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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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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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,lumt' 54 Number 18 TWO SECTIONS
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, May 1, 1981
Fndsnochu By Mail 80 Cants Price 50 Cents
WACS to Face Massive Opposition
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Reagan Administration Defends Sale;
Admits Egypt Seeks Sophisticated Arms
I .eaders Object................Il-A
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Paris Report
?lews Abandon
(iiscarcl in Droves
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By SHIMON SAMUELS
PARIS With the polls
(lowing Valery Giscard
['Estaing and Socialist
lallenger Francois
litterand running neck
id neck in the upcoming
Irench presidential dee-
ms, the French Jewish
ate could conceivably tip
He balance, according to
Dlitical observers here.
[in 1974, they point out, Gis-
fd won the presidency with a
^pirthin margin of 250,000
itt'v The Jewish electorate in
ance is estimated at 350,000.
pi this year Jews were given
rial rabbinical dispensation to
Ite in the first round balloting
pr 26. the last day of Passover.
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\imon Samuels is director of
the European office of the
Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith based in
Paris.
when Giscard and Mitterand won
out over Jacques Chirac, Mayor
of Paris, and a fourth candidate,
the Communist Party's Georges
Marchais. Giscard and Mitterand
face one another in a May 10
runoff.
WHILE ONE cannot speak of
a French Jewish vote in the same
sense as an American Jewish
vote, according to these ob-
servers, the fact remains that
French Jewry is being politicized
and wooed as never before in the
wake of the Rue Copernic syna-
gogue bombing.
And the tide is running against
Giscard among Jewish voters.
In the seven years of his presi-
dency, there has been an upsurge
of anti-Semitism and racism.
Jews have become scapegoats a-
mong some extremist elements
for French economic troubles.
Many Jews blame Giscard's
consistently anti-Israel, pro-Arab
foreign policy for helping to fan
the flames of anti-Semitism.
Some Jews even harbor mis-
Continued on Page 9-A
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration maintains that
it does not believe its multi-
billion arms package sale to
Saudi Arabia will threaten
Israel's security. "We don't
believe it imposes a
security risk to Israel,"
State Department
spokesman Dean Fischer
said. "We remain commit-
ted to maintaining Israel's
military strength."
Fischer stressed that a "strong
Israel serves our broadest stra-
tegic needs and interests, in-
cluding countering Soviet threats
in the region."
The Administration announced
last week that it plans to sell the
Saudis five A WACS (Airborned
Warning and Control Systems)
that can track 400 planes si-
multaneously and equiped with
radar systems with a range of 350
miles at high altitude and 250
miles at low altitude; AIM-9L
air-to-air missiles, an advanced
version of the Sidewinder mis-
siles; fuel tanks for the 62 F-15s
the Saudis will start receiving
from the United States next year,
and seven KC-135 refueling
planes to serve both the AW ACS
and the F-16s. But the Ad-
ministration did not announce
when it will formally notify
Congress of the sale.
STRONG OPPOSTION in
Congress, especially to the
AWACS, has led to the belief
that the Administration will
delay official notification until
after the June 30 Israeli elections
and perhaps even longer. The sale
goes through automatically
unless it is rejected by a vote in
both the House and Senate with-
in 50 days of notification.
Fischer, however, maintained
that no decision has been made to
delay or not to delay notification
Continued on Page 11-A
Sheikh Yamani
Oil Czar in Warning
Capitol Hill Divides Up;
Issue Postponed for Now
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration is faced with
growing opposition in Con-
gress to selling Saudi
Arabia a package of sophis-
ticated military hardware
and pressure from the
Saudis to go ahead with the
deal.
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig and Richard Allen, Presi-
dent Reagan's National Security
Adviser, both supported splitting
up the package, with Defense
Secretary Casper Weinberger
opposed.
IT WAS Weinberger, report-
edly, who pushed through the
National Security Council the
decision, over Haig's opposition.
to combine the AWACS and the
enhancement material. The
decision was made Apr. 13 just
prior to Haig's recent trip to the
Middle East.
Fischer's only comment on the
sale itself has been to refer
reporters to a Mar. 6 statement
by the State Department which
said the U.S. had decided to sell
the Saudis the equipment for the
F-15s and was considering some
kind of defense warning system
for them.
The Department spokesman
would not comment on a state-
ment by Sheikh Ahmed Yamani.
the Saudi oil Minister, that the
US. had promised Saudi Arabia
the weaponry as a package. "We
got a promise from the govern-
ment that it will be done, and we
Continued on Page 11-A
Sad Story Behind 'YordirrT
Why So Many Jews Are Leaving Israel Permanently
By DAVID NATHAN
London Chronicle Syndicate
It is a statistical certainty that
inile Jews all over the world
nd up and say, L'shana haba'a
Yer*ushalayim (Next year in
trusalem), there are many in
Pnisalem itself who secretly
(link, Leshana haba'a b' New
York ... or Philadelphia ... or
Los Angeles ... or London."
Exodus is an ancient word with a
new meaning in Israel, a country
built on the premise of immi-
gration wHch is alarmed and, in
some quarters, frightened by the
extent of eimigration. The word
for it is yerida. a going down, and
the opposite of aliya, a going up.
Every family knows about
yerida, and no family
acknowledges a yored.
"My brother's not a yored,"
said one girl, indignantly. "He's
coming back. He's only been
away for five years." But a few
minutes later, she was describing
how he had dashed back to Israel
to help during the Yom Kippur
War, nearly eight years ago. "I
don't like to think how fast time
goes," she said.
THERE ARE all kinds of
yordim. They teach in American
universities and drive American
taxis, they are company directors
and small shopkeepers, they
design computers and they work
as navvies. They are among the
best and among the worst. But
they all must have a minimum of
brains and bustle, for it is not
easy, as generations of Jews have
learned, to go to a strange land
where \hey speak a foreign
language and make a living.
"They are worse than the
criminals in our jails," said one
Continued on Page 7-A


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Fri,'a>. May |
1981
Families expect more
from
Riverside.
More service.
I Maximilian Schell, who stars in the role of David Matter, is shown in a scene from the film. 'The
Chosen,' which also stars Rod Steiger, Rob by Benson and Barry Mil! r. Celebration 33 will feature the
May 11 worldwide premiere of the film adapted from the award-winning novel by Chaim Potok.
Headlines
Pepper Urges Battle of the Budget
Rep Claude Pepper ID.. Fla.) has called on the
American people to "raise questions" about the
Reagan Administration's proposals to reduce
funds U the needy as a means of balancing the
federal budget.
Addressing a combined meeting in Washington
<>f the B'nai B'rith Community Volunteer Ser-
vices and Israel Commissions, Pepper assailed
what the called "too much emphasis on tax cuts."
Pepper, who is chairman of the House Select
Committee on Aging and is himself 80. was
honored with the B'nai B'rith Chai Award for his
many years of dedicated service to the nation,
particularly in the fields of aging and crime pre-
i MM ion and on behalf of the State of Israel"
[tod that the two prominent Senators were
|leing honored "for taking the initiative to correct
la major injustice in American society where the
(costs for private education are not recognized."
Senators Moynihan and Packwood are spon-
I soring a bill which, when it becomes fully ef-
fective, would grant a tax credit of up to *500. or
150 percent of the total education cost for students
I in elementary and secondary schools, as well as in
[colleges and graduate institutions.
ORT schools in Israel recently reported a
record Student registration for the 1981-82 school
v.m which begins Sept. 1. More than 10.000 new
-ludents are expected to attend the 115 ORT
schools throughout Israel, bringing the total en-
rollment to an estimated 75.000. announced
Sidney K I^-iwant. American ORT Federation
president.
W e consider this particularly significant since
registration began on Apr. 10. coinciding with the
101st birthday of ORT. Leiwant said.
Signed and numbered prints of an original.
limited edition lithograph by noted Mexican-
Jewish artist. Leonardo Nierman, will be given to
[patrons of the American Jewish Committees
i ->th anniversary annual meeting. AJC will also
[ make a special presentation of the lithograph to
| the Israeli Kmbassy.
The AJC annual meeting will be held May 13 to
n at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The cere-
I mony at which the Committee will present the
lithograph to the Israeli Embassy will take place
| during the closing event of the meeting.
Entitled Jerusalem." the Nierman lithograph
| depicts the famed Western Wall. The American
; Jewish Committee has acquired the entire edition
| of the lithograph, which is one of Neirmans most
recent productions.
Nathaniel Saperstein. president of the National
C uncil of Young Israel, has called for all Ortho
dox organizations "to temporarily set aside their
differences m order to formulate a unified
strategy to counteract Reform and Conservative
attempts u> gain official recognition in the Israeli
religious establishment."
Saperstein issued the call during his presi-
dential address to 1.200 participants at the
National Council of Young Israel dinner at the
Sheraton Centre in New York He described the
prospect of the Reform and Conservative jrrouDs
gamine; such recogaititioa as a potential disaster
for the Jewish people and the religious com
munitv in Israel." and offered the facilities of the
National ( ouncil of Young Israel for the purposes
of a meeting of representatives of all Orthodox
groups to map a common strategy in response.

Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale will
receive an honorary doctorate from the Hebrew
University during ceremonies this summer in
Jerusalem.
The degree will be conferred during a week of
ceremonies and celebrations. June 28 to July 4,
marking the culmination of the University's move
hack to its original home on Mount Scopus.
Mondale has long been considered one of
Israel's best friends in American public life. The
former Vice President was a member of the
.United States Senate from 1964 until 1977. when
he was elected Vice President.
Senators Daniel P. Moynihan of New York and
Robert Packwood of Oregon, the two chief spon-
sors of the Tuition Tax Relief Act of 1981, will
5 receive a special award for their efforts at the 59th
.annual dinner of Agudath Israel of America.
> which will take place on May 31 at the Waldorf
^ Astoria in New York.
In making the announcement. Rabbi Moehe
Sherer. president of Agudath Israel of America.
The British Tourist Authority has assured the
American Jewish Congress that it will not dis
tribute a travel book describing a vacation in a
simulated Nazi prison camp until the publication
is altered to eliminate the information about the
bizarre holiday.
Responding to an AJCongress complaint about
I ravel Authority distribution of the book. The
Alternative Holiday Catalogue. Sir Henry Mark-
ing, chairman of the Authority, apologized for the
offense" caused by the camp entry and promised
to review the agency's use of the book, which de-
scribes off-beat vacations in Britain.
A spokesman for the Tourist Authority's U S
offices told Congress that the book was not being
distributed and that the publishers would have to
reprint it without description of the camp or agree
to have the information taken out of the book
baton the Authority would distribute copies.
Shimon Peres, chairman of the Labor Party
disclosed last week that Guinea asked to become
a protectorate of Israel in 1960. The matter wa,
kept secret until last week. The exact date of the
affair was not given but the daily Ilaaretz said it
took place when Peres was Deputy Defense
Minister in the Cabinet of Prime Minister David
ESrfiS rU,n? ^ become "^Pendent
1958. ahead of other French Colonies in West
Africa and its relations with the former colonial
power had gone very chilly.
Guinean President Ahmed Sekon Toure then
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Ben-Gunon was enthusiastic and sent a mission
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May l. 1981
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U.S. Jewish Leaders Sound Off
NEW YORK (JTA)
]__ Jewish leaders have
denounced the planned sale
of the weapons to Saudi
I.Arabia. Howard Squadron,
Ichairman of the Conference
U Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organi-
ations. said the arms
.ckage will be damaging
"our country's interests,
harmful to the cause of
Middle East peace and
dangerous tor our country's
nend and ally, Israel.''
Squadron said a Presidents
Conference delegation would
et with Secretary of State Al-
exander Haig and Defense Secre-
tary Casper Weinberger at the
State Department. Squadron
added that he would hold a news
conference after the meeting.
RABBI Joseph Sternstein,
president of the American Zionist
Federation, said the Administra-
tion's decision on the arms sale is
"ill-conceived and injurious to
Americas own vital strategic
interests" and "raises many
disturbing and disquieting issue
.. Are we to assume that the
decisions for America's strategic
interests are to be made in
Riyadh ... Is this the way the
United States punishes such a
stalwart friend such as Israel and
rewards such an arrogant and
unbending element such as Saudi
Arabia?" Sternstein urged the
Evron Asks Veliotes
That U.S. 'Reconsider'
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel has asked the
S. to "reconsider'' its multi-million dollar arms sale to
taudi Arabia. Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Evron said
re. He stressed that Israel is "objecting to the whole
ckage," not just to the AWACS surveillance aircraft
eluded in the sale.
Evron made his statement after meeting with
icholas Veliotes, Assistant Secretary of State for Near
stem and South Asian Affairs, at the State Depart -
nt. It was a follow-up to the meeting the Israeli envoy
ad earlier with Secretary of State Alexander Haig.
Evron said the supply of arms to the Saudis "will
ake our security that much more difficult to defend." He
Kited that even if the AWACS are manned by Americans,
here the planes will fly and what they will monitor will
le decided by the Saudis. He also contended that the sale
undermines the stability of the area."
. Evron said he was aware of the opposition to the sale
Congress but would not hazzard a guess as to whether
would be rejected by the House and Senate.
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Jewish community to "mobilize
its full resources to oppose" the
arms sale.
Rabbi William Berkowitz.
president of the Jewish National
Fund, charged that the sale of
arms would be "catastrophic for
the United States, for Israel and
for the cause of peace and
stability in the Middle Cast."
Noting that there is nothing
' moderate about the Saudi vow
to destroy Israel, he emphasized
that "the sale of such weapons
would only put them into the
hands of a regime that could
prove to be as unstable as Iran.
When will our country learn the
lesson that all the arms we pro-
vide the Saudis will not save
Prince Fahd anymore than the
Americans arms saved the throne
of the Shah of Iran','''
RABBI SOL ROTH, president
of the Rabbinical Council of
America, said that sermons on
the last days of Passover in more
than 1.000 Orthodox congre-
gations emphasized the danger to
the U.S. if the Administration
ignores all opposition to the arms
sale. He also announced that
many Orthodox congregations
would make petitions available to
be signed and sent to the White
House. State Department and
Congress. The petitions would
declare that "Saudi Arabia can
not he trusted to be an ally <>1 the
U.S. now or in the future.
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis iCCARI. the
association of Reform rabbis,
said the arms sale was "un-
necessary" and was being pro-
posed "without achieving Saudi
acceptance of Israel and a firm
guarantee to join in the Camp
David peace process."
The CCAR also asserted that
the projected sale "will only serve
to fuel the arms race and antago-
nisms in the Middle Cast, further
destabilizing the region and act-
ing in the worst interests of the
United States and our allies." It
asked the Reagan Ad-
ministration to withdraw its
planned weapons sale to Saudi
Arabia, and if formal notification
was sent to Congress, "we call
upon Congress to vote against"
the proposal.
Leading emigration activists Vladimir and Maria Slepak manage
smiles in photos obtained by the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
despite nearly three years of internal exile in remote, desolate Siberia.
The couple was arrested for hanging a sign from their balcony in
Moscow demanding reunion with their son in Israel. They wrote
friends in Philadelphia: When nothing happens and every day is the
same, time goes faster. Perhaps ifs good because the end of our term
comet sooner, yet these days are days of our lives, and unfortunately
we have only one life. Hut we must be optimistic ana we II win.
After Waiting Almost Nine Years,
Leningrad Emigres Get Their Visas
NEW YORK (JTA) Aft-
er waiting for almost rune years
for an exit visa. Gngory Goman.
his wife. Larissa. and their five-
year-old daughter. Geula. have
received permission to emigrate
'o Israel, it was reported here.
Goman. 45. of Leningrad, was
sui)|ecteu to constant police
harassment since he First applied
lor a visa in 1972. A doctor of
radiophysical engineering, he has
not been able to work in his field
since 1972.
Meanwhile, the life of Prisoner
dI Conscience Anatoly Sharansky
hangs in the balance. His wife.
A vital, reported that his weight
is now down to 91 pounds, he is
going blind and is losing his
memory. "The situation is now so
grave that I feel he is going to
die," she told reporters during a
visit to England several days
ago. "He is only being given
bread and soup" in the Soviet
labor camp where he is serving a
15-year term.
IN ANOTHER development,
Ida Nudel reported that the hut
in which she lives in the remote
Siberian village of Krivesheino,
to which she was exiled in 1978,
was searched by Soviet authori-
ties after fellow activists visited
her. One of the visitors, Dr. Isai
Goldstein, was detained and
interrogated, and the tape of his
conversation with Nudel was
confiscated.
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Yom Ha'atzmaut
This year, Yom Ha'atzmaut will mark the 33rd
year of Israel's independence. The celebration date
on the Hebrew calendar is Iyar 5. On the English
calendar, it is May 9, and adjustment are always
having to be made in the mind of celebrants as to
why yom Ha'atzmaut is, some years, celebrated on
neither day.
As for example, this year. Iyar 5 falls on Satur-
day, and the Israel Government has ruled that Yom
Ha'atzmaut should therefore be marked on the previ-
ous Thursday. This means, reckoned in terms of the
English calendar, May 7.
For th's complicated reason. Greater Miami will
be celebrating Israel's 33rd year of independence
next Thursday evening. May 7, with a massive cele-
bration at the Miami Beach ('onvention Center.
A second statistic that our area's residents may
take special pleasure in noting is that, as of last
year's Yom Ha'atzmaut rally. Greater Miami's is the
largest such community-wide celebration in the
nation. The by now traditional event, sponsored
locally by the American Zionist Federation and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is again expected
to attract thousands of South Floridians, many of
whom may want by their presence to preserve oui
community's national status in these affairs.
Perhaps one of the most cogent reasons for at-
tending the event is that this year's Yom Ha'atz-
maut here will also serve as a mass protest against
the sale of AWACS surveillance planes to Saudi
Arabia announced by the Reagan Administration
last week.
What Drove Shostakovich Wed
THE LATE Marxist phil-
osopher, Herbert Marcuse said
of art that its purpose is to ad
vance the principles of pro
letarian revolution Any othei
kind is decadent, and he saw
graffiti as the only worthwhile an
being produced in the 20th Cen
turv the street anu sidewalk
art of dogmatic revolutionary
sloganeering.
Rut any artist will tell you that
the purpose of his art is to please
himself. And if he is willing to
suffer the tribulations of non-
recognition of failing at the
same time that he pleases himself
also to please others if he is
willing to do this as he risks
everything in order to reap the
rewards of success, then what
business is it of anyone else to
judge his art except on a basis of
like or dislike?
THIS CERTAINLY seems
reasonable enough, but there is
little that is reasonable in Marx-
ist practice, and the theoreticians
of Marxism. Marcuse included.
' ave always been willing for
others to suffer the preachment
of their principles so long as they.
themselves, have remained safely
and steadfastly immune to its
illogical effects.
One has only to look at the art
productivity of any Marxist
regime, specifically the Soviet
Union's, to see how political dog-
gerel translated into panoramic
posters produces little more than
a visual putrescence that is
appalling.
Artists in the Communist
world who dare to depart from
this kind of controlled produc-
tivity, from the aesthetic design
to which Marcuse referred in the
Mideast Geopolitcal Struggle
With regard to these planes, we have been
warning in our editorial columns all along that the
AWACS would become an Israeli issue rather than
what it ought to be a nationwide issue. And so
they have. Can we afford to arm the Saudis with
AWACS when, more and more, they appc lr to be
going down the road toward their own destruction
taken earlier by the regime of the Shah of Iran?
Can we afford that, in the event of such a Saudi
self-disappearing act, our AWACS fall into enemy
hands precisely in the same way that so much of our
sophisticated weaponry given to the Shah of Iran fell
into enemy hands?
Those who say we can not are now being
regarded merely as supporters of Israel rather than
as persons concerned with the safety of America, as
well. Neither is the issue an academic question as
Saudi Arabia's oil czar, Sheikh Yamani, demon-
strated so clearly last week on two separate oc-
casions, once on national American television and
then a second time before a Foreign Policy Associa-
tion meeting in New York.
Both times. Yamani declared flat out that Israel
is a greater threat to the stability of the Middle East
than the Soviet Union this from an Arab mon-
archist who would survive along with his country
only if Israel were to survive. And who would go the
way of the Shah of Iran if Israel were not to survive,
and the Russians were permitted to have their way in
in that area of the world.
We are not often given to quoting Egypt's Pres-
ident Sadat, whom we have not trusted from the
word go. Still, while he applauded the Reagan Ad-
ministration's decision to supply the Saudis with
AWACS last week, he also remarked that the Saudis
are a nation poised on the brink of disaster because
they simply fail to recognize the realities of today's
geopolitical struggle in the Middle East.
.most praiseworthy sen-
E is by dafinitgndSfii
rvanchist and dan^erous^'
THE REASON isobviou,.,
artist who follows his *%
consumed by the need foTsSj
pression and therefore indtffcj
to the needs of the state ErtrJ
tscounterrevolutmnarvandVJ
be censored
All of this ,-nines to mind J
consequent-, ,.f the defert,
other week of Maxim Short
vich to the United State,
Soviet symphony ordy
cond-ctor is the son of thej
mortal Dm it r "-ho^takovich i
died in 1975 \s an artist
claimed Maxim following hoi
faction, he would not be able!
find the ultimate freedom
needs m order to pursue
career in the Soviet Union
This, mind you. from anu
prttive artist a perfon
Imagine the .ponies his fat]
suffered, a cream e artist, itj
crude hands 0| the Sovet i
lotfues because there went
when he simply spoke he i
thetic mind in his music i
regard to whether or not ti
v a need the glories of the
lution.
IN FACT, you don't havtl
imagine it at all. The Iivh|
Dmitri Shostakovich and
contemporary. Sergei
were entwined at least in thai
if no other: long after their (
they remain mute testimony |
their victimization by the [
ciples for productivity of
proper proletarian practitioner]
art as set down by the
state Or as defined by the 1
ist theoretician. Marcuse
others, there an- so many i
always prepared to fetter thei
human mind
These are the men M
Shostako\ ich surely had in i
as he fled t>> the West, his fall
and Prokofiet The repeal
Muscovite humiliation of
father and of Prokofiev could 1
have escaped his memory.
It was. lor example. Jo
Stalin who look particular
Ijpmlciri delight in turning
thumbscrew* on the exq
musical sensibilitiei of
Shostakovich this
swine ol a man whose mu
understanding came to an.
who nevertheless offered up
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Volume 54
John Hinckley Jr.'s mad deed
trying to kill President Reagan
with a six-shot double-action
revolver has touched off a new
rush to stem America's tide of
violence. Aa we ail know now,
young Hinckley'a act is believed
to have boiled up from love-sick
fantasies over Jodie Foster, a
current movie star. Nor can many
of us be unfamiliar with the fact
that he did a term paper on
Hitler's Mein Kampf and was
dismissed from the American
Nazi Party because he kept
talking about going out and
shooting people
Meanwhile, two of the three
top branches of our government
have made it clear where they
stand with regard to violent
crime.
CHIEF JUSTICE Warren E.
Hunter a few months ago
in with a thundering
llenge for providing assurance
to "decent, taw-abiding citizens
(who) are hostages in an im-
potent society." Thus spoke the
Judiciary.
Attorney General William F.
Smith has said his top priority is
"leadership of a national effort
against violent crime." As one of
the President's closest friends
and moat valued advisors, he
speaks for the Executive branch
of government on the issue of
crime.
Branch No. 3 Congress
has a long and continuing history
of trying to face down criminals
with tougher laws. John Hinck
ley's vicious gun play will surely
step up legislative action.
Violent crime was up 10
percent two years ago Last year
the climb was IS percent.
WE MUST have action now.
Yet inherent in the rush for crime
rat** are dangers, which, if
disregarded, may damage rather
than improve the situation. Chief
Justice Burger himself told
tbeAroerican Bar Association in
Houston that we must not be
misled by clinches and slogans;
yet some worried student -4
criminal law concluded .that his
address waa inflammatory and
bloated with rhetoric. In one
newsroom the Burger address
drew this top headline: "Lock
Em Up! Toea Awav the Key."
And one superior court judge,
spurred by the Chief Justice's
oration, called for the citizenry to
"get gun permits or Mace per-
mits" for safety's sake.
Indeed, the rhetoric of the*
was more than we should
obliged to suffer we
warned against Judge Bur,
"qukk fix." his "ultimate h<
the oversimplistic appro**
a highly complex problem
Above all. in the new
minatmn to push the .
as far right of center u '
Chief Justice Warren Mi*
of having shoved it too tar"'
other direction, it i obva*
any calls that embody
of constitutional fSSTd
not. in the end. aclueva
many of us want.
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Intervention Legalized
Reason Behind Polish Anti-Zionism
WASHINGTON A
lecturer at Warsaw
University contended that
! the anti-Zionist campaign
I being conducted in Poland
is an attempt "to legiti-
matize Soviet intervention"
in that troubled nation.
Pawel Spiewak, who is
also a member of the
editorial staff of Wiez, a
prominent Catholic pub-
lication in Poland,
reminded a B'nai B'rith
I audience at the Inter-
national Conference Center
! that the Soviets conducted
a similar campaign before
| invading Czechoslovakia in
I the 1960s.
Spuvrnk. here on a six-week
I \isil under the sponsorship of the
InnrnuiK'iial Communications
Agency- **! lhal tne anti
Semitic poster* placed around
Warsaw recently were the work
I o(the secret police.
HE EXPLAINED that al
though there are only about 7,000
Jews remaining in Poland, some
ire members of an influential
labor group which the govern-
ment seeks to discredit.
"Many people in Poland think
that Jews are responsible for the
establishment of Communist rule
in Poland." he said. "Many Com-
munists were Jews and many
Jews were in the secret police in
the Stalinist era.
"So now (some Polish people)
want to say the responsibility for
all the crimes of the Stalinist
period is with the Jews. They
want to say that the Communist
Party is not responsible, that it
was mainly Jews, by some Jew-
ish plot."
Spiewak. who spoke under the
aegis of the International Council
of B'nai R'rith. said that until
recently there were no recorded
accounts of anti-Semitism in
Poland and that most Poles did
not know that it existed.
Accounts of the Holocaust were
written in terms of Poles being
killed, he explained.
THE NEW wave of anti-Semi-
tism is "especially troublesome
because the Jewish community
doesn't exist in Poland," he
declared.
Spiewak added that the Poles
can speak freely today and that
"it is very important to discuss"
anti-Semitism in terms of under-
standing and coming to grips
with their past and to avoid
making Jews the scapegoat
again.
He said that an effort to thwart
that likelihood involves a number
of Catholic intellectuals who are
writing books and other pub-
lications about anti-Semitism in
their country. In addition, he
said, they are publicizing cultural
activities of Polish Jews prior to
World War II.
Other Catholic groups, he said,
are "renewing" Jewish sculp-
tures. Jewish buildings and
synagogues.
Declaring that the greatest
danger to Poland lies in its
"stupidity" of history and its
chauvinism, Spiewak said that
Poland "must end anti-Semitism
and rebuild a sense of tolerance
and democratic values."
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years ago but was implemented only in some of the
hospitals.
THE NEW regulation is intended as another
measure to cope with the growing incidents of rape by
easing the pressure on victims. According to the new pro-
cedure, a victim will be immediately checked by a senior
gynecologist whose findings will serve as valid testimony
in court.
At the same time, the victim will be treated by a psy-
chiatrist and a social worker. Until now a rape victim had
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clinic in order to obtain medical documents that would be
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Back to Real Reform
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It's hard to believe
that the guy playing second
base is different.He's not
except that he is a
Rabbi. "'He's so young! one
onlooker remarks.
At 32, Rabbi Brett
Goldstein has developed a
reputation far beyond his
youthful appearance. Five
years ago, he was hired as
assistant b> the late Dr.
Joseph R. Narot to serve
the congregation of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami.
Subsequently. Rabbi Goldstein
served Temple Israel also as
associate rabbi. For the past 15
months he was in Temple Israel's
pulpit as sole religious leader for
the 1,200-familv institution.
TODAY, after completion of
his tenure at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Goldstein will take his
Rab i Goldstein
unique personal style to a new
temple in the West Kendall area.
"Rabbi Brett" has been selected
to lead Temple Shir Ami. the new
Reform temple.
"This is a very exciting
project. It presents an entirely
Son of Modigliani Turns
Up as French Parish Priest
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTAI The long-
lost son of Jewish painter
Amadeo Modigliani has been
found in a small village near
Paris' where he serves as the local
parish priest. Father Gerad
Thiroux -Yillette. 64. told a
French newspaper that he had
known since he was 13 years old
that he was the son of the world
famous artist whom many critics
describe as the greatest painter of
the 20th Century The painters
son was "discovered" by Le
Journal de Dimanche as a ret-
rospective exhibition of Mo-
diglianis major works opened at
i he Pompidou Center.
Modigliani. at his death in
1920. left two infant children: a
two-year-old daughter. Janine,
and a four-month old son.
Gerard. After the painter died,
his brother. Emmanuel, came
from Livorno (Leghorn). Italy to
look for the children. Janine was
found and taken to Livorno
where she was formally adopted
by the painter's sister who gave
her the family name.
The boy disappeared, and only
art historians knew of his
presumed existence. Now. he
says that his mother, who was an
art student and 20 years old at
the time of his birth, first left him
with foster parents v.' .o gave him
the name of Villette. Later, she
care for him herself.
He said he has never been in
touch with his father's family and
does not intend to do so now.
Thiroux-Villette said he wants to
be forgotten by the outside world
REFINISH DIRILYTE
REFURBISH!
new perspective of my role," says
Rabbi Goldstein. Aa a rabbi, he
has been involved in the commu-
nity through interfaith programs
and lectures and television ap-
pearances focusing or. 'he cult
movement.
"Now the emphasis will be on
the family unit and the temple as
the social and educational center
of the community," he says. "As
spiritual leader, I will be directly
involved in the religious
education and small study
groups in neighborhood homes."
SUSAN WINDMILLER.
president of Temple Shir Ami.
expressed the group's ideology:
"We are looking forward to a
community-oriented project
Whereas many Reform temples
are becoming more traditional in
their practices. Temple Shir Ami
will Ik- more classical Reform'
,ind the onlv Reform presence
weal of the turnpike."
Rabbi Goldstein was born in
Buffalo. N.Y., and graduated
cum laude from Wesleyan
University. In 1974. he received a
Master of Hebrew Letters degree
at Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, and was
subsequently ordained by that
institution in 1976.
After an internship at Temple
B'nai Avraham in Portsmouth.
Ohio. Rabbi Goldstein moved to
Miami He makes his home in the
West Kendall area with his wife
Helen, a native of Miami, whose
family members are longtime
ptoaosn and distinguished Jew-
ish community leaders.
BOTH OF them have bSBB
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growth of the Jewish population
in the southwest. Michael Meyer.
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's south office.
said recently that "the bulk of
the people lin the southwest areal
are voung couples in the 20s and
30s "
Additionally, there are condo-
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several thousand retired per
suns "Tempts Shir Ami hopes to
attract many of these residents
who are not yet affiliated."
explains Rabbi Goldstein
Temple Shir Ami has been
meeting for Shabbat services and
other holiday celebrations at
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several months. "Their en-
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of Syria last Wednesday did not
reflect any change in U.S. Middle
Beat policy and was not meant to
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military actions in Lebanon
voiced by Secretary of State
Mexander Half; when he visited
Israel as part of his recent
Mideast tour Haig had forcefully
COOdaanaad the "brutal" Syrian
shelling of Christian areas in
north I.elunon
\ What* House spokesman
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meaaagfJ MO] by the President to
Mother head of >>tate on *he
occasion of that country's
National Day of Independence
Syria observed its Independence
I >ay last Thursday
Keagan's cable noted the
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and their leaders can play, not
only in the service of their own
nation and its independence but
in the search for a just Middle
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keroperat* Israeli recently. "At
Li thev stay in our society
then thev finish their sentence,
fan are deserters, cowards."
| another Hut in many cases
v are ex-soldiers who have
ht ^ at least two wars and
(ve risked their lives over and
ver again for their country.
Tike the children of Dr. and
lira Josef (ianz. who live in the
I'emen Moshe district of Jeru-
)em Dr. Ganz, a retired atomic
pgineer. and his wife. Eva. bom
i Liverpool, have two sabra chil-
n. Allon Dan and Cannia.
[jjon gained a Master's degree in
tmputer saenee at the Hebrew
university and went to Yale on a
|[l]oship He was a paratrooper
fought in the Six-Day War.
. is married to an Israeli, and
key have four children, one born
Israel, three in the U.S. He
signs computers.
|CARMIA is a professor at
jlumbia University and is
tpged in cancer reserach. She
tin daughter*. She also
\ed in the army. Said Dr.
0 "They want to come back.
Lt the fir^i thing you need is a
p. They're building some near
- for (our and a half rooms
pt) II. M).0O0. ($200,000).
[oucan t gel .1 proper mortgage.
you havt t<> take a bank loan
rach .1 high rate of interest
ai you never pay it off But if a
ian comes, he gets every-
: .1 ll.it. .1 reduction in in-
ill the help he needs
I;. son did his duty, he didn't
kiwa}
the children can find
00 in I r-:tt i 1 omparable in pay
Lo those they have in
rhej want to come
ick mainl> lor the sake of their
uldren. all technically Israeli
i- Hut some of the children
r to -tav in America.
When Mrs (Jan/, hears slight-
I in .- to yordim, she says
would like to punch
I It's an awful ex-
pssion like a stigma We are
educating our people. If it
rraol (or the Arab workers. t
M have no laborers. Doctors
11 get places after they have
shed 1 r,iming, so they go
bmad "
[INDEED, a few days later, her
BBented to be borne out
en AJula hospital director
omo Antebi said that 90 per-
Itol the lirsi graduating class
*>"l of Tel Aviv University's
dual school 40 out of 45 -
practicing abroad. It was
pied shortly afterwards. Many
[those abroad, it was said, were
**!> gaining additional qualifi-
cations and did not intend to
stay.
Hut the following night. I met a
young English doctor who had
given up a lucrative hospital post
in Sussex in order to work for half
the money in a Negev develop-
ment area. "They just can't get
doctors for places like that." he
said.
Dr. Jonathan Mann, a dentist
at the Hadassah Dental Center,
spent two years in America and
was so horrified at the extent of
the yerida problem that he has
founded an organization called
Ayala. which tries to help those
who wish to return. "Some people
leave Israel." he said, because
they are poor and have financial
problems, academics leave
because they are not satisfied
with their academic development
in Israel, and doctors and
psychologists leave because they
could not get jobs they wanted.
"Hadassah will only take the
best, and whenever there is a
vacancy. there is immense
competition for it. But it doesn't
mean to say that because a
doctor can't get a job in
Hudussah. he should leave the
country. Not everyone can be
head of a department, not even in
\ mine1 People think that here,
in a .Jewish country, they should
get what they want." Other
people, he said, left because they
had income tax problems, or
liecau.se they were upset and
there was a place to go. some of
t he family being already in the
\ S Once it was difficult because
there *) as no one there who could
guarantee support until a job was
K>und Now everyone knows
omeooe In America who will
pm\ ids work of sorts.
AFTER A few years, they
become eligible for a green card
which allows them to stay as long
as they lik- "They take low
wages at first." said Dr. Mann,
but slowly they find their way
around and open their own
businesses. Most of them don't
live very comfortably and earn an
average salary which would give
them a Utter living here. They
work hard, seven days a week.
\1> own feeling is that many of
them are not very happy."
Many of the Oriental Jews
from Israel go to New York. "I
know one who went to university
here and gained his Master's
dejjree in statistics." said Dr.
Mann. "1 asked him what he was
doing in America. 'In Israel.' he
said. 'I'm called a black, and here
I'm called a white.' His two
brothers, who also went to
university in Israel, are with him
in the U.S. So is their mother.
They are in the flour distributing
business.
"The yored says his roots are
in Israel, and that one day he will
come back. But very few do, and
a lot of those who do come back
soon leave again. I know of one
Israeli who stayed in the U.S. for
18 years. He son was born there.
lie decided to come back to Israel
because he fell a foreigner there.
But his son said "If you want to
go h.nk to Israel, you go by
yourself."'
MANN, son of the director-
general of Hadassah, is a former
paratroop officer. In America for
postgraduate studies, he met one
of his old soldiers. "What are you
doing here?" Mann asked him. "I
don't intend to stay." said the ex-
paratrooper. Two days laters.
Mann met his wife, and she told
him they had bought a house.
There are all sorts of reasons
for yerida. Some blame American
I films and the good lite they show;
others the psychological stresses
of being an Israeli; most put it
down to the physical struggle.
Mann himself was offered a
chance to stay in the U.S. "If I
have to pick up a gun again and
fight for a place, it wouldn't be
for the United States," he said,
"It would be for Israel. So I came
to the conclusion that the only
place I belong to is I srael.
"What will these yordim do
I when they meet anti-Semitism
abroad? The only place they can
run back to Israel. So I" fight for
them, I" pay taxes, I'll work to
keep the country nice so that
they can come back when they
have problems. There's a burden
to be shared. If they were back
here, maybe I wouldn't have to
pay so much tax. maybe I
wouldn't have to do as many
weeks in the Army."
The irony became anger. "So
thev succeed," said Mann. "So
Decision Revealed to Reject
Purchase of Arab Electric Company
what, a yored is a traitor." But is
he? It seems to be accepted that
people like Barenboim, Zuker-
man. Perlman and other virtuoso
musicians need to go abroad to be
able to fulfill themselves and
stretch their talents. Why should
a businessman be deprived of the
opportunity of testing his talents
against the American hustler and
fulfilling his urge to win the wider
world?
MY FEELINGS are not
much different for Barenboim
and the others. But at least they
are known as Israelis, and when
they play they give something to
Israel. But most of the others are
not doing anything more than
they would be doing here.
"I spoke of Hadassah in the
States. I said. 'Do me a favor and
don't support Israelis who come
here." They were quite happy
when I said that, but when I
added, and make aliya,' their
faces changed. One woman stood
up and said. 'Dr. Mann, we have
got half a million Israelis in the
States. How can you ask me to
make aliya when lo percent of the
population has left? That means
there is something wrong. I will
give you money, but I won't
come to Israel." Those were her
words, and I just didn't know
what to say."
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA1 -
The government apparently has
backed away from its plans to
purchase the Arab-owned East
Jerusalem Electric Co.. a con-
troversial move that had aroused
considerable oppostion in Israel,
as well as in the Arab commu-
nity. This was indicated follow-
ing a meeting here between
Energy Minister Yitzhak Modai
and Anwar Nusseibeh, chairman
of the utility
Both men refused to comment
on their discussion, but source
dose to Nusseibeh said it was
"good." It is believed that Modai
has concluded that the dis-
advantages of taking over the
Arab firm would outweigh the
advantages. Israeli opponents of
the projected purchase, including
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek,
had long argues that such a move
would be unwise politcally and
appear provocative.
The deciding factor may have
been the Supreme Court's ruling
earlier this year affirming the
government's right to purchase
the electric company's facilities
in East Jerusalem but not its
franchise on the West Bank. The
utility's generators are in East
Jerusalem, but the bulk of its
customers are on the West Bank,
including Jewish settlers. The
latter had been urging the
government to take over the
company on grounds that it
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Leave Israel in Lurch

'Or Area Will Explode'
By YITZHAK RABI |
NEW YORK (JTA);
- Sheikh Ahmed Zaki
Yamani, Minister of
Petroleum and Mineral
tteseurces of Saudi Arabia,
has warned that unless the
U.S. changes its Middle
East policy and shifts away
from its support of Israel,
"things wiL get out of
hand, and the area will
explode. American and
Western interests will
suffer untold losses as a
result."
In a sharply worded speech to
a Foreign Policy Association
luncheon at the Plaza Hotel here,
the Saudi minister declared:
"To the Saudis, there are only
two threats in this world
international Communism and
Israel. The first helps to reinforce
our friendship with America
while the second is a threat toi
tb't friendship. It is difficult to!
conceive of a compromise in a
situation like this. The second
(threat) is far more tangible and
more evident than the first one
and an actual danger is obviously
worse than potential danger."
CONTENDING that the Arab- <
Israeli problem is the obstacle to
US Saudi Arabian perfect
model" relationship, Yamani
declared: "Israel is the opening
through which the Russians slip
into the Arab world. That is the
Communists' entry visas to our
countries. And the more support
the U.S. gives to Israel, the
better is the climate for the
Russians in the region. This is
fully borne out by the pattern of
Arab-Russian relations during
the last three decades.
Claiming that Russia is going
to benefit from present Israeli
policies, he continued: "When
the U.S., due to internal political
pressure, refrains from perform-
ing its duty in bringing peace to
the area, it thereby serves the
Russians' interests to the detri-
ment of its own interests and
perhaps those of Israel itself."
YAMANI CONTENDED that
the Saudis cannot explain why
America is turning "a blind eye
to Israel's behavior in Jerusalem.
Islam's holiest point after Mecca
and Medina." He said Jerusalem
and Palestine "after all" are not
only an Arab cause, "they are
primarily an Islamic cause."
Noting that the Saudis are
aware of the extent of the power
of the "Zionist" lobby and the
Jewish community and their in-
fluence on American public
opinion. Congress and the Ad-
ministration, he said that it is
"strange" that the Jewish com-
munity should continue its blind
support of Israel at a time that
the rare opportunity for peace
comes by and the Arabs express-
ed a real willingness to live with
Israel "in a just and lasting peace
that would insure for all the
parties concerned, independence
and security."
Yamani said there is a unani-
mous view in Saudi Arabia that
peace in the Middle East will not
be achieved without "America's
energetic contribution" and
without the U.S. changing its
role "into a much more positive
one."
He added. "Given this, we in
Saudi Arabia find it very strange
to hear that the Communist
threat is a justification for the
special relationship between the
U.S. and Israel."
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place as much emphasis on the
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Yamani did not touch in his
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gress. But the AWACS issue was
raised during the question period
that followed the speech.
Yamani said that "unfortu-
nately" the AWACS have
become "a hot issue", but he was
confident that they will be sold to
Saudi Arabia with Congress'
approval. "This is the firm posi-
tion of the Administration." he
said, stressing that Congress will
realize that it is in the U.S. inter-
est to sell the AWACS to Saudi
Arabia so that it ran protect
itself from any Communist at-
tempt to seize its oilfields.
He described the AWACS as a
defensive instrument" ar.d
charged that the Israeli oppose
the sale because they don't want
"anybody to monitor them." He
accused Israel of raising a storm
ova? the issue in order to "milk
more" from the U.S. Yamani
stated under questioning that the
.eal test of U.S. friendship is to
see to it that the Arab-Israeli
conflict is solved. He said the
most acute aspect of that conflict
"is the plight of the Palestinian
people who have been denied the
basic right of self-
determination."
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RIO DE JANEIRO-
(JTA) Leading newspa-
pers have attacked the gov-
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licenses to Jewish-owned
firms, one headed by an im-
migrant from Czarist
Russia and the other by a
Brazilian-born son of
immigrants.
The licenses granted by the
Communications Ministry are for
nine TV channels in Rio. Sao
Paulo and other cities. Although
radio and television are private
enerprises. they are controlled by
the government. The channels in
qpaaation were applied for by
Mviral groups, includingJournaJ
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Bloch, 73, who was born ift
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Page 9-A
Men of destiny?
Jewish Voters Abandon
Giscard in Droves
Continued from Page 1-A
givings or worse for the
way French officials reacted to
and handled the traumatic events
of Rue Copemic.
The extent of the swing
against Giscard can be seen in
the Jewish Renewal" move-
ment, which has waded into the
presidential campaign with a
massive leaflet campaign,
condemining Giacard as
dangerous" for peace in the
Middle East and "dangerous" for
the future of France. While not
endorsing Mitterand, the Jewish
Renewal group is urging the
French to "vote against Giacard"
- its election slogan.
IN A SURVEY conducted by
the magazine Le Point, 53
percent of Jewish voters polled
expressed a preference for
Mitterand as against only 23 for
Giscard. (iiscard and Mitterand
are considered the front runners
amonn the four leading can-
didates and are expected to
Mirvive into the second round of
voting May 10.
The influential Rothschild
famil>. some of whose members
Mipported discard in 1974. has
withheld its endorsement this
time around. Alain de Roths-
child, who heads CRIF (the Rep
naentative Council of Jewish
Institutions in France), declared
in a preelection (Apr. 261 press
conference that voters should
have "freedom of choice" in the
elections
He then proceeded to take the
French government to task on a
(torson Bernstein
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host of issues, denouncing what
he called French submission to
Arab "blackmail" and condem-
ning the climate of discrimination
leading to a "resurgence of
Nazism" in France.
DESPITE the anti-Giscard
sentiment, however, Mitterand
may not pick up as many Jewish
voters as might be expected.
Political observers point out that
there is an awareness at least
among Jewish voters with longer
memories that Mitterand's
Socialists, with probable support
from the Communists, will be no
more pro-Israel than Giscard.
While the forces of Giscard and
Mitterand jockey for Jewish
votes all other parties in France
are also wooing them, mobilizing
prominent Jews in their ranks for
this purpose. The Communists,
for example, published an appeal
in their newspaper L'llumanite
to French lews to back the
candidacy of their leader.
Georges Marchais.
The realization has evidently
gotten through to French politi-
cians that times are changing for
French Jewry. Traditionally the
French Jewish community has
been more diffuse than its
American counterpart. But even
before Rue Copemic. which gal-
vanized the Jewish community.
French Jewry had been envolving
into a more cohesive entity and
asserting its identity.
ONE DRAMATIC mani-
festation of this trend was the re-
cent publication of The Book for
the Perplexed by Francois Debre,
son of the former Premier, Michel
Debre. who is a Gaullist candi-
date in this year's elections. The
son roundly criticizes his father
for his assimilation into French
Christian culture.
Similarly, Dom4e)ique
Schnapper. the daughter of noted
scholar Raymond Aron, stresses
her Jewish identity in her book,
Jews and ItraelittM.
Rothschild, in his press confer-
ence, declared that considering
the contributions of Judaism to
French culture. (CRIF) desires to
see the teaching of Jewish history
end notably of the Holocaust in
the national educational
program."
Referring to the tendency in
some circles to blame Jews for
the nation's economic ills, Roths-
child went on to ny that the
"Jewish community condemns
. attempts to exploit racism,
xenophobia and intolerance on
the basis of economic difficulties
and unemployment."
MUCH OF Rothschild's pre-
election stetement was concerned
with French policy towards the
Middle East and the PLO. He
condemned the European
initiative toward the Palestine
Liberation Organization. in
which France played a leading
role, and the presence of riAJ
representatives on French soil-
Leo MindUti
What Drove Shostakovich West
Continued from Page 4-A
nouncements on one Shosta-
kovich composition or another
that set them into limbo for
decades thereafter as revanchist
or counterrevolutionary or bour-
geois or decadent or some other
such nonsense.
THE SUFFERING Maxim's
father experienced lay not so
much in what Stalin may have
said about, say, his Lady
Macbeth of Mzensh or his First
or Fourth Symphonies, all of
which were pronounced as
corrupt servants to the Soviet
cause
The suffering is far clearer in
the Shostakovich compositions
that were singled out for ap-
plause, especially in his cantata.
The Sun Shines Over Our
Motherland (Op. 901. a piece of
tenth-rate musical doggerel he
tore from his soul (which would
not rise to the political graffiti of
the occasion) in order to placate
the Kremlin witchhunters out to
victimize him. What his Soviet
masters approved of were less his
works of genius than a political
statement that could be plastered
on a wall like a crucifix dumbly to
be adored.
Poor Prokofiev performed
similar rites of Communist self
flagellation with his Cantata for
the 20th Anniversary of the
October Revolution, Op. 74, a
similar piece of nonsense torn
bloody from the depths of his
spirit and thrown as an act of ap-
peasement to the howling Krem-
lin dogs.
ONE OF the last of Dmitri
Shostakovich' masterpieces, his
Quartet No. 15 in E flat Minor,
Op. 144, is about as autobio-
graphical as it can possibly be.
Violist Alan George speaks of its
"all prevading deathly gloom," a
statement suggesting the com-
poser's awareness of his impend-
ing death from a heart too weary
to continue his life's struggle.
The second movement is
marked by shrieks from each of
the participating instruments, a
crying out. as it appears to me, of
a creative spirit refusing to be
imprisoned by any sort of death
natural or sociological.
The following Funeral March
section seems to be the com-
poser's final acquiescence to the
inevitable; he can fight neither
his own mortality nor the Stalins
of the world who helped hasten
his end. But we are fooled, for in
the final movement there is a
recapitulation, a resurrection of
the past that ultimately must
triumph.
George sees this as a "succes-
sion of weird mutterings, tap-
pings, warblings and tremblings
. blurred memories of the
earlier parts of the work." and
metaphorically. I believe, of
Shostakovich's own transcendent
.life.
GEORGE IS not merely a vio-
list, any old violist. He is a
specific violist. a member of
Britain's famed Fitzwilliaun
String Quartet, for which Sho-
stakovich achieved profound
regard as an interpreter of his
own works.
It was George who wrote to
Shostakovich in Moscow, in-
viting him to come to England to
hear the Fitzwilliam play his
music st York University. Sho-
stakovich accepted. He arrived
early in November, 1972. and
what ensued between them is less
significant than two events
George recalls near the end of the
visit.
One was a memory of Shosta-
kovich at Royal Festival Hall in
London, when the applause fol-
lowing a performance there
rendered Shostakovich "visibly
overcome by the reception the
audience gave him something
he must have been well used to,
but to which he reacted as if it
were the first time."
The second is the Fitzwilliam
group's recollection of Shostako-
vich when they took him to
Victoria Station for the long trip
back to Moscow. Following very
difficult, tear-choking farewells.
George wrote: "As the train
pulled out of the station, his
(Shostakovich's) poor feeble
hand continued to wave until he
was out of sight."
EACH OF these memories
suggests the shock of recognition
that freedom gave Shostakovich
so briefly in England and the sad
unwillingness he experienced to
part with it as the train pulled
away.
Surely, it was the same ex-
perience Prokofiev reported
during his many years away from
'the Soviet Union, his sense of
loneliness in Europe and
America, and his decision to
return knowing full well what to
I expect once he arrived back
home: the joy of motherland
renewed, the agony of its grim
political reality.
Dmitri Shostakovich's life as
an artist was a triumph over
Marxist tyranny, not a con-
sequence of it. His son, Maxim,
was surely motivated by that
understanding the other week
when he came West. The philoso-
phers of Marxist theory never
have to reckon with its grim
realities. Only the people who are
forced to suffer their follies do.
For Maxim Shostakovich, there
was a way out that not even his
immortal father had.
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Dutch Foreign Minister Back
From Giving Israel a Lecture
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA)
Foreigh Minister Christoph van
der Klaauw has returned from his
visits to Syria and Lebannon, the
most provocative aspect of which
was his two-hour meeting in Da-
mascus with Palestine Liberation
Organization Chief Yasir Arafat
and his PLO lieutenants. The
Dutch diplomat, who made that
contact in his capacity of chair-
man of the Council of Ministers
of the European Economic
Community (EEC) which seeks
to have the PLO "associated"
with the Middle East peace
process, was accompanied by a
delegation from the Netherlands
Foreign Ministry.
Van der Klaauw had little to
say to reporters about his con-
versation with Arafat except that
it had been useful but yielded no
new elements. A PLO spokesman
was less reticent. He told
reporters in Damascus that
Arafat had informed van der
Klaauw that the PLO will not
negotiate on the basis of United
Nations Security Council Resolu-
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He Loses Job
Schweiker Nominee Booted
UNnED 1^43
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
David Newhall.
chief aide to Health and
. luajan Services Secretary
Richard Schweiker. has
conducted a thorough
review of Warren Richard-
son. Schweiker s nominee
for the OffL.' of Assistant
Secretary of the Services
agency, who has been
charged with anti-
Semitism.
SCHWEIKER agreed to delay
'he nomination following charge?
f anti-Semitism brought by Rep
-am (ietdenson iD.. Conn.
igainat Richarason last week
' iejdenson told the Jewish Tele
Tap be Agency tnat if the nomi
Mtion J- not withdrawal, he
would personally oppose it before
Snair Finance Committee
vhicfa must approve the
'.omination
\ pokeaman for Schweiker
weak re\ealed that Richard-
on I appointee hai bean passed
vei in auministration
rdcr in avoid debate over the
largea
Gejdenson identified Richard-
son as having been counsel and
"chief lobbyist" of the ultra-
nghtwing Liberty Lobby in the
1970s. The congressman charac-
terized Liberty Lobby as "a
racist. anti-Semitic organization"
and noted that "its publication.
Spotlight.' espouses white
supremacy and refers to the Hol-
ocaust as a Jewish myth"."
(iejdenson cited an article by
Richardson that appeared on The
\eu York Time Op-Ed page m
Mav. 1971 in which de denounced
the cowards who would rather
countenance another national
disaster than brave the screams
of the [in>/mnlsi free press in
America.
ACCORDING to Health and
Human Services Department
sources. Richardson told Sen
weiker that he had written the
articles, but someone else at
Liberty Lobby, whom he did not
name, had inserted the anti-
Semmc paragraph Richardson
acknowledged that he served as
chief lobbyist for Liberty Lobby
but insited that "I am not now
nor have I ever been anti-
Semnii
The \nti Defamation Leatrue
of B'nai H nth charged (hat
Liberty Lobby is the most pow-
Holocaust Survivors
Condemn Bonn Sale
BONN UTAI The
Frankfurt-based Federation of
Jewish Holocaust Survivors pub-
lished an advertisement in
leading West German news-
papers condemning the Bonn
government's plans to sell highly
sophisticated weaponry to Saudi
Arabia. They warned that such a
move would only result in further
Arab oil blackmail The text of
the ad reminded West Germans
that Saudi Arabia reiterated its
call for a holy war against Israel
only a few weeks ago. It stated
that the use of German arms to
attack Israel would not make
oil supplies more
Germany's
secure.
Meanwhile, officials here said
that no final commitment on
arms deliveries could be exp-
tected before or during Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt's visit to
Saudi Arabia, beginning Apr. 27.
Schmidt received three Saudi
Arabian journalists to explain his
position on arms sales to the
Middle East. No details of the
interview were made available
Schmidt had told German editors
earlier that Israel does not have
the right to influence Bonn's
relations with Saudi Arabia.
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Semitic propaganda organization
in the United States."
Nathan Perlmutter. national
director of the ADL. said that
during the four-year period when
Richardson was Liberty Lobby s
counsel. the organization
compiled a public record that
included attacks on "Zionist-
controlled politicians who
supported Israel and tirades
against the mtergrat ion of Blacks
in education and in the armed
forces.
PERLMUTTER also noted
that the founder of Liberty
Lobbv is Willis Carlo, a longtime
anti-Semite and racist Carto is
the key figure in the Institute for
Historical review, a California-
based, pseudo-scientific organi-
zation that promotes the claim
that the Holocaust is a myth, the
M)L leader said
In view of this, he added,
having Richardson assume the
iob of \sMstant Secretary of the
health aanrilna, department
aould be 'akin to ilaaignaiina a
paranoiac to lie in charge of a
-Mental asvlum
Meanwhile Rep William
B mad head ID Mich > sent a
to President Reagan urging
him to withdraw Richardson
name from consideration > i ,-.
of his association with Libertv
Lobby To persist in supporting
tba nomination of Mr Richard-
son would l>e a demonstration of
remarkable insensitivity toward
the Jewish community and all
people of conscience. Broadhead
wrote.
HE NOTED that not only has
Liberty Lobby "a long and
virulent history of irresponsible
attacks on the Jewish community
in this country and around the
world." but it is now attempting
through its surrogate, the Insti-i
tute for Historical Review, tol
rewrite the political history of
this century, laying the blame for
two world wars on members of
Rep Claude Pepper of Florida dtspuixs the gold* mboased Bible Hi
reorived as the sixth recipient of B'nai B'nth Internal:!
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Mr Sit friendship uith the State of Israel At left uj Leon ft
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\er\ existence of the Holocaust."
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:n\ mvement with so
malignant an organization and
I i ause of the encouragement
*hich his nomination will give to
Libert) Lobb) in ch or-
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AWACS Postponed for Now
Continued from Page 1-A
nk it will be done," Yamani
on NBC-TVs "Meet the
jss" He said that "not to my
Uledge" was there any dis-
Lon by Haig while in Saudi
Lbia about a postponement of
isale.
AN interview with ABC-
Haig said Congressional
approval of the sale "would
ent a grievous setback in
.jerican relationships with
fdi Arabia." Abo. it was
orted that a State Department
cial said that Haig believes
it the Israelis "have a
fctimate complaint" about the
I ACS because the U.S. did not
Fthem about it in advance.
hat statement was made by
official at a breakfast in-
\w* with four Slate Depart-
kit reporters under ground
s that did not permit the off i-
[s name to be used. But John
_jch. a Hearst reporter who
i one of the four, in his story
fctified the official as Haig.
Meanwhile. Sen. Howard
lAWACS Face
Opposition
Continued from Page 1-A
fil the summer. But. he
Ksed, the Administration will
bmil the proposal and intends
fight for it" as a package.
kdminstniiion souces said
: the announcement was made
rlear up press speculation on
ther the Administration
ped to go ahead with the
The sources denied the
nuncement was made under
^di pressure or had anything
I" with the visit to Washing-
>'f Shekih Ahmed Yamani.
ISaudioil minister
Mat.- Majority Leader
jrd Baker (It.. Tenn.) was
puled to me.-t with Secretary
pUta Alexander Haig after
'' return trip from the
'' East, and his opinion is
ru-d to be crucial on the
| for submitting the
k- -nl sale i.) Congress.
fISCHER ALSO acknowl-
that the U.S. is consider-
U request from Kgypt for an
Y warning system, possibly
EC-2 Hawkeye, a less ad
M system than the
fACS. Israel has four
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Baker (R., Tenn), the Senate
Majority leader, who has
returned from leading a delega-
tion on a visit to the Mideast,
said there are not enough votes in
the Senate to either approve or
reject the sale. The sale will be
rejected if both the Senate and
House vote against it within 50
days of official notification.
CONGRESSIONAL opposi
t ion is especially strong over the
AWACS, not only because of
concern that it might endanger
Israel's security, but also because
of fear following the Iranian rev-
olution that placing the AWACS
in an unstable region might cause
one of the U.S most sophisticated
weapons to fall into the hands of
the Soviet Union.
An Associated Press survey
found 65 Senators who indicated
concern over the sale of the
AWACS of whom 45 are inclined
to vote against it. The AP found
only 20 Senators favoring the
sale.
The Israeli government origi-
nally decided not to put up a
strong fight on Capitol Hill in op-
position to the enhancement
equipment for the F-15s in order
to avoid a confrontation with the
new administration. But the
AWACS in Saudi hands would
have all of Israel's military
operations open to surveillance,
and Prime Minister Menachem
Begin said publicly several times
last week that Israel will make a
concerted effort in Congress to
quash the deal.
SOME observers had claimed
the announcement would be
postponed until after Israel June
30 election reportedly since the
Administration did not want to
give Begin an election issue.
Yamani. in his Television in-
terview, said such a move would
be "interfering" in Israel's
election and would help Begin.
On "Meet the Press," Yamani
also called the Egyptian-Israeli
peace treaty a "dead end street."
He said that the Saudis agree
with the U.S. that the Soviet
Union is a threat to the Mideast
but consider the Israelis a "much
greater" threat because the "Is-
raelis are the entry of the Soviets
in the area."
Yamani also put a damper on
one of the Administration's
major reasons for pushing the
AWACS sale. The Pentagon
reportedly believes that the
AWACS will have to be manned
by Americans for the near future,
giving the U.S. an entry to
stationing troops in Saudi
Arabia. "We think it will invite a
Russian presence in the area,"
Yamani said.
BUT'YAMANI also stressed
in the interview a position that is
certain to be taken up by those
who believe the Saudis should get
the arms they want because of
the oil exports to the U.S.
He claimed that Saudi Arabia
was responsible for the present
glut in oil throughout the world
and declared that Saudi Arabia
would not raise its prices or
reduce its production until other
members of the Organization of
Petroleum Exporting Countries
(OPEC) lowered their prices.
When asked about the belief by
some American experts that oil
consumption is declining and ,
that from now on Arab oil power it
will decline, Yamani replied that''
is "wishful thinking."
Israel Expresses 'Regret,
;*____9
Unreserved Opposition
To Reagan % Decision
I By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) The government
of Israel has expressed
"deep regret and
unreserved opposition" to
the Reagan Administra-
tion's decision to supply
Saudi Arabia with sophisti-
cated weapons and
AWACS intelligence
gathering planes. Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
met with U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis to convey Is-
rael's reaction.
An official communique issued
here stated: "The supply of
sophisticated weaponry (to Saudi
Arabia) will undermine peace in
the Middle East and create a
grave danger to the security of
the State of Israel."
IT ALSO noted that Saudi
Arabia is known for its strong
opposition to the Camp David
accords, to peace with Israel and
to the recognition of Israel. The
ommunique pointed out that
Saudi Arabia provides massive
rinancial aid to "terrorist
irganizations" and has-called for
a jihad (holy war) against Israel.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
refused to say whether Israel
would mobilize its friends in Con-
gress to prevent the arms sale.
He said: "We hope all our
American friends will take our
position into consideration ....
We will do all that we can as a
government to prevent the sale
from taking place."
The spokesman added that Is-
rael rejected American explana-
tions that conditions placed on
the sale of the AWACS reduce
the danger to Israel.
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Keynoter, Luncheon
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ISunday. May 3. and with
Isessions running through
I May 5.
] Linda Minkes, presi-
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ISchechter, national adviser
Ifor the Miami Region, will
Ideliver the keynote address
at an awards luncheon on
(Sunday.
Hadaah The Only Way
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lace, according to Thelma
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Dr. (ill Carl Alroy will be
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evening He will also appear at
formal discussion sessions
[throughout the conference.
SUNDAY LUNCHEON
I keynoter Mrs. Schechter, of
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Thelma Hankin
Protest A WACS
Israel's 33rd Anniversary
Celebration Here May 7
South Florida Jewry will combine its annual celebra-
tion of Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) with a
community wide protest rally against the proposed sale of
American AWACS planes to Saudi Arabia.
Announcement of the combined meeting, scheduled
for 7:45 p.m. Thursday, May 7, in the Miami Beach Con-
vention Center was made here this week by Harriet
Green, national vice president of the American Zionist
Federation, and Dr. Irving Lehrman, national vice presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of America.
The observance of the State of
Israel's 33rd anniversary of American Mizrachi Women.
Labor Zionist Alliance. ZOA,
B'nai Zion. or any Zionist youth
independence is sponsored by
th* American Zionist Federation
f South Florida in cooperation
"ith the Greater Miami Jewish
federation Tickets may be
*cured at the Convention Center
or from any of the member
wgjnuations of the AZF -
"adassah. Pioneer Women.
Minister Harry Hurwitz
group.
ISRAELS MINISTER of In
formation. Harry Hurwitz, will
fly to Miami to take part in the
Yom Ha'atzmaut observance. He
will hold a news conference at the
Convention Center immediately
prior to the celebration. He will
serve as the personal representa-
tive of both Ambassador
Ephraim Evron and Prime
Minister Begin at the rally.
Minister Hurwitz was director of
information in the Prime Minis-
ter's office prior to being named
as envoy to the United States.
The Yom Ha'atzmaut celebra-
tion, expected to attract several
thousand persons, will include
participation by the honor guard
of the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States of America and
the honor guard of the Depart-
ment of Florida.
The choir of the Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross Hebrew Academy
will present a musical tribute to
Continued on Page 2-B
At Miami Beach, Lily Meier Will
Receive Henrietta Szold Medallion
Third annual spring
conference of the Miami
Beach Region of Hadassah
opens here Sunday, May 3,
and will program important
events through the close of
the conference on Tuesday,
May 5. Site of the confer-
ence is the Miami Beach
Deavuille Hotel.
Jean Feinberg. region presi-
dent, said that the plenary is
scheduled for Sunday evening, 8
p.m. Keynote speaker will be
Rose (Mrs. Henry) Goldman, of
Jersey City. N.J., national
conference advisor.
\No apeaking will be Aaron D.
Rosenbaum. political analyst and
consultant.and Mrs. Marilyn K.
Smith, a member of the United
States delegation to the Confer-
ence on the Security and Cooper-
ation in Europe, which monitored
the Helsinki Human Rights
Accords.
LILLY MEIER will receive
the Henrietta Szold Medallion in
recognition of her "outstanding
contribution to the State of Israel
and world Jewry."
Marilyn Smith
Aaron Rosenbaum Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Goldman is a member of
the national board of Hadassah
and chairman of Zionist Affairs.
She was chairman of Hadassah's
first convention held in Israel in
1978 and her numerous national
portfolios include chairman of
press, radio and television, where
she initiated the Bible Study
Plan.
In her capacity as the first na-
tional Aliyah chairman, she pio-
neered the direction of the
program and served on the
Aliyah Resolution Committee of
the 1972 World Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem. She is a past na
tional vice president of Hadassah
and prior to her election to tht
national hoard, she held major
portfolios in the Northern New
Jersey Region of Hadassah.
She has made several visits tc
Israel, dating back to 1954, and
was a delegate to the 29th World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in
1978, when she was elected
Hadassah deputy to the Zionist
General Council of the World
Continued on Page 2-B ____
Promised Land of Opportunity
Business With Israel Seminar
Reubin O'D. Askew,
former U.S. Trade Rep-
resentative and Governor
of Florida, will be guest
luncheon speaker at the
Business Opportunities
with Israel Seminar, slated
for Thursday, May 14, at
the Sheraton River House
Hotel, Miami.
The Seminar, the first such
event on doing business with
Israel to be held in Florida, is
being sponsored by the America-
Israel Chamber of Commerce, the
Government of Israel Investment
Authority. the International
Center of Florida, the U.S. De-
partment of Commerce and the
University of Miami.
ALL ASPECTS of business
will be considered, including
trade, investment, joint venture
and research and development.
Participants include American
and Israeli representative of both
government and private
business.
The 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. agenda in-
cludes addresses by David Rot-
levy. Economic Minister of Israel
to the United States, and
Marshall J. Langer, attorney, in-
ternational tax expert. Program
moderator is Burton A. Landy, of
Paul, Landy, Beiley and Harper,
and president of the Internation-
al Center of Florida.
Following a showing of a film,
"Why in Israel," Dr. John Dyer,
professor in the School of Busi-
ness Administration at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will moderate a
two-part panel discussion on
"Business Opportunities with
Israel."
WELCOMING remarks to
participants will be offered at the
opening session by Moshe
Netanel. Israel's Vice Consul for
Economic Affairs; Gerald Engel,
chairman of the Board of
Trustees of the America-Israel
Chamber of Commerce of Flor-
ida: and Michael Brock, chief,
Bureau of Trade development,
Florida department of commerce.
Topics to be covered at the
seminar include a wide range of
interests including:
.The Advantages of Investing
in Israel;
Research and Development
Opportunities;
Trade With Israel (Import and
Export);
How to Profit from Licensing
and Joint Ventures in Israel;
How Israel Can Open Your
Business to New Export
Markets;
Translating New Technologies t
into Profitable Business in
Israel;
Opportunities open to Compa-
nies of All Sizes.
SEMINAR co-chairmen are
Joel Karp and Joseph Peiken,
who said that panelists will
include Grace Sheroin, insurance
officer, Europe-Middle East-
Africa, Overseas Private Invest-
ment Corporation (U.S. govern-
ment investment assistance);
Continued on Page 2-B
Federation Women's Division
Elects New Officers
Newly elected officers of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Women's Division will be in-
stalled at the Women's Division
Annual Installation Luncheon at
noon on Thursday, May 21 at the
Konover Hotel. Nancy Lipoff was
elected president of the Women's
Division on May 1 for the 1981-82
year.
Other executive officers elected
are Sandi Simon, vice president
of Campaign; Mikki Futemick,
vice president of Leadership
Development; and Dorothy Pod-
hurst, vice president of Commu-
nity Education. Gail Harris was
elected Secretary; Helene Berger,
Nominating Committee chair-
man; and Charlotte Held,
Parliamentarian.
Mrs. Lipoff has been actively
involved in Federation for many
years. Prior to her election as
president, she served as chairman
of the Pacesetter-Trustee
Committee and Nominating
Committee of the Women's
Division. She has been vice presi-
dent of the Women's Division
campaign and Community
Education departments. In ad-
dition she has served as Parlia-
mentarian of the Executive
Board and co-chairman of the
South Dade Board of the Wom-
en's Division.
Nancy Lipoff
Mrs. Lipoff has also been a
member of GMJF's Board of Di-
rectors and the National Wom-
en's Cabinet of the Council of
Jewish Federations. In 1975, she
was the recipient of GMJF's
President's Leadership Award.
The Installation Luncheon is
being held in conjunction with
the Women's Division Sixth
Annual Retreat for Board and
Committee members.
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Three Days of Sessions Here
Due to Entertain
At Miami Region Meet
Ira and Rita Shore will entertain at the closing lunch-
eon of the Miami Region of Hadassah third annual region-
al conference May 3 to 5 at the Konover Hotel. Both have
musical backgrounds dating from their childhood.
The entertainer duo met originally while they were
employed as teen-age performers in the Catskills in New
York State.
Ira obtained his musical training and teacher's certi-
fication at the University of Miami, while Rita prepared
for her career at Juilliard School of Music, as well as at the
University of Miami. She was soloist in the Temple Judea
choir and became the World's First Woman Cantor.
Currently, she holds the position of Cantor at Temple
Beth Breira. Ira teaches music both privately and at
Miami-Dade Community College South.
Minister Hurwitz Slated
Continued from Page 1-B
Zionist Organization. In June.
1980. Mrs. Goldman rep-esented
Hadassah at the meeting of the
Zionist General Council and the
Jewish Agency Assembly in
Jerusalem.
ROSENBAUM served as
national coordinator for the
Jewish community for the inde-
pendent presidential campaign of
Rep. John Anderson. From 1972
to 1980. Rosenbaum was director
of research of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
(AIPACI. the registered
domestic lobby of American
supporters of Israel.
Presently editing a third book
on the Middle Cast, he has
written and spoken extensively
throughout the United States on
behalf of AIPAC and Rep
.* nderson. He has addressed the
national convention of Hadassah
and numerous other organiza-
tions. He is a graduate of the
University of Michigan, where he
was named a James B. Angeli
Scholar for studies in Soviet and
Chinese political science and
history.
MRS. SMITH is an officer of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation Executive Committee, and
is a past president of the
Women's Division of Federation.
She is on the Board of Directors
of the United Way and is serving
on the Board and Executive
Committee of the National Jew-
ish Appeal. Women's Division.
She is a cabinet member of the
Women's Division of the Council
of Jewish Federations, and both
Anniversary Celebration May 7
Continued from Page 1-B
the State of Israel. Members of
the Miami Beach Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of
conductor Harriett Breeskin, will
play numbers honoring the
rebirth of the Jewish state.
The Lehrman Day School's
torch relay team will carry in the
flame of Israeli independence,
flown to Miami by El Al Israel
Airlines.
DR. LEHRMAN, former na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal Rabbinic Cabinet,
past national president of the
Synagogue Council of America
and chairman of the board of the
Israel Bonds Organization of
Greater Miami, will speak on be-
half of national Zionist leader-
ship.
Josh Rephun is president of
the AZF of South Florida, with
Green. chairman of the board
of the local American Zionist
Federation and president of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida, serving as coordinator of
the rally.
Gerald Schwartz, past presi-
dent of the South Florida AZF.
and a member of the national
board of directors of the Ameri
can Zionist Federation, is chair-
man of the event. He is regional
director fo the American Friends
of Haifa University.
At their joint news conference.
Mrs. Green and Rabbi Lehrman
stressed "the need for speaking
out with a united voice against
the sale of sophisticated arms to
Saudi Arabia. Military experts of
the United States. Israel and
most of the free world have been
unanimous in their conclusions
that Israel's security would be
seriously compromised by the
introduction of AW ACS planes
into Saudi hands
THEY SAID the rally would
go on "in spite of Sen. Howard
Baker's statement that the Ad-
ministration will delay request-
ing approval of the AWACS
planes until later in the year.
Delay is not enough Rejection is
required, and there is every
assurance that the Congress of
the United States will reject any
such sale if the protests con-
tinue."
Hurwitz. who made aliyah to
Israel from South Africa several
years ago. was one of the leaders
of the South African Jewish com
munity. Editor of the Jewish
Herald, he was a television and
radio commentator on interna-
tional affairs.
110
SPECIAL NOTICE
A champagne reception will be held at
7:90! P-m. for those attending the
premier of
"THE CHOSEN"
at the
Bay Harbor Theatre
on
Monday May 11
The film will start at 8:30 p.m.
Forfurture information
call 531-8329

she and her husband attended the
Brussels II Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Lilly Meier had in her
possession the only existing
photograph of the selection
process at Auschwitz, one of
Germany's most notorious death
camps. She donated this prize
possession u> the Yad V.,iJ
Memorial in Israe, "J
huge sums of money ft
private photograph* rhu S
possession of the album "I
The conference bean A
theme. "Henrietta Szold PmU
ted Our Destiny
Heart Listened."
nd thel
Miami Region Theme:
'Only Way to Go'
Continued from Page I-B
organization in the world.
In addition to her Hadas-
sah activities, Mrs. Schechter has
been involved in civic and
community affairs, and served on
a number of town and school
appointed committees. She is a
former president of the Harrison
League of Women Voters, and
served as secretary and executive
vice president of the Westchester
County. N.Y. League of Women
Voters. For ten years, she was a
member of the Advisory Com-
mittee for Adult Education for
her school district
MRS. SCHECHTER .- ,
native of Huntington. West Vl
She received the Bachelor of Am
degree from Randolph Miami
Woman's College in Lynchburg,'
Va.. from which she graduiucY
with honors and was elected to]
Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Gamma
Mu. honor scholastic societies
Mrs. Schechter's husbud.1
Kmanuel.is a former minutacL
turer. and the couple have oat I
Oil, a graduate of the Urovers*;!
of Wisconsin who is now in the|
public relations field
Business With Israel Seminar:
Promised Land of Opportunity
Continued from Page 1-B
Merrill Simon, vice president.
Vsaoo Instruments (case history-
technology). Shmuel Ben Tovim.
Track- Commissioner. Govern
ment of Israel (trade!; Avraham
Ashen, deputy director-general.
Israel Ministry of Industry.
Trade and Tourism (investment,
nMarch and development, tech-
notogy); Dr. William Heuson.
professor of finance. University
nf Miami School of Business Ad
ministration I international
finance)
Also David Whitten.
man.i k>t. International Steam
Power Systems. I^eeds and
rforthrup Company ipurchismtl
from Israeli Thomas G Travis.f
of Sandier and Travis, icusto
and tariff law); and Lewis Nil I
trade specialist, U S IVpartn
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\ Arnold and Muriel Rosen accepting The Wise Circle Com-
\memoration from Dr. Alfred Gottschalk (right), President of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, for their
contributions as valuable members of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Religion's Board of Overseers,
Cincinnati.
New Officers For Temple Ner Tamid
Presidents of local chapters attending the convention, include (standing, left to right), Ida
Beckerman. Shirley Steier, Hildreth Miller, Frances Gilman, Juliet Fleger, Lois Entin, Fay
leuebeL Ruth Wolmer; (sitting, left to right), Sarah Schwartz, Ethel Pashman, Sylvia Topfer,
Boots Heiss. Anne Baronafshy.
ORT Members at District Convention 'Jewish Worship Hour'
Fiftv deli-Kates from the
ISouthMstcrn Florida Region of
IWoOM'* American ORT will
it lend their fourth Biennial
iQgtnct V! Convention. May 18-
20 in Fort l.auderdale. They will
,in over 800 colleagues from the
n,-(. mul hern states representing
vomM m 185 chapters of
\ 1
Mrs Michael (Jean) Rose.
Region President stated. "The
fourth Bu-nnial Convention of
Mildred Falk
To Be Honored
At Luncheon
Miami Beach City Commis-
tioaer Mildred S Falk will be
honon-d Friday, May 1. at a 12
mmhi Iuim'heon at the Shelborne
lluul. lor her lifetime of service
lathe community.
Iim McDonnell, president of
IMcDonnell-Praia Ushering and
IStrurit) Serviea, is chairman of
ih. 1100-a-plata event which will
help fund Commissioner Falk s
Iranpaign for reelection in
(November.
Members of the committee for
Fridays luncheon include Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Abelow. Leon-
ard Frudland. Ira Giller, Allen
fioUbwg, Mr and Mrs. Ted
IKunov. Neisen O. Kasdin.
\nihony \oboa. Gerald Sch-
wartz. Harry Siegel. Molly B.
hum. Mr and Mrs. Irwin Stern,
I**) Tavlor and Leonard
ZlllHTt
iBeach Hebrew
Home Adds
New Staff
The Miami Beach Hebrew
"ome f,,r the Aged has announc
J the addition of two new
"nnbera to its professional sUff.
according to Executive Vice
'resident S.dney Siegel.
Don Horowitz has been named
Wwctor of Activites and Ms.
{" Auspuz. Director of Social
a*rvii'i-
M'ss Horowiu. of Tamarac.
* has a degree in Therapeutic
Ration from the University of
londa Prior ^ in ^
J*WW Home. Miss Horowiu
an intern with the Shands
I ^hmg Hoepiul. Gainesville.
Ms. Auspiu is a graduate of
wraamton University, New
bk Vnd Pt year in Colom
aJ i Amerca. interning in
H(W|n e9cent f,cu"ty tor the
Hehro ,Pnor to Joining the
"eorew Home steff.
| ^Hebrew Home for the
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^nue. Miami Beach, and is eel-
thJJng as 25th Anniversary
District VI will focus on the ORT
program. ORT's role in the
community, and ORT's role as a
mass membership organization
to meet the challenges that we
will face in the coming century."
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern of Jacob
C. Cohen Community Syna-
gogue. Miami Beach, will appear
on "The Jewish Worship Hour"
on Channel 10 on Sunday. May 3
at Ham.
' Newly elected officers and
Board of Trustees of Temple Ner
Tamid will be installed at a
breakfast Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in
the Sklar Auditorium of the
Temple.
The Installation ceremony will
include the officers of the
Congregation. Sisterhood and
Men s Club.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will
conduct the Installation cere-
money. Cantor Edward Klein will
offer the musical renditions.
Mr. Morry Nathanson.
Mr
Paul Novak. Mrs. Carlton Blake,
are the re-elected Presidents of
the Congregation. Men's Club
and Sisterhood.
Receiving special attention for
their efforts will be David M.
Caplan. Rabbi Leon Goldberger.
Louis Kaplowitz. Morry Nathan-
son and Norman Superstein.
David S. Meyer. Paul H. Press
and Murray G. Stein.
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friday.Mayl,,
Renee and Jay
Kreutzer
Dedicate Plaque
ToElsa
Kreutzer
Renee and Jay Kreutzer
TV- grandchildren of the late Elsa Kreutzer dedicated a 250
name memorial plaque to her memory at Passover Yiskor Serv-
ice) held this week at Beth Kodesh Congregation.
Ran Charlotte and Jay Ernst, participated in the unveiling
service. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Leon Segal officiated.
Elsa Kreutzer served Beth Kodesh for over 20 years as Corre-
sponding Secretary of the Congregation. President of the Sister-
hood, and head of the Kitchen Committee responsible for all
social and religious functions held at the Temple
Shortly after her passing. Beth Kodesh renamed its audito-
rium in her memory The Elsa Kreutzer Auditorium. A plaque in
her honor and memory was placed on the Honor Roll which
graces the Sanctuary. She is the only woman so honored in the
35 year history of the Congregation.
At Mount Sinai Medical Center's recent conference on aging at the Sheraton Hal Harbou
hospital leaders (from left) Arthur Pearlman, President; Alvin Goldberg, Executu t \'ice Prtti
dent; Edward Shapiro, Chairman of the Board; and Dr. Lester Russia, Honorary Chief ol
Orthopedics, flanked guest speaker Rep. Claude Pepper (center) who discussed some of tht
ways his committee on aging will fight for the rights of the elderly. Spectrum on Aging wax
sponsored by Mount Sinai Medical Center, Greater Miami Jewish H( me and Hospital for tht
Aged, Florida International University, University of Miami School of Medicine and tht
American Hospital Association.
Leon Kornfeld
Southern Bell
Promotes
Leon Kornfeld
lyeon Kornfeld. has been pro-
moted to Associate Supervisor in
Southern Bells North Miami
district office.
He joined Southern Bell in
1978 after he and his family
moved from Santiago, Chile. SA
to South Beach where Mr. Korn-
feld s father and mother have
lived for several years.
Mr. Kornfeld was born in
Paris, Prance and waa brought to
Chile while still an infant After
completion of formal education,
he lived in Santiago for several
years and eventually became tht
owner of a ratal luggagt
business.
Lefcourts Present
Holocaust Torah
A Holocaust Torah Scroll wa
presented to the David Congre
gation to be placed permanen'
in The Ark by Ms. Barbara L
court and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffr
Lefcourt. in honor of th
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidr \
Lefcourt.
"This sacred relic was saveo
from the Nazis in Czechoslovakia
and through the Lef court's gift
has been placed on permanent
loan at Beth David," Rabbi Sol
Landau said. "This particular
scroll came from the town of
Mlada Vozice and was written in
1890," be added.
The scroll waa presented and
dedicated during Passover
services.
Scholarship Luncheon
Mesivta Women will hold its
annual scholarship luncheon
honoring Mrs. Milton I Busy i
Simon, on Monday, May 4, at
12:30 p.m in the Harry N. Son
wartz Auditorium of Beth Israel
Congregation. Miami Beach.
Nathan Auerbach, president of the Miami Beach Community Singers is shown presenting <
$1,000 check to Judy Johanson for the health services Chupat Holim of Histradrut in Israel-
Shown left to right are Philip Katzen, Treasurer; Nathan Auerbach, President; Judy Johantoh,
Histradrut Secretary; Debby Raichlen, Secretary and Joseph Glat, 1st Vice President
Mothers Day Event*
The Harry H Cohen Post 723
and Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
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two celebrations for Mother's
day. On May 7, at 1:30 p.m. a
party will be held at the Hebrew
Home for the Aged, and on May
10 at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami
Beach Nursing Home. Refresh-
ments and entertainment will be
provided for the residents.
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Pioneer Women Meetings
Honor Mothers, Israel
Mebrations of Mothers Day
Td Israel Independence Day
Haaumaut) highlight up-
yni meetings of chapters and
of the Pioneer Women
hncil of South Florida in both
fc and Broward counties.
special Mother's Day
teheoV of the Golda Meir
In(er of Pioneer Women will
IhUi at the Montmartre Hotel.
T2 Beach, at noon. Sunday,
Jy3.
Lest speaker. Gisela Gutter
talk on the importance of
wring mothers and also will
(uss "Israel Her Progress
Lp 1948 Gutter is vice presi-
t of the South Florida Council
Pioneer Women and is a survi-
r of the Holocaust and was im-
wned in Nazi concentration
Khlomo (leva, an accordionist
Ifolk singer, who was born in
I State of Israel, will provide
i entertainment. He will also
lasinga-long.
According to Katherine Lipp-
_i. president, the public is
filed. Reservations may be
wed at the Pioneer Women
lour women of the Eilat Chap-
\ot Pioneer Woman will receiv
jhooot of being named "Moth
|of the Yeai." at the Monday.
\y 4 meeting ol Eilal to be held
\l o.ns. in the civic auditorium
hingtoo Savings and Loan
1334 Washington Ave.,
> Beach.
Irmidtnt Veda Grubet said.
i wish to bestow honors an
Uifct. lv lefreig.r,
yn Heitin and Goldie Ruben
i for theit devotion to Israel
the cause of Ptoaeea
7 Cruber, a recent
of the Israel Bond or-
Anization, will present the
jrards.
| The "Eilat Entertainers" will
so receive special kudos for
ir efforts in raising funds for
er Women's institutions in
_L Those being honored are
chairmen Eva Kaufman and
alvia Calis and their committee
Insisting of Faye Brucker, Rose
kibin. Helen Sassower, Toni
liU and Rose Harlam The
oup entertains at numerous
*ls during the winter season.
y will present a special
Jusical program saluting the
ate of Israel on her 33rd birth
y
I The meeting is free and open to
l public and refreshments will
e served.
The Beba Idelson chapter of
fioneer Women will hold their
tywl Independence Day cele-
ation on Wednesday. May 13
noon in the auditorium of
J'sshington Savings and Loar
Msn. H33 Normandy Dr..
Iiami Beach.
Frieda Lipp, humorist, will
>te poetry in English and Yid-
pn and present a program of
Jewish humor.
vThey will also have a Mother's
*y celebration and Anne Han-
i will be named "Mother of the
[' Mrs. Hankin is a life mem
of Pioneer Women and has
I many leadership positions in
'organization.
Jjefreshments will be served
Jd hosted by Sarah Kerbs and
"dred Frank.
Jrah Kaufman is president of
*t chapter.
A discussion of Israel on its
rooming birthday will take
p* al the noor Tuesday. May
E2JUb of the Hi Rise Takvah
I Per in the card room of Forte
['"ers. Miami Beach.
ihh!netU; Kantrowi^. president
ll* club, said a representative
, the Miami Beach Police
wment will speak about
Crime Watch.
Refreshments will be served,
the public is invited and there is
no charge.
All mothers will be honored at
the Mother's Day Luncheon of
the Club II chapter of Pioneer
Women on Sunday, May 10 at
noon at the Montmartre Hotel.
Miami Beach.
Michia Ginsberg and her
accompanist Feigela, members of
the Delta Players, will present a
musical program in honor of
Mothers Day and Yom Haat-
zmaut._______________________
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 11-Ml*
DiyIsion
IN RE ESTATE OF
FLORENCE BECKER
De easels'
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Florence Becker,
deceased. FUe Number Hi 34*5.
is pendUig In the Circuit Court
(or Dade County, Florid*.
Probate Division, the address
of which la 73 West Flakier
Street, Miami. Florida 33130
The names and addresses of
the personal represantaUvss
and the personal represent
taUve's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are
required to Hie with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
-nOC FIRST PUBLICATION
Or THIS NOTICE (II a*
hi against the esla U
111 any o*)eek>o by
IstM
Peal Buda of the A viva Chap-
ter of Pioneer Women, will be the
guest speaker.
Proceeds raised at the lunch-
eon will be sent to the Child
Rescue Fund in Israel.
Dora Cohen is president of the
club.
Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women and national vice presi-
dent of the American Zionist
Federation, will be the featured
speaker at the Mother's Day
Luncheon of the Kinneret
Chapter of Pioneer Women. The
affair will be held Sunday, May 3
at the Tarleton Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Green will discuss the re-
cord accomplishments of Pioneer
Women and its sister organiza-
tion in Israel. Na'amat.
Rita Adoff, president, will be
named. "Mother of the Year."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II -J811
CHvttlen 91, Wllllami, J.
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
GEORGE LANE
Deceased
notice or
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of George Lane.
deeseea. File NumWllWl.
t rested) pereoa.
waa maUs validity oe the wtU. the
H .-
AND OBJ EC
TONS NOT SO FILED WILL
FeresjkajRep
piiliadsttee
rreFrederte Drive
Gjreen Cove Springs. FL J
Attorney for Personal
Representative: ______
FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER.
Esq.
3041 N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33136
Telephone ISOBlMl-Mm
0OSM Mayl.R. lSSl
IN TNE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE lit* JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
Cats NO. el 7*45
NOTICE OF SUIT
(by PwMMatlea)
Gene E Landers.
also known as ____
GARLAND EUGENE
LANDERS
and
SARRAH LANDERS, his wife
PlainUff
MATHURIN AUTO REPAIR
INC.. a Florida corporation
TO
MATHURIN AUTO
REPAIR. INC
a Florida corporation
co Jean Andre Mathurln
President and Director
MO AtlanUc Avenue
Brooklyn. New York 11238
YOU ARE HEREBY re-
quired to nie your Answer or
written defenses. If any. In the
above proceeding with the
Clerk of this Court, and to serve
a copy thereof upon the
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address appears
hereon. on or before the 29 Day
ol May. 1981. the nature of this
proceeding being a suit for
foreclosure of mortgage
against the following described
property, to-wit
Lots 7. R. 9. and 10 In Block
74 of GOLF PARK. SECTION
No 2 according to the Plat
thereof as recorded In Plat
Book 23. Page of the Public
Records of Dade County
Florida, also known as a par
of Tract G, Block 74, GOLF
PARK. SECTION No^ 2
Revised, recorded In Plat Book
34 Page 36, of the Public
Record! of Dad. County.
Florida, together with all tools,
equlpmen and suppUes con-
tained therein
otherwise a default will be
entered against p**
relief prayed for In the Com
P WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Dade County. Florida on this 28
day of April. 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
as Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
S BLAIR ROBS. PA.
Attorney for PlalnUM
1497 N VV 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33126
1308)842 0722
OfSOf May 1. 8. 15. 22.1981
AD
WITHINTHREE MONTOBOF
THE FIRST FUH9JCAT10N
OF THIS NOTICE 11) all
IS) any objection by sn In-
terested person to whom noOce
was mailed Uiat challenges the
validity of the wUL the quail
ncaUona of Uw personal re pre
sentaUve. venue, or Jurts-
dlcUon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this NoUos has
begun on May 1.1981.
Personal RepresentaUve:
Peter Lane
3180 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago. Illinois 60667
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve:
HENRY M WAITZKIN
740-71st Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33141
Telephone (306)866-0363
0*803 May 1. 8. 19*1
Mr. Joel Gray, President of
Temple Menorah, announced
the theme of Rabbi
Abramowitz's 30th Anni-
versary Banquet to be: 30 is
for strength. The Rabbi's 30th
Anniversary Banquet will be
held on Saturday evening.
May 16 at the Carillon Hotel
Yassky Chapter
The Haim Yassky Chapter of
Hadassah will meet Wednesday,
May 6 at Byron Hall, Miami
Beach, celebrating the 33rd An-
niversary of State of Israel. A
film will be shown on Israel.
Spotlighted at the annual
election and installation Petite
Luncheon of Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood and Lehrman
Bay School PTA, are Dr. and
Mrs. Alan Land. Mrs. Land
i Vickie) coordinated the
fashion show that followed the
'installation of officers. The
Lands will be hosting a Wine
and Cheese Party at their
home on May 6, in honor of
the new officers of Temple
Emanu-El's Young Family
[League.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOFROFERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 91-44*4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ULISES VARONA
PeUt loner
and
MAYRAFIGUEROA
de VARONA
Respondent
TO:
Mayra Figueroa de Varona
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIED that an action for
DlssoluUon ol Marriage has
been fUed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on MILTON C GOODMAN,
attorney for PeUtloner, whose
address Is 19 West Flagler
Street. Mlai.ll. Florida 33130,
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 29. 1981: oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This noUce shall be published
once each week for four conse
cuUve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 28 day of April.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByN A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
MILTON C GOODMAN
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
19 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone 37*1886
gaaaj May 1.8. .*. "
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Fr'day. May i
Community Corner
The University of Miami School of Music recently held its
annual awards recital program in Gusman Concert Hall. Coral
Gables Campus.
Chuck Zink and pianist Gabriel* Montero join conductor
David Becker and the Florida Philharmonic in a musical hap-
pening for the family, a program of "Music of America". May 2,
at 2 p.m. in Gusman Cultural Center.
Miami Dade Community College will graduate a
collegewide total of 6.016 in commencement programs in May.
Medical Center. North and South campuses will hold ceremonies
on Sunday. May 3. and New World Center Campus, on
Saturday. M y9.
A comprehensive beginning and intermediate accredited
course for high school students and adults in Modern Conversa-
tional Hebrew will begin May 4 at South Miami Junior High
Community School.
The Jewish War Veterans Post 723 and Auxiliary of
Surfside and Bay Harbor continued its annual project to bring
free Passover food to the needy of South Beach.
An Israel Folk Dance Party Celebrating the State ofl
Israel's 33rd year of Independence will be held at the SurfsideJ
Community Center on Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
Sherry (Mrs. Jules) Littman, assistant to the president of
Jefferson National Bank at Sunny Isles, will speak to students
at North Miami Senior High School Thursday. May 7. on
"Personal Finance Related to Banking." Social studies students
will attend the event arranged by Margaret Loux, placement
specialist at North Miami High.
Barton S. Goldberg, president of Jefferson National Bank
of Miami Beach, has been elected a trustee of Mount Sinn.
Medical Center, announced by Arthur Pearbnan. president of
the hospital and medical research center. Mr. Goldberg, is also
president of Jefferson National Bank at Kendall and senior vice
president of Jefferson National Bank at Sunny Isles, and
remains as a director of Mount Sinai Medical Center Foun-
dation.
A free Braille class will be available at Lindsey Hopkins]
Educational Center beginning Saturday. May 9.
Sidney Siegel, age 85. with his partner, Joe Seidman. have
pledged to raise $10,000 for the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute-
Anne Bates Leach Eye Hospital. They have raised in excess of
$7,700 to date; they are terming this effort their "Mission of
Mercy". Joe Seidman is totally blind. Sidney Siegel has recently
lost the vision of his right eye. Both men are motivated by their
own misfortunes. In the past, Mr. Siegel had raised $100,000 for
leukemia research after the death of one of his sons. Mr. Siegel
and Mr. Seidman are Miami Beach residents.
President Reagan has proclaimed the week of May 10 as
"Small Business Week" for 1981. Actively participating are the
hundreds of score chapters, which is the counseling arm of the
U.S. Government Small Business Administration (SBAl
Hadar Chapter
Hadar Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will meet on
Thursday. May 7, at 12 noon at
Washington Savings & Loan
Assn. Auditorium, Kane Con-
course, Bal Harbour.
South Seas ORT
The South Seas Chapter of
ORT will hold its membership
meeting and election of officers
for 1981-82 on May 5 at 12 noon,
at Washington Savings Bank
Building. NE 167 St. and 6 Ave.
National Women's Organization seeking district
executive director with administrative, membership
and community capabilitias, plus expertise in capital
fund raising. Pleas* sand resume to P.O. Box 6132,
Hollywood, Florida 33021.
'Religious School teachers wanted. Excellent
salary. Contact Temple Israel of Miramar,
961-1700
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Federation
Gallery Shows
Israeli Artists.
An exhibit of acrylic paintings
by Miami resident Ayala Perl-
man is currently on display at the
Greater Miami Jewis*- Federa-
tion through May. I'he an-
nouncement was made by
Stanley Arkin. chairman of Fed-
eration's Art Committee.
The Federation gallery, located
on the second floor of the Federa-
tion building. 4200 Biscayne
Boulevard. Miami, is showing 17
of Perlman's original works
featuring Israeli themes.
A native of Israel. Ms. Perl-
man studied art in Tel Aviv and
continued her education in Miami
studying Fine Art at both Miami
I).idr Community College and
Barry College. Her paintings
have been shown in several gal-
leries in Boston and Los Angeles,
as well as Florida.
The exhibit is open to the
public during regular business
hours. Monday through Friday.
Israeli Artist In
Beach Concert
Actor-stager Yehoram Gaon
and songstress Geula Gill will
appear in concert Saturday. May
16 at the Miami Beach Theatre of
the Performing Arts, in celebra-
tion of Israel's 33rd Anniversary
Four time winner of Israel's
Grammy Award. 3-time winner of
the Harp of David Award," Is-
rael's answer to the Oscar for
Beet Actor the "King of Israel's
Kntertainment World."
Starring in the stage produc-
tion of Kazablan for 606 per
formances in Israel. Yehoram
was asked to re-create his stage
role in the film version. Other
films followed including "Opera
tion Thunderbolt (The Entebbe
Raid) "
International singing star from
Israel. Geula Gill, will share the
stage with Gaon
Ms. Gill has also won numer
ous awards including Best
Female Vocalist in the Rio De
Janeiro Song Festival. Her per-
formance on Broadway in the
"Grand Music Hall of Israel.'
earned Geula a Tony Award
nomination. Geula was also
appointed Israel's Official Good-
will Ambassador of Song, ap-
pearing in the Soviet Union on a
9-week cultural exchange tour.
Coopermans Host
Emanu-El Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cooper-
man have been named co-chair-
men of the semi-annual dinner
dance meeting of Temple Emanu-
El, scheduled for 6 p.m. Sunday,
May 3. in the Friedland Ballroom
of the Miami Beach congre-
gation.
Acceptance of Lorraine and
Sidney Cooperman was an-
nounced by Carol Greenberg,
president, and by Samuel N.
Friedland, chairman of the board
of Temple Emanu-El.
Cooperman, a vice president of
Temple Emanu-El, is former gen-
eral chairman of the New York
City Committee for State of Is-
rael Bonds and a national leader
of the Israel Bonds Organization
He is chairman of the Florida
committee for Boys Town in
Jerusalem. <
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Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU (right), of Temple Menorah and
member of the National Rabbinic Cabinet ofUJA was theguest
speaker at the UJA Dinner honoring Rabbi Saul Teplitz, past
president of the Synagogue Council of America and the Rab-
binical Assembly of America. Rabbi Abramowitz shown abon
presenting the rare archaeological artifact given to Rabbi Tep-
litz for his service to the United Jewish Appeal in Long Island
New York.
Yeshurun Sisterhood Installs Officenl
ln-i.ill.unm of Officers for
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sister
hood will take place at the Donor
Dinner to be held in the Temple
Social Hall >n Sunday. May 17.
\-.-.urning the post of President
(or the coming year will be Trudy
Lecfaner. She will head the Sister
hood work with the Congre-
gation. 11\ k organizations, and
Women League for Con-
servative Judaism, the parent
national organization with which
the Temple Adath Yeshurun
Sisterhood is affiliated. The
program for the installation wl
feature a skit presented bj
Sisterhood membera
In charge of the arrangement!I
is .Ian Levy, Donor Chairperson I
Other new officers inclwfc
Mania Kopehnan, Kundraism
Vice-President; Sandra Mosbv
\it/. Member hip \'uv-Prwi
dent Marilyn I..niiv Cultural
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May 1.1981
Bar/Bat
Mitzvahs
PAMELA HORLAND
Pamela, daughter of Mr. and
James Horland will be
,,,l to the Torah as Bat
Lvah on Kriday evening, May
ft Temple Menorah.
he celebrant is a seventh
j honor student at Nautilus
n"k)r High School.
\mong guests will be grand-
rents. Mr Ivar Blacker and
:. and Mrs Kphraim Horland.
DANNY COHEN
iannv David, son of Mr. and
, Ira Cohen will be called to
Torah as Bir Mitzvah on
.__v morning. May 2. at
mple Kmanu-El. Dr. Irving
hrman will officiate.
he celebrant is in the seventh
of I.( hrman Day School.
i b) top snow skier at
ien He plays football for the
-th Shore Optimists and
km baseball and basketball.
k|r and Mrs Ira Cohen will
tor their -on at a reception
(turday evening at Temple
tanu-KI I riedland Ballroom,
jcial guatta will include
andparent-. Mr. and Mrs.
pnn> ami Sophie Cohen, and
Rtt. Meredith.
JEFFREY COHN
Jeffrey David, son of Mrs.
|duh Searrist will be called to
Torah u Mar Mitzvah on
iturda> morning. May 2, at
mplt'Or Olnrn.
hi celebrant is a seventh
de student at W.R. Thomas
nior High School.
i reception will l>e held Friday
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at Temple Or Olom. Special
guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
M. Cohn. Mr. H. Geller. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Friedman.
SCOTT BONILLA
Scott Myers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Bonilla will be called
to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. May 2. at
Temple Beth Am.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade at Arvida Junior High, is
in the religious school class at
Beth Am. and is a member of the
New Generation singing group of
the Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonilla will
honor their son at a luncheon re-
ception at the Jamaica Inn of
Key Riscayne. Among guests will
be grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Bonilla and Mr. A. Julian, and
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rubin, and Mrs.
S. Hirschof New York.
JULIET GOLDMAN
Juliet, daughter of Dr. and
Mis Sherwin Goldman, will ob-
Mrva lu-r Hat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation on Friday
evening, May 1. Dr. Max Lip-
schitz will officiate.
The celebrant is in the seventh
grade of Highland Oaks Junior
High School and a member of the
Hay Class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
I)r and Mrs. Goldman will
ponaor the Oneg Shabbat
following services.
EDWARD KRUTCHIK
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Krutchik. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday morn-
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ing. May 2. Dr. Max Lipschitz
will officiate
The celebrant is a student of
the Hay class at Beth Torah
Congregation and is a seventh
grade student at Highland Oaks
Junior High School.
His family and friends will join
in the Kiddush following ser-
vices.
IAN BLUMBERG
Ian, son of Joan Rlumberg and
Harris Blumberg. will observe his
Rar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Torah Congregation on Saturday
morning. May 2. Dr. Max
Lipschitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a student in
the Dalet class of the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School.
His parents will sponsor the
Kiddush following the services.
Among guests will be his
maternal grandmother. Mrs.
Roselyn Gordon, his paternal
grandmother. Mrs. Esther
Rlumberg.
BRUCE GROSS
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Gross will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Sholom on Saturday, May 2.
Bruce is a student of the Con-
firmation Class of 5743.
STEPHEN LEVINE
Stephen B.. son of Dr. and
Mrs. Jay A. Levine, will observe
his Rar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Sholom on Saturday morning.
May 2. Stephen is a student of
Beth Sholom Confirmation Class
of 5743.
Mrs. Rose Zarin
Presents
Ambulance
Mrs Rose /.arm of Point Eas
Condominium. North Miam
Beach will present a fully
equipped ambulance to American
Bad Magen David for Israel on
Sunday. May 10. at 2 p.m. at the
Point East Club House in North
Miami Beach. Sam Levine, presi-
dent of the Point East Worship
Club will preside at the dedi-
cation ceremonies. The ambu-
lance will be dedicated in the
memory of Samuel Zarin, Mrs
/.arm's late husband. Parti-
ripating in the program will be
Rabbi Jacob Nislick, Abe
Robbin, Ernest Samuels, and
David Coleman, District Chair-
man, representing ARMDI.
B'nai Zion Singles
Sponsor Social Dance
B'nai Zion Singles. South Flor-
ida Chapter No. 147, is sponsor-
ing a gala social dance for its
members and friends.
On Saturday, May 2. at the
Hallandale Jewiah Center, 416
NE 8th Avenue, Hallandale at 9
p.m.
Proceeds go to the B'nai Zion
Home for the retarded children in
Israel.
OVERWEIGHT
GIRLS 17-21
GIRLS and BOYS
mu7I.7
a yOU WAHT TO LOST.
SOftSOUM.
Featured "Today" "30 kHoutee" the-*
acaea
OH
i"Ci.t a
Proaram KoWf oM eveilaM*
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repeals, n.*. UTS*, I
MNOPOHBWOCHUM
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^!r>* rn.imm Own-t Or Since '**
Synopis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Kedoshim
"Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgment, in meteyard,
in weight, or in measure. Just balances, just weights shall ye
have" (Lev. 19.35-36).
KEDOSHIM -Ye shall be holy; for I the Lord vour God am
holy. Ye shall fear every man his mother, and hia father, and ye
hall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols And
when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not wholly
reap the corner of thy field neither shalt thou gather the
fallen fruit of thy vineyard; thou shalt leave them for the poor
and the stranger ... Ye shall not steal; neither shall ye deal
falsely, nor lie one to another. And ye shall not swear by My
name falsely Thou shalt not oppress thy neighbor, nor rob
him; the wages of a hired servant shall not abide with thee all
night until morning. Thou shalt not curse the deal, nor put a
stumbling-block before the blind ... Ye shall do no unright-
eousness in judgment Thou shalt not go up and down as a
talebearer neither shalt thou stand idly by the blood of thy
neighbor. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" (Leviticus
19.2-181. "Ye shall be holy unto Me; for I the Lord am holy, and
have set you apart from the peoples, that ye should be Mine"
(U'viticus 20.26).
(Th* recounting of th* Weekly Portion o th* Law is extracted and **
upon "Th* Graphic History of th* Jewish Heritage,' ed.ted by P.f0";*?",
Tsamlr, *1J, published by Shengoid Th* velum* it availabt* at 7j M<.io*n
Lan*. H*w Yorfc, H.Y. 10031 Joseph Schlartf it president of me society
distributing th* volume.)


TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Garden* Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman
Cantor lan Alpem Conservative
Friday night aarvlce 8:15 p.m
'TEMM.EBETHAM Or. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 567 f37 Senior Rabbi
Stuart G. Welnblatt. Aaaoclate
Rabbi Morton Hoffman.
Aaaoclata Rabbi
Family worship ser. Fit, 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Weinbiatt will speak on
-Designer Jeans and other such
Torah Sex.. 9:15 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Llpson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone:854-3911 Dally Services
Morning & evening Coral Way:
Main Sanctuary Sat. morning 9
am South Dade Chapel 7500 S.W.
120 St Late Shabbat serv. Fit. 8
pjn.
BETHKOuESH
Modem Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave.
Rabbi Mm Shapiro 858-6334
Cantor Leon Segal
Roe* Berlin-Executive Secretary
Da lly Mlnyon for Yahrzeiten
Daiy 7:45 ajn. 7 pjn.
Saturday service* 8:45 a.m.
I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Ave. 6 41 at St. 538-7231
Dr. Leon Kronlah. Rabbi
Cantor David Convteer
Sat Service* 10:45 am
BETH TORAH 047 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1081 N. Miami Beech Blvd.
Dr.MMA.Upecnm.RabW
ZveaAronl
Frt. eta. Hay 1, Bat Mitzvah of
Juiet OoMman. Sat Morning, May
2, Bar Matzvah of Lan Blumberg
IKrtitenich.
SHAA#*ETELLAH OF, KENDALL
S4WSW1540rc*eCjrt#111
mi i aa a *** ** *
Msarns, rta. naooeni cjnrtooo
Rabbi Warren Kaazti
9:30 a.m.
Wed. 6 pjn.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF QflEATER MIAMI
4200 Blscayne Bootavard
Miami, Florida 33137
Pbone57&4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff
Executive Vice Preaident
concerning Greater Miami
Houaea of Worship
Phone: 578-4000
Rabbinical Association OfYtee
Candlelighting Time
7:34
27 Nisan
ynagogue
Listings
TEMPLE EMANU-EL1701 Weohangton
Avenue Conoervattvo 538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
2M Alder, Cantor
Late Fit eve. ear*. 8 p.m. Rabbi
Maxwell Berger wiM Preach Sat.
mom. eerv. 9 ajn. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will Preach at 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF Greater Miami
137 NE. 19th St., Miami, 573-5900
9090 N. Kendall Dr., 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S. Goldstein
Cantor Jacob G. Bomatain
AdmlnlstratorRaymond Chart
FrL. 8 p.m. Rabbi Goldstein will
discuss "Lest Wa Forget". Cantor
Bernstein will discuss 'Unrolling
tsa Torah."
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gable* 687-5667
Michael B. Elsenatat. Rabbi
Sabbath Serv, Frt. 8 p.m.
Oneg wW be held following ser
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St., Miami Beach 33141
Rebbi Mayer Abramowltz
Cantor Moehe Buryn
Friday service* at 8:15 pan.
Saturday eervioee at 9 a.m.
'rEljPLE SINAI _iaa01 NE 22 Ave
North Dwte't RaVtocm
Ralph P. Klrsaaley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Aaaoclate Rabbi
1 *W4nQ ShulkM, Ccntof
Barbara S. Ramaay. Admnietraior
! Sabbath eve eervica* 8:15 pan.
i Om pjn. Bret Friday of wBi)
I Sabbath morning service* 1030
S^ Morning, B'nai Mitzvah of Fran
Lort Morgan and Lane
TEMPLE ZION
6000 MHier Dr. 2712311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
i Dickaon, Cantor
- banyan Santos* Mon a Thuf*. 7 m Sabbath
En* Santos* B 15 pm SMbMh Stmcsi 9
m May 1. 8 is p.m.. Famay Insulation m-
. May 2. ftal Mittvah of Shan JO Hkt
He BaaMjaaaaj^aaMaaa Schooia AM
ldndsg*rt*n thru oonflrmetlon
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICAN
1110 NE 163nl SI N. Miami anon. R 33163
047aS4 Rabbi DtMd B SatUman. E*cutive
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
118 E. Ragle* St., Miami, Fla. 33161
379-4553. Rabbi Levrlah L. 800*9*
Director, Union of American
HetTrew Corsgreoatton._________^*_


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Friday, May

Public Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE 11TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO II JJtlFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE
THE MARRIAGE OF
DIANE FERNANDES
Petitioner Wife
mnd
ROSSITER FERNANDES
Respondent Husband
TO ROSSITER FER
NANDES
_ Avenlda Mlnas Gerals
778 Gov Valsdares
Mlnas Gerals. Brmatl
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action (or DIVORCE
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve s
copy of your written defenses
If any. to It >n DAVID I
SCHLOSBERG. Positioner 'a
attorney, whose address Is 3000
Blarayne Blvd Suite 511.
Miami. Florida 33137 on or
before May 8. 1M1. and file the
'original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Petitioner's attorney or Imme-
diately thereafter, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on April
7.1M1
RICHARD P BRINKLER.
Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By C.P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
73* April 10. 17.24.
May 1.1881
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OF
TMI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,IN
ARID POO DADO COUNTY
Case Neil -4*TFC
NOT ICE BY PUSLICATION
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OFSAARRIABR
IN RE Tle Marriage) Of
CHRISTINE C.
3RdayofMsiy.lMl.aai
will be entered against you
DATED thai 27 day of April.
1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
DANIEL. M. KEILs ESQUIRE
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
SIM WEST TH AVENUE
HI ALEAH. FLORIDA 13012
Telephone: 3M-3M-M0O-O1
MTM May 1.8, 15.22. 1B81
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADt COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number ii-ist
Division 31
IN RE ESTATE OF
KATHRYN ROSE
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-1
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Kalhryn Rose,
deceased. File Number81 1589.
Is pending In the Circuit Court1
for Dade County. Florida
Probate Division the address
of which Is 73 Flagler Street.!
Miami. Florida 33131 The1
personal representative of the
estate Is Joyce Bungeroth
whose address U 818 Norfolk
Road. Rydal. PA 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
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
slated If the claim Is contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated. If the claim la se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of Has
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All peeaone Interested In the
state to whom a copy of this ,
NoUee
MONTHS
DA-IE OF *
BARRED .
Dale of Me
DEMANDS.
**k
forever!
IN TNE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CAM Member: 11-4411 FC
IN RE:
PETITION OF DON L. CRAIG
and MAXTNE J CRAIG
NOTICE
TO Phillip Glaasman
Residence Unknown
You are notified thai the
above-named Petitioner* DON
I. CRAIG and MAX IN E J.
CRAIG. have filed a Petition In
the above-style Court tor the
adoption of the minor child
named In that petition and you
are commanded to serve a
copy of your written defense. If
any. on Howard N. Galbut.
Petitioner's attorney, whose
address la 3*3 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida. SUM. on or before
June 5. 1M1. and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Peti-
tioner's attorney or Imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a
default may be entered against '
you for the relief demanded In
the Petition
WITNESS my hand and On '
seal ef the Court at Miami
Florid*'Un* 3 day of April
1M1_______________
KICHAHB P BRINKER
Clerk I
CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT /
By: C. P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
08800 May 1.8. 16 22. 1M1
tier. May LI
AsPsraasaalBspsssanlaUve
of the Estate of
KATHRYN ROSE
Attorney for Personal
Representative ]
ABRAMS. ANTON. ROBS INS
RES NICK. SCHNEIDER A
MAGER. P.A
2021 Tyler Street
P O Box 850
Hollywood. FL MM
Telephone 321 5600 or MO-ateo
MStM Mayl.S. 1M1
NOTICE UNOBR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
given that the undersigned
desiring to encage In business
under the fictitious name
Martael Mails at 133 Madeira
Ave.. Coral Gables. Fla MUM
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Msrtsel Vego, Owner
03781 May 1.8. 16.22. 1*8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No.tl SJ47FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE .
IN RE The Marriage of
VALERIE COAKLEY.
and
ANTHONY ALVINCOAKLEY
Last known address of
TO Anthony AlvinCoakley
PO Box N 458.
Nassau. Bahamas.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thst sn action for Dlsso
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you arej
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
LAWRENCE M SHOOT.
ESQ. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 3000 Blscayne
Blvd.. No 315 Miami. Florida.
33137. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 8. 1M1.
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
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 7 day of April,
1381
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B> I' Copeland
As Or dubs Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
LAWRENCE M SHOOT. ESQ
3009 Biscsyne Blvd No 316
Miami. Florida 13137
Telephone (1061 6716010
03TM April 10. 17 24.
May 1. 1381
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
as successor In interest U
NOBLEMAN. INC desiring to
engage In business under the
fictitious names of STEVEN
SCOT'. ORCHESTRAS.
NOBLEMEN ORCHESTRAS.
STEVEN SCOTT MUSIC, and
STEVEN SCOTT EN
TERPRISES. at numer M34
Hollywood Blvd in the City of
Hollywood. Florida Intends to
register the ssld names with
U Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Daue Cuamty. Florida
Dated at Hollywood. Florida.
this 20th day of April. 1M1
MUSIC ASSOCIATES
OF FLORIDA. INC
BY STEVENJ CHASE
GEORGE J Bo I.TON
Attorney for Applicant
BOLTON A BOLTON. P.A.
2030 N E 163 Street
Suite 301
North Miami Beach. Florida
0F773 April 34.
May 1.8.15. 1SS1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TMI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE RLEVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF P LOR IDA. IM
AMD FOR DADR COUNTY
CWM Aclkasi Nex > l MU
AIT ION pod OISSOAUTKM*
OR 8AAERIAB41
TO^HlAmaOnrMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY'
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
GALAXY UNISEX HAIR
CUTTERS at 4681 N W 7 th
Street. Miami. Florida Intend
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
100 percent
ARMANDO PERDOMO
LAW OFFICES OF
AINSLEE R FERDIE
Attorney for Armando Per
domo
Suite 215. 717 Ponce de Leon
Blvd
Coral Gables. Florida 331M
(3061445 3657
April 24
Mayl.815.1Ml
N4JTD7IED that aja a*Bon
o serve a eopy of
r Mr Petrttooerl
' M MAT
ESQ.. llo N.E.I
NOTICE UNOBR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name C A Ml
Enterprises, at Miami. Florida
intends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Ronald Cutler. Owner
Ronald Cutler. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant I
0*787 May 1.8. 15. 33. 1M1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Acftsn Nell 44 FC
FAMILY CIVIL
DEPARTMENT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
FRANCTSCOHUGO
MARTURANO
Petitioner
and
MARIA ANTONIA MOCILAN
Respondent
TO
MARIA ANTONIA MOCILAN
Avenlda Belgrano ISM
2nd Floor B
Capital Federal
Buenos Aires Argentina
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 MELVIN J ASHER.
ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address U 1860 S.W 8th
Street. Miami. Florida 31116
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 33. 1M1: oth-
erwise s default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this M day of April.
1SA1.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C P Copeiand
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
08798 Mayl.S. 16. 23. 1M1
are reejutreello
your written de
ft) esa Msrtasj
whose addr
FRIEDMAN
143 Street. North Miami Beach'
Florida, and file the ortglnaJ
with the clerk of the above*
styled court on or before May
13. 1M1. otherwise a default,
will be entered against you for"
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORJDIAN
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 8th day of April]
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By K Seifned
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
RAY FRIEDMAN, ESQ
1180 N E 183 Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
Ph MB-8S25
Attorney for Petitioner
O*74" April 17.34;
May 1.8, 1MI
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case Ns.81 tea PC-3J
F AA4IL Y Dl V IS ION
IN RE Tl
VllUtBNKWM)'
IN YNE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FROBAYE DIVISION
File Number SI 1141
MvtSsBNtl
IN RE ESTATE OF
GABRIEL PERLMAN. ska
GABRIEL PERELMAN
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 NO
TIFIED that the ad-
ministration of the estate of
GABRIEL PERLMAN. aka
GABRIEL PERELMAN.
DECEASED. File Number 81-
1163. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE County.
Florida. Probate Division, the'
address of which la 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Fl.,
31130
The personal representative of
the estate of /'.BERT PERL I
MAN. whose address la 11036
S W 70th Avenue. Miami. Fl
33166
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
basts 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 la contin-
gent or unliquidated. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be staled II the claim Is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
The c
deliver
NTNEC.RCU.TCOO,,
DAOE COUNTY PLASMS.
PRORATE DIViimL1"*
FIN Number t,,^"
IN RE .3aTE"0?
^aaeMdP,'EWlNS
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS JUvta.
CLAIMS OR DEmmS
AGAINST THEES
isS^S
TODOUiu.wu ,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
voo are reOTifUU> Bask
marriage has seen Base?
srKS
LEVY ESQ.
DUa mi. EM N.E. MY
N MB Fl MMS on or
MAT M. MM. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court; otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
APRIL 18. 1M1
RICHARD P. BRINKER
byK Selfrted
As Deputy Clerk
03774 Aprll24
Mayl.S. 16.1M1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOFROFERTY)
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No II 5S* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The marriage of
SILVANA ENCINA.
Petitioner
and
PATRICIO ENCINA.
Respondent
TO PATRICIO ENCINA
Avenlda Ecuador 4080
Santiago. Chile. S. A
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
BENNETT D FULT2. PA.,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address la 818 S W 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, lliso.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 22. 1M1;
otherwise s 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 JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of April.
1M1 "
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L.C. Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
O*7*" Aprtl3;
May 1.8. 15. 1881
'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Dis-
count Drug at 6234 16 South
Dixie Highway. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Renbur Drugs. Inc
Martin L Roth
Attorney for
Renbur Drugs, inc.
03784 Msy 1. 8. 16. 23. 1M1
lOftheeourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT BO
FILED WOO. BE FOREVER
BARBED.
Date of the first publlcstlon
of this NoUce of Admlntstra
lion April 24. INI ALBERT
PERLMAN
Aa Personal Representative
of the Estate of
GABRIEL PERLMAN. aka
GABRIEL PERELMAN
deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESEN
TAT1VE:
Ranald M Friedman. Esquire
Suite 834. Ingraham Bldg
26 S E Second Avenue
Miami. Fla 33131
Telephone 1306)374-8137
03770 April 34.
Mayl.lMl
YOU ARE HFRF-nv
TIFIED that u^^
te.tlonofthee.U,e0r,ABt
"AM I I-EWlNsifT
g^B?j,^RMsri
Co'urt* XTVL^SS
Fr1 address of which n 73 "
Mler Street. Miami. non
The personal representing *
&,*,,rHA,M rum
SKI. whose addresi ., lm.
N E *-Ptae. SortMrJS
Beach. Florida
The name and addresi of u
personal reprerenUll,,,
attorney are srt form below
All persons having claims,
demands against the nut*in
required. WITHIN THRQ
OF "THE FIRST PUBLIC*
TION OF THIS NOTICE to01.
with the clerk of th* umi
court a written iut*mnt
any claim or demand Ui*yn,,
have Each claim must bia
writing and must Indlcat* in
basis for the claim, th* mat
and address of the creditor
his agent or attorney and th
amount claimed If th* claim 1
not yet due. the date whm t
will become due 1
stated If the claim Is coats
it or unliquidated 1st
nature of the uncertainty sss
be stated. If the claim u a>
cured, the security shall sts>
scribed The claimant Ml
deliver sufficient coots* a)3s
claim to the clerk toeaasNBB
clerk to mall 00* toey Mass)
represents live.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Marco Discount Drugs st 8234
38 South Dixie Highway.
Miami. Florida intends to
register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Renbur Drugs. Inc.
Martin L Roth
Attorney for
Renbur Drugs, Inc.
03783 May 1.8. 15. 22. 1881
NOTICE UNOBR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
Time Share Vacations at
number 17070 Collins Ave..
Suite 218. In the City of Miami
Beach. Florida. 33180 Intends to
register the aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, this 22 day of April. iB6l
Gabriel Shantzls
03T80 May 1.8. 15.33. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.T.,CE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Don s
Discount Drug at 8334-M South
Dixie Highway, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Renbur Drugs. Inc
Martin L. Roth
Attorney for
Renbur Drugs. Inc.
03786 Myl.8, 15.23.1381

IN THI CIRCUIT COURT ,
FOR
DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 88 J*SJ
DIVaeaRM
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARTHA COW IN
Deceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of MARTHA QOWIN
deceased File Number 80-3862.
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 addressee of
the personal representative'
and the personal represents
live 1 attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are re
Julred to file with this court.
'ITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (11 all
claims against the estate and
13) any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quail
flcations of the personal rep-
resentative, venue, or juris
diction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTION8 NOT SO FIIJCDl
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this NoUce has
begun on April 34.1881.
Personal Represser "stive:
Hyman P. Galbut. Esquire
8W Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida. S31SB
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT.
ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT* MENIN,
PA..
3W Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33133
Telephone 872-3100
s73 April 34;
Msy 1. lMl
ofdMseurt
DCMU8MI
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE fORSYES |
BARRED
Date of the first PMsUsarae I
of this Notice of AiiiaMatre I
Uon April 24. IM1 CH4IM |
PLEW1NSKI
As Personal rUpmsmUtln
of theErtaUof
ABRAHAM PLEWINSW
4,m>KNgrrt>rt wmbmm,
lEPRESENTATIVE
JENEK GLASSER __
IBRAMS. ANTON. ROBBM.
HESN1CK SCBNEIDER*
MAGER. P A
4)21 Tyler Street
Hollywood. Florida MOB
Telephone 321-5500
m72 AprllS
_________________Pay 1. iM
NOTICE UN0L*
FICTITIOUS MAMS LAW
NOTICE IS HERCBTI
GIVEN that the un desiring to engsge in Dunnes I
under the fictitious niwl
iG.C.V GENERAL CONTRAC-
TORS at 2810 S W !> Ourt.
Miami, r lonos intsncs I
register said name wlUi the I
Clerk of the Circuit Court si [
Dade County. Florida
CCV GENERAL
CONTRACTORS. WC
MARTIN ROTH
Attorney for Owner
1111 A Ins ley Building
Miami. FlondaMlll
0378S *P,rlJ"; 1
May 1.I.U .IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT CWTJ
TMESLSViRTHJUpIC1"
CIRCUIT OF LOlOA,m
AND FOR DAM COUNTY
Civil rMttMNMMBBj.
ACTION "OR DIliOtUT'0"
OF MARSIAM
IN RE The Marrlaieof
OSCAR ROLASWTORMS. |
Petitioner Husband.
MARIA ELENA TORRES
Respondent Wife
mVTMan. El*nTon*
T Reildwcelpnl.nd*n I
YOU ARE HEREB1 w
FIED that an action tor D
lutlon of Marnag' "^u
filed against you f** 7
required to serves copy*
written tNlenarsi**")^
ARTHUR H U^NJJrs"|J
for Petitioner *"HTH|
1515 NW 1J S,1. *Clf3
Miami. Florida SSlB rf
the original Start ts> *
th, above styled "JJ^b,,
before May 8 l*\jZ*,\
default will ^'""SiiesIR
you for the relief *"
IhecontpWnloriMM^gej
WITNESS m> nano ^
seal of -Id1 cou* ^^
Florida on this 1 '"richardhbrin^"
AsCle
Dede County
Flort*
BvVNOf**
AST"


.May I-1981
JewlstithrkUan
Page 9-B
ablic Notice
irMECmCUIT COURT OF
,tiJhtm judicial
CIRCUIT IN ANDPM
LaMCOUNTY.FLORIDA
D FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO H SS3SFC
IrF THE MARRIAGE OF
'itilKV JEANNE
>CAMONTK
petitioner
AJC1MO
BRACAMONTE
[SK OK I'KKRINE. a
Mas
EkkfljCorporatlOsl
IOTU?:BY PUBLICATION
"j v W1MO E.
UCAMi
JORGE (MiKROHEN
flRAFI URM
PERU
M tXIMO E.
UcAMON '"HJ'- Van-
Lima.
UtE HI KEBY NOT!
, Mir wntlen
.1. ti-.n for
t'ralusi ol Hank Account
BANK OF
I separate
nun. .- lUl the Clerk of
"above Court, and eerve a
upon Petitioner"*
mty, SAUL T VON
UrT and SAMUEL E.
|ITH. it'11 S I 'ixle Highway.
*tt9. Coral Gables. Florida
I. on or before the 15 day of
p. \m else in* I'etlttan tor
olution (i( Marriage will be
fcflaJCOflf''- asd
DATED April 9. IM1.
HOMED P HRINKER
K| c P OopabMi
Depul) Clerk
71 Meat I- laglerSt.
Miami. Fla33181
Ut Court .Seal)
April 17. 24.
May 1.8.1M1
notice under
Fictitious name law
i0t1ce is hereby
pN that the undersigned,
; to engage In business
rlhr U< litmus name York
na at 680 Iancoln Hd.
U Baa.b. Fla. 1M
i I* ragishM aatd name
|Wat dark of the Circuit
(Dede County. Florida.
I JOsEKIN A MARTINEZ
May 1.8. IS. 22. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
'ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MCE IS HEREBY
KN that the undersigned.
; to eni;.ige in business
r the fictitious name >*re-
iMefali Information Herr-
I at 11601 Hixayne Boule-
B. North Mi.imi. Ra 88181
to regtatar said name
the Clerk ol the Circuit
tof Dade County. Florida
| Diversified Brokerage
'a.-. Company.
I aElorida partnership
M IS. 22. 1H1
NOTICE UNDER
flCTITlOUSNAME LAW
MICE IS HEREBY
I i-r signed.
bsasssMi
name
r if R\ ICE at
Miami.
Hi 111*! intend* to
pter laid me *uh the
ol Hi.- (in nil Court of
it'uunu Florida
aid. mi.
April 17. 24;
May l.H. lt***i
NOTICE OF ACTION
^iiRuCTIVE SERVICE
tJ??PR0PERTV>
It: b. S,RCUITCOURTOF
l*.-o.E,ENJUD,CIAL
ECrU'I0F FLORIDA. IN
EL. D DADE COUNTY
/0R D|SSOLUTION
. OFMARRIAOE
THKMVKIUAUEOF
OMASj ANKa
|e>UUoner
,J BANKS
""Pondent
taZS?A BANKM
Lf*i Unknown!
y? HEREBY NOT1
t an action tor
Itta* -. *** has
Cas-Li'1"** YOU aad you
X*< a*'. Uany. to
s!fflE
mt Peutioaer. whoa*
! _b Bird Are.
;YV Fionas, us.
ft at to? S^*1"*1
&J*0? "tried court
- delault will Da
I'*!?* P fer UM
jj*552- U. fha oo.-
[** b. pub.
5J'to* wssk for lour
TJ*mi m fv
^LORroiAN
aS^my*Andaadaa
k Ja court at Miami
*i u* lOUi da/of
R^RO P HRINKER
I Afc7iClrcu11 Court
8J[K Selfrlad
la/lf'^puty cierk
tar*?.* Seal,
^LLWAUJOsI
"throve. Fla.SSlsa
'Petitioner
April 17.24.
ItfJl
| in the circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit in and for
dade county. florida
probate Division
File No II 311 i
IN RE Estate of
JACKH DEKRO.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
i 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 JACK H
DEKRO deceased, late of Dade
County. Florida. File Number
hi :cn Is pending In the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is 3rd Floor.
Dad* County Courthouse. 73
VS.-.t Flagler Street Miami.
Florida 33131) The personal
representative of this estate is
HETTY SUE DEKKO, whose
a.1.1 res., is 2801 N E lS3rd
direct. No S0. North Miami
H. ... h, Elorlda 33180 The
name and address of the attor -
ney for the personal represent-
ative 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 data when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim la contin-
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If th claim is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
jecUons they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the quali-
fications of the personal 're-
presentative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FlIJ-:i) WI1J. BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami. Florida on
this 24th day of April. 1981
LYNN W KROMHERG
Attorney for
Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JACK II DEKRO
Deceased
Flrt publication of this notice
df artiiiiiii-lraliun on the 1 day
.ii Mai 1881
! YN\ W KROMHERG.
Esquire
CM La Office ..i
FROMBERO UtoMHERG A
ROTH. P A
Suite M aou E Hallandale
Mearh HKil
Hallandale. Elorlda SSOOS
Telephone i3O8l40O70
Attorney For
Personal Representative
lOTIlb May 1.8.1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF F LOR IDA.IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artier. No 18 J533
Sllvar
BIJOUX TERNER. INC.
a corporation
and Plaintiff,
va
RAUL OONZALEE and
LOS CU N AITOS Corporation.
A Corporation. Oetondajrt
TO RAULQONXALXZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FUCD (hat an action (or dam
has been filed against you
Ml to serve a
and you are required
copy of your written
If any. to it on Myron B
man. Eaq attonaey car Pad
tioner. wtasaa address Is P.O.
Box 1111. N MB. FTa. 81180.
SSI 7222. and (Us the arkclnal
above
. clerk _
styled court on or bets re Hay
ST. 1881. otherwise a default
will be entered agaaast you tor
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall re published
lane each week tor flaw con
secutlv* weeks in THE JEW
I8HFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 22 day of April.
1883
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
i (Circuit Court Seal)
MYRON B BERMAN.esq.
P.O. Box 1118
North Miami. Beach.
Florida 33180
Attorney for Petitioner
08*82 May 1,8.15.22.1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. S1-SSV8 FC
family division
action for dissolution
Of marriage
INRE THE MARRIAGE OF
LORIS WILLIAMS
Petitioner Wife
and
l-EMI EL WILLIAMS
Respondent Husband
ID LEMUEL WILLIAMS
Grant's Town
N..-.sau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIEI) thai an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
bean filed against you and you
ire required to serve a copy of
rour written defenses, if any. to
it on HAI'.vf.y I) FRIED
M \\ attorney fur Petitioner.
* hose ...Mr. i la |20 Lincoln
Road Suite 179 Miami Beach.
Florida 88139 and file the
-> i^'iruii with the clark of the
above style.I ourt on or before
Mas 16, 19HI otherwise a
lefaull will lie entered against
you (or the relief demanded in
the complaint or petllon
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 10th day of
April, 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradahaw, Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
HARVEY D. FRIEDMAN
4 20 I .Incoln Rd Suite 379
Miami Heach. Fla 33139
.116 i 531 Ul
All..i ney for Petitioner
09752 April 17. 24;
JU
ScVi*
uta.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
Civil Action Na. SI-M9S FC
FAMILY DIVISION
INRE The Marriage Of:
CESAR A CORTES, a.k.a.
CESAR AUGUSTO
CORTES GOMEZ.
Petitioner,
and
MARIA M CORTES, a.k.a
MARIA MARGARITA
GUTIERREZ DE CORTES.
Prespondenl
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO MARIA M CORTES.
a.k.a.
MARIA MARGARITA
GUTIERRE/.DE CORTES
TRANSVERSAL 13 Abls
No l-'TTT
Hoi;ATA. Colombia
. Bui America i
YOU ARE HEREHY
NOTKIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
lia- been I lied and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenaes, if any. to it.
.mi CARLOS M MCNDEZ,
ESy attorney (or Petitioner.
whoa* addraaa is 2985 w. ith
Ucinie llialeah. Florida.
88018 and file the original with
the clerk of the styled court on
ui before May 15. 1981. other
wise a ilefault will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
eeCUtlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN. MIAMI
HEACH
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 13th day of
April. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER.
1 As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D WADE
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
CARLOS M MENDEZ. ESQ.
2985 W 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida. 88012
Itwine l0) 885 5378
Attorney for Pet Ittoner
OBTU April IT. M
i n th e' ei rcO it*co\j A &
THE flTLEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
OAOeCOUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 81 M
IN RE: aaatfTlaaj Of
,W1LK*UD ST LOUIS
Petitioner Husband
iCnP*"* AsniLSaTST
, ST. LOUDJ.
I ^TTototofaction
WcURatJXIJAFULsalSJE I
err. Lout?
SS^J&^LMjsr
feT LOUIS are hereby notified
to OJe tour answer to OUs
iPeUUon for DUaoluUon^ of
Marriage with the Clerk of Die
Court and mall a copy to
l-etlUoner'a Attorney DANIEL
.GALLUP. 2350 Salredo Street.
iCoral Gablea. Florida. 88184. on
r before May 18th. 1981 else
Petition will be taken as con-
Thls 10 day of April. 198L
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
Hv K SIEFRIED
Deputy Clerk
_____________>1->Y \.9.1sl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II J0I5
IN RE The Estate of
CARLC CARMICHAEL.SR ,
. Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATES.
Within three month* from the
time of the flret publication of
thl* notice you are required to
file with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which Is Dade County Court-
house. 73 Wet Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida, a written
statement of any claim or
demand you may have against
the estate of SHELLIE
MILLER Deceased
Each claim must be In writ-
inn and must indicate the basis
lor 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 staled If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be
described. The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the <
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date April 20, 1981.
A* Personal
. Representative
of the Estate of
, CARLC CARMICHAEL.SR.
Deceased
Harold A. Turtletaub, Esquire
9855 South Dixie Highway
Suite 807
Miami. Florida33158
Telephone: (SOS) 688-1882
First Published on:
May 1. 1981
09792 May 1.8,1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name A aA
Abetter Answering Service at
159 Madeira Coral Gables. Fla.
33134 Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Howard Gross.
President
SUNSHINE ANSWERING
SERVICE, Inc
159 Madeira
Coral Gablea, Fla. 33184
09794
May 1.8. 15.22, 1981
_!_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
MONICA FASHIONS IMPORT
AND EXPORT at number 1655
Orexel Ave., Suite 212. in the
City ot MIAMI BEACH. Flor
ida. 33139 intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court o( Dade
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Flor
ida, this 10day o( April, 1981.
CESAR F SOLARES
Antonio Vasano
Telephone (305) 674 0803
Attorney for Applicant
09744 April 17, 24.
May 1. 8. 1991
i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Noll 5898 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE: The marriage of
SIMON BLUCHER.
Petitioner Husband
and
USA BLUCHER.
Respondent-Wife
TO LISA BLUCHER
Albion Heights. Apt 28
Montego Bay, Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
F1ED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
HARVEY D FRIEDMAN. AT
TORNKY FOR Petitioner,
whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road. Suite 379. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 22. 1981; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID LAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 16 day of April.
1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradahaw Jr.
Aa Deputy Clerk
09771 April 24;
__________May 1. 8.18,1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the flctlUous name
I Michelle's Boutique, Inc d-b-a
ChantaJ Fashions at STU &
4 Ocean Drive. No. 1801 M. Hoi
lywood. Fla 18008 intends to
register amid name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Michelle* Boutique. Inc ,
100 percent Interest
Simon V
iWhaasne,
By
Gerald K SchwartaBhi
Attorney for Applicant
May*
April
.a.Tf.8
M;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. II 5441 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
N RE: The Marriage of
HARRY NEBENZAHL
Petitioner
and
PAULINE NEBENZAHL
Respondent
TO
PAULINE NEBENZAHL
Respondent
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
I.FIED that an action for
' issolutlon of Marriage has
iii-en filed against you and yuu
are required to serve a copy'of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on I. ROGER FELDMAN.
ESQ attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 801 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 83140. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above syled court on or before
May 15. 1981; otherwise a de-
. fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FIX1RIDI AN.
WITNESS my hand and
(he seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8th day of April.
1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I. C Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
i' "ii cult Court Seal I
I KIM ;KH FELDMAN
Esy. IRE
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Heach. Florida 33140
BOS-OMJ
Attorney for Petitioner
llttTiT April 17, 24.
May 1,1, 1981
NOTICE UNI
FICTITIOUS NAAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the uaaaratgned.
airing to engage to wuatnea*
under the fictitious aasne of
CARTER fLCCTSIC at
number 2880 So. DIXIE HY*T..
In the City of Miami. Florida.
Intends to register the said
name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court of Dada County.
Florida.
Dated at MIAMI. Florida,
thl* 14 day of APRIL. 1981
EVIDIOE SANCHEZ
PHI UP COOK
At.onMty for Applicant
924 Blscayne Blag.
Miami. Florida 33180
' 08773 April 24.
Ms* 1.8. 15. 19*1
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cat* No. 8I-S684 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
EDWARD R ROY, JR
Petitioner, Husband
and
ADA MEIRA ROY
Respondent, Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ADA MEIRA ROY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTffTED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage haa keen filed
agalnat you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, U any. to It on
FRANK W ZARBMBA. ES-
QUIRE. Petitioner"* Attorney,
whose addraaa to Sea Sunset
Drive. Miami. Florida3S178. on
>r before May 15. 1881. and file
the original with Use Clerk of
this Court eUhe r blsmaaaolc*
on Petitioner-* Attorney or
Immediately thereafter.
otherwise a default will ha
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the
Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
it thl* Court on April 19.1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
By: CLAflcTN D A BROWN
PatadyCtork
April IT. 24
Mayl.8. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HERE8Y
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Hyp-
notherapy A Counseling Cen-
ters at 996 NE 173rd Street.
N MB Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
RASHlSHAPIRO
09745 April 17, 24.
May L8. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO.61 5575 FC
IN RE The Marriage Of
lOROTHY C CARLSTROM.
Petitoner Wife
H IOO STEUERN AGAL.
Respondent-Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO HUGOSTEUERNAGAL
Residence Unknown
YOU HUGO STEUER
NAGAL are heregy notified t<
file your answer to this Petltlor
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
2355 Salsedo Street. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33134. on or
before May 15. 1981 else
Petition will be taken as con
fessed
This 10th day of April. 1981
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By AD WADE
upqhclerk
09748 April 17. 24
________Mayi.s, i9M
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 61 557? FC
IN RE The Marriage Of
NE1-SY MARTINEZ.
Petitioner Wife
vs.
JORGE MARTINEZ.
Respondent-Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JORGE MARTINEZ
Calle Colon 1609
Apt. 3 B
Sanlurce. Puerto Rico 00911
YOU JORGE MARTINEZ
are hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with
the Clerk of the Court and mall
a ropy to Petitioner'a Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2855
Salzedo Street. Coral Gables.
Florida. 33134. on or before
May 15. 1981 else Petition will
be taken as confessed
This lOdi day of April. 1981.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By AD WADE
Deputy Clerk
09754 April 17. 24
May 1. 8, 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action N0.81-S749 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
INRE: The marriage of
ROGELIOSUAREZ.
Petitioner,
and
ROSA HURTADO SUAREZ.
Respondent
TO ROSA HURTADO
SUAREZ
Respondent
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
11 led against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
v, iilten defenses. If any, to it on
I ROGER FELDMAN. ESy
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address 1* 801 Arthur Godfrey
Road, Miami Beach. Florida
XI Mi), and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 15 1981.
otherwlae a default will be
entered agalnat you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
Thl* notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 14 day of April.
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M J HartneU
Aa Deputy Cterfc
i Circuit Court Seal)
I ROGER FELDMAN. ESQ.
801 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 88140
Telephone: 1808) 84*1-8841
Attorney for PeUUoner
09754) April 17. 24.
May 1.8. 1981
IN THE Cl RCU IT COURT OF
THE CUEVCNTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
D AD E COU NT Y, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
NeJJl-SmFC
v enututCATioN
1NTT4JSMA-TTEROFTHX
OF
AMariOR
TO MARIO ORTA __
YtESIDENCE UNKNOWNf
YOU. MARIO ORTA, real
dence unknown, are required to
file your answer (o the petition
for adoption of a manor child
wilt, the Clerk ot the Above
Court and serve a copy thereof
upon petitioner'* attorney,
Mark R. Vogel, P_A P.O Box
1800. Miami. Florida SS143 on
or before May 16, 1981 or else a
default will be entered agalnat
you tor the relief demand, i in
the petition.
DATED: April IS. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: C.P. Copeland
Deputy Clerk
09761 April 17 24;
Mayi.s. i98i]


Page 10-B
+Jenlst> fhrkMar
Friday. M
oyi.n
Public Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADC COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CliiNolMNIFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re th* mvrun ol
AGIEDAC LEON
Petitioner Wife
v*
MARCELO LEON
R.-pondenl Husband
TO MARCELO LEON
Residence I'nknown
Yof MARCELO LEON
arc hereby notified to file your
answer lo mis Petition for
1 'isRhlution of Marrlafe with
the Clerk of the Court and mall
a copy to Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 2350
Salsedo Street. Coral Gables.
Florida. 33134 on or before
May 8. 1M1 else Petition will be
taken as confe*"d
This 7th da\ of Apjjll. 1M1
RICHARD*. RiffKIR
Clerk Circuit Court
ByK Selfried
Deputy Clerk
1*737
April 10.17. M.
May 1. 1M1
IN TMR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAt
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat* No 11 5071 FC
IN RE The Marriage of
NORMA REID.
Pelitioner-Wlfe.
and
<;ij-:nroyreid
Respondent Husband
TO MR GLENROYREID
"W Williams Street No.3
lamaica i'lains
Boston Mass 02130
NOTICE (IE IM BL1CATION
V Li that petition for Disso
M..rrujr has beet
filed against vou and you an
required to sore* a copy of your
Anawi r u I'leading; to said pe
'ItKHi on Detltlonor s attorney
iEORGE T RAMA.NI ESQ
711 His. avne Building. IB
Flagler Street. Miami
< 1 TO and file the Orlgv
:w: Inawor or Pleading in the
' iffi< of the Circuit Court
on or before 8 dav of
May ibni if you fa,| u, do so.
judgment by default will be
taken against you for tn relief
demanded is said petition
Done and ordered at Miami
Dade County Florida, tills i
day of April 1BH1
RICHARD!' BRISKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By M Encr
Deputy Clerk
T April 10.17. 34 '
_____________________ May 1. IBM I
NOTICI UNORR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
ATLAS ORNAMENTAL IRON
at 1733 N.W. 18th STREET.
MIAMI. rLA. S313B Intends to
rojdsRor amid name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
GERMAN VALDERRAMA \
717NW13CT.
MIAMI. FLA.
AMADORAVELO
3301 SW 24 TERR
MIAMI. FLA.
Representative for
Robert Rlcsrd
II April 18. 17.34.
May 1. 1M1
I N THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File Number II-3m
Division 13
IN HE ESTATE OF
MARYE BARCARO
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of lh
estate of MARY E. BARCARO
deceased. File Number 81 2088
Is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is Dade County Court-
house 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida 33130
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive s attorney are set forth ;
below
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court. I
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION (
OF THIS NOTICE (11 all'
claims against the estate and
121 any objection by an In
le rested person to who notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quail
flcattons of the personal rep-
resentative, venue, or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER)
BARRED
Publication of this Notice has1
begun on April 34.1M1
Personal Representative
Jerome ft Vincent
TOR Btltmore Boulevard I
Mlramar. Florida atflts
Attorney for Personal
Representative
CYPEN A NEVINS
Michael A Drtbln. Esq I
>2fi Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
0*777 April 34,
May l. 1*81'
I
- NOTICE OF ACTION
rOMSTRUCTIVI SE "VICE
IMOFROPRRTY)
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO I) 1*11 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAR* I ACE
IN RE The Marriage of
JACQUES PREVALUS.
Petitioner
and
ROBE PREVALUS
Respondent
TO ROSE PREVALUS
Egllse Baptise Dos Cltei
Del Mar. 13M
Port au Prince Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has boon
filed against you and you art
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
BENNETT D FULTZ. PA .
attorney for Petitioner whose
address la 813 8 W 13th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of th* above styled court on or
before May 8. 1881; otherwise s
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
one* each week for four conse-1
cuUve weeks in THE JEWISH'
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of April.
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dad*County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
_____ As Deputy Clark
0*733 April 10. 17. 24
Mayl.UJC)
IN THI CIRUCIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 81 S7U *C
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION.
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
John BOHUSLAV
I 'eti none r Husband.
and
V HKY BOHUSLAV.
Respondent W ife
TO Mrs Vicky Bohuslav
Santo Tonbio 131
San Isldro
Lima. Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for disso-.
lution of Marriage has boars
filed against you and you are]
required lo serve a copy of your)
written defenses, if any to it on
ARTHUR H LIPSON attorney)
for Petitioner whose address ti
1513 N.W 187 ST Suite 218.
Miami. Florida, and file >e
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May is. 1881. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and th
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this u day of April
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
As dork. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByCP Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
**80 April 17. 34.
_______________May 1. 8. Ujta.
' NOTIC* UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Barry D Schrelber. PA.
Attorney at Law. d.ba Barry
D Schrelber. at 14 N E 1st
Ave Suite 813. Alnsley Bldg .
Miami. Fla 33133 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Barry D Schrelbor
0*797 April 17. 34
__________________May 1. 8, 1*81
NOTICI UNDE*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name RJ'o
Beachwear A Bob Hutchlsson
Beachwear at 3443 Main High
way. Store 18. Miami. Fla
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt of Dado County. Florida
Richard J Shells
0*730 April 10. 17. 34 .
IN THI CIRCUIT COUR OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Csse No II S84SFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Adoption of
a minor child
By
RICHARD A LoBUONO
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CARYKOUR1
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has boon filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written ob jectlon. If any.
on BERNARD J. LEVY. ESQ. .
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 833 N E 187 St
N M B FL. 33183. on or before
May 33. 1*81 and file th*
original with the clerk of this
court otherwise a default will
be entered against you
DATED April 1ft. 1*81
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
0*7*4 April 34.
May 1.8. Is. 1*81
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT Of*
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.81-3173
FAMILY OIVISIONIN RE
The Marriage Of:
MERGE MARIE SLMON.
Petitioner Wife
and
ALFRED RICHARD SIMON.
Respondent-Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. ALFRED RICHARD
SIMON. RESPONDENT
HUSBAND. RESIDENCE
"NKNOWN. are hereby notl
fled to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For
Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you. upon WIFE s At-
torney. GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESQUIRE. 813 N W 13Ul
Avenue Miami. Florida 331M.
and file original with the Clerk
of the Court on or before May 8.
1881. otherwise th* Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 3rd day of April.
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
By N A Hewell
Deputy Clerk
0*737 April 10.17. 34.
_____________________Mav l. iKai
IRTeHCIIgUITCOUftT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FRORATE DIVISION
File Number 80 7408
Division 81
IN RE ESTATE OF
PAULBARTEL
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADM NISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of PAUL BARTEL.
deceased. File Number HO-7808.
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
Of which 1873 W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal rep
resenlalive's attorney are set
forth be iow
All interested persons are re
quired lo file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
Off THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
31 any objection by an in
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will the quail
flcattons of the personal rep-
resentative, venue, or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB
JEITIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on April 24. 1881
Personal Representative:
Fred Bartell
"778 SW 38th St
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Personal
Representative
FRANK W ZAREMBA
ESQUIRE
0801 Sunset Drive
Miami. Florida 33173
Telephone I30B I 984V39M
0*782 April 24.
May 1.1881
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DAD! COUNTY. FLORIDA
Css* No II 47IS FC 21
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
HENRY L HINES
Petitioner
and
MAZETTA HINES
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MAZETTA HINES
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. on B.J
LEVY. ESQ Attorney for Pe-
titioner. 833 N E 187 St .
N M B Fl 33182 on or before
May 23. 1881. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you
DATED APRIL 18.1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
byK Selined
As Deputy Clerk
08787 April 24.
May 1.8. 1ft. 1881
n
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA I
FAMILY DIVISION
CaitNe II ill 7 FC
IN RE The Marriage of
LUNETTE FRANCIS
Petltk wr Wife
and
GERALD FRANCIS.
RESPONDENT Husband
TO Mr Gerald Francis
4 Stewart Lan*
Belle Eau Road
Belmont Trinidad W.I.
r TICE OF PUBLICATION
iOU ARJC HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a Petition For
Dissolution Of Marriage has
boon filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioner s
attorney. GEORGE T RAMA-
NI. ESQ Suite 711. Blscayne
Building 18 Wast Flagler
Street. Miami Florida 33130
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk, on or
before 8 day of May. 1881 If
you fall to do so Judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In
said petition.
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dado County. Florida
this 3 day of April. 1M1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
Dad* County. Florida
By L.C Beds OS*
Deputy Clerk
0*738 April 10. 17.34.
_____________________May 1. 1881
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO SI-SI7* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th* Marriage of
SANDRA W HLGHES
BURROWS
Plaintiff
and
JOHN A BURROWS
Defendant
TO JOHN BURROWS
210* University Ave
Morgantown. West
Virginia
MM
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
wntten defenses. If any. to It on
RICHARD I KROOP attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
430 Lincoln Road Suite 813.
Miami Beach. Florida 3313*.
and file th* original with th*
cl*rk of th* above styled court
an or before May 8. 1881.
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall bo published
once each week for four conse
cutlve weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of April.
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Cour
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clark
KWITNEY. KROOP A
SCHEINBERG. P A
430 Lincoln Road.
Suite S12
Miami Beach Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
RICHARD I KROOP
08731 April 10. 17. 34.
-------NbtlCIUNoVR""'-
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CntNoll S811FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The marriage of
SUSAN C POTTS.
Petitioner Wife
vs
GLENW POTTR,
Respondent Husband
TO GLEN W POTTS
103 Bush Hill Drive
Wltumpka. Alabama380*2
YOU GLEN W POTTS are
hereby notified to file your
answer to this Petition tor Dis-
solution of Marriage with th*
Clerk of th* Court and mall a
copy lo Petitioner's Attorney
DANIEL GALLUP. 330ft SaUe-
do Street. Coral Gables. Flor
Ida. 33134. on or before May 33.
1*81 sis* Petition will be taken
as confessed.
This IS day of April. 1881.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Cl rfe
0*788 April 34.
May 1.8. It. 1881
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEnWthat the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Allied
Mortgate Investors at 12660
Blscayne Blvd North. Miami
Fla Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida ''
Allied Mortgage
Investors. Tnc
By: Alex Freldln. Pros
Howard Frelden, Esq
Attomsy for Applicant
O*72* April 10 17 24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name Mugs
and More, at Loehmann s
Plaza. Building B. 18817 Bis
csyne Blvd N Miami Beach.
Fla. 331H0 Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the
Clruclt Court of Dade County.!
Florida Florida Ceramics Inc
11Y Walt Wayne
President
0*743 April IT. 34; I
_ May 1.8.1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage In business under the
fictitious name Jargo Body
Shop, at 384 All Baba Avenue
Opn Locka. Florida intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Luis Torres. Owner
Richard Larln. Esq.
Attorney for Aplllcant
0*T&* April 17. 34.
May 1.8.1881
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE OIVISION
File Number I! 7784
Division (S3)
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROSE WELLS 1
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVINCl
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAIN8T THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER!
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE '
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that the administra ,
tk>n of th* estate of ROSE
WELLS deceased File
Number l 270* Is pending ln|
the Circuit Court for Dade]
County. Florida. Probatel
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami Florida
The personal representative of
the estate Is GRELLY BRIS
BON whose address is 18330.
Northwest 24th Avenue.,
Miami. Flood.
The name and address of the'
personal representative
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 r lalm or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, th* name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount t lalmed If the claim is
not yet due the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim is lontirv
gSJsM or unliquidated the
'iature ol the uncertainty shall
ba -t.ited If the claim is se
lured, the security shall be de
-. nbed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient optes of the
lalm to the clerk to enable the
I lerk to mail one ropy to earn
personal representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a ropy of this
Ntii e <>< Administration has
been mailed *rr required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
IHIS NOTICE to file any ob-
tectkms th*y may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the quail
flcattons at the personal re
presentatlve. or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date ol the nrst publication
of this Notice of Ad
ministration April 34. 1881
ARTHUR H LIPSON.Atty of
record
Estate of ROSE WELLS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL,
REPRESENTATIVE
ARTHUR H LIPSON
1616 N W 187 Street Suite 2 IS
Miami Florida 33188
Telephone 831 3O30
0*788 April 34.
May 1. 1881
NTH.C.-cu.tcoij-tI
*0S COUNTY e,.
"OSATEo^o0:;*,
nhe^v:,^
JEROMES,^,.
Deceased
s' 'Tice or
ADMINISTRATION
&. Tpgfi
^TANDT*CS
PERSONS INTTPreS?
AJD ESTATE "*
TOU \rp u,
NOTIFIED Xlnf, *
ministration .,f .k. '*
JEROME J ^ f*J*
deceased late f usdTc,
Florid. FU, So *1^-
Pendln. ln the o.riull cJ*
andForl.adee*nly V25
I robate Division tlw
of which n )nl Floor
t ounty Courthouse Tl
Flagierstre.,*^,^
NOTICI OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADI COUNTY
Civil Action No II 4881 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
PRESAMA VINCENT.
Petitioner Husband
and
ROSE MARIE SEIDE VIN
CENT
Respondent Wife
TO Rose Marie Seido Vincent
Anse-a Foleur. Haiti
Wast Indies
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for Disso
lution 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
LLOYD M ROUTMAN Esq
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is Suite 815. 1st State
Bank Bldg 7*00 NE Secoi
Avenue Miami Florida 331
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 33. 18*1.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In th* com-
plaint or petition
This notice snail bo published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami
Florida on this 30th day of;
April. 1881
RICHARD P BR'NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
By A D Wad*)
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
LLOYD M ROUTMAN Esq
Sulloau.
1st Slate Bank Bldg
7800 NE Second A vs
Miami. Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
0*778 April 34.
May 1.8. 18.1881
The personal repms.
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April. 1*1
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FAMILY DIVIHOR
NOTICE BY PU8LICATI
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JOANNE SI THERLaXD
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JOSEPHC SITHEBLA.W.
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Stay. May 1.19H
* Jen i it ncrxmn
Post To Install Officers
Norman Bruce Brown Post.174
-ly, War Veterans w hold its
L,h Installation on Thursday
knnl W at 8 p.m. in the Israelite
PLer Officers to be installed
nclude Alexander Greenwald.
tommander. Senior Vice Com-
nder Uonard 8. Davis. Junior
Lice Commander Robert Toltz
L-L. Advocate Hy Morris.
kdiutant Manny Effron Quar
Crmaster Kdwin L. Feibelman.
ifflear of the Day. Louis Aronoff.
Trustees Obbie Rosenthal.
mlifl Fishman. Edward M.
Brenner.
Post ffl is tne oldest Jewish
War Veterans Post in the State of
' Florida and this will be their 44th
Installation. The installing team
will be National Committeeman
Michael Schechter JWV and Dr
Robert E. Picard Second Junior
Vioa Commander of the Depart-
ment of Florida.
The Department of Florida
Color Guard will also assist
headed by Colonel Norman T.
Levine. This is the seventh time
Alexander Greenwald will be
sworn in as the Commander of
Post 174. Commander Greenwald
is also the Commander of the
Dade County Council JWV.
Pioneer of Women
Bessie B. Geltner
ORT Region Honor Roll Luncheon
Southeastern Florid. Region of for the Sut* of Florida; and Ann
/omen s American ORT is che-
ating iw Second Century of
vice and Achievement." with
Honor Roll Luncheon and
st4lltion at the Sheraton Bal
rtirbour Hotel on Sunday. May
j.at 11 am. Over 1.200 members
Lj [he Region who have achieved
lonor Roll status will be
onored. and the highest achiever
each chapter will achieve
I recognition.
Dale Flam, chairperson, has
unced that candy sodas and
cream cone centerpieces and
orations with do-it-yourself
ert sundaes, will carry out
theme. Kntertainment for the
iv will be a fashion show.
Honored guests include Milton
Hector, Director of Men*s ORT
nAkica Youth
The i !nl anniversary of thees-
iblishmt-nt of the State of Israel
Ih- celebrated at a special
rommunity Israel Independence
Day program sponsored by the
Bnei Akiva Youth organization
km Wednesday. May 6. at 8 p.m..
pi the llillel Community Day
Unol in \nrth Dade.
Sponsors of the program in-
Speroni, past Region President
and present District VI chair-
person for the ORT Bramson
School in New York. Mrs.
Speroni will be the installing
officer for Region officers, while
presidents of the 33 chapters will
be installed by Region President,
Jean Rose.
To be installed as Region
officers are President. Jean Rose:
Executive Committee Chairman.
Lois Entin; Vice Presidents, Dale
Flam. Stephanie Hirsch, Hilda
Katz. Mickey Matlin. Evelyn
Meltzer, Syd Sablosky, Pauline
Sher. Mimi Weiner; Correspond-
ing Secretary, Gladys Benes:
Financial Secretary. Syd Pollard;
Treasurer, Bea Shultz;
Parlimentarian. past Region
President Ann Speroni.
Celebrate Birthday
elude Mr and Mrs. Moshe
Rahouri. Dr. and Mrs. Norman
Bloom. Dr. and Mrs. Martin
Brody. Dr and Mrs Joel Dennis.
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Freiman.
Dm Michael and Connie Gold-
stein. Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Gross,
Dr. and Mrs Murray Kane, the
Hon. Barry and Mrs. Cchreiber.
and Mr and Mrs. Morton Zemel.
\South JCC Adult Education Classes
Registration is now underway
Jit the South Dade Jewish Com-
|nunit\ Center for the spring
ioi-semester of adult education
kuraea Classes lasting from four
Itii lii mm k- will ba offered in the
: ( creative arts, personal
enrichment, culinary art. and
thymc.i | education. All courses
begin the week of May 4 except in
health and physical education.
which began the week of April 27.
The spring schedule also fea-
turt-s a series of special work-
shops on the subjects of human
sexuality Jewish parenting, and
rape awareness
Levitt -1 Fe
IEVITT IW EINSTEIN
memorial chapels
KXIVWVOOO 'W <**"&*<>* *od 9?' '200
NO'HMi*UI>l|]i> D.x". SSMS'S
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HAMY COtOON
1903-1944
0U* T*uU
THAT THE GOODNESS AND KINDNESS IN
EMANUEL GORDON AND HARRY GORDON
VYHICH HAS COMFOTTED THOSE IN NEED IN
THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN
WITH US._____________________~-
""' Me Wouli**
GORDON FUNERAL HOMEr
710 S. W. 12 Ave.. Miami
-. Phone 858-5566
Bessie B. Geltner. 87. passed
away April 27. A resident for the
past 47 years, formerly of
Chicago. She was a member of
the Israelite Center, the Mizrachi
Women. Founder of Chesed Shei
Kmes and the Jewish Home for
the Aged, a member of the Board
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Assoc., Hebrew Free
FRIEDMAN
Nmthan (Nat). 63. of N. Miami Beach.
passed away April 22. Surviving are hit
wife Ulorls; daughters. Judith. Mra.
Ronald (Dale) Kaiser of N. Miami
Beach, brother. David; sisters. Bertha
Popowsky and Kay Singer of N. Miami
Beach, and eight grandchildren. Serv-
ices were held April 24.
GOLDBERG
Sidney S 7, Miami Beach, passed
away April 22. Surviving are his wife,
Frances, daughters. Bryna Chusvd of
N. Miami Beach. Andl Sari Goldberg of
Miami Beach, brother, Philip of
Margate, Sister, Beatrice Martin of
Washington. Services were held April 24
at Levltt-Welnsteln, with Interment In
Mt Slnal Cemetery
WOLFF
Bertha. 82. Miami, passed away on
April 22. Surviving are her children.
Capt David Wolff. F Louis Wolff. Rose
Grund. and seven grandchildren.
BIOFF
Hyman. 87. N. Miami Beach, passed
away April 24. A resident of 16 years,
formerly of Chicago. Surviving are his
wife. Frances, children, and grand-
children Services were held April 27 at
Riverside Chapel.
GOLDMAN
Sam. 64. Miami, passed away AprU 28.
Surviving are his wife. Esther; son.
Hugh Goldman of Las Vegas, daugh-
ters, Yolande and Sandra Goldman,
both of Miami, brother. Flic Goldman
of N Miami, sister. Esther Goldberg of
Belgium Services were held April 27 at
Gordon Funeral Home with interment
at Mt Sinai Cemetery
BAUMANN
Ida. 66. Miami, passed away April 28 A
resident for 34 years, formerly of
Brooklyn She was the wife of Harry;
mother of Teddl i Harvey i Bauman. the
late Carl Baumann and the late Rita
Shulman. grandmother of 8. and great-
grandmother of two Services were held
(mil 27 at Gordon Funeral Home with
Interment In Star of David Memorial
Part
DUBERSTEIN
Kle. U6, Miami Beach, passed away
April 24 Surviving are his daughters.
Rebecca Levine of N Miami. Ida
Liiiilaii of Hialeah Gardens, three
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren Services were held April
27 at Riverside with Interment at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery
GOLDWYN
M..ilin M. 7fi. Miami Beach, passed
IWll April 26 Surviving are his wife.
Goldle. daughter. Phyllis, son. Dr.
Robert, and three grandchildren Serv-
ices were held April 27 at Newman
Funeral Home
ABRAMS
Lin Miami Beach, passed away April
23 Surviving are his wife, Hannah and
many nieces and nephews Services
Wtjrt held April 24 with arrangements
by Riverside.
CITY MEMORIAL AND
MONUMENT, Inc.
7610 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami Florida 33138
EVELYN or
BERNARDSARASOHN
OFFICE 759-1669
RES 271-4430
Loan and Norman Bruce Brown
Post 174 JWV Auxiliary.
She was the mother of Bernard
of Rolling Meadows, Illinois,
Herbert of Cincinnati, and Barry
and Sara Mae Geltner of Miami;
brother, Leonard Bass and sister,
Adele Bernstein, both of Chicago.
Services were held April 29 at
Gordon Funeral Home with
interment in Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
EHRLICH
Nat. 80. Hollywood A resident for 48
years, formerly of Cleveland, Ohio. Sur-
viving are his wife, Rae Regina and
many nieces and nephews. Services
were held April 24 at Riverside Chapel,
with Interment at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
BESKIND
Clara B.. 68, Hollywood, passed away
April 20. A resident of 26 years, for
merly of Lakewood. N.J. Surviving are
her husband. Theodore J.; daughter,
Mrs. Sandl Lewis of Miami, son, Jay P
i Dianal of Portland. Oregon; four
grandchildren; sisters. Julia Jacobs of
N. Miami. Miriam Alletcher of
Hallandale; and Gertrude Kartxmer of
N. Miami Beach. Services were held
April 22 at Riverside.
LIDEN
Clara F.. N Miami Beach, passed away
April 20. A resident of IB years, for-
merly of Daytona Beach. Surviving are
her brother. Louis Roth, and several
nieces and nephews. Services were held
April 22 at Riverside Chapel.
RAYMAN
Morey. 90. Miami Beach, passed away
April 22. A resident for 32 years, for-
merly of Chicago Surviving are his
wife. Nellie; daughters. Jamie (Robert)
Falne; Sharon I Stuart I Elliot and Ann
Rayman. sisters, Evelyn Brodsky,
Sylvia Satin, and four grandchildren
Services were held April 24 at Gordon
Funeral Home
HEIDE
Gertrude. 82. Coral Gables, passed
away April 27 A resident for 38 years,
formerly of Havana. Cuba. Surviving
are her daughter, Eva i Sidney I Berman
of Coral Gables, and two grandchildren
Services were held April 29 at Gordon
Funeral Home, with Interment In Mt
Nebo Cemetery.
Obituaries
FISCHER. Lasslo. 66. Mlramar. April
26. Riverside. .
KKTCHEL. Elfreda. 82. Miami Beach.
April 26 Riverside. ___
TAUDER. William C .82. Miami Beach.
April 28 Riverside
WEINBERGER. Jean. 68. LauderhUl.
April 28 Riverside
ZUSMAN. Joseph. 72. Miami. April 24.
Riverside. ., _
SCHIFF. Phillip. 78. Miami. April 22
Riverside Star of David Cemetery
fX>RNFIELD. Harry, 84. Hollywood
AprU 24 Levltt-Welnsteln Mt Slnal
Cemetery. _
FINS. Alberto M.. 63. Miami Beach,
April 24. Riverside. Mt. Slnal
Cemetery. ,
GOODMAN. Patricia.. Long Island.
N Y
MESTEL. Mrs. Minnie. 83, N Miami
Beach. AprU 24. Riverside
RABINOVICH. Jose. 77. Miami Beach.
Rubin Chapel
SAI.L. Harry. 72. N. Miami Beach. AprtI
24. Riverside.
STEIN, Fannie. 70. LauderhUl. April 24.
Levltt-Welnsteln.
ZAHLER. Emanuel. Jew Jersey.
BERKMAN, Albert. 81. N. Miami
Beach. April 26 Riverside
BERNSTEIN, MoUIe.
'HA IKK N. Freda. Riverside
DUBOW. JackS Miami Beach.
LUSTIG. Morris, 72. Hallandale.
Gordon Funeral Home.
PITLUK. Anna. Miami Beach
RICHMAN. Simon. 70. Hallandale
Gordon Funeral Home.
SIEGEL. Bessie. Montreal.
SIMSON, Irving. 6. N. Miami Beach
Riverside Star of David Cemetery.
STROM, Ada. New York.
WEINER. Esther. 8*. N Miami Beach.
Gordon Funeral Home.
LEEMAN. Rose S., Miami Beach.
Riverside.
PEPPER. Arthur A., 67, Tamarac.
April 21 Riverside
GILBERT. Jordan Jack. 30. April 21.
GREENBERG. Sherwln Martin. 30. N.
Miami. April 21 Levltt-Welnsteln
LEVY. Rosa, 83. Miami Beach. April 21.
Rubin Chapel.
ROSEN. George M M.D 66. Plan-
i i.ilion. April 22. Riverside.
STROUSBERG, Robert Matthew. April
21. Riverside.
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140 SVV 57h Avenue
Phone 766-2888
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away from home.
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Dade County
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Broward County
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in Eastern Europe used
this Tzedakah* box to
collect monies from their
fellow Jews to help
the distressed, orphans
and widows, and the poor.
TODAY, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
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Supplement to the Jewish Floridum. Section C. May 1.1981



Contents
Pacesetter Ball Page 3
Ma Bell Blitz'81 Page 6
Women's Division
Retreat Page 7

JCC Camp Program Page 8
Community
High School
Lifeline
Page 11
Page 12
When You Made Your Pledge
To The 1981 Campaign
You Intended That Every
Dollar Would Be Used
For The Jewish People
Here's How To Make Sure
This Will Happenl
If You Delay In Paying Your
Pledge, The Benefit You Will
Provide To The Jewish Community
Decrease Because Of Inflation
For Example... If Your Pledge Is
$500 And You Paid It In:
January
April
October
$500
$475
Actiiaivatueof
TOUT PW096M
December Actual value Of YourPlecfgei* ******
(Based on a 15% annual inflation rate)
This material was prepared for
The Jewish Floridian supplement
May 1.1981 by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
President
Harry A. (Hap) Lew
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations committee
Eli Timoner
GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH! PAY YOUR PLEDGE NW
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fl. 33137


Pacesetter Ball
May 9
3-C
H 9 will Ih? an evening to remember
kgt's the data of the Greater Miami Jewish
federation's annual gala The Pacesetter
,all at the Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel.
Ijghlight ing the evening's festivities will be a
onccrt bj Marvin Hamlisch. multi-talented
iir,| winning musician, conductor, corn-
er, and the presentation of the new
icesetter .ludaica Sculptures, created ex-
]\ tor GMJF Pacesetters by architect
(d artist Kenneth Treister. Elie Wiesel. one
[world Judaiam'i most eloquent spokesmen,
HI present the awards.
Hamlisch. the recipient of numerous
eademy, Tony and Grammy awards, is the
mposer of the music from "A Chorus Line."
hi Sling." and "The Way We Were," as
I is many contemporary songs. His latest
Hts include the music for "They're Playing
r Song." a collaborative work with
vwright Neil Simon, and the music
ptation for the motion picture "Ordinary
)|)li'
Recently Hamlisch has appeared as guest
krtist with the Los Angeles Symphony, the
Cleveland Orchestra, and the Royal
Philharmonic Orchestra in London.
Prominent designer David Harrison and
ne Pace setter Ball Committee, composed of
(Villa Abramson. Irma Braman, Paula
piedland. Ma rev Lefton. Davida Levy and
Mothy Podhurst. are creating the decor for
evening, honoring the Pacesetters, those
h<> have contributed $10,000 or more to
MJF's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
pnergency Fund.
The Pacesetter Judaica Sculptures will be
branded for the first time to 1981 Pacesetters
'in appreciation for their leadership and sense
responsibility for their fellow Jews." ac-
wdinj: to Norman Braman. general cam-
ion chairman of the 1981 CJA-IEF.
The sculptures will be presented by Elie
rfesel. internationally recognized author,
cholar chronicler of the Holocaust and
lUtanding modern spokeman for the Jewish
Dple In his latest novel. 'The Testament"
^ thoughts, the past and the future are
kvektped in the present and in his vision
Martin Hamlisch
Elie Wiesel
there is no room for despair, only hope.
The great personages commemorated in
the Pacesetter Judaica Sculptures are those
whose contributions have been instrumental
in the development and growth of Jewish
theology and thought, and the creation of the
State of Israel. 'The Pacesetters," explains
GMJF President Harry (Hap) Levy, "are
those leaders of our community who have
matched their private achievements with
their sense of responsibility for their fellow
Jews. Their individual success is paralleled by
their generosity of spirit."
Abraham, "Patriarch of a People," the
first of five in the series of the Great Minds of
Biblical Tradition collection of bronze
medallions, will be presented to those men
who have made a Pacesetter gift to the 1981
CJA-IEF campaign ranging from $10,000
$24,999. Women Pacesetters in this category
will receive Sara. "Matriarch for the Ages."
the first in a series of five bronze medallions
known as the Great Women of Jewish
History. Each first time recipient will be
presented with the medallion in a specially
designed case, which will house the entire
series The Pacesetter $10,000 $24,999
Division is chaired by Joel Levy. Steven J.
Kravitz. Jeffrey Lefcourt and Harry B. Smith
are co-chairmen.
Pacesetters who have made a gift of
$25,000 to $99,999 to the 1981 CJA-IEF
campaign will receive the Rabbi Hillel
"Gentle Scholar," the first in a series of five
originally designed bronze statues known as
the Great Minds of Jewish Thought. Each
statue stands 6 inches high and is mounted on
a base of Italian marble.
Pacesetters, who in their generosity have
given $100,000 or more to the annual cam-
paign, will be honored for their commitment
with the Theodore Herzl "Visionary and
Realist." the first of a series of five 9 inch
bronze statues portraying Great Minds in the
Creation of Modern Israel. The Pacesetter
825,000 and Over Division is chaired by
Aaron Podhurst. Cal Kovens and Philip T.
Warren are co-chairmen.
To Hie Community
"If we are to continue to provide needed
humanitarian social services for the people of
Israel, and if the needs of this community are
to be met."' said L. Jules Arkin. chairman of
the Cash Committee, "we will have to provide
our local and overseas agencies with the
necessary funds which accurately reflect the
actual costs of goods and services in 1981."
Even through the 1981 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign is
over three quarter mark in reaching its goal of
over $20 million, Arkin said, many of our
achievements may be threatened by the
pressures of an inflationary economy not only
here in Miami, but more seriously in Israel,
where triple digit inflation is driving costs of
services to record heights.
To meet these critical needs, the national
United Jewish Appeal has planned a
nationwide strategy designed to accelerate
the cash flow from local Jewish communities
in the United States to beneficiary agencies
serving Israel and the overseas Jewish
community.
This campaign realization drive is seeking
to reach a national cash total of $36 million by
June 1. of which the Greater Miami Jewish
community is being asked to contribute
$1,375,000.
"If we are to maintain the level of services
we now deliver in Greater Miami, and if social
service and humanitarian programs are not to
Ik? further cut back in Israel, we will need
your help, now," Arkin said.
If you have yet to pay your pledge to the
1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, won't you please respond
today," Arkin added. "We need the par-
ticipation ot every Jewish household in Dade
County if we are to uphold our responsibility
not only to Jews of our community, but to
Jews throughout the world who are looking to
us for help."


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Campaign Highlights
The Sonesta Beach Hotel on Key Biscay
was the site for an event recently helt
behalf of the (ireater SI tarn: Jeu ith Fa
tion's 1981 CJA-IEF campaign. The sp
guest speaker was Senator Henry Sa
Jackson, from the state of Washing,
Among those attending this tucctufidm
her, deft to right) 1 r.-.uter.
chairman. Senator Jackson. Marge Hilt
< hairmun. Morton Hill
Residents of Forte Towers at 1200 West Avenue, Miami Beach, met recently
for a special event on behalf of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund. Shown from left to right are Morris Horowitz, Julius Grocer,
chairman of the Forte Towers CJA-IEF committee; Rabbi Menachem Raab,
guest speaker; and William Stone, co-chairman.
Residents of Ensedada-Aventura recently held their annual cocktail party'
behalf of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Ama
those attending this Hi-Rise event were: (left to right): Dr. Myron If
Levitats, guest speaker; Mickey Karzen. chairman; In Pressman.
chairman.

Shirley Miller, an Israeli social worker now
living in South Florida was the special guest
speaker at the Biscaya annual luncheon held
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Among those
present at the recent event were (left to
rightf: Ben Gold field, co-chairman; V.
Herbert Marks, chairman; Sol Chalek, co-
chairman.

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The Rendezvous Room of the Seacoast
Towers North was the site for a recent
mteting on behalf of the GMJF's 1981 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
camfhiign. Present at the event were (left to
right) Mr. Albert Shulman, chairman; Mrs.
Albert Shulman; Jerome Gleekel, guest
maker; Mrs. Jerome Gleekel; Sidney Olson,
chairman. Hi-Rise Division.
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High-Rise Division recently held a first of its kind meeting as residents
torn thrve buildings met for breakfast on behalf of the 1981 Combined Jewish
\ppeal-lsrael Emergency Fund. Among the CJAIEF leadership attending
h>m Caravelle. Mediterranean and Blair House were (left to right): Daniel
R^rtHiy. co-chairman; Rabbi Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
land guest speaker; and Alfred Fuchs, co-chairman.
The residents of Costa Brava gathered recently for their annual meeting on
behalf of GMJF's 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Among those present were (left to right): Arnold Ferber; Al
Isaacson, chairman; Mrs. Julius Kaplan; Jerome Gleekel, guest speaker; Louis
Harris: Stanley C. Myers; Sidney Olson, chairman, Hi-Rise division.

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Adolph Berger, (left) a founding member of
the Builders. Real Estate and Allied Trades
Division and past president of the Builders
Association of South Florida; L. Jules
Arkin, (center) past president. Past CJA-
IEF campaign chairman, and member of the
Board of Directors of GMJF; and Col
Kovens, (left), past chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, president of the
Founders of Mount Sinai Medical Center and
member of the GMJF Board of Directors,
were recently honored at the annual
Btitillers. Real Estate and Allied Trades
Division dinner, held on behalf of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
at the Fountainebleau-Hilton Hotel Shelley
\\ inters, renowned actress and author was
the special keynote speaker.


Ma Bell Blitz '81
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With a goal of 5.000 new pledges totalling
$2,000,000. scores of campaign workers are
now mobilizing for the 1981 Ma Bell Blitz,
scheduled to run from May 12-21 on behalf of
the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
The Blitz." being organized under the
chairmanship of Eric Turetsky. will operate
from morning through evening on Tuesday.
Wednesday, and Thursday, May 12. 13. and
1 1 and on Monday through Thursday. May
18-21 at the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
"Our gaol," said Turetsky, 'is to organize
as many campaign workers as possible for a
phon a thon planned to blanket Dade
County, appeal to thousands of community
members yet to make a gift to the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund and to bring that campaign closer to its
goal of over S20.000.000 this year.
He added that the campaign, which
currently stands at $16,800,000. has now
surpassed the entire year end total of the 1980
campaign. An additional purpose of the Ma
Bell Blitz, he said, is to move the 1981
campaign closer toward its goal of 40 oool
gifts At present, the 1981 CJAIEP can
paign has received 24.000gifts.
Now more than ever, each Jew should ftJ
I he joy and hope that comes from helping)
..(hers." Turetsky said, adding that thefjJI
IEF helps support more than 50 social servjcj
agencies locally, in Israel and whereverJews|
find themselves in need.
Turetsky added that members of thel
community interested in participating in the
two weak phon a thon should contact thel
Greater Miami Jewish Federation at 576-1
1000.
Worker Profile
Mimi Abel
"Federation is a way of life for me,'* ex-
plains Mimi Abel, a native of Miami Beach
who currently resides in Coral Gables. Her
involvement in the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's annual Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency fund campaigns
began over 20 years ago when she joined
GMJF's Women's Division during its early
stages. She has since played an instrumental
role in the development of that division and
has served on numerous committees within
the entire organization.
Always committed to helping those in
need. Mrs. Abel believes in giving all she can
to her fellow Jews. Her work as a volunteer
began in the late 1950s when she was ex-
tremely active in the National Council of
Jewish Women, the Red Cross, and the
founding of Temple Beth Am. Other
organizations which have benefitted from her
involvement include the Metropolitan
Museum and Arts Center. Mount Sinai
Medical Center. Daughters of Mt. Scopus for
American Friends of Hebrew University, the
American Technion Society, and Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
After the passing of her husband Dr.
Bernard Abel in 1971. Mrs. Abel's three
children encouraged her to develop a
profession in real estate. The knowledge and
experience she had acquired throughout her
years of volunteer life enabled her to make the
transition with ease and still continue her
charitable work. In 1972 she served as co-
chairman of Federation's newly formed
Committee on Soviet Jewrv. and today she is
a leader in GMJF's Real Estate and Allied
Trades Division. Pacesetter Division and a
member of the Women's Division South Dade
Board and Pacesetter-Trustee Division.
Mrs. Abel travels to Israel several times
each year to visit one of her daughters who
lives in Haifa. She has participated in vir-
The Word Impossible
Is Not In
My Vocabulary'.
tually every GMJF sponsored I'acesett
mission to Israel and feels a deep bond wil
other mission participants. "The first time!
went to Israel in 1962." she states. I feltasi
I were truly home among my people and 1
my own country."
World Jewry is Mimi Abel's family
there is no job too large or too small for I
when it comes to maintaining that family.
well-being. She explains, obtaining a sm
pledge to the CJA-IEF is just as essentials
important as handling a large pr
Whenever there is a challenge. I accept it -J
the word impossible is not in my vm-abulary.
Turnberry Isle Country Club was the site for the GMJF Women's Division
North Dade Donors, Sponsors, Patrons and Benefactors 4th annual tennis
tournament and luncheon. Over 170 women recently gathered for this event on
behalf of the 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Among
the leadership present were (left to right/: Fern Canter, North Dade chairman;
Pat Feldman; Susan Fields, North Dade vice-chairman, community education;
Evelyn Mitchel, North Dade campaign chairman; Ileen Taylor, North Dade
Sponsor chairman.
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The first parlor meeting of the newly formed Women s D
Dade Board was held recently on behalf of GMJF's 19H
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South
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Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund at the home of Women's
chairman Mihhi Futernich. Shown at the event are (from left I MarHf^
Uebby Grodnich, South West Dade Board chairman; Heleiu flerger.
Division president; Phyllis Eisenberg, and Robbie Housman
Ihvision Cam
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Women's Division to
Sponsor 6th Annual Retreat
t
Dr. Bernard Reisman
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division Board and Committee
members will gather at the Women's Division
6th Annual Retreat on May 20th and 21st at
the Konover Hotel.
The Retreat, called "Profile: Priorities for
the 80s." will feature Dr. Bernard Reisman of
Brandeis University Department of Near
Eastern Judaic Studies, speaking on
"Learning the Reasons: A Lesson in Jewish
Thought" at 7 p.m. on May 20th, and
speaking again on "Confronting the 80s: The
Jewish Family At A Crossroads" at 12 noon
on May 21st at the Women's Division Annual
Installation Luncheon.
Chairing the Retreat is Susan Panoff, with
the guidance of Leadership Development Vice
President Charlotte Held, and area Retreat
representatives Barbara Goldemberg, Miami
Beach: Lolly Wollman. North Dade; and
Anne Sheldon and Rosetta Bierman, South
Dade.
A variety of seminars will be held
throughout the two day Retreat. Guest
speakers addressing sessions to be held on
May 20th include Judy Gilbert. Director of
the South Florida Office of American Jewish
Congress and Professor Anthony Maingot of
the Department of Sociology at Florida
International University, speaking on "Dade
County's Shifting population and Its Impact
on Jewish Life;" Aaron D. Rosenbaum, a
political consultant and commentator,
speaking on "Perspective On The 80s:
Political Challenges At Home And Abroad;"
Gene Greenzweig, Director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education, speaking on
"Understanding the Tradition: Tzedakah As
A Way Of Life" and "Exploring The Options:
Mings About Fund-Raising." Feme
Katleman, director of personnel service for
we Council of Jewish Federations will speak
"Finding The Time: Managing Your
Hours To Fulfill Many Roles, Organizational
nd Personal," on May 21st.
Highlighting the Annual Installation
Luncheon will be the installation of the newly
jcted and reelected officers of the GMJF
Women s Division. Nancy Lipoff has been
*cted to the post of Women's Division
President for 1981-82. Also elected were Sandi
aimon, vice president for Campaign, and
Mikki Futernick, vice president for
^dership Development. Dorothy Podhurst
Was reelected as vice president for Com-
munity Education. Other officers elected as of
JJay 1st were Gail Harris. Secretary; Helene
^er. Nominating Committee chairman;
^d Charlotte Held, Parliamentarian.
In addition, the Installation Luncheon will
"onor outgoing Women's Division president
Susan Panoff
Helene Berger, who has served in that office
since 1979.
Dr. Reisman is an associate professor in
American Jewish Communal Studies, director
of the Hornstem Program in Jewish Com-
munal Service, and associate director of the
Lown Graduate Center for Contemporary
Jewish Studies at Brandeis University. An
internationally known author of numerous
books and articles on Judaism, Dr. Reisman's
publications include Issues on Jewish
Identity, and Experiential Approaches to
Jewish Identity.
Working women are cordially invited to
attend the dinner program on May 20th
featuring Dr. Reisman. Reservations are
required.
The Annual Installation Luncheon on
Thursday, May 21st is open to the public. For
information and reservations please call the
Women's Division office, 576-4000.
A Washington Experience
Pictured (l. to r.) Mikki Futernick, Women's Divi-
sion Campaign chairman; Senator Paula
Hawkins; Elaine Bloom, a member of the GMJF
Board of Directors; and Lin Arison, a Women's
Dii'ision Trustee.
"Jewish leaders who understand what
makes our government function, and who
understand the top level decision-making
processes, will feel a greater commitment,
both to the Jewish people and the American
political system" explains Paula Levy,
Missions chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Division.
Based on successes of missions to
Washington, D.C. in other communities, Sue
Helfman, Women's Division South Dade
Campaign vice chairman, identified the need
for such a mission from Miami. Sparked by
Mrs. Helfman s ideas, the GMJF Women's
Division organized a mission to Washington,
D.C. which took place from March 30-April 1.
Thirty-three women from the Greater
Miami area took part in the Mission, which
offered participants an inside look at our
government. "This was a unique opportunity
to view Washington as no tourist possibly
could," Mrs. Levy said.
"Many critical issues of deep concern to
the Jewish people both in America and
overseas will be affected by events in
Washington. D.C." she added. Con-
sequently, one purpose of the Women's
Division Mission was to learn about the
process of the United States legislative
system and to express political views to the
country's law and policy makers concerning
issues of importance to the Jewish world.
Key components of the trip included
meetings with U.S. government represen-
tatives, particularly those from Dade County.
Shown at the Pentagon are (I. to r.) Sandi Simon,
Women's Division South Dade Campaign chair-
man Rosalie Gellman, Women's Division North
Dade Board member; Paula Levy, Women s Divi-
sion Missions chairman; and Betty Cooper, an
officer of the Women's Division Miami Beach
Board.
Major topics of discussion at all meetings
were the maintenance of Israel's continued
strength, as well as national and world
security. The group specifically addressed the
issue of the sale of F-15 fighter jets to Saudi
Arabia.
The mission's itinerary included lunch
with Florida Senator Paula Hawkins, and
meetings with Senator Lawton Chiles and
Congressman Dante Fascell. The participants
also attended a luncheon on Capitol Hill
hosted by Congressman William Lehman.
In addition, the trip included informative
briefing sessions by the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Pen-
tagon and State Department officials, and the
Israeli Embassy.
Cultural highlights of the mission included
side trips to the National Gallery to view the
"In Search of Alexander the Great" exhibit,
and to the Hirshorn Museum of Modern Art.
Participants also attended a performance of
The American Ballet Theater's "Swan Lake"
at the Kennedy Center.
Mission participants were: Helene Adler,
Lyn Arison, Elaine Bloom, Melanie Cohen,
Betty Cooper, Elaine Dobin, Amira Donsky,
Phyllis Eisenberg, Barbara Eisenberg,
Marilyn Fellman, Mikki Futernick, Reyna
Galler, Rosallie Gellman, Florence Hecht,
Sue Helfman, Linda Hoffman, Gail Jaffe,
Helene Lanster, Vivian Levinson, Miriam
Lehrer. Jo Ann Levy, Paula Levy, Rosa Lew,
Dvora Redlich, Shelly Reiter, Muriel Russell,
Sandy Samole, Sandi Simon, Lillian
Simonhoff, Ileen Taylor, Mikki Teicher, Alice
Vinik, and Trudy Weitzer.


JCC Announces Summer
Camp Program
JCC Summer Day Camps
Gear Up For Youngsters
"I want my kids to come home from a day
of camp feeling tired and happy," says one
parent. 'And at the end of the summer I want
them to be more skilled swimmers, a little
better in sports .and still feel Jewish."
Those are sentiments felt by hundreds of
Jewish parents throughout South Florida
who are searching for the right day camp
experience for their children. For many, the
answer can be found in the camp programs
sponsored by Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida gathering places for children
from pre-school through age 15. where they
can grow, learn, and enjoy a summer of camp
fun in a Jewish atmosphere.
In North Dade, the Michael-Ann Russell
JCC offers general camping experiences for
children age 3 through entering sixth grade,
plus sports specialty camps in tennis, soccer,
gymnastics and baseball, for boys and girls
entering fifth through tenth grades. There
will also be a creative arts specialty camp,
and teen travel camp for seventh through
tenth graders.
At the South Dade JCC. a half-day
program for pre-schoolers will be conducted.
First through sixth graders will have their
camp based at facilities on the South Campus
of Miami Dade Community College. Fifth
through ninth graders also have the option of
choosing a sports specialty camp in gym-
nastics, soccer, or raquet sports, also based at
MDCC. There will also be a creative arts
camp and teen travel program offered
through the South Dade JCC.
' Both camps meet a lot of needs for people
with different situations. says Freda
Greenbau, chairperson of the South Dade
camp committee. "People with kids in our
after school classes, and our after-school
program for children of working parents, will
find we are one of the very few day camps in
the area that will provide early arrival late
stay arrangements."
"G rand parents who have grandchildren
down for the summer find our camps con-
venient, and we have a number of Jewish
families from Latin America and Mexico who
spend their summers in Miami and whose
children attend our camps." adds Joyce
Hudowsky. Michael-Ann Russell JCC camp
co-chairperson.
Staff for JCC camps are chosen from
among college students living in Miami. The
program is well structured, the result of
careful work with educational, camping,
creative arts, and sports specialists. At both
the Michael-Ann Russell JCC and South
Dade JCC, the pre-school camp groups will be
using certified teachers as counselors.
"It's a good strong camping program,"
notes Bruce Julien. co-chairperson of the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC camp committee.
"Sports, nature, camp crafts, swimming, and
a good healthy dose of Judaica. are coming
together in a well rounded program."
For registration information on the JCC
camp program nearest you. contact the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC. 18900 N.E. 25th
Avenue, at 932 4200. or the South Dade JCC
at 12401 S.W. 102nd Avenue, 2511394.______
Michael Ann Russell JCC
A Summer Wonderland
Something special happens at the Michael
Ann Russell Jewish Community Center in
North Miami Beach each summer as it
becomes a summer day camp wonderland.
Taking full advantage of the 18 acre site and
wide range of health and physical education
facilities, day camp at the Center is a classic
opportunity for youngsters to experience
everything a Jewish day camp should be.
The first level of camp is Nitzanim, for
children three years old by June 15, to en-
tering kindergarten. Here, under the
supervision of certified teachers, youngsters
will take part in the full range of camp ac-
tivities, and learn basic skills in swimming
and sports, crafts, music, dance, and
Judaica. It is an excellent, full day in-
troduction to camping for pre-schoolers.
Shelanu is the general camp for children
entering first through sixth grade. The in-
dividual camp groups will be arranged by sex
and age, and will enjoy a wide range of
camping experiences from sports and
swimming to music, dance, drama, and
creative Shabbat experiences.
There will also be five specialty camps at
the Michael-Ann Russell JCC. Creative Arts
Camp, with its theme of creative expression,
is for young people entering sixth through
tenth grades.
Michael-Ann Russell Summer Camp
This camp will also utilize facilities at the
Hillel Day School, located next to the JCC.
Music, dance, drama, printing, photography.
ceramics and crafts will be employed to instill
self confidence and pride in the youngsters
attending. The program will include field
trips to artists' studios and galleries. In
addition to sampling art forms, Creative Arts
Camp provides a well-rounded experience
that includes aquatics, sports, and Jewish
culture. Their summer season will end with a
full scale musical production.
The sports specialty camps include Tennis
Camp (for those entering grades five through
ten). Soccer Camp (grades five through ten).
Gymnastics Camp (for girls only, entering
grades six through ten), and Baseball Camp
(for boys only, entering grades seven through
ten). There is limited enrollment in each of
these specialties.
Camp is divided into two sessions, running
irom June 22 through July 17, and July 20
through August 14. Arrangements can be
made for Early Arrival Late Stay, and for
bus transportation.
Camp fees are $475 for the two sessions of
NITZANIM and SHELANU ($250 for one
session only), and $500 for the entire summer
of the sports and creative camps ($275 for one
session only). Early Arrival Late Stay,
bus transportation, and camp insurance are
covered by additional fees. Children must be a
part of a Family or Single Parent Family
membership in the Michael-Ann Russell JCC
to be eligible to attend.
You can register your children for the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC Summer Camp
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either by mail, or in person at the J ^
membership desk in the main bu,kl'nKvrhu[s
Center, 18900 N.E. 25th Avenue. ,lro\lling
and registration forms are available b>
the JCC at 932-4200.


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S. Dade Adds MDCC
To Camp Facilities
The South Dade Jewish Community
Center is going "off-campus" this summer to
expand the scope of its day camp. The JCC
will bo using the facilities of nearby Miami
Dade Community College's South Dade
' .imptis for a number of its programs.
CHAVKRIM is the preschool camp for
children from three years old by June 15,
through entering Kindergarten. This program
will be based at the JCC. with three time
alternatives. There will be a half day program
until I p.m. ("haverim campers have all the
fun of a full camping experience that includes
sports, swimming, crafts, and Judaica, all
under the mature supervision of certified
teachers.
SABRA and HALUTZIM are for
youngsters in grades one to three (Sabra) and
four through six (Halutzim). These camps
will be based at Miami Dade Community
College, which is located less than two miles
from the JCC. At MDCC they will have use of
sports fields, racquet sports facilities, the air-
conditioned gymnasium, the Olympic size
swimming pool and diving weel, and craft
rooms. The JCC will be used for special
events including camp-wide programs and
special celebrations.
Travel or Training for Teens
Summer is a time of new experiences. For
""li pre teen and teenager, travel is often an
e-oppcner to personal growth as well as
lfrc.iti i experience wun me woria around him.
The Teen Travel Program of the Jewish
immunity Center of South Florida is of-
fering two three week travel adventures this
Rimer Each is a golden opportunity for a
|)'ung person to become more independent
nd enjoy the company of his peers. Teen
Tru\,| is open to pre-teens and teenagers
entering grades seven through ten.
Trip One will take place from June 25
pwigh July 15. Campers will travel by air-
pndilioned bus to the New England area.
*illi special stops in Boston. Cape Cod.
R Washington, D.C. Trip Two. traveling
^ the Southwest, runs from July 23 through
August 12. It will stop in Gainesville. Hot
l)r'K^ National Park. Houston. Dallas. San
"'"in.,. New Orleans, and Disney World.
e ^ is $1,300 for the two trips, or $675 for
I'MI,
Each travel experience is staffed by
lure, young adults. All are over 21 and are
'Klicr graduate students or professional
'"ll" There will be one staff person for
l!'1"'" eight youngsters. Staff members have
" onagers and their sound judgement.
Travel and Leadership Apprentice
'," Leadership Apprentice Program is
K.jU l" UH'ns Bering the eleventh grade.
tV ."' ;,Pplitants will be given training in
given special consideration whenever possible
for future employment with Jewish Com-
munity Centers. An interview of applicants is
required-
Teen Travel and the Leadership
Apprentice Program are offered to youngsters
who arc- part of a Family or Single Parent
family membership at either the Michael-
Ann Russell or South Dade JCC. Contact
cither Center for application information.
The program for the summer will include
sports, nature and camp craft education,
archery, international and American folk
singing. Judaica, and Jewish
celebration. Karlv Arrival LATE STAY
service- will be provided at the JCC.
Use of the Miami-Dade Facility will also
create three quality sports specialty camps
for children entering grades five through nine.
The specialities will include choices in
gymnastics. soccer, and racquet sports, while
overall activities will include softball,
basketball, volleyball, and swimming.
The Creative Arts Camp, for children
entering grades six through nine, will be
based at the JCC. It will include exposure to a
number of arts, including photograph,
printing, sculpture, ceramics, music, dance
and drama. Field trips to artists studios and
exhibitions are also being planned.
Registration for South Dade JCC Summer
Camp is open only to children who are part of
a Family or Single Parent Family JCC
membership Full day Chaverim, Sabra, and
1 lalut/.im fees are $475 for entire summer, and
$250 for a single session. Half day Chaverim
fees are $250 for the two sessions, and $125
for a single session. Sports and Creative
Camp charges are $500 for the entire eight
weeks, and $275 for a single four week
session.
The two camp sessions will run from June
22 to July 17. and July 20 through August 14.
There are additional fees for Early Arrival
Late Stay, and for bus transportation if
provided by the Center.
Contact the South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center at 251-1394, or stop by the
administrative office of the Center at 12401
S.W. 102nd Ave., for registration forms and
further information.
'di. my of camp operation and group work
I "h liildren. They will take part in super-
(,ls|(| work experiences and activities
''N|Ki<-d specially for themselves. There is no
. '"K' lor participation in the program, and
""M" who complete it successfully will be


Cover Your Cards and
We'll Cover Your Day
m\
Worker's
Recognition
Day.
Thursday. June 25 is workers Recognition Day ai rhe i k>ral
Country Club Every Greater Miami Jewish Federation
< ami ?aigner win > has covered lewlsh Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund pledge cards will be
invited to ix- the guest of Federation at this exciting event
Among the festivities planned will x> golf and tennis
tournaments and a cocktail reception. Following the receptiod
weVe planned a special dinner at which time wen he
presenting the exclusively selected awards (pictured below) to lx* given to those r>. 10 and 20
club honor roll members based on their individual achievement level. We re sure you wouldn't
want to miss this day and we wouldn't want to miss seeing you there! So. cover your cards and
join the GMJF members listed below
5 Award I o Award 20 Award
4" x a" y An authentic a magniflced
multi hued ^r Jerusalem ^^-^^^ color photo
Jerusalem ^r stone |L* ofMasada
art print on ^f mounted on I ^ mounted in
a ivalnut ^ l^^^^^bjbjb* <* -">" x 7" ^J;-|^^(jn/m/'/cssin'i
and Incite d ^J^walnut desk |Lj |J4"xH>"
pla(\ue J I set (pen ^^^^^^^^^^^* Incite
included).
HONOR ROLL (as of April 15. 1981)
20s
Michael Adler
L. Jules Arkin
Rabbi shimon Azulay
Yoshua sal Behar
lack Bell Helene Berger
Irma Braman
Alvin Brown
Mikki Puternk k
ai Golden
Eva Kokiel
Rafael Kravec
Gershon Krtger
Harry "Hap" Levy
Nancy Upoff
lose Lurie
Ellen Mandler
\kIi Mltranl
Henry PercaJ
Sylvia Relnhard
Anita Robbtns
Harry Rosen
Maxlne Schwartz
Isaac skiar
Marilyn Smith
IO*S
Bunny Adler
Annette Aeronson
Harry Barnett
Irene Baros
Jim Beros
JBCObo Biniakonsky
Joseph Bowman
Norman Braman
Hazel canarick
Fern Center
sol chalek
PaCObO Chester
Ohuck Cohen
Bruce Golan
jack Deutsch
Elaine Dobin
Alke Durst
Gerry Bngel
Myra Fair
n.hk y Renting
Paula Frtedland
Harvey Friedman
Susan Fuller
Ben Ooldfield
Marvin Goldman
Lydia Goldrtng
Hymen S Gratch
Debby Grodnick
Evelyn Grossman
Max Handshu
(will Harris
sue HeJfman
Fred Hirseh
i.irxia Hoffman
1 toward Hollander
Mickey Karzen
Ezra Katz
Morris KllBCh
Alan Kluger
Jeffrey Leffcoun
jack Leflel
Jerry Lelchuk
Motees Levin
Bea Levy
Devtda Levy
Bob Lortng
Israel Lusky
George Malin
Barbara Manus
Allen Margolis
V. Herbert Marks
irv Meshover
Arnold Meyer
Miki Millman
Evelyn MHchel
Joan Morrison
Stanley Newmark
irv Pressman
David Rosen
David Rosenbeum
Aix- Satovsky
Gloria Scharlln
Dr. Maxwell schram
Edward shohai
is siegel
sandi Simon
Guiflermo Sostchln
Saul Srebnn k
Fay Stein
Mtchete stone
John Sumberg
Max Sussman
Eileen rrautman
Arnold i inger
Salomon walnberg
Philip Warren
Nathaniel Weehsler
Esther Welnkle
I >r Harold Weiss
Hermlne Wiener
Nate Willis
Sam Wilson
Dolores Wolf
(:harles Yavers
5*8
Mimi Abel
Judy Adler
Sam Adler
( Hia Advocate
Harry Appel
Stanley Arkin
Stephen Arky
Robert BaJogh
Scott Bamett
Joseph Berenhaul
Harry Berger
Philip Berger
Gerson Bernstein
Max Bernstein
Paul Blau
Sam Brenner
(iary BfOOkS
Karen Budowsky
Jesse ( asselhott
Buth ( harm
George Dean
Moises Derechlnsky
Terry 1 Mucker
Lenore Ellas
Marsha Faggen
1 kewey Feinberg
Dr. G. FekJenkrels
Pat FekJman
Mel Line
Richard Flshman
Joe Fried
Nat Friedman
Morris FutemJck
Rey Caller
Richard (lersteln
Alan Gold
Ben Goktln
OokHc < Goldstein
Manm Goodman
i>r i-uiiot Gordon
Jeff < Hranofl
Morns Orauer
Robyn Greene
Jerome < irossman
Manny < irossman
Richard < irossman
Man Hauser
Charles Held
Charlotte Held
Barry Hersh
(ireta Hirst h
Ken Hoffman
Sieve Housman
Stuart Jacobs
Arthur Jurkowitz
Rachette Kamlnskl
Martin Kasper
Fred Katz
Louis Katzman
Jon Kislak
Zoila Kozok hik
Cal Kovens
Steven Kravltz
Bill Lehman. Jr.
David Levin
Joel Levy
Paula Levy
Norman Lipofl
Julio Lipsit/
Belle Lipsky
David Upsky
Natalie Lyons
I larold Malin
Ben Marcus
Neal Menachem
Larry Mkrkenberg
Elaine Miller
Aaron Fodhursl
Dorothy Podhursi
Norman Rachlin
Donald J Reifl
Harold Relnhard
Elaine Richman
Elaine Ross
Lorraine Rubin
Candy Ruskin
Morns RutStein
Bill Sanes
Man 'is schaecier
George Schneldcf
cil schoenwaW
Barry Schrelbet
( arl Schwartz
jay Schwartz
Kenneth Schwartz
Sam schwartzbaum
Leon Segal
David Silvet
Df William Silver
Harry smith
Gerald Solomon
Ruby Steiner
Fran Storper
Irving Strauss
jerry Sussman
Joel Sussman
lleen Iavlor
Jackie Traurig
Dennis rurner
Berne Weiser
Manny Weiss
Fran Wishnev*
Tommle woll
Richard wolfson
Dr. Lloyd wruUc
Barry Yarchin
Renee Zales
Marvin zuckerrnan
Winker Recruitment tmti Rtxtwutltm committee: Kenneth Schwartz chaUmttn;
Morns l-ntcmuk Stuart /orobs. (iconic Malin: Sitlneu {Hso/i, lUirnt Weltzer. '


Community H.S. at
Michael Ann Russell
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|*he Greater Miami Jewish community's
kng awaited Community High School is
to become a reality as the Michael-Ann
ssell Jewish Community Center of the
Lwish Community Centers of South Florida
Leparv> to open its doors this Fall as the
fctial home for the first phase of the school.
The idea, which has been in the works for
hree vears following an initial discussion of
he Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
flannintf and Budget Committee and the
..tral Agency for Jewish Education, will
.come a fact next September when the North
jhami Beach branch of the school opens with
[9th and 10th grade enrolling 80 students.
This building will play a crucial role in
luildin^ the future strength of Greater Miami
Jewry, said Richard D. Levy, president of
|he School "We have learned that attitude,
dentity and commitment are more often than
ot formulated in the high school and early
ollege years."
Principal from S. Africa
Heading the school, to be known as the
Jewish High School of South Florida, is
abbi Louis Herring, formerly of Cape Town,
auth Africa. Rabbi Herring, a graduate of
Ikeshiva Kerem beYavneh in Jerusalem and
York University in New York, was
rector of Jewish Studies for the United
ierzlia Schools in Cape Town, a network of
our primary and two high schools responsible
the education of 2,300 children. In ad-
Israel
You and other members of the Greater
Miami Jewish community can see Israel
tn|s October when the Community
Mission departs for a ten day com-
prehensive study tour which goes
beyond the depth of any standard tour.
From October 25 to November 4, you
tan explore the land which has been
tr>e purpose and passion of Jews for tens
of centuries.
While in Israel, you can participate in
one of a variety of special interest
P/ograms including a basic encounter for
rst time travelers to the Jewish State,
Jewish and Arab Relations, Business.
Commerce and Industry; and the Jewish
Roots in theLand.
.An additional four day Leadership In-
stitute in Israel is available from Oc-
tober 21-25, as are sub-missions on the
^ne dates to Czechoslovakia, home of
J of the oldest Jewish communities in
turope, and Paris, the largest Jewish
fcjropolis in Western Europe today.
Participation in the Community
.lss'"n requires a minimum gift of
1.500 per family to the 1982 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
For further information, contact Joan
Reiner at the Greater Miami Jewish
'deration, 576-1000.
dition, he served as educational consultant for
a pre-school feeder network of 800 children,
and as ombudsman for the National Jewish
University Students Association in South
Africa.
"We are committed that this school will
set the pace for modern, relevant and in-
novative Jewish high school education in the
United States,*' said Al Golden, president of
the Central Agency for Jewish Kducation.
"To this end, we have searched all over the
United States for the most qualified faculty
who can combine traditional Jewish learning
with the latest develeopments in education."
The most modern educational techniques will
be incorporated into the general curriculum,
including a possible elective in computer
science. This would be a first for any Jewish
day school in the United States.
Multi-Track Curriculum
In addition, the structure of the new
school calls for a multi-track curriculum to
accommodate all ideologies in the organized
Jewish community. The school will attempt
to draw its student body not only from the
existing day school network, but from Jewish
homes not currently involved in the day
school movement.
Development of the high school calls for an
additional grade to be added annually at the
North Miami Beach branch. This group
consists of students from North Miami
Beach and Hollywood.
The Southwest Dade area is being
prepared for an anticipated September 1982
opening of a Community Day Junior High
School. The school, to be independent of the
High School, will act as a feeder into the first
class of the Southwest Dade high school
branch, targeted to open in 1984.
Judaic Content
At all branches, the study of Hebrew in
the Judaic studies curriculum will emphasize
comprehension of writ'ten text, while the
Ulpan method used in Israel for efficient and
speedy instruction of Hebrew to new im-
migrants, will be employed in the general
studies segment of the curriculum.
Judaic content will be further emphasized
with an elective concentration in Talmud.
Bible, literature or another field. However, it
will be so structured to accommodate both
former students of Jewish elementary and
junior high schools as well as students
without any previous Jewish day school
education.
Tuition
The $2,750 annual tuition will not cover
food and transportation. Tuition allowances
will be made based on financial need.
For further information, please contact
Rabbi Louis Herring, principal. Jewish High
School of South Florida. 18900 N.E. 25th
Avenue. North Miami Beach. Florida. 33180,
or call the high school at 932-4200.
The vision and promise
that has united Jews
through the centuries.


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Lifeline
A new program developed and im-
plemented by the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida six months ago has literally
meant the difference between life and death
for 80 low income elderly in Greater Miami
who have had "Lifeline*" electronic units
connected to their telephones.
The units are installed along with a small
portable medical help button, which when
pressed, automatically connects the sub-
scriber's phone with Mount Sinai Medical
Center. There, medical records are im-
mediately at hand to aid in the speedy rescue
of an elderly individual in need of assistance.
In its initial distribution phase. Lifeline
units have been placed in the homes of in-
dividuals with a history of severe cardiac
problems, equilibrium irregularities, severe
diabetes and blackouts.
The Working Together Program of the
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida
has an additional 120 units it is seeking to
install in the homes of qualified elederly who
have no more than a $590 monthly income per
couple or $390 per single person.
ARMS
INSTRUCTION SHEET
In an emergency
PUSH THE PORTABLE HELP BUTTON OR
PUSH THE SQUARE, RED HELP BUTTON ON THE
LIFELINE UNIT
ANSWER THE PHONE WHEN IT RINGS IF YOU CAN IF
YOU CANNOT ANSWER THE PHONE, HELP WILL BE
SENT
WHEN HELP ARRIVES, HAVE SOMEONE PUSH THE
YELLOW ROUND, FLASHING RESET BUTTON
If you use the timer
It is important to reset the bmer at least twice a day To reset the timer
1) Push the round, yellow RESET button when you get up in the morning and
when you go to bed at night
2) The tamer is also reset every tame you bit the telephone receiver
II the yellow reset button starts to flash And beep, the tamer has run out and the
ARMS unit will call for help If you do not need help, push the yellow reset button
to cancel the call
Home/away switch
It is important when you leave home for more than .. day to push the switch up
to the AWAY position When you return, push the switch down to the HOME
position
Change in information
To keep Mount Sinai Medical Center up to date, call il there is any change in
1) Responders
2) Your address or telephone number
3) Your physician
Call 674 2423
Testing
Mount Sinai Medical Center will call periodically and ask vn. fa t.st your
ARMS Please follow the instructions of the person conducting the test
Service:
Call Jewish Community Center, 538-8022 if you think there is ,, problem with
your ARMS unit The representative available during normal
to service your unit, il needed
The individual who has the unit attached toI
his telephone also wears a small portable uniU
similar to a doctor's beeper device, worn Ml
his clothing when at home. Should he fed tl
medical crisis imminent, he presses tin I
button, and Mount Sinai Medical Cent*
acknowledges his call for help within twoj
minutes.
Should the individual by then be too ill tj
answer the telephone. Mount Sinai will call |
the designated first responder a neighbor,
friend or relative chosen by the subscriber for j
this purpose.
Once verbal contact has been established
between the hospital and the patient. t
doctor on duty stays on the telephone unU
the problem has been resolved either through
advice or with the summoning 01 *i
emergency rescue personnel from
County.
A.M. and P.M. Check In
The equipment has the additional feature I
of morning and evening check in with Mount
Sinai. At an assigned time, twice each day,
the subscriber merely has to f>* "
specially installed reset button on the unit i
inform the medical center that he is well aw >
not in need of assistance. If the signal b
received by the hospital at the assigned tun-
they will call to be assured that no P*
has materialized since the previous chert-m-
Should the subscriber be away from home
for any length of time, the hospital can
signaled by use of an "away switch wn*
indicated that no one is at home.
Experts in the field of care for the elde >
consider the unit to be an invaluable ai
only to the elderly person living ^"Y^
also in situations where a healthy
individual is caring for a disabled relative
full time basis without any help
Lifeline allows that healthy individ"jhoUt
opportunity to enjoy some free time
feeling that the disabled relative is
any means of help in his absence
already
Use of the system has alr;'au* inThe"
credited with the saving of many llUnion[h<
(ireater Miami community in the si>^ ^
since its inception, according U> ^-oricing J
liram, project supervisor 1
Together. ^
Further information can be obtain*w
Lifeline by calling the Working '0*
Program at 538-8022.


4,
iii
Observe
Holocaust Day
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Holocaust Day 1981 was observed on April
I as a crowd of over 4.000 gathered in the
outh Hall of the Miami Beach Convention
['enter for the largest such commemoration in
the history of Greater Miami Jewry.
Keynote speaker Theodore Bikel told the
kudience. which represented a cross section of
[he Greater Miami Jewish community, that
*orld Jewry must be ever vigilant so that the
LntiSemitism which devastated European
Jewry from 1933-45 never is allowed to re-
surface ajjain.
Sponsored by the Rabbinical Association
L Greater Miami, the Central Agency for
Jewish Education and Federation's Com-
nunity Relations Committee, the gathering
ju highlighted by the theme 'Survival and
[Beyond, designed not only to remember the
tventfl of the Holocaust, but to express the
Jconneciion between today's Jewish youth and
It he lews of Europe who perished at the hands
lot the Nazis.
Carola Mueller, formerly of Potsdam.
Rabbi Mayer AbramowiU. immediate past
president of the Rabbinical Association of
Creater Miami presenting the Righteous
dm tile Award to Carola Mueller.
Germany and now of Ft. Lauderdale, was
presented with the Righteous Gentile Award
for her role in saving the lives of her Jewish
neighbors during the war and courageously
fighting to secure their safe passage out of
Germany.
Holocaust Day 1981 ceremonies, which
were also highlighted by the participation of
the Rabbi Alexander Gross Hebrew
Academy, were also attended by represen-
tatives of the major Christian denominations
in Dade County.
Mindelle Wajsman. renowned Yiddish
actress and professor of Yiddish in New York
and Cleveland, read several selections of
Yiddish poetry about the Holocaust, while
Mrs. Anna Freedman, wife of Rabbi Simcha
Freedman of Temple Adath Yeshurun, told
her story of survival as a Jewish child in
Poland during the war years and of her
reunification with her mother, who survived
the extermination of the Jews posing as a
Christian.
BB^B^H
Rella Herman, a Holocaust survivor, with
her daughter Regina, lighting one of six
memorial candles at Holocaust Day 1981
ceremonies at the Miami Beach Convention
Center.
1981 Board of Directors Institute
-'i ___. I ....,.*...* la-ill fsWMlG il!l t hi1
The Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will meet for a three
day Institute Thursday. May 28 -Sunday.
May 31 at the Palm Aire Resort in Pompano
Beach Albert Ratner. a past president of the
Cleveland Jewish Federation and member of
the Board of Directors of the Council of
JewisT Federations will be the keynote
sneaker at the Institute. Robert Hiller
JKutive vice president of the Council of
Jewiah Federations will serve as the con-
sultant for the program
According to GMJF President Harry A
(Hap) Levy, "this years Institute will focus
on a three pronged approach which en-
compasses the Federations plans for our
community's future.
The format includes an evaluation of the
physical facilities currently ^f <
community and a proposal for the future
Jewish community of Greater Miami.
The second segment will focus on the
means to strengthen the Greater Miami
Jewish community's relationship with the
State of Israel through Project Renewal
the program for the rehabilitation of Israel's
depressed neighborhoods developed by the
National United Jewish Appeal. The program
calls for the pairing of distressed neigh-
borhoods in Israel with communities in the
United States who will help undertake the
responsibility for their rehabilitation. The
Greater Miami Jewish community has been
paired with Or Akiva. a low income neigh-
borbood located near the seacoast town of
Caesarea.
In addition, a careful analysis of our
community's financial resource development
will Ik- examined at the Institute. The
sessions are designed to build upon one
another, achieving the structural continuity
of the overall program.


Cuban Hebrew "Baile
ii
A cross section of Greater Miami's Cuban
Hebrew community gathered on March 15 for
the annual "Baile." held on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
According to Isaac Sklar. Cuban Hebrew
Committee general chairman "with over 500
attending this highly successful event, we
were able to raise $175,000 in new money. Our
total campaign is now over $750,000. a 27
percent increase over last year at this time."
Victor Harel, first secretary of the Israel
Kmbassy in Washington was the guest
speaker while Israeli singing star %Ruthi
Navon provided the evening's entertainment.
Among other Cuban Hebrew Committee
leadership attending this gala event were Dr.
George Feldenkreis. member of the GMJF
Board of Directors; Saul Srebnick. immediate
past chairman:GuillermoSostchin.secretary;
Joseph Weisi. treasurer: Henry Percal.
campaign chairman; Jack Chester, chairman.
Pacesetter Committee: Yoshua Sal Behar.
chairman. Young Adults Committee; and
Eva Kokiel and Victoria Adouth. co-chairper
sons, ticket committee.
The Fountainebleau-HUton Hotel was the
site for the annual Cuban Hebrew Dinner
held on March 15. Among those attending
the event on behalf of the 1981 CJAIEF
campaign were Heft to right!: Mr. Jack
Chester, chairman. Pacesetter Division;
Hon. Victor Harel. first secretary of the
Israeli Embassy in Washington D.C.; and
Norman Braman. general campaign
chairman. 1981 CJAIEF.
Shown (left to right! are Victor Harel Mrs Sarah Resnick. Norman Braman.
and Abraham Resnick. The Resnicks recently became members of the Cuban
Hebrew Committee s Pacesetter Division.
1st S. Dade CJA-IEF Event
Tuesday. March 24 marked the first of its
kind South Dade area event on behalf of the
Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
According to Morris Futernick. chairman
of the South Dade CJAIEF Campaign
Committee, "we raised over $80,000 in new
money. That s a 100 percent increase over last
year at this same time."
The Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club
was the site for this highly successful
premiere event as over 300 were in at-
tendance.
WF"
The Hon. Elizabeth Holt/man. fo
United States congresswoman from 1
York and outstanding Jewish activist i
guest speaker along with Kahbi Mid
Williams, rabbi of Paris rue Coper
Synagogue, bombed bv right wing terrorist
last fall
The Kings Bay ballroom was decorated^
Elaine Ross, arrangements chairman. Har
Weitzer and Maurice Donsky served as tab
captain chairmen and Sidney Fagin
program committee chairman
I
I
behtlll
ryturea among those attending the first of its kind South Dad, evtnt on of-i
of the CJAIEF were (right to left I: David Rosenbaum. chairman of the Soun
Dade Demographic Needs Assessment Committee; Fran Levey chairman V
the South Dade Area Committee; Hon. Elizabeth Holtzman. guest spt**
Morris Futernick. chairman of the South Dade CJAIEF Campaign ( omm-
The Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club wo* the site for the premiere South
Uade event to benefit the Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, Among those attending were (right to left!: Maurice Don-
**y. table captain chairman. Rabbi Michael Williams, guest speaker; Elaine
moms, arrangements chairman; Harry Weitzer. table captain chairman.


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May Community Calendar
UDAY. MAY 1
Lplc Beth Sholom
(inily Shabbat Service and Dinner
[Inducted by 3rd grade students in
Eg School for Living Judaism
,')p.m.
11 Chase Ave.. MB
JNDAY, MAY 3
rth David Congregation
||(X)d Drive
t^fla.m.
BOOS W 120th St.. Miami
heater Miami Council B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization
talkathon for Israel
Jam. ') p.m.
fall 253 7400 for information
Uerican Mizrachi Women Chai Chapter
knnual Auction
ip.m.
icmpK' Or Olom
|755S.W. 16th St., Miami
i-mple Emanu-El of Greater Miami
emi Annual Dinner Dance
Installation of officers
Ip m.
["all 538-2503 for information
rUESDAY, MAY 5
ftrandeis University
Committee
Installation Luncheon
fe Noon
Fontainehleau Hilton Hotel
Tall R64-5326 for information
iM.IF Young Adults Division
l^arn In "Jewish Law Maimonides"
30p.m.
|200 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami
/EDNESDAY, MAY 6
SMJF Israel Programs Office and Young
Judea
Memorial Day Observances (for victims of
National Women's
Israel's War of Independence and four
subsequent wars) 7:15p.m.
Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center
18900 N.E. 25th Ave.. N.M.B.
Call 947-0637 or 576 4000 for information
Temple Emanu-El
Young Family League
7:30 p.m.
Call 538 2503 for information
THURSDAY, MAY 7
Temple Emanu-El of Greater Miami
Yom Haatzmaut Celebration at
Lehman Day School 727-77th St., MB
GM.IF Israel Programs Office and American
Zionist Federation
Yom Haatzmaut Celebration
7:45 p.m.
Miami Beach Convention Center South
Hall
SATURDAY, MAY 9
Temple Emanu-El
VIP (Very Interested Parents) SABBATH
in honor of Mother's Day
Call 538 2503 for information
GMJF Pacesetter Ball
Marvin Hamlisch in Concert
Elie Wiesel presentation of the Pacesetter
Judaica Sculptures by Kenneth Triester
8p.m.
Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel
SUNDAY, MAY 10
Temple Ernanu-El
Mother's Day Brunch
Sponsored by Youth Commssion
Call 538-2503 for information
MONDAY, MAY 11
Celebration 33
Premier of the motion picture
"The Chosen" adapted from novel
by Chaim Potok
At most neighborhood theaters in
Greater Miami
For tickets and information call:
American Friends of Haifa University,
531 -1174 or Pioneer Women 538-6213
TUESDAY, MAY 12
Forte Towers Hadassah
Donor Luncheon
12 Noon
Temple Emanu-El, Friedland Ballroom
Call 673 1134 for information
TUESDAY, MAY 12
THURSDAY, MAY 13,
MONDAY, MAY 18
THURSDAY, MAY 21
GMJF CJA-IEF MA BELL BLITZ
Federation Building
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
9a.m.-9p.m.
Call 576 4000 for information
Listing for Je wisti Community calendar
The deadline for June events is May 13. 1981
(Please Print or Type)
Organization
Event______
Place
Date
.Time
OA.M.OP.M.
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FEDERATION
Public Relations Dept.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Miami Celebrates Yom Haatzmaut
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish
community are invited to a public com-
memoration of Israel's Memorial Day on
Wednesday, May 6 at 7:15 p.m. at the
Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community
Center. 18900 N.E. 25th Avenue, North
Miami Beach. The ceremony is in memory of
those who lost their lives in Israel's 1948 War
of Independence as well as during four
subsequent wars including the War of
.Attrition the period of intense terrorism
against both civilians and military personnel
following the 1967 Six Day War.
The event is sponsored by Federation's
srael Programs Office and the Young Judea
|youth group.
I The Yizkor service will be followed by
recitations and singing by Shevet Tzabar, a
I youth group comprised of local members of
Israel's overseas community as well as Young
Judea and B'nai Akiva youth groups.
The event will be highlighted by a slide
show featuring those events in Israel's
history remembered and commemorated on
PjjWU Day. The Miami observance has
<*en programmed to parallel the main
|Cerernonie8 taking; place in Jerusalem on the
jwrneday.
for further information, contact Yehuda
tir"n at the Young Judea office. 9470637.
^n Thursday evening, May 7th, at 7:45
community wide celebration of Yom
P-m.
r."' a community wide celebration ol iom
"aatzmaut will take place in the South Hall
' the Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901
Washington Avenue, Miami Beach.
Co-sponsored by Federation's Israel
Programs Office and the American Zionist
Federation, the program will be highlighted
by an address by Harry Hurwitz, special
advisor to Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
The evening will feature a program of the
Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra.
For further information contact the Israel
Programs Office at 576-4000, or the American
Zionist Federation at 538-6213.
FRIDAY, MAY 15
Temple Emanu-El
Forty Niners Shabbat Dinner
Community invited 6 p.m.
Call 538-2503 for reservation
SATURDAY. MAY 16
Temple Beth AM
"New Beginnings" Single group
ages 39-54
Mystery Night
7 30p.m.
Call 667 6667 for information
TUESDAY, MAY 19
So. Florida Council of Pioneer Women
Annual Awards Luncheon
Call 538 6213 for information
WEDNESDAY. MAY 20 and
THURSDAY, MAY 21
GMJF Women's Division 6th Annual Retreat
(For Board and Committee Members)
7:30 p.m. Wednesday Dinner Program open
to Working Women
12 Noon Thursday-Annual Installation
Luncheon-open to Public
at the Konover Hotel, MB
Call 576-4000 for reservations
THURSDAY, MAY 21
American Friends of the Hebrew University
Women's Division Meeting
12 Noon
at Montmarte Hotel, MB


i 1,500 STRONG, AND GROWING DAY-BY-DAY!
Just a few short weeks ago. we (old you that i
than a thousand Holocaust survivors Irving In the
United States and Canada had registered to attend
the World Holocaust Gathering in Israel from June
15 to 18. Since then 500 more persons have sig-
nified their intention of being with us. And day-by-
day the number is growing. Here in America and
throughout the world. If you are a survivoror a
descendant of a survivorand have not yet added
your name to the list, do so now. Don't be sorry later.
Be with us...Stand with us... Remember with us.
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1981
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Sale Denounced
U.S. Jewish Leaders Sound Off
NEW YORK (JTA)
Jewish leaders have
-ounced the planned sale
[the weapons to Saudi
Ibia. Howard Squadron,
Jfii of the Conference
."presidents of Major
lencan Jewish Organi-
ons. said the arms
kage will be damaging
our country's interests,
nful to the cause of
Me East, peace and
fcgerous tor our country's
ndand ally. Israel."
udmn *aid a President*
(feme ilflenation would
i with Secretary of State Al-
exander Haig and Defense Secre-
tary Casper Weinberger at the
State Department. Squadron
added that he would hold a news
conference after the meeting.
RABBI Joseph Sternstein.
president of the American Zionist
Federation, said the Administra-
tion's decision on the arms sale is
"ill-conceived and injurious to
Americas own vital strategic
interests" and "raises manv
disturbing and disquieting issue
Are we to assume that the
decisions for America s strategic
interests are to be made in
Riyadh ... Is this the way the
United States punishes such a
stalwart friend such as Israel and
rewartls such an arrogant ana
unbending element such as Saudi
Vrabia'" Sternstein urged the
Evron Asks Veliotes
That U.S. 4Reconsider'
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
[WASHINGTON UTAi Israel has asked the
I io "reconsider" its multi-million dollar arms sale to
pi Arabia. Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Evron said
| He stressed that Israel is "objecting to the whole
not list to the AVVACS surveillance aircraft
[idea in the sale.
Evron made his statement after meeting with
oias VeliotM, Assistant Secretary- of State for Near
em ami South Asian Affairs, at the State Depart -
|[ It was a follow-up to the meeting the Israeli envoy
(earlier with Secretary of State Alexander Haig.
Evron said the supply of arms to the Saudis "will
|ieour security that much more difficult to defend." He
I that even if the AW ACS are manned by Americans.
the planes will fly and what they will monitor will
leaded by the Saudis. He also contended that the sale
|dermines the stability of the area.*'
Evron said he was aware of the opposition to the sale
fongress but would not hazzard a guess as to whether
ould be rejected by the House and Senate.
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Jewish community to "mobilize
its full resources to oppose the
arms sale.
Rabbi William Berkowitz.
president of the Jewish National
Fund, charged that the sale of
arms would be "catastrophic for
the United States, for Israel and
for the cause of peace and
stability in the Middle East. "
Noting that there is nothing
moderate about the Saudi vow
to destroy Israel, he emphasized
that "the sale of such weapons
would only put them into the
hands of a regime that could
prove to be as unstable as Iran.
When will our country learn the
lesson that all the arms we pro-
\ ide the Saudis will not save
Prince Kahd anvmore than the
\mcru ans arms saved the throne
of the Shah of Iran?"
RABBI SOL ROTH, president
of the Rabbinical Council of
Xmerica. said that sermons on
the last days of Passover in more
than 1.000 Orthodox congre-
gations emphasized the danger to
the U.S. if the Administration
ignores all opposition to the arms
-;ale. He also announced that
many Orthodox congregations
would make petitions available to
!h' signed and sent to the White
House. State Department and
I'ongress. The petitions would
declare that Saudi Arabia can
not l>e trusted to be an ally ol the
S now or in the future.
The Central Conference of
American Rabbis |CCAR), the
association of Reform rabbis.
Hid the arms sale was un-
necessary" and was being pro-
posed "without achieving Saudi
acceptance of Israel and a firm
guarantee to join in the Camp
David peace process."
The CCAR also asserted that
the projected sale "will only serve
to fuel the arms race and antago-
nisms in the Middle East, further
destabilizing the region and act-
ing in the worst interests of the
United States and our allies." It
asked the Reagan Ad-
ministration to withdraw its
planned weapons sale to Saudi
Arabia, and if formal notification
was sent to Congress, "we call
upon Congress to vote against"
the proposal.
Leading emigration activists Vladimir and Maria Slepak manage
smiles in photos obtained by the Student Struggle for Soviet Jeu rv
despite nearly three years of internal exile in remote, desolate Siberia.
The couple was arrested for hanging a sign from their balcony in
Moscow demanding reunion with their son m Israel. They wrote
frwnds in Philadelphia: When nothing happens and every day is the
same, time goes faster. Perhaps its good because the end of our term
come, sooner, yet these days are days of our Iwes. and unfortunately
U e have only one life. But we must be optimistic ana we II win.
After Waiting Almost Nine Years,
Leningrad Emigres Get Their Visas
NEW YORK (JTA) Aft
er waiting for almost nine years
for an exit visa. Gngory (ioman.
his wife. l.anssa. and their five-
iMr-old daughter. Ueula. have
-reived permission to emigrate
to Israel, it was reported here.
i ioman. 45, of Leningrad, was
subiected to constant police
harassment since he tirst applied
:or a visa in 1972. A doctor of
radiophysicai engineering, he has
not ben able to work in his field
since 1972
Meanwhile, the life of Prisoner
ol Conscience Anatoly Sharansky
hangs in the balance. His wife.
\\itai. reported that his weight
ls now down to 91 pounds, he is
going blind and is losing his
memory. The situation is now so
grave that I feel he is going to
die." she told reporters during a
visit to England several days
ago. "He is only being given
bread and soup" in the Soviet
labor camp where he is serving a
15-year term.
IN ANOTHER development.
Ida Nudel reported that the hut
in which she lives in the remote
Siberian village of Krivesheino,
to which she was exiled in 1978.
was searched by Soviet authori-
ties after fellow activists visited
her. One of the visitors. Dr. Isai
Goldstein, was detained and
interrogated, ana the tape of his
conversation with Nudel was
confiscated.
Harry Weitzer
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The work he has done for the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation manes the
difference between young
people feeling at war with the
world Or at peace with their
heritage
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Friday, May i 198,
Maximilian Schell. who stars in the role of David Malter, is shown in a scene from the film. The
Chosen,' which also stars Rod Steiger, Robby Benson and Barry Mill r. Celebration 33 will feature the
\ May 11 worldwide premiere of the film adapted from the award-winning novel by Chaim Potok.
eadlmes
Pepper Urges Battle of the Budget
Rep. Claude Pepper (D., Fla. has called on the
American people to "raise questions" about the
; Reagan Administration's proposals to reduce
funds to the needy as a means of balancing the
federal budget.
Addressing a combined meeting in Washington
I of the B"nai B'rith Community Volunteer Ser-
: vices and Israel Commissions, Pepper assailed
| what the called "too much emphasis on tax cuts."
Pepper, who is chairman of the House Select
; Committee on Aging and is himself 80. was
i honored with the B'nai B'rith Chai Award for his
i "many years of dedicated service to the nation,
; particularly in the fields of aging and crime pre-
: vent ion and on behalf of the State of Israel."
OBT schools in Israel recently reported a
! record Student registration for the 1981-82 school
[year which begins Sept. 1. More than 10,000 new
students are expected to attend the 115 ORT
schools throughout Israel, bringing the total en-
rollment to an estimated 75,000, announced
Sidney E. Leiwant, American ORT Federation
president.
"We consider this particularly significant since
registration began on Apr. 10, coinciding with the
101st birthday of ORT," Leiwant said.
[stressed
that the two prominent Senators were
jbeing honored "for taking the initiative to correct
la major injustice in American society where the
j costs for private education are not recognized."
Senators Moynihan and Packwood are spon-
j soring a bill which, when it becomes fully ef-
jfective, would grant a tax credit of up to $500, or
50 percent of the total education cost for students
j in elementary and secondary schools, as well as in
(colleges and graduate institutions.
Signed and numbered prints of an original,
\ limited edition lithograph by noted Mexican
j Jewish artist, Leonardo Nierman, will be given to
j patrons of the American Jewish Committee's
75th anniversary annual meeting. AJC will also.
make a special presentation of the lithograph to
| the Israeli Embassy.
The AJC annual meeting will be held May 13 to,
117 at the Washington Hilton Hotel. The cere-:
mony at which the Committee will present the<
| lithograph to the Israeli Embassy will take place!
| during the closing event of the meeting.
Entitled "Jerusalem," the Nierman lithograph
j depicts the famed Western Wall. The American
Jewish Committee has acquired the entire edition
j of the lithograph, which is one of Neirman's most I
I recent productions.
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Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale will;
receive an honorary doctorate from the Hebrew j
University during ceremonies this summer in,
Jerusalem.
The degree will be conferred during a week of;
eeremonies and celebrations, June 28 to July 4,,
marking the culmination of the University's move
hack to its original home on Mount Scopus.
Mondale has long been considered one of
Israel's best friends in American public life. The
former Vice President was a member of the
United States Senate from 1964 until 1977, when :
he was elected Vice President. I
Senators Daniel P. Moynihan of New York and
Hubert Packwood of Oregon, the two chief spon-
sors of the Tuition Tax Relief Act of 1981, will
receive a special award for their efforts at the 59th
*J^ annual dinner of Agudath Israel of America,
vj which will take place on May 31 at the Waldorf
^i Astoria in New York.
In making the announcement. Rabbi Moshe
1 Sherer, president of Agudath Israel of America,
Nathaniel Saperstein, president of the National
C .uncil of Young Israel, has called for all Ortho-
dox organizations "to temporarily set aside their
differences in order to formulate a unified
strategy to counteract Reform and Conservative
attempts to gain official recognition in the Israeli
religious establishment."
Saperstein issued the call during his presi-
idential address to 1,200 participants at the
I National Council of Young Israel dinner at the
Sheraton Centre in New York. He described the
prospect of the Reform and Conservative groups
gaining such recognitition as "a potential disaster
for the Jewish people and the religious com-
munity in Israel." and offered the facilities of the
National Council of Young Israel for the purposes
of a meeting of representatives of all Orthodox
groups to map a common strategy in response.
The British Tourist Authority has assured the
American Jewish Congress that it will not dis-
tribute a travel book describing a vacation in a
simulated Nazi prison camp until the publication
is altered to eliminate the information about the
bizarre holiday.
Responding to an AJCongress complaint about
Travel Authority distribution of the book, The
Alternative Holiday Catalogue, Sir Henry Mark-
ing, chairman of the Authority, apologized for the
"offense" caused by the camp entry and promised
to review the agency's use of the book, which de-
scribes offbeat vacations in Britain.
A spokesman for the Tourist Authority's U.S.
offices told Congress that the book was not being
distributed and that the publishers would have to
reprint it without description of the camp or agree
to have the information taken out of the book
before the Authority would distribute copies.
Shimon Peres, chairman of the Labor Party
disclosed last week that Guinea asked to become
a protectorate of Israel in 1960. The matter was
kept secret until last week. The exact date of the
affair was not given, but the daily Ila'aretz said it
took place when Peres was Deputy Defense
Minister in the Cabinet of Prime Minister David
,rnc:Gu[lon- Guinea had become independent in
1958, ahead of other French Colonies in West
Africa and its relations with the former colonial
power had gone very chilly.
Guinean President Ahmed Sekon Toure then
sought another Protector Israel, Ilaaretz said
| Ben-Gunon was enthusiastic and sent a mission
to Guinea to study ways of linking the two
countries But, lla'areU wrote, Golda Meir, then
roreign Minister, took violent exception to the
[ idea, and it was quietly buried.
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