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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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iKistan: Anti-nemitic Nation t-annea by Moslem txtremism
|RAHAM H FOXMAN
listans rebuff of
las S400 million
aid offer focuses
Ion on a nation that is
Israel's enemies in
Jlamic World and
[in a history of anti-
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Cton effort to use
' shore up the Mid-
east-Western Asia region fol-
lowing the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan, therefore, poses a
dilemma for Jews and Israel On
the one hand, Israel welcomes the
strengthening of anti-Soviet
forces in the area and seeks to be
part of any coalition to oppose
Kremlin expansionism.
BUT ISRAELIS have long
standing fears that any military
equipment supplied to hostile
Arab or Islamic states, par-
ticularly one like Pakistan, could
some day be turned against
them.
Pakistan's fires of hatred for
Israel and the Jews arising
from its position as an Islamic
nation in the Third World are
fanned by Moslem extremists in
this devoutly religious nation.
For years, the Pakistanis have
seldom missed an opportunity to
denounce Israel or sponsor anti-
Zionist moves in the United
Nations and in the entire inter-
national diplomatic arena. Last
year, for instance, the Pakistanis
accused "Zionist circles'' of
influencing the U.S. decision to
terminate aid to Islamabad
because of suspicions that Paki-
stan was engaged in a nuclear
weapons development program.
Fears have been expressed in
many quarters that in the event
that Pakistan acquired an atomic
bomb, it could be handed over to
the Arabs for use against Israel.
PAKINSTAN'S view of Israel
often borders on the fanatic. A
Karachi newspaper some years
ago accused Jews of being bent
on "destroying Islam and in-
flicting incalculable harm to the
Muslim world." In 1978, when
PLO Chief Yasir Arafat urged a
vast throng of Moslem pilgrims
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Settlements Continue,
Begin to Tell Carter
lajor Award
ladassah Honors
ace Pilot Xaihan
YORK UTAI Abie
- lamed "peace
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medical aid for
igei -. received
pah tirst "Lovers of
' Vwai : at a $2.500-a-plate
at the Plaza Hotel here.
is known for his "Peace
which plies the
rranean waters between
U banon and Syria to
i asts messages of
pip to over 30 milhon
I he broadcasts are in
Vrabic, French and
resenting the award to
Bernke Tannenbaum,
l president of Hadassah,
In 1977, with special
""' from President
1 Sadat, Nathan broke the
reen Egypt and
vhen he took his Peace
phnjuKh the Suez Canal.
fust Who
During the Guatemala earth
quake. Abie spent three
months there and helped to
rebuild severul hundmi homes in
the town ol Sanarata and per-
sonally contributed the sum of
160,000 toward the project
In 1978, in the midst of the
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JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister
Menachem Begin is taking
;i tnu^h line toward
President Carter on the
settlements issue and
defied his critics at home in
a television interview in
which he declared that his
government would com-
plete its present term of
office and that he would
stand for reelection af-
terwards.
Begin, who will meet with
Carter in Washington this
month, said: If President Carter
asks me to freeze the settlements,
I shall tell him this is our right,
this is our duty, and it is an
integral part of our national
security and we must settle." He
said he and Carter had been at
(Kids over the settlements since
their first meeting in July. 1977.
THE PRIME MINISTER
flatly rejected the latest
American proposal that Israel
freeze settlements until May 2t>.
the target date for completion of
the autonomy talks with Egypt.
The U S, Cited as a precedent the
three-month freeze during the
peace treaty negotiations with
Egypt
Put Begin said. "Even then it
was nol really a freeze, since we
continued to strengthen existing
settlements That undertaking
expired a long time ago and if it
were renewed there would never
be an end to it
Although a Cabinet decision to
establish Jewish religious in-
stitutions in the heart of the
Continued on Page 5 A
Prime Minister Begin
In Minneapolis
Anti-Semitic Sermons
Evoke Shock Waves
V
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) -
A local preacher who delivered a
series of what is regarded as
blatantly anti-Semitic sermons
three months ago. claiming that
the Holocaust was Cod's punish-
ment of the Jews for their
: ion of Jesus, drew ei
ions of shock and anger
from Christian and Jewish
groups that have not abated
despite a recent disclaimer and
charges of B witch hunt'' by the
evangelist
Rev. Ernest O'Neill, an Irish-
born former Methodist minister
who heads the non-
denominational Campus Church
here and a number of affiliated
business enterprises, drew a
sharp rebuke from the Council of
Religious Advisors (CRAI of the
University of Minnesota and a
somewhat equivocal protest by
the Minnesota Council of
Churches which upheld his right
to expre8S his views although it
disagreed with them
THE CRA is a group of 14
clergymen and church workers
who serve the student body at
the university The Campus
Church is in no way associated
Continued on Page 9-A
On Passover
Fifth Question: Survival of Jewish People
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During this Passover season,
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami is urging all Jews
in the community to ask
themselves a Fifth Question,
announced Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Association
president, and Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. executive vice president
Federation's Combined Jewish
said Now more than ever the ded df the Bible's plea to
dreams of countless thousands of 'n h miracle of
jews in need around the world e to ceiebrate the
7^SA^jSSr\ E*3 of freedom We ^in
the Haggadah the four questions
reviewing the symbolism set
down by our forefathers to recall
the meaning of the Exodus from
Egypt." he said.
"As we do so. we can be|
assured that the ancient story o
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Mayor Shlomo Lahat of Tel Aviv. Israel ileftl is pinned u ith a green tarnation by Dublin-
born Michael Mann, president of the Loyal League of the Yiddish Sons of Erin, at a St
Patrick's Day visit to 'The New York Experience theater in Rockefeller Cent t r The Mayor
uas made an honorary member of the Yiddish Sons of Erin U huh is comprised of Irish-l
Jews now living in the U.S.
Headlines
Israel to Receive F-16 Fighter Planes
Israel will receive its first F-16 multi-role
tighter planes in July, wuh deliver) nmnnuingat
I ur per month until the 83 aircraft
m Israel's possession, General
Dynamics production director. Gen Abrahmson,
sled The order also includes eight F-16
- which will be delivered in July,
nd October These reports are made
in a General Dynamics brochure which has
angered Israel's military censors, tor it provides
details on the number of planes ordered, design
modifications and armament systems in
formation previously considered highly classified
Th. brochure described 17 modifications -
particularly in the computer, electronic com-
munication and navigation systems and
details on the planes' missile-launching systems
American pilots will deliver the planes to Israel.
I he General Dynamics brochure included in a
press kit says 12 Israeli instructor pilots will
b. training initially at Hill Air Force Base in the
I'he White House gardens is also sending
ngements f.>r a special corner in the Floris
International Pavilion at which th.'
Rosalynn Rose and other new American flora
specimens will !>. presented
\ national civil rights specialist has predicted
that as long as sme citizens seek to enlist the
authorit) "I government to advance their deeph
held religious beliefs, tensions over these issues
are iik. |> to persist m American society
In s booklet just published by the American
ewish Committee, Why We Need Church-State
Separation Samuel Rabinove, director ol the
\-l< Discrimination Division, not.-thai since
most \m.rican .lews, for historical and cultural
ons. are likely to continue to res,st what the)
as governmental intrusions mto a sphere
wher. it does not belong, .lews will continue to be
targets for the anger and the frustration ol those
who le.l aggrieved.
Iss,.s include organized prayer and Christmas
observances in public schools, religious Bymbols
on public property, and governmental aid to
religious schools
I'he v wish Congras has assailed the
insensil hi Kqual Employment Oppor
limit) Comm sum lEEOCl in scheduling a com
pulsory iw.i week training course in Washington
lor employees from around the country during a
period which includes Passover. Palm Sunday
and (iiHKJ Friday
The training session is scheduled to run this
week to Apr I Passover begins SI sundown on
Mai II and continues (or eight days Palm
Sunday is Mar 30 (I.kkI Friday is Apr i Ml
employees attending the course are expected to
remain m Washington for the entire period
The American Jewish Congress voiced its
complaint in a letter to Eleanor Holmes Norton,
who chairs the EEOC, the government agency
responsible lor protecting employees from dis-
. rimination on the i"b
111A S. t he worldwide Jewish migration agency
has disclosed that during 1979 it assisted a totai
of 31.928 Jewish refugees from the Soviet Union
Of these, 28,791 began new lives in the U.S 1 170
went t Canada, 1.552 to Australia and New
Zealand, and the balance to Latin America and
Western Europe. In 1978. HI AS assisted 13.545
lew s from the Soviet Union.
In a report to the membership of HIAS. at its
1980 centennial meeting. Gaynor I. Jacobson.
HIAS executive vice president, also stated that,
in cooperation with the United States govern-
ment. HIAS was instrumental in assisting 3.889
Of these I nd,-Chinese stateless wanderers, many
tragic boat case survivors, in their search for new
homes,______________________
l eon Dulzin, chairman ol the Jewish \gency
and th. World Zionist Organization Execui
ha- appealed foi a mammoth outpouring ol both
Jews and all non Jewish friends of Jeru
I on Jerusalem Day Ma) I i to mark u
indelibl) before the world" as a monumental event
thai ill dramatical!) express the eternal love.
fealty and reverenci lor our sacred city and
capital that is so personally and passionatel)
heartfelt b) all Jews everywhere
Dulzin sp,,ke to separate meetings of the
American Zionist Federation's leaders Q| major
Zionis, organizations, chaired by Rabbi Joseph
Sternstein, and the Executive ol the World
Zionist Organization-American Section, chaired
by Mrs. ( harlotte Jacobson, just before returning
to Israel
lerusalem today has become the symbol of
the Struggle and crisis lor the future survival of
Israel in a world which has no aversion to making
Israel a pawn and a Scapegoat of its own torment
resulting from profound economic, energy and
political difficulties and tensions. l)ul/m said
A presentation of the new Rosalynn Rose' Ov
the White House will be a feature of "Floris 80 "
the upcoming 23rd international flower show to
take place in Haifa on Sunday, Mar. 30. through
Apr. 8. The new floral specimen, honoring
President Jimmy Carter's wife, will make its
premier appearance overseas at the Haifa show,,
among the floral specialties of Israel and 18 other
nations.
Eugene DuBow has been named national
director of the American Jewish Committee'i
Community Services and Membership Depart
merit, it was announced by Bertram H Gold
AJl executive vice president.
Former AJC midwest regional director. DuBow
vSiSTS ? T*l 2' field offices ""oss the
program natk)nal """bership
,^ AD radlua1f of the University of Kentucky
DuBow holds an MA. degree in Human
Relations and Community Studies from New
York University and a Certificate from the School
of Jewish Communal Studies at Hebrew Union
College Jewish Institute of Religion (Los
AngelesF He has taught at both HUC and the
Spertus College of Judaica in Chicago.
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dia First to Recognize PLO
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Shamir Says He'll Take Active' 1
Role in Autonomy Talks
the
- The government
became the first
to extend full
recognition to the
|e Liberation
pn According to
[() Chief Yasir Arafat
Delhi Saturday for a
^it at the invitation of
lister Indira (ihandi.
Minister Narasimha
Bouncing the decision,
ml.- the PLO office in
to i he status of an
aid nci comprehensive
it the Middle Kast
I*,i- possible without
on of the PLO as an
pr in peace talks.
?ign Minister also said
[b\ Arafat symbolized
n'd" Palestinian friend
|aN" Indo-Arab solid-
dia. which extended
.-ognition to Israel in
allowed the PLO to
fan office in New Delhi
IALEM The latest
(the autonomy talks was
Alexandria at the top
g level amid charges by
ministers that the
were deliberately
progress. Israel's
linister Yitzhak Shamir
uliii to have his first
with Prime Minister
Khalil. head of the
negotiating team.
r Minister Yosef Burg,
the Israeli delegation,
ith U.S. special
dor Sol Linowitz. But a
"j meeting scheduled
>ned
ment sourcM in Cairo
that little or no
Aould he made. Israeli
wire quoted as saying
Egyptians were holding
aik^ and that the recent
i Israel in the Kgyptian
re an attempt to conceal
ording to the Israelis.
tian tactic ever since the
iy talks began was to
subjects for discussion
switch to other issues as
Some progress was made
st subjects.
EVA The board of the
[ Nations Conference on
nd Development adopted
pion that would provide
help for the Palestine
on Organization. It was
denounced by the
I delegate to UNCTAD.
Hiaahiv
esolution. adopted by a
163-13 with 14 abstentions,
brrutied on behalf of the
[of 77, an alignment of
>orld nations. A similar
on was adopted at the
conference last summer
it was opposed by
Yasir A raft
Australia. New Zealand and
Norway. This time, those
countries abstained.
Kliashiv said: "It is no secret
that parts of that resolution as
well as of the resolution before us
were initiated and inspired by the
so-called PLO We strongly
oppose any kind of assistance
which might be implied to the
PLO. an organization which
makes no secret of its avowed
objectives, set forth in its
covenant, of destroying Israel, a
member state of the United
Nations. "
ALBANY The Office of
Special Investigation (OSI) of
the Justice Department will
appeal Judge Anthony
DeGaeto's denial of its case
against accused Nazi war
criminal Vilis Hazners.
According to Allan Ryan Jr.,
deputy director of the OSI. a
notice of appeal has been filed
and the appeal brief is due Apr.
10 at the Board of Immigration
Appeals in Washington.
The Justice Department had
asked DeGaeto. who is an Immi-
gration and Naturalization
Service (INS) judge, to disqualify
himself from the case last fall
after a Jewish Telegraphic
Agency report last Aug. 24
revealed that two years earlier he
had remarked from the bench
that Jews always answer
questions with questions.
DeGaeto did not choose this
option.
DeGaeto ruled on Feb. 27 that
INS could not deport Hazners. a
74-year-old resident of Dresden.
N.Y.. because the government
had failed to prove that he had
concealed his participation in the
Holocaust. The judge told the
JTA his ruling was mailed on
that date from his New York City
office to Ivars Berzins, Hazners
attorney. and the OSI.
TEL AVIV The ultra-
nationalist Tehiya faction an-
nounced that it plans to send a
delegation to the U.S. to rally its
supporters in favor of Israel's
randals Deface Gravestones
In Non-Jewish Cemetery
ONN (JTA) Vandals defaced 74 gravestones
Nazi symbols and slogans in the non-Jewish Berlin-
lan cemetery here. Police suspect that the per-
l^S k?'on to neo-Nazi groups. Swastikas were
rf" on 2o of the gravestones and others were painted
[the characters "SS" in runic letters and such slogans
"leu Hitler" and "Juden Raus" (Jews get out). Swas-
flnd other Nazi symbols were found carved on
y trees.
IEANWHILE, a number of West German news-
P published articles on Albert Speer, who was
f s Minister for Armament during World War II, on
pension of his 75th birthday.
rp^r ws sentenced to 20 years in prison for his part
pe Nazis' forced labor program. He was released from
Wau prison in 1966 and has since published several
tes of memoirs.
position on the administered
territories so that it can with-
stand expected pressure from
Washington after the 1980
Presidential elections.
Tehiya. comprising disaffected
Herut members and religious
militants who oppose the peace
treaty with Egypt and demand
that Israel annex the West Bank.
Gaza Strip and Golan Heights, is
regarded as Prime Minister
Menachem Begins opposition to
the right.
Hut according to its leader. Tel
Aviv University Prof. Yuval
Ne'eman. its delegates will go to
the U.S. to create an atmosphere
in support of Begins stand
against American pressure for
concessions by Israel.
WASHINGTON Secretary
of State Cyrus Vance has
presented the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee with an
overall U.S. foreign policy" in
which he listed the achievement
of a comprehensive peace
agreement in the Middle East
among four primary problems in
the world today, all of them
centering on that region.
He emphasized the importance
of resolving the Arab-Israeli
conflict and noted that
"immediate attention" is being
given to the autonomy
negotiations between Israel,
Kgypt and the U.S. He said the
parties are now discussing
"substantive issues like security,
water and land."
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Foreign Minister Yitz-
hak Shamir said that he
intended to take an active
part in the autonomy nego-
tiations with Egypt and the
U.S. He also said that May
26 is not the final date for
completion of the talks but
merely a desired date.
Shamir's remarks echoed
those of Prime Minister
Menachem Begin who stressed in
a speech in Maalot yesterday
that the May 26 target date set in
the Camp David accords was not
a deadline. Begin noted that it
had taken six months rather than
the targeted three, to negotiate
the Kgyptian-Israeli peace treaty
and similarly the autonomy talks
could proceed for as long as it
takes to reach agreement.
THESE COMMENTS by
Shamir and Begin appreared
intended to prepare the public for
the all but certain prospect that
the autonomy talks will not be
completed by May 26. Reports
from Washington indicated that
the U.S. also realizes that the
chance for a successful conclusion
by that date is exceedingly slim.
Nevertheless, the U.S. is
urging Israel to make the most of
the time available until May 26.
Special Ambassador Sol
Linowitz, is expected to make
that point.
Interior Minister Yosef Burg,
Israel's chief negotiator in the
autonomy talks, told the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee todav that
neither Egypt nor the U.S. ob-
jected to his proposal to speed up
the negotiations. Burg suggested
that the top level autonomy team
meet on a weekly basis instead of
about once a month as has been
the case until now.
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|The 'Fifth Question'
This is the weekend of Choi Hamoed Pesach.
The last two days of Passover will be celebrated on
Monday and Tuesday
The Rabbinical Association is recommending
the addition of a fifth question to the usual Vier
Kashes asked during the sedorim: What can I do to
insure the survival of the Jewish people?" We ap-
plaud the thought
The last days of Passover are almost contiguous
with the coming observance Apr. 13 of Remembrance
Day 1980. calling to mind the Holocaust that led to
the Nazi slaughter of six million Jews The proposed
Fifth Question" is historically apt.
One way. according to the rabbinical proposal,
to insure the survival of the Jewish people is through
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. The story in
the Haggadah of the exodus from Egypt reminds us
of the need of countless Jews today throughout the
world for deliverance from their own bondage.
There are Many 'Egypts'
There are Russian Jews who seek deliverance
from the Pharaohs of the Kremlin, and they need
CJA-IEF's assistance to emigrate. But there are also
Jews living in our own midst who depend upon the
life-sustaining services of the Federation campaign,
and these services are as much a deliverance from the
bondage of their crushing poverty as was the exodus
from Egypt described in the Haggadah
According to Federation officials, the CJA-IEF
campaign is currently some $2 million ahead of last
year's campaign at the same time. Still, there is the
record goal this year of S18.3 million to meet, and the
goal must be met if deliverance from the many
"Egypts" for Jews throughout the world is to occur.
The "Fifth Question" is indeed an important
one 'What can I do to in-ure the survival
Jewish people?" The answer is far k plex than
God's way with the Phar .nd far
inally rewarding: < live to > J \-I EF
Home Settlements
Then is growing concern among ricanJi
well as Israelis, that the Israel government -
concentration of Jewish settlement1- on the W(
Bank is resulting in the neglect of increasing Jew
settlements within Israel proper. No matter how
feels about the issue of West Bank settlements, there
is no question that the development of such area- as
the dalilee and the Negev are vital to Israel's future.
Rabbi Alexander Schindler. president of ne
Union of American Hebrew Congregations. p< r.ts
out that of 1.250 new housing units planned. .000
are for the West Bank. 200 for the Golan Height a
sprinkling for the Galilee hilltop settlements and
nothing at all for the Arava." In his view, the entire
nation is disadvantaged."
Israel is trying to reduce government spending
in an effort to curb inflation. But to eliminate almost
entirely funds for developing settlements within
Israel is shortsighted, not to mention a denial of the
spirit of Zionism and the call for aliya.
There are plentiful figures available from Israeli
government agencies to show that the large birth
rate of Israeli Arabs will mean that the Galilee will
have more Arabs than Jews unless many more Jews
settle there.
The Negev is the empty space where Israel's
future development was first forecast by David Ben
Guion. Israel's first Prime Minister, who tried to set
an example by moving there himself. The govern-
ment's aim should be to encourage Israelis, both
newcomers and its young people, to move into the
area.
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Friday, April 4. 1980 18 NISAN 5740
Volume 53 Number 14
Riddle of Argentine Jewry
A FASCINATING nddle
deserving careful consideration,
even if it can not be solved this
moment is the two-headed com
:hat purports to be the Argentine
Jewish commur..
One head projects the gr
anti-Semitism ir. trfpntina in
almost Hitlenar. proportion It
details the We and trials of
Jacobo Timerman. the dis-
tinguished Buenos Aires Jewish
journalist put under house arrest
for several years purportedly
because of the editorial positions
taken by his newspaper. La
Opmk against the totalitarian
government, before be was finally
released and allowed to go to
Israel, where he is taking up life
anew
THE SAME head seizes upon
a recent Amnesty International
Leo
Mindlin
study of Argentina's growing
fascism, the burgeoning of a new
- of political opponents of the
regime, who have become a part
iisappeareds. a cadre of
persons doomed to un-
documented perdition in the
country's developing network of
concentration camps
Among the disappeareds are
Jews who. according to the .Am-
nesty [atari
singled out for |
treat.-
-ration _for?
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about the Jew -
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else
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counterfeit if tne derma A
totalitarianism, ar.d taA
Semitism ir. rental ei|
from the government .-.self Tajl
for example, a publication aj
titled irg,
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Palestine Would be Soviet Toe-Hold
B> LANE KIRKLANT)
I am honored to receive the
annual Jules Cohen Award of the
Philadelphia Jewish Community
Relations Council
I accept this award in the spirit
in which it is intended as a
symbol and confirmation of the
abiding community of interest
between the American labor
movement and the constellation
of organizations that comprise
the N JCRAC .
FOR THE moment, the
Egyptian-Israeli negotiations
have been pushed out of the
headlines by the momentous
events in Iran and Afghanistan
But in fact those events lend a
new urgency to the process that
began at Camp David and ought
to bring a new clarity to
American policy in the Middle
East
In recent months, we have
heard repeated suggestions from
high places that American in-
terests would best be served by-
abandoning our opposition to
relations with the PLO and the
establishment of a Palestinian
State. Such opposition, we have
heard, serves only the narrow,
short-term interest of the in-
transigent Israelis, and even this
interest would be neautralized if
the PLO generously stated its
acceptance of Israel's right to
exist
Who can now doubt that the
establishment of a Palestinian
State a PLO State would
be a direct threat to the
economic, political.and strategic
interests of the United States and
of the entire Western alliance?
:::-:::-:-:^:::-:::-::-:v:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.;.:.
Lane Kirkland is pres-
ident of the AFLCIO
This part of an address he
delivered at the plenum of
the S'ational Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council
on receiving the annual
Jules Cohen Award of the
JCRC in Philadelphia
recently.
IT IS NO accident that the
Ayatullah s gunmen received
their training from the PLO. and
that Yassir Arafat has offered
material and political support to
Khomeini's campaign to
humiliate the United States.
A Palestinian State would be.
like Iran, a terrorist state a
state that employs assassins,
kidnappers, bomb-throwers, as a
matter of official policy How can
it be in the interest of the United
States to faciliate the creation of
such a state even if Israel did
not exist?
::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::::::::-:::::::::
On Jul)
Sii/henit--
to the New York VFLCIOei
the question
THE BITTFK experienced
the Israelis at :h* hand of
terrorists has no* been trans-
mitted to the American pwp
via the A\atollah Khomeini "
have been warm-.: fthedjaf*
It is tragic that look "*
capture ol AnwricM
Embassy and of 50 ^mencaMW
arouse us
A Palestinian D *< pro-Soviet state in the entrp
heartland of the world To perms
establishment of such an enuj
in the wake of the Soviet invastt
of Afghanistan and continual
threat to Iran, would be
geopolitical disaster for w
United States
Unless suicide has beeoofOB
foreign policy, the United Sti
must not let this happen w
United States should be utterij
intransigent ,n its W""Jj|
the emplacement of >ucr "
at the throat of human de*v
even if Israel should beconvj
foolhardy or so coerced *
embrace it.
THEAFL-CIOwio^ntin*w
do all in its power to P*J"2
erosion of support M' in'^
democratic state in the NMJ
Fast not only for Israels***
but for our own
Let us have no O
.rtall _
American as rel
ota
VTi
shall not succeed in pro*
,,-aeb-
.nterests in the Mj^JS
unleas we are prepared to supF*
Continued on Page 13-A
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1980
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Settlements to Continue,
Begin Will Tell Carter
Holocaust Day
Gables Leader Plays Key Role
Continued from Pane 1-A
lot Hank Arab townot Hebron
Lnd ..pinion in Israel and
,*n criticism from many pi
[. friends abroad, Begin
r ,,,.. ,m on the subject. He
''. ,1 .i political dedaion
' the correction" of an
:.,, Wrong *hen Hebron
Lnwen <- lied by Vrabs in the
B9 uprising
BEGIN S MDthc fad that (he
bbiiwi on waa l,|op,,,(1
margin made it no
i ven .i majority of
L he said. He
fidenl thai the
|m,rI eign Affairs and
curity I'ommittee would reject
Movement's
L the Hebron
-
J Begin said his government
lould continue to rule as Ions aa
1. ,. ., : irity and all
(the Peace Sow l< monatrntiona
I nut hi Ip He said he had no
kention nl resigning even if
O.immi j.. >pl< demonstrated
ii,.i conatitute
and one-half
Knesset
[Masiko Retires;
M-DCC Seeks
New Prexy

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Di Masiko
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and numerous
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mal recognition for
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novation
Ijhe Miami-Dade Hoard of
pustees has began a nationwide
fcarrh for a succesaor to Dr.
fla>iki l!i, Hoard announced a
sidential selection procedure
M completed before July 1.
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He said most of his feliow
ministers felt the government
should serve out its term "in view
of the progress made in various
fields He said he would run in
the next .lections hut would
retire from politics when he turns
Td three years from now
WITH RESPECT to Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman's recent
hints thai he might resign
because ol Ins conflicts with
government policies. Begin said
It happened before that ;i
minister resigned and the
government did not fall
Reacting to the Begin in-
terview, the opposition Labor
Part) said it proved that the
Prime Minister is not living in
the real world and does not
understand what is happening
around him
The time ha~ passed when
Begin could appear on the |TVI
screen and try to mislead the
people t hat t he economic
situation is Improving and the
international situation is better
than ever, Labor spokesman
said
David Schaecter, Coral
Gables industrialist.
philanthropist, and sur-
vivor of Auschwitz and
Ruchenwald during World
War II. will play a key role
in the communitywide oh
sen ance of Holocaust Day
1980 on Sunday. Apr. 13. at
:.'!() p.m., when he portrays
his experiences as a Jewish
teen-ager living under the
Nazi terror to an expected
audience ol more than 7.000
at the Miami Heath
Theater ol the Performing
\rls
Holocaust Day 1980 is a
community w ide remembrance
and memorial lor the six million
victims ol the Nazi planned
extermination of the Jewish
people during the Second World
War
PLANNED UNDER the
auspices ni the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
Relations Committee and the
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, with additional
I tin id Schat i fer
financial support pro\ ided by the
City oi Miami Beach and bade
County, the commemoration is
the first day ol a week long
period designated as Holocaust
Week by the President's Com-
mission on the Holocaust.
Schaecter, horn in Czechoslo-
vakia, was an inmate of Ausch-
witz and Muchenwald for four
years between the ages of 11 and
14.
He escaped while in transit to
another camp and was hidden by
the Czech t nderground until the
end of the war.
ARRIVING IN the United
States m 1949. he came to Miami
in 1956 He now lives in Coral
Gables with his wile, Marvis
Schaecter is president ol the DNS
Industries
He currently serves on the
Community Chaplaincy Service,
Miami Jewish Federation's
family ot agencies and is a past
member ol Federation's Hoard of
Directors. A member ol the
Pacesel ter I)i\ ision ol
Federation 9 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Schaecter is also a member of
I'( mple Meth I)a\ id.
Holocaust Day ceremonies will
aUo be highlighted by an address
by Arthur .1 Goldberg, former
United States Supreme Court
Justice and United Slates
Ambassador to the United
Vi! urns
Anne I.is, Gustafson, Danish
consul in Miami, will receive the
Righteous Gentile Award on
behall ol the Danish people and
their role in saving the lives of
that country's Jews during
World War II
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Churches to Act
Plan Resolution in May on Middle East Peace
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTAI The
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Council of Churches will consider
a resolution on the Middle East
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May 7 to 9 which calls for Arab
states and Palestinian Arabs to
accept Israel as a Jewish State'
and urges Israel to recognize the
right of "national self-
determination for the Palestinian
Arabs'' including their right to
"a sovereign state
The draft resolution also
endorses L'nited Nat;
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and 338. as well as the I N
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peace settlement
ANY OF the 266 hoard
mbera may offer chai
the 2^-pagt resolution at the May
meeting which will be considered
by the drafting committee before
it is presented for final adoption
in November
The NCC'b human rights
committee meet and with the 12
national Jewish organizations
that belong to the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisor.- Council to discuss the
proposed resolution, as well as
the recent two-week fact-finding
tour of Israel. Syria. Lebanon.
Egypt and Jordan by the NCC s
Middle East Panel The Human
Rights Committee is also
scheduled to meet with Arab
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Americans before the May board
meeting
Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum.
director of the American Jewish
Committee's interreligious affairs
department, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he
hopes and expects the NCC
governing board to adopt a
resolution in May that will reject
the extreme \iewpoints of both
sides of Um Vrab-Israi i conflict.
HE SAID if the NO
U ma> preclude
attempt-
hian Christian
f New York and All
allies
, get '.."< >r>;anization which
ProU -tant and
doi church group* to adopt
ant:-Israel raaoftlUOfM
The present resolution comes
after the Ar.tiochian Church
group tried to get a resolution
adopted last November which
accused Israel of violating human
rights Tanenbaum noted that
the November resolution was full
of sheer lies and defamation of
Israel and singled out the Jewish
State as the lone violator of
human rights in the Middle East.
-Id"
The NCC last November.
decided instead of voting on the
Antiochian resolution to develop
a mpreheni poh> >
- It also
ded to Stud a fact-finding
earlier
trip, the
in Naa
.. rod w which v.,is
ted Jewish
organisations becauae they
-idered that the NCC had
demonstrated a pro Arab bias
TANENBAUM said the
meeting helped r*,,^
relations between the N'Cf f
the Jewish groups Me *'
hoped the NCC leaders
with Christians. Moslem, ,
Jews in both Israel and the Am
ewnya. "daveloped *\
which I hope *,. ^
important correctn '
the
"in** I
images and distorted
- 'nehunn
they have had at-
rights situation
He said h. ,hf
pariancaaofth.
changes .,
resolution wl a drij|.
before th' M I
Tantnrwiurr. .Jewi4 j
groups
they woul I
publi.
"d Rabti i
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No Real Policy Change
Who Runs U.S. Foreign Policy?
B> JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Page 7-A
WASHINGTON -
(JTM Kfsults of Sec-
tary of State Cyrus
Nance's two bouts in the
Kenate and House on the
tnti-Israel UN Security
[Council Resolution 465 of
Mar l appear to be on
Ithese lines:
Notwithstanding Presi-
dent Carter's disavowal on
Mar. 3 of the U.S. vote for
it and his expressions that
his policy has not changed
[towards Israel. Vance's
[testimony tended to con-
form to all aspects of the
resolution and the entire
[matterended there.
DESPITE CARTER'S state-
Iment* that .Jerusalem ifl an "un-
(iiMiltti city." Vance repeatedly
hold the Senate Foreign Relations
[Committee and the Howe
[Foreign \ffairs Committee <>n
(successive days that East
[Jerusalem is occupied territory"
land even referred t" the Rogers
'l.m ol 1969 thai called on Israel
[in withdraw from "occupied"
I territories
Although no Securitj Council
resolution thai asserts "Pales
Itinian and Vrab lands" has been
previously approved by the U.S.,
iVanct1 dismissed tins vital
language change as "demo-
graphic description" and "merelj
descriptive language
While the Security Council's
record shows the I s approving
the resolution and the I S com
meiit saying thai "dismantling"
of the settlements "including
East Jerusalem" is "impractical"
(Carter said "dismantling" is
improper and impractical"),
V ame rejected suggestions that a
U S statement be placed in the
UN files the President's own
words of Mar 3 and his list of
"principles the following week
to set the record straight
Later, a specialist was asked,
why not? It would irritate the
Arabs," was the answer.
IN EXPRESSING concern
about the resolution's impact on
the autonomy talks. Carter had
said the resolution violated key
aspects of his policy toward
Israel, particularly on .Jerusalem.
Name simply testified that the
President's disavowal resulted
from concern that the Egyptian-
Israeli autonomy talks would be
impaired.
Vance's testi mony
corroborated earlier State
Department responses thai the
resolution was unsuitable at
tins time meaning, ap-
parently, the timing, not the
coin.nt. was the basis tor the
dis,i\ ow al
Hi olution 165 does not men-
tion Resolul urns 2 12 and 338 that
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\ ance defended it In all its
aspects although in both Houses
ol Congress it was emphasized
the new resolution, if carried out,
destroys (he earlier resolutions
and the '...sis tor the autonomy
talks
THESE DIFFERENCES in
outlook and attempts at
justification of policy at the
highest levels in the U.S. govern-
ment have made many wonder
who makes policy and speaks for
it. Since Vance refused to make
available to the Senate and the
Mouse any documentation of
what led up the Mar. 1 vote, the
situation remains unclear as to
the I' S position.
Such confusion apparently
caused Sen. Jack Danforth (R..
Mo.I to exclaim that the Ad-
ministration is indulging in
gross hypocrisy," while Rep.
Millicent Fenwick IK.. N.J.I
exclaimed that "it is very hard to
sa) our policy is unchanged and
vote tor so many things that
represent change." Sen. deorge
McGovern ID., S [).i. who has
angered friends of Israel by his
overture to the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization, told Vance
thai the 1 S should have ab
stained or vetoed the resolution
because ol the harm it was doing
When UN Ambassador Donald
\b Henry, who cast the I' S vote
in the Security Council, was dis-
cussing the resolution the
morning alter the President
repudiated It. he said the "settle
ment in Hebron was the cause
tin the I S support ol the
Securitj Council action Mm
Vance, near the end of his
testimony in the House, seemed
to have doubts about the im-
portance ot the Hebron situation
in iel.it ion to I he resolul ion
JONATHAN BINGHAM ID.,
\ i told him "You are remark-
ahh insensitive al times to the
feelings of Israelis, particularly
regarding Hebron." Hingham
noted the return of Jewish
families was not B settlement in
the normal sense but Jews
moving back to their houses
from which Jews were driven in
the pogrom of 192H."
Vance replied that the matter
is not clear in my own mind with
respect to Hebron. It remains to
be seen how that can be
clarified."
I n supporting the resolution's
aspects and U.S. policy calling
settlements illegal" and "an
obstacle to peace." Adminis-
tration spokesmen and their
allies in Congress and the media
have used Israelis and American
Jews who have spoken out
against settlements. Typical was
the remark to Vance by Rep. Joel
Pritchard (R.. Wash.), who said:
"We should say the settlements
are counter -productive and that
many in Israel and Jews in this
country agree."
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Continued from Page 1 A
near Mecca to enlist in a Jihad
("holy war") to wrest Jerusalem
from Israel. Pakistan's leader.
Gen. Zia ul-Haq. joined Arafat in
haranguing the crowd to 'lib-
erate Jerusalem.
Pakistan promised Jordan's
King Hussein that it would aid in
the "liberation of Palestine in
defense of Islam against the
sacrilege committed against our
faith.'' Pakistani planes, pilots,
and other military forces were
stationed in Jordan during the
early 1970s.
Pakistani solidarity with the
Arabs is illustrated by the fact
that the Arabs' boycott office has
Pamela Turetsky
is helping bring the
dream within reach for
1600 elderly in Dade County
who receive a hot Kosher meal
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Abraham H. Foxman is as-
sociate national director of
the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
stated that it considers Pakistan
to be "Arab."
DURING THE perid of
growing Arab threats to destroy
Israel just prior to the Six-Day
War. Pakistan's foreign minister
declared Israel's very existence
"a flagrant injustice." After
1967. a major policy statement
by leftist leader (later President!
Zulkicar Ali Bhutto proclaimed
that Pakistanis are not only
duty bound to liberate the
Moslems of Indian-occupied
Kashmir, but also those of
Jewish-occupied Jerusalem."
So strong is anti-Zionism that
Israel is often linked with the
ancient enemy. India: the term
"Indian-Zionist plot is a popular
one with the Pakistani media.
Nevertheless. when floods
ravaged Pakistan in 1970. Israel
was one of the first nations to
respond with aid. (The Arab
states did not respond at all I
\tter a large shipment of food
and medicines was flown from
Israel to Karachi, the Pakistan
government said it would accept
no more help from the Israelis
PAKISTAN'S anti-Semitism
is an anti-Semitism without
Jews, there being only 250 to 300
Jews in the entire country. ac-
cording to most recent estimates.
The Jews are concentrated in
Karachi and carry Indian.
Iranian or Western passports,
not Pakistani documents. The
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has emigrated to India. Iran or
Israel.
Anti-Jewish animus in Pakis-
tan was typified by a mining
engineer, educated in the West,
who was quoted in a New York
Times survey of anti-Semitic
attitudes as saying:
"American banks are con-
trolled by Jews, so of course.
Washington supports Israel
against the interests of the entire
Islamic world ... we Pakistanis
think the Germans were right in
World War II."
ONE OF the most blatant
expressions of Pakistani anti-
Semitism was the publication of
the book. A History of Jewish
Crimee, bv Shakil Ahmed Zia. in
the 1960s'. The volume is filled
with virulent and hysterical
attacks on Jews
Dan n. an influential English-
language newspaper in Pakistan,
has quoted the Protocols of the
Elders of Zion." the notorious
("zarist forgery, in condemning
the Jewish people
Such hate propaganda has its
effects. Several years ago a
student, screaming anti-Jewish
slogans, smashed into the office
of Pan Am World Airways in
Karachi and tried to set the
premises on fire. The youth said
he thought the airline
owned by Jews. At about that
same time. Pakistan officially
banned the Cecil B. DeMille film
Tea Commandments, in
accord with the wishes of Moslem
leaders who called the movie
offensive to Islam and described
I )e\Iille as a Jewish producer
ONE OF the leading anti-
Semitic journals of the Moslem
world is Yaqeen International, a
hi weekly published in Pakistan
Purportadly Presenting Islam
in Its Pristine Purity," Yaqeei
publishes blatant anti-Jewish
slander
Some yean ago when
Jerusalem's Al -Aqsa Mosque
was damaged in a fire set by a
Christian fanatic land repaired
by the Israelis), a Yaqeen article.
The Myth of Israel." asserted
that the fire can only kindle the
fire of hate in Muslim heart |
Thus Israels concern about an
American military aid agreement
with Pakistan is quite under-
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Strains appeared to be
developing in Israeli-Egyptian
relations following President
Anwar Sadat's complaint that
Israel is dragging its feet in the
autonomy negotiations and the
sharp response by Israel's chief
negotiator. Interior Minister
Yosef Burg, who suggested that
the delegations start dealing with
the "difficult problems per-
taining to eacter and substance of
proposed autonomy."
Sadat said, in an interview
with writer Amos Elon published
in Haaretz. that he was "partly
disappointed'' with Israel
because of the failure to make
progress in the autonomy talks
and the Israel lobby's efforts in
Washington to thwart the supply
of advanced American arms to
Egypt Sadat also warned that if
there is no progress on autonomy
by the Mas -<> deadline set by the
Camp David accords, "a new
situation" would arise He would
not elaborate.
Bl'RG. for his part, sent cables
t<> his negotiating partners.
Prime Minister Mustapha Khalil
ol Egypt, and U.S. Special
Ambassador Sol I.inowitz.
suggesting that they step up the
pace of the autonomy talks by
scheduling weekly plenary
sessions, while the lower level
working groups continue their
meetings j In-fore
Another si^rn that Israeli-
Egyptian relations are not
running smoothly hardly a
month after the two countries
exchanged ambassadors was the
break-off in trade neg.,.,,,ns
Tel Aviv. The Kantian
delegate left the countr>
without reaching a lr ?
agreement with Israel -tv!
parties decided to continue their
talks, but no time or place wer.
set.
The negotiations are concerned
with a customs agreement Z
transfer of goods from on*
country to the other and
procedures for issuing import and
export licenses
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solution of the Palestinian
problem
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have bogged dow n enot
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In Minneapolis
Hate Sermons Evoke Shock
lit to right are Bernice S. Tannenbaum. national president of
ladassah. who presents its first "Lovers of Peace" Award to
|rue/"> famed "peace pilot," Abie Nathan, who organized
t el's medical relief for Cambodians where he worked with
Wunteer Hadassah doctors in the field hospitals. Gladys Zaln,
Wreenu ich. Conn., dinner chairman, looks on.
Hadassah Honors Israel's
Peace Pilot Abie Nathan
Continued from Pane 1-A
iffenng ami shelling of the
ol Lebanon, the Peace
up sailed into Beirut carrying a
rgo ol an ambulance and
(in.il supplies to aid the un-
rtun.iw victims of violence
used bj guests in their own
untrj When the Peace Ship
|bs i. k be sailed to
torus where he distributed the
irgo among the 1-ebanese
iigees there
ROSE MM /.KIN. national
ti Mi dual Organization
airman, said that Hadassah
ttors, volunteering in the
m Id hospitals, ex-
essed gratitude to Nathan
hn helped us immensely in
ctical ways.' Dinner chair
n Gladys /.ales, announced
was raised at the
ner lur the Hadassah Medical
ganization
In response, Nathan said. "For
i *( Israelis have been the
I nts ol America's
inerositv and good will Mut we.
i in : position to give.
well a~ to receive Therefore,
the voluntary contributions
f> he Israeli pa pie send to our
Foundation, 1 plan to
Hadassah with a sum of
nej to be held in trust
relieve suffering in
" nited States whether from
I r fire or whatever We
| want Americans to know
iat ecare about them "
N 'than said his peace ship,
fhich 9 on AM and KM
quencies outside of Israels
pritorial waters, is manned by
international crew of 12 to 16
blunteer- and broadcasts 24
Dur- .. (i.n Between sessions of
weal, pop. Arabic. Israeli and
\ an music the most
popular with listeners he
carries public service announce-
ments for health, education and
civic groups and promotes peace
through talk shows
"NO ONE ever has a
microphone alone only to give
his side," Nathan explained.
There is always a dialogue \t a
result of this fairness format' we
have a large audience which
knows that they can depend on
us to present all sides of an
issue."
Recently, he said, "a young
woman wrote to us from the
Sudan and described how sur-
prised she was to tune into an
Israeli sounding station where
Hebrew was spoken and then
followed by an .Arabic response
with a differing point of v lew.
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with that institution but many
students attend its services.
Morton Ryweck. executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council of
Minneapolis and of the Anti-
Defamation league of Minnesota
and the Dakotas, saw O'Neill's
sermons as a reminder "that
theologically-based Christian
anti-Semitism is still with us.
notwithstanding the progress
that has been made in recent
decades in reforming church
teaching and certain liturgical
references about the Jews and
Judaism."
O'Neill initially defended his
nvidious references to Jews on
rrounds that he was merely
luoting Biblical verses about
lews to provide examples
elevant to Christian living.
Later he disavowed some of his
more scurrilous remarks,
claiming they were taken out of
context and distorted by his
critics. In a Jan. 27 sermon, he
called the Jews a "reprobate
people who had spurned God's
will and said that "the nation of
Israel [aces more contempt and
more suspicion than any other
nation
ACCORDING to the tran-
script of that sermon. O'Neill
thanked the Lord'" for "the clear
lesson from Israel, that if we go
lor our own material and financial
prosperity, according to our own
plans, we w ill never have enough
money." With respect to the
Holocaust, he said:
"I do believe that many of us
are weak in our interpretation of
why things like the Holocaust
happen, and I do think that at
times u ~ certainly good to blame
the secondary causes. It io
certainly good to blame the
Germans or blame ourselves, but
it is important to see what God's
explanation is and it's Ezekiel 39
and verse 23. "And the nations
shall know that the house of
Israel went into captivity for
their iniquity because they dealt
so treacherously with me that I
hid my face from them and gave
them into the hands of their
adversaries.' According to
O'Neill, the Germans did the
damage but "God withdrew his
protecting sword.''
On Feb. 14, the CRA issued a
statement signed by all members
which called attention to
O'Neill's sermons of Jan. 13, 20
and 27. "In our estimation these
sermons contain numerous
overtly anti-Jewish statements.
The CRA deplores and rejects
these statements and expresses
its willingness to meet with
various Christian bodies to
prepare an appropriate, studied
response to the problem of anti-
Semitic elements in Christian
preaching."
ON MARCH 12, the Min
neaota Council of Churches
issued its own statement, signed
by Monroe Bell, Interim
Executive Director, which it said
"reflects fairly the prevailing
opinions among the leadership of
IT church bodies in the state of
Minnesota with a total mem-
bership of about a million per-
sons."' The statement reaffirmed
"our affection for the Jewish
people and our gratitude for their
cultural heritage which has
enriched and ennobled human life
for thousands of years '
With respect to O'Neill, the
statement observed that "Our
S (Rev. Ernest) O'Neill^
x initially defended his &
vi vidious references to Jews on B
5 grounds that he was merely
:: quoting Biblical verses about 8
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S relevant to Christian living. :
S Later he disavowed some of'*
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scriptures, both Old and New
Testaments, call on us to be
reticent in passing judgement.
We affirm that the Rev. Mr.
O'Neill is fully entitled to hold
and express his opinions. He has
declared that the opinions he
expressed regarding the Jewish
people are derived from the true
reading of scripture and
Christian faith. We disagree."
A statement issued by the
Minnesota Inter-religious
Committee on Christian Jewish
Relations on March 12, com-
mended the CRA. the Council of
Churches "and other concerned
Christians for their forthright
criticism of Rev. Ernest O'Neill's
recent anti-Semitic sermons."
IN A SERMON delivered at
the Campus Church on March 16.
O'Neill accused his critics of
gross distortion and charged that
they were trying to start a witch
hunt."
He claimed, "They took the
transcripts (of the sermons! and
distorted some of the phrases .
I am concerned for the Jewish
friends who heard these lies and
want you to know that they are
lies, he said. He insisted that he
has "no time" for those who
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Passover Messages
Tradition Demands Support
By L. JULES ARKIN
President
MYRON J. BRODIE
Executive Vice President
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
Every moment of every
century since Moses, our poeple
have worked for a dream. At
Passover, as we read and
celebrate freedom from bondage
in Egypt, all of us who work
toward fulfilling that dream
through the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation are guided by
remembrance, taking action to
assure freedom and justice for all
Jews.
This Passover, our voices are
raised in defense of Soviet Jews
right to practice their faith, and
to find freedom in lands of free
choice and opportunity. Our
concerns, through our support of
the Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund, are felt
in the new immigrant housing
going up in Israel as well as in
new housing for the elderly in
South Beach. Our tradition of
social justice for all reaches the
remnants of Jewish communities
in Eastern Europe and the
villages of Ethiopia's Falashan
Jews.
IT IS Ol'R heritage that we
uphold the traditions of our
people. It is our heritage too.
that we bear the responsibility
for meeting our fellow Jews
needs openly, generously and
with pride
Through our tradition of
Tzedai ih, this communit\
fulfills that responsibility i>>
offering a complete life support
system tor thousands ol Jewish
elderly, Including care and
nutrition, comfort and dignity in
old age The Federation family
transmits the meaning of
Judaism to men and women of all
ages through education, through
professional attention to family
life, and through opportunities
for community sen Ice and
cultural programs.
Helping people in need is the
very essence <>f the Passover
holiday At the seder we open the
I. Jules Arkin
Mvrnn.l lirotlit-
door lor Elijah. We welcome the
gueal and stranger Written in
the Haggadah and as ,i m^ on
that open door, we recite, Let all
who are in need enter and be
fed and be sen ed Thai
ancient tradition became Israel's
reason lor existence \nd its
reason tor survival Keeping the
door open to ever) Jew who
needs to enter to live in
freedom as a Jew
DURING PASSOVER and
even day, the door must !* kept
open to provide services through
a growing family ol agencies
throughout the world We must
remember the millions ol Jews
still locked inside Russia \\ ,-
must remember the 300.000 .lew s
in Urael still living in abject
poverty, lacking the social
services necessary to become
productive Israeli citizens
We must meet the needs of our
elderly .lews on S.uth Beach, the
poor, the handicapped, the
young. We must provide all of
the members of our Jewish famil)
with the reassurance that there is
a Greater Miami Jewish
Federation which cares deeply
and acts compassionately
We in Greater Miami are part
of this worldwide family. We are
partners with the people of Israel
in building a new life for our
people. This is an endeavor which
dates back to the time of the
Exodus we recall at Passover
each year
AS WE JOIN with our own
families for this Jewish festival of
freedom, we can say that, as one
family, we are keeping alive the
spirit of Passover through
assuming our responsibility as
individual members of a great
Jewish community
This responsibility is one
which we assume each aruievrrv
year through the CJA-IEF. It
assures us that we will be one
people tor many Passovers to
come For ( J.VIFF s message is
oneol fulfilling dreams of justice
and freedom tor ourseh ee and for
those who are still denied them
(>ur responsibility tOOUr fellow
Jews lias created a spirit ol
oneness that has bound our
people together tor centuries \
spirit which tells us that each
Jew must regard himsell as it he
personall) had gone out ol Eg) pt
that we, t he Jews ol today
were then We wire there with
Moses m the Sinai and we
were there in thi' concentration
camps ol the Holocaust
Aj Passover, we look toward
our responsibility to our people
and we will continue to work
at upholding the just, free spirit
Ol Passover in the name ol Jews
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\s we celebrate Passover this
\ear. we reali/e once again that
the pendulum of Jewish history
swings back and forth, from the
past to the present to the future
and back again to the past.
The ancient Hebrews were a
desert people. When they fled
from Kgypt to wander forty years
in the desert, they became a
nation, seeking the land which
had been promised to them by
God
IT WAS the prophet F.zekiel
who said. Son of Man. set they
face toward the South And in
recent times. David Hen (lurion.
u modern Jewish prophet and the
first Prime Minister of Israel.
constantly urged that the South-
land of Israel, the Negev Itegion.
he developed and inhabited.
It weighed heavily on Hen
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Negev within three years one
> ear of which is almost gone Hut
the Negev, despite some remark-
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Bonds Spur Development
Preceding Page
>ni I'd with the help
dollars, is still
pn An entire
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transportation,
water, energy.
It n- of daily life
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I sracl this
an historic oppor
neve what was
Hi;i (iunon when
in rebuilding of
the Nege>
To help Israel in ita awesome
task, the Israel Himd Organiza-
tion has launched a SI billion
Economic Development for Peace
Ix>an Issue The money will be
Used to Start a number of priontv
projects in the Nege\ and else-
where, so as to build a lasting
peace
THIS, we remain participants
in the history of the Jewish
people as we celebrate PaSSOVer
and. at the same time, under-
stand the meaning, significance
and centrality of Israel Bonds in
the future of Israel.
Continued from Page 1-A
the hope and courage of the
Israelites as related in the
Haggadah, is still alive today.
Through Federations CIA
ll-.F campaign, that hope is alive
tor the elderly in South Beach.
who depend on life sustaining
services to keep them in-
dependent it is alive for Soviet
h immigrants who have
found new lives in freedom right
in I lade ('ountj and it is
alive for our children who are
provided with Jewish education.
helping to strengthen their
li w ish identity"
\rkm announced that this is
a breakthrough year lor the
Greater Miami Jewish com
munity. The CJA-1EF is
12 million ahead of last year at
this time." he said, "and the
same people who made gifts to
the 1979 campaign are giving an
average "t 30 percent more to the
1980 campaign.
"WE HAVE the potential to
meet our record campaign goal of
B18.3 million More than in any
other time in our history as an
organized community, we have
within our grasp the ability to
meet critical unmet human needs
both in Greater Miami and
Israel."
Arkm added that Federation is
asking contributors to consider
an appropriate increase over last
year's K-itt to account for in-
District Prexy
thfarb Back from Overseas Tour
president. Kuth
|jiist returned from
men s Vmerican
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schools in Italy.
rocco Mrs Both
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rial philosophy in
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THE DELEGATION met
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ot the board ol Renault Motors.
They discussed and saw how
Prance is coping with their
relugee problems which are in
many ways similar to the
problems laced in Miami
In Morocco. the ORT
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A Kamilj Passover. Story by
Anne. Jonathan and Norma
Rosen. Photographs by
Laurence Salzmann. Phila-
delphia: Jewish Publication
Society. 60 pp.. $6.95.
IN THIS story in photo-
graphs, narrated by ten-year-old
Anna, the young reader observes
an actual family going about its
PaMOVer preparations. The
entire family shops and cooks
together. The children visit a
mat/oh factory, and experience a
mode) S'der at Hebrew school.
\m the day of the first Seder
comes closer, th.1 children clean
the house of all leavened bread,
and perform the < tUkat chart
ceremony with their parents
The) help in all aspects of food
preparation and table-sett mg
The S'der itself is shown as a
large family get-together with the
traditional recitation of the Pass-
over story in the Hagga
Kach child has his or her role in
the .Seder, and a great deal of fun
and tfood food is had by all.
This is a wonderful intro-
duction or supplement to a six to
ten-year-old young person -
Passover experience. Children
can easily relate to the modern
family members in this book
Whether or not the) are ob-
servant, the children will find
some aspect ol Passover
preparation with which the) an
Dictionary of the Jewish
Religion. H\ |)r Ben Isaacson
Kdited b\ David Gross New
Jersey SBs Publishing Co N
Weal Forest \\t Knglewood.
New Jersey. 07631, 194 pp.. no
price.
Samaritan observance, but it
makes no reference to our use of
the shankbone on the Passover
Seder plate as a remembrance of
the ancient sacrifice The
selection on Israel is only eleven
lines, and offers the barest of
information
The book seems tO be strongest
in the inclusion and discussion of
religious and cultural expressions
one would not find elsewhere,
such as Shabl n Goy, Roth
Yeshiva, Dukhan. Chount and
Hamakom Yenachem ThJswould
In an interesting supplement to a
basic home Judaic library, and
the author otters excellent
suggestions tor such a bask- list
0l books
Giscard Colleagues Split
With Him on PLO
B> EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTAI Several
top rank members ol President
Yalery discard d'Estaings own
political party, Union tor French
Democrac), are openly
disassociating themselves from
his pro-Palestinian stand They
include party president lean
Lecanuet. Seantor Andre
Monteil. and the president of the
Radical Party, a junior coalition
member. Didier Bariani
solid days, the
congress, held this
For three
party's annua
year in Orleans, wu marked b)
the delegates, dissatisfaction
with Giscard'a recent statements
m Kuwait ,md Amman calling for
Palestinian self-determination
THIS IS a rather brief, clinical
and terse compilation ol the
fundamental data of Judaism It
is directed toward both Jew and
non-Jew, presenting a \ er>
traditional Jewish outlook
toward life.
Man) entries are far too brie!
The Paschal Sacrifice ei.
gives the historical basis oi the
sacrifice and even refers to
PRIVATELY, part) strategist
said that thi President s stand
could endanger his reelection
next year < us. and was elected
I wuh less than a 100.000
vote major it) over Socialist
Krancoia Mitterrand Franc
rOO.OOO Jews are known for their
heavy participation in all major
elections
Monteil told the congn ss that
'No French government should
ept I Palestine Liberation
Organization chut Yasirl
\ralat s pres.-nce in Cans before
the PLO changes its charter and
decides tO reCOgnizt Israel
Monteil called for the preser
vation of the current status ol
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gentine Jewry: Riddle With Two Heads
[oniinue
possibly.
L the reii
.<) from Page 4-A
criminal conduct
0f leftist terror
, k The nation during
js the Review. Kain inU?r"
W to us, Moreover, Im
Lihrr -Apr, aad dismay at
Jewish organizatioM in the
Slili,.v tor not consulting
the Jewish community in
jitina about what their stand
|d be regarding the contro-
| publisher.
own effort to discover just
and what the Argentina
undent rtcucw is has led to
more than that it is pub-
| by a New York City-based
knization entitled the Argen-
Society. Inc.. which is not
ered under the foreign
Its act as an Argentine
|v There is no publication
t'head no list of editors
or contributors.
TILL, the flavor of its
turn i- progovernment and
Eel to the usual suspicions
you read the I.a LtU article
If, whuh the Review
(merits faithfully. To begin
the writer is Nissim
icavi i name well-known to
r- ol the English language
bh press in the I'nited
Wul ive'a articlea
Argentine affairs specifically,
Latin American affairs
rally, have appeared over (he
i with frequency and
The riddle become*
complex why does
rut Jewish
pro go\ env
ihed
: he is
I

led last
pub-
,i bulletin
the Anti-
i in Mexico,
Danger Of
PLO State
[Continued from Page 4-A
tronger overall American
policj and the defense
U required to back it up. The
m East cannot be viewed in
tion.
Soviet Union has
Mtrated that it is prepared
iect the global power it has
"M m the last decade. The
tion ol that power into any
the world, whether
of
N> or by proxy, is linked "to
projection anywhere else. Our
se must be of the same
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'bls'a\ lie Blvd./Miami 33137
Mr. and Mrs. Jacobo Timerman on their arrival in Israel.
which labeled Klnecaves Oct. 12
La LlU article on Timerman
obscene."'
The La Luz piece exists pre-
cisely as the Revieu describes it.
and the ADI. reacted angrily to it
for two reasons One is that the
ADI. helped play a role in Timer
man'-- release, which it regards as
,i positive achievement, not as an
"abuse ol the anti-Semitic
issue
THE OTHER is that I in.- avi
singles out the ADI. for par
ticularl) venomous attacks in the
man case W bub. he
was decisively in
ed, although in a veiled
t the
argument I mti Semitism, an
argument often suspected sub
consciously bj many gentiles
Precise!) this is the technique
M)Lol North \mi
B'nai B nth put to use
In particular Elnecave was
angered that Lasi June 11979).
it it he ADI.i committed a big
mistake b) awarding a well-
recognized prize to Timerman
without consulting <>r even
asking for the least necessaq
information from the local Jewish
organizations Immediately, the
ADI. launched a feverish cam-
paign to enlarge Timerman's
image, which it succeeded in
doing in great measure That
caused great displeasure in many-
circles of the Jewish community.
in addition to the excellent article
by Manfred Schonfeld in La
I'rensa of June 16. 1979 titled.
The Jewish Community of the
United States and the Timerman
Case.'
But Klnecave and La Lui do
not let their sense of outrage at
being by-passed rest there.
Acting the total patriotic Argen-
tinian, they declare, "As if this
unconsulted initiative of the
ADI. wasn't enough, now Timer-
man, having hardly been freed,
the ADI. comes out with dec-
larations that are clearly in-
terventionist in the internal
affairs of our country following
Stop by step the tracks of the
W bite House as it the ADI. were
inspired and led by the White
House
QUOTING from the Sept 27
edition ol / /' nsa, they cite the
VDL's Morton Rosenthal as
having stated, "The Timerman
i .is. has unfinished agenda
items In expelling him, the
. d him ol his
ne citizenship without
iw Pn \ iously the

ited his sues
K I neca vi cone I u ii all) '> al is it tn.it
the \DI. proposes with these
unusual, impertinent manifi -
tan.nis' lo question the right of
our government to take away the
acquired citizenship of a person
ol dubious morality that has
declared ur6i et orbi from Tel
\\i\ that this was not his home
tor country!?"
The La Lt<; case against
Timerman seems tenuous in the
extreme Editor Klnecave argues
that Timerman was a partner
with David CJraiver in La
Opinion. Under Timerman's
direction. La Opinion had
journalists who were linked with
subversion ... His talent was
above all at the service of adven-
turism which he utilized during
the last two decades, putting
himself into the service of who-
ever was the boss beginning with
Frondizi and concluding with
Peron."
IN THE END, whom can one
believe in this two-headed riddle
Timerman and what happened
Military 'Jew-Burners'
Go on Trial in Munich
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) A gross
anti-Semitic incident at the
Munich military college three
years ago is the subject of a trial
that has opened there of two
senior officers on the college
staff. Col. Edgar Muenx. 47, and
Maj. Hans-Joachim Stabenau.
40. are accused of failure to report
the incident in February. 1977 in
which a group of cadets burned a
Jew" in effigy, sang Nazi songs
and shouted "Throw another Jew
on the fire."
The incident was characterized
as the worst manifestation of
anti-Semitism in the German
armed forces. Eleven cadets who
participated were suspended A
number of them have since
appealed the decision on grounds
that the military authorities and
acted under the pressure of
adverse publicity at home and
abroad. Two of the cadets ap-
pealed at the trial as witnesses.
THE DEFENDANTS could
receive prison sentences of up to
three years if found gudty of
failure to report a criminal act.
During the last two years, serious
anti-Semitic incidents were
reported at a military college in
Hamburg.
Meanwhile, the federal agency
in Dortmund deaUng with the
prosecution of Nazi war
criminals, disclosed that about 20
proceedings are currently pend-
ing against persons suspected of
mass crimes during the Nazi era.
to him or Klnecave and his ex-
planation ot Timerman and what
happened to him'.' Can one simply
argue that Elnecave is a captive,
hk.' Timerman was. of Argen-
tinian fascism that refuses to
suffer a free press' That he was
embarrassed by the American
Jewish community's aggressive
pursuit of Timerman's rights as a
[journalist? That the Argentinian
Jewish community was also
embarrassed by American
[Jewry's outspoken demands and
that Klnecave is simply covering
up for his fellow Argentinian
Jews, playing the toady in the
name of all their survival?
Or is Klnecave an advanced
specimen of the new Judenrat in
a burgeoning Argentinian
totalitarianism'.'
'The riddle may not be solved
tor a long time, but like the
Sphinx itself, it is becoming end-
lessly fascinating.
Reds Aim to Drive Visa
Applicants From 5 Cities,
Soviet Jewish Body Says
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Reports of new regulations
that would drive Jewish
exit applicants out from the
five Soviet Olympic cities
for two and a half months
during the summer have
reached the Student Strug-
gle for Soviet Jewry and
the Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews. A spokesman
fur the SSSJ explained that
while the major Olympic
Games will be held in Mos-
cow, auxiliary Games will
be held in tour other cities.
According to the information
tirst seen posted at a MOSCOW
emigration office, exit applicants
living in the capital. Leningrad,
Mi ind Tallin will be
d from the-. ies from
June 19, a month before the
I >l\ n ; n. through Sept !.
a month alter the (lames 11
groups reported. Applicants
residing in other cities will not be
permitted to enter any of these
cities during this period.
THE SSSJ and UCSJ said new
regulations have taken effect in
Moscow which legally allow
authorities to exile from the
capital anyone considered drunk.
This is not only aimed at the
USSR's chronic and embarras-
sing alcoholism problem.
In the past, scores of Jewish
activists have been hauled off
from demonstrations and placed
in drunk tanks. This may now
provide the "record" needed to
banish them
Reports which reached the
several months ago also
asserted that Moscow parents.
Jew and non-Jew alike, were
. pressured to remove their
ind teenagers fr im the
iupital during the (iami to
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Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TNE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. H 410* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ALEJANDRO PAZMINO.
Petitioner
and
GERMANIA PAZMINO
Respondent
TO GERMANIA PAZMINO
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1
FIED that a petition (or
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy of youi
written defenses. If any. to It on
JOHN E. McHVGH. JR at
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 NW 7th St, No.
120. Miami. Florida 33125, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before May 2. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in the JEWISH
FI-OR1DIAN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of March.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByK Selfrted
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
John E. McHugh. Jr.
1513 NW 7th St. No 120
Miami, Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
08678 March 28:
AprlM. 11.18. 1880
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 to 33*0 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
RAFAEL CASTILLO.
1'etlUoner Husband
and
BARBARA CASTILLO.
Respondent Wife
TO BARBARA CASTILLO
c oMrs Guerra
801 Northwest
M Avenue
Miami. Florida 33014
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been Bled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on ARTHIR H UPSON.
attorney (Or Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 Northwest 187
Street, Suite 110 B. Miami. FL
33168. and file the original with
the c u.1 It of the above styled
court on or before April 18.
1880. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint os petition
This Notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDLAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 5th day of
March. 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
ByClartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
0h603 March 14. 21.28.
___________________ April 4.1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No to 3*42 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
In re the marriage of
MICHAEL MARTORANA
Petitioner Husband
vs
JULIA MARTORANA
Respondent Wife
TO JULIA MARTORANA
IBM West 10th Street
Brooklyn
N.y. 11223
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written rnaswer and defenses, if
any, to N on DANIEL GAL-
LUP. ESQ plaintiff's at
torney. whose address is 2355
Salsedo Street. Suite 308, Coral
Gables, Florida SS1S4 on or
before April 25. 1880: and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiffs attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; other-
wise 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 March 12.
1880
Richard P Brlnker Clerk
Clerk of the Court
ByM. J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
08832 March 21. 28.
April 4, 11. 1880)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action 18-4124 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE. The marriage of
TELEMARQl'E ESTERLIN
Petitioner
and
NOEL ESTERLIN
Respondent
TO: NOEL ESTERLIN
Rue Mgr
Gullloux No 186
Aletage
Port au Prince. Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your w ntten defenses, if any. to
It on HOWARD HILL BEN
NETT. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is Suite 520. Bis
cayne Building. 18 West
Flakier Street Miami. Florida
33130. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 2. 1880,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plain! or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of March
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
ByM J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Howard Hill Bennett. Esq
Suite 520-Blscayne Building
IB West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Ph 378 1885
Attorney for Petitioner
08663 March 28,
AprlM. 11. 18. 1880
NOTICE UNOER
FICITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE 11V
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name T
CARNEY A SONS at 7880 S
127 Drive. Miami. Florida 33183
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
SCHONINGER. JANKOWITZ
and SIEGFRIED. P A
Attorneys for
Thomas E Carney
(*64h March 21. 28
April 4 11. 1HNJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Maya
Profiles at 13285 NE 6th Avenue
Apt M06. Miami. Fla 33161
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
Peggy Wllner
132K5NE 8th Avenue
Apt N108
Miami. Fla33181
08626 March 14 21.28
April 4.1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 7-lSU FC
(04)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIELA CAMPOS, a k a
MARIELA MONTOYA.
Petitioner
and
JOSE ANTONIO CAMPOS.
Respondent
TO JOSE ANTONIO
CAMPOS
Carrera 33
No 3512
Barrio de Fatlma
TULUA. Departamento
del Valle
COLOMBIA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution 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 CARLOS M MENDEZ. Esq
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 2885 W 4th Avenue.
H1ALEAH. Florida. 33012. and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
April 18. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con
secutlve weeks In THE,
JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
MIAMI
WITNE8S my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 5 day of March.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendei. Esq
2885 W 4th Avenue
Hlaleah, Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08588 March 14, 21.28.
April 4 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDIC.AL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. BB-3J2J FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
IN RE The Marriage of
RICHARD R ZIENTEK.
Petitioner Husband
vs.
RUTH E ZIENTEK,
Respondent Wife
TO RUTH E ZIENTEK
410 West Hills Road
Huntlngton Station
New York 11746
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. If
any. to It on DANIEL
QALLUP, ESQ. plaintiffs
attorney, whose address Is 2356
BalaedO Street. Suite 308. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before April 18. 1880. and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiffs attorney or im-
mediately thereafter, other-
wise 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 March B.i
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
08596 March 14. 21. 28;
April 4. 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CACHITA MARKET at 1118
Normandle Drive. Miami
Beach. Florida. 33141 intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida |
MAR EX ENTERPRISES,
Inc
William R. Vasquex.
PRESIDENT
0M15 March 14. 21,28
____________________ April 4. IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No WntfFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
OLGAC FICIEREDO.
Petitioner,
and
LEONARDO FIGUEREDO.
Respondent
TO IJgONARDO
r Kit KREDO
lIK'l 51 ST
INK M
APONEW YORK
oevst
Mil AKI HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for
DtsaoluUon Of four Marriage
ha* been died ind commenced
in this Court nut you are
required te serve a co^v of your
written defenses. If any. to It
on CARLOS M MENDEZ.
B8Q, Attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 2885 W 4th
Avenue. H1A1.EAH. Florida
33012, and file the original with
the Clerk of the styled Court on
or before April 18. 1880. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
prayed for in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week, for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 5 day of March.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
DadeCountv. Florida
ByC P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendex. Esq
2885 W 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08587 March 14. 21.28,
_____________________April 4. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 10-42*3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE The marriage of
HAZEL LIANA
Petitioner Wife
and
Lot ISL LIANA
Respondent Husband
TO LOUIS L LIANA
Residence Address
Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to
It on ARTHUR H L1PSON.
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 1315 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 110 B. Miami. FL
33188. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 2. 1880.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plain! or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE JEW
1SH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 24 day of March
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
A. Clerk Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
083 March 28,
AprlM. 11. 18.1B8C
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
STATE OF FM1RIDA
COUNTY OP DADS
ss
The undersigned, under oath,
says II is the Intention of the
undersigned to engage In a
business enterprise pursuant to
Florida Statutes 866 08 The flc
tltious name Is FASHION
TRADE PUBLICATIONS
located at Suite US, One I.In
coin Road Building. In the City
of Miami Beach DadeCounty.
Florida
Those interested In said en
lerprlse. and the extent of the
interest of each. Is as follows
FASHION TRADE
PUBLICATIONS. INC
100 percent ownership
Proof of publication of this
intention to register, Is filed
herewith, pursuant to the pro-
visions of law
W BIIJ. CLICK.
President of
FASHION TRADE
PUBLICATIONS. INC
Suite 312
one Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
08817 March 14. 21. 28.
April 4. 1880
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number to 24ft
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
ESTHER LIPSCHUTZ
I V. eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of ESTHER LIP
scut TZ deceased. File
Number S0-24H8. is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
Count} Florida. Probate
I >n is ion the address of which
is 7.1 V\ Flakier Street Miami.
Florida The names and ad
dresses of the personal rep
rcsetiuttne and the personal
representatives attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are
required lo file with this court.
VMTHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE (I i all
i laims against (he estate and
131 an} objection by an in
tcrvsted person lo whom notice
as mailed thai challenges (he
validity of the will the quail
(nations of the personal rep
retantaUve, venue, or juris
dn nun of the court
AU. CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WIIX
HE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 28 1880
RICHARD J HAYS.
SIDNEY PASCAL
A LUCY PODNOS
Suite 800
21 SE First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Personal
Representative
HAYS* QRUNDWERG
Moses (irundwerg
Suite 80(1
.'1 SE First Avenue
Miami. FI.33131
Telephone 305 371 4418
(-68 March 28. April 4. 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE RE IIY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
BLANCO B1GN8 at 1540 NW
I JULh Street North Miami. Fla
33167 intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
FRANCISCO BLANCO
0M*'1 March 21. 28.
AprlM. 11. 1880
------------NOTICE UNDER------------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious names Mat
Associates, an Illinois limited
partnership. Sheraton Miami
Corporation, a Delaware cor-
poration, and John Hancock
Mutual Life Insurance Com
San) doing business at
leralon BaT Harbour Joint
Venture, at 8701 Collins
Avenue. Bal Harbour. Florida,
intend to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
By Mat Associates
Sheraton Miami Corporation
John Hancock Mutual
Life Insurance Company
Jonathan D Beloff. Esq.
Smith. Mandler, Smith.
Werner. Jacobowltx
A Fried. P A
1111 Lincoln Road Mall
8th Floor
Miami Beach. Fla 33138
08835 March 21. 28.
AprlM. 11. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. te-3J3J FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
WESTMORE MORTIMER
Petitioner,
and
GEORG1NA MORTIMER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO GEORGINA MORTIMER
P.O BOXNM17
BIG pqwN
SUBDIVISION
NASSAU. BAHAMAS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
ntten defenses. If any. to It on
M H HRODY. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
8*1 NE 167 SI N M B Fla
33162. on or before April 18.
ihmi and (lie the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner or
Immediately thereafter, other
/tie 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 March 5.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By i 'l.i nnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
OH606 March 14,21.28.
,_____________________Apn'* ""n
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 J3I4FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MAURICE si PPL1CE.
Petitioner
MARIE AMOI SI-PPL1CE
Respondent
TO MARIE ANGE
S1PPLICE
Rue Pavee 112
Port au Prince.
Haiti
Yol ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
it on HOWARD HILL BEN
NETT. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 18
West Flagler Street. Suite 520
Bisrayne Bldg Miami.
Florida 33130 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 18. 1880. 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-
ecutlVt weeks In THE
JEWISH FU1RIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 5 day of March.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
DadeCounty Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Howard Hill Bennett. Esq
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 520 Hlscayne Hldg
lv West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Ph 378 IH85
08588 March 14.21. 28.
April 4 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W 12)2 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iN RE The marriage of
I .El.I \ F RUIZ
Wife
and
HERBERT RUIZ.
Husband
TO HERBERT RUIZ
Residem e Address
Unknown
Yol ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been died against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your w ntten defenses, if any to
it on ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE. PA. attorney for1
Petitioner, whose address Is
2481 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April II. 1880. 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
secutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 4 day of March
1880
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty Florida
ByC S Cartle
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Albert L Cam carte. Esq
2481 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312ft
I 3051 648-7817
Attorney for Petitioner
0B6B3 March 7. 14.21.28.1*80
IN THE CIRCUIT COIID, "^
THE ELEVENTH&&
CIRCUIT IN AN07'C'^
DADE COUNTY. ti^Z'
Case No. toon,?!10*
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
PHILLIP CHEN
Petitioner,
and
ELAINE CHEN
Respondent
TO NXIV^
jffSPSSSPt
an action for rh
marriage ha
against y,, .,ml
lution of
"i (11(4
>ou *
required to serve ,,,BV0,*'t
written def, W
I H BROUY Mtomit"*
Petitioner whose" tfSSJl
633 NE |1 ST NMhV
33162. on or before \, .,., ,J*
and file the original lthT
clerk of thla court either behN
"......" Petitioner or ,nv
mediately thereafter other
wise a default win be entered
against you for the rrl,..
demanded in the compialntor
petition
WITNESS mj
seal of this (
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Of
ByCUrtndt
As Deputy Clerk
U8605 Uai .
INTHE CIRCUITC0UBTof"
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 1117 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
DENSIL ALEXANDER
REYNOLDS
Petitioner
and
MARLENE PATRICIA
WALCOTT RE Y NOLI >S
Respondent
YOU. MARLINE
PATRICIA W ALCOTT REV
NOLD8 13 Antonio I
Independence City, Or,.
Park Post off i. .
Catherine Jamaica AUK
HEREBY NOTIElEi
FILE your written n -i- _-,
this action for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk -
atHive lYxirt. and er\e a
upon Petitioners Alt r-. ,
SAUL T VON /.AMR
S UfUEL E SMITH I 1
Dixie Highway Sulla 860. ( n
lialues. Florida (1144
before the lkth da} of April
ISS0, else the Petit].....
Dissolution of Marriage w ill be
taken as confessed
dated MarchB i8w>
RICHARD P BRINKER
B) k Selfrled
Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court SeaD
us.,,..- March 14 21 >
.______________________AUfU i. iset
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name LEX
LABORATORIES at8383NW7
St Suite 30>, Miami. Fla
33123. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
LEX. INC
0H6O7 March 14.il
_____________________AfirlLLJJfai
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No B0-MS4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
MARGARITA R ARIAS
PeUUoner wife
and
FERNANDO J ARIAS
Respondent Husband
TO P F C Fernando J
Arias
262 31 2825
00. (el
428 SIC BN
Ft Bragg.
North Carolina 28307
YOC ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. lo
It on JACK S UEBMANN.
P A attorney for Petitioner
hose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road. Suite 208. Miami Beach.
Florida 33138. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
April 18. IBM. 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 weeka In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 12 day of March.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty, Florida
By Willie Bradahaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal)
Jack 8 Llebmann. PA
420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 208
Miami Beach. Fla. SSI38
Phone I 3061 331 7673
Attorney for Petitioner
0*633 March 21. 28.
AprlM. 11.1880


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INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. SO 3435
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. The marriage of
LEONCRAIO
Petitioner Husband
and
WENDY I' CRAJQ
Respondent Wife
TO WENDY P t'HAKi
RD4.
Shippensburg.
Panrun Kama
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action fur
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you .ind you
are required to tajn e .i i <>py of
your written defenses it any, to
it on ARTHl'R II LIPSON
attome) roi Petitioner whose
address is IMS Northwest 1K7
Street 110 B Miami FL S3189
and file Hie original with the
i i.rk of the above ityled court
mi oi before iprll II
otherwlae default will be
entered against you for the
i ellel demanded In the i om
pi.iint or prill Ion
nnITNESS m> hand and the
-.mi ..i iald i ourt ,u Miami
Florida .hi this 7iii Da) ol
March
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ i 'i.-ik I'm nil Court
Dade Count) Floi
n> 'larinda Brow n
\ I leput)
Circuit I 'ourt Sea] i
Marcl i
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 3443 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in RE The mai ,.
ELEN \ NI'.l'.oYo
Petitionei H (<
\ ICTi R I' \i:i:. ivi >
Respondent i lusband
in N iCTOR I i
\RRO\ '
. o Laur)
.-, ho
11.-1 Hego No
i '..i oltna
i' lerto R
'. hi IKE NOTIFIr l thai
u action i USSi u,t TU in
III MARRIAUI

iservi py of youi
w i itten ani a it
an) lo it on DANIEL
i r ESy plan
attome) w hose add
Salzed Itreel uti "oral
Gables Florida 33134 on or
x| iii ,- ind file
the original with the clerk of
this. out t eithei before I
plainUfl attome) or im
atel) thereafter other
- a default in be entei ed
against you the relief
demanded in Ihe i omplalnl or
petition
H l rNESS m) hand and Ihe
n March 7
RICH Vl'.l' P BRINKER
. [thei
B) C. P Cope land
\ -1 leput) ''
m i Mai rh 14
__________ \JH i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 3404 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The mai
Mf TIDIEI VRTIS
Petitionei Husl
.in.l
MARIE I m: 1'is
'
NOTICE BY PI BLICATU IN
Yol M \ IR OS SI
Haiti. W I . ) notified
"t mil Nn-w ei to th.
Dlaaolutlon ol Mai
filed ..gainst you upon H is
band attome) GE< IRIIE
NICHOLAS ESyl IRE 813
nw i.th Avenue Miami
Florida 33198 and file original
with the Clerk .>( the Court on
.i before Auni 18 iymi other
wise tin- Petition win in- con
leased b) > .u
DATED this 6th day of
March, i9so
Richard I' Honker. Clerk
By (larinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
08810 March 14. 21.28.
/ 1980
*J*i*Ukr!dte>n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
RELIABLE LOCKSMITHS
intends to register said name
.with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Mr Yehuda Hersrhcovlch
1200 NE 171st Terrace
North Miami Beach Ela 33182
H0650 March 21. 28
April 4. 11. 1980
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
FLAGLER PLAZA FUR
NITURE at 7111 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Ela 33144. In
tends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Carlos Vera
08821 March 14.21. 28.
April 4. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4177 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marrlageof
CLARA ELBA Moreira
Petitioner
DANIEL RENE MOREIRA
Reapondenl
TO DANIEL RENE
MOREIRA
South Maple81
Apt A
Inglewood
California 9030]
vm ARE HEREBY n.iti
FIED lint ,i petition for
I hssolutlon ol your Mai i
has been riled and i ommeni .-.I
in tins .ourt and you are
required to sen e .i i op) ..i your
w r itt'ii defenses ii am toll on
'il STAVO G NRCIA MONTES
attome) for Petitioner whose
addn a si
Miami Florida
and til. the original with
the lerk of the abo\ e
.
a lefault will
ii the
foi in Ihe om
pl.unt or petition
This iu.li. shall bepubll
pad ... foi foul i ..ii
- utive weeks in THE IEN\
ISH FLORIDI \N
nn l rNESS rn > hand and Ihe
"t -,ii.i ourt .it Miami
Mar. h.
RICHARD I' BRINKER
la Clerli Durl
l >ail. C. nit) l
B) N \ Hewetl
Is Deputy (' erk
Circuit Court Sea
i Monies
SI
I.
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::i
Mai
18 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 80 4208 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
; \ kk The mai riagi
l< \l- \KI \ PEN \
I 'elll
..n.l
\n \ /i:\; in pen \
Reapondenl
m NA ZENITH PEN \
Cat i.i.i .'.t.i
N,, .ii 39
Bai ranquilla
.'. II iiMIII V
Vul VRE HEREBY NOT!
EIKD thai .i Petition for
youi Marriage
.ml ummei d
in and
it-quired I
k i at.-ii ,i, f any. I II
on CARLDS M MENDEZ
. foi Petitionei
u hose add A 4th
HI VLE \ll Florida
, w ith
o| (.. '

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- ion
. ., hep iblished
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\ It' 'iirt
Dad Floi Ida
B) M Hartnetl
CARLOS M mini iBZ Eaq
i> A itl \ i nue
rida
Carols M Mi
Vttorne) for Petitioner
Man ii 28
April i 11.18 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. W-2SMFCM
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
JEAN SIMON JISME.
Petitioner Husband
and
CI.ARA JCSME.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU. CLARA JUSME.
residence unknown, are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For Dls
solution of Marriage filed
against-you. upon Husband's
attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQUIRE. 812
NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33138, and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
or before April 18, 1980. other-
wise the Petition will be con-
fessed by you
DATED this 6 day of March.
1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
ByV Barkley
Deputy Clerk
08611 March 14. 21.28;
April 4.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 34 38
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE Hie marriage ol
KENNETHP SMITH
Petitioner Husband
.in.l
DOROTHY K svi i h
Reapondenl w in-
to Dorothy K Smith
112 Dickinson Street
Springfield.
Massachusetts
vi it ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dlaaolutlon ..t Marriage has
'.....'i Hied against you and you
,ii required to serve ,i i op) ol
your written defenses, If any to
it ..n ARTHL'R II LIPSON
attome) for Petitioner w hose
addresi i- IBIS North*
Street, Suite 110-B Miami,
Florida, and file the original
w nil the lerk ..t the above
Styled .ourt on or before April
otherwise default
win be entered against you tor
Ihe relief demanded In the
i omplalnl or petition
WITNESS m> hand and Ihe
"nt al Miami
Florida on tin.- 7th da) <
Man !
RICHARD!' BRINKER
\-1
Dade Count) Florida
B) i 'larinda Brown
\- 1 leput) Clerk
I
Man h 14,21 --
Auiii i. i*au
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3S1I FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN I'.i: MARIA P
SVNCHEZZsBALETA
Petltl
.in.l
roHALZABALETA
I:. ipoi denl
in CRISTOB M.ZABALETA
. \venue
Queens NY
N .H IRE HEREBY NOT]
.. petition for
ir Man
has i i
in tt iri ind i are
p> ot \ our
wnt', it ,inv to it on
Pino Esquire,
i Petitioner whose
-.- is 110] wesl Flaglei
Miami Florida
and file the original with the
il the ,it>o\e -'v if<1 .ourt
on oi before April 18, 1980;
otherwise default will be
entered againsl you for the
rellel prayed for In the com-
plaint or petit ion
Tin- notice shall be published
once f.i. li week for tour on
weeks in JEWISH
I- l.nl'.ll'l \N
w ITNESS in> hand .in.l ihe
aid .ourt al Miami
Florida on tin- 10th day of
Mar. I
RICH vi'.D P BRINKER
tsClerk Cln ..' 'ourt
Dade County Florida
Ms i'i.ii in.l.. Brown
\- l leputyClerk
i: \ di Pino
1401 Wi 11 ,. Itreel
M ,111
V etitionei
Ma
\pnl 1 IKM'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3428FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN ill- riii mai
V.I STINCRI /
..n.l
\l H\ INESCRI /
A |
ro VLHA INESCRL'Z
| i \ i li
t nknow n
Viit \KK HEREBY NOT!
KIED thai an action tor Dls
solution ot Marriage has been
(lied against you and you are
t\. a copy of your
wr Itten defenaes, it any, to it on
ALBERT I- CARRICARTE.
I \ Bttorne) for Petitioner.
whose address Is :'4i NW 7th
Street, Miami Florida 33142.
and file the original with the
clerk ol the above styled court
on or before April 18, 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
This not ii e shall be published
on.e MCh week for four con-
SeCUtlve weeks In THE
JEWISH El.oRlDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 12 day of March,
1980
RICHARD P BRIKKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. J Hartnetl
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L CARRICARTE.
PA
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33126
649-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
08624 March 14. 21.28.
April 4.1880
Page 15-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 1611
Division 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
f tNNIE SCHOENBRI N
i >f i eaaed
NOTICEOF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE AMOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
VI il ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that ihe administration
ot the estate of Fannie Schoen-
brun deceaaed, File Number
so 1611 is pending In Ihe <'ir
cull Court for I .a.I.- County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address ..i which is bade
County Courthouse, TJ Waal
Flagler Street, Miami. FL
11 The personal rep
ilatlve of the estate is
\.i..ipii s. hoenbrun, whoae
addre -- is 5161 Collins Avenue
Miami H.a. h FL 88140 The
name and addresi of the
pei -on.ii representath -
attorn. forth In-low
v i" ; sons iia\ nig claims demands agalnal the eatati
required, WITHIN THREE
MuN Ills KKOM THE D \ IK
Or rHE HIRST PI Hi.ic\
N i IF nils notice to file
with the lerk ol the above
. oui i .. written statement of
an) hum or demand the) ma)
Each laim must I
writing and must Indli ate the
for the i i.urn. the name
iddresa ol the credltoi oi
ig"nl oi attorne) and the
amount l.iiine.l If the claim Is
"oi ye\ lui thi date when it
* i imi due siiaii be
i ii Ihe i i.urn .- i on
iinnciit or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertainty shall
tated 11 the claim i~
ei urlt) shall be
ibed The i lalmanl shall
oplea oi the
' ik in enable the
10 '
Ul pei rested In the
*-hon
Noti< ol \.in itratlon
mailed in i eq i
il\ nil:: MONTHS
FROM THE I IF THE
I IRS 1 PI Hi I '. ill-
NOTICE
ii- ihe) ma)
. lialli
'..111 s will
,t the !>! Bona i ei
lalive, ot tin* venue "i Juris
ourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\N|. OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREN Kl'.
II UtREI
I Ml.- ol Ihe firsl pubh. atlon
oi this Notice of Admlnls
(ration Man h .'> i**u
Adolph S. hoenbrun
\ Pen mai Representative
of the Estate of
Fannie s. hoenbrun
I <
ATTORNEY EnR PERSON \i
REPRESEN l\ TIN I-:
SP NRHEH SHK\ IN ROSEN
SHAPO t HEILBRONNER
I' \
- lutheasl
l (venue No 8060
Miami FL3313I
.- ..
Mar. h 28, April 1. 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UN KN thai the undei
l. mring to engage in business
rictltiou
VDA r. H RS al i""
tree! i Italeah F ...
gister saui name
. .vi the Clerk ol the I
'ount) Florida
loan Vntonio I lomlnguei
Mar. h 11 L'l 28
April! lW-u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 78-11535 (10)
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE The marriage of
Nl WINK N SMI I'll
Petitioner Wife.
an.I
DANIEL KEATING
SMITH
Respondent Husband
TO DANIEL KEATING
SMITH
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
thai a Petition lo Vacate Final
Judgment of Dissolution of
Marriage and or Modification
ol Kin.il Judgment and Award
of Alimony has been filed
agalnal you. and that you are
required to serve a copy of your
ivsponse or pleading to the
petition upon Petitioner's at-
torney. IRA S SILVER, at
Suite 2628. One Blscayne
Tower. Miami. Florida 33131
and file the original response or
pleading In the office of the
Cle rk of the Circuit Court, on or
before the 18 day of April, 1980
If you fall to do so, a default
will be taken against you for
the release demanded In the
petition
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida this 8 day of
March. 1980
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By I. C. Bedasse
08601 March 14.21. 28.
April 4. 1980
INTHECIRCUITCOUR
THE ELEVENTH JUDIC
CIRCUIT IN AND FO
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 10-3342 FC ,
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN KE The marriage of
M ARTA I. NJIE.
Petitioner Wife
vs
AI.IEI NJIE.
Respondent Husband
TO ALIEUNJIE
i w.-si mi Street,
Apt 24
New York. NY 10025
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action (or DISSOLUTION
OF MARRfAGE has been filed
agalnal you and you are
required to sen .. .opy of your
w ritten answer and dafenaea, if
:.. it on DANIEL GAL
i.tr ESO, plaintiff's attorney,
whoae address is 2888 Salzedo
Street, Suite 309 Coral I;..!
Florida 33134 on or before April
I*. 1980, and file tne original
wilh Ihe lerk of this i ourt
either before lervlce on
plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complain! or
petition
WITNE88 my hand ami the
ol this <' url on March -r>
980
RICH \l'.l> !' BRINKER
cif rk ot the Court
B) C P Copeland
As 1 leputy Or rk
Mar. h 14.:
_________________ April I 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
1 il\ KN th.it the iin.lrr-i.
desiring to engage In bua
under the fli tltloua name
METRO INTERNATIONAL
.H \N EL at 1489 N NN 36th
Miami Springs Fla
intend.- t.. regiatei said name
l "lerk ol the ("Ircult
I of I i.nie Count) Floi Ida
METRO INTERNATION \1.
ENTERPRISES COR
POR VI'ION
i Bolton
Attome) i in Giralda SI
... 33134
March 21 28
Np.i i! i : 180
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 4269 F C
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i \ l:k The mai rlagc ol
BETTY ANN FLEMING
i 'etitioner
and
Ri >Y \ FLEMING
Ri apondenl
n l ROY A FLEMING
Residence i 'nknown
Yoi ark HEREBY N
FIED Ilia! an action for
olution ol Marriage i
equlred to
written defenses it..-
it on MEL\ IN i ASHER
attoi: titloner, w i
SW -t!i SI Suite
lo: Miami Florida 33131
file .. with the

e May: therw
i
li d in
'imi
VVITN
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VsCli i 'ourl
Dade i
B) c p Copeland
put) Clerk
Mai
Npi 114. II 18
TOF
CIAL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. eo 4'59
FAMILY DIVISION
in re the marriage ol
LIONEL FRENCH
Petitioner
and
IKRAI.HK AIDAIN
FRENCH
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO .IKrai.de a
FRENCH
118-44237th St.
Elmont, N Y
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any. to It on
It H Brody. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is
633 NE 167 St NMB, Fla
33162. on or before May 2. 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 tor the relief
demanded In the complaint or
(petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on March 20.
1980
| RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Glno Rotoli
As Deputy Clerk
08879 March 28.
April 4. 11. 18. 1*80


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Ion
,eaders vow
tensified Cash Drive
of
deeped
iS
American-Israel
ned Thursday
,hen members of the
. *i Bond delegation
'with officials nd
f Mis*. Meach s tw,n
inat Gan.
j Peled. mayor ot
S and president of the
''Mrr8b, Sports Union
,S'of the mutual
SSSSA f-ith binding
o nations,
^.person delegation
I. contribution to
wner delegation
Mitchell \p|HIman
TO-pers
I its
process
er.
will
the
Passover
ll
tht delegation
Monda> night. March M.
5 at the fH ol the
ds in I'aim
[2 ing the
pi..... ;a,d
iman bond leader from
% ', being , Jewish community to
u Egypt '" celebrate the
Ration of our people at
en spot where the process
Iptanan noted thai the
Cne OMI "' J--"'' ^
Inced the bond leadara to
ifv their drive in support of
980campai.Ti target ol 1626
t treat v li I Ufaes are
ling l-r.i. I to rush to
her defensi establish-
[jntbeNegi leet target
for evacuating the Sinai
nsula. "ht(Stn
fran Jewish immunity
from Miami Beach,
Mi B2 year old /Vlda K.
Thau, saw involvement in Israel
Bond sales as "one way of
helping America
"Israel is America's first line of
defense in the Middle Kast." she
said. "When we strengthen
Israel's economy through the sale
of bonds. we strengthen
America."
Mrs. Thau will return to Israel
in eight weeks when the Zelda
and Phillip Thau Auditorium on
the Tel Aviv University Campus
will 1m- dedicated, a $100,000 gift
of her son. Kugene V Thau
DELEGATION member.
Jacob Igra of Miami, who had
worked for Israel through bond
sales and other Israel projects
during 30 years residence in
Sweden, saw a strengthened
Israel as one of the free world's
last options for stability in the
Middle Kast Sailing Israel
Bonds strengthens democracy's
first fine of defense in the Middle
Kast. he said.
Veteran of over 40 trips to
Israel. Iga said. "No investment
pays better dividends for the fret-
work! than Israel Bonds in a
world facing challenges from
totalitarian and fundamentalist
extremism and terrorism run
rampant, our sole reliable
democratic ally in the Middle
Kast remains Israel."
During the delegation 'a week-
long visit to Israel, they toured
the Golan Heights. Good Fence,
the Asdod port and industry in
the Tel \viv area They heard
briefings from foreign ministry
and treasurv officials, and v isited
an army base and holy sites in
Jerusalem
Lsuria ivunitu
William 3. Ruben, coordinator
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Mercantile Division,
has announced the 1980 recipient
of the Harold B. Bosworth
Memorial Award for outstanding
community service.
The Bosworth awardee is
Leonard I.urui. who will be
honored at the Division's annual
dinner on Tuesday. April 22
The Mercantile Dinner, co-
chaired by John W. Burden and
David H. Kenny, will take place
at 6:30 p.m. at the Omni
International Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Shimon Peres.
former Prime Minister of Israel
and current leader of the Israeli
Labor Party
I.una has played an active role
in Federation's Combined Jew ish
Appeal-Israel Kmergency Fund
campaign for many years and is a
memlier of the Jewish com-
munity He has served on the
CIA IFF Budget Committee and
is a past co-chairman of the
Mercantile Division In 1970. he
lusterman to Address
t'nai B'rith Conclaves
urray H Shusti rman, Phila-
attoniev and an in
ial vice president of
i B'rith. will be in Fk>rida on
20 to sddn two Israel
tndenu- Daj celebrations
by the H nai B'rith
hdationiif the United States
he first function will be held
id*). April 20 .K the
IlicaM rloti si 9 M) a m
sicond will be u
wn at 12 I p m at the
tal La| r\ Club in
bpane Heath
huswrman ,- the interna-
I chairman ol B'nai B nth a
*l Commission He holds a
decree from Temple
Iversity School ol Law. where
I M- been a member of its
}' teaching corporate law.
M M a senior partner with the
i of Fox. Rothschild. O'Brien
frankel He is a foi met deputy
^ solicitor of Philadelphia and
counsel to the Commission
luman Relations of Philadel-
He drafted the provisions
line Commission on Human
uons contained in the
delphia Home Rule Charter.
a member of the l>oard of
federation of Jewish
es of Greater Philadelphia
"rves on the Anti-
Mion league advisory
of that city. He was
elected the Jewish
of th. National Con
not Christiana and Jews of
[" Philadelphia and is a
<** of the national board of
organization
heSaJutet Urae
'"dependene
Vouth
s,on Apnl 21, will ho
Sen
on Israel's
anniversary,
nor
'ces of B'nai
/.i onard l.una
served as chairman of Temple
Beth Am s C.I A-IKF campaign.
Among the organizations
TUUZpiETll
which have benefited from his
efforts are the National Council
of Jewish Welfare Funds, the
Hillel Foundations of Florida and
the State of Israel Bonds
Organization, where he currently
serves as a member of the
Campaign Cabinet.
The Mercantile Divisions
Bosworth Award is named for the
Late Harold B. Bosworth of
Jordan Marsh and is presented
each year to the individual whose
community service involvement
represents the highest Standards
of dedication to furthering
humanitarian programs and
strengthening the community
Past recipients of the
Bosworth Award include John N
Serb in, Jacob Rabinowitz, Jay I
Kislak. Robert Machl. Max
Orovitz. Milton Weiss. William
S Ruben. Thomas C. Wasmuth.
Robert Russell. Mendel M Salig,
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Ted Bodin.
Ralph Levitz and Marvin H
Jacobs.
Eban Returns to Speak at Emanu-El
foreign
prime
Israel.
Abba Kban. former
minister and deputy-
minister of the State of
will speak at Temple Kmanu -Kl
Wednesday night. April 9. in the
concluding e\ent of the
congregation's 1980 Forum
Series He will discuss Israel's
role in the current Middle Kast
, risk
Mr and Mrs. Irving Cowan,
chairmen of the forum com-
mittee, said a limited number of
Mate is available at the temple
office Roy Wayne and Ed
W einer are series advisors, and
Dr Irving I^ehrman is forum
corrdinator
The former Israeli foreign
minister attracted international
acclaim as a diplomat and orator
during nearly a decade of service
as Israel's chief envoy to both the
United States and United
Nations. He is the only person
ever to serve in both am-
bassadorial posts
simultaneously.
He is the author of The Middle
East in World Politics and
"Voice of Israel." a collection of
his most important addresses.
Last year. F.ban attracted a
capacity audience of 1.800
persons to the Temple Kmanu-Kl
Forum Series, and is the first
individual ever to be invited back
the following year.
Abba Khan

Murray ShlitttmUUI
B'rith, and the men and women
who ha\ e become an integral ran
of the support ol that program.
Chairman of the commute, is
Victor Glazer of Fort l.auderdale.
a member of B'nai B'rith S
President s Club and a member of
the Florida Fund Raising
Cabinet. Samuel Sherwood of
Hollywood is the chairman of the
Florida Fund Raising Cabinet
which is sponsoring both func-
tions on behalf of the P nai
B'rith Foundation and is also a
member of the President s Club
The B'nai B'rith Foundation
raises funds to support the ^outh
Services of B'nai B'rith which
includ the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations with a presence on
some 340 college campuses,
enriching the lives of some
400.000 Jews, and the B nai
B'rith Youth Organization which
is the world's largest inter-
national Jewish vouth movement
serving some 40.000 teenagers in
the United States. Canada and a
dozen other countries
s, n Richard Stom
Sen. Stone
To Speak
At Yeshiva Dinner
United States Sen Richard
Stone will be the featured speaker
the annual dinner of the
Florida Friends Of Yeshiva
University on Sunday. April -0.
at Temple Kmanu Kl in Miami
Beach
The university's Heritage
Award will be presented to
Steven D Robinson, resident
judge ol the Branch Court at
(oral Gables The Heritage
Award is conferred on those who
have exhibited exemplary sen ice
the Jewish community and
South Dad,' Donors of the Greater Miami ,leu ish Federation
Women's Dit ision recently held their annual meeting on behalf
of Federations 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign. Chairing the event was
Simt
Dad, .
Women's Di\ ision rue president tor community education, was
on hand to greet guest speaker Howard Stone I second jrom
right), director of the Overseas Program of the Sational I ruled
.leu ish Appeal.
on (left) of Kendall, and Gail.Iaffe fright I of Kendall. South
V Donor chairmen Maxme Schwartz (second from left),
to
the advancement
education.
of higher
rewis]h Florxdian
"""' Florid
Friday, April 4. 1980
SECTION B
Plaving key roles in organizing
the dinner are Harry A. levy
dinner chairman; Joseph M
Drexler. honorarv chairman and
member of Yeshiva University
board of trustees; campaign
chairman. E. Peter Goldr.ng
and co-chairmen Rabbi Max
LipschiU and Martin Margulies
Asthma Center
First Miami Chapter of
National Jewish Hospital
National Asthma tenter
will meet on Tuesday.
April 8. at noon at me
Washington Sivingi
Auditorium. 1234 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach.
Residents of Biscaxa at Aventura gathered recently for their
annual luncheon on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency-
Fund campaign. Guest speaker was Jerome Gleckel /second
from left), member of the Middle East and Foreign Jewry Sub-
committee of Federation's Community Relations Committee.
CIA IEF Leadership on hand were Harry Rosen (left),
Aventura general chairman: V. Herbert Marks (center,.
Biscaya chairman; Sol Chalek (second from nght) and Ben
jamin Goldfield (right). Biscaya co-chairmen.


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Herzl Institute Names Rabbi Dobin
Historian Talks at Beth Sholo
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin, of
Miami Beach, Jewish communal
leader and historian, has been
named lecturer-in-residence by
the Theodor Herzl Institute of
New York.
Sidney Rosen f eld, program
coordinator of the Institute,
stated that Rabbi Dobin will be
in charge of a series of presen-
tations on the topic. "The
Miracle of Jewish Survival in
Exotic Lands." The series is part
of a year-round program of
hundreds of events on Jewish
themes.
The Theodor Herzl Institute is
an arm of the World Zionist
Organization and is sponsored by
such national Jewish groups as
Hadassah. the American Jewish
Congress, Zionist Youth
Foundation, New York Board of
Rabbis, the Jewish Historical
Society and many others.
Rabbi Dobin has been a rabbi
for nearly 40 years. His concern
for the strengthening of Jewish
values has brought him to
positions of high responsibility in
many Jewish oreanizationo
passoveR SeRvices
Rabbi Rubin Dobin
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
The concluding days of
Passover will be observed at the
Coral Way location of the Beth
David Congregation as follows:
On Sunday. April 6. at 6 p.m.
in the chapel and April 7 at 9 a.m.
in the main sanctuary with Rabbi
Stanley R. Gerstein preaching on
the topic: "A Search for Future
Redemption."
The eighth day will be ob-
served with a service on Monday.
April 7 at 6 p.m. in the chapel and
a service in the main sanctuary at
9 a.m. on Tuesday. April 8. The
sermon tipic will be "Two Kinds
of Immortality with Rabbi Sol
Landau preaching. This will also
be a Yiskor Memorial Service.
AVENTURA
JEWISH CENTER
Aventura Jewish Center
Pesach services are as follows:
Shabbat Hoi Hamoed Friday.
April -4. at 8:15 p.m. Pulpit
guest: Roy Sager. Flowers
donated by Estelle Roth and
Sally Saganov
Saturday, April 5. at 8:45 a.m.
Pulpit guest. Roy Sager.
Seventh day of Pesach.
Sunday. April 6. at 5:15 p.m. and
Monday. April 7. at 8:45 a.m.
Rabbi David Saltzman will
preach on "We Have Many Seas
to Part." Eighth day of Pesach.
Monday. April 7. at 5:15 p.m.;
Tuesday, April 8, at 8:45 a.m.
Yizkor Memorial Service.
Dedication of plaques. Rabbi
Saltzman will preach on "Are We
the Generation in the Wilder-
ness."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Concluding services of
Passover will be held at Temple
Emanu-Fl at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
April 6; at 9 a.m. ant 6:30 p.m..l
Monday. April 7: and at 9 a.m. I
Tuesday. April 8. Rabbi Irvingj
Lehrman will officiate.
Rabbi Lehrman will lead a
Yizkor (memorial) service for
members at 1030 a.m. Tuesday,
to be followed immediately by a
Yizkor service for non-members.
The Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood will hold an open
board meeting Wednesday. April
9. at 10:30 a.m. in Sirkin Hall
with Rabbi Reuben Dobin the
guest speaker on "Cults."
THE ISRAELITE
CENTER TEMPLE
Final days of Passover services
are scheduled as follows Sunday.
April 6. evening service, 6 p.m :
Monday. April 7. morning
wn ice, 4.r> a.m.: evening
service, > p.m Tuesday, April 8,
morning service. 8:46 am:
Yiskor Memorial Service, 10:15
a.m evening service, 6 p.m.
TEMPLE ZION
The doors arc open to the
public at Temple Zion for all
services. Dr Norman N.Shapiro,
spiritual leader, announces
services for the Passover holida)
with the following schedule
Monday. April 7, 9 am. the
topic: "Compassion for the
Conquered."
Tuesday.April8.9am.. Yizkor
(memorial) services. Topic: 'To
Remember or to Forget."
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Seventh Day of Passover
services at Temple Israel, in-
cluding Yizkor (Memorial Ser-
vices) will be held on Monday,
April 7 at 11 a.m.
Passover Seder at
Homestead AFB
Evdyn Clein. servicemen's
service chairman for the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans, of the Department of
Florida, is in charge of a Passover
Seder to be held at the Home-
stead Air Force Base Chapel on
Thursday evening. April 10. at 7
p.m.. under the direction of the
chaplain. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg
Hilda Michel, president of the
Homestead Naranja Auxiliary
384. will co-chair the Seder, which
will start at 7 p.m.
Other Auxiliaries participating
in sponsoring the Seder are
Norman Bruce Brown No. 174.
Point East No 698, Harry II
Cohen No 7j:f. South Daiie No
77h. and Four Freedoms No 402
All sen ice people in the Home
stead area an> invited to be their
guests and all chaplains on the
base w ill be special guesl a
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Carl Klein of the
Hallandale Jewish Center. Inc .
will appear on "The Jewish
Worship Hour on April 6 at 8:30
a.m. on Channel 10.
Prof. Emil L. Fackenheim.
Jewish historian, will discuss
Authentic and Unauthentic
Responses to the Holocuast."
when he appears as the last in a
succession of guest lecturers
presented by Temple Beth
Sholom's second annual Omnibus
Series. Sunday. April 13. at 10:30
a.m. in the temple sanctuary.
Maimi Beach.
Following his talk.
Fackenheim will join spiritual
leader. Rabbi Leon Kronish. in a
dedication ceremony of the
bronze plaque which will be
placed at the foot of the two
Holocaust Memorial Sculptures.
The 11:30 a.m. ceremony,
which will be held in the
Memorial Gardens. com-
memorates Yom Hahsho.
Martyrs Day."' which
President Carter has proclaimed
as the official Holocaust Day-
Cantor David Conviser will lead
the children's choir in songs of
the Holocaust and Ghetto
Currently professor of
philosophy at the University of
Toronto. Rabbi Fackenheim
m

Prof. Fackenheim
attendee! the I nrVeralbji
Halle (Germany), \\,
I Scotland) andTomotoiCt
from which he holds a doctor]
m philosophy
_ The series is ...rdinawdl
Cultural Arts Director,
Drucker.
Red Magen David
Opens District Office
The Southeast I hstrict office ol
the American Red Magen David
tor Israel will officially open it*
new office .it 16499 Nl 19th *W
Suite 103,on April 15, at 11 a.m.
Those who will attend are
David Coleman, ARMD1 state
chairman; Rabbi Rubin Dobin,
\ll>\ chairman ol recognition
operations; Harry Rothman,
Isaiah Chapter president;
Howard Kaufman Create' Miami
Chapter president. Jack Kelter.
Freedom Chapter president; Max
BezoZO, Col Marcus Chapter
president, and various other
newlv
leader* tn>i:>
chapters
tRMDI i- in. i -apponj
the I S of th. \l 11 \ I
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I^ds of Hebrew University Honor Sonja Zuckerman
g. Zuckerman
Miami
vr. has been
,ffi Woman of the Year
Division of the
of the
Women
Miami Chapter
trsity
, immit,'r'""s
i Shturman.
daughter <>f
1 )ov and
w.i- raised and
JuglUUOd movement which
fought for independence from
Oreat Mritain). In Haifa today,
there Ls a museum called Bet
Shturman. where the busts of
Dov and Chaim Shturman are
permanently displayed.
Sonja's early years were
spent studying at the Alliance
d'Israelite in Haifa. Among her
many talents is the ability of
Herparenl- were P',ne*'r speaking seven languages
, "Palestine, and her
tl the dramatic historic
|,s in the early part of this
lirv
Inia's father and unch were
U ,n the Hagannah lun-
Sylvia Herman, president
Uf' Miami Keg ion of
Issah. announces the
,5 second annual spring
nee to be held
nt Plaza Hotel in
W-29
at the
Miami
ladassah Klectrifies
lies" is the theme of
nee, which will be
by delegates from
the
the
at
32
rs. including Puerto Rico
lai guests will include
Greenspan. National
sah conference advisor;
Blitzer. Washington corres-
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Irving Widaen. national
of the Hadassah Zionist
Commission
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unny Hershbein. conference
Binator. Marion Raich,
rrence arrangements; Eva
reasurer;
reservations and
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linn*: sessi are Judy
fond-raising, Hilda
and Bonnie Jacobaon,
clinic Evi Nemirow.
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m and Zionist affairs;
ship. Bonn* Jacobaon;
Liss and Barnica
son, secretaries and
Ken, Brodsky, Gloria
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She and her husband. Harry
are known for their man'v
philanthropic acts, in addition to
their concern and interest in the
H.hrew University through its
Coming from Detroit. Mich.,
eight years ago. she has made a
tremendous impact on the Miami
scene by her gracious, glamorous
and charitable endeavors on
I), halt of the communilv. Israel
ilvia Herman to Preside
Ut Hadassah Conclave
Chairman for the first annual
spring luncheon. Marcy Lafton,
civic leader, announced: "The
American Friends are honored to
present paraonaUy inscribed
certificates to the newly formed
charter members of, "The
Daughters of Mount Scopus."
dedicated to the advancement of
American Frianda. Sonja is being higher learning and research '
honored in recognition of her Proceeds Of this luncheon go to
distinguished activities in this endow an educational facility at
Community. the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem to be known as "The
Daughters of Mount Scopus.
The 11:45 a.m. session is being
coordinated by Florence D.
Feldman, director of the
Women's Division.
Reservations may be made at
the office of the American
Friends, Miami Beach.
At the Women of the Year
Award Luncheon, to be held at
the Eden Roc Hotel on April 10.
the organization dedicated to the
support of deserving and needy-
youth in Israel. Beverly Sassoori
wife of Vidal Sassoon. will be
recognized for her advice on
health and beauty, and will be
guest speaker at the luncheon.
Sonja Zuckerman
New Leaders for Chug Aliyah Group
Evelyn Pawliger, youth ac-
tivities; Yetta Fried, education;
Judie Berger, Fun Night
program; and Barbara Cole,
program workshop.
Additional appointments are:
centerpieces. Gus Steinberg and
Betty Cantor; delegates kits,
Mildred Hutt and I-ee Kronig;
delegates reception. Linda
Hakerim. Dena Greenfield. Gerry
Chertoff and Gert Lissauer;
delegates badges, Beverly
Kanterman; early bird drawing,
Roz Barker; hostesses. Edith
Churgel. Fritzi Edelstein. Ruthie
Goldberg. hospitality bags.
Isabel Turner. Phoebe Gould and
Jessica Magdaloff. meal head
count. Irma Rashkind. session
head count. Pauline Shamus.
mailings and notices. Marion
Reich: meal place cards Janet
Friedman; publicity. Kileen
S.itlin. reservations check-in. Lil
Werner: timekeeper. Rose
Wipnick. tickets (meal func-
tions!. Ruth Sher; social
secretary. Rose Davidow;
bulletin board. Roslyn Strauss;
flags. BettJ Drachman. flowers
and photography. Esther Rich-
man, candid photos. Ruth Sands.
For further information call the
Miami Region of Hadassah
office.
Physicians' Seminar
The Dade Monroe Lung
Association and American Lung
Association of Broward-G lades-
Hendry are sponsoring a seminar
for physicians. "Diagnostic Tools
in Lung Disease. to be held
April 14 and 21 simultaneously at
Mount Sinai Medical Center.
South Miami Hospital, and
Broward General Medical Center.
6to7:30p.m.
JWV Group to
Honor President
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223,
Jewish War Veterans, will honor
their president. Tanya Levine. at
a "end of term" party to be held
on Wednesday, April 9. at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Shirley
Achtman. West Miami. All
members are invited to attend
the supper party.
Mrs. l^evine has been re-elected
for a second term and will be
installed in a joint installation of
Post and Auxiliary officers on
Sunday. April 20.
On Satuuday. April 12. at 7
p.m.. hospital chairman, Ruth
Herman, and her committee will
hold a ward party at the Veterans
Administration Hospital in
Miami. Anyone wishing to attend
can call Mrs Herman
The Auxiliary usually meets
the first Wednesday of each
month in the Senior Citizens
Room of West Miami Town Hall
AJC Wise Chapter
To Hear Review
As a gift from Jessie Blauman
in honor of her 89th birthday, a
book review and dramatization of
the Sun Flower will be presented
by Arlene Ditchek and Lana
Goldberg on Thursday. April 10.
at noon.
The event is a meeting of the
Justine I-ouise Wise Chapter of
American Jewish Congress at the
American Bank. Alton and
Lincoln Rd
Reaffirmation Sabbath
A Sabbath of Reaffirmation is
planned for Saturday, April 5. at
9 am. during Sabbath Services
at the main sanctuary of the Beth
David Congregation. 2625 SW
3rd Ave. All Bar and Bat Mit
zvah in the 1979-80 class will
participate and be given special
recognition.
The South Florida Chug
Aliyah Group held its monthly
meeting March 23 at the Jewish
Federation with 45 people in
attendance.
Welcomed as the new co-chair-
persons were Herzl Honor of
Miami Beach and David Nem-
tzov of North Miami Beach. Leo
Schwartzberg is the outgoing
chairperson.
Acknowledgement and con-
gratulations were given to Mr.
and Mrs. Dennis Learner and
family of South Miami, who are
leaving this month for their new
home in Israel. They will go to
Mevasseret Zion Absorption
Center in Jerusalem Also. Bruce
'036
Wey*' Watc*'
George Malin
I* helping bring the
dream within reach for an
elderly Rumanian Jew who haa
found a place where people care -
a Malben Home for the Aged in
PetachTikvah.
Thrdrram Is within }
reach. If wc reach out ^ fa
together to help J**Y
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergent \ Fund
4200 Blacavne Blvd Miami 33137
Atlas, of
will be
Mesilot.
North Miami Beach,
leaving to Kibbutz
Further information is
available by contacting Israel
Aliyah Center at the Jewish
Federation.
RABBI
(Relocating to Florida)
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Miami Phone: 673-8393
Out of local area call collect
Women's Division of the
Greater Miami
Jewish Federation
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
PRESENTS THE FOLLOWING SLATE
OF OFFICERS FOR 1980-81
PRESIDENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
Campaign:
Leadership Development:
Community Education:
CORRESPONDING AND
RECORDING SECRETARY:
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN:
PARLIAMENTARIAN:
IMMEDIATE PAST
PRESIDENT:
Helene Berger
Mikki Futernick
Charlotte Held
Dorothy Podhurst
Gail Harris
Gwen Weinberger
Maxine Schwartz
Gwen Weinberger
i Presented by the Nominating Committee in accordance with the
By-Laws of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation (as revised 1979) Article XI. Section IF, G and I.
Section 1F
The list of nominees shall be presented to the Women's Division
by publication no later than April 15.
Section 10
Additional nominations may be made only by petition carrying fif-
teen (15) or more signatures of persons with voting privileges,
provided consent of the nominee has been obtained in advance
These petitions must reach the Chairman of the Nominating
Committee not later than fourteen (14) days after the slate has
been published
Section 11
If there are no further nominations, the slate as published shall be
considered elected on May 1.
WOMEN'S DIVISION NOMINATING COMMITTEE


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ZJr. ffefe/i /%wtri to Speak
At Yiddish Culture Winkle
On Thursday. April 10. at]
10:30 a.m. at Temple Ner Tamid
tribute will be paid to the
memory of the six million Jewsl
who perished under Hitler.
Dr. Helen Fagin. a survivor of
the Holocaust, director of Judaic
Studies Program and Yiddish
courses at University of Miami,
will be the guest speaker, on the
Holocuast.
Dr. Fagin was recipient of the
National Holocaust Memorial
Award and is lecturer and author
on the Holocaust. She created
and developed two courses which
serve as the basic classes for the
Judaic Studies program at the
University of Miami. Literature
of the Holocaust" and the
Holocaust: Man and God After
Auschwitz."
Dr. Fagin has conducted
numerous workships on the
Holocaust and was recently
asked to testify for the
President's Commission on the
Holocuast.
Shevie Berland. financial
secretary, will read from Max
Kaufman's writings.
Shevie Berland. financial
secretary. will read from the late
Lowenthal Photo Exhibit
A collection of photographic
works by Maurice R. Lowenthal.
vice president of radio station
YVTMI. will be displayed in an
exhibition entitled. "In Nature's
Realm." Sunday. April 6 through
Wednesday. April 23. at the
Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach
In his first professional
exhibit. lowenthal. an amateur
photographer of 85 years, will be
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Sunday, April 13, at 1:30 P.M.
LaB/awa
Coloratura Soprano
With orchestra Mac Pollack, conducting
Theater of the Performing Arts
1700 Washington Aveno*
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Herbert Baumgard and
country.
Matheu Silverstein
Dr. Helen Fagin
Max rwautmans writings.
The candlelighting ceremony,
in memorv of the six million, will
be conducted. Rabbi Eliezer
Goldberger will chant the
Kaddish and Kl Mole Rachmim.
Leon Yudoff. accompanied by
Oscar Shapiro, will sing ap
propriate songs Sarah Kaufman
will be the chairperson.
Special Events at JCC
1,,,. ,*K rrtmmnnitv MllsllMans of protess
showing predominantly color.
The photos, which also include
black and white, were shot in
Florida. Kurope and Asia
Coordinated by Judy Drucker,
director of the Art Gallery, the
showing will be launched at a
cocktail reception, Sunday. April
6. from 6 to 7 p.m.. to which the
public is invited Gallery boura
then alter will be daily. 9 am to
5 p.m Friday evening!, 8 to 9 30
p.m.. Saturday 9 a m to l p m..
Sunday 10 am to 1 p m
The Jewish fnmmunii)
Center's South Dade Singles 140
to 55) will present a Nutrition
Workshop on Wednesday, April
9, ai 7:30 p m at the South Dade
tenter
This workshop. featuring
Norms Watkins, will emphasize
"Good vs. Had'' food.
The South Dade Center is
offering a four-week mini-course
in beginning photography.
Teacher is Joy Viplrin, teacher
at the UniversitJ ol Miami Art
Department.
The course begins Mondaj
April 14. from l 3 p.m. through
Mas 6
The South Dade Jewish
Community Center is offering a
class m patchwork quilting that
focuses <>n design, color coor
dination, and quality of work-
manship as well as the mechanics
ot creating quilts
Carol Wien, artist and
Universit) <>i Miami instructor in
the school ol continuing studies,
will teach the class which meets
at the South Dad.- Center
Fridays from 9:30 to 1 1 30 a m
inning April 1 l foi six weeks
Mizrachi Women
Announce Events
Sky lake Chapter ol American
Mi rat hi \\ omen will meet on
I*h \pnl 10, at 1 p m in
the Youth ( hap. I of 1 emple
Kdatl Yeshurun \ program,
sponsored bj Flaglei Savings
ami Loan Association, will be on
The Middle East Odyssej
Chai chapter nt \merican
Mizrachi Women is holding its
annual auction, Sundaj Vpril 27,
at remple (r Olom, 8756 SW
16th St., Miami Earlj
specials, 5 p.m. to p m Auction
starts at s p iii All new mer-
chandise, including a cruise for
one week, will be auctioned
B'naiB'rith Women
Lincoln B'nai B'rith Women
will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday, April y. at 11:30
a m. at the HMt Lincoln Road
Club Room.
We'll Make The World Kosher
For You.
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Tours
For information and brochures call any travel agent
Musicians of professional
caliber, who are interest, -d in
chamber music and can share one
morning a week, are invited to
the Michael \nn RueeeU Jewish
Community Center. North Miami
Beach, branch ot the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida
Each Thursday morning at
10 30 am in Room 215, North
Dade Chamber Musi. Croup
holds practice sessions \ variety
ot chamber music clusters will
emerge from this original group
Child Pianist to
Entertain
Technion
The Miami Beach Chapter I
Women's Divisioi Wncirl
Society for lechnion will I I
regular monthly |ur
meeting on April lo at ttieI
Montmartre Hotel at noon
Christopher I
trodigy piano viri
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l.-.m /aben or I ton I :.\ \nhur
Synagogue
Listings
Candlelighting
Time
6:16
11 Nisan5740
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM Or Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr Baumgard
S Miami 667 5567 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chetitz. Associate Rabbi
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard
will speak on
What Did Elijah Say to
SantaClaus Fri. 7 30p m
jSinglesTorah Service. Friday at 9 30
p.m Rabbi Mitchell Chetitz Torah
Service. Sat Apr 5 9:15 and 11 15
BETH TORAH 947 7S28JI
CONGREGATION Conserviim||
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
Dr. Max A Lipschitz Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Arorv
Friday evening. Bat Mitzvah ol Ltsh*
Shupack
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative H UN
Dr Irving Lehrmar- Rabbi
Zvi Adler. Cantor
Friday service,6 U p.m.
Saturday service ll -am
Dr Irving Lehrmar .s preadl
BETH DAVID Miami s Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr Sol Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R Gerstein. Ass t Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M Lipson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Phone 854 3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 am
S Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
BETHKODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 858 6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon lor Yahrzeiten
Daily 7:45 a.m. A 5:30 p.m.
Late Frl. Eve. Service 815 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538 7231
Cantor David Convisar Liberal
In honor ot Dr. Kroniah'a anniver-
sary, his aon will speak Frl. at 8:15
p.m. Saturday services at 10:45 a.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576 4000
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
.;-. V in In 33131 3r4MJ
HabD Lewis I Bogagt D.'ector u-
*mi i a" Mtbic* Cu'-g'eg.r
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd
Coral Gables
Michael B. Eisenst.K
Reform
667565?
Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitr
Cantor Nico Feldman
Friday services at 8 15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 am
[TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Art
North Cade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P Kingsley. Rabb>
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsey, Anmm.strto
Sabbath Eve Services 8 15pm
(7:30 p.m. on the lust
Friday ol the month!
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 am
Consarv"rt
2712311
Rabbi
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Drive
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor Ben Dickson
Avron Smolenaky. Musical Director
Janet Stone. Early Childhood Oi'
Dorothy H. Grant. Exec Oirector
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
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Soviet Jewish Journalist Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
MFW YORK UTA) Iffr
Nfc n the 44 year-old
G0brioumaS. and author.
hrux^'" fiver yrrs
""n^nment and confiscate
^ nn^rtv at h.s trial on
IR Mry reported.
V* fall W incriminate Gober
i The Jew'sh ph'lt>grapher
sent on trail ..h Outer-
'" Two of them sre convicted
^.naN o~ "' *hom hM
for larceny
'i ,hr third was the Jewish
rapber
GUBERMAN m anv*fd
. :. and held to-
do Hi wassmUnced
[ trafficking u>
tive contributor
. tht- und publication.
<.s.had been
... KCB agents, who
.t.'T, neking information on
rhe KGB
. ased after
when Igor, his
: ,i two children
applied f.T. x I isaa to Israel
After month- of repeated
refusal* bj tiiiherman to
cooperate with the secret police.
KGB arrested Gubcnnan n
false charges ol buying and
ailing the NCSJ said
He had in fact, been collecting
medie\ai relics for many years, a
(den b) So* let
Ww. Um N< S said
The NCSJ said the trial of
(juberman was held in
Dimitrov.a town near MOSCOW
TheaKenc> Said it had no in-
formation on what action the
Dimitrov court took against the
three co-defendants, or whether
there had been any police action
against (iuberman's wife and two
children.
ACCORDING to information
made .available to the NCSJ.
e\ idence which surfaced during
the trial demonstrated that the
two hard con- criminals had been
burglarizing homes since 1973. In
connection with the burglaries
stolen goods from 29 homes were
cited as being sold to various
buyen, two of whom served Sfl
witnesses One witness. Kilipov.
confessed buying 80 icons on
wey er.il different occasions
Other witnesses included
alleged victims ol the burglaries
They admit tad during the trial
that they never filed complaints
against the defendansta and, in
fact, never saw ait) ol the stolen
proper!> exhibited as e\ ulenci
Most of the so-called evidence
sgainsl Guberman was carried in
the testimony of the two con
Vic ted criminals M ho testified
that in 1978 Guberman bought lit
or 11 icons, knowing that they
were stolen. They also admitted
that they were guaranteed
shorter, more lenient sentences if
Guberman were found guilty
ACCORDING to informed
sources in the Soviet Union, the
defending attorney asked that all
charges against (luherman he
dropped because of lack of
evidence. In opposition, the
prosecutor argued in his sum-
mation that (luherman organized
the thefts and. in fact, enticed
the others into committing the
actual crimes
The NCSJ also said that ac-
cording to reports from the
I SSK. the prosecutor said. "In
spite of the fact that there is no
concrete evidence against
(luherman. I am sure the wit-
nesses told the truth and
Guberman is guilty of all the
above crimes." He then asked the
judge for a sentence of five years
imprisonment, with an added
penalty of property confiscation.
Bergers Give Genesis Project to CAJE
At the Central Agency for
Jewish Education dinner held on
March 20 m honor of Mrs Helens
Merger, the Herger family an
nounced a donation of the third
edition of the (ienesis Project to
the Central Agency for .Jewish
I- ducat ion
The Genesis Project is a multi-
media presentation of the Five
Hooks of Moses, utilizing the
most modern techniques in audio
visual resources Each volume
includes a 16 mm movie, film
-trips, cassette tapes, magazines,
and teacher resource material for
use during class
The Genesis Project is used
primarily in the .ludaica High
School Program as well as in
man) ol the learn-ins with the
Women's Division. Young Adult
Division and Leadership groups
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. the Jewish
Federation ol South Broward,
and the Jewish Federation of
Nort h Broward
In accepting the donation. Al
Golden, president of the Central
Vcncy tor Jewish Education,
announced "This is just another
example ol the deep commitment
and dedicated concern of the
Herger family for .Jewish
education."
For more information as to the
availability of the (ienesis
Project, contact Sandy Andror.
at the CAJE
Lakes NCJW
On April 9, Mary .Jane Tucker
will show slides on the historic
Mirvej ol Dade County at the
meeting of Lakes Division of
National Council of Jewish
Women. The meeting will he at
11:30 a.m. at Washington
Federal, 633 NE 167 St.. North
Miami Beach.
LtxryMizrach
is helping bring the
dream within reach for
25-year-old Moroccan
immigrant whose university
*cholarthip is hi* passport out
of Jerusalem's Katamon
slum.
Bte dream is within ^j
"> ifwereachoul 4 +i
. ..together to help jt 4
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
19N0 Combined Jewish Appeal
brael Emergency Fund
4200 Bis, ayne Bfvd Miami 33137
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Home Builders to Hold
Annual Bonds Dinner
.The South Florida Builders
and Allied Trades will hold their
annual Dinner of State of behalf
of the Israel Bonds Organization
on Satuarday evening. April 19.
at the Konover Hotel on Miami
Beach.
Two industry members will be
recipient* <>1 Israel's Lion of
.Judah Award recognizing their
participation and work on behalf
ol Israel, Israel Bonds and thi
i. wish community.
The award will be presented to
Arthur Lazarus, founder and
president -t the Lazarus Com-
munities, who has developed
homes in many areas of Dade and
Broward counties. His projects
include the Villas of Pembroke
Fines. Trail Run and Sugar
Fines.
Lazarus is honorary building
chairman of the South Dade
Hebrew Academy, has been
named Builder of the Year by the
Builders Association of South
Florida and is a director of the
National Association of Home
Builders and the Florida Home
Builders Association. He is also
on the board of directors of the
Sunset Commercial Bank and a
trustee of the Lincoln Savings
and Loan Association.
The second Lion of Judah
Award will be presented to Philip
Pearlman. a leading architect in
the south Florida area. A winner
of many qwards and scrolls in
engineering and design,
Pearlman is a member of the
American Institute of Architects
and the National Association of
Home Builders
He was vice chairman of the
Dade County Planning Advisory
Board and was a member of the
Florida Builders and Developers
Council. A former director of
the Pan-American Bank.
Pearlman is also a trustee of the
Condominium Institute of the
University of Miami.
The special guest speaker at
the dinner-dance will be the Rev
John Stanley Grauel. a crew
member of the Exodus and
Mideast expert.
Chairmen of the Israel Bonds
dinner are Sanford B. Miot and
Arthur Kail. Honorary chairmen
are George Bergmann and Robert
L. Siegel.
t
Philip Pearlman
Arthur Lazarus
Israel Bonds Events
CALIFORNIA CLUB
Harvey Berman. president and
founder of the Lake Carmel
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, will receive
Israel's Generation Award at a
"Salute to Israel'' sponsored by
the Israel Bonds Organization,
Thursday. April 10. at 9:30 a.m..
at the California Club.
Berman has long been active in
Jewish communal affairs and has
received many honors and
awards for his participation in
B'nai B'rith affairs.
Emil Cohen, humorist and
entertainer, will be the special
guest. Herman Sacks is chair-
man.
MORTON TOWERS
Morton Towers will hold its
annual Israel Bonds Luncheon on
Sunday. April 13. at noon, in the
Fontainebleau-Hilton Hotel,
when several residents will be
honored with the Israel
(Jeneration Award.
Recipients of the awards will
be Albert and Anne Anker and
Herbert and F.dith Sittenfeld.
couples who have demonstrated
unique leadership qualities on
behalf of Israel and the Israel
Bonds Organization for more
than three decades.
The Ankers have been active in
the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. B'nai
B'rith. ORT and Hadassah. They
have also participated in
numerous Israel Bonds cam-
paigns and have worked with
HI AS.
The Sittenfelds have been
diligent workers for ORT, B'nai
B'rith. the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and are also involved
with the Jewish National Fund
and Variety Children's Hospital
Eric Glaser is chairman of the
event, and honorary chairman is
George Shaeffer.
F.dith and Herbert Sittenfeld
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Danny Tadmore. a comedian
and Israeli song stylist, will be
the guest entertainer.
CRESTVIEW TOWERS
The State of Israel Bonds
Generation Award will be
presented to the Soltz-Yaffa
Chapter of Hadassah for their
outstanding service to the Jewish
people and to the State of Israel.
The presentation will take place
at an Israel Independence Day
celebration on Thursday. April 17
at 8 p.m.. in the Crestview
Towers Social Hall
The entertainment will be
provided by Eddie Barton, of the
Barton Brothers. American-Jew-
ish folk humorist. The event is
sponsored by the Crestview
Towers Israel Bond Committee.
Sylvia Listfield is chairperson of
the celebration.
Adath Yeshurun to Honor Raylsons
Charlotte and Joseph Haylson
Charlotte and Joseph Rayl9on
will be feted at a "Salute to
Israel'" luncheon at Temple
Adath Yeshurun on Sunday.
April 13, at noon.
The Raylsons will receive the
David Ben-Gurion Award which
will be presented to them jointlv
by the State of Israel and the
Israel Bonds Organization
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Bonds Event at Temple Zioi
Mack and Evelyn Pawliger will
receive Israel's Generation
Award at a "Salute to Israel"
breakfast to be held at Temple
Zion on Sunday, April 13. at 10
am.
The Pawligers are being
recognized for their active
participation in numerous Jewish
philanthropic and service groups.
Pawliger was Temple Zion
president and a member of the
board. He is also a member of the
Home Builders Association of
South Florida.
Mrs Pawliger is administra-
tive vice president of Hadassah
and chairman of youth activities
of the Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission. She is also involved
in the Jewish Women's Political
Caucus and B'nai B'rith.
American-Jewish humorist.
Evelyn and Mack Pauligir
Eddie Schaffer. will he the guest
entertainer. Harvey Rashkind is
chairman of the event
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Anti-Semitic Pieces Cut From Passion Play
HELMUT ALT
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, ..r- to the (>!>erammergau
I pis v -**> w,i";nd
K has rhaw-d in a number
Sunp-rtantr-l-'-
The alteration- and tonings-
i n in the t.-xt. following tCCU-
10 .hat anti-Semitic.
f mm".- conmjting of the
Jntirertor. the village pnest
&fromKttalmonester>-and
5brr* of the local pansh
council
. Oberammergauhasadecadeof
confusion and change behind it.
I ?m .h- ro* about tne P,a>;
5pl,t the village mto two rival
camps
SOON AFTER the last
Passion Play in 1970 which was
rvisited bv half a million people
from 113'countries, there was a
I demand for reform, for a new.
modem story
These reformist* were soon
confronted bv a -olid phalanx of
conservatives who rejected any
change in the text or format of
the plav. ih-ngarding the fact
that it has bei n adapted on
several OCCasinoa in it 800yal
history
All the works on which the
in l'l..> an baaed coma
originally from the liturgy: the
old Eastei ij the medieval
nyster) s, renaiaaance
|j Baroque
theatre
It wa- during the baroque
i thai Pater Ferdinand
nearby
ipted the
h wen no
modem and
\o\ ,i in fine
imetera
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th*- liim SlXtJ 'Her
Patet Outiar
\\< is thougl fil to tranaform
Rosner si il v< rae drama
r
Rosi n was bo highly
thought of that a was compared
with Klopstock Metsiaa aa the
S ai :.il ion on the
i r theme
The Weis version, revised l>v
village priest \loia Daiaenbergar
in I860, was then used unin
terruptedl) ever) 10 years up to
Despite graal efforts, no one
bleto find .i i>et who could
nu i new libretto, a new
n pla> I ven in the reform
' 0, both Miles
thai the biblical
a,'tl":'- lend its,It to a
n vei
. RENOWNED S( MOLARS of
n and literature. Judaiata
ol the -oven
in the German
ng world met for a three
nfen nee on the debate
The) cami to the conclusion
:hat New Testament texts are
l uiterpreted correctly simply
("'">i lorretiiy sunpiv
Mcause they are taken literally
nm the Bible What mattered
the meaning in the con-
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text.
In 1975. Bavarian Television
invited the (iberammergau
parish council to Munich to show
it its film of the eight hour
version of the play from 1970
There was general agreement
afterwards that changes would
need to he made.
FROM THEN on. the
argument revolved around the
choice between the Daisenberger
or the Rosner versions.
A popular vote decided that
the Rosner version favored by the
reformists should be adapted for
the play
And if this were rejected, the
Diasenberg version would be
used. Rosner's use of language,
the composed use of verse, the
merging of old with new formal
elements, the religious warmth
and the high poetic baroque form
inspired Hans Schwaighofer to
produce a completely new
production
Schwaighofer, director of the
State Woodcarvera' School and
himself a playwright and set
designer of standing, used bold
eta, stylized costumes and
props, electronic and acoustic
methods and failed.
ANTON PRF.ISINOER. who
twoce played Christ and is now
landlord of the Hotel zur Post,
sayd: "These are pop colors, but
era want to enact our faith."
The parish had spent DM2m
on rehearsals and preparations
for the new modernized Rosner
version.
And the signs are that the Sch-
waighofer reform version will not
be ditched even after 1980.
For the time being, however,
the Diasenberger version will be
used a lay play in the south
(ierman tradition, of high quality
in form and content, full of
childlike piety and embedded in
the Volkslied basic tenor.
Director Hans Maier has
promised that this year will be a
play of reconciliation. Cardinal
Ratzinger visited the American
Jewish Committee in New York
and spoke to Rabbi Marc H.
Tanenbaum. On his return
recommended certain changes in
the Diasenberg version.
THE CHANGES made are
considerable. There hvae been
cuts and tonings-down in about
three dozen places. The main
problem was in assertion of
Jewish collective guilt in Christ's
death.
To counter this, the following
addition has been made to the
prologue: "Far from us all efforts
to seek guilt among others.
Welcome to you also, brothers
and sisters of the race from which
Jesus came."
This is not quite satisfactory.
The word also could have been
omitted.
Pontius Pilate's curse. The
curse of blood on you and your
children." has been cut out. The
scene of the Pharisees in the
Temple has been changed, and
the Pharisees are now a crowd
instead.
THIS IS historically correct
because after the Persian Cyrus
returned the ruined city of
Jerusalem to the Jews, the mass
of the Jewish people called
.hemselves Pharisees.
Retained is the following
choral text in part five of the
play:
"Envy and greed and hatred
among brothers constantly
destroy mankind's happiness and
blessings."
This is something all involved
in the production of the Oberam-
mergau play should bear in mind.
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Helen and Abe Domaniewitz and Janet and Harry
Schuldiner were the recipients of Histadrut's City of
Jerusalem Plaque at the annual Scholarship Ball held
recently at the Deauville Hotel. Each couple sponsored a
room at the Yasski Bet Clinic in Beersheba. Israel. Shown.
from left, in first photo, are Dare Silrerbush. Abe and
Helen Domaniewitz and Sat Lacoi From left, in second
photo, are Silrerbush. Harry and Janet Schuldiner and
Irring Gordon.
Community Corner
On Sunday, April 6. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the public is
invited to the Channel 2 studios to preview and prebid on
approximately 200 pieces of art, which go up for bids during the
Fine Art and Antiques Auction. April 1112. Paintings,
graphics, photographs, sculpture and ceramics will be on
display.
The South Florida Chapter of the National Association of
Women Business Owners, a not-for-profit organization com-
prised of women business owners, will hold its monthly dinner
meeting Tuesday, April 8. The meeting will be at the Red Coach
Grill, 1455 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami, cocktails begin at 6
p.m.. and dinner will follow at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Harry Weisberger was to speak on "Jewish Problems
throughout the World" at a meeting of the Dr. Abraham
Wolfson Forum on April 3 at 10 a.m. at the Washington Federal
Bank. 1234 Washington Ave., Miami Beach On April 10.
Howard Russell will speak on "Impact Program."
Zona Posever. sculptor, will be the guest speaker at the
Miami Beach Art Forum Saturday. April 5, at 2:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Public Library.
New members of King's Bay Yacht and Country Club are:
Laura and Robert E. Chasen and children Julie and Ellie:
Barbara and Winston Ely and children Edward. Judith and
Bartlet: Linda and Jeffrey Fine and children Linda. Jeffrey.
Gregg and Kevin: Shirley and Melvin Landow and son Alan:
Laura and Martin Miller and children Martin. Laura and Hilary:
Gloria and Richard Peeples and children Jeannine. Richard and
Greg; John Strong III; Barbara and Dr. Irwin Weinberg and
children Marc and Jonathon: Mercedes and Juan Yanes and
children Jose. Alberto. Armando. Carlos and Laura: Tobv and
Lawrence Segal and children Jodi and Jamie.
Miami friends have learned that Rabbi and Mrs. Moses
MesrhelofT will be honored on the occasion of their 25th year
with Congregation KINS, of West Rogers Park, Chicaeo on
Sunday. April 13.
Each of us has about 12-13 pints of blood. Healthv persons
can make blood available for those who need it. Your bodv will
replace that which is given.
If you are between the ages of 17 and 66. be a volunteer
blood donor at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Miami Beach. The
Mount Sinai Blood Bank accepts blood donations 365 davs of
i he year, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community Center
branch of the Jewish Community Centers of South Florida pre-
school children (ages 3 through 51 participated with the senior
adults at the South Beach Activities Center. Miami Beach in a
model Passover Seder. March 28. at South Beach.
Official groundbreaking ceremonies were held recently for
the soon to be built Ronald McDonald House, a home away
from home" for parents of children being treated for serious
illncaaoa
The Ronald McDonald House, to be located at the
University of Miami Jackson Memorial Medical Center is a
project of the Ronald McDonald House of South Florida. Inc a
non profit organization consisting of parents, medical personnel
and concerned individuals.
The next free "open to the public" meeting of the Democratic
Club of Miami Beach will be held on Thursday, April 10 at 7 30
p.m. in the Ritz Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.
Secretary of State George Firestone was honored in Miami for
his work with the diplomatic corps, when the Miami Consular
Corps named him "Man of the Year." Representatives of some
40 nations were on hand to cite Firestone for his work in
"providing outstanding liaison between the government of
r londa and foreign countries."
Allied Retired Medical Group invites retired physicians,
dentists, pharmacists and nurses to join the association
Meetings are held every second and fourth Wednesday of the
month at 1 p.m. in the auditorium of the American Savings
Bank. Alton Road & 17th Street. Miami Beach. For information
and meml>ership application, call Herman } I inner
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The City of Miami Beach
proclaimed the week of April
6-12 as "Medic Alert Week."
Mayor Murray Meyerson is
shown here making the
presentation to Bonnie
Alpert. Alpert is the com-
munity representatire of the
Mount Sinai Hospital
Auxiliary'.
Lincoln Road Club
The 100 Lincoln Road
Women's Social Club will hold its
regular monthly meeting in the
clubroom on Sundav. April 6. at
10a.m.
Senior Day School
Teacher
Male. Upper Grade Judaic
Studies teacher needed lor
South Florida school close to
Miami metro area Capable of
teaching Torah. Mishna.
Hazanut. Lashon. etc Ad-
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available Replies in cond
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Flondian. P.O. Box 01-2973.
Miami. Fla 33101
Paula Friedland
la helping bring the
dream within reach for
13.000 college students
strengthening their Jewish
heritage through religious
and cultural identity programs
on three area campuses.
The dream la within ju^
rea< h. if we reach out _,
together to help 9T
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
i'mo( ombined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergent y Fund
4200 Biscayne Blvd Miami 331 17
Mrs Stanley Weiss, wife of the assistant rabk at Beth
Israel Congregation on Miami Beach, cradles the latest ol their
1-1 children in her lap All 14 were l>orn at Mount Sinai Medical
(enter The older OM0 weren t too happy about donning n
a Mount Sinai Baby tee shirt, because they an- prett) gjowtl
up mm However, the jroungeronea didn't mind a bit
Rabbi and Mrs Weiss now have 10 boys and lour girls and
one problem Last year they opened a bakery in North Miami
Beach and called it Baker's Dozen Because a baker 9 d
13. they are now thinking of changing the name of their p
business to Baker s Dozen plus one
The \\ eiss children range in age from one month to 2 I
Those who showed up for this picture are: top row (toft t" nghtl
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right I Savna. Babv Yaacov and Devorah
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lllana Vered.
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Opening
i Pianist Set at Beth Shalom
a Haydn Sonata from memory A
grant from the Israeli Govern
merit enabled her to study first at
the Paris ConMrvatory and later
under Kosma I.hevinne at the
Juilliard School ol Musk
After winning a Martha Haird
Rockefeller grant in 1969. Vered
dtbuted at Alice Tully Hall, then
followed with a Kuropean tour
While abroad. Vered was invited
b\ Leopold Stokowaki to solo in
the I'aganini Variations at the
Rachmaninoff Centennial
(oiuert in London'i Royal
Albert Mall.
The concert is coordinated by
Judy Drucker. director of the
Great Performances Series
Tickets available at the temple
with
[RaJhrnanrn.-ff- "Variations on a
tSebv Corelli. Op. 42. Mia.
'J5d will follow with Gerahwine
nsodl m
:ind
Mlue The
half will be
to Chopin's
Rhap-
[devoted entirely
Twelve Etude*
BoniinTel \mv. the child of a
i ..m (her motherl and a
Kit her fatheri. Miss Vered
wlregnizedaaaprodia*an
L the ajte ot thrw she performed
Dayan Here
on Sunday
Moshe Dayan will speak at the
iFonuinehL-au Milton Hotels
[Grand Ballroom in Miami Beach
| on Sunday.April 6. at7:30p.m
This appearance provides an
lopportunity for the public to
I share an open forum with General
Da van on the most recent
development- in the Middle Kast
and the world
The event :- l'ing presented
Ibv the Tiger Baj Club of Miami.
All tickets are reserved, and are
Available at all Mass ticket
utlets. Special .Toup discounts
are available through Kachell
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Turn-about Meeting'
The Lorber Chapter of the
I National Jewish Hospital
National \*thma Center. .
'mil ha\> its annual
Turn About Meeting" when the
[husbands will take the helm. It
will he held on April B at 7 p.m. at
Her-Bets Restaurant. Miami.
The president. KUie Kaiser.
ill have her husband. Jay
Kaiser take over the moating
I There mil hr .! gueal speaker.
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I I huraday, April 3, at 12:30
l'ni m the Camelot Room of
Kings Creek Apartments Joel
Marks W;ls to speak on Health
Insruance
B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
Gablea chapter 807, held their
annual luncheon and installation
of officers on March 18. at the
Hotel Intercontinental. The
theme was Peace and Shalom."
The honor of Woman of the
Year" was bestowed on elected
vice president of membership
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Visit the Burdines Travel Bureau nearest you and ask
for the brochure describing special Miami departures
for deluxe tours to ISRAEL. 1980. .'
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Friday. April i"
Business Notes
k> part of its expansion, the newest branch of Washington
gs opened Feb. 4 in the Jacaranda Shopping Plaza at 8337
Applebaum
At
Savings
\\ Sunns. Blvd. in Plantation. The branch manager is Leonard
Fajardo. assistant vice president.
The Coral Gables branch, previously located on Biltmore
Way has just relocated to 392 Andalusia Ave in the Valencia
Shopping ("enter The doors opened officially on March 10.
Ignacio Diago. formerly the assistant branch manager in the
Hilt more office is now trie branch manager of the new office.
A new Deerfield branch is scheduled to
open officially on March 24 in the Palm-Aire
Shopping Center at U.S. 1 and Hillsboro Blvd.
Judith Applebaum. formerly from New York,
will be the branch manager.
The Bay Harbor office, presently located
at 1160 Kane Concourse, will relocate in May.
Murray Rosenthal is branch manager.
Three more new branches are scheduled to
open in Davie. Sweetwater and Kendale Lakes
in the coming months.
Washington Savings announces the promotion of Carole
Rosso, who has been made mortgage lending branch manager
for the main office on Miami Beach.
Bell System earnings for the three-month period ending
Feb. 29 were $193 per share, up 2.1 percent from the $1.89 for
the corresponding 1979 period. Net income was $1.40 billion, up
7.1 percent from the $131 billion for the same period a year
earlier.
Earnings for the latest 12-month period were $8.02 per
share, compared with $7.81 for the corresponding 1979 period.
Net income was $5.71 billion, up 6.7 percent from the $5.35
billion reported for the 1979 period.
Return on average total capital of approximately $91 billion
for the latest 12-month period was 9.75 percent, compared with
9.69 percent on $84 billion for the corresponding 1979 period
A day long seminar for Florida businesses interested in
foreign investment will be held in Miami on Thursday. March
L'T.
The seminar will be held at the Omni International Hotel
sponsored by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation
iopio. the U S government agency whuh provides political
risk insurance and finance services t<> encourage I S [iriv.Hr
investment in the developing nations The l s Department of
Commerce and more than 35 local, state anil special interest
organizations will co-sponsor the event, whuh will begin at 9
am
Sam 1.. Rox-nfield. CIA. 1922 118th Road. North Miami, and
Herbert L. Weiner. CIA. B620 W 48th St.. ranked among the lop 10
m the national sales organization "t the Home Life Insurance Com
pany. New York, duringJanuarj
Both men are associated with the company's Miami agency,
managed by Mike L. Mow.. CLU, and located at JWMI Douglas Hoad.
Coral Cables.
Rosenfield is a consistent winner of the National Quality Award
for dedicated service to his clients and a life and qualifying member of
the life insurance industry s Million Dollar Round Table A consistent
qualifier lor the company s top sales honor groups, he re-qualified as a
member oi the President s Council Summit during 1979 He is active
in B'nai B rith and is a member of the Masons.
Weiner joined Home Life in 1957 and is a charter member of the
President s Council Summit, the company's highest sales honor
group. In 1975. he was inducted into the Home Life Hall of Fame for
his contributions to company growth He is life and qualifying
member of the life insurance industry s Million Dollar Hound Table.
Urana D. Gray, vice president of Florida
Fast Coast Properties, has announced the
appointment of Stuart L. Blumberg.as
administrative director of Club Hermes, the
athletic club and health spa at FFCP's new
downtown residential community. Plaza
Venetia
Blumberg
Blumberg. who is also director of marketing and sales tor the
33-story complex on Biscayne Bay. has been a Miami resident
for 33 years and is known in public relations and marketing
circles in South Florida. A native of New York, he formerly
managed his own public relations and marketing firm. Stuart
Blumberg & Associates, in Miami.
Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of American Savings
and Loan Association of Florida (NYSE), announced that the
board of directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend of
$.20 per share. This regular quarterly dividend will be paid on
May 15. to shareholders of record April 15.
William Ruben, chairman of the board, Jordan Marsh
/ Florida, has announced the appointment of Bruce Kouiver
as general manager of the Jordan Marsh / Omni store.
Koniver graduated from the University of Miami with a
BBA degree. He joined Saks Fifth Avenue in New York as an
executive trainee, progressing to assistant store manager in San
Francisco, store manager in Palm Springs, store manager in
Garden City, N.Y. and his last position as store manager in
Skokie. I1L
In recognition of professional excellence, quality of service
and understanding of policyowner's needs, Arthur A. Pinkie,
CLU, of Allan T. Tate & Associates has been named 1980 Agent
of the Year with Penn Mutual. ,
Pioneer Women
To Hear Review
Anatoly Sharanskys book.
Vevf Year in Jerusalem, will be
reviewed by Harriet Green at the
Wednesday. April 9. noon
meeting of the Beba Idelson
chapter of Pioneer Y\omen. 1 he
session will be held in the civfc
auditorium of Washington
Savings and I-oan Association.
1133 Normandy Drive. Miami
Beach.
Former president of Beba
Idelson and current vice
president. Fsther Weinstein. will
provide a musical interlude.
Refreshments will be spon-
sored by members. Sarah Kerbs
and Mildred Frank. According to
Sarah Kaufman, president of the
group, there will be no charge and
the meeting is open to the public.
lUsidcnts of Towers of Key Biscayne gathered recently for their
annual meeting on behalf of the Greater Miami
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign. Marilyn Smith (second from left I, GHft
treasurer, and Harry B. Smith (second from right I. GMJP
board member and vice president of the Council of Jeuikh
Federations, were the guest speakers. Leadership on hand item
Theodore Kreuter (left), chairman; Mrs. Joseph P Covette
(right), committee member; and co-chairman Norman Shapiro
and Mrs. Morton Hill (not pictured).
Charles Reskin
is helping bring the
dream within reach for
1600 elderly in Dade County
who receive a hot Kosher meal
every day.
i he dream Is within ^^-_
rea h II we reai li out ^ ?"
logethci to help e***
iiri Miami Jew Ish Federation
i omblned Jewish Appeal
Israel Ei i fcencyI und
Blscavne MKtl Miami 331 17
Yiddish
Film Festival
Yiddish Language Cinema
{English sub titles!
made before World War II
4 Wed. Evenings in April
% 8 p.m. Katz Auditorium
Michael Ann Russell JCC
18900 N E 25th Ave
N Miami Beach. Fla
Apr. 9 Mirele Efros
Apr. 16 A Bnvele Der Mamen
Apr. 23 Yiddle With The Fiddle
Apr. 30 The Cantor's Son
$2.50 single admission $8 subscription
1 M' "' illlllllKk ^e\W Lw ^^^B
Sender & Mmdeils Wajsman will introduce and discuss films FOR SENIOR ADULTS: (Extra showing same address) 4Thursdaysat 10a.m $1 admission Apr. 10 Mirele Efros Apr. 17 a Brivele Der Mamen Apr. 24 Yiddle With The Fiddle May 1 Cantor's Son
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I ah Day i as pro* laii the City of
Sunday. March 23 Over 400 youngsters tpn
ipatedina Waih'A-Thon which originated
I mid and stretched 10 miles to Boys' Campat
in Miami Beach. Pictured (left to right)
. director of youth actit ities for the Southeast
; nited Synagogue Youth. I)r Simon Wikler, vice
ftht City of Miami Beach; Mitchell Kopelman, regional
tr'fn activities for I nited Synagogue Youth from
Atlanta, da.
Principals in the 40th anniversary luncheon of Temple Emanu-
El Sisterhood, which honored Dr. Irving Lehrman and in-
troduce*: his neit hook of charcoal drawings, include, from left.
Mrs Samui Pearl) Friedland, chairman of the day: Rabbi
Lehrman. and Mrs Harold (Sheila) Kurtc. advisor to the
oordinator of the book publishing project for
S -.
Osceola Inn Increases Capacity
Kubin Osceola Lake Inn. a
- the Blue Ridge
Mountam- on Lake Osceola in
Hendersonvilli N ( opens for
lb season May 83 and will
wrveguests through Nov, l
New additions for tha season
include adtliii.pn.il ^uest rooms, a
card room, recreational facility's
and a hot indoor whirlpool.
Popular with outdoors en
thusiasts as well as with those
hosimpl\ want to relax, the Inn
features a host of activities in-
cluding swimming, boating,
uniag, tennis, putting reen.
Muffleboard. horseshoes, pin*
P"ng. volleyball and badminton
'" addition. two 18-hole
championabip k"" couraas are
nearb)
Speciall) raparviaed programs
art- available tor children as well
as a planned schedule of ac-
tivities and nightly enter
tainment for adults
Tha resort, which has ac-
commtxialions for up to 150
jruests. features the American
1'lan with Jewish American
cuisine Attire is informal at all
times
\ color brochure and rate- are
available by writing Rubin's
Osceola I-ake Inn
AJCongress
Leadership
Mission
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Piping bring the
^m within reach for the
*"chi family, whose
"> income Tel Aviv
"'ghborhood no. ha. the
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JERUSALEM Prime
Minister Begin ol Israel.
Praaident Sadal ol Egypt and
Pope John I'aul 11 will receive i
leadership mission t>t the
\:-i. ican .lew ish Congress
duni g a two weak \ iail the group
will make to Jerusalem, Cairo
and Roma beginning \p>
The mission will lie led b)
Howard M Squadron, praaident,
and Henrj Sii gmar execul
director, ol the Vmericai
t ongraaa
The Amen. Jev
Congress l<
witi tn. i nited Sta
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tounuiesUu-y still visit.
Bar Mitzvah
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Fester, son
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il Saturday. April fi al
i m ai Tempi, i manu-El,
I >r Irv ing Lehrman will officiate
The celebrant ii ,i student in
the Temple Emanu-EI Con-
firmation (lass and a member of
the Hebrew Club. Miami Beach
Senior High School.
He attends Miami Heath
Senior High School, where he is
in the ninth grade.
He is a member of the Key
Service Club and Chess Club and
is on the Principal's List. When
Mordechai attended Lehrman
Day School, he was on the
Rabbi's Honor Roll and won the
Spelling Bee championship twice.
He is a member of Miami Beach
High School debating team He is
the senior patrol leader of the
Hoy Scouts. sponsored by
Temqle Kmanu-El. He collects
stamps and plays chess and is
very interested in electronics.
Dr. and Mrs. Fester will host
the Kiddush following the ser-
vices in honor of the occasion and
a reception Saturday at Temple
Kmanu-El.
Special guests will include
grandparents. Mr and Mrs.
Alfred Silberman of Miami
Hadassah to Meet
The regular monthly luncheon
meeting of the Hannah Senesch
Chapter of Hadassah will be held
on Thursday, April 10. at the
l.irleton Hotel For further
inlormation and reservations, call
Mrs InezTownaend.
Coral Division,
NCJW to Meet
Coral Division. National
Council of Jewish Women, will
meet on Wednesday. April 9, at
noon at Temple Zamora. Coral
Cables
Nancy Husled will review By
Myself, the autobiography of
Lauren Macall Election of of-
ficers lor 1980-1981 will be held,
antl \olunteer service awards will
l>e distributed, Members and
guests are invited
Approximately 500 people gathered recently at the annual
Purim luncheon of the Chaim Weizman Branch of the Farband
Zionist Alliance on behalf of the Greater Miami Jeu ish
Federation's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. On hand were Moe Levin (center), chairman,
and guest speakers Dr. Irving Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI, and Henry Levy (right), formerly with
(nited HI AS Service in Europe and the Joint Distribution
Committee in Latin America.
The 1980 Histadrut Pro-Am golf tournament was the most
successful to date, according to Howard Kane and Louis
Cassett, co-general chairman of this year's event. Shown from
left, presenting Histadrut's Silt er Menorah Award, are Irving
Cordon, southern regional executive director of Israel
Histadrut; Miami Beach Commissioner Leonard Weinstein,
tourney chairman; Kane ami Cassett. As a result of the event,
llti underprivileged youngsters uill be awarded annual
scholarships at one of the 44 Histadrut "Amal" vocation
schools in Israel.
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Friday. April 4
1980
Q. Not too long ago in
this column, you listed
ships that offered rooms
for single people without
charging them for double
occupancy. Do you have
information about how
much ships charge for
children if they sleep in
the same room with their
parents" Were thinking
about taking ours (ages 10
and 121 on a cruise next
summer. Do you think the
children would enjoy
spending a week or 10
days on a ship or would it
be too confining for them'.'
A. Children of all a^es
are the first to find their
way around a ship; the
first to love the motion of
the ocean and the last to
disembark at the end of
the cruise. Almost all
ships welcome families
but some spread a more
appealing welcome mat in
the form of planned
children's activities and
professional counselors to
keep the kids out of the
adults' line of play.
Hates vary from ship-
to ship, and I'll list a
sampling of a few vessels
with special appeal to
families and special rates
to encourage parents to
bring the kids along. All
rates quoted are based on
children occupying the
same cabin with two full
paying adults
Carnival Cruise Lines
has playrooms, pools, fun
and games for the junior
passenger on all three of
their one week ships
(Carnivale. Mardi (inl-
and Festivalel. and the
1980 rate for children is
S19pper.
Commodore Cruise
Lines charges $150 for the
under 12 crowd on their
Hoheme and Caribe.
Costa Cruises has a
whole fleet of ships in the
Caribbean, and the one-
week childrens rate is
$250.
Holland America
charges 25 percent of the
minimum rate, and Home
Lines charges half the
minimum rate.
Most companies offer
special rates to families
depending on the time of
year and the ship
itinerary.
Did you ask about
confining? No way!
There's nothing confining
about 10 decks and miles
of open space. Many
young families are
becoming addicted to
cruising. It offers lots of
togetherness with plenty
of privacy for the adults.
No worries about where
the kids are while adults
enjoy being pampered and
fed.
Q. Talk about rip off. I
don't think you caa top
this one. We were on a
cruise ship that stopped in
San Juan. The ship had a
stack of circulars lying
around from different
tor** We picked one up
that offered perfumes at
S10 an ounce. The names
were right there on the
brochure Shalimar,
Joy. Noretl. Halaton, Bal
a Versailles and about six
others. The ad said it was
a perfume factory, so we
went there and bought our
Christmas presents.
Imagine our em-
barrassment. The bottles
were packaged like the
ones in the stores back
home, but I swear the
bottles were filled with
alcohol and a whiff of
something that
evaporated when the
bottle was opened. I am
sending you the fl\er. I
hope you will notify the
authorities in San .limn
and warn travelers (o staj
away from (name of shop
deleted)
A Thanks for the
warning, but I aln.nK
had a copy of the pink
Dyer in my files. Too bad
travelers looking so hard
for bargains don't take
the time to put their third
grade English reading to
use so they comprehend
the words
Van clearly, in the
second paragraph, the
Dyer reads sample our
fabulous facsimuies of
world famous perfumes
Albeit, the type was
-mailer than the rest, but
that was the come-on key
and protection clause for
the shop Puerto Kican
authorities believe in the
buyer-beware theory.
How tan an intelligent
traveler believe he can
buy $140 an ounce per-
fume for 110? You must
have been using tunnel
vision. The only way we
can -top bargain seekers
from buying reasonable
facsimiles is to get the
companies whose names
are used in vain to put an
end to the practice with
legal action.
I sent copies of the flyer
to some ol them hoping
they will end this film
flam. Just a reminder
there is no free lunch. You
weren't exactly ripped off.
You just fell for the con
and the shop protected
itself with the fine print,
slightly camouflaged.
DEAR READERS:
Think you were ripped
off7 Send me a note
detailing the experience.
Also send printed
material and all of the
circumstances, names,
address, receipts,
correspondence. Ill check
it out and pass the in-
formation along to
travelers so they can
avoid similar misfortunes.
I'll answer valid com-
plaints personally. No
stamped return envelope
is necessary. Include your
area code and telephone
number. It's faster that
way.
Consumer rip offs do
occur. Sometimes the
consumer is so anxious to
take advantage of a low
pnee, so anxious to
believe they do not
exert the first rule of
travel Caution. Good
deals are like street cars
used to be. When in
doubt. wait for the next
trollev Meanwhile. send
sour complaints AND
GRIPES.
Public Notices
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned
desiring >" engage ln euelnasi
under the fictitious name
Miami Beach \as< ular l.abor
Btor) .i! ISBO Michigan Avenue.
Miami Beach Ma 33139. in
tends 1" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol I >adc County Florida
loaeph 8 Levy, M 11
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ol kwilncy Kroop
& Si heinberg, P A
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March 21. 28.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
ins to 1'iigage in bui
. i th n< Utioui name
cm I ? <" TTER .it M0 NE IS3
Street Miami Fla Intend* to
.mi name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
l ladeount) Klorida
Southern Malnlenani
Discount Distrlbutori Inc
V. |"S A Is VHP
Mtome) for Southern
Mainb nan< I '.-> ounl
i ustributors, Inc
B) I >ai Id \ Karp Esq
Marcl
April 4. II IS I9w>
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN th.it the undersigned
desiring to engage In bueli
under the fw tit. ;i >n
COLLECTIBLES .it i4 South
Ocean Drive Holly* ood.
Florida 33019 Intend to register
aid name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court ol bade Count)
Florida
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House in.
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08639 Marc h u II is
April 4 mi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name St N
REPELLANT .it 17070 OoBlna
Avenue North Miami Beach.
Florida, intend- to register
isld name w ith the clerk of the
t'm uit Court ol Dads Count)
rToi
t;ann Asso< latei Inc
B) Frank J Guarino
9e< ret.iry
1 ouls H Stallman
Mtomey lor registrant
107 Lincoln Road
M...:.. !<. iSS
08698 i I : i- 36, isisu
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVEN th.it the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fi. titious names
lil Cutler d b a
Sargom intends to register
-aid n.inie- with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of I >ade
County. Florida
Sargom. Inc
l70i April 4. II. l. 23. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 10 444 5 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
ln re the marriage of
ANNKTTE M BENT
Petitioner Wile
vs
GARY BENT
Respondent Husband
TO GARY BENT
364 E 29th Street
Apt ll
Brooklyn. NY 11236
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been Hied
against you and you are
required to serve a copy ol your
written answer and defenses. If
ny. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESt} plaintiffs
attorney, whose address Is 2356
Saliedo Street. Suite 309. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134. on or
before May 9. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or Im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of thli court on March 31
1980
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
Clerk of the Court
ByC P Cope land
As Deputy Clerk
08703 April 4 11 is 26. 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 10-3*67 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marrfageof
MURIEL CASH
Petitioner Wife
and
ANTHONY CASH
Respondent Husband
TO ANTHONY CASH
i Residence Unknown)
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Vi it IRE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED "Ul1 I'etltlon For
Dissolution of Marriage has
been tiled against you and you
are required la serve copy of
Answer or Pleading to
-.ud petition on petitioner's
attorney GEORGE T
i: \\t AN I ESQ Suite 7ii. Bis
cayne Hiiig IS West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 3S130,
and file the Original Answer or
Pleading In the Office of the
Circuit Court Clerk on or
before -* day ol April ISSO II
you f.ni to do so judgment by
default win be taken against
you for the relief demanded In
-.ud petition
i ink \Ni' ORDERED .it
Miami I'.i.t<' County Florida
this 12da) ..f Man h 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
i in >ut Court Clerk
Dade Count) Floi
B) \ D Wade
i ieput) Clerk
Mai
tpi,. i .
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 4373 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage ol
'RED SIMMONS, sit
Petitioner
.ml
NICE SIMMONS
Kespondcnt
N( 'TICK OF ACTION
ro EUNICE SIMMONS
RESIDENCE I NKNoWN
Yot IRE NOTIFIED that
in action for dbMolutiOn of
lags hat been filed
igainsl you and you are
r eiiii. red your
written defenses tfan) tolton
H H Brod) attorney for
Petitioner win.-, address is
.! N M H Fla
. May! ix'
and file thi nal with the
i leik ol tin-1 ourt either before
-.I \ i.. on Petitioner or Im
mediatel) thereafter other
wise a default win be entered
against you for Ins relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-eai ol tins Court on March '*
Rii hard p Bnnker Clerk
V- Cl-r k ol the Court
B) M i Harwell
As Deputy c'lerk
Man -
April 4 II II ISM
INTHE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 10 J33 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in p.f. the mai
- \Mi F.l WILLIAMS
Petitioner
and
IE tNNETTE WHJ : IMS
Respondent
N'H ice or ACTION
I'> IE ANNETTE
WILLIAMS
rRINITYAVE
No l II)
BRONX N v
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
ail a* tion for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to *er\ a opy of your
written defenses if anv tolton
B H BROD> attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
NK |S7 ST N M B FLA
on or before April 18.
imho. and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter other-
wise 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 March 3
ISSO
RICHARDP HRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
Hy Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
March 14.21. 28.
April 4. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
EICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage ln buslneaa
under the fictitious name
CHECKMATE, c o Green
field. Suite 306. 3701 N Country
Club Drive. Miami 33180. In
lends to register aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
CHECK MATE, d b a
Gay lord Creer. Inc
March21. 28.
April 4 n isan
08638
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO -MICHAEI.C WIUM
-STATE PF.NITKVlu,,,.
BOX.37 TTI.I.KKV Y
NORTH CAUoi.is,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 1K>.
an action for diss,,,,', lr),h*
marriage has been ,,ui
against you and ymi "I*J
required to ser. *
written del,,,,, our
' H BRODY ;:.;,:"
Petitioner, whose a,|dr,. ,
633 NF 1ST ST N MB
SS163, on or I. '~J
1980. and file ;
the clark of th.s coSrulm
bstors service Pet.i J^
immediately Ihereaftei ,,-h,r
wise a default wii
against you lor :.. ?*
tXXES* "*
~<*tttls Court on March I?
RICHARD P BRLNKER
ts Clerk rthi
B) Clarlnda Bi
Km l p ityi ...
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INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA |N
ANDFOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No I0 36J1FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in Hi-: ii,,. man ig<
i: \; rue pRi
PeUtl
and
KATHERIN1 PR......
A .
I'" KATHERINK
PROO I '.
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Court
tpartmi i I N
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YOI ARE HEREBY N
FIED thai
DisaoluU n I Ma
been filed i you
are requlri
your w r:','.
n on arhii p. H
slti rne) foi Pel
address la is 11
Suits I in h v i
and file the origin
. lerk of the ai
on or t" ,%
I *lll be
entered ... I the
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plain:
WITNESS
seal t said irt ai Miami
Florida on Ul
Man i, ISSO
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clerk Cln uit Court
I '.! ( 'out t) -
iu i*..ii inda Bros
r mt Court > i
OBSM Mai
April I II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cats No 0 IMS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
ANNA MARIE WILSON
Petitioner
and
MICHAEL C. WILSON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 9004*4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In if the mar rUE| i
PABLO DAVII \
PeUtl
,.i
\ N A DAVILA
IrVlfl
ro. Mn
Korea
gtuio ECI \:
NOTICE OF PI HI ICA1 N
Yot ARE HEREBY N
FIF.I i that .i Pel
Dissolution Ol Mai
been bled again I
are required t
youf Inswer or Pli
said petition on petitioner i
attoi no OEORGI T
RAMAN) ESQ Bulti Bll
i ,i,i,< nidg w Wet) I-
Street Mian,, I
and file the Original Antwi
Pleading in the Office "f the
Circuit Court Clerk on or
before 28 day of April IM
you fail to do so. judKnient by
default will be taker against
you for the relief demanded in
said petition
DONE AND ORDKKKIi at
Miami, Dade Count) Ftartda,
this 13 day of March I9su
Richard P Brlnker
Circuit Court Clerk
Hade County Florida
ByC P Copeland
Deputy Clerk
08631 March 21
April! II 1980
Notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE 13 HEKtrT.
GIVEN that the underslgnea
desiring to engage ln business
under the flcUUoue name
Judan Investment to w
number 2148 NE 204th Mreet
c o Alan Ptnkwaeser in tne
City of North Miami Beach
Florida. Intends to register he
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
PDatoa at North lwnl
Baach. Tlortda. this 14 day of
March. I960
Dan Handler and
Judith Handler. Jointly
as Trustees for
William Nell Handler
and
Susan Michelle Handler
Alan Pinkwaaaer
Attorney for Applicant
2U6 NE 304U1 Street
North Miami Beach.
riortda 33179
rain March 14. 21.28.
Aprll4.19SO


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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 10 4r
CIVIL ACTION
HAROLD I cross Quardtan
u( the Batata of
\i inks ELIZABBTHCROM
Ini ompetenl I'laintlff
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EDWIN RODRIGUEZ
nd
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I letemlants
TXJ BDWIN RODRJUI EZ
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Puerto Rii ooa I
vm IRE HEREBY
m i rif IEI i tint .ui .i. lion tn re
~t Promi
So(i
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if ivrlttel
M : I i:
S A Al at1 the
I'l.iintill *
Flaglei Street Miami
: and fill
, .. thi i' -
.il..... ui on hi i
thorn
ii the rein led in
mplalnl
all be publ.
i.in eai h week for foui con
set lit I V e ee k In TH h
IKVMSH FLORIDI \N
MITM i) hand and the
. .i ud url il Mian
in this nth da) ol
Man h iii
RICH M'.l' I' BRINKER
- n| the C*ll
' I '.i Kloi Ida
IC. > I' COPELAND
Deput) Clerk
March:
\|.' ill it 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTV
Civil Action No M 3SIIFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. ui
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Apni i*~'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
Ml 11 ICE is HERl in
UIVKN ih.it the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
ullilei the flCtltlOUl names o(
RICHARD II \K\ EV l"l RS
IIICIIAUM HARVEl
[RAVEL l(l(-||\KH 1IVK
V EV III \\ Kl. IGENCY
RICHARD HARVEY CHAR
ill: mi us al '-'' Lincoln
i load Miami Baai h Florida
33138 intenda lo roglatei said
names *ith the Clark of the
I 'll lilt 1 'i.illt ill I Mile 1 ". Ml lit >
Florida
RICH Mm HARVEY, INC
Hi Daryle Pi igei Sei retar)
March 31 'J"
April 4 11. !"'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desirine. In engage m business
under the fictitious name
BEVERLY SCHONINQER at
'.nu sy\ *_,,,i street Miami PI.
niOt Inland 10 register said
"..me mth the Clerk ul the
1 in uit Court of Da.le Count)
Klorlda
SCHONINQER JANKOWITZ
IND SIEGFRIED P A
*!' .,; lie. | (or
Beverly Srhoninger. Inr
BY -AMI Kl. FRANK
' 'HONINOBR
'"Nf March 21. 3*
April 4 ll lasn
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND rOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 80 4)45 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in RE The Marriage of
PROSPERT FRANCOIS
I'etltl.iller Hual
and
ANDRE MENE FRANCOIS
Reapondenl v\ lie
NOTICE BY PI BUCATTON
^ OI ANDREMENE
FRANCOIS Malaon de la
Bible No r,ii Rue Bonne Fol
Port An run, ,. Haiti
herein notified < .ipi
"i yow Vniiwei to the Petition
I Uaaolutlon of Mai rlage
agalnal you upon
'I altome) ih:i iri n-
NICHOLAS EStJI IRE 12
NW : veti ii Miami
md tile original
with the nerk .it thi
May I mi other
Petition will be
DATED thi
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.ui r Hi inki
B) Clai Inda Brown
erfc
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
.Il\ I S
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\ND KINDER
UATI r 2830 NV\ i I
la Intends I
' the
he Circuit Court ol
' I- i I. Florida
tnge H.ijn
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
| IS HEREBY
iSIVEN ih.it the undersigned
. ig< in bu
flCtll ..lines
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IN THE" CIHCUIT CDUHT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CJieNo 10-1931 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
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NOTICf OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPE RT Y
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 0 38J4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl I HI MARRIAtSEOF
I \v 11 CHAI Is IH
and
DAE ROO KEI.LEY
t'HAIJv
in |)AE ROO KEI.LEY
cilM.K
I iikinmil
MH m:k HEREBY
FIEI i lhal an lion fur
i ussoluti .t Man u i
iieee. filed and you
i pj .ii
loin i itien defenses ii an) to
It mi \ K< )SS Mturiiii al i >>
r \ altome) (or Petltlonei
Whose .ul.Ire |S 1H! NW 12th
tvenuc Mi.inn Florida SS128
and file the original ith the
, 1.1 k ui the above it) led i ourl
., ,., bctdn \pni 28 ill
otherwise > defaull will be
entered against >". for the
eiiel demanded In the com
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 79-ISA] 03
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
OF MINOR
BYSTEPFATHER
IN RE
in the Matter of
the Adoption ol
.i Minni
b) losepri Petlthomme
Stepfathet
heophelui
Fer nandei
leni I iikmiun
YOI \KK HEREBY NnTI
I- IEI tlon for tdop
turn ..i Minoi b) siept.iih.-i has
been filed q ilred
it your written
it .mi to it on
RETTER
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Oni B -i .n ne
INvo South Bis
Mlam
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' W il KI.ORIDI \S
A hand and the
laid .-.. al Miami
la on this IOth da
Man h I9A0
RICH \i:i. P BRINKER
\ -1 'leik i "i r> ull Court
I lade Count) Florida
B) \ Bark ley
\ : >ep ,-i i lei*
' .:-,
DANIEL RE ITER ESQ1 IRE
H l! -. .. ne !...>.
Suite .
Biw .
- 6000
Vttornej it
- M.ir. : 14 .
\pnl 4 lUBii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 1S11FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
i The marnagi
MAI ROSA
\\ ite Pet it lorn

lent
I'i HENRY IMS \ ll'.
Ml HOSEST
ll IK I i N

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l us

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plaint hi petition
Phis notice shall be published
urn e i .i. h eek (or four con-
secutive week* 111 THE
IK WISH FLORII .; \N
WITNESS mi hand and the
seal oi ...ui ".in .it Miami
Florida on this n da) <>f March
I MO
RICHARD P BRINKER
Is Clerk Circuit Court
I lade Count) Florida
m i, s CARLIE
I I leput) Clerk
\ KOSS ATTORNEY AT
I \V> PA
'.A l.'lti \i enue
Miami Finn.la .mi 2*
-'41
attorney (<" Petitioner

Man h2i.2n
Mini 14 it IB*"'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY!
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4130 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl rhe marnagi
KMMA.N'I Kl SI I'll l
MMANt ELLA
SI PPI.ICE
Respondenl
MMAM EIJ \
SI PPLICI
- \ i il No 17
Al Interleur
...i I i in. e Haiti
^ H \kk HEREBY NOTI
FIED that .ui action (or
Dissolution oi Marriage has
been filed sgalnsl you and you
-.-: \ .- .. i opi o(
nun utteii ii. an) to
HOW KRD HILL BEN
Nl PT altome) tor I 'etltloner
is Suite 520
His. ayne Bldg 19 Weal Flag
lei Btreel Miami, Kim Ida
0 .iini die the original w ith
the clerk n( the above styled
COUrt mi ..I bet.ne M.i> 1980.
other wi-e ,. default will be
entered ..Kan1*.1 you (m the
rebel demanded In the com
plaint hi petit ion
This rintn shall he published
nm e eai Ii weak fur four run
' .. weeks in THE
IEVVISH FLORIDI \N
WITNESS nn hand and the
lid court at Miami
Florida on tin- 20 da) oi March,

RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 "lerfc, Circuit Court
1 lade County. Klorlda
B) \ D Wade
\ i leput) Clerk
tCircuit Court Seal i
,i Hill Bennett
is Ui'-t Flagler StraH
Miami FloridaS31M
ph .irw isae
\tioniei tor PeXltioner
iv'ii'j Mai
April 4 11 Id, 19(H)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80-1927 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
URETTA ISLES
Petitioner wile
..ini
SAM) EL ISLES
Respondenl husband
TO SAMI EL ISLES
Resideni i 'nknown
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
i-1 ki i thai an ai tlon for
olution n( Marriage has
I filed agalnai > ou and you
in n ip)
your written defenses ifany to
it on David A K.irii attorne)
for I 'etitionei *hose addi
ayne Blvd Sulti
Miami i- : ind file the
original with thi .i the
ityii I court on or bi
Iherwlse ..
default win be entered a|
For the n ef demand
omplainl oi pel II
This notii e shall he pud:
eacl week for foui
.i i Ml- IEW
ISH I- l.ciltllil \N
' '- IS mi hand and the
aid i oui t al Miami,
Florida on this I7lh da)
: ....
RICHARD I' BRINKER
\-< 'lei k l"ln ml Court
I lade Count) Florida
B) 'lartnda Brow n
Vs Deputy < lerk
111 ( 'OUrl Seal
t \ Karp h:-ii
. v ne Boulevai !
Suite ".|
. FL 33137
\tt..i ne) toi Petitioner
March 21. as
Apr., i :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No B0 1965 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
. n i:i: The mai rtagi
IERLY CR VDDOCK
M l-.lllt CH
loner
H \RRY l ERB Mil
i'.. ipundenl
RRY M ERB \>'U
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 1887 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l N RE rhe mat nage ol
dkborahgarc \
a -.
ind
;kn Mini, \hci \
Hush.mil
l"n LiBNAROGARCIA
Apartado Aerto siihi
. i 'olomhia
i I .i IRE HEREBY NOTI
'IED thai .u' action for
iluiion ol Marriage bas
been filed against you and you
,.lr re.|.|ili'.l to serve .. i'op> ill
your written defenaea. ifani to
ALBERT I. carri
CAR PE i' a attorney for
I'etltloller whose ...Mr ess is
.'491 NW 7th Street, Miami.
Florida 33125, and (lie the
original with the clerk of the
ahoi e slile.l court On or before
April 28 I9HO otherwise ,.
default will he entered against
you Inr the relief demanded in
the i omplaint or petition
This notice shall be published
om e each week for four con
SCCUtlVe weeks 111 THE JKVt
ISH FLORID LAN
WITNESS m) hand and the
seal ol Bald court at Miami.
Florida on this 19th day of
March, i9Ho
RICHARDP MRINKKR
As Clerk Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By Clartnda Brown
AsDeput) Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carruarte. Ksq
.4H1 N\\ rthStreat
Miami Florida 38118
149 7917
utoniev (or Petitioner
ons! March 21
April 4. II. I9H0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 4088 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
IRENEOda loaSANTOS
.Ulil
I' \ I I'.ICIA lie los
\n is a k a
P \ rRlCIAQ Rl IZ
To PATRICIA G RUIZ
. oLORETASANTOS
3043 lnt Tramo Streal
I'.i.s.n Metro Manila
Philippines
YOI \kk HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
olution oi Marrlagi
been filed agalnai you and you
equlred Ii > le n no ip) oi
.i ntten defense
ii on DAVID s BERGER
attoi ne) for I 'etitionei
.ici.tr 199 Wa I ngton
\i enue Miami B<
la 33139 ..nd file the
original with the clerl
.iho\ st) led court on or I
Ma) 2. i*>" otherwi
. ,ii be entered ...
led in
implalnt or petition
mi. e eai h weel
ll .. weeks m THE II v\
ISH FIORIDI \n
'. : NESS my hand and the
Bid i our 1 al Miami
Florida on this 19 da) oi March,
RICH \i:i. P BRINKER
\ i 'lei h Cm uit i
I lade County Florida
ByG s Carlle
\- I leput) Clerk
ut i 'ourl >
|i\\ IDS BERGER
ill!-: GALBI T BI ILDING
199 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach Fla 33139
ne i foi l 'el II ; tie!
. Mai
April 4 | 180
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 ]]'>
Division 03
IN RE I- STATE nl-'
RAYI
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m Ml PERSl ins HAVING
CMS or DEMANDS
THE ABOVE
\TK
a ihi ee months fi m the

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Man h \prtl 4 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80 41)2 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in i.- the marriage ol
Tai ouino Herdolsa
Petitioner
and
MARJORIE A
HERDOIZA
Respondenl
in MARJORIC \
HERDOIZA
Residence 1 nknown
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
..n action (hi dissolution of
marriage has been died
agalnai you and you are
i.-i jiii i .'ii to ser\ e a opy o( your
n ritten defenaet it any to ii on
it ii BRODY, attorney for
I'.-litioner. whose address is
Nl-! lfi7 St N M H Kla
33162, on or before May 2 ISM
and tile the original with the
Clerk ul this COUrt either hefore
service on Petitioner or im
mediately thereafter, other
wlae a default will be entered
agalnai yon lor the relief
demanded In the ...mplaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal "I this Court on March 20.
1990
RICHARD I' MRINKKR
\s Clerk ol tlM Court
B) K Sell lied
As Deputy Clerk
Mar. h 2X
Arpril 4 ll. IH. 19MU


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be out credit and cash I
Public Notices |
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. W MS FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage "'
TREVOR i l\ INOSTONE
Petitioner Husband
anil
DELOHESLIVINlSSTONK
Respondent Wife
To DCLORES
1 "VINOSTONB
Hisulpiirr I Ilk hum II
ViH \KK HEREBY NOTI
KIK.D that an action fi>r
Dissolution Ol Marriage has
Imi filed against you and you
are required to *m a copy of
your w ritten defenses i( any to
it on AKTHl R H UPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whow
address is iSir- Northwest 17
Street Suit* i in B Miami.
Klortda. 33169. and file the
Original with the clerk of the
above slvled courl on or before
April 30. 1WW. otherwise a
default will be entered against
VOU (or the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Klortda on this llh day of
March. 19*0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clrk Circuit Court
I >ade County. Klortda
By L Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
0S6H7 March 28.
April 4. 11. 18,1960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AMD FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 40M FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnafe of
5ANDRA MORUADO
Petitioner Wife
ind
JORGE A MORGADO
Respondent Husband
TO JORGE A MORGADO
514 63 Street
Apt No 9
West NOW York
Noo York 07093
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOT!
PTJED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required lo serve a copy of
your ntten defenses, if any to
it ,.ii A KOS8 PA.. ATTOR
NKY AT 1.AW attorney for
PotlUonor, whose address Is
101 NW I Ml Avenue Miami
Klorida 33130 and file the
original with the clerk of the
aho\ I It) led COUrl OB or before
Mai I IBM .'therwise a
defauil will be entere.l against
yOU for the relief demand
Uie i omplalnt or petition
This notice shall be published
a cell for foul
ecutive week* In THE
JEW ISHFLORlDlAN
WITNESS my hand and the
>l said court at Miami
Klortda on this 19 day of March.
i no
RICHARD F BRINKER
ts Clerk Circuit Court
Dado Count) Klonda
IU K Seifncd
As'l>epuly Clerk
lit Court Seal'
A KOB8 Attorney
at Law P A
101 NW li'lh Avenue
Miami Klonda 3312*
Tel 1306 HHW
Attorney for 1'etitioner
UM64 March M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No B414*FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK.
KRANCOl ER XAVIER
Petitioner
and
Y\ ETTE BARCLAY
Respondent
TO YVETTE BARCLAY
Residence and Mailing
Address I'nknov/n
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
K'.ED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy ot
vuur written defenses If any to
.1 or, GEOFTREY W PINES
attorney lor Petitioner whoee
addrees la Suite 4. 33 Bird
%oa Miami FI and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 2 in** otherwise a
default "HI be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
ihe complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
lSHFLDRIDlAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 20 day of March.
Mi
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Pad* County Klonda
By K Seifrled
As Deputy Oerk
i Circuit Court Seal'
Geoffrey W Past
suite 4 MM Bird Ave
Miami Kl 33133
ABMW> for Petitioner
March*
rii U. ia, 1M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. W 40*4 FC
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
Q| II LERMOL ARBELAEZ
Petitioner Husband
and
BEATR1ZC ARBELAEZ
Respondent Wife
to Mi Beatrli C
m 'belaei
lOtGrand Ave
Bngelwood NJ 07631
Yor ARE HEREBY NOT!
PIED that petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has. I.....n filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required 10 serve a ropy of your
written defenses if any tolton
m Carmen Domlnguat. stone
so si, inn Oonsales, P a .
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1401 West Klagler
Street, Miami Klonda 33135.
Tel i306i 649 4411. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 2. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In The Jewish
Klorldlan
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Klorida on this 19 day of March.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Klorida
ByK Selfrled
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
M Carmen Domlnguex
Stone. Sostchln A
Contain. P A
1401 W Klagler Street
Miami. Klonda33135
1649 4411 I
Attorney for Petitioner
0*663 March 2*.
Apnl4 11. 18. 1980
Hade County. Klortda
By G s Cartle
UDeput) Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
i,i i \ \ Bums
HIM Klaglci -Slieet
Miami Florida33180
Attorney for petitioner
March 28
AUr" 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CASE NO 10 J32g
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N RE The marnageof
IAROLDE KRITTS
PetlU
Hid
HARJORIE I'Yl.KKRITTS
Reepondenl
ro MARJORIE PYLE
KKITTS
; 30 Hrennen Road
imbla
S Carolina
yoi IRE HEREBY NOT1
PIED mat a Petition for
of Mai i
against you and that
rou are required lo serve a
cop) ol your response or
.rig to the petition upon
Petillonei Mtorne) Silver a
Suit) Ml One His
cayne 1'ower Miami Klonda
and file an original
pleading in the
the Clerk H the Clf
,viit Court on ,'r about the 25
i April 19*0 If you (ail to
a default judgment will
be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the petition
DATED at Miami. Dade
Countv Klonda this 1* day of
March 19*0
RICHARDP BRINKKK
Clerk of the
Cult Court
Hi v Barkley
Deputy Clerk
SU \ KK* SILVER
Attorneys for PetiUorer
Bv Irs S Sliver
J62*
One Biscay ne Tower
Miami Klorida 33131
374 4*8*
0M6 March
April 4 11 l* ".s*0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M-42T4 FC
PETITION FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
IN KE Petition of
LYNNE ALTER
TO RANDALLCLARKE
MUMPER
Rt 1 Boa MM
MorehcadClty N C
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
EIED that a Petition for
Change of Name of Jessica
Renee Mumper has been filed
and commenced in this court
and you are required to serve a
copy of your w ntten answer
and" defense* if any on Jerry
A Burns Esq attorney for
Petitioner whose address i 29
* Klagler Street Miami
Florida 33130 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court an or before
Apnl M 1M0 otherwise a
default -... be entered against
you lor the relief prayed tor in
said petition
This notice snail be publianed
oner each week tor tour cost
secutive weeks in The Jewish
Fioridaan
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on Uus 34 day of March
UM
Richard P Brutker
as Clerk. Circuit Quart
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO 236*
Division 03
INRE ESTATEOF
IHOMAS li BECKER.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
U3MINISTRATION
Die Administration of the
estate of Thomas H Becker
deceased. Kile Number 80-23M
is pending In the Circuit Court
(,,i Dad* County Klorida.
Probate Division the address
,,i win, ii is Dade Count) Court
house :.! Weal Klagler Street
Miami FL 33130 The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the per
onal representative tattornej
u. set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHSOK
IHE KIRST PUBLICATION
Of THIS NOTICE il i all
claims against the estate and
l2i any objection by an In
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenge* the
validity of the will, the quail
fuations of the personal rep
resenlatlve. venue, or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
begun on March 28 1980
Co Personal Representatives
PAULAK BECKER
GEORGE R STEVENS. Ill
c o Paula K Becker
1740 West .'.Mir Street
Sunset Island No 2
Miami Beach. KI.S3139
Attorney for Personal
Representative
SPARBER. SHEVTN, ROSEN.
SHAPO A HEILBRONNER
P A
One Southeast
Third Avenue. No 3050
Miami Kl. 33131
Telephone 1306 I 35* 7990
0*661 March 2* Apnl 4 1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CsteNo M 4JA4FC
NOTICEOF PUBLICATION
INRE The marnageof
CARMEN BENITEZ
Wife Petitioner
JV LIOBENITEZ
Husband Respondent
no It LIO BENITEZ
Resident t nlu i -
s Ol ARE HEREBY noti
FIED that a Petition for
ilutlon of Marriage has
and you are hereby
irveS j>) of your
Answer to the Wife Pe
UltoiK ittoi fiej 1 kONALD
K FROST ESy MSWBUlSt
Mian Florids I and file
rtglnal w iih the office of
the Clerk of the ClTCUll Court
on or before April .'5th 11
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
B) <; i Cartle
As Deputy clerk
fJSn Mar
Apri.4 11 1 1980
AFFIOAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE
STATUTE
STATE OK KLORIDA
' rY OF DADE as
The undersigned, under oath
says It is the intenuon of the
undersigned to engage in a
business enterprise under the
jus name of THE BIG
7 PRETZEL CO located
at 1367 NE 162nd Street In the
'f North Miami Beach.
Dade County Florida
Those interested In said
enterprise and the extent of
Usl ..nitres! of each is as
Ml ari
D FP INC
By DONALDCORRY
President
1367 NE l2nd Street
North Miami Beach
Florida 33163
* March 2*
April 4 11 18. IMP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No M-4S+* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
INRE The Marriage of
RUTH BOONE
Petitioner Wife
and
JAMES BOONS
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU JAMES BOONE TO
16th Street. Newport News
\ irgiaia are hereby notified to
serv e a copy of your Answer to
the Petition For Dissolution of
Marnage filed against you
upon wife s attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS ES
Wl IRE 613 NW 12U) Avenue.
Miami Florida 33136 and file
original with the Clerk of UM
Court on or before May 2 10.
otherwise the Petition wul be
confessed by ou
DATED this ma day of
Marc*. 1M0
Richard P Brinker Cert
By Clarinda Btoen*
Deputy Oerk
Ape" 4 11 If 75
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN thai the undersigned.
ng to under the fictitious name
Southern Star. Inc at 7900 SV.
;. SI Miami. Kla. 33143 in
lends lo register said name
v.ilh the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "f i '"'' countv Florida
Southern Stai at Miami.
Florida, lm
ray lor, Brian,
Bui hei .v Qresns
Mlorney for Southern
Star of Miami.
Florida in,
08701 Apnlt. 11^. 2511980_
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 60-4296 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnageof
MONICA ROSE MERRITT
Petitioner Wife
and
HEN I \MIN I \MES
MERRITT
Respondent Husband
ro BENJAMIN JAMES
MERRITT
MS9 South
Vvuodlawn Avenue
Chicago Illinois 60639
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution ol Marriage has
bean filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to
II on ARTHUR H LIPBON.
attorney (or Petitioner whose
address is 1315 NW 167 Street.
Suite 110-B, Miami Florida,
33169. and file the original Uh
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 2. 1980
otherwise a default will be
entered againsl you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Klorida on this 24th day of
March. 1980
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Klonda
B) Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
March 2*.
April! 11 1* 1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 804371 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
In i. ,' mat n.,.
Ill Mill RTOSA W EDR I
i ui is r Husband
l-AROI BETH
IAA VEDRA
pondenl v fi
ro CAROI BE IHEL
- \ tYEDRA
-
v Ol M'.E NOTIFIED that
I ilSSOLI IT 'N
i IF M \Ri:i \^.y has hrer
are

lefenses if
II on DANIEL
GALLI P ESy plaintiff s

Suite 309 Coral
I, SUM on or
and file the
M !erk ol this
."..:'. either before ssrvtee on
plaintiff s attorney or im
thereafter other
* li a ill be entered
-.. relief
,rrded in the complaint or
n
WITNESS my hand and ihe
I this court on March 2*
Richard P Brinker Clerk
Clerk of ihe Court
Hi M J Hartnett
\- Deputy Clerk
0**X7 March 2*.
April 4, il 16 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CaseNe M-4322FC
FAMILY Dl VISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
In re the marnage of
JOHN T KKLL1HER
Pel...oner Husband
v s
BARBARA C KELL1HER
Respondent Wife
Tt> BARBARA C
KEILIHER
63* 16th Avenue South
Surfside Beach
I C 2M77
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a copy of your
written answer and defense* if
any to It on DANIEL
GALLUP ES4J plaintiff's
attorney. whose address u 2363
rsa.iedo Street. Suite MS Cora.
Gables Klonda 33114. on or
before May 2 19A0 and file the
onglnal with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff attorney or im
mediately thereafter other
wise a defauil will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of IMs court on 34th of
March 19M
RICHARDP BRINKER
Oerk of the Court
By A D tkade
Asrll 4 II. 1* 19*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CsteNo 80^4323 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOPROPERTY
in i,- in, marriage ol
I ol is li Till DEL
Petition.! Hush.Hid
KAREN \ Till DEL
Respondent wife
PO K UtEN v TRl DEI.
II lames Drive
Brunswick. Ohio MSM
YOl ARE NOTIFIED lhat
an action foi Dissoi.i in IN
, in m \p.iu M IE has Man filed
againsl you and you are
required to sei veai opi ol your
written snswel and defenses, if
any lo it on DANIEL
U M.I.I P ESQ plaintiff s
attorne) sfhoss address ks2SM
Salsedo Street Suite mv Coral
Gable* Florida SUM on or
iMlorv May IK'"1 and file Ihe
original witll the clerk of this
I either before servile on
plalntlfl attorm-y or im
medlatel) thereafter, other
wise a di-fault will be entered
against VOU for the relief
demanded in Ihe complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
.. ., oi this ,ourt on 24th of
Man h. 19*0
RICHARDP BRINKER
Oerk of the Court
B) A D Wade
As Deputv Clerk
ie.6.i March 28.
Apnl 4 11 16 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE n TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 16 4133 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
INRE The marnageof
ELIZABETH A
FINNEGAN
Petitioner wile
and
PAUL M FINNEGAN
Respondent husband
YOt PAULM KINNEGAN
residence unknown sre
required lo file your snswer lo
Ihe petition for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy
thereol upon the petitioner s
lie) Herman I'ohen Esq
A 1st Streal Miami. Fla
,.n >r before April 25th
[wtilion w ill be
Dated March24 iwo
RichardP Bnnker
- Circuit Courl
By G 8 C
Deput) Ctork
0M84 Mar, I *
flpfll 11 is 19*>0
IN THE CIRCUIT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M JJtt
Division 02
INRE ESTATEOF
- \; IECHRISTINI
KEEI 1
ased
NOTICE Ol
ADMINISTRATION
PO Ml. PERSONS HA-
MS OR DEMANDS
v UNS r THE BO\ E
x rE AND All OTHER
ONS INTERESTEI IN
tHE ESTATE
i I M'.E HEREBY NOTI
lhat the administration
I the estate of SADIE CHRIS
riNI KEEP! deceased Kile
M 1MB is pending in
the Circuit Courl for DADE
I'ounty Klorida Probate
.n the address of which
West Klagler Street
Miami Florida 33130 The
personal representative of the
estate is MARY LOl ISE
BORAH whose address is 318
Sojthdown Road. Lloyd
Harbor Nev. York 11743 The
name and address of the
personal representative s
attorney are set forth below
All pervois having claims or
de-Tiajuls against the estate are
rvuairied WITHIN THREE
MONTHS KROM THE DATE
OK THE KIRST PL B
1.1CATION OK THIS NOTICE
lo file with the clerk of the
above court a ritlen state
menl of any claim or demand
they may have Each claim
mual be in writing and must
ale the basis for the claim
the name and address of the
I redilor or his agent or st
lorney and the amount
claimed If Ihe claim Is not yet
due Ihe date when it will
be.ome due shall be stated If
'.he claim it contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
an, ertair.ly shall be staled If
ihe claim is secured, the
rcurity shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
*jf tic lent copies of the claim to
Ihe clerk lo enable the clerk lo
mail one copy lo each personal
representative
All persons interested in the
estate lo whom a copy of this
* of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
KROM THE DATE OK THE
KIRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE lo file any
ubjri lions they may have lhat
challenge the validity of the
decedent s will the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
IM OBJECTIONS NOT SO
KILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRQl
Data of the first publican-.
f this Notlci Z
IdmliustraUon \i.tI,h ~
M.o
\ Personal R<
SADIE i H
KEEI I
UToknev FOR
REPRESENiA1
IACK M hash l -^
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h i
i'. ;. phone
rjsjBM Mi rut fl*
INTHE CIRCUIT CO'JRT
FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORID*
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number lo |5M
Division 01
INRE ESTATE i iK
iih: ITRICE Y'OGEI
I hm eased
Nonci t
ADMINISTRATION
To ALL PERSON- 'iv. \
CLAIMS OR : i- nAK j
t GAINST THE (),AF
tTE AND v: L iiTHFp
PERSONS IN TV KESTEn re
THE ESTATE B
YOt ARK HEREBY N0T1
r I ED thai tn.
of the estate MKaTRICE
v ii IEL, dei,., led v .
Number *i 134H u pendm. ir.
the ClTCUll Court fur Did,
County. Florida I'robtit
Division, ihe address of wruch
is 73 West Flagler stW
Miami. Klonda 331 I The per
sonal representatives of Uk
estate are EUGENE J WEISS
and LOUU BDELMAN whow
addresses are ^0^ North Short
Drive, Miami Beach Florid*
and IS Ia>rr,ur-. Tfrrc
Marblehevd Masi "IMS Thi
name and address of tlw
personal representative!
attorney are set forth beloa
All persons hai.iiK claim*or
demands againsl *, esuieir*
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM IHE DATE
or THE riRST PI BUCA
TION OK THIS NOTICE tc We
wilh the clem '.he above
iouiI a ritter statemsal of
any claim or demand they m>
have Eftch I latin rnuil be ir.
riling and must ll ate UN
basis lor tr.e laun :r.t nan*
and address uf the creditor or
his agent or ati ir.d ui*
amount da: c.4irr.j
not yet dm vhtf '
will hi -
. con
lingent or
nature '
be slated If Ihi

lellvi
,'
1- :
\ peri
f Uh
.
r- .
WITHIN
KROM IHI
THIS NOTICE
decedent I
al ''
' II i
UJ CLAIM
\nd OBJECTH "
i- LED WII.l !'k -
HARKED
Dal,
ol th, N ... \dmim
Eugene J i II
\. pereona
of the Hat)
Beatnci
Louis I '
Personal Re f
ATTORNEY FOB 'u
REPRESENTA1
El GENEJ WE
lOT Uncoln Road
Miami Bea. I ^
Telephone 306 334 4^31
r.-s- Marc-.- tpr
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JjpiCIAl.
CIRCUITIN ANDF0
DADE COUNTV FLOBIO*
CaseNe s*.4l**FC
FAA4ILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
KAl ST1NO MENDD2A
PeUUoner
NOTICE OF Ac N
TO NELSON ROSADO
RESIDENCE I NO">
YOl ARE NOTIFIED IM"
an action tor the sdopuo"
minor has been fllefl "'
*nd you are required u MPnt*
copy of your written *$
if any. to it on B H BRA"
ESQ sttomey f1'"^
hose address U 633 NE 1
st nmb fi mm *
before May J 1M0 ar "
original with the cer* afins.
cvKirt either before ,v
PeUUoner or ^ "*>
thereafter otherwise WB-
wili be enured again. >* ra-
the relief demanded
ADOPTION peutior.
WITNESS my l*"^*"".*
seal of thU Court on M*rcn#-
i*" --.
Richard P Bruise-
AslTerkofthe
By M J Hartnet.
AaD^utyOe,
April* **


NOTICE UNDER
-.fTITIOUS NAME LAW
WgS" IS HEREBY
-lUA thai Ihf underatfnad.
*ir the fictitious nim
SfsTAlN OK VOUTH lIS
S Nrth Miami Beach.
rnrTd* > mlendi to
>rt of the Clrcull Court o/
;idCounty Klori.la
MS* HOT TUBS. I0
BvUrry Krder. fr"l<*"t
.Vi;KstNKViNs
iltorwy 'r
Fountain of Youth
;ni* Hot Tubs Inr
i March 21. 28.
**' April 4. 11. ISM
,nThECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANOFORDADE COUNTY
Civil Action No S3'4SFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
KRE The marriage of
tUR\ C CAI
Ml
ROBERTE rARRlS
li::' H
I R1 I U'.HIS
i'o BOX!
yot ARE HER* BY N"T1
It t Ion for
naa
. Uld you
. ., opj Of
if an) to
H il UI'SON
whose
SM
M i .
Mth the
I i.irt

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' r the

SKER
-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT! ,E SERVICE
NO PROPERTY!
I INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
TMEELEvENTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Citil Action No 80 J64J FC
FAMILY CIVIL
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
J OFMARRIAGE
I
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March 21
UrtU.ll |
ClRru,eTVE,NTHjuDC1AL
[ALONSO
^/'"oner Huaband
fRANn.s UNDA
ALON.So
y,,?"!df "<* unknown
PD ? HE"KBY NOT1.
P'-'-'OI j) \ ''ny. to It on
L UEBERMAN.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address I." 3T0 Minorca Avenue.
Suite 5. Coral Gablea. Florida
23(34. and file the original with
the clerk of the above atyled
court on or before May 2nd,
1980. otherwlae a default wlli
be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the com-
plaint or petition
Thia notice ahall be published
once each week for four con-
MCUtlva weeka In JEWISH
H.OHIIHAN NEWSPAPER
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida Oil this 28 day of March,
IMO
RICHARD P HKINKKR
AaClark, Clrcull Court
Dade County. Florida
Be V llarkley
Aa IVputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seali
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370 Minorca Avenue Suite 5
i "inml < tables Florida 33134
attorney for PattUonar
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Alfred Leiber, Sandra Goldstein, Local Civic Leader
Synagogue
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No S0 4S44FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
is RE The marriage ol
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and
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Wife
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICr 18 HEREBY
UIVEN Lhal the undersigned,
desiring lo engage In busineaa
undei tht- fictitioui name Mat
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general partneral p S70I
Collln \. .. Bal Harbour
Kin* iiLi inland said
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Smith Mandler Smith
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
i. i\ k \ thai the underalgned
ng to engage In bu
under Ihe fictitioua name ol
SOI III FLORIDA i;u\\ ..i
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North Miami Florida sail]
Inlanda lo if^i-'.-i laid name
ith the Clark ol the Cln nil
Court ol I lade Count) Florida
South Florida Roxx iii be a
monthl) muall .il reporting
publu .ill.in
Menmarh MarhatlngCor
POI .itUMl
H> QERALD MENOOZA
President
Jos.ph I' I ..iijHsel
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Attor in> (or Menmark
Marketing Corporation
122331 li NW 7 Avenue.
Miami. Fla 331SS
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'if. .1*1 April! 11. 1H.25 1880
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN thai the underalgned
deairlng to engage In bualneaa
under the Mrlltloua name MAT
BAI. HARHOl'H ASSOCIATES
at I7B Weat Waahlngton Street.
Chicago. Illinois 8UM2. Intends
to register aald name with the
t'leik of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MAT HAL HARBOUR
ASSOCIATES, an
Illinois Limited Partnership
Smith. Mandler. Smith
Werner. Jacobowlti
and Fried. P A
Attorneys at
1111 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach. Fl. 331 SB
"k*4 March JK
AprlM. II. is. ism
Founder
Funeral services were held
March 28 in the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue for
Alfred Uiber. one of the founders
of the synagogue, who died
March 26 at Mount Sinai
Hospital He was 81.
Mr I,eiber had been an officer
and fundraiser for the synagogue
since coming here 15 years ago
from Brooklyn. NY. He also was
active in the Mizrachi
organization.
Survivors include his wife.
Hertha; daughters Kilen Shalen
and Raselin Feldman; a sister.
Jennie; four grandchildren and
MM great-grandson Riverside
Chapel handled arrangements.
Sandra Goldstein, a lawyer and
a leader in Jewish civic affairs,
died March 26 at the age of 30
after a sudden onset of
meningitis.
She died at South Miami
Hospital, where she was taken
after being stricken with the
disease.
Miss Goldstein had just been
appointed national vice chairman
of the Young Women's
leadership Cabinet of the United
Jewish Appeal.
She served on the advisory
board of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and on the
boards of directors of the Jewish
Women's Political Caucus and
Jewish Family Services. %
She also was founder and
chairman of the Women's
Division of Fvening Outreach in
Miami, a program of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, and in
1979 she received the
Federation's Stanley C. Myers
President's leadership Award.
A native of Miami, she at-
tended Sophie Newcomb
University before graduating
from the University of Miami.
She received her law degree from
the University of Tennessee.
Miss Goldstein was a full
partner with her father in the law
firm of Goldstein and Goldstein.
She was a member of the Dade
County and Florida Bar
Associations and of the National
Association of Women Lawyers.
She is survived by her parents.
Samuel and Miriam Goldstein.
Services were held in the
Riverside Douglas Road Chapel.
The family asks that donations
be made to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Eric Zwerling, Common Cause Leader
Svr\ itvs ware held Monday at
the Riverside chapel for Eric C.
Zwerling, coordinator of the
Miami Common Cause, a con-
sumer advocate organization.
He died Sunday at Mount
Sitiiu Medical Center of .1 heart
attack at the age of 74.
Mr Zwerling came to Miami
nine years ago after retiring as
\ ice president ol Dome
Laboratories, a division ol Miles
Laboratories, a pharmaceutical
company
APPLEBAUM
! rui SB Miami Be* Mai
I- itw widow ni \Siiii.im \ppiv
im mother of Bernard Stevena and
rhelma lenc< lorton I
Rutl Kopp Mil lam KaUei
greal
grandchildren She waa a membei
the National Council ol Jewiah Woman
and the l- ;< irtda Phllharmi
Funeral aervlcei wen with
Ills eralde in gementa
GABRIEL
1 Hoi .1 ; Norl Miami Man h 71 \
ii'-i'i yeari the 1 .one tr..ni
n v Surviving are her
laband Qllbcrl aan Alan ol Fort
1 .. nieni.iie I*., daughters Ellen and
;en brother Stanle) Kaduahln ol
North Miami Beach She waa a member
Ol Temple I.srael Munii She a.,<
employed .it the General Mail Facility
anil Miami Mi'.i h Mrani h of the t* S
Poal Office l'r the paat 23 years
Funeral -.i ^ 11 aa were held March 3i) at
Riverside Chapel with Interment In Ml
Sinai 1 'emeter)
GOODMAN
Bam< I ramarac Sled March XI He
arai n>. huaband of Dorothy; father ot
Marjone Mazer and Carole Uierman.
the 1 ofaldne) Lloyd and Mired and
. .1.1 Droanea Kuth Natelaon and
QoMle Rand, grandfather ol seven He
arai ai live In the theater locally and in
the New lei..\ area Ser\ u es were
at Menorah Chapeli
Sun:
KAUFFMAN
Man h A resident of
yeara he came (nm I'hila
delphla Pa Ha teaa a member ol the
lewiah War Veterans w Miami Poal
No 223 a i.'n.i Degree Maaon and mem
be 1 ..1 ihe Hlbiai ui Lodge No tit Sur
\ iv in*: are hia wife Jeanette one sun
tephen ol San Francisco Calif.; a
1, 1: iberta Sue Kauffman of
brothers Phillip ol
I'emei 1'uiu Harr) ol Laa Vena,
and Paul "I Long Port n J
Funeral services were held Monday at
r meral Hume with mtermenl
al mi NeboCemelery
REICH
\.tui|.h Miami died Mai 1 h 28 al the age
a realdenl lor M years he came
Irom Rhode Island He waa a veteran ol
World War II and member of Redwood
Maaonli Lodge of Providence Ri Sur
VlVlng are his wife Anne. dauKhter
loyee Kin her. and grandson Jamie
1 es a/era held Sunday at the
Ki% eralde
STEIN
Kate) SI, died March 21 A resident of
Miami Beach since miw she came from
Buffalo N Y Surviving are a son
William 1 Jennie 1 Smith of Boynton
Beach; three daughters. Mrs Belle
1 Mac. Prince of Rochester, n y Mrs
Dorothy (Abraham. Wexler of Miami
and Mrs Janet 1 Soli Redloof Kenmore,
N Y 10 grandchildren and five great
grandchildren Services were held
Sunday at ML Slnal Cemetery with
arrangements by Gordon Funeral
Home
CITY MEMORIAL AND
MONUMENT, Inc.
7fi0 N 2nd Avenue
M.ami Floods 33'38
IVCIVN 01
BERNARD SARASOHN
CFFlCE 7SS '669
RES 11 \ 4430
He was vice chairman of the
board of directors of Neutrogena
Corp, a skin care company.
Mr Swerling who was born in
New York City received a
distinguished alumnus award
from Tufts University in
Massachusetts.
He is survived by his wife,
Kuth: son. John: daughter Susan
Kirchenbaum; sister Celis Fein,
and two grandchildren
BROWN I.re David. 84, Miami March
. Riverside Mt Nebo
IACOBSON Ksther K .nee Kaplan i.
Bal Harbour Riverside
MILLER Helen. 110. North Miami
h. a. h March jr< Neuman
ROSKNBERGER, Albert S3. I'ompano
Beach Newman
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