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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 54 Number 19 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, May 8, 1981
r shocft By Mail 80 Cents Price 50 Cents
Editorial
Phenomenal CJA-IEF Effort a Hedge Against Budget Cutbacks
The 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, launched with a record goal of
over $20 million, is entering its final phase with
the current campaign total of $17,200,000. We
are moved to recall the first Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation goal back in 1939 set at some
$65,000. That is correct you have made no
mistake set at some $65,000.
Even reckoned in terms of todays aston-
ishing rate of inflation, which has reduced the
value of the dollar to approximately one-third of
its 1939 value, $17,200,000 is still an astonishing
achievement.
What we must all be excited about is that
Miami is leading other major American cities in
its 34 percent increase over last year's achieve-
ment $15,600,000 in the 1980 CJA-IEF cam-
paign. Other major American cities do not even
come close to us. Baltimore thus far boasts only
16.9 percent increase over 1980 in comparison;
Cleveland, 13.6 percent; New York, 6.3 percent;
and Pittsburgh, 17.6 percent.
Continued on Page 4-A __________
a Bell Blitz
Phones to Seek Out
$3 Million More To
Meet Miami Campaign
With a goal of 5,000 new
pledges totalling
$3,000,000, scores of cam-
paign workers for the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1981 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund are now
mobilizing for the 1981
"Ma Bell Blitz," scheduled
to run from May 12 to 21 at
the Federation building.
The Blitz" comes at a time
when the 1981 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
ia entering its final phase toward
rt s goal of over $20,000,010 with a
current campaign total of over
S17.200.000. This figure com-
pares with a final total for the
1*<> CJA-IEF of $15,600,000.
according to Eric Turetaky,
chairman of the 1981 "Ma Bell
Blit/.
THE BLITZ will operate from
morning through evening on
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs-
day. May 12 to 14. and from
morning through afternoon,
Friday. May 15. In addition.
morning through evening ses-
sions will be held from Monday
through Thursday, May 18 to 21.
Norman Braman. 1981 CJA-
IEF general chairman, said that
the average gift to the 1981 cam-
paign is running 34 percent larger
than the average gift to the 1980
Eric Turetsky
campaign. That figure compares
with a 16.9 percent increase in
Baltimore, a 13.6 percent increase
in Cleveland, and a 6.3 percent
increase in New York.
At present, the 1981 CJA-IEF
campaign has received over
25.000 gifts. "Our goal." said
Turetsky, "is to organize as
many campaign workers as
possible for a phon-a-thon
planned to blanket Dade County,
reaching the many community
members yet to make a gift to the
1981 CJA-IEF campaign."
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, called the level and
intensity of the 1981 CJA-IEF
campaign "indicative of the
maturity and awareness of the
Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity in realizing the obligation
of every Jew to help his fellow
Jew in need."
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Ml* DEAR.
WEVE ALfeEMH ESTABLISHED
\rVWATYOUARE...WEARE
/ MERELY DISCUSSING THE
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Israel Sees Lebanon
Clock Running Down
No Green Light.........3-A
U.S. Pilots Object.......6-A
Haig Understands.......8-A
U.S. Concerned'.......11-A
Syria Warned..........15-A
By GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) Israel was ex-
pected to reply affirmative-
ly to an urgent message
from President Reagan to
Premier Menachem Begin
Tuesday calling on Israel to
refrain from any overt
measures against Syria's
deployment of SAM-6 anti-
aircraft missiles in Lebanon
while the U.S. attempts, by
diplomatic means, to defuse
the situation. Foreign Min-
ister Yitzhak Shamir,
meeting with Ambassadors
from the European Econo-
mic Community (EEC)
countries, made it clear
that Israel was still relying
on political options.
Other political sources
repeated the official position that
Israel would try to avoid a mili-
tary confrontation with Syria but
would not acquiesce to the de-
ployment of the missiles on Leb-
anon's central mountain range.
Begin said that Syria had placed
additional missiles on the Syrian-
Lebanese border over the week-
end but did not say on which
side. He said there were three
SAM-6 batteries new inside
Lebanon.
Continued on Page7-A .
In Florida
GISCARD AND HELMUT: Merchants in business together.
Friendship Over?
Begin Sets Schmidt,
Giscard Ears Ringing
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Premier Menachem
Begin delivered an election
campaign blast here
Sunday night, but his main
target was not the Labor
Alignment opposition, but
Chancellor Helmut Sch-
midt of West Germany and
President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing of France.
He denounced them
both as greedy hypocrites,
presumably because of
their Middle East policies
generally and their willing-
ness to sell sophisticated
weapons systems to Is-
rael's Arab foes.
Addressing the central com-
mittee of his Herut Party,
Begin's "impressive display of
Continued on Page 14-A
Ask Court to Act on Yom Kippur Jury
NEW YORK The
American Jewish Congress
has called on the Supreme
Court of Florida to reverse
a first-degree murder con-
viction which carries an
automatic death penalty
on grounds that the jury
was chosen on Yom Kip-
pur, the Jewish Day of
Atonement.
In rejecting a defense motion
in postpone the jury selection
Intause of the Jewish holiday.
the court deprived the defendant
of his constitutional right to a
jury selected from a fair cross-
section of the community, the
Congress argues in a friend-of
the-court brief in the case of
Florida v. Paul William Scott.
Continued on Page 14-A
Is Black Sect From Chicago a Time Bomb?. 9-A


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On Beach This Weekend
Wiesel to Address CJA Pacesetters
Elie Wiesel. interna-
tionally renowned author,
scholar and chronicler of
the Holocaust, will be join-
ing the Pacesetter Division
of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at the
1981 Pacesetter Ball Satur
day evening, May 9. at the
gala celebration to be held
at the Fontainebleau-
Hilton Hotel.
Wiesel will personally be pre
seniing the Pacesetter Judaic*
Sculptures for the first time to
the 1981 Pacesetters. Kenneth
Treister, artist and sculptor,
created the original works of art.
Elie Wiesel
WIESEL'S LATEST novel if
entitled "The Testament." In one
of his earlier works, "Our Jewish
Solitude," he says. "What is the
work of a story teller if not to
bring together people and
words?"
People and words will be
brought together the evening of
the Pacesetter Ball. According to
Norman Braman. general cam-
paign chairman of the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, the Paceset-
ters, those who have made a
minimum gift of S 10,000 or more
to the 1981 CJA-IEF, will receive
the Judaica Sculptures "in
appreciation for their leadership
and sense of responsibility for
their fellow Jews".
Successful Weapon
Israel's New Kinetic Energy Shell
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
One of the most suc-
cessful items now produced
by Ta'as, Israel's national
arms industry, is a kinetic
energy shell for tank
combat. Ta'as director
Michael Shor discloses.
Together with a newly-de-
signed small-size Uzzi sub-
machine gun for special purposes,
the shells have helped boost the
industry's sales to over half a bil-
lion dollars a year.
THE KINETIC energy shall is
of 105 mm. caliber and is
equipped with a winged tip which
helps send it over long distances
with the power to penetrate
several centimetres of steel, in-
cluding the toughest armor in use
in any tank in present use.
The new shell is now sold
throughout the world, including
to relatively highly advanced in-
dustrial nations with their own
weapons industries. Shor said.
He described it as of "high
technical standard, relatively
cheap and of great accuracy."
Shor said to compete with other
arms manufacturers today a
country had to be "quicker in
supply, cheaper and of better
quality." Israel and West
Germany are the only countries
equipped with long-distance
rocket shells.
PRODUCTION of the kinetic
energy shell in Israel began in
1978, and since then hundreds of
thousands of shells, costing
about $1,000 each, have been sold
to 16 countries, including mem-
bers of NATO.
The mini version of the Uzzi
was developed in response to the
growth of terrorism throughout
the world. It is now in the final
stages of pre-production and is
aimed at use by commandos and
other secret anti-terror forces.
It is lighter than the original
Uzzi, which was seen in use by
President Reagan's secret service
bodyguard during the abortive
attack on his life last month. It
has a shorter barrel but is just as
accurate. It can also be fitted
with a silencer.
Shor said that most of Ta'as
output was sold abroad, while at
the same time helping to build up
local stocks. "You can't wage war
from current production. Nobody
can produce at the rate at which
weapons are used up in fighting.
And so you have to have large
stocks," he said.
HE NOTED that it took "be-
tween one and two years" to re-
place the ammunition that was
used up in the three weeks of the
Yom Kippur War.
Shor said he and his colleague
were not always happy with the
countries to which Israel sold its
weapons They are not all al-
wy cradles of democracy or
ideal countries. But the country's
potential must be used in full, for
the sake both of our security and
our economy," he said.
Expert on Jews
Pope Appoints Consultant
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Pope John Paul II
has appointed Dr. Eugene
Fisher, executive director
of the Office of Catholic
Jewish Relations of the Na-
tional Conference of Catho-
lic Bishops (NCCB), aa a
consultor to the Vatican
Commission for Religious
Relations with Judaism.
Fisher, 37. is the first NCCB
French Quiz Neo-Nazi On
Desecration of Jewish Cemetery
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA1 French
Police have called in neo-Nazi
leader Marc Fredriksen for "in-
tensive questioning" in con-
nection with the desecration of
some 80 gravestones in the
Jewish cemetery of Bagneux out-
aide Paris. The leader of the Fed-
eration of European Nationalist
Action (FANE) had earlier
denied any responsibility for the'
outrage. He claimed it was prob-
ably carried out by people "who
want us (FANE members) to be
further persecuted. "
Police also briefly detained 11
suspects. They were all released
after they apparently managed to
convince investigators that they
were not connected with the Bag-
neux attack. AU 11 belong to
various neo-Nazi and neo-fascist
organizations.
THE GRAVESTONES were
daubed with red and Mack paint,
with inscriptions reading:
"Death to Israel." "Death to the
Jews," and "Death to acid-
throwers."
The Representative Council of
Major Jewish Organizations in
France (CRIFF) has called on the
Jewish community to attend a
mass meeting at Bagneux.
French Chief Rabbi Rene Sirat
recited Kadis h Government and
opposition leaders representing
the two candidates now running
for the presidency, President
Valery Giscard d'Estaing and
Socialist leader Francois Mitter-
rand, were also expected to at
tend.
Several organizations have
asked the government to adopt
additional measures against the
neo-Nazis. FANE itself was out-
lawed last September and several
of its members have since been
tried on charges of spreading
racist propaganda and hate
mongeriiuj.
msir
staff member and the first Catho-
lic layperson from the United
States appointed a consultor to
the Commission. The only other
American among 10 churchmen
and theologians from throughout
the world who serve the Com-
mission in this capacity is Bishop
Bernard Law of Springfield-Cape
Girardeau. Mo.
" THIS APPOINTMENT by
the Pope is a recognition of the
creativity and vitality of the
Catholic-Jewish dialogue in the
United States, which has been
enhanced by the scholarship and
personal qualities which Dr.
Fisher has demonstrated."
commented Bishop Thomas
Kelly, NCCB general secretary
The Vatican Commission for
Religious Relations with Judaism
was established in 1974 by Pope
Paul VI. It is under the juris-
diction of the Vatican SeeretarkU
for Promoting Christian Unity
headed by Johannes Cardinal
Willebrands.
Fisher has been an observer at
past meetings of the Com-
mission, and was a member of the
Catholic delegation to the meet-
ing of the International Liaison
Committee between the Roman
Catholic Church and Judaism
which was held in London early
this month.
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U.S.: We Gave No Green Light to Israel
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The U.S. declares
that it has not given Israel
I a green light" for any
military action in Lebanon.
But State Department
spokesman Dean Fischer
refused to say whether the
U.S. approved or disap-
proved the shooting down
of two Syrian helicopters
bv Israel Air Force planes
over Lebanon last week.
Pitcher also called on all
Igovernments in the world, "in
I eluding tht- Soviet Union." to "do
[their best t<> calm the situation"
|jp Lebanon He denied that the
f.S was singling out the USSR
im thiii connection, saying only
i hat Washington wanted the
Soviets 'to exercsn their good
(offices to help calm the
situation He revealed that
Ihen Soviet Ambassador
jAnatoly Dohrynin met with
I Walter Stoeasei, Undereecretary
- ... d>r Political Affairs,
Ihere, Lebanon was one of the
(topics discussed
IN MAKING his statement on
Lebanon, Fischer said he wanted
in make it fully clear that the
IS h.i- not given a green light
in Israel to undertake any mil-
t.tr> ad u>n in Lebanon. On the
contrary, the U.S. has under-
taken intensive and sustained
efforts with all governments and
ith virtually all parties which
haven an influence or interest in
developments in Lebanon, in
order to bring about a stable
situation." He stressed later that
"all parties" does not include the
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization.
Fischer added: "Particularly
at this tense moment, I do not
want to make any detailed
comment about what has been
happening other than to urge
that all involved in these recent
dangerous events observe the ut-
most restraint so that tensions
CM! I*' decreased "
Fischer's only explanation for
his statement was that there had
bean news reports indicating that
the U.S. supported Israeli actions
in I^'banon. He would not
comment on the reported state-
ment by Israeli Premier
Menachem Begin that Washing-
ton and .Jerusalem agreed that
then should be a return to the
status qua in Lebanon.
FISCHER HAD said thai S)
ria's capture of two Christian
held strongpomts on the I^b-
sneee central mountain range
res change of the status quo
that concerned the U.S.
He also declined to comment
on suggestions that Israel's
escalation of its air raids in
Lebanon could be seen in the
context of the recent statement
by National Security Adviser
Itichard Allen that Israel was
justified in the "hot pursuit" of
terrorists into Lebanon
It became clear to observers
here that the State Department
was divorcing itself from reports
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Fantastic CJA-IEF Effort
Continued from Page 1-A
Clearly, the 1981 campaign of our Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund reflects the
Greater Miami Jewish community's awareness of the
realities of being Jewish in the 1980s realities
which include a deteriorating balance of power in the
Middle East, which is working against Israel's
security interests; resurgent anti-Semitism, both in
the United States and abroad; pressure against the
vital interests of the Jewish people by populations
more concerned with a steady supply of Arab oil; and
the possibilities of severe Federal government
cutbacks for support of social service programs from
which the Jewish community has greatly benefited
over the past several years.
It is this last issue whose impact on us can not
be minimized. With the Reagan Administration s
new economic policies now an odds on certainty to
pass through Congress, the effect on our CJA-IEF
campaign has yet to be measured. Should, for ex-
ample, projected cutbacks be implemented, pro-
grams that support the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged, a Federation family agency,
will sustain the loss of several hundred thousand
dollars.
One-third of its federal support is what faces the
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida. Area
Jewish day schools project a complete loss of fun-
ding.
The Russian resettlement program, now ex-
panded into the Refugee Resettlement Program, may
lose more than half of its current federal assistance.
Other federal agencies also projecting losses are
Jewish Vocational Service and Jewish Family and
Children's Service, which will have to reckon with a
25 percent loss.
All told, more than 20,000 individuals in need of
help in the Greater Miami Jewish community will be
affected by these budget cutbacks 20,000 individ-
uals who will then look to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation for help [ with mental health, health care
training, congregate meals, care for the elderly,
transportation for the elderly, school lunches, refugee
services, employment training, vocational rehabili-
tation and home health care.
At the same time, similar programs which are in
part funded by the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund in Israel are under greater stress as
unrelenting triple-digit inflation and increased
security demands strain the ability of the Israeli
government to provide critically needed human
services.
With local agency needs projected to rise, there
may well be a diminution in the CJA proceeds avail-
able for the IEF sector of campaign. Or is it the other
way around? In either case, needy Jews will suffer.
While we congratulate the community for its
1981 effort, we must not pause too long in the pro-
cess, however delightful it may be to our egos.
There's more to be done for Jews here at home and
abroad.
Parochial Parents Should Pay

That Old Conspiracy
A B'nai B'rith report indicates that leaders of
the Soviet Union are attempting to cover up the
problems affecting the workers in Poland by blaming
Jews and Zionism. As usual, no distinction is made
between them. Nor do the Soviets even attempt to
explain why the blame is deserved.
Traditional anti-Semitism both in Poland and
Russia, furthermore, makes the charge stick.
Instead of dealing with the needs of the workers in
the USSR and in Poland, the heirs of Josef Stalin are
again looking for a conspiracy, not a solution.
The sad thing is that, in both countries, the
workers' own prejudices are helping their oppressors
rather than forcing their oppressors to help them.
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i- a rallying cry for Orthodox
Jews to nippofl the Pack wood
Moynihao Hill for income lax
credit- to those parents who send
their children to private religious
school- Rabbi Moshe Sheter,
president <>t Agudath Israel of
America, whose organization will
honor the two Senators at its
."9th annual dinner on May 31,
hail- them for taking the ini-
tial ivu to correct a major in-
justice in \merican society where
the cost- for private education
are not recognized."
In Israel, there is a rallying cry
for these same American Ortho-
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(iovernment not to grant official
sanction to the Conservative and
Reform movements that would at
least grant these movements a
foot into the door toward Ortho-
dox equivalency.
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IN THE latter case. Orthodox
Jews, notably Nathaniel Saper
stein, president of the National
Council of Young Israel, use the
kind of words of revulsion for
Conservative and Reform Jews
that remind me of the most hate-
provoking passages in the ami
Semitic tracts of many of the
'Those who ignore -the lessons
of history...... (sa^mana)


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In lighter moment w
at as g
and ha warns thai ^
( naervative and Reform
status even .,,,
Orthodox aquivak ncj w,|] mea*
the virtual end ol the rdi^
community in Israel
Apparently, the like, of Ubh
ParU ( hairm.,,, Shimon fZ.
Nbba Khan, do Dot aKree Th
are promising government actio'n
to grant equivalent status jf
I-'Iht 0U8U the Likud coalition
in the June ill election
I MENTION this sond
American Orthodox Jewish row,
celebre merely to emphasize the
first the I .ct that Orthodox
Jews have joined Roman Catholic
and fundamentalist Protestant
groupa m tlve United States in
sujx.rt ..I PadtWOOd Moynihan
For example, a recent Young
Israel -t.iiement rationalizes the
organization stand on tax free
credits thi- era) Poor us. we
need the relief, do you realize hos
. upaneivs il i- to buy kosherfood
these days?
I'lii- view ol i In \mencan
educational condition certainh
deserves .1 gold si.ir. slongviti
It.ililil Sherer's \ lew jbout the
initiative taken b) Senators
Packwood and Movnihan "to
correct a major injustice in
Voterican soi iet) notably, to
render economk sssistance to
ih.it portion ol lh< nal
ii onornk sector least rtsediagil
In essence, Orthodox Jeviw
demanding government support
in the practice ol l heir religion
cunvicliona I find this r*
pii hensible
THE CHURCH!
reparation principk bai beer.
urgued often enough in these and
-unil.ir i ircumstam i and 1 hope
-alel> to la) it aside ban There
are other considerations, a- well
Most important, l here is a public
Continued on 1'atfe 13 A
Human Rights Joins Budget Block
Friday. May 8. 1961
Volume 54
4 I YAH 5741
Number 19
Two days after he was elected
President of a nation usually
described as a democracy and. by
constitution, guaranteeing basic
civil rights to all its citizens.
Ronald Reagan tossed a political
ball out on the court with an
ominous bounce. He said: "I
don't think that you can turn
away from some country because
here and there they do not agree
with our concept of human
rights ."
It didn t take Alexander Haig
long to pick up the Reagan ball
and run with it. He attacked
yesterday's American human
rights policy as one having "the
practical consequence of driving
authoritarian regimes, tradition
ally friendly to the West, into to-
talitarian models."
BUT THAT was just the be-
ginning of the Administration's
devaluation of human rights as a
cornerstone of our foreign policy.
In a move compatible with
placing in charge of our Depart
ment of Energy a man who aims
to liquidate that department, the
President has made Ernest
Lefever Assistant Secretary of
State for Human Rights.
This new guardian of an Amer
ican treasure accuses the
previous administration of
trivializing the human rights
concept. We have larger fish to
fry. We must put the human
rights file in the bottom drawer
now and cuddle up to nations
that offer us good trade opportu-
nities. These are nations that are
likely to aid their military
strength to ours. They may lean a
bit to the authoritarian side but,
by golly, they'll have no truck
with Communism; and that's
what counts most of all.
You can sell this concept to
in ill iocs of Americans today, but
millions of others who take the
trouble to analyze the Reagan
Haig-Lefever evaluation of the
role of human rights in our rela-
tions with other nations are un-
derstandably dismayed. Early in
January, when President-elect
Reagan made a gift of a gun to
President Jose Lopez Portillo of
Mexico, he must have recognized
a plea for Washington's con-
tinuing dedication to human
rights in Portillo a advice. A
friendly President of Mexico was
urging a friendly President-elect
of his nation's northern neighbor
to be extremely cautious in
approaches to El Salvador.
WHEN YOU come bearing a
gun. or an armory of guns today,
you may bolster a paramilitary
regime; but if, at the same time,
you fail to recognize the Central
American's hunger for freedom
and for economic and social bet-
terment, you may fall into the
trap of inspiring in the symapthy
for Marxist guerrillas.
Oh. nonsense, the new forces in
Washington reply. Hasn't
Human Rights Secretary Lefever
reminded u- that the greatest
' threats to human right- come
from the mes-uiiiK totalitarian
regimes whose brutal grip brooks
no opposition And can't you get
it through your heads that there
is a vast difference between a to
talitanan rule and an authonun
an government?
Put your trust in the authori
tarians like Cuba's Batista or Si
caragua s Somoza of yesterday or
today's Bolivia's Meza or Argen-
tina's Videla's or Chile'
Pinochet, snd you'll be agreeably
surprised to behold their eyes
alight with promise of freedom.
justice, mercy, and love for U*
common man-
After all. we don't have a total-
itarian goverment in Iran; 't
just an authoritarian onr
Remove the mote from your e>
and behold how handsome)) i
Ayatolla Khomeini has bestow
the blessings of human rights on
his people.
FRIENDLY tyrants, blew
their souls. Soon they'll blossom
into red-white-end blue chain
pions of liberty.
So the previous administration
was guilty of "l*/*!*
human rights, as Ernest UlJJ
has told us. Take notice now tM
if Jimmy Carter had not workeo
so hard to uphold our legal cow
mitment to human rignts.
would have found the UB
behaving honorably in Helsin*'
Now we have Mr. ^J.ever,{
rying our human rights flag
obeys that impulse and dips "
Bag towards the ground, he asw
convince Moscow this is a go""
year to torture more dissident"


I I -II
Mav8. 1981
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Page 5-A
French Elections Sunday
Jews Divide Over Giscard
Old Crow Stalks Young Bird
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS 1.JTA) -
The French Jewish elec-
orate seems split in sup-
jorting the two candidates,
sident Valery Giscard
Id'Estaing and Socialist
Deader Francois Mitterrand,
(who will face each other
May 10 in the run-off elec-
tions for the French
Presidency. The two men
emerged from the pre-
liminary first round as the
top vote-getters and are ex-
pected to run neck-in-neck
in the finals.
The Jewish community as such
decided not to participate in the
election campaing. but a Jewish
splinter group. Jewish Revival,
led by a young attorney, Henri
Hajdenberg. is calling for a
"sanction vote" against Giscard
German Society Chief
Says He Supports Begin
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Asher
[BtnNaian. president of the
llsrael West German Friendship
ISociety, and former Israel Am-
bassador to Bonn, told a press
Iconference here the Society fully
-upported Prime Minister
iMenachem Begins sharp
criticism of West German Chan
Iccllor Helmut Schmidt Sunday.
He said the society in Israel
Iiwlil urge its sister Society in
[Germany and the "very many" in
I Schmidt s own party who dis-
Iagree with his new policy line "to
[lift their voices in protest."
BEN SATAN Mid Schmidts
open flirtation with the Arabs
j.nulil jeopardize the delicate rela-
lionship between West Germany
mil Israel
Hi said he thought the change
n polic) was 'economic expedi-
ent) energy expediency <>n
hich iu i- trying to base new
Hut he thought u was also part
. h to turn their backs
lei) on the past, i<> aaj
11 has been w > have
ii enough now leave ni
Now we have t<> muke a
i policy, and a German
"l> mil nothing from
an influence thai polk)
anymore
I in- is actual!) the gist of
Schmidt is saying, and it is
i view held by sizeable
proportion of the German people.
*huh indicates a desire to be free
"f obligations to the Jewish peo-
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a new order of petrodollars." Ben-
s' atan said.
Hut he added that there were
still very many Germans who
disagreed with this new policy,
and he called on them to come out
in protest against Schmidt's
remarks.
which amounts to a vote in favor
of the Socialist leader. Hajden-
berg has called on France's Jews
to "punish the (incumbent)Presi-
dent for his pro-Arab policy."
THERE ARE some 400.000
Jewish voters out of a total of
36.5 million and the Jewish vote
might determine the outcome
should the election be as close as
most political analysts expect. In
1974, Giscard won by only
450.000 votes against Mitter-
rand. Both candidates have in-
fluential Jewish supporters. Gis-
card can count on European Par-
liament President Simone Veil,
and Mitterrand on former
Premier Pierre Mendes-Franee.
The primary results indicated
that the Jews, as far as could be
ascertained from a study of
voting areas with strong Jewish
concentrations, split their vote
along the same lines as the gen-
eral public. Both candidates are
preparing to actively woo the
Jewish electorate during the next
week. The two candidates are ex-
pected to discuss the Middle East
when they meet face-to-face in a
television debate before the
elections.
TEL AVIV (JTAI Life
has been imitating art, at least
for Arye Nuriel, a 34-year-old res-
ident of Jaffa, who says he is
Ix'ing persecuted by a crow, or by
several of them. Every time he
attempts to leave his house, a
bird or birds attack him. By
curious coincidence, the Alfred
Hitchcock thriller, "The Birds,"
is having a revival run at a Tel
Aviv cinema. The film is about
birds who go berserk and attack
humans.
The crows perch on a tree out-
side Muriel's home, as if waiting.
According to Nuriel one of them
pursued a police car taking him
to safety. The crow attacks no
one else and he has never harmed
it. he says.
The incident has received wide
media coverage here and abroad.
This has drawn throngs of the
curious to Nuriel's home, ap-
parently to witness bird against
man. Police ironically advised the
victim to appeal to the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals. They told him it was
"difficult to detain and interrog-
ate a crow."
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Site Parallel Between Saudis and Shah's Iran
over-
wh.-n confront.-,! with theT"
whelming numbers .if Soviet
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Twelve United
States Air Force F-15 pilots
have written a Congress-
man from California op-
posing the proposed sale of
AIM9L super-Sidewinder
air-to-air missiles to Saudi
Arabia.
The letter was written to Rep
lorn lantos ID.. Calif I by the
airrhen. all from the Holloman
Air Force Base in New Mexico,
who asked that their names not
be disclosed Lantos said that the
letter demonstrates that the sales
pose an intolerable threat to the
safety of the United States and
its fighting men"
A" SPOKESMAN for Lantos
said the pilots derided to write to
the Congressman after they saw
him' quoted in Aviation Week in
opposition to the missiles and
fuel tanks the United States pro-
poses to sell to Saudi Arabia for
tht'. 63 P-lSt previously sold to
Safltii Arabia.
?J"he unstable political situa-
tion in Iran and throughout the
Middle East led to the com-
promising of our F-14 aircraft.
Phoenix air-to-air missiles and
our Hawk surface-to-air
missiles." the pilots charged.
We do not want the technology
of the AIM9L to leak to the Sov
iits through lack of security in
Saudi Arabia or through some
dosed door bargaining session."
The pilots added that "we at
the us.r level can attest that the
\l\19l. thrusts the American
fighter pilot a very large step
.1 head in air combat over any oth-
er military' force"
THE PILOTS noted that the
missile was "so superior that it
pvcs the American fighter pilot a
MM9L an
'"''"> fighter
plained that the
shoot down an
from any angle
Lantos noted ,h,ll .w.
and NATO forces in EuropJS
substantially fewer men tank*
and planes than th. Warsaw |'act
countries. "Only a superior tech
nology like the MM9L make*
our forces a Significant deterrent
and gives a fightinKchancetothe
men whose lives uili i. M the
line in the event of host,],ties
Bruno Kreisky
Confirms Tanks to Saudis
VIENNA (JTAI -
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky
has confirmed that Austria
is negotiating the sale of
Kuerassier tanks to Saudi
Arabia and said that he
personally saw no obstacle
to the sale. Israel has
already lodged a strong
protest.
The deal was first reported by
the West (ierman magazine. Der
spu-fiel. which said Austria was
prepared to mU up to 100 of the
light tanks, manufactured bj
Ste) r-Daimler-l'uch. to the
Saudis The Austrian weekly.
Profit said that the government
llnady made a firm decision
to grant an export license for 400
tanks and ammunition to Saudi
Vrabia. Austria is also said to be
involved in arms sales negotia-
tions with other Arab countries.
MEANWHILE. West German
t hancellor Helmut Schmidt, on a
visit to Riyadh, was reported to
have backed away from a multi
billion dollar arms deal with the
Saudis that has aroused a storm
of controversy in Bonn.
According to reports from the
Saudi capital, Schmidt told
Crown Prince Fahd that it was
not feasible" at this time for
policy. A Cabinet decision in 1971
banned the same of weapons to
countries in area defined as
"crisis zones" such as the Middle
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reported to favor the deal, it is
opposed by many in the Bundes
tag. including members of his
won Social Democratic Party
iSPD). The Chancellor, it was
said, wants to avoid an open
battle with the Parliament, which
he may well looe
Hut he did not foreclose the
possibility that the deal might be
revived at a later, more op-
ixirtune time The arms package
rejx-rtedly included West (
many's newest and most sophis
ticaU-d tank, the Leopold II, and
Tornado jet lighter plansa
manufactured b) an AngtO-Get
man-Italian consortium.
A NOTE prot-simg Austria s
proposed tank sale to ^audi
Arabia was delivered to the
Foreign Ministrv here i>\ the
Israeli Ambassador Yissachar
Men Vaacov. At the same time.
Yeruham Meshel. Secretary
(General of Histadrut. the Israeli
labor federation, sent a letter to
the chairman of the Austrian
transportation union. Fritz
Prechtl. urging him to intervene
to stop the export of tanks that
would pose a "deadly danger" to
Israel. Prechtl is also chairman of
the Transportation Workers In-
ternational Organization.
Meshel s letter pointed out
that his opposition had been a
decisive factor in halting the
export of the same tanks to Chile,
a country ruled by a right-wing
military dictatorship, which had
been their original destination.
Saudi Arabia is not the only
Middle East Eastern country
that has shown an interest in
acquiring Austrian made tanks
and other military equipment.
The Defense Ministers of Tunisia
and Lebanon and the Vice
Premier of Iraq visited Vienna
recently to inquire about
products and prices. Steyr-
Daimler Puch. the leading Aus
Irian manufacturer of tanks,
automatic rifles and military
vehkles, recently applied for an
e\(x>rt license for -00 Kuerassier
tanks to the Persian Gulf state of
Oman and 80 recovery and am
bulance tanks to Jordan.
LEBANON HAS shown inter
asl In lone; 'li-l-i'Hi' mihtarv
trucks and tanks Hut it i~ i
sidered unlikely that Austria will
sell weapons to Beirut bSCSUSS of
mal ban on the sals of
arm- U> countries involved il
war. The State-on nod \ neat
\lpme Steel Corp., which has de
vefoped innoo, it
current!) negotiating salsa to
Ugi I :.in
Mi anwhik Vusti bea been
urged to show resiramt in Us
arms sales abroad. A booklet
jointl) publiahad by the Austrian
section ol Amnesty International
and student organizations repre-
senting Austrian universities.
noted that about 70 Austrian
firms art- in the arms export busi-
ness The organizations
demanded stricter control of
arms sales to countries with poor
human rights records.
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^JewislithrkMart
Page 7- A
Clock Running Down
Reagan Urges Israel Exercise RestraintFor Now
Coo tinned from Page 1-A
REAGAN'a message was
delivered personally by U.S. Am-
bassador Samuel Lewis. Begin
interrupted a meeting with the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee to receive
him and then read the message to
the committee. He appeared
pleased with its contents, indi-
cating that the U.S. accepted in
principle Israel's demands that
the missiles be withdrawn from
Lebanon.
Lewis told reporters after his
meeting with Begin that there
has been no progress so far on the
diplomatic front but he did not
think the situation was "desper-
ate." He said the U.S. would con-
tinue to do its utmost to resolve
the matter, including contacts
with the Soviet Union which is
presumed to have influence in
Damascus. Lewis said he had no
information to confirm reports
that the Syrians have placed
more missiles in Lebanon.
The missiles were deployed
after Israeli fighter planes shot
down two Syrian helicopters over
central Lebanon last week aa a
warning to Syria to halt its at-
tacks on Christian forces. Syria
insists that they will not be with-
drawn.
ACCORDING TO reports
from Beirut today, Syria has
asked the U.S. to put pressure on
Israel to end its attacks on Leba-
non. Diplomatic sources in Beirut
said that Syria will not change its
position despite hectic efforts by
the U.S. Embassy in Damascus.
Reagan's message arrived
when the feeling here was that
"time is running out" for diplo-
matic means to be effective. But
opinion is divided on what other
measures to take. Begin stressed
that the Reagan Administration
is the most friendly toward Israel
in recent years, implying that
Israel should comply with the
American request to exercise
restraint. But committee
chairman Moshe Ahrens seemed
less optimistic when he emerged
from the meeting.
"It is very difficult to predict
how the Syrians behave," Arena
said, noting that President Hafez
Assad is beset with internal diffi-
culties. He would not say how
long he thought Israel should wit
for diplomatic efforts to succeed
before it took matters into its
own hands. But Labor MK Yassi
Sarid said he saw prospects that
the missiles would be removed
without resort to military means.
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Deportation proceedings began
in New Haven. Conn. Monday
gaJMt Feodor Fedorenko of
Uuerbury. who was a guard in
the Nazi death camp of Treblinka
during World War II. Fedorenko,
naturalized in 1970, was stripped
of his citizenship last January on
grounds that he had lied about
his wartime activities when he
applied for admission to the U.S.
in 1949.
ACCORDING TO his attor
ney. Brian Giidea. Fedorenko,
who was born in the Ukraine, has
applied to the Soviet Union for
permanent resident status. His
wife and two sons presently live
in the Ukraine and he has visited
the Soviet Union several times
since 1973. There are no charges
against him in that country.
(Idea said.
Fedorenko lost his citizenship
after the Supreme Court rejected
his appeal against a lower court's
finding that he had entered the
U.S. under falce pretenses. When
he applied for an American visa
under the Displaced Persons Act,
he falsely stated that he had
spent the war years as a farm and
factory worker after his capture
by the Germans in 1941.
In his appearance at the pro-
ceedings, it was revealed that he
has applied to return voluntarily
to his native Russia.
His attorneys say he has
sought permission from the
Soviet Embassy in Washington
to go back to the Ukraine, where
he was born and has a wife and
two sons whom he left behind
before World War II.
IT IS understood that the
Soviets have agreed to consider
Fedorenko's application. It is
expected that it might take them
six months to a year to make a
decision.
Because Attorney Joseph
Lynch of the U.S. Justice De-
partment's Task Force on Nazi
War Crimes has indicated the
U.S. determination to deport
Fedorenko, it is understood that
the U.S. will have to find another
country willing to take him
should the Soviets ultimately
refuse his application.
Continuing to deny that he lied
alxuit his concentration camp.
guard duty for the Nazis on his
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Friday, May 8, 1961
Haig Says Israel 'Understandable'
1
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Secretary of State
Alexander Haig told news-
paper editors that while
concern being expressed by
Israel over the Reagan Ad-
ministration's proposed
multi-billion dollar arms
package to Saudi Arabia
was "understandable,"
some of it is a "'reflection ol
a lot of misinformation and
exaggeration in terms of
the capabilities of the
system."
Haig was not specific but
apparently his remarks were ir
line with the briefing given
reporters by a senior White
Mouse official, who stressed that
U.S. military and civilian person-
nel would be needed to maintain
and operate the AWACS.
THE OFFICIAL, who was not
identified, said that 30 U.S. Air
Korce personnel and about 410
American civilians hired by
Boeing and other defense con-
raclors, will be needed to fly,
>perate and maintain Che five
\WACS the Administration
wants to sell to Saudi Arabia.
)ut the Administration still has
tot made clear what the eventual
ole of the American personnel
vill be when the Saudis take
omplete title to the planes.
Haig's remarks were made in
esponse to questions following
is address to the American
Society of Newspaper Editors at
he Washington-Sheraton Hotel,
laig did not refer to the sale to
-* Saudis of the AWACS nor to
nhancement equipment for the
2 F 15s already sold to the
audis during his speech which
salt with the direction of Amen-
sn foreign policy in general
rider the Reagan Administra
on.
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ade on sending the arms
quest to Congress. He urged
'eryone to first look at "the
chnical arrangements and
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of the F15s to Saudi-Arabia in
1978. that there would be no
further sales to enhance the of-
fensive capabilities of the plane.
Haig said this assurance was
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strategic situation in the Middle
Fast was "fundamentally very
different" from the present
situation.
He said that since then there
has been the overthrow of the
Shah's regime in Iran, the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan, and
whole new security threats to the
area. When, it was noted, that
arms were provided to the Shah
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would stabilize the region and
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Administration would not have
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Haig also said that when the
Saudis made their new arms
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Keagan Administration to make
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effort with the new Republican
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Time Bomb?
)tin Warns Chicago Black Sect in Israel Dangeimm
L JAMES LE WIN
Lsential problem of the
brews in their efforts to
a9 legitimate reei-
fihe State of Israel is not
I of their skin but the fact
are members of a mes-
rt There is certainly no
I polio discriminating
Black Jews as such.
bther things, this can be
, the presence of Blacks
[ho have gone through
i conversion to Judaism
irholly accepted with full
; Stale of Israel.
KCELLENT example of
ghteous convert was the
iHagen. who was one of
Lr- of Brit Avraham. an
lion of Black Jews living
Hagen long contended
s paid too much at-
tention to the problems of the
renegade Blacks of Dimona with-
out considering the other side of
the picture, truly Orthodox
Black Jews living in peace and
harmony within the Israeli
context. In general, dark skins
are so common in Israeli society
that it would be hard to discrimi-
nate against over that half of the
population who come from the
East.
A FORMER member of the
Hebrews, Gedalia Ben Yisrael.
has broken with the cult and
entered a yeshiva in Jerusalem
"I completely wasted 12 years of
my life in one big lie." states the
former member of the controver-
sial group, adding that he has
been threatened with reprisals by
his former associates since strik-
ing out on his own. Now. says the
former cult member, he simply
wants to be left alone to delve
into vast resources of Jewish
scholarship and to complete the
process of his Orthodox con-
version.
The Jerusalem Post and other
local papers have published lurid
exposes claiming the sect
preaches an ideology based on
hatred of Jews and the belief that
only they the Black Hebrews
are the true Israel who will be
redeemed by the Messiah. Not
incidentally, the cult also incul-
cates the belief that the savior
and appointed Redeemer is none
other than the founder and leader
of the group. Ben Ammi Carter,
the young and charismatic per-
sonality whom the Black Hebrew
flock faithfully follows in their
confrontation with the govern-
ment.
A special panel, headed by MK
David Glass, chairman of the
Knesset Law Committee, has
made an extensive investigation
of the problem and recommended
that the Black Hebrews be given
their own settlement in the
Negev where they may live and
follow their own beliefs. How-
ever, Interior Minister Yosef
Burg has unequivocally rejected
the Glass committee report.
Insisting that the members of the
group have entered the country
illegally with forged documents,
Burg maintains that to adopt the
Glass committee recom-
mendation would simply be
awarding the sect a prize for
infiltration.
IN RESPONSE to Burgs op-
position, the leader of the cult
declared, "We would rather die
here than accept deportation."
As quoted in the daily press, Ben
Ammi Carter announced, "Even
if the government sends soldiers
and police forces to evict us, we
will not give in."
Organized in the Black ghettos
of Chicago, Detroit and other
American cities in the late 60's, a
small group of Black Hebrews
first attempted to settle in
Liberia, a Black African state
which did not hesitate to sum-
marily deport the entire group
When the first members of the
sect arrived in Israel, they were
officially welcomed, and some
were granted status as temporary
residents.
However, as more and more
members illegally joined the first
arrivals, neighbors of the sect
hegan to complain of their bizarre
life-style. Word began to filter
out associating the group with a
strange anti-Semitic philosophy,
concocted, according to some in-
vestigators, in order to give the
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Friday
Rustin Warns Chicago Black Sect in Israel Dangerous
Cm timed from Pa*e 8-A
cult a sense of cohesion and
isolation.
AMONG THE charges against
the Black Hebrews are cruel and
unusual punishments, which
allegedly are used to keep mem
bers from leaving the sect:
mainly from fear of being charged
with racism, the government of
Israel avoided confronting the
problem of the group's presence
in Dimona and other Negev de-
velopment towns until protests,
brought by their neighbors and
continuing illegal immigration of
sect followers, caused the ap-
pointment of the Glass commis-
sion to investigate the entire
matter.
After long and presumably
thorough study. Glass, a
National Religious Party MK,
and his colleagues dismissed
charges of abuse and threats as
"apparently unfounded.'' and
found Carter and his followers
more moderate and reasonable
than much of the negative pub-
licity they had received.However,
critics of the Glass committee
maintain that Carter merely
changed his stance in order to
impress the liberal American-
born Glass and that the commit-
tee's 147-page report never seri-
ously dealt with the claims of
former cult members, who insist
that they were kept in the group
against their will. Skeptics
believe Glass has merely exacer-
bated the problem by lending
credibility to a charlatan.
On the other hand, short of
mass deportation, the Glasr
report is the first serious sugges
tion of how the government car
deal with the problem of the
group's indubitable existence.
The only effect of the govern
ment's non-policy up to now, it
would appear, has been to out-
rage legitimate Black visitors to
Israel who have been suspected
of being members of the group
and treated accordingly, and
infuriate neighbors of the cult
who complain that the over-
crowded conditions of the group
have made their areas unliveable.
PERHAPS THE biggest
problem with the Glass report is
that it tends to accept the group
on its own terms. To establish a
policy framework, it would be
neccessary to verify the true
identities of the group members
and determine if any of them, as
has been contended, are wanted
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criminals, fugitives from justice the Black Hebrews themselves
in the United States, or otherwise Certainly no one can blame them
clearly unacceptable as legal resi-
dents.
Second, an effort should be
made to offer group members an
alternative to continued depend-
ence on the cult. Those who wish
to settle elsewhere, in Israel or
abroad, should be clearly offered
that option. Finally, it wouldn't
seem reasonable to accept at face
value Carter's promise that he
and his followers will suddenly
become loyal law-abiding Israelis
as soon as they are granted the
right of their own settlement. If it
has managed illegally to migrate
more than 1.000 members despite
all efforts of vigilance of the au
thorities to date, the group must
now be willing to accept, not
dictate, the terms of their resi
dence vis-a-vis the State.
The greatest fear generated by
the cult is that they may. if their
leader commands, commit mass
suicide as did the Jonestown
group in Guyana. This seems far-
fetched and outlandish; however,
a mass deportation of the cult
would almost surely result in
severe repercussions among the
Blacks of the United States and
other groups. Since they have
been living in Israel for almost 12
years, it would seem to be merely
common sense for the govern-
ment to take responsibility for
their future. And why should
they be expelled at this late stage
in the game?
BAYARD RUSTIN. the
highly-respected Black
spokesman, led a special commis-
sion of Americans to Israel to in-
vestigate the matter, after meet-
ing with Carter (who now calls
himself Ben Yisrael) and his
followers, Rustin described the
group as "indigestible" and
warned that they may be a "time-
bomb." Nevertheless, there is
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Black Hebrews couldn't become,
with time, a positive and produc-
tive force within Israeli society
and a model of Israeli readiness
to ignore the color-line.
This also depends on empa- .
thizing with and understanding |
for wanting to escape the poverty
and degeneration of the slums of
Chicago. There must be a great
sense of despair behind their wil-
lingness to follow Ben Ammi. Yet
there is also a great hope in their
desire to live with human dignity
in the Promised Land.
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12 years in very trying circum
stances, the members of the
Black Hebrew cult challenge the
government to provide them with
a fair handling of their problem.
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within the group ert I
Ucally encouraged and,
other hand the cultuh
were diluted as much I,,
there still could be
prospects for the Bli
Dimona. Otherwise, thei
could move from conhu,
an open collision course i
there it is anyone's
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k AVIV UTA) Prime
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Celebration 33
Begin in Special Independence Day Message
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JERUSALEM -
(JTA) The following is
the message from Premier
Menachem Begin on the
occasion of Israel's 33rd In-
dependence Day which was
to be marked May 7:
From, Jerusalem our
eternal and indivisible
capital, I send to you all
heartfelt greetings on the
occasion of the 33rd an-
niversary of the proclama
tion of Israel independence
in the land of our
forefathers.
After the most terrible disaster
which befell our people in Europe
and the heroic fight of Ervtz
Ysinxel for national self-libera-
tion, we lived to see the day, one
of the greatest in the annals of
our ancient people, when we
became a nation among nations,
free and independent in our own
South Florida Marks Occasion
With Showing of 'The Chosen'
With the worldwide premiere
of The Chosen" as part of the
Celebration :)3 slated for Mon-
day, many organizations in Dade.
Brawn and Palm Beach Counties
are completing plans for special
events prior to the premiere.
Celebration 33 marks the 33rd
anniversary of the State of Israel,
and proceeds from the premiere
showing at $100 per seat will go
to further educational facilities in
Israel.
In Dade County. Hadassah
and Zionist Organization of
America, where the premiere will
be at the Theatre of Performing
Arts. Miami Beach, are jointly
having a champagne cocktail
reception at Temple Emanu-El.
Starting at 6 p.m. at Loews Bay
Harbour Theater. Miami Beach.
I he American Community for
Shaare Zedek will have a
champagne reception at the
theatre.
Hadassah sponsors in Hallan-
dale at the Hallandale Theatre
are having a dinner party at the
Holiday Inn on S. Ocean Drive at
H> land ah Houlevard.
In Fort I.auderdale. where the
premiere will be at the Inverrarv
Cinema 5 Hadassah will have a
dinner party at the Inverrary
Country Club prior to the
premiere
The Women's League for
laraei, who will ahn celebrate at
(he Cinema .i. announced it-
Woodlande Chapter will have a
-p.ci.il dinner party and the
Falasha Jews
Worry Canadians
TORONTO (WNSI -
Citing the plight of the Ethiopian
.Jews, known as Ealashas. as
being caught between war and
revolution and being subjected to
discrimination and persecution.
I hi- Canadian Jewish Congress
(CJCi declared at its national
executive meeting in Montreal
that the Ealashas rescue is an
urgent priority" and that the
CJC will intensify all efforts to
ensure that community's safety.
\< cording to a CJC spokesman.
there are 25.000 Ealashas in
Ethiopia.
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Woodmont Chapters are also
planning special parties.
The West Palm Beach events
at the Plaza Twin Theatres,
which is sponsored by Hadassah
and the Zionist Organization of
America, plan a cheese party at
the theatre. The premiere evening
will have a special 33-minute
showing of a star-studded enter
Lainment film and "The Chosen".
country.
SINCE THEN we have
brought home millions of Jewish
people from the four corners of
the world. We have had to sus
tain our independence througl
five wars, in which 14.000 of out
best men gave their lives anc
more than 30.000 were wounded
But we did protect and preserve
our independence. We set our
country free; reunited Jerusalem;
we built up the land and are turn
ing it into green pastures.
This year, we celebrate the
second anniversary of the signing
of the peace treaty between
Egypt and Israel. No doubt thiy
is a turning point in the annals ol
the two countries and of th
Middle East. After 31 years of 8
state of war and of five actua
wars waged on the battlefield
with great sacrifice, sorrow ant
bereavement, we. Egypt and Is-
rael, declare that we shall never
again raise arms against each
other, and the state of war is
terminated.
The Middle East and its
periphery are in a state of tur-
moil. Iraq faces Iran in armed
conflict. Syria, itself seized by
internal convulsions, is in con-
frontation with Jordan. I-ebanon
continues its inner bloody strife,
mainly because of the presence of
the criminal PLO now armed by
Soviet tanks and heavy weapons,
aided by Syria and financed as
before by Saudi Arabia.
IN THIS arena of instability
and dispute, the only peaceful
corner emanates from the treaty
of peace between Israel and
Egypt. We have since signed
Better the diff.cult.es of,
han the suffering ()f war V\L
U-fa.thful to all the terms a;
the parts f th(. r nJ
agreement There rnav \trtUJ
Sllcuhiea ahead. Zl^
started this great new chapt
our life, peace v
We live by the faith that
generations to come our a
will live in this land together i
their neighbors, in equality
human dignity, in freedom.in,
dependence and in real security
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Parochial Parents Should Pay
I Continued from Page 4-A
i :, ,! admittedly grown
fhln since World War II. that
i been the pride of thLs nation
rance its founding.
fr one WMOn or another,
Lgu do no< with to rely on its
, their wn children.
t. k .1 .hone they should
L, be free to make, but they
,"nt be allowed to demand
iiu- compensation for their
llCt'
_ snmi consideration is that
[object of what is supposed to
a democratic government
Lht not !>*' to sponsor elitist
i; jf public funds are to be
jended because the public
,| lyateffl is lacking in some
either religious instruction
Heat) or qualitatively (by an
ual of six-iological mis-
lunei. then the expenditure
jld go to strengthen the pub-
Kfiooi ) -tern by defusing the
fortunes so that the system's
|lit> improves
would eliminate a major
nt posed by parents in
.it religious instruction for
Itrchildren who pretend that it
bally the lack of instructional
it) th.it is driving them away
to the arms of parochial
ob
|\ ESSENCE, the way things
currently constituted, not
i.m such parents continue
pretense that it is really
klii> anil not religion they are
King They are also
Wthened in their argument
|i bj sending their children to
private parochial school, they
being required to pay twice
J the same service Packwood-
linih.in, ihey say. must pass
I ;ll relieve them of one
these umust" costs.
I argument is spurious
mainly because the service
in a parochial school
is verj differed indeed from the
service the) would receive in a
public school, particularly given
that the public school in question
were of the verv highest qualitj
Such parents in fact know this to
begin with, and to why should
t hev nut pay for the difference?
Since the cost these parents are
attempting to opt out of Ls public
school tax by repayment through
a federal income tax credit, the
question that arises as a third
consideration Ls whether the
Moral income tax system should
Im- rigged in such a way that the
individual taxpayer has the right
to reject a particular tax situa-
l ion he may not like.
IN THE abstract, the answer
is irrelevant because the set of
conditions defined by the
question has already been in
existence for years. Special in-
terests in American society have
.ill sorts of tax benefits not avail-
able to the rest of us. as for ex-
ample, business.
And if your business happens
to be. say. oil business, you have
benefits peculiar to this kind of
operation piled upon the other
benefits. Of if your business
happens to involve investments
abroad, then you have still others
piled Mi top of them. The per-
mutations and combinations of
government sponsored private
profit making are infinite.
(If your business happens to be
religion, itself, except in the case
of raw reportable salary, why
then you pay no institutional
taxes jt all not on income, not
on real estate, not on fringe bene-
fits obviously intended to cir-
cumvent reportable salary, not
even on loosely-documented
ancillary economic enterprise.)
That is how the rich get richer.
Ih.it is why some millionaires
nev er pay a dime in income taxes.
Their benefits so far outstrip
Urge Three Senior Police Officials
Go to Trial for False Evidence
[EL \\ IV (JTA) The
brae) General has recom
ndwl that three senior police
bra should be put on trial for
hng false evidence which led to
I cum iction of a man now serv-
|a life sentence for the murder
[ woman seven years ago
os Raranes has consistently
ned that he was not guilty of
murder of Rachel Heller, a
soldier He has refused a pardon.
s.iv big this would indicate guilt,
and demanded a retrial.
The Attorney General's state-
ment said the question of a retrial
should be raised by the author-
it ies only after the trial of the
three police officers. If found
guilty of giving false evidence at
the time, the state could then re-
open Barane's trial.
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their income that their annual net
profit can easil) be adjusted to
Zero
Reckoned in these terms.
Orthodox lews and others who
support Packwood Moynihan
seem to have everything going
tor them on their side of the argu-
ment
BUT IN the end. what it must
come down to is what will happen
to the public school system if
I'ackwood Moynihan passes.
Almost automatically, it will
mean an even greater exodus
from the public school system of
youngsters bound for private
schools
Even if the figures 1 have read
exaggerate the impact, there can
Ih- no doubt that public schools
w ill suffer a loss of revenues that
can only make their present
shabby status even shabbier.
Indeed, current statistics indi-
cate that proposed tax credits to
parents of children in parochial
schools w ill mean a higher federal
outlay by nearly two times for
students in parochial school than
public funding now available for
students attending the public
school system
None of this should be con-
strued as an attack on those who
wish to send their children to
whatever kind of school they
choose. It merely says that those
who make the choice must be
prepared to pay for it.
FURTHERMORE, it says
thai present day inequities in the
income tax system, already
loaded so that the bulk of the cost
of the nation's business falls
heaviest on those least able to
afford it. should not be loaded
even more heavily against them,
as will occur if Packwood Moy-
nihan is successful. Why should
thiy have to pay for the privilege
others choose in a private school
option?
Finally, it is a plea to Orthodox
Jews to recognize that their
alliance in this with Roman
Catholic and fundamentalist
Protestant groups can not bean
easy one. The immediate goal
to get someone else to pay for
what they want to buy maybe
a common one.
But ultimately, the educational
ideals involved are hardly the
same American Jews, certainly
of my generation, owe a profound
debt'of gratitude to the American
public school system. Many of us
would not be what we are today
- professionally, economically,
personally without the educa-
tion it gave us free of charge, in
many cases even through college.
AMERICAN Jews, especially
Orthodox Jews, should have
nothing but the highest regard
for book-learning freely
dispensed. They should be among
the last to want to deal our public
school system a mortal blow.
Packwood-Moynihan may, in
the end, take care of their spe-
cialized tuition needs, and they
may see this as good. But Pack-
wood-Moynihan will also, in the
end. be a strong argument for
further intrusion of sectarian
religious practices into public
institutional life as a whole, and
this they can surely not see as
good, no matter who their allies
may be right now.
If Orthodox Jews pressing for
passage of Packwood-Moynihan
are so concerned about the sur-
vival of Israel that they are will-
ing to attack fellow-Jews for their
Conservative or Reform beliefs
liet-ause they consider them to be
threatening, then why should
they not be equally concerned
alHJUt the survival of America?
For in more than a small way,
that is what is at stake in the
absurd Packwood-Moynihan Bill
- the survival of America and
the survival of a rockbed
American institution. public
education.
President Reagan at the podium with Elie Wiesel, chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council on Yom Ilashoah in Washington.
At White House
Reagan Joins Holocaust
Service for Six Million
WASHINGTON -
President Ronald Reagan
joined members of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Coun-
cil on Apr. 30 in a ceremony
to commemorate the
victims and survivors of
the Holocaust.
The President said of
the tragedy: "This meet-
ing, this ceremony, has
meaning not only for people
of the Jewish faith, those
who have been persecuted,
but for all who want to
prevent another Holocaust
. We share the wounds
of the survivors. We recall
the pain only because we
must never permit it to
come again."
THE CEREMONY. Days of
Remembrance (Yom Hashoah).
was sponsored by the U.S. Holo-
caust Memorial Council. The
Council was created by an act of
Congress on October 7. 1980. to
provide appropriate ways for the
nation to observe Days of Re-
membrance annually, to con-
| struct and oversee the memorial
to victims, and to develop plans
to carry out the Council's pur-
poses.
Elie Wiesel. chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Coun-
cil, and one of seven survivors of
the Holocaust present at the
ceremony, asked. "How does one
commemorate six million vic-
t mis. all descendants of Abraham
and Isaac and Jacob?"
Wiesel said. "In all their
chronicles and testaments,
memoirs and prayers, litanies
and poems, the victims stressed
one single theme remember,
remember the horror, remember.
Beat witness."
The President, noting the
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people, expressed determination
that the horror never be allowed
to happen again. "The hope of a
ceremony such as this is that
even a tortured past holds
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a new heaven and a new earth,
and the voice of weeping will be
heard no more. Together, with
the help of God, we can bear the
burden of our nightmare. It is up
to us to ensure that we never live
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Friendship Over?
Begin Sets Schmidt, Giscard Ears Ringing
Continued from Page I A
oratorical fireworks" as one
local newspaper put it consti-
tuted what observers said was
probably the strongest attack
ever by an Israeli government
leader on the leaders of two of the
principal Western European
powers. He charged that they
were interested only in selling
weapons to the Arabs at the
highest possible price and buying
oil from them at the lowest
possible cost.
SCHMIDT came in for the
most scathing invective He was
accused by Begin of willfully
seeking to forget German crimes
against the Jewish people.
"There is no remnant of heart,
morality or memory.'' Begin
charged with reference to Sch-
midt's recent remark that
Germany has a "moral commit-
ment" to the "Palestinians who
escaped or fled from the West
Bank."
According to Begin. "From a
Florida Court Asked to Act
On Yom Kippur Jury Case
Continued from Page 1-A
AN ESTIMATED nine per
o'lili of the population of Palm
Reach County, where Scott was
tried, ia .It-wish. Scott. 24, is not
Jewish.
The American Jewish Con-
gress brief cited a 1975 U.S. Su-
preme Court decision in Taylor v.
Louisiana, which held that a
defendant in a criminal case was
entitled to a jury chosen from a
fair cross section of the com-
munity. The selection of Scott's
jury on Yom Kippur. a day when
Jews observing the commands of
their religion would not have
appeared for jury service,
violated Scott's constitutional
rights."' the brief said.
The AJCongress brief also
cited a 1979 Supreme Court
decision, in Duren v. Missouri
holding that the requirement of a
fair cross-section jury was
ignored if (11 the group alledged
to be excluded was a "distinc-
tive"' group in the community;
12) if the representation of this
gn>up in venires from which
juries were selected was not fair
nd reasonable in relation to the
number of such persons in the
community; and (31 if this under
representation was due to
B) stematic exclusion of the group
in the jury selection pfOCSM
ON EACH of these grounds,
the lower court's refusal to post-
pone the jury selection violated
the defendants rights, the Con-
gress said in its brief
In the absence of a compelling
governmental interest justifying
the refusal to grant a one-day
continuance, the brief argued, the
court "committed error of Con-
stitutional magnitude .
Scott s conviction should
therefore be reversed and the case
remanded for a new trial.''
The murder was committed in
Boca Raton in December, 1978.
Scott's trial began on October 1,
1979 Yom Kippur. the holiest
day in the Jewish calendar.
moral point of view. Schmidt's
statements certainly rank as the
most callous ever heard. It seems
that the Holocaust had con
veniently managed to slip his
mind and he did not make
mention of a million and a half
small children murdered, or
entire families wiped out."
Begin accused the entire
German nation of applauding
when Jews were murdered as
long as Germany was victorious,
"rlut now we hear of a commit-
ment to those who strove to
complete what the Germans
started in Europe." Begin said, a
reference apparently to the
Palestinians "Schmidt must
have concluded some very
lucrative business deals in Saudi
Arabia which affected his
memory. Begin said.
WITHOUT naming names,
but in a clear reference to Sch-
midt. Begin said he knew full well
who had baaa present "in a
certain movie theatre with Hitler
lo \ iew the liarbarous execution
in 1944 of (ierman officers who
failed in a coup attempt. They
were hung by piano wires to
make their death slow and
torturous.
"I am not the only one who
knows who was present, by
invitation, during the screening
of that film and who applauded it
with the rest of the audience."
Noting that Jews had been
persecuted for their "love of
lucre." he added. "If you want to
see unbridled greed and avarice,
go see Giscard d'Estaing of
France and Helmut Schmidt of
Germany. The French have
conveniently forgotten all the
lofty ideals of their revolution,
and the Germans want to forget
their unforgiveable crimes. All
they care about is how to sell
arms at high prices and buy
cheap oil. That is the full extent
of their ethos and morality."
(Schmidt, on his visit to Saudi
Arabia this week, reportedly
backed away from a multi-billion
dollar arms deal with the Saudis
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i zrael Warns Syria
We Won't Give Into Christian Annihilation
nier
I heli
By HUGH ORGEL
PEL AVIV (JTA)
ael warned Syria late
that it "will not
in the Syrian
ipt to take over
)n and annihilate the
s there." The
, in the form of a
[et communique, was
shortly before Israel
ied that its aircraft
khot down two Syrian
[pters over central
Don.
Menachem Begin an-
the downing of the
Jicopter in the course of
interview in which he said
as Jews, had a moral
btment to prevent the
\ur of a people or religion
(her nation and that it was
Israel's "clear national
* to prevent the Syrians
[gaining control of the
I Lebanese mountain range
I which they could shell
the only Lebanese port
oChnstian forces.
I same time came the
that Syria had moved
i-made surface-to-air
into central Lebanon,
ling a threat to Israeli
the air over Lebanon.
kissiles are the very same
Syria and Egypt when
it Anwar Sadat's forces
their surprise attack on
id the Yom Kippur War
.The missiles took a dead
I Israeli planes.
ling to Begin, if the
control the mountain
known as the Sannine,
uld move southwards and
Israel together with
line Liberation Organiza-
I terrorists. He said the
have not listened to
can appeals to halt the
Kg in Lebanon and that
nt Hafez Assad refused to
the U.S. Ambassador to
i State Department has ex-
concem"' over the
capture of two strong
i in the Lebanese mountain
previously held by Chris-
brces and described it as "
[change in the status quo."
same time, however, it
to condemn the Syrian
said Israel decided to
the Syrian thrust when
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the Syrians began to employ heli-
copters against the Christians.
"We do not want war with
Syria," he said, "or a confronta-
tion with the Syrians" but "there
are risks ... We cannot just
stand aside while the Christians
are being slaughtered and the
dangers to Israel itself are
growing."
CHIEF OF Staff Gen. Rafael
Eitan confirmed that Syria's use
of helicopter gunships and troop
carriers could seriously affect the
capacity of the Christians to de-
fend themselves, and therefore
the Syrian escalation represented
a direct threat to Israel's
security. The warning to Syria
was issued following telephone
consultations among various
ministers on the deteriorating
situation in Lebanon.
Deputy Defense Minister
Mordechai Zipori later amplified
the communique. He said on a
radio interview that it signified
that Israel would continue to
press for international diplomatic
support to end the fighting in
Lebanon. "I am glad to note that
our appeals have had some
positive response for the first
time from many countries,
mainly from the U.S.," he said.
Katyusha rockets were fired
into Upper Galilee from Palestine
terrorist positions in Lebanon.
No casualties or damage were
reported, but Israelis in border
villages were forced to spend the
night in bomb shelters. The
rocket attack apparently was
retaliation for Israel's heavy air
strikes against four Palestine
Liberation Organization bases
well inside Lebanon. They were
the second air raids in two days.
A MILITARY spokesman
acknowledged, meanwhile, that
Israeli fighter planes shot down a
Syrian helicopter near the
Lebanese Christian village of
Zahle that has been under siege
by Syrian forces. Zipori said in
his radio interview: "The Syrians
have recently introduced a new
dimension in their fight against
the Christians a dimension
against which they (the Chris-
tians) have no defense. That is,
various kinds of helicopters
which are wreaking havoc among
the Christians."
With respect to the downing of
the helicopter. Zipori said "the
significance is simple. We have
announced many times we have
an obligation towards the
I-ebane.se Christians and we will
not abandon them to be
slaughtered."
Asked if such Israeli inter-
vention did not create the danger
of a Syrian-Israeli confrontation,
Zipori replied, "There is always
the danger but Israel has warned
and warned again that there will
Im? no Syrian air activity in the
skies over Lebanon."
ZIPORI SAID one of Israel's
objectives in Lebanon was to
ensure that an entity would
develop there which might be
prepared to discuss peace with
Israel. He said the Syrian attacks
>n Christian concentrations in
.he Sannine mountains near
Zahle which overlook the Beka
valley on the east and the Chris-
tian-held coastal region on the
west were intended to destroy
such an entity.
The escalation of fighting in
I ..bam m has brought the govern-
ment under pressure from senior
army officers and from settlers in
the northern region to step up
Israel's involvement. The officers
want to impress on Damascus the
existence of a "red line" in
Lebanon beyond which the
Syrians will not be permitted to
go. The settlers demand stronger
action against terrorists in south
Lebanon.
But on the political level.
Begin, Zipori and others appear
to favor quiet diplomatic efforts
such as referred to by Zipori in
the radio interview. Accordingly,
the government is seeking to
persuade the U.S. and the
Western European countries to
bring their influence to bear on
Syria to relent in its attacks on
the Lebanese Christians. From
Israel's viewpoint, defeat of the
Christian forces in central
Lebanon would have dangerous
consequences for the Christian
enclave along Israel's border and
thereby for Israel's own security.
OBSERVERS HERE noted
that Israel's preemptive air
strikes in Lebanon indicated an
attempt to relieve pressure on
Christian forces by broadening
the targets. Israeli jets attacked
not only rocket-launching sites
but concentrations of Palestinian
tanks and artillery. The downing
of Syrian helicopters was ac-
knowledged for the first time to-
day, although Israel denied
'Damascus reports that Syrian
jets had engaged Israeli aircraft
in a dogfight over Lebanon
Sunday.
The Syrians are said to be
using two types of helicopter in
Lebanon the French-made
pazelle employed as attack gun-
iships. and the heavier Soviet-
made transport types. It was not
disclosed which type was shot
down by the Israelis.
The PLO, meanwhile, in-
troduced rapid-fire 40-barrel Kat-
yusha rocket launchers mounted
Dn trucks. Those batteries are
highly mobile and can discharge
40 rockets within seconds at a
[range of up to about 12 miles.
Refuseniks
Given Visas
NEW YORK (WNS) -
Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry reports that three
Soviet Jewish refuseniks have
been granted exit visas. Yakov
Ariev has waited 13 years to
immigrate. He is an engineer
from Riga and was denied per-
mission in the interest of "state
security" because he served one
year in the Soviet army. Also
granted exit visas were Grigori
Khess of Minsk, who first applied
in March, 1972, and Grigori
Kanovich of Leningrad, who first
applied in May, 1979.
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1CU V/Il
Occasion Of 75th Birthday
I On the occasion of the 75th
thday of Dr. George S. Wise.
incellor of Tel Aviv Univerai-
first president of the universi-
and a driving force in its
Itablishment. a gala celebration
held at the university at-
nded by Prime Minister
enachem Begin.
I phraim Katzir. former
esident of Israel, and head of
. r for Biotechnology at
niversity. addressed
celebration on "Science and
'nil Values."
\Dr. Wise was presented with a
I -:;r a leather-bound.
|id-emhsed book published in
Uir of the occasion, of the
i )f Tel Aviv Univer-
, i most prominent professors
I written in Dr. Wise's honor
Prime Minister Menachem
gin said. Dr. Wise is one of
I dearest men I have ever met.
[ is a Zionist from birth, and a
|k-er of the land of Israel and its
cpte."
id 1'rof Kphraim Katzir, "I
ve always regarded Dr. Wise
|th the greatest admiration. He
made considerable academic
evements of his own. He is a
cessfui businessman. Dr.
ha9 provided new tools to
I the dreams of the Jewish
pie which we have had for
' 2.000 years. For all this we
ily grateful."
IA week prior to Dr. George S.
lise's departure for Israel, the
kutheast Region of the
erican Friends of Tel Aviv
versity also presented Dr.
with an ancient map of the
elve tribes. Officiating at the
presentation were Norman
off. member of the Southeast
non Board and of the national
Col. Yehiel Ben Zvi, vice
sident and public relations
or of Tel Aviv University,
Gerald Strober, national di-
or of American Friends of Tel
riv University.
[Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
bmple Emanu-El, Rabbi Mayer
toaroowiu. Rabbi Ralph P.
ngsley and Dr. Wise then
fixed a mezzuzah to the en-
lace of the new Miami office,
ose regional director is Terry
(Idman
Accountants
Hold Cocktail
Party May 21

t
f'hudu lUUmmm
Hants Division of
Miami Jewish
WUon w:Ii be holding their
party on behalf of
inbined Jewish
pwhlsrael Kmergency Fund
'"ursrfay. May 21 at
"twns on the Bay.
Wording to Alvin Lloyd
chairman of the event,
hS!Clal*u1?8t Peaker will be
'leUman, Executive
* of the Conference of
SriZ of MaJr American
"*> Organizations.
' Co chairman of the
"nunts Division cocktail
!* Salomon Wainberg,
^enachem, Nathaniel
Jeffrey Gillman,
Judge Marvin Gillman
fund raising and special
projects."
In addition to fund-raising for
the non-profit institution, the
Auxiliary sponsors a number of
projects including parties and
entertainment for the elderly
residents, a program to purchase
personal needs for the residents,
and other programs.
The Hebrew Home for the
Aged is located at 320 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach.
Dr. George Wise is honored by Miami members of a Southeast
Region, American Friends of Tel Aviv University function on
the occasion of his 75th birthday and prior to his departure for
Israel, where he was feted by that nation's top governmental
and educational leaders.
Judge Marvin Gillman
To Install Officers
Hebrew Home Auxiliary
County Court Judge Marvin
Gillman will install the 1981 of-
ficers of the Miami Beach He
brew Home for the Aged Ladies'
Auxiliary on Wednesday, May
13, at the annual installation
luncheon at the Tarleton Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Hannah Winawer of
Miami Beach is being installed as
president.
Other officers are Mrs. Rose
Singer, membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Augusta Menu, life
membership vire president; Mrs.
Marcella Povlin, ways and
means; Mrs. Flora Sinick,
program; Mrs. Francis Mazer,
financial secretary; Mrs. Jean
Zapolsky, treasurer; Mrs.
Dorothy Singer, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Dodie Davis,
corresponding secretary; and
Mrs. Doris Wechsler, assistant
financial secretary.
Trustees of the Women's Aux-
iliary are Murray Kostoff.
William Silverstein. Morris Mal-
mud. and Nathan Roth.
Sidney Siegel, executive vice
president of the Hebrew Home,
which is celebrating its 25th
Anniversary this year, "praised
the Women's Auxiliary for its
Sen. Chiles In Israel Address
Thousands of South Florida
Jews and supporters of the State
of Israel Ml expected to jam
Miami Beach Convention Center
Thursday night at 7:45 p.m. to
celebrate Israel- 33rd anni-
versary of independence and to
protest the Administration's pro-
posed sale of AVVACS planes to
Saudi Arabia.
[ S Sen l.awton Chiles (I)
Flat and Israel Minister of In
formation Harry llurwit/ were to
Miami i" be the principal
speaker*-- at tne mass rally
sponsored by the American Zion-
ist Federation ot South Florida in
cooperation with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
Minister Hurwitz was to serve
as the personal representative of
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
at the observance One of the
foremost leaden ol the llerut
Party in Israel. Hurwitz formerly
directed the Prune Minister's
m Jerusalem and is con-
sidered one of his country's fore-
moal spokesmen, diplomats and
ITS.
phsler
Jack and Marjorie Schillinger met with Congressman William
Lehman (13th District, Florida) in the U.S. Capitol during their
recent visit to Washington on behalf of the United Cerebral
Palsy Association of Miami Mr. Schillinger is executive vice
president of Pre Stress Systems, Inc.; honorary chairman of the
Adherence To Shabbat And Kashrut
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued a
statement calling upon the community to adhere to the princi-
ples of Shabbat and Kashrut. The statement was issued in the
name of the Association by its President, Rabbi Simcha Freed-
man of Temple Adath Yeshurun and its Executive Vice Presi-
dent, Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director of Chaplaincy, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The statement reads: "Two of the most central unifying
forces in Jewish life have been the observance of Shabbat and
the observance of Jewish dietary laws. Both institutions have
| helped to preserve the identity and uniqueness of our people
throughout the centuries in every land and in every clime, not-
withstanding, or perhaps precisely because of efforts in every
age to prevent us from living out our faith.
We find it somewhat ironic in this time and in this land where
Jews are free to express themselves Jewishly without restraint or
fear, that there should be an erosion of Jewish observance, espe-
cially in those two areas. We are especially troubled that Shab-
bat and Kashrut are not always paid sufficient heed by Jewish
organizations and communal agencies which should be exemp-
lifying standards which are of the highest calibre. We believe
that there is a relationship between the strength of amcha' and
of Jewish life on the one hand, and the seriousness with which
we maintain Jewish norm.., values and observances on the other.
Accordingly, as Jewish leaders who represent a wide spectrum
of belief and practice but who share a deep and abiding commit-
ment to the total Jewish community and its concerns, we call
upon the Jewish organizations and the Jewish agencies within
our community to be responsive to the concerns of Klal Yisroel
and to that which we perceive as being necessary for Jewish
survival.
Specifically we affirm our conviction that
a) no Jewish organization or communal agency should hold
any function which would violate the essence of Shabbat or be
contrary to the sensitivities of any fellow Jew, and
b) that food served at Jewish communal functions held on be-
half of or sponsored by Jewish communal organizations should
be planned and executed in accordance with Jewish dietary laws
so that no Jew should feel uncomfortable in attending.
. We are confident that not only our community but the Jewish
people in all its habitations would be well served by such a
New Concept For Or Olom
When a congregant is called up
Temple Or Olom, a family-
oriented Conservative synagogue
in Westchester, 8756 SW 16th
St., is instituting a new concept
in religious services to be held on
Saturday, May 9 at 9 a.m., in
honor of Israel Independence
Day.
The innovation will be called
he Family Sabbath Service. The
mtire family, father, mother,
children, grandparents- will be
invited to morning service. Rabbi
Samuel Rudy will explain all
prayers and Torah readings in
English.
to the Reading of the Law
(Torah), his entire family will
accompany him and stand with
him as he recites the blessings,
Cantor P. Hillel Brummer will
chant the liturgy.
After the service, lunch will be
served to all congregants. In
honor of Israel Independence
Day, Israeli songs will be sung.
Jack Lubin is president of the
Temple. Linda Hornik is
executive vice president Marvin
/.alis is religious vice president.
Smith Named CJF
Nominating Chairman
Harry B. Smith of Miami has
been named Chairman of the
Council of Jewish Federations
Nominating Committee, ac-
cording to an announcement by
CJF President Morton L.
Mandel
CJF. the
t ban 200
community
association of more
autonomous local
Federations in the
L'.S. and Canada, is governed by
i system that includes major
program commutes determining
CJF policy and supervising
mooing programs in each major
service area. Comprised of local
community leaders, the com-
mittees meet at the General
\ssembly and the CJF Quarterly
Meetings.
Political Caucus Women To Install
Mollie Brilliant. President of
the Jewish Woman's Political
Caucus. announces the in-
stallation luncheon on Sunday.
May 17 at noon at the LaPaloma
Restaurant.
eaker and install
ing officer will be Congressman
William Lehman. Cong. Lehman
>er\es on the Appropriation^
omnmtee and on its Subcom-
mittees on Foreign Operations
and Transportation.
Incoming president is Her-
mione Spahn. Mrs. Spahn is a
past president of B'nai B'rith
Women, serves on its Regional
Board and is a delegate to the
White House Conference on the
Families.
Officers to be installed include
Laurel Shapiro, Brenda Shapiro,
Ann Kravitz, Betty Shalloway
and Doris Drexel, in addition to
the Board of Directors.
"The Jewish Women's Politi-
cal Caucus advocates positive
Cong. William Lehman.
programs for action dealing with
political issues and informs
Jewish women of the growth and
organization of forces which have
an impact on the Jewish com-
munity," Mrs. Brilliant said.
Jewish Floridian
** Goldatein, Alan Leitar Association's board, and past president of Temple Israel of Miami, Florida \Friday. May 8. 1981
v*l rSECTIONJ*;'


Carol Greenberg Emanu-El Proxy
Rabbi David Averbach To Serve Beth David
Carol Greenberg, member of
the advisory board of Jefferson
National Bank of Miami Beach
and owner of Steven Wayne
Knitting Mills of Hialeah, has
been elected to a fourth one-year
term as president of Temple
Emanu-El.
Samuel N. Friedland. owner of
the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood
and founder of Pood Fair Stores,
has been re-elected chairman of
the board of the Miami Beach
congregation which Dr. Irving
Lehrman has served as rabbi for
the past 38 years.
Federal Magistrate Herbert S.
Shapiro, a past president of
Temple Emanu-El, and former
Circuit Court Judge Irving
Cypen. both of Miami Beach,
were elected vice chairman of the
board.
Vice presidents elected include
Samuel Adler, Norman Braman,
Sidney Cooperman, Irving
Cowan. Dr. Maxwell Dauer. B
Morton Gittlin, Barton S.
Goldberg. Abel Holu, Dr
Sherman R Kaplan, Hal Kaye
Murry Korettky, Cal Kovens
Harry A. Levy. Stephen Muss.
Arthur Pearlman, Lawrence M.
Schantz. Milton Sirkin. Michael
Tames and Leonard Zilbert.
Other officers installed at i
Sunday night dinner and dance ir
the Friedland Ballroom, by Rabb
Lehrman, include Malcoln
Fromberg and Mrs. Sol Gold
stein, secretaries; Jules P.
Charming. Dr. Jack J. Falk and
Ronald L. Fine, associati
secretaries; Jack Taylor,
treasurer: Mrs. Benjamin Beloff,
Leonard Friedland. Ted Hollo
and Herbert C. Zemel, associate
treasurers; Dr. John Berger and
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan,
financial secretaries; Jack
Feinberg. Allen Goldberg and Dr.
Arnold Oper, associate financial
secretaries; Albert E. Oaaip and
Sidney Poland, recording
secretaries; and Daniel Neal
Heller, Burnett Roth and John
Shapiro, associate recording
Past presidents of the
synagogue, which sponsors the
Lehrman Day School, include
Mayer H. Franks!. Samuel N.
Friedland, Joseph M. Rose,
Jospeh M. Lipton, Max
Boderman, Joseph Cohen, Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro and Circuit
Court Judge Frederick N. Band.
Judge Barad served as
chairman of the nominating
rnmmittee Other MbbbbbIMm
members included Dr. Ellis M.
Barrist, Benjamin Cypen,
Eugene Howard, Bernard D.
Kaplan, Henry Penchanaky,
Burnett Roth. Mrs. Richard Sch
wan, Harold Segal and State
Sen. Paul B. Steinberg.
Selected for the nominating
committee for 1962-83 wen
Judge Barad, chairman, and
Louis Baron, Judge Milton
Feller, Bernard D. Kaplan.
Gerald Miller, Henri Pearlman,
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Segal.
Elected to the Board of directors wart \
Joseph A or low. Leonard Abramson
Mrs. Leonard Abramson. William Bard.
Mrs Ixhjis Baron. Herman M Berk.
Andre Blalolrnkl. Dr Jeffrey
Blumenthai. Joel Charming, Jack
Cooper Stephen H Cypen. Albert
Davldeon. Irving Firtel. Robert R
Frank. George Goldbjoom. Phillip
Coidfeln. Sol Goldstein. Alexander S
Gordon. Gene Grabarnirfc
I'hilip M Greenberg. Mrs Carol
Greenberg. Leo Hark. Elliot Harris.
Louis H Hauaer. Dr Milton B
Jacobson. H Jerome Joseph. Bernard
D Kaplan. Mrs Sherman R Kaplan.
Perry Kaye. Zev W Kogan Donald R
Koren, Col Nathaniel Kutcher. William
Landa. Moms Lapldus. Moe Levin.
David Levlnson. Edward C Levy.
Richard Levy. Mrs Irving London.
Irving London. Morris Luck.
Dr Louis G Lytton. Joseph W Malek.
Alvin I Malms Allan B Margolls.
Davr B May. Hank Meyer. Dr Donald
M Mlrhnoff. Gerehon S Millar. Mra
Alexander Muss. Leonard Miller. Dr
David A Nathan. Bernard Nemeroff.
Edward T Newman. Samuel Pasooe.
Henry Penchansky. Henri Perlman.
Earl Pertnoy. Mrs Al Podvin, David W
Poplck. Richard Prager. Ell Quain.
Charles G Reakln. Murray M Reanlck.
Maurice RevlU. Charles Rosenblatt.
Norman ScMndler, Frank Schneider
Mrs. Richard Schwartz. Harold J
Segal. David Shapiro. Soi C Shay*.
Benjamin I Shulman. Joseph Shulman.
Bruce Singer. Oscar Sklar. Milton
Smith. Louis Spector. Alfred Stone. Maa
Tirschweii. Jerome H. URnar. Mra
Jerome H. Uffner, Ron Wayne. Edward]
H. Werner Hun Leonard Welnsteln.
Eugene J Weiss. Dr Bruce Wetseman.
Charles Y avers. Raphael K Tune, and!
Theodore A Zalles. Bernard Zlmet
baum and Jack Harris
Members elected to the board of
trustees Include Dr Seymour L
Altrrman. Louis Baron. Dr Ellis M
Barrist. Col Milton R Blum. Murray
Candlb, Jon Chanruhg. Benjamin
Cypen. Roger Dauer. Raymond E.
Felner. Judge MUton Feller Nat
Friedman. Edward Oadlnaky. David
Uolhman. Dr La* K UoMSerg.
Abraham Gordon. Melvtn Grossman.
Dr. Joseph Harris. Harry Harrison.
Eugene J. Howard. Harold Kurte.
Meyer Levlnson. Harold Linden:
Dr. Meyer B Marks, HlUei Meyers.
Gerald Miller Joseph Miller. Mrs.
Martha Mlshcon. Edward Molstrln. Abe
N el man. Larry Paskow. Al Podvin.
Harold Roeen. Seymour Rubin. Dr.
Mitchell J. Rublnow, Santerd Rywail.
Dr. Mortimer Schaffer Dr Richard L
Schwarz. Robert Skldell. Donald Softer.
Dr Michael Soaatn. Sam Stein. Sen
Paul Steinberg. Sen Richard B Stone.
Dr Theodore R. Struhl. Roberto Susi.
Israel Z Tames. Lawrence Taylor, Carl
Turner. Dr. Harold M linger and
Morris J White Bob Bexark. LouU
Jacobson and Aaron Orkln.
Lorber Donoi
Luncheon/
The Lorber Chapter of
National Jewish Hospital-Na-
tional Asthma Center, will honor
their acting members at their
Annual Donor Luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel, on
Tuesday, May 12.
The South Dade Chapter
President is Teddi Robbins.
Donor Luncheon Chairman of the
day is Gloria Bieler.
Judie Berger wrote ant
directed the Donor Luncheon
Musical show and participating
ire Rosalie Jaffe, Elbe Kaiser,
Judy Meyer, Sharee Moek, Roz
Ofgang. Elaine Palastrant. Seima
Rappaport. Sylvia Weinberg, and
Milne Koren.
Southgate Hadassah
The Southgste Chspter of
Hadassah will hold its annual
Donor and Reward Luncheon on
Wednesday. May 13 at 12 noon
at Temple Emanu-El, Friedland
Ballroom with an entertainment
program.
Rabbi David Auerbach. Asso-
ciate Rabbi of Ahavath Achim
Synagogue in Atlanta, Ga.. has
been elected to serve ss rabbi of
Beth David Congregation.
Rabbi Auerbach will begin his
duties on August 1 on the retire-
ment of Rabbi Sol Landau.
Rabbi Auerbach has been an
active leader in the conservative
movement. Her formerly served
the Congregation Shear Shalom
in Chomedey. a suburb of
Montreal.
In Atlanta, Rabbi Auerbach
served as the Jewish rep-
resentative of the Clergymen's
Advisory Council of Planned
Parenthood, the Jewish Chaplain
of the Georgia Institute of Tech-
nology. President of the Atlanta
Rabbinical Association, a mem-.
bar of the Community Relations
Committee and Campaing Policy
Planning Committee of the
Atlanta Jewish Federation, a
member of the Southeast Region-
si Advisory Board of ADL. a
member of the Governing Board
of the Epstein-Solomor
Schechter School, a member of
the Board of Directors of the
Atlanta Jewish Community
Center and Chairman of Um
Southeast Region Rabbin*
Advisory Cabinet of UJA. b
1977, Rabbi Auerbach wsi
honored by State of Israel Bonds
receiving the United Jerusalen
Award.
Rabbi Auerbach is married to
the former Bonnie Ann Altmsx
and they have three children:
Lianne, Jonathan, Jennifer.
Rabbi David Auerbach
Rabbi Bidniek
To Deliver Prayer
Before US Senate'
Rabbi Dov Bidniek of the
new Young Israel of Sky
Lake Congregation in North
Miami Beach, has been
invited by Sen. Lawton
Chiles and Chaplain of the
United States Senate. Dr.
Richard C. Hal verso n. to
deliver the opening prayer-
invocation before the United
States Senate in
Washington, on Thursday.
May 14. Rabbi Bidniek had
previously given the opening
prayer in front of the House
of Representatives as the
guest of Congressman
William H. Lehrman in
April, 1978.
Mother's Day
The entertainment committee
of 100 Lincoln Road Social Hubs,
headed by Betty Gottesman and
Marty Aronowitz will hold their
annual Mother's Day party at the
Seville Hotel on Sunday. May 10.
at 7 p.m. for members with
dinner and entertainment. A
Passover get-together party for
the residents was held recently.
Discussing success of a testimonial luncheon to Miami Bead I
Commissioner Mildred S. Falk at the Shelborne Hotel Fridnl
afternoon are, from left, Gerald K. Schwartz, president of tk\
Miami Beach Jewish Community Center; Mrs. Folk, pool
president of a Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah and oftktl
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Harry B. Smith, former prt\
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; and Baml
Siege I. past president of the Civic League of Miami Beaci
James McDonnell was chairman of the event which helped to J
launch Commissioner Folk s reelection campaign.
Morton Towers Chapter R*N* Left Lecture
The Morton Towers Chspter of
Hadassah will meet on Monday.
Msy 11 at 11:30 a.m. at the
American Savings. Alton and
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. A
Fire Department representative
will speak on fire prevention.
Rabbi Zev Leff will deliver bi-
annual lecture at Young Israeld
Greater Miami on May 9 at 5 45
p.m. The topic will be the
"Mitzvah of Kiddush Hashem'
Following the lecture, special
prayer will be recited, followed
Kiddish.
by
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Rabbi Abramowitz Honored With
30 Anniversary Testimonial
I Three decades of service to
lemple Menorah of Miami Beach
Yd to the South Florida Jewish
W general communities will be
aarked Saturday night. May 16,
LtheCarillon Hotel at 8:30p.m.
then members of his 700-family
Wregation pay tribute to
HTbi mayer Abramowite.
Another Temple Menorah vice
[.resident. Dr. George S. Wise.
,13 selected as honorary
__uan of the tribute to Rabbi
Abramowitz Dr. Wise is life
Ihancellor and founding
tsident of Israel's Tel Aviv
;niversity. former chairman of
_ board of Hebrew University
^Jerusalem and a member of the
nwmational board of governors
bfHifa University.
When Rabbi Abramowitz
pted the call to become
Diritual leader of North Shore
kwish Center in 1961 im-
diately after his return from
exciting years in post-war
ope the current site of
temple Menorah, Dickens
ftvenue and 75th Street, was still
I barren center of sand dunes.
The growth of the
egation from 20 families to
It* current 700 was steady, and
fj 1954 the main sanctuary was
lit and serving the rapidly
ring North Shore population.
1959, the name was changed
i reflect Temple Menorah and
bbi Abramowitz's growing
iture in the community at
Rabbi Abramowitz was born in
Jerusalem, but moved to the
L'nited States as a child and
kraduated from Yeshiva
tniversity in New York with BA
egree before earning a Master's
Jegree from the Jewish
Geological Seminary of America
irh-in 1945.
With World War II in ita
posing year. Rabbi Abramowiz
then only 22 years old was
pmmissioned as a chaplain in
't United States Army and sent
Iceland. For four months he
ved both Army and Air Force
uts in the major United States
e, Iceland Base Command.
But with the end of the war in
My. 1945. and the discovery of
fc full extent of the Hitler
polocaust. Rabbi Abramowitz.
sent to Germany where he
pMd the Third Infantry
Tsion He dedicated Ger-
ny s first postwar synagogue
1 March. 1946. in Marburg, and
* the time had enlisted in the
W Brichah organization.
Bnchah planned an organized
Pe of hundreds of thousands
rr.., Jewish survivors of
[h EurPe- witn the flight
UfW* mission sending the
[|drul who lived while six
LkTYdied to the Jewh state
pen became independent Israel
| May. 1948.
I Rabbi Abramowitz was named
the only U.S. army chaplain in
*""> the virtually destroyed
B flNazi nnany. and he
Eu ,both American and
P'sh Jewish servicemen who
"* interference by the
Z\ll Union with the
gPion of Germany and
m.He also served in the U.S.
Ration army in Austria,
g1 nt he'ped even more Jews
P*pe DP camp, for Israel.
Id. If4?' IUbbi AbramowiU
fended his army service, for
kad., gg**'** t Com-
F*ion Ribbon and other
E and joi,MK, Joint
nution Committee. The
named him Chief
Volunteers Honored At
Miami Jewish Aged Home
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F* Monument section. I
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Rabbi Abramowitz
Emigration Officer for Italy, and
for the next three years, he
helped with the final clearing of
the display persons camps
throughout Europe. Italy was the
primary funnel to both Cyprus, a
stopping-off place, and Israel.
It was in 1947. while in Berlin,
that Rabbi Abramowitz met his
wife, Rachel, a survivor of the
Holocaust who today hold's a
Doctor's degree. So does the
rabbi, who received the Doctor of
Divinity degree from the
Seminary, his alma mater, in
1970.
The Abramowitz family have
three children Dahlia
Oppenheimer of North Miami,
David Abramowitz, a Coral
Gables attorney, and Reena
Greenberg. recently married and
living in nearby Bay Harbor
Islands.
Today Rabbi Abramowitz
serves as national co-chairman of
the Rabbinic Cabinet of State of
Israel Bonds and as a member of
the Rabbinical Advisory
Committee of the national United
Jewish Appeal. He is a national
trustee of the American Friends
of Haifa University, a member of
the board of directors of the
Miami chapter of the Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology.
Rabbi Abramowitz is chairman
of the execuvuve committee for
Florida of the Jewish National
Fund, chairman of special events
for Israel Bonds in Dade and
Broward counties and a member
of the Clergy Dialogue Com-
mittee sponsored by the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews.
He has been active in support
of the American Red Cross,
Community Chest, United Fund
and a myriad of other non-
sectarian ageciea.
For the past 25 years, he has
visited Israel at least once a year,
and he and Rachel maintain a
year-round apartment in his
native Jerusalem.
His peers have honored him
twice by electing him president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, and has been
president for the entire
Southeastern United States of
the Rabbincial Assembly of
America.
Currently, he serves as
national co-chairman of the
prestigious Israel Affairs
Commitee of the Rabbincial
Assembly, and has spoken across
the land on behalf of the State of
Israel for Israel Bonds, UJA,
JNF and her major institutions
of higher learning.
Reservations for the dinner
and dance may be made at the
Temple office.
Announcement of the 30th
anniversary testimonial to Rabbi
Abramowitz was made by
Temple Menorah President Joel
Gray.
Gray announced the ap-
pointment of Sid Savelle, im-
mediate past president of Temple
Menorah, and George
Feldenkreis, a vice president of
the synagogue, as co-chairman of
the event which will include
dancing to a society orchestra.
The 225 active volunteers at
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged will be
honored at a special awards
luncheon on Monday, May 11. A
total of 2,746 hours were
"donated" this year by these men
and women.
Edward Shapiro, a vice
president of the Home, will
address the luncheon, along with
Maurice Sherman, president of
the Residents' Council. Marc
Lichtman, an associate director
of the Home, will present the
Volunteer of the Year Award.
"We think of our volunteers as
an extension of our staff," Mr.
Lichtman said. "They are
therapeutic, emotionally sup-
portive; they provide diversional
activity and instill hope in the
residents."
Volunteers work in a variety of
capacities throughout the long-
term care facility and community
outreach programs. Clerical
assistants, day care aides, and
gift shop sales are some of the
unconventional positions manned
by volunteers. Artists and
craftsmen visit the Home
regularly sharing their talents at
string art, woodworking, and
metal jewelry.
Other volunteers write letters,
shop, and are friendly visitors.
Organized ladies and men's
clubs, discussion groups, and
Jewish culture classes are
conducted by volunteers.
Monthly birthday parties,
holiday celebrations, and cocktail
parties are sponsored by
volunteers from one of the
Home's five auxiliaries and the
Men's Club.
Each volunteer at the luncheon
will receive gifts from the staff
and residents of the Home.
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged is a leader
in the field of geriatric service.
Ann Berner, volunteer coor-
dinator and personnel director,
said the volunteer structure has
contributed to this high quality
of care for which the Home is
noted.
JFCS Women Meeting
The annual meeting of the
Women's Committee of Jewish
Family and Children's Service
was held Wednesday, May 6 at
the home of Mrs. Franks Giller,
4500 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach.
The agenda includes planning
for next year's support of Jewish
Family and Children's Service
activities by the Committee.
A major concern will be the
development of a "Blueprint for
Family Survival." Judge
Seymour Gelber of the Juvenile
Court will discuss his ob-
servations and concerns about
the juvenile justice system and
the problems which bring chil-
dren to the attention of the court.
Mrs. Shirley Schraub, Committee
President, and David Saltman,
JFCS Executive Director, will
comment on the agency's efforts
in support of families.
A slate of officers for the 1981-
82 year will be submitted to the
membership. The Women's Com-
mittee, with a membership of ap-
proximately 250, is a major sup-
porting organization of the Jew-
ish Family and Children's
Service.
Torah Fund Party
LA Torah Fund Party will be
Id in conjunction with the Sis-
terhood meeting of Temple Beth
Tov on Tuesday, May 12 at 8
p.m. Rabbi Nathan Bryn will
elaborate on the purpose of
"Torah Fund"; how the money is
'allotted for the welfare of future
I Rabbis and Cantors.
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Mayor Proclaims Bond Sabbath Temple Judea Honors Milk
Mayor Murray Meyerson ha
proclaimed May 8-10 as "Israe
Bond Sabbath." in celebration of
Israel's 33rd year of in-
dependence and has called on the
people of Miami Beach to take
part in the drive to assure the
development and growth of
Israel.
Mayor Meyerson urged friends
of Israel in Miami Beach to
participate "fully and
wholeheartedly" in the campaign
lo strengthen Israel's economy
through the purchase of Israel
Bonds. He noted widespread
support for the upbuilding of
Israel, saying:
"For the past thrity-three
years, we have watched with
sympathy and understanding the
massive effort of the people of the
State of Israel to build a modern
democracy and a viable
economy."
The proclamation take note of
the central role played by
synagogues and temples in
Jewish life and in providing
Israel with the economic aid it
has required to build the country.
At the same time. Mayor
Meyerson pointed to the new
responsibilities assumed by
Israel in the wake of the signing
of the peace treaty with Egypt,
requiring the rebuilding of the
Negev and the redeployment of
populations from the Sinai to the
Negev.
Israel's Independence Day it
an occasion for "our citizens of al
faiths ... to celebrate this day
with all men' of goodwill who
pray for peace in the Middle
F.ast." said Mayor Meyerson.
Blood Bank
On Sunday. May 17th. bet
ween 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. the
John Elliott Bloodmobile will be
at the Temple Beth Am social
hall. 5950 North Kendall Drive.
The community blood drive will
help to supply the area hospitals,
where 400 pints of blood are
needed daily.
Israel's City of Peace Award
will be pr.-s.nled to Harvey and
Phyllis Miller at the Temple
Judea Salute to Israel Brunch
scheduled for Sunday. May 17.
10:30 p.m.. in the Temple judea
Soda! Hall
According to chairmen of the
event. Judge Gerald and Irene
Kogan. the Millers have long
baan active in Jewish communal
affairs and are richly deserving of
the high honor.
Miller is President of Temple
Judea and has held numerous
leading positions within the
congregation. He is a Past
President of the HilleJ Com
munity Relations Board and the
Young Leadership Cabinet of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mrs. Miller has been active
with the Temple Judea
Sisterhood and is a board
member of the South Dade
Harvey and Phylhs tfflfa,
Jewish Community Center She
[I a member of the Nation^
Council of Jewish Women and
served on the Temple Board of
Trustees
Special guest will be Eddie
Schaffer. well known Jewish
humorist
Israel Bonds Honors Berlin
Miami Beach Mayor Murray Meyerson (left) proclaims Israel
Bonds Sabbath May 8-10 and presents City of Miami Beach
proclamation to Sam Cohen, chairman of the high-rise cam-
paign of the Israel Bonds Organization. Cohen is a resident of
Tower 41.
JWV Auxiliary Meets Thursday
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans South
Dade Post 778. will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday
evening. May 14th at 8 p.m. on
the second floor of Hardee's
(S.W. 107th Avenue and North
Kendall Drive in the Shopping
Mall).
Terry Stafford. president,
announces that plans will be
made for the delegates and
Why
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Over
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Gourmets have always known that! That's why
they buy tiny peas. Tiny baby lamb chops. And
the same goes for tea leaves. The most flavorful
are the tiny young leaves. The kind of leaves
Tetley packs into every tea bag. That's why hot
or iced, Tetley Tea gives you rich, refreshing
flavor. Tetleythe favorite tea in Jewish homes
since 1875.
alternates who will be attending
the Department of Florida
convention in June. Plans will
also be completed for social
affairs to be held during the
summer months instead of
regular meetings.
Sol Stafford. Post Commander,
announces that the Post will
meet at the same lime
Shalom a Installs
The Shaloma Chapter of
Hadassah will have their final
seasons meeting and installation
of new officers on Wednesday.
May 13 at 12 noon at the Hadas-
sah Office, Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Mrs. Jean Feinberg.
president, will install the officers
South Florida developer
George Berlin has been named to
receive Israel's Peace Medallion
at the annual State of Israel
Tribute Dinner to be held jointly
by the South Florida Builders
and the State of Israel Bonds
Organization
The event is slated for Wed-
nesday. May 27, 8:00 p.m.. at the
Turnberry Isle Country Club
Berlin has l>een overall project
diractm for the Turnberry Isle
Development, as well as the
Aw-ntura Mall
Chairman of the event. Sanford
B Miot. noted that the South
Florida Builders and Allied
Trades Division of the Israel
lionds Organization has always
demonstrated "a unique
solidarity and dedication to
Israel's economic development
and to her people through the
Israel Bonds program." He said
that Berlin has been a
distinguished and respected
member of the building industry
and has worked tirelessly to
foster Israel's economy
Berlin served on the Gover-
nor's Knergy Advisory Council to
the Public Service Commission
and as Executive Vice-President
of the Concerned Citizens of
North Dade He is We President
(irorge Hrrlin
of the Builders AssociatkM South
Florida and a director of the
Home Builders \-., ution
He is a member of the
Gowning Council of the
American Jewish Coagnei and
served as Vice President and
Treasurer of Temple Sinai of
North Dade
Special (deal It the dinner will
be Hon Avraham Harman.
President of the Hebrew
I'niversilv of Jerusalem and
former Israeli Ambassador tothe
United Stab
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iuard Shapiro, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Mount
\nai and Alvin Goldberg, Executive Vice President, surround
U Sustaining Board of Fellows President, Flora Aranson.
Flora Aranson President
Sinai Board of Fellows
Flora Aranson. a member of
ie Board of Mt. Sinai Medical
nter s Sustaining Board of
Allows for six years, was
entry installed as President.
(lowing Marjorie Robbins. who
^!d the office for two years. Also
cted as Sustaining Board
liars are William Multack.
st Vice President; Gerald
Libert. D.D.S.. Second Vice
sident; Markus Frankel. Sec-
iry and Edward Harris.
easurer.
The Sustaining Board is a
aining ground for future
stees at Mount Sinai Medical
enter. Members of the Board
ktend regular meetings where
bey learn about the medical
fcnter, participate on Board of
trustees committees. and
come involved in various
projects in the hospital, including
their annual scholarship fund for
sons and daughters of hospital
employees.
In addition to the officers,
those elected to the Executive
Board include Herbert Blumberg,
Robert Frehling, James Hauser,
Laurie Holtz, Howard Lundy.
Kurlc Rifas, Marjorie Robbins,
Laurence Schantz, Michael
Shapiro, William Shockett, Barry
Siegel. Laurie Silvers, Amy
Steele. Harry Susskind, Pablo
Tachmes. M.D.. Arleen Winer.
Reinaldo Winer and David Zinn.
Members of the Board enjoyed a
cocktail party at the Bay Har-
bour home of outgoing president
Marjorie Robbins and her
husband. Dr. Larry Robbins. as
part of the informal installation
ceremonies.
Romer Heads JM Advertising
Gerald W. Romer has been ap
ointed Vice President-Director
Advertising Jordan Marsh.
onda. William S. Ruben.
ftairman of the Board has
nnounced Mr. Romer, a grad-
w of Columbus College of Art
nd D?sign with a Bachelor of
[me Arts Degree. Division of
IdvertisinK and Merchandising.
mn his retail career at H.S.
W Co. in 1972. He joined
Mm Shillito Co. in Cincinnati,
bd served as Assistant Art
ctor and Special Projects
MnaKer before becoming Broad
F Manager for Rich's in
Jtlanta
Gerald H' Homer
i )
p Workmen's Circle Branch 699 had a unique way of thank-
p its outgoing officers at a recent installation luncheon held at
Embassy Restaurant by sponsoring an annual Histardrut
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Millers Host Ceders Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller
were gracious hosts to more than
50 guests who attended a cocktail
party to kick-off LA FIESTA,
this years fund-raising benefit
for Cedars of Lebanon Health
Care Center.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller are chair-
men, along with Mr. and Mrs.
George Feldenkreis, of LA
FIESTA which will be held at the
Fontainebleau Hilton on Friday,
June 5, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Co-Chairmen Dr. and Mrs.
Ildefonso Mas and Mr. and Mrs.
John H. O'Neil, Jr. all attended
the kick-off party. Mr. O'Neil is
Cedars' Board President. Dr. and
Mrs. Cesar Conde. also co-
chairmen, are presently vacation-
ing in Peru but will be back in
time to host the Underwriting
Party for LA FIESTA on Tues-
day. May 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Brandeis
LA FIESTA Committee
members who attended the kick-
off party included: Robert J.
Bigge, Cedars' Executive
Director, and his wife; Frederick
De La Mata; Mrs. Mercy Diaz-
Miranda; Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Feltman, Dr. and Mrs. Mariano J
Garcia, Mrs. Arthur Horowitz,
Mrs. Donald Lefton, Mr. and
Mrs. Gustavo Lopez-Munoz, Dr.
Melvin A. Mackler, Mrs. Martha
Mishcon, Dr. Staffan R. Nord-
qvist. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Olem-
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rosenblatt, Dr. and Mrs. A.
Frederick Schild, Dr. and Mrs
Lawrence Wheatman, and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman.
Other guests were: Mrs.
Charles Allison, Ms. Mariteri
Bonich of Vanidades; Diario's
Joaquin De Posada, Ian Glass
and his wife, Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Frehling, Jane Penning-
ton of Vida, Lester Goldstein and
his wife, Bella, of Miami News;
Walter Leibowitz and his wife,
Rhoda, of Winner's Circle; Felix
Stark, Sun Reporter publisher,
and his wife; and Betty Wick-
wire, also of Sun Reporter.
Event
Dr. Harry W. Weisberger,
former chairman of the speaker's
bureau for the "Physicians In-
stitute for the Study of Aging" at
the University of Miami, will
highlight a program for the cele-
bration of the 33rd anniversary of
the State of Israel, at the next
meeting of the Brandeis District,
Zionist Organization of America,
to be held Sunday, May 10 at
1:30 p.m. at the North Shore
Activity Center at 73 Street and
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Dr. Weisberger is presently
serving as co-chairman for the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith of Florida and is also a
member of the Florida Region
Executive Committee.
Louis Hoberman, President of
the Brandeis District, has named
Henry Salus, Albert Shulman,
Fannie Rest, Louis Suchman,
Albert Rosenberg, Benjamin
Jaffee and Thelma Sheckter to
serve on the Celebration 33 Com-
mittee.
Cedars' Board President, John H. O'Neil, Jr. and his wife, both
LA FIESTA Co-Chairmen, Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Feltman,
and Mrs. A. Frederick Schild, President of Cedars' Auxiliary,
at the Kick-Off Cocktail Party on April 29.
Dr. Lawrence Wheatman, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Olemberg, Mrs.
George Feldenkreis, Cedars' LA FIESTA Chairman; Mrs.
Charles Allison, and Mr. and Mrs. Moises Chorowsky, at the
Kick-Off Cocktail Party.
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What a Wonderful Combination.
nolarship in honor of each of their outgoing officers. Pictured
'ove are (left *~ **> '___-"- u..~.* Unr nioihermnn.
to right) Morris Hurwich; Max Gleiberman,
urman; Irving Gordon, Southern Regional Director of
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Friday May 8.19g|
Rabbi Haskell M Bernat (left), new senior spiritual leader of
Temple Israel and Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein, will present an
original service written by Rabbi Bernat at Friday evening ser-
vices at the downtown Temple.
A t a recent meeting held at the Holiday Inn, plans were made for the American Friends of the
Hebrew University Mission being held in Jerusalem from June 27 to July 10. Finalizing plans
(seated left to right) Mrs. Arthur and Dr. Arthur Yarman, Mrs. Otto (Evelyn) Steiber. tour
representative executive, Michael Stolowitsky. and Mrs. Bertha Goldberg.
Leon Segal will be guest
speaker at the Jewish "Cul-
tural-Winkle" monthly meet-
ing, Thursday, May 14 at
10:30 am. at Temple Ner
Tamid. He will speak on "Na-
tional Jewish aspirations as
reflected through Jewish
Music."
Lehrman Center
The Belie Lehrman Youth
Center of Temple Emanu-el
announces registration is open
for its summer activities
program.
The summer program is from
June 22 to August 14, and is open
to children ages 3 through 14,
with a special counselor in
traning program for ninth
graders.-
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25 sailboats. 3 motorboats. 4 indoor Bruns-
wc bowling lanes, canoe trips, baseball
eketbeii waterskiing. drama and denes.
karate, fencing, rocketry, hem radio, archery,
photography and gymnastics are just some
of the many fascinating activities available'
Ages 5 to 16 Fees include air fare.
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So Bell Pays Record Tax
Southern Bell's local ad valor-
em tax bill for 1960 has set a
record in Dade County.
The check to Dade County for
more than $21.3 million is the
highest tax payment ever made
by Southern Bell, Dade County's
largest taxpayer. This year's tax
bill represents an increase of
almost $2 million over the 1979
taxes. Ad valorem taxes are
levied on a company's real and
personal property.
The check was presented on
the last day for paying the 1980
taxes.
Company spokesman Mark
Wilson said that the last day
payment was done in order to
avoid the cost of short-term
money. He added that the
present money market conditions
make the discount for early
payment uneconomical because
savings would be less than the
cost of money.
Ch P ??3* '? the new ChaP*1 of Riverside Memorial
Chapels serving North and West Broward County at 6701 wZ
Commercial Boulevard, Tamarac. are these principals in Z
dedicator, ceremonies. From left are Rabbi Albert S Troy of
Sunrise Jewish Center. Rabbi Jacob Nislick of West Broward
and Leo Hack, vice president of Riverside, presided at thtdtdi-
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+Jewlstithrkm*n
Technion Chapter Installs Slate
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.Anita Helfand (center) Chairman of Sisterhood Conference '81
Iis flanked by Carol Goss, Sandy Oser and Rochelle Baltuch,
\Fbrida Branch President.
ILocal Sisterhood Leaders
itend Branch Conference
Pearl Edelson, president of the
rfollte Kahaner Sisterhood, Beth
forth Congregation will lead a
lelegation of Sisterhood
Members attending the Annual
onference of the Florida Branch
Women's League for Con-
rrvative Judaism, to be held at
ayfront Concourse in St.
etersburg. May 17-19.
The Annual Conference is
ned to brief leadership of
Conservative Synagogue
^isurhood on issues and action
r the coming year.
The Florida Branch is one of 28
^ranches affiliated with Women's
lie Among topics to be
pscussed at Conference plenums
nd small group sessions are:
he Family and Its Future, The
Jewish Life Cycle. World Affairs,
hew Trends In America. Social
ssues and Programs for Youth.
Dvorah Rosenberg. National
Chairman of Adult Education for
I omen's League will serve as
onsultant and Keynote speaker.
'". Rosenberg has served as
Jucation Chairman for Greater
Miami Chapter of Hadassah.
I President and Education
Chairman for the Board of
^omen's Council of Greater
ladelphia Federation. She
ceived the distinguished service
ard from the American Heart
ciation. She moat recently
ved as National Chairman of
Jewish Family Living
Apartment for Women's
ue.
Sne is married to Rabbi
'"kov Rosenberg. Vice
Chancellor of the Jewish
[heological Seminary of
unenca
h addition to Sisterhood
PM'dent. Pearl Edelson. the
Sisterhood leaders who will
'tend the Annual Branch
inference are: Rochelle
Pearl Edelson
Baltuch, Florida Branch
President: Lorraine Martin,
Membership Vice President:
Sunya Aiken, Vice President at
Large: Florence Pivnick, Youth
Vice President: Ellen Weiner,
Social Secretary; Sylvia Glazier,
CEAC Vice President: Hedy
Gutman, Florida Branch
Financial Secretary; Shirley
Mandel, Visual Techniques
Chairman of Women's League;
Mildred Wolfstein. National Vice
President Florida Branch; Ethel
Schwartz; Branch Parliamen-
tarian: Miriam Feldstein,
Bulletin Editor: Henni Kiken,
Sunday School Chairman.
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism has a mem-
bership of 210,000 women,
enrolled in 810 sisterhoods af-
filiated with Conservative
Synagogue in the United State,
Candada, Mexico, Puerto Rico
and Israel. It is associated with
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America and dedicated to the
perpetuation of Traditional
Judaism in the home, Synagogue
and community.
The Miami-Coral Gables
Chapter, Women's Divison,
American Society for Technion,
announces its Installation of
Officers for 1981-83 at a luncheon
on May 8, Temple Zamora, Coral
Gables.
Olga Issenberg, born in
Chechoslovakia, a Holocaust
survivor, will be installed as
president by Rabbi Sol Landau.
In 1967 she received an award
from the Professional Business
Women as the "Woman of the
Year" in achievement of personal
development. She is past
JWV Auxiliary
223 Hold
Monthly Event
West Miami Auxiliary 223,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
its monthly meeting on Thurs-
day, May 7, at 8:15 p.m. at the
Ramblewood Club House. SW
137 Ave. and 66 St., Miami.
Newly installed President,
Ruth Herman, will conduct the
meeting. Program chairman,
Carol Marks, will present a
Mother's Day Program; Ella
Grossman will honor the
Auxiliary "Queen Bee," a mem-
ber who has brought in the most
members during the past year.
Also on the agenda will be a re-
port by Shirley Achtman on the
Auxiliary's recent Donor Dinner,
and a report by Florence Dondes
on the Post and Auxiliary's plans
for their Annual Memorial Day
Services to be held Sunday, May
24 at Cooper Park, West Miami.
Mrs. Herman will also provide
the refreshments for the first
meeting of her new ad-
ministration.
Special Musical
Tribute At
Bass Museum
As an appropriate conclusion
to "Judaica '81," the Bass
Museum of art is presenting a
program of Yiddish, Israeli and
Liturgical Music on Tuesday,
May 5, at 3 p.m. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh of Temple Beth Raphael,
Cantor Moshe Friedler of Temple
Beth Moshe and Maestro Shmuel
Fershko are the featured artists.
Cantor Breeh, well known in
this community for the past nine-
teen years, has given recitals and
concerts throughout the State of
Florida. Cantor Friedler, also
prominent concert artist, has
been the producer of many Yid-
dish shows. Accopanist, Maestro
Fershko, is an Israeli composer
and concert pianist.
Leibert To Head Temple Beth Am
Al Leibert was elected presi
'nt.of Temple Beth Am to serve
ihe forthcoming year.
liiIruUibert originally from
pe* Haven, Conn., and has lived
Vrfr F,orid* "ince 1966. He
Em '" EuroP during World
L7 V.T,th Cow***- Intelligence
r1 Military Government. He
P"W at the University of
LOTS*. received his
iS* ,? Der, 1 University, and also
>at Columbia University's
of Radio and Television.
" member of the Screen
reriw Gufld American
Rfffel of Radio and Tele-
* Artists.
H'e currtly associated with
iVk?82K ^ Estate Co.
President of Residential
"a was for snveral years a
r ttt the Beth Am Reli-
AI Leibert
gious School and served as
Chairman of the School Board
and various Beth Am com-
mittees.
Olga Issenberg
Temple Sinai
Picnic Marks
25th Year
As a prelude to the gala
evening of celebration at Temple
Sinai on May 17, the North Dade
Reform Congregation's Brother-
hood and Sisterhood are joining
forces in sponsoring a Picnic on
Sunday, May 10 on the Syna-
gogue grounds.
The picnic is an attempt to in-
volve the Synagogue's men.
women and children in acting out
the feeling of family that has
been the mark of Temple Sina:
since its beginnings in 1956.
Temple Sinai, North Dade's
Reform Congregation, is located
on seven wooded acres bordering,
on the Uleta River and the1
Sanctuary was built in 1969.
president of Torah Chapter of
Hadassah and is currently
program Vice-President. She is a
graduate of Florida International
University and active in Beth
David Synagogue Sisterhood.
Officers elected include
Chairperson of the Installation
Luncheon, Mildred Spirer:
Melanie Thurman, Education;
Eleanor Richman and Selma
Nayhouse, memberhship;
Eleanor Lieberman, Ways and
Means; Ethel Sernacker,
Program; Treasurer, Bea
Lieberman; Financial Secretary,
Sadie Fritz and Bea Finkelor;
Corresponding Sec., Goldie
Riess: Recording Sec., Carrie
Barancik; Parliamentarian,
Millie Brilliant; Chaplain, Ellen
Baum, Historian, Ann Goldberg;
Publicity, Mildred Schwartz.
Florence Baskin has been elected
president of the Florida Region of
the Women's Division American
Technion Society.
Minna Ellison is chairman of a
presentation following the
luncheon.
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+Jewish rtcrkMar
Friday May 8,1
Fontaine Mean Scene JNF Annual Bikurim
The Jewish National Fund An-
nual Bikurim Celebration will be
held Sunday. May 24 at 12 noon
at the Fontainebleau Hilton
Hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Foundation Chairman, and
Abraham Grunhut. President ot
the Greater Miami JNF. jointly
announced.
Awards of Achievement will be
presented to the 1980-81
Honorees and to exceptional
leaders and workers who have
excelled and have exemplified the
highest degree of dedication and
devotion to the Jewish National
Fund. "It is a most beautiful tra-
dition." said Rabbi Mayer Abra-
mowitz. Chairman of the Execu-
tive Board, "that those who give
of themselves should be rec-
ognized in special tribute. It is in
keeping with Jewish tradition to
give honor unto whom honor is
due."
Moe Levine. Chairman of the
Executive Board. JNF Southern
Region will present a specially
orepared musical program under
.he direction of Shmuel Fershko.
rhe function is open to the
public.
The Bikurim Luncheon Com-
mittee includes
Rabbi Mayer Abramowtu. Mr and
Mrs. Hy Akop. Mr and Mr*. Lou Aron
on. Prof Andre S BlaJoienkl. Lester
Blgelman. Cantor Saul H Breeh. Mr
and Mrs Georje Brodle. Lean Buda.
Shmuel Fershko. Florence Flederman.
Bertha Fox. Mr and Mrs Marcua
Fuchs. Irving Garber, Ann Garflnkal.
Toby Glass man. Mr and Mrs. Morris
Grauer Abraham Grunhut. Mr and
Mrs Isidore Hammer. Sophie Haapei
Joseph Hill. Mr and Mrs Morris Hon>
iti Rose Kaas. Bernard Kats. Rae
Kaufman, Rebecca Kaufman. Keve
Kessler Zev W Koran. Shirley KoUn.
Mr and Mrs Harry Kroil Mr and Mrs
Lon Kronhelm. Sam Kusnets, Rabbi
David Lehrfleld. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man. Rose Letter
Moe Levin Mr and Mrs Julius
Levine. Clara Maser. Augusta lOusl
Menu. Leo Mlndlln. Mr and Mrs David
Moakowttx. Klsie Nussbaum. Mr and
Mrs Sam Pasooe. Birdie Pomper.
Miriam Press. Mr and Mrs Moe
Relffen Isidore Rlffkln. Maurice Rob
bin. Cella Rosenblatt. Frieda Sack
Ernest Samuels. Abe Savelle. Oscar B
Schaplro. Igor Schultx. Leon Schuster
Kathy Schwarx. Oscar Shapiro. Mr. and
Mrs Israel Schwartz. Thelma Sheckter
Bernard Silver. Doris Skol. Mr and
Mrs Joshua Stadlan. Gussle Tabach.
Freida Tobey. Gertrude Weber. Ida
Weasel. Mr and Mrs George Wind. Sid
Wladaver AnnZuckeman
Florida Young Leaders Hold UJA Retreat
More than 80 young Jewish
leaders will participate in the
fourth annaul United Jewish Ap-
peal Young Leadership Retreat.
May 15 17. at the Orlando
Hyatt Hotel. Kissimmee. Fla.
The theme of the retreat, joint-
ly sponsored by the UJA Young
Leadership and Young Women's
Leadership Cabinets, is "The Joy
of Judaism: A Celebration of
Life." Kenneth Hoffman of
Miami and Detra Kay of West
Palm Beach are Co-Chairmen of
the three-day event.
Participants will examine ma-
jor issues facing the Jewish peo-
ple of Florida and the Sunbelt as
well as issues and problems
affecting Jews in Israel and
throughout the world, and the
impact of these issues on the
UJA 1982 fundraising campaign.
Scholar in residence for the event
is Jerome Hornblass. past Young
Leadership Chairman for the
UJA of Greater New York,
former New York City Com-
missioner for Alcohol and Drug
Rehabilitation, and currently a
Criminal Court Judge in New
York.
Morton Silberman. UJA I
Florida Regional Chairman and a
National Vice Chairman of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC). will be a
special guest speaker.
The retreat will be highlighted
by series of workshops on topics
such as anti-Semitism. U.S. for-
eign policy, community budgets
and allocations, and campaign
needs and tools. The retreat also
will feature special Jewish pro-
gramming for children between
the ages of five and 13, a cocktail
reception and Saturday evening
barbeque.
Hirt Keynotes White House Conference
Speaking to a gathering of
some 1.100 people attending the
two-day White House Conference
on Aging in Dearborn, Mich..
Fred D. Hirt called for a more
balanced system for developing
criteria to serve the nation's
elderly. Mr. Hirt. who is the
Executive Director of the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital foi
the Aged, was a keynote speake
at the State-wide Conference
which was held April 29-30 to
elect 20 delegates to the National
White House Conference, and to
amend and ratify policy re-
commendations which will be
presented in Washington by the
Michigan delegation. The theme
of the conclave was "The 80's
A Decade to Explore Your Own
Aging."
Other keynote speakers at the
Conference were Michigan
Governor William G. Milliken
and Lieutenant Governor James
H Brickley
In his address, Mr. Hirt chal-
lenged the group, who represent
ed service providers and mem-
bers of an) elderly population that
numbers some 1.3 million in
Michigan, to break from tra-
ditional stereotypes and to
change the role of the older adult
to a positive and contributory
one. "I believe." he said, "the
previously held sacred tenets of
production as a measure of
success are being complemented
and surplanted by humanistic
values.
"Who do we designate as a
priority to receive the social anc"
health services when our re
sources cannot keep pace wit1
need." he said. "There are n
models in our past experience fc
dealing with all of the ram.
fications of emerging life pattern:
and their impact on society. Yet
we must make hard choices, such
as: Is age alone a criterion to
receive service?. Should entitle-
ment programs include some in-
come eligibility?, and How much
is 'quality of life' worth?"
Senior
Citizens Meet/
The Florida Senior Citizens
Club No. 3. will hold its meeting
m its clubrooms on Wednesday,
May 13 at 12:30 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Lee Hatch who
will discuss social conditions in
Jamaica and Cuba and will pre-
sent elides. Ross Lukoff ia club
FredD Hirt
Fred Hirt heads an agency that
provides comprehensive services
for 376 elderly people in the long-
term care facility and for some
14.000 clients through com-
munity outreach services. The
community programs of the
Miami Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged are designed to
help keep the elderly active and
independent in their community
for as long as possible, utilising
institutional beds only when
necessary Mr. Hirt is a member
of the Commission on Aging of
the Florida Governor's Confer-
ence, as well as a former chair-
man of the Florida State Nursing
Home Ombudsman Committee of
the Department of Health and
Rehabilitative Services. He ia an
active member of a number of
local, state, and national pro-
fessional associations, and was
chairman of the 1971 White
House Conference on Aging
Committee on Spiritual Well-
being.
Phyllis MUsr, Eugene Massin, David MiUer, and Anita Lifter
rnLlV* '""St P^8ent af.the /*ni8 of an art exhibition
called Scenes m the Concert Hall by artist Eugene Massin. The
exhibition m the Lowe Levinson Art Gallery of Temple Beth
Sholom, under the direction of Judy Drucker, will end May 15
Luha and James Resnick opened their home on Palm Island for
ar B\8 OfffpaHor meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federations 1981 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund. Pictured (left to right): James and Lidia
Resnick; Yehuda Blum, Israeli Ambassador to the United
Nations and special guest speaker.
Mapping plans for the upcoming Annual Awards Luncheon*!
the South Florida Council of Pioneer Women are, fnmtbJ
Leah Benson, vice president of the council Harriet Grrtn
president of the council and Lillian Hantman, national iZw
member. ^"u
Pioneer Women
Council Awards
Annual Awards Day Luncheon
and installation of officers of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida will be held at 12 noon
Tuesday. May 19, in the Fontaine
Room of the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel in Miami Beach.
Harriet Green, president of the
council representing more than
26 chapters and dubs in Dads
and Broward Counties, said more
than 100 members of the or-
ganization, also known ss the
Women's Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of Amencs. will be
honored st the luncheon. Mrs.
Green will chair the event.
Reservations may be madtit
the offices of the Pioneer Woma
Council. Margot Bergthtl.
treasurer of the council, is a
charge of reservations.
One of the highlights of tat
luncheon wul be a special musical
presentation, "Jerusalem of
Gold," by maestro Shmuel
Fershko. Fershko. musical di-
rector of Temple Emanu-B of
Greater Miami and of the Jewish
National Fund, was one of Is-
rael's foremost composers and
conductors during the formative
of the Jewish State.
Temple Zion Installs Officers
Joseph S. Zipper, active in
community affairs, was installed
SS president of Temple Zion.
Zipper, a CPA, ia a University
of Miami graduate, ia a partner in
the firm of Oppenheim, Appel,
Dixon 4 Co., and a member of the
American Institute of CPA'a.
Florida Institute of CPA's,
Westcheeter Optimist Club and
West Kendall Optimist Club
Zipper, who has served as
president of the Westchester
Lion's Club and Westchester
Optimist Club, has been an active
member of Temple Zion's Men's
Club, Board of Directors and
Executive Board of the Temple
as Financial Secretary.
Other Temple officers installed
Herman M Berber Exec Vies Prae..
Dorothy Brown. Educational Vic*
Pret Gerald GokMsro Membership
Vies Pr*t Franklin O. Kreufrer. R4l
gout Vic* Pre* Harvey Schertel.
Ways 4. Meant vice Pres Serf Fried
man. Youth Vice Pret David C Boat.
Treasurer Arthur Btoom. Recording
Secty Bobbi Thaler, Corresponding
Secty Leonard Suttman. Legal Secty
The Temple Board of Directors were
Sheldon Bon, Robert L. Boyer, Jere
N Chalt. Marshall H Cohen, Bobby S.
Friedman. Sybil Greenttein, Al Kaplan,
Cynthia Mackler. Kitty Plltkin. Ellas
Rlmland. Letter Rogert, Letter Rosen
berg, Bernard Sprecher, Norms worn",
ln M Zipper, for a 1 year term, and
Judge a Henry Andeweit. Sharon Boas.
Sheila Chalt, Arthur Cohen. Or Gerald
Joseph Zipper
tnerfeld. Leonard HSTrtJ. fgJJ
Kagan, Judith Kreufltr. on*id
Max Lebow, Andrew r*''*^**?
SlruM. David Sostchm. Emmd* ""
Leon Thaler, for l year terms
Alto installed on the S.ster Bag**
Board were Kathy Rocxman. SMnj"
Boas. Eileen Wcxson. *''';"*
man, Melissa Schwsm Myrni *"
Honey Cohen. Harriett* RotM**
Natalie Rosenberg. Jd Lu0"i'
Mildred Serots, Marilyn Gilr
On th* Men's Club Executive **"
Bob Sirull UJSJ
Rashx.nd. Staik*
CftucK R0C
wereDavid Cohen.
Andeweit, Harvey
Glaier. Elias Rimlsnd. .
man. Solly Kagan, Alv.n f"tamm'
Lester Rogers and Marc Marcus.
Harold Beck President FAFM
Harold Beck has been named
Pfssidsnl of the Florida Associa-
tion of Furniture Manufacturers.
He is president of Dixie Bedding
Company.
The Florida Association of
Furniture Manufacturers ia
state-wide industry organization,
founded in 1962. whose member-
ship includes manufacturers and
suppliers to the furniture in-
dustry.
Beck is serving in s position
which he also held in the 1960a.
Other officers and directors
spearheading the FAFM in 1981
are Edward M. Salomon, Jr., of
Spring Air Mattress Company,
Hialeah. vice president; Murray
Kay, Kimberly Furniture,
Hialeah, secretary; Dennis
Lentin, Paladin l.a,mpRafa
Corp., Miami, treasurer; and
Directors Mas Friedman, of
Harold Beck p-
Gsnsral Mka Corpora^
Martin of PP*Y _. of
Furniture; Camuo J^JJ^
Csmilo Mueble.; **&
KoniJjTaberg of Kane s M-
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nn of the Board Edward Shapiro, left, and Executive
president Alvin Goldberg, far right, join outgoing and in-
Women's Cancer League presidents, Mrs. Ira (Eva)
on and Mrs. Murry (Helene! Koretzhy at their installa-
icheon.
Women's Cancer League
Installs New Regime
Women's Cancer League
imi Beach installed a new
of officers, led by the
President, Mra. Murry
Koreuky, at their April
i.
Ida (Kva Don) Liberson,
president, took the
on of the installation
on to review the group's
over her two years in
i which included the largest
ever to Mount Sinai
Center of a total of
with $208,000. of that
been raised during this
The membership of the
I organization has grown
and Helene Koretzky "
I to bring it over the 1,000
Cancer League still has a
luncheon meeting at the
planned for May 8th.
they start back to
in the Fall, they'll be
together a membership
featuring a brunch for all
embers in November in the
lof the new President.
Temple Judea Elects Officers
fcw slate Officers and Board
>stees were elected at the
I Judea Annual Meeting.
are President Barry
Vice Presidents: Gail
Sun Rulbin, Gerald
Russell Silverman;
try Gail Jaffe; Financial
Mry Joe Greenberg;
per Andrew Weinstein.
to the Board are
Chiron, Susan Feingold,
Goldenblank, Zelda
on, David Magidson, Ethel
|y. Robert Picard. Morris
n. Laurel Shapiro.
11 Waldman and Richard
f Held over on the Board
[Don Bierman. Sanford
|J. Richard Goodman,
Jaffir. Ben Klein, Stan
Greta Munach, Victor
[and Su-ven Weissberg.
'ng Sisterhood President
Shapiro presented a
PO check from the
M to the Temple and
ved her nomination to the
f Directors of the
Federation of Temple
ds.
** officers will be in-
stalled at a Board of Trustees
Installation Service. Friday
evening. May 29.
Shalom Mizrachi
A Mothers Day celebration
and luncheon will be given by the
Shalom Chapter of Mizrachi
Women on Tuesday, May 12 at
100 Lincoln Rd., Club Room.
Luncheon will be served and en-
tertainment will feature Ida and
William Spitzkopf.
South Seas
0RT
The South Seas Chapter, ORT,
will hold their installation lun-
cheon on May 14 at 12:30 p.m. at
Vizcaya.
The chapter will participate in
the Israel 33 Celebration featur-
ing "The Chosen" world premier
motion picture on Monday. May
11, with proceeds going to ORT
School of Engineering in
Jerusalem.
CERTIFICATE
of Accomplishment
Because I have viewed and judged
the art of many hundreds of artists
as well as the art creations of
MARK SHBCTER
This is to certify that I consider Mar\ Shecter
THEFAUVE ]Vt^V] [^ISSE] OF TODAY
Also installed a new officers
were. Vice President: Mrs. I.ill
Blaaberg. Mrs. Sam (Reb) Rubin,
Mrs. Joseph (Bea) Katz, Mrs.
Michael (Ester) Green and Mrs.
Paul (Sylvia) Brown. Treasurer,
Mrs. Michael (Ester) Bright,
Secretaries, Mrs. Harry (Sylvia)
Burdeen. Mrs. Samuel (Ruth)
Charin, Mrs. Alex (Mary)
Hanson, Mrs. Herman (Sara)
Englander, Mrs. Adelle Levitt,
Mrs. Morton (Anita) Weiss and
Mrs. Razie Stretcher
Mrs. Liberson, who now joins
the advisory board of past
presidents was honored with a
lovely pin given by her sister-in-
law. Mrs. Michael (Esther)
Bright, long time Treasurer of
the group and a past president.
Also specially honored at the
luncheon were Mrs. Ceil Ross
Block. Mrs. Henry (Mickey)
Dworkin. and Mr. and Mrs.
Morry (Ann) Koven, whose
diligent planning and fundraising
efforts at the annual luncheon
helped raise record amounts for
Mount Sinai.
An critic mtlmlmlariam Or Afrml Wwrmr i. th, m*hor o/mmrtlhmm
twtMiibook^Hhmhclm^atmmmmmtmmitmt4eaatwn,amdltmi
FRED WERNER
Art Editor Certifies Sehecter
Artist Mark Shecter, a 1968
graduate of the University of
Miami, was issued a certificate
by noted art editor Dr. Alfred
Werner, naming him as the fauve
Matisse of today.
The late Dr. Werner, author of
21 art books and editor of the 16-
volume Encyclopedia Judaica,
wrote an impressive article about
Shecter comparing his work to
[such artists as Gauguin, Van
Gogh, Matisse, Chagall and
Sou tine.
Shecter's art has been exhib-
ited in 27 countries. When Vice
President George Bush was
American Ambassador to China,
he arranged an exhibition of
Shecter's paintings m Peking. In
addition, his work is owned by
private collectors worldwide
including Prime Minister I
Menachem Begin and Comedian
Johnny Carson. <
The Jewish Museum in New
York recently acquired two of the
urti.st's paintings entitled
Bouquet No. 1 and Bouquet No.
2. The Lowe Art Gallery of the .
University of Miami, the Cor-
coran Gallery of Art in Washing-
ton, the Rose Art Museum of
Brandeis University, the Wash-
ington County Museum and the
Lowe Art Center of Syracuse
University, all have Shecter
paintings in their collection.
BACKGROUND DATA
Ignatz Margareten, Shecter's
great grandfather founded the
Homwitz Margareten maUoh
firm in 1884 on the lower east side
of New York. The firm is still in
business. It is operated by
Mark's uncles.
Shecter's older brother, Alan,
is a national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Shecter's mother was, for nine
years, chairman of the Maryland
State Board of Motion Pictures.
She was then the top-ranking
woman official in Maryland.
Louis E. Shecter, father of
Mark, was for many years Na-
tional Co-chairman of the Com-
mission on International Affairs
of the American Jewish
Congress.
A bronze head of Woodrow
Wilson sculptured by Mark's
mother was acquired by the
Woodrow Wilson Foundation of
'he Smithsonian Institute this,
year.
ADL Presents Tax Seminar
Harry Zukernick, chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League's
Deferred Gifts Committee an-
nounces Melvin J. Jacobowitz, a
partner in the firm of Jacobowitz,
barlow & Trautman. of Miami
Beach, will speak about
"Revocable Trusts at an Estate
Planning Seminar for attorneys,
trust officers, accountants and
life underwriters, on Friday May
22 at 8 a.m. in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. The meeting is sponsored
by the Deferred Gifts Committee
of the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Jacobowitz, is a member of
the Advisory Committee of the
LI
J_ above at a recent function given by Burnett Bank to honor staff members serving with
n are from left to right, J. Edward Houston, President and chief executive officer;
1)*rn*r. Wc Chairman; Priscilla Jones, of Hollywood; Eileen Sturnick of Fort
^ ; Carol Nelson of Westchester, Dorothy Amorosa of Hollywood; Thomas Hughes of
? ad Carba J. Arboleya, Vice Chairman and chief operating officer of the Barnett
H*outh Florida.
New York University Institute
on Federal Taxation; member of
Executive Council, Tax Section
of the Florida Bar; LL.M.
(Taxation) and LL.B., N.Y.U.
Law Center; Adjunct Professor,
Graduate Tax Program,
University of Miami Law School
and Institute on Estate Plan-
ning.
Opti-Mrs. Club
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach will meet on Wednesday at
11:30 a.m. at the Top Draw. Mrs.
William Blatt is club president.
The program for the afternoon
will feature Vicki Burns who will
demonstrate aerobic dance and
exercise. Mrs. James Levenson is
program chairman.
Hadassah
Luncheon
The Lincoln Chapter of
Hadassah Miami Beach will
install their new officers on
Wednesday, May 27, at a kosher
box luncheon in the 100 Lincoln
Chibroom at noon. Nellie Weiss-
man is club president. In charge
of reservations is Tina Meises.
Lincoln
Chapter BB
The B'nai B'rith Women Lin-
coln Chapter 1288 will hold a
regular meeting on Wednesday,
May 13 at 11:30 a.m., at the
Lincoln Road Club Room.
Or Olom Elects
New Officers
Temple Or Olom installation of
officers for the year 1981-82, at
the Annual Congregation Meet-
ing which took place recently,
selected Linda Hornik, Presi-
dent; Alan Schulberg. Exec Vice
Pree.; Glorida Ginsberg, Educa-
tion Vice Pres.; Marvin Zalia,
Religious Vice Pree.; Paul Gins-
berg, Membership Vice Pres.;
Myrna Fistel. Youth Vice Presi-
dent; Norman Shwedel, Fund
Raising Vice Pres.; Dan Licker,
Financial Vice Pres.; Albert
Gleiberman. Financial Secretary;
Zelda Zalis, Corresponding
Secretary; Beth Schulberg,
Recording Secretary, and Martin
Hirsch. House and Grounds Vice
Pres.
Beth David
Holds B'nai
Mitzvah Class
The seventh adult class of the
Beth David Congregation held its
B'nai Mitzvah during the ser-
vices last week. Members of the
class included Carol Resnick,
Linda Spiegelman, Irene Wein-
berger, Joan Kobrin, Linda
Weisberg, Mildred Shuman,
Betsy Leder, Carole Horowitz,
Norman Lawrence, Mean Dell
Rothman, Clarke Shtrax and
Linda Kaplan. '


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Jewish Advertising Contributes
To Marketing Success
Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese ia commemorating the
100th anniversary of the product. The centennial celebration
was launched on Jan. 27 in New York City, the home state for
both the origin of cream cheese and the trademark Philadelphia.
At that time, top quality food products often originated in or
were associated with that Pennsylvania city and became known
as '' Philadelphia Quality.''
Originally adopted in 1880 by a New York distributor, the
trademark Philadelphia Brand for cream cheese and its special
manufacturing process were later acquired by the Phenix Cheese
Company which merged with Kraft in 1928.
Advertising has contributed importantly to the brand's
marketing success for many years. The earliest ad still on file is
one from 1923 headlined: "Two New Cream Cheese Salads Suit
able for A Good. Satisfying Supper." This ad was executed in
Yiddish by Joseph Jacobs Organization which still works with
Kraft in developing meaningful advertising for Jewish con
sumers.
For the centennial celebration Kraft prepared the world's
largest cheesecake which was entered into the Guinness Book of
World Records. They hope you will enjoy the centennial cheese-
cake, and Carrot N Raisin Cheesecake recipes that follow.
CENTENNIAL CHEESECAKE
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
' cup Parkay margarine
1! i flour
' 4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon lemon juice
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind
4 eggs
1 21 -oz. can cherry pie filling
3 8-oz. pkgs. Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
Combine softened cream cheese and margarine, mixing unti.
well blended. Add Flour, sugar and rind: mix well. Form into
ball: chill thoroughly. On lightly floured surface, roll H cup
dough to '-inch thickness. Cut with assorted 1-inch cookie
cutters. Sprinkle with sugar Bake at 375 degrees 8 to 10
minutes or until edges are very lightly browned. Spread two
thirds remaining dough onto bottom of 9-inch springform pan.
Bake at 375 degrees. 25 minutes. Press remaining dough around
sides of pan.
Combine softened cream cheese, sugar, flour, lemon juice and
rind, mixing at medium speed on electric mixer until well
blended. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each ad-
dition. Pour over crust. Bake at 300 degrees. 1 hour and 15
minutes. Loosen cake from rim of pan: cool before removing rin
of pan.
Spoon pie filling over cheesecake: top with cut outs.
Topping Variations:
11 Sour cream and strawberry halves.
2) Pineapple slices and maraschino cherries.
.3) Coconut Streusel Topping:
Combine 1 cup toasted coconut, H cup packed brown
sugar. 4 cup slivered almonds, toasted: toss with 2 tablespoons
Parkay margarine, melted. Press gently onto cheesecake.
CARROT N RAISIN CHEESECAKE
1 cup graham cracker crumbs
3 tablespoons sugar
' i teaspoon cinnamon
3 tablespoons Parkay margarine, melted
3 8-oz. pkgs. Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
'/t cup sugar
'/t cup flour
4 eggs
'' cup orange juice
1 cup finely shredded carrot
M cup raisins
Vt teaspoon nutmeg
'/ teaspoon ginger
2 tablespoons orange juice dash of salt
2'/i cups sifted confectioners' sugar
% cup raisins
Combine crumbs, sugar, cinnamon and margarine; press onto
bottom of 9-inch springform pan. Bake at 326 degrees, 10
minutes.
Combine 2'/t packages softened cream cheese, sugar and V*
cup flour, mixing at medium speed on electric mixer until well
blended. Add eggs, one at a time, mixing well after each ad-
dition. Blend in orange juice and combined carrots, raisins,
remaining flour and spices. Pour over crust. Bake at 450
degrees, 10 minutes. Reduce over temperature to 250 degrees,
continue baking 55 minutes. Loosen cake from rim of pan. Cool
before removing rim of pan.
Combine remaining cream cheese, orange juice and salt,
mixing until well blended. Gradually add sugar, mixing well
after each addition. Pour over cheesecake. Garnish with raisins.
SECRETARY FOR NATIONAL
JEWISH ORGANIZATION
Accessible North Miami Beech. Must type and do light
bookkeeping. Start immediately.
947-49094
National Woman's Organization seeking diatrict
executive director with administrative, membership
and community capabilities, plus expertise in capital
fund raising. Please send resume to P.O. Box 6132,
Hollywood, Florida 33021.
Miami Hadassah
Region Donor
Award Brunch
Eleven chapters of the Miam
Region of Hadaaaah will cele
brate their annual donor rewarc
brunch on Sunday May 17 at
10:30 a.m. at the Marriott Hotel.
They will host an expected 400
guest*
Mrs. LoueUa Shapiro, a Na-
tional Associate of Hadassah.
will be the guest speaker. A resi-
dent of Miami Beach, Mrs.
Shapiro served on the National
Board of Hadassah in many port
folios since 1960. She is a former
South East Region of Hadassah
President. National Education
Committee, National HMO.
Committee and Area Fund
Raising Coordinator. Mrs. Shapi-
ro currently serves as National
Major Gifts Area Founders
chairman.
Mrs. Shapiro was the first
IMA in the South, first recipient
of the Myrtle Wreath Award in
the South, and was twice chosen
Woman of the Year in her home
city. Atlanta. Ga.
There will be a musical
presentation. "Ladies of the
80s." written by Judie Berger
and accompanied by Ellie
Kramer at the piano. Members of
the chorus are representatives of
each of the eleven chapters.
The Florida Family Opera
Singers of the Greater Miami
Opera Association s entertain-
ment will round out the agenda
for the day.
Mrs. Linda Minkes is president
of the Miami Region of Hadassah
and the chairperson of the day is
Mrs. Gloria Friedman.
'My Fair Lady'
Bufman
Presentation
Rex Harrison, the debonair,
urbane British actor who made
international theatrical history
when he first performed the role
of Professor Henry Higgins in
Lemer and Loewe's phenomenal
musical success. "My Fair
Lady."' will do so once again for
South Florida theatre devotees
when he opens the Silver Anni-
versary production, Thursday.
May 21. prior to his return to
Broadway in August aa Zev
Bufman's glittering finale of his
1980-'81 subscription season at
the Miami Beach Theater of the
Performing Art*.
Also starring Cheryl Kennedy.
Milo O'Shea. Cathleen Nesbitt.
Jack Gwillim and Nicholas Wy-
man, rounding out the principal*
will be Marian Beer. Clifford
Fearl. Harriet Medin. Jack Seviar
and Ben Wrigley. As they were in
the original sets will be by Oliver
Smith and costumes, including
the famed black and white Ascot
number, by Cecil Beaton.
Brandeis Zionists
To Honor Israel
The South Dade chapter of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee is having
their installation luncheon on
May 14 at Grove Isle Club
The officers for next year are,
President, Valerie Ketover; Vice
Pre*idents. Bobbie Cohen,
PhylU* Eisanberg, Tern Therp.
Janice Schwartz, and Marjorie
Weiss; Secretaries. Leslie Paul.
Gail Haul, and Linda Cahan;
Treasurer. Terri Perris; and
Auditors Debbi Levy and Haaal
Goldman, all of South Dade.
Janet McAlilley, Dade County
School Board Member will be the
guest speaker.
One of the chapter's big fund
raisers this year will be their
Book Sale on May 29 and 30 at
6802 Suncreet. Used books of all
varieties, magazine*, and record*
will be *old to benefit th*
Brandeis Library
Bible
Exegesis
By RABBI
JEHUDA MELBER
Teaeyh Beth Raphael
As we open the second volume
of the Pentateuch, we notice a
few remarkable points of interest
which deserve sepcial attention.
The name of the second book in
English is Exodus. However in
Hebrew it is called Shemot. that
is, "Names." How do we explain
this difference of title? The
answer is that the Hebrews used
the first or second word in the be-
ginning of the book as the key-
note of the study.
However, the English transla-
tors, going back to the first ones
in their Septuaginta, third centu-
ry BCE. who entitled each book
of the Pentateuch by its main
contents as the highlight of the
book Thus we have the same dif-
ference in all the five books of
Moses, called "Pentateuch "
First book. in Hebr
Hrrrishit. in English. Genesis.
Second book, in Hebr
Shemot, in English. Exodus:
Third book, in Hebrew.
Vayikra, in Fnglish. Leviticus:
Fourth book, in Hebrew.
Bamidbar, in English. Numbers:
Fifth book, in Hebrew.
Devarim, in English.
Deuteronomy.
To be sure that the above ex-
planation for the Hebrew appli-
cation of the first or second word
at the beginning of each book is
right, let us examine each case.
First book. Bertishit, In the
beginning, first word:
Second book. Shemot. Names.
second word.
Third book. Vayikra, And tie
called, first word.
Fourth book. Bamidbar. In the
Desert, fifth word:
Fifth book. Dtvarim, The
words, second word
Hence, the only exception is
the fourth book, which takes on
the fifth word rather than first or
second, for the simple reason that
the previous words are only of an
auxliary nature. At any rate, we
notice here two different ap-
proaches to the same problem,
both of which are quite logical
and meritorious.
ANOTHER important point
involves the very beginning of
each book of the Pentateuch. One
should notice that every book,
except the first and the fifth.
starts in Hebrew with thtl
Vav. meaning "And"
student of a modern |
should remember the _
his teacher: Never start ,2
sitwn. or a report, or event-,
sententence with th*
"And." It is considered ,
the least, not good style Hi
ever, in our case, the Bible <
start the second, third
fourth book with the
"And "
The question is why
answer is: It comes to lay
the principle and to emp
he fact that all four ^
one indivisible unit Ones*.
not separate one book from
Other. One should not prefer o
book over th- above the
One must not say that
volume is more important
more palatable to me than 4
other They are all regards) i
one single unit of insepanl
contents.
The only exception is thtl
book. Deuteronomy, which!
without the letter Vet 1
stands only for a review hi
not the characteristic of
previous four volumes
IN THE END. we realize t
every letter, not only every i
in the Bible carries a great ficance. as it conveys a
message to the student
reader a me ss age to regard tail
Pentateuch as a Heavenly guide!
book, which is beyond any dothtj
precise and exact in every nuutf I
and form of expression
No wonder that it has
named The Booh of Books".
in Hebrew. Sefer-Hasefanm III
fact it is remarkable that evenl
year, when we obtain a list of tail
bestsellers, the Bible is ahnri
placed as number one. since i
other book can be comparable to I
the Book of Books in its enor I
mous significance and constant!
applicability to all aspects of|
human experiences.
One does not read the BabltI
just superficially One must By I
to understand the principle ten* I
that is embedded in eachfora|
expression of Biblical doctrim
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&
Schreiber was in-
as Parkway General
ms new Auxiliary
m at the Fourteenth
Awards and In-
i Luncheon.
Worship Hour
01 Irving Lehrman of
lEmanu-EI, Miami Beach.
Pear on The Jewish Wor-
I Hour" on Channel 10 on
. May 10, at 8 a.m.
rlando Singles
iring Weekend
for
hoe ting
Singles
young Jewish
8, 20-35. starting May
^Memorial weekend event
J* at the John New-
aS*fM Rewrt 7 miles
."W Disney World in
/"Ktivities will include
ihnT* barbequ*, tennis
2'i ,voUy>ll "d
w "formation is avail
Tt Jewh Community
,0' Central Florida.
a. F la.
Jonathan Lum
IrANDY YYEISBURD
ndy Keith, son of Mr. and
I Sidney Weisburd will be
to the Torah as Bar
i on Saturday morning at
Beth Sholom. Dr. Leon
sh will officiate.
celebrant is a student of
nfirmation Class of 5742.
JONATHAN LUM
inthan Lee, son of Mr.
Blum and Mrs. Victor
will be called to the
as Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
vening. at Temple Emanu-
Irving Lehrman will
celebrant is a student in
femple Kmanu-El Religious
and is in the seventh
Palmer School.
ception will be held Satur
vening at The Forge.
guests will be grand-
Dr and Mrs. Samuel
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
oni. and sister. Lisa Blum.
HALCANTER
son of Mr. and Mrs.
i Canter will observe his
iMiuvah at Beth Torah
legation on Saturday
May 9. Dr. Max A.
hit? will officiate.
celebrant is a student in
Hay Honors class of Beth
Harold Wolk Religious
fl and is also a seventh
I student at Highland Oaks
r High School
and Mrs. Canter will
or the Kiddush following
Community Corner
Miami Dade Community College South Fashion Department
will host the Third Annual Spring Fashion Show to benefit the
Association for Retarded Citizens on Saturday May 9 at the
rontainebleau-Hilton Hotel. The function will begin at "l 1 am
followed by lunch and a fashion show Helen Patterson is Chair-
person. Mrs. Hannah Kahn will be honored as ARC s "Founding
I arent for her continuous efforts to obtain educational pro-
grams and services for the retarded in Dade County
United Way of Dade County recently allocated a total of
$71.140 to help send nearly 2.000 underprivileged local youth to
camp this summer.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. has
been named the 1981 Boss of the Year by Interama Chapter of
the American Business Women's Association IABWA). The
award was presented y Edna Schonwetter. Boss Night Chair-
man, April 28. at the chapter's annaul Boss Night Meeting.
The Professional Association for Childbirth Education is
offering a prepared childbirth course beginning Wednesday.
May 6 at 8 p.m. The seven week course for expectant couples
meets once a week.
Mrs. Roae Zarin of Point East Condominium, North Miami
Beach, and a member of the Point East Chapter of the American
Red Magen David for Israel, will present a fully equipped
emergency ambulance to the American Red Magen David and
the people of Israel, on Sunday. May 10 at 2 p.m. at the Point
East Club House.
More than 350 business, civic and youth leaders paid tribute
to Miami's teenage business people at the Junior Achievement's
24th annaul Future Unlimited Banquet held recently.
Airman Eric Eieenman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eisen-
man of North Miami Beach, has been assigned to Sheppard Air
Force Base. Texas, after completing Air Force basic training.
The annual showing of the Women's Caucus for Art Florida
Chapter's Slide Registry and general membership meeting will
be held at the Wesley Foundation. University of Miami, Millder
Drive, on Saturday. May 9 at 10 a.m.
A statewide arts-for-the handicapped program, funded by a
$26,000 grant from the Florida Department of Education has
been initiated by the Department of State's Cultural Affairs,
Secretary of State George Firestone has announced.
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce chatter matter
luncheon will be held Friday. May 15 at The New World Center
Club, Omni Hotel, and will present Martin Fine who will give a
New World Center Committee Update.
Synopis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Emor
Si Vn oViyj ye shall eat unleavened bread" (Lev. 23.6).
a memorial blast of horns ." 123.23)." the fruit of
fOOdf) tree*" 123.40).
EMOR And the Lord said unto Moses: Speak unto the
priest' to sons o! Aaron, and say unto them: There shall none
defile himself for the dead among his people; except for his km
that is near unto him. for his mother, and for his father and for
his son and for his daughter, and for his brother; and for his
sister a virgin. They shall not take a woman that is a harlot,
or profaned; neither shall they take a woman put away from her
husband (Leviticus 21.1-7). The high pnest "Shall take a wife
in her virginity. A widow, or one divorced, or a profaned woman
or a harlot, these shall he not take" (Leviticus 21.13-14). No
priest with a blemish might approach the altar to offer a sacrifice
- the impure priest might not even approach the holy food nor
eat it No animal with a blemish might be an offering.
The seasons of the holy convocations are then described:
The seventh day is a sabbath of solemn rest. ^ye shall do no
manner of work ... In the first month on the fourteenth day .
Tdusk. is the Lord's passover on the fifteenth day of the
san?;? month is the feast of unleavened bread severidays ye
shall eat unleavened bread" (Levitcus 23 3.61 The *****
the First Fruits (Shavout) occurs on the *g jfJLrf
first day of Passover. "In the seventh month m the first day of
C month, shall be a solemn rest unto you. a ,memorial pre,
claimed with the blast of horns, a holy convocation. Ye "hall do
no JSnnerrf servile work Howbeit on the tenth day of this
seventh month is the day of atonement .and ye shal afflict
SotToniE And ye shall do no manner of work in that.same
daT for ft is day of atonement, to make atonement for you
before the Lord your God. ... On the fifteenth day of this
seventh !nonTh is the feast of tabert-cle- for seven day. unto the
Lord" (Leviticus 23.24-34).
And ve shall take you on the first day the fruit of goodly
trees branches of palm-trees, and boughs of thick tree*, and
l^ws of & brook, and ye shall rejoice before the Lord your
God it is a statute for ever in your generations^ And
Lane, nw Vac*, MY. MM Jesse* ScMeee is amneeiit "*
autribwttaf m vettme.i
Ml
Temple Or Olom recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary.
Pictured above are Stephen Clark, Mayor of Dade County pre-
senting the "Temple Or Olom Day" Proclamation to Rabbi
Samuel Rudy, spiritual leader, and Jack Lubin, President.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Cardans Drive
North Miami Beach 947-1435
Rabbi Slmcha Fraedman
Cantor Ian Alpem Conservative
Friday night service 8:15 p.m.
Fn\. May 8, Bat Mitzvah of Melissa
Wsensky. Sat. May 9. Bar Mitzvah
of Andrew Socol.
TEMPLE BETH AM 6r. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Mlaml-667-9987 Senior Rabbi
Stuart Q. Walnblatt, Associate
Rabbi Morton Hoffman.
Associate Rabbi
Family worhsip ear. FrL, MO p-m.
Rabbi Baumgard will speak on "It
is not your responslblity to com-
plete the task."
Torah Ser., 9:15 a.m. 4 11:15 .m.
BETH 0AVI0 Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau, Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Lipeon
CORAL WAY 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone 854 3911 Dally ServIces
lynagoguei
Listings
Candleligb ting Time
7:38
llYar
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Av M.B.
Late Frt, eve. serv 8 p-m.
Rabbi Maxwell Barger wfa preach.
Sat mom. serv 9 a jn.
Dr. Irving Lehrman wW preach.
at 10:30
TEMPLE tSRAEL OF Greater Miami
*amf Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 N.E. 19th St.. Miami. 573-5900
9900 N. Kendall Dr., 595-5055
Rabbi: Brett S Goldstein
Cantor: Jacob Q. Bomstein
Administrator Raymond Chert
Morning 6 evening Coral Way:
Main Sanctuary Sat morning 9
am South Dade Chapel 7500 S.W.
120 St Late Shebbat serv. Fit, 8
PJTI
mrnimm
Modem Traditional
1101 S.W. 12 Ave.
868-8334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Roae Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally Mlnyon for YahmHan
Dally 7:45 am 4 7 p-m
Saturday services 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
ChaeeAve.*41etSt 838-7231
Dr. Leon Kronlsh, Rabbi Uboral
Cantor David Comrteer
Sabbath ear. 8:15 p.m. Or. Kronteh
on Our
Set Services 10:45 ajn.
FrL. Spjn. Rabbi Bernat wf8
on "Seek the Peace of Jerusalem
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd.
CoraiGebiee 667-6657
Michael B. Eleenatat. Rabbi
Sabbath Serv. Frt, 8:15 p-m.
Saturday rooming, Bat Mitzvah of
Dabra Gordon.
33141
TEMPLE MENORAH
l20-75th St.. Miami I
Rabbi Mayer Abramowftz
Cantor Moehe Buryn
Friday eervicee at 6:15 p.m.
Saturday ssnrioss at 8 a.m.
BETH TORAH 947 7529
CONGREGATION Conaarvatrva
1061 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A. Upechttz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aronl
Sat morning. May 8, Bar Mitzvah
of Hal. R. Canter.
SHAARE TEF1LLAH OF, KENDALL
8480 SW 164 area. Court#111
MtarnLFte. Modern Orthodox
Rabbi Warren Kaeztl
Sebbeth services 930 ajn.
n*d Shabbat Social Hour 8 pjn.
AduW Education Wed. 6 pjtl
TEMPLE SINAJ 18601 NE 22 Ave.
North Dads'. Reform Congregation
Ralph P. K Ingaley. RabM
Julian I. Cook, Associate RabM
kvtng Shulkee, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Admnlstrator
Sabbath eve services 8:15 p.m.
I (7:30 p.m. first Friday of month)
Sabbath morning service* 10:30
Sat Morning, Bnot Mitzvah of
Mtcheea Burch 6 Jennifer Bruch.
' TEMPLE BON
BOOOMfMerDr. 271-3311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Benjamin Dtckson, Cantor
Mlnyan Sarvlcaa Mon a Thurt 7 m
Sabbath Eva Sarvlcaa 8:15 p.m
Sabbath Sarvtcaa frOO am
May 8, Or Norman N. Shapiro's topic:
"la ll Ethical?"
"all-Reglatration-Raligiou* Schoola-AII
gradaa klnoargartan thru conllrmatlon.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biecayne Boulevard
Miami, Rorida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff
Executive vice President
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
I Of AMERICAN
I "10 NE l3nl St. N Miami Baaoh. Fla. 33182
I M7e084. Rat*. David B. SalUman Exacutlva
concerning Greater Miami
Moueee of Worship
Phone: 578-4000
Rabbin teal Association Oft'Ice
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
379-4663. Rabbi Levvleh L
Director, Union of
Hebrew a>oqreoanori.


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Public Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
m I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO II 5435 FC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
SHIRLEY JEANNE
BRACAMONTE
petitioner
and
MWIMO E BRACAMONTE
and
HANK OE PERRINE. a'
Florida
Banking Corporation
!'.''!> pun drnt
N 'TICE BY PUBLICATION
TO MAXIMO E
BRACAMONTE
JORGE VANDERGHEN
n
M IRA FLO RES
LIMA PERI
YOL' MAXIMO E
BRACAMONTE. Jorge Van-
derghen 278. Mlraflores. Lima
Peru ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED TO FILE your written
response to Ihia action for
Sequestration of Bank Account
0i'I5 BANK OF
PEP.I'.INE and for Separate
Mamtenam r with the Clerk of
the above Court, and serve a
I opv upon I'rtitionrr
Vlli MI. T VON
/ \MKT and SAMUEL E
SMITH l SM H I >i xie Highway.
Suite .' H on or before the 15 day of
Ma) is^l else the Petition for
I >:--<.lulion of Marriage will be
taken as confessed
l>ATEI> April 0 1H1
RICHARDP BRISKER
BY C I' Cope land
Deputy Clerk
73 Writ Flagler St
Miami. Fla 33131
Cir. uit Court Seal)
749 April 17.24..
May 1.8.1981'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the Iicutious name York
Fashions at 610 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach. Fla. 33138
intends to register amid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Mrs JOSEFINA MARTINEZ
09791 May 1.8. IS. 22. 1M1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Pre-
cious Metals Information Serv-
ice, at liaoi Biacayne Boule
vard. North Miami. Fla 33181
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Diversified Brokerage
Facilities Company,
a Florida partnership
18/793 May 1 8 15. 22. 1981
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
uncler the fictitious name
REYES TIKE SERVICE at
V. 138 Place. Miami
Florida 33184 intends to
regular said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade County Florida
Keynaldo de los Reyes
09743 April 17 24.
May 1.8. 1981

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FORD DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. II-S4S1 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
THOMAS J BANKS
I", titloner
and
JOYCE A BANKS
Respondent
TO JOYCE A BANKS
Residence Unknown I
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action foi
Dissolution of Marriage ha*
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of ,
your written defenses. If any. to
MITCHEL WALLICK. at I
torney for Petitioner, whose '
address Is 2829 Bird Ave '
Coconut Grove Florida. 33133.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May IS. 1981.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
Tins notice shall be pub
llshed once each week for four
consevutlve 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 BRINKEK
As Clerk. Cl rcult Court
Ade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
Aa Deputy Clark
i Circuit Court Seal i
MITCHELL WALLICK
2829 Bird Ave
Coconut Grove. Fla 33133
44S-2TS1
Attorney for Petitioner
09791 April 17. 24.
May 1.8.1981 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOI '
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No |l 3115
IN RE Estate of
JACK H DEKRO.
Deceased
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING!
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS,
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN-
SAID ESTATE
Yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of JACK H
1 KKRO deceased, late of Dade
County Florida File Number
81-3315 is pending in the Circuit
Court in and for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 3rd Floor.
Dade County Courthouse. 731
West Flagler Street Miami.
Florida 33130 The personal1
representative of this estate u
HETTY SI E DEKRO whoa*
address is 2801 N E ISSrc
Street No S08 North Miami
Beach Florida 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 Pl'BLICA
TI< >N OI- THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
nave 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 bis
stated If the claim Is contin-
gent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim la as-
cured, the security shall be da-
scribed The claimant, shai:
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 MONTH.1
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedents will, the quail
ficalions of the personal -re
presentatlve or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
DATED at Miami Florida on
this 24th day of April 1981
LYNNW FROMBERG
Attorney for
Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JACKH DEKRO
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 1 day
of May ivm
LYNN v\ KKOMBERG.
Esquire
i X I-iv (>ff:cr of
FROMBERG FKoMREHG A
ROTH PA
Suite MOJMS E Hallandale
Beach Blvd
Hallandale Florida 33009 ,
Telephone i 305) 940-0709
Mtornej For
Personal Representative
09796 May 1.8. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Act ion No 90 2533
Silver
BUOrXTERNER.INC
a 11irporalion
and Plaintiff
vs.
RAUL GONZALEZ and
1X)S Cl' N AITOS Corporation.
A Corporation. Defendant
TO RAUL GONZALEZ
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for dam
ages has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses,
if any. to it on Myron B Ber
man. Eaq attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is P.O.
Box 1111. NUB, Fla 33180.
932 7222. and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May
27. 1981. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
trie relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be publisher
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISH F1.0HIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and thf
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 22 day of April
1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk .Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrled
Aa Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal i
MYRON B HERMAN esq
PO Box 1113
North Miami. Beach.
Honda 33180
Attorney for Petitioner
09782 May 1.8. 15,22. JJM1 j
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No II S!*IFC
family division
action for dissolution
at marrtatje
IN RE THE MARRIAGE i IK
LORIS WILLIAM*
Petitioner Wife
and
LEMUEL WILLIAMS
Respondent Husband
TO I-EMt EL WILLIAMS
Grant's Town
Nassau. Bahamas
YOI ARE HEREBY NO
HEIED that an action for;
Dissolution of Marriage has
wen filed against you and you
ire required to serve a copy of'
.our written defenses, if any. to{
t on HARVEY D FRIED
MAN attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 420 Lincoln
Road. Suite 379 Miami Beach.;
Florida -13139 and file the'
inginal with the lerk of the
above stySad ourt on or before
May IS I9M otherwise a
default will be entered against
>ou for the relief demanded In
the i omplaint or petuon
This notice shall be pub
lishrd once each week for four
conaecutrva weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand and
the seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 10th dav of
April 1981
RICHARDP BRINKEK
asClerfc. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
H> Willie Hradshaw. Jr
As Deputy Clerk
.< In uit Court Seal >
HARVEY D KK1EDMAN
I." I .in. oln ltd Suite 379 .
Mi..mi Beat h Fla 13139
ir> i a.11 nan
\ii..rtie> for Petitioner
i April 17 24
--------------------aUtJ ft .Ml,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. IIMtS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
CESAR A CORTES, a k a
CESAR AUGUSTO
CORTES GOMEZ.
Petitioner
and
MARIA M CORTES aka
MARIA MARGARITA
GUTIERREZ DE CORTES.
I'respondent
NOTICE FOR
DISSOU TIoN
OK MARRIAGE
TO MARIA M CORTES
aka
MARIA MARGARITA
GUTIERREZDE CORTES
TRANSVERSAL 13 Abis
N., urn
BOOATA Colombia
I Bur America.
You ARE HEREBY
v TRIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
h..~ boon filed and commenced
in this Court .in.I Hcjsj are
require.I to n. .ip> of your
written defenses if any to it
CARLOS M MENDEZ
ESAJ attorney for Petitioner
/float ...Lire.. i aaaa v\ itn
rUatean Florida
3.1IM :' and file the original with
the i lerk of the styled court on
oi be lore May li' 1W-1 other
i"1 ilrfault will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
This nolle e shall be published
uni e eat h week for four con-
-. utlve weeks in THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN MIAMI
BEACH
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court it Miami.
Honda on this 13th day of
April. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER. |
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D WADE
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
CMU.OSM MENDEZ. KSy
2985 W 4th Avenue ,
Hlaleah. r'ionda 33012
I hone 306 i 885 5378
Attorney for Petitioner
April 17,24
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE OIVISION
File Number 11 I5
IN RE The Estate of
CARLC CARMICHAEI. IR
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATES,
Within three months from the '
time of the first publication of
this 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 West Flagler Street.
Miami Florida a written
statement of any claim or
demand you may have against,
the estate of SHELLIE
M1L1.ER Deceased
Each claim must be in writ
ing 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
ill become due shall be
stated If the claim is contin
gent or unliquidated. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is
at ured the security shall be
.teiorihed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the < lerk to enable the -
I lerk to mall ont copy to each
personal representative
ALL CLAIMS AND DE
M ANUS Ni iT 80 FILED WIIJ.
BE KOKEVER BARRED
Date April 20 19K1
As Personal
Representative
of the Estate of
CARLC CAKMICHAEL.SR
Deceased
Harold A Turtielaub. Esquire
8865 South Dixie Highway
Suite 307
Miami Florida 3315*
Telephone i 3061 885-1882
First Published on
May 1 1981
09792 May 1.8. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
(.IVEN that the undersigned.'
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name A >A
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
ISO Madeira
Coral Gables. Fla 33134
09794 May 1.8. 15.22. 1981,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 11 59*1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
SIMON BLt CHER
Petitioner Husband
and
LISA BLt'CHER
Respondent Wile
TO LISA BLUCHER
Albion Heights. Apt 38
MontegoBay. Jamaica
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for Dtsso
lotion of Marriage has been
filed aajaJaat res and you are
required to serve a copy of your
wrltti if an) ti
IIARv EY D FRIEDMAN AT
TORNEY FOR Petitioner
srbOSM address Is 420 lanroln
Road. Suite 378 Miami Beach
Florida 33139 and file the
original ith the lerk of the
aJsOve >t rted 'irt on or before
May H 19*1 otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the ..mplairil or petition
This lied, -hall be published
once each ftnk for four con
sSCUtlva eeks in THE JEW
ISHPLOR1DLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 18 day of April
MM
RICHARD P BRINKEK
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie BradshawJr
As Deputy nerk
0R771 April 34.
;_________________May 1. 8. IS. 1981
.nthecircuItWrT-W'
the eleventh judicial
circuit in and for
dade county. florida
family division
CASE NO 11 *
IN RE The Marriage Of
wil.KRIDST LOUIS.
Petitioner Husband.
vs.
CARME1.1 A FULMIST
ST LOUIS.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CAKMEL1A Ft I.M1SE
ST UM'IS
Residence Unknown
YOU CARMEI.IA FULMIST
ST IJOUIS are hereby notified
to file tour answer to this
Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage with the Clerk of the
Court and mall a copy to
Petitioner s Attorney DANIEL
GALLUP. 2355 Saliedo Street.
Coral Gables. Florida. 33134. on
or before May 15th. 1981 else
Petition will be taken as con
fessed
This 10 day of April. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
ByK SIEFRIED
Deputy Clerk
09750 April 17, 24
MlYl.tMBI
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Michelle s Boutique. Inc d b a
Chantal Fashions at 2751 S
Ocean Drive. No 1808 N. Hoi
lywood. Fla 33009 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Michelle s Boutique Inc..
100 percent Interest
By Simon Waknine I
President
Gerald K Schwartz. Eaq
Attorney for Applicant
0,778 April 24.
May 1.8. 19. 1981,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
CARTER ELECTRIC at
number 2830 So DIXIE HWY .
In the City of Miami. Florida.
Intends to register the said,
name with, the CJerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Dated at MIAMI Florida,
this 14 day of APRIL. 1981
KV II i|c >K SANCHEZ
PHI LIP COOK
Attorney for Applicant
924 Blscayne Bldg
Miami. Florida 33130
0,778 April 24.
May 1.8. 19 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the under Signed
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
MONICA FASHIONS IMPORT
AND EXPORT at number 1655
Oremel Ave Suite 212. in the
City of MIAMI BEACH. Flor
da. 33139 intends to register
the sa.d name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ot Dade
County Florida
Dated at Miami Beach. Fior
da. th.s 10 day of April, 1991
CESARF SOLARES
Anton.o Vasano
Telephone JOS'674 0803
Attorney lor Applicant
0V'*4 April 17 ?
May II. 1981
IN THE CIRCIIiTcv.
THE Eleventh ,^'T*I
DADECOUNTY"0Lat"
CASE NO |1 Mi..,
WRE ^.y^Wt
IVtitoner .,(, ,nE
HUGOSTK
Respundcr.' Hmband
NoTli'K .if- ii-rifa,
Rastdenc. | **,* I
YOI HUGO irngal
NA.IALareheregj,^*'
"lution rfwHft
'hthecierkofUwrSSa
?,*" '-atnaWS
Attorney DANIEL GAIJIS
239fi Sa.,. s,r^*%
OaMei i- ,.;,u DU4 ^
heforv m.i
Pet.tion will b, u,n um
Thin me da) ofApnl itn
RICH .,,,*
has]
By A I HI
upq'
la ]
Mi
.SlTlk
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No II 4441 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I N RE The Marnage of
HARRY NEBENZAHL
I'cddoner
and
PAI LINK NEBENZAHL.
Iti BgssssSt nl
To
I'M LINE NEMKN/.AHI.
Ke^pnndrnt
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YUt ARK HEREBY NO
TIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
lin lile.I against you and you
.o e required to serve a copy of
>oiii < i itten defenses If any to
it .mi I ROGER FELDMAN
ESy attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 801 Arthur
Godfrey Road Miami Beach.
Klon.l.i nun aid file the
..iiKinal with the clerk of the
above >vle Mai ;-. ISM ..tnrrn..e a de
fault will be entered against
you Iik the relief demanded In
llu omplaint or petition
Tt>i> null, e -.hall be pub
llatk .1 osm .i< m week for four
runaecuUva sraoas in THE
IEWISHFLORIDI \N
WITNESS im hand and
.ml ...url at Miami
KIoi nil on thai th dai of April
RICHARD P BRINKER
- '-.I. ..il Court
I >...|. i 'ount) Florida
ll> I '' lie.laase
\ I |lt Cler k
Oi.
I UIMIKII I I I I'M \N
i: i
"I \illiur <; -Iff. Road
Miami Beat h Florida atl4S
i
VtlOmi ) I..I P. llll.Nlel
\|.i 111 M
Mat 1.8 19M1
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 91 S634FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN 111: The Marnage Of
EDWARD R ROY JR
I'eiiiioiM-r Husband
a nit
ADA ME1RAROY
Respondent. Wife
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ADA MEIRAROY
Residence Unknown
YOI ARK NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w ritlen defenses. If any. to It on
ERANK W ZAREMBA ES
QUIRK. Petitioners Attorney,
whose address Is 9801 Sunset
Drive. Miami Florida 33173. on
or before May 19. 1981. and file
the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Petitioner's Attorney or
Immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the
Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on April 10. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
By clarinda BROWN
Deputy Clerk
"9798 April 17,14
Mayl 8. 1981
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Hyp
notherapy A Counseling Cen
lers at 9*8 NE 173rd Street. .
N M II intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. I
Florida .
RASHI SHAPIRO
09745 April 17. 24.
May 1.8. 1911
NTHE CIRCUITCOUIT
THE ELEVENTH JUDiri
CIRCUITINANOFOI
DADE COUNTY fLOIiru
FAMILY DIVIS.08
CASE NO II JJ7c
IN Ht !'. MarnaJMr-
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NOTICE OF ACTION
I CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(N0PR0PE9TYI
INTHE CIRCUITCOUT0
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No H SMIFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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A MINOR
to Esssa
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file your anaaerw*/,,
for adoption of ">"" A
with the Clerk of
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DATED APrJ'ioMflCf
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May 8, 1981
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ki ESTATEOF
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ERSONS HAVING
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>\n ALL OTHER
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[ESTATE
h ARE HEREBY NOT!
II that ll' administration
[,, estate NEK deceased. File
, 1697(011, upending
h, Cinuil Court for Dade
Florida. Probate
the address of which
last Flagler St Miami.
BIN The personal rep-
nuti*'" l "" estate Is
r SILVER whose ad
i is S 2628 One Blscayne
Miami rLA. 33131 The
and address of the
anal representative's
ne> are set forth below
i having claims or
nl. against the estate are
,,1 WITHIN THREE
US PROM THE DATE
| THE FIRST PUBLICA
, OK Tl 11S \11ITICE. to f lie
the clerk of the above
a written statement of
rlaim 01 demand they may
K.u h i l.um must be In
kr.i: and must indicate the
, l.ir the i Uim. the name
ol the creditor or
allumey. and the
I l( the claim ll
m il.it,> when It
lue shall be
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rtairity shall
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in to each
bnaj repi esentstlvc
Intel estad iii the
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nlatiatioii has
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)V Till DATE Or THE
fT I'l ULICATIOM or
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D1 U have that
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OBJECTIONS NOT BO
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May 8. IS. 1881
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JUT1CE is HEREBY
[EN that the undersigned
7K to engage In business
J" the fictitious name of
fTH aix-kmtance cx>rp
* to register said name
the n,rk of the Circuit
"of Bade County. Florida
MERCEDESSOUTH
L^t'KI'TANCECORP
[>,,* "Ham Taylor. Pres.
0ELM0NE8, PA.
rney for
Ttt'EBESSoi'TH
^PTANCECORP
IBUcayne B|vd
c300
"I Florida 33137
May 8. 18. 22. 29. 1981
j^T'OUS NAME LAW
"",'" '"Kage in business
JL-lim*. ,''cUUous name
Ifcoth ,A KO'ERTIES at
I oSrii *!* H'hwy- Suite
k?L? u'b1"- rior1d-
Inoi ftSSl a"
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I jSrvs? IIN- SR na
LliA^H '-'-VINE
CL^nn Sr .d
Sn '*v|ne
?""'Wayne Blvd.
33132
I 1. 22.29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
ClM No (1 /| FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE TheMarnageOf
BRENDAA VAI gun
Petitioner w Ife
vs
HARRY T VAUGHN
Respondent Husband
TO HARRY T \ \l QHN
284 19-2144
Hi ') 197
sp( b
For
ort Renning. Ga 31905
JfOU are hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mall a copy to Petitioner's
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP,
2355 Salzedo Street. Coral
Cables. Florida. 33134. on or
before June 5. 1981 else Petition
will be taken as confessed
This 4 day of May. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Oerk Circuit Court
H> i'l' Copeland
Deputy Clerk
09824 May 8. 15. 22. 29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Los
Chamitos. at 4821 S W 8th St .
Miami. Fla 33134 Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Rafael Valeclllo
09816 Ma) 8. 15, 22.29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.ll 473* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of
BARB \ka.iean THOMAS
Petitioner Wife
and
fOLI.ISI.KI-: THOMAS
Raapondent, Husband
NOTICE oh- ACTION
I'o Mr Coll is L.-e Thomas
residence unknown
VOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to sei ve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to II on
FRANK W ZAREMBA.
esquire. Petitioner's Attorney,
whose address Is l.teberman.
Benjamin and Associates.
P A 9801 Sunset Drive.
Miami. Florida 33173. on or
before June 5. 1981. 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 Petition
WITNESS mv hand and seal
of this Court on May 1. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By CP Copeland
Deputy Clerk
09823 May 8. 15. 22. 29.1981
IN THE CIRUCIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 11 5753 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
n >HN BOHI SLAV
petition.! Huaband,
and
\ ICKY BOHI SLA\
I:. ipondenl \% ift
lo Mi. \ n-k> Bohuslav
Santo Tonbto 131
San latdro
Luna Peru
lol ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that an action for disso-
lution of Vairlage rial bfJBfl
filed against you and you are
required to sarva a copy of yom
written dafanaea ll an) to it or
ARTHI'R II l.ll'SON altOI-M)
loi petitioner whose addr
IM.'i N \N IH7 ST Suite 216.
Miami Florida, and file the
original with the clerk ul the
alun Mytad i ourt on or bt Ion
M,i) 15 1981. olh. wise a
delaull will he entered against
>ou lor the relict demanded in
the ompUMnl or petition
WITNESS rn> hand arid the
>eal oi i 1 < iKirt at Miami
Florida Oh this 11 day of April
I9BI
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit C*ourt
1 ade (?ount) Florida
Bj C-P Coptland
U i leput) Clerk
>u7n< April ll M;
________________ Ma> 1. 8, 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
OH EN that the under signed
desiring 10 engage Ul business
undel the In tilious name
It.,,, v |> S. hrelber. P A
ttiome) at La d b. Harry
D s, hrelbei at n N E 1st
Vv. Suite 513. Mnsley Hldg
Miami Fla Hit* intends to
register said IWIIM ith the
Clerk of tlie Circuit Court of
Bade Count) Florida
BafT) D Sehrelber
OMffl APnl 17- '*
Ma> I t, I9H1
ko^T'OUS NAME LAW
FIX,*. IS HEREBY
Ef hat the undersigned.
JSrXJ,,'" bualnaai
K eth V, Journal *t 120
Whtof!1**- Miami. Fla.
h Whd",J r,1,ter 'd
FWt r .the c,-r
C^c,~rt of Dada County.
(i^Kshochat. Owner
"y 8.18. 23. S. 1181
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OrVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Palm
Beach Jewish Journal at 120
N E 6th Streel. Miami. Fla.
33132 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida _
FrrdK Shochet. Owner
098W May8.15. 22,29.1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR OR
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cat* Noll S80SFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Adoption of
a minor child
By
RICHARD A. LoBUONO
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO OARYKOURI
Residence I'nknown
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written ob Jectlon. If any.
on BERNARD J LEVY ESy
attornc\ for Petitioner, whose
address U 638 N.E 17 St..
N M B FL. 83162. on or before
May 23. 1981 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
Clark of the Court
By A D. Wade
As Deputy Clerk
0974 April 24;
May 1.8. 16.1931
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No II 4541 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HE The Marriage Of
JOAN FRANKLIN
Petitioner Wife.
and
ALTON LEWIS FRANKLIN
Respondent. Husband
NOTICE or ACTION
TO Mr Alton l.ew is Franklin
residence unknown
VOI ARK. NOTIFIED that
an action lor Dissolution of
Marriage has been flied
against you and you are
required lo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
IVAN A SCHERTZER,
ESQUIRE Petitioners
\ttornev. v* ho.se address Is
I.IEBERMAN BENJAMIN
iND 18SOCI vies P A 9801
Sunset Dr Miami. Florida
S3I73, on or before June 5. i98i.
.uid file the original with the
Clerk ol this Court either
before strvlcf on Petitioner's
tttorne) 01 immediately
thenaller Olharwlai a default
will be entered ag-ainst you for
ihe relief demanded in Ihe
Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
Ol this Court on April 29. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk ol the Circuit Court
B) M I H.irtnett
I lejHity Clerk
0HZ7 Ma) I, 15.22.29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case Noll 471S-FC-J1
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marrtageof
HENRY L MINES
PetitiorM-r
and
MA/ETTA MINES
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MA/.ETTA MINES
Residence i'nknown
Yot 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. 633 N.E 167 St..
N M 11 Fl 33162 on or before
May 22. 1981. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
he entered against you
DATED APRIL 16. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
byK Selfried
As Deputy Clerk
,-,- April 24.
<*76' May 1.8. IB. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cast Noll SIS2FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The marriage of
SI SAN C POTTS.
Petitioner Wife
vs
QLBNW. POTTS.
Respondent Husband
TO Ol.EN W POTTS
102 Bush Hill Drive
Witumpka. Alabama 38092
YOl GLEN W POTTS are
hereby notified to file your
..nswer to this Petition for D.s
solution of Marnage with the
Clerk of the Court and mail a
codv to Petitioners Attorney
DANIEL GALLOP. M Sa ze-
do Street. Coral Gables Flor
Ida 83134. on or before May ll.
1981 else Petition will be taken
as confessed
This 16 day of April. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
n079 April M;
May 1.8.18. 1981
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 11-4945 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The Marriage Of
QEORGE8 VINCENT,
and
minks \ INCENT
TO AGNE8 VINCENT
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
VOI 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
DANIEL RETTER.
ESQUIRE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
Suite 1770. One Blscayne
Tower. Two South Blscayne
.Boulevard. Miami. FLA. 33131.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 5. 1981;
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 3 day of May.
1981
RICHARD P DRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) I'larinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
IIANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
(ini' Iliscayne Tower.
Sulle 1770
Two South Hiscayne Blvd
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone i 3051 358-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
098S1 May 8. 15. 22.29. 1981
Notice To Creditors
of Bulk Transfer
Pursuant to Florida Statute
676.6-103 i7i notice Is hereby
given that effective- May 10,
1981. at 10a.m.. at3163 West 4th
Avenue Hlaleah, Florida 33012
a hulk transfer of the assets of
MODELO TAKE OUT CAFE
TERIA whose business address
is i4s> Eat Tenth Court.
Ilia,, ah Florida, will be made
to FELIX POVIONES. 4488
Baal llUh Court. Hialeah. Flor-
nla a new business enterprise
organiaed to take over and
continue the business, and
IraiLsfcivc has assumed the
deh:.-- of transleror. relevant to
san! hu.sin.
Dateil at Hialeah. Florida.
thla28da) oi April. 1981
ALBERT HERNANDEZ d-b-a
Modelo Take Out Cafeteria
Transferee
First publication of this
notn eori the I day Of May. 1981
DANIEL M. KJCIL, ESQ
3165 West 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Transferee
09819 May8. 15.22. 29.1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Troo-
icana Motel at 15645 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach. Fla
33160 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
N Kink.- 1st.-in and
Shirley Finkelsteln. his
wife, one-half Interest
M Kotler. one-half Interest
Tropicana Motel
Nelson Ji Feldman. PA.
1135 Kane Concourse
Miami. Florida33154
09818 May 8. 15, 22. 29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Flor
Ida Jewish Journal at 120 N.E
6th Street. Miami. Fla. 33132
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Fred K Shochet. Owner
09812 May 8. 16. 23. 29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Mugs
and More, at Loehmann's
Plaza, Building B. 18817 Bls-
cayne Blvd.. N Miami Beach.
Fla 33180 Intends to register
said name with the clerk of the
Clrucit Court of Dade County.
Florida Florida Ceramics, inc.
BY Walt Wayne
President
O0T4I April 17. 24;
May 1. 8. 1981
T~ NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
[hat the undersigned, desiring
o engage In business under the
fictitious name Jargo Body
Shop, at 884 All Baba Avenue,
Opa Locka. Florida Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Lula Torres, Owner
Richard Lartn. Eaq.
Attorney for Aplllcant
09758 April 17.24;
May 1.8.1981
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
F,le No.II 2519
Division (02)
IN RE ESTATE OF
rEINHARDT,
also known as
IDAH BTEINHARDT
I )e, eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
ihe administration of the
estate of IDA STEINHARDT.
also known as IDA H STEIN
HARDT. deceased. File
Number si 2519'02'. Is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler Street
Room 307. Miami. Florida
33130 The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set
forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE: (1) all
claims against the estate and
(21 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifi-
cations of the personal repre-
sentative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on May 8. 1981.
Personal Representative:
IRVING STEINHARDT
9999 NE 2nd Avenue
Suite 121
Miami. Florida 33138
Attorney for Personal
Representative'
IRVINC, STEINHARDT
9999 NE 2nd Avenue
Suite 121
Miami. Florida33138
Telephone i305i 759-8506
09822 _________May 8. 15. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.10-12139 FC 12
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE TheMarnageOf
WIN NIECE PRITCHARD
KOTROSA
Petitioner
and
CHARLES KOTROSA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO CHARLESKOTROSA
Men's Clothing Section.
Hd'it 1 & Serv Bat
I SMC Recruit Depot
Pans Island, S.C. 29902
YOl 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
BERNARD J LEVY. Attorney
for Petitioner. 633 N.E. 167 St..
N.M.B.. Fla 33162 on or before
June 3rd. 1981. and file the
onginal with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
Dated April 29. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
By K Selfried
09829 May 8. 15, 22. 29. 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No II 45*4 FC
NOTICE OF SUIT ACTION
FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
El.I AS EDERY
Petitioner Husband
and
FAN Y EDERY
Respondent-Wife
TO FANY EDERY
19 Rue 18. Juin 1940
Malson
Alford. Paris
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 H LAWRENCE ASHER.
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 16211 North East
12th Avenue. North Miami
Beach. Florida 33162. and file
the orglnal with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
June 5, 1981, otherwise a Judg
ment may be entered against
you for relief demanded In the
Petition.
THIS NOTICE shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
14) consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 130
Northeast Sixth Street. Miami.
Florida
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF SAID COURT AT
MIAMI. FLORIDA on this
April 29. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By C P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
H LAWRENCE ASHER
Attorney for Petitioner
16211 North East 12th Ave
I North Miami Beach. Fla 33162
Telephone (306 1 949-3567
.09828 May 8, 15. 22. 29. 1981
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 11 4001 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
, IN RE: The marriage of
I'RESAMA VINCENT.
Pel it loner Husband
and
.ROSE MARIE SEIDE VIN
ICENT.
Respondent-Wife
I TO Rose Marie Selde Vincent
Anse a Fnleur. Haiti
West 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 616. 1st State
Bank Bids.. 7900 NE Second
Avenue. Miami, Florida 33138.
, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
I on or before May 23. 1981.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW-
ISH KI.OHID IAN-
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20th day of
April. 1981.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By AD. Wade
As Deputy Clerk
II Circuit Court Seal I
1 LLOYD M ROUTMAN. Esq.
I Suite 618.
11st State Bank Bldg.
7900 NE Second Ave.
Miami. Florida 3S1S8
I Attorney for Petitioner
! 09778 April 34;
May 1.8. 15, 1981
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 11 4555 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage Of
JULIET BEVERLEY ROLLE
Petitioner. Wife
and
ALFRED W ROLLE
Respondent. Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Mr Alfred W Rolle
Freeport
Grand Bahama
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
v. ntten defenses, if any, lo It on
IVAN A SCHERTZER.
ESQUIRE, Petitioner's
Attorney, whose address Is
I.IEBERMAN. BENJAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES. PA 9801
Isunset Drive. Miami. Florida.
ion or before June 5. 1981. and
jflle the original with the Clerk
|of this Court either before serv-
ice on Petitioner's Attorney or
Itmmedlately thereaRer. other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition
WITNESS my hand and seal
I lot this Court on April 29. 1981
- j RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By MJ Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
May 8. 15.22.29. 1981
NOTICE UNDER---------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
CIIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name 119
Plaza at 806-39 N.W 119th
Street and 841-81 N.W. 119th St.,
No Miami. Fla Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Alfonso Pobletl, Trustee
GulllermoSoetchln. Esq.
Attorney for
Alfonso Pobletl.
Trustee
09815^_____May 8.15. 22. 29.1981
PRIVATE FOUNDATION
ANNUAL REPORT
The annual report of the
private foundation of Jack
Miller, and Family Foundation
required to be filed under
section 5060 of the Internal
Revenue Code, Is available for
public Inspection at Its prin-
cipal office at 777 Brlrkell Ave.,
Suite 606, Miami. Florida 33131
on business days from 10 am.
to 4 p.m by any citizen, upon
request, within 180 days after
this publication.
GeraldS Miller
Principal Manager
Lloyd L. Ruskln. Esq.
777 Bnckell Ave Suite 608
Miami. Florida 33131
09820 May 8. 1981
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
College Plaza at 1401 West
Flagler Street. Miami. FLA.
33136 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
GulllermoSostchln, Trustee
Stone. Sostchln *
Gonzalez. P.A.
Attorneys for
College Plaza
1401 W Flagler St
Miami. Florida 33136
098S2 -May 8. IS. SS. MSI !


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Public Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CateNo.61-e471FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The Marriage Of
LAZARI) GONZALEZ
PeUtloner Husband
VI
MART A DIAZ GONZALEZ.
Respondent Wife
TO MART A DIAZ GON
ZALEZ
2247 North !0 St No 403
Beaumont. Texas 77703
YOl" MART A DIAZ GON-
ZALEZ axe hereby notified to
file your answer to this Petition
for Dissolution of Marriage
with the Clerk of the Court and
mail a copy to Petitioner'!
Attorney DANIEL GALLUP.
2355 Salxedo Street. Coral
Gables Florida.. 13134 on or
before June 12 1M1 else Peti-
tion will be taken as confessed
This 8 day of May 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By C P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
34 May 6. IS. 22. 28. 1061
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Dade
County Jewish Journal at 120
\ 1 Mil Street Miami. Fla
33131 intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the
.it Court of Dade County
Florida
FredK Shochet. Owner
lOBOr May 8. 15. 33.38.1681
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Cat* No I' J*t FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage Of
CHRISTINE C HOLODICK.
PetiUoner.
and
DAVID P HOLODICK.
Respondent
TO DAVID PAUL HOLODICK
H 10 BERTRAM COURT
EDWARDSVILLE.
PENN 18704
YOU. DAVID P
HOLODICK. arc hereby notl
fled to file your answer or othei
pleading to the Petition for dla-
eoluaion of marriage with the
Court's Clerk, and mall a copy
of same to DANIEL M KEIL
attorney for the PetiUoner. 3168
West 4th Avenue. Hlaleah
Florida U012. on or before the
2* day of May. 1181. else default
will be entered against you
DATED this 27 day of April.
1881
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
DANIEL M KEIL. ESOUIRE
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
3168 WEST 4TH AVENUE
HIALEAH. FLORIDA 31012
Telephone 306-663-4M00-O1
May 1 8. IS.23. 1M)
SS2KS C,"CUIT COURT OF
TM fLIVRNTM JUDICIAL
CIJCUITINANOFOR
OAO COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
PETTTION OF DON L CRAIG
and MAX INK J CRAIO
NOTICE
TO Phullp Glasaman
Residence Unknown
You are notified that the
above-named Petitioners. DON
L CRAIG and MAXINE J
CRAIG. have filed a Petition u
the above-style Court for Um
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.
PeUUoner's attorney, whose
address Is 990 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach
Florida. 33130. on or before
June 8. 1881. 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 the
seal of the Court at Miami
Florida, this 28 day of April.
1681 __
RICHARD P UK INKER
Clerk
CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT
By C. P. Copaland
Deputy Clerk
00*00 May 1.8. 16.22. 1881
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
F.ie Number l' i4r>
Olvtateaai
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 NOT!
FIED that the admlnlstrauor.
of the estate of Kathryn Rose
deceased. File Number 81 1580
is pending In the Circuit Cour
for Dade County. Florida
Probate Division the addresi
of which Is 71 Flagler Street
Miami. Florida Sill The
personal representative of the
estate Is Joyce Bungeroth.
whose address Is 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
Mill become due shall be
staled If the claim is contin-
gent or unliquidated. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim Is se-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
esUte to whom a copy of this
NoUce of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the quail
fixations of the personal re
prrsenlatlve. or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
A.M. OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FI1.ED WILL BE FOREVER
HARKED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlntstra I
Uon May l. lt4U
As Personal RepreeentaUve
of the Estate of
KATHRYN ROSE
Attorney for Personal
Representative
ABRAMS. ANTON. ROBBINS
RESNICK. SCHNEIDER *
MAGER. PA.
2031 Tyler Street
PO Box 880
Hollywood. FL 33022
Telephone 821 8600 or 840 Mao
08804 May 1.6.1611'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORID.
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number II 3485
Division 61
IN RE ESTATE OF
FLORENCE BECKER
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of Florence Becker,
deceased. File Number M 3488
is pendUig In the Circuit Court
for Dade County Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 71 West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33130
The names and addresses of
the personal representatives
and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court. I
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOF:
THE FIRST PUBLICATION I
OF THIS NOTICE (1| all I
claims against the estate and;
131 any objection by an In-
terested person to whom notice,
was mailed that challenges the 1
validity of the will the quail I
flcations of the personal repre I
sentative venue, or Juried! c '
Uon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIO.NS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this NoUre has!
begun on May 1.1681
Personal RepresentaUve
Matthew Becker
878 Frederic Drive
Green Cove Springs. FL 13043
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve
FRANKLIN D KREUTZER
Esq
3041 N W 7th Street
Miami Florida 33138
Telephone i SOB i 841 2302
'"* May 1. 8. 1661
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
as successor In interest b
NOBLEMAN INC desiring t
engage In business under thi
fictitious names of STEVEN
SCOTT ORCHESTRAS
NOBLEMEN ORCHESTRAS
STEVEN SCOTT MUSIC and
STEVEN SCOTT EN-
TERPRISES, at numer 4634
Hollywood Blvd In the City of
Hollywood. Florida. Intends to
register the said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
4 >ade County. Florida
Dated at Hollywood. Florida,
this 20th day of April. 1661
MUSIC ASSOCIATES
OF FLORIDA. INC
BY STEVENJ CHASE
GEORGE J HOI.TON
Attorney for Applicant
BOLTON A BOLTON. P A
3030 N E 161 Street
Suite 201
North Miami Beach. Florida
06779 April 34.
May 1.8. IS. 1661
NOTICE UNDER ^
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IE HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Marisel Mails at 1X2 Madeira
Ave Coral Gables. Fla 33134
Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit i
Court of Dade County, Florida
Marisel Vego. Owner
06781 May 1.8. 18.22. 1661
1
NOTICE UNOE R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the flcUUous name CA M
Enterprises, at Miami. Florida
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Ronald Cutter. Owner
Ronald Cutler. Esq.
Attorney for Applicant
May 1. 6. 18. 33.168.
NOT ICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE CLEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ns II -44S3.FC
FAMILY CIVIL
DEPARTMENT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
FRANCISCO HUGO
MARTURANO
PeUtloner
and
MARIA ANTONIA MOCILAN
Respondent
TO
MARIA ANTONIA MOCILAN
Avenlda Belgrano IBM
tad Floor B
Capita! Federal
Buenos Aires. Argentina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lot
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 is i860 8 W 8th
Street. Miami. Florida SS1B6.
and file the original with the
cterk of the above styled court
on or before May 36. 1661. oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
peUtion
WITNESS my hand aad the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 36 day of April.
1663
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cterk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C P Copeland
As Deputy Cterk
(Circuit Court Seal)
May 1.8. IS. 33. 1681.
NOTICE OF ACT rON;
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL'
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY r
OvilictwNoNluit
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGEOF
HENHOFTMAN
and
__ M lit LA M HUFF MAN
TO MIRIAM HOFFMAN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY
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. to
It on attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is RAY
FRIEDMAN. ESQ. 1160 N E
163 Street. North Miami Beach.
Honda, and file the original
with the clerk of the above.
styled court on or before May
IS. 1681. otherwise a default,
will be entered against you for"
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub!
lushed on< e each week for four
consecutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and
UJe seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 6th day of April.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfried
A" Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal |
RAY FRIEDMAN. ESQ
1160N E 161 Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
Ph 949- 8823
Attorney for PeUtloner
08748 April 17. 34.
May 1.8. 1661
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 NW 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
AINSLEER FERDIE
Attorney for Armando Per-
do mo
Suite 318. 717 Ponce de Leon
Btv*J.
Coral Gables. Florida 11114
< 3081 448 3807
OF780 April 24
________ May 1.838.1681
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ;
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case Ne.Si m-FC-BS
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
YULEEB NEWSOME
Petitioner
and
DORIS NEWSOME
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO DORIS NEWSOME
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. 631 N E 167 St.
N MB Fl S1I63 on or before
MAY 33. 1661. and rite the
original with the clerk of this
court, otherwise a default will
be entered against you
APRIL 16. 1981
RICHARD P BRINKER
byK Selfried
As Deputy Cterk
06774 April 34.
May 1.8. 18.1661
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
, THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 11 $ FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
SILVANA ENCINA.
PeUtloner
and
PATR1CIO ENCINA.
Respondent
TO: PATRICK) ENCINA
Avenlda Ecuador 4680
Santiago. Chile. S A
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlsao
luUon of Marriage has beer
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of youi
written defenses, if any. to It or
BENNETT D FULTZ. P A
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address U 616 8 W 13th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 13130
and fUe the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May S3. 1661
otherwise a default will b*
entered against you for th*
*oUof demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secuUve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
J"*1 court at M ami.
Florida on this 16 day of April.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByLC Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
mm April 34
May 1.8. IS. 1661
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Dis-
count Drug at 6334-36 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
Kenbur Drugs. Inc
06764 May 1. 8. IS. 23. 1681
T-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the flcUUous name
Marco Discount Drugs at 8214
16 South Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the
nerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Renbur Drugs. Inc
Martin L Roth
Attorney for
Renbur Drugs. Inc
06781 May 1.8. 18.22. 1661
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the flcUUous name of
Time Share Vacations at
number 17070 Collins Ave .
Suite 218. In the City of Miami
Beach. Florida. 13160 Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, this 22 day of April. 1B81.
Gabriel ShantzU
06760 May 1.8. 16.22. 1661
_. NOTICsTUIIOM
FICTITIOUS NAME CAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the und4vSn.d
oesirtng u> engage In business
EtlM^^"^
intends to register said name
jCMf-?"* *arcuS
Court of Dade County Florida
u ... RI"lour Drugs. Inc
Martin L. Roth
Attorney for
RenburDrugs, Inc
May 1. 6, 16. 33.1681
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
F.le Number II jfll
DtvitMM 63. Will.am. j.
IN RE ESTATE OF
GEORGE LANE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of th
estate of George Lane
deceased. File Number61 -son
Is pending In the Circuit Cour
for Hade County. Florida
Probate Division, the addrea
of which Is 73 West Flaaie
Street. Miami. Florida 33138
The names and addresses o
the personal representaUv,
And the personal rsprsssu
tauve's attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE Hi all
claims against the estate and
1*1 any objection by an in
te rested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the quail
flcations of the personal repre
sentative. venue, or juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on May 1, 1681
Personal RepresentaUve
Peter Lane
1160 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago. Illinois 60817
Attorney for Personal
Representative
HENRY M WAITZKIN
740 7lst Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33141
Telephone i >08 i 863-0381
OtV903 May 1. 8. 1681
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
CAM N*. 61-4464 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
I USES VARO.N A
PeUtloner
and
MAYRAF1CUEROA
de VARONA
Respondent
TO
May ra Flgueroa de Varona
RESIDENCE I NKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
TIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to vy* a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on MILTON C GOODMAN
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 18 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 31130
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 36 1681. oth
rwlae 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
FLORIDIAN
WITNE8S my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 26 day of April
1661
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Cterk .Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
_____Bjr N A He well
As Deputy Clerk i
i Circuit Court Seal I
MILTON C GOODMAN
ATTORNEY FOR
PETITIONER
18 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida 31110
Telephone 376-1888
06601 May 1.6. 18 22. 1681
'NTHEC-BCUITI
GENERA, u
JURISDICTION D,vu
NOT.CE0f$^T
CeneE I-and^rs'1
alao knotin and ^^^
SAKKAH I.ASor.fc.
1'iaintifl
MATH. KIN MT0 RQ
-HcorporMs.'
MATHURLN A170
] AIR INC '
a Florida corpomaa
c o Jea/i An* lUasj.
President and dZ^,
40 Atlantic A.enw
Brooklyn SewToriusI
TOl ARE Wp3t7
quired to Me your
written defenses if u, ,
above i-.eedin* >At
Clerk of this Court andki
* I "P> thereof u
Plaintiff ittomey
name and addrea
hereon on or before Ukfi
of Ma> 1661 UienatunB!
proceedinK being a
foreclo ire of m
against the followingt
prope rty. | wt
Lots', and Mi
74 Of OOLf i ARK
No 2 according to I
thereof as recorded si
Book 33 fare 41. of tbtr
Records oj Padr Oj
Florida also known uisfl
of Tract G Blocs "i an
PARK SECTiO* J
Revised rei orded In Pk
34 Page 38 of U*
Records of Dadr C
Florida, togetherwitttl
equipment and support i
talned therein
otherwise default rg I
entered aiainst you to I
relief prayed for In UM (
plaint
WiTNEaa my handuil
seal of said Court tl
Dade Cour. ty Florida on 3S|
day of April 1181
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk Circuit Court
Pade Count* Ftorkb
B> M i HartnaC
: eput) Clerk
S BLAIK ROSS. P A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
1467 N TIB Street
Miami KlondaJllB
308>84:>OT27
06M2 Mayll-llRI
NOTICE UNOE*
FICTITIOUS NAME U*
NOTICE IS J
GIVEN that th* m
desinnic to engage m
under the fictitious namJ
a Florida eenfral artnnl|
at 100 North Biscayn* Boaftf
vard 22nd Floor Miami
Ida 3313:' intends to regl
said name with theCJsrH
Circuit Court of Daot Osst.|
Florida
Eric B Tureuiy sol
RobertC Halaad
Maland k TureUky P A.
Attomev" (Of
ErtcB TureUk)and
RobertC M:and
100 N BisrayneBlvd
22nd Floor
Miami Florida Ilia
06813 May* IS. 33.36.1
NOTICIUNDIR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name South
Florida Jewish Journal at 130
N E 6th Street. Miami. Fla.
11112 intends to register said
name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
FredK. Shochet. Owner
06807 May 8. 18. 33. 36. 1661
NOTICE OF ACTIO*.
CONSTRUCTIVE $E*VW|
(NOP'OPEtTY- I
INTMECI8CUITC0U8TRI
TMEELEVENTMJUOtml
CIRCUIT OF FLOtlOAjjr
AND FOR DAOE CO0TT
CmlAct.aiiN8.il-A" FC I
ACTION F0 DIJSOLUTIOII
0FMARRIA6E
IN HE The Marrf*0f
SYBRANDTST GEOKua
BAILEY
Petitioner Husband
BEssiE ij:f.haiij:t.
TO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
WILLSON PARTNERS. a
Florida General Partnership
a-k-a WILLSON PARTNERS
at number 13600 N W 16th
Ave Suite 1. In the City of Ops
Locka. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
4 day of May. 1681
HARRIET ALSTER
FRANKLIN FIEDELHOLTZ
AUDREY V FIEDELHOLTZ
DANIEL C HURTAK
JOSEPH J HURTAK
JOSEPHJ HURTAK
AARON SKATZ
MOSES J GRUNDWERG
Vttomey for Applicant
4.AY8 A GRUNDWERG
suite 600.
11 8 E FtrstAve
Miami. Florida SSlSl
MayS 16. 33. 38 1681
Respondent Wlff.
) BESSIE LEE BAILET
1228 East MhPtaM
Gary. IndlaM*M0?
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filed agm >*> *'SW'
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attorney for W1**^,**
address is ***j|
Avenue. Miami Beach. FWJ
33138. and file the orlglf*
the clerk of the above '
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May 8.


Siegendorf Resigns Circuit Judgeship
, Arden M. Siegendorf
Ipced his resignation as
it Judge, effective July 31.
ttter to Governor Bob Gra-
ISiegendorf cited the failure
facial salaries to keep pace
Inflation and the high costa
foviding for his children's
ktion as his reasons for
ting Judge Siegendorf
[to enter private practice
[the Miami Law firm of Sch-
Nash. Heckerling, Tescher
tan lor
native of Miami and
ate of the University of
Law School, Siegendorf
en active in public service
Igyears He served in the
Attomy General's office
Justice Richard Ervin and
later named Assistant
ey General of Florida.
.January 1971, Siegendorf
[appointed to fill a vacant
en the Miami City Com-
on and in November of that
[was appointed Judge of the
f County Small Claims Court
vernor Reubin Askew. The
ring year he was elected
Judge of the County Court,
where he served until his 1974
appointment to the Circuit Court.
In 1974 and again in 1980 he was
elected without opposition to a
six year term. He has served in
the Criminal Division and
presently is assigned to the Gen-
eral Jurisdiction (Civil) and Ap-
pellate Divisions of the Circuit
Court. In November 1978, Judge
Siegendorf was appointed Ad
ministrative Judge of the Ap-
pellate Division, a nine judge
division which hears appeals
from the county court, certiorari
proceedings and extraordinary
writs.
Judge Siegendorf is active in
Technion Women
The Miami Beach Chapter.
Women's Division, American
Technion Society, will hold its
installation meeting on Thur-
sday, May 14, at the Montmartre
Hotel, at 12 noon.
The entertainment for the
afternoon will feature the New
Horizons Choral Group. Dorothy
Arthur and Jean Zaben are in
charge.
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\ community affairs, having served
in 1971 as co-chairman of Dade
Citizens for Tax Reform and
president of the University of
Miami Law School Alumni
Association; in 1966 as president
of the Downtown Miami Op-
timist Club, and in 1970 as vice
president of the Tiger Bay Club
and currently as Board member
of Temple Beth Am and the
ADL. He has served on the
Democratic Executive Com-
mittee of Florida and is past
president of the Young Demo-
cratic Clubs of Florida and Dade
County.
Obituaries
SIEGEL. Berate. Montreal.
SIMSON. Irving. SB, N Miami Beach.
Riverside Star of David Cemetery.
STROM, Ada. New York.
WEINER. Eather. St. N Miami Beach.
Gordon Funeral Home.
LEEMAN. Roae S, Miami Beach.
Rlveralde
PEPPER. Arthur A 87, Tamarac.
April 21. Rlveralde.
GILBERT. Jordan Jack, SO. April21.
GREENBERG. Sherwln Martin, SO. N
Miami. April 21. Levttt-Welnsteln.
LEVY. Rosa. 83. Miami Beach. April 21.
Rubin Chapel.
ROSEN. George M M D SB. Plan-
tation. April 22. Rlveralde
STROUSBERG. Robert Matthew. April
21. Rlveralde
BLOCK. Sara L Hollywood. April 26.
Riverside
DEGENSHEIN. Irving. Miami Beach.
Rlveralde
FEIGENBAUM. David J 82. Lake
Worth Rlveralde.
GARDAY, Aly. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel.
JAFFE. Miriam. 78. N. Miami Beach.
April 27 LevlttWelnateln
MILES, George. Miami Beach Rubin
Chapel
MILLER. Benjamin. 80, Tampa. April
27 Levitt Welnateln.
STEINBERG. Adolph. Miami Beach.
April 28
SVED. Mor Ttrador. Miami Beach.
Rubin Chapel.
CELIAN. Benjamin. 88. North Miami,
April 28
FEIGENBAUM. David J 82, Lake
Worth. April 28 Rlveralde.
GREENBERG, Irving, 83. Lake Worth.
April 28 Riverside
MENDLINGER. Dorothy. Hailandale.
April 28. Levitt-Welnateln.
STEIN. Alfred. 81, Hollywood. Aprtl 28.
Rlveralde
ROSENKRANTZ. Jennie A., Miami
Beach. April SO. Star of David Memo-
rial Park.
ROTH. Murray, Miami.
GINSBERG. MoUle P.. Miami Beach.
April SO. Rubin Chapel.
GOLDREYER. Michael. Miami Beach.
GREENE. Norman,
menahen. Albert. Miami Beach. Aprtl
St. Rubin Chapel.
MORBR. Murray. Miami Beach
PACKTER. Kate, New York.
PLUM. Evelyn. Miami Beach. Rubin
Chapel.
SHURIN. William. Miami Beach. May
S. Rlveralde Chapel.
GALANTER, Anne. Hailandale. April
SO Rlveralde Chapel.
FARBER. Nathan, at. North Miami.
May 2. Rlveralde Chapel.
KE RN, Polly Dear, May 3.
LESSNER. Henry Jacob. 60. May 4.
Rlveralde Chapel
UPMAN. Robert, May 1.
ROGOW. Maye R.. 88. Miami. May 1.
ROSEN. Morris, 89. Plantation. May 3.
Menorah Chapel.
Public Notice
Community Leader
Joyce Sumberg Passes
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In bualneaa
under the flcUUous name South
County Jewish Journal at 120
N.E. 8th Street, Miami, Fla.
S3132 Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Fred K Shochet. Owner
0B811 May 8.18. 22, 29.1981
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
The underalgned. under oath.
says. It la the Intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
bualneaa enterprise under the
fictitious name of Oklahoma
Associates located at Suite 921.
1888 Meridian Avenue In the
city of Miami Beach. Dade
County. Florida
Those Interested In said en-
terprise, and the extent of the
Interest of each, la aa follows
Interest
Gordon R Miller
Partner
1688 Meridian Avenue.
Miami Beach. Fla.
Stephen M. Kulvln
Partner
1688 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach, Fla. Sworn to
and subscribed to before me, at
Miami Beach. Dade County.
Florida, this 28 day of Aprtl.
1981
Carol R. Peres
Notary Public.
State of Florida
at Large
01817 May8,18,22, 29,1981
Joyce Sumberg, 55, an active
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, died at her
Coconut Grove home Monday.
She was a member of the board
of directors of the Federation,
chairman of the committee on
services for the elderly that pro-
vides more than 1,600 hot meals
daily for the elderly and chairman
of the Israel programs com-
mittee.
Mrs. Sumberg, a native of New
York, also was a member of the
National Board of the Women's
Division of the United Jewish
Appeal.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Mike; three sons, John,
Andrew and Daniel; four grand-
children; and three sisters.
Services were held at the
Riverside Chapel.
Anna Glovsky Passes
Mrs. Anna Glovsky passed
away May 1 in Hollywood,
Florida. She was the mother of
Charlotte Brodie, wife of Myron
B. Brodie, Executive Vice Presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Services were held Sunday
afternoon in the Hollywood
Riverside Chapel, with Rabbi
KOFMAN
Joseph G. (George*, of Bal Harbour,
passed away April 29. A resident for 17
years, formerly of Boston, Maaa. Survi-
ving are his wife, Mollle lnee Lauten-
bergl of Bal Harbour; children, Marlon
Roaenatadt of Rye, NY.. Elliot Kofmar
of Delray Beach. Fred Kofman Jules
berg. Colo.; Edmunde Kofman o
Sharon. Mass. and Frank Lautenbe o.
Montclalr, N.J.; brother, Jamea Kof-
man of Hollywood. Fla. and sister. Roae
Krigman of Lauderdale Lakes, 17
grandchllddren. and three great-grand-
children. Services were held May 1.
BEHAR
Roberto. Miami Beach. A resident for 18
years, formerly of Cuba. Surviving are
his sons. Isaac and Molaes; daughter,
Reglna Mechulam; brother. Samuel;
sisters. Rosa and Call Mlya; seven
grandchildren and one great-grand-
child. Services were held May 1 at
Riverside Chapel.
ROTHSCHILD
Frances A., 76, Miami Beach, paased
away May 1. A resident for 30 years,
formerly of Fall River, Mass. Services
were held May 3 at Rubin Chapel.
COOTNER
Rose. 82. of Miami, paased away April
29 A resident for 42 years, formerly of
New York City. She was the wife of the
late William D. Cootner. mother of
Charlene Moaa and the late Dr Paul H.
Cootner; slater. NetUe Aronsori of West
Palm Beach. Anna Nurenberg and Julia
Wolfowite of New York City; and three
grandchildren. Services were held April
SO at ML Slnal Cemetery with arrange-
ments by Gordon Funeral Home.
MAZUR
Mrs. Dorothy. 92. Miami, a resident for
28 years, formerly of New York. Survi-
ving are her husband. John Mazur; son.
Milton M. Maiur; daughter. Mrs. Nadla
Loughlln; two grandchildren, and four
great-grandchildren. Services were
held April SO at Bess. Kolskl A Combs
Funeral Home.
WEINER
Milton. 80. Miami, paased away April
27. A resident for 84 years, formerly of
Hartford. Conn. He was a CPA. member
of Mahl Shrine, and Past President of
Beth Kodesh Congregation He Is sur-
Irving Lehrman and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the family plot
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
In addition to her daughter,
Mrs. Brodie, survivors included
grandchildren, Steven, Debbie
and David Brodie; sisters, Esther
Kaplan, Helen Bloom and Ida
Smith of Mass.
vlved by a daughter, Barbara Welner of
Washington, DC; three brothers.
Henry and Dr. Irving Welner of West
Hartford. Conn.; Dr. Leonard Welner of
Tucson. Arts.; three sisters. Gertrude
Singer of Newton, maaa.; Ann Cohen of
Tucson. Arts.; and Frances Richmond
of West Hartford, Conn. Services and
Interment were held Aprtl SO at ML
Slnal Cemetery with arrangememts by
Gordon Funeral Home.
SUMBERG
Joyce. 86. of Coconut Grove. :*n f"ve
member of the Miami Jewish Federa^
tlon. passed away May 4 She was a
member of the board of directors of the
Federation, chairman of the committee
on services for the elderly tjltaWNJ
more than 1.800 hot meals dally for the
elderly and chairman of the larael pro-
grams committee Mrs Sumberg. a
native of New York, also was a member
of the National Board of the Women s
Dlvlelon of the United Jewish Appeal.
She Is survived by her husband Miae.
three sons. John. Andrew and Daniel;
four grandchildren and three sisters.
Services were held May 6 at the Rlver-
alde Chapel. The tamUy requests contrl
buUons In her name be made to the Is-
rael Cancer Research Fund. 4 E 84 St.,
NY. 10032.
KAPLAN
Norman. 78. of North Miami Beach
passed away May 4. Survived by Ma
wife. Ttby; sons, Douglas of Hollywood;
Herbert H of North Miami Beach; six
grandchildren, sister. Ida Frisman of
Brooklyn. He waa a member and
founder and former Oabbal of Young Is-
rael of Skylake Synagogue. a founder
and first president of Beth TfUah of
Miami Beach and a founder of tne
Greater Miami Vaad Haaaahnith.
Services were held May 6 at Levltt-
Welnsteln. Hollywood, with Interment in
Sharon Gardena Memorial Park.
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