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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.ojfidliaini
Number 10
TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, March 6, 1981
Fr0d Shochul
By Ma,i 60 Cents
Price 35 Cents
Confronting the Growing Custom of Sex Outside of Marriage
, SI SAN GROSSMAN
activity outside of
tgi is surely one of our
- signposts. Gay Talese
hi~ book on American
culture Thy AWg/iiW.s
not without cause. For
students today, pre-
I sex is an accepted norm.
Statistics on teenage preg-
show that the number of
sexually active high-schoolers is
on the rise.
Our sexuality has become one
of the most volatile issues facing
lx)th the individual and the
society. It touches on the battles
over the ERA. gay rights,
abortion-on-demand, sex educa-
tion in the public schools, and
pornography items that are all
high on the social and political
i fashion Model. Karin Dunsky
rofile
Karen Dunsky:
IQueen off Models
Israel Scene
IT IS commonly assumed that a successful
del gets by on good looks, good bones, the right
Ight and the right weight. But all that is really just
B beginning, according to top Israeli model Karin
I risky.
f'As I turn, glide and vamp on a runway or before a
fcnera, I must understand perfectly what the client
Id photographer want and what any piece of
Jthing can and cannot do."
iKarin has modeled clothes for Nancy Kissinger
pi Kosalynn Carter. And if Nancy Reagan wants to
Israeli fashion, Karin is sure to be among the
Continued on Page 6-A
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agenda* of groups Left and
Right, feminists, moral crusa-
ders, pro-family" lobbyists, and
religious leaders.
THE INVOLVEMENT of reli-
gious organizations and leaders
in some of these issues raises
constitutional questions about
church-state separation and First
Amendment rights. But religious
groups also confront the basic
questions of modern sexual
values when speaking to their
own constituencies and parti-
cularly in the messages that they
an' beaming to their young
people. It is the business of
organized religion to worry about
these things, to offer guidance,
and to try to clarify the moral
issues.
The challenge facing religious
leaders, especially when dealing
with young people, is how to
communicate their message
without being unfaithful to their
tradition, on the one hand, or so
prescriptive that they alienate
their audience on the other.
How well have Jewish religious
spokespeople coped with this
challenge? Can any message to
Jewish young people from in-
Continued on Page 7-A
Can Mideast Survive
Moslem A-Bomb?
By HARRY WALL
The war between Iraq
and Iran has overshadowed
an equally dangerous
development in the Persian
Gulf the Iraqi pursuit of
nuclear weapons capability.
For President Saddam
Hussein, the ruthless
leader of Iraq, both of these
represent carefully-planned
steps toward the at-
tainment of Iraq's
hegemony in the Gulf and
Hussein's ambition to
emerge as the head of the
most powerful Arab nation.
Thai Iraq has gotten bogged
down in a border war it started
with Iran does not interfere with
u s aim to become a nuclear
power. True, the Gulf war has
temporarily interrupted
Hussein's nuclear arms develop-
ment program. But Israeli
analysts, who are closely watch-
ing the build-up of Iraq's military
and nuclear potential, believe
I raq can become a nuclear power
and a threat to the Jewish
state by the mid-1980s.
That one of the most unstable
Middle East regimes and a leader
of the Arab rejectionists could
emerge as a nuclear threat is a
chilling scenario, with Franee and
other Western countries playing
major roles.
ISRAEL HAS been girding
up for the development of a
"Moslem bomb" ever since
Pakistan, with the financial sup-
port o/ Libya, recently crossed
the "critical threshold" of nuclear
capability. But the rapid
developments leading to the fan-
"
Libya Rebuffed
Georgetown U. Gives
Back Huge Arab Gift
Continued on Page 10-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Georgetown
University has returned to
the government of Libya its
gift of S600.000 which that
Arab country had con-
tributed over the past four
years to endow a
professorship at the
university's Center for
Contemporary Arab
Studies.
1 n disclosing the return of the
money plus interest of $41,721,
the Jesuit university said it did
not want to have "its name
associated'' with a country that
supports terrorism.
The United States in
December. 1979, placed export
controls on Libya, Iraq, Syria
and the People's Democratic Re-
public of Yemen as states "which
had repeatedly provided support
for acts of international
terrorism."
THESE CONTROLS were re-
newed last December for another
year under the Export Adminis-
tration Act. The State Depart-
ment three weeks ago siad the
Libyan government was "sup-
porting a wide range of terrorist
groups in every area of the globe"
and arranged assassinations of
dissidents abroad.
Jewish organizations and in-
dividuals have complained to
Georgetown University since
Libya made its original contribu-
tion and also have been critical of
Georgetown's acceptance ol more
than 83.5 million from seven
other Arab countries for the cen-
ter which is considered anti-
Israel.
Only two weeks ago. Rabbi
Andrew Baker, executive secret-
ary, and Lawrence GoldmuntZ,
president of the Washington
chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, protested to George-
town about the Aral) support.
Georgetown's president. Rev.
Timothy Healv. personally
Continued on Page 15-A
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Leaders Meet to Counter Assault on Circumcision
IA seminar on "Medical
Religious Aspects of
imcision" will be held
Mount Sinai Medical
ft, Miami Beach, on
Wednesday, Mar. 25.
Announcement of the
seminar is being made by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
chairman of the Circumci-
sion Seminar of the Rab-
binical Association of
Greater Miami.
RABBI SCHIFF calls the
Mar. 25 medical gathering
"timely" because circumcision
"has come under severe attack of
late." He says that the attack
"is not only against ritual cir-
cumcision, but against circum-
cision in general. This could have
a strong negative effect around
the country."
In particular, speaking in
behalf of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation. Rabbi Schiff points to a
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First Cadet Bar Mitzvah at West Point: Left to right are Congressman Benjamin A. Gilman
(R., N. Y.), Cadet Lyle Jay Kellman, Rabbi Avraham Soltes, Dr. Fred J. Kellman, Herbert
M. Ames, president. West Point Jewish Chapel Fund. Kellman, Class of 1982, was Bar
Mitzvah on Feb. 20 on his 21st birthday.
Headlines
First Jewish Life-Care Community
The first Jewish oriented life-care community
in the United States, known as Martins Run, has
been established outside of Philadelphia. And the
United Synagogue of America which is providing
the Jewish orientation for this facility, plans to
encourage similar life-care communities in
Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles, along with
additional ones in the Philadelphia area.
Simon Schwartz, president of the United
Synagogue of America, the congregational arm of
the Conservative Movement, and Rabbi Ben-
jamin Z. Kreitman, executive vice president,
noted that the United Synagogue now provides
kosher kitchen supervision, a resident rabbi,
cultural and religious programs, a Jewish
educational curriculum, and holiday celebrations
to about 125 persons at Martin Runs which is
located in Marple Township, Pa., 10 miles from
Philadelphia.
The world premiere showing of two new works
of art by Salvador Dali from Lutece Art Editions
was to be held in New York City Thursday
evening, under the auspices of the American
Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
The reception on the St. Regis Roof is sponsored
by Lutece Art Editions, New York and Paris,
exclusive presenters of these new Dali editions.
The two sculptures are the Menorah and the
Wailing Wall of the Temple of Jerusalem. They
represent a bridge from Dali's Christian heritage
and, according to the artist, "were inspired by the
peoples of Israel. I consider them my most im-
pressive work of the last 20 years." Both works
have been issued in limited editions in bronze,
gold over bronze and were cast in Israel.
Gerald S. Strober was elected national director
of the American Friends of Tel Aviv University at
a meeting last week of the Executive Committee
in New York. Prior to his election, he served as
director of AFTAU's Eastern Retion.
In addition to his activities with Tel Aviv
University, Strober is an executive committee
member of the United Zionists Revisionists and a
member of the Board of Directors of the American
Zionist Federation. An honoree at the recent
.Jabot insky Dinner in New York, Strober received
the 1980 Jabotinsky Centennial Award.
At a gathering in Washington, members of
Congress and their aides met with Mikhail
Brailovsky, brother of Dr. Viktor Brailovsky,
Jewish refusenik scientist, who was arrested in
Moscow last Nov. 13 on trumped-up charges of
"slandering the Soviet state." Attending the
meeting, called by Rep. Hamilton Fish, Jr. (R..
N.Y.), were some 40 members of Congress who
recently participated in a Special Order on
Viktor's behalf.
Fish, who initiated the Special Order to draw
Congressional attention to Brailovsky s plight,
also introduced a Joint Resolution in the House
on Feb. 3. On the same day, it was introduced in
the Senate by Sen. Richard G. Lugar (R., Ind).
To date 70 members are co-sponsors of the Joint
Resolution, which calls upon President Reagan to
continue expressing in the strongest terms the
United States Government's opposition to the
imprisonment and treatment of Dr. Brailovsky.
The American Jewish Committee, together
with the Mexican American Legal Defense and
Educational Fund, has filed a friend-of the-court
brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth
Circuit in a California suit that accuse the U.S.
Immigration and Naturalization Service of
violating the equal protection guarantees of the
U.S. Constitution.
The brief charges that the INS, in an attempt
to uncover illegal aliens, has conducted factory
raids during which its agents have singled out
individuals for questioning solely on the basis of
racial and ethnic stereotypes. The brief cites
depositions by a number of INS agents who
candidly admitted that their decisions to detain
and question persons during a raid were based
solely on such factors as dark complexion.
Spanish accent. Mexican garb, nervousness, and
avoidance of eye contact.
Carl H. Kaplan, of Washington, D.C.. has been
named chairman of the United Jewish Appeal
1981 Singles Mission to Israel by H. Paul
Rosenberg, chairman of the National UJA
Overseas Programs Department.
Rosenberg said that "Kaplan's enthusiastic
and creative leadership of our first Singles
Mission last year, was responsible for its over-
whelming success. I am pleased and gratified that
he has accepted the challenge of this assignment
once again."
"Single men and women comprise an increasing
proportion of the Jewish population of the United
States," Kaplan said in accepting the post.
"Programs specifically designed to draw this
significant group into our activities are vitally
important."

Rabbi William Berkowitz, president of the
Jewish National Fund, has charged that the
proposed sale of advanced equipment for Saudi
Arabia's F-15 jets is an "inappropriate response"
to the Saudi call for a jihad or holy war against
Israel and "hazardous to America's strategic
interests."
In an address prepared for delivery at a dinner
sponsored by Bnai Zion in the New York Hilton
honoring Rep Jack Kemp (R., N.Y.I, Rabbi
Berkowitz declared: "In Washington Saudi
Arabia masquerades as a moderate.' But there is
nothing 'moderate' about the Saudi vow to
destroy Israel, or its denunciation of the Camp
David accords, or its attacks on President Sadat
for making peace with Israel, or its financing of
the PLO's terrorist operations, or its latest move
to cut back oil production and raise prices to $34 a
barrel."

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Jewish Leaders Find
Shrugs Off Rumor of Anatoiy's Exit Selves in Middle
Of Spanish Coup
JERUSALEM Avital Sha-
ransky, wife of Prisoner of
Conscience Anatoly Sharansky,
said here that she placed little
credence in press reports from
South Africa that her husband is
to be freed shortly in exchange
for an alleged Soviet spy, Alexei
Kozlov, captured in South Africa
last year.
She said rumors of his release
had been frequent, but he was
still in a Soviet Labor camp
serving the fourth year of a 13-
year term on charges of treason,
spying and anti-Soviet sub-
version. She said she hoped for
his speedy release and arrival in
Israel but added that no advance
information is usually given out.
JERUSALEM Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir will
meet with Pope John Paul II
Friday, it was offically an-
nounced by Cabinet Secretary
Arye Naor. It will be the first
visit to the Vatican by a senior
Israeli government official since
the late Premier Golda Meir met
with Pope Paul VI in 1973.
Shamir was in Washington last
week where he met with Presi-
dent Reagan, Secretary of State
Alexander Haig and other top
Administration officials. He also
visited Colombia where he met
President Julio Ayala. Acting
Foreign Minister Moshe Nissim,
who briefed the Cabinet, des-
cribed Shamir's visits as
"successful and very important."
WASHINGTON Sen. John
Tower, (R., Tex.), chairman of
I he Senate Armed Services
Committee, is in favor of the
Reagan Administrations re-
commendations to strengthen
Saudi Arabia's fleet of 62
American F-15s. He made his
views known after meeting with
President Reagan at the White
House last Friday where he re-
ported on his K)-naiion Middle
Bast trip.
However, other key members
of the Senate and the House,
mostly Democrats but also some
Republicans, have expressed
reservations over the
Administration's plan to supply
additional elements to the Saudi
Air Force and compensating Is-
Anatoly Sharansky
rael with 10 more F-15s. At the
same time. Israeli sources
continued to oppose the
Administration's proposals, con-
tending that this would develop
an arms race in the Middle East.
TEL AVIV Soviet Pre-
sident Leonid Brezhnev was
ready to allow Jewish emigrants
from the Soviet Union to fly
directly from Moscow to Israel
but was dissuaded by one of his
aides, it was disclosed in a radio
interview with Leon Dulzin,
chairman of the World Zionist
Organization Executive.
He said that at the request of
Premier Menachem Begin, a
"prominent Jewish personality
with contacts with Brezhnev"
discussed the matter of Jewish
emigration with him and
proposed that Jews be allowed to
fly direct from the USSR to Is-
rael, without an intermediate
stop in Vienna.
According to Dulzin, Brezhnev
replied, "Why not?" But a senior
Soviet official sitting with him
intervened and the proposal and
favorable response has never
been implemented.
TEL AVIV Former Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan was
sharply criticized for making
public impressions of King Hus-
sein of Jordan which could fore-
close the possibility of future
secret contacts with him or other
Arab leaders as a prelude to
peace negotiations.
Dayan's view that the Jor-
danian ruler will never make
peace with Israel on the basis of
territorial compromise on the
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Labor Party, is contained in his
new book, Shall We Eternally
Face Swords'?
The memoires will be published
here shortly and will be serialized
in an Israeli newspaper beginning
this weekend. Extracts, read over
national television last night,
described Dayan's last secret
meeting with Hussein in London
in 1977.
LONDON The open sale of
State of Israel Government
Bonds will begin in Britain later
this year for the first time. They
will be sold by a newly estab-
lished company under the presi-
dency of Sir Isaac Wolfson, the
Jewish millionaire philanthropist
known for his strong support for
Israel.
The bonds are sold by the
government of Israel to help in
its economic development. How-
ever, although they have been
available all over the world for
the past 30 years, they have
never been sold in Britain. But
the way has been cleared follow-
ing the British government's
abolition of foreign currency
controls.
They will be sold in dollars by
the newly formed Israel Develop-
ment Company (UK) headed by
Sir Isaac as president and Stan-
ley Berwin. as chairman.
TEL AVIV In January,
1968, the Israeli submarine
Dakar, on its delivery voyage
from England where it had been
purchased, disappeared some-
where in the eastern
Mediterranean.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren. who was chief military
chaplain at the lime, has now
accepted a naval board of of
inquiry's finding that the vessel
foundered. and all hands
perished. In his official report, to
be published in a religious jour-
nal, he has decreed that the wives
of 16 of the crew members are
now free to remarry under Jewish
law.
JERUSALEM A Reagan
Administration official expressed
confidence here that a multi-
national force to patrol Sinai
could be established by the time
Israel completes its withdrawal
from the peninsula in April, 1982.
Michael Sterner. Deputy Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Middle
East Affairs, said the U.S. has
given the multi-national force a
high priority despite possible
difficulties.
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PARIS (JTA) -
Half a dozen top Jewish
leaders, including Leon
Dulzin, chairman of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization
Executives, and Charlotte
Jacobson, chairman of the
WZO-American Section,
found themselves ac-
cidentally plunged into the
center of the attempted
insurrection by Spain's
rightist Civil Guards last
week.
The Jewish leaders, who were
in Madrid for a session of the
presidium of the Brussels Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, happened
to be staying at the Palace
Hotel less than 100 yards from
the Parliament building taken
over by the rebels. Throughout
the night, the hotel served as the
headquarters for the army
general and senior civil servants
who negotiated the rebels'
surrender.
DULZIN AND the other Jew-
ish leaders left Madrid safe and
well. Other conference partici-
pants, Edgar Bronfman, presi-
dent of the World Jewish
Congress, and Claude Kelman,
vice president of France's
I Representative Council of Jewish
Organizations, left Madrid only a
few hours before the rebel coup.
Dulzin told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency here in a tele-
phone interview that the con-
ference participants were asked
to return to their rooms minutes
after they concluded a press
conference on the plight of
Soviety Jewry. Dulzin said.
"Spanish security agents told us
we would be safer in our rooms. It
took us a few minutes to find out
what had happened.
"From our fourth floor win-
dows, we could see the Civil
Guard surround the Parliament
building. Cars were driving
constantly up to the hotel and
late at night the national police
started moving into the square
which separated us from the
Parliament. At no moment was
there any panic, and at 5 p.m.. we
even all trooped down into the
hotel dining room for dinner."
DULZIN AND the other Jew-
ish leaders told the JTA they
heard no shots and saw no special
activity within the hotel once
they returned to their rooms at 11
p.m.
Just before the rebels seized
the Parliament building and took
348 members of the Lower House
hostage, the presidium cabled
Soviet President Leonid Brezh-
nev asking him "to reaffirm that
change of policy which you
began" in allowing "Jews apply-
ing for permission to emigrate to
Israel to do so."
The cable also stated: "We are
gratified by the recent release of
Iosif Mendelevich, and it is our
expectation that his release will
be followed by the release of all
those who have been imprisoned
or exiled essentially because they
insisted on their right to go to
Israel. We hope and urge that
Jews will be allowed to emigrate
without difficulties and without
artificial or arbitrary im-
pediments.
"The teaching of Hebrew, the
voluntary study of the Jewish
religion. Jewish history and Jew-
ish tradtions are not inconsistent
with declared Soviet policy and
should be allowed as a free ex-
pression of the rights of the jews
in the Soviet Union."
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Greater Miami Jewish
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Circumcision Reviewed
The March 25 seminar on circumcision at Mount
Sinai Hospital Medical Center under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association is an
important event, particularly in these times when
circumcision is coming under growing criticism by
some medical spokesmen, psychologists and even
sociologists.
The seminar will help us all to focus on one very
important fact: Non-Jews may long ago have begun
to accept circumcision as a health measure, and if it
is true that today they are doing an about-face and
beginning to reject the rationale for circumcision,
that is their decision and their prerogative.
But for Jews circumcision is more than a health
measure. For Jews, circumcision is a profoundly
fundamental ritualistic practice. It is, indeed, an
imperative of Judaism itself.
From the point of view of the non-Jew, whether to
circumcise or not to circumcise may well be a medical
mode. An certainly, the evidence being used these
days to contraindicate circumcision is far from
decisive so far as health and sexual life are con-
cerned.
But from the point of view of the Jew, whether to
circumcise or not to circumcise is whether to be a Jew
at all. The rest, including the so-called negative
evidence, is not only a medical mode; it is beside the
point.
The March 25 seminar at Mount Sinai Medical
Center should certainly sort these distinctions out
once and for all.
A Diet for Everybody
The National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
will hold a joint meeting with the Committee on Public Issues of
the Council of Jewish Federations on Mar. 13 to examine the im-
plications of the Reagan Administration's proposed budget for
the 1982 fiscal year. In that proposal, the Reagan Administra-
tion hopes to cut $41.4 billion from 83 federal programs.
Both these organizations are being joined by other Jewish
bodies and leaders to emphasize the serious impact that these
cuts will have on social services, senior centers, day care centers,
home care for the elderly, and child care programs.
For example, in New York City, Rabbi David Cohen,
executive director of the Metropolitan New York Coordinating
Council on Jewish Poverty, reports that there are an estimated
250.000 Jewish poor and near-poor in that city alone. What
about Philadelphia. Chicago. Boston, Los Angeles? What about
Miami?
The fact is that President Reagan ran his campaign on a
promise to cut federal spending, and the size of his victory indi-
cates that the people of this nation have given him a mandate to
do just that.
But we cant help wondering how these massive cuts in
spending for the needy can be balanced against the Reagan
Administration's determination in an equal but opposite direc-
tion to spend as much for the military as the Pentagon demands
no questions asked.
The issue, it seems to us, is not whether we can afford both
guns and butter. The issue is whether we can assure more butter
for more needy at the same time that we tell the Pentagon fat
cats that they have to do a little budget-paring themselves.
To give the militarists a blank chek, and to tell the needy that
a new day has dawned for them, a day through which they may
well not be able to live, is hardly humane, realistic or even in-
telligent.
Wake Up, Israel
It is interesting to note that other observers are finally wak-
ing up to the fact that the June 30 election in Israel may not
mean the end of the rule of Prime Minister Begin at all.
We have been saying this for a long time.
It is not that we are monolithic admirers of the Prime
Minister. More than anything else, we believe that his blank
check surrender of the Sinai to Anwar Sadat was an error for
which Israel is already paying heavily. And will be paying even
more heavily during the years ahead.
Still, wouldn't you think that people ought to finally get the
message that one reason everybody wants him out of office,
which is to say the U.S. State Department and Egypt's Presi-
dent Sadat, is that Prime Minister Begin is such a splendid
watch dog for the best interests of his country?
And isn't this good enough reason for the rest of us to pray
that the Israelis, when they go to the voting booth on June 30,
see this and vote accordingly?
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Volume 54
Talmud Written in Shadow of Kremlin
A Miami Beach winter
resident, who back in 1957 began
(he systematic circumcision of
Jewish men among some 20.000
Poles stranded in Russia during
World War II. today regards
himself as being responsible for
ih.' establishment of the under-
ground Jewish movement in the
Soviet Union.
Rabbi Harry Bronstein
launched his mass-circumcision
program in Poland, which then
took him to Russia for a total of
nine trips all of them behind
the immunity of diplomatic
pouch from what he calls "friend-
ly countries." which he studi-
ously fails to identify.
AS DOCUMENTED in this
column last week, it was on his
later trips to Russia, where his
work was done secretly because
the Soviets consider circumcision
a "barbaric act'' committed in
the cause of religious ritual, that
Rabbi Bronstein was finally
caught up with by the KGB.
By then, the Rabbi's activities
had proliferated far beyond
circumcision covertly performed
on the countless Jews who longed
to return to the traditions of their
religion as a prelude to moving to
Leo
Mindliii
Israel, and who braved the
harassment of government
authorities to do so.
By then, it had also become
clear to Rabbi Bronstein that
Russian Jcwtv suffered a dearth
not only of religious scholars and
teachers capable of instructing
them, but also of books, com-
mentaries and religious articles
such as talit. lefillin and met-
suzot with which U> celebrate the
elements of their belief.
THUS BEGAN Rabbi
Bronstein s importation into
Russia at the peril of his own
safety of these items in numbers
large enough to supply the 27
underground cells of instruction
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I in Judaism for which he |av^
claim to having organized
It was not only the KGB that
the Rabbi had to avoid It wa
iImi the dreaded drat;.
committee oi "Synagogui lews
created by the Communist
.uitrftirities to spy on rn
and report back on the illegal
activities in which Jews were
engaging in order to return to the
Jewish fold.
It was in the pre-dawn of June
3, 1967. after a secret three-hour
marathon during which Rabbi
Bronstein circumcised 22 young
men in the tahara stub of the
Lukiyanevka cemetery in Kiev,
just 50 yards across the road
from Babi Yar. that he was
caught by KGB secret police at
the airport in Lvov.
THAT VERY morning, from 8
a.m.. for more than eight days
during which the Six Day War
erupted in the Middle East
without his even being told about
it. Rabbi Bronstein was sub-
jected to the most brutal kind of
KGB torture.
He was beaten. His nose was
broken its telltale profile still
bears witness to the brutality
even today, long after the facial
surgery he underwent to treat his
massive injuries. In fact, he was
victimized by a ceaseless round of
beatings except for one ->>
hour period, when he was
c hained, handcuffed and confined
to a black standup box in which
he could not move and felt the
humiliation of being soiled b) his
own body wastes.
The KGB "evidence gainst
Rabbi Bronstein was ,i fix *-
In>iin documents detailing his ad h il ies
in the Soviet Union, a good deal
if it supplied by di atti tha spies
Jewish Communists eagi i
points from their Kremlin
masters.
RABBI BRONSTEIN S
torture ended abrupt} V brutal
KGB kick pulled out one
nails and led to a massive
myocaradlal infraction Declared
persona noil grafu. he w.i- flown
to Prague where, with the help of
B Jewish doctor who urged him
not to enter the hospital then he
was plated on board .1 British
Airways plane. In England.
within six weeks, he was
essentially recovered. He un
derwent the facial Burger) later m
the United States
"Of course." says Rabbi
Continued on Page 13-A
Back to Red Witchhunting?
We stand at a fascina-
ting nexus of history mark-
ing the departure from the
American scene of David E.
Lilienthal and the likely
rise of new and ominous
power of Senators Strom
Thurmond (N.C.) and
Jeremiah Denton
(Alabama).
Lilienthal's death recalls his
heroic response to red-baiters of
the late 1940s and early 1950s.
He goes to his heavenly reward at
a time when Sen. Thurmond
projects a Subcommittee on
Security and Terrorism'for the
Senate Judiciary Committee with
Freshman Sen. Denton proposed
as head of this new unit on Un-
American Activities under
Judiciary Chairman Thurmond's
direction.
WHAT Lilienthal said in his
trying time when Tennessee Sen.
Kenneth D. McKellar asked him
if he carried in his head a blue-
print for Soviet revolution should
be noted carefully by younger
Americans born after political
headhunters like McKellar and
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy tried to
destroy the reputations of
honorable people.
McKellar s question to
Lilienthal was raised when that
distinguished public servant's
nomination to chair the Atomic
Knergy Commission was being
challenged by some who regarded
themselves as super-patriots.
Said Lilienthal:
"This I do carry in my head,
Senator One of the tenets of
democracy ... is a
repugnance to anyone who would
steal from a human being that
which is most precious to him -
his good name either by
imputing things to him by
inuendo or by insinuation. And it
is especially an unhappy cir-
cumstances that occasionally
that is done in the name of
democracy. This, I think, can
tear our country apart and
*K 5J1 we carfy il ^her
.THISI deeply believe."
IT IS THE ultra-conservative
Heritage Foundation which has
lately proposed rebirth of a Con-
gressional Un-American \ctivi-
Hi's Committee As thi~ nation,
still smarting from the sear- ol
Vietnam and suffering the
humiliation inflicted by Irans
madmen, appears ready to turn
to efforts to internalize a threat
Communism which i*
overwhelmingly external, how
shall the ambigUOUS term. I n
American" be interpreted? \rr
the scientists who caution
against nuclear genocidi
versive?
Is President Reagan's brilliant
young director of the U.S. Office
of Management and Budget.
David Stockman, to be targeted
by Sen. Thurmond as Un
American, now that we know the
Michigan State Police "R*d
Squad" placed Stockman s name
in its file because he was a paid
staff member of Vietnam
Summer, an anti-war group?
It will be largely up to Mr
Reagan and to other older
Americans who know why
McCarthy ism has found its
unsavory way into post-war
dictionaries to help stay the
knives and clubs of new
character assassins who may
now arise to hound Americans
because of their opinions. Note
the dictionary definition:
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Tuition Tax Credits
Orthodox Jews Hail New Bill on Capitol Hill
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Rabbi Moshe Sherer,
president of the Agudath
Israel of America, has
hailed the announcement
that a new tuition credit bill
was being introduced in the
Senate Finance Committee,
adding that the Orthodox
agency's nationwide
campaign to win support
for passage of the measure
was being accelerated.
Tho announcement was made
.ii a press conference in
Washington in the Senate
building at which the co-sponsors
of the hill. Senators Patrick
Movnihan ID.. N.Y.I and Robert
Packwood (R-. Ore.), explained
the bill's purpose Sen William
Hot Ii (R Del I also attended the
press conference.
Packwood said at the press
conference that he had spoken to
President Reagan and members
of his administrative staff and
that they had indicated to him
that they support "this bill."
RABBI Menachem Lubinsky.
Agudath Israel director of
government and public affairs,
who attended the press con-
ference, said it wa9 also an-
nounced that a companion bill,
co-sponsored by Representatives
Guy Vander Jagt (R., Mich.) and
William Cotter ID.. Conn.) would
be introduced in the House
shortly.
An "urgent appeal" to
Falwell: Not
Anti-Semitic
TEL AVIV (.JTA) Jerry
Falwell, the leader of the Moral
Majority movement in the
United States, arrived in Israel
on a visit and denied that he was
an anti-Semite. Falwell has been
criticized by some American
Jewish leaders for fostering a
climate which could lead to reli-
gious intolerance and encourage
anti-Semitism.
Asked at Men C.urion Airport
about charges that he was anti-
Semitic. Falwell blamed the
National Council of Churches
At (I for spreading thai rumor.
W e have actually been anti-
cipating that charge and pre
dieted it much before it hap-
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legislation was made by Prof.
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Campaign to Relieve Inde-
pendent Education (CRIE).
Sherer said CRIE is a special
project established by Agudath
Israel recently to work for
passage of the Moynihan-
Packwood bill. CRIE consists of
a network of state coordinators
and committees in 30 states, he
said.
Katz. dean of the Baltimore
University Law School, said the
Moynihan-Packwood bill would
permit parents of children at-
tending non-public schools to
claim a tax credit for tuition.
KATZ SAID that, under the
bill, the credit would amount to
250 by August, 1982 for full-
time undergraduate collet."-.
vocational, elementary and
siiondary students and would be
raised by 1600 by August. 19H3.
The credits would apply for each
eligible student.
Noting that the measure was
introduced in Congress several
tunes in the past and was voted
on most recently in 1978. Katz
said the Jewish community
should rally behind Congres-
sional approval at this time more
than ever before. He said that the
financial plight of the middle
class and lower-income parents
has become acute, adding that
"tuition tax credits would be
only a small measure to relieve
the enormous burdens parti-
cularly peculiar to Orthodox
f lews because of skyrocketing
lists for such items as kosher
loods."
Katz also declared that tuition
tax credits was "not only a
fundamental issue for America
because it involves freedom of
choice in education, but for Jews
it takes on added importance
because it is an opportunity for
one Jew to help another."
HE ADDED that of the
K)O.(KM) children estimated to be
attending Jewish day schools
nationally, a large number come
from large families which are
desperate for any measure of
relief from "the ravages of in-
flation."
Sherer said Agudath Israel has
been working closely with the
United States Catholic Con-
ference and other pro-tuition
organizations in coordinating its
campaign. He said Agudath
Israel was committing a great
deal of its resources because "it is
optimistic that tuition tax credits
will pass this time around."
I le said the organization based
its optimism on the "favorable
climate" he said had been
generated for such legislation fol-
lowing last November's election.
He said both President Reagan
and Vice President George Bush
are in favor of tuition tax credits.
SHERER ALSO referred to
encouragement based on the new
conservative Congress, noting
that of the 62 senators who voted
for tuition tax credits in 1978, 35
voted in favor. He said Agudath
Israel was hopeful that many of
the new conservative Senators,
who supported tuition tax credits
1980 election cam-
paign, would provide the added
neasure of support required for
ass age.
He said that in the House, of
he 235 members who served in
.978, 144 voted for the measure
in 1978 and that "the profile'* on
new Representatives indicated
that a large number favor tuition
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models who will show off the collection.
KARIN DUNSKY, is one of the most experi-
enced models in Israel, and after 15 years, she is still
eagerly sought after.
Said one designer: "Karin is not the youngest
model, and, of course, many manufacturers want
youth. But if you have Karin for a job it's bliss. She's
professional down to the tips of her manicured toes.
She's always on time, has every kind of accessory
you can imagine, knows how to accent her best
points and show off the clothes the way they need to
be shown off. She can make a schmutter look like a
jewel."
Karin, who has worked in Europe, says that to be
professional the Israeli girls need to see the way
models work overseas.
"I'm afraid the young models in Israel don't work
hard enough. Beauty is not enough. To be a good
model you need manners and intelligence."
Karin with split-second timing can change her
looks as she tilts her head, rearranges her posture or
executes an imperceptible turn. Like an actress, she
summons memories and fantasies that evoke a
perfect world in which the viewer longs to par-
ticipate.
KARIN, born in Germany, spent the war years
in Sweden and came to Israel in 1948.
"I grew up in Holon (just outside Tel Aviv), and
I'm the only member of my family who has stayed
here. The others have all gone to the States."
As a teenager. Karin was very skinny. Which
bothered her somewhat, particularly when a family
friend who owned a dress house wanter her to be a
part-time model.
"*I thought being a model meant having big
breasts, so I got my mother to buy me a bra, and I
stuffed it with cotton wool. The designer im-
mediately saw what I had done. He laughed and told
me that the flatter I was, the better it was for
showing off the clothes."
WHEN SHE was a young model, Karin bought
many clothes. "It was like being let loose in a
chocolate factory. Now I'm more sensible and buy
few things.
i *On stage we often have to wear uncomfortable
clothes, so in my private life, I love comfort. I wear a
lot of Avi Tenser's suede trousers and his overalls.
Lisa Boker makes fantastic jackets, which I prefer to
her dresses. I think Lisa is an artist in design. And
Jerry Melitz is one of the most tasteful designers
his clothes are soft and graceful. Perfection."
Karin herself looks perfection off stage she is im-
peccably turned out in a beige wide shoulder jacket,
black dress, stockings and shoes.
"I've grown away from the more kinky clothes. I
want to look more feminine and womanly now." She
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Foreign Minister Yitzhak
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American Jewish leaders
that there are two dif-
ferences between the
Reagan Administration
and Israel concerning the
Mideast.
One is the Reagan
Administration's intention to
postpone the resumption of the
peace negotiations on Palestinian
autonomy, and the other is the
different views Israel and the
U.S. have on the role of Saudi
Arabia in the Mideast. Shamir
said.
Addressing a meeting of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organ-
izations. Shamir. who had
concluded talks with top
Administration officials in
Washington, including Secretary
of State Alexander Haig. warned
that any delay in resuming the
autonomy talks could endanger
the whole peace process.
"There are many factors which
are interested in killing the peace
process." Shamir said, noting
that among them are the Soviet
Union, the PLO and the
Kuropean countries.
"If there is a postponement of
the process." he said, "the arena
is free for various attempts
which could be harmful to the
process." Noting that the Reagan
Administration wants "to stud\
the situation, the conditions"
before it resumed involvement
in l hi' autonomy negotiations,
Shamir said that for Israel,
reviving the talks with Egypt
"was the most important and
most urgent issue."
SHAMIR SAID that on the
issue of Saudi Arabia "there is a
difference of opinion" between
Washington and Jerusalem. The
Reagan Administation considers
Saudi Arabia to be "a moderate
country," Shamir said. "But it is
one of the most extreme Arab
countries," the Israeli diplomat
charged, pointing out that the
Saudis are among the PLO*s
slaunchest supporters, pres-
suring many countries in the
world to break relations with
Israel and recognize the PLO. He
said that the recent announce-
ment by Japan that it invited
PLO leader Yasir Arafat for a
visit was a result of Saudi
pressure.
"We cannot regard Saudi
Arabia as a moderate country as
the U.S. does." Shamir said,
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predicting that in the future
Israel and the U.S. will have
"many confrontations" over that
issue.
Shamir said that if the U.S.
decides to sell the Saudis equip-
ment that would improve the
combat capabilities of the Saudis'
FIT) warplanes, then Israel feels
it is entitled to increased military
support from the United States
to keep the balance of power in
the Mideast on Israel's side.
THE ISRAELI Foreign
Minister also said that in his
talks in Washington he raised the
issue of the terrible arms race in
the Mideast." Contending that
the Arabs' oil revenues enabled
them to purchase the most ad-
vanced and sophisticated weap-
on-- in the world. Shamir said
that Saudi Arabia. Syria. Iraq
and Libya have together 10.000
tanks, as much as the North At-
lantic Treaty Organization
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some 2,000 warplanes
And they are getting more
and more." Shamir said He
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constitutes a danger to world
peace.
Shamir called on the govern
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countries emigrate Me said that
Israel received informal ion
recently of renewed persecution
of Syrian Jews. He appealed to
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Decisions About Your Body
Confronting Sex Outside of Marriage
Continued from Page 1-A
stitutional Judaism so con-
cerned these days with problems
of family unity remain true to
Jewish values but, at the same
time, be reasonably open-ended?
OF THE BOOKS on Jewish
attitudes on sexual mores
currently on the market, the best
by far is the new edition of
Roland Gittelsohn's Love, Sex
and Marriage A Jewish View.
The indefinite article in the title
- indicates that the author lays no
claim to exclusive authority. A
reform rabbi, Gittelsohn believes
(hat students in the 80s need an
objective discussion of con-
troversial issues. He covers sex
education, birth control, and
dispels fears and myths teen-
agers often entertain about their
bodies.
tiittelsohn borrows from an
older book. Eugene Borowitz's
Choosing A Sex Ethic (1969). a
classification system for levels of
sexual relations, creating a frame
of reference by which students
can measure their own ex-
periences: his spectrum ranges
from force (rape, an instrument of
power over others), through heal-
thy orgasm (self-centered,
physical), and mutual consent
(scratching each other's back), to
love (the meeting of two per-
sonalities) and marriage ( "which
is surely love").
GITTKLSOHN is clearly
opposed to premarital sex, but he
does not condemn it
catergorically. Pacing the issue
head on, he brings in sociologist
Judith Fales who discusses some
- of the positive aspects of
premarital sex. The book offers
guidelines and tools for the
reader to use in handling con-
temporary social pressures.
Phis open approach is not
lollowed in books by two other
prominent Jewish thinkers now
on the market: Robert Gordis'
Love and Sex A Modern
Jewish Perspective, and Maurice
Lamm's The Jewish Way in Love
and Marriage (note the definite
article).
Gordis is a biblical scholar and
leader in the Conservative
movement. Most interesting in
his book are his discussions of the
evolution of Jewish sex ethics,
marriage and divorce, birth
control and abortion, homo-
sexuality, and premarital sex. He
recognizes that times are chang-
ing again: young people mature,
marry, and set their careers later
than our ancestors did. He advo-
cates a combination of lenient
laws and strict social mores
and it is here that he scmetimes
loses his audience.
Gordis is writing for the adult
reader who is seeking a modern
perspective, yet he resorts to
certain contemporary bugaboos
to make his points: that pre-
marital sex detracts from
marriage, endangers the institu-
tion of marriage, etc. (One look at
the statistics on marriage and
premarital sex in Gittelsohn's
book would prove the opposite.)
GORDIS ARGUES that the
Jewish community should not
censure those who are sexually
active before marriage, but rather
be sympathetic and help them
return "to the true path" a
path that few adults in their
twenties or thirties see as
realistic.
Although Orthodox writer and
Kabbi Maurice Lamm does not
take up a windy debate on these
issues in his book {The Jewish
Way in Love and Marriage), he
effectively depicts the beauty of
the traditional Jewish sex ethic:
sex within a sanctified relation-
ship (marriage) as a joining, a
spirilualization of a life ex-
perience. Lamm does not belabor
the point, but argues that the
standards laid down in the name
of God and society are important
and ought to be heeded.
Outside marriage, he main-
tains, no rules exist for proper
sexual relationships as far as
Jewish tradition is concerned. On
inlerfaith marriages and on
homosexuality, Lamm also
presents a traditional, albeit
sensitive discussion. On some
points, he sticks to tradition in
the face of change even where
change is permitted by Jewish
law For example, he considers
the double ring wedding ceremon-
tw an artificial obfuscation of the
traditional legal significance of
the marriage act: the acquisition
of the wife by the husband an
idea he tries to soften by explain-
ing that women were set aside,
sanctified, like the vessels of the
Holy Temple.
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Those interested in studying
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$5). The book, which is written
for teen-agers, deals with making
Jewish decisions about one's
body. In addition to sexuality,
the book covers dress and general
appearance, and external sub-
stances (smoking, drinking,
drugs).
The underlying question about
these and similar books is: Do
they speak to any young people
who do not already have a
religious commitment to Judaism
in other words, to the majority
of Jewish students and young
adults? Given our society's
pervasive secularism, it is dif-
ficult to believe that this major-
ity perceives sexuality as a
religious concern, or that it
deems religious discussions of
sex personally relevant.
THIS SECULAR influence,
that restricts "religion" to a
formal, separate sphere of ac-
tivity, can be noted even among
Orthodox students. One gains
the impression that many ob-
servant males, in particular, do
not place pre-marital sex on a par
with. say. profaning the Sabbath.
(It is possible that what is at
work here, aside from the secular
influence, is the Orthodox ten-
dency to underemphasize the
sanctity of social obligations
those between "man and his
fellow," bein adam Vhavero
relative to the importance at-
tached to correct ritual ob-
servance.)
In attempting to relate tra-
ditional sex values to a post-tra-
ditional society, religious leaders
are severely handicapped.
Traditional society operated with
one central concept that infused
its own sex ethic, that lacks
potency today, and that was pin-
pointed in a recent book that
asked: Whatever Became of Sin?
Arab Oil Expert to Speak
At Judaic Studies Seminar
J.B. Kelly will be guest speaker on Mar. 20 at
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University of Miami. Kelly will discuss "New Forces
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KELLY IS the author of a new book, Arabia,
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its threat to the economic stability and the security
of the West.
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Israel Sees It as 'Asymmetrical' Born in Bnei Brak
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Far more Egyptians
would like to come to Is-
rael, as tourists out of curi-
osity or as businessmen to
trade, than the Egyptian
government is apparently
prepared to allow, accord-
ing to the Israeli Ambassa-
dor to Egypt, Eliyahu Ben-
El issar.
Speaking on a radio program
marking the first anniversary of
the opening of the Israel
Embassy in Cairo, the first in any
Arab country, he said that slow,
step-by-step progress in nor-
malization of relations between
the two countries had been made
during the past year, but slower
than Israel had hoped.
INTERVIEWED on the same
program. the Egyptian
Ambassador to Israel. Saad
Mortada, expressed satisfaction
with the tempo, adding that there
were still differences between the
two countries, mainly because of
the Jerusalem bill declaring
Jerusalem to be Israel's capital.
West Bank settlements and
Israel's treatment of some Arab
mayors and Palestinians in the
the occupied areas.
Prof. Shlomo Shamir, of Tel
Aviv University's Shiloah Center
for Middle East research, noted
both successes and failures due to
the differing importance placed
by the two parties on the nor-
malization process. He said that
after "normal" peace treaties
ending a war. establishment of
relations between the former ene-
mies was left to progress at its
own pace.
But the Israel-Egypt treaty
ended three decades of an Arab
attempt not only to gain territory
or control, the usual reason for a
war. but to annihilate the Israeli
entity. While not so important to
Egypt, normalization for Israel
was a clear indication of
Egyptian intentions. Shamir
HoldSharm el-Sheikh-Arena
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Moshe Arens, chairman of the
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee, has urged Israel to
reconsider its evacuation of the
Sharm el-Sheikh naval base and
the two military airfields at
Et/.ion and Etam in Sinai, due to
l>e returned to Egypt by April,
1982.
"The evacuation of the bases is
not in the best interests of the
Western World," Arens claimed.
"It will bring about a deteri-
oration in the Western strategic
capability in the area," he said in
in interview on Kol Israel radio.
ARENS, a Herat hardliner
who opposed the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty, suggested
that Israel open new negotiations
with Egypt to convince President
Anwar Sadat that Israel's reten-
tion of the Sinai bases, possibly
under a leasing agreement, would
be in Egypt's best intertest.
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peace or normalization with
Egypt would mean that she could
go shopping in Cairo. "During
the past year my Embassy has
issued 50.000 visas to Israelis
who have gone shopping in Cairo
and been welcomed there." he
said.
But Ben-Elissar noted that in
that same period the Israeli
Embassy in Cairo has been asked
for visas by only 1.500 Egyp-
tians, including members by
official delegations. He saw a lack
of symmetry in the mutual
normalization process.
"For the Egyptians, nomaliza-
tion is a means. For Israel it is a
means of testing the quality and
nature of the peace for which we
have given up territory needed
for defense. I remember how
we were ready to dance in the
streets when the Egyptian flag
was raised here for the first time.
No Egyptian had every dreamed
of the day when the Israeli
would fly in Cairo, "Ben-Elissar
said.
"THERE IS therefore a
certain asymmetry, but the
problems should be seen in their
proper perspective. A psycholo-
gical barrier still exists, not only
between Israelis and Egyptians
but between the Egyptian man-
in- the-street and his government.
Far more Egyptians are ready to
come to Israel than the Egyptian
government is prepared to
allow."
Shamir said the greatest
achievement of the past year was
probably the breaching of the
"Arab world's taboo" against
any relations with Israel. The
failures were in the speed of
normalization. arising from
serious opposition to the peace
treaty on the part of many Egyp-
tian intellectuals. "But the peace
treaty has created a new political
fact. You have to compare now
with the situation before. The
Egyptians have advanced light
years, even though they have not
gone as fast as we would have
liked to hope." Shamir said
By YORAM KESSEL
London
Chronicle Syndicate
JERUSALEM Has
a black baby been born to a
young religious couple in
Orthodox Bnei Brak, near
Tel Aviv, or is it just a
rumor? Nobody knows for
sure, and the residents of
Bnei Brak are split over the
affair.
It became a major talking
point when "Maaric," one of
Israel's two mass-circulation
afternoon papers, splashed the
story on its front page.
ACCORDING to Maariv. a
young Bnei Brak woman recently
gave birth to a "coal-black
baby." and, as a result, her
husband began divorce
proceedings. The baby was given
out for adoption.
The husband is a yeshiva
student, and his wife a teacher.
When the baby was born, he
suspected his wife of infidelity.
However, the report said, she
swore that she had "not looked st
another man" since their
marriage a year earlier, and that
she had been a virgin at the time
of the wedding.
The mystery deepened when
the husband went for a blood test
to determine the peternity of the
baby and learned that he was
undoubtedly its father.
At this point, the Beth Din,
which was hearing the case, sent
an envoy to the United States to
question the young man's
mother, who told him the
following story.
SHE SAID that, a month after
she was married 27 years ago. she
was raped in her native New York
by a black man.
She had not told her husband
or friends about it. but when she
found herself pregnant a month
later, she took an oath to kill
herself and the baby if it should
be born black.
In any event, the baby her
son and the father of the black
baby born in Bnei Brak was
white.
The mother told the Beth Din s
envoy that her son must have
had black genes, and that this
was the reason his baby had been
bora black.
MEANWHILE, the couple a^
still seeking a divorce, but it is
the wife who is pushing for a Gel
because she fears that if she stays
married to her present husband
other children she may bear him
will also be black.
So far. nobody has been lound
who claims to have seen the
baby, but those who believe the
report to be true say that it would
never have gained currency in
Bnei Brak unless it were true
Also, they add. if it appeared in
the papers, it must be true
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McCarthy ism: the practice of
making accusations of disloyalty,
especially of pro-Communist
activity, of^11 unsupported or
hised on doubtful evidence; the
attempt to restrict individual
dissent >r political criticism by
claiming that it is pro-
Communistfc or unpatriotic.
WHO THEN are in the
dangerous circle of the new Un-
Americans? And why do we
never hear such terms as Un-
French or Un-Swedish or Un-
Canadian?
I.ft a few essential facts be
recalled especially for the
guidance of younger citizens of
this nation conceived in
revolution and cherishing the
freedoms secured by the Bill of
Rights: that in the mid-1940s,
some 35 major "loyalty investig-
ations" were conducted by
Congress; that along the way
every registered Democrat was
charged with responsibility for
"the unimpeded growth of the
Communist conspiracy in the
U.S.;" that Dean Acheson,
Secretary of State, was accused
in the course of Congressional
witch-hunting of "being on
Stalin's payroll;" and that not
one of the hundreds of Americans
branded by Joe McCarthy as
State Department subversives
was found guilty after full in-
vestigation or trial.
The anti-Communist ut-
terances and action of the mid-
20th Century were otten
pathological. ^Reasonable men
agree with Harry Truman who
concluded that the House Com-
mittee on Un-American
Activities was "the most un-
American thing in America."
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keeping our nation secure than
by indulging in Congressional
headline hunting and warfare
against innocent and often
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Can Middle East Survive Race?
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minent admission of Iraq to the
nuclear club is prompting a
reassessment of the strategic
outlook for Israel. Israeli officials
also point out that it is in
America *s interest to bring
pressure on its allies not to equip
the region's prime spoiler with a
nuclear capability.
The events leading to Iraqi ac-
quisition of nuclear capability
form a picture of oil blackmail at
its most cunning usage. By
wielding their oil experts (as the
second largest oil exporters in the
world I as leverage against three
principal clients, the Iraqis have
rapidly acquired from abroad the
technology, fuel and know-how to
produce nuclear weapons by the
mid-1980s. The main culprit
abetting this dangerous situation
is France, which flouted in-
ternational agreements for the
proliferation of nuclear materials
in a craven effort to ingratiate it-
self with the Baghdad regime.
Because of its independent
HARRY WALL is director
of the Israel Office of
the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
based in Jersusalem.
His article appeared
originally in the ADL
Bulletin.
(93 percent) uranium. France also
committed itself to help establish
a nuclear research and training
center in Iraq. In return. Iraq
agreed to sell France large
quantities of oil and purchase
French weaponry, now totalling
SI .5 billion in sales to Iraq.
THE DANGER of the Franco-
Iraqi deal was immediately
apparent to Israel. Critics point
out that by a relatively simple
process this nuclear fuel could be
boosted to 97 percent weapons-
grade uranium, a quantity
sufficient to produce three or four
nuclear policy. France was the I nuclear weapons, each the mag-
ideal partner for Iraq. Since 1973
France has been the second lead-
ing client for Iraqi oil and its
major supplier of military hard-
ware.
In 1976. Iraq signed an agree-
ment with France for the pur-
chase of its 70-megawatt Osiris
research reactor, perhaps the
most advanced in the world, and
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France and Iraq exchanged
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If there were any doubts about
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the Iraqi-Italian deal, which went
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safeguards agreement with the
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ANOTHER ACCORD was
struck last year with Brazil,
which depends on Iraq for 40
percent of its oil imports. This
pact, worth $10 billion, covers the
construction of nuclear power
plants in Iraq, the provision of
nuclear technical expertise, and
the supply of slightly enriched
uranium. (Brazil is believed to
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Brazil's long-standing oil agree-
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on terms highly advantageous to
the former.
In signing the Iraqi accord.
Brazil appears to have violated
its agreement with West Ger-
many, its chief supplier of nuclear
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technology. The thread common
to all these arrangements is oil or
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None of the countries involved
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lucrative relations with Iraq,
even at the risk of arming a vola-
tile regime with nuclear weapons,
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of the most extreme terrorist
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financial backers. Nor has Iraq
shown any interest in coopera-
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cords or the current peace efforts
in the Middle East. On the con-
trary, Iraq has been unrelenting
in its desire to see the complete
destruction of the Jewish state.
On the diplomatic front, the
Baghdad regime has tried to use
its oil exports to Europe in a quid
pro quo for European nations to
curtail their trade and other con-
tacts with Israel. Iraq has always
taken a hard line, as far as Israel
is concerned. Sadam Hussein has
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weapons as part of a military
build-up aimed against the Jew-
ish state, should a conflict erupt.
They note the construction of a
major highway network in the
direction of Jordan and Syria,
enabling the rapid deployment of
forces to the Israeli front. There
is also the new stationing of MIG
23's on the western border of
Iraq, closest to Israel.
THE MOST significant
development is the improved
relationship between Iraq and
Jordan. In the wake of tension
lielween Iraq and Syria, the
Jordanian connection now offers
Baghdad a more convenient route
to the Israeli front. It is thanks
only to the fact that King Hus-
sein is keeping military ties with
Iraq on a low flame, while enjoy-
ing the economic benefits accru-
ing from the improved relation-
ship, that the Iraq-Jordanian
axis has not become an im-
mediate danger to Israel.
It is clear to military analysts
in Israel that the moment the
Arabs have a nuclear weapon, the
strategic picture will take a dra-
matic change. In view of Iraq's
rapid nuclear growth, the threat
of a "Moslem bomb." however,
has never seemed so imminent as
it is now. The Moslem country at
the most advanced stage of a-
tomic development is Pakistan.
What concerns Israeli observers
are that country's increasing,
clandestine ties with Libya.
Reliable sources say there is
little doubt that Pakistan and
Libya are joining forces on the
building of a bomb. Libya's ruler,
Mohammed Qadaffi. has made
no secret of his intention to ac-
quire nuclear weapons. (In a
typically unsubtle move, he even
sent an emissary to China offer-
ing gigantic sums for a nuclear
weapon, but was rebuffed.)
TO THIS END, he has helped
finance Pakistan's efforts to ar-
rive at a nuclear option. In the
appraisal of Israeli experts.
Pakistan possesses the technolo-
gical infrastructure and the fis-
sionable material with which to
make nuclear weapons. When
and if they begin to produce
lhem. it still remains to be seen
whether the Pakistanis would
furnish Libya with a bomb.
Egypt, the veteran Arab na-
tion in nuclear activity, now has a
highly developed nuclear in-
frastructure, including a Russian
reactor at Inshass. The Egyp-
tians are currently negotiating
with France for the purpose of
raising the output of their
reactor. But the Egyptians have
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Page 11-A
'he Moslem A-Bomb
I from preceding page
any indication of in-
nuclear military
Arab country has the
raeli military analysts
jther nations in the
fill follow suit. Egypt
forced to reassess its
jgram if Iraq, with its
ambitions, and Libya's
(a hostile neighbor, ac-
ne weapons.
IRAQ example
ites that the com-
of oil and lucrative
contracts make it
]e for at least one nu-
ver, France, to under-
Irnational efforts to limit
d of nuclear weapons,
sponsible behavior over-
the other military ties
ince has with several
tions and. under certain
inces, could turn the
I East into a nuclear
officials have often
bat Israel would not be
I klil If Eastern nation to
nuclear weapons in the
when radical countries
and Libya, whose
aim is the annihilation
tl. emerge as nuclear
the concept of deterrence
a different meaning.
tarly cannot afford to ab-
luclear strike. For this
here is a view in military
liut the speedy progress
r;il> countries toward ob-
huclear weapons should
Is a kind of "casus belli."
argue that Israel has
to si^n the Nuclear Non-
lation Treaty, and
has weakened its case
against the spread of nuclear
materials and know-how. Israelis
counter that arrangements such
as the Franco-Iraqi deal render
such accords worthless insofar as
the Middle East is concerned.
Iraq is a signatory to the Non-
Proliferation Treaty, as is
France.
YET BOTH countries have
refused to honor the terms of the
Treaty; and it is known that
French supervision is so shoddy
as to be almost cynical. (France
maintains it has taken measures
to protect the fuel from misuse,
but refuses to divulge what those
efforts are: e.g., responsibility for
removing the spent reactor fuel
every tew months, so that it
cannot be reprocessed into
weapons.)
Against this background, it
seems strange that the U.S.,
which opposes nuclear prolifera-
tion, did not forcefully criticize
the Iraqi nuclear connections and
attempt to pressure its allies
against equipping Baghdad with
nuclear capability. (The U.S. has
expressed reservations to France.
America's silence in this mat-
tor has been attributed, in
part, to the Carter Adminis-
tration's earlier efforts to im-
prove ties with Iraq as a potential
check on the spread of the
Islamic revolution and as a
stabilizing influence in the Gulf.
Nor has it failed to notice the
cooling of relations between
Ma^hdadand Moscow
THE U.S. AND Iraq have not
had diplomatic relations since
7 Torahs
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YORK (JTA) A
117 Torahs of an estimated
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from synagogues in
parts of Brooklyn since
ith. While they have yet
| up with clues, local police
It he thefts are linked and
[the work of an organized
ich steals the holy scrolls
^ignment for fences oper-
other regions of the
[largest single theft oc-
iuring the night of Jan. 3-
thieves made off with
rorahs valued at $105,000
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1 they were severed by Baghdad in
1967, the aftermath of the Six-
Day War. This is a situation that
officials in Carter's State Depart-
ment and National Security Ad-
viser Zbigniew Brzezinski sought
to correct in a rapprochment re
suiting in the following bilateral
developments:
The Carter Administration
had permitted the sale of eight
gas turbine engines for use in
Iraqi frigates, a $11.2 million
purchase. This, despite a law re-
quiring notification of exports
exceeding $7 million to any
country alleged by Washington
to be supporting terrorism (Iraq
is one of four nations so named
by the State Department.)
Iraq is believed to have in-
vested $5 billion in U.S. Treasury
notes, thus making it one of the
largest investors in the U.S., and,
of course, increasing American
economic vulnerability to petro-
dollar pressure.
Large commercial trans-
actions have resulted that in-
volve shipping U.S. farm equip-
ment to Iraq and making avail-
able engineering know-how.
ACCORDING TO knowledge
able sources, the French-Italian
Iraqi deal will bring the Middle
East to the nuclear crossroads by
the mid-1980's. (Libya, also, will
use whatever means it can to ob-
tain a bomb in the years ahead.)
The implications of nuclear
weapons in the hands of fanatic
and violence-prone Arab regimes
should be of grave concern to all
nations concerned about stability
in the Middle East and the world
at large. Yet the West remains
silent.
Israel will take whatever
measures are necessary to safe-
guard its security. But Israel
cannot stop the Arab drive
toward nuclear power.
The United States should
apply all possible pressure upon
the governments of France, Italy,
and Germany (which furnishes
Brazil with the nuclear know-how
it, in turn, will provide to Iraq) to
act in a more responsible manner.
Only the U.S. and the Soviet
Union have a more advanced nu-
clear program than France; both
reject proliferation to the Arabs.
It is not just Israel's interest but
that of the West and global
security that are at stake in
preventing Iraq from acquiring
nuclear capability.
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recent Miami Herald article
which declares that circumcision
"is falling into some disrepute ir
the medical world."
The article, written by Ronalo
Kotulak and Jon Van. of the
Chicago Tribune Service, and
published in the Herald's Jan. 14
edition, reports that in Canada,
medical authorities maintain
"that routine circumcisions are
unwarranted and may pose
hazards to newborn boys."
THE ARTICLE concedes that,
although in Canada the cir-
cumcision rate "now averages
less than 50 percent, and is mucr
lower in some provinces." the
circumcision rate in the United
States "is estimated to be 80
percent last year in this
country more than 1.494.000
circumcisions were performed, a
number that has remained fairly
steady for many years."
The Kotulak-Van article states
that "Although the procedure
dales to antiquity, in modern
times it became widespread only
in Canada and this country (the
United States.)"
According to the authors, an
editorial in the May 5. 1979 issue
of the prestigious British Medical
Journal accused North American
doctors of performing "un-
necessary circumcisions," adding
that in England, the circumcision
rate is a mere six percent, "and
the operation often is performed
between the ages of three and
five."
Kotulak and Van declare that
"The Canadian Academy of
Pediatrics appears to have played
a major role in the decline (in
circumcision in recent years),
beginning in the early -70's, when
it condemned routine circum-
cisions as unnecessary."
APPARENTLY, the American
Academy of Pediatrics adopted
a policy statement in 1975.
declaring that "There is no
absolute medical indication for
routine circumcision of the
newborn." Three years later, the
American College of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists
idnpted a similar position on
iriumcision.
According to the Herald ar-
icle, "At one lime, circumcision
Said Rabbi Schiff: 'In an
effort to bring pru/irs-
sionals and laymen up to
date on the medical and
social concerns surround-
ing this basic act o/coitat
era t ion, religious and
medical experts an- par-
ticipating' in the Mar. 25
seminar at Mount Sinai
Medical Cen ter.
m
was promoted to prevent mastur-
bation, which was thought to
cause insanity; to prevent cer-
vical or penile cancer; to prevent
premature ejaculation, and to
improve genital hygiene." But.
say Kotulak and Van. "all these
reasons have been discredited."
They cite as authority Dr.
Thomas J. Ritter. a Pottsville.
Pa., surgeon, and an outspoken
critic of the operation: "Cer-
tainly, neonatal circumcision is in
complete opposition to sound
medical-surgical practice," Dr.
Ritter is quoted as declaring.
IN PARTICULAR, he is
reporting as opposing the fact
that "A normal structure is
operated upon, no anesthesia is
used, the patient does not give
his consent; there are no
legitimate surgical indications;
the patient and the part operated
upon are subject to a host of
complications, and the resulting
penis is abnormal, less sensitive
and less functional."
Dr. Ritter is reported as
believing, "The foreskin or
prepuce serves as a practical
function. Like a shoe, a glove
or a hat, it protects the un-
derlying structure from the
environment."
So far as the hygienic im-
plications of circumcision are
concerned. the Kotulak-Van
critique notes that "by the age of
three ... an infant can be taught
to clean the organ with soap and
water."
THE ARTICLE cites as a
strong proponent of circum-
cision" Dr. Ralph Wynn. of the
University of Arkansas Medical
Center's Obstetrics Department.
whose enthusiasm goes so far as
to observe that his college
"didn't say circumcision is
without benelit but only that
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'then' is no absolute indication.
We do a lot of things with no
absolute medical indication."
Dr. Julian R. Taplin. psychol-
ogist at the University of Oregon.
argues. To have a penis that
looks different from the penises
of agemates is a psychologically
crucial issue for a boy."
Evan the time-honored argu
ment that circumcision' is the
cause behind the low incidence of
earvkal cancer in Jewish women
comes under serious question in
the article. "The connection
between circumcision and cancer
prevention can be traced to
studies done nearly 40 years ago
that found that Jewish women
had less cervical cancer than
women of other backgrounds."
NOW IT IS explained this
way: "Cervical cancer since has
bean linked to intercourse early in
life and multiple partners." the
implication being that Jewish
women have refrained from these
sexual patterns of behavior
As the circumcision as a
medical procedure, the article
notes that "circumcision carries
medical risks in addition to the
stress of pain. The death rate
from complications is estimated
t o be two babies per million, but
B ome doctors believe that the rate
Ls higher."
Said Rabbi Schiff: "In an
effort to bring professionals and
laymen up to date on the medical
and social concerns surrounding
this basic act of consecration,
religious and medical experts are
participating" in the Mar. 25
seminar at Mount Sinai.
RABBI SCHIFF, who is also
director of chaplaincy of the
(ireater Jewish Federation and
executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association of
(ireater Miami, will be joined by
Dr. Irwin Makovsky. of the
Mount Sinai Medical Center De-
partment of Internal Medicine, as
CO-chalrman of the seminar.
Nationally recognized religious
leaders such as Rabbi Moses D.
Tendler. Professor of Talmud,
Yeshiva University, chairman.
Medical Ethics Committee,
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies. New York. and
chairman. Bioethics Committee.
Rabbinical Council of America;
and Rabbi Kugene J. Cohen,
coordinator, Brit Milah Board of
America, as well as other local
health care professionals will
participate in the conference.
The morning session, which is
open to physicians and other
health care professionals, will
address the "Surgical. Medical
and Halachic (religious law)
Aspects of Circumcision."
Speakers include Dr. Howard A.
Kngle, Department of Urology.
Mount Sinai Medical Center, and
Rabbi Moses Tendler.
The afternoon session will
address "New Challenges to
Ritual Circumcision." The
speakers will be Rabbi Eugene
Cohen and Rabbi Moses Tendler
Franklin 1). Kreutzar, president.
Southeast Region. United
Synagogue of America, will
preside, and Mrs. Iris Franco,
president. South Florida
Federation of Reform Temples,
will serve as moderator.
THE MORNINC. scientific
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luncheon. The afternoon session
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According to Rabbi Schiff.
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will have the broadest sponsor-
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Haig Says He'll Go
"almud Written in Shadow of Kremlin I To Middle East Soon
jed from Page 4-A
in. "I can never go hack,
ot for the Prague doctor,
! recognized as Jewish
saw his tali! katan
out from under his shirt,
most assuredly be dead
Thafs what the Com-
i wanted, for me to die of a
btack outside Russia, with
kr implication that it was
(incidence and that they
|;hing to do with it. That's
doctor urged me not to
Prague. He understood
tended to finish me off
Rabbi Bronstein's
Hdus recovery does not end
B>r> His importation of
[ instructional materials
Soviet Union, some of it
help of the Herut Party
i, had launched Al Tidom,
ill movement given
turn by the distinguished
!li Wiesel.
\l Tidom (in Hebrew, "do
em,im silent") secretly
Russian Jews with
I religious, cultural and
II textbooks in Hebrew
[Russian-language tran-
it also became a pipeline
Hmation about hidden
Crips written by Russian
scholars still working
under pain of death by
riet authorities
/ Me'Esh ("rescued from
is the third and last
)f activity in the cause of
survival in the Soviet
[in which Rabbi Bronstein
i before being declared
'Ki/i grata (the first was
^circumcision program)
[vs Inch he still engages out-
|t- Iron Curtain today.
'hase Two involved
Igling instructional
pis info Russia to help
liscover their past. Phase
involved smuggling the
works of a handful of
-ages still living and
ig in their Communist hell
|the country for the sake of
)rehouse of all our sacred
is treasures.
VAS in 1965. two years
Rabbi Bronstein's final
the Soviet Union, that
[Krasilschzikov. known as
the Gaon of Poltawa, or the
Poltawa Rebbe. sent word
through Moscow's Chief Rabbi
Levin that he wanted Rabbi
Bronstein to visit him at his
bedside where he lay ill in a
Moscow hospital.
Poltawa has an ancient and
glorious history. Peter the Great
defeated Charles XII of Sweden
there in 1709, thus effectively
destroying Sweden as a modern
military power from then on. As a
principle Ukrainian city, it was
the center of a major Jewish
community, which boasted many
synagogues even up until 1970.
when the Soviets finally closed
down the last of them.
Poltawa was the home of D.B.
Borochov. Itzhak Ben-Zvi, the
second President of Israel, came
from Poltawa. And then there
was the Poltawa Gaon himself.
Somehow, the Gaon had
managed to survive the German
invasion of Russia in 1941. He
had been a brilliant student at
the Yeshiva of Mir. In 1926, he
published the first volume of his
commentary on the Maimonides
CotivlTevunah).
RECALLS Rabbi Bronstein:
"I sat at his bedside. After a
while, he pulled out a manuscript
from under his pillow. It was the
second volume of his work on the
Maimonides Code." Referring to
the first volume that appeared in
1926, he observed. "Do you
realize that it was the last Torah
i fer '.o be published in the Soviet
Union? Thirty-five years had
passed in between."
Within two weeks, Kabbi
Bronsiein had safely smuggled
the second volume out of the
Soviet Union into Vienna.
Shortly thereafter, it came to the
United States.
The Poltawa Gaon died just
one day after Rabbi Bronstein
visited him. But Rabbi Bronstein
got more than the second volume
of his work on the Rambam. The
Gaon lived just long enough to
tell him of how. having
miraculously survived the
German invasion of World War
11. and living in a Moscow garret
not far from the Kremlin since
lit 15. he had managed to com-
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OVER THE 20-year period of
its gestation, as the Gaon's
manuscripts were completed and
accumulated, they became more
and more difficult to hide from
the authorities. In almost the last
of his life's words, the Gaon told
| Rabbi Bronstein of the where-
abouts of his daughter, and that
she would be able to help him re-
trieve them.
Says Rabbi Bronstein, holding
a manuscript copy of one of the
volumes open on his lap, which
fairly sings of the Poltawa
Gaon's singleminded dedication,
of the tears of Jewish travail even
in a world of Israel reborn: "It
was 1966, the year of my eighth
trip to Russia. The Poltawa Gaon
was dead, and now I found his
daughter. She refused to see me."
After Rabbi Bronstein's run-in
with the KGB in 1967, which
resulted in his sentencing to 10
years on charges of smuggling
illegal literature, 10 years for
organizing aliyah to Israel, and
five years for performing cir-
cumcisions without a license, he
moved the focus of his effort to
Al Tidom.
Now persona non grata, he
could make no more trips on his
own. And so Al Tidom sent 16
emissaries after that to talk to
the Poltawa Gaon's daughter,
who remained as adamant and as
fearful as she was with Rabbi
Bronstein
THEN, a 17th emissary. Rabbi
.Jacob Pollack. of Shomrei
Emunah Synagogue in Borough
Park. Brooklyn, hit pay dirt.
Somehow, he convinced her of the
need to admit that she knew of
the existence of her father's
manuscripts and where they
were.
Through 1977. it took Rabbi
Pollack, says Rabbi Bronstein,
five more trips to Russia to ease
her out of t he first of what turned
out to be a gigantic 20-volume
effort resulting in the Talmud
Yerushalmi.
Today, with the editorial
assistance of a collegium of
renowned Bnei Brak scholars, the "
20 volumes are on their way
toward complete publication. Al
Tidom ("do not remain silent")
and Mutzal Me'Esh ("rescued
from the fire "I these are the
key words of a great publishing
venture begun with the heroic
work ot Rabbi Bronstein and
assisted today in the U.S. by
such spiritual leaders as Rabbi
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Beach, who dedicates himself to
the further dissemination of Al
Tidom publications behind the
Iron Curtain.
BUT IT is not just books they
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and children caught in the
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and who. themselves, must be
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(JTA) Secretary of State
Alexander Haig said that
he will go to the Middle
East at a "reasonably
early'' date to follow up on
the conversations that
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir concluded
at a half-hour meeting with
President Reagan at the
White House.
"I clearly am anxious to go" to
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Shamir told reporters that in
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presented "the most essential
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Israel and its relations with the
U.S. and predicted that "the
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Baker; Richard Allen, the Presi-
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Adviser; the U.S. Ambassador to
Israel. Samuel Lewis; the Israeli
Ambassador to the U.S.,
Ephraim Evron; and Chanan
Bar-On, deputy director general
lor North America in the Israeli
Foregin Ministry.
When Shamir was asked for
specific information on U.S.
foreign aid for Israel in the
coming fiscal year and U.S.-
Israeli co-production of
manufactures, he replied. "We
didn't discuss details of-
cooperation of the defense
establishments of the U.S. and
Israel.'' Shamir observed,
however, that in principle, this
cooperation will be very effi-
cient He said "The U.S. is
aware of our needs."
Asked about the Reagan
Administration's position in
favor of strengthening Saudi
Arabia's military capability by
providing extra equipment for
the 60 F-15 warplanes it has
purchased from the U.S., the
Israeli Foreign Minister replied.
We oppose the arms race in the
Middle East" and "we regard the
supply to Saudi Arabia as part of
the arms race going on."
But, he added that this supply
comes from "many sources and
many countries. If we cannot
stop it we are eager to maintain
the qualitative balance of
power."
ASKED WHETHER Pre-
mier Menachem Begin and Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat would be
coming to Washington before
Israel's elections on June 30,
Shamir said, "I can't say
anything about that." He said
"the next contribution" by the
U.S. to the peace process will be
llaig's visit to the Middle East.
Haig was questioned about the
possibility of Jordan joining the
>eace talks. He replied, "This
wolves a consultative process
vith the parties concerned and is
tot a made-in-America solution.
This is a matter for the parties."
Haig added. "We know where
the obstacles lie with respect to
the ongoing autonomy talks with
a view to having the talks pro-
ceed and succeed. This will be
dealt with promptly and early on,
and I anticipate the process
won't be long in resumption."
Haig denied that the U.S. em-
phasis on the Middle East talks
had been diminished. He referred
to "the strategic realities of the
Middle Cast."
"THESE." he said, reinforce
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ways be kept in mind. We must
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with Arab-Israeli differences in
isolation. They must be viewed
against a background of in-
creasing Soviet interventionism
in the area and the commonality
of concern with respect to all the
nations in the region to deal with
this danger. These are not
mutually exclusive conceptions;
they are mutually reinforcing
conceptions."
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Jewish Broker in Gift
To Georgetown University
WASHINGTON A gift of $100,000 has been
made to Georgetown University by a New York invest-
ment banking firm "for its courageous stance" in return-
ing to the government a gift of $600,000 for its Arab
Study Center.
Mai Cameron, associate director for public affairs, at
Georgetown, said that an official of Bear, Stearns &
Company, one of the nation's largest investment banking
concerns, informed Rev. Timothy Healy, president of
Georgetown, that the $100,000 donation was being sent
"because we were moved and impressed by the
courageous decision" on the part of the university.
Alan Greenberg, the investment firm's chief executive
officer, said the firm's executive committee also made the
gift "because we wanted to show our respect for the
principles and standards, uncompromising standards,
that Georgetown evidenced by returning the $600,000 to
Libya because of Libya's record in support of inter-
national terrorism."
GENEVA The United States had abstained from
voting on a resolution in the United Nations Human
Rights Commission condemning racial intolerance, terror
and all forms of totalitarianism, including Nazism and
apartheid. The American delegate, Richard Shifter, told
Commission members that his delegation abstained
because the resolution was a "political ploy" and took
insufficient notice of anti-Semitism today. It was adopted
by a vote of 38-0.
Shifter, a Jewish lawyer active in human rights, said,
"We feel secure in the knowledge that our country was
always opposed to Nazism and fascism. We never signed
any pact with Adolf Hitler or Herr Von Ribbentrop." He
was referring to the Hitler-Stalin pact concluded by
Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and German
Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop in 1939,
several weeks before the outbreak of World War II.
WASHINGTON The Reagan Administration has
decided to eliminate financial assistance to Israel for the
resettlement there of Jewish immigrants from the Soviet
Union and other Eastern European countries. Rep. Jona-
than Bingham (D. N.Y.) has reported.
According to Bingham, the Administration will rescind
half of the $25 million allocated for this purpose for fiscal
year 1981 which ends next Sept. 30. This would mean that
funding for the program will end on Mar. 31, with the
expenditure up to that time of $12.5 million.
JERUSALEM Premier Menachem Begin has ap-
peared before the Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee to brief its members on the political situation,
but what they got was a foretaste of the election cam-
paign. He derided the Jordianan option, favored by the
Laobr Alighment, accused the opposition of not support-
ing the Camp David agreements and argued with Labor -
ites over settlements on the West Bank.
According to Begin, the Jordanian option does not exist
because King Hussein demands the return of the West
Bank and East Jerusalem and is committed to turn them
over to the Palestine Liberation Organization.
Even then, said Begin, Hussein does not promise to sign
a peace agreement with Israel. Begin charged that by
advocating a Jordanian option, the Labor Party was
undermining the Camp David agreements, including
autonomy for the West Bank and Gaza, for which it had
voted.
TEL AVIV Palestinian terrorists forces in
southern Lebanon now have about 100 Soviet-built and
supplied T-34 tanks but have not used them yet
operationally, military sources said here.
| The first 60 of the tanks were supplied by Eastern
European countries via Syria at the beginning of 1980,
and the last 20 were delivered recently through Hungary,
they said. The tanks are concentrated in the Palestine
Liberation Organization's Palestine Liberation Army area
near Sidon on the Mediterranean coast just north of the
area controlled by the United Nations Interim Forces in
Lebanon (UNIFIL).
In addition to the tanks, the PLO has also obtained
about 100 military pieces of various calibers, heavy
mortars and Katyusha rocket launchers, of Soviet,
French and North Korean manufacture.
Mendelevich Critical of Celebrations
By DAVID LANDAU
AND ROCHELLE WOLK
JERUSALEM (JTA)
"We will never forget
you not even for one
day," Prime Minister
Menachem Begin told
Yosef Mendelevich when
they met at the Prime
Minister's office here.
Begin recalled that he, too,
had spent some time in the
Soviet "Gulag" camps.
Mendelevich, the last of the
imprisoned Jewish defendants in
the 1970 Leningrad hijack trial to
be released, seemed unconvinced.
He told television viewers that he
felt insufficient interest was
shown in Prisoners of Zion while
they languish in Soviet camps.
"My impression is that Israelis
are fantastic in organizing
receptions when a Prisoner of
Zion arrives here, but they take
little interest while the prisoner is
still languishing in captivity,"
Mendelevich, who arrived in
Israel last week, told the TV
interviewer in near faultless
Hebrew. He said that he and his
fellow-prisoners rarely felt that
effective public action was taken
on his behalf.
HE CALLED for public action
on behalf of the two non-Jewish
participants in the Leningrad
escape attempt. Yuri Federov
and Aleksei Murzhenko. who. he
said are still detained "in the
most harsh conditions." He also
mentioned Ida Nudel, Vladimir
Slepak, Iosif Begun, Victor
Brailovsky and Anatoly
Sharansky -
Brailovsky, a leading activist
of the Soviet Jewish emigration
movement and editor of the
journal, "Jews in the USSR,"
had been arrested last November
in Moscow, Mendelevich noted.
"Did you do anything about it?"
he challenged the TV interviewer
and the viewers. He said
"Nathan" Sharansky was
loved by all his fellow-prisoners
for his "tzadik-like" qualities and
that this fove triggered even
greater hostility on the part of
the prison authorities.
Mendelevich's release,
however, has sparked hope in
some Soviet aliya circles in Israel
that the freeing of Nudel from
Siberian exile might also now be
-lose at hand.
A DAY after his arrival from
.he USSR. Mendelevich called on
'every Jew in the United States
.o do whatever is in his power" to
help in the campaign to free other
Prisoners of Zion.
At a press conference at Allon
Shvut. the West Bank home of
his sister, Rivka Dori, Mendel-
evich also called the Jews the
world over to step up the public
struggle. The days of quiet diplo-
macy were over he said. He
recited from the Passover
Hagaddah that God had taken
the Jews from Egypt "with a
strong hand and firm arm."
Mendelevich said his last
hunger strike in the prison camp
had lasted 55 days and was trig-
gered by the confiscation of a
book from which he was teaching
a fellow Jewish prisoner Hebrew
and Jewish history.
HE SAID he was often
punished though not physically
beaten, because he insisted on
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eorgetown University Gives Back Gift to Libyans
aed from Page 1-A
Le check for $641,721 to
Kmbassy and gave it
kuderi, the Embassy's
11 v said. "I was under
no heat and no
I to return the money,
Arried me. I guess I am
lot slow to move. But I
|a growing realization
Libya is up to is ill-
with Georgetown.''
Professorship in
[program will continue
unchanged, the university said.
It is held by a Palestinian-born
historian Hi sham Sharabi. He
was quoted as saying that the
Libyans were "very decent, very
thoughful, very considerate, very
correct" in financing the pro-
fessorship to the extend of
$715,000 over a five-year period.
Michael Hudson, director of
the Arab studies center who
reportedly had been instrumental
in having Libya make the gift
and had strongly defended it, was
quoted here as saying, "We never
felt any pressure from the
Libyan government" on use of its
money.
Hudson was among the
Americans who attended a
seminar in Libya on ways to ad-
vance the Arab points of view
against Israel and conducted a
seminar at Georgetown which he
said was modelled on the lines of
the Libyan program.
The Rev. Michael Walsh,
chairman of the university's
Board of Directors, said the
board's 10-member executive
committee had unanimously
approved return of the money.
IRA SILVERMAN. director of
special programs for the
AJCommittee, which had
strongly denounced George-
town's acceptance of Arab
money for its education
programs, said he was
"delighted" with Georgetown's
decision. "It confirms our faith in
the integrity of Georgetown and
;ts president. Father Healy," he
said "To keep this money would
oe to confer honor on an un-
worthy donor."
In 1978, Georgetown, which is
the oldest Jesuit institution of
higher learning in the U.S., had
returned to Iraq its check for
$50,000. Beside the seven Arab
governments contributing, the
center has received gifts from a
score of American corporations
that do business in the Middle
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\outh Dade benefactors and patrons of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division gathered recently for their annual luncheon on behalf of Federation's 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Guest speaker was Howard Stone (center), director of
\he United Jewish Appeal Overseas programs. Leadership on hand were (from left) Natalie
lyons. South Dade benefactor chairman; Joan Morrison and Marsha Faggen, South Dade
patron co-chairmen; Sue Helfman, South Dade campaign chairman; Candy Ruskin, South
Vade benefactor chairman, and Sandi Simon, South Dade campaign co-chairman.
Residents of Turnberry Isle-Aventura gathered recently to hear guest speaker Jerome Gleekel,
a specialist in Middle East affairs, at their annual cocktail party on behalf of the Greater Miami
j Jewish Federation's 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Shown
are (from left) Fred Hirsch, Eldorado chairman; Norman Braman, GMJF general campaign
chairman; Nate Willis, Coronado chairman; Jerome Gleekel; Eugene Lebowitz, cocktail party
co-host; and Arnold R. Meyer, Turnberry Isle-Aventura executive committee member.
MJHHA Installs Officers
And Residents Council
he miami Jewish Home and
hospital for the Aged installed
Mficers and members of its
(esidents Council recently at the
me. Muarice Sherman suc-
td(N Dr. Abrahm Paris as
president of the council.
Di Paris presented a $1,000
\, collected by the residents,
1.1.urn UliMini of the Greater
Iumil .lewish Federation. Lila
roller, former president of the
Mini Sinai Medical ("enter and
hoard member of the Home.
tailed the officers.
>< i \ iii^: with Sherman will be
Lillian Cowen. vice president;
Id red Siegel. secretary, and
l.trtin Gilbert, treasurer.
The following will serve on the
1981 Residents Council: William
Deb in, Charles Ascherman.
Kstelle Berse. Saul Goldberg.
Sadie Reichstein, Doris Orlow.
Aida London. Maltie Nievert.
William Lei ton. Helen Sherman.
Louis Stein. Mildred Siegal.
Henrietta Fisher, Ida Simon,
Lucy Blum, Lillie Ravitch.
Herman Tatel. Samuel
Reichstein, Maurice Sherman.
Man in Gilbert, Carrie Gold-
stein, Lena Brand. Mary Basin.
Lillian Cowen. Phillip Kornblum.
Solomon Stiffman. Sara
Weinstein, Regina Feingold.
Shaftel Bukzin. Celia Kassel.
Kaye Goodman. Abraham Paris.
Federation Women To Hold
Donor, Sponsor Brunch
South Dade sponsors and
bnors of the Greater Miami
> ish Federation Women's
Hvision will hold their annual
lunch on behalf of the
federation 1981 Combined
few ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
niul campaign on March 16, 10
|m at the Mutiny Club.
IThe event, chaired by South
|ade sponsor co-chairmen
Tinette Aerenson and Hermine
f'ener. and South Dade donor
[Chairmen Lynne Greenbaum,
->3
Linda Hoffman. Paula I-evy and
Sherri Poliakoff. will feature
guest speakers Michael Reiner,
assistant director of the Institute
for Leadership Development for
the Jewish Agency in Israel, and
Mikki Futernick, Women's
Division campaign chairman.
Assisting the committees with
plans for the event are South
Dade campaign co-chairmen Sue
Helfman and Sandi Simon and
Women's Division president
Helene Berger.
and Sam Friedman.
Grace Weinstein and the
residents choral group offered a
program of songs. Fred Hirt is
executive director of the Home.
Teitelbaum |
To Discuss
Rise Of
| Anti-Semitism |
Business and Career Women of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Women's Division
will hold an educational meeting
on Thursday. March 12 at 7:30
p.m. at the Federation Bldg.
Arthur Teitelbaum, Southern
Area director of the Anti-
Delamation League, will be guest
speaker. He will discuss the
current rise of anti-Semitism in
the United States, and the role
Jewish women can play in
combatting this trend.
Helene Berger, president of the
Women's Division, is also
scheduled to address the meeting
on the role of Federation in the
Jewish community.
Nancy Kaplan is chairman of
the Business and Career Women.
Elizabeth Taylor Guest At
Federation Luncheon
World renowned actress Elizabeth Taylor will be the special gueat at the luncheon and preview of the
p-eater Miami Jewish Federations Pacesetter Judaica Sculptures on Thursday, Marcn n.
I The luncheon, for members of Federation's Pacesetter Division will begin at noonin the jnain> gatayof
k Metropolitan Museum and Art Centers. Coral Gables, and will be followed by the preview exhibition
[the sculptures and medallions created by Miami artist and architect Kenneth rreister.
[A minimum gift of $10,000 to the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign is
fcmred to attend the March 12 event.
(Miss Taylor, now in South Florida for her theatrical debut in Lillian ^"^^^^"X'
{11 known figure in Jewish circles for her suPBort of a number of causes including the Simon Wiesenthal
foiler for Holocaust Studies in Los Angeles. ..n*k-
i audiuon. she has played an act.ve role in the national political scene through her involvement in the
her husband, Sen. John Warner of Virginia.
ollowing the preview. Federation will hold a one week publk exhibition of the scultures at the
A 13th Century
Jewish Update
By RABBI
JEROME GURLAND
Family Life Consultant
Temple Beth Sholom
It is reported that an 18th
century rabbi told his disciples
that the Zohar. a classic text of
Jewish mysticism, helped him
remain a Jew. Today, we would
probably be hard-pressed to find
Jews clinging to Judiasm by
virtue of the Zohar and the inter-
pretation of Scripture it presents.
If we were to seek out ancient
texts still influential in the lives
of Jews, we could count the
Midrash among the major ones.
Making Scripture intelligible to
those who gather regularly to
hear it read dates back at least to
the days of Ezra in the 5th
Century before the Common Era.
The method used then and for
centuries thereafter the literal
and non-literal interpretation of
Scripture is the method of
Midrash or miniature homily.
COLLECTIONS of these
homilies were compiled. Quota-
tions from then are still heard in
the synagogue no matter the
designation of denominational
affiliation. Those who quote
Midrash. and those who live by
its lessons are the heirs of the
age-old quest for an under-
standing of "the great moral and
religious truths in the jewel-like
words of the Text whose author
was God Himself." This
literature can help a Jew remain a
Jew. Can mysticism and one of
its classic texts, the Zohar, do the
same?
We know that the Zohar, the
work of the 13th century Spanish
mystic. Moses de Leon, contains
many homilies found in the
Midrash. The author, however,
wove into the fabric of the early
interpretations of Scripture the
ideas, the challenges and the re-
sponses of his own time and
thought system. Some of the
complexities and perplexities of
that century are often ours as
well. Oftimes the answers and
insights are as appropriate for us
as they were for the medieval
mystic.
Midrash and mysticism when
appreciated in combination as the
literature of the Jew become a
. response from the first century to
the thirteenth, perhaps even to
the twentieth.
AN ILLUSTRATION relating
to this week when we mark the
beginning of the new Hebrew
month during which we are
mindful of the approach of Pass-
over should demonstrate the
linkage between mysticism and
Midrash. We read in the Midrash
that on the first day of the month
a special prayer is to be recited
for the occasion. The prayer also
refers to Passover. Why? The
preacher cited in the Midrash in-
forms us that the themes linked
with the Passover should not,
however, be limited to it. They
are relevant for every month.
They should be taught through-
out the year.
For example, justice meted out
of those who revile God and
reject His Way is a lesson not to
be confined to the curriculum for
Passover. The semi-holiday
aspect of the first day of the
month should include special les-
sons taught at other festive
times. Hopefully once reminded
of them the Jew will express
them at all times in both word
and deed.
A 13th century mystical
update! In the Zohar, we read
that on the first day of the new
month the soul of the Jew is
exposed to lessons which make
for noble living. The soul that
finds the message and incor-
porates it into itself is eligible to
be in the "circle of the King,"
God.
WHAT ARE the lessons for
life especially available to us on
the first day of the month? The
reader of Midrash could hasten to
respond: the lesson of Passover
which we are reminded to recall
on the first day of every month.
When read in this manner
Midrash can be considered
among the early foundations of
later mysticism and mysticism as
an extension of early Midrash.
Both texts, especially when read
in tandem, are sources capable of
helping each of us to remain a
Jew.
Rabbi Gurland is Family Life
Consultant of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach. The following
article is presented in
cooperation with the
Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association.
Torah Hadassah
25th Anniversary
On Monday, 12 noon, the
Torah Chapter of Hadassah, will
host a lunch celebrating 25 years
since the founding of Torah by its
first president, Sylvia Lefcourt.
With Mrs. Lefcourt. charter
members and past presidents will
be honored.
Natalie Feingold. is chairman
of the day. Rose I. a u ret/ is
president of the chapter. The
luncheon will be held at Temple
Zamora.
United Way 24th Annual Meeting
The United Way of Dade
County's 24th annual meeting is
scheduled for Wednesday, March
11, at 4 p.m. in the Fontaine
Room of the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel.
The meeting will feature two
speakers who are clients at
United Way supported agencies
and the election of volunteer
officers, board members and
annual members.
Nominations for United Way
officers include: chairman of the
board. Alexander McW. Wolfe,
Jr.. chairman of the board,
Southeast First National Bank of
Miami; president. Thomas R.
Bomar. president. AmeriFirst
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.;
vice president and agency opera-
tions chairman. Octavio F.
Verdeja, senior partner. Verdeja
and Iriondo, CPA; vice president
and campaign chairman B.
Franklin Skinner, vice president
Florida for Southern Bell.
Also vice president and
management services chairman
F.E. Autrey, executive vice
president and chief operating
officer, Southeastern Public
Service Company; vice president
and Planning chairman Judge
Wilkie D. Ferguson. Jr., General
Jurisdiction Division; treasurer
Barton S. Goldberg, president,
Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach; secretary Teri
A. Zubizarreta, president, Zubi
Advertising.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
will follow the business meeting.
For reservations, call the
United Way communications
department.
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L;ien recording secretary.
Helen Silberberg. correspoading
ItcaMafw Pa-^iine Kornbiuth
Violinist Oliverira
In Concert Here
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aader taa aatai al :'?od,jctor
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International Vun Competkjon
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are iwir.e a* the :empie office.
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Technion Chapter
Luncheon Meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter.
Women s D-.van. American
Technaon Socaety. will hold its
next medical engineering pro-
gram luncheon meeting on
Thursday March 12. at the
Montmartre Hotel, at It noon
Entertainment will feature Ted
Janas singer, accompanied by
Warren Broome. For reserva-
tjons call Jean Zaoen or Dorothy
tftaav
Beth David Carnival
The USV and Kaciima Youth
groups of Beth Davd Congrega
:son will sponsor their innuai
Purjn carnival Sunday Vfarch
15. from 11 am to 3 p.m There
will be games and food Th
Carnival will take place at Betr
Da-.d Congregation
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Violet
I president.
Violet Wiles, Dita Natzor
Visting Women's League
Wiles, national
Women's League for
Israel, now serving her sixth
i term, wdl arrive from New York
on March 18 to visit the 13
[chapters of the organization.
On Sunday. March 22, a
[testimonial luncheon will be held
[in her honor at Nick and Arthurs
Restaurant-
I Mrs. Wiles was instrumental in
the formulation of plans for the
kvi.I National Rehabilitation and
Vocational Training Center in
Nathanya. She was actively
Involved in the decision to ex-
pand programs for Russian
imigrants in the WLI homes in
|[YI Aviv and Haifa, and to utilize
Lrl of the Jerusalem Home for a
pilot project in vocational
.raining for minimally brain-
damaged children.
Mrs. Wiles also helped
Utabliah the WLI Scholarship
Endowment Fund at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem to help
isabled veterans of the Yom
[ippur War complete their
iucation.
The local Women's League for
Israel is also playing host to
Israeli representative Dita
ialzor who is in this country to
it with chapters in New York
in,I South Florida. She will make
r\ and radio appearances and
-|Kiik at various functions
liul donor luncheons here.
Mrs. Natzor. in charge of WLI
rejects in Israel, was born in
Izechoslovakia, was in the Free
p. ih Forces during World War
II and served in the British
I hum iv df Information in Cairo.
1949, she joined a large group
Academy Students
Merit Finalist
Mark I. Dunaevsky and .lean
(iulds/.mklt, 121h grade
Indents at the Alexander S.
mna, Hebrew Academy, have
pen chosen as finalists in the
impetition for the National
pril Scholarships which will be
larded in April.
[This is indeed a unique honor
a school of our size, to have
o national merit finalists,"
Bled Rabbi Stanley Bronfeld,
Incipal of the academy.
Lunch, Card Party
ISmith Seas Chapter, Women's
merican OUT, has scheduled a
neheon and card party for
pesday. March 17, at the
ushmtfon Savings Bank. NE
Si and 6 Ave. Kitty Davis
Evelyn Klamner are in
urge of reservations.
RABITIONAL KOSHER
PASSOVER SEDARIM
Dita Natzor
of Czech Jews immigrating to
Israel, met and married her
husband Israel, and joined the
first Israelis who formed the
nucleus of the town of Beersheva.
Violet Wiles
Since 1960, she served, until
recently, on missions for the
United Jewish Appeal in the
United States and other coun-
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Sefer Torah Observance
remple Beth Tov is holding a
series of events on Sunday "en-
compassing much that per-
petuates our ncwd Jewish
heritage am) traditions" accord-
ing to Rabbi Nathan Bryn,
lo'mpU' spiritual leader.
Starting at 8 a.m., there will be
a morning Minyan son ice in the
sactuary, followed at 10 a.m.. by
unveiling sen ices at the grave-
site of the late Rabbi Charles
Rubel at Lakeside Memorial
Cemetery. The ceremony is being
sponsored by the Rubel family
and will be conducted by Rabbi
Maxwell Merger, associate rabbi
of Temple Kmanu-El.
At 11 a.m.. a bronze reader in
memory of Rabbi Rubel will be
dedicated in the sanctuary Rabbi
Siracha Friedman, president.
Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn..
will officiate Refreshments will
i*' served.
During the afternoon, starting
ai (p.m., the Siyum Hatorah
procession of the Sefer Torah
will start at the rear of the Coral
liable.-- Sa\ ings Bank parking
lot. 6400 S\\ B St The honor
guard of the Jewish War
Veterans Post 223 will serve as
escort.
The new Sefer Torah will be
carried under a chupa to the sy-
nagogue where it will join the
other two Sefer Torahs. Rabbi
Jacob Klein of Brooklyn. NY..
will inscribe initials of guests in
the Torah
Following the Siyum Hatorah.
5 p.m. Mineha Maariv services
will be held, and the day will end
with refreshments prepared by
the Beth Tov Sisterhood.
Reuben D. l^ederman is con-
gregation president, and Ruth
Burman is Sisterhood president.
Betty Malakoff To Be Honored
According to an announcement
made by Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sbolom. Mrs Betty Malakoff.
former administrative secretary
of t ho temple, w ill be honored on
her recent retirement at a special
Onag Shabbat Friday evening.
March 13, at the temple.
Mrs Malakoff joined the
temple staff during its early
years, as il was mst beginning to
grow The congregation was
housed in the old building
which preceded the present
complex As the temple grew
along with Miami Beach. Mrs
Malakoff assumed even larger
responsibilities, managing the
temple office, directing adminis-
tration, editing the temple
bulletin, and serving as coordina-
tor of a variety of programs that
de\ ek>ped-
She served as an ad\ isor to the
temple board. Sisterhood and
Brotherhood, and was a mentor
to the staff
Rabbi Eisenstat
In Israel With
UJA Mission
Rabbi Michael B Eisenstat ol
Temple Judea, has joined with
other rabbi's from IT com-
munities across the natk>n t.
participate in the United .Jewish
\ppeal Rabbinic Cabinet
Leadership Mission to Israel
which began March 1.
The 10-day study mission will
lake the rabbis to sites through
out Israel to see the humanitar-
ian programs and sen ices of the
Jewish Agency and American
Joint Distribution Committee in
action.
Throughout the mission the
rabbis will be briefed by key Jew-
ish Agency and Israeli govern-
ment officials on critical issues
such as immigrant absorption,
settlement of the Negev and the
Galilee, and care of the young
and aged They will visit a
project renewal neighborhood
and will be briefed on the broad
social economic and cultural
rehabilitation program by Harry
Rosen, director general of the
Jewish AgOIC) Prime Minister
Menachem Begin will be the
featured speaker at a dinner
during the stay in Israel.
Beth Sholom Israeli Dinner Dance
Hi, Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Sholom of Greater Miami,
will host its annual Israeli hop
dinner-dance on Saturday
evening, March 21, 7:30 p.m.. at
the temple, according to an
announcement made by Perry
Fabian, president of
Brotherhood.
The Hop." was inspired by
Rabbi Leon Kronish
Brotherhood has made it possible
for Confirmanda to participate in
the annual confirmation class
pilgrimage io Israel, as part of
the temples growing-up
lewishlv program This year
will be the 12th Israeli
Ounce of Prevention
To be Discussed
The Aviva Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its annual
meeting on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
at the home of Myron and Sandi
Samole The topic of the
evening's program will be An
Ounce of Prevention."
Following a short busines-
meeting, guest speakers will in-
clude a member of the 911 squad,
a representative from the Public
Safet) commission and two
lecturers from the Tamiami Gun
Shop, who will discuss methods
of crime prevention and safety
Pilgrinwgi and proceeds trmlh(.
Israeli Hop will I* allocated t
the 1981 Israeli Pilgrin
\ dinner will be sen ,,| and a
dance orchestra will >
Tickets and further ,n
formation may I., obtained bv
calling the temple off ici
Herman Isis
mikes the difference
The effort, he has ; rth I
help the people : I
making all the d:ffere:.ee in
the world JfS
Ton. Tou are the difference.
Israel and Egypt Travelogue
Zohara Hadassah Education Day
ira Hadassah, \\entura-
Eastern Shore> Chapter, will hold
an al! daj Seminar at its
it ion day meeting on
:-. Recreation
Hall. | : Coffee and
cak will tx - wn papei lunch break M
noon
topic for the daj is \mencan
Jewn and Judiasm in the
1 w ent leth i ent urj t o-
ordinator is Jessica Migdalof
. Levin, Vlke Lazarus. Anita
I g S< Ima 11 Idberg and
thj Seitel will be on the
the morning seas
Guest sp aker at the afternoon
Rabbi Simcha
: Temple Adath
Veshurun
Miss Clara I. -\nish. educator
and photographer, will present
Middle Fast Odyssey." a
travelogue of Israel and Egypt.
,>n Tuesdaj 7 16 p m in the
Beth Moshe Clara and Seymour
Smoller ballroom for the March
- p '.', imen
Mi-~ Vnish is a tormer teacher
and acting assistant principal in
the Cincinnati Public School
system 1" Vpril, sm was
nominated for the p> si l Poet
Laureate of Florida
She is Ti mple
W men and on the ship
committee of
AMW Galil Meet
The next regular mevtuig of
tht Vmeri M i rachi Women
rill b? held on
Mondaj noon ai the Washington
Sa\ ings Bldg 6 13 NE 167th St
Mosne.
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Breakfast Forum
On Abolishing
Juvenile Courts
Hiould the juvenile courts be
.,.,,:' is (he question that
,1 be .liscussed at ihe next
ntherhood Breakfast Forum of
pi,. Beth Am. on Sunday.
|arch 15. at 9:30 a.m. in the
. pie Youth Lounge.
mel of citizens participating
will include Judge Seymour
, r of the Juvenile Division,
idge Mario Goderich of the
li nminal Division, and Dade
, nator Robert McKnight.
Moderator will be attorney.
arton Udell.
\dmis8ion is open to
,thcrhood members. There will
i ., minimal charge for non-
nembers.
Yeshiva Annual
March-A-Thon
Mrs. Corrinne Lang, president
i.| LOLY. the women's
[organization which supports the
[educational efforts of the
l.ubavitch Yeshiva on Miami
I teach, has announced that the
eshiva will be sponsoring its
second annual Torah march-a-
non "" I uesday.
I'arenls, friends, and the
Mudenta of the school will solicit
hi :n door to raise funds for the
numon. where many ol the
i luldren are on scholarships.
(>ur school has an "open door
niii v. said Pearl Schwartz.
rhairlady of the women's group.
We will not deny any Jewish
niilil the right to learn all about
Jl.is ama-nt heritage. However, we
li.ren I he community's Support
luiu arc hoping that everyone will
spond when our volunteers
ime knocking on their doors."
ZOA Brandeis
Names Officers
The annual election of officers
lund directors will be held by the
Uirandeia district. Zionist
Organization ol America, on
Kunday, I :i< p.m.. at the North
Shore Activity Center. Michael
{uoldberg is chairman of the
nmnal urns committee.
Hose Shapiro, vice president.
luill lie in charge of entertainment
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Purim Party Plans
llutikvah Chapter. American
Mi/raihi Women, will hold a
'urim party on Thursday. March
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dinner-dance, Saturday evening.
March 14.
Rev. Adler has served Both
Torah as ritual Director for 11
years and has developed a loyal
group of "Minyanears" who come
to daven with him daily He also
serves as the Maahgiach for the
DelPrado residents gathered recently for their annual break- North Dade Vaad Hakashruth.
fast on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations 1981 Mrs Adler has been an active
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, number of the U""1* an
Keynote speaker Jerome Gleekel (seated, left), a specialist in ^^ J^SUTtLS
Middle East affairs, highlighted the event. Leadership on hand J Mordachai and Bertha
included Mrs. Jeanette Blumenthal (seated, center); Charles ^^ haye bwn married 31
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Natalie Lyons Reviews Book
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Madassah will hold its annual Avrich. fund raising chairman,
youth activities' luncheon on and to Julius Gerber by Dena
Wednesday. 12 noon, at Turn- Greenfield, treasurer,
berry Isle Country' Club. Blossom Greenberg and
Natalie Lyons, past vice Augusta Epstein, co-chairman of
youth activities will chair the
day.
Frances Weinstein president of
Lyons, past
president. Miami Chapter of
Hadassah. currently Miami
Region Area vice president will
review "A Biography of Edna
Ferber" by Julie Goldsmith
Gilbert.
Presentations will be made to
Ida and Hurry Green fold and to
Ein Karem Chapter, and Linda
Minkes. president of Miami
Region of Hadassah. will extend
greetings.
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wonderful grandchildren.
Serving on the dinner-dance
committee as co-chairmen are
Shirley and Ben Genad and Betty
and Joshua Weinberg. Journal
chairmen are Carole and Sol
Popper, and Florience Winton.
For reservations and further
information contact the
synagogue office.
The Distant Shores'
Take a tour across five con-
tinents around the world with
The Distant Shores when they
pro\ ide the entertainment for the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu
El's ; 1 st anniversary luncheon
on March 18. in the Friedland
ballroom. Reservations may be
obtained by calling the
SiMvrhood office
Violinist Rosand
Aaron Rosand is violin soloist
with guest conductor Hiroyuki
Iwaki and the Florida
Philharmonic March IT at 8:30
p.m. in Dade County
Auditorium, and March 20 at
8:15 p.m. in West Palm Beach
Auditorium.
Oscar Minski. (left), president of the Cuban-Hebrew Campaign
of the Israel Bonds Organization, received Israels City of Peace
award, recognizing his term as leader of the Latin-American
community. Minski spear-headed a campaign netting several
million dollars and has long been active in Jewish communal
affairs. Mrs. Minski is center and the award was presented by
Herbert Warshauer, national field director of the Israel Bonds
Organization. __^_______________________
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James N. Rinaldi. assistant
professor of Yeshiva University's
Wurzweiler School of social work
block education program in New
York City, will be in Miami and
Maitland on March 6, B, and 9 to
speak to prospective students.
agenc) officials, and workers
about the block program The
program allow-- Btudentt to do
Held work at community agencies
during the school year and take
regular classroom work during
the summer month* at the
Wurzweiler Schi>ol
Prol Kinaldi will visit the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, to meet with Mr. L.
Cohen assistant executive vice-
president, and the Jewish
vocational Service of Miami. On
March 8 he will be at the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital For
the Aged for recruitment in-
ter\ ien a
On March 9, he will be at the
Jewish Community Center.
Maitland. Fla to meet with
\lar\in Friedman. executive
director.
The work he does :..
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation is the difference
between talking about w
w rong with the w< irld '
doing something about
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Lisa Novick and Howard Millhauser ex-
changed marriage vows on Sunday. Jan. 18. at
the Turnberry Isle Country Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Novick. and attends Miami University
School of Law. Her bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Millhauser. is president of
Capital Management Associates Inc.
Attendants at the ceremony were Karer.
Novick, maid of honor, Bettsie Greenbaum
Debra Rindenau. Gynnis Flood and Sand>
Milhauser. bridesmaids.
Morton Millhauser served as the
bridegroom's best man, and ushers were
William Westrich, Michael Linet. Mark
Silver-man and Jeffrey Rubinstein.
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"Sirs. Betty Heitman, co-
chairman of the Republican
National Committee, began an
J eight-day visit to Israel on
n Feb. 16. During her stay, Mrs.
j Heitman surveyed
.humanitarian programs,
conferred informally with the
/highest echelons of Israeli
ha leadership, and discussed
ye areas of mutual interest with
fa Israeli women active in the
e3aJewish State's political and
governmental structures.
Mrs. Heitman was re-elected
as RNC co-chairman in
peaJanuary. She was first elected
Corfo that Post <*fter tne
l,ut Republican National Con-
.ia:.vention in Detroit last July.
*Mrs. Heitman began her
political career as a volunteer
. and pollualcher in her home
s state of Louisiana.
Ae_______________,_________________
Over 400 members of the Southeastern Florida Region of
Women's American ORT turned out for the annual School of
Engineering luncheon at the Konover Hotel. A show. "Las
Argentine'' added zest to the gala. Mimi Weiner (center) in-
troduces the queen and king of the "Valentine It's a Love-In"
theme of the affair. Jean Rose lief), president of the Region, and
Ruth Leff (right) executive committee chairman.
Beth David Day was cele-
brated Wednesday at Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club with a
Champagne Brunch. Chairing the
event was Florence (Mrs. Abra
ham) Stein. She welcomed the
guestfl dressed in a burgundy silk
paisley print.
Sisterhood president. Enid
Pliner. chose a nautical navy and
white ensemble. Lucille Alterman
was in a salmon colored suit.
Clarice (Mrs. Saml Badanes
lopped her pleated grey wool
>kir( nh a soft rose colored silk
chiffon blouse, with hand tucking
ai the shoulders.
Gail (Mrs. Don) Tescher chose
black and white as her color
combination. Her cardigan jacket
was hand knit, and her sofly
tailored -\\k blouse was in white
Toby (Mrs. Edmund I Ansin wore
a Mlk prim blouse with her rust
colored uitrasuede sun Her
cumberbund styled bell had
ge trim
Ruth I Mrs Max I Tendrich
combined camel and c>) ster colors
for her ensemble Phylis iMrs
Murray) Darks was in a beige
.mil royal suede-cloth ensemble
with a touch <>f cranberrj as the
.u cenl color
Ana Marie Scherz won a beige
and brown pants ensemble
Maria Feldstein tupped her white
jumpsuit withanavj blazer Mae
(Mrs. Mendel) Selig combined an
ivory colored chiffon blouse with
Million hue trim, a brown cash-
mere skirt and a handknil mohair
anil silk jacket
Harriet Small selected a navy
and while knit for the afternoon
event Sylvia (Mrs. Harold)
Keinhard was in a three-piece
navy and white knil ensemble.
Mickev (Mrs. Frank) Rose wore a
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two piece silk floral print
Marilyn (Mrs. Steven) Simon
chose blue and white as her color
combination. Diana (Mrs
Richard) Bailey, whose husband
is the congregation president.
selected a beige knit. She intro-
duced Donna Hanover of Channel
7. who was guest speaker.
Jennie Mae and Berry Clein
with lots of good things hap
petting. Their grandson. Ronald.
recently married in Silver
Springs. Md.. to Bettina Sue
Higginbotham. Ronald is the sun
of their daughter.Ann. and her
husband. Allan Rose.
Jennie Mae's brother. Alfred
Long, a former Miami resident, is
Lying the knot with Norma Jean
Slayer in Birmingham. Ala this
month Mfred's children. Laura.
Robert and John were raisi
Miami
What do some women do when
i hildren begin to grow i p'1
They go bad to school
School .mil graduate w il h h
Sheila lialpern was fit
yeai s ,1.1-- Shi i- the wifi I I'r
Barry Halper.
Florence Bobbins was U
the class, her husband, Larry
and tin two children in
proud
Marsha Rosen and Blanch
Brass are two more ol OUI
women who are now pracl
attorney -
Israeli Actress
Yivo Committee ol Miami will
hold its weekly forum
Wednesday, l :30 p no at 1 :
Beth Sholom Hadassah Kesiin.
Israeli acresss, will present a
recital ol excerpUi from 'i
literal lire
[^ Carol Greenberg
over makes the difference.
I Eve-Through his work for the
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'Baile' Celebration Sunday Mar. 15
The Cuban Hebrew Division of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation will hold its annual "Baile"
to celebrate the independence of
the State of Israel on Sunday,
March 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
Guest speaker will be the
Honorable Victor Harel. first
secretary of the Israel Embassy
in Washington. According to
Isaac Sklar, chairman of the
Division. Mr. Harel will deliver
his address in Spanish.
The "Baile" which benefits
Federations Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
is also held under the auspices of
the Cuban Hebrew Congregation,
the Cuban Sephardic Hebrew
Congregation. B'nai B'rith
Miami Latin Lodge 2796. the
Inter American Chapter of
Hadassah. and the Cuban
"David Bliss" Branch of the
Farband Labor Zionist Alliance.
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1 The next "Coffee, Culture and
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Miami will be held on Sunday, at
10:30 a.m. Rabbi Harry Jolt,
Auxiliary Rabbi, is in charge of
the adult education series.
(luest speakers will be:
Ruth Doctor, a member of the
Reform Kibbutz Yahel in Israel,
whosi- topic will be "Reform
establishes roots in Israel;" and
Nancy Goldstein, co-chairman of
the temple school board, and her
hu:;band, Michael, a member of
the temple board, who will speak
on their recent trip to Israel.
Brooklyn Center
Marks Birthday
The annual reunion of the
Brooklyn Jewish Center will be
held on Sunday, March 15, at the
Tarleton Hotel. The annual
luncheon will celebrate the birth-
|day of Rabbi Israel H. Levinthal.
A social hour is slated for 11
a.m. For reservations call
Hannah Michelman or Abe
iMeltzer.
Segal to Interpret
Prayer Book
The monthly lecture of the
Great Jewish Books series was to
be held on Thursday, March 5, at
the Miami Beach Public Library.
I^eon Segal was to review the
"Machzer," the High Holidays
Prayer Book, interpreting its
religious and liturgical sig-
nificance, and was to illustrate
Hebrew tradtional liturgical
chants.
Coins and Stamps
The Juvenile Diabetes Founda-
tion announces the sponsorship
of a professional coin and stamp
show to be held at Cutler Ridge
Mall on Sunday, between 12 and
5 p.m. with exhibitions through-
out the mall.
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Pioneer Women Chapters
Mark Purim Holiday
The celebration of the Purim
holiday will begin at many of the
Pioneer Women chapters.
A Purim program has been
prepared for the Sunday meeting
of the Kinneret Chapter. The
noon session will be held in the
civic auditorium of Washington
N.ivings and Loan Assn. 1133
Normandy Dr.
Participants include past
president Leah Naparst. who will
speak on Purim history; Sheva
Berland. will give a reading by
Sholom Aleichem: Goldie
Barkan. will offer a medley of
Purim songs and Tobi Gruber.
will deliver a reading.
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was cited by Metropolitan Dade County Mayor Stephen P.
Clark, right, for his "service to the community down through
the years. Thick president Doug Donn at left. Donn received a
plaque from Mayor Clark for his "contributions to tourism in
South Florida."
Levin Named Manager of
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University of Illinois and is a
graduate of Roosevelt University
in Chicago.
Balogh executes client orders
on all major exchanges, as well as
in over-the-counter markets. In
addition to stocks and bonds, the
firm offers facilities for tran-
sactions in options, mutual
funds, tax shelters and single-
premium deferred annuities.
Rita Adoff is president of the
group.
The singing of Purim songs
and the reading of the Megillah
will highlight the Wednesday
meeting of the Beba Idelson
chapter. The group will meet at
12 ntxm in the community room
of Washington Savings and Loan
Vssn 1 133 Normandy Or.
Miriam Gingold. national
.uh iM>r ot Pioneer Women, will
speak <>n the current situation in
the Middle Hast.
The Purim program will be led
by Ksther Weinstein. vice
president of the chapter.
S.i rah Kaufman is president,
and Sarah Kerbs and Mildred
Prank will serve as hostesses.
The regular meeting of the
Club II chapter will be held
Thursday. March 12 at 1 p.m. in
the civic auditorium of Washing-
Ion Savings and Loan Assn..
ilJ;l I Washington Ave.
Guest speaker will be Miriam
Gingold, national advisor.
Dora Cohen, president of the
chapter, said a Purim luncheon is
planned for March 22 at the
Montmarte Hotel.
Refreshments will be served.
Costa Cruises Brings Prices Down
To Sea Level
With Savings Up To $200
On March Caribbean Sailings
Costa Cruises will offer cash discounts of up to $200 this
March to passengers booking seven-day cruises on three of us
San Juan based ships. These discounts are applicable to the
March 7. 14. 21 and 28th sailings of the MS World Renaissantv
and the S-S Amerikanis. and for the March 14 and 21st sailing
of the MS (aria C. All three ships depart San Juan on Satur-
day.
Passengers making reservations on the intimate. 12,000-ton
World Renaissance will receive discounts of $50-200, depending
on cabin category booked. The ship calls at St. Lucia, Barbados,
Guadelope. Antigua and St. Thomas. Cruise rates on the World
Renaissance range from $660-1.400 per person, double oe-
cupancy.
On the Amerikas. Costa passengers booking space on all
March sailings will receive discounts of $50-$150. depending on
cabin category. The 'value-oriented" Amerikanis, which offers a
full itinerary of six ports on its seven-day. visits St. Maarten
Martinique. Barbados, St. Lucia and St. Thomas. Her cruise
rates range from $595$ 1,220.
Discounts of $50$ 150 will be extended to passengers booking
reservations on the March 14 and 21st sailings of the Carla C,
which has been dubbed the "welcome back" ship because if its
high rate of repeat cruisers. The Carla C.'s itinerary includes
Curacoa. Caracas, Grenada, Martinique and St. Thomas. Her
cruise rates range from $695-$ 1,700.
For further information on these special cash discounts this
March on seven-day sailings from San Juan, contact your travel
agent or nearest Costa Cruises office.
t Allan B. Levin has been named
: manager of Balogh Securities"
* new discount brokerage office at
S 1460 Brickell Ave.
Levin's appointment was
announced today by Paul
Balogh, president of the
brokerage firm which now
maintains eight offices in South
Florida. Balogh offers investors
liscounts ranging up to 80
percent from previously fixed
New York Stock Exchange rates.
Before joining Balogh, Levin
was an account executive with
Shearson Loeb Rhoades and with
Dominick & Dominick in
Chicago. Levin attended the
i
In addition to its Brickell Ave.
branch, Balogh has offices in N.
Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale,
Hallandale, Bay Harbor Island.
Miami Beach. South Miami and
Naples.

At Ocean Pavilion, Miami Beach, George and Yvonne Salomon
nuere recipients of Israel's scroll of honor, recognizing their
.many years of participation in Jewish philanthropic and service
^.groups. The Salomons were honored for their dedication and
suPPudevotion to Israel The award was presented by Sam Cohen,
opera!'eft, Israel Bonds Hi-Rise chairman on Miami Beach.
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Acme Fish Product* and Ma Msvins are no longer under
K) supervision. Any use of the K) symbol on any of their
fish products is unauthorized.
The Land belongs to those
who care for It,
and the INF cares.
Land Reclamation In Israel
Land into Space Sand into Land
There is enough space in Israel for every
Jewbut there is not enough land, fertile land, for
growing, for building.
The Jewish National Fundas custodians of the
Land of Israel for the Jewish Peoplehas the
responsibility of creating land where today there is
only space.
it is regarding entire hills,
it is carving out roads,
it is preparing the land on high hilltops.
the empty space of the Negev cry out
for their rehabilitation...
Developing the Negev is the
kind of task that no one anywhere
has ever attempted. The rehabilita-
tion of empty space, barren space
the conquest of the desert, THAT
IS THE CHALLENGE OF THE JNF.
It it a vast undertaking. It is a vital undertaking.
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Israel To Spend
$1 Billion On Aviation
H
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
outlook for Israel's aviation in
the 1980 is bright, according to
various experts and officials in
tin Held, with respect to the
manufacture of aircraft, the
economical transportation of
passengers and freight and the
marketing of Israeli-built planes
aboard.
Yosel Mayan, director general
,,l thi Defense Ministry, told the
innual Israel Aeronautical
Conference here that Israel will
, -i si 1111 In i ii over the next
eight years to develop the I.avie
jet fighter, a second generation
combat aircraft that will replace
both 11' Israel-made Kfirand the
American Skyhawks.
Mn van said he was not aware
that any other country plans
such second generation aircraft
and if they did. they would be
mure expensive than the Lavie.
MANACHEM Leviathan.
a.l of the engineering depart
jit of El Al, described fuel
economy measures being taken
by the airline with its Boeing jet
aircraft. He said they were being
copied by other airlines which use
the Boeing planes. Leviathan
cited a recent precise study made
of the in-flight fresh water re-
quirements of El Al passengers
which led to a reduction of the
water carried and an attendant
increase in weight available for
fuel, passengers or freight. He
said this saved some $1 million a
year
He said other savings were
theoretically possible but had to
Ik' tested. He mentioned in that
connection the construction of a
mathematical model of the op-
timum speeds a plane should fly
under various wind conditions.
Meanwhile, Israel Aircraft
Industries announced that their
Israel-designed and produced
Westwind executive jet has
captured almost 25 percent of the
American market for such air-
craft. They said 223 of the planes
have been sold in the U.S. so far.
The Ministry of Commerce,
Industry and Tourism has
promised an allocation of 12
million Shekels (about $1.3
million) to encourage the
development of IAI's Astro 1125
executive jet to replace the West-
wind 1124 model. The Astro is
expected to be airborne sometime
in 1984-1985.
Cantor Meisel To Sing Songs
The Yivo Committee of
Greater Miami will present
Cantor Saul Meisels in a concert
of Songs from Jewish Life" on
Wednesday, March 11, at 1:30
p.m at Temple Beth Sholom,
Miami Beach. The program will
consist of Yiddish literature, as
well as songs from Israel and
ff^flR./.anic chants.
Cantor Meisels has appeared in
concert, radio and television pro-
pel ms throughout the United
States, Canada and Israel. He
has ^i\ i'n lecture-recitals at many
\merican universities, and has
appeared as guest soloist with
\ anous orchestras. He is a
recording artist for RCA Victor
ami Tik\ ah Records.
ADULT TOURS 1981
Western Odyssey presents:
Spring in the Great South-
western USA including Las
Vegas. Grand Canyon and much
more! May 14-23. Rocky Moun-
tain Autumn including
Yellowstone. Grand Tetons and
Kste9 Park! September 17-26.
For information call 404-926-4096
or write 1050 Little Victoria Rd.
Woodstock. Ga. 30188. Excellent
references!
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Cantor Meisel
The public is invited to attend.
For ticket information, call Mrs.
Git) Kahn.
BB Women Election
Lincoln Bnai B'rith Women
will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday. 11:30 a.m. at the 100
Lincoln Road Club Room.
Election of officers will be held.
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living room, bedroom, den, 1Vi
bath, terrace, pool, elevator,
near shopping, synagogues,
theatre. Sundays, 534-7994.
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At a reception following his performance at Temple Judea, Theodore Bikel is surrounded by
some of the temple family: Barry Hesser, Dr. and Mrs. Steven Weissberg, Lee Jubelirer, Rabbi
and Mrs. Michael B. Eisenstat, Temple president and Mrs. Harvey Miller, Laurel Swerdin and
Sarah Gotlieb.
Monday Meeting Emanu-El Players In 'God's Favorite'
The Emma Lazarus Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Monday
noon at the Community Center.
Collins Ave. and 93rd St. Main
topic for the day will be the
Youth Aliyah luncheon to be held
at the Carillon Hotel on Monday,
March 16.
Neil Simon's comedy, "God's
Favorite," will be presented by
the Temple Emanu-EI Players
Wednesday and Thursday,
March 25 and 26. in the Fried I and
Ballroom of the Miami Beach
congregation.
Tickets for the event are
available at the temple box office.
,Mrs. Judy Uffner, president of
'the Players, said special rates are
available for senior citizens and
'students.
'Raquela' Reviewed for Hadassah Unit
Hamantashen Served
Hamantashen and a drawing is
on the program of the Shalom
Chapter of the American
Mizrachi Women at 100 Lincoln
Rd, 12 noon Tuesday.
Entertainment by Esther
Weinstein.
Musical Program
Morton Towers Chapter of
Hadassah will meet 11:30 a.m.
Monday, at the American
Savings 1200 Lincoln Rd. There
will be a musical program, and
refreshments will be served.
Kinneret Chapter of Hadassah
will meet on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.
at El Conquistador Clubhouse.
Guest will be Natalie Lyons,
area vice president, regional
chairperson of big gifts, Kinneret
advisor, who will review
"Raquela," a best seller.
Refreshments will be served.
0CEANFR0NT. HO 20th St.
MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 33139
10 DAY PASSOVER
KOSHER SPECIAL
INCLUDES SEDERS
$480 Per Pers. Doub.
i\ 534-2141
k\ (Rabbinical Supervision) i
FLORIDA COUNCIL
OF
AMERICAN MIZRACHI
WOMEN
Is Pleased Jo Announce
THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND and
SPECIAL GIFTS LUNCHEON
Honoring
DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONER
MR. BARRY D. SCHREIBER
Guest Speaker
MR. MARVIN LEFF
National Executive Director American Mizrachi Women
To Be Held
Sunday, March 22,1981,12:00 Noon
At
Temple Emanu-El- Friedland Ballroom
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Scholarship: Luncheon Couvert
$250.00 per couple $10.00
$ 125.00 per person Each Reservation
For Reservations Call
531-5344/531-5345
Pearl Schwartz, Chairman
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? Western Odyssey presents:"*
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? packing Yellowstone and[J
? Grand Tetons. *
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For Israel Cordially Invites You to the Annual
ARMDI-Samuel Reinhard
Humanitarian Annual
Award Dinner
Honoring
Mayor Murray Meyerson
Of Miami Beach
1981 Recipient
Sunday, April 12
Konover Hotel Konover Ballroom
Cocktail. 7:00 p.m. Dinner 8:00 p.m.
Couvert: $100 ^ ^^.^ Cfl// g47.3263
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David Coleman
Southeast District ARMDI Chairman
Tibor Hollo
Dinner Chairman
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Friday. March 6, 1981
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox received Israel's Scroll of Honor at
the Woodside Salute to Israel held in cooperation with the State
of Israel Bonds Organization. The Foxs were honored for their
many years of devotion and dedication to the welfare of Israel
through the Israel Bonds program. From left are: Eddie
Schaffer, Sam Schleikorn, Mr. and Mrs. Fox and Oscar
Gomberg.
Residents of Seacost Towers South celebrated a Salute to Israel
in behalf of the State of Israel Bonds Organization. At the same
time, they presented the Israel Scroll of Honor to Isidore and
Edith Weisman, (center) recognizing their many years of active
participation in numerous Jewish philanthropic and service
organizations. The award was presented by Samuel Bernstein
(left) and Edwin Schweig.
Residents of Crystal House gathered to honor the memory of
Harry Rothenberg and present his family with the Israel Scroll
of Honor recognizing Rothenberg's active participation in
numerous Jewish philanthropic and service organizations.
Accepting the award from Emil Cohen are Mrs. Rothenberg
and brothers Simon Rothenberg (left) and Irving Rothenberg.
Residents of Seacoast Towers North gathered to honor Ruth
Weissberg (center) with the Israel Scroll of Honor, on behalf of
the State of Israel Bonds Organization. Mrs. Weissberg was
honored for her dedication Israel and the Israel Bonds program.
The award was presented by Prof. Gideon Peleg (left) the guest
speaker and Ruth Baker, who received a certificate of ap-
preciation from the Bonds organization for acting as chairman
of the event.
Tempt* Beth Moshe in North Miami and the State of Israel
Bonds Organization honored Rabbi Emeritus Joseph Gorfinkel
with Israel's City of Peace award, recognizing his active par-
ticipation in many Jewish philanthropic, and service
organization. The award was presented at a State of Israel
tribute dinner held in the rabbis honor. Chairman of the board.
Jay M. Tischenkel, (left) presents the award to Rabbi and Mrs.
Gorfinkel !
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el Elected President
iami Beach C of C
>4evel, chairman of
[f Pershing Auto
has been elected
[the Miami Beach
bommeree for 1981-
attorney William
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er and dance at the
Hotel. U.S. Sen.
will be the princi-
tt the 60th annual
liner of the Beach
as vice president
tin .il affairs for the
the past several
capacity, he helped
few hope committee,
Icivic, business, fra-
^rious organizations
[to secure passage of
i on Miami Beach*s
South Shore Re-
project several
mil businessman in
lor the past 35
moved here after
|h-- United States
lor three years
[War II. He attend-
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tineas, and for 14
.is chairman of|
bs at Temple Beth
kident of the Civic
liami Beach, he is a
It lie board of the
1 Chamber of
Jlonda region; presi-
Greater Miami He-
[l.oun Assn.: and
national board of
.Jewish Congress.
hember of the juve-
ly control program
acil of the Florida
tourt Committee.
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Hci has published
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Hadassah Plans
Meeting, Eye
Bank Lunch
Southgate Chapter of Hadas-
sah has planned a regular meet-
ing for Monday at 1 p.m., in the
Southgate Terrace room. The
afternoon program will include a
Purim celebration and a reading
by Muriel Kovinow and Ruth
Katz.
On Wednesday noon, the chap-
ter will hold its annual eye bank
luncheon at the Montmartre
Hotel. Chairpersons for the day
are Bea Schiffman. Lillian Weitz-
man. Rose Blass and Pauline
Schwartz.
Shirley and Frances Rosenberg
share the presidency of South-
gate Hadassah.
Joseph A .Nevel
translations of some of the works
ol Surfside resident and Nobel
Prize winner Isaac Bashevis
Singer. He also is a volunteer to
the Chaplaincy Service of Dade
County, and has served the elder-
l\ and Bick in the South Miami
Beach area for 10 years in that
capacity
Leo Segal On
Liturgical Music
Leon '/.. Segal, a member of the
National Council for Jewish
Education, who lectures in
Hebrew. Yiddish and English,
will present a musical and
literary review of the liturgical
music based on the High Holiday
Prayer Book at the Great Jewish
Book Discussion Group meeting
Thursday. March .">. at 1.30 p.m..
in tin Miami Beach Public
Library
Samuel Reiser is group
coordinator.
Students Return
Students who recently
returned from High School in
Israel include Sara Moljo. Miami
Beach High School; Carol
Harvey. David Martin and David
Snoll. of Southwest High School;
Elizabeth Deikman. Hope
Lavender and Cory Sukert. all of
Palmetto High School
The People Mover'
Aliyah Chapter of Hadassah
will present a musical. "The
People Mover,'* on Sunday. 2
p.m.. at Kendale Elementary
School Proceeds from the after-
noon are earmarked for Youth
Aliyah.
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25 sailboats. 3 motorboals. 4 indoor Bruns-
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karate fencing, rocketry, ham radio, archery,
photography and gymnastics are just some
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Ages 5 to 16 Fees include air fare
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Separate camps of distinction 'or Boys and
Girls on beautiful Reflection Lake in the
picturesque Pocono Mountains of N E
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Myron Cohen, well known
comedian, who will appear in
concert with entertainer Aris
San on Saturday night at the
Theatre of the Performing
Arts.
Fred Hirt, (left) executive
director, congratulates
Maurice Sherman as president
of the 1981 residents council
for the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged
'Jewish Worship Hour*
Rabbi Solomon H. Waldenberg
of the Israelite Center. Miami,
will appear on "The Jewish
Worship Hour" on Channel 10 on
Sunday.March 8, at 8 a.m.
Community Corner
Rabbi Heaby Glaus, Principal of the Toras Emes Academy,
served as a major participant at a curriculum workshop dealing
with Hebrew Day School education at the fourth annual cum;
culum conference of the Hebrew Day School movement which
took place recently in Atanta, Ga. More than 100 major educa
tors along with educational psychologists served as delegates to
the conference which was convened by Torah Umesorah, the
National Society for Hebrew Day Schools.
Miami Shores attorney Fran Farina has been named to
chair an ad hoc committee on Democratic Party Reorganization
for Dade County.
William J. Schusel, vice president of Jefferson National
Bank of Miami Beach, has been appointed by the Board of Dade
County Commissioners to the Clean County Committee of
Metropolitan Dade County. Schusel's appointment was an-
nounced by Metro Dade Mayor Steve Clark.
Gerald R. Fallck of Miami, recently participated in a four-
day seminar on pension planning held here at the firm's home
office.
Joseph Handleman of Bay Harbor Islands, has received the
national community service award of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Surfside Senior Citizens Club will meet Wednesday, 12:30
p.m. Town Hall 93 St. and Harding Ave. Guest will be Patricia
Gale and her accordion.
Israel Tennis Assn., gave a tennis exhibition by four junior
champions from Israel (eight to 11 years of age) on Monday,
March 2, at the Turnberry Isle Tennis and Yacht Club.
The Miami Beach Region of Hadassah held its oncology re-
search luncheon on Feb. 22 at the Doral Hotel. Rose Eliis Matz-
kin, honorary vice president of Hadassah. was featured speaker.
Jean Feinberg is region president
Richard M. Zimmerman, executive vice-president. Flagship
National Bank of Miami, and Sam Kantor. president of Tropix
logs. Inc.. have agreed to serve as the co-general chairman of
the lilHl Histadrut Pro-Am golf Invitational. Announcement
was made bv tournament director. Frank Strafaci, and Irving
Gordon, Southern Region director of Histadrut. Bobby Goodis.
South Florida businessman, accepted the position of chairman
of the pro-am committee. The 1981 event will be sponsored by
the California Club, host of last years tournament.
Florida has received official notification from the United
States House of Representatives that the state is eligible for
four additional seats in the United States Congress.
Secretary of State George Firestone said the announcement
was received in Tallahassee on a Certificate of Entitlement from
the Clerk of the U.S. House.
The certificate proclaims that "Florida shall be entitled in the
Ninety-Eighth Congress and in each Congress thereafter until a
subsequent reapportionment shall take effect under applicable
statute to nineteen representatives in the House of Represent-
atives of the Congress of the United States."
Florida now has 15 representatives in Congress.
Ben Giller has been elected president of the seacoast Towers
East Men's Club. Giller. who has been a resident of Miami
Beach for the past 69 (correct! years, noved to the city three
years liefore it was incorporated.
Judy Stanton, director of public relations. Mount Sinai
Medical Center of Greater Miami, has been accredited by the
Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
Mrs. Stanton, a resident of North Miami Beach, has been PR
director at Mount Sinai for five years.
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The State of Israel Bonds Organization and the State of Israel
presented the New Life awards at a tribute dinner held on
Miami Beach, recognizing several individuals who survived the
Holocaust and made a new life in the United States,
distinguishing themselves in various areas of Jewish communal
and civic work, (upper left) The Yad Vashem New Life Award
was presented by Lilly Meier by chairman of the dinner Robert
Russell (upper right) Judge Herbert Shapiro (left) presents the
New Life Award to Leo Martin (lower left) Bina Ockman (left)
receives the New Life Award from Gisela Gutter, a former
recipient (lower right) Ricki Igra (right) receives the New Life
Award from Oscar Minski, president of the Cuban Hebrew
Israel Bonds campaign.
Lebediker Branch
CJA-IEF Benefit"-
The Lebediker Branch of the
Farband Labor Zionist Alliance
will hold a meeting to benefit the
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Kmergency Fund on Sat-
urday. March 14. at 6:30 p.m. at
the Washington Federal Bank.
123-1 Washington Ave.
According to Joseph P. Zuck-
erman. branch president, trans-
portation will be provided for
those unable to attend the meet-
ing on their own. Purim refresh-
ments will be served.
Dri Harry Graff
makes the difference.
Because he has given sr
generously in terms of hoth
money and tune, he makes the
rence between an elderly
person in our community
being alone Or being loved
Tou. Tou are the difference.
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
1981 Combined
Jewish. Appeal-
Israel Emergency
Fund a#^t
4200 Biscayne Blvd ^ *
Miami 33137
Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Rabinovitch of No. Miami
Beach, caught the eye of the
cameraman on The Lido of the
cruise ship, "S.S. Doric", just
before sailing aboard Home
Lines 25,000 ton luxury liner
on a winter's holiday cruise
throught the warm waters of
the Caribbean, while visiting
the sun filled islands of the
West Indies.
Musical Revue
The Workmen's Circle is pre-
senting a musical revue, "Gut
Yom-Tov, Yidn" on Tuesday at
the Miami Beach High School
Auditorium. Curtain time is 7
p.m.
The cast of the Yiddish musical
features Ari Fuhrman, Chayele
Ash, Abraham Fuhrman, Edith
Kesilman and singer Leah
Shinderovsky from the Soviet
Union.
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Country Setting Local Transportation.
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Leonardo will prepare
your favorite dishes and
Vivian will sing your favorite songs and you'll sing
the praises of .. .
Vhneo Lloyd
Leonardo's
Italian Cuisine in ttist oM mansion on the comer
Dr. Sandier To Speak On The Middle East'
"The Middle Fast Crisis" is
i hi- topic chosen by Or. Robert
Sandier when he addresses the
next education meeting of the
Florida Friends of Dropsie Uni-
versity, on Thursday. 12 noon, in
ihe Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1132 Kane Con
course
Dr. Sandier is a professor at
the University of Miami, where
he teaches courses in American
and Jewish literature, and the
Bible. His articles have appeared
in the Jewish Spectator, the
Jewish Digest, the Jewish Post
and Opinion. the Jewish
Floridian, and other periodicals
The meeting will l>e chaired by
Mr-- Alrod A. Barison. of the
presidium of the Florida Friends
oi Dropsie University.
Marvin Kalb, At Emanu-El
Marvin Kalb. chief diplomatic
correspondent of NBC television
network, will speak Wednesday,
at 8 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El of
(ireater Miami. Tickets for the
event are available at the temple.
Ron Wayne is chairman and
Edward Weiner is co-chairman of
the Wednesday Night Forum
series committee. Events are co-
ordinated by Dr. Irving Lehr-
TEEN TOURS 1981
Western Odyssey presents:
Western Europe June 28-July 27;
Grand Tour National Parks
Western USA and Canada June
27-July 29; Backpacking Grand
Tetons and Yellowstone July
29-August 23. For information
call 404-926-4096 or write 1050
Little Victoria Rd. Woodstock.
GA 30188. Excellent references!
man. rabbi o! Temple Emanu-El.
Carol Greenberg, president of
the congregation, heads a patron
of the arts committee which
underwrites much of the cost of
the series
The series concludes April 8
with a talk by Dr. Joyce
Brothers, nationally renowned
psychologist.
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*Je*Ht> n f i, tl
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Public Notice
tIRCUITCOURT OF
/ENTH JUDICIAL
|IT INANDFOK
)UNTY FLORIDA
ILY DIVISION
|s. No.81 U*
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Petll.......I
,ii Marriage wiu>
I 'miii I .mil mail
Petitioner's Attorney
GALLUP, -'35S
i. -; Coral Qablea,
| i .m or before
hi else Petition will
rjnfesssd
I of March, li"-1
|ti>>' BRINKER
k i'iicull Court
| \i \ Hewett
eputv Clerk
i'i. 18,20. 27. 1981
FTCE UNDER
lOUS NAME LAW
is HEREBY
at UM undersigned.
I engage in business
in-iiiious name of
Igreen asso
2039-88 NW 167th
inn. Florida. Intend
[said names with the
lie Circuit Court of
. Florida
J Ureen.
:i into rest
S Uordin and
in ilin. his wife.
l-'A inlere.st
jlin I >ranoff and
Katte Dranoff,
e. a 16 inleres!
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[7 Pom e de Leon
Is. Florida 33184
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IRCUIT COURT
IFOR
JftTY, FLORIDA
TE DIVISION
riber 81 1486
Vision 01
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BTRATION
|Rso\S HAVING
lit DEMANDS
[Tin: ABOVE
I) ALU OTHER
fTE rested in
P-JEREKY NOTI
administration
of MARY B
Id.', eased. File
1 pending in
Mir! for I lade
kruia Probate
ddress of v. inch
riagler Street,
83180. The
bentatlve of ihe
I.EONARD S.
address 1-
|l)me Orlando.
I Tlie name and
1 Ihe personal
Fa attorne) are
|a\ in); claims or
at the eatate are
HUN THREE
>M IIIK DATE
FIRST
OF THIS
1 w ith the clerk
(01111 a written
lam claim or
pu\ have Bach
(in writing and
basis for the
(amiaddress of
his agent or
the amount
Claim is not yet
I when It will
I be stated. If
|ioiilingent or
1 nature of the
III be stated If
^secured, the
iles, ribed.
shall deliver
|pf the claim to
"Be the clerk to
[each personal
rrested In the
a ropy of this
ilstratlon has
re required,
IE MONTHS
iTE OF THE
iation OF
to file any
Bay have that
Slidlty of the
will. the
the personal
r the venue or
-jurt.
M. DEMANDS,
'NS NOT SO
FOREVER
publication
! Notice of
fMarch 6, 1981.
-J.KESSLER
tpresentatlve
^iLittMif
^fasSLER
Deceased
PERSONAL
BVE:
BOP
I
, Suite 512
onda.13138
il 53B-7575
, 18.J.W1

ne due
fafaiiH
estate la wi
Nolle,
liven ana]
-
PM THE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITOUS NAME LOW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
1 ;i\ EN Id it Urn ,i
1
ittous name 107
WHOLESALE al 207 \ E
Ireel Miami Florida Intendi
lei said name ith the
Clerk ii the Clri ull 1 lourt 01
DadeCount> i 1 M.i
207 GIFMART, INC
Ii. JAIMEGIVNER
President
HARN EY I) FRIEDM \N
Attul 11,". lOI
207 W HOLESALE
086 H \l.11 6. 13. 20. 27. 19h
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.tl 33*7 FC
IN KK The marriage of
TERRI R WELLS,
Petitioner Wife
VI
JAMES R WELLS,
Reap) mile nt Husband
TO JAMES R. WEI.IJ5
I Iratlquarters A
Company fith
Hattalinn ost IT
A6I
:t7:i 70-8178
Fl Qordon, Qeorcte 80808
YOU JAMBS It WELLS are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for
I HaaoluUon of Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mall
a copy to Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2355
Sal/.eilo Street. Coral Gables.
Florida 38184. on or before
April 3, 198] else Petition will
in- uiiten as confessed
This 3 day Of March, 1IW1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk 1 'in ini Court
li> M A Hewett
Deputy Clerk
Mai ;. 13, 30 27 IMS I
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 1873
Division 03
l\ RE ESTATE OF
i MIR IA T LONI .
I mm eased
NOTICE OF
VDMINISTRATION
I" ALL PERSONS HAN ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
VCiAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE \M' M.I, OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIKD that the admimatratlon
01 111, estate ol OLORIA T
i.oNi; deceased File Number
hi lh73. Is pending 111 the ('11
iuii Court for Daiie County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
addiess ol which is 73 \\
Klugler SI Miami Fla 83180
The personal representative ol
the ..-late is WILLIAM M
tayi.oi: whose address Is608
v ei muni Ave I toytona Bea< h,
Flu 33018 The name and
addles- Ol the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST
I'I B LI CAT ION OF THIS
Ni ITICE, to file with lite clerk
"I Hie above courl a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Bach
1 I.inn must be 111 writing and
must indicate the basis for the
claim the name and address of
Ihe 1 reditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due. the dale when It will
become due shall be stated. If
the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If
Ihe claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration: March 6. 1981
William M Taylor
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
GLORIA T LONG
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
B Hi.AIR ROSS. PA.
1407 N.W 7th St.
Miami. Florida 33125
Telephone: 13001 842 0722
ovum March 6. 13. 1081
BarMitzvah
STEVEN HOLTZ
Steven I. BOD ol Mr and Mrs.
Laurie Holt/., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday morn-
ing services at Temple Beth
Sholom on March 7,
The celebrant is a student in
Ihe confirmation class 5743.
BARRY SCHNEER
The Mar Mitzvah of Barry
Ashcr Schneer will be celebrated
during 10:45 a.m. services at
Temple Beth Sholom on
Saturday. March 7.
Son of Mrs. Constance Boy
and Jack Schneer, Barry is a stu-
dent in the confirmation class of
5742.
Fershko Concert
At Pinski Club
The Oneg Shabbat of the
Pinski Club is scheduled for
Saturday. 1 p.m., at the Ida
Fisher School Cafteria.
A special celebration will honor
I.. I.asavin on the occasion of his
recently published book. "A
Nixht on the Sea of Galilee," al
musical and literary program will
include concert-artists, Sara and
Chaim Fershko. Dr. Heshl Klep-
fish and Poet Chaim Leib Fuchs.
Refreshments served.
Meisels Appear At
Yivo Committee
Vivo committee of Miami
presents its weekly forum on
Wednesday. 1:30 p.m. at Temple
Beth Sholom.
Saul Meisels. Cantor and
concert artist, will offer "Jewish
Life in Song," with Ida Ruth
Meisels at the piano.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
LilYEN lhat the undersigned.
desiring to engage in bustnesi
under the fictitious name Scoop
at L'111 SotolM) Prado. Coral
1 iablea, Florida :cii56 intends to
register aald name with the
L'lerh ui the Circuit Court of
1 wde County, Florida
THE NEW WORD, INC.
a Fla corp.
CYI'EN* NEVINS
Attorney for
The New Wind. Inc.
*28 Al tliui Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
UB621 Mar 13.20.27. 10M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
liiVKN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage m buaUMH
under the fictitious name
JOANNE COLLECTION
NUMBER 3 at 130 S E First
Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrucit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
S31GIFMART. INC.
By: JAIMEGIVNER.
President
008IS Mar 6, 13. 20.27.1081
NOTICE TO APPEAR
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADED COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. 81-3310
OLEN COLE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL PEREZ, a single man.
etal.
Defendants
TO: PAUL PEREZ
Residence UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that suit for foreclosure
of a Mortgage has been filed
against you In the above-styled
Court by GLEN COLE, aa
Plaintiff, against you as
Defendant, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or other pleadings with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Dade County Courthouse. 73
West Flagler Street, Miami.
Florida 33130, and to serve a
copy of the same upon
KMANUEL SPONDER. ESQ.
Attorney for PlalnUff, 600
Mn-amar Parkway, Mlramar.
Florida 33023. on or before the 4
day of April. 1081. Your failure
to do so will result in a Default
being taken against you for the
relief demanded In the
Petition-Complaint.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County, Florida, this 28 day of
February 1081. RICHARD
BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit In and for
Dade County. Florida
By: M. Ertce DC.
MM Mar 8, IS. 20. 27.1081
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Pekude
PKKX'DE These are the accounts of the Tabernacle, even
the Tabernacle of the testimony, as they were rendered accord-
ing to the commandment of Moses, through the service of the
l.e\ He-, by the hand of Ithanar. the son of Aaron the priest."
[Exodus 38:21). "All the gold that was used for the work
was twenty and nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty
shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary. And the silver of them
that were numbered of the congregation, was a hundred talents,
and a thousand seven hundred and three-score and fifteen
shekels (Exodus 38:24-25). "And of the blue, and of purple,
and starlet, they made plaited garments, for ministering in the
holy place." (Exodus 39:11).
With the conclusion of the Tabernacle, Moses blessed the
children of Israel.
On the first day of the first month in the second year since the
departure of the children of Israel from Egypt the Tabernacle
was set up. A cloud covered it and the glory of God filled the
Tabernacle. When the cloud rose, the children of Israel con-
tinued on their journey through the desert toward the Promised
Land.
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage." edited by P. Wol'man-
Tsamir, Sis, published by Shengold. The volume Is available at 75 Maiden
.Lane, New York, N.Y. 10038. Joseph Schlang is president of the society
i distributing the volume.)
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Aloern Conservative
Friday night service 8:15 p.m.
March 6. Family Sabbath, choir
participation
Sun., March 8. Torah fund lun-
cheon honoring Alice Holtzman,
12:30 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL (1701 Washington
TEMPLE BETH AM Or. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Or. Baumgard
S. Miami 667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Stuart G. Weinblatt. Associate Rabbi
Morton Hoffman, Associate Rabbi
I Family Worship Set., Frl., 7:30
p.m.
Rabbi Weinblatt will speak on
"The Jazz Singer."
Singles Sabbath serv.. Frl., 9:30
a.m. Torah Service Saturday
9:15and 11:15a.m.
Synagogue!
Listings|
CandlelightinK Time
6:07
,30Adar 1 5741
B
Avenue .Conservative
538-2503
\ Or. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Late Friday service 8 p.m.
1
Dr. Lehrman will preach on 1
"Choosing Priorities."
Saturday morning service 9 a.m.
Sermon 10:30
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Or. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 854-3911 Dally Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Fri. 8 p.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAM
Miami's Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th Street, Miami, 573-5900
9990 North Kendall Drive, 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor: Jacob G. Bornstein
Administrator: Raymond Chait
Frl., 8 p.m. Rabbi Haskell M.
Bernat will discuss "Religion as
art, theater, and recreation or '
Temple the best show In town?"
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional Miami, Fla.
Rabbi Max Shapiro 858-6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Bedin Executive Secretary
Daily Mlnvon for Yahrzelten
Dally 7:45 a.m. It 8.-00 p.m.
Saturday service 8:45 a.m.
Late Friday eve service 8:15 p.m. '
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "A
reduction In taxes."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. & 41 st St. 538-7231
Or. Leon Kronlsh, Rabbi Liberal
Cantor David Convlser
Sabbath service 8:15 p.m. 1
MGuest speaker Dr. Samuel Plsar
will discuss "The Uprising of
Neo-Nazlsm."
ITEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz
Cantor Moshe Buryn
Friday services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
9ETH TORAH 947-7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Jr. Max A. Lipschitz. Rabbi
)antor Zvee Aroni
1
, Friday eve. service at 8 p.m.
Set. afternoon, March 7, Bar
Mitzvah of Lance Doyle.
CONGREGATION
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8460 SW 154 Circle Court #111
Miami, Fla. Modem Orthodox
Rabbi Warren Kasztl 382-0896
Sabbath Services 9:30 a.m.
Adult Education Wed. 6 p.m
t
TAkBrWCALTs^SciATlON
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff
Executive Vice President
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 578-4000
abbjnica^ssoctatlonf[lc^
"TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gabies 667-5657
Michael B. Elsenstat, Rabbi
.Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m.
Guest speaker Dr. Fed Wltkoff
will present "A taste of Jewish
poetry."
^
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsiey, 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
I Bat Mitzvah ol Melissa Fields.

'TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 271-2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Ben Dlckson, Cantor
Frl., Mar. 8, 8:15 p.m. Family '
Sabbath Service.
Sat.. Mar. 7,9 a.m. Sabbath Sec-,
vice. (
Pre-Rsglstratlon-naugtous Schools. All grades
kindergarten thru confirmation
"f
nIITOK
TJNTTED SYNAGOGUE -< '
OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
Fla. 33162 947-8094. Rabbi David B
Saltzman, executive director
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Flagler St., Miami, Fla. 33131
379-4553. Rabbi Lewis L. Bog age.
Director, Union of American
Hebrew Congregation.


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*Jenisi> flcridlian
rrui.iy, March 6. 1981
Pajre 1B-B
* jagg st fhrkUar
Fridav. March 6. 19H1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
,.VKN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the (Irtitious name NEW
' MTO KEPURS at
. \v\ : w. Miami, >'la
rid to reglstei said name
rk ul me Circuit
i ,.ii' i : Ida i tounty, Fionda
New Plm Auto Sales Inc
tiy LulsB Ueruiuia. Pit!
OH620 13 20. 27. 19M
i)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
\| N mat the undersigned.
desiring to I'ni'.ift' in business
lei the firtitious names ot
Allapattah Economic Develop-
ment Program Allapattah Re-
ilevelopmeiil Agency, Eco-
nomic Development Program
of Allapattah, Allapattah Eco-
nomic Redevelopment
Authority. andAllapattah Mer-
chants Redevelopment Agency
at 1454 NW 17 Avenue in the
City of Miami Florida, intends
to register the said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
UadeCounty. Florida
Dated at Miami Florida, this
Mh day of February, IBM
Allapattah Merchants
Association. Inc .
Florida Corporation
By. Joseph E. Pogue.
President
Arthur W Karllrk
1454 NW 17 Ave..
Miami. Fla. 33125
119561 Feb 20. 27.
March 8. 13. 1881
NOTICE UNDER .
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i IVEN that the undersigned. |
Desiring to engage In business ,
under the fictitious name of.
SOUTHERN VAlUE at 1361 63 '
NW 74 Street, in the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Countv Administrator. Depart-
ment ot Finance. Division of
Recording of Dade County.
Florida
Dated at Hallandale.
Florida, this 3rd day of Febru
ary.lMl.
SOUTHERN VALUE I
FITTINGS, INC
By Felix Bymel. President
Jeffrey A. Kern. Esquire
Attorney for Applicant
2500 E. Hallandale Beach
Blvd No 800
Hallandale. Fla. 33008
118562 Feb 20.27.
March6. 13. 1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. (l 1816 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
SUITE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ANIBAL ANTONIO
PAREDES. JR
Petitioner
and
COLUMBIA BARRERAS
PAREDES
Respondent
TO: COLUMBIA BARRERAS
PAREDES
San Indaleclo 183. Apt 4
E Aguadulce y Seraf ines
t_ ei rtJ. HXbana. Cuba
YOU COLUMBIA
BARRERAS PAREDES. are
hereby notified to file your
Answer or other pleading with
the court's clerk and mail a
copy ol same to DANIEL M
KEIL. ESQ 3166 West 4th
Avenue. Hialeah. Florida
.13012. on or before the 13 day of
March. 1981 else Default shall
be entered against you
DATED ihis 6 day of
FeDruary. .**l
RICHARD P BRINKER
dork circuit Court
By C.P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
DANIEL M KEIL ESU
Attorney for Petitioner j
3165 West 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida 33012
0854* Feb 13.20.27:1
March 6.1881'.
NOTfcrtmoeie
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
TARAWAY at P O Box 611175
North Miami. Fla. 33161 In-
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County Florida.
ALGO. INC
AIDA STOCKING, Pres.
08652 Feb 13,20.27;
March 6. 1881
, NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Montoto Interior* at number
10868 S W 40th St., Miami,
Fla.. intend* to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Da* County.
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
30 day of January. 1M1.
10861 Bird Road. Inc.
By Enrique Montolo, Pre*.
Sanrord H. Kramer. P.A.
Attorney for Applicant
24*9 S Bay shore Dr.
UIU99F
Miami Fnv 86186
OMMO
Feb. 11.20.37
March 6.1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 11-2133 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION '
OF MARRIAGE
IN R E The marriage of
GLENDA B JOHNSON
Petitioner-Wife
and
DAV IDA JOHNSON
Respondent-Husband
To MR DAVID A. JOHNSON
Raieigh State Prison
Raieigh North Carolina
\ "I ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnane has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. lo
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 NW 167 St .
Suite 216. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above stvled court on or
before March 20. 1881.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
painl or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 12 day of
February. 1881. RICHARD P
BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By C.P. Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
09671 Feb 20. 24;
March 6.13. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring lo engage in business
under the fictitious name THE
SURNAME SOCIETY at 825
Cremona Ave., Coral Gables.
Fla 33146 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Clruclt Court of Dade County
Florida
ALANOSTER
08650 Feb 13.20. 27.
March 6 1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 81 2I FC
IN HE THE MARRIAGE OF
OLUAG RO\ IRA
loner
and
|| \\ RO>
.ueril
ri i ,;i an ri )\ ntA
Barer ona -
SPAIN
NOTICE OF
''! B1.1CA ["ION
VOI \kk HEREBY NOT!
FIED thai .i Petition For
luMon 'i Marriage has
been filed agalnsl you and
\>u are required to serve .
', up) ol dui Inswer
. sdtng ..- said petition mi
pet it lone r s attorne)
GEORGE r RAM \ NI
Esy Suite "l l Bls< .i^ ne
Building ;: West Flagler
Street, Miami Florida HIM
and file the Original Answer
or Pleading in the Office of
the Circuit Court Clark, on or
belore .'T da) ol March. 1881
]! \ on fall to do o. judgment
by default will he taken
against von lor the relief
demanded in said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County.,
Florida, this 24 day of
February. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
CJrcutt Court Clerk
Dade County, Florida
IK S A HARNER
i leputy Clerk
U85W> Feb 27;
March a is 30 isn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name The
Wonderful World of Business at
7210 Red Road Suite No 202
South Miami Florida 33143
Phone 666-8515. intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Victor Logan
sole owner
08576 Feb 20. 27 .
lil MB
-*mta
---------MoTlCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names of
Hi CHOICE PET FOOD. (2'
CHOICE PET SUPPLIES, at
16705 NE 18 Avenue. North
Miami. Florida intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
A F S. ENTERPRISES. INC
By Allen F Srotto.
President-Secretary
Javitsfc Karp
David A Karp
Attorneys for
A.F S Enterprises. Inc
3550 Biscayne Blvd Suite 504
Miami. Florida 33137
13061576-6525
09573 Feb 20.27;
March K 13 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Gomez Investors at 10427 S W
23rd St Miami. Fla. 33185
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Eduardo's Trust I
Eduardo's Trust II
Eduardo's Trust III
Eduardo's Trust IV
Eduardo's Trust V
Eduardo's Trust VI
Orlando's Trust I
Orlando's Trust II
Orlando's Trust III
Orlando's Trust Iv
Orlando's Trust V
Orlando's Trust VI
Packman, NeuwahlA
Rosenberg
Attorneys for
Gomes Investors
08542 Feb. 13, 30.37;
March 6,1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engate in business
under the fictitious name
NARBE MEN8WEAR at 3837
NW 7th St., Miami. Fla 33126
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
NARCISO YUAN IS
736 13th St Apt 113
Miami Beach. Fla 38189
09732 Feb 13.20, 27.
March 8,19U
09641
Feb IB. 20.27;
AD
AD-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Family Division
Case No i 211? FC
IN HE The marriage of
VILMA LOWE ADDERLEY
Petitioner-Wife
and
PATRICK JAMES
DERI.KY
Respondent Husband
TO PATRICK JAMES
DERLEY
i Resideni e Address
Unknown>
N i >TICE OF
PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED I hill a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been tiled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney. GEORGE T
RAMAN!. 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 20th day of
March. 1881 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 12th dav of February 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
BvA.D Wade
Deputy Clerk
09569 Feb. 30.27.
March 6, i.. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 80-6*s-FC 12
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The marriage of
SALLlE H (SEEDER
loner
nil
IOHNNY 0 OEEDER
itespondent
;-i i IOHNNY o GEEDER
1242PvrlteCl .
Atlanta. Ga .10331
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for illssuiullon ot
marriage has been Hied
against vou and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any, on B
J LEVY ESQ.. Attorney for
Petitioner. 633 NE 167 St.
North Miami Beach. Florida
33163 on or before April 3. 1981,
and file the original with the
clerk of this court, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you
DATED this 27th day of
February. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
byK Seifried
As Deputy Clerk
09610 Mar 6. 13.20.27.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
PREMIERE PRODUCTIONS
at 332 NE 166 Street. No.
Miami. Florida 33163 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Oscar J Lord
Maria A I.lord
333 NE 166 Street
No. Miami. Fla 33163
Tel: 847 4708
09675 Feb. 30, 37;
March* 13 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Gomez Planners and
Developers at 104iT B W .'3rd
St., Miami. Fla 38166, intends
to register said name with the
Clark 't the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
i'duardo s Trust 1
Eduardo s Trust II
Eduardo s Tnisl III
Eduardo's Trust IV
iardo's Trust V
Eduardo's Trust VI
Orlando's Trust I
. i-iandos Trust 11
Orlando s Trust III
'riando s Trust IV
Orlando's Trust VI
Packman. Neuwahi I
-v Rosenberg
Attorneys for
Gomel Planners
and De\eiopers
09541 Feb 13 30. 27.
March* 1881
---------IIoTIc'e'OF' ACTION-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No II JO0CF
IN RE Themarnageol
ENRIyl EM /.ENUERMAN
Petitioner Plamlilf
vs
MAGDALIAT FERNANDEZ
ZENDERMAN,
Respondent W lie
TO MAGDALIA T FER
NANDEZ
/.ENUERMAN
Residence i nknown
VOI ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that :i Petition for
lolutlon of Marriage has
been filed against \ 0U, and that
you are required 10 serve a
up) ol your response or
pleading lo the Petition upon
Petitioner I tt orneys
NKIWIKTH NEIWIRTH.
located .it mo East Flagler
Street Suite 1038, Miami.
Florida. 33181, 13061 :i74 2606.
on or before the 3 day ol April.
1881 and I ile i he ungtnal
response or pleading in the
Office oi the Clerk ,,t the Circuit
Court by same date if vou tan
to do so, a default judgment
will be taken against vou for
the relief memanded in the
I 'etition
DATED .it Miami Dade
Countv Florida, this 27 day of
February, i98i
RICHARDP DRINKER
Clerk
By c P Copeiand D C
Neiwirth < Neiwirth
Attorney tor Petitioner
169E Flagler Street
Suite 1038
Miami. Florida 88181
305 p 3 7 4 2 606
09611 Mar t i:i 20 27.1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.8i 29io FC
IN-RE Themarnageol
WALTER HUGHES
Petitioner Husband
v i
HILDA HUGHES
Respondent W ife
TO HILDA HUGHES
1088 Adams Avenue
Franklin Square
Nassau County, N Y
YOI HILDA HUGHES are
Hereby notified to file .our
answer to this Petition tor
Dissolution ot Marriage with
the Clerk ol the Court and mail
,i i upv to Petitioner s Attume\
I iNIEL GALLUP 2355
Saltedo street Coral Gables.
Florida 131.4 on or before
Man II IS 1881 else Petition will
Oe laken as contested
This 38 (U) of February
-
RICHARD P BRINKER
i 'lerK Circuit Court
By Clartnda Brown
I leputv Clerk
i*iM Mar 6 13.20 27.1981
HWt Circuit1 dftURTO*
ELEVENTH JUDCIIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CjseNo II 1114 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
GLADYS MORTIMER
Wife-Petitioner
vs
MAITLAND MORTIMER
Husband-Respondent
TO: MAITLAND MORTIMER
1796 Nostrand Avenue
Apt. 2B
Brooklyn, New York 11226
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Wife-Petitioner.
attorney DONALD F FROST
ESQ. 26 S.W 6th St Miami
Florida. 33130. and file the
original with the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 13th day of March.
1981, or the allegations will
taken as confessed against you.
and a Default wUI be entered.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this 6th day of
February, 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
By. A. D. Wade
as Deputy Clerk
09546 Feb. 18.30.37;
Marchfl 1961
;
IN THE Cl RCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 14296 FC 27
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
In Re The IMarnage of
CHRISTIANNA PIERRE
I.OI 18
Petitioner
and
ST AMAND PIERRE LOI IS
Respondent
TO: ST AMAND PIERRE
LOUIS
Residence Unknown
-,OI ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED THAT A Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against vou and
you are hereby required to
serve a copy ol your answer or
other pleading to the Petition
on the Petitioner s Attorney.
LESTER ROGERS whose
address is 1454 NW 17 Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file
the original with the Clerk ol
the above styled Court on or
before this 13th day ot March.
1981. or a Default will be en-
tered against you
DATED this 5th day of
February. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByK Seifried
Deputv Clerk
(6)343 Feb 13.30.27:
March6. 1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 81 1973 F EC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
LEONARDO COMAS
Petltlone r- Husband
and
FAU8TINAOOMA8
Respondent-Wife
TO MRS FAUSTINEA
COMAS
Residence Unknown
yOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. It any. to It on
FRANK W ZAREMBA.
E8QUIRB, Petitioners
Mtorney. whose address Is 9801
Sunset Drive Miami Florida
.13173. on or before March 13.
19M. and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either
before service- on Petitioner s
Attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for
the relief demanded in the
Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on Feb 10. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
(B556 Feb 13.30.27.
March6, 1981
NCJTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY) INTHE
CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. IU201S
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Themarnageol
RICARDOARMENTA
Petit loner-Husband
and
ANA ARME.NT A
Respondent Wife
TO ANAARME.NTA
500 West 171 Street
New \ ork. New York
VOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an actior tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against vou and you
are required to serve a copy ot
vour written ilefenses. if ans. lo
it on Harvey D Friedman, at-
torney for Petitioner wnose
address is 430 Lincoln Road.
Suite 392. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 13. 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on lthis Feb 10.1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw. Jr.
As Depaty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
Harvey D Friedman. Esq
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
09565 Feb. 13, 30.27;
March 6.1981.
---------HoTICIUnBIr
fictitious name law
Notice Is hereby given that,
the undersigned, desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious name of'
AMERICAWIDE SEGURO at
613 NW 13 AVE.. MIAMI.
FLORIDA 33136 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court oft
Dade County, Florida.
AMERICA WIDE
INSURANCE INC.
(19607 Mar. 6, 13.30. 27 1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANOFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 61-2011 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ORLANDO SANABRIA
Petitioner Husband
and
LUCY SANABRIA
Respondent Wife
TO: LUCY SANABRIA
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has teen tiled
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if anv. to It on
Frank W /.aremba Esquire,
Petitioner's Attorney whone
address is Lieberman. Ben-
jamin and Associates. PA .
9801 Sunset Drive. Miami.
Florida 33173 on or before
March 13. IBM and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Petitioner's Attorney or im-
mediately thereafter other-
wise a default will be entered
against >ou lor the relief
demanded in the Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on February 10th
1HM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk ot the Circuit Court
Bj N A Hewet*
I leputv Clerk
119554 Feb 13. 20. 27.
March 6. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 61-1613 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
AMPARO JARAMILLO DE
HE.-TREPO
and
JOSEJOAQUIN
TO JOSEJOAyi IN
Calle 42 a 6*
Medellm Cnlumla
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against vou and you
are required to serve a copy of
\ our written defenses if any. to
it on HARVEY D FRIED
MAN attorney lor Petitioner
whose address is 420 Lincoln
Road Suite 392. Miami
Beach. Florida. 33139 and file
the original with the clerk of
the above stvled court on or
before March 8. 1881. other
A.'-e a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall he
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of said court at Miami.
Flondaon this Feb 6 1981
RICHARI I HKINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
I'ade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal I
Harvev D Friedman, Esq
420 Lincoln Road Suite 392
Miami Beat h Flonda33139
Attorney tor I etitioner
09544 Eeh 18,8087:
March 6 19KI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OAOECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 61-1127
Divmonu3
IN P.E EST \TE(iF
, I OLA I'AKH
I lereasi il
NOTICE OF
VDMINISTRATION
Tin- administration ol the
esUle oi viola PARR,
deceased File Number 81 137
i- pending in the circuit Court
tor Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division ttie address
ol which i- t3 W Flagler St
Miami Fla 38130 The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the per
sona.1 representative's attorney
are set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
W I THIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
i2i 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 OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 6, 1981
Personal Representative:
YVONNE WALL
14510 8 W. 66th Ave .
Miami. Fla. 33168
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
KURT WELLISCH. ESQ.,
Welllsch MeUger. PA.
161 Almena Ave..
Suite 200 E
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Telephone .3061 446-7964
09613 March 6, 13. 1981
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in business
Bj name ni
IDS a* PAUL
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tu "i Miami
1 i eglster the
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lade County,
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81-2086 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
LUIS ENRIQUE JIMENEZ
\ ARCS AS
Petitioner
and
v \Mll.K JIMENEZ
Respondent
TO: YAMII.K JIMENEZ
Residence unknown
YOl ARE IIKKKHY NOTI
ill: Ii 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 BENNETT I) FLT.TZ,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 619 S.W. 12th Ave ,
Miami. Fla., and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 13. 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
secutlve weeks In THK
JEWISH FU)R1DIAN
WITNKSS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 11 day of Feb.,
19X1
RICHARD HRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N.A. Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
08564 Feb. 20,27;
March 6. 13. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81 7886 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK Marriage ol
Miciiki.inkcoi.o
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INTHE CIRCUITCCuKl Oi-
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 81 1734 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
in RE iiic marriage of
i' IRMEN HAKIM Kll
Petitioner w ii>-
\ 8
Si H.i >MON BAROI KM
Respondent Husband
Ii i SOLOMON RAROI Kll
3B6Rugb) Kil
Brooklyn, N Y 11226
YOl SOLOMON BAROI KM
are hei eb) notified to file your
anwer to this Petition for
Dlsaolutlon of Marriage with
me Clerk oi the Court ami mail
a cop) to Petitioner's Attomy
I \niei. 0ALU I' 2388
Balzedo Street Coral Gables
Florida 33184, on or before
March l.i. 1981 alae Petition will
he taken as confessed,
This Keli ,'i. 1981
Kn hard I' Rrinker
Clerk Cir. nit Court
B) S a Banter
Deputy Clerk
09536 Fab 13.20,27;
March6, i9si
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name ol
SECOND HAND ROSK at 15400
NE 2nd Ave, North Miami.
Fla. 33162 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
MS WINNIE KINSEY
OWNER
15400 N E 2nd Ave
North Miami. Fla 33162
Attorney for
SECOND HAND ROSE
Edwin A Wlllinger
1885 Drexel Aye.,
Miami Beach. Fla.
MM! Feb. IS, 20.27;
NOIICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
REAL PROPERTY
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81 2025
JOSE BENZAQUBNand
ADINa BENAQUEN his wife
Plaintiff*
vs
To Ki BENCHOCRON
lib Santa Kns.i I v lama
, Res Isle de Margarlte
Callei' Apt. loo
Caracas, venesuela
AVE DA PRAT de
CHOCRON
I rb. Santa Rosa de Lima
Res Isle de Margarita
CalleC, Apt. loo
Caracas. Benezuela
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
i-i Kn 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 MYRON B HERMAN,
ESO. attorney for I'etltloner,
whose address is I'D Box 1113.
NMB. Fia 33160. 932-7222.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before March 13, 1981;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in the Jewish
florldi.in
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 5th day of
February. 1981
This Notice applies to the
following real property located
I in Dade County. Florida:
I nit 809-C. According to the
Declaration of Condominium of
l'la/.a of the Americas. Part
III, a k-a tint 809. 17011 North
Bay Road, North Miami Beach.
Florida
RICHARDP HRINKKR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Country. Florida
by
\-1 leputy cierk
'Cm mi Court Seall
Myron R Herman. Ksq
I' O Box. 1113
\ M H l-l.i 33180
932 7222
Mtome) for Petitioner
iiiTiin Feb 18,10, J7;
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-----------NOTICE OF
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 1682 FTC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
M \KY II tMILTON MOORE
Petitioner-^ Ife
and
II RRY MOORE
Respondent -Husband
in JERRY MOORE,
Residence unknown (formerly
oi gum. v Florida l
YOl \KK HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action (or
Dissolution ol Marriage has
been iii.-.i against you and you
arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, II an) to
it on KKNNTH OFC-ANG,
attorney lor Petitioner, whose
address is ii West Flagler
Street, Ste 2424. Miami
Florida 33130, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
the l.i March. 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
se< uti\ w eeks in THK
JEWISH FLORID \
u ITNKSS my hand and the
-.-.ii oi said court al Miami.
Florida on the Feb 4 1981
RICHARD P HKINKKK
\. i "lei k en i int Court
i lade County, Floi Ida
Bj S \ Bai net
\ l leput) Clerk
'('n mi Court s.-al i
KENNETH OFUANG
ii West Flagler Street, ste

Miami Floi Ida 33130
.- 7070
Attorney for Petitioner
09838 Feb 13.20.27,
March ii. ltfM-1
NOTICE OF ACTION
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 81-2924 CF
in RE The marrtageol
I'llll.ll'H UALLUB.
Petltlonei Husband
CAROL BETH OALLUB
Respondent w Ife
TO CAROLBETH QALLUB
88 iii issom Drive
Clifton Park. N Y 12090
vni CAROL BETH
UALLI H are hereby notified to
iilc youi answer to this I'd it ion
for Dissolution ol Marriage
ilh the Clerk o( the Court and
mail a .ops to Petitioner's
Attorney DANB5L (1ALLUP,
'.i.v. Salsedo street. Coral
Cables. Florida, B1M, on or
before April :i. lKl else
Petition will be taken as con
leased
This 25th day of February.
1981
RICHARDP HRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By A 1). Wi..le
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 2080 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
AMELIA GARCIA TODD
Petitioner
.mil
CHARLESIRWIN TllHh
Respondent
TO CHARLES IRWIN TODD
Residence unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to'serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on Joseph W Malek. attorney
(or Petitioner, whose address is
350 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach,
Fla.. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 13,
1981; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FUIRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 11 day of Feb.,
1981
RICHARD P. BR1NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Joseph W Malek. Esq.
350 Lincoln Rd.. Suite 501
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
13051538-4431
Attorney for Petitioner
09565 Feb. 20. 27.
----------------------Martin, li.ia. MM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 81 2189 FC
IN KK The marriage of
DAVID JAMES
Petitioner-Husband
and
SHARON JAMES
Respondent-Wife
TO Mrs Sharon James
n'i South 8th Avenue
Mount Vemon.N V lossn
M HICK oh'
PI BLICATION
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that a Petition For
Dissolution oi Marriage has
Ib'.'h filed against you and you
.ir.- required to serve a copy ol
youi Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner's
attorney. George T Ramani.
Esq Suite 711, Biscayne
Building. 19 West Flagler
Street Miami. Florida 33130
and file the < Iriginal Answ .-i oi
Pleading in the office ol the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 20th da) .>i March. im
ii you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will he taken againsl
you tor the refllef demanded in
said petition
DONE AND ORDERED al
Miami Dade County Florida,
this l.'thd.u ot Kebruarv. 1981
RICHARD I' HRINKKR
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By v n Wade
Deputy Clerk
iwr.Tn Feb 20.27;
March 6, 13. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81 3047 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The man lage ol
M \Ni El. MARRERO,
Husband
..ml
.. VHKIELA MARINO
M VRRERO
dalle ; 16, No 1311
M.n i,iii,.n Hai ana
Cuba
YOl IRK HEREBY NOTI
FIKD Ihat an a. lion foi
Dissolution ol Marriage has
been filed againsl you and you
.ii required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses If any, to
it on ALBERT I.
CARR1CARTB, P A attorney
for I 'etitlOner. whose address is
Jim n W 7th Street Miami,
Florida 83126, and file the
original with the clerk o( the
above -t> led court on Of before
Vpril 3, 1981. otherwise a
default win be entered against
you loi the relief demanded In
the omplalnt or petition.
Tins notice shall in- published
nine each week for four con-
-.'iiilivc weeks In THE
: IKWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
peal ol said court at Miami,
Florida on this 27 day of
February, 19R1
RICHARD 1' BRINKKR
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit COUrt Seal i
VLBERT I, CARRICARTE.
P A
2491 N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
' 3061 848-7917
\ttorncy for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.80 8742 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN THK: The marriage ol
MARTHK BERQNIER
I'etltloner
and
JEAN CLAUDE BERQNIER
Respondent
TO JEAN CLAUDE
BERQNIER
Residence unknown
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defences, if any,
to It on BENNETT D FULTZ.
PA. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is 619 S W 12th
Ave.. Miami. Fla and file the
j original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 20. 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FI.ORID1 AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11th day of Feb..
1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K.Seifried
As Deputy Clerk
08688 Feb. 20.27.
March 6. 13,1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INRK The marriage of
DAPHNE HIBBERT,
Petitioner Wife
and
OSCAR HIBBERT.
I tespondent Husband
To OSCAR HIBBERT
I lawnie Park
Kingston, Jamaica
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIKD that an action for
Dissolution ot Marriage has
ii. .-ii filed against you and you
are i equlred to sen a i op) i il
youi written defenses, it any, to
II on HARVEY I) FRIED
\l \N KSy attorn.> for
Petitioner, whose address It
,..i Lincoln Road. Suite 392
Miami Reach Florida
.Hid ni.- iii.- original with the
i lerk oi Hie above styled court
......i before March' ;m 1981
utherwisi a default will be
entered ugalnsl you for the
lehel demanded m the trail
pi.mil or petition
Tins notiie shall he published
mi. c each week lor four ion
secutlve weeks in THK
IKWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ot said court al Miami.
I- loi ida on this 28 day ot
Fe In ua ii 198 1.
RICHARDP BRINKKR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I >ade County, Floi ida
By Willie Bradshaw It
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal.
II \RVKY D FRIEDMAN
120 Lincoln Road Suite 392
Miami Beach, Florida33139
Mtorney lor Petitioner
119803 Mar K. 13, 20, 27.1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 1348
Division 02
IN RE ESI \ ["EOF
K/.K \ \ FRANCO
IK.I
U.FRANCO
I lei ...-. .1
NOTICE OF
\l'MINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
(I.MMS OR DEMANDS
m;\inst THE ABOVE
ESTATE \Nl. \l.l. OTHER
I'KKSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE;
YOU ARK HEREBY NO
TIFIED that the administra-
tion ol the estate ol EZRA A.
FRANCO aka Al. FRANCO,
deceased. File Number 81-138K.
is pending In the Circuit Court
loi Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
ol which Is 7:i West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida The
personal representative of the
estate is Rosa Franco, whose
.i.l.li.ss is 821 44 Street.
Miami Beach, Florida The
name and address ol the
personal representative s
attorney are s.-i [brih below
Ml persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with Ihe clerk of the above
. ourl 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 Ihe creditor or
Ins agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
mil yet due. the dale when it
will become due shall be
slated If the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertainty shall
In stated II the claim is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
dellvei sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
i jerk In mail one copy to each
personal representative.
All persons Interested in the
estate to whom a copy ol this
Notice ol Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK 11 \TK < IF THE
I- IRST I'l BL1C \ I'll )N OF
THIS NOTICE to [tie an) ob
j.-. lions '.Ii \ may have that
challenge ihe validity oi the de
. client's will, the qualifications
ol tile personal representative
ot tin- venue in jurisdli lion of
in l
\l.l. ci. VIMS I >KM \N| is
\N|i OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
II VRREI'
I late "i in. iu.-i publication
..I this Notice ol Vlminis
nation Man i, 8, 1981
ROSU Flail. 0
\ Personal Representative
ot the Estate ol
EZRA A FR \NCn
aka
Al. FRANCO 1 leceaaed
VTTORNBY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE I KCK
M HASH. KSO.
1211 Lincoln Road. Ste233
Miami Reach. Florida33139
Te'ephone 13051 873 106!
IMJ8KI Man h8 13 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civic Action No.81 -2920 FC
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The inn rlage of
\ni iREACEPEDA
l 'etitloner,
ami
JOSE CEPEI >A,
l tespondent
In JOSECEPEDA
, o\ Ictor m.i.i.-i a
Called No. 19
Kl Desperlai
SANTIAGO,
RE PI BLICA
DOMINICAN A.
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It.
on CARLOS M MENDEZ, Eaq
Attorney tor Petitioner, whose
address is 2886 W. 4th Avenue.
Ill M.KAII. Florida. 33012, and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
April :<". 1981, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in
the complaint or petition
Tills notice shall be published
once each week, for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH Fl.ORlDIAN. MIAMI
BEACH
WITNESS my hand and the
s.al ol said Court at Miami,
Flotilla on this 25 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 lade County. Florida
B\ M.J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,
INANDFOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action No.81 2921 FC
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTIO^
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The marriage"i
MKRCKDARIOAR M ,'iN
Peliti
ami
', o\ \\ \i; v ION
i lespondenl
I'i i YOVANI \K M !i in
Carrera36No
CALL
i 'olombia
YOl VRE HEREBY NOTI
FIKD that a Petition loi
Dissolution ol youi Marriage
has been filed and i ommenced
in this Coin t and you are
required to ser^.-.. copy of your
written defenses m .m\. lo it.
on CAKI.os M MENDEZ
KSO. attorney for P< tltiolK i
whos. address is 2988 W 4th
(venue, Hlaleah, Florida.
33012, ami file the original with
thi- clerk of Ihe styled court on
or before April -t. m*i.
otherwise a default will be
entered againsl you for the
relict prayed for In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH Fl.ORlDIAN, MIAMI
BEACH
WITNKSS my hand and the
eal ot said court at Miami.
Florida on this 25 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARDP HRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seall
CAKI.OSM MENDEZ. ESQ.
2985 W. 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florlda-33012
Attorney for Petitioner


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kni\trkridian
Friday. March 6, 1981
Public Noticei
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 81-2488 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THK MARRIAGE OF:
GLADYS DANIELS.
I vt it loner
anil
ASHI.KY DANIKI.S.
Respondent
TO ASHI.KY DANIELS
Whose Ailill ess and
Residence is Cnknown
Viil ARE HEREBY NOTI I
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution f Marriage has
been tiled against you and you'
are required to serve a copy of
\oui written defenses, if any. to.
it on RONALD S LI ERE R-
MAN, ESy attorney 'or
IVtilionei. whose address is 44
Weal Flagler Street. Suite 2424.
Mi.inn Florida 33130. and file,
llu* original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before March 27. 1981.
otherwise a default will be
entered agalnat you for the.
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published'
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
IEV< ISHKLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
deal of said court at Miami..
Florida on this 19 day of
February, 1881
RICHARDP DRINKER
\- Clerk. Circuit Court
I )ade County. Florida
H> \1 .1 HARTNETT
,\> 1 lepuly Clerk
iCIl I oil Court Seal i
LAW OFFICES OF
I.IK HER MAN It BURKE
11 Weal Flagler si Suit* MM
Mi.urn. Florida 33130
Attorney lor Petitioner
RONALD S LIEBERMAN,
ESVJ
Feb 27;
March 6,13.20. i98i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action No 81 2849 FC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
OLGAG inn IRA,
Petitioner,
and
Jl AN l'.o\ IRA.
Respondent
TO 11 a\ ROVIRA
rza. Liberia 13
Barcelona 12
SPAIN
NOTICE OF
PI HI.ICATION
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been filed against you and
you arc required to serve a
copy of your Answer or
Pleading to said petition on
petitioner's attorney.
GEORGE T RAMANI.
ESQ., Suite 711. Biscayne
Building. 19 West Flagler
Streel Miami Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer
or Pleading in the Office of
the Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 27 day of March. 1981.'
If you fall to do so. judgment i
by default will be taken
against you for the relief'
demanded is said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at'
Miami. Dade County.1
Florida, this 24 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By S A. Bamer
Deputy Clerk
09996 Feb 27;
________March 6. 13.20.1981,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY'
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business,
under the fictitious name Glenn
Neary & Alverla Neary. DBA
Dial A Mate Club, at 251 N.E
166 St.. N. Miami Beach. Fla.
33162. intend to register said,
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Glenn Neary. Owner
Richard l.arin. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
09582 Feb. 27;,
March 8. 13 20 I KM1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '
.. NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring;
to engage in business under the.
fictitious name BARNES-
INTERNATIONAL, at P.O
Box 73. Miami. Fla. 33135.
Intend to register said name,
with the Clerk of the Circuit)
Court of Dade County, Florida. '
Nestor J. Barbosa, Owner [
09580 Feb. 27; I
March 8. 13. 30.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY!
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In buslnesa
under the fictitious name;
VIRGINIA ALBA NARI. a
P.O.Box 015507. Miami]
Florida 33101. Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ASTRO BOREAL CORP
09688 Feb. 27;
March*. 13.20. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION I
File No 81 1570
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
LEON A EPSTEIN
I let cased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING*
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the ad
ministration of the estate of
LEON A EPSTEIN,
deceased. File Number 81-
1570. is pending in the Circuit
Court for DADE County.
Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is 73
West Flagler Street, Miami.
Dade County. Florida 33130
The personal representative
of the estate IS VIVIAN G.
EPSTEIN, whose address Is
CO Barry C. Flelsher. Esq
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 438.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
The name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate
are required. WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the
clerk of the above court a
written statement of any
i laim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basil lor the claim, the name .
,uid address of the creditor or
Ins agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim
is not yet due. the date when
it will become due shall be .
slated If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty
shall be stated If the claim is
-ii iiri'il. the security shall be
described The claimant
sluill deliver sufficient copies
ol the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mail one
cop) to each personal
i epresentatlve
All persons interested m the
estate to whom a copy of this
Noli) e Ol Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THK
FIRST PI 'HI.ICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to the any
objections they may have
that challenges tneiidity of
the decedent's will, the quali-
fications of the personal rep-
ivsrntalive. or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
b.-cn mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THIS
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to the any
objections they may have
thai challenges the validity
of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue
or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration: February
27. 1981.
VIVIAN G. EPSTEIN
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
LEON A EPSTEIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Barry C. Fleisher. Esq.
420 Lincoln Road. Sutie438
Miami Beach, Florida33139
Telephone: i305i 674 9040
09995 Beb 27;
March 6. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL CIR
CUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY
JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No.: 81-7515 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN HE. The marriage of
JORGE LEON
Husband
vs.
ROSARIO RODRIGUEZ de
LEON
Wife
TO ROSARIO RODRIGUEZ
de LEON
Jr. Chancay No. 371
Lima 13, Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage,
has been filed, and you are
hereby required to serve a copy
of your Answer to the'
Husband's Attorney. DONALD
F. FROST. ESQ., 28 S.W. 8St..
Miami. Fla 33130. and file the
original with the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 27 day of March,
1981. or the allegations will be
taken as confessed against you,
and a Default will be entered.
DATED AT MIAMI. Dade
County. Florida this IB day of
February, 1081.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
By: S.A. Bamer
As Deputy Clerk
09584 Feb. 27;
March 8, 13.20. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81-2731 FC
(FAMILY DIVISION)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
ELBA ELENA JIMENEZ
M lie.
and
SILVIO JIMENEZ,
Husband
TO SILVIOJIMENEZ
Residence Address Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
I.....n filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
it on ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE. PA., and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before March 27. 1981;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
lehel demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
CARRICARTE, PA attorney
fur Petitioner, whose address
is .'ii NW Tth Street. Miami.
Florida 33128, and file the
original Wllll the clerk of the
above (tyled court on or
before March 2T, iwi. other
Wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint
ol petition
Phis notice shall be published
mill' each weak for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of
February, 19M
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByCP COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
lCircuit Court Seal I
ALBERT 1. CARRICARTE.
P A
MSI NWTthSl
Miami. Florida33138
3051 "119 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
0MMKJ Feb 27.
______________March 6. 13.20.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 ?'32 FC
(FAMILY DIVISION)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THK MARRIAGE OF
1.KI.1A F RUIZ,
Wife
and
HERBERTRUIZ,
Husband
TO HERBERT RL'ITZ.
Residence Address Unknown
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
it on ALBERT I.
CARRICARTE. PA. attorney
lor Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. and file the
Original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 27. 1981. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you fur the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
.IEW1SHFLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of
February. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByC. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
ALBERT L CARRICARTE.
P A.2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
13061 649-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
09590 Feb. 27;
March 6. 13.20.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
TISKET A' TASKET at 420
Lincoln Rd Suite 512, Miami
Beach, Fla., Intend to register
said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CellKroop
Cookie Wynne
Richard Kroop. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
09587 Feb. 20. 27;
March 6. 13.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
Amalgamated Properties, at
ro Box 402099. Miami Beach.
Fla 33140, intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
WAYNE A.CYPEN
HAZELA CYPEN
09594 February 27;
March 8. 13.20,1981
INTHECIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File NO. 81-13*1
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
HENRY OELLERT,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
IUAIN8T THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of HENRY
OELLERT. deceased. File
Number 81 1361. Is pending In
Ihe Circuit Court for DADE
County, Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. FlorMa The personal
representative of the estate Is
GLORIA A GEl.LERT whose
address la C 0 Mrs Brenda
Malownay, P o. Box I5i063.
Tampa, Florida 33684 The
name and address of the
pel soii.il representatives
attorney ana set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required, within THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THK FIRST
II HI.ICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, In file with the clerk
ol the above court a written
statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each
i l.iim must be In writing and
niusl indicate the basis for the
i lalm, the name and address of
the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount
, laimed If the claim is not yet
due, Ihe date when it will
become due shall be stated If
the i lalm is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
inn el l.i iit> shall be stated If
lite claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of tin* claim to
tile clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative.
\n persons interested In the
state in whom a copy ol this
Notice oi Administration has
Imiii mailed an required,
WITHIN THREE Month
FROM THE DATE OF THK
FIRST PI BLK'ATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to nle any
objections the) may \y.wv that
cliallcnc.es the validity of the
decedent's will. Ihe
qualifications of Ihe personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL claims. DEMANDS,
VND OBJECTIONS NOT so
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale ol the first publication
oi tins Notice ol
Administration Februarj 27
1981
gloria A OELLERT
As I'ei son.il Representative
oi the Estate ol
HENRY GELLBRT
I leceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
RKPRESENTATDE
EDWIN M GlNsiil ltd. Ksy
Myers, Kaplan. Levtnson,
Kcnin < Richards
I 128 Hi ii kill Ave Suite 700
Miami. Florida08131
Telephone. isufti 37i 9041
195X6 Feb. 27.
March 6. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 81 1591
Division 03
IN RE; ESTATE OF
ANNAO. KAPLOWITZa k a
ANNA GRANT
I leceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
state of ANNA G
KAPLOW1TZ. a-k-a ANNA
GRANT. deceased. File
Number 81-1591. is pending in
the Circuit Court for DADE
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE in all
claims against the estate and
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 OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on February 27, 1981.
Personal Representative-
MINNIE SCHECHTER
3301 Yorba Linda Blvd., Apt
231 r
Fullerton. Calif 92631
Attorney for Personal ,
Representative:
ABRAHAM A CALBUT
GALBUT. GALBUTA MENIN
PA..
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone (3051 872 3100 I
00587 Ftb
March 8. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81 2623 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ROMAN WENGI.OWSKY
and
1RYNA WENGI.OWSKY
PROCYK
TO IRYNA
WENGLOWSKY PROCYK
Ivana FrankivskaOb..
MisloSniatyn 285-300
vul. Leninal29 Kv 8
I kralnlan Soviet Socialist
Republic
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
El GENE J WEISS. Attorney
lot Petitioner, whose address is
407 Lincoln Rd Penthouse
N K Miami Beach. Fla 33139
anil I lie the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before March 27. 1981.
utherwlaa a default will be
entered against you for the
relief played for in the com-
plaint ol petition
Tills notice shall be
published once each week for
i..oi i onsecutivc weeks in THE
JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my nanu anu
Hi.. .e.il ol said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of
February, 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
\s Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As I lepuly Clerk
it'll i oil Court Seal i
El GENE l w Kiss
IU7 Lincoln Road.
Penthouse N E
Miami Beach. Florida3313S
TV I 531 iT-'i
Mioiin> toi Petitioner
lajDMI Fell L'T
Man nil. 13, SO, ltlM
INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 81 272) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE The Marriage ol
VICTOR JEAN JACQUES
I.AI'OI It
IVtilionei' Husband
and
IK INNE EUNCI \ It IRVAL
I. Mill It
Respondent Wife
YOl IEANNE ELLNCIA
II \l!\ VI, I.AI'OI |{, c o ol
Y \ e ,
I ..i.i. I'll..In Alpha Rue
l.i'ii.iiie ( Clump de Mars
\n I 'nit \n I 'l nice Haiti,
\\ I ate lleleby nolllleil to
to the petition tor Dissolution
iii M.uii.ige hied against yoUi
upon Husband's attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS.
KSyl IRE. 012 NW 12 Avenue.
Mi.mil Fla 33136, and file
original wilh Ihe Clerk of the
I'oui t on in liefore March 27.
IUM, ollii'i wi>c the Petition
a ill In-1 uufeased by you
DATED this 23 day of
i-1 liruar) hWl
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By S A Bamer
I Hpuly Clerk
MMII Feb 27.
Man hi; l.i -'Ii ll'M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COUR OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 2457
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
YKYENS FORESTAL,
Petitioner Husband
and
MARIE THERESE
FORESTAL,
Rcsoondenl Wife
TO MARIA THERESE
FORESTAL
285 Albany Ave Apt 5A
Brooklyn. NY
YOl 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 HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 420 Lincoln Road-
Suite 392. Miami Beach.
Florida XI139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
March 27. 1981. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 23 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
'< 'n oil Court Seal i
HARVEY D.FRIEDMAN
420 Lincoln Rd. Suite 393
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
13061 531-0391
Attorney for Petitioner
Feb. 27, March 8. 13,20, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 11-1710 FC
Division 18
IN RE THE MARR1AGEOF
RDSSEI.INE NIETO
OONZALEZ
Petitioner
and
RAYNAl.DO GONZALEZ. JR.
Respondent
TO RAYNAI.DO GONZALEZ
JR
Residence Unknown
NOTICE OP SUIT
You are notified that a
Petition For Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed and
you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or
Pleadme on the Petitioner's
Attorney, sanford F.
DERNIS. Penthouse Suite 4
Culler Ridge I Building. 1070u
Caribbean Boulevard.
Miami. Florida 33189. and
file the original with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court on
oi before the 27 day of
Man h. 1981 If you fall, a
Default will be entered for
llu- relief demanded In the
Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
on this 25 day of February.
1 '.is I
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By K Sedried
Deputy Clerk
I
art,
-I>
I
Don
Ac,
m
il!
""'"
Feb 27,
March 6. 13. 20.19*
/
IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 81 3180
KMII.PIZ/.l'I.Oaiid ANN
I'IZZI'I.O. his wife.
Plaintiffs,
vs
PANDORA SPEI.Eiis. m
dlvldualty, as an heir of the
Estate of ELIZABETH
SPKI.KOS. and as Personal
Representative of the Estate
oi ELIZABETH SPELEOS.
11.....a sed ANDREAS
SPELEOS, Individually and
as an heii ot the Estate of
ELIZABETH SPELEOS,
Deceased, and NICHOLAS
SPELEOS, Individually and
a an in ii oi tiie Estate ol
ELIZABETH SPELEP"
1 lei eased. and 01 all
unknown persons claiming
bj .through, oi under the said
ELIZABETH SPELEOS,
PANDORA SPKI.KOS
ANDREAS SPELEOS, or
NICHOLAS SPKI.KOS
I lefendanti
n i The above named
I loicndants whose residences
as particularly as they are
know n are
PANDORA SPKI.KOS
IZI7 Madison St N w
Washington, D c 20011
NICHOLASSPELEOS
Apartment 38
:ii>22Gllmah Rd
El Monte. California91733
ANDREASSPELEOS
70S Clear) Kvt
Molaine. Louisiana 70001
YOl \RK HEREBY NOTI
fied thai a Complain! to
Camel Mortgages and Quiel
Title has been filed by the
above named Plaintiffs
agalnal you in the above
styled Court seeking a
cancellation and satisfaction
ol two i^i mortgages which
had been held by
ELIZABETH SPELEOS.
deceased, in which you may
have had .m interest as the
beneficiaries under her last
will and testament which
involve Ihe following
described real property
Lot I. Block I. MC-
ALLISTER TERRACE.
ai cording in the Plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book 14.
at Page 19. of tin- Public
Records ol Dade County.
Florida
You and each ol you are
hereby required to file and
Answer or other responsive
pleading to the aforesaid
Complaint with the Clerk of
the above styled Court and to
serve a copy of your said
pleading upon the Plaintiff's
Attorney. V ROBERT
CARLISLE. 299 Alhambra
Circle, Coral Gables. Florida
33134 on or about the 27 day of
March. 1981. otherwise the
allegations of the said '
Complaint will be taken as
confessed and a default
judgment shall be entered
against you
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on this 25 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARD I' BRINKER
Clerk of
the Circuit Court
By: M.J HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
09599 Feb 27;
March 8.13. 30.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the un-
dersigned,desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious
name YOURS AND MINE
MUSIC at 332 NE 108 Street.
No. Miami. Fla. 33182 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Oscar J. Llord
Maria A Llord
833 NE 166 Street
No. Miami. Fla. 83163
Tel: 947-4708
00574 Feb. 20. 27;
Marc! U



*Jenist thx-Minn
Page 19-B
Israeli's Worried By Signs
Of Army's Independence
TER EYTAN
i Chronicle
iicate
[fears a military
Israel, but
increasingly
signs of the
jendence.
fezer Weizman
}er a year ago,
sn no full-time
of Defense.
Begin then
the defense
zether with the
but it is no
he does not
>t in the Defense
. any case, two
responsibilites
are manifestly
[one can expect
Vven in robust
wry simultan-
LLLEL of David
rdly applies. Ben-
addition to Prime
(inister of Defense
day of Israel's in-
[ Hi' was as familiar
as with the other,
the state and the
|time when the army
nailer, and its arms
far less sophistic-
vould be the last to
imiliarity with the
schine and its
[ become more ap-
Bver with the bitter
I the defense budget
(continued without
since Weizman's
and is still far from
ise eats up a full
Israel's budget,
goes on service of
debt, and the
has to do for all
listries and govern-
\ combined).
past year, defense
Issions have been
rectly between the
if i Gen. Raphael
the Minister of
rst Yigael Hurwitz,
ridor.
JPAST, this would
[inconceivable The
Lilian responsibility
| Defense Forces was
maintained and
maintained. The
J hammered out be-
Itwo Ministers
[of Defense with
aff called in, at the
kpert adviser. As
Begin surfaces in
Issions only oc-
Iging economies on
pn understanding of
is on the Treasury.
pf Eitan used to be
silent man, an able
Deed solider who
\ his mouth in public
to argue with a
this has changed.
polishes statements,
ul use of his press
lof military corre-
od lets himself be
regularly on
Israel now knows
familiar name of
has become willy-
figure in his own
ig for certain
the public mind.
| indeed, more and
is a lurking
suspicion that it is he more than
Begin who fashions defense
policy. He probably has a
political future too.
EVERY CHIEF of Staff has
seen a political career open before
him, and mostly they have seized
their chance. Former Chiefs of
Staff who have gone into politics,
and in every case straight into
the Cabinet, include Yitzhak
Rabin, who become Prime
Minister without any previous
Cabinet, office or political ex-
perience; Haim Bar-Lev, who
was Minister of Trade and Indus-
try, and will very likely be Minis-
ter of Defense; Yigael Yadin, the
present Deputy Prime Minister;
and Moshe Day an, who began as
Minister of Agriculture and was
to serve in turn as Minister of
Defense and of Foreign Affairs.
David ('Dado ") Elazar died
too soon after he resigned as
Chief of Staff. Mordechai
("Motta") Gur is campaigning
hard on the Labor ticket
ambitious, reportedly, to be
Prime Minister one day.
Ezer Weizman himself was,
within an ace of becoming Chief
of Staff, after having served
brilliantly as commander-in-chief
of the Air* Force. Ariel ("Arik")
Sharon, now Minister of
Agriculture, also just missed
appointment as Chief of Staff, it|
is said. He would still dearly love
to succeed Weizman as Minister
of Defense.
I CAN think of only two Chiefs
of Staff who have not made a
career in politics: Mordechai
Makleff and Haim Laskov. The
former is in business as head of
the Dead Sea potash works; the
latter has stayed on in the army
as "ombudsman."
Former Chiefs of Staff who
found themselves politicians,
mostly on the Labor side,
managed to doff their uniforms
without apparent trouble. In
Israel, it has always been
thought natural for a civilian to
turn soldier, or a soldier to rejoin
the civilians. There has in the
past been no such thing as a
military caste, or even a distinct
military mentality. Civilian
control of the armed forces was
accepted as a matter of course by
military and civilians alike.
It is not certain that this,
except in principle of course, is so
clearly the case today. During the
past year, civilian control of the
IDF has been visibly relaxed
again, not in principle, but in
practice. Israel's top brass has
never felt as free in its
| judgments and actions. Begin's
ministerial powers seem to be
exercised largely by remote
control which is not the same
as the constant, effective
supervision maintained by David
Hen-Gurion, or indeed by Levi
Kshkol, who also doubled, until
the Six-Day War, as Prime
Minister and Minister Defense.
PARADOXICALLY, the
army itself would be better off
under a full-time Minister, who
could devote his undivided at-
tention to its needs and fight for
its budget more expertly than
Begin has done, torn as he is be-
tween his Minister of Finance
and a forceful, vocal Chief of
Staff. The country as a whole
would rest more easily if it knew
that it had a Minister of Defense
who held clear sway over an army
chaffing to assert itself in policy
and action.
We are far away from a
military coup of any kind, but it
is disturbing even to have to say
so.
MARKS, David. Miami Beach Rubin
STRAUSS. Herman, 87, N. Miami
Uearh. Gordon
TESSEL. Samuel. 78. Plantation
Gordon.
AXINN, Morris, 84, Hollywood. March
'i. Levitt Weinstein
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Riverside. Mt. Nebo
HKKZOG. Carole. 60. Hallandale,
March 3 Levitt Weinstein
JOSEPH, Abraham iJoel, 79.
Hollywood. March3.
ROSEN. Helene. 54, N. Miami Beach,
March 2. Riverside.
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Miami. Rubin.
BRONIS, Larry. Miami. Riverside
KNOPK. Max. 70, Miami Beach.
Riverside.
FINKELSTEIN, Bernard. 72, N.Miami
Beach, Feb. 19. Riverside.
FRIEDMAN, Harry E.. 80. Hollywood,
Feb. 19. Levitt Weinstein
KATZMAN. Samuel. N. Miami Beach.
Feb 19. Riverside
lur IE Max. 74.N.Miami Riverside
NEUMANN, Norma, N Miami. Feb 20.
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SlDELL, Helen Ann, N. Miami Beach.
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SOLOMON. Jan L., Pompano Beach,
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SUSEL, Benjamin E., Miami Beach.
YARED, Louis E, 68. Miami.
BASS, Bessie F., 83. Keystone Point,
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COHEN, Dora, Miami Beach. Rubin
DEE. Martha Stine. N. Miami, Feb. 23.
LEVETON. Edward. 56, Miramar, Deb
24. Levitt Weinstein.
FRANKLIN, Jack, 86, Orlando. Feb. 22
Gordon.
FURMANSKY. Max, 78. N. Miami
Beach
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Obituaries

DEEMAR
Isldor, of Surfside, a resident here,
coming from Chicago. Mr. Deemar was
pasl president of Temple Ner-Talmld of
Miami lii-ai-h. a member and active on
the Hoard of Temple Anshe Emet in
Chicago, a contributor to the Lehrman
Day School and Hebrew Academy, sup
ported Israeli Bonds, a member of
Covenant of Illinois, a member of Key-
stone Plumb Lodge i Masonic Order),
member of Workman's Circle, Branch
15. and a founder of Mt. Pleasant Lake-
shore Subdivision, and I. Deemar a Son
Realtors. Beloved husband of Sarah,
loving father of Irving Deemar of Chi-
cago, Jenee Adelman of Chicago and
Florida, and Rosolyn Brott of Glencoe.
Illinois, loving grandfather and great-
grandfather Services were held March
5 .il the Chapel, with Interment at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery In Miami. The
Riverside. 1250 Normandy Dr., MB..
Pla.SU-1161
WARD
Minnie 88. passed away Feb. 27. A real-
denl for 34 years, formerly of Fayette-
vllle. N.C. Surviving are a daughter,
Mrs Annette (LouI SelUin of Miami
.Springs. 4 grandchildren, and 4 great-
grandchildren. Services will be held in
Charlotte, N.C. with local arrangements
by Gordon.
LIEBHOBER
Bella, 8a. Miami, passed away Feb. 28.
A resident for 23 years, formerly of New
Yuik City Surviving are her son, David
Liehhober. of Clifton. N.J.; 2 daughters.
Evelyn I Bernard I Goodman of Miami
and Lillian Martin of S. Orange, N.J.,
iuid 9 grandchildren. Services were held
in Hollis, N Y with local arrangementa
by Gordon
MARGOLIS
Esther. 87, Hollywood, passed away
March 1. A resident for 30 years, for-
merly of Baltimore, Md. Surviving are
her husband. Isaac, son. Max Margolls
ul Baltimore. Md., 4 grandchildren and
fi great-grandchildren. Services were
held March 3 at Riverside.
DEEMAR
laldor, Surfside. formerly of Chicago.
Services were held March S at River-
side, with interment at Mt Nebo
I Vmetery.
HARNETT. Dora. 88. N. Miami. Feb. 35.
Levitt-Welnsteln.
HECK. Irving W 74. Hollywood. Feb.
24). Riverside
KAUFMAN. Anna. Miami Beach. Feb
24. Riverside
LANE. Anne. 73. Miami Beach Rubin
Mt. Nebo.
PARKER, Esther iKoheni, 87, Miami
Beach. Riverside. Star of David.
SWEETOW. Gertrude. Miami Beach.
Rubin. Mt. Nebo.
WINTERS. Clara V, Rubin
CHRESTOHL, Abe.
DAXE, Arnold, 77, Hollywood, Feb. 28.
Riverside.
EISNER. Ben.
MARX, Lois Y 68. N Miami Beach.
Feb. 26. Riverside
RAPPAPORT. Blllie. Miami Beach,
Feb. 22. Riverside
SLUKAN. Charlea.
SWEETOW. Mrs. Gertrude. Miami
Beach. Rubin.
KLEIN. Sylvia (nee Berman). 63,
Tamarac, Feb. 26.
LEVY, Benjamin, 8S, Feb. 28. River-
side
ROYE, Lewis, 77, Miami Beach Rubin.
SCHWARTZ. Esther. 70. Miami Beach.
Feb. 27. Riverside.
UNGERLEIDER. Samuel A 92, Feb.
28. Riverside.
HAUMEL. Tlllle. 70. Miami Beach.
Gordon.
BRUNNER. Jerome J.. 61. N. Miami.
Feb 28. Levitt Weinstein.
EPSTEIN. Doris, 78, N Miami Beach.
Feb. 27. Riverside.
HALBERSTEIN, Clara, 79, N Miami
Beach, Feb. 28. Riverside
JOSELEVICH. Samuel. 82. Miami
Beach Rubin
KALISHER. Zara S Hollywood. Feb.
28.
MANN. Rudolf, 54. Miami. March 1.
Riverside.
MARGOLIS. Esther. 87. Hollywood,
March 1 Riverside.
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