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The Insurance Providers market global report answers all these questions and many more. The report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for this market. It traces the market's historic and forecast market growth by geography. It places the market within the context of the wider insurance providers market, and compares it with other markets.
The market characteristics section of the report defines and explains the market. Market segmentations break down market into sub markets. The regional and country breakdowns section gives an analysis of the market in each geography and the size of the market by geography and compares their historic and forecast growth.
It covers the impact and recovery trajectory of COVID for all regions, key developed countries and major emerging markets. Competitive landscape gives a description of the competitive nature of the market, market shares, and a description of the leading companies. Key financial deals which have shaped the market in recent years are identified. The trends and strategies section analyses the shape of the market as it emerges from the crisis and suggests how companies can grow as the market recovers.
The insurance providers market section of the report gives context. It compares the insurance providers market with other segments of the insurance providers, brokers and re-insurers market by size and growth, historic and forecast. It analyses GDP proportion, expenditure per capita, insurance providers indicators comparison. The insurance market consists of sales of insurance products by entities organizations, sole traders and partnerships that undertake underwriting assuming the risk and assigning premiums on annuities and insurance policies.
Insurance providers invest premiums to build up a portfolio of financial assets to be used against future claims. Direct insurance providers are entities that are engaged in primary underwriting and assuming the risk of annuities and insurance policies. Reinsurance providers are businesses that assume all or part of the risk associated with an existing insurance policy or set of policies, originally underwritten by another insurance carrier direct insurance carrier.
Eastern Europe was the smallest region in the global insurance market. Peer-to-peer insurance is gradually gaining prominence both in emerging and developed markets driven by reduced cost of premium in emerging countries resulting from improved internet penetration in those regions. Peer-to-peer insurance is based on pooling insurance premiums of participating individuals that can be used to compensate future uncertain losses and share the left-over amount among participants.
It aims to reduce premium and overhead costs than traditional Insurance Providers, decrease inefficiencies and increase transparency of businesses. The rapid growth in internet penetration and increased risks associated with internet use for critical transactions is driving the demand for cyber insurance.
Cyber insurance covers internet-based risks and risks related to information technology infrastructure. It also covers property theft, business interruption, software and data loss, cyber extortion, network failure liability, cyber-crime and physical asset damage. To capitalize on the concerns associated with cybercrimes, insurers are offering cyber insurance to customers to businesses with high exposure to cyberattacks. Key Topics Covered: 1.
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The star's waters broke 11 days before her due date. Fee Lear died last week after complications during heart surgery and a GoFundMe page was set up by her sister-in-law, Rochelle Lear, to help pay for funeral costs. Do you prefer sweet or savoury? Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Feb. What we are watching in Canada Experts say Ontario can avoid a third COVID wave and lockdown through aggressive vaccination while neighbouring Manitoba is preparing to buy two million doses of a prospective Canadian-made vaccine without going through the federal government.
The pandemic science advisory group says public health measures, including a provincial lockdown imposed on Boxing Day and stay-at-home order issued last month, have cut COVID cases, hospitalizations and positivity rates across Ontario. But Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, co-chair of the group, says more contagious variants of COVID are spreading and currently account for five to 10 per cent of all cases. That will likely cause cases to increase again by late February, he says, which is why strong public health measures like a stay-home order and vaccination of vulnerable groups are important.
Providence, which operates in Toronto and Calgary, started clinical trials last month and hopes to receive federal approval in the fall. The company signed a term sheet with Manitoba that is contingent on that approval. The deal would see the province get the first , doses at a price no higher than any other government might secure in the coming months.
Providence's chief executive officer said the company has been talking with other provinces as well. Newfoundland and Labrador will be run by a caretaker government for at least two more weeks after a COVID outbreak forced a delay in Saturday's provincial election in nearly half the province's ridings.
Liberal Leader and incumbent Premier Andrew Furey told reporters Thursday that his caretaker government, which by convention exercises limited powers, will remain in place until the election can be fully held. John's region, in-person voting would be postponed across the Avalon Peninsula for at least two weeks. With daily COVID case counts nearly doubling every day this week, Chaulk warned that the voting delay could be longer than two weeks, and he urged voters to cast ballots by mail.
Furey said it's his understanding that all campaigning will cease on Saturday, even though polls will be open in just 22 of the province's 40 ridings. Chaulk says those results will not be disclosed until voting has concluded everywhere in the province. Trump is accused of inciting the invasion, which prosecutors said was a predictable culmination of the many public and explicit instructions he gave supporters long before his White House rally that unleashed the Jan.
Joe Neguse, D-Colo. Even out of office, Democrats warned, Trump could whip up a mob of followers for similar damage. The proceedings could finish with a vote this weekend by the senators who are sitting as impeachment jurors. Five people died in the Capitol chaos and its aftermath, a domestic attack unparalleled in U. Even out of the White House, the former president holds influence over large swaths of voters. The National Radio and Television Administration said in a statement dated midnight Friday that BBC World News coverage of China had violated requirements that news reporting be true and impartial and undermined China's national interests and ethnic solidarity.
The BBC already is generally not viewable in China outside of some hotels, businesses and residential compounds for foreigners. It wasn't immediately clear if the ban would affect reception in those facilities. A three-month-old baby was the recipient of Canada's first successful liver transplant, at Montreal's Notre-Dame Hospital. The Conservative party's use of CBC news footage in a partisan attack ad and tweets was a copyright infringement damaging to the public broadcaster's integrity and impartiality, Federal Court heard Thursday.
In submissions to the court, CBC lawyer Andrea Gonsalves said the federal Conservatives exploited the very qualities that make the CBC a trustworthy source of information. The broadcaster, which maintains the issue is of wider public importance, wants Judge Michael Phelan to find a violation of the Copyright Act. The Conservatives want the case dismissed. It is the first time a Canadian court has been asked to adjudicate a copyright dispute between a news organization and a major political organization, court heard.
Police in Calgary say an officer seen on video kicking a police service dog regrets his actions but was doing so to quiet the animal during a high-risk arrest. A second video of the single kick aimed at the barking dog was taken from someone's window and posted online. It led to several complaints to the Calgary Police Service. Ryan Ayliffe said the kick is not an accepted or standard part of training and the officer's action is under review. None of us wanted this to happen and we acknowledge this is not an acceptable way to correct dog behaviour.
The narrower-than-expected loss can be attributed to lower cost of sales. The positives were partially offset by lower refinery throughput volumes, ethanol production and renewable diesel sales. Higher refining operating expenses also added to the woes. Lower refinery throughput volumes amid the coronavirus pandemic affected the segment. The downside was due to lower margins stemming from higher corn prices and reduced prices of ethanol.
Moreover, production volumes averaged 4. The segment sales averaged thousand gallons per day for the fourth quarter, down from thousand gallons in the year-ago period. The remaining volumes came from residuals, other feedstock, and blendstocks and others. The Gulf Coast contributed approximately Its debt to capitalization was Valero expects the Diamond Pipeline expansion and Pembroke Cogen project to come online in the fourth and third quarter of , respectively.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called on his ruling Workers' Party to take a more direct role in his new five-year economic plan and blamed the party for past failures in implementing reform, state media reported on Thursday. The remarks come on the third day of the party's plenary meeting, where Kim had also laid out party plans for South Korea relations and external affairs, as well as plans for each economic sector. In January, Kim openly admitted that his previous five-year economic plan had failed to meet its goals in almost every sector.
He said this Wednesday while showing little concern about potential inflation or financial market instability. Powell spent little time on inflation in prepared remarks for a webcast to the Economic Club of New York. He also did not refer to the relentless rise of the stock market or recent signs of market froth, such as surging prices of GameStop and other stocks targeted by some retail investors. If you worked from home, received a relief payment, took on some gig work or filed unemployment benefits — or someone filed a fake claim in your name — there are things you need to be aware of.
Likewise if you normally receive certain tax credits. The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on Feb. But because buyers bought more expensive trucks and SUVs and loaded them with options, the company was able to turn the big profit. The company gave few specifics on the vehicles during a presentation Wednesday, but said one electric vehicle would be an SUV. Toyota broke from other automakers — and possibly the administration of President Joe Biden — in calling for a diversity of electrified vehicles to reduce carbon emissions, rather than putting policies in place that require those powered solely by batteries.
Official data released last week showed beer sales in Germany dropped 5. The current lockdown was set to end on Feb. The shortfall accumulated as a pandemic-triggered recession cut into tax revenues while spending on COVID relief measures sent outlays soaring.
The Treasury Department reported Wednesday that the deficit for the budget year that began Oct. United said Wednesday that it will buy up to small aircraft capable of helicopter-style takeoffs and landings from startup Archer.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose The Nasdaq lost The Russell index of small companies fell The Associated Press. But the pledge comes amid some renewed tensions between the two countries and with Canada wholly dependent on foreign help to get COVID vaccines into Canada. India barred exports of the vaccine in January, but recently released a list of 25 countries where it has authorized exports to this month.
Canada is not on that list, but Canada also was not scheduled to get any doses of AstraZeneca until April. Health Canada has not yet approved that vaccine for use. Anshuman Gaur, India's deputy high commissioner in Canada, said in an interview with The Canadian Press Wednesday that Modi "reacted positively" to Trudeau's request but did not go so far as to say it would be fulfilled.
Anand said she had not but didn't know if Trudeau had. Rempel Garner said she was "encouraged to see the tweet" from Modi, but remains concerned about Canada's total reliance on foreign production to get COVID vaccines. Anand said last week she had approached all seven companies with which Canada signed a vaccine deal to see if they would be interested in making some doses in Canada.
They all decided Canada didn't have the facilities needed to make it happen fast enough. More recently, the Serum Institute was approached by the company to help fill orders in other countries, such as Canada. It is also one of the production sites for Novavax, another vaccine Canada has ordered.
Health Canada is in the final stages of reviewing the AstraZeneca vaccine. Supriya Sharma, the department's chief medical adviser, said this week the review has been complicated by a dosing mix-up during clinical trials, limited evidence of its effectiveness among people over 65 years old, and recent evidence it is not effective against a variant of the virus that first emerged in South Africa. In addition to reviewing the vaccine in general, Health Canada received an application Jan.
Trudeau and Modi's relationship has often been tense, with Canada being accused of harbouring supporters of an independent Sikh state, called Khalistan, that would be carved out of Indian territory. That dispute was what lay beneath much of Trudeau's troubled trip to India three years ago. Regional governments welcomed Trudeau warmly but Modi snubbed him for several days before the two had a productive and, by all appearances, cordial day of meetings.
More recently, India summoned Nadir Patel, Canada's high commissioner in Delhi, for a dressing down after Trudeau publicly expressed concern about farmers clashing with police during what he deemed to be "peaceful protests" against new government laws on farming. Before his call with Modi Wednesday, Trudeau didn't suggest there was any link between that situation and whether Canada could get vaccines from India. Canada is also taking steps to help protect Indian diplomats in Canada, after some threats against them and Modi made in Canada.
Gaur said India is "reassured by the Canadian authorities that they are taking appropriate action on all our concerns. Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press. With Valentine's Day just around thecorner, and less than a year to go in his four-year term,Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday declared hislove for the job - just as President Joe Biden may be weighingwhether to let him keep it.
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Bloomberg -- Uber Technologies Inc. Performance in Canada, Latin America and the U. Despite the shortfall, the San Francisco-based company narrowed its loss in the quarter that ended in December, riding a wave of deals that shed some of its more fanciful pursuits. And it disclosed yet another asset sale, confirming a Bloomberg report in September that it was selling part of its stake in the Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing.
Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi indicated that better times may not arrive until the summer. Before the coronavirus pandemic upended Uber, the company had Amazon. His strategy relies on two businesses: delivery and transportation. As the pandemic drags on, delivery is the star. Amid all the cost trimming, delivery is one area Uber has invested heavily. Morgan Stanley noted the opportunities to expand the service internationally and sign advertising deals.
In rides, Uber saw demand rebound unevenly in different regions. Uber is adding new customers, but they tend to be more price sensitive, Khosrowshahi said on the conference call. Updates with CEO comments in the penultimate paragraph. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.
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Around month six, I think my family just stopped caring that it was there, or maybe they were all too lazy to take it down. I wanted to keep the tree up as a tangible reminder of that magic in a last-ditch effort to find it once again. When I came home for Christmas break last year, I had about eight days to cram in as much tradition as I possibly could. Studying for finals had left no room for festivities while I was at school. So I then spent hours navigating crowded malls, and I yelled some not-so-cheery expletives while searching for a parking spot.
I stayed up late watching all of the Christmas classics and rushed through Christmas wrapping. By the time the 24th arrived, when it was time to begin our 72 hours of five overlapping family Christmas gatherings, I was utterly exhausted.
And, I found myself kind of hating Christmas. When I was a child, back when Santa was a celebrity and life was good, the anticipation I felt for Christmas morning began on Thanksgiving and climbed with each passing day. Like every other holidaycelebrating family, we had fun traditions to fill the countdown: shopping for stocking stuffers at Walmart.
Visiting the Santa on Kiamesha Street. Watching Elf on Thanksgiving Day. Listening to Sunny Christmas trees. Humans thrive on routine and familiarity, which explains why traditions are so important to us. As we grow in age, our preferences mature, and some traditions just seem silly to us.
We learn the truth behind some traditions and allow the glittery veils that covered our. Traditions also require dedicated time, and time is scarce these days. Adults are responsible for planning the Christmas gatherings, buying presents for their significant others and ensuring their kids get what they want on Christmas morning. I never have. As she grows older, she struggles to remember the feeling Christmas used to give her.
As a society we have commercialized and trivialized a holiday with a meaning that far surpasses Black Friday deals and themed parties. The spirit of Christmas implies that the holiday is centered around something spiritual, ethereal even. Before there were Christmas trees, presents and holiday movies, there was a story about the birth of a child named Jesus.
And, it goes like this: Over 2, years ago, a baby named Jesus was born in a humble stable in Bethlehem. He grew up to be the Savior of the world — a perfect human — and died so that you and I could have hope in an everlasting life. We all have beloved traditions, and anyone can appreciate the magic of Santa Claus. Enjoy them all this Christmas. But please make time for a new tradition, one that involves reading the story about the baby who was born in a manager all those years ago.
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As we talked further, he told me about their three-year-old daughter Arianna and how she had wept after losing her Frozen bed. He really did not have to say anymore, because I immediately had an idea. You see this year before what happened with this storm, I had a grand plan to shoot Santa with the children and create Norman Rockwellesque portraits. I had gotten in touch with Santa and secured dates for him to be with me and the children.
Each year I have always done free Santa pics so each of my children could have a nice picture, and my parents would not be tortured waiting in the mall in lines to see him only to have their child flip and the pictures turn out really bad! But this year was going to be different. This year the parents would be paying, and the images would be exceptional, not just a snap at our annual holiday gathering.
This year was going to be amazing. The trauma of it all had tampered with my excitement of the season. Then in an instant, the season came alive! We are going to give that little girl her bed back and all of her Christmas wishes! Milagro, the Findley family, the Koppuzhayils and of course, my family, all contributed, and I set out to get Arianna a new bed, bedding, dolls, books and, of course, dress up! They looked at his globe and figured out where Houston was, they cuddled with him and ate cookies, and in the toy workshop, they even painted toys!
Little Arianna came and although very shy, she took my finger, and we walked in and she sat with Santa. She had cookies and did not speak one word but her little face lit up as she opened just one of the many gifts Santa brought her that day.
Her parents told me she had not slept in her bed since the storm and that present would be the best one to open early so she could have a new bed now. As she tore off the paper and saw the Frozen canopy bed, she smiled really big! That, my friends, is what Christmas is all about. Giving to others and making their lives better because you have been a part of their experiences in this life.
I hope you will find the same joy this season that finding Arianna has given to my family. Merry Christmas to you and to yours! Choosing wines to pair with your holiday meal is an important part of the menu planning process.
A smart rule is to select quality wines that pair with a variety of dishes, such as crisp, medium-bodied chardonnays and medium-to-full-bodied, flavorful merlots. Francis Winery. Francis Winery offers a full range of varietal wines ideal for holiday entertaining, such as the St. With notes of fresh pear and pineapple, it pairs well with mild cheeses and rich seafood appetizers, such as Pan Fried Crab Cakes. Pair it with a chilled glass of crisp chardonnay to start the party off just right.
This wine has multiple layers of aromatics with flavors of red cherry, plum, dried cranberry, espresso bean and savory spices that match well with hard cheeses, roasted turkey, lamb or steaks with blue cheese butter.
Line baking sheet with waxed paper. In large bowl, whisk together mayonnaise, green onions, egg yolks, lemon juice, tarragon, cilantro, mustard, lemon peel and black pepper. Add crabmeat and 1 cup panko, breaking up crabmeat slightly. Let mix stand 10 minutes. Place patties on baking sheet. Cover and chill at least 1 hour or up to 24 hours. Using remaining panko, lightly coat each crab cake. Heat two heavy, large skillets over medium-high heat.
In each skillet, melt 1 tablespoon butter with 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add crab cakes to skillets and cook until golden on both sides adding more butter and oil as needed , about 5 minutes total. Transfer cakes to napkins to drain excess oil.
Plate crab cakes with dollop of remoulade on top. Visit StFrancisWinery. Source: Family Features. Photo courtesy of Getty Images. That sometimes tall task may be easier said than done depending on the size of your get-together, but you can make it less daunting with quick starters that incorporate dairy foods like milk, cheese and yogurt, which can serve as helpful on-hand ingredients that also provide flavor and nutritional value. Since dairy foods are readily available in many family kitchens, they are ideal for creating recipes for last-minute noshes and nibbles, especially perfect for holiday entertaining.
For quick snacks to help keep appetites at bay, try these Antipasti Holiday Skewers that have something for everyone with bits of pasta, cubed cheese, pepperoni and veggies. Or for a warmer dish perfect for a snowy holiday, this Baked Spinach Artichoke Yogurt Dip can help chase away the chill. Find more dairy-inspired recipes perfect for holiday entertaining at midwestdairy.
In large bowl, marinate tortellini in Italian dressing 30 minutes in refrigerator. To assemble skewers, start with two pieces tortellini, one cheese cube, two spinach leaves, one pepperoni slice folded in fourths , one tomato and repeat. Each skewer will have total of four pieces tortellini, two cheese cubes, four spinach leaves, two pepperoni slices and two tomatoes. Repeat until skewers are complete.
Refrigerate until serving. Nutritional information per serving: 81 calories; 2 g fat; 10 mg cholesterol; mg sodium; mg potassium; 8 g carbohydrates; 7 g protein. Heat oven to F. Combine artichoke hearts, spinach, yogurt, cheese, onion and garlic; mix well. Pour mixture into 1-quart casserole dish or 9-inch pie plate. Bake minutes, or until heated through. Sprinkle with red peppers.
Traditions are often enjoyed more around the holidays and some classic flavors are must-haves for seasonal parties and dinners. Individually portioned desserts are ideal for entertaining, and these smooth, creamy cheesecakes with vivid holiday color are a perfect single serving that is sure to brighten any dessert table. This dessert features quick and easy preparation, and the delicious flavors of Lucky Leaf Fruit Fillings, which use high-quality fruit and contain no high-fructose corn syrup, for great tasting desserts every time.
An array of popular flavors like apple, blueberry, cherry and strawberry make it possible to prepare your favorite holiday desserts in minutes. Nutritional information per serving: calories; 12 g total fat; 18 mg cholesterol; mg sodium; mg potassium; 7 g carbohydrates; 11 g protein.
Line muffin tins with 18 paper liners. Place one chocolate cookie in bottom of each paper liner. In mixing bowl, beat cream cheese, sugar, eggs and vanilla until light and fluffy. Fold in half of fruit filling. Fill each muffin liner about three-fourths full with mixture. Bake minutes, or until done. Top each cheesecake with spoonful of remaining fruit filling.
A prime rib roast paired with savory toppings is guaranteed to earn rave reviews from the whole family. Add easy gourmet sides and a holiday dessert to create a memorable meal that may well become a new holiday tradition. Upscale side dishes can make the meal complete. No festive feast is complete without dessert, and individual-sized Sticky Toffee Pudding Cakes are a perfect solution.
Find more recipes for a holiday dinner to remember at OmahaSteaks. Season roast with rub hours before cooking and leave uncovered in refrigerator overnight. When ready to cook, heat oven to F. Place roast on elevated rack in roasting pan. Roast 3 hours and 15 minutes, or to internal temperature of F. Let roast rest minutes. Broil on high 2 inches from broiler, 4 minutes on one side, 2 minutes on other side, or until brown crust uniformly covers roast. Tip: For easier carving, trim roast from bones prior to cooking.
Stand rib roast on end so ribs are pointed up. Using sharp knife, cut along bone, being careful not to cut into roast. In 4-cup sauce pot, melt butter over low heat. Add onions. Cover and cook on low 15 minutes until onions have softened. Cover and cook on low another 15 minutes until figs have softened. Remove pot from heat and add black pepper and vanilla extract. Pour into blender or use immersion blender to process until smooth.
Add remaining water and vinegar to blender for smoother jam or leave as-is for a more chunky texture. In medium mixing bowl, whisk together mayonnaise, horseradish, vinegar, salt, cayenne and black pepper. Whip cream to soft peaks using stand mixer.
Gently fold into mayonnaise mixture. Chill until ready to serve. Few things, however, can put a damper on holiday decorating quite like seeing a section of those freshly hung lights go dark. Incandescent: LEDs are more expensive than incandescent lights, but typically last longer. Outdoor: Commercial-grade light sets are more reliable for outdoor use because of their durability and thicker insulation.
For sets with bulb outages, use a tool such as the LightKeeper Pro for incandescent lights. Plug the empty bulb socket into the Socket Connector then squeeze the trigger a few times and most light sets will illuminate within seconds. LED light sets can handle connecting more than 30 strands together. If a light set blinks during stringing the tree, you may have a loose bulb.
Two burned out bulbs can decrease the lifespan of the light set by 39 percent; four burned out bulbs by 67 percent. Should your lights go dark this holiday season, the pros at Ulta-Lit are available to answer questions seven days a week between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and year-round, at or UltaLit. This holiday season, be on the lookout for aphids, which are ant-sized insects that can spread more than different plant viruses. Although harmless to humans, these pests can be formidable foes to many types of vegetation, including tomatoes, cucumbers and rose bushes.
While aphids are often associated with outdoor gardens, during the winter months they can make a home inside by hitching a ride aboard foliage, shrubbery and, most commonly, Christmas trees. Knowing how to identify and prevent aphids with these tips. Although aphids are small, they are usually visible to the naked eye. When looking for aphids, look for soft-bodied insects with long legs and antennae.
These insects vary in color, ranging from green to red or black, but all share a distinctive, pear-like shape and tend to hang out in dense groups alongside Christmas tree trunks or plant stems. Aphids feed on plant juices, attacking leaves, flowers, stems and roots. When aphids feed, they secrete a thick, sugary liquid called honeydew.
Oftentimes, honeydew results in a fungal growth known as sooty mold. This mold can give branches and leaves a speckled, black appearance. While looking for Christmas trees, ask the retailer if the firs have been previously inspected for aphids.
Before loading the tree into your vehicle, inspect the branches and shake the tree vigorously to ensure no aphids are present. The tree may lose a few needles, but this could prevent an infestation. In addition, releasing lady bugs or lacewings, which are natural predators, in your garden may help reduce aphid populations. If you spot a few aphids, simply spray them off with water or vacuum them up. However, if you notice a full-fledged infestation, you may need to cut off the infested branches or remove the tree from your home entirely.
To keep pests out of your home this holiday season, work with a pest management provider to create a prevention and treatment plan unique to your household. For more pest prevention tips or to schedule a pest inspection, visit Orkin. Call ; www. Give the gift of sight this holiday season.
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Getting less sleep than you need could lead to an increase in blood pressure and stress hormones, lower glucose tolerance and weight gain. Make it a habit to go to sleep and arise at the same time every day — even on the weekends. Keep your bedroom dark, free of distracting noise and at a comfortable temperature. Shut down screens TVs, laptops, cellphones, etc.
Regular exercise often can help you sleep better and reduce your stress level. For some people, poor sleep may be caused by an untreated sleep disorder, such as insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep apnea or restless legs syndrome. If you wake up frequently at night, snore loudly, wake up exhausted or nod off during the day, you may have a sleep disorder.
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Roads will close at am surrounding the parade route. For more information, call or visit missouricitytx. The nightly showcase of lights will feature more than 2. For a schedule of events or to purchase tickets, visit sugarlandholidaylights. Celebrate the holiday season early and Hear-Boys Sing! To purchase tickets, visit fbbctx. This is your chance to catch Santa and Mrs. Enjoy the tradition of cookies and milk along with holiday crafts. Be sure to bring your camera to snap some candids, too!
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Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets early. For more information or to purchase tickets, call or visit fbso. December 2nd, am Snowfest Shuffle Runners of all levels and ages are invited to participate in the Snowfest Shuffle. The race route will end at the Public Safety Headquarters. In addition to mouth-watering cuisine, dance the night away with tunes from DJ Dr.
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Dancers from In Tempo Dance Ensemble will take the stage as whirling snowflakes, delicate flowers and of course, Clara and her Nutcracker in the classic holiday ballet. Afterwards, there will be photo opportunities with the cast, a holiday market and other seasonal activities.
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Materials for this program are made possible by the Friends of the University Branch Library. For more information, contact the University Branch Youth Services at By Alisa Murray www. Welcome to my new year of Wonderment! What I really mean to say is with a little discipline and genuine desire, you can be transformed permanently.
The ending of this year is by far better than the last, but it brought some significant changes to many of us with the storms and displacement. Actually, the last three years have not been all that nice to me, and I, for one, am looking for a change. What kind of change? Many of us would like to have a magical next year, too. Instead of waiting for it, this time I want anticipate it with wide open expectant arms! So how do we do it? What can we each do that would improve ourselves and satisfy a need for a more comfortable, mindful, more fulfilled life these next twelve months?
Decide before January begins that you are going to make some changes that will actually last. Make some decisions right now. I think one way I am going to make different is to disengage in so much social media. I spend way too much time trying to find the perfect content and then find the time to post to the world that too often I look over a week, and I have glazed through seven more days trying to accomplish things that may not even make a difference in my happiness whatsoever.
I am going to create a content calendar, post it to Hootsuite and walk away. My number has been the same for over twenty years. So why be so caught up in that? Instead of engaging with my iPhone, I would rather engage with the living creatures around me. It will be a part of my new secret formula for The other day I was out grabbing lunch, and I smiled at a man at the restaurant.
Now mind you, me smiling at a perfect stranger is not unusual. I always try to make eye contact with people and smile at them even if they just stare back and ignore me. Call me polite — call me weird. Inspiring each of us to be kind to one another, thinking about where we are and interacting with one another is a form of a blessing especially in a plugged in digital world.
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The United States so far has rejected that proposal. It was pointed out by diplomats here that the PLO and the Arab bloc enjoy considerable sup- port in the General Assembly and a resolution calling for ar- bitration may well be adopted. Rabbi Binyamin Walfish, ex- ecutive director of the Rab- binical Council of America Or- thodox , said that he no longer disagrees with the Israeli Peace Now movement's call for territorial compromise.
He was referring to a statement of support by Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, executive director of the Rabbinical Assembly Conservative. They, along with Rabbi Joseph Glazer, executive direc- tor of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Reform , were discussing relations bet- ween the three branches of Judaism as well as other Jewish issues at a forum spon- sored by the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, New York.
They responded to audience questions of their choosing. Kelman said the Conser- vative movement's dominant mood "would be pro- negotiations to the borders. Remember, there were debates then. The majori- ty of the Jews accepted the partition plan and would ac- cept it again.
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Holocaust Memorial Council and Yad Vashem, Israel's national Holocaust institu- tion, to exchange information and materials has been signed in Jerusalem. The agreement is expected to forge a close link between the world's only two national Holocaust institutions. William J. Holocaust Memorial Council, and Dr. Yitzhak Arad, chairman of Yad Vashem, sign the agreement. JERUSALEM An inter- national conference on the history and culture of Polish Jews, held at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, seemed to give important im- petus not only to research on the role of the Jews in Polish history but also to the future relationship between Poland and world Jewry, including ties between the Polish and Israeli governments.
This was indicated in statements made by some of the 80 Polish scholars present as well as by an official an- nouncement, at the closing event of the conference, read on behalf of Polish leader Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelsi. The an- nouncement incorporated the first public acknowledgment by the Polish government that its former anti-Jewish and anti-Israel policies were in er- ror, including the severing of ties between Poland and Israel following the Six-Day War of The announcement approv- ed by the Polish State Council on the eve of the opening of the Polish Jewry conference at the Hebrew University, was read at the conference's clos- ing dinner by a member of the council.
Cardinal Albert Decourtray was awarded the French government's first "prize for the defense of human rights" which included the funds. The award was announced a day after Decourtray publicly expressed his "sympathy to the Palestinian people" and support of "their right to a country of their own. The statement of sympathy for Palestinian aspirations had a powerful effect on Jews and non-Jews, not only because France is 90 percent Catholic, but because Decourtray represents the strongest pro- Jewish, pro-Israel trend within the country's Roman Catholic hierarchy.
His sensitivity to Jewish con- cerns was demonstrated when he headed the Catholic delega- tion at two Jewish-Catholic meetings in Geneva last year on the issue of a Carmelite con- vent at Auschwitz. Jewish delegates to what became known as the "Auschwitz Con- ference" stressed that the car- dinal was "highly sensitive to our feelings and receptive to our arguments.
Culture in Poland. The an- nouncement said that the Polish government condemns all forms of anti-Semitism and pledges to intensify research on the history of the Polish Jews and their contribution to the development of all areas of Polish life.
Gierowski also said he viewed the conference held at the Hebrew University as a critical point in the establish- ment of mutual understanding and cooperation between Jewish and Polish researchers. In addition to the Polish par- ticipants, the conference the first of its type to deal com- prehensively with the 1,year history of Polish Jewry brought together researchers from the U.
Israel, France and Canada, some scholars in all. Among other prominent figures who attended the clos- ing event of the conference were Stefan Kwiatowsky, head of the Polish interest sec- tion in Israel, and Zbigniew Brzezinski, former U.
Na- tional Security adviser in the Carter Administration. During his service as majority and minority leader of the United States Senate, some recent issues he has supported are: The first bilateral free trade treaty with Israel. The memorandum of understanding with Israel which worked out procedures for joint United States-lsreli defense cooperation. As majority leader, Bob Dole is the principal sponsor of a congressional resolution that helped bring about the release of Anatoly Sharansky.
As President, Bob Dole will strive to promote Israeli security while working for real peace between Israel and her Arab neighbors. It now has a 70 Billion Dollar Trust Fund! The chain is long, reaching into the life of the urban dweller. They take an economy with them," said Jim Hightower. The conference was spon- sored by 14 separate Jewish organizations, including the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, the American Jewry, along with represen- tatives of farmers' advocacy groups.
Hightower denied govern- ment and media reports that the farm crisis is over. The bad news is that their good news is a lie. Conference coordinator Frank Hornstein of Queens. A military spokesman said an explosive charge was detonated at a roadside near Gaza, but there were no casualties. Gunshots also were fired at some military vehicles on a road that bypasses the city of Gaza. The fire was returned and no one was apprehended, the spokesman added.
Meanwhile, an investigation into the death of a Palestinian youth in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip indicated he was killed when a bomb he was preparing exploded prematurely. The youth's family had claimed he was electrocuted. Virtually the entire West Bank and Gaza Strip was paralyzed by a general strike, called for by the Palestinian Liberation Organization in ad- vance of the arrival of U.
Secretary- of State George Shultz. Shops and offices were clos- ed, stall owners abandoned their usual places on the streets, schools were- shut down and only a few of the thousands of Arabs employed in Israel showed up for work.
Reportedly, area residents were quoted as having passed on information about the col- ony, Colonia Dignidad. A West German commission was sent to investigate links between Colonia Dignidad and the disappearance of more than 30 children in Bonn and Cologne, West Germany, where a group called the Circle of Friends of Colonia Dignidad has offices.
The commission was denied entry to the colony. Meanwhile, the report notes, the Chilean embassy in Washington, DC, has not yet responded to an inquiry to the ambassador last year about the fate of Professor Boris Weisfeiler, who disappeared while hiking in Chile on Jan. The report also notes that a prominent Chilean Nazi. Ed- win Robertson, who is dir of the History Department of the Metropolitan Universin of Pedagogic Science in San- tiago, was a featured speaker at a memorial rally there for Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess.
University students subsequently protested against a Nazi having a role in their education. But during the past six months. Army officials say, "dozens" of Druze and Circassian Moslems have refused to show- up at their local Army recruiting centers after receiv- ing their draft notices. Neuroscientist, Dr. Robert D.
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Crusaders' fortress that was a SLA sources said fire was Palestine Liberation Organiza- aimed at them from a nearby tion stronghold before the post of the United Nations In- m slightly wounded when his vehicle came under fire in the southern Lebanon security zone The incident occurred north of Beaufort Castle, the of a 12th-century Fascell Signs On Soviet Letter Congressman Dante Fascell has joined in signing a letter to President Reagan expressing "deep and ongoing concern about the plight of Soviet Jewry.
In addition, the letter observes that Kol Yisrael the Voice of Israel continues to be jammed, thus denying Soviet Jews access to important in- formtion about Israel. Pollard was not present and the judge made no comment when issuing his ruling. Mr t,. A military spokesman an- nounced, meanwhile, that an Israel Navy patrol boat sank a motorized rubber dinghy car- rying terrorist infiltrators from Lebanon. The terrorist craft was blown out of the water, the spokesman said.
The incident, which occurred south of the Lebanese port of Tyre, was the latest of an in- creasing number of attempted seaborne attacks on Israel, none of which has succeeded. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a ter- rorist group headed by George Habash, claimed responsibili- ty.
It said three of its men managed to swim to shore and two were missing. I he garden contains rare wild and cultivated plant species of Israel and the surrounding region, going back to biblical and talmudw times. One section contains cedars of Lebanon, brought from that country in There is also a special garden for the blind, featuring plants with palpable texture and special fragrance and signs in braille.
I have been reticent to take a position in the Presidential race and have previously declined to align myself with any candidate for that office, despite ample opportunity to do so. Israel is at a critical crossroads in its history. We are fortunate that most of the candidates seeking the presidency well understand the importance of maintaining a strong and viable democracy in the Middle East.
Most subscribe to the view that Israel's continued survival is vital to America's security interests in the region. Most, if not all, of the candidates are strong advocates for human rights in general, and for the right of Soviet Jews to emigrate, in particular. While I am personally acquainted with many of the candidates. I have attempted to be objective in evaluating their candidacies in the terms of which, if elected, would best serve our interest as Americans.
After serious consideration, I have concluded that Governor Michael Dukakis is deserving of my full support and of your consideration. Michael Dukakis supports the strengthening of strategic cooperation between the United States and Israel. He supports the continuation of economic and military assistance to Israel. He opposes arms sales which endanger Israel's security. He opposes negotiations with the PLO until it recognizes Israel's right to exist.
The commitment to and record of Governor Michael Dukakis and his family on issues of vital importance to us is unassailable. But we are not a single issue people. We are concerned about a wide range of issues, including the separation of Church and State. Our budget deficits are staggering. Our trade deficits continue to escalate. We must turn our attention to our children's future. What America needs today is not rhetoric. What America needs is competent and responsible leadership.
What America needs is sound judgment, proven experience, proven management skills, proven talents and abilities. Michael Dukakis has served Massachusetts well and will so serve the Nation. Please join me in casting your ballot next Tuesday. March 8th for Governor Michael Dukakis for President. Paid for By Jeffrey L. Dinitz, a Laborite, is expected to be replaced by Yaacov Gil, who heads the list of Labor candidates who fell short of election to the Knesset in Dinitz, will be allowed to join the Labor Party's ministerial "Sareinu" forum.
The ministers decided it was needed to offset a sue per- cent increase in real wages during the year unanticipated subsidy cost overruns and the failure to implement man- dated cuts in the health and education budgets. There were 18 abstentions. Informed of the results by Knesset Speaker Shlomo Hillel.
Israel's Irish-born chief of state pledged to "work without the national consensus for the peace and unity of the nation. But State Department spokeswoman Phyllis Oakley said the Romanian government "has authoritatively stated to us that it will continue to allow emigration for family reunification purposes without relation to economic ties with the United State. It took place during a flight from Durban to Cape Town, according to Maaariv.
According to a spokesman for Shapira, the minister said he had not known or recogniz- ed the South African official. He said South African Air- ways personnel seated them together and introduced them. They chatted during the flight on a number ol issues, in- cluding relations between Israel and South Africa, Maariv reported. Shapira received Foreign Ministry approval for his visit to South Africa, which he said was to promote immigration to Israel from the South African Jewish community.
Before departing Shapira in- sisted he would not hold meetings with members of the South African government, though he did not rule out chance meetings at events marking the 40th anniversary of Israel's independence. Israel Radio said that Shapira and Botha would meet again. The Cabinet voted last year to ban such contacts and restricted trade and cultural relations with South Africa as a mark of Israel's disapproval of the apartheid regime.
An- thropologist Carol Holzberg says they preceded the arrival of the African slaves. Always insignificant numerically, Jamaican Jewry has grown smaller in recent years. No more than about Jews are left on the island, representing 0. Holzberg believes the community's end is in sight. Holzberg ascribes the longevity of the community to communal solidarity; the ex- istence of synagogues, special schools and burial societies; and the maintenance of specific rituals and ceremonies.
Intermarriage, however, has had an impact. The author, now teaching at the University of Massachusetts, claims the many mixed marriages and conversions over the cen- turies mean that most of the descendants of the original Sephardim have assimilated within Jamaican society. As a result, there are black and even partly Chinese "Jewmaicans today.
Inter- breeding has been such that at a B'nai B'rith dinner in , Holzberg writes, 18 of the 25 couples in attendance were the products of intermarriages. Furthermore, since the departure of Jamaica's last rabbi in , the "acting rab- bi" has been a man who technically is not even Jewish.
Ernest de Souza, the secretary of the United Congregation of Israelites, was born before his mother converted to Judaism. He married a Christian who did not convert until three years after their marriage. Holzberg says that strict Or- thodox Judaism in Jamaica has been abandoned. Few Jewish families usher in the Sabbath with a candle-lighting ceremony or a festive dinner at home, and most "Jewmaicans" do not observe kashrut. She relates that at a B'nai B'rith dinner held to honor de Souza and another prominent Jew, the chicken was garnished with strips of bacon.
Despite all this, Jamaican Jews take their Judaism very seriously. If possible, they shop for groceries at the Jewish-owned supermarkets, they have their hair done by the Jewish hair- dresser," Holzberg explains. Apart from relying on co- religionists for mutual assistance, "Jewmaicans" feel themselves to belong to a com- munity characterized by what she describes as "overlapping social networks and shared kinship ties.
It is, she writes, "the primary symbol of the presence of a distinct and viable Jewish community. In the midth cen- tury, after the British con- quest, there was already a thriving community there. At no point did the Jewish popula- tion ever exceed 2, Jewish traders in Jamaica fared well, prompting Chris- tian merchants to demand that they be restricted to the wholesale trade. The Bpitish governor ignored their plea, believing that his Jewish sub- jects were too valuable to be so limited.
Nevertheless, Jews were barely tolerated in Jamaica, suffering social discrimination, exclusionary legislation and special taxation. Although they were granted the vote by an Act of Parliament in , they were denied the franchise by the Jamaican Assembly, and they attained full civic and political equality only in Holzberg points out that the emancipation of Jamaican Jewry, far from being trig- gered by humanitarian con- cerns, was more likely than not a function of economics. Simply put, it made no sense to keep them down.
Indeed, "Jewmaicans" have been involved in manufactur- ing, commerce, agriculture, banking, land development, and politics. Jamaican Jewish "firsts" in- clude the first book to be published under British rule, the first Ford agency in the Western hemisphere, the first steam- or power-generated sugar mill and the first Shell gas agency. The Gleaner, Jamaica's oldest continuously published daily newspaper, was founded by Sephardic Jews, Jacob de Cordova and his half-brother, Joshua.
It still partly owned by Jewish interests. Figures supplied to Holzberg by the Jamiacan stock ex- change suggest that Jews con- stitute 24 percent of the en- trepreneurial elite. In , six of the 14 most important "na- tional entrepreneurs" were Jewish. Jamaican "veranda chit- chat" holds that the comman- ding heights of the economy are controlled by 21 families. Foreigners control the bauxite industry, Chinese control retail food distribution.
Syrians monopolize the retail clothing trade. European whites dominate the sugar in- dustry. Jews, meanwhile, are said to control much of the manufacturing and industrial production. Politically, "Jewmaicans" have not done badly either. Eli Matalon has been mayor of Kingston and minister of na- tional security and justice. Neville Noel Ashenheim was ambassador to the United States.
But for all its achievements, the comunity is in a state of decline. It holds more funerals than weddings, and Holzberg says that "the days of a truly powerful Jewish community are numbered. Emigration has also taken its tolls, she adds. Between and , Jew migrated to the United State?. Britain, Canada and Australia. Some families left in search of better educational oppor- tunities for their children.
Jews also have cited reasons such as political uncertainty. The page booklet details Amtrak's value-priced travel packages to over 70 major cities and includes over 20 escorted tours. In addition, descriptions of Amtrak's routes and equipment make "Amtrak's America" a complete guide to train travel in the U.
The four-color booklet outlines Amtrak's destinations which are illustrated through route maps and photographs. Box , Itasca While proceedings conclud- ed the three judge appeals panel did not say when a deci- sion would be announced. The appeal follows U. Richey ruled that closing the information office the first such action under the Foreign Mission act did not violate the First Amendment since it "merely prohibits the PLO from operating as a foreign mission' of the PLO.
The judge also rejected the plaintiffs' contention that the closing violated their right of due process, ruling that a foreign mission has no such rights in the United States. The appeal was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, chief counsel for the ap- pellants. In addition to its claim that the staffers' First Amendment rights were violated, the appeal contends that the information office is not "substantially owned or ef- fectively controlled by the PLO"and "like the district court's opinion, the govern- ment's construction of the Foreign Missions Act is un- constitutionally vague.
That office remains open, with a Justice Depart- ment announcement expected any day before the March 31 closing deadline as to whether it will enforce the law. They were registered as new Jewish immigrants by the Israeli Con- sul in New York and came to Israel last year to qualify for the various economic privileges to which immigrants are entitled.
The official Israeli identity papers of the Paraj family list them as living in Kiryat Yovel, a Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem. But in fact, the Kfar Chabad report alleges, the family is living in the Arab village of Bell Hanina, where Paraj resided before he went to the United States. Herut Platform Hen.? The Tikkun editorial, both by denying comparisons between Israel and South Africa and in acknowledging that "Palesti- nians bear part of the respon- sibility for the present crisis," also seems to counter criticism of Israel heard from the political left.
In a telephone interview, Lerner said he plans to distribute , copies of the editorial, which includes the texts of two sample peti- tions and a special Passover prayer of "freedom for our brothers and sisters, the Palestinians. Jesse Jackson. His responses to questions about various Jewish concerns strir- red new allegations that the Democratic presidential aspirant was insensitive to Jews.
According to Lerner, if the latest issue of the inagarine, due on the newsstands in early March, generates a similar level of public debate, it will be because the editorial represents what he claims is the longest and most detailed criticism of Israel by an American Jewish publication or organization since the beginning of the unrest.
Earlier this month, 51, of the largest U. Jewish organiza- tions signed a statement of "unity and identification" with Israel released by the Con- ference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. The Tikkun editorial calls on the Israel government to end its administration of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank and to offer Arabs living there a demilitarized Palestinian state. It also proposes that Israel immediately hold a plebiscite to allow Palestinians to deter- mine who would negotiate for them in establishing the state.
These products will be of interest to world- financial communities and will provide a high level of security against fraudulent computer access and related violations. According to Natan Amir, chairman of the Committee for the Holy Land Football Bowl, the promoters completed "en- couraging discussions" with NFL officials here about an ex- hibition game to be played in' Ramat Gan's 50,seat stadium prior to the ' season.
One soldier lost a leg. Rescue efforts were hampered by shots fired from unknown sources. The rescue was hazardous in any event. It took more than six hours for medical teams to extricate the more seriously injured of the two soldiers, who was lying well within the mine field. UNIFIL sources could not explain why the two soldiers left the safe track on which they were walking. Miller, who has operated his own company in the West Ken- dall area since , provides a full range of accounting and tax services for small and medium sized businesses.
The various proposals will be presented to club owners at a league meeting in mid-March, according to Joe Rhein, director of administra- tion for the NFL. Israel has hosted a number of U. National Basketball Association teams, and Amir is convinced that American arm- ed forces personnel in the Mediterranean combined with immigrants from the United States would make the Holy Land Bowl a sell-out. THEN Gersten, 40, said he discovered that reports were being spread that he had been among 35 state senators who voted in favor of a resolution on April 5, expressing ap- preciation to Waldheim for ac- cepting an appointment to the Florida State University facul- ty in The resolution honored Waldheim.
When Gersten began check- ing into the reports, he learned that state officials admitted his name was improperly reflected Ji the list. Gersten and four other senators were absent during the vote. I just wasn't there. But what Redford's people didn't do was look at the Journal of the Senate to see who voted for it and who didn't. In recent weeks, I have stood ashen while my fellow Jews have demanded in fury to know why I support 'this Nazi Waldheim.
The meeting will be closed-door but the commit- tee's findings will be made public afterward. There is no legal force behind the committee, which includes civic and religious leaders such as Rabbi Irving Lehrmaii, Msgr. Bryan Walsh, civic activist. Really, public opnion is the ultimate sanction. Hopeful- ly, the voters in Dade County will reject candidates who employ dirty tricks, unfair campaign practices and who appeal to bigotry and prejudice.
Gersten never voted for a resolution honoring Kurt Waldheim. Number two, the resolution in question was voted on in It was unanimously endorsed by the members of the Florida Senate, including several other Jewish legislators, and of course was considered by that body years before Waldheim's Nazi past was publicly documented.
Levy of Robert M. Levy and Associates, told The Jewish Floridian that Redford "had a number of meetings," with his paid cam- paign staff. In addition to himself, Levy said Redford's paid campaign team includes Steve Fisher and Associates and Armando Guterriez and his partner Susan Fried, who represent their company. Asked if he knew which cam- paign worker was responsible for spreading the rumor, Red- ford said, "Yes, I know.
The rally will be coordinated by the American Zionist Federation of South Florida in cooperation with "almost every other Jewish organization which operates in this area," according to Harriet Green, chairman of the board of the AZF of South Florida. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El and na- tional vice president of the Zionist Organization of America announced the rally which is expected to be the largest demonstration in the United States supporting Israel since the wave of unrest in the administered-territories began in early December.
There will be no fund raising at the affair, and no admis- sion. Additional details will be announced next week. Among those traveling to Miami to pay honor to the Swedish diplomat who saved some , Hungarian Jews and was then imprisoned by the Russians, is Yvonne Singer, Wallenberg's Cana- dian goddaughter and Victor Aitay, concertmaster for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Singer was born in Wallenberg's Budapest apart- ment in , after her preg- nant mother was turned away by every Budapest hospital because she was a Jew.
Wallenberg also provided refuge to her family until the end of the war. Victor Aitay also owes his life to the Swedish humanitarian. Aitay was able to escape from a Nazi labor camp in , and, disguised as a priest, made his way to the Swedish Embassy in Budapest. There, Wallenberg gave him a Schutzpass and had him remain, working on the Emabassy's telephone bank. For information and reser- vations, Gordon Dem. Gordon will be feted for his 16 years of leadership in the state's upper house.
He has headed numerous committees, including appropriations, transportation, ways and means and health and rehabilitative services. In gratitude, he remarked at length on his appreciation to the State of Florida and his comfort upon his several visits. He commented on its importance as the gateway to Latin America and on its role model status to teh rest of the world.
Additionally, he said, "Only if we can aid justice and equality amongst nations we have a chance to solve the pro- blems of our time in economic, social and humanitarian fields and let me add immediately, also in the political field, because there is no political stability as long as there isn't economic and social stability in the world.. Bernard J. Cohen, with her husband, Louis, who died in , were founding members of Ner Tamid, and she is currently serving as presi- dent of the temple's Sisterhood.
On March 16, "Where was God? Where was Man? The programs through March 30 will be held at the Meyerhoff Center, Hollywood. Hadassah Events Stephen S. For information and reservations, The program will be a Quiz Show moderated by Muriel Kovinow.
The even- ing will focus on the holiday of Passover, with a Passover workshop following the meeting. Hatikvah Hadassah will be having its life membership din- ner Thursday, March 17 at p. Hatikvah will be honoring all life members. Renanah Chapter will meet Monday, March 14 beginning at 11 a. The speaker at the Kinneret Hadassah meeting on Tues- day, March 15 at p.
All proceeds will benefit Hadassah Irael Education Services. Rae Kanter. The event, "From Generation to Generation" presents Hadassah children, mothers, and grandmothers modeling fashions to benefit Youth Aliyah. Ei-Al Airtinee the Miam. Sf Second. It's that jt was done.
It could be that everyone was doing it and only one person came to light. I don't believe they've been called for or offered. I got hit with it last time," he said. Levy said Redford has sent Gersten a letter of apology.
Miami Beach. Gelula Chapter will sponsor 1E?? March 9 at 1 p. Attorney Barry Blaxberg said he was called by the Fair Campaign Practice Commit- tee, concerning a report that Redford campaign worker Gutierrez told him about the fallacious Waldheim-Gersten connection. Blaxberg said he was atten- ding a Valentine's Day party sponsored by by the Latin Builder's Association.
Blax- berg said Gutierrez, who had been "walking Mr. Redford around, proceeded to tell me. Gersten honored Mr. Waldheim back in and that's going to alienate a lot of Jewish voters in this town Blaxberg said he read a newspaper story a few days later citing similar campaign rumors in North Dade.
Gersten were clearly based on targeting the fears or the con- cerns of an ethnic or religious group in this instance both Jews and Cubans. It's bad enough to listen to what politi- cians have to say on the real issues. But to have them play on people's fears and concerns this community doesn't need that.
Neither Gutierrez nor Fried returned repeated phone calls. Proceeds from the ball are used to provide for meeting the operating deficit of the school, which was renamed 20 years ago in honor of Dr. Irv- ing Lehrman. For information, The black-tie dinner and dance will begin with a p. Lawrence M. Baked Fresh Daily Rye Bread Delicious Toasted.
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The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel on March 13, 11 a. Sylvia Herman and Edysse Kessler are the chairmen of the day. This year's event will en- courage the cooperation of twenty chapters from the Region including Puerto Rico. Frieda Levitan will head the musical portion of the program featuring mandolin artist Fred Gold.
Ida Kovalsky, cultural chairman, will be crowned Queen Esther and will read from the Megillah. Vice president Esther Weinstein will conduct a Purim celebration with a recitation of the traditional Megillah. Anna Warshaw will be honored as "Purim Queen. A short talk on what Purim means to Jews today will be given according to Bert Lazar, of three generations or more of Hadassah membership will be recognized. Brian is the son of Claire Tannenbaum of W.
Elise Lipoff was her sister's maid of honor. Taryn Shapiro was junior bridesmaid; Nicole and Samantha Daniels were flower girls. Kevin Shapiro was the ring bearer. Brian had his brother, Marc Daniels, as best man. Brian Daniels Discover the treasures of Inverr ary.
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In addition, all of Inverrary's clubs are available to you. For a look at Inverrary Gardens, call the sales office today between 10a. In Florida, dial Elsewhere call toll-free One local daily says the real power elite in Dade County are the kingmakers, developers, publishers and the like. The other local paper says the real power is held by the maitre d' at Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant. At a restaurant like Joe's, Miami Beach's oldest and still considered its most famous, developers, publishers and royalty show up along with tourists and not-so-famous locals.
Some get seated pro- mptly and some less fortunate join the average nightly half hour to two-hour wait for a chance to tie on a a'seafood bib. Who's the power at Joe's? Where does the final buck stop? Because it's South Beach, it's part of my blood," she says Sawitz-Bass is the third generation of the Weiss family to operate the restaurant and the first woman in recent years to do so solo.
Even though she has in help and two special assistants son, Stephen, 30, and daughter Jodi, Clutching a coffee pot in one hand, she motions with the other for a visitor to follow her. She is wearing a purple sweater-shirt and floral-skirt that flows almost to her ankles. She is Petite and thin and about to get businesslike. It is at these gatherings where orders of business are J'scussed along with the cof- fee, tea or soda.
She turns and leaves and gets a few steps before she is summoned to the telephone. University of Miami wants seating for But , not that she wants to turn down business, but, sorry, no way. Cookbooks, wine books and the like fill shelves in the con- ference room outside her of- fice.
A door leads to a private kitchen; she says that is her escape, and where, since the age of 12, she has been conjur- ing up recipes, some of which have become a permanent part of Joe's repertoire. Sawitz- Bass, standing middle, runs the restaurant now with her two children, Jodi and Stephen. Below are Jesse and Grace Weiss. Although he is semi-retired, customers still ask for Jesse, Joe's-legend.
Yet they don't refer to Joe's as gourmet. That's my father's quote," says Sawitz-Bass. But, it is more than a restaurant. To the whole family it's their security blanket. Stephen her son comes here sometimes on his days off. No bookkeep- ing. Private party preferred Exp- erienced, references. Sensitive to the needs of your complexion. Choose a formula for your skin type.
Available Scented and Unscented 32 OZ. Available Scented and Unscented. The celebrant is a student in the Hei Class at Adath Yeshurun. Stuart is an honor roll stu- dent. Stuart is also active in the North Miami Beach Op- timist soccer and baseball leagues. Stanley Skopit will host the Kiddush following the services in honor of the occasion.
Special guests will include family and friends from Toron- to, Canada. Iowa and New York. March 5 at Bet Shira Congregation. Josh is the son of Mr. Leonard A. Wien, Jr. He is the grandson of Dr. Charles A. Rosenberg, and Mr. Wien, and the great-grandson of Mrs.
Pauline H. Josh is a graduate of the Solomon Schechter Day School, and attends Gulliver Academy where he is in the seventh grade, and a member of the soccer team. Stanislav Gorshunsky, son of Mr. God gave Moses two tablets of stone containing the Ten Commandments, written "with the finger of God. In his fury, he broke the two tablets of the Law. The idolaters were killed by the members of the loyal tribe of Levi.
Moses prayed successfully to God to spare the children of Israel despite the backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai again, and there received a new set of stone tablets. When he descended, "The skin of Moses' face sent forth beams; and Moses put the veil back upon his face until he went in to speak with Him" Exodus S5. Wollman- isarrw. Joseph Schlang is president ot the society distributing the volume. His nemesis, according to? The Sunday Times claimed that Bentov, working for Mossad, the Israeli secret ser- vice, introduced herself to the lonely, nervous Vanunu in London, as "Cindy.
The paper's account contradicts the Israel government's denial that it was involved in anything il- legal on British soil. The trial of Vanunu, which began last year, is continuing in a Jerusalem court closed to the press and public.
Alan is a student in the Lehrman Day School, where he is in the eighth grade, and is vice president of Kadi ma. Alan is a ranked tennis player, a karate expert, and plays piano and guitar. Goldwyn will host a kiddush luncheon at Temple Emanu-El, following the services. The family will continue their celebration the following day with invited guests, on the Sea Escape to the Bahamas. The lecture, to be conducted in Hebrew, will be presented by Rabbi Dr.
Jehuda Melber, president of the Moadon Ivri. Also at the library, "Eve and Lilith: The. Dynamic Duo" will be the subject of the forthcom- ing lecture in the series Spiritual Giants of the Past to be held on Wednesday, March 16, at a. Artist and feminist Leslie J. Klein will speak. Past President Janice Alter was elected president for the third time, and Past Presidents Elayne Uhr and Justine Warmbrandt were elected senior vice president and junior vice president respectively.
I Synagogue Listing Candlelighting Time p. Mlncha 6 p. Kabbalat Shabbai p. Sarvlca a. Bar Mltnah Stuart Skopit. Kendall Dr. Miami Leonard Schoolman, Sr. Family San. Adult aarv. Milton Freeman. Ritual Director ShaobathSar. Sal Sam Mlnchah 6. Daily aarvtcaa. Tuaa Wad. Bat Mltnah Maradith Shara Baaa.
Cloalng lala Frl. Rabbi Lahrman will praach Cantor Yahuda Shlfman will chant. Miami Beach Cantor. Rabbi Solomon Schitf Dam. Rabbi Rax D. Eieenatet, Rabbi Frl. Sanlca p. Dobin, RaBM Frl. FL Conservative Dr. Israel Jacobs. Rabbi Dr. Joseph A. Waakday San. Frl 8 am Mon. Ari Frtdkis. Assoc FU Daily aamcttah Baaaai Friday am ana a m Sat 6 a.
Sat Mlncha p. Sat: 6 45 a. Saturday a. Quaat apaakar Miriam Mandalow San. Miami Beach Blvd. Max A. Exec Director Scholar in laaidanca waakand featuring Rabbi M. Faldman Dally aanlcaa Monday through Friday a. San 8 p. Shabboa Mlncha 10 mln. Rabbi Julian I. Administrator F?. Dr Norman N Shapko. Mondaya and Thuradaya Sunday 6 a. It's inexplicable. Everything has its price. It's not my lifestyle. The restaurants that have failed cannot blame the blight, she says. Miami poet and artist Laurence L.
Donovan is an associate professor of English at the University of Miami. Jo Ann Sawitz-Bass she does about Joe's. For her father's recent 75th anniversary celebration of Joe's, family friend Ann Bishop, Channel 10's anchor, taped as a gift to the family 10 hours of Jessie Weiss' recollec- tions of growing up on Miami Beach. The tape has been put into storage, she ex- plains. Ask Grace Weiss what makes Joe's so famous and she answers: seventy-nine years on the same corner, same family, fifth generation.
THE "fifth" generation that Grace refers to are Jodi's daughters Jessica, 11, and Lauren, 8, who are starting to learn the business by cleaning fish and potatoes. As a working woman, Sawitz-Bass has changed her views of women as professionals. I wanted to be with the men. I wanted to listen to what they were saying politically.
And I found that being on boards and commit- tees with women did not answer my needs. I became Sara Lee gives you more of what you want in a bagel! Lots of plump, juicy raisins. Lots of poppy seeds. Real onion pieces. Now, Sawitz-Bass says, her five closest friends are women and, not surprisingly, women who hold powerful positions. I see goals that are reached. And I am forever amazed. I knew these women from the time they were housewives.
What they did in running their homes and chauffeuring their children they have taken those life qualities and turned them into wonderful careers where they are at the heads of their fields. They have come through the ranks. Before she takes her seat at the head of the con- ference table she grabs a few crackers from the kitchen.
On- ly "in a blue moon" does she eat the restaurant's namesake. Not since the hole in the bagel has something so tiny made it so big. A It's Tetley's liny little tea leaves They've been making it big in Jewish homes lor years Tetley knows that just as liny lamb chops and tiny peas are the most flavorful, the same thing is true lor tea leaves. So for rich, refreshing flavor, take time out for Tetley tea. Because tiny is tastier!
The luncheon, to be held on Sunday, March 27, a. And the folk group, the Mamas and the Papas, will headline the multi- entertainment for Israel 40, a community-wide celebration. March 4, at 8 p. Students of the Hillel Foun- dation of H'nai B'rith at the University of Miami will be guests of the Temple Emanu- El Sisterhood at the service, and at a special Shabbat din- ner to be held in the synagogue prior to the service.
In addition, Jewish singles of the community will be honored at the service, with a special reception for young singles, in the form of an Oneg Shabbat, slated immediately following the service. April I Sunday lunch. Heated Pool. Tennis Stadium Visions. For further 0,ma, on call Goldberg has been chairman of the board of directors for the past four years. March N Miami Beach. Inez Andreas School of Business.
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