
esteem." led by Nancy Kirsner
and given in conjunction with
Miami Dade Community College.
The course consists of four two
hour sessions on Monday af-
ternoons from 12:15 to2:15p.m.
The second offering is entitled
"What Jews Believe About God"
and is an overview of Jewish
thought and theology from
Biblical times to modern times
led by Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard. senior rabbi of
Temple Beth Am. Rabbi
Baumgard "s course begins
Tuesday evening. Jan. 20.
On Wednesday. Jan. 21, Mrs.
Lenore Kipper will offer a
beginners Hebrew language class
entitled Hebrew From Scratch."
After four weeks of beginners
Hebrew for adults, Mrs. Kipper
will follow up with "More He-
brew In Preparation for
Passover." During the eight
weeks, adults will be able to
begin reading basic Hebrew text,
and will obtain special prepara-
tion in the reading of the Pass-
iver Haggadah at the Seder
table.
Beginning in February, there
Mill be a series conducted by
three psychiatrists who are
members "I Temple Beth \m.
Drs. Harry Graff, Morton
Notarius, and Howard Golden
who will lead a series "ii inter-
personal relationships entitled
Person To Person."
\Kn in February, Prof.
Yehuda Shamir ol the Universitj
il \l lami I leparl m nl ol
Religion, will offer a course in
I udaism and Islam This
course will provide greater un-
inline ol Islam which has
come esui. nl n ligious and
political force now making itsell
felt l rou| he world
For more information ",i thse
and other aduli education
coui es conl acl Kabbi Morton
Hoffman. Adult Education
Coordinator at T mple Beth Km
English Orchestra
Highlights Series
At Beth Sholom
The English Chamber
Orchestra, under the direction of
George Malcolm and featuring
lamed flutist Ingrid Dingfelder in
a solo performance will highlight
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami's Great IVrlormance
Series when the ensemble per-
forms in concert Wednesday.
Ian. 21 at 8:30 p.m. in the
Temple's Main Sanctuary.
The English Chamber
Orchestra has become the
favored artistic vehicle for many
of the world's great musicians.
Over the last two decades, the
orchestra has been invited to
perform throughout the world
and remains closely associated
with such prestigious artists as
Ashkenazy. Barenboim, Perahia,
Perlman and Zukerman.
Coordinated by Cultural Arts
Director, Judy Drucker.
Joseph Handleman has been
elected national vice chairman of
the American Red Magen David
for Israel. The organization
supports the Magen David
Adorn, Israel's official Red Cross
agency.
Former congressman Emanuel
teller of New York is ARMDI
national chairman.
Handleman. national president
for five years before being elected
vice chairman, is a founder of the
University of Miami, a pacesetter
of the Greater Miami .Jewish
I Federation, a century trustee of
Israel Bonds and a major con-
tributor to Dropsie University.
He is a leader of Beth David
Congregation and of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
He is working with leaders of
the Magen David Adorn and the
Government of Israel to begin
construction of a new, central
blood bank near Tel Aviv with
the aid of$10 million being raised
by the ARM 1)1.
Bay Harbor Plans Singalong, Bazaar
Bay Harbor Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its regular
meeting on Monday 12:30 p.m. at
the Washington Savings and
Loan auditorium. 1132 Kane
Concourse. Bertha Kirsch will
conduct a singalong. ac-
companied by pianist, Irene
Dortman.
The chapter will sponsor a
bazaar to be held in Surfside
Community Center. A preview
showing and sale will take place
on Sunday. Jan. 25. from 8 to 10
p.m.. and continue on Jan. 26
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Friday, January 9, lgyj
Ruth Navon and Gadi Elon
Star in Show from Israel
From Israel With Love is an
international festival of song and
dance, majestic and colorful,
capturing the spirit of Israel with
beautiful costumes and toe-
tapping; handclapping music
coming to the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts,
for one show only, Saturday, Jan.
17 at 8:30 p.m.
One of the outstanding aspects
of the show is the dancing which
ranges from traditional yemenite
and chassidic to modern youth
kibutz.
Talents employed by the group
also includes traditional
narrators, singers, musicians, as
well as the dancers.
Popular Israeli vocalists. Kuthi
Navon and Gadi Elon. will be
featured in this celebration,
entertaining with both popular
and folk songs.
Ms. Navon began her career in
the Israeli Army and soon
became Israel's top singing
attraction. Eventually, she
moved into television, theatre,
concerts and recording. Ms.
Navon started touring in 1973 in
Europe and South Africa arriving
in the United States as the star of
the first Chassidic Festival that
performed here from coast to
coast. Ruthi possesses an ex
pressive voice, and her im-
provistory technique is one of her
trademarks.
Gadi Elon is also a dynamic
stage personality. An ariisi ol
great versatility. Gadi is an
actor, linger, comedian, balladeer
and folksinger. He reaches deep
into tradition and weaves them
with the present, both reflecting
Israel's lifesong.
Chapman, Harris Receive
Award at Beth David
Alvah H. Chapman, president
of Knight- Ridder Newspapers,
Inc., and attorney Marshall S.
Harris, community leaders, will
receive the annual Fine Arts of
Beth David award on Saturday.
Jan. 17. during the Brothers
Peskanov gala reception at Beth
David Congregation. The
reception will follow the debut of
virtuosos violinist Mark
Peskanov and pianist Alexander
Peskanov.
The Fine Arts award is given
in recognition of Chapman's and
Harris' contribution to the cul-
tural community, and of their
successful efforts to revitalize the
Florida Philharmonic. The award
includes a monetary gift of a
promising University of Miami
graduate student, who will
perform at a special "Musicale."
Chapman, a third-generation
newspaper executive, is
president, chief executive officer,
and member of the board of
directors of Knight-Kidder News-
papers, Inc.. which publishes 34
daily papers across the country.
Currently, he is a member of the
Orange Bowl Committee, as well
as chairman of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce Com-
mittee. Mr. Chapman was the
first recipient of the Bill Haggs
Memorial "Man of Action"
award.
Harris, a partner in the firm of
Harris and Sirkin, and senior vice
president of Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, is a member of the
executive committee and board
of directors of Untied Way of
Dade County. He is currently
president of the Florida Philhar-
monic. A former member of the
Florida House of Representa-
tives, he was the winner of the
Allen Morris award as "Most
Valuable Member of the House"
in 1970. 1972. and 1973. He
received the St. Petersburg
Times award as "Most Valuable
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Member of the House" in both
1970 and 1974.
"Alvah H. Chapman and
Marshall S. Harris have donated
their talents and countless hours
of volunteer effort to ensure our
community's commitment to
quality." said Roberta Shevin.
chairman of the awards com-
mittee. "The Fine Arts of Beth
David is proud to honor their
contribution to Dade County's
cultural life."
Dr. Sol Landau, rabbi of Beth
David Congregation, will make
the official presentation.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sol Landau are
honorary chairmen of the gala;
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Zakarin are
gala chairmen; Toby Ansin is
chairman of the Fine Arts of Beth
David; Lotte Landau Glover is
vice chairman: Mrs. Sam
Badanes and Mrs. Robert
Traurig are ticket chairmen.
For tickets and information,
call Beth David Congregation.
Unforgettable Musical Concert
Monday, January 19 at 7p.m.
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The Board of Directors of
Talmudic University
extends a hearty
Mazeltov
to Rabbi & Mrs. Gimpel Orimland,
one of its original trustees,
on the occasion of
the birth of their new
grandson
Yitzchok Aaron Rafael.
The proud father, Yaakov
is doing graduate work at
the university's Kollel
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The Board of Directors
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Jewish Theatre
in America, Ben Bonus and the Konover Hotel present, for a
limited engagement, international stage star Lao Kucha, in One
ol ,i Kind. a traditional Yiddish musical comedy opening
Tuesday. Feb. '. in the Konover Theatre.
Fuchs also directed and composed the music and lyrics foi
this two act comedy about a widower, his two sons and their
shared love1.
Airman 1st Class Marvin M. Markowitz. son of Delores M
Irwinand Marvin M. Markowitz. both of Miami, has gradual.d
from the U.S. An Force communications operations Specialists
course at Goodfellow Air Force BaSS, Texas.
Graduates of the course earn credits toward an asaociati
degree in applied science through the Community College of the
Air Force
Airman Markowitz w ill now serve at Kadena Air Base. Japan
Living in Step His. Hers. Ours" is the title of a spa
workshop on the problems faced by people who divorce and re
marry. It will be held at the Mkhael Ann Russell JCC on
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The workshop is free and open to the
community
Winners ol the 1980 Jefferson National Bank at Sunny Isles
Open Goll Tournament have been announced by Norman Gillrr.
president ol the bank, and by George Broad, president ol
Galahad Dade Golf Club which hosts the annual tourney.
Individual trophies went to Morrih Gale. low net in Class \
Lou Barnett. low net in Class H; and Harry Bos worth, low ne-t in
Class C. Permanent trophies are on display at Jefferson
National Bank.290Sunn) Isles Blvd.
Miami Beach residents Dr. and Mrs. (Gail) Martin Kraidin are
planning their third trip to Israel in August where Dr. Kraidin.
periodonlisl, has again volunteered his services to direct an oral
hygiene' program at Kibbutl Kfar Blum in Upper Galilee. The
Kraidins and their three children. Jonathan. 14. Adam. 11, and
Klizabeth. 7. worked at the kibbutz with Gail assisting her
husband in the periodontic program and the children working in
thedair) barn and cotton fields
United States Committee Sports for Israel, sponsors of the
Maccubiah Games to be held in Israel this July, are having tr\
outs lor wrestlers in South Florida in March. For information.
contact Ben Sieel i St ate Chairman).
On Jan \K following Sabbath evening services, a living play,
addressing two-sided viewpoints by adult children and their
uging parents, took place at Temple Zion. "A Choice To Make."
directed by Don Cuvo, is under the auspices of the United
I'.imib and Children Services
Parents and children an- invited to explore the wonders of
sleep away summer camping at the New Jersey YMHA-YWHA
camps Two meetings will In- held in South Florida. On Wed
m-sclav there will be a session at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC
Thursday, Jan 15, the meeting will be held at the South Dade
JCC Keith sessions will begin at 7:30p.m.
"As You Love
Thyself"
Transactional Analysis and Tradition
An Introductory two hour seminar on Trans-
actional Analysis for traditional singles,
couples, parents, the young and the o'd. By
Rabbi Yosef Rubenstein, orthodox rabbi and
noted psychotherapist.
When: Wednesday Evening, February 25,8 p.m. sharp
Where: Howard Johnsons Motor Lodge on Alton Rd., Miami Beach
How: Attendance is limited and must be preceded by a
$10 registration fee. You may register by sending your
name and phone number with your check payable to:
The Behavioral Learning Center
14411S. Dixie Hivy., Suite 215 A
Miami, Fla. 33156
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Friday. January 9, 1981
^Pioneer Women Chapters
Feature Varied Programs
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The annual Child Rescue Fund
luncheon of Club I Pioneer
Women will be held Sunday,
noon, at the Embassy Restaur-
ant, Miami Beach.
The annual affair, which is
designated as the "Sisters
Luncheon," is underwritten
every year by sisters, Ruth
Hudovsky and Rose Mann, to
honor Freda Kaufman and Rose
Sokolowitz. life members of the
organization and contributors
I Harriet Green, national vice
president of the American Zionist
Federation and president of the
South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women, will be featured speaker.
She will discuss the impressive
network of Child Care Centers
throughout the State of Israel.
Entertainment will be provided
by singer, Tony Simone.
*"v Sophie Krantz is president of
Club I and the event is open to
the public. Reservations may be
-(cured at the Pioneer Women
office.
A review of the book, "Of
HIkkI and Hope." by Samuel
Pisar, will highlight the Sunday
meeting of the Kinneret Chapter.
The session will take place at 12
noon in the auditorium of Wash-
Alpha
Omega
v Tribute
The State of Israel
Maimonides Award will be
presented to Dr. Meyer Kggnatz
at a tribute dinner to be held in
In-- honor Thursday evening in
cooperation with the State of
Israel Honds Organization and
the Alpha Omega Dental
V raternitiy.
Chairman of the tribute is Dr.
W illiam K. Silver. Co-chairmen
an Dr. Michael Rosenberg,
president of Miami Alpha
Omega; Dr. Alan Horowitz.
pre-ident of Rroward Alpha
Omega and Doctors Paul Rich-
man and Stephen Wander.
"r Kggnatz has served as
international president of Alpha
Omega and is a founder of the
Dental School at the Hebrew
I niversity in Jerusalem. He is a
member of the staff of the Mount
Sinai Medical Center.
Special guests will be Rabbi
Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of
[emple lleth Sholom and Robert
k Mayer Kvans, foreign
! indent and former bureau
chief of CBS in Moscow.
'Shalom, Peace'
An Exhibit Of
Drawing, Poems
My Shalom. My Peace." an
^^fci'iiinn of 29 drawings and
'>tftt poems by Israeli and Arab
children will open on Sunday.
J'iri 11 with a family reception at
Uw South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center, from 7 to 9 p.m.
' will remain on display until
Jan 25
I lie exhibition was organized
h> United Jewish Appeal, and its
ppearance in South Dade is
being co sponsored by Jewish
Community Centers of South
H'-nda and the South Dade office
ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Judy Stopek and
^*r"l Cantor are co-chairing the
ming reception.
Any school or group interested
", ">ng "My Shalom. My
''"' should contact Marsha
ootkm at the South Dade Jewish
immunity Cent*
r
ington Savings and Loan Assn.,
1133 Normandy Dr. The book
will be reviewed by Gitel Jackson
Kahn, president of Yivo
Institute.
The Beba Idelson Chapter will
hold its regular meeting at 12
noon. Wednesday, at Wash-
ington Savings and Loan Assn..
1133 Normandy Dr. Sarah
Kaufman is president of the
chapter.
Miriam Gingold. national ad-
visor, will speak on Pioneer
Women and Na'amat. its sister
counterpart in Israel, and on the
current situation in the Middle
Fast.
A musical program will high-
light the holiday of Tu B-Shevat.
The meeting is open to the public
and refreshments will be served.
National Jewish womens Organization
seeks field representative, organizing
chapters in new areas. Experience com-
munity activity. Car necessary. Benefits.
Send resume to 420 Lincoln Road, Suite
430, Miami Beach, Fla. 33139
iEngogement
Mrs. Svhilil
Lipson Schilit
Diana Lipson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Lipson, became the
bnde of Howard Schilit on
Thursday, Jan. 1. at lleth Tnrah
C "nKri'gation. The bridgegroom
is the son ol Mr. and Mrs.Irvine
Schilit of New Vrk. The
newly-weds will live in
Gaithersburg, Md.
Simon Nussbaum & Fred Costa Present
"An Inflation of Song and Laughter"
sponsored by the Workmen's Circle. Russian Branch 686 New York
Organizer: Louis Kapelott
Konover Theatre, 5445 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
Saturday, January 10,1981 Show time 8 p.m
Emil Gorovets Simon Nussbaum Sonia Lemberg
Russia's Great Special Guest Stars (rom
Popular Singer Buenos Aires. Paris
Orchestra: Sergio Nogal
and accompanying Emil Gorovets Vladimir Rattner
Zelkowitz Ross
The engagement of Robin
Zelkowitz to Andrew Ross has
been announced by their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zelkowitz of
North Miami Beach and Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Ross of Oceanside,
NY.
Miss Zelkowitz is a graduate of
the Hebrew Academy and New
York University. She received
her Masters Degree and a
Doctorate in Psychology from
Columbia University. Mr. Ross is
a graduate of Pace University
and is presently a financial
executive with American
Express.
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Friday. January 9.1981
Israel Bond Events
Robert Russell, a Jewish
community leader, has been
named chairman of the State of
Israel Bonds New Life dinner, to
be held March 1. at the Konover
Hotel, according to Gary R.
Gerson. Bonds' General Cam-
paign Chairman.
Russell described the dinner as
'an exciting and emotional
evening as the New Life awards
will be presented to men and
women who have distinguished
themselves in inudstry or
commerce, philanthropy, medical
sciences, the arts or education.
These awards will be presented to
those who have suffered through
the horrors of the Holocaust and
who have been reborn into a new
iife in our great country," he
noted.
Those honored will be selected
*>y nomination, throughout the
community, from Jewish
organizations, synagogues and
individuals. An impartial
selection committee will be
ormed by Russell to select the
honorees.
Russell, long active in Jewish
communal affairs, has been an
active participant in Jewish
philanthropic and service
organizations, including State of
Israel Bonds. Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Robert Russell
and the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee.
A former president of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, Russell was the
director of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
He has also been active with the
United Jewish Appeal, Tel Aviv
University, the Jewish Aiency
for Israel and the University of
Miami. He has been the recipient
of numerous honors and awards
for his leadership in Jewish and
civic affairs.
ifmund and Sylvia Topfer
EDEN ISLES
Kden Isles Condominium will
ior three resident families with
rael's Solidarity awards at a
\i>.'ht ;;; Israel I
i Monday at 8 p.m.. in the
n l;leg \"-.t\ houa Th< ev< i
with
Si Israel Bonds
anization.
i- I are Stall .ml and
ia \nn '!'- ler and
and Dorothy Seitel The
- have long been act
sh communal affairs anil
served the community and
State of Israel in various
ership capacities. The Night
rael" is being sponsored by
Kastern Shores B'nai B'rith
1 ige 2954, I nt era ma Women's
American ORT, North Dade
Children's Center Chapter 3 and
the Kastern Isles Social Club.
Bert and Milton Samuels are
chairmen and special guest will
lx Kmil Cohen, Jewish humorist.
FORUM
Residents of the Forum will
g; her to honor Beatrice and
H man Karpf. who will receive
It ael's Solidarity award at the
F um "Night in Israel" to be
he.d Tuesday. The Karpfs are
active in B'nai B'rith and the
A rti Defamation League. They
hi. .e been leaders in various
ot her Jewish communal affairs.
Special guest will be Gideon
Peleg, professor of political
science and Mid-East expert. The
event is sponsored by the
W izmann Lodge B'nai B'rith
and chairman of the event is
M> -is Schneiderman.
Sam and Dorothy Seitel
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WINSTON TOWERS 900
A Salute to Israel" will be
held at Winston Towers 300 on
Wednesday. Jan. 21 at 8:30 p.m.
The Israel scroll of honor will be
presented to Winston Towers 300
residents. recognizing their
concern and devotion to the State
of Israel and their strong support
of the Israel Bonds Program.
Chairmen are Henny Nortman
and Edward Sattin. Special guest
will be Emil Cohen, noted Jewish
humorist.
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Annual Institute For the Clergy At Temple Israel
"The 31st annual Institute for
the Clergy will be held at Temple
Israel on Tuesday, Jan. 20,"
according to Rabbi Brett
Goldstein. "Renamed in memory
of the late Dr. Joseph Narot, this
interreligious forum is made
possible through the Evelyn
Behrman Memorial Foundation.
One hundred rabbis, ministers,
and priests from throughout
South Florida will select from
among workshops on the theme
of Family Crisis." Kabbi
Goldstein stated.
James Henry. MS. will help
clergymen explore additional
sources available for psy-
chological and spiritual help.
Wendy Joffe. PhD. will discuss
the effects of separation and
divorce upon parents, children,
and other members of the family.
Judy Socolow, MS, will
conduct an investigation of the
aspects of coping with serious
illness and death for the patient
and the family. The efficacy of
the hospice movement and non-
conventional approaches will be
highlighted.
Rabbi Goldstein. MHL. will
lead a discussion and analysis of
the reasons for the growth of the
cultic movements and will
present some alternatives for
strengthening the programs of
our own institutions.
Frank Magrath. regional
chairman of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
will share his personal reflections
about the late Dr. Joseph Narot.
"Members of the clergy can
play a significant role in helping
the beleaguered American
family," explains Temple Israel's
Rabbi Goldstein. "But some-
times we need help and guidance,
too; we need to pool our
emotional resources and draw
upon each other's common ex-
periences. Our annual Institute
Rabbi Brett Goldstein
affords local leaders the oppor-
tunity to take a fresh look at the
major pastoral concerns that
threaten the stability of our con-
gregants."
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'Sky's the Limit'
To be Reviewed
By Dr. Lehrman
Dr. Irving lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
review the best seller The Sky's
The Limit" by Dr. Wayne W.
Dyer, at the Sisterhood and PTA
mid-winter petite luncheon Wed-
nesday noon, in the Friedland
Ballroom.
, right: Mrs. Frank Di Franco MrsTHarold Kurte arut memSrTwS, ttTtt T tile
Cm r d,rUSSm !he FCmple *""& Sister, afternoon program Mrs. NormS
yul PTA mid-winter petite luncheon Wednesday noon M GUIer is luncheon chairman.
|ar Mitzvah
u i. m:\vm \n
son New man, will obsen e his
i ai Beth Torah ( o
Sh ibbat morning
- .1 Hay student "i the
Torah Harold \\<>Jk
and i seventh
m ul Highland (laks
1 Ii| S 'hool.
li- horn Ins parent s w ill
|i iht Kiddusn follow
ri\ ices I n aildil ion to
the 11aftorah Paul u il!
| i : f thi Shal
Id in hi-
Youth Programs
Highlighted
\\ enl ura-Eastern Shi i
Chapter of Zohara Hadassah v,;i|
hold it- regular monthly meeting
on Monday, al 12:30 p.m al the
Vventura Jewish ( enter
The meeting will highlight tin
youth programs ol Hadassah
Imth in Israel and in thi United
Slab -
Kefre: hments w ill be sen ed.
Lincoln BMW
Lincoln Chapter, H nai B
will hold its regular meeting i
V. !:. .,' [ a II
Linco n I
-i \ (!
Committal members include,
Mrs Harold Kurte. president;
Mrs Robert Frank, associate
vie. president. Mrs. Meyei
Levina n nd Mrs Maxwell
Berger
Dr Dyer ml. 0f The Sky s
lr" Limit, earlier be,,
Better Your Erroneous Zones,
is .i practicing therapist
Reservations should be made
ip advance by calling Sisterhood
office.
Wednesday Forum
1 he "i n i> i 'ommit u ol
Cireater Miami will present Dr
Israel Knox a; its weeklj forum
>n Wednesday 1:30 p.m ai
remple Beth Sholom Dr.Knox t
'"l,K will be 'Israi and th<
Pra What Kind of
relationship?'
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Contact your local representative
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Owner Director will De in
Florida area month of January
Judaica Classes
President Leo Plotkin of the
Association for Jewish Special
Education, announces that the
week of Jan. 5 began the second
10-week term of Judaica classes.
This is thfe fourth year that the
association, a private non-profit
organization, has sponsored such
classes county-wide. For further
information, call Vera Plotkin or
Charlotte Klieman.
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BO (iod sent Moses in Pharaoh once more with the following
words: Go in unto Pharaoh and tell him: '. If thou
refuse to lit My people go, behold, tomorrow will I bring locusts
into lli\ border" (Exodus U I II. Pharaoh would not be
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Simcha Freodman
Cantor Ian Alpern Conservative
Friday night services 8:15 p.m.
Bat Mitzvah ot Pamela Kaiser
Saturday morning service 8:30
Bar Mitzvah of Alan Axelroa
Sun.. Jan 11. Men's Club Picnic
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumga'o
S. Miami 667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Stual G Weinblatt. Associate RabOi
Morton Hoffman, Associate Rabbi
Religious Service Friday 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Baumgard will speak on
A Lesson in Magic
A Commentary on the Plagues
Against Pharoah"
Torah Service Saturday
9:15and11:15a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone:854-3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Fri. 8 p.m.

Synagogue Listings
Candleiight'oj Time
5:29
4Shevat574<
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adler, Cantor
Friday night at 8 p.m
Rabbi Maxwell Berger Mill speak
Saturday morning service 9 m.
Dr Lehrman will preach
Special Tribute to
Harry A. Levy & Norman Braman
at 10:30
[TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATFi= MIAM
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th Street. Miami. 573-590C
9990 North Kendall Drive. 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor: Jacob G. Bornstein
Administrator: Raymond Chait
Rabbi Herschel M. Bernat will
discuss "The New Ann Semitism
Not So New." Rabbi Goldstein
will disucss "Can Israel Really
Survive?" (Kendall branch)
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables
Reform
r,67-5657
6ETH KODESH
Modern Traditional Miami. Fla.
Rabbi Max Shapiro 858 6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon for Yahrzeiten
Daily 7:45 a.m. ft 5:30 p.m.
Saturday service 8:45 a.m.
Late Friday eve service 8:15 p.m.
Guest Speaker Dr. D. Michelson
will discuss "American Jewry
Looks to the Eighties"
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. & 41st St. 538-7231
Dr. Leon Kronish, Rabbi Liberal
Cantor David Conviser
Sabbath service 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Kronish: "Our Partnership is Never
Ending, Will You respond on Super
Sunday?" Sat. service 10:45 a.m.
Michael B. Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gabies and the
Southwest area
Sabbath services
Friday evening 8 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat to Follow
Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bat Mitzvah of
Lori Weiss
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Friday Services at 8:15 p m.
Saturday Services at 9 a.m.
8ETH TORAH 947-7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Friday eve service at 8 p.m.
Guest Speaker
Dr. Ann Reuben
CONGREGATION
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8460 SW 154 Circle Court #111
Miami, Fla. Modern Orthodox
Rabbi Warren Kasztl 382-0898
Sabbath Services 9 a.m.
Adult Education Wed. 8 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat Fri. at 8 p.m.
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'RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Executive Vice President
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone. 57&4OO0
[rtjobinical Association Office
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay, Administrator
Sabbath eve services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. first Friday of month)
Sabbath morning services 10:30
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Greene
E
EMPLE2JON
8000 Miller Drive
Conservative
271-2311
'
f Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Guests Are Welcome To Attend
Mondays ft Thursdays Minyan 7
a.m., Teitler Chapel. Fri., Jan. 9,
8:15 p.m., Adult Forum Sabbath. Dr.
Shapiro will officiate. Cantor Ben
Dickson will chant the liturgy.
Following services, a living play on
aging parents. Sat., Jan. 10. 9 a.m..
Sabbath services. Teitler Chapel-
UN ITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St., N. Mia-; Beach.
Fla. 33162 947-6094. Rabh avid B.
Saltzman, executive director.
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGA- ONS
119 E. FlaglerSt., Miami, Fla. 33131
379-4553. Rabbi Lewis L. Bogage.
Director, Union of American
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Friday,January 9.1981
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news events that happen in or relate to Israel and the
Mideast.
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Israel and the people of Israel.
Which is quite natural, since mass media coverage in the
U.S. is always going to focus first on how global events
will affect the U.S.
That's the way the New York Times covers the news And
the Miami Herald. And the Miami News.
The Jewish Floridian takes a different perspective We
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Warehouseman and Ware-
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Inter -City \ Ml
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09493 ...ill K 18 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.81 1S8FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
in re the mama.
RITA HERNANDEZ
PWUtiOmi Wile
v -
CARLOS HERN INDEZ
: lespi ndenl 11 isoa i
TO CARLOSHERN tNDEZ
Residence I'nKiioun
"l C \Rl.os HER
n LNDEZ are hereby notified
to file your answer to this
Petition for Dissolution of Mar
riage with the Clerk of the
Court and mail a copy to
P loner Attorney DANIEL
QALLI P, -'.W Balxedo Street.
Coral Cables. Florida. ;t3134. on
or before February 19M else
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed
This 6th day of January. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By A D. Wade
Deputy Clerk
HM60 Jan. 9 16. 23. 30. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN thai the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
undei the fictitious name of
INTERN ation al
CLOTHING EXCHANGE,
INC .ii number 230 N'W mm
Avenue, m the City of Haiian
dale, Florida, intends to
register llie said name with Ihe
Clerk hi the Circuit court of
I i I taint) Florida
Dated at Hallandale.
Florida, itn> 28 : ,\ i
. 1980
BENSTEINMAN
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r londa on this 19 day of
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RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
DadeCountv. Florida
By N A tlewetl
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Albert L. Carncarte, P A
2191 NW7lh Street
Miami. Florida .13121
'30SI819 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
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INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 80 /4S5 C A 22
NOTICE OF ACTION
ALLSTATE MORTAGE COR-
PORATION OF FLORIDA.
Cross Plaintiff,
va.
MORRIS FENTON FRANKS.
etals .
Cross De fe n dan ts.
TO: Morns Fenton Ebanks
and Julia Lee K hanks
Residence unknown
YOU \RK NOTIFIED that a
cross-cnmplalnt to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property
The South thirty seven and
nne-half (37 J > feet of Lot
Thirteen i 13 in Hlock Two
12i of SHOVMAH ES
TATE8, SECTION THREE
ill, according to me Plat
thereof as recorded in Plat
Hook Eighty-nine i89> at
rage Forty-seven i!7i of
Ihe Public Rei ordsof Dade
Coun!> Florida
icei filed against, you and
an required !o serve a
, opy hi your written deft
il any to it "n Elliot I. Miller.
i toss plaintiff itti
\l-: .'il Street :i ur bctorc
lann..i 1981 ind file ihe
original with ihe dark of this
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09444 26 1980,
in 2. 9.11 -:
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
GIVEN hat the mderslgned.
desiring 10 engage ,n Business
under the ficlilious name
BLINDS MANUFACTURING.
INC., at 4440 NW 73rd Avenue
Miami Florida, intends to
register said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida
BUNDS
MANCFACTCRING, INC
MARTIN ROTH
Attorney for Owner
09416 Dec 19. 28.1980,
Jan. 2.9.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90.11742 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
SHIRLEY MAE DOCC.LAS
Petitioner Wife
\ I
GEORGE DOUGLAS
P-esponnent-Hushand
TO GEORGE DOI ULAS
' QLAS
are hereby notified to file
answer!
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MUd petition on petitioner -
attorney, GEORGE r
RAMANI B843 Suite 7ii
UlscayiM limiding. 19 Wesi
Flagier Street. Miami K.
S81SH and file the Original
Answer or Pleading .., the
oftice of ihe Circuit Court
l lerk. on 01 before 23rd day of
January. 19M if you fail to do
so judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition
DONE AND ORDERED al
Miami, Dade County. Florida
Ihls 23 day of Dec., 19m
RICHARD PBRINKER
Cln mi Court Clerk
Dade ( ounty. Florida
B M.Erice
Deputy Clerk
... "' 2.i980...
Jan. 2. 9,18 1981
/
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ly, January 9, 1981
iblic Notice
)TICE OF ACTION
ITRUCTIVE SERVICE
[(NO PROPERTY)
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF
(ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
:uiTOFFLORICA. IN
i FOR DADE COUNTY
livil Action No SO to6
EAMILY DIVISION
|CE FOR DISSOLUTION
[ OF MARRIAGE
t. TIM mai rmgcof
La 08
(turner
lAMIN SILVA
Ipondent
BENJAMIN SI1 V,\
Respondent
lit -adence I'nknown
ARE HEREBY N.vri
that a petition for Dis-
i>( your Marriage has
|fllt'(l and commenced In
Diirt and you are required
ve a copy of your written
If any. to It on
lARDL I.AI'.l.N. attorney
autioner. whose addr>
Hiscayne Boulevard.
| ll. North Miami Beach.
jd.i 33180 i 931 3366 i and file
iru-iri.il with the clerk of
above styled rourt on or
fe January 23 1981. other
| a default will be entered
t you for the relief
l for In the complaint or
on
. notice shall be published
each week for four con-
Jtlve weeks in JEWISH
Iriiman
TNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami,
ri'i.t on this 6th day of
ember. I960
tICHARDP MHINKKR
I As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Lola H."Currier
kl I icputy Clerk
ruit Court Seal I
bard I. I.arln
priic\ for Petitioner
fl Mi.-cuyne Boulevard
1118
tli Miami Beach
nda 33160
MM
prney for Petitioner
Dei 18,98,1880;
i in 2.9 1HM
-11 HE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
kENERALJURISOICTION
DIVISION
Case No 80 :J036
NOTICE OF ACTION
HI(>KLINGEI

l META
\. BERTO M
ll'.nono Pue)
li :i 1544)
Mr i

lYul \RE NOT1KIE
i olli
Ita
in Dadi Co
li v Bui
i i \/A OF THE AMI l
- ai online the 11.
->i Condominium
ed in offi. la! Records
10808 ..i Pagi 881 oi the
Re< ord i i lade
tit) Florida een Hied
hi and you at. n
ed to ten py ol
lefenses II an) to l u
Relter
\ttoi ne) w hoae addn -.-
Bisca) ne 1 owei r-,iu<-
Two Soutl B:.->
evard Miami Floi
ii oi befoi ai 11 IM
Lhc original with the
k ol the Court either before
Plaintifl .i"
edlawi) Uierei fti
.. default will be
againal you for the
h manded In the com
petition
notlcei (hall be pub-
'i e.i, ii week lor four
ve weeks in THE
1 Wish FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
al hi this Court on I>er 11.
M
RICH \i:n c BR1NKER
k circi i rooi itr
B) M .1 Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
I kM 19. 26. iumi
Jan 8.8, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 11*2
. FAMILY DIVISION
|""c the marriage ol
I(-''-"Ei:RAHAM
I'et it umer
land
(JOSEPH liRAHAM
Reapondanl
NOTICE OF ACTION
| JOSEPH GRAHAM
Residence I'nknown
' ARE NOTIFIED that
lm H.'"on for dissolution of
marriage has been filed and
; ar* required to serve a
wS your wrl"en defenses.
';">>' on B. J. LEVY, ESQ..
,,..!"r,ney,'or Petitioner. 633 NE
'fi' M. N.M.B., Fl. 33162 on or
bef0re February 6. 1981, and
nil the original with the clerk
Lrtf .." ^"rt; otherwise a
^Jault will be entered against
Hated Jan. 8. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
By Clarlnda Brown
K A89eput>,C1^,,
Jan.-*, 16. 83, 30. 1B1
TOF
9
IDA
ION
*JewistifUrHlar
Page 13-B
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 80 22472
NOTICE OF ACTION
TERRIKANUARand
LJSON \RDst ssman
Plaintiffs,
VS
CHARLES i voiillK u
living. Including any unknown
spouse and :i dsi mod tneun
know i hi ,r.-. ,u-\ laeas gran
assignors, llei
i re lltors trustees or other
Ing b). thi
undei mi against thi above
nam I i ndant, who u nol
known lo t* dead oi aUvi an I
Barbara n Stanton, as Trus
lee foi PI bi.ic 8ERVICE
Ml li Al. I.NSI I'.A.NCK COM
' INY If living, including any
unknown ipouae and II di
eased, the unknown heirs, de-
visees grantees. assignors
Honors i reditors succeseoi
or other persons claiming i>\
through, under and against the
above named Defendant, who
Is not known to DC dead or
alive, PUBLIC SERVICE
MUTUAL INSURANCE cum
PANY a New York cor-
poration, authorized to do busi-
ness in Florida DEL RIO
FINANCE CORP a Florida
corporation, and UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA
i lefendants
TO
CHARLE8C MOORE and
BARBARAB STANTON
as Trustee for PUBLIC SER-
VICE MI'Tt Al. INSURANCE
COMPANY, Defendants. Resi-
liences Unknown, if living. In-
i hiding any unknown spouse.
and II deceased. their
respective unknown heirs, de-
Msees. grantees, assignors.
Iienora, creditors, trustees or
other persons claiming by,
through, under and against the
above named 1 lefendants, who
ne nol known to be dead or
alive and whoa* residences
are similarly unknowi
Ytit ARE HEREBY NOTl
I- iki thai an action to Quiet
and Confirm Title in the Plain-
TERRI KAN BAR and
LEONARD SI SSMAN, in and
i" the following described
i ruperty situate In i lade
i 'uunt) Florida, i" II
Southeastern ol Lot 101,
Uloi s ii SAN si 'i Cl ES
!'\ ; ES I'lal Boo* M Pa|
rtion .' T ihlp
i Soul I Range i- East Ir
mi Count) ol Dade Stati
i nda
filed ags and
rs
tritlei defenses n
I'laintm
FH IMAN
r syl IRK i'i; Uni nln I.
i-'\ Mian Bern
I the
.in l file
the oi it-iii.i .. in

mini, dial ereaftei
lit u
nianded In this < "omplaint
WITNESS my H \m land the
seal .-aid COurl '
i lei in:..'
RICHARD I' BRINKER
' rkufthi
i ut Co
i 'ii i ml i lurl Seal
ll> W illie llradshau .li
1 leput) Clerk
I i,., 981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
I FAMILY DIVISION!
Civil Action No. 80 19034
ion for dissolution
of marriage
n i e, the marriage of
KlGOiii 111 11 MEZA,
I luaband
mil
I'AI I-A MEZA,
Wifi
in i- ai I. \ MEZA
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
I NIsNOWN
Yui \i'.E HEREB' NOTl
F1K1J thai .in action for
i iissolution ol Mai lage has
been flli d againal you and you
are required ii> serve copj ol
mum written defenaes. If any lo
II on ALBERT 1. CARRJ
CARTE P \ altome) (or
iviitioiii a hose address Is
2491 NW 7Hi Street Miami
Florida SM86, and file the
original with the clerk oi the
above styled court on or before
January 28 I9M. otherwise a
default iii be entered against
you foi oi.- relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
Once each week tor four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal oi said court at Miami.
Florida on this in day ol DM
1981
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByN. A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Albert 1. Carrlcarte, I' A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida
I 3081 849 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
09427 Dec. 26. 1980
Jan. 2. 19.16. 198
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number n-10094
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
GERTRUDE BERNKRANT
I >< eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
( The administration of the
.state of Gertrude Hernkran-.
ased File N snbei -
10084 .- pending in ihe Clrcuii
Couri fi County
Florida Probate Division Ui
addre
County Courthouse 73 w.
Flaglei Street Miami
33130 The names anil
dresses of the personal repif
sentatlve and the personal
representative | attorney are
set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREK MONTHSOF
THI. FIRST PI HI.1CATION
OF THIS NOTICE 11) all
claims against the estate and
' > an) objection by an in-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges tin
validlt) ol the will. the
qualifications ol the personal
representative. venue. or
jurisdiction ol the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
Hi: FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice hat-
begun on Jan 9. 1981
Co-Personal Representative
ALLEN M BERNKRANT
11401 SW 67th Avenue
Miami. FL33156
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
Sparber. Shevln. Rosen.
Shapo* Hellbronner. PA
One Southeast
Third Avenue-No. 3030
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone i 305i 358-7990
I 094SO Jan 9. 16.1961
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 60 1870V FC
IN RE The marriage of
YVONNE RICKS
Petitioner Wife
and
WILLIAM LEE RICKS
Respondent Husband
in WILLIAM LEE
RICKS
10] Rhode Island A onus
v, ashington I > c
NOTICE OF Pi BLICATION
VOI \KK HEREBY NOTl
i-'ii I thai a Petition For I
m i II Mai
tiled agai ou and j <>n are
required tc ve i op) il your
v iwei i leading l<
petition "'. petitioners attor
ne) GEORGE T R sM iNl
i -^ Sulti 711 Blsca nr
Building le West Flaglei
Strei Miami Florida
and file thi
Pleading In the Office ol the
I i -oiir-l Clerk, on or
, ifl da) ol lanuar) i*-:
li you fall to do so, judgment by
defaull will be taken againal
you for the rellel demanded in
said petition
' ONE AND ORDERED al
Miami i lade I 'ounty. Fli
tins is day ol i >ec ember 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
, '.nil mnt) Florida
ByC i Cope land
I leputy Clerk
MMi: 1880
Jan 8,8. 19M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SI 108
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ROS1 MAESTREY,
Wife
anil
ENREQI E MAESTREY
Husband
TO ENRIQUE MAESTREY
RESIDENCE address
UNKNOWN
YUI ARE HEREBY NOTl
PIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage ha>
been filed against you and you
are rei|utred lo serve a copy ol
vour written defenses. If any, to
it on ALBERT L CARR1
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW Tth Street. Miami
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 6. 1881: 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 JEW
ISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this S day of
January. 19*1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cleric, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
Albert I. Carrlcarte. P A.
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida S3128
13081648-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
09453 Jan. 9.16. 23. 30. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 80 21444
NOTICE OF SUIT
(by publication)
MOLLY LKVINE and
JACK MCNACH.
Plaintiffs
VI
ALASKAN REALTY INC.. a
dissolved Florida Corp AL
BION REALTY AND MORT
i. r\OE INr a Florida i-orp
pai : Rt i/ERI LIFE IN
SI RANCI md FIRST
HOMESITES, INt a Penna
i lefendants.
To FIRST HOMESITES INC
.i Pennaj h
Corporation
I 0 Frank Nlrastro.
Secretai)
6701 ,N Broad Street
Philadelphia PA 19126
VIII ARE HEREBY
required to file your answer or
written defenses it any In the
above proceeding with the
Clerk of this Court, and to serve
a copy thereof upon the Plain-
tiffs' attorneys, whose names
and address appears hereon.
on or before the 16 day of
January. 1981. the nature of
this proceeding being a suit for
foreclosure of mortgage
against the following described
property, to-wit
l.ot 11. Block 4. GROVE-
LAND PARK, according to
the Plat thereof as re-
corded In Plat Book 6. at
Page 91. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the Com-
plaint or Petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 12 December
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByC L Alexander
As Deputy Clerk
S HlairRoss. P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1497 NW 7 Street
Miami. Florida 88188
i 305 l 642 071.':
"9411 Dec 18.86 19H0:
_________________ Jan.8.8. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l^ HEREBY
i;i\ fn thai thi ii del Hgned,
desiring to .'image in business
under- the fictitious name
TONY S LAI NDRY VNDDRY
CLEANEI West :'7th
Street, Hialeah Florida In*
tends to registi i .
srlth the Clerl ';r. utt
Court of Dade Count) Florida
Tony s Laundr) Inc.
D\ Pedio \ i-,-: ipinai
Pres
i IAN 1 EL V, KEIL ESC)
Attome) I Bust
88 Wi .-ii Avenue
Hialeah Florida
08448 Jan 1.18, S 0,1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
Case No 80 17337
In Ihe Mattel ol
'' Adoption lu

'i'i i i Castro
k<- nown
Nc rTICK oh' PI BLICATION
mi VRE HEREBY NOTl
F1KU Ilia: a Petition for
Adoption b) lamet Flskey has
I"-, n rued .uni you are required
In sen .i ip) ..| \ ,.ur Answer
"i pleading lo said petition on
onei attorney, Joel \
I aimer, suite 7;;. Blscayne
Building. 19 West Flaglei
Street, Miami, Florida 38180
and file the original Answer or
pleading in the I Ifflce ol the
("in tut Court Clerk, on or
before Ihe 80th da) ol lanuary,
198] II you I.ill t,. do BO judg-
ment b) defaull will lie taken
agaiii.-l you for the relief
demanded In said petition
DONF AND ORDERED al
Miami. D.ole County Florida.
tins 16 da) oi Dei embei nwo.
RICHARD p BRINKER
Circuit Clerk
I lade County. Florida
By Lola ii Currier
Deputy Clerk
09420 Dec 26. 1980;
Jan .'. li Hi. 198 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
MAYTE FLOWERS at 760-A
South West Mh Street. Miami.
Florida. 33130 intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
OlgaM Brlz
FranclscaT. Brlz
09302 Dec. 19. 26. 1980;
Jan 2.9.1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Pro-
Locators, at 3381 NW 27 Ave..
Miami. Fla 33142, intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Margaret Flores. Owner
09424 Dec 38, 1980;
Jan. 2, 9. 16. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. SO 14788
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th* marriage of
GRACE PATRIi'l \
NEITA
Petition...
and
KENNETH ANTHONY
Nl
Respondent
TO KENNETH INTHONY
Rei....... .mi
ill REBi Vii'l
FIEI) that .. Petition fw
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been nod.,mi commenced
in this i our! and yo ..r i
required to lervea cop) i your
\ iitien defenses, II an) lo II
on Oar) Rudoll attorney for
the Petitioner whose addrei
i- I- ii Bon 8800 E Miami.
Florida SS1M and file the
original with the lerk of the
above it) led i ourt on or before
the SO day ol lanuary 1981.
otherwise a defaull iii be
entered against you for the
rellel prayed foi In the com-
plaint or petition
This notic e shall be published
once each week for lour con-
secutive weeks in JEWISH
FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and the
seal ol said court al Miami
Florida on tins h; da) of
i lecember, imi
Richard I- BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
B) Ixila H Currier
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
l-'i LLER LEGAL CENTER
POBox5aOO-E
M i.inu. Florida 8814)4
Telephone i 305 i 888-0030
By Oar) Rudolf
Attorney for the
i 'etitlonei
"9421 Dec 88, 1980.
Jan 8 1. 198!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80-19099 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
in re ihe marriage il
HECTOR F GARCIA
I ptilionei Husband
NORAMOSCA
l Lespondvnl w lie
T.i KLKI "NOR \ MOS) I

. sobemar
Vpl N
s
(.,(,. a- \ ttezuela
'. II I I i NOR \ MOSCA
reb) notified to '... youi
Ills Petltio
Dissolution oi Marriage with
-ii<- i if i i Court and mail
a copy 1 Ul loner \tt>>i ne)
I INI EL SALLll -' 188 Sad
Street, voral lablea,
Floi ids 38134 mi oi before
lanuar) : 198 Petition
\^ hi in taken as i onfesaed
This 22 day ol December
'-
RICH UWH BRINKER
Clei k Circuit Couri
By C I' Ci peland
l leput) < 'lerk
I H 1880
lai ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
Gl\ kn thai the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the I" lltlous name N Kl
sun ISSOCI \ rES ..: MMfl SW
iii7'.m Avenue No 117 Miami,
Florida, 33178 intends to
ngisler said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol
I lade i "ounty, Florida
Gruen Trust I
Qruen Trust 11
i i men Trust III
Gruen Trust I\
\ acharon Trust i
Vacharon Trust II
\ a. baron Trust III
\ acharon Trust i\'
Mo. ado Trust 1
Movado Trust ii
Movado Trust 111
Movado Trust I\
Oyster Trust I
i ivster Trust II
Oyster Trust III
' >\ -Iit Trust IV
PUgel Trust 1
I'i.iget Trust 11
PlagetTrusI in
liaget Trust l\
C.iiistantine Trust 1
Constantino Trust 11
Constantino Trust ill
OonatanUneTrust i\
PACKMAN NEl W Mil.
& ROSENBERG
Attorneys for
Nelson Associates
08426 Dec 26.1980.
Jan 2. 9. 16. 19N1
INTBBC
THE ELI
CIR
AN
Civil
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Glralt Cabinets Installation, at
168 NW 32 St.. Miami. Fla.
33127 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
R. Glralt. Owner
094&8 Jan. 9.18, 28. SO, 1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
OPROPERTY)
CIRCUITCOURTOF
EVENTH JUDICIAL
.TOF FLORIDA, IN
R DADE COUNTY
lion No 80 18947 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
^ li'ol.ITF, ELISi i
Petitioner
CAM [LLK CHAR!
ELI
i ;.. II dl
.-.- -HARLES
KLI
Mil \i:k HEREBY NO! I
FIED thai -in i '.ion li" Dis-
solution ol \1,.; lagjl
. .iin it you and yo ii i
lequir ed loservi f) our
w ntten defenses it an) lo it on
BENNETT I) Fl 1.1/ \: attorne) i.r r.-tiiion. i whose
li 618 SW 13th Avenue,
Miami. Florida and file the
original with Ihe clerk ol the
above styled court on oi before
lanuary L':; 1880 otherwise .
defaull will be entered against
you for the reliel denial led In
the i omplauil or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for foui con-
secutive we.Ks iii thi-; JEW
ISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNE88 my hand and the
seal ol said court at Miami
Florida on this 18 day of
i lecember, ihsu
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By s A Barnef
As Deputy Clerk
i ('in uit Court Seal I
08418 De< 28, 1980
Jan 2. 9 18, l8i
--------NOTICE UK ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-19047 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE In the
Man lage ol
NARCISCO DANTE
FUENTES
Petitioner Husband
and
ROS\ ESTER
PERC1ASEPE
DE Fl i:--
TO Kl Kl!
PERCIASEPl
DE Fl EN
Peru .- .'
('mil.i i V i i
\i;. it N : n
VOI ARK HEREI
fiki thai ..1
f !

red to sej
youi rltten defi
How 4RJJ \ GALBI T
address
\venue M
Florida and ginal
with the clerk of thi
st) led court on or befon
si otherwise .. defaull
will be entered .mam-.' you for
the the
i omphunl or petition
This noi Ice sha tie published
once each week foi lour con-
ill THE JEW-
ISH! LORIDI W
U ITNESS in. hand and the
I said \!. urn
Florida ..ii Tin- is
RICHARD P BRINK
V- Clerk Or. uit Court
Dade Count) Florida
By M i Harwell
\-1 leput) Clerk
i '.' lit I '..ii: Si I
I N QalDUl K-.iull e
. ialbut, Galbut
t v nln, I' \
.ne. Washington Vvenue
Miami Beai h I lorl la SSI N
MtOme) for Petitioner*
Telphone 80S 873
08438 De. a
Jan 2, 9 II M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OI\ EN thai the und. r Ugl ed
desiring to engage In busli
under Ihe fictitious name Alla-
mong ai 18847 His.
Blvd., Miami. Florida intends
lo register said name ith the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Mile County, Florida
Martin Sttalka, President
Allani'ing s North. Inc
08433 Dec 26, 1980,
Jan 1 9. in. i8i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under thi- fictitious name
Pickles and Ice Cream at 2380
Bo Dixie Hwy., Miami, FL
88183, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Eddi Ann R Freeman
09431 Dec 26, 1980,
Ja 2. 9, 16. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Joe
Cleaners, at 3980 W. 12 Avenue.
Hialeah. Fla. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Giuseppe Calabrese, President.
09482 Jan. 9. 16. 28. 80. 1981


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flenistiflcridaar
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 10298
Division OJ
Judge Francis J. Christie
IN RE ESTATEOB
STAN1SLAV. OR tBOWSKI
tscd
NOTICE OF
WMtNiSTRATTON
)Ni IA
. I .IAN
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SITKU IN
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J<4. I'robulc
limsioi the adilres of v. hiclt,
>Vai>l Flagter Sti
Mian Fluridn. Hie per-.
cueln*nlatl\*e ol 'hi' estate is
loSKl-li l>l I'RIMO. whose
address i.iwii.tK ismcourt,
.\iii1li Miami Beach. Florida
.'.i 7. The name and address of
'lie personal representative's
.iilm-io-v are sol forth he low
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
ourt 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 slated 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
i lerk to mail one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested in the
Itate to whom a copy of this
Notice "l Administration has
!-ei mailed are required.
within THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
hirst PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
ectkM the) may have that
. .. lidlt) .II the
lecedent'a will, the qualtfica-
pei sonal represen
latlve, "i the venue or juris
Ol th.....url
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND objections NOT so
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
BARRED
Date Ol tins \utu e of
Administration Jan 2, 1981
JOSEPHDl PRIMO
As Personal Representative
ol the Estate of
BTANI8LAW ORABOW8K1
Deceased
Attorney lor Personal
Representative
JOSEPH W MALEK.Esq
350 Lincoln Road
Suite SOI
Miami Reach. Fla. 33139
Telephone 538-4431
09417 Jan. 2.9.1981

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 0-11103
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
CONNIE BARRETT.
Petitioner
and
BEGIN A1.D CLARK
BARRETT. JR..
Respondent
TO: REGINALD CLARK
BARRETT, JR
LEXINGTON COUNTY
JAIL
LEXINGTON.
SOUTH CAROLINA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to
it on PAUL R. MARCUS. ESQ.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 9200 South Dadeland
Boulevard. Suite 530. Miami.
Florida 33156. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 30. 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 JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of
December, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. C. Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
lCircuit Court Seal)
Paul R. Marcus. Esq.
200 South Dadeland .
Boulevard Suite 520
Miami, Florida33168
I Ml 23461
Attorney for Petitioner
Jan. 2, 9. M. 23. 1M1 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 80 22884
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE
MERCEDES MAUTNER
Plain Uil
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PHII II OR U3ARNICK and
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i ON WINERMAN
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CAPITAI SERVICES COR
Pi IR a I'll IN an mdiana Oor
poralion FLORIDA HOME-
OWNERS ASSOCIATION OF
NORTH BROWARD. INC
Florida corporation. FLORIDA
HOMKow NERS AS80CIA
TION OF SOUTH BROWARD.
INC a Florida corporation,
and METRO SAND
BLASTING
Defendants.
TO MORTON WEINERMAN
and
IOA WEINERMAN.
his wife
11 Furnace Dock Road I
i 'milhi im the Hudson
New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that a Complaint for
Foreclosure of Mortgage 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
ROBERT A BRANDT. ES
ylTRE. Levlne. Reckson.
Reed & Geiger. PA., at 3501
Biscayne Boulevard. Miami.
Florida. BUST, and file Ihe
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
I,m 10, 1981. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in
th*' Complaint
This 'intn e shall he published
once each week for four run
secutlve weeks in Jewish
Kimnii.i I
WITNESS mv hand and Ihe
. hi said court in Miami
:.i n tins 28 da] ol
I,, i 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 :: h. Circuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
By M I Hartnett
\-1 leputy Clerk
lilt Court Seal i
iiiilis Ian 2,9, 1H. 28
"notice unde[r
fictitious name law
notice is hereby
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring lo engage in business
under the fictitious name of
I'enaljo Shoes by Jay Marcus
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Penaljoof
South Florida lnc
By Jay Marcus. Pres.
Attorney Alan Plnkwasser
2145 NE 204th Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
07770 Jan. 2. 9. 16,23. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80-19230 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE. The marriage of
BAUL BATISTA
Petitioner-Husband
and
CARMEN GARCIA
DE BATISTA
Respondent Wife
TO: CARMEN GARCIA
DE BATISTA
CalleLlbertad32
Beparto Fldenclo
Sagua La Grande.
Las Villas
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to
It on A. KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW, PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33128, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
January 30. 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 JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 26 day of
December, 1980.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A. Koss, 1
Attorney at Law, P.A.
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel. (806) 326-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
Mario Qulntero Jr., Esq.
09445 Jan. 3,9.18.28, 1981
i THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90 19103 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
MICHAEL A CRAIG
Petitioner Husband
v s
IENNIE i. CRAIG
Respondent Wife
IX) IESN CRAIG
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n
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By Clartnda Brown
Deputj Clerk
19433 Dec. 28. 1980.
Jan 2.9.16. 1981'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90 191*3 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE The marriage of
3BRTHAB MENDEZ
Petitioner-Wife
ind
4.NTONIO MENDEZ
Respondent Husband
IX) ANTONIO MENDEZ
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 A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW, PA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florid,. 13138 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above Styled ourt on or before
Januarj 23 1981; otherwise a
default wiii be entered against
you (hi the reliel demanded In
the i nmplairit or petition
This none e shall be published
once ..I, week foi lour eon
illvi w eeka in the
JEWISH FLORID! -\N
WITNESS mj hand and the
seal hi said court al Miami
Florida on this 1st day ol
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
\> Deputy Clerk
iCn run Court Seal i
A Koss,
Attorney at Law P A
Attorney for
Petitioner-Wife
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel : (3051325-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
Mario Qu intern Jr., Esq.
(19438 Dec. 26. 1980;
---------------------------Jan. 2. 9. 16.1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90-19711 FC
IN RE. The marriage of
SANDRA WILSON
Petitioner Wife
and
JEFFREY WILSON
Respondent-Husband
TO: Mr. Jeffrey Wilson
283 Gopaul Circular
Drive
Marabella.
Trinidad. W I
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, Biscayne
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 18 day of January, 1981. '
If you fall 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 12 day of December, 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By C P. Cope land
Deputy Clerk
09410 Dec. 19, 28, 1980;
Jan. 2,9.19*1
--------MOTftI 0MDIH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
GU8' PAINT A BODY SHOP.
INC.. at 812 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami, Florida 33138 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Gustavo Pedrayes, President
Felix Martlnea Rico. Secretary
Michael Volgt. Resident Agent
09442
1
rtico, secretary
Resident Agent
Dee. 28,1980; I
Jar. 2, 9, 18. 1981 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO 8M9105
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re Ihe marriage of
PATRICIA CUADRA
Petitioner Wife
It w EMILIO
LOPEZ MOB v.
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v. iH VGA an
.
Petit*
|| Ihe.
Court ami mail copj
,,,.,.,, rney D IMEL
G M-l I I'
Ga..... f loi i
. before Januarj 23 198!
Petition will be taken aa con-
lessed
This --' Bay 01 IH-cember.
1980.
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputv Clerk
09434 Dec 26. 198(1.
Jan 2.9. 16. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of
Pollack Investments Partner-
ship and Pollack Investments
at 500 Bayvlew Drive. Apt.
1932, North Miami Beach.
Florida 33160. Intend to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Pollack Investments
Partnership
By: Harry Pollack, Partner
By: Arthur Pollack. Partner
Cypen A Nevlns
Attorneys for
Pollack Investments
Partnership
09405 Dec. 19, 26. 1980;
______________________Jan. 2,9.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 19154 FC
i n RE The m.n riage ol
IRWIN BALKIN
I'eiitiuiu r Husband
and
.M'AN BALKIN
Ri pi n i. nt VI iii-
l'i i JOAN BALKIN
587 W 188th St
New York. \ V
NOTICE OF I! BLICATION
VOI ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition For
Dissolution ol Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve B copy of
your Answer or Pleading lo
said petition on petitioners
attorney. GEORGE T RA-
MANI. ESQ Suite 711. His
eayne 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 23 day of
Jan., 1981. If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in said petition.
DONE AND OBDEBED at
Miami. Dade County, Florida,
this 23 day of Dec 1980.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
ByM J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
09437 Dec. 26. 1980;
Jan. 2. 9 16 nun .
-----------NOTICE OP ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 80-18751 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
CLARA INES ALGARIN.
a, k a CLARA INKS
LOPEZ,
Petitioner.
and
EDWIN ALGARIN,
Respondent
TO: EDWIN ALGARIN
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 CAR-
LOS -M. MENDEZ. Esq.,
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 2986 W. 4th Avenue,
Hlaleah. Florida, 33012, and file
the original with the Clerk of
the styled Court on or before
Jan. 16, 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN, MIAMI.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami,
Florida, on this 12 day of
December, 1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dads County, Florida
By M. J. Hartnett
Aa Deputy Clerk
09418 Dec. 19. 39.1990;
Jan. 3.9.1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 94*5
Division 01
\ RE: ESTATE OF
iBORGBL KRANKKN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration ol the
, ..... ,, rge I. Franken
. ,i File S
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HIN [rlREE M( '
I'.ST PI Bl
..I rms notice
, aims against the estati
am objection bj an in
ted person to whom m
.*.,- mailed thai 'Ha 1
validlt) 01 the will, the q
rations of the personal rep
resentatlve, venue, or .
dn iionot the 1 ourt
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT so FILED will
BE FOREVERHARRKI1
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Jan 9. 1981
Personal Representative
ROSA KLEIN
2414 SW 19th Terrace
Miami. FL 33145
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
Sparber. Shevln, Bosen.
Shapo A Hellbronner, PA
One Southeast Third A venue
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone: (305i 358-7990
09451 Jan 9. 16. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 19152 FC
IN RE The marriage of
EDDY.I HAZILK
I'ctitionei Ilushand
and
MICHELEAJ HAZILK
Respondent w ife
TO MICHKI.K \
RAZII .I!
Resldenn Address
1 nknown
NOTICE OF PI BL1CA riON
1 Ol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai .1 Pel
I iissolutiun m Mamagi I .
been I
are 1 equin d to ei
An iwer 01 I'll adli
said petition on petitioner -
attorney GEORGE I'
1; \M.\Ni K.-y Suite :ii Bis
1 a) ne Building, 19 Weal
' reel. Miami Floi Ida
" and file II.....rl|
Answer or Pleading in ihe
Office ol the Circuit Court
Clerk on or bclorc da\ ot
Jan 1981 II you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be
taken against you lor the reliel
demanded In said petition
done AND ORDERED al
Miami. Dadt County, Florida,
this 23 day of Dei IHhii
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clark
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
I >cputy Clerk
09441 Dec 26. 1980.
Jan 2.9. 16. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious names of
111 Custom Coach .121 Custom
Coach of Florida, at 10224
Northwest 80 Avenue. Hlaleah
Gardens. Florida, Intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
V B I, lnc
By Steven Bogaards
Director
JAVITSAKAKP
David A. Karp
Attorneys for V B I, Inc.
3550 Biscayne Blvd. Suite 504
Miami. Florida 33137
(305)576 6525
8 Dec 28.1980;
__________________Jan. 2, 9, 16. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Park
Avenue Service Station at 331
23 St., Miami Beach. Fla. In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrculty
Court of Dade County, Florida
Rlchgas. lnc ,
a Florida corporation
By Sofia Zelitsky
Schatxe. President
09459 Jan. 9,16. 23. 30.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE ,8 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Memories 4 Things, at P.O
Box 530872. Miami Shores. Fla
33163. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
June Stevens, Owner
HI Dec. 19,38, 1980,
Jan. 9.9.1661
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. 80 17990-FC 04
FAMILY DIVISION
In re 'he marriage of
KEITH MEEKS
Petitioner
and
NOR \S V MEEKS
Respondent
NOTICE >' sCTION
To NORA v MEEKS
\i., i I NTA
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:
itld
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1
163 on or
1981 and
[tie thi "tUl 'In' ier
oi ti therwtse a
1, ., .n will be entered against
Dated lanuarj j i98i
Richard I' Hunker. Clerk
By 1. C Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
i.4S Jan 9 16.23.30. 1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 91-43 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
MARY MILLER
Petitioner wife
and
ROY FREDERICK
MILLER
Respondent-husband
YOl ROY FREDERICK
MILLER, residence unknown,
are required to file your an-
swer to the petition for dis-
solution of marriage with the
Clerk of the above Court and
serve a copy thereof upon the
petioner's attorney. Herman
Cohen. Esq 622 SW 1st Street.
Miami. Fla 33130. on or before
February 6. 1881. or else
petition will be confessed.
Dated Jan 5 Idsl
hard P Hnnker
Clerk. Clr< Jit Court
Bj M J Hartnett
; uty Clerk
UH45K 23 :m 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
(FAMILY DIVISION)
Civil Action No 81-109
ACTION FOS DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
;n RE rhi mat :.i, m
RAI I. i EREZ
H11- a :
and
CONCEPCION LOVELLE
PEREZ
Ilushand
TO CONCEPCION LOVELLE
PEREZ
Maloja 165
Havana. Cuba
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai 9JI action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to
It on ALBERT L. CARRI
CARTE. PA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Feb-
ruary 6. 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 JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 5 day of Jan. 5.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal)
Albert L. Carrlcarte
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Stm._______Jan a is, aa so laai
f 'r .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 99-19101 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marriage of
ALICIA S AIMKLI.
PeUUoner-Wife
vs.
CLAUD MONTGOMERY
Respondent-Husband
TO: CLAUD MONTGOMERY
110 Key stone Lane
HendersonvUle, Term.
YOU CLAUD MON-
TGOMERY are hereby notified
to file your answer to this
Petition for Dissolution of Mar
riage with the Clerk of the
Court and mall a copy to
Petitioner's Attorney DANIEL
GALLUP. 2306 Salsedo Street.
Coral Gables. Florida, 33134. on
or before January 23, 1981, else
Petition will be taken as con-
fessed
This 22 day of December.
1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
09836 Dec 38. I960.


January 9, 1961
tJssdMtBstJMm
Page 15-B
iblic Notices
|TME CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
|OE COUNTY. FLORIDA
ROBATE DIVISION
[Flit Number MM
Division 01
:ESTATE OF
NOTICE OF
| ADMINISTRATION
PERSONS HAVING
IMS OR DEMANDS
(IN ST THE ABOVE
aTE AND ALL OTHER
BONS INTERESTED IN
(ESTATE:
ARE HEREBY NOTI-
that Die administration
he estate of IRVING
ILL. deceased, File
|ber 78-80. Dlvlalon 01. la
j In the Circuit Court for
County. Florida, Pro-
| Division, the address of
i la 73 Weat Flagler Street.
Florida 331 SO The
nal representative of the
t la LAWRENCE ROPES,
i addreaa la 249 Catalonia
feue, Coral Gablea, Florida.
| name and addreaa of the
nal representatives
ney are aet forth below.
1 persons having clalma or
nds against the estate are
Ired. WITHIN THREE
THS FROM THE DATE
[THE FIRST PUBLICA
I OF THIS NOTICE, to file
the Clerk of the above
written statement of
laim or demand they may
Each claim must be in
ng and must indicate the
for the claim, the name
laddress ol the creditor or
tKi'iii or attorney, and the
Unt claimed If the claim Is
ie\ due. the date when It
become due shall be
If the claim Is con-
iii or unliquidated, the
1 ul the uncertainty shall
ktaled If the claim Is
ed, the security shall be
hbed The claimant shall
er sufficient copies of the
i to the clerk to enable the
to mall one copy to each
Dna representative
persons interested in the
le to whom a copy of this
o( Administration has
mailed arc required.
HIN THREE MONTHS
f.\i THE DATE OK THE
ST PI BL1CATION OF
NOTICE, to file any ob
on.- the) may have that
lenses the validity of the
Kent's will, the quallflca'
hi the pei aonal rapreaen
or the venue or juris
mill the I our :
I. CLAIMS, DEMAND8
OBJECTIONS Nor SO
U u ILL BK FOREVER
IRK I
ol '.he 11r- pub li aUon
Il Notice >! Adiiiiiuslra
lanuar) B, ihm
Lawrence Rope
i Personal Representative
. Estate el
IR\ INii GOELL
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ITHE CIRCUIT COUR1
FOR
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 1037$
Division 01
IK ESTATE OK
fcTHAl. Kl DNICK
i eased
NOTICE OF
tDMINISTRA I'loN
administration ol the
|t> ol BERTH \ 1. Kll>
lei .! ,i pill Number
'- pending in the
in Courl for i >ade County,
I I'mil.lie I I
Waal
Miami Fla.
D The names ami ad
1*1 ol Hit personal
rsenlatlve and the per
epi Mauve s attorney
: forth below,
II tntereated persons are
sired to file with this court.
[IUN THREE MONTHS OF
FIRST Pl'BLlCATION
THIS NOTICE il I all
againsl the estate and
ln> objection by an In-
it person to whom notice
nailed that challenges the
Jltj of the will, the
ficatlons of the personal
wentatlva, venue. or
f>'1i< lion of the court.
tL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
T'S NOT SO FILED WILL
fDREVERBARRED
libllcatlon of this Notice has
Un on Jan 0. ihm
|ersonal Representative:
JOSEPH H Rl'DNICK
5030 Granada HIvd
[Coral Gables. Florida
-1I.1.1ANE ISAACSON
[ 4 Merrlam Parkway
[Eltrhberg. Mass 01420
|riif> for Personal
re tentative
Qrundwarg
Qrundweri
irsi An .
Fla **
. NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In buslneas
under the fictitious name of
THE MIDAS TOUCH at 377
Arthur Godfrey Road. Miami
Beach. Florida. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
UNITED STATES GOLD
A SILVER BROKERS. INC.
By President.
Anne R. Cohen
FRANK. STRELKOW
st GAY
Attorneys for Applicant
502 Capital Bank Building
1866 Kennedy Causeway
North Bay Village
Florida 331 il
Telephone (3061 868-4711
0*443 Dec. 36.1980;
Jan. 2. 8. 16.'.881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II II*
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROBERTB. CAMPBELL
deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of ROBERT B. CAMP
BELL, deceased. File Number
81 116. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida.
.13130. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are aet forth below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
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 FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on Jan. 0.1981
Personal Representative:
HYMAN P OALBUT
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida. 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative
I'.u hard.1 ftfenln
Galbut, Gaibut i<
\ienin. P. A.
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone 72 :uou
mil I Jan 9. 16. 19K1
hi: u NSTEIN Morris M Miami
He.ii h Rubin Star of David
1(1511. Jacques i. 74 Miami Beach
Rubin
ELLIS Zellle, Hollywood Rubin
GREENBERG Sheree Men 24 N
Miami Dei ::i Rlvei
GRI SMARK, Nancy ST. Miami Beach
Jan i Riven
IOSEPHER Mrs Esthei Miami
Beai h Rubin
MEYERS, cii.uies f :: Hollywood
Riverside Star ol I ia Id
ni rZBERG Samuel S -4. Hallandale,
Dec 81 Riverside
RAVfCKl Morris Miami Beach
M \\ Julia, 88, N Miami Beach. Dec
:u Riverside
SHLOSS
Rose, Miami, passed away Jan. 4. A
resident for 40 years, formerly of Chi-
cago. Surviving are brother, Lewis E.
Bower of Miami Beach; nephews and
nieces. Richard and Matle Bower of
Miami Beach. Suzanne Fyvolent of
Tampa, SI and Shirley Collins of Calif..
Florence Breacher of Calif.; 12 grand-
nieces and nephews. Services were held
Jan. 6 at Riverside with Interment in
Mt. Nebo.
CONLEY
Robert. 66, Pembroke Pines, passed
away Jan. 4. A resident for 84 years,
formerly of Kent, Ohio. Surviving are
his wife, Phyllis: children. R. Jack and
Jill, both of Kent. Ohio; and Eric of N.
Miami. and four grandchildren.
Arrangements by Riverside.
LEVINSON
Yale N 89. Sunrise, passed away Jan.
4. A resident for 20 years, formerly of
Chicago, III. Surviving are his nephews,
Earnest Berlin of NYC, Alfred Weber
of LA Calif., sisters-in-law, Gladys
Backlund of Sunrise and Jean Carver of
Schenectady, N.Y. He was a graduate of
Rush Medical Center. Chicago. 111. and
a practicing Intern in Chicago. Services
were held at Riverside.
JOE PERLMAN
Former Restaurateur
Joseph Perlman. 88, a former Miami
Beach restaurant operator, died Jan. 4.
He was a resident for the past 54 years,
formerly from Boston. For many years
he owned and operated Joe's Broadway
Delicatessen on Miami Beach. He was a
member of the Miami Beach Elks. Mr.
Perlman Is survived by his wife. Dora;
a son, David; two daughters. Rhoda
Shougar and Sylvia Feltman, a sister.
Ann Clven, and 14 grandchildren.
Services were held Jan. 6 at Gordon
Funeral Chapel, with Interment In Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
BACHRACH
Esther. 88. Miami Beach, passed away
Dec 31 A resident for the past 25 years,
formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y. She was a
member of Hadassah and Anshe Ernes
Congregation. Surviving are a nephew.
Jack Uarbakoff of N Miami Beach, and
nieces. Harriet Tarlov, Norma Lenore
of Norwalk. Conn. Services were held
Ian 2 with interment at Mt Nebo;
arrangements by Gordon.
WEINER
Faye. 83. Miami Heach, passed away
Jan i A resident for 20 years, formerly
of Far Kockaway. N Y. Surviving are
son. Morton i Gloria i Welner of Holly-
wood, daughters, Muriel i David i Goot-
rad of Chicago, 111 Claire i Howard I
Ilrusin of Hollywood: 9 grandchildren
.mil 2 great-grandchildren. She was the
past president of ORT and a member of
Hadassah and B'nal B rlth Services
were held Jan 2 at Riverside
WEISS
Michael. H4. Hollywood, passed away
Jan l A resident for 1 years, formerly
of Brooklyn. N.Y Surviving are his
v. ife. Anna, of Hollywood, and sister
Pauline Rubin ol Miami Beach. Ser-
vices were held Jan 2 at Riverside.
FRIEDAR
Beatrice, 86, Hollywood, passed away
Jan I a resident for 32 years, formerly
iii Hudson N Y Surviving are a son.
GELB '
MONUMENTS INC.
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140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
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Serving Orthodox, Conservative and Reformed
Families of the Jewish Faith
Leonard Zilbert. Founder
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38*6371
Obituaries
Henry and S grandchildren. Services
were held Jan. 4 with Interment at Mt.
Nebo; arrangements by Riverside.
SCHENKEL
Maxwell M 87, Hollywood, passed
away Jan. 2. A resident for IB years,
formerly of N.Y. Surviving are his wife,
Theresa: 2 sons, Arnold and Edward; 2
S-andchlldren. and sister, Sylvia
eduld. Services were held Jan. 4 at
Riverside.
LUBITZ
Aaron Harry, 84, Miami Beach, passed
away Jan. S. A resident for 20 years,
formerly of N.Y. Surviving sxe his wife.
Lilian; sons. Richard A. Lewis and Cecil
Robert Lubltx; brothers, Arthur and
Milton; sisters, Cella Lublts Slavln.
Lilly I.ubiti Harris and Elsie LAibltz
Goldberg; 6 grandchildren and S great-
grandchildren. Services were held Jan.
6at Riverside.
MALKIN
Ray, 64. Miami Beach, passed away
Jan. 3. Surviving are her husband. Mai;
daughters. Deborah Malln. Maddle
Phillips and Janet Hecht; brothers.
Bernard Podell and Sam Sheppard;
mother, Kira Shefsky. and 6 grand-
children. She was a resident for 36 years
and a local artist. Services were held
Jan. 5.
NELSON
Jack, 82. Miami, passed away Jan. 3. A
resident for the past 32 years, formerly
of Brooklyn, N Y. Surviving are his
wife. Bess; 2 daughters. Enid (Oscar)
Segal and Suzanne (Dr. Alan I Cohen of
Miami: sister, Dorothy Nelson of Miami
Beach; and 3 grandchildren. Services
were held Jan. 5 at Gordon with Inter-
ment at Star of David
KORMAN. Sheldon, S. mlaml, Dec. SO.
Riverside Star of David.
GKU.MAN, Samuel. Surfstde. Dec 31
Riverside
GOODMAN. Clara. N Bay Village
Rubin.
GOODMAN. Rueben. Miami Beach.
KOBB. Mortimer. 82. Miami. Dec 30
Gordon.
RAFAEL. Rueben. Miami Beach.
STRAUSS, Leon M., 87, Dec. 31
Riverside.
BALKAN. Moses. 87. Miami Beach.
Jan l Rubin
FELDMAN, Sadie T 76, Miami Beach.
Jan. a. Riverside.
PROJAN. Nathan. Miami. Jan. 4.
Levltt-Welnstein.
SHRAGER, William. 88, Hallandale
Jan. 5. Riverside.
When a loss occurs
away from home.
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Store Hours
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Closed Saturdays & Sundays
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 ONLY AT THE ABOVE STORES.
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News information Activities
ihimonPeres To Kickoff Campaign January 15
See Your Name Up In Lights
1981 CJA-IEF CAMPAIGN GOAL
SET AT OVER $20 MILLION
SUPER SUNDAY, JANUARY 18
More than 1500 volunteers from
ivery facet of Miami's Jewish com-
tunity are expected to mobilize at
:he Fontainebleau Hilton on Sunday,
lanuary 18, 1981 for Super Sunday
:he day the phone lines of Miami will
lecome the front lines in Israel.
According to Maxine Schwartz,
ine of four co-chairmen spearheading
:his effort that is being sponsored by
:he Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the goal for this massive one day
hone-a-thon is to afford thousands of
liamians the opportunity to join
together in an outpouring of moral
md material support for their fellow
jws in need at home, in Israel and
Iround the world."
"We've targeted our volunteer
isk force to reach over 30,000 Jewish
louseholds in Greater Miami on Super
Sunday," commented Alfred Golden,
tuper Sunday co-chairman, "and we
ire extremely gratified by the en-
thusiastic response we've had thus far.
"he numbers of people calling and
Titing to us, eager to volunteer and
ecome Super Sunday participants is
ideed a remarkable demonstration of
Ihe vitality and unity of this Jewish
immunity."
Super Sunday will be the largest
ommunications network among Jews
wer attempted in the U.S., and is
eing sponsored by the united Jewish
ppeal and Federations across the
Phone sessions for volunteers will
Continued on Page 3
Shimon Peres
The 1981 Com-
bined Jewish
Appeal Israel
Emergency
Fund campaign,
well on its way
to meeting the
campaign goal
of over $20
million set by
the Federation
Officers, Board
of Directors, and
Campaign steer-
ing Committee,
now stands at
$6.7 million,
compared to $4
million on the same date a year ago.
Leadership of the Greater Miami
Jewish community, now in the midst
of the largest combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign
in its history, will gather next Thurs-
day, January 15, at the Fon-
tainebleau-Hilton Hotel to hear
Shimon Peres, leader of Israels op-
position Labor Party, deliver the
keynote address of the 1981 campagin
opening Dinner. Should the Labor Par-
ty win this years election in Israel,
Peres will become prime minister, suc-
ceeding Menachem Begin.
A minimum gift of $1,000 to the
1981 CJA-IEF campaign is required to
Continued on Page 4


Hocr I A w
I
D.
Campaign Opening
SUPER SUNDAY!!!
CRC Aids in Release
Page 5
Anniversary at Fed. Towers
Page 6
P & B Sets Priorities
Page 8
News From South Dade
Page 10
Community Calendar
Page 14
Telephone Bu-inev
I ill he representing I Organization, synagogue age no. I
Be-t time for me to nun j phone on super Sunday January 18.
1981 *vuld he
D 10am 12 Noon D 122PM Q :-pm
Z -PM Q WPM
N,>tc- Vu *ill he requested to he at ihe hotel for Orientation and
Training 4S minute> before JOUl KSton hcgin>
Other volunteers that ill accompany me on Sunday lanua/v 18.
1961 will be
Name
phone
Name
phone
Name
phone
mis matenai prepared for
TT>e Jewisn Rondian supplement,
January 9.1981 Dv trte
Greater Miami jewrsn Feoeraoon
4200 Brscavne Boulevard
Miami. Rooda 35157
president
Harry A. (Hap Levy
Executive VKe President
Myron j Brode
cnairman PuPlic Relations committee
EiiTimoner


SUNDAY
Continued From Page 1
begin at 10 a.m. and will run for two
hours each throughout the day,
concluding at 8 p.m., according to
Eric Turetsky, Super Sunday co-
chairman responsible for Training
and Orientation, we plan to brief
phone and administrative volun-
teers at 45 minute training sessions
which will precede their scheduled
I two hour shift, he added.
we re urging those people who
[are called on Super Sunday not to
put this call on hold," stated Morris
Futernick, Super Sunday co-
[chairman.
Their support is essential to the
[quality of Jewish life in this decade,
to keep our Jewish community
i strong to assure lives of dignity
and self reliance for the elderly, to
help our youth understand the dep-
Itn and richness of our Jewish
culture, to provide swift and com-
prehensive absorption for the
35,000 new immigrants who are ex-
pected to come to Israel in 1981
and to meet a host of other vital
Ihuman needs."
According to Norman Braman,
;eneral Chairman of Federation's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Imergency Fund, "this major kick-
)ff event to launch the 1981 cam-
>aign will build on the momentum
lenerated at January I5ths Cam-
)aign Opening Dinner, and is truly
super in its scope and in its poten-
tial. January 18,1981 is a day that will
jo down in history as we aim to
'each as many concerned Jews as
)ossible, urging them to respond
jositively and generously when they
jre called upon to give by our volun-
teer task force. Super Sunday will be
day on which the entire Jewish
^community of Greater Miami will
mite as one and draw upon its
esources to the fullest extent
)ossible to demonstrate its strength
Hid support for our fellow Jews in
leed at home, in Israel and around
the world."
To join this intensive drive to
strengthen world Jewry and volun-
teer for two hours on Super Sun-
lay, call the Greater Miami Jewish
:ederation at 576-4000. or write to
Juoer Sunday, GMJF, 4200 Biscayne
boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137.
%i/

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Maxine Schwartz
Morris Futernick
M
A If red Golden
Eric Turetsky


AMPAIGN
Continued From Page 1
attend the event.
The gala, with an expected 1,500
attendees, is seeking to involve the
broadest spectrum possible of the
Greater Miami Jewish community,
according to Philip P. warren, dinner
chairman.
The Campaign opening Dinner
Committee has assumed the task of
approaching every segment of the
Greater Miami Jewish community to
assure the widest possible represen-
tation at the event.
warren stated enthusiastically that
each person attending the dinner
will have his name up in lights. "For
the first time in this community, we
will have an electronic marquee
which will not only update our cam-
paign total for the evening, but will
welcome everyone attending the
gala by name."
He urged as many members of the
Greater Miami Jewish community as
possible to attend the January 15
Campaign opening Dinner "to give
us the opportunity to put your name
up in lights."
Shimon Peres, who was head of
the Israel Naval Service at the
Ministry of Defense at that country's
birth in 1948, was appointed Direc-
tor General of the Ministry of Defen-
se in 1953 by the late David Ben-
Gurion.
Considered the architect of Israel-
France relations in the 1950s, he
was responsible for the acquisition
of Frencn arms and weapons used in
both the 1956 Sinai War and the 1967
Six Day war.
Elected to the Knesset (Parliament)
in 1959 from the Mapai party, Peres
served the next six years as Deputy
Defense Minister. He initiated the
establishment of two nuclear
research facilities in Israel during
that time.
in 1969, he joined the late Golda
Meirs government as Minister for
Economic Development in the Am-
ministered Areas, and from 1970 to
1974 served as Minister of Transport
and communications, in June 1974,
he was appointed Minister of Defen-
se, a post he held until 1977.
"This is not the time to be cautious
in our giving," said general campaign
chairman Norman Braman. "We must
take the leap forward now so that
our critical unmet needs are met
before unrelenting inflation further
taxes our abilities."
"People are fully aware that in-
flationary economies at home and in
Israel are making real human needs
1981 Campaign Opening Dinner Committee
Philip P. Warren
Chairman
Marcy Lefton
Chairman, Dinner Arrangements
Marilyn K. Smith
Chairman, Dinner Program
Jacqueline Traurig
Chairman. Dinner Attendance,
and Table Captains
Stephen Arky
Helene Berger
Vida Berkowitz
Irma Braman
Norman Braman
Shirley Brant
Alvin Brown
Karen Budowsky
Dr. Barry Burak
Gerald Engel
Paula Friedland
Harvey Friedman
Mikki Futermck
Marvin Goldman
Michael Goldstein
Harold Granott
Miki Granoff
Robyn Greene
Sue Helfman
Fred Katz
Jon Kislak
Alan Kluger
Harry Levy
Bob Loring
Natalie Lyons
Carolyn Rosen Miller
Harvey Miller
Leonard Miller
Evelyn Mitchel
Peter Mosheim
Sidney Olson
Samuel J. Rabin
Elaine Richman
Herschel Rosenthal
William S. Ruben
Candace Ruskin
Marcia Schantz
Sol Schrieber
Sandi Simon
Dr. Arthur Sitrin
Dr. Sanford Zahler
Norman Braman
Campaign Chairman
Norman Lipoft
Deputy Campaign Chan man
Morton Siiberman
Deputy Campaign Chairman
Aaron Podhurst
Pacesetter Chairman,
$25 000 and Over Division
Cal Kovens
Pacesetter Co-Chairman.
$25,000 and Over Division
Philip P Warren
Pacesetter Co-Chairman.
$25,000 and Over Division
Joel Levy
Pacesetter Chairman
$10 000-524 999 Division
Stephen J Kravitz
Pacesetter Co-Chairman
510 000-S24 999 Division
Jeftrey L Lelcourt
Pacesetter Co-Chairman
$10.000-$24.999 Division
Harry B Smith
Pacesetter Co-Chairman
$10.000-$24.999 Division
Marilyn K Smith
Chairman. Big Gilts Division
Gerald S Engel
Chairman, $3.600-$9.999 Division
Jon Kislak
Chairman. $1,800-$3.599 Division
Alan Kluger
Chairman, $1.000-$1.799 Division
Michael Adler
Chairman, Chazak Program
Morris Futermck
Co-Chairman, Super Sunday
Al Golden
Co-Chairman, Super Sunday
Maxine Schwartz
Co-Chairman. Super Sunday
Rick Turetsky
Co-Chairman. Super Sunday
Samuel I Adler
Immediate Past Campaign Chairman
L. Jules Arkin
Chairman, Cash Committee
Stephen Arky
Chairman, Attorneys Division
Vida Berkowitz
Chairman, Travel Agents Division
Gerson Bernstein
Chairman, Westview Country Club
AlvinL Brown
Chairman. Accountants Division
Mikki Futernick
Campaign Chairman, Womens Divisor
Marvin Goldman
Chairman. Pharmacy Division
Harold R Granoff
Chairman, Paper Division
Arthur Horowitz
Donald E. Lefton
Co-Chairmen. Food, Hotel &
Allied Trades
Mel Kartzmer
Chairman. Special Gifts Division
Fred Katz
Chairman, Chemicals Division
Donald E Lefton
Chairman. Missions Program
Jack Levine
President, Young Adults Division
Bob Loring
Chairman, Stockbrokers Division
Robert Merhn
Campaign Chairman, Young Adults
Division
Leonard Miller
Chairman. Builders, Real Estates
Aided Trades
Peter Mosheim
Chairman. Metals & Scrap Division
Sidney Olson
Chairman. High Rise Division
Samuel J. Rabin
Chairman. Calendar Committee
Herschel Rosenthal
Chairman. Savings and Loan Division
William S. Ruben
Chairman. Mercantile Division
Kenneth J.Schwartz
Chairman, Worker Recruitment
& Retention
Isaac Sklar .
Chairman, Cuban-Hebrew Division
Eli Timoner _>miH-
Chairman, PuNk: Relations Commit*
even more crucial. I am happy to
report that they are responding ac-
cordingly, giving the maximum gifts
possible so that we can continue last
years record pace; Braman con-
tinued.
The 1980 CJA-IEF total of $15J
million placed Greater Miami in "J
second place of any major Amen&ji
community in the united States
terms of percentage increase owi
the previous year.


RC AIDS IN RELEASE
OF ARGENTINIAN JEW
On May 27, 1976, a bottle of gasoline was
thrown through the window of a Fiat
iealership in downtown Buenos Aires,
Igniting and destroying the store. Leaflets
left on the scene indicated that the bomb-
ing was the work of political activists.
waiting at a bus stop nearby was Horacio
)scar saragovi, then 17 years old, waiting
for a bus which was to have taken him to a
:iub meeting at the Jewish Center.
Saragovis unfortunate luck to be standing
jt that nearby bus stop began a chain of "Kaf-
Kaesque' events beginning with his arrest
)n false charges of commiting the crime
and only ending with the receipt four years
later of the release document which
)rought him to his brother in Miami, in part
through the help of Federations Com-
lunity Relations Committee.
However, before receiving his release, a
Imilitary court found him guilty of
{Alteration of the public order, incitement
[to group violence, and violence against the
police force, and sentenced him in a one day
[trial to six years in prison.
That sentence was gradually lengthened
[to six years and nine months under Argen-
tine law, which adds one half day to a sen-
tence for every day of an appeal procedure.
Saragovis is but one of hundreds of
[similar cases of injustice under the current
Argentine regime, it differs only because
Saragovis six year sentence was commuted
in an unprecedented action by Argentine
President Videla. No other individual con-
victed of a political crime has had his sen-
tence commuted since the Argentine
Imilitary seized power in March, 1976.
That commutation was due in part to the
[unrelenting campaign to win Saragovis
release initiated and maintained by several
groups including the CMJF Community
[Relations committee.
The meetings of Saragovi s family with
ICRC members resulted in the establishment
of some key contacts with legislators in
Washington along with people of influence
in New York who were able to bring the
case to the attention of the Argentinian
I president. Among those individuals were
united states senators Richard Stone,
Lawton Chiles, Congressmen Dante Fascell,
Claude Pepper, Edward J. Stack, and William
Lehman.
Congressman Fascells position and per-
sonal attention were particularly pivotal in
.the case. As chairman of the international
I Operations Subcommittee of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, he is a critical
figure in such matters.
The fact that the military government
recognized that an injustice had been
committed is significant because it demon-
strates that protest from the united States
against human rights violations in Argen-
tina, can in some cases yield positive re-
sults, said Joseph Ranter, CRC Chairman.
Although Jews, as such, have not been
j targeted by security forces in Argentina,
they are perceived to be at a serious disad-
vantage once arrested. Jews are less likely
to be released, and are generally subjected
to more severe treatment, often motivated
by anti-Semitism.
Two non-Jewish men arrested at the time
of the bombing were subsequently
released, but Saragovi remained in deten-
tion. His interrogators hurled anti-Semitic
epithets at him when they inquired about
Jewish community activities and asked if
synagogues were being used to manufac-
ture bombs. Saragovi was denied the op-
'oortunity to have all of his defense wit-
nesses testify, although the lone eyewitness
at the event did testify that he did not
recognize saragovi as having been at the
I scene of the crime.
On July 23, 1980, Saragovi emerged from
La Plata prison. He reluctantly left his native
Argentina for a new life in the united States,
knowing that to remain in Argentina meant
being plagued by his record for the rest of
his life.
Through the help of Rabbi Dennis Wald,
director of the Hillel Jewish student center
at Florida international university, a mem-
ber of Federations family of agencies,
Saragovi was enrolled in an intensive English
course at the school prior to resuming his
university studies.
Although he plans to continue his studies
leading to a career in medicine, Saragovi is
also considering training for the rabbinate
as a result of the experience of his years in
prison. Always devoted to his religious
heritage, Saragovi was particularly pained
by the continuous denial of his request to
have a rabbi visit him in prison. Only after
months of repeated requests was he able to
receive a Bible, and he now wears glasses
resulting from the strain of reading it in his
cell which did not have either window or
electric light.
Shown viewing Horacio Saragoui's release document, personally signed by Argentine President Videla are
(left to right) Ricardo Saragovi, Horacio's brother; Horacio Saragovi, Myron J. Brodie, Mrs. Susan Saragovi,
Horacio's mother, and Edward Rosenthal, director of Federation's Community Relations Department.
Cohen Appointed
Asst. Exec. V.P.
Later Cohen
Lazer Cohen has joined the staff of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation as
assistant executive vice president, it was
announced by Myron J. Brodie, executive
vice president.
Cohen, formerly director of community
planning and budgeting of the Jewish
Federation-Council of Greater los Angeles,
joined the staff of Federation in September
with extensive experience in the field of
Jewish communal work, with broad ex-
posure to communitywide care for the
elderly, teenage recreational programming,
community center planning and director-
ship, as well as community planning and
budgeting procedures.
Harry A. (Hap) Lew, Federation president,
called Cohen a valuable and respected ad-
dition to the executive staff of
Federation. His knowledge and expertise in
those very fields we consider priorities in
this community can only serve to further
enrich the quality of Jewish life in Greater
Miami."
A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., Cohen is a
graduate of the university of Arizona and
San Diego State College, where he received
his M.S.W. degree. Cohen and his wife, Joan,
have three sons, ages 13,12 and 8.
in addition to his association with the
Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los
Angeles, he has also served as a member of
the Council on Aging for the City of Los
Angeles as well as the Los Angeles County
Committee On Affairs On Aging.
He also chaired a steering committee of
the Planning Project on Aging of the central
los Angeles Region, a federally funded
grant to develop a comprehensive program
for the aged under Title ill of the Older
Americans Act.


10
DA
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APPY 1ST ANNIVERSARY
FEDERATION TOWERS!
I
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Adier,
Fine
For some of its elderly residents, tne
move into Federation Towers a year ago
meant tne difference between going to
bed happy and going to bed hungry. For
others it ended the dread of in-
stitutionalized living and brought a renewed
interest in life.
On Sunday. December 21, the 150 residents
of the high rise at 757 west Avenue. Miami
Beach, built by Jewish Federation Housing,
inc. UFH), with construction financing and
rent subsidies provided by the U.S. Depar-
tment of Housing and urban Developments
Section 202 housing program, held a first
birthday party for the building, complete
with candle studded cake for over 250
guests including Congressman Claude Pep-
per, special honoree, celebrating his 80th
birthday this year and a long time champion
of the rights of the elderly Congressman
Pepper is chairman of the House Select
Committee on Aging and honorary co-
chairman of the 1981 White House Con-
ference on Aging. Elaine Bloom chairman
of Federation s Committee on services to
the Elderly, hosted the days festivities
while Morton Siiberman chairman of the
Board of Directors of Jewish Federation
Housing, inc., and former CMJF president
delivered the keynote address, in which ne
noted the pressing need for similar housing
like Federation Towers throughout Dade
County, if the number of applications we
received for the 114 apartments is any in-
dication, Siiberman said, we will have to
build 10 more similar buildings to satisfy
current demands
The Greater Miami Jewish
munity also honored Samuel I.
president of jfh and Martin
housing consultant for their role in the con-
struction of Federation Towers. The
Residents of Federation Towers took the
opportunity to show their gratitude with
the presentation of a check to the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund, along with 50 registration cards for
participation in January 18s Super Sunday
phone-a-thon.
Jewish Federation Housing, inc., is a non-
profit corporation formed by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, to plan and
develop buildings such as Federation
Towers, designed for the low income
elderly who live on S6.000 a year or less. The
Department of Housing and urban
Developments Section 202 program
stipulates that no tenant can pay more than
25 per cent of his monthly income for rent
The lowest rent paid at Federation Towers is
S38 a month, the highest $202
Prior to their move last year, the tenants
of Federation Towers were spending as
much as 80 per cent of their income on
rent, with their new rent subsidies, these
elderly r\a\/e been able to better cope with
inflation, purchase better health care bet-
ter food with more balanced nutritional
content, and live their lives with greater
dignity
Many of these people had been living in
substandard conditions on Miami Beach s
South Beach prior to the completion of
Federation Towers. High rents- were
preventing them from properly caring for
themselves on fixed.incomes.
in contrast to these deteriorated con-
ditions, the attractive, carpeted apartments
of Federation Towers, with the 24 nour
security protection and emergency com-
municator devices to notify trained staff of
any personal crisis have literally saved the
lives of many tenants
Shown at the First Anniversary Celebrai trs are Martin Fine, housing consultant;Elam
Bloom, chairman of the Committei n Services to t Congressman Claude Pepper h -.jree; and
Samuel 1 Adler. president ofJeu ish Ft deration Housing. Inc.
binical Assoc. Declares
CJA-IEF Shabbat
The Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami has designated January 9-10 as tne
Combined Jewish Appeai-israei Emergency
Fund (CJA-IEF) ShaDDat supporting tne
Greater Miami Jewish Federation s 1981 CJA-
!EF campaign and Super Sunday 81
scheduled for the following Sunday
January 18.
Super Sunday is tne largest nationwide
communications network among jews ever
attempted in tne united States it is a con-
certed effort to reach all of the Jewish
households in Greater Miami and the rest of
the united States by telephone to enlist
their support in campaigns such as the CJA-
According to Rabbi Simcha Freedman
president of the Rabbinical Association tne
special Shabbat marks the fifth annual such
Shabbat, designated Dy the united jewisn
Appeal Rabbinic Cabinet
Congregations throughout Greater Miami
will observe the cja-ief Shabbat focus.nq
on the concept of Tzeoakah and the work of
GMJF s family of agencies in supporting and
IbToTd JeW'Sh "fe at home and
The synagogue is both a haven for reflec-
tion and a place in which we are aoie tc con
template our commitment to our fellow
Jews throughout the world. Rabci Freed-
man said Our very faith and ethics teacn us
that every jew must assume his f uii snare of
responsibility toward buiidmg ana
strengthening the community ne con-
tinued
Members of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, representing an
denominations of Judaism, encourage sup-
port for the CJA-IEF in their individual
congregations and work with community
leaders to develop an understanding of tne
Jewish dimensions of giving and commit-
ment.
in urging the participation of the Greater
Miami Jewish community in cja-ief snaDDat
Rabbi Freedman said, We are acccuruapie
for the future of Judaism and must an oe
counted we want future generations to
know that we have discharged our deDt to
our past by making our spiritual
material contribution to the future
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IPO Offers Fifth
Scholar-in-Residence Series
Federations Israel Programs Office will be
Iffering its fifth annual Scholar-in-
sidence program beginning January 26
id running through February 8. The an-
nouncement was made by Morris Futernick,
lhairman of IPO.
me program is an intensive public
>eaking forum designed primarily to reach
ie broadest possible university student
td faculty audience. However, in response
its overwhelming success in recent years,
\e program has been expanded beyond its
Original scope to include concerned mem-
bers of the community at large.
One of this years scholars is Dr. Arnon
Jutfeld of Tel Aviv university. Cutfeld, a
rtstorian, is considered to be an authority
>n the history of United States involvement
In the Middle East. He is at present a senior
lecturer at Tel Aviv university and a faculty
lember of the school for Overseas studies.
Dr. Cutfeld has been teaching a course in
jnited States involvement in the Middle
lEast at the Israel Staff and command College
lof the Israel Defense Forces for the past
several years. He recently completed two
[years as Visiting Professor of History at the
[university of Florida.
He received his MA. in law at the univer-
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sity of Montana and his Ph.D. in history at
the University of California at los Angeles.
This year the program will be further ex-
panded with the participation of one of the
scholars in residence, Professor Amos
Shapira, in the Sandra Goldstein Memorial
Lecture series, established to perpetuate
the memory of the late Sandra Goldstein, a
young Miami attorney and active leader in
the Greater Miami Jewish community.
Shapira, dean of the faculty of law at Tel
Aviv university, is a recognized expert both
in Israel and the united States on inter-
national law. He served as senior fellow and
lecturer at the Yale Law School from 1974 to
1975 and was visiting professor of law at the
Georgetown univeristy Law Center in
Washington during the summer of that
year. He holds a Master of Law degree from
the Hebrew university, a Master of Com-
parative Law from Columbia university and
a Doctor of Law degree from Yale univer-
sity.
For further information about Dr. Gut-
feld's or Professor Shapira s public speaking
engagements, consult the community
Calendar found in this issue of federation,
or contact the Israel Programs Office at 576-
4000, ext. 507
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Dr. Arnon Gutfeld
Prof. Amos Shapira
On hand at the Federation Tuesday luncheon
were (seated from left) Gloria Raffel; Shankey
Haffel; Gertrude Vlasky; Maxine Schwartz,
chairman of the event; (standing from left)
Michael Fischer; Norman Braman. 1981 CIA-
1EF general campaign chairman and a GM.IF
vice president; Howard Squadron, keynote
speaker; Harry A. (Hap) Levy. GM.IF
president, and Myron ./. Brodie, GM.IF
executive vice president.
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FEDERATION TUESDAY DRAWS OVER 600
Changing opportunities for Jewish
women in todays world was the topic of
the recent Federation Tuesday program en-
titled Directions" which took place
November 18 at the Omni international
Hotel, sponsored by the women's Division
of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. More
than 600 women attended this event, which
featured five noted authorities on the
topics of personal, political and cultural
issues of American Jewish life.
Howard Squadron, chairman of the Con-
il[5icKeof Pres'dents of Major American
bSE-2,9?nizatins and President of the
fkevnnS eJew,sh Cor,9ress. was the days
'bfvo? wnS?ker- HIS 3ddreSS t0 the aSSem"
bprwLnThen,emphas,zed the relationship
between the American Jewish community
and Israel, their politics and their leaders. He
advised the Jewish community to speak out
in support of Israel and against all forms of
anti-Semitism occurring throughout the
world.
Rabbi Sandy Sasso, associate rabbi of
congregation Beth-El zedek of Indianapolis
and the first female graduate of the Recon-
structionist Rabbinical college, discussed
changes and new vistas for the Jewish
woman in religious life. A nationally and in-
ternationally known lecturer on women in
Judaism Rabbi Sasso has authored several
articles on the subject of women and
religion.
Other speakers included Esther R. Landa,
immediate past president of the National
Council of Jewish women, Barbara
Schulman, national board member of the
united Jewish Appeal women's Division and
Brenda Shapiro, Southeast Region Director
of the American Jewish committee.
Maxine Schwartz chaired the event, with,
the assistance of women's Division vice
president of Community Education,
Dorothy Podhurst; women's Division
President Helene Berger; area chairpersons
Debra Schwartz for Miami Beach; Debbie
Edelman for North Dade, Nancy Orovitz and
Esther smith for south Dade; and area vice
chairpersons for community Education,
Estelle Haber for Miami Beach, Susan Fields
for North Dade, and Robbie Herskowitz and
Helene Lanster for south Dade.


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4
LANNIHG AND BUDGETINGI DIPT
SETS PRIORITY PROGRAM
Goldie Goldstein
Melvin L. Kartzmer
Irene Baros
spearheaded by the Board of Directors
charge to the Planning and Budgeting
committee that it create a set of priorities
to guiae reaeration in its allocation process,
the Planning and Budget committee
developed a draft of proposed Federation
goals and submitted it to the Federation
Board of Directors at its annual Board in-
stitute in May of 1979. The Board officially
adopted the proposal and incorporated the
goals within Federation s official records.
Planning and Budgeting then proceeded
to develop a process in which each local
agency which receives deficit funding from
Federation would identify each of its various
services and programs together with the
Planning and Budget committee assigned a
priority rating to each. The priority was
based on the extent to which each of these
services helped the community to move
closer to its goals.
The goals of Federation are the following:
to strengthen and raise the level of
Jewish life in the local community, and
promote the maintenance and vigorous
application of the Jewish ethic and Jewish
teachings as the foundation for the survival
of the Jewish people and of Judaism.
to do everything in the community s
power to assist in the continued existence
and development of the state of Israel
to encourage and increase the personal
Jewish identity of Jews in the community,
providing opportunities for them to par-
ticipate as fully as possible in organized
Jewish groups and activities.
to be responsive to problems besetting
individual Jews or Jewish families and assist
them through direct service or referral to
other appropriate community resources.
to provide leadership and assistance to
local Jewish agencies, institutions, and
organizations in helping them and the total
Jewish community to achieve Jewish goals
and purposes.
to serve as the central organization of
Jewish life and the central Jewish address of
the community.
to participate fully, in partnership with
other Jewish communities, and the non-
Jewish community in supporting and
sustaining constructive causes and
organizations, both Jewish and non-Jewish,
throughout the united States.
to provide every possible form of
assistance to overseas Jewish communities
whose rights or continued existence are in
jeopardy. Goldstein said that even at the
present time, the Committee is always
reexamining the priorities attempting to
hone more sharply the direction it offers
the budgeting process.
Goldstein, a Federation vice president, is"
no stranger to tfie planning and budgeting
process. She was a vice chairman of the
committee for the past four years, and was
succeeded in that post by Melvin l Kartz-
mer, who joined the committee last year
and is also a Federation vice president.
Because of the wide scope of its work,
Planning and Budgeting has the most ex-
tensive sub-committee structure of any
committee in the Federation. This strut""
ture is broken down into the Committee on
Group Services, chaired by Gwen wem
berger, with Arnold Stern, vice chairman
the committee on Services to the Elderly
chaired by Elaine Bloom with Irene Baros
vice chairman; the Committee on
Education, Culture and Religion, chaired by
Dr. Jerome Catz with Barry Bogin, vice
chairman; the committee on individual and
Health Services, chaired by Jonathan Kisiak
with George Kotler, vice chairman the
Committee on Non-Local Services chaired by
Myra Farr, and the Committee on
Federation/Synagogue Fiscal Relationships
chaired by Gwen Weinberger.
in addition, the Youth services Com-
mission, chaired by Jeffrey Newman, the
Community Chaplaincy Service, chaired Dv
Rafael Kravec, the Israel Programs Office*
chaired by Morris Futernick and co-cnaired
by Emanuel Berlatsky, the Refugee Reset
tlement committee, chaired by Allen
Brooks, and the High School in Israel Com
mittee, chaired by Don Dorra comprise the
substructure of the Committee
Two new committees, recently added, in-
clude the Agency Administrative Practices
committee, chaired by Forrest Raffei with
Jesse Casselhoff, vice chairman, and the
Federation Functional Services committee,
chaired by Peter Goldring.
An additional two directions to the plan
ning and budgeting apparatus will be ac
tivated this year as soon as their
organization is completed. These include
the commission on Jewish Family Life,
created in response to increasing com
munity wide concern for the deterioration
of the role of the family in its members
lives, and the committee on cults,
established following the dramatic increase
in cult group activttiy in the united states in
general, and in South Florida in particular
with its large college age population
However, Goldstein said that this am-
bitious planning apparatus is limited at tne
present time in meeting its full charge ot
responsibilities by insufficient funds fiw
the Combined Jewish Appeal -israei
Emergency Fund campaign to even matcn
the current inflation rate, much less expana
and add services.


Hon. Elaine Bloom
Barry Bogin
Myra Fan-
Morris Futernick


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She added that this trend has been
marked in Dast vears when it has been
necessary tb dip into Federation s meager
reserves simply to maintain existing ser-
vices.
She pointed out that the relationship be-
tween the Planning and Budgeting commit-
tee and the CJA-ief is immediate and crucial
The 1981 camapign goal of over $20 million
to meet our local, national and overseas
commitments is an absolute necessity she
said.
That figure is the absolute minimum this
community must raise this year to allow its
umbrella of services to continue to function
at their current level of proficiency and to
begin to deal with the backlog of unmet
needs awaiting attention.
Goldstein said that the degree and quality
of lay leadership participation in the various
Planning and Budgeting committees con-
tinues to grow, "indicating the growing im-
portance of this field of communal respon-
sibility in the minds of our fellow Jews.
no allocation or budgetary decision is
made by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation without constant and intensive
review by the entire Planning and
Budgeting structure, she said, noting that
the committee's role has come to be a cor-
nerstone of the Federation process
Jonathan Kislak
George Kottler
Rafael Kravec
Pacesetters Hear
Eulogy At Auschwitz
At the recent Greater Miami Jewish
Federation s Pacesetter Mission to Poland a
memorial service was held at the Auschwitz-
Birkenau Concentration Camp where 3
million jews were exterminated during the
Holocaust Conducting the service was Rab-
bi Solomon schiff, Director of the Com
munitv Chaplaincy service and Executive
vice President of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami Rabbi Schiff s eulogy
follows:
The prophet Jeremiah in describing the
terrible calamity that befell the Jewish
people during the destruction of the first
Temple, said gadol kayam shivraych -
your tragedy is as vast as the ocean iLamen-
tations 213) Jeremiah did not compare the
tragedy to a huge mountain or an enor-
mous desert, but instead, to an ocean For
when a tragedy occurs on land, there
remains a sign, a grave, a resting place to
remind us of that disaster When a tragedy
occurs on the ocean, however, there
remains no sign, no remnant of that
tragedy, vast numbers of people can be lost
in the ocean, and they are swallowed up
without the slightest trace that they ever
existed. This then is the highest form of a
tragedy
Here at Auschwitz and Birkenau we bear
witness to the most barbaric acts in all of
mankind s history. Here we have seen the
horrible results of man s raging hatred
how mans ingenuity can be mobilized
systematically to destroy millions of people
in the most sadistic ways possible.
This tragedy, however, can be ever
greater if, like the ocean, the massacre of
these millions will be swallowed up and
forgotten as if never having taken place.
This would add an unpardonable dimension
to that tragedy.
Let us, therefore, vow r\ere at the site of
the slaughter of our martyred people that
we will never forget our six million Jews ex-
terminated in the Holocaust, of which three
million perished here. As each of us raises
our right hand, we pledge:
We will remember our brothers and
sisters, victims of racism and hatred who
died for the sole crime of being Jewish we
will live our lives in such a way as to bring
honor to their memories and fulfillment to
their unrealized dreams.
IM ESH KO CHAYCH YERUSHALAYIM
tishkach yemini if I forget thee 0
Jerusalem, Let my right hand forget its cun-
ning. May my tongue cleave to my palate, if
I remember thee not (Psalm 1375,6)
SHEMA YISRAEL ADONAI ELOHAYNU ADONAI
ECHAD
Hear o Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord
is one.
ZECHOR, ZECHOR, ZECHOR Remember,
remember, remember.
A mold J. Stern
Gwen Weinberger
Jeffrey E. Newman


10
News From
Soutli Dade
JVS Expands S. Dade Services
A young south Dade woman, recently
divorced, came to the Jewish vocational
Service South Dade office in need of a job.
She hadn't worked in five years and wasn't
sure what types of jobs would be
available. She wasn't even sure
which marketable skills she possessed.
A job placement counselor was able to help
her identify her marketable skills and the
occupations to which these skills could be
applied. The counselor also helped this
woman plan a job search strategy, prepare a
resume, prepare for employment inter-
views, and arrange meetings with prospec-
tive employers. This woman is now working
and is considering returning to school to
gain additional skills.
A high school student, unsure of which
career to pursue and which college to at-
tend, recently visited the JVS south Dade of-
fice at 12401 S.w. 102nd Avenue, vocational
testing, counseling, and extensive career
exploration helped this student establish a
career direction, a college was selected
based on his career choice among other
considerations. This student is now atten-
ding Florida State University and majoring
in Fashion Merchandising.
A man in his late 30s realized his present
occupation was no longer meeting nis
needs A JVS Mid-Life career Change group
held in south Dade helped him identify his
alternatives and choose a more appropriate
career.
These are but a few examples of the kinds
of people and situations the Jewish
vocational Service Career counseling and
job Placements Programs serve.
The Career counseling Program is
designed specifically for anyone in the
community needing assistance in choosing
a career, vocational interest and aptitude
tests, along with individual counseling, are
used to help those wishing to make a career
choice.
Counseling for adults considering a mid-
life career change or those entering the job
market is also available. For those con-
sidering a college education, this program
also offers college selection counseling A
limited financial aid program is ad-
ministered by the Jewish vocational Service
and is available to both college and
vocational students.
The Job Placement Program is designed
to help people who r\ave at least a general
idea of what occupation they would like to
pursue and possess the skills to do so
Resume writing, job interview techniques,
job seeking skills, and career information
are integral parts of the services available
The program obtains job orders on a con-
tinuing basis and provides information
about the Florida job market. The
Placement Counselor also works in conjun-
ction with the Career counselor to present
special interest programs. JVS has been ser-
ving the South Dade Jewish community on a
limited basis. However, the increase in
demand for services has made it necessary
to expand individual and group counseling
programs.
At present, career planning services are
available in south Dade at Temple Beth Am
on Thursday afternoons and at the Jewish
Community Center on Wednesday evenings
job Placement services are available at the
Jewish community Cneter on Friday after-
noon.
Plans to expand services in south Dade are
underway and four group programs ha\/e
already been scheduled for 1981
On January 15. 1981, a one session career
workshop for women will be presented to
discuss the implications of returning to
work.
A six-session group program for women
who are interested in making a career
choice or career change will begin January
29, 1981.
Everything you Always wanted to Know
About college but were Afraid to Ask. a
one-session program for students and their
parents involved in the college selection
process will take place on March 4, 1981.
workshops providing information on
college selection, career choice, financial
aid, and Jewish activities on campus will be
presented.
A six-session program will begin March 18,
1981 to help high school students establish a
career direction and select an appropriate
college.
Each of these JVS programs will take place
at the South Dade Branch of the Jewish
Community Center located at 12401 SW
102nd Avenue, Miami.
The Jewish vocational Service is a member
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation s
family of agencies and is providing these
programs in cooperation with the South
Dade Jewish Community Center and the
South Dade Area Office of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
LEADERSHIP PROFILE
Morris Futernick
Morris Futernick, chairman of the cam-
paign committee of the South Dade area of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is no
stranger to Jewish communal work.
A long time Miami resident, Futernick was
a member of the original Ad hoc steering
Committee which was the predecessor of
the current south Dade Committee.
in addition to his role in the South Dade
Committee, Futernick is a co-chairman of
the upcoming January 18 Super Sunday
phone-a-thon, the largest communications
network ever attempted by the Jewish
community of Greater Miami.
Long interested and active in Israeli af-
fairs, Futernick serves as chairman of
Federation s Israel Programs committee
helping to direct hundreds of interested
community members into the programs
which can make their Israel experience
most meaningful.
Last year, Futernick and his wife Mikki
joined Maxine and Kenneth Schwartz in
leading a group of community members on
the Spain segment of Journey to Jerusalem
the Federation's 1980 Missions Program.
A member of the GMJF Board of Directors
from 1975 to 1979. Futernick has also served
on the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign steering com-
mittee as well as having served as co-
chairman of Federations Commission on
the Elderly, and co-chairman of the Israel '30
Committee.
He and his wife are the parents of five
children, Cathie, Frank, Lee, Jeffrey and
Marc.
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essage From the Chairman
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you may not be aware, but the eyes of
)rth American Jewry are looking at the
luth Dade effort as a model of community
janization through your Federation.
?obert Hiller made that statement when
came to visit our community last month.
Iler knows what he is speaking about. As
:utive vice president of the Council of
yish Federations, he is in contact with the
Idership of North American Jewry on a
iiy basis. According to Hiller, that leader-
lip is interested in the direction our south
committee takes, and how our com-
inity develops in the Greater Miami
/ish Federation structure.
|n an age when American Jews are con-
uiing to move far from the central cities
newer suburban areas, and others are
>cking to Sun Belt cities which know
llther the form nor the space limitations
their northern counterparts, South Dade
indeed provides the perfect opportunity
to demonstrate how a Jewish community
develops and cooperates with its larger
metropolitan Jewish communal structure.
we have demonstrated that the South
Dade Committee is not simply an outpost of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, we
are a vital and contributing component. Not
only are we enhancing the quality of our
Jewish communal life through such highly
successful programs as our recent evening
with Leonard Fein, (editor of Moment
Magazine) we are developing the apparatus
to become a genuine ongoing service ot the
South Dade Jewish community.
Our major emphasis will be to work hand
in hand with the numerous organizations,
congregations and social service agencies
which have taken root in South Dade to
provide the kind of joint programming and
Fran Levey
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service a community of our stature deser-
ves.
I would like to take this opportunity to
bring to your attention the importance of
the upcoming January 18 Super Sunday
phone-a-thon. Our participation in this
nistonc communications network of all of
the Jewish communities in the united
States is our way of saying that the
achievements of our community have been
meaningful, and that those achievements
must continue and grow.
We have been told that ours is a story
which needs to be written and written well.
The development of the south Dade Jewish
community is one of the most important
undertakings ever begun by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, its goal of
providing a means for grass roots par-
ticipation in the decision making process
while living in the midst of one of the
largest Jewish communities in the country
does not stand for us alone, its implemen-
tation will point the way for the success and
future well-being of Jewish communities
throughout the united States.
Fran Levey
iwn at the recent meeting with Council of Jewish Federations executive vice president Robert Hiller are
ft to right seated) David Rosenbaum and Leonard Wien, Jr. Standing (left to right) are Robert Hiller, Sherri
\liakoff Maurice Donsky, and Fran Levey, chairman of the South Dade Committee.
"My Shalom, My Peace" at S. Dade JCC
I don t like war. They end in wreatns and
monuments That simple statement by a
nine year old Israeli boy accustomed to life
with violence and terror sets the tone for
My Shalom, My Peace, an exhibition of 29
drawings and eight poems by Israeli and
Arab children The exhibition will open Sun
day evening, January 11 with a special
family reception at the South Dade Jewish
community Center, 12401 S.w. 102nd Ave
from 7 to 9 p.m. It will remain on display un-
til January 25.
The exhibition was organized by united
Jewish Appeal, and its appearance in South
Dade is being co-sponsored by Jewish
Community Centers of South Florida and
the South Dade office of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Judy Stopek and Carol
Cantor are co-chairing the opening recep-
tion.
The theme of the exhibit is the appeal of
peace across ethnic lines. The works were
first produced three years ago in a contest
conducted in Israels schools. The most
striking of these testimonials to peace are
represented in the exhibition. The paintings
and drawings were selected by Israeli artist
Jacob Zim The poems were chosen by Urile
Ofek, one of Israel's best known writers of
books for young people.
Following the opening event at the South
Dade JCC, schools in south Dade are being
invited to view the exhibition, we are in-
viting secular and parochial school children
to draw their pictures and write their own
poems on what peace means to them, says
Center Director Buddy Sapolsky. Then we
want them to see the exhibit and talk about
it
it s a chance for them to see what values
and ideas Christian and Jewish children in
the united States have in common with
Moslem and Jewish youngsters in Israel,
Sapolsky says.
The most representative pictures and
poems will join the exhibition while it is on
display at the Center. Any school or group
interested in seeing My Shalom, My Peace
should contact Marsha Botkin at the South
Dade Jewish Community Center, 251-1394.


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CAMPAIGN HIGHUGHTS...
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Last monM's Sheraton River House meeting of the Food & Allied Trades
Division included (left to right), Arthur Horowitz, Co-Chairman^ Food and
Allied Trades Division; Paul Berkowitz, Liquor Division; Donald E. Lefton,
Co-Chairman, Food and Allied Trades Division.
Shown at last month's Women '$ Division Lion ofJudah Luncheon at the home
of Florence Hecht are (left to right), Nancy Frehling, Pacesetter-Trustee
Chairman, Nancy Lipoff, Pacesetter-Trustee Chairman; Florence Hecht. hostess
for the event; and Mikki Futernick, Women's Division Campaign Chairman.
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Participant* in the r*c*nt Young Latin American Mission to Israel are shown as they gathered on Am-
munition Hill in Jerusalem on their recent visit to the area.

Shown at last month's Young Adults Gifts Reception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Braman are (from left), Harry A. (Hap) Levy, GMJF President;
Robert Merlin, 1981 Young Adults Division Campaign Chairman; Jack Levine,
Chairman, Young Adults Division; Howard Stone, Director of Overseas
Programs, United Jewish Appeal; Norman Braman, 1981 CJA-IEF general
campaign chairman and a GMJF vice president.


rker Profile
lillerme Sostchin
fuillermo Sostchin
jrmo (Bill) sostchin spent his days as a
jboy ih living in a major city with a
ewish population, his parents, along
thousands of men and women,
ited from Europe in the 1920s to
pe anti-Semitism, pogroms and op-
on with them they brought the
v m culture and heritage that their an-
* t other youngsters in this Jewish
Kinity, Sostchin attended a Jewish day
where he studied Yiddish and
along with the basic educational
rements. His family belonged to one
four major synagogues in the city and
in was bar-mitzvahed at the age of 13.
Nng the 1950s Jews prospered in sost-
birthplace. They lived wealthy,
jcted lives. According to sostchin there
relatively little anti-Semitism, except
xasional derogatory names uttered by
children, in general, a feeling of
lorn flourished freedom to practice
their religion, as well as to pursue any
desired career.
in 1959 Sostchin s life changed drastically.
The country where he had been raised was
Cuba; the city with a large Jewish
population was Havana, in 1959 Fidel Castro
and his Communist regime took power.
Sostchins parents anticipated the lack of
religious freedom and economic restric-
tions attendant to a communist govern-
ment, in January of 1960, two days after the
United States broke diplomatic relations
with Cuba, Sostchin and his brother were
sent to Miami on the first available flight. His
parents followed six months later.
Today Sostchin is an attorney in Miami and
through the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation works relentlessly to insure that
his people must never suffer again, sost-
chin s involvement in Jewish organizations
in Miami stems from his activities when he
entered the united States. Although his
family had to struggle to succeed finan-
cially, they immediately became active in
the Cuban Hebrew Congregation which was
just being formed. When the family moved
to Miami Beach, sostchin was reunited with
some of his childhood friends from Cuba.
This enabled them to band together and
form the Young Cuban Hebrew Association.
Sostchin became the organizations third
president and served from 1964-65.
While attending classes at the university
of Miami School of Law, sostchin spent most
of his time attending to his studies and kept
his involvement in Jewish organizations to a
minimum, in 1972 Sostchin and his wife
Henrietta became active in cmjfs Cuban
Hebrew committee.
Sostchin took on the assignment of
organizing other young Cuban Jewish
couples, involving them in Federation, in
addition, he was instrumental in the
organization of the Latin American Jewish
Association and the Cuban Hebrew
professionals committee of the Federation.
Both pf these groups have since combined
with others already active with Federation
and other community organizations. Sost-
chin was recently named secretary of the
Cuban Hebrew committee for the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. Every year sostchin looks
forward to the beginning of Federations
CJA-IEF campaign, which provides him with
the opportunity of working with his peers
for a common cause.
Sostchins family, which includes three
small children, currently belongs to the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation, the Cuban
Sephardic Congregation of Miami and Tem-
ple Beth Moshe. sostchin has also served on
the Board of Directors of Temple Beth
Moshe for three years.
Believing that his involvement with just
one division in the overall structure of
Federation was not sufficient, Sostchin and
his wife became members of CMJFs Young
Adults Division last year. They recently par-
ticipated in its Young Latin American
Mission to Israel. Although sostchin has
been active in Jewish causes for many years,
this was his first visit to Israel.
in Israel, Sostchin was particularly im-
pressed by undertakings to renew and
beautify the land. The flowering of thp
Negev is just one in a series of massive
projects undertaken by such a small coun-
try, in spite of all its other problems; sost-
chin explained. "I realized the tremendous
tasks the Israelis perform and are willing to
pay for. I feel that Jews throughout the
world should do no less than the Israelis do.
sostchin emphasizes that other members
of the community should take any oppor-
tunity to travel to Israel, especially on a
mission, adding that the mission he par-
ticipated in has given him a new direction in
life.
Sostchins future plans include increasing
his activities with Federation. As a result of
my first trip to Israel, I intend to dedicate
more of myself to Jewish life ano com-
munity work."

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?nding a recent meeting to discuss worker training were Big Gifts Division
ibers (from left), Marc Hauser, Attorneys Division; Martin Goodman,
itzim Division; Sidney Savelle, Giborim Division; Jeffrey Gillman,
tuntants Division.
Pictured at West view Country Club for this division s recent planning meeting
as the 1981 Campaign kickoff nears are (from left) Harry J. Klein; David J.
Levy; Eugene J. Weiss; Dr. Edward Galler.


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TUESDAY. JAHVAflY 9
Temple Beth Sholom presents
American Ballet Theatre
at the Theater of the Performing Arts
Call 538-7231 for information
SATURDAY. JANUARY 10
Congregation Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
Art Auction
Phone: 382-0997 for information
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Senior Youth Dance
at Temple, 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive.. NMB
Call 947-1435 for information
American Jewish Congress
Art Auction
7:30 p.m.
at Holiday Inn. 11111 Biscayne Blvd.. N. Miami
SUNDAY. JAJMLAKY 11
Temple Israel Institute for Adult Studies
Dr. Jeremy /.welling "Schizophrenia and Mysticism"
Call 573-5900 for information
South Dade JCC Golden Age Friendship Club
White Elephant Sale
1 p.m.
Call 251 -1394 for inf or ma tion
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Junior Youth Group Dance
at Temple. 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
Call 947-1435 for information
GMJF Miami Shalom Open House
8 p.m.
at Michael Ann Russell JCC
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club Latin Fiesta
Latin enteratinment and foods from south of the border
Friedland Ballroom. Temple Emanu-El
1701 Washington Avenue.. MB
8p.m.
For reservations call 538-2503
SUNDAY. JANUARY 11 SUNDAY, JANUARY 25
Jewish Community Center of South Dade
Art Exhibit "My Shalom. My Peace"
7-9 p.m. Opening Reception
at South Dade JCC
MONDAY. JANUARY 12
Temple Beth Am and Miami Dade Community College
"Building Your Child's Self-Esteem" Course begins
12:15-2:15 p.m.
at Beth Am Chapel
Phone: 667-6667
Young Israel of Greater Miami
Health Lecture Series
Dr. Murray Kane "Pediatrics"
8 p.m.
990 N.E. 171st Street.. NMB
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artists Series
Concert
8:30 p.m.
Theater of Performing Arts
Call 532-3491 for information
MONDAY MORNINGS BEGINNING JANUARY 12
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Adult Education Classes
Call 947-1435 for information
TUBMIAV JAMIIABYH
Forte Forum Lecture Series
John Haletsky -"Old Masters" Lowe Art Museum's
Kress Collection (Slides)
lp.m.
1200 West Avenue. MB (Auditorium)
GMJF Young Adults Division
Learn In on "The Genesis Project the Joseph Story"
Gene Greenzweig of CAJE. Instructor
7:30 p.m.
at Federation building. 4200 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
Community Concert Association
Pittsburgh Symphony Chamber Orchestra
Symon Goldberg, conductor
David Bar-Han, pianist
Phone: 538-2121 for information
TUESDAY EVENINGS. BEGINNING JANUARY 13
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Adult Education Classes
Call 947-1435
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14
JCC Yiddish Film Festival
presents "Mamele"
8 p.m.
at Temple Israel of Miramar
6920 S.W. 35th St.. Miramar
call 921 -6511 for information
Congregation Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
Adult Education Jewish Life Cycle
Divorce The Jewish Perspective
H p.m.
8460 S.W. 154th Circle Court
Call 382-0898 for information
Art Exhibit (January 14-30)
Paintings bv 50 senior citizens art students representing
Federation Towers, Ida Fischer Adult Community Education
Center. Roney Plaza and the South Shore
Community Center
at the Lincoln Road Mall Office of Chase Federal
Savings & Loan Association
Open free to the public
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For further information call 532-0088
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15
Miami Beach Public Library and the
Central Agency for Jewish Education
Great Jewish Books Discussion Group
"Essays on Human Rights" by David Sidorsky.
Sidney Liskofsky and Jerome Shestack
Brenda Shapiro discussion leader
1:30 p.m. at Miami Beach Public Library
2100 Collins Avenue. MB
GMJF CAMPAIGN OPENING DINNEH ON BEHALF OF
THE 1981 COMBINEDJEWISH APPEAL ISRAEL
EMERGENCY FUND
GUEST SPEAKER-SHIMON PERES. FORMER
MINISTER OF DEFENSE
STATE OF ISRAEL. CURRENT LEADER OF
ISRAEL'S LABOR PARTY
5.30 p.m.
FONTAINEBLEAU HILTON HOTEL
PHONE: 576-4000 FOR INFORMATION AND
RESERVATIONS
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Bingo 7:30 p.m.
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
Temple Judea Cultural Events Committee presents
"Clog and Grog Family Nile"
7:30 p.m.
Call 667-5657 for information
Hollywood Jewish Community Center
Mastectomy Symposium
8 p.m.
2838 Hollywood Blvd.. Hollywood
Call 921-6511 for information
FRinAY JANUARY IS
Congregation Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
Oneg Shabbat Social Hour
8 p.m.
Refreshments Everyone welcome
8460 S.W. 154th Circle Court. Miami
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17
The Fine Arts of Beth David presents
The Brothers Peskanov: Alexander Peskanov. pianist.
Mark Peskanov. violist
8 p.m.
at Beth David Congregation
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami
Call 854-3911 for information
Temple Beth Am
Beth Am Singles
8 p.m.
at Temple Youth Lounge
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Artists Series presents
Renata Scotto with Orchestra
8:30 p.m.
at Theater of Performing Arts
SUPER SUNDAY
GMJF S MASSIVE PHONE A THON ON BEHALF OF
THE 1981 CJA-IEF .
10 a.m. -8 p.m.
AT FONTAINEBLEAU HILTON HOTEL
PHONE: 576-4000. ext. 295 FOR INFORMATION
Temple Reth Am
Congregational Breakfast/Program
"Foreign Policy How it is Made
Guest Speaker Albert Seligmann. of the U.S. Suite Depl
9:30 a.m.
at Temple Beth Am, phone 667-6667 for information
Temple Israel Institute for Adult Studies
Dr. Jeffrey S. Gurock "Minorities. Majorities and
American Jews"
10a.m.
Call 573-5900 for information
Temple Beth Sholom
Omnibus Series presents
Francine Klangsbrun and Susan Dworkin
at Temple Beth SHolom. 4144 Chase Ave MB
10 a.m.
Temple Adath Yeshurun
Chaim Potok. Lecturer
8 p.m.
at Temple. 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
JCC Players presents: "The World of Sliolem Aleichem
Three One Act Plays
8 p.m.
at Michael-Ann Russell JCC
18900 N.E. 25th Ave.. NMB
MONDAY. JANUARY 19
South Florida Council of Pioneer Women
Annual Luncheon Public Invited
For information and reservations call 538-2613
Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
JCC Players presents: "The World of Sholem Aleichem
Three One Act Plays
8 p.m.
at Michael-Ann Russell JCC
18900 N.E. 25th Ave.. NMB
Young Israel of Greater Miami
Health lecture Series
Dr. Norman Bloom "Advances in Urology
8 p.m.
990 N.E. 171st St.. NMB
TUESDAY. JANUARY 20
Forte Forum lecture Series
Robert Sandier "Anti-Semitism: a Lingering Malady'
1 p.m.
1200 West Avenue. MB (Auditorium)
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
Ayodah Dance Ensemble in a special performance for
Senior Adults only
8 p.m.
at Michael-Ann Russell JCC
18900 N.E. 25th Ave. NMB
Temple Beth Am
Adult Education "What Jews Believe About God
Rabbi Baumgard
8- 10 p.m.
Temple Youth Lounge


5DAY. JANUARY 21
High Film Festival
"Laughter Through Tears"
Spjn.
i I srael of Miramar
H7. 35th St.. Miramar
6511 for information
^fction Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
. Hhication Series Jewish Life Cycle
8 p.m.
~4V'BV. 154th Circle Court
_^fcieth Sholom
HVformances Series
Chamber Music Orchestra
____Jrtalcolm. conductor:
)ingielder. flute-soloist
8J0pJ
I fce Beth Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.. MB
pAY. JANUARY 22
I Bi'th Am "Ideas through Books"
view of Pentimento by Lillian Hellman.
aldberg, reviewer
. and 8 p.m.
?-6667 for location
j Adath Yeshurun
(7:30 p.m.
pi.-. 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
dish Film Festival
i "Laughter through Tears"
el-Ann Russell JCC
I.E. 25th Ave.. NMB
1-4200 for information
MYJAWAftYiM
I Beth Am
| Singles Dance
? Social Hall
I Adath Yeshurun
jClub and Sisterhood's Game Night
pie. 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
|AY.JANUABY
i Israel Institute for Adult Studies
[Earl A. Grollman "Coping with Death in the Family'
(3-5900 for information
egation Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
IClub "Kick-Off"
h Super Bowl Football Game on a 6 Foot Screen)
Bore information call: 382-0898
Adath Yeshurun
1 Youth Group
ID,
nple. 1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
JCC Yiddish Film Festival
presents "Der Purimspielder (The Jester)
8 p.m.
at Temple Israel of Miramar
6920 S.W. 35th St.. Miramar
Call 921-6511 for information
Congregation Shaare Tefillah of Kendall
Adult Education Series Jewish Life Cycle
8 p.m.
8460 S.W 154th Circle Court. Miami
THURSDAY. JANUARY 29
Miami Beach Public Library and the
Central Agency for Jewish Education
Great Jewish Books Discussion Group
"Song of Songs from the Bible
Dr. Louis Schwartzman Discussion leader
1:30 p.m. at Miami Beach Public Library
2100 Collins Ave.. MB
Temple Beth Am
Senior Citizens Concert
7:30 p.m.
Temple Social Hall
JCC Yiddish Film Festival
presents "Der Purimspielder"
8 p.m.
at Michael-Ann Russell JCC
18900 N.E. 25th Ave.. NMB
Call 932-4200 for information
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Performances Series presents
Pinchas Zuckerman violinist
8:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom
SATURDAY. JANUARY 31
Temple Beth Sholom
Great Performances Series presents
Janet Baker
8:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth Sholom
Beth David Congregation
Yiddish Night
Call 854-3911 for information
SATURDAY. JANUARY 31 MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2
Temple Emanu-EI
Antique Show
at Temple, 1701 Washington Ave.. MB
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 3
Moadon Ivri sponsoring Luncheon Lecture
Dr. Arnon Gutfeld. guest speaker
at Miami Public Library
1:30 p.m.
GMJF Young Adults Division & Israel Programs Office
Professor Amos Shapira, speaker
Luncheon Series for the Sandi Goldstein Memorial
Call 576-4000. ezt. 284. for further information
CAJE sponsoring
Lecture by Dr. Arnon Gutfeld
North Dade Midrasha Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr.. NMB
9 p.m.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
B'nai B nth Hillel Foundation
Lecture by Dr. Arnon Gutfeld
Miami Dade North Community College
Luncheon Meeting
12 Noon
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B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation
Luncheon Lecture by Dr. Arnon Gutfeld
atFIU
12 Noon
>AY,MflUAftY
rbor Hadassah
1-9 p.m.
- Hf side Community Center
: Israel of Greater Miami
i Lecture Series
ry Jacobs "Cardiology"
|E. 171st St.. NMB
>AY. JANUARY 26 FRIDAY. JANUARY 30
I Council of Jewish Women
i Spree '81
| Front Park Auditorium
)AY. JANUARY 27
IForum Lecture Series
m Gittelson "The Judaic-Christian Heritage:
Myth or Reality"
rest Avenue. MB (Auditorium)
PNESDAY. JANUARY 28
Je Beth Am Sisterhood
Ms "The Sandwich Generation"
|ted Family Service Productions
Social Hall
Listing for Jewish Community Calendar
The deadline for late Ftb. and March tutnts it Ffb. 9, 1981
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In Israel
I Dr. K. Says
I He Favors
I A Unified
Jerusalem
I Former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger, maintaining
Khai he is in Israel and the Middle
East to listen and not to make
fcronouncements, parried news-
fcen's questions when asked
Bnrly this week what he thought
Should be the future status of
Jerusalem. "I think it should
Irmain united," was all he would
lay. during a tour of the Old City
Bf Jerusalem, accompanied by
a) or Teddy Kollek.
I Kissinger began his second day
m Israel with breakfast with
luimcr Premier Yitzhak Rabin.
Be met previously with Labor
Jarty head Shimon Peres, who
Iras due to have left for the U.S.
Monday but has postponed his
Lip in view of recent political
levelopments which may turn
nto a Cabinet crisis, which Peres
lopes may bring down the
government.
I After touring Jerusalem, Kis-
ftnger met former Foreign
inister Moshe Dayan and then
with Foreign Minister Yitzhak
lhamir. He later met a group of
tellectual leaders and dined
Irith the Knesset Foreign Affairs
kill Security Committee.
I Israel has begun making ar-
ngements for the opening of a
Insulate in Alexandria, Egypt,
lorcign Ministry sources said
re, Israeli Ambassador to Cairo
lliahu Ben-Elissar has dined
nth the Governor of Alexandria
k discussed plans with him.
I < >|M-ning of Israel's first diplo-
matic representation in Egypt
lit side Cairo is in accordance
nth Egyptian President Anwar
tcKit's proposal for Egyptian
Insulates in Haifa and Beer-
It-lia. the two towns he visited in
Intel, with Israel opening an
Bice in Alexandria, which
pemier Begin visited.
I Egypt's first parliamentary
legation is due to visit Israel
Iter this month when 10 parlia-
mentarians will come on an of-
Icial visit, accompanied by a
lumber of Egyptian journalists.
Thousands of Nablus residents
lid Arabs from nearby villages
urned out to welcome Mayor
lassam Shaka who returned
me Sunday after an extensive
lay abroad for medical treat-
bent. Shaka lost both of his legs
n a car bombing last June 2,
Mieved to have been in reprisal
p the ambush slaying of six
ishiva students in Hebron a
p nth earlier.
I I rirongs bearing wreaths of
Bwera and waving Palestinian
pus massed outside the muni-
i| I library as Shaka was driven
It" the West Bank town. They
fc.mted the traditional slogan.
It spirit and blood we shall save
In Abu-Nidal" (Father of
Bmbat).
Shaka, surrounded by local
knitaries and foreign newsmen,
i^ed that he would continue to
live for a Palestinian state
fcded by the Palestine Libera-
ln Organization.
P"he Cabinet Sunday approved
I appointment of Arye Invit-
P a 32-year veteran of the
fii force, as the new Inspector
?oral of Police to replace Herzl
fcfir who was fired by Interior
lister Yosef Burg last week.
he Cabinet vote, with one
ft.ntion by Finance Minis-
Yigal Hurwitz was seen as
I expression of support for
g He has come under heavy
I Continued on Page 6-B
[.ester Freeman
Philip N. Cheaney
Marshall Harris
Charles E. Cobb. Jr.
Msgr. Bryan Walsh
A t Brotherhood Dinner Here
South Floridians to Receive Silver Medallions
Four South Florida leaders will receive Silver Medallion
Awards for 1981 at the Brotherhood Dinner of the
National Conference of Christians and Jews on Saturday
evening, Feb. 7, at the Omni International Hotel.
To be honored are:
Charles E. Cobb, Jr.. chair-
man of the board. Arvida Cor-
poration;
Marshall Harris, senior vice
president, Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association, and a
partner in the law firm of Harris
and Sirkin;
Msgr. Bryan O. Walsh, di-
rector, Catholic Service Bureau,
Archdiocese of Miami;
Philip N. Cheaney,
president, First Federal of
Broward County.
HANK MEYER. NCCJ's
awards chairman, made the
announcement this week of the
Silver Medallion recipients, who
will be honored for service to the
cause of brotherhood.
Consul Zohar At Histadrut
Dinner For Israel Center
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation will inaugurate its $2
million bequest program for the
benefit of the Polsky Geriatric
Center in Israel at the Histadrut
Solidarity luncheon on Sunday
noon, at the Konover Hotel.
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the
Foundation, announced that the
chairman of the luncheon will be
Kabbi Leon Kronish. who
currently serves as chairman of
the national board of directors for
the foundation.
Guest speaker will be David M.
Zohar, Consul of Israel for the
Southwest United States. Mr.
Zohar was born in Great Britain
in 1939 and immigrated to Israel
in 1948. He has been a newscaster
on Israeli radio and a staff
member for the Middle Eastern
Research at the Shiloah Institute
in Tel Aviv. Consul Zohar has
served the Israeli Diplomatic
Service in Nepal, India,
Washington, D.C. and Los
Angeles before his current post in
Houston, Tex.
Entertainment at the luncheon
Consul David SI. Zohar
will be provided by Cantor Moshe
Friedler and musical direc-
tor Shmuel Fershko.
For further information call the
Histadrut Foundation office.
Elaine EUish, Nat'l Officer
Elaine Kllish (Mrs. Morton V.)
of Tamarac, national vice presi-
dent of Hadassah will be guest
speaker at the annual Major
Gifts Luncheon. Sunday, Jan. 18,
at noon, in the Fontainebleau
Hotel. This Miami Beach region
of Hadassah luncheon is by invi-
tation only. Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America. Inc., is the largest
women's volunteer organization
in the United States with over
370,000 members.
Mrs. Jean Feinberg, president
bf the Miami Beach region of
Hadassah said, "The presence of
Elaine EUish at this luncheon is a
great honor.'' Louella Shapiro
has been appointed chairman of
the luncheon.
Mrs. Kllish currently holds the
portfolio of chairman of the Na-
tional Service Committee of
Hadassah. She was president of
the Lower New York State region
of Hadassah for three years.
She also served as executive
vice president of the Women's
Division of the United Jewish
Appeal and was a member of the
executive board of the Rockland
County Committee for Soviet
'Jewry.
Elaine EUish
She and her husband, Morton,
a prominent Rockland County
builder and developer, have a
history of philanthropic involve-
ment. Elaine was a delegate to
the 28th World Zionist Congress
and is a founder of the Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical
Center.
For further information about
the luncheon, contact the Miami
Beach region of Hadassah office.
Meyer and his committee also
said that Lester Freeman, execu-
tive director of the Greater
Miami Chamber of Commerce,
will receive the NCCJ Distin-
guished Community Service
Award.
In addition, the entire group of
commentators and executive pro-
ducer of the CBS network
television program, 60 Minutes,
have been selected to receive the
1981 Headliner Award of the
National Conference.
Don Hewitt, executive
producer of the program, and
Dan Rather, Harry Reasoner,
Andy Rooney, Morley Safer and
Mike Wallace will be at the Feb. 7
Brotherhood Dinner here to
accept the award.
The dinner is under the chair-
manship of Jim McLamore, co-
founder and chairman emeritus of
the Burger King Corp.
THE HONOREES represent
the three major faiths and were
selected for their outstanding
endeavors in community service
and their leadership in bringing
about better understanding be-
tween individuals and groups,
religious, racial or ethnic.
Cobb, in addition to his many
charitable and philanthropic
efforts, is chairman of the
University of Miami Board of
Trustees Executive Committee,
and on the board of South Florida
Scouting.
Harris, a former Florida state
legislator, is a member of the
Executive Committee and Board
of Directors of the United Way of
Dade County and served as its
general campaign chairman in
1976. Harris is president of the
Florida Philharmonic.
Msgr. Walsh, renowned for his
work with refugees and youth, is
a former chairman of the Public
Health Trust of Dade County and
a member of the Council on
Accreditation of Service for
Families and Children.
CHEANEY, an active Brow-
ard County leader, is former cam-
paign chairman of the United
Way of Broward. He is currently
president of the United Way
Board of Trustees.
General Chairman McLamore
and Broward Chairman Walter
Ketcham urge community par-
ticipation and support "in honor-
ing these outstanding South
Florida citizens and in furthering
the work of the NCCJ."
Abel Holt2
Fana Holt?
Abel and Fana Holtz
Chairing Scholarship Ball
Abel and Fana Holtz have been
named cochairmen of the annual
Lehrman Day School scholarship
ball. The black tie event, a high-
light of the Jewish community
social calendar, is scheduled for
April 4 in the Friedland Ballroom
of Temple Emanu-El.
Proceeds from the ball support
the scholarship program of the
Lehrman Day School, which pro-
vides intensive general and
Jewish knowledge for students
from kindergarten through junior
high school and the ninth grade.
More than half of the students at
the school, headquartered at 727
77th St., Miami Beach, receive
scholarship assistance.
Acceptances of the Holtzes
was announced by Carol
Greenberg, president of Temple
Emanu-El, and by Samuel N
Friedland. chairman of the board
"Funds raised come from
scholarship patrons, who donate
one or more scholarships at
$1.000 each," Greenberg said.
Holtz, chairman of the board
and president of Capital Bank, is
a vice president of Temple
Emanu-El. He is former chair
man of the Minimum Housing
Board of Appeals of the City o*
Miami Beach and a founder an*!
former trustee of Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
A member of the Society of
Founders of the Universit\
Continued on Page 4-B
cJewistti Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, January 9, 1981 .
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