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

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Weizman Out;
Shamir Takes
Defense Post
JERUSALEM Israel's new Defense Minister is
Yitzhak Shamir. Announcement of Shamir-- appoint-
ment was made over Israel Radio on Tuesday
Shamir, recently appointed Foreign Minister by
Prime Minister Menachem Begin, who had previously
ln-en holding thai post since the resignation ol Moshe
Da van, succeeds Ezer Weizman.
WEIZMAN ANNOUNCED his resignation at a
Cabinet meeting on Sunday and followed up his
departure with a blistering letter <>t "explanation" to
Begin on Monday. Ostensibly, the Weizman resignation
>ver budget cut* in the area
Kussiu to IsraelWith Love
Althoij.: taught school for over
thirty n Southern Russia. Asnat
fell that her native Bukhara
*as he.....e Now in Israel. I am
his 63-year-old newcomer to
s-ae ". an ever tell me to leave
Asnat peaks Turkish. Bukharan. and
the fluent Hebrew that her
Childn I'andchildren have acquired
;gest challenge "Luckily my
husband and I were able to find |Obs at
Hameshakem where knowledge of
Hebrew wasn't so important." she says.
Largely funded by the Jewish Agency,
Hameshakem employs 7.000 of Israel's
elderly and handicapped throughout the
country World Jewry, through the United
Israel Appeal Keren Hayesod. helps
provide these funds
He Carried a Torch
Soviet Ani i-Scr mi End* in Wife's fiery Ashes
By GLENN KICHTKH
ying career of
I I melyanov, the
SSR most notorious of
Semite, has
In the twisted
Jtrtiam- the burned
wdj ol in- murdered wife,
' pajj. of his Pales
printed Nazi-like
I the protection
Previously afforded him by
l? highest reaches of the
Kr,
mini hierarchy.
According to the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewrj und
I nion >>t t ouncila lor So\ iet
Jews, EmelyaiHM had l>een
Nikila Khruschchet Vrabic
translator generation ago He
roes tn head the \r.iiiu Depart
mt'tu of the Institute <>t Foreign
Languages, meanwhile becoming
a tup lecturer in the /.name
Society, Russia's militantly
.it heist organizal ion
His CAREER waned tem-
porarily when uni' of his
virulently anti-Jewish speeches
reached the I s Congress and
was protested. l>ut bounced bach
a- a political science instructor in
the same Institute
The most extensive documen-
tation ol Emelyano\ 'a ravings,
detailed memorandum t<> the
Presidium ol the Supreme s,.\ iet.
reached the West in early 1977
In It. he asserted that Jews in
Russia constitute a fifth
column to undermine us from
within" and that Zionist
penetration ol the USSR is BO
complete that snowflake
decorations m Soviet shop
windows have Star ol David
lutlin, as do loudspeaker grilles
i After May 26, What Now?
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But \o \oinia I \ia i ion
B^ Rabbi arthur
HERTZBBRG
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Syptiaaa want peace?
'"''" puss,hie'
days, recently, ol
ussiona in Cairo. I
,'' Cl away with answers
'" o one answer! that are
| "Pnairorij |,r Saiia, wants
peace; the intelligentsia does not
want normalization; and the
masses do no! want war Kach of
these opinions is solidly rooted
in the self -interest of those who
hold them
Sadat is at once the i'si
known and most enigmatic of
these three tones it is poaaible,
ami parhaps even probable, that
he set events in motion by
making war in 1973 and b)
inviting himself to .Jerusalem in
1977, without dear conception
of what the ultimate result on
the ground in the Middle East
would be The one thing that is
undoubted is that both in war
and peace he was and is. Iirst
and foremost, playing t<> n
American gallery
Continued on Page N-A
lefense, but it has long been
known that Weizman strongly
disagrees with Begin's policies on
the West Hank settlements and
Israels si,in,-,, in the autonomy
talks with Eg) pt
These talks were m tact
brought to a sudden and SUT
prising halt bj Egypt's President
\nw.n Sadat last week The Ma)
26 deadline, by which time bi-
lateral agreements on the future
ol tin \ralis in Gaza and Judea
and Samaria were supposed to
have been reached, passed on
Monda)
There is no indication that the
failure to meet the deadline, or
indeed Sadat's earlier halting ol
the talks, meant anything more
than a temporan setback
Already, there are signs that the
talks may be resumed soon
SADAT'S MAJOR reason tor
halting the talks was an Israeli
vote establishing the union ol
Jerusalem as one cit) indivisible
and as the capital of I srael Sadat
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ffi*i it, izman
had been pressing lor \rab rights
to vote on their future status m
I ,i-i Jerusalem
\c cording to Israel Radio
Continued on Page 7- \
Annual Meet June 4
Levy Named New
President of Federation
Harry. \ Hap Levy
has been nominated as
president <>t the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
lot 1980-81, it was an-
nounced by Federation a
pasl president, Morton Sil-
berman, chairman >t the
Federation 12nd annual
meeting and dinner t<> be
held June al the Carillon
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Election ol officers, Board ol
Directors Trustees, and \d
visor) Council will take pi m al
the annual meeting, which begins
with a reception al 6 30 p r and
dinner at 1 30 p in
LEVY. Miami Beach
businessman and builder.
currently serves as a Federation
vice president and has served on
the Hoard ol Directors [or more
Harry \ 1 .
than ten years H< is chairman ol
the Planning and Budget
Committee and is a member ol
the Public Relations Committee
He was general campaign
chairman Ol Federation s
Continued on Page 11-A
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Howard M. Squadron Heft), president of the American Jewish Congress, and Henry
Siegman fright), executive director, meet with Prime Minister Menachem Begin in
Jerusalem. Squadron and Siegman were in Israel heading a mission of American Jewish
Congress leaders. They also met with government officials in Jerusalem and Cairo and with
Pope John Paul II.
Headlines
Sadat Calls Carter'Weak, Indecisive'
Egypt's President Sadat, who only a short
while ago had nothing but praise for President
Carter calling him a great statesman, has ap-
parently had a change of heart. As reported in
tha weekly. Oktober. Sadat characterized Carter
as a weak and indecisive person, who is not
capable of taking a firm stand."
As an example he cited Carter's handling of
the 1 N Security Council vota en Jewish set-
tlements <>n the West Hank Me called Carter's
handling of that question an example of the
characteriatk indecistvenesa ol \marican policy
in the present administration According to the
'" article, Sadat was also sharply critical
ol V- i rican policj in the Persian dull and
Afghanis! an
He als< ad I arter did not seam to
have th<- ability to mobilize support from the
Vrabs and the Western world Never has
man) insult-- as during
regime Sadat is reported as having
The divorce rate among Jewish marriages is
fast approaching the national average of 40
percent, and the attendant breakdown of the
lewish family poses a real threat to the survival
ol the Jewish community in America, concluded
a panel of experts at American Mizrachi
Women's marriage s.minar held recently at the
(ireat Neck Synagogue in Great Neck. NY
Mrs Charlotte Schneierson. AMW's Long
Island Council chairwoman and head of the
Marriagt Seminar Committee, explained. "AMW
feels there is a vital need to examine the issues
confronting the Jewish marriage today "
In his talk on Jewish marriage laws. Rabbi
Jay Marcus maintained that parents must see
that their children are taught the responsibilities
husbands and wives have to each other ac-
cording to halachu. "Today's hedonistic society
with its emphasis on selfish, "me-firstism.' is the
antithesis of Torah responsibility and what is
required by halacha." he declared.
Israel's Minister of Interior Dr. Yosef Burg
said in Jerusalem that a psychological gap still
separates Americans and Israelis when it comes
to understanding Isral's security needs.
The cbtaf Israeli negotiator at the autonomy
talks with Egypt and the United States, who
had just wound up the second last round of the
autonomy talks with his Egyptian and American
counterparts scheduled to end on May 26. said
that Americans and Israelis have a different
concept of certain distances. He said that when
the Americans were at war in Vietnam, the
distances in miles were almost astronomical.
Israelis speak about things in their own
backyard: that the distance between Bethlehem
and Jerusalem is half a mile and between
Tulkarem and Netanya (at the former border of
1967) no more than 7 to 8 miles, which is less
than half the length of New York's Broadway
This is s distance which Americans commute to
work daily. But although Americans and Israelis
use the same words, the meaning of distance is
different in Israel.
Organizers of the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
re searching for the families of two deceased
Jewish athletes who are to be inducted into the
Mall of Fame at the group's second annual
dinner on Julv 27, at the Beverlv Milton Motel in
Beverly Mills." Calif
Laurence "Lon" Myers, the greatest runner of
the HHh century, and Lillian Copeland. a
member oi the 1928 and 1982 United States
Olympk track and field teams. ill be inducted
aliing with nine other Jewish athlete*- This
year's mi n ill join 18 other Jewish Sports
Hall n! Kamers nducted last yeai according to
Joseph Siej m an of the proje
"Though Lon Myers and Lillian Copeland
unong the greatest athletes nt thi i
m have no clues ,i t,. the whereabouts ol their
relatives Siegman said We -ire searching
throughout the country so thai m car invite
them to accept Jewisl Sports Hall
honors in the names ol their forebi irs
Rabbi Jerome K Malino ol Danbury, Ci .
president ol the Central Conferenci ol Vn
Rabbis, served notice thai the CCAR will press
mi with its campaign tor repeal ol the Chiel
Rabbinate Law recently enacted by the I
Knesset
This law transfers from the Israeli Ministrj ol
Religion to the Chiel Rabbinate the authority to
determine which rabbis may perform Jewish
marriages Its effect is to foreclose this
possibility to Reform and Conservative rabbis
Rabbi Malino made his statement at CCAR
headquarters in New York on releasing the text
of a resolution adopted by the CCAR Executive
Board The resolution protests the law and urges
its repeal by the Knesset
A noted Vatican leader. Msgr Jorge Mejia.
told the leadership of the Synagogue Council of
America that efforts are being made by the
Vatican to reach out to Jewish people and to
understand the role of Jewish religion today.
In his address to the Synagogue Council,
which is the national coordinating agency for the
Conservative. Orthodox, and Reform rabbinic
and congregational organizations. Msgr Mejia
also cited the close working relations his
Commission maintains with various agencies,
including the International Jewish Committees
on Interreligious Consultations.
The Synagogue Council of America, the
representative of the total American Jewish
religious community, is the American secretariat
of IJCIC. Msgr. Mejia is the director of the Holy
See Commission for Religious Relations with the
Jews.
An analysis of the linguistic composition of
Soviet Jewry, which forms part of a Research
Report published by the Institute of Jewish
Affairs in London, reveals that nearly 400.000
Jews, more than one in five, still speak a Jewish
language (mostly Yiddish).
This fact emerges from the IJA's detailed
analysis of the results of the 1979 Soviet Census
some of which have been published recently in a
Soviet statistical journal The data on Jewish
languages constitutes important information on
the cultural state of Soviet Jewry.
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EEC Move to Revise 242 Worries Herzog
LONDON
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by
a^med at pnatibh >vea b}
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IfliT n^hi* viewa t<> the Board
\iD-jut*- of Hnti-h Jews He
fc> aid h*1 *" not unduly
bwoM by President Sadat's
tlation "! the autonomy
fiifcs nptmjc thm thi* was the
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'TORONTO
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has strongly
ptmied i anadian Multi-
urism Minister James
'"* lw "' it tending its
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JERUSALEM Israel ia
expecting an initiative from
Washington to get the suspended
autonomy talks resumed, a high
MUM indicated here Monday
The source added that the U.S.,
as middleman, would ha\e to
come up with gap bridging ideas
if there was to be any hope of
substantive progress *hwi and if
tfie talks did Ugin again
Prime Minister Begin,
meanwhile. conferred with
Foreign Minister Yit/hak Shamir
and autonomy talks negotiator
Yosef Hurg on his response to
President Sadal i Utter
Informed sources confirmed
that the Egyptian lead* letter
had not made an) specifu
demands or proposals It had
catalogued his reasons foi feeling
thai Israel bad in I
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recent settlement activities, the
tough policies on the West Hank
Hut Israeli policymakers
continue to insist that these are
not convincing reasons to stall
the talks They hint that there
may well be undisclosed ad-
ditional reasons for the
suspension stemming from the
internal political situation in
Egypt
memlx-r of Parliament from the
Toronto area, feared a backlash
from his constituency which has
.1 liaaabk Jewish population
Mouammar Mid that while the
( \r convention was chief!)
concerned with Palestinian land
claims. Planing had been invited
in r.irlv \pril to discuss multi
culture policy the tarn* -u!
he spokl Sboul at the ( II
Fleming said he declined eight
invitations that weekend and had
suggested Ml' Kideen Nicholson
could represent him at the t \K
convention, l>ut this offer was
rejected \mi Arab sentiment
was never on my mind he told
reporters I ve been attacked
often in the past for defending
the idea of a Palestinian
homeland
JOHANNESBURG The
condition of South African Jewrv
will be examined from various
angles at the forthcoming
Congress ol the South African
Jewish Board Ol Deputies, and
one of the major items w ill be the
internal unity of the Jewish
community, according to I)r I
Vbramowitz, chairman of the
Hoard
In his report to the Hoard's
I lecutive Council at its monthly
meeting here, Abramowiti said a
matter to which attention would
have to >. given and which i^ a
Cause of concern is the growing
tendency toward fragmentation
the S |/i in J Times
report ed
ile noted that the hallmark
and essential quality of the South
Vfrican Jewish community was
its ability to maintain harmony
unity between different
sections, a condition which has
- n described as unity in
ih\ ersitv
LONDON Gen. Sir John
Hagot (ilubb. better known as
Gtubb Pasha. former com-
mander of the Arab Legion, has
called on Western Europe to take
over from the Americans the role
of mediating between the Arabs
and Israel
He wants west Kuropean
ambassadors to sound out Israel.
Syria. Jordan. I Egypt over a solution involving
sell determination for part of the
\\ .-st Hank because, he claims.
Israel's continued occupation of
it is causing intense resentment
against the western powers in the
Moslem world.
Writing in the Daily Expn is,
.arold (ilubb says that the
Palestine Liberation
Organization would take part in
negotiations both on In-half of
the W eel Hank Arabs and also of
the two million Arab refugees in
exile King Hussein of Jordan
would also be "a key man in
negot lations
Israel would be required to
abandon her constant attacks on
anon, bul in return her
security would !>< guaran:.
within her agreed fronl
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LONDON The Kuropean
initiative on the Middle Kast is
expected to be launched at the
EEC summit meeting which
starts m \ enice on June 12.
It will probablv consist of two
parts declaration implying
that the Palestine Liberation
Organization must be brought
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Friday May 30,
1980
The Weizman Departure
Israel's new Defense Minister, Yitzhak Shamir,
argues by his appointment that an even harder line
is to be expected if and when the autonomy talks
resume.
The May 26 deadline was over Monday. But no
one really expected that the deadline was anything
more than symbolic not Prime Minister Begin,
not Egypt's President Sadat.
Sadat's reasons for interrupting the talks are
his own: one may speculate upon them ceaselessly.
It is doubtful that his stated reason, Israel's vote to
affirm the status of Jerusalem as one city indivisible
and as the capital of Israel, was Sadat's real reason.
His purposes apart, we find it hard to believe
that the autonomy talks will not resume. But there
will be a change once they do. The resignation of
Defense Minister Ezer Weizman is perhaps a good
thing. We do not take the position that Weizman
was a dove and therefore a credit in the ledger of the
Israeli autonomy talks setup.
Rather, we prefer to observe that Weizman has
long had Likud aspirations of his own and that his
status as a negotiator weakened Israel. First, he
failed to represent the government's viewpoint on
the territories, speaking instead for himself.
Second, and more important, he used autonomy
as a platform to advance his personal political
ambitions.____________
Time Will Tell
There will be those who disagree with these
conclusions. They will largely be represented among
observers who fear the appointment of Shamir on
the basis that he is a hardliner, that he will reflect
the Begin government's views on autonomy more
closely than Weizman ever did. and who believe that
the open-end concessions are the only way for Israel
to achieve peace in the Middle East.
Time will tell. But the talks will resume we
do not need time to certify that. And when the talks
resume, the atmosphere will be somewhat less jovial
a la Weizman to the endless expense of Israel. Here,
too. time will be needed to determine whether within
this new diplomatic frame of reference Israel can
hope to begin to score some points.
A Clerical Error
The American Jewish community is saddened
by the forced decision of Rep. Robert Drinan (D..
Mass.) not to seek another term in Congress.
During his 10 years in the House of Represen-
tatives, he has been an effective supporter of Israel
and a leading spokesman for the cause of So\ iet
Jewry First elected because of his strong oppo .ion
to the Vietnam War. he is the author of a boo! fiat
takes liberals to task for their failure to sup,x>rt
Israel.
But Drinan. a Jesuit priest, had to bow before a
new edict by Pope John Paul II that priests can no
longer take part in politics.
Yet, one would have less quarrel with the
Pope's decision if there were no cause to wonder
why the Vatican has not cracked down on Arch-
bishop Hillarion Capucci, the onetime gun-runner
for the Palestine Liberation Organization who now
pops up in Teheran frequently to aid the terrorists
holding 53 American hostages there.
After serving 39 months of a 12-year jail
sentence in Israel for smuggling arms to Palestinian
terrorists on the West Bank, Capucci was banished
to Latin America. But he returned to Europe and
the Mideast.
If Pope John Paul II wants priests out of
politics, he should have started with Capucci, a
clergyman who supports terrorism, not Drinan, who
has a constructive record in public affairs.
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Property is the Key to Racial Peace
THERE IS no doubt that
riots, like the neutron bomb, are
based on a sound American
belief: property is worth more
than humanity. As a sacred prin-
ciple, it is central to our most
exalted national document, the
Declaration of Independence.
When blacks rioted in Miami
the other weekend, they were
operating according to that
belief. If whites will not actively
listen to them and redress their
grievances, the reaction may be
slow in coming, but it is
terrifying in its result and un-
mistakable in its meaning: the
destruction to property will hurt
those who own it (whitesl more
than it does those who merely
live or work in it (blacks).
THE HURT to whites is
profound beyond the loss of
property itself. The hurt is to a
sacred American trust, a
profound belief in the im
mortality of what you own and
pas- on to heirs.
In this sense, it is a surrogate
for immortality itself. The
property-owner participates in
the immortality of property
through his last will and
testament, and it is a truer kind
of immortality than heirs them-
scKes because heirs ultimately
die. too.
For the most part, blacks still
have little property Mlacks have
no such surrogate for their own
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immortality, and in destroying
whit* property they are seizing
upon the best means tbey know
to encourage the chance' of be-
coming a part of this unique
relationship between the
collection of things we own and
life eternal They are saying: if
you do not let us into your club
where you enjoy this benefit.
then were going to hit you where
it hurts the hardest.
ONLY NOW. are whites
beginning to understand t he pgs
chology of the modern American
race riot as an attack upon them
s-l\es. As late as the 1960s,
whit* Americans still wondered
in bewilderment at the
of black warfare upon the homes
in which they lived and the busi
nesses in which the) worked
And they advanced all kinds >
theories about black tell hatred
and its limits The liberals among
tfiem even assumed u
array of gudts al*>ut the white
role in the development of this
self hatred
As late as the 1960! .
Americans still tailed .. make
this simple connection that
blacks, say. living in their apart
ments wen' not living it
apartments at all. but in apart-
ments owned by absentee white
landlords The black r
his community onl)
an attack upon himsell to the
white man who still (ai
make this simple connei lion
The profound black Martinique
psychiatrist and
philosopher Kratr.
long since defined hi
not only as a guerrilla fig
the white bourgeois opi n i
and his property who was
frequently invisible
FANON SAW the gui
war itselt. the nCl I
emotional purgative for thi
man The more \ nil n< ir which
he engaged, the mon
would the purgation >l bl i k ragi
become: cleansed '
ot white-inspired humilial
inferiority, the I
would the black man
negotiate with the whiti
Continued on Page 1 I V
Two Groups Press Arab Cause in U.S.
:9ho

Two groups pressing the Arab
cause in the United States have
set as a Spring and Summer.
1980. goal a cut of $150 million in
US assistance to Israel
One of the units is NAAA (the
National Association of Arab
Americans) The second calls it-
self PHRC (the Palestine Human
K'ghts Campaign) It seems
reasonable to expect these two
groups to make common cause
with the new MEPAC (Middle
East Peace Action Coalition).
Don't let this proliferation of
pressure on behalf of some Arab
nations mystify and confuse you.
Nor need you be surprised to
learn that the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference and
Operation PUSH, two American
black organizations, are now
marching under the banner of the
Middle East Peace Action
Coalition along with the All
African Peoples Revolutionary
Party and several other outfits
WHEN YOU recall that the
Southern Christian Leadership
Conference and Operation PUSH
made the headlines not long ago
by embracing the ubiquitous
Yasir Arafat, head of the
collection of Arab terrorists
known as the Palestine
Liberation Organization, you can
understand why those bodies are
now following Arab leaders
Currently, one of their duel
propaganda eftorts u> un
dermmt the of the
p I )a\ id .
Robert
Segal
ments are reviewed carefully in
the April 9 issue of the Near East
Keport, a valuable guide to Mid-
dle East happenings This com
prehensive resume indicates that
one of the pro-Arab bodies
mentioned the Palestine
Human Rights Campaign is
reportedly under investigation on
suspicion of failing to register as
a foreign agent for the PLO.
Along the way of the Near
East Report's expose of these
activities, inimical to the
economy, security, and survival
of the State of Israel, one learns
that the American Friends
Service Committee is yet another
party agitating for the Arab-
desired cut of $150 million in I' S
assistance to Israel
THIS SEEMS strange, for the
Quaker group has long contended
that it aims to rescue, feed, and
suet or people in need Here one
t.t-ls free to cite a July 18. 1979.
letter to the editor by the
Executive Secretary of the New
-land Region of the \riier;.
I rienda 9an tea that
ds in
ical.
but humanitarian No doubt, a
great deal of tbi Sen i Com
mittee'e effort* aw humanitarian
Hut what is an \I'S( lobbying
effort agianst I s aid to Israel if
it is not political'
Those who want this flow of
funds from Washington to Israel
diminished argue that Israel
intends to use the money to build
new settlements in 1^1
Actually. Israel uses -u
funding to buy American goods
It does not spend monetary
assistance of this kind in areas
brought under its administrator.
since 196"
Whv do Quakers k-t their tfood
name' and fine intention- g*
sullied with anti Israel activities
Why has the American Friends
Service Committee, from l1 iv
advocated support for "d
recognition of the terrorist unit
PLO? Whv does this otherwise
idealistic American association
insist that the PLO must w
included in negotiations aimed*'
undergirding long prayed tor
peace in the Middle Fast '
In 1977. the American I
Service Committee made i lew
intention, in calling a confi
The New Imp.
For
on i .-. i
Israeli Palestinian IV.'.. thai"
expected Israel to rfl : *-
the PLO
GO TO THE tern
murder Israeli a.
Olympic gamea a
Israeli
niiiuieo n I'.I. ^


^v, May 30,1980
Jk!M***br
Page&-A
Top Prtonty
Sharon Tells Orthodox Leaders
West Bank Settlements Mushroom
NK\s YORK iJTA)
totti'i Mini* of Agriculture
ArH.| Sharon told lenders of the
Hmencan Orthodox" community
[ht m-u lenient ol American
je- in th occupied territories
ground Jerusalem, in Judaea and
Sanani
us in the (lit/.i
Strip, is Israels present priority
Addreeeing the more than
1.000 la) and rabbinic leaders
attending the Union ol Orthodox
Jewish Congregations ol
America national dinner al the
New > <>rk Hilton Sharon, who is
alao the head "( the Agriculture
Sharp Increase
Anti-Semitism in Uruguay
Spurred by 'Protocols'
NEW M'Hh UTAI The
Jrwh communit) in Cruguay.
ui estimat- : 15.000 nmonn u
population i t three million, is
roncernwl over a sharp increase
Flo. House
Salutes Israel
TALLAHASSEE The
Hnh* j'f ni pieaeiiiai in ea. m
Rejolutrn II I" has put itself on
rtcon: ng with the free
people of the world m con-
pitulatmj: State of Israel OB
ision of us !2nd an
::\ Dm resolution was introduced
mo thi House b) Rapiaaan-
ISUvei Fred I.ippman. of Or
lndo. anil Dick Batchebr, of
Mr/wood
obaervea that
'"' I lUted States ol America
- Israel Iwaaleach
torn in the fin ol revolution" and
that both still struggle eon-
naatl) lor man s bask freedom
pt ion
IT ALSO observes that both
wtionv share .1 common heritage
''' .::i i-.es from dis
and still maintain that
PPf^si humanity will have an
Mynirn on this globe
In addition. Resolution 1617
Wes that !w,th nations con-
W to demonstrate to the world
1 thriving democracies can
* m th.- midst f turmoil and
"hip both nations
lw*res,stJ th.- call to the oil
"ckmail and srs again seeking
*b|ish.l..lstinKpt.Ilceman
""wdexastatedby war
>att Brown Speaker of the
""d Houat of Rep-
in anti-Semitism, the American
Jewish Committee reported hen-
Attacks 1 > n synagogues
Jewish organizations and Jewish
students have heen growing in
numlier according to reports
reaching the AJCommittee. and
distribution of anti Semitic
literal un- has become more
widespread
BOOKS LIKE the notorious
CzariM anti-Semitk forgery 1 h,
Protocols 0/ the Bldm of /.ion.
are available in editions coming
from Jspain and Mexico and
Argentina, too. though such
volumes are now forbidden in the
latter country because of their
racist character
In Montevideo. Cruguav 1
capital, there is even a bookstand
that specialiies in anti-Semitic
malarial
The Jewish Central Committee
in Cruguay has gone to top level
authorities to denounce this state
of affairs There was a promise
fn>m the Ministers ol Justice and
ot Foreign Affairs that a law
would DC passsd under which
propaganda inciting racial
discrimination would in- severl)
punished
More than a year has elapsed
since that promise was made, but
no such luw has yet l>een passed,
the AJCommittee reported
so.MK URUGUAYAN
newspapers reported that the
government was not acting
because officials fell adoption of
such u law would implicitly
acknowledge the existence of
racial discrimination This
brought a denial by Justice
Minister Hayardo Bengoa. but no
action on the law was forth
coming
The independent Cruguayan
press generally has been sup-
portive of the Jewish community
position, according to the
AJCommittee
Soviet Anti-Semite's Career
Ends in Wife's Fiery Ashes
foatinurd fn.m Page 1-A
the Moscow suhwav and news-
t"F*r,-mss*,,ri, ()u//j,^
. JJw'dent ( artar. French Com-
unist ''"r GaorjM Marchuis
ven the official, token
?* Jew Aaron Vergalis are
r*?' Merits or stooges. "Its
Known that the Zionists plan
|gJBp,1*wU Power bv the veer
l*dience ^^ B Mo8COW
to?"2 THK mp f pi*-
- 7" '2nd*. Fmelvanov smug
-tia:,st,1inianu8cnptofa
I'v-y.uinitiititin, in
book.
Wm h*. aMerts thal Jews derive
lancien. I cro99breeding of
Iw*, dvnast' of the pro
W riminal world of the
yellow and white races.
" was printed there by
knov" '-"- **'
s to
Minister Ustinov and other high
Sot let officials
In late March, the SSSJ and
UCSJ said. Emelyanm was
sacked from the Communist
Party not for his writing, but
for breaching Party discipline b)
sending an unauthorized
manuscript abroad His wife
began to nag him A week later
Kmelyanov's anger exploded. He
murdered his wife, burned her
body and left it in a garbage
dump on the edge of Moscow
After three days, he was arrested
and placed in an institution for
the criminally insane
Although Kmelyanov has ap-
parently reached his end. the
stench of official anti-Semitism
still pervade*. Russia The Krem
lin continues to elevate its many
proponents rut her than consign
the lunatic asylums in
set
Ministry s committee on
Clements, Called on the assembled
leaders Uj send groups to
Judaea and Samaria even
temporarily, as a symbol
ANALYZING the main
problems facing Israel and. bv
extension, the Amen, an Jewish
community, Sharon stressed four
(mints
American mistakes m dealing
with Soviet aggression in recent
rs have made Israel 9 position
.is a sols bastion ol Western-style
democrat > in the area
significant l> more difficult to
maintain, the American tendency
to pressure Israel more strongly
than the Arab side in Mideast
negotiations has made those
negotiations increasingly more
difficult, as has the American
tendency to minimize the
significance of the concessions
that Israel has already made in
the interest of peace.
Also the tendency of U.S.
public opinion, as reflected in the
media, to minimize the human
losses of dead and injured as a
result of Arab terrorist attacks
while magnifying out of
proportion Israel's responses to
than incidents: and the constant
pressure on Israel to give up her
claims to Jerusalem
SHARON CALLED upon
American Jews to speak out in
response to these challenges and
problems and to exert their in-
fluence on U.S. policy and
leadership to protect Israel and
Jewish interests He emphasized
that these are Jewish problems,
not just Israeli problems and that
it was time for the Orthodox
community in the U.S. to play a
more active role in Israel.
*
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Who said boycott?
Our Readers Write
So. Florida Must Become
New Brotherhood Symbol
EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridion
Many of my best brothers and
sisters have paid with their lives,
limbs and property, and they
continue to pay for what has been
described as the injustice of the
McDuffie verdict. That verdict
was arrived at by six persons who
may well have been peers of the
four accused defendants, but
they were not peers of the soul of
Arthur McDuffie. McDuffie paid
with his life as a tribute to the
ugly sin of race hatred
But the senseless killings,
maimings. fire-bombings, per-
sonal and property assaults will
not and cannot be excused. They
can only be understood They are
released counter hatred the
race hatred of blacks for whites,
and the non-race hatred of blacks
for their economic oppressors
both black and white.
THE KILLINGS and riots are
in tune with the highest rate of
unemployment, the lowest and
least efforts to mobilize the
utilization of black capacities,
interests, skills and aptitudes. It
is the contempt of the white
community toward black rights
and toward the decency called for
by our religious heritages
It is overdue for the moral
leadership of our communities
Jew. Catholic and Protestant
to begin to teach the messages of
our faiths and the history of who
came to these shores and for what
reasons so that the morality and
decency of a new and fresh op-
portunity may permeate our lives
and restrengthen our nation, all
of whose members were victims
of oppression and hatred and
vicious bigotry in other lands
I a-{ South Florida be a symbol
of the new Brotherhood of all
peoples, wherein we care for each
other, provide justice for all. and
end man's injustice to man.
JACK M BASH
Miami Beach
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who named the "Turkey'?
A: Luis de Torres who called it TUKKI
The Hebrew word for peacock!
The first of Columbus crew !o set foot in the
New World' was Luis de Torres, a Jewish
crewman, a master of languages and one of
Columbus' trusted friends Thinking that any
natives they might meet may be descendants of
the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. Columbus sent
Tones ashore first to find out if the natives
were friendly and whether they spoke Hebrew
1 ., thei kr n inguage ol the day
The beauty and richness ol the iand captivated
rres mag nai n and he prevailed upon
I lumbus to let him settle there In writing
to I Is a me U H rnres use I the
Hebrew word tor TUKKI I
,1 ew bird he encountered And through
, the American bird came t< be
Turkey probably because there is no ki *
r ict:, v word foi
A NOT-SO-RARE FACT...
A g part ol Jewish warmth and aff<
s : the house' when mishpocha.
guests or friends drop in Oul nes the
ariably. J&B Rare
ten And why not *-J&B is a clean,
lch with the superb taste that fits
|ht in vuth the tradition I --1 ving the
est And because ol ts jreat taste.
,\B commands a high ... I elegance, .
at home or at your most important
simchas.
And that's a tact'
RARE
SCOTCH


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Page 6-A
>JeHiO> nvr*Ma*L
Friday M|y.t/,
They Came at Night
Kahane's View of His Arrest
By MEIR KAHANE
They came at night. A knock
at the door. And then another.
There are four of them. One
flashed his card. Good evening.
Rabbi Kahane. we are from the
police. I regret to have to ask you
to come with us for a small
clarification. What is it about?
He smiles: I prefer to speak
about it at the station.
It is not new to me. Just the
previous week others had come
at midnight. 1 sat in prison for
a week and was suddenly
released No charge. I assume
this is one more petty
harassment on the part of the
government. I take my prayer
shawl and phylacteries on the
reasonable charge that I will be
held overnight and tell my wife: I
will see you soon don't worry.
She will, but not too much she
has seen this many times before.
WE DRIVE in silence The
streets of Jerusalem even
Jaffa Road, the main one are
not crowded, despite the fact that
this is Yom Yerushalayim
Jerusalem Day. It is supposed to
be a joyous holiday marking
the 13th anniversary of the
liberation East Jerusalem during
the 1967 Six-Day War. It is not
very joyous because, despite all
the nonsensical orating on the
part of Mayor Teddy Kollek and
Begin. Jerusalem is not a unified
city, but rather another Belfast,
divided into a Jewish city and an
Rabbi Meir Kahane, founder
of the Jewish Defense
League, was recently ar-
rested in Israel after being
charged with fomenting
unrest on the West Bank.
These are Rabbi Kahane's
reactions.
Arab one. with the latter seething
with hate.
Last month. Kollek brought
over a number of mayors of U.S.
cities for a conference The public
relations gimmick was that these
mayors presided over cities with
differing national and ethnic
groups and that Jerusalem was
similar to them It followed, ergo,
that as Pittsburgh and Cin-
cinnati were one city in which
various groups co-existed, thus
would Arab and Jew dwell side-
by-side in Jerusalem.
Of course, the absurdity is self-
evident. In Pittsburgh, various
ethnic groups may struggle over
a greater share of the pie. but
they all agree that they are part
of the same pie They all agrw
that they are Americans, citizens
of the same state.
NOT SO IN Jerusalem, despite
all our foolish illusions and wish
ful thinking The Arab in Kast
Jerusalem is not an Israeli, doea
not want to be an Israeli, hates
Israel, and looks forward to the
dav of his lilieration. when all
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Blo-wilT if 1* tM
Israel will become "Palestine "
It Li for saying such self
evident truths that I am being
arrested, and I muse ruefully
about the fact that even the
weather has turned bitterly cold
on this unsmiling holiday A
sudden shift in the weather has
brought uncommon rain for the
middle of May. and the cold wind
seems to mirror the feeling in
Israel and the country drifts, as a
ship without a hand at the
rudder.
We arrive at the Russian
Compound, the main police
station. The officer in charge
jumps out. I wait patiently,
knowing the procedure. He will
return soon, and I will be taken
inside for questioning. As
always. I will greet the police -
whom I know and smilingly
say: "1 have nothing to say
concerning any questions." I will
be either released or held for 48
hours and brought before a
judge. This is the usual
procedure.
BIT NOT this time Israel has
progressed. The officer returns
In his hand he has some papers
He gets in and turns to me. I
regret that I must do this in the
automobile, but I must read to
you the following He proceeds to
read: Under my authority as
Minister of Defense and under
the administrative detention
powers. I hereby order that Meir
ben Yeche/.kel Kahane be held in
Jerusalem and the Shata Pnson
for a period of six months
(signed) Kzer Welzman
That is it No trial, no judg.
no attorney, no charge, no op-
portunity to defend It is the
Hntain that Begin fought in the
name of Herui. freedom, returned
in the form of Begin 1 think
This is what the one democracy
in the Middle Kast has come to
I remember the little blue and
white Jewish National Fund
pushka Icharity boxi 1 would put
a penny into each day as a child
The dream was to build a Jewish
Stau lomedsj 1 remember
the years 1 gave .i* .i JTOUth to
Begins Zionist youth movement.
Betar, and th- final words o|
martyred Jewish underground
soldiers going to the gallows
under "emergency laws I think
of ho man) speeches I have
made pleading for .lews to conn-
home home to Israel
I REGRET NOTHING. The
dream remains and will be, long
after the neo Hellenists and
gentilized Hebrews of today are
gone Weizman is not Israel He
represents all that is foreign and
un Jewish in the land He will
pass, but the dream will remain
- and be fulfilled
7' ^
Jiit n
Court Upholds Arrest
Of Ultra-Nationalist
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) A Jerusalei
court upheld the administrative arrest of Ri
Kahane. leader of the ultra-nationalist "Kac
ment. and an associate. Baruch Green, who
on orders of the Defense Ministry for allegedly!
'"vigilante" action against Arabs on the West
The case is the first in which admj
detention imprisonment without trial wj
by Israeli authorities against Jewish citizens of|
THE STATE sentenced Kahane and Gi
months but Judge Asher Felix Landau, presit
court, reduced the term to three months.
review after that period. He also allowed the M
right of appeal.
The Defense Ministry had demanded thi
be incarcerated at the Shatta maximum securi|
According to press reports. Ashkenazi Chi
Shlomo Goran asked a senior Cabinet miniate
vene to have Kahane sent, instead. t<> a
facility in the Jordan Valley.
THE CHIEF RABBI reportedly acted b)
feared that Kahane, founder and one-time leaj
Jewish Defense League in the IS., would be
Vrab inmates of the Shatta prison.
Goren, however, denied that he had inter]
the matter 1 merely asked that he be given
he s;||(l
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'khtrkr*H>*n
l'go7-A
Time to Explain
Why Ousted Arabs Shouldn't Return
Weizman Out of Job;
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTAI
The Supreme Court has
given the Defense Ministry
45 days to explain why its
expulsion orders against
three West Rank political
figures should not be re-
scinded and the deportees
permitted to return to their
homes in the Hebron
region.
The high court acted on ap-
peals by the families of Mayor
Fahed Kawasme of Hebron.
Mayor Mohammed Milhim of
llalhoul and Kadi (religious
judgel Rajeb Huyud Tamimi of
Hebron
THEY WERE deported on
May 3, following the killing of
six \fshi\a students in a
terrorist ambush m Hebron the
previous night The three men
were held morally responsible for
the act ina.sniuch as political
statement! bj them m the pre-
ceding weeks alleged!) created
.in atmosphere OOndlM ive to
\ lolencc
In issuing its shoe causa order
to the Defense Ministry and tin
Military Governor of t K- West
Bank, the Supreme Court took
dim \ lew "f t !> lact tfvat the da
portees ware expelled without
being given their legal right to
appeal before a special com
mittee which aaviaea the
Military Government in such
matters
siate \ttorne) Gavriel Bach
admitted in court that the
deportations were effected in a
manner contrary to accepted
custom and obliquely ad-
monished the government The
^tate shouUI honor the law. he
said
HOWEVER. Bach argued
that the deportations came in
the immediate aftermath of the
brutal and traumatic event" in
Hebron Justice Haim Cohen
retorted that because the event
was brutal and traumatic the
deportations should not have
ban carried out in the same
way
Cohen recalled that the
Supreme Court had ruled 32
years ago that the emergency
regulations of the former Man
date Government in Palestine
which allowed summary depor-
l at ions were illegal unless the
subject was given prior oppor
limit) to appeal The justice
expressed surprise that this
right was not accorded the three
Arab leaders
I'lie latter are presently in
New York when- than sra
seeking to address the United
Nations Security Council The
Council has ordered Israel to re-
admit them but when the three
attempted to reenter the West
Bank a week ago they wen-
turned back at the Jordan River
bridge
MEANWHILE, the Supreme
Court has under consideration an
appeal on behalf of two Arab
families the Shumahs of Beit
Sahour near Bethlehem and the
Kaabas of Balata village near
Nablus who were removed
from their homes by Israeli
authorities hist week and placed
in a deserted former refuges
camp near Jericho in the Dead
See valley
The Military Government
acted after meml>ers of both
families allaglllllj hurled rocks
and a gasoline bomb at Israeli
military \ chicles The appeal.
submitted to the high court by
the Shumali family, accused the
authorities ,,f collective punish-
ment in violation of the Fourth
Geneva Convention.
The case is the first in which
families and their belongings
were deported internally, i.e..
within the occupied territories.
^ aacub Shumali. 60. his wife and
I heir two daughters, one a
teacher and the other a student
at Mir Zeit University, are living
in a clay hut in the Kin A-Sultan
camp which housed 50.000
refugees before the Six-Day War.
Their son. Tariq. 17. is accused
of throwing a stone at the car of
Ihe Itethlehcm Military (lover
nor The 12 members of the
Kaaba family were sent to the
sain, sue after a family member.
Ahmed Mohammed. 27,
allegedly threw a gasoline bomb.
Same Old Thing
AJComm. Says Passion
Play Still Viewed
As Hostile to Jews
NEW YORK IJTA]
The 1980 Oberammer-
gau Passion Play began in
that Bavarian, Wesl
(ierman village May 18 as
th- American .Jewish Com-
mittee warned potential
visitors that the play still
can be viewed as hostile to
Jews A half million people
are expected to see the
play this summer which
villagers have performed at
the beginning of every
decade since 1H80.
In a "JO- page booklet the
AJCommittee has prepared for
potential visitors to Oberammer-
gau. they were warned that
despite a serious effort to
cleanse the play of anti Jewish
polemic and prejudice." the
pageant remains rooted in a
tradition of hostility and con
tempt toward Jews and Judaism
which prevailed for centuries and
shaped the attitudes of
generations id Christians
THE BOOKLET, entitled
it >i About the Oberammergou. and
prep.ired by Judith Herscopl
Banki, the AJCommittee a assis-
tant national director of inter
religious affairs was published
under a grant from the Nathan
Vppleman Institute for the Ad
vancement of Christian Jewish
I nderstanding.
The (>berammergau Passion
Play is a work of fiction, incor-
porating some episodes from the
Gospels, ignoring others and
freely inventing scenes and
characters with no basis in
Christian Scripture. Mrs Banki
said. She said the play was
written with a deliberate effort
"to make the Jewish people and
their leaders appear as villainous
and evil as possible."
At the time the play was
written. Jews were charged with
collective guilt for the death of
Jesus and regarded as rejected by
God for refusing to accept Jesus.
Mrs Banki pointed out.
SHE SAID this anti-Jewish
theology has been "repudiated by
major Christian churches and
replaced by .policies of respect
and understanding ." But she
said this has not been reflected in
the 1980 Oberammergau script
The text has only been cut.
not rethought. Mrs Banki said.
The traditional anti Jewish
polemic which shaped the earlier
text has not been questioned, nor
have the insights of modern bib-
lical and extrahiblical scholarship
been incorporated into the
dynamics of the play."
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Defense Ministry
Continued from Page 1-A
Weizman accused Begin of
marking time" in the peace
negotiations with Egypt "instead
of taking measured but deter-
mined steps toward a com-
prehensive and stable peace." He
also acknowledged the growing
rift between himself and Begin
He charged that Begin was
destroying "the rare opportunity
to inject a new spirit into the
nation, and now you've missed
the opportunity."
Weizman said that "The
nation has never been as de-
pressed as it has been during the
last year."
KKACTING angrily. Begin a
office rejected Weizman's letter
as partisan The Prime Minister
wishes to assert there is no limit
to the gravity of his accusation."
Begin s office declared
Begin himself laid the blame on
Egypt for delaying the Pales
linian autonomy talks, charging
that repeated escalations of
demands on Israel for more and
more concessions were contra-
dicting the basic Camp David
accords He said that Wei/man's
charges were all "unfounded
Shamir, who is known as a
hardliner, had just linished
telling a group of visiting U.S.
congressmen that Weizman's
resignation would not affect the
negotiations with Kgypt when
the announcement of his appoint-
ment was made
SHAMIR acknowledged that
the doveish Weizman has "good,
friendly personal relations" par-
ticularly with President Sadat
Kgypt greeted the news of the
change in command with equa-
nimity In Cairo. Kgypt's newly-
appointed Foreign Minister (Jen
Kamal Hassan Aly. said it is the
"duty" of Israel and Kgypt to
resume the talks. But Aly blamed
Israel for the lack of autonomy
progress.
Meanwhile. Israel Ambassador
to Kgypt Kliahu Ben-Klissar left
Cairo for Jerusalem, denying that
his return home was anything
other than for "routine embass)
business that has nothing to do
with the autonomy talks
SINCE opening Israel s Km-
bassy in Cairo. Ben-Klissar has
been experiencing a diplomatic
freeze in that city's international
Community, where he is being
snubbed .it social tunct ions or not
invited at all
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Friday. May 30. 1980
After May 26, What Now?
peace_But No Normalization as Yet
Continued from Page 1A
THE DIRECTION of Sadat I
policy is best understood by
dealing first with the much more
easily defined positions and self-
interests of the masses and the
intelligentsia The Egyptian
masses have one very clear
conviction: they do not want to
fight again One hundred
thousand casualties in the
various wars with Israel are
enough
This conclusion is shared by
almost everyone in Egypt, in-
cluding even those who are for
the PI.O The widening of the
Sue/ ( anal is now going for-
ward, and the cities on its banks
are l>eing rebuilt A nation plan-
ning war would not thus block
it- attack route
This does not mean that war is
forever impossible Some new-
Pharaoh mav arise that knew
not (amp David He may have
missiles that will overfly the
Canal and the whole of the Sinai
mm deep in Kgypt Neverthe-
i M, in the -hort run. for the
next decade, which is an eternity
in the Middle Kast. there is no
possibility of an Israeli-Kgypt urn
war
THIS PEACE between Israel
and Egypt does not. hosever,
bring with it normalization now
or in the near future The intel-
lectual and professional classes.
those who form and express
opuuons< are in their over
w helming majority opposed to
normalization and. from the
perspective of their own self-
interest, for very good reason.
Professional wages are low in
Egypt and the way an academic
makes ends meet is by lecturing
in Kuwait or elsewhere in the oil
sheikhdoms for very large fees.
Technicians of all kinds need
their consultancies in the Arab
world and their frequent tem-
porary employment in order to
maintain their lifestyles back
home.
A diplomat unfurls the flan at the newly-established Israeli
Embassy in Cairo. Will the embassy become lest isolated cj-
the days no by '
The largest single source of
foreign currency for Egypt as a
whole are the remittances ,,t
some two thousand million
dollars a year, which come back
to their families from the quarter
of a million Egyptians employed
in the Arab world
This diaspora" is as large, or
larger, than the Palestinian
group of technicians with which
it competes for place all over the
Middle East An interruption of
Lhasa relations, even a temporary
tremor within them, would be
disastrous not only to those
individuals whose lifestyles
depend on than relationships,
but to the Egyptian State.
A FEW academic encounters
between Israel and Egypt have
taken place, under the table
Hut any Egyptian academic who
is publicly a part of such en-
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bridges t<> the rest of the Arab
world In mid April, a chair of
Israel-Egyptian studies was
dedicated al Tel *vh University
,md an international colloquium
was convoked there in honor of
the occasion
There was no trouble, of
course, in constructing a dis-
languished delegation of Jewish
scholars, from Israel. Britain and
the United States of fifteen
Egyptians invited, two came.
One was the cultural attache of
the Egyptian Embassj In Israel
and the other was a ills
tinguished gentleman of eighty,
with s great academic past,
whos,- pnmarv residence >s m
Paris
On mv recent visit to Egypt, 1
was invited to [five two lectures
One group consisted ol middle
range diplomats, and the other
was academic and research
oriented In both rooms I was
Lreated with < ourtes) bul no one
madi ,m> secret of tl* fact thai
normalization between Israel and
Egypt was not in the ham!
the two Governments involved
It depended on the Palestinians.
who were | aat lor the role ol COT
porate rabbi whose stamp of
approval was required before full
and open relations between
Vrabs and Israelis could be
regarded as kosher
IN THE relationship between
the Egyptian intelligentsia and
the rest of tlie Arab world, there
is also an intangible, but even
more fundamental, component of
pride and self-image. Cairo
regards it sell as the intellectual
and acadmic center of the Arab
world In order to maintain at
least some claim to that leader-
ship, the Cairene intellectuals
must and do display some over
opposition to Sadat They do opt
lor the dominant orthodoxy in
ant i Sadat circles all over the
\ral> world, that the (amp
David accord be junked and that
pressure towards the creation of
an independent Palestinian State
be the immediate central en
deavor for the entire Arab world
The Cairene intelligent sia
stvms to be waiting with tonu
impatience for one of two things
to happen either for Sadat to
UCOSad in the negotiations and
thus unexpectedly bring this
Uaeiiod result, or that he will
totally fail with the Israelis and
thus free them, and him. to
pursue a new and harder polic)
There are. of course, circles m
Cairo which are waiting
Imping that Sadat will tall and
u is possible to meet .1 tew such
figures even at respectable dip
lomatic parties My uwn
prsasion is that not bladi
grass falls among the bura
crats and intellectual- in I airo
not even those seemingh dis
affected, unless jta verj falling
has tome plan- m the mind
Sadal
PERHAPS the leewaj thai
Sadal is now giving to hi-
various critics uio opponent
more t han a safet j valvi I h*
content He ma\
. hestr.u ing this \erv ;.".' l|
nesa as part of the pressun
mount ing on I srae 1
aspeciall) on the \rm
\\ hat lends credence u
reflections is the line pn
being followed almost v'erl
bj hi> diplomatic emissi
Washington. Cairo and l*el \viv
In recent weeks one hears evi
where the same plaa Iron |
ranking I gt ptiana it lai h
not concede more, then Sa
will I*' further weakened; h<
In- m imminent danger ol falling,
thus removing from thi
nan scene and the Middli East
the one fores tor pSSCS
Wluit would follow wou
inimical to Israel, for the Egyp
nan intelligentsia and the
technocrats air so largclv op
posed to Camp Dav id
The trouble with this
argument is. of course, that if it
is true; that the Egyptian-Isi
peace depends on Sadat's sur
rival, then the Israeli hardliners
drv absolutely right in treating
The family of the late Sam Reinhard
wishes to thank their many friends and
members of the community who have ex
pressed their condolences and sympathy
on the passing of our beloved husband
and father.
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g tenistrkrkjitr
Page 9-A
.....s <* it h c\treme
mis \K(.l MENT, fottu
- not tru I ace thai
I g> pi .in.i
il depend on
. i\ al. fi>r i he basic
l i ween I g\pt and
rid the fighting haa
w hat is not aacur*
m a \ en hnpin
i lizal i- in hich Sad.it
innoi deliver, and Inch
Government in its
posture cannot possibl)
I i.i\ ul. tniih Sadat
li> gin knew that normal
I ween them had at
mething la do with the
in ujuestion < >hv ioual)
. M in t he inter
- ol that accord huh
appeared allowed that
' verj different thing* to
Wan they fooling
' I think not. hut it is
i- thai they miaconceivad
ther quite fundamentally
tar more open than
', u is then-fore easier to
l- relative!) cert w hal he
think-. What follows i- how
< airo toda> reads his ihinl
i in 0\ \ tew He set
tn h.iv egoi Camp I Uv id .i~ .1
great hearted in 1 he
Sinai, including th< nts,
the oil fields and th road to
Shartn el Sheikh were hard to
giv < up, hut ideologu all) '
linsk) and his diacipli
m tn then ri "t the Land
nt Israel
WHAT COULD be more
nohle and gallant than to
give up the Sinai in one grand
gesture, thus accommodating
Sadal needs, on the assumption
that Sadat would lie equall) the
great gentleman and allow Begin
to retain territorial aovereignt)
over the Waal Hank' t'ould
Sadat tail to recognize, in return.
that the undivided land ol
Israel i> indispensable !><>th to
the ideological purit) and the
domestic political needs ol his
ne friend, Begin?
The trouble with thus bargain
is that it does not matter whether
Sadat thought, even briefly, that
rach a deal was poanbla it is
dear that it is not within his
power to end the Palestinian
question for Israel in terms
eptabk to the Likud, in return
tor us generosity on the Siam
The most that he could ever offer
w is precisely what the world
H he was offering al (amp
David concerted action among
Israel Egypt and the United
states 10 1 rente in a demilitarized
Weal Bank a Palestinian entity
( In association with .Ionian The
Israelis ,,i that marathon negO
nation ma> have believed that
this was rhetoric, a smokescreen
behind whu hid his in-
tention to conclude .1 sepai
- idal Mentis gave them
I ion to believe this by em
sizing, then and since, the
: nature ol the bilateral
never to go to war again
il then- is a different 1
ir someone who rules from
- a 'id nor
i/ation H
he Sinai, as he did. hut no
SADAT'S situation can. of
cou 1II) changed from
without rhe solution that he
pes tor is that the \mericana
will put enormous pressure on
Urael I here is a tair likelihood
II he is right and that sui I
at least after the presi
ial elect ion in N01 ember It
ilso possible that the oil-rich
Vrah "states which have broken
political relations with Egypt but
not cut economic ties, might
start making difficulties Sadat
would then be m real danger of
falling
The second scenario is for the
moment unlikely, especially in
view ol Sadat's new role as
Vmericfl 1 Chosen instrument m
the region lit was from an Egyp-
tian airfield that the ("Mils flew
in the abortive rescue attempt in
Irani, hut it would simply make
the oil kingdoms more
vulnerable
Time is therefore on Sadat's
side The Americans are com-
mitted to supporting him. and
Egypt has already vary nearly
overtaken Israel as the prime
recipient ol aid of all kinds Many
Sadat enemies in the Arab
world find the prospect of his
successors much more frighten-
inp and internally, for the
moment, there ia something of an
economic upswing in Egypt.
Sadat can live fairly comfortably
lor the next three years while the
rest of the Sinai is returned to
him with the present state ot
peace without normalization
Indeed, he is likelier to grow
stronger thijn weaker
HAVING MARRIED Sadat
t i amp I a\ id, produced a
handsome dowry of the Sinai.
and looked forward to an even
warmer relationship Israel is
now disappointed to tmd itself
mated with a correct partner.
who is gracefully but persistently
ling further payment to
his rel.u i\ es
How should Israel be
responding to this state of peai 1
without normalization? The un-
published contacts are in
n asing, though not verj
dly, and it is therefore
-idle to imagine that, bit b)
bit. tIn- wall will be breached < me
: K>nse I- t tn refore 10 do w hat
Hrael is lining and to presume
il its embass) in Cairo will be
isolated as the da) S go t>v
that there will eventually be
as much traffic from Egypt to
Israel as there is from Israel to
I gypl It is more probable that
increasing angers on the West
Hank will check this process and
that normalization will, indeed
depend as the Egyptians keep
saying on the developments
w 11 h regard to the quest mil ot the
il iniana
\t (amp David, Sadat made
Israel the only offer on which he
could then have delivered to
undertake to lead much and
eventually most of the Arab
world to reconciliation with
Israel, if Israel would join with
him. the United States and
lordan. to create some form of
Arab sovereignty in the West
Hank and (iaza, under the joint
auspices and effective military
control of the powers involved
THIS PRICE the present
Israeli Government has been un-
willing and even unable to pay.
Had such a solution happened,
quickly. Sadat dreamed that he
would have become, bv ac-
clamation. King of the Arabs
He would, great heartedlv. have
found a large role tor Israel
and even world Jewry m de-
veloping his realm
The Slav 26 deadline on the
autonomy talks will pass.
especiall) in the light ol the out-
rage at Hebron without
progress I Hiring his visit to
\\ ashington Sadal suggested a
device tor passing this trans
monal date without major con
frontation anew declaration ot
principles b) the Governments
involved No doubt some such
rhetoric will be devised, but the
basic problem will ot course,
rema
In the starkest terms Begin
and Sadat cannot possibl) give
other what each wants on
U esl Hank, and so the pi
lem is mevitablv getting worse
No successor to Sadat could
possibly be more giving The
question which remains open ia
whether, under the government
to follow alter Begin, Israel will
lie able to negotiate with Egypt
within the parameters of the
possible
Tint Groups Press Arab Cause in L'.S.
( ontinued from Page 4-A
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In the early days of Quaker
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Muskie Fears Europe's Trend
Egypt, Israel Must Face Central Issues
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Secretary of
State Edmund Muskie said
here that Egypt and Israel
"have no choice but to
deal" with the six "hard
central issues that stand in
the way of a genuine
agreement on autonomy"
for the West Bank and
Gaza and that "obviously
they are not going to be
settled by May 26." the
target date set by the
Camp David accords.
The former Senator from
Maine also said at his first press
conference at the State Depart-
ment since assuming its helm
that the Western European
countries should not "dilute" the
Camp David peace process
because there is "no better pros-
pect" for a peace agreement
THE WESTERN European
countries, notably Great Kritain.
France and West Germany, have
indicated that they would seek
to set aside the Camp David
formulas and take the lead at the
United Nations by amending
Security Council Resolution 242
which underpins the Camp
David accords, if May 26 passes
with no agreement on autonomy.
"It would be a disservice to
the stability in that area, to the
prospect of the further rallying
of support for the results of this
process if we were to back off or
if initiatives are taken by other
countries which would undercut
this process." Muskie said.
Resolving these issues, he said,
"is going to require time, per-
sistence, encouragement and
prodding."
The Secretary of State added.
"I understand, of course, that
those who have not been in-
volved in the Camp David
process, including our European
friends and the moderate and
more radical Arab countries, are
dissatisfied with the process.
But nothing that has been pro-
posed, as far as I can see. holds
out a better prospect for coming
in grips with the six funda-
mental qucatiodfl on the issue of
autonomy anymore effectively
than these talks
MUSKIE SAID land.
"settlements" and "aacurity"
are among the six tough
issues" but did not list the
others. However, a senior State
Department official said later
that they included Jerusalem.
Israel's borders, land and water
rights and the scope of authority
for the people of the area.
Muskie said that "a lot of
other issues involving proposed
authorities of the self-governing
authority'' have been "cleared
awav" in the negotiations thus
far '
"It is clear most government
functions affecting people would
be under the self-governing
authority'' and that "basically
agreement is within reach" on
them.
MUSKIE SPOKE in response
to questions as to whether he
had formula'ed plans to break
the stalemate in the Egyptian
Israeli I S negotiations which
President Anwar Sadat broke off
two weeks ago. when Sadat
would rejoin the talks and if he
would dissuade" the European
allies from recognizing the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Muakie did not refer to the
PLO in nil replies but dwelt
enlirelv on the autonomy
negotiations
New Political Force
Immigrant Dissatisfactions on Rise
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTAI Jewish
immigrants from the Soviet
Union, dissatified with the lack of
progress in improving absorption
procedures. solving their
problems of housing and social
and economic integration and
deeply concerned over the rising
rate of "dropouts" are beginning
to emerge as a political force in
Israel, ardently courted by the
various political partiee.
Tbea- discontent was voiced at
a conference of Soviet Jews in
Israel held last week at Ben
Gurion University of the Negev
in Beersheba under the chair
I manahip of Yosef Tekoah.
president of the university and
Israel's former Ambassador to
the United Nations. Aliya and
absorption were the main topics
on the agenda.
BUT SIGNIFICANTLY, the
top officials whose responsibility
lies in those areas Minister of
Absorption David Levy and Leon
Dulzin. chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist did
not attend Shimon Peres, leader
of the opposition I.alxir Party
was presented, however, and sat
on the dais.
Victor Polsky. a leader of the
emigres, observed that Soviet
Jews in Israel now form a power
bloc. and. if united, could win at
least six seats in the Knesset
Until now. they have used their
political clout. But they will if
there is no action taken to im-
prove the absorption process or
to reduce the high rate of
dropouts, he said.
The 700 immigrants attending
the Beersheba gathering, which
was labeled an emergency con-
ference, represented a variety of
emigre organizations, all with the
same flflJBMB mind but with
differiifl Hons on how to
achieve tnT
TENSION WAS evident from
the start of the conference
Leaflets were distributed
claiming that the list of official
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paochaa and a scuffle almost
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hecklers would be removed from
the hall by force
Speakers bitterly attacked the
policies of the Absorption
Ministry and what they claimed
was the negative attitude of the
Israeli public at large toward
aliya in general and Russian olim
in particular Attacks were also
aimed at the official Russian-
Jewish immigrant establishment,
the Association of Russian Jews
in Israel, for failing to remedy
deficiencies in aliya and ab-
sorption.
Strong resolutions were
adopted noting that immigration
was endangered by the many
difficulties in Israel and the
alarming dropout rate.
THE CONFERENCE called
on the government to create
employment and housing con-
ditions that would encourage
immigrants from the Soviet
Union and facilitate their suc-
cessful absorption. It urged
planned absorption that included
the prior creation of employment
opportunities. especially for
academic olim and professionals.
The Health Ministry was
criticized for creating artificial
obataciaa to the absorption of
ohm with medical training The
establishment of a health re>rt
on the Dead Sea v.as proponed as
a source of jobs for immigrants in
the medical profession < It her
propoaall included the building
of a Russian immigrants town in
the (ialilee and improved
reception facilities at Ben Gurion
Airport
With respect to the dropout
issue, the conference urged the
government and the Jewish
Agency to see to it that all Jews
leaving the USSR axe flown
directly to Israel where they can
later decide whether to remain or
go elsewhere The conference
issued a special appeal to
American Jews to launch a public
campaign against the blan-
dishments allegedly given Jews
from the Soviet Union by
American Jewish organizations
and others to cons* to the U.S.
Berlin 1890,' Moscow 1980' is the title of the Student
Struggle for Soiiet Jewry's new poster on the upcoming
'Olympics of Oppression' in the USSR. Many Jen ish actn ists
arc expected to be arrested for the duration of the (iamc- to
bar them from Western contact'- in MosCOU
Americans Growing More
Sympathetic Toward Egypt
NEW YORK The American
publk has reacted to recent
events in the Middle East b)
recognizing differences between
I g) |>t i.in and other \ral)
nation-- and by overlooking
differences between the PLO and
other Palestinians
rheac wan among the major
finding*- of a national telephone
BUTVej conducted last IH-cember
for the American Jewish Com
mil tea l>> Yankatovich, SkaUy
and VN hite. the public opinion
pollsters, and released by the
Committee here
According to the poll, voters
continued to sympathize to a
greater extent with Israel than
with any of the other Arab
countries, but saw Egypt in a
different and more sympathetic
light than they did the others 16
per cent for Egypt, six per cent
for other Arab countries
IN A SIMILAR poll con-
ducted in April. 1979. 11 per cent
supported the other Arabs, in-
dicating a five per cent drop in
support by December of theaaiM
year However, almost one third
of those queried expressed un
lertamtv about support for
Israel Egypt or other Arab
countries in the event of a
i onflict
\--kixl about Palestinians and
the PLO in relation to Israel, 16
per cant gave the Palestinians
their support 149 per cent to
Israeli ami 11 percent approved
the Pl. 1 186 par cent to Israeli
indicating that distinctions
between the Pl.n and other
Palestinians still existed in the
public mind, but somewhat baa
-harpk
\|iparentlv not much changi
look place m public attitudes
towards negotiations' with th<
PLO taker] in January, 19
whether Israel was right or
wrong in refusing to negotiate
with the PLO. 29 pat cent
throught Israel right. whik* 36
per cant disapproved The same
quaation asked in the current
survey brought similar results.
30 par cent approving Israel and
41 per cent disapproving About
one third of the respondents both
in 1975 and 1979 had no opinion
or were not sure how to answer
the question
Do AMERICANS favor
I nited States negotiating with
the PLO even if Israel objected''
Here Americans were spbt
almost into thirds Eorty-two
percent said no. .\4 percent said
yea. and U4 percent were un-
certain -
Respondents -4ere asked how
l hey felt alwiut power groups in
the United States Their
responses, conaiatenl in nirvayi
lor the past five \ears. named oil
companies lurge corporations.
I.il.ni unions and \ral> interests
as groups with too much power
Zionist groups and 1 mat if an
Jews appeared at the bottom of
the list
^ ankelov ich. Shell) and V\ hue
has been surveying Vmerican
attitudes toward .lews and Israel
lor tlve American Jewish Com
miltee since I I
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May JO. 19W0
Levy Named New
President of Federation
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Committee on
Cootinurd from Pa*e 1-A
nbined Jewiak AP_PJs",;i,r*e!
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lth and Institutional C are in
Pj [jyj *.in the 1970 recipient
' the Stanley C. Myers
dent- leadership Award
IHe v,ce president of
Lmple Emanu-EI and Miami
lish Home and Hospital for
Ad He currently serves as
^rman of the Board of the
kuth Florida Chapter of
jencan Kncnds of Hebrew
ii\ersit v and a* member of
Poarii : Directors of the
iiucolaou Cancer Research
Btitute
LEVY'S INVOLVEMENT in
local and national Jewish
communal organizations nas
included serving as a trustee of
Mount Sinai Medical Center and
the l.'nited Israel Appeal and he
has served on the National
Executive Committee of the
United Jewish Appeal In 1975,
he received the Hebrew
University s Scopus Award
All members of the (ireater
Miami Jewish Federation, in
dividuals who have contributed
$25 or more to the Federation's
19N) Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund are
invited to attend the annual
meeting and dinner
Normalization
ael Finds Egypt Accords
(ring No Real Clue to Peace
|B>Kl.lss\ \1 .LERHAND
I normalization is
Israelis seise upon
rn demons! ration ol
IK as an indication
i pi lans intentions
and that the
htoru n not relinquished
while even those
11 fav <>r t he peace
great hum to
augmenting
n ith tr- Arab
Vrab experts ol
itj Shiloah
He I astern and
lies who have |usl
ghi da) tnp
Haun Shakad
and Mr
i; h tenaor
iala
tali .mil
ind |our
no views and
.'.ni
I ilion- !
"ii th.- popular
jgMTI I Hi centraliaad
"i i he govern
| wide ipectruin >t
i^n which does not coincide
the declared government
xn although Sadal has
t been able to use the
warda in- own ends,
Shakad. dean ol the
I Humanities at Tel
Itniversitj and head of the
1 enta? for Middle
and \tncan Studies
lawns Crol Kabmovich.
lei \viv University'
lUneni ol Middle Eastern
flncan History, some of the
Han elite who support the
peace leel that Sadat has
omised too much and that
Ration is not a good idea.
"sonal. professional level.
concerned about
l{ing their contacts with
ID world
' afraid that El Al
landing m Egypt will
Pn Arab airlines refusing to
f'h KK>pt. cutting them off
Arab world. Egyptian
playwrights and' film
naturally want their
"" JMch the entire Arab
1 Kvptian universitv
"'en spend several
ynaii in Libya and
viulf universities,
stand to lose by
futons of overt'
and
the
nor-
['HE other end of the
are leftists, radical
and Nasser lies who
'ne entire peace process
I'he three lei \\in. i niversit)
experts visited the offia ol the
I I' magazine published
b) trw- Muslim Hrothers. one ol
the moal outspoken Muslim
liroupa opposing tha pi ici
procesa to trj and gain insight
into their approach
Joined b) a fourth lei \\ iv
I mv trail \ pn ill n xpert in
\rah literal .mil well km>t i
and highl. led in Krai
literary in les I'rol Sassoi
Soniekh th l>i \\i\ I ruversilv
aim tu the editorial office
Itenng to discuss the M
I a-: sit ualion I hi replv b\
Mustafa Mashur. V\i an
iinst peaci in its present
lormal hil< there is -till op
--ion 11 i- all c leai It i- all
writ
I n 11 v
genius i ancei hich will kill
all till
Ml I I III
ngi's ol
i ipLlins Pi '
. t, I tu \ an an op
; | ion w hii h all iiiii-v blends
into the lota I i;v plian oi
. hestration sen ing Sadal -
ends and rejiresentingan Islamic
l lend which i- in fashion now
throughout the Vrab world, and
i- ni massivi -> opi in Egypl as
well lo whal eslenl the) can be
indefinite!) controlled remain- in
question
F.Ih- Kakheaa, director >! the
Shiloah Center, point- out the
distinction some Egyptians make
between normalization on a
government level and nor
mali/.ation on a personal level, in
which thev indicate that all the
lommilmcnls of the Camp David
agreements could be fulfilled on a
ixiliiical plane. without the
Egyptian individual having to
participate ol his own accord on a
personal, commercial, or cultural
level
This was signal picked up by
Egyptians from official an-
nouncements following a crisis in
autonomy talks while the Tel
Aviv University experts were in
Egypt Thqs. the views of several
Egyptian! who speak to the Tel
Aviv group favorably in the
lieginning ol the week underwent
a substantial change by the end
ol that week
IE SADAT were to leave the
?riivernment or radically change
his position.' cautions I'rol
Shakad. "1 can e/all imagine the
important Egyptian sectors and
with them the entire Egyptian
people tailing into line with the
new stand with no street
rugs
Break OPEC Stranglehold'
Kirklond Urges We Stop Paying Ransom
WASHINGTON Lane
Kirkland. president of the A El.
CIO. said here that the govern
ment should import all oil
coming into the U S and ration
gasoline to break the OPEC
stranglehold and stop paving
ransom to the Arab oil states
Asserting that current
economic policies to reduce in-
flation are deficient. Kirkland
told 300 delegates to the national
convention of the American
Jewish Congress in the Hvatt
Regency Hotel that he favored a
tundamental redirection of
current national policies'' on oil
and high interest rates.
Kirkland declared. It is time
to recognize the inflation problem
for what it is: uncontrolled and
outrageous increases in prices for
two of the most fundamental and
important costs in our society
the cost of energy and the cost of
money.
THE FREEDOM of the
United States to follow the
dictates of its conscience in in
ternational politics a freedom
that requires breaking the OPEC
stranglehold is the greatest of
freedom-
Weaning the I s economy
off it- diet of imported oil is
essential to stop the outflow of
is dollar- oversea a It is also
essential it we are to restore
sanity to domestic pricing
mechanisms Permitting I S ml
producers to charge the same
price as (>PKC for domestic oil
a price t hat ha- no relat Kinship to
the cost ol production forfeits
what i- rightlv national division-
making to foreign powers
I v en more important.
however i- the threat posed to
the role of the United States as
the leader ot the tree world by t he
Spectacle Ol the I S paving
ransom in both dollar- and in
our relation- with other nations
to the Vrab oil states
\s \ FIRST Step toward
icing the dependence on
imported oil. the government ol
the United state- should act as
the import all oil I, franklj .'
have little confidence in the
ability ol the large oil companies
to negoti.it. a fail price from
i >l'l i especially sinci
greater the increase in the M'l i
price, ihi- more thev can charge
tor domestic oil
Further, given the political
importance the seller- attach to
their product. 1 do not believe it
i- wise to entrust profit making
corporations with making
decisions which are essential to
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Finally. only when the
government imports all oil can
the government begin to turn off
the Arab oil spigot by
reducing the level of imports
"An oil import fee even
camouflaged as a conservation
measure can never be as ef-
fective as stopping the imports
liefore they reach our shore The
import fee is also unfair it is
rationing -by-price. Those who
can afford to pay the higher price
for gasoline will do so; those who
cannot will suffer
THE AMERICAN people
recognize the inherent economic
and political danger in importint
Arab oil And. therefore. I believe
the American people would
support a fair. mandatory
gasoline rationing program, if
necessary, to break the OPEC
stranglehold
The government also has a
responsibility to make certain
that the price that is charged for
energy is reasonable and fair
Given the virtual monopoly
characteristics of the oil industry,
it should be treated as a public
utility and its rates regulated
in much the same manner as
electric and natural gas utilities
through a process that
protects the public interest
The central argument for the
so-called decontrol of the oil
companies that a free market
economy will solve all of the price
and allocation problems does
not square with the historical fact
that oil seems to bring out all the
worst impulses of entrepreneurs
and the capitalist system
ASSERTING THAT high
interest rates and tight money
contribute to inflation they do
not reduce inflation.'' Kirkland
told the American Jewish
Congress delegates:
High interest rates can only
fight inflalKin if one accepts the
premise that there is some good
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person who believes unem-
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Olympic Committee Still Sharpy
Divided Over Moscow Games
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
The Israel Olympic Com-
mittee, which must decide
in seven days whether or
not to boycott the Olympic
Games in Moscow this
summer, remains sharply
divided over the issue. It is
under heavy pressure from
the government and
several Israeli sports or-
ganizations to join the U.S.
in the boycott, as West
Germany has done. But
other sports organizations
are uncertain and the com-
mittee has received blan-
dishments from Soviet rep-
resentatives to go to
Moscow.
The decision is expected to
hinge on whether the U.S. will
guarantee that Israel is invited to
future international sports events
if it boycotts the Moscow Games
and if the U.S. itself would boy-
cott any future event to which
Israel is not invited.
YITZHAK OFEK. chairman
of the Israel Olympic Committee,
put those questions to the First
Secretary of the U.S. Embassy.
Eliot Handel I. at a recent
meeting. He was promised a
reply by today when Israeli
Olympic officials are to meet with
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin. If there is no reply by
then. Begin will be asked to
intervene personally for the re-
quested guarantees.
Ofek himself is opposed to an
Israeli' boycott of the Moscow
Games. He said he feared that
would place Israel in an awkward
position, resulting in its ex-
clusion from future international
sports contests and future Olym-
pic Games. He acknowledged,
however, that despite his strong
reservations, he expected a
decision in favor of a boycott.
Representatives of the Mac-
cabi and Betar sports organiza-
tions are pressuring the com-
mittee to yield to the govern-
ment's boycott pressure. The
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Ha pot I delegates agree that
under present circumstances a
boycott should be considered
But they share Ofek's fears for
the future and apparently will be
swayed by the way the
Americans answer his requests
for guarantees.
MEANWHILE, a three mem
ber Soviet delegation attending
the annual meeting of the Israel-
Russian Friendship League at
the Red Army Forest which com-
memorates the end of World War
II. is lobbying for Israel to par-
ticipate in the Games Vladimir
Karpov. a writer who is a Hero of
the Soviet Union, the highest
honor bestowed by the Soviet
government, said that if Israel
decides to go to Moscow there
will be no difficulties or hardships
for its athletes
The Israeli flags are ready and
the brass band has learned to
play Hatihta. Karpov told
reporters here He claimed that
51 nations have already an-
nounced that they would par-
ticipate and that American
athJetes will also compete, under
the flag of the International
Olympics Committee.
All preparations are ready for
the Games, and we can only pity
those who will not take part on
political grounds." he said. The
Soviet delegation includes one
Jew. Ian Frankel. a composer of
pop music, and Yuri Michayev, a
commentator of the Novosti news
agency Whatever decision of the
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At Convention
Opposition to Women in Pulpit Rises
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA)
More than 100 Con-
servative rabbis who at-
tended the 80th annual
convention of the Rab-
binical Assembly at Kia-
mesha Lake decided to
form a Halachic Fellowship
of the Rabbinical
Assembly, it was reported
by Rabbi David Feldman
of Brooklyn. He told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that one of the goals of the
Fellowship is continued
opposition to the ordina-
tion of women as rabbis.
Feldman --aid the Fellowship
was organized hours after the
delegates approved by a vote of
155-116 a resolution endorsing
such ordination, the first HA
convention to take such action
THE DELEGATES. after
hours of heated debate, also
called on the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America faculty
senate, which voted last Dec. 20
to approve an indefinite sus-
pension of action on the or-
dination proposal, to reactivate
the proposal and take action on
it
The debate and actions at the
convention indicated that the
much-discussed and much-dis-
puted issue of ordination of
women would continue to be an
unresolved problem in Con-
servative Judaism
Feldman said almost half of
those participating in the vote
for approval of women to be rab-
binical candidates acted to form
the Fellowship out of the con-
viction that ordination of women
and other crucial issues must be
deliberated through traditional
Halachic process
THE BODY in Conservative
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Siegel told the JTA. after the
vote that this vote will cer-
tainly influence the members of
the faculty senate to reverse the
decision last year and approve
the admission of women to the
program of ordination at the
JTS
Rabbi Donald Price, a Fellow-
ship regional chairman, told the
JTA that members of the
Fellowship proposed that "a
nine -member panel be Commis-
sioned by the incoming president
to stud) and evaluate the rulea
.iml procedures of the Committee
on Jewish Law and Standards."
The new president is Rabbi Sej
mnur Cohen of Chicago, who had
served as vice preeident of the
K.\ He succeeded Rabbi Saul
TepliU of Woodmere, M.Y.
UNDER RA convention rules,
a minimum of signatures of 10
members is required to bring to
the floor by the opening day of a
convention any resolution not
provisionally approved
pre* ioiisU by the resolutions
committee and sent to RA
meml>ers before each RA con-
vention for their study and con-
sideration at the next con-
vention F.ach convention has
several sessions on resolutions.
When the delegates came to
the resolutions session the last
day of the K)th convention, they
Price said a Fellowship
-teennfi committee and
national and regional
chairmen uere chosen at the
initial meeting of the
felhncship and that "man\
more" RA memhers u ,n-
i /'i i d to join the
h'clloti ship
were handed b sheet of paper
which included both the texts nf
a formal resolution reporting
favorabh) on the work <>f the
Committee on Law and Stan-
dards end the propoeaJ from the
opposition proposing the nine
member panel
Delegates then moved to
combine the resolutions b\
im hiding the call for a special
panel which would be instructed
to report back in writing to the
l< \ DO later than Jan 1. 1981
PRICE SAID a Fellowship
steering committee and national
and regional chairmen were
chosen at the initial meeting of
the Fellowship and that many
more' RA members were ex-
pected to join the Fellowship
Price also said that a number
of regional conferences are being
planned to discuss ordination of
women and other issues and that
the primary goal of the Fellow-
ship is to discuss how Malacha
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)perty is the Key to Racial Peace
Co,tinued frooi Page 4-A
Lvalrnt lerm* about *n eqU*'
lit*
ftnon s
cnption
llth nd if hites d,d not ***,l
it ,s that they did not wish
the race riot as a
(or black emotional
thai (he Miami riots are
, for thr moment, those who
traood the true meaning of
I r)0ls even before they began
regard with a sense of
fty the escalation of the not
If blacks really want to
well from the sickness of
indifference, who knows
,t the limits of black violence
I be"
LRKAPY those who bur
killed and looted in Miami
Ibemg cailod guerrillas-' in
1 press i term of warfare
L nnction to what in fact
Irrwl. while still failing to
to terms with what oc-
and what must In- done
|l\ with the black community
> war is to come to an end.
I* word guerrilla.- at its
M gne- -.in< t ion to terrorism
wbstitule for curing the
for terrorism It is almost as
understanding the
process we can continue to
our heels to correct the
|ltion- \\ ing rise to it
| Uldour understanding
em. m) have finall) taught
fc'.hthe shspers ol the s\ Mls
r anon, though he is dead since
1962. is finally alive among us
For the white-propertied, this
should strike no note of fear if
they are at last prepared to share
the opportunity to acquire
property with the black com
munity A propertied black man
will be as disinclined to destroy
what he owns as anyone else
M\ own concern is that we
may have gone beyond this
obvious ameliorative as an ef-
[active antidote to rate riots and
social unrest generally Perhaps
it might have worked in the
19**1 |
PKKHAPS. if white men
moved to create genuine oppor-
tunity of isjim .iletn > in the
IMO'a, there would have l>een no
black riot in Miami in 19K0
Mut the 19M0 Miami not. it
seems to me. is breeding another
sort of harvest It is a harvest not
just of American proportions of
guerrilla activity, but of inter
national proport ions ot terror and
rev olution
Into Miami the other week
strolled the Kev Jesse .Jackson
and Andrew Young, among other
black landers, to still the fires ,>t
rag* Bui Jackson and Young are
part of a much larger movement
than the mere black American
movement tor equi% slence
Jackson and Young are !>oth
deep!) involved in international
revolutionary activities This was
made minentlv clear onl\ List
Student Demonstration Raps
Times' for4Yellow' Reporting
Bj YITZHAK RAM
tt YORK iJIAt -
ink: KoyCOtl Th New
Times and Stop Yellow
ism. more than 180
most I) Jewish students
in ral universities here
d.u in tront ot
/ mei building
nit Israel bias, of
reporters and
dem mstration, which
nutea, was organi/ed
inei Vkiva, the Kmunah
and the Religious
' Vmerica, according to
en of Mnei Akiva
DEMONSTRATION
[response to the recant .Yen
' oovaraga of the
Ol mx Jewish yeshiva
s It; Hebron May 2, a
which, according to a
by the demon
>rgani/.ers. "was filled
Wortiona, generalizations.
siti'.nalism."
"'"' York Tunes has
ll.v reported only one side
loonflict. They neglect to
antagonism by Arab
against the Jewish
f8 "i Israel. according to
I'ack, Yeshiva
HI) student who spoke at
Jn st ration.
M statement explaining
fvances against The
f organizers of the
'ration pointed out that
Jes devoted a full page of
'" Hi Hazeev who was
" fatalities in the May 2
attack, while ignoring
They deliberately
ictim that was an ex
rather than a
letive of the group.-- the
II said The group was
l peaceful students.
ebon were in Hebron
f'.'t weekend I'hev
printed an anti Israel
III MAM) THAI ",,
report the news
Pack said to the
tli- demonstrate
to
to
/ / i dyed yellow
dramatize their opposition
\ allow lournalism
\< i ording to (ireen,
has refused to prinl over one
hundred letter- to the editors
sent hi Jew ish st udent s
demanding /'. / 'correct
it s earlier errors / .' also
refused to print an obituary
about the Hebron victims in the
death n itices, I'ack charged
I u\ \ ah I iross head ot Bnei
Mtiva snd Dr Moshe KoppeJ ol
Princeton University, called tor
SCOnomk sanctions against
I'ht Times until it changes its
biased reporting" on Israel
Remember what we did to Pepsi
U'olal, We can do it to /Vie
/ rnn Gross exclaimed, in
apparent reference to the Jewish
boycott of the soft drink in
retaliation for Pepsi's economic
deals with the Soviet Union while
Jews are harassed in Russia.
AT THE END ol the rally, a
petition demanding objectivity''
in reporting was sent by the
leaders of the demonstrators to
the editorial offices of The Times
Despite several calls by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency to
The Times for a response to the
charges, no response was
available.
year by their intimate par
ticipation in the affairs of the
Palestinians, which goes far
beyond Israel to Jews them
selves. Israeli and of other
nationalities It includes the Irish
Republican Army. Italy s Red
Hrigade. the terrifying heirs to
Japan's Zengakuren
JESSE JACKSON is clear
about Jews He is tired, he says,
of hearing about the Holocaust
And Andrew Young's flirtation
with the IM.O and Yasir Arafat
have already been sufficiently
well documented to need no more
comment here
One is therefore forced to
shudder that it is men such as
these who visited the black com
munity the other weak to help
still the fire of rage Did they
speak to the black community as
black Americans or as inter
nat ional guerrillas?
\n Associated Press report ol
Ma) 11 quotes Yasir Arafat in
Beirut on the Cuban influx into
Miami There, in Heirut. Arafat
proclaimed unity with Fidel
(astro, \owing that his IM.O
guerrillas would pledge them-
selies to tight alongside Castro
Cubans against the United
Mates
"THE JOINT command of the
Lebanese-Palestinian forces is
tullv prepared U) fight in defense
ol Cubs and Us people. said
\r.itat What, he declared, the
I'l.o is fighting, is the struggle
against American imperialism
everywhere It is a struggle, he
said, which is mdii isible "
White America, white western
Europe still do not sc-c Arafat for
what he truly is the deceptive
Marxist (astro of the Middle
last
The) are quite prepared to
dismiss his challenge as simply
against Judaism and Zionism
and to hetrav both as they have
don,> throughout history
\\ hi should black America SBC
through the deception anymore
clear!) including Jackson and
Young? That there are some
blacks, such as Roger Wilkins,
who has declared. If Jesse
Jackson said he is tired <>t
hearing about the Holixaust.
then Jesse is an ass. does not
mitigate the fact that Jackson
and Young and the other black
leaders of their ilk are an ass
That the) are the vanguard of the
disaffected black community
lode)
WHAT WE are left with is
ignorance on both sides of the
conflict, white and black, and
that is what I find so horrifying.
In 19M). American race riots are
infinitely more complex than
they were in the 1%0's.
If the causes that enflame
them are not laid to rest soon, it
is not equivalence that dis-
affected blacks will be seeking,
but something else. Something
revolutionary that the Jacksons
and the Youngs are preaching
among them today
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Tr>e S'.r
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK UTAI For
the third consecutive year, the
resolutions committee of the
national convention of the
American Red Cross (ARl'l has
rejected a resolution urging the
International Committee of the
Red Cross to immediately admit
Israels Magen David Adorn
IMDAI to the League of Red
(Iross Social iss
Mark Powers. of the
Harnsburg. Fa chapter of the
Red Cross, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that he will
resubmit the resolution to the
56th national convention of the
American Red Cross in
\\ sshington next year
POWERS SAID the
resolutions committee refused to
approve the resolution for the
l9go convention which was held
in Los Angeles last week He said
it instead continued the ARC'S
policy of saying that it will
support Ml) A when it seeks
international recognition.
The Harnsburg resolution
noted that MDA has met every
criteria for admission to the
family of Red Cross Societies,
except for an approved emblem
For the past 32 years, repeated
ettorts have been made to have
the symbol of Magen David
\dom (Red Star of David) take
its rightful place alongside the
other internationally recognized
si mboLs of the Red Cross, the
Red Crescent of the Moslem
countries, and the Red Lion and
Sun of Iran "
THE RESOLl'TION added
that if this effort is unsuccessful,
the ARC committee should
recommend what additional
steps the American Red Cross
should take, even to the extent ot
taking steps to wit hold operating
funds from the International
Committee of the Red Cross and
the League of Red Cross Societies
ot deemed necessary, in order to
achieve recognition of Magen
David Adorn, and admission of
that soviet i to its rightful place
in the Ked Cross family
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Friday. May 30. 1980
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT f>
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caw No S-|I*FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
JEREMIAH KING
Petitioner Husband
and
ROSALIND KING
Reapondent Wife
TO ROSALIND KING
IM) Box 29
MontBella
St James. Jamaica
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition For Pis
solution Of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to said
petition on petitioner's attor
ney. GEORGE T RAMANI.
ESQ Suite Til. Biscay ne
Bldg IB West Flagler Street.
Miami Florida 33130 and file
the Original Answer or Plead-
ing in the Office of the Circuit
Court Clerk, on or before 30 day
of June. 19H0 If you fall to dot
so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded In said petition
PONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Pade County. Florida.
this 8th day of May. 1980
KICHARDP BRINKER
Or* uit Court Clerk
I>adeCounty. Florida
Hv A P Wade
lieputvClerk
iw.IT M.iv 16.23. 30.
_^___^_ JurjetiiWu.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-7317 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in kk The marriage ol
EDITH HOLLOW \v
Petitioner WtH
RALPH HOLLOW Y
Respondent Husband
To RALPH HOI.I.oxx XV
i s Nav)
11 Pental Company
FPO San Frandaco
California
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
oven filed against you and you
are required to serve a cop> Of
vour written defenses, if any.
"to it on ARTHVR H UPSON,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is ISIS Northwest 167
Street, _S"lte 216. Miami
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
19H0. 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
lour conaecutlve k in the
JEWISH FLOR1P1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2tl day of May.
1940
RICHARP I- HR1NKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B) Doborah 0 Hess
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
!** May M
lunefi 13 20 ltao
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 10 117J
IFC II)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rr 1
EN
I'etltlonei Hueband
\ iNKS BAH HEN
.
'. EN
v.

\ .. ITTORNEY
v : l. XW I x all
I iitionvr whoa* addreaa is
-.a 12th Avenue Miami
^ ,.ii. hi and f'*" ""'
, Ith llM I l'-rk of the
Uli on or I
BM itherwiee a
, ,lt will be entered against
you tor the relief demanded In
unplalnl or petition
This notice shall be pub
IHhefl once each week for four |
weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th-
seal of said court at Miami
Honda on this 21 day of Mav.
RICHARD P BRINKKR
As Clerk Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
Bj I BarbJe)
As Peputy Clerk
Circuit Court SeaP
X Koas.
Attorney at I.aw P A
. W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Tel 1306 I S2f>-Hk44
Attorney for Petitioner
Mario Qulntero Jr Eaq
omsk Mmv;
|une
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 99 7SS9 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ULYSSES ELY.
Petitioner Husband
and
BULAH MAE ELY.
Respondent Wife
TO BULAH MAE ELY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenaea. If any.
to It on HERBERT SE1DEL.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address 2212 Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami. FL 33137
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before July 7. 1980.
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 conaecutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FEORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on thla 23 day of May.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal
HERBERT SEIDEL
2312 Btecayne Boulevard
Miami Florida 1S7
Attome) I'T Petitioner
May 30
JUDCD.1X2U.JJSBU
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 7330 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
i ,i. \N\ ii.i.f NOTTAOE
Petitioner Husband
and
PRINCES I.(H 1SE
NOTTAOa
Respondent Wife
TO Princes lamiar
Nottafe
Wilkinson Street
Naasau. Bahamas
ViH ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Piasolution of Marriage haa
been filed against you and you
Arv required to serve a copy of
vour written defenaea. If any.
to It on ARTHUR H UPSON
attorney lor Petitioner whose
address is 1515 NW 167 Street
Miami Flonda. 33169 and file
the original with the clerk ot
the above styled court on or
before July 7 IIsmI. other*iv
a default" will be entereil
against you tor the rellet
demanded in the complaint
petition
This notice shall be pub
Inched once each week for lour
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FI.OR1PIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
I said court at Miami
\- ortda on tins Ml day of May
1980
RICHARP P BRINKER
\- lerfc Circuit Court
: i.,.i. c iKinty Flonda
Hy I leborah Cl Hess
x- 1 >. |>uty Clerk
.11 ( "mil 1 I
M.i\ !'
luni i 13 20 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 'J2S FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
x! F.X XNPKK SCHREIBEH

UEKTKI PE SCHRKIBER
lenl A'ifi
. iber
- i'.i. hmond
V I A
\.w Yorl
xl'.K HEREBi
FIED thai an I
i UajTUJuji nai
. inal you ind you
: lo ser\ e a copy of
arilten defenses, il any
(Ml ARTHUR H LIPSON
attome) for Petitioner whoae
addreai is isi5 NW 167 street
Miami Florida, and file the
uci WlUl the clerk of the
. led court on or before
Jul) 1880. otherwise a
-it will be entered against
or the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
TTiis notice shall be pub
lished once each week for four
.. areeka in THE
JEWISH FI.HRIPIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Flonda on this 20 day of May
9
1ARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk Or. uit Curt
Pade County. Florida
By Deborah G Heea
Aa Peputy tier*
Circuit court Seal i
May 30.
lum i80
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ClMN* 79-lelSl (09)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR
FORECLOSURE ON
REAL PROPERTY
WASHINGTON SAVINGS
A LOAN ASSOCIATION
OFFLORIPA. a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHUSHAN. an Individual.
REACH CLUB VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, a
Florida non profit
corporation, and
PIVEKS1FIED SERVICES.
INC d b a BUDGET
RENTACAR
OF MIAMI
Defendants
BEACH CLUB VILLAS
CONIH1MIN1UMS. a
Florida non profit corporation
Crossclaimant.
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHUSHAN.
Crossdefendant
TO Mr Charles 1-awrenre
Shushan
ISM Northeast 167 Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33160.
if alive and if dead, his un
known spouse s heirs, rte
visees. grantees, creditors and
all other parties claiming by.
through, under or against him
YOt ARE NOTIFIED that
an a< tion to foreclose a lien on
:... propertj located in Dade
Count) Flonda, described as
Condominium Unit No lot
BEACH cut B VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS ac
cording lo ihe Declaration
i Condominium Filed lot
record lul) II I and
rded in ONu ml
irdi Book MM at
Page 189 "i th.- Public
He, i i 'ount)
i- i ida \ k \
Northeaal 167 street
Nortl Miami Reach.
(Ion.la
la- r.een filed against you and
required to serve a
cop) "i vour written answer
and "i defenaea U am to it
in IAVITS and KARP .1560
Biai .n ne Boulevard Suite 504
Miami Florida iSSltl to the
attention ol PAX IP A KARP
on or before July 7 1980. and
(lie the original with the Clerk
ot thv Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a Default will be
entered againsl you for the
rviiei demanded in the Com
plaint or Petition filed herein
This notice shall be pub
lished once each week for lour
i conaecutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN Post
Office BOX OUSTS. Miami
Flonda ISB10I
WITNESS my hand and th
-.ciil Court at Miami
Florida on this Z\ day Ol May
ISM
RICHARD P HUINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Pade County Flonda
H\ I. Heilasse
V I leputy Clerk
Cln uit Court Seal I
I XX ITS* KARP
IBM Him .iv in Houlevard
Suite HH
Miami Flonda 33137
|7< SU8
DAVID A KARP EM)
Mtome) tin
i 'roeac laimanl
0MK Ma.
Junes, is. a> i>u
PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS
ANNUAL REPORT
annual i port of the
tine., '.on
\l LAN II xi'l". ESTEIN
hot NDA1 los nil B !'
. tiled
.
inspection al lU principal

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ration M..>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY,FLORIDA
CASE NO 90 7440
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in RE The Marriaci
NELL M DOMINIQI F.
Petitioner Wile
WILNER DOMINIC)) E
Respondent Husband
Yol WILNER DOMI-
NIC)! E residence un-
known are required to file
your answer to the petition for
dissolution ol marriage with
the Clerk ol the above Court
and serve a copy thereof upon
the petitioner's attorney
Herman Cohen. Esq 62.
lsl Street Miami Fla 33130
un oi before July 7 1980. or
else petition will be confessed
Dated Mav 22 l>ii
RICHARP P BRINKER
1 Circuit Court
HY X CI.AKK
erk
kSSfl May 30.
June 6 13 30 :*mi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90-M13
Divmon 03
IN RE ESTATE OF
ANGEL FERNANDEZ.
Peceaaed
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIEP that the administration
of the estate of ANGEL
FERNANDEZ, deceaaed File
Number HO2623. is pending In
the Circuit Court for Pade
County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address ol which
Is 73 West Flagler Street
Room 307. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal
representative of the estate is
M1RTA FERNANDEZ whose
address is 500 E 40th Street.
Hlaleah. Florida The name
and address of the personal
representative s attorney are
set lorth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate
are required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE PATE:
OF THE FIRST
PI BLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk
of the above court a written
statement ol any claim or
demands they may have Each
i.niii must be in wnting and
must null, ate the basis for the
claim, the name and address
Ol the c redltor or his agent or
attorney and the amount
c burned If Ihe claim is not yet
du)9 the dale when it will
me due shall be atnti
me rlalm n ronllnewnl or
unliquidated 'he nature ,( the
uncertjunt) shall be stated If
the
: \ ina I. '> deei ribed
tin ajll shall deliver
suffli lenl i I M he laim to
the lert lo enal U erk ti
eacl pen
r epf .-.'.,'
All persona interest
-!.: lo whom a cop) of this
Notice "i tdmlnlalraUon f^**
bean mnlled are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
I- IRST PI BLICATIOP OF
THIS NOTICE to file any
objei Uona Ihe) may have that
challenge the validity of the
del client w ill the
qoaliln ations of the personal
i |u. sentati\ .ir '.he venue or
|ui ledli ti'm oi the ourt
\il CLAIMS DEM INDI
\NP OBJECTIONS Not so
FILED WIU BE FOREVER
HAKKr I i
Pale of first publication of
this Notu e ol Administration
Mas Ml 19'
Mirla Fernandez
\- PeraonaJ Representative
Ol tile Estate ol
Angel Fernandez
\ [TORNEY FOR person \:
REPRESENTATIVE
David Schloaoire Esquire
o LMtak) and Hlumenthal
P A
2131 Ponce !> Loan Blvd
Suite Tin
, Gablea Fla ISlM
Telephone iSOB I 4.' MM
ii7'. MB]
June 6 'l9MI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO 10 '144
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE "' Man lage t
Hi. Ml:./. PE 11'AN
A ||
timd
U.ltr I W
) A L'A N
M'.K HEREBI Hi
I ha I on .i
Plsso Marriage
> i
' an\
4 on ALBERT l
'AHRICARTE P \ attorney
i .'
tt Miami
Florida 134 ami tile
ui igtnal a ith Uk it the
..i.....
Jul) 7 luxii otherwise a
default will i- entered against
you lor the rellel demanded in
[he omplainl or |ietition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consei ut.ee weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORII : ,N
WITNESS my hand and the
I s.iiil ourt al Miami
Florida on this 2!st day of
May. ivxi
Richard P Hnnker
As Clerk Circuit Court
Pade County Florida
HY CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
.it t 'ourt Si
ALBERT CARRICARTE
P A
.'IK1 \ V. ?th Street
Miami r'londa .13125
300 4v 71117
Allornev tor petitioner
OkKTl Mh.
tune s 13 ID MO
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. 99-sm
FCI91)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marralge of
DELIA V CDEVAS.
Petitioner
and
V.1I.FREPOCUEVAS
Respondent
TO WIIJ-REDOCUEVAS
Residence Unknown
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIEP that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any.
to ,t on CARLOS M MEN
PEZ Esq Attorney for
Petitioner, whose addreaa la
29K5 W 4th Avenue Hlaleah
Florida 33012 and file the
original with the Clerk of the
styled .ourt on or before July
7th 19W. 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 1 onsec nine weeks in THE
JEWISH FI.OKIP1AN
V\ ITN ESS my hand and the
.... oi s.ii.1 Court at Miami
Florida on this 20 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
aClerk < In uit Court
Dade County Flonda
BY M ERICE
\- I leput) Clerk
CARLOS M MENDEZ Eaq
.s t h \ vi
Hi., la sSBIl
. tor ivtitioner
Ma)
aUUt: .
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 7}*0 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
,n id-, the Marriagi
\i \ Mm 1 IBARR x
XM'
UOS X IRARRA
: ROSA IBARR x
\X lO St No 6M
\. w X or Cll) N Y 10032
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED '.hat an action for
ition of Marnage has
Med against you and you
are 1 squired to serve a copy of
vour wnlten defenaea. If any.
Id il on MARIO yt'INTKRo
JR E8C| A KOSS AT
rORNEY AT LAW PA
altorne) lor Petitioner whose
-.1.1.lie.- IS 101 N X% 12th
Xmiiiic Miami Pade County
l. 1134 and file the
uiiginal with the clerk of the
-i) .eil 1 ourt on or I
. ISM otherwise a
1. : .1 a I entered in
ciu 101 :,. rellel demanded in
1 mpiaint or petition
Thii lice shall he
I nil r each we.
n-. 1 Litive weeks in rHE
IEWIMH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand and the
. .1 said .sirl at Miami
(- ...1 ida on trn- >lii .1 Mas
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. i 'it rfc Cln uit Court
1 lade < 'uunly Flonda
Ml Cl. XKINP X BROWN
\ Deputy I -
M XRIOyl INTERO JR KMJ
X KiiSS sTTORNEY 1
\ IX
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Ma
Junes U. *J .w.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 90 MH FC
FAMILY DIVISION
N l I'll".
. Arid
KDVl XHP RO
1 and
MRS EDWARD ROB \
MIS
NOTICE OF PI BLICATION
YOI IRE HER! BY noti
FIED that a Petition for
DtaaolutlOfl of Marriage has
filed again .1 you
11. '. 'i llred :< serve a c 0p\ ol
your Xiiswer or Pleading '>
--"I petlUOl (M petitioners
attornt \ QEOROI T
RAMANI ESy Suite ;n
Ulacayne minding 19 xxrst
In 1 Miami Flonda
and file the Original
Xi wit or I'leading in the
. of the Circuit Court on
11 before 7 day of July. 19k0 If
.ui to .lo so judgment by
111 will be taken against
you for the retail demanded in
1 |>etltliin
I iNK X.NIi ORDERED at
Miami Pade Cunty Flonda
this II (fat) ol Mav 19(40
HARD P BRINKER
ut Court Clerk
BY N x IIEWETT
I epuly Clerk
Mav 30.
' .1' 19A0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TMEELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 90-efM FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
BETH ELLEN MILBY
and
WAYNE ELLIS MILBY
TO WAYNE ELLIS
MILBY
c oJeanMllby
810 Brook Hill Road
Richmond. X'lrgmia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed agalnat you and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
It on LOUIS R HEIJ.ER at
torney for Petitioner, whoae
addreaa la 430 Lincoln Road
Suite 33f. Miami Beach
Florida 33139 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 30. 1990. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
1SH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 13 da) ol Ma)
19*0
RICHARP P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County Flonda
Hy Willie Bradshsw Ir
As Peputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal 1
Ixxiis R Heller Eeu
1311 Lincoln Road Bulti
Miami Reach Florida 33139

Xttomry for Petitioner
OH 1- Xtav : .
June
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CeseNe 104*44 < .
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re The Marr
ELIZABETH ASHl I'.i
XI.HE
ivtitioner Wife
vs
PAVIPM ALBF.
Respondent Hust.c
TO DAVID M Al.Br.
jo A MSth Box T
APO New York N
I pper Hey ford
England 09194
YOU ARE NOW
an action for I --
Of MARRIAGE
againsl you
required to serve.
* iitlen answer ..
any to II on DA.N
l.t'p ESQ plainlil
ney whoae addr>
ledo Street Bulti
Gablea Flon-i.. I
before June
the original with Ilk
this court elthei ttefore
on plaintiff all
mediately thereafter
wise a dela ..' *l
against fOU '
demanded in U
petition
WITNESS n
seal of this court
I ysi)
RICHARP I' '
By a i '
AsDep.'
,.SM9 U-
NOTICE UNDP'
FICTITIOUSNAV, i*
NOTICE
UIVEN that ''
Injj 1 .
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Kami
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xtiome) foi a| i
Ma
NOTICE UNDEW
FICTITIOUSNAM1
NOTICE
QIVEN that the
desinng to sni
inder the fictii
Kampes l^asin x>-
iwoo Nxx -: Oourl v' <
331M. ;nten.l ll
name with the
Circuit Court of Dadi
Florida
Marv m I
Douglas Aw .
Peter K '
Herbert' I
Richard!
Norman I. Sll
jaaJUl Mandlrr Smith
Werner JacnbowlU
A Fned. P A
Hy Eileen Trautman
Attorney lor Applicant-



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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. K is HERBBY
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NOTICE UNDER
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n business
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M TV INVKST
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May 23 30.
Junes 7 iWRii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANOFOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No K 'I7j FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in n' thf ma
MK'HAEI a wi
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NOfJCE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No MAfSJFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Ho M ..
l>KSIt>ERI \ ESTHER
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cam No M **M FC
NOTICE IY PUBLICATION
In !(.- [> M*rna|C">l
MARIAC MIRANDA
IviiUoiwr llf
diulMllISKSK MIKANKA
Rrap>ndrnl Muatoand
T<) IP 4 IIOISE3R
MIRANDA
CSC. 1 34 Armor
Kort Carsoa
Colorado m* 1.1
Yot ARK HEREBY noUltod
Uial a I'rlltion for IHaaolulion
oi Marriajcr l\ b**n filfd
aK-tiiul you and you arr hen-by
rrquirrd lo aer\ r a copy at your
Miawa*- or ol hr r (ilr.ill I UK lo \t\r
IVtilion onlhr Wifr a Attorney
LE8TBR RCK3ER8 whoar
MMrau U I4M NVA 17 Avenue
Miami Florida BUS and file
I In- ordinal with the I'lera of
IIM above -.tyliil I'ourt on or
before llni 2H day ol June IMO
or a Default will be entered
axainal you
I>ATK1> thi* XI day ol May.
1WN0
Itli'llAKI'l' BRINKER
tnerk of thi- ('in nit Court
\\\ ll.trbara Daniels
OHM Ma* ih -'< ''
Juneiv 1*10
NOnCE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE II HEREBY
< ;i\ l- N that the uiMMrAttfnad
ring lo nnn In IwataeRi
uiiili-i tin fntitious naiin-
Ki-iiiUII Seiretarial intenda to
rogtatal 'aid name with the
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Miami. Kla Mill
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June 6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0 A3J4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE IITH JUDIC IAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 0 '85' FC
F AMIL Y OIV ISION

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No W-MMFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
JOHN MrEONBR. husband
and
CORA E WEONER wife
Tt) iMRAK WEONER
oJIMWINITON
a;m lid Briar Trail
i MnigtaM ill*
i taorfta 30135
Vi.r ARE HEREBY NOT!
H1KD that ail action for Dlo
lution ol Marriage has been
tiled against you and you are
requirodtotwrvoai op) ol your
written dofanMi ii M> to it on
\IMIIt It II I II'SiiN attorney
lot PetlUonei a/hoooadUrafjla
151 g NW IW Stni-t Miami
Florida BIM and flit the
original ith the < lerlt ol the
aboi it) led I ourt on or boron
|une 13 I aw otherwise a
til a iii be entered against
you tor the rviii-i demanded in
the complainl M peUI
MflTNEH m) hand and the
lid court at Miami
la) ol Ma)
RICHARD P BRINKER
I "irt
[lade Count) Florida
B) Clai inda Brown
\- (leput) Clerk
i "ii. uit Court Seal i
Ma) k II M W i*"0
IN THE C RCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Numb.. JO 4)5
Division 01
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IVi n.ai Representative
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MKNIN I' \
'. ishmgton Avenue
Miami Bea< n Florida Ul IB
I UMI
M,i\ 30 June ti 1K11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 41**
Division 01
in Itl nil-: ESTATE OF
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Miami FL.331S1
Ralph Schlesinmr
1770 ni-: iBiai 31
Blda c i Apt 5it>
Miami Hi-a, Ii KI. 33171
Mtome) im
Pei tonal Reproaentallvo
il \i i i- GRl'NDWERG
N.. Miami Kla 33131
Telepnonoi 1061 '71 44i
!.h>,7 May 30 June* ik.ho
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned.
daalrtng to engage in buslneaa
uniler the in titiou name of TV
MAGAZINE at number 77
NE l*4lh Street, in the City of
Miami. FI. 33180. Intend to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
J3rd day of April. 1880
SAM! El. I. BRENNER
MARILYN BRENNER
l.Hi) PLOTKIN, Esy
Attorney for Applicant
KSMi.' SV. 4th Street
Miami Florida 33144
*M5 May 16. 23.30.
June 6 19X0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY
Ul\ EN that the .inliTMgni-.l
desiring lo engage in business
unili-i II" fictitious, name
Ith.Mi HI- DATA SYSTEMS al
1910 W MUi Street \pt 3i:'i
11 iieah Florida JS01J intendi
in retfiatai iald namo with the
, i,r k iii the Circuit Court of
ounl) Florida
Joel Segurola
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Hlaleah Fla M0I1
MM Mi-iiiIi/
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M 14*3
Division 02
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HELEN SESSION

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MIMINISTKATION
administration ol tin-
HELEN SESSION
lereaaed Fill N umbc
, tiding m the Circuit
(oi i '.nil- i 'ount)
robate I IB laion the
which i> 71 Weal
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rtie names and ad
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in forth in-low
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N 1HKEE MONTHS
"1 THE FIRST
IM BLICA riON OF THIS
notici all claims
agau ita and -1
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to W llom 11"'
mailed that i hallengei Ihe
valulit) ot the will the
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venue or
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M.I. CLAIMS \N|. mi
IECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
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I'llliln atlon ol tlll> Notice
gui on Ma) m la")
. Representatives
Elisabeth Session
N k\ I.I. St
Miami Fla
Mai ii* Session
1 100 N\\ I I Court
Mlami. Fla
Atturni im Personal
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 4?5
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has begun oi Ma) H 1980
i 'ei sonal Reprossjntatlt
Fred I Awaon
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Miami. Fl 33IM
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Ei i sonal Represontatlve
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2T30 W Flagler St Miami.
3135
Telephone 642 3231
iiksxm Mav 30. June 6 IHWi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned
desiring 10 engage in business
umlei lh,. tlctttioua name
CHASE SHERMAN OF
CORAL OABLES at 286
Miracle Mile Coral Gable*
inteniLs to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dade County. Florida
Chase At Sherman of
corai Qablaa, inc a
Florida Corporation
Mai x Faber
Mini IM) !"' applicant
KM Xlllsles Bldg
Miami Fla Mils
o>Mii May 23 30.
June 6.7. I860
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring the engage in business
under UM fictitious name
\ E NE I 1 A N HARBOR
CONDOMINIUM intends to
register said name with the
Clerk ot Circuit Court of Dade
i vaunt) Florida
Corporation
Cutler and MoMiekut! P \
Attorney lor applicant
i ia> ni Meanekofl F.sq
H \s,-.! Flagler, I'll 2
Miami Fla HIM
08866 May 23. 30.
June6.l3. 1W0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
n that the undersigned
ing to engage In buainesa
Ulldel the fictitious name ol
AMERICAN i PHOLSTERY
SI I'l'l V Bl M00 Noi '
Si i oinl \ It Miami.
i-i,ii id tend io
..ml name witli the Cler K
On. mi Court ot I lade i "ount)
I- lot Ida
Hrl man Smolar
lesus Uu
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Mtorne) tor Bmolai s
lilt lei : I
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Miami Flo,,,!.,
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June i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 8- 8 F C
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE llll M M'.l'.l Mil 'I
KLA M VNO
I VI ttiolle! V lie
anil
III tiO \ M.l- N \NH
Ri ipundenl Husband
m III i,n \ sLENTE
SERRANO
N. >r t<- 1 'lento t "in, 0
M.i. -
R< pai to B.ii lh t' Havana
ei it \
im w.v. HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action tin
Dissolution ot Marriage '''
been filed againsl you and you
al e re.(Hire,I |o -. I se I OD) Ol
j oui w r ilten defenses ii an)
I,, it on i I \ II ft CE ASE
lie) I"' Petll inner w ho.se
adilress i 2T20 v\ Flaglei
Miami Florida I *
ami nie ihe original with the
erl 'i the ai">-, it) led i ourt
on ,,, belore lone 27 I -
^ ISC .1 ilel.lillt w.
entered againsl you lor the
demanded in the
, omplain! oi petition
shall be
Iwd on. '... K ^,..
weeks in nil-.
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NOTICfc UNDEiV
FICTITIOUS NAME LA A

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NOTICE OF Ac ',ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRC JIT
COURT OF \ HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA.
IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO M.A744 FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
RICHARD A ASTWOOD
ivtiltoner Husband
and
LORRAINE A ASTWOOD.
Respondent Wife
TO LORRAINE A ASTWOOD
c o Elisabeth Garland
Grand Turk
Turks and Calcos.
Bahamas
YOC ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
s-our written defenses. If any. to
it on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is ISIS NW 167 St..
Suite HOB. Miami. Florida.
33180. and file the original svlth
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before June 13,
l80. otherwise a default wlli
he 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
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this Tth day of May.
1880
RICHARD I* BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N.A HE WETT
As Deputy Clerk
DKH2V May B. 16.
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Memorialize Holocaust
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Council,
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President ia Elk \\ l noted
author and \ndrew Mellon
Professor ol llumanil iei il
Boaton Unh erail \ w ii m I ia .1
butv i\ <>r "t t In Nazi
castration i amps ling
spokeaman foi "t t hi
Holocaust
Serving as vice chairman ia
M .irk I iliaman itire* tor
\\ aahington m lion offici ol
i ouncil ol Jewish Federations
i ouncil director ia Monroe M
I readman, former di
Hofstra Univerait) Law School
Aniun^ Council members
diatinguiahed scholars, i
religious leaders and Survivors
nt t hi- Holocaual
Now m his fourth term in the
Houaa ol Repreaentativi
man aervea on the
U1RM\n HI tha 10 ^ppropriationa Committei
lutstanding Citizens
iNominations Sought
| man and
pan to is Dade
(v > i i it izana
b) the
tipn* a for l be 32nd
t Dad i i inlj Out
\ ward Lunch-
|Tbe went red b) the
bist Lodgi H nai H'ruh.
.I une iy. at
\ Room nt
I ta Hotel
|1bos* boo ted to data, and
forganizations ,,r individuals
im luda
| Hariene Bern H\ Brothers
Big "sis;. nt (ireater
Mrs Uilham IPatayl
!u Tht \f. School House.
W) Cunmtngs, Community
ration Advocates; Mrs.
ith Dnicker, I)r Reuben
\\ I n'lilman. 'Sports
B'nai M nth. Bernard
idman. Temple Beth Am.
i*ivn Goodman, Temple Beth
Mrs Robert /. (Nancy!
I"ne. \m ncan Heart
cation ol < ireater Miami:
ijrna 1 k, Parkway
eral Hospital Inc.. Paul J
>*" Ro) Perry, former
vlrs Van (Parkerl
paauon Mental Health
"ciati.m o| Dad,. County.
Katherina Slaughter
Ftich*n. Mabel Staats. former
*"" Sol Zitter, Florida
aplixic Vsaociation, Inc .
wfRfWolpirt Harold Toal
Jwadlirif for nominations for
_ and women is June I, ac-
%to Kenneth S Hoffman.
president ,,f ,he sholem
Hnai H nth and general
~rman "'' he an ards luncheon.
INominati,,n- f,.r civic leaders.
tor their communit) efforts on .i
strictly volunteer baaia, ma) be
submitted to Hoffman al l'<>
Boa 014100, Miami I la 13101
Patron ol the awards event is
Joaaph M Lipton ol Miami
Beach.
Judges who will select the
outstanding man and women are
i leorge Beebe, associat
publiaher ol / t/ia m // i i
Frvd K Shochel editor and
publiahar ol I Jtu ish
l,. ruit and Ralph Renick, \ a >
praaidenl for news ol \\ IA J,
Channel t rhe same judges have
Served for more than 20 ion
ecuth a j ears
('.. i-hainiien with Hoffman ol
this vaai s luncheon .ire Cheater
Latter, guardian ol Sholem Lodge
of B'nai B nth and hia wife,
Dena Leiter Additional in-
formation ma) be aecurad b)
telephoning Hoffman or Letter
Reservations for the luncheon
may f>e made through the
chairmen
l)r Reuben Sorkin. a Coral
Gables physician, announced the
appointments of the chairmen
and judges Sorkin also named
Arthur /.weigenthal as
arrangements committee
chairman
Nominations may be made by
any Dade County or national
non-profit organization or by a
panel of distinguished citizens of
(ireater Miami Those named as
Dade'a outstanding citizens at
the last luncheon were William S
Ruben, chairman of Jordan
Marsh of Florida, and Mane
Knterlme. vice chairman of the
City of Miami Committee for
Ecology and Beaut if icat ion
I
PTA Fashion Show and luncheon for I '" ;
*'Sc*ec* HilU'l Community Day School, Moustahi i
f ftuhion* wa$ prtwnfd Chairwomen
Hn Don (Joann, Mrs W
* and \tr- Mili i Hoi
Main Thrift Shop of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged VW '7th I
. to the ground in last riots in the northwest section of tht city Loss i>
estimated at $750,000
New Inventory Needed
Thrift Shop Burned to Ground;
Riot Loss Put at $750,000
The main Thrift Shop of
I lie Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged,
7300 NW 27th Ave.. was
burned to the ground last
week, a casualty of the
riots that took place in
Miami.
\lthough the exact
dollar loss has not been
computed. the loss is
estimated to be more than
$750,000 in property and
merchandise. Last year the
Thrift Shop grossed
$545,000 in sales of
donated merchandise, the
proceeds of which provided
medicine and medical sup-
plies to indigent residents
of the Home.
A MAJOR effort is now un-
denraj t<> find storage space and
to acquire new inventory Most
nettled are resaleable items such
as furniture, antiques, clothing,
and appliances
The two other Thrift Shops ol
the Home. MM) NE 79th St
Miami, and 3145 Hallandale
Beach Blvd.. Hallandale. were
not damaged and are open tor
business as usual
The detroyed Thrift Shop was
opened in 1964 to help support
residents ol the Mi.inn Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
It had become a well known
establishment in the community
a- an outlet tor quality furniture
and unique items The Thrift
Shop employed l* people
"WE ARE deeply saddened by
this tragic incident." said Aaron
Kravitz, chairman of the Thrift
Shop Commute*' of the Home
It will take a community effort
to replace such a large loss and to
.nsure uninterrupted support for
our residents."
Federation Leaders Chosen
C JF Year Round Delegates
Fifteen Jewish community-
leaders will represent the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation as 1980
Year Hound Delegates to the
Council of Jewish Federations.
Th CJF Year Round Delegate
st ruct ure is a representative body
of approximately 700 lay leaders
acting as the functional link
between Council and the com-
munities it serves
Miami delegates are Mrs
Samuel Adler. Mrs. Adolph J.
Berger, Norman Hraman. Alfred
Golden, Joel Levy, Jonathan
Kislak. Jeffrey l,efcourt. Donald
Lefton, Mrs Fran Levey, Harry
A. Levy, Norman l.ipoff. Stanley
C Myers, Fred Shochel. Mrs.
Harry H Smith and Melvin
Kartzmer.
The Year Hound Delegate
system was developed to reflect
the recommendations of the CJF
Review, which determined that
direct involvement by a broad
segment of top and emerging
community leaders would
dramatically augment Council
effectiveness as the central
consultative resource for local
Federations in all major service
areas
Year Hound Delegates will be
CJF representatives in their
communities i communicating
and interpreting Council policy
and programs, and will also serve
to bring the concerns of
Federation leadership directly
into Council decision-making and
opera I ion.
Governance will in- another
vital ol the Year Round

with community-designated
alternates, will determine CJF's
major programs, policies and
finances CJF board, committee
and task force members will be
drawn primarily from this body
The CJF is the association of
more than 190 Federations.
Welfare Funds and Community
Councils which serve nearly 800
communities and embrace over
96 percent of the Jewish
population of the United States
and Canada.
Fstablished in 1932. the
Council serves as a national
instrument to strengthen the
work and the impact of Jewish
Federations through leadership
in developing programs to meet
changing needs in the Jewish
community, through the ex-
change of successful experiences
to assure the most effect ive
community services; through
establishing guidelines for fund
raising and operation. and
through joint national planning
and action on common purposes
dealing with local, regional,
national and international needs

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///(/! and Mac W'eisberg of \orth Miami Beach uerc in
Washington, D.C. to attend the annual policy conference of
the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. While there.
they visited with their representative in Congress, Hill Leh-
man, right.
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Beth David Elects Bailey President
At the 68th annual meeting ol
the Beth David congregation.
Richard Bailey, was elected
president Residing in Miami
since the early 60s. Bailey has
long been active as a leader in the
activities and programs of the
congregation
Bailey came to Miami in 1962
when Bristol-Myers promoted
him into management with their
Miami operations. He had been
employed in Syracuse. NY, and
Chattanooga. Tn and the
recipient of numerous awards and
commendations from the
pharmaceutical company.
Recently, he celebrated his 25th
anniversary with them.
Bailey resides in Miami with
his wife. Diana, also a leader in
the congregation and a past
Sisterhood president They are
the parents of two sons. Marion
and Brian.
Bailey feels particularly en- Richard Bailey
thusiastic about the further
development of programs and
activities at Beth David, seeing
his opportunities as the chief lay
leader supported and challenged
by the fact that Beth David is a
leader in the Conservative
Movement throughout the
United States and known for its
innovative and dynamic ac-
tivities
Other new officers are Donald
Teacher. executive vice
president: and vice presidents as
follows: Jerome Shevin. Mrs.
Norman (Irene) SchMk. Jose
Portnoy. Dr. Jules G. Minkes,
Philip Bergman. Jeff Rosinek
and Martin Hellman
Treasurer is Mrs. Moie
(Elaynel Tendrich; and assistant
treasurer is Dr. Stanley Zakarin.
Morris Cohen is the financial
secretary, and Robert Chalnick is
|recording secretary.
Rabbi Lehrfield Talks to Historical Group
Rabbi David Lehrfield of
Miami Beach, spiritual leader of
Kneseth Israel Congregation, will
speak on "The Role of History in
Judaism" Monday. June 2. at 8
p.m. at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami before a meeting of the
Jewish Historical Society of
South Florida
Harriet Green, president of the
historical society. said the
meeting is free and open to the
general public. Offices of the
organization have been
established in the headquarters
of Pioneer Women. Miami Beach
Rabbi Lehrfield. former acting
principal of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy, has been in
the forefront of fund-rasising
campaigns in South Florida for
State of Israel Bonds and the
United Jewish Appeal.
Four new life members and 28
new members of the historical
society have been enrolled in
recent weeks. according to
treasurer Margot Bergthal The
organization records the history
of Jewish communities from Key
West to Tampa, and recently
published a monograph. Jen M
r ntntwrsmen. by Malvina W
and Seymour H I.iebman
The new book is available at
the society s office
Temple Israel Confirmation
An important milestone in the
history of Temple Israel will be
recorded on Sunday morning.
June 8, when Scott Greenwald
receives his confirmation blessing
from Rabbi Brett S Goldstein
Scott is the fourth member of
his family to be confirmed at the
temple, preceded by his grand
father. Jerome J Granger, his
mother Jill, and his sister
Andrea
The service entitled Year
of Our Youth" will be con-
ducted by the following members
of this year's graduating class:
Kobin Aicron Robin Hrrkrr Ifevtd
Beijrl Krnnrth Berstrin rvborah
Borolsky Scott Brantdorf Bruce
Hmsler Matthe* Brown Amanda
Cruz Amy Kdrlilrin Adam Ferrara
Andrew Fields Janet Goldberg Lisa
'Jrebin Scott Ureenwald Edward
(Jross Allison Hilf Marcia Jackson.
Midfcley Jones. Laurence Laaar
Alao. Natalie Levin. Alan Levine.
Stfvefi Mendelaon Steven Needel!
John Nemberx Joanna Olian Diane
Rabbi Goldstein
I'incus Meiai rred l>eboran Hreaner
I>eniae J'resner Mitchell Rauch
Robert Reis/ield Manya Rickover
Samuel Robbin Adam Shapiro Maria
Sherman Mendy Slander Susan White
Molhe Zuckerman
Lefion Named Conference Officer
Donald Lef ton has been elected
vice chairman of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
Lefton, nominee for associate
secretary of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, is former
chairman of its Public Relations
and Community Relations
Committee.
In addition, he serves on the
executive committee of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council
(NJCRACl. and is chairman of
its newly formed Committee on
Public Relations, as well as a
member of its International and
Israel Commissions.
HBJ?WANTH> .
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both handwritten and
must for psjsfig down
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TO OFFICIATE ON
HIGH HOLIDAYS
Jo* a Conservative Congreaattori
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tiabbi Dai id Leh
JCCFilm
Series Continues
The South Dade Jewish
Community Cantor, branch of the
Jewish Community (enters of
South Florida, presents the film
The Diary of Anne Frank
Sunday. June 1. at p m
The film will also be shown on
Sunday. June V at p m in the
Katz Auditorium of the Michael
Ann Russell Jewish ( ommumt\
(enter. North Miami Beach
The Michael Ann Kussell has a
\ anety of events scheduled in the
month of June for the JCC
Singles "Social Cluster Groups
and other interested single
adults.
On Wednesday. June 4. a
Single Parent Rap Session will be
held in the Kstz Auditor aim of
the Michael-Ann Russell JCC
For Further information on
singles events contact Vicky
Kellert at the Michael Ann
Russell Center
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Processors and Exporters
of trie finest u.S Govi inspected!
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Morry Nathanson was recently officially installed as presu,
of Temple Ser Tamid The installation ceremonies i. ere heli
the form of a brunch and attended by more than -
Shown in the photo congratulating the net. presidl
Nathanson. left, is Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leaa
the temple.
Golden Isles B'nai B'rith to Meet
The newly elected officers of
Golden Isles Lodge B'nai B'rith
are Max Margolies. president:
Judge Msxwell M Stem. Murray
Green. Herbert Heymann. vice
president: Melvin Cohen,
treasurer: Abe Cohen, secretary;
George Abramson. financial
secretary. Aaron Hausner.
chaplain
They were installed to their
respective offices by Tom Cohen
of the B'nai B'rith Speakers
Bureau
Seymour iCyi Deutsch.
program chairman, announced
that the third annual
bnng a member breakfast wi
be held in Pumpermi
Hallandale Reach Boulevard.!
Thursday May 29, at 10 am
South Seas 0RT
South Seas Chapter
Women's America:-. ORT
meet June 3 at noon
Washington Savings Bank
167th St and 6th \vt Vi
Miami Beach, for a lurk neon I
card party Shirlei Stain
function chairni.tr.
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Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Kendall Branch
9990 North Kendall Drive
595-5055
Special Programs For Two-Year Olos
As Well As Three and four Year Olds
Registrations Now Being Accepted
Early Registration Discounts Available
You're Invited To An
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, June 1,1980,10 a.m. 12 Noon
Tempte Israel of Greater Miami Kendall Brand
Miami's pioneer Reform congregation
Pre-School Rooms will be open to meet teachers and
take registration
For further information please call 595 5055 Mn -FA
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10 it P"; th*
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Herschmann,
Academy, an-
This class has been an
one in scholarship
Z^mcv to the Academy:
t a special evening of
H these graduate* prior
.juation has been arranged
^.bute dinner is by special
^ ,n onlv to graduates and
hmilies
Awirds tot outstanding
\ment ill be presented at
l0on earl monies, and a
program w ill rendered by
ichool efioif
^moer, of the graduating
dude
Inward Krmnd. Toby
(main ilitser Adrian
.. Klnman. Kim
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Kornaimh Sharon BsakM, Miriam
S!!^ 1alf"n Botach Stovtn Brody
JS Lfrr>. Jn> Bla Kolton
Naom Kuter. David Lomardl Michael
MalMl Shan. Malka. Miriam Ovadla
Ian Schuman. Mlrkl Stm Michael
"'t'imT""' S*"y arom*n' M'rv,n
And. Abraham B*nmurjul ("bnna
Hlton Ronald Bond. Altrrt BoUch
Klchard Hoyd Ruth Edtldaln I^ni,
Knar I. Y.l Nurock Either Koancr
Bernard Shunter Nona Shpllman
t raiC Shapiro. Belly Sultan (>fer
^vy. Marcoa Eaquenail
Musical Show
The senior class of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami will
present a show on June 12 to
raise money for their trip to
Israel next year The show will be
held in the Mehrew Academy
Auditorium at 7:80 p m
The show will feature the
Hebrew Academy Knsemble.
under the direction of I)ebra
Klein and Keith Keimer The
Knsemble will perform selection*
of music from the 1960a through
the 1980*
Members include Hilary
|aj kta Srhwartj.
-..., : avid Silver Ua
Felice Schwartz to Install Officers
Felice P Schwartz. vice.
Knt of the South Florida
til of Pioneer Woman and
.at recipient of the City o!
act Award presented by Israel
fend* ili '' the installing
- in I rthl M.i-.ida chapter of
battr Women at their ruaada)
pasting ;> In- held in the
3vk auditorium of \N ashington
vings and Loan Association.
1234 Washington Ave Miami
Kb
The 12 30 [> ni brunch session
lopfntotht-^ r.eral public
Bertha Liehmann. vice
indent of the South Florida
|Couki] of Pioneer Women, will
installed as president. Vice
Mident who will serve with
Mr I.iehmanr. .ire Hose Becker.
Blargot Herirth.il and Mollie
Other officers to be installed
i Irene Raczkowaki, treasurer:
Sophie Chernoff, financial
lacreury. Millie Sides. recording
Mizrachi Women
Set Meetings
_ Skylake Chapter of American
Karachi Women will hold its
Fating at Temple Adath
Pahurun. North Miami Beach.
I s at 12 30 p.m. The
,. inv Newest techniques in
' application of cosmetics and
1- Refreshments will be
rved For information, call
FUAxelrod
^orah Chapter of American
"arachi Women was to hold its
PH meetinK in the Roney
unine Card Room on May 29
' P m Members were to bring
"" and game, tx. play after the
*" Presentation of awards.
Win Israel for May plus
"frport were to be given.
***a Rinnerett Chapter of
yT*"" Murachi Women will
iill ** meeting of the season
JTempleHeihKodesh Refresh
H&S6 party- Fanny
andidate for House
hf*^ Sw*,r,*d- president of
Kendall Federation of
BfjrMl AoeUtloi
l*> ami South Dade
*y leader. has an-
nnr? Sol R Sm '" the Fbnda
.*0' Representatives
-SK" I ^^'crat. was a
C' 'tKn,A He
*< Z I r* s,,uth L)de law
*horunger. Jankowitz
MCrctary; Clara corraaponding acratar) and
Gertrude Zelnick, social
secretary
..berg.
Michelle Rapchik. Cherie
Hutman. Amy Greenzweig.
Maxine Messer. Ephraim
Shachter and David Rubinstein.
Other featured entertainers will
include Bernie Shooster. a
magician, and several local
bands.
Tickets are now on sale and can
also be purchased at the door.
For more information, contact
Laurie Chibnik at the senior high
office.
Senior Trip
In keeping with school
tradition, the ninth grade class of
the Hebrew Academy will travel
to Washington. D.C. for its
annual graduation trip on
Tuesday June 3.
Highlights of the visit include
sightseeing tours, visiting the
W hite House. witnessing a
aaripB of Congress, visiting the
Supreme Court. Smithsonian,
and many other government and
historic sights in the area.
Hosting the stay is the Hebrew
Academy of Washington. DC A
special meeting with Sen Lawton
Chiles, and Sen. Richard Stone
has been arranged Kscorting the
students will be Michael Ashbal.
Mr- Jessica Schultl and Rabbi
Minima dross
Dade Paper Company has been awarded a plaque from
Sueetheart Cup for "an outstanding team effort and the
largest increase in sales of Sueetheart products for 1979."
Dade Paper, established in 1939, is the largest independent
paper distributor in Florida. Shown are Dade Paper Comapny
officials Leonard Genet, assistant vice president, second from
left. President Irving Genet, center and Saul Genet, vice
president, right, receiving congratulations from Sweetheart
Cup representatives. _________________________________
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] Bonds to Conduct
Holy Day Campaign
South Florida Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform
congregations are primed to rally
underneath a single banner to
furnish moral and economic
support for a united Jerusalem
and a strong Israel during the
High Holy Days.
The theme behind the cam-
paign, conducted by State of
Israel Bonds, is: "Jerusalem
United Forever!"
Rabbi I.eon Kronish. chairman
of the National Campaign
Cabinet of State of Israel Bonds,
declared that Jerusalem must
remain forever indivisible in
order to preserve its integrity as
the capital of the Holy Land and
as a sacred shrine for all people
regardless of religion, race, color
or creed
"Only through the con-
centrated participation of our
congregations in the coming
annual High Holy Days cam-
paign for Israel Bonds.'' Rabbi
Kronish said, "will the position of
Jerusalem be assured. This will
be a campaign that units our
people no matter what their
views may be on other problems
confronting Israel. The price of
keeping Jerusalem is as high as
the price of peace and that is
very high '
Gary H Gerson. Israel Bonds
General Campaign chairman,
said regional briefings of rabbis
have been held in several major
nt it's. including New York.
Chicago and New Orleans, and
thai other meetings are
-< neduled that will emphasize the
importance of Jerusalem in this
year's campaign to reach a High
Holy Day goal of $100 million
The campaign will seek to
enroll a maximum number of
members in Shomrei
Yerushalayim (Guardians of
Jerusalem I. an honor society of
Israel Bonds open to regular
purchasers who lend Israel
$1,000, thus demonstrating their
"commitment to the centrality of
Jerusalem to Jewish life and the
Jewish people,'" Gerson noted.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz of
Miami Beach, national chairman
for rabbinic participation, added
that a key to the success of the
mission will be "Rabbinic
Power." A broad campaign will
be launched, he announced, to
convince rabbis to lead the way
by purchasing $1,000 Israel
Bonds in their own names.
"It is important to remember."
Rabbi Kronish said, "that while
the High Holy Day campaign is
vitally important for the sake of
Jerusalem. it is just as
meaningful for the sake of
continued support for the
economy and infrastructure of
Israel Anyone who goes to Israel
can see the work of Israel Bonds
wherever he looks
The coming week will be fillled
with planning meetings in the
United States and Canada. Rabbi
KronLsh said, culminating in the
foundation of the Israel Bond
campaign the High Hoi) Day
appeal that buttraaaai Israel i
economic strength and the
protection oi it- security, and its
peopts
JWV Auxiliary Announces
State Convention Here
The Florida Ladies Auxiliary
of the .Jewish War \ eteran- ot
the I'nited States will hold their
28th annual convention at the
Sheraton-Bal Harbour Hotel
June 6-8 Approximately 1.000
delegate*. and members will
attend the convention from
throughout the Mate
Past Department President
Ceil Zucker will open the con-
vention on Friday. June *<. and
will be In Ik i wed by a welcome
ceremony dedicated to past and
present auxiliary officers
Friday evening Sabbath
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Stuan Weinblatt of
Temple Beth Am of South
Miami with the cantorial
Ction sung by national cantor
and past department commander
Mann) Mandel
-aturday's highlights will
include memorial services to be
dui : ed by Department
Chaplain ("anil Gold with a
special address by Past National
President Bilis Kern, topped off
by a cocktail party and banquet
honoring Department President
Mae Schreiber and Department
of Florida Commander Mvin
Rose Following the banquet will
l>e a meeting at which the fir-t
\ /.. S
nominations of department
officers will be accepted.
Second nominations and
election of department officers
are scheduled for Sunday
Immediately following the
i losing of the I960 convention by
the newly elected president, -he
will hold her fir-t Council
Administration meeting and will
announce her appointment- and
ratification of department
chairpersons
Temple Samu-El Confirmation Service
Michelle Brenner. Robin Coulton.
Sharon Klotz. Laurie Magerman.
Temple Samu-Kl will hold its
first confirmation on Friday
evening. May 30. when the nine
students of its first confirmation
class will present a dramatic and
horal presentation entitled. We
Are the Guarantor. and will
conduct the Friday night ser-
v ices
Services will take place at the
temples temporary facility on
the second floor of the Capital
Bank Building. 8900 SW 107
Ave. at f> p.m
Members of the class are Joel
Apisdorf. Patricia Baron.
Ricky Schaffer. Hope
and Steven Salinskv
Schiller
Communal Service
Over ?(M) top professionals
from across North America
joined together at the Bad
annual meeting of the Conference
of Jewish Communal Service.
Ma) 25-28 a; the Fairmont and
Cosmopolitan Hotel- m Der.
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Metro-Dad* County officials and leaders in the cultural community are thown at '
groundbreaking ceremonies for the downtown $25 million Metro-Dade Cultural Cent
complex is slated for completion in early 1983, and mil house tht Miami-Dade L
(enter for the Fine Arts and the Historical Association of Southern Florida I
right are Jan Van Der March, director to the Fine Arts Center, Count) Managerf4tt
Stierheim. Metro Commissioner Harry Schreiber. Mayor Stephen P (lark. <......
Barbara Carey and Ruth Shack. Library Hoard Chairman Mareie Brsoff, ,/r, I,., p/
Johnson and Commissioners Hill Oliver and Hun ey Rut in
'Shalom' Offers Wide Range of Features
For the past 13 months,
thousands of viewers have tuned
their television sets to a series
entitled Shalom. a sfeekl)
magazine designed by the Israel
Jewish Agency to foster Jewish
awareness and identity in the
Greater Miami community
Hosted by producer Richard
I'erit/. Shalom offers a wide
range "t features that include
movie-, interview-, and other
forms of entertainment that
attempt to interest viewers of all
gas
According to I'erit/.. Shalom -
past quests have included Dade
County Commissioner Barry
Schreiber. Harry Rich, and of
ficials from the Agenc) for
.lewi-h Education Gene
(ireensweig and Abe Gittelaon
Shalom i- produced on a
voluntary basis and ,ur- utvklj
on Channel ',1 at i
I'ent/ comes to SI
I srael. when- he ,i- invi
10 years with Isrs,
During the two years hi has I
in Florida. I'erit/ ha
himself in the Centra, \g, q
Jewish Education *l
exercised hi- m .-
performing befon
\ppeel gatherings
Pioneer Women Re-elect Harriet Green
Harriet Graen has iH-en re-
elected president ol the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida,
which includes 26 chapter- and
clubs in Dade and Bffoward
counties
Mr- Green wa- installed at an
election meeting held Ma) 20 at
the honover Hotel in Miami
Beach She also is national vice
preaidenl of the American Zionist
Federation, chairman of the
board and past president of the
\/.F of South Florida and
preeident ol the Jewish Historical
Society Ol South Florida
\ member of the board ol
directors of t he Florida chapter ol
the American Friend- ol Haifa
Cmver-itv Mrs Green ha- been
honored b) the t mater Miami
Jewish federation. State of
Israel Bonds Organisation and
numerous other organisations
Shi i- national chairman ol the
Pioneer Women building fund
committee and a charter founder
ol the Golda \leir Fndowment
Fund of Pioneer W omen in 1-rael
Vice president- who will MrVt
with Mr- (iren include Gisais
Gutter of North Miami Beach,
Bertha Liebmann ol Miami
Beach. Leah Benson of Mi
Beach and Felice P Schwartz,
Mr- Benson i- I former national
v ice president of Pioneer w omen
Installed U treasurer was
Margol Bergthal of Miami
Beach with Esther Weinstein of
North Miami Beech taking office
financial secretary Other
officers include Shirley Partner of
Hollywood, recording secretary
Dora Cohen of Miami Beach,
corresponding secretary; and
Lillian Davis ,,t Miami Beach,
social secretary
Mrs Schwartz, who served as
chairman of the luncheon, an-
nounced that Pioneer Women
had met its quote of support for
Na amat, sister organization in
I-rael of Pioneer Women Her
husband, Gerald Schwartz
moderated a panel discussion on
penehsta
Fduard,, Burd vice presid
and deputy manager of Bank
Hapoalim Miami Beach office
and Aric Sommer. deputy
director of the Isra, rnmei
lour i-t
southeastern l S
i day foi presidents, ,;- the South
Pioneei Women installed m
had served Tht ision uas tht annual
stallation luncheon held at thi h ma er Hot s
(i ,-. Ethel Greenbei
Chinshy, outgoing president of Club II. Kathi
e Go) la Weir I
Kim -/,/' nt of thi I
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Pioneer Women join together at the annual i
ami installation luncheon of tht South Florida < '
organization. Shou n from the left are Sophie Krai
0/ Club /. Bertha Liebmann. president of Masc
Jeanetti Kantrouiu president of Hi Rise til
Margot Amstel, outgoing president of the A
Lillian Hoffman outgoing and founding pry
chapter The neu gold \. imat Award pin was pn
members who baa raised or given more than *
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City Under One God' Service Planned Synagogue Induction Ceremonies
. deluding some of
A ^rnost prominent clergy
.^^multi-lin-ml. tour
**. Svice at 11: -.
jjjy Mav 29. in Bayfront
l^n.a, f~.no pub,*
Ki"i to deliver the
'J-Sloon of Purpose.
' t* the fir"1 lime m th*
IL mnriat history, por-
^ the program were to be
2 m Creole. as well
ff* and Spanish. The ad
JJrf Creole *< in respect to
Juea'a growing number of
IIbUW resident.*
jmnmg Mayor Pjnj were
Whbuhop r.dw.rd A.
Erthv. K^ Martin Anorga.
3 Judge C Clyde Atkms.
JHrriB Klhgan. Jr. and Rev.
Soon ThHi..re R. G.baon. a
Hanu City Commissioner.
Also. Rabbis Solomon Schiff
and Sol Landau. Cantor William
Lipson. Bishop Calvin O.
Schofield and Rev Conrad
Willard.
Music was to be provided by
the Haitian community, as well
as children from the Hebrew
Academy. Jewish Home for the
Aged and Gesu parochial school.
The program was to conclude
with the singing of "God Bless
America." led by Marie Balaban.
The Metropolitan Community
Synagogue of Greater Miami
announces a ceremony and
festivities honoring its induction
into the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
The event will be Saturday.
June 7, at 8 p.m. at the
synagogue, North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Lewis Bogage, director of
'-he Southeast Conference of the
Union, will officiate.

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NJCRAC Names
MyraFarr
Myra Fair, a member of
Greater Miami Jewish
Federations board of directors.
nominee for treasurer, and former
chairman of its Community
Relations Committee, has been
appointed to the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Councils (NJCRACI Com
mission Church-State and
Interreligious Relations and its
Commission on Individual
Freedom
Mrs r'arr is also a member of
th.- NJCRAC Kxecutive Com-
.mittee
Candidates for
JWVAuxiliary
Evelyn Cohen, preaident of the
Ud. Auxiliary of the Jewish
ar \eterans. South Dade Poet
'.'. announces that Leah
r.uenman will be running for the
post of department president.
~ j.!"'dlln Nvins will be a
candidate for the office of con
Ouctress for the Department of
Florida at the convention to be
d the Americana Hotel.
Miami Beach. June 6-8.
Delegates and alternates
attending the convention wdl be
'vyn Cohen. MoUy Brown.
Ik' -Sufford- Evelyn Clein.
\*** Kisenman. Edith Novins.
W Hshbein. Irene Aranoff.
J<"ue Rose and Pearl Portock.
J^8.8" now under way for a
*nes of summer socials to be
Birth Announced
Mr and Mrs. Tod Aronovitx
jounce the birth of a son.
JJchael Alan, on May 6.
grandparents are Federal Judge
S* Mrs. S,dney AronoviU.
MKhael and his brother Abel are
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Q. Our family ia taking
a camping trip this sum-
mer but because of the
fuel situation we have
decided to take advantage
of one of the airline bar-
gains offering free fares
for children under 17. It
makes going by air
cheaper than driving. Our
question relates to our
equipment. particularly
our bicycles. Is it possible
to ship them by air? Is
there an additional
charge? Do we need to
provide boxes or crates for
the bikes?
\ You didn't tell me
where you will be camping
but since you quote chil-
dren's free'- air specials.
I am assuming you'll be
camping within the U.S
So, the answer is "yes.
you may take your bikes
along with you on the
same flight But prices
and conditions' (heck
thus,' out with the airline
you intend to fly Airlines
make their own rules and
regulations relating to
sports equipment and
odd-shaped baggage
items Most airlines allow
passengers to aubstit ute a
bike for one checked suit-
case Airlines provide
cartons lor hikes but some
charge a nominal amount
when the pike pushes you
over your normal free
baggage allowance.
Q. 1 saw the country of
Liechtenstein profiled on
a recent television show
and it sounded great. Is it
true they have no taxes?
Also, if we wanted to live
there, will there be any
special taxes? How about
the cost of living? How
does it compare with the
U.8?
\ Compared to what'
Compared to the U.S.,
prices are high Compared
to Switzerland, costs are
about the same Cieo-
graphically. Liechtenstein
is a small country
squeezed between
Switzerland and Austria
so the inflation of both
neighbors has spilled over
into the tiny republic.
Liechtenstein in the
words of their press officer
is unfortunately strongly
overwhelmed with
foreigners and therefore
can no longer accept
foreigners for the mere
purpose of residence Im-
migration permits are ex-
clusively reserved for
specialized workers in our
highly specialized in
dustriee
(rver c> percent of the
population Ls made up of
nOn- Liechtensteiners
There are taxes even in
Liechtenstein, but the
rate sounds good to their
neighbors and to us. In-
come tax ranges from four
to 25 percent Cost of liv
ing is on the same level as
Switzerland and that's
not cheap. I saw the same
TV special and Liechten-
stein looked like paradise
but before you pack your
bags you should know
that Liechtenstein is the
world's most heavily in-
dustrialized nation with
45 factories for a
population of 25,000. For
more info, write to them
at FL 9490 Vaduz. Re-
gierungsgebaude.
Liechtenstein.
Q. We will be driving
around the British Isles
this summer for about six
weeks and our question
may sound stupid, but
we're wondering about
availability of coin oper-
ated self-service laundro-
mats. Are they easy to
find? Do they have them?
We don't want to travel
with a lot of luggage and
our packing will depend
on your answer.
A. Funny you should
ask about laundromats. A
couple of years ago. I
wrote about the high cost
of having the laundry
done by hotel maids and a
dozen readers sent me
locations and information
about laundromats in and
around Ixmdon They are
easy to find once you get
away from the business
districts of I-ondon Ask
for a "self laundry '
One reader detailed her
"Bed & Breakfast and
laundromat drive through
Kngland. She recom-
mends checking into your
lodgings early afternoons
and heading for the
laundromat in the late
afternoon hours when the
locals head for the pubs
The easiest place to find
laundromats is in densely
populated areas of the
middle income type where
it is unusual for every
household to have their
own washer and dryer
Coins are available from
nearby pubs, shops or
right in the laundromat
The St Petersburg
reader also added some
tips about dry cleaners in
Kngland She M) I to be
sure to mention the word
dry since many cleaners
wash and spin dry only
All of the suggestions
cautioned against wash
ing your ckuhing by hand
m hotel rooms and ex-
pecting them to be dry by
morning. Seems the damp
weather makes drying un-
predictable Hope these
suggestions help with
your packing plans.
Bed \ Breakfast"'
Those are the rooming
house type of lodgings
where you get exactly
what the sign in the win-
dow indicates A guest
room with or without a
private hath and a nice
English breakfast at a
moderate price.
nit a travel question
or problem? Send it to The
Total Traveler. 1 Lincoln
Rd No 214, Miami. FL
S3139. We regret no per-
sonal replies are possible,
(eneral interest questions
will be answered in this
column >
Horrowitz J W V
Presents Awards
1 he Abe Horrowitz Post No.
682 and the Ladies Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans will
present one $50 bond and two
plaques to three winners of the
J F Kennedy Junior High School
annual Americanism essay
contest.
The presentation of the awards
will be held at the senior high
school June 4 at 7 p.m.
The Abe Horrowtiz Post meets
the first and third Thursday at 8
p.m. at headquarters located at
160th St. and 19th Place. North
Miami Beach. The next meeting
is June 5
Boys Clubs Honor Clifford Perlman
Clifford S. Perlman. Miami
businessman and chairman of the
board of Caesars World. Inc., of
Los Angeles, was to be honored
as a youth benefactor at a 12:30
p.m luncheon of the national
convention of Boys' Clubs on
May 29 at the Sheraton Bal Har-
bour I Americana I Hotel.
A group of sports personalities
headed by broadcaster Howard
Cosell. pro basketball star Larry
Bird and Miami Dolphins
quarterback Bob Griese were
expected to join in the tribute,
according to Wayne Blanton.
executive director of the Boys'
Club of Miami.
The honor was in recognition of
a pilot program developed and
Eilat Entertainers
Receive Awards
Veda Clruber will present
awards to the F.ilat Kntertainers
who are under the direction of
Kva Kaufman and Sylvia Calls aj
the closing meeting of the Kilat
Chapter of Pioneer Women
Monday, June 2, at 1 p.m.. in the
auditorium of the Washington
Savings and I-oan Association.
1234 Washington Ave Miami
Beach.
Kaufman and Calls, with the
assistance of Faye Brucker. Ross
Rubin and Helen Sassower have
performed for guests at many
hotels in behalf of the Child
Rescue Fund for the State of
Israel
The group will perform at the
meeting which will also observe
Father's Day Mrs (Irulx-r in-
vites all men who have worked
with the Kilat Chapter and Israel
to attend
Donald Rosenberg
Heart Association
Installs Officers
Donald (i Rosenberg. M.D ol
Keystone I'omt. was installed .1-
preeident Ol the American Heart
Association ol Greater Miami, at
its annual President's Dinner.
May Jl at the Sheraton
Kiverhouse
Rosenberg, a cardiologist, is
clinical pro foe sot of medicine at
the University Ol Miami School
of Medicine and a chief of the
medical staff at Parkway General
Hospital last year.
Rosenberg's wife. Grace, has
also been active with the Heart
Association, serving as Heart
Sunday chairman and member ol
the board of directors.
Kugene J Say fie. M.D., a
cardiologist, was installed as
president-elect. Outgoing
president was John W Lister.
Ml)
Swim Party Set
Saturday. May 31. at 9 p.m..
BEST Singles, age 22-42. are
holding a barbecue and swim
party at 2010 NE 203 St.. North
Miami Beach.
Clifford Perlman
supported by Perlman
Caesars World to aid hard
underprivileged youths
Greater Miami.
Perlman is a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School
With his brother. Stuart he
founded the Lums national
restaurant chain here in 1966 In
1969. the Perlmans acquired
Caesars Palace in Las Vegas The
Perlman family remains active in
Miami. The company owns the
Sky lake real estate development
in North Miami Beach and the
adjoining California Club The
company also operates re
sort hotel facilities in Atlantic
City. N.J.. and at Lake Tabot
Nev

Wedding
Lapidus-Weiner
Faith Ilona Lapidus. daughter
ot Mrs Fsther Lapidus of North
Miami and the late Philip
Lapidus. became the bride of
Man Jay Werner, son of Mr and
Mrs Eli Werner of Bet heads,
Md on May 18.
Rabbis Max LipschiU anil
Simcha Freedman officiated at
the ceremony A reception
followed at Beth Torah
Congregation
Maid ol honor was Marsha
Rosanbltun Ol Silver Springs.
Md and beet man was I >r
Lowell Wemer ..I Rockville Md
Blay ne W ritier was flower girl
The couple will live m Rock
ville. Md
\/- Alan 11 .
Community Corner
Thomas Tew was recent!) elected president of the Standard
Club of Greater Miami Other officers are Vice Presidents
Samuel I. Barr. Jr and Fred Stone secretary. Norman H
l.ipoff treasurer, Morton Weinberger; first past president
Sylvia Meyer; aacond past president. Dennis P Clum. house
chairman, Jess.- Csssslhoff; bouse vice chairman. Peter Ber
mont; special Activities chairman. Peter Bermont end
committee chairman. Howard J Hirschfield.
Washington painter Mark Shecter ls included with 60 artist
in the Sotnebj Parka Borne! Art Auction in New York on June
1 Thai event presents art donations to the United Jewish
Vppeel Proceeds from the auction will go to the United Jewish
Appeal Federation of Jewish Philanthropies Joint Campaign s
humanitarian programs m New York, in Israel and numerous
other countries
Tenth annual scholarship auditions by the Society for Young
Performers took place at Miami Beach Public LibrST)
Wedneads) May 28
Gerald Schwartz, president of a public relations and
vertiaeing agem-y has been reappointed to the City of Miami
Beach Hurricane Defense Commute.- bj Mayor Murray
MeyersOB. Schwartl has served tor more than a year .is
chairman ol the < m committee
Wometeo F.nterprise*. Inc. announced that effective July 7
Marvin brunt/ will relinquish his position as vice president in
charge ol personnel He will open his own personnel and labor
consulting firm specializing primarily in the broadcasting.
.able television softdrinking bottling, vending and pa)
telev ision industries
Patricia Kolaki will peak on Registration and Drafting ol
Women at meeting of the Dr Abraham Wolf son Forum on
Thursday, June b, at 10 a m at the Washington Federal Barm
1234 Washington Ive Miami Beach
Henry \ liesMi of Miami is aiming contributors to a
volume otStudiei in Sephardic Culture in memory of David V
Bar ocas, a leading figure in the Sephardic community in New
^ork for many years BesSO has compiled an extensive bibhog-
raph) of all articles and books dealing with Judeo-Spanish
proverbs
Photos by Arnold Newman are on exhibit through June 15
at the Lowa Art Museum at the Cniversitv of Miami Included
in the exhibit of over 100 works an- Newman' classic images ol
Stravinsky. O'Keefe, Ben-Gurion and Mondnan. as well M his
most recent photographs
Dr Milton M. Coplan. a founder, an
honorary alumnus and professor emeritus of
the University of Miami School of Medicine
was one of 10 supporters of higher education to
receive a Champion of Higher Kducation in
Sent Co..'' "IKFV .T"1 f"'m th- ,nd^"
HCUFl *" Universities of Florida
Dr. Coplan


Lloyds of Epicure
Features Gourmet Foods
\jm miu.
The Thai Brothers, owners of
Miami H.'a. h s Kourmet Kpicure
Market and Hostess Pantry and
liovd S Apple, notad local
alenr and restaurateur an
nounced th formation of Lloyd s
.,( Kpuur. featuring Cuisine
I'atered m the Continental
Manner
It s a natural blending of two
fa ingradienta." Marry Thai
-;(j 'Attar all. we've always
...r conaiderad the place to shop
da Lloyd has always
^ noted for the elegance and
p.rations What
,r for us. and for the
formerly exectitiw
lo) d I in the Maison
: H.'rnard s in the
and owner of a
ring Ban in
ad thrif nat tonal
iw trda from Hotpitakty
having the fin'*t
ible -t-ttings in the
at Lloyds and
racaivad the
: -.ml. I mu'-t
I to the man
- who has baan
d anil aaaocaata,
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Lloyd \/>!>lr
HI
tduata ol the
Hotel \dministr.ttiot)
I ni\trait) tftar
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irth in Miami's
Roa and Inter
i ol the fork Cat) He and
operated and
nationall) known
firm ol Hoapitalh v
rei tit \ i-.ir--
l ur agnt-mt-n'
with Lloyd i- that he will n
whatever arrangementa are
neceaaar) to please our clients
Lloyd will have complete
autonomy with clients, met
and preparation ol foods I'hal
Lloyd out that
Lloj ; icure will do more
than Hist i atering It should !>
incumlN-nt upon ,t fine caterer to
ii<> more than just prepare great
ti*i and aene it elegantly.
d said We .ir. prepared to
handli ever) stage ol each
function from our
clients, from the printing ol the
m\ it at ions tn t he floral
.1 r r .1 ngemenl to t he
photographer .nut formal wear
whether it be for wedding, Bar or
Baa \lit/\.ih or any other happ)
event
i Louis and Jerry Stern
nt^ Named to New Positions
n Stan, son of
err) Starr ol Miami.
namad aaaiatant
the Joint Jawiah
Committee in

gradual* ol Van
I niveraity. whore ha
i M \ degree in
v\ hiU- living m
received a maatar'a
ublic health und aodal
He aarvad aa an officer
\rmy as assistant
mistrator ol the Weet
rnina to th<- Stairs
.1 law achool at the
") I nivarait) in
l>(. what* he
: hia doctor of law dagraa
waa active in Jawiah
pa and was raapon
planning Young .in.lea
livitiea for five southern
In- years at Miami High
he was the recipient ol
orator and debating
Is on a national level
m ipaaka ftuaaiaa and
He arrou bia paranu
^
that it is not uncommon tor two
to three languages to lie spoken
in an) given conversation in his
office He said he finds his
present position in working with
I. wish Russian refugees ea
tremeU rewarding work
\nother son ol the Merits
I a\ ul ha- been elected one ol the
twu vice president ol the
Vasociation tor Vmencans and
I anadiana in Israel The election
took plan- at the national con
\itition of the VCCI at Galilee,
Israel
David with his wife and two
aooa livaa in Kibbutz Degania H
and practices law in Tiberiua \
graduate ol the I niversit) ol
Miami, he ia also a graduate ol
the Hebrew I tmers|[\ School of
Law and h,i- been practicing law
except tor a two ami a hall yeai
apart ol aervice representing
^ oung Judaea in Huston
The \('('l has a .urrent
membership ol 11.537 families
and singles in Israel It is an
organization which addresses
it sell to problems ol integration
ot Americana and Canadian
immigrants into Israel aociet)
Temple Beth Tov Installs Officers
*
Kl;1" I-ouis M Lndannanwill
1,11 lempleHrthTovsnewlv
offioara for 1980-81 on
Junal.at7pjn.
'ftuiTsare:
Keubin I-ederman. president
K. first vioa president. A
'tein, aecond vice
PfM'dent: R tirulierg. ad
"""-trat.vt. vice praaJdanU; S
n treasurer; H M H......
"K secretary; C Prisand.
r" M>nding secretary
Members at large are I. Bussel.
" and N. Burman. P. Priaand
'nistees are B. Jeffries. H
Jeffriea and H Gruberg Com
mittee chairman are L Fine.
ntual M Miller legal; S Lux.
house; I Kaufman, budget; H
jetfnes K Gruberg and B
("allot. rafraahmenta; M B
Portnow, publicity; and M
Harris, bulletin
f.e School Director
Soutnwest area. Early childhood
program seeks experienced
director Hours 8 30 am 1pm
Monday thru Friday Finest
reputation s.nce 1960 221-9131
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Bar
Mitzvah
Beth Moshe Honors Tischenkel ()iu> 4* Beth Moshe honored U temple ^WCtJMVfl
Temple Beth Moshe honored
retiring president Jay Tischenkel
at the annual dinner May 18 at)
the temple
Tischenkel was recognized for,
two years of dedicated service to.
the temple
Melvyn Trute, master of
ceremonies. acknowledged
Tischenkel's long standing
service to the community in
general and to the temple.
Nadter Named to Legion Office
Kurtz
RON KURTZ
On Sabbath morning. May 31.
Ron Kurtz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Kurtz of North Miami, will
be called to the Torah to chant
the Haftorah at Temple Beth
Moshe
Ron is a seventh grade student
at North Miami Junior High- He
excels in all sports and the guitar.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Al
London from New York, and Mr.
and Mrs. Simon Faber from
Florida; his great-grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wortzman
from California; his aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Foster from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kurtz will
host the loddush at Temple Beth
Moshe after services
JASON SHEARS
Jason Shears, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Al Shears, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at the Beth Torah
Congregation, this coming
Shabbat morning. May 31 at 8:30
a.m. with Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
spiritual leader of the
congregation, conducting the
service.
Rabbi Lipschitz will charge
Jason with entrance into the
adult Jewish community and will
present him with a Bible on
behalf of the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood of the Congregation
and Men's Club of Beth Torah
Jason is now a student in the
DaJet class of the Beth Torah
Harold Wo Ik Religious School.
In Jason's honor, his parents
will sponsor the kiddush
following the services
In addition to chanting the
Haftorah. Jason will also conduct
a portion of the Shabbat services
The guests will include his
grandmother, Mrs. Judy Adel.
Jason is a seventh grade
student at Norland Junior High
School. His greatest interest is
reading books.
B'nai B nth Lodge
B'nai B nth Miami Beach
Lodge 1591 will hold a forum in
the 100 Lincoln Road Chibroom
on Friday. May 30. at 12:30 p.m.
Speaker will be Mai Englander on
"News Around the World."
Joseph M. Sadler, former
North Miami Beach municipal
judge and candidate for Dade
County Circuit Court Judge, has
been named judge advocate of
Harvey W. Seeds Poet 29 of the
American Lemon
Judge Nadler's appointment
was announced by Charles Old.
commander of Florida's largest
American Legion post. Judge
Sadler served in the U. S. Navy
during World War II.
GalilMizrachi Women to Meet
The Galil Chapter of American
Mizrachi Women will hold its
final meeting of the season at
noon on Monday. June 2, at the
Washington Savings & Loan
Building. 633 NE 167th St..
North Miami Beach Scheduled
cards
for the afternoon are
games and refreshments.
The chapter will hold a
rummage sale on Sunday and
Monday. June 8 and 9. at the
West Hollywood Citizens
League. Hollywood.
Lehrman Day School News
Registration is underway at
the Lehrman Day School for its
early childhood development
classes, grades 1 through 9.
afternoon religious school.
Sunday school and for Bar
Mitzvah training.
The Early Childhood
Department at the Lehrman Day
School of Temple Emanu-El will
hold its "End of the Year''
program on May 30 at 10 am in
the Friedland Ballroom.
Renanah Hadassah 'Jewish Worship Hour'
Renanah Chapter of Hadassah
plans installation of officers at a
catered buffet dinner Sunday.
June 1. at 7 p.m Hosts are
Helenesnd A.B Wiener
Rabbi Paul Plotkin of Temple
Israel of Miramar will appear on
The Jewish Worship Hour" on
Sundav. June 1. at 8 am on
Channel 10
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Behaalotekha
BEHAALOTEKHA God commanded Moses to organize the
tribes in their marching order. The Ark of the Covenant was
carried at the head of the marching hosts, a symbol of God's
presence and protection.
"When both trumpets are blown, the entire congregation
shaD gather around you. but when one trumpet is blown only the
chiefs shall gather around you.
The sons of Aaron, the priests, shall be the only one* to
blow the trumpets. You shall blow your trumpets when you
make your offerings at your festivals, and on Rosh Hodeah. the
first day of the month.'
In the second year, on the twentieth day of the second
month, the cloud over the Tabernacle was lifted, and the
Israelites traveled from the wilderness of Sinai.
The Levites bore the Ark. When they started. Moses said a
prayer: "Rise up O Lord and let Your enemies be scattered ..."
And when they brought the Ark to rest. Moses would say:
"Return. O Lord, unto the ten thousands of the families of
Israel."
To this day the prayers of Moses are chanted at the opening
and closing of the Ark, whenever the Torah is read.
Numbers 8:1 -1216
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. POX
What it a "ckuppah" T
The word ckuppah technically
means "cover' It came to
signify a sort of bridal room
where groom and bride would
enter together alone in order to
consummate the act of marriage
This act is called yichud which
means "coming together". In the
public ceremony of marriage
where the benedictions of the
"seven blessings" are recited
before bride and groom are led to
be in a private room together, the
c hup pah is the name given to the
canopy like structure of an
overhead covering held up by
four poles one at each end.
This is taken by some to
symbolize the act which is about
to take place in a private room
where groom and bride would be
together. It is claimed by some
that this may have been done so
that the act and its precedings
benediction would not be
removed and detached in time
from each other so that the
act would be symbolized right
after and dunng the benedic-
tions. Sometimes the top
covering over the four poles
would be a large tallith I prayer
shawl)
Why do tome Jews insist upon
having weddings only during
the firtt half of the Jewish
month f
This tradition is considered a
symbolic gesture to insure the
development and growth of the
love and happiness of the couple
that is to be married. The Hebrew
month is a lunar month, example,
the month always begins at the
appearance of the new moon.
This means that for the first half
of the Hebrew month the moons
waxes larger and larger
For the second half of the
Hebrew mont the moon grows
smaller and smaller. Getting
married during the first half of
the month would therefore
symbolize the hope and blessing
for growth and development
instead of having the second half
of the month symbolize the
decreasing light of the moon and
thus the waning of human
growth and delight. Obviously, a
marriage during the second half
of the month is justasconclusive
It in only that the time of the
marriage is used as a positive
symbol for the future which is
relatively unknown
Synagogue
Listings
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Time
7:50
15Sivan5740
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 14361
Conservative
Rabbi Stench* Freedmen
Cantor Ian Alpem
Friday Night Service* 815 p.m.
Saturday morning service at 8.30
Bar Mitzvah of Arthur Marin
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1061 N. Miami Beach Bred.
Dr. Mai A Llpechrtz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aronl
Saturday. May 31
Bar Mltrveb ol
Jaeon Shears
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5650 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 667 5567 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chef Hz, Associate Rabbi
Friday Service at 830 p m
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
will speak on
"When You Kindle Your Lamps"
Torah Service. Saturday at
15and 11 15a.m
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conaervattve
53*2503
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conaervatrve Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Haxzan Wm M Llpeon
CORAL WAY 2*25 SW 3rd Av*.
Phone: 854 3911 Dairy Service*
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Mam Sanctuary
Saturday morning t a.m.
S. Dade Campus 7500 SW 120th St
Lata Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m
ngLeh
iAdter
.Cantor
2X
Friday Evening Service* p.m.
Saturday Morning Service* I ml
Dr. Lehrman wM preach on
"A Prayer for Peace."
at 10 30 am
TEMPLE JUDEA
5600 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 867 5657
Michael B. Eleenctat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Qablaa
and the Southweat area
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional
1101SW12Ava 866-6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Ro* Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally Mlnyon for Yahrzeiten
Deify 7:46 a.m. 6 5:30 p.m.
Late Frl. Eve. Service 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18601 NE 22 Ay*
North Dad* Reform Congregation
Ralph P Klngsley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkas. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramssy. Administrslor
Sabbath Eve Servtcee 615 p.m.
(7:30 p.m on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Service*
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chas* Avenue at 41 at St.
Dr. Leon Kroniah 536-7231
Cantor David Convloar Liberal
Sabbath Sarvicee. Frl., 815 p.m.
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RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Btscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Ptione 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schlff.
Executive Vice President
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Beech 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abremowrtz
Friday sarvicee at 615 p.m.
Saturday service* at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Drive
Conaarvatfve
271-2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro, Rabbi
Visitors and gu**ts are welcome. 7
a.m. Mlnyan aervices, Mondays
and Thursdays Teitter Chapel. Frl..
May 30, 815 p.m.. Late Sabbath
Servtcee. Dr. Shapiro's addraec:
"Can Judaism Survive the
Challenge of the Cults?" Set., Mey
31.9 a.m.. Sabbath service*. TeMJer
Chapel.
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Public Notices ^
IN TNB CIRCUIT CCHJBT OF
TMB ILIVIMTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOB
DA DC COUNTY
IN RE The mim|t of
CARMEN M-CLAUGHLTN
Petitioner
and
THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN
Rsawavdent
NOTICE OT ACTION
TO THOMAS MCLAUGHLIN
c o Margaret
McLaughlin
901 Eaat S3 St
New Tort City.
Sew Tort
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action for Dissolution of
Marriage na beer, filed
against you And you ara
required to Mnt copy of your
written defense*, if any to it on
CARMEN MCLAUGHLIN
Petitioner whoa* addne* Is
C o LIEBERMAS BEN
AMIN A ASSOCIATES P A
rrrr Sunset Drive MUml
Flonde S31ST Phone SOS 3MS
on or before June ID 1M0 and
file Uie original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
W itnesa my hand and the seal
of this Court on May 19M
Richard P Bnnker Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
B> C P Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
"- May II 23 SO
June* IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civ.I Action No M'lOFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
LN RE The marnagi
Li CY p:zer
- A.fe
and
MHJ ZEJt
Responded: Husband
D v ardFtter
i Residence jnknow-
at presen:
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
al at. action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been fi.ed against you and vou
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses if a-
FLELBHER AND REICH
LEU attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 430 Lincoln
Road. Suite 43* Miami Beec*
Florida 331SS and file the
origin*, w-.tf. the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
Juno 25 :no otherwise a
default w.n be entered against
you >r the relief demanded m
the complaint or petiuor.
WTT- hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 14 day of May
MM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By WUuc Bradshaw Jr
As Deput) Clerk
QfeuM Court Seal
law offices of
fleisher and rcichler
Barry c fleisher es 4X Line out Road Suite 4
Miami Beac.-. Fionda 33:31
S06 44 SMC
Attomev for Petitioner
23 SO .'jmI IS IBSO
. !
NOTICE OT ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TM ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANC FOR DADE COUNTY
c>i ActMM n* st-sasi
FAMILY DIV
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN NX
RUBEN MOCOMBE
Pweuoner
and
LASbOSA MOCO!
NOTICE Of ACTtOH
CONST* UCTIV* SBRVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
in THE CIRCUIT COUNT ON
TNI CLCVCNTH JUDICIAL.
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civ,I let* No s NJsN FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
d RE The marriage of
ZENA1DA RODRIGUEZ
DC LIRA
Petitioner Wife
and
JOSE MANUEL LIRA
Respondent Husband
TO JOSE MANUEL LIRA
Bloque 14 Apto B 4
Urb 10
Rinconada cocne
Caracas Veneauela
YOU ARE HEREBT NOT!
FIED thai an action tor
Dissolution of Marriage baa
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses if an) to
it on A KOSS attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
101 Northwest 12 Avenue
Miami Florida S313S and file
the original with the cJert of
the above ityled court on or
before June SO 1SS0 otherwise
a defa-lt ... be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS -> hand and the
sra. of said court al Miami
Florida on this 14th day of May
IM
RICHARD P BKINKEK
AaCtart Or cut l Court
I ale Count > Florida
Rv Clarinda Brown
Ai Dafwts Clerk
- -uit Court Sea.
v. KOSS
kTTORNKT AT LAN P A
M_a.~-.. na Bin
. -^44
v ~- for Pelitiore-
Mav :3 SO
;. INK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Caie No at naSFC
NOTICE OF ACTION
:n Ht n arnagi
UTTER* N
Petitioner Husband
and
\ II INI I ATTERSON
Respond'
\JEANE
n rs n
o4< Harrington Court
-.ngfield
Virginia 21 S3
ARE HEREBY N
that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against >ou and that
>ou are required to serve a
copy j< your Response or
:.fig to the Petition upon
the Petitioner s altorr.
ARTHl R S DAVIS At Miami
Florida and file the origins.
Response or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the CS -
Court on or before the 2Tth da>
of June AD lsflD If you fail to
do so a Default Judgrnent will
be laser, against you for the
T*..rf demanded in the
Petition
DATED at Miami Dade
Count) Florida this ISAM dav
of Mav A D 1RM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bv A D Wade
May 23. 3D
June* IS INK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TNC CLCVSNTN JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PRORATE DIVISION
FILE MO N-JTM
CS RE ESTATE OF
JENNIE GOLUB
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GrvE.N mat the inisfgiml
desiring to engage in bussnsos
Joder the flcUOoue name CON
SOLT al am South Dadssaad
Boulevard Suite *d> Miami
Florida 11: M n tends to
register said name with the
Clerk of Use Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Consoudated
Technoiogies lac
' May : S M
June* itac
NOTICE or
ADNON1STRATIO.N
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED LN
SAID ESTATE
YOl- ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that the administration
of the estate of JENNIE
GOLUB. deceased late of
Dade County Florida File
Number K> S03* is pending m
the Circuit Court in and for
Dade Count) Florida Probate
Dnnsion the sddnas of which
is 3rd Floor Dade County
Courthouse T3 West Flagler
Street Miami Florida 33:30
The personal representatives
of this estate are ELAINE
MELNICK and HOWARD
MELNICK whose address is
3300 SW T*th Avenue Miami
Florida 331M The name and
address of the attorney for the
personal representatives are
set forth below
* persons having claims or
demands against this estate
are required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE PATE
V THE FIRST PI BLI
CATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with Usa dart of the above
court a written statement of
an) claim or demand the. Rsa|
have Eat"- CfeUsl RMM la
writing and must indicate "."'
basis for the claim the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attomev and the
amount eta I aim is
not yet due the da:- -
will become due shall be
lalad If the con-
ISM
e r. a. r .
be stated If the etata
ui be
v bed The claimant sna..
al copse* of the
of the above
~-C.e .-
\ per
present*-
AI! pernei* ..tterested
estate to whom a copv
.nistratior has
been mailed are required
*:th:n THREE M -
FROM THE DAT! F THI
v y
- Nona
- Usej ~ ~u-r -
'a. enge the vaudll) of the
deced. tsM
cations of the persona.
representatives or the \tnjr
or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
LND OBJI N. >T S<
- 1 WILL BE FOREVER
BARKK1
sTYS at Miami FIcndaor.
< dav of Ma> :M0
Howard Melnick
y kUM M-
As Persona. Representat:\e
of the Estate of
JENNIE GOLUB
Deceased
First publication of this notice
of administration on the 23 dav
of Ma>
UNBLKE R FERDIE
Of Law Offices of
AINBLKE R FERDIE
suiuns
eice de Leon Blvd
Cora, ulab.es FlondaSSlN
SOS 445 3&ST
v'.u rt.e> For
Personal Reprewer.laUvet
May 23 V
.1
TO: LA ROSA MOCOMBE
Genera. DeUeery
B. -v -e Hi.:.
TOU ARE HEREBT NOT!
r'lED nsal an action lor
I isawaitjor of Marriage has
bewsi Aled g- <"* you and you
ara raquired to serve a copy of
>our written lefenses if any to
it on BENNETT D FtLTZ.
- aq -. .*. to* rNoaakaai
hose address is ful SW :Jlh
wcrjje Miami Florida and
.e -Jle onginai wttll the clerk
the above styled court on or
jsfcai July .l :ssw uOsii n
will be entered
you lor the reuef
i the i-onvpisim or
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
GIVEN that the
desiring to engage u
under the fictitious
Mical t Ball bonds al OS NW
2th Avenue Miami Florida
33134 astoad to rwgister said
name with the CWk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
1 lag-rid Cope
MleklOope
Mav IMINiw
secutive weeks
J EWISH FLORXDLA N
WITNESS my hand and the
soal of said court at Miami
rtortsa oa this IS day of Mav
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsCtort Clrom Court
Dade County Florida
By V Barney
As Dopwty dark
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAA4E LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
GTVEN that the
dseuing to engage
under the
A*Jt ARIVM A PET SUP
PLIES UNLIMITED at P O
-
feataod to register
with the Clera of list Qrcuttl
Court of Dade County Fionda '
DandB Evans
.'osopn GrsaaRlart
Sarah Wesaabard
Sarah immra
May 23 SC
-eAiar
NOTICC OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF TNI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA.
IN AND FOR
DADS COO NT Y
CIVIL ACTION NO BV474I FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIE DENISE MON-
DE SIR
Pellfl.....r wa
and
MAX J MONDE!IR
Reapondssit lliwbaisl
TO MR MAXJ MONDESIR
TOU ARE HEREBT
NOTuTLED that aa action tor
Piaanhmon of Mamag* aas
boon fUwd against yov and you
are required to sai i a copy of
your wrtOen Isfahan if any to
it oa Howard N GaJbul at
tor Petitioner whose
J RM) Waahingtor.
Avenue Miami Beach
Florida SSSa and Cto the
onginsU with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June lath. lsw otherwise a
default will be entered against
you tor the reOef demanded tr.
the corr.piaint or petition
This aooce sna_ be jndihanait
once each seek tor tour con-
secutive weeks is THE
JEWISH FLORII : v>
WTTNESB my hand and the
sea. of said court at Miami.
P c.-.da -r _-^s _t lav :f Ma<
isao
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsCjara Circuit Cou
DadeOouaay Fionda
By N A HEWXTT
\s Deputy Ctors
HOWARD N GAL1-
E SQUIRE
c a GALBLT GALBIT a
MEN IN P A
A'
Miami Bwach
avaw May* .4
i swan ktM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I NO PROPERTY)
IN TNC CIRCUIT COVET OF
THC ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AMD FOR DADC COUNTY
c i v .i Actsaa Ma. ss-nas FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOS1 DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ALEJANDRO YBARRA
Petitioner Husband
and
GRACE YBARRA
Respondent Wife
TO GRACE YBARRA
ISM Cedar Drive
Kllleen Texas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if an) to
it on MICAHEL P WEI9-
BERG attornc) for Petitioner
whose address is 420 Lincoln
Road Suite JSS Miami Beach
Florida 3313* and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
June 2T ltso otherwise a
default Mil be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published
once each week for four con
secutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
\- .-- --v hand and the
ea Of said court at Miami
FVonda on this 13 day of Mav
RICHARD P BRINKER
^urt
I is Fionda
By Ai..ie Bradshaw Jr
v- : ., .-. Sart
-A
'
n Road Suite 3*3
MkawiifTiarfl Fionda SSiSS
s -j: cqsi
- : .: i
Mav
law:
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
S HEI
I irned

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said
( the
.v -1 v
Florida
Ber
, tereat
Zielonka
- -terest
CRM Ma.
I isao
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY
- lersigrved
itoainav] | r- :. -j naiM of
, N .- SER\ :<.>:< *:
V asal F.a
33134 intends I rogtoaer said
name with tr. < the
-
Fionda
(toiaid I v- tones
May SO
June* IS SI IRK
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
s Tl I IS HEREBY
N thai :.te jnders^rned
-. 'tgage tr. bus.-rw
..-xler the fictitious lame
11 :\'.K<-vi\>
at 3A30 Palm Avenue Hia '-
;. intends to register
said name w im the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Cou-tv
Eorida
PEDRO TRETO
GuUlermo Soatcnir. Eon.
Attorney for
Hot.) dav investments
ISO; West Flagier Street
Miami FL 13131
May SO
Juewt is SB USH
NOTICE UNOCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIYEN that the ^.dergned.
desiring to engage -n buasness
under the fictitious tame El
Ponce de Lsor. Convalescent
Center intends to register said
name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Eastman Rehae
Isaac Mutrah.
Csnler lac
president
Vs.SC
s&EjV-aAv.
NOTICE UNOCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT
N that the anderssgned
desirmg to engage at ?_sLtess
~n&tr the T.ctttious tame
LMI L> MED IMPORT a
at sSS SW ist
Street Suite Ml 4 Miami Fto.
1S1SS mlends tc register said
name with the Clerk of the
. : Court of Dade County
Florida
Rodosto Paavcue Owner
May Si
II
IN THE CIRCUIT i
FOE
DADC COUNTY F LOR IDA
PRORATE DIVISION
Divtosaaas
IN RE ESTATE OF
Moms Schwaruunan
NOTTCEOr
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES
TATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Morris
Schwaruman deceased. FUe
Number SO asaa ts pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County Florida Probate
Division, the address of which
is T3 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida The personal
representative of the estate is
Morton Nathan Schwaruman
whose address is c o Kwitney
Kroop a Sc hem berg PA 430
Lincoln Rd Miami Beach
Fla The name and address of
the persona, representative s
altorne) are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUB
ICATlON OF THIS NOTICE
to file with the clerk of the
above court a wntten state-
ment of anv riaim or demand
ihev ma) have Each claim
must be in writing and must
:e the basis for the clalm.
the name and address of the
tor or his agent or at
sad UM amount
rd If the Cairn is not yet
due the date when It will
- e due sha.: be staled If
the clain atskfjanl or
..dated the nature of the
- stated If
secured the
r* desenbed
rhs
[ the claim to
-
personal
v ;. -~ te rested
rstaU
sre required
nrTHIN THREE MONTHS
4TE OF THE
s OF
MOTTO to file any
ofeje nay have thai
I the
ISm
..' :-e personal
repreatnlalls4 r '.re etue or
jurisdiction of the court
v LAIMS DEMANDS
LNI OBJECTIONS NOT SO
HE FOREVER
BARK
I ate of the Brat ;
tall Notice of
May 30 leSD
M. rtOB Nathan Sc.twartit-.a.-
Ma- -4-txrta-
arasWal Represettatlves
Batata I
MORK1-- X.-HRTZMl\
rased
\TT> IRNET FOR PERS< N *:
RXI RESENTATIVB
-.. Kroop a
it baaaswra p a
." -nco Jt Road N c HI
MiamiBaack F.or.dassiss
Te^pnone SSI T?^
btaj X> June I IM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADC COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case Na 'MH
NOTICE SY PUBLICATION
LN RE The marriage of
4.M REW LXDKIEWia:
PeUUoner H_sbar.d
and
PEARL LEDKIEWICZ
Respondant Wnw
TO PEARL LEDKIEWICZ
Address '. tanowt
Ressdence Unknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that a Petition tor Dto
solution of Marriage baa been
EtoS against you and you ara
rawpsjsad to serve a copy of
your Answer or plaaSlng to the
Petition on H jebaad attar-
nay ALAN S KXSSLER SkB
Co Line Avenue Suite MS.
Miami Beach riorlda 3X1SS
and file the onginai Answer or
pi lilting is the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the day of July isao
otherwise a Dofau.t Judgment
wtu be enured against you
DATED at Miami Dade
County Florida Uus 2T dav of
May ;mc
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clark of the
Circuit Court
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Mav SO
.'-ne -.1 M laao
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAMC LAW
S HEREBY
EN that the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAA4E LAW
HEREBT
s -.: -.
engage _-
sader Bta
NAKTLNE2 vM MEDINA al
12SJ nw rsk a circto
Mar-. Flondo aSHRd
registsr said name wsta the
Clerk of the Circuit Osstrt of
Dade Count) Finn da
Ernests** Martiaex Owner
Margamo !
June! 1 X a
'.he fictitious tames of
AMERICA WIDE N
NC 1 b a
A MEN S UT M BILE
CLUB d b a "RICK
V TV>R CXel B at
413 NW 12th Avenue M
Fionda. irtead to reg.ste
tanses wit.- the Ora
Circuit Court of Dade i
la
ABR.4M ."..: ME R
PRESII I
TIN < CLEMER
Secretary Treasurer
May I. .4 33 30 ISRO
NOTbCC UNDER
NOTICE IS HERbi
GIVEN that the an"
desiring to engage in c.
under the flcotiovi, ^T?1
US IN8L-RANCE HReS? '
COMPANT d b Sn
at Sis NW urtr. A^!f
Miami. Fionda ..-tend
register said namei with a
Oarb of the Circuit Courtl
Dade County Fionda
Abram Clemer
TlnaClemer
June! n so
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME, ._
NOTICE IS ni-RFt
<;ivt:n that _?., .-.i,r,
desiring to engar ;r bu-
under the fictitious nam. ,
SOL-NDS TERRIFir at i
Frank Streikow .-^ ru-
t^apital Bank Bu .ding ]
Kenned) Cauaews)
Bay \illage ^ snda j
intends u, raglater said ,
with the Ctart of the Circs
Court of Iiede Cour tj Flor
Al Hoffman
FranM Streikow and Gy
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Pa*?.' 1 IB
look Back at Events
\leading to Partition
lores closer and closer in its effort to Stuff
}ack into its pre-1948 borders, the whole question of
uthtuvrU more
irvlback into its
! Palestine partition plan is open for discussion once
The llntishbacked plan to reunite UN lies 242
i the mtihtmare that the original United Nationt
(tow "" *. .. r__.--i. b .- n_i--.-_______..-.i/
to establish a Jewish State in Palestine may itself
Sunder renewed scrutiny Follow inn Ui a review of the
Wonc
flan
iventt leading up to the original UN partition
h^0n Chronicle Syndicate
fhi]e Britain* wartime
Government under Mr.
S,ri Winston Churchill
ued the anti Zionist policy
the 1939 White Paper on
juh. the Prime Minister
as secretly planning to
it by sponsoring a new
mon scheme for the
juhment of a Jewish State.
for details of the scheme and
abandonment bv Churchill
the assassination of Lord
it* in ("aim by members of
Sm Group in 1944 formed
basis of a lecture by Lord
hell, the Conservative
and historian, to the
ituw of Jewish Affairs in
a recent l>
THE AUTHOR of Palestine
-_-.. Ird Bethell has spent
Til years researching the
period of the British
aHu
Hi lecture Britain's Plan to
lion Palestine in 1944 the
Evidence, was based on
tly released and formerly
i. documenta.
Urd Bethell recalled that the
wnatiu Party, by and
nvictioo with
I, abova all. the
legl I >:. that the aban-
merit of support for the
MM endeavor and a pro Arab
nutioti were vital to the
cause during tha Sacond
: War .mil tn Britain's
rial int.rests afterwards
Nthelea nid, Chun-hill
Hand the hope ol ravening
.i tirst suitable
rtunit)
A LIFE LONG supporter of
" I hun hill had pn>mised
l hmm W.i/mann that he
Id plunge his hand into the
and extra* t a real plum for the
iaU
r. the torm of a Cabinet
mittee. composed of 10
sters and chaired by Herbert
mson (later Lord Morrison).
*n was s,t up in the summer
'^) with the specific task of
,0ing the Arab-Jewish
*flict in Palestine
8y mid-December of that year.
Morrison Committee had
nted its initial report, from
&i only one member, the
"P> Office Minister. Richard
'" dissented
TV report proposed a partition
destine and the establish
of a Jewiah State in
"Manes more favorable than
*d in the Peel partition
l*hich the Zionist Congress
'cceptedin 1937).
Tr*E COMMITTEES final
0rt- in October. 1944, was
re favorable to the Jews.
11 also envisaged that the
' *ould eventually Be in-
Jin the Jewish State.
Jycouuntttaj, also recom
. "Wed that ita partition plan
r*W through whatever the
PPosition "
J!'!,0PPOsilion WM *>i *" that
Em,d.?b1*- It came mainly from
roreijm Office. Indeed.
iCh r- ShW thBt even lhe
Ip.i (mmiaaioner for
VmT S,r Harold
Hm, el and *ven the Prime
, .?** f Jordan and Iraq had
toncen? won over "> **"
|P*W lh* Petition of
lhe a ? ." the oru> >ution to
rArab-Jew,sh conflict
the details of the report to I >r
Wei/mann early in November,
adding that the pan it ion plan
would be implemented after the
end of the war
However, on Nov. 6. Lord
Moyne. the British Resident
Minister in Cairo an old and
dear personal fnend of the Prime
Minister was assassinated by
two members of the Stern Group
Lord Bethell stressed that
although the Morrison partition
plan survived the Moyne
assassination, the killing had a
"devastating' effect on Churchill
personally and in Britain
senerallv
Lord Moyne had been among
the ministers who had supported
the establishment of a Jewish
State in a partitioned Palestine,
and Churchill could not un-
derstand the motives of the
If our dreams of /.lonism are
to end in the smoke ol aaaaasins
pistols, and our labors tor its
future to produce only a new set
of gangsters worths of Nazi
Gorman) many like myself will
have -> raconaider the dos;-.
we have maintained so con
latently and to Ion*: m the past
the Prime Mititoter declared
HE W As only parti) mollified
by the tact that the official
Zionist leadership headed i>>
l)r Weizmann and David Ben
(iunon had condemned the
assassination and embarked
upon cooperation with the British
b) supplying them with a lust of
names of *hi members of the
Irgun Zvai Leumi and the Stern
(iroup
lx>rd Bethell pointed out that
the handing over ol members ol
the underground to the British
remained a vary sanaitive and
controversial issue m Israel.
But what the official Zionist
leadership had known and
their opponents in the lrgun had
not was that, at stake at the
time was the British plan for the
establishment of a Jewish State
in Palestine
The official Zionist leaders
hoped that, by cooperating with
the Bntish in Palestine, they
would revive Churchill's teal for
the setting up of a Jewish State.
However, their hope was in vain.
The single, dramstic act of
assaasinating Lord Moyne
"totally destroyed Churchill s
enthusiasm for the partition
plan."
DESPITE promptings from
Morrison, no progress was made
in the closing months of 1944 or
in early 1945. In March. Churchill
agreed to put the partition plan
on the agenda of a Cabinet
session, but he postponed it once
again because of the death of
President Roosevelt. having
decided that the matter should be
left to the Parliament yet to be
elected and to the international
peace conference after the war.
He remained unmoved by an
urgent letter from Dr. Weumann
(in May. 19451 that this is the
hour to liquidate the White Paper
and to proclaim a Jewish State.
In fact. Chun-hill's last ut
terance on the subject before
leaving office in July. 1945. was
the bitter observation: "I am not
aware of the slightest advantage
which accrued to Britain from the
Zionist enterprise He
suggested that Britian should
throw in her hand and let others
- ,,,1,.. t Kb omlllem of
Peter Heller, JNFLeader
Richard PaUot
RichardPaUot,
Royal Trust
Presideru\Dies
Richard A Pallot. 50, presi-
dent and chief executive officer of
Royal Trust Bank Corp Miami,
died Wednesday at Miami Heart
Institute. The funeral was set for
Friday at Cordon Funeral Home.
Mr Pallot was also vice
president of the Florida Region of
Royal Trust Company, head-
quartered in Montreal He was a
partner in the law firm of Pallot.
Stern and Pollack. Miami
He was educated at the
I niversity of Florida
Mr Pallot was former chair-
man of the Hoard of Business
Regulation of the State of
Florida He was a member of the
Young Presidents Organization.
Florida Council of hki. Opera
(iuild ol (ireater Miami, the
board ol governors of the I'ni-
versit) "t Miami Medical School,
the hoard of directors ol National
Children sCardiac Hospital
II. was a member of the
Florida Dade County and A mer-
it an Bar Ksaociation, a member
ol the Tiger Bay Club. King's
Ba> Yacht and Country Club.
standard Club. Bankers Club
and \merican Club
Surviving are his wife
Rosalind, and two children.
Joseph W and Melissa.
Jack Filosof,
Zionist Dies
Funeral services were held
Wednesday for Jack Filosof of
Miami Beach, a life long member
of the Zionist Organization who
was active and president of
numerous Zionist organizations
He died Sunday.
Surviving are his children. Guy
Filosof. Marcelle Kaplan and
Donald Kaplan; sister. Hinda
Kaufman of Paris; and grand-
children. Karen and Mark
Milask. Kathy Kaplan, Anette
Filosof and Erik Filosof
Interment was in Mt Sinai
Cemetery.
BERNARD
Jack 7.' of Miami Beach died May 24
Mr Bernard I* survived by his wife.
Ituth rus sons. Richard I' Harry A
Caroli Michael I '^"V-', 'nd
David H Kaye. his grandchildren.
Rachel, Ellen. Michelle. Randall
Steven and Miranda, his brothers and
sustersin law. Ben and Bessie Ulller.
Father I'opkln and Anne Sllverman
Mr Bernard was a resident of Miami
ilea. h line* i37 and was formerly in
UM COfltrucUoa business He was a part
trustee of the Miami Beach Klks l-od;e
Mid a member of the Hibiscus I-cdge
f'*\M iji-orite t;ershwinj^d({e. K of
pihs Miami Beach B nal B rith
l-oeUze anil many other charitable and
fraternal oifanlaaUoni sarvtcea were
,.|,l Ma) M t the Newman Funeral
Mom.- Interment Mt NeboCemetry
K H ol Miam. Beach .t>etl May i*
,",vi.tent ..i um community in years
l ,.., NY iryivad bj wile.
n,,m.- ton Boh Wallers .laughter
v,,, Horn ton in law l-onan1 Hose
,,, | p-and. hlloren f iinaral *"'<
,, Mi i.evinr were held at the
Riverside chapel with Kr-veside er-
w, ,., follow Ilia on Tuesday at the Mt
Ptoaaaai Smatary aatchaatai
Peter Heller, former publicity
director tor the Miami Jewish
National Fund and past
president of the Hiscavrie
Democrat Club, died Saturday at
a Miami Heath nursing home He
was Tei
A resident of Miami Beach for
27 years. Mr Heller was a native
of New York City and worked as
a crime reporter for The Xew
York Journal in the 1930s and
1940s. He was instrumental in
organizing the Big Brothers
movement in New York City's
slum areas.
During his tenure as publicity
director for the Jewish National
Fund. Mr Heller handled public
relations tor entertainer Joey
Bishop and former Israeli prime
minister and ambassador Abba
I ban He also was a member of
the Miami Beach Klks Lodge and
I ample Kmanu-el
Survivors include his wife.
Martha: sons. Avrum. Michael
and I)r Arthur Rosenthal;
daughter. Tena Heller; brother.
Nat: sisters. Mrs. Ina Klipstein
and Bea Krasner; and 11
grandchildren.
Services were held at Newman
Chapel Interment was in
Lakeside Memorial Park
Ted Shapiro, Pianist, Composer
Ted Shapiro. 80. of Miami
Beach, a 40-year resident, for-
merly of New York, died May 26.
He was a pianist and noted
composer of "Ask Anyone in
Love" and If I Had You" and
had been accompanist for Sophie
Tucker for more than 40 years.
RUTTENBERO
Hattie. 74. of Hallindale. a resident
since 11164. formerly of Pittsburgh. Pa .
Squirrel Hill She is survived by her
loving children. Arnold of Pittsburgh.
Paul of Miami and Sheryl 1-ang of
Miami, the cherished grandmother of
I She was a member of Hadassah a
the O K S Services were held Wed-
neadaj II a m Craveside at the Star
ol David in Miami Donations should be
made to the American Cancer Society
The Riverside had charge of
arrangements
DAVIS
Tlllle M ol Hollywood M.t> iS She
ina made her home here foi the past in
, oming from Chicago w lie of the
late ix)ui> Davla mother "i the late
Irving Davis Doroth) rsoltiman ol
Miami and Marion Qelfand il Holly
.,..! .uid Rom Foraaah ol Santa Bar
bars Calll u grandchildren and is
. gi andchlldren Qravea V er
vlcea and kntermenl *er- held Tueada)
al Lakeside Memorial Park undei lhe
. i ktrdon Funeral Home
FIERSTAT
Ida 7\i died Ma) -' realdenl ol
Miami .''i years coming from Bi
s v she n survived bv son Teddj
Shelley I Ol Miami daughtel Uirraine
Kin UoldamiUi "i Miami -it grand
children. Jell Sheldon Debbie Howie
in and Gar> two greal frand
. hlldren Jaaon and Heathei Iravi
lervices were held Ma) -,,; In lhe
Lakeside Memorial Park Cemeler)
undei the direction *>! Gordon Funeral
Home
GOLDMAN
Paul. B8, North Miami Beach, Mai -l
\ > vcar realdenl former!) ol New
York Surviving are his wilt Ituth ton
Stephen >>i N.-t York, daughtel S
Shlland and son In law Konaltl. ami
grandson vdam Shiland ol Hir
mlngham via alater Rosalind
Kulbereh t>l Ba) Harbor Kor main
wean he owned Ooodman service
Station on Miami Beach He was an
ufflcei ot Kuhc s Bumper* Funeral
service! were held Mat H al the
Klveralde with Intermenl in lakeside
Memonal Park
Surviving are his wife Susan:
daughter. Jennie Shapiro and
Lynn Shapiro Welsh; son John
Shapiro; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were private
with the Riverside in charge of
arrangements.
HF.KNKNOPF, Emanuelof Davle
I1IHI.I) Philip Blackle.' 77 Miami
H, a< h May 2* Newman 1-akeside
FKI.HMAN. Eleanore. May 24
IKh;oKA1>. Barbara South Miami
' K .In-, l.ak.-sidr
F1TKI.SON. Walter. 67. Bay Harbor
Island May 25 Riverside
KDll'FI. Ksther. 70. North Miami
H.-ai h Kiverslde
Kl N/.MAN Isadore J 7S, North Hay
V illage May 26 Kiverslde
M \NN Norton ^S. Hollywood May 25
Kiverslde Star of David
PKRLOW. Meyer J 92. Miami Heach
Kubin Mt Sinai
KATNER Rebecca. SB, North Miami
H.-.n i Mat -! Kiverslde
REDSTONE Roe*. M l-iuderdali
Lakes Sinai Memorial ChapeJ
FENTON
Florence Miami Beach, Ma) 211 she is
lit her husband David.
([hiei Susan k. Kennedy; grand-
ghlel Kim F Kennedy, limthers.
Sldne) Stone and
and iiatei Evelyn
mi held Mat -':; *ith en-
at I ikeid* Memorial Park
I.EHKM \n vlberl Ma) I River
i, Ml Sebo
. ,i'i linn lame* *4 Ma) Ml
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UKi in Norman Ma) i Rlveraldv
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