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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( 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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
.U Number21
rwo SECTIONS
Miami, Florida, May 16, iuko
By M*il to Cent*
Pries 36 Cant*
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Shav not li Holiday Brings
Memories of Exodus
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Skauuoth uill be celebrated next Wednesday and
Thunday. May 21 and 22 tor more on the holiday that
marks the git ing of the Imu on Mount Sinai, Sfl Pane .">-
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count tii- together two of the
most important phenomena in
Jewish history the exodus from
Egypt and trie revelation of the
commandments at Mount Sinai
These two are indispensable to
the achievement of the goals of
Jewish idealism
THE EXODUS emphasizes
the ideal of freedom There can be
no free revelation of the word of
the Almighty to a people that is
not free It cannot be expected
that a person commit himself to
anyone if he is not free to do so
because of compulsory servitude
to another The revelation at
Sinai stressed the ideal of
covenant by mutual commitment
between the Almighty and his
people
Freedom is almost non-
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Psychological Barrier
Women Continue Struggle
Against Bar to Rabbinate
K *RK "A deeply
Efc i"* *"men from
2 equality in Judaism.
Khili'V,'ai,,r,Kaulho"ly
jT^wealiandatbto.
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said that this barrier is based on
fear within the Jewish com
munity. among women as well as
men. that the advancement of
females to full equably with
males would shatter the Jewish
family
ADDRESSING a luncheon
sponsored by the Anti
Defamation league of H nai
H nth. Klagsbrun said that this
fear is real because the
sweeping changes introduced by
the widespread women s
ravohltion have included "a
Continued on Page 3 A
Sadat's Talks
Halt Puzzles
Negotiators
H> DAVID LANDAU
'Jerusalem'
And JOSEPH POLAKOFF
(Washington)
President Anwar Sadat"s
decision to suspend the
autonomy talks on both the
ministerial and working
committee levels drew ex-
pressions of surprise and
regret from Israeli officials
and apparently caused con-
sternation in Washington.
Secretary of State Ed-
mund Muskie promptly
called home the U.S. Am-
bassadors to Israel and
Fgypt, Samuel Lewis and
Alfred Atherton, for con-
sultations. The two envoys
who returned to Washing-
ton have already met with
Muskie at the State De-
partment to plan ways to
have the talks resume.
Special Ambassador Sol Lino-
wit/, who has been representing
the U.S. at the autonomy talks,
also returned to Washington to
brief President Carter and the
Secretary of State. The State
Department predicted that the
suspension would be only
temporary
SADAT'S unexpected move
President Sadat
followed the adjournment last
week of the latest round of nego-
tiations at Herzliya where, after
six days, no discernible progress
was made on key issues.
Although disappointment was
expressed by all parties, in-
cluding Carter, the talks had
been scheduled to resume this
wit-k in Kgypt.
Before leaving the Middle
Fast. l.inowitz said Sadat
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Annual Meeting
Federation to Honor
Arkin, Adler June 4
The Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 42nd
annual meeting and dinner
will honor Federation
President L. Jules Arkin
and Vice President Samuel
I. Adler, general chairman
of the 1979 and 1980
.Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund, it
was announced by Morton
Silberman. annual meeting
chairman.
Hundreds of leaders from
Federation and its family of
agencies are expected to par-
ticipate in the event, which will
ba held at the Carillon Hotel on
Wednesday. June 4. with a
racaption tieginning at 6:30 p.m.
and dinner at 7:80 p.m Dinner
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Mr*. Clara L'rquhart. who donated a collection of letters from Albert Schweitzer to TelAvit
University, receives a scroll of appreciation from Col ire* I YosefCarmel, I ice chairman o/
the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv I nil ersity
Headlines
Europe Bows to Arab Oil Gluttony
The president of the American Jewish Congress
has charged that there was a direct link between
Wwtcni Ku rope's growing acceptance of the
F'alestine Liberation Organization and the up-
surge of Arab terrorist attacks against Israeli
civilians."
Commenting on the murder of five Israelis in
Hebron, Howard M. Squadron of New York told
a session of the organization s national biennial
convention that "The royal welcome given to
Yasir Arafat by the government of Spain; the
diplomatic recognition extended by Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky of Austria; the eagerness of
French President Giscard d'Estaing and British
Foreign Secretary Carrington to embrace the
PI.O these acts only encourage and incite the
F'LO to further atrocities in fulfilling its vow to
destroy the Jewish state."
A young West German woman. Susanne
WiUema of Dusseldorf. has come to the United
States to intern in a unique human relations
program co-sponsored by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B rith and Action Reconciliation
Sen ice for Peace a German-Christian group
stn\ ing to atone for the Holocaust with con-
Structive actions. Williams is the second rep-
resent Stive ol this group to intern at ADL.
According to Nat Kameny. chairman of ADL's
Program Committee, the interns spend a year in
the United States under the auspices of ADL's
Center for Holocaust Studies. The objective, he
said, is to provide them with a positive experience
it American human relations techniques for
counteracting prejudice, and developing inter-
group understanding
Irving Herman, of Kvanston. 111., has been
appointed associate director of development for
B nai B'rith International. Dr. Daniel Thursz.
executive vice president, announced.
Thursz said that Herman, who will work out of
Washington, will concentrate on expanding B'nai
B'rith donor clubs and work in close
collaboration with director of development Sidney
Closter in other areas as well.
Prior to forming his own firm in 1973. Herman
was a senior development director for Brandeis
University and executive director of the Central
Stales Region of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America
Jerome S Cardin. Baltimore attorney, has
l>een unanimously elected a national vice presi
dent ot the Jewish National Fund of America, it
arai announced by I)r Samuel I Cohen. JNF
executive vice president.
Cardin. a charter member of JNF'l National
r oundat ion Commute*, has been a member of the
Board of Directors of the JNF Maryland Council
since I960, and a member of the National Board
since 197J He was president of the Maryland
Coundl from 1965 to 1969. and chairman of its
t,,,rtifrom 1970 to 1978
A resolution calling upon President Carter to
publicly condemn the brutal PLO Massacre in
Hebron and urging him to spearhead a movement
which asks lor the removal of the PLO from
observer status at the United Nations and par-
ticipation in all international bodies was un-
animously adopted by Kmunah Women of
America at its national convention in Fallsburg.
N Y
By these murders, the PLO has served notice
to the world that it is an outlaw organization
intent on terrorism and therefore, cannot and
must not sit on an international body comprised
of civilized nations." declared Toby Willig.
Kmunah Women vice president in charge of
public affars.
The national convention of the American Red
Cross in Los Angeles this week considered a
resolution that urges the International Red Cross
to recogni/e Magvn David Adorn iMDAl. Israels
National Red Cross Society
The resolution, which was presented by the
Harrisburg Area Chapter. Harrisburg. Pa for
consideration by the convention, states in part
that while "MDA has met every criterion for ad
mission to the family of Red Cross Societies
except for an approved emblem. MDA is still
not accorded recognil nn because it chooses to use
as its symbol the Red Star ol David, instead of
the Christian Red Cross. Moslem Red Crescent.
or the Red Lion and Sun of Iran
The growing shadow effect" of Arab influence
in the United States is impelling American cor-
poratiOfU to act as they think the Arabs want
them to act, according to a report to the
American Jewish Congress national biennial
convention.
Walter Stern, vice chairman of the board of
Capital Research, a New York-based economic
consulting firm, said that "even though the
Arabs do not request it directly and despite the
federal laws protecting American companies from
the Arab boycott many U.S. firms operating in
the Middle East do not deal with Jewish-owned
companies or send Jewish employees to the Arab
world for fear of economic reprisal
Milton Ellenn. director of the Trends Analyses
l)i\ ision of the American Jewish Committee, has
been named 1980 recipient of the organization's
Sol Feinstone Grant for in-service training,
according to an announcement by Bertram H
Gold, \JC' executive vice president
The pant wa- Mtabliahed b) Feinetone, a
noted philanthropist, i andauthoritv on
American Revolution, through a maior con-
tribution, the annual income of which is used to
enhance the professional development of a desig
oated member of the A.JC staff
Feinetone, now 92 yean old. came to the
United S( m Lithuania in 1902 He has
tmaeeed the largest private collection of
American revolutionary manuscripts and memor
abilia in the world and established the David
try of the Americai Revohitioi near his
home in W ashmgton Crossing, Pa
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Drinan Hopes His Voice Will Continue to be Heard
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MM and Soviet Jewry in
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Jjfwsh Telegraphic Agency.
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dEdah
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security MUfOM, there has lnvn ;i
significant rim in tartoriat ac-
tivity in that territory and a cor-
responding decline on the West
Hank Terrorists seta inside
Israel have increased but attacks
on Israeli targets abroad have
dropped in recent months
Securit) sources h.i\. made
public additional information
about terrorist activit) They
reported that more than half ol
the terrorist cells uncovered while
still in the process ol formation
belong to II Fatah
JERUSALEM American
diplomat Philip Habib met Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
Monday to dlSCUSS plans tor the
sharing ol the Yarmuk waters
beneath the southern slopes ol
the Golan Heights
The veteran diplomat came to
the Mideast to try and work out a
compromise between Israel and
Jordan The Jordanians want to
build a big irrigation project
the Makarvn I lam on the Yarmuk
Kiver This river runs inside Jor-
danian territory, but its waters
feed the Jordan Kiver. which is
an important water source in
Israel
Prime Minister Begin told
Habib that Israel did not oppose
the Jordanian project, hut Israel
wanted a solution which would
ensure her water rights
KIAMKSHA LAKE. NY.
The Rabbinical Assembly, the
international association of Con-
servative rabbis, opened its BOtfa
annual convention at the Concord
Hotel here with the controversial
issue of the ordination of women
high on the agenda.
Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, i sei
Utive vice president of the
organization, referred to it in his
opening address when he urged
the 600 delegates tn approach the
subied in a balanced way that
respects the sensibilities of the
traditionalists who oppose or-
dination of women but would
recognize that the liberal also
has ,i, onscience
The debate is SXDOCtod to be
enlivened b) the lobbying activ
tties of the Croup for the Rab-
binic Ordination of Women
it; ROW i which plans to present a
petition signed by Conservative
Women Still Struggle for Pulpit Access
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disrupt i\e element among its
m for constructive change
Hoeevi rrimod. that it
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It s blindness to suppose that
bv official]) stressing only the
traditional values of women as
mothers and homemakers
Jewiah women will in any waj
curtail their activities in sockK)
at large will not chooas to
pursue careers, not chooas to
explore options that might
preclude marriage or limit the
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KLAG8BEUN SAID that
women's rights is the "one area
in which the .Jewish ethic is not
one ol social justice but rather of
discrimination and inequality."
In the Bible and Talmud, she
said women are regarded as
subservient to men." to be
treated with kindness and care as
mothers und daughters but not
with equality
She pointed out that signs of
inequality can be found in
restrictions on the right to give
Leetimony, to take part fully or
lead in synagogue services, to
become rabbis and to attain the
full breadth of .lew ish scholarship
that has always bean open to
men
\- an ardent participant in the
women's struggle for liberation,
she said that she is frequently
asked How can you devote
yourseli this way to a religion
that treats women as second
class < itixens?
HER REPLAY is that she
remains fully dedicated and
committed to the faith of her
paopls because the women's
issue is not the totality of
Judaism" whose truths and
teachings an- universal, ap
plkable to men and women alike
Noting that discrimination
against women in Judaism is
explainable within the context of
the time when the major rabbinic
documents were compiled. Ms
Klagsburn declared. What is
bsfl understandable is why they
still axial
She believes that "in-
terpretation and exegesis can
improve the situation today just
as it did when the rabbis of the
Talmud changed laws of capital
punishment and physical
retaliation, provided for a written
Ketubah I marriage contract1
sasured protection for the wife in
, ., of death or divorce.
established broad and lenient
grounds tor divorce, forbade
polygamy, abolished trial- >>\
ordeal and protected women
inheritance rights
lay people and rabbis from all
parts of the country who support
the ordination of women.
NEW YORK The Govern-
ing Hoard of the National Council
of Churches has completed the
first reading" of a proposed new
policy statement on the Middle
East which calls on the Arabs to
recognize Israel "as a Jewish
State and on Israel to recognize
the right of Palestinians to
national self-determination."
including a sovereign state."
The 26-page draft discussed at
the board's semi-annual meeting
in Indianapolis last week calls on
all parties to end violence, urges
Palestinians and Arab states to
recognize Israel as a Jewish State
with secure, defined and recog-
nized borders, and urges Israel to
withdraw from occupied ter
ntones and recognize Palestinian
rights to "national self-deter-
mination'' and "a Palestinian
entity, including a sovereign
state "
TEL AVIV Haifa police are
searching for persons responsible
for having painted swastikas and
two anti-Semitic slogans. "Death
to the Jews," on the walls of
Technion University's Churchill
Auditorium in Haifa over the
weekend This incident, the first
of its kind at the university, has
angered the students and student
bodies are discussing ways and
means to calm student wrath
Student committee leader
Shlomo Nehama said he was con-
vinced that the defacing was
done by persons who do not
attend Technion
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Behind Sadat's Decision
We can second-guess Anwar Sadat *s decision to
call a halt to the .autonomy talks from now until
doomsday and come up with a thousand different
explanations, each with merit of its own.
One thing is not a matter of speculation: It
shows Mr. Sadat's bad faith. It demonstrates, more
than anything he has said or done since his so-called
"peace initiative," that he has more in mind than a
new Middle East world with Israel as an integral part
of it working in harmony with the Arab states of the
region.
We have always believed that to be a pipe
dream, much to the consternation of other observers
who consider this hawkish, even unrealistically
hostile and aggressive.
But events speak for themselves. Even well
before the May 26 deadline for an autonomy agree-
ment, which both Sadat and Prime Minister Begin
long ago conceded is no more than a "target date,"
Egypt's leader has unilaterally called a halt to the
talks.
What is there to gain? The answer is obvious:
more pressure from Europe's cowardly satraps: more
pressure from President Carter, who has good inten-
tions but | petrodiplomatic I advice thatisteers him
inexorably in the direction of forcing Israel back into
her pre-1967 borders, which means into her 1948
borders.
The Master Plan
In effect. President Sadat, as he comes closer
and closer to retrieving his lost territories by nego-
tiation as the price for "peace," also becomes a
louder and louder spokesman for the Palestinian
cause.
Retrieving his lost territories was part one in
Sadat's master plan. Resumption of his role as leader
of the Palestinian world through his advocacy for a
Palestinian state is part two.
Lest there be doubt. Consider this week's most
startling revelation: the continued operation of an El
Fatah terrorist office in downtown Cairo at this very
moment. Object? To disorganize the Gaza Strip.
Is it conceivable that President Sadat doesn't
know about this?
Hardly not for the man of "peace" and of
"good will" and of "friendship" for Israel, who calls
a halt to the talks as a means of hastening the
process of calling a halt to Israel itself.
Impossible? We hope so. We fear not.
Mr. Reinhard Passes
That Samuel Reinhard lived to the ripe old age
of 90 makes it no less easy for the community to learn
of his passing on Miami Beach after a brief illness.
It would be impossible to catalogue the many
leadership roles he assumed in the life of South
Florida; nor, in fact, would such a catalogue really
reflect the measure of the man.
Mr Reinhard s post at the helm of such
organizations as the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy and American Red Magen David give but a
glimmering of his contributions to the religious and
cultural life of the community.
Perhaps more than any other,- his involvement
with the Hebrew Academy brought Mr. Reinhard his
greatest recognition. But his contributions to that
institution spoke for themselves not for him. That
is how he wanted it to be.
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesivta, Boys
Town of Jerusalem, and the Louis Merwitzer
Mesivta High School here, together with the many
other institutions and causes Mr. Reinhard served
during his lifetime, attest to the fact that that is how
it will continue to be even now, even when he is gone.
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'Scientific' Doesn *t Equal Divirn
RAYMOND SHELTON is su-
perintendent of schools in Hills-
borough County, Fla.. where a
divinely-inspired school board
has ruled that 10th graders will
henceforward have to learn some-
thing called "scientific creation-
ism."
Apparently, the school board's
move is in retaliation against the
inclusion in the curriculum of
Darwinian theories on evolution.
The struggle against Darwin has
been waged by fundamentalist
Bible people since before Darwin
was ever born. Ask Galileo, who
was imprisoned by the Inqui-
sition. Ask Giordano Bruno, his
student, who was burned at the
stake for teaching la scierua
nuova among other things, the
heliocentric view of the universe.
This was only 400 years ago.
SHELTON. unlike the cretins
whose cue he must take, has been
quoted by Susan Hemmingway
in the Tampa Times as declaring,
"The only way we can do this is
put creation and other theories of
creation in such a way that it (sic)
doesn't infringe upon the
separation of church and state
... I don't think it can be done
. My question was how can
I say that the world was created
when I can't finish it by saying
by whom or what or how?"
As Shelton sees it. "I suppose
if someone objects to what we
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come up with. I go*. ,
have to settle it in the One must applaud tha sch
superintendent on both cow
but his second argument a,
the school board's ruling Ini
more sense than the first hecau
it strikes at the philosophy.
fallacy in the ruling Th.. first!
merely a political assessment
its future.
I SAY "merely "not becaus,
any optimism about pa.st feda
positions on gross violations
the separation of church
state principle in pub,j
education but because even
Hillsborough Countv. which
about as Bible Belt as >I)U
begin to be, there are enlighten*
opponents of the ruling hke jrA
Bjjtt a University of Sout
r londa professor of biology wfc
seem willing to speak out again.
Referring to "scienti
creationism." Betz dexl
"There's been an attempt mi
to model it so that it has sen
tific form and ... to link saw
tific jargon with it
against it because it's wrong an
wrong in a way that is insidious]
It frightens me. To me. this is
typical example of a verj small
group, highly motivated and
highly interested, imposing :ts|
will on the majority."
This is a hopeful reaction to the!
school board's religious fun.
damentalism. but it lar froml
suggests that the road to a fm
federal dictum on the quest ion I
will be an easy one
NOR IS there even a guarantee
that in these days of the perverse I
Nixon court, one can neiesanlv[
hope for a successful reversal of]
the Hillsborough action
Why do I reflect the feeling
concern pervading Tamptl
specifically and Hillsborough
County generally that the school
board's action can lie overturned
at lower judicial levels
For one thing, there is
simultaneously orchestrated
scientific creationism move in
the Florida State Legislature no
that has been given enormous
Continued on Pag*1 > A
Brothers Hunt That Gilded Silver
Friday, May 16, 1980
Volume 53
1 SIVAN6740
Number 2t
It all began in 1921 when an oil
wild catter named Haroldson
Lafayette Hunt miffed oil in El
Dorado. Ark Later, gamblers
w.n to say that ILL Hunt, a
acquired his first oil well in a
game of five card stud.
From that humble start. ILL
Hunt's penchant for striking it
rich in oil led him into the lush
fields of l,ouisiana and Texas,
brought untold millions into his
bank account, and eventually
perched him atop one of the two
or three largest fortunes in
America.
ALONG THE WAY. Hunt
became a political activist. His
leanings were ever right ward. As
his millions mounted into
billions, he grew increasingly
distrustful of that form of
government prescribed in the
Constitution and spent con-
siderable amounts of his easily
earned cash publishing and
disseminating the literature and
electronic messages of the radical
right.
He helped bankroll Sen. Joe
McCarthy, subsidized the anti-
Semitic musings of Joe Kamp
and John O. Reaty. and arranged
to have his far-right views aired
on his radio Life Line programs
and printed in his Facts Forum
papers.
His Utopian novel, Alpaca.
printed at his own expense,
projected a philosophy calling for
a voting system based on wealth.
AS ONES bank
Robert
account
mounted, the number of votes he
.-\ercised increased propor
tionately: and the poor who are
always with us would have no laj
in government In 1952. Hunt
headed the MacArthur for
President campaign, a few years
later, he helped finance the word
that John F Kennedy's
Catholicism disqualified him for
the nation's highest office.
HI. Hunt passed on in 1974.
but his progeny are much in the
news today. His s,,ns, Nalaoo
Hunker Hunt and W Herbert
Hunt, have been dasp into silver,
as any one reading the market
news well knows That precious
metal was selling at 160 an ounce
in January- Two months later it
nosedived to $10.80. Along that
silver slide the start ling news
emerged that Nelson Hunker
Hunt had hit upon a bold plan to
market bonds backed by $3.5
billions in silver bullion.
Did this latter day Hunt have
partners for this venture? Oh yes
-primarily Prince Faisal" ibn
Abdullah AI Saud. Mahmoud
rustok. and Sheik Mohammed
al Amoudi. all of Saudi Arabia
WALL STREET focused a
cold eye on the Hunt-Arab
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIulMUUIIIIIIItllUJJlUi,
proposal and noted th-
would amount to su>
private financial lystei
considerable portion ol I
of monetarv operation
carries on normalK
Racz. a prominent
this way The Hunt gl
effect, would be prii
own mom-v
And while the Hunt I rot hen
apparently were .rrying
around to raise cash :
margin buying, other invest.
silver were, in sadness vunting
their losses.
Still and all. now that the ikj
has fallen on the iUvi
there is not great cause for worn
on the part of the Hunts and 'heir
Saudi Arabian associates (
Um Hunts do nut
acquiring all of the
Company, and even it th.
to put on hold their pli
exploration for rich gas
Louisiana, thera will be enoug*
money to go around
SAUDI ARABIA
forward to a take of 190 billion in
oil this year. Plant) ol cash there
And time can be -!*' in
badgering the State ol Is]
is the Saudi Arabian prw
Back in the United >
Nelson Bunker Hunt cai
find time to build on th. ii
has projected for a more ;
America. By and large I >i',nt
think a country can amount to
anything unless it's a Christian
country." is the neat way he put'
it


havuoth Season
It AH Begins With Passover Holiday
B,DVORA WAYSMAN
{M b'Otner. the youngest of
l l*w*h festivals, simply
JfL ord for a measure of
md the ancient Israelites
g,^ the '.eg.nrung of the
J bv bringing an omrr of
E on the second day of
g* w as an offering of
Skpv.nK They counted
2 ek from that day.
Sntinis Shax uoth on the 50th
jTThedav '" between were
'"Shears after the Temple in
teuam hud been burned down
KeRoman* centuries ago.
St countr> lay in rums
Suwnd* had been loUtd in the
I r h...1 bWO sold
^v,n ill) the Jews
ffrahed. hoi'"1* '" ,hem
'^t> from R< man rule, under
tbe leadership "f Bar Kochha and
tti\. one an able general and
fcoth( scholar They
Mtwcceasl tfirat, but Rome
, too might) and battering
m eventual!) broke down the
nb of Betai Bar Kochba'e bat
jtrcnghold
THF ROM V^S followed up
the battlefield
nth en* repression and par
xcution. hoping to wipe out all
Jeih reug* and culture The
VI ind nine of his
jcholar- wen tortured Never
could force the
Jmi I I'orah.
: this heroic period in
Irtish history that the festival of
Lag b ('n'.-r has coma to us and
then Shavuoth Dunng Bar
.i tarrible
jpider- Rabbi Akiva's
maaoB
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and h were so hi^hlv
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he truit of the
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on the occasion of th* Lag b'Omer-Shaiuoth season. This
tradition is known to daft bach at least to the 16th century
kabbalist. Isaat Luria, Ha-Ari.' Ithe Lionl The origin of thi
tradition is not har Yochai died on Lag b Omar,
his la-t raqueat to hi- disciples
being t hat the da> of his death be
Caiebrated and not mourned
TO THIS day hi- burial place
in Meron. a village near Safed. is
the scene ol very joyous Lag
b'Omer celebrations Many
hundreds of pious Hasulim from
all part- of Israel converge on
Meron to honor the great teacher
and the ideals for which he stood
They chant psalms, sing Hasidic
SOngl and study the Zohar, the
holy lx>ok ascribed to Bar Yochai.
The real festivities begin when
a huge bonfire is lit at midnight
The women throw silken scarves
into the flames. The men sing and
dance around the fire until
morning Some fall asleep from
sheer exhaustion until they are
awakened with the cry: Shahar
ha the dawn has come! The hues
of crimson sunrise light up the
mountains and valleys as praying
beings anew.
Then the three-year-old boys
retcive their first haircuts, and
hair is thrown into the flame-.
again accompanied by singing
and dancing
AS A RESULT Of the Meron
celebrations, the bonfire idea has
spread to every part of Israel on
Lag b'Omer Ever) city and
village has its "kum/itz" .
singing around the campfire.
roasting potatoes, retailing
ancient -tones of Bar Kochba,
Rabbi Akiba and Bar Yochai.
The festival of Lag b'Omer and
the Shavuoth season recall a
heroic chapter in our historv
Today, the ancient country for
which our forefathers struggled is
again the Jewish homeland and
the center of the Jewish way of
life. Within our rich heritage, the
culoms of l.ag b'Omer the
outings, campfires and bows and
arrows add joy and beauty to
our life as Jews.
El At Closes
Offices In
Budget Move
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK UTAi E1AI
is closing its sales offices in six
cities as part of the company's
economic retrenchment
movement. a company
spokesman confirmed here He
said the cities will be served by
regional offices which will have
the areas they now serve ex
panded
The offices in Pittsburgh and
Baltimore are now in the process
of being closed down, the
spokesman said He said the near
future the offices in Atlanta.
Cleveland. Detroit and San
Francisco will also be closed.
THE SPOKESMAN -aid that
rath city will still have a
resident representative which
Will be a -alesper-on working out
of his or her home This will cut
down the overhead expense of
maintaing an office
The retrenchment is part of the
program announced earlier this
year by the El Al management in
an effort to get the Israeli airline
out of the red
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To Help With Cuban Influx
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
An official of HI AS has arrived
in Miami at the request of the
Cuban community here to advise
it on the reception and reset-
tlement ol the thousands of
Cuban refugees that have been
streaming into Florida by boat
from Cuba, the organization's
president, Ed Shapiro, said in
New York
Shapiro told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that Dr.
Bruce Leinsidor. an executive
administrative assistant to
(iaynor Jacobson. HIAS's
executive vice president, haa also
been asked by the U.S. gover-
nment to go to the Eglin Air
Force Base, near Fort Walton
Beach. Fla., where many of the
refugees are being processed, to
lend 111 AS professional advice.
More than 22.000 Cuban refugees
have come into Key West. Fla.
since Apr. 18.
BEFORE THE exodus of
Cubans began last month. HI AS
had already been processing the
emigration of 46 Jews from Cuba.
Shapiro said. He said since then
HI AS has been contacted by
another 20 Jews who want to
leave Cuba.
He noted that most are family-
reunion cases and all will
emigrate through normal
channels and not through the
makeshift flotilla of private and
charter boats DOW bringing
Cubans to Florida. There are an
est i ma ted 1 ,500 .lew s in Cuba.
Shapiro pointed out that
HIAS, while primarily concerned
with the needs of Jewish
refugees, has been called on in the
past to help in the resettlement of
others. In 1965. at the request of
President Johnson, HIAS ad-
vised on the resettlement of some
700.000 Cubans who came to the
U.S. at the time.
HIAS HELPED resettle
Indians who were forced to leave
Uganda by the former Idi Amin
regime.
Most recently, HIAS has been
involved in helping the
Indochinese refugees. Shapiro
was part of a four-member
delegation who accompanied Vice
President Walter Mondale to
Geneva last year for an in-
ternational conference on aiding
the "boat people." With
government funds. HIAS
through some 200 Jewish
federations. Jewish family
service agencies and synagogues,
is aiding some 6,000 Indochinese
who will have come to the U.S. by
the end of 1980.
Samuel Reinhard
Our beloved
State Chairman
American
Red Magen David
for Israel
"His life created inspiration
and pride to be a Jew."
American
Red Magen David
for Israel
Greater Miami Chapter
.
David Coleman
Florida State
President
Howard G. Kaufman
President
Greater Miami
Chapter
Carter Seeks Repeal of Wolff Amendmei
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
u VSHINGTON J l K\
President Carter, acting at the
recommendation of the State
Department, is Making repeal ol
the Wolff Amendment designed
to bar I s financial support to
the United Nations program
publicizing the Palestine
Liberation Organization, but Its
approval by Congress appears
doomed
The Wolff Amendment, named
for its sponsor Rep lister Wolff
(D-. N.Y.I, reduced by $200,000.
the funds allocated to the State
Department to be given to the
United Nations as the U.S. share
of operational costs of the in-
ternational organization. The
$200,000 is the amount the U.S.
would technically contribute
towards the PLO program.
Under UN budgeting, a country
cannot exclude any portion of its
payments for a specific purpose.
THE CARTER Administra
t ion's move to repeal the
amendment was in the
Preeident'i budgeting for
supplemental reoueats shove the
budget approved last year. The
Congress had last year sdopted
two-year program for l ,S
financing forth* UN covering the
i S fiscal years 1980 and 1961
It served specific notice that it
did not want anv of that money
to be used for the PLO My
seeking the repeal, the State
Department sought to reverse
that objection
The cum- is close.
an- concerned, bi
Dam.- Fascell
chairman ol the H
Affairs Sub<
International Opera
The prospects foi rep,
Wolff Amandemeni
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"Talks Shutdown Puzzling
Israel's Negotiators Study Sadat's Hasty Move
Z7smn Wording to Lino-
zL the lower level working
, ntinu.d from Page 1-A
mud lime i" flect on the
Ik
ower level working
wen 'rMl and E"TJ
uld continue to WM* in the
Merita Buttrusproveriiiotlolsi
tbecaw
prime Minister Mustapha
. Khalil. who heeds (h- Egyptian
delecaii.m toW reporters in
Curo that all negotiations have
b*n postponed and attributed
thal decision t" "lack of
popes* Sedel *s scheduled
o make a major nationwide
address 00 V .dnesdav t" explain
the reasons tor hit move
MIL'S CHIEF negotiator.
Inurrr Minister Yosef Burg.
^ last Pnday that he thought
Sidat had made a mistake from
tgvpt's point of view, inasmuch
i< there are Still t wo weeks before
> May 26 target date set by the
Cmp David talks for an agree
aent on lutonorq) for the West
Bmkandfi.i/ii Strip
According lo Burg, Israel and
> U S had been prepared to
sake a lMj< effort to achieve
miial progress by that date
ud then blame for
uJtms: th. talks would fall
squireU I g) pt ''Ftwl
D in the V\ eel will not be
apressed Sadat decision.
aid
He ign ftr. that with
.ilk- called
I" 'int U) ODD
king < ommittea
part icipants
k to I heir
mm, \\i> other Israeli
move as en
ire on
Raid Parly
In /Aba/ion
Seeks Out PLO
\U\ itai The
ride) that an
ambuahed
ifl Lebanon.
a number of
ed saieh to
cnrrununique
in details.
ctkra took
road north of
and was aimad
rlea moving
Heirut
"N(i ... a radio
Paleetiniani in
' v Paleetiniaiu
al Sakaskiyeh,
w atSeadiya
j,. .' '- south ot
reported
ding to Israeli
mv terrorists
re. who were ma
wefpatroUng
nister Eaer
.f of Staff (ien
7 'id the reJd was
th the terror*
I I h.v deecribed
ofoperationa
I 'rmj initiated in
C "' iniUeu ... the
' ,,%' iStO make war on
- wherever ,hev ma v
I rhej can n
] hi, kind at
fcr lhk memorial aarvice
< victim, oi the
\m attack last
anno loaasjf
Shf-r amb8 to tm'
Israel and the U S to accept
Egypt's positions on autonomy
Tbe main obstacle in the latest
round of talks was the matter of
Security in the autonomous ter
ritones Israel insisted that
Security remain exclusively in its
hands, it rejected totally an
Egyptian proposal which would
have given the autonomous
authority a major role in
security, including a say on
where Israeli troops could be
located and on their movements
within the territories
The U.S reportedly considered
I gv I'"-1" stance tO be i'X
treme Bui the Egyptians argued
thai the Israeli position con
stituted a pre condition
Khalil told reporters in Cairo
asl Friday that one reason for
Sadal s move was ,i speech by
Begin at the opening of the
Liberal Party convention on May
> in which he said that anyone
seeking peace with Israel must
accept the fact that Israel will
always control security in the
territories
AT THE State Department
last Friday, chief spokesman
I bidding Carter said. "We fully
anticipate that the next round
will resume after a relatively brief
pause lie also said, We
continue to hope we can conclude
this round successfully by the
target dale of May 26. He
pointed out that while Linowitz is
>ack in Washington, the U 8
negotiating team is in place" at
the negotiating site.
The State Department at-
tributed Sadat s move to a desire
to "assess" the situation to date.
When asked if the Egyptian
President might be aiming at a
new summit meeting in
Washington between himself.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
of Israel and President Carter.
tne spokesman replied. "I know
of no such thing The United
States hope and position is that
the talks will resume out there,"
meaning between Israel and
Eg) pt in the Middle Last
Meanwhile, Carter declared
last Friday that the first major
objective of his foreign policy is
to enhance not only the aco
rtomic but also political solidarity
among the industrial democ-
racies and pledged that the U S
would not be diverted from the
goal of a comprehensive peace in
the Middle Fast Addressing a
meeting of the World Affairs
Council in Philadelphia, the
President declared:
"WE WILL continue to work
for peace in the Middle Fast
Such peace is essential to all
parties concerned. Israel
deserves it and Israel needs it for
Us long term survival The Arab
nations require peace in order to
satisfy the legitimate rights of
the Palestinians and to ensure
that their own social develop
menl can move forward without
disruption and foreign intrusion.
The West must have peace in
the Middle East or run grave
risks that the radicali/ation of
the region will draw outsiders
into its explosive conflicts. The
Camp David process had already
led to the first peace treaty be-
tween Israel and an Arab state
We are determined to reach a
more comprehensive settlement
We will not be diverted from that
goal
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ueoec Referendum
How Will Canada's Jews Vote on Sovereignty?
ByB.G.KAYFETZ
London Chronicle Syndicate
TORONTO Canada's
Quebec province has caught
"referendum fever." After three
and a half years in office, the
Parti Quebecois administration
of Rene Levesque has finally set a
date for the promised referendum
on separation from Canada, the
date being May 20. However, the
catch is that the referendum does
not mention separation, a word
the PQ have scrupulously
avoided in recent years.
It is worded in a broader, much
more ambivalent manner. It asks
Quebec's voters for a mandate to
negotiate with the rest of Canada
for a status called "sovereignty-
association." What this promised
sovereignty-association"
consists of. no one including
Levesque himself, has been able
to define with any preciseness.
Mr Trudeau. Canada's Prime
Minister, has announced he will
not negotiate anything that leads
to separation. including
sovereignty-association. The
shrewd effectiveness of Mr.
I-evesque's ploy is that it will
seduce, and has already per-
suaded many Quebeckers who do
not want separation, into
believing that a yes" vote will
enable Mr. Levesque to negotiate
more favorable constitutional
terms for their province within a
federal Canada dealing from a
position of strength, whereas a
"no" vote will be a signal to the
rWl >t Canada that Quebec is
fully satisfied with the status
WHAT IS THE position of the
Jewish community <>t this
province, until recently the most
Rene Levesque
important and the most in
fluentlal segment of Canada's
Jewry? Unquestionably. the
Jews of Montreal (the Quebec
Jewish community is virtually
identical with that of Greater
Montreal) is 99.9 percent
federalist, that is. the Jews of
Quebec are Canadians first and
Quebeckers second, just as the
Jews of Ontario are Canadians
first, and are Ontahans only on a
restricted administrative level.
Their fathers and forebears chose
to come to Canada not
necessarily to Quebec.
Their close ties, family-wise,
communally and culturally are
with their fellow Jews and fellow
Canadians in Toronto. Winnipeg.
Calgary and Halifax Their
communal structures. the
Canadian Jewish Congress the
Canadian Zionist Federation, the
National Council <>f Jewish
Women are Canada-wide
agencies In addition the) have
continental ties with V-w York,
Chicago and Los Angeles which
arc solid and just as tangible
What is the view of Canadian
Jewish Congress, the counterpart
to Argentina's DA IA and
Britain's Board of Jewish
Deputies? Is the Congress
beating the drum for a "no" vote
in the crucial referendum?
THE CJC has wrestled with
this problem since that fateful
day of Nov. 15. 1976 when the
Parti Quebecois swept the
province's assembly, and is now
facing the moment of truth Its
view after "agonizing reap-
praisal" is that there can be no
Jewish communal position on
this matter It recognizes the
manifest fact that the Jews of
Montreal, like most Anglophones
(a word which along with
"francophone" has been added to
the political glossary in recent
years) are strong federalists and
are opposed to sovereignty
association or any form of
separatism. however
camouflaged And the Congress
acknowledges that individual
Jews will continue to take a
strong position against
separatism as is their civic right -
nor does the Congress discourage
this exercise Hut for the com
munity to adopt an official
position would be to accept the
following propositions
That there is an ant i Semitic
fact in the platform of separatism
and the separat ists.
That then are elements in
separatist polJCJaS and actions
that are in violation of or in
consistent with Jewish ethical
\ allies
t That Jew s v, ill not l>e able to
survive a- a communit) under
ration
IHK LEADERSHIP has
found thst none of these
propositions apply. There has
been no evidence of any anti-
Jewish measures or actions by
the leadership of the PQ in the
implementation of policies. It
must be borne in mind that the
current separatists are quite a
different breed from the older
generation of French Canadian
nationalists The latter were
dominated by an ultra
montanist. xenophobic pre-
\ at nan II Catholicism, taking
their cue on Jews and other non-
baliavan from the writings of
Thomas Aquinas and other
medieval doctrinaires
If anything, the PQ regime.
Congress officials readily con-
cede, has been the most
cooperative and beneficial of all
Quebec administrations bar none
in its dealings with the Jewish
community in matters of
assistance to education and
multiculturalism It recently
upped the grant to Jewish day
schools to 80 percent
In all other Canadian provinces
save one, Jewish day schools
receive a nil among from
government towards their
budgets Even the Yiddish
weekly, the AdUr, was given a
token subsidy and will be
racaiving more regular funds
long with other ethnic
publications French Canadian
nationalism used to be considered
a right wing phenomenon
THIS NEW nationalism, if
anything, is leftist inclined.
devoid ol the claricalisni that
d to prevail in what was
consider) a priest ridden
province Premier Leveeque, a
dn. :. h\ed openh, with
his ii several \ i
. the Jews of Quebe
Canadians first
Quebeckers second. ,usf "
the jews of Ontario
Canadians first, and
Qntarians only
restricted admini-.trat
levei Their father* w'd
forebears chose to i
Canada not nscessa*
Qui'bec
are
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until he married her recently m .
civil ceremony. Not onlj ..'uldit
have been impossible
for s leading politician i
the Premier, to defy 11
rulings so overtly but unl
Quiet Revolution the province
had no provisions foi
marriage
True, some anti-Semitism mav
exist on the fringes of the party.
but it msy equally persist on th(
fringes of the Liberals th
Union Nstionsle and th.
Credit The yes voU has i
strong chance of winning Bat
win or lose. Quebec ii .ilreadv
well on the road it not to
separation then to a wider degree
of political and ec 'mimic
autonomy than befon it h.a
long enjoyed cultural autonomy)
Jews and other Kngl phonal
I even a Yiddish
deemed an Anglopl n< havt
clearly foreseen this >nd as
outward trend has .. wfa
way for the past 1.-.
of younger profl -
seeking their futurt parts
of Canada
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that opting off
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Teheran Report
four Leading Jews Go
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Ran 'Espionage Center'
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
\y\\ YORK (JTAI Jewish sources here have
jjnfi'rmwl that four members of a prominent Iranian
Jewish family have gone on trial before an Islamic
evolutionary Court in Teheran. The four were identified
;lzaak. Abraham. David and Baruch Boruchim.
IRAN S OFFICIAL Pars news agency reported that
four nun were charged with embezzlement of public
in building a chain of hotels and "creating an
spionagf cental for American and Israeli agents and
|Wr servants
The news agency said hotel employees had claimed
Ithf Boruchim- hosted "continual meetings of Iranian
Jewsinthi* hotels and organized meetings of Zionists."
THK (BARGES carry the death penalty, according
ItoPars In May. 1979. a prominent Jewish businessman.
[rlibib Elghanian, was executed on a variety of charges.
Including having Zionist affiliations. On Apr. 22 in the
Irity of Ha ma dan, west of Teheran, a Jew, Moishe
iDinielpur. who had been scheduled to be executed had his
death sentence commuted.
Danielpur was one of three brothers sentenced to
Ideath, two of them in absentia, on charges of cooperation
nth the U S Central Intelligence Agency and Mossad.
I the Israeli intelligence service.
MEANWHILE, there were reports from Teheran
Lthat seven men were executed in Teheran's jails on
charges which included cooperation with Israel. About
J80Opeople have been executed by Islamic Revolutionary
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Security Council Votes SelectivelyAgain
UNITED NATIONS (JTAI
The Security Council voted 12-
0 with three abstentions to adopt
a resolution deploring acts of
violence and intervention in
l-ebanon. but only Israel was
singled out for blame The United
States, the Soviet Union and
Kast (iemany abstained The
Council action culminated a
debate on the situation in
l-ebanon that began Apr 13 at
the request of l-ebanon
Speaking directly after the
vote. Israel a Ambassador to the
IN Yehuda Hlum. declared that
the resolution and the Security
Council' debate which led up to
it were marked by a striking
lack of balance and also by
se lee t i v e co nsc ience.
PRIVATELY, Israeli sources
expressed surprise' that the
1 a had only abstained in what
they felt was a one-sided
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censure. They pointed out that
the resolution failed to mention
the teiTontst attack on Kibbutz
Misgav Am on Apr 7 which
originated in I.ebanon and was
the reason for the incursion of
Israeli forces into south I-ebanon
two days later. The resolution
also did not mention the various
terrorist groups of the Palestine
Liberation Organization active in
Lebanon.
1 S Ambassador Donald
Mc Henry said the IS. abstained
because the resolution is "un-
balanced' inasmuch as it failed
to mention the use of I-ebanese
territory to perpetrate acts of
violence against Israel
The resolution stated, in part,
that the Security Council
strongly deplores any violation
of Lebanese sovereignty and
territorial integrity Israeli
military intervention into
Lebanon: all acts of violence in
violation of the general armistice
agreement between Israel and
Lebanon, provision of military
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facto forces The de facto forces
is the IN term for the Christian
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The resolution also deplored
all acts of interference with the
United Nations Truce Super
visory Organization; all acts of
hostility against UN IKIL or in or
through the UNIFIL area of
operations as inconsistent with
They pointed out that tht
resolution failed to mention
tht terrorist attack on
Kibbutz Misfiac Am on Apr
7 which originated in
Lebanon
Security Council resolutions''
and obstructions of UNIFIL/s
ability to confirm the complete
withdrawal of Israeli forces from
Lebanon."
McHENRY. in his statement
explaining why the U.S. ab-
stained, said: "In this situation,
the United States regards this
resolution as an unbalanced and
inadequate respnse to the
problem The important objective
is to agree on practical measures
to improve the conditions for
UNIFIL'l operations and to
assure full cooperation with
UNIFIL.
"At the same time, the
resolution does not directly
acknowledge the fact of the
essential elements of the threat to
peace in the region Tragedies
like that at Misgav Am are not
referred to even by reference. We
will therefore abstain
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l-nday, May ].
Susan Panoff
Book Draws Attention To
Woman Who Risked Life Daily
Shavuoth: Memories of Exodus
Shula: Code Name The Pearl. By
Aviezer Golan and Danny
Pinkaa. New York: Delacorb
Pres. 345 p .510.95
PUBLICATION of this book
has finally drawn attention to a
courageous woman, who for
almost fourteen years in
Lebanon, risked her life daily as
an espionage agent for Israel. An
observant Jewish housewife and
devoted mother. Shula Cohen
became involved in smuggling
Jews into Israel from Arab lands
at the time of the creation of the
Jewish state
Little by little her small
assignments grew in importance
Soon she was smuggling out
thousands of documents and
refugees. She operated for
fourteen years before being
caught. During that time she had
created a network of informant>
and information systems that
ranged from local traveling
peddlars to the highest circles o
power in Lebanon: diplomat-
mil itary men and smugglers.
SHULA WAS caught ant.
imprisoned for seven years,
enduring both physical and
emotional torture. Despite much
time in solitary confinement, her
spirit was never broken. Last
year, many Israelis heard of her
for the first time when she was
honored on Israel Independence
Day for her heroism on behalf of
the Jewish state.
What is particularly in-
teresting in this true story, is the
heroine's attitude toward her
work.'' She viewed her life as a
Jewish matron in Beirut as dull
and boring. When the op-
portunity for continuing her
secret work developed. Shula
jumped at it. She was a high-
spirited young woman whose
"work" gave her a mission and
sense of importance in life beyond
that which she got from her
immediate family.
Shula Cohen's story would be
intriguing no matter what her
sex. But because she was a wife
and mother who stepped beyond
the bounds of domesticity in a
male-dominated culture. Shula's
story is more. It is both the
fascinating personal account of a
liberated woman, and the daring
life of a secret agent
A Small Town is a World. By
David Kossoff. New York: St.
Martin's Presa. 188 p.. S8.95.
KOSSOFF has created a
village Klaneshtetl with its
Rabbi, to retell and bring alive
the gentle, humorous tales which
have come out of the small towns
of Eastern Europe. These tales
have been some of the richest
sources for great Yiddish writers
such as Peretz and *holom
Aleichem. Simple tales of the
poor, the proud, the naive and the
sly are part of our treasuretrove
of folk humor.
One funny, yet sensitive story
tells of Isaac the Beggar He
discovered that a doctor, for-
merly of Klaneshtetl. went to
Moscow and became a great
Professor and rich friend of the
Czar. Isaac presented himself as
a poor patient to the Professor at
a lecture which was attended by
many of the Professor's im-
portant colleagues
WHEN THE Professor asked
how he could help the patient.
Isaac the Beggar responded.
You can give me a large
donation for the Klaneshtetl
Hospital.' Isaac retold the story
of the Rabbi of Klaneshtetl.
"The Professor examined me
carefully telling me to keep
my mouth shut declared me
healthy, put me up overnight and
gave me my fare home and 10.000
rubles'' "For keeping your
mouth shut?" said the Rabbi.
"For Klaneshtetl Hospital." said
Isaac.
Continued from Page 1-A
productive and almost useless if
there is lack of commitment and
responsibility on the part of the
gree individual or a free people
Some commentaries explain that
both the exodus and the
revelation at Sinai expressed two
kinds of freedom.
The exodus expressed the ideal
of bodily freedom while the
revelation at Sinai expressed
intellectual and spiritual
freedom. In other words, the
exodus marked the birth of the
Hebrews as a physical identity
while the revelation marked the
birth of the Hebrew nation as a
spiritual and intellectual identity
WHY IS THIS seven week
period considered a sad period
when weddings are forbidden to
take place?
The most popular explanation
stresses the death of the 24.000
students of Rabbi Akiba during
this period. Others note ad
ditional sad events during this
period, such as the tragic
destruction of the Jews during
the period of the Crusades and
during the period of the Cossacks
and the pogroms in Czarist
Russia
It is also claimed that this
constituted a period of spiritual
growth which would bring one
into a phase of maturity to act
responsibly in such situations as
marriage and grief. Thus, en-
tertainments and marriages are
not permitted until this stage has
been reached. It is a symbol of
the fart that the proper reaction
to both happy and sad events in
life requires a proper spiritual
attitude. Some contend that the
Pilgrims who traveled to
Jerusalem for the festivals hadtn
concentrate on their rvturn u\
Jerusalem for the Shavuoth
festival.
They thus had to car.fulK
count their days of travel t., and
from their homes and their ,iavs
of carrying out the wheat har
vest. This left little k-isu-
to enjoy happy ev.-nt- |,ke
mamage. It is a Jewish ui.al that
happy events be thor.iu^hlv
enjoyed and not passed over m a
hurry-
Martyr Monument Desecrated
PARIS (JTAI The Monument to the Unkown
.Jewish Martyr was desecrated when vandals splasht-d jt
with red paint and inscribed virulent anti-Semitic
slogans. Spokesman for the monument told polio that
they have received several threatening phone calls .>\vr
the last frw wct'ks
Anti-Semitic pamphlets have also been distributed in
the Paris subway. Signed by an anonymous "National
Action Committee." they call for "aryan Bolidaritv
against Jewish domination" and for the "departurv of all
French Jews to Israel their homeland." Police so
say they have been trying for several days to arrest the
distributors but have failed up till now as no more than
half a dozen people, at the most, seem involved.
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London ChronicU Syndicate
During research for his
recent l> published book on the
head of America's Central Intel
ligence Agency. Kichard Helms
' I h>- Man Who Kpf tht Si
Thomas Powers met a number of
people involved in the Middle
I Ul unbit of CIA activities
"I met the man who was the
head of the Israeli desk on the
intelligence side of the Agency
He had ben to Israel ODOt, for
threi weeks at the beginning of
hi- tour of duty He went as a
tOUliflt, with his wife He spoke
n<> Hebrew no Yiddish, no
German; he had the translations
of the Hebrew new papers placed
on his desk ever) morning, and
he read a lot
SO MUCH for CIA appoint
ments. now for tactics Powers
revealed that the CIA's analysts
work on two basic principles
when assessing a world situation
Pint, is there a precedent? And
secondly, does it make sense? A
situation has to comply with both
conditions before the CIA will
definitely say that something is
going to happen in a particular
region.
That's one reason why the
CIA and the Mossad, of course.
SO badly misjudged the events of
the Vom Kippur War The
\gency is very poor at predicting
the future good at counting
but not at predictions
Because of the CIA's contacts
with the Mossad. said Powers, it
had lost objectivity. "Its view of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization is as a wholly-
owned subsidiary of Russia. It
doesn't make sense to me that it
should be a completely-owned
creature of the Soviet Union. If it
were, it would not be effective at
a local level and the PI.O is
demonstrably just that.''
ASKED IF the Arab intel-
ligence agencies had the same
relationship with the CIA as the
Mossad. Powers said that the
nature and the degree of the liai-
sons were in direct proportion to
the diplomatic relations between
America and those countries
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Palestine State is No Solution
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Former Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger said that a successful
outcome of the current autonomy
negotiations will not be the
"key" for solving all the other
problems and aspects of the
Mideast conflict. He hoped the
autonomy talks between Egypt,
Israel and the I'm ted States will
succeed, but claimed that
"even then we will be just at the
beginning" over the nature of
jurisdiction in the West Bank.
Likud Party
Helm in Doubt
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Liberal Party. Herat's
partner in Likud, held its internal
elections Sunday tor delegates to
the party's convention. But its
future leadership remained in
doubt with both chairman
Siracha Ehrlich and Leon Dulzin.
who said he will challenge Ehrlich
for the party chairmanship,
claiming victory.
Ehrlich. a Deputy Prime
Minister and former Finance
Minister, contended that some 75
percent of the delegates elected
would favor him. But Energy
Minister Yitzhak Modai, who
supports Dulzin s candidacy,
insisted that the delegates loyal
to him received 45 percent of the
vote and would join with others
to create an overwhelming
majority for Dulzin.
DULZIN. who is chairman of
the Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives,
declared after the elections that
the results gave him a solid basis
for confidence that he would win
the contest.
The United States
should strive to
restore the balance between
the radical and moderate
elements in the Mideast, a
balance that has been in-
creasingly shifting toward
the radical side. He said this
could be done by increasing
American strength and U.S.
determination to stand by its
allies and friends .
Kissinger spoke at a dinner at
the Plaza Hotel here, given by
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. during which he was
presented with the ADL's 1980
America's Democratic Legacy
Award.
THE FORMER Secretary of
State claimed that the most
important challenge before the
United States now is to bring
Jordan into the negotiations to
determine the final status of the
West Bank.
He said he did not believe while
he was Secretary of State and he
does not believe now that a
Palestinian state can be the
solution to the problems of the '
M ideast.
The Mideast needs least of all a
"radical" Palestinian state
controlled by the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
Kissinger asserted, adding that a
"West Hank solution" can come
only through negotiations with
moderate elements, such
Federation to Honor
Arkin, Adler June 4
Neither Dulzin nor Ehrlich ran
in the internal elections them-
selves. There were many lists
headed by party activists
identified with one or the other,
to greater or leaser degrees.
Modai. long a bitter rival and
critic of Ehrlich. claimed that his
was the largest list. Other lists
were headed by Commerce
Minister Gideon Patt and
Minister Without-Port folio
Moshe Nissim.
Continued from Page 1 -A
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ARKIN AND ADLER will be
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leadership and service in the
Jewish community." Arkin. a
Miami Beach attorney, banker
and civic leader, has served for
the past two years as president of
the Federation and prior to that
served as a Federation vice
president and member of the
Board of Directors.
He has been chairman of the
1975 and 1976 CJA-1EF cam-
paign, chairman of the Planning
and Budget Committee, and
chairman of the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies. He was a
recipient of the 1967 Stanley C.
Myers Presidents' Leadership
Award.
ADLER, a Miami builder, has
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chairman for the past two years
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of Federation Housing, Inc. He
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Will New Secretary of State Remain a Pal of Israel as Before?
B UOI.F HI.ITZER
fcjk Chronidr S)nti
CJaSHINGTON Sen.
kusk'ie. who ran un-
( .:ull% .is the late
Humphrey's Vice
sidentml running mat*
the 1968 presidential
sign .i^ainat Richard
j, ha lKvays voted in
k0r of foreign aid
slation for Israel. "He's
er Inrn againat Israel
[anything." a pro-Israel
e in Congress said.
jouro' noted, however.
m recent years. after Sen
irrtumiii i- a member of
Foreign Relations
Hee the I.iwmaker rarely
|< r-hip stance on
or on Middle Kastern-
Muskie was
lutntli wlected by President
because the Senator is
#d h\ Iih rolleagues who
confirtr. hi* nomination
(lensiv p hearings
|sR \f I sources in
u and 'he American
H M well as
a-.pl n W uhington,
| pleascii ih- Muskie
iggestsd that
unterfbrce
\r.ii>i>I in
'Me I who have
isingi) more
li^i l| M ism of
sources
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more
nyom in the
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policy
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| He had
n) "t the
pet mdidatee
VVamra
her n aa named as
"Cretan following the
- remaining
1 b
Musk -.ought the
critic Presidential
pon in th 1972 primaries
Ipprd out of the race after
Hampshire contest.
an unpleasant and
ssmK x.hange with
|Ueb. in.-powerful editor
on. hestei Umiom, who
questions about Mrs.
IISSING a crowd
'h*- newspaper's
f"*" Sen Muskie
b/"*"1" :',i and cned. It
\h<- -nd of his
al aspiration.
'Iish ancestry. Sen.
as been among the most
J*" in the Senate on
t *M emigration for
m Fr several years.
[introduced legislation
* lineru ia| aid for Israel
Soviet Jews.
KUeaxuee deachbe him
^individual- "s loner."
a of one member of the
Mioni pwiel He ho
Senate since 1969.
2 A?"' hae baon
" lt* Powerful Budget
| *her* he baa eup-
en aid allocatione for
vnces surprise
nd Sen. Muskie1.
pnt "* n<>t expected to
immediate impact in
2 toward the Arab-
tafbct senior Carter
on official, said.
PWm that President
^rsonni repreeentative
aiestiruan Autonomy
*?i'i Ambdor Sol
*'" continue in his non-
3 ^ try to conclude
.N'errvfarv of Stale Mu$ku
these talks before the May target
date Hut they are not under any
illusions about the chances for
success, given the weakened l 8
st.it ure following the aborted
rescue mission in Iran and the
Vance resignation
Vance was generally respected
in Washington, but in recent
months he has had an increasing
public feud with National
Security Adviser Zhigmew
Brzezinski Vance had accepted
personal responsibility (or the ill
fated ant i Israel vote at the IV
which was later partially
repudiated by President Carter.
\ WCSi however, was known to
have believed that I' S support
for the resolution had been
largely justified, given U S
opposition to Israeli settlements
BEFORE RETURNING to
Israel from his talks with
President Carter. Israel's
Defense Minister. Kzer Weizman.
was asked whether he thought
that the resignation of Vance
would affect the Israeli Kgyptian
peace talks Weizman told
reporters that the process was
not dependent upon one person.
Later Weizman refused to answer
the question of an Israeli jour-
nalist alM>ut the wisdom of top
officials residing in protest over
various governmental decisions
an obvious reference to Weiz-
ni.in s own threatened
resignations m the past
The Arab rejectionist states
have castigated Sen Muskie's
appointment Radio stations and
newspapers recalled derisively
his statement soon after the Six-
I lay War when as one of the first
prominent American politicians
to visit Israel he said on lour of
I ml,in If I were an Israeli I
would never give up a single inch
of this are.i
Karly Kgyptian response to the
news was restricted to factual
reporting of President Carter's
surprise choice
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impetus by the Hillsborough
action.
This means that a state
Supreme Court test will be less
likely to strike it down if "scien-
tific creationism" captures the
imagination of other Florida
counties. Traditionally. the
strongest opponents of "scien-
tific creationism" would be in the
counties situated in the south-
eastern part of the state.
BUT THE new phalanxes of
Latin Catholic voting power in
these areas are not likely to react
in anything but a positive
manner when they hear such
spokesmen for the cause as C E.
Winslow, of Bradenton.
Winslow, a 73-year-old retired
minister of the Church of the
Nazarene. heads an organization
called Compatriots for Academic
Freedom, which he formed in St.
Petersburg ten years ago. Since
then. Winslow has been trum-
peting his "scientific
creationism hoopla all over the
place, and last December he made
a second appearance before the
Hillsborough school board in two
years to plead his cause.
SUPPORTING Winslow at
the hearing was Dr. Roland
Lewis, a school board member,
who just happens to be a dean at
Florida College, which is a Bible
school in Temple Terrace.
None of this is to say that there
aren't good impulses on the
school board, or even Catholics
elsewhere who would oppose
religion in the schools unless it
were preached according to the
Word turned Flesh as defined by
the Vatican. Of course there are
good impulses the vote, a
narrow one. was 4-to-3. And
opponents included the Rev.
Leon Lowry. pastor of the Beulah
Baptist Church, who declared
after the vote. 'They have not
been able to convince me."
In the end. the issue is that
proponents of "scientific
creationism." from Winslow him-
self to those on the board who
finally succumbed to his blan-
dishments, argue that their cause
is not a religious doctrine but an
academic alternative to Dar-
winian evolution which, they say.
students ought to be free to
choose between.
ARGUMENTS such as these
are pure bilge. Darwinian theory
on evolution and the origin of the
species, first published in 1859, is
just that theory. It is a priori
reasoning applied to years of em-
pirical observation but without
the final stamp of scientific la
posteriori) approval because Dar-
win's conclusions are incapable of
being tested on the basis of the
evidence he amassed
A modern parallel is Einstein's
theory of relativity and that
famous equation of his. E MC .
Einstein's conclusions are just
that theories based on a priori
reasoning made more complex
than Darwin's because of Ein-
stein's use of the a posteriori con-
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elusions of other workers in the
field, such as Michaelson, on
whose data about the speed of
light Einstein relied.
In this sense, relativity is a
more "scientific" statement of
physical relationships in nature
than are Darwin's. Still, both
remain theories. Still, there are
scientists in both fields, even
today, who keep trying to dis-
prove Darwin's and Einstein's
conclusions not on the basis
that the theories are anti-Bible,
although German anti-Semites in
1905. the year of the publication
of Einstein's theory, accused him
of destroying traditional (New-
tonian) concepts of time and
space, but that they don't go far
enough.
And still. there are theologians
who do the same thing today if
for different reasons, such as
Winslow and his Compatriots
corps, or the monkeys who chat-
tered at the Scopes trial in the
1920s Strangely, such efforts at
disproof most often achieve just
the opposite of what they in-
tended: they strengthen the
theories rather than weaken
them.
THAT IS why the Winslow
ites want equal access equal op-
portunity in the schools to spread
their gospel. They don't want to
take chances with it on the open
marketplace, where thus far
"scientific creationism.'' like
astrology, has clearly failed as a
serious body of thought.
1 go into such lengthy di-
gression to demonstrate that the
two modern systems of scien
tific" thought which have so
completely revolutionized man 'l
contemporary view of the uni-
verse and systems of thought
aren't really scientific at all.
(A third is Freud's. All three
were subjected to gross ridicule
and abuse in the beginning
because they appeared to
diminish the view of man .1-
delineated in the Bible It la
interesting to speculate on the
fate of Einstein. Darwin and
Freud were the Inquisition still in
its full Godly glory I
The word, scientific, has BJ
tremely narrow meaning and rep-
resents an extremely narrow syi
tern of inquiry It runs contrary
to the popular view of science.
which equates science with
absolute and unchanging truth, a
notion that simply does not exist.
In fact, science operates on the
principle that something is true
only if it is subject to change
according to the creative V0
lution of man's understanding
Truth that is unchanging is not
true, but pure dogma.
But the public view of things
"scientific" is that, because they
are "ultimate." they are divine,
hence immune from question or
evolution. In this sense, "scien
tific creationism" is supposed to
be an incontrovertible pre-
sentation of the creation as of-
fered in the Bible. But if E = MC'2
isn't scientific by definition, how
can a biblical account of creation
be scientific by definition?
If E-MC2. which is based on
the empirical conclusions of other
scientists, isn't scientific, how-
can a mythic interpretation of the
beginning of human history be
scientific?
THESE QUESTIONS aren't
open to debate concerning the
infallibility of divine knowlege as
an indisputable given. They are
predicated on philosophical
definition.
"Scientific creationism" is a
bamboozle intended to intimidate
to "prove" by scientific
method that the biblical account
of the creation is beyond a doubt
accurate; in comparison. Darwin,
as representative of man's
limited human understanding, is
sheer burlesque.
But you can't examine
evidence that doesn't exist It is a
paradox that you can hope to
apply scientific method to dog
matic statements no matter how
divine they are supposed to be.
Theologically, to do so is on-
tology, a philosophical "proof'
tor the existence Of < 1 the 1 1th century by St Anselm
Anselm "proved" the existence
of (iod by pre*opposing the mi-
possibility that he does not exist
Since it is impossible that God
does not exist argued Anselm.
and smce n is squally impossible
to conceive of the existence of
anything greater than God.
therefore (iod exist s
NO LESS a church father than
St. Thomas Aquinas one century
later declared Anselm's ontology
to be an utter absurdity And
that is what scientific creation -
ism" is an utter absurdity
The University of South
Florida's Prof. Betz calls it a
parody." meaning I suppose, a
travesty on science and scientific
methodology.
Under any circumstances,
there can be no doubt that
scientific creationism" is the
illegitimate child of theology: it
has nothing to do with science
the empirical, the a posteriori It
also has little to do with religion.
Reckoned in these terms. ther
Hillsborough County School
Board has bought itself a por-
cupine. When Frank Farmer,
assistant superintendent of
instruction in Hillsborough.
declares. "I wish I knew exactly
what scientific creationism
means.' he knows what he is
talking about or at least what
he is confused about. He knows
there is no way of defining what
he is supposed to legislate as part
of the teaching process except by
clerics whose stuff these para-
doxes be.
As Susan Hemmingway re-
ports in the Tampa Times. Hills-
borough schools are most likely
to teach their new beastle in 10th
grade biology classes as an ad-
junct to the regular curriculum
forthat course.
SAYS FARMER: "Were
hoping to come up with an idea
not mentioning a Creator or
using the Bible or any other
religious document. If you get
into the area of religion, I say this
in very dangerous But I've been
told time and time again that this
is not religious
The hell it isn't Scientific
creationism is as funda
mentsJist religious as you can
gel Because it relies on dogma,
not truth, it is theology pure and
simple It will teach biblical
creation as literally incontro-
vertible which not Einstein
nor Darwin would dare declare
tor their own views ,,t the
universe because the) were scien
lists, not. say, astrologers \e\i
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Celebrates 'Arab Night'
B) JOSKPH POLAKOFF
\V\SHINGTON
IJTAi The National
Press Club is holding an
Arab night" festival May
28 and has included the
Palestine Liberation
Organization as a
'country" in the gala.
Officers of the Club.
qu< ioned about this
listing by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, said
the. arc not considering
Ki luding the terrorist
group from the function.
Williams, chairman <>t
the entertainment com
said he initiated the event
I tub and the \rab
whi 200 DMmbera
I'l.O. are
I to the JT A that the
PI '' i- not part of the function
League and not an>
iMmbu ii oo
However Williams also
thei context ::
igui members are
' .(her he would takl
the p| i aince it
roj Israel Williams
Williama Mid
tfl taken to m\
Drew \nn Bergen,
the National Pn
Which ha- some 5,000
denied that the Chib
\rah League are 00

Kergen told the JT A We
will take place up
there We run the event He said
tion ill be a todal and
ent. and not a political
luient that will be the
i .i-i
NOTING THAT no flags of
nations or anything like that
evidenceal the function
'Wee, he repeated, this is not a
political event but a social
von Bergen said. We are
""'Jig great pains to insure that
' He said the Arab
*ue would be assisting the
l;' Clubs weekly house
- : l{- '"''' annnounced in
Knvoy Denies
Reports
J^Hts,M.KM (JTA) -
Ambassador Kliahu Ben-Klissai
|M^ denied persistent medi.
that he was experience
CL *r*d> s Israels firs
Ithu" '" Va,ro "^n-Elissar said
I"*1 on the contrary, he is the
lin o "'nu,n> other ambassadors
of k K'-V')t,an capital because
|k,i:';s"asv ttt-ce9 to Egyptian
Whenever liarmMj I can
" *|th President (Anwarl
his Premier or other
|>Ii.h, Imdani within two
;, he said Hesa.dheandh.s
liter /'t7a Wer,> not lonelv
.' r two months service in
Kn !1 Sa,d lh*y and the
fmhassy staff were feeling
I almost excellent
April that countries
represented, through the league
of Arab States, are and then
included the I'l.O In its
following edition, the /<<,>r,i said
that Arab night guests will
enter another world when they
"step out of the elevators for a
truly magical experience May
2H They will l>e hosted by the
beautiful people clad in the
native dress of the many diverse
countries in the Arab world
Admission ls$17 SO
Bj \l< I HI it WILNER
NEW VORK (JTAl -
The \ i:t i I lefamal ion
League of B'nai Brith has
charged the Dynalectron
1 orporation, headquartered
in McLean, Va., with *oi
fensiye and unAmerican
practices." According to
the ADL, Dynalectron has
been converting employees
to the Moslem religion as a
prerequisite for working in
Saudi Arabia.
The ADL claimed that the Fort
Worth, Tea branch of Dynaelec
iron recruited helicopter pilots
and crewa to serve in the Mecca
area for fire prevention duty
'luring pilgrimages At some
point in their orientation, the
recruits were told that they
would have to convert to the
Moslem religion, as non-Moslems
.in forbidden in the area ac-
cording to Saudi Arabian law
ACCORDING to Abraham
Foxman. ADl.'s associate
'i dire* tor. the firm put the
uits through a conversion
program, which involved several
id insl ruction undei .i
Moslem teacher However, he
added, even the support per
sonnel in this operation, who did
not have am dut) m Mecca were
encouraged to convert
Following the conversion
course in Fort Worth, the AIM.
said, the recruits were flown to
lok\o to get instruction in
operating special Kawasaki fire-
light ing helicopters, equipped
with water drums Dynalectron is
the sub-contractor to Kawasaki
Heavy Industries in supplying
helicopter crews to Saudi Arabia
When questioned by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
alioul the conversion policy.
Dynalectron declined to com-
ment, but a spokesman for the
firm did state that the company
does not discriminate in its hiring
of employee! based on religion
FOXMAN reported that while
in Tokyo, the recruits were taken
to an Islamic center where they
wire given a lecture before sign-
1' It in thl
'""' "'"' thi
told thai they would
convert !< th< Moslem
'"' at ton Mosli m* an
' idden in the area
cording to Saudi Arabian
Inn
ing papen attesting to their con
\ersion to Islam.
In 1979, one oi six pilots who
went to Japan Wade Kern
refused to accept conversion and
was fired by Dynalectron. ac-
cording to his attorney. Art
Brender <>f Fort Worth, who has
filed a $10,000 damage suit in
U s district court
The helicopter pilots."
Brender told ADL. were given a
fire and brimstone' lecture Oy a
mullah He warned them that
thev could face death if they went
to Mecca without becoming
sincere and bonafide converts to
Islam. At this point, according
to Brender. his client refused to
go any further with the whole
business and flew home."
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Dangerous Power Shift
Soviet Military Compromises U.S.
WASHINGTON Sen.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan of
New York, in a sobering
address to the American
Jewish Congress here, has
warned that "the shift of
military power away from
the United States and
toward the Soviet Union"
is taking a heavy toll on
American diplomacy, re-
quiring "painful and ex-
pensive approaches" to
check Soviet expansionism
in the Middle East and
Southwest Asia.
"We must recognize the
danger of a world in which Soviet
power has become so great."
Moynihan said in an address to
the American Jewish Congress
national biennial convention at
the Hyatt-Regency Hotel Satur-
day night.
ONE EFFECT of the
"deteriorating condition of the
Soviet-American military
balance." Sen. Moynihan said,
could be seen in the American
vote in support of an anti-Israel
resolution in the United Nations
on Max. 1. The New York Demo-
crat declared:
It is clear that in the after-
math of the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan the Administration
began to look to a resolution of
the Palestinian issue manifestly
tilted against Israel as a means of
bolstering the American position
in the reigon.
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conclusion we can draw from the
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Council resolution 465 in March
which all but abandoned two
decades' support of Israeli rights
And this is a wholly mistaken
policy. To try to offset the Soviet
triumph in Afghanistan by facil-
itating a Soviet triumph on the
West Bank is simply not to
understand the reality either of
the Middle East or of the world
as it is in the aftermath of the
great surge of Soviet power in the
past five years "
HE QUOTED this statement
by Washington columnist Joseph
Kraft:
"The central facts are that
Russia is on the march, that
Washington has no general
strategy for checking Moscow."
American friends of Israel
ust understand the nature of
he Soviet threat. Sen Moynihan
aid He declared:
(Her the long run we will be
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able to do leas and leas for Israel
unless we correct the decline of
American military power. If this
is not corrected, can we foresee
anything but Israel's deepening
political isolation?
"Your voices must be heard in
support of views that treat the
problems of the Middle East as a
whole. We must recognize the
danger of a world in which Soviet
power has become so great: only
then can we say that we are con-
tributing to Israel's safety, and
to our own."
Another example of "the long
shadow of Soviet power." he said,
was "growing international
support for a new Palestinian
state with the understanding
that it will perforce be dominated
by the PLO.
"Accommodation to the PLO
is not a confirmation of growing
moral authority but of growing
power of the Soviet Union," Sen
Moynihan declared.
NOTING that within the past
two weeks India and Ireland had
formally recognized the Palestine
Liberation Organization. Sen.
Moynihan said:
Why did Ireland recognize
the PLO? Not out of any fear for
itself, but from acceptance of the
claims made for that group And
India, out of acceptance of the
claims, perhaps, but also most
importantly, out of a growing
Conviction that Soviet power is
inexorably growing in Southeast
Asia and that even so vast a
nation as India must accom-
modate itself to that reality, and
accordingly to Soviet clients."
Sen. Moynihan continued:
"Without understanding
Soviet power it is hardly possible
to understand the problems that
the United States faces in the
Middle East, or in Southwest
Asia more generally That Soviet
power has grown, that it is ready
to be used, is the central fact with
which we must contend.
"In saying this I do not wish to
be mistaken. One need not. and
must not. ascribe every setback
of the West to Moscow Yet Mos-
cow's power has become the con-
text in which we must consider
whatever else occurs. For it can
transform what might be at
worst inconveniences into chal-
lenges of major proportions.
"THE CASE of Saudi Arabia
will make the point. The dif-
ficulties that the Saudi royal
family has brought on itself- bv
taking SO much of the Western
world's money would trouble us
relatrvei) little if political In-
stability there could not so easily
!>< translated into a major change
in the world balance of power
Similarly, as long as Soviet
power remains in position to
exploit events there, then we
must of necessity feel a growing
insecurity'
the
pre
dis
The same applies to
Iranian revolution: our
occupation with the
integration of public order there
arises purely and simply from
what we have to fear will follow
Soviet power forces us to look at
the world differently, to measure
the consequences of our own
weakness. It is the test that we
now apply, reluctantly but
prudently, to all events. /
"What governs the American
and the larger Western approach
to this crisis is not some fear
about what the Iranians might or
might not do. but rather a fear of
what the Soviets can. and. there-
fore, might do. In the question of
the application of military force
to the matter, it is not combat
with the Iranians that is feared,
but rather combat with the
Soviet Union.
"And such fears are not
irrelevant Many of us have been
saying that for years. We have
commented about the deter
lorating condition of the Soviet
American military balance. We
have said, to put it bluntly, that
we have been getting militarily
weaker We have not said this
for effect. but because we
believe it to be true Ami if then-
have been "hose such as I and my
colleague Sen Jackson who have
recently counseled caution, it la
again precisely became we have
believed the truth of what we are
saying
CONTINUING, Sen lioyni
hand told the convention:
"We applaud the historic
treaty between Egypt and Israel
and commend the President for
his decisive n>le in bringing it
about. It is simply a very great
achievement But let us also
recogni/e that the agreement
represents an Egyptian and an
Israeli desire to compose their
differences in the face of a
growing common danger posed
by the Soviet strategic thrust
into the region "
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Gaza Votes Strike
Mif/or ^IsAs /or TYi/Ars With Weizman
JWt
jii iicmiiihan
By GIL SEDAN
JERU8ALEM (JTAi -
The influential mayor of (iaza.
Kashad A-Shawa. asked for a
meeting with Defense Minister
Kzer Weizman to discuss the de-
teriorating situation in the ad-
ministered territories It was the
first such move by a local leader
following the deportation of three
West Hank officials in the after-
math of the terrorist attack in
Hebron. ,
A Shawa. considered a
moderate, told Israel Radio that
the Military Government should
act cautiously in an attempt to
cool hot tempers.
The Gaza Municipal Council
called for a general strike in
protest over the deportation of
the three officials. Merchants
closed their shops, but at the
demand of the Military Govern-
ment they reopened them during
the day
TENSION also continued in
the West Bank Israeli security
ever Mounting
krab Leaders' Return Barred
| By Gil SEDAN
NBV BRIDGE -
Thrw W -i Bank Arab
ho Mi deported the
r the MJ 2 terrorist
|on Jews in Hebron, were
by the Israeli army
turning to their homes
Mknb) Bridge over
River
three. Mayor Fahed
of Hebron, Mayor
Milhim of Halhoul
fli Modem judgel Rajeb
Tamirni arrived in
after a areas in Beirut
ley had been hosted by
ilestine Liberation
Won They said they
lo cn>ss the bridge to
Bent last Thursday's
I Nations Security Council
lion de< .inng their
kuon illegal
[resolution, adopted by a
.with the I'nited States
ng, called on Israel, "as
fngpow.-- -, s md these
measure- and make
the u return
Palestinian
1 S nticiied the
^tn. but V\ ilham vaiulen
the I S deputy chief
said the tinal draft
it made
erence to the terrorist
*hich killed six Jewish
Hand wounded 16 other*
Yehuda Blum, Israel's
Ambassador to the UN, called
the resolution an act of
hvpocrisy and selective con-
science."' He declared that the
deported Arab leaders had been
actively and systematically
engaged in inciting the local Arab
population to acts of violence"
and that they were expelled "only
after their words and activities
led to bloodshed."
The PLO representative. Zehdi
Tern, said that if Israel barred
the three deported leaders from
returning, the Council should
meet again on the issue
ISRAKL HAD notified Jordan
in advance that it would not
allow the three deported leaders
to cross the bridge into Israel but
Jordan did not prevent the
deportees or a large crowd of
supporters accompanying them
from going to the span Many
carried tigna demanding that
Israel allow the three i" return
One sign called lor a Palestinian
State from the River to the See
Israeli troops lined up aCTOefl
the bridge prevented tin- group
from Crossing the narrow bridge
Some >>t the group spit on the
soldiers but the lsra.li- did no!
react Milhim warned l-r ... ol I
possible bokweusl in which the
Zionist Mate would be buried in
the same way that ancient Rome
collapsed Kawasme spoke
chiefly about the difficulty of
being away from his family.
Reporters on the Israeli side
were barred from the bridge area
but were able lo interview
eyewitnesses later Meanwhile, a
group of some 100 Arab and
Jewish demonstrators were kept
behind a roadblock some two
miles from the bridge.
Ml HAD MILHIM, wife of the
deported Halhoul Mayor, said
she hoped to see her husband
soon because of the Security
Council resolution. The mother of
nine children, she said she had
not heard from Milhim since he
was deported.
The demonstration was
peaceful but when a policeman
tried to arrest an elderly
demonstrator who had insulted
him. Knesseters Uri Avneri of
Shell and Charlie Biton of Rakah
(Communists), rushed to the
man aid and a bnel scuffle
ensued which was calmed down
S\ another policeman
Meanwhile, relatives of
Kawasme have asked Mustapha
N'atahe, Hebron i Deputj Mayor
not to replace the deported
mayor The famih argued that if
the pool is filled d will hurt
m ee tor Kawasme return
forces used tear gas to disperse
student demonstrations in
Ramallah Israeli vehicles were
attacked with stones at several
places in the West Bank. The
curfew in Hebron was lifted for
two hours to enable residents to
buy food.
But the core of the tension was
still in the Hebron region, where
Arab homes were once again the
target of attacks by angry Jews
following the funeral of Eli
Hazeev, one of the six killed by
the terrorists in Hebron.
Hundreds attended the funeral
of the Vietnam war veteran, who
came to Israel in 1973 during the
Yom Kippur War after con-
verting to Judaism After the
funeral, some went to the home of
Sheikh Mohammad Ali Al-
Jaabari. the aging former Mayor
of Hebron, shattered windows
and caused damage to cars
parked nearby.
THEY ACCUSED Jaabari.
who ruled Hebron for 40 years, of
participating in the 1929 mas-
sacre against the local Jewish
population in the city-
Some of the mourners fired
shots in the air near the Tomb of
the Patriarchs, others threw
rocks at the windows of Arab
homes, and smashed the wind-
shields of cars.
Scuffles broke out when some
journalists tried to prevent the
acts of vandalism, and a TV
cameraman was beaten when he
tried to film the stone-throwing.
Kiryat Arba settlers admitted
that some of them were planning
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but at the demand of the
Military Government they
reopend them during the
day
violence against Arab property in
the town. But the settlement's
leaders condemned the attacks,
especially the breaking into the
Jaabari residence.
HAZEEV WAS buried in the
Old Jewish Cemetery in Hebron.
near the graves of the 1929
victims, the grave of a Kiryat
Arba baby buried there in 1968.
the first jew to be buried there
after the Six-Day War, and the
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Hazeev s flag-draped coffin
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Florida 33128. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 6. 1800. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
'iv.' weeks in THE
JEWISH KLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
>. ... >i( Mid court at Miami.
Florida on this 29 day Of April
I9B0
RICHARD P BRINKER
UClerk Circuit Court
I lade County Florida
BY M ERICE
As Deputy Clerk
Albert I. Carrlrarte. P A
.'4H1 NW 7 SI
Miami Fla 33138
Xttorney (or Petitioner
'T. M9 791?
08791 May 2. 9. 18
23 18*0
NOTICE UNCER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the undersigned, desiring
to engage In business under the
fictitious nameisi Medical
Services of South Miami at 8801
SW 74th Street, suite No 308.
South Miami. Fla 33143, In
tendis) to register said
nameisi with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of De.de County,
Florida
Barry Mat*
8801 SW 74th Street.
Suite No 30*
South Miami. Fla 33143
TH April 18. 281
Mcy 2 8. 1BH0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90 Mtt FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JOHNwegner husband
and
cora E WEGNER wife
TO CORAE WEG.NER
c oJIM WINSTON
4780 Old Briar Trail
Duuglasvtlle.
Georgia 30138
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
FLED that an action for Dlsto
lution of Marriage has been
died against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any tolton
ARTHUR H LIPSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
1515 NW 167 Street. Miami.
Florida 33168 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 13. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the rellel demanded in
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this l dav of May.
I960
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsUlerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal.
or*25 May 9 16 23 30 18*0
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF V
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 90 4*15 FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
OSORLA GARCIA
Petitioner Wife
and
JUAN MANUEL GARCIA
Respondent husband
TO Juan Manuel Garcia
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that a Petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the
Petitioner or Wife's Attorney
Donald Mates. Etq 2301
Collins Avenue. Suite M-8.
Miami Beach, Florida 33138
and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 20 day of June, 1880.
otherwise a Default Judgement
will be entered against you
Dated at Miami. Dade
County. Florida this 8 day of
May. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByM J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
08*38 May 16. 23. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 90 8318
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGEOF
JOSE R RODRIGUEZ.
Husband,
and
MARIA ROMELIA
RODRIGUEZ.
Wife
TO MARIA ROMELLA
RODRIGUEZ
Calle 84. 5880
Medellln. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY
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 ALBERT L
CARRICARTE. P A attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW' 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33126. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 8 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you I' i the relief demanded In
the, .mplaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
I of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 29 day of April.
IBM
RICHARD P HRINKER
At Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY N A HEWETT
\- I Ntput) Clerk
Albert I. Carrlcarle. P A
-'491 NW 7 St
Miami Fla 39138
Attorney lor Petitioner
OS 919-7917
- > May 2. 9
19.13.19BDJ
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cast NO. 99-S5t FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
CELSOFERREIRO
Petitioner Husband
vt.
MARTAN FERREIRO
Respondent Wife
TO MARTAN FERREIRO
Blanco Encalada 323
Prov Buenos Aires
Argentina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OP 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
GALLUP, plaintiff's attorney,
whose address Is 2388 Salzedo
Street. Suite 308. Coral Gables.
Florida 33134. on or before May
30. 19*0. and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or lm
mediately thereafter, other
rise a default will be entered
tfminal you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on April 17.
19*0
Ri.hard P Brinker. Clerk
Clerk of the Court
hv M J 'lartnell
At Deputy Clerk
TOM April25.
May -' 9 in. ism
NOTICE UNDER -------'
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Kendall Secretarial Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
ANN PALLOT
18*18 SW 84 Ct
Miami. Fla 33187
0*838 May 16. 23. 30,
_____________ June 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 2S4S
IN RE ESTATEOP
n \rne PI LADERMAN
i ie< eaaed
Nl 'I ICE >F
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate ol BARNETT LADER
MAN. deceased. File Number
vi J545 i pending in the Clr
. nit Court (or Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
.iildrvss of which is 73 West
Flagier Street Miami. Florida
.1.1130 The names and ad
dresses o( the personal rep
i e>i-ntatlve and the personal
representative's attorney are
set lorth below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE 111 all
I l.nrns against the estate and
. ,n> Objection by an in
terested person to whom notice
was mailed that challenges the
validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue or Juris
.in lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice has
tie (run on May 9 18*0
Personal Representative
Dora l-.nU-rm.ui
1301 NE Miami Gardens Drive.
North Miami Beach FL 33162
Attorney for Personal
Representative
SAMUEL B WATERMAN
2100 E Hallandale Beach
Blvd No ten
Hallandale FL 33008
Tlephone 306i 454 1303
_______Mays. 16 i88o
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
Action For
Dissolution ol Marriage
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Civil Action No 80 4414 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
ARI.ENEN BROWN
Petitioner
and
EDDIE BROWN
Respondent
TO EDDIE BROWN
Residence I'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses. If any. to It on
HENRY M WAITZKIN. Attor-
ney for Petitioner, whoae
address Is 740 71st Street.
Miami Beach. Florida 33141.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before June 13. 1880
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con-
secutive weeks In THE
JEWISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida, on this 5 day of May
19*0
RICHARD P DRINKER
At Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
HENRY M WAITZKIN
7i 71st Street
Miami Beach Florida 33141
i 3081 688 0383
Mav 9. 16. 23. 30. 1880
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
notice IS HEREBY OI> EN
that on March 31 19n Food
Spot Associates ,i Florida
partnership w huh maintains a
known pla. I of business at V>55
Bird Road Miami. Florida.
< i w.l a hulk transfer from
ami became bound la pa) m
full the debit "f Pood Spot No
9 in. whose address It MM
Bird Road Miami Florida
09MB Ma)
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;i\ EN
that on March .11 19*0 Pood
Spot Associate! > Florida
partnership which maintalna>9
known place of bus It .,: "'.
Sunwt Drue Miami Florida
received a bulk transfer from
and became bound b paj ui
lull, the debts o( Pood Spot No
i> In. whose addr.
Sunset Drive Miami Florida
HUB May 9 16 1980
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
notice is HEREBY GIVEN
that on Mar. h :u IBM, Food
Bpol 1.8901 lalas a Florida
partnership w huh maintains a
known place o( business at
I0MI NE i.lth Avenue. Miami.
Florid.. received a hulk
transfer (mm and became
bound t" pay in full, the debts
Of POOd Spot No 19 Inc whose
address Is 10801 NE 13th
Avenue Miami Florida
MM! May 8 16. 19*1
noticeof
bulk transfer
notice is heredy gi\ en
that on March 31. 19*0 Food
Spot Associate! s Florida
partnership, which maintains a
known pla. e of business at
15150 NE 6th Avenue Miami.
Florida, re. elvsd a bulk
transfer (mm and became
bound to pay in full, the debts
of Pood Spot No 20 Inc whose
add rest is I61M NE 6th
tvenue Miami Florida
til May 9 16 19X0
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE is heredy .;i\ EN
that on March II 19*11 Food
Bpol Associates, a Florida
partnership, whuh maintains a
known place ol business at 2*39
Dir.l Avenue Miami. Florida,
re.eived a bulk transfer from
anil became bound to pay. in
full, the debts of Grove H a- C
Corp whose address is :"c">9
Bird Avenue, Miami Florida
otM Maj 9 16 1980
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE is heredy 0IVEN
that on March 31. 18M0. Food
Spot Associates, a Florida
partnership w huh maintains a
known place of business at
16701 Biscay nr Boulevard.
Miami. Florida, received a
bulk transfer from and became
bound to pay. in full, the debts
of Food Spot No 4. Inc whose
address Is 16701 Bisrayne
Boulevard Miami. Florida
""'I May 9. 16 1880
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
r,rS2I?^F HEREBY
C.I\EN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the (ictitlous names of
A M E R I C A W I 11 E IN
SURANCE. INC d b'a
WOMEN'S AUTOMOBILE
t LLH d b a TRICK
DRIVERS MOTOR ci.l'B .,
612 NW 12th Avenue Miami
r lorlda. intend to register said
names with the Clerk of the
i ir< uit Court of Dade County
Florida
ABRAMCLEMEK
PRESIDENT
TINACI.EMER.
Secretary. Treasurer
"-"'' Mays 16.23 30. 18X0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA.
IN ANOFOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 99-8744 FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
RICHARD A ASTWOOD
Petitioner Husband
and
LORRAINE A ASTWOOD.
Respondent Wife
TO LORRAINE A ASTWOOD
c o Elisabeth Garland
Grand Turk
Turks and I'alros,
Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenset. If any. to
It on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1318 NW 187 St ,
Suite 110 B, Miami. Florida.
33188. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before June 13.
1880. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four eon
secutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 7th day of Mav.
IBM
RICHARD I' BRINKER
\ Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
OEMs May 9 16.
23 30 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
IN ANOFOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 80 4'41 FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGEOF
MARIE DENIES MoN
14>: si r.
Petitioner Wile
and
MAX J MONDESIR.
Respondent Husband
TO MR MAXJ MONDESIR
YOU ARE HEREBY
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 Howard N Galbut. at
tomey for Petitioner whose
address is 898 Washington
Avenue Miami Beacn
Florida. 33139. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 13th. I960, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you (or the relie( demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week (or four con
tecutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORLDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said ourt at Miami.
Florida on this 7th day of May
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
At Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v Florida
ByM A HEWETT
As Deputy Clerk
HOWARD N OALSUT
ESQI IRE
a OALBUT GA1JJUT A
MEND* P A
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Bea. h Florida 33139
088.30 May 9. 18.
____________ 33, 30, 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number to nil
DivisionOl
IN RE ESTATE OF
Morris Schwartz man
Deosaasd
NOTICEOF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OK DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that the administration
of the estate of Morris 8c h-
wartiman. deceased. Pile
Number W-9888. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagier Street.
Miami Florida The personal
representative of the estate is
Morton Nathan Schwartxman
andMarvln Schwarttman
whose address Is c o Kwltney
Kroop A Schelnberg P A 420
Lincoln Rd Miami Beach.
Fla 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 '\TE
OF THE PII ib
I.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a written stale
merit of any claim or demand
may have Each claim
must be in writine and must
or
a moil
"I
the I
" ribed
'liver
im to
-rk to I
""msl
: 18 th*
this
ha.
Hired
MONTHS
THE
Indicate the basis for tr,
the name and ad.in- .
creditor or his at-
torney, and the
claimed If the claim .,
due. the date when u7
become due shall be ut.a
the claim Is romwgeni '
unliquidated the nature?,).?
uncertainty shall be vj,!
the claim is secured
security shall be de
The claimant shall
sufficient copies of th.
the clerk to enable th.
mall one copy to each ,
representative
All persons int. -.
estate to whom a .
Notice of Admlrn-
been mailed are
WITHIN THREE
FROM THE DATE I
FIRST PUBLICATION
THIS NOTICE, to
objections they ma.
challenge the valid,'.
decedent s win
qualifications ..( th. ;.
representative, or the ..
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEM
AND OBJECTIONS M
filed WILL BE FOR!
BARRED
Date of the first put
of this Notice of Admins
tration May 9. 1880
Morton Nathan BchwarUmari
Marvin Bchwartsn
As Personal Representative*
of the Estate of
MORRIS SCHWARTZM w
ATTORNEY FOR Ph H-
REPRESENTATIVF.
Kwltney Kroops
Schetnberf i \
J0 Lin. oln Road N
Miami Beach Florida
Telephone V0- rt
Ubb3! Mav e K ;.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80 47 71FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re The n.arr ,.
MARY K
L4TTLEJOH.N
Petitioner Wif.
JOHNNY BON8WI
LITTLE JOHN
Respondent H
TO JOHNNY I" >N '
LITTLE I" HIN
rani
Agriculture
Hurrals M .
11.
Centra v-
Yd AR| MOTH
an action for I \
OF MARRIAG1 has I pen filed
against you 81 I .
required to serv e a i
written anj arer t
any to It on
GAU.l P r .
attorney
Saliedo Street
Gables Florida M
h.-tore June ;
the original with tin '
this court el the i
on plaintiffs at:
mediately then.."
I default will
against you for Uli
.temanded in the compl
petition
WITNESS my hand
seal "f UMl court on "
Richard I Brli tei
Clerk of the Court
B) M I Harti
\- 1 i ily Cli
May 9.16.3
NOTICE UNDFK
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
n.i ncK
GIV EN that II
desiring I rngagi
under [!.
Nl ItSERY \N! KIN
CATEN ..'. -- N
Miami Florida
i. ^ istei said '..."
Clerk oi the Ciri
I ..id. 1 '..unty PkM
.
999M V|ti i 199
NOTICEOF
SULK TRANSFER
NOTICE IS HERI Hi l!\EN
thai on Mar. h SI
Ipoi Associate*, a i
partnership w hi. hull itntt
known pla. of but I
N Kendall Or:..
PsMtda r.' ...it bulk
fer from and be. ami
pay in full, the del
Spot No 15. Inc w.'i -
is veil N KsndsJ
Miami Florida
08808 May 9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI KEBT
GIVEN that the lllldl
desiring to engage in bu
under the fictitious nan I
M DIESEL REPAIRS ..
NW ITthSt Miami Fla
intends to register said
with the Clerk of th. I
C.sirt of Dade County Florida
HumbertoSoler
UKWQ4 May 8. 18 23, SO
NOTICEOF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on March 31. I9r.i> )
Spot Associates, a PI
partnership, which malnt..
known pi.i.....f business at ">*'
N1- I99U1 Street North M I
Flon la rv. eived a bulk tl
r-om and became bound '
pay. in full, the debts ot
Bpol No it, in.
is SOS NE 12MI *<
Miami Fiona*
Mav I '


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"otice of action
constructive service
xopbopertyi
'the circuit court of
'heeleventh judicial
cucuitof florida in
*nofor dade county
N'il Action No K SSJJFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOB DISSOLUTION
OFMARRiAOE
Husband
LEZ
Residence Address
known
Uf ahk HEREBY NOTI
a. turn for
^Wutwn ol Marriage has
m and you
2/!.l.r,d l" *"" cpy <*
?"rn"'n.lefenses. n any to
UWRT L carri
' a attorney for
addraaa I.
;... n Street Miami.
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therwlee
gainst
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in THE.
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.38
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April
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| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Case No MJM1FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN UK The marriage of
I'lERRl I RANCoTs
ner Husband
l.ll.UK BEU I'.Alh'
., lUI
l- R iNCOU
(undent Wife
MiTHK BY PI BL1CA I
Viil I.I I.I.IK Bl
r VI FORD a k a LILLI1
BELL FRANCOIS, residence
unknown are herebv notified
ir Answer
I 111n>ii For Annulment
against you uopn llus
. attorn*) OEORGI
NICHOLAS KSyi IRE 812
NVV IIUl Avenue Miami
U Milt, and file original
lth I he Clerk of the Court on
,, baton Ma) U IMO other
ie the Petition will he con
fessed by .
DATED Ihi5 i"th day of
\pril l*"i
Kn hard P Brtnker. Clerk
Ha i 'lannda llnis n
' IVputy Clerk
April
May .' II, IMO
" INTMECIRCUIT COUT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No I0SISIFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INRI
[MJNNAC MANNY
UUoner *
Ki nne ni; m iwi
l'.rp.KiderU Husband
KI NNr nil.
M VNN ,
. \ Iress
I n>'
voi ARE HEREBY N
.'. an ..
>! Marriage ha
nird Ulll
written defenses if..
LRTH1 R H LII
".er whoas
rsjaa is 1819 Northwest 1*7
-.ilte MO-B. Miami
rtdit ssi and file the
rtal with the clerk of III*
or batorc
'nnvi" .i
ujainsl
I >r the rrh.l dem.i;
| ,.r M | tllKtn
WITNESa my band and the
seal of said court at Miami
Klorlda on this 22 day of April
1IW0
RICHARIH- HKINKER
As Clark Circuit Court
Dad* County Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court SaaJ i
April 26
Maj a^ILitoO .
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Cat* NO M Sill PC
Family Division
In re the marn...
ii st:n m BAKER
ner
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WITNESS mi hand ami In.-
,( llus C,irt on April H
lUf.il
Knhardl' Mrinker
As Clerk of the Cur
byClarinilaBnwii
As Deputy Clerk
.can Aprils
May 1.1. II '*"'
NOTICE UNDEk
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
HEREBY
"> Uiai the un
"-in! name

Ida
VMl.i
I FsM da i "orporatlori
B) WilliamC Hooper
I'resntent
M \l:-ll \! H FI8HI R
Attorn.-, for WII
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UNI
Mian
April 88
May I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
noTICK IS HEREBY
i;1VE:N that the un.lerMtfn.'l
Jesinnn to entra^e In bu
under the HcUUOUl name. s>
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI REBY
UIVEN thai "
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ICAL Inti
lame will
rurl o( Daile Count)
Ida
ASJIKIt H(H
As an individual
0H7i May 2 II 2S lt*a>
f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO M'7
Division 02
INRI OF
M HE P. IK HI NT
NOTICI 0*
\: >M S nON
rt I MX PERSONS H v-
! E \l NDS
\ \ N I I HI \ltn\ K
\Mi vl.I. OTHER
INTERESTED IN
vTI
YOI UtE HEREBY NuTl
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pendtnj the Clr

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I Irasa ( the
i^ent or at
loi ni and the amount
. | un
a hen It will
beoon
umi i" continganl or
unliquidated Ihr nalure ol UM
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim is secured the
security shall be described
The CuUmanl shall deliver
sufficient copies i>l the claim to
the lerk lO enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each personal
tantanva
All persons interested in the
to whom a i op> <>f this
inlatraUon has
i I rei(uired
WITHIN rHREE MON
FROM THE ti vie OF THE:
l Bl OF
THIS NOTICE '
ii thai
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May II 1 IW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO JO"
DIVISION 01
in he El: TE OF
Hyman I'artrni*
k aHydeTartnoa
k i My*
Manhattan
I i). c.ised
NOTICE OF
VDMINISTRATION
in VI.1. PERSONS H v\ ING
,i aims OR DEMANDS
v UNST SAID ESTATE aND
OTHER PERSONS IN
Kl, n SAID
\ ri
v.ii ,RE HEREBY NOTI
E IED \ni> REOI IRED lo ma
a hl.l-

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MONTH >. M

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BE FOB

Bl I ''
BARI
-.'. publication of this
1 Noli. on the i day of Ma>
Harbara I'.othenberK
V ni-dmui
onalRapri ntal
i n a k a
a
H da Manhattan
I kt( eased
ATTORNEY FOR PI RSONAL
RKPRESEN I v !".'. i
\ I .Mam A i ialhut I
aj Waahington Ave
Mtam

.- 11 ard
. wood E mi la nao
.in
.. BU
.--n |< 1BB0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No O0S114FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
, IN RE The marrtagi
FERN VN|n IFERREIRA
\ K'l
UUoner Husband
and
M sR| v r 1 RN vNl'A
A '.
ro M sRI v FERN VNI>A
\ ICI
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.....-
Ne 1108
vl'.E HEREBY NOTI
for
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:
HARVEY I' FR
M vn ittomey for Petll
.. 130 LU
Suit! N .. Miami
H.-..I r. Fl and file
igtna '' '
'
rwlae
w ill be
implalnl or
petition
nu- otii shall be pub
wael
, itivt weeks In the: (EVl
ISH FLORIDIAN
VV ITNESS m v hand ai
Old court at Miami
Elm I day Ol May
1080
EUCHARD P BR1NKER
v. | .. i cin "it Court
Dad Klorlda
B) Willie Brailshaw Jr
v- Deputy Clorh
,il Court Seal'
Harve) 11 Fi ledman Eaoj
130 Lincoln Road
Suite .I"'.'
Miami Beach Klorlda WISH
3116 Ml U.IVI
n\r\ for I'elilioner
088 May 18 2S. 30.
June* 19M
I INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No tO-alsaFC
FAMILY DIVISION
the
Adopt!
.. minor i luld
CHRISTELWILFORK
Petltl
ICTION
ro ii sRRY ;
RESIDENCE i nkni iV.N
YOI sRE NOTIFIED that
ir the adoption of a
minor I and you
. a copy of
en ol ;.-i uon II
to n on BRIAN BRODY BSQ
.iiiiimn i.o Petitioner wnoaa
, Ireaa i- :i ne: 181 31
N M H Fl ISIffl on or before
lun. 1881 and file the
ark ol thla
ourt either before aar\
Petitioner or immediately
i i.'fault
a ill b- antered i i iw
nanded in ihe
vl ii1 ri' IN petition
WITN d the
>.rt on April 25
1W.ii .
RICHARD P BRINKER
erkol the Court
h. i lai inda Bi
\ ark
,08789 Mj ...'.' IS, ;aau
PRIVATE FOUNDATION
ANNUAL REPORT
mnua roporl 4 11 i
; indal
requli i
ogi ol the Internal
la available for
pnn
608 777
Un. kell x n Mian E ...
during r .-iness
.

iimn
lei
Prn
M .. : 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE HTH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
No 10-4210 FC
NOTICE FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
:.. Mai :.!: ol
Wl M iA BLADINIERES
,'.
,'. BLADINII RI -
\N ill V.
C
\l. v. o 13 D F
YOI RI HEREBY
ni ITII IED 'iu.' a Petition for
Marnag* h"*
.,,..d aialnal you an
py oi
a i itten di an)
rierei lOOOLj
Miami Floi I .
i a v and (lie the original
with the Clark ol th abova
i .hir t on or botore June
mo itlwrwlaa a default
.iii be entered agalnal yosj for
the rellel prayod (or in the
Petition
WITNESS m) hand and the
.1 said .....fl at Miami.
Florida, on April 21 i*"'
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk
BYCP COPELAND
Deputy ci.-rk
087OI May2..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that Um un
I
n ih.-.iii
Vl JC AI la
i
III Court ol
ENNEI
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,i Avenue

i.rl DM01 May 2 v
HI 2J. 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 10 JJ3I
Div 01
NOTICE TOCREDITORS
IN RI
DAVID KRIZACK
.--.I
i'. i M.I. PER* INS HAVING
ni'. DEMANDS
\ IAINST THK ABOVE
ESTATE
YOI ARK HEREBY NOTI
E'IE:ii lha! the Ancillary Ad
mmi I the Eatata ol
I I \\ .; KRIZAI Si I- --aaed.
i Berkahira County Maa
.sett.- E'lle N
Di pending in the Circuit
Curt lor Dade County
Florida. Probate Division the
tddreaa ol hi.h is T3 West
Flaglei street Miami E'londa
The Peraonal Repreaenl i
.ale la IRMA KRI
/ vi K a Ii 133 ne:
IWll. North Miami
.11 7M
The name and addreaa ( the
pel sona ri |.r.....ntaTn i
attome) la set forth tk -
AU persona having clalma or
demanda against Ihi
1 rvqalred WITHIN THREE
M.iN ni- FROM THE HATE:
iiE ihe: FIRST PI it
,TION de Mi:.- NOTICE
to t. erk ol the
. .>
men! ni an) mand
. have I
I be in wi
,.. iddn oi the
loi ur in- agenl or ai
i.iiii. amount
, laimi iln not yet
s/hei
the I ent or
,ni 11 q ature of the
uncertaint) ahall be stated If
Ihe i.iiin la secured Ihe
II It) shall ba I'-, nhed
The Claimant shall deliver
lent optaa ol the claim to
Ihe lei k to enable Ihe clerk lo
mail one COP) !>' each personal
representative
AU. CLAIMS DEMANDS
\n;i OBJECTIONS N"
FILED W1L1 BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of Ihe firs! publication
ol this Notice to Creditors Is
Mav 1 ll"'
I KM A KRIZACK
a.- I'ersonal Keprew-ntatlve
oi ihe Eatata ol
DAVID KRIZACK
; i... aaaod
RICHARDL I.AKIN
Attorne) for
Peraonal Repre
i TUT I Hi- .ivne !
North Miami B(
NOTICE UNDER
FICITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICI IS HI
IIVI '
H BATH DISTRIBCTOI
a Itl M
intends I "'d
. with the Clorb ol the
,,i Court mt)
Ida
Bertram Kuriand
Ben Na

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tors
Flagler si Miami FL
M
1 2H 1*
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 10*327
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
IN he: in THE marriage:
ri il >l >'< I' INZALEZ,
HI SHAN! i
.Ulll
PAMELA C GONZALEZ
vv lie
ro PAMELA C GONZALEZ
krsjj
ille Arkansas
Mil ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED thai an action for
olutton oi Marriag-e has
nal you and you
are r. 'PY "'
your written detenaoa, if any. to
it ni VI BERT I-
CARRICAR n P A attorn*)
lot I etlUoner a hose address Is
NVV rUl r-treet Miami
Klonda 128 and IU the
original with the clerk ol the
iurt on or before
... iherwl
igalnal
... i. manded In
ion
Th published
week i"r lour con
in the:
a ISH FLORID1 VN
. Hand and the
, Miami
April
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ i '... h i 'in nil Court
I lade Count) E'londa
BY N V HE WE IT
taDeputy< ..-rk
P A
n vv ; si
Miam Fla 18138
rPetll siei
May 2 *
l. 23 I*""
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTME CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUli OF
FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7e.lSS*8
FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTIONOF
MARRIAGE
IN R| THE M VKKI VIE'. OF
. IR v. IEI \ RAMOS
UUoner Wtle
M vHln RAMOS
oondent Husband
n i M A.R1I i KAM. IS
N Highland St
ArliriKlon V irsjinia 22201
V,it ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Marnajje has
tiled .ujainsl you and you
red ser> e a i op) 4
an) to
.... v.....r) it Law
attoi ney lor I 'el itiotier whoaa
n m :-".h Avenue
Miami E'londa 18138, and file
ail
urt on or
June isth 1880
ill lll be
ir Ihe
. lour coi
.... in The:
RI D IAN
WITNI U I arid Ihe
Miami
I 1 V[it
IW-ii
RICHARD P BRINKER
v-i'i.ik Circuit Court
Dade Count) E innda
B) \ BARKLEY
v-1 leput) Clerk
v K'.- a. AI
at Law P v
.01 N is
Miami E'!a 88138
Tel KL'. 138 vis
Attorney fof Petitioner
I ,ismi May 2.0
''! IONi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE II TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO to AjltFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Mamageof
.n v ENTINO GUTIERREZ
Petitioner Husband.
MARIA DEL CARMEN
ill TIERREZ
ippndenl vn He
BY l I BUCATION
YOI MAKIV DEL CAR
MEN :: I.ERREZ, Avenlda
talans No wr,
Ii.,- .lona
. S\ notified t"
Dlaaolul
GEOR NICHO
1 SQI NVV 12th
E'londa 33136.
Iglna auh the Clerk
,,| t|.. helor June
.-. era .- the i"etltton
I !\ you
i iy of April.
BRINKER
CLERK
B) CLARINDA BROVfN
put) i 'lerk
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^Ofile
ice Chat'for Dr. Kronish
\ffeiv Israel Bond Challenge
*
ft, celebrating his 36th year in
is spiritualUraderof Templt Bet! St
L._ ,-, in ,i photo with former Israt Pi
[
\f Miami Jews wiU travel to Auschwitz on a
i l-nifl Set $tor\ on /'(jo ~H
Land Granted to
High School in Israel
Klp|MT of
Schi ,n Israel, a
program
juniora
.. .it Hod
11 i \\i\ for
"t intensive
Bounced that
Hod MuShamn
I dunarm of
tool f..r its
ont-quartfr
property facing
"on High School
**n- High School in Israel
rurrentl) rents space is
served by, a rood which has
iImi boon deeded i" the
school i>> Mayor Simcha
Maoa
Rabbi Kipper called the
land grant. unique symbol
if the close relationship High
School m Israel has
i~.lahlish.sl in its host
community Mayor Maoi
and the Land Committee "t
Hod HaSharon have
lioth (jcncnius end
visionarv."
ti Charles and Sun,It Simon Ikft one
I MH MiamUuU Man Siher
Miami, and Jack and EUanor h.
teant Miami Shalom Open II
ng program of the Greater Mi
Twice-<7iu< That is what Dr
Leon Kronish is celebrating now
Thirty six years in the rabbinate.
And J.r> of those years as spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom of
Miami Beach
For the past month, the Beth
Sholom congregation has been
helping their rabbi mark this
splendid occasion with social
functions as wide-ranging as an
Israeli hop for the community at
the Temple the other week, to an
.itt.nr at which the world re
Downed open tenor. Luciano
Pavarotti, pertormed and then
lauded l>r Kronish for his con-
tributions ami achievements as |
spiritual leader; to an intimate
part) at the home ol Donald and
Man i. l.etton tor 120 persona
where I >r and \\r- Kronish were
presented with a gift in demon-
stration nt just how Beth Sholo
mites teel about him
I HF APPLE does not tall tar
from the tree \\ hat I >r Kronish
is is what hi has helped makeol
pie Beth Sholom. which
in on June 3, 1942 in a
modest two-story building
mg something liki a garage
with apartments upstairs at 761-
41st Si
Rabbi Samuel Max Machtei
pted the call as Beth
Sholom s tirst spiritual leader on
< let 5 that year On Sept 1. 1944.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, ol Hunting
Ion, L.I N.Y., came to Miami
Reach to take over the pulpit
One year Liter, on Sept 7, the
congregation moved into its
permanent home at 4144 Chase
Vvi
The development of Beth
Sholom at the same site since
then into its present quarters
known nationwide for their
unique architecture to become
one ot the leading Liberal Jewish
congregations in the United
l s, replete with a religious
school, sanctuary. Israel-oriented
educational programs, social and
cultural and intellectual events
centered in Jewish tradition, and
an art and music series with
a national reputation. is
documented in the development
ol Beth Sholom's spiritual leader
since his arrival her.' from Long
Island through 35 years ol
personal growth as s national and
international leader and spokes
man tor organized Jewry
I HFSF DAYS. Dr Kronish.
who was awarded a Doctor of
Divinit) degree from the Hebrew
I niontollege Jewiah Institute ol
Religion in June. 1967, serves
among other things as national
chairman ol the Israel Bonds
Rabbink Cabinet He is national
CO chairman ol the 1-rael Bond
campaign
He i- chairman of the Israel
Commission ol the (enter Con-
ference of American Rabbis
ICCARI He is national chairman
,,t the board of the American
Israel Hiatadrul Foundation and
national senior vice president of
\merican Jewish Congress
These days, Blao, it is rumored
that he w ill be taking over the job
,,t Samuel Rothberg as national
chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization when Rothberg
retires
DR KROMSHS activities
tre BO numerous that it would be
impossible U) catalogue them
except in telephone directory
fashion Sutt.ce it to say that
Israel Bonds and Histadrut are
HOI hisonlv Israeli attiluiti.ms
In this category, there is also
,he United Jewish Appeal, tor
which lie has traveled extensively
in the 1 nitad State* and abroad
Iben there an hi- local att.l
,al,s with the Combined
Jewish Vppeal ol the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and his
pastpn Rabbinical
Beta Miami
Dr Leon Kronish'a activities in behalf of the Jewish com-
munity locally, nationally and internationally have brought
him into contact u ith the legends of our time. Here he is shou n
with the late first Prime Minister of Israel David Hen Ounon
and M{3 Hen Gurion, affectionately knOU n as Paula
He has been president of the
American Jewish Congress
Southeast Council and honorary
chairman ol the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida.
|"HE RABBI'S ties to Israel
go back to 1949, when he first
visited there as part ot a
delegation ol three from Greater
Miami He has visited Israel
regularh since the establishment
ot Jew ish independence
Perhapa the lives of the
children ot Dr, and Mrs Kronish
best symbolize the couple's
commitment to thus ancient
Jewish ideal Their BOO, Dr
Ronald Kronish. who addressed
the Beth Sholom congregation
here recently on > -' i the
organization with which h. is
affiliated as a rabbi, is an assoc
Lite ot the Center for Jewish
Education in the Diaspora at the
Hebrew I niversity ot Mount
Scopus
I heir daughter Amy is aaaoc
uited with the Israel Film
Archives, also in Jerusalem \nd
their youngest daughter, Maxinc
Hope, ia associate director ol the
Hillel Foundation at Brown
l niversity in Providence), Rl
IF INDEED th. apple does
not fall tar from the tree, as th.
old Yiddish proverb declares, one
can easily SOI why And one can
i.isilv understand why. these
lavs Dr Kronish is leading a
movement at Temple Beth
Sholom to strengthen the nuclear
Jewish family (father, mother,
children) an effort focusing on
involving parents in the religious
educat mn ol their children
This involves religious re
treats, encouraging Bibl, stud)
in the home, and scheduling con
gr.gational tamilv retreats
WHAT Is needed, he seems to
believe is to shore up the spi
created bv the erosion ol the
tamilv I or Judaism, tor Jewish
tradition, tor the individual .lew.
this tendency is an historic
disaster
1 >r Kronish would like to avoid
that disaster Vnd bo, on the
i m i asion ol t w ice I i he is
ing on y.t another project
Those who know his record ol
past achievement can be no less
than confident that, at Temple
Beth Sholom. his ettorts will
succeed
ORTto
Celebrate
Honor
Roll
Luncheon
Maxim Su g< /
Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American OUT,
celebrating a record breaking year ot fund-raising during its
Centennial Birthday "l ear, will hold its culminating Honor Roll
Luncheon and installation at the FontainebleauHilton Hotel on
Sunday, May lb, at 11 30 am
Twelve children and teenagers of Temple KmanuT.l,
directed by artist, Trixie Levin, will salute ORT on its 100th
birthday in the musical review 100 ORT Years Ago "
Maxine Siegel. chairperson, has announced that bright
colored tissue paper and mirrored centerpieces and decorations
will carrj OUt the theme Image of an ORTist
Over 1.200 members of the Region who have achieved
Honor Roll status will be honored, and the highest achiever in
each chapter w ill receive apodal recognition
Long active in Jewish community service and past
Southeastern Florida Region President. Felice Traktman. will be
th. installing officer for Region officers and presidents of 32
local chapters
To be installed as Region officers are President. Jean Rose
Executive Committee Chairman. Ruth I-eff; Vice Presidents,
Mil.n.d Feld. Hilda Katz. Mickey Matlin, Pauline Sher.
\dncnne Sussman. Minn Werner. Corresponding Secretary,
Uladyes Benea; Recording Secretary, Bea Shult/. Financial
Secretar) Kritzie Leit; Treasurer, Hennv tpner Parliamen-
tarian and immediate past Region President fcnnSperoni.
d^wislli Flor idiaia
Miami. Florida. Ma) '
SEC I ION B


inTorHlv
IJ
'From Holocaust to Redemption'
Mission to Poland and Israel
David Schaecter, Miami in-
dustrialist and philanthropist,
has spoken time and time again
to groups throughout Greater
Miami about his adolescent years
in Auschwitz. Buchenwald. and
Mauthausen concentration
camps and the horror of sur-
viving under the Nazi terror.
This year, from Oct. 12 to 26,
he will retrace some of those dark
steps as he leads a group of
Greater Miami Jews back to
Auschwitz as part of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's
mission to Poland and Israel,
"From Holocaust to Redemp-
tion."
The mission is part of a travel
program on behalf of the 1981
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, developed by
the Federation called "Journey to
Jerusalem In Quest of the
Jewish Spirit."
THE PROGRAM has been
developed to give participants an
opportunity for in-depth study of
the origins of the present day
Jewish people. Plans now call for
four trip segments starting at
different points on the globe, all
joining together in Jerusalem
where they will continue on a
study trip of,the Jewish State.
From the first moment their
plane touches down at Warsaw's
Okecie Airport, the experiences
which will be etched into the
group's collective consciousness
will be unlike any others they
have witnessed beforehand, said
Schaecter.
Also accompanying the group
will be Benjamin Meed, born in
Warsaw and a leader of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943.
Meed is currently president of
the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance
Organization iWAC.KOi. a
leading group in programming
annual commemorations of the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and
Holocaust throughout the world.
HE IS the author with his wife
Vladka of the book. Both Sides of
The Wall, a documentary of the
many missions the two un-
dertook on both Jewish and
Aryan sides of the Warsaw
Ghetto walls during World War
II.
In addition. Meed serves as
\ ice president of the World
Federation of Jewish Fighters,
(amp Inmates and Nazi Victims.
He is on the board of the Greater
New York Conference on Soviet
Jewry and is a member of the
board of directors of the Jtu ish
Daily Forward.
Under the leadership of Meed
Technion Leader
at Adath Yeshurun
Sam B. Topf. president of the
(ireater Miami Chapter.
American Technion Society, will
be the guest speaker at Shabbat
sen ices on Friday. May 23. at
Temple Adath Yeshurun. at 8:15
p.m.
Topf will address the issue of
' I srael and the energy crisis in
the 1980s.'' The Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology, located
in Haifa, is a leading source of
research and development in the
field of alternative energy
supplies.
The public is invited to join the
congregation for services, Topf's
speech, and the Oneg Shabbat
which will follow.
Shavuoth Services
Shavoth will be ushered in at
Beth Kodeah Synagogue,
Tuesday. May 20. at 7:15 p.m.
Services will be held Wed-
nesday and Thursday mornings
at 8:45. Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Cantor Leon Segal will officiate.
Memorial services will be
conducted Thursday, May 22 at
10 a.m. The rabbi will discuss:
Are We Involved?
Dai id Schaecter
and Schaecter. mission par-
ticipants will visit the site of the
Warsaw ghetto: the Twardia
Synagogue. Warsaw's last
Jewish house of worship, the
500.000 Jewish grave Gezia
Cemetery, and Cracow and its
historic Remo Synagogue, ac-
cording to plans now being
finalized.
A FEATURE of the Denmark
experience will be a planned
audience with Her Majesty
Queen Margrethe II and His
Royal Highness Prince Henrik.
An additional feature of the
Denmark experience will be home
hospitality with families who
sheltered and saved Jews during
World War II.
Plans are being formulated
now, under the leadership of
Norman Braman and Donald
Lefton for meetings with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
Defense Minister Ezer Weizman
once the group is in Israel.
The Israel segment of the trip
will also include a planned visit
aboard the Hercules CM 30
transports used by Israeli
commandos who rescued the
Entebbe hostages in 1976.
Along with home hospitality,
participants will also be received
in the home of Israeli President
Yitzhak Navon.
B'nai B'rith Past Presidents Clu
The Past Presidents Club of Benjamin Bart/.off. a
B'nai B'rith will hold its monthly
dinner meeting on Monday. May
19. at The Beau Rivage Hotel.
Bal Harbour.
All presidents and past
presidents of the order are invited
to at tend
of the board of director! jjgil
honored for his 50 >. :r ,,
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istadrut Foundation
f0 Welcome President
> legist fkrHit r
I'aifftH
Beth Torah to Honor Lillian Steinfink
The
Israel Histadrut Foun-
,IIIF| Mill welcome its
B,W t rriurr. from Israel at a
up,,\.nr.Hvpt.nn Wednesday.
bra"' ". ,m at the
Miami Reach.
n, Stain *h< topic will ba
Arnv" Inflatkm. tha Waal
"J^B, .nd "hat
will dire hii commanta
,h, recently aularaatad
Ma) 26 deadline
vear at (amp
i
Neil
nvniiv mmm
nomy talks
m iodefinital)
.-..,,nan Pr.-s.dent
political obaarvaf
i, Stein will ba in
react to
Ji the
PK STEIN who i> reporting
to Histadrut
tad adari <>t
ol the com
mun held top level
Mith Yeruham
, retarj general of
m incraaaing
- social walfara
these timaa <>1
ition, which has
, i rcant
government of
more funds in
and inflation fighting
while reducing puhlio
a. must continue to
llistadrul I social.
educational in
- that the people of
l~- continue to help
Dr Stein notes
' n ol the people of
Ism *ay8 bean that which
the) could do for themselves.
a m must tneura that this
Mill -. mam possible
I' r vein diacuaaad with
Histadnil plans flir the major
hospital Mhich ill ba expanded
Negev, an area of much
^gnt | lopment during
- Mith Israel with
v ast military and
in installations to the Negev
Sinai under the peace
I .[No re\ lewed con
, propoaala for the newest
Bet Vvol i Hume for the Agedl in
(iivatayim near Tel \viv
Horrowitz JWV
I U \ \|. Horrowitz Post
~ and the Ladies Auxiliary
North Miami Heach w.ll hold
their annual Aid to Israel Mar
"M.Sunday. Maj [g, trnm i
1 pin at Grayoolda I'ark
Miami Gardaoa Dr
entrance
Itr S S-,
Bponaorad b) Sam end Kebet a
Feinateinol West Palm M.
1 he Israel Histadnil Four
dation, which specializes in the
field ol deferred giving and to
data h.i- mobilized more than
million in long term > on
mitments for Histadrut social
and welfare programs is
preparing tor the celebration
during Chanukah, I960, of the
with anniversar) of the founding
of Histadnil i>> David Hen
(iunon and his colleagues
I Heth Torah Congregation will
honor Lillian Steinfink for her
more than 20 v Ban as a teacher in
the Religious School at Yom
Hamoreh services, on Saturday.
May IT. at h to a.m. in the main
anctuar)
I>r Max \ LipachitZ, raliln of
Heth Torah. will officiate and pa)
tribute to Mrs Steinfink'a
devotion, compassion, and em
pathy to the thousand or more
students whom she taught in the
Bar Mitzvah to
Michael Krstling. Bar Mitz-
vah, son ol Sheila and Morton
1 railing, will host the Oneg
Shabbat in honor of temple
/.-us iall volunteer' Choir
Friday, Ma) 16, at late -
serv ii es
tling, who will read his
Haftorah al 9 a m Nature
sabbath services on Slav IT has
a i hoir member for almost
two vears
Krstling chose this apecial
night to honor all his friends in
hoir He will sing with them
during Frida) night aervvicea
Following aanctuar) services, he
will lead them to the ballroom to
Political Notes
Runs for Senate
Ocala attorne) Lewis E
Dinkins haa announced his
candidacy for the I S Senate
He will run on the Republican
ti< kel
Runs for Congress
past 20 yeara She is also a mem
bar of the Mollie Kahaner Sister
hood ol Heth Torah.
Lillian and Max Steinfink have
been married for 4ii years Their
children. Mr and Mrs Bruce
I Shelly I Haaaof \llanta.and Mr
and Mrs Morns [Gaill Schemer,
and grandchildren. Renae
Schemer Michelle. Irwin and
Ronald Bryan Haas mm Mrs
"steinfink in celebrating this
'i I a^ion
Honor Choir
recite the Kiddush The choir
under the direction of Avron
Smolensky, music director.
\ s|Mirts enthusiast. Erstling
is planning to enter Judaica
s* nior High in the fall at Temple
/lot'
Mrs Steinfink will be the
recipient of the Yom Hamoreh
Award for 1980. which will be
presented by Kugene Lipman.
president of Heth Torah Congre-
gation, and .Jerrold I Leeson.
director of education and youth
Yom Hamoreh (The Day of the
Teacher! Will also honor the
teachers of the early childhood
program and the Hebrew School
Btafl of Heth Torah They in-
clude Belle Hockstein. Asenath
l-.lfenbein. Kvelyn Lllenbogen
Joyce Frand. Riky Givon) Beryl
insberg, l>r Joel Heyman,
Hav hi Himelstein, Joyce Leeson.
Jeanette Levine, Beverl) Lief,
Beverl) Lindeand Harriet Weiss
The community and all ol her
present and former students are
invited to the serv ice

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Miam Bea< h I ...
Mann PhoM I
Out nf lucal urru call i ''licet
Herb HiNidwin is a Republican
Kingsleys to Lead^SfttTJSSi ,nnKre9Sfrom
Journey to Israel
and Mrs Ralph 1'
will lead Temple Sinai
ive
Lost meets the
third Thursday at 8
dquarters at 160th St & l
North Miami Beach
ng is \\ns is
first and
p.m at
I 1
Next
Rabbi
Kings ley
for the seventh time on their
annual summer .lournev 10
Israel leav ing Miami on July 15.
\ special informational
evening will be held in the
aynagogw s Rosenblum School
liuikiing. on Wednesda) Ma)
21, at 8 pin Persons m the
community wishing to know
'details of the trip arc invited to
join the rabbi and his wife for
coffee aim i eke
A repreeentetive "f LI Al will
Im- praaant with travel film
Congregation
To Celebrate
The Cultural Committee of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation will
celebrate the 32 yeara ol the
independence ol the State ol
Israel. Sunday, Ma) 18 .it s p m
at the social hall Miami Heach
(iuest speaker will be Sender
M Kaplan Leon Yuddof. Rosa
l.uski and Oscar Shapiro, pianist,
will perform in songs and poems
Chairman is Julius Seleaki
Business Notes
Sidney M. Berger. a banking executive with IT years of
mtv ice with Chemical Bank of New York, has joined the Sky lake
State Hank as assistant director of business development. it was
announced by Edward C. Haynes. president.
The Sky lake State Bank was founded in 1971 Jay I. Kialak is
chairman and Alec Courtellia is vice chairman of the board of
directors
Nadler to Run
For Court Seat
Kormer North Miami Heach
ludge Joseph M Nadler will run
tor the Hade County Circuit
Court seat being vacated by
Richard S Fuller m September'a
non partisan election if in-
cumbant Circuit Court Judge
John V Ferguson files for
reelection
Nadler, who has practiced law
in Miami for the past 29 years.
earlier had indicated he was
going to file for Ferguson | seat.
when it was understood that
Judge Ferguson would not seek
another term
Judge Farina Runs
For Re-election
Dade County Court Judge
Joseph I' Farina has announced
he will seek to retain his seat in
Group 17, subject to the non-
part iSSJI elect ion on Sept \>
Appointed bj Go* Hob
Graham, Judge Farina currently
serves m the criminal division,
with officers in the Metropolitan
Justice Building and is current Iv
assigned to the North Miami
Beach branch court
Judge Farina is the former
mayor of Miami Shores and has
practiced law in Florida since
1970
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National and district leaders and staff of
American Red Magen David for Israel
mourn the passing of one of its most prominent
leaders, Mr. Samuel Reinhard, Armdi Florida
State Chairman. Mr. Reinhard motivated
all who worked with him to greater service
for Magen David Adorn in Israel. He will be
greatly missed. Our sympathies go to the entire
Reinhard family.
David Coleman
Florida State President
Robert L. Schwartz
Southeast District Director
Howard Kaufman
President of
Greater Miami Chapter
Honorable Kmanuel Celler
Sational Chairman
Joseph Handelman
National I*resident
Benjamin Saxe
Sational Execu til e
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L.
Golda Sculptures Set for
Bonds Century Club
Bonds Youth Builders Pass 100 Mark
The Century Club of the State
of Israel Bonds Organization has
announced the creation of a
Golda Meir sculpture to be
presented to all those who have
purchased $100,000 or more in
State of Israel Bonds during
1980.
The sculpture, approved by
Golda Meir shortly before her
death, was created by artist. Paul
Goodman, whose work is
featured in many important
I'nited States and Israeli
collections.
According to I)r Maxwell and
Reva Dauer. co-presidents of the
Honor Guard Society of the
Century Club, it is fitting and
appropriate that the Bonds
Organization recognize those who
establish important levels of
participation, with a likeness of
(iolda Meir
Indeed, the Israel Bond
Organization is. in large part, the
result of the dream of Golda Meir
and those who shared that
dream. The Dauers noted that
when the first Israel Bond drive
was launched Mrs Meir pledged.
the children of Israel would grow
up as proud, safe, sell
respecting Jews honor bound
to pay back with interest the
bonds that would be purchased
Mrs Dauer. who is also
president of the Israel Bonds
Golda Meir Club, said that no
other expresssion could better
s\ mbolize the spirit ol Israel
Bonds because (iolda Meir
epitomized the leadership,
heroism and pioneer spirit of the
nation
More than 100 Bar and Bat
Mitzvah children have become
members of the Israel Bonds
Youth Builders Club, according
to chairman Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley of Temple Sinai of
North Dade
The Youth Builders Club is an
ongoing program in s*>u'n
Florida, which teaches youth the
importance of supporting Israel
as a part of their ancestry and
cultural heritage. Rabbi Kingsley
explained.
'It has been designed so that a
Bar or Bat Mitzvah child will
purchase a minimum $250 Israel
Bond from the monies he or she
receives ,,s Mar Mat MHzvah
gift
To date more than 100
youngsters have become
members of the dub that will
continue to grow as an awareness
grows among the young Jewish
people of the critical need to
support Israel and the growth of
its economy, especially in these
times of inflation ?d Political
problems in the Middle hast,
he said.
Rabbi Kingsley urged all area
rabbis to continue the >outh
Muilders program in their
ynagogues because of the
pedal neadi m Israel at this
tune
Everyone knows that the
Smai has been returned to Egypt
and the military installations.
development towns and industry
must U' relocated in the Negev
This costi monej and Israel
bonds can be used to help paaa
he said
Anv information on the Israel
Bonds Youth Muilders Club can
he obtained bj calling ths larael
Bont office al the Hones Puuaon
Miami Beach
Kingaiey
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Family Encounter Set at Temple Israel
The (iolda Meir sculpture is set
on a solid walnut base and is
eight inches high It is B special
edition limited U) members ol the
Century Club and is numbered
and signed b) artist Goodman.
who is an art lecturer at the
Baltimore Museum of Art
Chug Aliyah Group to Meet
The South Florida Chug
Aliyah Group will hold its next
meeting on Sunday. May 1H. at
7:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Federation.
(iuest speaker will be I)r
Aharon Kfir. general director of
the Israel Aliyah Centers for
North America He will speak on
Aliyah New Avenues for
Jewish People Searching for
Their Roots!"
Dr. Kfir. bom in Jerusalem, is
a senior lecturer of the Depart
ment of Political Science of
Haifa University and Hebrew
University.
The Aliyah group is comprised
of people from this area who have
Bnai Zion Group
Sets Dance
South Florida Chapter No. 147.
Bnai Zion, invites members and
friends (singles-couples) to a
dance Saturday. May 17 at 8 p.m.
in the Hallandale Jewish Center.
Proceeds go to the Bnai Zion
Home for the Retarded Children
in Israel. There will be a catered
coffee hour and music__________
Wholesale Distributors of
Aliyah in mind for themselves for
the future
An Israel Reports film will be
shown For information, call the
Nrael Aliyah Center in the
Jew ish Federation.
A special family encounter
program will be held at the
Kendall Branch of Temple larael
of Greater Miami on Sunday.
May 18, from 5 to 8 M p.m
"Temple Israel will sensor a
family evening, with the hope
that our concern for American
Jewish famih life and the in
creasing pressures ol our times
will be met head-on." according
to Rabbi Mrett Goldstein
The schedule tor the evening
will include a li;ht buffet dinner.
a keynote talk by Rabin Gold-
stein and five two-hour buzz
sessions to run concurrently
Those attending will then meet
together to discuss what the)
learned
Scheduled are a teen session
to (* led by Lynn 1-eight on
\ss,rti\eness fur Teens" and
Pills. Poland Peer Pleasure."
Intermarriage" for those
already in this situation and for
those contemplating this kind ol
family, to be moderated bv Rabbi
Goldstein and Rabbi Lewis
Bogage
The Single Parent Family.'
led bj psychotherapists Roberta
Gallagher and Jim Segal, both
single parents
Todaj ~ Famil) Tomorrow
Future a seesion t" discuss
good familial relations with leas
stress, led b\ Ke\ a \\ is,'man
The Metier Halt |
dealing with the retin
wars ],.,i b) E ugenc Gre<
director Sen ice
For reservations oi i .
information, call ;b
Israel office Reaerval
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will t.ik. place Fridaj May lt>. at
tin Montmartre Hotel, Miami
Beach, at noon Fntertainment
Will be furnished b) Joseph
Maker accompanied by Jerry
Carret la
The League had its annual
Donor Luncheon and installation
ol officers al the Dora! Hotel
Mai
Hetty Kaspar will !.. ;
for the next term 1 i.
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The
elected
of the
of the
Jewish
installed on
officers
Section
f
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,.
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lireater Miami
Satu-nal Council
Women *"e
Wednesday. May W-
Thev are Nan Rkrh. president
, Sue Horowitz, vice
;,r,M.l,nt of community services:
Harlem- Marks, vice president of
Sorrespondim M-oreUry. and
Adah |\,--,'luner. financial
secretary
S, ,;,, elected diractora are:
K Bickman, Bobbi Gilbert,
. Lehman, Kru-da Levine.
Mollie Rudt, Barbara atotof and
irk in.
,.. n lected for,, two
epl Preaidenl 1 led
,(,.. will aarvi on
action
from current!)
lent Louise
. :, .
l gther
pn ident
I
mean*
Brnstein, Elaine
Lillian Gordon, Juliet
.-.i Mint/
ng ; h.' membera ol the
S( !\\ Section board of diractora
My ra 1- .irr and Martha Myara
hold lifetime honorary
- on ihe national Nt'.JW
ind \iin,i Maa Rom who
serves as Florida atate public
rs chair
Goldman and Evelyn
both past taction
ontinua to aarva
m iu is a volunteer
it ion dedicated in the
ludaiam to advancing
welfare and the
ii wra> i : lit*- 1 hrougfa .<
program ol
and social
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Temple Sinai
Confirmation


Kalph I
S
young paop i
have bean in Tempk
S nagogue School aini i
n, will ,.;uh make a
nfirmatioo Btatement aa the}
> hold the ncrad Torah Scroll,
arhich the> will |. Messed
he rabbi
I he s.t\ ice will also include
original prayers and songs which
' ava written
Hi. confirmands will
I'.'rtuipate in the aarvkt
^dnesday at 10:30 a m
'' rWl p*lr who will b* ron
llrrned *r* Klyw Anrhell. dmufhter of
Mr ami Mr% Burry Anch, 1>avl(1
Hanmt .on f Mr n<1 Mr. Paul
.', u J""""Bm daughtrrof Mr
Mr, K-nnr.hB.m W.rrrn Hfrne
Dr and Mm J.ch H.rn.
'<"< luvi. daughter of Mr and
Of l"vl. Kmlly Hartman.
:'"'' Ol Mr and Mr. Howard
Mr .' J'nc* Kteln. daughter of
;',"d Mr Norman S Kl.ln. Mil
i' I ^"""*> "" ol Mr and Mr.
u Krorn'y NU LarkowlU aon of
%" *nd Mr, l.o Lfkowlti, Orln
BUj .on of Mr and Mr. Jack Sand.
,1,7"1' ">" ol Mr and Mr* Kinin
Smith. Iiavid Sttlnberg, aon of Mr and
Mi, V\aynrst*inbrg. Todd Steinberg.
K 22 MJ "nd Mr" Rodney Steinberg
Mirlha Sternberg. daughter of Mr and
, I -' ^..rnbrt, Mlt.-hell Wax
^*xriian Kenneth Wolf, aon of Dr and
Mrs Kobert Wolf
also
on
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HIGH HOUDAYS
Of a Conservative Congregation
S**>d raarume to TiiiIi fail a.
Boa 08412. Ft Myara. FU 33008.
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Honorees
Inadvertently omitted
Hilda Grau Eric Glaser
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Grauer

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foung Presidents Uub Welcomes Members
Twenty-seven doctors, lawyers [centerpieces by Jenny and guitar
and business chiefs all have music m tne Mediteranean Room,
something in common thev all truncheon guests listened to
became members of Mount Sinai presentations made by hospital
Medical Centers philanthropic leaders and committee chairmen
organization. the prestigious Dr Jav Sanders, director of
Young President's Club. (YTC) medical affairs at Mount Sinai,
Young community leaders jn "'viewed the Young President s
the fields of medicine, dentistry, n,w ,,Mn,'nt Hotline project and
hanking law, architecture and tn'' PTOgre* being made in that
accounting up tht- [ 14 program He also discussed the
members ol this group hnh ''"'"'''P' "' using closed circuit
honored new members and in- television in bringing med
irunchhosted care l" outlv^' '"- -r
M unit \ through
VV< -:. lew Country Club
Kmk. >i>,- WHILE the Young Presidents
circuil television
programming from patients. I\
:i Gelb, Dr. Fred ,nt"
loom and Richard '"' s U1 th'' process of
.,.. (1. in plementing thi
. \\ ,.,ss tircuit television in providing a
upu method tor \ouiik,' visitors not
NKW membersat-la Mowed ,,n ,n. noora tl, V,M(
M.inoru Kobhins. Dr Robert ,u 1
,, ... ,, In'ir loved ones who are in the
Mas- ,,nd |ra \ranson. who w ,11 ,,,,, j, n
sene with the reelected mem
Ihts Martin Sandier. Arthur ilr<' verv Prouli "' lh<'
Sheppardand (ierald Miller. many contributions made to the
.jj. ,_ hospital by this very active, verj
^:1""" ,;' ,'h m'*n a,nd "^ Foup ol professionals;
LI !', ,hW P'aqLKiorsaid AKui Goldberg, executive
having joined the group within ,,* Dreaident
the past year. Builder Kenneth !;
Stovve \ttornev Kdward Tavlin Social ( hairman Flora
and Psvchiatrv Chief at Mount Aranson announced that she has
Sinai. 'Dr Brian Weiss, an- alreadv lined up the calendar for
nounced that they had pledged to tne >ear. with plans for a cocktail
become members in this Partv ln September, a luncheon in
dedicated. humanitarian November, and the year and gala
organization Ted Finkel. joined al tn<" Konov*'r Hotel on Dec 13
by hospital leaders Kdward New memt>ers honored at the
Shapiro, chairman of the board. West view affair include Jeff res
and President Arthur Pearlman. Barash. Robert Bedell. M D
greeted and congratulated all Frank Bramson. Moses Braun.
new members Judah Burstyn, Stephen Cypen.
Amidst spring bouquet floral ('erald Kngel. Mark Friedman.
David (ioihman and Ted
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Beth Am Groups to Install Officers
V : ht l'ruia> evening service
on \!a> 16, at 30, Rabbi Dr
Herbert \l Baumgard, senior
rabbi ol Temple Beth Am.
Miami, will install newl) elected
officers ol the temple and board
of trustees .is ,.|i a- officers Ol
the Brotherhood and Sisterhood
Dr v\ ilham I Silvi I
re-elected president ol the
tempi. .Ionian Mittel is t he
lirman ol the board of
trustees Selms Rappaporl
cunt inues ai erhood
president, and Ben Friedman will
be the new Mrotherho.nl
president
Hadar Mizrachi Women to Meet
Hadar Chapter ol \mencar.
Mizrachi Wunen will have the
final meeting ol the season
Thursday. May 29, at noon at the
Washington Savings and Loan
Association Building. 1133 Kam
(oncourse Mai Harbour
\ luncheon will !* held
honoring the following members
Rosalie Berlej Roe* I ceisier,
Florence Ordover and Minnie
Sherman
Breyers
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At Temple Judea
On the Eva of s
Tuesday. May 20, at
lemple Judea. Coral Gal f, S
calabrata the confim si
students with a ip. *
service
Rabbi Michael B l
the conflnnanda in
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Bernards Straus.
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Day School Gets
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\fter an evaluation

Louis Nulman. a meml......
presidium ol lor.ii.
the National Societ) I
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pronounce*! to be i
educational excellent*!
n hools across t h ci i .
Dr Nulman said most
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Hebraic and Jud.n.
the need) ol the -
community
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every cup Because Breyers is the creamy smooth,
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raspberry, black cherry, peach and lots of other
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Bazaar Benefits Day Care Particioants Confirmation at Adath Yeshurun
... __.j_ u.. n,QQr _H hul unrvrt t hp than hull <'I thi-m trail, with a ... ,. ,. _. ,. ___ ,_
and food made by
,,,,. participants of the
S *duH DJ Carter will bt
. ,,.. 1 to 8 pm. .m
,..,,,. May II. >
p-Vk 6001 M.-.ayn.' Hnulevard.
xiuur.. Th,(Vnter.sad.v,S,onof
lh, Miami Jewtoh "n" a,nd
,.,,.,! forth.- Aged at DouKla*
llir,!,n- Ml proceeds from the
Ma/aar will help support the
Center.
Also featur.il will he the
Dixieland Jazz Hand of Frank
Huhhell and the Stomp, rv
uieaentail in cooperation with
PACE HOPE-LIFE
I hf Douglas Gardens-City ol
Miami Senior Adult Day Cantar
tent's some 11* clients, more
than half of them I rail with a
daily program of nparviaed
group activitiea deaignad to keep
ibe elderly active and Involv.
u ;i community alternative to
jnstitutional care The Canter
providaa daily meal and two
snacks, and round trip tran
portatton
The Ma/aar is tree and open to
the public
On rhuraday, May 22, u
Students of Temple Adatli
Yeshurun Hebrew School
i onfirmation (lass v,\\\ (>e
confirmed during Mrvicea on the
second day oi Shavuoth They
will participate in the service and
will be awarded with certificates
and tfitts
The confirmands are: Joseph
Peinstein, Lewis Kelder, Lisa
Harmelin, Louis Harmelin.
Kenneth Horowitz. Darren
Levine, Lisa Levine, Jay Marcus.
Andrew Miller. Kichard
Nirenherjc. Kvan Kosenfeld. Sheri
Roaenthal, Louis Semel and
(iregg Weiaar.
Temple Judea Officers to Be Consecrated
ne officers and board of
trustees ol Temple Judea. Coral
y. ill consecrated by
K,',..;, Michael B. Eieanetl at
Kr>ices, 15 p m Friday. May
K following a special Shabbat
Dinner in their honor
1 h< new officer* are President
Harve) Millar, reelected to a
eacond tann \ ice praaidanta
Harr> Haaaar, Gerald Kogan.
Eric Meyers and Margie
spru/.r. Sacratary, GailAndkh;
Financial Secretary. Dr Hamld
Taylor. Treasurer. Russell
Silverman and Past President
Marvin Pearlman
The board of trustees consist*
Emanu-El Youth Announce Tour
--
Temple F.manu El Youth will
iponaor a 1980 Summer Tour of
Israel and Greece, under the
suparviaiOB of Dr Amir Baron.
educational director of Temple
Emanu-El, and Bennett
Mramson. youth director of
l.mple Kmanu-El. July 1
through July 31.
Highlight of the trip will be
Bar Mit/vah arvicaa conducted
bj l>r Irving l^hrman. rabbi of
Emanu-El, at the
Western Wall Children of Mar
..,:. age will !> Mar Mill
, n bj Rabbi l-vhrman
which is open tw the
-. will include meetings
r. officials from Israeli
nl diacuaaing govar
and the peat procaaa
in a K ibbut /
ing w it h Israeli
\. hanging ideas
Mi Masada and ha\ ing
rvs es atop t ne
m I ii h is the oUW'st
dimming in the Red
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ind 1 ?ead seas
Rabbi Saltzman
Reports
On Assembly
id Saltzman will
t com enUon of
Vaaambly at
id is May U al B
Vveni ira Jewish Center
Saturday arvicaa will !>.
i in
ivuoth sen icaa will start al
p m rueeda) Ma) 20 and
lay May -' I, el MS m
*i i i unan aarmon will (>
;' liove of Kuth. \ Vina of
il Life
day May 21, aarvioaa
15 p m and at 8 16
there will he a special
10th s,r\ M and Sisterhood
tig' Kabbi Salt/man will
I sent .lew ish Attitude
rowardi Convaraion and Con
verti
rha sermon theme on Thura-
Maj 22, at 8 A;, am will be
i he Meaning of Kevelation
"> i/k..r service will Ik- at 9 45 a m
Course for Converts
Set at Sinai
Kabbi Julian I Cook, associate
rabbi for education and youth at
lemple Sinai of North Dade. wdl
'"gin an introductory course for
prospective converts on
Saturday. May 24.
The class, which is open to the
"immunity, will seek to meet the
needs of those who are interested
m joining the Jewish people and
will run throughout the summer
montha The class wdl involve
reading and discussion, as well as
regular attendance at Sabbath
worship services
Those who are interested are
asked to call FUbbi Cook.
The various universities visited
will include. Hebrew University.
Mar I Ian University. Tel Aviv.
Haifa. Yeshiva and Ben-Ciurion
For information. call the
temple office
Of Florence Maskm. Donald
Bierman, Stanley Bulhin.
Sanford Darnis, Morton
(ioldenblank, Richard (ioodman.
Joseph Greenberg, Xelda
Harrison, (iail Jaffe. Harold
Jaffer. Fine Kasper. Men E Klein.
Jack I .anger Stanton Levin.
(ireta Munach. Nancy Pastroff.
\ ictor lU'iter. Dr Sorrel S
Reanik, Morris Kichman.
Menjamin Schwartz. Laurel
Shapiro. Kichard Waldorf and
Dr Steven M Weissberg
At services. Kabbi Flisenstat
will be speaking on the topic.
The EXODUS, with a new Cast of
Characters the Cubans and the
Haitians "
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Applicant should have experience in youth work within .
the Jewish community, as well as administrative experience <
Zionist background desired
Send Resume To
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North Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
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Richard S. Wolfson has been
elected president of the West view
Country Club of Miami.
Other newly elected officers,
directors and committee
chairmen are as follows:
Richard E. Deutch. president
emeritus: Richard Waxenberg.
president emeritus; David P
Catsman. executive vice
president; Richard E Deutch.
chairman of the board; Sidney
Lefcourt, vice chairman of the
board; Leo Rose, first vice
president; L. Jules Arkin. second
vice president: Arnold M. Straus,
secretary: Dr. Lester Russin.
assistant secretary; Walter L.
Jacobs, treasurer: and Jack
Langer. assistant treasurer.
Board of Directors: L. Jules
Arkin. David P Catsman, Julius
Darsky. Dr Richard E Deutch,
Louis Grossman. Walter L.
Jacobs. Jack Langer. Arthur
Langsam. Sidney Lefcourt. Leo
Rose. Jr.. Dr. Lester A. Russin.
Arnold M. Straus. Gerald
Warren. Richard Waxenberg.
and Richard S Wolfson.
Committees: Finance and
Budget. Walter L Jacobs; House
Committee. Richard E. Deutch,
chairman. Bernard Zimetbaum.
vice chairman: Greens Com-
mittee. Arnold M Straus;
Entertainment Committee. Mrs
Robert (Fredi) Consolo; Mem-
bership, Sidney Lefcourt.
chairman. Richard Russ. vice
chairman: Tennis Committee.
Dr. Norman S. Jaffe and I-eonard
Miller. co-chairman. Robert
Balogh. assistant chairman
Also. Legal Committee. David
P. Catsman. chairman;
Grievance Committee. Leo Rose.
chairman: Major Capital
Improvement, Jack Langer.
chairman: Golf Tournament, Ed
Tavlin, chairman: Hospitality.
Ed Harris and Diane Carmel;
Bridge. Wm. Seamon; Medical
Committee. Dr Marshall Pepper;
Federation. Gerson Bernstein;
Young Members. Richard Russ;
Westview Planning Committee.
Dr. Richard E. Deutch and Real
Estate. Walter L. Jacobs.
Miamaraiiia
by Isabel Grove
Principals in the annual Awards Luncheon, election anil in-
stallation meeting of the Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida talk over the May 20 event at the Konover Hotel in
Miami Beach. From left are Harriet Green, council president
and luncheon chairman; Mildred Weiss of Deerfield Beach,
southeast area chairman and installing officer, and Beebi
Pullman of Fort Lauderdale. area organization chairman who
will offer the invocation.
Annual Awards Lunch
For Pioneer Women
Engagement
Stein-Bearman
l.ila and Herb Stein of Hialeah
announce the engagement of
their daughter Wendy to Dale
Bearman. son of Martha and Jay
Bearman of Coral Gables.
The wedding is planned
Jan. 4 at Temple Judea.
for
Miss Stein, a graduate of the
University of Florida,
Gainesville, is employed as
program director of the Y WCA in
Lowell. Mass. She resides in
Brookline, Mass.
Mr. Bearman, a graduate of
Tufts University, Boston, is a
student at Tufts Medical School,
Boston He resides in Brighton,
Mass
Mildred Weiss of Deerfield
Beach, southeast area chairman
of Pioneer Women and a member
of the national board of directors
of the Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America, will
serve as installing officer at the
annual Awards Luncheon,
election meeting and installation
session of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida
Tuesday. May 20. at noon in the
Konover Hotel, Miami Beach
Bebee Pullman of Fort
Lauderdale. also a national board
member and southeast area
organization chairman who is
past president of Friends of
Pioneer Women, will deliver the
invocation.
Felice P. Schwartz of Miami
Beach, vice president of the
Pioneer Council of South Florida,
is chairman of the nominating
committee, and will present the
slate. Harriet Green of Miami
Beach, president of the council
and national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation, will
serve as chairman of the day.
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made at the Pioneer
Women Council office
Ge.ald Schwartz. past
president of the American Zionist
Federation of South Florida and
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regional director of the American
Fnends of Haifa University in
Israel, will moderate a discussion
on "The Bar Mitzvah of the
Reunification of Jerusalem." The
Israeli capital was reunified
during the Six-Day War of June.
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Panel participants will include
Jacob Nurock. vice president of
Bank Leumi. Israel's largest
bank, and manager of its Miami
Beach agency, and Ane Sommer.
deputy director of tourism for the
Israel Government Tourist
Office.
Awards will be presented to
members of some 25 Dade and
Broward county chapters and
clubs of Pioneer Women for
activities in the fields of fund
raising, programming. Zionist
affairs. American affairs,
membership and public relations.
Engagement
Lipson-Tucker
Cantor and Mrs. William
Lipson announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter. Denise Joy. to
Gary Richard Ticker, son of Mr
and Mrs. M Gerald Ticker of Los
Angeles. Calif.
Denise earned her Master of
Science degrees in education of
the hearing impaired and in
clinical audiology from Southern
Methodist University.
The future bride is the holder
of the Certificate of Clinical
Competence in Audiology from
the American Speech and
Hearing Association. She is the
clinical audiologist in a private
otolaryngology practice in the
Dallas area
Mr. Ticker received his
master's degrees in finance and
and safety management from the
University of Arizona He is a
member of the American Society
of Safety Kngineers and is a risk
control representative and safety
engineer for a corporation
Dallas.
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Their wedding will take place
late in May at Beth David
Synagogue.
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The presidents of Mount Sinai
Medical Center Affiliates are
having a love fest of musical
chairs this club year. Immediate
Auxiliary past president. Louise
Smith, now becomes a member of
the Past Presidents Club, joining
Nettie I^fkowitz in the group
and making the only mother
daughter combination that
anyone can recall. To balance the
addition. Alice Ruby, whose
years of presidency were 1972 to
1974. has been subtracted from
the club to serve again in 1980-81
Still another former president of
the Auxiliary. Eva Libereon. is
now in her second term as head of
the Women's Cancer I-esgue of
Miami Beach, and on May 5. she
installed her sister. Rose
Liederman. as prexy of the
Mount Sinai Garden Club With
so many Commanders, what do
they do for Troops?
Allyne Roaenthal to be
congratulated on her graduation.
>umma cum laude. from the
National College of Chiropractics
in Iximhard. Ill Dr Rosenthal.
who lives with her husband and
daughter in Chicago, is also co-
author of a newly published book,
a sociological study entitled Love
and Commitment Allyne's proud
parents are localites Ed and
Bernice Rosenthal.
More academic news of interest
here, Susan, daughter of Martha
Cohen, has been accepted to the
University of Cincinnati College
Conservatory of Music with full
tuition scholarship The talented
young lady is majoring in
bassoon and music theory
Being first an accomplished
dancer, than a talented sculptress
and now a vocalist, much in
demand, doesn t seem like an
extraordinary progression to the
gifted Judith Gindy.
"I always sang.'' says the
bubbly, exuberant Judith, "and
then all of a sudden. I found it
was the thing I liked to do almost
more than anything else At the
same time. I was being offered
more and more opportunities to
perform in public, so, with some
encouragement from my family. I
decided to devote myself full time
to this new venture, and I'm
loving every minute of it."
A lync soprano with a two and
a half octave range. Judith has an
extensive repertoire of classic.
show tunes and popular ballads
Her expressive voice is smooth
and lovely and audiences always
seem to want more and more of
her singing
Dark haired and attractive
with sparkling eyes and a most
engaging smile. Judith divides
her time between concerts and
the extensive condominium
circuit which has developed ir
our area
Originally from New Haven.
Conn.. Judith did her growing up
here and studied art at the
University of Miami. She also
makes her home here
Dorothy (Mrs. Leon) Kaplan
recently welcomed her eighth
grandchild. Jonathan David, son
of Stanley and Karlen Kaplan, of
Winter Haven. Fla. The little
newcomer joins sister. Katie, just
turned four .
More on the world of parents,
grandparents and great
grandparents Rabbi and Mrs.
Pinrhas A. Weberman have a
grandson. Shneur Zabnan. first
born to daughter and son-in-law
Rabbi and Mrs Shlomo
Friedman. Ohe\ Shalom
< ongregation president, Sam
Liviem, and wit.- fcvigal, era
parenu ol their Brat born son
Won and Synagogue vice
president Leo Hack,
Sarah hear from New Haven that
they have a granddaught.r Riaa
Yorheved !
Mr and Mrs Julius Sneakm
an- ecstatic with twin
grandsons, and Mr. and Mr*
Julius Spertor are another
pair of happy grandparent Mni
Ann Schulefand is bi
about a great -granddaugher Dr.
and Mrs Bernard Yeaaer -
broadcasting the news ol
granddaughter
Irving Vinger. new pr. -
the Board of Director!
South Dade Hebrew \
seems to be the right man ir
right job He has been a med
educator for over 10 years and is
now an associate professor ol
family medicine at the Utlivei
of Miami. He has ban
twice as a member of the Boat
Education in London. Ontario
Canada, and is looking forward la
the opportunity to be pan I
spirit of the students am: the
enthusiasms of the faculty in the
Jewish family atmosph.r.
Academy."
The Central Agency for Jewish
Education will be offering -
of courses during the summe-
teachers who need to
requirements towards a Ten
porary Teachers License
Although he left South 1.
some 3ft years ago. our
munity still refers to Arnold
Newman, noted photographer .i-
a hometown boy Well <*h>
not? He still has family-
attended a local high school
was an art student at
University of Miami for leva
years. Of course, although hi w.i-
already an artist of note
photography was not. in those
days, in the same class a-
painting or sculpture, but Ar-
found his niche and racogn
at the Lowe Museum
Called environmental po'
traits." his subjects include m
of the centuries "greats' and
include Cecil Beaton. Pin
Mondriin. Max Erne*. Georgia
O'Keefe. George Rouah. Brooks
Atkinson and many heads
state, among them Ethiopian
Emperor Haile Selassie 1 he
exhibit will continue at the Lowi
until June 25
Allan Richardson. Jerry HoUo
and Dr. Amir Baron have
presented Dr. Irving Lehrman.
spiritual leader of Tempi'
Emanu El. with a certificate
attesting to the fact that '.h.
students of the Lehrman Da)
School and the Religious School
have planted 200 tret* in the
I^ehrman Forest in Jerusalem in
gratitude for the Rabbis
and devotion to our schools
Summer time is here and so are
plans for trips away from our
home state to visit friends and
relatives in other towns
especially when the vacation
includes a happy occasion in
which to participate France*
Yellin will attend a niece -
wedding in New Hampshire and
then cross the country to
California New York is th
destination of Eleanor Stekler.
Ann Kaurman and Ann Lcvitcfc
though not necessarily a"
together For Sally Kay it will be
the site of her granddaughter -
wedding. Dorothy Lieb and
Frieda Kigner are heuded for New
Jersey, for the latter then' will be
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celebrate
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Community Corner
l>r Marry Weisberger was tn speak Prow ind PWtty" "l a meeting <>f the Ir Abraham Wolfson
Forum M) 'r' al 10 m at ,ne Washington Federal Hank.
134 Washington Am, Miami Beach On May 22, Jack
nemo**; will speak on 'Mort Than a Quarter Century of Social
11 -
Volunteer! are needed for the Muscular Dystrophy
kgeoriaUoa Summer (amp to In- held June B to 14 For in
. contad Linda Slavin at the Muscular Dystroph)
v :1 (oral ("tables
Rav Hay Surf I'nit of the Woman's of the I'apanicolaou
Research Institute will meet for a noon lunch.ion
\1.i\ 20, at the Montmartrv Hotel. Miami Baach The

feature* creative handicrafts (all Mr* Harry (Khodai

Minkin lot reservations.
Vthntis is a word usually associated with pain "Hypnosis
and 1'nin' ill be I he topic of discussion at Mount Sinai Medical
I next Arthritis Club meeting, on Tuesday May 20 at 2
the hospitals Wolfson Auditorium. Miami Reach
Hvpi i r.ipist .loan F'ascow will be the featured speaker
Vthntis Club holds free meetings on the thirii
pu, each month
Barbara Cillman Gallery presents an exhibition of the work
MichI Clark of Washington. D.C The show entitled
Wimi'jws deals with the urban situation through a .series of
colorful painting! of windows, each with a classical facade The
ipening pre view reception to meet Clark will be held on
May SI, from 6 30 9 30 p.m The gallery hours are
v :hrough Saturday from 10 a m 3 p.m. or by ap
it The exhibit will continue through June 30.
Robert W. Gardner has been elected president of the 19H1
Miami International Boat Show, the nation's largest puhlic boat
held in the Miami Beach Convention Center Feb 20
Gardner was an executive of Alexander and Alexander, an
internal >nal insurance brokerage firm, for 13 years He is now a
ma i oneultMtt
Pi ople'a Juatice Can tar of North Miami Beach helps people
disputes, neighborhood quarrels, family disputes
issment and consumer problems The Office is open
tad Friday 9 am to 1 p m Intake clerks are ready to
iling complaints
to explore Miami Beach'* Art Deco District through
ind talks'* The Miami Design Preservation League offers a
' tours and talks on Saturdays at 9 30 a m in various
IV ach locations.
lhe Kxisting Social Fabric of Miami Beach" will be the
May IT at the Royal Palm Hotel The tour centers on the
Hotel, Hoffman s Cafeteria and Cameo Theater
Temple Sinai Godparents Set Lunch
Temple Sinai makes
arrangements with those families
many of them single parent
families who would otherwise
be unable to afford full
synagogue dues.
The commitment of the
Godparents has been to raise
funds to supplement the
synagogue's education budget so
that such scholarship aid
becomes available to those in
need Membership in the God-
parents is $100 During its first
year the newly formed group
raised over $5.000

special support group called
Temple Sinai Godparents
UI hate a rededication luncheon
following worship services on
Shavuoth morning. May 21. at
Ten.; Sinai of North Dade in
n of their first year of
I noVr the leadership of Mrs
Florei i Nelson, who was in
spued both by the N.S.'i
:' laratioo of the Year of the
and the synagogue's
new- a group was formed to
help 'he synagogue's children
*ho might otherwise be denied a
HiKh.us education for lack of
funds
- JCC Events
Law and the Layman will be
the topic discussed on Sundaj
Ma) 1". 10 am to noon in the
K.u/ Auditorium "f the Michael-
\nn Russell Jewish Communitv
'filter North Miami Beach Cir-
cuit Court Judge Maria M
Korvick will be the discussion
leader
The event is hosted bj the.ICC
senior Adults, and all interested
part le-- .ire welcome
For further information, con
tact the J('C Senior Adult
I > part merit
A one-day workshop. Women
and the Family." will be held
Fridav May 23, 9 10 a m to 1
p m in the Kat/ Auditorium ol
the Michael Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center
The e\ent co sponsored by the
JCC and the Center tor Con-
tinuing Education ol Women,
Miami Dade Community College,
will explore the various trends
and directions of the American
family today, with emphasis on
he lifestyles available to women
Topics include changes in basic
relationships in the family;
women in transition, and oppor-
tunities and choices.
For information and registra-
tion, contact Mvrna I/oman,
Michael Ann Russell JCC
director of adult education
An actors workshop, strictly
for teens, will begin May 20,
through June IT. 7 to 9 p.m. at
the Michael Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center.
1m\ Auerhach will work with
teenagers exploring techniques of
improvisation, scene reading and
performing TV commercial
material
For further information,
contact Cynthia Klein, Michael
Ann Russell JCC cultural arts
associate.
On Wednesday. May 28. at
7:30 p.m at the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community
Center Tennis Courts a
training workshop will be held
to teach all interested parties hov
to officiate at tennis tour
naments
Chuck (lately. Michael-Ann
Russell JCC tennis pro. and
George Duganne. member of the
Umpires Association. will
conduct this worshop
For further
contact (lately.
information.
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Temple Beth Am held an
exhibit ol Judaica and turn-ef-
the-CentUry antiques last week
the artifacts were from collec-
tions ol Temple members and
friends
Co-chairmen of the affair were
Nancy I Mrs Danl Greenberg and
Cynthia (Mrs F.dgarl lewis
They dressed in modified turn-of-
the-century style clothing
Nancy's black floor length skirt
wiis topped with a white silk
embroidered blouse Cynthia's
provincial print had a scooped
neckline and puffed sleeves.
Marilyn (Mrs. Joel Solomon
wore a white eml>oridered two
piece batiste, with the skirt in the
mid calf length Helaine (Mrs.
Murray I Lipinsky chose a
multicolored silk chiffon ruffled
blouse and a coordinated long
skirt
Barbara (Mrs. Blairl Zimmett
gave awards to the school
children who won prizes for their
art works and essays pertaining
to the exhibit Winners were
Laura Kramer. Lisa Meilinger.
Danny Rakofsky and Karen
Ridge
Among other Art Committee
members who participated in the
wine and cheese party and served
as docents were Florence My man.
Diana Elson. Min and Dave
Ellison. Muriel Revitz. Ella
Greenberg. Muriel Turoff and
llisa (iolub.
Gary Dix turned the tables on
his wife. Sandy She's always
giving people surprise parties,
but this time he gave her a
surprise birthday party, and she
was really surprised She said
that she could never understand
the complete shock of others until
it happened to her. "Unless
you've gone through it. you can
never understand the feeling."
she says .
Susan and Richard /.inn got
her to the airport, where she
thought she was "doing them a
favor"' to go with them for a few
hours of fun in the Bahamas.
Richard then asked her to kiok at
a book with him, and they would
meet the others at the gate. As
the) approached the gate, she
saw lots of friends who all turned
and veiled "Surprise'
She never associated an airport
with a party Among the many
friends and relatives were Diana
and i Dr > Stephen Wander
l.orrMme and Sidney Cooperman.
Betty and Morty Dix. Marie and
Isaias I^erner. Mope and Larry
Fuller. Judy and Michael Adler.
Barbara and Fred Mavenick.
Selma and Jeffrey Newman,
Sugar and Leon Firtel. Roberta
and Steven Housman Others
included Stephanie and Marc
Mauser, Barbara and Ike
(ioldemberg. Adria and (Dr.I Bob
Rasken. Linda and Barry Bogin.
and Elaine and Jeffrey
Berkowitz.
Ruth and Bill Gold back from a
cruise in the Caribbean being
on board ship is the standard"
vacation for them Bill claims
there is nothing as relaxing
Ruth spent some time looking
for some unusually good pieces of
jewelry for the boutique she's
opening in their son. Rarrv s art
gallery in the Bnckell Bay Club.
Shirley and Mel Landow back
in town after visiting their first
granddaughter Their daughter.
Karen and her husband (Dr.)
Michael Albert, added Lori Robin
to their family. Two-year old Eric
seemed to approve of his new
sister.
Karen was raised on Miami
Beach, where she graduated high
school, and then the University
of Miami She and Michael now
live in West Orange. N J
Israelite Center
Shavuoth
The following is the schedule of
Shavuoth services at Israelite
Center Temple, Miami
Tuesday. May 20. at 6:30 p.m.;
Wednesday. May 21. at 8:45 a.m.
and 6 30 p.m., Thursday, May
22. at 845 a.m Yizkor service
will be at 1030 am and evening
service at 6:30 p.m.
When you re ready
for dunk in
instead of munchin
Swiss Knight Fondue has made dunKm very
glamorous because there's nothing so elegantly
informal, beautifully entertaining or as teasmgiy
delicious as when serving Swiss Knight Fondue
The special blend o' Emmenthaler and natural
Swiss Gruyere gives this treat a special taam that
makes it |ust right to enioy no matter what else
you're serving Made bubbling hot and served with
bread cubes and fruit. Swiss Knight Fondue is as
easy to prepare as it is to eat'
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' ina,o^hly growing in Southaaat the conaaguapco. ef ogr owr.
lommunity Education Series to Begin \ *g*g* &
A program to disseminate
important health care in-
formation to residents of Gold
Coast condominiums has been
initiated by the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
at Douglas Gardens.
The community education
program of the Home will feature
a speakers' bureau and topics
relevant to this population, such
as preretirement classes,
sexuality and aging, and
medication use and misuse,
among others. Members of the
staff of the Home who specialize
in such fields will make
presentations in the con-
dominium buildings.
Already scheduled was a
community education program
on "Cost Containment'' at the
Galahad Dade held last week. A |
presentation was made this week
to members of the Association of
Presidents of High Rises at the
Jefferson Rank Ruilding at 41st
Street and Pine Tree Drive.
Miami Beach
The community education
program is designed to bring an
awareness of available social
services to residents of this area,
and to deal with specific
problems brought on by aging.
Presentations will also deal with
relating to elderly family
members.
Additional programming is
slated for September 1980. For
information on upcoming events,
call the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged.
JWV Auxiliary
The Abe Horrowitz Auxiliary]
No. 682 of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States
will hold its monthly meeting on
Thursday. May 22. at 8 p.m. in
the Post Home building. North
Miami Beach.
The auxiliary will celebrate
"Mother's Day'' at this meeting
New members are welcome.
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged. Douglas
Gardens, will hold its installation
luncheon (kosher) on Tuesday.
May 27. at noon in the Gigi Room
of the Fontainebleau- Hilton
Hotel.
Mrs Philip (ZeJda) Thau,
current president, will be in-
stalled for her fourth consecutive
year Mrs. Aaron Farr will be the
installing officer
Mrs. Sol (Millie! Silverman will
be chairman of the day The
invocation will be given by Mrs.
Irving Hazel Cypen.
A musical program has been
Installation Lunch
arranged by Program Chairman.
Mrs. Lou (Frances) Makovsky.
featuring Lou Blond. th<-
strolling gypsy continental
violinist, accompanied by Dennes
Kauhl. the Hungarian musician
who played for royalty.
Reservations must be made
early by calling Anne Tanen
I mum or F.llen Franklin
Knights of Pythias
The Ladies Auxiliary. George
Gershwin Idge 196. Knights of
Pythias, will meet Monday. May
19. at 8 p.m at Surfside Com
munity Center Election of of-
ficers is planned.
^
Louie Aguirre Paint &
Body Shop, Inc.
Insurance Estimates 754-8659
7111 NW 6th Court. Miami 757-9681
______________A Happy Shavuoth To All
Axle Frame &
Front End
Service
SUTTON OPTICAL SERVICE
1660 Meridian Ave Miami Beach
PHOT* 534-0539
snavuotn Greetings
To The Entire Jewish community
North Dade
Food Co-Op
Extends To The Centire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Shavuoth
14712 NE 16th Avenue 949-2319
Werner Kahn
Photographers
92.1 Arthur (Jodfrey Road 53 ] -1872
Wish ail their Fnends and Customers
A Very Happy Shut uoth
Baldwin Mortgage Co.
Baldwin Insurance
Agency, Inc.
K40 Biacoyne Hlvd Miami
A Happx Shai uoth
To All
Phone 374-H1K1
Irwin's Jewelers
1447 Washington Avenue
Ph.
Happ\ Holulay All
Miami M-
ALLES
Southeast Corp
7396 W.st lxth Lane, Hialeah. Florida
none823-4700 WataLine80 I l
A lla/)f>\ Shai uoth To All

Happ\ Shai uoth
Aberbach's Photo & Art
Supplies
441 Arthur Godfre\ Road
Miami Beach 5.12 5446
Professional Arts
Pharmacy Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Shai uoth
II50 N W 1 4th Street" 324-0803
Rose Septic
Tank Co., Inc.
8295 N.W. 93rd St. Medley. Florida
Greetings To The Jewish Community
887-5594
Midtown Plaza Hotel
220 23rd St. off Collins Phone 531-6814
A Happy Shavuoth To All
From Mr. and Mrs John Beko
MacVicar-Wells, Inc.
3445 North Miami Avenue Miami
Phone 573-5414
Holiday Greetings To All
London Shop Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Coomunity
A Very Happy Shavuoth
159 East Flagler Street Phone374-6135
Eddie's Tailor Shop
8250 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Phone 758 3932
Happy Holidays
Morey's Market
STEAK HOUSE and LOUNGE
8727 South Dixie Highway
Happy Shavuoth
661-3100
Kitchen Mania
Extend* To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happv Shavuoth
14049 S.W. 88 Street 5964387
Phil Macklan. Proprietor
Kaberaf Modes
315 Lincoln Road Miami Bearh
H. Wish All Our Fnends
And Customm
A Very Happ\ Shai uoth
.5315112
GIUSEPPE'S PIZZA
Extends To I h, Entin J< fish Community
\ \ I -. ///>\ Shm uoth
S W 24 Street
Foto Shak
s/M W OTHGREETISGS
9538 S v\ l tin s,
253-2244
Reyna Carpet
Entire J i <
II eetings
3S15 N.W. 7th Street 649-6494
Ben Zion Bakery
STRICTLY KOSHER
Extends lo The Entin Jewish Community
1 \ r\ Happy Shai uoth
1360 N.E ltillrd Street Phone 9474092
Youngblood Roofing Co.
\ W 36th Street
Shai uoth Greetings
MOPED SOUTH &
BICYCLE CENTER
Extends To the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Shai uoth
108X7 Caribbean Boulevard 238-2047
Gibraltar Realty
AND MANAGEMENT
Jack Calderon. President 407 Lincoln Road
Registered Real Estate Broker 532-5565
A Happy Shavuoth To All
Central Taxi
Independently Owned A Operated
New Low Rate to Airport. Flat Rate
9.00 maximum
CanHr,d!/r % Prt* of 1) Fhone 53*5555 .
Holiday Greetings To Our Fnends A Patrons
Bill Hoffman
Nursery, Inc.
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community
1A Happy Shavuoth
2160 N.W. 79 Street___________________Pholle: 696.422|
THE FARBER FAMILY of
Dependable Plumbing
Service Inc.
825 N.E. 79 St.
Shavuoth Greetings
866-8513
Happy Shavuoth
BENandFLOKRAMof
Print-Rite Co.
3072 N.W 79th Street Phone 691 5452
Silver Plumbing &
Sewer Service, Inc.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A lery Happv Shavuoth
1436 Alton Road 672 1741
Stobs Bros.
Construction Co.
?010 NE 4th Court, Miami Phorai 751 1699
Holiday Greeting!
Commercial Industrial Professional
Cooking Kraze, Inc.
t ttendt / The Entire JeuHsh Community
A Very Hai>/>\ Shai uoth
Phone 562 5979
I : 159 Bird Rood
Hafcpy Shavuoth
theACHOfJ BANK
4 BRANCHES
AND
1550 North Krome Avenue
Phone 247-5541
Homestsead Air Force Base
Princeton
4 South Krome Avenue
Allied Glass
Corporation
GLASS AND ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
7286 N.W. 54th Street
Miami
888-2406
W. & K. Trim Shop
2024NE161atSt North Miami Beach 949 1616
We Wish All Our Friends and Customers
A Very Happy Shavuoth


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Temple Beth Sholom Confirmation Hadassah Donor Luncheon
fhirt) nine boyi and jjirN vnJl
f^jt% ,. n "firmed at Temple lieth
i ,r. ,i!.r Miami Miami
rudaj May 20, at
.11i ording to ;m an
b) Mr* \anri
.in) I >r Solomon
c hiiirnier
in
Shab '..m
I
Prajvrbooli
1 hl I ''.....nfirmati.m class
will paiticipau in
Milton M (..r.- president
the coni
Brotherhood \
M\rna Morris
Mr*


Dr Leon Kroniah, spiritual
Temple Bel .,m
ntor David Convii
H
Liedeker is educational director
l Sh
'./(irish Worship /four
"
Miami He^mn of
Hadassah the Women'a Zionist
"I America. Inc .
*>II nor
incheon "n Sundaj Maj
Miami
gion
Mrs Klaine EUish of Tamarar is
guest speaker She is a national
i president of Hadassah
\ musical narrative Sur
il ill be presented bj the
Habimah Players ol Hollywood
This rl ra\ s t h>- rn
and asp ol the
. Senesch Hadassah Installs Officers
-

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Hemisphere Equity Investors Inc.
Key I
361-57;
.
Hat .
Ratnar Hardware
3233 NW 7th St. Miami 649-3367
s to the Entire Jewish Community a Ver
Happy Shavuoth
BROOKS AMERICAN SPRINKLER CO.
;, \ .'. 79th St M,am,
691 1182
A Very Happy Shavuoth To All
Opa-Locka Drugs, Inc.
4(H OpLocka Boulevard
681-3122 688-6231
SHAVl OTHGREETINGS
Run Away Bay Hotel
1819 79 Street Causeway
Miami t a 33141
86
Happr Shtruoth
Village Framers
.-.

Street ^388
BARDI'S SHOES

VALENTINIA SHOES
"
Tri-World Travel
'2 C Pembroke Road m .\ >od
Broward 989 2300 Dade fi20 4204
A Happy Shavuoth To All
BRESSER'iGRBSS-INBEX
Telephone Director,
3NE79St 758 6786
Shtruoth Greetings lo All
Breakwater Hotel
10 Ocean Drive Miami Beach 5311184
A Very Happy Shavuoth
Lily an Cortex
We Are The Well Covering Leader In The South
3700 NW 77 Court/Miami'592-8111/592 8000
Happy Shavuoth to the entire
Jewish Community
Kendale Lake
Paint A Decor
I3865 SW 88 St /North Kendan Dnve/595-5880
Happy Shavuoth To All



V
Dade Pipe
& Plumbing Supply
975lnteramaBlvd
.-.
9490801
'. I .
Atlas Metal
Industries, Inc.
1135 NW 159th Drive/Miami/625-2451
A Happy Shavuoth r0 &,
Garden of Beauty
9349 Bird Road 226-1445
A Very Happy Shavuoth
All Right Electronics
6996 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach 865-8661
A Very Happpy Shavuoth
HOWARD JOHNSON'S MOTOR LODGE
4000 Alton Road Miami Beach 532-4411
.: --eir tnends and customers a vt .
happy Shavuoth
Joe Avick & Sons
".' \76 0570
A
ADAM'S APPLE INE.
A Very Happy Shavuoth
Coral Way Transmission
j
Extends to the Entire Jewish Community A Very
Happy Shavuoth
Philippe
European Mens Shop Inc.
3403 Mam Highway Coconut Grove. Fla 33133
4489994
Hjpp*, Shavuoth
Martin App iances
12327 NE 6th Ave North f iiami 8950382
Sales i Services Washers Dryer t Electric Rangers
A Happy Shavuo'n to All
A Happy Shavuoth To All
Key Biscayne
Travel Service
638 Crandon Blvd. 361-3351
SUNSET TRAVEL
8770 Sunset Drive 279-3304
MAXS. KOTLER4SON
0*010 i.oc*SMir*
DETE SCMlAOE A"0* SEGAL DEAD lOCKS INSTALLED
AiOCKSKESE'
MEDECO CYLINDERS
17001 N E i3tn Avenue North Miami Beach. Fla

B & B Kennels
DOGS-CATS-TRAINING & SALES
'5801 SV\ 152 Avenue 238
INTERIORS BY
LONGS
Melting Constant!) Available
New and Better Product* for "t our Office
North Miami Avenue
- Parking'
A Happ> Shavuoth to All!
80SESH Avenue
SH84I Sunset Drive Miami. Honda 33190
Telephone t77 1551
Shavuoth (ireetinjjs
Charade Restaurant
2900 Ponce de l-eon Blvd. 448-6077
And
Kaleidoscope Restaurant
3112 Commodore Plm M6-5010
our \ck\ Best wishes
fOR a happx
shavuoth
from the Management and Staff
ICO
One Hundred Lincol Road Miami Beach Florida
The Only Oceanfront Hi Rise Apartment on
Lincoln Road
Alfred Stone. General Manager
Original Office
Furniture Inc.
/ !d /1 The Entire J i '
\ l : \ Shot uoth
\ w : Ird Street S-4701
Reliable Super Drugs
'17(1 NE I -3rd Street i Broad ('ausrua\ I
Man Heilprrn. President
HEARNE ELECTRIC
/'\ mmunity
\ \ ': i :>\ Shat uoth
I 1801 N 1 20 \\' Phone 944 7799
Miami Eye Clinic
43NE2adSt. Miami
Wt Wish All OurFrimds
A Happ\ N/mi uoth
379-24fi7
Century 21
Braun 81 May Realty
1104 No I'niversity Dr Pembroke Pines 621-5258
Happy Shavuoth


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Beth Torah Holds Graduation Exercises
" bj
KauiJmmi the consequences
ol our own
J),'W/lu, TJ
Five students of Beth Torah
Congregation will be graduated
on Saturday May 17, at 8:30 am
in the main sanctuary, with Dr.
Max A. Lipechitz charging them
with reaffirmation to their faith.
The graduates will conduct a
-portion of the Shabbat Services.
Isaac Semaya. education vice
president, and Jerrold I. Leeson,
director of education and youth,
will present the graduates with
diplomas. In addition, Sander
Andron of Central Agency for
Jewish Education will present
the Hebrew High School
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(l.KN.N SHEPPARI)
Glenn Alan Sheppard son
ol
Mr .mil Mrs. Arthur Sheppard
will be called ti> the Torah as Bar
Mit/vah on Saturday. May 17. at
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami at 10:45 a.m. Dr. Leon
Kronish will officiate.
Glenn is a student of the
Confirmation Class of 6742
AMY KOCH -
Amy Koch, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Robert Koch, will
observe her Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation. Friday.
May 16. at 8 p.m.
Dr Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of the congregation, will
conduct the services and induct
Amy into her responsibilities and
privileges as a member of the
adult Jewish community
Dr. Lipschitz will present Amy
OUfT
IE7TER MaJMNC
EAR LEVEL HE1RIHG 110
I4g Special
graduates their certificates.
Special awards will be
presented by Eugene Lipman.
president of Beth Torah
Congregation and Isaac Semaya
to the graduates. The awards will
include: The Joseph Kahnaner
Midot Tovot Award: Millie
Kahaner Memorial Aishet Chayil
Award: Rosemary Nacron
Memorial Award; Arthur I.
Snyder Educational Award; The
Abe SchotT Memorial Award;
The Emily Hess Rubenstein
Memorial Award; The Harold
Wolk Memorial Award, and the
with a Bible on behalf of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood and
Men's Club of Beth Torah
Amy is a student in the May
dasa at the Beth Torah Harold
Wolk Religious School.
Amy is a seventh grade Honor
Roll -tudent -i! Highland faks
Junior High Si
ind tennis Her family and
nda will help celebrati \
Bal Mitzvah al a luncheon to be
held at the Emerald Hill-
Country Club
In Amy honor, her parent-
will sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
following the service As part of
her ceremony, she will conduit .i
portion of Friday evening ser
\ lit-
The guests will include her
maternal grandparents. Mr and
Mr- Phil Cohen of Delray Beach
and Newton. Mass her paternal
grandparents, Dr and Mrs. Jules
Kocfa of New York City and Ml.
Kiaco, N \
JESSICA ROSKIN
Jessica Helen Roskin.
daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Howard E. Roskin. will l>e called
to the Torah a- Bat Mit/vah May
IT. at 10:30 am at Temple Sinai
of North Dade.
The celebranl is a -tudent in
the temple Religious -
in the choir and S\ I' 1A
ds Highland
; i igl Scl ..... w here
n thi
Mi '
t Kidd
-
Emily Reiae Memorial Award.
The graduating students are:
Maxine Aiken, Perry Bekerman.
Jodi Nirenberg, Marion Parker,
and Aileen Schecter.
The congregation is invited to
attend the graduation.
Temple Menorah
Confirmation
The annual confirmation of
ninth grade students at Temple
Menorah will take place on
Wednesday morning. May 21, at
the Shavuoth services. Part-
icipant- will present an original
cantata written by Rabbi M
Vbramowitz, spiritual leader of
temple Menorah
I he confirmands will coi
the entin Sha> uoth sen ice Gil
Bonwitl ami Scotl Srebnick
rah. and Robi rl !
wartzba
Renter will chant the
Haftorah
Tin- confll Aurr
I I
Hi -..
ak| T.-rr.
Vera I
How QiW
pi i tani '.''
Habil Ba Hararl
Iwab Rom
Kravei David isk)
.',., \ an Pel, leanetU
I anna Kami Iiranrm
Rodrlauei Robert SrtmarUbauni
Scott Srvbntca Alax Tachmai JannUar
warren k.> wi.uk AUna 7*m*k.
la Zarco I
Six Women to
Be Bat Mitzvah
Six w imen will l>e Bat Mitvah
Friday. May 16, a- a BpsdaJ
highlinTit of Temple Bet Breir.i 1
weekly servicea at the Kilhan
Pinea 1 nited Methodial Church.
Ser\ ue- begin at B IS p m
Tlu m\ women. H inda Cantor,
Judith Brown. Diam I eboe,
Naomi Hsu I laire Polin and
havi .it
tenc sons tor months
in pn
For Shavuoth
'Learn-In' Set at Beth David
Friends of Lubavitch Slate Dinner
rida Friends I Lubavitch Norman Bramai
innou t he he dim-., nors Sen
1 ampaign Eight) banquet on Rudj Boschwitz ol Minnes I
Monday, Ma) >:30p.m. at Guest speaker will be Simcha
the Hotel Intercontinental. Dinit/
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Bemidbar
BEMIDBAR This sidra opens the fourth of the Five Books of
Moses. Numbers describes the wanderings of the Israelites in
the desert and shows how God watched over them at all times. It
also deals with rules and regulations for the Tabernacle and the
family.
In the sidra of Bemidbar. we learn how Moses was told to
gather all the people, one month after the Tabernacle was built,
and to take the first census of Israel.
Each tribe was registered, family by family, and every able-
bodied man of 20 years and over, fit for military service, was
counted, just as God had ordered. The total was 603,550.
The Levitee were placed in charge of the Tabernacle. God
then ordered Moses to place the Israelites' tents around the
Tabernacle. Each tent was to have a banner, showing the tribe
to which it belonged. Then the Levitee were counted, and there
were 22,000 Levitea.
After that the first-born males were counted, and there were
22.873.
Then the Lord said to Moses: "Redeem the 273 first-born
males that exceed in number all the Levitea. Let each give five
shekels apiece to Aaron and his sons." And Moses received the
shekels and turned them over to Aaron and his sons. And God's
will waa done. Numbers 1:14:20
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isam.r is, HMIMN fey ShenM Tfee nkimi it available at 71 "-
A highlight of Beth Dsvid
Congregation's observance of
Shavuoth will be the Learn-In
which takes place on the first
evening.
Under the direction of Rabbi
Sol Landau, all interested per-
sons may participate in an in-
tensified period of study and
fellowship.
This Learn In begins at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday. May 20. in the
Coral Way Chapel For further
information, call the synagogue
office
Other services during
Shavuot h are a- follow -
Tues 'ung. May 20
-. \., i it 6
Bar Mitzvah Club
I he members of the Bat
Mitzvah Club ol Temple !;'
a ill cor- the
Kriday evening sen
l \ i
ice Ms) .mi
i Herbert Baumgard will
speal Mi it i\ ating
^ our Children to Love Judaism
The Bar Mitzvah Club, known
Dor Hsdssh, The New
Generation, consists of close to
100 member- who an- preparing
tor the ceremony of Bar Mit/\ah
or Bat Mit/\ah in the year ahead
The club member- ha\e been
studying the lb-brew prayer- for
the worship service and are now
p.m.: Learn-In at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday. May 21. in the
main sanctuary at 9 a.m.. Rabbi
Landau will address the topi,
"The Ten Commandments
The Divine Blueprint for
Humankind."
Members of the Solomon
Schecl.ter Day School will
participate in the Biblical first
fruits'' ceremony at this lervici
On Wednesday there will be
service in the Coral Way Chapi
at 6 p.m. and on Thur>
morning, in the main Band
at 9 am there will be a ^ isk
Memorial Service and
dedication of new plaques I
Landau will talk about u I
\\ a Mean B) Remembrai
Conducts Servicev
Mit. >.. II Chi
K.i: Stu Weinl
asso
w h<
of the young pa pk will
i i
Beth \m will observi
I estival ol SI i\ uoth with
service on Wednesds) Ma)
at 101
\l-o ,it the Prids) eve
w n ics on May 16, the offi
and board new!) elected tor
congregation, the board
trustees, Sisterhood and
Brotherhood will be installed
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
102S NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services 8 15 pm
Saturday Morning Service 8 30 am
Candlelighting
Time
7:42
1 Sivan 5740
TFMPLEBETMAM Dr Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr Baumgard
S Mum, 867 5547 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Che'iU Associate Rabbi
at 8 30 p m Rabbi Herbert M
Baumgard 0r\ Motivating
Your Children to Love Judaism
Torah Service. Saturday at n 15
a m
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
Dr Max A. Lipschitz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Fri Evening. May 16. Bat Mitzvah ol
Amy Koch Sat morning. Yom Ha
Moreh
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Dr Irving Lervman. Rabbi
tor
Friday evening service 6pm Satur
day morning service 9am Dr .
men will preacfl at 10 30 Shavuot
Services Tues A Wed at 6 30 d m
Wed morning 9am Confirmati
~>g 9 a m >
Memorial Service at 10 30
BETH DAVID Miami s Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr Sol Landau. Rabbi
Stanley R Gerstein. Ass t Rabbi
Hazzan Wm M Lipton
CORAL WAY 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Phone: 854 3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 am
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 1201h St
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 8546334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Mlnyon tor Yahrzelten
Dally 7:45 a.m. 4 5:30 p.m.
Late Fri Eve. Service 6:15 p.m.
Annual Spring Festival May 25
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd Retorm
Coral Gables 667 565^
Michael B Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Friday services st 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 5347231
Cantor David Convlaew Liberal
Sabbath Services. Fri.. 8:15 p.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Executive Vice President
TEMPLE SINAI 18401 NE 22 Ave
North Dade s Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shuikes. 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.
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 271 -2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
7 a.m. Mon. 4 Thurs. Minyan Services
8:15p.m. Sabbath Evening Services
9 a.m. Sabbath Morning Services
Visitors and Quests are Welcome
Pre Registration: Religious Schools
Kindergarten thru Judalcs 4
Special Education Class
Fri.. May 16, Adult Institute Sabbath.
Di. Norman N. Shapiro will officiate.
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
E Fiagi* St Miam, Fi J3131 jnvtsaa
UMrW I Bogage Diiecto. Union ol
rUDO
American'
> Congregation
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1U0NE '3>d St N Miami Beach Fie J31&2
94 7 8094 Rabtx De.d B Sail/man e.ecuH.e
directo*
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone:576-4000
Rabbinical Association Office


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Marsha Kolman Receives JNF Award
_i.._ llnifihnl nmiHimi Th- annual JNsT WA..__.___
Abraham (irunhut. president.
National Fund, Greater
has announced that the
Jewish
annual .INF Kducator*
initiated by Nily
Miami .......
ijlF |-rn-l Kducator Award has
been
jraMBtad to
an art teacher at the
Marsha
Kolman. an art teacner at
South l,."l'' Hebrew Academy
dt \iloped
South
Sh.

an
the
art
program ihrouKhout the area
teaching of
Judai-m. called the Kt-dtniTKinn
of th- l-triti The
Ward
Kal.c. JNF educatuin~c'nj,ultant
and coordinator Abraham
(runhut praised (iene Qrwn
zweig executive director, and
Abraham Gittelaon, associate
director, (Vntral \K1.n,v for
l-*ish Kducation. for th.-ir
outstanding cooperation in
advancing and stimulating
.duration value* combined with
Junior Auxiliary to Install Officers
Junn>r Auxiliary of Miami
nah Home A Hospital for the
^..,: .. install new officers at a
on 1 'uesda>. Maj 20, at
Rub) Auditorium of
irdenfl
. i- [ir.'suient will
-x hnetderman, hn
, he gavel from Sail)
- ,. outgoing president
new officera include
Israel, bonorar)
; nic Sharman and
Jcn I Mf executiv. \ tec
presidents. K,inn\ Willing and
Helen Rechtachaffer vice
preaidenta Mat I nMn.
irding retar) Pearl
Solovei, oorraaponding aei retan
Sylvia Bach, communicationa
ratar) Ken.. Rattier, financial
secretary; Ruth tbrarnowiu,
surer; Rene Stein,
parliamentarian; Rose Manner,
chairman. nominating com-
mute* Installing officer will be
Fred Hirt, executive director of
the Home
Beth Sholom Confirmation
DO) s and girls will
ned ..t Temple Bel h
tar Miami. Miami
I uesda) Ma> 20 at
ii i ording to an an
b) Mrs Nam i
and l>r Solomon
lirmen of the board
i of Temple Iteth
-
r ion class h.is
> : s,\ ti part sr\ ice
l rom Holocaual to
.. sur\e\ >t the
lewish pstple w it h
00 the modern-
d<> Redemption i>t Israel
nli will b>
Ma .
\-- Stephen
M
Burton I
. .
Held
M
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Millei
iy Robn

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\-- .
Confirmation at Temple Zion
iss of liWO will )h
at Temple /ion
Bl B p m The
.- will praaani tn
lamp by Martha
nts have had the
' lt Normar: N
Public Notices
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Smolensky. musk director and
(iad Ohana, Religioua School
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN
thai on Mart-h Jl. I*"" Food
^lit Asaorialr*. a Florida
partnrmhip whirh maintains a
known plair o( buainvas at
KMW Old C\jtl*r Road Miami
Florida rrc*ivrd a bulk
traiufrr (rom and bream*
bound lo pay. In full, the drbta
of Food Spol No 16. Inc whoa*
.,.Mr ..-. Is 30*16 Old CUUf
toad. Miami. Florida
(M13 May 9. 1. I9S0
NOTICE OF
SULK TRANSFER
NOTICE U HEREBY OIVEN
thai on Marrh 31 1WI0. Food
s|-it Aworlatra. a Florida
partnrrshlp. whuh mainlaina a
known placr of buln*a al Hots
L\>lonlal Drlv*. Miami.
Florida. r*c*lv*d a bulk
trarufrr from and became
bound to pay. In full, the d*b(*
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addreaa Is &*."> Colonial Drlv*.
Miami. Florida
QSUI Ma> 1*. lWW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
cilVKN that th* und*rslfned.
(VslrlnK to engage in buslneai
tmtfat thr fUtltl >us name < N
BOLT, at 9300 South l>a lloulrrd Suit* 4< Miami
Florida 3315 int*nds to
rrgtatrr said nam* with th*
Clark of th* On ull Court ol
narta fwint) Florida
ODnaoUdatad
T*i-hnoli>({i*s In.
0a&3 May 18 SO
Jun* l*"'
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low ot ,j\k land redemption and
reclamation m the State of
Israel
These values leave an indelible
mark on the young,
strengthening their love for
Israel as they tfrou and mature.
turning them into future leaders
<>n behall ol .INT and Israel,
concluded (irunhut
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Numb*r 10 2i$
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NOTICI OF

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MTERESTED IV
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pendlns lfl
for Dade
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WITHIN ["HREE
Mo.N in- h ROM my :
Or I HE I- IRST PI H
\ IN i IF THIS NOTICE
to file itn the Clark of the
above iir: .i wntten state
menl ol an) claim or demand
the) ma) have H:a<-h claim
mial be in a/riuni and must
indli ate tht- basis for the claim.
tin- name and address of the
lltoi or his a^ent or at
torn*) and the amount
. la lined K the claim Is not yet
the date when it will
become due shall be stated If
the i lain la contlnjcent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
un. ertainty shall be staled If
the claim is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
r api .,nlatlve
All persons interested in th*
estate to whom a copy of tills
Solo, ol Administration has
bean mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FHOM THE HATE OF THE
FIRST I'CHI.ICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that
challenice the validity of the
decedent's will. the
qualifications of the personal
repreaanlaUve, or the venue or
nir ladlCUOD of the court
MA. CLAIMS. DEMANDS
AMI OBJECTIONS NOT SO
Hl.EH VMI.I. BE FOREVER
HAUKKIi
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Admlnls
tratlon May 1. 1W
Max Rau
As Personal Representative
.if the Estate of
JACOB WEINSTOCK
l lei eased
Henry Norton
As Personal Representative
ol the Estate of
JACOH V\KINST1H,K
l lei eased
HENRI NORTON
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
A Hauler St Suite 1201
Miami Florida M1S0
i. epnone BT< .m
May l.23. 1W
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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 SOtfSlFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
he Marriage ol
DESIDERIA ESTHER
Nl
Wife
and
R \i.ril IEROME
Vt I
I" RAI I'll IERI 'Mi-
ll- H tSINI
IKNi >v\N
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gainst j md
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE II TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Caie No SO 6J4 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Ri rtl* \l .-
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YOI M'I- HEREBY noUfled
il l .--.-. .- foi I itssoluU
oi Mai riagi i tx en tiled
. i i r: |uired to sen i
answer or oth.-i pleading to the
i i utlon mi the vs )
LESTER I'.'" if RS whose
VW i: \v enue
Miami Florida Ml28 ind
a ah the t *ierk of
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June a is>o
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVBN that the undersigned.
dealring to engage in business
under the III titious name
AQl ARU M A- PET SUP-
PLIES UNLIMITED al P.O.
Box 160821. Miami. Florida,
intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol I lade County. Florida.
David B Evans
Joseph (Jreenblatt
Sarah Weissbard
Sarah Weissbard
Attorney for Aquarium
It Pet Supplies,
t'nllmited
1351 NE 172 Street
No Miami Beach. Fla 33162
08840 May 16. 23. JO;
^______________________June 6, HMO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name LUZ
MORALES THEATRICAL
AOENCY at 2212 Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami. Florida
33137. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
LUZM SIEGEL
HERBERT BE I DEL
Attorney for
I.t'Z MORALES
THEATRICAL AGENCY
08828 May 9. 16. 23 30. 1980
^NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
on.er the flctniou name of TV
MAGAZINE at number 2477
NE 164th Street, in th* City of
Miami. PL 33160, Intend to
i agtatar the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I )ade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
23rd day of April. 1980
SAMl'EI. I. BRENNER
MARILYN BRENNER
LEOPLOTKIN. ESq
Attorney for Applicant
eeeaSW 4th Street
Miami Florida 33144
08838 May 16. 23.30,
June 6. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 49S4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re The Marnamof
Ml- v\< ELLEN M1I.BY
W \> NK ELLIS MII.HY
TO W \'i M h.I.i.IS
MII.HV
- Hill Road
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YOI M'.l-: HI 1'KHY NOTI
FIEI II tion lor
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 80 6966 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
InR. : i Man ageol
. OJETH \>HI KY
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IVIDM ALBE
pondenl Husband
kVIDM \l.HE
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England
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, -.on foi DISSOLUTION
i it M tRRIAGE ..- beei filed
in
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written anewerand dann II
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plaintUTi ittoi
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able Floi of
me I 'ill-
i a ith the clerk of
this court eltl i s*n I.
rnaj n Im
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iinat > ou r r thi- rallel
i- II li-ii in the ,-omplaint 01
peUUon
WITNESS my hand and the
i this court on Ma> 12.
law
RICHARD P BRINKER
i "lerk ot the Court
By a I) Wade
As Deputv Clerk
0884S May 16, 23. 30,
June 6. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring lo engage In buaineas
under the lu titious name
Kampes Real Estate Invest-
ments at 6900 NW 77 Court.
Miami. Fla 33166. Intend to
register said name with thr
ci.-rk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
Marvin P Kimmel
Douglas A wad
Peter K Moaer
Herbert G Paige
Richard Ellas
Norman L Strata
Smith. Mandler.
Smith. Werner, Jacobowltz
Li Fried. PA
By Eileen Trautman
Attorney for applicants
08830 May 16. 23. 30;
June 6. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Kampes leasing Associates, at
6900 NW 77 Court. Miami. Fla.
33166. intend to register said
name with the Clerk of th*
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Marvin P Kimmel
I touglas Awad
Peter K Moaer
Herbert G Paige
Richard Ellas
Norman L. Strata
Smith. Mandler, Smith,
w enter, Jacobowltz
& Fried. PA.
Hy Eil**n Traulman
Attorney for Applicants
H8851 May 16, 23. 30,
June 6, 1980


inexorably growing in South<
the
Oi our own
i-nday. May 16. 1980
"
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
Case No W-USS
Family Division FC
IN RE The marriage of
CARMEN MCLACGHLIN
Petitioner
and
THOMAS MCl.Al UHLIN
Respondent
NOTICE ok ACTION
TO THOMAS MCLAIGHLIN
Margaret
M. 1-aughiln
301 KailWSt.
New York City.
New York
YOI ARK NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
w ritten defenses, if any. to It on
CARMEN MCLAUGHLIN
PeUUoner whose address Is
i a L.IEBER1IAN. BEN
\M!N ASSOCIATES, P A .
Sunset Drive, Miami.
Florida n 598 3399.
i before June 30, i9so. and
tile the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or im
mediately thereafter otlM r
- ,i default will be entered
against you for the relief
anded in the complaint or
pi : it ion
W Itneei my hand and the seal
of this Court on May 9 IBM)
RichardP Hnnker Clerk
V- Clerk of the Court
B) C I' Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
ORM] Ml I) n 10;
June 6, 1880
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 l*$7
IN RE ESTATE OF
M \ria SCHUTZEI s
\ K \
Marie Schutseua
I >eceaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
To ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
against THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHKR
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOT]
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Maria Schut
zeus. deceased Kile Number
KO-1867. is pending in the Clr
cull Court for Dade County
Florida Probate Division the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florida
The personal representative of
the estate la Kurt Schutzeus.
whole address Is 128 S Ik
Street Pittsburgh. Pa The
name and address of the
personal representative s at
torney are set forth below-
All persons having clalmes
or demands against the estate
are required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PI Bl.ICA
TION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
COUli a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis for the laim. 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
Itated II the claim is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertaint> shall
be slated If the claim is
red, the security shall be
Ibed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient < opies of the
i l.nm to the lerk to enable the
lerk to mail one I opy lo each
\*-t tonal representative
All persons interested in the
.-Lite to whom .i copy of this
Notli of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST II PLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob '
J' Uona they may have that
thallenges the validity of the
i"iit will the quallflra
Uoni of the personal represen
or the venue or Juris
dn lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT so
HIED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication.
of this Notice of
Administration May 9. IfMO
Kurt Schutzeus
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Marts Schutzeus
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL,
REPRESENTATIVE
lauisH StaJlman
107 Lincoln Road
"
IN THE CIRCUI i t-OUKT Of .
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No tO-sMsFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ANA AMELIA
VOLANDA ADAMS
Petitioner Wife
and
ROBERTH ADAMS
Reapondanl Husband
TO Mr Robert H
Adams
i Edith Adams
n> Hew ltl Avenue
Buffalo New York
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for'
Dissolution of Marriage has
been tiled against you and your
required to serve a copy of your
wntten defenses. If any. to It on
vi'.THt R H 1.1PSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is
1315 NW 167 St Suite HOB.
Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the,
. m \ led I 'Hirl on or before
June 6 1980. otherwise I
I will be entered again-!
you for the relief demanded in I
the omplainl or petition
witness mv hand and the'
il Hid COUli al Miami
Florida or this j* da} ol April
I9M
RICH \KI>r BRINKER
V- i' rk Circuit Court
11.tde CiRintv Florida
in \ 11 Wadi
\-1 leputy Clerk
Or. nit Court Seal I
1>7M May -J.lt. 16.23. 1MM)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No NMFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tin- Marriage of
\ INCENT \ hove
PeUUoner Husband
anil
ARLENE Hove
[.indent Wife
TO ARLENE HOVE
MSB Johnson Avenue
Rl\ i-rdale
Bronx N Y 10463
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an .ii tmn 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 Ixiuis R Beller attornev
for Petitioner whose address is
420 Lincoln Road Suite 23k
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
and file the original with the
i lerk of the above styled court
on or before May 30. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the torn
plaint or petition
This notice shall be published
"in | ..' h week for four con-
we weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
..id court at Miami.
Florida on this 24 day of April
I9NI
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 'lerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Bv Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
l "in uit Court Seal i
Louts R Beller Esquire
IM Un< "In Road Suite 2-1>>
Miami Beach Florida 33139
Attornev for Petitioner
0B784: Mav 1 il 1 23 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 3SI0 FC 01
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
CASILDAJ PADRON
k CASILDAJ
FERNANDEZ PEREZ
PeUUoner
and
EVARI8TOL PADRON
Respondent
TO EVARISTOL
PADRON
Residence Lnknown
YOI- ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a PeUUon for Dis
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced in
this Court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it. on CAR-
LOS M MENDEZ. Esq Attor-
ney for Petitioner. whose
address Is 2983 W 4th Avenue.
HIALEAH. Florida 33012 and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
May 30 1980. otherwise a
default will he entered against
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 60-170
Division (01) Williams
IN RE ESTATE OF
RICHARD M BARRETT
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of RICHARD M
BARRETT deceased File
Number 60-370, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dad*
Count) Florida Probate
Division, the address of which
West Flagler Street
Miami Florida The personal
representative of the estate Is
BEN ESSEN whose address Is
717 Ponce 1 ie Leon Blvd .Coral
Gablea El.i SUM The name
and address of the personal
representatives attorney are
set forth below
v persoi h*t tnf < laims or
mdi against the estati
required WITHIN THREI
MONTHS FROM THE I
OF THE FIRST PI B
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above lourt written
men: of any i laim or demand
the) ma) have Bach
must be In writing and
lllilli .lie I'. .
the name and address -
. reditor or his agent or at
lorne) and the amount
i laimed If the claim is nol yet
due the date when it will
become due snail be stall
the I laim I" I ontingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
Uncertalnt) shall be stated If
the laim is secured the
t) shall be deal rlbed
The claimant shall deliver
uffli lent optee of the claim lo
tile i lerk to enable the clerk to
mall on*- cop) to each personal
r < pi esentati
All persons interested m the
late to whom ,l i opy of this
NoUcc of Administration has
mailed are required
WITHIN IHRKK MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST IMPLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file an>
' ions thev may have that
Challenge tin- validity Of the
lent s win the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
Mil ladll lion ol Use ourt
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS not so
FILED will he FOREVER
BARRED
I late of the first publication
of tllll Not of
Administration May 111 I9K0
Ben Essen
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
RICHARD M BARRETT
I 'ec eased
ATTORNEY For PERSONAL
KEPRESENTATD E
BEN ESSEN ESQ
717 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Coral Gables. Fl 33134
Telephone 14.1 .
WUB3 May IB 23 Itmu
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL COURT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 10*231 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
;s RE nil-: \t rrj v ,e of
HELEN lot LIoT
Petitioner
ami
PETER W pot LIOT
Respondent
lo PETER M POI LIOT
rii s/|
YOI IRE HEREBY
Norn. [ED that .. petition for
i ilaaolution ol your Marriage
filed and ci immeni ed
in this court and you are
required to serve a < opy of your
wrltti if anv to lion
RICHARD 1. LARIN. attoniev
for Petitioner w hose address is
17871 Biscayne Boulevard.
Suite u North Miami Beach.
Florida 33180. and rile the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 13. 19*0. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutlve weeks In The Jewish
Flondlan. 120 NE lh Street.
Miami. Florida
WITNESS my hand and the
>f aid i our si Miami
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 37M
Division 02
IS RE ESTATE OF
ALICE C CAIN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
(LAIMS UR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of ALICE C CAIN
il.. eased. File Number HO 37(W
II penning In the Circuit Court
for Dade County Florida.
Probate Division the address
of which is 73 W Flagler Street
Miami FL 33131 The personal
nntaUvc of the estate is
REUBEN M SCHNEIDER
whose address is 2021 Tyler
Street P 0 Bat SM) Holly
wood ki 13003 The name and
address Of the personal rep
laUve'i attorney are set
forth 1
All persona having claims or
demand! against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
1 >F THE FIRST PI H
I riON OF THIS notice
to file with the 1 lerk of the
.iliiiv ourt .1 w rilten Itatl
menl Ol anv Claim or demand
the) ma) havi i
In writing anil must
indicati the basis for the claim.
the name and address of the
'or or his agent or at
and the amount
laimed If the l.iim is not vet
w hen it will
me due shall I Mated if
tin- 1 laim i 1 ontingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
unceruunt) shall be stated if
the 1 laim 11 the
- hall be deai rlbed
The 1 laimanl -hail deliver
SUffll lenl copies of the claim to
the lei k to enable the clerk to
mall one Op) lO .11 fl pen
taUve
mi persons Interested In the
estate la whom cop) of this
NoU< > ol Administration has
mailed are required
WITHIN THREE months
1- ROM Till-: HA I'E OF THE
FIRST PI BL1CATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file anv
objections thev ma) r^w that
challenge the validity of the
lei ii. will the
qualifications of the personal
representative or the venue or
jui ladll tion of the ourt
Ml. CLAIMS DEMANDS
\M' OBJECTIONS not SO
FILED WILL HE FORE\ ER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
"I this Notice of
Vdnnnistr.ition Mav 9 1910
Reuben M Schneider
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
ALICEC CAIN
I 'ei eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATT.E
S.BRAM8 ANTON BOBBINS
HI SNICK SCHNEIDER
\ MAGBR PA
rler Street
1 o BoxW
, wood I
.-,.
1 Mefl
Mav 9, lb. :UU
INTHEClRCUlTCOURT
OF THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 10 )" FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY
PUBLICATION
IN R| : Mai
M M'.i \ INCENT I C< '1.A--
PeUtlonei Husl
and
ELIZABETH III-: P. RE MM 18
,. -.
YOI ELIZABETH
PIERRE LO! IS col.AS Cite
No .' 1 \.|. HalUen
Haiti ar< .. reb) notified to
1 "pv ol your Answer to
ntion for Dissolution of
Marriage filed against .
upon Husband s attornev
GEORGE NICHOLAS
ESyl IRE Ol] NW 12th
Avenue Miami Florida 33136
.uid file original with the Clerk
ol the Court on or before June
13 19N0. otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 29 day of April
I HO
RICHARD P BRINKER
C1JCRK
BY CI.ARINDA BRoW N
Deputy Clerk
May 2. 9. l.
23 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 2002
Division 02
in rk ESTATE OF
ANTON1A RAMOS
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO A1J. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS or DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
mi-: estate
Yol \RE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
'f the estate of WD IN I A
IAMOS de. eased File
lumber H SMB, is pending in
he Circuit Court for I Mile
'ountv Florida Probate
Division the address of which
\v Flagler Street Miami
Flor The personal
r-preeentaUve of the estate is
M %RTHA ELENA MIRAYA,
Weal 20th
H1.1ie.1h Florida saoio
rtle Itame and address Of the
representativ .-
.re set forth bel w
All |>ersons hav ing 1 la;:
demai It the estate arc
ed Wl I'HIN ["HREF
Ml IN IrlS FROM THE DATI
< >t Till-: FIRST PI H
Lit v Mi in OF mis NOTICE
to file with Use .ei k of th.-
above isirt a written stats
menl k rnand
1..- Eai h laim
must be Ul writing and must
null-
the name and address of the
1 reditor or his agent "r at
lorne) and the amount
. .! If the 1 laim is not v et
the date w Men it w ui
stated If
the 1 ontingent or
unliquidated the nature of the
uncertain!) shall be tated If
tlie 1 laim is ascurod the
s.-.ufirv shall be described
The r laimanl shall deliver
ienl 1 opiee of the claim to
the lerk I '.he i jerk to
mall each personal
tiv 1
All persons interested in the
U low horn a 1 op) Of this
Noti. e of Administration has
nailed are required
WITHIN THHFK MONTHS
from THE DAT! OF THE
FIRST II BLIC \ riON OF
THIS NOTICE to file anv
'.ui-,- the) mav have that
. hallenge the validitv of the
dei edenl s win the
qualifications of the personal
representaUve or the venue or
junsdicti.m of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJ! CTH NS NOT SO
FILED will BE FORE> ER
BARREI '
Date of the first publication
of this Notice 01
sdmirustraUon Mayt in-'
Martha Elena Miraya
\ Peraa 1 rlepn sentaUve
of the E stall I
\N ION I* RAMOS
eaaed
\ ITi IRNEV Fop. PERS4 >s M
REPRESENTATnE
I W IDSiHI.osilERG
iv 1 .
HI I Ml- N ill \l P A
.... I tte I^-'Ki Blvd
'
Honda U1M
I I" w -.. MB 4. -. i
*BJ M..v V 1 I9H0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANOFOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No so UI2 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Die marriage ol
H M.INA
CZKHNICHI IWSK A
i UUoner w ife
and
K sZIMIERZ
cz*:rnichowske
Rt spondent Husband
IMIERZ
CZERNICHi IWSKE
W spl/.i iw A I mil
1. W n- Uw Poland
Yoi are HEREBY N
FIED that a petition for
ition Marriage has
1 against v
serve a ropy of
inawer ..r pieadtne to the
Petition on Wife s attorney
ALAN S KKSSI.KR 2301
Collins Avenue No M k
Miami Beach Fl. and file the
original Answer or pleading In
the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the
i"tlav of May 19AD otherwise a
l>efault Judgment will be
entered against you
DATED at Miami Dade
County Florida this 21st day
of April 19*0
RIOIAKDP BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA.
IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 00 SOS* FC
IN R|
The marriage of
fTDMAN A GREASES
Petitioner husband.
and
. d'.lNE 1. GREA\ !
Reapondanl wife
ro CORINE I. GREAVES
; |0 Rhodi Avenue
Hampstead New Yorkiivto
ACTION i" IR
DISSOLI TION OF
M sRRI sOE
Yol ARK IIKRBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed agatnat you and you
.ire tequlred lo sen 1 op) of
voor ritten defenses If anv to
VKIHI R II 1.IPSON
attoi UUoner whose
Iddress 1611 NW Ik7 Street
; 10 H Miami Florida.
13IW and file '.lo-original with
lerk of Ull '<
noi bef M
riU be
1. for the
demanded in the torn
piaint or petition
Tills not. ,-.-
each ereek for f.M-
* ikt in rill-.
IEWISH FLORID! \N
WITNESS mv hand anil the
seal of aald court at Miami
h londa on this .'.' dav of April
I9M
RICHARD I BRINKER
\- clerk 1 In ull court
1'.. Florida
\. 1 .| 1 .
-. 1 \|
'da, .....U.JIQL
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIOA
No 10-sOM FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN re The marriage of
WINIFRED M \RTIN
Petitioner wife
BERRAM A MARTIN
Respondent husband
YOI BERTRAM a MAR
TIN residence unknown art
required to file your answer ti
" petlUOfl for dtssolu'..'
marriage with the Oerk of the
Court and serve a opy
thereof upon the petitioner's
attonu-v Herman Cohen Esq
w ist street Miami i- ..
on or before June I9A0.
or else petition will be con
ed
DATED April IS IfMO
Rl4 hard P Honker
Clerk Cinuit Court
B) n ^ Hewett
,tv Clerk
OBTSI Ma) :; J3 I9R0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number to 114}
Division 0)
IN RE ESTATE OI
R mhei ftZAR
1 H-i eased
NOTICE OF
M'MINISTRATION
The administration of the
.-. of RACHEL A/.AR
.s.-,1 File Number 10 VHi
ndsng in the Circuit Court
i '.oi. 1 ountv Florida
iv latest the address
of whi< htsTS W Kl...
Miami Florida 311S0 The
- s and ad'lr.-*... ,.f the
pel nal representaUve and
Um peraonal representiitive s
Sl lorne) .in set forth he low
All Interested jersons are
ith this is.i'
WITHIN THREI- MONTHS OF
Mil- FIRST IMPLICATION
'i- mis ni mi 'i- 111 ail
claims against the estate and
. anv o>jei tion by an In
'd person to whorn notice
eras mailed that challenges the
Ut) of the w ill the quail
fi. atmiLs of the personal rep
resentativ i- venue or Juris
in uon of the court
AIJ. CLAIMS AND oBJEC
noNS not so FILED WI1J.
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publit allun of this Notice has
begun on Ma) 9. IfMO
Personal RepresentaUve
ROSE PORT
c o Henry M
Waitikin Ally
70 71st Street
Miami Beach. Florida 331*1
Attorney for Personal
Representative
HENRY M WAITZKIN
ttO "1st Street
Miami Beach Klonda 33141
se;^ n-uts
f^"
'*

15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Mlrki s Ball bonds, at 818 NW
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33130. Intend to register said
name with -he Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Kirn-Ida
Mabel Ingrid Cope
M ick I Cope
*>iw MayO 10. 33.30. IfMO

freak for four
conaecuUve weeks in THE
IE WISH FLORIDIAN,
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Klonda. on this 21 day of April.
IfMO
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade ("ounty. Florida
B N A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendez Esq
29*5 W 4th Avenue
Hiale.ui Florida 33012
ner
1*7(15
I lade ('ount v Flor Ida
By DEBORAH G HESS
AsIiepulyClerk
OSTfM May 3.0.10
WTICtOP ***
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
that on March 31 1w.11 Food
Spot Associates, a Florida
partnership which maintains a
Blown pUu of business at 1:173
nw 711, Btreel Miami Florida.
l a bulk transfer from
and mm bound lo pa
full the dehu
-
yi*-
VINTNERS S88OCIATES at
1401 Brukell Avenue Suite0k
Miami Florida Dill intends
to register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
ountv Klonda
\ oane Romanee Trust
Bl Terre Trust
lynihe Bages Trust
II aut Priori Trust
Chassagne Trust
Y um-iii Tnist
Pai kman Neiiwahla
v RiwenberK
tltornei

> 9 in im>
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE s HEREBY GIVEN
"i March si IBM K,M,
>P-d \s,.H,-lr, _, Honda
partnership whu h mainUlns a
busmaoaatTeOO
-th Miami and
N Kendall Drive Miami
Ived a bulk
and be
ft.ll the debt.
rp shoos
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICI HEREBY
at the undersigned
desirliiK to engage in business
imier '.he futiiious names of
.MERICAW : DE I N
si RANCE INC d b a
.M ERICA WIDE MORTUAOE
SERVICES ,1 b a AMER
ICAWIDE REALTY SER
' ICES al 111 NW ISBl Avenue
Florida, intend to
lei s^ni names with the
.rt of
' rlda
MER





> AtwM fhiiii ,r
[y Sirota, Active in
fReligious Groups
Civic Leader, Samuel Reinhard Dies at 90
pl- foe Merman
J.were heU May 9 in
sJ \\. Sin>ta of
dNd MJ s<
fHospital M>am. Beach
M
, Mr Sirota. an
r, of lh International
barmen! Workere Union.
Broward County (mm
. \J. >ight years ago
H* found a new career as
'itfctioaa director for
ah Chapels Funeral
He also was involved
ns community >nd
(organi/aii'>n-
^trota was a past president
Sunrise I,akes Con-
lum Association, the
County chairman for
onds and a member of the
United Jewish Appeal peeJter'a
bureau
He eJao wtt i past preeidenl oi
the South Broward Council of
H'nai M'nth Lodge*, charter
president of Sunns*- B'nai B nth
and a member of Inverrary H'nai
B nth He was the parhamen
tanan at the Tamarac Jewish
Center and a member of the
Sunrise Jewish Center
Survivors include his wife,
Sophie, two sons. Alvin and
Harry Sirota of New Jersey; a
brother. Moe Sirota of Tamarac.
three sisters. Yetta Slutksy,
Phoebe Negelow and Sally
Goodman, all of Broward. and
four grandchildn'n
Funeral arrangements were
made by Menorah Chapels
Sunrise Funeral Home
Frances Wolf son Dies at 73
Wolf son. a director of
Jco Enterprise*, Inc civic
fnd intem.ittonally known
[lied Mm ".it th*folT8
Ion* illness Funeral
iwvheld May 11
Wolfson ol Miami Heach
fcr eifc oi Col Mitchell
n. president and founder
lomeU" Horn Frances
J Cohen she was a fourth
|twn Flondian and a native
cola
*gan paintinK during the
and her Oriental style
have been displayed in
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m the permanent display
University's Hose
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litcheli Jr; a daughter.
F.lton M Car) a daughter-
Mrs Uiuis W'olfson II;
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lllneaa A reudent of Miami for 17 year a.
he came from Brooklyn V X Surviving
are hi arlfa Sarah ton Robert of
HaJltea Si 8 t" brotliara Bamual ol
Hntoklyn and Joaeph of Albuquerque.
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LONDON Beulah D I'Unlatlon Ma)
I Rivei f David
M< M 1ILNKR, Arthur Miami Reach
ki/ika I'harlei R M Hallanda
Mai I I'.iwrside
ROUOVIN Uoula I.. 72 North Miami
H.ach May Lakaatde
8CHIX8INOBR, laidore 11. ach
AOOSS, lr larael 7. Miami Beach.
May m Kiwrnide
IH'CHIUNDER Kliasl' North Miami
Rubin Shan>n Memonal Cardena
tMlt.NKKI.li, Robert, aged two. North
Miami Rubin l^ikeaide
OAt'M.laaak 7 Miami Beach. May 10
Rubin Mt Smal Cemetery
(JAINKS Edna, f< North Miami Beach.
May" l.evitt Welnateln I.akealde
<;MA.N Irving J SO. Miami Beach.
May 10 Riveralde
LBVENSON. Mra Ray Riveralde
SHAI'IRO. Mra Mary Schlffer. T6.
Miami Beach Mays Riveralde
ZEIFK. Irving. 7. North Miami Beach
May 9 Riveralde
ARKl'SH Herman. S3 Miami. May
Sinai Memorial Chapel
Kuneral torvicea l<>r Saunuel
Kemhard. a longtime Miami
Beech religious and CIVIC leader
wer.' held Sunday at the Hebrew.
Vcadem) Miami Heach He was
a founder of the academy
Mr hVinhard died May 9 at
Mount Sinai Medical (enter after
a brief illn.-ss He was 90
At the time of his death,
Kemhard was senior vice
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and Florida,
chairman of the American Red
Magen David for Israel, an
agency which supports Israel's
official Red Cross service.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro of
Beth Israel Congregation, where
Reinhard was a director officiated
at the funeral
Reinhard headed campaigns
for more than a dozen years for
the American Red Magen David
for Israel, raising funds in South
Florida for more than KM) am-
bulances, bloodmobiles and
cardiac roecue vehicles He and
his family donated money for
several of the ambulances
Samuel Reinhard
" He raised close to $5 million
in cash by himself for American
Red Magen David for Israel,
said Howard Kaufman, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter
There s not one ambulance that
we sent to Israel that he didn t
have something to do with
Nathan Spector, Community Leader
Funeral services were held
Monday at Gordon Funeral
Home for Nathan K Spector.
owner ol the Venetian Nursing
Home and a leader in the Jewish
community, who died May 1(1 He
W..IS -II
Mr Spector was a former
president Ol the Hebrew Free
Ixian Society. Beth Kodeeh
Congregation and Beth Kodesh
Men s Club and was active with
the Beth Kodesh Minyonaires
He was a volunteer worker for
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and he had been
honored for his contributions to
the State of Israel-
He had been a resident of
Miami for the past 33 years,
coming from Philadelphia He
had owned and operated the
Venetian Nursing Home untd his
retirement.
Mr Spector was a Mason and
w.is past master of Welcome
I-odgv F & Am No 453 in
Philadelphia and a former deputy
ol Grand l-odge in Pennsylvania
He was a member of Mahi Shrine
in Miami
Services Held for
Irma Lister
Kuneral services were held
Ma) 15 .it Temple Israel ol
Greater Miami for Irma B
Lister, who died Ma) 13 \
resident ol Miami 62 years, she
, ame from Washington, DC
She was a member ol Temple
Israel. Hadassah and the
Vmei u an Society of Technion
Surviving .\r>' her husband Dr
George Lister; son l>r George
Lister .Ir ol New Haven. Conn .
daughter Mrs Jenine iGeraldl
Silver-man of Miami, sisters,
Mrs \mt.i Fskin ot West Palm
and Mrs Ruth Cohen ol Weel
Palm, and two grandchildren
Gordon Funeral Home had
charge ol arrangements
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MANOES Abraham. 77. Miami Aprli
sr^AS^.nn.e. 78. North Miami
BMCh. April l^vltt Welnateln Mt
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aide Ml V
Nathtm K Spector
He also served on the board of
directors of Central National
Bank.
Sirviving are his wife Goldie;
daughters Evelyn IAD Bogie and
Ruth Berlin ol Miami, brother
Herman ot San Raphael. Calif.,
and sisters Frances Becker and
Sarah Shlonsk) ol Philadelphia;
si\ grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren
Recently, while he was hos-
pitalized. a nurse from Israel
visited here and mentioned the
need for a fetal heart monitor at
her hospital Mr Reinhard saw
that they got it. it s probably on
thew.tv now." said Kaufman.
Mr Kemhard was honored by
the Hebrew Academy several
times, and in 1976 was honored
by more than 4.000 persons at the
Miami Beach Theater of the
Performing Arts as American
Red Magen David for Israel's
"National Volunteer of the
Year"
He persuaded the heroes of
Israel's Entebbe rescue mission
to come to the Red Magen David
event which honored him and
raised more than $200,000 for the
Israeli Red Cross
Mr Reinhard worked literally
around the clock'" for Israel
Bonds and the United Jewish
Appeal during the wars of 1967
and 1973 And he was in the
forefront of the first Israel Bonds
drive in 1951.
He moved to Miami Beach
from Brooklyn almost 50 years
ago and continued to be a leader
in the American Orthodox Jewish
community He was also involved
in the Miami Beach Zionist
movement
Reinhard was associated with
Yashiva University in New York.
Hebrew University. Bar 1 Ian
University and Haifa University
in Israel. Talmudic Universitv ol
Florida
He also was involved in the
Young Israel organization.
Y.shiv a of Bensonhurst. Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and Mesivta.
Boys Town of Jerusalem and the
l,ouis Merwitzer Mesivta High
School of Miami Beach.
He is survived by his wife.
Rebecca, of Miami Beach, and
five sons. Harold. Henry. Leo.
Norman and Seymour Reinhard,
all of the Miami area. He is also
survived by 15 grandchildren and
18 great grandchildren.
Burial was in Jerusalem
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