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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
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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vlore than 3,000 volunteers representing
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Continued oa Pat* 7 A
he Year for Terrorist Bombings?
liuah Struggle
To Block Sharon From
Jewish Agency Job
h DAVID LANDAU
IRUSALEM (JTA)
[The Zionist General
icil opened its meeting
Sunday embroiled in a
)r controversy over the
|mation by the Herut
r.ohar movement of
|er Defense Minister
Sharon for the vacant
of chairman of the
Id Zionist Organize-
Jewish Agency Aliya
irtment.
Sharon, probably the most
controversial figure in Israeli
politics, has made it dear that he
wants the post. Bat first the
General Council must elect him a
member of the WZO Executive.
If he wins election, he must then
be named by the Jewish Agency
Board of Governors to the
chairmanship of the Aliya
Department.
WHILE PREMIER Yitihak
Shamir supports his Herut
party's choice. Sharon faces
powerful opposition from Leon
Dulzin. chairman of the WZO and
Experts Say '84 Will Bring
Suicide Squads Here
Jewish Agency Executives and a
leader of Likud's Liberal Party
wing; and from Jerold Hoff-
berger of Baltimore, chairman of
the Jewish Agency Board of
Governors. The Liberal Party
Executive nevertheless has en-
dorsed Sharon.
Shamir has tried and failed to
Continued on Page 13-A
Teavy Luggage
Frank Talk Awaits Kohl in Jerusalem
By CARL ALPERT
I FA Toward the
of January Helmut
Chancellor of West
iany, will pay a formal
visit to Israel. He is the
id German head of
to do so. The first was
Brandt in 1973. Kon-
Adenauer and Ludwig
\r& were not in office
they came to Israel.
Kohl's visit had originally been
scheduled for August but was
postponed at the last moment
when Menachem Begin resigned.
There are some observers here
who believe that the proposed
visit was the last straw, on top of
everything else, which impelled
Begin to resign. He could not see
himself shaking hands with the
German Chancellor, and listening
to an Israel military band playing
the German anthem.
THOUGH HIS attitude
toward Germany had been proper
throughout his term of office,
many here still recall that Begin
and his colleagues had in
January, 1962, taken to the
streets and literally besieged the
Knesset in a vain attempt to
stave off approval of the Repara-
tions agreement.
Two years ago he had, in an
intemperate moment, accused
Kohl's predecessor, Helmut Sch-
midt, of arrogance and impertin-
ence, against a background of
what appeared to be a German
swing toward the Arabs and
away from Israel.
Helmut Kohl will now be re-
ceived by a new Premier in Israel.
No matter what the official
agenda, the atmosphere will be
thick with issues, problems, sus-
picions and fears. Kohl has
acknowledged that he will be
Continued oa Page 3 A
NEW YORK Interna-
tional terrorism is likely to
increase, and there is a real
prospect that '' kamikaze-
style" bombings like those
at the U.S. Embassies in
Beirut and Kuwait will be
carried out in this country,
experts at an all-day confer-
ence on terrorism have
warned.
The day-long meeting, held in
mid-December, was sponsored by
the Institute for Studies in Inter-
national Terrorism of the State
University of New York in asso-
ciation with the American Jewish
Congress, it took place at
Manhattan's Graduate Center of
the City University of New York.
PHIL BAUM, associate exe-
cutive director of AJCongress
and co-chairman of the confer-
ence, announced at the meeting
that his organization will press
for federal legislation that would
enable the U.S. government to
Continued on Page 13-A
Sen. Moynihan
60,000 Workers on Strike;
Disrupt Gov't. Activities
By DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
About 60,000 govern-
ment workers were on strike
still this week, threatening
to strike or engaged in
various "job actions" that
If
UJSL Accord a 'Delusion9
Wait Until Marines Leave Rabin
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Former Premier Yitzhak
Rabin believes the present
commonality of Deads and
interests between and the
United States in the Middle
East is temporary and urged
Israel to utilize it to achieve
maximum aid and other ad*
vantages from Washington.
Rabin, a leader of toe opposi-
tion Labor Alignment, cited
increasing pressure oa the
Reagan Adminietration to pull
U.S. forces out of Lebanon. To do
this while "saving face," the U.8.
nee da the Israeli army to stand
fast in south Lebanon. That need
underlay the warm welcome sad
friendly atmosphere which
greeted Premier Yitzhak Shamir
CwthMesoaPagelft-A
disrupted normal work. All
are demanding higher pay
or the reinstitution of over-
time pay or travel allow-
ances which were suspended
as the government sought to
reduce expenditures in face
of the ongoing economic
crisis.
Labor peace returned Friday to
the Foreign Ministry where
employees ended an escalating
series of sanctions after receiving
a written promise from Civil
Service Commissioner Avrahsm
Nstan that their special status"
would be recognized now with
commensurate -enumeration to
follow in due time.
BUT MOOT of the rest of the
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Page 2-A The Jewish tloridian/ Friday. January 13.1984
Israel Insists
IDF Has No Intention of Quitting
Options in Lebanon......
Overriding Goal in Galilee
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JERUSALEM (JTAl
Israel is making it clear
that it has no intention of
withdrawing the Israel
Defense Force from Leb-
anon before the Syrians
pull their army out of the
country.
The position of Premier Yit-
zhak Shamir stated at Sunday's
Cabinet meeting and conveyed to
reporters by Cabinet secretary
Dan Meridor. refuted reports
emanating from Washington and
elsewhere over the weekend that
the Israelis no longer linked their
withdrawal to that of the Sy-
rians. "There is no truth whatso-
ever to reports to the contrary,"
Meridor said.
At the same time. U.S. officials
in Washington ruled out a change
in the deployment of the Marine*
now guarding Beirut airport or
any extension of their role in
Lebanon. Diplomatic sources had
said over the weeekend that the
Marines would take up new posi-
tions ss the Lebanese army took
over areas of the country not con-
trolled by the Israelis or Syrians.
THAT WAS interpreted to in-
clude the airport which would be
declared a neutral zone according
to the sources allowing the Mar-
ines to move to different,
presumably less vulnerable posi-
tions. A State Department
spokesman insisted Friday that
there was no change of VS.
policy on the role of the Marines
although their deployment within
their existing mandate continued
to be examined.
A Marine was killed Sunday
when two U.S. helicopters came
under fire when they attempted
to land at Beirut airport to
transport American personnel to
ships of the Sixth Fleet lying off-
shore. The helicopters were not
hit. The Marine, who died on the
way to a hospital, brought to 258
the number of fatalities suffered
by American forces in Lebanon to
date. Two Marines and several
Lebanese army soldiers were
wounded in Beirut. They were
apparently caught in a crossfire
between the Lebanese army and
Druze militia.
Shamir presided at Sunday's
Cabinet meeting after meeting
Friday with President Reagan's
specuJ representative to the
Middle East. Donald Rumsfeld,
and two visiting Senators. The
latter were Sen. John Tower (R ,
Tex.I, who is chairman of the
Senate Armed Services Com-
mittee, and Sen. John Warner
(R.. Va.l, both on a fact-finding
mission to the region. None of the
Americans had any comment
after the meetings.
TOWER 18 ENftOUTE to
Damascus where ha is expected
to meat with President Hafez
Aaaad of Syria. Shamir was
reported to have raised the issue
of a U.S.-Syrian rapprochement
in the wake of Syria's release last
week of captured U.S. Navy flyer
Lt. Robert Goodman. The rel-
ease, effected through the in-
tervention of Democratic Presi-
dential aspirant Rev. Jesse Jack-
son with Aaaad. waa praised by
President Reagan who indicated
he would be willing to meet with
Assad.
The Cabinet waa briefed by
Defense Minister Moshe Arens
and senior military officers on the
recant Israeli air raids on terror-
ist targets in the Syrian con-
trolled zone of Lebanon. Shamir
described his talks with Rum
sfeld. Tower and Warner but no
details were released.
Meridor, who spoke to report-
ers after the Cabinet adjourned.
reiterated that Israel's position
continues to be based on its May
17 agreement with the Lebanese
government of President Amin
Uemayel which stipulates that
Syria must withdraw from Leb-
anon if the 1 sraeli troops are to be
pulled out.
MERIDOR DENIED report*
that Israel has prepared a plan
for redeployment of the IDF from
its present line on the Awsli river
to the Zaharani River farther
south. He added, however, that
"in various frameworks" there
were deliberations on the situa-
tion in Lebanon and that he as-
sumed that various proposals
are ibeingi considered but
there is no change in Israels
position regarding its withdrawal
from liPbanon
According to Meridor. "Our
prime interest in staying in Leb-
anon is to ensure such conditions
which would allow us to leave
Lebanon while guaranteeing the
security of our northern border
Last week a senior government
source, not identified, stressed to
reporters that Israel's primary
objective in Lebanon was the sec-
urity of Galilee and that all other
elements, including the with-
drawal of all foreign farces from
that country, support for the
Gemayel government and even
the May 17 accord were subord-
inate to that objective and not
ends in themselves.
U.S. Marines in Lebanon
Called 'Essential' to Progress
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA> Deputy SecretJ
State Kenneth Dam stressed Sunday that the pret
the U.S. Marines in Lebanon has been "essential'
progress that has been made here, including the
talks going on now between the various factions^
country.
"WE WOULDN'T be this far if the Marines
there.'' Dam said on the NBC-TV "Meet the
program. He said it is "not constructive to lay
markers when the Marines will leave" Lebanon orewl
redeployed. He said the U.S. is not publicly cliscuasW
changes in the Marine position while the security talks*]
goingon.
But he noted that if the Lebanese factions agree hi
security plan, and it is implemented and a climate fa
reconciliation talks is created, the situation wouli|
"transformed," and it will be possible to take "n
look" at the role of the Marines in Lebanon.
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Call for Freeze on New Settlements in Territories
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JERUSALEM Two
likud MKs presented an urgent
2t-nda motion in the Knesset
.ling for freeze on new settle-
Hnts in the occupied territories.
fitzhak Berman and Dror
eigermsa, members of Likud's
IiImtbI Party wing, said their
.|Misul was motivated solely by
lie precarious economic situation
id the need to drastically reduce
t)vi*rnment expenditures.
Herman and Siegerman are
iv.inli k-viate from the Likud party
Seigerman said that unless
Knesset presidium agrees to a
i-liiiif on their motion, it would
presented as a regular bill. He
Lid he was confident that a
Ljority of the Knesset would
ipport such a bill.
The controversial issue is
^facing at a time of growing
fcncern in Likud circles over a
Lssibie coalition crisis. Rumors
[**-k ago that Finance Minister
]igal Cohen-Orgad was consider-
a settlement freeze for econ-
hc reasons drew a storm of
itests from Herat hardliners
id a threat by the ultra-
Itionalist Tehiya Party to quit
ke coalition.
joint Chiefs Chairman
Finally Comarad In Israel
TEL AVIV Gen John
fessey. chairman of the U.S.
)int Chiefs of Staff, arrived hare
a three-day visit to familiarize
Jmself with Israel's military in
illations and defense opera-
:>ns. He is not schedulsd to hold
any substantive talks He arrived
here after meeting with Lebanese
President Am in Gemayel in
Beirut where, according to Leb-
anese sources, Vessey expressed
American support for efforts to
build up Lebanon's army and
achieve foreign troop withdrawal.
Some Israeli papers runted
that Vessey was not particularly
enamoured about visiting Israel.
The Jerusalem Post said he had
"evaded invitations" for many
months and was one of the main
opponents of using Israeli
hospitals for the U.S. servicemen
wounded in the October car
bombing of Marine head-
quarters in Beirut
Vessey s visit was arranged
during Shamir's talks with Pre-
sident Reagan in Washington
last November, during which the
two leaders discussed increased
strategic cooperation between
their countries.
Jordan's Parliament
Reconvenes Sessions
JERUSALEM The Par
liament ofJordan, officially
suspended by King Hussein in
1974 and inactive since the 1967
Arab-Israel war. was reconvened
in special session, and political
observers here and abroad are
speculating about what this may
mean for the future of the peace
process in the Middle East.
The House of Deputies, which
was elected shortly before Israel
occupied the West Bank in 1967,
approved a constitutional
amendment enabling Hussein to
call elections within two months.
It was also approved by the
upper house. The National
Consultative Council, an un-
elected body which has been
governing Jordan for the past 10
years, was dissolved.
The Jordanian Parliament is
equally divided between East and
West Bank representatives and a
large proportion of its members is
Palestinian. Circles here recalled
that Hussein suspended Parlia-
ment after the Arab League sum-
mit meeting in Rabat, Morocco
decreed that the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization was the sole
legitimate representative and
spokesman for the Palestinian
people.
Israel Denies Tanks
Want on Rampage
TEL AVIV The Israel Def-
ense Force has denied reports
from Suion that IDF crews in
Merkava tanks "went berserk" in
the town last weekend and fired
indiscriminately. wounding
residents and damaging cars and
other property.
The army spokesman pointed
out that there were no Merkava
tanks in Sidon nor any Israeli
tanks in the possession of Maj.
Saad Haddad's south Lebanon
militia which might have been
mistaken for Israeli tanks. The
spokesman said that the news
agencies which reported the
incident had no resident cor-
respondents there.
Frank Talk Awaits
Kohl in Jerusalem
Coatkaaed from Page 1-A
iveling with vary heavy hig-
ige: "Each of us has modern
erman history in his baggage,"
tat is apt to be on the agenda?
THERE WILL undoubtedly
a frank confrontation on the
>ns between Germany
Saudi Arabia for the sale of
/eraI hundred German Leopard
inks to the desert kingdom.
are offensive weapons
rhich can some day show up on
Israel's borders.
Israel is also concerned by
swing Arab influence within
lermany. It is claimed that
Kuwait has bought a 10 percent
iterest in the Volkswagen
^ompany and already has sub-
mtial holdings in Germany's
third largest bank, the Commerz-
B^tank. Other major German firms
lid to be falling into Arab finan-
cial clutches are Siemens, Thvs-
en, Bayer and other large banks.
The world's third largest maker
if construction machinery, the
|IBH company of Mainz, records
that 18 percent of its stock is
owned by Saudi Arabia.
All these and other names and
figures do not constitute s "take
over." but the trend is alarming.
Corporate holdings do not have
to be dominating to provide far
reaching influence Explanation
that the Arabs are looking only
*+**
for sals and profitable invest-
ments for their oil profits, and
seeking the technical know-how
successful. In April. 1988. the
German Oriental Institute played
host at Hamburg to a dialogue
with Arab scholars and diplo-
mats. In this case, the Arab pre-
sentation did not confine itself to
promoting cultural relations with
Europe, but embarked on a
vicious attack against Israel Be-
cause they overshot the mark,
the Arabs failed, and the masting
was marked off aa a failure. They
will try again.
There is one aspect of Ger-
many's role in the Middle East
which is almost unknown abroad.
Islam constitutes the second
largest religion in Germany, after
Christianity. Moslem mosques
are everywhere becoming a fea-
ture of the landscape to cater to
the religious needs of more than a
million and a half Moslems who
today live there. One indication
of this influence is to be found in
the fact that in recent years some
1,600 German Christians have
converted to Islam.
Helmut Kohl and Yitzhak
Shamir and their entourages will
certainly have much to talk
about.
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reel from the United Nations may
take place again this year. "This
is sn issue that we should con-
tinue to be alert of and take inter-
est in," she said at a meeting
with leaders of the Anti Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith at the
ADL's headquarters.
The envoy said that the efforts
to expel Israel from the UN dur-
ing the last two years were
"turned back" to a large degree
by extensive U.S. lobbying
among member-states and pub-
be, as well as private warnings
that the U.S. will withdrew from
the world organization should the
efforts to expel Israel succeed.
Kirkpatrick said the United
States last year made it clear in
capitals all over the world and to
representatives of UN members
in New York what the U.S. policy
is on the issue of Israel's expul-
sion.
Kahane Ordered Released
On High Ball
JERUSALEM A
magistrate court judge rejected a
request by police authorities that
Rabbi Meir Kahane be detained
for three days and instead or-
dered that the leader of the ultra-
nationalist Kach be released on
26.000 Shekel bail. The judge also
ordered Kahane to surrender his
passport to police authorities to
prvent his fleeing the country.
Kahane was arrested last
Thursday when he held a demon-
stration with a small group of his
followers to express solidarity
with an extremist Jewish group
calling itself "Terror Against
Terror" which has claimed
responsibility for a recent series
of attacks against Moslem and
Christian sites.
However, Kahane managed to
escape from the police and spent
the weekend in hiding. He turned
himself in to the authorities after
having written a letter to Jeru-
salem's police chief, saying that
under the circumstances he first
had to contact the media.
Financial Woes
Hit Zaire Envoy
TEL AVIV Zaire's Arnbas-
sador to Israel. M'Bude -Naomi
Lobwanabi is financially em-
barrassed. He is in arrears in the
rent for the Embassy staff, in-
cluding two Israeli employees
have not been paid their salaries
since September. Other Zaire
staff members have been forced
to move from the posh Herzilya
suburb to cheaper quarters in Tel
Aviv.
Lobwanabi says the difficulty
is temporary. He said that when
he requested funds from his
government hist September, he
was reminded that the Zaire
fiscal year begins only on Jan. 1,
and that no money would be
forthcoming until then.
The Ambassador arrived here
in September, 1982, shortly after
Zaire reestablished diplomatic
relations with Israel which it had
broken during the 1973 Yom
Kippur War. Zaire was the first
Black African country to re-
establish relations, followed by
Isssils.
Israel Warns West
Must Stand Firm
JERUSALEM Israel is
claiming that a firm stand by the
Western powers toward Syria
would yield an acceptable
arrangement in Lebanon. Deputy
Premier David Levy told a group
of visiting American friends of
Israel that the chances were
excellent, if only the West stands
firm.
A weak stand, Levy contend-
ed, would prove to the Syrians
and their Soviet backers that
their hard line in Lebanon has
paid off.
Syria was the subject of a
symposium at Haifa University.
Prof. Gavrial Ben-Dor said that
despite the bitter animosity
between them, Israel and Syria
were both countries that respect-
ed mutual agreements He said
that was the case partly because
both have common enemies, Iraq
and the Palestine Liberation
Organizations.
UN May Attempt
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Super Sunday: Prodigious Effort for A Top-Billed Purpose
:
The 3,000 volunteers representing every
segment of the Greater Miami Jewish
community who help man the phonathon at
Temple Israel on Sunday in the cause of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund wUl be giving triply.
First. will be the contribution of
themselves their work and their effort
to this by now traditional Super Sunday
event. Second, will be their own gifts to
CJA-IEF no one wants to be denied that
privilege, least of all campaign volunteers.
Third, and central to the success of the
Super Sunday phonathon. will be these
volunteers* efforts to reach some 70.000
households in Dade County to enlist their
support in behalf of the campaign.
The effort is prodigious, and per-
sonalities ranging in distinction from
Israel's Ambassador to the United States
Meir Rosenne to U .S. Congressman Larry
Smith to Metro-Dade Commissioners
Barry Schreiber and Ruth Shack will be on
hand to help make it a success.
But what Super Sunday and the CJA-
IEF campaign themselves stand for must
surely take top billing even above the
presence of so distinguished a roster of
notables. Last year, some $1.23 million was
raised on Super Sunday.
This year, in the cause of local and
national Jewish needs, and in behalf of
Israel, the results must be even greater.
Says Howard R. Scharlin, general chair-
man of the 1964 CJA-IEF campaign,
"Anyone can be a part of this important
day by answering their phone when it rings
this Sunday."
And we add: Just make sure you're home
to take the call. So much depends upon
your enthusiastic "Hello" and equally
enthusiastic gift.
No Exit?
All weak, the statements have been
seesawing back and forth. All of them have
amounted to one thing. Both the United
States and Israel want to quit Lebanon.
Both are being subjected to intense
domestic pressure to "bring the boys back
home."
The U.S. Marines, bewildered by their
don't shoot until you're shot at orders,
don't really know what their role in Beirut
is all about. And soldiers in the Israel
Defense Forces wonder why they have been
bogged down in Lebanon since June, 1962,
when the war first started long after it
seems to them that their country's initial
objectives were achieved.
But if both nations and their military
forces want out, both also know that
unilateral withdrawal means virtual Syrian
annexation of much of Lebanon. Hence,
since week's beginning, statements
suggesting unilateral withdrawal both in
Washington and Jerusalem. And
statements denying that any such plans are
in the offing.
Certainly, it is not hard to understand
the desire to go home. An American and an
Israeli presence in Lebanon, after all,
brings no peace to that war-torn country in
any case.
But President Assad and his Soviet
banker remain indelibly to cast even
further shadows upon what has long since
become a grim and dark dilemma. To leave,
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or not to leave, that is the question. So far.
there appears to be no answer that can
make sense. Not either way.
T- 1 1 I I j 1 tfM reODlM KCDUDIK Ol CIUIH
Kabbi Lipschitz s Anniversary trntn.i,*ition..ndgood
rabbinical and educational 1ihitim on
professional level.
But Rabbi LipacbJti'a achievemante fcw-Mt
national recognition, aa welL In 1981. be wan one of
eight clergymen in the United State* invited to viafe
the Peoples Republic of Chine to promote in-
When Beth Torah Congregation began
as Monticello Park Congregation back in
the 1950s. North Miami Beach was litle
more than a village community. In 1959.
Kabbi Max Lipschitz assumed the pulpit at
the behest of some 200 families. Today.
Beth Torah boasts a membership of 1.400.
weekend services regulary attract 1.000
worshippers, and its Hebrew School as
early as 15 years ago was already one of the
largest, with a student body of 900. a
phenomenal number for the time.
Beginning on Friday. Jan. 13. through next
Wednesday. Beth Torah will be celebrating the 25th
anniversary' "' Rabbi Lipschitz as spiritual leader of
its congregetion and his 36th year in the rabbinate.
The statistics are clear they show a major,
productive part of the Rabbi's life as inextricably
intertwined with Beth Torah: and an effort on his
part that has brought the congregation of which he
is spiritual leader to a position of preeminence in
South Florida's religious, educational and cultural
affairs.
Those who know Rabbi Lipedutz are aware that
hie life revolves around a total commitment to his
pulpit, his "flock." his community and to the State
of Israel He is frank to say that Our destiny
depends upon Israel for our own very survival
Combining these various facets of his com-
mitment, he was the first chairman of North Dade s
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign and has been
active in the cause of Federation for more than a
quarter of a century.
He waa one of the founders of the Samuel Scheck
Hilei Community Day School and is currently on its
governing board. Currently president of the Greater
M lami Rabbinical Association (he held that post
ones before!. he also holds memberships in numerous
His academic alumni affiliations include Columbia
University. Yeshive University and the University
of Wisconsin, and he is the author of a book, "The
Faith of a Hassid." published in 1967.
Beth Torah Congregation indeed has reason to
celebrate Kabbi Lipschitz's anniversaries for five
days starting this weekend. Theirs has been a good
"marriage" with a spiritual leader who has brought
them such outstanding achievement. In Rabbi
Lipechiu they have also been able to share the fine
light nf the distinctions that have bean heaped upon
him
A Time for Trees
Tu M Shevat falls on Jan 19. next weak, and it is
an excellent opportunity to participate in the tune-
honored custom of planting trees in Israel.
What better occasion can there be? Tu B'Shevat is
not only known as the New Year of the Trees. But
each year, as in many other countries where large
forests exist, Israel loses untold thousands of trass
to fire. These need replenishment while at the
same time the ongoing programs for afforestation
must continue wit hout a bitch.
In these programs, the Jewish National Fund has
been the dominant force in Israel since well before
statehood, indeed going back to 1906 and earlier
still Today, in Israel on Tu B'Shevat tans of
thousands of people of all agee. will make thesr
annual pilgrimages to JNF tree-planting projects to
affirm their involvement with the ongoing and
historic effort to revitalize the soil of Israel.
But those of us who do not live in Israel can also
participate in these planting projects through the
purchase of trees from the Jewish National Fund
Such JNF purchases are statements of hope and
confidence in Israel's future and evidence of our
determination to ensure Israel's weO-betng and
reclamation.
Reagan Didn't Know What Awaited
Friday. January 13. 1964
Volume 57
9SHEVAT6744
Number 2
SUDDENLY, the conventionai
wisdom dictates that our
presence in Lebanon is equal to
our erstwhile presence in Viet-
nam, and that if we don't want to
experience a second disaster on
the order of the one that felled us
In Southeast Asia, then wed
better get out And now -
preferably before Congress
reconvenes in a matter of weeks.
But like all conventional
wisdoms, this too is neither wise
nor even true although con-
ventional R surely is Further
more, there is no point in
disproving it becauee the policy
to quit Lebanon has already been
set; the dictum, right or wrong
at least sounds wise, and so
greases the wsy
JESSE JACKSON is also a
framer of lopsided dicta that take
on the tone of biblical import if
only to discourage debete Hence
Preeident Assad and the
Leo
MindHn
of Lt Robert Goodman from
captivity M a parallel involving
the American peopl. on th. one
hand and the trip of St Paul to
Damascus on the other.
It was on that trip that Paul is
supposed to have ssen the UmKt
And so the Rev. Jackson exhorts
the American people to ass the
"*w light of peace and tranquility
m the Mlddfo Eaat that
emerge there if only we act on
the divine opportunity that
Jackson and his visit with Assad
have opened up for us to achieve
these things.
u the most bank college
course in logic would reveal for
even an ordinary mind bow
Hawed Jackson's parallel is. Just
for beginners in logical thought
process. given Jackson's
reference to St. Paul, then whst
must follow from the parallel is
that, since it b Jackson who like
St Paul went to Damascus, then
* must be for Jackson like St.
I'sul to ear the light, not the
American people
BUT THIS la net what
Jackson, who talks way too much
to think clearly, had in mind In
fact, from his point of vfcyn\ be
doesn Aeue to sea the light,
since we may reasonably
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After Bus Blast,
Hospital Goes On
Emergency Footing
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JERUSALEM The
[last at the No. 18 bus stop
it tied windows in the
fhaare Zedek Medical Cen-
er, only a short distance
bay. Without waiting for
jrther notification, the
ospital immediately went
emergency footing,
ledical personnel was
jmmoned to the Emer-
ency Department through
be intercom system and by
he time the first victims of
|ie terrorist blast arrived,
ily minutes later, doctors,
arses, orderlies and other
iff members were ready
ad waiting.
| At 12:50 p.m.. a bus, coming
am the aty center, crowded
it h housewives and children on
lianukah vacation, exploded as
[.stopped at a traffic light. Prom
p impact, a second bus, also
titing at the traffic light, was
pverely damaged. The police,
parching through the wreckage,
ind that a very large bomb,
iffed with nails, had been
teed by terrorists under one of
i seats of the bus.
OF THE 37 victims brought to
lhaare Zedek most of them by
issing motorists six were in
irious condition, ten were in fair
>ndition, and the others suffered
|ghter wounds. The following
ty, 17 of these had already been
(leased.
With Dr. Yaacov Adler. heed
the emergency services at
lhaare Zedek in control, the
rounded were quickly classified
cording to the severity of their
founds, and priorities for treat-
em were established. "The
tost serious problems were
irns. multiple cuts, eye injuries,
ud injuries to the respiratory
rstem. Almost all the wounded
iffered from hearing problems
>m the intensity of the blast
many had punctured ear
ima," he explained.
Passengers on the bus included
Ifamilies. A little girl was hospit-
lalized at Shaare Zedek with light
[injuries; her mother suffered se-
rious injuries. A couple, married
for 53 years, Shmuel and Helen
Hernstein. who suffered cuts all
over their bodies, were pulled out
I of the smoke and rubble and
j brought to Shaare Zedek by a
passing taxi. They were given
adjoining beds in the emergency
room.
TWELVE OF the injured were
operated on and are hospitalized
in the Departments of Surgery,
and five, who suffered extensive
burns, are being treated in the
Plastic Surgery Department.
Many have breathing problems
and are in the intensive care unit,
where they are receiving respirat-
ory therapy. Respiratory damage
resulted from the heat of the
blast and sudden vacuum created
by the explosion, followed im-
mediately by an intense shock
wave.
The quick and efficient medical
attention given at Shaare Zedek
is characteristic. As Nachum
Pessin. associate director general
of Administration at Shaare
Zedek, noted, "unfortunately we
have had lots of experience in re-
Anatoly
-i
Six victims were m serious condition.
ceiving mass casualties."
Dr. Adler, formerly Deputy
Surgeon General of the Israel
Rubbed Heart Pains
To a Hole in His Clothes
NEW YORK Prisoner
of Conscience Anatoly
Sharansky is now suffering
heart pains so acute they
feel like piercing needles.
He is massaging the area
over his heart so constantly
that he has worn a hole in
his clothes. This informa-
tion, relayed to the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry
and Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews, is contained in
a December letter from
Sharansky which has
reached his aged mother in
Moscow.
Sharansky is incarcerated in
the notorious Chistopol Prison.
He was sentenced to 13 years for
treason" in 1978 after cam-
paigning to be reunited with his
beloved wife Avital in Jerusalem.
ACCORDING to the SSSJ and
UCSJ. Sharansky wrote that the
heart pains continue day and
night and has immobilized his
left arm. His eyes pain him. For
months be has asked for
hospitalization in vain. He was
given some medication, but of the
same type which had previously
produced severe allergic reac-
tions He fears that he will be
further punished for not being
able to fulfill his work quota.
Sharansky said that his one
bright spot was to be able to light
a self-made candle in honor of
Chanukah. By doing so. he felt a
bond with his wife in Israel. Un-
fortunately, his photos of her
have been confiscsted by prison
guards.
Despite a forced separation of
over nine years and the handful
of letters he has been able to
receive from her. Anatoly's love
for Avital burns bright. It is
clearly evidenced, the SSSJ and
UCSJ said, in exceprts from his
Rosh Haahanah letter to his
mother, only now available in the
West "Shana tova for 5744;
may you have a happy year!
"MY DEAR and loved ones! Do
you know what amating events
are 'taking place' in the mer-
itorious city of Chistopol? The
rivers flow upstream, mountains
Defense Forces, is an interna-
tionally-recognized authority on
disaster medicine and advises the
Army Medical Corps, aa well as
other medical institutions, on the
management of casualty victims.
Prisoner of Conscience Anatoly Sharansky
float free, our planet has circled
the sun twice in an opposite
direction and then, the wonder of
two years ago repeated itself: On
the 24th of Elul of the year 6743
dating from the creation of the
world I. Natan Sharon (using the
Hebrew name he will adopt in
Israeli, received a postcard
directly from my wife Avital in
the holy city of Jerusalem
"On Natalia's (Avital's) face I
see not only weariness, but a pure
motion that has farther
dsspsnsd and clarified our
relationship. My dear child, I
bless you for the New Year 5744,
the year of our jubilee 10 years
since our first masting. I don't
mention oar blessings, for they're
known to us without words, bat I
do ask you for one thing save
your strength, for my sake, for
ours, for the sake of our family.
In a book that I read lately, it
says that in ancient
Samites relied on the
'Looking forward, he saw the
past; the future was behind him.'
Forward, to the past! I would like
to he reading Natalia's letters of
two. three, four years ago. I want
to hear her voice aa I could up to
seven years ago (by phone from
Israel, until his arrest), to be with
bar aa we were nine years ago, I
want enough! I don't want to
continue towards the past, and
anyhow, I'm a Semite, though
not an ancient one. So I face the
future, keeping the peat in a
laa Page 1S-A
Avital Sharansky
,. .on Avital's face, I see
weariness.. .emotion...'
Problems
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Economic Crisis
Likud Fears for Survival of Coalition
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Likud-led coalition,
grappling with a grave
economic crisis, is trying to
ward off attempts by the
opposition Labor Align-
ment to reduce its narrow
Knesset majority.
Labor Party Chairman Shimon
Peres said here that prospects
were good for a change of govern-
ment this year, possibly through
early elections but more likely by
i he defection of one or more of
Likud's partners to join Labor in
the alternative coalition
The Alignment is focussing on
the Tami Party whose leader.
50,000 Israelis
May Seek
To Leave
IKRUSALKM UTAI A
KiiMTnmenl official warned Sun-
day that as many as .SO.(KM) l-
ifl maj k;ive thi' country per
marM-ntly during the coming year
unices drastic steps are taken lm
mediately to stop yenda (emigra-
tion )
\( cording to Dov Shilansky, a
deputy cabinet minister charged
with preventing yenda, that
would be a record number of de-
partures in any single year. But,
he warned in a Voice of Israel
Radio interview, as m*ny aa
100,000 Israelis could become
yordim if the trend is not halted.
former Welfare Minister Aharon
Abu-Hatzeira. just completed a
three-month prison term for
embezzlement and has returned
to the Knesset. Tami represents a
low income, largely Sephardic
constituency and is fiercely op-
posed to proposed budget cuts
that would affect welfare
programs.
SHOULD ITS three-member
Knesset faction abandon Likud,
the governing coalition would be
reduced to a parliamentary
majority of one the one man
being former Premier Menachem
Begin who has been confined to
his home and has not attended a
Knesset session since he an-
nounced his intention to resign
last summer
The Alignment is also seeking
to encourage defections by other
coalition partners at odds with
government policies. mainly
those affecting the economy
They include the Aguda Israel
and doveish members of Likud's
LilH-ral Party wing.
m-puty Premier David LfV* in
making strenuous efforts to en
sure coalition solidarity in face of
the economic situation and the
painful measures that must be
taken to improve it He spent to
day in consultation with Likud's
various partners. He is also tr>
uitf to work out an "economic
package deal" with Histadrut
and the Manufacturers Associa-
tion as a way out of the oWi
LEVY'S INITIATIVE
reportedly won the support of
Premier Yitzhak Shamir but not
Finance Minister Yigal Cohen
Orgad who was said to have com-
plained of outside interference in
an area of his responsibility
Histadrut s immediate
tion to a package deal was nega-
tive. Yeruham Meshel Secretary
General of the trade union feder-
ation, warned yesterday that
there can be "no discussion" of a
package deal that includes uses
on education, health and voca-
tional testa as proposed by the
Finance Minister and at the
same time an erosion of wages
and increased unemployment
Histadrut demands full em-
ployment, price stabilization and
the preservation of real wages
The Manufacturers Association
for its part says a package that
includes a price freeze is not tea
sible at the present rate of infla
tion.
LABOR MK Gad YsBSsM,
chairman of the Knesset Kcon
nmic Committee, said on a televi
sion interview yesterday that an
agreement between Histadrut
and the government was possiliU
on wages but it was hardly real-
istic to expect a package deal
Yaacobi thought the present
government stands no chance of
c.M-rcuming the economic crisis
H suggested that the national
standard of living be frozen for
three years, the national budget
cut by $1 billion bj reducing
expenditures in l^banon and m
the occupied territories and that
the rule barring HI AI flights on
the Sabbath a Likud conces
-n>n to the Aguda Israel he
rescinded so that the national air
earner can increase its revenuee.
Yaacobi agreed with Peres that
the Labor Alignment will return
to power this year, either by par-
liamentary changes or early
elections. In the latter case, he
suggested that former President
Yitzhak navon head the labor
Alignment ticket.
Coalition Enlarged by One Seat
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Shanur',
narrow parliamentary majority was enlarged by one a*]
when former Welfare Minister Aharon Abu HatzerJ
returned to the Knesset last week, having completed
three-mo nth jail term for embezzlement He heads
three man Tami faction.
POLITICAL CIRCLES are waiting to see whether]
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placed in the hands of his associate, Aharon Uzan. after!
his conviction. There was no indication from Shamir!
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Shamir's coalition commands 64 Knesset mandat
but its effective strength was reduced to 62 in re
months because of Abir-Hatzeira's incarceration and
absence of former Premier Menachem Begin who has I
confined to his home and has not attended parliame
since he announced his resignation last summer.
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3,000 Volunteers Will Call SundayMake Sure You're Home to Answer
l-A
human service programs helping needy Jews
everywhere.
Meir Rosenne, Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Congressman Larry Smith,
Metro Dade Commissioners Barry Schreiber
and Ruth Shack, and WTVJ aportcaater Hank
Goldberg are among the notables slated to
participate in the 12-hour phonathon, which
will run from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
"More than anything else, Super Sunday is
s day of people helping people," said Howard
R. Scharlin, general chairman of the 1984
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign. "Super Sunday is the one
day when we reach out to our fellow Jews in
Greater Miami and ask them to support our
efforts to provide vital services to Jews in
need."
ANYONE CAN be a part of this important
day by answering their phone when it rings
this Sunday or by calling the phonathon in-
coming Super Sunday phone line at 576-4860.
'' We're confident this will be a record Super
Sunday, with the support and commitment of
Israel's Ambassador Rosenne
the Greater Miami Jewish community,"
according to Scharlin.
An educational facet of the event
will be the Expo Center, which will feature
multi-media displays and demonstrations by
more than 30 Jewish organizations and
Federation's beneficiary agencies. Day cars,
provided by the Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, will be available.
This year, for the first time, Federation will
also sponsor Super Week, s follow-up
phonathon to Super Sunday, which will be
held Monday, Jan. 16, through Thursday,
Jan. 19. This new event is geared to reach
households that could not be contacted on
Super Sunday, and will also enable more
people to participate in the rewarding effort
that has made Super Sunday so popular.
Last year, $1.23 million was raised for the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund at Super Sunday. The chairmen of this
year's event, Frances B. Levey, Gerald K.
Schwartz, Susan Sirotta and Barry S. Yarchin,
and Super Week Chairman Charlotte Held
expect that increased participation will lead to
even greater results.
Lebanon Options Reviewed
Little Prospect Seen for Imminent, Large-Scale Withdrawal of IDF
By DAVID LANDAU
. JERUSALEM (JTA)
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
has met with senior policy-
makers and military of-
ficers to discuss the Israel
Defense Force situation in
Lebanon. Informed sources
said there was little prospect
of an imminent, large-scale
pull-back but that Israel is
reviewing its options in the
face of the situation in
Beirut and the ongoing ter-
rorist attacks on IDF sol-
diers in south Lebanon.
The consultation took place
hour* after an Israeli Air Force
raid against Iranian and Shite
terrorist bases in eastern Leba-
non, near Baalbek.
Israel sources said the casualty
figures broadcast by Lebanese
media 100 dead and several
hundred injured might be too
high. An IDF spokesman said
the Israeli pilots reported ac-
curate hits.
THE CONSULTATION at
16 Former Ansar Detainees Arrested
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Defense Minister Moshe Arena
hss confirmed that Israeli
security authorities have rear-
rested 16 former detainees of the
Ansar camp in south Lebanon
irho had been released in the
prisoner exchange with the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization
last month. He said all were
suspected of terrorist acts
against Israeli forces in Lebanon
since they were freed.
Twelve of the prisoners were
released after interrogation.
Three are still being questioned,
and one confessed to wounding
an Israeli soldier in an attack in
south Lebanon recently. Arens
spoke in the Knesset in reply to a
question by Communist MK
Toufik Toubi who said he had
been informed that 160 former
Ansar detainees have been rear-
rested.
Shamir's office was attended by
Defense Minister Moshe Arens;
Chief of Staff Gsn. Moshe Levy;
the coordinator of policy in
Lebsnon, Uri Lubrani; and other
senior officials. Informed sources
described the meeting as "part of
a process of deliberation" rather
than presaging a dramatic
change of policy or change of
deployment.
There have been reports here in
recent days that the army may
pull out of Sidon and take up a
more southerly line. Some non-
combattants already have been
withdrawn from sidon. But s
senior defense source told
reporters that there were no plans
to abandon Sidon or the A wall
River line north of the town.
The defense source said
Israel's sole condition for
eventual withdrawal from
Lebanon was security for Galilee
He said the army would pull out
possibly in stages if the
I ebansss army or local armed
elements proved capable of
taking responsibility for security
in the south and prevent a return
in force of the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
THE SOURCE spoke of efforts
to encourage and help local Shiite
militias to establish themselves.
But relations between Israel and
Shiitee have bean soured by the
recent three-day closure of the
Awali River bridges for security
Informed sources predicted
that the current process of
deliberation between the govern-
ment and the army, at the
highest levels might result in a
thinning out of the IDF presencs
"i the south, and some transfer of
suthority to Lebanese national or
local Sashl
The sources noted the hopes
expressed in Beirut that a
security agreement was at hand
that would esss tensions in the
Lebanese capital That
agreement, if reached, would
presumably enable Lebanese
army units to move southwards
towards the Awali River and
eventually cross the river.
Such a development presuma-
bly would facilitate the gradual
withdrawal of the U.S. Marines
and the other units of the mu 111
national fores. This is innsss
ingly the desire of large sections
of American public and Congres-
sional opinion. Israel officials a re
aware that they most take ac-
count in their own policy plan-
ning, the likelihood that the
Marines will pull out of Lebanon
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Overriding Goal
Israel Wants Permanent Security for Galilee
By DAVID LAXDAU
JERUSALEM
- A aeuor defe
UTAl
overriding apal in Lebanon
the I......awl
of Galilee AC
other objective*, anckidang
Che anthdrwai of all foreafn
i from Lebanon, ahor-
up the government of
uo Gemavei.
the May IT. 1983
between Iarael
>n are iliinilia
at objective and are
Murder in Aleppo
Syria Asked to Permit Exit of Jews
VE* YOU OTA- The *****
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th h* of lh I-
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the Leb-
afarhhw-
And while
m gratified by the
Q S Navy's key role as stopping
Syrsen bached aorcae at 9ok ae-
Gbarb and bsoduag theer ad-
vaate toward Baerat. there aaa
evea m quarters not oppooed in
pnanpir u> the American mil)
tary mie in Lebanon to end the
Mannr presence in thesr vulner-
able poeauoas. the source anal
Aaked how Israel would react
to beaag left alone in Lebanon,
the source recalled that the
hinafiiinil force was not
introduced at Israel's request On
the contrary. there waa much uu-
tad fnctmn between the IDF and
the Marine* he said Itwasonly
more recently that a 'change
occurred in Washington where
the interests of the IDF and the
MS F were percetved to nverlap
Israel'* main and sole
cntenon for bringing the IDF
~ie i th- (jalttaa.
the source aid lu demand for
the withdrawal of all foreurn
aj and u> shore up the central
rnment were intended i<>
facilitate that primary goal and
n not ends m themselves as
far as Israel is concerned, he said
SIMILARLY the May 17
agreement was "a political in
rnent aimed at furthering
the primary goal It served the
ane-se government well in
withstand pressure from the S\
rians the source noted But he
implied that Israel would not
init on implementation of
every jot and tittle' of the
agreement if it could ensure
security arrangements in south
anon, thereby facilitating the
w ithdrawal of Israeli troops
The source said Israel was
w force based <>n Shnte militiamen
to take aval security tasks in
south l-ebanon There are prob-
lems, he indicated, and no wide-
ranging agreements have been
reached yet Some of the south
Lebanese Druze are interested in
Israel's ofer which, basically, waa
to equip their militias and aid
them in return for their keeping
the Palestine Liberation Org
anxation out of the area Hut
others among the Druze are in
fluenced by their more radical
nd rdigiousiy uremisi
brethren lit mg in the Haalbak
area uner Syrian domination he
aaU
Life Sentences
For Ex-Nazi
)W (JTAt The State
Prosecutor of Hesse has demand
ed eight life sentences for Her
oaann Kbender, a ?4 Year-old
raaident of Fulda identifad by
*' the murderer of
eight Jewish inmates in the Dora
MatteJbau concentration camp in
Thuenngen shortly before Gar-
jnaay s surrender in World War
OP*) nd himself a
-ate. turned collabor
The prosecution charge*
he murdered the Jewh in
caataa for no motive other than
enjoyment of the rrieae In two
"f"1 J* *i alone and in
Mhe had accoiupakaa The kil
aas occurred bet wean January
March. 194& *uary
hvmg m
ty ta Fulda since the war
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v**~ vnaiprj^is^ {^^r^TKffiRWBffi u $**. *a
ational Fund Annual Banquet Outstanding Success
Banquet held recently at the
aw as the Man of the Year. "The
I of land reclamation and affore-
Ito secure Israeli future," said
Miami, quoting Mra. Charlotte
| America. "Thar* is no choice,"
JNF Foundation, and Guest
: we must find the mnans to
developments and settlement
[he Galilee.
life long service to JNF and
87 years young, he still goes
Don to the JNF and to Israel.
lei as a Pioneer at the age of 17,
'ar I with the Prime Minister of
rid President of Israel Ben Zvi.
JNF Mezuzah Award and a
each Mayor Malcom Fromberg
i
iockett, of Miami Beach
ii Beach Proclamation to
in are from It ft to right: Zev
Sou thern Region, A braham
>Miami and Rabbi Mayer
1.x ec. Board.
'1
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on, Mollie Shapiro, Ruben
ie Rose, Mr. A Mrs. Hirsh,
Hy Lippert, Gertrude
irs.
which presentation was made by Commiastonar William JNF ^^Tn^ ttfSS a R*bbi HS"* AbmmowiU. Chrmn.
RirhuT^ c:%^!!l.T,^,,nvoc!Uon wo *" bv AuguaU Menu
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renowned Israel. Recording Star, accompanied by Maestro Shmuel
tSSnS.Jl'S'L forJ^cm8 ** by Hy Freid and his orchestra, while
Uoreen Stuart played Banquet Music on the accordion.
The Banquet Committee consisted of:
2 andMni. Albert Anker. Marion AlUhuler. Mr. and Mra. Lou
Sn^Mr. V.d Mr?wLe8t? Bi^nan. Abraham Bodow. Cantor
saul H. Breeh. Mr. and Mra. George Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. Lao Buds
Mary Silep Cohen, Shmuel Fershko, Florence Flederman, Bertha Fox,
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Fuchs, Mr. and Mn. Irving Garber, Anna
Gilinakv, Fay Goldberg, Mr. and Mra. Abraham Goldman, Mr. and
Mra Morris Grauer, Abraham Grossman, Dr. Siegfried Hamburger,
Mr. and Mra. Isadora Hammer, Joaaph Hill, Mr. and Mra. Morris
Horowitz. Rose Kass. Rae Kaufman, Rebecca Kaufman, Otilia
Kelkvmann, Jennie Kleeman, Shirley Kotin, Mr. and Mra. Leon
Kronheim, Rabbi David Lebrfield, Rose Leiter, Theresa Levine,
Esther Lipow. Clara Mazer. Rabbi Jehuda Melber, Mr. and Mrs
David Moakowitz, Elsie Nusbaum, Mr. and Mra. Sam Pascoe, Birdie
Pomper. Miriam Preas. Mr. and Mra. Moe Reiffen, Philip Richland.
and AugusU Menu Richland. Isidore Riffkin. Maurice Robbin, Celia
Rosenblatt. Frieda Sack. Mr. and Mra. Abe Savelle. Igor SchulU.
Leon Schuster. Thelma Scheckter, Mr. and Mra. Israel Schwartz.
Oscar Shapiro. Doris Skol. Bessie SUdlan, Jack Stretcher. Gussie
Tabach. Zelda. Thau. Friada Tobey. Mr. and Mrs. George Wind. Sid
Wladaver and Ann Zuckerman
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Chrmn. JNF Foundation,
presents the JNF Mezuzah Award to Honoree
Abraham Bodow. Looking on are Abraham
Grunhut, Pres. JNF Gr. Miami, Commissioner
William Shockett, Miami Beach, Zev W. Kogan
Pres. JNF Southern Region.
Commissioner William Shockett, of Miami Beach,
presents the Honoree Abraham Bodow with the Key to
the City of Miami Beach, as Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
looks on.
Seated Left to right Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Chrmn.
JNF Foundation, Roslyn linger. Exec. Secy and
Administrator JNF Gr. Miami Fred Shochet, ex-
traordinary Publisher of the outstanding Jewish
Floridian, Standing left to right Zev W. Kogan
Pres. JNF Southern Region, Abraham Grunhut,
Pres. JNF Gr. Miami Judge Thomas Testa, Circuit
Court Bade Count, Anne Ackerman, JNF Queen
for 1963-84, and dynamic leader of Point East, and
Commissioner William Shockett of Miami Beach.
The Honoree, Abraham Bodow and Family, who came
from various parts of the country to be with him on
this auspicious occasion
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The Head Table: Leon Schuster, JNF Mordecai 1982-83, Cantor Saul H. Breeh, Rabbi and Mrs. Jehuda Melber Miriam
jess. Comptroller, Philip Richland, Augusta Menu Richland, Chairperson, Women for JNF, Abraham Bodow
lonoree. Standing, Abraham Goldman, Mrs. Grunhut, Abraham Grunhut, Pres. JNF Gr. Miami, Judge Thomas
Testa, Circuit Court Dade County, Anne Ackerman, JNF Queen 1983-84, Prof. Andre Bialolenki Vice-Pre*. JNF Gr
Viami, and Mrs. Biaiolenki Mary Goldman, JNF Princess 1983-84, and Abraham Goldman, Faye Goldberg INF
'nncess 1983-84 and Maestro Shmuel Fershko. K'otaomr*' JNr
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The Head Table: Mr. 4k Mrs. David Moskowits, Mr. A Mrs. Maurice Robbin, Mr. A Mrs. Morris Greenfield. Mr. A Mrs.
Albert Anker, Mr. A Mrs, Lou Aronson, Mr. A Mrs. Igor Schultz, Mr. A Mrs. Moe Reiffen, Mr. A Mrs. Sam Pascoe,
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'Humanitarian Gesture'
But Goodman's Return from Syria Changes Nothing ss: Zi
State Dep 't Mum on Bombings
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration stresses that it
views the release by Syria of
Lt. Robert Goodman Jr.,
the naval pilot shot down
during a bombing raid
against Syrian aircraft posi-
tions in Lebanon Dec. 4, as
a "humanitarian" gesture
and not as part of the diplo-
matic process for a settle-
ment in Lebanon.
President Reagan said that
Goodman's release, after the Rev.
Jesse Jackson met with Syrian
President Hafez Aaaad, will not
affect U.S. Middle East Policy.
Asked if he saw it as a peace ges-
ture by the Syrians, Reagan rep-
lied, "I'm not going to place any
interpretation on it. I'm just
pleased that this action has
takenplace."
REAGAN'S REMARKS came
as he began a meeting with his
special Mideast representative,
Donald Rumsfeld, to discuss the
overall situation in the Mideast
and particularly Lebanon. The
meeting, which also included
Secretary of State George Shultz
and Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger, came as Democratic
and Republican Congressional
leaders are beginning to publicly
urge that the Marines be pulled
out of Lebanon.
The President
Rumsfeld had left
noted that
for Lebanon.
'We will with renewed spirit con-
tinue our efforts and our negotia-
Rabbi Meets
With Pope
NEW YORK (JTAI
Rabbi Arthur Schneiar, president
of the World Jewish Congress-
American Section, said he had
been received in a private audien-
ce by Pope John Paul II in the
Vatican late last month.
Schneier, who is the rabbi of the
Park East Synagogue in
Manhattan, returned last week
from a visit to Europe and Israel.
While Schneier declined to
comment on the nature of his
conversations with the Pope,
Vatican sources in announcing
the meeting said that the Jewish
leader, like the Pontiff, "took a
strong interest in international
affairs and human rights."
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has refused to make any comments on the Israeli air raid
against Iranian-backed Shiite terrorist bases in central
Lebanon. Department deputy spokesman Alan Romberg,
however, rejected the contention that the refusal to
comment was "tacit" approval of the raid.
HE STRESSED that the U.S. had not been informed
in advance of the Israeli action. "These were Israeli raids,
taken by Israeli initiatives," he added.
In the past, the U.S. has either criticized Israel for
such raids in retaliation for terrorist acts or has called for
an end to the "cycle of violence*' by ail sides. It has also
frequently noted in the recent past that it understood the
reasons for Israel's actions.
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strikes against those believed responsible for terrorism in
Lebanon that the U.S. would like to do but feels it cannot
as a superpower and as the chief mediator for peace in the
region.
tions to advance the cause of
peace in Lebanon." Reagan said.
Rumsfeld, during his visit to
Damascus last month in which he
did not meet with Assad, did not
bring up Goodman's captivity in
his talks with Syrian Foreign
Minister Atxlel Halim Khaddam.
It was this omission that caused
Jackson, a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for the
Presidency, to go to Damascus to
see if he could gain the naval of-
ficer's release.
THE ADMINISTRATION
continued to stress its argument
that Rumsfeld did not discuss
Goodman because it felt the "del-
icate" negotiations should be left
to one person. Robert Paganelli,
the U.S. Ambassador in Syria.
Administration sources indicated
that they did not want to link
Goodman's captivity with the
Lebanese negotiations.
The same attitude was evident
in the comments on Goodman's
White House spokesman
Larry Speakes reaffirmed the
President's comments saying,
"No changes are anticipated" in
U.S. Mideast policy. "We regard
it (the release) as a Humanitarian
gesture on the part of the Syrian
government," he said.
Before Jackson went to
Damascus. Syria had declared
that it would not release the pilot
until U.S. reconaissancc flights
over Syrian positions in Lebanon
wore ended. Speakes stressed the
reconnaissance flights would
continue as long as the U.S. Mar
incs in Lebanon were being fired
upon, noting there had been s
flight before Goodman's release.
The Syrians, in releasing
Goodman, said that it hoped that
it would lead to the departure of
the U.S. Marines from Lebanon.
Speakes noted that the U.S. and
other members of the mult ins
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result of the fighting going on
there
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(or s reciprocal gesture by the
I S
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hopes thf Goodman release
would lead toward movement in
the process of reconciliation
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dose U> Syria. He said at the
name time it was hoped this
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rear for Terrorism
Will 1984 Bring Suicide Squads to U.S.?
.. J_____ O___A A ____ ... _. .. ... ..
kntinued from Pege 4-A
significant sanction*' ag-
countries that support
rism or harbor terrorists.
said such proposed
ation would permit the
lment "to act unilaterally if
iry" in taking such action,
the paralysis of the inter-
il community, particularly
Hilled Nations, in taking ef-
> action against terrorism."
ticipants in the conference
that the failure of the
jtional community to fully
iize terrorism as criminal
|ior has encouraged the
of terrorist activity in the
cade. Countries like Libya
(ran were singled out as
rs of terrorism and
^sible for its mushrooming
YORK San. Daniel
Moynihan, one of the
Ipants, warned that terror-
tide bombings are likely to
[in this country. "I think
^ospect of 1964 being the
ev bring the war to our
is real." he declared. "We
assume it and not be sur-
|by it."
MOYNIHAN asked
rally whether "the inat-
tness of the West, and of
ited SUtes in particular,
liderations of the law, has
>uted to an international
I climate that allows other
to assume that they will
held accountable to
of riviUsed and
vtor."
participants
ence, which
it officials,
business
ligstive specialists, joined
[Moynihan in
that terrorism,
I to a political goal, to i
ifferent from other forme of
il behavior.
Norton Moore, professor
at the University of Vir-
iw School, termed such a
'simple nonsense." He ae-
| that no goal can be used to
tucks on civilians. Prof.
said such attacks "are
to international law."
myth" the
cized notion" that ci/il-
>ns must deal with the
>f terroriam or def ne
before responding to
it acts.
JED that terroris n
aim to alleviate politic d
Bis as is widely believe 1
| part of deeliberate effoi t
at the Western dome
to destroy existing insti
"There is a struggle for law. for
authority, and it to necessary to
show that terrorism is impermis-
sible," Prof. Moore said.
In a similar vein, Allan Gerson,
special assistant to the U.S. Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
deplored the "subversion of lan-
guage" that enables terrorist
movements to "concentrate on
blurring issues and on system-
atically concealing their true
identity and purposes until, like a
Trojan horse, they are able to
penetrate our defenses." Mis-
conceptions about terrorism, he
said, included the notion that a
rigorous and objective definition
of terrorism is impossible.
"THEY WOULD tell you one
man's terrorist is another man's
freedom fighter," he said.
"Hence, consensus about what is
and is not terrorism is impossible
and we are left suspended in a
kind of intellectual and moral
limbo."
"A terrorist act occurs,"
Gerson declared, when the
terrorist, seeking concessions
from a state, interne ional insti-
tution, multinational orporation
or similar body appl.ee violence
against individuals or entities
that have no direct connection to
the dispute." Ha added that
terrorists are not interested in so-
cial progress and are not
"frustrated idealists" but will
"make alliances with common
criminals end homicidal
in the
Geraon accused the UN of
abetting the "subversion of lan-
guage" associated with terrorism
by providing a vehicle in which
"extremists and terrorists, whosa
acts float the letter and spirit of
the UN charter, find justification
in UN resolutions that endorse
the 'use of all nacsenary means at
their disposal" to achieve "self-
determination and liberation."
DE8PITE THE difficulties of
combatting acts of terrorists,
particularly those prepared to
suffer death in kamitaxe-like at-
tacks, the specialists at the
conference agreed that effective
steps can be taken to cope with
the throat. Terrell Arnold, deputy
(rector of the Office for Combat-
ting Terrorism. U.S. Department
of State, declared that a funda-
mental key to averting terru.iM.
acts is to "provide a very low
level of success rate."
Emphasis was given by a
number of participants to more
effective high level intelligence
gathering. International net-
works of shared information to
enable darnocroctoa to anticipate
terrorist attacks were urged by
Professor Moore. He slso called
ilzin, Hoffber*er Aim to Block
iharon Post at Jewish Agency
tinued from Pege 1-A
Ide Dulzin to change hie
At a meeting between the
I Dulzin maintained that
i, despite his many talents
areas, was not suited for
KB post.
rmed sources said Dulzin
i unequivocally clear to the
|Minister that he would not
Sharon's candidacy,
th he agreed that chair-
lp of the Aliya Department
[o to a Herat person. But
will have to put up a
Ito who will command
id au -mart in the Jewish
th in Israel and abroad,
aid.
FFBERGEB in an inter-
dcast on the army radio
stated flatly that be
support Sharon. While
the retired general as s
man, ha sassrtid that ho
a
The controversy surrounding
Sharon stems from his hard-line
policies while he served no De-
fense Minister in the government
of former Premier Menachem
Begin and especially his role in
the Lebanon war. Sharon was
forced to resign the defense port-
folio last year on the recom-
mendations of the Kahan Com-
mittee which investigated the
Shatiia and Sabra refugee camps
massacre of September, 1982.
Although Sharon remains in
the Cabinet as a Minister-With-
out-Portfolio. Hoffberger radicat-
ed that the shadow hanging over
him compromised his acceptabil-
ity for a position associated with
the promotion of aliya.
ANOTHER PROBLEM faced
by Sharon is the opinion of legal
experts that ha cannot servo aa
member of the Jewish Agency
Executive whle e member of the
Cabinet. Sharon for hie pert is
not pi spend to give up hie
Cabinet!
for Western nations to eliminate
statutes of limitations on
terrorist sets and legalize civil
suits for damages brought by
victims against terrorists and
their sponsors.
Prof. Moore said that nations
have the right to take action
against other governments
responsible for terrorism.
Possible actions range from
sanctions to military force and
should be proportionate to the
size of the terrorist threat and to
the damage done by the terror-
ists, he suggested.
SEN. MOYNIHAN cited
economic sanctions and action by
the World Court as two of the al-
ternatives available that would
enable nations to avoid the
extremes of "doing nothing or
going to war" to punish terrorists
and their sponsors.
Inspector Donald Moss, com-
mander of the public security
section of the New York City
Police Department, warned of the
need for a "balanced response" to
terrorism. He said that "crisis
management techniques" already
developed by experienced
security specialists can help
maintain civil liberties and
prevent the destruction of
ssjjsjinn democratic institutions
in the battle against terroriam.
He noted that in recant years.
conspiracy statutes, originally
designed to combat organized
crime, have been used successful-
ly to prosecute terrorist*
Sen. Moynihan echoed the
need to combat terrorists while
maintaining traditional freedoms
and stressed the importance of
better counterinteUigence. Amer-
icans are "just going to have to
learn to do counterntelligence
with terrorist groups more ef-
fectively." he said.
In the face or a growing terror-
ist throat, he advised. "Don't
panic. Don't lot yourself be
blackmailed Don't buy hostages
back."
A SESSION on the mass
media brought some disagree-
ment among lepreeentstivso of
the media and their critics. Barry
Rosen, former State Department
press attache and a hostage in
Iran three years ago, charged
that by allowing itself to bo
manipulated and exploited by the
Iranian terrorists whose main
purpose was propaganda through
media coverage, the media bad
become an involved party and
injected themselves in the nego-
tiations between the U.S. gov-
ernment and the terrorists a
tank that should have been left to
"real diplomacy" which can only
bsdone"in a quiet, long-term ne-
gotiating process."
Robert Chandler, senior vice
president for news for CBS. ac-
knowledged that decisions aa to
bow much coverage to devote to
terrorist incident* are often
difficult. He assorted that the
media are not "Monolithic," and
that the "public should recognize
that we are not all alike." Chan-
dler said that because the terror-
ists' goal of widespread media
coverage is recognized and un-
derstood by television news exec-
utive*, efforts to arrive at a
proper balance often "give us
great pain and concern."
Another participant, Michael
J. O'Neill, former president of the
American Society of Newspaper
Editors and former editor of the
New York Daily News, noted
that the emergence of television
and other electronic communica-
tions since World War II. have
given terrorists "a huge
megaphone" and have helped
spread "a revolution of rising ex-
pectations" from one society to
another. Hs was critical of th*
media's judgment of news, char-
acterizing it as "too confronta-
tional, too adversarial, too
wrapped up in violence and
Pearl Stahl, national director of American Red Magen David
for Israel, meets in the White House with Michael Gale,
associate director. Office of Public Liaison, to discuss the
support provided by ARMDI for Magen David Adorn, Israel's
Red Cross Society. In a recent telegram to Louis Rosenberg,
ARMDI national president. President Reagan stated, 'The
United States Government fully supports the selfless efforts of
American Red Magen David. The partnership between ARMDI
and MDA exemplifies the common goals and aspirations of our
two societies.'
Reagan Didn't Know
What Awaited in Beirut
1A
he is convinced that he
already seen it and what is
more, long ago. Otherwise, why
would he be a minister anyway?
It la this same kind of flawed
reasoning that disturbs today's
conventional wisdom about the
parallel between Vietnam and
Lebanon. More likely is the
probability that the Adminis-
tration simply didn't know what
it waa getting into when it first
sstshltohod the United States as
the fjaassaasl of a multinational
force in Beirut.
To say that President Reagan
io simplistic in any sense of the
word, and especially when it
com** to foreign policy. would bo
to pot all assessment of him
much too politely In effect, ho
laces capita Hot-cartel construct*
with carefully-chosen populist
notions about democracy and
believes that everyone must then
respond to his boat intent inns
with not so much aa a glitch.
THE RECENT murder in
Syria of a pregnant Jewish
mother and her two children tells
the whole story about Middle
Eastern (read "Arab") attitudes
toward life and death and the
sacred nature of the human spirit
and the physical body in which
that human spirit resid
Antahi Abadi bad ha
cut open and her breasts
body mutilated. The hands of her
son wore cot off. Her little
daughter waa fees select jvehr
hacked to pieces.
to death over 250
Marinas, their numbers still not
yet finally fixed.
NO WONDER wo want out of
Lebanon. No wonder President
Reagan misconceived our whole
Marina adventure there, sssasfcnsg
Leo
Mindlin
that everyone in that civil war-
torn country would welcome our
poarsksoping effort rather than
blow ui to ami
i smithereens.
Can each cannibalism be
expected to respond to President
Reagan's beat intentions? Or is it
far more lately to be true that the
President was simply ip of
its existence until our bloody
involvement in Beirut?
The latter speculation is, of
course, at the root source of the
issue. More to the point is that
while for a long time wo have
intellectually recognized that
international political violence
and terrorism wore after aD
rocked in the cradle of the Middle
Eastern sensibihty, it is only
recently that we have come to
recognise it viacarally, which is
where true understanding really
coonte.
Furthermore, our visceral
understanding of thai did not
start, say, in Munich in 1972,
where 11 Olympic athletes from
Israel wore senselessly siiiined
down; it started at Marino head
quarters In Beirut on October 23,
1982. when Arab flUltoto
Reckoned in those terms, what
must horrify us al the more is
that it is also the President s
naive assumption* about Araby
that servo aa the basis for his
Oaptsmhsi, 1982 "peace
tive" there a drive
ultimate put puss is to wring yet
more concession* out of Israel
before even the most uberal of the
so-called "moderate" Arabs will
sit down to consider, not so much
a Palestinian state, bat whether
or not they can permit the
continued srletence of an Israeli
stale isnriar saij r h rmnotanras
If the U.S. Marinas ore about
to be ordered to turn tail because
no one in the Administration
quite realized how uncivilized the
Lebanon* condition in, why
should their commandor-in-chfef
expect that hell bo hoard in
Jerusalem on so vital an iesue aa
the survival of Jewish nation-
hood?
Public Feels
War Likely
TEL AVIV |JTA> A
substantial majority of Israelis
believe a war with Syria is Unary
or almost certain in the near
future, according to the results of
* poll published in HaareU
The poll, commissioned by the
newspaper, waa conducted by
Pori. the Public Opinion
Bess-arch Institute of Israel. It
found that 46 percent of a repre-
oantative *-rMng of 1,200
Israelis thought there waa "some
lntoKhood" of a war between
Syria and Israel. Another 80
percent behoves there fe a "high
chance" of a war. Together thaw
comprise 75 percent of the res
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They Disrupt Normal Government Operations
> Page 1 A
bids and not
nng defense materials
arriving at ports The action has
spread to New York where the
Ministry maintains a procure
ment mission.
At the Welfare Ministry, some
5.000 employees were refusing to
transfer payments to recipient
institutions, not answering corre-
spondence and threatening a full-
scale strike. The Interior Minis-
try has stopped issuing passports
and identity cards and has closed
s doors to the public. The 3.500
clerks at the income tax bureau
have refused to audit tax returns
and have limited the number of
taxpayers with problems that
they receive daily
The country's 4.000 postal
workers were awaiting the
outcome of a meeting before
deciding whether to call general
strike that will stop mail
deliveries and shut down post
Drug Addiction High in Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) Drug addiction is high in
Israel, and there is a correlation between drug usage and
social circumstances, according to the findings of a public
committee which has been studying the problem for the
past five years.
PROF. KALMAN MANN, chairman of the com-
mittee, said at a press conference here that there are some
4,000-6.000 addicts in Israel. About 50 percent of un-
derprivileged youths use drugs compared to 3-5 percent of
users among youths who are students or gainfully em-
ployed, the study found.
Mann said drug addiction in Israel is not epidemic,
but it could spread, and therefore the seriousness of the
phenomenon should not be underestimated. The com-
mittee did not recommend severe penalties for the use of
drugs, but neither did it suggest liberalization of the use o
"soft drugs."
Haddad Reported Terminally HI
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Mej
Saad Haddad. commander of the
Christian militia hi south
Lebanon and Israel's long-time
ally, was flown by helicopter to
his home village at Marjayoun
after several days of treatment at
the Rambam Hospital in Haifa.
Haddad was admitted to the
hospital on Dec. 30 suffering
from what his doctors described
as "exhaustion." That was the
condition officially announced on
the frequent occasions in recant
months whan Haddad waa
hopi tali ted According to wide-
spread media reports he is ter-
minally ill with cancer. But no
medical authority has confirmed
this
His family waa at his bedside
throughout his latest """-
ment at Rambam Hospital. His
only other visitors were a res
tricted number of Israeli political
and military leaden who have
had dose contact with him in
recant years. They isyisssut both
the prsesnt Likud griusiiais?
and its predecessor Labor-lad
government.
Haddad had long been branded
a deserter and renegade by the
Lebanese government. When he
assisted Israeli forces in the
occupation of south Lebanon in
the 1978 Litani campaign, he was
stripped of his rank in the Lebe-
neat army. But a special court in
Beirut last week officially
restored his rank and all honors
and seniority as a military off
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U.S. Accord a 'Delusion'
After Marines Leave
Lebanon, Rabin Warns
Continued from Pag* 1-A
his visit to Washington in
Dvember, Rabin said.
| HE MAINTAINED that
amir deluded himself and the
tKin when he spoke of a "new
' in U.S.-Israeli relationships.
sharp divergence last month
Per the meeting between Egyp-
President Hoani Mubarak
r sleet inn Liberation
Cganization Chief Yasir Arafat
i Cairo snowed that baaic differ-
ces remain between the VS.
d Israel, Rabin said. The U.S.
w the meeting aa a positive
tvelopment while Israel regard-
it as a blow to peace prospects
[the region.
[According to Rabin, once the
LS. moves to extricate iteelf
Lebanon, the transient
snce of interests with Is
there will dieaipate. He
dieted that U.S. troops will be
aoved from Lebanon by next
at the latest.
Rabin therefore urged Israel to
ilize the time to implement
.curity arrangement* in south
ebanon. He called for "partial,
nilateral" implementation of the
lay 17 agreement with the
I'irut government, to be closely
nrdinated with the Americans
and with their determination to
disengage from Lebanon.
IN THAT connection. Rabin
proposed that Israel set up secur-
ity arrangements similar to those
opelled out in the agreement.
These would involve local combat
units based on the Shiite Moslem
militias, but hopefully including
the Lebanese army. Rabin was
confident that Israel's relations
with the Shiites would improve
once they realized that the Israeli
occupation would soon end.
Rabin, however, would diveat
from the May 17 agreement by
assigning a key security role to
the United Nations Interim Force
in Lebanon (UNIFIL) between
the Awali and Zaharani rivers.
The May 17 accord assigned
UNIFIL the peripheral role of
patrolling the refugee camps
Rabin thought the Soviet
Union would support an arrange-
ment that would replace Western
forces with a UN peacekeeping
presence. From Israel's stand-
point, it would end the image of
Israel requiring American troops
to fight for it or at least, for a
cause connected with Israel in
Lebanon. This is how the Marine
role is now perceived in the U.S.
and is doing Israel much damage,
he said.
Letter from His Prison
To 'Dear' Avital'
Continued from Page 5-A
knapsack, and I cross raging
rivers and high mountains
owsrds my present with Natalia.
MY DEAR old lady'
Avital). our big anniversary (ten
lyi-ars since they met) is ap-
proaching. I ask the Almighty for
one thing only to watch over
? on for me. your mind and your
eart for all of us. As Samson's
mvM-r was in hie hair, so is mine
pn you. my Avital.
" Severs! days ago, two thick
omes appeared at one of my
.eighbor's (fellow inmate), a
look of Psalms from Kiev. This
a rare volume from the 14th
'Century original, with com-
[ mentaries. The main thing is that
it includes the Slavic Church
version of the Psalms with the
aid of which I can try to under-
stand the incomprehensible part
of my own (Hebrew) Book of
Psalms.
"One of us remembered that
precisely with such a Book of
Psalms guesses' (to provide
personal guidance) were made in
ancient times. So once again,
with a defense of armor so as not
to appear ridiculous to each
other, but still not so tough ss to
be deaf to the voice of our an-
cestors who believed in luck and
destiny, we too began 'guessing.'
One had to read out the name.
number of the page, and the line.
I took numbers from Natalia's
birthday. In 'my' line were the
words: 'The wicked watches the
righteous and seeks to slsy him.
The Lord will not abandon him to
his power.' (Psalms 37:32-33)
(The verse significantly ends, 'or
condemn him when he is brought
to trial/)
"Several hours earlier. I re-
ceived the postcard from Natalia
in which aha writes: 'In
Chistopol. too. there is One who
guards us at all times and places.'
"I strongly embrace you and
kiss all of you and my dearest
Avital. Next year in Jerusalem!
Again, blessings for the New
Year."
Passover 1984
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?iYi/ip Camber, director of the Bass Museum on Miami Beach,
iho has pulled off something of a coup to bring to South
lurida the second showing of 'Precious Legacy: Judaic
treasures from the Czechoslovak State Collections' Exhibition.
the showing opens Jan. 24 and will run through Mar. 18 at the
Only seven American
cities have been selected to
receive the '' Precious Lega-
cy: Judaic Treasures from
the Czechoslovak State
Collections" Exhibition. It
has already been shown to
rave audiences in Washing-
ton, when the Smithsonian
National Museum of
Natural History staged the
exhibit last Nov. 9 to Jan. 1
of this year.
And now it is coining to Miami
Beach, where it will be shown
Jan. 24 to Mar. 18 at the Baas
Museum.
"IT'S A blockbuster." says
Diane Camber, director of the
Museum, in describing the 360
objects that compose the
exhibition. "It's from the largest
and most significant collection of
Judaica in the world," she adds.
"And it illustrates Jewish life
from the Middle Ages through
the 20th Century."
According to Camber, who has
pulled off something of a coup for
the Bass Museum as the site of
the second showing of the fabled
collection, the items to be
exhibited were originally confis-
Lion of Judah Luncheon Features Atlanta Speaker
Harriet Zimmerman, United
Jewish Appeal Women's Division
it tonal chairman, will be the
jest speaker at the Lion of
ludah Luncheon, the annual
gathering of Pacesetters and
Trustees of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's
Division. The event will be held
in Tuesday. Jan. 17. at the
irand Bay Hotel in Coconut
m%
Zimmerman serves on the
uird of Directors of the Joint
'isiribulkiii Committee, the
Ltlanta Jewish Federation, the
American Jewish Historic
ociety, and the Jewish Tele-
raphic Agency. Additionally.
\\u serves on the Board of
lovarnora of the American Jew-
ih Committee.
"This luncheon will be one of
he most important events of the
[W*l Campaign." said Gloria
iharlm. Women's Division
3acesetter Trustee chairwoman.
We are delighted to have a
Harriet Zimmerman
speaker of Harriet's calibre join
us for the day," she added.
The highlight of the day will be
presentation of Lion of Judah
pins to new Trustees. A fashion
Photographs by Leo Mindlin to Go
On View at Lowe-Levinson Gallery
An exhibition of 46
Images in Silver, photo-
graphs by Leo Mindlin, is
scheduled for the Lowe-
ll -evinson Art Gallery of
[Temple Beth Sholom. 4144
|('hase Avenue, Miami
Heach, from Feb. 5 to 27.
Director of the Lowe-Levinson
Gallery is Judy Drucker. who
*>id that the exhibition will open
with a reception on Feb. 6,
Sunday, from 5 to 7 p.m.
The exhibition has aa its
theme, "Toward the Natural
I mags." Three of Mindons
mages stem from aa early as
1944 and 1945. They serve aa the
k.y to the theme and depict Mm
dim s development as a fine arts
Photographer from his earliest ef-
forts aa a youth marked by their
'"nkry romantic style and senti-
menta) thematic material to the
present day.
THE MORI recant work, from
the 1970s onward, shows Min
''in s emergence aa a photo-
Krapher who wrings the highest
lil)le clarity and detail from
' lubjecta that interest ham.
THe capacity that is unique to
the camera to evoke an infinite
gradation of light and shadow
with a sharpness that can be
blazing in its realism is what I
work to achieve today," he ex-
plains.
The bulk of the work at the
Lowe-Levinson showing stems
from this latest period and in-
cludes images done as recently as
in late 1983-84. Other images,
marking his evolutionary period,
ware mads in the 1960s and
1960s, many of them on his
travels abroad.
Mindlin is known widely in
South Florida aa a prise-winning
journalist and a professor of
English and literature at Miami-
Dade Community Collage South.
Ha ia associate editor of the
Jewish Floridian and put in a six-
year stint as a Sunday Viewpoint
columnist for The Miami Herald
In South Florida, hs has had a
one-man exhibition at the Lows
Gallery of the University of
Miami and at the Miami Beach
Public Library. His work has won
him prominent awards and la
featured in books on photo-
graphy, aa welt aa on book
covers.
show is also planned.
The Lion of Judah Luncheon is
held annually for Women's Divi-
sion Trustees and Pacesetters.
Trustees make a minimum gift of
$5,000 and Pacesetters a
minimum gift of S 10,000 to the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
"The Trustee trademark is the
Lion of Judah pin, a symbol that,
we are proud to say. has been
adopted by several other Federa-
tions around the nation," noted
Sue Helfman. Pacesetter Trustee
co-c hairwoman.
Irma Braman and paula Fried-
land serve as chairwomen of the
luncheon.
Rabbi Seeks
Wehrmacht
Officer
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN- (JTAI- A rabbi who
immigrated to Israel from the
Soviet Union has called on the
German public to help him find
an unknown Wehrmacht officer
who, the rabbi said, risked his life
to supply bread and other food to
starving inmates at a Nazi forced
labor camp during World War II.
According to the West Berlin
daily Momingpott. Rabbi Zvi-
Elimelech Schoenfeld recalls the
incident in a book he haa written
on his wartime experiences. Ha
does not known the name of the
humanitarian officer but is con-
vinced that he waa "an emissary
of God.
SchcenfBld waa sent to Ausch-
witz in 1944 where hs lost his wife
and two sons. He was among a
group of inmates later sent to a
military camp near the town of
Brzece in Poland. Ha recalled
that a few days after his arrival, a
Wehrmacht officer knocked oa
the door of his prison barracks
and told him he would leave
bread and other food on a window
sill each evening.
"When it gats dark, take it
from there and share with your
friends." Schoenfeld said the
officer told him. and than die-
appeared. During the eight
months of his incarceration at the
camp, the promised food waa left
almost every evening and made
possible his survival and the sur- m
vival of the other inmates, the
rabbi said
Violins confiscated by the Nazis from Jewish homes hang in
storage in Prague in 1943. These were among the items the Nazis
originally intended to place in a 'museum of an extinct nee.'
cated from Jewish institutions
and homes by the Nazis during
World War II.
"THE NAZIS originally in-
tended to place these items in a
museum of an extinct race,' "
she says. "Instead, through an
ironic twist of fate, this collection
of rare Jewish objects, including
the oldest Judaic textiles and
one-of-a-kind paintings. are
regarded as evidence of the
vibrancy and continuity of
Jewish life."
As Camber sees it. that ia what
visitors will feel when they view
the fabled collection as it opens
here.
Camber first came to the Baas
Museum of Art as associate
director for programs and
exhibitions in October. 1980. In
June, 1981, the trustees ap-
pointed her acting director.
During her tenure, the Museum
has developed an extensive
schedule of cultural programs,
attendance and community
interest and support, received
substantial grants from county,
state and private sources and
garnered its first new
acquisitions since the original
gifts of John and Johanna Baaa.
CAMBER 18 a native of
M iami Beach, the daughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. A. Ernest
Woolfe and granddaughter of the
Louis Millers, all pioneer resi-
dents of the city
An alumna of Barnard
Collage, she akw studied at
Columbia University. Massa-
chusetts Cottage of Art, and
Boston State College. Prior to
coming to the Baaa Museum she
was associated with the Albright
Knox Museum, the DeCordova
and Dana Museum sad the
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Camber is also known for her
work in historic preservation,
having served as associate
director of the Miami Design
Preservstion League for two
years during which time Miami
Beach's Art Deco District wss
placed on the National Register,
and an historic district plan waa
developed for the City of Miami
Beach.
Married to Dr. C. Isaac
Camber, the couple have three
children Oren. Rachel, and
Michael.
SAYS CAMBER. "The
Precious Legacy came to the
United States after 15 years of
negotiations between Czechos-
lovakia and American officials.
The 360 artifacts to be shown at
the Bass Museum were selected
from the State Jewish Museum in
Prague, which houses 145.000
objects from Jewish life spanning
the 10th to the 20th Centura
Historians estimate, she adds,
that 90 percent of Jewish secular
and liturgical objects wars
destroyed during the Holocaust.
"This exhibition is from one of
the most important collections of
Judaica in the world." she
declares.
Luncheon for Friends
Hebrew University
Greater Miami Women's Divi-
sion. American Friends of the
Hebrew University will hold a
luncheon meeting on Jan. 19 at
11:46 a.m. at the Sans Souci Ho-
tel, Miami Beach. Elma Kauf-
man. Chairman of the Board, an-
nounced.
Guest speaker Saul Zabel. Ex
ecutive Director. Senior Staff
Member of the American Com-
mittee for Shear* Zedak Hos-
pital, Jerusalem, will report on
"Medicine and Education in Is-
rael Today.-' Members of the
committee include Tbshna
Anton. Viola Charcowaky. Ruth
Ptatt. Stella Topol and Batty
Sckaffar.
The seesion ia being coordmat
d by Florence D. Feldman.
Director of the Greater Miami
Woman's Division.
dTewislh Floridiajm
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From the PulPit
On Jewish Time and Identity
it
By RABBI
ELLIOT SKIDDELL
I am fascinated by the amount
of technology packed into very
small packages today. I have a
watch with about ten different
functions. When 1 was playing
with the buttons. I found out
that it can be set to show the tune
in another time zone. Many of
you probably have watches with
the same capability, and maybe
your watch is set for a time zone
where you have family or where
you conduct a lot of business.
I set my watch for the time
here and for the time in Israel so
that at a glance I can see what
the time is in Israel and feel, for a
second, that I am there. Such
actions are symbolic of my
Jewish schizophrenia, a disease
diagnosed long ago by the
Spanish-Jewish philosopher and
poet, Yehudah Ha Levy, who
wrote, "My heart is in the east,
and I am in the uttermost west.*'
Our hearts are turned toward
Israel each time we pray. At the
conclusion of Yom Kippur and at
the end of the Pesach Seder we
exclaim, "Next year in Jerusa-
lem!" But, we don't realh/ mean
it. When the UN voted that Zion-
ism equal to racism, we all wore
buttons proclaiming, "I am a
Zionist," but we didn't mean it.
At community events we sing the
words of Hatikvah, "Our eyea
turn toward Zion, expectantly.
We will never abandon the hope
that one day we will be a free peo-
ple in our own land., the land of
Zion But we really don't mean
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TO BE a Zionist means more
than to think that Israel is a nice
place to visit, more than to be-
lieve that Israel is the spiritual
center of the Jewish people. To be
a Zionist menas to believe that
we as Jews should be living in a
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around us. The collective memory
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Torah Congregation in
Miami Beach is honoring
Max A. Lipschitz for his
nied commitment to Jew
, and recent milestones
in his professional
with a series of five days
ptir.ition activities starting
vcning through Wednes-
Ibi Lipschitz is celebrating
lli anniversary as spiritual
of lieth Torah Congrega-
nt 36 years in the Rabbin-
is also celebrating a "spe-
ihday."
I'ntly serving as President
Rabbinical Association of
Miami. Rabbi Lipschitz
North Dade's largest
native congregation with a
)i membership of 1,400.
>i Lipschitz was ordained
ed at Yeahiva University,
\\v honor of having studied
wo rid-renowned scholar,
J.B. Soloveitchik. He re-
his Ph.D. from the
nity of Wisconsin, M.A.
[Columbia University, and
ura Yeshiva University.
five-day celebration in
I of Rabbi Lipschitz will in-
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at dinner, services and
Shabbat: Saturday
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litz will chant the Haftorah
preach, followed by a Kid-
and luncheon; Sunday-
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[of the Rabbi, followed by a
fast; Monday evening-
ay morning-adult educa-
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and Wednesday-gala
ay party.
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Rabbi Lipschitt
gives the congregation an oppor-
tunity to take note of what Beth
Torah stands for and the type of
leadership it maintains. "It gives
us all a chance to rejoice to-
gether."
Under the leadership of Rabbi
Lipschitz, Beth Torah presently
sponsors a unique blend of pro-
gramming to include activities
for singles and couples, adult
education, early childhood educa-
tion, youth department, sister-
hood, men's club, and a con-
versation program.
His life revolves around a total
commitment to the State of Is-
rael and survival of the Jewish
People. "Our destiny depends
upon it for physical, religious and
cultural survival." he states
In 1961, Rabbi Lipschitz was
on* of eight clergyman in the
United States invited to visit the
Peoples Republic of China to
promote international relations
and goodwill.
In 1969. Rabbi Lipschitz began
with a 200-family congregation
called MonticoUo Park Congrega
tion. One year later, a new sanc-
tuary and school was erected, and
the name changed to Beth Torah
Congregation.
"We had no professional staff,
and only a part-Lima Cantor,"
Rabbi Lipschitz states "Our first
priority was to build a synagogue
and school to meat the needs of
the growing congregation and
community. '
Those needs were met over the
years, as the Rabbi explains,
"The combination of lay leader-
ship and rabbinic leadership was
responsible for its rapid growth."
Rabbi Lipschitz feels that the
growth of Beth Torah is due in
part to its strength in two areas.
Shabbat Services, You couldn't
gat 1.000 people back to Schule
every Sabbath if the service
wasn't inspiring, and warmly re-
ceived:" and Education, "Beth
Torah had the largest Hebrew
School in the late 60s. with an
enrollment of 900 children."
United Synagogue activities is
of major interest and importance
to Rabbi Lipschitz and he's
pleased with the congregation's
involvement. "Through my en-
couragement," he states, "mem-
of Beth Torah have had
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leadership roles in United Syn-
agogue than any other syn-
agogue in the South."
According to Rabbi Lipschitz.
Beth Torah's Youth Department
holds the future of Beth Torah
and community leadership. "The
department has grown from
having the first full-time youth
director to its members holding
international and regional offices
in United Synagogue Youth." he
states.
Community involvement hss
always been in the forefront of
synagogue activities for Rabbi
Lipschitz. He was the first chsir-
man of north Dade's Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign and has
been active in Federation for 25
years. He was one of the founders
of the Samuel Scheck Hillel Com-
munity Day School and is
presently a member of its
governing board. He has also
helped develop communal leader-
ship among his congregants, and
as a result, many Beth Torah
members are active in the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation and
other Jewish organizations.
Professional development in-
cludes being twice elected as Pre-
sident of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of Greater Miami, lead the
American Jewish Congress as
President for seven years, and is
past president of the American
Jewish Congress of Florida. He
holds membership in the Rab-
binical Assembly of America,
American Jewish Congress, Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami, Yeahiva University
Alumni Association, Columbia
University Alumni Association,
University of Wisconsin Alumni
Association, and B'nai B'rith.
One of his major accomplish-
ments is his authorship of the
book, "The Faith of a Hassid,"
published in 1967. He hss slso
contributed to various national
publications.
He is married to the former
Rhode Israel Stein. They have
five children and five grand-
children.
Rose and Israel Schwartz will
be honored on Sunday, Feb. 5, at
noon, at the Jewish National
Fund. Temple Beth Raphael
Annual Tribute Banquet in the
Konover Hotel, according to a
joint stement by Abraham Grun-
hut. President of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami,
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman. JNF
Foundation Chairman.
Zev W. Kogan. President of
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Point East For Israel Bonds To Honor Mrs. Weissbert
The Israel Bonds Organization and Winston Towers 10O-4OC'
honored Nat. D. and Florence Logan with Israel's 35th
Anna ersary Award at the annual Winston Towers Salute tn
Israel held on behalf of the Israel Bonds Program. The award
was presented by chairman of the event, David Herman (right/
Dr. Phillip Frost received Israel'% Maimonides Award at the
annual State of Israel Bonds Physicians Dinner held in his
honor. Dr. Frost, Chairman of the Department of Dermatology,
Mount Sinai Medical Center, was recognized for his many years
as a leading physician in the community and for his dedication
to numerous philanthropic causes as well as to the Israel Bonds
program. Mrs. Frost looks on as the award is presented by Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El.
Temple Sinai of North Dade held its annual Salute to Israel in
coopoeration with the State of Israel Bonds Organization and
honored Dorothy and Irving Leopold (left) with the Israel 35th
Anniversary Award. The award was presented by Temple Sinai
Spiritual Leader Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley.
Unterman Talks To Hebrew Forum
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Dr. Jeremiah Unterman. di
rector of the Jewish Studies Pro
im at Barry University, will be
i Hired speaker at the forth-
coming meeting of the Hebrew
Cultural Forum Moadon Ivri on
Tuesday. Jan. 17 at 1:30 p.m. at
the auditorium of the Miami
Beach Public Library.
I*** <* the presentation will be.
"Repentance and Redemption in
the writings of the Prophet
Hoshea" with Dr. Unterman
exploring the specific approach of
the prophet in relation to these
two central concepts in Jewish
thought.
Dr. Joseph Diamond is Presi-
dent of the Moadon Ivri.
Israel Bonds
Residents of Point East of
North Miami Beach wil celebrate
their annual Salute to Israel on
behalf of the Israel Bond Org
anuaton on Tuesday. Jan 4. 8
pm in the Point East Audi
tonum
The Israel 36th Anniversary
Award will be presented,
recognizing the continuing sup
port and participatton of Point
Ml resident* in the Israel
iirr.;>a:*r~
MomsL Ti.lii
chairman for the seventh
rutive year and aasd that
agaai support is meausuag far the
lsi > afcipaami of Israel
the Israel Bonds pro
the Poeat East com
U t are determined that
Uas year campaign will be big
gcr sad better than ever for Israel
Roods Tobroan said
Specie, guest will be Kmi.
Cohen, raconteur and humonat
Honorary chairman of the even
ba| 'v aVaTasI Samuels Vice-
chairpersons are Anne Acker
man. Arthur Miller. Molly Levin
son and Mollie Shapiro
Ruth Weawbarg. a noted
Jewish communal leader, has
been named to receive the
Woman of Valor Award from the
Israel Organisation at the
Annual AM IT Women (formerly
American Miirachi Women)
Bond-with Israel Luncheon
scheduled on Sunday. Jan. 22.
11 30am at the Konover Hotel
Mrs Weiasberg will receive the
coxeted Woman of Valor Pm rec-
ognizing her many decades of
service u> A MIT V\ omen and to
the Israel Bonds program She is
a Founder of AM IT and has held
numerous leadership positions
within the group She is a
member and Founder
Hsdassah and s life member of
the Mvasthema (iravi- Founds
lion of New York She is also a
lite member of the Cuv of Hope
and the Vanetv Club Women
Mrs WeissberK has
active on behalf of the Mount
Mnai Medical Center Foundation
and is a Founder of the Gold
Coast Synagogue Sisterhood.
serving as Vice-President, and
Ruth Weusberg
r rlends of the Bass Museum.
Special guest will be Jena,
Chairman of the event *
Frances Horowitz Jacobs, i
dedicated worker for AM IT
V omen and a former Woman of
Valor Award recipient Honorary
Chairman is Lily Stone
Temple Samu-ElHolds Bond Function Fromberg installs bb
Temple Samu-El in South
Dade will hold its annual Salute
to Israel on behalf of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization on
Sunday. Jan. 22. 9:15 am
At that time Aids and Joseph
Roisman are skated to receive the
Israel Gates of Jerusalem
Medallion recognizing their many
years of participation in Jewish
communal work
Roisman serves on the Temple
Sinai board of directors and is
also a director of the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation on Miami
Beach He is a member of the
B'nai B rith South Dade Latin
Lodge.
Mrs. Roisman is a member of
Hsdassah Inter-American
Chapter and is involved in
numerous other projects.
The Roismana lived in Israel
for many years and Roisman
served in the Israel Defense
Forces participating in the Six
Day War-Sinai Peninsula cam-
paign.
Special guest at the event will
be Jerome Gleekel. a Middle East
expert and political scientist.
Chairmen are Joseph and Naomi
Weiaberg. temple leaders.
Aida and Joseph Roisman
B'nai M rith International wi
hold their installation lunchsoa
on Sunday. Jan 15. noon, at tat
Singapore Resort Motel Miami
I leach Mayor Malcolm H
Fromberg. Senior Vice President
will install Terence D. Speycr at
President, and Peter C. Clement
Frank Fredel. Gary Marks sod
Lotsal Surhman as Vim Press!
ents Secretary- Treasurer a
l-awrence E. Siff. Samuel Hint.
Warden, and Nathan Mock.
Chaplain
Herman Nudetman. Honorarr
Life President, is chairmsn
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in American Rabbi
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Friday, January 18,19S4/Tfcw Jewish Floridam fip5-)|
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VATICAN CITY (JTAI -
[I. Osservatore Romano, the offi-
Icial newspaper of the Vatican,
Ihas just published a special sup-
plement in Italian on "The
Jubilee Year and the Bible,''
Ifeaturing as its lead essay. "Holy
Year and Its Origins in the Jew-
ish Jubilee Year," by Rabbi Marc
iTanenbaum of the American
[.Jewish Committee.
Tanenbaum's scholarly eeaay
Iwa." originally published in 1975
Iby the Vatican Commission for
111,1 Holy Year, and was translat-
led into English. French. German,
[Iialian. Spanish, and Portuguese.
In its present Italian form in the
|\ atican publication, the article
|occupies four full pages and is il-
istrated with a series of
iieval religious paintings.
Tanenbaum wrote the article at
le request of Vatican authorities
vhile he served as director of
Inter-religious affairs of the
American Jewish Committee. He
I now AJC director of interna-
tional relations.
This is believed to be the first
ime that the Vatican daily has
eatured such a full-length Jewish
I historical and theological essay
h\ a Jewish author. When pub-
lished in 1975 in a Vatican book
nn the Holy Year, the article waa
Beth David Kailah
Features Heschel
Susannah Heschel
Reth David Congregation Sis-
Itt-rhood will hold it* annual
Kailah weekend featuring guest
speaker Susannah Heschel,
daughter of the late Abraham
Joshua Heschel. Her topics of
discussion includes "On Being a
Jewish Feminist" and "Heschel
on Heschel Kay Ideas in the
Thought and Life of Abraham
Joshua Heschel." The lectures
will be held on Friday. Jan. 20,
8:30 p.m. and Saturday. Jan. 21
at 10:30 a.m. at Beth David Con-
gregation.
Mrs. Richard Bailey is chair-
man of the weekend. Serving on
the commit tee are airs. Jack
Pliner and Mrs. Morris Dan. Mrs.
Richard MiUtein is Cultural Vice
President and Mrs. Robert Spie-
gelman is Sisterhood President
Levy* Sat Camp Reunion
Florida Reunion and Open
House for present, past and pros-
pective campers of Camp
Wohdo. Camp Comet and Comet
Trails, will take place at Don
Carters Kendall Lanes on Satur
day. Jan. 21 from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. The camps have been owned
and directed by the Levy Family.
M iamians, for the past 66 years.
Chug Haara Mltataln
distributed by the national
Conference of Catholic Bishops to
all the American Catholic bishops
and Catholic seminaries as a re-
source document-
In his essay. Tanenbaum
traces the origins of the Jubilee
Year in Biblical Judaism, and
describes its practice and mean-
ing as it was developed and
experienced in about 3,000 years
of Jewish history.
"The Bible sets forth.'' he
wntas. "four-fold obligations, all
The South Florida .
Aliyah Group will hold its meet
ng on Sunday. Jan. 16 at 7 pm
t the Jewish Federation Guest
* wffl be Allan Mftatafa.
Director of the Israel Aliyah Caa-
housing
of which focus on realizing libera-
tion in the actual life of the Peo-
ple of God aa basic preconditions,
or corollaries, to their spiritual
liberation: Human liberation
of slaves: Economic the
moralization of the use of pro-
perty and material goods; Eco-
logical liberation of the land:
Educational the creation of a
spiritual democracy by devoting
the Jubilee Year to intensive
education of all men, women,
children, and 'resident aliens' in
the teachings of the Torah."
Miami Hadassah Gala Sunday
Yitxchak Mayor. Consul
General of Israel in Montreal and
Head of Torah and Education,
World Zionist Organization, and
Rose Matzkin, National Presi-
dent, will highlight the Miami
Beach Region of Hadassah gold-
en anniversary of Youth Aliyah
gala event on Sunday at the
Sheraton Bal Harbour Hotel.
Edythe Zimmerman is chair-
man of the event. Diane
Issenberg is president of the
Miami Region of Hadassah.
Hadassah "grandmothers and
grandfathers" will receive special
recognition.
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Cordially Invite You to Attend
A Cantorial Tribute
To the Music of Sidor Belarsky
Under the High Patronage of
His Excellency, The Honorable Meir Roaenne
Ambaaaador of Israel to the United Stataa
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Rabbi Irving Lehrman
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Page 6- B The Jewish Flondian" Friday. January 13. 1984
Community Corner
The Jewish Community Centers of South Florida will present
the Footlighter Dance Company on Sunday. Jan. 15 at 1 p.m. in
the Federation Gardens. The senior adult program is a variety
show of ballet and jazz performed by 20 children for the Golden
Age Friendship Club
The Galil Chapter of AMIT Women will sponsor an afternoon
of games on Wednesday. Jan. 18 at 12:30 p.m. at Young Iarad
Synagogue, acrordiag to Co-pre aide nU Ida Ariuk and Ruth
Goraboff.
Four Freedoms Ladies Auxiliary No 402. Jewish War
Veterans, will hold their monthly meeting on Jan 19. noon, at
the Sherry Frontenac Hotel, according to Rath Geogbegan.
President.
The Tropical Cancer League will hold their luncheon meeting
on Friday. Jan. 20 at 11:45 a.m. at the Ocean Pavilhon
Temple (>r CMom. Beth Tov and Beth Israel are among the
it.ngregations participating in a Sabbath salute as part of the
national AMIT Women Shabbat." on Saturday. Jan 14
Miami Beach Commissioner Ben Grenald will be guest
speaker at the weekly Forum of B'nai B'nth Lodge No 1591 on
Friday. Jan 13. noon, m the Social Hall at 100 Lincoln Road.
Bob Cohan) Chapter No 147. B'nai Zion Singles and Couples.
ill hold its monthly dance on Saturday. Jan 14 at 7:.'K)p m at
the llallandale Jewish Center Proceeds will go to Home for
Retarded Children in Rosh Ha ay in. Israel
'I aaw M ills Batata Planning will be discussed bv Fred E
(.li.kman. attorney, at the Junior Club Club of Dade Count*
meeting on Monday. Jan 1> at 7 30 pm at the Briar Ba'v
Raquet Club Recreation Beat
Al Postal ha< been re-t4*ctl President of the Mar I-en
(ardens Men I Social Club Mr Postal is mia ing lot the fourth
term as chairman for the I Uratioa < I \
campaign
Ruth Sperber. retiring Florida Regional Director of Women's
I-eague for Israel, will be the guest of honor at a luncheon on
Wednesday. Jan 25. noon, at Bonavenlure Country Club. Fort
l^uderdale. according to Lorraine Frost. Florida Regional
President Charlotte Goldstein and Annete Kay are co-chairmen
for the testimonial luncheon.
Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Zion will hold a white elephant
sale and mini bazaar on Jan 22. 23 and 24. from 10 am to 4
p.m. at Temple B'nai Zion.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra will perform for the first
time in Miami on Saturday. Jan. 21 and Monday. Jan 23at the
Dade County Auditorium, according to Judy Drwrker president
of the JND Concert Foundation, sponsor of the event
In Quest of Excellence." a survey of masterpieces from the
collections of America s leading museums, will inaugurate the
new Center for the Fine Arts in Miami on Jan. 14.
Classen m Modern Conversational Hebrew and Spanish for
high school students and adults will begin Jan. 3 from 7-10 p.m.
at the South Miami Junior High Community School.
Israel Air Force Attacks
Sites OfPLO
Dissidents In Lebanon
ByHUGHORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA> The Israel Air Force last week
attacked installations of Palestine Liberation Organization
dissidents in Behamdoun on the Beirut-Damascus high
way. A military spokesman said the targets were two
buildings taken over by the forces of Abu Moussa. the
Syrian-backed PLO leader who helped oust Yasir Arafat
and his loyalists from Lebanon last month.
Beirut Radio reported later in the day that four Israeli
Kfir jet fighter-bombers carried out a second attack at
noon and apparently hit a building used as an ammunition
storage. The radio reported heavy explosions.
MEANWHILE. Israel Radio has reported that the
Defense Ministry and the army are seriously considering
the withdrawal of Israeli forces from Sidon. The purpose
would be to reduce the military presence in a densely
populated, heavily built-up town where attacks on Israeli
soldiers and installations have become more frequent in
recent weeks.
The Awali River, which enters the sea just north of
Sidon, would continue to be the Israeli front line for some
time to come, the radio report said. The Israel Defense
Force has withdrawn to the Awali River last fail from the
Shouf mountains and the environs of Beirut because of
mounting casualties.
Arisons Named
For Art Auction
Mr and Mrs Ted Arison of
Miami Beach have been named
honorary chairmen of the annual
Temple Emanu-EI Art Auction.
scheduled at the Fnedland Ball
room of the congregation Sun
day. Feb 5.
Acceptance of Lin and Ted
\riNon was announced b> Sidney
1 perman. president of Temple
hmanu'l I \ri*on and hi* wile
are founders of the National
Foundation for Ad\ancemenl in
the Art* He i* vice president of
Temple hmanu-FI and national
chairman of the American
Committee for the Tel A\i\
Inundation
A preview of the auction art
will be held Tuesday. Jan 24. at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Gallery
beginning at I p m
One original painting. Havdal-
lah Service, b) Kliazar Weishoff.
which will he up for auction, was
adopted as the design for a stamp
by the Government of Israel. < me
of the world s most prominent
stamp designers. Wei*hott has
had hi* work replicated in the
postal Mamps of more than _'<>
different nations
Three dimensional pteci-s in
ilude scale model bronze* com
missioned for publu displaj b)
sculptor Daniel Kafri
l'r<- he auction v
to man Da> Si hooL a
Hebrew da\ school m Miami
Heath operated b\
r.manu-Kl under the agparvianl
of I)r IrvinK l-ehrman rabbi of
the congregation for the past 41
years.
Temple Israel
Hosts Nuclear
Arms Forum
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will host the Miami
segment of the National Issues
Forum on Nuclear Arms and
National Security on Jan. 20.
following the downtown Friday
evening worship services, accord
ing to Rabbi Haskell M. Bernat
Rabbi Bernat stated that the
Forum is part of a series which
represents the pooled resources of
a nationwide network or organ-
izations including libraries,
colleges and community
organizations. While Temple
Israel, as part of the Union of
American Hebrew Organizations,
has a position on the issue of
nuclear freeze, the Forum is a
non-partisan effort that does not
advocate any specific solution or
point of view. Rabbi Bernat
commented.
Evelyn Wilde Mayer son, as-
sistant professor of English at
the University of Miami and
author of "No Enemy But
Tiem," will be guest speaker
at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami Sisterhood's Cultural
Series on Tuesday. Jan. 24 at
the Temple.
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N a'a mat Picon Reviaw Friday, January 13, 1984 / The Jewish FToridiaa Paga 7-B j
Lois Jordan, assistant vice president and manager of the
Normandy Isle office of AmeriFirst (right); Dr. Michael Krop,
member, Dade County bcnool Board; and Beverly Karren-
bauer, principal, Treasure Island Elementary School, observe
students working in the school's computer lab. Dr. Krop and
Mrs. Jordan toured the school during a special Open House
held recently. The AmeriFirst Normandy Isle office has
adopted Treasure Island Elementary School in conjunction
with the Dade Partners in Youth Program and, at the end of the
year, will donate a Timex computer to the student who has
shown the most improvement in mathematics during the school
year.
Stanley Glaser (left! was presented with Mercy Hospital
Foundation's Distinguished Service Award by Norman
Renford. President of the Foundation. Mr. Glaser was
recognized for his outstanding support of various projects and
service as Chairman of the Finance Committee. He has been a
member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation since 1982.
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A review of the autobiography
of Molly Picon, well-known
actress of the Jewish theater, will
be given by Bertha Liebroann.
popular book reviewer and vice
president of the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women
Na'amat at the Thursday, Jan.
19, noon meeting of the Golda
Meir Chapter of H nn new
Women-Na'amat. The session
will be held in the auditorium of
the 100 Lincoln Road Building.
Miami Beach.
Katherine Lippman is presi-
dent of the chapter.
Mrs. Felman Speaks
Mrs. Helen Felman will be
guest lecturer for the Women's
Study Group of the Miami Beach
Jewish Community Center on
Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 10 a.m.
She will discuss the contribution
of the Great Jewish Women
scholars of the Talmudic period.
Mrs. Felman is past president
of the Brooklyn Chapter of
Women's Branch of the Union of
Orthodox Synagogues and serves
on the Speakers Bureau of
Mizrachi Women's Branch of
UOJC and Hadassah.

J. Jeffrey Campbell, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of
Burger King Corporation (center) recently received the Ameri-
canism Award from the Anti-Defamation League of the B'nai
B'rith. With Campbell are (left to right) Arthur Teitlebaum,
Executive Director, Anti-Defamation League; James W. Mc-
Lamore, Chairman Emeritus. Burger King Corporation;
Campbell; M. Anthony Burns. President and Chief Executive
Officer, Ryder Systems; Jerry Berlin, President. Anti
Defamation League.
I
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ElieWiesel
3 Provocative Lectures
on Job
at Iemple Beth Shok>m
Acclaimed as one of the most gifted and sensitive writers of
our time, and an outstanding voice for the human conscience.
His lectures are recognued as cultural events, experiences of
emotional depth and intellectual challenge
I. Friday, January 20.1984.7:30 p.m. Service,
8:00 p.m. Lecture
Topic: JOB AND HIS FAMILY.
Who is Job? Where does he come from? What is his
occupation? Who are his friends?
II. Saturday. January 21.1984.9:30a m (with breakfast)
Topic: JOB AND HIS LEGEND
Why should we be concerned with Job's agony? In what
way is his fate relevant to our preoccupations! Is his story
only about suffering?
111. Saturday, January 21,1984,5:30 p.m. Lecture and
Havdalah Service
Topic: JOB AND HIS IMPLICATIONS.
What are the social, ethical and theological implications
of Job's vtorv?lf Job is guilty, then God is just But what
if Job were innocent?
lempfcBrthShokxn* SUNDAY OMNIBUS SERIES in
cooperation with LEV ISOSHUK BIBLE INSTITUTE presents:
a Great Bible Weekend with renowned Scholar in Residence
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4144 Chaw Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida 33140
COMPLETE WEEKEND $15.00
Individual Lectures $5.00
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Ponevez Yeshiva Friends
Will Hear Rabbi Kahaneman
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at the Crowe Hotel Tha year
guests of hoaor are Joan and
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and educational orgarotations in
Greater Miami
Emaauei Edt lateen will be Co-
ol the dinner and a
ng as treasurer of
Beth Israel in ad
dxion to his ectixe participatioo
and harhnhip in the Miami Jest
Rabbi Mordachai Shapiro
spiritual leader of CoBgregation
Beth Israel will be the guest
speaker and Rabbi A C Feuer of
Coagregation Ohr HaChaun wdl
make a apacml presentation to
tbrboaofwes
Picturrd at the AM IT Women s recent National Convention in
Yen York are I left to right) Ruth Presser. president of the
R,sh member of the Presidium. Florida Council; Frieda C. Kufeld,
\ational President. Hattw Thum. member of the Presidium,
Florida Mini council, and Betty Kugelmas. National Vice
President for the Southeast Region,
TITO Yiddish Lecture (antorial Council Offers Courses
many yean
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Me no rah Launches Lecture Series
of ita Adult
Lecture Senea wah Rabbi David
Saw? man dm iiaaag The
Woman s Role ia Jewish
Religion, on Wednay. Jaa
18 at 8.30 pjn.. acrordaag to
Maver Abnuaoantx. spar-
ader of the Tempi*
The issue of woman s parao-
m Jewa* syaagagae hfe.
. aad omen aa the
sparrfValry. watt be
from the Halachic
and sooal
Rabbi Sahrman said.
Rabbi Satumaa. hi
darector of the United
of America m this region aad
the Youth Aetan
of Greater Mi
Jewish Federation He a i
sen ing as Rabbi of the A>
Jewish Ceater
Mr aad Mrs Albert Leahy are
co-chau per sons of Meaorah s
Lecture Senea whack watered
Rabbi Solomon Sckaff. Executive
Vice Pi laidral of the Rabbaucal
Aaaociauoa. as lecturer for the
first semester The Adak Lec-
tures are taictadtd b\ a Hebrew
Ltpan taught by Hn Maraaa
Bonwttt aad Dr Rachel Abraawv
The Y1VO Committee of
Greater Mami presents a lecture
s Ysddah at Temple Beth
Skokaa oa Wedaeaday. Jan 18
at 1 15 pm Guest speaker will
be Joweph Mlotek He wdl speak
oa How Jewah Are the Yiddish
Foat Soags* Guest artist.
Maaha AWxandroMch will
pnatnt a concert, accompanied
by Chaaa Mlotek at the puno
The Cantonal Council of
America of Yeshiva University
will offer a two-session course for
tteginners to professionals in
The Highlights of The Prayer
Chants For The Sabbath and
Festivals "
The course wdl be given on
Monday. Jan 23 and Wednes-
day. Jan 25 at Congregation
Shaare Tefiaah. aad oa Tuesday
Jan 24 aad Thursday. Jan 26 at
sZ. *** ^ -
The instructon are Canton
Mary Nulraan and Bernard Bear.
Director aad faculty member of
the Beh School of Jewah Music
at Yeshiva Univeratv

where shopping is o pleasure 7doys o week
Rabbis Solomon Schiff. Stayer
Abramouttz and David
Saltzman planning the Adult
Lecture Series at Temple
Menorah.
Beth An Fomi
PricM Efftctiv.
Jmiry 12th tkn Utli.1984
Chocolate lead
Boston
Cream Cake
$99
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Kaiser Rolls
of the cuk* and the
Jesnah C iiiaily" anil be the
topic of discus aor at the Temple
Beth Am Brotherhood Breakfast
Forum oa Sunday. Jaa 8 at
30 am in the Temple Youth
will be Heaaa
Executive Darector of
Force oa Cults aad Ma
of the Geaatar Maaai
Jt waah Federatioa
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fatto Y esiiurun Institute Opens
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\dath Yeahurun's Institute
till suit ions on Monday
ind Tuewkv. Mrs Rot Scidel
i ill open the sessions with a
tiurse on "Practical Judaism."
tailing Monday at 9:30 a.m.
Kabbi Simcha Preedman,
Ipiriiual leader of the Congrega-
iiDii will follow with classes
k-ntering around the Biblical
mok of Exodus.
Kabbi Preedman will also part-
tipate in the Tuesday evening
Masses and will be joined by
jabbi David Lehrfield, Rabbi
Ituart Grant. Rabbi Sidney
reen, Cantor Ian Alper, Cantor
the Temple, David Saltman.
Executive Director of the Jewish
family and Children Service, and
fhuli Stock, Prevention Consult
nt to the Agency.
Subjects to be taught at the
/inter Institute will include the
Shema" and "The Ten Com
kind men is," "A Trip Through
Eyea of the Talmud,"
i'reparing for Pesach." "Ele-
entary Hebrew." "Stress:
lake it Work for you, not ag
Rob bi Simcha Freed ma n
mst you. "Jewish Parent
Education." "B'not Mitzvah"
and "what Does Judaism Say
About .
Registration taking place at
the temple.
Matin Kanter On Cable TV
Endangered Species." the
|GM movie starring Robert
rich. Jobeth Williams and
larin Kanter, is presently sp-
earing on Cable Stations HBO.
nwtime and Movie Channel,
irin Kanter, the daughter of
Ir. and Mrs. Joseph Kanter, is
liami Beach High School
aduate and was a regular feat-
vl performer with Miami
ch Community Theatre
roughout her childhood and
{h school years.
[Miss Kanter was discovered
\harlie Cinnamon, Miami
ich publicist, was selected
'the special honoree for Mia-
1/ Beach's Tenth Anniver-
pry Festival of the Arts in
[ebruarv. Pearl Kipnis. chair-
fan of the Beach Fine Arts
'*>ard announced Joining the
tine Arts Board in honoring
Xinnamon for his contribu-
jims to the community will be
I'rops Women of Show
\nsiness. a local philanthropic
rganuatkm.

He Wiesel. Chairman of the
nired States Memorial Holo-
caust Council, lecturer and
futhor, will speak at Temple
H'"i Sholom of Greater
fliami on Jan. 20 and 21, as
>r* of the Temples Great
Me Weekends Series.
while performing as a drama
student at Sarah Lawrence
College in New York and ap-
peared aa Danny Kaye's
daughter in the CBS TV movie
"Skokie."
Completing three major films
in co-starring roles. Paramount'
"Ladies and Gentlemen," "The
Fabulous Stains," which has
been shown on cable in recent
months, and MGM's "Endanger-
ed Species," she will play a star-
ring role in a soon to be released
movie, "Loveless."
School Leaders In
Education Conference
Two hundred leaders from the
Dade County public high schools
will consider ways to enhance
intergroup relations in the public
schools at the second annual
conference on "Multicultural
Relations: The Opportunities and
The Challenges." on Friday. Jan.
13, beginning at 8 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. at the Tamiami Campus of
Florida International University.
The conference is jointly spon-
sored by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. the
School of Education of Florida
International University and the
Intergroup Relations Team of the
Dade County Public School.
Featured speaker will be Joe
Ogleaby, a member of the Edit-
orial Board of the Miami Herald,
Barbara Bader is chairman of the
conference.
Business Notes
J. J. Gubbins has been named
Vice President-Sales and Mar-
keting for the Continental
Companies, it was announced by
Donald E. Lefton, President.
Morris N. Broad, President of
American Savings Mortgage
Corp.. a subsidiary of American
Savings and Loan Association of
Florida, has announced appoint-
ment of Marga Doerr to Vice
President-Commercial Real Es-
tate
Larry Perl. President of Perl
Exposition Corporation, an-
nounced the appointment of
Steven Plotkin as Vice President
of the Coral Gables Company.
Plotkin began his career as an
account executive in 1974. PEC is
the producer of trade and con-
sumer shows, including the
Miami Home Show, Fort Lauder
dale Spring and Fall Home
Shows. Miami-Fort Lauderdale
Home Show, November Home
Show. Miami Dinner Key Boat
Show and Miami International
Camping and Rac-V Show.
Ivan J. Bkim recently joined
the South Florida practice of
Touche Ross and Co.. a public
accounting and management
consulting firm, as the Director
of Systems Consulting. BJBP
will direct all major syst
consulting projects.
Wedding
SIMONSILVESTER
Diane Irene Simon, daughter of Steven and
Manly S. Simon. Coconut Grove, and Michael
David Silvester, son of Henry and Alice J.
Silvester, Beckenham. Kent. England, were
married Jan. 14. Rabbi Sol Landau and Rabbi
Auerbach officiated. A reception was held st the
DauviUe Hotel.
Diane's maid of honor was Mara Medvin and
matron of honor was Fay Kramer. The
bridesmaids were Ross Langschwadt. Ann Marie
Seay, Debra Simon, Glends Simon and Carol
Simon. Karen Simon was flower gilr and Andrew
Simon was her escort.
Jeffrey Stack house served ss best man and
John Silvester, Ross Giammenco, Rob Ward,
Tony Broza, Walter Simon and Jeffrey Simon
served as ushers. Jonathan and Daniel Simon
were ring bearers.
The bride wore a chapel length white satin
gown, and an organza weil trimmed with seed
pearls.
Diane is a graduate of the University of Miami.
Michael has a doctorate from Imperial College,
London, and currently works as Director of
Marketing with Plasma-Therm in Kreeeon, N.J.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica, the couple will
reside in Mount Laura, N.J.

Mrs. Michael Silvetter
Hadassah Activities
The Hannah Senesch Chapter
No. 150 of Hadassah will hold
their regular meeting on Monday,
Jan. 23 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Hadassah Region Offices, Lin-
coln Road.
The Lincoln Chapter will hold
their regular meeting on Monday,
Jan. 16, noon, in the Clubroom at
Lincoln Road. On Monday, Jan.
23. they will hold card party in
the Clubroom.
Morton Towers Chapter will
hold their Youth Aliyah luncheon
on Monday, Jan. 23, noon, at
Temple Emanu-El.
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'he Henrietta Szold Museum in the Hadassah University
Hospital on Mount Scopus, Jerusalem.
On the occasion of the American Society for Techmon s Great.
Miami Chapter Dinner held recently. Martin Gelb (centeri
received Metro Mayor Steve Clarke's proclamation declaring
the American Society for Technion Week. Representing Maxur
Clarke were County Commissioner Barry Schreiber tleft) and
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\ofthe Weekly Torah Portion
fren of Israel went into the midst of the sea upon
J and the waters were a wall unto them on their
\on their left"
(Exod. 14.221
BESHALAH
Fearful of the hostile tribes the Israelites might
direct route to Canaan through the land of the
sent the newly-freed slaves by way of the desert
Bee. As they journeyed, they were guided by a
py day and a pillar of fire by night. The Israelites
presumably to worship their God in the desert.
learned that the children of Israel would not
^t. he pursued them to the banks of the Red Sea at
army of chosen troops. But a miracle occurred;
[ Israel were able to pass between the waves of the
divided before them and stood upright like
Egyptian hosts, plunging into the Red Sea after
{drowned. At this sight, the children of Israel sang
i to God. On their journey through the desert, the
lei were sustained by manna from heaven; water
J rock for them at the bidding of God. The
battle with the Israelites, but were defeated by
I of Nun, and his men.
| el Mm Weakly Portion f ftw Law M.itory ol me Jewish Meritase," edited by Wollmen
she* by Shea sen. Th. velum* it available at ;i MaMea
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Bar/Bat
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Goto*.
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LAURI COHEN
Lauri Robin Cohen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen,
will be called to the Torah on the
occasion of her Bat Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Jan. 14, at
Temple Beth Am.
Lauri is a graduate of Temple
Beth Am Day School and waa a
member of the Beth Americans
singing group. She is presently a
7th grade student at Palmetto
Junior High School. Lauri is
interested in modeling, and has
appeared in comercials. fashion
shows and catalogs.
Joining the celebration will be
her sister. Dianne. a sophomore
at Tulane University in New Or-
leans, and her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Laskin of Miami.
Mrs. Alan Fields of Silver
Spring. Md. and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Pollack of Cleveland. Ohio
will also attend.
Following services. Mr. and
Mrs. Cohen will host a reception
and luncheon at Kings Bay
Resort and Country Club.
,.jn, chairman of Judaic Studies at Stern
ten of Yeshiva University in New York, recently
9 than 300 South Floridians on "Jewish
iuclear Weapons" during the second in a series
\Our Times" seminars sponsored by Florida
thwa University at the Konover Renaissance
I Beach,
riication Set for Talmudic U.
lof two Torah
Jmorary president
(versity of Florida
J highlight special
the Miami Beach
jnday. Jan. 22.
ftfochanan Zweig
TRosh HaYeahiva
Jniversity of Fk>
\ the ceremony.
Alfred E Swire
acroUa to the
synagogue of Talmudic Univer-
sity in honor of their mothers.
Mrs. Celia Swire and Mrs. Regina
Halperin. according to Murray
(Moahc Chaim) Berkowiu,
Chairman of the Board. "One of
the Torahs is from Iran, where
the once large Jewiah community
has been under severe restraint
since the rise to power of the
Khomeini regime." Mr.
Berkowiu said.
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TEMPLE EMANU EL
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Dr. Irving Lehrmsn, Rabbi
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TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Oardena Ortve
North Miami Beach S47 1436
Rabbi Simcha Freedmen
Cantor Ian Alpem Conservative
Frl.aieaex,
JILL ROSENSTEIN
Jill Leslie Rosenstein. daugh-
ter of Susan and Harold Rosen-
stein of Surf side, was Bat Mitt-
vahed on Dec. 31 in Temple
Menorah. Rabbi Abramowitt
officiated.
Jill is an honor student at
Nautilus Junior High. Her
hobbies and interests include
gourmet cooking, painting and
ceramics, dramatics and music,
science, rock climbing and
bowling Jill hopes to pursue a
areer in medicine.
PI NCH AS YAAKOV RUBIN
Pine has Yaakov Rubin, son of
Honey Rubin, will be called to the
Torah as Bar Mitzvah on Thurs-
day. Jan. 19, at West Avenue
Jewiah Center. Alton Road.
JAMES NIEMAN
James Nieman. eon of Gilbcrto
and Nury Nieman. will bo called
to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
Jan. 21 at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at
Lehrman Day School. He ia in the
eighth grade. James to in
Kadima He to very good in
sports, especially football.
Special guests include grand
mother. Mrs. Maria Nieman and
Mrs. Maria Ltorandi. Mr.
Mrs. Carlos Daacal and Mr.
Mrs. Isaac Sherman.
A reception will be held at
Temple Emanu-El on Jan. 22.
Chug Hears Mllsteln
The South Florida Chug
Aliyah Group will hold its meat-
tag on Sunday. Jan. 15 at 7 pm
at the Jewish Federation. Guest
speaker will be Allan Milatein.
Director of the Iereel Aliyah Cen-
ter. He will discuea Israel, educa-
tion. Israel Defense Forces and
housing

HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH EL CONGREGATION
2400 Prneuse Drive. Miami Baach
532 6421
Csntor. Rabbi Solomon SchlfI
am MSei. r-JS ae aaS StSS pea
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5050 N. Kendall Dr. Baumoard
8. Mlsml-*S7 SS67 Senior Rabbi
Jamee L. Simon. Associate Rabbi
Frt 11 pm. F amtty WeraMa eerwea
ia Juililiei iliaiatnaii-r
Set. t:1l eaS UK**, torah SenteM
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Corel Way JSM SW he k** /'SaN
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RABBI DAVID H. AUERBACH
CANTOR WILLIAM W. LIPSON
South 0k Chapel
Fit.. I am. Family Secrtce
Onea Shafehet Foooara
Corel Way Sanctiiefy
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
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Miami PaSSSe* Aero"" CongngWon ^^
137 HE. 1tth St.. Miami. S73-SS00
9990 N. Kaodsll Or.. SBS-SOSS
HaakeM M. Bemet, Senior Rabbi
Donald P. Caehman. Asil.lml Rebbt
Jacob Q Bomsteln. Cantor
Rachella Nelson. Student Cantor
Philip Qotdln. Exec. DJr.
Frl.epm.
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TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Qransds Blvd. Relorm
Corsl OaMea B87-5657
Michael B. Elsenstst. Rabbi
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BETHKODESH
Modem Traditional
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Rabbi Mas Shapiro S5B-S334
Cantor Leon Segal
Rosa Berlin Executive Secretary
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AFFIDAVIT UNDID
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state or FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DADE
TIm undersigned, under oath,
yjjlt U the InUntlon of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise undar the
fictitious name of FTDIIU
CION DB COLUMBICUL-
TURA DB MIAMI PALOMAS
DEPORTTVA8 locatad at 1400
SW M A vs.. Miami. Fla SI US
In tha city of Miami, Dad*
County. Florida.
Those Interested In aald en
terprlae. and tha extant of tha
Interest of each. Is as follows:
Emillo L Tamarelle
Prasldsnt
Domingo Rodriguez
Secretary Treasurer
MM January is. M. 77:
Fabruary 8.ISM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OAOI COUNTY
Civil ActHm No MNIt]
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
IN RE: ADOPTION OF:
WESLEY WAYNE
MU8GRAVB
a minor
BY: CAROL SMITH
MU SO RAVE
TO: MORRIS JOHNSON
last known address
was in Tennessee
Preaent residenre
Is unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition tor Adop
Uon of Wesley Wayne Burner
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any, to It on
PHILLIP S DAVIS. Esq at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address is P O Boa No. 4SM.
Miami. Florida MlOl and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or be-
fore February 10 IBM. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week tor four con
ecutlve weeks In THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
witness my head and the
eeai of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this day of Jan-
uary. ISM.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty, Florida
By C P Cope land
Aa Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
Phillip S Da via. Esquire
Post Office Box 43M
Miami. Florida SSI01
Attorney for Petitioner
IBM* January is. 70. 77
February 4. MM
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
l N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne *S-171*S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
RUBY AGATHA TAYLOR.
Petitioner Wife
and
ALVIN OEROD TAYLOR.
Raepondsnt-lhMRsMid.
TO: Alvtn Oerod Taylor
RESIDENCE AND
MAILING ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
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FIED that an action far Dlseo-
lutton of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any. to It on
GEORGE T. RAMANI.
attorney tor PsHUoner whose
address Is Til Dtocayna Bide ,
It West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida SSISO and file the orlgl
nel with the clerk of Its* above
styled court on or before Feb-
ruary IT. 1M4; otherwise a
default will be enured against
you tor the relief demanded to
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be i
DADR COUNTY. FLORIDA
PR ORATE DIVISION
FUR Number S 1S441 C P
DIRE: ESTATE OF
HARRY SITN1CK
Deceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES
TATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSON8 INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that the administration
of the estate of HARRY SIT
NICK, deceased. FUe Number
AS-104*1 la pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for DADE COUNTY.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 Wast
Flagler Street Miami Florida
The personal representative of
the estate la JOSEPH SIT
NICK, whose address to 757
West Avenue Apartment llOf.
Miami Beach. Florida SSI St
The name and address of the
personal representative's at-
torney 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
hla agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim to
not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim to root in
gent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated if the claim to ae
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
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent a will, the quail
fSoaOons of the personal rep-
resentative, or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
Of this Notice of Admmiatra
tton January IS. 1S4M
JOSEPH SITNICK
Aa Personal Representative
of the Estate of
HARRY SITNICK
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
FERDIE ANDOOUZ
TIT Ponce ds Leon Blvd
Coral Gables. Fla. M1M
Telephone III SSBT
lsSeS January IS. SO. l*M
IN TNR CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADR COUNTY. FLORIDA
FROIAYI DIVISION
File Number SJ-474J
Division SI
IN RE ETATE OF
FAY FRIED.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of FAY FRIED.
File Number sS-TS. to l
to the Circuit Court tor Dado
County. Florida. Probate Drel-
ston. the address of which to rs
W Flagler Street Miami. FL
IS l0 The nan*
es of the personal
tive and the personal rsarsssn
tatJva'a attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are re
quired to file wtth Rub court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (1) an
sscuds weeks to
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this IS any of Jan-
uary. lsS4
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB J Foy
As Deputy Clerk
(CSreuROsurtSeall
GEORGE T RAMANI
1 West Flagtor Street.
1. Florida StlSO
(BE ISH
U.Se, ST.
S.1SM
(S) any objection by an toiler
Mod person to whom this ao-
tles was mailed that challenges
lalsmj of the will, the
of the iiriiasl
orjurto-
ofths court
ALL CLAIM* AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILE D WILL
FOREVER BARRED
of this Notice has
on January IS, ISM
(Representative
SIDNEYS FLAUM
lllNorthCsntimlParkAv.
Hertodele. NT IRM
Attorney tor
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICB
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil ActsM Ne Bt-SBMl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE MARRIAGE OF
JOYCE HENRY.
Petitioner
and
BERESFORD HENRY.
Respondent
TO BERESFORD HEN RT
Alligator Pond
Post i mice
St Elisabeth
Jamaica W I
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dtoso
lutlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses If any. to It on
MARTIN ROTH attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is 14
N E 1st Avenue Suite 1111
Miami Florida S31S3. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before February 10. 1M4.
otherwise s default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the
complaint or petition This
notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of mid court at Miami.
Florida on thlhs lOth day of
January. 1SS4
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
Aq Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal >
Martin Roth
Attorney at Law
14 N E 1st Avenue
Suite nil
Miami. Florida SS1SS
Attorney for Petitioner
1SSB1 January IS. 70.77.
February S. lM
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAD! COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Numbers! I Mil
DlvtoHs SS
IN RE ESTATE OF
IJDA WBISFEIJ)
tie corn
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of LIDA WEISFELD. de-
ceased, file Number SS-10411. to
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dads County. Florida. Prebate
Division the address of which
to 71 Was* Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida SS1S0 The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth betow
Ail Interested persons are
required to file wtth this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (1) all
claims against the estate and
IS) any objection by an
permit to whom this
i was mailed that rhalton
gee the validity of the wtll. the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 11. ISM
Personal Representative
JURAOAYLON
TM-II Windward Drive
Auroral. OH
Attorney far
Representative
CTPEN. CY PEN A DRIB IN
POsalRM
Mtosnl Reach FLSS140
Telephone I SCSI SSS SSM
By: WAYNE A CTPEN
ISSSf JanuarylS.St.il
R A GOLDEN. P A
RICHARD A OOLDEN
Btocsyne Centre. Suite SOS
Miami. FLSSiai
IS, SB,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPRRTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE BLE VRNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civ* AcMen Ne s-se7l4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIARR
IN RE The Marriage Of
ISAAC SHE MESH.
HELEN MICHAL
TO HELEN MSCHAL
YOU ARE HE REST NOTI-
FIED that an action tar I
This notice shall be |
once each week fc
secutlve weeks to THE JEW-
ISH FLORIDUN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami
Florida on this I day of Jan
uary. ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I >sde County. Florida
ByC P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
< Circuit Court Seal (
MYLESG CYPEN.EBQ
CYPEN. CYPEN DRIBIN
P O BOX403DM
Miami Beach Florida SS140
Attorney for Petitioner
1BA94 January IS. SO. 77.
February 4. IBM
CONSTRUCTIVE SRRVICR
IN RE THE MATTER OF
DEN DUE PR ADO.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
File Number S3 ItSM
Division M
IN RE ESTATE OF
SYI.VLA KLEIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of SYLVIA KLEIN, de
ceased. File Number a* 10SM.
Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida Pro-
bate Division, the address of
which to 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida SSlSO The
names and addressee of the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth betow
All Interested persons are re-
quired to file wtth this court.
WTTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
12l any objection by an Inter
eeted person to whom this
notice was mailed that challen
ges the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 1*. IBS*.
PersonsJ Representative
Gerald Rubtnsky
S400 N W U Av
(No JJSOSi
LauderdeJe Lakes,
Fl USlt
Attorney for Personal
Representative
JOSHUA 8 GAl.rTZER
BINE 1*7 Street
No Miami Beach. Fla Slid
Telephone iSMilM-SBSt
IsSSS January IS. SB. IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONST RUCT IVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF F LOR IDA, IN
ANO FOR DAD! COUNTY
Civil ActHm Ne SI 411*1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRI AOE
IN RE The Marriage of
ARGEMIRO PARKA
Petitioner Husband
and
ALBA LUCIA GRIMALDO.
Respondent-Wife
TO: ALBA LUCIA
GRIMALDO
(Residence Unknown.
I.*st Known
Mailing Address
10BSBSW 2nd St
Miami. Florid*
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for Dteeo-
totton of Marriage baa been
NsJ sgainst you and you are
required to serve a copy of yeur
wrltten defenses If any to R en
LEOPOLDO A OCHOA. attar
nay lor Pitltlsnsj
- PmlRimM Oeto^lS* I
SIS*, and file the original wtth
of the above styled
- Fsbruary *.,
default will
AsWlnst you for the
sasJed in the com
ptoinl or petition
This notice shall be subltoned
once each week tor Sour cow
sscutlve weeks to THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
NOTICE FOR
CHAN OB OF NAME
TO ROBERTO PR ADO
RiNSswssltolmsna
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED, that a PillaiB tor
Diange of Name baa been filed
and commenced In this Court
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses.
II any, to It on ROOELIO A.
DEL PINO. ESQ. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address to as
follows Stone. Boston** A Goo
tales. P A 1*01 West Flagtor
Street. Suite SOI. Miami. Flor-
ida SSIS6, Phone iSOS I 44*4411.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled Court
on or before February IT. IBM.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for la the
Complaint or Petition THIS
NOTICE, shall be published
once each week for four (41
consecutive weeks In the JEW-
ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and seal
of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 10th day of Jan-
uary. IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By D C Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
iCIRCt 'IT COURT SEAL)
R A del Pino. Esq
Attorney for Petitioner
1*01 Weet Flagler Street
Suite 701
Miami. Florida SSI t*
Telephone (SMIB4B-M1I
ISM* January IS. 70. 77.
Februarys. ISM
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAD! COUNTY. FLORIDA
FROIAYI DIVISION
File Henber *1 lttot
Division M
DIRE: ESTATE OF
REVETTASPECTOR
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the ee
tote of REVETTA SPECTOR,
Bsmatsd. File Number *
1BTM. to psniRng In the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Prebels Division the
sddrsss of which to 71
Flagtor Street. Miami
SSiS* The names and
ee of the personal repressnta
live and the personal rsarma
latlve'e attorney are set terth
betow
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with thto court.
WTTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE III all
claims against the estate and
ill any objection by an inter
eeted person to whom this no-
tice was mailed that challenges
the validity of the will the
qualifications of the personal
representative venue or Juris
die tlon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January IS ISM
Personal Representative
MARSHALL CHESS
sto Woodland Valley Road
Phoenicia. New York 1MM
Attorney for Personal
Representative
JOSHUA D MANASTER.
ESQ
TTTBrtekaUA
)li
TwS^f^tRto
lwmt JsAsar, b.,
NOTICE OF ACTkh
CONSTRUCTS! 1,2
(NOFROPR^
IN TNI CIRCUIT COW*.
THIILIVENTHjjH
CIICUIT OF FLOBltoL
ACTION FOR DlSSOur
OFMARRIAS! ,
IN RE: THE MARRIAGt
HUOOLARZABaL,
Petitioner
and
atJRTA PULIDO PVin,
TO: Mlrtal
Calls D No
Eatre San Fraactots
ds Paula y Acosta
Hello
Reparto Las Pieonu
Ban Francisco
YOU ARE HEREBY mm
FIED that an action far Dha>
lutlon of Marriage ha* ken
Mod sgainst you and ye* ,
required to serves copy si ys>
written dstonass. if any. k>.
GuUtormo Sostchln sffm
attorney tor Petitioner ekm
iSBnm to 14*1 West Fswht
Stroel. Bulls Ml. Mlani
Florida SSI St. and file the srk*
nal wtth the clerk of thei
ruary I*. IBM
default wtO be entered sgssnf.
you tor the rectof MmanoM *,
or petition
Thto net toe shall I
once each week tar tour tea
mmSJm limb* to THE JEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITHERS my Mad and Re
seal of aald court at Miami.
Ftortda aa thto S toy of Jss
uary. ISM.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Ctork. CSrcuft Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Ctork
ClrruR Court Ssal i
IBM
Miami. FI. RUM
Attorney for Petitioner
I ISMS January IS. SO. IT.
Fabruary S IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTSCE HI HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
under the fteutssus name SkaBt
op Bar at IBS Opa-Looka.
Boulevard. Opa-Locka
Florida. Intends to) register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florida
Robert T Fava
whose ad IN THB CIRCUIT COURT
OAOR COUNTY. F LOR IDA
"OSATHOIVItlON
IN RE ESTATE OF
lAatUI
Miriam
at Law
Attorney for Applicant
IBM! Decembers*.
Januarys. IS
NOTICH OF ACTION
(NOPROPHRTY)
IN TNI CIRCUIT COUIT OF
TNR RLIVINTM JUOrCIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
OAOI COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
my hand and the
eeai of amid court at Miami
Flail** aa thto SB day of
Decemhsr. IMS
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk ClrcuM Court
By
SreuROsmTssmlJ
HOTSCEOF
ADMINirfRATTON
The admlnsstrattoa of the ee
tots a* SAMUEL KDtSHMAM.
Mtonsee. tfaay.totton
0 CYPEN. ESQ at
addrem Is CYPEN. CTPEN I
DRIBIN P O Baa ssgss*
ssaat,
etork of the above styled _
en or before February it. ISM
LEOPOLDO A. OCHOA ESQ
iMBoumMlsjnl Avenue,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TNI R LR VR NTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
OAOI COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
AFFIDAVIT ANO NOTKB
qusred to fUs wtth thto
zsymzs** ^"TMsor
[HE FIRST PURUCATION
TUB NOTICE (1) afl
IN RB THE MARRIAGE OT
BONN IB B PERN A
CARL PERN A.
Respondent HUSBAND
TOCARLPERNA
W seldse t Addrms
IUKKHOWM
YOU ARE NOTbYTED that
m
<*> Bay ebjeetton by aa
.^5" *"* ChEffgo.
fWfftNOT SO riLED WILL
FOflBVER
toM*.


die Notice
,^>TICS OF ACTION
EsTRUCTIVB SIRVICI
INOMOMTYI
MS CIRCUIT COURT OP
i f LBVINTH JUDICIAL
fcCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
JFOHOAOI COUNTY
bvilACttMN*.t*4SW
ION CON DISSOLUTION
OF MARR I AOI
The Marriage of
tNAHICKET.
lAflJ HICKET. JR.
IHMASJ
IICKEY. JR.
h'.mldrnce Unknown)
I jtt Known Residence:
M East Melrose
Ircls.
I -auderdale.
ttorlda
ARE HEREBY NOTI
mat an action for Dlsso-
of Marriage has been
|irHinl you and you are
rd to serve a copy of your
n defenses. If any. to It on
KRl) BE RO HOLD. JR.
rv for Petitioner, whose
i Is 1S4J BW Pint
Miami. Florida 1111(1.
p the original with the
|of the above styled court
\ before January 27. IBM:
rise a default wUi be
gainst you for the
j demanded In the corn-
ier petition.
I notice shall be published
i week (or lour con-
e weeks In THE JEW
OR1DIAN
NES8 my hand and the
aid court at Miami,
on this M day of De-
IfJa
1ARD P. BRINKER
I Clerk. Circuit Court
ade County. Florida
By B. J. Foy
Ai Deputy Clerk
|lt Court Seal)
PRD BEROHOLM. JR.
i Bar No.
IV. First St
. Florida 111M
iy for Petitioner
December S. M.
January*. 11. ISM
)TICN OP ACTION
T UCTIVI SKII VICE
|NO PROPBBTY)
! CIRCUIT COUNT OP
ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
tUIT OP FLORIDA, IN
) FOR DAD*. COUNTY
ft I Action Ne. IIMNI
I PON DISSOLUTION
lOP MARRIAOi
1 THE M ARR1AQ E OF.
, NEPTUNE, a-ka,
t NEPTUNE MARTIN
Drier-Wife.
I RAYMOND
IIN.
Husband
III RAYMOND
tTTN.
Idsnee Unknown
IRE HEREBY NOTI
i an action for Dteao-
Marrtage has been
aat you and you are
I to serve a copy of your
If any. toKon
I HABER. Baa., attor-
Utloner. whose ad
N.W. l Bth Street,
arid* ilia), and We
with the dark of
l styled court on or be
10. ISM; other
fault wUl be entered
you for the relief
In the complaint or
- shall be published
weak for four eon-
[ weeks In THE JEW
tIDIAN
(88 my hand and the
ild court at Miami,
this day of Jan '
I P. BRINKER
rk. Circuit Court
l County. Florida
\C p Cope land
l Deputy Clerk
all
I HABER. I
I lath Street
orldeMlM
(tan
for Petitioner
January U.K. IT;
February 1.1M4
h*LIC NOTICI
return of Mm
Do Von Bernard
Founddatlan Trust
at the
Jlar
M TMN Cl RCUIT COUNT
DAON COUNTY. FLORIDA
PNOOAT1 DIVISION
Fho Nowksr M f
OtaMltoM
IN RE ESTATE OF
LOUIS SODEN
D*o*aa*8
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
IX) ALL PERSONS HAVTNO
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AQAIN8T THE ABOVE ES-
TATE AND ALL OTHER
rERBONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE.:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that the administration
of the estate of LOUIS SODEN.
deceased. File Number M 10, Is
pending In the Circuit Court for
Dade County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 71 Wort Flagler Street.
Miami. The personal raprsasa
tatlve of the eatate Is
RICHARD SODEN. whose ad-
dress Is S Terry Road. Smith-
town. New York, 11787. The
name and address of the per-
sonal 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 statemei x at
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate ti. i
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and th
amount claimed. If the claim 1*
not yet due. the data when It
will become due shall be
stated. If the claim la contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim la as-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
dalm to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative.
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OP THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
tocttona they may have that
challenges the validity of the
da pedant's will, the quail
fleattona of the personal rap-
iutoBv*. or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMAND*.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BB FOREVER
BARRED.
Data of the flirt publication
of thto Notice of Administra-
tion January 11. IBM
Richard Soden
As Paraoaal Raw asMitottei
of the Estate of
LOUTS SODSN
days after
notice of Its avails
heOb-lulteS.
_____ iVonl tmard
assWgR le Four dot ion Trust
> ay ne Boulevard
ltth Floor
Florida Mir
ATTORNBT FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Richard I Kroop
(Fla Bar No lMOM)
Kwltney Kroop Schetaberg.
P.A.
4S01 Jncoki Road. Suite BU
Miami Beach. Florida Ml
iioM January IS. SB. IBM
NOTICI OP ACTION
CONSTRUCT!VI SIRVICI
(NOPROPIRTY)
INTMI CIRCUIT COURT OF
'Ml ILIVINTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAD! COUNTY
CIvM Acttoa No. St-eeSM
* CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Of MARR I AOI
IN RE: THE MARR1AOE OF
iELMA LOPEZ.
* (LUAM JOHNSON.
TO: WILLIAM JOHNSON
Residence: Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action tor Disso-
lution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
racadrirttosarreaoopyofyour
i illlm flsfanan If inr
M. Christina Del Valla, attor-
ney tor Petitioner, whose ad
dress la M Grand Canal Drive
Bulls *M. Miami. Florida M1M.
and file the original wtth toe
chart of the above styled court
on or before January ST. IBM:
otherwise a default will be
enured ana tost you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
ThtawttoBBlHb*i *. i
THE Jl
ISHFLORIDLAN
WITNESS any
eaJ of saM court at _
Tsrhto en tola M day of Da-
RICHARDP BRINKER
AaCtork.l
rCP.
NOTICI OP ACTION
CONSTRUCT!VI SIRVICI
(NOPROPIRTY)
IN TNI CIRCUIT COURT OP
TNI ILI VINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN
AND PON OADB COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. SS-4M4S
ACTION PON DISSOLUTION
OF MAR Rl AOI
IN RE: The Marriage of
PAULINE CARMEN TRANCE
Petitioner
and
JAMES WILLIAM MURRAY
Respondent
| TO: Mr Jamea William
Murray
MOM Street
Brooklyn. New York 11219
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIEI) 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 RAFAEL E PADIERNE.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is I4S7 8 W First
street, Miami. Florida MISS.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
an or before January M. IBM.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice than be published
once each weak for four con
socutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIOIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this loth day of
December. IBM
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByCP COPBLAND
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal)
Rafael K. Padlerne, Esq.
1M7 8 W. First Street
Miami. Florida H1U
Telephone: (MS) MB 1MB
16542 December M. SO. 1MB
____________January B. IS, IBM
CONSTRUCTIVI SIRVICI
(NOPROPBRTV)
IN THS CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLOP IDA, IN
AND PON DADS COUNTY
CIVILACTION
NO D-4547S
ACTION PON DISSOLUTION
OF MARR I AOI
IN RE The Marriage of
RICKY LEE BBOLEY
Petitioner Husband
and
ANNETTE BBOLET
Respondent Wife
TO: ANNETTE BBOLEY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been Bled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
It on RAY FRIEDMAN, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is STM N.B. 1M St.
Miami. Florida B1M, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before February 10. IBM;
otherwise a default will bo
enter-" against you tar the
rellei demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each weak tor tour con-
secutive weeks to THE
JEWISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this Mth day of
December. IMS
RICHARD P. BPUNKBR
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By K SHAW
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Baal)
RAY FRIEDMAN. ESQ.
2780 N El M Street
Miami. Florida l*0
PH MS-BBS*
Attorney for Petitioner
16671 January!. 11.
M.tT.tSM
NOTICI OP ACTION
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND PO*
DADS COUNTY. F LORIDA
CIVILACTION
IN RE The Marriage of
HOMED! TAVAKOLI
and
MARIAM TAVAKOU
TO:
A Petition for Disaohitloa of
your Marriage baa boon filed to
this court and you are r squired
to ssrva a copy of your written
datonass on Alec Rosa, at-
torney tor Petitioner, at 1BBM
NE. IBM Ave Miami. Fla
,4 file the original
dark at the above court on or
January SI.
will
entered
t Dated UiMlaaal on
RICHARD BRINKER.
Ctorh
Dade County. Florida
ByK SEDTRIBD
!
TO:
NOTICI OF ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIVI SIRVICI
(NOPROPBRTV)
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DAOI COUNTY
Civil Acttoa No. IMNII
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICI PON DISSOLUTION
OF MARR I AOI)
(SIMM)
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF
DOROTHY OELMAN
Petitioner
snd
DAVID < SKI.MAN
Respunden
DAVID OELMAN
2M1 Industrial Road.
Suite 174
Las Vegas,
Nevada BSIOB
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
FRANK. STRELKOW A GAY.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 502 Capital Bank
Building. ISM Kennedy Cause-
way. North Bay Village. Flor
Ida M14I and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Jan-
uary 20. IBM: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks In THE JEW
rSHFLORIDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
aaal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this December IB,
UBS
RICHARD P BRINKER
A a Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
Aa Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
FRANK. STRELKOW A GAY
602 Capital Bank Building
IBM Kennedy Causeway
North Bay Village.
Florida M141
Attorney for Petitioner
Telephone: MS-4711
l December M. SO. IMS:
_________January 8, U. IBM
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP
THB ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADB COUNTY
CIvM Acttoa Ma. S4AB4M
ACTION PON DISSOLUTION
OP MARR I AOI
IN RE: The marriage of
MARGARITA HERRERA
OOMBSSaUMAMA
potftkinsr-wlfst
JOSB ANTONIO UMAN A.
respondent huebasd
TO: JOBS ANTONIO UMANA
CALLS IT No. 1T-M
BOOOTA COLOMBIA
YOU ARE HEREBT NOTI-
FIED that an action for Dtaso-
of
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defeneae. If any. to It on
ARTHUR HUPSON. attorney
tor Petitioner, whose address le
County National Bank Ml NE
lMSUaMMMssAan.sSsSS.RssS
file the original wtth the clerk
of the above at ytod court sal or
before February SB. IBM:
ottoarwtoe a default arm bo
entered against you for the
relief demanded la the
complaint or
WITNESS
qr hand and the
at
S day of Jan-
uary, IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Ctrcutt Court
Dade County,
ByCP
Aa Deputy
IS. M.ST:
S.1BM
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOB COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case Ne. M-4MI1 FC-IS
FAMILY DIVISION
In re toe marriage of
KH AUTREY
FRANK!
A. AUTREY
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BETTY A AUTRET.
RLB. BasSTC.
Franks*. N C MTM
YOU ARE NOTTFIXD that
marriage
feu been filed
d you are re-
NOTICI OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVI SIRVICI
(NOPROPIRTY)
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADB COUNTY
Civil Action Ne. Sl-lfin
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOB
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HILDA ROMERO
Petitioner
and
SILVER ROMERO
Respondent.
TO: SILVER ROMERO
Residence Unknown
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
Albert WUenaky. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
SSX Btacayne Blvd Miami.
Florida MlM. and file the origl
nal wtth the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Feb-
ruary 10. IBM: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded bi
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each weak tar four con
secutive weeks to THE JEW
ISHFLORIDLAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this SB day of De
camber. IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Ctorh. Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
ByB. J Foy
Aa Deputy Clark
(Circuit Court Baal)
Albert WUenaky
SMS Blscayne Blvd
Miami. Florida M1M
Telephone lSOSlTM-1001
Attorney for Petitioner
16*72 January!. U:
_____________________M. ST. ISM
NOTICI OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVI SBRVICC
(NOPROPBRTV)
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF
THB ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP PLORIOA, IN
AND FOR OADB COUNTY
CIvM Acttoa Ma. SS-4B7S*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOB
IN RE: ANGELA MEDINA.
Petitioner Wilt.
and
LUIS ALBERTO
MEDINA
Respondent Husband
TO Luis Alberto Medina
Residence and Mailing
Address Unknown
YOU ARB HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dtosot-
utlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses If any, to It on
GEORGE T. RAMANI. attor
nay for Petitioner, whoa* ad-
to 7ii Btotayas BMg.. is
Flagler Street. Miami.
MHO, and file the
original wtth the clerk of the
above styled court on or be tore
January SB. IBM: ot
dsfault wUl be entered
you tar the relief IllHiiil In
tf|g) cocnpsjaVlnt or petition-
This notice snail be piihltohsrl
ones each weak tor tour con-
secutive weeks to THB JEW-
ISH FLOR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aaal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this IS day of Dae-
'
NOTICI OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVI SIRVICI
(NOPROPBRTV)
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF
THB ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP PLORIOA, IN
AND FOR DAOB COUNTY
Civil Actton No. M-MUl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOB
IN RE The Marriage Of
JUSTIN JOSHUA OR ANT.
Petitioner Husband
and
VIRGINIA GRANT,
Respondent Wife
TO: Virginia Grant.
Respondent
Blue fie Ids P.O.
Belmont District
Westmoreland.
Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Disso-
lution of Marriage has boon
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to it on
Brent E Routman. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
in N E 83 Street, Miami. PL
MlM. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 10,
IBM. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be pub;
once each week Tor four
secutive weeks In THE
ISHFLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aaal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4th day of Jan-
uary. 1M4
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clark, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByArdenWong
Aa Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Routman A Routman
Attorneys at Law
Atta: Brent B. Routman
UlN.B.nStrart
Miami. FL HIM
Telephone KaVT7MO0
Attorney tor Petitioner
ISBrS January 8. IB;
M. ST. IBM
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT
W,
DAOB COUNTY, PLORIOA
PNOBATB Dl VI SI ON
PetoNMMMrSMBM
DWtotentl
ESTATBOT
RAE SOFERSTBVENBON
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
aWitntotratton of to
tats of RAE SOFER STCVEN
SON a-k-a RAE S.
BON. Mceaaaf
1SAS1S. to pending to
cult Court lor Dado County.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Ctrcutt Court
Dade County. Florida
BY: C.P. COPBLAND
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GEORGE T. RAMANI
IB Wast Ftogtor Strast, No. Til
nottco
mailed that
validity of too
of Bat
repreaentatlve
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
T-RONS NOT SO FILED WILL
Tel. (Ml 174
Attorney for PeU
December M. M. 1MB;
J--T"TUMItl i
N
IS. 1MB
Reprsoen tatlve
NORMABARTOLI
lBMBIakston
Upper Marlboro. MD
Attorney for Personal
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OP
THI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADI COUNTY. FLORIDA
PAAMLV DIVISION
toroatesssvftsejaaf
UNDAMNOH
BASIL E SINOH
TO BASILS I
l At.
.N.T.SSBB
NOT1F1BD that
tar rttoanhitlnn of
marriage has boon filed
YOU
r-
MOTtCB U IIP PR
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
GIVEN that the
M
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St root.
to* Ctrcutt Court of
CAS WOOD
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r^n,ionawn/ytid,qrtj> Public Notice
NOTICS OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THS CIRCUIT COURT OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. II IIMI
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ST ELOI JOSEPH.
Petitioner-Husband,
and
CLAIRELA DECAYETTE
JOSEPH.
Respondent-Wife
TO CLAIREI.I.A
DECAYETTE JOSEPH
Address and Residence
Unknown
YOf ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlasoi
utlon of Marriage has been
filled against you and you art-
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any to It on
Lloyd M Routman. sttornrs
for Petitioner, whose address l>
181 NK 2 Street Miami. Fl
SUSS, and file the original aril
the clerk of the above style'
court on or before Jan 27. 19M
otherw Ise a default will be en
tered against you for the rein
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID LAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 22 day of Doc
ember 19*3
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY: DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
( Circuit Court Seal I
Routman A Routman
Attorney* at Law
Attn Lloyd M. Routman.
Esquire
181 N E 82 Street
Miami. FLSS1S*
806-787 8800
Attorney for Petitioner
15684 Decembers 1801
Januarys. 11. 20. 1*8<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
ALTA JEWELRY COMPANY
at 1680 Blacayne Boulevard.
Miami, Fla. 33137 Intend to re
glster said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dadt
County. Florida
O.N.S.. Inc..
a Florida corporation
14468 December 9. 18.
28. 80. 19*3
NOTICE OP ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
THS ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO.: 61-44*47
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ANNA-LOUISE
McO RIGOR
Petitioner Wife
NATHANIEL McGRIGOR
Respondent Husband
TO: NATHANIEL McORIOOR
ReatMnri Addis**:
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are re
quired to serve a easy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
Bruce N. Crown. Esq 16466
N.W Tth Ave Suite 206.
Miami. Florida 11166 on or be
Rare February I. ISM and file
the original with the clerk of
thai Court either before service ,
on Petitioner's attorney or lm
mediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you tor the relief
demanded In the Petition
DATED December27. 1681
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
l Circuit Court Seal)
BY: S. Versa*!
aa Deputy Clerk
16M6 December 60. 16*6;
January 4.11.20.1664
ELE VE NTH CIRCUIT COURT
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PC CSM N*. 61-46646
IN RE The Marriage of:
LOUVERTURE MiTIL
Petitioner
CtXRMELIE MTTTL
Respondent
t*- CLERMELIE MTTTL
Residence unknown,
shall awn copy of your Ans-
wer to the Petitioner for Disso-
lution of Marriage upon
GEORGE NICHOLAS Attor
ney (13 N W llth Avenue.
Miami. Florida. SllM and file
original with Court Clerk on or
before January 17. 1664. other
wise a default will be entered
December 21 1SSS
RICHARD BRINKER
By Arden Wong
December 60. 1661
January 4. 11. 20 1664
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
zsrznxzrz
NICK'S AUTO SERVICE at
TTS4 Was* tad OtArt Htatoah.
Florida SSfM Inlands, to re-
gtater said name with the Clerk
ef the CkreuM Osurt of
HteaJto atalaa*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOnCE IS HEREBY
OIVEM that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Salo
man Zy Goldberg at 2036 S W
1 *t Street Miami Florida SSIS8
Intends to register said name
with th.- Clerk Of the Clrcul'
Court of Dade County. Florida
Raul Olive. Owner
16661 December 30. 19*3.
Januarys 13.30. 19*4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 63-44467
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOE
Flor.oa lirNo 176116
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
PAMELA MORRIS
Petltloner-Wlfe.
and
LEE MORRIS.
Respondent Husband
TO LEE MORRIS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dlasoi
utlon of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
JEROLD H REICHLER. at
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1600 N.E. Miami
Gardens Drive. Suite 106 North
Miami Beach Florid* 11179
and file the origin*! with the |
dork of the above styled court
on or before January 17. 1664.
otherwise a default wUl be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
ach week tor four con
itive weeks fen THE JEW
ISH FLORID I AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this St day of Dec-
ember. 16SS.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
BYS VERZAAI
A* Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
KW OFFICES OF
SOLD H REICHLER
14SS N.E. Miami Gardens
Drive.
Suite 166 North Miami Beach.
Florida 11179
1606)647-6136
Attorney for Petitioner
ISMS December 10 19*6
January 4. 11 20 1664
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 61 10174
DIvlstonM
IN RE ESTATE OF
GEORGE R. COONEY.
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALI. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND AIJ. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YO( ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai the administration
of the estate of GEORGE R
COONEY. deceased File
Number 81-10176. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for I^ade
County Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is Third Floor Dade County
Courthouse. Tl West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 88130
The personal representative of
the estate Is EILEEN A
COONEY whose address la
14261 S W 82nd Street. Miami
Florida 38188 The name and
address of the personal
representative's attorney are
aat forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
THIN OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Kach 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
win become due shall be
stated If the claim la contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim la as-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant, shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall on* copy to each
personal representative
All persona interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Admlnlstrstlon has
bean mailed are required.
WTTHTN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
tocttane they may have that
chailengee the validity of the
decedent's will the quail
flcattotw of the personal rep
resantaUve. or the venue or
Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONI NOT SO
FILED WTLL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the Brat publication
of this Notice of
Administration December 16.
1666
EILEEN A COONEY
Aa Personal Representative
of the Estate of
GEORGE R COONEY
t
IN YHB CIRCUIT COURT OP
YMS BLBVBNYH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADS COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 81-41**4
OBHESAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CATAUNASHOE
CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
ISAAC CHOCRON.
individually and
d-b-a IMPORTADORA
NUEVA ESPARTA
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION:
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
TO ISAAC CHOCRON. Indlvl
dually and d-b-a
IMPORTADORA NUEVA
ESPARTA
Call* Gomel. PoHamar
ISLA MARGARITA.
VENEZUELA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for monlei
owed has been filed against yot
and you are required to ssrvs i
copy of your written defenses
If any to It on DEL-VALLi
AND NETSCH. PA whost
address Is 86 Grand Caruu,
Drive. Third Floor. Miami.
Florida 11144 on or before
January SI. 19*4. and file the'
original with the Clerk of this
Court, either before service onj
Plaintiff attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter; other
wise a Default will be entered
against you tor the relle'
demanded to the Complaint o
Petition.
Dated on this December if
IS**.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
aa Clerk of the Court
By D.C. BRYANT
AsDeputy Clark
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL I
16668 December 86.
Jaiaiary6.ll. 19*41
Attorney tor Personal
Representative
JOSEPH DU3ARTOLOMEO
ESQ
8400 Bird Road
Miami. Florida niM
Telephone SM-SSTO
1M70 December to 1661.
January 4. 16*4
NOTICE UNDSR
FICTIT IOU1 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GD/EN thai the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Gordon's of New York at 7*1
N E 147th Street. North Miami
Beach. Fla 31142 Intends to
i kgletel a*M name with Dm
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade County Miami
Gordon* Gordon Corp
Irto Gordon. President
16664 December 80. ISM
January 6. IS. M. 16*4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS MAMS LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the III I Maw sum
OLADMARY at IMM N W 47
A**.. Carol Ctty Fla 96*64 to
tenda to register **M name
with the Csark of the CtrcuM
Court of Dade County. Florida
Oladys Casanova.
OSSRV
18647 December S3. SO. 16SS.
January 4 U 1664
NOTICS UNDSR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OfVEN Skat the
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE IBSVICB
(NO PR OPS STY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO 11441*4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
LOU1SBANA LOUIS a k a
I.I'XAMAIXIUIS
I'etltloner-Hueband
and
ai rciA Respondent Wife
TO Alur Is Othelo Louis,
Respondent
71 Rue Alexandre
St Ix>uls I>u Nord
Haiti. West Indies
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been riled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
It on Brent F. Routman
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 181 N F 82 Street
Miami Fl. SS1S8 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
February 10. 1964. otherwises
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
Thla notice shall be published
once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
eel of said court at Miami.
Florida on this tth day of
January. 1964
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad*County. Florida
By ARDEN WONG
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal at
Routman and Routman
Attorneys at Law Attn
Brent E Routman. Esquire
161 NE 11 Street
Miami. FLSS1S8
Telephone (SOSi 707-6*00
Attorney for Petitioner
16081 January 0.11.
SO 17. ISM
IN THS CIRCUIT COUST
SOS
DADS COUNTY. PLOSIOA
PSOSATS DIVISION
FW*NaiB*T 63-1*444
OMoOMtt
IN RE ESTATE OF
CARLS MANSON
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the ee
tale of CARL S. fetANSON. de-
ceased. File Number 80 1044*
Upeetdkng la the Circuit Court
of which la
house. 78 Wast
Rosen SST.
ssiso The
neeertatUi and the per* as* I
representative s attorney are
set forth below
All Inte rested persona are re
quired to file with thla court.
WTTHTN TOREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
or tms notice (ii *n
claims against the estate and
(1) any oStoettoa by an Inter
esSed person to whom thla no
He* was mailed Mat nhaHasgei
the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FTLED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of thla Notice has
begun on January 0. ISM
Parana*) WaaraasntaUve
ANNETTE P MANSON
1701 N W l7th Street
Miami. Florida
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Morton B Zemel. Esquire
10000 N E 19th Avenue
Suite 111 Nor** Miami Beach.
Florida SS142
Telephone iSO0i0e*4317
1*0T7 JsjMsary t. IS 1*04
NOTICE UNDSR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN dial Ok* uMor atones.
dss I ring to engage In bussneas
under the fictitious nimi of
TRANS-ALASKA ENERGY at
1SSSS Btocayas Boulevard, to
the CMjr ef North Miami
Intends to register the
wrth the Clerk of the
Oreutt Osurt of Dade County
North Miami
sOOth day af
CAFTTALENEROT
ARCH CORP.
By ALAN I
JOEL A 6AVTTT Eae
JsjaaaryO.lS, 16M
IN THE CISCUIT COUST
FOB
DADS COUNTY. PLOSIOA
PSOSAYB DIVISION
File Number 61 1*441
Dlv*Bs*NSI
IN RE ESTATE OF
EILEEN D COONEY.
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
ins INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the admlnlatration
of the estate of EIIJCEN D
NEY. deceased. Fll*
Number 81 10601 is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
DIHBsWI the address of which
Is Third Floor. Dade County
Courthouse 7S West Flagler
Street Miami. Florida 811*0
The personal representative of
the estate is EIIJEEN A
COONBT whose address Is
14261 S W 62nd Street Miami.
Florida 381 OS 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
baste 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
win became due shall be
stated If the claim Is contln
gent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated If the claim la as-
cured, the security shall be de-
scribed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copses of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall on* copy to each
personal representative
AM persons Interested In the
estate to whom copy of this
Notice of Admlnlstrstlon has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICS. to rile any ob
toettone they may have that
challenges Ok* validity of the
decedent s will the quail
flcetlons of the personal rep
raatail*a. or the esous or
yurtedlctlon of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJBXTIOHB NOT BO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Data of Ok* first
af this Notice of
tratton Januarys. ISM
EILEEN A COONEY
AS Personal Representative
of the Estate of
EILEEN D COONEY
Deceased
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Joseph DtBartolomeo. Eaq
8460 Bird Road
Miami. Florida S6166
Telephone {SOS i 224V2774
1*074 January* It. 1SS4
IN THS CISCUIT COUST OF
THS SLSVSNTH JUOtCIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA
SENS SAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASB NO. 6S-M4I1
NOTICS OF ACTION
HEALTH TEX. INC .
Plaintiff.
*a
TV ANA ENTERPRISES. INC
and
RAUL ABUCHAIBE. totally
and
severally,
Defendant*
TO RAUL ABUCHAIBE
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
7*17 Lochtate Drive
NOTICE OP ACTrDRJ
CONSTSUCTIVS SBSVICS
(NOPBOPSBTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COUST OP
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP PLOSIOA, IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Act*** N*. SS-ST1YS
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOE
IN RE THEMARRIAOEOF
MARL* EUGENIA
MONTAIJ4AN VALLE.
petitioner
and
LseORTS \ AI1X
Keepondenl
To LEOK ri I ALLS
Kesldence I nknown
rOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an asTtsM for Inssol
utlon of Marriage has bee*
filed against you and you are
required to serve a c opy of your
t men defenses, if any. to It on
M cnstlna l>el Wile attorney
few petitioner whose address Is
rand Canal Drive. Suite
30* Miami. Florida 31144 and
file the original with the clerk
aj the above styled court on or
before January 30. 10*4. wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief dem-
anded in Ihe complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published
BJ966 each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
FLORIDtAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this l* Okay af
December. 108*
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk OirultCotsTt
Dade County Florida
BY DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
1*641 ttecember SI, SS. tSSS
Januarys. U. ISM
11 .aat Known residence i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Comptasnt tor
recovery on a personal
guaranty has been filed against
you together with a Comptalnl
tor damages a* an ope*
account against I VAN A
ENTERPRISE* INC and you
" hereby required lo
eopy of your written
if say to-wR. an IRA ,
SILVER. Plaintiff, atserasy
S~S*32S It^Z.
SD4W4L Fieri*. StoSl aaTar
J""tore February 1* it*4 ..
?-ta'2urt,W,*,h*a^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOB
DADS COUNTY. PLOSIOA
PSOSAYS DIVISION
F tie Neeabee 61 1*101
OlvsskS*M
IN RE ESTATE OF
FRANCIS R O'DEA *
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATIOSI
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED 04
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the aSmtototraSem
of the estate of FRANCIS R
odea. flmaeiS. Fll*
Number si 10*03 la pendtag to
the Circuit Court
County. FlorkSa.
Division. Ihe s*dnsi of which
la Third Floor. Dad* Ci*a*ty
Courthouse TS Wset Flagler
Street Miami. Florida SUSS
The personal I ******* Be* *f
the estate to WUIlasa L O Day.
w hose address la 0*40 W
Street Miami. Flo*
The name aad address ef the
personal representative's
attorney are ss4 forth below
res/tared. WITHIN
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OS THS FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to flto
with the clerk of the above
court a written stale snaM of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim
writing and must
basis tor the cl
and address of St*
hie ageat or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the clan*) to
not yet due. the dale whs*) S
wUl line
stated If the claim to
gent or H*JlllS***<. the
nature of the uncertainty shall
to staled If the claim la 00-
cured. Ihe security shall a* de-
scribed The claimant.
deliver sufficient
claim to the clerk to"
clerk lo mall on* ceay to)'
person*!
All
estate to whom a copy of thto
Notice of
been mailed are
WITHIN THREE
FROM THE DATS OF THS
HRST FjJSKJCATSOW OF
THIS NOTBCB.
tectlons they i
Of
of the airaaI rap-
ties or the veaass *r
tartoasetto* af Sn cessrl
ALL CLAIMS. DUtANDS,
AMD OBJECTIONS NOT SO
S1LED WILL BK FOStkrVER
HARKED


lunity Leader Passes
founder of
land the Mount
|ter. died Jan. 7
real estate
laltimore. Mr.
liami Beach in
[Art Deco style
Mrs and hotels.
Palm Hotl in
till owned and
ae of his death.
real pioneer
iy, be was told
patriarch of
interrelated
lilies whose
unban 126
of Temple
third presi-
I as chairman
building corn-
zing Lehrman
ras a trustee of
Appeal and a
I the Bonds for
a founder
Club and a
i of the Mount
Inter. He was
,ev
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SCHWARTZ
Batty. M. Miami, resident for 47
years, passed away Jan Survived by
son. Donald: daughter, Lola 9prttir
and four grandchildren. Services held
Jan. 10. Riverside, Mt Nebo
SHIKMAN
Sydney MM passed away Jan A
resident line* 1S47 Ha was a real estate
broker and waa vie* president and
director of tale* for All State
Properties Survived by wife.
Charlotte; daughter. Claudia Lamb,
and one grandchild Services held.
H Umbers
Joseph Rose
also a member of the Weetview
Country Club, the Hibiscus
Masonic Lodge, the Democratic
Club and the Civic League.
In addition to his business and
civic activities, Mr. Rose wrote,
painted and sculpted. He waa the
author of a published children's
book.
Survivors include his wife,
Virginia; son. Richard Rose;
daughters, Mrs. Caryl Unger and
Mrs. Gerri Lou Silverman; six
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
Services were held Sunday at
Temple Emanu-el Blasberg
Funeral Chapel was in charge of
arrangements.

FRIEDMAN
Allen L North Miami Beach paaaad
away Jan. T. A realdant for St yeara.
coming from Illlnola. 3urv1ved by wife,
Esther, son. Lawranaa S (Julia i of
Miami; 1 grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. Ha waa a member of the
Northehore Optimist Club. Elks Club,
B'nal B'rtth New Haven Lease and
Mlnyan Club of Dal Prado Services
held Jan t at RIvaratde. Star of David
NASS
Arnold. D fa. Miami Beach, paaaad
sway Jan. 4. A realdant for ST years.
coming from Brooklyn, N.T. Survived
by wife. Dottta. twe grandchildren, and
brother, Jack Naaa. He waa a life-
member of Masonic Lodge. Brooklyn.
and waa a minjsir of the I stum
Lodge Services held. Riverside
LANOOW
Laurence, M, Miami, paaaad away Jaa.
t A resident far at years, coming from
Paaaalc. N.J. Survived by wife, Sandra;
daughtera. Abby and Jill. son.
MJehaelmother. Sadie, all of Miami;
slaters. Eileen (Louis) Ftnkel Of
Highland Park. N.J. and Joyce
(Malvlni Paradise of Lawrence L.I
Services head Jan. S, RIvaratde
BAUMEL. Frieda Miami Beach.
Rubin Zllbert
HARPER, rneda, Miami Beach.
Rubin Zllbert
LACHI. Loula. Jan.. Rubin-ZUbert
MOLKO, Mrs. Pauline. TT, Miami
Beach. Jan..
STEOOW. Julia R.. Tl. Miami Beach.
Riverside
BERGER Hyman, North Miami
Beach. Jan. Blasberg
HALPERT Adolf. Jan. 6 Rubin
Zllbert
LEVITT, Lew. SO. Miami Beach,
Riverside
SCHNDER. Irving tl. Miami. Jaa. I.
Riverside, Mt Nebo
ABRAMSON. Ooldle, North Miami
Beach. Rubin Zllbert.
El.TERM AN Mary North Miami
Beach. Jan f. LevKtWetaatatn
QREENBERG Joseph, T6, Miami. Jan.
S. RIvaratde. Star of David
KAPLAN. Bertha M 72. North Miami
Beach. Jan Rlverald*
SHERMAN. Edward J TS. Hallandale.
Jan. S.
DAVIDSON. Dave. Miami Beach. Jan.
T.Rubin-ZUbert.
PRECNDLICH, Irving. Miami Beach.
RIvaratde.
OOODWIN. Anna Mats. Blasberg
OROSS, Rose.
JACOBS. CoUman, Miami Beach.
Rubin Zllbert
SAMUELS. Gertrude, SO. North Miami
Beach. Jan. t. Riverside
APPELL. Bella. Miami Beach.
Blaaberg
BLOMTELDT. Frances E.. tl. Miami
Beach. Rive
DORKIN Abraham Miami Beach.
Rubin Zllbert
FTLDERMAN Philip. Miami Beach.
Jan.*.
GROSS Helen. Miami Beach. Jaa. S.
Blasberg
PEISON. Max. Miami Beach. Jan. i.
Rubin ZUbert
SAPRON. Helen D.. M. Miami. Jan. i.
Riverside. Star of David
COURBHON. Jean. Miami Beach,
Blaaberg
DAHL, Edith. 84. North Miami Beach.
Jan.. Riverside
DORKIN. Abram. Jan. 10. Rubin
Zllbert
KNOCKS. Henry, 74. Miami Beach. Jan
10. Riverside.
KURTZ. Sadye, Jan. 11. Rlveralde
LABBIE. Ire/In. 70. Deerfleld Beach
Jan. 10, Menorah.
KARR. Gerald, Rlveralde
ruCHINSKY. Rabbi Nathan H et>
North Miami Beach. Jan. 11.
Riverside
SCHLESINGER. Aaei, Jsl I.
COLTEN. Minnie (Mkaa) Prank. Coral
Gablee. RIvaratde
KREIGBAUM. Louies S. IMargaret).
4 Miami. Jaa. I
When a loss occurs
away from home.
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Israel Ceremony Honors Coi
Sisters of the late Anna Brenner Meyers
Mfr presented a resolution eommtmdtng
Mrs Meyers 'for her outstanding contribu-
tion to Miami-Dade Community College mt
the recent meeting of the M-DCC District
Bomrd of Trustees- Mrs. Meyers, for whom
the MuvnrDade Medical Center Campus
building urns named, died on Nov. & It not
at her behest that the Dude County Board of
Public Instruction, on whtch she served for
IS years applied to the State Board of
Education for approval to establish m
community college tn Dade County Pictured
here are fleft to nghtl M-DCC President Dr
Robert H McCabe. Arthur and MuruH Bern
ttein, Gertrude Bergad Dorothy Foster, and
Daniel K GUL M-DCC Board Chairman
Arthur HCaurshom
of imiiwiiiHiM at
Nauoaai Banks and
ante ike
Couacfl.
Leonard Gotdfase. nauonal
dent of the Print Mnssster tkt) y^jud States and el
Cksb. that Mr could not sroapt tke Bonds far km r.....bbbI
vohrtSM
An acti w leader of*
Beth Saol oai and a res
ikrUool SMiMttdKSI
Coursboa nan bam
the Baas B rnk Fo
Pictured at the recent 25th anniversary
hratitjn of Cedars Medical Center s Auxiliary
are Heft/ Mrs. Betty Blau. the first vice
president of Cedars A uxdiary and founder of
the hospital'% gift nhop. accepting an award
for her yean of service to the Auxiliary, from
Donald S Rosenberg. Board Chairman and
Charles fotsch. Executive Director, and
(nghtl Mrs Sylvia Levin, the first president
of the Auxiliary, accepts an auard for her
leadership in organizing the Auxiliary 25
years ago Some of the accomplishments of
the Auxiliary include raising SI.5 million for
the hospital and purchasing special equip-
ment for the GI Center. Employee Child Care
Center and Cedar's Cardiac Program
Public Notice
HOT I CIO* ACTION
coMsraucTiva tea vies
(Noraopwmr)
HI TMI CiaCUIT COUtT Of
TMB ILIVlNTMjUOICIL
CIBCU IT OT FLOaiDA. IN
AMD FOB DAM COUNTY
Civil Act*** Ma. astern
action r-oe DISSOLUTION
OFMAaaiAOC
DIRE THE MARRIAGE OF
tUU WAVALPOTRT..
TERESA NAVALPOTRO.
raw
TO TERESA NAVALROTRO
RMldtlKtAMnM
l nknown
r.f ARE HEREBY NOT!
CD thai an action for DMao-
of Marria "* been
againa! you aad you ant
required In eerve a eoey of your
written defaneea. STaay. to It on
AJaert 1. (arrtearle. P A
Sddreaa la Mtl N.W. Tth Street
Miami riortda. aad fU* Om
arlglnal with tha cMrk of tho
above alylad court SU OT before
Eabruary IT. 1MM; sBmaUi a
default win b entered aaainat
you for Ota rallaf demanded In
the complaint or BSQfluii
Thta noUi ahaB ha pubtlahed
onca each weak for four eon-
aatuQva waaka Ml THE JEW
OH rXORIDLAN
witness my bend and Ota
aaal of aaid court at Miami
FlorMM on thlo ll day of Jan-
uary. I MM
RICHARD P BRINK EH
Aa CMrk, ClrcuM Court
Dede County PlorMM
ByC P Coprtand
AalwputyCtorfe
(Circuit Court taali
Albert L arrlrarte P A
MeT N w 70i atraat
MMari. riortdeuia
(MBieeS-TeiT
NOTICE OP ACTION
constbuctivs saavica
(MoraorvfiTvi
in thb ciacuiT coubt or
TMI ILIVINTH JUDICIAL
ciacuiT or r-Loeio*. in
AMO rOB DA DC COUMTV
Civ.1 Acttaa Ma. Mat it*
action roa mssOLUTioM
OT kUIIIAOC
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OP
YLVTO DOR ELI
ritatoaar-IMaSaal
MARIE LXM.RDES JEAN-
JOSEPH DOfuTLLS
Hieauassai WMa
TO MARIE LDURDEB
JE AN JOSEPH IJOREL.I
lOMLenoa Road
Brooklyn Naw York 1121J
TO!' ARE HEREBY NOT!
PIED that an action far Dtaaot
uUofi of Marries* bee baan
fUad a seine* you aad you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defonaes. If aay. to It on
Brant E Routmaa. attorney
for Petitioner whoae addraaa la
iaj N E aa atraat. Miami PL.
aiia and fUe tha orlctnal with
tne cterk of Om abova atyled
court on or before February 10.
IBM. otherwla* a default will
be entered acalnet you for Om
relief demanded Mi tha comp-
laint or petition
Thto notice Mall be publtohea
onca each waek for four oaav
aacuOve waaka Ml THE JEW-
ISH FLrtlDIAN
WTTNEBB my hand and Om
aaal of aald court at Miami.
PlorMM on thai day of
January. IBM
RICHARDP BRINKER
Aa Clark. ClrcuN Court
Dede County Ptortda
BY ArdenWont
A a Deputy Cterk
IClrcuM Court aaal i
i* Routman
at Law
Attn Brant E Routman.
Flag ler Name*
LouDanis
January 11. B).*T.
laiN E n Street
Miami PL 111M
KS-TSTSBM)
Attorney for Cautioner
1 January I. U.
. rr ibm
Lou Dania has baan nainad
Training Director of Flag-Mr
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation Mrs. Dams, a North
Miami Beach resident, is a Phi
Beta Kappa from Hunter College.
New York, with bar Masters in
Educattonsl Administration froaa
Kaan College, New Jersey
Her professional background
includes service aa Program
Director for Jewish Vocational
Services of Miami. She ie a
member of the American Society
for Training and Development,
and is currently serving the
Adath Yeahurun Synagogue.
North Miami Beach, aa a member
d the Hoard of Directors, and
Membership Vsee Praaidsia of
the (ongrrgalion
NOTICE
The EZRA TORAM FUND meeting scheduled for|
Sunday evening is being re-scheduled. It wrll take |
in our home this TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY
7 30 p.m At that time we will hear our distingw
guest speaker. Rabbi Berel Wem
Rabbi Avrohom Chaim A Luba Feoer
430 W 30 St, Miami Beach. Fla. 33140
674-0694
FREE
MEDICAL CARE
for high-blood pressure patients to
ticipate in a research study. Comi
physical exam, blood studies,
medication and chest x-ray. We also pay
a minimum of $360.
Call Nancy
634-0777
Mon.Fri. 9-5
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