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Egypt Won't Share
Murder Inquiry Report
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rSALEM (JTA) -
I will not convey to
le report of an in-
)mmission that in-
id the murder of
raeli tourists at Ras
eastern Sinai last
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ires in Tel Aviv,
led Bassiouni. said.
the full verdict of the
court which convicted and
sentenced Suleiman Khater. an
Egyptian soldier, for the killings.
would be made available to the
Israeli Ambassador in Cairo,
Moshe Saason.
THE EGYPTIAN diplomat,
speaking on Israel's Arabic Ser-
vice television program, maintain-
ed that international law did not
require that the findings of the in-
quiry commission be given to
Israel.
His remarks stirred a furor in
Likud and other rightwing parties
and may further aggravate the
tense relations between the Labor
Party and its Likus partners in
the unity coalition government.
Delivery to Israel of the com-
mission's findings was one of the
Contiaued on Page 2-A
'We Can't Forget
Or Permit Forgetting'
JTA Seme*
BONN Israeli Premier
Shimon Peres laid a wreath
at the Jewish memorial
monument on the site of the
Bergen-Belsen concentra-
tion camp near Hanover
Monday. A cantor recited
kaddish. the prayer for the
dead. The Israeli leader
visited the Documentation
Center where he examined
photographs and fragments
of literature attesting to the
atrocities committed there
more than 40 years ago.
Peres walked along the road of
deserted barracks, vestigial re-
mains of the Holocaust. He said
little. He was visibly moved and
forced to hold back tears. At least
20 members of his family were
among the hundreds of thousands
of Jews and others who perished
at Bergen-Belsen.
PERES" visit of the site was
described as private, something
quite apart from the political and
economic aspect* of his official
three-day visit to West Germany.
Although he was accompanied
by a ranking politician. Prime
Minister Hans Albrecht of the
Federal State of Lower Saxony,
on his tour of Bergen-Belsen, the
'onversation concerned the past
.md plans to expand the Documen-
tation (enter to include a
research anrt educational facility
that will serve as a meeting place
for (ierman youth, the post-war
generation with no memories of
'he Third Reich.
Peres said after the visit that he
went to Bergen Belsen in part to
promote understanding and
reconciliation with the German
people. He spoke of the new
democratic Germany with which
Israel wants to establish coopera-
tion and promote understanding.
The Israeli Premier said he was
primarily interested in launching
a dialogue, but this could not be
done unless memories of the past
be kept alive. In an interview with
the German newspaper Bild.
Peres said of the Holocaust that
the Israelis and Jews all over the
world "cannot forget or let this be
forgotten." lit- added that. "A
new Germany has arisen from
that hell, and that gives me reason
for hope."
PERES" WORDS al>out recon-
ciliation were reminiscent of those
>(n>ken by the last prominent
Continued on Page 10-A
Prime .Minister Peres
In London
Spotlight Focuses on Stalemate
Bv MAURICE SAMI ELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Israeli Premier Shimon
Peres met British Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher
for an hour last week and
said they discussed new
ideas to break the Middle
East peace stalemate.
Peres said after the meeting: "I
think some new ideas were raised
which are worth examining." He
added: "Time is running out. and
there is a need to take additional
steps."
The talks with Thatcher and Sir
Geoffrey Howe, the Foreign
Secretary, came on the first day
of Peres' five-day visit. The only
previous official visit here by an
Israeli Premier took place in 1977
when the newly-elected
Menachem Begin met then-British
Premier James Cailaghan.
PERES ARRIVED from
Holland under close security amid
heightened diplomatic activity
over the Middle East. Shortly
before his arrival. King Hussein of
Jordan left Britain after one of his
frequent private visits. His depar-
ture ended speculation that he and
Peres might hold a secret meeting
here.
Both men. however, were in
contact through the good offices
of U.S. Assistant Secretary of
Continued on Page 13-A
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scheduled for this Sunday
Feb. 2, is expected to pro-
vide a major push to the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1986 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign
surpassing all prior efforts.
Each year Super Sunday get*
bigger and better, according to
Aaron Podhurst, general cam-
paign chairman, because as the
community becomes more aware
of what the Federation is trying to
accomplish through Super Sun-
day, more people volunteer and
are willing to make more
generous pledges when they are
called.
"SUPER SUNDAY has become
an institution in our Jewish com-
munity, and judging by the
number of people who have
volunteered, and by the number of
local businesses which have
become telephone sponsors and
have donated door prizes and
other items, the community is
Continued on Page 14-A
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Page 2A The Jewish FloridJan/Friday, January 31, 1966
In Cairo
Weizman in Talks With Mubarak
Bv GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Ezer Weizman met with
President Hosni Mubarak of
Egypt in Cairo Sunday. He
flew there secretly on a
special mission, the purpose
of which was not disclosed
but is believed to be ar
urgent attempt to arrange a
summit meetings between
Mubarak and Premier
Shimon Peres.
Weizman. a Minister-Without-
Portfolio attached to the Prime
Minister's Office, was accom-
panied by Gen. (Res.) Avraham
Tamir. director general of the
Prime Minister's Office, who has
oeen closely involved in recent
negotiations with Egypt This trip
was approved by Peres who
was in West Germanv Sundav
Egypt Says Israel 'Must'
Give Up E. Jerusalem
Bv YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) Egypt has told the
Security Council that Israel
"must" withdraw from
East Jerusalem and that the
Palestinians in the West
Bank, including those living
in East Jerusalem, must
have their right to self-
determination.
The Egyptian Ambassador.
Mohamed Ibrahim Shaker, ad-
dressed the Council in the course
of the debate on The Situation in
the Occupied Arab Territories."
The Coucil opened its debate at
the request of Morocco, as chair-
man of the Organization of the
Islamic Conference, and the
United Arab Emirates, as chair-
man of the Arab Group at the UN
The request was triggered by re-
cent confrontations on the Temple
Mount between a group of visiting
Knesset members and an angry
Arab crowd.
Airports
Tighten
Security
Bj EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Airports in at
least a half dozen European coun-
tries have tightened security
neasures in the aftermath of the
Dec. 27 simultaneous attacks on
Israeli airline counters at the
Rome and Vienna airports.
The airports in Athens, Madrid,
Barcelona, Rome, Milan, Paris
and Lisbon are under "red alert"
They are considered especially
"sensitive" and are taking
precautions against possible at-
tack by Palestinian terrorists.
Heavily armed police have been
posted at all check-in counters.
Armored police vehicles patrol the
tarmac outside the terminal
buildings and escort planes taxi-
ing for landing or take-off.
The Greek government ordered
special measures at Athens air-
port, which is believed to have
been the boarding place for ter-
rorists who hijacked a TWA
airliner last June 14 and an Egyp-
tian airliner last Nov. 23. The In-
terior Minister personally in-
spected the airport over the
weekend and checked security
precautions.
At Oriy Airport in Paris, the El
Al counter and waiting area is
under heavy guard by some 250
uniformed police and an undisclos-
ed number of plainclothes security
men.
Visitors to airports in Spain and
Italy described the security
measures taken there as "highly
visible." Dozens of uniformed
carabinieri patrol the air ter
minals in Italy, while the Spanish
Civil Guard is posted in the cor-
ridors and at check-in counters at
Spanish airports
EGYPT CLAIMED in the
Council that the incidents were
not the first time that Israel
"violated the sacred character of
the A.-Aksa Mosque." This time.
Egypt charged. "Israeli officials"
were involved in the "profarta
tion" of the Mosque The Egyp-
tian representatives warned that
"the incitement of religious feel
ings" can harm the prospects of
peace in the region.
Binyamin Netanyahu. Israel's
Ambassador to the OH, speaking
at the opening sesson of the
debate, said that a delegation of
Knesset members visited the
Temple Mount on Jan. 8 and that
the visit was coordinated in ad-
vance with the Waqf. the Moslem
religious authority in charge of ad-
ministering Moslem holy places in
Jerusalem.
He charged that a prearranged
incitement took place when the
Knesset members paused at
Solomon's Stables "which had no
religious significance '
Netanyahu said that a group of
Arabs surrounded the Knesset
members and began to shout:
"The Jews are invading the Tem-
ple Mount. Slaughter the Jews."
ASSERTING THAT the PLO
was "the main agitator for this
(the Security Council) meeting."
the Israeli envoy said that the
alleged anti-Moslem incident in
Jerusalem never happened.
"What happened was an attempt
to incite anti-Jewish hatred." He
said that Freedom of religion
flourished in Jerusalem and that
Jerusalem will remain Israel's
capital forever.
Diplomats said they hoped the
Council would conclude its
meeting this week, although at
present there is no draft resolu-
tion. Diplomats said they expect a
U.S. veto on any harsh anti-Israel
resolution.
by Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir and Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin.
WEIZMAN and Tamir were
reportedly joined by Israel Am
bassador to Egypt. Moshe SmmB
at their session with Mubarak.
Weizman. who ha* had eloM con
tacts with Egyptian officials since
his participation in the Camp
David talks seven .cars HfO, is
said to fear Uiat unless .i Peres
Mubarak summit taKes p
soon, the enure peace pn
could be in jeopard \ Peres a
believe*4, to share Chll I W
lsraei> cool relation.-- with
Egypt were further strained
week by the unenthui ej
tion given in I lair b Israel I offer
of a package deal the
Taba bonier dispute bj nterna
tional arbitration as I fy\ I ttai
demanded utd
same time to revive the Mailed
process of normalization between
the two countries. The Egyptians
insist mat a summit late can bt
set omy after a date n tat for ar
oitration to begin
They infuriated many Israeli-
by flatly refusing to give Israe.
the report of the special com."
sion set up to investigate the
murder of seven Israeli tourist
an Egyptian soldier at Ka.s Rurka
in eastern Sinai last (>ct. 1
WEIZMAN reportedly
telephoned Mubarak over the
worsening situation and was told
by the Egyptian leader that he
had an open invitation to visit
Cairo. Weizman is also said to
have informed Mubarak he would
keep his visit secret lest if be
jeopardized by elements of Likud.
Likud circles in fact openly
criticized their party leader
Shamir. Monday for approving
Weizman s trip.
The urgency of his visit was
underlined by the fact that Tamir.
in effect a personal emissary of
Peres, flew in from Europe where
he had been escorting the Premier
and immediately boarded Weiz-
man's plane to Cairo.
No details of the meeting with
Mubarak were reported here.
Weizman is believed to have ex-
plained to him the importance of
the decision by the Inner Cabinet
on Jan. 13 to offer Egypt a
package deal including arbitration
over Taba.
Observers here said that unless
Weizman returns from Cairo with
an agreement for an early sum-
mit. Peres' prestige, no less than
his own. would suffer a severe
blow and the peace process will be
in danger
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Cabinet (five I>abor and" five Likud
Ministers i when it agreed on Jan
13 to submit arbitration -
demanded by Cairo as part of a
package deal for the normal iza
tion of relations between Israel
and Egypt.
Aides to Premier Shimon Peres
told reporters earlier that they ex
pected the Egyptians to turn over
the inquiry commission's report
very soon. Differences may no*
arise between Labor and likud
over whether the court verdict
can be considered a full report
within the meaning of the Inne
Cabinet's decision
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report of the inquiry commission
because, among other reasons,
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Historic Event
Israel, Spain Establish Formal Diplomatic Relations
Friday. January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-A
AMSTERDAM-(JTA)-
Premier Shimon Peres of
Israel and Prime Minister
Felipe Gonzalez of Spain
met for four hours at The
Hague Jan. 19 to seal the
new relationship between
their countries.
Spain and Israel formally an-
nounced the establishment of full
diplomatic ties. Officials of the
two countries signed the
documents of mutual recognition
in The Netherlands capital.
Feres and Gonzalez were invited
here by the Dutch government for
bilateral discussion and other
meetings related to the Middle
East peace process and the Euro
pean Economic Community.
Holland currently holds the
rotating chairmanship of the
Spain Signs Despite Worries
About Arab Economic Threats
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
Spanish government, by
establishing formal
diplomatic ties with Israel,
took what it and apparent-
ly most of the Spanish peo-
ple consider a long overdue
and honorable step at the
risk of Arab economic
sanctions and possible ter-
rorist attacks against
Spanish installations and
citizens abroad and at ho-
me.
Spain sought to forts tall
diplomatic and economic rtpSf
(iissions in the Arab world by in
forming Arab leaders of its inten-
tion to recognize Israel well in ad
vance. Spanish diplomats stressed
that this will not alter Spain's
traditional backing of the Palesti
nian cause.
AT THEIR meeting with Israeli
diplomats at The Hague to sign
the documents of mutual recogni-
tion, the Spaniards presented the
Israelis with a paper calling for in-
ternational recognition of Palesti-
nian rights.
Meanwhile, stringent security
precautions have been in place
.-nice early last week at all
Spanish Embassies and
diplomatic missions abroad. These
were especially evident at Spanish
legation* in Western Europe and
the Middle East On the eve of
recognition, hundreds of members
>>f Spain's anti-terrorist squad, the
cndl GBO, were dispatched to
European and Middle East
capitals.
1'ispite these precautions, throe
Spanish officials, one a security
guard, were kidnapped in Beirut
They are being held by a Shiite
Moslem militia, reportedly as
hostages for release of several
Lebanese gunmen sentenced to
prison terms in Spain last year. It
was not clear whether the kidnap-
pings were connected with
Spain's recognition of Israel or
merely coincidental.
Inquiry Extended
TORONTO (JTA) The
< abinet has extended by six mon
ths the official inquiry into Nazi
war criminals living in Canada,
conducted by former Quebec
Superior Court Judge Jules
I>eschenes who was named a one-
man commission by the govern-
ment a year ago.
DESPITE THREATS of ter
rurist attack and economic retalia-
tion, Spanish public opinion seems
nearly unanimously in favor of
Prime Minister Felipe Gonzalez's
initiative to recognize Israel. Vir
tually all of the major dailies have
congratulated him for taking the
step, expressing regret only that
it was not taken much sooner.
Democratic government was
restored in Spain in 1974 for the
first time in 86 years, following
the death of (Jen. Francisco Fran-
co. The Spanish people have since
been searching for their cultural
and historic roots. In the course of
that search, they have welcomed
the very notion of Sephardism,
the concept of a Spanish Jewry,
removed by the expulsion 500
years ago.
Dozens of books on the role
played by Sephardic Jews in
Spanish history are published
even,- month. A regular monthly
television program on the State-
owned network is devoted to the
Jewish contribution to Spain.
Popular singers are performing
songs based on Sephardic themes.
THE RECOGNITION of Israel
is viewed by many Spanish
historians as closing the breach
Iietween Spain and Jews that
opened in 1942 A special service
celebrating the new relationship
between Spain and Israel was held
at Madrid's modern synagogue.
Jewish congregants, most of them
relative newcomers from North
Africa, greeted each other with
cheerful Stnzrl Tors
Members of Jewish youth
organisations filled Madrid's com-
munity center They sang the
Israeli national anthem. Hatikva.
There are believed t<> be sboul
16,000 Jew- in spam The largest
communities are in Madrid and
Barcelona At the time of the ex
pulsinn. an estimated imarter-
million Jews lived in Spain, among
them writers, jurists, rabbis, din-
tor-- anil philosophers.
EEC. which Spain joined on Jan.
1. One of the conditions of its ad-
mission to the Common Market
was recognition of Israel.
THIS WAS an historic event
fi>r both Mediterranean nations,
as Peres noted in remarks at Ben
Gurion Airport before his depar
ture. "This morning wil begin
with the meeting with the Prime
Minister of Spain. Felipe Gon-
zalez." Peres said.
"This really is a very special oc-
casion in the annals of diplomacy
and the history of our people,
since the Golden Age (of Jews in
Spain) which gi>es back 500 years
when the Jewish people par-
ticipated so much in the culture of
Spain, contributed to it and car-
ried with them the essence of a a
very unique culture," Peres said.
He recalled the expulsion of
Jews from Spain in 1492. "Now.
meeting again as peoples, coun-
tries and leaders is. I believe, for
all of us. a moving experience."
Peres added.
FOLLOWING HIS talk with
Gonzalez here, the Israeli leader
observed that Spain is in a unique
position to help the Middle East
peace process. "With the benefit
of balanced and friendly ties with
all parties in the conflict, it can
serve as a bridge between us, thus
contributing to the peace process
in the Middle East." he said.
Gonzalez noted that Spain's
recognition of the Jewish State
38 years after its founding was
part of the process of ending his
country's isolation from world af-
fairs that characterized the
regime of the late Gen. Francisco
Franco. "I hope we can contribute
now to the peaceful solution of
Middle East problems," he said.
Feres met in The Hague with
Richard Murphy. U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State for Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs,
who flew to Europe over the
weekend in what Reagan Ad
ministration sources described as
a renewed effort to break the im-
passe in the Middle East peace
process. Murphy met with King
Hussein of Jordan in London.
TEL AVIV (JTA) El Al
ticket counters at two British air
ports in Manchester and in Lon-
don have been relocated, sp-
parently because other airlines
are nervous about possible ter
rorist attacks. In the Dec. 17
assault on El Al ticket counter- at
the Rome and Vienna airports,
most of the 19 who died were
passengers on line al adjacent
counters
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WHEN HE left Israel. Peres
described his trip as "a mission to
reinforce our friendship with
Europe." although his meeting
with Gonzalez was clearly the
highlight. The U.S. Ambassador
to Israel, Thomas Pickering, ac-
companied the Premier on his
flights to Holland.
Peres spent five days in Britain
where he had a 90-minute private
talk scheduled with Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher and a
luncheon with the Prince and
Princess of Wales. In West tier
many, he met with Chancellor
Helmut Kohl. President Richard
Von Weizsaecker. Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher.
and Bavarian Prime Minister
Franz-Joseph Strauss.
Peres also visited West Berlin,
the first Israeli Premier ever to do
so. and was expected to pay a
private visit to the site of the
Bergen-Belsen concentration
camp. In each of the three coun-
tries on his itinerary, Peres also
met with leading businessmen in
an effort to boost trade with
Israel.
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Super Sunday Will Set
Our Phones Ringing
"One People. One Destiny.'" This is the
theme of the 1986 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
This Sunday. Feb. 2. some 2.000 vol-
unteers will be making telephone calls in
Dade County. To contact you. The purpose
of their calls is to solicit the community's
support of Federation's central fund-raising
effort in the cause of major needs here and
in Israel.
That's why the annual effort is called
Super Sunday. Because volunteers will con-
tinue manning the telephones throughout
the following week, through Feb. 6. by the
end of Super Week they will have logged
more than 60.000 calls to contributors in
Greater Miami.
Last year. Super Sunday/Super Week
volunteers were able to raise some $2
million. This represents a significant portion
of CJA's total campaign.
Volunteers provide the foundation for
energizing the Federation campaign. The
one sure way to receive meaningful gifts is
to ask for them personally. And so. Super
Sunday is really a way to reach out to other
Jews for the betterment of our community,
for the people of Israel and even for Jews
living in 31 other lands.
Volunteering And Giving
For this reason, the theme of the 1986
campaign is so apt. We are. indeed, one peo-
ple with one destiny concerned for the needs
of some of us in our ranks in Miami, of some
in Israel, of some perhaps anxious for their
very lives in an Arab land or elsewhere
abroad.
This apart, hot kosher meals for the elder-
ly in our midst, counseling for the distress-
ed, education for our youth, health care,
vocational counseling for the unemployed,
cultural activities within the context of a
Jewish milieu, day care for infants and the
frail elderly all these things are made
possible through gifts to the Federation
campaign.
For the one people who share their one
destiny, volunteering to man those phones
this Sunday at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami is one thing. But the net purpose of it
all is the other: when your phone rings at
home, pick up the volunteer's call. And then
give. Give until the joy of it overwhelms you
with the meaning of your gift what it can
do to help your fellow-Jews.
And then give some more.
The Steins' Gifts to Miami
Many friends gathered here over the
weekend to help Louis Stein and his wife
Bess, celebrate Mr. Stein's 80th birthdav.'
And no wonder.
The Steins have been snowbirds in our
midst beginning in 1975. but in 1977 thev
moved to Miami permanently. Miami has
been lucky ever since, for the Steins' capaci-
ty for philanthropy and good works general-
ly is by now legendary.
In so short a time, they have given of their
resources, their time and their good-will to
wonderful causes. If the Stein capacitv for
Jewish Floridiari
I
generosity is legendary, it is for the reason
that the couple would rather have it that
way.
Theirs is one of the highest forms of con-
tribution. They do not care much to talk
about it.
The result is that all of Miami has been
enriched by their presence among us. The
warmth that emanates from this couple, one
to the other, inevitably moves to entwine
those in their presence as well. This,
together with their quiet philanthropy, is a
valuable contribution to our community.
We join those of Mr. and Mrs. Stein's
friends who have already wished Mr. Stein
"Happy Birthday" on his 80th. We add our
hopes for many more to come.
Israel on the Upswing
In London. Prime Minister Thatcher met
with Israel's Prime Minister Shimon Peres
late last week. The meeting was essentially
on the heels of an earlier meeting between
Mrs. Thatcher and Jordan's King Hussein.
Prior to his arrival in London. Mr. Peres
stopped off in Amsterdam, where he and
Prime Minister Felipe (Gonzalez of Spam
met for four hours at The Hague and signed
on the dotted line for the establishment of
full diplomatic relations between their two
countries. This, despite many previous
threats by Aral) nations, some of which are
great customers of Spain's arms industry
And then on Sunday. PLO leader Vasir
Arafat arrived in Jordan for a round of talks
between the two leaders during which, it is
understood, the King urged Arafat to accept
UN resolutions 242 and 338. l*>th of which
acknowledge Israel's right to exist under
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sum Israel's flag flies higher and more
bright!) on the international front a
result of all of this maneuvering.
Even in West Germany, Prime Minister
['.res' last port of call before his return t<>
Israei. Mr Peres 'hi not flinch from a firn
statement during nil tear-choked visit t..
Bergen-Belsen where at least 2< of his own
family memU-rs perished
Come what may. we must not forget or
permit others to forget: this was his
message riot only to Germany, but to the
world. It was a strong message from a
strong leader of a country whose w
presence is once again <>n the upswing
Background Report
Behind the New Spanish-Israeli Link
Friday. January 31. 1986
Volume 59
21SHEVAT5746
Number 5
By MARC TANENBAIM
On Monday. Jan. 13. my
Spanish-shaking colleague.
Jacobo Kovadloff. and I sat
in the office of Ambassador
Manuel Sassot. ConMi!
General of Spain, discussing
the status of the much
reported plan of the Spanish
government to establish
diplomatic relations with
Israel. Now. those relations
have been formally
announced.
While the conversation *as
warm and friendly, we told the
Aml>assador that many in the
American Jewish community
were looming frustrate.! o\,.'r
the repeated promises to Jewish
leaders by Spanish officials that
diplomatic ties would soon be
established, but that for more
than a year nothing has happened.
AMBASSADOR Sassot who
formerly directed the Middle East
desk of the Spanish Fo reign
Ministry, sat hack in his chair, and
declared firmly. "I can tell you
now that the decision has been
taken I have just spoken with our
Foreign Ministry in Madrid, and it
will happen within the next
weeks."
Last week Spain and Isarel ex
changed diplomatic formalin.-
in The Netherlands when Prime
Minister Felipe Gonzalez and
Premier Shimon Peres, who are
personal friends, met in The
Hague. That development rightlv
deserves to be characterized as
historic." But there ought not u
be any euphoria, for a rocky road
bes ahead with the Arab world
The rockier that road becomes the
more important will be the role of
Amencan Jewry in helping sus
Um Spain s rightful decision.
Spain has been subjected to in
tense pressures fr......i
.. ind tnembei
threatening reprisals u.
Spaniah-Isrse I
realized. The ugiii..
pres-.ir.- > reflt ct<.....
language publical
Saudi Embaas) ii v
dei D
tal li a .
But more M-ric.u- thai or..
pagands warfare ,u;
against Span bj iral
the l>rute fact that the \-..r. eorld
i- become me .t :> lam -
buyers of Spanish made *eup
In the first three quarters of ]'
Spain exported $j ;, ,,;;,,. .
goods to the Aral, world while
total import> came t.. $:, 2 billion.
mostly in oil.
SALDI ARABIA current!)
buys $150 million in irma
annually, and Madn.i ...
increase that to $250 million bj
the end of next year kuw.,/
Saudi Arabia, and Libya ire the
major Arab investors in Spain,
with large holdings in real estate
housing, ami tourist related in'
dustries Spanish exports to Aral.
countries include si,.,-! trucks
heavy machinery, chemicah and
increasingly, military harder.
In contrast, trade between
Spain and Israel is relatively in
>i>mificant Indeed. the\ are "com
petitors in the world market for
the sale of oranges and other
fruits and vegetables However
technical and cultural ties have
been steadily increasing Israeli
waUr experts have been called in
to Spain s southermost region to
!S.|80lVeLthe cnM'ng drought
P^'1^ Last year. Ib^rui
and W Al signed an agreement
auch.ng direct flights between
the two countries
m^Hle Felipe Go"*"" is known
to ba a genuine fnend ^?
n:ihsUc to F*ct that Arab
i '- special!)
reragv will force hoi
tinuousJ) to make featurei i
lb world Thus m a letu
\ral> I sag '
\i ril 25, 1965. he
Aral, government that not
will
port of Israel's petit) boi
in fact, benefit
inter. |
BIT AMEKK AN J.*
npi.rtant mis to play '
intf counterbalance die-.
e\ itable Arab pressures aga
Spam hi tiie monUi ahead. >j -
has gone through a decade ..f
trial crisis 6s result of
I'^niPEC-iasjtSed oil cri:
While (ionzalez's gover-
made significant strides
lowering inflation and the Q
deficit. Spain i> in'urgent net
major investments in industr.
technology, as well as in increased
trade and commerce.
As is the case with West sod
I -t European governments
which have sought Amer
understanding and support. Span
verj much seeds the sympathe-
intere-t ,.f American Jews in f
itig to promote increased C
merual ties U-tween the I'nfre.i
States and Spain.
SPANISH EMBASSY ofl
is one of the largest producer-
much needed foreign curren. >
and they are aware that Amer
Jews are among the largest
groups of tourists to Spain
Beyond the natural interest of
Amencan Jews in wanting t"
assure the strengthening of
Spanish-Israeli diplomatic and
other human contacts. Jews havi
a profound interest as Americans
in helping sustain the democratic
institutions and values that have
emerged out of the darkness of
Franco Spain just some 12 years
ago
. J(iHM


.
Louis, Bess Stein
Score Big Impact
On South Florida
Friday, January 31. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 5-A
By ERIC Moss
Jewish Wloridiat Staff Writer
L.mis and Bess Stein are
Philanthropists with a
capital "P." In South
Florida alone, the Steins
have had a major impact
since becoming permanent
residents in 1975. Behind
them are accomplishments
stretching from New
Jersey, their original home,
to Philadelphia, and across
to Israel.
They're quite team, these
A high school romance tailed
the whole thing And they're still
werj much in love BO .cars later
lie was senior. She anu i
ihman. The) mel at a Young
Judea dance al the YMHA ,n
I'nion City, and N>th giggle as
tell the
. .
no Mr. Steii
nej Mrs St4
.
MR. SI'KIN
I


.Mr
. '
itei vhi it l gel
..-.' led. As a on
as 1 was abJa to make S60 week
a. would get married
When he opened his law office in
1928, he had enough money to buy
a desk and pay two months' rent.
That's when he "ventured into the
sea (if matrimony."
Mrs Stein's parents were over-
joyed. "They always liked him
wry much." she said. "I'd go out
on dates with other boys, and
they'd say. 'Where are you go-
ing?" Evidently, with Mr. Stein
they were less inquisitive.
"WI PASSED muster with
ix.th parents.'' he said. She was
L9, He was 22.
Mr Stein rememben the day
the stock market collapsed, and
the country was plunged into the
Great Depression. "It was very
serious time. People were commit-
ting suicide, jumping out of win-
dows." His familj wasn't affected
because "we never had too much
wealth."
A year ami a half after the wed-
ding, Bess Stem gave birth to
their first child, a daughter. Mr
Stem a [practice was providing
steady income, and the couple was
looking forward to raising a fami-
ly We were very pleaseii. it was
a happj occasion,' they chorused
"I DID WELL, considering the
times, far beyond my expe
tions." Mr Stein admits. He prac-
ticed ii \> w lersej until 1964,
lie movi
.......
spr
ewisl
1 lire
M r

.-pint a u
ip of u i terested
m the institutioi
board of directors," Mr. St
recalled "We would spend our
weekends trying to get contribu-
tions to pay the executi\e director
one week, heat and lighting the
next week."
"And the mortgage." Mrs.
Stein added. "The younger people
were the ones who kept the doors
open. The older people were tired.
I guess, and the depression made
them run out of money."
THROUGH THEIR efforts, the
Steins kept the place running. The
Both Steins are loaded with a
social conscience rooted in faith.
Steii


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genes? VI Mrs Sti
I "Mj childn h i\' adopted
this from us. They're ver\
involved."
Mr. Stem takes a philosophical
approach to his philanthropy He
believee that (rod gives us all our
needs, and it's up to each in-
dividual to insure we use these
gift properly. Otherwise. God will
...
nil
i sun

. I
. re
what .' .'1 tell it to mj family
when 1 ask them to givi
THE STEIN family numbers
32, including great grandchildren.
For every occasion that they
assemble. '.A place are set at the
table. Why the extra chair?
"For those who are less for-
tunate." Mr. Stein said.
In addition to the Steins pen
the}
. .
Vi
i
thai
rl
things a.
getting ibout 1950 Mrs Stem
said. Although neither of them
has had formal education in art,
other than an art appreciation
course Mrs. Stein attended, their
tastes are electric. "She just loves
it. that's all." Mr. Stein said. "I'm
no judge, hut she has much more
Continued on Page 14-A
Weizmann Institute Prof.
Specializes In Molecular Matches

PROF. PATCHORNIK
: t //:,;
In Yiddish, a schadchen is
a matchmaker.
Remember Yente the
Matchmaker in "Fiddler on
the Roof?" She was deter-
mined to bring Motel, the
young sewing machine
operator, and Zeitl, the
young girl, together for the
purpose of marriage.
However, at Israel's Weizmann
Institute of Science, a schadchen
is a highly-sophisticated machine
which joins two or more like
molecules to form a more complex
molecule whose molecular weight
is a multiple of the original and
whose physical properties are
different.
DEVELOPER of the unique
Schadchen Machine is Prof. A-
braham Patchornik. for eight
years the head of the Weizmann
Institute's Organic Chemistry
Department. Prof. Patchornik
was in South Florida recently to
visit his cousins, Simon and Janet
Schiff, longtime residents of
Miami Beach.
A charitable trust established by
Louis and Etta Schiff. Mr. Schiffs
parents have contributed major
funds to the Weizmann Institute
during the past few years for the
development of the machine and
continued research.
"The invention of the Sckadcken
Machine, says Patchornik,
"heralds a new era in technology
and chemistry combining for
the first time chemicals, elec-
tronics and computers."
The Weizmann Institute,
located 15 miles southeast of Tel
Aviv, is one of the top ten scien-
tific research centers in the world
today. It is a pioneer in the field of
chemical polymerization.
THE THREE aspects of reac
tive polymer chemistry in-
vestigated at the Weizmann In-
stitute immobilized enzymes,
affinity chromatography and
polymeric reagents represent
the creative utilization of ex-
perience gathered by polymeric
chemists, biochemists and syn-
thetic organic chemists alike.
Immobilised enzymes and affini-
ty techniques have already achiev
ed honored places in the academic
and industrial fields. In its largest
commercial application, U.S. cor-
porations utilize immobilized en-
zymes to convert dextrose derived
from corn starch into a much
sweeter fructose, a crystalline
sugar, yielding a highly-enriched
syrup used in processed foods,
candies and beverages.
Prof. Patchornik. on sabbatical
leave from the Weizmann In-
stitute, is currently on a
worldwide, year long research and
lecture tour. Before departing
Miami Beach for Sweden, Pat-
chornik had visited Washington,
D.C. Philadelphia, San Francisco.
San Diego and Northwestern
University, where he consulted
with Prof. Robert Letsinger. one
of the world's leading experts in
DNA chemistry.
PATCHORNIK and Letsinger
explored aspects of the Sckadchen
Machine in genetic engineering
where the synthesis of DNA is in-
volved. DNA is a nucleic acid
within the chromotin of a living
cell, which contains the genetic
code and transmits the hereditary
pattern.
Prof. Patchornik travels with a
set of color slides of photographs
of the Schadchen Machine in eight
languages, including Japanese.
.Patchornik credits a colleague at
Continued on Page 12-A
In Miami Beach, he reminisces
about Israel 100 years ago


Page 6-A The Jewish Ftoridian/Friday, January 31, 1986
In Tel Aviv
Sharon Reaches Big
Settlement With 'Time'
Bt Ht'GH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Ariel Sharon, the controver-
sial former Defense
Minister, has reached an
out-of-court settlement in
his libel suit against Time
magazine in a Tel Aviv
district court.
The amount of the settlement
was not disclosed, hut according
to Israel Radio it is a very con-
siderable sum. far in excess of the
legal expenses incurred by the
Likud Minister
Sharon, who is Minsiter of Com-
merce and Industry in the Labor-
Likud unity coalition government,
said in a radio interview that he
m >a:;>ft-d with the outcome of
ear legal battle w :
Tirr.t B> tai I Im regar led
tlement "' as a \.Ct rj r :ruth
and Creed
prei
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an lary
.
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the Let iad
.-.< I of
aneae Pr
elect Baahir Gemayei to tax*
revenge. Iiading to the massacre
.in civilians in the
Shatila and Sabra refugee camps
in Israel-occupied west Beirut in
September, 1982. by a Christian
Phaiangist militia.
The article also claimed that a
secret addendum known as Ap-
pendix B to the report of the
Kahan Commission, which in-
timated the massacre, held
Sharon directly responsible
The Kahan Commission, in it*
published report, held Sharon to
have been indirectly responsihk
and urged then-Premier
Menachem Begin to dismiss him.
Sharon subsequently resigned as
Defense Minister
HE FILED a $50 million libel
suit against Time in the I'.S.A
Federal Court jury in New V tk
decided that the Time article had
been defamatory and untruthful.
But the judge dismissal Shar
charges of libel, and he did not col-
lect damages from Time. Under
American law. libel can h*
re ispr
ce on the part ( : iia.
ita art
A -the


I
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jei Bane!. agr>
findings of the New V .-.
could be admitted a.- in
the case
This obviated the need to repeal
the enure case from scratch
There is no malice clause in Israeli
libel law.
Soldiers shou i'hufofGeneral Staff Rat-AI uf
Uotkt Levy one of the Katyusha rocktts 'hat
[and* Mi ''ill" <" the Galilee. The rock*
failed to txp nn damaijt
Gush Thrilled As Apt's. Open for Jews of Hebron
By DAVID LAND A l"
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Gush Emunim chalked
up a victory with serious
tical implications when
18 apartments, rvr
wish occupancy, were
rat
cen
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riegin imi | in a Deal
Ftyard. The Housing Mir..
in\. jt $1 million this ;.
for construction of Jewish Hat
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DEFENSE MINISTER Yit-
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Knes.-^-t Foreign Affa r-
irity Comni I
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Temple Mount
Stirs New Tensions Over Prayer
Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 7-A
Labor Minister Satisfied
With Talks With U.S. Officials
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
I Tension between Jews and
[Arabs stemming from re-
Icent confrontations on the
[Temple Mount continue to
I escalate over the issue of
Jewish prayer at the site of
two of the holiest shrines of
I the Islamic faith.
The matter was discussed
kefbra the Knesset's Interior
[Committee last week where there
Istf med to be some uncertainty as
[to what the law permits. Arabs
|w-re further angered when
Bephardic Chief Rabbi Mordechai
Eliahu proposed that a synagogue
be erected on the Temple Mount.
[The Mufti. Sheikh Sa'ad A Din Al-
JAIami. chief of the Moslem Coun-
Icil. responded in effect that it
[would be over his dead body.
MEANWHILE, a delegation of
[six Israeli Arab mayors visited the
Mufti on the Temple Mount to ex-
press solidarity with the Moslem
[rfiigious authorities' refusal to
[allow Jews to worship there. It
I u U the first visit to the site by
j Israeli Arabs in any official
| capacity. Mayor Tarek Abdul Hai
[of Tira states that Jewish
[demands to worship in the Temple
[Mount were motivated by political
pot religious reasons.
Sheikh Al-Alami, who is the top
loslem religious functionary in
Dsrael. declared. "Just as I will not
jray in your synagogues. I don't
want Jews to come and pray
Here."
The latest religious strife was
precipitated when several
members of the Interior Commit-
tee, headed by its chairman, Dov
Shilansky (Likud-Herut), visited
the Temple Mount two weeks ago
to investigate allegations of illegal
construction there. They were
confronted by angry crowds and
had to be extricated by the police.
THE COMMITTEE members
repeated their visit a week later,
and while it passed without inci-
dent. Arab youths stoned police
just outside the Temple Mount
area, and 17 were arrested. On
both visits, the Knesseters were
accompanied by ultra-nationalist
Jewish activists who are not
members of the Interior
Committee.
Their presence, and the fact
that on the first visit the news
media was invited with cameras,
constituted what the Moslem
authorities contended was
deliberate provocation. Police
have maintained tight
surveillance over the area since
then. Last Sunday, they
prevented several Jews from
entering the western gate of the
Temple Mount when it appeared
they intended to stage a
demonstration. Two members of
Rabbi Meir Kahane's extremist
Kach Party were detained.
The Temple Mount is open to all
visitors and is, in fact, a tourist at-
traction. But Israeli law forbids
Jewish prayers at the site of the
Al Aksa Mosque and the Dome of
the Rock (Mosque of Omar) which,
after Mecca and Medina (in Saudi
Arabia) are the holiest Moslem
Dole Seeks To Head Off
Defeat of Arms Sale to Jordan
By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
i(JTA) Senate Majority
leader Robert Dole (R.,
Kan.) is seeking to head off
defeat of a proposed arms
sale to Jordan by exten-
ding the deadline that Con-
gress gave itself last fall
for rejecting the Jordan
package, according to a
staff member at Dole's
i office.
The extension would be the se-
cond attempt since October to
avert what is expected to be a
humiliating defeat for the Presi-
dent, should a bill disapproving
the proposed $1.9 billion arms
package go to the floor of the
House and Senate next month.
IN THE FACE of overwhelm-
I inn opposition to the sale of U>th
I Houses of Congress, senior
[Republican leaders worked out a
| rt-solution during the last session
|of Congress barring the Presi-
dent from selling Jordan the
Janus hefore Mar. 1. unless
V'direct and meaningful peace
negotiations between Israel and
[Jordan are underway'' If no
resolution opposing the sale is
[passed by that time, the Ad-
ministration can grant Jordan
| the requested arms.
I.ast month, while Congress
was still on winter recess. Sen.
Richard Lugar (R.. Ind.). chair-
man of the Foreign Relations
Committee, warned that the
"faltering" Middle East peace
j process would probably lead to
[the introduction of a disapproval
-esolution early on in the new
i-ssiiui of Congress that began
ist week.
A staff member at Lugar's of-
fice told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency earlier that he expected
he arms sale to be rejected
lometime next month and
speculated that a Presidential
veto would be easily overridden.
THE STAFF member said
that Lugar and Dole were
"scouting around to see if there
is any mood at all" to extend the
deadline. The two Senators have
been exploring the possibility of
an extension since early this
month, according to Dole's aide.
It was still unclear today
whether Dole and Lugar could
win sufficient support for a se-
cond extension, but it appears
unlikely to go through unless
some evidence of movement
toward peace talks can be
demonstrated.
Assistant Secretary of State
Richard Murphy was sent to
Europe last week for separate
meetings with King Hussein of
Jordan and Israeli Premier
Shimon Peres in an effort to win
agreement on conditions for
some kind of international con-
ference that would serve as a
backdrop for direct negotiations
between Israel and Jordan.
Peres is conducting a Euro-
pean tour in which he is seeking
support for his efforts to boost
the peace process.
THE MURPHY visit has been
interpreted in large part as a
last-ditch effort to avert rejec-
tion by Congress of the Jordan
arms package, which includes
F-16 or F-20 jet fighters and
surface-to-air missiles.
But an aide at the office of
Sen. Rudy Boschwitz (R..
Minn), a meml>er of the Foreign
Relations Committee, said he
doubted that sufficient support
could be rallied for an extension
of the Mar. 1 deadline The aide
said he is aware that Dole was
seeking the extension, but that
his proposal was not a "live op-
tion at this point."
"I also understand that there
is not an awful lot of appetite on
anybody's part to just have
another delay." the aide said.
shrines. Deputy Attorney General
Yoram Bar-Sella told the Interior
Committee, however, that Jewish
prayer on the Temple Mount was
not a criminal offense.
DAVID KRAUS. Inspector
General of Police, explained to the
committee that organized Jewish
prayer was banned by a ruling of
the Supreme Court but an in-
dividual was entitled to pray there
as long as he did not do so
demonstratively.
Aharon Sarig, director general
of the Jerusalem Municipality, in-
formed the committee that con-
trary to allegations, no illegal con-
struction was taking place on the
Temple Mount. He said there was
some reconstruction work which
did not require licenses, but he
knew of no prayer platforms being
erected.
In other developments, there
was religious strife in Hebron,
where Jews and Arabs scuffled at
the Patriarchs' Tomb. An elderly
Arab reportedly attempted to stab
a Jewish worshipper.
MAYOR TEDDY Kollek of
Jerusalem, who has long taken
pride in his ability to maintain
peace between Jews and Arabs in
the city, reacted angrily over the
weekend to a demand by one of his
deputy mayors, Rabbi Nissim
Zeev that Israeli Arabs be banned
from living in the Neve Yaacov
neighborhood. He said unless
Zeev retracted his statements he
would be dismissed from office.
An Arab family of 12 children
barely escaped injury when their
flat in Neve Yaacov was set on
fire last week. Other Arab
residents have complained of
threats and harassment by Kach
Party activists.
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Israeli Minister for Labor
and Social Affairs, Moshe
Katzav, has expressed
satisfaction with his just-
concluded discussions with
top Administration officials
in Washington regarding
the extension of cooperation
in the fields of labor and
social welfare between
Israel and the United
States.
Katzav, addressing a press con-
ference at the Israeli Consulate
here, said that he met in
Washington with Labor Secretary
William Brock and that the two of
them agreed to sign shortly a
Memorandum of Understanding
on future cooperation between the
two countries in areas of labor and
social affairs.
"We decided to continue the
ongoing joint programs and to
identify and define mutually
beneficial areas for exchanges of
information and experiences,"
Katzav said. He said that Brock
agreed to visit Jerusalem next
June and that the Memorandum
of Understanding between the
two Ministers will probably be
signed then.
KATZAV SAID that the major
topic of discussion with his
American counterpart were
women's affairs, unemployment,
vocational training and problems
of the handicapped, and employ-
ment. He said that they also
discussed a joint seminar on
women's affairs which is schedul-
ed to be held in Israel this spring,
and a joint project between Tem-
ple University in Philadelphia and
Haifa University on the vocational
evaluation of the handicapped.
Katzav also met with Secretary
of Health and Human Services
Otis Bowen and discussed with
him forms of mutual cooperation
in the area of human development
and mutual services.
Noting that two years ago the
two Ministers signed a Memoran-
dum of Understanding, Katzav
said that he and Bowen expressed
mutual satisfaction with the pro-
gress mutual satisfaction with the
progress of a Binational Children
at Risk Task Force, the coordina-
tion of programs for special
visitors to Israel and the U.S., in-
volvement of non-governmental
organizations such as the Council
of Jewish Federations in the
facilitation of activities, and the
progress to date in many other
cooperative areas.
IN ANOTHER meeting, with
Assistant Secretary of Health and
Human Services Dorcas Hardy,
Katzav said he discussed the
possible creation of a Joint Task
Force on Aging and the explora-
tion in activities conducted under
the Memorandum of
Understanding.
Turning to another issue, Kat-
zav said that earlier in the week
he met in New York with a group
of yordim Israeli who
emigrated to the U.S. "I came out
of the meeting convinced that
many of the yordim are not happy
in America and that they feel
estranged and alien. Israel must
increase its effort to prevent fur-
ther yerida. At the same time we
must stop treating the yordim
with understanding and
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His Excellency Dr. Eliahu Ben Elissai
The Jewish National Fund-Keren
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Director. Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Latin Dimmem, Miriam Davit, and H"" Ytkoakua Trigor, Commi S idu Reiffen. Secretary JS'F. Gr. Miami. Edith H'rhhauser. Abraham Bndou Mr
Howard Greanmm, JXF Xew York. Mr. and Mrs. Pimemu Aram ofNetanmx, Israel, and Mrs
The Jewish National Fund Annual Tribute Banquet held recently in the Konover Hotel was
dedicated to double projects. His Excellency. Dr. Eliahu Ben Elissar. the first Ambassador of Israel to
Egypt, and presently Member of the Knesset, a very close friend of former Prime Minister Menachem
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Dr. Joseph SU rnst* in
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[Jewish National Fund plays in Israel in present day situations.
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Peres Vows
'We Can't Forget' the Holocaust
Continued from Page 1-A
. lsitor to Bergen-Belsen. Presi-
dent Reagan, though in a dif-
ferent context. Reagan, who
visited West Germany last May.
went to the death camp site in a
ast-minute change of itinerary in
order to deflect criticism and
utrage over his plans to place a
wreath at the German military
emetery at Bitburg. where about
SO members of the notorious Waf-
en SS are buried among other
1 iermans and war dead.
Reagan s visit to Bergen-Belsen
was boycotted by Jews, as was his
appearance a few hours later at
rlitburg
Peres arrived in Bonn early
Sunday evening and met with
Germany*! Foreign Minister
^ans-Dietrich Genscher. He
postponed his other official
leetings until after the visit to
Bergen Belsen. But he hosted a
: ewish leaders Tuesday morning
at the Schloss Giemnich near
Bonn, the official residence for
quests of the government.
Monday afternoon. Peres was
greeted by Chancellor Helmut
Kohl, and the two reviewed a
military guard of honor outside
the Chancellors office. A military
band played the German and
Israeli national anthems, and the
two leaders met privately for half
an hour.
They met again for three hours
Tuesday afternoon.
Histadrut
Sends Delegation
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Histadrut. Israel's trade union
federation, has sent a two-man
delegation to South Africa to
establish permanent links with
black trade unionists there. Ac-
cording to the Jerusalem Post, the
mission has the behind-the-scenes
blessings of the Israel govern-
ment, despite ties with the apar-
theid regime in Pretoria.
The Foreign Ministry has pro-
vided part of the delegate's ex-
penses, the Post said. The
Histadrut men are to meet leaders
of the new Black Trades Union
Federation and the Congress of
South Africa Trades Unions, in-
cluding Cyril Ramaphosa,
secretary of the powerful National
Miners Union.
The objective of the Israelis is
reported to be to enlist a group of
olack trade unionists to attend a
abor studies course at Histadrut's
Afro-Asian Institute here. That
project will be financed by
Histadrut and the California-
based Center for Foreign Policy
Options, headed by State Senator
Tom Hay den. The Center is spon-
soring the delegation's trip to
South Africa.
Technicians Show
Drone Action
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
technicians spent two weeks in an
isolated desert area
demonstrating to American ex-
perts the capabilities of the Israel-
made drone pilotless light air-
craft used for reconnaissance pur-
poses. Those demonstrations
resulted in a major contract from
the US. Navy, according to an ar-
ticle in Bamahane. the Israel
Defense Force monthly magazine.
The Israel-made drone fulfilled
the American requirements with
respect to maximum cruising
range and altitude, ability to spot
hidden targets, take-off and lan-
ding on short (70-meter) runways,
and maintenance needs.
In his visit, part of a west Euro-
pean tour taking in The
Netherlands and West Germany.
Peres attempted to seize the
diplomatic initiative after several
years in which Israel appeared tc
be on the defensive in the interna
tional arena.
HIS WARNING that "time is
running out" to avoid renewed
conflict in the Middle East is a
theme heard far more often over
the years from King Hussein than
from Israeli leaders.
Some British diplomats inter-
pret it as a partial reference to
Israel's domestic political setup.
They say Peres might be hinting
that the peace process could
become more difficult when he
hands over leadership of the unity
coalition Cabinet next October to
Yitzhak Shamir, leader of the
rightwing Likud.
Dulzin Breaks Up Plan
To Rent Hall to Kach Party
JERUSALEM (JTA) Leon Dulzin acted personal-
ly over the weekend to cancel a decision by the Jewish
Agency to rent the Binyanei Ha'ooma convention hall here
to Rabbi Meir Kahane's extremist Kach Party for its con
vention next month.
DULZIN, chairman of the Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives, was alerted to the deal by
MK Yair Tzaban of Mapam.
He expressed shock, declaring it was unthinkable to
rent the Jewish Agency-owned hall to a "racist, un-Zionist
movement" that was contrary to the essence of Zionism
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Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-A
1
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Richard Murphy, Assis-
it Secretary of State for
tar Eastern and South
gian Affairs, was in
jrope last weekend in
other attempt to advance
I, Middle East peace
ocess.
Murphy met with King Hussein
of Jordan in London and the next
day conferred with Israeli
Premier Shimon Peres at The
Hague. There was no indication
that any process had been made
although Peres reportedly com-
mented after his talks that no
breakthrough should be expected.
The State Department's point
man on the Mideast, Murphy
made six trips to the Middle East
last year but apparently was not
planning to go to the region this
time. In announcing the trip,
State Department spokesman
Bernard Kalb stressed again the
United States' "objective" which
is to bring about direct negotia-
tions between Israel and a
Jordanian-Palestinian delegation.
"WE WILL be working with
the parties to achieve an interna-
tional context that meets the
political needs of those involved
and leads to direct negotiations."
Kalb said.
Last month, a senior Ad-
ministration official, summing up
the Reagan Administration's
Mideast efforts in 1985, said that
the U.S. would be concentrating
on getting Israel and Jordan to
agree on conditions for an interna-
tional conference that would lead
to direct negotiations. The official
said that a large measure of
agreement already exists and that
the U.S. would try to help the par-
ties "fill in the gaps."
Kalb also indicated that the U.S.
still sees no role for the Soviet
Union in the Mideast peace pro-
cess. He said if the USSR "wishes
to play a larger role" then it must
demonstrate by being
"constructive."
PERHAPS ONE reason for
Murphy's hurried trip to Europe
is the Administration's concern
over its proposed $1.9 billion arms
sale to Jordan. With Congress
returning, there is a strong
likelihood that new resolutions
will be introduced in both the
Senate and the House to reject the
sale. Last October, Congress pass-
ed a resolution delaying the sale
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Sophisticated Machine
Makes Molecule Matches
FEDERAL DISCOUNT PHARMACY
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Continued from Pajre '-1
the Wei n ""'
Yehk Shi dpinj levelop
the machine, which also doMly
monitor- |TI M of COD-
flguratkM intainint
COtniBDI and their reactions.
Abraham Patchornik was born
in Ness Ziona in 1926. He was
educated at the Hebrew Universi-
ty of Jerusalem, where he earned
MSc and PhD decrees. From
1952. he was research assistant
at the Weizmann Institute and in
1968 was appointed a full pro-
fessor in the Biophysics Depart-
ment and in 1972 was named head
of the Organic I Apartment.
IN 1970 Prof Patchornik sen.
ed as chief scientist of Israel's
Ministry of Development, respon-
sible for research and develop-
ment of the country's natural
resources. He is the incumbent of
the Lester H Pearson ('hair of
Protein Research, named in honor
of Canada's former Prime
Minister.
Patchornik'- great grandfather.
Ruven Patchornik later using the
surname I.enrer. was a wealthy
farmer .r irner who was

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PATCHORNIK-LEHRBI
to come
ind live in the -mall village, thus
tssnring n i j iquorumi
prayers in the budding communi-
ty. Today, the street where the
elders originally gathered for
religious services is called the
First Minyon.
TV Blackout Ends
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
four-day television blackout last
week ended after a labor court
ordered striking employees to
return to work and instructed the
Broadcast Authority to re-instate
union leader Hezi Koka, whose
dismissal triggered the walkout.
Vnother I I
chon
iry when drought and and
famine .-truck the Palestine land
and the family often went to bed
hungr\
A sharp knock on the door in the
middle of the night awakened the
family who instinctively reached
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weapons to defend themselves. In
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shrouded ketjfijieh.
The Arab explained that he was
a merchant on his way to
Jerusalem, and his camel was
heavily weighted down with sup-
plies. Could he leave a bushel of
wheat for safekeeping with the
family until his return", the Arab
inquired.
EACH DAY the family would
take from the bushel the precious
grains of wheat to make bread
eat. The Arab, who apparently
knew of the family's plight and of
their [Tide and reluctance to ail
for help, never returned
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refreshing change.
"Ahh, the rain." Patchornik
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raindrops on his face.
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Three Volumes of Major Interest
Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-A
Peres Proposes 'Marshall Plan'
For Mideast Peace Process
By MORTON I. TEICHER
Labbat: A Rite of Passage in
Jerusalem. By Peter Stephan
I .lungk. New York: Times
frtoks. 1985. 151 pp. $12.95.
.The author of this little book is a
lung American Jew who lives in
Luna where he is writing a
pgraphy of Franz Werfel. In the
tirse Of seeking his identity, he
en( year in Jerusalem, study-
in a yeshiva. The experience of
raw is recorded in this
aunt.
Titly. Jungk learned a
leal alxiut the Jewish
({ion. making up for the defi
n ins early education at
i--imilated home in California
er, he ended the year with
ber of quevtiona still
...i H>- mi to be
person for Ida year m
i m and he certainl)
rates his love (> |gc about that beautiful
. who share his love and
dgc w ill have fond
mories evoked of familiar
ind HtM which mean so
.lews who have lieen for-
i nough to spend some time
Jerusalem.
unit With Koestler. Edited by
Goodman New York: St
' i> Press, 1985 204 pp.
|$12 95
after living with him
.. yean Mamjane Pagel
i in i Arthur Koestler's lecond
Thej leparated after only
of marriage, and three
iter, in 1954, Mamainedied
i ige "|" :{7 During her six
rs with Koestler, she wrote
buenl letter! to her twin sister.
1 it is these letters which
been hrought u>gether to
\ booKi
ntei parsed among dktEUHiona
I vi at her. bird watching and
I there are vignettes of con-
- with ,-uch luminaries as Bar-
. llalraux, Simons de
Simons Weil. James T.
Tedd) Kollek. Cyrus
r^iT and Bertrand Russell.
then Oocaaiosally, these
V I episode! tell us a bit a)x>ut
on being mentioned.
hwrUj after l>rael declared it-s
denes in May. 1948.
i secured assignments as a
Tier for several newspapers
went to Israel along with Ma
tie The) remained there for
p"t 'our months, and her letters
this period have special in-
st, but they do not add very
h to our understanding of the
ll anil tribulations of Israel
ing the first few months after
s/ai reborn,
'" aine. who was not Jewish,
tea a few references to
-tier leing a Jew. but her let-
suggest that his Jewishness
not an important factor in his
I nor to their lives together. In
not much light is thrown on
' aspects of Koestler in this
(rear period beyond the sug
"tis that he was a mixed-up
ti who strtgfied with, btnng
ex-communist KneRtlr>r*e
mate suicide pact with his
|d wife is presaged to Some ex-
iii these letters which picture
as an extreme neurotic who
subject to fits of depression
who l>eat his wife on several
sums
[oestler's writing brought him
ne fame and money. His story.
Irkness at Noon." was adapted
> a play by Sidney Kingsley and
successfully on Broadway for
Jteen months. His book on
el. "Promise and Fulfill
>t," was not well received, nor
I one of his last books in which
incocted a bitarre theory of
"igin of the Jews.
Had Herri
known of Hess'
work, he said his
own "The Jewish
Slate would not
be neceaaar)
In some ways. Koestler was a
tragic figure Ha was certainly
one of the leading intellectuals of
his time, ami he hobnobbed with
many interesting personalities.
However, these letters make him
OUl to Im- somewhat of an un-
tavorj character. The editor pro-
vides a brief biographical in-
troduction which, when combined
with what we can glean alx>ut him
from the letters, suggests that a
full biography might be worth
reading
Moses Hess: Prophet of Com-
munism and Zionism. By
Shlomo Avineri. New York:
New York University Press.
1966. 266 pp. $22.50.
The author of this book is a
distinguished professor of political
at icnce at Hebrew University and
a leading memlier of Israeli's
Labor I'arty He has written a
number of books, including works
on Marx and Hegel. In 1981, he
published "The Making of M Zionism' The Intellectual Origins
of the Jewish State" which la I
fascinating history of the Zionist
idea traced through intellectual
profiles of Zionism's major
thinkers. That book contained an
excellent chapter Ofl Moses He-
which has now l>een aipandod Into
the full length book under review
here.
Hess was a Rhenish Jew who
was born in 1812 and who died in
1875. He was a revolutionary ac-
tivist, a philosopher, a journalist
and a writer. As a socialist, he was
associated with Karl Marx and
had an impact on Marx's intellec-
tual development. As a Zionist.
Hess wrote "Rome and
Jerusalem" which was inspired by
the Italian wars of liberation
which eventually led to the
reunification of Italy. Herzl later
said of this book that had he
known about it when he wrote
"The Jewish State." his hook
would not have been necessary,
since many of his ideas were put
forward by Hess in "Rome and
Jerusalem."
Avineri carefully analyzes each
of Hess' books and many of his ar-
ticles This is a difficult task
because Hess wrote poorly. Htf
books were obscure, unfocused,
peculiarly organized and difficult
to follow But Avineri successfully
takes us through them and per-
suasively argues that Hess was a
pioneer thinker who paved the
way for both Zionist and socialist
thought.
Peres, Thatcher in London Talks
Focus on Mideast Peace Stalemate
Continued from Page 1-A
State Richard Murphy, who met
Peres for the second time in four
days. Previously, he met with
Perea in Holland following a
meeting with Hussein in London.
Thatcher, a member of the Con
servative Friends of Israel and a
personal friend of King Hussein,
i> also in a position to play a
mediating role, having met the
Jordanian King during his latest
visit .
SOME OF the new ideas
discussed at her meeting with
Peres were expected to !* spelled
out publicly later when the Israeli
Prune Minister delivered a key
political lecture at the Royal In-
stitution of International Affairs.
It was expected to be along the
lines of an article Peres wrote in
The Times of London suggesting
wavs to exploit "the signs of a
promising opening in Jordan."
Step one. Peres wrote, would be
for all sides to renounce the use of
violence.
"All states concerned could
then convene around a
negotiating table in any location
In this
mutually agmjd^uyuu-
spirit. I reaffirm my willingness to
go to Amman for the first round
of talks," Peres said. The nwgotia
tiotis should be direct and free of
external pressures and precondi-
tions, he stressed.
ON THE thorny issue of
Palestinian representation. Peres
did not explicitly veto official
representatives of the Palestine
Liberation Organization Instead,
he said: "We have recognized the
right of non-PLO Palestinians to
participate in the negotiations.
These mutually agreed represen-
tatives would he an integral part
of the Jordanian Palestinian
delegation."
He also sounded somewhat flex
ible on the framework of the
negotiatioins, saying Israel
welcomed the support of all states
in efforts to reach a peace treaty.
He called on all permanent
members of the UN Security
Council to help promote direct
negotiations even through an in-
ternational forum if need be. But
he made clear that this depended
on the Soviet Union's agreement
to restore diplomatic ties with
Jtiru*alem.
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Premier Shimon Peres of
Israel proposed last week
that the economically ad-
vanced and industrial na-
tions of the world give im-
petus to the Middle East
peace process by backing a
new "Marshall Plan."
Addressing the Royal Institute
of International Affairs at
Chatham House, the Israeli leader
urged the I'.S.. Europe and some
nations of the Middle East to
enlist in such a veture. If the cause
of peace is to be furthered, then
the infrastructure and industrial
base of the countries involved
must be broadened, he said, ad-
ding that the project should be
launched even before the region's
political problems are solved.
THE MASHALL Plan, initiated
by Secretary of State (ieorge Mar
shall in the immediate aftermath
of World War II. saw the U.S.
contribute some $13 billion
toward the physical and economic
reconstruction of a Europe
devastated by six years of war. It
is largely credited with the
economic revival of the West
European nations and stemming
the advance of Communism. The
I'.S. currently provides about $5
billion a year in economic and
military assistance to Egypt and
Israel.
I'eres. in his address, warned
the Palestinian people that they
have to choose between violence
and a commitment to peaceful
dialogue.
He vowed that Israel will never
negotiate with the Palestine
Liberation Organization but noted
that there are many responsible
Palestinian leaders in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip who could
join King Hussein of Jordan "on
the journey to peace and the
negotiating table."
INTERVIEWED in London by
the NBC-TV "Today" program.
Peres said he thought he and Hus-
sein have made "a little bit" of
progress toward direct negotia-
tions through the mediation of a
I'.S. official. He was referring to
Richard Murphy. Assistant
Secretary of State for Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs,
with whom Peres conferred in
Holland Sunday and again in Lon-
don Tuesday night Murphy had
met with Hussein in London
Saturday.
The Jordanian ruler left Britain
several hours before Peres arriv-
ed. Peres told NBC he believed
Hussein would seek alternatives
to PLO participation in the peace
process if he fails in one last try to
persuade PLO chief Yasir Arafat
to accept the conditions necessary
for a PLO role in peace talks. He
said the conditions were renuncia-
tion of terrorism, recognition of
Israel's right to exist and direct
negotiations with Israel. "Until
now Arafat is escaping a decision,
he is very evasive." Peres said.
Ministerial Committee To Study
Mormon Center on Mt. Scopus
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
special ministerial committee
established to study the Mormon
Center presently under construc-
tion on Mt. Scopus is not likely to
halt the controversial project,
sources close to the committee
aid this week.
But the panel, headed by
Religious Affairs Minister Yosef
Burg, is expected to propose
measures that it hopes will end
the fierce protests and demonstra-
tions by Orthodox Jews here and
abroad who claim the Mormon in-
stitution will become a center for
missionary activity in Israel.
The project is sponsored by
Brigham Young University of
Provo, I'tah, the educational
branch of the Mormon Church,
headquartered in Salt Lake City.
Mormon leaders have pledged
there will he no proselytizing in
Israel and agreed to accept an
Israeli advisory hoard of secular
and lay religious leaders to
monitor the Center's activities.

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The Burg committee was set up
by the Cabinet two weeks ago
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parties in the coalition to kill the
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Its supporters argue that the
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r"age 14-A The Jewish hlondianVFriday, January 31, 1986
Quite A Team
Behind Steins, Many Accomplishments
Continued from Page 5-A
patience and spends much more
time with it than I do. I was busy
trying to make the money to pay
for it."
SAM FRIEDLAND. the late
supermarket pioneer and founder
of the Food Fair chain, later to
become Pantry Pride, had an
enormous influence in the Steins'
lives. It all started at a wedding 50
years ago.
"My mother passed away, and
my father married Sam's sister.
That's how I met him," said Mr.
Stein. He became Friedland's
legal counsel soon after. "He
needed my service. There was no
question."
What impressed Mr. Stein
about Friedland?
"Sam was a person who didn't
waste time on people whose ser-
vices he didn't need. We became
very close. We appreciated each
other." Mr. Stein had no formal
business education, yet had
aquired a tremendous store of
practical knowledge that
Friedland put to work.
FRIEDLAND appointed Stein
vice president for legal and finan-
cial affairs, a post he held as a
part-timer until 1953. The.
Friedland named him president.
The Steins moved to Philadelphia
from New Jersey, and Mr. Stein
closed his law office to become a
full time employee.
America was moving to the
suburbs, and Mr. Stein guided
Food Fair through a period of
rapid growth. The Food Fair was
the first to offer merchandise
other than food and expanded
operations in areas where
demographic data indicated peo-
ple were moving, such as the Sun
Belt. Stein was elected chairman
of the board in 1963. a post he
held until his retirement in 1971.
Mrs. Stein wasn't overjoyed
about leaving New Jersey. "It
meant leaving my lovely home and
all the people we were friendly
with in the community. I decided
the best discretion was to do it,"
she said laughing.
*IT WAS a tough decision to
move." Mr. Stein said. "I had a
very successful law practice with
a very large retainer clientele. I
knew my future was secure within
the legal profession economically,
and I was stepping into a new-
world."
"What did we call it?" inter-
rupted Mrs. Stein. "We called it a
challenge."
"I thought it was a challenge."
agreed Mr. Stein, "and it gave me
a chance to broaden my horizon in
both the business world, and the
community."
From her perspective. Mrs.
Stein felt "very close" to Sam
Friedland. "We had known him
for so many years, we were most
Super Sunday Volunteers Set
To Ring Phones on Sunday
Continued from Page 1-A
really getting caught up in the
Super Sunday spirit." Podhurst
said.
Super Sunday is the day on
which almost 2.000 volunteers
gather throughout the day at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami to
place telephone calls to more than
30.000 people in the Jewish com-
munity on behalf of the Federa-
tion's campaign. In addition, dur
ing Super Week. Feb. 3-6. another
30.000 phones calls will be placed
to area businesses and families.
According to Super Sunday co-
chairmen Saby Behar. Judi'Bill-
ing, Judge Robert H. Newman.
Ellen Rose and William F.
Saulson, every effort has been
made to ensure that volunteers
have a good time while they do
their part for the Federation
campaign.
Super Sunday will begin with a
special breakfast at 8 a.m. for
those who will staff the telephones
beginning at 9 a.m. Throughout
the day. volunteers will work in
shifts, making phone calls and do-
ing a variety of tasks which are
crucial to the day's success. Prizes
will be awarded to lucky
volunteers.
SUPER SUNDAY is primarily
a fund-raising effort and a state-
ment of our community's solidari-
ty." explained Podhurst. "But it is
also intended to be enjoyable for
Air Bus
Intercepted
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
Kuwaiti Airbus 310 passenger air-
craft carrying about 110
passengers and crew was in-
tercepted and escorted out of
Israeli airspace by military jets
after it strayed nearly two miles
into Israeli airspace over the
Golan Heights, a military official
reported here.
The Kuwaiti aircraft was on a
flight from Damascus to Kuwait.
the volunteers. If all ot these peo-
ple are willing to give up their
Sunday for a good cause, they are
entitled to be rewarded for their
efforts."
Also adding to the excitement of
Super Sunday will be an Expo,
which will showcase the services
offered by Jewish community
agencies and organizations. Meals
will be supplied by the Jewish
Vocational Service for volunteers,
and participants are invited to en-
joy an "Israeli street party" and
barbeque. sponsored by th-
Federation's Young leadership
Council, at 9 p.m.
An added feature to this year's
event will be a telethon produced
by Jewish Federation Cable
Television station JFTV and co-
hosted by local television per-
sonality Mark Wolin and JFTV's
Suzanne Lasky. The telethon will
air on JFTV from 6 U> 8 p.m.
THE TELETHON will feature
spontaneous interviews with l<-;il
celebrities, and dignitaries and
Federation volunteers, in addition
to pre-recorded vignettes which
portray how the Federation cam-
paign benefits Dade County's
community and Jewish com-
munities in Israel and throughout
the world.
During Super Week, volunteers
will gather at the Temple to place
phone calls to businesses and
families not reached on Super
Sunday. Several Jewish organiza
tions have agreed to hold their
regular meetings at the Temple so
that, following the meetings, their
members may make calls. Phones
will be staffed during Super Week
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2-8 p.m.
"With all of the excitement
which has been generated in the
community over Super Sunday
and Super Week." said Podhurst.
"I feel certain that we will be able
to raise more money than ever
before. Last year we raised close
to $2 million, and this year we'll
raise even more and we're sun-
to have a great time while we're
doing it "
friendly with each other. We liked
each other very much."
'WE WERE very close."
echoed Mr. Stein. "As close as
two brothers could be. Sam
trusted me implicitly, and I did
him. He would let me manage his
personal affair as if they were my
own until his children grew old
enough to take care of them."
In Philadelphia, the Steins
became involved with Temple
Beth Zion. Mrs. Stein became ac-
tive in allied Jewish Appeal, an
organization she had formed and
chaired in New Jersey, and the
Albert Einstein Medical School.
Not immediately, however "In
fact. I tried to take a sabbatical
after we left New Jersey." she
confessed. "I had had enough for
a time. I wanted an indefinite sab-
batical but it didn't work. Duty
called."
With all their accomplishments
and the goodwill they've created,
was there ever a time they were
forced to confront tragedy0
"I'M AN optimist by nature."
Mr. Stein said, "so nothing is
tragic. Maybe disappointing. I on-
ly want to remember the rewards
and not the disappointments."
Their greatest pleasure? Going
to the Miami Jewish Home for the
Aged at Douglas Gardens and see
ing the results of their philan-
thropy "There's a warmth and
camaraderie there." Mrs Stein
said. "I get this feeling in that
place more than any other. I love
them, and they love me. and its
just a feeling of great joy."
As a couple, the Steins have
found joy not only in their giving,
but in each other.
Dolores W11 kenfeld of Houston, neu-ly-elected president \
tional Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, has jointd u
Reform Jewish leaders in supporting Prime Minister /',,-.
far a tOjft&T moratorium on any Knesset hill to amend >
Return. Photo shows the S'FTS president with Mr /. ,-,.
Jerusalem.
State Dep 't.
Says It Has Issued No Report
Not To Travel to Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department said
that it is not warning Americans not to travel !< Israel
"No travel advisory for Israel has been issued as a result of
the recent incidents and no such travel advisor, is being
contemplated,** Department spokesman Bernard Kalb said
FBI director William Webster recently urged
Americans to be careful about travelling in the Middle East
because of a recent rash of terrorist incidents. Kalb said
that Webster was probably urging that Cray body keep
mind the possibilities of danger in the area.
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Page 16-A The Jewish Floridian/Fnday, January 31.1986
Ten minutes out of Athens
TWA Flight 847. Hijacked
Soon we heard the nev^
of the terrorists" demand "Give
us the passports of those with,
Jewish-sounding names."
Fear spread of another
selection Jews bans, separatej
Killed?
Inside the plane. Ricfuni
and Sue Ellen Herzbery vi
struggling with her weddinv
band. On it was a Biblical ver
from the "Song of Songs'"
engraved in Hebrew "I am
my beloved's and my bcK
is mine "
To the terrorists, it
stamped them as Jews. Reason
enough to fall.
Fortunately, they sum.ed
Millions of Jews ova
centuncs have not
In today's world, the:
no safe havens.
Leon Khnghoffer vacant
ing on the Achille Lauro.
Syrian missiles aimed at
Tel Avrv and Jerusalem
Current reports from
Interpol of plans to attack van
ous Jewish targets in Northern
Europe.
And we must all ta*.
reality that at any time the dai igo
exists even on our own doorstep
We remain a vulnerah
people. Our survival in the be I
of hatred depends on standing
together, staying strong.
Rerying on one anoth*a
taking care of each other, is tin-
essence of the Federation
movement in America
It is based on the realir.
that we are one people, shaniii:
one destiny. A destiny you can
preserve by supporting The
Federation's Combined Jewish
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Give to the Greater Miami
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dfewislhi Floridia
Miami, Florida Friday, January 31,1986 Section B
'Terrible Calamity Ahead'
'Who Is A Jew?' Worries Rabbi
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein
B'nai B'rith Names N. Miami Beach
Woman 'Outstanding' Service Volunteer
By ERIC MOSS
Jrttith Floruiian Staff WrUrr
America's Jewish com-
munity is facing a "terrible
calamity down the line" con-
cerning the issue of
patrilineal descent, accor-
ding to Rabbi Haskel Looks-
tein, president of the New
York Board of Rabbis, post
to which he was just recent-
ly elected.
Rabbi Lookstein, spiritual
leader of Congregation Kehilath
Jeshurun in Manhattan's Upper
East Side, discussed this and
other topics in an interview with
The Jewish Floridian while he was
in Miami for a speaking engage-
ment at Beth Israel Synagogue.
"I think we're facing a schism."
said the Rabbi. "20 or 30 years
down the road liecause there are a
lot of Jews today whom Conser-
vative and Orthodox Jews will not
recognize as Jews."
DURING HIS acceptance
speech to the New York Board.
Lookstein urged Reform leaders
to back down from their decision
to accept children of intermarried
.It-wish men as Jews, a decision
made three years ago that Lookl
tein believes has "driven a
wedge" between liberal and tradi-
tional practitioners of the faith.
Although he maintains that his
controversial speech to the board
was not specifically about
patrilineal descent, his concern is
with getting Jewish factions
together to solve this thorny
problem.
"I gave a speech that said that
Orthodox. Conservative and
A Florida woman who grew up
iii New York where she observed
her parent-s trying to assist needy
"r handicapped relatives and
; nghbOfl has nevn named the
B'nai B'nth family's outstanding
community service vohmtoen of
She is Hannione H Spahn of
North Miami Beach and will be
: resented B'nai B'nth lnterna-
al's 23rd Col. Elliot A. Niles
Award. Named in honor of one of
the pioneers of the Jewish
rganization's community service
igaDCy, the award is presented
annually to the man and woman
judged to have "performed the
most outstanding personal
volunteer service" on behalf of
B'nai B'nth
The president of the South
Florida Blood Service agency. Dr.
Peter A. Tomasulo. calls Her-
mione Spahn "the outstanding
citizen of Dade County." He notes
that when the service began its
volunteer program, she was the
first person to sign up and "soon
was performing almost every
volunteer job at the blood center."
The center was but one of
numerous services offered to the
Miami community by Mrs. Spahn
since she became a founding
member of B'nai B'rith Women's
Dedication chapter in 1969.
Among them: setting up
workshops for the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith Women, providing
braakfaat at the Hillel Founda-
tions at the University of Miami
visiting patients at the Veterans
Hospital, teaching how to make
braille greeting and playing cards;
helping to set up shelters for
runaway children and battered
wives, and making weekly visits
to homes of incurably ill persons.
Citing those visits to the in-
curable. Mrs. Spahn says. "I have
profited from the wisdom and in-
sights each offered when tney
sensed genuine caring devoid of
pity."
Mrs. Spahn says she was first
inspired to aid the helpless, the
needy, and the disadvantaged
when she was a small child. "I had
seen the kindness and loving pa-
tience which my wonderful
parents had always shown to our
neighbors, many of whom later
'adopted" them. My parents
showed concern for everyone who
needed understanding or
assistance because of a handicap
Continued on Page 6-B
Special Memorial Prayers
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued
a call for special memorial prayers to be conducted at
temples and synagogues during Shabbat services Friday,
Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 1 in memory of the brave
astronauts who perished in the shuttle accident. The call
was issued in the name of Association President Rabbi
Brett Goldstein of Temple Shir Ami and its Executive Vice
President Rabbi Solomon Shiff.
The Jewish community of Greater Miami joins with the
rest of the nation and the world in mourning the loss of
these individuals. They died serving the highest purposes
and ideals of this nation and all mankind. May their families
find solace in the knowledge that their sacrifice will further
the programs of space technology.
Our prayers go out to the grieving families and loved
ones as indeed do those of our entire country in this hour of
deep sorrow.
Reform rabbis have to get togeth-
er to resolve certain differences
that affect the identity of Jews so
that we can find a common
denominator for the identification
of Jews as Jews," he said.
COMPROMISE is the key to
halting the increasing polarization
between each branch of Judaism,
Lookstein believes. "What I'm
afraid of is that if we don't resolve
some of these issues, such as con-
version, patrilineal descent and
religious divorce before a second
marriage, we're going to create a
split in the community which will
make it impossible for the tradi-
tional community to intramarry
with the non-traditional
community."
"That's going to require
compromise on all sides. I was
calling for a dialogue in search of
that compromise.'' Lookstein
said.
Surpnsingly, reaction to Loo-
kstein's speech, which was also
delivered before the National Rab-
binic Cabinet of the United Jewish
Appeal, has l>een enthusiastically
supportive. "It was addressed
first and foremost to my Orthodox
colleagues to !>e open and respect-
ful toward rabbis of other groups
with wtion Wfl don't agree. All of
the responses I've received from
Conservative and Reform rabbis
have been vary positive and en-
couraging. And 1 haven't gotten a
negative response from an Or-
thodox rabbi yet. either.
"THAT DOESN'T mean that
there aren t pienty of people out
there who do not disagree with
me." he added.
The Reform movement has
"made up its own rules" on the
issue of Jewish descent, according
to Lookstein. In doing so, Reform
Jews have departed from a
2,000-year-old tradition that "you
can't unilaterally change."
Lookstein claims it s not "his
fault the Reform movement has
been practicing patrianeaiity for
decades," and agrees that he
"looks like the ogre" for pointing
out the inconsistencies within the
faith.
"Let's assume your mother b
not Jewish, and your Esther is." he
explained. "You've oeen brought
up thinking you're Jewish you're
associated with a temple you feel
Jewish. But according to my
definition and frank!v. ''it v'on-
servative definition if ludaim,
you're not. So who looks 111 the
bad guys? We! But W lidi '
change the rules. Your rabbi
changed the rules. Ana v. < re
stuck with the result.* You
are stuck with the results
IN THE case of a Reform par
son wanting to marry an Or
thodox or Conservative. th Or
thodox or Conservative rabbi
would insist on a conversion.
"You say. 'I don't want to n
vert. I'm Jewish. Don't tell me to
convert.' You're stuck with that "
Lookstein said. It shou d have
been taken care of, but it wasn't.
"Now. you bear the responsibili-
ty for it. and I do." he added
"Because I look like somelx> who's trying to take away your
Jewishness. But I didn't do "
This was done by your rabbi years
ago who said it was okay What
nght did he have to say that''"
Lookstein proudly admits to
Continued on Page 10-B
Miami Youth Changes Life Of Family With
Interest In Jewish Community Service
Back in 1983. when Richard
Sand of Miami decided to come on
a two-month study session at the
Alexander Muss High School in
Israel "just for the experience."
he and his family had little in-
terest in their local Jewish
community.
All that has changed.
Today. Richard is spending a
semester studying Jewish history
and political science at Tel Aviv
University, has become active in
Jewish service in his community,
and says that his experience
"made me realize that I had a
responsibility to Judaism. If I
hadn't come in 1983,1 would have
gone on just as I was, maybe stu-
dying law or something."
His parents, Gil and Lily Sand,
say that Richard's experience has
changed their life too.
"It's set off a whole emotional
commitment in our family," says
Gil, who is assistant Professor of
marketing at Barry University.
"Since Richard became so in-
terested, we've also become in-
terested in learning more about
Jewish values."
Gil and Lily recently attended a
special three-week session for
educators at AMHSI, which
brought 49 high school and
university teachers to Israel for a
comprehensive study tour of the
country. The group learned about
Jewish history from biblical to
modern times.
They traveled around Israel to
learn at the sites at which history
actually happened, and their ex-
periences included climbing
Massada to study the history of
the Zealots, visiting kibbutzim to
discuss the settlement of the land
with pioneers, and for th> non-
Jews in the group, a .aiding
Christmas Mass in Bethlehem and
enjoying a (kosher) Christmas
dinner.
It's no surprise that the fourth
member of the family, Stacy, who
is 17. is also currently studying at
AMHSI. Her mother says that the
experience has been as good for
her as for the rest of the family.
"It's given har more confidence.
I see that she's become less
inhibited, freer in expressing
herself because she's taking part
in classes in which every student
is encouraged to speak up about
their ideas. It's been terrrific for a
child who's shy."
The Sand family's interest in
Jewish history and values dates
from Richard's determination,
when he returned to Miami in
1983, to translate his knowledge
into concrete community work.
While still in high school, he
started a community service
youth group called Lekaim, which
among its other activities, held
seminars on combatting cults and
created an adopted grandparent
program at the Douglas Gardens
Jewish Home for the Aged. On
one UJA "Super Sunday,"
Lthaim mobilized 8,000 teenagers
to raise money within their own
youth community.
"I felt that youth were very
poorly represented in the Jewish
community," says Richard. "They
weren't being used to their full
potential. Besides BBYO and
groups like that, there's not much
going on, even today."
When Richard entered the
University of Florida at
Gainsville. he continued his in-
volvement, but he found that
although the university has the
largest Jewish population in the S-
outh. "it was hard. Student need a
push. They have a lot of other
priorities. "Nevertheless. Richard
is involved in Hillel, in Israel
Culture Week, and in the annual
campus-wide UJA campaign.
His semester at Tel Aviv
Universin has -echarged my
batteries., he says Now that my
parents are studying here they
can really relate to my ex-
periences, and understand why
my life has become oriented
towards Jewish studies and
possibly aliyah."
And Lily and Gil do understand.
"I don't see the kind of mat-
erialism we're used to here." Lily
remarked. "I see people with a
purpose in life, fighting for a
cause. My son came back from
HSI saying 'Mom, materialism
isn't important.' I like that feel-
ing. Israel has become something
for us to enquire about. It's never
too late."
JDL Will Hold
Press Conference
Chaim Ben Yosef. the new na-
tional executive director of the
Jewish Defense League, this week
denied that the JDL has any con-
nection with a series of violent at-
tacks, including bombings and
deaths, as claimed by the FBI.
Ben Yosef, in Miami, said that
he agrees with the FBI that the in-
cidents are the work of a new na-
tional Jewish underground net-
work, but not the one he heads.
Ben Yosef will hold a news con-
ference on the Sasson Hotel. 2001
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach, or.
Sunday at 3 p.m. following a fund
raising luncheon for the .IDL a
the hotel.


Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian/Frkiay, January 31, 1986
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I
Hugh Downs NCCJ1986 National Headliner Awar^
Mark Baranek and Helene Leibowitz. co-chairmen of the Jewish
Youth Directors Council of Greater Miami.
Television Show To Focus On Youth
Hutfh Dootm boat ^BC
News _'<> 20 uid possih U
m.>s; familiar American teieusi";
fijjure in the historv of the
mediun a the ^*' N '
iner Award Recipient .f tm-
Naliona. Conference ofChnstian-
ind Jew l
Announced b) HanK Meyei
Headliner Awaru cnairman
Downs will l>e in Miami on March
i 10 accept the NCCJ NaUonai
Headliner Award and will i>e Uie
featured speaker at the 34th An
nual Brotherhood Awards Dinner
which will be held at the Omni In
ttrnational Hotel.
The MCCJ National Headliner
Award is presented to <>utstan
ding individuals in media and
entertainment who have con
tnbuted to the communication
between and about people to ad
vance dialogue and understanding
in our society. Downs will join I
distinguished group of national
presonalities when he accepts his
award from Hank Meyer.
Hugh Downs
Former racipii i | of tfuiltfc
include Walter Cronkhc R^r i
Walters, the -. \ *H
Minutes crew
Art Buchwaid. Bryant Gu^
Ted Koppel. and i 1*85 [J?
Sawyer
Hugh Downs ha* enjoi* .
distinguished career in radioall
television u reporter *l
newscaster, interviewer narra. I
and host He received an f;^
Award in May
as host of the Publi Broni^
Service program. 'Her Eu^l
and was als- ^: !
tional Council on r'amilj kt'xjm
film awards competitioi for Wl
-20/20'' report Diet L'J
Death. Anorexia Servos*," fj,'
ing 1982. Downs i- therw-p^
rf the Carr Van Anda Award fc
'endunng contnbuti..ns to i*
lalism" from Ohm 1'nnrn*
v-hool of Journalism, and ^
Cmerson College Joseph r#
>or Award
"Teen Talk," a new television
show featuring local teens and ex-
perts discussing issues of concern
to Jewish youth, will begin airing
on Federation Cable Television
station JFTV in March, according
to Suzanne Lasky. director of
broadcast operations for the sta-
tion. The show will be produced by
the Jewish Youth Directors Coun-
cil of Greater Miami and JFTV.
Helene Leibowitz, co-chairman
of the Youth Directors Council
and youth director at the South
Dade Center of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of Greater Miami,
said the show has generated a
great deal of interest among
Jewish teens in the area. "This
show is the single thing in our
community which, in all my years
of work with teens, has excited
them most. Every teen I invited to
help plan and implement the pro-
ject has agreed to do so."
According to Leibowitz. "Teen
Talk" will consist of 13 half-hour
programs, each featuring four
teens in open discussion with a
local expert on the day's topic.
Leibowitz will alternate as
moderator with Randi Adler of
the Jewish Family Service.
Topics to be discussed will in-
clude the new chastity, prayer in
public schools, teen suicide, date
rape, eating disorders, safe sex.
musk and music video censorship,
and parent abuse The first install-
ment of "Teen Talk" will focus on
"what parents don't understand
about teens today."
Mark Baranek, co-chairman of
the Youth Directors Council and
youth director for Temple Emanu-
El. said a group of local teens
decided on the topics for "Teen
Talk" programs and will work
with members of the Youth Direc
tors Council lo select expert* and
teens to particiDate in the show.-
"Teen Talk," he says, is one of the
most significant and innovative of
the Council's projects.
The Youth Directors Council,
coordinated under the auspices of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, provides a forum for profes-
sional youth workers to exchange
ideas and discuss issues of concern
related to Jewish youth. The
Council meets monthly for educa-
tional programs conducted by its
members and outside authorities
on topics such as teen self image
and Jewish identity, group
dynamics, and other issues related
to their work.
The Council, which has nearly
70 members, regularly sends
representatives to meetings of the
Committee on Cults and Mis-
sionaries, an arm of the Federa-
tion's Community Relations Com-
mittee, to keep youth workers in-
formed on cult activity in the area.
Among the many projects now
under consideration by the Coun-
cil is a day-long series of
workshops for members of all area
youth groups. The seminars will
incorporate a wide variety of
topics ranging from teen sexuality
to programs in Israel and Israeli
folk dancing. Also under the
Council's consideration is a direc-
tory of youth groups and services
for youth available in Greater
Miami.
Each year the Council takes an
active role in Super Sunday, in
community observances of Yom
Hashoa (Holocaust Memorial) and
Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel In-
dependence Day), and helps staff
the Israel Programs Office's infor-
mation booth at the Dade County
Youth Fair The Council also coor-
linates teens to distribute and col
ect Israel Bonds pledge cards a'
High Hoiy Day services in loca.
sv nagogues
Outstanding Citizens Award To Be Announced March
The most outstanding male and
female volunteer in Dade County
will be honored by B'nai B'nth
with the presentation of its
prestigious Outstanding Citizens
Award during the 36th Annual
Luncheon on March 21. at the Bis
Name The
Neighborhood!
If you do. you'll be richer by
some $10,000 in cash and pnz->
Deadline for the contest to pro-
vide a name for Miami Beach's
central district running from
the ocean to the bay and from 41 st
Street through 63rd Street is
Wednesday. Feb. 26.
All entries must be postmarked
by Feb. 22 or delivered by hand
prior to 5 p.m Feb. 26 to be
eligible.
The Neighborhood, a project in-
itiated by Beach Business and
civic leaders Robert Blum and
Stephen Muss, has enlisted the
services of impressena Jud\
Drucker and of Vice Mayor as two
of the judges for the oonteat
which is open to everyone 11 ..
such as the Fontainebleau Hilton.
Eden Roc. Doral Beach. Konover
and Alexander have >o:ned with.
condominiums and rental apart
ments such as the Carnage Club.
Carriage House, Eton Hall ind
Seacoast Towers to spark the
Neighborhood* serif
development
Entries can mi
Seifhhnrti
nage House Miami Be
Seen at a recent meeting of the Jewish Youth
Director Council of Greater Miami were 'left
lo right seated) Ginny Rosenberg; Mark
Haranek. i, chairman; Helene Leibowitz. co-
rman: and Mark Sykes Left to riqht stan-
ding arr Andy H--iex: Rewen Lewis. Beth
Brill: Robyn K-rzner. Darry Schiller, !>
Jack Sparks; Gary py,,-- \f .., /.
Rabbi Km Ptrbmsttmr, Air,,-,,,. Borisma*
Nate Geller. and RatT, MUU
OafM Bay Marriott in Miami.
A field of 28 nominees is being
onsidered for the award aecor
ding to Ham Yablin. Chairman of
the Awards Luncheon.
Judges for the B'nai B'nth
Outstanding Citizen Award are
.; Kaplan. Audrey Fmkelstein.
ofelia Tahares. Bea L Mines.
Morns 1-apidus. Mike Schneider
Hannah Saxon
Ruth Shack.
Sa Th
The award was first
in 1947. Recipient.. 4 the Ba|
B'nth award taat year
(ieorge Wolpert u : I athcnal]
Fahringer. The event is spoons)
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LATE SERVICE AT 8:00 P.M
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN WILL PREACH
A Tribute To Dr. Martin Luther King. J'
THE CONSCIENCE OF AMERICA"
Cantor Yehuda Shllman Will Chant
Assisted by the Tample Choir
Under the Direction of Shmuel Fershho


Dr. Paul Scholar-in-Residence At Beth Torah
Dr. Shalom Paul, senior lec-
er in Bible at the Hebrew
University, Jerusalem, Israel, will
rve as The Evelyn and Monroe
litchcl and Family Scholar-in-
esidence at Beth Torah Con-
ition, Benny Rock Campus,
bo will formally dedicate its
tries and its Adult Education
Dgram to Evelyn and Monroe
btchel and Family, this Friday
' Saturday.
Friday evening, at 8 p.m.,
Paul will speak on "The
lesis of Genesis" concerning
I and man in the Bible.
Saturday morning, at 8:25,
Paul will speak on the topic
he City of Gold. What Makes
usalem, Jerusalem?" The ser-
_ will continue with the formal
lication of The Scholar-in-
lidence program in honor of
elyn and Monroe Mitchel.
Following services there will be
hcation-Patrons luncheon in
kter Hall. Dr. Paul will pre-
his final lecture, "Purim.
By In The Megilla," following
Shalom Paul has served as
ciate Professor of Bible at
Jewish Theological Seminary
tbbi Riemer To
risit Beth David
bi and Mrs. Jack Riemer. of
Xtion Beth El of Califor-
'iie of the leaders of the
rican Rabbinate will be
ng Congregation Beth David
tunlay for two weeks, accor-
to Sam Badanes, president of
congregation and Walter
chairman of the Rabbinic
h Committee. During his
he will officiate at services
meet with members to ex-
e views.
)i Riener is one of the
inguished leaders of the
rican rabbinate. He now
s as the spiritual leader of
egation Beth El in La Jolla.
Ornia.
>bi Riemer is the editor of
Prayer* for the High
ays which is used in hun-
d of congregations
ghout the country. His
rs and readings appear in
bbatl) and the High Holiday
rbookl of both the Conser-
v c and the Reform
merit*. He is the editor of
h Reflection* On Death and
editor of Ethical Will.- i
n Jewish Treasury, both
ed by Schocken l*K>ks in
ck ami paperback. He wai
i\ by his colleagues to load
Holiday Sermon seminar
Greater Miami Board of
and for the rabbis of mai.\
regions and his sernion-
en included frequently m
>> Sermon* !' th*:
a'amat USA
L'hild Rescue Fund will be
>ic discussed at the next
?ting of the Eilat Club of
It U.S.A., Monday, at 1
the American Savings and
Association. 890
sgton Ave.
iral chairman Ida Kovalsky
lisi-uss the Child Rescue
which is a day care type
in Israel for nursery and
ol children.
following the discussion.
i chairman Frieda Levitan
her members will entertain
ehrew and Yiddish songs.
^"11 also Ik- a report of the
ala luncheon at the
Be Hotel honoring Helen
ir as "Woman of the
Dr. Shalom Paul
and at Tel Aviv University. He is
the Associate Editor of Bible for
the Encyclopedia Judaica and
serves as Editorial Advisor for the
magazines Biblical Archeology
Review and Bible Review.
Dr. Paul Received his BA sum-
ma cum laude in classical studies
from Temple University. He
received his Bachelor of Hebrew
Letters from Gratz College in
Philadelphia and his Masters from
The Jewish Theological Seminary
in New York, where he was or-
dained as a rabbi. He received his
Doctorate in Oriental Studies
from The University of Penn-
sylvania. He serves as Scholar-in-
Residence for Raman Camps and
United Synagogue Youth summer
programs.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mitchel
have long been active in our com
munity. Evelyn Mitchel has serv-
ed as County chairperson for
Special Events for the Women's
Division of The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has served as
Campaign chairperson for the
North Dade Women's Division.
She has served as vice president
for membership for the North
Dade Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women and has
served on their board many years.
She has also served as a member
of the Board of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center.
Monroe Mitchel has served on
the Board of Directors for Beth
Torah Congregation, Benny Rok
Campus and The Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center. He has also served as a
member of the Central Board of
the Jewish community Centers of
South Florida. Monroe also serves
on The Jewish Chaplaincy Com-
mission of The Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 3-B
Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah Vodaath
To Hold Annual Dinner Sunday
Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah
Vodaath will hold its Annual
Florida Region Dinner on Sunday,
at 6 p.m. at the Crown Hotel, Rab-
bi Pinchas Briskman, assistant
dean of the Brooklyn school an-
nounced. Chairman of the event is
Asher Zwebner, Miami Beach
hotelier and active communal and
religious leader.
Guest of honor of the evening
will be Rabbi Norman Kahn. of
Detroit. An alumnus of Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath where he received
his Rabbinic Degree, Rabbi Kahn
is a widely known educator and
administrator. Presently, he
serves as executive vice-president
of the Beth Yehuda School and
among his many responsibilities is
the fiscal solvency of the three
divisions of that educational in-
stitution. Rabbi Kahn is known
throughout his community and in
many philanthropic circles as a
tireless worker for many causes,
and in particular, for his dedica-
tion to Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah
Vodaath.
The "Man of the Year" Award
will be presented to Miami
Beachite Leon Yarmus.
Emigrating from Europe, Mr.
Yarmus settled in Havana, Cuba
where his activities and involve-
ment in the Jewish Community
were well known.
He served as secretary of the
Cuban Centro Israelita, and the
Cuban Zionist Federation as well
as on the Cuban Chamber of
Commerce.
In Miami, Mr. Yarmus has serv-
ed as secretary of the Cuban
Hebrew Congregation and as
president of the B'nai B'rith Latin
Lodge. He is an active member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the recipient of the Gates
of Jerusalem Medallion on behalf
of the Israel Bond Organization.
A highlight of the evening's pro-
gram will be a special tribute paid
to three outstanding supporters
and dedicated workers of the
Yeshiva's Elsa and Isaac
Silberberg and Jack Chester.
WANTED
Mature woman to care for
elderly gentleman; cooking
and light houaekeeping;
live-in; references. Call eve-
nings 233-1662.
At Uth Anniversary Dinner
Talmudic University Establishes Fellowship
In Memory of Celia Swire, Mother of Leader
Dr. Alfred and Sadye Swire are founders of Talmudic Univer-
sity of Florida and among the state's foremost supporters of
Jewish education He is honorary president of the Souths
largest Jewish institution of higher learning.
Establishment of a Fellowship
at Talmudic University of
Florida in loving memory of
Celia Swire, mother of the
university's honorary president.
Dr. Alfred Swire, was announc-
ed at the institution's 11th An-
niversary Dinner held at the
Crown Hotel in Miami Beach.
Rabbi Yochanan Zweig. presi-
dent and Rosh Hayeshiva of
Talmudic University, said "this
tribute recognizes the great in-
terest of the Alfred and Sadye
Swire family in our university,
and the ongoing contributions
they have made to its steady
growth."
The highly successful ban-
quet, attended by a capacity au-
dience of nearly 500 persons,
was highlighted by the presenta-
tion of honorary doctorates to
David Balogh and Professor Jac-
quin Bierman.
Another feature was the
honoring of 10 alumni of
Talmudic University of Florida
who continue to live, work and
study in the South Florida area.
Rabbi Joseph Heber. one of the
honorees and principal of the
junior and senior high schools of
the Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy, was the guest
speaker, and delivered a stirring
message on the importance of a
graduate-level yeshiva to the en-
tire Jewish community.

is and guests are invited
and psVesliments will be served.
accoMfog to president Faye
Bruckar
Pleased with the results of the Uth An-
niversary Dinner of Talmudic University
are, bottom row. Professor Jacquin Bier-
man, recipient of an honorary degree, left,
and Rabbi Yochanan Zweig. president
and Rosh Hayeshiva. Top are Rabbi
Joseph Heber, guest speaker, left, and
Joseph Rackman, master of ceremonies.
Murray (Moshe Chaim) Berkowitz. chair-
man of the board of Talmudic University,
congratulates David Balogh, recipient of
honorary doctorate from the university
headquartered in Miami Beach.
Among the alumni of Talmudic Universi-
ty honored at the Uth Annii ner are, from left. Rabbi Tsvi Rosenbaum.
Michael Levi. Rabbi Binyamin Rakmani.
Robert Rosenberg, Rabbi David Gray.
Rabbi Joseph Heber. Rabbi Shimshon
Mindick and Dov Litwin.
Admiring the honorary degree of Doctor
of Laws presented to Professor Jacquin
Bierman are. from left. Gloria Bierman.
Khane Rackman. Joseph Rackman. Rabbi
Yochanan Zweig and Prof Rxerman.
President Zweig, Founder Seymour
Rubin and Dr Daiid Balogh talk at th
pre-dinner cocktail reception.
Reoord attendance at Talmudic Universi-
ty includes, top row. from left. Mayor and
Mrs. Alex Datmd. Mr and Mrs R%
Galbut. Abraham tAI Hi Galbut and Dr
and Mrs Robert Go. Ihi,: Seated art Rabbi
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The Attorneys Diirision of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
recently sponsored a cocktail reception on behalf of the 1986 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency FundJProject Renewal-
Or Akiva Campaign. The event was hosted by the law firm of
Payton and Rachlin. Xarier Suarez. mayor of the city of Miami
was the special guest speaker. Seen above are (from lew: Richard
Rachlin, Mayor Suarez and Harry Payton.
Miami Beach Mayor Alex Daoud I right t presented AI Gentry,
director of Human Resources, Mount Sinai Medical Center, and
/Catherine Pener, an American Cancer Society ir>lunteer, with a
proclamation honoring the Cancer Society s first Miami Beach
office of volunteers.
CAJE Sponsors Educational Events
CAJE will continue its Moadon
I vri- Hebrew Cultural Forum with
a lecture by Rafi Miller on the sub-
ject: "Educational Television in
Israel: A Major Cultural Force."
on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. st the
auditorium of the Miami Beach
Public Library.
CAJE will continue its Great
Jewish Books Discussion Group
when Dr. Abraham J Gittelson.
director of CAJE. reviews Joan
Peters' book. "From Time Im-
memorial." on Thursday. Feb. 6.
at 1:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Public Library.
CAJE will present Marilyn
Price, puppeteer who will address
the theme. "Making Jewish
Holidays and Folk Stories Come
Alive." for the Jewish early
childhood programs of North
Dafe
On Thursday evening. Jan. 30, s
special seminar will be held for
early childhood teachers of tlie
Jewish day and synagogue schools
of North Dade under the auspices
of the CAJE at Beth Torah Con-
gregation, at 7:30 p.m. At that
time Ms. Price will show the
teachers how to incorporate pup-
petry into their daily teaching so
as to make their lesson more ex-
citing snd realistic for the
students.
This Friday, she will perform at
Temple Sinai. North Dade st 9:30
CAJE will present Rabbi Mar
vin Rose, spiritual leader of the
Congregation Beth El of North
Bay Village, who will speak on the
Prophet Isaiah st the next session
of the "Spiritual Giants of the
Past" series on Wednesday at
10:30 st the Miami Beach Public
Library.
Bob Graham
Announces
Senate Candidacy
TALLAHASSEE Governor
Bob Graham announced on Tues-
day that he is a candidate for
United States Senate.
"I am s candidate for the L'nited
States Senate." Graham declared
in an announcement address at
the Florida Senate Chamber. "I
believe Florida needs someone
with vision and energy in
Washington."
After his announcement speech.
Graham launched a three-day tour
of the state. He was accompanied
by his wife. Adele.
Graham is in the final year of his
second term as governor, and by-
law, cannot run for a third term as
governor
Graham said that vital decisions
affecting even. Flondian will be
made in the U.S. senate
Therefore. Graham said. Florida
must send its best to Washington.
Hadassah
Chapters
Renanah Chapter of Hadassah
will hold an Eye Bank Luncheon
at 11:45 on Monday. Feb 10. at
the Jockey Club on Biscayne Blvd
Mazie Gersten is chairman of the
event.
Forte Chapter of Hadassah will
meet on Monday, Feb. 10 for a
medley of popular music at 12:30
p.m. at the Banquet Hall
On Wednesday. Feb. 19 at noon.
Forte Towers will hold a Youth
Aiivah Luncheon on the Starlight
Roof of the Doral Hotel
Bay Harbor Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their next
meeting on Monday. Feb. 10 at
12:30 p.m at the' Bay Harbor
Town Hall. Annie Ackerman. will
be guest speaker.
Henrietta Srold Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their monthly
board meeting on Monday, at
noon at the Hadassah building on
Lindoln Road
Hannah Senesch Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their luncheon
meeting at noon on Tuesday, at
the Shelborne Hotel. Miami
Beach.
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and
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Guest Speaker
Rabbi Solomon H. Gruskin
(Oak Park, Ml.)
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Alfred Golden Appointed Vice
Chairman of Hi lie I Foundation
Alfred Golden, community
leader, has been appointed Vice
Chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundations of the United
States. The announcement H
made in Washinjrton by Chairman
Edwin Shapiro.
Shapiro also selected Golden to
chair the important Personnel
Practices Commute.-
(loidui has long been an activist
in community affairs and especial-
ly it) the JewilH sector. He has
lerved HUld m past President of
Board, pad Chair
man and founder of the Hillel
imitiity Board of Dade I loan-
tv. Chairman and fnumier of
Hillel Poundatii na i f Florida and
National <', immissiotier.
In addition. Golden has the uni-
que distinction of being the only
person in the United States who
serves simultaneously on the
Boards of Directors of three
Jewish Federations: Miami.
Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.
He is also a Life Commissioner of
the Anti-Defamation league, a
Life Governor of District V B'nai
B'rith and is Vice President of the
'wish Educational Service on
North America. Vice Chairman of
the Large Cities Budgeting Con-
ference of the Council of Jewish
I-d.-rationsand heads several im-
portant task forces and commit-
tees for the United Synagogues of
America
Alfred Golden is currently
President of Riverside Memorial
Chapels of Florida
Harvey Brown To Be Installed
As President Of NASA
Harvey L. Brown will be for-
mally installed as the President of
the National Association of
Synagogue Administration on
Thursday. Feb. 6.
The Installation will take place
at the closing Banquet Din-
ner/Dance at the annual Conven-
tion. Convention headquarters
and location will be at the
Konover Hotel in Miami Beach.
NASA is an affiliate of the Con-
servative movement, the United
Synagogue of America and is the
professional organization of
Synagogue Administration. The
annual Convention brings
together Synagogue Executives
to share common problems, find
solutions and learn new techni-
ques as well as subjects of a
Judaica nature.
Mr. Brown has been a profes-
sional Synagogue Adminstrator
for the past 20 years serving in
Philadelphia prior to coming to
South Florida in 1981 and Beth
Torah Congregation.
Prof. Kellner
To Speak At Barry
Barry University's Jewish
Studies Program will present a
special guest lecture by Professor
Menachem Kellner of the Depart-
ment of Jewish Thought, Univer-
sity of Haifa, Israel on Thursday.
Feb. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Andreas
building, room 111.
Professor Kellner will speak on,
"Messianic Politics in Israel
today."
Harvey L. Brown
He has a BA degree from Penn
State in Accounting and an MSW
from the University of Penn-
sylvania. Mr. Brown has also at-
tained the highest form of cer-
tification from NASA, a Fellow of
Synagogue Administration (FSA).
He also belongs to B'nai B'rith,
Jewish War Veterans and is cur-
rently serving on the Board of
Directors of the Michael Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center.
The Installation will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Max Lipschitz.
spiritual leader, and Robert
Whitebook, President of Beth
Torah. Lou Melter, President of
United Synagogue Southeast
Region, will participate.
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On Thursday, the auxiliary will
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ding to Florence Grossman, aux-
iliary president. Program Chair-
man. Lee Weiner. will present
Christine Stollak, studio director
of the Miami I'nil of Recording
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The Post and Auxiliary will also
hold their Annual I.m-kv Book
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p.m. at Temple Both Tbv, accor-
ding i nt chairmen Shirley
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Miami Beach JCC
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ty Center will host the Fourth lec-
ture on Outstanding .Jewish Per-
sonalities of the Hassidic Era. On
Wednesday morning at 10:30. at
the center. Rabbi Dr. and Mrs.
Meir Felman will discuss the life
of Rabbi Nachman Bratzlov. Mrs.
Helen Felman will speak on. "The
Maid of Ludomir."
Rabbi Morris Girrdon (second from left) and Ambassador H.E.
Meir Rosenne (not pictured) are being honored by (left to righti
Gen. Alexander M. Haig. Jr., former Secretary of State; Atnslet
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B'nai B'rith Names N. Miami Beach
Woman 'Outstanding' Volunteer
Committee of Herut Zionist of Florida pic-
tured at a recent meeting with Dr. Eltahu
Ben-Elissar. member of the Knesset. From
(left to right): Sam Rothkopf; Rabbi Dr. Carl
Klein; President Ainslee R. Ferdie; Dr.
Eliahu Ben-Elissar; Sec-Gen. Joseph Morley;
Kalman Kenigsberg, treasurer; Vice-
President, Alvin Rose.
Continued from Pajre 1-B
or unexpected problem." she says.
Mrs. Spahn began her communi
ty services while an elementary
and hijrh school student in New
York, nding with handicapped
children in their special buses and
helping them go from class to
class. Since moving to Florida in
1969. she has expanded her ser-
vices tremendously
She credits her efforts to aid the
disadvantaged for helping her to
gain her current job. "Because I
have been so lucky in my relation-
ships with people. I was offered a
job as staff assistant to (U.S.)
Congressman William Lehman."
she says, adding that he pVes he,
all tune she requires t, cootiZ
her services.
"1 have energy I hav n
used, and never seem to b*'J
busy that I cannot mak. .,m fnr
another challenge." *.,.-. u-
Spahn.
In addition to serving her com.
munity. Mrs. Spahn hu twn .
leader in Bnai Bnth Wmm _
Florida, filling a variety .{ff,cfi
including the chapter presidency
council presidency, and member
ship on the South ("oasui
Regional Board as spem. |rojWl
chairman.
Women's ORT To Participate In Gala For Giving
Yiddish Winkle Presents Bern Bonus
The Third Annual Women
American ORT, District VI, Gala
For Giving "A Champagne
Brunch at Noon" will be held at
the home of Devyra and Peter
Pollock on Feb. 9.
Cantor Yehuda Shiffman, of
Temple Emanu-El, will per-
form this Thursday as part oj
the synagogue'8 1986 Cultural
Series. The concert will blend
modern Jewish music and
Hebrew rock and will be accom-
panied by a li-piece orchestra.
Elaine Silverstein, executive
vice-president ofBeber Silvers-
tein and Partners. Advertising
firm, has been elected a Board
of Directors advisor to the
Women's Tennis Association,
which represents 1,00 profes-
sional tennis players in the
United States.
TOPA Presents
'Dream Girls'
'Dreamgirls." Michael Ben-
nett's six time Tony award-
winning musical, will debut at the
Miami Beach Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts on Sunday. Feb. 12,
at < *>jn. and will run until Feb.
2
Produced by Marvin A. Krauts
and Irving Skiers, the touring
company team includes scenic
designer Robin Wagner; costume
designer. Theoni Aldredge;
lighting designer Tharon Musser.
and sound designer Otts
Munderioh
Chairing the committee for the
event is Past Region President.
Gloria Chekanow, currently
district VI Vice President, Capital
Funds Chairman. Serving on the
committee from the Dade South
Region are Laurel Shapiro, presi-
dent, Adrienne Tabin. chairman
of the Executive Committe and
JoAnne Brown, vice president.
Capital Funds. Golden Circle
chairman.
Major contributors to the global
ORT Program from the Dade
South Region who have been in-
vited include: Don and Hedy
Carlin, Fred and Gloria
Chekanow, Michael and Joan
Cohen. Max and Sylvia Deakter.
Marshall and Anita Oran and Sol
and Thelma Schreiber
Pepi Dunay. president of
District VI. the guest speaker,
will present an overview of the
ORT Program.
Emil Cohen,
provide the
entertainment.
Yiddish Cultural Winkle will
hold a Cultural Gathering of the
Season on Thursday morning.
Feb. 13 at 10:30 at temple Ner
Tamid.
The Yiddish Actress and Stage
Personality. Mina Bern Bonus.
will present a cycle of m< nologue
and songs of scenes from the Yid
dish Theatre. Jacob Blank wffi
recite Yiddish poetry and Schmuei
Fershko will accompany, actor
ding to Menasha Feldstem. pres
dent and chairman
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watercolors. original
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Israel Bond International Dinner
To Feature Dr. Josef Burg
Dr. Josef Burg, Israels
Minister of Religious Affairs, will
be the guest speaker at the State
of Israel Bond International Din-
ner honoring Rabbi Irving
ehrman on Thursday. Feb. 6. at
he Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel,
he evening's festivities begin
irith cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
People from many countries will
attending the dinner to pay
tribute to Rabbi Lehrman.
spiritual leader at Temple Emanu-
Cl on Miami Beach since 1943,
\l\d to hear Burg. Rabbi Lehrman
being recognized with the
prestigious Oolda Meir Leader-
iip Award for his dedicated and
ivoted service to the South
irkll Jewish Community and to
pael and her citizens.
i ine of the most highly regarded
Bblk figures in Israel. Dr. Burg
II an unusual record of public
prvice as educator and ad-
ministrator. Elected Deputy
speaker of the first Knesset.
|rael's Parliament, at the age of
.. he has gained the respect and
imiration of all parties and fac-
ons in the Jewish nation.
He has l>een a member of every
Dvernment since 1948, serving
fith every Prime Minister from
ivid Ben-Gurion to Shimon
leres. He has held almost every
Dr. Josef Burg
important Cabinet Ministry with
the exception of Foreign Affairs
and Defense.
From 1946 to 1949. Dr. Burg
was actively engaged in saving
Jewish survivors in Central
Europe. In this urgent task, he
utilized the experience he had
gained during the early part of the
war in Switzerland where he had
l>een sent in 1939 to take part in
rescue work. Administering mass
migration of refugees. Dr. Burg
personally supervised the
organization of many children's
camps and trade schools for youth
in the principal cities of France.
Belgium and Holland.
Israel Bonds To
Honor Eleven
Tower 41 Residents
The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization will pay tribute to 11
residents of the Tower 41 con-
dominium during a luncheon on
Sunday. Feb. 16. at the Tower 41
Suite Restaurant. Miami Beach.
The festivities, will begin with
cocktails at 11:30 a.m.
Being honored for the involve-
ment in philanthropic and com-
munity causes, as well as for their
staunch support of Israel through
the Israel Bond program, will be
Rose Brest. Charles Burstein.
Moises and Ita Meit. Clara Ort, Ir-
ving and Rose Reingold, Mates
and Ann Wallach and Samuel and
Ann Weintraub.
Special guest will be Emil
Cohen. American-Jewish folk
humorist.
Serving as co-chairpersons are
Abe and Fay Cohen, who also
reside at Tower 41.
Surfside Mayor
Levine Honored
At Bond Night
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Mayor Benjamin Levine
Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization and the Surfside
community will honor its Mayor
Kenjamin Levine during the
Night in Israel' celebration on
Thursday night. Feb 18 at the
Surfside Community Center at 8.
He will be honored for his in
volvement in the community and
for his staunch support for Israel.
according to Louia Fenichel.
chairman.
The committee consists of Surf-
side Vice-Mayor Mickey Novak.
Meyer Kotler. Kli Lurie, Robert
Novak. George Spircr and Harry
Tenser.
Eddie Schaffer, American
Jewish folk humorist, will be
g test speaker.
Barkett Speaks For
Bench and Bar
Newly appointed supreme
Court Justice Rosemary Barkett
will be guest speaker at the mon-
thly dinner meeting of the Bench
and Bar Cnit of B'nai B'rith on
Wednesday at the Sheraton
Riverhouse. according to Alfred
Golden, a founder of the Lodge.
Cocktails begin at 8 p.m.
Bench and Bar Cnit of B'nai
B'rith consists of men and women
of the legal profession Member-
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The Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization, together unth
Temple Sinai of North Dade. recently honored Charlotte and
Frank Cohen during a breakfast held at Temple Sinai. The
Cohens, right, were honored with the Israel Freedom Award for
their staunch support of Israel through the Israel Bond program,
as well as for their imwlvement in philanthropic and community
organizations. Making the presentation was Temple Sinai Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. second from left, while guest speaker Rev.
John Stanley Grauel. a noted religious leader and humanitarian,
looked on.
Synagogue Administrators Tq Gather
On Sunday, Feb. 2. delegates to
the National Association of
Synagogue Administrators will
convene in Miami Beach at the
Konover Hotel for their annual
convention. Represented will be
administrators from synagogues
throughout the entire United
States and Canada.
Theme of the conference is
"Communication," and profes-
sional seminars will deal with the
general theme of communication.
Speakers will include Dr. Steven
Bebee. assistant professor.
University of Miami: Milton
Blaut. Sr.! attorney; Mrs. Sharon
Curcio. adjunct professor. FIC;
Robert Billig. attorney.
Professional workshops will
deal with communication between
laymen and professionals.
strategic business writing,
synagogue administration, past,
present and future, computers,
building security, fund raising, en-
dowments and similar topics.
The convention delegates will
tour Temple Emanu-EI on Miami
Beach and Beth Torah in North
Miami Beach and will have dinner
programs at each of these
synagogues. Other highlights in-
clude a dinner and boat ride on the
Spirit and visit to Vizcaya.
Rabbi Benjamin Kreitman. ex-
ecutive vice president of United
Synagogue of America, and
Harold Wishna, Southeast
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Kreutzer Attends Mission
Franklin D. Kreutzer, interna-
tional president of the United
Synagogue of America, par-
ticipated in the first leadership
fact-finding mission of the Council
of Regional Presidents.
The mission studied and plann-
ed the expansion of programs in
Israel of the I'nited Syanagogue
ranging from its Youth Summer
Pilgrimage for Teenagers to post-
graduate programs for educators
serving the network of I'nited
Synagogue educational programs
in North America.
Held at the Center for (
vative Judaism in Jerusalem,
many of the mission's activit in-
cluded seminars and
throughout Israel.
Kreutxer was accompar.
his wife. Judy
The I'nited Synagogj,
America is the aaeociati
servati ve congregations m 111
850 synagogue affiliates
NCJW Events
Lakes Branch of National Coun
ril of Jewish Women. Greater
Miami Section will hold their mon
thly meeting on Wedneaday at 11
a.m. at the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center. Jacob
M Alkow. historian, will discuss.
"Israei and the Future."
Local and national leaders at private tinting
at Yad Vashem of artifacts from the S'azi
Holocaust. Left to right are Rabin Benjamin
Z. Kreitman, executive tier president. United
Synagogue of A merica; Franklin D. Kreutzer.
international president: Bunny and Lou
Meltzer. Dalton. Go., president of Southeast
Region; Alan J. Tichnor. chairman. Council
of Regional Presidents; and Rabbi Jerome M
Epstein, director s/ regional activities for the
United Synagogue.
u
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Friends of Dropsie U.
To Hear Dr. Green
Florida Fnends of Dropsie
University wiD hear Dr Henry
Green, director of Judaic Studies
at the University of Miami, speak
oo "Jews In Florida.'' a* the**
monthrv meeting
Mrs. Rose Lerner will -nair tne
hi,Iuiin meeting to be heio >r
Tbursday. Feb. 13. at noon at u*
Ocean Pavilhon Restaurant
Miami Beacr.
Dr Green has ar extensive
background in botn Soootogy and
Rebgioc and is present y r
charge of a jotnprenensivr prosse*
arcing toe iistory of ^orxia
Jewry.
Yeshiva I". Seminar
Continues Monday
Ftonaa Fnends of Yeshrra
I'nrversiry i'. 9S5-&S Issues of Our
Tones. r .-.- Annual Seminar
Series wiU continue on Monday
with Rano. Arraham Weiss. ***
tant professor of Jews* Studies
a: Sterr -1 :' st Women at the
Uauua: ai I -iintua. leader of
the Jew .erdaie
He *.. -r -* subject.
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Kendall Evening Branch of Na-
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Greater Miami Section will pre-
sent Phyllis Taylor, professional
member'of ASID. who will speak
on. 'Decorating According to
Your Needs." at the Wednesday
monthly meeting at 7:45 p.m.
National Council of .'
Women. Coral branch. <-
Miami Section is holding a
luncheon on Wednesday I>
Weinstein. Mamage and Far .
therapist, psychologist :"
Broward Public Schools will r> ....
on. "I Feel." Proceeds will bent-fit
NCJW' Research Institute for In
novation for Education in Isra-
Bay Harbor and Miami B-.w
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Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewigfa Floridian Page 9-B
Community Corner
Beth Israel Congregation will present the next Forum
of their lecture series on Sunday at 10 a.m. Rabbi Dr.
Meir Felman, chairman, announced that guest speaker
will be Dr. Norman A. Bloom. He will speak on "Israel
Confrotns the Nations A Biblical View."
Shalom Lodge 1024 of B'nai B'rith will hold their next
meeting on Sunday, Feb. 9 at the University of Miami,
Hillel House at 10 a.m. William F. Saulson will give a
report, "Israel-Update."
On February 13, Hatikvah Hadassah will have its
monthly meeting. The Woman's Resource and
Counseling Center Repesentatives will speak on
Stress. The meeting starts at 7:45 pm. at Temple Israel
South.
The Association for Jewish Special Education will
hold its Winter General Meeting at the Miami Jewish
Federation Building on Wednesday, at 7:30.
Temple Beth Sholom will hold their next "Coffee,
Culture, and Conversation" program on Sunday morn-
ing at 10:30 a.m. at the synagogue. Also, the first Sun-
day of each month will feature Rabbi Gary Glickstein
for a "Breakfast with the Rabbi."
Temple Zion Israelite Center's Sisterhood will spon-
sor an art auction on Saturday evening, Feb. 8 at the
center. A sneak preview is at 7 p.m.
Pacemaker Club of Dade County will hold a meeting
on Monday at the Parkway Regional Medical Center
Auditorium at 10 a.m.
YIVO Committee will hold their fifth Yiddish lecture
on the 1986 Forum on Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Dr. Gershon Weiner's topic of discus-
sion is. "What the Hebrew Language Can Learn From
Yiddish."
Workmen s Circle. Miami Beach Branch 1059 will
meet on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at noon at Surf side Com-
munity Center.
The Dade Chapter of Parents of North American
Israelis will hold a regular meeting on Sunday, Feb. 9 at
1 p.m. at the Jewish Federation building. Uri Cohen,
director of the Israeli Aliyah Center will be guest
speaker, according to Pauline Stampfer, vice president.
U.S. Charge d'affaires Robert Flatten speaks
with Mayor of Jerusalem Teddy Kollek and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir last week at
a ceremony dedicating Martin Luther King
Street in Jerusalem's Liberty Bell Park on
what would have been King's 5?th birthday.
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Sephardi Chief Rabbi Mordechai Eliahu af-
fixes a mezuza to the doorpost of Beit
Hadassah in Hebron while Deputy Prime
Minister David Levy, surrounded by media
representatives looks on. Levy, Minister of
Housing, announced plans to start building in
the 'Jewish Courtyard' in Hebron. The plan,
he said, is to build low-rise buildings which
will blend in with the Arab structures in the
area and will house 11 more families.
ibbi Ephraim Grmindland,
'ordinator of the center for
\ildren at Kinat Shmonah.
rael, will be visiting Miami
Sunday to seek funds for the
Wen. These children, who
'from broken and pm icken families >>n the
irder of Lebanon are in need
[many bare necessities.
Yeshiva U.
Seminar Set
!<>rida Friends of Yeshiva
diversity presents the Issues of
Times seminar on Monday at
\.m. at the Konover Hotel. Rab-
Vvraham Weiss, assistant pro-
NMT '>f Jewish -tu.lies at Stern
liege for Women of Yeshiva
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Oren J Teicher son of Mickey and Morton Teicher. Miami
Reach has been unanimously designated by the Wesichester
C ountv Democratic C ommittee as the Democratic candidate for
Congress in the 20th District. New York.
Carol Wien. designer and author of The Cireat American Log
Cabin Quilt Book published by EP Dutton. will be one of the
professional artists demonstrating different facets of their work at
the 1 7th Cultural Arts Day of Kenwood Elementary School on
Fndav. February 7
Irm.i Freedline way unanimously elected as chairman of the
Miami Beach Commission for the Status of W omen
Senior citizens can learn to maintain a healthy lifestyle at the
third of 12 sessions of self C are 8i Wednesday from 10am to
noon at South Shore Hospital and Medical Center
Air Force Capt Jeffrey M Enoch son of Milton and Lillian
Enoch of 445 NE 195 Si North Miami Beach, has armed for
duty with the 320th Bombardment U ing. Mather Air Force Base.
Calif Enoch, a strategic navigator and bombardier was previous-
ly assigned at Lonng Air Force Base Maine
Army Private Adam S Kornblum. son of Allen A Kornblum of
10658 SW 76 Ter Miami, has completed one station unit train-
ing (OSL'T) at the U S Army Infantry Schol. Fort Benning. Ga
Rabbi Nathan Bryn announces that William F Saulson will be
the pulpit guest for Shabbat late evening 8pm service Friday
Mr Saulson is a family consultant and vice president of Riverside
Memorial Chapels long active in the religious and secular life of
the community.
As part of 'An Afternoon of Music' Concert Series. Temple
Beth Am will present Marvis .Martin, soprano performing with ac-
companist. Gary Ledet. pianist on Sunday afternoon. Feb 16 at 4
p.m.. according to Doreen Max. chairman
Yiddish Musical Theatre of New York will present Stuart
Rosenberg s "A Match Made In Heaven" on Wednesday and
Thursday. Feb. 26 and 27 at 2 and 8 p m. at the Miami Beach
Theatre of the Performing Arts The Yiddish musical stars Leon
Liebgold and Yankele Alpenn and will feature English subtitles
Miami Beach Chapter. Women s Division. American Technion.
will hold their Life Membership Luncheon Meeting on Thursday.
Feb 13 at the Shelborne Hotel at noon
Mark D Brown. MD. professor of orthopaedics and rehabilita
tion at the University of Miami s School of Medicine, has been
elected president of the Miami Orthopaedic Society
The Twelfth Annual Miami Beaih Festival of the Arts featur
ing artists entertainers, and international fooo will take place on
Collins Ave on Saturday and Sundav Feb 8 and 9 according to
Susan Gottlieb chairman of the Miami Beach Fine Arts Board
organizers of the festival
Gloria Luna Gallery will open a new exhibit which will highlight
the 2<) years of the Gallery s existeme The exhibit will start Fri-
day until March 1
Members of the South Shore Hospital and Medical Center Aux-
iliary will be weanng red and white in celebration of Valentines
Day to their luncheon on Thurada) 1 ab 13 at I 30 a m on the
tenth floor of the Glass Pavilhon at South Shore Hospital accor
ding to Ruth Roney. auxiliary io-president
Dade County Chapter of the National Organization for W omen
will benefit from a fundraising event highlighting the contributions
of women in 20th Century industrial design on Sundav Feb 23
at 7 p in at Arango. the contemporary design store in Dadeland
Mall according to chapter president Linda Peterson
The i ieorge N Caylor Forte Forum will meet on Tuesdav at 1
p.m to hear Harry Zam. author speak on "Shakespeare s
Villain lago
Barbara Gillman Gallery I will present Ken Shaw-Recent Pain-
tings The Opening reception to met the artist will be Thursdav
evening from 6 p.m until 9pm
Miami Dade Community College will continue their Lunchtime
Lively Arts Series with a performance by the Muir String Uuartet
at noon on Wednesday in the W olfson Campus Auditorium
Ruth Foreman Theatre announces Baby." the musical comedy
will play on Sunday The "Sweet Bird of Youth starring Jan
Mc Art wtfl open Thursday night and will run until March 0 Kuni-
Leml will close Sunday. Feb 9
Temple Beth Raphaels Men's Club will celebrate their annual
Shabbat on Saturday. Feb 8 at 8 15 am at the synagogue ac-
cording to Leo Bell, temple vice president
Terrible Calamity Ahead'
'Who Is A Jew?' Worries Rabbi
Continued from Page 1-B
having been arrested three times
during demonstrations on behalf
of Soviet Jewry. The lack of public
outrage by the American Jewish
community over the systematic
extermination of European Jews
prompted him to write his recent
criticallv-acclaimed analysis
Were We Our Brother?
Keepers?: The public Response of
American .lews to the Holocaust
193h-iy44
Is there room for civil djaotx
dience within the Jewish faith"
Rabbi Lookstein was 13 years
old when the war ended. He
recalls hearing nothing about the
Holocaust 'That's part of my
mild criticism of the Jewish com-
munity of the past. If I have a
criticism, it's just for that. Why is
it possible for a 13-year-old boy
who went to a yeshiva. who came
from a very active home, that this
was not a major priority for me as
Soviet Jewry is for my children
today?"
Four generations of rabbis are
in Lookstein's family tree. His
father. Joseph Lookstein. was
rabbi of Kehilath Jeshurun for 56
years prior to his death in 1979
For 21 of those years. Haskel
Lookstein was his assistant.
WAS THERE any pressure for
him to follow the family tradition?
"No." he said. "Until I was
about to be graduated from
Columbia College, the one thing I
was sure I didn't want to be was a
rabbi. But I decided to go into
Jewish education, and my father
suggested to me that if I wanted
to be a Jewish educator. I should
be educated Jewishly. The way to
do that was to go to Yeshiva
Lniversity and get a rabbinic
degree and then go into Jewish
education, not become a pulpit
rabbi. As soon as I was in Yeshiva
for about three months. I realized
that I wanted very much to be a
pulpit rabbi."
'A .is it difficult following in the
footsteps of his father"
At the time. I didn't expect to
nto my father's synagogue It
wsi WJ "difficult, but I think my
father handled the situation very-
well. He gave me areas of con-
gregational life in which 1 could
function well: the youth activities
the young marneds. men's club
and riataroood We certainly had
different styles, and we
sometimes disagreed Basically,
though, we had and still have the
same philosophy that of centrist
Orthodoxy We loved Jews,
period. Without adjectives."
HOW WOULD the elder Look
tein have viewed his son's address
to the New York Board of Rabbis"
"Everything 1 said my father
would have not only endorsed, but
applauded. I'm sure of that "
Finally, does Rabbi Haskel
Lookstein believe the lessons from
the M'a and 40'i have been learn
ed* Are we really better off in the
80s because of what happened in
our recent history?
"To some extent yes." he said.
"We're living iti different times.
We're living with the benefit of
the Holocaust, so we know tern
ble things can happen We are fo.
ing with the benefit of the cre.
tion of the State of Ism. *(m
makes us proud and bold W> art
living with the benefit Sovx;
Jewry standing up in M
Leningrad, so it's easier for us ^,
stand up in Miami Beach or \"e
York City. I'm optimistic a.
every Jew has to be I think that
the threat of the future Kfciaa
will bring reasonah .
together. Solutions will l* fouyj
for the practical issue -
us."
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In addition, the SFADA willjum
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public awareness eampaigi
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
. "And it came to mug on the third day, u-hev it was morninq
that there were thunders and lightnings and a thick cloud upon the
mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud"
(Exodus 19.16).
YITRO
YITRO Word reached Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, and a
priest of Midian, of what God had done for the Israelites. He went
to meet Moses in the desert, Jethro advised Moses to appoint
judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole leadership; Moses
should confine himself to the most difficult questions. In the third
month, the children of Israel heard the Ten Commandments at
Mount Sinai. God*s voice declared: "I am the Lord by God
Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. Thou shalt not make un-
to thee a graven image Thou shalt not take the name of the
Ix>rd thy God in vain Remember the sabbath day, to keep it
holy Honor thy father and thy mother Thou shalt not
murder Thou shalt not commit adultery Thou shalt not
steal Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor
. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house wife nor
any thing that is thy neighbor's (Exodus tO.t-U).
I t he rcount.ng el the weekly Portion el lite Law l extracted end beted
upon -The Graphic History el the Jewish Heritage, edited by P. Woiiman
Tiamlr. IIS. published by Shenaeht. The volume is available at 7j Maiden
Lane, New York, N.Y. 10031 Joseph SchUno is president el the society dis-
tnbutlnt the volume i
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
Carteret Changes Name,
Adds Four So. Fla. Branches
Carteret Savings and Loan an-
jnced that it has changed its
me to Carteret Savings Bank to
lect a wider range of products
services it now offers to con-
I. r> and businesses, and has
fnificantly increased the
u ber 'if its locations in South
\r\<\:\ with the opening Jan. 25
new branches in Broward
tj and one in Dade County.
ne new Broward County bran-
-a ted in Coral Springs.
fr I "reek and 1-audorhill, will
Carteret's branch network
hat country to ten. The new of-
are located at 2344 N.
iversity Drive. 163 N.
.erline Road and 7544 Com-
cial Boulevard, respectively,
fhboring Dade County will
have four offices with the
ung of the new Carteret loca-
at 18525 NE 18 Avenue.
Miami Beach.
four newly established
It hes bring Carteret's total
n of branch offices in
Ida to 37. Carteret's Dade,
vani and Palm Beach loca-
i currently include branch of-
in Miami Beach, North
ii. Mallandale, Fort Lander
Pompano, Lighthouse
It. Deerfield Beach. Boca
Mi. Delray Beach. Boynton
Eh. I^antana. Lake Worth.
: Palm Beach and Palm Beach
dens, with branch offices
lling 14 in Palm Beach County
"The addition of four new full-
service offices in the same state
over a single weekend is hardly a
common occurrence. To invest
this much at one time is an index
of the confidence that Carteret
has in the Florida economy and
the financial services needs of its
people." said Robert B. O'Brien
Jr.. Carteret's chairman and chief
executive officer.
Carteret's Florida branches cur-
rently account for 28 percent of
the institution's $4 billion in
deposits and 30 percent of its
overall $4.2 billion in loans. "Our
Florida customers borrow a bit
more than they deposit and we
would expect this ratio to con-
tinue," said Irwin Lubar, senior
vice president of branch
administration.
Carteret contributes additional-
ly to the Florida economy through
an annual payroll of $8 million,
and a $5 million annual purchase
of supplies, he noted.
Carteret. now the 17th largest
publicly-owned savings institution
in the U.S., was founded in New
Jersey in 1888 and has 51 branch
offices in that state. The company
recently announced plans to ac-
quire the $50-million-deposit
Admiral-Builders Savings and
Loan Association in Baltimore,
subject to regulatory approval,
and is considering expansion to
other eastern seaboard states.
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RYAN FEIG
Ryan Oliver Feig. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Steven Feig, will be call-
ed io the Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a student in the
Lehrman Day School and is
Secretary of Kadima.
Ryan is in the Gifted Porgram
at Lehrman Day School. He is a
member of Mensa which is a Na-
tional Honor Society for the
Gifted. He writes for the school
newspaper, enjoys drama, sports,
computers and loves to collect
baseball cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Feig will host the
Kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion and a recep-
tion on Saturday at the temple.
Special guests will include many
friends and relatives from home
and out-of-town.
STEVEN BOTWINIK
Steven Marshall Botwinik, son
of Marvin and Ronelle Botwinik
of West Kendall, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan.
25 at Temple Samu-El.
Steven is an eighth grader at
Hammocks Junior High School.
A reception in his honor was
held at Kendale Lakes Country
Club.
LESLIE BOTT
I^eslie Caroline Bott, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Kermit Bott. will
be called to the Torah as Bat Mitz-
vah on Saturday at Temple Bet
Shira.
The celebrant was a graduate of
the Solomon Schechter Day
School and is a member of the Bet
Shira Choir.
She attends Southwood Junior
High School where she is in the
8th grade. She is a member of the
concert band where she plays the
clarinet, is a member of the Na-
tional Junior Honor Society, plays
the position of pitcher on the
Howard Palmetto Khoury League
(Softball).
Dr. and Mrs. Bott will host the
kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion and a recep-
tion Saturday at the Sheraton
River House.
Special guests will include
grandparents Rubin and Dorothy
Bott.
HEATHER ANNE LAVAN
Heather Anne Lavan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lavan.
will be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbis Leon
Kronish, Gary Glickstein. Harry
Jolt, and Paul Caplan will
officiate.
Heather is a student of the Con-
firmation Class of 5748.
Legal Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Party Line Foods at
17631 NE 7 PI.. Miami. Ft 3362 in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK ROTHOLZ
19522 January 10.17,24.31.1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name DORA PALMER in
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of^the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Luis 0. Argiliay
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Synagogue
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A0ATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Baa ch 9471435
Rabbi Slmcha Frssdmsn
Cantor Ian Alpem Conservative
Frt. p.m.
Sal. 8 30 a.m.
Daily eervicee at'30 em
and s 30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM
5980 N. Kendall Dr.
S Miami 667-6667
Dr. Herbert Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
James L. Simon. Associate Rabbi
Frt. US p-m.; attar eervtcea Dr Marry Ortimi y
wi" apeak on. The Original Intent oi the
Bibte-Decooina Ihe Technical Language
>' 11:15 a m Bar Mttrveh, Qrehem wTmo
Sal
and Kenneth Druckerman
Rabbi Baumgard win apeak
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S W 3rd Avenue
Dr. Sol Landau. ._,_-.
Rabbi Emeritus 'V!
Rev Milton Freemen '3t
Ritual Director
Jacob E. Tambor. Cantor
Frt. 5:30 pm
Sal. ( am Reboi Jack hkerner. guest, will
omclate through Fab 15. Kiddush win
follow MInchah at S SO axel.
Oally semcee are Sunday al I a.m. and
S 30 p.m.. Monday and Thursday al 7: JO a.m.
. Wedfi
and scat) pa. and Tuesday. Wedneedey
and Friday al 7 45 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.
BETH KODESM
Conservative
1101 S.W 12 Ave
Rabbi Mai Shapiro
Cantor Joseph Kriaael
Ross Berlin Executive Secretary
858-6334
Sal a46 a.m Reotx BxejBS and Cantor Krteeei
rill otliclata The Ten Cocnmendwaenla will be
reed and interpreted Sun 30 a m.. Ma adult
aerial ot dlacuaalona on reUgloua concepla
rill continue
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Temple Bsth Snmuel
1700 Michigan Ave Miami Beach
534 721 3 534 7214 _
Barry J Konovltch, Rabbi 'fh't
Moshs Buryn. Cantor ? '
Sergio Qroblsr. President
Sholem Epsibsum. President
Religious Committee
Shebbel Services S 30 a.m
Sermon 10 30
Dairy Minyan
D
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Berget
Yehuda Sh.lman. Cantor
Maurice Klein. Ritual Director
Gerald Taub Executive Director
Frl p m Or. Lehrman will I
act) on. "A
The
Basest
Tribute lo Merlin Luther King, Jr
Cenackance ol America '
Canker SWlmen wW chani
Sal 9 am The Rabbi will preech on me
weekly port Ion ot the Bible
Bar Mttzveh. Ryan Oliver
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH-EL CONGREGATION
24)00 Plnetree Drive Miami Beach
532 6421
Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schltf
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Greater Mismi
kaemr Pioneer Reform Congregation
137 NE. 19th St.. Miami. 573-5900
9990 N. Kendall Dr.. 565-5055
Senior Rabbi Hasksll Bsmat
Assistant Rabbi Rsx 0. Perimeter
Cantor Jacob G Bomstsin
AssoctSeS Cantor RaWhsNs F. Neieon
Executive Director Philip S Goidin
Director of Education
And Programming Jack L Spark
Frt I p.m. Downtown, Rabbi Perimeter will
speak on. "Shades of the Color Purple."
Cantor Bornaiein will chant
In Kendall. ".ebb. Bernal will preach on.
When Did You Meer Ood'a Voice? Centor
Neieon win chant.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Bhrd Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B. Elaenatat Rsbbi
Friday
> '5 p.m
TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Llncoin Rd. Tsi 534-9776
DR. DAVID RAAB. Rsbbi
Shoehanah Rsab. Cantor
Servtcee Fit 7:30 p.m
Sal a30. m
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St.. Miami Bssch 33141
Rabbi Mayor Abramowttz _^
Cantor Murray Yavneri 'Srj
Horning eervtcea am -S-
'ride, late
Frtdeyl
S-15pm
Seturdey e.m. and '45 pm.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
222S NE 121 St.. N. Miami. FL 33181
881 5508 Conaervatlve
Or. Israel Jacobs, Rabbi _
Rabbi Joseph A Gorllnke' 'JLV,
Rabbi Emeritus %'
Moshs Frlsdwsr. Cantor
Frt.tp.ai.
Sal 10 45 a.m. Rabbi Jacobs sermon will be.
"The Greet Demote
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1546 Jefferson A**.. M.B.. FL 3312
Tsi. 536-4112
Rsbbi Dr Jehuda Mseber
Cantor Nlssim Benyamim
DeNys
Rebbi
SO am Tu
eervtceeSam 5 5-SOp.m Sal S:16a.m
day Advancr,
'ad
dHe
EngHeh BMMe Cleee a 46 a m
BET SHIRA CONGREGATION
7500 S W 120rh Street
236-2601
Rebbi DavM H. Auerbach
Cantor Hosrard Bandar
Cantor Saul Msiasls
Frl Spm Set SJOem

966-6345
666-9633
TEMPLE NER TAMIO
7902 Carry re Ave .
Miami Bssch 33141
Rabbi Eugene LsboviU
Cantor Edward Klein
Oerry Senrlcee Sam and 5 30 p m
Set 5:45 am
Frt. late eery. S p.m.
SHAARAY TEFILLAH
of North Miami Bssch
971 Northeast 172nd St
North Miami Beach
651 1562
Yaakov Sprung. Rabbi
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
382-0696
Rabbi Warren KSBZtl Modern Ortnodoi
RsMbsaW RaSsaaTtl tvlll assSttjOdJa*ar> y CO**e
eareka srvlsss sat SJO a-a. si T
Samu-El. S3S3 S W 152nd Ave.
eouth m 534-72311
Chsae Ave 1 *1st 9t isaaraO
dr leon KRoaataM. rmmmm aemer Rebw
OARY A. OLIOta^SIN. ReSaH
MARRY JOLT. leBnil ReaSM
PAUL 0 CAPLAM. AaeieteM Rabbi
C ANTOR 0AVI0 COT*V1SER
Frl S15pm Rebbi OHckekeln wwi epeek on.
The CsaxeaswOir. The Csairasnswissli. end
The Commended Set 10-45 em
Bel bMUveh. Heather AnneUvan
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947 7526
1051 N Miami Bssch Blvd
Or Max A. LipschlU. Rsbbi
Randall Konigsburg. Asst. Rabbi
2ve* Aroni, Cantor
Harvey L Brown. Exec Director
Daily aarvtoea. Monday Thuredey
7:30 a.m. and 5 30 p.m.. /'
Frtday 7:30 a.m.. 5 16 pm and 3 p.m..
Seturdey 6 JS a m and Sp m
Sundeylam and s 30 p m
w
TEMPLE SINAI 1M01 NE 22 Av.
Nofth Cj-aKtst % fWlofm Coftofsoslton
RaJpnP Kingsley Rabb, 932-9010
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay, Administrator
Frt. p m Femwy sstvlsi end S:16 o.m lake
with kebbl Kawjslll'a I
Uneucoeeeful C
"Set
Sal 1030am Bar Mtn eh. Steven
TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER
6000 Miller Dr. Conservative
271-2311 -gv
Dr Norman N Shapiro Rabbi '*)
Beniamm Adler. Cantor v^-r
David Rosenthai Auxiliary Cantor
Frt. a 16 pm Or Shaptrawwi olllclakt. Cento,
- *dler will chant
sal. S a.m. Minim aenHcee are on Mondev!
andThuradaysat 7 .nxandSuri-ie4l2e!
m^m^^mmmm^^mmmmm^m
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Legal Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 85-5087
I>iiK> 03
IN RK KSTATE OF
ABRAHAM POSNER. a.Va
ABRAHAM POSNER
KLECHESKJ
alia ABRAHAM POSNER K .
Deceased
NOTICE OF
UIMIMSTRATION
awnioatflMma of the estate
M POSNER a/ka
M P 0 SNF.R
KLECHI ABRAHAM
- Kil.
\t pendmg ir
the I
Fk-r .. the ad
TV
umr and :*i Curator
and the Curator's attorney are set
forth hafe*
.Ml interested persons art- requ
ired :<.. file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all chums
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person or.
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 31. 1966
Curator
IRVING CYPEN
Cypen. Cypen A Dribin
P O Box 402099
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative
MICHAEL A DRIBIN. ESQ.
CYPEN. CYPEN A DRIBIN
P.O. BOX 402099
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone (305) 532-3200
19677 January 31;
February 7. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TH* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADR COUNTY
Crvfl Artie. N*. 80-03199
IN RE The Mamafe of
ORCHID GOMES.
PeOuoneWWife
and
ANTHONY GOMES.
Respondent Hueband
TO: Mr. Anthony Gomes
Darceuil Lane.
Bakwaat, Trinidad
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
(Bed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it. on
Arthur H Lipeon. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 801
NE 197 Street. Suite 312. Miami
Reach. Florida 33162. and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before February
28. 1986 otherwise a detank will
be entered against you for the
rebel demanded m the complaint
or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
t said court at Miami. Florida on
this 23rd day of January, 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dads County. Florida
By CLARTNDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Cireurt Court Seal)
1!*55* JanuarySl
February 7. 14. 21.1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADR COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASK NO: 84-43264 (36)
IN RE The Minay of:
BRANET BRJGNOLLE.
and
PENELOPE BRJGNOLLE
TO: PENELOPE BRJGNOLLE
R dmes unknown, you shall
serve copy of your Answer to the
Petsbon for Dawiiksti i of Mar
rage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS.
Attorney. 611 HiatRnast 12th
Aee.. Missat. Florida. 33136 and
fist orupnal with Court Clerk oa or
before Feb 28. 1916: anVaTwtOI a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fife Nastker 86-434
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
CELIA KOLB.
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of CELIA KOLB. deceased. File
Yimher MMSS i02). is pending ;n
--uit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
.uidress of which is 71 W Flagier
St Miami. Florida 33130 The
names and addresses of the
n-rsonal representative and *he
;*rsonal representative's attorney
are set forui bal i
All interested persons are
-.his court.
WITHIN THREE V'
BUCATK '
IH1S N"T! E 111 *.. claims
Ji any
. an interested persor.
whom this notice was served
tfeaJ challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 31. 1986
Personal Representative:
ZEV W KOGAN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Personal Repre-
-.-ntstive
RAPHAEL K. YUNES
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (305) 5384216
19672 JanuarySl.
February 7.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Df
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Arties) NO. 86-81841
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARLI RODRIGUEZ.
Petitioner "Wife
and
ROBERTO BELTRAN
RODRIGUEZ
Respondent/Husband.
TO ROBERTO BELTRAN
RODRIGUEZ
Cordoba 2635 1st Floor.
Apt No. 4
Buenos Aires. Argentina. S.A
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ
tan defenses, if any. to it on
GEORGE L. MACHIN. ESQ.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress is 1840 Watt 49th St Suite
106 Hialeah. FL 33012. and file the
original with the derk of the above
styled court on or before February
21 st. 1*86; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
Thai notice shall be pubhahed
one* each weak for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami, Florida on
Has 15 day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By J BYRON
as Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
George L Marhm Esa
1840 West 49th Street/Suite 106
Haueah FL 88012
19646 January 24.81;
February 7.14. 1986
PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS
ANNUAL REPORT
The ejaassj report of the private
foundation SIB FOUNDATION
for th* year ended Nov SO, lags,
required to be filed under Section
6046 Internal Revenue Code a
available for public inspection st its
principal office, 240 Comsat Av* .
Beach. Florida, far
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring' to
engage in business under the ftc-
titious name FELLER
PROPERTIES at 3580 N W 52nd
Street. Miami. Florida 33142 in
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
Ivan Feller
Natalie Cohen
Attorney for Apphrant
Stanley M Pred. Esquire
January 31.
February 7. 14 21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 18441
DiMsina 01
IN RK ESTATE OF
MARION ISRAEL NEWMAN
Nonci OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
.f MARION ISRAEL .ieceased.
File Number 86-545. is pending in
the Circuit Court for i>ade County
Florida. Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 78 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Florida 33160 The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or junsdir
uon of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of thai Notice has
begun on January 31. 1986
Personal Representative
TILUE ISRAEL
App B404
2371 Colons Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
LILLIAN ROSEN
Apt. B404
2371 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for Personal
Representative
ABRAHAM A GALBUT
GALBUT. GALBUT A MENTN
999 Washington At anus
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (306( 6724100
19679 JanuarySl.
February 7. 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
BY T Casamayor
19667 January 11.
ty7. 14.21, 1986
NOTRE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CTRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
( ml Artie*. Na. 86 8S944
IN RE The Marriage of
ZVT HORE BERCOVTTS.
Petitioner Husband
and
SANDRA JEAN BERCOVTTS.
Respondent/Wife.
TO Sandra Jean Bcrcovits
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Divorce
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written rlefmsts, if any. to it.
on MICHAEL J ALMAN.
ESQUIRE, attorney for Husband.
who** tddri is 999 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida
331S9. and file the orunnal with
the derk of the above styled court
on or before February 28. 1986;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be pubhahed
once each week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the teal
of satd court at Miami Florida on
thai 22nd day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As dark. Circuit Court
Dane County. Floods
By CLARTNDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL J. ALMAN
ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT A MENTN
afissai Banc*, Fionas 81188
Attorns! far Husband
1WA8 Jaryll,
'"'wary ^. 14. SI. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nanahee 86-249
In vision 03
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RACHEL CAPLAN FRANKEL
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of RACHEL CAPLAN
FRANKEL. decessed. File
Number 86-240. is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 W. Flagier
St Miami Florida 33130. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative s attorney
are set forth below.
All interested persons are
require.1 I .. vMl this curt
WITHIN THREE MONTHS 01
THE FIRST PUBLK iTTON OF
THIS NO "m~
^Ifa;. .mo i_'i any
ohfB -.Tested p. '
Mtjaa *M asj
that chai:< d*
will the luaJifn-.
personal represents
juried
ALL CLAIMS ASP
OBJECTIONS N wn.i BE FOREVER HARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 81, li*1*
Personal Representative
CONRAD CAPLAN
TVJ N K *6th Court
Pompano Beach. Florida 33t*4
Attorney for Personal Repre
sentative
ABRAHAM A GALBUT.
ESQUIRE
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Florida 33139
Telephone (306)672 3100
19673 January 31
February 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
UN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artie* Na. 86-83188
ACTION FOB DISSOLITION
OF MARRIAGE
Fla Bar N*. 151623
IN RE The Mamage of
URIAH R GRANT
Petitioner,
and
TRACIE Y GRANT.
Respondent
TO: TRACIE Y GRANT
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Diasolu
bon of Mamage has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve s copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on ALAN S
KESSLER. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is The
Roney Plaxa. Suite M-8. 2301 Col
bos Av* Miami Beach. Florida
33139. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
on or before February 21. 1986.
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand
ed in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 16th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALAN S KESSLER. ESQ.
The Roney Plata. Suit* M-8
2301 Colons Av*.
Miami Beach. FL 33139
Tehphon* (306) 538-4421
19664 January 24. 31;
February 7. 14. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PC CASE NO.. 84-632*5 (24))
IN RE The Mamage of
BERTHA SAINT VIL,
Petitioner /Wife.
vs.
PAUL MICHEL SAINT-VTL.
Respondent
TO PAUL MICHEL
SAINT VIL
RUE SL No. 14S
Cap Haitian. HAITI
shall serve copy of your Answer to
the Petition for Dissolution of Mar
nage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney. 412 Northwest 12th
A**-. Mjaaa. Florida. 3S136. and
nfe origawJ with Court dark on or
before Fab 28. 1986; otherww* .
default w be entered
January 24. 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
BY T Casamayor
1*M6 Jan-ryJl;
February 7. U.21. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 66-0325;,i,,
IN RE: The Mamage of
ODELIN COLIN.
Petitioner.
and
ELOUISE COLIN,
gHsHaHsHM.
TO- ELOUISE COLIN
Residence unknown ^
M-rve copy of your Answer to .j
Petition for Duwnlutior ( y
nage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS
Attorney. 612 North*,
Ave Miami. Florida. SSISfl ^d
file original with C.iu r
bsjkra Feb 28. : R
default will be ei
January 84, '.986.
RICHARD HRINkr R
BTT T C asamay -
; 8BM
February
NOTICE Of M I Ion
ONBTRI < TIW SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT! Ol KTU,
THE ELEVENTH JI UK m
( IRCITTOF FI.orihv is
WD FOR DAM COI NTl
( ml Ac lie* No. 86-03367 IN RE The Mamage of
.WENDol.YN TAYI.iik
Petitioner Wife
%nd
STEVE TAYLOR
Respondent!! unhand
TO Mr Steve Taylor
WB Ward Avenue
Mandevlle. Jamaica
TOU ARE HERERY NiiTI
FIED that an action for Ihvnrct
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a
your wntten defenses if *
on HOWARD H GAI
ESQUIRE, attorney for Wife
whose address b 999 WasMngton
\ venue. Miami Beach Fiords
33139. and file the original with
the derk of the above t> i-i <-ouri
on or before February H 198S.
otherwise s default will be entered
against you for the relief
demandsd m the complaint or
petition
This nobe* shall be published
once each week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the snI
of aaid court at Miami. Florida ob
Uus 24th day of January : --
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By T. CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
HOWARD N GA1.BLT.
ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT A MENTN
999 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Wife
MM JanuarySl.
February 7.14.21 19M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COCNTt
Civil Arts** No. S6-8134K .04)
IN RE: Th* Mamage of
JEANETTE MARIE RHl'l.F
Peuuoner/Wife
and
CLEMENT GEORGE RHII.E
Rsapnndtnt/Husband
TO Clement George Rhui.
Parks Road. Salisbury 11am
St Andrew. Jamaica
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for I>voiet
has been filed against you and rot
are required to serve s copy <*
your written Jifsatii. if any to .
on HOWARD H. CAI.BlT
ESQUIRE, attorney for *.
whose address m 999 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fhrdt
33139. and fite the onginai w
th* dark of th* shove styled cosrt
on or before February 28. 19*
otherwise a default wifl be er-.ereJ
against you for the rli
demanded in the complaint or
pfMjCson
Thai node* thai be publish*
once each week for fotr
consecutive weeks in ""l
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and then*
of said court at Miaim. Floods os
Uus 24th day of January. 1961
R1CHABD F. BRINKER
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Floods
By T. CASAMAYOR
As Deputy Clerk
(Carenst Court Seal)
HOWARD N.
ESQUIRE
GALBUT. GALBUT A MENIN
""Tsiist
GALBl'T.
January
T.14.21."
SI.


Friday, January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 13-B
\blic Notices
Ithe circuit court of
\e eleventh judicial
|r< itt of florida in
nt) for dade county
enkral jurisdiction
division
ase no. 8s-61h7 ca-2s
notice of action
002481
Ign mortgage
IpORATION. f/k/a
Ml'NTTY FEDERAL
IMIS AND LOAN
fKTATION.
mtiff
M( iN'TEJO. et ux.. et al..
danta
RAUL MONTEJO mnd
|\ MONTEJO. his wife.
, (nknown If alive, and
i all parties claiming
bj through, under or
RAIL MONTEJO and
|.\ Ml "NTEJO. his wife, and
having or claiming to
in) right. titJe or interest in
pert) herein described
rob) notified that an
. foreclose a mortgage on
U \mg property in I>ade
Florida:
14 and 15. in Block 14. of
IPIC HEIGHTS, according
I Plat thereof, as recorded in
ofe 10. at Page 2. of the
Records of Dade County.
.. has been filed against you
pu are required to serve a
^f your written defenses, if
it. on Sheppard Faber.
pey for Plaintiff, whose
is Suite 214 1570
I,-.-. Avenue. Cora] liable*.
33146 on or before
r> 28. 1986. and file the
I with the clerk of this court
Il'fi>re service on Plaintiffs
t "T immediately
otherwise a default will
Brad against you for the
\. .!! ded in the complaint.
. E SS my hand and the seal
BOHrl this 24th day of
...
IIARDP BRINKKK
u13erfc <>f the Court
H\ D.C BRYANT
\ Deputy Clerk
January 31.
February 7. 14.21. I*fe6
NOTICE OF ACTION
|STRl (TIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IF. CnCtflT COURT IN
OR THE 11TH JUDICIAL
IT IN DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
I \SE NO. 86-02095
|>N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
nrida Bar No. 045920
|THE MARRIAGE OF
1 \ -oCORRo BORRAS.
I'Ionerwife
K>RRA8,
INDANT
vN KoRRAS.
rnt and address unknown
ARE HEREBY
lED that an action for
on of Marriage has be*n
iinst you and you are re-
erve a copy of your writ-
lenses, if any. to it on
CR B LEBOWITZ. at
Ifor Petitioner, whose ad
|801 Arthur Godfrey Road,
or. Miami Beach. Florida
Mi file the original with
nf the above styled court
rfore February 21. 1986.
' a default will be entered
) h. for the relief demand
| complaint or petition
t88 my hand and the seal
urt at Miami. Florida on
iy of January, 1986.
"URD P BRINKER
|Clerk. Circuit Court
1 County. Florida
Iy D.C BRYANT
[As Deputy Clerk
Tourt Seal)
B LEBOWITZ. ESQ
ur Godfrey Rd.. 2nd Floor
ch. Florida 33140
1-0000
January 24. 31;
February 7. 14.1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artie* Ne. 86-02662
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE- The Marriage of
GREGORIO CHIRINO
GRAVERAN.
Petitioner.
and
RAMONA NUNEZ.
Respondent.
TO: RAMONA NUNEZ
Call.' 28. No. 356
Vedado. Habana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of 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 MELVIN J ASHER.
ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 825 South
Bayshore Drive, Suite 543. Miami.
Florida 33131. and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 28,
1986. otherwise a default will he
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 22nd day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
19557 January 24. 31.
February 7, 14. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nussber 8-41
Diviaoa (04)
IN RE ESTATE OF
JOHN F SHIELDS
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the estate
of JOHN F SHIELDS, deceased.
File Number 86-41 (04). is pending
in the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division,
the address nf which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. FL 33130.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
aegun on January' 24. 1986
Personal Representative
GLADYS SAAVEDRA
3933 S.W 91st Avenue
Miami. FL 33165
Co-Personal Representative:
THEODORE R NELSON. ESQ
1136 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands, FL 33154
Attorney for Personal Repre
tentative.
SELSON A FELDMAN. PA.
1135 Kane Concourse
Say Harbor Islands. FL 33154
Telephone: (306) 865-5716
19648 January 24. 31, 1986
lOTICE UNDER
1TIOU8 NAME LAW
pE IS HEREBY GIVEN
undersigned, desiring to
business under the flc
I name Piergiorgio at
N.W. 79th Avenue.
lorida 33126. intends to
ud name with the Clerk
lit Court of Dade Coun-
Piergiorgio
of Florida. Inc.
January 31:
February 7.14.21.1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Expositions
Unlimited at 14411 S Dixie
Highway. Miami. Fla 33176 in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Saul Mandell
fastf, January 17, 24. 31;
February 7.1986
Attorney Lester Rogers
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nassber 86-2*3
Divsioa02
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIA GENIVARA DEL
SOCORRO HOYOS DE DUQUE,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that the edministra
lion of the estate of MARIA
GENIVARA DEL SOCORRO
HOYOS DE DUQUE. deceased.
File Number 86-293. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street. Miami, Florida 33130. The
personal representative of the
estate is Manuel Zaiac, whose ad-
dress is 150 S E 2nd Ave.. Suite
610. Miami. Florida 33131 The
name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MON
THS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk of
the above court a written state
ment of any claim or demand they
may have Each claim must he in
writing and must indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed.
If the claim is not yet due, the date
when it will become due shall be
stated If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated. If the
claim is secured, the security shall
be described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each per-
sonal representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has been
mailed are required. WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file any objections
they may have that challenge the
validity of the decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FIL-
ED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication of
this Notice of Administration:
January 24. 1986.
Manuel Zaiac
As Personal Representative
of the estate of
Maria Gemvara del Socorro
Hoyo* de Duque
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
Manuel Zaiac
150 SW 2nd Ave.. Suite 610
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone (3051 358-4580
19556 lanuary 24. 31. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO: 86-00987
IN RE: The Marriage of:
MARIE CIANE L SAMEDI.
Petitioner,
and
OLTES SAMEDI.
Respondent.
TO: OLTES SAMEDI. Residence
unknown, you shall serve copy of
your Answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage upon
GEORGE NICHOLAS. Attorney.
612 Northwest 12th Ave.. Miami.
Florida 33136, and file original
with Court Clerk on or before
February 14, 1986; otherwise a
default will be entered
January 9. 1986
RICHARD BRINKER
BY: C.P. COPELAND
19631 January 17. 24,31,
February 7, 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Roommate Services
at 4694 Palm Ave Hialeah. Fla..
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JEAN KULLEK
19621 January U,17,I4,S1,1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOE
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nassber 86-177
Diviaoa 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDITH O. HUBBS
Deceased
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The Administration of the estate
of EDITH 0. HUBBS. deceased.
File Number 86-177 is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami. FL 33130 The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
Tl< INS NOT S( l FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
!-gun on January' '-4. 1986.
Personal Representative
Carol A. Entrekin
13666 SW 117 Lane
Miami. Florida 331m;
Attorney for Personal Rep-
resentative
Paul R. Stanton
Wellisch. Metzger
& Stanton. PA.
161 Aim. na Avenue. Suite 200E
Coral Gables. Florida
Telephone: (305) 445-7954
19660 January 24. 31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Channel One Media
Communications at 13150 SW IS
Ijme Miami intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Palm Media Communications
Corporation
Attorney Keith W Saks
2701 SW Le Jeune Rd
Suite 401 C.G 33134
19534 January 17.24, 31,
February' 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fie
titious name Harriet Efrom Enter
prises at 4633 Adams Ave Miami
Beach. Florida 33140 intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida.
Harriet Efrom
19536 January 17.24.81;
February 7, 198--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 86-47273 CA-02
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
LINCOLN SERVICE
CORPORATION.
Plaintiff
vs.
DONALD TYRELL
HENDERSON
et ux.. et a]..
Defendants.
TO: DONALD TYRELL
HENDERSON and WANDA
HENDERSON, his wife
Residence Unknown
If alive and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against them, and all par-
ties having or churning to have any
right, title or interest in the pro-
perty herein described.
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in DADE
County. Florida:
Lot 13. Block 1. of HYDE PARK
MANOR, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book 47.
Page 21 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
Gables. Florida. 33146 on or before
February 21. 1986. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13 day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By D.C. Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19537 January 17,24.31;
February 7,1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 86-49779 CA-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organized and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
vs.
HECTOR C MALDONADO.
et al.,
Defendants.
TO: MARIA M CUEVAS.
Residence Unknown. If alive, and
if dead, all parties claiming
interest by, through, under or
against MARIA M. CUEVAS. and
all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in
the property herein described
You are notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in DADE
County. Florida: Unit 86. of
WILDW(X)I) RIVER VILLAS
CONDOMINIUM, a
Condominium, according to the
Declaration of Condominium
thereof, recorded in Official
Records Book 11209. at Page
2448, of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to it on
Sheppard Faber, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address is Suite
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral
(tables. Florida 33146. on or before
February 21. 1986. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default v. ill
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13th day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By D.C BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19541 Januarv 17, 24.31,
February 7, 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action
No: 85-36963 Ft 23
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HANSON MORRIS
and
SANDRIA MORRIS
TO Sandna Morns
5 Dillsbury Avenue
Kingston 8. Jamaica
A petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses on
Alec Ross', attorney for Petitioner,
at 16400 NE. 19 Ave.. Miami. Fla
and file the original with the clerk
of the above court on or before
February 21. 1986; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
Dated in Miami on January 13.
1986
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By: D. C Bryant
As Deputy Clerk
19539 January 17.24.31;
February 7. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-47275 CA-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
GREAT FINANCIAL FEDERAL
Plaintiff
vs.
JUAN PEDRO SAN
MARTIN, et ux.. et al..
Defendants.
TO JUAN PEDRO SAN MARTIN
and GLADYS SAN MARTIN, his
wife. Residence Unknown, If alive,
and if dead, all parties claiming
interest by. through, under or
against JUAN PEDRO SAN
MARTIN and GLADYS SAN
MARTIN, his wife, and all parties
having or claiming to have any
right, title or interest in the
property herein described.
You are notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in DADE
County. Florida Lot 16, in Block
259. of REVISED PLAT OF
CORAL GABLES RIVIERA
SECTION PART II. according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 28 at Page 23. of the
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida, has been filed against you
and you an- required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on Sheppard Faber.
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address is Suite 214. 1570
Madruga Avenue. Coral Gables,
Florida 33146. on or before
February 21. 1986. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 13th day of
January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
A3 Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19540 January 17,24. 31;
February 7. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Artie* No: 86-01608
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
OLIVE CROSBY
and
CECIL CROSBY
TO: CECIL CROSBY
24 Minstreal Street
Kingston 12. Jamaica
A Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed in this
court and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses on
Alec Roes, sttorney for Petitioner,
at 16400 N E. 19 Ave.. Miami, Fla.
and file the original with the derk
of the above court on or before
February 21, 1986, otherwise a
default will be entered against you.
Dated in Miami on January 14.
1986.
RICHARD BRINKER
Clerk
Dade County. Florida
By J. Byron
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
19643 January 17,24. SI;
February 7.1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desinng to
engage m business at 1679 Alton
Road. Miami Beach. Florida
33139, under the fictitious name of
KING'S SHOE REBUILDERS.
intends to register the said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
ALTON-LINCOLN
SHOE REPAIR, INC
BY: Harold Barkowrtx, President
1679 Alton Road
Miami Beach. FL 33139
George J Alboum
ALBOl'M and FURLONG
Attorneys At Law
333 Arthur Godfrey Road. Suite
104
Miami Beach. FL 33140
Tel. No (305) 538-6741
19630 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 86-00090 (99)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Bar No. 014496
IN RE: The marriage of:
LIONEL BAYARD.
Petitioner/Husband
and
OLA M BAYARD.
Respondent/Wife
YOU. OLA M
residence unknown,
to file your answer to the petition
for for dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a copy thereof upon the peti
tioner's attorneys. Herman Cohen
and Martin Cohen. 622 SW. 1st.
Street. Miami. Fla. 33130. on or
before February 7, 1986. or else
petition will be confessed.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court, at Miami. Dade County.
Florida, this January 2. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
By: T. Casamayor
Deputy Clerk
19619 January 10. 17. 24.31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Party Lane Foods at
17631 NE 7 PL, Miami, FL 33162
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
JACK ROTHOLZ
19622 January 10. 17.24. SI. 1986
BAYARD,
are required
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Public Notices/
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious nsine ATLANTIK BEACH
HOTEL, t 1150 S.W 72nd
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33126. in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida-
Sun A Sea Estates Ltd.
Lucaya. Grand Bahama, Island
Bahamas
19514 January 10.17. 24. 31.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 85-39618 CA-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
02481
LIBERTY SAVINGS
BANK. F.S.B..
Plaintiff
I
vs.
OSCAR SARMIENTO.
et ux. et al .
Defendants.
TO: OSCAR SARMIENTO and'
ELMA SARMIENTO. his wife.,
Residence Unknown. If alive, and |
if dead, all parties claiming in-
terest by. through, under or
against OSCAR SARMIENTO and ,
ELMA SARMIENTO. his wife,
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest
in the property herein described
You arc hereby notified that an
action to foreclose s mortgage on
the following property in Dade
County. Florida:
Lot 1. in Block 3. of TOBLER
TERRACE. FIRST ADDITION.'
according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 51. at Page
97. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida, has been filed
against you and you are required j
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it. on Sheppard
Faber. Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is Suite 214. 1570
Madruga Avenue. Coral Gables.
Florida. SSI46 on or before
February 28. 1986. and file the
mginal with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiff" i
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the compslint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 24th day of
January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19563 January 31.
February 7. 14.21. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-49780 CA-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
1250 west AVENUE
OOaVORATION
Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 85-47845 CA-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
02481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organised and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America,
Plaintiff
vm.
JOEL INZINA. et ux., et at,
Defendants.
TO: JOEL INZINA and
FRANCES INZINA. his wife and
THOMAS A. PRENTISS and
ADDETTE PRENTISS f/k/a
ADDETTE DIE JOIA. his wife
Residence Unknown
If alive, and if dead, all parties
claiming interest by. through.
under or against JOEL INZINA
and FRANCES INZINA. his wife
and THOMAS A. PRENTISS and
ADDETTE PRENTISS f/lt/a
ADDETTE DIE JOIA. his wife,
and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest
in the property herein described
You are hereby notified that an
action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following ptoperty in DADE
County. Florida: Unit 12. Building
11. in HERON AT THE
HAMMOCKS, s Condominium.
the Declaration of which was
recorded August 30. 1982. under
Clerk's File No. 82R-107385, and
in Official Records Book 11542. at
Page 2022. of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida, together
with an undivided interest in the
common elements appurtenant
thereto set forth in said
Declaration, has been filed against
you and you are required to serve s
copy of your written defenses, if
any. to it on Sheppard Faber.
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address is Suite 214. 1570
Madruga Avenue. Coral Gables.
Florida. S3146 on or before
February 14. 1988. and file the
original with the clerk of this court
either before service on Plaintiff"
attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 6th day of
January. 1986.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19525 January 10 17. 24. 31. 1986
CARLOS RODRIGUEZ, rt ux.. et
al..
Defendant*
TO- CARLOS RODRIGUEZ and
EMMA RODRIGUEZ hii wife
1250 West Avenue
No 12-F
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described 1
property:
Unit 12-F. in BAY GARDEN-
MANOR CONDOMINIUM,
according to the Declaration
recorded in Official Records Book
10661. at Page 2436. of the Public-|
Records of Dade County. Florida,
has been filed against you and you j
are required to serve s copy of j
your written defenses, if any. to it.
on Sheppard Faber. Attorney for
Plaintiff whose address is Suit* I
214. 1570 Madruga Avenue. Coral I
Gables. Florida, 3S146 on or before,
February 14. 1986 and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
rebef demanded in the complaiiit.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 6th day of
January. 19*6
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
January 10. 17.24.31.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 85-49065 CA-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
002481
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORT
GAGE ASSOCIATION, an
association organised and existing
under the laws of the United
States of America.
Plaintiff
vs.
MAX A LOPEZ, et ux. etal
Defendants.
TO MAX A LOPEZ and
CLEOPATRA LOPEZ, his wife
764 S.W 97th Place Circle
Miami. Florida 33174
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described
property:
Lot 68. Block 2. LES CHALETS
II. according to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 119. at Page
26. of the Public Records of Dade
County. Florida, has been filed
against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it. on Sheppard
Faber Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address is Suite 214. 1570
Madruga Avenue. Coral Gables.
Florida. 33146 on or before
February 14. 1986 and file the
anginal with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter cxherwise s default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 6th day sj
January 1986.
RKHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
19626 January 10. 17. 24.31.1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOE
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
(UK No. 66*40061
FAMILY DIVISION
FL BAR 368014
In re the marriage of
SUSAN L ROLLE
Petitioner
and
NAPOLEON ROLLE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NAPOLEON ROLLE.
P.O. Box 294.
Freeport, Bahamas
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for dissolution of marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses upon: I. J.
GRAFF. ESQ. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 633 N.E.
167 St. N.M.B. Florida 3S162. on
or before February 14. 1988. and
file the original with the clerk of
this court otherwise a default will
be entered against you.
DATED: January 2. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: K. Seifried
As Deputy Clerk
19520 January 10. 17. 24.31, 1986
NOTICE UNDER
Ficrmous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name TOBA APART
MENTS at 1023 Pennsylvania
Avenue. Miami Beach. Fla. intend
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
David Muhlrad
Candace G. Muhlrad
19676 January 31:
February 7. 14. 21. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(REAL PROPERTY"i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artioa Ne. 85-47705 (02)
ACTION FOR SPECIFIC
PERFORMANCE. UNJUST
ENRICHMENT
All of Lot 2. Edgewster Park
Manor, recorded in Plat Book 48 at
page 30 of the Public Records of
Dade County. Florida a/k/a 800
South Royal Pninruuia. Miami Spr
ings. Florida
EIGHT HUNDRED POIN
CIANA. INC..
Plaintiff
VS
JUAN LDQUE.
Defendant
TO: JUAN LUQUE
2929 Riveriand Rd
Ft Lauderdale. Fla.
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
fied that an action for for Specific
Performance and Unjust Enrich
ment has been filed against you
and you are required to serve |
' your written defenses, if
any' to it'on ALAN S KESSI.ER.
attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad
dress is The Ri>ne\ Plaza. Suite
M HOI CoaYsV Ave Miami
Beach Plon.la 33139 and file the
original with the clerk jf the above
styled court on or before February
21 1986 otherwise a default will
be entered against you I
'.-manded in the -nmpuunt
or pet:'
This notice shall he published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE JEWISH
FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 16th day of January. 1986.
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By DC. BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALAN S KESSLER. ESQ
The Roney Plaza. Suite M-8
2301 Collins Ave
Miami Beach. FL 33139
Teiphone: (306) 538-4421
19553 January 24. 31
February 7. 14. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage m business under the fir
titioui name EL MUNDO
GROCERY st 1555 Washington
Miami Beach intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty. Florida
AlcidesP
155.'. Washington Ave
Miami Beach. Fla.
19671 January31.
February 7. 14.21. 1986
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nuasber 88-186
DiviaioaOl
IN RE ESTATE OF
SARAH LEVINE.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate
of SARAH LEVINE. deceased.
File Number 86-186. is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the ad
dress of which is 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. FL 33130. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All interested persons are re-
quired to file with this court,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE: (1) all claims
against the estate and (2) any ob-
jection by an interested person on
whom this notice was served that
challenges the validity of the will.
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on January 24. 1986
Personal Representative.
HAN AN C SELVTN
38-03 Grant Street
Fairlawn. New Jersey 04710
HERBERT M GUSTON
139 Hamstown Road
Glen Rock. N J 07452
Attorney for Personal
Representative
ABRAHAM A. GALBUT
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 3S1S9
Telephone (305) 672-3100
19655 January 24. 31 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
case no. oi aim
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Florida Bar No. 045920
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARTHA SOCORRO BORRAS.
PETITIONER/WIFE
vs.
JUAN BORRAS
RESPONDENT
TO JUAN BORRAS.
Resident and address
unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution if Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on
WALTER B LEBOWITZ. at
torney for Petitioner, whose ad-
dress i* Hid Arthur Godfrey Road.
2nd Floor. Miami Beach, Florida
33140. an file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court ssj
or before February Jl 1986.
otherwise i oefault will be <
against you for U rajjoi >< mind-
ed in the complaint ..r peti'
WITNESS my nand and the seal
of this ;t lav of JjMsaan I M
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
WALTER B LEBOWITZ. ESQ
801 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. 2nd Floor
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
(306)5320000
19652 January 24. 31:
February 7. 14. 1986
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 86-02270
IN RE The Marriage of.
MARITZA PRADO.
Petitioner,
and
ALEJANDRO G PRADO.
Respondent
TO ALEJANDRO G PRADO.
Residence unknown, you shall
serve copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS.
Attorney. west 12th
Ave Miami. Florida. 33136. and
,nnal with Court Clerk on or
before February 21 1986. other-
wise s default will be entered
January 17. 1986.
RICHARD BRINKER
BY C.P OOPELAND
19551 January 24. 31.
HbsswMJ : 7 1H86
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Roommate Services
at 4694 Palm Ave Hialiah. Fla. m
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
JEAN KULLER
19521 January 10. 17.24.31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Nicholas Theories
d/b/a Super Puzena at 2255 S.W.
32 Avenue. Miami. Fl intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty. Honda
Nickolas Theodes. Owner
David R. Weaasman
Attorney for Applicant
19523 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1988
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Artioa No. 85 238*7 FC 24
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
REYNOLD WILLIAMS. Husband
and
JOYCE WILLIAMS. Wife
TO Ms Joyce Williams
1200 Belle Glade Avenue
Belle Glade. FL 33430
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on Arthur
H. Lipson. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 801 NE 167
Street. Ste 312. North Miami
Beach. Florida 33162. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before February
14. 1988. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 7th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By DC BRYANT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
19528 January 10. 17. 24. 31. 1986
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTION SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION No 84-O098O-21
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PI BLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
LJNDA BONIA WOLANOW8KJ
Petitioner
and
DANIEL AKYEAH LoWN
Respondent
TO Daniel Aryeah Lown
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTJ
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed and commenced in this court
and you are required to serve a
saw of your writtei lefenses. if
any. t-. it on ME1.V1N J ASHER
ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner
whoa* address is H25 South
Bayshore Dme. Suite MS, Miami
Florida 33131, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before February 14
1986. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 9th day of January. 1986
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C.P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
19532 January 17.24. 31.
February 7. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious nsme RAIMBOW
STORES D4C al ITOT N W II
Ave. Hialeah. Florida 33015.
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Fare Vega
MM January 17.24. 31.
February 7. 11*86
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME La*
NOTICE IS HEREBY cSg.
that the undersign., djgj
** in business under thT Ci
titious name ANGEL DE UPat
intends to register said nsm. wl
the Clerk of the Circuit cJLTJI
Dade County. Florida
Fernando A. Groan
1560 Jefferson Ave f^ -
Miami Beach. KI. 33139'
*7 Janusr,,.
February: 14. 21.io "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVF\
that the underaignen learn*. J
engage in business under the fc.
titious name Super Vi
Warehouses at 150n Ssji |1
Avenue. Suite 200. rJ Gshk
Florida 3S146. intend? to rtgsa*
with the Clerk of &,
Court of Dade County
Circuit
Florida
19561
SHOPCEN II
WVESTMEVTS
January 11,1
February 7 4.21.18SJ
ELEVENT CIRCUIT COtlT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 84-03254 ,U,
IN RE. The Marriage of
LEONTES AUGUST Al..
Petitioner,
and
ANN VERA AUGU8TAL,
Respondent
TO: ANN VERA Al GUSTaJ
Residence unknown, yss sail
serve copy of your Answer tc ail
Petition for Dnsolutior of aVl
nage upon GEORGE NICHOLAS,!
Attorney. 612 Northwest 12a|
Ave.. Miami. Fionas S31M, utl
file anginal with Court Clerk we I
before February 28 :*&6. wise a default will be entered
January 24. 1986
RICHARD BRISKER
BY. T CASAMAiuR
19684 January 111
February'. 11.21. II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE RE in lilYBl
that the undersignc: ieunari|
engage in business under the (
titious nsme PSOFESSKMl
DENTAL NETWORK it 2SMI
Dixie Hajhway. Muur.: PI S'j
intends to register sai-i name il
the Clerk of the Chart Court i\
Dade County. Florida
Dental Mana*-
Group. Inc
-...(. Jsnusrylll
February 7 : 21.1*1
IN THE CIRCUIT C0ltT|
COURT F'K
DADE COUNTY. H ORIDa
PROBATE DIVISION
File Neater M-1M
IN RE ESTATE 01
ABRAHAM ADEI.MW
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATE'N
The admimstrat.' '
of ABRAHAM \ *VJ
deceased. File Naail 1 |
pending in the 3res
Dour c.Hinty. Hot
Ihvuuon. the aodrev.- :..**'
Flagier *ial
Florida 33180 The nar a/w|
dreeees of the persona
tative and the persona. repr*"*!
Uuve's attorney r- -et *
below
All interested per-----art
uuired to file with UM jl
WITHIN THREE M< 'STHS 01
THE FIRST PUBLU A :iOHO
THIS NOTICE: (1) *U
against the estate and i2) say *I
jecuon by an interestei per*
whom this notice wss nuukd **|
challenges the valid:'
the qualifications of the peral
represents Live, venue, or jur*
tion of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AN; 'H-'U
TIONS NOT SO FILEI > WILLr
FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this S" '-**
begun on January 24
Personal RepresenUtivt
HELEN MIS
155-15 Jewel A
Hushing. Long I- '"!
New York 11887
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
Peter Strelkow Res
Frank. Strelkow an.)
502 Capital Bank Bu.
1666 Kennedy Causeway
North Bay Viallge. Fta
Telephone: (305)868 i'\:
19547 January J) '**


Leading Auto Firm Commissions Study
Of Its Wartime Use Of Slave Labor
Friday, January 31. 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 15-B
Bv DAVID KANTOK
BONN (JTAi The
Daimler-Benr A ().. the
St uttpart-based automobile
giant which manufactures
'he prestigious Mercedes,
has commissioned an in-
dependent study of the com-
pany's history which in-
cludes the utilization of
slave labor during the Nazi
era.
company spokesman has
told reporters that the study may
ead to the payment of reparations
to surviving slave laborers, many
if whom are Jews, or to their
'.unities. He said the company ex-
erts to have a full account of the
natter sometime next tall and will
decide then how to proceed. He
stressed that the question of
reparations will not be limited to
the legal aspects.
THE COLOGNE-BASED
I Society for Business History was
l.-ngaged in 190 to do research in
[connection with the company's
I planned centenary celebrations.
Their work includes an historical
account titled 'Daimler-Benz in
1 the Years From 1933 to 1945."
According to Hans Pohl. an ad-
visor to the Society. Daimler-Benz
ised POWs and concentration
amp inmates to expedite military
I production after the start of
I World War II.
According to his preliminary
Ifrom 20 Nazi-occupied countries
I were forced to work for Daimler
IH.tiz at its various plants. Pohl
said large numbers of them were
lews. The company, which has not
|[>aid reparations to date, said it
hu no* ban confronted witl
specific demands t<> do h
Pohl mid ha hu concluded n
the la.si. or' evidence on hand tha'
Daimler Benz did not identu.
itself with Uie Nazis beyond what
#a abaotntat) neceaaarj to knap
the company in operation While
most >f the Board members were
members of the Nazi Party, many
of them joined after the Nazis
took power in 1933.
AN EXCEPTION was Wilhelm
Kissel. Board chairman when the
war broke out. He joined the Nazi
Party in 1934 but had been a
member of the SS and of a Nazi
professinal organization before
then. Kissel died in 1942 and was
succeeded by Wilhelm Haspel.
who was not a Nazi Party-
member.
Daimler-Benz was Germany's
third largest motor company in
the 1930"s and. in order to sur-
vive, had to cooperate with the
Nazis, Pohl reported. He said that
as more and more male auto
workers were recruited into the
army, the company employed
women and forced laborers, in-
cluding concentration camp in-
mates and POWs. They were
assigned by the State Labor Ex-
change as needed, he said.
ONE BOARD member. Jacob
Werlin, was Hitler's expert on
matters relating to automobile
pn>duction. Pohl said. But he
reportedly used his contact with
Hitler to advance the interests of
Daimler-Benz.
Daimler-Benz is one of the few
German industries to voluntarily
investigate its wartime activities
and relations with the Nazi regime
and to consider reparations to
lave laborer! without being or i
Ided Earlier thia montn. the
Flick industrial conglomerate iiO
the equivalent of $2 million u>
1 onferenca on Jewial Material
(.aims Against Germany
renresenting Jewish ilavc
aboreri used by one of ita sub-
sidiaries. Dynamit Nobel.
But this was done only after
nearly 20 years of fruitless
negotiations and after Flick s new
>wners. the Deutsche Bank, ap-
proved the payment as a
"humanitarian gesture." not a
legal obligation. Other German in-
lustnes that have paid repara-
tions to slave laborers include
Krupp, Siemens and I.G. Farben.
Obituaries
KAPLOWITZ. Estelle. 75. of Miami
January 22. The Rivrrside
BECKER Sophie, of Miami Beach. Rubin- ]
Zilbert Memorial Chapel.
MORRIS. Rose L January 22 Services
were held
NEISSER. Erwin. of Miami Beach Rubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel
RE ISM AN. Diana Jacobson. Services in
New York City The Riverside
SEGLIN, Joseph, of Miami Beach. Rubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel.
SILVEKBEKC. Moms, of Miami Rubin
Zilbert Memorial Chapel
STOI.AR. Ida. January 8. Services were
held in Rockville. Ml)
BASS. Sarah F of Miami Beach. Jan. 28
The Riverside.
BERISH, Pearl. tiT. of Miami Beach Jan
26 The Riverside
COHEN. Sadie, of North Miami Beach Jan
26 Services were held in New York.
ESTERSON. Mull,,-, of Miami Beach
Rubin Zilbert Memorial Chapel.
WITT. Bettv T.. of Miami Beach. Jan. 28
The Riverside
ZIMMERMAN. Charles. Ml. of North Miami
Beach. Jan. 25. The Riverside
Weekly j* ues
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You Can't Be Fully Informed With Less
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KOTIIBKKI,
Nathan. 73. of Roval Pairr 8ach. passed
away January 22 He was !>rn in Sacramen
u>. California He a*., -in lirecior of in-
i.wisl. WstfsT* IB FsdaraCMM in Tampa
and Sacramen'. l -.> :.< iftbtjes
1 i>mmumt\ i a r\-. I lie Tenn
Tampa and La* leu sun
M nis wile Loom MM Msrtm Snaronl. "f
Miami and Km- E eel Virffinia
Drothaf I>r Mm Rotfebsn Royal Pain.
Idl; ami fou grand riiiarei. I
Mi.-hael Aaron an.: ^hin, aarvteaa srsn

REISMAN
lhana .litcubsnn. babrrad wife of the lal<-
Kalman itwofd EBOthar Mtchaal ami
Halm-; motherin-ia* of Mahnoush Arsa
niani and Nikki Shaff Keisman. cherished
grandmother of Anna Beth Lisa Ruth.
Deborah Shai. Molly 1-eah and Sara Han
nah. dear sister of Abraham Jacobson and
Anna Schwartz. Services were field January
Vi at the Riverside "fi Street *nd Aflsstar
lam Avenue. New York QtJ
BKKNSTEIN. Mrs. Nettie, of Miami Beach
Interment in N Y Rubin Zilbert Memorial
Chapel
BLAl.'STEIN. Mue U, of North Miami
Beach. January 2.'t. The Riverside.
MELMKEK
Kdwar' Eddie/ K, of Miami Beacr.
paaaeo awn Sundav Jaii M Hi- was *
lutriK--- im uraaldarii 'he I
Lea/u- M iiir rWi-h patrol
Vanel* ii- n aflabai
the Boar I ---- if trx Miami Opar
\s-. : Ipera Gvfid
wel a> -Tianv oCfttf cine and ^'..-tainmeri
reiaie-: rgamaaoaru Hi -- atvari
tan ires manlsri \ anei hfldrei
Hospita H > Mian hildrai
Hoaprta ri< '' Banaoi
i.to^rT'e"' 'an'Mr*- Lionel Barnet '*
grand I'er ka->vi and Mar Barnal an
iii.-i-- aphewa Saw % rk and Pali
Bearf. jwnmai *-
FKINHKKi.
R..s mi Miani. iieai'i. ,........a> Sunda>
Jan 2fc She is survivea hy her husi>aiid. Joe
son. Eli Michael, brothers. Charles an.l
Howard Leviton BlasberK Chape!
DOCK
Beatrice. 72 ia- made ler home in Miam.
for the pah' SO Mara, -uming from CMcOMi
Palls. MA Boa paaaad iraj Monday, Jan
J7 She is survived :>> Ser husband. Israel
ami several nieces and ne|hew^ Siti in-
were held.
WELLMAN. Murray. 89. of Miami Beach
Jan 25. The Riverside
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In so many ways, Rabbi Irving Lahrman, spiritual laadar of Tampla EmanuEl slnca 1943,
exemplifies what Go/da Meir stood for. Like tha Prima Minlstar, Rabbi Lahrman has unalflshly
dadlcatad his Ufa to tha Jewish tradition and to Jawlsh paopla avarywhara, not only at his
congragatlon In Miami Beach, but also to tha Jawlsh communltlas In South Florida and tha
Unitad Statas. Additionally, ha has been a staunch supporter of tha Stata of Israal and a
laadar and friend to har paopla.
Tharafora, It is approprlata that
The State of Israel Bond Organization
will honor
Rabbi Irving Lehrman

with the
Golda Meir Leadership Award
to be presented
at the
International Dinner
Thursday, February 6,1986
Cocktails 6:30 p.m.
Dinner 7:30 p.m.
Fontainebleau Hilton
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Couvert- $60 per person Block He optional
PHILIP T. WARREN
General Campaign Chairman
SIDNEY COOPERMAN
Dinner Chairman
Dietary laws observed.
RSVP 531-6731


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New staffer heads
Information and Referral Service
In December, Nancy Zombek join-
ed the Federation staff as director of
the Federation Information and
Referral Senrice. She replaces Mar
tha Cohen, who retired.
Zombek earned her master's
degree in social work at Barn.
University, and has gained ex-
perience in home health work and
psychological counseling with an em-
phasis in medical social work at
several area nursing homes and
hospitals- Prior to taking the position
with Federation. Zombek worked at
the North Shore Medical Center,
where she did counseling, discharge
planning and group work.
Zombek says her major goal for
the Federation Information and
Referrai Service is to expand eom-
tnuaity awareness of the program's
existance. "The Information and
Referrai Service is an important com-
munity resource. It could provide
heip to many more people with many
types of problems, if only they knew
that heip was just a phone call awav."
Zombek said. She added that she
would also like medical professionals
and local service agencies to be more
aware of the services offered by the
program.
The Federation Information and
Referra; Service provides a free,
centralized resource for people in
need of all types of assistance Hous-
ed in the Federation building the
Service m each client's needs
and determines which agencies can
best provide the necessary help. The
Service then makes the appropriate
referrals. The Service later makes a
follow-up call to the chent to deter-
mine whether help was provided by
the suggested agency and to provide
additional assistance if necessary
The Information and Referral Ser
nee receives more than 200 inquiries
each month from people seeking
referrals, and an addkinwal 100 from
individuals seeking information of
various kinds. Many uujm n i are
from famines outside of Florida
regarding elderly parents or other
relatives who reside m our communi-
ty About 75 percent of the clients
served by the program are older than
60 years of age
"Lifestyle." a newsletter of the In-
formation and Referral Service, is
distributed to all of the Service's
elderly clients and some agencies and
synagogues It provides information
regarding programs and services of
particular interest to the elderly
Zombek is currently seeking to
entahhsh a corn of volunteers to
assist at the Federation Information
and Referral Service. If you are in-
terested in volunteering, or need in-
formation or help, please give Nancv
a call at 576-4000.
Federation
needs YOU. ..
Although many people make
generous gifts to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
paign, relatively few of them take the
extra step of becoming volunteer
workers and bringing the campaign
to other prospective contributors
Of the quarter of a million Jews
who live in Dade County, only a small
number give regularly to the" Federa
aon's campaign In a demographic
study commissioned by the Federa
txm. most non-givers, when asked
why they failed to contribute, stated
that they had never been asked to do
so.
According to Aaron Podhurst.
general campaign chairman. "This
finding in addition to the met that,
despite our community's generosity.
last year the Federation was unable
to fund 60 very important programs
indicates that we significantly need
to increase our volunteer work force
in order to bring our campaign closer
to its potential. The giver." Podhurst
said, "is the hfeblood of tan com-
munity But those who gvn their tune
in addition to their gifts are even
more rare and ensrial to the survival
of our campaign and our Jewish
community. We must increase our
volunteer work force so that we car.
bring Federation's imaaagf to those
who have not yet been reached on
behalf of the campaign." he added.
Your Federation needs YOl"
Please call 576-4000 and say you'll
help.
CAMPAIGN
Agency campaign steering committee formed
Builders Dinner at Omni February 27
Westview C.C Dinner on March 9
YLOSouth Dade join forces at campaign event
ISRAEL/AGENCIES
Operation Moses process continues
Ahyah Center pilot trips
Fit* hosts Jewish Awareness Week
WOMEN'S DIVISION
Speoai event to focus on art
Rosano Kennedy to speak at BPW gathering
Miami Beach Women Campaign at sea
Vtzcaya site for South Dade Women
BPW offer* networking program
"From generation to generation" the theme at SW Dade Event
ND Women at Turnberrv February 21
WD Hold the Date
SOUTH DADE BRANCH
Photo highlights
Israel 38 committee plans march
New Committee to explore Synagogue/Federation relations
S.D. Board to participate in learning Institute
South Dade Hold the Date
AGENCIES
JCC presents young shorn--goers series
JFS offers family workshops
Israel Programs Office announces spring programs
HilleJ sponsors weekend retreat
JCC plans Summer Camp programs
SUPER SUNDAY JFTV TELETHON
Speoai section What you need to know for the big went
ALLIANCE DIVISION
Joseph Tommy" Lapid to speak at North Premier event
Fabulous Fiftys" Alliance brunch on February 23
AJhance Division events fill Februa*-. Warch calendar
Alliance Division Hold the Date
ALLIANCE DIVISION PROJECT RENEWAL
Or Aiava gets gateway park
CAMPAIGN/AGENCIES
Attorneys Division annual dinner on March 13
JVS Nutritional Project serves the eider!v
Photo highlights
FEDERATION CABLE TELEVISION
The making of the Super Sunday Telethon
Jewish Televiswn Magazine spotlights social trends
Jewish music radio show airs on Sundays
February program guide
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Federation agencies join in campaign effort
Westview C.C.
dinner March 9
Nancy Lipoff
The Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the lay leaders and ex-
ecutives of Federation's family of
local agencies have embarked upon
an ambitious effort to mobilize sup-
port for the 1986 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign.
The process was initiated by a
group of agency presidents and ex-
ecutives, and continued last Sep-
I tember at the 1986 Campaign Lead-
ership Institute, which was spon-
I sored by Federation's Board of Direc-
tion. At the Institute, agency
I presidents and executives formulated
[an action plan that included a broad
Baaed series of goals which could be
realistically attained in 1986. The
group decided U> meet on a regular
I basis, forming the Agency Campaign
Steering Committee. Federation
President Samuel I. Adler appointed
Nancy liftoff, Federation treasurer
and t>oard member, to head the
group.
According to Lipoff. the committee
has developed three major goals. The
first is to secure 100 percent par-
ticipation of agency board members
in the Federation campaign by assur-
ing that each agency board member
makes a meaningful campaign gift.
The second objective is to designate
the period of February 2-March 15
for agencies to conduct a maximum
number of face-to-face solicitations
with their board members in order to
accomplish the first objective. Final-
ly, it was agreed that membership
agencies, such as the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of Greater Miami,
will develop a strategy to solicit
Federation gifts from its registered
members.
"I am very pleased at the highly
cooperative spirit and the dedication
shown by the members of the Agency
Campaign Steering Committee. In
our preliminary meetings we've
generated a good deal of discussion,
many excellent ideas and a solid
strategy to move forward in the 1986
campaign," noted Lipoff.
"Our Federation campaign is
critical to the future of our agencies. I
think each member of the Steering
Committee recognizes that there is a
great deal at stake, and that only by
working together will we be able to
generate the necessary funds to meet
the full range of human and social
services for those who depend on us
for support." she added.
At its last meeting, the committee
developed a complete program for
Builders Dinner extravaganza
February 27
Spectacular. Extraordinary. Unprecedented. These and other
superlatives are the only way to describe the upcoming annual dinner of the
Builders, Real Estate, Finance and Allied Trades Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
The extravagant is scheduled for Thursday, February 27, at the Omni
International Hotel. "Oar dinner program." noted Builders Division Chair-
man Ezra Katz, "should certainly capture everyone's imagination. We ve
been involved in the planning process for months, and every detail of the
evening will make dinner guests feel they're participating in something
very special and unique."
Katz also announced that Benjamin D. Holloway will be the 1986
honoree of the Builders Division. Holloway is chairman and chief executive
officer of Equitable Real Estate Group, Inc. Holloway continues to be a ma-
jor force in the growth and development of the South Florida community.
"Holloway's contributions to the real estate field, his involvement in civic
affairs, and his philanthropic concerns make his choice as our honoree an
excellent one," Katz noted.
The thing that will make the dinner so unique is its theme, according to
Stephen Bittel. liaison from the Young Leadership Council Campaign Com-
mittee to the Builders Division. The dinner will have a Halley s Comet
motif. "The approach of the comet has certainly captured our collective at-
tention and imagination, and it will provide an excellent vehicle for staging
an outstanding dinner," Bittel said.
While Bittel was not yet willing to reveal all the details, he indicated
that dinner participants will be eligible for a special drawing, and that the
grand prize, to be presented to two lucky winners, is one the winning pair
will long remember. "Not only is this going to be a 'celestial event, it s go-
ing to be an intriguing one. I encourage every member of the Builders Divi-
sion not to miss our dinner. It's going to be a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence,
just like Halley's Comet," concluded Bittel.
Katz and the members of the Builder's Division Dinner Planning Com-
mittee have been seeking corporate sponsors to help defray dinner costs.
"Our corporate sponsors will help make this the biggest and best builder s
Dinner ever. During the evening, we will recognize each corporate sponsor
and pay special tribute to their role in making the evening a success, he
said. Representatives of companies interested in becoming corporate spon-
sors for the dinner are urged to contact Marty Barasch at the Federation by
calling 576-4000, extension 274.
Participation in the Builders. Real Estate, Finance and Allied Trades
Division Annual Dinner will require a minimum gift of $500 to the IW
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund/Project Kenewal-Ur
Akiva Campaign. The dinner couvert is $50 per person.
For reservations and additional information, please call 576-4000. ex-
tension 271.
conducting their individual cam-
paigns, and they agreed to pursue
ways in which these campaigns can
attain maximum visibility in the com-
munity. The blueprint, presented as a
campaign in "three acts," was
developed by Elton Kerness, ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of Greater Miami.
It was also decided that certain
agencies will work together with
Federation's Communications
Department in an effort to develop
educational and promotional
materials which will serve a two-fold
purpose. First, to fully explain the
role agencies play in assisting our
community, and secondly, that agen-
cies, through the promotional
materials, will provide increased
visibility to the Federation campaign.
"The Federation and its agencies
are engaged in a partnership which
benefits countless individuals in our
community. As we continue to work
together that partnership can only
grow stronger. This will be of great
benefit to the Federation campaign
and to our agencies. Ultimately we'll
be able to help more people, fund
more programs and offer a wider
range of services to the needy. That's
what it's all about. And I think,
speaking on behalf of the Agency
Steering Committee, we can feel very
good about the progress we've made
thus far." Lipoff concluded.
To learn more about the Agency
Campaign Division, please contact
Jacob Solomon at Federation.
576-4000. extension 843.
People f\
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Sidney Cooperman
The Westview Country Club will
hold its annual dinner on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1986 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign on Sun-
day, March 9 at the Country Club.
The event will begin with cocktails
at 6:30 p.m. followed by dinner at
7:30. Dress will be informal. Accord-
ing to Westview Federation Commit-
tee Chairman Sidney Cooperman, the
attendance of Westview s members
will once again affirm their continu-
ing collective commitment to the
Federation campaign. James Asher
serves as vice chairman of the
Westview Federation Committee.
For reservations or additional in-
formation, please contact Ellen
Brazer at 576-4000, extension 215.
Other committee members include
L. Jules Arkin, Richard Berkowuz.
Dr. Jeffrey M. Blumenthal. Paul M.
Cummings. Gary W. Dix. Alvin En-
tin. Allen D. Fuller, Bernard C.
Fuller, John Fuller. Larry Fuller. Dr.
Edward Galler. Dr. Mark Gordon.
Burt Haft. Edward Harris. M. Jack
Herman. Donald Jacobson, Dr. Nor-
man Jaffe. Dr. Daniel Kane, Dr.
Sherman Kaplan, Sidney Lefcourt,
David J. Levy. Jr.. Harry A. (Hap)
Levy. Bernard Loring, Geraid A.
Marco. Leon R. Margules, Jeffrey E.
Newman, Wallace Plapinger, Dr.
Robert Rasken, Harry Rott, Dr. Nor-
man J. Russ, Richard P. Russ, Sid
Shneider, George M. Simon, Nathan
Slewett, Seymour Smoller, Simeon
D. Spear and Judge Eugene Weiss.
South Dade and YLC
'blast from the past' in March
The Federation's South Dade
Branch and Young Leadership Coun-
cil (YLC) will join forces for a "Blast
from the Past," a $365 minimum gift
event on behalf of the 1986 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund/Project Renewal-Or Akiva
Campaign.
The first-time event is scheduled
for Saturday, March 22, at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel in downtown Miami.
David Abramowitz and Bob Berrin,
who serve as co-chairmen of the
event, expect the dinner to attract
many new faces to the Federation
family. "South Dade has staged its
highly successful 'Bigger and Better
Event' for the past two years. This
year our combined event will
capitalize on the past successes in
South Dade by promoting community
spirit between the South Dade
Branch and the YLC. As two of the
fastest growing divisions within
Federation, I anticipate we'll attract
many new givers, and that we will
ultimately have a new base of Federa-
tion volunteers," Abramowitz noted.
A planning committee is currently
finalizing the dinner plans and the
evening's entertainment. Berrin
noted that the "Blast from the Past"
will feature music and dancing to the
live sounds of the The Dovells, the
Shirelles, Danny and the Juniors and
The Stompers. "It is certainly going
to be a lively and upbeat evening,"
Berrin said. "There'll be a bit of
nostalgia, and lots of dancing. In all. a
wonderful evening to celebrate our
collective commitment to the Federa-
tion campaign."
The planning committee has
scheduled a number of parlor
meetings in South Dade, on Miami
Beach and in North Dade for the pur-
pose of recruiting table captains for
the "Blast from the Past." If you are
interested in becoming a table cap-
tain, please contact Jerry Neimand at
the South Dade Branch by callirg
251-9334, or call Marsha Kolman it
the Young Leadership Council at
576-4000, extension 290.
Participation in the "Blast from the
Past" will require a minimum gift of
$365 to the 1986 CJA-IEF campaign.
The time of the dinner and the
couvert will be announced in the
March issue of Federation.
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WD to view Judaic art collection BPW to begin 'networking'
Women from all areas of Greater
Miami who make contributions of at
least $1,250 to the Women's Divi-
sion's 1986 CJA-IEF campaign are
united to attend a special showing of
a unique Judaica art collection from
Traditions Art Gallery, in the home of
world-renowned artist Sylvia B.
Levinson. This special Women's Divi-
sion event will be held February 11 at
10:00 a.m.
The Traditions collection includes
the Judaic works of several artists in
various media, including Levinson's
highly acclaimed oils, and two
limited-edition bronze sculptures by
Elliot Miller, created through the
"lost art" of wax casting.
Other pieces which will highlight
the exhibit are mirrored sculptures
by Jeffrey (dick; paper cuts, the
oldest form of Judaica art. by Diane
Palley; a one-of-a-kind creation in
hand-blown French glass; and ivory.
jade and ckriasonne1 jewelry by
Suzanne.
According to Deena Adlerstein.
owner of Traditions, this showing will
include Levinson's first works of
Judaic art. "Ms. Levinson has. in the
past, painted in the style of the tradi-
tional masters." Adlerstein said.
"It's amazing what wonderful things
she has come up with." She added
that Levinson's oils have been ex-
hibited in major art museums
throughout the world.
"Levinson's home is the perfect
place for an intimate art showing."
Adlerstein said. "It is an elegant old
Miami Beach flat, all done in Louis
XIV antiques and crystal chandeliers,
with Levinson's works decorating the
walls. It's a really incredible looking
place."
There is no couvert for attending
the showing, and refreshments will
be served. For reservations or more
information, please call the Women's
Division at 576-4000.
Gall Meyers and Linda Hoffman
serve as CO chairwomen of the event.
BPW 'Shoots for the Stars'
Memi*-rs of the Business and Profes
lional Women's Division (BPW) of the
Federation Women's Division will "shoot
tor the stars" at an event to be held Tues
dai evt-ning. February 11. in the Mayfair
ballroom.
Miami City Commissioner Rosario Ken-
nedy will be the featured guest speaker at
the event, which benefits the 1986 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund/Project Renewal-Or Akiva Cam
paign. Kennedy will discuss her "shoot
for the stars" philosophy. This
philosophy. Kennedy says, helps her to
successfully balance her duties on the Ci
ty Commission with the vice presidency
of real -st;itf company and her four
children.
Ileane Rayman-Kaufman, who set
chairwoman -a tin event Jong with
. "Kennedy ''an serv<
!- an nspiration to all of us who dailj
must balance our roles as professionals,
mothers, wrivea and active community
meml
Neahkk added that "Ms. Kennedy's
philosophy is simply that you should set
your goals, accomplish all you set out to
do and make it happen. When put into
the real terms of a working woman's life,
that seems like an oversimplification of a
very tough situation. But Kennedy stands
as proof that it is possible."
Along with Kennedy's discussion, the
BPW event will feature hot and cold hors
d'oeuvres and dessert and coffee.
Couvert for the evening is $20, and a
minimum gift of $100 to the 1986 CJA-
IEF is required.
For more information about the BPW
campaign event, or for reservations,
please call the Women's Division at
5764000.
Maryanne Witkin se^es as BPW chair-
woman; and Karen Brown and Ray Ellen
Yarkin are BPW vice chairwomen for
campaign.
Miami Beach women 'see it like natives'
Members of the Miami Beach Women's
Division will enjoy a lunch-
eon aboard the yacht "S.S. Doral," on
Wednesday. February 19. begin-
ning at 10:00 a.m. The event, a salute to
the pleasures of Miami living, will feature
discussions by Miami historians Arva
Parka and Myra Farr.
The dairy luncheon will be accompanied
by informal modeling by Cugine.
Couvert for the event is $25. and a
minimum contribution of $125 to the 1986
CJA-IEF is required for attendance.
Space is limited and reservations will be
accepted on a first come, first served
basis. For reservations or more informa-
tion, please call the Women's Division at
5764000.
Vicki Land and Monna Lighte are chair-
women of the Miami Beach campaign
event. Adria Kasken serves as chair-
woman of the Miami Beach Area Board:
and Barbara Aronson and Helene
Berkowitz are Miami Beach vice chair
women for campaign.
South Bade women dine 'al fresco'
at Villa Vizcaya
South Dade area women will have the
opportunity to tour the villa and gardens
of Vizcaya. and enjoy an al fresco lun-
cheon on Tuesday. February 25. in a
Women's Division event on behalf of the
1986 CJA-IEF.
Dora Roth, special emissary to the
Israeli Ambassador's Office, will be guest
speaker at the event. Roth is a survivor of
the Holocaust who has spent her adult life
working for the betterment of the State
of Israel, having served as a liaison for
Project Renewal and having worked for
the Association of Soldiers' Welfare in
Israel.
In addition to Roth's discussion, infor-
mal modeling featuring jewelry from H.
Stern will highlight the South Dade area
event.
Couvert for the event is $25. and a
minimum contribution of $200 to the 1986
CJA-IEF is required for attendance. For
reservations or more information, please
call the Women's Division at 576-4000.
Linda James and Connie Nahmad serve
as chairwomen of the South Dade event.
Elaine Ross is chairwoman of the South
Dade Area Board; and Micki Hochberg
and Barbara Kasper are South Dade vice
chairwomen for campaign.
LiBB Treister, Business and Professional Women's Division (BPWI vice president for
Leadership Development, is pleased to announce a new. monthly "networking" program
designed for women who wish to enhance their professional saw) and meet others in
their respective fields
The series of programs, which will cost less than $10 per session, will consist of infor-
mal dinners with local speakers on various topics of concern to business and professional
women. The BPW is seeking to provide speakers who will discuss central topics to help
women of all fields. All discussions will business and/or Jewish oriented.
The first program in the special networking series will In- held Wednesday evening.
March ">. Subsequently sessions will DC held the first Wednesday of each month, with the
Maj 7 session to be held in conjunction with the BPW installation of new officers.
Maryanne Witkin is chairwoman of the BPW
More information on the networking sessions will bs provided in future issues of
/'../. rottOR, or call the Women's Division at 576-4000.
Southwest women go
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WD Soutkumi area event.
'From Generation
At the Women's Division's Southwest
Dade area campaign event, on Tuesday.
February IK the theme "From Genera-
tion to Generation" will be reflected in a
show with children's fashions from Kid-
ding Around, in The Falls, and Women's
fashions from Ann Taylor. The fashion
show will compliment a brunch, which
begins al 9:80 a.m. at Coconut Grove's
Mayfair H> usi
M i | M V: er, Federation associate
treasurer and national chairman of the
l.IA Young Leadership Cabinet, will
speak on the mportance of the CJA IEF
campaign to our community ai 'i to Jews
throughout the world.
Couvert event is 120, and a
minimum contribution of $52 to the 1986
campaign I For reservations or
more information about the Southwe '
area event, please call the Women's Divi
sion at 576-4<
Yivi Brownstein and .ludi Levensho'
an' chairwomen of the Southwest Dude
event Judy Adler server as chairwoman
of the Southwest Dade Area Board; and
Liz I.itowitz is vice chairwoman for
campaign.
North Dade women volley for CJA-IEF
The North Dade area of the Federa-
tion's Women's Division will hold its
ninth annual North Dade luncheon and
doubles tennis tournament on Friday.
February 21.
The doubles tennis tournament, which
is an optional part of the day's events, will
begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Turnberry Isle
Country Club in North Miami Beach.
Each team of players will compete
against others of their own skill level, and
trophies will be awarded in beginning, in-
termediate and advanced categories.
The luncheon will follow the tennis
tournament at 11:30 a.m. in the Garden
Room of Turnberry Isle at Aventura.
Dora Roth, special emissary to the Israeli
Ambassador's Office, will be guest
speaker at the luncheon. Roth is a
Holocaust survivor who has translated
her tragic experience into productive,
positive action for the benefit of world
Jewry.
Highlighting the luncheon program will
be a fashion show sponsored by Cache'
and presentation of trophies to tennis
tournament winners.
Couvert for the North Dade Area event
is $25 per person, and a minimum con-
tribution of $200 to the 1986 CJA-IEF is
required for attendance.
Stephanie Hirsch. Susan Kleinberg and
Nettie Wiener serve as co-chairwomen of
the event. Debbie Edelman serves as
chairwoman of the Women's Division
North Dade Area Board. Sandy Belkind
and Lenore Elias are North Dade area
campaign chairwomen; and Dorothy
Dobin. Eileen Ginzburg, Monica Gurland.
Elaine Miller. Evelyn Mitchel and Dolly
Waldman are North Dade area campaign
volunteer coordinators.
For more information about the North
Dade area event, or for reservations, call
the Women's Division at 576-4000.
WD Hold the
Date
Sunday. February 2
Super Sunday Temple Israel
Thursday, February 6
Executive Committee Meeting
10:00 a.m.
Temple Israel
Super Week Phonothon
Monday. February 10
Interfaith Day
Coral Cables United Methodist
Church
Tuesday. February 11
$1250 Event At the home of
Sylvia B. Levinson "0 a.m.
BPW "Shoot For the Stars'' -
6:30 p.m.
Mayfair House
Tuesday. February 18
Southwest Dade "Generations"
Brunch
9:30 a.m. Mayfair House
Wednesday. February 19
Miami Beach-
"Miami, See It Like A Native"
10:00 a.m. S.S. Doral
Friday. February 21
North Dade "One People.
One Destiny"
Tennis Tournament and Luncheon
11:30 a.m. Turnberry
Tuesday. February 25
South Dade "The Gardens
of Viscaya"
10:15 a.m. Viscaya Museum
Wednesday. March 5
BPW Networking Program
Thursday. March C
Executive Committee Meeting
10:00 a.m. Federation Building


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Photo highlights
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Above: As part of its annual "Federation Forum"/Public Affair* Seriet
Federation '.- South Dade Branch recently presented a talk on thi Holocaust bf
Dr. DavidS. Wvman. author "'Abandonment of the Jew. Seen at th> i
were: lleft to right I Bert Brown; W'yman; Sharon Atoulau, chairman of tht
Community Education Committee; Larry Meteeh, South Daw run rhairman
far Community Education, Robert Brim Alviu Lloyd Brou-n. chairman of tht
South Dad* Bixtrd: and Miriam Zadok.
Belou f' "i s South Dade Branch recently presented a public tecturt
titled "The Rim and Fail /Latin American Jewry" with guiut tpooktr R
Dr. Richard A Freund. nee rector of the Seminario Robbinico Latino-
Americano in Bueeute Airm Seen at th> event w-r> (left to right)Larry \!<
Freund and Sharon Axoulau.
urn
Israel 38 Committee
marches ahead
Susan Metsch. chairman of Federa-
tion South Dade Branch's "Israel 38"
Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israel In-
dependence Day) March, is pleased to
announce that the March Recruit-
ment Committee will begin its work
with a meeting to be held Wednes-
day, February 5 at 8:00 p.m.
The Recruitment Committee,
chaired by Debby Grodnick, is
charged with the formidable task of
organizing the entire South Dade
Jewish community for participation
in the March.
Grodnick said "The job of the
Recruitment Committee is a difficult
one. but it is crucial to the success of
the March. In order for the March to
be a symbol of our community's
solidarity as it is intended to he
we must get the participation of
every synagogue, agency and
organization in the area. And this is
just what we hope to do."
Fran Berrin. Noga Hoffer. Talma
Keshen and Fran Storper will work
with Grodnick on the Recruitment
Committee, which is still in forma-
tion Within the coming months.
Committee members will speak at
synagogues, schools and other
organizations to encourage participa-
tion in the March, which benefits the
CJA-IEF campaign. The Committee
members also will design materials
for distribution to these
organizations.
The "Israel 38" March will be held
Sunday. April 13 at 3 p.m. in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Community
Centers of Greater Miami. Communi-
ty members will obtain sponsors for
the March, who will make pledges to
the Federation's CJA-IEF campaign.
The March will begin at Ron Ehmann
Park in Kendall, and will end at the
Jewish Community Center of Greater
Miami. South Dade Center, where
the "Israel 38" Celebration, coor-
dinated by the JCC. will begin at I
p.m.
More information about the "Israel
38" March and Celebration will ap-
pear in future issues of Federation, or
call Mama Needle at the Federation
South Dade Branch at 251-9334.
Member* of Federation South Dade Branrh '$ Leadership Itevebnyme*-- I
// rveently took t\me out from an educational program tu smile for the camera.
SD Board establishes
new committee
At us January l meeting, the
Federation South Dade Branch's
Board of Directors approved the
establishment of i pen inent com-
mittee which will work to enl
relationships betwe< i lera-
tion, its beneficiarj agencies, and
synagogues in th
The format ioi I I | new
Synagogue F< derat on Relationships
Committee represent! 'he culmina-
tion of the efforts a I 'on munitj
Services and Planning i' SIM Com
mittee fact-finding effort
pas; sev J month- the CS
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with rei f South
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mips Comm I
During the pel tweei I
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Committ-1
find.' uth
tatives if the I rega
tions Bel SI i I
(Conservative | Coi Bel
Breira (Reform) Congregation
Shaare Tefillal (< '"
Beth Am (Reform)
i Reform) and T< n ;
(Conservative)
As a result the
'SI' Committee did n fact find thai
. irmation of i
Synagogue/Federati
Committee whs deairah .
Committee then praai
mendatioQa in the form
to the South Dade Br .
In the proposal Ben
behalf of the (XV c,
"In view of our finding; the Ca
mumty Semen and P
mittee recommend- that I
tion South Dade Bnu
Director! approve tiv I
Synagogue Federation R
i 'ommittee to
I Pederation and --. ^
Fed* beneffc
S^uth Dade
"Further, thai this
-d of lay
representatives fr
igoguea m South I
!'..!. Branch, I fret
Fe ; | .
arj ag<
D in
Judge Robert H Nea
South Dade Brand
man for Community S and
Planning.
The Community Sen
rung Committee is cur'.
new members. To volunteer l *rt
on tin- CSP lommittee, r for i
information, please call Mai Stt
die at 251-9834.
SD Board begins
learning institute
The Federation's South Dad<
Branch will conduct a new program
of continuing education for ta Board
of Directors, announced Paul
Berkowitz, rice chairman for Hui
Resource Outreach Tl -am.
eatabliahed in the form of a four-part
learning institute on "Living .1.
Ethics m our American Environ-
ment," will be Conducted under the
auspices of the Centra] Agency for
Jewish Education (CAJE)
"The South Dade Board a .-
cited about this innovative program "
Merkow,t/ said This is the first time
in our history that learning institute
has been established as part of our
Board meetings
Each of the four installment.- of the
South Dade Board of Directors
Learning Institute will be conducted
bj Eugene Greenxweig executive
director of CAJE, an.t Ral S
I ipaon, director of CAJE h ititaa
for Jewish Studies < i-
Lipaon will take excerpts
from vanous Jewish M8
how their application to liff
modern Jewish iocm
The first session of the II
held at the South Dade h ardo(
Directors' meeting '
Future sessions are ached tied at pal
of the Board meetings I > heM
February 11. March 1 and Ipril
Serving on the Board
t ommittee are: Paul B
chairman; Dr. Eugene I er. 8W
and Jay Gamberg. Phyllis I SsWBi
Harte;" Manlvn and R
Gail Kwali "Sydney a;
Newmark; Dr Stanle> R
and Barn' White.
SD Hold the Date
Sunday. Februan 2
SUPER SUNDAY
at Temple Israel of Greater Miami
9:00 a.m. 9: Monday. February 3
Community Education
Federation Forum, Public Affairs
Committee
at South Dade Branch
8:00 p.m.
Wednesday. Februan 5
JiShtl i-B,tal11- ('"">m'ttee
7.-8Q p.m.
Tuesday. Februar> 11
SD Board of Directs. M.
Unj|: Institute (2nd in series)
l p m
Tuesday. February 18
leadership Development "Zionism: The Birth of Israel and
Israel Today"
With Eugene Greenxweig
7:48 p.m.
Tuesday. February 25
Leadership Development Gl
"Campaign as a Community Build"*
Proces.-
7:48 p.m.
March 2-4
National UJA Young Leade-
I '< 'nference in Washington 1' '
Saturday. March 22
South Dade and Young I <
Coundl Combined "Blast ft
Past" bigger and better tv
at H-. .- Rcffenci H
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JFS sponsors family workshops
K
&LEIDOSCOP*
YOUNG SHOW-GOERS SCRIES

rshnll I:rn. stnr of "SoPCtrw't
[a> part of "Kaleidoscope A
bung Show-Goers Series." the
ivish Community Centers of
pater Miami, South Dade Center,
present "The Sorcerer's Appren-
nd Other Magical Tales on
nruary 17. The program will be
d at the Miami Senior High School
Bditorium, 2450 S.W. 1st Street, at
a.m. and 1 p.m.
The show, the second in the
jeidoscope Series, is a trilogy of
ferent stories to delight young and
with magic as its unifying theme.
In "Sorcerer's Apprentice," Mar-
shall Izen, the show's creator, plays
the sorcerer in this famous Goethe
tale set to music. Another in the
trilogy, an African folk tale is set to
percussion music and uses large,
beautifully designed paper bag pup-
pets. Completing the trio, "Birth of a
Puppet" is performed to Beethoven's
First Symphony, and actually
demonstrates the creation of
puppets
Izen. winner of two Kmmv Awards.
began his carrar ai a concert pianist,
and has combined his two great loves.
classical music and puppetry, to
create a dynamic children's program.
He is currently a member of
Theatreworks/l'SA, America's
largest and most prominent theater
production and touring group featur-
ing plays for children and family
audiences.
The cost for this performance is $5
for children and adults. Tickets can
be purchased at the South Dade
Center. Call 251-1394.
The Jewish Community Centers of
Greater Miami is part of Federation's
family of agencies and a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund.
The Jewish Community
Centers of Greater Miami,
lichael-Ann Russell Center, is
low in the process of forming a
fewish Community Center
lusic Guild.
The Guild will be instrumen-
in working directly with our
sident orchestra, the Dade
Symphonic Pops, and pro-
moting their programs. If you
are a music lover and would
like to see our music depart-
ment grow, we need you NOW!
Please contact the Cultural
Arts Department at the
Michael-Ann Russell Center,
932-4200.
The spring Series of Family Life
Education Workshops sponsored by
Jewish Family Service of Greater
Miami (JFS) will offer Jews of all
ages positive coping skills to deal
with a variety of contemporary
issues.
Scheduled to begin this month, the
series includes a marriage enrich-
ment seminar for couples, parenting
programs, workshops for parents and
children of divorce and a discussion
group for singles. In addition, JFS
will again offer its popular Stress
Workshop and the Sandwich Genera-
tion Workshop designed for in-
dividuals "caught in between" obliga-
Israel Programs
Office plans
events
The Israel Programs Office has a
full schedule of events planned for
the new year, including a community
celebration of Yom Ha'atzmaut
(Israel Independence Day) and an
Israeli song and dance festival.
On Yom Ha'atzmaut, Wednesday.
May 14. the Israel Programs Office
will join with representatives of
Jewish day schools in Dade and
Broward counties to present a fun-
filled celebration. The day's events
will include a parade. Israeli foods,
performances by choirs and dance
troupes, a Judaica quiz show, and
many other activities, all of which will
be conducted by the students.
The Israel Programs Office also is
planning an exciting "Rikudia and
Zimria" an Israeli song and dance
festival for June, which it hopes
will become an annual tradition for
our community. Song and dance
troupes from religious and day
schools will be coordinated by profes-
sionals to bring Israeli culture to the
streets of Miami.
The Israel Programs Office is a
member of Federation's family of
agencies and a beneficiary of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
XJ camp promises fun for all children
fhis June, something special will
[pen for children at the Jewish
imunity Centers of Greater
li's three Centers. Youngsters
. take part in fun summer ex-
fiences in a uniquely Jewish en-
>nment at the Michael-Ann
Center, the South Dade
liter or the Miami Beach Center.
fch Center's programs cater to the
ds of children from preschool
ugh teenagers entering 10th
ie.
["he Michael-Ann Russell Center,
N.E. 25 Avenue in North
li Beach, offers one of the most
iplete recreational camp facilities
kilable in North Dade. It is located
I a 17-acre site which includes in-
ir and outdoor olympic-size swim-
Ig pools, a fully-equipped air condi-
led gymnasium, racquetball
ts, indoor and outdoor running
cs, multiple ball fields, the Uleta
tr for boating and canoeing, nine
lis courts and many special activi-
eas. The various camp programs
ie Center are geared toward
Iren of specific age groups.
litzanim" is a camping ex-
for pre-school age children,
led to develop skills in sports,
iming. arts and crafts, music,
[drama, under the supervision of
irienced professionals. "Camp
idim" for children in
srgarten through first grade.
"Camp Chaverim" for grades 2-3,
and "Camp Kesher" for 4th-6th
grades, offer a wide range of camp
experiences for youngsters, in addi-
tion to special events incorporating
Judaic themes.
Four specialty camps for children,
grades 4-9. round out the JCC camp
experience. Tennis camp incor-
porates an intense program of tennis
in addition to other camp ex-
periences. Gymnastics camp is also
offered.
Older campers will have the oppor-
tunity to experience either Teen
Safari Camp (grades 7-10) or a
Counselor in Training (CIT) program
(10th graders). Teen Safari Camp
combines the excitement of three
local trips a week with fun recrea-
tional activities at the Center. The
CIT program is structured to meet
the needs of youth interested in
future camp work.
The Miami Beach Center, in its
fourth camp year, also offers a wide
range of activities. The Pre-School
Camp, sponsored in cooperation with
the Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
Hebrew Academy, offers children
ages 2V through 5 a wide variety of
early social contacts in an at
mosphere which helps children reach
their potential as individuals and as
group members. The Kiddie Kamp,
for children ages 2Vi-5, consists of
Judaica activities which reflect
Jewish heritage and culture. Also in
eluded are special aquatics and
physical education activities. All pro-
grams are conducted by trained
professionals.
Senior Camp at the Miami Beach
Center is for boys and girls ages 6
through 13. Special emphasis in the
areas of sports, arts and crafts, music
and drama, along with Jewish
heritage and culture, offer senior
campers a unique combination of ac-
tivities. The Center uses the facilities
of the Miami Beach Youth Center in
order to include bowling and ice
skating in weekly programs.
The South Dade Center, located at
12401 S.W. 102 Avenue in Kendall,
also is gearing up for an exciting sum-
mer camp program. The pre-school
program for 3-5 year olds teaches
children basic skills in sports, swimm-
ing. arts and crafts, nature
awareness, music and dance.
Elementary-school-age children can
join either the "Sabra" program, for
grades 1-2, or the "Halutzim" pro-
gram, grades 3-4. These offer ac-
tivities ranging from cookouts. camp-
craft, fishing, soccer, basketball,
drama and music to computer train-
ing and more. Jewish culture is a
vibrant part of many of the activities.
Elementary and junior high school
students in grades 5, 6, and 7 will
have an extraordinary opportunity in
the "Safari Tzofim" Camp Program.
This program combines the excite-
ment of three local trips each week
tions to aging parents and their own
families.
All workshops are four weeks long
and will be held at JFS offices in
North and South Dade, Miami Beach
and Coral Gables, and at the South
Dade Jewish Community Center. Ad-
\ ance registration is required due to
limited space.
To receive a schedule of workshops,
or for registration information,
please call Susan Rubin, JFS
workshop coordinator, 445-0555.
JFS is a member of Federation's
family of agencies and a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund.
Hillel offers
weekend retreat
Hillel students in South Florida will
attend a weekend retreat February
14 through 16 at Camp Owaissa
Bauer in Homestead.
The program, "Politics and Social
Action in the Jewish Tradition," will
feature Jonathan Kessler, director of
the Political Leadership Development
Program at the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in
Washington, D.C. He will speak on
campus activism and opportunities
for involvement in the political
process.
The weekend will include
workshops, creative drama, discus-
sions and an Israeli style bonfire with
entertainment. The registration fee
is $12. The program is open to all
college-age students. For more infor-
mation, contact vour Hillel director
or the Hillel area* office at 661-8549.
Hillel is a member of Federation's
family of agencies and a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund.
with two remaining days spent in the
camp program at the Center. A
special Super-Safari Camp Program
will be offered this year to children in
grades 7, 8 and 9. The Super-Safari
Camp includes exciting day trips and
week-long overnights, with campers
staying at Jewish Community
Centers throughout Florida.
Tenth graders are offered the op-
portunity to join the Counselor Train-
ing (CIT) Program at the South Dade
Center.
In all the various camp programs,
"Youngsters will have the opportuni-
ty to experience many exciting ac-
tivities in a uniquely Jewish environ-
ment," notes Neal Menachem, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Centers of Greater Miami. "Our pro-
grams and staff together will
guarantee your child a summer camp
experience to remember."
For more information on the JCC
Summer Day Camp in your area, call
Myrna Loman at 932-4200 in North
Dade, Iris Berger at 534-3206 in
Miami Beach, or Gary Bomzer at
251-1394 in South Dade.
The Jewish Community Centers if
Greater Miami is part of Federation's
family of agencies and a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund.
Federation. February 1986 7


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Super Sunday Super Week is for everyone

High School in Israel staffers took
time out from their duties at Super
Sunday 1985 to pose with "Mr.
Feelgood," The happy robot will
return on February t.
Super Sunday/Super Week 1986.
February 2-6, should prove to be the
most exciting phonathon in the six
year history of the event. "We've ad-
ded many new elements to Super
Sunday which should make it a
memorable experience for all of our
volunteers." said Judge Robert H.
Newman, a Super Sunday co-
chairman.
The most notable of the changes
will be the phone room. "In the past
we've had volunteers located in
several different rooms throughout
Temple Israel." noted co-chairman
Saby Behar. "This year all the
volunteers will be making calls in one
room, which should add a great deal
of excitement and enthusiasm to the
day."
Approximately 270 phones will be
set-up in the Wolfson Auditorium of
Temple Israel, and the large numbers
of volunteers who have nre-
Super Week
efforts mount
Judi BiUig, Super Week chairman,
has announced that Super Week slots
are filling fast, but that Jewish
organizations may still sign up. Your
organization can hold its monthly
meeting, then make phone calls on
behalf of the 1986 CJA-IEF campa
ign.
Super Week begins Monday.
February 3, and continues through
Thursday, February 6. Hours for
Super Week are 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
and 2-8 p.m
Grant currently participating in
Super Week are:
Jewish Mimh School of South Florida
Content >Mf| for Jewish Education
t'NmsM (henefwiawu
emaniimtimns)
Fidnmtiin Cable
lof Director,
Mimmi Beach Jewish Community
Center
Armdem* Executive Committee
Sehee* Hillel Communit* Dm*
Hillel Jewish Student Centers of
Greater Minmt
Bnmi HrHh Conned
Fidtrstisn Amsmtt Dimtiuu
Federation Women's Division Ex-
ecutive Committot
Federation ( ammaign Steering
Committee
Young Leadershtm Council
To sign up for Super Week, please
contact Super Sunday Coordinator
Miriam Zatinskv at 576-4000. exten
sion299.
8 Federation, February 1986
Television
registered indicates that all the
phones should be occupied during the
course of the day. Super Sunday
volunteers will start making calls at 9
a.m.. continuing until 9 p.m.
"I believe that we've made Super
Sunday very attractive for all Super
Sunday volunteers there's
something special for everyone on
what is certainly a very special day."
noted William F. Saulson. a Super
Sunday co-chairman. Last year Super
Sunday volunteers raised nearly $2
million, a record for the event.
Saulson continued "It's imperative
that we have all the phones in use
throughout the day. This way we'll be
assured that we'll have the maximum
opportunity to contact our con-
tributors. During Super Sunday and
Super Week we need to reach nearly
40.000 households. That's a massive
undertaking to be sure."
Super Sunday 1986 will kick off
with a special breakfast at 8:00 a.m
for early morning volunteers. This
will be the second annual Super Sun-
day breakfast chaired by Jack
Werksman. Last year's breakfast at-
tracted a large crowd, which helped
to fill the phones at 9:00 a.m. "We
hope to do even better this year. I in-
vite all the Super Sunday volunteers
to join us for breakfast and have the
opportunity to secure the first
pledges for this year's Super Sun-
day." said Werksman.
During Super Week. February 3-6,
calls are placed to businesses as well
as to homes. Judi Bilhc, Super Week
chairman, noted that Jewish groups
and organizations can participate in
Super Week by holding their monthly
meetings at Temple Israel. After the
meetings, participants can staff the
phones and help the CJA-IEF cam
paign effort. During Super Week.
calls will be placed from 9:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon, and from 2.-00 p.m. to
8:00 p.m.
Another special feature at this
year's Super Sunday is the Super
Phoner Room, which will be reserved
for volunteers to make appointments
to visit contributors during Super
Week. As a special incentive, the in-
dividual who secures the most gifts
through scheduled appointments dur-
ing Super Week and the person who
closes the largest number of Super
Phoner gifts on Super Sunday will
receive special door prires. Door
prizes will also be awarded to
volunteers in the main phone room
throughout Super Sunday. "It's easy
to be eligible for a prize just come
to Super Sunday and get on the
phones," pointed out Super Sunday
co-chairman Ellen Rose. All door
prizes will be awarded during
periodic random drawings in the
main phone room. All prizes have
been donated by local businesses.
In the evening, phone volunteers
are invited to staff the phones from
7-9 p.m. then remain at Temple Israel
for an Israeli street party including a
barbeque. entertainment, singing and
dancing, sponsored by the Young
Leadership Council. "The party will
wrap up what should be the most suc-
cessful Super Sunday ever.
Volunteers who staff the phones
deserve a nice 'thank you.' and this is
our way of expressing our apprecia-
tion." said Ellen Rose. The party will
be complimentary for Super Sunday
phone volunteers. There will be a $10
cover charge for YLC members who
wish to attend the bar-b-que but have
not participated during Super
Sunday.
Finally, Super Sunday has an addi
tional new and innovative feature
the JFTV Super Sunday Telethon.
JFTV will air the Telethon on all of
its Dade County cable outlets from
6-8:00 p.m. on Super Sunday. See the
story on Page 9 for more details
regarding the Telethon.
It's not too late to join in Super
Sunday/Super Week 1986. To
volunteer, please call Super Sun
day/Super Week Coordinator Miriam
Zatinsky at 576-4000. extension 299,
or just stop by Temple Israel on
Super Sunday and say you'll help.
,
Members of the Federation's
Women's Division will join in the
Super Sunday spirit with a special
BecUon of the main phone room
reserved especially for them. If you
wish to work with the Women's Divi-
non on Super Sunday and have not
ilready registered as a WD
volunteer, just come to Temple Israel
of Greater Miami on February 2. any
ime between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m..
*nd tell the volunteer at the registra-
Super Sunday Expo
showcases Jewish organizations
Super Sunday means making lots
of phone calls on behalf of the CJA-
IEF campaign, and there will be lots
more to do at Temple Israel on
February 2. The Super Sunday Expo,
which surrounds the courtyard and
the main floor of the temple,
showcases the many fine Jewish
organizations which are an integral
part of our community. On Super
Sunday, take the time to visit the Ex-
po and learn more about the pro-
grams and services each organization
offers.
Organizations participating in the
Super Sunday Expo include:
< entraJ Ammem for Jewtsh Education
Aleranner Muss Himh School in Israel
Israel Bonds
\mtimnal Council of Jewish Women
Bur limn Universitu
Ameriemm Jewish Conaress
Bnmi B'rith Youth Organization
Jrwish (ommmnUf Centers of Greater
Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day
school
Young Judea
Federation's Missions Program
Hillel Jewish Student Centers of
Greater Mimmi
Workmen s Circle
Israel Programs Office
Girl's Town/Or Chmdash
Federation Women's Division
Women i American ORT
Jewish Family Service
South FUrimm Conference on Soviet
Israel Aliymh Center
Jewish Vocational Service
Alexmnder S. Gross Hebrew Academy
Jewish War Veterans Dade County
< ouncil m
Mount Stunt Medical Center
Mount Sinai Health Van
Jewish High School of South Florida
2^!?* ~ "* Miami Beach
B net Aktra
Mimmi^ewish Home and Hospital for
Bnmi B'rith Women Mimmi Council
The Greater Miami Jewishli
the following individuals and J
their participation in Super Surf
sponsors. Through their gerJ
chase telephones for this and!
result in significant cost Jj
efforts.
Firm* Financial Adiu{
Soldia Diamond Imml
Suniland FloirenS
Eisner & Lubin
Dade Paper VompuA
Mr. A Mrs. HarveJU
Mason Distributor*. H
Biscay ne Bank
Sunburst Farms, 1st I
Nine Island Acenstkl
Lehman Auto World
Jefferson National nl
Genesis Deielopmenll
City National Bank A
West-Hem Aircraft *]
CaHton Wilbert Vail]
Vector Land Group. k\
Caplan, Morrison, ml
L. Lmria & Son, 1st 1
Solo Air ConditioniMjl
Radisson Mart PUa\\
Trans-Chemical Cory
Accounting Systems,)!
Displayarama
Bentleu s Luggage GU
John Saxon & Son It
Schecter Beame Bumi
Baron Displays
Capital Bank
Studio Graphics
Rolyn Uthngraphen
Southern Audio Viw.
Phiiiipe European Mt\
Klibaner Sales Aeesai
Supreme Internationii
Mr. Joseph Handel**
Moorf*Hholesale,n\
Adler Group, Inc.
Nu-Art Signs
McDonalds
Mr. Philip Warns
Mr. Jeffrey Berkomt
Mr. and Mrs. HarrettW
Perfume Internatumi I
American Equity
Entin SchscarU
Ernst & Whinney
Dade Business Syste\
Ixicenthol A Horvatkj
Greenberg, Traurig,
Rosen & QuenteL
Enterprise Bank offsi
Mr. Alan J. Kluger
Goldfmrb and Gold, P.
Weberman Caterers /
Cypen, Cyoen & Dns*
Fireman Builders
The Concord Shopp**^
Robert C. Maland, b\\
UJA Young Women'li
GMJF Women Duv*]
Mm Generation Compl
Rhobbe Inc.
Dave Zinn Toyota I*
Biscayne Bay Marr**\
Metro Taxi
Anonymous
Sum Chevrolet Inc.
Smith Mandler
Mr. Barry Ross
Suits Me
Barco Chemicals Da\
Dr. George S. Wist
Farr Tours & Tract!
Beber Silventein & fH
The Continental (omp^
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JFTV Super Sunday Telethon a first!
ition gratefully acknowledges
and professional concerns for
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Federation was able to pur-
Super Sundays, which will
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Mark Wolin
Suzanne Lasky
Super Sunday comes to television
for the first time ever on February 2.
Jevyish Federation Cable Television
(JFTV) will cablecast a telethon on all
of its cable outlets from Temple
Israel of Greater Miami from 6-8 p.m.
"The Super Sunday Telethon will
provide the opportunity for con-
tributors to the Federation campaign
to call in pledges and to share in the
excitement of the event," noted
Samuel Harte, president of Jewish
Federation Cable Television.
"Super Sunday and Super Week
volunteers must make more than
60,000 calls, and often we miss a
potential contributor for one reason
or another. People who aren't home
during the day can tune in to JFTV,
enjoy the program and make their
pledges," continued Harte.
The telethon will be hosted by local
television personality Mark Wolin
and Suzanne Lasky, JFTV director of
broadcast operations. Also scheduled
to appear on the Super Sunday
telethon are South Florida dean of
newscasting Ralph Renick, Channel 7
news anchor Sally Fitz, and Mark
Londner. Viewers will be treated to
informative and lively vignettes
which describe the services and pro-
grams offered by Federation's family
of local beneficiary agencies, inter-
views with celebrities and public of-
ficials attending Super Sunday, and a
behind-the-scenes look at how the
Super Sunday event is organized.
"The JFTV Super Sunday Telethon
will offer viewers a first-hand glimp-
se of what goes on during Super Sun-
day in addition to showing how gifts
to the Federation campaign help our
community, the people of Israel and
Jews in other foreign lands," noted
Lasky.
Local youth join Super Sunday
Those who subscril>e to the Storer
cable system can watch the JFTV
Super Sunday Telethon on channel
P29 in North Dade and channel 14 in
South Dade. Dynamic cable system
subscribers should tune to channel
43. Harte-Hanks will cablecast the
telethon on channel 2, Americable 36,
and Miami Cablevision viewers
should turn to channel 84.
Individuals who do not subscribe to
cable television can still phone in
pledges by calling 578-5000 between
6-8 p.m. on Super Sunday, February
2.
Local businesses
lend a hand
Super Sunday and Super Week
wouldn't be possible without the a-
ssistance of generous Miami area
businesses which donate goods and
services for the event. We wish to ex-
press our appreciation to the follow-
ing businesses and organizations for
their contributions to Super Sun-
day/Super Week 1986.
The Jewish Vocational Service
Nutritional Project, Perfume Inter-
national, Christian Dior, Flagler Dog
Track, L. Luria and Son, Jordan
Marsh, Signature Caterers, Chase &
Sanborn Coffee, Weberman
Caterers, IsraTrade, Miami Tobacco
Co., Foodcrafters, Carnival Fruit,
Henry Lee Company, Novie Iceland,
Bay Purveyors & Distributing Inc.,
A & B Cookies, Paramount Bakery,
Churchill Coffee, Bagel Bar, Lenders
Bagel Bakery, Pic & Pay, Caribbean
Radio, Hebrew National, LOPC.
Barnetts. Spec's Music Inc.,
Claudia's Kitchen and Entenmann's
Bakery.
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orce
Members of the Youth Steering Committee for Super Sunday
Local youth are taking their
rightful place among active Jewish
community members by working to
help make Super Sunday a super
success.
Sheri Ross, chairman of the Youth
Steering Committee for Super Sun-
day, said "Super Sunday was intend-
ed to be a project of, by and for our
Jewish community. It is crucial that
teens as an important part of the
community and as its future leaders
play a significant role in this and
other projects. Most of our teen
groups spend a lot of time just having
fun. There's nothing wrong with that,
but this project will be fun and help
the community, too. This is our train-
ing ground for involvement as
adults," Ross added.
Ross, a member of the Rishon
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Girls (BBG).
is among the leaders of area youth
groups who were appointed by their
advisors or youth directors to serve
on the Youth Steering Committee.
Members of the Committee will in-
volve others in their youth groups in
Super Sunday activities.
Teens will work with other
volunteers on Super Sunday, having
a hand in almost every part of the
day's events. They will conduct phone
solicitations; work with Jewish
Federation Cable Television station
JFTV on the Super Sunday Telethon;
help with traffic control, directing
volunteers to the appropriate places;
pick up and distribute pledge cards
and supplies; give out prizes; help in
the sorting rooms; stuff envelopes in
the mail area; and work as trouble-
shooters and runners.
At a meeting of the Youth Steering
Committee held in early January,
teens had the opportunity tA give
their input into several aspects of
Super Sunday. Not only did the teens
decide which tasks would be ap-
propriate for their peers, but they
also helped determine which
materials were appropriate for
overall worker training and worker
recognition.
At the meeting, members of the
Youth Steering Committee also
learned how to get their chapters in-
volved in Super Sunday, and learned
how to teach them of the great impor-
tance of the project and of the
Federation. After discussion of
overall worker training, the youth
decided that members of their
chapters should have special training,
conducted by their peers.
Ross said "I guess teens are like
everyone else in that you have to
show them how the project affects
them in order to get them psyched for
it. It is important that we have teens
telling other teens how they benefit
from the Federation and Super Sun-
day, because they'll listen to their
friends."
Among the adults and teens serv-
ing on the Youth Steering Committee
for Super Sunday are: David Brook,
Beth Torah United Synagogue Youth
(USY) director; Faith Cohen, B'nei
Akiva shlicha; Mark Dennis, B'nei
Akiva; Marc Frankel, Temple Sinai
Federation of Temple Youth;
Michelle Gaber, Beth Torah USY;
Nate Geller, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Gila Hadani, Temple
Emanuel USY advisor; Helene
Leibowitz, South Dade Jewish Com-
munity Center director of youth pro-
grams; Pam Minkes, Young
Judaea/Hashachar; Rabbi Rex
Perimeter, Temple* Israel of Greater
Miami; Jody Silverman, Temple
Israel Federation of Temple Youth;
Hilary Smith, Temple Emanu-El
USY; and April Strauss, Temple
Solel Federation of Temple Youth.


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Alliance Division to hold landmark North Premier Event
11
Herbert Canarick, chairman of the
Federation's Alliance Division, is
pleased to announce that, for the first
time. 10 North Miami Beach
townhouse, condominium and hi-rise
communities will join together for a
single, $1,000 minimum gift dinner
on behalf of the Federation's 1986
CJA-IEF campaign.
"The Alliance Division North
Premier Event represents a major
landmark for Greater Miami's Jewish
community." Canarick noted. "In the
past, many of the communities held
their own special gifts events while
others had none. This is the first time
that special gifts leaders from M dif-
ferent communities will join together
for one expression of solidarity." he
added.
Joseph "Tommy" Lapid. senior
editor of the Israeli newspaper
Ma'anv. will be guest speaker at the
event, to be held Wednesday evening.
February 12 in the Garden Room of
the Turnberry Country Club. The
event begins with cocktails at 5:30
p.m.. with dinner and dancing to
follow at 6:30. Couvert for the
Alliance Division North Premier
Event is $30 per person, and a
minimum gift of $1,000 to Federa-
tion's 1986 campaign is required for
attendance.
For reservations or more informa-
tion about the Alliance Division
North Premier Event, please contact
Susan Marx at 576-4000. extension
202.
Serving as Alliance Division North
chairmen and co-chairmen are: Nate
Katzen and Milt Engelman of Ad-
miral's Port: Irving Cypers and Abe
Mamies of Arlen House: Hazel
I anarick of the Aventura Communi-
ty: Jack Gellman and Herb Polow of
the California Club: Ann Berman of
Coastal Towers: In- Bicofsky and Leo
Pam of Commodore 21; Charles
Wilder and Jeanette Blumenthal of
Del Prado; Martin Grossman, Mickev
Balsam and Nate Zeller of Galahad:
Ken and Ruth Lewitter. Anne Acker-
man and Mollye Lovinger of Point
East: and Jerome Berliner of
Winston Towers.
Fabulous Fiftys Alliance brunch
Sidney Olson
The new "Fabulous Fiftys"
Alliance of the Federation's Alliance
Division will hold a brunch on Sun
day. February 23. on behalf of the
1986 CJA-IEF campaign, announced
Chairman Sidney Olson. The
Fabulous Fiftys Alliance represents
10 hi-rise communities on Collins
Avenue between 49th and 59th
streets.
Olson said that "With residents of
all of these hi-rises joining together
for the first time on behalf of Federa
tion's campaign, we can't help but be
more successful than in the past,
when some buildings held events and
others didn't. The Alliance allows all
of us to work together for a common
cause and enhances the sense of com-
munity among us."
The Fabulous Fiftys Alliance
Premier Event, which begins at 11:00
a.m. at the Konover Hotel, will
feature guest speaker Jerome
Gleekel, Middle East specialist.
Couvert for the event is $10. and a
minimum gift of $250 to the 1986
CJA-IEF campaign is required for at-
tendance. For reservations or more
information, please call Lynda Green-
field at 576-4000. extension 356.
Mildred Abramowitz serves as
chairman of the Fabulous Fiftys
event. Serving on the Fabulous Fiftys
Executive Committee are: Max I.
Kern, chairman. Carriage House:
Morris Schwartz, chairman. Carriage
Club-North: Molly Cummings, chair-
man. Carriage Club-South; Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Charin, co-chairmen,
and Leon Srago, Corinthian; Ben
Botwinick, chairman. Samuel Gale.
Mina Goldstein. Shara Stock and
Yale Weinstein. Crystal House;
Meyer Myers, chairman. Tower
House; Mollie Lantz and Herbert
Pechman. co-chairmen, 5600; Lester
Abrahamer. chairman. Isadore
Abrams and Buddy Glass. Seacoast
East; Sidney Olson, chairman. Ben
Cutler, Florence Fink and Frank
Kamen, Seacoast V; and Ida
Kesselman. chairman, and Betty
Drier, Seacoast South.
'Hold the date
Sunday, February 9
Maison Grande Coffee
With guest speaker Elton Kerness
at Maison Grande
8:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 16
Galahad Breakfast
With guest speaker Dora Roth
at Galahad Dude "B" Building
9:30 am.
Sunday, February 16
Imperial House Brunch
With guest speaker Jerry Gleekel
at Imperial House Soci.-l Hall
10:30 a.m.
Sunday. March 9
Winston Towers Luncheon
With guest speaker Israel Amitai
at the "200" Building
12:00 noon
Sunday, March 16
5701 Collins Brunch
With guest speaker Dora Roth
at the Doral Beach Hotel
11:00 a.m.
Sunday, March 23
Aventura Brunch
at Turnberry Garden Room
10:00 a.m.
Sunday, March 23
Point East Cocktail Party
With guest speaker Dora Roth
at Point East
5:00 p.m.
Herbert Canarick
Joseph Tommy" Lapid
Alliances to hold campaign events
Several new alliances, formed this
year through Federation's Alliance
Division, have planned exciting cam-
paign events for February and
March. "Each of these events
represents a first-time joint effort
between the participating com-
munities," announced Herb
Canarick. chairman of the Alliance
Division.
Kenilworth/Tiffany
Alliance
The Kenilworth/Tiffany Alliance
will hold a buffet dinner on behalf of
the 1986 CJA-IEF. beginning with
cocktails at 6:00 p.m.. on Monday,
February 10. in the Kenilworth Card
Room. Israel Amitai. renowned
Israeli journalist, television producer
and director, will he guest speaker
The couvert for the Kenil-
worth/Tiffanv Alliance dinner is
$2o per person. Kemlworth/Tiffanv
Alliance Chairmen Mrs. Isaac Gilin-
ski. Mrs. Lazar Gilinski. Bernice
Miller and Seymour Roth, also serve
as chairmen of the event.
For reservations or for more infor-
mation about the Kenilworth/Tiffany
Alliance dinner, please call Adele
Lurie at 576-4000. extension 310.
Harbour House/
Carlton Terrace Alliance
The Harbour House/Carlton Ter-
race Alliance will hold a brunch on
behalf of the 1986 CJA-IEF on Sun-
day. February 23 at 10:00 a.m. at the
White Cypress Restaurant in Har-
bour House South. Israeli Am
bassador Shaul Ramati will be guest
speaker at the event. Couvert is $5.
Harbour House/Carlton Terrace
Alliance Chairmen Ruth K. Herscher
Dr. and Mrs. Elton Resnick and Mrs.
Hank Wolfe, also serve as chairmen
of the event.
Ruth Heracher and Dr. ElUm Rmsmiek
Belle Isle Alliance
The Belle Isle Alliance, comprised
of residents of six buildings on Belle
Isle, will have cocktails and dinner on
Saturday evening. March 1. at the
Costa Brava Restaurant. Israel
Amitai will be the featured shaker
There will be a $20 couvert for the
Belle Isle Alliance event, and a
minimum gift of $500 to the -
CJA-IEF* is required for attenu
Al Isaacson of Costa Brava Mr
chairman of the Belle Isle All
and By Reisman of Terrace Tow<
vice chairman. Bea Durchslag of
Coata Brava is reception chairman
Other buildings in the Belli
Alliance include Belle Plaza. Belle
Towers, Nine Island and I
Terrace.
For reservations or more informa-
tion about the Belle Isle Al
'vent, please call Judv Eitelberg at
5764000, extension 216.
Bea I>urshslag
Admirals Port/
Commodore Plaza Alliance
The Admirals Port/Commodore
Plaza Alliance will hold a cocktail par
ty on Sunday evening, March 2 at
7:30 in the Commodore Plaza Social
Hall. Israel Amitai will be special
guest speaker for the event. A
minimum gift of $100 to the 1986
CJA-IEF is required for attendance
Nate Katzen serves as chairman of
the Admirals Port/Commodore Plata
Alliance. Milt Engelman is Alliance
(C+ntimwd
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lliances to hold campaign events
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division chairman of Admirals Port.
Irving Bocofsky is chairman of Com-
Jjiixlore Plaza, and Leo Pam is 00-
Hi.-iirman.
per reservations or more informa-
tion about the Admirals Port/Com-
hodorc Plaza Affiance cocktail party.
intact Lynda (Greenfield at
176-4000, extension 366.
, r. hatzen
I nity Jewish Alliance
The I'nity (Yachad) Jewish
Klliance, comprised of residents of
fceven communities, will hold a
brunch with speaker Israel Amitai on
Sunday, March 9 at 10:00 a.m. at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
There is a $5 couvert for the
irunch. with a minimum gift of $100
0 the 19S6 Federation campaign.
Mary Ross serves as chairman of
hv I'nity Jewish Alliance. The
>llnwing serve as chairmen and co-
:hairmen of their respective com-
nunities: Jack Leeb of Buckley
l'owers. Bernard Graber and Irving
Feldman of Jade Winds. Al Postal
nd Jesse Behrman of Mar-len
Gardens, Victor Siegel and George
Fpitzer of New Horizons, Charles
Lang of Sky lake. Jack Ablove of
Royal Bahamian, and Jack Haras of
^'ilshire.
For more information about the
1 'nity Jewish Alliance brunch, or for
reservations, contact Hillel Levy at
r*;-4000. extension 348.
tary Ross
California Club Community
In addition to the events planned
(for new alliances, the California Club
Community will hold its annual
L'JAVFederation dinner on Sunday.
February 23 at the Coral Creek Coun-
try ( lub.
The event will honor Jerry Hyams.
California Club Community resi-
Milt, for his outstanding work in
Coordinating the Federation's drive
Shaul Ramati will be guest speaker at
the event, which begins with cocktails
at 5:80 p.m.
There is a couvert of $30 per person
for the dinner, and a minimum gift of
$260 to the 198H CJA-IF.F campaign
is required for attendance.
Jack Gellman serves as Alliance
Division chairman of the California
Club Community. Herb Polow is
chairman of the event, and Lorraine
Weintraub is CO chairman.
For more information al>out the
California Club Community's dinner,
or for reservations, please call Susan
Man at 576-4000, extension 202.
The following people serve as
chairmen of their respective
residences in the California Club
Community: Helen Maislen, Phil Ross
and /.el.la Salomon of Azure Lakes;
Al Bonyor, George Epstein. Bemice
Farber, Rose Klauaner, Lou Rones.
Marty Ginsburg and Irving Volk of
Cannongate; Mickey Abelkop, Harold
Less and Harry Miller of Cedar Glen;
Jerry Altman. Al Ellis. Lucy Levy
and Ben Rabinowitz of Chantilly; Art
Hurwitz and Saul Moldofsky of
Cocowood; and Jerry Hyams and
Shankey Raffel of Country Club.
Also. Herb Polow of Golfwood;
Carol and Dr. Sylvan Lewis of Green-
brook; Sandy fobier of North Lake
Village; George Schoen, Madeline
Schoen and Lorraine Weintraub of
private homes; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Schulman of Quatraine; Harvey Ber-
man of Royal Oaks; Lester Levine
and Beatrice and Dr. Irving
Fernebok of Sandpiper; Herb
Lelchuck of Skylake Villas; and
Seymour Goldschein. Gilda Zeidman
and Jerry Zeidman of Villas On The
Green.
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J Herb Polow.
Or Akiva gets new park
Or Akiva'a new park seen under
construction.
Or Akiva. Miami's Project Renewal
sister city in Israel, is again
l>enefiting from our community's
ongoing partnership. Due to the
generosity of Ralph Chernin and his
family. Or Akiva will soon have a new-
park at the entry point to the
neighl>orhood.
According to Chernin. a member of
Federation's Project Renewal Com
mittee. "the park will clearly identify
Or Akiva. improve its image in the
eyes of residents and visitors by
!>eautifying the area, provide free
play space for children, and serve as a
resting place for residents waiting for
public transportation."
The parcel of land, once vacant and
often filled with litter, has been the
site of construction for two months.
"The Miami Jewish community can
be proud of this gift to the people of
Or Akiva. The park will be a perma-
nent testimony of our friendship,
which has developed over the last
several years," said Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the Project
Renewal Committee.
The Project Renewal Committee is
now planning for its annual visit to Or
Akiva and Jerusalem to consult with
its residents regarding their needs
and to discuss the 1986-87 budget.
Myers also noted that there are other
projects which could be undertaken in
Or Akiva, and can serve as a tribute
or memorial to an individual or family
if a gift is so designated by the donor.
Interested readers are invited to
contact Hillel Levy of the Federation
staff, 576-4000, for additional infor-
mation regarding Project Renewal
activities in Or Akiva.
Ralph Chernin
Stanley C. Myers
IN AMERICA, YOU HAVE TO KILL SOMEONE TO GET 12 YEARS IN PRISON
IN RUSSIA, YOU MAY JUST HAVE TO TEACH HEBREW
"TRIAL
AND
ERROR"
A Ha Bima Theatre production
A dramatic presentation based on actual courtroom notes
of Yuli Edelstein '$ trial on drug charges
PERFORMANCES:
February 11, 1986 7:30 P.M. Beaumont Cinema, University of Miami
February 23. 1986 7:30 P.M. Temple Sinai of North Dade
Tickets $10.00 each
Sponsored by:
B nai H nth Hillel Foundation of University of Miami.
.Judaic Studies Department of University of Miami.
South Florida Conference on Soviet ,lewr\ an arm ol the
(ireater Miami Jewish Federation sCommunilv Relations Committee
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL SFCSJ 576-4000
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Attorneys annual event March 13
The Attorneys Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will hold its annual dinner on behalf
of the 1986 CJA-IEF campaign on
Thursday. March 13 at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel in downtown Miami
Charles C'itrin and Gerald K.
Schwartz serve as co-chairmen of the
event. They announced that partici-
pation at the dinner will require a
minimum family gift of $500 to the
Federation campaign, although those
attorneys belonging to the Young
Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar
may make a minimum gift of $365.
The evening will begin with
cocktails at 5:30 p.m. followed by din-
ner at 6:30. The couvert is $40 per I^ZZZZ
person, and dietary laws will be ^ZHZZZ
observed. -----------
Nutritional Project
cares for the elderly
From its U-ginning in 1973 to the
present, the Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice Nutritional Project in Miami has
relied heavily on older volunte.
help with the operation of the entire
project The Nutritional Project cur-
rently tpproximately I BOO
hot. kosher meals Monday through
Friday to elderly residents of Miami
Beach ami North Miami Beach. More
than 100 volunteers, the majority of
whom are senior citizens, lend their
support to this effort.
JVS volunteers are assigned to
three areas: congregate meals sites,
delivery of meals to the homebound.
and administrative office work.
The Nutritional Project operates
six meal sites on Miami Beach, one in
North Miami Beach, and serves ap-
proximately 1.200 participants each
day. Volunteers help at each site by
setting up tables, serving food, clean-
ing tables, taking attendance and
helping with recreational activities
such as bingo and music presenta-
tions. They help to welcome people to
the sites and help newcomers make
friends and feel comfortable.
JVS provides about 600 meals daily
to homebound participants who are
unable to visit a meal site. A
dedicated group of volunteers from a
condominium complex in North
Miami Beach has been helping to
deliver these meals for many years.
In addition to this group, many other
individuals also have spent their time,
efforts, and gasoline to provide meals
for the homebound clients. In many
"This will lie the second major func-
tion our Division is sponsoring this
year. In November we hosted a very
successful Judicial Reception which
honored our community's judges. At
that event we were able, in an infor-
mal manner, to explain the important
role the Federation performs locally
and in Israel. At our dinner, the At-
torneys Division will once again
demonstrate our collective commit-
ment to Jewish needs," noted Amy
Dean. Attorneys Division chairman.
For reservations or additional in-
formation, please contact Daniel
Lepow at 576-4000. extension 260.
instances, the person who is frail and
homeUiund has little contact with the
outside world, and look.- forward to
the daily visit of "his" driver.
The administrative office of the
JVS Nutritional Project is always >
busy phut- Right :n tin- middle of
things are five lovely and highly skill-
>-d ladies who help with the pa|>er
work that is so necessary for keeping
statistics for the program. They are
involved in checking attendance for
each site, posting daily meals and ac-
tivities for each client, preparing new
client cards, checking new intakes.
and preparing weekly donation
envelopes for the homebound clients.
These women are a valuable addition
to the administrative staff.
The JVS Nutritional Project
volunteers are dedicated, caring peo-
ple. Many have been with the Project
since it began, and most of them
volunteer five days a week. During
1985 they provided approximate!v
60.000 volunteer hours to the Pro-
ject. Without them, the Project would
not be able to operate as well as it
does.
The Federation joins with the JVS
in saluting its volunteers, who help to
make our community a better place.
If you would like to help as a
volunteer of the JVS Nutritional Pro-
ject, please call Steven Weisberg at
673-5106.
JVS is a member of Federation's
family of agencies and a beneficiary
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund.
The Young Leadership Cnuncil recently sponsored Plaza" exhthit Among those attending were (from letll: itickoA \ YLC
StnaJat Committal chairman; AvdfH Magoon, Singlet fnimwiffx eka
the erent; Zena Indan, YLC Smi/lo Committot in ehaimuM, and /
Jeremy l.arkin. Couples 'innuttn chairmen <- The Execute Commtitm of Federation's Cuban Hebrew Division recent
formulaU plans for th, 1989 CJA-IEF campaign Smmattkt matting n
left) Marco* KerbeL secretary; Leon Yarmus, campaign director. ermt
Sostchm. past pnsidcnt; Jose I.urn. tr.asun-r; ami I>r r'elu H Renter, I ubm
Hebrew Diinsum 1HM6 general campaign chairman.
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami recently celebrated its 50th annner-
sary To mark the occasion, the Association honored its past presidents at a
Golden Anniversary Dinner. Seen above are members of the Golden Anniversary
Committee: (from left) Rabbi HaskeU Bernat. Rabbinic Journal chairman. Rabbi
/rrtno Lehrman. Golden Annwersary honorary chairman: Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, Golden Anniversary chairman; and Rabbi Solomon Schxff. ******
vice president of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
i^hl^XS^ Pk 2S (OH ryM) **?"" a nwmtnt *^ Ann and George
Rickarason The Richardsons were recently honored for their support of the JVS
Meal* on Wheels Program, whichbnngs hot kosher meals daUy to the homebound.
12 Federation, February 1986
The Women s Committee of the Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies recently
sponsored A Woman A Her Money. ///." The program focused on planning.*"
the cost of health care. Seen at the event were (from left): Steven Sonenreich. dirtt-
tor of marketing at Mount Sinai Medical Center; Jackie Traung. event co-
cAavrman.Sue Rose Samuels, past chairman of the Public Health Trust ot
gy!1 Memorial Hospital; Betty Cooper, event cochairman and PhyO
Ehrlieh. director of the Older Adult Service Department. Jewish Family Sennet-


The past is our legacy,
the future is our promise
For information contact the Foundation office at:
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137 (305) 576-4000

/ i cL ration, h'rhrwiry 19XH 13


JFTV prepares for
Super Sunday Telethon
For JFTV's production crew, and
for Super Sunday Telethon hosts
Mark Wolin and Suzanne Lasky.
preparing materials and equipment
for the big day may be less of a
challenge than preparing
psychologically for any unforseen
surprizes which may come their way.
"You can prepare and plan
everything down to the finest details,
but you never know what will happen
when you're taping people in action
and conducting spontaneous inter-
views," said Lasky, JFTV's director
of broadcast operations and co-
producer of the Telethon. "That's all
part of the fun and excitement of a
telethon."
According to JFTV President
Samuel Harte, preparing the telethon
will be the station's biggest contribu-
tion to helping the Federation's cam-
paign. "There is a lot of work going
into preparing for the telethon, and
on Super Sunday, the crew will pro-
bably work harder than they've ever
had to," Harte said. "But for each of
them, and for each of the celebrities
and dignitaries who will be interview-
ed on the Super Sunday Telethon, it
is all part of our 'labor of love' on
behalf of the campaign."
In preparation for the telethon,
JFTV has hired two camera
operators in addition to its staff, and
has recruited the help of JFTV's in-
terns and regular volunteers in addi-
tion to teen and other volunteers
from the community.
"In essence, we've doubled our
regular staff for the telethon," said
Lasky. Co-producing the telethon will
he Jack Kahn, Channel 2 producer of
the "Nighly Business Report." Ac-
cording to Lasky, Kahn is also a
school teacher at Temple Beth David
"and he's even recruited his students
to help."
The telethon will provide JFTV
with its first opportunity for using its
new production equipment on such a
grand scale. The station's crew has
been very busy for the past few
weeks preparing pre-recorded spots
which will be inserted into the
telethon, according to Lasky.
"But when it comes down to it,"
Lasky said, "even with all of our
preparation, on the day of Super Sun-
day our crew will be in the middle of
thousands of people over whom they
have little control. There will be a lot
of winging it."
Lasky added that "the biggest of
the challenges we will face is trying
to capture on a small screen the
electricity and excitement of what
will be happening on Super Sunday."
JFTV

'Jewish Television
Magazine'
Certain sociological trends affec-
ting the Jewish community and
some approaches to dealing with
them are featured in the February
edition of "Jewish Television
Magazine."
The latest program begins with a
look at singles and presents possible
ways of helping people meet one
another, updating the ancient efforts
of the shadchan (matchmaker) to
meet today's lifestyles.
Next, the alarming increase in the
influence of cults and missionaries is
examined, with some suggestions on
what to do about them.
In the next segment of this install-
ment, the program turns to another
F>henomenon, the fact that people are
iving longer and healthier lives than
ever before, creating a remarkable in-
crease in what is now called the "well
elderly" population. The segment
highlights a model program that
enables elderly people in Israel to
combat loneliness and, most impor-
tantly, to go on working and con-
tributing to society.
The program concludes with a bit of
comic relief in the form of "Daddy's
World," in which Paul Rodner
humorously describes the little joys
and tribulations of family life.
The host of "Jewish Television
Magazine" series is film and televi
sion actor Stephen Macht. currenth
l>est known to viewers for his
featured role <>n "CagMJ and I.ac>
This half-hour installment of
"Jewish Television Magazine" will
air on JFTV on Thursdays. February
11 and 25 at 5:30 p.m.; and on Satur-
days. February- 15 and 22 at 7:30 p.m.
watch JFTV on:
Storer (North Dadel Channel P-29
Storer (South Dade) Channel 14
Harte-Hanks
Dynamic
Miami Cablevision
Americable
Channel 2
Channel 43
Channels
Channel 36
Jewish music
show airs
on WKAT
"The Sunday Morning Jewish
Music Show," a mixture of light talk.
entertaining music and newscasts
from Israel Radio, has been expand
ed. The show airs every Sunday from
8:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. on local radio
station WKAT 1360 AM.
The program is hosted by the
knowledgeable and personable
Zalman I'mlas. who formerly hosted
a highly successful daily show in New
York. His mix of the newest
American Chassidic, Israeli ud
Cantorial music and Yiddish theater
tunes with light talk has beer, well
received in the year that the sh- iw has
been broadcast in South Florida
"The Sunday Morning
Music Show" also feature- an-
nouncements from non-profit
or^inizations. presented a.- free
public service. If your orgmnii
wishes to have its message broa
during the show, plea- M d all
necessary information at least
weeks in advance to: "The S
Morning Jewish Music Show,
WKAT Radio. 1789 Bay Road, V
Beach. Florida 33139.
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5-5:30 p.m.
5:30-6 p.m.
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7:30-8 p.m.
Monday
Eenies
Kitchen
Checkup/
Mount
Slnal
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Remember
The
Holocaust
5tl7l
Small
voice
or
viewpoint
Bet Din:
The Jewish
People's
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PillOW
Talk
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Programming Schedule
Greater Miami Jewish Federation cable Television inc.
FEBRUARY 1986*
Tuesday
Film
Special
2/11,25:
Jewish TV
Magazine
2/*7l8:
Film Special
Film
Special
JCC:A
Special
Place
Jewish
Roundtable
or
Aleph
Kaleidoscope
with
Suzanne
Lasky
14 Federation, February 1986
Wednesday
Eenies
Kitchen
Hello
Jerusalem
Thursday
Film
Special
Film
Special
Checkup/
Mount
Slnal
Eenies
Kitchen
Film
Special
Still
Small
voice
or
viewpoint
Friday
Jewish
Roundtable
or
Aleph
Film
Special
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Remember
The
Holocaust
Film
Special
Film
Special
Kaleidoscope
with
Suzanne
Lasky
Hello
Jerusalem
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Saturday
Hello
Jerusalem
Check up/
Mount
Slnal
Film
Special
Kaleidoscope
with
Suzanne
Lasky
2/15.22:
Jewish TV
Magazine
2/178:
Film special
Sunday
JCC A
Special
Place
Eenies
Kitchen
2/2:
Super Sunday
telethon
2/9.18.25
w* Remember
Ttw Holocaust
2/2:
Super Sunday
Telethon
2/9.18,25:
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2/2:
Super Sunday
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2/9.18.25:
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2/2:
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2/9.18,25:
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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach Center teens in 7th
through 12th grade will go roller skating from
8:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. The cost is $5.50 for
members. $6.50 for non-members. For more in-
formation, please call Darcy at 534 3206.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY I
SUPER SUNDAY. SUPER SUNDAY.
SUPER SUNDAY. SUPER SUNDAY!!!
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6
SUPER WEEK. SUPER WEEK. SUPER
WEEK. SUPER WEEK!!!
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3
\ regular luncheon meeting of the Stephen S.
Wise Chapter of Hadassah will be held at 11:30
am at the Ocean Pavillion. 5601 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. For more information,
please call Rose Klein at 861-5909 or Betty
Shaffer at 866-6909.
| TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
A travel presentation featuring tours available
through the American Jewish Congress
\ Worldwide Travel Program will be held at 3:00
lp.BI. at the Eden Roc Hotel. 4525 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. For more information.
please call 576-4330
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
The Forte Forum present* a lecture on
"Shakespeare's Villain: lag"" with Harry Zam
it 1.00 p.m in the auditorium of the South
Kuilding. Forte Towers. 1000 West Avenue.
Miami Beach For more information, please
call Elsie Rubin at 673-1979
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
Steven Emerson will discuss "The Saud
( onnection-Saudi Arabia's Influence on
American Economics and Politics" at the
Michael-Ann Russell JOG 18900 N.E 25
Avenue, at 8:00 p.m The lecture is presented
by the North Dade Midraaha. The cost is $4 for
members of participating institutions. $5 for
non members. For more information, please
call Rabbi Norman Lipson at 576-4030
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
The lmne C. Spear Democratic Club will hold
a meeting at the North Bay Village Town Hall.
7903 East Drive beginning at 7:30 p.m For
more information, please call Irving Greenherg
at 865-0720
| TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 4
The film 'Hester Street" will be shown at the
University of Miami's Beaumont Cinema at
7 M p.m Presented as part of the 1' of M
Judaic Studies Program's Jewish Film Festival
in cooperation with the Central Agency for
Jewish Education. U of M Department of Com-
munications and the Hillel Jewish Student
I enter For more information, please call Dr.
Henry Green at 284-4375 or Rabbi Norman
i.ipson at 576-4030
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6
Rabbi Marvin Rose will be the discussion leader
of "Spiritual Giant* of the Past" at the Miami
Beach Public Library from 10:30 am to noon
Sponsored by the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, admission is free and open to the
puMic
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach Center teens in 7th
through t2th grade will he hosting a spaghetti
dinner and a feature movie from 7:00 to 9:00
p m The coat is $2 for members. $3 for non
members. For more information, please call
Darcy at 534 3206
THUR8DAY. FEBRUARY C
Dr Abraham Gittelson will review "From
Time Immemorial" by Joan Peters at the
Miami Beach Public Library from 1:30 to 3:30
p.m. Sponsored by the Central Agency for
Jewish Education, admission is free and open
to the public
I THUR8DAY. FEBRUARY C
i Professor Menachem Kellner of the Depart
ment of Jewish Thought of the University of
I Haifa will present a lecture entitled "Messianic
i Politics in Israel Today" Presented by the
Jewish Studies Program of Barry University.
1 the special lecture will begin at 8:00 p.m. in the
Andreas Building, room 111 Admission is free
and open to the public. For more information.
please call 758-3392.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY C
The Yiddish Cultural Circle of Point East will
present an afternoon of humor and songs in the
Rose Room beginning at 1:00 p.m. For more in
formation, please call Morton Gerson at
935 1915
1 SUNDAY. FEBRUARY
[Temple Beth Sholom's "Sundaysat 4" Concert
Series will feature Kalichstein. Laredo, and the
Robinson Trio, in the Temple Sanctuary
Tickets range from $12.50 to $20 For more in
formation, please call 532 3491.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 9
Temple Beth Sholom's Coffee. Culture and
Conversation Series will be held in the Temple
Auditorium at 10:30 a.m. The cost is $2 per
person. For more information, please call
532-3491.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY
Uri Cohen will be the guest speaker at the
regular meeting of the Parents of North
American Israelis (PNAI) at 1:00 p.m. at the
Federation Building. For more information,
please call Charlotte Greenfeld at 868-5154.
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 10
A Youth Aliyah Luncheon will be sponsored by
the Torah Chapter of Hadassah at the Holiday
Inn. 2051 Le Jeune Road, beginning at 11:30
a.m. For more information, please call Bea
Lieberman at 279-3758.
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 10
The Rananah Chapter of Hadassah will spon-
sor an eye bank luncheon featuring entertain-
ment, at the Jockey Club beginning at 11:45
a.m For more information, please call Sylvia
N-.xer at 865-3667.
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11
The Forte Forum presents a lecture on "The
Current State of U.S.-Soviet Relations" with
Dr Ralph Clem at 1:00 p.m. in the auditorium
of the South Building. Forte Towers. 1000
West Avenue. Miami Beach. For more infor-
mation, please call Elsie Rubin at 673-1979.
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day
School PTA will honor its Guardians of Learn
ing at a luncheon and fashion show at the Fon-
tainebleau Hilton beginning at 11:00 a.m. For
more information, please call the school at
931-2831
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged Junior Auxiliary will hold a luncheon
meeting at noon at the Singapore Hotel. For
more information, please call 751-8626.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12
The Founders of the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged will hold a dinner
meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the Ruby Auditorium at
Douglas Gardens. 151 N.E. 52 Street. For
more information, please call 751-8626.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12
The Miami Beach Workmen's Circle Branch
1059 will hold a meeting and program honoring
Jewish Book Month at noon at the Surfside
Community Center. 9301 Collins Avenue. For
more information, please call Helen Stone at
864 5236
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the
Aged Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
Sweetheart Luncheon will be held at 1U00 a.m.
in the Ruby Auditorium at Douglas Gardens.
151 N.E 52 Street For more information,
please call 751-8626.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Michael Ann Russell Center, will hold
its SarasoU Art Get-Away This overnight trip
will take participants to the theater and
museums. For more information, please call
932 4200
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15
A Sweetheart Heartthrob Dance for LST.
Young Judea. BBYO and Area Temple Youth,
grades 7 through 12. will be held at the
Michael Ann Russell JOC from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight. The cost is $7 per person For more
information, please call 932 4200.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 16
State Representative Elaine (.ordon will be
honored at the Annual Spiritual Adoption Lun
cheon of the South Florida Council of Na amat
USA and the First Annual Celebration of
Women of Na'amat USA at noon at the
Konover Hotel. 5445 Collins Avenue The
public is invited to attend. For more informa
tion. please call 538-6213
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1C
As part of the Temple Beth Am Concert
Series. Soprano Mams Martin will perform in
the sanctuary of the Temple. 5950 North Ken
dall Drive at 4:00 p.m. For more information,
please call Doreen Marx at 667-6667.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY IS -
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17 ..
In celebration of President's Day. the Jewish
Community (enters of Greater Miami. Miami
Beach (enter. 4221 Pine Tree Drive, will host
w overnight camping trip to (Juiet Waters
Park in Pompano All children and teens are in
vited to join the fun For more information,
please call the Center at 534-3206
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1C -
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Michael-Ann Russell Center, is plann-
ing two fun-filled days at Walt Disney World
for Teen Machine and Teen Safari participants
past and present (grades 7-12) Cost will in
dude transportation, accommodations, and an
unlimited Disney/Epcot attraction transport
For more information, please call Mark Sykes
at 932-4200.
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 17
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. South Dade Center, presents
"Sorcerer's Apprentice and Other Magical
Tales" at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. The perfor-
mances will be held at Miami Senior High
Auditorium as part of the Kaleidoscope A
Young Show-Goers Series. Please call the
Center at 251-1394 for information and tickets
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Michael-Ann Russell Center, presents
Bob Clark's new play at the Ring Theatre.
Please call 932-4200 for more information.
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18
The Forte Forum presents a lecture on Com-
bating International Terrorism" with Air
Force Major Bernard Harvey at 1:00 p.m. in
the auditorium of the South Building. Forte
Towers. 1000 West Avenue. Miami Beach. For
more information, please call Elsie Rubin at
6731979.
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18
The film "Lies My Father Told Me" will be
shown at the University of Miami's Beaumont
Cinema at 7:30 p.m. Presented as part of the 11
of M Judaic Studies Program's Jewish Film
Festival in cooperation with the Central Agen
cy for Jewish Education. U of M Department of
Communications and the Hillel Jewish Student
Center. For more information, please call Dr.
Henry Green at 284-4375 or Rabbi Norman
Lipson at 576-4030.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19
Rabbi David Saltzman will be the discussion
leader of "Spiritual Giants of the Past" at the
Miami Beach Public Library from 10:30 a.m. to ,
noon. Sponsored by the Central Agency for /
Jewish Education, admission is free and open
to the public.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19
The Samuel Scheck Hillel Community Day
School will present an Arts and Sciences Ex
position at 7:30 p.m. at the school. For more in
formation, please call Dr. Jerome Levy at
972-1316.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19
"Breakfast at Bloomies," an open board
meeting of the Bet Shira Sisterhood, will begin
at 9:00 a.m. at Bloomingdales at The Falls. For
more information, please call Bonna Hellman
at 595-5611.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19
The Molbe Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah
Congregation will hold a 100th year celebra
tion for the Torah Fund Residence Halls at
8:00 p.m. in Deaktar Hall For more informa
tion. please call 947-7528
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will its hold
regular Torah meeting at noon in the
Sisterhood Social Hall. 7435 Carlyle Avenue,
Miami Beach. Rabbi Abramowitz and his wife.
Dr. Rachel AbramowiU. will be the guest
speakers. Donation for members is 50 cents. $1
for non members. For more information,
please call 865 1133.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20
Miles P. Bunder will review "A Certain Peo
pie" by Charles Silberman at the Miami Beach
Public Library from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Spon
sored by the Central Agency for Jewish Educa
tion. admission is free and open to the public.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20
The National Council of Jewish Women.
Greater Miami Section will have an Open Sec
tion Membership Meeting at the Federation
Building, beginning at 10:00 a.m Barbara
Leslie, the NCJWs Observer to the United Na
tions. will be the guest speaker. For more in-
formation, please call Kathy Reibman at
576-4747.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20
The Greater Miami Women's Division of the
American Friends of Hebrew University will
hold its Woman of the Year Luncheon. For
more information, please call Florence
Feldman at 868-0287.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20
The North Dade Chapter of the Women's Dm-
sion of Techmon will sponsor an auction sale at
noon at 1401 N.E. 191 Street. Building I). 4th
floor Rolling Green. For more information,
please call Celia C. Mandel at 6614646.
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Michael-Ann Russell Center, will have
an Art Safari to Palm Beach Please call
932-4200 for more information.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach Center, will go to the
Coconut Grove Theater to see the musical com-
edy. "I Love My Wife." Ticket prices are $16
for members. $20 for non-members. Please call
534-3206 for reservations.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Michael-Ann Russell Center, will hold a
Children's Neon Night Dance. For more infor-
mation, please call the Center at 932 4200.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22
Roz and Seymour Brady and Malka and
Yehuda Itckowitz will be honored at the An-
nual Dinner of Young Israel of Greater Miami
beginning at 8:00 p.m. at Tower 41 For more
information, please call Toby Anderman at
651-3591.
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 23
Temple Beth Sholom's Sunday Omnibus Series
will present "From Russia With Love For
Judaism." by Leonid Feldman at 10:30 a.m. in
the Temple Banquet Room. Ticket price is
$4.50 per person For more information, please
call 532-3491
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24
Rabbi Rachel Heruman. outreach coordinator
for the 1 'mon of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will be the guest speaker at the regular
meeting of B'nai B'rith Women-Roney Chapter
at 1:30 p.m. in the Roney Plaza Social Hall. For
more information, please call Rose (kildin at
532-1520
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24 -
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25
"IT'S TIME." Training and Marriage Enrich-
ment. a four week seminar for couples, will he
presented by Jewish Family service from 7a0
to 8:30 p.m. at the JFS Miami Beach Office.
7455 Collins Avenue (Monday) and at the South
Dade Office. 8905 S.W. 87 Avenue (Tuesday*
The seminar will focus of communica: 'h.
negotiation and conflict resolution To register,
please call 445-0555.
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24
"Positive Parenting" will be presented by
Jewish Family Service for parents of children
ages 3 to 11. The four-week workshop takes
place at the JFS South Dade Office. 8905 S.W
87 Avenue, from 9:00-11:00 a.m P sitive
methods of discipline, motivation and com
munication will be discussed To register,
please call 445-0555
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25
The Forte Forum presents a lecture on
"Should the U.S. Remain m the United Na
tions*" with Dr Farrouk Jabvala at 1:00 p.m
in the auditorium of the South Building. Forte
Towers. 1000 West Avenue. Miami Beach For
more information, please call Elsie Rubin at
673-1979.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 26
The Jewish Community Centers of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach Center teens in 7th
through 12th grade will host its own schmozer
lounge from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The program is
free For more information, please call Darcy
at 534 3206
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 26
The North Dade Chapter of the Women's Divi
sion of Techmon is planning an outing to
Coconut Grove, featuring lunch and a visit to
the theater Cost is $30 per person. For more
information, please call Celia C Mandel at
651-8545
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undivided attention.
What is it?
Super Sunday. On
Sunday. February
2nd, 2000 volun-
teers are giving up
half of their weekend
to phone 40,000 peo-
ple they ve never met.
You're kidding! Why
would they do that?
To raise funds for vital
Jewish community services
in Greater Miami, for the
people of Israel and in thirty
other countries. Care for the
elderly, hot meals, educa-
tional facilities, community
centers, immigrant absorp-
tion, counselling, that sort
of thing.
Very interesting. Why are
you telling me all this?
So that when you are called
on Super Sunday you'll
make a generous contribu-
tion. Even if you wont be
home during the day, you
can watch the Super Sunday
Telethon on Jewish
federation Television
from 6-8 p.m.* They'll
accept your pledge
over the phone. Just call
578-5000 anytime during
the show.
I think I get the message.
Super Sunday
Headquarters is:
Temple Israel of
Greater Miami
137 N.E. 19th Street
Super Sunday is part of the
Greater Miami Jewish
federations 1986 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
Presented on JFTV Sunday,
ftbruary 2 from 6-8 p.m. and seen
on the following cable stations:
Storer (North DadeJ-Channel P29
Storer (South Dade)-Channel 14
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Synopsis Of The Weekly Torah Portion
. "And it came to pass on the third day. when it wax morning,
thai there were thunders and lightnings and a thick cloud upon the
mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud"
(Exodus 19.16).
YITRO
YITRO Word reached Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, and a
priest of Midian. of what God had done for the Israelites. He went
to meet Moses in the desert, Jethro advised Moses to appoint
judges. In order to ease the burden of his sole leadership; Moses
should confine himself to the most difficult questions. In the third
month, the children of Israel heard the Ten Commandments at
Mount Sinai. God's voice declared: "I am the Lord by God .
Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. Thou shalt not make un-
to thee a graven image Thou shalt not take the name of the
Lord thy God in vain Remember the sabbath day, to keep it
holy Honor thy father and thy mother Thou shalt not
murder Thou shalt not commit adultery Thou shalt not
steal Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor
. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house wife nor
any thing that is thy neighbor's (Exodus tO.t-U).
(The recounting el the Weekly Port ken ot the Lew is extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic Hittory ot the Jewish Heritage, edited by P. Wollman-
Tiamlr, Si S. published by Sheneokl The volume is available at 7$ Maiden
Lane, New York, N.Y. IHM. Joseph Schlang is president el the society dis-
tributing the volume.)
Carteret Changes Name,
Adds Four So. Fla. Branches
I Carteret Savings and Loan an-
kunced that it has changed its
kme to Carteret Savings Bank to
|B6Cl a wider range of product*
(j MrvkSM it now offers to con-
r> and businesses, and has
.ificantly increased the
i r of its locations in South
I with the opening Jan. 2ft
|t ree new branches in Broward
|unt\ and one in Dade County.
Che new Broward County bran-
!<>cated in Coral Springs,
reek and I^auderhill, will
|ng Carteret's branch network
that country to ten. The new of-
are located at 2344 N.
liversity Drive, 163 N.
verline Road and 7544 Com-
cial Boulevard, respectively.
|ighboring Dade County will
have four offices with the
ftiing of the new Carteret loca-
at 18525 NE 18 Avenue,
th Miami Beach.
four newly established
DChM bring Carteret's total
liber of branch offices in
rida to 37. Carteret's Dade,
rard and Palm Beach loca-
ls currently include branch of-
in Miami Beach. North
in. Hallandale, Fort Lauder-
Pompano, Lighthouse
It,. Deerfield Beach. Boca
>n. Delray Beach. Boynton
ch, Lantana. Lake Worth,
St Palm Beach and Palm Beach
iens, with branch offices
lling 14 in Palm Beach County
"The addition of four new full-
service offices in the same state
over a single weekend is hardly a
common occurrence. To invest
this much at one time is an index
of the confidence that Carteret
has in the Florida economy and
the financial services needs of its
people." said Robert B. O'Brien
Jr.. Carteret's chairman and chief
executive officer.
Carteret's Florida branches cur-
rently account for 28 percent of
the institution's $4 billion in
deposits and 30 percent of its
overall $4.2 billion in loans. "Our
Florida customers borrow a bit
more than they deposit and we
would expect this ratio to con-
tinue," said Irwin Lubar, senior
vice president of branch
administration.
Carteret contributes additional
ly to the Florida economy through
an annual payroll of $8 million,
and a $5 million annual purchase
of supplies, he noted.
Carteret, now the 17th largest
publicly-owned savings institution
in the U.8., was founded in New
Jersey in 1888 and has 51 branch
offices in that state. The company
recently announced plans to ac-
quire the $50-million-deposit
Admiral-Builders Savings and
I/oan Association in Baltimore,
subject to regulatory approval,
and is considering expansion to
other eastern seaboard states.
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CALL BARBARA ZALCBERG at (305) 488-1786
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Steven Botwinik Ryan Feig
RYAN FEIG
Ryan Oliver Feig, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Steven Feig, will be call-
ed to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at Temple Emanu-EI.
The celebrant is a student in the
Lehrman Day School and is
Secretary of Kadima.
Ryan is in the Gifted Porgram
at Lehrman Day School. He is a
member of Mensa which is a Na-
tional Honor Society for the
Gifted. He writes for the school
newspaper, enjoys drama, sports,
computers and loves to collect
baseball cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Feig will host the
Kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion and a recep-
tion on Saturday at the temple.
Special guests will include many-
friends and relatives from home
and out-of-town.
STEVEN BOTWINIK
Steven Marshall Botwinik, son
of Marvin and Ronelle Botwinik
of West Kendall, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan.
25 at Temple Samu-EI.
Steven is an eighth grader at
Hammocks Junior High School.
A reception in his honor was
held at Kendale Lakes Country
Club.
LESLIE BOTT
I^eslie Caroline Bott. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Kermit Bott, will
be called to the Torah as Bat Mitz
van on Saturday at Temple Bet
Shira.
The celebrant was a graduate of
the Solomon Schechter Day
School and is a member of the Bet
Shira Choir.
She attends Southwood Junior
High School where she is in the
8th grade. She is a member of the
concert band where she plays the
clarinet, is a member of the Na-
tional Junior Honor Society, plays
the position of pitcher on the
Howard Palmetto Khoury League
(softball).
Dr. and Mrs. Bott will host the
kiddush following the services in
honor of the occasion and a recep-
tion Saturday at the Sheraton
River House.
Special guests will include
grandparents Rubin and Dorothy
Bott.
HEATHER ANNE LA VAN
Heather Anne Lavan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lavan.
will be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday at Temple
Beth Sholom. Rabbis Leon
Kronish, Gary Glickstein. Harry
Jolt, and Paul Caplan will
officiate.
Heather is a student of the Con-
firmation Class of 5748.
Legal Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
titious name Party Line Food* at
17531 NE 7 PI.. Miami. Fl. 3382 in-
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
JACK ROTHOLZ
19522 January 10,17.24.31. 1986
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the fic-
$H name DORA PALMER in
tends to register said name with
the Clerk of, the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Luis 0. Argihay
1255 Collins Ave.
Apt No. 907
Miami Beach. FL 33l:<9
19575 January II;
February 7. 14.21. 19H*>
Friday. January 31, 1986/The Jewish Floridian Page 11-B
Synagogue
Listing
Candlelighting Time
5:44 p.m.
ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Garden* Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Rabbi Slmcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpom Conservative)
Fit. Ml
Sal 8 30 a m
Daily eervtcee at 7 SO a m
and 5 30 p m
TEMPLE BETH AM
SBS0 N. Kendall Dr.
S Miami 667-6667
Or. Herbert Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Jamas L. Simon, Associate Rabbi
Frt.fetSp.rn; attar eervlcee Or Harry Orllnaky
i apeak on. "The Original Infant oi the
Bible-Decoding tha Technical Languaga
Sal '1 15am let Mltrreh. Graham Wfnlca
and Kenneth Dnicxerman
Rabbi Baumgard will epeek
BETH 0AVI0 CONGREGATION
262S S.W. 3rd Avenue
Or. Sol Landau. --.
Rabbi Emexltus S
Rev Milton F teamen x^
Ritual Director
Jacob E. Tambor, Cantor
Fit S30p
Sat. a.m. Rabbi Jack tti
officiate through Fab. 15. K
follow Mbtchan at 5 50pm
Dally eervtoee ara Sunday at I a i
. guaat. anil
Mduanarill
i.m. and
5 30 p.m..
and 5 30 pm and Tuaaday. Wednooday
and Frtdey at 7-45 a m. and 5.30 p.m.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Tempta Beth Shmuei
1700 Michigan Ave.. Miami Baach
S34-7213-534-7214 _
Barry J. Konovllch. Rabbi '>',
Mosha Buryn. Cantor W.
Sergio Groblor. President
ShoJem Epetbaum, President
Religious Committee
Shabbal Service. I 30 am
Sarmon 10:30
Dally Mm,.,,
f>
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Miami Baach
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Auxiliary Rabbi Maxwell Beraei
Yehuda Shitman. Cantor
Maurice Klein. Ritual Director
Gerald Taub. Executive Director
Frl. p m Or Lahrman ami praacti
KW Jr.
on. "A
Trtbuta lo Merlin Luther King. Jr. Tha
Conacianca ot America '"
Cantor Shilman anil chant.
Sat a.m. Tha Rabbi will preach on tha
weekly portion ot tha Biota
Bar Mltnah. Ryan Otivax.
HEBREW ACADEMY
BETH-EL CONGREGATION
2400 Ptnetrae Drive Miami Beach
532 6421
Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schitt
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Of Greater Miami
MBSN1 Rieneei Reform Conorepefion
137 N.E. 19th St.. Miami. 573-5900
9B90 N. Kendall Dr.. S95-S055
Senior Rabbi Hashell Barnat
Asaistant Rabbi Rex 0. Perlmater
Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein
Associate Cantor RacheUe F Nelson
Executive Director Philip S Goldin
Director of Education
And Programming Jack L Spark
Frl Bp.m Downtown, RabtM Parimatar wlH
apaak on. "Shadaa ot tha Color Purple."
Cantor Bomelein will chant.
In Kendall Rabbi Semat wMI preach on.
"When DM You Hear Ood i Voice- Cantor
Neiaon will cham
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 667-5657
Michael B. Eiaenatat. Rabbi
FndayI
115 p.m.
BETH KOOESH
Conaervettve
1101 S.W 12 Ave
Rabbi Mai Shapiro
Cantor Joaeph Krlaaef
Rose Berlin: Executive Secretary
656-6334
Sal feel a.m. Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Krteeei
will officiate The Ten Commandmenta win be
reed and interpreted Sun. 30 a.m.. tha adult
eerie* ot dlacuaeiona on reHgioua concept!
will continue
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
222S NE 121 St.. N. Miami. FL 33181
881 5506 Conserve 11 ve
Dr. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi ,_
Rabbi Joaeph A. Gorflnkal. '\
Rabbi Emeritus >%'
Mosha Friadiex. Cantor
Frt.Sp.rn.
Set 10 45 am. Rabat Janata sarmon win be.
"The Great Gamete
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1S4S Jaflefson Ave.. M.B.. FL 33136
Tal 53B-4112
Rabbi Or. Jehuda Mesber
Cantor Nlssim Benyamini
DeHy eervtcee I a m Si JOp m Sal 15 am
Robot* deeeee Monday irhrenced Hebrew
fetS am. lam aJajBJ VSaaa Cases S:4S am.
BET SHIRA CONGREGATION
7SO0S.W. 120th Street
236-2601
Rabbi David H. Auerbech
Cantor Howard Bender
Cantor Saul Meiaets
Frt.Sp.ei Sal r.JOa.m
t>
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TEMPLE KING SOLOMON
910 Lincoln Rd. Tal 534-0776
DR. DAVID RAAB. Rabbi
Shoehanah Raab. Cantor
Frt. 7:10 p.m.
Sat S-30 am
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz _.
Cantor Munay Yavneb '\\
Morning aarvtoaa S a-av -X-
Friday MM eewng aamoa
fetSpjn.
Saturday a.m. and 7 45 p.m
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Cartyle Ave.,
Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Eugene Laboviu
Cantor Edward Klein
OaMy Samtcaa S a.m. end 5 30 p.m
Sat. fet am
Frt late sen. S p m
666 6315
6633
SHAARAY TEFILLAH
of North Miami Beech
971 Northeast 172nd St
North Miami Beach
651 1562
Yaakov Sprung, Rabbi
SHAARE TEFILLAH OF KENDALL
362-0866
Rabbi Warren Kasztl Modem omodo.
Kaase Mmaararey oonawct
_ i aerricee Sal. feSO am al Temple
Samu-EI. BSSe S W 1 Una Ae
eouth ot N Kendall Drtre
FUerRaobl
OR LEON KROSnwM, Fi
QARY A OLICKSTtlh. I
MARRY JOLT, AaxiMlli Rabbi
RAUL 0. CARUW, AllllUM RabeM
CANTON DAVID COl V1SER
Frt. fetS pjn. Rabbi tjetokaaaln wM apeak on.
The Ceandw. The C.....aaneanmi. .nd
Tha Commanded Sat. 10-4S am
Sat
Haemet Am
Karen
BETH TORAH CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION 947 7528
1051 N Miami Beach Bred
Or Mai A. LlpschiU. Rabbi
Randall Konigsburg. Asst Rsbbi
Zvee Aroni. Cantor
Harvey L Brown. Exec Director
Daily eervleee. Monday Thuredey
7:10 a.m. and 5 30 p m .
Fnday 7 30 am.. SIS p.m and S p m
Saturday S 25 a m and 5 p.m..
Sunday Sam end S 30 p.m
f;
TEMPLE SINAI 1M01 NE 22 At*.
North DaMjto'% Reform Corioroootioo
Ralph P. Kingsley. Rabbi 932-9010
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkas. Cantor
Barbara S Ramsay. Administrator
Frt. S p m Femwy unltl and fetS a.m late
with RebM miallllj'sseilin -*
Uneucoeaetul CheSangei
Sat to-30 a.m Sar Mttrrah. Stewwi
RiiiawaiiirAMetPaaJawCe^aaMheiea
yOAlffi retCaJ HI VM BCiSoo*
TEMPLE ZION ISRAELITE CENTER
6000 Milter Or. Consarvattve
2712311 ^g-.
Dr. Norman N Shapiro. Rabbi f)
Benjamin Adler, Cantor N'3i
David Rosenthal. Auxiliary Cantor
Frt.Stp.m O, Maptramil otllclaas. Cantor
Adler will chant
*M'*11I> aarWcee ere on Monday.
and Thuradaya at 7 am and Sur fata at Sam


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