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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
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Number 18
TWO SUCTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday. May 2. 1980
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Price 35 Cents
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Carter Knows Mideast
Score, Peres Assured
Offers Mideast Plan
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lliisivc Search F>r
Sexual Equality
iEV. S<>KK UTAJ An
imzation calling itself the
th American Coalition for
Imen in Israel has been estab-
ked to deai with what it terms
pirn realit) oi the lives of
nen in i ha founding
Iwnal conference took place
ltd tor two and a
days the personal.
\ i. and religious status
[Israel; women, according to
fn Bob edit I "I I">ir Journal.
publication ol the North
in- Jewish community in
rm. Mass who will emigrate
Israel in
the declaration of principles
Jpted "i women at-
dmn U renoa stated
i support the struggle for
>aht> il Israeli women
Dugh our letlvism \\ e recog-
! that the preliminary basLs of
activi iIivh. thereby
ing the responsibility of
krmin^.' Israeli societ)
WE HI i I. \RATION called
*r~,.- Km and government
1km secular
("on- ,ir people and
we demand full expression and
legal recognition to all branches
of Judaism We call on the
Orthodox rabbinate to increase
their sensitivity to women's
iSSUOS and 10 direct steps towards
redressing sexual equalit)
Lesley Hazelton. author of
/v-,;... Wonun Tht li,,dit\ H,
hind th, Myth, told the con-
ference that despite Israel -
Declaration of Independent
guarantee of equality irrespective
of religion, race or sex. Israeli
women (ace many legal and social
obstacles to achieving equal
rights. Bob reported
Primary among these. Has
ton sani. is the absolute power
vested in the Orthodox rabbinate
by the Knesset in all matters ol
personal law If feminism us to be
achieved, -he said, there must
!* a separation of synagogue and
-l.tle The real ISSUS i- the
political establishment of Ortho-
dox Judaism
SHILAMIT ALONI. Civil
Rights Party Knesset member,
CoaUaoedoa Page 10-A
By JOSKPI1 POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTAl Shimon Peres,
chairman of Israel's Labor
Party, turned down sug-
gestions that President
Carter leans toward the
views of President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt in the
autonomy negotiations
with Israel and said here
that the President's "main
interest is to maintain the
momentum of peace in the
Middle East" and seeking
"a middle road" on "full
autonomy" for the West
Hank and Gaza.
Peres, the first leader of an
Israeli opposition party ever
invited to the White House, met
with Carter privately for a half-
hour end later tor an additional
15 minutes m company with \ ice
President Walter Mondale. then
Secretarj oi State Cyrus Vance
and Israel's Ambassador
Kphraim Kvron.
WHEN HE emerged from the
White House, with Mondale
bidding him farewell. Peres was
asked if he thought Carter takes
sides with Sadat and against
Israel in view of his statements
th.it Jewish settlements on the
\\ est Hank are illegal and an
obstacle to peace and his em-
phasia on "full autonomy for the
Palestinians within the meaning
ol what one reporter called "dic-
tionary" terms.
I think the President ifl
sincerely interested in peace in
the Middle East." Peres
responded "1 think this is his
major consideration rather than
any particular solution. His main
interest is to maintain the mo
Continued on Page 10 A
-ap/fo/ Hill Analysis
Legislators Still Swell Liberal Ranks
ASHING ION (JTA) -
fcpite the shift to conservative
lawn- by many members in
|h houses of Congress, the 28
"sh Representatives and
f n Si ostors mostly remain in
ranks of the liberals or in the
Iterol the political spectrum.
This conclusion is drawn from
voting record of 1979 of the
House members and 100
nators on 19 issues reported by
liberal Americans for
Piratic Action which ob-
^'ed "Congress continued to
|W to the right" in domestic
r> ;,n(1 the faltering ol
fgressive initiatives" in foreigr
'airs
QMEST1C ISSUES about
which ADA conducted its annual
survey included busing, assisted
housing, nuclear power, abortion,
food stamps, low income energy-
assistance, windfall profits tax.
Foreign policy matters concerned
relations with the People's
Hi-public of China. Rhodesian
sanctions, foreign economic aid, a
nuclear aircraft carrier and the
MX missile.
Of the 12 Senators who sup-
ported ADA positons three out of
four times, two are Jewish-
Howard Metzenbaum ID.. Ohio)
and Carl Levin (D.. Mich_)
Among the 6."> Senators who
approved ADA positions less
than half the time were Richard
Stone ID Fla.l. Rudv Boschwit
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(R.. Minn.) and Edward Zonnsky
(D.. Neb I.
Metzenbaum ranks third
among the Senate's members in
support of liberal viewpoints.
With a record of 84 percent.
Metzenbaum trails only Sen.
George McGovern (D.. S.D.) who
has a perfect record, and Patrick
Leahy Second to Metzenbaum among
the seven Jewish Senators in
Lev in with 74 percent, while third
is Jacob JavitslR. N.Y.I with 63
percent. Other Senatorial records
as reported by ADA: Abraham
Ribicoff ID Conn.) 53 percent,
and Stone. Boschwitz and
Continued on Page 12-A
Cyrus Vance
Hardline Triump
Vance Exit Spurred
By Hostage Fiasco
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAl Cyrus Vance's
resignation as Secretary of State and his temporary
replacement by Deputy Secretary of State Warren
Christopher are not expected to result in any change
in President Carter's policies, either toward Israel
itself, the Camp David accords or any other factors
related to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
HOWEVER, some speculation among White
House sources has indicated the possibility that
Carter may install an internationally-recognized
foreign affairs specialist as Vance's permanent
replacement in order to enhance the administration's
position in the wake of the disastrous failure of the
attempt to rescue the American hostages in Teheran
and the deterioration of support for the U.S. in
Western Europe.
It was even suggested by these sources that
Carter may reach into the Republican Party and
invite former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to
assume the post vacated by Vance, despite the fact
that Kissinger and the Carter administration have
differed sharply on many foreign issues.
ANOTHER POSSIBLE successor to Vance
mentioned by these sources is Sen. Henry Jackson
(D., Wash), who has also differed strongly with the
President Carter policy toward the Soviet Union.
For the time being, congressional sources feel,
the administration's policy on Arab-Israeli matters
will remain unchanged with such key figures as
Harold Saunders. Assistant Secretary of State for
Near East and South Asian Affairs, continuing to be
in charge of day-to-day operations in the Middle
Fast.
Robert Hunter, a Middle East specialist on the
National Security Council, will also continue to
Continued on Page 15-A


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John J. Loeb (center), the ini estment hanker who endowed the Pylon representing tin State
of Rhode Island in the John F. Kennedy Memorial in Israel, is honored at a special ceremony
at the Tou ro Synagogue m Newport, HI Sen. Claihorne Pell (right I and John I Kennedy.
Jr. Heft I. son of the late President, were the guest speakers.
Headlines
Reform Jews Rap Chief Rabbinate
Legislation enacted by laraaTa Knesset giving
the Chief Rabbinate sole authority u< determine
who shall register Jewish marriages was assailed
this u.fk by Reform Jewish leaders as .1
deliberate affront to the more than three million
Reform and Conservative Jews in Israel and
throughout 1 ho world
Rabbi Roland H Oittelsohn <>i Uoston.
president of the Association <>t Reform Zionists ol
Vmerica, said the new law. pa fad on March 19,
undermine- recant attempts by Israeli lit-form
rabbis to be p-anted the right to perform mar-
riagos by the Ministry of Keli^ious Affairs
In a statement asserting that "this officially-
sanctioned abridgement of religious freedom mars
the democratic character of Israel.'' Kahbi (iittel-
sohn declared: Israel, the only Jewish State on
the face of the earth, is the only State in which
Reform and Conservative rabbis are prevented by
law from performing marriages the only nation
in which .lews are barred from being married by
the rabbi of their choice."
Henry Kissinger rose above ideological con
siderationa to help open the door to Communist
China, convinced the electorate that detente with
the Soviet Union was a realistic and necessary
approach and. in a demonstration of virtuoso dip-
lomacy, laid the groundwork for an Israeli
Egyptian peace.
At the same time, he prolonged U.S. involve-
ment in the Vietnam War for almost four years,
dismissed as irrelevant the moral question of
human rights, and practiced an elitist foreign
policy that excluded Congress, the State Depart-
ment and the American people.
This contrasting assessment of one of the most
controversial figures in modern American history
is made in The Crises of Power, a new book that
examines United States foreign policy during the
Kissinger years.
Written by Brandeis University political
scientist Seyom Brown of Newton, who was a
senior fellow at the Brookings Institution when
Kissinger held public office. Crises of Power
recounts the often erratic course of American
foreign policy during the Nixon and Ford ad-
ministrations.

The Anti-Defamation League has urged the
U.S. Senate to adopt a bill to investigate the re
location and internment of more than 100.000
Americans of Japanese ancestry during World
War II and to recommend "appropriate
remedies" if wrongs were committed.
In a letter dated Mar. 26 to the Senate Com-
mittee on Governmental Affairs, ADL national
director Nathan Perlmutter asked why Japanese
Americans were "singled out and deprived of
liberty and property without criminal charges or
trial."
"Was it necessary." he went on. "to insulate
Japanese Americans from the possible effects of a
wartime hysteria? Was it the consequence of|
prejudice and discrimination against persons of
Japanese ancestry?"
The letter was addressed to Connecticut Sen.
Vbcsham \ Ribicoff, chairman <>t the Govern-
mental \ttairs Committee, in support ol S
introduced bj Senators Inouye, Matsunaga
Hayakawa ranston. McClure and Church
Washii ittornej \ltred II Moses has
been S< < arter administration to
succeed Sanders as liaison with the
American Jewish community lie will assume his
duties on .1 part time basis
s.i'.i Seanor, ol Decatur, Ga who has worked
with Sanders during his tenure, will stay on as
Moses principal assistant
Moses 50, a native of Baltimore, is a partner in
the law firm ol Covington and Hurling and has
been active in Jewish communal affairs tor 16
J ears
Sol C Chaikin, president ol the International
Ladies' Garment Workers Union, and Sanford I
Weill, board chairman and chid executive officer
ot Shearson Loeb Rhoades, Inc New York City,
nave been elected to the Brandeis University
Hoard ot Trustees
Chaikin was instrumental m establishing the
Louis Stulberg (hair in Politics and Social
Welfare in the Hrandeis Politics Department, and
Weill created a scholarship fund which provides
deserving students with tuition assistance at
Hrandeis
Chaikin has been a member of the Hrandeis
Hoard of Fellows since 1976. and Weill since 1977
President of ILGWU since 1975. Chaikin was
named to that post after a career in the labor
organization that began in 1940.
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An international symposium on intensive and
critical care medicine will be held in Haifa under
the auspices of the Technion Faculty of Medicine
on June 4 to 6. The symposium is sponsored by
the World Federation of Societies of Intensive
and Critical Care Medicine. Constitution
Advisory Committee. It will bring together inter-
nationally-known authorities in the field from
Israel. Kurope and America in order to provide
the participants with knowledge of recent
developments in the field.
The fight against discrimination, which made
substantial progress in this country in the 1960s
and 70s. may make further advances in the 1980s
if two conditions are met: The election of a
President, with his appointive power to the
Supreme Court, who is in sympathy with this
objective; and continued cooperative efforts by
Blacks. Hispancis. ethnics. Jews, women, and
others.
This projection for the human rights outlook
for the next decade was offered by Samuel
Rabinove. director of the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Discrimination Division, in an address at
the recent Tennessee Human Rights Conference
The two-day meeting, which was held in Mem
phis, was sponsored by ten local and national
religious and communal organizations.
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News in Brief
Yadin Movement Opts to Stick With Likud
TEL AVIV Deputy Prime
Minister Yigael Yadin's
Democratic Movement voted 32-
6 here to reject a proposal by the
party's Secretariate that it quit
the Likud-led coalition govern-
ment.
The vote, by the DMS Exec
utive. was a victory for Yadin
who was supported by Justice
Minister Shmuel Tamir against a
strong secessionist group.
Yadin argued that the time
was ripe for the DM to exert
leverage on Prime Minister
Menachem Begin if the latter
hoped to preserve his shaky
regime until the 1981 elections.
The DM differs sharply with
Likud over settlement policy and
economic measures But its views
have had little impact since it
joined the coalition in 1978 a.s the
Democratic Movement for
'V*"nange. then the third largest
faction in the Knesset
TEL AVIV Israels
Ambassador to Colombia.
Kliyahu Barak, returned home
after a two-month ordeal in the
Dominican Embassy in Bogota,
where he and a score of other dip-
kimats and foreign nationals were
held hostage by leftist revo-
lutionaries. The hostages were
finally released over the weekend
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir was at Ben (iurion Air
port to welcome the returning
nvoy who looked thin but ap-
peared in good health and good
spirits "It's good to be home.''
he said "We're glad to have him
. *ack." Shamir told reporters.
Shamir said a special team had
beta working around the clock
for weeks to effect Barak's
rrlease Me hinted that certain
measures Israel took which he
would not reveal had helped
gain freedom for Barak and the
others Asked if Barak would
return to his post in Colombia.
Shamir said that would depend
on his discussions with the
Ambassador which will take
place later on
NEW YORK The Arab In
formation Center in the United
States, a branch of the league of
Arab States, has published the
first issue of a new monthly in
English named Arab Perspei tu .
The editorial of the first issue,
written by Colovis Maksoud. the
permanent observer of the Arab
League to the United Nations,
states that the goal of the sleek
and modern publication is "to
contribute to the understanding"
between Arabs and Americans.
in understanding "that has so
long eluded us."
The April issue of Ara6 Per-
spectives contains 70 pages and
includes articles on Zionism
written by Moshe Menuhin. who
is described by Arab Perspective
as "one of the principal American
anti-Zionist Jews." The article is
replete with the standard anti-
^tonist tirades. It also praises
Yasir Arafat, describing him as
that wise, brilliant Yasir
Arafat." a "worthy leader of the
Arab nation."
TEL AVIV Israeli political
and military leaders spoke with
both sympathy and frank
criticism over the weekend of the
disastrous failure of the
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American attempt to rescue the
50 hostages held at the U.S. Em-
bassy in Teheran Inevitably,
comparisons were made between
that abortive effort and Israel's
successful rescue of 100 hostages
from Entebbe Airport in Uganda
in July. 1978
The consensus of opinion hen'
was that the abortive American
operation humiliated the United
States and did severe political
damage to President Carter
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
sent a cable to Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance Friday expressing
Israel's sympathy for the loss of
American lives and asked Vance
to convey his condolences to the
families of the American service-
men killed or injured
At the same time, the Foreign
Ministry issued a statement
denying any Israeli involvement
in the American action The
statement said that government
ministers and other senior of-
ficials first learned of it from the
media.
NEW YORK Thousands
braved intermittent showers and
unseasonably cold weather Apr
J7 to march 10 blocks down Fifth
\\ Hamm.irskjold Plaza. across
from the United Nations, to
.i.monstrate their support for
So\ iet Jewry
The annual Solidarity Sunday
for Soviet Jewry.'' sponsored for
the ninth consecutive year by the
Greater New York ((inference on
Soviet Jewry, has traditionally
brought large turnouts of Jews
and non-Jews, with men. women
and young people from New Eng-
land to Maryland marching with
their synagogues, organizations
and fraternal groups.
Mervin Kiseman. chairman of
the GNYCSJ, estimated the
turnout at 100.000. despite the
inclement weather Rabbi Haskel
Lookstfin. spiritual leader of
Manhattan s Congregation
Kehillath Jeshurun. who was
chairman of "Solidarity Sun-
day." looked at the dwindling
crowd in the plaza as the rain
poured down and declared,
Because you stand in the rain.
Soviet Jewry will have sun-
shine." But he also promised that
speeches would be short.
NEW YORK The Task
Force on Missionary Activity of
the Jewish Community Relations
Council of New York is warning
the Jewish community to beware
of a new major campaign
currently being launched by the
cult group. The Way Inter-
national
The campaign, entitled. "Take
A Stand Caravan 1980," was
initiated in January by the
group's founder. Victor Paul
Wierille Their stated purpose,
according to the Task Force, is to
"Win new people for (their)
Power For Abundant Living
IPFAL) classes and sign up
World Over World (WOW I
ambassadors
According to Dr. Seymour
Lachman. chairman of the Task
Force, the group is reported to
be virulently anti-Semitic Some
of the recommended reading sug-
gested by the sect includes The
\1\th of the Six Million, and The
Hoax of the Tuentieth Cenlurw
both of which attempt to prove
that the Holocaust never took
place This is particularly
frightening." Lachman stated,
in light of the fact that among
the claimed 50.000 members.
many are Jews ______________
TEL AVIV Mayor Jerzy
Maiewski of Warsaw has ac-
cepted an invitation to visit
Israel as new relationships ap-
peared to be developing between
Israel and Poland in the spheres
The author of Holocau st
returns with a fabulous
.Jewish family saga.
With this powerful story of a
remarkable It-wish family.
(.?raid Croon returns to the
Brooklyn scene he depit ted
so vividly in The Lust AngT)
Man
Spanning the vears 1910 to
1960. The Chains chronicles
the rise of the Chain family
from its immigrant founding
father lake Chain, a wagon
driver who uses his cast-iron
fists to protect striking gar-
ment workers, to lake's Ivy
League grandson, Martin,
who endows a magnificent
medical center. Alongside
the Chains in their time of
trouble is Dr. Samuel Abel-
man, that lovable cur-
mudgeon from The Las!
Angry Man.
Peopled with strong char-
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and brilliantly recreating the
turbulent decades since the
turn of the centurv. The
Chains will hold you
enthralled from the very first
page.
Bursting with vitality.
Vivid characters...a passion-
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and rich in authentic detail,
a lesson in social history,
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of culture and historical research
with respect to the once great
Polish Jewish community which
perished in the Holocaust.
The invitation was extended
by Deputy Mayor Yitzhak Artzi
of Tel Aviv who was a member of
the delegation of former Jewish
underground fighters who
battled the Nazis in Poland
during World War II.
No date has been set for the
v is it. but it may coincide with the
visit to Tel Aviv next fall of the
Warsaw Jewish Theater.
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Cyrus Vance Resigns
The tragic misfiring of the U.S. effort to free our
hostages in Teheran now results in the resignation of
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance. It is no secret that
this is a victory for hardliner Zbigniew Brzezinski,
who is President Carter's National Security Adviser.
Whatever effort the Jewish community may
have made in the past to cozy up to Brzezinski, the
fact is that he is not a cozying'-up type. What we can
now expect is not only a tougher stand against the
Soviet Union, with all the risks attendant to someone
in power sporting a short fuse.
We can also expect a harder line on the ad-
ministration's demand for more and more con-
cessions from Israel on the settlements and the
Palestinian autonomy question.
By the time our own speculations are in print, a
new Secretary of State will have already been
chosen; we do not intend here to be a prohpet as to
who President Carter's choice will be.
Victory for Hardliners
One interesting thought in this regard was the
rumor of possibility pointing at former Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger, despite the fact that choice
would mean jumping the Democratic Party fence.
We say interesting because of Kissinger's state-
ment as late as last week criticizing President
Carter's Middle East policies as aimed at squeezing
more and more concessions out of Israel for peace
until peace is achieved at the cost of the very
destruction of the State itself.
Would Dr. Kissinger pursue an opposite course
if ht- had the opportunity? He certainly did not when
he was Secretary of State in the administrations of
Presidents Nixon and Ford. Nor would he be able to
faced with the monolithic Zbigniew Brzezinski.
In the end. the point is that it will hardly matter
who is President Carter's choice. In the end. the
point is that it will be Brzezinski who sets the course
This may be more pessimistic a conclusion for
events in the Middle Kast. if possible, than the t rag it-
failure of our hostage operation itself.
Tribute to Dr. Kronish
A dinner-dance at Temple Beth Sholom this
weekend will honor Dr. Leon Kronish for his 3<; ears
in the rabbinate and his 35 years as spiritual le. rer of
Beth Sholom.
The community joins this distinguished
congregation in wishing Dr Kronish continued long
service in the pulpit of his Temple and in the multi-
tude of his activities as a national and international
.Jewish leader.
From Israel Bonds to Histadrut to the American
Jewish Congress, Dr. Kronish plays a role of
prominence and distinction in the course of Jewish
affairs. In addition to these organizations, he
remains firmly identified with his rabbinic duties as
chairman of the Israel Commission of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis.
Dr. Kronish does not speak for himself, and he
endeavors not to permit his multitude of activities to
speak for him either, but rather for the worth of the
activities themselves.
At the function in his honor at Beth Sholom
Sattfrday night, the Temple will take the opportunity
to speak for him to express its gratitude for his
leadership and devotion.
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Volume 53 Number 18
THIS IS intended as no dis-
respect for the men who died in
the U.S. effort to free our hos-
tages in Teheran. But the truth is
that more was lost than their
lives.
Perhaps for the first time since
World War 11. we had the Soviets
over an ideological barrel in the
matter of their invasion of
Afghanistan. More than any-
thing else, our Olympic Games
boycott placed great strains upon
the Soviets' masters.
For the first time, visible
cracks began to show in the
Kremlin power struggle between
the "moderate'' civilian old men
who rule the Muscovite Empire
in the Kremlin and the young
Turk commanders of their
military machine.
ANDREI GROMYKO flew
into Paris last week with his tail
between his legs for a scheduled
tongue-lashing on Afghanistan
by President Giscard d'Kstaing
Leo
Mindlin
a lesson in chastening so im-
probable in the general design of
simplistic French self-interest
these days that one could only
marvel that it would be taking
place at all.
Gromyko came to "explain-'
the Soviets' leadership dilemma
the young Turk militants who
are taking over control of his
country even before the old men
have died. Fhefn was the
Afghanistan decision, he would
bleat, it was not the decision of
the old men. who still stand f
SALT II and detente
All this, of course, was before
the U.S. landing in the deserts of
Iran. By the time Gromyko was
scheduled to meet with
d'Kstaing. he was already |K
tunng us before the world on our
reckless adventurism His
back stiffened, he could not only
push Afghanistan into forgotten
history but give every signal that
a French tongue-lashing would be
an unwelcome political
anachronism.
The U.S. servicemen who died
deserve that we honor them Hut
we lost an even more priceless
prize than they .
THE CUBAN commumtv of
South Florida shows a thank -
disregard for the welfare ol the
total community in its relentless
drive to transport all of Cuba
precisely here to these shun- and
no others.
They are not to be blamed
Absurd federal laws governing
immigration. education and
welfare have encouraged in them
the strange view that for Cubans
the process of becoming a citizen
is a sacred public trust which the
public must bear in their behalt
and the individual Cuban is
privileged to enjoy with .1 mini
mum ot personal discoml
dislocation
lxx-al commumtv attitudes
have not bora any mon realistic
I 'hey have Cl'SStsd .1 bilingual
monster, large h des
public school s\ iten
none loo much quality I
with, and bifurcsl 1
tween opposing l..itu.
\ngln tones v. host lestei
rages are linallv (>;;:'.
surf see
THE REACTION
1 rem he the Castro decision to a
emigration shows nol a *
concern tor an) ol thi
flagrant disregard ol goveri
pleas to engage in no illega
activ it\ ma) be undi
bSCaUSf alter all. the C
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Russians Probing Israels' Ether
HAIFA ll cant be seen for
the windows ol my home high up
on Mount Carmel. but
somewhere out there on the
horizon it cruises lazily back and
forth in the Mediterranean, well
outside the territorial waters of
Israel. It is quite safe on the
international high seas, but of
course the little ship has no
aggressive potential. Its ar-
maments, if any, are probably
limited to a few small hand
weapons.
No. this is not a war ship in the
accepted sense of the word It is
one of the Soviet spy ships which
swarm the oceans of the world
engaged in gathering in-
formation.
There's no secret about it.
either. The Soviet reconnaissance
vessels on assignment to the U.S.
Mediterranean Sixth Fleet are
not at all bashful, and openly
follow the big ships as they sail
back and forth or even during the
midst of naval maneuvers.
AT FIRST glance, one would
think these were simple fishing
1 boats, except tor the tact that
|they cruise in waters where there
are no fish. The tell-tale in-
dication is in the antennas which
dominate the decks. These are
not spy ships in the sense that
they "watch" anything. Their
specialty is in their sophisticated
ears. These are "listening" craft,
and the intricate electronic
apparatus on board is so finely
tuned that it can pick up
anything and everything that the
Israelis put into the ether, s
The space above our little
Carl
Alnert
country is filled with many
electronic ignala. They include
hip-tO-ship broadcasts. taxi
drivers report ing in to their
dispatch stations, radio hams,
long distance phone calls relayed
by radio, children playing with
their walkie-talkies, and of course
a wide variety of military
communications from tanks,
planes and field stations
In the ether, this becomes a
chowder of confused sounds and
signals, but the delicate Soviet
equipment which picks it all up
and records it is also capable of
filtering the material and un
scrambling it so that every
message can be read clearly and
without interference. The in-
formation is all then flashed back
to Moscow where it is carefully
fed into the master computer of
miscellaneous information. It
becomes intelligence on Up. bits
of precious data which may some
day help fill in spaces on a
military jigsaw puzzle
SOVIET LISTENING ships
off the coast of Israel are not new
They were on duty here even
before the Six-Day War, when
the Soviet Union was a friendly
nation, enjoying a diplomatic
relations with Israel. Spying has
never been considered a hostile
act The best of Iriends do
1 sen oiher Eavesdropp
part of the accepted inten
gama For some reason
Russians atoppsd fishing m
Lhasa waters in 19
defense forces v.pi
Bamahantk, now rs> 1 1
early this year tbev rsturni
would be safe to connect thi
with the latest Russiai 1
[kins ion ism into Asia, of v.
the invasion of Afghanis!
but another symptom
Fvery scrap of mlormal;
its value at the proper linn and
place, and the Russians do not
want to miss anything that
might prove helpful SOtTM
Language is no problem M
anyone who has listened W
Moscow's Voice of /\
VShalom. Progress and I'eactjf %
knows, there is an ample corps ol
Hebrew scholars, some of whom
gained their first knowledg- "'
Hebrew when, as members ol the
Russian Embassy in Tel Aviv
they attended Ulpan here
A crane operator monitor"1*
the unloading of special
equipment in the port of Hu-1 "r
an army officer who phone-
wife from a distant arnn
that he won't be home that n'^ht
liecau.se or the banking
communications with Europe f
all are rich sources of valuable
information for the Littafl V**"'j
klly "fishing" off the ooasl "'
Israel.
A COUPLE of Wend*
mine, who occasionally speak to
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IMo 'Accessories'
But Alot of Additional Equipment
totiAii
I. Historical Journal
'Debunks' Holocaust
.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
\l U YORK IJTAI An
hi-torical journal has been
launched in California aimed at
ying thai the Holocaust tk
place according to the Simon
Wiesenthal Center for Holocaual
Studies al Yeahiva Univerait> ol
Los \ngelea
': Zuroff, t he dim tor ol
aid i hal
the of h
ia In ing published bj the
r Historical Re\ iew m
Calif I hi Institute i
imed goal ia to bring
into a< I oril vv it h t h*-
!>ut whose objective in
.- to deni I ha Holocaual
. ilit> tin' Jewish people,"
aid
IMF INSTITUTE, it
i Kampk puMished th- infamous
%book I'he H e Tin ntieth
bj \rthur Bull which
- to prove :hat thin were no
murders in in. gaa
mbers, onlj a million Java
during the war antl that no
existed tor the Final
Solution
Zurofl sent a letter to Stapban
Horn, preaidaal of California
State Univeraity, Long Batch,
asking that I)r Keinhard
Buchner in- diamiaaed or "can*
sured by the academic
authorities for being listed on
the editorial advisory board of
I he first issue of the Journal.
Zuroff'a letter, copies of which
were sent to Gov. Edmund
Brown and the California Hoard
lt Regent, declared: "The
thought that a man who would
support such ideas is allowed
accaai to hundreds of students
yearly and that he has invoked
his academic credentials to lend
credence to this hateful ideology
is extremely distressing.''
THE JOURNAL lists for sale
y the Insitute many books
denying the Holocaust as well as
Wie accepted analyses of World
ar II. ln addition to Butz'a
book, some others offered for sale
are:
Debunking the Genocide
Myth, by Paul Rassinier. which
is described as "A French
-Socialist who was interned at
Huchenwald tells of his fruitless
search for concrete evidence of
the Holocaust1 "; The Myth of
the Six Million, by Anonymous,
described as "the first-ever
English language book to dispute
V*W Holocaust' "; and Hitlers
I L-rV y David ,rvin8- th bo"
which claims that there was no
evidence that Hitler ordered the
extermination of the Jews.
OTHER MEMBERS of the
editorial advisory committee are
Dr- Austin App, who is retired
from La Salle College.
Philadelphia; Butx. who ia a
professor at .Northwestern
University. Kvanston. III.:
Janus Fgolf. Duquesne
I niveraity, Pittsburgh, and Dr.
.lames Marl in. of the In sit ute
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA, Carter
Administration officials are
preparing to sell Saudi
Arabia "a considerable
amount" of additional mili-
tary equipment, but they
will not provide some of the
accessories"* that the
Saudis have indicated they
want.
According to informed sources,
the Administration has made
known that it would be "dif-
ficult" to fulfill Saudi Arabia's
specific requests. These include
equipment for the midair re-
fueling of F 15 warplanes which
would give them added range:
multiple ejection racks that
would increase the F-15's attack
pay load: and the special
"Awacs" aircraft with advanced
radar that could be used as a
command plane for F 15
squadrons. The U.S. ia providing
1 ISa, one of its most sophis-
ticated combat aircraft, to the
Saudis.
SINCE SAUDI Arabia is a
principal supplier of oil to the
U.S., the Administration is
seeking appropriate language to
inform the Saudis just what
weaponry it will be possible to
provide at this time. First reports
of new weapons sales to Saudi
Arabia which has bought
billions of dollars ot military
equipment from the U.S. over the
last five years indicated that a
program of the magnitude
desired by the Saudis would run
into strong opposition from
friends of Israel in Congress and
would not be feasible during the
presidential election campaign.
Hut. while Israel in principle is
opposed to supplying Saudi
Arabia with military equipment
in excess of its perceived defense
needs, there has been no sign by
Israelis here or by anyone in
Congress of opposition to the
latest military sales program for
the Saudis.
It appears, however, that Con-
gress and the Administration
itself are concerned that the U.S.
should not put itself in the
position that it was in Iran before
the downfall of the Shah, which
could lead to the danger of
weapons provided to Saudi
Arabia falling into the hands of
hostile forces.
THIS CONCERN is predi-
cated on signs of disintegration
of the ruling family in Saudi
Arabia. President Anwar Sadat
of Egypt publicly forecast
turmoil in several Mideastern
countries in the coming months
when he was in Washington two
weeks ago.
Saudi Arabian sources, in dis-
cussing this matter, noted that
when National Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski was in Saudi
Arabia last January, he stressed
that the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan threatened the
stability of the Persian Gulf
region and sought Saudi support
for U.S. plans to block further
Soviet penetration of the region.
The Saudis now point out that
the U.S. seems unwilling to give
them what they need for their
national defense. In no case.
however, has any indication been
given as to which country or
countirea the Saudis are
preparing against
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Friday, \A%\ 2
:
Rabbi's Beach Talk
Focuses on 'Gesher'
"What I Believe Israel as a
Spiritual Center." This was the
topic of an address by Rabbi
Ronald Kronish at Temple Beth
Sholom on Miami Beach as part
of his evaluation program for
Gesher in Israel
Rabbi Kronish is the son of Dr.
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom. The young
Rabbi Kronish moved to Israel
last June.
Gresher is the Hebrw word for
"bridge." Since its inception in
1969, it has mobilized many
talented persons throughout the
world in helping to develop a
wide range of sophisticated
programs and educational
materials.
RABBI KRONISH. who is
ordained from Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York and holds a
doctorate in education from
Harvard, teaches and does
research at the Center for Jewish
Education of the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
In his address at Beth Sholom.
he said, "We are trying to
combat a severe loss of Jewish
identity among high school youth
Rabbi Ronald Kronish
Israel, both secular
in
religious.
"In order to do this, we use
methods of informal education
developed in America and Israel
to motivate students to ask basic
questions about their
Jewishness."
According to Rabbi Kronish.
Gesher's program in Israel
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EDITOR, Thv.lcuish h'loridtan
Recently 1 was a patient at
Parkway General Hospital for a
period of 19 days. During that
time, the only rabbis who visited
me were rabbis who came to see
me because they knew me per-
sonally.
The gentleman in the next bed
to me. who was a Gentile, was
visited practically every' day by a
priest making the rounds of the
hospital, spreading some words
of comfort. No rabbi came to
make similar rounds for the
Jewish patients
I BELIEVE that a sick person
in the hospital, especially one
scheduled for surgery, would get
a spiritual lift at a time when
they sorely need it, and would be
truly grateful for such a visit
from a rabbi.
It is unfortunate that no local
organization presently sponsors
such a program I am told that
this used to be a function of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, but that it was
eliminated when they were forced
to make budget cuts Perhaps, if
more people in the community
were to support Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, we could
encourage them to reinstate this
very worthy function
MAX HEIMOWITZ
North Miami Beach
Editor's Not* Not so Reader
Max Heimowitz has been mis-
informed, according t<> Kabbi
Solomon Schiff. director <>f
Chaplaincy <>t the Greater
Miami lov* Mi I adoration,
vkhoM- hospital visitation
program iv alive and well
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkle ia the
Jewish chaplain assigned to
\i-tt patients el Parkws)
Genera] but, according to
Rabbi Schiff, the Jewish
patient load .it Parkway is so
haav) that Kal)l>i GorfinkW
in not possibl) manage to gal
to ill ol then Reader Heimo
wit/ may just possibl) have hit
an especiall) drj season
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Belt have risen dramatically
What he should have criticized
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quoting a Federation official as
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Ar. jumped from 6.500 to h.ooo'
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Gainesville from 210 to 700,
Tallahassee from 525 to 1.000
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Times has. In the same 10-year
period. Atlanta grew from 16.500
to 22,000. Houston jumped from
20.000 to 27.000; Charlotte from
2.100 to 3.000
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Europe Raps Israel
Settlement Policy Gets the Brunt
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS IJTAI The
Council of Europe, an assembly
representing 21 West European
national parliaments, has con-
demned Israel for its settlement
policv. recognized Palestinian
right to self-determination" and
called on West European
governments to take joint action
in order to "complete or replace"
I'nited Nations Security Council
Resolution 242.
The Council of Europe's
resolution, which had been
drafted by the Council's political
commission, was approved by
170 votes with no opposition and
onl> 10 abstentions.
resolution "will hurt peace in the
Middle East and Western Europe
itself." ^
The Council resolution say9
that "Israel's refusal to recognize
the Palestinian people's right to
self-determination and in-
dependence is an obstacle to a
peaceful settlement."
It adds that the Palestine
Liberation Organization refusal
to recognize Israel's right to exist
is also a stumbling block putting
both sides. Israel and the PLO.
on the same level.
THE RESOLUTION con
demns the Israel government's
settlement policy, calling it
illegal, and calls on Israel to
withdraw from the occupied
territories. It also calls for a
"special status" for Jerusalem
without specifying what it should
be.
THE COUNCIL was
traditionally considered the most
pro Israeli of all international
organizations, a bastion of
Israel I friend among West
Kumpean parliaments. Israeli
sources said they were surprised
both by the resolution itself and
by the overwhelming majority
which approved it. Israeli ob-
server. Micha Harish, said the
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The Council's political com-
mission drafted the resolution
after a study mission visited
Israel. Jordan. Syria and Egypt
The Foreign M inisters of the four
countries were also invited to
Holocaust Survivors May
Quality for Social Security
W \SHTNGTON (JTAI -
Legislation has been introduced
in t>oth houses of Congress to
help Holocaust survivors qualify
for Social Security benefits they
are unable to receive now because
the records of their naturalization
i' I S citizens contain errors
with respect t<> their birth dates.
I in--l.ition was introduced
bj Hep William Hughe-.
i' l.l and Sen Richard Sen
weikl : |R I'a I Sehweikrr
ted out that women
prisoners in N.i/i campa above
thi agi nt in were often put to
and many piiaooara
ited their agaa to avoid
il ion
HI SAID that alter World
* ,000 cooncentration
p survivors v. .-re admitted
ii country and up to 10,000
ive understated their true
BUthoritiaa S Bd that since those who
*.r. fearful that
lictory concentration
> "mis would jeopardize
ances t ,.,u,t the I S
and that they would be sent to
hostile countries for relocation,
liberated women prisoners
repeated their misstatements to
the naturalization authorities.
After i.r> years of freedom,
their true ages (of men and
women i exceed 66, yet official
records list ages below this
figure Social Security benefits
.ire now denied them because of
this .inoniaK ." Schweiker said
He said the
legislation would
Attorney General
documents when
proposed
enable the
to correct
conclusive
evidence is presented that the
age ot survivors liv ing in the I S
i- erroneous and the errors can
be traced back to tears ot per
locution it admission to the l s
were denied
REP. Henrj Waxman 'l>.
( aht i. a co sponsor ot the
legislation in the House, said the
correct ion ol age errors would
apply onlv to those survivors
who entered the l S between
Dec 22, 1945and No\ I, 1964
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address the Councils plenary
assembly. The resolution itself
was presented by French Gaullist
Deputy Jacques Baumel and was
reportedly approved by all of the
commission's members, in-
cluding its Swiss president.
Apparently, in order to obtain
a large consensus, the com-
mission included at the last
moment an additional paragraph
stressing that the PLO's
recognition 'will be contested for
as long as this organization fails
to recognize Israel and give up
the use of violent methods."
THE RESOLUTION con
demns "all acts of terrorism from
wherever they come." thus
implicitly condemn.ng Israel's
military activities in south
Lebanon and comparing them to
Palestinian terrorist attacks.
Israeli sources in Strasbourg
stressed that the resolution's
main concrete point could be the
call for joint West European
action to change Resolution 242
in order to cancel out the words
"Palestinian refugees'' and
replace them with a reference to
Palestinian "self-determination
and independence.''
The Council only has an ad-
visory role but has often served
in the past as a launching pad for
West European political
initiatives. Its resolutions are
often later tabled in the European
Parliament, which represents the
nine member states of the
European Economic Community,
and in the various national
assemblies.
Several Council members,
known in the past for their pro
Israeli sympathies, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the resolution is "symbolic <>f the
current European trend" and
shows dissatisfaction with Israeli
current policies
1 Academy Renamed I
y.
1 For Rabbi Gross
The Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross Greater Miami He-
brew Academy. This is the
new name of the Hebrew
Academy on Miami Beach,
whose Executive Commit-
tee has moved in a resolu-
tion here to memorialize
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
founder of the Academy,
first its principal and later
dean.
Rabbi Gross died Mar. 10 on
Miami Beach following a lengthy
illness.
THE RESOLUTION renam
ing the institution in his honor
notes that the late Rabbi served
as principal and dean for 30 years
and that "he alone was instru-
mental through the growth of the
Hebrew Academy in establishing
this as the fifth largest Jewish
community in these United
States."
I. H Abrams. chairman of the
Executive Committee, declared
in making public the Academy's
announcement that "we pay
tribute to this man and to the
ideals for which he gave his life
. this is a unique honor and
"... there is no way to <<
:: properly honor this man who j:j:
J: has done so much for so ::
::' many Jewish children. The '$
: entire Jewish community is ::
jj: indebted to him for his ::
:: pioneering and persistence' 3
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will not set a precedent for any
other name change at the
school."
According to Abrams, "there
is no way to properly honor this
man who has done so much for so
many Jewish children. The entire
Jewish community is indebted to
him for his pioneering and per-
sistence.
"The name of Alexander S.
Gross is synonomous with excel-
lence in education. If you know
how much he loved the children,
you would know why he must
never be forgotten."
FOR MANY years. Rabbi
Gross traveled extensively in
Latin America, bringing back
students to the Hebrew Academy
from Caracas. Venezuela;
Bogota. Colombia: Lima, Peru;
Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro and
Buenos Aires.
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Europe old amir :. cv *r
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new power :ux- :c cae
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Mideast sears a striking r-Jar-
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Britain s 9a? Mark Syaea and
France s Charles Puxt ugetner
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states x the region There are
suspicions caac the Paiescmians
will serve *a proxies for North
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penetrate Wat Asia s fertile
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model for secesaaonism else
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che I S Secretary :i Stata
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Rabbi laamaniaei Jacob.:
mentnaig a Soviet aaj
for improving reiatu:r.
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AJComm. Chapter Slaps Israel
f'a^ 9 A
B, JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
ra of the Washington
Oiapterof the American Jewish
Committee who take issue with
.,,,: govenuMnt s policy of
on the West Bank
and GaM Strip have scheduled a
special meeting here of the
JltpUr'l .ipproximately 600
m U) debate their stated
. *-
\ .,-*t-r --igned by the chap-
y,. m Nancy I*ang. and
circulated t" the members, said
'the nwulta ol our discussion
will be forwarded to the National
Board ol Governor! which is
njfftin*: in N.v York on May 13.
unmwiuteb prior to the annual
perting there on May 15 when
ibted ) the plenary body
of the VmericM Jewish Com-
will COHM to grips with
THE LEI'TER. dated Apr. 11.
cautioned that the chapter's
rotting is for American Jewish
Committee members only." and
'J* draft rtfmt" attached
to it is confidential" for "in-
larnal use only."
However, the contents of the
letter and draft statement are
- ridel) known and discussed
in Washington and are known in
Israel A ropy of the letter and
in'.'. as mailed by a recipient to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency's
Washington Hureau.
* Brani paramith, director of
D chapter of the
since 1964, con-
distribution of the
He cold the JTA. "It is
for all members to
issue but not un-
ny means The
li wish "Committee is
Iting society but
procaM to obtain
if ourseK at
, laid that no one
' rl VI Committee
told us to
lie noted that
chapter vice
mambara ol the
'
'Id, A. 1< ommittee
president, told
JTA "If they (the Washington
chapter! are doing it. thev are
doing it on their own Thev have
no direction from the national
office. At times v.,- lolicil chapter
sentiment, and at times we get
chapter sentiment without
solicitation We haven't done
that in this case Foreign policy is
made by the national
organization, not local. At best,
the chapter action will be a
recommendation to the national
organization ."
ASKED IF other AJCom
mitlee chapters are taking a
critical position on settlement,
Cold replied. I don't think so "
He said he did not see it as a
"general thing.
Top officials of the AJCom
mittee. including Gold and
Kichard Maass. president of the
organization, remarked in Israel
last February, when an in
ternational furor arose over the
possibility of Israel establishing
a Jewish presence in the West
Bank Arab town of Hebron, that
they would not be able to defend
such a move in the U.S.
The Washington chapter
officers action preceded by one
week President Carter's ap-
pointment of Alfred Moses of
Washington, a national vice
president of the AJCommittee. as
his unpaid advisor on matters of
Jewish community concern
Contacted by the JTA, Moses
said, "I was not consulted and I
did not review it before my
appointment. It is solelv the
work of the local office."
The confidential draft Stated
that "As a general proposition.
American Jewish organizations-
should not meddle in what can be
appropriately regarded as the
internal affairs of the State of
Israel It should not. in par
ticular. attempt to second guess
Israel on what are purely issues
of defense.
"ON THE other hand, where
the government (of Israeli takes
steps which can profoundly affect
the future of the Jewish people.
we believe it to be appropriate for
American Jewish organizations
to state their views of these
steps This is particularly true
where policies liy the government
of Israel relate to international
affairs
The first of the six points of the
draft statement upholds United
Nations Security Council
Resolution 242 as the foun-
dation of Middle Fast peace "
The second point states: "We do
not believe that Israel should
incorporate within its borders the
predominently Arab areas of
Judaea. Samaria and the Gaza
districts "
The third point is: "We believe
that Jews have a legal and moral
right to make their homes in
Judaea and Samaria, acting as
individuals or as groups of in-
dividuals We reject as utterly
Vandalism at Cemetery
i
Three stones have been damaged and 47 turned over
in three separate incidents of vandalism at Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery, according to Jerome Rosokoff,
cemetery manager.
The incidents were first noticed after the Passover
holidays, said Rosokoff, and police now have a watch
order on the area
In the first incident, a tent was slashed and "looked
like it had been used for a trampoline. It's evidently
young kids," said Rosokoff. Another time trees were
uprooted.
The manager attributes the damage to "youthful
exuberance and no respect.' He said he doesn't feel the
incidents are anti Semitic
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disingenuous the protestations of
the international community
which closes its eyes to atrocities
committed across the globe but
violently opposes the action of a
handful of Jews who decide to
make their homes in Judaea and
Samaria We also consider some
of the statements made by our
State Department on this issue
legally and morally un-
supportable."
POINT rOUB states: Our
observations on the moral and
legal rights of .lews to settle in
Judaea and Samaria not-
withstanding, we deem it highly
unwise and contrary to the best
interests of the State of Israel for
the government of Israel to
encourage and foster such set-
tlements.
"We believe that the set-
tlements policy of the present
gowrnment of Israel has
provided propaganda am-
munition to those who wish
Israel ill. has as a result alienated
many persons who would
otherwise tend to be more
friendly to Israel, has resulted in
the squandering of limited
human and financial resources
and, by scattering points to be
defended in case of war. has been
harmful to the security of the
State of Israel."
The last two points of the draft
statement are that the Israel
Defense Force should remain in
the West Bank area until the
"final border arrangement" is
made, that "the indigenous Arab
population should be given the
maximum opportunity for self-
government compatible with
Israel's security" and that
Jerusalem "should remain un-
divided and a part of the State of
I srael."_________________
'Human Time
Bomb' Stopped
By El Al
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV I.JTA) A
human time bomb" was
prevented from boarding an Kl Al
Boeing 707 jet at Zurich Airport,
thereby foiling a terrorist plan to
blow up the plane in midair,
killing its 47 passengers and crew
meml>ers bound for Tel Aviv The
terrorist outrage was intended to
coincide with Israel's observance
of its 32nd anniversary of in-
dependence.
The plan was detected when a
26-year-old West German showed
signs of nervousness as he ap-
proached the El Al check-in
counter prior to boarding Flight
346 to Tel Aviv. This aroused the
suspicion of airline personnel.
THK MAN was subjected to a
thorough check, including an X-
ray which showed a bomb and
detonator tapaed to his body.
The detonator was attached to an
altimeter which would have
caused the bomb to explode when
the plane reached a certain
altitude.
The West German was
detained for questioning by the
Swiss police, and the lethal
device was exploded harmlessly
The police said later that his
indentity could not be im-
mediately established because his
passport was a forged one. The
man claimed that he had no idea
he was carrying a bomb.
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Nicaawr's Gate. By Eric A.
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IN A straightforward and well-
written retelling of this Jewish
tradition, Kimmel offers young
readers a lovely presentation of
the story of the most splendid
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wealth to be the gift of the Lord.
Nicanor loved the Lord with all
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Women in Elusive
Search for Sex Equality
j
Continued from Page 1-A
warned that the power of the rab-
binate in areas of marriage and
divorce mitigate against
democracy. "What makes (Ash-
kenazi Chief Kabbi Shlomo)
Goren's interpretations any
better than mine?" she asked the
audience "The only place for
imposed unity in a democracy is
in the army."
Tamar Avidar. Attache for
Women's Affairs of the Iraeli
Embassy, said that women's
issues were not among the top
priorities of the government of
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin. The 92-member Com-
mission on the Status of Women
appointed during the government
of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
examined all aspects of Israeli
life. It presented 241 recom-
mendations to the Knesset last
year, Avidar noted. The Begin
government, however, has yet to
take action on a single one of
them, she said.
This is but one indication of
the widespread belief that
women's issues are secondary to
"the better of the nation," ac-
cording to Yoella Harshefi,
author of the recently published
Behind the Gunsights. Women
activists are often told that their
criticism is ill-timed and could
only hurt Israel's public image,
she stated.
HARSHEFI, who declines to
call herself a feminist along with
many of the other Israeli par-
ticipants, disagrees. "To say
there is a wrong time to criticize
is a vote of non-confidence in
Israel," she said. "Israel must
not put up with anything that
opposes our rights as human
beings."
According to Bob, other
speakers at the conference noted
that among the obstacles to
equality and the growth of the
Israeli women's movement is
traditionalism of Middle Eastern
society, and the constant fear
among women that their
husbands, brothers and sons
might be killed The Declaration
of Principles, in this regard.
tated that "peace in the Middle
last will contribute to sexual
equality in Israel Jewish and
Arab women working together
can and should have an impact on
solving the conflict."
The Coalition for Women in
Israel was founded to support the
efforts of the Israeli women's
movement, to develop a support
system for North American olot
(women immigrants to Israel),
and to provide education about
the status of women in Israel.
Bob reported.
THESE GOALS will be ef
fee ted through the establishment
of liaison in Israel, the develop-
ment of a resource center, the
publication of a newsletter, and
the creation of local chugei
nashim (women's groups).
The organization will be head-
quartered in New York, and the
organizers of the conference
agreed to act as coordinators
until elections could be held. The
Israel Aliya Center and the North
American Aliya Movement have
been asked for organizational
assistance. Bob stated.
The conference was organized
by an ad hoc group of New York
feminist Zionists headed by
Donna Nevel, co-director of the
University Services Department
of the American Zionist Youth
Foundation. The conference was
held in cooperation with more
than 20 North American Jewish
organizations and institutions.
Peres Assured
Carter Knows Mideast Score
Continued from Page 1-A
mentum of peace in the Middle
East an area that is today
loaded with pressing and
dangerous issues. I am referring
to the Russian thrust, the future
of the Persian Gulf, the very
extreme religious streaks that
have emerged recently in some of
the countries."
Asked about Carter's views on
settlements and "full auton-
omy." Peres said. "The Begin
government all of us agree
with the Camp David language
on full autonomy. Autonomy is
less than independence and more
than the present situation. But
where exactly is the middle? It is
about this point that we are now
negotiating."
PERES WAS asked if Carter
is closer to Sadat than to Prime
Minister Menachem Begin on
autonomy. He replied. "If I
understood correctly what he
(Carter) told me. he is looking for
a middle way between the two
positions." Peres said Carter
stated four "basic points." He
said these were a united
Jerusalem; no Palestinian state;
no negotiations with the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization;
and keeping the "spirit" of the
Camp David agreements.
Asked by the Jewish Tele
graphic Agency if he had any
indication of the views of Carter
or others on sovereignty over all
of Jerusalem, he answered, "no."
The Israeli Labor Party leader
explained that "the majority" of
his party has "some differences"
with the Begin government about
the West Bank, "namely, that we
would like to see the Jordanians
coming in and partaking in the
negotiations on the Palestinian
issue and the West Bank so to
build a Jordanian-Palestinian
framework in which the Pales-
tinian issue can find its fair
solution in the future."
ASKED ABOUT Carters
response to this. Peres said, "He
was very interested in it." He
added, laughing. "I don't thiik
he became a member of the Labor
Party or Likud. I gathered from
him he is not taking part in
Israeli politics or vice versa."
Peres was questioned about
the view that "the Bible deeds
the occupied territories to the
Jews," an apparent reference by
the reporter to the views ex-
pressed to Begin here last week
by s group of Evangelical
Christian ministers supporting
Israel Peres said. "The Bible is a
document that deals with wider
issues than just territories. I
believe that Judaism is basically
a moral commitment based on a
homeland and that the Bible calls
for peace, no just for territory."
"There is no doubt." he added,
that we have the right on the
land. But we cannot deal just on
historical assumptions. We have
to look to the future and see how
to guarantee the Jewish charac-
ter of the State of Israel which is
not just a numerical commitment
but moral as well, and how to
make peace with our neighbors
There is nothing in the Bible that
forbids it."
ASKED IF the settlements
issue is making the peace process
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more difficult, Pens said, "I
don't think toe settlements as
such are the issue. It is the future
of the West Bank from which the
settlement policy results. We
have to decide the basic frame
work over the West Bank and
then the settlement issue will
become a matter of secondary
nature."
An aide to Peres told the JTA
that when Peres addressed an
Israel Bonds rally in Baltimore
the night before, he warned that
should a territorial compromise
be reached with new borders be
tween Israel and a "Jordanian
Palestinian state." Jewish settle
ments would be under foreign.
Jordanian sovereignty.
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Israel Braces for Diplomatic Pressure
Bj DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel bracing itself for a bout
0f diplomatic pressure over
recent violent incidents between
Maj Saad Haddad's Christian
militia ami allied Shi'ite villagers
m south U'banon and units of the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon IN IFI LI. especially its
Irish contingent
The Irish government has
I already launched a diplomatic
|imtiati\e on three separate
[planes designed to bring Israel to
lloosen its ties with the Haddad
nil it i.i which Ireland holds
sponsiM.- for the recent murder
two of its soldiers by Shi'ite
Safari
ISRAEL, for its part, has
Pmade il clear to the Insh
oxernment and to other in-
aated |rties that it does not
opo.s to weaken its support for
"dad who it considers a
cur:", asset because hia border
itnp bars Palestinian terrorist
nfiltrators and because of
srael s longstanding com-
lutm-nt to the Lebanese
hriatiana to prevent their
estruition by the Syrians, the
llleatine Liberation
Irgani/.nion or the indigenous
oalem ma iont v
I Prime Minister Menachem
fin made these points at
minting when he
to the ministers on his
with Irish Ambassador
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m ej ad to Begin
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Minister was to take up the
question at a meeting of the
European Economic Community
lEECl Council of Ministers, with
a view to achieving a concerted
BBC approach to Israel
t Ireland is also seeking a
conference, under UN aegis, of
the defense ministers of 10
countries which contribute troops
to UNIFIL These are Fiji.
Ghana. Ireland. Franee. Norway.
Holland. Nigeria. Nepal. Senegal
and Italy.
THIS three-pronged effort is
designed, according to Konan, to
achieve the short term goal of
greater safety for Irish and other
UNIFIL troops and the long-
term goal of enabling UNIFIL to
extend its area of control into the
enclaves" presently run by
Haddad
The Irish unit in concert with
UNIFIL has begun evacuating
four outposts situated within
Haddad-con trolled territory in an
effort to reduce tensions in the
area at least to a limited extent.
Irish soldiers manning these
positions were being replaced
today by Norwegians and others.
Konan says his government
believes Haddad is not effective
in stopping PLO incursions into
Israel while UNIFIL has had a
good record in this respect and
would be even more effective if it
did not have to worry itself about
Haddad's constant harassment
of its forces
ISRAEL'S POSITION and
there are no signs in Jerusalem
that this basic position is un-
dergoing review is that
Haddad has been effective in
preventing PLO incursions and
that UNIFILs record in this
respect is patchy at best. Israeli
sources point out that some 30 or
more Palestinian terrorist en-
campments are known to exist
within the UNIFIL-controlled
area.
Palestinians Gain Ground
In European Market
By EDWIN EYTAN
STRASBOURG UTAl -
The Palestinian National Council
has announced that ii will open a
permanent liaison bureau in
Strasbourg in cooperation with
the bureau ol the Parliamentar)
Vssociation tor Euro-Arab Co-
operation Members ol the
bureau, representing members
from most ol the nine European
I conomic t ommunity ill t i
member countries, havi been
meeting with the PLO
delegal ion
I his associat ion repn
some oi the members ol the
European Parliament which
organ ol the 1 I < fhe ('ouncil, a
separati bod) with an advisor)
status "iil\. represents I West
European states including the
nine II membt i a
IMF PALES1IM *NS and
the Hun,in oi tbi Parliamentary
Association lor Euro-Arab Co-
operation also decided to set up a
group in faVOf ol Arab Kuro|an
friendship and to take all necea
aar) steps to promote such a
polic)
The head ol the Palestinian
delegation, Khaled Hassan.
president ol the Palestinian
National Council's Foreign
Affairs Commission, reported])
drew up lor the Kuropean parlia-
mentarians a Bve-point PLO
peace plan which, he said, could
serve as a basis for negotiations.
It stutes that
Israel should withdraw from
all the territories occupied in 1967
which should Ik- handed over to a
United Nations representative
for a *> U) 12-month period;
During this period, a referen-
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PLO OFFICIALS in Pans and
Beirut confirmed that Hassan's
plan is the organization s official
policy They said that the plan
has been made known to the
foreign ministers of the four
major EEC member states and
will soon be presented to the
other five They did not name the
four countries to which the plan
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Kuropean diplomatic initiative
after the May 2ti target date for
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By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Mrs. Lillian Carter, President
Carter's mother, left Israel for
Egypt, ending a five-day visit,
her second to this country since
she attended Golda Meir's
funeral in 1978. After an escorted
lour of the Yad Vashem
Holocaust Memorial, Mrs. Carter
remarked that it would be good if
every American could visit the
site because people have so little
information on the Holocaust.
She also visited the Western
Wall where, according to custom,
she wrote a wish on a small piece
of paper and place it between the
ancient stones. She would not tell
what her wish was but said "it
was a good one."
REPORTERS accompanying
Mrs Carter asked if she would
want to meet Palestinians. She
replied. "I wouldn't be able to tell
between a Palestinian and an
Israeli, they are all so friendly
here."
Asked about her son, Billy
Carter's frequent anti-Israel
remarks, she replied. "Billy is
friendly, but he drinks too
much."
Mrs. Carter attended a
reception given in her honor by
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
and his wife. Aliza. and they
exchanged gifts. Begin presented
his guest with a leather-bound
Hebrew-English Bible, and Mrs.
Begin gave her an Israel-made
silver brooch
Mrs. Carter gave Begin a giant
blow-up photograph of himself.
Carter and President Anwar
Sadat at the Israeli-Egyptian
peace treaty signing ceremony.
The picture was signed by the
President, "With thanks and
admiration to my friend
Menachem Begin."
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NEW YORK -
Administration officials are care-
fully studying an article by
Shimon Pens in the current issue
of the prestigious periodical.
Foreign Affairs.
Titled "A Strategy for Peace in
the Middle East." Peres argues
that the issue of the West Bank
and the Gasa Strip can be settled
through step-by-step nego-
tiations with Jordan.
Peres, chairman of Israel's
Labor Party, stresses that the
Labor Party believes that
"within the framework of a peace
settlement, we would be prepared
to relinquish parts of the West
Bank on the condition that they
remain demilitarized: that no
foreign army ever again cross the
Jordan River and menace the
gates of Jerusalem, as happened
in 1948 and 1967: and that we
gain defensible borders to deter a
surprise attack on ua. as hap-
pened in 1973."
WHILE STRESSING that if
the Labor Party returns to office
it would be bound to any inter-
national commitments made by
the Likud government, Peres
doubts that the autonomy for
Palestinian Arabs on the West
Bank and Gaza now being nego-
tiated by Israel. Egypt and the
United States will be realized.
He claims that if the version of
autonomy proposed by Prime
Minister Menachem Begin ia
implemented. "Israel will change
from being a Jewish State into a
In national community"
If President Anwar Sadat's
version is implemented, it will
mean a Palestinian state. Peres
states, adding that such a state
"will continually menace both the
Jordanian kingdom and the
Begin Talks to Miami
Bond Leaders by Phone
Israel Prime Minister
Menachem Begin told Miami
Israel Bond leaders that an im
mediate infusion'' of large Israel
Bond loans would help bolster his
country s economic and peace
drives, according to Eric Salm.
Bonds Cash Mobilization
Chairman.
Speaking on a phone hookup
from Washington. DC. after
concluding two days of talks with
President Carter Begin pointed
to the very serious beginning'"
that had been made in regional
peace negotiations.
"UNDER THESE circum-
stances." he said, "we need an
immediate infusion of large Bond
loans to reinforce our economic
front
An indirect reference to
Israel s position at the nego-
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measures had already begun to
bear fruit in the form of an im-
provement in Israel's balance ot
trade and of a brake on the con
sumer price index
He said that economic
problems remained formidable in
view of the allocation of nearly
one-third of Israel s Gross
National Product for defense
Moreover, the yielding of the
Sinai oil fields under the peace
accord with Egypt meant soaring
energy costs Next year Israel
would probably have to spend
more than $2.2 billion for oil. he
said.
! IN CITING the issues of
Jerusalem, autonomy arrange-
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Begin defined the responsibility
of this generation as ensuring
"that our children will live in a
free Jewish country."
Addressing Miami leadership
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PERES ARGUES that instead
of negotiating on autonomy, the
Labor Party prefers negotiations
with Jordan based on United
Nations Security Council Reso-
lution 242 which could also in-
clude the participation of West
Bank Arabs. He believes these
negotiations should be conducted
on a step-by-step basis.
"The prospects of King
Hussein's involvement in the
negotiations are predicated on
active encouragement by the
United States. Saudi Arabia and
Egypt." he adds.
The scenario proposed by
Peres if there is no agreement on
autonomy by May 26 is to first
work out an autonomy agreement
in Gaza. "If autonomy is realized
in the Gaza Strip, it will enable
Egypt to claim that the nego-
tiations between itself and Israel
have gone beyond the purely
Egyptian-Israeli context,
relating now to the solution of the
Palestinian problem." he notes.
PERES SAYS if autonomy in
(iaza is successful, it could then
be used as a model for nego-
tiating autonomy in Judaea and
Samaria Hut flnl PefW would
have municipal elections held on
the Weal Hank "tacitly co-
ordinate! with Kinfj Hussein
Peres notes that thi> would
lead to the third step, negotiating
with Hussein which could be juat
between Israel and Jordan with
the l S participating or could
include Egypt and Weal Hank
Palestinians He says that para-
llel to this should be an under
standing between the I S .
Israel, Egypt and Saudi Arabia
s<> that Jordan would have Arab
and Western support.
I estimate today the con
ditions lor such an understanding
are better than ever before.
Peres concludes Jordan will not
be the first Arab state to reach a
peace Bgraetnsat with Israel,
since Egypt preceded it. nor will
Jordan have to agree to a new
base, for it can be done on the
basis of Resolution 242. Egypt
does not have the desire or
capacity to represent the
residents of Judaea. Samaria and
Gaza, and it is most likely that
Cairo would prefer that this be
done by the King and not by
(Yasirl Arafat (head of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization!"
IN ADDITION. Peres entire
article is predicated on the basis
that other moderate Arab leaders
will follow Sadat's example in
making peace with Israel because
of the threats to the Middle East
today from religious fanaticism,
as seen by the example of Iran,
and Soviet expansionism.
Jewish Legislators Still
Swell Liberal Ranks
Continued from Page 1 A
Zorinsky. each with 21 percent.
IN THE HOUSE, four of the
14 Congressmen achieving
perfect records in the ADA
scoring are Democrats Richard
(Hunger and Ted Weiss, both of
New York; Anthony Beilenson
(Calif) and Howard Wolpe
(Mich.I. In second place were
seven Congressmen with 95
percent. Of these, four are Jewish
Democrats Henry Waxman
(Calif.I. Sidney Yates(IU) and
Frederick Richmond and Stephen
Solan, both of New York.
The records of other Jewish
Congressmen are: Ken Kramer
(R.. Colo I. 5 percent; William
Lehman (D.. Fla.l. 89; Elliott
Levitas (!) Gal. 68: Abner
Mikva il) Ill), who retired in
September. 91: Dan Glickman
(1) Kens.I. 47: Gladys Spellman
ID.. Md i. 63: Lester Wolff (D..
N.Y.). 74: Benjamin Rosenthal
ID.. N.Y.I, 68; James Scheuer
(D N.Y.I, 84; Elizabeth
Holtzman (I)..S.Y.I. H4; Ben-
jamin Oilman (R.. N.Y.I, 53;
William Green (R N.Y.I. 68:
Willis Gradison IR. Ohio). 16;
Marc Marks |R.. Pa.I. 82; and
Martin Frost (I).. Tex I. 81
percent
01 the lL'T House meml>ers
about two-sevenths of the
chamber's total who voted
pro-ADA .; least two out of thrat
times. It. an' Jewish a factor
of about two thirds of their total
membership No Jewish member
v\ a> smong the 24 recorded in the
House having a lero record by
ADA's standards. Only five
voted less than half the time for
ADA points of view.
NO JEWISH Senator was
included among the 30 close
to s third of the Senate's mem-
bership whose record was less
than 21 percent by ADA
reckoning. Among the 19
domestic measures surveyed was
Metzenbaum's amendment to
increase budget authority in
fiscal year 1980. 1981 and 1982
for nutritional programs for older
Americans. His amendment was
approved 68-21
In the House. Kramer in-
troduced the amendment to allow
elected officials to veto VISTA
projects within Iheir jurisdic-
tions Kramer's amendment,
opposed by ADA. carried 229-
178 The ADA backed offered by
Weiss to reduce the fiscal year
1980 defense spending by tl
billion in budget authority and
$355 million in outlays and to
transfer those funds to selectd
human needs programs was
rejected 92-32 I
The ADA report noted that
Zorinsky supported the bipar-
tisan effort in the Seante to blink
restoration of L'.S military
training to Guatemala, while
Wolff held major hearing on
the continuing famine in
Indonesia related to opposition to
militar) aid to thai southeast
Vsian countrj which is warring
against I .i-t Timor The \I> \
supported both the Zorinsky end
\\ oilt act mn-
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TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel's military industry
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nf a member nation of the North At hint ie Treaty Alliance
(N \TO) which is presently in use by the armed forces of
ihat country as well as Israel, it was disclosed in the
Israeli military industry bulletin. The NATO country was
not named
DEPUTY DEFENSE Minister Mordechai Zipori
said in connection with the report that Israel's military
establishment is cooperating with a number of European
nations on ground-to-ground missiles of which the one
supplied to the NATO country is an example.
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Begin, Carter Talks
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(hum. Menachem Begin -
- with President Carter
lu ashinKton and the autonom)
th I g) |>I and the I S at
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Ini-i-: Mustapha Khulil ud
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stars devoted moel ol
%t ssion to Begin'i
| .."in visit li was learned
jtT than \griculture Minister
i SI iron accused Begin,
^rt-it'ti Minister Yitzhak Shamir
Interior Minister Yosei
lit ol I he Israeli
ttonorm negotiating tram, ol
i\ ing o\ erstepped t he Cabinet i
while they were in
hshington
SPECIFICALLY. Sharon
prged that they had no ri^ht to
ilpert: Russians
Probing Ether
".ni.iued from Page 4-A
rVh other by radio-phone be-
?een Haifa and Kilat.
imetimes punctuate their
l^i'il. friendly conversation
1 fen Russian words and
lraaiis, just to given a kick to
Kussiana listening in
repeat, there's no secret
'"t it all. but still it gives one a
P' l'> feeling to know that a
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kinj{ a cassette of our voices.
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discuss the question ol water
n^'ht- on the West Hank under
the autonom) scheme or to agree
to the creation ol b continuing
committee' which is to take up
issues thai are unresolved after
general agreement on autonomy
i- reached
Begin replied that he had made
no concessions He said bis talks
m Washington were useful and
expressed hope thai President
\nwat Sadat would adopt a
positive position toward some ol
the ideas he raised in his talks
with Carter
l be Cabinet did nol take up
Defense Minister Ezer Wei/
man i controversial television
interview in which he said he
favored earl) elections and took
issue with the Likud government
policies while Hegin was in
Washington Weutman had been
expected to come under bitter
attack b) some ol his fellow
ministers but Begin apparently
passed the word that he did not
want to lone Wei/man to resign.
CHIEF OF Staff (ien Raphael
Kvtan briefed the ministers on
Israels commando raid on a
terrorist training baas m south
Lebanon He said it was very
successful" and prevented a
massive terrorist assault on
Israel that had bean planned for
Independence Day
Wci/.man and Shamir briefed
the Cabinet on the situation
arising from the killing of two
Irish soldiers attached to the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon I I'M KII.I They were
reportedly slain in a revenge
killing 'by Shi ite Moslem
villagers but blame has been
placed on Ma) Saad Haddad's
Christian militw which recently
clashed with Irish troops.
Israel supplies Haddad with
weapons and money Weizrnan
said armv officers have been
instructed' to do their best to
persuade Haddad to restrain his
militiamen and not attack any
UNIFIL contingents I abinet
Secretary Arye Naortold
reporters later that Israel did not
control south Lebanon and could
not apply force on Haddad.
THE CABINET had planned
to meet again to discuss the legal
status of Jewish settlements on
the West Hank That session was
post poned at the request of the
Liberal Part* and Democratic;
Movement ministers who argued,
that it would only dramat./e the
settlements issue and amuse a
negative reaction abroad.
Leo Mind I in
We Lost More Than Soldiers
Continued from Page 4-A

ment never discouraged them in
this before.
But it is not understandable
reckoned in terms that the Cuban
community, after all these years,
remains Cuban first an out-
come predicted by many who
have been long documenting its
highhanded cultural swash-
buckling and long been warning
against the recreation of a
Quebec-Canada struggle into a
Cuba America struggle trans
planted onto the now mythic
sands of South Florida
For me personally, there is an
added wrinkle in all this
Cuba's refusal to accept a boat
load of Jewish refugees fleeing
from Nazi oppression during the
Hitler era The United States, of
course, refused to accept them
too
Hut the Cubans, who these
da) are so full of the ideological
platitudes about political op-
pression, must now begin to
reckon with a stiffening
American policy that in the
tuture will force their countrymen
tO seek refuge On other shores. Bfl
well
Where were their platitude- 10
\ ears ago'1 .
GENERALLY -peaking. I am
an admirer ol the Los
I mi columnist, Joseph Sobran.
Hut the other day, he wrote an
absolutely scurrilous obituary on
the passing ol Jean-Paul Sartre
that shows either prejudice or
ignorance ol the distinguished
French philosopher teachings
or both
Sobran says ol Sartre that his
mordant view of human life
always -truck me as unnatural
and even artifical there is .
such as thing as false
pessimism
\d.i- Sobran Only the 20th
Century produced so repulsive a
pedant as Sartre Thereupon, he
attack- Sartre's lifelong affil-
iations with various branches ol
Marxism, declaring that like SO
main other intellectuals, he
spent half his time signing
prot.-ts against things he had
helped produce.''
THAT'S A neat old trick,
calling someone you hate a Com-
munist even if it isn't true and
then giving him the coup de grace
by characterizing him as an intel-
lectual. Of course, everyone
knows what intellectuals are.
including the very intellectual
Joe Sobran they're all pink-
nik radiclibs.' as Alabama's
former Oov, tieorge Wallace used
to declare them to be.
Sartre was an existentialist,
and for those unschooled in
philosophy, existentialism equals
pessimism just as. for the un-
schooled in Freud, libido equals
sex. Why that is. 1 don't know:
they are common miscon-
ceptions, common forms of
ignorance
Or maybe I do know, at least
so far as Joe Sobran himself is
concerned. There are two major
institutions of thought that have
misconstrued Sartre's meaning if
only to assure their own survival:
the Catholic Church, whose
attacks upon Sartre remind me of
the nasty cynicism in Sobran's
appellation of Sartre as a
repulsive pedant.
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And then, of course, there are
the Muscovites themselves, who
joined the Catholics in a strange
wedding of malevolence to reject
Sartre because his work under-
cuts the authority of monolithic
Marxism in practice.
IN FACT. Sartre was a
supreme optimist. To begin with,
he was an atheist, and it takes
huge quantities of optimism to
survive a lifetime in an absure
universe w n hout a belief in God.
Second. Sartre placed man
himself in the role of Cod.
teaching that each of us is our
own (iod in the sense that we are
saddled with the burden of
creating ourselves This is what
freedom means the right to
make of ourselves what we will in
a process ol -ell confrontation
during which we analyze our
essence and finally create our-
selves in our own image
'Third, this creative process can
not go on without the primary
awareness in us of a respon-
sibility to others, as well a- to
ourselves We can not create hap-
hazardly, but only in unison with
our duty to what Sartre called
Othi a -t range I am my
brother's keeper" attitude lor an
atheist to adopt a- a primary
principle ol action
\liove all. Sartre wanted us to
know that men mu-t never
succumb in their perception ol
themsel* es to t he views ol others
who have preconceived per
option- ol them that ihev seek
to impose upon mankind
wholesale
HENCE, and tin- i- probabl)
where he is at his most contro-
versial from a ritualistic point of
view, it is necessary for the dig-
nify of mankind that God not
exist, since God makes children
of men who readily submit to
doctrines issued from on high:
whereas free men. if they are
truly free, must make their own
doctrines by which to live.
This holds true for any God.
religious or economic, such as the
gods that the Marxists have to
offer.
This is pessimism'.' On the con-
trary, it is optimism in the
highest sense in the sense of
adoring the free Nietzschean
spirit. There is no wonder then
that the Catholic Church at-
tacked him he would have put
them out of business. Or that the
Marxists reviled him as
dangerous Sartre demanded
that each of us seek out our free
Spirit and act upon it. a bourgeois
notion that Marxism can not
tolerate in a regimented pro-
letarian society where such
blatant individualism is punished
a- decadent.
WHAT IS it that Joe Sobran
was talking about in his attack
on Sartre' Who knows other
than that his words came trom
the mouth ol a puppet, and
Sartre above all would be pained
b) BUCh -lavish doctrinal non-
sense in so lar as it demonstrates
the inauthentic personality, the
man encumbered by the dogmas
ol others, of those who find
personal human freedom
abhorrent
Sartre a repulsive pessimistic
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1080*
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-Dade Count\. Florida
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I*>uR Beller Esquire
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CIVN Action No. 10 5141 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
. OF MARRIAGE
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\NOBL FRAGA.
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CELIAS fraga
Kaapondent Wife
Tl > Orlia S Fraga
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De.de County, Florida
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May 2. 1980
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MARIA CRISTINA
CASTRO.
PeUUoner Wife,
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Respondent Husband
TO ARNALDO CASTRO
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Puerto Cortes. Honduras
YOC ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage hat
been filed against you and you
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08755 April 18. 3D
May 3. 0. 1080
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
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IN RE The marriage of
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IR1SV HERNANDEZ
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HERNANDEZ
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P 0 Box 898
Arroyo.
Puerto Rico 00815
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It on MARVIN I MOSS, PA
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16 day of May. 1980, and file th
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WITNESS my hand and the
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tlerk. Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
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08728 April 11. 18. 25.
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INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
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CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
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ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK The marriage of
ANA AMELIA
VOLANDA ADAMS
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and
ROBERTH ADAMS
Respondent Husband
To Mr Robert H
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c o Edith Adams
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OSTM May 2 9. 16.23, 1980
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April. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Kionda
By A D WADE
At Deputy Clerk
DAVIDS BERGER. Esquire
009 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Kla 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
08737 Apnl is M
May 2. 9. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No MMI? FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
LUTHER El.< iNI/O PARKER
PeUUoner
and BEATRICE KELLY.
Respondent
TO BEATRICE KEIJ.Y.
residence unknown
YOU ARK HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution ol Marnagr has
been filed against you and you
,ii. required lo serve a copy (
your written defenses, if any, lo
It on BENNETT D FULTZ.
t) foi Petitioner whose
addrett u >;ih sw i3Ui Avenue
Miami F and file the
original with the crerk of the
al>ov e ttj led i ourt on or before
kla) l- 10"". otherwise a
11, fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISH Kl.oRllHAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 14th day of
Apnl I9wi
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I >adeCount). Florida
Bj CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
11-740 April 18 25
May 2. 9 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
FIR3T CAPITAL COM
PAN1ES at number :<1V3
Ponce de I.con Blvd in the
Cilv of Coral Gables. Florida,
intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Coral Gables.
Florida, this 31 day of March.
1080
FIRST CAPITAL
UN ANC1AL CORPORATION
FIRSTCAPITAL
REAL ESTATE
CORPORATION
KlH INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
KIRST CAPITAL
PROPERTIES
CORPORATION
FIRSTCAPITAL REALTY
SERVICES CORPORATION
BySethS Wemer
President
Attorney for Applicant
Mr JoeIR
LeMiie. Esquire
3105 Ponce de Leon
Boulevard
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
08746 Apnl 18. 25,
____________________May 2.0. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
TERRACE APARTMENTS at
number 600 620 NE 22nd
Terrace, in the City of Miami.
Florida intend! to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Flonda
Datedal Miami Florida, this
18th da) of April 1980
Gerard M Schocken. Trustee
Joel Levine. Trustee
Norman I Gaslowltz.
Trustee
Attorney for Applicant
JoeIR Irvine. Esquire
3105 Ponce de lon Blvd
Miami Fl 33137
OK752 Apnl 1- M I
May 2. 0 1080
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number (0-1)47
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
BENJAMIN STONE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of BENJAMIN STONE,
deceased. File Number 80-3347.
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address
of which is 73 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Florida Trie
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the personal representative
attorney are set forth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
claims against the estate and
(2i any objection by an in
terested person lo whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representaUve. venue, or Juris
dlcUon of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this NoUce hat
begun on May 2. 1930
Personal RepresentaUve
Gertrude Ma I in
439 Beach 137th Street
Belle Harbor, N Y llt*4
Attorney for Personal
RepresentaUve.
HAYS ORUNDWERG
Suite 900
31 SE First Avenue
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone 305 171-4419
I**783 May 2 9.1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 80-Slt* Div. S
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE VOOEL.
Plaintiff
vs
BO \RI> oe COUNTY com
MISS ION ERS PRANK BY
STROM as Acting Dade
I'ounH Propertv Appraiser
and RICHARD P BRINKER
H Clerk of the Circuit Court
and
RALPH BURWICK,
I lelendanti
VOI RALPH BURWICK.
residence unknown. are
required to file your answer to
the 1 mop ami for cancellation
and rescission of a lax deed
with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney.
Herman Cohen. Esq 632 SW
1st Street. Miami. Fla 33130.
on or before May 16. 1080, or
else petition will be confessed
Dated April 11. 1980
RuhardP Drinker
Clerk Circuil Court
B> L C Bedasse
Deputy Clerk
08741 April 18. 35.
May 2. 9. 1080
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Cats No 99 SJ43FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR ADOPTION
IN RE
In the matter of
the Adoption of
MALEHAMANN,
A Minor
TO DIANE LENOX
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a PetlUon for Adop
tlon has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
if any, to It on Kwltney. Kroop
k Schelnberg. P A attorney
for Petitioner, whoae address Is
430 Lincoln Road. Suite 513.
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 33. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the petition
Thli noUce shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weekt In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 11 day of April.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
At Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal)
Bruce J Schelnberg. Esq
Kwltney, Kroop
A Schelnberg, P.A.
420 Lincoln Road Suite 512
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
0*1** April 18. 35,
______ May 3, 9. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA,
IN ANDFOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 80 S48JFC
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE THE MARRIAGEOF
Cj ril Gumba.
Petitioner.
and
Alberta Gumbs.
Respondent
TO ALBERTA GUMBS
Residence unkown
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a petlUon for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w rilten defenses. If any. to it on
JOHN E MCHUGH. JR. at
torney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 NW 7th St No
120. Miami. Flortda 33125 and
file the original with the clerk
of trie above styled court on or
before May 23. 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
ttcuUve weeks In the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN newspaper
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Kionda on this lftth day of
April. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court ,
Dade County. Florida
By DEBORAHG HESS
As Deputv Oerk
JOHN E MCHUGH JR
1513 NW 7th St No 130
Miami Flonda 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
08758 Apnl 18 25
May 2. 9. 1980
INTHECIRCUli COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
Cue No 10 5061 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
JOSEPH THOMAS
ROMANO
Petitioner
and
SOEORRO ROMANO
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO SOEORRO ROMANO
Residence Unknown
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
w ritlen defenses if any to It on
B II BRODY attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
H nk 1*7 BT N.M.B Kla
33163, on or before May 16. 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service 1*1 Petitioner or im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
ikHIIRnifctn in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on Apnl 7
10x1
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clartnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08728 April 11 18. 25.
Mai.'. urn.
-----------NOTICf OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-49*4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Themarnageof
MARGARITA DE LA
CRUZ DRAMAS
PeUUoner Wife
and
PEDRO ALEXIO
DRAMAS
Respondent Husband
TO PEDRO ALEXIO
DRAMAS
Avenlda39No 3004
La Salud.
Habana. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage hat
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
II on A KOSS, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, P A attorney for
PeUUoner. whose address It
101 NW 13th Avenue. Miami
Florida 33138. and file the
original with the clerk ot the
above styled court on or before
May 9. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petlUon
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of tald court at Miami,
Flortda on thlt 4th day of April.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
At Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Flortda
By Clartnda Brown
At Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
A KOSS. ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33138
Tel 13061 33S-8M4
Attorney for PeUUoner
08728 April 11. 13.28
----------------------------------May 2, 1990
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTV)
IN THECIRCUIT
COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 8OSS30FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Themarrtageof
ELBA NTDIA LOPEZ
Petitioner
RAFAELANTONIO
I.OPE/
Respondent
TO RAFAEL ANTONIO
LOPEZ
Residence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
El ED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any. to
it on MILTON C GOODMAN
attorney for PeUUoner. whoae
address Is Suite 530. Blscayne
Building. 19 West Flagier
Street Miami. Florida 33130
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before May 33. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered agalntt you for the
relief demanded In the com
plajtktor petition
m
^1 notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and Ihe
seal of tald court at Miami.
Klorlda on this 15 day of April.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
ByM J Hartnett
At Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seali
Milton C Goodman
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 52Hiscayne Building
19 West Flagier Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
08754 Apnl 18 23.
_____________________May 3,9,1930
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE htm JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Ct-e No 90 4JJ' FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The marnage of
EBPERANZA BENIAVIDES
Petitioner
and
OMARBENAVIDE9
Respondent
TO OMARHENAVIDES
TrasversaJ 23
No 54 26
BogotaColumbia
Y01 IRE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
Of Marriage has been filed
agalntl you and you Alt hereby
required lo asrve a copy of youi
.in.a.r 01 niher pleading to the
Petition on the Petitioner I
attorney. HARVEY l>
ROGERS whose address is
1401 NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
Kionda 33138 and file the
original with the Clerk of the
abo% I s|> led Court on or before
tins MUl da) ol May 10"" or a
11. fault will he entered against
V ml
DATED this Uth day of
\pi ll 1080
RUHARDP BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
B) Clarinda Brown
I put) Clerk
is-741 Apnl l 25
May 2 9 1980
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 90 324
Di.uion CP03
IN RE ESTATE OF
MILTA GARCIA
a k a MILTA M
GARCIA.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estale of MILTA GARCIA, de
ceased. File Number 80-S39. is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Dade County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address ot which
is 73 W Flagier Street. Miami.
Flortda 33131 The name and
address of the personal
representative and of the
personal representative s
attorney are sel forth below.
All interested persona are
required to file with the Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
KIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE 111 all claims
against the estate and (3) any
objections by an interested
person to whom notice was
mailed that challenge! the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue or Juris-
diction of the Court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this notice of admlnis
tratlon May 2.1980
MIRTARAMER
Personal Representative
R R No 3 Box 240
Muscatlne. Iowa 527t 1
Attorney for Personal
Representative
JAMESR
SLOTO. ESQUIRE
Crlstol Mishan
21 NE First Avenue
Miami, Flortda33131
Telephone 13081 379- 1TB3
18788 May 2.8. 1980


ance Exit Opens Way for Hardliners
( o.itirufd from Page 1-A
,n in that urea, and Zbigniew Brzi-zinski. the
hOt's Natk-nal Security Adviser, who has con-
Iv taki n i tougher position toward Israel than
w ill dint inue to advise the President
frlE OVERALL consensus among observers
that President Carter maintains close super-
over Middle Eastern affairs and that he will
kue his present course with respect to the
bmv negotiations between Egypt and Israel
teCamp David formula for a settlement.
Lzezinski 's understood to have urged stronger
L.s than Vance to bring about concessions
[Israel to quicken the pace toward a com-
fcive agreement in the Middle Bast. Vance's
[ S Middle East strategy was seen to have
deteriorating- He was regarded as the rep-
tive of the White House policy, not its
r
IlTHOCGH VANCE accepted responsibility.
appearance before the Senate and House, for
nil up- that led to the U.S. vote for the U.S.
>r th United Nations Security Council's anti-
resolulion last Mar. 1. members of both
[ Congress indicated that the true respon-
lay with the Whits House, not with Vance.
knee .1!-" was credited with having (lone more
Tn\ other adviser to the President in helping
|hiev< the Camp David agreements
f 1 cordial working relationship with
- of the Israeli Government here and
L-adci the American Jewish community.
Ithou presented the administration's
in,- on such matters as the inadmissability oi
I pi all of Jerusalem, the settlements
111 i\ it ies in Sout h Lebanon
\KKI \ CHRISTOPHER, for hi- part, has
1 iniimateT\ associated with Middle East
concentrated on other foreign policy
- \ urried the burden <>t responsibility
Middh East. Nevertheless, Christopher did
principal role in the showdown in the Senate
when he testified on behalf <>t the
I ition's proposal to sell F-15 warplanes to
Arabia a- part of a military assistance package
lael ami Egypt.
f\ his letter oi resignation to the President,
Apr well before the at>orti\ e rescue mission
Zbignieu Brtezinski
in Iran took place. Vance listed the Camp David
accords and the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty as the
principal foreign policy achievements under
President Carter's leadership. Carter accpeted his
resignation Monday morning, but did so coldly. His
letter to Vance was addressed not to "My Dear
Secretary." the usual salutation in such cases, but to
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance."" He accepted the
resignation with "regret."
IN HIS relationship with the Jewish com-
munity. Vance took the unusual step, during his first
year in office, ol inviting members of the-American
Jewish press to meet with him at the State Depart-
ment to discus- U.S.-Israeli relations. He was ac-
cessible to members of the American Jewish com-
munity, eithn in groups or as individuals, and
directed his subordinates to act likewise.
< )n such matters a- Soviet Jewry, Vance was
consistently supportive diplomatically, ami
appearances before Congress. At one point, Eugi ne
(Ifild. former chairman ol the National Conference
S .iel Jewry, said the State Department could 1
In am more than it was doing on behall ol Soviet
lews
HODDING CARTER, the State Department's
hut spokesman and a close friend of Vance, was
tsked !>> the Jewish Telegraphic Agency what
impact Vance's resignation will have on foreign
polic) matters generally and on the Arab-Israeli
situal ion in particular.
He replied. "My own strong sense is that the
main currents of policy in every area will be the
same."
Israel Saddened
By Vance's
Resignation
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Political sources in Jerusalem
described Cyrus Vance Monday
as a decent man. who un-
derstood Israel's situation."
Although there is hardly an effort
to minimize the differences of
opinion which occurred often
with the secretary of state during
the long and winding road of the
peace and autonomy
negotiations. the Israelis
remembered Monday the
patience and fairness which
characterized Vance's treatment
of Israel
Word of Vance's resignation
was received here with little
surprise Israeli officials were
await) of Vance's inclination not
to continue in office The general
reaction here was of regret. Prime
Minister Mt'nachem liegin and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
were expected to issue official
reactions later Monday. One of
the most enthusiastic speeches in
favor "i Vance .is given b)
Prime Minister Begin at the
dmner celebrating the signing ol
t he peace t reaty List \ eai
ALTHOUGH ISRAELI
experts on the t s related the
latest security council resolution
lemning Israeli settlements
in Hebron and Jerusalem ami the
I S vote in support oi it to
Cyrus Vance, the) noted that
there was no indication t hat ol her
\merican statesmen would have
.i differently
The contacts between Vance
anil Israel go back to the 1960s,
when Vance served as I rider
secretary ol Defense He was
direct!} involved with the supply
ot the Skvhawk warplanes to
Israel. and prepared the
background to the supply ot the
more sophisticated phantoms in
the earlv I970's
LAST, LUXURY RENTAL APARTMENTS.
STRICTLY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS.
Is, Of Any Kind,
fcarce.
Ittcr how old you arc or
|iuch money you have,
we very few apartments
H anywhere in South
p. Many of those that
he rentals are being
ted to condominiums.
Nit. the better rental
pents usually have a
list.
[nil if you're over 62
fow special needs attrib-
Page, its even worse.
Just For
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fw ci >mes Carlyle ()n
py.a brand new building
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h that's walking dia-
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at this stage of vour life.
A Little Bit Of Help
Goes A Long Way.
While every one ot the Carlyle's
one bedroom and efficiency
apartments has a full kitchen,
live here and you'll enjoy the
carefree convenience of having
lunch and dinner served to
you daily in our bright and
cheerful dining room overlook-
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And That's Not All.
( )ther special services you're
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Bay: Heavy housekeeping
once a week; regularly
scheduled transportation for
shopping, banking, etc.; on-
premise licensed nurse 24
hours a day; Medical Director
available for consultation;
round-the-clock doormen; a
security system that includes
two emergency buzzers in
every' apartment; a social
director and an ongoing range
of social activities.
But There's One Thing
You Don't Get.
Unlike other senior citizen
facilities, there is no admission
fee here.
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Brosh to be Grand Marshal
Of Salute to Israel Parade
_wmio' /vi Brosh. the Israeli represen
tfEeVfi* Mlnhtty of Information, will be
lSTm-r-hal of the North Dade Salute to
S to be held on Sunday. May 4. from
a.mt. -"Pm.
, naraci. i* lM>inK jointly sponsored by the
1 fcoenc) for Jewish Education, the
1 .' Russell Jewish Community Center.
Adath Veahumn, Temple Sinai of North
Centura Jewiah Center. Shaaray Teffilah
ig,iv.. and the Young Israel of Greater
over IB marching groups com-
mi people as marchers in the
"2 ']>, M ill alto be five decorated floats, as
' '., ,,ther decorated vehicles par
Carina in l rnweh. Adding to the festivities
.' ihi hing Hand of the North Miami
' l se, h School, and the Miami Mum
". Vm Irawtd in full regalia.
fuAPCHING groups will include the Religious
!' .groups of the various spon
,r na in addition to United Syna-
d Vung Judea. the Jewish Defense
I] ,1,-u, Koa. : I '/ion ithe Alumni of the High
I ,ml. the Chosen Children.
I ^ The Miami Fin' Depart
L'n; a truck as part of the parade
I : has agreed to have on. .>f its
| at.
tain the marchers from 10th
I : Street east <>n Miami Gardens
... nue; north <>n Uth Avenue to
,.,-t ..n 191st Street to isth
Avenue, south on 18th Avenue to Miami Gardens
Drive; and from Miami Gardens Drive to the
large triangular piece of land between 18th and
19th Avenue for the program.
Highlighting the program will be hrief remarks
from Ambassador Zvi Brosh. as well as the
reading of proclamations from Mayor Steve
(lark, Commissioner Barry Schreiber. Mayor
Howard Neu and Mayor Arthur Snyder. Leading
the community singing will be Sam Alpert. the
shliach representing the Central Agency for
Jewiah Kducation. Singing a number of selections
from their repertoire will be the Chosen Children.
led by Bud Breidbart.
Chairmen of the North Dade Salute to Israel
Parade is Phil Kates. Co-coordinators are Norman
Pollack, executive director of Adath Yeshurun;
and Mrs Barbara Ramsey, executive director of
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
INSTRUMENTAL in securing the presence off
\mbaaaador Z\ i Brosh was Sam Topf. who is
very active in numerous Jewish community
activities, including the American Technion
Sooet v
Numerous hanks and financial institutions, as
w.ll as businesses have lent their financia
support to the parade, and will be acknowledged
it the program Following the parade
Spectators are welcome to line the streets and
la share and cheer in celebrating the '12nd
Anniversar) ol the State of Israel The theme of
the Parade is Israel The Heart of Our People."
For more information contact Norman Pollack or
Mrs Barbara Ramsej
Carter Chooses Muskie
Edmund Muskie, 66-year-old senator from Maine, was
named h\ President Carter on Tuesday to succeed Cyrus
Vance as Secretary of State. In announcing the choict
Carter cited Muskie's long Senate tenure and his "inter-
national reputation." Muskie has been in the Senate for 21
years, for one-third of that time on the Foreign Relations
Committee For related reports, see Page I-A.
Challenge to Jewish Survival
Topic of Women's Retreat
.The Physit ins Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federal I mbined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Wampn cocktail reception in honor of Shimon I'eres.
s l.ahor Party, on Tuesday, April 22, at the
Omni // f( S'Aou-n 'left to right! are Dr. Eugene C Bloom,
\chairman ., Physicians Division, Shimon Peres, and Dr.
honorary chairman of the division
Itonu* second from left). South Florida businessman.
Has honored with the Harold B. Bos worth Memorial Award for
rttstanding Jewish communal service at the Greater Miami
Wnsh Federation's Mercantile Division Dinner last week. The
held on behalf of Federation's I960 Combined
'" App, al-lsrael Emergency Fund campaign. On hand for
, Presentation of the award were Mrs Luna ilcftl; William
Wen kenter), Mercantile Division chairman: guest speaker
Pinion Peres, leader of Israers Labor Party, and Dai id
rn"v- "'"" rco-chairman.
hited Synagogue Southern Council
B'on.
emplc Zkm was to host tht
hLinir',inK of the Southern
punolol the Southeast Region.
^Synagogue of America.
agenda was to include
ns on the many facets of the
including a report from
'"uth Commission bv
f' ohen and a report from
rl n ,tlun Commission bv
"Jail Raltuch. Plans for the
*"' Region Biennial
M;n""<> in Orlando. Oct 30-
"** to he presented
2 '-'lchuk. Southern
" "ice president, arranged
for a special workshop dealing
with membership recruitment
and retention
Rabbi Norman Shapiro of
Temple Zion gave an invocation
Frank Kreutzer and Mori
Grebelskv \ ice presidents of the
Southeast Region, wen' in at-
tendance
International Challenges to
.Jewish Survi\ al" a ill be the topi.
presentedb) Prol IrwinCotlerof
McGill l niversity at the fifth
annual Women's Divieion
Retreat of the (Ireater Miami
Jewish Federation on Wed
needay, May 28.
The public is invited to attend
the lecture which begins at 8 p.m.
the Konover Hotel Chairing the
lecture program which is part of
the tWO-da) retreat for Women's
Division board and committee
members, is Kathie Grossman.
The retreat is being planned
under the c<> chairmanship of
Ellen Mandler and Kathie
Grossman, with the assistance of
Charlotte Held, vice president for
leadership development of the
\\ omen's Division.
Prot Cotler is a former special
Mizrachi
Women
I he Florida Council of
American Mizrachi Women will
have its annual donor luncheon
on Monday. Ma> 5, at noon at
Temple Fmanu-FI. Miami Beach
Over 22 chapters will be
represented with about 300
members attending, from various
parts of the state Bea Young,
national vice president, will be
chairperson of this event
Some of the local chapters
attending include. Hadar.
Shoshana. Shalom, thai. Aviva-
Kineret, Miami Beach Hatikvah
and Geula.
Admission is by invitation
only
Kadimah Hadassah
Kadimah Hadassah meets at
the Singapore Hotel on Monday.
May 5 at noon A book review on
Raquela will I*- given by l-eona
Meiael. Dr. Eugene 1-abov.t/.
rabbi of Temple Ner Tamid. will
install the officers for the coming
year
advisor to Canada's Minister of
Justice and Attorney General.He
currently serves as a national
chairman of Canadian Professors
lor Peace in the Middle East He
ts also chairman ot the Com-
misionon Economic Coercion and
discrimination (a commission of
inquiry into the Arab boycott in
Canada I
AS ONE of Canada's leading
human rights activists. Prof.
Cotler is the first Canadian
recipient of the Killan Memorial
Fellowship for Contribution to
Human Rights He serves as
legal counsel for Soviet Prisoners
of Conscience, including Anatoly
Sharansky, Ida Nudel and
\ ladimir Slepak, and he is the
author ol works on human right-
law poverty law and con
stmmonal law. Prof. Cotler has
been a leader ol academic study
missions to the Middle East and
was a lecturer at the Al Ahran
Institute of Political and
strategic Studies in Cairo. Egypt
He maintains visiting professor
status at Hebrew University of
Jerusalem
Reservations may be obtained
by calling the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's
Division office.
Attending the Woman of the Year luncheon, honoring Mrs.
Harry- iSonja) Zuckerman, given by the Greater Miami
Women's Division, American Friends of the Hebrew
University, at the April 10 luncheon at the Eden Roc Hotel,
uere the following: (From left to right) Rose Creenberg.
founder of Hebrew University and Wall of Life benefactor;
Molly Brenner: Bertha Goldberg, founder of Hebrew
University: Molly Adler; Fvelyn Stieber, founder of Hebrew
I 'niversity and wife of Fit rida State chairman of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University. Otto Stieber; and Rhona
Miller, major benefactor of the Salant Wing in the School of
Law at the Hebrew I 'niversity.
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.rida Friday. May 2. 1980
SECTION B

Enjoying the company of the national president of Pioneer
Women, Mrs. Frieda Leemon. at the annual donor luncheon of
Pioneer Women held recently at the Omni International Hotel
are these officers of the South Florida Council of Pioneer
Women, from the left. Lillian Davis, social secretary; Margot
Berg thai, treasurer; Mrs. Leemon; Bertha Liebmann. vice
president, and Oisela Gutter, vice president Mrs Leemon of
Detroit was the featured speaker.


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in Nashville, Tenn,, where National Council of Jewish Women Leaders from 10 Southern United
States conferred. The Miami delegation included, from left, Myra Farr, GMS board of directors,
honorary national board member; Matilda Litwin, president of Bay Harbor Division; Mindy
Finkelman, president, Kendall Evening Division; Sue Horowitz, incoming section vice
president; Louise Stu bins, GMS president; Rosemary Chait, incoming section program chair;
and Anna Mae Ross, co-chair, Florida State Public Affairs Committee.
Conner Leads Temple Zion
On April 22, at the annual'
congregational meeting of
Temple Zion. Atty. Gary F
Canner was re-elected for his
second year as president.
Canner, former Municipal
Court judge, juris doctor
graduate of the University of
Miami Law School, graduated
from FSU with a BA degree and
received an A A degree in the first
graduating class from Miami
Da de Junior College.
Canner has served Temple Zion
on the executive board as
recording and legal secretary and
past president of the Theatre
Guild. A regular member of
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Klected with Canner to serve
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Travelers
Checks
Discontinued
The State of Israel has
i discontinued the issuance of
i Travelers Checks when
I Israel Bonds are surrendered
in Israel.
In order for tourists to
now avoid paying the 12
percent value added tax on
hotel bills, it will be
necessary to exchange bonds
for Israel Shekels and then,
in turn, have the Shekels
exchanged for American
dollars. The fee to do this is
approximately 2 percent.
Previously, many tourists
used Travelers Checks.
issued for surrendered
bonds, to pay their bills but
now the 12 percent value
added tax will be imposed
unless the hotel bill is paid in
American dollars
AJC Wise
Chapter to Meet
The Justin Louise Wise
chapter of the American Jewish
Congress will meet on Thursday.
May 8 at noon at the American
Savings Bank on Alton Road and
Lincoln
The convention report will be
given by Mrs. Sylvia K Zeffer.
assistant director of the
American Jewish Congress
Fk>rida regent Mrs Zeffer was
the former membership vice
president of the Beth Torah
Congregation, a position held by
onlv one other woman
Auxiliary to Meet
New officers of Mount Sinai
Medical Center's Auxiliary will
be installed at the groups annual
luncheon on Friday. May 2. at
the Deauville Hotel. Tickets are
on sale in the auxiliary office in
the Warner Building.
Lag B'Omer Parade
Set This Weekend
Religious schools and congregations throughout the South
ida art* will mark the festival of Lag B'Omer this weekend
Florida
''wkend.
On Sunday. May 4. hundreds of Jewish boys and girls fro
the various day schools and youth groups will participate in0
parade, sponsored by Chabad House. Among participants will
be a large number of recently arrived Russian Jewish children
Chartered buses will bring the participants from the Tartm
pick-up points throughout the Miami area, to the starting pom
at Washington Avenue and 17th Street in Miami Beach
The theme of the parade is '' Saluting J udaism.''
The parade will begin at 10 a.m. at the corner J
Washington and 17th. They will parade along Washington
Avenue with floats, banners, and accompanied by marching
musical bands. At the Lincoln Mall, they will be passing an area
where rabbis and leading dignitaries will be reviewing the
parade. The parade will proceed south along Washington Street
until 13th Street and march west on 13th Street to the Flanuna,
Park Football Field. ^
BBYO Spring Conventioi
Hillary Jackowitz of Plants
tion was elected B'nai B nth
Girls (BBG) president, and
Geoffrey Greener of North Miami
Beach was elected as boys Aleph
Zadik Aleph IAZAl president at
the annual spring convention of
Gold Coast Council B'nai B nth
Youth Organization.
The event was held April 11-13
at the Holiday Inn. Plantation.
Past presidents. Rick Fisher of
Plantation and Ellen Perlman of
Sunrise delivered their state of
the organization speeches.
Other officers elected were
Susan Samberg. programming
vice president from Hollywood.
Mindy /weiban. membership
vice pre aidant from Sunn-.-.
Valeria Ross, secretary from
I)a\ie. Craig Rappel. vice presi-
dent, programming from Plan-
tation. Neil Frieser. vice
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Plantation: and Mike Sard, sec
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A highlight of this year's
convention. coordinated b\l
Hillary Jackowitz and L*m|
Casper of Sunrise, was an i dress by Sen Richard Ston*
Stone, a member of the Seniu
Foreign Relation- Committa.
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The youth also participated it
discussion groups, a disco dance
and religious ser\ icea preparec
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lotti landau Clover, (left) and Dr. and Mrs. Sol Landau.
honorary gala chairmen, greet cello virtuoso Nathanial
following his debut at Beth David Congregation.
ption uas in the home of Judith and Stanley
i ; honorary chairmen of the evening.
^400 Benefactors, Patrons
Meet Nathaniel Rosen
Over l.'WO enthusiastic concertgoers attended the South
debut f Nathaniel Rosen, winner of the Tchaikovsky
ledal I'nder the auspices of The Fine Arts of Beth David,
| pn nted diversified program. Irma Vallecillo. a rising
a n right, accompanied him at the piano
Fold wrrTJTThe concert, some 400 benefactors and patrons
in\iled to meet the artists as the guests of Judith and
v Davidson, with Rabbi and Mrs Sol Landau honorary
rmen of the Rosen (Jala The garden of the Davidson
iUT touts, where wines and champagnes, cheeses.
\ isMISSS pastries were served The chandeliers and
ingsmsntS inside the tents set the lone of quiet
hi.
I'h. highlight of the evening was the Fine Arts Award
on\ Must Stanley- Davidson introduced Fine Arts
chairman Tob) Ansin who presented spiritual leader Dr.
Landau lit i ailed upon Frank Cooper, executive director of the
l)ad< I intj Council of Arts and Sciences, to accept the award
-outstanding cultural leader! on behalf of Parker D

eiving the silver presentation tray (donated by
opei prwssntsd the monetary prize of the award to
ruling graduate student cif the IIniversit) of Miami
doctoral candidate Beverrj Norton, pupil of
Mi l..iikI.iu then mads special presentation to
'" I' ol .i t'lft from The Fine -\rts of Meth David in
ir generosit)
bison, inghti honorary chairman of tin
' n (iula. greets guest-. Julian Kreeger ana
'"- airman Toby Ansin ut the Nathaniel Rosen
< her Gables Estate home I he reception
debut of Rosen,
Children to Lead Service at N. Bay
On Fi daj evening, May 9. the
children ol the North Hay Village
Jewish t enter Religious School
*UI lead the entire service at the
Ba) V illage Jewish Center.
' A"K the service, they will
W ent a play m Hebrew and
h adapted by Rabbi
Marvu K-e the congregation's
spiritual leader. The plav. like
many classroom discussions, is
based on problems children have
in everyday life and how Judaism
deals with such problems
The service will begin at 8 p.m.
Registration for the 1980-81
school year is taking place now.
All who are interested may call
the synagogue.
\
. and Joseph Ravlson received Israel's Dai id Ben
[ liroerV at the annual Temple Adath Yeshurun -Salute
Bond*'(') "'as hel(i in cooperation with the State of Israel
Bonds Or "as hl'ul'" eoopemtL..
ilion. The Raylsons were honored for their long
ni i,{
" "' "i Jewish philanthropic WOrh ami for their support
'" economy through the Israel Bonds Program.
" Presented by Rabbi Simcha Freedman (I,
Miami Students to Receive Degrees
Irv Widaen. national director
of Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission, receives a key to
the city from Miami Beach
Mayor Murray Meyerson at a
'( ent Hadassah dinner at the
Deauville Hotel
Zohara Lifncheon
Zohara Hadassah Aventura
r astern Shores Chapter will hold
its installation luncheon on
Monday. May 12, at the
AmeriFirst Hank, on Biscayne
Boulevard, at 12:30 p.m.
Helen Spitz will be installed as
president for the coming year
along with the officers for the
1980-81 season For luncheon
reservations, call 931-2624
Two students from the Miami
area will receive degrees at the
86th annual commencement
exercises of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
Sunday. May 11, in New York
City.
Mark B. Greenspan, son of
Mrs. Esther Greenspan of North
Miami Beach and the late Daniel
Greenspan, will be ordained
rabbi, teacher and preacher: and
Fdward Steven Snitkoff. son of
Mr and Mrs. Fred Snitkoff of
Miami, will be awarded bachelor
of arts degrees.
Rabbi Greenspan attended the
joint program of studies between
Columbia University and the
Seminary and was awarded
bachelor of arts degrees from
both institutions. Fleeted to Phi
Beta Kappa at Columbia, he was
awarded a master of arts from the
Seminary which honored him
with the Herman H. Rubenovitz
and Mignon L. Rubenovitz Prize
in Jewish Theology and the
Joseph Zubow Memorial Prize in
Codes.
A past treasurer and vice
president of the student
organization of the Rabbinical
School, he currently serves as
spiritual leader of Temple
Kmanuel, Parkchester, NY. He
and his wife, Marilyn, make their
home in New York City.
Snitkoff will be granted a
bachelor of arts later this month
from Columbia University, also
as part of the program of joint
studies He is a teacher at Temple
Bnai Abraham. Livingston. N.J.
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Bonds Golda Meir Club
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Roberta Peters has accepted tt
national chairmanship of th
State of Israel Bonds Golda Men
Club, a special honor society open
to women purchasing $5,000 or
more in Israel Bonds, according
to Reva Dauer. local chairman.
This appointment is par-
ticularly important at this time,
when Israel faces one of the most
severe economic crises in its
history, as well as the respon-
sibility of building for peace."
Mrs. Dauer said. "To help the
people of Israel bear this enor-
mous burden, the Israel Bond
Organization must sell a
minimum of $525 million in
Bonds this year."
The appointment of Miss
Peters, Mrs Dauer added, will
help in the accelerated campaign
A ventura Jewish
Center Events
Thursday. May 1. at 8 p.m.
\ ventura Jewish ("enter was to
hold nomination and election
meeting for 1980-19H1
Friday. May 2, evening ser-
vices at 8:16 p.m. will be of-
ficiated by Kabbi David Saltz
man Mis sermon will be "Teach
Us to Count Days." Oneg
Shabbat will follow in honor of
Pearl Kdelson. who has worked in
the temple office and is now
retiring
Saturday. May 3. sen ices will
start at 8:45 am Robert Outer
will celebrate his Har Mitzvah
Kiddush will be sponosred in his
honor by his parents He is a
-e\enth year student at I^ar
School. He is a sport enthusiast,
and his favorite instrument is the
guitar
On Sunday. May 3. at 10:30
am there will be a Salute to
Israel Parade" Those taking
part will assemble at Temple
Adath Yeshurun. the event is a
joint venture of the Central
Agency (or .Jewish Kducation
with A ventura Jewish Center and
other synagogues and agencies
participating
Temple Beth Am
Singles Service
'lemple Beth Am. South
Miami, will continue its tradition
of a late Singles Shabbat services
on the first Friday of each month
on Friday evening. May 2.
The service will be held in the
chapel, and will be conducted by
Kabbi Mitchell Chefitz and
Cantonal Soloist Joseph Rubin.
Rabbi Chefitz will read from the
Torah
An Oneg Shabbat follows the
service. Yusi Yanich will lead
Israeli folk dancing. Refresh-
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Her leadership points up the
importance ol the club, not only
because ol the prestige of her
reputation but also her life-long
dedication to the cause of Israel
and the Jewish people
Miss Petan said that the
position is both an honor and a
challenge. Any Jewish woman
should be proud to memorialize
the name ol Colda Meir." she
said. I am doubly pleased that.
b> honoring her memory, we are
helping to strengthen the
economy of that Israel she so
deurlv loved
Dr. Sol Stein, national
president of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHFI. is meeting in
Israel for top-level discussions
with the leadership of Histadrut.
Israel's general federation of
labor, to consider additional
methods of increasing support for
the social and welfare programs
of Histadrut. serving more than
75 percent of the people of Israel
Dr. Stein, who was joined on
his information gathering
mission by Kugene Oold of
Brooklyn, district attorney of
Kings County and national IHr
campaign chairman, is par-
ticularly concerned with plans (or
a tar reaching Central Histadrut
project, sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut Foundation for the
Nege>
\- the Nege\ is developed
during the 1980's, Histadrut will
Ih' involved in building such
institutions la hospitals, clinics,
training schools and youth and
community centers.'' I)r Stein
noted With Israel withdrawing
vast military and civilian in
stallations from the Sinai under
the Israeli-Egyptian peace plan,
much of the cost of an enduring
peace will have 10 be paid tor by
developing the Nege>
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, which specializes in the
field of deferred giving and to
date has mobilized more than $60
million in long-term com-
mitments for Histadrut's social
and welfare programs, is
preparing for the celebration
during Chanukah. 1980. of the
With anniversary of the founding
of Histadrut by, David Hen
(iurion and his colleagues
With three-digit inflation in
Israel, we must stimulate every
War Vet Lunch
The Harry H Cohen Jewish
w ,H Veterans Ladies Auxiliary
No 723 will hold their annual
donor luncheon and en-
tertainment on Sunday May 4 at
12 30 p in at the Beau Rivage
Hotel on Collins \\,nm Miami
Beach
(.alii Mizrachi
The Galil Chapter of the
American Mizrachi Women will
meet at noon on Monday, Mas 5,
at the Washington Savings and
Loan Building, 633 NE HFTth St .
\ M H hnterlainment will ha a
l>ok review given !>\ Mrs
Ditched and Mrs Goldberg
CueM i are aIwus s welcome
segment of the community to
increase the flow of capital to
Israel." Dr. Stein said
Dr. Stein will return to M,amj
Heach this month, where he will
report to the leadership ol the
Israel Histadrut Foundation m
South Florida
Mizrachi Women
lladar Chapter of Americai**^
Mizrachi Women will m.-*
Thursday, May l. at no
Washington Savings Loan
Hank Huilding. 1132 Kant
Concourse, Hal Harbor
A new Bin from Israel b) l \
\irlines will be pre
Refreshments will !* sen :
Technion
The Miami Heach ,
Woman's Division, \
Social] tor Technion. will -
closing luncheon masting
N at the Montmartre H itel it
noon Meetings will
October al theaemehoti
Tony Simone. international
singer, will entertain
raaan ations call Jean
Dorothv Arthur
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Friday. May 2, 1<*0
JmisJifkrAhtor,
Page 5-B
Baltuch to Head JCC Happening*i JNF Honors Dr. Goldman
Women's League
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Rochelk Haltuch will be in-
| as president of Florida
Branch, Women i League for
, nnservativa .Judaism at their
Spring ('onf.-r.Ti.-.'. May
and H at the Carillon Hotel
ami Beach.
Virs Baltuch attended Qiwani
u Kile in college, the waa
VTID. the college age
tion of United
igue
Mrs Baltuch served as youth
10 the 1971 Florida
nfi rence and began her
teei iar.tr with Women's
\i the same time, she
live m Siaterhood al
rah ( ongregation m
M ami Beach, er\ tag aa
I und chairman; mem
i i u and waye and
presidents and
l 6 1978
he Florida Branch, she
aa youth acth ities
leadership training
' .
urrentl) i< <
.i chairman ol th<
Ri sidetu i Halls
nag Mrs
on the board ol
the congregation
ind
( ommitte. and a
to United
I an afternoon
tew h.r and a
: i Samui! Schei k
unitj I >> School
nd is xecul ive
and where daughters
\1> za attend school
also .i member ol
issal National Council ol
Women and the Hop.
for the Mentally
led
Rabbi Mas I.ips.hu/ of Beth
loral Congregation will install
ihe offi< era
rs are Vice Presidents
Vnnetla Kornblum, Jacksonville
lewish Center, Jacksonville
\nita Helfand, Bnai Israel, st
Petersburg Sandy Oaer. Temole
I. Orlando. \udrev
Schutzer, Temple Adath
Ne-hurun. North Miami Beach,
1 aren Thorner. Temple /.ion.
Miami Financial Secretary,
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Monda} Ma} 5, at Beth [*orah.
I dya Arzl national education
director ol Women a League, will
give the .harp- to the officers
Florida Branch is one ol .'s
branches affiliated with Women's
I eague tor Conser\ al i\ e
Judaism, an organization
dedicated to the perpetuation ol
traditional Judaism
Mizrachi Women
Business and Professional
Chapter ol American Mizrachi
Women will have its last meeting
this s,ason on Thursday, May 1
al 7 30 p m. at the Jefferson
National Hank. 11 Street and
Pine Tree Drive, Miami Heach
Shalom Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will hold a
Mother s Day Luncheon
on Tuesday, May 13 at n.>n at
100 Lincoln Road. Excellent film
(resident Jwinelle tiolberg.
Chairwoman of the day Sophie
Sthrager field consultant Florida
Council. A.M.W. Contribution:
Chai Chapter of American
Mi/rachi Women is holding its
innual Auction. Sunday. April 27
it Temple Or Olom. Miami. Early
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On Thursday, May 8, at 10
a.m. the Michael-Ann Russell
Jewish Community Center.
North Miami Beach, is hosting a
concert of the Panasonic Brass
Ouintet The Brass Quintet ls a
heel ol PACE (Performing Arts
for Community and Educationl
Thia performance ia especially
geared toward preschool
children Approximately T(HI pre.
school children will attend
including handicapped children
from Arcadia I ,akes School
For additional information
I lam. Herring, at the
JCC
The Sundaj Nighl Film aeriea
continues al the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
i with the showing ol
Goodbye Columbus May II at
spm intheKati Auditorium
For furlher informal ion
contact Cynthia Klein at the
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ii | M\ ma Loman, director
adult education. Mi. ha. Ann
ell JCC
Dr. Solomon Goldman,
recently appointed director of
JNF'a Department of Education,
was the guest of honor at a
special reception sponsored by
the Jewish National Fund of
America at the annual con-
vention of the National Council
tor .lewish Education
The reception was arranged by
Dr. Ze\ Kogan president of
Miami Council o| ,I\ I' to present
I >r (ioldman in his new capacity
to the .(.wish education com-
mumt\ 1 )r (ioldman. who spoke
liolh in Hebrew and in English,
expressed his enthusiasm and
excitement about the challenges
lacing JNF's Department ol
Education.
Speaking as a former
colleague, he asked the aasem
bled educators tor their help and
cooperation, promising to work
closely with them in developing
new programs and projects to
expand and revitalize the
Education Department Mis
remarks w.Te enthusiastically
was the an-
nouncement ol the appointment
ol Dr Shimon Frost of the
American Association ol lewish
il :. BS cha I man ol the
National Advisory ommitte.
INF Department of
I d ii at ion
I *r Sai Si affler superin-
nt o| the Bureau ol .lew ish
ation ol Chicago, who
served as chairman ot the con
fereni e, int roduced .1 N I
/ Solomon Goldman
i xecutive Vice President, Dr
nuel I Cohen, who spoke ol
th. new frontiers JNF is meeting,
as well as the historic role it has
yed smce its inception nearly
HO years ago. in developing
tns 'or Jew ish education
I >r Cohen remarked that.
under Dr (ioldman S leadership.
INI work in the field ol Jewish
education will be expanded.
updated and enlarged to serve
t he needs of the American Jewish
community as it assists lewish
educators throughout the
country to bring the story ol
Israel. Zionism, and the unujue
role ol the .INF to the young
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Friday. May 2.1990
JWV Commander
To Speak in Miami
SWAT Holds Party for Elderly on Beach
attempt to identify problems and
bring service to the elderly,
thereby delaying or avoiding the
need for institutionalization.
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America. De-
partment of Florida invites the
public to hear Harris B. Stone,
national commander, Sunday.
May 11 at 10 a.m. at the Konover
Hotel. 5445 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach. Stone will speak on Israel
and Today's Crises.
Harris B. Stone. Director of
the Research and Development
Plans Division. Office of the
Chief of Naval Operations, was
elected National Commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
USA for the year 1979-1980
Born in New York City. Stone
has earned degrees in Electrical
Engineering and Industrial Eco-
nomics from Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. He
entered federal employment in
1953 as an electronics engineer at
the Electronic Warfare Center in
New Jersey, and has also been
associated with the Office of
Naval Research in Washington.
DC. the Army Security Agency
Operational Center and Elec-
tronic Warfare Department at
Fort Huachuca. Ariz., and Signal
Corps at Fort Monmouth. N.J
Stone's varied 30-year govern-
ment career has included assign-
ments in the areas of manage-
ment, engineering and science
associated with the fields of elec-
tronic warfare, intelligence,
command and control, com-
munications, anti-submarine
warfare, anti-air warfare, long
range planning, operations
research, and the mechanical,
chemical and physical sciences.
His efforts as manager of the
Navy's marine mammal program
have been acclaimed by the
media.
On Oct. 23. 1978. Stone was
awarded the U.S. Navy's highest
honor the Distinguished
Civilian Service Award. He was
cited by the Secretary of the
Navy for "exceptionally
meritorious achievements and
leadership in developing a
successful method for planning
the Navy Research and Develop
ment Program and for superior
performance throughout the
years ... in the highest tradition
of the United States Navy."
A man of versatile talenta,
Harris B. Stone is listed in Who's
Who in Engineering, Who's Who
in the Federal Government and
American Men of Science
Stone was elected National
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the USA at the
organization's 84th annual con-
vention held in San Diego, Calif.
He has served the Jewish War
Veterans with distinction for
many years, aa Vice Chairman of
W.Miami JWV
Auxiliary Meets
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223,
Jewish War Veterans, will hold
its regular meeting on Wed-
nesday, May 7. at 8 p.m. in the
club room of Ramblewood
Condominiums. Miami.
Tanya Levine,
as pre
will
recently in-
term. will conduct the first
meeting of the new ad-
ministration, and a Mother's Day
program will be presented by
program chairman. Ruth Her-
man.
Included in the meeting
agenda will be election of
delegates and alternates to the
state convention of JWVA to be
held June 6. 7 and at the
Americana Hotel. .Miami Beach,
alon*: with an bj Ruth
Hurman and Lae liubin on the
various child weltare senior
and mental health
facilities serviced in the area
during the past m<
The event will feature health
information booths from Jewish
Community Centers. South
Beach Activities Center; Jewish
Vocational Service; Key Club,
Miami Beach Senior High
School; Kidney Foundation.
Miami Beach Community 1
Center; Miami Beach Q
munity Mental Health |
MTA "Route About
Project Sinai.
om
nter.
and
A block psrty" to
disseminate important health
care information to elderly
residents of Miami Beach will be
held on Sunday. May 4. from
7 p.m. The location is at
24th Street where Lake
ast Drive and Flamingo
Drive intersect. Miami Beach.
The Senior Day Block Party is
sponsored by SWAT Service
Workers Action Teaml. a
division of the Miami Jewish
S-dS^oJSS:.*^ Rabbi Zenman Talks at Beth Shoim-
The surrounding streets wfl] ^
closed to vehicular traffu m that
area residents can stroll from
booth to booth and enjn\ tne
music of Frank Hubbell and the
Stompers.
Dougli
cooperation with PACE HOPE
LIFE and the City of Miami
Beach.
SWAT is a service delivery
system developed by the Home
to offer the elderly in this area a
direct approach to the delivery
and case management of social
and health services. It is an
Rabbi Moshe Zenmer will be
the speaker at the Sunday
morning. Coffee. Culture and
Conversation" program of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami. Miami Beach, on Sunday.
May 4. at 1030 a.m.
Rabbi Zenmer was ordained in
1960 at the Central Conference of
American Rabbis in Cincinnati
He is the rabbi for Kedom
Synagogue, the leading Liberal
Reform Synagogue in Tel Am
The public is invited. There is
no charge for temple mem!., n
<,/rm*<>*?** jcv jw* Harris B Stone
the National Executive Com-
mittee. National Public Affairs
Officer. Chairman of the National
Board of Inquiry. Commander of
the 4th Region, member of the
National Policy Committee and
ten years as a National Executive
Cornmitteeman. He is Past Com-
mander and Quartermaster of
Post 589 Arlington and Past De-
partment Commander of the Dis-
trict of Columbia. He has also
served two years as Chairman of
the National Personnel Com-
mittee, ten years as Chairman of
the National Resolutions Com-
mittee, three years as Chairman
of the National Board of Inquiry.
Chairman of the National
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Chairman of the JWV Task
Forces on the Future and on
Fiscal Concerns. National Supply
Officer, National Civil Rights
Officer and member of the
National Constitution and By-
Laws Committee. Stone is a life
member associated with the
Robert L. Cohen Post 589
A veteran of World War II and
the Korean conflict. Stone rose
through the enlisted ranks to
Commissioned Officer status.
Active in the Jewish com-
munity, Stone is past president
of Arlington-Fairfax Jewish Con-
gregation. He has been married
for 31 years to the former Ray
Masin of New York City. The
Stones are the parents of Steven
and Richard, and reside in Fair-
fax County, Va.
Stone will also be appearing
Friday, May 2 at 8.15 p.m at
Temple Beth Torah in N. Miami
Beach; Wednesday. May 7 at the
Tiger Bay Club at noon; and
Saturday. May 10 at 1030 a.m.
at Temple Beth Shalom.
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Triday. May 2.1980
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Pioneer Women
Observe Mother's Day
Enamelists Exhibit Wares This Weekend
Incoming meetings of Pioneer
Women chapters and clubs will
feature celebrations of Mother s
pav Israel Independence Day
and Jerusalem Day. The Bar
Mit/vah or 13th anniversary of
the reunification of Jerusalem
will be observed throughout the
world bv Jewish communities on
May 14. which also is the 32nd
anniversary of Israels in-
dependence according to the
Knglish calendar.
Barbara Greenberg. a long
timt. treasurer and financial
secretary of the Eilat Chapter of
Pioneer Women, will be honored
as Mother of the Year at the
c|ubs annual celebration of
Mother's Day Monday. May 5. at
lpm in the civic auditorium of
Washington Savings and Loan
tasoctatioa, 1234 Washington
Aw Miami Beach.
Veda timber, president of the
chapter, will make the presen-
tation to Mrs. Greenberg
I,eah Naparst. past president
and cultural chairman of the
Kinneret Chapter and former
member of Kilat Chapter, will
speak on "A Biblical Mother."
Harry and Sonia Fox will
entertain at the meeting with a
vrfnrmanctvof a play by Sholom
Meichem, titled "A Restaurant
K.isnlivke."
I he meeting is free and open to
the public and refreshments will
: MTNed
Rabbi Leon Goldberger.
marly from New York, will
ik about Yom Maatzmaut.
Israel Independence Day. at a
r.iti.m meeting at the Beba
Idelson Chapter of Pioo
Women on Wedneadaj Maj 14.
al noon, at the \\ ashington
ni\ ings and I-oan Association,
Normandy Dr. Miami
Reach
l eon Yudofl will sing IsrasU
songs and (-.car Shapm> will
pany him on the puino to
commemorate the 32nd an
rear) oi the independence of
mi.-nf Israel
The meetus ia open to the
publk and donations will be sent
to the Chiljj Rescue Fund in
Israel
Sarah Kai
the chapter
lan is president o(
The annufl Mothers Day
luncheon of tn\ Kinneret Chapter
oi Pioneer Vnmen will feature
singer Nina "Diamond Sunds)
May i. at noon, at the Soslborne
Hotel, Miami .Beach.
Lssll Naparst. past chapter
president, will speak at the
luncheon. Mrau Naparst will
discuss the importance of
honoring the mothers of the
world. ;
(all Pioneer' Women council
offices, for reservations Rita
Adolf is chapter president
Election
or officers
and a
Ko'ach Luncheon
Ko'ach, ths' career-oriented
chapter of Miami Iteach Region
of Hadassah will hold their first
donor luncheon, Sunday. May 4
at noon in the Harbour House, on
Collins Avenue in Bal Harbour.
A fashion show, provided by
the Dressup Boutique of Harbour
House and a musical program,
presented by Rose Marcus and
Polly Fiedler, will be offered.
Ann Itakst is donor luncheon
coordinator.
- The public is invited.
Call Miami Iteach Hadassah
regional office for further in-
formation.
Donor Dinner Set
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Tov is having a donor dinner at
the Eden Roc Hotel on May 25 at
1 p.m.
Mother's Day program will
highlight a luncheon meeting in
honor of Mother's Day and the
sixth birthday of the Masada
Chapter of Pioneer Women
Tuesday. May 6. at 12:30 p.m.. at
the Washington Savings and
Loan Association, 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
The meeting is open to the
public, and Bertha Liebmann is
president of the chapter.
The 32nd anniversary of the
State of Israel and the 32nd
birthday of the Golda Meir
Chapter of Pioneer Women will
be celebrated at the chapter's
annual Mother's Day Luncheon.
Sunday, May 4. at noon, at the
Montmartre Hotel. Miami Beach.
Reservations may be secured
at the Pioneer Women Council
offices.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Yudoff will
sing and entertain at the meeting
of the Hi Rise Tikvah Chapter of
Pioneer Women Tuesday. May 6,
at noon, in the card room of Forte
Towers. Miami Beach.
The meeting is free and open to
the public and refreshments will
be served.
An art show. "The Fine Art of
enameling." featuring 20 artists
from Enamel Guild South, runs
through May 3 at Lowe-Levinson
Gallery of Temple Beth Sholom.
Co-chairmen of the event,
Marilyn Solomon and Marilyn
Seitlin Tendrich. expected ap-
proximately 400 for the opening
reception. Credit was given to
husbands Joe Solomon, and
Howard Tendrich for the aid and
support they gave their wives in
putting this show together the
past few months. They will turn
to selling art this weekend,
supported by Joe's crew, Lori,
Gary, Paula and Randy Rieger.
Janet Seitlin and Robin and Tom
Ringer. Robin, and their mother.
Shirley Seitlin are also
enamelists.
Enameling is a process of
applying finely ground glass to
metal, then fusing the two
together through the use of high
,ieat in a kiln.
Some of the^rtists exhibiting
highly polished variations of the
many techniques involved in this
ihow are the co-chairmen and
Audrey Komrad. Carole Jacobs,
Kathy Shillington. Donna Buch-
wald. Tillie Franklin. Esther
Michelson, Tessa Ader, George
Dublin. Buddy Powell. Thea
Katzenstein, Elaine Sponholtz,
Eileen (lately and Rhoda Morris.
JWV Auxiliaries Plan Friendship Tea
Mae Schreiber, a resident of
the Kendall-Westchester area,
president of the Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.. announces that the
Department will hold its
Friendship Dessert Tea at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday, May
4, at 1:30 p.m.
"Guests of honor" will be their
own members coming to do honor
to each other from various parts
of the state.
Past National president Billie
Kern, a resident of Miami Beach,
organizer for the Department of
Florida, is chairman of the affair
and has arranged the program.
Ticket chairman is past
auxiliary president Edith Novins.
presently the Department of
Florida's hospital chairman. A
resident of South Miami, she can
be reached for further in-
formation.
President Mae Schreiber will
be a guest at the Department's
National Commander Harris Bob
Stone's breakfast at the Konover
Hotel Sunday morning, May 11.
Brandeis ZOA to Hear Book Review
Shulamith Cohen, book
reviewer, will be featured at the
next meeting of the Brandeis
District, Zionist Organization of
America, to be held on Sunday,
May 4, at 1:30 p.m., in the
Washington Savings
Auditorium, 1133 Normandy
Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Cohen, a memeber of the
board of directors, will review the
Sam Levenson best seller: You
Don't Have to Be in Who's Who
to Know What's What.
Leon Segal, educator and
Zionist leader, will review the
latest news and political ac-
tivities from Israel, where he
recently returned from his annual
visit. Louis Hoberman, president
of the Brandeis Zionist District,
will chair a panel discussion of
latest peace negotiations between
Egypt and Israel.
The public is invited. Rose
Shapiro, vice president, will serve
as hostess for the social hour.
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Beth Am Honors Selma Baumgard
Miami Beachites Gladys
Austrian and Lois Pond en-
tertained two delightful and
welcome house guests during
April, although the weather did
have its drawbacks. Pretty
teenagers A lino n Terr. Gladys'
granddaughter, and friend. Maria
Tobia. an? from West Orange.
NI.J where they are Juniors at
West Orange High, and Alison is
a Twirler" for her school's
athletic teams During her stay
here. Maria celebrated her 17th
birthday, and her hosts made it a
special occasion with a party and
the traditional Happy Birthday
cake
Our young people claimed
many honors at the recent Dade
County Youth Fair Jean Leh-
man. 8. entered five projects in
the Science competition and won
three Blue Ribbons and two Red
a clean sweep Son of Jere and
Shirley Lehman, and grandson of
Frances (Mrs. Jean C.) Lehman.
Jean and brother. Brian. 6. at-
tend the Gardner School in
Miami Shores. Both young men
are expert swimmers and avid
soccer players .
Andy Lader. son of Mra. Riclri
Markman and grandson of Mrs.
Jack S. (Ruth) Popkk. took a
Second in the field of Zoology and
Mathematics at the Fair; and
Adam, son of Mra. Martha Miah-
cob. placed Second in the field of
Chemistry as well as receiving a
Merit Award from the Dade
County Medical Association .
And on a more visibly en-
tertaining section of the Fair.
Tami. daughter of Myrna and
Leonard Colub. took the lead part
in the production of Annie"' to
much applause and huzzahs.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis ("overman
bragging about granddaughter.
Maine, bom to Dr. and Mrs.
Rancy (.'overman. Of Orlando:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Portnoy
celebrating the birth of a
grandson. Josh Robert, son of
Robyn and Ronnie Portnoy: Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Edlow have a
granddaughter now. Marisa
(iabrielle Schatzman; it's a
grandson. Eric Michael, for Betty
Satz. and a daughter, Sara
Michelle for Irene and Evan
Zagoria .
At present. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Elsenberg are tops with
the birth of two great-
grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Levy will soon be showing
pictures of grandson. Jason
Stewart, son of Marc and Cheryl
Rich man, while grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldberg
will be carrying around likenesses
of granddaughter Maris Claudia
Goldstein. .
A lusty 6 lbs. 2 oz. grand-
daughter. Lara Anne Dor man.
for Mrs. Rene* Dorfman. Parents
are Karth and Ann Dorm an A
daughter. Michelle Ann, for Joel
Leslie and Ellen Joan Benson,
and another first time set of
grandparents. David and Sandra
Shore, full of joy at the arrival of
Brian Samuel bora to Eileen and
Andrew Schuster .
And the newest newcomers:
Seth Jan, son of James and
Mindy Casael. grandson of Mr.
and Mie. Marwin S. Cansal;
Michael joining brother Brian in
the home of David and Susan
Conn, making Frances and
Arthur Conn grandparents for
the second time, and grand-
" parents for the fifth time. Leah
and Henry Michaels whose
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daughter. Jane, and spouse.
Harvey Bernstein. are the
parents of a son.
Now to Hollywood. California!
Cindy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Rubin, presently living in
Ix>s Angeles to pursue an acting
.-areer. was on a recent episode of
Fight is Enough.'' Brother
Randy, after taking his law
oards in Miami, visited Cindy
and fell in love with California, so
will practice his profession there
On the college front: Laurie.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Beloff. graduated from
the University of Florida earlier
in April, and Karen, daughter of
Dr. Sol and Helen Lanster, has
been elected president of the
Student Body at Emory
University although she is only a
sophomore.
And to those tiny ones bora in
this fairly new year of 1980. many
of whom will be the honored
students and collegians of the
year 2,000. meanwhile glad
dening the hearts of parents and
grandparents by their arrival:
Mrs. Dorothy Kaplan beaming at
grandson, Jonathan David, son
of Mr. and Mra. Richard
Pawliger. grandson of Mr. and
Mrs Phillip SchifT; Mr. and Mra.
Stuart Cauff happily announcing
the birth of son. Brandon David,
and Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Kaul
cooing over son. Craig Howard
A first grandson for Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Weiss. Parents are
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Erickson of
Gainesville. iThis will be the
ninth great grandchild for Mitzi's
mother. Mrs. Rose Davis.
On a more sober note,
emulating this country which
made room for our parents or
grandparents who found refugee
on these shores. Temple Sinai is
seeking to make Southeast Asian
refugees who migrate to our city
as comfortable as possible. Two
young Vietnamese men whose
families were killed while
escaping on a boat from
Southeast Asis. have found
refuge in Miami Their plane was
met by a group of Temple Sinai
members who are now helping
them to integrate into our
community by finding them jobs,
renting them an apartment and
providing them with trans-
portation until they learn to use
buses.
In charge of this project is
Harriet Goldstein aided by
committee members Gerda
Waasennann. Adelaide Raffel,
Paul Barnett, Barry Silverman.
Betty Dee. Sue Rachleff, Brenda
Kingsley, Judy Layton. Bonnie
Roth. Norms Feld, Mimi Moss.
Larry and Marcia Isereon, l.ila
Berlin. Gail and Harry Grand,
Sylvia Levy, Elbe I'ttai and Joe
Goodman. Several physicians
and dentists in the congregation
have offered to provide medical
care.
While most funding comes
through government sources as
administered by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, which
is in charge of the resettlement
program (an extension of the
work of HIAS). financial con-
tributions would be welcomed.
Also needed are food, clothing
and furnishings for the apart-
ment which Temple Sinai will
rent for its adopted family.
Selma Baumgard. volunteer
choir director since the inception
of Temple Beth Am. was honored
by the congregation after the
special choir performance at
services on Friday. April 25.
She will retire as choir director
after the High Holiday Services
this fall.
Dr. William Silver, president of
the congregation, presented Mrs.
Baumgard with the Harry
tiunther Award, given to those
who render outstanding
volunteer service to the
congregation. The congregation
also presented her with a trip to
Israel.
Two members of the choir who
have been with the organization
for 20 years will be honored at the
service on Friday. May 9. They
are Bernice Anapol '23 years) and
Ann Aibel (20 years) Lou Gillis
has sung with the choir at all
Holy Day Services for the last 24
vears
Sflma Bat
Yiddish Culture Winkle to Meet May 8
The Yiddish culture Winkle
will present a program on
Thursday. May 8. at 10:30 a.m.
at the new meeting place. Temple
Talking over 1980 plans for the Florida chapter of the United
States Committee for Sports in Israel are from left. Barton S.
Goldberg, president of Jefferson S'ational Bank of Miami
Beach. Congressman Claude Pepper and Mrs Judith Hern- n m October
stadt. co-chairman of the state committee.
Ner Tamid.
A lecture will be given by
Samuel Glassman. lecturer and
historian The topic will )m Yon
Haatzmout." the Qigai
Achievement of I-
Independence 88 years agi
Relationship Between Ann
and Israel and the Quest
Security for Israel
Sarah Fershko will ting
Yiddish and Hebrew n
Pianist. Hayim Fershko nil]
accompany her and pUj
his own compositions
Sol Krevans will read part of
Israel's Declaration of
Independence Menash.i Keld-
stein will be the chairman.
Admission will be free This
will be the final gathering for the
season until the group meets
Hadassah-K innerret
of Hadassah plans
Chapter
its last
Kinneret Group Plans Installation
meeting of the season at Temple
Samu-El on Tuesday, May 13.
with refreshments being served
at noon.
There will be an installation of
officers with Adeline Housman as
installation officer
Rabbi Farber will say the
blessing, and there will be en
tertainment by guitarist and
singer Robin Turvtsky For
further information, call Bess
Lieblich
Lipschitz
Grandson
Born
A son. Ariel Zvee. was
born April 18 to Stuart and
Shelley Schochet of Kew
Garden Hills. VY Ariel is
their second son.
Grandparents are Miriam
Lipschitz and Beth Torah
Rabbi and Mrs Max
Lipschitz ol North Miami
Beach and Abe and Ellen
Schochet of New York
A bria was held April 25 at
the Jewish ("enter of Kew
(iardens Among those
attending was Max Rothen-
berg, executive director ol
Beth Torah
Cantor Abraham Seif.
local mohel. who attended
the Schochet s' wedding four
years ago. flew up to circum-
cise Ariel Zvee
Sermon on Cults
at Temple Israel
Rabbi Brett Goldatein and
Sandy Andron will share a
sermon in dialogue on The
Challenge of the Cults" during
the Shabbath Eva Servia ol
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
this I- ridayat p m
Rabbi Kalman l.evitan will
discuM What Is Your Religious
Preference?" during the Shab-
bath Eva Service at the Kendall
Branch of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami at 8 Friday
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Community Corner
Miami Mayor and Mrs. Maurice Ferre will receive the
u f \ ision Award at a testimonial Friday. May 23. 7:30
at* the I >mni International Hotel. More than 600 people are
tl,j to join In honoring Mayor and Mrs. Ferre and in
the work of the National Society to Prevent Rlin
5uppirtin*"'
Tl | rs) Annual People of Vision Banquet, sponsored by
. Society to Prevent Blindness, will beheld Friday.
' i he previously announced date of May 16.
The bar iuel will b* neld al thp ()mrii International Hotel.
bajinnir* i !"P-m-
met will honor Mayor and Mrs Maurice Ferre for
making Miami an international commercial and
Proceeds will benefit the Society to Prevent
their
caltura
Blind nesf
u will be the film on Friday. May 9 at 2 p.m. at
( Public Library. A discussion will follow the
me part of the "Old Age and Human Values"
is sponsored by the (Iriiv Panthers of Dade
rida International University and funded by the
menl for the Humanities and by the Burger King
admission is free.
Reed
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p. \ d Head has been named director of the University
Miami mphonk wind ensemble, according to I)r VVUliam F.
I \l School of Music.
i>. r ol music theory -composition and music education
hi 1 retire .Inn- '- conductor in -residence. David Kugene Becker
\\ gss ,: I unell's duties as conductor of the UM Symphony
stra
, director of the school's music merchandising
fhe I'M is one of the few schools offering a degree in
l.sing and currently has 96 students enrolled in
iheprogi
Th. i i stes Miami Community Concert Band will hold its
\nnua! mart in the Park" on Mothers Day. May II. in
k Coconut Grove, at 2 p.m The concert is free
This cononrt is the Greater Miami Community Concert
lljnd gift i" Miami mothers and all are encouraged to bring
their blanket* and picnic lunches for a Sunday afternoon of
,nuru:nm. ru The WV piece band will present a concert of light
popular music, including marches, ballads and overtures.
Th. (.finer Miami Community Concert Band is composed
-..I musn .ms from all walks of life, including attorneys.
it h. rs housewives and retirees The Band recently
at the 1980 National Convention of the Music
National Conference (MFNCl at the Miami Beach
. ntef to an audience of over 6.000 music educators
frum ai he counrty
ITie ninth annual International Folk Festival will be
. he Ot> of Miami. May 9-10
Participating in the festival will be more than 70 com
munii I pa I tnt pointing countries in Latin America, the
United Kingdom and Commonwealth, the Orient
'andthe Middle East
ij [eatival will feature the foods .lam.-, music,
and other exhibit! indigenous to Miami- diverse
ithmi as weU os opejodo. concerts, and sporting events
i\ .i ies will bo open to th.' public at no charge with th.'
the International Ball. BonqUOl ami Folk MUSK
( imni International Hotel on opening night. May 9
re information, call the Miami office of Information
i
.. I yes i- backing th.- National Multiple Sclerosis
wo. HopeChesI Campaign
named the charity's National Campaign Chair-
aid, I am accepting this role to bring the word to
in what a tragic problem MS is
lupporl to help fund research is terribly important
ime vsrj involved In t hi- effort in the coming year,
- ..ut beast Florida Chapter- Annual Campaign on
ich will be May IH. Volunteer workers may call the
n Miami
K;r. Ha\ Countrv Club will present a Spring Fling with
Prices 0f Yi let year." May 8. Cocktails will be served at fi p.m.
I after dinner, there will lie a "big band' for dancing
ni I >ress will be vary casual
Dancing," the smash hit musical that scored his eighth
rm> (or director-choreographer Bob Fosse, has been playing in
Miami since April 23 at the Miami Beach Theater of the I er
forming Arts.
"ting the art of dancing and the genius of Fosse are
^vventeen lop Broadway dancer singer-actors electrifying
hudi. ,n a evening of ballet. Up. soft shoe. jazz, modern,
md swing Dancin is aet to the beat of a vast spectrum
"f composers including Johann Sebastian Bach. George M
Cohan, Cat Stevens. Melhsa Manchester. Sigmund Romberg
and i)-, ar Hammerstein.
Performances are Monday through Saturday evening. May
P-m.; matinees are Wednesday, May 7 and Saturday. May
' at 2 p.m Further information available by calling tha box
office
The Displaced Homemaker Center. YWCA. sponsors an
A-ertiveness Training" course for women who are 35 years^oi
ge or older and widowed, divorced, separated or single. lma
kills course for effective communication facilitated by Anita
Herman. MSW. is comprised of two hour e9S'on for',ve
Pconsecutive weeks. It will meet at the South Dade YWCA on
Wednesday evenings. 7:30-9:30 p.m. on May 7. 14. ""J
June J ()r, one can atu>nd lhe COUrse. at the Downtown TWM
"n Thursday mornings. 10 a.m. to noon, on May 8, ll-*f'f**
June :. For information and registration, call either Y V\t A.
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He will discuss "Poetry in All its Phases" and will entertain
poetical!) All welcome, no charge
Dr \l.raham Wolf son Forum for enlightenment, meets
every Thursday morning, at 10 am at the Washington Federal
Bank, 1234 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, second floor.
Arnold Kleiner is ihairman The uuest sneaker wi\\ he Dr. Harry
Weisberger on The Philosophy of Prose and Poetry." All are
welcome at no charge
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Acker man. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V.
Miller. David Fleeman and Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
A.re among local residents invited to the dinner at the White
House on April 15. honoring Israel Prime Minister Menachem
Begin
The Women's Caucus for Art, Florida Chapter, with the
support of the Dade County Council of Arts and Sciences,
Metropolitan Dade County Commission and Temple Beth
Sholorn plans a mixed media show on Sunday. May 4. from 5 to
7 p.m. at Lowe l.evenson Gallery The event will be juried by
artist Miriam Schapiro.
A Sun-Day Celebration, sponsored by Florida Solar User
Network, is planned Saturday, May 3, at 10 a.m. at Miami Dade
Communit) College South Campus. There will be tours through
a solar house, which features a wind generator and solar cells
powering an amateur radio station
Beverly Norton, a University of Miami doctoral piano
student, received a monetary gift from the Fine Arts of Beth
David at a reception for cellist Nathaniel Rosen
Attorney Parker D. Thomson, who received the Fine Arts
Award, selected Norton as the gift recipient. She was a guest at
a special "Evening with the Artist" presented by Beth David
Congregation
A meeting of the Dade-Broward Lupus Foundation wdl be
held Wednesday. May 14. at 8 p.m. as the Washington Federal
Building. 633 NE 167 St.. North Miami Beach Guest speaker
will be Dr. Henry Hirsch. cardiologist.
Alan S. Wolfeon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Wolfson of
North Miami Beach, has been named to the dean's list for winter
quarter at the Technological Institute. Northwestern Univer-
sity's engineering school. Wolfson. a junior, was honored with
highest distinction for achieving a perfect grade point average
on a scale of 4.0 points during the quarter.
A graduate of North Miami Beach Senior High in 1977.
Wolfson will receive a BS degree from Northwestern University
in June.
Golf with Bob Griese! Fish with Steve Towle! Go boating
with Bob Baumhower! Own a painting by Bob Kuechenberg .
a lithograph by Burt Reynolds a book, autographed by
Charlton Heat on!
You can be the high bidder on these donations and many,
many more exciting celebrity items at the Ronald McDonald
House Miami Dolphins Celebrity Auction.
It all happens Saturdav. Mav 3, at 10 a.m. at the Gulliver
Preparatory School. 8576 North Kendall Drive All proceeds
benefit the Ronald McDonald House of South Florida, a home
awaj from home for the parents of children hospitalized at the
I im.r-itvot Miami Jackson Memorial Medical Center.
Bank Service
for Xourists
Nine major Miami Beach
financial institutions have
combined forces to offer the city's
thousands of visitors several
locations at which to con-
veniently exchange their pounds
and sterling traveler's checks for
dollars.
Randy Segal of Financial
Federal Savings and Loan
Association was named chairman
of a money exchange committee
of the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce by William Shockett.
president
Segal said Financial Federal,
Jefferson National Bank,
American Savings and I^oan
Association. City National Bank.
Flagship Bank. Barnett Bank.
Pan American Bank. Bank
l,eumi of Israel and Sky lake
National Bank all have agreed
to exchange British currency.
Shockett lauded the Beach
banks and savings and loan
associations "for their spirit of
community cooperation, another
indication of our warm welcome
for our British visitors."
ADL Sets Estate
Planning Seminar
Melvin J Jacobowitz. a
member of the firm of Smith
Mandler Smith Werner
Jacobowitz & Fried of Miami
Beach, will speak on investment
planning at an Estate Planning
Seminar for attorneys, trust
officers, accountants and life
underwriters, sponsored by the
Deferred Gifts Committee of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Bnth
The session will be on Tuesday,
May 13. al 8 am at the DuPont
Plaza Hotel.
Harry Zukernick is chairman
of the league's Deferred Gifts
Committee.
Art Auction Set
South Dade Hebrew Academy
plans an art auction on Saturday.
May t. with a preview at 8 p.m
and auction at 9 The event will
be conducted by the National Art
Auction Gallery
Membership Meeting
The Association for Jewish
Spot ial Education plans a
membership meeting Monday.
Mav 12. at < 30 p.m. at the
Miami Jewish Federation.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Kabbi Marvin Rose of North
Bay Village Jewish Center will
appear on The Jewish Worship
Hour" on Sunday, May 4. at 8
a.m. on Channel 10.
The Florida Friends of Yeshiva University mourn the death of
Samuel Drechsler, brother of our esteemed president and member ot
the Board of Trustees, of West Palm Beach who died April 22.
Funeral services were held April 24 at Levitt Weinstein Memorial
Chapels, West Palm Beach, with interment in Mount Hebron Cemetery,
Flushing. NY., on April 25.
Surviving are his wife Sarah Drechsler; children. Mrs. Myma Reich
and Martin Drechsler brother. Joseph Drexler: and sisters. Mrs. Dora
Frieden. Mrs. Ida Bencrer. Mrs. Jean Kahn and Mrs. Mildred Tolkoff.
Rabbi Daniel J Fingerer
Director,
Florida Friends of Yeshiva University
Harry Levy
E Peter Goldring
Executive Committee
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JNF to Honor Leaders at Bikurim Event

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Dr. Irving Lehrman. chairman
JNF Foundation, and Abraham
Grunhut. president, JNF Greater
Miami, have announced that the
culminating effort of the Jewish
National Fund for the 1979-80
season will be a Bikurim
Celebration Luncheon to be held
on Sunday, May 25. at noon at
the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
The honorees for 1979-80. the
various outstanding leaders and
workers will be paid tribute and
special mention and various
presentations will be made to
them.
"This tribute." said Rabbi
Meyer Abramowitz, chairman,
JNF executive board, "will be in
recognition for their efforts on
behalf of JNF.
"It is those honorees. leaders,
and workers, who have made the
JNF what it is today." Rabbi
Abramowitz siad. "They have
elevated the JNF of Greater
Miami to a position of honor in
the Jewish National Fund of
America." he concluded.
A musical program is being
arranged by Shmuel Fershko.
The public is invited to attend.
The Birkurim Dinner Committee
consists of the following:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Mr and
\tn My Akop. Mr and Mrs Lou
\ronaon Prof Andre S Hlalolenkl.
^eiter Blgelman. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Mr and Mrs George Brodie, Leon
3uda. Shmuel Fershko. Jack A FllosoJ.
Florence Flederman. Bertha Fox.
Irving Garbcr. Ann Garrtnkel. Toby
Jlaasman. Mr and Mrs. Morris
Srauer. Abraham Grunhut. Mr an1
Mrs Isidore Hammer. Sophie Haapel.
Mr and Mrs Peter Heller. Joseph Hill.
Mr and Mrs Morris Horowitz. Ida
Jacobowitz. Rose Kass. Bernard Katz.
Rae Kaufman. Rebecca Kaufman. Keve
Kessler
Also. Shirley Kotln. Mr and Mrs
Harry Kroll. Mr and Mrs I .eon
Kronhelm. Sam Kusnetz. Rabbi David
[.ehrfteld. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Rose
Letter. Moe Levin. Mr and Mrs Julius
Levlne. Clara Mazer. Augusta iGuzi
MenU. LeoMlndlln. Mr and Mrs David
Moskowltz. Mr and Mrs Sam Pascoe.
Birdie Pumper. Miriam Press Mr and
Mrs Moe Relffen
Also. Isidore Rlffkln, Maurice Rob
bin. Cella Rosenblatt. Frieda Sack.
Ernest Samuels, Abe Savelle, Oscar B
Schaplro, Igor Schultz. I.eon Schuster.
Kathy Schwartz. Oscar Shapiro.
Thelma Sheckter. Bernard Silver. Doris
Skol. Mr and Mrs Joshua Stadlan.
Guasle Tabach. FreldaTobey. Gertrude
Weber. Ida Weasel, Mr and Mrs
George Wind. Sid Wladaver. Ann
Zuckerman.
Pantry Pride Offers Generic Products
Pantry Paide supermarkets
from Key West to Fort Pierce are
now stocking and introducing an
extensive line of over 40 generic
products.
Announced by Leonard Slider.
president of Pantry Pride's South
Florida region, the new "non-
brand" label products are being
offered to help shoppers save
between 16 and 60 percent from
the prices of comparable national
brands.
"Due to the inflationary spiral.
generic products have become
particularly attractive to the
consumer because they are a
sensible way of holding down the
costs of food." Slider said. "The
food products are as wholesome
and nutritious as any national
brand, although there may be
some variation in their taste and
color."
Withe the consumer the
ultimate benefactor, now able to
stretch the buying dollar. Slider
noted how cost savings are
passed on through the use of
generic products.
Slider explained that there are
several reasons why the
economy minded shopper comes
out ahead:
"Generic items cost less due to
the lower cost of ingredients,
with a difference in quality from a
customer's point of view often
very insignificant. While generic
food products may be less
uniform in size, color and texture,
they are as wholesome and
nutritious as national brands and
our private label Pantry Pride
brand. F.ach item is packed under
the same sanitary and quality
control standards.
Labeled in black
Another factor that con
tributes to savings is that there is
no manufacturer advertising. The
retail prices of nationally-known
brands on the store shelves not
only support advertising cam-
paigns, but also reflect costly and
complex sales distribution
networks and new product
development activity."
He also added that the price of
the generic products is kept down
by the use of less expensive
packaging and labels, lighter
weight packages, and by limiting
the sizes of different items to
reduce handling, ordering and
warehouse costs.
Making their appearance on
Pantry Pride shelves, and labeled
in white and black for easy
identification. the generic
product line is generally limited
to the popular sizes. Initially,
products being stocked include
vegetable oil. preserves, peanut
butter, juices, vegetables,
cleaning products and paper
goods.
Slider added that while the sale
of generic products will be at the
expense of some national and
Pantry Pride private label house
brands, the chain expects to
increase its volume by attracting
inflation-weary shoppers who feel
that price is more important even
while sacrificing some degree of
quality.
and white for easy identification. Pantry
Indes line of generic food and household products add-, an
ZuTX-" '' f"r ,he eon9Umtr "",cerned "">> '"<- :
'Frontiersman' Published
Publication of a new
monograph, "Jewish Fron-
tiersmen," has been announced
by the Jewish Historical Society
of South Florida. The project was
completed under the direction of
Harriet Green, president of the
society which studies and records
the histories of Jewish com-
munities from Tampa south to
Key West
Authors of the 56-page
publication are Malvina W.
Liebman. former official of the
Dade County public school
system, and Prof. Seymour B.
Liebman. past president of the
Jewish Historical Society.
Copies of the book are
available at several local
bookstores and at the offices of
the Pioneer Women Council of
South Florida
The monograph is the first of a
series planned for publication
during the next few years, ac-
cording to Mrs. Green, national
vice president of the American
Zionist Federation.
The Liebmans' study traces
the roots of Jewish settlement in
Florida from the time that David
Yulee, the state's first United
States senator, was named in
1845 when Florida was admitted
to the Union, i ulee, who was
Jewish, changed his name from
Levy. Levy County in Florida is
named in his honor.
South Florida's Jewish
community today numbers more
than 400,000 permanent
residents in Dade. Hroward.
Palm Beach and Monroe
counties, according to Gerald
Schwartz, board member of the
historical society and regional
director of the American Friends
of Haifa University in Israel.
Schwartz says the area is the
nation's fastest growing Jewish
communitv.
JWV Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans. South
Dade Post 778. will meet on
Thursday, May 8. at 8 p.m. at
Temple Samu-Fl with Evelyn
Cohen, president, presiding. The
Post will be meeting also.
A special tribute will be paid to
the oldest mother present and to
the mother with the most
grandchildren, in honor of
Mother's Day.
Edith Novins. program
chairman, will outline
programming for the year. All
interested women in the area are
invited to attend all meetings.
Paul Novak
Morry Nathanson
New Officers to be Installed]
At Temple Ner Tamid
On Sunday morning. May 4,
the newly elected officers and
board of trustees of Temple Ner
Tamid will be installed.
The installation ceremony will
take place at 9:30 a.m. in the
Sklar Auditorium of the temple,
following a breakfast for the
members and officers. The in-
stallation ceremony will include
the officers of the congregation.
Sisterhood and Men's Club.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will
conduct the ceremony and Cantor
Edward Klein will offer musical
renditions in keeping with the
spirit of the occasion.
Morry Nathanson is the newly
elected president of the
congregation.
Paul Novak is the newly
elected president of the Men's
Club of Temple Ner Tamid. Mrs.
Carlton (Mildred) Blake is the
newly elected president of the
Sisterhood.
At this ceremony, the
following individuals will be cited
for their efforts on behalf of the
Men's Club: David Caplan. Her
man Esgar. Edward Marks
Harry Poplin and Hvman
Pollack.
The following will be cited for
their efforts on behalf of the
temple: Ben Jaffee. Hvman
Posner. Harry Miller and Iouis
Suchman.
Tribute will be paid to the out
going president of the con-
gregation. Jack Greenber^. to
the president of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Jack (Betty i Green berg.
and U) the president of the Mm -
Club. Hvman Pollack
Business Notes
The South Florida Chapter of the National Association of
Women Business Owners, a not for profit organization of
women business owners, will hold its monthly dinner meeting
Tuesday, May 13 The moating will be held at the Sheraton
FUverfaouM, Miami Cocktails begin at 6 p.m.. and dinnei
ssrvod at 7 The speaker this month will be Nancy Roes
attorney and formerly eouneel for the Small Business
Administration
Washington Savings announced that foreign currency and
travelora checks will be accepted for on-the-spot exchange to
I S. dollars .it its Meridian \\e Washington Avr Normandy
Drive, Morton lowers. Arthur Godfrey. Lincoln Road and Bs)
Harbor offices Currencies and traveler* check* acceptable for
immediate exchange to IS dollars are Canadian dollars.
British pounda. French and Swiss francs. West German
deutschemarks, Dutch gulden and Israeli shekels
Washington Savings announced the promotion of I K
Diago to assistant vice president He joined thi Washington
Sa\ mgi staff in 1902 at the Meridian branch on M^nroi Beach a-
a head teller and was later promoted to a customer service
representative
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Friday. May 2. I960
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Lerner (^ frank Alan Apte
Plot km
IFF FRANK
\# Ku hard Frank, son of Mr.
d Mr- Kobert Frank, will be
aiit Mitzvah Saturday. May 3. at
10.30 a m at Temple KmanuEl
r>. Irving 1-ehrman will officiate.
The i-elfl'rek student at
the Tempi-' F.manu-F.l Religious
School He attends Nautilus
Junior H.(ih S|r*>ol where he is in
thf itventh grade t-ee plays the
guitar ra.|u'tball. baseball and
basketball
Mr and Mrs Frank will host
th, Kiddush following the ser-
vice! in honor of the occasion and
a reception on Saturday at
Tempi'1 KmanuEl. Special
guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
Joe GarsteJn, aunt and uncle.
Atlanta lia and Mr and Mrs
Marsha L Kratzer. aunt and
uncle. Orlando.
ALAN APTE
Alan Scott Apte. son of Mr.
and Mrs Stanley Apte. was
called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. April 26 at
Tempi.' KmanuEl. Dr. Irving
Lehmian >fficiated.
The .viebrant is a student in
the Temple Emanu-El Religious
School He attends Nautilus
. Junior High School where he ia in
the seventh grade. Alan enjoys
playing te nnis.
Mr and Mrs. Apte hosted a
reception Saturday at Doral
Beach Hotel Special guests
included-Jacob Freud, grand
father Mr and Mrs. Don Apte
CATHY LYNNE
Cathy Lynne. daughter of
Judith E Moline and Charles M
Lynne. will obsess* tier Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congre-
gation Friday. May 2. at 8 p.m
I Max A Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
conduit the servicea and induct
lathy into her responsibilities
and privileges as a member of the
adult Jewish community Dr
Lipschiu will present Cathy with
i Bible oo behalf of the Mollk
Kahamr Sisterhood and Men'a
Club of Beth Torah.
Cathy, a student of the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religioua
School, is now a student in the
Hay class
Cathy is seventh grade
student at Highland Oaks Junior
Hih School.
In Cathy's honor, her parents
will sponsor the Onag Shabbat
following the service. As part of
her ceremony, she will conduct a
portion of the Friday evening
service.
The guests will include her
grandparents. Ida Landau and
Harriet Yellin. and her great-
grandparents. Tillie Ferguson
and Eli Duberstein.
BARRY KRISCHER
Barry Todd K rise her. son of
Iris Krischer. will be called to the
Torah as Bar Mitzvah on May 3
at Temple Or Olom.
Barry is in the seventh grade
at Rock way Junior High School
He is a member of the band,
plays the piano and is a swimmer
Among the special guests
attending are Mr. and Mrs. L.
Rappaport. Mr and Mrs Milan
Hutte. Belle Krischer and Mr.
and Mrs Marshall Fields, of
Chicago.
DAVID PLOTKIN
David Jacob Plotkin, son of
Mr and Mrs Bernard Plotkin.
was called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah April 19 at Temple
Emanu-El. Dr Irving I-ehrman
officiated.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Emanu El Afternoon
Religious School.
He attends Nautilus Junior
High School where he is in the
seventh grade David has been on
Rabbi Lehrman's Honor Roll
several times. He belongs to the
Boy Scout troop 65 of Temple
Emanu-El and loves all sports
Mr. and Mrs. Plotkin hosted
the Kiddush at Temple Emanu-
El following the services in honor
of the occasion and a reception at
Fried land Ballroom
Special guests included: Mr.
and Mrs. George Newfield.
cousins. Scarsdale. NY.; Mr.
and Mrs. John Seeiig. aunt and
uncle. San Diego. Calif.; Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Plotkin, cousins.
Brownsville. Te* ; Dr Jack
I'lotkm. cousin. Houston. Tex.;
Norman Plotkin. cousin. Atlanta.
Ga.; Mr and Mrs. Benjamin
Adler. cousins. Chicago. Ill ; Mr.
and Mrs Isadore Luxenberg,
cousins. Atlanta. G a.
DAVID LERNER
David Lerner. son of Dr. and
Mrs Herbert Lerner of Miami
Beach, will become a Bar Mit-
zvah on May 3 at Beth Israel
Congregation. Rabbi Mordecai
Shapiro will officiate.
David is an eighth grade honor
student at the Rabbi Alexander
S Gross Grester Miami Hebrew
Academy and is interested in
science and the schools com
puter Davids hobbies are
reading. filmmaking and
Dorothy Kaminetzky
t. Mi aawasy/bWaaa m /*< vmummm*)
easts liinsiii'itJl -*- mrndtwrnt^dhm
Aviva Kleiman
\ puppetry
David is the grandson of Mrs.
Rose I-evine. Miami Beach and
the late Rabbi David Irvine and
Mrs. Anna Lerner Miami Beach '
and the late Nathan lerner.
Rabbi from Sweden
at Beth Torah
Rabbi Morton H Narrowe.
rabbi of the Conservative
Synagogue of Stockholm.
Sweden will be the guest speaker
at Beth Torah Congregation at
late services on Friday. May 2.
Kabbi Narrowe is here on a
sabbatical from his synagogue
where he served as rabbi for the
past 15 years. He was ordained at
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
served in the Navy, and was
formerly the rabbi at Satellite
Beach from 1962-65.
He is an instructor in Judaic
studies in the University of
Stockholm and has addressed
seminars throughout the
Scandinavian countries. Rabbi
Narrowe will discuss the history
of the Jews of Sweden and the
Scandinavian countries.
The entire community is in-
vited
Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
Why is if required to recite a
formal type of benediction
after each meal?
The basis for this practice is
derived directly from the Bible
where it is written "You shall eat.
be satiated and bless the Lord
your God (Deuter. 8:10).
This practice follows the general
rule that one is obligated to
express a sense of gratitude to
the Almighty in a form of
acknowledgement for what He
gives us.
Why is the grace after meals
constituted by a number of
benedictions?
Actually there are four such
benedictions through which one
blesses the Almighty. Each has a
historic background. The im-
pression is that it is not only for
the meal which we have just
consumed that we express our
thanks but for the provisions
that the Almighty has afforded
us through history. The first
blessing is said to have
originated with Moses who
blessed the Almighty when He
provided the Israelites with the
heavenly manna during their
travel through the wilderness. It
reminds us that in the direst of
circumstances the Almighty
always makes some provision for
our physical from one's own land
- an element that adds security
and dignity.
The third benediction is said to
have originated through David
and later Solomon in whose time
the Temple in Jerusalem was
built Thus aids the centrality of
Holiness to the provisions that
the Almighty gives. A full life
requires not only physical
provisions but also spiritual
provisions which the Almighty-
allows us to have The fourth
benediction is said to have been
added later on in the rabbinic
period after the destruction ol the
i.mpW and the disappointing
[ution .ii Beui to thai time,
I he
-' to bur)
during th
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Emor '
EMOR Because the Israelites promised to obety God's laws.
He vowed to give them a land flowing with milk and honey.
Among the things which set them apart were their festivals,
liod repeated the laws of festivals to Moses and through him to
all the people of Israel.
The I>ord said: "The seventh day of each week shall be a
Shabbat. a day of holy rest, and no work shall be done in your
homes.
"At sunset of the fourteenth day of the first month, let the
Passover begin. For seven days shall you eat matzah
"And when you gather in the harvest, you shall bring the
first fruits to the priest. And you shall count seven full weeks
after that and proclaim a holy gathering which shall be known as
the Feast of Weeks Shavuot.
"The first day of the seventh month shall be Rosh
Hashanah the New Year on which you shall blow the
shofar The tenth day of the seventh month shall be Yom Kippur
the Day of Atonement.
"On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, let the Feast of
Tabernacles. Sukkot. begin. You shall live in booths for seven
days so that you and your children may remember that you lived
in booths when I brought you out of the land of Egypt. I am
your God." (Leviticus 21 1 24231
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(The recounting ol the Weekly Portion ol the Law is extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic History ot the Jewish Herita*e," edited by P. Woliman-
Tsamir. $1$. published by Shengold. The volume is available at 7S Maiden
ane. New York, NY. I003S. Joseph Schlang is president ot the society
'..Mr touting the volume I _______________^^^__^__^^_^_^^^__i
Bet Breira Announces Art Auction
As a unique part of its building
fund. Temple Bet Breira will hold
an art auction. Saturday. May 3.
at the Sunrise Club Auditorium.
A preview of the works for sale
will be held at 8 p.m.. with the
actual auction beginning at 9.
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
jt Mitzvah Tracey Waxier. Satur
jay morning service 8:30 M.m. Bar
Mitzvah ONtn Kramer. May 4th
10:30 a.m. North Dade Salute to
Israel Pared*. May 4th 8 p.m.
Dedication Dinner-Dance Honoring
Mr. and Mrs. David Adler and Mr. and
Mrs. Mac Kulic*. ^_^___^^__
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 667-55*7 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chelltr. Associate Rabbi
Family aervlce, Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Stuart WeinMatt will speak on
A Magic Formula for the Future."
Singles services. 9:30 p.m. Rabbi
Mitchell Chefrtz. Torah Servic*. 11:15
Candlelighting
Time
7:32
16lyar5740
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BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Max A Lipschitz. Rabbi
Cantor Zve* Aronl
Friday. Bat Mitzvah of Cathy Lynne.
Saturday, Bar Mitzvah of Cralg
Kalver.
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sot Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R. Gerstein. Aas't. Rebel
Hazzan Wm. M. Llpson
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 654-3911 Dally S*rvc*8
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave 658-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon lor Yahrz*it*n
Dally 7:45 a.m. 5:33 p.m.
Late Frl. Eve. Service 7:15 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538-7231
Cantor David Conviser Liberal
Sabbath Services. Fri.. 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Coneervatlv* 538-2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Zvl Adler. Cantor
Friday evening aervice 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Maxwell Berg*r will preach on
"Confuse. Contradict or Control!"
Saturday morning service 9 a.m.
Or. Lehrman will preach at 10:30 a.m
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 687-5657
Michael B. Elsanstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and th* Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141.
Rabbi Mayer Abrsmowitz
Friday services at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
JTEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rebbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services -
10:30 a.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576 4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiit
Executive Vice President
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 2712311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rsbbi
Cantor Ben Dickson
Avron Smolensky, Musical Director
Janet Stone. Early Childhood Dir.
Dorothy H. Grant. Exec. Director
Fri.. May 2. 8:15 p.m.. Late services.
Family Sabbath. Dr. Shapiro will of-
ficiate and bless children with May
birthdays. Sat.. May 3, 9 a.m.. Sab-
bath services.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W S423 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
I.ILIA.NABAEZ
Wile
and
l.lis a BABZ
Husband
TO:: ISA BABZ
' esidence Aildrw!
Unknown
VOU AKK HEREBY NOTI
HED thai 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 AIJJEHT I. CARRI
CARTE PA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2481 NW 7th Street. Miami ,
Florida 33120. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 30. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against,
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published1
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 22 day of April
1880
RICHARD P HR INKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Albert I. Carrlcarte. PA
2481 NW 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33126
i 3001 648 7817
Attorney for Petitioner
08771 April 26.
May 2.8. I. 1880
Public Notices/!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA |
PROBATE DIVISION
Fil* Number 80 2444
IN RE ESTATE OF
ERICC ZWERLING. I
I H* eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
1'" All. PERSONS HAVING!
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
UNST THE ABOVE
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PERSONS INTERESTED IN
HIE ES I I
YOI ARE HEREBY
IFIED thai Ins
ministration of the estate of]
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representative, or the venue or
jurisdii lion ol i he i mirt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS Not SO
FILED vmi.i. BE FORE\ EH
BARRED
i '.ue ol the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration April 25 19M
R.ith Ann /.werling
\- Personal Representative
of the Estate ol
ERICC ZWERLING
I >e eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIt E
Lynn W Fmmherg Esquire
FROMBERG HROMBERO
,v ROTH P A
Suite 800
J500E Hallandale
Beat h Blvd
ii.. andale Florida3M0I
relephone NO 0708
>>77i April.", May 2. 1WI0
IN TM CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 80-5733 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
PIERRE FRANCOIS
Petitioner Husband
and
l.ILLIF HEM.RAIFORD
a k a I.II.LIE
HEl.I FRANCOIS
Respondent wife
notice BY PUBLICATION
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BE LI FRANCOIS reeldencf
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civ,I Action No 10 S8S8 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
B) I leborah 0 Heas
\ I leput) < '>rk
i Circuit Court Seal i
08773 tprUSS.
M..> .'. 8. 16, 18KI (
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Case No 80 S8I8FC
Family Division
in 11* the marriage ol
JUSTIN M MAKER
Petitioner
and
IRENE BAKER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
I',, MRS IRENE MAKER
RESIDENCE t NKOWN
YOI IRE NOTIFIED that
an action tor dissolution of
marriage has been filed
-.st you and you are
i .-quired to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any toil on
I) H Hrody attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
833 NE 167 St N M M Ela
3316 2 on or before May 30. 1880.
and file the original with the
i lerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner 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 April 21
1880
Richard P Bnnker
As Clerk of the Court
by Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08788 April 26
May 2. 8. 16. 1880
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF |
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL .
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case NO. IS 5087 FC
In re the marriage of
FREDERICK MENDONCA
Petitioner
and
BARBARA MENDONCA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO BARBARA MENDONCA I
Residence I'nknown
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that-
an action for dissolution oJ
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
a ropy Ol your
writtei it on
H H Brad) attome) for
Petitioner whose address is
\ I.NH.B Ela
i .hi or before May lii 1900
I with the
erk of Ihu I store
Petitioner or im
ther
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|0r the rellel
mplalnl oi
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WITNESS m) hand and thej.
.. i ,-i in ol 7
I!*>ii
RICHARI H BRINK
is Clerk ol the Court
B) Clarinda Bi l
tpi
Mat
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious rum.- .
ALL T V MAC A/INK and
D Rll ENTERPRISES at
18735 SW 101 Avenue. Miami
EL 33157 intends to register
said names with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida
DONALD DUO AN
Francis E Holden.Jr PA
Attorney [or Donald Dugan
188 Hialeah Drive
Hlaleah FI. 33010
Phone 886-1475
118801 May 2 9
;a.2i laau
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
JIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
rM^rVf? ",cUU<>" name ASH
OPTICAL intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County,
ASHER FREEZER
08782 May 2.8, 18,
23 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 3327
Division 02
m i rn.iEB
SOTH I- OF
\|i\! ITION
,
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, The
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\ interested ;
ourl
WITHIN IMLi- I- MONTHS OF
IHr I IRS PIBI ICATION
, 'I- I'HIS \OTICl
and
, bjecUoi
n to a hom notii
mailed lha
the iii the
quallftcaUoni ol Uh personal
juris
tn Uon ol tin- ouri
U.I. CLAIMS tND OB II C
\s Nor So FILED WILL
BE FORE\ Eli BARRED
Publh atlon ol this Not,. -
oi i pi
Personal Represenlatlve
\- lllieb
Ul >'olllni tsnui Ni
Miami Beat h Florida S3140
\ttorney lor Personal
Repn
Paul M i 'in .Ir
Msl one) Hadk> a
Vlams i \
i im- se Ni. inn
Miami FloridaS313I
Telephone m<% lot HOB
i:;h Ma) 8 IMI
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 127*
Division 07
IN RE ESTATE OF
ROBERTO AY LN
I >*> eased
NOTICE OF
XI'MINISTRATION
I" ALL PERSONS HA\ ING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ES-ATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
EIED thai the administration
Of the estate of ROBERTO
AYA.N deceased. File Number
80-1278. is pending in the Clr
cuit Court lor Dade County.
Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street Miami. Florida
The personal representative of
the estate is Vivian M Ayan.
w hose address is 5310 NW 183rd
Street Opa Locka. Florida
The name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE,
MONTHS FROM THE DATE!
OF THE FIRST PUBLuCA
UON OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due the date when It
will become due shall be
I If the claim is con-
tinent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
1 -tated II the claim Is
rod, the security shall be
Ibed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient roples of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifies
turns of the personal represen
latlve. or the venue or Juris-
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notl< a of
Administration May : i88o
\ n i.in v \\ ai
\- Personal Represi ntatlvs
oi the Estate of
Robi lya
I le. .
sTTORNr Y FOR PERSON il
REPRESEN r \Tl\ E
I.EWISON i: %Y>
\ i-AN. I I
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 80 6731 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ Rl nir M sRRI MJI
HEl I N i-oi I

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M- 8th Street
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WITN i ami lha
at Mlami
Is this 28 la) ".' itprtl
RICHARD I BRISKER
i fieri On ml Court
l iad< i 'ounl \ E.w nu
B) I iEBOH \H ,. HESS
\ Deputy i .
Ma) .' w 18
IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 1ITH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
No 10*210 FC
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
,n re Dm Marriage oi
tMADA BLADiNIERES
I 'etltioner V\ ife
and
Il AN BLADINIERES
Reapondenl Husband
DJ n an BLADINIERES
Fllipinas M*>
Colonia Ports
Mexico 18 I' F
Yol ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are requlredto serve a copy of
vi'ur written defenses. If any.
on George Cheren. 40O01.ybyer
Avenu* Miami Florida 33133.
ISA. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above
styled court on or before June
6 1880 otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the rellel prayed for In the
Petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on April 28 1880
RICHARD!' BRINKER.
Clerk
BY C P COPKLAND
Deputy Clerk
HVI May 2.8.
18.23 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEM that the undersigned,
ilesiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
CANDY KISSES at number
lie.* East M Street in the City
I HIALEAH Florida, intenda
glslar the said name with
the i lerk of the Circuit Court of
I ude County Florida
Dated al Coral Gables.
Florida, this 28 day of April.
18WI
lENNELIJC. INC
1086 East 28th Street
Hialeah Florida 33008
Attorney for Applicant
Kl RTWKLI.ISCH
WELLI8CH. MET/.GER*
LEONE PA
181 Almena Avenue
Suite 200 E
Coral Gables. Florida 331M
i 300 '44S-7M4
08803 May 2. 8
___ IS. a. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COU RT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CstsNo 80-*U8FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
By
CHRISTEI.WII.FORK
Petitioner
ni ITICE OF ACTION
to harry t
McCain
RESIDENCE i skm > n
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoptkM I i
minoi has been filed and
quired to son t .< i op) ,,f
,,,ui written objection if an)
to it on MRI \n iimnn Eq
altorne) foi Petitioner
addn
V M B i- on or before
'
> ith the lerk ol this
, IKII -
"III I "1 II
'
W ill I M
the
niton
'Air. md and the
it il 25
RICHARD P BRINKER
tsCli
M^ i 'larmds Bi
\
Maj .. -. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 1008
Division 01
IN Rl IF
I I on i| ; ;\r HI Rl .h R
'
NOTII > Ol
) H ,N '
tIM OR DEMANDS
tli '. N rll tBOt K
\ll \n: THER
t
IHr-
tRE HERI n N
l
lati
BEROER
t- e Number! -
rout 'isjrt
inly, H
' ,
Miami Florida
the estate is IOSEPH
NECK I and tLBER I LOM Y
175 NE IX
,, -. N Mlam
. a Tamarac
i i The
nanu ami address of the
personal rsprsssntatlves at
#! forth t" si
All persons having i law
demands against UM
WITHIN THREE
MON nis from rHE DAT!
OF IHE FIRST It B
.i tTION oh IHIS NOTICE
lo file with the clerk of the
..r,,.-.. ,,-iit a written slate
menl of art) i lalm or demand
the) ma) have Ea< h claim
mual lie m writing and must
,n,li, ale '.he basis for the claim
the name and address of the
i redltoi oi his agent or at
tome) and the amount
i lalmod If the claim is not vet
due the date when it will
I.e..Tiu due sJuUI be slated If
the lalm is contingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncertain!) -hall be staled If
the i laim is BSCurOd the
I) shall be described
The i laimant shall deliver
lent copies of the claim to
the lerk 10 enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE lo Hie any
objections they may have that
challenge the validity of the
decedent's will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
M.l CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
HARKED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
Administration May 2. 1880
JOSEPH GORNECKI
As Personal Representative of
the Estate of
LEOPOLDINE BEROER.
I >eceaaed
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONA!.
REPRESENTATIVE
HENRY NORTON
1201 Blacayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
:i7 ins
08783 May 2. 8. 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
c.l\EN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
iniier the lo litmus name of B A
H HATH DISTRIBl'TORS at
8881 SW .'lh St Miami FL
331SS intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ol Hade County.
Florida
Bertram Kurland
BenNau
Eugene la-mlich. Esq
Attorney for B A B Bath
Distributors
2720 W Flagler SI Miami. FL
33135
08802 May 2. 8.
18.23. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVESEffv.cr
(NO PROPERTY,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUp0'C'*L CRCU.T Sf
FLORIDA, INAND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 80 J7
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
IN RE IN the UARRIAOI
RODOI POOONZALEZ
III SBAND
and
PAMEI tC Ol i\/ \
Wife
TO PAMELA C OONZa
' i|
i trhi
Vl" M'-K HERF.H
N'TIEIEH thai
r Marrlagi
vrltti defensi
ALBERT
CARRI 'AH :> : \ ,
lot I etltioner l
NW [reel M
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otheiv. .

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Vlbimi .
- Mays '
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUI i OF
FLORIDA INAND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO ? 'S5M
FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
I IHE M tRRI tGE OF
:t \ R tM
I 'etlttonei ^^ ife
and
M tltli' R tMOS
lenl Husband
!" MARIORAM08
11. I N Henderson Road
gton Virgtnia22O00
ol ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action lor
I M>solution of Marriac
'lied against ) I
squired lo serve s cop) ol
* ritten del.
it on A Ku< ttlorne) al law
attorn*) tor Petitioner
address 18 101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami r and file
.* Ith the clerk of
.hove Styled court on .ir
i une nth ISM
trWUk a default will he
II you for the
I i.d in the com
plainl oi petition
nn> notice shall be published
ones each week for four con
*eeks in THE
i A HELORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
... ..( said court at Miami
r I.Tula on this 28 day of April
RICHARI) P BRINKER
AstTerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
IU v. HARKI.EY
As Deputy Clerk
A Koss. Attorney
at Law P A
101 NW 12 Ave
Miami. Fla 1312a
Tel 1306)329 8844
Attorney foM'etitioner
08800 May 2, 8
is 91 1880
V
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
OF THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
ANDFOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 88*118 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE TheMarnageof
ll \ ENTWOG1 TIERRF./
Petitioner Husband.
MARIA DEL CARMEN
OUTIERREZ.
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY ITHL1CATION
YOI MARIA DEL CAR
MEN OUTIERREZ, Avenida
De l-i Corts Catalans No 33S
Pnmera Tercera Barcelona
Spain are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer lo
the Petition For Dlssoluti
Marriage filed against vou
upon Husband's attorney
CEoRUE NICHOLAS
KSul IRE Ml NVJ 12th
Avenue Miami Florida 33138
and file original w ith the Clerk
of the Court on or before June
13. 1880. otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 28 day of April
1880
RICHARD!' BRINKER
CLERK
By CLARINDA BROWN
Deputy Clerk
08788 May 2 8 18 23 1880



Public Notices
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,N0PROPERTY)
,TJ CIRCUIT COURT OF
TMEELEVENTM JUDICIAL
\ riCU"TOF FLORIDA. IN
N0 FOR CADE COUNTY
&"d Action No 663661 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
-OTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
" OF MARRIAGE
HR| The marriage of
^jSIOAMARQUBl
PfUUowr
ESsmabqcb
M II Ql EZ
Reflden. nk nown
REBY N<>TI
_, a petition for
""" Marriage
iimmwfil
iml >'> are
, op) of your
tilt I" ii on
IH IK ..Hot
Mmmjc
\\\ nil 81 No
I il jr. and
um i lerk
. i ourl on 01
MO other
be entered
t|M relief
omptaMiM "
published
foul
IK.WISH
upapei
u i Mid the
il \tumi
I0U .1.4 ^ llf
..( R
I ourt
. Florida
1 Rmw n
I lerk
"
:
Ma) .' 1"<1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
'HE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
C.H Action No M SJTt FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
V
IIKR
M \
I M MUST
. vl'.KTKHUli
-M V
. M W'.i.AI'.r T
o.NALD
"iRGARET
. known
II RBBY NOT1
...-. action for
Marriage ha
M you AJ
. .. ., ip) t
Ul) In
M : I t) KM.TV
' i.... WHOM
tvenue
I. and fiMi Um
lark oi the
twlore
lUMrwtoe a
- enlarad against
tomandad in
peuuon
' published
KM (our ran
in TMK JEW
it) hand and the
ourl at Miami
lU nth day of
RDP MRINKEH
- Clri uit Court
inl) Klorlda
B) flarlnda lirown
* i-puiy cierk
. rl Seal

April IS. 26.
May 2.9. le
V
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BADE: COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
''arnageof
I I'.VRD
Mr)< E
MITHl DALE
VvJlTt Respondent
ind
HRIDALE
> vyi k:
\ So |xw
' S' Haitian, Haiti
ARK HEREBY notified
. l million for Dissolution
has been filed
""I von are hereby
rvearopyofyour
" ,'""" on the Petitioner.
LESTER ROGERS
' 'II'-s- l.s iS4 NV. 17
Miami Klorlda 33123.
''Rlnal with the
itylad Court
"' this 16th day of
'". or a Default will he
un.tyou
UO. Ilth day of
l!l(-HAHDP BRINKER
<'lerk of
pircuMOourl
) l.tundallrown
"eputy Clerk
April IN IB,
May 2. 9 I9H0
M,
l|
IN Trtl CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Cast Ne *-SS I FC)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
IN It K The marriage of
NICKR ARMSTRONG
Petitioner Husband
vs
MI(i;iMA I.ETIT1A ARM
STRONG
Respondent Wife
TO VIRGINIA I.KT1TIA
ARMSTRONG
libCassville Road
Carteriville. Georgia
30120
YOI' ARE NOTIFIED that
an art ion (or DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE ha* been filed
against you and you are
required to nerve a i'op> o( your
w ntten answer and d.-i.-n
any to it on DANIEL
.; vi.1.1 P ESQ. plaintiff
attorooj whoeeaddreai ls2B86
lo Street I l or .ii
I- lor Ida MM on or
before Ma) 23 i9*n and
ih. original ith the rlerl
till- ourl .Mill, r
.i plainUfl .. im
medlatel) Ihereaftei
i-.- .. default win
agalnal vou
demanded in lh< i ..nt or
petitl
w ITNKSS m> hand and 11
tprll 14
RICH \RD I' BRISKER
Cli I
IU it U'.I.nd \ BROWN
\ r k
ia ."
M
2, t \tt
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION FC
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
N RE The mal
i Hie Adoption
.1 .i Minor b)
WILD IM \ IL'UO ir
Petllionei
To PATRICK \
CALLAHvn
RESIDENCE Ml DRESS
INKNOWN
Vim \IO HEREBY NOTI
KIKII Ihal i Petition Foi loop
lion has been I
.n.j you in n II
p your written defenari
tl Ml- I'.T 1.
i IKRK'AH IE PA attome)
lot I'elitlonei
. i l '. .\ Street Miami
I- loi ii flit the
. ..- ark of the
- before
\l ,.
\ UU l.'l Hi-
tin-. umplainl or peiition
I'lu. noli, -luill !> pub
in till- IEWISH
KU>RIDI \N
w ITNr *S m> hand and Ihe
v
Klorlda on Ihii i"Hi da)
RICHARD V BRINKER
\. ciei ? airl
l lade .'la
it\ 'i.ir inda Brown
\ i irput) I'lerk
< "ir ml i'
tlbvrt I. <"-ir rii art* P v
.mi n\v :th sir.
Miami Klorlda ISI28
i*lT
\tlor ne) lor I vtition.-r
OKI April II 29
_____ Ma> J.. l*u
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No t)M0FC(O2l
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
CA.Sll.DAJ I'ADRON.
a k a CASH.DA J
FERNANDEZ PEREZ
I Ylitioner
EVAR1STOL PADROM
Raspondenl
Tl) KVARISTOI.
PADRON
llemden.e t Inknoa n
YOU \RE HEREBY N'>T!
PIED Ihal .i I'-'tition lor I ii-
olution oi your Marrtaga ha-s
ih-.i filed and commenced In
Ihia Court and you are raqulrad
Id terve .. i op) ol your wrttten
defense! it an) la II on C u<
: us A MKMD / K-'l M'"'
n.-v im Petitioner whoae
ddreaa la -*>'. <' Avanua
hi xi.k.ah Florida JJ012 ""!
file Ihe original with the Clerk
oi ihe styled Court on or before
Maj '" '*" otherwlaa a
default m he entered agalnal
mi ior the r.-ii'-i prayad (or m
111.- omplalnl or petition
nw> notice ahall he published
once each wMk hn tow
conaecutlve weeki in thi-.
JEWISH FLORIDI AN
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and UM
waj oi -.ml Court .il Miami
Florida on Uili 'i-'4 "' AP-
IMD
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Cii' '' Court
Dado Count) Kiorula
iu N v Hewetl
As DapUt) Ciei h
c.nio- M Mendel Esq
.'wc.'i W llli Avenue
Hialeali Hoi id.. 13012
Mi.iin.-i forPatiUonei
iprtias
Ma) -' I H '*"'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADC COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number H2
Dimon 03
IN RE KSTATEOF
OLGAKRAUS.
I >e ceased
N i )TICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
Tt> AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
WE ESTATE
Vi II ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIKIi that the administration
Of the estate of OLI IA KRAI'S.
ised Kile Number hii S242
ii pandini in the Circuit court
(or Dadf County Honda
Probate I >u i-iori the address
oi in. n la i i.ide Count) Court
I Weal Flagler Street
rida [Tie |..-n repn
HENRY NORTON whose
I \\.- -i )- ,
Suite 1201 Miami
Florida J3I30 The name and
iddri be pi i ..; rep
ittornej in tel
elow
urn- or
I.-n. i ilean
WITHIN THREE
Mo\ III I Ri .\i PHE DATE
THE I- IRST PI Bl
riON ..)- Tin- NOTICE
-mUi ihe .-. .- the abovi
ourl i itemenl ol
-. ma)
i id um must be in
K and n lirate thi
um ihe name
Ihe redll
Home) and Ihe

lui Ihi late when h
...... : .- -lull be
I II Ihe .urn i- on
unliquidated Ihe
unt) ihall
" -i u.-.l ii the rlaim li
urlt) ihal I be
- laimanl
i- .. r null ii lent i iptea oi um
um I lerk I able the
ne i op) to i I
ntatlve
I persons ii ,ri the
. late to hon i py ol thli
oi \.|.": itral m has
,-. req
BIN THREE MONTHS
i Iti IM THE DATE "K THI
11 Pt'HLICATION IF
N-' I ii 'K to file an i
ma) have th.it
Ihe validit) of the
iii the quallfli ,i
: thi pel *ina pn
or juri>
ill lioi "ir t
U.I. CLAIMS DEM WI'>
\N|. OBJECTIONS NOT SO
I- I I.ED WIU. MK. FOREX ER
IIAItl
Date ol the flral publication
ol II NoUci ol \dniini-
\l .
Hem v Norton
\- I -.-r rnaJ Repr.....num f
oi the Estate ol
OLGA KRAI S
I leceaaed
\ m iRNEi ^ OR PERSON \;
REPRESENTATDK
HI- NRY NORTON
i kc.-.i Flagler st
- le 1201
Miami Ho-
phone ST< :u 16
\t..\ 9 t IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
;i\K.N that the undersigned.
desiring to nfjajn In business
un.iei the (i. -uuous name
VINTNERS ASSOCIATES at
itni Hn.kell Avenue Suite *1
Miami Florida M131, intends
eglstei Mid name with the
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of
! ia k County, Honda
\ osne Romanee Trust
Jean St Terre Trust
Lynch* Mages Trust
H aut Hnon Trust
Chassagne Trust
V guem Trust
I'.i. krn.m Neuahl*
.v Rosenberg
Attorneys (or
\ |NTNERS ASSOCIATES
08775 April 28.
May 2 1. HWO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
dealrlnf to angaga in business
under UlC Iiititious name
I'l MBERLAND DISCOUNT
CENTER at 330 Lincoln ltd
Miami m.-.u ii n.i 33139. In
tend- to register said name
with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court ol DadeCount) Honda
Pedco I Hacounl
Druga Ini
,i plot Ida corporation
d i. Cumberland
I nscounl Center
lonaUianD Belofl Esq
Smith Mandler smith.
Wernei JacobowlU Fried
i \
Mil I.in.oln Road
Miami Beach. Fla M1SJ
Apnl JS.
Ma) -' '' i*w
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN lhl ""' undersigned.
run I.....<**'' ln bualn'M
, ihe (i.titmus names
iamn BAKERY AND SAN
HVSICH SHOP .il IST3 NW W
Si Miami Fla Mil! intend to
-,, ,.,i.i name nh the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
DadeCount) Florida
t\i in Baker) .i".'
Sandwich Shop Ine
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INTME CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number MUM
Division 01
IN UK ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM DAVIDOWITZ.
a k a A
DAVIDOWITZ.
a k a ABE
DAVIDOWITZ
a k a Aim AM
DAVIDOWITZ
I let-eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
claims OR DEMANDS
IOAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE ANI. ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
nil ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIEt) t luit the .i.liuinistration
ol the estate ol mip.aham
I XV 11 M IVl IT/, del .-.i.i.-d Kile
Numbei -ii .- pending in
the Circuit Court (or I
< 'ount) Floi Ida Probate
I Hi i-ion the .id.In o| vi huh
i kourthouae 73
Ai I- lagler Street Miami
I.. Ph* personal rep
the estate Ii
MARION DRONSKY whose
- SW 1 Tt h
- Miami Florida 33158
in. name and Id------ of the
pri tentative -
below
Ml |-r -or h.i-. |n|| i lam
i I ... Ihe estate an
i VITHIN THREE
\1i>\ I'll.- FRi >M THE I>ATE
'l Mil- FIRST PI M
I.ICVTION OF THIS NOTICE
t.. ul.- Kiih the i lerk ol the
tviittei itatc
rnent oi .my rlaim or demand
Eai n i i.um
be in *i iiiiin and
indu ate the basia foi the i l.iirn
im.- .tnii addreai of the
oi in- agent
torne) .mil the amount
i -.-.I li the < i.um i> nol s .-i
- i -n it v* ill
i......in. due shall be itated li
ih.- i.um i- i ontingenl
uiili'l e nature ot Ihe
urn 111.- i ir.-d the
.'> ihall be de i ibed
laimant -^h.ill deliver
oi the i i.um to
Ihe i lei k to enable Uie lerk to
mail one i op) to .-.t. n person.tl
repn sentativ
\li pei-on- inti rested In the
estate to Ahum .t ropy "t this
Nolii. .1 vlmini.-tr.ilion has
mailed .tr req
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
i III i\i nil- 11 TE OF the
I- IRST PI BLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file an)
-,. hi Uie) ma) hai ih.it
i hallenge the validity ol the
. lit .- III. the
luations oi the personal
. pre M-ntativ or the vei
idii lion ol the i ourl
\U. CLAIMS DEM VNHS
\\|i OBJEtTIONS Nor si i
KII.KI WILL BE Fl >RK\ ER
BARRED
I late ol the flral publn atlon
..I ihii Notn e of
tdministration April -"ft iwn
Marion i ironsfc v
\- Personal Representative
ol the Estate ol
Mr ..Ii.irn I '.is IdOW itz
I ie. eased
ITTORNEY FOR PERSl in M.
REPRESENTATIVE
HENRY Norton
1301 His. ayne Building
19 W eat Flagler street
Miami Fla
Telephone374 :ui
U.sTiiT ApnlJS. Mav Ikyo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. I0-SU4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re Ihe mar-riage ol
SYLVIA RENTERIA
Petitioner Wile
ERNESTO RENTERIA
Respondent Husband
TO ERNESTO RENTERIA
P.O Box 1363
North Hollywood.
Ca HI 607
vot ARE NOTIFIED that
., a.tion lor DISSOl.CTION
i F MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a copy of your
ntten answer and defenses. If
,,, to it on DANIEL
UALLI I' plaintiff's attorney.
whose address is iS5S Saliedo
Jtreel Suite : foral Gables.
Florida JSHS, on or before May
, is.i and file the original
With the .lerk ol this court
elthei baton service on plain
nil s attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwlaa a default
w,ll be entered against you for
UlC relief demanded in the
complaint or peltkai
WITNESS my hand and the
-,al ol tills court on April I,
RichardP Rnnker
cierk iii Uie Court
by a s Carllc
Aa Deputy Clark
0BT3I APnl |s -'S
Miivl !*.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
nil RATE TIME SYSTEMS
I iimki N Miami Av Miami.
Fla intends to register said
name with the cierk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County.
Florida
LOUIS P Graner
Mai l -''< I*'1
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA PRORATE
DIVISION
File Number M U0S
Division 03
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE OF
IDACASPAN,
Deceased
The administration of the
estate of IDA CASPAN.
del eased. File Number80-1605
is pending In the Circuit Court
(or Dade County. Florida.
Probate Dlvlalon, the address
of which is 73 W Flagler Street.
Miami Honda 331311 The
names and addresses o( the
personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set lorth below
AH interested persons are
r equired t. file with this i ourl
within THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE i all
i.um- agalnal Uie ealali and
an) objection by an in
led person to whom
.... mailed that hallenges Uie
validity ol the will Ihe
quallfli atioiu ol Ih* !'lonal
i .-|tr esentatlve v enue or
jiii i.-.li. lion oi the court
M.l Cl.AIMS AND OB
IECTIONS Nor SO FIIJCD
WILL BE FOREVER
II MtRED
l '.r tonal I leprcsentatli e
Stanley i 'aapan
. ikwood Drive
Altamonte Spi ingi Floi
l l FF PESETSKY t ZACK
Mtorn.-v tor Peraona
Representative
b)
..-l I Left
- M-. 182nd Street
North Miami Beach Florida
--. i- \|inl 16
Mju ^insii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No M SII2FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RK, The marriage oi
H M.IN A
CZERNICHOWSKA
Petitioner Wife
and
KV/IMIKRZ
CZERNICHi IWSKE
Reapondent Huaband
TO KAZ1MIERZ
CZERNICHOWSKE
W SPIZOWA6 h mil
il. Wl law Poland
YOI \RK HEREBY NOTI
y\y.\> that a Petition for
Dissolution oi Marriage has
been filed agalnal you and you
i.....luired to servi ipy ol
\ pit adlng io Uie
l 'etition on v* lie .iti,
m \\ s KBSSLER 2301
t 'oiiins At enue No \l *
Miami Beach FL arid file the
original Inswei or pleading In
Uie i 'in..- or the Clerk ol the
t'iri mi Court on or before Uie
i. ol Ma) ihmi otherv.
i ..-Linii Judgment win be
entered againsl you
DATED at Miami Dade
Count) Florida this 21sl da)
ul ypril ii*>ii
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ciei k of Ihe Cln till Court
B) \ I Wadi
I reput) Clerk
nsTiH April 3S,
May3.9, in n***'
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number K ?tw
Division 02
IN RE KSTATEOF
SYLVESTER A
GOLDSMITH
I leceaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
"Die administration of the
estate of Sylvester a
GOLDSMITH, deceased. Kile
Number NO 04. is pending in
Ihe Circuit Court for Dade
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
Il ;:i West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. 33130 The
i.tines and addresses of the
peraonal representative and
Ihe pereoltal representative's
attorney are set forth in-low
Ml intereslid persons are
i.-tinned to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OK
IHh FIRST IM -BLICATION
oh' THIS NOTICE ill all
, l.uins againsl the estate and
12i any objection by an in-
-,-r ested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications o( the personal
rvpresentaUve venue, or juris
dn lion ol Ihe court
Ml. CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER MARRED
Publication Ol this Notice has
begun on Aprtl 26. iflf*o
Pel sonal Representative
Stuart J Miller
lor Jeffereon National
Bank ol Miami Reach
;itu list Si
i Arthur Godfrey Rd. I
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
Attome) for Personal
RepreaentaUvc
MOM MUi M
NEI ESQUIRE
12958 Biaca) ne Hlvd
Suite i"1
North Miami, FlorldaSSlSl
Telephone 3061 ssft S88D
ISsTTfi April 26. May 2. lHXO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA.
IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. SO-StS* FC
IN RE
The marriage of
TEDMAN A GREAVES.
Petitioner husband.
and
CORINK 1. GREAVES.
Respondent Wife
in CORINK I. OREAVBS
I in Rhodes Avenue
Hampstead New York ii580
AtTION RII!
Dissoi.i TIONOF
MARRIAGE
vni ARK HERBY
NOTIFIED that an action tor
Dissolution Ol Marriage ha-
',. nied an-iin-i you and you
are required to ierve i op) ol
your rltten defenses, If an)
It on \KTHI R H LIPSON
attorn. \ im Petitioner
addreai is 1616 Nvi 167 Street
suit,- i in M Miami Florida
- and die the original with
Uie lerk of the aboi
. ourl on oi befoi Ma) 30
otherwise .t default will be
,1 .tn.urisl \ mi Im the
reliel demanded In th.....m
pl.tint or petition
Tin- notice shall be published
.-at 11 week lor fOUl i on
itive weeks In THE
Ir WISH KI.OR1DIAN
WITNESS m) Hand and the
.., oi -.mi court .ti M ..uni
It on this -''-' da) Ol V |.r i
; ie.. i
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ i 'lerk Cln ull Court
DadeCount) Florida
by I ichor ah i; Hess
\- I leput) Clerk
- \|H 11 -T.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NO 60 60S' FC
FAMILY OIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE The marriage ol
WINIFRED m vi: tin
Petitioner wife
BERRAM \ MARTIN
Respondent hush.ind
VOI BERTRAM A MAR
tin residence unknown an
required to die your answer t.
the petition Im dissolution ol
marriage with the Clerk ..( the
Court and serve a copy
-I upon the petltloni -
.. Our n.-v Herman Coher. I
,\ ; -: street Ml
re l une li iis.ii
or else petition will he COfl
'
DATED April 23 I '-
Hit haul P Brinker
t "lerlt Cll. Ull Court
ByN I Hi
Deput) Clerk
Ma) 2.6.11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 80 mFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The M.tr nage ol
EMILE BRVIL
Petitionei Huaband
and
M M DE ERV II.
Respondent VV lie
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
voi MAUDE ERVIL Rue
Mai ajoux No :i port Au-
Prince Halt! are hereby noti-
Iled to serve a copy Ol > our
Answer to the Petition For Dis-
solution of Marriage filed
agalnal you. upon Husband's
attorney. GEORGE NICHO
I.AS ESQUIRE 611 NW 12th
Ui-nue Miami. Klorida S3166,
and die original with the Clerk
ol the Court on or before May 9.
1680; otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 4 day of April.
I6S6
Richard P Brinker. Clerk
By Clannda Brown
Deputy Clerk
iisTL'l April 11. 18, 26.
Mav 2 1680
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
iruler the fit litmus name
tinted Dentist's Leasing at
280 Mini Rd Miami Kla
33166, intend to register said
n.tine with the Clerk ul the
Circuit Court of Dade County
l-'lor nla
Jodi A Hirschfield
Jennifer K Hirschfield
DBTI3 April 11. IN. 25.
May-'. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned desiring
lo engage in business under the
ftcUttOtia name of C G. EN
TERPRISE8 at number 4596
NW 7th Street In the City of
Miami, Klorlda Intends to
register the same name with
Ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Klonda
1 rated at Miami. Klorlda, this
: da) ol April. 1980
CARLOS GARCES.
President
LAWRENCE M SHOOT, BS4)
attorney lor Applicant
:uiim Rise ayne Blvd
Suite 618
Mi.tnii. Klorlda 33137
08723 April 11. 18. 26
May 2. 198i


JK*
D-------,0
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ce No 10 *S FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
CEUJOFERREIRO
Petitioner Husband
VI
MARTAN FERHEIRO
Respondent Wife
TO MARTAN FERREIRO
Blanro Enralada 323
FTov Buenos Aires
Argentina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLCTION
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
'' M.LI I' plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 2355 Salzedo
Street, Suite 30l. Coral Gables.
Florida 33134. on or before May
:in I9M' and filv the original
with the Clerk of this court
either before service on
plaintiff s attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wi.-e a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
teal of tin.- court on April 17.
IMO
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
t'lerk of the Court
by M J 4artnett
At Deputy Clerk
07;'00 Apnl25.
May 2. 16. ivso
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Pile Number M -Jfe7
Division 01
IN HE ESTATE OF
NKI.I.IK CHARLOTTE
UORDONa h
en \ri.ottk NELLIE
GORDON Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The kdmtnlstraUon ol '.he
Estate of NKl.l.lK CHAR
l.oTTK GORDON a k a
CHARLOTTE NELLIE OOR
i pi in dei i i File Number
vi 2W7 101 ling in the
.it Court i' i unty
Florida Probate I 'ivision
* hi. h u rd I -
i int) t'ourtl
M u
la

.
Ml
WITH M '-
I

-. i
lire was
the

rial Rep
venue 'ir Juris
lie 'ourt
mi a ums \nii objec
TIONS not SO FILED WILL
(REV ER BARRI
-' publication
ll notu e ul admims
Ipril2f
El GENE GORDON
nal Representative
7186 Navajo Road
Suite A
Diego California 92119
Attorney For Personal
Kepi saentatlvs
KOBERTL BLOOMBERO
Attorney al 1-iw
603 Blacayne Building
IW Went Hagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Tele phone 305 3712767
07201 April 25 May 2 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 00-460* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
WILLIAM VALLETTE
Petitioner
and
LOR ETTA H
VALLETTE
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO LORETTAH
VALLETTE
Residence Unknown''
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
B H BRODY. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
33 NE 187 St.. N M B FLA
33162. on or before May 16. 1980.
and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter, ether
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 April 1
IBM
Richard P Hnnker. Clerk
\-Clerk of the Court
By M .1 Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
ON70B April 11. IN. 25.
May 2 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 00 5S40FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JOSE JORGE MAIRENA
Husband
and
MARIANA MAIRENA
Wife
TO MARIANA MAIRENA
Residence Unknown
Mil ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED thai 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 ALBERT I. CARR1
CARTE, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
24V1 NW 7lh Street. Miami.
Florida 33136. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above st> led court on or before
May 23* 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you fur the relief demanded in
the i omplalnl or petition
This noli. shall he published
on., each week for four con
secullve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal "I -aid court at Miami
Florida on this ieih da) ol
April. 1V*i
RICHARD P BRINKER
UClerk Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
B) Clarinda Brown
It Deput) Clerk
iCIrcUll Court Seal i
Albert I. Carncarte. P A
Jin\ NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
. MB 649 ti 7
\itoi ney tor Petitioner
ii*7M April 25.
May 2 V 16 men
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No HS423FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The marriage ol
DADO ARCI V
A
and
< | AC" IBOG KB
ro FEI \ i ICOHll
..
Mai
I'm.
IF.REHY M
''

M.HKRI- !
CART1 v
..
NW : I i. i Ml
ind the
. mi the i lerk "i the

M.i. o IBM) otherwUM
-.
rein-1 demand*
mplaint or petition
This not. published
once each ..-k lor four con
SeCUtlVC w ee k I 1!'. IHK
IEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal ol -aid Court at Miami
Florida on this 22 day of April
I no
richap.D P BRINKER
\ i 'lerk Circuit Court
I Mile County. Klonda
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
I Ctrl nit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carncarle P A
24V1 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida 33125
i305i 649 7917
Allomey for Petitioner
08770 April 28.
May 2 V. 16. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names
Glenn and Alberta Neary.
d b a Work at Home
Programs of America at 177
NE 166th Street. Miami. Fla
33162. intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
GLENNNEARY
President
06751 April 16. K
May 2. V lMf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
NKKERTITI TRAVEL at 3051.
Blscayne Boulevard. Suite 202
Miami. Florida intends tc
register said name with th
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Dade County. Florida
HASSAN KHATTAB
Altorney for
Hassan K hat tab
HARRY H SMITH KSy
nil Lincoln Road
sth Floor
Miami Reach Florida 3313V
08712 April 11, 18. 25
May 2. 198J
. ,nc usiuu v-vJOki or
THE DTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA |
NO. '2 3703
(Judge Sam I Silver)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Marnageof
HELENF. WINCOR.
Wile, and
DANIEL 1 WINCOR.
Husband
TO DANIEL I WINCOR
Residence Unknown
YOl ARK HEREBY NOT!
F1ED that an action has been
brought against you by the
above HEI.ENE WINCOR. Pe
Utioner In the above styled
eaUM in the Circuit Court in
and lor Dade County. Florida,
to obtain a judgment against
you for arrears in the support
and maintenance of your
children and the children of the
Petitioner and for arrears of
alimony due to Petitioner pur
suant to the Final Order of Dls
solution of Marriage dated
September 15. IV72 and entered
in the above sty led cause
YOU ARK HEREBY RE
QUIRED I" file your written
defense* thereto with the i'lerk
oi the Circuit Court ol the
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In
and Km Dade Count) Florida,
and to sarve con thereof
u|H.n HY1.AN H KOl'T Altor
ne) tol the Petitioner. 420
Lincoln Road, Suite 338, Miami
Beach Florida 33139. not later
than the It da) "I May 19*0. or
.1 Default will he taken against
you lor the relief sought in said
i vtition
WITNESS m> hand and the
-eal ol -aid ((uirt at Miami
Florida on this I da) of April
limn
Willie Hradshaw .Ir D C
R P BRINKER
a-Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
1 On uit Court Seal 1
HYLAN H KOI r
MUM rstj lor Petitioner
120 I in. oln Road Suite 326
Miami Beach Florida 831 SO
Telephone 13061 638 003
0-7 |8 April II. II 25
______________________Mai- 'i. 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 H4877FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Thi
MACDAI SI IRK '
.mil
-
'.
\ 1:1 HEREBY
.
JOHN I.

\ A
Miami Florid ind
1 -

Ma) P. IS
1 ,.
prayed tol In
; rpel iion
i'ii
each week tor (our on
sreehi in the IEW 1SH
\N new -paper
WITNESS m) hand and the
1 said tourt al Miami
Florida on this 3 da) of April
I UNO
Richard P BRINKER
\ 1 'lerk Or i uit Court
Dade County, Florida
B) Clarinda Brown
As I leputy Clerk
1 Cir< uil l 'ourt Seal 1
John K Mi Hugh. Jr
1615 NW 7th SI No 120
Miami Florida 33125
Attorney lor Petitioner
Phone M] 4373
HH7I7 April It, Ik 25.
May 2 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOB
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CucNo I0 1HIFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
CHRISTO ARAKAS
vs.
SOPHIA ARAKAS
TO SOPHIA ARAKAS
2273 41st Street
Astoria (Queens
New York, NY
YOl 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 GAL
LIP plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 2356 Salsedo
Street Suite 308. Corsl Gables
Florida 33134. on or before May
16. 19*0. and file the original
with the 1 lerk of this court
either before service on plain
tiff attorney or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
llle relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
of this court on April t,
IBM
Richard P Drinker
cierk of the Court
M .1 Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
0ST30 April 11. Ik. 36.
May 2. ivao
r m IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 80-406* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marnageof
ROGER DORLEUS,
Petitioner Husband,
and
GLADYS DORLEU8,
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PlBl.ICATION
YOl I, GLADYS DORLEUS.
Calle 1A No 4 54. CucuU.
Colombia, are hereby notified
to serve a copy of your Answer
to the Petition For Dissolution
of Marriage filed against you.
upon Husband's attorney.
.; FORCE NICHOLAS. ES
QUIRE, 612 NW 12th Avenue.
Miami Florida 33136. and file
original with the Clerk of the
Court on or before May 9, 1980.
otherwise the Petition will be
confessed by you
DATED this 2nd day of April.
IBM
Rli hard P Hnnker. Clerk
B) Clarinda Brown
Deputy Clerk
(IK711I April II. If. 19.
May 2. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring U) engage in business
under the fn litmus name of
OSCARS ORNAMENTAL
IRON al 206 NE 65th St
Miami Fl 3313s intends to
reflate! Said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
1 lade County Florida
lOLEBESARCORF
Eugene l-emlit h. Esq
Attorney for
Iglebesar Corp
2730 W FlaglerSt
Miami Fl
i-77 Ma) 2.9. 16 23 19*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
Case No 10 460' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
MICH \KI.Col SENS
Petitioner
and
I.I.ORIACOI SENS
Respondent
NOTICE oh tCTION
I ( 1 MRS GLORI \
I NS
Resident I nknown
YOl vi'.i- \.>: II IE!) at
in.11 :
1 :
MB l-
-
A
tpril 1
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it* rthel
B) M I Hartnett
\ rrk
UK7M \pi ll II
Ma) .' ivxi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No (0 4|ll FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In 1 e llle mai "age ol
HERBERT \sTon LUTAB
Petitioner
and
1.1 CILLE MAY LUTAB
K.-p. indent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO M CILLE MAY
LUTAB
Residence t'nknown
VOl \HK NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution ol
marriage has been filed |
against you and you are j
reijuirul to serve a copy of your
w 1 illen defenses. If any. to It on
II II BRODY, attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
BU NE 167 ST N M B Fla
33162 on or before May 16. I960.
ami file the original with the
1 lerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner 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 April 1.
IBM
Richard P Brlnker. Clerk
An Clerk of the Court
HyMI Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal 1
06706 April 11. 18.2S.
May 2. IBM
NOTICE UNCER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage In business under the
In tiliuus nameisi Medical
Services of South Miami at 5901
SW 74lh Street, suite No 308.
South Miami Fla 33143. In
tendisi to register said
nameisi with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Barry Mat!
-'4HI1 SW 74th Street
Suite No MB
South Miami. Fla 33143
April 18.28
Mev I V 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 60 46M FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
BARBARA RODHIQl KV.
Petitioner wife
and V
FERNANDO RODRIGUEZ
Respondent husband
TO Far nando Ro.tr nine?
Residence unknown
YOt' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an acUon for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
4 our written defenses. If any. to
it on LAW OFFICES OF
RKICHLER FLEISHER.
altorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 430 Lincoln Road
Suite 438. Miami Beach.
Klonda. 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
May 16. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the 1 omplaint or petition
This notice shall be published
ome each week for four con
.11 nine w eeks in THE
IBM ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNE88 my hand and the
-eal of said court at Miami
Florida OH this 2 day of April.
IBRD
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
\ I ieput) Clerk
Cm uil Court Seal 1
I \w OFFICESOf
RFICH1.ERA FLEISHER
leioldll Ren hler Esq.
I.111.im oln Rind
Suite HI
Miami Beat h Florida .1.1139
0 Tt '."Mil
Mini nes tol Petitioner
IB.T07 April II is 19
M.o I 19W
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 7 to'o
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
UN SH \"
1 '...-. H
MADF.LINI i HAW
'
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l.l P I..-W 1 I
.

,.ii Florida 1 'Ki 01
befon '. m.i ... md file
th< gtnal ii'i the clerk
either bM ervlce
1 mi
medialel) thereaRei othei
^ !. r.i.iit will be entered
.<*. lor the relief
inded in the omplaint "r
petition
WITNESS m) hand and the
il 11 1- ..uit on Ird April
IBM)
R11 Hard P Hnnker
Clerk o| the Court
b) V lUrkley
\ I x puty Clerk
|>7IV April 11 is 25
May 2 1V*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUITINANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 60-4H7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
ALBERTO I
RODRIOl EZ
Petitioner Husband
vs
DIGNA E RODRIGCEZ
Respondent Wife
TO DIGNA ESPINOZA
RODRIOUEZ
1 o Nila Espinaca
de Hustos
Salon Marakabu
t'pala. Frontera Norte
Costa Rica
YOt ARE NOTIFED that an
action for DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of your
written answer and defenses, if
any. to It on DANIEL
GALLUP, ESQ plaintiff *
attorney, whose address Is 2356
Sal/edo Street. Suite 308. Cor-tl
Gables. Florida 33134. on or
before May 16 1980. and file
the original wilh the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or Im
mediately thereafter other
wi-e a default will be entered
against voa tor the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
irt on Apr 3.
IBM
Richard P Brlnker.Clark
1 'lerk ol (he I 'ourt
b) M I Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
O0M tpj 1111.18 26,
May IBBO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 84042 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ANNIE DAISY SMITH
Petitioner Wife
and
JOHNNIE LEE SMITH
Respondent Husband
TO JOHNNIE LEE
SMITH
Residence Address
Unknown
YOl ARK. HEREBY NOTI-
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 1.IPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
addraai is 1515 NW l7 Street.
Suite 110 H Miami. Florida.
33169. and file the original with
I he clerk of the above styled
. ourt on or before May 9. i960.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief detnafiayd^m the com
plaint or pelft lOaK)
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal ol said < our*. Al Miami.
Florida on this 3 day oi April.
1HS41
HICIIAHIrYiaiUNHEK
Vs Clerk "u,*#t Court
I ude Count) ."Florida
B) ClariWoVPlfown
AsDeputyVierk
Oi 1 uit Court Seal
M April 11. 18. 26.
May 2 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
GIVEN lhal the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fu titious name of
MOKTOAOt APPRAISAL *
SALES at number 1630 W
Flaglei st in the City of
Miami Florida intends to
regulei the said name with the
Clerk of th. Cirruit Court of
ilniw aid County Flurida
Dated at Miami Florula this
2nd da) ul April ivao
Philip I. Reppenth.il
\pril II II
May I 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT _
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7f lass
Division 03
N RE ESI TT >l
i'ii VRIJCS VRl N \
nii ru
NS I
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f CHAl
I
i-... 1. i.iiin musl be in
d musl unit, ate the
t.ii no 1 iami me name
ihc 1 redltoi 01
agenl or attorney and the
amount laimea] If tin-1 laim >
1 ,. '.r,. date w hen It
win become due shall be
1 M the 1 laim is urn
lingenl Ol unliquidated the
inline of the uncertainty shall
aied If the claim is
..I the security shall be
dess 1 Ibed Die 1 laimant shall
dellvei suffu lent copies Of the
< laim to tile 1 lerk to enable the
. lerk to mall one copy to each
pei-onal representative
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FIIJ-'.D
will BE FOREVER
BARRED
I >ated January 2tth. 1979
Anthony J Cutrona
As Pers4inal Representative
of the E state of
CHARLES ARENA
Deceased
W illiam M Alper F.sq
Altorney
28 W Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33130
Telephone 1308 1 388 8706
08777 April 36. May 3.16*0
IN TM1 CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CateNe. aa-SISSFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE Toe marriage of
JENNY CACERES
Petitioner Wife
and
OSCAR CACE RES
Respondent Husband
NOTICE BY PCBUCATION
YOl'. OSCAR CACERES.
Rosarlo Santa Fe 8996. San
tiago 14. Chile, are hereby noli
fled to serve a copy of your
Answer to the Petition For Dls
solution of Marriage filed
against you. upon Wife's altor
M) Ueorge Nicholas. Esquire.
>W 12th Avenue Miami.
Florida 33136. and file original
with the Clerk of the Court on
01 he fore May 16. 1980. other
rlas the Petition will be 1 on
ed by visj
DATED this H8h day of
IBBO
Rli hard P Brlnker Clark
larinda Drown
Deput) Clerk
0S7M April
May 2. 8 19*0


it- Peter L. Chinnici, branch manager, American
\lm Lakes Plaza office; Lee Solomon, president,
iens HI Women's Club; Barry D. Siegel, vice
jjmmunuations. American Savings; Ceil Ackerman,
\nt chairwoman. Oriole Gardens III Women's Club;
son. branch manager, American Savings Margate
ican Savings Presents
and Money' Seminar
. vice president American Savings, with assets
jxi, of American exceeding SI .8 billion, is the
Loan A ssociation of fourth largest savings and loan
ated the 1.000th association in the state of Florida
Savings financial and the 28th largest in the United
kJ "You and Your Sates.
Women's Club of
III, in Margate
tendance were Gary
Peter I. Chinnici,
ers of American's
I offices
Savings has been
khe You and Your
program to con-
groups and
sine? Morris N.
pnt. originated the
financial ser.unar in
Notices
ICIRCUIT COURT
FOR
)UNTY FLORID*
1TE DIVISION
HumBer M 1430
ivmonO]
INS
In mo.N
I' IAVINO
OR [>l MA.NDS
\n>>\ E
INI v : OTHER
3TBO IN
re
|K HEREBY noti
I '.-ninistratlon
i HI FtBERT I
ised PUa
I pending In
Court (or Dade
Probate
I hich
It Klaaier Street
- personal
>l the estate Is
I NS hOH
: -^ rtt Street
Hie name
l ittomey are
*
k laimi or
? estate are
WITHIN THREE
toM THE inn:
IT nil
[ iOTICst,
clerk oi ma
witten slate
or demand
lhavi Each elaim
anting and mual
t t tin' i laim
1 Irtaa of the
k-nt or at
the amount
* in is not yet
late hen it will
hall be staled If
"ntingent or
t natura of the
I >hall br dated If
' arrured. the
ll be described
it ihall deliver
) 'he claim to
[enable the clerk to
T>> t" each personal
1 interested in the
hut" a copy of this
^"illustration has
ire required,
HREE MONTHS
DATE Or THE
l-'HI.IfATION Of
ICE la (He any
hey may have that
validity or the
will. the
h* "I the personal
Vs. cir the venue or
l I he court
JIMS DEMANDS,
pTIONS NOT SO
VI. UK KORKVKR
he first publication
Notice of
. ><>n May 2, 1S0
|RDW LYONS
l Representative
he K state of
ITE LYONS
Deceased
_ ^OR PERSONAL
NTAT1VK
P'-SMITH. I A
[Street
"8126
|306, 3M-1100
May 2. v. i80
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 10 *3J FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN HE THE MARHIAGEOF
CARMEN MA/.IERA
Wife
and
III EN A VENTURA
MA/.l ERA
Husband
TO III ENAVENT1 RA
MAZ1ERA
OarrettraM No 27 38
Tuiu.1 Colombia
i LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
YOI ARE HEREBY
\' mriEl i thai an ai uon (or
Man -. haa
been filed
rve a ip} "i
i if an) to
\i BERT I.
I'ARRK'AKTt I \ atlomey
hii I vti! i : .
\\\ 7th Miami
. I file the
ii itii Um lark of the
,iln.\. irt on or before
IH otherwise a
I mill be entered against
>ou !'r tlM relief demanded in
the omplalnl or petition
niu notli -ivall be published
once each areas (or (our con
ecutlvc sreekt In PHE
JEWISH FLORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal <>( said court at Miami
Elorula on this 2 day of April.
isso
RICHARD P BRINKER
la Clerk Circuit Court
L>ade County Elorida
in M ERICE
\ I leput) Clerk
Mberl I. Oarrtcarte P A
;wi NW : si
Miami Eia nua
\lloi ne) lor Petitioner
vrn ;i;
,>7V7 Mas 2 1.
:.i la*"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUOICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO SO *3J8
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAOE
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OP
JOSE R RODRIOUBE
Husband,
and
MARIA ROMEI.IA
KOimiCI E/.
Wife
TO MARIA ROMELIA
RODRIGUEZ
CalleM. 8680
Medellin. Colombia
tOO ARE HEREBY
NOTIEIED 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 ALBERT L
CARRICARTE, P A attorney
(or Petitioner, whose address is
.Mm NW 7th Street Miami.
Elorida 3312. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 1*> otherwise a
. will be entered K'ns
you for the relief demanded In
Ihc complaint or petition
WITNESS m> hand and the
,,-al ol .1 court at Miami.
Florida on Utfa -" day of April.
>MRKHARDP HR1NKER
As Clerk Cir. uit Court
Hade County Elorida
BY N A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
Albert 1. Carricarte P A
MMNWTSI
Miami Eia 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
i305iM7917
*7m is. 23 iao
(bituarica
DRECHSLER
Samuel 7r> Went Halm Beach Aprils
Surviving are ins wife Sarah i hlldren
tin and Marsha I ire. Cran
ford n i Myrna Reich Bayslda n y
brothei loseph Drexlei M Beach
- i- l.-an Kahn West Palm Reach
Dora r neden. Ida Benczer. both ol
Brooklyn. Mildred Tolkoff Hrookllne.
Ma... and granddaughter Joanna Ser
u.es were held April 24 at Levitt
Welnsteln Memorial Chapels. West
I'alm Beach, with Interment In
r- lushing. N Y
DOR MAN
Samuel 83. died April 28 He was a
Miami resident for 30 years, formerly
(nun Ling Island He was co founder of
Oraal Eastern Brass Co In the late
l40s. he retired and moved to the
Miami area He then became a real
estate Investor Surviving are his wife
Esther, daughters. Florence Saundcrs
and Martha Harris; three grand
children, and one great-granddaughter
Services were held April 27 at the River-
side with Interment at Ml Nebo
Cemetery
I FREUND
Jacob. l. died April M A resident of
Miami S3 years, he came from Brook-
lyn, N Y He was a member of Temple
Anshe Ernes and the Israel Emergency
Fund. Surviving are his sons Daniel and
Herbert J of Miami, daughter Mrs
Rae l>incus of Miami, brothers. Ber-
nard of Brooklyn and Herschel of Miami
Beach. 10 grandchildren, and one
great grandchild Funeral services
were held April SO at Gordon Funeral
Home with Interment In Star of David
Memorial Park
Public Notices
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
Import Auto Salvage at 25371
SVi 142 Avenue. Miami. Florida
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrcuf
Court of Lade County. Elorida
WII.KIM ENTERPRISES
INC
A Florida Corporation
By Auillin C Hauper
Idenl
\t IRSH \l.l. H FISHER
Attorne) forW ilkim
l N TKRPRISES INC
i iixie Highway ste KM
Mian SIM
\pril 28
Ma) 2.9, li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIN EN
thai the undersigned desiring
...I*.- m business under the
fictitious name William
.1. d b a I"he Pla< lor
Meal l7oH V\ Dixie Highway.
North Miami Heach. Eia 33ISO
intends to register said name
*iiii the clerk of the Circuit
Court Ol I Mile Count) Elorida
WILLI \M MONTTEL
Pi i sidenl
OBTSI Apnl 1" 28
Mav 2. !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
No IKE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring i" engage in business
: the III tltlOUa name \m!
M RSERY AND KINDER
U wen at SII0 NW .'i Court,
Miami Florida intaiHla to
register said name with the
Clerk "i the Circuit Court ol
i >ade < ouniy Florida
Solanae Rajo
\|inl 4 11 IV M, 1M0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned.
ing U) engage in husiness
undei the millions name o(
FLORIDA PIZZA SI I'I'I.V at
-\\ |SI Ava Miramar.
Honda, intends to register
said name ilh Hie Clerk of the
Cln uit Court of Dade County.
Florida
CONRAD J WEISNER
SOLE OWNER
ggTM April ld.25.
May 2 W 1980
INTHECIRCUITCOURT
OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITIN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 80-4117 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marnageof
M Mil' VINCENT J COLAS,
I'elilioner Husband.
ELJZABETH PIERRE LOUIS
COLAS.
Kesponilenl W lie
V,,i ELIZABETH
PIERRE LOUIS COLAS. Cite
Leacol No 24 25. Cap. Haitien
Haiti are hereby notified to
..i w a I opy of your Answer to
UlC Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage Hied against you
upon Husband s attorney
GEORGE Nicholas
KSUIIUK. 612 NW 12th
tvenue Miami riorlda 11188
.uni nie original >th Clerk
ol the Court on or before June
|I l|*Mi olr.erv.lse Hie PotlUOil
a ill he confessed by you
DATED this 211 day of April.
""rICHARDP BRINKER
CLERK
BY C1.AR1NDAHROWN
Deputy Clerk
11B7aK May 2. 9. 18.
'"^ 23.1980
KLEIMAN
Louis !: w Miami died April 22 A
resident 18 yean he was formerly of
uid Ohio Surviving are a
in plie* Elliot Kleiman of Hollywood.
and niece Cyril Moss ol Cleveland Ha
under ol the Provident Loan Co
era ervtcei wars held April 24 at
Ide i hapel contributions may be
made to the American Cancer Society
FELDMAN
raniua HJ Miami Beach, April 22 she
was a raaldanl here (or 24 years, for-
merly of Hartford. Conn She was the
mother of Melvln T Greene of South
Miami, grandmuther of Daniel Greene
Koerug Services were held April 24 at
Rubin Chapel with Interment In
Lakeside Memorial Park
CLICK
Sidney. 78. Miami Beach He was a
resident here for over 40 years, for-
merly of Indianapolis. Ind He was the
husband of Rose Click of Detroit. Mich .
and brother of Mrs Matilda Michaels of
Miami Beach, Mrs Hannah Cohen of
Miami Beach. Mrs Jessie Cohen of
Reseda. Calif.. Ben Gllck of Miami
Beach and Jack Gllck of Harrtsburg.
Pa. He was a member of Monument
Lodge No 887 EAAM of Indianapolis
and the American Legion Poet No. 86.
He was a professional boxer Services
were held April 24 from Rubin
Memorial Chapel with Interment at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
KATZ
Sol S 78. North Miami Beach, formerly
of Newark, N J died April 22. He was
the husband of Mae Katx. father of
Paula Zlnnemann of Beverly Hills,
Calif grandfather of Jeff, Amy and
Cory, brother of Helen Elsen of Holly-
wood He was a memberof B'nal B'rlth,
Point East Anglers Club, the 100 Club,
the Hollywood Radio Club and was
known as a ham radio operator and a
memberof the Marco Medical Network
He helped dlsadvantaged people,
mostly In Central and South America
Funeral services were held April 23 at
the Riverside with Interment In Lake-
side Memorial Park
ABRAHAMS. Esther W Hsllandale
April 22 Riverside
HERR Herman 1 Hoppy 1 58. Miami
Reach Rubin Lakeside
I lECKER Samuel T- 71. April 22 Slnal
Memorial Chapel lakeside
HORN Helen 7:1. l-auderdale l-ikes
liordon Star of David
KRATA Sarah, n Deerfleld Heach
i Jo. don
M LNOES Abraham 77. Miami. April
.'.' Riverside
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Itjstf Par Ciatee) Sakaetn
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 766-7888
GOLDY
Nathan. 79. April 27 A resident of
Miami 53 years, he came from New
London Conn He was a member and
honorary board member of Temple
Zamora Ha wag. a member of B'nal
11 nlli Hadassah Associates, American
S.H ieiv of Sanitary Engineering. AARI'.
Plumbers Local Union No 519 of which
In- wa> secretary treasurer for 19 years
and i member of the advisory board of
the Elorida Industrial Commission for
12 years Surviving are his wife
Rebecca, brother Bernard Greer of
lx>s Angeles; sister. Hertha Nagdyman
Ol New latndon and Lillian Ealevlc of
ormond Beach, many nieces and
nephews, grandnleces and aiephews
and great grandnephews Euneral
services were April SO at Gordon
Euneral Home with Interment In Mt
Nebo Cemetery
GOLD. Samuel. 84. April 20 Gordon
Mt Nebo
KAPLOW. Lena. 93, April 21 Riverside
Mt. Nebo
GLICK. Sidney. 78. April 23 Rubin Mt
Nebo
BKOWNSTEIN. Ethel. 84. April 22
Riverside. Mt Nebo
COGEN. Hesste. 84. Miami. April 27.
Rubin
GOLDSTEIN. Ida. 72. Hollywood. April
27 Riverside.
LEVY. Bertha iMolkoi. 78. Miami
Beach. April SB Riverside Lakeside
METZLER. Laurence. 71. Miami
Beach. April Riverside
PITCHERSKY. Sylvia S.. 72. North
Miami Beach, April 27. Riverside
SACHS. David Joseph. 73, Miami.
Riverside Lakeside
7.ERNIT, Joseph at., Miami Beach
Riverside
1 KAPLAN. Mrs Rena. Miami Beach
Rubin Lakeside
SEIDENBERG. Arthur. 88, April 21
Riverside
ZUCH. Malvlna. Miami Beach. April 21
Riverside
MERMEI.STEIN. Blanche. 88. Miami
Gordon
POPKIN. I)r Norman. 71. Miami
Beach Gordon
SABER, Hyman A 8K. Hollywood.
April 22 Riverside
WILNER Eileen. Hallandale. April 23
iii\ erside
BROWNSTEIN, Ethel Riverside Mt
Nebo
CITY MEMORIAL AND
MONUMENT. Inc.
7810 N E 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida 33138
EVELYN or
BERNARD SARS.SOHN
OFFICE 759-1669
RES: 271-4430
f
DRECHSLER Samuel. We extend our
sympathy to Mr. Joseph Drexler on the loss of his beloved
brother and to the entire family. As a devoted supporter
of Shaare Zedek Hospital and Jewish Life, we pray that he
will find solace in his many kind deeds. May the family
be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
American Committee for Shaare Zedek Hospital
in Jerusalem.
( h.irli- Bendheim. President Sidney I. (llson Chairman.
Ludwig JetiHelwin. Chairman (ireater Miami Chapter
Max Stern, Honorary Chairman Samuel M Zabel. Kxecutive Directs*
Nurbert Straus-*, Treasurer
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
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