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

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

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53- Number 5
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
oricoao
Two Sections
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admiring public as Joej "is the
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tai al.ii pla> i'i in the world
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lir.nn and brawn have earned tor
him this double distinction It
look one Miami boy al the age ol
16 to forge the impregnable
barriers ol an ancient Spanish
port, heretofore dominated b)
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Continued on Page 10-A
Land Borders Open to Civilian Traffic
By GIL SEDAN
And f ITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel and Egypt are officially at peace with each other
today for the first time in more than 30 years. Their land borders are opened to tourists
and other civilian traffic. Egypt has announced the termination of its state of war with
Israel and its participation in the Arab League boycott of Israel and relayed those
decisions to the United Nations and other international organizations.
Normal relations were established over the weekend, beginning last Friday, when
Refidim. the largest Israeli military base in Sinai, was formally handed over to Egypt
along with some 5,500 square miles of territory evacuated by Israeli forces last week.
On that occasion. Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat tele-
phoned Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and as-
sured the Israeli leader of
Egypt's determination to
implement fully the nor-
malization clauses of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
Footsie With Arabs
New Carter Doctrine
Aims to By-Pass Israel
t reaty.
ISRAELI OFFICIALS were
especially pleased by the
Egyptian decision not to link the
normalization process to the
autononn talks which remain
deadlocked. Sadat placed
Defense Minister Kamal Hassan
Ah in direct charge of the nor-
malization machinery, a move
regarded here as a slap in t he l.n ,
to Foreign Minister Butroe (ihali
and other hardliners who wanted
to de\ slop relations with Israel at
a slower pace The Israeli Cabinet
is expected to reciprocate bj
putting Defense Minister h/er
Uei/.man in charge of nor-
malization on the Israeli side
The practical effects ol nor
mah/ation were visible Sunday
when the iirst bus load of Israeli
tourists arrived al II \rish and.
alter undergoing formal.:
boarded an Egyptian bus bound
tor Cairo For the time being,
the Egyptians are limiting border
crossings to organized groups ol
Israelis who ha\ e obtained entr\
\ is.is Iron- the Foreign Ministry
in Cairo or w ho hold passports i >.
a t bird countr)
Two foreign tourists, one
French and one German, crossed
the border from Egypt into
Israel I he Egyptians, however,
refused entry to a group of \rab
residents o| Gaza who armed at
II Vrish b\ bus with valid entry
permits \o immediate ei
planation was given
Continued on 1'uge H-A
B> JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON
(JTA) President Carter's
foreign policy aides are re-
ported framing a "Middle
East Doctrine" designed to
contain the Soviet threat to
the Near East and South
Asia and to assure the
region's oil-producing
stales of American support
against upheavals like that
in Iran. The doctrine." if
carried out as tentatively
understood in its pre-
liminary stages. would
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Court Case Reveals
Italy Seen Linked To
Palestinian Terrorists
Bj I ISA PALMIER1
ROME (JTA) Seven-year prison sentences pro-
nounced here last Friday on three former members of
Parliament and a Jordanian businessman for col-
laborating with Palestinian terrorists, officially closed a
case thai bad been shrouded in mystery since the arrests
were made last November.
But it opened to public scrutiny an unsavory record
Continued on Page 11 A
i Latin America
Argentine Artist Describes Hitler-Like Netherworld
IW YORK (JTA) -
Alejandro Deutsch
released after nine
- in a concentration
( ",(1 a prison in
:,i' Argentina, he
"!"' <>f his captors
'" aw wife, and their
three children had
imprisoned "You
been
must
have done something,
otherwise you wouldn't
have been here." was the
reply of the captor, an army
colonel, Deutsch said.
the :.> vear old lewis!,
businessman and artist described
his ordeal to some 30 persons at a
reception at the headquarters ol
the National Conference of
Christians and lew- |\C( .11
where an exhibit ol his oils,
sketches and watercoiors is on
display this wok Some of the
paintings and drawings were
done while m prison, while others
an recollections ol prison life
ited since Deutsch settled in
Reseda, California.
DR. LUIS AVILA, a Paterson,
\ J doctor who comes from
Cordoba and is active in the
Argentine Information Service
i said that more than
persons have disap
peared in Argentina since the
present ruling lunta took over on
March 24, 1976 II.' said the
Argentine government has
adopted a law. based on a similar
one in Nazi Germany which
allow-- the government to declare
'juridical death for disappeared
Continued on Fane 9 \


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Dr. Norman Lamm (left), president of Yeshiva University, meets With Israel -
Minister Menaehem Begin in Israel where Begin expressed his government 8 support
University's neu Camp David Institute for International Health at Albert Einstein (
of Medicine.
Prime
of the
'ollege
Headlines
Program to Improve Medical Services
Scientists and physicians from Kgypt. Israel.
and the United Slate- will unite in a common
effort to improve medical MTViCM throughout the
Middle East in a major new program initiated by
Yeshiva University's Albert Kinstein College of
Medicine, Dr. Norman Lamm, president. Yeshiva
University, announced.
The new Camp David Institute for Inter
national Health, named in commemoration of the
site of the historic peace negotiations, was
funded by a $'.\ million anonymous gift in honor of
President Carter. Prime Minister Begin of Israel,
and President Sadat of Egypt
I)r Lamm returned Dec. 20 from a trip to Israel
and Egypt where he met with Prime Minister
Begin and Hassan el Kamel. Chief of President
Anwar Sadat's Cabinet, both of whom expressed
their support of the project
Richard Kellerman. a veteran journalist and
public relations man. ha- been named associate
director ol Public Relations for HI AS. it was
announced by Gaynor I Jacobson, executive ice
president of the organization
HIAS i- the worldwide Jewish migration
agency, now celebrating it- centennial year. In
addition to it- caseload ol Soviet Jews, it is
current!) involved in assisting Indochinese "boat
people" at the request of the I s Government.
Ki Herman is a former Depul Commissioner for
Public \ffairs in tin Sew York Citj Police
Department and a former reporter for the Daily
Over a f 14 j ears he ser\ -d sui
it CBS News, NBC'.News and ^BC News
The London Institute for Strategic Vffairs
published the following specifics with regard to
:h. military strengths ol countries in the Middle
now has 3,300 tank- 560 combat
raft, 100,000 soldiers, 7.000 armored vehicles,
and 1.850 pieces of artillery Egypt 2,100 tanks
apart from 1.IKM) new American tank- to be
added, 515 combat aircraft apart from 85 new
American plane-, a standing army of 896,000,
1,000 armored vehicles plus 700 additional
American made vehicles, and 2.400 pieces ol
irtillery. The combined forces ol Syria. Iraq and
Ionian: 5.7(H) tanks, 1.030 aircraft, standing
army of 746.000 soldiers. 5.000 armored vehicles.
and 1.130 pieces of of artiller)
Two new unit- of Israel's largest financial body
will shortly open to serve the growing commercial
1 ies between Latin America and Israel.
The first one i- a comprehensive banking
facility in Uruguay and the second, a represen-
tative office in Panama City, Panama
The new banking subsidiary of Bank Leumi I-e-
1-rael in Montevideo, Case Bancaria I-eumi Le-
Israel S.A., will provide regular and international
banking service- and act as a channel for aiding
business and industrial interests to develop trade
and other commercial activities with Israeli
counterparts.
The new representative office in Panama, it is
said, will contribute to improving Israel's
economic relations and commercial tie- with the
('out ral America countries
li< nnett Yanowitz oj Clevi land was eli U i
chairman of the National Jeuish Ct.....
/{ lotions \ > mncil at its
assembly in Philadelphia Yanouitz, a
Si
h, "umbrella" organization
for II national Jeu ish organizations and 107
local Ji u i-h community relations 1 oun< its
\ nerd budget ol more than S79.000.000 to
provide education and vocational training in 18
10 100,000 men. women and young people in 24
countries has been approved bj some 780
del. gate- attending the \merican < >R I Fed
eration's National Centennial Conference in Sea
York
Nearl) half of the sum more than
19.000.000 1- to be -i>ent in Israel, with sub-
stantial amount- also allocated tor ORT's efforts
in France and in Latin America, particularly
Argentina.
The $79,936,600 budget was proposed by
Sidney I. Leiwant, AOF president, who was
elected president for a second year t>\ ac-
clamation
The American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDCl, working in cooperation with
the Israel Ministrj ol Health, will establish the
Falk Mental Health Policy and Planning
Institute in Israel, it was announced bj Donald
M Robinson president ol A.I.IDC and Philip
Hallen. president ol the Maurice Falk Medical
fund of Put-burgh. Pa The establishment ofths
Institute has been mad,, possible by a 1260,000
grant from t h. Maurice Falk Medical Fund
In making the announcement. Robinson pawl
tribute to Leon Falk. .Ir. Pittsburgh corporation
executive and philanthropist, who is chairman ol
the board ol the Maurice Falk Medical Fund
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News in Brief
Israeli Mission to Cairo Delayed
i
JERUSALEM The
vanguard of Israel's first
diplomatic mission to Cairo has
belayed its arrival there at the
request of Egyptian authorities.
Dr. Yosef Hadass, the Charge
i Affaires, and Zvi Gabbai. first
jecretary. were due in the
\ gyptian capital Monday to open
the" Israeli Embassy. But a cable
Ifrom Cairo, received at the
Voreign Ministry here shortly
Ibefore midnight Sunday night.
I.^krd them to postpone their
^tV parture. No reason was given.
I sraeli officials reacted in a low
Ikey to the delay, apparently
lanxioul not to mar the nor-
Enalizatioa process with Egypt
lth.il U>;an over the weekend by
Lppearing disturbed. The
technical team assigned to ac-
kompan) the Israeli diplomats
did go to Cairo Monday as
tied They will prepare the
['< Israeli Embaaay located in a
|- i ti.it apartment block in
|( airo'a Zajnalek Quarter
\ i gyptian edvance party la
[c in lei Aviv next week to seek
kremises for the Egyptian
11 bass) .mil prepare them for
diplomat u work
...
LONDON Sol LJnowitz,
'resident Carter I tpecial
ambassador lor Middle East
legotiations, came under
kressure troni British officials to
-Itpet'ii up the talks on Palestinian
autonotm At the same time.
.Sen. Edward Kennedy
l.inowiu. who met with King
Hussein of Jordan here, was
unable to get a commitment from
Hussein to join the Egyptian
Israeli talks
Hussein's refusal to join the
autonomy talks was announced
by a *|x>kesman for the King
after Hussein held an hour-long
talk with l.inowit/ "Anything
related to the Camp David
agreements cannot be accepted
by Jordan or an\ \ral> countr\ .
t he --pokesman said
NEW rORK Agudath
Israel Ol America has warned the
Carter administration not to
include women in the proposed
renewal of the selective service
system. In telegram to the
President. Agudath Israel
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registered the strong objections
of the Orthodox Jewish com-
munity To any attempts to
uproot the Jewish daughter from
her parents' home, which is
central to her upbringing."
The Agudath Israel action
followed President Carter's
announcement last week of plans
to reintroduce registration which
is a prelude to the draft.
The Agudath Israel statement
continued: "The highest rabbinic
authorities have already ruled
that for Jewish women to
respond to military conscription
is contrary to Jewish law "
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STRASBOURG The
Council of Kurope. a
Parliamentary advisory body on
which 24 member states are
represented, refused Monday to
extend an invitation to the PLO
to address u The Council decided
to have the matter examined by
the Political Commission, a
discreel way to shelve it for the
time being
The decision not to invite a
IM.o representative was taken
after a Swedish representative,
Socialist Deput) Carl l.ulbom.
tabled .i resolution calling on the
Council tO hear all sides in the
Middle East conflict, including
the representatives ol the
Palest iman people."
WASHINGTON Sen
Kdward Kennedy (l> Mass |
characterised the Palestine
Liberation Organization this
weak as a Soviet surrogate'
and called for strengthening
Middle hast countries against
"subversion" by the terrorist
organization. He also charac-
terized Israel as America's "most
stable and dependable ally in the
Middle Past
In an address at Georgetown
1 Diversity. Kennedy, a candidate
for the Democratic Presidential
nomination, launched a full dress
attack on aspects Ol President
Carter's foreign policy, par-
ticularly in the Middle Past.
Nations in the area must bt
Strengthened against subversion
from the PLO and other Soviet
surrogates," he said He warned.
however, that "we must not
overreact to the present crisis in
ways that undermine the securit)
of Israel."
.-
JERUSALEM The Haifa
District Court sentenced two
Arab terrorists Monday to life
imprisonment for the murder of a
man. his daughter and a
policeman in a terror attack last
spring
The terrorists entered an
apartment building In Nahariya.
shot Dan Harran. in his thirties,
his daughter. Kinat. and police
Sgt Eli Shahar.
The judges said the terrorists
intended to kill any Jew who
would stand in their way. and
Committed distasteful crimes
such as the cold-blooded murder
of a baby The sentence could not
fully match the brutality of the
crime, the judges said
JERUSALEM Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, the veteran former
American Zionist leader and
rabbi-emeritus of Congregation
Hnai Jeshurun in New York City,
looks little worse for the wear
following an armed robbery at his
home here last Thursday night.
He told reporters he had
opened the door to two young
men who then proceeded to
punch him and relieved him of
IL3O00 in cash he had in his
pocket. Goldstein, displaying a
band aid across the bridge of his i
nose, said he was grateful the two
had not stolen his various
trophies and mementoes of his
rich Zionist career, which are not
valuable in themselves but have
an immense sentimental value to
him.
The 83-year-old former Keren
Hayesod chairman is. an Israeli
newspaper noted, ironically in
reporting the incident, president
of the "good citizenship society"
in Israel.
MMHMBSSSMK
JERUSALEM Israelis
could drive to Egypt for the first
time last week but they could not
leave Israel by air or sea. Ben
Ourion Airport and Israel's three
seaports. Haifa. Eilat and Ash-
dod. were closed as some 100.000
public utility workers were out in
a strike to protest the govern-
ment's economic policies.
The strike, called by 12 major
workers committees, included
employees who service planes at
Men (iurion Airport; the
seamen's union and dock
workers; postal and Israel
Electric Co. workers; employees
in x-ray departments and at the
Dead Sea Works; and employees
of Israel Aircraft Industries, the
nation's largest employer.
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JERUSALEM Maj Saad
Haddad. the leader of the
Christian militia in South
Lebanon, warned that a 5.000-
man contingent of the "Palestine
Liberation Army" has just
recently taken up a position
between Beirut and the Lit am
River. Haddad claimed the force
was armed with tanks and heavy
artillery and that its deployment
was undertaken in coordination
with the Syrian command in
Lebanon.
Syria itself confirmed over the
weekend that it has strengthened
its troop concentration in
Lebanon Israel had reported
BUCh a buildup last week
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A Sound Decision
Following his talk last week with U.S.
Ambassador Lewis, Israel's Prime Minister
Menachem Begin acted responsibly and with due
regard for the pressure to which he will be exposed
when he announced his determination to press Israel
not to participate in the Moscow Olympics.
Israel is not noted for its international athletic
achievements, but the invitation to go to Moscow to
attend was in itself a bittersweet occasion showing
the rare triumph of athletic competition over politics
so far as the Olympic Games are concerned.
To give up the opportunity to appear in the
international sports arena is not something the
Prime Minister's countrymen will take to lightly.
Win or lose, ironically, the Games are as important
politically to Israel as they are to the Soviet Union
itself, for whom the participation of the Israelis
would serve as an international stage to refute
(l)that the Soviet Union is anti-Semitic; and
(2) that it is anti-Zionist.
Should Israel join President Carter's effort to
establish a boycott of the summer Olympics if the
Soviets refuse to pull back out of Afghanistan, that
will be one more country this week to proclaim itself
sympathetic with the cause. The Federal Republic of
West Germany also announced that its athletes
would be willing to join a boycott.
The principle, as we said here last week, is a
sound one. It is sheer nonsense to argue that there is
not relationship between sports and politics
particularly so far as the Soviets are concerned.
Prime Minster Begin has made the right decision.
Whose'Vital American Interest'?
Spotlighting Nazis
The recent \BC te\e\ ision documentary, Es
71 Justict Nazi War Criminals in \mei may
havt served to inform a much wider public in the
ted States about the scandalous situation in
which more thai; 200 Nazi war criminals havi
allowed to live safely in this country, some of them
over (0 years
Up to now. outside of th- Jewish community,
only a few Americans ha\ e been concerned about this
issue. In fact, many have not been able to understand
the need to prosecute these war criminals. They have
argued, why bother a bunch of old men. many of
them now popular in their local communities, about
something that happened years ago?
The ABC documentary described the crimes
committed by these people. It reached an audience
that had already learned something about it by the
NBC-TV series Holocaust. But more important it
presented the shocking story of how many of these
people lied their way into the U.S. some of them with
the help of American government officials. It
demonstrated the scandalous inaction of the
Immigration and Naturalization Service for over 30
years and the even more upsetting fact that some of
these alleged war criminals were protected by
government officials.
A few people have labored over the years to get
government actions non-Americans such as Simon
Wiesenthal. the Vienna-based Nazi hunter, and
Rumanian Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen; and Americans
like Dr. Charles Kramer, the 82-year-old retired
dentist who has worked for over 20 years almost
singlehandedly on the case of Bishop Valerian Trifa.
Also, such writers as Charles Allen Jr. and Howard
Blum, and officials such as Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman
(D., N.Y.).
But the ABC documentary may result in wider
public support for these investigations and
prosecutions. Perhaps this is why Assistant Attor-
ney General Philip Heymann has announced that the
Justice Department has set a deadline for disposing
of the 250 cases already pending for the end of this
year.
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Volume 53 Number 5
ONCE
AGAIN. President
Csxtar7s mouth has moved before
the reel of his head has been
given the opportunity not only to
move first, but even to folio*
suit.
Now a is reported to us thai **
would not bf able to act With
military success in the area Mr.
Carter has defined a- I Vital
American interest' even if we
wanted to even if the Russians
were in fact to launch a campaign
against Pakistan and or Iran
ONCE AGAIN, we an- con
fronted with the President as a
paper tiger whose roa r it would
be best to restrain On any given
OCCUion, having committed us to
some noble course of action in
which we will engage should Iran
or Russia or any of our other
most recent betes noirt not do as
he prescribes, we of COUrSC

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a^BesnuanaBBsnaBBSBanasBasw N
promptlv learn that the commit
menl was impossible to me** in
the first place *nd luat
prompdy.we|roceedtontj*H
Then what happened during
Mr Carter's message to that on-
glSS? \i 'hat moment that the
President was calling for the
blood ol the nation south in vet
another possible war. Sen Sam
\unn - ot grin on his tace not only
inappropriate to the occasion, but
downright indecent
reckoned in terms of his
standing struggle on ( .,
to resurrect compu|s,ir ,
wrvit
Then than was Si
Turner, chief of
maligned CIA, who
ducked his head betieal
prodding v lew of a -, .
I amera lens because hi- : i A ,
at that moment cracking up wit)
io\ of the powers (Jv
President promised t.> reuistau
to his agency in this tiny
nat mnal emergence
MORE DECENT than \Unr'
in his recognition that the tirm
was out of loint for such jollit)
like the true Intelligence man he
sought ..i 'f/\ to calebrau the
President's reawakening
a garrison state Then would be
time for greater frivolities
Still, both Nunn and I urner
demonstrated the enormous
pressure on the administration to
get us out of the red In
the nation up in the red. whit*'
and blue Now having But i
to it. w hut docs Mr ( .r'.
The most immedi.r.
.1 personal one The Pn
gains reelection Finalh
i hallenge bj act
' he popular V lew gl -
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I ward his hai
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Stamp Scandal
UN Moves to Propagandize PLO
By HERMAN MKRST. JR
For a quarter century, the
United Nations Postal
Administration has issued
postage stamps which call at
tention to significant an
niversaries. individuals who have
furthered the cause of peace, and
accomplishments of the UN itself
in making the world a better
place to live.
Now. if the General Assembly
has its way. the UN will debark
from this principle and use its
stamps for propaganda purposes.
This in itself is not so bad. for
many years, nations have been
using their stamps for
propaganda, even this one Rut
the United Nations Postal
Administration has been ordered
to produce a set of stamps to call
the world's attention to the
"inalienable right of the
Palestinian people to a homeland
in Palestine "
STAMP COLLECTORS are
up in arms over the proposed
issue. Not only is the UN PA
flooded with letters, but the office
of Secretary-General Waldheim
has received tens of thousands of
protests. Never before has the
UN itself permitted the use of its
postal paper to attack another
member of the U N
Jacques Minkus. who operates
the Stamp Departments in more
than 30 department stores across
the nation, the largest of which is
umbel Brothers in New York
City, has told the UN that if the
stamp is announced, he will no
longer permit his stores to sell
I N stamps to collectors Linn i
Week!) Stamp News, the hob
b) s largest newspaper, with a
circulation ol 100.000, has asked
its readers to bombard Kurt
V\ aldheim s office at the IN with
letters
The United Nations
Organization has ne\er revealed
the amount of money it makes
In.m the sale of its stamps, which
have been popular the world over
hut there is no doubt that it runs
into the many millions of dollars
It is pure profit to the UN, since
only the merest fraction of those
sold are ever used on mail
The IN has a contract with the
United States Postal Service to
operate its postal system, but the
United States is reimbursed the
full value of all UN letters wruch
actually go through the mail The
money from the sale of stamps
for philatelic use remains with
the UN.
AMBASSADOR Donald F
Mcllenry. the US A
representative u the United
Nations, has pointed out that the
proposal for a PLO stamp is
opposed by this countrv. since we
consider its release "as an un
necessary politicization of the
United Nations Postal
Administration."
There are hundreds of stamp
dealers all over the Inited States
who specialise in the selling of
United Nations stamps, some of
which, with a face value of f,ft.n
cents, now sell as high as $<*,
each They have slated that in
principle, they will no longer
handle them < )ne such deal) U
been quoted In the philai
press as am mg \ stamp t
PLO would be a travast) on the
go.nl name of the United Nai
and the good name of philati
Jacques Minkus Stated, If the
UN issues these stamps, thev will
k>se collectors by the lei
thousands
Minkus added. "My
have always encouraged pi
to collect UN stamps because o
their appreciation of the noble
goals which originally domr
the philosophy of the world
body "
THE PLO has been most
succeeaful in the past few years m
getting various Arab nation)
use their stamps as a vehi attack Israel. Several have issued
stamps portraying the Dome of
the Rock Mosque in Jerusak-m.
the Moslem's holy site.
suggesting that it be redeemed
from the hands of the infidel who
now control it The insignificant
fire in a mosque in the Sinai, due
to the explosion of grease in
kite hen nearby, has been pictured
on the stamps of several Arab
nations, with the statement that
the cause was Zionist trencher)
The PLO stamps are certain to
be issued unless the protest"
stamp collectors convince the
United Nations that by iss
the stamps thev will tie depr
"t the very considerable revenue
thsj now obtain from their
philatelic sales Non-Jewish
stamp collector* are flooding the
mails with protests.


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P
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Florida Klan Activity Continues on Rise
the Ku Klu* Man prominently
displayed funs ui two recent
cross-burning rallies near West
Palm Heach
I mi
According to the Florida Office
of the Anti-Defamation league of
H'nai B nth. the recent murders
by a group of Klansmen in
(ireensboro. North Carolina, has
heightened public awareness to
the potential for serious Klan-
inspired violence A recent AIM.
national fact-finding report noted
the strength ol various KKK
groups in America is now greater
*ihan it has been in more than a
lecade. with Klan groups
registering a '_'() percent to 25
percent membership gain m the
.1-1 ) ear
AIM. estimates there are
approximately 75.000 to wo.ooo
Man sympathizers m the
country Florida continues to be
one ol the etates with the most
KKK activity. Kwcnt Klan
activity in Florida has included
" inarch bv ~~> robed Klansmen and
Junior Klnnsmen in lakeland,
robed Klan demonstrators
assembled outside t hi home "t
two Black women and their
familiea in LandO Lakes, in what
was the second attempt to harass
the families since last \ugust
and in Dade City, a boUSC under
contraction, owned by a Mlack
man. was damaged in a crosi
burning incident
CIRCUIT COURT Judgi
Henry I.atimer who is Mlack.
was the target "t B< ross burning
r
El Arish
In Decline
TEL A\ l\ UTAI li
\riah has suffered serious
decline "I its economj and a
general deterioration ol living
standards since it was handed
back to Egyptian rule thm
months ago That gloom) report
was brought here bj a residenl ol
the northern Sinai t<>wn who is m
Israel on business He asked not
to be identified
\ccording to the informant. El
\n-h citixem who used to work
in Israel and the thousands ol
workers who were employed bj
the Israeli authorities m and
around El Arish are now iobless
Mone) i- scarce, as is housing
and man) people live in tents
pitched in the middle of town
THE ONCE flourishing fishing
industry is dead, the El Arish
man told Ytdiot Achronol
According to this \ isit,,r the
people ol El Arish wish the
Israelis were buck It was recalled
that when President Anwar
Sadat visited El Arish during the
formal Egyptian takeover List
year, his aides wen- infuriated b)
Posters that said. Sadat, when
will you mum El Arish to
Israel.' A number of arrests
were made at the time.
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in Plantation At Tarpon Springs
High School in PineUaa County.
there was racial violence -
Tarpon Springs is not far from
Palm Harbor, where the Knights
of the KKK have some mem-
bership strength white
student- at the school had
bragged of membership in the
Klan to Mlack student-.
At King High School in
Tampa. fighting broke out
between white and Hlack
And in Pensacola, Klansman
B W Kobinson pleaded no
contest to violating Florida's
students after three white anti mask law at a KKK
students reportedly wore KKK demonstration and was sen-
robe-, to a homecoming fenced to six months' probation
celebration, and a white student and irdered to pay $240 in court
placed a sign bearing a racial slur costs His American Civil
on a parking lot tree Members of Liberties Union lawyer promised
the Invisible Empire. Knights of to appeal the verdict
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It's End of War for Ancient Enemies, Israel and Egypt
Continued from Page 1 A
EL ARISH. which was
returned to Egypt last month, is
equipped to handle civilian cross
traffic. It has a police checkpoint
and a bank where travellers can
exchange currencies. Only buses )
were allowed to cross the border.
Private vehicles will be permitted
after Egypt opens its first
consulate in Tel Aviv next
month.
Israel and Egypt will exchange
ambassadors on Feb 27.T*ut the
Israeli Embassy was to be
opened officially in Cairo Monday
by an Israeli team headed by Dr.
Yossef ll.id.i-- deputy to
Ambassador Eliahu Ben-Elissar.
(See story, page 3-A.) It will be
located at the Cairo Hilton Hotel
until proper quarters can be
found in the Egyptian capital for
the permanent embassy and the
Ambassador's residence.
There
strike Saturday to protest the
new relationship between Egypt
and Israel The strike was toUl
but no disturbances were
reported Violence erupted in
C.aza. although there was no
Strike, Ten local Arabs were
WOUIMkd when a hand grenade
tossed at I passing Israeli vehicle
missed its mark
On the West Hank, the
National Guidance Committee, a
pro-Palestine Liberation
Organization body, ordered a ban
on anv Arab meeting with I S
BpeCUU Ambassador S who was due in Israel this week
to participate ill the next round of
autonorm talk- at Her/liya The
committee claimed that all Waal
Hank reaidenta reject the
autonomy plan
The military ceremonies at
Hefidim Friday followed a routine
that has become familiar sines
Israel handed hack other ,,
Sinai last year Gen
Shomron. commander ol
forces in Sinai, spoke of hopes for
true peace Army bun,:-
Hatikva and the I.
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w.re raised. Gen V
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oiMTHtions siM.ke !>n. flj
Minister Hassan Mi
and the commander-
Egyptian Second ami Third
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way Sunday afternoon The Post
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mail with a special postmark
proclaiming that "Today normal
relations have been instituted
between Israel and Egypt."
Egyptian newspapers have been
arriving in Israel directly for the
past two weeks, and distributors
report they are in heavy demand
THE INTERNATIONAL
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(JTA) President Carter's
characterization of the
Kgyptian-Israeli peace
treaty as "a strategic asset
for America*' was not in the
prepared text of the State
i^of the Union message he
delivered to a joint session
of Congress.
Neither did the prepared
text, which was given to
reporters well in advance of
the President's address,
contain his emphatic
statement. "Let no one
douht our commitment to
the security of Israel "
AT THE Whitr Home, ths
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were hii own Interpoletiona
["here wei no iniini'dinu1 in-
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white House transcript of the
action ol the Presidents address
iM-rtaininjMuthe Middle Best
"We an> working with our
allies to prevent conflict in the
Middle East The peace treaty
between Egypt and Israel 1-- a
notable achievement which
presents a strategic asset for
America and which also enhances
prospects For regional and world
peace We. are now engaged in
further negotiations to provide
full autonomy for the people ol
the West Bank and (ia/.a. to
reaoive the Palestinian ieaueinall
its aspects, and to preserve the
peace and security of Israel
-LET NO ONE doubt our
commitment to the security of
Israel In a few days we will
observe an historic event when
Israel makes .mother major with-
drawal from the Sinai and when
ambassadors will he exchanged
between Israel and Egypt
The President also said in his
address, We believe that then
are no irreconcilable differences
between the I S and an} Islamic
nation \\. respect the faith of
Islam and we are reads to
coop, rau w ith all Moslem
countries Finally, w< in
prepared to work with other
countries in 1 he region to shan
fra mew ork
t hat rel li lea and
|mlii ical beliefs \ et w huh
enhances the independen
-in ol all
I hi Presidi in s statements
ippi ..'I,! ti 1 report
is ihal .1 Middle I
rim was in the making
con: cpansionism and
pre'. t U It her S( '\ let
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and it s asset s
THE ISRAEL I mbassj here
well 1 mini ('arter s Sta ft he
Union message as one ol great
importance to all freedom-loving
ind the world \n
Kmbass_\ spokesman also said
that Israel xpresses its special
ion w it h th> Presidi nt"s
rence to the peace tn
between I srael and Eg) pt Isi
tor its part will implement fully
the Camp David accords and in
particular all elements regarding
the autonomy for t he inhabitants
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Mi ibed his
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Kgvpt is being pictured here as
.. ,. massive mditary aid program for
Continued from Page 1-A gypt ^ been broached w Con-
mean the Start toward gress. A series of developments
ending the power balance has enhanced the prospect of
system between Israel and %j^2.^-?!'..StJj'IZtL'
her Arab neighbors.
Moscow's armed intervention-
in Afghanistan has touched off
alarm signals in the Adminis-
tration, and Carter outlined his
strategic plan in a major policy
speech in the State of the Union
Address to a joint session of
Congress last week.
FROM preliminary soundings,
it appears that the doctrine
similar in intent to the Truman
Doctrine of 194" directed against
Soviet penetration into Greece
and Turkey will establish
Egypt as the anchor in the west
and Pakistan in the east, with
Israel sidelined because of Arab
sensitivity over an important role
for the Jewish Stat.
China also is expected to have
a major part in the coordination
efforts, it was said. The cost of
the doctrine, however, may prove
prohibitive unless the oil-pro-
ducing countries contributed.
Pakistan has already notified the
U.S. it wants long-term aid with
its military cooperation. Egypt
has not been shy in seeking eco-
nomic and military aid.
With President Anwar Sadat
of Egypt having made it clear
that his government will not
grant bases to any foreign
country on Egyptian soil, but will
allow its "facilities" to be used,
the Carter Doctrine is expected to
center on U.S. pledges of support
and the visitations of American
warships and aircraft in various
countries at various times in
accordance with a general plan of
continued preparedness.
EG If PTS pivotal role has long
been forecast in Washington in
defense of the oil fields and a
downgrading as a strategic asset.
Among them are the talks be-
tween Israel Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and Sadat in
Aswan several weeks ago and
Washington's coolness towards
Israel's offers of assistance to
American military forces in case
of need.
Egyptian Vice President Hosni
Mubarak s meetings with Carter.
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance,
Defense Secretary Harold Brown
and Pentagon experts is under-
stood to be related to the doc-
trine, along with the five-state
tour by Jordan's King Hussein
and Pakistan Foreign Affairs
Adviser Agah Shahi's Washing-
ton visit over the weekend with
Carter, Vance and U.S. military
officials.
Hussein was in Saudi Arabia
to begin his consultations with
five Arab states for talks on the
strategic implications for the area
caused by the Iranian upheaval
and the Soviet's entry into
Afghanistan. His tour came two
weeks before the meeting in
Islambad of Moslem foreign
ministers called by Pakistan.
WITH Saudi Arabia. Jordan
and other "moderate" Arab
states intransigently opposed to
the Camp David accords and the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty.
Washington strategists are
seeking an accommodation with
them by keeping Israel in a minor
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planning.
As in the case of Egypt, ac-
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Arab states will allow use of their
facilities for American equipment
but not grant any base rights.
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on Arab resistance to Soviet en-
croachment with American might
in readiness to enter when and if
necessary.
Although Israel has offered
support to the IS Washington
is reluctant to give any show of
acceptance to avoid Arab excuses
against collaboration with the
American strategists. Israel u
has been pointed out. has helped
Egypt. Jordan and other
"moderate" Arab states in the
past with its intelligence
operations and. in Hussein i
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Syria threatened to invade
Jordan in 1970 during the up-
rising against Hussein by-
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NOW. HOWEVER. Israel, for
the present period, appears to be
largely left out of the U.S. cal-
culations in the joint overall
strategy although it will continue
to be a bastion of strength in its
own defense. Egypt is using the
Palestinian issue to ward off any
overtures for Israel to be part of
the overall preparation.
Egyptian Defense Minister
Kamal Hassan Ah indicated this
when he rejected Israel's offer of
strategic cooperation. Ali said.
"As long as we do not solve the
Palestinian issue there will be no
strategic cooperation between
our two countries In addition,
according to information here,
Egypt rejected Israel's offer of
exchange of information between
Israeli and Egyptian intelligence
services
becoming the regions most
reliable ally of the I .SanI he
oast association of r.gypuan
politician-, and military with the
Soviet Union is not being
recalled Instead ^P?.rt* e,Tn
phasize joint American Eg>ptian
aerial exercises with I FA aircraft
using the air bases near t aim and
Kina airbasenear Luxor
EGYPTIANS also are
reported training and supplying
Afghan rebels fighting Soviet
forces and Egyptian commando
officers m Oman and North
Yemen to train local unite to
oppoae revolutionaries. In ad-
dition. Cairo is said to be sup
pUing weapon- to Morocco that
,s opposing the Polisano rebels
backed by pro S>\ iat Algeria
"There is strategic cooperation,
in the Middle East, but "
Menachem Begin and Israel
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according to one report Hiis,
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analysts consider Washington :-
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What is being auftjaata
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will be helped by the I S dowi
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of the countries opposing
(amp David accords. In this
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is being advised by analysts
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induce even Soviet friends like
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Argentina's HitlerLike Netherworld
Continued from Page I A
persons.
David Hyatt, president of the
NCCJ. said the present regime in
Argentina is a "ghastly and
horrible reincarnation of Nazi
(iermany." He noted that
although Jews make up only 1.5
percent of the population, they
are 10 percent of the prisoners.
Deutsch. who has been
painting since the age of 13,
described his family in Cordoba,
some 500 miles west of Ruenos
Aires, as an ordinary middle-
class family. He said he could not
understand it when his wife,
I Ima. a pediatrician: his three
daughters, and himself, were
abducted from their home on
Aug. 27. 1977 and placed in a
concent ration camp operated by
the army He said they became
part of the "disappeared.' most
of whom are never heard of again.
BUT DEUTSCH said they
were taken from the camp after
50 days and put in a prison where
they no longer were part of the
'disappeared He credits this to
his sister, Mrs Mala Alberts of
Beverly Hills. Calif who. when
she learned her brother and his
family disappeared, began urging
American Jewish organizations
and IS government officials to
help the Deutsches.
Deutsch's wife and their two
daughters. Susana and
Klizabeth. were released after 40
days Hut their youngest
daughter. I.iliana. was to spend
more than a year in prison.
I Hiring his seven months in the
prison Deutsch said he was
frequently interrogated, beaten
and tortured He and other
political prisoners were not
allowed any communications
with the outside world, no
newspaper, tabacoo or candy
Bat he noted that since criminals
were also in the prison, they were
able to smuggle items in and out.
He said in this way his wife sent
him drawing material and he was
able to smuggle out his drawings.
DEUTSCH said that political
prisoners only hope is that
"somebody outside will care for
us." He said it was the effort of
the I S government, paricularly
\ssistant Secretary of State for
Human Kights and
Humanitarian Affairs, Patricia
1 Wian and several Senators and
Congressmen: Jewish
organizations like the Anti-
Defamation league of B'nai
B'rith, and Catholic
organizations, that helped secure
his family's release. Deutsch met

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"Thank you with all my
heart." he told the ADL. "I
would like to ask you to help to
save other unfortunate people
still in Argentina." He repeated
his plea yesterday. "Please help
other persons who are suffering."
he said
Avila urged that Secretary of
State Cyrus Vance be prodded to
take a stand on the Argentine law
allowing the "disappeared" to be
declared juridically dead. He also
said the U.S. should increase the
parole visas for Argentinians
from the present number of 500.
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spent on paying for defense and past
wars. Now, triple digit inflation
and economic boycotts make their
plight even more desperate.
Children who were born into this
nightmare decades ago, now see
their own children reliving the same
pain, shame and horror that has
been a constant part of their lives
for as long as they can remember.
Living in shacks, not homes. 4 or
5 people crammed into a single
room. All of them without the
education, skills and strength to
break out of this prison of poverty.
Holding on to each other and
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children may be healthy and happy
and strong. With a chance to live
their lives with dignity. And to
achieve their full human potential.
200.000 of these poverty-stricken
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population of Dade County. Are they
not our children, too? Can we turn
away from them, especially now that
Israel is so close to achieving the
dream that has inspired our people
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at peace and secure, and open
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Continued from Pa^e 1-A
takes it all in stride. He exudes
the confidence of a champion,
who knows he's the best but
never boasts: (I let my game
speak for itself"!. Credit is
generously given to Epifano
Saezi. his teacher to this day The
philosophy is "pure dedication
and sacrifice, the epitome of a
professional athlete who can
block out any and all distraction:
("To think" about the danger
would ruin my concentration").
Neither does he focus on the
other players who might "deep
down inside feel resentment, a
little animosity toward religion or
nationality, in such competition,
day after day.
He treats them as 45 in-
dividuals who have only on
occasion betrayed their
prejudices face-to-face. An
Americanized Jew. proud of
heritage, manages to survive,
even flourish, in a very Christian
and foreign world.
JOK 1' IS indeed the hometown
boy expected to win every point
"It puts on added pressure, but.
after .1 while, ihel learned to cope
with i! .ind accept it One game
you r> :i champ The next you're
a hum' \\ ith unassuming
modestj Joej never views his
celebrit) status too seriou
Nov iUing to take on n
responsibility for others Since
the birth of his son. Joshu
months ago. he feels an affinity
for children, young Jews
\n rarelj come in
com.ni with hi- favorite sp.
Joe; might encourage, inspiri
simpl) introduce them to jai-alai
on the amateur lev el
Joi \ in action
From his own verj Jewish
hom<. the son of A i and
Shulameth Cornblit. abs<
flavor and feeling His roots al
onee die international
complexion an of middle
class local color His lather lived
in Poland, later escaped from
.. Russia and temporarily
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Page 11-A
Court Case Reveals
Italy Seen Linked to Palestinian Terrorists
Continued from Page 1-A
of Italian government appeasement ot Palestinian ter-
rorist groups since the early 1970's. Ironically, one of the
chief authors of that policy was the late Aldo Moro, leader
of the Christian Democrat Party, who was himself
murdered by terrorists.
THE RELATIVELY mild prison terms were given to
Daniele Pifano. Sergio Baumgartner, Luciano Nieri and
\hu Salgh Hanzek. the latter a Jordanian citizen of
Palestinian origin. They were convicted on charges of
"detention and transport of arms of war" when they
[agreed to act as go-betweens for George Habashs Popular
|r mnt for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
Their specific offense was the
i option of two Strela ground-to
| missiles that were off-loaded
from the freighter Stdon at the
tvlrintic coastal town of Ortona
l-t \<>\ 7
I he vessel had arrived from a
(fc*..i*11- Kastern port, presumably
l.i'lianon. The defendants were
cjuitted of the more serious
..iryt' of '"importing arms of
ar The court took into con
i. ration a letter written by the
I.P to their lawyers attesting
nil t tin1 miaaUca went in
(iiovannoni. a diplomat stationed
in Beirut (iiovannoni was men-
tioned by Moro, in lettars written
during his captivity b) th.- Red
Mrigade terrorists, as the ideal
man to bargain for his release
Mom mi the head of the
Italian Foreign Ministry when
deals with the Palestinian ter-
rorist-- were made, and it was
under his direction that all Pales-
tinians detained in Italian jails
were eventually freed. These
included two terrorists who had
attempted to down the El Al
plane They were secretly flown
out of the country on an Italian
military aircraft which exploded
mysteriously on its way back to
Italy, killing its crew.
Similarly, five other terrorists
arrested in possession of Strela
missiles in 1973 were released on
payment of 60 million lire bail
and flown to Algiers accom-
panied by an official of the SID.
presumably Antonio I.a Hruna.
IN HIS letters from captivity.
Mom pleaded with his own
Christian Democrat Party to
follow the example of past
governments that compromised
with Palestinian terrorists in
order to save his own life. Hut the
government and the Christian
Democrat! took a hard line in the
Moro case which proved fatal to
him
UEspresso observed that the
latest "missiles case" revealed
three facts of prime importance:
"This is the first time a Pales-
tinian organization (PFLP) has
officially admitted importing
arms into Europe and having ties
with the Italian government to
hide the fact that a non-aggres-
Mon pact (probably verbal I exists
between the Italian Secret
Service! and Palestinian groups,
involving hands-off planes and
Italian air space in return for
l>enevolent assistance by Italy to
the Palestinian ciuse And this is
the first time the Italian govern
ment has admitted some of these
fact s
< Observers here say the case
must be viewed in terms of the
closer official relationship of the
Italian government with the
Palestine Liberation
Organization which "sup-
posedly" does not include the
PFLP and the shifting oil power
interests in the confused Middle
Fast situation
No Bargaining
Chips for Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
government official said that
autonomy must begin to function
on the West Hank and Gaza Strip
before the final phase of Israel's
withdrawal from Sinai is com-
pleted late next year Dr Chaim
Kubersky. director general of the
Interior Ministry, told the
Knesset s Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee that this was
rtaoeaaar) because once the entire
Sinai peninsula is returned to
Egypt, Israel will be left without
bargaining chips
ISRAEL AGREED to remove
all Jewish Settlement* from Sinai
under terms of the peace treaty
with Egypt According to
Kuln-rsky. Cairo is convinced
that the West Hank settlements
also will have to be abandoned
The problem, he said, is that
while Israel is carrying out its
part of the peace agreement, it
will soon be left without any
cards in the game
rsnsit" and that their final
pstination was "not Italy
1 he missiles were of the MUM
rpe used b> Palestinian ter
iristJ m an attempt t.> shoot
>un .in El Al plane over Ostia
f.ir Roma, in September 1973
IMF THREE ex -parliamen-
In.ins wen all members of the
Itist \utonomy political
lup Abu Salgh. a garment
| rj executive had con
mons with the PFLP m
gna Baumgartner, an x raj
rhnuian at the University ol
line Hospital, had been SCtive
tnizing t hi I rsna
Ration ot medical items to
st m np. His
i- found in Al dgh's
i 'K
. a nm [ tl Italian
.. it I- li .it> >up
. ealed ml) ifl
. .Mic
: his
1>X|
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- since l'1
f terrorist e oc
ii
i \ Hi I \1 ., i 'net
It.ill,in Secret Sen
|I l n vested del i this
I i lion .n an iet
iishcd in thi < kly
i --ii \i thai tune
f. hsi e '. >s i he danger ol
pst iman ter roi ism, in txep*
al situation that had to be
ith excepttonal n sans,
Li s.ud
|On the basis of precis* orders
|the government, ot which all
isters wan infill nied. we
tacted the various Palestinian
ips and made arrangements
sM purpose was to avoid
onstl attempts that would
l\e Italy."
HE PERSON who rep
tiled the Italian authorities
MM negotiations over the last
it years is Col. Stefano
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Kndav, February!. l*o
Tu B'Shevat
New Year of Trees on Saturday
By DR. SHMIKIH I MKI S TE1 N
Except for Cheshvan, there
isn't a single Jewish month which
doesn't have some type of special
day. be it feast or fast. In fact
another name for Cheshvan is
Marcheshvan. "bitter Chesh-
van.'' because it is so barren. It is
better to have a month of Av.
which commemorates the
destruction of the Temple, to a
month devoid of any symbolism,
of any individuality. Which
brings us to the present month,
the month of Shevat. What
redeeming factor does Shevat
have to prevent it from the
oblivion of "nothingness"?
During the entire month of
Shevat. only one day is special.
and that day is Tu B Shevat
("Tu" representing the Hebrew
letters. let and Vav. or 151 Tu
B'Shevat, the 14th of Shevat.
occurs on a Saturday this year.
corresponding to Feb. 2. What is
so special about this day' If we
seek in the classical sources, we
will find that it is described as the
Ko-h Hashanah the New
Year of the trees. Why a New
Year for trees? And why on the
15th of Shevat' And why is this
to be found in the Mishnah.
which is our classic source for all
Jewish law?
THE ANSWER to this is
found in the same classical
sources It goes back to another
aspect of Jewish law the
tithing of one's fruits. The owner
of a t ree or orchard had to take all
the crops grown during the year,
and had to separate a tithe. Here
a legal problem had to be
resolved. What is considered a
"year"? If we are told that we
have to pay our taxes for a year.
we must first know where the
year begins and where it ends.
Tu H Shevat. then, is the
beginning of the year for tithing.
All fruit trees that blossomed
before Tu B'Shevat. were tithed
for the previous year, while all
those that blossomed after Tu
B'Shevat were tithed with the
following year's fruit That is
what is meant by the New Year
for the trees. It is date which has
significance in Jewish law. thus it
is found in the Mishnah.
Living outside Israel, most
people celebrate Tu B Shevat by
serving fruit, preferably from
Israel, but if that is impossible,
at least serving fruit of those
species which the Torah sees as
Tu B'Shevat in Kibbutz Kir\
date uas some 51 years ago
being particularly identified with
the country grapes,
pomegranates, figs, olives, dates.
Knowing that every group of two
Jews has three opinions, we can
rest assured that there are
various customs as to what fruits
are to be eaten on that day
THERE ARE communitk's
which celebrate the 15th of
She\at by eating 15 kinds of
fruits, while there is one com-
munity which literally trie-- to
have no less than a hundred
kinds of fruit for reasons im
bedded in the Kabbalah
Outside Israel, one cannot
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festival to the country We in
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and groves are planted all over
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int threat against her
knil's heasth behavior that
g>t you for that Who
I(hI to deal with the French
rhn else indeed is perfect
lh' And who else indetxl is
ful enough to punish the
lot swinish French selfish
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those worst offenders in
Jtional self-interest derby''
ANi case, the French
apart. the \ \ |<> Japan
response is dear Don't count on
(hem tO do more than slap the
Russian wnst Business with
MOSCOW is just too darned brisk
these days to jeopardize it
This means that President
< arler has defined as a "vital
American interest the geo-
political line that is not even an
American lifeline, but
NATO Japan's instead. If
pressed, we could survive
without Middle Eastern oil not
aying how, and it will never
come to that in any case. Hut
NATO Japan would without a
doubt collapse
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T!!Hi!^e!j bov I ,M,y.tltflHlCOWT
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE UTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
C No W-XM DIV.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
MILTON UEBERMAN
Plaintiff,
VS.
BRADFORD D OOPELAND *
SANDRA COPELAND. Hlf
WIFE. AND FIDELITY
MORTGAGE COMPANY OF
GEORGIA, a Georgia Cor
po rat Ion
Defendant.
TO FIDELITY MORTGAGE
COMPANY OF GEORGIA
c o Frank Buccl.
Vice President
320 Interstate North
Atlanta. Georgia
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tha*
an action to foreclose a mor-
tgage on the following
described property In Dad*
County. Florida
Lot X. in Block 13 of
PALMLAND ESTATES.
FIRST ADDITION, ac
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded In Plat Book 80
at Page S3, at the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida, together with the
improvements thereon, and
all the furnishings, fixtures
and equipment now or ,
hereafter contained
therein
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
opy of your written defenses.
if a'n\ to it on S Blair Ross
!' A Attorney for Plaintiff.
;:: NW ;th
Miami Florida 33125.
on or before the 15 day of
Pebni and file the
original with the Clerk of this
otherwise default will
he entered against you for the
rellel demanded in the com-
plaint
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on the 8th day
of January. 1880
RICHARDP BRISKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By N A Hewett
iv -i Jan 11. 18.25.
Feb 1. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CaseNo. 7f-f*11-FC-M
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
ADOPTION OF
A MINOR
by
JOHNNY A ESTEVEZ
PETITIONER
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO Morris McCool
PO Box04
Welling. Okl. 74471
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written objection,
if any. to It on BRIAN H. I
BRODY, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la"
633 NE 187 St.. N Miami I
Beach. Fl. 33162. on or before !
February' 2. i*"-1- *nd '"* ln'
original with the clerk of this,
court either before service on I
Petitioner or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default!
will be entered against you for (
the relief demanded In the
ADOPTION petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on January
17.1980 ,
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
H> V Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
*> Jan 25. Feb 1.8.15.1980
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO M Jl
DIVISION: 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
BENNY BROOK
I NM rased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OH DEMANDS
AGAINST SAII> ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YO! ARE HEREBY NOT]
FIED that the administration
of the Estate of BENNY
BROOK, deceased, late of
I laide County. Florida, has
commenced in the captioned
proceeding
YOU AUK HEREBY NOT1
PIED AND REQUIRED to file
any claims and demands which
you may have against the
Estate and to file any challenge
to the validity of the Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate, if any. or any ob-
jection lc the qualifications of
the Personal Representative.
venue or jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court Dade
County Courthouse. 73 West
Flagler Street, Miami, Flondal
33130. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE HATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
UCATION OP THIS NOTICE
OR Vol R RIGHT TO 110 SO
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
ALL claims DEMANDS,
\NI' OBJECTIONS Nor BO
PILED WILL BE FOREVER
l! 1RRED
First publication of this
NoU< < on the 25 day of
January 198"
Abraham Hriok
<'" Peraonal KepresentatIve
of the Estate of
Benny Brook
Shirley Hochstein
As Co Personal
Representatives of
the Estate (
BENNY BROOK
I 'Teased
c oGalbutGalbut A
Memn P A
999 W ashington Avenue
Miami Beai h Florida 33139
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Abraham A Galbut. Esquire
GALBUT. GALHUT
* MEN IN. P A
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. FL 33139
Telephone 1305 I 672-3100
08428 Jan 25. Feb 1.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
A G G E Wholesale Seafood.
at Kendall Square Shopping
Center. Kendall Drive. Miami.
Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Donalance Investment Corp
By Steele Green
Kwltney. Kroop, A
Schelnberg. P A.
By Bruce Schelnberg. Esq
Attorneys for
Donalance Investment Corp
08419 Jan 28. Fab 1. 8.16. 1960
>
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action N 80 45'
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
GLYN Q DEAN
Petitioner
and
VALERIE JEAN DEAN
Respondent
TO Valerie Jean Dean
Residence unknown
YOU ARE MERERY NOTI-
FIED that a petition for
. iulion of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses If any. to It on
Richard 1. I.arm. Esq at-
torney fc.r Petitioner, whose
address Is 17971 Blscayne
Boulevard Suite 119 North
Miami Beach. Florida 3316'
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before February 22. 1980
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in Jewish
Ftorldian
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11th dav of
January. 1980
RICHARDP BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
RICHARD I. LARIN
Attorney at Law
17971 Blscayne Blvd Suite 119
N Miami Beach. Fla 33160
(305' 931 SMI
Attorney for Petitioner
08402 Jan 18.25. Feb 1.8 18801
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name West
Shore Apartments at 9580 9590
NW 4th Ave Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of 1 lade County. Florida
DAV ins SHELTON
BARBARAS SHELTON
LOUIS M RAH IN
DIANE B RABIN
Uyen Kaplan, et al
Attorneys for Registrants
- Ian 18, 25. Feb 1, 18,1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Pix-
ie na Argentina at 1933 SW 8th
Street. Miami. Florida. Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Hector Dii, President
Rio De La Plata Corp
08403 Jan 18.25. Feb 1.8.1980
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
YOUNG ASSOCIATES at 8275
NW 36th Street. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register sedd
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Harvey Young
Stanley Young
Robert Young
Paul M. Cummlngs
Suite 900City National
Bank Building
25 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida
Attorney for Harvey
Young. Stanley Young
and Robert Young
08391 Jan 18.26, Feb. 1.8. I860
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 10 3**
DIVISION: 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
BENNY DAVIS,
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE AND
OTHER PERSONS IN-
TERESTED IN SAID
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the Estate of BENNY
DAVIS, deceased, late of Dade
County, Florida, has com-
menced In the captioned
proceeding
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED AND REQUIRED to file
any claims and demands which
you may have against the
Estate and to file any challenge
to the validity of the Last Will
and Testament offered for
probate. If any, or any ob-
jection to the qualifications of
the Personal Representative,
venue or jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court. Dade
County Courthouse. 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130. WITHIN THREE
Mi -NTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR YOUR RIGHT TO DO SO
WILL Bl FOREVER
BARRED
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
HIRRED
First Publication of this
N on the 25 day of
iar) I960
Gilil.i Davis
\- : ilRepresentative
of the Estate of
BENNY DAVIS
I >,-, ,
tvei i NoBV
Miami la 33140
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Herbert Jay Cohen P A
l >adeland Blvd
Suit)
Miami. Florida33156
Telephone iSOSiMS-OtOl
08427 Jan 25, Feb I 1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7 tfls
Division (01)
IN RE KSTATE OF
Mi IRRIS YABLi IN
I >v, eased
\i ITICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
V.MNST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
Till: ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of MORRIS YAB
LoN deceased. File Number
: wi< is pending m the Or
cult Court for Dade County.
Florida Proh.n.- Division, the
addraM of which is 73 West
. r Street Miami. Florida
33130 The personal represen
tatuc of the estate Is JOSEPH
YABLON. whose address Is 225
St Paul's Avenue. Apt 4A.
Jersey CltJ New Jersey 07306
The name and address of the
personal representative s
attorney an- set forth below
%JI persons run mg claims or
dem.o,,i- agalnal the et,.-
req ured WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA
I'll in oh THIS NOTICE, to file
w ith the i lerk of the al>.\,
court .i written statement of
any i laim oi demand they may
have Each claim must be In
wlitlna and must indicate the
bull !<-r tin- Claim, the name
and address of the i redltor or
in- agenl oi attorney and the
amount i lalmed If the claim is
not >.t due the dais when it
will become dlM shall be
stated If the claim is con
Ungenl or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be stated n the claim is
secured tin- security shall be
bed Hie i lalmanl shall
lellvei sufficient copies of the
l.nm to the Clerk to enable the
lerk to mall MM copy to each
person.ii represent.tti\
All persons int. rested in the
II to whom a copy of this
Notll > of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob^ I
jections they may have that '
. hallenges the validity of the
del .-dent's will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen
tative. or the venue or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
\ND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication i
of thla Notice of)
Administration Jan 18,1980
JOSEPH YABLON
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
MORRIS YABLON
Deceased |
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
JeroldH Relchler
Law Office of
Jerold H Relchler
420 Lincoln Road Suite 230
Miami Beach. Florida U1S9
Telephone 13051 674-9040
08JM Jest 18. 26 1980
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 8O-I06
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
HELENE STEFANOWICZ
also known as
HELENE STEVENS.
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 ad
ministration of the estate of
HELENE STEFANOWICZ
also known as HELENE
STEVENS. deceased. File
Number 80-108. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 73 W Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida 33130 The personal
representative of the estate Is
Lou S Ross whose address Is
740 71st Street. Miami Beach,
Florida 33141 The name and
address of the personal
representatives attorney are
set forth below-
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE:
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any lalm or demand they may
Bai h claim must be In
writing and must indicate the
the i lalm the name
' the creditor or
tome) and the
aimed if the lalm U
nOl vet due the date when It
will become due shall be
I if the claim li
tingenl or unliquidated, the
nature Ol the uncertainty shall
Ih listed If the claim is
'h tei urltj shall be
i- The < i.umant shall
lOtei of the
rk to enable the
i lerk to mall one copy to each
personal repn si ntali\ t
All pera --ted In the
w horn a ropy of this
Noli, of Administration has
been mailed .\r<' required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file am 0B
jc. tions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent win. the qua.
tlons of the personal represen
tative, or the venue or Juris
li* lion of me c ourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT So
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
HARKED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration Jan 25. 1980
I i n s ri ISA
\- Peraonal Representative of
the
Estate of Helene Stefanow u i
l .i eased
also known as
HELENESTEVENS
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESI n
TATIVE
HENRY M WAIT/.K1N
74H7ls! Street
Miami He a, h Florida 33141
Telephone .
UM34 Jan 25 Feb 1 lwi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. M 747 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the
Adoption of
a minor child
ll\
CLARENCE WILLIAMS
Petitioner
Nl ITICE OF ACTION
To At STELLDANIELS
Resident e i Inknoa n
V 11 IRE NOTIFIED that
an 84 turn bl the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
VOUJ written objection, If any.
to it on hrian BRODY ESQ.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is SB NE 161 Bl
NMD Fl B1S3 on or before
February 29. 1980. and file the
original with the (lerk of this
. ourt either before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a deafult
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
ADOPTION petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Jan 17,
1MB
Richard P Brinker Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
ByG S Carlle
As Deputy Clerk
0H420 Jan 25. Feb 1.8.15.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
deslnng to engage In business
under the fictitious name The
Headllners at 7314 Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
CWR Corporation
By Judith Relff
Attorneys for
CWR Corporation
Hendler* Weiss
475 Fifth Avenue
New York. N Y 10017
08418 Jan 25. Feb 1.8. IS I960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Acllon No IH** FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
GUSTAVO ESCAIXJNA.
Husband
NORISESCALONA.
Wife
TO NORISESCALONA
Residence Address
Unknown
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Die
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
ALBERT I. CARRICARTE
P A attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th
Street. Miami Florida 3312S.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before February 29, 1980,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
OACe each week for four con-
secutive weeks in the JEW
ISH FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the
s.al of said COUrt at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of
January IMO
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By \ D Wade
\- Deputy cierk
.it t'ourt See
M.MKltr l. CARRICARTE
-
101 NW
Miami Fl. t :
649-7917
attorney for Petitioner
list: 4
Ian a Feb l IS IMO
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
C*e No I0424FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marn.i.
WILLIAM WAKE
Petitioner
uid
EN \ MAE WAKE
Respondent
TO EVA MAE WAKE
RESI DE NCE
I NKV WN
Yol \RE NOTIFIED that
aCtfcNI for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required toservos copy of your
w rttten defenses if any to it on
B It BRODY, attorney for
Petitioner hi*r address is
tU3 NE i; st N M B FLA
SS162 on or befon February 29
rile the original with
.li.- clerk of mis court either
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter
Otherwise a default will be
against you for the
rellel demanded In the earn
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
1 ~irt on Jan 21
IMO
RICHARDP BRINKER
\ i lerk of the court
B) "lannda Bn.w n
As I leput) ci.-rk
""4.12 Jan .'5 Feb 1. 8, 13 19f>0
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 90 *4I FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
U3EL BALDERAa
\ s
EF1GENIA RANGEL
To EFICENI \ RANGEL
Platlno No 1S24 B ,r
I oi Juarei
Chihuahua M<
YOL ARE NOTIFIED tha-
an action for 1 USSOI X PII in
OI MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and sou are
required to serve a copy of youi
w ritten answer and defenses. If
any, to it on DANIEI
GA1.H p plaintiffs attorney
whose is 2356 Salzedo
stre.i Suite SOS Coral Gables,
Florida SJ134 on or before Feb
29 iw-n and file the original
with the lerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff s attorney or Immediately
thereafter otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on Jan 22
isoo
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
Clerk of the Court
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
0*428 Jan 25. Feb 1.8.15.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name R G
SERVICE STATION at 3426
West Okeechobee Road.
Hlaleah. Florida Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
By Roberto Gonsalei
G ENTERPRISES. INC
DANIEL M KEII. ESy
Attorney for
G ENTERPRISES INC
3185 West 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida
08376 Jen n. is. a,
_________________ Feb 1.1980
NUIILE OF AL IIUN
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7-1SS*7
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
ELICIT FLEIR
Petitioner
and
HETTY L ST FLEUR.
Respondent
TO BETTY L.
ST FLEUR.
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your w nlten defenses. If any. to
It on BENNETT D FCLTE.
ESQ. attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is 619 SW 12th
Avenue, Miami Fl and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before February 15. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
ones ea. h week for f.k.r COO
secutue weeks In THE .IEW
I8H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and '.he
aid I .sirt at Miami.
i,, on this 8 day of
January ItSO
KicllARDP BRINKER
Is Clerk circi.it Court
Dade Count) Florida
By Karleen Pre*
\. i'. ; ity Clerk

Jan II II
Fel .. 196u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
el the indei signed
.K to engage in business
the fictitious name
ni.l Productions at 11*'*
Blvd Miami Fla
register said name
* Ith the Co rk of the Circuit
Court of I '.id. Count) Florida
Rhenee Angelo
Bam has, owner
Jan I' J
______ r"eb 1.B.1JJW
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT
OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO
0 > FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARR1 IGE OF
M \i: :e n M DE potter
Petitioner wife
and
I \l LI>A\ ID POTTER
Respondent Husband
TO PAl 1. DA\ ID POTTER
nknown
Yoi ARE HEREBT
NOTIFIED that a petition for
lutlon of your Marri.ige
i nd ommsncod
in this court and >uu are
reojUlred to served a copy of
if any to
Ut I H' R H I.II
foi Petitioner whose
lilt Northwest i7
10-B Miami
la iii< and file the
. >.'. thl ..rk of the
~.rt on or before
0 .Kherwise a
default > entered against
ir the rellel ;
.....plaint or petition
' ness my hand and the
f said .irt at Miami
1 this 13 da
January iun
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk
nt Court
Dade County Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
0B41 Jan l IS
Feb LI 19WI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 574 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
B)
GARY D WESTOATE
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO FRANK D'AVANZO
Residence I 'nknown
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed herewith
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written objection.
If any, to It on BRIAN H
BRODY, ESQ attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la
633 NE 167th St. N Miami
Beach. Florida, 33162 on or
before February 22, 1980. and
file the original with the clerk
of this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded In the ADOPTION
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Jan 16
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
A Deputy Clerk
08410 Jan 18.26. Feb 1.8. 19*0


'ederation Front
900 Pledge Record $3 Million-Plus
Greater Miami
Federation's Com-
fewish Appeal-Israel
ncy Fund campaign
formally Jan. 24
peacetime display of
rity and commitment
tedented in the his-
ol Greater Miami
campaign opening dinner
I ontainebleau Hilton
res keynoted by San
'hurch ID., Idariol and
nt.-d a record 13.075.000
bj almost BOO people
iniiu' .i cross-section of
Miami Jewry. That
impares with 12,225,000
individual ron-
I in I" I
:'-n campaign now stand--
o.ooo Thia reflacta a 35
I increase miT the Mime
\ I 9 ( 'rw \ car ago,
24, the campaign was at
||s iddress, Son ("hurch
.i loj al and long-
all> oi th' United
ii herwiee unstable
\ pxplosh e part of
rlil. and called upon
mi lewrj "to con-
1 Israel u
nstrating to the
i--ir.iiion tin- depth
nl long displa) ed !>%
in Jew i-.h com
l \rrangementa Com
hosted the proceed inga
l Adler, general cam-
airman and a Federation
sident, introduced Sen
i Mayer Ahramowitz. of
Menorah. nave the in-
while Rabbi Leon
ol temple lieth Shobm
d tlie gathering al>out
Is ol th- (ireater Miami
ommunitt and the eco-
Sen Frank Church (D Idaho), keynote speaker at the Greater
Miami Jeu ish Federation'* 1980 Campaign Opening Dinner at
the Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel, is thou n (left to n^ht) with
Samuel ./ Rabin, chairman of Hin (lifts Division, Samuel I
Adler, general campaign chairman. Marcy Lefton, chairman of
the Dinner Arrangements Committee, and I. Jules Arkin,
Federation president
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nomk .md political situation now
confront ing I srael
is \N\m NCING the total
for the evening, Samuel.I Katun.
i hairman ol the Mig (nits
I )i\ ision, said thai the outcome
ol the 1980 campaign opening
will influence the lues (1t e>i j
I. in Greater Miami for many
vear-- in come
\iiler called upon dreater
Miami Jewrj to seize the
momentum generated by the
ampaign opening dinner in order
io meet pressing human needs in
Miami and in Israel made more
serious bj our own double digit
inflation and Israels annual
mil.hion rate now exceeding 100
percent
\dlei called the campaign
tpening "an encouraging and
heartwarming indication that the
decade ol the 1960a will be one ol
landmark achievement tor
Ureatei Miami Jewry; a period "t
growth not onlj tor our com
munit) Inn also in our support
foi the State ol Israel
SEN CHURCH, chair ma
the Si al i Foreign Relal ions
n told those attending
the campaign opening that the
Soviet invasion "t \fghanistan
i a i hi i I peaci and
i ii.ii u i- m> strong beliel thai
the So\ nl I mon has made itsell
until to tio-i the Olympic
i lames
He called upon the allies ol the
I nited States to work with the
Administration to ensure the
secunt\ ol the Middle Kast and
to realize that a threat to an) Ire.'
nation m Asia is a threat to all
He called upon economical!)
s.i are nations such as lap.in to
come in the aid ol Afghanistan's
neighbors such as Pakistan to
ensure the ability ol that nation
to defend it sell
The lime has come to
determine what our alliances in
Asia mean." Church said, adding
that "the United States must
evaluate the viability ol our
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Asian foreign policy regarding
our defense needs.
CHURCH SAM) that Israel
has ahead) been tested and
proven regarding its depen-
dability, especial!) following the
amp Da\ nl accords He called
-nils ol the accord one "1
the bright spot., in an otherwise
er pit inn- in a critical region
world
He called the work ol the
ined Jewish Appeal-Israel
ag'
Emergenc) Fund "a mitivah in
helping provide urgently needed
social sen ices in Miami for the
poor, indigent and homeless
He cited 300.000 ol Israel's
Sephardic .lews. 20 ikki ol them
children living below the poverty
line In light ol the over
whelming defense needs ol that
countr) and the staggering cost
ol providing tor those needs,
Chun h said, the need foi help
b) world Jewr) is ob* ious
Begin Deplores Sakharov's Arrest
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTAl
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
opened the Knesset session with
B special statement in praise ol
Russian human rights activist
and dissident Andrei Sakharoi
who was arrested in Moscow and
sent into internal exile at (iorky.
a Clt) closed to foreigners
because u is a military Uiduatr)
center.
The Israeli leader praised
Sakharov, a Nobel Laureate in
physics, as one ol the "bravest
people ol our time who gave up
the scientific career that won him
world fame in order to fight for
the basic and sacred human
rights."
BEGIN REFERRED to
Sakharo\ a efforts on behalf ol
Jewish dissidents and Prisoners
ol Conscience m the I SSH
From 1 lie podium ol the Knesset
we send him our blessings and we
demand his release \\ .
people throughout the >rld in
this demand. Begin -
The Prime Minister's remarks
reflected outrage over the Soviet
government's treatment of
Sakharo\ and mounting concern
in Israel that this ma) herald ;
new crackdown on dissidents in
general and on Jews seeking to
emigrate
Rafael Kotlowitz, head ol the
Jewish AgenC) s immigration
and absorption department.
appeared uncertain as to whether
or not the recent decrease in the
numlx-r ol Visas issued tO Soviet
Jews is a manifestation ol the
same wave of oppression that
engulfed Sakharo\ Kotlowitz
says 1 he drop in \ isas may be due
to the fact that most Jews
leaving the Soviet Union are
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For World Jewry
V, Slinda). Feb. 3. over 400
sri teenagers and
,rs of United
"i (.uth will be on the
Miami Heach for their
ly, annual Tikum Olam Walk
rbonforWoridJawiy.
I rung ceremonies will
I'emple Ner Tamid
^ Mayor Murray Meyerson
Lgfnting proclamation
| Feb 3 as United
Jagogue Youth Day in the
[N 0| \i ami Heach.
fh- SYera, representing the
Conservative Synagogues in
jth Honda, have been
sponsors for the past
^r i heir 10 mile walk.
A .ilk-a-Thons are taking
- ev( r) city throughout
-out hern states which
ipnsi the Southeast Region.
(,li Kletzel of Heth Israel in
r late and Dan Minkes
Beth David ui Miami.
, I the Walk-a-Thon,
,,h the $20,000 goal

I ained that the Walk-
it only a means of
\ \. hut at the same
public awareness
>inmunity for the
which the march is
,iul Jewish causes
be world
Over 50 charity agencies will
be allocated funds from this
Walk-a-Thon. including Israel
Kmergency Fund. Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
Mogen David Blood Bank.
Seminary in Argentina, and Tik-
vah. a program for educahle
retarded Jewish children which
has three existing classes in the
Miami area
A percentage of funds are also
sent to support the American
Student (enter at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and for
scholarships for USY members to
participate in summer programs
in Israel. Kastern Europe, and
throughout the United States.
The USYan will proceed down
Collins Avenue beginning at 81st
Street at 10 am and conclude at
approximately 2:30 p.m with a
picnic and song festival at Boy's
Camp on Biacayne Street behind
the Dog Track.
Harold Wishna. regional youth
director, reports that 40 adults
will participate as supervisors,
check point signers, refreshment
servers, first aid station at-
tendees and in general coor-
dination This group is under the
direction of Judge Arthur
Winton. Walk-a-Thon Committee
chairman, and Marlene Lusskin,
chairman. Regional Youth
Commission
NCCJ Headliner Award
Goes to Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters. ABC News
orrespondent. is the Headliner
Award recipient and featured
speaker at the National Con
ference of Christians and Jews
l*lh Annual Brotherhood
\wards Dinner The event will
take place on Saturday evening
at the Omni International Hotel
The announcement was made
'>> Hank Meyer, chairman of the
NCCJ Headliner Award Com-
mittee, and William S Ruben.
*ho is serving as general
-hairman of this community
v ent.
In 1976. Walters became the
first woman regularly to co-
anchor a network news program
and now anchors a series of
pedal reports and interviews for
ABC s World News Tonight.
as well as serving as host and
interviewer of four prime-time
entertainment specials a year and
regular appearances on ABC's
Issues and Answers
ON PRESIDENT Carters
peace mission to Kgvpt and
Israel in March 1979. Walters
succeeded in obtaining interviews
with Egyptian Prime Minister
Khalil and Prime Minister Begin.
And again when in Washington
Mount Sinai Names Goldberg
of trustees of Mount
Medical Center, at its
I n 24, appointed Alvin
I i Kecutive vice
I he hospital
m to continuing his
U the chief
ttner Goldberg also
i .i member of the
eee
hai i*-en in the field
administration for 22
hose at Mount Sinai
II held administrative
it it the South Florida
f ipital: the Dn ision of
;! id Welfare of Polk
l> al < ir.nl> Memorial
1 Atlanta
Alnn Goldberg
He is chairman-elect <>f the
Florida Hospital taaotiation, a
past preaidenl of the South
Florida Hospital Association,
and a current member of its
board (loklberg is a Fellow in the
American College of Hospital
Administrators and an adjunct
professor in the Department of
Epidemiology at the Univereit)
>t Miami
Recently, Mr and Mrs
Goldberg were honored by Heth
David Congregation. in
cooperation with the State of
Israel Bonds Organization, as
recipients of the State of Israel
Peace Award
The Goldbergs .ire residents of
South Dade They haw two
children and two grandchildren
Jewish Cultural Fair
< S inda). Feb 8, the
f '. Kendale Lakes will
'wish Tradition and
il Kendals Lakes
Lakes Boulevard
} HOth St i and 112nd
is being held in
n the heightened in-
wish roots and ethnic
Il ous heritage
range of exhibits and
I 1 be featured Unal
sns will display paintings.
ceramics and
puts \ Jewish scribe will
pnslrate the art of Hebrew
calligraphy Strolling musicians
will entertain the crowd with the
mellow strains of the shtetl and
the vibrant sounds ol Chassidic
bluegrass
Norman Richman. the
preaidenl of the Synagogue of
Kendale Lakes, isid, This is .i
verv ambitious undertaking tor
our congreg.it ion and we hope the
entire community will come to
the fair, experience our proud
Jewish heritage, and have an ull
around good t ime
The Fair will take place bet-
ween 1 and 5 p.m Admission is
free
Ml i rs of the Xorman Bruce Broun Post 1174) of the Jewish
om L;''/ r"ns rei'ently held a successful phone-a-thon campaign
W '"' of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's WHO Com-
m /""-/' Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Presenting a
W to Mel Schoenfeld (left). GMJF campaign director, are
W'"wr Greenuald (second from left), commander; Claire
T""<<' 'second from right), president; and Edwin L.
ttnian (right), quartermaster.
fewislti Floridian
fiami, Fbrid
Friday. February 1. 1980
SECTION B
Professor Yosef Y'erushalmi of
Harvard, scholar and his-
torian, will discuss Sephardic
culture when he appears as the
fourth in a succession of guest
lecturers presented by Temple
Heth Sholom's 2nd Annual
Omnibus Series. Sunday. Feb.
3 at 10:30 a.m. in the temple
sanctuary. Miami Beach.
Youth Job
Counseling
A four-session program
sponsored by the Jewish
Vocational Service and the
Jewish Community Center will
In-gin in early February to aid
youngsters in deciding their
educational and vocational
futures
The program, taking place
Thursday. Feb 7. 14. 21 and 28.
will provide group counseling to
college ImiuiuI persons and others
in need of clarifying their career
directions during each session.
; .in 8 46pan.
- Jl
Barbara Walters
for the peace treaty signing, both
President Sadat and Prime
Minister Begin gave her ex-
clusive interviews
Honors and awards for Walters
include "Broadcaster of the
Year." awarded by the Inter-
national Radio and Television
Society in 1975. and an Fmmy
the same year from the National
Academy of Television Arts and
Sciences. The Roper Report
named her as "most prominent
and recognizable personality in
the country."
Former NCCJ Headliner
Award recipients include Kd
Sullivan and Walter Cronkite.
NCCJ'S prestigious Silver
Medallions for service to
Brotherhood will be presented on
the same evening to Dade County
citizens. Col Frank Borman.
president and chairman. Kastern
Airlines; Armando Codina.
president. ITKL-Pas. and David
Kraslow. publisher. Miami Y. u I
Receiving the Silver Medallion in
Hroward County will be Moe
Katz. director and special con-
sultant of First Federal of
Broward.
The 19X0 Awards Committee
voted to give a Distinguished
Community Service Award to
Robert H. Simms. executive
director of the Dade County
Community Relations Board.
Joining William Ruben,
chairman of the board, Jordan
Marsh, in spearheading the 1980
Brotherhood Dinner were Dr.
Henry King Stanford, president.
University ol Miami, and Donald
C Shoemaker, senior editor.
Miami Ih raid
Histadrut Pro-Am Tourney
To Benefit Wolfson Fund
Frank Strafaci. director of the
Histadrut Pro-Am Golf Com-
mittee, announced that the 1980
Invitational will he played on
Monday, March 10, at the
California Club in North Miami
Beat h, sponsor of this year's
event
The tournament, in its seventh
year, was originally played at
Sky Lake Country Club,
forerunner to the California Club
Miami Heath Commissioner
Leonard Ueinstein. chairman of
the Pro-Am Committee, in-
troduced Louis Casaett and
Howard Kane. co-general
chairmen of the 1980 Pro- \m at a
special kick-off luncheon hosted
b) vice chairman Richard
Zimmerman of Flagship National
Hank
Kane has for mans years been
an activelj involved community
leader He is a past vice president
ol the Mercantile Hank, now the
Harriett Hank, past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Fetlerat ion. founder, lifetime
trustee and past \ Ice president of
Mt Sinai Hospital and in
developer ol Baj Harbor Island.
In the past seven years, Kane
sponsored 50 annual scholarships
through the Histadrut
Scholarship Fund
Cassett, a founder of Mt Sinai
Hospital, has been actively in-
volved in the education field for
many years While in St Louis.
Mo Casaett established the
Weatwood Foundation al the
West wood Country Club that has
provided higher education for
many needy youngsters. a
number of whom have gone on to
In-come prominent citizens
The committee, under the
leadership of Kane and Cassett,
voted to establish the Louis
Wolfson Perpetual Scholarship
Fund in memory of Louis
Wolfson II. recently deceased, i
past general chairman since 1975. j

Hou ard Kant
Irving Gordon, director ol the
benefiting Histadrut Scholarship
Fund. said that the Louis
Wolfson Fund will provide an-
nual scholarship assistance lor a
number Ol underprivileged
children in perpetuity, and will
benefit from all future tour-
nament s
Director Frank Strafaci an-
nounced that this year's field of
tour pros promises to be the most
outstanding to date Last year 1
winner Howard I'wittv and a
number of other prominent pros
are expected back to what pro
Barry Jaeckel refers to as "the
Ih'si pro-am they play in while on
tour."
Four amateurs are teamed with
a pro in a fivesome Teams will
draw for their pro at a special
cocktail party and dinner-dance
hosted by the Sponsoring
California Club the evening prior
to the Pro-Am.
Since the field is limited.
Strafaci says all interested
parties are advised to get their
entry in early by calling Irving
Gordon, or by contacting the
Histadrut office.
South Dade JCC Winter Programs
The South Dade Jewish
Community Center. 12401 SW
l(r2nd Ave Miami, a branch of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, is accepting
registration for winter programs
scheduled at the Center.
Scheduled are:
A class in I I pan. con-
versational Hebrew, beginning
Tuesday. Feb. 6. The six weak
class is scheduled from 7:30 to
9:30 p.m. Conversational Yiddish
begins Tuesdav. Feb 5, from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Mideast Update, a class on the
relationship between Israel and
its neighbors and between Israel
and the world community, starts
Wednesday, Feb t>. from 8 45 to
'.< 16 p.m.
The Sourct will l>e discussed in
,i course beginning Wednesday,
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Habbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah and chairman of Special
Kvents for the Israel Bonds
Organization, will head a special
selection committee to elect
recipients of the recently created
New Life Award
The New Life Award will be
presented jointly by the
Government of Israel and the
State of Israel Bonds
Organization at a community
wide dinner to be held on March
10on Miami Beach.
The award is reserved ex-
clusively for those who have
survived the Nazi Holocaust,
have been reborn to a new life in
the United States and have
distinguished themselves in
commerce and in industry,
philanthropy, medical sciences,
arts or education
Rabbi Abramowitz is Miami
Beach chairman of the
President's Commission on the
Holocaust.
A community-wide search is on
for New Life nominees and to this
date several have been recen^
by the Israel Bonds office ^
selection committee, headed *
Kabbi Abramowitz. will
the nomination* and detenu^
which men or women n|
closely meet the criteria. u
receive the six awards to ^
bestowed on March 10
Kabbi Abramowit/
organizational and -Miagoea
support for the New Life Am
and asked that an\ additions
nominations be sent to him s
care of the Israel Bonds office c
the Rone'y Plaza on M iami hVirt
Southeast area leaders recently attended the national board
meeting of Pioneer Wbwien in New York. Shown with Nava
Arad (second from left), secretary-general of Na'amat, Pioneer
Women's sister organization in Israel, are (left to right} Sylvia
Snyder, Na'amat chairman; Ms. Arad; Harriet Green of Coral
Gables, president of the South Florida Council; Bebee Pullman
of Ft. Lauderdale. organization chairman and Mildred Weiss
of Deerfield Beach, southeast area coordinator.
Officers Are Named at Cancer Institute
Miami Beach business, civic
and religious leaders have been
elected to key positions in the
Papamcolaou Cancer Research
Institute at Miami, a basic
research center affiliated with the
University of Miami
I>r Ralph W Jack was elected
chairman. K Albert Pa Hot was
elected first vke chairman.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer was elected
second vice chairman Norman T.
Schindler was elected treasurer
with Mrs Lewie S Rosentiel
named assistant treasurer Or
Julius SchulU is president of the
Papanicolaou Cancer Research
Institute and an ex-officjo
member of its board of directors.
Elected to the research in-
stitute's board of directors were
Gerald Schwartz. Mrs Arthur
Adams, Maurice R Brown. Or
Richard M. Fleming. Mrs
Charles Gertler, preeidaol <>f the
Woman's Corps of the
Papanicolaou Cancel Reeoarch
Institute. Mrs Henr> B GewiU
and .1 i Serald Lew ie
Harn \ iHsppyl Levy.
Samuel Lichenstein. Mrs HaroW
Lichter. Mrs. Bernard I^pa,
Or James McCreadv Slept*.
yuade. Leon Srago Mr!
Raymond Stahlberg Uernard J
Wagner. Or Jack U idnrh tx
Leonard A Wien were other,
elected to the rxiarri
Papanicolaou Cancel Retted
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Diplomatic Reception for Bonds Trip
Manuel Burstein and his family u ere honored by the 1-rai i
Histadrut Council of South Florida at its recent annual awards
luncheon. Pictured are (left to right/ Israel Kessar, deputy
secretary-general of Histadrut in Israel who as guest speaker,
Oscar and Eleanor Burstein. Manuel Burstein. and Judge
Herbert S. Shapiro, who presented the Bursteins with the
Histadrut Silver Menorah Award. Tribute it as also made to the
memory ofBurstein's late wife. Clara.
Jewish Radio Show
\ diplomatic reception will be
hosted bj Israel's newlj ap
pointed ambassador to the \ral>
Republic ol Egypt during the
tour d.i\ -ia> in Cairo ol the
South Florida Israel Bonds
delegation to Israel and Egypt,
departing Miami on March Is
The reception, to be hosted bj
Ambassador I hatm Ben-Elissar,
will be one of the features ol the
16-da) joume) which will be
made by South Honda residents
under the auspices of the Israel
Bi mds < irganizat ion
The highlight of the trip will Ik-
a Passover Seder to !* held
outdoors, m sight ol the
Pyramids on Mondaj evening,
March 31 The tour participente
w ill experieni sen i< e
reconstructed as accurately as
possible to one which would have
bl I n held at the tune ol Jewish
bondage in Kgypl
According to Milton \1
Parson, executive director ol the
South Florida Israel B>nd-
Organization, the Israel Egypt
lournei will be an emotional and
educational experience for all
participants
We will see larael in all its
glor\ and meet with top level
government representatives, in
addition to seeing the beenh ol
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Jew ish inter' '
seeing the wondi
world which ( 'a
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full breakfast- and
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dil ion to all fees and i
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Scheduled to Begin Shoshanah Raab Will Sing Friday
Rabbi David Eleizrie. director
of the Chabad House Jewish
Student Center at the University
of Miami, announced last week
the beginning of a new Jewish
radio show in Miami to be
broadcast weekly on W'VUM
Coral Gables. KM 90.
The show. "The Universiu ol
Miami Simcha." is sponsored by
Chabad House in conjunction
with the Israel Action Com-
mittee
The program will be heard
ever) SunOS) morning from 7
a.m. until 9 a.m. It will feature
Jewish and Israeli music and two
broadcast- on the half hour of
Jewish and Israeli news
In addition to the news and
music there will be an interview
spotlighting a personality or
topic of Jewish interest. The
program will attempt to focus on
lew ish life on the campus.
Two students. Niel Futerfas
and Jerri Goldberg, are directing
production along with Rabbi
Eleizrie. Others who have
assisted have been Sherri
SandlHTgand Zippora Abrams
In addition to the Shabbat
program Chabad House sponsers
various social, educational and
cultural activities for Jewish
student -
Bnai Zion Dance
The South Florida chapter ol
Bnai Zion will hold a social dance
on Saturday, Feb 2, at 8 p m in
the Hallandale Jewish Center,
Hallandale
Proceeds go to the Bnai Zion
home for the retarded children in
Israel There will lie a catered
coffee hour and music
Temple Sinai Sets
Classes for Adults
Temple Sinai will present its
adult education classes for the
second term beginning on Feb. 5
and concluding on March 18.
There are many varied courses
to choose from.
"God. Where Were You When
I Needed You?" will be taught by
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley and will
attempt to define some of the
pressing theological problems
the plague people.
"You've Come A Long Way.
Baby" will deal with the role of
the Jewish woman and now it has
changed considerably through
the ages Rabbi Julian Cook will
lead this discussion.
"Synergism: Approaches to
Life Problems" will be led by
Rabbi Cook and Dr. Barr>
Glassman Thev will discuss the
complementary roles of two
disciplines, Judaism and
psychiatry, in meeting such
issues as death and dying,
prejudice. intergeneration
conflict, and marriage and the
family.
A beginning course in Yiddish
is being taught, as well as "Still
More Hebrew."
A program on Feb. 19 will
feature Rabbi A. James Rudin of
the American Jewish Committee,
who will speak on the "Danger of
Cults." This particular evening
is open to any teenager or
concerned parent in the North
Dade Jewish community Rabin
Rudin. along with his wife is an
author of a soon-to-be published
book on cults
Class.- begin at 7 45 p.m. and
conclude ;it Hi |i in
On Friday. Feb I, at 8 p.m al
Temple King Solomon. Miami
Beach, Shoshanah Raab, wife of
Rabbi David Raab, will appear as
guest smger
She will join in a number ol
duets with Cantor Norman Brod)
of 1 he Winged Victor) Singers
singing the Chassidk Mmight)
God Beloved Soul and the
Israeli song. "Haleluyah" This
Tu B'Shevat
Explained
Students ol the Lehrman Da)
School ol Temple Emanu El will
celebrate Tu B'Shevat. the
Jewish Festival ol the New Yeai
ol Trees, Fridaj al m a m on the
campu- of the school
\ special program ol song and
dance will highlight the ob
servance ol the holida) on which
the American Arbor Day i-
based Lehrman Day School
students have committed
themselves to plant -''Hi trees in
the Belle and Irving lx-hrman
Forest in the American Bicen-
tennial Park near Jerusalem.
Israel.
The Jewish National Fund, of
which Dr. Lehrman is Greater
Miami Foundation chairman, is
planting the forest in honor of the
spiritual leader of Temple
Kmrnu-EI of Greater Miami
Voters Meeting
Voters Incorporated will hold a
"town hall meeting" on Tuesday
evening, Feb. 12, at 8 p.m. in the
auditorium of the Washington
Savings and Ix>an Association,
Miami Beach.
Tins open to the public-
meeting will be moderated by
Harry Levy, president of Voters
I in Gueet speakers will be Vice
Mayor of Miami Beach Or
Simon W'ikler and Allen Gold-
bsrg, chairman of Crime Watch.
song won first pri/e in the
International Music Festival held
in Jerusalem The) will be ac
companied b) Joe Baris
Rabbi Or David Raab will
conduct the service and preach
on Chassidism is the Answer to
the Cults
Shoshanah Raab 1- a fourth
generation Israeli S.itira and has
tudied voice in
Savannah, Georg -''
sang with the Sa\ani
phon) Orchestra I
She
singer.
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before men) frat<
and religion- orgai
Dixieland Theme for Vatsbfj' Night
\ Dixieland band will be
' ired along with com. ilmn- .it
the State ol Israel Bond-
Israelite
Center
Kabbi Solomon II \\ aldenberg
will conduct the late Frida)
i \ ening sen ice al t he Israelite
i enter Temple on Feb I at 8:1 S
p in
I an l or II y man I. if-tun.
assisted b) soloist Sol
Koenigsberg, will chant the
liturg)
Following the services a guest
speaker will address the
congregal ion The Sisterhood w di
serve the Oneg Shabbat in the
social hall All are welcome
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Dr. Joseph Narot to Speak Seminary Inaugurates Convocations
At Temple Israel Institute
The 30th annual Institute for
the Clergy, under the direction of
[)i Joseph R Narot. will be con-
ducted at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami. Feb. 4. at 10 a.m.
Ministers, priests, nuns and
rabbis have been invited to at-
. :! .i- i hey have for the past 29
. ii -
This year's lecturer will be Dr
Narot. who will discuss,
loseph'a Table or Jacob's
\\ ,11' He will discuss two
!lassie works in Judaism which
. ., nt 1 wo different
ot ijii' Jewish faith.
v, rv religion the Mad
iate l hi particular creed
institution and th' need to
ni d with the well-being
. morning session,
m ill !>< held lor toe
:. who will be the guests
Israel
ite has bet ome an
adjuncl in Miami i
p according to I)r
. past ti'w dei ades,
'., fa< ult\ of the
oi ollega Jew ish
: Religion have been
lecturers as well as a number ot
I, it sh and Christian scholars in
the \mern an community
\mong these haw l>een Dr
rd Emmerglick of the
1 ni\i r--;tv of Miami. Kabbi
Halfour Knckner. Union of
\:: an 111 brew Congregations;
I >r Norman Paul, psychiatrist.
I" -ion I Diversity School of
/ '
Mediciru Kbther
I nion
Rabin Gunther Plant.
Ray mond
ehelogical
llrnw n .
seminary
I oronto
\l-o. Father Vndrew Greeley,
Dr fiarvej Cox, Rabbi David
Polish, I 'r Maurice Friedman.
Fr John Pswlikowski, Catholic
Theological Union; Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum, l>r Roben Gordis,
Jewish Theological Seminary;
l>r Markus Berth, Dr Eugene
Horowitz
\l-o. Kr Edward Planner)
Dr Cyrus M Cordon. Dr Robert
0. Johann. Dr Paul l-ehmann.
Kabbi Roland R Gittelsohn,
itahbi Eugene Mihaly, Dr
Sheldon Mlank and Dr Jacob
Radei Marcus
Temple to Burn Mortgage
1 in burning of the
mortgage of Temple King
Solomon will take place on
rhursday, Jan 31, at 8 p.m.
.ii the Temple, Miami Reach.
Sol Hoth. president and
moving force of building the
temple, will hand over the
paid up mortgage notes to
Rabbi Dr David Raab. and
the notes will be literally
burned
Close to .UK) member
families Mill witness this
-n, i i.il ceremony Last
January the temple building
was opened and dedicated
Mimi Sloan, lady cantor of
the temple and international
singing star, will give a
concert of cantonal, Hebrew.
Yiddish. English and songs
of other languages She will
be accompanied b) Sam
I- idler at the piano
Free Concert Series in Miami Beach
\- pad ol the Big Orange
Festival being held during the
month ol February, American
Savings will continue its free
concert series in conjunction with
the Performing Arts i,,r Coin
mutiny and l ducation (P \t 'El
Ml during February. American
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event* ai various locations
throughout Miami Beach
Tins year a festival will feature
a blend ol jazz, classical, country.
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The Jewish Theological
Seminary of America
inaugurated its 21st annual
convocation season in Miami
Reach with an opening brunch in
the Encore Room of the Hotel
Konover on Wednesday. Jan 30.
it was announced by Joseph M.
Drexler. special chairman of the
opening Seminar) event
The Seminary's activities
unfold during the month of
February and culminate in an
academic convocation in Temple
Emanu-EI and a convocation
dinner in the Diplomat Hotel,
both events taking place on
W ednesdaj Feb 27
Rabbi "i aako\ <; Rosenberg, a
\ ice chancellor ,,i the seminar}
and the spiritual leader several
irs ago ol Beth David
1 irrigation in Miami. ad-
pd th< opening brunch
Drexlei has had a long
relationship nti the Seminar)
Hi .i membei ol it- board ol
overseers and was the recipient <>t
its National Community, Service
Ward ol the Seminary Con
vocation Dinner in Miami Beach
in 19
His wife Dorothy was honored
bv the Seminary in 1977 at the
annual lorah Fund Luncheon ot
the National Women's Patron
So* let v
A banker and CPA, Drexler
heads the Standard Safe Deposit
Co. of New York and is active in
behalf of numerous institutions
in the I'nited States and Israel.
He is a member of the Prime
Minister's Club of Israel Bonds,
and recently he and his wife
dedicated a new facility at the
Cardiology Department of
Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem
\ short time ago. Drexler was
elected to the board of trustees ol
Yeshiva Univerait) He is a
Cardozo Fellow in its Law School
and a Sc nee Fellow in the
University. He has contributed
to the Cancer Research Center of
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine.
The Seminary Brunch on Jan
:mj was the first of approximately
a dozen events scheduled lo take
place in Miami Reach and
Hollywood during the
Seminary s 21st season in South
Florida. The general chairman of
the convocation and dinner will
lie Matthew M Rosenhaus. an
BCtive leader in the Conservative
Movement and the Synagogue
Council o| America
White House Hopefuls
Approved for Primary
I M I Mi KSSI I Seen
ite George Firestone has
certified the names ,,t fou,
I krnocrats and nine Republicans
i" appear aa candidates on the
Man I; 1! presidential preference
primary ballot
I hose apple,v ed were
Governoi Edmund C Brown. Jr
IDI; President Jimmv Carter
ID); Senator Edward M Ken
nedy i|m Representative John
B Vnderson tRi. Senator
Howard Maker iRi. former
Ambassador George Rush |R|
former Governor John Connallv
IR): Congressman Phillip Crane
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v eland attorney Richard R
K.iv hi I.,,- Angeles economist
Benjamin Fernandez IRI and
former Minnesota Governor
Harold Stassen IR)
Florida residents aged i .mci
over, who want tO vote in tin-
March 11 presidential preferenci
primary must register no later
t nan 5 p.m.. Fel
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A tribute to the Golden Chain
of Yiddish Culture will be
presented bv the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHFI Feb. 18 as part
of its 14th Histadrut Economic
Conference for Israel Feb. 16-19
at the Konover Hotel in Miami
Beach
Featured speaker at the
Mondav evening reception will be
Shimon Weber, editor-in-chief of
The Jewish Daily Forward, the
only Yiddish-language daily-
new spaper in the United States
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation last month established a
special fund tor the preservation
,.t the Golden Chain of Yiddish
Culture, which will provide
financial assistance to Du
:, ti, h, if, the quart.
1 iddish literary magazine
published bj Histadrut in Israel
Funds also w ill he provided to t he
y,ddis) Ken and Zukunfl.
two Yiddish publications in th.'
I nited States
CHAIRMAN of the tribute
will he l>r Morton Malavsky. a
national IMF hoard member and
hairman ol it- activities in
Broward Count) Introduction-
will he offered by Max
Gleiberman and Morn- Fisher
Co-chairmen ol this special
fund-raising effort are Shimon
I>eitch and Morn- Friedman.
a ho. together with their spou* -
will be honored at the reception
#ith the pre-entation ol
Histadrut Golden Chain ol
"1 iddish Culture Award
Fine Arts
Shabbat
The Third Annual Fine Arts
Shabbat Sen ice. sponsored by
the Fine Arts of Beth David, will
take place on Friday evening.
Fab l at 8 P.m. innj
congregation's South
Chapel
e
Hade
Webei
Bonus
A musical program will be
pn sented at the Feb. 18
reception by Ben Bonus, a
contemporary Yiddish performer
Bonus ha- played leading roles m
Jewish theatrical classics, and
over the years has -tarred in his
own musical shows based on
Jewish folklore and humor
The four-da) conference will
culminate with an awards
banquet Feb 19 and a keynote
address by Abba Eban, Israel's
former foreign minister and
former ambassador to the United
States Vmbassador Zvi Brosh,
minister tor information at
Israel embassj in Washington,
will deliver the keynote address
at the opening session Feb 16
Reservations and information
about the Histadrut conference
an available from the Histadrut
Foundation office in Miami
In celebration of Tu B She vat.
the service will feature poetry
and prayer on the theme ol
nature
Dorothy Raphael} will "
selection describing a ""h
centur> Tu B'Sheval seder in
Safed from a forthcoming novel
in Dr 'i ehuda Shamir
Another highlight of the
service will be a talk b> Dr
Vbraham Benyunes entitled On
Wings ol Song Our Musical
Heritage
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the service, and a mural painted
bj children from the Beth David
tn.i Solomon Sch.-enter Da)
School, deputing the era
-tor>. will be a dedicated to the
-\ nagogue.
In addition to Ms Raphael)
and Dr Benyunes, members ol
Fine \rt- will partii ipate in the
sen ice, including
Tob) Ansin, Roberta She* in,
Clarice Bad.me- Irene W in
Sarah Kamen 1 wis
stern-hem. Naomi H
Vnnettee Fayne, Uiia Get
Sonia Miller. Helen Benyunes,
and laude and .loan San< I
Yiddish Musical Theatre
Comes To Miami Beach!
Direct from their smash success in N. Y.!
Sparkling' A LChayim to All' hi times
A Hi!' JEWISH FORWARD
the Sensational Yiddish Musical Star
MARY SOREAINU
AND
YAINKELE ALPERIIN
IN
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TNe RAbbi's Da.jCj1.ter
b ran djh pvnpsn
A YIDDISH MUSICAL COMEDY
(With English Narration)
1 WEIZl BOZVK
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ISWFRALERER]
DAVID EUIN
2Wepks! Feb. 19-Mar. 2
Cameo Theatre
1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
8 Performances per week: Tues thru Thurs 8 p.m. Sat & Sun 8 p.m.
Matinees Wed & Thurs 2 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m.
All Seats Reserved:
Tue*., Wed., Thurs. eves. A mats.
Orchestra $8 50, Balcony $7 00 & $5 50
Sat. eve. A Sun. mat. A eve.
Orchestra $9.50; Balcony $8.00 & $6.50
Tickets on sale at box off lea, mail order or
CHARGE TICKETS BY PHONE 531-0003
Group Discounts (20 or more) CALL RACHELL 868-1569
Mall orders to Rebecca
I e/o Cameo Theatre. 144S Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 33138
I M* check payable to "Rebecca."
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g ;_ />-..-. Mian B< \ch held its annual Night
peration uiththi Stan f Israel Bonds Organuat
i. i )ding rea ed Israets Gen* i
their many
Israel and I tppori o/ '' i onomit
i\, ward presented by Tom I
./,,. | il leader in Brou ardCounty
Israel Bonds Leader
Urges Reinvestment
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\ massiv-i > ampaigi
[men l "t Israel Bon1
whii h have matured or will co
during
d b> th. Israel Bond
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\|..r. than H3 million in
; -,.\ ing *iU
in during
K i hairmai
th. South I Bond
,i.n
In addition, there were i
million in matured bonds out
standing as ol November
i Ihi- make* a pot* ntial >.l
more lha I million in Israel
Bond* which should be rein
he said
\ ihal .. pea i i has
signed between Israel and
Kgypl (ierson noted Isi
ds ("irul reinvestment dollars
to continue its ongoing ei
,1. \ elopmenl and I I he
extra, rdinan new challenges ..(
peai 1 srael di ies not ha\. the
lull use "I monej Irom matured
bonds, as this must l
pi ion pa
B) reinvesting
put thi* mom
nat ion economy
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\, cording t.....
billion I
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Tha peace
y ,ir deadline !:
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the Sinai u> ihe N
in-i ol those y ai
hall ovei and a vail
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In addition, Israi
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impeded
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Israel Bonds Events
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Kiulol/ih and Rosalyn Shulman
OCEAN PAVILION
Kudolph and Kosalyn Shulman
will receive laraal'i Generation
Award at the Ocean Pavilion
Israel Bonds dinner to Ih- held
Thursday. Fab. 14. at .r> p m in
the Ocean Pavilion Restaurant.
I h.- event is being held under the
Miapicaa of the Ocean Paviuon
Israel Bonds Committee
According t<> Silvia Droanaa,
chairman, the Shulmans are
l>eing recognized for their many
years of service to Jewish
organizations and for their
support of the Israel Bonds
Organization
Shulman, active in synagogue
life, has been a life-long me ml my
f Mizrachi Religious Zionists
ind has worked with the
\mencan Jewish Congress. He is
>n the board of the Gold Coast
Synagogue and a member of the
Society of Fellows of the Anti-
Defamation league
Mrs. Shulman has held
leadership poaitions in nui
women groups Sh
ol Hadassah. Amencai
I ongreas, B nai H i I
National Kund andt)R I
Special gueal a( the
be Israel \iiulai I
least ision producei
riter
Honorar) chairmei
I rilling and \ ktOI Ha
TEMPLE B'NAI /i"s
l.mple Una. Zion *
Salute lo land Brunei Sunday.
,,.|, io. at K> 30 am in he
empke Tha congregants o
temple will be honored *l,h '"*
Uovarnmanl ol larad Da-
(iurum Award
According to Max Kheg
chairman of the event. *
congregation of Tempfc' "?
/..on has put fBltk consKlerabh
effort ami work on behall j>l j
economic davalopmani
State of Israel
-They have given ol '^nl
selves tirelessly M that the
peopU of Israel mas l",u""".hf
enjoy fm-dom and s.fur.t> n
Middle Boat I am very 1"
that our congregation w ill ri
this award for their |oD '
done." he said. .
apacJaJgoaatatthabrunchwtJ
ba Kind Cohan, fcmer*
humorist and nightc'U"
comedian
Co-chairman ol tha
Abraham VVaiaa
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Judaica High School Announces Classes
I*he Judaica high Khool
department of the ( entral
\genc) for Jewish Education has
announced plans for the third
trimester of it* program tor
!:; H()
Ihc Judaica high school
program presents alternatives m
lew ish education H it works with
Jewish communal agendas,
whether I In v he formal schools or
informal youth groups
Rabbi Shimon A/ulny. director
of the Judaic high school, has
-.ml ol the program [ta
purpose is to in ressc the quslit)
snd level ol Jewish studies,
develop, increase and enhance the
Jewish components in the youth
programs, and sttracl the non
affiliated Jewish teenager
through the vanetv and
special! \ of our program
The Judaica high school works
on multiple tracks Intensive
Hebrew department, junior and
senior high s,h..| educational
programs in cooperation with
ogues, .1 college i re,In
gram in cooperation with
Miami Hade Community College
Bupplemental da) school
enrichment program, and join!
programs with the youth
dire, tors and youth groups ol the
community
I'hr schools that are presentl)
involved in the Judaica High
Si hool formal classes m Dad.
< oimt \ are
Ailath Yeshurun, Beth Vm,
Bel Breira, Beth David. Beth
>lom Beth I mail temple
/"" I.n.pi. Israel. Tempi)
Mi norah remple Ner I amid.
I mpl( t ii ( Mom. and Temple
Sinai
In addition. the program
\t.mis through South Broward
and North Broward, including
man) ol her synagogues
(burses are offered on a wide
range ol subjects, including
Missionary at the Hour.
Modern Medii ine and Jew ish
law Bible.' Israel The
" BUS! I /i,- .|(.uish
Catalog."' i \ ,.
Keligion, and mat
rhe Judaica high school is
jointl) administered by Rabbi
Shimon \zulay, high school
inistrator, and Mexandei
iSandyl \ndroi youth
ramming director
B 'nai B 'rith Worn en
Miami Beach Council >! B'nai
H nth Women will hold its nexl
meeting on Tuesda) I el at
noon at the American Savings .'v
Loan Hank 830 Washington
ON MARCH 10TH, 1980, THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA WILL
JOIN IN PAYING AN UNUSUAL TRIBUTE
TO SIX MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY
WHO, OUT OF THE HORRORS OF THE
HOLOCAUST, HAVE COME TO OUR
SHORES TO START A "NEW LIFE" AND
WHO HAVE DISTINGUISHED THEM-
SELVES AS LEADERS IN BUSINESS, IN-
DUSTRY, ARTS, SCIENCES, EDUCATION
AND PHILANTHROPY. ISRAELS "NEW
LIFE" AWARD WILL BE BESTOWED UPON
THEM.
ON THIS HISTORIC OCCASION, IN-
TERNATIONAL MUSIC STAR VICTOR
BORGE WILL RECEIVE ISRAEL'S
CULTURE AWARD AND WILL PERFORM
IN CONCERT.
Robert Russell
Chairman
NEW LIFE DINNER
State of Israel Bonds Organization


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Istomirw Stern, Rose
Three Music Masters
To Perform Wednesday
Pianist Kugene Istomin.
violinist Isaac Stern and cvlhst
Leonard Rose, a trio of musical
giants, will continue their nearly
20 years of ensemble performance
when they appear together in
Temple Beth Sholom's Great
Artists Series on Wednesday
evening. Feb. 6. at 8:30 p.m. at
the Miami Beach Theatre of the
Performing Arts
The legendary three, who first
appeared together publicly at the
Israel Festival in 1961. represent
one of those rare groups in
musical history where each of the
participants is an acknowledged
master of his own instrument.
In performance they are so
musically meshed that one critic
was prompted to note they are
beyond the reach of any group
of players now performing
Regarded as one of the world's
greatest pianists. Istomin at-
tended the Mannes School of
Music, then went on to Phila-
delphia's Curtis Institute of
Musk where he studied with
Kudolt Serkin and Arthur
Rodzinski.
tfter making his respective
Morris \ E
I Sa ngt .'
A -- i ..;;. : >/ I. irida -
s of A y in
I i '. Br
\ men:' the hoard
nting tht 1 >.: U < inty
I has been a Florida
n si it nt for 40 years and I
a bachelor of business aci-
ministration degree from the
University of Miami //.
ned Am, rican Sat ings in
1956, and in 1966 was elected
it
Singer Judith Gindy U ill
perform a medley of George
M Cohan songs as tiei.
ppropnate for
Valentine's Day on Sunday
I ning. /"('' 10, at the (oral
Qabl* > itht tntt r Organist
ni Batt u ill alt ; form
at the com eri
Performing \rt foi <
muntty id I lion
fPAt
debuts with the Philadelphia
Orchestra and the New York
Philharmonic. Istomin went on to
win international fame in 1950 at
France's Prades Festival
He was later acknowledged by
his life-long friend Pablo Casals
to be "among the worlds
greatest pianists
Often referred to as the
world's busiest musician." Isaac
Stern is universally considered to
be among the greatest musicians
of all time.
After studying at the San
Francisco Conservatory of
Music, he made his first major
orchestral debut with the San
Francisco Symphony
Following his Carnegie Hall
debut in 19-13. Stern received
invitations to perform annually
with every major orchestra and
at every major festival through-
out the world He has since
premiered the works of such
greats as Hindmith. Schuman.
Bernstein, Rochberg and Pen-
derecki and was the first recipient
oi the Mbert Schweitzer Musk
\ward tor a life dedicated to
music and devoted t humanitv
Master cellist Leonard
who trained at the Curtis
tute of Music, was chosen at the
ga of 20 to be assistant solo
cellist .'i the NBC Symphony
He later became soloist at both
the Cleveland Orchestra and the
New York Philharmonic before
continuing his distinguished
career
A master teacher Hose is on
the faculty of the Juilliard School
and has had a profound influence
on the cello life of many >oung
soloists and orchestral player-
Hailed not as three star
soloists who ha\e come together
on a stage, but as a smooth!)
blended Chamlnr ensemble, each
member of the trio maintains hi-
OWn mdi\ idual schedule of
concert appearance- in national
and foreign tours as well as
recording engagements All agree
that the) find their greatest
musical satisfaction in sub
merging their personalities to
create .1 perfect partnership
Coordinated b) cultural
director Jud) Orucker. tickets
are \ uilahle at t he Temple office
Rose.
In-li
Pianist Eugene Istomin, violinist Isaac Stern, and cellist i
Leonard Rose.
'Hot Line' to Jerusalem
Kolel America Tifereth
Jerusalem, a religious and social
service organization in Israel, has
initiated a hotline to arrange
tor prayers U) be recited in
Jerusalem and at the Western
Wall for the seriously ill or in
time of personal crisis
The hotline, operated on a 24-
hour basis by the New York office
,.| Kolel \menca. notes the
nature of the emergency and the
Hebrew name and mother I
Hebrew name of the individual
This information i* then tran-
smittad to Jerusalem
The hot line is a free sen ies of
Kolel \merira I ifereth
Jerusalem founded in 1H9>. by
the then Chief Rabbi of
Jerusalem. Rabbi Yehoshua Leib
Diskin. known as the Brisket
Rov. to aid newly arrr.,
migrants from the United Mates
Temple Israel
l>r Joseph K Y,- W1|]
discuss 'Parnas by Dr Silvtno'
\neti at the Shabbal
Friday. Feb 1 at |. rr| |srifj
of (irvat.-r Miami 13? N I
Street, Miami, at 8 p m
l>r Aneti is of lu u *...
origin and now .,
psychoanalyst in N<.
has written an m
actual Parnas llead<
cnmmiinit\ I in Hitl.
lUh
HISTADKUT
ECONOMIC
CONFERENCE
Celebrating the #60 Million Year
<>t the Israel IIistadrul Foundation
Keynoter-
HON. ABBA EBAN
Former Foreign Minister of Israel. Member of the Knesset
Saturday.
February 16th.
INAUGURAL
ASSEMBLY
>Iou February 18th.
TRIBUTE TO Till
t.outix ch
OF 1 IIMHSII (TliiKl
Tuesday.
I''i'hniary IJMli
AWARDS
BANQUET
Address
HON.ZVIBROSH
Minister for Information
Israel's Embassy Washington
Concert
MISHARAITZIN
Star Tenor
Metropolitan Opera
Address
SHIMON WEBER
Editor-in-Chief
Jewish Daily Forward
Presentation to
SHIMON & LUCY DEITCH
MOSHE & SARAH FRIEDMAN
Presentation to
SAM & REBECCA FEINSTEIN
Participants
DR. SOL STEIN
National President
DR. LEONKRONISH
Chairman,
Board of Directors
For Information & Reservations, contact
r, ,SFVAELH|STADRUT FOUNDATION
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 389. M.am, Beach. Fl 33139 Tel. 531-8702
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ElAl Chairman Shavit Sees
Airline Emerqinq
rai les (if lurun ..,< 1 ,______ *^ C^
I'ageT-H
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Renewed
By KTHKI. BLUM
TEL AVIV Avraham
ilUimal Shavit said here that he
has accepted the one-dollar a
vear position as chairman of the
Kl Al board of directors because
he felt it was time I put my foot
where mv mouth is once and for
all"
The dynamic Israeli industrial
leader took over leadership of the
national airline in November 1979
at a period he terms more
critical than crucial in the
airline's history."
"THE PRESS calls this period
crucial in the economy of Israel.
but it has been a crucial time for
the past 10 years." says Shavit.
It is probably more critical than
crucial. Israel is a small country
fighting for its existence and at
the same time fighting to
stabilize and improve the
economy."
A reputed longtime critic of
events in Israel. Shavit is known
U) his friends as "Buma." He was
born in Tel Aviv and has
distinguished himself as a
successful manufacturer of
electrical equipment. He is
president of the Manufacturers
Kssociation <>f Israel, and views
hi- position at the head of the
national airline as similar in
scope and concept to heading a
large multi-national
conglomerate
Rums Shavit is quick to
compare Israel's economic
growth with the "recognised
miracles of .Japan and (iermanv
He says that in 194H. Israel
exported $80 million worth of
products, mostly oranges By the
end of 1979. the export total" was
more than $9 billion with more
than half in industrial products
like x-ray equipment and lasers.
TfPlCAL OF the exported
products is about $50 million in
tires half to the United States
the country that invented the
synthetic tire
Although Shavit's in-
volvement in the airline industry
spans a short few months, he has
definite opinions on deregulation,
the future of the industry and the
direction of Kl Al Israel Airlines
In a fast changing world.
Shavit sees El Al at the frontier,
fighting for the western world
and the way of life to which the
western world has become ac-
customed.
"Let's not kid ourselves." he
says. "Fuel is not the only
problem facing the airline tn
dustry We always talk about
changing our way of life. We are
being forced to slow down our
fast automobiles Our ther-
mostats are not set as high as
they were a few years ago. and it
could very well happen that our
travel habits will also have to
change
SHAVIT WARNS that if there
are not changes m the fuel
situation, and oil producing
monopolies continue, travel could
again become the pri\ liege of the
rich, and it will become BXt remely
difficult for airlines ,,, m,lVt.
masses of people across oceans
and to sunny beaches The
\merican way of life is not onl) a
way of life, says Shavit It ,s
an ideology, a system, and it is
being threatened
El Al's new chairman realises
he made international headlines
when he took over the carrier's
leadership He says. We had
labor problems, and there was no
way El Al could continue with
existing labor contracts. So. I
told the workers, either we
change by the 31st of December
or we close on the 1st of
January."
Shavit is the first to admit that
resulting publicity shook the
travel industry, but he claims his
message to the employees was
delivered quickly and results are
already obvious to travelers and
to the airline industry
FIRST PRIORITY of the new
management team that came to
the company with Shavit was to
develop "credibility He talks
tr.elv of the "old stories" about
El Ms flexibility of schedules.
late arrivals and departures and
he points with pride to statistics
racked up m November and
December ol 1979 when El Alwas
first internationally for on time
arrivals and departures He
credits El Al employees for the
fast turn around in service and
credibility
Shavit s.iv s employees got his
message and we are all working
together to make Kl Al the finest
airline in the world."
\s the national airline ol
Urael. Shavit sees the airlines
responsibilities as extending
beyond those ol most scheduled
airlines
Says Shavit. "El Al is not in
the business <>t losing money \\ c
must cut costs wherever possible
snd reduce staff. In re-
negotiating labor contracts our
pilots agreed to a 40 percent cut
in salaries, and our flight crews
not only took salary cuts but
changed work hours and
requirements so that we .an
continue to fly routes like the Tel
Aviv. Toronto. New York run.
We must be productive and w
will be changing equipment for
maximum utilization "
FLrTNG THE blue and white
banner with the Star of David on
the wing presents unique
problems, according to Shavit
"A normal scheduled airline
carries 40 percent of their
passengers at full fare as
business travelers and 60 percent
as tourists. We carry 90 percent
tourists at low fares and the other
10 percent as business travelers
In addition, we pay the highest
fuel prices in the world."
In spite of these disad-
vantages. Shavit says Kl Al will
continue to pioneer low group air
fares and continue to encourage
more tourists because it is in the
national interest
As for routes. Shavit Bays all
existing routes are being re
evaluated, and Some ol the less
important and more costly routes
ma> be dropped He does not rule
out the possibility ol additional
Buma Shavit
routes to the U.S. and Europe.
HE SA r"S the Miami Tuesday
flights have been very successful,
and they will continue with more
emphasis on expanding the
market into South America
during off season winter months
He anticipates inauguration of
the Los Angeles route and an-
nouncements will be made
shortly.
As Shavit views El Al today,
he says. "We have two major
problems. We would like to fly
everywhere, but can we afford it?
We also must consider how the
impending recession will affect
the travel world, and with all of
that in mind. El Al will have to be
a little faster than we were in the
past bo we can adapt ourselves to
the changes
Ixx>king al Kl Al in the decade
of the eighties. Shav it says Kl Al
will have the finest first class
service in the world and we will
give passengers the attention
the) deserve Kl Al will emerge
from the eighties taking its
right till plate as a leader in the
industry and in first place
They dream of not being alone.
Kids dream of candy, parties and
piggyback rides.
Teenagers dream of boyfriends,
girlfriends and getting a car.
For young couples, it's the dream
of owning their own home.
Parents dream of happiness and
success for their children.
And today, many of our elderly
dream of not being left alone In
the world. Of not being forsaken
by family. And friends. Of
having enough to eat. A decent
place to sleep. And someone
who cares close by to hold their
hand. Or read them a Story. Or
help them get dressed. Or go
to the store for them because
old age is making it so painful to
climb a single flight of stairs.
If you give your time and money
to help the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation help our older
people in need, you not only
become their family and their
friend, you make their dream
come true.
The dream is within reach.
Support the Greater Miami
Jewish Federations 1980
Combined Jewish Appeal/^
Israel Emergency Fund. 4
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Community Corner
The 20th anniversary of the Around the World Fair is
[scheduled for Feb. 2 and*3 at Tropical Park. The event, con-
ceived by the patrons of the Museum of Science, includes a
midway of games and fun houses, elephant rides, international
foods, arts and crafts and a tennis tournament
U.S. Rep. Dante Fascell was honored Jan. 30 at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel for his 25 years of service in the House of
Representatives. Among those present to congratulate the
i Congressman was television newscaster Ralph Renick and
\ Dupont Plaza general manager Skip Shepard. who baked a huge
cake for the event.
The Metro-Dade fir* department is now accepting ap- |
i plications to train firefighters. Interested persons should apply I
at the Joseph Caleb Center. 5400 NW 22nd Ave.. between 1 and |
5 p.m. before Friday. Feb. 15. Applications are also being ac- |
cepted at 2501 Coral Way between the hours of 8 and 4 p.m..
weekdays.
Qtqogwed
Beissinger- Levine
Mr and Mrs Walter Meissinger of Philadelphia
announce the engagement of their daughter.
Su-an Carol Beissinger. to Mitchell Robert
Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs Allan Irvine of
Miami.
Both Ms Beissinger and Mr I^evine are
graduates of Vanderbilt University \ wedding i
planned for the summer of 1981

Ellen Liebman of Miami Beach is looking for other han-
[dicapped people who would like to start a kibbutz in Israel Ms
Liebman may be written to at 934 Michigan Ave.. Apartment 3.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
Miami-Dade Community College's
New World Center Campus' lunchtime
lively arts series will present Bernard
$ Malamud, American novelist, at noon.
; Wednesday. Feb. 6. at Gusman Cultural
Center. Malamud is considered to be a
major American novelist and story teller.
He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the
National Book Award for The Fixer in
1967. and was again recipient of the
prestigious National Book Award in 1959
for his collection of short stories. The Magic
Barrel. Malamud will read from his works
and discuss them.
Malamud
Miami Beach's former Police Chief Rocky Pomerance has
agreed to accept a draft naming him chairman of the Coalition
campaigning for passage of the March 11 referendum on South
Shore Redevelopment.
Alfred Eiaenstaedt, world renowned photographer, will
speak at the South Campus of Miami-Dade Community College
at 3 p.m. in room 6120 of Alfred L. McCarthy Hall on Tuesday.
Feb. 5. Called the father of photojournalism. Eisenstaedt is one
of the original Life magazine photographers. His incisive photo
essays influenced the work of a generation of photographers.
Miami Beach's sixth annual Outdoor Festival of the Arts
will present the art work of artists from most of the 50 states.
Artists also are coming in from around the world, including
Spain. Canada and England. The two-day event is scheduled for
Feb. 9 and 10 on the Washington Avenue side of the Miami
Beach Convention Center
Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor Stern of the Jacob C Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue. Miami Beach, both attended the Sixth
World Conclave of the Kenesiah (ledolah. the conference of the
World Agudath Israel in Jerusalem. The conclave was the
greatest gathering of Torah scholars the world over.
The Dr. Abraham Wolfson Forum for enlightment meets
every Thursday morning at 10 am at the Washington Federal
Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, second floor. This
month's speakers will be: Feb. 7. Tim Clarke. "Importance Of
Phosphate In Our Society"; Feb. 14. Louis Weitzman. "A Cure
For Our Problems"; Feb 21, Mrs. Ruth Srhoenfeld. "You Are
What You Eat and Feb. 28, Edna Burkanan. (rime Problem
and Miami Beach
I <"'
Prep Courses
For SATs
The Michael-Ann Kussell
Jewish Community Center.
North Miami Beach, is offering
two SAT. prep courses.
The first course begins
Tuesday. Feb. 19. consisting of
10 classes, held from 7 to 9 p.m.
on each of the following date*
Feb. 19.21.26.28, March 4. 6. 11.
13. 18.20.
The exam is scheduled for
March 22 Each course is in
structed by a qualified teacher
from the office of Irvin Katz.
educational consultant
The second course, beginning
March 27. also consists of 10 two
hour classes (7 9 p.m.I. Schedule
is as follows
March 27. April 3.9, 10. 16, 17.
22,24.29. May 1
The exam will be held on May
3.
Registration begins the week
of Feb. 4 at the JCC s mem
bership desk located in the main
building of the Center
Singles Events
The Michael Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center.
North Miami Beach, has a
variety of events scheduled in
February for the JCC Singles
Social Cluster'' groups and
other interested single adults
This week they are:
Sunday. Feb. 3: Coed softball
Every other Sunday at the JCC
ballfield Also, a wine and choose
party, in the Kat/ Auditorium at
the JCC Also, a picnic; the 50
plus .)('(' Social Cluster group
has planned a picnic at Greynolda
Park Ixig Shelter 11 a.m
Thursday. Feb 7: Single
parent rap session open to all
single parents 8 p m at the .l< (
Susan Hrissin/ter
"Strasberg is not to be missed
bv anyone who enjoys superb acting.
WiUuun Wolf Cue New York
Hindi Diamond has just been elected
the official Florida delegate to attend the
Women in Communications National
Convention in Baton Rouge. La.. Feb. 14-
16. Ms Diamond is editor of Industria
Turistica magazine and also conducts a new
talk show twice-a-week on 1360 WKAT
radio on Tuesdays and Thursdays with
interviews of personalities in the area. She
was moderator last week for the first panel
on How to Reach the Hispanic Consumer
sponsored by Women in Communications
at FIU.

Hindi Diamond
The Retired Medical-Dental Association of Greater Miami
will meet on Wednesday. Feb. 6. 1 p.m., at the Washington
Federal Bank. 1133 Normandy Drive. Miami Beach. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Irving Weinberg.
If your children are irom the ages 2-10. here's one event
they won't want to miss Metro Dade s Annual Carousel Of
Fun celebrating a weekend of culture, carnival attractions and
enjoyment It's all happening Saturday and Sunday. Feb. 9 and
10. from 1030 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Crandon Amusement Park.
Key Biscayne (Parking lot No. 1 next to the zoo).
The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals has
awarded a full two-year accreditation to Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Metro-Dade County Commissioner Barry Schreiber invites
North Dade residents to meet with him to work toward 'the
betterment of county government" during his informal office
hours on Wednesday, Jan. 30. The "office hours" will be held
from 10 am till noon at the Cloverleaf Bowling Lanes, 17601
NW 2nd Ave
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Temple Israel Aliyah Hadassah Announces Events
Lecture
Ambassador of the Arts" is the honor bestowed by Secretary
^tate George Firestone, right, on theatrical producer Z,
H.fman at the opening of "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" at
Miami Gusman Cultural Center The award honors outstanding
xndil iduals in the arts who have brought cultural recognition to
-rate. Bufman, with six theaters in five major Florida cities.
has brought Broadway-quality entertainment to the state.
reared jobs for many and has made a vital economic and
cultural impact on the communities he serves." said Firestone.
Or Olom Welcomes Soviet Jews
began
Soviet Jewish families new to
Honda will be guests at
Temple Or Olom s activities.
i ording to president Jack
Lubin
The program to sponsor the
Soviet families began at the
temples recent Sisterhood
Sabbath dinner and service, and
a concerted effort will be made to
continue this sponsorship
throughout the year
Art Auction Slated at Beth David
The Heth David Young
I Duplea Club will hold an art
tion on Saturdav. Feb. 2. at
Spector Mall. 2625 SW 3rd ave
ill! sanctuary- of Beth David
i ongregation) at 9p m
\ [>re\ iew of the works to be
auctioned will be given at H p.m.
Wine and cheese will be served,
and t here will be a door prize.
Included in the collection are
the original limited edition works
of many outstanding artists.
Agamogrphs" by Yacov Agam
will be featured
'Symbolism In Israeli Novels
On Sunday. Feb. 3. at 10 a.m..
remote Israel of Greater Miami
will present the 12th of its
Greenfield Lecture Series m the
tempi.'sanctuary, Miami.
The apeeker will be Kolf
W artenlierg
VNartenbern emmigrated to the
United states from Germany in
December 1938, and served in the
I S armed forces during World
War II He served as the com
mending officer of the hodvguard
detail tor the Allied judges and
prosecutors at the Nuremberg
Trials
The subject of his lecture will
be 'From Habi Yar to Nurem
berg."
South Seas
Women's ORT
Women I American ORT
South Seas Chapter, will hold a
< hinese and regular auction on
Feb. 5, Tuesday, at noon at the
Washington Federal Hank
Building. North Miami Heach
Admission is free. All proceeds
from the auction will be donated
to Israel
The ORT chapter also will
sponsor a Yiddish musical based
upon a Shalom Aleichem story to
Ik- performed at the South
Broward High School.
Hollywood, on Sunday. Feb. 10.
at 2 p.m. Donation for reserved
seats.
Shalvah Mizrachi
Mi/rachi Shalvah Chapter will
hold its bi monthly book review
on Feb. 2. at 8:30 p.m. at the
home of Dr and Mrs. Norman
Ditchek. 3720 Chase Ave Miami
Beach
Aliyah Chapter of Hadassah is
Having us monthly meeting on
Feb. 12. at Kings Creek Village
Community Center at 7:45 p.m.
\ workshop on "The Jewish
Woman in Transition'' will be
Conducted by Hope Wine, a
psychologist who lived at the
H.s/, Hah Kibbut/ during the
Yom Kippur War. All members
and guests are invited
Aliyah Chapter of Hadassah
announces its spring luncheon on
Feb. 14. at 11 a.m. at King's Bay
Yacht and Country Club The
theme is the lx>ok of Love" and
will feature a fashion show by
Fxit IV Shops.
All the proceeds will benefit
the Hadassah Medical
Organization and Hadassah
Israel Education Services. The
CD-chairwomen are Barbara
Chotiner and Lynn Shapiro The
president is Daphne \\ einer
Menorah Hadassah
The Menorah chapter of
Hadassah will celebrate its
aiirui.il Youth Day Pledge lun-
Cheon at Temple Zamora, Coral
Gables, on Feb i
Hadassah region fund raising
coordinator Judy Schild will
speak, and Rabbi and Mrs
Stanley Gerstein of Beth David
Congregation will present a
musical program
On Feb. 18 the Aviva. Kin-
neret Torah and Chaim Wet/man
chapters will join Menorah
chapter of Hadassah in hosting
an evening meeting at x p.m. at
Temple Israel Kendall. when
Mrs Buddy (ioldzimer from the
national board of Hadassah will
speak
Ohr Hachaim Services

Moadofl Ivn. Hebrew cultural
ip, will hold its next meeting
Tuesday, Feb 6, at 1 30p.m
the Miami Library. 2100
\\e Miami Beach
i st speaker will in- Prof
Is Shamir. University of
Mr and Mrs Craig Sherman
will review the book. The World
\ ording ta Oarp, by John
lr\ ing.
Beth David Men's Club
The Men's Club of Beth David
ition has announced
\brell will be the lecture
discussion leader at its
is( on Sundaj morning,
at 9 a m at 7900 SW
Si Miami
l is the executive director
I 'hut intervieweroi Montage
also director of public affairs
annel TV
His theme will be, The
State <>f Television and
Its Impact on Fducation
The presentation will be
Hillel School
Auction Set
I Ik- ninth annual auction of the
Samuel Scheck Hillel Community
Baj School will be held at the
^hooFs Friedman-Uhlar
Auditorium on Sunday evening.
' 10. at 7 p.m.
Harold Cobb. auctioneer, will
for the ninth consecutive year
onduct the auction with all
proceeds to benefit the school
scholarship fund
Chairperson Mrs. Shlomo Ziv
and her committee have solicited
hundreds of items from mer
'hant.s in Dade and Broward
"untiee.
Hanna Senesch
Hadassah
The regular monthly luncheon
"ng of the Hannah Senesch
chapter of Hadassah will be held
n Monday. Feb. 4. noon, at the
Itelano Hotel. Miami Beech.
Mario, Israeli singer-guitarist,
will entertain.
Miami His subject will be
Symbolism in the Modern
Israeli Hebrew Novel
Moadon Ivri meets regularly
eanchhmon,hanThh,rd \rdi" Kinneret Hadassah
eat n month I he public is in-
vited The Kinneret chapter of
Hadassah will hold a general
meeting at Temple Samu-EI on
I ueeday Feb 12, at 12 30 p m
There will be a film on youth
aliyah activities, "Growing up in
Israel
proceeded bj
and a !>.ik> '<
served l>\ the
a schacharil seo ice
and lox breekfasl
Men sClub
Rabbi Tsvi G. Schur. founder
of Congregation Ohr Hachaim.
Miami Beach, presently director
of the Jewish Community
Chaplaincy of Milwaukee.
Wisconsin, will be the guest
speaker at services this weekend.
His topic will be "Judaism in
Crisis?'
Rabbi Schur founded the
Temple
Samu-EI
Services
Members of the Temple Samu-
Kl Men's Club will be honored
Friday night. Feb. 1. at Temple
Samu-El's Sabbath services.
The services will be conducted
b) the Men's Club, under the
direction of Jack Miller, marking
the observance of Men 8 Club
Shabbat.
President of the Men's Club is
Phil Schutzer
Services begin at 8:15 p.m. at
the synagogue, located on the
second flr ol the Capital Bank
Building. 8900 SW 107 \ve \n
Oneg Shabbat will follow
Sabbath morning services
begin ai 9 a m
congregation in 1977 together
with Abraham Resnick and Dov
Dunaevaky The synagogue's
name is dedicated to the memory
cit Reenick's parents.
Rabbi Schur is the youngest
chaplaincy director of a Jewish
community, and is presently
writing his first book to be en-
titled, ludaism and Life'I ('risis
Ner Tamid
Men's Club
On Sunday morning. Feb. 3. at
9 30 a.m. in the Sklar
Auditorium of Temple Ner
Tamid. the Men's Club of the
temple will hold its monthly
breakfast meeting.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
Stephen \ fiorwitz, vice
chairman of the department of
dermatology of Ml Sinai Medical
Tenter All men's club members
are in\ ited.
Rabbi Shapiro
On Television
Rabbi Norman Shapiro of
Temple /.ion will appear on the
Jewish Worship Hour on
Sunday morning. a m Channel
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the Jewish national fund
Annual tRafcitional
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Pres. So Region
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Forum Speakers Named at Beth Torah Pioneer Women
Beth Torah, continuing with
its forum on the topic. "Looking
to the 80s." announces that a
local psychiatrist. Dr. Klaine
Needell. and Mayor Arthur
Snyder of North Miami Beach
will speak on Feb. 1 and 8.
respect ivel>
Dr. Klaine Needell. a clinical
associate professor of psychiatry
at the University of Miami
School of Medicine and
psychiatrist in private practice in
North Miami, will lecture on Feb.
1. at services beginning at 8 p.m.
on the subject, "The Future of
the Jewish Family as We Once
Knew It."
Mayor Snyder. a former judge
in North Miami Beach and a past
president of Beth Torah
Congregation, will discuss.
"Changes in Local Government
in the 1980s." on Fridav night.
Feb. 8
Discussion will follow their
lecture*.
Rebbetzin Jungreis to Visit Miami Area
Rebbetzin Ksther Jungreis.
leader and founder of Hineni. will
speak at the Saxony Hotel.
Miami Beach at 8 p.m.. Satur-
day. Feb. 2.
Mrs. Jungreis founded Hineni.
an international movement, in
1973, to inspire Jewish youth to
return to their roots and to their
heritage.
The Rebbetzin travels around
in a van that has been customized
to depict the panorama of Jewish
history from the revelation at Mt
Sinai to the return of the Jewish
people to Jerusalem.
The "heritage center on
wheels" is equipped with audio-
visual aids, a library, con-
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223.
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
its regular meeting on Wed-
nesday. Feb. 6. at 8 p.m. at the
Senior Citizens Room of West
Miami Town Hall. West Miami.
Auxiliary president Tanya
Levine will preside at the
meeting, and announces that first
nominations of officers for 1980-
1981 will be on the agenda for the
evening Also on the program will
be the presentation of 5, 10.15. 20
and 25 year membership pins by
membership chairman Thelma
Pollock and the obligation of new
members. Refreshment hostess
will be Shirley Achtman. in honor
of her daugheter's marriage.
The monthly board meeting of
the Auxiliary will be held on
Wednesday. Feb. 20. at the home
of Anne Wenig. and will be
chaired by senior vice president.
Ruth Burman
Country Fair Sunday
Entertainment, home baked
goods, a petting zoo. children's
games, flea market, plant sale,
refreshments and other at
tractions will be at the South
Dade JCC Country Fair. Sunday.
Feb 3, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. on the
grounds of the Center.
Some of the highlights of the
days entertainment will be
Distant Shores, popular in-
ternational group of singers and
dancers, including a belly dancer
who will go on between 1 and 2
p.m and also the University ol
Miami Choral group "The
Hurricanes
The proceeds earned from this
event will be used toward the
purchase of a bus for the senior
adults transportation to the
Center For some, being able to
come to the Center makes the
difference between an isolated,
lonely existence and an active
and vital social life.
There is no admission fee t<> the
grounds ol the Country Fair
Women Schedule Benefit
The North Dade Broward
chapter of the National
Children 8 Cardiac Hospital will
hold its Annual "Queen of
Hearts Luncheon on Feb. 2, at
noon in the Sabra Room of the
Konover Hotel. Miami Beach.
The North Dade Broward
chapter is one of three local
chapters ol women who sponsor
activities and support the
I niversit) ol Miami Hospitals
and Clinics NCCH
President ol the chapter Mrs
Stanle) iBebel Drillick expects
more than 200 to attend the
luncheon which will include the
show Latin Extravaganza
1- unds go to children's dial) sis
and cardiology cent. r~
siilt.it ion center, and a drop stage
with its own self-contained
amplification system with the
capacity to reach a thousand
listeners.
Mrs Jungreis will visit schools
and "cult" centers in the Miami
area, in an effort to reach young
Jews.
Yivo Forum to
Present Scholar
The Yivo Forum of Greater
Miami will present Jewish
scholar Dr. Heshel Klepfish of
Panama at its Wednesday forum
on Feb. 6 at 8 p.m at Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach.
Dr Klepfish is a leading
authority on the Sephardic era in
Jewish history He is the founder
and director of the Dr Kinstein
Institute in Panama. where
hundreds of children receive their
education
His topic will be "Don laaai
Aborbanelle an Epilogue to
I >rama
Workshop For
Job Hunters
The 'lew ish ('onununit) < enter
and the Jewish \ ocation.il Center
will jointly sponsor a one-da)
workshop Monday, Feb t. 1 to
I p.m in aid job seekers who
.ire new to the community,
returning to the job market, or
uist frustrated with job hunting
Participants ol the program
will have an oppeortunit) to
share their ideas and experiences
with peers and ,i communit) job
placement counselor form the
l\ S
f*Opi< s will include job trends
where the jobs are. resume
writing, applications, answering
an ad, mastering the job inn
Mew. following up the interview,
and job alter:...: .
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Schedule Meetings
Pioneer Women's annual
spring membership campaign has
been extended through the
middle of February "because of
the unprecedented need for
support of the welfare.
educational, medical and cultural
installations of Pioneer Women
and Na'amat in Israel.'' Council
president Harriet Green said this
week
With some 25 clubs and
chapters of the Pioneer Council of
South Florida in Dade and
Broward County seeking to
secure more than 500 new
members in the current drive,
each units meeting will devote at
least part of its program to
membership activities. Mrs
Green said
A Valentine luncheon and card
party will be on tap for the liana
Chapter of Pioneer Women on
Thursday. Feb 14. at noon in
Winston Towers 500
Lillian Hoffman, president of
the liana chapter and past
president of the Philadelphia
Council of Pioneer Women, said
the affair is open to the general
public
Harriet Green, president of the
South Honda Council of Piooaai
Women and the organizations
national building fund chairman,
will lie guest speaker at the
Monday, Feb I. meeting of the
F.ilat chapter ol Pionaer Woman
The 1 p in session will Im- held in
the ci\ ic auditorium ol
Washington Savings and l-an
\ss,Kiation. 1214 Washington
\\e Miami Heach.
Mrs. Green will give her im-
pressions of Israel and will report
on her visits to the various in-
stallations of Na'amat. the sister
organization of Pioneer Women
in Israel Mrs. Green headed a
large delegation of South
Flondians to the Zionist state for
the 26th biennial convention of
Pioneer Women__
l^eah Benson, former national
vice president of Pioneer Women,
will address the Beba Idelson
chapter of Pioneer Women on
Wednesday. Feb. 13. at noon in
the civic auditorium of
Washington Savings and Loan
Association, Miami Beach. Mrs.
Benson will speak on Na'amat
and Tu B'Shevat. the festival of
the New Year of Trees, celebrated
with tree planting, the eating of
fresh fruits and the singing of
psalms.
A new film on Israel will
highlight the Tuesday. Feb 5.
meeting of the Hi Riw Tikvah
club of Pioneer Women The> will
meet at noon in the card room of
Forte Towers. 1800 Waal Ave .
Miami Beach.
Temple Menorah
Sisterhood
[ample Menorah Sisterhood
will sponsor a three-da) bus tour
to Diana) World Fab II. 12, and
l I
Rose Banner and Pauline
Kaplan have further information
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and Dance Go Carts Trips by Canoe
Rock Climbing Basketball Soccer Softball
Hockey Zoological & Science Program
All Dietary Laws Observed Shabbat Services
Medical Staff Available at All Times
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Bar
Mitzvah
lS?*!f>!*X^*l*lv*I%&lVaV"asi
5"--"''!
PERRY A PINTZOW
Wry Andrew Pintzow, son of
land Mrs. William Pintzow.
|be called to the Torah as Bar
t\ah Saturday. Feb. 2. at
lam at Beth David
ZTetjatton.
He celebrant is a student at
i David tie attends Palmetto
or High where he is in the
nth grade, and plays on the
dI's tennis team.
and Mrs. William Pintzow
[hn-i the Kiddush following
Services in honor of the oc-
jn and a reception Feb. 2 at
David.
I.imt n Hfhar
JAMES BEHAR
James Ham Hehar, son of Mr.
and Mrs Alberto Behar, will
become a Mar Mitzvah at Temple
Menorah. Saturday morning.
Feb. 2. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
will officiate.
James is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
School and he enjoys playing the
guitar.
Mr and Mrs Kehar will host a
kiddush following services as well
as a reception and dinner
Saturday evening at Temple
Menorah
i r 41 on Miami Beach gathered for their
in \ight for /-r,j,, on behalf of the State o\ Israel Bonds
/.'. ;>. '..'. .'.' /<". rgi the Israel
\ : '! u ind Host '
hi to Jewish philanthropy and
i i
Helpful Lectures
At Mount Sinai
^tonsured bj lh Dade-Monroe
ll li m I \ini~. \n
hing will be
;'H nt ilis, ivsmn at Mounl
Medical renter s next Lung
t lul> meet ing on Mondaj
Bl I 10 '. m in the
Ml s \\ olfaon \uditorium,
lieach
'.it ( .imp.iv ,, phj si. a'.
ii Mount Sinai who
in pulmonnrj
on. will be the guest
r
Lung People Club holds
nnthl) meetings ai Mount
Medical Canter and i- <>>
,1 1-V I'
Lung Vssooation
M-.,i I he rrMlr--ion.il
Association for Childbirth
I iim.it ion offers .i prepared
childbirth course
lli.- seven week '"ursc for
expei t.mi ouples meets one. .i
week lot two hour- and i- taught
bj speciall) trained registered
nurses
Id.' next session iitTd .h
Mount Sinai Medical Center
begins on rhursday, Feb 7. al -
P in
Nuremberg Trials Lecture
13" \ l 19th St on Sunda)
morning Fab 3, at 10 a.m.
Wartenberg, who participated
in ih.' Nuremberg Trials, will deal
with the mass murders and the
documentary evidence as well as
the (rial its.lt
l<"ii Wartanberg, one ot the
lioi interrogators of the office
' iel nt counsel for warrnmrs.
ilis,us- From Main Var to
1 '"': .it the Sunda)
J Greenfield Lecture ;it
r rle Israel ol Greater Miami.
Family Day Camp
rhe South Dade Jewish
""minus Center has an
""""'I thai the .Hi Pamilj
,v Camp originall) slated to
'' 'in > bas been postponed
Knowledge ot Hoorew
abet both handwritten and
ted a must 'or par'
i Hebre* type to ''
1065 E 28th St'. "ari
i j I-'; 13 P'
until Feb n
i, South Dade JCC KamUj
Da, i..mp will be held at the
South Dade branch for four
consecutive Sundays
[here will be MP*rat* "
uvitiesfoi adults foi thechUdren
| combined activities tor
entire family The par.
Will Lam n
hoveth.
|>l
children an
American Mizrachi Women
Sky lake Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will hold its
regular meeting on Monday. Peb
4. at 12:30 p.m. at Temple Adath
l.shurun Youth Chapel. North
Miami Meach. Ameri-First
Savings and Ix>an Association is
sponsoring a program with Herb
Aronaon and his wife Annabelle
entertaining. Friends invited
Refreahments.
Miami Meach Chapter of
American Mizrachi Women arc
Group Counseling Program
The Jewish Vocational Service
IJVSI is offering a group
counseling program for people
considering career alternatives.
The four session program will
be offered at the Michael Ann
Kussell Jewish Community
Center on Wednesday evenings.
Jan. 30. Feb. 6. 13 and 20 from
7:30 to 8:45 p.m.
Participants will be able to
identify the work for which they
are best suited and clarify their
career goals. Groups will share
common problems and concerns,
providing members with mutual
support.
Vocational interest testing and
interpretation, as well as career
xploration exercises, will be
Rep. Silver
To Speak
The Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center senior
adult department will present
State Representative Iton Silver
a- gueal tpeakei at coffee on
Sunday. Feb 10, from 10 a m t<>
noon.
Representative Silver will
discuss condo i onversion in Dade
County This is an issue of im-
portance to renters and COndo
owners alike
The discussion *ill be held in
the Kat/ Auditorium at the
(enter. North Miami Roach
Cantor Stern at
Kneseth Israel
i untoi Mosl n ill return
to Miami Beach to appear at
S ibbal h services al Km set h
I srael 'did
\\, r'rid il 15 p.m..
and at
.i m
In addil ii
el h I-- ii
m ill present i 'an
lui Stern in
.it Sunday,
I rli 10, at p m
Cantoi Stern,
:, i }\ a antor
with I e m p I e
Met h-El ol
Morn Park Stt r"
\ \ was also associated with
ih. Centra] Orthodox Syna-
gogue. Johannesburg, South
\lm.i. the Religious Centre
llechal Shlomo, Jerusalem, and
the (M.at Synagogue in R'cho
\ ol. Israel
_j_ .....
included in this valuable
program
(iroupsare limited
K
Ca
Candlelighting
Time
'.44
having a Tu B'Shevat luncheon
on Tuesday. Feb. 12. at noon at
Washington Federal Bank.
Washington Ave. and 12th
Street Games and cards. Bring
friendfl Mr- Rachel Katl
presiding
Dvorah Chapter of American
Mi/.rachi Women is having a
bazaar on Monday. Feb 26, at
the Honey Plaza social hall 10
am to :) p.m. Neighbors and
friends in Honey Plaza welcome
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Beshalah
BFSHALAH When the Israelites left Egypt, Pharaoh
changed his mind and pursued them with his armies. The
Children of Israel were frightened, but Moses said: "Do not be
afraid God will fight for you
And Moses stretched hi- hand out over the Red Sea. as the
Lord had instructed him The waters parted and God provided a
path, and the waters formed a wall on each side
Pharaoh tried to follow the Israelites, but the waters
returned and drowned all the Egyptians That day did Moses
,iiul the Israelites sing B song of praise to God. saying:
I will smu to God
He i- my strength
For He has -a\ When the Israelites had journeyed a while into the desert.
and .ill t heir food was gone, they grew frightened again.
Ha\ you brought us here to die ol hunger and of thirst'
they a-keil Moses and Aaron
Vgain the l.or.l heard their complaint and He said to
Moses Tell the Israelites that I will send food from heaven and
a.iti i from t he rocks, they will have plenty to eat and to drink
The Children of Israel called this fcx>d manna, and they ate
il and were strengthened (Exodus 13 I7&17 161
(The recounting ol the Weekly Port.on of the Law If extracted and based
upon The Graphic History ol the Jewish Heritage.' edited by P Wollman
Tsamir. its. published by Shengold The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane. New York, N Y 10031 Joseph Schlang is president ol the society
distributing the volume )
Synagogue Listings
TEMPLE BETH AM
South Miami 7 5587
Dr Herbert
Baumgard
Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chetiti. Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Alexander Schmdler
p-. sident ol Union ot
American Hebrew Congregations
guest speaker
Friday at a 30 p m
Torah Serv.ee Saturday It 15am
BETH DAVID
Miami s Historic
Ic jnservative Congregation
Dr Sol Landau Stanley R Gerstem
Rabbi Assistant Rabbi
HaiianWm W Lipson
CORAL WAY 262SSWlrdAve
Phone 1*4-1*11 Daily Services
Morning and E venmg
Coral Way Mam Sancluary
Saturday morning a m
Beth David
South Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St
Late Shabbat E venmg Services
Friday Night lp m
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
i*4J Jefferson Ave Miami Beach |
Dr Ephra.m F Mandelcorn Rabbi
Saul H Breeh Cantor
Late Fnday Services 8 p m
Guest speaker Dr Leonard Hat).-'
Saturday morning services 8 30 a m
Daily 88)1. ; .-s 8 a m and 5 10 p rr
EMPLE BE'H SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at -Jlst Si
Or LeonKronish Slt-7131 Libera
Cantor David Conviser
Friday 8 'S P m
Rabbi Harry Jolt *iii speak on
What Does Judaism Hav
to Say to Dictators9
Saturday services '0 J5 a rr
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional IS8 6334
HOl SW 12th Ave
Rabbi Man Shapiro Cantor Leon Sega
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Mmyon for Yahneiten
Daily 7 *i a m I 5 30 p m
Late Friday E venmg Service, I 15pm
EMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
538 2503
Conservative
Dr Irving Lehrman Rabbi
Zvi Adler Cantor
Friday evening service 8 30 p m
Rabbi Maxwell Berger
will preach on
Is There Nothing
You Can Do'
Saturday morning service a m
TEMPLE ZION
Conservative
00 Miller Drive
Phone 271 2311
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayna Boulevard
Miami. Fla. 33137 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schitt.
Executive Vic* President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
' t lanir st Mm, fi ui3< 37
45S3 RaW Bogg D"cio'
Union ol Amaie*i ** Congregation
UN!TfcDSvNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
. MMfl B-
Dr Norman N Shapiro Rabbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
Avron Smolensky Musical Director
Janet Stone-Early Childhood Director
Dorothy H Grant Executive Director
Thursday. Jan. 31, 7 a m Minyan, Teit
ler Chapel Friday, Feb I, I 15 pm.,
Family Sabbath Serv.ces Dr Norman
N Shapiro will bless all children with
February birthdays. Congregational
songfesl, directed by Cantor Ben Dick
son will follow services Saturday Feb
2 9a m Tu B'S'hevat Sabbath Ser
vices. Teltler Chapel Youth Services.
Religious schools youth center, I p.m..
Mr Mrs Club, genl meeting Sunday
Feb 3. lam.. Dr Norman N Shapiro
Cantor Ben D.ckson. Avron Smolensky,
music director, Channel 10 Jewish
Hour, Sam. USY Walk a Thon, 9 am.
T*T Men s Club services, 10 am
Men's Club & Sisterhood iomt break
last, guest speaker. Dealing with
Rape 7 30 pm Theatre Guild Fid
dler rehearsal, social hall Monday.
Feb 4 7 30 pm Kad.ma. youth center
Theatre Guild 'Fiddler rehearsal 7 30
p m school board library Tuesday
Feb 5. 7 p m Judaica Sr High 8th
grade Parent s Observation 30
pm Theatre Guild social hail 8 pm
...cutivi board, library Wedi
Feb 7 30 p m cho>r youth
Bow'mg ______,
TEMPLE JUDEA
500 Granada Blvd Relorm
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
BETH TORAH 94' 752
CONGREGATION Conservafiv
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
Dr Max A Lipschiti Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Friday evening Bat Mitzvah
of Debra Pesetsky
Saturday afternoon Bar Mittvah
of Michael Roth
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade s Reform Congregation
ltSOi NE 22 Ave North Miami Beach
Florida 13 ISO Ralph P K.ngsley
Rabbi Julian I Cook. Associate Rabb
Education and Youth lrvm<
Istiulkes. Cantor. Barbara S Ramsay
idmmistrator. Sabbath Eve Services
15 p m (7 30 p m on the tirst Friday
I the month) Sabbath Morning Ser
vices, 10 10 a m
i Religious
Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of worship
Phone 576-4000
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Friday. February 1. 19
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
No. io-km: FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
CES LR \ DIAZ
Petitioner-husband.
and
JosEFADlAZ.
Respondent Wife
YOr. JOSEF A DIAZ. 379
Hooper Street. Brooklyn N V
11211. are required to file your
answer to the petition for dls
solution of marriage with the
Clerk of the above Court and
serve a ropy thereof upon the
petitioner's attorney Herman
Cohen Baa (33 sw ist street
Miami, Phi. 33130 on or before
March 7. 1980. or else petition
will be confessed
Hated January 23rd 1980
Rl< hard I' Bnnker.
Clerk, Circuit Court
B) M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
0844* Feb 1 15.22. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO )0M FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N i.: ft Of
NORRODRIG1 I
P ICHON
a
and
JOHN I ACHON JR
pondenl Husl and
TO J j r
I n known
YOI IRE HEREBY N
FIED thai an a. turn for
I ilssolutlon oi Mai ...
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Miami H. I F I da 13139
Attorney for Petitioner
OMS Feb 1 I, 15. 22 I9M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0 1131 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
M.FP.EDBEI.linf ik
and
PH11.UMENABEU.INE
TO 1'HII.OMENA BEI.LINE
14 Pine brook Koad
Lincoln Park N J 07035
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for Ins
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on
ALBERT WILENSKY. at
tornev tor Petitioner, whose
address Is 819 DuPont Plaxa
Center. 300 Blscayne Blvd
Way Miami. Florida 33131. and
file the Original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before March 7. 1980. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
1SHFLOR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 24 day of
January. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
I>adaCounty Florida
ByM J Hartnett
A Deputy Clerk
i On ullOburt Seal i
AI.BF.BTWII.ENSKY. P A
Attorney tor Petitioner
819 I >uPoat Plaza Center
300 Idscasne Boulevard
Way
Mian.l. Efcrlda 33131
(305
Atloniejrtor Petitioner
'MSI 3aaTeb 1. 8. 15. 22 19KO
TO ALL PERSONS HA>
IMS <>K DEM \M -
\.; \ \TE \NT
OTHER PERSON8 N
TERE8TED IN BAID
\I"E
Y( II IRE HI REBY N
PIED THAI THE
ition of the Estate of
m w KRAMER deceaeed
late ol Daile County Florida.
I ommenced in the cap
tioned proceedings
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
PIED AND RETIRED to file
aims and demands which
may have against the
Estate and to file any challenge
10 the validity of the l-ast Will
and Testament offered for
probate if any. or any ohjc,
tion to the qualifications of the
Personal Representative.
venue <*r jurisdiction of the
Court with the Court. Dads
Counts Courthouse, 73 Waal
Flagler Street Miami Florida
WITHIN THREE
Ml IN Ills PROM THE DATE
OK THE FIRST PUBLI
CATK IN I IP THIS N( i riCE OR
VOI R RIGHT TO DO SO WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED
Plrsl publication of this
Soli. c on the 1st da> of
February IBM
ill :.i- \ KRAMER
ai i 'ersonal R live
910 Wesl tvenue
Fla 33139
iRNE* FOR PERSON il
REPRESENTATIVE
\i: nil l! D PRISHM N

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1844* Feb :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No SO 11S8
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
HECTOR ORTEG \

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IN ANOFOR
NTY, FLORIDA
73 Wast Flagler Street
Miami, Florida
PROBATE DIVISION: 01
PROBATE NO 90 433
IN RE ESTATE OP
MAX KRAMER
De. eased.
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 90 11 SS
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
DEBRA IE \\
WOODGORDON
Petitioner
\ i
keith STE\ \N GORDON
Respondent
TO KEITH STEVAN
' ;i iri ii in
SMI Waal la-wis
Phoenix Arizona
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an artion for DISSOLUTION
i IF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. If
an), to it on DANIEL
GA1XUP, plaintiffs attorney,
whose address Is 23S5 Salzedo
Street Coral Gables. Florida
33134. on or before March 7.
1980. and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on plaintiff's
attorney or immediately there-
after, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
. (this court on January 25
1980
Richard V Bnnker
Clerk of the Court
by Oarlnda Brown
As Ix-putv Clerk
0MU Feb 1.8 15.22 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. SO 1144 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE
WHEELER A MARTIN. Jr .
Petitioner,
and FRANCES LOPEZ
MARTIN.
I spondent
TO FRANCES LOPEZ
MARTIN
io Ego Drive
Virginia Beach.
Elonda 23454
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnage has
baen filed against you and you
i sq llred nerve a CO)
.1 i hi HYMAN p OALBI 1
attorney (or Petitioner whose
address is 999 Washington
yvenue Miami Beach Fl
I and tiii with
the i lark of Uii I
on oi before Februai
la fault w ill
ilnsl you I
rellel da manded In Ihe
plaint
This notice siiaii be publl
,,!,, i sai 1 w .-i-k (or foul
. ... ekl in THE JEW
ISHf LORU US
u i rNK'ss m> hand and the
of said court at Miami
Florida on this 24th da> ol
January, 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk, Clix till court
DadeCounty Florida
B) C P dpi'land
\- Deputy Clerk
1 circuit Court Seal 1
iiyman r >; m.bit Esquire
G MHI I 0 MHI T
ft MENIN I \
999 Waahinfti in v- snue
Miami Beach Fl. 3.1139
tnes (or Petitioner
Pel IMO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0 ll?5 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN ; t
Ml RATB \> HI S
Petition utd
\. iNI- S BASTIEN
W li
ESB \STIKN

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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 74 12244
MFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
R LMOI SE P ISCAI
RICHEMONI '
Petit! nei
and
EXTRA IOSEPH
RICHEMONI 1
Respondent
PO EXTRA JO8EPH
RICHEMOND
lam unknown
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
HIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnage has
been filed against you and you
Arr required to serve a copy of
your wntten defenses. If any. to
it on BENNETT D FULTZ.
ESy attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is 619 SW 12th
Avenue, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before March 7. 1980. other
w ise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once eaa-h week for four (on
seCUtlve weeks In THE JEW
ISH FLORID L\N
WITNESS my hand anil the
Ol said ourt at Miami
Elonda on this M day of
January. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Elonda
Bj v Barkley
As Deputy Clark
Cln Ull Court Seal i
i Feb l v 15.22.1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
mm ICE is HEREBY
|\ h\ that the undersi,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
ian g MAGICAL m-xncfaC
Tl RING at 1071 East 28th
Btreet, Hialeah Florida 33013
mteniLs to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
' .unlv Florida
JAN LAZEROPF
BOLE OWNER
Law (
AIN8LEE R.PI RJ HE
(or Applu ant
717 1 8lvd
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 111? FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
GLADYS OUAR1N Mi
CHBOLD
Petlttonei
and
SHERIDAN ARCHBOLD,
Respondent
It) SHERIDAN ARCHBOLD
Carrcr aSO N
Barranqulll Colombia
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution ol your Marriage
has bean died and i ommem ed
in this court and ) oti are
required I """
v> i Itten defenaes if .my I
Kog< lio y del PUB El
el tome) foi Petltlonei
1401 \N. I-
Miami Florida 33130
and I Ihi ngiii.i, with Ihe
. .
,.n ..i befon Mai I
I u Ix
prayi I for In tin
[Hami oi petition
This not ici
',ir ion
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NOT ICE OF AC I IUN
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF F LORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 11 ? FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE


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ILBER1 : CARRI
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na 7th Street M
and fill
, all the lerk .if the
tyled
Marcl I IMO othe I
ill a ill In- .. ajnsl
e relief di
i i pel '
Thi^ni.iKi shallbepubli
week for four
.i.i.i weeks in THE
IE WISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> hai I
-aid court at Miami
Florida on thi- .' da) of
ian IMO
KicilARDP BRINKER
\- ('lei k <'ii. ui! Court
I lade < ounty Fluriila
Bj Clannda Brown
\ I >eputy Clerk
1 ot Court Seal i
Albert I. Carrtcarte Baq
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Elonda 33125
110t i MO 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
1X457 Feb 1.8, 10.22. 1900
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
C sir No 0-1411 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
EDMARDE SMITH
\ I
GLORIA VICTORIA
SMITH
TO GLORIA Victoria
I1TH
PO HoxF 344
Pre sport, Crand
Bahama Islands
Italia mas
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
u ... i.i.ii lor D18SOLI TION
I MARRIAGE has been filed
agalOBl you and you are
recoil ed to s#-ry a 0D1 written answer and defenses, if
I" It on DAN IF I.
GALLI P plaintiff's attomei
address is MM Salzedo
Street Coral Onblea Florida
on ui before March 7
and die Hie original with
the clerk of this court either
re service on plaintiffs
attorney or Immediately there
Otherwise a default will
i entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
.lion
WITNESS m> hand and the
' this .irt on Jan tn
Rli hard P Brtl -
rk oi the Court
As I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 1121 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE I '
II IS M ALA YON
Husband
ami
OTILI \ noa ALA TON
Wife
TO otilia Noa Al.cy in
Ban Fernando de
Camarones
Pipe Mann V
Las \ lllas Cuba
YOI U'.F HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action (or
Dissolution oi Marriage has
, ,*( you and yoti
are required to servi 1
.. rltten defenae
11 on M.HFK1 I CARRI
C \r. if. P \ attorne) 'or
Petltlonei whosi addre
N'\S Ith -..' Miami
Florida 1 file the

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a eel in IT IF
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERT V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 I4S3 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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. ihe '. ef prayed for in
.mplaint or petition
Tins not 11 shall he published
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1 in THE il- v\
ISHFI.OKIDIAS Ml \M
m 1 ni- my hand and Ike
1 said Court at Miami.
Florida on 11 :..\ of
January 19*0
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-- Clerk I 'in oil I 'ourt
1 >ade Count) Elonda
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
l*47l Fed 1 (1. IS. 22. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 90-1410 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
BRADM MAIIANh s
Hol.l.Y STOKES
MAHANES
it Hol.l.Y STOKES
MAHANES
2064 Drew \ alley
Road ne
Atlanta
1 osugia 30319
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
1 il- M ARR I ACE has been filed
againal you and you are
your
w rltten answer and defenaes if
si to n n DANIEI QAL
LUP plain) if( 1 ai 101
w hose addn s~ \g j .-
Streel Coral 11 il
on or li.loi s II ] win and
file the original with the 1 lerk
of this court atthei before
service ., plaintiff attorney
< Immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will be
' you for the
I in the eon
plaint or petition
WITNESS in) hand and the
' 'Hi January 30

lurt
and
As I leput) 1'!.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 7t l*04
FAMILY DIVISION
M
MIL MiRl P MJTOR X
! utlom 1 Wlf<
and
KPRAIN DEI OADO
pondenl Husband
Ni ITICE BY PI plication
tnl EFRAIN DELOADO
1 nknow n are

\ .,..!o ihe Petition
Dissolution of Mai
1 ,,.u. upon w Ife -
CEORGE NICHO
i \- KSQI IRE. Ill NW 12th
Florida S31M
and fill ll with '.he I
Marcl
,-4 the Petition
. on
. da) ol
ird V Bi nkei clerk
IK y Bai
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 HOI FC
ACTION TOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE MTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
C jyi No 10 141] FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
FAMILY DIVISION
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New York. N Y UMH
YOI ARE Norn- I ED that
; 1IS8I H 1 in in
"I- MARRIAGE has been filed
t ^ on and you are
reai en of your
written answei and defenaes i(
any to il ,41 DANIEL QAI
LI P plaintiff s attorney.
!..-. ...klress Is 2340 Salsedo
Cral tables.
Florida D134 on or before
March 7 laao. and file the
ongiiia, with the clerk of this
"mi elthel before service on
plalnufl s attorney or im
madlatel) thereafter other
i-. .. default will be entered
against you for the relief
  • 1- 1 lion
    WITNESS my hand and the
    t this 1 ourt mi Jan so.
    I HO
    Hi. haul P llrlnker Clerk
    rrkof the Court
    h> M I Hartnett
    Depul} cirrk
    - Feb 1 k 15. 22 IMO
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    OtVEN thai the undersijiied.
    In buslnesa
    on.lei ihe fi. ntious names
    Cumberland Discount Drugs
    a k 1 land Discount
    a k a Cu 1 Druaa. at
    Rd Miami Beach.
    Fla Mlta intends to register
    said nan in the ("lerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade
    ida
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    1119
    -


    Fublic Notices
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    AOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    Flit No. 78 *108
    HI ESTATE OF
    H.ibiTl Mannlx
    Robert Mannlx,
    Mm hael K Mannlx
    - .sed
    NOTICE or
    ADMINISTRATION
    MA. PERSONS HAVING
    MMS OR DEMANDS
    UNST TDK ABOVE
    I \TK AND AU, OTHER
    H.SONS INTERESTED IN
    li ESTATE
    MlK HEREBY NOT!
    I that liM administration
    itata 'if M Robert
    v d.....--I I.It'' Of I '..'I'
    i h lori'Li Pita N umher
    pending in tl:-
    Court in and for Dadi
    Florida Probate
    iddres < which
    unt)
    hft/i I
    Mian I PldJ 131 SO
    1 Mannlx
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    nal
    l>!- lentaUt
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    ADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 10-47*
    Divisional
    IT ATE OP
    Ml KLGERTNER
    .I
    NOTICE OP
    ADMINISTRATION
    Ml PERSONS HA VINO.
    'MS OR DEMANDS
    JAIN8T THE ABOVE
    ND ALL OTHKK
    l--1 'NS IN IE RESTED IN
    EESTATE
    SOU auk HEREBY NOT!
    ED that the administration
    the estate of B AMD EL
    ERTNER deceased Pita
    pmbei MMTB, Is pending In
    Circuit Court for Dade
    inly. Florida Probate
    Ivialon, the addrraa of which
    n West Flagler Street
    ami. Florida 33130 The
    rsonal representative of the
    KDITH R UERT
    IIAllllr III IMP- lllllellJIIHV snail
    be stated If the claim la
    secured the aecurlty shall be
    described The claimant shall
    deliver sufficient copies of the
    claim to the clerk to enable the
    I lerk to mail one ropy to each
    personal representuti w
    All persons interested in the
    eaUle to whom a copy of this
    Notice of Administration has
    been mailed are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OP 1 HI
    FIRST PUBLICATION OP
    THIS NOTICE U) file any ob
    j.-. 11,his they may have that
    . haltangei the validity of the
    i. dent will ihe qualifli
    turns n( the personal represen
    tatlve nt lite venue or
    In tioriol the ourt
    M.I. CLAIMS DEM NDS
    VNli OBJECTIONS mm
    FILED wii.i BE POREVE R
    n IRRED
    Dale -I the fli | ; il atlon
    ' III of
    'dmini i eb | 1980
    EDITH R Of RTNER
    v i preaentatlve

    UN El FOR II R8I1NAI
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    wan
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    .-.
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    iNO PROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No 19 31903
    Complaint For Damaqes
    FRAN iNc i and

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    M Mil \ iNl l
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    n FARM I
    H COMPANY
    iN M.I1 Wi IRSTER
    1 il MHr III REBY "
    FIEI thai i plainl

    written
    ii .
    .....OMAN
    Mtumi
    . '.
    reek for I .
    n nil
    .
    IrT M
    la)
    IARDI
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    ...
    JJale
    lElt nhnse address la 2325
    lagnolia Drive. North Miami
    Torlda 33181 The name and
    Idress of the peraonal
    preservative's attorney are
    (l forth below
    All persons having claims or
    -rmands against the estate are
    uiured. WITHIN THREE
    pNTHa FROM THE DATE
    H1JJS EIRST PUBUCA
    ['ON OF THIS NOTICE to file
    'il'i the clerk of the above
    ourt a written statement Of
    any claim or demand they may
    Each ,-lalm musl be ,n
    IuritmK na mu |d|ra lhl.
    pasu (,,, ,,. laim. lhe nam,
    I ana address of the creditor or
    Ifjenl or attorney, and the
    amount claimed If the claim Is
    "l yet due. the date when It
    [v.111 become due shall tie
    1 If the claim is oon
    tlgenl or unliquidated, the
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO 00 443
    DIVISION 01
    IN Rr ESTATI
    a MtD i K \.-i \l:
    i >i, i
    NOTICE >!-
    IDMINIS it: \ in >N
    in MJ PI RSONS li \\ IN.;
    CL MMS OR DEM \NDS
    MJ \INS r s \||| ESTA It vni '
    OTHER PERSONS IN
    rERESTED IN
    \ rE
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIEIi that the administration
    ..I the Estate .if EDW Mil' J
    KASPAR deceased late ol
    i lade Count) Florida has
    comment ed in the caption*-.!
    I'.'o. .ding
    YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
    EIED AND REQUIRED to file
    any claims and demands which
    you may have against the
    Estate and to file any challenge
    to the validity of the 1-ast Will
    and Testament offered for
    probate, if any. or any objec
    Uon In the qualifications of the
    Persunal Representative.
    venue or jurisdiction of the
    Court, with the Court. Dade
    County Courthouse. 73 West
    Flagler Street Miami. Florida
    33130 WITHIN THREE
    MONTHS FROM THE DATE
    OP THE EIRST IUBLI
    CATION OP THIS NOTICE OR
    YOI KRIUHTTODOSO WILL
    ME FOREVER MARRED
    ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
    AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL ME FOREVER
    MARRED
    First publication of this
    Notice on the 1st day of
    February. 1KH0
    MARIE KASPAR
    As Personal Representative
    of the Estate of
    EDWARD J KASPAR
    i lacaaaed
    Apt 2* 01" Ocean Drive
    Miami Reach Florida 33139
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATDE
    IIYMAN I' ti M.HI T
    OALBUT, CAI.MIT*
    MEN1N P A
    awv Washington Avenue
    Miami Beat h Florida 33139
    Telephone US4TS-S100
    mill Feb I I9-i
    IN THE CIRCU
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number lo u;
    Division 01
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    MMOSBAKFT
    eaaed
    NOTICE OP
    M 'MINISTRATION
    TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
    CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
    sUAINSI I HE! AMOVE
    I ITE \M> ALL OTHKK
    PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    i ill-. ^ ["ATE
    01 IRE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED tint the administration
    I the estate ol AMOS BAKST
    .i ted File Numbei 10 : i:
    tiding in the circuit Court
    ' I .int> Florida
    I'' Ion the addresa
    *hn h is 7 West I
    ' Miami Ploi
    rh* | represi tatlve ol
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    Collins
    x Miami Beai h Florida

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    demands igalnst thi tali at i
    WITHIN rHREE
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    ''F nils NOTICE to file
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    r demand
    '
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    redltot
    ind the
    .
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    Ul be

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    be itated II the i lalm la
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    hon i py ol thi.s

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    M rHi DATE OF IMF:
    OF
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE IITH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    CASE NO (0 ue
    FAMILY DIVISION
    I I'd.- Mai
    M *RI \ SMI I'll
    A f|
    \ I n-mith
    Keapondenl Husband
    NOTICE HY PI BLICATION
    YOI ERIC ALIEN SMITH
    I K \ 1929 Mfr.iude
    \ .>>. Bahama! Are hereby
    notified to serve .i cop) of youi
    tnswet to Ihe Petition For DIs
    solution M '.iki- filed
    .pun lie I i'
    torne iK NICHOLAS
    ESgt IRE II 1 N w 13th
    Mrenue Miami Florida S31M,
    and file original with the Clerk
    .'I llu- Court on or tiefore Mart h
    wo otherwise Ihe Petition
    ill t.e confessed by you
    I' \ I'EI i lhl* 25 da) ol
    lanuary i9*i
    Richard P Brtnker. Ctark
    ll> i i.u inda Brown
    I lepuUl Clerk
    nr-uil Feb I.S, IS.23, I9H0
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREMY
    OIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage In business
    under the fictitious name
    iambi Wholesale. Inc trading
    as Jeffs Tires at 17M0 NE 7th
    Court, North Miami Beach.
    Florida 33162. Intends to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County Florida
    Tully II Schemer. Owner
    0K436 Jan 25. Feb 1.8.15,19*)
    N, .ICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    notice IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    k'siring to engage In business
    undei the fictitious name
    SOI rHLAND BUSINESS
    FORMS at 35NO NW MUl Street.
    Miami Fla intend to register
    said name voth the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County
    l-'liu Ida
    i *edro M Rodrl4Tuei
    Migu.- Ping
    Relnaldo Montpelller
    | Jan ll.!8,>B,
    Fell I 1>*1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 0)
    DIVISION M S3*
    IN RE ESTATE OF
    HELEN OERSTENPELD
    l lei eased
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    Mi ALL PERSONS HAVINi;
    claims oi< DEMANDS
    AGAINST SAID estate: and
    OTHER PERSONS IN
    TERESTED ,N said
    YOU ARE HEREMY NOTI
    MED that the administration
    "' the Estate of HELI N
    '.! RSTENPELD i, ,
    ' if I lade i ''unity Florida
    has commenced in the cap
    , i"i ceding
    Vol w;r; HEREMY Noll
    FIED AND KFUI 11'FH to file
    ..urn-, and demand! hn li
    ' lav< igalnsl the
    lo file an)
    to the validity ..I the Last ,\

    ite it any oi any objei
    Ihe the

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    . IUSI
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    Wl I HIN THI
    Mi IN III.- PROM THE i
    il l"Hl i Ml.I
    CATIl in n- nils NOTICI
    Yi 'I R III' ;il I !' I DO SO >".
    BE FORE\ I R It U'.KED
    vi.I CLAIM : IBM \Mis
    \ND OBJ I ; li INS N< H
    FILED WILL ME FOREX ER
    BARRED
    "t this
    I daj
    sidni -i H v-;.
    vs Pet esentative
    it thi
    Mi 5TENFBLD
    I.. .
    . A a)
    ATTORNEY I- OR PERSl iN
    \
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    . ..
    -in Pel
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number 79 1396
    IN Rl iTEOF


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    tDMINIS li: \ :
    PU M.I ill:-. INS H \\ I.Mi
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    \ !'.-.:
    demands against the i ita -
    . I :-,! within rHREE
    MON l H.i I ROM IMF DATE
    OF DIE HIRST I'l BLIC \
    riON OF Illis NOTICE to file
    ith the lerk of the aboi
    ihiiI a written >talenient of
    any laim "i demand the)
    have Each claim must he in
    wilting and must indicate the
    the name
    an.i address ,.i the i redltor or
    in* agent or attorney, and the
    amount claimed If the claim is
    not yet due the dale hen it
    ik ill become due shall be
    itated It the claim is con
    Ullgenl or unliquidated the
    nature of the uncertainty shall
    be stal.-d If the claim is
    I-, uivd the security shall be
    described The claimant shall
    deilvei sufficient copies of the
    laim to the lerk to enable the
    clerk lo mall one copy to each
    |h-i sonal representative
    Ml persona interested in the
    estate to whom a copy of this
    Notice ol Administration has
    been mailed an- required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OP THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OP
    THIS NOTICE to file any ob
    je, lions they may have that
    challenges the validity of the
    decedents will the qualifli a
    lions of the personal represen
    tatlve or the venue or Juris
    diction of the court
    ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS,
    AND OHJElTIONS NOT SO
    FILED WILL ME FOREVER
    MARKED
    Date ol the first publication
    of this Notice of
    Administration Feb 1. 190
    EUGENE ALCOTT
    As PeraonaJ Representative
    of the Estate of
    li NE ALCOTT OOLDSTE IN
    I >cceased
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIVE
    BERGER
    and Mlvd
    Suite 718
    Miami FloridaS31M
    Telephone ISOBI ''''.! SIM
    -ii Peb l. 8.1980
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    (represen-
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    li.ioo s DadeU
    NOTICEOF
    WAREHOUSEMAN'S
    SALE
    Notice is hereby given that by
    virtue of Chapter 67*. F'londa
    Statutes annotated '1941 I
    houseman and Ware
    house R.....Ipts wherein Abbot
    tig A, Storage Co Inc a
    I orporatlon by virtue
    oi its warehouse liens has in Its
    possession the following
    le si r Ibed property
    Household goods Lot nil1 as the
    rl) oi Mr. Isabel La
    whose last known ad
    *a.s tin sw M Avei
    M'' Miami i- la and that on
    the 9th day oi February ihmi
    K the legal hour- ol
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 18 HEREMY
    GIVEN that Dm undersigned.
    Ing to engage in busTm 11
    under the fictitious name of
    AIRPORT AUTO TRIM SHOP
    ,il number l.'.Ki NW TSrd St In
    the City of Miami. Florida
    intends to register the said
    name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Dated at Miami Florida this
    nth da) "i January iw>o
    PERR1NE At To
    TRIM SHOP INC
    I igerif la*mlit h. Esq
    \". ime) fOI Applll anl
    .'720 W Flagler St
    Miami ^'l
    .sum Ian is ^r.. Feb 1 8, 1980
    . INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    NO SO 143
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    tU, INTERO
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
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    in horn a "(> ol this
    ol Administration has
    been mailed are required
    WITHIN THREE MONTHS
    FROM THE DATE OP THE
    FIRST PUBLICATION OP
    THIS NOTICE lo file ,ui\ .'I.
    lections they, ma) have that
    . hallenges the valldlt) of the
    ,ic..-dents v.111 the qualifies
    lions of the personal represen
    tatlve, or the venue or juris
    du lion of the court
    M.I. CLAIMS DEMANDS
    \N|i OBJECTIONS not so
    FILED WILL HE FOREVER
    BARRED
    Date oi the fir>t publication
    oi this Notice Ol
    Mtmiinsti alion Jan 2ft. 19*0
    n Mil an ROSENBERG.
    \- Peraonal Representative
    ol the Estate of
    1.11.1.1 \N MINSKY
    I iccea.sc.1
    \ rrORNEY for PERSONAL
    REPRESENTATIN E
    HENRY M WAIT/KIN
    . HI '1st Street
    Miami Reach F'londa 33141
    Tel. phone Bao-OSBa
    iisll I Ian 25 Feb 1 1980
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREMY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage in business
    under the fictitious name
    Earthworks by Linda at M9i
    sw MthCourt.Miami.Fl -'Ltii.t
    Intends to reglstei said name
    v.ith Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
    Court >>f i lade Count) Florida
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    THE l'TM JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    CASE NO 80-57 FC
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    Street North Miami
    it.a. ii Fion.t.i me: m or
    ePel 1980 and I
    'original with the clerk oi this
    ellhei before sen It on
    plaintiff s attorney or in
    medlatel) thereafter, other
    .t default w ill he entered
    against you for the relief
    demanded in the complaint .>
    petition
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of the Court on Jan 3 i9.mi
    RICHARD P DRINKER
    \- Clerk of the Court
    B) A D WADE
    As Deputy Clerk
    K38a Januar) 11, is. 2S
    February 1. 1980
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREMY
    <; IV E N that the undersigned.
    desiring lo engage in business
    undei the fictitious names of
    AMERICAN NO FAULT IN
    sirance AGENCY INC.
    il b a SKIPPERS CLl'H or
    I b a CHARTER Al'TOMO
    MILE CUB LTD or d b a
    WERICAWIDE INSUR
    \NCE INC or d b I
    < \N\DAWIDE INSURANCE
    VIKNCIES LTD at 612 NW
    12th % venue, Miami. Florida.
    intend to register said
    names with the Clerk of the
    Cir. nit Court of Dade County
    l- lorlda
    Mlli.tMfl.KMER
    I | .-sidenl
    TIN ACI.EMER
    laia Treasurer
    is aa Feb I s 19H0
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    Public Notice^
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR OADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No. M'fJJXJ
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The marriage of
    DOROTHY TESTERMAN.
    Petitioner Wife,
    ROBERT D TESTERMAN
    Respondent Husband
    TO ROBERTD
    TESTERMAN
    7 Oaks Trailer Park
    No. 8. Route 1
    I.inwood.
    North Carolina 27299
    YOl ARK HEREBY NOTT
    F1ED that an action forl
    lution of Marriage has
    riled against you and you
    .quired to serve a cor>\ Of
    vour written defenses If any to
    it on ARTHl R H LI1
    .ttorn.s tor Petitioner whose
    ms is ims \ iff Street
    HOB Mlam
    with
    era of lite abov<
    court on or before March 7,
    other* lac .< default will
    .....d uuunoi >,H'
    k d in the com
    plaint
    HESS i : md the
    laid court at Miami
    I iy of
    januan 1980
    HARDP BRINKER
    UClerl "urt
    :da
    H\ Clai inda Bi tn
    \-[>eput\ Clerk
    Feb I U --' >*>
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT
    OADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
    FAMILY DIVISION
    Cat* No S0-7MFC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    NOPROPERTY
    CINDY NIE\ BS
    Petitioner
    VICTOR NIEVES
    Respondent
    TO VICTORNIEVES
    376 Lincoln Avenue
    Brooklvn New York
    YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
    ^n action for dissolution of
    marriage has been filed
    against you and you are
    required to serve a copy of your
    written answer and defenses if
    am to it on DANIEL
    GALL! I' ESQ. plaintiffs
    attorney, whose address is 2356
    Salwdo Street Suite 309. Coral
    Gables Florida 33134 on or
    belore February 29 19*0. and
    nle the original with the clerk
    oi this court either before
    .re on plaintiff's attorney
    or immediately thereafter
    otherwise a default will be
    entered against you for the
    relief demanded in the com
    plaint or petition
    WITNESS my hand and the
    ,ea. ol this court on January 17
    RICHARDP BRINKER
    . rk of the Court
    Hi tieborah (J Hess
    As Deputy Clerk
    DMie Jan 23 Feb 1 s 15 1980
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    Case No 90 704 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    NOPROPERTY
    LDBERG
    M iLDBERG
    M GOLDBERG

    Sew 1 >rs NY 10
    Y( II IRE NOTIFIED that
    lor DISSOLUTION
    filed
    .ind you
    vour
    .>.-
    Daniel Gallup
    i.. .i i r ." rue)
    tree!
    i || ( ,,,r || Florida 33134. on
    1980 and file
    ginal with the clerk of
    either before set
    on plaintiff s attorney or im-
    i after other
    . lefaull will be entered.
    against you for the relief'
    mded in the complaint or
    petition
    WITNESS m> hand and the
    ".irt on Jan 17,
    1980
    I'.iihardl' Unnker. Oierk
    (,. rk ol the court
    B) M J Hartnelt
    \- DeputyClert
    Ian -', Feb 1. 8. 15. 1980
    NOTICE UNOER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY,
    GIVEN that the undersigned, i
    irig to engage in business
    under the fictitious name of
    SI NSET LIGHTING WARE
    HOI BE OUTLET at 4716 SW
    72nd Avenue. Miami. Dade
    County. Florida, intend to
    !er said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Dade County Florida
    BERKLEYD BUSH
    EDWARDCARLO
    ROBERT BKAl CHAMP
    IOSEPH DiBARTOLOMEO
    Attorney for parties
    Mm Bird Road
    Miami Florida 33156
    Tel 226-2/76
    Jan 11. II
    Feb |, :**>
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITINANOFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    Case Me. m-sn FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    in re the
    Adoption of
    a minor child
    AL and ANNE WILLIAMS
    Petitioners
    NOTICE Or ACTION
    TO VIRGIL ADDERLEY
    Residence Unknown
    YOC ARE NOTIFIED that
    an action for the adoption of
    minor has been W<1h*rIw"h
    and vou are required to r%e
    copy of your written objectloa
    if am to It on BRIAN H
    BRODY ESQ. "">' '[
    Petitioner whose addrealI l
    633 NE 167th St. N Miami
    Beach Florida 33162. on or
    I,;,',,,. February 22 I9M. and
    ru. the original wUfe the e erk
    o, mil court either before
    , ,. Petitioner or im-
    mediate!) thereafter other
    * ., default >H be entered
    relief
    | ln the ADOPTION
    w l rNESS m f '' ,n
    in 18
    HARDI BRINKER
    B> Clarinda Brown
    \-1 teput) Cler*
    -, ., :.,:-. 18 28 Eeb II if-"
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned
    . .,:. in business
    under th. fictitious name of
    Hi i:ns INTERNATIONAL
    p || i.;> ., A -: Ml Intire
    Kej Blacaync Florida
    ' register said
    name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County.
    Florida
    TANCREDO BARRADAS
    FRANK STRELKOW
    ft G X Y
    Attorneys for Applicant
    503 CapiUl Bank Building
    Kennedy Causeway
    North Bay Village
    Florida 33141
    Tel No i 305' 868 4711
    OMSf Feb 1.8. 15.22. I960
    I i above styled court on or before
    Feb 22. 19. otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    you for the relief demanded In
    the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con-
    secutive weeks In THE
    JEW ISHFLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of said court at Miami.
    Florida on this 16 day of
    January. 1980
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dade County Florida
    ByM, J HARTNETT
    As Deputy Clerk
    A KOSS. ATTORNEY
    AT LAW. P A
    Attorney 'or
    Petitioner Husband
    101 NW 12th Avenue
    Miami Florida33128
    Tel (3061325 8844
    \ttornev for Petitioner
    or-** J*n [*;
    Feb 1 8. 1980
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned,
    desiring to engage ln business
    under the fictitious name of
    MACHINERY EXCHANGE at
    1075 East 28th Street Hialeah
    Florida 33013 intends to
    register said name with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Hade County Florida
    JAN LAZEROFF
    SOLE OWNER
    Ijiw Offices of
    AINSI.EER FERDIE
    Attomevs for Applicant
    717 Ponce de LeonBlvd
    Suite^lS
    Con.l Gables, Fla 33134
    08440 Feb 1.8 15.22. 1980
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN that the undersigned.
    I. -ring to engage in business
    under the fictitious names
    AMERICAN CHAMBER OF
    TOURISM, CAMARA AMER
    ICANA DE TURISMO IN
    NATIONAL CHAMBER
    OF TO I I'.l.-M CAMARA IN
    TERNACIONAL DI
    Tl RISMO CARNli AL OF
    THE WIERICAS at P O Box
    Miami Florida 33101.
    . -ter said names
    with the Clerl fcuit
    idel taunt) Florida
    v\ tLDO PEREZ PEREZ
    < iv.: i
    Jan 11 11
    Feb 1 1980
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY
    .,: thi- undersigned.
    . ,, |n business
    .- niine of
    Boi VIERC ITERERS al 7386
    . ,', 281 Street Miami
    i register
    . with the I lerk of ine
    . ,rt ol Dade County
    L.
    LACANT1NA
    i- \MII.IAK INC
    a Florida Corporation
    \ P.oOert Carlisle
    Attorney for applicant
    2W Alhambra Circle
    Coral Gables. Fl 33134
    Jan 11 1" 25.
    Feb 1 1980
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INTHECIRCUITCOURT
    OF THE ELEVENTH
    JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA,
    IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    NO I0?FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    In Re The Marriage of
    JuanC Benzant.
    and
    Ana Rosa Benzant.
    To Ana Rosa Benzant
    Resident e I nknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY
    NOTIFIED that an action for
    Dissolution of Marriage has
    been filed against you and you
    ii- required to serve a copy of
    your written defenses. If any to
    U on A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
    LAW P A attorney for
    Petitioner whose address is
    NW :2th Avenue Miami
    la a 138. and file the
    inzn e lerk
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE HTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
    DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
    73 West Flagler Street
    Miami Florida
    PROBATE DIVISION OJ
    PROBATE NO 7*UJ
    (i or
    n 'iin ii h\kk:
    l BARKLEY
    *
    NOTICE OF
    ADMINISTRATION
    - ItSONS H v
    , AIMS OR DEMANDS
    V 11NST S \1D ESTA I"F AND
    OTHER PERSONS IN
    : i RES n 1' IN SAID
    esta re
    Yor ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED THAT THE Adminis
    Irallon of th.- Estate of JOHN
    il BARKLEY a k a J H
    BARKLEY deceased late of
    Oath Counts Florida, has
    commenced in the captloned
    pro< reding!
    YOl M'.F HEREBY NOTI
    FIED IND REQUIRED to file
    ail) i l.ums and demands which
    ma) h*\r against the
    I ...:. and to file any challenge
    to the validity of the I-ast Will
    I. stament offered for
    probate, if any. or any ob
    j.-.tion to the qualifications of
    the Personal Representative,
    venue or Jurisdiction of the
    Court with the Court. Dade
    County Courthouse. Miami.
    Florida 33130. WITHIN
    THREE MONTHS FROM THE
    DATE OF THE FIRST PUB
    UCATION OF THIS NOTICE
    OR YOl R RIGHT TO DO SO
    WILL BE FOREVER
    BARRED
    First publication of this
    Notice on the 25th day of
    January 1980
    BLANCHE WELCH
    as Personal Representative
    3095 NW 52nd Street
    Miami Fla 33142
    ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAI.
    REPRESENTATIVE
    ARTHCRD FRISHMAN
    coin Road-Suite 210
    Miami Beach. Fla 33139
    Telephone 303 672 6721
    0*412 Jan 25 Feb 1. 1980
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF1
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIHC'JIT OF FLORIDA IN
    AND FOR DADt COUNTY ,
    Civil Action No I0-3M FC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The Marriage of
    I IRACIANO NEURON
    Petitioner,
    and
    I.Honor NEGRON
    Respondent
    To LEONOR NEGRI IN
    4330 W Hoddon Avenue
    Chicago lUlnoiaaOBSl
    YOl IRE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that an action for
    ution of Marriage
    beel *t you and you
    an required to serve a copy of
    a ntten defenses. If any. to
    MILTON C GOODMAN
    attorney for Petitioner whose
    Weal Flagler
    Street Suite 520 Biscayne
    Building Miami. Florida 33130
    file the original with the
    of the above styled court
    r before Feb 22. 1980
    otherwise a default will be
    . nlered against you for the
    relief demanded in the com
    plaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once each week for four con
    secutive weeks in THE JEW
    ISHFLORIDIAN
    WITNESS my hand and the
    .1 said court at Miami
    Florida on this 10 day of
    January. 19MH.
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerk Circuit Court
    Dade County Florida
    By M J Hartnett
    As Iieputy Clerk
    * \r uit Court Seal i
    MILTON C GOODMAN
    Suite 520 BUM ayne Building
    19 West Flagler Street
    Miami Florida 33130
    Ph 37V
    Attorney for Petitioner
    1 08401 J^an 18.28. Feb l.8.iggQ
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTYI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No 7*19701
    FAMILY DIVISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    n RE The marriage of
    IC PROCTER
    _____________*
    MIRIAM PROCTER.
    Respondent
    TO Mrs Miriam Procter
    Golden Gate Theatre
    Golden Gates
    NASSAU BAHAMAS
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIj
    FIED that an action for
    OissoluUon of Marriage has
    been filed against you and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    vour written defenses, if any. to
    it on Lawrence M Shoot. Esq
    attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address Is 3000 Biscayne Blvd
    No 315. Miami. Florida
    \ 33137. and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above styled court on or before
    March 7. 1980. otherwise a
    default will be entered against
    vou for the relief demanded in
    "the complaint or petition
    This notice shall be published
    once 94M* ** for four con
    ecutlet weeks in Till.
    JEW ISHFLORIDIAN
    WITNESS m hand arid the
    ., -aid COUH at Miami
    da on IMi M
    __
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    , -in k Or. uit Court
    l lade County, Florida
    in \ Ba
    \-
    iil Court --
    Lawrence M Snoot I
    I N
    i Florida
    5010
    etiuonei
    Fab I iv-
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
    NOTICE is HERJCB1
    GIVEN that the undersigned.
    ruj to engage In business
    under the fictitious name uf
    AIRPORT ROPY SHOP at
    numbei 1801 nw 73rd Ave In
    the Ctt) of Miami, Florida,
    Intends la register the said
    name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Dade County
    Florida
    I laiad at Miami Florida this
    14th da\ of January 1980
    PERRINF BOPY
    SHOP INC
    Eugene I^mllch. fcsq
    Attorney for Applicant
    2TJ0VJ Flagler St
    Miami. Fl 33135
    08406 Jan 18 25 Feb 1.8.19*0
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITINANOFOR
    DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    Case No 99 '63 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    In re the
    Adoption of
    a minor child
    By
    BRIAN DAVIS
    Petitioner
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO AUGUST IJAPOUTO
    Residence Unknown
    YOl ARE NOTIFIED thai
    an acUon for the adoption of a
    minor has been filed and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    your written objection. If any.
    to it on B H BRODY. ESO. .
    attorney for Petitioner, whose
    address is 633 NE 187th St
    N M B Fl 33162. on or before
    Feb 29. 1980 and file the
    original with the clerk of this
    court either before service on
    Petitioner or immediately
    thereafter otherwise a default
    will be entered against you for
    the relief demanded in the
    \I M UTION petition
    WITNF.SS my hand and the
    irt on Jan 17
    Ml
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    , rk of the Court
    B) G S Ca -
    As'l >epot\ Clerk
    l.i. 18 in*"
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    Case No H'M FC 10
    FAMILY DIVISION
    I i- marrtai
    GLAD ["ONE PHILLIPS
    Petll
    BE\ ER1.EY PHIU
    p., ipondent
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    r>. HEN ERI.EY PH11.I.11 -
    RESIDENCE i nknown
    YOl ARK NOTIFIED that
    II lion for dissolution of
    marriage has been filed
    ..gainst you and you are
    r squired to serve a ropy of your
    wrlttan defenses If an) to it on
    H H BRODY Attorney for
    Petitioner, whose address is
    NE 17 St N MB Fla
    II 1 oil or before February 2V
    I9M, and file the original with
    the i lerk of UUS COUll either
    r,elor service on petitioner or
    immediately thereafter other
    aim' a default will be entered
    against yiAj for the relief
    demanded In the complaint or
    petiuon
    WITNESS my hand and the
    of this court on Jan 17.
    I9M
    Rll hard P Hnnker Clerk
    , rk of the Court
    it> i leborah G Hess
    As lie pun Clerk
    08122 Jan 25. Feb 1.8 15, 1980
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUITINANOFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    GENERAL
    JURISDICTION DIVISION
    Case No t> *73s
    Division 92 I Donald Stonel
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    DAVID WE IN SI
    .Miff
    MARIONFERN.a fc/B
    MARION WEINSTEIN
    . k a MARIAN WEIN
    STEIN, If she be living, and al
    unknown parties claiming by
    through, under or against her
    If she be dead, whether said un
    known parties claim as heirs
    devisees grantees, assignees
    lienors. creditors, trustees,
    spouses or otherwise.
    Defendants.
    TO MARION FERN
    a k a MARION WEIKT
    STEIN a k a MARIAN
    WEINSTEIN if she be liv-
    ing, and all unknown
    parties claiming by.
    through, under or against
    her. if she be dead whether
    said unknown parties
    Claim as heirs, devisees.
    grant*** assignees lien
    ,. creditors trustees.
    otherwise
    V>< \KF HEREBY NOTI
    .-IEI1 thai an ai Uon 'or par
    ition of th.- follow Ing described
    ,,. |..-n> in i iad Oounti
    'lori'l.i
    Lol n in Blo.k I of <\\ KB
    riK \ PARK ai cordlnj I
    plai tnereol led In
    F w
    i Sounly Flori la

    . t

    I
    whose
    ii. Miami B<
    Florid on n
    F bruarj I
    original wltli the Clerk of this
    i ',ir! either botofl 99T% Il
    uf attorneys or im
    medlatel) thereaft<-r other
    wise a dt'lault will be entered
    l you for the
    mded in the amended
    i -omplaint
    This Notice shall be
    published once each week for
    four consecutive weeks In the
    Jew lah Florldlan
    WITNESS my hand and the
    seal of this Court on January
    18 !!'
    RICHARD I BRINKER
    as Clerk of the Circuit Court
    B> Deborah G Hess
    AsIiepulyOerk
    Mil.TON FEU-EK and
    HARRY ZI KERN1CK
    By Hurry Z.ukrrnlrk
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    420 I Jncoln Road
    Suite 441
    Miami Beach Florida 33139
    Tel 677 0099
    08423 Jan 25. Feb 1. S. 18, 19*0
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    (NOPROPERTY)
    INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No 60-907 FC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The marriage of
    SI SAN STEFFENSEN
    Petitioner
    and
    KEITH STEFFENSEN
    Respondent
    T< < Keith Steffensen
    R N W hippie Street
    Chicago Illinois
    60*18
    yol M'.F HEREBY NoTI
    FIKI l thai a |- for Dla
    II Marriage has
    :iit'll and commenced In
    and OU are requirrd
    ... ... op) ,il your ritten
    liefi iiNe-- ,1 .in\ to it on
    .-.i i i rir. sttornej tor
    rl a II
    Biscayne Boulevard
    suite 11 North Miami Beach
    and file the
    * it M the I lerk of the
    iiyled court oi oi before
    February -*v IHmi otherwise a
    -
    I for in
    plainl "i [iet ll
    rhi llci hallbepul
    . ... Nreeh for four
    *. in I.

    W ITS i S rn hand and Ho-
    -,r'. ..t Miami
    la\ >f
    lanuai >
    RICHARD I' BRINKER
    \ c,, i k Cln uit < 'ourt
    i '.. By I'...' inda Mnm n
    UDi put) Clerk
    1 in uit COUI t Seal i
    i In riar d i. Larln
    Mini r, > .it I w
    . Blvd
    . 1 19
    -. Miami iieai h Fla 33iao
    Mluiiii-i for Petitioner
    IH430 Ian JTt Feh I h 15 19BC
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
    DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    Case No 90 7MFC
    FAMILY DIVISION
    n re the marriage of
    INHY FYFK
    Petition, r
    mil
    ETEK FYFE
    Respondent
    NOTICE Of action
    in PETER FYFE
    Restdem s I nknown
    YOl IRE NOTIFIED that
    oi .i lion for dissolution of
    narrlage has been filed
    igalnat vou and you are
    a i opy uf your
    i uteri defenses if any, to it on
    II ll BRODY BSq attorney
    .iti.iiMr whose address Is
    N M B Fla
    on or before February 29.
    Iglnai with

    .-lor.- ~e-\ ii e ,.|| peti;;i,t;..| r
    immediately Ihereeuter. other
    'w,s* a default will be entered I
    against you for the relief,
    demanded In the complaint or
    ** w 1TNESS my hand and the
    seal of this Court on Jan. IT.
    Richard p Brtnaer. Clerk
    As (lerk of the Court
    HyC P Cope land
    As Deputy Ulerk
    08431 Jan 25. Feb 1.8 16.1980
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT
    OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    Case NO 90 943 FC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    NOPROPERTY
    LARRYL LATIMER
    MVR.i.ABETl. I.ATIMF.R
    mm IARETL
    ! \ TIMER
    Box
    RoadUni rv Tor tola
    British Virgin
    Y,il M'.E NOTIFIED that
    .,., DI3SOU nON
    M m'.ki MHC has boon fiieii
    ,i you

    Idefi laea. if
    I illup
    torne) vhoei
    Id file
    rk ol

    im
    rafter other
    ,, tered
    "iplaint or
    .. | \| SS m) '"rid and the
    . ,.| thi- i ourt on lai
    ird I Honker <-lerk
    Clerk of the Court
    B) M I Hartnett
    \ 1 '.pun Clerk
    Ian Feh 1 15.1980
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No 00 TS1FC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE The marriage of
    M IRTHA I HENDERSON
    Petitioner Wife
    JAMES B HENDERBON
    Respondent Husband
    TO JAMESB
    HENDERSON
    126 Millwood Drive
    Apartment E J7J
    Nashville Tennessee
    YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
    FIED that an action for
    1 >.i.,.lotion of Marriage has
    been filed against you and you
    are required to serve a copy of
    vour w rltten defenses if an> to
    it or. ARTHUR H I.1PSON
    altorne) for Petitioner whose
    addreas is 1515 Northwest 167
    Strret Suite 110 H Miami.
    Florida 33189 and file the
    original with the clerk of the
    above *t vied ourt on or before
    February n io otherwises
    default will be entered against
    you lor the relief demanded in
    the omplaint or petition
    WITNESS my hand and the
    i said 'irt at Miami
    Florida >m this B day of
    Januan i>"
    RICHARD P BRINKER
    As Clerl I In ull Court
    I lads 'int> Florida
    Hi Clarinda Bniwn
    \ i h put) Ctort
    i 'ir. ull < "'ir i 9eal'
    15 1W80
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
    FOR
    DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
    PROBATE DIVISION
    File Number (0 V
    DiviMon 01
    IN RK ESTATE! >r
    M UNNIE FENN
    l >. .
    NOTICE OP
    VI 'MINISTRATION
    rn. administration ol the
    - ..I MANNII FENN
    used i- ii.- Numbs* 99 tit
    i < -I'lin*: m th.- Cln ull Court
    i.,i I'...ii Count) Florida
    ProbaU Division the address
    al whl< h is 11 w Flagter street
    Miami Florida Thenamesand
    addreaaea "I the perw.nal
    SBnlatlVafl and the per
    sonal representative s attorney
    o i ^.-1 for Ifl helow
    All inlervsteil persons are
    ,il t" file with this court
    WITHIN THREE M"iN THS OF
    THE F1R8T 11 BI.ICATION
    OF nilS NOTICE 111 all
    . lalmes against the estate and
    i2i any objacllon b) An in
    led jierson lo whom notice
    mm mailed thai haiienges the
    validity of the will, the
    qualifications of the personal
    repraaantatlve, venue, or
    jur is.li. turn of tin- rourt
    ALL claims AND OB
    IECTIONB Nor so FILED
    WILL BE FORE> m
    BARRED
    Publication uf this Notice has
    begun Ml Ian 28 1V"'
    onaJ Representative
    I.EONARIIFENN
    loI Collins Ave No 912
    Miami Beach FL 11140
    M08ES I OKI NDWERG
    1100 linetree Drive
    Miami Beat fl V 11140
    Attorney for Personal Repre
    ssnlaM '
    ii \vs* .iiti NDWERG

    tvenua
    441V
    UMI


    Page 15 B
    orris Giller, Miami Beach Developer Bernard Supworth Dies at 67
    era I services
    lay at Rubin
    were held
    Memorial
    |"for Morris Giller, a Miami
    realtor and resident for
    than 50 years, who died
    v after a three month
    Ciller. 85. was in-
    kental in developing much
    Heach property. In the
    feos and early 40s he had
    lien Rudt,
    iScholar,
    Athlete
    lien Rochelle Rudt.
    Is In-loved daughter of
    JB and Sam Rudt. dear
    of Maxene I Barry I
    and Kerry Arthur
    and adored aunt of
    Sc^al and grand
    iter <>t Sarah Tabor.
    hen' last month.
    .vis i-ducated at the
    ersitj of Pittsburgh
    ihe earned a M A in
    -, iencea and an MA.
    ilogj
    i w.i- scholar and
    Kwoman, excelling in
    niing .itul tennis m well
    idies She .i- .in
    m udent
    l.i-t
    M..! t.l!
    on the
    ind elected in
    Board Honor
    diil administrative
    m u ashington, D.C.. in
    |.- "i: di\ i-Hiii i>l ihr
    i orpa and recruited on
    n puses around the
    \- .1 teacher she
    .it high school and
    levels, including
    net College, Pa., and
    liuiu State College,
    bon i.N.I
    further hvs education
    It tended the I oiversit)
    Pennsylvania graduate
    I, wlicre she obtained
    S \\ Mle va;is affiliated
    ill" Pennsylvania
    \ >'i Clinical Soeial
    ter, National
    iation of Social
    ind the Vcadem)
    Social Worker-
    I' ibeth Hlackwell
    ti < enter tor Women in
    I'lu.i she > reated and
    he group counseling
    lam loi women, with its
    on emotional .t.i
    nl to nia-te.tonn \t
    ll niM-rsitj oi Penn
    I School nl s,h i.il
    professional
    ihe was united
    ni her paper, New
    Work Roles with
    1 am i i Pat ients
    d -pf lab/.ed training
    hot herap)
    did volunteei work
    It he \m, ii, .I,, t 'ancer
    l> counseling patients
    nhi Keach to Recover)
    im in Philadelphia and
    Miami Mine coming
    la-i year she was a
    leei ai Switchboard of
    and recently had bean
    Knglish to newly
    I Russian immigrants.
    was a member at the
    Stevenson Democratic
    Club. National
    1 Ol Jewish Women.
    isah, Brandeis
    Jie of California, and
    prrs Club. She was a
    caring and loving
    being; everything
    hie became her but the
    of it Sen |, ,.s w,.n,
    Monday, Dec 81, at
    pan Funeral Home.
    ? mem, Lakeside
    liiini
    Pnds wishing to make
    JllUtlons should do so to
    Jen Rudt Memorial
    "ih li Congregation,
    >> Road, I'ittsburgh.
    Vlvania 15220
    more than 50 people working in
    his office at Washington Avenue
    and 16th Street. He bought and
    sold property for many of the
    major hotels and apartment
    houses on the Beach.
    He moved to Jacksonville from
    North Dakota with his family in
    1912. He visited Miami in 1919.
    but thought it too small Ten
    years later he came to stay.
    Public Notices
    AFFIDAVIT UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME
    STATUTE
    STATIC OK FLORIDA
    COUNTY OF DADK si
    Tlie undersigned, under oath.
    says II is the intention of the
    mill. iMCfw.l to engage In a
    buMMM enterprise under the
    fictitious name of J d KIT
    located .it .'mw SW .1 Avenue in
    lite i it> of Miami. Dade
    Count) Klnrida .1.1I2S
    TtMBC intervstetl in said
    enterprise, and the extent of
    tile lllleivst of eai h is ,l
    lollow |
    John M Hum ishuIo
    I'resident signature i
    I lennu E Brill
    \ I.. l'iesidenl signature i
    Ian II, IS 2fl
    Ebb I :|
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY
    GIVEN thai the undersigned

    name
    i' ..,.'.
    sari .iml > hlffrm l' \
    In ltd Suit.
    S in
    laid name
    ...
    i 'an rlda
    t air I in
    Feb
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT
    DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
    Case No 10 1421 FC
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    NO PROPERTY
    II I.IAN M t \' M IERS
    ii MUI \l: \ A SAI NDERS
    I" lt\i:n\KAA
    x NDI
    I--in I nkmiwii
    1POI VKE NOTTf IE!) tli.it
    Mi I 'ISSi il.t III >\
    >l" M M'.IM \i,l filed
    ug iin~i x uu and you .ire
    i i .(>> of > our
    uuwer ai I lefenses if
    ......n IIANIEL UAL
    iir plaintiff's attorney
    .. i | In Salaeoo
    ..'. mm c
    i i .., rth
    I (H0 .iml file tlM
    ill IgllWl w it ll lf> I :! an'
    . ian I nth. I befOI i- SerVICI
    pl.imllfl i" nr ini
    ' i". 'llier
    . i h lull will '"

    'i Ihe i omplalnl oi
    - lliv hand .Hid tile
    lai
    in uikei '' -a
    ll !
    Kcb i*>"
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    iNO PROPERTY!
    INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
    THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    Civil Action No SO HIS FC
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN ItE I'll" mi
    I KM 111 I-: t'AI-AMAKI
    Husband
    Mill
    II I M ItACAl \M \KI
    Wife
    I'u liiLiui .i C.il.iin.iri
    i ii Weal Bi in Mawr
    niu.it" in "'-
    x ni UtE HEREBY NOT!
    I III' : luil .mil ,i. lion for
    Dissolution nf Marriage lias
    been Hied against you and you
    41,' i i'i|iiim-iI tii aervr .1 iiijii nl
    voui written defeneee, If an) to
    ii 11 ALBERT 1. CAItltl
    I'ARTE I" A attorney for
    lYlitinner. whose address is
    .'llll NW 7th Street. Miami
    KI.111.L1 131 SB. and file the
    01 1g111.il with the clerk of the
    above *t \ led 1 ourt on or before
    Man Ii 7 lUSd. otherwise .1
    delault will be entered against
    you for the relief demanded 111
    ill. 1 nmplalnt or petition
    Pus notii e shall be published
    nine eat h mfk for four con
    MCUt I V< weeks In Till-:
    JEWISH PLORID1AN
    WITNES8 my hand and the
    seal ol said rourt at Miami
    Florida on this 24 day nl
    Januar) IWO
    RICH Wtni' BRINKER
    \ i lor* Circuit Court
    Ii.nl, County, Klonda
    lu Clarlnda iimmi
    \. i leput) dark
    it ('ourt Seal i
    i .,tr Ii .nte K*i
    NW ."tli Street
    Miami Florida SUM
    Ml,.mi y foi I'.'litumiT
    ,i.i .- K.h 1.8. II -'-' l*"1
    He died at the Hebrew Home
    for the AK,.,i. where he had spent
    his last three months.
    Survivors include his sons
    Norman and Charles, both of
    Miami Beach, brother Ben. of
    Miami Beach, sisters. Esther
    lopkin and Ann Silverman; four
    p-andchildren. and four great-
    grandchildren.
    Interment was at Mount Nebo
    Cemeterv
    FREEDMAN
    ROM 11. resident of Miami Bearh for 24
    >.-.irs died Jan 26 Survived by one son.
    Sol Kreedman. two daughters, t! lor la.
    Ki-wiaud ami Joyce l.evy. eight grand
    ihildren. 10 great grandchildren
    Ftrvlcaa ).w p m Sunday Interment
    l-akeside Memorial Hark Miami The
    Itlverside had charge of arrangements
    LEVIS
    Solomon 78. formerly of Havana. Cuba
    resident of Miami Heach since 1W2. died
    Jan 29 Survived by his wife. Mall I.evls
    of Miami Reach He was a member Of
    the Cuban Hebrew Congregation.
    -..-. retary Ol the l.alin Lodge of H riai
    R nth. artlve member in the Jewish
    I- .ii. ration active in the Zionist
    movement In both the t' S and Cuba
    funeral service*, were held Jan 27 at
    the Riverside i hapel with interment at
    Lakeside Memorial
    BERGSON
    Syd 79 i i esident of Miami since 1937.
    died Ian 24 He *.i> .i former doctor
    teacher of law, hotel ow tut exulted
    ruler of K.Ik- and was a past in
    iim al preaidenl ol Brotherhood of
    Mi. lara member of the Ami'ncan
    i| Magicians and member of the
    Hun .' .. i He is an
    . si ol mental magli the man for
    iptei of the Intel
    h.....I ol Magdi :.m- was
    ins .ii*'' in- arifi Marlon
    i pBauei ind wife
    I i.iwn Jemme Baui i Bergson .i
    tilona tJeyei ind h isband
    Hi em nm
    i ii hildren
    Mor.: ,
    I '.il I iml
    iniii and
    I nieces S< lien ';*'lil
    Home
    MARCOLIS
    '.: iml H.'.i. h died Jan
    Hi *as i resident here for ^ > i
    Ini n 1 i:' i' s N Y HC w .is the
    f Mian
    ii... Mn Charlotte Dor
    chaa ol North Mi.inu Beach and Mrs
    tudrv) Cohen ot Kmi 1 ..iiuleritale and
    t:.,'tii i oi \ an Ml* hele loyceand
    Kenneth Dorchal North Miami
    Reai li Steven Barr) and Tob) Oohan
    lale Mi Margohs was a
    in. mbei oi !. lei ihwtn Idge in
    KnighUI of I'ythias and ,i Mason Ser
    llies wen field Wedne.sday .it l-ikeside
    Memorial Park Rubin had charge of
    ..i langements
    ART
    h\.i ul Miami it- acl una here 17
    years .it" from Brooklyi *ur
    lived in daughters Matt) Zaitl of
    North Miami Beach Florence Retkoft
    N irtl Miami Bett) Levins of
    Kendall five frandchUdreri and two
    ,- ti .iml, hildren Qravi ser
    ... lai 29 at I akestd
    ii.ii Park The Riverside had
    i
    lack Rubin Ml Si
    .,i;i | sui i: r.., in Rubin
    ill niTKOPI mill
    li
    i:ii 'ii \i:i'- ; gi R ibin Ml Mel
    \ il Herbert. I luni i
    Rim fiaroi Memoi
    \\l II H I l.i. I V I.Ill .'I Itll Il
    IIREI niORD IrvMg M ll.. lali
    II Wemateln
    Ralph H It
    M w i.i.i m \t...rin ian a
    i Laki side
    hi I'M \n ci.it.i ra iin le
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    0s*n Irerr 0r OsHs Jssast6
    140 SW 57th Avenue
    Phone 266-2888
    Kirra ai HMnrMBNT
    11700 Wstt Oiiie Mifh-sy
    N^rk Mnnp* ,
    nariaa moo
    931 -Sill
    Bi'Da-m ffo,'*ius
    CITY MEMORIAL AND
    MONUMENT. Inc.
    7610 N E 2nd Avenue
    Humi Floods 3313s
    EVELYN or
    BERNARD SARA.SOHN
    OFFICE 759 1669
    RES 2714430
    Funeral services for Bernard
    Supworth. 67, former owner of
    the Star of David Memorial Park
    w<-re held Jan. 29 at Gordon
    runeral Home.
    Mr. Supworth. a native of
    Huston, died Sunday at Doctors
    Hospital. He came to Miami 28
    yean ago from Philadelphia.
    He had been a member of
    Temple Zion and Beth David
    FEIRSTEIN
    Isidore M, Miami, died Jan 23 He was
    .1 resident here for 17 years, formerly of
    New York He was the husband of Ruth
    Eel -stun of Miami; father of Mrs Gall
    l.i. nerinan of Miami and Lima. Peru.
    Ki .niilf.illier of Jeffrey and Howard, son
    .1 Fannie Keinstein of New York, and
    brother of Mrs Sylvia Elnkelstetn of
    N.-n York and Irving Felrsteln of
    Pennsylvania Funeral services were
    held Jan 24 at Rubin Memorial Chapel
    ith interment at Star of David
    GRANT
    Waltei N sn Miami, died Jan 22 He
    had In hi .i resident here for the past 30
    years coming from Springfield. Mass
    II. was the husband of the late Rose L
    liranl. father of Roger W i Dorothy H I.
    oi Mi.inn grandfather of Shorri (Frank
    it i Sharon, Brian, Scott and Brett
    'I mi great grandfather of Jonathan
    and r.u.iii Sharon, shannon and Staley
    'ji.inl .ill ol Miami and Kimberlee
    i|i.mi ..( leesburf Graveside isn
    and interment were held Jan 24 at Star
    I I lai id Memorial I'ark with
    arrangements b) Cordon Kuiht.iI
    Congregation and had served as a
    major in the U.S. Armv in World
    War II.
    He was the father of Judith
    Ann Supworth and Susan
    Miriam Tranter of Miami;
    brother of Nathan Supowitz of
    Marblehead. Mass.. and Ann
    Sdby of Miami.
    Interment was in lakeside
    Memorial Park.
    KARP
    Solomon, Miami Beach A resident
    since 1042. he was formerly of New
    York Surviving are his wife Kva. his
    il.uiKhtci and son-in-law. Dr I^sterand
    Heiince Frank Of Miami, and grand-
    i lulilri'ii Manann and Michael Klotz
    ,uid Cynthia and John (joldberg great
    gi.uidfalher of Jennifer and Jeffrey
    i loldberg He was a Mason in the
    Hibiscus l-odge and a member of
    Temple Israel He owned and operated
    the Bristol Hotel in Miami Services
    were held Jan 24 at the Riverside with
    interment at Mt Nebo < vmetery
    SWEROLIN
    Robert Alan. 29. of Coral Gables, died
    Ian _'l Mr Swerdlin was a native of
    Cora: liables He is survived by his
    parents Mi ami Mrs EdwardSwercttn,
    Coral Gables a brother Rnk. Cathy)
    Swerdlin of Atlanta 'ia a sister Krada
    >\ lyne Cooperman of Crown PI Ind
    and ni> iian.ee Connie L Crews of
    Miami Funeral servlcei were held
    la) at Gordon Funeral Home with
    iiit.-i mem in Mt N.-tm i Vrr..
    Levitt \ h
    EVITT WWEINSTEIN
    memorial chapels
    ........
    - .....-.
    When a loss occurs
    away from home.
    FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
    Here and in New York,
    to assure swift and
    understanding service.
    IDade County
    949-1656
    !
    u i'-' hxie HighMiit
    \-v\ York:
    Broward Countv
    925-3:196
    1'iji I'.

    EMANUEl COUDOH
    1177-1 46
    4># M
    HAIRY CORDON
    1903 1964
    THAT THE GOODNESS AND KINDNESS IN
    EMANUEL GORDON AND HARRY GORDON
    WHICH HAS COMFORTED THOSE IN NEED IN
    THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN
    WITH US.
    flam*-* tfB. lf*o*4/ GORDON FUNERAL HOME
    Phone 858-5566
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