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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Jewis]hi Floridiami
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,54 Number 13
THREE SECTIONS
Miami, Florida Friday, March 27, 1981
frdSocnf Bv Mil Ml Centj
Price 35 Cents
Washington's (Black) Mayor Says:
If Murdered Atlanta Kids Were Jewish, Feds Would Move
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The White
ou.se and representatives of Jewish or-
jiizations here are taking exception to
Fashington Mayor Marion Barry's remark
lat if the 21 Black children murdered in At-
nta "had been Jewish, the federal govern-
ment would have moved much faster" to help
solve the crimes.
If they had been anything except Black
they would have moved faster,'' Barry said
at a press conference. He made his state-
ments in response to a reporter's question as
to whether he stood by similar views he ex-
pressed earlier this month about the Atlanta
Cult Hot-Line in Miami
Concerned Parents Urged to Mobilize
The "Jews for Jews"
kanization, with head-
arters in Miami Beach,
set up an anti-mission-
tiltphone 'Hot-Line"
Kich will provide infor-
[tion and help to families
over the United States
Canada who need help
|bluniing the inroads that
ssionary groups are
kking in seeking to con-
unsuspecting Jews.
{ai>l>i Kubin R. Dobin. head of
group, stated that a variety
millenary and cult asso-
Itions have begun new con-
Ked drives to recruit un-
armed Jews by using different
es f deceptive practices.
[The confusion they create in
minds of Jews must be
|ntered with a determined pro-
to present the Jewish tra-
in in a manner that will be
Serstood and appreciated for
timeless messages it af-
M," hi' said.
labbi Dobin said that the
bne number for the new 'Hot-
It' is (05865-1885. Calls for
*'il be accepted from any
ol the United States and
D.ula
UtE THE cults taking over?
series of questions and answers
out the serious challenge that
pis present to the community
been prepared by Rabbi
bin.:, who is also senior consult -
It Hi the Concerned Parents of
Children, and national
Continued on Page 1-B

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CJA-IEF Reports
Miami Campaign Roars Towards
$20 Million Mark I
tragedies.
A White House spokesman, Larry
Speakes, responding to an inquiry by the Je-
wish Telegraphic Agency, said that Presi-
dent Reagan said several days ago in the
course of a conversation about the Atlanta
killings, "Let's get one thing straight. This
Administration is color blind."
HYMAN BOOKBINDER.
Washington representative of the
American Jewish Committee,
said that for Barry "to talk about
the Jews and imply that we are
all safe and protected is an
outrage. We are going through a
period of serious escalation of
vandalism against Jewish places
of worship in this country. I
regret that he is being this care-
less in his articulation. It is
especially painful to me to hear
things like that knowing how
silent the world was when six
million Jews were killed."
A statement by Amy Goott,
community consultant of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'riths Washington-Maryland
regional office, said that the ADL
is "dismayed" by the Mayor's re-
mark and described it as "par
licularly insensitive and in-
appropriate" when "overt anti-
Semitism is significantly in-
creasing in the Washington area
and throughout the country."
The ADL statement said, "The
Mayor's subsequent explanation
that he had not meant to single
out Jews but felt the government
would have reacted quicker if the
children had been anything but
Black' is a devisive remark that
can only cause racial polarization
in our country. We urge the
Continued on Page 11-A
The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israeli Emergency Fund,
with the largest peacetime
goal in its history of over
$20,000,000, passed well
over the three quarter mark
this week as newly-tallied
gifts brought the campaign
total to date above
$15,000,000, representing a f
30 percent increase over I
what the same individuals I
contributed one year ago.
According to Norman Braman, I
general campaign chairman of i|
the 1981 CJA-IEF, this figure %
places the pace of the campaign |;
10 weeks ahead of the 1981 cam- pi
paign. The $15,000,000 figure I
was not reached until June 15 |
Continued on Page 9-A Norman Braman

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i
Harry Levy
But Willing to Date Them
Students Show Remarkable Ignorance About Jews
ByBENGALLOB
Replies to a question-
Jire distributed to some
^n Jewish students at
omell University by the
litor of a campus pub-
it ion for Jewish students
the editor to conclude
t non -Jewish students
have many misconceptions
about Jews based" not on
hatred but on "a general
lack of education."
Stacy Weiner described the
fact-finding project and its
results in the December, 1980
issue of Kolenu. The editor did
not indicate how many of the uni-
versity's estimated 12,000 non-
Jewish students responded to the
questionnaire, declaring that
while the number was "not
large," those responding were
from Catholic and Protestant
backgrounds, with some
Moslems. Weiner did not use any
numbers, only percentages.
The questionnaire dealt with
such topics as Jewish
population, Jewish customs and
the Holocaust. The editor
reported that the answers
revealed "some misconceptions"
and "much curiosity" about
lews.
Apparently extrapolating from
the limited number of students
answering the questionnaire, the
editor reported that "most non-
Jews are unaware of many
aspects of Jewish life" and that|
they believe Jews "are still the'
most oppressed people in the
world due to their own fault."
ANOTHER finding was the
view that Jews are "selfish" to
think they are special, God's
people; still another was ex-
pression of a belief that Jews do
not eat pork "because the pig, an
ancient sacrifice animal, is sacred
to them."
Continued on Page 11-A


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Shirley I. Leviton, reeleded president of the National Council of Jewish Women during its
34th biennial convention in Louisville, Ky., presents NCJW's highest honor, the Faith and
Humanity Award, to Avraham Harmon, president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Joining in the ceremony are NCJW National Vice President Barbara Mandel and her
husband, Morton Mandel, president of the Council of Jewish Federations. During the
convention, more than 650 member-delegates voted to renew NCJW's contract with the
Hebrew University for operation of the NCJW Research Institute for Innovation in
Education. The ten year contract enables the Institute to continue its work with dis-
advantaged children and youth in Israel
Headlines
Sexology Seminar Slated for Haifa
The Jewish role in the development of the
science of sexology will be but one item under dis-
cussion when the world's leading sex experts
gather in Jerusalem for the 5th World Congress of
Sexology from June 21 to 26.
Dr. Zwi Hoch, head of the Center for Sexual
Counseling. Therapy and Education, Department
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rambam Medical
Center, and a gynecologist on the Technion
Faculty of Medicine, is organizing the conference
for the World Association for Sexology, and will
serve as president of the congress in Haifa.
Subjects to be covered range from current con-
cepts of sexual counseling and therapy, and sex
education in the 80s. to issues such as sexology
and law. sexual variation and deviancy. child
abuse, homosexuality, morals and religion, family
planning, and others.
Uruguayan police have uncovered an anti-
Semitic group in Montevideo that alledgedly fire-
bombed a synagogue on Duranzo Street, stoned
the headquarters building of Uruguay's Jewish
representative political organization, and painted
swastikas on many sites in the South American
capital city.
Jacob Kovadloff, director of the South Amer-
ican Office of the American Jewish Committee,
has welcomed the action of the Uruguayan police.
He added the hope that it might be "the first of
other such crackdowns in South American coun-
tries where Jewish institutions have been the
victims of attacks in recent months."
According to the information received here,
Yamandu Lopez Sejas, a 49-year-old business-
man, and two 10-year-old accomplices were
arrested and are being tried under the provisions
of a 1942 law against the promotion and incite-
ment of racial hatred and violence. The three
could be sentenced to a maximum of five years in
I jail.
Golda Meir. fourth Prime Minister of the State
of Israel, is being honored by the State of Israel.
which has just issued a postage stamp in her
^ memory. For collectors, the stamp is available on
^ a specially designed, limited edition Commem-
- orative Cover.
The lilac-colored design features a photo-
graphic reproduction which shows pensive Golda,
somewhat in opposition of her reputation as a
women of action.
Is there a future for Diaspora Jewry? The
2 answer to that question will highlight the Critical
I Issues Conference sponsored by the United
^ Jewish Appeal's Rabbinic and Faculty Advisory
Cabinets on Mar. 29 to 31 at the Capital Hilton
Hotel. Washington.
The conference, expected to attract rabbis and
academicians from all sections of the country, will
explore major issues of concern to the American
Jewish community and propose an agenda for
action in the '80s.
!; Opposing views on the future of Diaspora
JJ Jewry will be presented by Leonard Fein, editor
-and publisher, and Hillel Halkin. author and
1 former New Yorker who settled in Israel in 1970.
I
A Haggadah for Christians published last year
by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B nth
and the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago was so
well received that it has been reissued for the
coming Passover. Apr. 19 to 26.
According to Theodore Freedman, director of
ADL's national Program Division, more than
25.000 copies'of "The Passover Celebration A
Haggadah for the Seder" have been sold since its
issuance. He attributes the book's popularity to
the growing number of Christians in all deno-
minations who either conduct seders for them-
selves in their own homes or partake in interfaith
observances. "By repeating what Jesus, as a Jew.
experienced in observing the Passover with his
disciples, his modern followers hope to gain
greater understanding of the roots of Christian-
ity," Freedman said.
On the 25th anniversary of its Creative Arts
Awards ceremony at the Guggenheim Museum in
New York City on Apr. 1, Brandeis University
will mark nearly a quarter of a million dollars in
cash prizes given to distinguished writers, fine
artists, sculptors, musicians, dancers, filmmakers
and architects. During that time, the University
has honored two Nobel laureates. 34 Pulitzer
Prize-winners, six Academy Award-winners and
five "Tony" Award recipients.
Those receiving 1981 awards at the silver anni-
versary ceremony will be author Bernard
Malamud; the architectural film of I.M. Pei and
Partners: filmmaker Samuel Fuller; composer
conductor Otto Luening; and art publisher
Tatyana Grosman. who will receive the Notable
Achievement Award for exceptional contribution
to the cultural life of the society.
Chairman of the Brandeis University Creative
Arts Award Commission is noted playwright
Edward Albee. Albee will participate in the cere-
monies at the Guggenheim Museum as will
Brandeis President Marver H. Bernstein, who
will present the bronze medals and $12,500 to the
1981 winners.
i Iry;"* ^"berg. national commander of the
Jewish War \ eterans of the United States an-
nounces the appointment of Joan Alpert as direc-
tor of public relations and as managing editor of
the organization s national magazine. The Jewish
veteran.
Alpert joins the staff of the Jewish War
Veterans having worked four years as assistant
fator of the rnends of Wbu magaz.ne and as
public relations coordinator for many events of
that magazines publishing organization. Les
Amisduvin. ^^
A former high school teacher of English and
French. Alpert developed and taught seriesrf
adult literature courses for Georgt Washington
University Continuing Education DeparX
and for the Jewish Community Center pa"ment
Representatives of Syria. Iraq, Algeria and the
^orfof thMI JrJeWBh Cagress at the 37th
session of the UN Commission on Human Riahts
held in Geneva earlier this month. ^^ ^
Wlfhn d,K-W lhe" ire,was **tement by the
WJC in the course of a debate on |mm
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News Briefs
Move to Defuse Lebanese Time Bomb
EL AVIV Israel and Maj.
j Haddad. commander of the
ristian militia, acted to defuse
situation in south Lebanon
Lre quiet prevailed, but the at-
tphere remained tense.
fidad's gesture was to free a
fanese army officer his forces
I captured earlier, but at the
he time he warned the Beirut
{eminent to keep its army out
the southern region that he
fcrols.
irat'l sent notes to the U.S.
hrnment and to the various
lernments contributing
bra to the United Nations
brim Force in Lebanon
iJIFII.I stressing that Israel
not interested in escalating
Bjn in south Lebanon and
trying to restrain Haddad
osi' artillery inflicted
ualtii'son UNIFIL soldiers.
Put the Israelis said they did
have complete control over
Christian commander.
Washington John
lb. a New York investment
ker and a member of one of
erica's most prominent
tish families, has been selected
[President Reagan to be his
bassador to Denmark, White
kse sources have disclosed.
ili has been actively associated
prominent Republican can-
fctes over the years and was an
pser to Nelson Rockefeller
In Rockefeller was New York s
lernor.
he Loeb family traces its
krican origins to 1680 when
bardic forebears arrived from
Dutch colony of Curacao.
himself was instrumental in
bding the exhibit of the
fish community in early
krica that the Daughters of
lAmerican Revolution opened
| Washington and is now
lu,i il for exhibition in 12
erican cities.
AVIV Eliahu Ben-
par. Israel's first Ambas-
r to Egypt has returned
after resigning his post to
' him to run in the election to
Knesset.
rider Israels election law,
pd be candidates serving in
service, army and police
must resign at least 100
before the poll. With elec-
to take place on June 30,
100-day countdown begins
'.22.
[)NDON Shimon Peres,
er of Israel's Labor Party,
I to ease the growing strains
keen Israel arid Britain by
ng he had nothing against a
opean initiative to promote
te in the Middle East,
irope and England can play a
Itive role to bring us together
" our neighbors," Peres told
Maj. Saad Haddad
the Anglo-Israel Association's
annual dinner at the Savoy
Hotel, at which the other guest
speaker was James Prior,
Britain's Employment Secretary.
Peres cautioned, however, that
such an initiative had to be "in
the right direction" and should
aim at bringing Jordan rather
than the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization into the peace process.
He noted that Europe had
recently made the mistake of
entering negotiations with "an
imaginary PLO of smiles,
Henry Percal
makes the difference.
Because he has given so
generously in terms of both
money and time, he makes the
difference between an elderly
person In our community
being alone. Or being loved
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ignoring the "real PLO" which
launched terror attacks on
women and children and was de-
dicated to Israel's destruction.
NEW YORK Rabbi Joseph
Polish, of the Astoria Center of
Israel, said that he was "de-
termined to conduct services and
uninterruptedly throughout the
year" in the 300-family Con-
servative congregation in the As-
toria section of Queens despite
extensive damage to its main
sanctuary from a fire that
erupted in and destroyed an
Orthodox Synagogue next door.
The 60 year-old synagogue of
Congregation Mishkan Israel of
Astoria was gutted by the blaze
that Lt. Michael Kimchak of the
Fire Department termed of
"suspicious" origin. Polish told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that his synagogue sustained
damage from flames and smoke
that spread from the adjacent
building and water sprayed on
both buildings by the fire
fighters.
Polish said, "I have formally
invited" the members of Congre-
gation Mishkan Israel "to utilize
our facilities in our library" for
worship or "to attend our ser-
vices," but so far he has had no
reply. "I will be in touch with
them today," he said.
TEL AVIV Israel Tele-
vision disclosed that Labor Party
leader Shimon Peres held a
lengthy meeting with King
Hassan of Morocco in Morocco.
Peres had earlier met with a
brother of Jordanian King
Hussein in London. Peres, who
has returned to Israel from a five-
day visit abroad, declined to
comment on this report.
The television report said that
Peres, who arrived in Morocco
and met with Hassan alone,
outlined his Labor Party's "Jor-
danian option." The king
inquired about the status of Je-
rusalem, and Peres reportedly
told him a Labor government
would offer to implement
autonomy first in the Gaza Strip,
and would be ready to discuss Je-
rusalem with Saudi Arabia.
TEL AVIV Former Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan said here
that he has decided to run in the
June 30 elections at the head of a
new centrict political faction yet
to be formed. But he will not
make a formal announcement
until he returns from a trip to
Spain early next month.
Addressing the Foreign Press
Association here, Dayan said he
needed time to examine the
proposed list and the political,
economic and social platform
which it will present to the
electorate. He said of the new
faction, "We have been called a
center list, but we are not
bourgeois. We are a labor
movement but not a partv." Ac-
cording to Dayan, the list will be
composed of workers, acade-
micians and "Orientals, not just
because they are Oriental, but
because they are good people.'
TEL AVIV Greek Agricul-
ture Minister Athanassios Cane-
Uopoulos, the first Greek minister
to visit Israel, is due to meet
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
and Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir during his four-day visit.
He arrived at the invitation of
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon.
Greece does not have full dip-
lomatic relations with Israel, and
Canellopoulos declined to specu-
late on the possibility that his
visit may lead to such relations.
Greece is a competitor for Israeli
agricultural exports in Europe,
with the competition likely to
become more serious for Israel
with Greece's recent entry into
the European Economic Com-
munity (EEC).
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About Anti-Semitism
As the news snowballs of growing anti-Semitism
in the United States and around the world, the
American Jewish Congress has issued a study which
suggests that "claims of a 'wave' of anti-Semitism in
any part of this country do not seem justified."
If true, this is a welcome note of relief from the
stern warnings being issued by the other Jewish
defense agencies to the contrary. It is not that the
AJCongress is unaware of the many cases of anti-
Semitic acts committed against Jewish persons and
institutions.
Rather, the agency is saying that despite these
acts, there is a "low estate of anti-Semitism in the
United States. In all sectors of American life,
anti-Semitism has become shabby, disreputable and
abhorrent."
Whether or not we agree with the AJCongress'
findings, it is good to be optimistic about such
characteristically pessimistic things. Indeed, who
will deny that cries of anti-Semitism can of them-
selves contribute to a kind of self-fulfilling prophecy?
Optimistic or not, the agency would not have us
reject out-of-hand the warnings of the other Jewish
defense organizations to the contrary. Cautions the
Congress: "... the trauma of the Hitler period does
not allow us to feel entirely secure even in free and
enlightened societies."
Given such a conditional conclusion about anti-
Semitism in America today, we can only hope that
maybe the study has hit on something after all.
Behind a Scholarship Ball
The stage is set for a "Bar Mitzvah" cele-
bration. On Saturday, Apr. 4, the Lehrman Day
School will hold its 13th annual Scholarship Ball.
Actually, the school is 21 years old.
It was launched 21 years ago as a dream in the
heart and mind of Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. The school, as he en-
visioned it, began as a Foundation school. Five years
later, it joined the Solomon Schechter "system,"
with classes through third grade.
But Rabbi Lehrman s dream did not end there.
Through his incredible drive and energy, the school
went through yet another metamorphosis, this time
emerging as a Day School, first going to sixth grade,
and then to ninth.
And in 1968, in honor of Rabbi Lehrman s 25th
year as spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, the
dream launched 21 years ago was named the Lehr-
man Day School.
It is not often that dreams become realities, but
in this case it did. The Lehrman Day School has since
been layded by educators throughout the country for
its highest academic standards, its personalized pro-
grams of education, and for the fact that graduates
of the Lehrman Day School go on to institutions of
higher learning, where they quickly reach the top of
their classes.
Which is only to be expected from so creative a
spiritual leader as Rabbi Lehrman. The Apr. 4
Scholarship Ball will be the perfect occasion for the
community to wish him and the school every con-
tinued success.
Found: A Lost Tribe
Many readers no doubt enjoyed the story about
Little Eagle Bordeaux, great-grandson of Chief
Crazy Horse who defeated Custer at the battle of
Little Big Horn. He has been invited by El Al to
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah in Israel in five years.
Little Eagle, who may become chief of the Sioux
nation someday, has a Jewish mother and is attend-
ing a Hebrew school in Seattle. He comes from a
family that has for several generations believed that
Indians are descended from the ten lost tribes of
Israel.
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IN Dade County, Fla., the
superintendent of schools. Dr.
Leonard Brit'on. is stunned that
the Reagan Administration will
be phasing out the federal
program to fund the integ~ ..^n
of Latin children into the public
school system although surely
the hand writing was already on
the wall when the Reaganites
reversed the Carter Admin
istration's asinine ordination that
kids who do not speak English
must be taught in their own
language.
Nationally, parents who send
their offspring to private paro-
chial schools are stomping with
glee on the sidelines as the Pres-
ident moves to reimburse them
with tax credits because they
have fled the public school
systems. presumably for
religious reasons, and really
ouahtn't to be penalized by
having to bear the double finan-
tial burden of paying taxes to
support public education which is
useless to them, while also
shelling out for parochial tuition,
an option they have voluntarily
chosen.
LAMENTED one Orthodox
Jewish leader the other week,
who couldn't muster enough
praise for the President: "Tn
cost of eating kosher food has
gone sky high," and so who can
afford beine Orthodox if vou
have to pay parochial tuition on
top of that?
Then, there is Mr. Reagan
himself, who is moving bravely
forward against abortion while
leading the cavalry char*.
install prayers in the classr^"
And as a footnote to all ohhi,
there the creationist rooviZ
for public schools already *
its way with the first step
in Arkansas the other week ?
require teaching the bib>
account of creation as an amid*
to Charles Darwin's fi
the origin of the species *
IN THIS regard. one mJ
observe that President C
has already lent his supportw
this kind of medieval (oak I
rnentalism when he recently'
observed that he is not at atlsiml
that he believes in Darwmui
theory anyway.
And so, the President wetm
his way through all these dev-
elopments in public school edu
tion like a catastrophic extended
metaphor although it would
hardly be accurate to say that he
is the absolute source of even bit!
of this lamentable -nonseiue
The Yahoos have after all baa I
around for a long, long time, ^
they might ultimately have bad
their way with some of it entirety
on their own. What the Presides
has done is to give them an ofi>
cially sanctified rallying cry, ind
therefore far greater hope fail
success than they ever had I
before, as indeed he did at tin I
Conservative Political Actia I
Convention last weekend, whet
he elaborated on some of the I
principles involving public school I
administration, calling his
troglodyte views an Americu
"renaissance."
THE TROUBLE is that none I
of these various facets of public
education fits They are all at
odds with one another, and the
President can not be blamed for
that. He may be the nation's
leader, but he is only one of the
troglodytes who have been
around pressing their views on
the rest of us since the beginninf |
of time.
For example, the cessation of
federal funding for the inte-
gration of Latin students intotat
Dade County schools ii
something that would bm
occurred within two years froa |
now by law anyway. What publk
Continued on Page 13-A
New German Book
Debunks Myth of Hitler as Leader
Friday. March 27, 1981
Volume 54
21-2 ADAR 5741
Number 13
By WALTER GORLITZ
Die Welt
..Students of Adolf Hitler's
character and behavior know he
was a man of many contra-
dictions. Often he would act
suddenly and impulsively, only
to lapse into periods of sullenness
and withdrawal, interrupted by
occasional discourses on future
aims and "irreversible
decisions."
In public his image was very
different. He would stand for
hours on end in uniform and
jackboots, his right arm out-
stretched, as Wehrmacht units
and Nazi party formations
marched past an astonishing
feat of physical endurance.
All this made Hitler seem
highly enigmatic. Werner Maser,
author of Adolf Hitler The
End of the Fuhrer Legend, now
claims to have solved the riddle.
It is an extremely confident
claim, but Maser is not a man to
make claims he cannot back up.
HE HAS already established a
reputation both in the academic
world and among the general
reading public for books on
Hitlers Mein Kampf, the early
history of the Nazi Party, a docu-
mentary study of Hitler and a
remorseless analysis of the
Nuremberg trials.
All this work could be regarded
as the necessary preliminaries for
a major study of the man himself,
his personality and his style of
leadership.
This is more than just yet
another book about Hitler. It is a
kind of X-ray picture of the whole
phenomenon.
MASER TURNS the normal
chronological order upside down
and makes this book begin with
Hitler as Fuhrer. Reichskanzler
and Supreme Commander of the
Wehrmacht, as he was from 1933
to 1945.
Part II of the book analyzes
Hitler's youth and earlier career.
So did Hitler change after coming
to power in 1933? Maser says
that he did not.
He quotes a diary entry by
Goebbels in 1945 complaining
that the Fuhrer seemed to be
living with his head in the clouds.
To which Maser adda the
comment that Hitler had always
had his head in the clouds.
How could such a man such as
Hitler, who hated regular
working hours, become a myth in
his own lifetime for the German
nation?
HITLER saw himself at first
as the instrument for achieving
national rebirth and greatness.
His gifts as a speaker were
phenomenal, his persuasiveness
diabolical, his propaganda ex-
tremely subtle.
He called himself Fuhrer. and
his closest colleagues, headed by
Goebbels. forced him in-
creasingly into this role. And, j
course, he was operating in i|
vacuum.
The traditional pillars rf
German society had beesf
completely disorientated sm*
1918. The huge army of un.
ployed were on the vergtt
despair. Hitler did not o*
anyone who was a match lor nan
until the war. not even id *
party.
The solution for the r*rtjrf"
not a nebulous form of NttJ
Socialism, an ideology *"*
never really workedlout. AJ*
Hitler was the Nan WT
program. ,
He was a visionary, a ?W?\
a man capable of $*
masses with anew faith. But *
he also a great statesman
great military commander.
NOT AT ALL. Maser sto*|
using case studies in o
area! to explain Hitler*
leadership. ,He shows hat tj
was no consistent line in n-i
policies, that he
responsibility.
Hitler was not interest/*
reforming the We"*
stitution. He abolishedjhe .
rights which it guarantee =
left the rest as a torso l
Reform of the Reich
equally eclectic and irncompi
The Reich Cabinet was *
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1981
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Page 5-A
U.S. Aid to Israel
To Stay the Same
Proved His Case
Now He Must Go to Court
y JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
LTA) The Reagan
Idroinistation's revised
Werity budget submitted
i Congress keeps Israel's
Lai aid for the next fiscal
at the current year's
lvel but military
sistance to Egypt is
nost doubled for the
lining year.
IWhile U.S. assistance to Israel
to voluntary agencies in the
fited States for the resettling of
viet Jews is being slashed
\>n than half, financial assist-
ce to the United Nations for
ilestine Arab refugees is to be
treased and in the next fiscal
ar will be more than 13 times as
ii,h as oil-rich Saudi Arabia's
ptributions to those Arabs.
kS HAD been previously
de known to Congress. Israel
t get $14 billion in military as-
lance in the fiscal year
rinninj; next Oct. 1 and $785
flion in economic assistance for
oUl of $2.2. billion, the same
this year.
Egypt will get $900 million in
in.ii'. uid plus $100 million
i the 1979 peace package, or a
of $1 billion. During the
ent year, Egypt is getting
million in military aid.
tats economic supporting as-
|ai i is to be $750 million
ri from the estimated approx-
ltel\ $300 million in other
bomic programs, including
|d for Peace. Thus Egypt's
package is almost equal to
Is for the first time.
ordan is to get $50 million in
liars credits and $20 million in
CtflTT r
osmir n*<
economic assistance, and
Lebanon $5 million in economic
aid and $15 million in military
support in the new fiscal year.
There are no funds earmarked for
Syria.
THE NEW budget cuts aid to
Israel for helping Soviet Jews
from $25 million in the Carter
Administration's budget to
$12.5 million in the new fiscal
year. The Reagan austerity
budget chops it to the $12.5
million figure for the current year
a recission of half the allocated
amount.
For support to voluntary
agencies in America that help
resettle Soviet and other Eastern
European refugees the amount
put for this year is $9.6 million
compared with the $24 million al-
located in the Carter budget. For
the new fiscal year the amount is
lowered to $9 million. The State
Department administers the re-
settlement funds for Israel and
the Department of Health and
Human Services handles them
for the American agencies.
LOS ANGELES -
(JTA) Four national
Jewish organizations will
provide legal counsel to a
Holocaust survivor who is
suing the Institute for
Historical Review (IHR)
for failure to honor its offer
of a $50,000 prize to the
first person who could
prove that Jews were
murdered in the Nazi gas
chambers during World
War II.
The suit was filed by Mel Mer-
melstein, a 55-year-old Los
Angeles businessman who has
produced an affidavit that his
parents and two sisters died in
the gas chambers of Auschwitz.
He himself is a survivor of the
extermination camp. Mer-
melstein is also seeking $17
million in damages.
IRVING PETERS, chairman
of the Southern California
Committee for the World Gather-
ing of Jewish Holocaust Survi-
vors, to be held in Jerusalem
June 14 to 18, announced that the
group has retained the counsels
of the California branches of the
American Jewish Congress,
American Jewish Committee,
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S. to assist
Mermelstein who is a member of
the executive committee of the
' World Gathering.
The IHR, based in Torrance,
Cal., denies that six million Jews
were murdered in Nazi death
camps and contends that the
Holocaust is a myth, a pro-
paganda line taken by neo-Nazi
and other anti-Semitic groups in
the U.S. and abroad.
According to the IHR, the gas
. chambers were delousing centers,
and the Jews who were burned in
the crematoria died from mal-
nutrition or disease.
The IHR is directed by Lewis
Brandon who contends that the
Holocaust myth was created by
Zionists to shield Israel from
criticism. Its treasurer is
Elizabeth Carto. wife of Willis
Carlo who is treasurer of Liberty
Lobby, an ultra-rightwing
Washington-based organization.
I German Society Names Singer
BONN (JTA) Isaac
Bashevis Singer, who won the
Nobel Prize for literature in 1978,
the first Yiddish writer so
honored, has been awarded the
1981 Buber-Rosenzweig Prize by
the German Society for
Christian-Jewish Cooperation in
Dortmund.
The award, presented for the
16th time, honors persons who
have promoted understanding
between people of different races,
religions, nationalities and poli-
tical persuasions through their
scientific, artistic or huma-
nitarian endeavors.
The award ceremonies marked
the opening of the Society's
Brotherhood Week. Its theme
this year is "Prayers and Rebels:
The History and Culture of East
European Jewry."
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NEW YORK -
Attracted by Israel's
leadership in high technolo-
gy, more and more
American corporations are
negotiating ventures with
Israeli companies in de-
fiance of the Arab boycott
of Israel, according to the
current issue of Boycott
Report, a publication of the
American Jewish Congress.
Some 150 U.S. firms have
I a ken advantage of Israeli gov-
ernment tax incentives and
research and development grants
and loans which can provide
up to 70 percent of a venture's
capital requirements to open
plants or research explorations in
Israel, the American Jewish Con-
gress reports.
THE REPORT cites the
example of Locke Technology of
Wakefield, Mass. and Sciaky
Brothers of Chicago, which
joined with Laser Industries of
Tel Aviv in a new $6.5 million
venture late last year called Met-
alworking Lasers International
(MLII, which will develop, manu-
facture and sell lasers for in-
dustrial purposes. MLI's
research and development
contract with Israel's Ministry of
Industry, Tourism and Trade is
an indication of Israel's deter
Leonard Miller
mination to establish high tech-
nology manufacturing for
world export," the report notes.
Another U.S. firm planning to
use Israeli government assi-
stance is Emca K lift mm ate rials.
a major worldwide manufacturer
of components for the microelec-
tronics industry. The company
recently invested in an Israeli R
& D firm to develop products for
the Israeli market and the
European Economic Community,
which Israeli products enter
duty-free.
What is believed to be the
largest single American in-
vestment of Israeli technology
was the $25 million that the New
York brokerage house of E.F.
Hutton put up last month to
market advances in gene-splicing
and other biotechnology now in
the research stage at Israel's
prestigious Weizmann Institute
of Science. Boycott Report says.
HUTTON JOINED with the
Yeda Research and Development
Corp. of Israel to buy the com-
mercial rights to 19 projects
which Weizmann Institute
scientists are now investigating,
including interferon and vac-
cines, diagnostic instruments,
solar cells and improved varieties
of wheat.
Companies that have invested
successfully in Israel include
Vishay Intertechnology of Phila-
delphia (resistors). Veeco Elec-
tronics of Long island (semi-
conductors) and Motorola Corp.
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and electronics are major objects
of American interest, the report
says. A group of senior corporate
executives from A.E. Staley,
Tenneco Chemicals -id
Burroughs Corp. recently visited
Israel to explore investment op-
portunities. The mission to Israel
was organized by the Office of the
U.S. Trade Representative with
the assistance of half-a-dozen
other Federal agencies and the
blessing of President Reagan.
As one result of the rising in-
vestment of U.S. firms, Israel's
economy is thriving despite
inflation. Export rose 23 percent
in 1980, much of it in high te-
chnology fields such as medical
engineering, solar energy, agro-
technology, chemicals and bio-
technology. Boycott Report says,
while imports rose only 8 percent.
The balance-of-trade deficit
declined 13 percent from 1979.
MEANWHILE, according to
Boycott Report, one Israeli
company Israel Aircraft Indu-
stries (IAD is being courted
by three major U.S. producers of
military aircraft. Northrop, Mc
Donneil Douglas and General
Dynamics are seeking deals with
IAI under which they would buy
aircraft parts manufactured in
Israel. In return they seek
agreements under which Israel
would purchase U.S. military
fighter planes exclusively from
the American company selected.
Northrop has offered IAI SI
billion in orders over a 10-year
period if Israel agrees to purchase
F-18L aircraft still on the
drawing board. McDonnell
Douglas wants Israel to commit
itself to buy the F-A18 developed
for the U.S. Navy; in return it
would channel hundreds of
millions of dollars of work on the
F-15 program to Israel. General
Dynamics, which sent a dele-
gation to Israel to discuss co-pro-
ducing Israel's new La vie fighter
plane, is considering a deal under
which it would invest $250
million toward the $920 million
cost of the Lavie. In return,
Israel would purchase 200 F-16s
from General Dynamics.
An additional reason for the
interest of American companies
is the Israel U.S. Hinatio.ial
Industrial Research and Dev-
elopment Foundation (BIRD-F),
which brings together companies
from the two countries to com-
mercialize technological ad-
vances. With funds provided
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Reagan Keeps Lewis as Envoy
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Two Lose Citizenship
Fedorenko, Osidach Get Thumbs Down
necessary link between the The Judge also concluded that
Germans and the objects of their Osidach's role "constituted
persecutions the Jews in the partipation in acts of mental
town of Rawa Ruska," Bechtle persecution against civilians in
wrotr. that town.'"
PHILADELPHIA -
fTA) Federal district
lurt judges in Philadel-
Jiia and Fort Lauderdale,
la. have stripped U.S.
jtizenship from two
fkrainian-born men who
ad lied about their partici-
Btion in Nazi concentra-
pn camps during World
par II in order to gain
mission into the United
katos.
L theU.8. District Court here.
W, Louifl Bechtle ordered that
tlodMnir Osidach. a 76-vear-
Hersh
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work tor the
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slaughterhouse worker. be
denaturalized. In Fort Lauder-
dale. Judge Norman Roettger
issued a denaturalization order
for Feodor Fedorenko. 73, of
Miami Beach, who was accused
of concealing his role as a
Ukrainian guard in the Treblinka
concentration camp.
ROETTGER reversed his 1978
ruling in favor of Fedorenko
following a 7-2 decision by the
U.S. Supreme Court Jan. 21 that
the government had only to
prove that Fedorenko had lied
about his past when he entered
the U.S. in 1949 and did not need
to prove that he had participated
in the beating and shooting of
Jewish prisoners.
In a Philadelphia case. Osidach
was tried in a non-jury civil
at t ion here last fall. He was
accused of concealing his role as
an officer in the Ukrainian police
t force, a force which actively
helped the Nazis send Jews to
their deaths, in order to enter this
country in 1949 and later to
obtain citizenship.
"We are very, very pleased
with the decision," said Neal
Sher. deputy director of the U.S.
Justice Department's Office of
Special investigations who
prosecuted the case, according to
a report by David Gross, news
editor of the Philadelphia Jewish
Exponent.
SHER NOTED that the
Osidach case was the first such
case his department had handled
from the very start. "Once Judge
Bechtle's opinion is final, once
the defense has exhausted its
appeals, we will move to have
Osidach deported." hi' said.
Osidach will certainly appeal
the decision, defense attorney
Louis Knnowal indicated. "What
the court did was to attempt to
justify the government's pro-
Mi ut ion and substantial ex
ix'ndilure of money by ordering
denaturalization of Mr. Osidach
on sonic vague theory which took
the court in excess of 110 pa^cs
id bootstrap and justify," Kono-
wal said in a prepared statement
The court's conclusion is dearly
erroneous."
The defense attorney warned
that this decision, along with the
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on "Jews and gentile alike, who
were in an unfortunate predica-
ment of attempting to survive
under Hitler's occupation of their
homeland, that they are subject
to denaturalization and depor-
tation solely because of their
either active or passive involve-
ment in any organization, either
voluntarily of even as a member
of an underground organization."
OSIDACH. like Fedorenko.
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Displaced Persons Act. He swore
at t he time that he had worked as
a dairy technician in the Ukrain-
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Ukrainian police. He insisted,
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Bechtle said that the evidence
presented at the trial proved that
Osidach was a police officer who
commanded other police officers
in the Nazi-led and Nazi-
organized Ukrainian police force.
"The court finds here that
Osidach's role as fulltime, paid
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the German gendarmes and the
Ukrainian police made him a
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March 27
Carrington Decision to Meet Arafat Under Fire
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Conservative Members of
Parliament who support
Israel have angrily at-
tacked the government's
admission that Foreign
Secretary Lord Carrington
would probably meet
Palestine Liberation
Organization Chief Yasir
Arafat later this year.
Members of Parlia-
ment shouted disgraceful'*
when Sir Ian Gilmour, MP.
the government's foreign
affairs spokesman, con-
firmed in the House of
Commons that such a
meeting might happen
when Britain assumed the
revolving chairmanship of
the European Economic
Community (EEC).
Sir Hugh Fraser. chairman of
the Conservative Party's pro-
Israel, lobby in Parliament, chal-
lengad Gilmour to declare that
the British and European ini-
tial ive on the Middle East peace
process had gone totally into
abeyance.
GILMOUR REFUSED to do
so hut. in what appeared to be a
sign of discomfort caused by
\merican disapproval of the
European initiative, he admitted
that the initiative had only come
into being when it looked as
though the Camp David process
had seemed to be in abeyance. He
added that he hoped that C lp
David was not in abeyanc
Gilmour also came under pres-
sure from Winston Churchill.
MP. another Conservative back-
bencher, who claimed that the
PLO was no more representative
of the-wishes and aspirations of
the Palestinian people than the
Irish Republic Army I IRA) is of
the Irish Catholics in Northern
Ireland.
Hotly rejecting this parallel.
Gilmour said that the IRA en-
joyed virtually no popular
support in Ireland but that if
Churchill doubted the amount of
support for the PLO on the West
Bank, refugee camps and else-
where "he should go there and
find out '
ANSWERING another
question, Gilmour said: "I do not
l>elieve to cut off contact with the
PLO is likely to brinB 7j
possible settlerm-nt. S^i
m2l tttcaa
ff* visits Lond^V"^,
after his Middle Fa ^',
taking office hasl tor a*
Hundreds of PLO Trained
At Soviet Academies
JERUSALEM (JTA) Hundred of Palestinian.
have graduated from Soviet military- academies 3
cording to an official of the Palestine Liberation Organs"
ation.
"Scores andhundredsof Palestinian officers eligible to
command major sectors such as brigades have graduated
from Soviet military academies," Brigadier Mohammed
Ibrahim al-Shaier. head ol the PLO's M scow office
revealed in a lecture in Beirut and published in Beirut
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CJA-IEF Reports
Miami Campaign Roars Towards $20 Million Mark
Continued from Page l-A
t year.
n 1980. the CJA-IEF achieved
Lr end results of $15,587,000,
king it second among all
\ish communities in the
Ijted States in terms of per-
Cage increase over the 1979
ppiugn.
8RAMAN ADDED that this
pr to date, more than 20.000
liwdual gifts were made to the
npaign. compared with 14,300
ih,. same date a year ago
Ling i he 1980 campaign.
bam ,\. (Hap) Levy, pres-
L, 0I the Greater Miami
Jrfri Federation, called the
|paign results to date "the
1st' visible example of the
lolve of this Jewish community
rovide crucially needed
,., gervkea here in Greater
liimi. in Israel, and wherever
find ihemselves in need."
ih, same time. Levy added.
j.,n\ r us here in Greater
yet i" make cur coin-
l.wi.h survival
world 1 ana confident
ii opportunity, every
ommunity wdl want
n lo .'.hat another
-m i go hungry, or
i, hi d medical atten-
tion, or without the education
which can mean the difference
between a good life for him and
his children and a life of sub-
sistence living."
LEVY ADDED that the Fed-
eration will continue with its in-
tensive outreach program to the
community, which has proceeded
with a regular calendar of events !
since September, with the Build-
ers and Allied Trades Dinner fea-
turing actress Shelley Winters on
Mar. 31 at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel; the Mercantile
Division Dinner with Congress-
man Jack Kemp (R.. N.Y.I at the
Omni Hotel on Apr. 16; at the
Pacesetter Rail, featuring world
renowned songwriter Marvin
llamlisch in concert on May 9 at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
"As Passover approaches."
liraman concluded, "we are faced
with two goals. First, we must do
everything in our power to see
thai Jews throughout the world
live their lives in freedom with
which we in the United States
have been blessed, but we must
also eee that every Jewish in
dividual and family in Dade
Count) lias the opportunity to
participate in that effort through
the work of the Combined Jewish
\ppeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Delta to the
n-n-north
is a
breeeeeeze
JWV Leader Debunks
Jewish Soldier Myth
VI ITON In a iettcr

.. nal om-
;.-w -h \\ u
U.S. A has
otesl ii the false and
iinlei statements," made by
I M \\ i Gallant. COl
a i he \ marican
luring the nineteentl
tun rhese remarks wen-
ii in an interview, published
> 1981, in the Canadian
spaper, on Gallant's new
h on t he Dreyfus scandal
Mr Phyllis Grosskuth
le issue of Dreyfus'
ique position as a Jew in the
null army Mavis countered.
Ihi-rv were 500 Jews out of an
|m corps of 10.000. That's high
foi a liny Jewish popu-
mi.' but Mavis continued.
Iur< were no Jews in the
li(>li army, none in the
lli< man.
IN HIS LETTER. Steinberg
il the time that Dl
being unjustly accused in
! ..in i 5,000 Jew wen serving
the I S. army in the Spanish-
American War. according to a
survey bj the American Jewish
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One index to the number of
lews who served is tin 1.000 fur-
loughs lor the High Holy Days
granted by the War Department
in 1898 Another is the special
tribute paid by Theodore Roose-
velt to the Jews serving in his
Itough Riders Another is the
number of medals Jews won for
lira very.
Steinberg further pointed out.
Jews have served American
with distinction since the
Revolutionary War. Indeed the
Jewish War Veterans, the oldest
active organization of veterans in
the U.S.. was formed in 1896 by
76 Civil War Veterans to counter
the same kind of slander which
Mavis Gallant expressed."
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Filling in Background
Begin 'Saddened' by Battle Losses
State Dep't. Soys Haddad
Actions are 'Outrageous'
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Premier Menachem
Begin expressed "deep
sorrow'* over the "tragic
incidents*' in south
Lebanon. He was referring
to the killing of two soldiers
of the Nigerian contingent
of the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) and the wound-
ing of 11 other UNIFIL
soldiers and nine Lebanese
civilians and army person-
nel in the shelling of
Fay Stein
makes the difference
The effort she has put forth to
help the people of Israel is
making all the difference in
the world.
Ton.Ton are the difference.
Kantara village by Chris-
tian forces headed by Maj.
Saad Haddad.
Begin said he was prepared to
meet with representatives of the
Lebanese government to discuss
the situation and seek ways to re-
lieve the tension. He was speak-
ing in Kiryat Shemona, the
border town that was the target
of terrorist rocket attacks from
Lebanon last month, where he
dedicated two quarters one
named after Zeev Jabotinsky.
Begin*8 hero and mentor, and the
Armv Brigade, mainly Moslems
hostile to Haddad's largely
Christian force, were sr to
south Lebanon followin0 a meet-
ing between President Elias Sar-
kis of Lebanon and President
Hafez Assad of Syria. He
charged that the Lebanese
regulars were provoking friction.
Arens claimed also that as long
as UNIFIL controlled the area
between Haddad's Christian en-
clave in the south and the PLO
further north, a balance had been
maintained. But now the terror-
ists have taken up positions in
other named after Yigal Allon. a tne UNIFIL controlled area, he
long-time political riva.
BEGIN SAID that Israel
wanted no incidents with
UNIFIL and credited some of the
units of the UN peacekeeping
force with doing a good job to
prevent terrorist infiltration of
Israel's border. He said the terro-
ists in south Lebanon were now
equipped with sophisticated
weapons, including tanks. Later.
Begin attended a memorial
service in Tel Hai for Yosef
Trumpeldor who died in the
said.
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The State Department has
sharply condemned the tank and
artillery shellina bv Christian
forces in south Lebanon that
indicted casualties on United
Nations peacekeeping personnel
there but denied emphatically
that there was any evidence of
Israeli involvement in the in-
cident.
Referring to the killing of two
soldiers of the Nigerian contin-
gent of the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL) and the wounding of
1 1 other Nigerians and two Leba-
nese army regulars in Kantara
village. State rw
spokesman W,lliam fT1"1*
*% U-S- conde'mn^
outrageous actin, *-|*
"WE WISH
that the U.S. l
vocally. supports
How the Nigerian Soldiers
Died in Artillery Exchange
ns.
UIJ.V and unj
territorial 1XS$L ^
Security CouacU R LE I
of Mar. 19. 1478 ,^tl0,,2
UNIFIL received itT^
Dyess said. mandat.
"There must be no into.,
withUN.F.LandltstS:
carry out its duties." ThSl
I^partment added that Ha 3
had pledged a tnjce g
threatened resumee J
shooting if Le!,ln,si, a e
' mtara.
do-not evacuate V*"*
Dyess Mid the u.S I
contact with the Lebanese J
Israeli governments wUh Jj
to this grave developm^
"Replying
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Two Nigerian soldiers cf
the United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL). one of them an

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eary s' others were wounded in a
As Begin toured the northern heavy exchange of artillery
region, tension continued high in r- u "
south Lebanon where UNIFIL ?nd. t:|nk ^" .j6,. ^^
was reported to be deploying MJ. Saar Haddad S Chns-
anti-tank weapons in the area of a tian forces in south Le-
clash between the Christian banon and Lebanese army
regulars who took up
positions in Kantara village
in the central sector of the
front last week.
Lebanese
armv
militia and
regulars.
Moshe Arens. chairman of the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee, meanwhile,
blamed the Palestine Liberation
Organization for the de-
teriorating situation in south
Lebanon.
Speaking on a radio interview.
Arens claimed the tension re-
sulted from an "imbalance
created by the presence of PLO
terrorists and units of the
According to UNIFIL. two Le-
banese soldiers were also
wounded. Haddad's group
claimed the 30 Lebanese troops
who moved into the southern
region were harassing villagers
for alledged collaboration with
the Christian forces and with Is-
rael which supports Haddad's
that it was maintaining a close
watch on the situation in south
Lebanon after reports from the
region that the Beirut troops
were actually Syrians in Leba-
nese army uniforms.
Israel, meanwhile, denied a
Beirut report that its artillery
had joined in the shelling of the
I,ebanese force.
At the United Nations in New
York. UN Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim asked the Securi-
ty Council to "meet in urgent
consultations'" on the latest
clashes in south Lebanon.
According to a statement by a
UN spokesman. Waldheim
learned "with shock and sorrow"
of the death of the two Nigerian
soldiers and the wounding of 11
others .
matte I
isamei
to a repona,
question as to why Israi.!
being consulted in "this
Dyess said. The Israeli
much concerned with the vi
peacekeeping force and in
wcceu
UNDER RKPEATED qw
Honing, he insisted that ehw
no evidence Haddad is tod,
using equipment subject to U&
controls" and replied "no *tg
asked if he knew where Haddad
was getting his tank shells. H,
said he had no comment ot
what Haddad may have used j
the past" with respect ti
weapons on his possession. "I'i!
addressing onl\ thia incident, a
said.
Relgo. Inc.
Lebanese army controlled by the militia Haddad accused UNIFIL
Beirut government.
ACCORDING TO Arens. the
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But Willing to Date Them
Cornellians Ignorant About Jewish Students
Continued from Page 1A
rhe editor reported that some
the students surveyed had
kwn no Jews before coming to
rncll while some "knew aa
|ny as 50." Some were com-
eK ignorant about Judaism
fore attending Cornell, Weiner
W
student answered that
she had always disagreed
Jewish views" but, Weiner
Drted, that the student's only
Irce of information about Jews
i attendance at a Bar Mitzvah.
ITeiner also reported that most
of the responding students in-
dicated that their views about
Jews had not changed since
coming to the university but one
student admitted that "past ex-
perience with Jewish images was
one of hearsay and stereotype."
Once at Cornell, that student
discovered that Jews are not all
like they are pictured."
THE SURVEY Findings in-
dicated that "the most obvious
lack of knowledge" was in the
area of religion. Many students
simply ignored questions in the
survey on Judaism, while some
who did respond thought that
Judaism was based on a belief
that "Christ has yet to come to
Black Mayor Says
Jewish Kids Would
Bring U.S. Aid
Continued from Page 1-A
vor to exercise the responsi-
ly i hat is incumbent upon the
ler of citizens of the nation's
Ital "
A LETTER to Mayor
the Jewish Community
Jiicil of Greater Washington
that "as all the critics of
previous statements have
Iraied. your charges are
lonstrably false." The letter,
led by Council president. Bert
ii also said that "the Jewish
linunily deeply understands
I'tupathizes with your sense
|nguish and outrage at the
JiiN of young black children
|tlunla." Hut, the letter, con-
"what is most dis-
ting and upsetting about
latement is thai you have
.i moment of national an-
Iragedy, on* which
the verj <>i iaj faiiric of
:<> furlhei divide our
p ;;,, press wen-
thai R rj 'is i ol try-
.i\ i hat whites don i care
his i his
plion is that had thi j been
children, the federal
nmenl might have boen in-
I to provide the lielp laster
they did. He did not mean to
single out Jews. He meant if they
had been anybody and went on
to say if they had been anybody."
Declaring that "clearly this is
not a racial issue," a White
House source told the JTA,
"What we've done is un-
precedented. Clearly this (the
Atlanta killings) is a local matter.
We set a precedent by becoming
involved because this is such a
tragedy."
THE SOURCE noted that the
Administration a month ago
ullocated $1 million through the
Health and Human Services
Department and another $1.5
million last week for police and
other services in Mlanta. In
addition, the FBI assigned a
team to cooperate with the At-
lanta police and a task force was
set up under Vice President
George Bush who went to At-
lanta for a first hand assessment
for President Reagan, the source
aid
Some observers here felt that
Bern who is Black, was voicing
a feeling by others in the Black
community" thai the federal
government was slow to respond
to Atlanta Mayor Maynard
Jackson's request for help
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Religious Pluralism
Is it Possible in Israel Today?
By OIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Two leaders of the Conservative
movement in Judaism expressed
confidence here that the World
Zionist Organization can serve as
an efficient tool to bring about
religious pluralism in Israel.
Rabbis Seymour Cohen, presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Assembly,
and Mordecai Waxman, presi-
dent-elect of the World Council of
Synagogues, said in an interview
with the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that since the movement
for traditional Judaism joined the
WZO there are growing prospects
the organization will serve as a
mechanism to increase the under-
standing in Israel of the needs of
diaspora Jewry.
"In theory," said Waxman,
"the WZO is such a mechanism,
but presently it doesn't have th*
will or the spirit to work toward
this end." He expressed the hope
that the Conservatives' endorse-
ment of the Jerusalem Program
would speed up this process.
THE PLATFORM was adopt-
ed in an unprecedented con-
vention in Jerusalem of the two
main bodies of the Conservative
movement the World Council
of Synagogues and the Rabbi-
nical Assembly.
The delegates became indirect-
ly involved in the current election
campaign as Labor Party leaders
appeared before the convention
and promised to enact a law
which would guarantee religious
pluralism. However, both Wax-
man and Cohen did not sound too
optimistic about the prospects
for a dramatic change in the
status of Conservative Judaism
in Israel after the June 30
elections.
Both men rejected the notion
\ Three Die in Fire \
TEL AVIV (JTA) Three
people died and four were injured
in a fire which gutted a shoe
factory on the fourth floor of a
factory and workshop building in
the center of Haifa. Survivors
said a "massive blaze" broke out
without warning and the dead
workers were trapped under the
ceiling which had collapsed.
that the Conservative movement
has become a natural ally to the
Labor movement. "Our natural
ally is proper behavior by any-
body ,'' said Cohen.
As in the past, the main issue
of the two conventions which
took place earlier this month was
the acceptability of Conservative
Judaism in Israel. As in the past,
the Conservatives rejected the
notion that in order to change the
present situation the only
possible answer is massive aliya
of Conservative Jews. "There is a
matter of democratic principles,"
Waxman said. "We should not be
denied in Israel anything that is
given to us in the United States."
COHEN DECLARED bitter
ly: "The Chief Rabbinate in Is-
rael cannot decide who is a Jew or
the status of Jews elsewhere."
Waxman observed that "half of
organized Jewry in America, pro-
bably the bulk of Jews, perhaps
in the entire world, would endorse
religious pluralism in Israel."
Therefore, he noted, one cannot
accept the fact that what
amounts to a minority of Jews
(the Orthodox rabbinate) would
dictate the character of religious
life in Israel. Waxman added that
"we have no political alignments,
but we are products of a
democratic society. We are a
halachic movement. But the
Orthodox want only their hala-
chic principles to be accepted."
Both Waxman and Cohen a-
greed that the practical con-
clusion of the recent conventions
was that only through hard and
mainly practical work can the
situation be changed. This in-
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But things have changed, aT .ne
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consider aliya. only they need the
proper help and the proper in-
centives.
Waxman recalled a meeting
which took place after the Six-
Day War between a group of
Rabbinical Assembly leaders and
the late Premier Lcvi Eshkci and
Education Minister Zalman
Aran. The two Israelis were con-
fident that Jews would begin to
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The Conservatives were less
confident. "Aliya was not a part
of the political agenda at the
time," said Waxman.
NOW, however, things are
changing. Without the help of Is-
rael or the WZO there is a favor-
able atmosphere for aliya. "We
are in a new state," aid Waxman.
As the two Conservative leaders
put it. the motivation for aliya is
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People are more willing to try
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Both Waxman and Cohen
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them, said Waxman. The
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he said, such as growing divorce
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Hodge-Podge Called Education
Continued from Page 4-A
Ijection might we have heard
fstered then?
/e can only speculate about
it. but the wav in which Suoer-
endent Britton has reacted to
news from Washington
Dki- all of the ghosts that
int public education
^rywhere. When the funds
'. he warns, we will suffer a
fious decline in quality
ucation. This is something, he
Lies, that one of the nations
gest public school systems
i]i!\ should not have to
erate.
i'M TIRED of hearing this non
\uitur. Dade's may be one of
nation's largest school
hems, but it comes perilously
Be also to being one of the
st. Size and quality are not
same thing, and it is a
eption to suggest that they
Vnd what of the unanswered
^stion those two years down
line after next October, when
Latin student reimbursement
is were due to end in any
e? If the argument is that we
extra money for extra
nbers of kids who continue to
Ive here through no fault of
) own and whose responsibility
pe nation's to "educate," not
Dade County's, that is one
lg. But if the argument is
ility, that is quite another,
ticularly when there was so
cious little to begin with.
hese are issues which Super-
Indent Britton obscures by
iig them masquerade in the
J's cloak of a larger threat:
reduction in quality of educ-
^n in Dade County will result
mass exodus from the public
ol system. In essence,
its will sacrifice whatever
they must to get their children
out of a school system reduced to
multi-lingual baby-sitting, not to
teaching. (Nowhere does he say
that the condition would change
given that there were no exodus.)
PAROCHIAL school parents
will see in this statement of the
problem justification for their
glee that, courtesy of the Reagan
Administration, it is they who
will be reimbursed for removing
their children from the public
school system rather than the
schools themselves in their at-
tempt to open wide their arms
and copeAvith the county's influx
of essentially uneducables.
Instead, such parents should
feel shame for seeking solace at
the public trough for a choice
they have made in behalf of their
children on the basis of their own
convictions, religious or
otherwise. Why should everyone
else have to help them bear this
financial burden?
The answer will come in stut-
tering statements about the poor
aualitv of Dublic education. True.
And about its godlessness. Bah,
humbug. If the schools are poor,
and they are, it is not for the
want of God. It is for the want of
education. These are two very
different things.
All of which brings me to the
Reaganite campaign to return
God to the schools. Nowhere has
he said that this would improve
the low quality of public
education, and neither has
anyone else said it, stomping for
this very physical struggle to
attain a metaphysical thing.
IT IS AS if we are returning to
the miasma of medievalism once
more, where the poor are given
liberal doses of God instead of
assistance to become human a
modus operandi particularly dan-
Poll Shows Dayan Would
Hold Balance of Power
TEL AVIV (JTA) The latest public opinion poll
ved that former Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan would
the balance of power in the formation of a new coal-
government if he entered the election race at the
r- of a party of his own. The results of the poll,
llished in the Jerusalem Post, indicated the political
kation that would emerge if elections were to be held
instead of on June 30.
IT SHOWED a slight drop in support for the Labor
tnment 43.5 percent, down from 48.6 percent in the
Wary-February period and a slight gain for Likud,
ph would win 20.6 percent of the vote, up from 16.9
mat in the last two months.
I The poll indicated that a list headed by Dayan would
Labor more than Likud. A Dayan faction would win
Knesset seats with 15.4 percent of the vote, reducing
fr to 45 seats with a 37.6 percent share of the vote, the
[showed. It would still lead Likud which would win 20
with a 16.7 share of the vote.
Debunks Myth Of
Hitler as Leader
Who Was Efficient
gerous when applied to the Latin
indigents flooding our
schools, who are victims of
medievalism to begin with.
In this regard, one is en-
couraged to link the Reagan
campaign for prayer in the
classroom with his brave leader-
ship of the troops against
abortion. Judging by my own ex-
perience with the mass of func-
tionally illiterate young people
today, I have a hunch that,
without the right to elective
abortion, let alone federal assi-
stance to the poor to have them,
we will need prayer in the
classroom, if nothing else.
Could this be what the Presi-
dent and his corps of Darwin-
haters mean by their support of
instruction in creationism?
I HAVE already said that
these various facets of public ed-
ucation as perceived in the
national eye are essentially
unrelated to one another. Except
perhaps that there is at least a
growing consensus among us
about our crisis in education.
America is becoming an untu-
tored, uncivilized, violence-
enamored people.
But that is an entirely different
matter one with which we will
never come to grips so long as we
consult only professional
education theorists and admin-
istrators on how to deal with the
problem. Somehow, teachers
themselves are either reviled or
ignored.
That is like consulting onlv the
President and Congressmen on
the disaffections of the nation,
never the ordinary citizen whose
establishment, after all, the
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unit, merely a sum of the
Ministries.
And individual Ministers often
found it difficult to get Hitler to
sign legislation they had drafted,
such was his fear of respon-
sibility.
HITLER WAS a man of
sudden visions, not a decisive,
coolly planning statesman such
as soldiers admire. His secret was
his unpredictability.
Maser quotes two instances of
state criminality, the enthansia
program and the final solution of
the Jewish problem, in which
Hitler gave the orders but left
their execution to others.
It was as if he was showing the
responsibility away from himself
on to somebody else. The Fuhrer
did not want to hear about the
details.
Maser shows that this style of
leadership made the issuing of
written orders for the final
solution an impossibility.
The decision to eliminate all
Jews in German-occupied
countries came in a secret con-
versation with Heinrich Him-
mler, SS Reichsfuhrer.
With strict institutions to
secrecy, Himmler was assigned
thesk of carrying out the final
solution.
HITLER THEREBY so to
speak washed his hands of the
I horror on the act. He wanted to
hear no more about it.
But he knew perfectly well
what he was doing, as his answer
to Field Marshal Keitel proves.
Keitels enquired about rumors
about the murder of Jews.
Hitler told him this had
nothing to do with the Mehr-
macht, and he did not want to
involve it in the matter. A
revealing admission!
The idea that Hitler was for a
long time completely ignorant of
the final solution is naive.
Himmler would never have
dreamed at that time, November
1941, on starting such a major
action without the Fuhrer's
knowledge.
MASER PAINTS a picture of
a man who had dreamed of being
a Bohemian artist, who had
always hated regular work and
was therefore incapable of
governing properly.
Historical circumstances and
an era in which the former ruling
elite was disoriented, brought
him to the top, as well, of course,
as his remarkable gift for
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Press for Meet With Reagan on Human Rights
[By DAVID FRIEDMAN
to hundred additional
ieious leaders have
ped in a human rights
heal to President Reagan
have joined with the
original signers in
sanding a meeting with
President to express
feir concern over the U.S.
icy on human rights.
he initial appeal sent last
17 was answered by Richard
r, who is now the President s
ant for National Security
|irs. with a brief note
taking the group for keeping
.L?n president elect informed
r concerns._______________
BUT SISTER Blaise Lupo, a
Maryknoll nun and co-director of
Clergy and Laity Concerned
which is coordinating the effort,
said Allen's reply "was tan-
tamount to a dismissal of the
moral concerns of religious
leaders who represent the
broadest range of political
persuasion in the religious com-
munity. It further ignores the
significant constituency whose
concerns the signers represent. I
don't know of any other issue on
which such leadership has been
so united."
The signers of the letter to
Reagan include the president or
chief executive officer of nearly
every major religious body in the
United States, according to the
coordinators. Among the 200 new
signers are Dr. Bailey Smith,
president of the Southern Baptist
Convention; Rabbi Alexander
Sell i in Hit, president of .the Union
of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and Rabbi Jerome
Malino, president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
The letter, in which the group
requested a meeting with Reagan
noted that since the open letter
was sent in December, "many
more violations of human rights
have occurred, especially in El
Salvador. Many of these might
have been averted had you
spoken out as the signers
requested."
THE RELIGIOUS leaders
told Reagan that "we oppose
human rights violations wherever
they occur, whether in Com-
munist, capitalist, socialist or
mixed-economy countries. We are
strongly concerned about human
rights in Afghanistan and
Cambodia, and about religious
liberty in the Soviet Union.
"In this statement, however,
we are particularly concerned
about nations where the United
States has extensive economic,
political and military in-
volvement. This gives us in-
fluence whether we want it or not,
and therefore, a greater
responsibility. They are also
nations where your (Reagan) own
position in human rights is
already being assessed with great
interest."
Meanwhile, the Workmen's
Circle, the national Jewish labor
fraternal organization, has urged
Reagan to withdraw the name of
Ernest Lefever as Assistant
Secretary of State for Human
Rights and Humanitarian
Affairs. In a letter to the Pres-
ident, Israel Kluger, Workmen's
Circle president, and Nathan
Peskin, its executive director,
noted that Lefever has apposed
American human rights policies.
"TO CARICATURE
American foreign policy by in-
stalling a person who sneers at
our concern for human rights is
hardly demonstrating that our
anti-totalitarian concerns are
genuine." they said. "We cannot,
on one hand, rightfully condemn
Soviet abuses and, on the other,
cover up similar abuses in other
nations no matter how
strategically friendly."
The Workmen's Circle leaders
added: "Haven't we learned the
lessons of Auschwitz, Dachau,
the Soviet Gulags, the Latin
American dungeons and of all of
the infamous tortures totalitar-
ians design to crush democratic
opposition?" They said "this is
no moment in history to permit
the luxury of waiting" for
Lefever to learn this lesson.
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Cult Hot-Line in Miami
Concerned Parents Urged to Mobilize
Continued from Page l*A
airman of Concerned Citizens
jainst Cults.
Mat is a cult?
cult is led by a charismatic
u authoritarian leader, It de-
Lnds blind allegiance and total
jience. It has tenuous con-
ctions with organized religious
I accepted faiths. The cult also
Lumes control of an indi-
La|s mind and actions. It
|ls for a break with previous
ily :inrl social relations. The
t iimits use of free will and
Ive-iwiit. It recruits through
locent. deceptive and un-
ipecting entrapment. It calls
personal resources to be
ned over to the group. A cult
tiatently uses every aspect of
pagoguery. It also places un-
I emphasis on the devil and the
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labbi Gross
demonic. Not every cult group
fits every one of these descrip-
tions, but if a group fits six or
seven of them, know for sure that
it is a dangerous cult.
How serious is the cult
problem ?
Cults are a very grave problem
to the community. Experts in the
field claim that there are about
3,000 4,000 cults in the United
States. These include the Large
ones with tens of thousands of
innocent victims, as well as small
groups with less than ten adults.
The estimation is that there are
at least 4 million young people
between the ages of 17 to 35
trapped in these cults. It is said
that there are about 150,000
young Jewish men and women
involved with cults. This figure
varies with the intensity of cult
recruitment in any given area.
How widespread are the cult
programs?
There is no area in our country
that is free from cult infiltration.
We have found them operating in
small communities, as well as in
large cities, especially in college
areas and near industrial sites.
Wherever there are people, cult
recruiters prepare their nefarious
plan and start out to entrap the
innocent. We have substantial
evidence that cults have also in-
vaded many foreign countries.
They cleverly contrive to suit
their program to the area they
operate in.
Why are cults considered
dangerous?
Cult? use a system of mind-
control techniques and deceit.
rahrtzeit9Service Tuesday
For Rabbi Gross
[mortal service to mark the
Yahrtzeil of the late Rabbi
under S. Gross will be held in
Hebrew Academy
litorium on Tuesday evening,
! at 7::i0p.m.
LiMii Mini Wein. former spir-
II leader of Beth Israel Con-
dition, and executive director
I 'nu.n of Orthodox Rabbis,
be featured speaker.
Imour I. Eisenberg is
man of the memorial
|ing
lid Eisenberg "For the first
in its 33 years, our school
ihanged its name. We are
ihe Rabbi Alexander S.
s Hebrew Academy. The
h tells us that because
name was fitting and true,
j name shall last forever.
fn adding to the name of our
>1 the name of Rabbi Gross,
Ire forever blending into our
M i he beauty and greatness
|was Rabbi Gross."
was in 1947 that Rabbi
Is assisted in the establish-
of the Hebrew Academy,
as its spiritual and
scholastic founder, Rabbi Gross
met with community leaders
interested in the project. In
January. 1948. Rabbi Gross tool;
over as full-time principal and
director.
Eisenberg recalls that "the
going wasn't easy. There was
bitter opposition from many
residents and property owners.
Educating the population to this
type of school took much conver-
sation and persuasion.
"NOW AFTER 33 years in
existence, not only the Hebrew
Academy's physical growth, but
its spiritual growth and its
importance to the community
have proved to parents that their
children will receive the finest
religious and English education
available, and that their children
will be embued with high moral
values in addition to an education
making them eligible for entrance
in virtually any college or univer-
sity of their choice."
The Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy is accredited
on all levels of the Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools.
Even the so-called "religious"
cults are better described as
politkal and even para-military
in nature. Once the cults brain-
wash the new recruit, they fill the
mind with a hodge-podge of phi-
losophies, principles and ideas.
The sum total of all this effect is
to make the entrapped individual
a meek, willing slave to do the
bidding of the master.
If four million youth of the
next generation have become
non-questionning zombies, what
future can we expect for the con-
tinued progress of a democratic
America? In addition to destroy-
ing the minds of these young
people, they physically deterio-
rate as well. Ex-cult members
have given ample testimony
about the studied cult process to
deny members their physical
needs so that their will-power will
be weakened. The strong cult
masters can manipulate the frail
minded-raped victim to their own
advantage.
Why do people get involved in
cults?
No one is immune to the
danger of cult take-over. The
trained cult recruiter looks for the
lonely, unhappy, disappointed
and discouraged individual.
There are so many of us who at
one time or another fall into these
categories that the danger is al-
ways imminent. Cults set up the
unsuspecting with "love-hound-
ing" and delusions of "self-
importance." They promise that
the cult life will bring them
"answers t all their problems by
teaching them how to cope with
life." They deceptively offer a
substitute family and a complete
support system.
How have cults become so
strong?
Cults recruit on college cam-
puses, near vacation areas for
youth, at rock concerts, etc. In
these type of situations, young
people are vulnerable to loneli-
ness and disappointment. Cults
lake advantage of them and en-
trap them by offering to "make
all decisions for them." These re-
cruits are then sent out to beg,
borrow or steal from their own
families, as well as from the
public at large. It is a known fact
that the cult f'oups have
amassed resources in the hun-
dreds of millions of dollars.
This ill-conceived wealth in it-
self gives a cult power. It is tax-
exempt because our government
leaders lack the courage to set up
proper guidelines to differentiate
between valid religious charities
and these destructive cults that
hide behind a pseudo-religious
front. The dangerous growth of
these cults is further enhanced by
the many front-organizations and
businesses they use. They use the
unsuspecting public all the time,
using the free slave labor of their
cult zombies.
How can we avoid becoming
entrapped by cults?
We must be wary of new-
comers who offer to make every-
thing "good" for us. Students es-
pecially should be reminded that
Continued on Page 5-B
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Kami Beach Hebrew Home for the Aged will expand and the/V"f ^"j*>
at its satellite facility which provides congregate housing W^W;
trie care for abu'sed and asthmatic childredn. Groundbreaking mil take PJff*"gfi'
fory addition. Construction will add two floors to an existing facihty at 1800 NE 168th At.
I complete, it will add facilities for 212 elderly.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin presents Sen. Paula Hawkins with in-
formation as she prepares for her new position as a chairman of
Operation Recognition.
Sen. Hawkins to Co-Chair
Magen David Adorn Battle
WASHINGTON U.S. Sen.
Paula Hawkins (R.. Fla.) has
been named a chairman of the
United States Committee to se-
cure recognition of Israel's Star
of David as an official symbol of
the International Red Cross.
"I am honored to have been
chosen for such an important
position in this organization, and
I am proud to be affiliated with a
cause as worthwhile as Operation
Recognition," Sen Hawkins said.
OPERATION Recognition is a
worldwide effort to obtain inter-
national Red Cross recognition of
the Red Star of David Magen
David Adorn.
Since 1948, several attempts
have been made to include the
Society of Israel, an emergency
public health service in Israel, in
the membership of the League of
Red Cross Societies.
Rabbi Rubin Dobin, inter-
national chairman of Operation
Recognition, said the Israeli
organization has been denied
admission to the international
organization because it refuses to
accept the Christian symbol of
the Red Cross.
This, he said, is despite the fact
that Geneva Red Cross officials
admit Israel meets nine of the ten
criteria for admission.
"THERE IS a major inconsis-
tency in this denial for admis-
sion," Sen. Hawkins said, noting
that other countries have been
allowed to adopt their own
symbols.
"As a chairman of Operation
Recognition. I will do my best to
see that this decision affecting
Israel is reversed, so that the Red
Shield of David will be recognized
by the International Red Cross,"
she saiH
Hazel Cypen "cuts the ribbon" to open Irving Cypen Tower.
Onlookers are: (left to right) Judge Cypen; Dr. Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanu-El, who participated in the program by affixing the
mezuzah to the door, and Fred D. Hirt, executive director of the
Home.
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Miarru.-Florida Friday, March 27, 1961
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Frist Lady Adele Graham
Tours Senior Citizen Sites
Adele Graham, first lady of the
State of Florida, and deeply in-
volved in programs for the elder-
ly state-wide, toured three of th<
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's senior citizei
service programs on March 17,
with Harry A. (Hap( Levy, presi-
dent GMJF, Elaine Bloom,
chairwoman. GMJF's committee
on services to the elderly, and
other community leaders.
The tours began with a visit to
the Jewish Vocational Serviced
nutrition program located on
Miami Beach. Mrs. Graham
talked with senior citizens while
they enjoyed a hot meal. GMJF
helps provide 1.600 of these
kosher and congregate meals
distributed daily. The services of
the JVS homemaker and home
health aide program, known as
higher horizons are also co-
ordinated at the nutrition pro-
gram site.
The tour continued to the
South Beach Activities Center of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, on Miami
Beach. The Activity Center
serves over 2,000 elderly resi-
dents of South Miami Beach with
a full range of social, educational,
recreational and cultural pro-
grams, as well as serving as a
meal site for the JVS Nutrition
Project.
Mrs. Graham participated in a
question and answer discussion
and spoke of her and the
Governor's pledge for continued
support of Federation's model
programs.
The last stop on the tour was
Federation Towers, a 114 unit
apartment house located on
Miami Beach. Federation Towers
was designed especially for the
elderly. The 150 low-income resi-
PtulBUu
mikes the
Through his work for the"
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, he has made te
important difference in t>-
quality of hfe for elderly jl
inourcommunityand
dlsadvantaged children m
Israel
T(ro.T At the presentation of Adele Grahams 2.000 J^^W-JJ^JJ
pltuJ (left to right,: David Fleeman vfa P*%%%
Federation Housing; Mrs. Graham. F,rst Lady WAiTSg*
Temple Judea declared Feb. 27,
Norman Feldman Sabbath,
Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat
stated. "It is a great joy to be
Bloom, chairwoman, committee on services
dents pay no more than 25
percent of their monthly income
lor rent. A full range of activities
and educational programs are
provided.
Mrs. Graham, escorted by
David Fleeman. vice president of
Regina Balin
Sings At
Oneg Shabbat
The Pinski Club plans an Oneg
Shabbot on March 28th. 1 p.m.,
at the Ida Fisher School Cafe-
teria.
L. Lasavin. author and lec-
turer, will speak on the Yiddish
poet. Abraham Liessin: Regina
Balin. folk singer, will entertain
with a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs: selections from
Yiddish literature will be read by
Mrs. Fogelgarn.
Refreshments served, and the
public is invited.
Rabbi Slmca Fmdwiin
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Loula Ledermsn
Rabbi Max Llpachltz
Rabbi Ralph Qlixman
Rabbi Shimon Azulay
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Rabbi Euoana Labovttz
Rabbi Nathan ZwHman
Rabbi Norman Shapiro
RabNZavLaff
Rabbi Samoa! Jaffa
Rabbi Morton Malavaky
Abraham Qrttelaon
Rabbi Amram Amaalam
Rabbi Dov Rozoncwatg
Or. Norman Bloom
RogarOauar
JayOarmor
David Dobln
Gary Epatain
Rabbi Avraham Fauar
Rabbi Seymour Friedman
Eugena Qraanzwoig
Rabbi Davtd LahrfMd
Rabbi Monacham Raab
Daniel Ratter
Rabbi Harold Richtar
TadBodln
Rabbi Solomon Sehfff
Barry Schraiber
Rabbi Albert Schwartz
Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro
Rabbi Stanley Waiaa
Judga Stuart Simon
JodgaAdetaFaaka
Cantor Zl Adlar
Murray Berkowftz
TlborHouo
Rabbi Ralph Carml
Dr. Joel Oannla
Oeorga FaMankrete
Perry Ka ye
Murry Koretzky
NtchoUa Moriay
Judga Sidney Segall
Peter Qoidring
lonaph H. KantaK
Albert Oaaip
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What Do Those Pepole Have In Common?
They Have All Chosen The
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy
For Their Children's Education
The
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy
Has Made A Difference In This Community
For 33 Years!
Registration Now In Progress:
Early Childhood Program
Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Inquiries: 532-6421
The Rabbi Alexander 8. Gross Hebrew Academy la fuMy accredftod
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Jewish Federation Housing. Inc..
observed Federation Towers'
many facilities and amenities as
well as a typical apartment. She
addressed the residents and
spoke of her "special efforts on
behalf of senior citizens who
haven't been as fortunate."
Hap Levy presented Mrs. Gra-
ham with a 2.000 year-old an-
tiquity excavated from the soil of
modern Israel, and along with
thanks from Elaine Bloom, the
afternoon's tour drew to a close.
the printing business, upon hi*
retirement, started helping out in
the temple office, assisting in
posters for temple activities. In
the library, where he studied
regularly, he began helping the
librarian with her duties. He
became active with the Ritual
committee and took it upon
himself to arrange for the host
and hostess for each Friday
evening. During 13 years with
Temple Judea he has served on
many committees, been an officer
in the Men's Club, a member of
the board of trustees.
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Jewish Federation
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Jewish Appeal-
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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 regrading 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 rehabilitation of empty
space, barren space the conquest of the desert,
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I vou can trust. Be street-
( i,d do not accept every-
. at face value. If you have
[doubts or suspicions, ask
ons about the group.
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,ofcult$?
nmunities should become
to the cult everpraeent
r Concerned Pre?ta
i not try to hide the fact
t child has become involved,
[involvement ia a serioua
sickness help is available and
should be sought as quickly as
possible. Anti-cult groups are lo-
cated in many parts of the
country; and they are ready to
help in many ways. We must in-
sist that our elected officials in-
vestigate the cult dangers and
prepare some suitable legislation
to control and eradicate it
Why an cults stressing nU-
gious valuta?
Youth have not been properly
prepared to appreciate the value
and richness of our religious tra-
ditions. They truly are seeking
roots. While they are seeking
religious values for guidance and
support, the cults deceive them,
entrap them and offer an immedi-
ate solution to the dilemmas of
life. The cults offer the young
adult what the home, community
and faith have failed to provide.
Young people want to know
where faith fits into their every-
day lives. If the community does
not give the answers, the cults
will surely provide their own
dangerous way.
What do parents say about
culuT
When parents find that their
young son or daughter has be-
come enamored ot a cult they go
through various states of in-
credulity. They cannot under-
stand how their bright, loving,
worldly child has become such a
zombie in so short a time. In
addition to going through bouts
of self-guilt, they lash out at all
about them to place blame.
Parents then begin to realize that
it is too late Tor this type of
exercise.
We try to explain to the par-
ents that their son-daughter is
not the same person who left the
safety of their house several
years back. Rescue efforts have
to be started along the few legal
routes available. Tormented
parents question the inability
and disinterest of community
leaders and public officials.
They rightfully cannot under-
stand why the First Amendment
protects destructive cult organi-
zations. They begin to realize
that our young people are asking
Judaism to help them in a daily
practical way. Our young people
will ask only for so long a time
then they will seek their answers
elsewhere even at the feet of
the cult master. Will we hear the
cries of our young people in tune?
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rabbinical activity. Is interested
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Boy Town in Jerusalem
Tribute Dinner Held
Anna Mae Ross Elected To
NCJW National Board
Chai Founders and major sup-|
porters of Boys Town in Jeru-j
salem. were guests at a recentj
Miami Beach dinner, according
to Sidney Cooperman, chairman
of the Southeast Florida Friends
of BTJ. Hosts were Ira and
Tamara Guilden and Ed and
Rhona Libov.
Guilden, president of American
Friends of BTJ, and Libov,
chairman, said, "It is a way of
saying 'thanks' to men and
women who have done so much of
the years in building the Boys
Town School."
Both Guilden and Libov de-
scribed a "mission" to BTJ last
Fall by more than 40 Jewish
leaders from many parts of the
country. A film account of that
mission was shown. Louis
Levine, who several months ago
had been designated "Chai Foun-
der of the Year." also spoke.
BTJ provides 1,430 poor and
talented youth, 12 to 20 years of
age, from all parts of the country,
with a comprehensive program of
academic, technical and religious
studies. The training facilities in
sophisticated industrial skills at
the modern BTJ campus, are said
to be "among the finest of their
kind in the world."
Among those present were
Sidney Cooperman, (left)
chairman of the Southeasti
Florida Friends of Boys Town in
Jerusalem, discusses the latest
developments at the Israeli
school with Herbert Zimmerman,
a Boys Town Chai Founder.
Shepard and Ruth Broad; Frank
Beckerman; Gary and Rose
Bernstein; Joseph M. and
Dorothy Drexler; Sol and Ger-
trude Entin; Nathan Epstein;
Dr. Stanley and Marion
Frehling; Martin and Helen
Kaltman; Abraham and Valarie
Landau and Ben and Dorothy
Millstein.
Also, David and Freda
Mishan; Sidney and Iris Poland;
Nathan and Phyllis Pritcher; Eve
Satz; Judge Herbert and Ruth
Shapiro; MUton and Iris
Shlansky; Nathan and Evelyn
Slewett; Max and Mollie Ver ./
and MUton M. and Sally
Winograd.
Those at the party, who re-
presented two generations of
Chai Founders of Boys Town
Jerusalem, included Philip and
Sarah Belz; Jerome and Dolly
Bienenfeld; Louis and Esther
Levine; Ruth Popick; Bess and
Paul Sigel and Herbert and
Evelyn Zimmerman.
those present were Satz; Judge Herb
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At the recent national con-
vention of the National Council of
Jewish Women held in Louisville,
Ky., Anna Mae Ross was elected
to the national board.
Ms. Ross has held many
positions in the Greater Miami
Section including vice-president
of public affairs. She currently
serves as State Public Affairs
chairwoman, coordinating the
advocacy efforts of the 20 NCJW
sections in the State of Florida.
She is also responsible for
arranging NCJWs annual Talla-
hassee Institute, a three day
work and study session in which
delegates from the State convene
in the state capitol to discuss
current priority issues with the
Governor and legislators-
Ms. Ross also chairs the
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tee.
Cong. Dante Fascell Adds Support
To Solidarity Sunday
Russell L. Ray, Jr. Eastern
Airlines senior vice-president
marketing, will be honored by the
Florida Thousand Committee of
the Anti-Defamation League s
Society of Fellows, on Thursday
evening. May '. at an
Americanism award dinner at the
Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel. This
announcement was made by-
Robert Adler. chairman of the
Florida Thousand and Arthur
Pearlman. State chairman of the
Society of Fellows. Serving as
dinner chairman is Stewart P.
Thomas, general manager-South
Florida Group of Sears. Roebuck
and Company.
Congressman Dante Fascell
(D., Flat has joined in sponsor-
ing a resolut ion in the U.S. House
of Representatives expressing
i-ongressional support for "Soli-
darity Sunday." a major rally
showing concern for Soviet Jews.
Solidarity Sunday will take
place on May 31 and is the
largest single event held in the
nation supporting Soviet Jewry.
The House resolution calls on
the Soviet Union to remove all
emigration barriers and to "in-
sure the free exercise of religious
beliefs and cultural expression."
Fascell. a high-ranking mem-
ber of the House Foreign Affairs
committee and chairman of the
commission on security and co-
operation in Europe, noted that
we have real cause for concern
because recent evidence shows an
alarming increase in human

rights violat.ons against Son
Jews."
He noted thai -the numbed
Soviet Jew* permittai
emigrate in 1980 was 58
lower than in i!l79. although,
unknown reasons, there has
a sudden reversal ofpolkvJ
more Jews have been gna
exit visas in recent months
"The point i-." Fascel
"that Soviet policy is enin(
arbitrary and changes from
to week. It has nevareoa
followed the principles of
Helsinki accords with respst
human right* We must co:
to put publii pressure on
Soviets through events son
Solidarity Sunc.^
The South Florida Repi
tives ha- been repaidf
honored for hi* efforts inbeWi
human right-
Do
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You Support
DENT REAGAN
in his program for ECONOMIC RECOVERY?
U.S. SENATOR
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HAWKINS
wants to know.
Please fill out coupon and
mail to:
U. S. Senator Paula Hawkins
P. O. Box 2000
Winter Park, Florida 32790
Name: _
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D YES, I support President Reagan's economic program.
D YES, I support the President's program on these points:
Individual income tax cuts of 10% a year for three yean.
Business tax cuts and accelerated depreciation schedules.
Cut $41.4 billion from the federal budget in 1982.
Balance the federal budget and eliminate the national debt.
Roll back federal funding of unnecessary government programs.
Eliminate bureaucratic waste and over-regulation.
Increase defense spending to strengthen our national security
Return more authority to the States to allocate federal funds.
Limit federal spending to a percentage of the ONP by law.
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*Jen i itfir riff it n
Page 7-FJ
On Achieving Greatness
.kauri
By RABBI
DR. AKIVA BRILLIANT
Spiritual leader of
Temple Zamora of
Coral Gables
We have just celebrated the
diday of Purim and will soon
ilehrale the Passover holiday.
,lh these holidays bring to
ind challenges to our very
istence as Jews, whether it be
the hands of a Haman or a
roan and their supporters. To
js day, we are being challenged
a host of anti-Semites
iughout the world seeking to
int; in end to our very
Istence as Jews, but to no
ail
Arnold Toynbee. the reknown
it ish historian, pointed out
at nations either succumb or
mini' cvvrn greater in the lace
!,, rsity We, the Jewish
buk' have and still do face ad-
|i~n\ and have not succumed
II Ii.im In-come, it terms of our
I number, one of the greatest
ntriliutors to the human scene.
jrhaps in part owing to our
tcessful response to the chal-
iri". "I life.
3ES THIS mean to say that
latnesa can* be achieved, as
jie have suggested, only by our
Bg challengedO Must we have
ii Semites in this world to
ng out the best in us. I would
I not. for in reality all of us, to
ying degrees, do have the
11::. by virtue of living, to
Heve greatness. As a rabbi. I
know I cannot become a Moses or
even my namesake, the famous
Rabbi Akiva.
Not every doctor can become a
DeBakey or a Cooley. Not every
lawyer can become a Holmes or a
Brandeis. Nevertheless aH of us.
in our own way. can become great
without the need for adversity to
prod us into greatness.
Our Bible points out that we
are all created in the image of
God. yet we know that there are
not any two human beings alike.
That, the sages say. is one of the
supreme mysteries of divine
creation. Greatness for us can
simply mean the privilege of ex-
pressing what is unique about us
making that expression our con-
t ribution to the life of the world.
IN THE Chasidic tradition, we
find the story of Zusya of
Hanipol, who was reported to
have said that on Judgment Day.
God will ask me. not why I
wasn't a Moses, an Isaiah or an
Akiva. He will ask me why I
wasn't a Zusya. In other words,
we are not responsible to be that
which were never intended to be.
but rather that which we can be,
expressing the talents which God
has placed within us for the
benefit of the world. For us, this
is greatness, and we don't need a
Haman or a Pharaoh to bring it
out.
Such then is the prescription
for greatness. Each of us has a
task in this world. Whatever our
task may be, let us accept it and
perform it to the best of our
ability, for as the poet stated:
"There is need of the tiniest
candle as well as the garish sun;
The humbles' deed is ennobled
when it is worthily done.
Don't spurn to be a rushlight
because you are not a star
But brighten some bit of dark-
ness by shining just where you
are."
Alfred Feingold, MD, was named
chief of the anesthesiology de-
Partment at Cedars of Lebanon
Health Care Center. He was re-
cently installed as president of
the South Florida Society of
Anesthesiologists. Dr. Feingold,
a Coral Gables resident, is a
member of the American Society
of Anesthesiologists, Dade
County Medical Ass'n., Florida
Medical Ass'n. and the Interna-
tional Anesthesia Research
Society.
dermatology Dep't.At UM Medical Marks 25 Years
|The Department of Derma-
ogy. University of Miami
khool of Medicine, will hold its
ver anniversary scientific
ogram, "Advances in the
lience and Practice of Derma
bgy," March 27-29, at the
Breton Bal Harbour Hotel.
More than 150 dermatologists
bin every continent will parti-
late in the program. The inter-
tional speakers list of more
an 36 doctors of medicine and
fctors of philosophy includes at
Jst M chairmen of department
dermatology, as well a.'
sent and past chiefs of the
ftional Institutes of Health
k> either trained at the Univer
of Miami or taught on the
ilulu .it sometime.
During the past 25 years, the
dermatology department at the
UM medical school has trained
111 dermatologists and 39
research scientists, and has
taught 2.300 medical students.
Fifteen of the students have
earned the PhD degree.
Under the chairmanship of
Harvey Blank, MD. since it first
opened, the department has
pioneered in skin research.
In addition to the scientific
program, there will be two special
events highlighting the depart-
ment's anniversary. Friday, from
3 to 5 p.m., there will be an
alumni gathering at the Univer-
sity of Miami-Jackson Memorial
Medical Center, including tours
and a party.
The celebration dinner, will be
at 7 p.m., Saturday, at Indian
Spring, home of Dr. Walter P.
Garst.
The banquet will kickoff a
silver anniversary campaign to
raise funds foi the department.
Dr. Blank said. "The most im-
portant element in education for
leadership and scientific advance
is faculty. Now when the need for
sophisticated, highly qualified
faculty has never been greater,
when new areas of research are
Ugging for investigators, funds
to attract the gifted teacher-
researcher are critical.
Endowment has become a critical
factor in determining excellence
in medical education, research
and patient care."
Declare Your Own Family Holiday
For Empire Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks
M I FFLINTON Empire Kosher Foods reminds you that a
family doesn't have to wait for the traditional holiday months to
enjoy a festive feast of Empire's quality turkeys, young ducks
and roasting chickens.
"If you have to have a holiday atmosphere, declare a personal,
annual holiday of your own." said Murray L. Katz. Empire's
President.
"Bring out a couple of candles for the table. Put a rose in a
bud vase and threat yourselves to a new. unexpected family
holiday to celebrate. Wasn't April 7th the day you had that first
date with that someone special? Isn't May 12th the anniversary
of that unforgettably marvelous trip you took? Doesn't June
2.r)th sound like a good date to start celebrating something?
Wasn't July 15th the day you burned the mortgage?
"Every Sunday, of course, is a good time for a weekly family
celebration," Katz commented. "Call it Empire Sunday because
there's absolutely no better way to do it up right than with
Empire's specially grown, tender, tasty turkeys, young ducks
and roasting chickens."
Empire has become world famous through its highest quality
kosher poultry, turkeys and ducks.
"Three generations of offering the best in kosher poultry
the finest poultry that is always strictly kosher, that's what
Empire's all about," Katz stated.
Empire is the world's largest producer of frozen kosher foods,
with a wide variety of over 75 kosher products. If Empire isn't
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Frday, March 27. j
Pioneer Women Council
Annual Donor Luncheon
Mount Sinai Begins Blood
Bank Building Construction
Annual donor luncheon of the.
Pioneer Women Council of South|
Florida, embracing some 25
chapters and clubs in Dade and
Rroward counties, will be held
Sunday, April 5, at 12 noon in the
grand ballroom of the Deauville
Hotel.
Some 1,300 persons are expect-
ed to attend, according to council
president Harriet Green.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made at the offices of the
Pioneer Women.
Principal speaker at the event
will be Dr. Robert R. Friedman of
Haifa University in Israel. Prof.
Friedman, who is completing
post-doctoral work at the
University of Wisconsin in Madi-
son, is academic director of the
Tel-Hai Social Work Program at
Haifa University.
He will discuss the role of
Na'amat, Pioneer Women's sister
organization in Israel.
Israeli Singer
Will Entertain
Technion Unit
Miami Beach Chapter,
Women's Division, American
Technion Society, will hold its
scholarship luncheon meeting on
Thursday. April 9 at the Mont-
martre Hotel, at 12 noon.
Entertainment for the after-
noon will feature Robin Turetsky.
Israeli folk singer.
For reservations, call Dorothy
Arthur or Jean Zaben.
Seen at an early dress rehearsal
of the Neil Simon comedy,
"God's Favorite," are Erma
Podvin, (left) who has a lead role,
and Trixie Levin, director. The
play, presented by the Temple
Emanu-El Players, will be held in
the Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El March 25 and
26. Tickets are available at the
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Histadrut Seder Dedicated
To 60th Anniversary
The 1981 Histadrut Third
Seder will be dedicated to the
60th anniversary of Histadrut in
Israel. Announcement of the
Seder and anniversary
celebration was made by Council
President Morris Newmark, and
Moe Levin, chairman of the
board of directors. The affair will
be held at the Konover Hotel on
Tuesday. Apr. 21.
A special "Seder Hagadah"
program featuring Cantor Moshe
Friedler, conducted by maestro
Shmule Fershko, will precede the
evening program.
Bernard B. Jacobson. exec-
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Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Auxiliary 174 of the Jewish War
Veterans was to hold their annual
fund raising treasure dig night on
the evening of Thursday, March
26 at the Israelite Center Temple.
For the social meeting on
Monday, at 1 p.m.. at the Sylva
G. Martin Senior Citizen Center,
a book review on "Horowitz and
Mrs. Washington" wili be given
by Mrs. Betty Friedman.
Refreshments will be served at
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Auxiliary president is Claire
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1948. the government assumed
many of the functions that had
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became the Israel Army. The
small fleet of ragged vessels that
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held Sunday, at the Lehrman
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Mount Sinai Medical Center of
Greater Miami has started
construction of the Olivia and
Louis Hand Blood Bank, the only
all-voluntary blood bank in Dade
County. Ceremonies were held
March 16, at the blood bank site.
The new building, located ad-
jacent to the Main Building
entrance, will allow the blood
bank to serve donors and
patients in more modern,
comfortable facilities, since it will
have 3.700 square feet.
New areas in the blood bank
include an isolation room
blood,
area for
ing of white blood cells,
be the only leukocyte
laboratory in Dad-
County and will be used for
general diagnostic purposes.
aj
"The additional
modernization has ,,<. .
needed." said Dr. TSjft
Jywhn. medical director of 1
department of pathology 3
laboratory medicine, adding hS
to be able to attract and haX
more volunteer donors and toj
able to provide the best poJ
services to our patients in tS
modernized facility."
The new blood bank buildin,-
part of an expansion of tbt k
boratory and pathology deMrt
ment at Mount Sinai' Medial
Center. The second floor of tk.
building, with an additional 3 200
square feet will allow storage of
machinery and files. ThT old
blood bank space will permita
pansion of the hospital's micro.
biology and histology section,
which are currently adjacent I
the existing blood bank.
Dr. Rob't Gordis Breakfast Guest
Perry Fabian. Brotherhood
President of Temple Beth
Sholom. has announced that the
next monthly Brotherhood
breakfast will be held on Sunday.
at 1(130 a.m. at the temple.
Aaron Farr. program chair-
man, will introduce the guest
speaker, biblical scholar, author
and lecturer, Dr. Robert Gordis,
who will speak on, "Social,
Economic and Political Ideals of
Judaism."
l)r Gordis is the Meyer and
Fannie Rapaport professor in the
Philosophy of Religion at the
Temple Sinai's
Spring Musical
Festival Set
On Sunday. March 29th. the
M\th annual spring Music
Festival will be presented at
Temple Sinai of North Dade at
T:i0p.m.
\ variety of music will be
offered, including liturgical,
Hebrew. Israeli. Chassidic and
musical comedy. Featured in the
program will lie the adult and
youth choirs, the Sinai instru-
mental ensemble. Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley, Rabbi Julian I. Cook
and guest soloists.
The festival is under the
direction of Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Tickets may be purchased at
Temple Sinai.
Jewish Theological Seminary a]
America, as well as Professor I
Bible. He i.> a fellow of ta
American Academv of Jewiik
Research and an Honorary
Trustee of the American Schools
for Oriental Research
Ed Abramson
makes the dif ferenct |
The work he has '. :ie for the
Greater Miami Ji ish
Federation makes the
difference betweer. young
people feeling at w ir with the
world. Or at peac with their
heritage
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*Jenisli tier Mian
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Golden To Swear In BB Leaders
Alfred Golden, president of th
ntral Agency for Jewish Edu
ijon of the Greater Miami
L jsh Federation, will serve as
falling officer for officers and
lectors of Brandeis Lodge of
Lai B'rith Sunday, at noon at
fc Carillon Hotel.
3olden will install Gabe Fisher
president, succeeding Max
oen.
[Golden, executive vice prwi-
nt of Riverside Memorial
apels of Florida, is a national
nmissioner of the Anli;
kfamation League of B'nai
fntli, and a member of the
ard of governors of B'nai
Irith District No. 5, which
\brnces the Southeastern
Cited States and Washington,
|C. He is past vice president of
South Florida Council of
nai B'rith Lodges.
Alfred Golden
labeth Holtzman, former
tiled States Congresswoman
\ew York City, and out-
\nding Jewish activist, will be
special speaker at a cocktail
eption sponsored by the South
ie Committee of the Greater
i Jewish Federation's
ibined Jewish Appeal-Israel
pergency Fund on Tuesday.
King's Bay Yacht and
tin try Club will be the site for
event, scheduled for 7:30
according to Morris
urnick, South Dade campaign
tirman.
Bookkeeper
Miami Beach Synagogue. Ac-
counts payable. Accounts
receivable. Pegboard system.
Knowledge ot data processing
helpful. Permanent position.
Benefits. Call Mr. Slonim
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director. Mr. Rice 538-7231.
the cocktail reception on
filf of the Lehrman Day
ot of Temple Emanu-El, held
preparation of the Lehrman
V School scholarship ball,
Yd for April 4, are, from left,
ts Chunning, associate
"etary of the congregation;
*y Cooperman, honorary
I president, and Harry
werman. The reception was
I at the home of Lorraine and
W Greenberg, president of
fple Emanu-EL Fana and
Holtz are serving as
nan of the gala ball and,
ed the initial dinner party.
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LARGE SELECTION OF "KOSHER FOR
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desires experienced secretary/
receptionist capable of handling
buay office phones. Good typing
skills. Spanish helpful. Salary
open. Please call director Mr.
Rice 538-7231.
Louis Levine (left), a leader in
Zionist and other Jewish causes,
receiving the. national community
service award of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, at its recent winter
convocation dinner in Hollywood,
Flo. Making the presentation is
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chancellor
of the Seminary. Levine is a
founder of the Weizmann
Institute of Science in Israel and
of Boys Town of Jerusalem.
Some 50 years ago, when he lived
in New England, he helped
establish the first synagogue in
Leominster, Mass.. Congregation
Agudat Achim. At age 23, he was
a member of its board of direc-
tors.
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Friday, March 27i
Wedding
Currently working with the
Union of Councils for Sov
Jewry in Washington, D.C.oen
Cohen met recently with
Congressman BUI Lehman (D-
Fla). Jeri is the daughter of Lir.
moI Mrs. Albert Cohen of tiorth
Miami Beach.
Attending National Council of Jewish Women's 34th biennial con-
vention in Louisville, Ky., were: (seated left to right) Myra Farr, Anna
Mae Ross, Nan Rich and Virginia Orleans. (Standing left to right)
Carol Grunberg, Edith Lieberman, Rosemary Chait, Charlotte Green-
berg and Ruth Ann Lefcourt.
NCJW Members Attend
34th Biennial Convention
Members NCJW's Greater
Miami Section, spent from March
12-15 participating in workshops,
plenary sessions, resolutions
hearings and elections of new
officers. The biennial convention
serves as the focus of NCJW's
multi-faceted program of com-
munity service, public affairs and
advocacy.
Among highlights of the
convention was the celebration of
the first decade of the NCJW
Research Institute for Inno-
vation in Education. This is a
permanent part of the School of
Education of The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
More than 800 delegates from
NCJW's 200 sections, nation-
wide, voted on renewal of a ten-
year contract with the Hebrew
University, for support of the
Institute. The delegates also
voted a $2.5 million NCJW
membership commitment over
the next decade to continue the
Institute's work. The Research
Institute develops educational
programs to help culturally dis-
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
advantaged children and youth in
Israel.
Avraham Harman, President
of the Hebrew University, was
presented the Faith and Human-
ity Award, NCJW's highest
accolade.
Among speakers was Sen. Paul
S. Sarbanes (D., Md.) who dis-
cussed U.S. foreign policy and its
impact on international politics.
Dr. Bernard Reisman of Brandeis
University and Jim Guy Tucker,
who chaired the 1980 White
House Conference on Families,
spoke on "Families in the 1980s."
WPBT Channel 2
Auction Offers
Wedding Finery
SCHRAUD-DUBIN
Susan Hope Schraub, features
editor of Harpers Bazaar maga-
zine, and James Michael Dubin
an associate with the New York
law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind.
Wharton & Garrison, married on
March 15 at the Westchester
Jewish Center in Mamaroneck,
NY. Rabbi Irving Koslowe of-
ficiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D.
Schraub of Miami Shores and
New York have announced the
marriage of their daughter to the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Dubin of Delray Beach.
The bride, graduate of the
George Washington University
of
and the University ,
Marseilles, Aix-en Pm **
France was formerly^
uting editor at Town ft fjon
magazine and senior ^^
House Beautiful magazi'V
father ,s president of Equ
Associates Inc., national ^
estate developers. Her rnotC
the former syndicated coin*,.
of "Ask The Tocher "mm*
The bridegroom is an -*-
Of Williston Academy ft '
versity of Pennsylvania and tj
Columbia University SchooU
Lawwhereheserv.Hiasan^
ol the Columbia Law Review H
father now retired, was owne^
Carrolls Drugs in Bennington,
Engagement
Proclamation designating ORT
Day 1981. in the City of Miami
Beach, is presented by Mayor
Murray Meyerson to Mrs.
Michael Rose, president of the
Southeastern Florida Region of
Women's American ORT. The
award was presented in front of
WATERS WAAS
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Waters of
191 Birchwood Park Dr.. Jericho,
NY. are planning the engagement
of t heir daughter Karen Debra to
Martin Arnold Waas. The future
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Waas. 5720 SW
132 Ave.
The bride-to-be has a MA
degree from the University of
Miami and is a speech
pathologist. Mr Waas is u
industrial realtor :ind developer
und u member of the City ol
Miami advisory council on trade
und commerce de\ elopment.
The couple will exchange mar
riag> vows uu August 15. a
Temple Israel. Lawrence, NY.
Following their wedding, they
will live in Miami
ZM(t???5?t chapters looking on. Highlights OK*HlW
of the ORT Day 1981 campaign
include a Spring membership
drive and a premiere shotting of
The Chosen.''
Passover Meeting
Lincoln Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a Passover meeting on
Monday. April 13. at 12:30 p.m.
in the Clubroom of the 100
Lincoln Koad Bldg. President is
Nellie Weissman.
Mayor Charles Evers, of
Payelte, Miss is special guest
,,n" WPBT Channel 2'* pro
,|iitiii ol Within the Law.
Monday v Ml p in
Miami attorney Stanley M.
Rosenblatt, host of the half-hour
interview aeries, talks to Mayor
Even* i"i a variety of topics in-
luding Mlack leadership, former
President Jimmy Carter, tin
Reagan administration, tu
iicagan administration, tu
I'vasion. welfare, crime, and the
activists of the fidV
Mayor Evers be< aim anactrw
member of \ \ \(T iN'aticiul
V modal ion lor the \dvancement
of Colored Peoplel in 1963. Hi
also played a major role in the
civil rights mo\emenl of the60i
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WPBT-Channel 2s annual
auction offers a variety of
SS^J&^SJZ Educational Weekend Mrs. Li] Duntov Is Jionored
pictures, wedding gown, and
wedding chapel and flowers. Also
a honeymoon vacation on a cruise
to Nassau and Freeport. a 14-day
trans-Panama cruise, a flight to
San Andreos Island off
Colombia, or a weekend at the
Sonesta Beach Hotel.
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Richard Geratein
mikes the difference.
The work he has done for the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation makes the
difference between young
people feeling at war with the
world. Or at peace with their
heritage.
You. Ton art the difference.
Watch, bid and buy at WPBT-
Channel 2's Big Top Auction
April 3. 5 p.m.-l a.m.; April 4, 1
p.m.-l a.m.; and April 5, 1 p.m.-l
a.m.
Musicians Are 80
The contemporaries of Temple
Beth Am are sponsoring a
concert by the Washington
Federal senior citizen orchestra,
under the direction of conductor,
Henry Osman, on Sunday, at 2
p.m. in the temple's social hall.
Orchestra musicians are an
average age of 80.
areeter Miami
Jewish Federation
1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency
rw* w
1200 Biscayne Blvd^^^m
ilaml 33137
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Teachers,
Soc. Workers
Practice Your
Profession in
ISRAEL
Attain your professional
goals and realize Jewish
fulfillment.
Certified teachers,
MSW's and BSW's are
invited to apply. Chal-
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Financial assistance
available.
Interviews now being
scheduled for orienta-
tion courses to be held in
the fall in Israel. If you
think you qualify, call to-
day.
ISRAEL ALIYAH
CENTER
4200 Biscayne Blvd
Miami
Temple Adath Yeshurun teens
and tigers youth groups will host
their first annual educational
weekend, March 27-29.
Theme "ill b< "The Jewish
family."
Approximately B5 teenagers
from the 7th-12th grades will
attend.
Tennis
Tournament
North Dade Doners. sponsors.
l>enefactors and patrons of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will gather at Turnberry Isle
Country Club on Friday, March
27 for the division's 4th annual
doubles tennis tournament and
luncheon on behalf of GMJF's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign.
"This is the only major func-
tion planned this year for North
Dade area women," explains
Dolores Wolf, one of the event's
co-chairmen.
The optional tennis tourna-
ment will begin at 9 a.m. followed
by a luncheon at noon. Guest
speakers for the luncheon will be
Marjorie Scott, national vice-
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal's Women's Division, and
Marilyn K. Smith, a GMJF
officer and big gifts chairman.
Mrs I.ili Duntov was one of
four selected by the Jewish His-
torical Soviet) "I South Florida.
I tu t.p be honored as "an out-
standing member ol the South
Florida Jewish t'(immunity'' at
.in annual salute to Pioneere
reception ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Community. Mrs. Duntov
was Feted as a distinguished
builder ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Community .it the
Konover Hotel ntly.
\lr- Dunlo\ retired head
librarian >! tie S irl Hal-Bay la]
Communities Public Library.aid
formerl) ol thi MiamiDaa
Public Library a a the loumh
of the Patient it Moot I
Sinai. She holds a ma~t i
science degree in library soon:
and a doctorate m chemistry
Southern Bell Offers Refunds
Southern Bell has announced
that the company will refund
revenues earned in 1980 above
the profit ceiling of 9.02 percent,
which is imposed by the Florida
Public Service Commission.
The refund is in accordance
with an agreement with the
Florida Public Service Commis-
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1980 earnings.
Beginning with lulls dated d
or about April I. credits will be
made for residence customers a
the amount ol approximately
$4.04 plus tax per line and far
business customers in ill
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*JewistiJhirHlnri
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hklin Skinner (third from left), 1981 United Way campaign
L announced he has recruited six vice chairmen to assist with
fcr's campaign. They include (left to right):Raul Masvidal, Earl
\Skinner, Harry B. Smith, individual giving chairman, William
*en, advisory council chairman, and F.E. (Genet Autrey,
ce and industry chairman. Missing from the photo is John R.
, support chairman.
[aleidoscope Of Jewish Art
At Temple Beth Am
Silver Anniversary
Benefit Banquet
A benefit banquet marking the
silver anniversary of the depart-
ment of dermatology. University
of Miami School of Medicine, will
be held March 28 at "Indian
Spring," the home of Dr. Walter
P. Garst.
The dinner will be hosted by
UM President and Mrs. Henry
King Stanford, Scholl of Medi-
cine Dean and Mrs. Emanuel Mr.
Papper, and Dr. and Mrs. Harvev
Blank.
lie Roth Am will open its
Wo|M' of Jewish Art"
(Thursday evening, April
| temple.
.airmen are Nancy
L-g and Miriam Cohen.
; artists represented will
e'r Weiss hoff, whose ori-
display are those that
pt of Israel used for
Lnd posters. Edna Hible,
ilmus. Andy Warhol,
Gordon Miller, Reuven
[and Marc Chagall are
lho-e work will be repre-
l.lames Rosenquist will
liihocraDhs. Proceeds
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Appointments At Canada Dry
u Ml. president of
Prj Bottling Co. of I'la.,
announced several key
(Ills.
i \< l-oii will move to a
'ill position as vice
operations and market-
viously he served as
manager and vice presi-
jlhe Miami and Jack-
pi^ i~ions.
1- Marckley joins the
company as division manager tor
the Miami Operation. He was
most recently with Canada Dry
Corp. as operations manager of
their New England Division.
Matthew E. Russ joined the
company as general sales
manager in the Miami Division.
He recently served in sales
management positions with
Canada Dry Corp. and Cott Corp.
in New England.
Course In Childbirth
pofessional Association
Ibirth Education which
week childbirth course
tarn couples meets once
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Ella Greenberg is chairing the
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p.m. on April 2. Her committee
includes Florence Hyman and
Florence Birchansky.
Among committee members
are Diana Elson, Marilyn
Solomon, Gert Freeman, Edith
Zipp, Edie Spiegel and Helaine
Lipinsky.
The show is scheduled to run
for a week with special viewings
for students in the Beth Am day
school and Hebrew classes.
i of Dude County recently held its annual learning
Temple Emanu-EL Pictured 'from left ti rif>ht) are
hairman of Synagogue Women; Harriett Bulbin,
Synagogue H'omen,- Helene Berger, president of the
Jewish Federation Women's Division, and guest
> renstein, director of public relations for the Paris
I Distribution Committee.
Dr. Blank has been chairman
of the department of dermatology
since it was organized 25 years
ago. Many of his former students
plan to attend the banquet.
Lazernik Named
Man of Year
The Men's Club of Beth Torah
Congregation has named Herman
Lazernik as "Man of the Year"
for 1980-81 (5741). He will be
honored at a traditional Friday
night dinner on April 3, in the
Deakter Social Hall.
Lazernik was honored by his
congregation in Washington, and
has always responded anytime
help was needed at Beth Torah.
He currently serves as assistant
treasurer and has been an active
member of the board of directors
for many years.
Perry Phillips is Men's Club [
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imutncrktian
Frida
y,
Marchjjj
Bertram and Rena Schrank
Bridge Players
In Charity Game
Miami bridge players was to
join thousands of others
throughout North America on
Thursday, March 26, in a com-
petition to benefit the American
Diabetes Association. The
Normandy Isle Bridge Club, an
affiliate of the American Contract
Bridge League, is sponsoring a
section of the Spring ACBL Con-
tinentwide Charity game with
play starting at 8 p.m. at the
Normandy Isle Bridge Club.
Every player in every game in
every city will play the exact
same hands under near identical
conditions. Only one winner will
emerge, the pair with the best
percentage score on the computer
dealth hands.
The Spring ACBL Continent-
wide Charity Game has been
designated as a memorial to
Alvin Landy, past executive
secretary of the American
Contract Bridge League and the
American Contract Bridge
League Charity Foundation.
Israel Tennis
Exhibition At
Turnberry Isle
Turnberry Isle was the site for
the recent Israel Tennis Center
exhibition. The Israel Centers
provide free public tennis facil-
ities and complete physical
education programs for some of
the less fortunate children
Israel.
in
Four children (Junior
champions) 7-11 years of age ac-
companied their teacher (also an
ex-student), Nir Chaviv to Turn-
berry for the exhibition.
Mrs. Clint Murchison is chair-
man of the Inter Faith committee
for the Israel Tennis Centers.
Oreitarltiaml
Jewish re deration
1961 Combined
Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency
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Robert Adler
Named To Head
ADL Thousand
JWV Auxiliary Plans Oriental
Installation Apr. 12
Residents of Rolling Green "C" celebrated a "Night in Israel" and
recognized Dr. Abe and Pauline Gam with Israels Scroll of Honor
award. The event was held in cooperation with the State of Israel
Bonds Organization. Dr. and Mrs. Ganz were honored for many years
of involvement in Jewish philanthropic and service organizations,
including the B'nai B'rith, Jewish War Veterans and Mogen David
Adorn. From left are Is Youner, Sue Rosenberg, Nathan Gomberg, co-
chairmen; Dr. and Mrs. Ganz and Moe Wagenfeld, chairman
Bonds Events
Hebrew Home-Bonds
Fete Set For Sholmans
The State of Israel tribute
dinner honoring Joseph and
Florence Shulman and co-
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged and
the State of Israel Bonds Or-
ganization, is set for Saturday
evening at Temple Emanu-El,
according to tribute chairman,
Dade County Commissioner
Barry D. Schreiber.
The Shulmans will be re-
cognized for their many years of
active participation in Jewish
and civic affairs in Dade County.
Shulman is vice-president of the
Intercontinental Bank and Mrs.
Shulman is a merchant on
Miami's Decorator's Row.
The Shulmans are slated to
receive Israel's coveted Heritage
Award, reserved for top com-
munity leaders.
Special guest at the dinner will
be Israel Amitai. the noted
Israeli television producer, jour-
nalist and author.
West Miami Auxiliary 223,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
its regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m. at the
home of Florence Dondes.
Tanya Levine, will preside over
the last meeting of her two years
as president. On the agenda for
the meeting will be the election of
delegates and alternates to the
Department of Florida conven-
tion to be held in June at the
Sheraton-Bal Harbor Hotel.
Miami Beach.
President-elect Rutll
officers and chairmen> j
cipate in a short Jl
Sundowner Club of theft,
11 Restaurant.
Annual installation of-
will be held on Sundl
12 at Temple Beth T^
JHHA Auxiliary Planni
Birthday Party, Meetm
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Robert Adler
Allan B. Margolis, chairman of
the Florida regional board, of
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
n'rith. has announced the selec-
tion of Robert Adler as chairman
of ADL's Florida Thousand.
DelPrado
For Israel Bonds
A "Salute to Israel" will be
held by residents of Del Prado in
North Miami Beach in co-
operation with the State of Israel
Bonds Organization on Sunday.
April 5. at 10:30 a.m., in the Del
Prado auditorium.
At the same time the Israel
Scroll of Honor will be presented
to Bertram and Rena Schrank.
for their dedication and devotion
to the economic survival of Israel
through the Bonds program and
through their participation in nu-
merous Jewish philanthropic and
service organizations, including
B'nai B'rith, UJA, Hadassah.
AJC and ORT.
Guest at the tribute will be Is-
rael Amitai, Israeli television
producer, author and director.
Amitai is an expert in Middle-
Eastern affairs and will discuss
the latest situation in that part of
the world.
Chairman of the event is
Charles Wilder. Co-chairpersons
are Abraham Albert, Saul Beren-
baum, Jeanette Blumenthal and
Mac Gale.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat of
Temple Judea, Coral Gables, will
appear on "The Jewish Worship
Hour" on Channel 10 on Sunday,
March 29, at 8 a.m.
John Sumberg
makes the difference.
Because he has given so
generously in terms of both
money and time, he makes the
difference between an elderly
person In our community
being alone. Or being loved
Ton. Ton are the difference.
Adler. a native of Springfield-,
Dayton. Oh., is board chairman
of Progressive Industries Corp.
of Dayton, a former newspaper
publisher. and producer of docu-
mentary films, including "Israel
Today."
He is a member of the Anti-
Defamation League's executive
committee and has been chair-
man of the ADL Woodlands
campaign for five years. He is
currently chairman of the
Woodlands Israel Bond Drive,
serves on the executive com-
mittee of the University of Miami
Human Resources School of
Medicine, the advisory board of
the Summit Bank
Adler is a past president of
B'nai B'rith. past chairman of the
board of Southern Ohio College,
and recipient of the coveted
David Ben Gurion State of Israel
Award.
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged, Douglas
Gardens, will hold its monthly
birthday party for the residents
on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Mollie
Silverman, Dr. Edna Lavitt, Mrs.
Goldie Bromley, Mrs. Athelia
Kellerman and Mrs. Helen Lapp.
Mrs. Frances Makovsky,
program chairman, has arranged
a musical program featuring
singer Tony Simone and the disco
kids, accompanied on the piano
by Joe Lew in.
Refreshments will be served.
The Auxiliary will hold its
regular luncheon meeting on
Tuesday, at noon.
Reports will be given by donor
of
and
journal cnairman Mr
Silvers, and Lillian Silv
A musical program
vocahst Harry SwiujT
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ordinauir. will be present*
Treasure chest of gift,,
under the direction
Lillian Silverstein,
Tanenbaum is in chimi
reservations. '
Mrs. Zelda Thau is fm
president
Retraction
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Sheingold On Intermarriage
u-l Sheingold, program
in the Jewish Com-
ffairs Department at the
Jewish Committee in
L will discuss "Inter-
and the Jewish
lannounced Dr. Barbara
\ Greater Miami Chapter
.vish Communal Affairs
ion chair.
Beting, co-sponsored by
Israel with Rabbi Brett
1 will be held on
[8 p.m. March 30, at
Lrael s South Branch.
Dr. Carl Sheingold
\
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Ralph P. Kingsley,
Southeast Region
Jewish Congress,
the annual golden
award to Isabelle
life-long member of
Jewish Congress, for
and commitment to
tss' humanitarian and
pals. The award was
\at the annual Women's
luncheon supporting
Youth Hostel in
(Left-right) Dr. Bernard
Cherrick, vice president of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
and Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, present the "Woman
of the Year" of the Greater
Miami Women's Division,
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, award,
to Mrs. Irving London, president
of the 49'ers of Temple Emanu-
El, at a luncheon held in her
honor.
Toras Ernes Plans
Annual Dinner
For Scholarships
Dr. Norman Bloom, president
of Toras Ernes Academy
Yeshiva, is announcing that the
school's annual scholarship
dinner will be held on Sunday,
April 5, at 6 p.m., at Temple
Moses.
Toras Ernes Academy, a Jew-
ish Day School, is growing
rapidly. At present, there is an
enrollment of 185 children who
attend classes from nursery
through eighth grade.
Chairman of the dinner is Dr.
Murray Kane, executive board
member. Attorney Daniel Retter
is chairman of the board.
'Blood and Hope'
Coral Division, National
Council of Jewish Women, will
have a luncheon meeting honor-
ing life members on April 1, 12
noon, at the Studio Restaurant.
The book "Of Blood and
Hope" will be reviewed.
Fair Spotlights
Dolly Parton
Tickets are on sale at the Dade
County Youth Fair, BASS ticket
outlets and Spec's Music Stores
for concerts that will headline the
March Fair.
The grandstand attractions are
Dolly Parton. March 27, and the
Pointer Sisters on March 28.
MSMC Coordinator
JoAnn Goldberger has joined
the Mount Sinai Medical Center
staff as community education
coordinator. Her background is
in public relations and marketing
for McDonald's on Long Island.
'Ms. Goldberger holds a degree
from Hofstra University, and
plans to finish her masters of
business administration degree
at the University of Miami. She
currently resides in Kendall.
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13th Lehrman Day School
Scholarship Ball April 4
A goal of $300,000 has been set
for the 13th annual Lehrman Day
School scholarship ball, which
will be held Saturday. April 4, at
7:30 p.m. in the Friedland Ball-
room of Temple Kmanu-Kl of
Greater Miami.
The funds will be used to
provide scholarship assistance to
more than half of the nearly 300
students in the Conservative
Hebrew day school on Miami
Beach. Classes are conducted for
students from kindergarten
through the ninth grade, with
instruction programs in general
studies and Hebrew. Jewish tra-
dition and Jewish culture.
Chairpersons of the black-tie
event are Mr. and Mrs. Abel
Holtz. The goal was announced
by Carol Greenberg. president,
and Samuel N. Friedland. chair
man of the board of Temple
Emauu-El, which sponsors the
Lehrman Day School It also is a
Ijeneficiary agency of the annual
I ampaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, and is fully
accredited by national, regional
and state general and Jewish ac
Hoberman In 10th Term
As ZOA Brandeis Prexy
Louis Hoberman. Miami Beach Hoberman has been active in
civic and Zionist leader, was Greater Miami Zionist and Israeli
elected to a 10th term as presi- causes since 1945 He has served
dent of the Brandeis District, as president of the Dade Chapter.
Zionist Organization of America.
The election was conducted by
Michael Goldberg, chairman of
the nominations committee.
The annual installation of
officers and directors will be held
American Jewish Congress:
president of the Miami Beach
Music and Arts League: chancel-
lor commander. George Gershwin
Lodge. Knights of Pythias;
trustee of Temple Ner Tamid;
on Sundav. noon, at the Tarleton president of the Surfside Music
Society: 10 years as vice mayor
and councilman of Surfside; and
has been twice nominated for the
"Dade County Outstanding
Citizen" award
Hotel. Hose Shapiro, chairlady.
announces that the installation
affair includes a kosher luncheon
and entertainment. Leon Segal
will give the invocation, and
Albert M. Shulman. president of
lhv North Bay Village Jewish ther officers to be installed
Center, will serve as installing are: Henry Salus. Albert M.
officer. Shulman. Rose Shapiro. Wolf
Rosenblum. vice-presidents:
Michael Goldberg, treasurer; Al-
bert V Rosenberg, financial
secretary; Fannie Rest, recording
secretary: Ethel Toll, correspon-
dence -secretary.
Directors include: Dr. Archi-
bald Cohen. Ales Eig. Irving
Fisher. Fannie Goldberg. Nathan
Greek. Estelle Hoberman. Ben-
amin Jaffee. Kathryn Jaffee.
am Jawitz. Louis Lesselroth.
Ben Millstein. Leo Nudelman.
Ida Nudelman. George Ossip.
Theodore Pisk. Max Raskin.
Jacob Richman. Nat Rue. Thel-
ma Sheckter. Louis Suchman.
Betty Suchman. Samuel Toll and
Edie Zuckerman.
.reditat ion bodies.
Holt/ stressed that "there will
be no solicitation of funds at -'
Scholarship Ball, traditionally
the highlight of the South Florida
Jewish community social
calendar."
Steven Muss will receive the
Maimonides award. highest
honor of Temple Emanu-hl. at
the banquet and dance. He is the
second person to receive the
aM ard named in memory of one of
Judaism s most revered leaders.
Dr. Brothers On
Emanu-El Series
Dr. Joyce Brothers, psycho-
logist and NBC radio network
commentator, will speak at
Temple Emanu-El Wednesdaj
April s. at s p.m. in the conclud-
ing event of the temple 1981
Wednesday night forum series.
Dr. Brothers on NBC's "News-
line." Mondays through Fridays,
is a regular columnist for Good
Housekeeping and writes a daily
column published in more than
350 newspapers. Her books have
been translated into 26
languages.
Ron Wayne is chairman and
Edward Weiner is co-chairman of
the forum series, with Temple
Emanu-El president Carl N.
Greenberg chairman of the
committee of patrons of the arts
which underwrites the series.
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Jewish War Veterai
Fete Irving Steinbei
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans of the USA is
honoring national commander
In in Steinberg at a brunch on
Sunday, at 10 a.m. in the
Konover Hotel.
Steinberg of North Miami
Beach, was elected national com-
mander of the Jewish War
Veteran! at the close of the
Jewish War Veteran's 85th
annual convention in New
(rrleans, Louisiana in 1980.
\ native of Philadelphia, he
-lived in the U.S. Army during
World War II His decoration*!
include the Purple Heart and
Bronze Star In 1953 he helped
organize the Abe Horrowitz Pos*
1 North Miami Beach. Hv.
has served three limes as its post
nmmander
He served as a member of the
Off Street Parking Board.
Library Commission and as a
member and chairman of the
Planning and Zoning Board of
the City of North Miami Beech.
He was Department Com-
mander of Florida in 1959-60. has
served on the Jewish War
Veteran's national executive
committee, the policy committee
and the national convention
committee.
For the past 20 years, he has
Matzoh Fund Drive
A committee of residents will
collect money for the Passover
Matzoh Fund in the lobby of 100
Lincoln Rd. Lih/ and Alfred
Stone are sponsoring the drive.
IrvbtSttinbtrg
been employed by the _.
Florida under the Doyle C
Commissioner of Agricultajt|
He is a member of Bethl
Congregation. American I
Military Order of the
Heart and Disabled Am
Veterans.
Following his el
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Israel and Egypt to receiwij
hand report on present c
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few Chapel For Riverside Opening In Tamarac, FJ.
dication ceremonies for the
Chapel of Riverside
Lorial Chapels, one of the
st Jewish-oriented funeral
I firms in the United States,
e held Thursday, April 9, at
p.m. at 6701 West Com-
fcal Blvd., Tamarac.
cated in the heart of the
Ins fastest-growing Jewish
fcunities, the new facility is
hbed by Alfred Golden,
Ltive vice president of River
[Memorial Chapels as "the
1 beautiful and largest Jew-
funeral chapel in Broward
fry
Architect Morris Simon, AIA,
of Fort Lauderdale and Padula
Construction Co., Inc., also of
Fort Lauderdale, teamed to
produce the handsome structure,
which has almost 9,000 square
feet of enclosed area and a chapel
which seats 250 persons.
Ample parking is provided on
the premises, according to
Arthur Grossberg, F.D., vice
president of Riverside Memorial
Chapels and manager for
Broward county. Riverside has a
chapel in Hollywood, with the
new facility its first in North
Broward and second in the
county.
Leo Hack, vice president and
religious advisor to Riverside,
said "the new chapel will
maintain the organization's
practice of strict observance of all
ritual requirements of Judaism."
Carl Grossberg of New York,
president of Riverside Memorial
Chapels, will participate in the
dedication. Golden is president of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and a national
commissioner of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
de BashmanEin Karem Honoree At Testimonial!
Karem Chapter of
ssah will hold a testimonial
on at Star Lakes' Audi-
in honor of Gertrude
,nan, who for three years
(resident, and for nine years
und raising chairman. When
ecame president, there were
embers in the organization,
as of now, the chapter has ap-
proximately 300 members.
Prior to coming to Florida,
Mrs. Bashman was president of
The Hebrew Home and Chronic
Sickness in Mt. Vernon, N.Y.
All former presidents of Ein
Karem Chapter of Hadassah.
Osceola Lake Inn Increases
Capacity, Leisure Facilities
Ibin's Osceola Lake Inn, a
hotel 2.200 feet high in the
Ridge Mountain on Lake
ila in Hendersonville, NC,
for its 41st season May 22,
[will serve guests through
iberl.
additions for the season
de additional guest rooms, a
IriK.m. recreational facilities
] hot indoor whirlpool.
[ular with outdoors en-
asts as well as with those
Imply want to relax, the Inn
fes a host of activities in-
hg swimming, boating, fish-
tennis, putting green.
leboard. horseshoes, ping-
volleyball and badminton.
laddition, two 18-hole
championship golf courses are
nearby.
Specially supervised programs
are available for children as well
as a planned schedule of activi-
ties and nightly entertainment
for adults.
The Inn's location boasts some
of the most scenic mountain
areas in the eastern U.S. The
resort, which has accomodations
for up to 150 guests is famous
for its food and fun, features the
American Plan with Jewish-
American cuisine. Attire is in-
formal at all times.
A color brochure and rates are
available by writing Rubin's
Osceola Lake Inn, Henderson-
ville, NC 28739.
Jefferson Banks Distribute
Free Vials of Life
of Life, a program
id to provide medical in-
^lion to rescue teams in the
of a medical emergency,
distributed free of charge
Ifferson National Bank of
pi Beach as a sen-ice to the
unity.
rion S. Goldberg, president
Ifferson National Bank of
I Beach, invites the public
' in and pick up a free Vinl
in the lobbies or drive-in-
pws of the banks five
IMS. Each of the facilities
p open for distribution on
lays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays from 9 a.m. until 2
p.m.
The Vial of Life, a three-inch
plastic container which houses an
identification sheet that includes
the resident's name. age,
physician and relative's names
and other vital medical infor-
mation, is for people of all ages
who might not be able to relate
the needed information to
emergency medical personnel.
The vial should be taped under
the upper right-hand shelf in th&
refrigerator and the Vial of Life
decal should be attached to the
front of the refrigerator door.
Exhibit Opens At Federation
ecial art exhibit featuring
1 on glass by Jalleh
an Iranian Jewish
is currently on display at
|reat*r Miami Jewish Fed-
"l through April 17. The an-
mrent was made by
Arkin, chairman of
turn's Art Committee.
gallery, located on the
floor of the Federation
S. is showing 28 paintings
Pourian, who has been a
St of Miami Shores since
ler art shows the influence
Iranian and Jewish
Pourian studied interior
m Tehran and exhibited
Ma of art at the Jewish
unity Center and Mani
' there. Her paintings have
frown locally at the Univer-
W, Miami's Community
Uuuice, and the Diplomat
Jalleh Pourian
The exhibit is open to the
public during regular business
hours, Monday through Friday.
There is no admission charge.
ihnion Women Annual Luncheon
ni-Coral Gables Chapter,
i s Division of Technion,
Jve its annual scholarship
pn on Friday, at the
^i Hotel at 11:30 a.m.
Bt speaker will be Sam
Topt, and guitarist, Bill De Shara
will perform.
Vera Fiedler is president of the
chapter. Mary Spector and Ethel
Sernaker are co-chairpersons of
the luncheon.
Renee Nadler, Edith Kinstler,
Frieda Stern, and current pres-
ident, Frances Weinstein, with
Edith Zimmerman representing
Miami Region of Hadassah, will
pay tribute to Mrs. Bashman.
Frances Weinstein and Ger-
trude Haber are co-chairmen.
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
TRACISHIFRIN
Traci Michele, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Shifrin, will be
called to the Torah as Bat Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning
services at Temple Emanu-El on
March 28.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Emanu-El Religious
School and is in the seventh
grade at Olsen Middle School in
Dania. Traci is a Girl Scout and
has earned several badges and
achievement awards. She is
interested in science and
chemistry projects, is a member
of the audio-visual club at school
and also likes to swim and roller
skate.
Mr. and Mrs. Shifrin will honor
their daughter at a reception.
Guests will include Traci's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Hannan and Mrs. Rose
Shifrin; her great-grandmother
Mrs. E. Kaufman, and her
brother Stephen. Out-of-town
relatives: Mrs. Vivian Nappe of
New Jersey, and Mrs. Muriel
Singer, of Ohio.
LARRY FRANCES
Larry Joseph, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Frances, will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah during Saturday morning
services at Temple Or Olom on
March 28.
The celebrant is in the Temple
Or Olom preconfirmation class
and in the eighth grade at Rock-
way Junior High School where he
is a member of the orchestra. He
is a Boy Scout patrol leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Frances will
honor their son at the Kiddush
and at a reception Saturday
evening at Temple Or Olom.
Free Gift Cards
At Amerifirst
A special holiday gift is being
offered free to customers and
visitors to the AmeriFirst
Federal 41st Street office be-
tween now and March 27. A
selection of a packet of six
colorful Passover cards, each
with a different scene and holiday
message, will be available.
Barry Eber, manager of the
41st Street office, invites area
residents to stop in for a free pack
of cards.
The 41st Street office, located
at 305 41st St., and is oper
Monday through Friday 9 a.m.
4 p.m.
Shelborne Seder
Passover Seder services will be
held at the Shelborne Hotel on
Miami Beach, according to
managing director Charles A.
Kramer. "They are strictly
kosher, with Mashgiach Henry
Stein on the premises, and
services by Cantor Ed Tvodras,
said Kramer. :
Peppy Fields To Be M.C.
"Razzle Dazzle 81," a show
featuring a variety of stars from
the entertainment world will be
presented at the Theatre of
Performing Stars on Saturday,
April 4, at 8 p.m., sponsored by
the North Shore Optimist Club to
raise funds for little league sports
teams in athletic competition.
The show will be directed and
produced by Danny Flaxman and
will feature Peppy Fields as
mistress of ceremonies.
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Shemini
SHEMINI On the eighth day of their consecration, Aaron
and his sons offered sacrifices for themselves and the people, at
Moses' command. Then Moses and Aaron came out of the tent
of meeting, blessing the people. The glory of God appeared; a
fire from Heaven consumed the burnt-offering on the altar. At
the sight, the people criediout and fell on their faces. Nadab and
Abihu, Aaron's sons, offered "strange fire" on the altar; a fire
issued forth and devoured them. Aaron held his peace.
The priests are commanded not to drink wine or strong drink
when entering the tent of meeting "that ye may put difference
between the holy and the common, and between the unclean and
the clean" (Leviticus 10.10).
The portion details the laws describing cleanliness and un-
cleanliness in regard to the eating of animals, fowls, and fish.
(Th.,J?e^f"M"t weekly Portion of the Law U extracted and mm
upon The Graphic History ol ttra Jewish Heritage,-- edited by P. Wol'man-
Tsamir, J15, published by Shengold Tho volume li available at 75 Maiden
ZS&JSS v.ork' NY- ,0OM- Joeesa Schiang it president of the society
, distributing the volume.)
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern Conservative
Frldsy night service 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert-
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Mlaml-667-6667 Senior Rabbi
Stuart Q. Welnblatt, Associate
Rabbi Morton Hoffman.
Associate Rabbi
Family Worship Ser., Fit, 8:30
"What Shall We Give Our
Children As Goals Besides A
Career?"
Torah Service
_______________________11:15 a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipson
CORAL WAY 2825 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone:854-3911 Dally Services
Morning snd Evening
Corel Way-Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dads campus 7500 SW 120th
Street
Late Shabbat Services Frl. 8 p.m.
lynagoguel
Listings
Candleligh ting Time
6:14
14Adarll6741
TEMPLE EMANU-EL1701 Washington
Avenue Conservative 538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrmen, Rabbi
Zvl Aider, Cantor
Late Friday service 8 p.m.
Saturday morning service 9 a.m.
Sermon 10:30
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional Miami, Fla.
Rabbi Max Shapiro 8584334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin-Executive Secretary
Dally Mlnyon for YahrzeHen
Dally 7:45 a.m. A 6:00 p.m.
Saturday services 8:45 a.m.
Late Friday eve. service 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. A 41st St 538-7231
Dr. Leon Kronteh, Rabbi Liberal
Cantor David Conviaar
Sabbath service 8:15 p.m.
Dr. Robert Gordls will speak on
20th Century Man-Whet Is Hie
I Bible?"' Sat Serv. 10:46 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF Greater Miami
MtafTsf 8 PtonMr Rftform Congrajgatton
137 N.E. 19th St., Miami, 573-5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr., 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein
AdmmrstratocRaymond ChaH
' Frl., 8 p.m. Rabbi Goldstein will
discuss "Manufactured Myths
Cantor Bornstein will discuss
"From Cradte to Grsve-The Jewish
way." (Kendall)
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gabies 667-5857
Michael B. Elsenstat. Rsbbi
Joshus Shamir will speak on
"Americans in Israel."
Sabbath serv, Frl. 8:15 p.m.
Oneg Shabbat to follow
I TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St., Miami Beech 33141
Rabbi Mayor Abramowltz
Cantor Moehe Buryn
Friday services st 8:15 p.m.
Saturday aorvtcoo et 9 a.m.
BETH TORAH 947-7528
CONGREGATION
1061 N. Miami Beech Blvd.
Dr. Max A Upechttx, Rabbi
Cantor ZveeAronl
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
8460 SW 154 Circle Court#111
MtamLFte.
Rabbi Warren KaeztJ
Sabbath Ssrviose M sun
Adutt Education Wed. 8 pm
RABBI NICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff
Executive Vice President
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 576-4000
Rabbinical Association Office
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
a,!,,.at, Hirii'i Ills'......f*naiieii .eellnn
norm umom iivfuf in oongrspaoon
Ralph P. Klngeliy, Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Irving Shutfcee, Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay, Admnietrator
Sabbath see sorvtcoe IS pun.
(730 pm first Friday of month)
1030
B'nal Mrtzvah of Daniete Bar
mann, and Lea Morgantaier.
TEMPLE DON
8000 MINer Dr. 271-2911
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
?
Friday serv. at 8:15 pjn.
.at tarn.
Mar. 27, Man's Club Sabbath
Mar. 28, Bar Mltzvah of Scott
Howard.
Pre-RegietretkxvfteitgMue School. All grade*
Wndecgarten thru oorrflrmatioii
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 163rd St., N.Miami Beach,
Fla. 33162-947-6094. Rabbi David B.
Saltrman, executive director.
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Flagler St., Miami, FIs. 33131
379-4553. Rabbi Lewtsh L. Bogege.
Director, IMon of Americsn
Hebrew Congregation.___________


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Ai6/ic Notice
NOTICE OF ACTION
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No.11-3*94
HILDA 1 WEINTRAIB.
Plaintiff
OPI'IE Ul'RLEY.
INK/. 1U lll.KV
TUB I NITKD STATES
I IF AMERICA.
M II. n is A FRIEDMAN
\M> KKM) \l.
MORTGAGE CORP
I le-fendants.
To MILTON A. FRIEDMAN.
AMU TO ALL OTHERS TO
WHOM IT CONCERNS:
ViH AUK NOTIFIED that
.1" aclloii to partition the
loltowuu: described property in
I '.uU- Ouunly. Florida, to-wit
laa 7 in Block 4. CAST
I.IHKRTY CITY. Section A,
.it curding to th* Plat thereof.
i.-...nfc I "age l of the Public Records
-.1 11.1.1. County. Flo-Ida. has
l-ti fiit-,| against you and you
.in- leuuirvri to serve a copy o(
y*n w nltc-n defenses. If any. to
it un JOHN H MYERS
KSUI IKK. Plaintiff* at
I'iiimv. ehiM' address is 1734
M.imi sirvet. Saraaota. Florida
- .. cm ui before April 10.
:.' .mil file the original with
.'ink i'i this i'un.rt either
in hire *nin on Plaintiffs
4li-iiap| immediatly
,11.1 otherwise a default
Ih< nicrvit .icainsl you for
11 .ivi ih'iuanded in the
. .1111
v ITNKSS my hand and seal
.1 Ihutwurt on March5 1MI1
UICHAKDP BRINKEK
'Urk On uil Court
U> M Euie
IViulv Clerfc
>< M IN H \|\ |Ra
. Main SI
-N.ii.i>..l.i Florida 33377
r. rphuac iaM 3*#-Ue5
Mi.iii.y for Plaintiff
March 13. 20. 27.
_______________________\i>n;: :.>:
NOTICE OF ACTION
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No (-2MSI
OLYMPIAN WEST
CONDOMINU M
ASSOCIATION INC
Plaintiff
vs.
RAYMVNDOMARVALand
ANA MARV Al_ his write
Defendants.
TO RAYMVNDO MARVAL
and
ANA MARVAL has wife
YOU ARE NOnnED that
an action to foreclose a Claim
of Lien on the following
property in Dad* County.
Florida, to wit
UNIT EU-31T OLYMPIAN
WEST CONDOMINIUM. a-
mrdtog to the Declaration of
Condominium recorded of
Official Records Book 10313. at
age 7 of the Pubo* Record*
of Dad* County. Florida,
together with an undivided
interest in the common
elements appurtenant thereto
alia 13039 SW m Terrace.
Miami. Florida JSlta has been
filed again* you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it.
on Steven M Siegfried.
Esquire. Schonlnger
Janhowits a Siegfned. PJl.
Plaintiffs attorney, whoa*
address is MOD South Dade land.
Boulevard. Suits 702. Miami
FlondB SSJ39 on or before Apnl
10 19*1 and file the original
with the Clerk of the Court
either before service on Plain
tiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter. mini mm* a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded m the
Ctompount or Petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on the S day of
March, 1991 RICHARD P ,
HRINKER
As Clerk of ssudCourt
By K\ Sejfned
Court Seal'
March 13 to 37.
April 3 nan
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF*
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CSMNOI1.JM2CF
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE Themarnageof
HELENS NEREE
Petitioner wife
ROBERT NEREE
Respondent!
NOTICE BT
PUBLICATION
YOU ROBERT NEREE
residence ank are
ressslrid uj DJe your answer to
rwarnage with the Oerfc of the
above Court and serve a cap*
thereat oaoo the aetmonii 1
attorney. I at rasas Cab* a. Eao,.
33 SW 1st Street afjaau. Fav.
33139 ssi or before Apnl la.
r ease seuoon will be
DATED March i 1R1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circus! Ctoart
ByK
March 13.39, ST
April 3 tssB
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Na.ll 34*7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JLANCFABBIANl.
IVIIUoner
and
STAC1A FABBIANl.
Respondent.
TO: STACIA FABBIANl
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED thai a petition for.
Dissolution of your Marriage
has bean filed and commenced
In this court and you are'
required to serve s copy of your.
written defenses. If any. to It on.
LKON M FIRTEL. PA. OC
Lincoln Road. Suite 90, Miami
Beach. Florida 3313* attorney'
for Petitioner, whose address 1-
430 Lincoln Road. Suite 330 .
Miami Beach. Florida SUSP I
aad file the original with the 1
clerk of the above styled court {
un or before April 10. MM. J
otherwise a default will be I
entered against you for thr!
relief prayed for In the com
plaint or petition 1
This notice shall be published |
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLO RID LAN
WITNESS my hand and the
anal of said court at Miami
t- uil.1 on this Sday of March
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
\> Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
lly Millie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
IJBON M FIRTEL P A
i.v Lincoln Hd Suite 330
Mluiii tieach. Fla 33130
.iH.ne .506' 531 1101
Mtorney for Petitioner
".T March 13 20. 27.
Aprils 1901
-----------NOTTCTUNDER---------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
10 engage in business under the
Urtitious names Miami
International Consumer
Distributors and M I C D at
Suite 310. 34 S E 2nd Avenue
Miami Florida, intends to
register said names with the
Clerk of the CSrucit Court of
Dade County Florida.
Miami International
Consumer
Distributors Inc
Rafllnel President
Mortimers Cohen. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
>0*37 March 13. 30. 27
Apnl 3 IM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
Case No. II-41U
FAMILY DIVISION
IN UK The Marriage of
(WHOLE WAINRIGHT.
Petitioner,
and
ARCHIE WAINRIGHT.
Respondent
TO ARCHIE WAINRIGHT
BnxM42ARAMCO
1 man ran. s.'udi Arabia
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOU. ARCHIE
WAINRIGHT. are hereby
notified to file your answer or
other pleading to the Petition
for dissolution of marriage
with the Court's clerk, aad mail
a copy of same to DANIEL M
KEIL. Attorney for Petitioner.
3103 West 4th Avenue HJalaah.
Florida 33012. on or before the
34 day of April. 1H1. else
default will be entered
DATED iMs II day of March.
1031
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clark. Circuit Court
ByK SEIFR1ED
Deputy Clerk
DANIEL M KEIL.ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
3103 West 4th A venue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
00672 March 27
Aprils. 10.17.1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. I1-427S FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
LOUIS LUPHATA.
Petitioner husband,
and
CELIA LUPHATA
Respondent wife
NOTICE OF Pl-BLICATION
YOU CELIA LUPHATA.
P O Box 4029 Market Street
Nassau Bahamas are re-
quired to file your answer to
the petition for dissolution of
marnaee with the Clerk of '.he
above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon the petitioners
attorney Herman Cohen. Esq
Fla 33130 on or before Apnl
' 1S*1 or else petiuon will be
lonfessed
DATED March 19 19M
RICHARD P BRINKER
Oark. Circuit Court
By M J HAF.TNETT
Deputy Clerk
00071 Marcn.-T
April 3 10 17 UM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 11-4330 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE TheMarnageOf
JEANINEE DEBARROS
Petitioner Wife
and
TWO MAS C DEBARROS.
Respondent Husband.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU THOMAS C
DEBARROS. 109 Liberty
Street. New Bedford.
Massachusetts. 03740 are
hereby notified to serve a copv
of your Answer to the Petition
For Dtaaoiuoon of Marriage
mad against you. upon Wife s
attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESOUIRE c
N W 13th Avenue Miami.
Florida 33134 and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
or before April 24. Ufa. other-
wise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you.
DATED this 30 day of March.
19f0
RICHARDP BRINKER
CLERK
By M ERICE
Deputy Clerk
March 17
April 3 10 17 lfftui
NOTWIW ACTION---------
MJTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CaseNa|t.*ri4CF
IN RE Tne marriage of
PHIUPB GALLUB
Petitioner Husband
vs.
CAROL BETH GALLUB
Respondent Wife
TO CAROL BETH GALLUB
WGnsamu Drive
OaaiaParkN Y 139*8
YOU CAROL BETH
GALLUB are hereby notified to
! Jr^*""w*r to "" Pn
lor Dtsnihuimi of Mama*,
won the Oerfc of the Court and
~" copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
J?" Satoeste street Coral
Gabies. Ftonda. 33134. oa or
fore April |. itai elf_
Peotm will k
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 11-43*5 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
:.N RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MAUREEN McINTOSH
PetitiOTer Wife
and
ARLLNGTON McINTOSH
Respondent Husband
TO MR ARLINGTON
McINTOSH
c o SHIRLEY STRACHAN
PO BOX 3337
FREEPORT BAHAMAS
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED thai a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
been filed against you and wan
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said qitton on petitioner s at
lomey GEORGE T RAMAN!
ESJ Suite 711 Biscayne
Building 19 We* Flagler
Street. Miami Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading in the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerfc on or
before 24 day of Apnl. 1931 |f
you fail tc 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
trus X day of March. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Ftonda
BY M J HARTNETT
Deputy Clerfc
a"r:* March 37
April 3 10.17. 19fu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
FIN Noll -III*
Division 02
(J.Williams)
IN RE ESTATE OF
J AUK COHEN a-k-a
JACOB COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMI*'"TRATION
TO ALI ..uSONS HAVING
CLAIM, OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Jack Cohen, a k
a Jacob COhen. deceased. File
Number 81-1RM. Is pending in
Use Circuit Court for Dad*
County. Florida. Probato
Division the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami Beach. Florida 33130
Trie personal represents!Ive of
the estate la Helen Aseael
whose address is 1007 East
Cypress Drive. Pompano
Beach. Florida 33000 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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
nis agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim is
not yet due. the date when it
*ill become due shall be
-Uled If the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated the
.ainn- nf the uncertainty shall
be staled If the claim is se-
. urcd the secunty shall be de-
fended The claimant, shall
'leli\er sufficient copies of the
. laim to the clerk to enable the
(lerk lo mail one copy to each
personal representative
All persons .nlerested in the
itati to horn a upy of this
Notice nf Administration has
turn moiled are required.
WITHIN Fill P. MONTHS
FROM THK I>ATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION Or"
THIS NOTICE tc file any os>
...n-- they ma> have that
... Uty of the
deceilen'. s sill the quail
ni ol ine personal re-
n -enlame m '.he venue or
junsdic lion of the c ourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
IND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
..- Solue of Administra-
tion March J) 19S1
Helen Assael
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Jack Cohen
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Louis Lewn*
330 Lincoln Road Suite 22s
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone i30S. 532 1701
***' March 20, 27 1981
day of Fearuary
aoj
ltan
RJCHARDP BrUNKER
C3ora Csmae Caart
By AD Wade
__ fMMjCWrt
Mar 4 13 3* 77 i.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
o*Ot COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cas*N*.ll-44MFC
/AMILV DIVISION
N RE TheMarnageOf
EMILEJILMISTE
Petitioner Husband
snd
UN DA julmiste
Respondent Wife
^^O^P^UCATION
..J01 LINDA JlXJgrSTE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN Ire
hereby notified lo serve a coav
J* >xair Answer to the Petiuon
D*'*i of Marrtog,
you. upon
filed aeainsi
Miami
N ES4JUIRE IU
^w 12th Avenue
^^T** Bs* ie oriapnsJ
-.th the Clerk of toe cirion
^DATED tto. 33 day of March.
CLElCHA*DP BRLNKER
BY M ERJCE
^PutyCtort
****.H^'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File Member HMM
Division II
IN RE ESTATE OF
RICHARD M KANE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
sUMINRtTRATION
The administration of tHe]
esUte of RICHARD M KANE,
deceased File Number *0-so*0.
Di% 01 is pending in the Cir-
cu.l Court for Dade County.
Flonda. Probate Division the
address of which is 73 W
Flagler Street Miami Fl.
33130 The names and adores
ses ol the copersona, repre-
sentatives and the personal
representative s attorney are
set forth be tow
All interested persons are
required lo file with this court
1THIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE in all
1 aim> against the estate and
I any objection by an inter
ested person to whom notice
was mail that challenges the
validity of the will the
qualification* of the personal
representative, venue or juris-
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
BARRED BE r**
Publication of this Nonce has
begun on March 37. 19*1
Co Personal Re present* fives
SADIE KANE
1*31 NW llthSl
Plan la Hon. FL 33332
HARRY ZUKERN1CK
430 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach FL 33130)
Attorney for co- Personal
Representatives
CHARLES L RUFFNER
444 BncbeU Araau*
suit* an
Mavmi FLsJiSl
J^JPwon* iMilTl-aM.
emm MarcaI7
Apnl 3 tool
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRUCIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.II 4304 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Marriagaof:
MARIA DEL ROSARIO
RODRIGUEZ
['etiUoner.
and
I'EDRO ANTONIO
RODRIGUEZ.
Respondent
TO: PEDRO ANTONIO
RODRIGUEZ
Carrera- ID27I
Barranqullla
COLOMBIA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED thai a Petition tor Dtoao-
lution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced to
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your wrttten
defenses. If any. '0 It. on
CARLOS M. MKNDVZ, Esq..
Attorney for Petition*r. whose
address Is 2083 W. 4th Avenue.
HIALEAH. Florida. *3013. and
file the original with -he Clerk
of the styled Court oa or before
April 24. 1981 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for la
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once esch week, for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
1SH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
BEACH
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this It day of
March. I9S1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade Count v Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
CARLOS M MENDEZ Esq
_n.'i W 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Flonda 33012
Attornev for Petitioner
iWC.i March37.
Aprils. 10. 17. 1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Member H-ilTf
Di vit ion 03
NRE ESTATEOF
BETTVCHABUS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR QEMANDS
AGAINST THE' ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
T1F1ED thai 'he admmisrr*
i.on 01 the estate of BETTY
CHABUS. deceased. File
Member 11 1179. is pending m
'he Circuit Courl for Dad*
Count y, F lor .da. Probate
D.v.skki, the address of wh.cn
is 73 West Flagler S'reet,
M.am.. Florida The personal
representative of the estate >s
GLORIA GENIN. wnoae
oress is IS43 NE Qua/nd*
Terrace. Miami Florida The
name and address of tne
personal representative's
attorney are sei forth below
All persons having claims or
ik-m.uids against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI BL1CA
NUN Or THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
.my c laim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
willing and must indicate the
- fur the claim, the name
.uiO address of the creditor or
his agent ur attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim is
not yet due. the date when it
will hecwm* due shall be
-i.iic-o If the claim u contin-
Ketit ui unliquidated. the
naturv of the uncertainty shall
1. -tai..1 If the claim is ae-
< urcd. the security shall be de-
- nheil The claimant, snail
if* aver -uffictcnl copses of the
1 Uim tu the clerk to enable the
< lerk to mall on* copy to each
perssmal rwarint*tlvs
All perssins interested in the
t >talr to whom a copy of this
NulKe of Administration has
l--n mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS MiTlCE. to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
itrc cdent's will,
ficalsons of the
presenlallve. or th* vissue or
junsdic lion of tne court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
NNI1 >HJECT10NS NOT
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
MARRED
Date of me first pubixenon
of this Notice of Adrnwws
ration March 7* IW
Gloria Cento
As Personal Representative of
me
E state of Betty ChatouS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE;
RICHARD I KROOP
Kwitney. Kroop a Schawtberg.
PA.
CO Lincoln Rd Saute SI2
Miami Beach. Fla 331 J
Telephone S3* 7S7S
March 27, April 3. ltol
DADE COUNTY *i .
NRE ESTATES!?
"i&r*^
NOTICE OF
AGAINST THr "A*
ESTATE AND ALL nL
PERSONS lNTrSrv2!4
THE ESTATE "^l
rilff^raJSpri
of the cstat* <*
BERKOWTTZ dm
Pll* Number W-iajita?
In the Circuit CojhW
County, rkJiST'S
Division the addrea
* 73 WestTilEVj
M^tonu rbn4ll*f
personal reprtstnbjtm *
csUtc ISDORABBRM*'
whose address Is 11101
Court. Miami Btath
MS* The name ud,
the personal IfMsawa
attom.yar*^f0rtM^,
All persons havini claiawj
demands against the nltM|
required WITHIN T\
MONTHS from THr
OF THE FIRST nor,
T,0.NPTHisNcrncTrS
with the clerk of toIJ
court a written sUlen-Ti
any claim nrn.mandthJ
have Each 1 mm mat fcje
wntinK ami must mdicau-l
basis f.,r 'he claim U,n
.cii.i oddresa ol ihe cr
hi- aganl 01 Uk>iw,_
amount claimed 'th*ci*_-
' I lu.- the date r^l
win become due ami,
'''', II Ihe 1 laim 11 a
'widatsl
ii.iiin. .11 tin .merUiaiit-
'"' '' laim ai
,|" tin rcurtty shallk
.aima* l,
' -' ,:f < : nl copiei*!
- < lerk lumitkl
lo mail one copy toi
pvrsw tative
Ml persons inierestedi,
.-v.it. |o -."'m j copy all
N..IH, .1 \iiminisiratoH
- : anp
WITHIN rHREI MORI
M THK HATE OF 1
FIRST Hl.K'ATIOM
THIS NOTICE to file 1,
r,> luij'l
...ulilv 11
ii-j. ilrni *i|| u
n "i :nt perioial
> vm*|
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M-i. I HMS HEXM
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N. in lamimilna
M.ti 1 .: im-i
. iCi-mowM 1
is Personal KrprrBUtiJ
.1 :hr EsUleof J
MORRIS BERK0WIB
ATTORNEY FOR PER
REPRESE NTATIVE
RICHARD I KROOP
Kwitne> Kruopk
Schnnberg P A
430 Lincoln Hoad SuitfSU
Miami H-,ii h. FlondiSlI |
Ti lepnone 305i SW
il
Apnlll
N0TiCfc6#ACTlU
IN THE CIRCUITCOUITI.
THEELEVENTMJUOIOt
CIRCUIT IN AKOFOt L
DADE COUNTY. rlOtMl
Cat* N* 94vII-K II "
FAMILY DIVISRJR
ACTION FOB 01 JSCtUTI
OF Ma MM
IN HE T-.e marrugeol
SALL1E H UEEDER
Petitioner
and
JOHNNY O GEEDER
Re>ponclenl __
TO JOHNNYOCEEEO
.1. linleO
Allanu.Ui Mil.
YOl ARE NOTinED"
an action lor duaiMaJ
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asBMaat you *"d "!j
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written defenses il "]
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UlROSE LUIARgy
.i! CAR I"-" ,jlc
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Page 17-B
hfS^ORCUIT COURT
J FOR
InECOUNTY,FLORIDA
FrOBATE DIVISION
' File Number 81 1292
, Division 03
Ik estate of
IllUIE MARTIN WOLF
Ill'.ISf'l ___
I NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
tie administration of the
,e o( ROBBIE MARTIN
If deceased. File Number
tfi ,s pending In the Clr-
Icburl for Dade County.
Ida I'robate Division, the
KL, of which is 73 W.
fcerSt.. Miami, Fla.33130
[names and addresses of
I m-rsonal representative
line personal representa
attorney are set forth
_, interested persons are
ired to file with this court,
uTn THREE MONTHS OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
.THIS NOTICE: (1) all
L against the estate and
Eny obJecUon by an In-
ted person to whom notice
mailed that challenges the
Ely of the will, the quall-
k,. of the personal
tentative. venue, or
action of the court.
CLAIMS AND OB-
hONS NOT SO FILED
BE FOREVER
,tKI)
Jublicatlon of this Notice
igun on March 20.1981
Irsonal Representative:
BERT MARTIN WOLF
I S37 Navarre St.
pral Gables. Fla 33134
fney for Personal
ksentative:
jrWF.I.I.ISCH. ESQ.
kill & Metzger. P.A.
finer la Ave., Suite aOO-E
ICables. Fla. 33134
tione 13(16 I 445-7864
March 20. 271081
NOTICE UNDER
ri IIOUS NAME LAW
|ICE IS HEREBY
that the undersigned.
I to engage in business
the fictitious name
lEW ASSOCIATES, a
\ General Partnership at
Two South Biscayne
krd, Miami, Florida
mends to register said
(with the Clerk of the
[Court of Dade County,
|D SCHWARTZ
ISMILOW
EYTEICHMAN
IFOGEL
IN BERKOWITZ
[BERNSTEIN
|Y HOFFMAN
|Y FRIEDMAN
.BETTER.ESQUIRE
Mor
Evv ASSOCIATES
One Biscayne Tower
It" Biscayne Blvd.
Florida 33131
March 13, 20.27,
April 3,1981
3TICE UNDER
ITIOUS NAME LAW
Ice IS HEREBY
[that the undersigned,
1 lo engage In business
Ithe fictitious name
IE COLLECTION
|R 3 at 130 S.E First
Miami. Florida In-
register said name
Clerk of the Clruclt
Dade County, Florida.
IUI KMART. INC.
I By JAIME GIVNER.

Mar 6. 13. 20.27.1881
.DTICE UNDER
|TI0US NAME LAW
fE IS HEREBY
Ithat ihe undersigned.
Ito engage in business
pe fictitious name of
fll.M Productions at
ms Avenue. Miami
fL 33140 intenda to
said name with the
I Ul Circuit Court of
U"H Florida
\ IIU.ERNER
1 Adams Avenue
I Beach, PL 33140
Much 13,20.27;
April 3. 1881
|CiR('l ITCOIRTOF
EVENTH JUDICIAL
[LITIN ANDFOR
XJVNTY, FLORIDA
ILY DIVISION
f No 81-3465-FC
PCE OF ACTION
Piarrlageof
JBENJEMIN
Per-
CBENJEMIN
dent-
RICK BENJEMIN
Rulmveldt Park,
etown. Guyana 8.A.
'HE NOTIFIED that
for dissolution of
has been filed
on and you are re-
iserve a copy of your
""enae. if any, ^
J. LEVY, ESQ.,
L'or PeUtloner, 833
W- N.M.B., Fl. 33182
"April 10, 1981, and
.,rtnaLwllh "* cler*
l otherwise a da-
be entered against
IRDP.BRJNKER
I Clerk
JyM.Ertce
|Deputy Oerk
M*rchU,ao.37;
April 3.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
_ THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.si-7*10 FC
IN RE The marriage of
WALTER HUGHES.
Petitioner Husband
vs.
HILDA HUGHES,
Respondent Wife
TO: HILDA HUGHES
1035 Adams Avenue
Franklin Square
Nassau County, N.Y.
YOU HILDA HUGHES are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mail
a copy to Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP, 2356
Salzedo Street, Coral Gables,
Florida, 33134, on or before
March 27,1881 else Petition will
be taken as confessed.
This 25 day of February.
1881.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By Clarlnda Brown
Deputy Clerk
'18804 Mar 8. IS. 20.27.11
NOTICE OF ACTION
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No.81 3060CF
IN R E: The marriage of
ENRIQUE M. ZENDERMAN,
Petitioner Plaintiff,
vs.
MIGDALIA T. FERNANDEZ
ZENDERMAN
Respondent Wife,
TO: MIGDALIA T FER
NANDEZ
ZENDERMAN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you, and that
you are required to serve a
copy of your response or
pleading to the Petition upon
Petitioner's Attorneys,
NEIWIRTH & NEIWIRTH,
located at 169 East Flagler
Street, Suite I02S. Miami,
Florida, 33131, (305) 374 2606.
on or before the 3 day of April,
1981. and file the original
response or pleading in the
off ice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court by same date. If you fail
to do so, a default judgment
will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in the
Petition.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County, Florida, this 27 day of
February. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk
By: C.P. Copeland D.C.
Neiwirth & Neiwirth
Attorney for Petitioner
169 E. Flagler Street
Suite 1025
Miami. Florida 33131
(305) 374 2606
09611 Mar. 6. 13. 20,27. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. II 3060 CF
IN kk rue marriage of
ENRIQUE M ZENDERMAN.
Petitioner-Plaintiff,
vs.
MAGDALIA T FERNANDEZ
ZENDERMAN,
Respondent Wife.
TO: MAGDALIA T FER-
NANDEZ
ZENDERMAN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you. and that
you are required to serve a
copy of your response or
pleading to the Petition upon
I'et it loner's Attorneys.
NEIWIRTH & NEIWIRTH.
Ik alert at 188 East Flagler
Street, Suite 1025. Miami.
Florida. 33131. (305) 374-2608,
on or before the 3 day of April.
1881. and file Ihe original
response or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circrit
Court by same date. If you fail
to do so. a default judgment
will be taken against you for
the relief memanded in the
IV tit ion
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this 27 day of
February. 1881.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By: C.P. Copeland DC.
Neiwirth & Neiwirth
Attorney for Petitioner
168 E. Flagler Street
Suite 1025
Miami. Florida 33131
I30BI 374-2608
00611 Mar. 6.13.20. 27.1881
in the circuit court of
the eleventh Judicial
circuit in and for dade
county, florida
Case No. 81-4026 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
RALPH C.HESSE,
Petitioner-Husband
vs.
KATHERINE ORR HESSE
Respondent. Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
HESSEKATHER,NE RR
45MillfieldSt.
Woods Hole. Mass
YOU KATHERINE ORR
HESSE are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Oerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP
2355 Salzedo Street. Coral
Gables, Florida 33134, on or
before April 17. 1881 else Peti-
tion will be taken as confessed
This 16 day of March, 1881.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By M.J. Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
"DUST March 20, 27
IRCJlT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 81-2105
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MOLLIE GREENZWEIGH
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of MOLLIE GREEN-
ZWEIGH. deceased. File
Number 81-2105, is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler St.. Miami,
Florida. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below.
All Interest persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (II all
claims against the estate and
(2) any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or Jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 20, 1981.
Personal Representative:
Miriam Wenger
1428 Euclid Ave..
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
Attorney tor Personal
Representative.
PAMELA WEISS
420 Lincoln Rd. Suite 348
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
Tlephone: (305) 672-3554
08659 March 20. 27.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
SOUTHERN VALVE at
number 136163 N.W. 74th
Street. In the City of Miami.
Florida. Intends to register the
said name with the County Ad-
ministrator. Department of
Finance. Division of Recording
of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Hallandale.
Florida, this 3rd day of
February. 1981.
SOUTHERN VALVE
& FITTINGS. INC.
By FELIX BYMEL,
President
JEFFREY A KERN. Esquire
Attorney for Applicant
2300 E. Hallandale Beach
Hlvd No 800
Hallandale. Fla. 33009
",i."*.-.' March 20.27;
April 3. 10, 1861
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name 207
I WHOLESALE at 207 N.E. lat
Street. Miami. Florida intends
lo register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
207GIFMART. INC.
By: JAIME GIVNER.
President
HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN.
ESQ.
Attorney for
207 WHOLESALE
09614 Mar. 6.13. 20, IT. 198
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 81-3516
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
ELSA L.WILLIAMS.
Petltloner-Wlfe.
and
NOELC WILLIAMS.
Respondent-Husband
TO: Mr. NoelC. Williams
32 Tree Views Avenue
Kingston 10. Jamaica, W.I.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
.FIED that a Petition for Dis-
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said
petition on petitioner's at-
torney, GEORGE T RAMANI.
ESQ.. Suite 711, Biscayne
Building, 19 West Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before the 10th day of April.
1981. If you fall to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded In said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County, Florida,
this 6th day of March. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By N. A. Newett
Deputy Clerk
00834 March IS, 20.27;
Aprils. 1881
^.NT|CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IS.lt!! C,RCU'T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81-3892
Family Division
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
I OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE
IN RE
OF
ALVARORUIZ
Husband
and
AURA RUIZ
Wife
TO: AURA RUIZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
H on ALBERT L CAR-
RICARTE, PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
2481 NW 7 St., Miami, Fla
33125, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
i court on or before April 17.
1881; 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 FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 12 day of March,
1881
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERTL CARRICARTE,
I'.A.
2491 NW7SL,
Miami. Fla 33125
(3051649-7919
Attorney for Petitioner
09654 March 20. 27;
April 3,10. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
BEST-FURNITURE
DISTRIBUTORS at 3441 E 9
Ct.. HIALEAH. FLA. 33013
intends lo register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
AGUST1NLARA
09649 March 20. 27;
April 3,10. 1981
InThecircuitcourt
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.81-2320
Division 03
"I IN RE: ESTATE OF
IRVING KIPNIS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of IRVING KIPN IS,
deceased. File Number 81-2320,
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 co-personal represent-
atives and the co-personal rep-
resentatives' attorneys are set
forth below.
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(21 any objection by an In-
terested person lo whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
^validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Co-Personal Representative:
Theodore R. Klpnls
115 4th Terrace,
11il .i.lo Island
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Evelyn Lowell
ill 4thTerrace.
I'il .ido Island
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Bernard Olln
717 Benevento Avenue
Coral Gables, Fla. 33146
CYPENftCYPEN
Attorneys for
I Co-Personal
Representatives:
1 By Michael A. Drlbln
1825 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
I Miami Beach, Florida 33140
| Telephone: (305) 532-4721
MBM_________March 20.27, 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
(desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Scoop
at 201 Solano Prado, Coral
Cables. Florida 33156 Intenda to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
THE NEW WORD, INC.
A F!a. Corp.
CYPENANEVINS
Attorney for
The New Word. Inc.
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida S3140
09621 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 names of
Florida Center for Human
Growth and Development.
Florida Center for Human
Relationships, at 1001 N.E. 125
Street, North Miami. Florida
33161 intends to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Constance Morrow. Ph.,D.
Florida Center for Human
Sexuality, Inc.
i By. Howard M. Neu
Attorney for Florida Center for
Human Sexuality, Inc.,
12955 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 400
North Miami, Fla. 33181
09641 March 13, 20, 27.
April 3, 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Pall's
Custom Reloading Service, at
13800 SW 152 St., Miami. Fla.
33177 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Anthony Pall, Owner.
"9650 March 20, 27;
April 3, 10,1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
i ANDFOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 3042 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. The marriage of
. MANUEL MARRERO.
Husband
and
GABRIELA MARINO
MARRERO
< '.ill.- 1 Hi. No. 4314.
Marianao, Havana,
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
It on ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE. PA. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is
L'49l N W. 7th Street. Miami,
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 3, 1881; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
,'ius ie .ii. e shall be published
.jnce 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 27 day of
February, 1881.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
' As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE,
P.A.
2481 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33126
(306)648-7917
Attorney for Petltlonei
09612 Mar. 6. 13, 20, 27.198
*--------NOTICE UNDER---------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Marko's Hair Designer, at
11106 N.W. 62 Avenue. Hlaleah.
Florida 33012 Intends to
register said name with the
.Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I )ade County, Florida.
Marco Rodriguez. Owner
09609 Mar. 6. 13. 20.27.1981
NOTICE TO APPEAR
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADED COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 81-3310
GLEN 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, as
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
EMANUEL SPONDER. ESQ..
Attorney for Plaintiff. 8006
Mn,mi,w Parkway. Mlramar.
Florida 33023. on or before the 4
day of April, 1981. 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. 1981. RICHARD
BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit In and for
Dade County. Florida
By M.Erlce D.C.
08606 Mar. 6. 13.20. 27,1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Civil Action No.li -7*71 FC
"NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
Imercedario ARAGON
Petitioner,
land
YOVANI ARAGON
Respondent
TO YOVANIARAGON
Carrera 36 No 10-90
CALL
Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It,
on CARLOS M MENDEZ.
ESQ. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2988 W. 4th
Avenue, Hlaleah. Florida.
33012. and file the original with
the clerk of the styled court on
or before April 3, 1981;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
UEACH.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 25 day of
February, 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A.D. Wade
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
CARLOS M. MENDEZ. ESQ
2985 W. 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida33012
Attorney for Petitioner
'1960S Mar 6, 13. 20. 27,1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO II 43103
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARTHA HABER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MARTHA
HABER deceased, late of Dade
County. Florida, File Number
81-638 03 Is pending In the
Circuit Court In and for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 3rd Floor, Dade County
Courthouse, 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami, Florida 33130.
The personal representative of
this estate Is MURRAY
HABER, whose address Is 1188
PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK
CITY. NEW YORK 10028 The
name and address of the at-
torney tor the personal repre-
sentative are set forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated. If the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated. If the claim is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk lo enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice Of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
lections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quali-
fications of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
ur-is.ti.-lion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
LAND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
3ARRED.
DATED at Miami, Florida on
this 17th day of MARCH. 1981.
MURRAY HABER
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MARTHA HABER
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 20 day
of March, 1981.
ARTHUR J. MORBURGER
ESQ..311 Biscayne Building
19 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
Telephone: (300) 377-3042
09682 March 20, 27. 1881


'
Page 18-B
-iTL^utn^ktkm
Public Noticel
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. 81-3*77
Family Division
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
HUMBERTO NOVALES
and
TERESA COLLAZO
GONZALEZ
TO TERESA COLLAZO
GONZALEZ
ESTRADA PALMA 313,
Entre Juan Brunos
Zayas & Cortina, i
Apartment F
ll.ivana.Cuba
YOl ARK HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action for
I '^solution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
arc required to serve a copy of
youi written defenses, if any. to
II on HARVEY D FRIED
M IN Esy attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
130 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach.
I-'l.i 83139, and file the original
u ilh the rlerk of the above
l eourt on or before April
.in 1981; otherwise a default
N: entered against you for
Hi' relief demanded in the
i omplalnl or petition.
This notice sliall be published
unci each week for four ion
secullve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
W NESS mj hand and the
ol laid court al Miami,
da on tins 13 day of March.
-
RICHARDP BRINKER
\> Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
By Paul F. McCarthy
\l Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
H U:\EY I) FRIEDMAN
130 Lincoln Rd .
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Attorney lor Petitioner
096611 March 20, 27;
April 3, 10, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 81-1575
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
ALMASCHEIBE.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of ALMA
SCHEIBE, deceased. File
Number 81-1975. 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
personal representative of the
estate is ROSEMARIE
SCHEIBE. whose address is
3967 NE. 168th Street. Apt. 30*.
North Miami Beach, Florida
8611.0. The name and address 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 PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim Is
lot yet due, the date when It
vill become due shall be
stated If the claim is contin I
gent or unliquidated, tin
nature of the uncertainty shal
be stated. If the claim Is se
cured, the security shall be de
scribed The claimant, shal
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable thi
clerk to mall one copy to eacl
personal representative.
All persons Interested in th<
estate to whom a copy of thl*
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
jer lions ihey may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedents will, the quail-
rications of the personal re-
presentative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
AV-^CLA'JrfS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER ,
BARRED *=..
Dale of the first publication I
of this NoUce of Administra-
tion. March 20.1981.
Rosemarie Schelbe
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ALMASCHEIBE
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
HENRY NORTON, ESQUIRE
19 West Flagler Street,
Suite 1201
Miami, Florida 33130
Telephone (306) 374-3116
09661 March 20, 27. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81-33*7 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of:
MANUEL E. ESPINOZA
Petitioner-Husband,
and
MARIANA C ESPINOZA,
Respondent-Wife
TO: MARIANA C ESPINOZA,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
it on MARIO O.UINTERO JR..
ESQ.attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
Avenue, Miami. Florida 88138,
and file the original with the
clerk of Ihe above styled court
on or before April 10. 1981.
Otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
ones each week for four con-.
SI nt ive weeks in THE!
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and in.
seal i>i said court at Miami.
Florida on this 6 day of March..
1981
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Fhirida
By Clarinda Brown
Ai Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal i
KOSSANDQI INTERO
ATTORN r. i'a AT LA W
till N W 12th Ave
Miami. Florida 33128
Telephone (3051325-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
09628 March 13.20. 27:',
____________________April 3. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
AMERICAWIDE TRAVEL at
612 NW 12 Ave. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
AMERICAWIDE
INSURANCE INC
09623 March 13.20. 27:
April 3. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of
\MERICAWIDE SEGLRO at
613 NW 12 AVE MIAMI.
FLORIDA 33136 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
AMERICA WIDE
INSURANCE INC
09607 Mar. 6.13.20, 27.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.10 18108 FC
FAMILY DIVISION 02
IN RE The marriage of
ERNEST DANIEL
Petitioner
and
MARY E DANIEL
Respondent
TO: MARY E DANIEL
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a copy of your
written defences. If any, on
B.J. LEVY, Attorney for
Petitioner, 633 NE. 167 St.. No.
Miami Beach. Fla.. 33162 on or
before April 10. 1981. and file,
the original with the clerk of
this court; otherwise a default
will be entered against you.
Dated: March 5.1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
Clerk
by C.L. Alexander
As Deputy Clerk
09629 March 13. 20.27;
__________________April 3.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 11-4121 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MOSHE1 LEV!
Husband
and
SHOSHANA LEVI
Wife
TO: SHOSHANA LEV]
1023 North Sierra Bonlta
Apt No. 4
Los Angeles. Cal. 90046
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED 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
il on KWITNEY, KROOP A
SCHEINBERG P A AT-
TORNEYS TOR 1'etitioner.
whose address Is 130 Lincoln
Kit Suite 812, Miami Beach,
Fla 33188, and file Ihe original
with the lerk oi the above
sly led court on or befell spill
20, 1981. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the reliel demanded in the
. omplalnl or peUUon
This notice shall bi published
oni i a< h week ti i
cullvc weeks in THE IEWISH
FLORIDIAN
\\ i iakss m) hai d and the
seal ol Slid Miami.
Florida on this .* I
Man
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clerk. I'
.
B) Willie Bradshaw li
v-1 leput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal
I'M LKWITNEY
KWITNEY, KROOP ,v
SCHEINBERG P
130 Lincoln IM -Suit)
Miami Beach. Fla
Attorney foi Petll
09692 Man t20 31
____ spill3, H '-.
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 81 4188 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage ol
M tRTAINES RAMIREZ
Petitioner w |fe,
and
FRANCISCO RAMIREZ,
Riipondenl husband
YOU, KK \ \ nsco
RAMIREZ, Calls 16 No 1931,
Barrio Brasll Itagul,
tntioqula, Colombia S \ arc
required to file your answer to
Ihe peUUon for dissolution of
mai rlage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve copy
tiieieuf uuon the petitioner'!
altorne) Herman Cohen Esq.,
633 S W 1st Street, Miami Fla
38130, on or before April 24.
1981. or else petition will be
i onfessed
DATED March 18.1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bj M I Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
08666 March 3d 31
_____________ADril 3.10, 1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COORrOF ~\
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.81-3103 FC
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
KOSAI.V A OU ITIERREZ
HEN AH/ ->.
Petl* >ner.
va
DIDIMODE JESUS
NARANJO.
Respondent
TO: Mr DldlmoDe Jesus
Naranlo
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been died and commenced
in this court and you are
required 10 serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on
rtanr) l.eyte Vidal. Stone.
Sostchln & Cmualez. P A
attorney tor PeUUoner, whose
address is 1401 Weal Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 88188
Tel Mil, and file the
original with Ihe clerk of the
above t) led i ourl on or before
\pi || in ihm otherwise a
d< fault will be igainat
you lor the renel prayed lor In
Ihe i omplalnl oi petition
This notice stall be published
once each week foi tour con
.,., iiivi wei In THE JEW
ISHFLORII : *N
\\ ITNESS it-.-- hand and the
ll Miami
Mai i h

III CHARD MKER
i 'ourt
11.oi. Count) FlOl
H> K Seifi led
IsDe| ly< 'lerk
nt Court Si
Henrj Leyte Vldal
stone Sostchln a
\
1401 West Flagli I
Miami Floi
Hll
Altorne) t"i Petitioner
Man li 13
____________________April,1. 1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 81 35*7 FC
IN RE: The marriage of
TERRI R WELLS, '
Petitioner Wife
vs.
JAMES R. WELLS.
Respondent-Husband
TO: JAMES R. WELLS
Headquarters A
Company 6th
Battalion OSUT
A61 |
373 70-5179
Ft. Gordon. Georgia 30906
YOU JAMES R WELLS are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this PeUUon for
Dissolution of Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mall
a copy to Petitioners Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2355
Salzedo Street, Coral Gables
Florida 33134. on or before
April 3. 1981 else Petition will
be taken as confessed.
This 3 day of March, 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByM.A.Hewett
Deputy Clerk
0961/ Mar. 6. IS. 20. 27,1981
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 61 4025 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
MYKOI.A YANKOWSKI
Petitioner Husband
vs.
LI CYNA YANKOWSKI
Respondent Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO I.l'CYNAYANOSKI
Residence Unknown
OI Ll'CYNA YANKOW
al\l are hereby notified to (He
your answer to this PetlUon for
D.ssout.on of Marriage with
the Clerk of ihe Court and mail
'W,ol Petitioners Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP, 2355 Sal
zedo Street, Coral Gables
Horida. 33134. on or before
April 17. 1981 else Petition will
be taken as confessed
This 16 day of March. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByCPCopeland I
Deputy Clerk
09658 March 20, 27
April 3 in, 1 us 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CaseNO.81 374*
IN RE The man:.!
LiONZALOV ARC! \S
Petitioner Husband
\ 1
SHIHLEi G '. tRGAS
Respond."- \S He
in SHIRLEY U \ tRGAS
Resident I nknown
vm SHIRLEY G VARGAS
an herebj notified lo I.....m
answei to tins petition for
Dissolution ol Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mail
a cop) in Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL G U.l.l P, .'355
Salzedo Streel 1 lora.1 1 tables,
Florida 38184. on or before
April 3. iw-l else PeUUon will
In- taken as 1 onfessed
Tins ] day ol March. 11*1
RICHARDP BRINKER
Clei k Circuit Court
B) M A Hew.It
Deputy Clerk
08616 Mai a IS .11 27, 19M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Miami International Consumer
Distributors, and M I CD at
Suite 310. 34 S E 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida, intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Miami International
Consumer
Distributors, Inc.
RafiUziel. President
Mortimer S Cohen. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
0*3' March 13. 20, 27,
April 3. 1981
lNHT=M_t1 CIRCUIT COURT OF'
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT FOR DADE
COUNTY,FLORIDA
Case No. 81-4028 FC
. ,*M,LV DIVISION
in re the marriage of 1
TEDSTEINER
Petitioner-Husband I
vs. I
MARTHA STEINER
Respondent-Wife 1
TO. NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARTHA STEINER
INV A6AvenldaN O
are 1^ KMARTHA REINER
are hereby notified to file your
answer to this PeUUon or D1.J
April 17. 1881 else PeUUon wli.
be taken as confessed
This 16 day of March imi
Chirk1 Circuit Court
By MJ Harnett
Deputy Clerk
81 March 20. 27
April 3. 10.1981
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF '
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. INANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CaseNo.81 1589 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE: The marriage of:
LOIS WILLIAMS
Petitioner. Wife
and
OLICE WILLIAMS
Respondent. Husband
__ NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Mr. Olice Williams
627 N.W. 14th St.
Florida City, Florida
.YOU.,ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you art
required to serve a copy of your
Ma5VW,2f^ '*
FRANK W. ZAREMRA
ESQUIRE. P.n,ion?rAi
gyPE S*06 address is 9601 '
Sunset Drive. Miami, Florida
jJJJ* on or before April 10, !
iwi, and file the original with !
before service on Petitioner's
Sgywy or immediately
thereafter otherwise a default
win be entered against you for
witness my hand and seal
ot this Court on March 9, 1961
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L.C Bedasse
Deputy Clerk
*"6 March 13. 20, 27,
April 3, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81-38*5 FC
Family Division
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
FELIX IK mm IN
Husband
and
MARIA JOSEFA BORBON
wife
TO: MARIA JOSEFA BOR
BON
834 W. 176 Street
Apt. SB
New York. New York
10033
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
DlssoluUon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to
It on ALBERT L
CARRICARTE, P.A attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7 St.. Miami. Fla
S8186, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 1;
19M 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
-ei it i\ w eeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
w IT NESS my hand and
seal 1 1 said court at Miami
Florida on this 12 day of Man h
[Uk 1
RICHARD l' BRINKER
XsCI. ik Circuit Court
Dade < 'ounty. Florida
Bj MJ Hartnett
\s Deputy Clerk
' Cm ult Court Seal 1
M.HKRT I, CARRICARTE
P A
2491 NW7 8I .
Miami. Ela 33125
1306 1 649-7917
Attorney lor PeUUoner
March 20. 27
April 3. 10. I9M
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and *rw*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. SO 192*4 FCJ7
FAMILY DIVISION
Judge Richard S. Hickey
IN RE The Marriage Of
SYLVAN IE BROWN
PeUUoner Witt
and
RAYMOND BROWN,
Respondent Husband
TO RAYMOND RftOWN
NOTICE OT PUBLICATION
YOU RAYMOND BROWN
LKA 4:il N E 62 Street. Miami
Florida 3313* are hereby not!
lied |o serve a copy of your
\n-wei lo the Petition For
I iissolutlun of Marraige filed
against you. upon Wife's at
lorney GEORGE NICHOLAS
E9QUIRB, 612 N.W 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before April
17. 1981. otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this Uth day of
March, I9ni
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk
By K Seifried
Deputy Clerk
09647 March 20. 27
Aprtl3.10. 1M
1
Miami Ben fy
Alton,.
\Ur (;iJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81 541
Division 07
IN RE ESTATE OF
HYMAN ELFMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of HYMAN ELFMAN.
deceased. File Number 81 -561
021. In pending In the Circuit
Court lor Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33101. The names and ad-
dresses on the personal re pre
sentaUve and Use personal
represenlaUve's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persona are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
12) any objection by an in
terested person to whom noUce
was mailed thatllenges the
validity on Use will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Publication of this NoUce has
begun on March 20. 1983.
Personal Representative
IDA SHANE
1015 13th Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
JAMES R SLOTO. ESQUIRE
Law Offices of Cristol
A Mlshan
21 N E First Avenue
Miami. Florida33131
Telephone 13051 379-1792
09848 March 20, 27 1981
NOTICE Of*,,
CONSTRUCTIVE
(NOPROPEt
IN THECIRCUITO
^HE ELEVENTH!
CIRCUITOF Fit,
ANOFOR04DIC.
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number 88MS*i
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+Jewish norkttnr,
Page 19-B
iblic Notice8 Violinist Menuhin Soloist Here Mar. 31
, NOTICE UNDER
fcflTlOUS NAME LAW
E,[.K U HEREBY
|K that the undersigned.
" I,, i-ngage In business
II,.- fictitious name
. \,s(lales. at c o
h.in Development Corp..
Sunrise Blvd.. Suite
iKort l-auderdale. Fla.
I intend 1" register said
with the Clerk of the CTr-
Court of Bade County.
man Development
BO I'.rrenlagelnt.;
(smith. ilK). 9-5 I'ercen
,i,l inc. B.5 Percentage
Nith. Inc.. -5 Percen-
jit .
ri. Inc.. 5 Percentage
[y Inc.. 9.9 Percentage
L Inc 1.9 Percentage.
M.iiulli'r. Smith
ir, Jacobowltl
Id. V A
|ict tor Applicants
March 27
Aprils. 10. 17. I9H1
, NOTICE UNDER
bTITIOUSNAME LAW
||,|.; IS HKKEBY
Hull Ihc undersigned.
[i^ in engage in business
III), net HUMS name Lais
i, ,,| IKM SW K St..
l-l.i 33134 intend to
i ,.,mI name with the
,,i (he Cm wit Court of
ininty, florid".
K.il.nl Valerlllu
March 27;
\pnl.l. 10. 17.I9MI
THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
)ECOUNTY. FLORIDA
? ROBATE DIVISION
File Number 81-I63S
Division 03
ESTATE OF
lANOREKNHUT.
rased
NOTICE OK
UlMINISTRATION
III. I'KRSONS HAVING
|M OR DEMANDS
JNST THE ABOVE
iTK AND ALL OTHER
It INS INTERESTED IN
BSTATE
Mir: HEREBY
KIKH that the admin
on hi the estate of LIL-
lUREENHUT, deceased.
lumber M 1635. is pending
Circuit Court for Dade
Florida. Probate
iin. the address of which
A.si Klagler Street,
II. Kl. 3.1131 The personal
lenlaUvc of the estate are
NATIONAL BANK OF
LYWOOO AND SEI.MA
IKO whose address Is
Hollywood Blvd..
'>! Kl. 33020 and 4747
: Avenue. No. 502, Miami
|i. KL 33140, respectively.
ami", and address of the
In- I representative's
I) are set forth below.
-mi.-, having claims or
in : ., ..iii-t the estate are
ed. WITHIN THREE
HIS KROM THE DATE
HIE KIRST PUBLICA-
IOK THIS NOTICE, to file
|the chirk of the above
a written statement of
lann or demand they may
Each claim must be In
lg and must indicate the
Ifm the claim, the name
(dilivss of the creditor or
nl in attorney, and the
Jit claimed. If the claim Is
et due. the date when It
become due shall be
II the claim Is contin-
ue unliquidated, the
' ui the uncertainty shall
M'il II the claim is se-
I Ihe security shall be de-
|H The claimant, shall
Ii sufficient copies of the
11 the clerk to enable the
It" inall one copy to each
fci.. lepresentatlve.
|peisoiis interested in the
1 whom a copy of this
of Administration has
mailed are required.
N THREE MONTHS
THE DATE OK THE
PUBLICATION OF
[NOTICE, to file any ob-
is Ihey may have that
pge the validity of the
enl's will, the quail-
pus of the personal re-
ntalive, or the venue or
letlon of the court.
, CLAIMS, DEMANDS.
(OBJECTIONS NOT SO
I> WILL BE FOREVER
El)
I* ut the first publication
"his Notice of
Jislration: March 27,1981
"JNATIONALBANK
I Or HOLLYWOOD
Py JOYCE BOYER,
Vice President
4 Trust Of fleer
As Personal
*presentatlve of the
Estate of
P1I.1ANOREENHUT
J Deceased
f>EI.MA SHAPIRO.
iii-!.",".1 KcPresenUtlve
IHNKY FOR PERSONAL
JK.SKNTATIVE:
IMS. ANTON,
f INS. RESNICK.
IKII)KR4MAOER,P.A.
syler Street,
kixsso
?""d.KL 33022
pone 921-5500
March 27
Aprils. 1881
Yehudi Menuhin. among the
great violin virtuosos of our time,
will mark the finale of Temple
Beth Sholom of Greater Miami's
1980-81 Great Artists Series
when he appears as Soloist with
the Florida Philharmonic, Jorge
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
C.1VKN that the undersigned.
(Miring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
OORDIN GREEN ASSO
CIATES at 2025-35 NW 167th
Street. Miami, Florida, Intend
to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Toby i;i ri-ii
a 1-3 interest
Joseph S. Uordln and
Ruth Cordin. his wife.
a 1-3 Interest
Benjamin Dranoff and
Jeannette Dranoff.
his wife, a I 6 Interest
Dr. BartD. lala
a 1-6 Interest
liv* Offices of
Ainslee R. Kerdie
Attorney for Applicant
Suite 215. 717 Ponce de Leon
Blvd..
Coral Cables. Klorlda 33134
Tel: (3101445-3557
119521 March 6.13. 20. 27. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 81 4549 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN ItK THE MARRIAGE OK
M.HKKT LOUIS FRANCO
Petitioner
and
SI IAKON LKE KRANCO
Respondent
TO: SHARON LEE KRANCO
il9h Apuway Place
I iiam.ind Head. Route 1
Buy St. Luuis. Miss
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
VOI. ARE HEREBY NO
TIKI::u Unit a petition for
Dissululiuii of your Marriage
lia-.tr. in filed and commenced
in lln.s court and you are re-
i|iiired In serve a copy of your
wiidi n defenses, if any. to It on
I.A A OFFICES OF ROBERT
\l SI SSMAN. PA attorney
lor 1'elitioner. whose address Is
Smle 14306, Hiscayne Building.
Ill West Klagler St. Miami.
Fla 3.1130, and file the.rlglnal
uitli the clerk uf the above
styled court on or before April
-\ IIVm. otherwise a default
will he entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
einiipliiliil or petition
Tills notice shall be published
line*' each week for four conse-
cutive weeks in the JEWISH
FMMtlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal uf said court at Miami.
Florida mi this 21 day of March.
MINI
RICHARD P. BR1NKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByS.A Byrd
as Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
ROBERTM SUSSMAN.ESQ.
19 West Klagler St..No 1408
Miami. Fin.33190
i.uimm
Attorney for Petitioner
MM March 27;
_______________April 3. 10. 17.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
File No. M-171*
Division 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA KLEIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that the administration
of the estate of ANNA KLEIN,
deceased. File Number 80 8739,
is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which Is 73 West Klagler
Street. Miami. Klorlda. The
personal representative of the
estate Is CARYL TARR and
ALICE WEINER whose ad
dress is 81-32 l9th Street.
Jamaica. New York and 75-51
188th Street. Eliishlng. New
York, respectively. The name
und address of the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
March 27. 1981
Caryl Tarr
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ANNA KLEIN
Deceased
Alice Welner
Personal Representative
of Estate of
Anna Klein
ATTORNEY KOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE.
STRIARANDSLAVIN. PA
Skylake State Bank
Building. Suite 302
IU0N.E. Miami Gardens
Drive
Norm Miami Beach, Kla 53179
Telephone: (3051 944 1333
0QM7 March 27;
April 3. 1981
Mester. conductor. Tuesday,
March 31. 8:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Theater of the Performing
Arts.
Coordinated by Cultural Arts
Director, Judy Drucker, tickets
are available at the temple office.
Public Notices
SAMUEL AND
LILLIAN LICHTENSTEIN
CHARITABLE AND
EDUCATIONAL
FOUNDATION INC.
Principal activity of this
iiruiinlxution la toaccumulatea
siillii miiI capital for the follow
inn purpose*
lui sun, l-iwivme 1.1,-hten
slein. is a lull Professor of
Medical Research of the Johns
Hopkins University and
Hospital in the area of Immu-
nology He will be experiment-
In^ in the cures of allergies and
oilier diseases.
These experiments will re-
liiire huge sums of capital
ai eiiiiiulation.
I lot lor Llchleustein also
leai lies and lectures all over
Ihe world In these special
field* This too will require
llll^e sums
lie is also a dilution for In-
dividuals to survive their ail
melds
_________________March 27 1981
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. (0-1740
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OK
MAX KLEIN
I ieeeased
NOTICE OK
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIFO ii:..i the administration
of the estate of MAX KLEIN,
deceased. Kile Number 80-8740.
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Klorlda,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 73 West Klagler
Street, Miami, Klorlda. The
personal representative of the
estate Is CARYL TARR AND
ALICE WEINER whose ad-
dress Is 81-32 189th Street.
Jamaica. New York and 75-51
iv.in Street. Flushing. New
York, respectively. The name
and address of the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
Date of the first publication
of this Notice oiAdmln-
Istratlon: March 27. 1981.
Caryl Tarr
As Personal RepresentaUve
of the Estate of
MAX KLEIN
Deceased
Alice Welner
Personal Representative
of the Esta.-uf
Max Klein
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
STRIARANDSLAVIN, P.A.
Skylake State Bank
Building. Suite 302
1550 N.E Miami Gardens
I Vivo
North Miami Beach. Kla. 33179
I'. Ii phone 13051 911 1333
HOWPt March 27;
April 3.1981
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11-731*
Division 01
IN RE: ESTATE OK
RAK SCHUMAN ROSEN-
THAL.
Deceased
NOTICE OK
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of Rae Schuman Rosen-
thai, deceased. Kile Number
Hl-2319, Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County.
Klorlda. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Klagler Street. Miami. Klorlda
33130. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All Interested persons are re-
SHired to file with this court.
'ITHIN THREE MONTHS OK
THE KIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(21 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed what challenges
the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris-
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO KILED WILL
BE KOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 27. 1981.
Personal RepresentaUve:
FLAGSHIP NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI
100 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables. Klorlda
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
CYPEN & CYPEN
By: Michael A. Drlbln
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Fl. 33140
Telephone (305) 532-4721
09082 March 27
April 3. 1981
(bttuartea
GOLDBERG
Rose. 7fi. Coral Gables, passed
away March 18. A resident for
Ml yean, formerly of Detroit.
Surviving are her daughters.
\da /.inimerer of Glencoe. III.;
Sue Lewis, Oafayette, Calif,
and Huney Mondress of
Spokane. Wash. 9 grandchil-
dren and 2 great-grandchll-
Iran. Services were held
March 22 at Gordon with In-
terment at Ml Nebo Cemetery.
YOSELOWIT2
Anna. 92, Miami Beach, passed
away March 21. A resident for
20 yean formerly of Brooklyn.
N.V Surviving are her sons.
Martin (Tlllle) Kiebert of W.
I'aim lieach & Robert (Lillian)
Fiehert- of Brooklyn. NY;
daughters. Nora Tomasulo
i Anthony I of Norwalk. Conn, tt
Claire Bernstein (Gusi of Fort
l.auilcrdalc. brother-in-law,
Nat Kechler (Frieda) of
Detroit, Mich.; 10 grandchil-
dren and 22 great-grandchil-
dren. Services were held
Ibrch H at Riverside with In-
terment at Ml. Nebo.
ADLER. Mrs. Elorence, Boca
Raton. March 19 Rubin.
MERGER. Martin. 87,
Hullandale. March 17 Levitt
Weinsteln.
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number S1-20V7
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
RAY MALKIN
I )e c ease d
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
stale of RAY MALKIN,
deceased. File Number81 -2092.
is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which In 73 West FlaglerSt..
Miami. Fla. 33130. The names
and addresses of the personal
i epi c.Hcntative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are .set forth below
All Interested persons are re-
ininvd to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOE
IT IE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: II) all
claims against the estate and
L' i any objection by an ln-
teivsied person to whom notice
uas mulled that challenges the
validity of the wil'. the quail
iieatious of the personal re-
liiesenlullve, venue, or juris
< lie I ion of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS,
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE KOREVER
BARRED.
I 'ii>ilicaliun of this Notice has
iHgunon March 27. 1981.
Personal RepresentaUve:
Mai Malkin
145 South Shore Drive
Miami Beach. Kla. 33141
VI 'KN4 CYPEN
\ltiimeys for Personal
I lepreseutatlve:
I ly: Michael A. Drlbln
-J5 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
Miami Beach, Kla. 33140
Telephone: 13051532-4721
'" March27;
April 3.1981
BERNARD
Mrs Ruth ii ill hit Miami
Beach Wife of the late Jack
Bernard, surviving are sons,
David II Kayeof Tempe. Ariz..
Richard Bernard of Miami.
Michael Bernard of Miami It
Harry Bernard of Miami
lieach; sisters. Sylvia Mehler
uf Miami. Barbara Stewart of
Miami and brothers. Milton
llutner of Palm Beach; Her-
lierl 11 ii I or i of Saras oi. i and
Bernard Hut mi of Miami; 8
grundchUdren. Services were
held March 20 at Rubin
MANEKIN
Benjamin. 82. Miami March
17. A resident for 19 years,
formerly of Ashevllle. N.C.
Surviving are his wife. Ethel; a
son, Sheldon of Miami, and 2
grandchildren. Services were
held March 19 at Gordon with
interment at Ml Nebo.
HARTLEY
Hen. 80. founder of the Hartley
I lepartment Store passed away
March 19 Surviving are his
wife. Eve: children, Jack &
t'arolec; 2 grandchildren, and
sister. Lilly Orloff. He was a
member of the Brotherhood of
Elks. MB. Anglers Club.
Temple Beth Sholom. Weal-
view Country Club, and the
I'm,iii,> Club. Services were
held March 20
SMITH. Max, 83, N. Miami
Beach. Gordon
SPIVACK. Abe. 87. W Palm
lieach. Riverside.
WINTHEIM, Rose, 78. N.
Miami Beach. March 20.
U'vltt-Welnsteln.
GOLDMAN. Yetta, 81, Miami,
March 21. l.evltl-Weinslein.
LEVINE. Abraham. N Miami
Beach Riverside
I1ERGER. David H.. 86. Miami
Beach. March 22. Riverside.
KVELSON. Ben. Miami Beach
Rubin.
GREEN. Celia D., N. Miami
lieach. Rubin
GOLDMAN. Harold H.. Miami.
March 21. Riverside.
HACKER, Clara. N Miami
Rubin.
HAYKIN. Mrs Rose Curls.
Boo Raton. Rubin.
HERMAN, Pete. 77. Miami
lieach. Rubin.
KATZ, Mrs. Rose. Tamarac.
Rubin.
KAUKMAN, Minnie. PitUburg.
SCHAEKER. Mrs. Claire B..
Hollywood. Rubin.
SIEGEL. Claire. N Miami
Beach. March 21. Levitt
Weinsteln.
CtJLE, Dr. Nathaniel B..
Metuchen, N.J., March23.
DRAGON. David. 69. Miami
Beach. March22.
GUTTERMAN, Mrs.
Nechama. 03. N. Miami
Beach. March 22.
ROSENBLUM. Sarah. 98,
Hollywood. March 23.
Riverside.
SOLOMON. Teas MyrUe. N.
Miami Beach. March 17.
Riverside.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Oprn (eery Day C/ojed iabbait
140 SW 57fh Avenue
Phone 266-2888
H
fcEVITT -1 fE
lEVITT-WWEINSTEIN
memorial chapels
nourwooo i*2i p.mtxon. Rom wi-rzoo
NORTH MIAMI 13Mb W OllK Hw, M0-031S
WEST PALM OeACH Ml 1 OtMOoOM Blvd Bst-STOO
When a loss occurs
away from home.
mmm briws
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
13385 West Dixie Highway
Repirsenled by S levin, F.O.
New York: (212) 263-7600 Queens Blvd & 76th Rd., Forest Hills. NY.
Broward County
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ampaign '81 Approaches Over $20,000,000 Goal
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Pacesetter Awards Page 3
Campaign
Highlights
New Grant
for Seniors
Masada
South Dade
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Holocaust Day 1981 Page 12
Miami's Cuban Jews Page 13
Jerome Gleekel Page 14
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Pacesetters who have been in the forefront of leadership in gii'Wf.i
have made a gift of $25,000 to $99,000 to the annual Combined]*
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign, each year will receivtt
of five in a series of 6" bronzes comprising The Great Minds of J*
Thought Collection. These bronzes, mounted on bases of fa
marble were created by Kenneth Treister expressly for the Pace*
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Pictured [left to t
Moses Maimonides, "For None are like unto Moses"; f*-
Halevy, "Singer ofZion,"and Rabbi Akiva, "Sage and Martyr.'
This material prepared for
The Jewish Floridian supplement
March 27,1981 by the
Greater Miarru Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
President
Harry A. (Hap) Levy
Executive Vice President
Myron j. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations Committee
EliTimoner
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lizabeth Taylor
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ew Pacesetter Award
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
\\y completed a special one week
[lion of the Pacesetter Judaica
lures at the Metropolitan Museum and
tenters in Coral Gables following their
ling on March 12 at an exclusive lun-
[for members of the Pacesetter Division
ing special guest Elizabeth Taylor, who
1 the new David Ben Gurion sculpture.
sculptures, the latest collection by
tally known Miami artist, architect and
Jor Kenneth Treister, will be presented
May 9 Pacesetter Ball to members of
fcvision in appreciation for their leader -
ind sense of responsibility for their
Jews, according to Norman Braman,
ll campaign chairman of the 1981
led Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
lese leaders of our community have
their private achievements with
kense of responsibility for their fellow
{Their individual success is paralleled by
(generosity of spirit," said Harry A
(Levy. Federation president.
great personages commemorated in
Pacesetter Judaica Sculptures and
lions are those whose contributions
)een instrumental in the development
awth of Jewish theology and thought,
I creation of the State of Israel.
Kenneth Treister
Ineth Treister is an architect, artist and
w known for his work in many media.
Icareer as a painter and sculptor, Mr.
\t has exhibited widely throughout the
States including one man shows at the
Greenwich Gallery in New York, the Lowe
Art Gallery in Miami, the Contemporary Art
Museum in Houston, and the High Museum
in Atlanta.
He is also known in Miami for his design
for the Chapel of Temple Israel of Miami
which received the prestigious Merit Award
for Architectural Design presented by the
Guild of Religious Architecture in 1968.
Great Minds of Biblical Tradition
The sculptures have been designed in four
groups, according to Joel Levy, chairman of
the Pacesetter $10,000 to $24,999 Division.
The Great Minds of Biblical Tradition series,
a collection of five bronze medallions, one in
the series to be cast annually, will be
presented to those men who have made a
Pacesetter gift to the CJA-IEF campaign
ranging from $10,000 to $24,999.
These medallions, cast in a limited edition
by use of the "lost wax" technique, will be
signed and numbered by the artist. Each first
time recipient will be presented with his
medallion in a specially designed case,
capable of containing the entire series.
The series depicts Abraham, "Patriarchof
a People"; Moses, "Prophet and Lawgiver";
David, "Sweet Singer of Israel"; Solomon,
"Wisest of All Men"; and Isiah, "Prophet of
Holiness and Justice".
Great Women in Jewish History
A second series of five bronze medallions,
the Great Women in Jewish History, will be
awarded to those women who have made a
gift to the CJA-IEF campaign ranging from

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i series of five bronze medallions, created by
Kenneth Treister and known as The Great ^m^ninJeunsh History
Collection will be awarded to those women who have made a Pace
setter g"fi to the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
setter giji iv L ^o 0ne medallion in a second series of
J^L^^ Titian Collection, will
benresentedtomen Pacesetters who have made a annual Pacesetter
gifftc the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund of
SMOm $24 999 Pictured top [left to right): Esther, Queen and
$h2S* ZndTebork y^^f^^^^T^tof
right): Isaiahl'Prophet of Holiness and Justice ; Solomon, Wisest of
all Men ".and David, 'Sweet Singer of Israel.___________________
$10,000 to $24,999. Cast in the same
technique as the other bronze series, the first
time recipient will also be presented with the
medallion in the same designed case, capable
of holding the entire series.
That series depicts Sarah, "Matriarch for
the Ages"; Deborah, "Judge and
Prophetess"; Ruth, "Righteous Convert in
Israel"; Esther, "Queen and Heroine"; and
Golda Meir, "Woman of Valor".
Great Minds of Jewish Thought
Pacesetters who have made a gift of
$25,000 to $99,999 to the annual CJA-IEF
campaign, will receive an originally designed
bronze statue, signed and numbered by Mr.
Treister, standing 6 inches high and mounted
on bases of Italian marble. These bronzes will
also be cast by use of the lost wax technique,
whose molds will also be broken upon
completion of the series. These bronzes,
known as the Great Minds of Jewish Thought
series, include Rabbi Hillel, "Gentle
Scholar"; Rabbi Akiva, "Sage and Martyr";
Moses Maimonides, "For None Are Like
Unto Moses"; Yehudah Halevy, "Singer of
Zion"; and Martin Buber, "I and Thou".
Special Award for $100,000 Gifts
Pacesetters, who in their generosity have
given $100,000 or more to the annual cam-
paign, will be honored for their commitment
with one of a series of 9 inch bronze statues,
portraying Great Minds in the Creation of
Modern Israel, according to Aaron Podhurst,
chairman of the Pacesetter $25,000 and Over
Division. These sculptures are signed and
numbered by the artist and are mounted on
bases of Italian Carrara marble.
Having been cast in an extremely limited
edition by Mr. Treister and the artisans of the
Delmar Foundry in Naples. Italy, the original
mold will be broken upon completion of the
series.
The sculptures include Theodore Herzl,
"Visionary and Realist"; Chaim Weizmann,
"Scientist and Idealist"; Vladimir Ze'ev
Jabotinsky, "Fighter for National Redem-
ption"; David Ben Gurion, "Builder of a
Nation"; and Menachem Begin, "Fighter for
Freedom Seeker of Peace".
Marvin Hamlisch
at Pacesetter
Extravaganza
This year's Pacesetter Ball will be held on
Saturday evening, May 9, at the Fon
tainebleau Hilton Hotel with award winner
Marvin ("Chorus Line", "They're Playing
Our Song", "The Sting", "The Way We
Were", etc., etc., etc.] Hamlisch and orchestra
providing the entertainment. Be sure and
save the date for this exciting night. We will
be presenting the Pacesetter Judaica
Sculptures and Medallions at this time to all
of our wonderful Pacesetters who have given
so much of themselves to help so many. Yon
truly make the difference.


Campaign Highlights
Following a meeting in Washington, D.C. with President Reagan,
Israeli Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir was in Miami for a special
private briefing for leadership of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Among the leadership pictured here are [left to right]:
Arnold Rosen, member Pacesetter Division; Harry A. [Hap] Levy,
GMJF president; Yitzhak Shamir, and Jack Chester, chairman Pace-
setter Committee, Cuban Hebrew Division.
Barbara Isan was the hostess for a Women's Division Temple Judea
campaign event. Pictured here [left to right] are Barbara Isan; Irene
Bums, chairman-Special Events; Florence Baskin, chairman of event;
Phyllis Miller, chairman of event; and Laurel Shapiro, sisterhood
president.

A phonothon was recently held by the Alpha Omega
Fraternity at the Federation building on behalf of the CJ,
Among those present were [left to right]: Arthur W. Sitrin,r
chairman-Dentists Division; Harry A. [Hap] Levy, president-fjk
Lloyd L. Wruble, campaign chairman-Dentists Division andMt
N. Rosenberg, honorary chairman.
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Hal Spaet, State legislator, and Elaine Bloom, chairman of
Federation's Committee on Services to the Elderly, were the guest
speakers at a wine and cheese reception on behalf of the CJA-IEF
held by the Nursing Homes, Home Health Agency and Allied Fields
Division on March 2. Shown [left to right] are Perry Goldberg,
chairman, Hal Spaet, and Sandford Hildebrandt, co-chairman.

The Doral Beach Hotel was the site for a recent cocktailpartyl
Young Adults Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Fet"
Among those present at the function on behalf of theCJM
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[left to right]: Bob Merlin, YAD campaign
Hellman, executive director-Conference of Presidents of Mai
ican Jewish Organizations; Jack Levine, chairman-YAL
k.wi uewisn Urganizations; Jack Levine, chairman-m
committee; Davida Levy, and Harry A. [Hap] Levy, Pn'
GMJF.
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Pictured with the presidium of the Sephardic Jewish Center
sisterhood of North Miami Beach, Rea Algaze [right] and Marilyn
Almira [left], is Judi Billing [center], vice chairman Leadership
Development for the North Dade Board of the Women's Division.
These three, among others, were attending a Womenys Division
special campaign event on behalf of the CJA-IEF at the Center.
fetters Roz and Col Kovens are pictured here at a reception they
at Bal Harbour 101 on February 5. Mr. Kovens is Pacesetter
irman, $25,000 and Over Division. With the Kovens are Mrs.
beth Moynihan [left] and special guest speaker U.S. Senator
?l Pa trick Moynihan.
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Shown at the Stratford House Annual CJA-IEF Brunch are [left to
right]- Milton Moskowitz; Aaron Miroff, co-chairman; guest speaker
Elaine Bloom, chairman of Federation's Committee on Services to the
Elderly; and Edith Pisk, chairperson.
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Wesday, Februrary 24, Larry and Marcia Schantz graciously
id their home to leadership of the Big Gifts Division for an in-
\twe meeting featuring General Amos Baram, deputy corn-
er of the Northern District, Israel Defense Forces. Pictured here
fne of the guests [left to right]: Mrs. Sam Brenner, Sam
Per, Robert Bakerman and Mrs. Robert Bakerman.
Federation's Women's Division held a special event to benefit the
1981 CJA-IEF at Temple Moses on Normandy Isle on February 25.
Shown [left to right] are Lili Olemberg, Victoria Adouth, Irene Baros
and Esther Garazi.


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5, 10 & 20 Club Members (as of February 28, 1981):
9%
Sam Adler
Stanley Arkin
Gerson Bernstein
Max Bernstein
George Dean
Alice Durst
Gerald Engel
Myra Fair
Nancy Frehling
Paula Friedland
Nat Friedman
Morris Futernick
Richard Gerstein
Dr. Elliot Gordon
Morris Grauer
Gail Harris
Ezra Katz
Louis Katzman
Alan Kluger
Cal Kovens
Steven J. Kravitz
Davida Levy
Joel Levy
Paula Levy
Norman Lipoff
David Lipsky
George Malin
Ben Marcus
Allen Margolis
Evelyn Mitchel
Stanley Newmark
Aaron Podhurst
Norman Rachlin
David Rosenbaum
Kenneth Schwartz
Leon Z. Segal
Edward R. Shohat
David Silver
Dr. William Silver
Harry B. Smith
Fay Stein
John Sumberg
Nat Wechsler
Richard S. Wolfson
Dr. Lloyd Wruble
Barry Yarchin
Marvin Zuckerman
10's
Bunny Adler
Michael Adler
Harry Barnett
Norman Braman
Irma Braman
Harvey Friedman
Marvin Goldman
Morris Kirsch
Jeffrey Lefcourt
Nancy Lipoff
Ellen Mandler
Maxine Schwartz
Sandi Simon
Philip T. Warren
Esther Weinkle
20's
L. Jules Arkin
Rabbi Shimon Azulajj
Helene Berger
Mikki Futernick
Harry uHap" Levy
Anita Robbins
Marilyn K. Smith
Worker Recruitment and Recognition Committee: Kenneth Schwartz,
Ha^We^er11 ^ StuartJacob$ George Malin, Sidney Olson,
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rant Opens
ew Vistas For
rea Seniors
y-eight year old Mario Rodriguez has
long Jews since he came to Miami in
et hi- understands nothing about
holidays. Yetta Katz, 72, hears
with increasing frequency in her
rhood. but understands little of the
ulture which now surrounds her.
h a grant designed to provide com-
iive bi-cultural humanities programs,
fo senior citizens will soon be able to
and understand their cultures,
sand communities.
National Endowment for the
dities (NEH) has awarded a grant to
(ntral Agency for Jewish Education
) to provide outreach library services
.r citizens in the Greater Miami Jewish
lispanic communities. The an-
lent was made by Morton Silberman
.es as chairman of the Comprehensive
mity Planning Council of South
and is a past president of the Greater
ewish Federation.
grant was developed as part of a two
monstration project undertaken by
uth Florida Jewish Federations
Miami, South Broward. Fort
(dale and Palm Beach. All are members
(Comprehensive Community Planning
. The project's intent is to find federal.
nd local funding for social service
s in all four communities.
lart of the demonstration project. Fay
the Council's grants consultant,
with CAJE, one of the Greater Miami
Federation's local agencies, to develop
jposal for outreach library services
was recently accepted by NEH in
igton D.C. According to Silberman.
the first time a Jewish community
has received a grant from NEH for
ie of project.
d Golden, president of CAJE and a
(r of (IMJF's board of directors, ex-
hat the cultural exchange program in
inanities will not only bring senior
o the library, which is located in the
ion building at 4200 Biscayne
xd in Miami, but will ultimately bring
to senior citizen centers throughout
NK.I1 award for the project is $37,515,
menting the project's total cost of
[ The difference will be compensated
n kind contribution from CAJE, which
ivide materials, space and equipment.
SHU funds will be used to purchase
Ind audio-visual aids, as well as to rent
p transport senior citizens to and from
Xary. The funds will also enable the
library to bring its services directly
^community.
len stressed that the project will
I bilingual programs for elderly
fs of the area. Humanities scholars
be Jewish-Hispanic communities are
ed to present a variety of bi-cultural
. musical programs and historical
Ions of holiday traditions.
[first activity planned in the series will
In Passover and Easter, providing a
|tural presentation of ethnic holidays,
planned holiday activity will
Christmas and Chanukah, a com-
of cultures, traditions and the
of art, music and foods of the two
|r programs in the humanities
ly being planned include a study of the
I of music in both the Jewish and
lc cultures, featuring illustrative live
performances; the history of the art of the
two cultures; Eastern European and Cuban
immigration to South Florida, a comparison
of the old and new countries; and 15th
century Spanish literature, comparing its
relation to Judaism and the ties of the Jewish-
Hispanic cultures.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, president of GMJF,
comments that "the mental stimulation this
outreach program will offer the elderly will be
almost as meaningful as the program itself."
"Furthermore,'' added Myron J. Brodie,
GMJF executive vice president, "the funds
for this project will enable large and diverse
groups living in one area to better understand
and accept each other's ethnicity."
In addition to the NEH library award, the
Comprehensive Community Planning
Council's grants consultant is currently
working with two Broward County Jewish
Federations and a funding agency to build
two senior adult housing projects in that area,
entailing 250 units at at cost of $7.7 million.
The Council and the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida have requested
$53,000 from the U.S. Department of
Education to present a consumer education
program designed to educate the elderly on
the legal and financial aspects of con-
Continued on Page 13
Theater and Music Highlight Yiddish Folk Fair
The food is being prepared, the actors and
singers are practicing their parts, and once
again the entire community will fill their ears,
eyes, and bellies at the Yiddish Folk Fair on
April 5. from 11:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The annual event, sponsored by Jewish
Community Centers of South Florida, will be
held at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC located
at 18900 N.E. 25th Avenue, North Miami
Beach.
The fair, which attracts thousands from all
over South Florida, this year will feature the
theme "100 Years of Jewish Music and
Theatre Booths and displays of
memorabilia and exhibits covering a wide
range of Jewish culture, along with art and
craft demonstrations will highlight the fair.
The Second Hand Rose Shop will be filled
with bargains, while Bubba's Kitchen wdl fill
you up with traditional kosher foods and
show you the techniques for creating your
own Jewish delicacies.
The Second Avenue Theatre tent will be
hopping with Yiddish songs and skits in
many languages for every one. There will also'
be a Yiddish Cultural Theatre Tent where
songs, stories, and poems will be Presented by
the Yiddish Cultural Clubs of North Dade
Children are welcome to share in games and
entertainment, craft activities, and specially
guided tours.
The special attraction of the day will be two
performances of "A Bintel Brief," at 1 and 3
p.m. in the JCC's Katz Auditorium. The play,
based on Ann Landers-type letters to the
JEWISH DAILY FORWARD around the
beginning of the century, recreates the
humor, drama and pathos of the American
Jewish immigrant.
"These performances are an excellent way
of reminding ourselves and teaching our
children, about who we are and how we got
where we are," said Muriel Russell, president
of the Jewish Community Centers of South
Florida.
The program will be translated for those
who are not familiar with Yiddish. "We are
fortunate to have the talents of Professors
Sender and Mindele Wajsman," said Mrs.
Russell, "with storyteller and singer Louise
Levine, and Yiddish teacher Miriam Hoff-
man."
General admission to the fair is $1. Children
under 12 can enter free if they come with an
adult. Free parking and shuttle bus service
from Highland Oaks Junior High School at
203rd Street and N.E. 24th Avenue, and from
Temple Sinai of North Dade, 18801 N.E. 22nd
Avenue will be provided. There will also be
free bus transportation from several of the
condomimiums along Miami Gardens Drive.
For further information, please call the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center at 932-4200.


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The American Broadcasting Company will
air the mini series "Masada" from April 5 to
April 8. This series will depict one of the most
significant events in Jewish history, the war
gainst the Romans from 66-74 C.E. Broad
cast locally on WPLG Channel 10, the
program will be aired according to the
following schedule. Part I. Sunday. April 5
from 9 to 11 p.m.. Part II, Monday, April 6
from 9 to 11 p.m., Part III, Tuesday. April 7
from 9 to 11 p.m., and Part IV, Wednesday,
April 8 from 9 to 11 p.m.
The following viewer's guide was prepared
in cooperation with the Jewish Media Service
of the Jewish Welfare Board.
Understanding Masada:
Overview and
Historical Background
For the Jewish people, the Great War of
66-74 CE constitutes a dual tragedy. The
obvious and ultimate calamity was of course
the destruction of the Second Temple and the
total razing to the ground of Jerusalem.
Within this catastrophe there was another
tragedy, when Jews rather than channeling
all their forces against the common Roman
enemy, chose instead to embark on a path of
internal strife and self-destruction, thus
bringing the sages to comment that it was
"senseless hatred" [sinat hinam] that caused
the destruction. These ultimate tragedies,
however, with all their traumatic impact both
at the time and upon subsequent generations,
tend to overshadow and even distort the
events and atmosphere in Judea prior to the
Great War, events and prevailing attitudes
that are crucial for our understanding of
Masada.
Jewish Resistance
To begin, one basic point must be
remembered: Jewish resistance to Roman rule
in Judea did not begin with the war of 66 CE,
nor did it cease with the fall of Masada on
Passover of 74. In a victory speech placed in
the mouth of Titus by the historian Josephus
Flavius, the Roman general berates the
vanquished Jewish leaders "who from the
first, ever since Pompey, reduced you by force
never ceased from revolution." A careful
study of Jewish history, beginning in 63 BCE
with the fall of the Hasmonean state and
conquest of Jerusalem by Pompey, and down
to the Great War of 66-74 CE, renders this
statement wholly accurate. Moreover, Jewish
revolutionary zeal will transcend the
destruction of Jerusalem and fall of Masada,
as the events of the Second Revolt the Bar-
Kokhba Uprising make more than evident.
What must be understood, however, if we
are to grasp the meaning of Masada in a
broader historical context, is that resistance
to Rome over a period of 200 years took
different forms, and was motivated by a
variety of religious, social and political ideas
not commonly or simultaneously held
by all segments of the Jewish population.
The earliest outbursts of revolutionary
activity, those occuring between the initial
Roman conquest of Judea (63 BCE) and the
placing of a Jewish king on the throne in
Jerusalem (Herod the Great; 37 BCE), are
quite understandable. A national Jewish
state, with the descendants of the hallowed
Hasmonean family serving in the dual role of
Hieh Priests and Monarchs, had on y recently
-under the leadership of Alexander Yannai
(103-76 BCE) carved out a state ruling over
almost all of the Biblical Land of Israel In
less than two decades this state would fal
from the zenith of its power and territorial
expansion to the status of a vassal Roman
colony. With the deposed sons and grandsons
of that same Yannai still alive, it was only
natural that portions of the population would
rally around that element in an attempt at
recapturing freedom. In fact, for a brief period
of a year or two (40-39 BCE) and with aid
from supporting Parthian forces, a grandson
of Yannai Mattiyahu Antigonus was
able to reclaim the throne in Jerusalem, only
to be overcome by a counterattacking Roman
force, intent on placing its own newly
recognized King of Judea Herod the Great
on that same throne.
Herodian Rule
Herodian rule in Judea lasted 43 years:
Herod himself ruled from 37-4 BCE. his son
Archelaus from 4 BCE 6 CE. Technically a
Jew. and even while striving to placate
Jewish sentiment through an ambitious
rebuilding of the Temple. Herod was first and
foremost a creation and servant of Roman
policy in the east. For Rome, which by now
had undergone the transition from Republic
to autocratic Empire, the maintenance of law
and order (with stress on the latter) was of
utmost importance, and to this end Herod
was an ideal servant, wielding an iron hand at
the cost of rivers of blood. His cruelty, which
led to countless executions, spared no element
of Jewish society, least of all his family. While
Herod was successful in quashing any
organized opposition during his lifetime, there
were serious disturbances in Jerusalem
following his death. After ten years of
inadequate rule by his son Archelaus, Rome
realized that order would be maintained only
through direct Roman rule in the land.
Moreover, by the turn of the century it was
apparent that opposition to Rome was
spreading throughout the country, and it is
interesting to note that an early ancestor of
Elazar B. Yair. one Ezekias, was seized and
put to death by Herod while the latter was
still a young governor in Galilee, in the
earliest stages of Roman occupation.
As we enter the last states of Roman rule,
Jewish opposition to Rome takes on new
dimensions, while at the same time we become
more aware of totally different groups of Jews
involved in the struggle, who while
fighting a common enemy are in fact
motivated by diverse causes. Josephus
Flavius, who in this case had first-hand
knowledge of the different parties involved,
goes to great lengths to define the particular
motivations of these groups, and it is ap-
parent that placing all the rebels under the
general heading of "zealots" as our movie
does is totally misleading.
Roman Torture
Flavius Silva's apparent revulsion at the
sight of torture ["This is not Vespasian! This
is not Rome! ] is stressed in his final speech
where he describes the relatively Eer
treatment awaiting the defenders of Masada
had they only surrendered. In point of fact
they were quite correct in expecting the
worst and here again the tesUmoSy of
Josephus is enlightening. During the war in
Galilee he relates that in the aftermath of a
particuUrly bitter naval confrontation on the
bea of Gahlee, a question arose in the Roman

camp regarding the fate of some few
captives. None other than Vespasian
"recognized that they were und
pardon and that they would only
liberty to the detriment of their liberal
he asked himself how he could ma
with them; however in theendhii
overcame his scruples by telling hi
against Jews there could be no qua
impiety, and that he ought to pr
pediency to propriety when the ti
incompatible. Vespasian accordingly
these aliens an amnesty in equivocal
but permitted them to quit the aty
one route, that leading to Tiberias. P
believe what they earnestly dear
wretches set out in complete
carrying their effects without any
the prescribed direction. The
meanwhile lined the whole road to in
prevent any deviation from it, and
arrival shut them into that tf>*n.'
foUowed in due course and had
removed to the stadium. He then
for the execution of the old and ur
to the number of twelve h"1"1"*1^
youths he selected six thousandoi
robust and sent them to Nero .J
the multitude he sold 532-540)
This then was Rome, and roost
was Vespasian, more so if we k*jj
that the recently appointed emp
need to suppress any resistance w |
established rule as the first emperor
Senator rank. This, in fact, >wgw
extraordinary steps taken by w
achieving victory in the Jewish *
The total razing of Jerusalem If
in Roman history only to the oe
Carthage.
The imposition of a Jewis^'
paid to Rome annually i
throughout the empire.


with names on them, are in fact the lots drawn
to facilitate the suicide (although the shard
with "Ben-Yair" written on it must be
considered one of the most fascinating dis-
coveries). Nevertheless, the discoveries both
within the fortress, such as the synagogue,
ritual baths, water cisterns and storehouses,
as well as the remains of the Roman camps
and siege works all seem to fit the story as
related by Flavius. Here again, however, one
finds it necessary to quote Yadin on the
ultimate purpose of Silva's siege: "What was
Silva's military aim? Was he forced to change
it in the course of the engagement? In other
words, did Silve believe he would subdue
Masada's defenders by siege? Was it his
intention to capture only the fortress? Or was
it his purpose, come what may, to capture all
the beleaguered persons, dead or alive?
i>i
m
to Silva (as portrayed by Peter
|le), one can only be amazed at that
l's total opposition to the shedding of
Cast as an enlightened humanitarian,
)man general has surely chosen the
profession. Similarly, the role of the
[legion is totally misrepresented in our
lome did not send its legions "home to
[' once victory was achieved. They were
provinces to stay, and they were the
foundation of Roman rule. As for the
(legion, it was now (following 70 CE)
ished as the permanent legion in the
^ce of Judea; had it in fact "shipped
not only would it not have returned to
I but in fact it would have been restored
previous station on the Euphrates
[ Other Resistance
be pure, there were other groups of
resistance to Rome prior to and during
sat War, not all party to the ideology of
fam. The freedom fighters of Jerusalem
signated by Flavius as "zealots", and it
rs that they were not centered around a
lar family, as was the case with their
in counterparts, nor were they the
nents of a social revolution, which the
appear to have supported. In fact, the
of the war itself was fought by these
Ji both in Jerusalem and elsewhere,
sicarii taking part in the events of
klem for a very limited period, in 66 CE
i: after unsuccessfully attempting to
>ntrol of the war, retreated to Masada
they waited out the war and the
ction, until Roman armies could attend
to Masada itself, the excavations
out on the site between 1963-1964
the direction of Prof. Yigael Yadin,
>n firmed at times strikingly the
its of Joseph us Flavius. One cannot, of
be certain that the pottery shards
Glossary
ANIMAL-LIVER OMENS:
Means of foretelling the future. Ancient
pagans believed that the conditions of the
organs of sacrificial animals indicated the
success or failure of a campaign or battle.
ANTIOCHUS IV EPIPHANES:
A Seleucid monarch who ruled Syria from 175
B.C.E. until his death in 164 B.C.E. He tried
to enforce a policy of Hellenization on the
Jews in Palestine which led to the uprising of
the Maccabees and their supporters. These
events led to the celebration of the holiday of
Hanukkah, the re-dedication of the Temple in
Jerusalem after it had been desecrated by the
Syrian army.
CAESAREA:
Roman city on the Mediterranean coast
midway between Tel Aviv and Haifa.
CHEMOSH:
Chief god of the Moabites.
EIN GEDI:
One of the few fresh water sources in the arid
Judean desert. It is near the Dead Sea and
Masada.
ELAZAR BEN YAIR:
Leader of the Zealots; commander of Jewish
forces at Masada.
ESSENES:
A religious, communalistic ascetic Jewish
sect or brotherhood in the latter half of the
Second Temple period. They lived in Qumran,
near the Dead Sea and believed un-
conditionally in Divine Providence and im-
mortality.
FLAVIUS SILVA:
Commander of the Roman Tenth Legion at
Masada.
14th & 15th OF NISAN:
The dates of the beginning of the holiday of
Passover, which celebrates the exodus of the
Jewish people from Egypt.
HALLEL SERVICE:
Psalms of praise recited on certain holidays.
JOHN OF G ISC ALA:
Zealot leader of the revolt against Rome in
the years 66- 70 CE.
JUDEA CAPTA:
Latin phrase meaning "Judea is Conquered.
JOSEPHUS: Jewish general who surren-
dered to the Romans. He wrote Wars of the
Jews the only extant source for the period of
the revolt.
JUDITH AND HOLOFERNES:
Characters in a story recorded in the Book of
Judith in the Apocrypha. Judith, a wealthy,
young and beautiful Jewish widow was in-
vited by Holofernes, an Assyrian general and
an enemy of the Jews, to a feast. When he fell
asleep, overcome by wine, she cut off his head
with his own dagger.
KIDDUSH HASHEM:
The sanctification of God's name, often used
in reference to acts of martyrdom.
HILLUL HASHEM:
The desecration of God's name, used in
reference to improper deeds committed by
Jews.
MENAHEM:
A relative of Elazar ben Yair who, during the
Roman siege of Jerusalem, claimed to be the
Messiah.
MOABITES:
Inhabitants of Moab, on the east bank of the
Jordan River. Moabites have been the
traditional enemies of the Jewish people
because they were inhospitable to the
Israelites after the Exodus from Egypt.
NICANOR DAY:
Celebration of the downfall of Nicanor, a
Syrian officer who reviled and insulted the
Temple, at the hands of Judah the Mac
cabbee. Nicanor Day is the 13th of Adar.
SONS OF LIGHT AND SONS OF
DARKNESS:
Combatants in the apocalyptic battle foreseen
by the Essenes as recorded in the Dead Sea
Scrolls.
SIMON BAR GIORA:
Jewish military leader in the war against
Rome, 66-70 CE. Regarded by the Romans as
the most important rebel commander. He was
executed for his role in the revolt.
SERPENT PATH:
The access path to Masada which twisted and
turned to the top of the fortress shaped like
a serpent.
VESPASIAN:
Emperor of Rome at the time of the rebellion
at Masada. Prior to becoming Emperor,
Vespasian was commander of the Roman
troops that besieged Jerusalem.
YAEL AND SISERA:
Characters in a story in the book of Judges.
The judge Deborah and her general Barak
went to war against the Canaanites, of whom
Sisera was the leader. Sisera stopped for
refreshment at the tent of Yael, wife of a
Kenite man. While Sisera drank the milk she
offered him, Yael killed him.
ZEALOTS:
Jewish resistance fighters in the wars with
the Romans, from66 73 CE.


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News From
Soutli Dade
JFCS Sees Cross Section of S. Dade
"If there is any trend to be seen in the
mental health of the Jewish community, you
can look for the most apparent and visible
indicators in South Dade," said Millicent
Beldner, president of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service.
"For all of the many positive qualities
South Dade offers, the case load of the JFCS
office there has reflected some of the most
serious problems facing the Greater Miami
Jewish community in the field of mental
health," Mrs. Beldner added, pointing to the
transient quality as well as the relative
newness of South Dade as major causes for
the aggravation of existing personal and
family problems along with the development
of new anxieties.
In its brand new state, Mrs. Beldner said,
South Dade is still developing adequate
communal facilities to help combat feelings of
loneliness and isolation while the strong in-
terpersonal relationships which help bind a
community are first being established.
From his vantage point at the South Dade
JFCS office, at 8905 S.W. 87th Avenue,
district director Bob Newman sees many of
the same problems his counterparts see in
other parts of Dade County, but often with
greater intensity. These include drug
problems among high school students, family
disunity, complaints of unsatisfactory family
life as well as the problems encountered by
the single parent family.
"The source which ties many of these
problems together is loneliness." Newman
said. "I think South Dade is an extremely dif-
ficult place in which to establish new roots.
Fortunately synagogues, the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida and Federa-
tion do exist, but not every newcomer is
drawn to these resources or is aware of them,"
he added.
At the same time, Newman said, the South
Dade JFCS office has proven to be a very
busy place in the two years of its existence.
With three full-time staff members as well as
a social work graduate student, the office
works on a complex case load involving
marital counseling, parent-child relationships,
child therapy, along with some situations
involving the elderly.
"On our part." Mrs. Beldner said, "we
have a tremendous job to do increasing
awareness and clarifying perceptions about
an agency such as ours. Members of the com-
munity in need of a solution to their personal
problems have to be educated to the fact that
seeking professional help is not a sign of
weakness." Professional agencies, she said.
can be approached before problems becoul
crises.
She added that the agency is nowreachial
out to select groups in the community suchal
synagogue leaders and professional peopkl
who may have constituents in need of i*
formation about counseling and other profa
sional services.
The Jewish Family and Children's Servio|
is also developing new trends in its appro
to the community as needs are analyzed i
evaluated, she said. The 1980s will seegreatel
attention toward broader services to tntl
itionally underserved groups in thecomm|
ty such as children, adolescents and tbj
elderly.
Meet Your Leadership
Elaine and Jeff ray Berkowitz
Elaine and Jeffrey Berkowitz have been
involved in community affairs since moving
to Miami in 1971, but it took a mission to
Israel in 1979 to inspire their enthusiastic
involvement in Jewish community life. Ever
since that mission, Elaine and Jeff have
worked on and chaired a multitude of Federa-
tion committees.
Jeffrey received a BA in political science
from Cornell University in 1971 and earned a
law degree from University of Miami in 1974.
He currently practices law and is active in real
estate development. In addition, Jeff devotes
much of his time and energy to community
projects and stresses the importance of two
projects in particular. The first is the
Outreach "Open Doors Program" of the
South Dade office of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He co-chairs the Outreach
Committee with Elaine and is especially
excited with the goals of this program. Jeff
says this program "will ultimately serve to
better the life of our neighbors and friends
and their children".
Together Elaine and Jeff have co-chairdl
the South Dade Leadership Developmfll
group as well as the South Dade 0utrew|
Committee.
Elaine graduated from Ithaca Cojegei]
1971 with a BA in history She w^JI
effect of her mission to Israel and those peofH
she met on the mission with her active*/
volvement with Federation. Because rJJI
"recognizes her responsibilities toothers
says she truly enjoys all of her commwj
work. Like Jeff, Elaine is especially excwj
with the Open Doors program
which I
designed to raise Jewish consciousness
andul
improve the quality of life in South Dade.
Elaine serves on the Central Agency-1
Jewish Education Board of Directors ano
Women's Division South Dade Board
also serves on the board of the bra
National Women's Committee.
Elaine and Jeffrey have two sons, And]
and Michael, 2.
His second special project is the Independ-
ent Review Panel of Metro Dade County
where he serves as Executive Director. This
panel is a civilian "watchdog" agency created
to handle complaints and grievances against ~ r\
ttepcto and other county empfcyees and JeWlSh RafflO Ul S. ^\
Jeff is a board member of the South Dade
Branch of the Jewish Community Center and
the Jewish Community Center Community
Hoard. He is also a member of Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Long Range Planning and
Capital Needs Committee and the By-Laws
Revision Committee. In addition, Jeff serves
on the United Jewish Appeal National Younz
Leadership Cabinet. R
Listen to the Sunday Simcha, on WVUM*
10 a.m.-l p.m. featuring news, int^'
Jewish and Israeli music, sponsored
Chabad-Lubavitch.


imittee Notes
pecial thanks to chairman Morris
ernick for his role in making the March 24
th Dade cocktail reception honoring
'ial guest speaker Elizabeth Holtzman the
Standing success it was. The event, South
(e's first held in behalf of the Combined
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, took
t. at the exclusive Kings Bay Yacht and
rtry Club. A minimum gift of $500 to the
campaign was required to hear Ms.
tzman, former United States Congress-
nan from New York and Jewish activist,
event would not have been the success it
without the input of Elaine Ross, ar-
rements chairman; Harry Weitzer and
jrice Donsky, table captain chairmen; and
ley Fagin, program committee chairman.
IMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE
This committee, under the chairmanship of
othy Oppenheim, has completed its work
j Federation's family of agencies to
jiulate and submit recommendations to
[South Dade Committee and the Planning
Budgeting Committee at Federation.
|e include:
cognizing the need for continued service
[he Jewish Family and Children's Service
outh Dade, specifically in its outreach to
Is, family life education program.
expansion by the Jewish Community
Iters of South Florida of programs for
|le parent families and teens.
cognizing the need for expanded South
service by the Jewish Vocational
rice in the areas of career development and
placement.
Supporting the proposal for a part-time
member of the Central Agency for
sh Education, assigned to a South Dade
asha (Adult Education Program) in
eration with area synagogues and
pies, as well as to coordinate all South
| educational programs.
TREACH COMMITTEE
'haired by Elaine and Jeff Berkowitz, this
littee has just completed another Miami
lorn program, thanks to the efforts of
?hanie Hauser and her committee. More
40 newcomers to South Dade were
)med by members of the South Dade
committee. Several similar receptions
Jlannedfor 1981.
fhe Open Doors Committee has several
*ing sessions planned to present the Fed-
Ion and agencies story to the South Dade
lie as well as to stimulate involvement in
fh Dade organized Jewish life.
IOGRAPHIC NEEDS ASSESSMENT
IMITTEE
Paired by David Rosenbaum, this
Mttee will be meeting shortly to review
from the Demographics Subcommittee
by Barry White, and the Elderly Sub-
1fee' who8e members Girt Bossak and
[Berrin provided data resulting from
Hews with 30 senior citizens in South
to better understand that segment of
?mmunity.
Jewish Music Fest
11
The many facets of Jewish music in South
Dade will come together on the night of
Wednesday, April 1, as the South Dade Jew-
ish Community Center presents "A Celebra-
tion of Jewish Music." The event, free and
open to the entire community, will be held at
Miami Sunset Senior High School starting at
7:15 p.m.
The concert will join musical talents
representing six congregations and the South
Dade JCC in recognition of Jewish Music
Month. Theme for the evening will be 100
years of Jewish music in America.
The program will include the Beth David
Solomon Schechter Day School Choir; the
Troubadors of Temple Beth Am; Laurel
Sworden, cantorial soloist of Temple Judea;
the Senior Adult Choir of the South Dade
JCC; the Temple Samu-El Children's Israeli
Dance Group; Rita Shore, cantorial soloist of
Bet Breira Synagogue and her youth choir,
the Chai Notes, and Harvey Kaufman,
cantorial soloist of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami's Kendall Branch.
The event is being underwritten by Helene
and Abraham Benyunes, who have long been
involved in community music and have a
special interest in children's music.
"We want to make sure everyone feels free
to attend," says Dr. Benyunes, a member of
the Board of Directors of the South Dade
JCC, "because we feel this kind of event is
important for the sense of Jewish community
developing in South Dade. We're alsO pleased
the JCC is acting as the catalyst making
this celebration of culture happen."
According to Marsha Botkin, program
coordinator, the music and dance presented
will cover a wide range. "Musical renditions
from prayer to traditional songs, from old
Yiddish folk tunes to modern Israeli melodies
and Broadway shows will be included ... all
music that has become a part of Jewish-
American life.
Miami Sunset Senior High is located at
13125 S.W. 72nd Street (Sunset Drive).
"Seating in the auditorium is limited,"
Botkin adds, "but we expect a good
representation of both temple members and
those who are unaffiliated."
The concert will end with community sing-
ing. For everyone attending, the evening wUl
be a rare opportunity to enjoy and feel a part
of the growing South Dade Jewish com-
munity.
8th Annual J.C.C. Auction
The cause is good, you can have a lot of fun.
and you can definitely pick up a bargain!
The cause is the Linda Shapiro Richard
Camp Scholarship Fund of the South Dade
Jewish Community Center, and the event is
the Eighth Annual Mammoth Auction
sponsored by the Y-Women of the South
Dade JCC. The auction is set for Saturday
evening, March 28, at 8 pjn., in the Social
Hall of the JCC at 12401 S.W. 102nd Avenue.
The proceeds go to a scholarship fund for
the JCC Summer Camp. The fund is named
for a former Creative Arts Director of JCC
Camp who died of cancer at the end of the
1977 summer season at the age of 23.
The auction will feature many beautiful and
unusual gifts, including a wide variety of
items donated and signed by celebrities from
many fields. As a special attraction the guest
auctioneer will be Morry Alter, known for his
"willing-to-try-anything" feature stories on
WPLG-TV's Newswatch 10.
"We have a lot of interesting celebrity
items this year," says Laurel Shapiro, who
has chaired the event through its eight year
history. "There's a pen from President
Reagan, scripts autographed by Ed Asner
and Henry Winkler, autographed records, and
books, plus personal items of Tracy Austin,
Bert Reynolds, Carrol O'Conner, and many
others. We even have a guitar strap donated
by Neil Diamond."
Local celebrities and artists will also be well
represented, with an original charcoal by
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, new work by Lee
Martin, prints by Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, and
from Barbara Gill man gallery.
Also on the block will be weekends at
hotels, dinners, crystal, antiques, jewelry,
silver, appliances, toys even a pinball
machine.
A pre-sale of some items will begin at 6
p.m., followed by the serious auctioneering at
8. For further information, contact Laurel
Shapiro through the South Dade JCC at 251-
1394.
Community Sedarim
The following South Dade congregations
are holding community sedarim, open to the
public, on the second night of Passover,
Sunday, April 19.
Beth David Congregation
2625SW3rdAve.,
Miami, Florida 33129
Sunday, April 19
6:30 p.m.
Adults: $27
Children under 13: $22
854-3911
Temple Zamora
44 Zamora Ave.,
Miami, Fla. 33134
448-7132
Sunday, April 19
7 p.m.
Adults: $25
Children under 15: $20
Reservations in no later than April 1st
Temple Zion
8000 Miller Rd.
Miami, Fla. 33155
271-2311
Sunday, April 19
6:30 p.m.
Adults: $20
Children 7 to 12: $15
Children 6 and under: $10
Temple Beth Am
5950 N. Kendall Drive
Miami, Fla. 33156
667-6667
Sunday, April 19
6 p.m.
Adults: $20
Children 4 to 12: $12.50
Children 3 and under $7.50
Temple Judea
5500 Granada Blvd.
Coral Gables, Fla. 33146
667-5657
Sunday, April 19
6 p.m.
Adults: $22.50
Children under 10: $10
Reservations in by April 10th
Congregation Bet Breira Seder located at:
Her-Bets
3900 NW 79 Ave.,
Sunday, April 19
Adults: $15
Children under 11: $10
Call Sue Stephens for more information: 253-
9473


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Holocaust Day
1981
12
Theodore Bikel
An estimated 6,000 people, representing a
cross section of the Greater Miami communi-
ty are expected to attend Holocaust Day 1981
ceremonies, to be held on Sunday April 12 at
2:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach Convention
Center.
Sponsored by the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, and Federation's Com-
munity Relations Committee, this community
wide event, key noted by world famous actor
Theodore Bikel, will serve as this year's
public commemoration and remembrance of
the destruction of 6,000,000 Jews during
World War II.
The theme of the gathering. "Survival and
Beyond," is designed not only to remember
the events of the Holocaust, but to express
the connection between today's Jewish youth
and the Jews of Europe who perished at the
hands of the Nazis.
In addition, a Righteous Christian Award
will be presented to a member of the com-
munity whose convictions and efforts during
World War II were instrumental in the saving
of Jewish lives at the risk of his own.
"We are urging not only the participation
of the Jewish community at this time of
remembrance, but of the Greater Miami com-
munity at large,'" said Rabbi Simcha Freed -
man, president of the Rabbinical Association
and chairman of the event. The rabbi said
that major Christian organizations and
churches have been contacted regarding part-
icipation by their constituents at Holocaust
Day ceremonies which will also feature the
choir of the Rabbi Alexander Gross Hebrew
Academy.
New Procedures Help
Holocaust Survivors
The U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services has announced that the
Social Security Administration is instituting
special procedures to help Holocaust sur-
vivors prove their correct dates of birth for
Social Security purposes.
During the 1930s and 1940s, if a person
was born Jewish, youth was frequently the
only defense against Nazi persecution. Of the
millions who were arrested, the "lucky" ones
were those beteen the ages of 18 and 30 who
were healthy enough to be able to work at
some form of hard labor. During a time when
official records were being destroyed in the
war, many people falsified their ages to make
themselves either older or younger.
After the war, many survivors of the
Holocaust immigrated to the United States,
retaining the identities and ages that were
successful in keeping them alive. Today many
of these survivors are of retirement age and
either don't have the means to prove their real
ages or are afraid to try. Many still live in fear
of deportation or persecution.
Under the new procedures, the Social
Security Administration will work with U.S.
embassies abroad and through any other
available channels to locate and obtain the
early records of age or birth. If no birth
certificate or early evidence of age can be
found, Social Security will accept a written
statement from the applicant describing the
cu-cumstances under which the age was
falsified. This statement will be used in lieu of
!*&<55Sa in determining a persons
For these special rules to apply, an ap-
plicant must be able to prove that he or she
adopted an incorrect age to escape persecu-
tion, confinement in concentration camps or
extermination. The Social Security Admin-
istration will accept many different kinds of
evidence as proof that a person is a survivor
of the Holocaust. Included are copies of
correspondence from or depositions to the
West German Government under indemnifi-
cation procedures, official war records
identrfication papers or passports identifymg
the holder as Jewish, and evidence of
residence in a Nazi-controUed country
Holocaust survivors who believe thev are
Securit^Sf l rCtire ShUld COntact SS
;ISr 8ge WiU be ^ed ^ the7e,Vnew
Keynote speaker Theodore Bikel wasL
in Vienna and left Austria for Falestineatlj
age of thirteen to escape Nazi perseculi
Fluent in Hebrew, Yiddish and German.
intended to teach comparative linguistics,!!
was drawn to the theatre which became I
life's work. Joining Israel's intematiom
famous Habimah Theatre in 1943, he I
>ear later to help found the Israel Cha
Theatre. Since graduating from the
Academy of Dramatic Art in London in 19
Bikel has appeared in numerous stage,!
and television productions.
Bikel has also starred in virtually i
top dramatic show on television intheUa
States, Great Britain and Canada.
Co-chairman of the National Gc
Council of the American Jewish
Bikel's broad Jewish commitment playsi.
integral role in his life and career. w|
major consultant to the National Foi
of Jewish Culture.
In addition to his active acting sch
Bikel has earned a reputation as one i
world's leading folk singers. His most no
recordings include "Silent No More,"
anthology of freedom songs of Soviet Je
whose proceeds support higher education i
Soviet Jewish emigres in the United St*"
and "The Fifth Cup." a contemporary T
For further information on Holocaust ft
1981, contact the Community Relat**|
Committee at 576-4000.
Passover Hospitality)
for Soviet Jews
The National Council of Jewish Won*]
Rescue and Migration Service, as part
resettlement program for Soviet J
emigres in Miami, is seeking fanuMJ
would like to share their Passover Sedan^
Saturday evening, April 18th. and
evening, April 19th, with recently
Soviet Jewish families.
"At this time when we commemorate"
people's freedom from bondage inEgfll
hope that you will share your Seder se
with Soviet Jewish families, recently
from their own bondage." sad
Stubins, president. NCJW Greater
section.
For further information, please c
Skolnick at the NCJW Refugee
Office, 872-2773.
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New Addition
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Among the wave of nearly 120,000 Cuban
jgees who flocked to Mariel, joining the
ftlift to Key West last year was a Jewish
lily of four, a remnant of the once thriving
>an Jewish community of pre-C6stro days.
Jot Viviana and Mario Golubovkh, life
id only become better for themselves, their
year old twins, Yordana and Ari, and
pi to be born baby if they could survive the
Is of waiting, tired and hungry, surround-
ay the heat and mosquitos of Mariel Bay,
the boat which would take them away
20 years of deprivation and hardship in
lmunist Cuba.
'he ordeal was intensified for Viviana, 30,
i in her seventh month of pregnancy,
istantly caring for brain damaged Ari,
sted of the most elementary mental
ities by careless medical care during
Idbirth.
)espite the hardship, Mario, 31, and
fiana both feel that life began anew from
moment they set foot in Key West,
[aiting them were foods, medicines and
which have no comparison in today's
)a. Her children, since the age of seven
|rived of milk by the Cuban government as
all children in Cuba, were again able to
tive the nutrition their bodies demanded.
Empty Food Stores
'iviana recalled the long periods in Cuba
in the store shelves were devoid of any but
most basic foodstuffs, and of the weekly
[ys Mario would make out to ru$d fields in
it tempt to find small amounts of produce
illegal sale.
lost of all, Viviana remembers the fear
Mario would be prevented from joining
I at Mariel because of a minor but heated
junter with the police some years earlier.
fl don't have many things right now,"
tana said, "but I have the future." "Here
[have the potential to achieve everything
need for a good life," she added. "In Cuba
ly, we simply had no possibilities, only
k, work, and more work."
Uded in their initial resettlement by
eration's Refugee Resettlement Program,
Golubovichs have already made sub-
ktial progress in building new lives only
[t months after coming to the United
s.
Resettlement Program
Jhe resettlement program is an expansion
Federation's original Russian Resettlement
gram, housed in the Ida Fisher School on
Imi Beach, established following the
ppt of a proportionate share of a block
Tt issued by the United States Govern-
jit for Soviet Jewish resettlement to the
Incil of Jewish Federations the umbrella
lanization of Jewish, federations
pighout the United States and Canada.
ie grant covers approximately one third
he annual cost of emigre resettlement by
J Greater Miami Jewish community. The
winder is provided from the proceeds of
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
cy Fund along with a substantial amount
Fee medical care donated by Mount Sinai
Jical Center, one of Federation's family of
Pcies, as well as additional aid provided by
it Federation agencies.
fhe resettlement program combines the
lurces of Federation's family of agencies in
Tiding one site from which newcomers to
The Golubovichs:
Viviana, Mario, Sarai, and Yordana
the Greater Miami community receive social
service, educational, vocational and financial
support if needed, enabling as complete and
speedy an integration into American life as
possible. To date 3,000 cases involving in-
dividuals and families from the March boatlift
have been absorbed through the program in
cooperation with the U.S. Department of
State.
The consortium of agencies providing
these services include the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Jewish Vocational
Service, and the National Council of Jewish
Women's Rescue and Migration Service.
In addition, English language instruction
facilities are available at the center, giving
emigres and refugees a headstart with basic
language skills before entering the job
market.
The Golubovichs are on their own feet
financially now that Mario has resumed
working in general contracting and main-
tenance.
Deteriorated Jewish Life
The family's Jewish life, a struggle in the
little remaining of organized Jewish activity
in Cuba, reflected the advanced age of most of
the community's membership and the
deteriorated state of its once proud in-
stitutions.
Havana's Patronato, once the hub of
Jewish life, with its array of religious, social
and communal facilities, is today in dire need
of repair while the most elementary materials
and resources to restore the building remain
unavailable, Viviana said.
Worst of all, she added, is the absence of
any feeling of unity among the approximately
1,000 Jews still on the island.
In contrast, the Golubovichs now feel that
they can participate in the life of a thriving
Jewish community. Prominent on a long list
of goals is the opportunity to see Israel and
witness what it means for world Jewry.
However, more immediately, the family is
seeking the appropriate institutional care for
Ari, whose needs far outweigh his parents'
abilities and strength.
With hope reinforced, old friendships
renewed, and faith intact, the Golubovichs
say they are confident that their initial
hardships will only serve to help them better
appreciate the future a life in freedom can
bring.
Grant Opens
New Vistas
Continued from Page 7
dominium conversion, as well as providing
alternatives to their problems.
An additional grant proposal has been
submitted by the Council and CAJE to the
U.S. Department of Education which would
provide an ethnic heritage curriculum for
secondary schools, focusing on the Jewish
contribution to various segments of American
life.
"The further development of the grants
program, combined with the existing un-
dertakings such as the CAJE library outreach
service, will help meet the needs that exist in
our communities," Silberman stated.
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Kitty Return To Auschwitz" On WPBT
Kitty Felix Hart
WPBT-Channel 2 will rebroadcast the
program, "Kitty Return to Auschwitz," on
Thursday, April 30th at 9:30 p.m. The 90
minute documentary concerns an Auschwitz
survivor, Kathy Felix Hart, 54 year old
Polish born radiologist from Birmingham,
England, who returned to the notorious death
camp with her son and a film crew which
documented her trip and her narration of her
wartime experience to her son.
The trip was made not only as a personal
memorial to her fellow Jews,but also as a
public reminder of the Holocaust. The
resulting documentary, which has received
critical acclaim, relies entirely on Mrs. Hart's
narration rather than film footage of the
atrocities which occurred in the camp.
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Jerome Gleekel
"One Men Organization"
For Israel
Hundreds of condominium residents and
synagogue members throughout the Greater
Miami area have attended meetings on behalf
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign featuring a dynamic and
outstanding guest speaker. The man has been
called a "one man organization." His
speeches have moved and inspired all who
have heard him at the more than 25 functions
he has key noted so far this year. The man is
Jerome Gleekel an expert on Middle East
affairs and above all a Jew who cares about
the survival of his people.
Long active in matters affecting Israel, his
involvement in Middle East affairs goes back
over 45 years to the time he became involved
in Hechalutz, the original pioneer movement
for training Americans wishing to emigrate to
Palestine. His interest was further sharpened
during his student days in New York when his
studies involved substantial components of
Middle East affairs.
While residing in New York, Gleekel began
sharing his expertise with various Jewish or-
ganizations, leading to speaking engagements
which included Hadassah, Youth Aliyah and
the United Jewish Appeal (UJA). Having
heard about and experienced Gleekel*s skills
as a speaker, UJA asked him to be part of
their New York speakers bureau.
In 1971 business took Gleekel and his wife
Sylvia to California for four years. During
those years Gleekel continued his talks on
Israel and Jewish issues for Federations and
organizations located there.
deckel's oratory skills did not go un-
noticed by the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion when he moved to Miami in 1975 and
became involved in GMJF's Community
Relation's Committee. Gleekel serves on
CRC's Middle East and Foreign Jewry Com-
mittee today. After speaking at several edu-
cational meetings he became a much
demanded speaker on Federation's meeting
circuit. Dedicated listeners say that he
develops a communication with his audience
reflecting his deep interest in matters con-
cerning Jewish life. His interest goes beyond
the philosophical viewpoint into the
emotional one. His son, deeply infected by his
father's enthusiasm, is now an Israeli citizen
and an army officer.
Sylvia Gleekel always attends meetings
with her husband, primarily because she
enjoys seeing the spontaneity evoked by his
inspirational lectures. Gleekel explains that
Sylvia has been accompanying him for more
than 42 years, from the time of their first date
when he took her to hear him speak for a
Zionist organization.
Gleekel feels that his speeches are so ef-
fective because he appeals to the issues
important to Jews today. "They want to hear
what their people are about. Jews involved
with other Jews is a basic premise of our faith
- be it care for the elderly in Miami, helping
resettle a Soviet Jew in a new life of freedom,
or keeping Israel strong my speeches are
intended to inform, educate and remind the
audience."
Never presenting the same speech twice,
he gears his talk to the type of people he
addresses. A frequent traveler to Israel and
an impassioned speaker on her behalf in
Washington D.C.. Gleekel often uses the
travelogue format as a means to carry his
audiences interest. Gleekel begins the
"journey'' by leading the audience to Wash-
ington, describing the United States govern-
ment's involvement with Israel and alerting
his fellow Jews to Arab dangers. The voyage
continues to the United Nations in New York
and an explanation of its influence kM i
struggles.
During the "flight" to Israel, theau
passes over England, France and Ge
discussing the beginning of a new
Semitic movement in these lands. In |a
Gleekel guides them through the a,
country from the Golan Heights 3
north to life in kibbutzim. Haifa
Jerusalem. He describes the emotions|
living in the divided Holy City before
and emphasizes Israel's need today fal
united capital. J
His efforts have meant increase
Federation's record-breaking 1981 camp
as well as increases in his audie
awareness of Jewish issues. Gleekel adds
an not just Russian Jews. Or Polish Jews.
New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Ory^
Jews. Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.Pi
it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on
it is not safe to be a Jew anywhere on_
And if it is not safe to be a Jew it will not
safe to be a human being."
Now You and Your Family Can
Experience Israel Together
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in cooperation with the
National United Jewish Appeal, is planning an exciting and
meaningful Family Mission, departing New York for Israel on July 2,
1981.
Headquarters for this 10 day Mission will be the Hilton Hotel in
Jerusalem and the Laromme in Tel Aviv both with five star deluxe
ratings.
Among the many exciting events planned for this Mission will be
the opening ceremonies of the Maccabiah Games in Ramat Can. as
well as a comprehensive tour of Israel's most significant historical
sites and present day accomplishments.
For further information, call Joan Scheiner at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, 576-4000, ext. 315.

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pril Community
alendar
15
of South Dade
Swish Music Month Celebration"
ii Sunset Senior High School
jPAVAPRIL2
J. Public Library and CAJE
fat Jewish Books Discussion Group
vish Personalities in the World of Music"
Ip.m.
I Collins Ave., MB
ttral Agency for Jewish Education
nual Dinner
D,
Temple Emanu-El
[l Washington Ave., MB
iple Beth Am
Jeidoscope of Jewish Arts" Exhibit
ening
Ip.m.
(jaica Gallery of Temple
iN. Kendall Dr.
IHIBDAX APRI1.4
iple Beth Am
Exhibit
ip.m.
JO N.Kendall Dr.
jrman Day School Scholarship Event
edland Ballroom, Temple Emanu-El
p.m.
\\ Washington Ave., MB
1538-2503 for information
iple Beth Am and P.A.C.E.
irande-Salley Orchestra 'Big Band
cert'*
p.m.
M Hall,
I N.Kendall Dr.
.DAY. APRIL 5
|Fla. Council of Pioneer Women
liial Luncheon
Joon
kuville Hotel, MB
>NDAYr APRII.fi
I Dade Hebrew Academy
crets of a Jewish Kitchen" New cookbook
Bentation
ne253-2300 for information
lY. APRIL 7
|JF Young Adults Division
l-In "Jewish Law Maimonides"
p.m.
[eration Bldg.,
1 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
)NF.snAvr APRIL a
>rew Academy Women
lual Binyan-Brick Luncheon
Joon
temple Emanu-El
P Washington Ave., MB
fne 532-6421 for information
Jple Beth Am
[erhood Scholarship Benefit
Jdren's Theater Party" by the
^national Drama Workshop
|>ple Social HaU
Me Emanu-El Forum Series
Joyce Brothers
Washington Ave., MB
| :>38 2503 for information
*PAY,APRULi2
pie Beth Sholom
minis Series Beate Klarsfeld
Km.
'Chase Ave., MB
He 532-3491 for information
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Central Agency for Jewish Education and
Rabbinical Assn., of Greater Miami
Holocaust Day 1981 Community
Observance
2:30 p.m.
MB Convention Center, South Hall
GMJF Miami Shalom
Open House
7:30 p.m.
Federation Bldg.,
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Temple Beth Am
Western Night
7:30 p.m.
Temple Social Hall
Phone: 667-6667 for information
TUESDAY, APRIL28
GMJF Young Adults Division
Learn-In "Jewish Law Maimonides"
7:30 p.m.
Federation Bldg.,
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
THURSDAY APRIL 30
GMJF Business and Career Women
7:30 p.m.
Federation Bldg.,
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
MONDAY. APRIL 13
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Judaic Studies Seminar
"Jewish Identity"
14411 S. Dixie Highway
Call 253-7400 for information
TUESDAY. APRIL 14
GMJF Young Adults Division
Learn-In Jewish Law Maimonides"
7:30 p.m.
Federation Bldg.
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
WEDNESDAY APRIL 15
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood
Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show
12 Noon
Friedland Ballroom
1701 Washington Ave., MB
THURSDAY APRIL 16
W.D. American Friends of Hebrew
University
Daughters of Mount Scopus Luncheon
12 Noon
Eden Roc Hotel
M.B. Public Library and CAJE
Great Jewish Books Discussion Group
"Israel Past and Present" "Dead Sea" films
1:30 p.m.
2100 Collins Ave., MB
RATimnAY APRIL 18
Temple Beth Sholom
Congregation Seder
6:15 p.m.
4144 Chase Ave.. MB
Temple Emanu-El Passover Seder
Friedland Ballroom
1701 Washington Ave., MB
SUNDAY, APRIL 19-SUNHAY MAY 10
Temple Beth Sholom
Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery
"Hebrew Ketubot" by Celia Lemonik
4144 Chase Ave, MB
Temple Beth Sholom
Passover Service
10:45 a.m.
4144 Chase Ave., MB
Temple Beth Am
Annual 2nd Night Passover Seder
Social Hall
5950 N. Kendall Dr.
Temple Emanu-El Passover Seder
Friedland Bllroom
1701 Washington Ave., MB
TUESDAY. APRIL 21
GMJF Young Adults Division
Learn-In "Jewish Law Maimonides"
7:30 p.m.
Federation Bldg.
4200 Biscayne Bldg., Miami
THURSDAY. APRIL 23
Association for Jewish Special Education
3rd Annual Passover Seder
7 p.m.
Federation Bldg.,
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
SATURDAY, APRIL 2fi
Temple Beth Sholom
Passover Festival Service
10:45 a.m.
4144 Chase Ave., MB
SUNDAY. APRIL 26
Temple Beth Am
Congregational Breakfast-Program
"The Marketing of a Candidate"
George DePontis Guest Speaker
9:30 a.m.
Temple Youth Lounge
MQNnAV, APRIL 27
Temple Beth Sholom presents
New York City Opera "La Traviata"
8:30 p.m.
Dade County Auditorium
Phone 532-3491 for information
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Attending National Council of Jewish Women's 34th biennial con-
vention in Louisville, Ky., were: (seated left to right) Myra Fan, Anna
Mae Ross, Nan Rich and Virginia Orleans. (Standing left to right)
Carol Grunberg, Edith Lieberman, Rosemary Chait, Charlotte Green-
berg and Ruth Ann Lefcourt.
NCJWMembers Attend
34th Biennial Convention
advantaged children and youth in
Israel.
Avraham Harman, President
of the Hebrew University, was
presented the Faith and Human-
ity Award. NCJWs highest
accolade.
Among speakers was Sen. Paul
S. Sarbanes (D.. Md.) who dis-
cussed U.S. foreign policy and its
impact on international politics.
Dr. Bernard Reisman of Brandeis
University and Jim Guy Tucker,
who chaired the 1980 White
House Conference on Families,
spoke on 'Families in the 1980s."
WPBT Channel 2
Auction Offers
Wedding Finery
WPBT-Channel 2s annual
auction offers a variety of
merchandise and services for
bidding including wedding
pictures, wedding gown, and
wedding chapel and flowers. Also
a honeymoon vacation on a cruise
to Nassau and Freeport. a 1-J-day
trans-Panama cruise, a flight to
San Andreos Island off
Colombia, or a weekend at the
Sonesta Heach Hotel.
Watch, bid and buy at WPBT-
Channel 2's Big Top Auction
April 3. 5 p.m.-l a.m.; April 4, 1
p.m.-l a.m.; and April 5, 1 p.m.-l
Currently working with the
Union of Councils for Sov
Jewry in Washington, DC jen
Cohen met recently with
Congressman Bill Lehman (D-
Fla). Jeri is the daughter of Dr.
md Mrs. Albert Cohen of North
Miami Beach.
Members NCJW's Greater
Miami Section, spent from March
12-15 participating in workshops,
plenary sessions, resolutions
hearings and elections of new
officers. The biennial convention
serves as the focus of NCJWs
multi-faceted program of com-
munity service, public affairs and
advocacy.
Among highlights of the
convention was the celebration of
the first decade of the NCJW
Research Institute for Inno-
vation in Education. This is a
permanent part of the School of
Education of The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
More than 800 delegates from
NCJW's 200 sections, nation-
wide, voted on renewal of a ten-
year contract with the Hebrew
University, for support of the
Institute. The delegates also
voted a $2.5 million NCJW
membership commitment over
the next decade to continue the
Institute's work. The Research
Institute develops educational
programs to help culturally dis-
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rhe work he has done for the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation makes the
difference between young
people feeling at war with the
world. Or at peace with their
heritage.
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Musicians Are 80
The contemporaries of Temple
Beth Am are sponsoring a
concert by the Washington
Federal senior citizen orchestra,
under the direction of conductor,
Henry Osman. on Sunday, at 2
p.m. in the temple's social hall.
Orchestra musicians are an
average age of 80.
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Susan Hope Schraub. features
editor of Harper's Bazaar maga-
zine, and James Michael Dubm.
an associate with the New York
law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind,
Wharton & Garrison, married on
March 15 at the Westchester
Jewish Center in Mamaroneck,
NY. Rabbi Irving Koslowe of-
ficiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D.
Schraub of Miami Shores and
New York have announced the
marriage of their daughter to the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Dubinof Delray Beach.
The bride, graduate of the
George Washington University
Wedding
/"day. March 27i
and the University n(
Marseilles, Aix-en r^l **
France was for^Jg
uting editor at Town & g^
magazine and senior wri^
House Beautiful magaih?^
father is president oMEoS
Associates Inc.. nation^
estate developers. Her mother^
the former syndicated column;!
of "Ask The Teacher mnBt
The bridegroom is an -*--
of Williston Academy\fcfi
versity of Pennsylvania and
Columbia University School J
Law where he serv.nl as anedJ
of the Columbia Law R^jS
father now retired, was owner of
Carrolls Drugs in Bennington,
Engagement
WATERS WAAS
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Waters of
191 Birchwood Park Dr., Jericho,
NY. are planning the engagement
of i heir daughter Karen Debra to
Martin Arnold Waas. The future
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Waas. 5720 SW
132 Ave.
The bride-to-be has a MA
degree from the University of
Miami and is a speech
puthologist. Mr Waas is
industrial realtor and developer
und u member of the City 0f
Miami advisory council on trade
und commerce development.
The couple will exchange mar-
nag.- vows un August 15. in
Temple Israel. Lawrence. NY.
Following their wedding, they
will live in Miami
Proclamation designating ORT
Day 1981. in the City of Miami
Beach, is presented by Mayor
Murray Meyerson to Mrs.
Michael Rose, president of the
Southeastern Florida Region of
Women's American ORT. The
award was presented in front of
%H$i?ay$?*& Stanley Rosenblatt Interviews Even
chapters looking on. Highlights OiaiW
of the ORT Day 1981 campaign
include a Spring membership
drive and a premiere showing of
The Chosen.''
Passover Meeting
Lincoln Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a Passover meeting on
Monday. April 13. at 12:30 p.m.
in the' Clubroom of the 100
Lincoln Road Bldg. President is
Nellie Weissman.
Mayor Charles Evers, of
Fayulte. Miss is special guest
,m WIMtTCIiuimel 2 s pro-
.lu< I inn ..; Within the Law.
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Miami attorney Stanley M.
Rosenblatt, host of the half-hour
interview series, talks to Mayor
Evers on a variety of topics in-
cluding Black leadership, former
President Jimmy Carter, the
Reagan administration, tax
evasion, welfare, crime, and the
activists of the 60's
Mayor Ev.-rs !>,, ante an active
member of NAACP i National
Veaociation for the \ilvancement
of Colored Peoplei in 1963. He
also played a major role in the
civil right'- movement of the60's.
Educational Weekend Mrs. Lili Duntov Is Honored
Tempi, \dath Yeshurun teens
and tigers youth groups will ri-~t
their first annual educational
weekend, March 27-29.
Theme will be "The Jewish
family."
Approximate!) 88 teenagers
from the 7th-12th grades will
attend.
Tennis
Tournament
North Dade Doners. sponsors,
benefactors and patrons of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will gather at Turnberry Isle
Country Club on Friday. March
27 for the division's 4th annual
doubles tennis tournament and
luncheon on behalf of GMJF's
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign.
"This is the only major func-
tion planned this year for North
Dade area women," explains
Dolores Wolf, one of the event's
co-chairmen.
The optional tennis tourna-
ment will begin at 9 a.m. followed
by a luncheon at noon. Guest
speakers for the luncheon will be
Marjorie Scott, national vice-
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal's Women's Division, and
Marilyn K. Smith, a GMJF
officer and big gifts chairman.
Mrs Lili Duntov was one of
four selected by the Jewish His-
torical Society ol South Florida.
Inc. to bx honored as "an out*
stunding member ol the South
Florida Jewish Community'' at
an annual salute to I'ionevrs
reception ol the Greater Miami
Jewish Community. Mrs. Duntov
was feted as a distinguished
builder of the Greater Miami
Ik
Jewish Comn inity at
Kono\ er I lotel n i
Mrs |hint.a ired head
librarian ol theSui
Communities IV i I.ibrary,a4
formerly ol ihi Mumi-Daa
Public Library
of the Patient it \loiffl
Sinai. She hold a master of
defence degree in library sciena
and a doctorate in 111 mistrjf
Southern Bell Offers Refunds
Southern Beil has announced
that the company will refund
revenues earned in 1980 above
the profit ceiling of 9.02 percent,
which is imposed by the Florida
Public Service Commission.
The
with
Florida Public Service Commis-
sion concerning the Company's
1980 earnings.
refund is in accordance
an agreement with the
Beginning with lulls dated on
or about April 1. credits will be
made for residenci customers in
the amount ol approximately
$4.04 plus tax per line and for
business customers in the
amount of approximately $969
plus tax per line
This refund will be made to
customers of record of Southern
Bell in Florida as of March 31.
1981.
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Win Skinner (third from left), 1981 United Way campaign
In announced he has recruited six vice chairmen to assist with
r'$ campaign. They include (left to right):RaulMasvidal, Earl
Skinner, Harry B. Smith, individual giving chairman, William
en. advisory council chairman, and F.E. (Gene) Autrey,
re and industry chairman. Missing from the photo is John R.
I, support chairman.
[aleidoscope Of Jewish Art
At Temple Beth Am
Reth Am will open its
scope of Jewish Art"
Thursday evening, April
It.mple.
jirmen are Nancy
Is and Miriam Cohen.
; artists represented will
kr Weisshoff, whose ori-
display are those that
JU> of Israel used for
fnd posters. Edna Hible,
lilmus, Andy Warhol,
lordon Miller, Reuven
uik! Marc Chagall are
hosr work will be repre-
]a nics Hosenquist will
lilhoirraDhs. Proceeds
will be donated to the Israel
Museum in Tel Aviv.
Ella Green berg is chairing the
opening party which begins at 8
p.m. on April 2. Her committee
includes Florence Hyman and
Florence Birchansky.
Among committee members
are Diana Elson, Marilyn
Solomon, Gert Freeman, Edith
Zipp, Edie Spiegel and Helaine
Lipinsky.
The show is scheduled to run
for a week with special viewings
for students in the Beth Am day
school and Hebrew classes.
:
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li> Bottling Co. of Fla..
announced several key
Nelson will move to a
aff position as vice
fcperationa and market-
fiously he served as
lanager and vice presi-
fche Miami and Jack
lvisions.
II. Harckley joins the
Course In Childbirth
professional Association
irth Education which
Iweek childbirth course
lant couples meets once
or two hours and is
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Silver Anniversary
Benefit Banquet
A benefit banquet marking the
silver anniversary of the depart-
ment of dermatology, University
of Miami School of Medicine, will
be held March 28 at "Indian
Spring," the home of Dr. Walter
P. Garst.
The dinner will be hosted by
UM President and Mrs. Henry
King Stanford, Scholl of Medi-
cine Dean and Mrs. Emanuel Mr.
Papper, and Dr. and Mrs. Harvey
Blank.
Dr. Blank has been chairman
of the department of dermatology
since it was organized 25 years
ago. Many of his former students
plan to attend the banquet.
Lazernik Named
Man of Year
The Men's Club of Beth Torah
Congregation has named Herman
Lazernik as "Man of the Year"
for 1980-81 (5741). He will be
honored at a traditional Friday
night dinner on April 3, in the
Deakter Social Hall.
Lazernik was honored by his
congregation in Washington, and
has always responded anytime
help was needed at Beth Torah.
He currently serves as assistant
treasurer and has been an active
member of the board of directors
for many years.
Perry Phillips is Men's Club |
President.
HMHMHIV
M omen of Dude County recently held its annual learning
at Temple Emanu-El. Pictured I from left tr right) are
bin. co-chairman of Synagogue Women; Harriett Bulbin,
Synagogue Women, Helens Berger, president of the
Jewish Federation women's Division, and guest
la Horenstein, director of public relations for the Paris
17.1 Joint Distribution Committee.
ippointments At Canada Dry
company as di\ ision manager tor
the Miami Operation. He was
most recently with Canada Dry
Corp. as operations manager of
their New England Division.
Mat hew E. Russ joined the
company as general sales
manager in the Miami Division.
lie recently served in sales
management positions with
Canada Dry Corp. and Cott Corp.
in New England.
taught by trained registered
nurses. Next session will be
offered at Mount Sinai Medical
Center on Thursday, April 2 at 8
p.m.
! Pan Am Offers $79 Florida
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Pan American World Airways has a fly-drive plan that adds
up to super savings for travelers to Florida.
The Florida Drive, offered in conjunction with Alamo Rent-a-
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Passengers who travel on Pan Am at least one-way from any
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The customer pays only for gas, oil, insurance and taxes. If no
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A special bonus is also available on the Alamo Fly-Drive:
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Pan Am also offers a variety of attractive hotel and tour
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