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

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

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rJewiisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
_ Number 28
Miami. Florida Friday, June 6, I'.>>
By Mil W) Cents
Price 35 Cantl
fictory for Arafat?
European Community Prepares to Recognize Palestinians
IjCTORM BIENiTOCI
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fthegres" M political and
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iu h>. practica ol
I. recosmiatd
| ship and
dation as the

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|Jg with the
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ii the)
Palestine
M the
ii the
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of a
v rhej have
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pll -elf
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ii in world
far '-hit the
|rn given any
mot emenl
lal standing
' ii ions, official
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ven a IN
i- h t h- I'nited
state- pays some 25 percent of
the coat] (,, propagandize the
Pasaetine \ral> cause It has
m reasons in Vienna and other
capitals which enjo) all
diplomatic privileges except the
lormal recognition of
repraaentative oi .1 sovereign
state
PLO offic ia Is sen e as
mediators m disputes betweei
\ral> states, hold membership
and vote in t he Krai ind
ha\e a considerable aj in
determining l^eegue polic)
I uropaan il al listen
deferentiall) when Krafal talks
Lit M iddle I asl pn iblema
Good Social I (emocral s like \\ ill)
hrandt ol Weal German) and
Mrnno Kreisk) ol Austria vie
with a patrician like Uiscard
d'Estaing ol Erance m homage to
th' PLO chieftain
It iv almost impossible to
conjure up t h- name ol an)
organization comparable to the
PLO, although .1 king
historian Wkr Barbara Put hn
might ha able to find .1 parallel
with the Vehme, the medieval
pracuraot ol the Nazis which
BDUghl 10 establish its own law in
disregard of the boundaries
iliMtlin^ the principalities and
fiefdoms The PLO is in fact a
supra national organization
which professes to be national
liberation movement
IT HAS AN international
arm) with some elements, likeea
either pro\ ided b) or
controlled b) .1 non-Palestinian
power It is based on the territor)
ol other nations, u is well armed
b) ;lie So\iet I nion, and itb
, xisti n< 1 and presence .ire the
most scrums militar) threat to
the regimes ol .1 hall dozen shak)
\r.di oil dynasties Not to be
forgotten is the war the PLO
waged I Black Septemberl to
depose King Hussein in Jordan
Still unresolved is the tradeg)
ol Lebanon where PLO forces,
supported b) the Syrian \rm>.
destroyed the onl) democratic
Continued on Page6-A
Next Step
ational Revulsion
irrorist Bombings Bring
\nger and Repudiation
Jerusalem Slated
To be 'De-Judaized'
By YITZHAK KABI
n YORK I.IT A)
Brads Xnihassador to
I S Ephraim Evron.
kharply omdemned the
kings in Kamallah,
lus and Hebron.
ring there was no
tification whatsoever
ach heinous acts."
f<* I remarks were made in
ft to reporters' questions
Halloran House here
tht Israi envoj arrived
fcjl 87th annual
1 <>mmission of
|ati-Defan ation League of
B'rith 1 address itself
|closed t.. the press at
i request
ft ARK shocked by what
d lin the West'Bank),
lemn it in the
strongest term. the
Ambassador said He express,,:
hop.' the bombing, which
resulted in 13 casualties, will not
do any harm to the pi
process m the Mideast and to
the efforts to reach an autonomv
agreement for the Palestinians in
the West Hank and (ia/a
He said the Government of
Israel will do its utmost to
apprehend the culprits and
punish them But he said it
should be realized that the in
i ideal was an isolated cam
which we daapt) condemn
The AOL alao condemned the
incident In statement iaauad
here. Maxwell E Gwenberg,
\Dl.s national chairman, ex
neaasajd lympath) for the
victims of than* heinous acts of
terror" and said that wanton
terrorism from an> lOUrCI i
Continued on Page 2 A
M \\ YORK One of the
most successful public relations
campaigns ol this century" has
redefined the issues in the Middle
l..si conflict from Israel's
securit) to Palestinian elf-
determination." according to a
Protestant theologian, the Rev
Isaai I Rottenberg.
In this distorted" picture of
the actual situation, he said.
Israel ihe David of the Middle
I ast, threatened by the Goliath
ol ,, hostile Vrab world, is viewed
a- the powerful oppressor of an
exiled people
REV. ROTTENBERG made
his remarks in an address on
Christiana and Israel: New
Problems tor the 80s" before
\ nt i I )etamation l-eague of B nai
Brith leaders attending the
agenc) national commission
meeting in New York last
weekend
He said the redefinition" had
become blinded ith all sorts of
Continued on Pafje K-A
Mission to Remember
Trips Abroad Miamians
Will Never Forget
The most com-
prehensive, innovative
missions program in the
history of the Greater
Miami Jewish community
will kick off the 1981 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Eund of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
According to Norman
Braman, general chairman
of the 1981 CJA-IEF, the
missions program will help
maintain the pace set
during 1980. which re-
corded the largest increase
of any major campaign in
the United States, and was
the most successful peace-
time campaign in the
history of Greater Miami
Jewry.
THE PROGRAM will be high
lighted by four separate trips, de-
parting Miami for different
points on the globe, and all
uniting at the end of October in
Continued on Page 10-A
rhe A/etv Look
KK Leader Runs for Spot in California's Primary
'JOSEPH POLAEOr?
JSHlNGTi in UTAI -
W to the near victory by
'**> Nayi who 5,)UKht the
**n nomination for State
-. in North
' Ma> 6 primary is the
J.b>a' ivosrad Ku Klux
*Mer for the Democratic
b* Congress in
California's primary June 3
Harold Covington. who at 26
heads the National Socialist Part)
of America which also is known
as the American Na/i Party,
drew 43 percent of the vote in
North Carolina and carried I
the state's 100 conn;
However, a format federal
proeecutoi Keith Soydef
chosen b) the Republicans over
Co\ ington
l\ CALIFORNIA'S 43rd
Congressional District, which
embraces part oi San Diego and
communities northward in-
cluding La Jolla, Oceanside and
Riverside, torn Met/gar. tor
merl) the grand 'lr^"n "
now state chairman Ol
California's KKK, tried to be the
Democratic nominee to oppose
the incumbent. Republican Clair
Burgener who is looking for his
fifth term, on Tuesday.
While Met/gar was considered
a like!) winner against
unknowns competing tor the
Democratic nomination. the
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Coordinated West Bank Bombings
JERUSALEM (JTAI
Coordinated bomb
attacks against prominent
West Rank leaders
severely wounded Mayor
Rassam Shaka of Nablus
and Mayor Karin Khallaf
of Ramallah Monday and
caused grave injuries to a
police sapper who was
attempting to dismantle a
bomb intended for Mayor
Ibraham TawU of El Rireh.
Seven other people were
wounded when a bomb exploded
in an Arab school in the center of
Hebron. The school is located in
a building once owned by Jews.
The blasts in widely separated
towns occurred almost simul-
taneously.
IT IS widely acknowledged in
Israel and on the West Bank
that the outrage was the work of
Jewish extremists, who have
already taken "credit" for the
attacks in revenge for the
ambush killings of six yeshiva
students by terrorists in Hebron
exactly one month ago.
Mayor Shaka had both of his
legs amputated at Rafadiya
Hospital in Nablus. Mayor
Khallaf. in Ramallah Hospital,
lost part of his left leg The
police sapper. treated at
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem,
lost both eyes and one arm. All
three men were reported in
serious condition.
The bombings initially
stunned the West Bank
populace, but anger quickly re-
placed the shock. Tension
reached a new high throughout
the territory, although Israeli
military authorities described
the situation as relatively calm.
There was a total strike in
Nablus and a partial one in
Ramallah.
SECURITY forces spent the
day attempting to disperse
student demonstrators in both
towns. Three youngsters were
wounded in the legs by Israeli
soldiers who came under a hail of
stones when they tried to
remova road block. They were
hospitalized.
The Town Councils of
Ramallah and Kl Bireh. ten miles
north of Jerusalem, convened in
emergency session in violation of
orders from the military govern-
ment. They were joined by sym-
pathy delegations from Hebron.
Bethlehem and Halhoul. The
Town Council of Gaza resigned
en masse to protest "the
negative developments in the
territories."
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, in his first act as interim
Minister of Defense, ordered
security forces to launch a com-
prehensive investigation to find
those responsible for the
bombings.
HE DESCRIBED them as
"crimes of the worst kind." But
he rejected demands by the
Peace Now Movement and the
Sheli faction to immediately
disarm the Gush Emunim and
other Jewish extremists and
place their settlements and
living quarters under curfew.
"We are a state of law. and as
long as we have no proof, we
should not cast suspicions
against anybody." Begin said. It
was recalled however that after
the Hebron killings on May 2.
that town was placed under a
curfew which lasted 12 days, and
scores of local Arabs were
rounded up for questioning.
Begin said that as a human
being he expressed sorrow over
the acts and shared the grief of
the families of the victims.
Deputy Prime Minister Yigael
Yadin. leader of the Democratic
Movement, expressed "shock"
over the assassination attempts
but said he was confident that
the security agencies would find
those responsible and put them
on trial.
SHAUL ROSOLIO. a Labor
MK and former Chief of Police,
presented an urgent motion to
the Knesset condemning the
outrage I-abor MK Yossi Sand
said bombs "blasted to
smithereens any illusion that
Israel could maintain its control
of the administered territories
indefinitely."
MK Chaike Grossman >f
Mapam sent a telegram to Begin
demanding that Israel's special
anti-terrorist squad be put on
the trail of the perpetrators
immediately The Hadash Com-
munist Party issued a statement
blaming the Gush Emunim and
Rabbi Meir Kahane's extremist
KACH movement for the bomb-
ings
Kahane's group has long been
agitating for vigilante action
against West Bank Arabs, and
Kalian.' himself was placed
under administrative arrest last
month for allegedly harassing
Arabs. KACH spokesmen denied
any connection with the bomb-
ings but implied that they ap-
proved of the acts.
YOSSI DAYAN. an aide to
Kahane. told reporters that the
bombing* were "the tip of the
Iceberg' compared to what
would happen if the proposed
autonomy plan was implemented
on the West Bank. He said he
had not been approached by the
police so far and had nothing to
hide from them.
The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
issued a strong condemnation of
National Revulsion
Terrorist Bombings Bring
Anger and Repudiation
Continued from Page 1 A
abhorrent and contrary to the
universal principles of human
decency. The perpetrators of
these crimes should be brought
to justice as swiftly as possible."
HOWARD J. SQUADRON.
president of the American
Jewish Congress. issued a
statement warning that the
terrorists action "can serve only
to heighten tension in the West
Bank." he added:
"Just as we condemn the
terrorists attacks against in-
nocent Israelis by the PLO. so
do we denounce these vicious
murder attemps against West
Bank elected officials whether
perpetrated by misguided Jewish
zealots or by Arab rivals.
"There is no excuse or
justification for those who take
the law into their own hands, be
they Jews or Arabs. Terrorism is
ugly and senseless, no matter
who resorts to it. We are con-
fident that Israeli officials will
take every action necessary to
bring these criminals to justice,"
Squadron said.
the bombings. An Embassy
spokesman said. "This is yet
another incident in the vicious
circle of hostility and counter-
hostility." Officials at the Egyp-
tian Embassy also denounced
the attacks and said Egypt
opposed any kind of violence
from whatever source.
Police reported that their
initial investigation showed that
the three bombs intended for the
Arab mayors were planted in the
same manner, attached to the
left front wheels of the mayors'
cars and wired to detonate either
when the ignition key was
turned or when the door on the
driver's side was opened
THE FIRST blast wrecked
the car of Mayor Khallaf of
Ramallah Brig. Gen Binyamin
Ben-Eliezer. Commander of the
West Bank, immediately ordered
police sappers to inspect the cars
of all West Bank mayors. In
Mayor Shakas' case, the police
arrived too late In Kl Bireh. the
mayor escaped injury, but the
police sapper assigned to his car
was badly injured.
Ben-Elk'zer toured the West
Bank by helicopter and visited
the town* where the bombings
m'curred. He was accompanied
by I.t Gen. Moshe Levy, com-
mander of the central region.
Asked if the army was taken
b) surprise by the violence. Ben-
Elie/er told reporters. "The
army has always been ready."
He refused further comment.
IN JERUSALEM meanwhile.
police checked the homes and
cart of all Arab dignitaries. They
ware placed on special alert to
prevent possible demonstrations
by the Arab population in East
Jerusalem.
The question remained as to
whether the events would further
aggravate the grave situation on
the West Bank where protests
have been mounting against
what the local populace regards
as increasingly tough measures
by the Israeli authorities.
Tension has been running high
since the summary deportations
of Mayor Fahed Kawasme of
Hebron. Mayor Mohammed
Milhim of Halhoul and Kadi
(Religious Judge) Rajeb Buyud
Tamimi of Hebron in the after-
math of the May 2 killings Last
month, the Supreme Court gave
the government 45 days to show
cause why the deportation orders
should not be rescinded.
Ironically. Mayor Shaka of
Nablus was ordered deported
last year because of allegedly
anti Israel remarks he made in a
private conversation with an
Israeli official. The Supreme
Court was also involved in that
case, but the military govern-
ment withdrew the deportation
order before the court could act
on an appeal by Shakas family.
OBSERVERS believe that
Israeli security forces will have a
difficult time maintaining order
on the West Bank in the weeks
to come as a result of these
events. Hundreds of students
demonstrated outside the Nablus
Hospital where Shaka was
undergoing surgery.
Many wore masks and waved
Molotov cocktails over their
heads. Soldiers and reporters
who approached them were
greeted with stones and shouted
slogans such as "Israel, no, no,
no only PLO" and "End the
occupation The demonstrators
were dispersed by tear gas
The bombings overshadowed
Begins assumption of the
Defense Ministry post in an
attempt to defuse coalition
opposition to his proposed shift
of Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir to the Defense slot and
Energy Minister Yitzhak Modai
to the Foreign Ministry.
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Begin Takes Defense Minister's Post
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lakunmratior. reiterated that
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let the proper framework" for
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USSR for free Jewish emigration
in order to stop tta next
Holocaual
Speaking before a group ol
at a Solidarity Da) rail) for
Soviet Jean held at the Dale)
Center I'la/a. Slapak BBid his
paraBta and other -..- W'H
never tire of fighting tor their
right u> in- baa
"Soviet Jews are tirvd only ol
discrimination. Siepak -ai.i
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and slavery lie noted that since
his parents first applied tor exit
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visas in 1970. they were subject
to interrogation, imprisonment,
and harrassment
Sister Ann (iillen. executive
director. National Religious task
force on Soviet Jewry who met
the Slepaks in 1^74. noted that
S<>\ iet capnciousness in ad
ministering emigration
procedures has "deatroyed
familn'-
NKW YORK The Defense
Department ha- ordered the
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ltd) all promotion of the
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Arab Buys
Eden Roc
On Miami Beach
I he Eden Roc Hotel on the
oceanfront on Miami Beach has
become the second largest Arab
investment in Dade County The
Eden Ho*- was purchased last
Kridav b) a firm controlled by
the Saudi Arabian financier.
W'adji Tahlawi The pnee an-
nounced waa 112.5 million.
< inlv last month, the Kden Roc
was sold in a bankruptcy auction
for 15 1 million.
ALTHOUGH THE purchase
il the tir-t major Arab deal on
Miami Beach, it is second in
value rr. a Saudi firm s
acquisition of the 1 Biacayne
rower Building in Miami for $49
million
The new owner is known as the
Sheikh Two years ago, he also
acquired the Ivanhoa Hotel in
Mai Harbour for $4 5 million.
The Kden Roc is 26 years old
and has long been a site for
Jewish philanthropic and
organizational activity
Moscow's Terrorist Role Detailed
BONN (ZINS) Details of bloody deeds by
Arab terrorists, instigated from Moscow, are reported in
a new book that just appeared by Graf Hausen, a mem-
ber of the West German Parliament. The book which is
titled The Attack recounts, among other things, the fol-
lowing facts: Since 1976 the Soviet Secret Service (KGB)
had managed to establish an office of the PLO in
Budapest.
Its mission was to train and dispatch PLO agents
throughout Western Europe. In 1975, a TU-154 of the
Hungarian Airlines, MALM, exploded in the vicinity of
Beirut killing all aboard. In the interest of security none
of the names of the passengers were published.
The reason for this secrecy was that most of the
passengers on board were Palestinian terrorists who were
being housed in Hungary and had been located in a hotel
in Budapest According to the author, the PLO agents
maintained very close contacts with the Communists in
all Western European countries, including West Ger-
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We Condemn the Violence
We join the many Jewish organizations and
leaders across the nation and in Israel that condemn
the violence perpetrated against Arab residents on
the West Bank thi9 week.
The death of the yeshiva students in Hebron
last month was a tragedy that can not be forgotten.
But the bombing attacks on the Arab mayors do
not erase the tragedy, and they can not be forgiven.
Far from strengthening Israel's presence on the
West Bank, the violence only serves to weaken it.
Furthermore, when we condemn Palestinian
violence as bestial and unspeakable, we condemn all
violence. Condemnation of violence can not be
selective. It is a repudiation of inhuman behavior.
These assessments must hold true for the
Jewish extremists responsible for this week's at-
tacks, as well.
There will be those who are afraid to repudiate
the attacks on the basis that they were launched in
the cause of Israel's survival. We do not doubt the
extent of the danger to Israel's survival. Disaf-
fection with Israel's cause grows daily, especially in
Europe, whose revolting pragmatic politics brings
n. u ami Israeli betrayals every day.
Hut the extremist bombings do not strengthen
Israel's cause. In our view, they weaken it. Israels
survival must depend on other things particularly
the iron determination not to submit to her am-
putation and even execution by demands from her
friends'' for never ending concessions.
\t the very least. Israel must be as efficient in
ferreting out those responsible for this week s
violence as she has been in the past in her defense
against outside enemies. The enemies within.
Jewish though they may be. are no less dangerous.
Consulate for Miami
For a long time now. pressure has been
mounting for the establishment of an Israel Con-
sulate in Miami. We can understand the original
consular structim as established by the State ot
Israel to represent its nationals and its interests in
thi southeastern part of the United States
Hut to continue not to have an Israel Consulate
in Miami seems to us to be a grievous omission It
downgrades the efficiency and the CTOSS-seCtional
representation of Israels consular corps.
It fails to take into account the phenomenal
growth of the Jewish community of South Florida
during the past 30 years, including its substantial
Israeli contingent. whose philanthropic and
organizational contributions to the Jewish State ire
legion.
Until Miami has a full-fledged Israeli Con iate
here, both will suffer an unworthy and unexj. ain-
able dearth of diplomatic representational presence,
presence.
Turning on the Tears
There seems to be a flood of crocodile tears by
West Bank And Gaza Strip leaders over the
resignation of Ezer Weizman as Israel's Defense
Minister. It was a "major loss for mutual un-
derstanding between Jews and Arabs." they
moaned. Others expressed the fear that the
moderate viewpoint would no longer be heard in the
Cabinet.
A similar display took place when Moshe
Dayan resigned as Foreign Minister last year. It is
probably true that Dayan and Weizman. both
sabras, had more rapport with Arabs than their
Cabinet colleagues. But aside from whatever had
been said privately, what support have West Bank
and Gaza leaders given the "moderate" viewpoint in
Israel?
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Tin Drum' Marches to Fearful Tune
ONE WEEKEND evening
almost a year ago. I stepped into
a Munich theatre to see a movie
called Tin Drum Now. the movie
is making the rounds here in
South Florida, and I have gone to
see it again.
It is even better the second
time around The film is based on
the 7m Drum by the German
novelist. (Junior Grass, whom I
consider one of the foremost
literary artists in the world
today The hook is part of a
trilogy, which includes Hun
I llog Years") and Katt
nmi Han I in and Mouse")
The trilogj documents the af
termsth of World War I as n led
to the Hitler madnSM and then
the aftermath <>f that mednean
following the destruction <>t
Hitler Thousand-Year Reich
Tin l>ru": is the work of the
director, Volker Schlondorff,
which won an Oscar for the best
foreign-language film ol the year
Hut i 'scare arc misleading Too
often, the) praise pap. although
not in this case Award winner or
not. the film's excellence spsaka
for itself
IT Isonm coincidence that
the hern <>! the novel, it SUCtl he
l>\ is also called Iskar tj ke ol
five <>r si\ year-- ol age when the
Na/h begin to strut their stuff
Vs m his other novels in this
trilogy Grass usse Danzig as the
setting fur his work, the free
Polish city which, together with
Memel, constituted the twin
ol the Polish corridor, and
which Hitler annexed coin
Leo
Millllill
cidentally with his attack on
\\ arsaw to launch World War II
Pot Grass. Dan/ig is symbolic
a microcosm of east and west
ind. in a larger sense of global
mankind, at least as global as our
sensibilities permitted us t<> sse
things before the post war rise of
the Third World tO enlarge our
\ lew of the realities of this planet
called I arth
IT was m Dansig that
Germans and Poles lived side b)
side in an tmoasj cultural and
political relationship It was
Danzig that, as frascitj had to
survive in its integrity if
mankind itself was to mu\ Ive
Hut Danzig falls to the Nazi
beast, and mankind falls with it
becsuSS mankind since the Girth
of Osksr in 1924, has refused bo
take .i Stand against the beast
I he fall ol the it > |s hem e t fie
tall of man himself in punishment
lor his profound moral laps.
The date ot ( rskai I birth is. ol
course patent!) significant, foril
was DA Febi ,.o j I 92 l that
thi l nal 'ii gan ot thi li ol
thi '1 it ler Pli tsch in Munich.
including such stellar (
lights as Gen. Erich I.uden
Ernst Roehm and Wilhe|m|
for their attempt to over
the Weimar Republic
establish the Nazi hegetnonv
As artist. Grass u
Since he views the theolori
in political terms k,.
Oskar a messiah
symbol he uses ,. I
and Kati und Ma
BECAUSE OSKAH
messiah. his origii
a prerequisiu I (
inspired W( I
mother is, bui w<
about the idl i!' j
lor she ,,.. ,,..
potato held court)
Heemg captui
II iding
woman s skirts
to be squatting
soldier lathered hei |
this earth in
mischievousnesa
anon) mit) si thi g
that the enemy l
to lerret him out
If his grsndfatl ^
in doubt si, i9 |
ma) be his mot he- i
he mi) hi
Su h dualit) is tl
in I lar. tig Su<
\ lew ,! -. \ lahl
which
humored ns >u<
de romanl u izn .
m i tdental exp i
predii i
Kix koni
less t nan sti
the IloK I rinu i
hen on earl h Sn |
demands thai
as ,i pn requisiti
status, it is < '-k ii
I ..i ii i u
ot step- Bl
oatensib \ teavi
IT Is THIS
(hskar end prepai
his role as savini
lirst frightening i
an mak |
licularl) i li- i
store of the Jew
Sigismund Marku-
unrequited lovi
mother and who i i
goes through haptisn 1
conversion tor the saki I
bvs, < hskar m iki
decision
He psfussa to grow up Hear
out symbolically the rn-grligib
and medically unexplainab
effect of the fall on him No
physically imperfect like alloth
messiahs (Moses staiiurienn
Jesus' chauvinism. Lenin I
difference to cruelty, ^ h
Guevarra's obesity), OssM
rejects the world which i> about|
to visit its Armsggednn
He is especially confirmed io|
Continued on !' II A

Marc Tanenbaum
Christian Spirit Touches Political Life
Friday. June 6. 1980
Volume 53
22 SIVAN 5740
Number 23
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In Dallas. Tex.. Cal Thomas is running for
reelection as Sheriff Last month his sup
portars sent out some 10.000 letters to poten
Hal voters that read as follows: "Dear Fellow
Christians. This letter is not to solicit any
money, but to ask for your help in a very vital
cause the upcoming sheriffs election on
May 3 As you may or may not know, the
incumbent Sheriff Carl Thomas is a member
of the Lord's Church and in our opinion is
worthy of your consideration."
That mixing of religion and politics, of
establishing a religious test for candidates
running for public office, is a violation of the
United States Constitution. And it is hap-
pening with increasing frequency in many
parts of the United States, especially here in
the Bible B**'1 whose Fundamentalist
Christians boldly appeal for votes with such
slogans as Christians want Christians in
office
THE Washington for Jesus'' rally several
weeks ago was the tip of the growing evan-
gelical iceberg. While all this was going on,
national workshop of some 300 leading
Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals, and
Jews met also in Dallas and condemned whst
they called the creeping sacralization of
politics.
They saw parallels between this fun
damentalist politics and Ayatollah Khomeni >
Islamic politics and warned that both coukl
lead to human disasters. Such theological
politics which claims that God dictates
certain political solutions, prevents the pos-
sibilities of compromise or alternative
solutions.
FORTUNATELY. there are growing
numbers of enlightened evangelical Christian*
who realize that efforts to Christianize the
American government can be as dangerous a*
the Islamization of Iran. They are organizing
to preserve democracy for our home grown
fanatics, and they deserve every possible



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the earliest settlers in America
He noted that St Augustine.
Fla was founded by Spaniards
in 154.S and that Spain once
possessed all the land included in
the I^iuisiana Purchase, as well
as California Arizona and New
Mexico
ACCORDING TO Sandoval
moat Americana mieperceive
Hiapank taNricana aa being
taepad in cultural povert) to
an extant that inhibits their
ability to aucceed
Declaring that the facta an
otherwise and that people would
be "impressively surprised by
the group a upward mobility, he
cited himslei his famil) and
man\ people he knew who. rising
from the moat abject povert) an
now I'hDs educators, jour-
nalists doctors and successful
businessmen
However, he declared, the
Vmerican educal ional aj aten
proved to be failure for
Hiapanica because of
discrimination which diminishes
the Belf-eeteem ol Hispanic
student s
URGING THAT bilingual
education !* utilized throughout
the school systems he said. It is
neceeaary to help the children to
keep up with their fellow
students
V lolence is another major
problem of anti Hispanic
discrimination. Sandoval
Stressed, pointing out that the
chance of a black or a Hispanic
being killed is 13 times that of
others
He went on to say that most of
this is due to police brutality with
man) individuals dying in
custody even when jailed tor
misdemeanors void warrants
and often no crime at all
Sandoval emphasized that the
llispanu community is not a
separate societ) but one that is
being graduall) assimilated
through intermarriage and ac-
culturation that it has the same
basu values as other American
groups ihat it is not interested in
taking over the society but in
basic justice and that is also has
a contribution to make to the
nation 9 adv anccment
Sandoval said he greed with
the Jewish community that
merit should he the basis for
employment and advancement '
but said it should not he used to
mark injustice as w hen it is |U8t
based on a test grade
Musicians Trade Blows
Across Piano, Violin
LONDON (JTAI An
extraordinary row about Israel is
raging here between Y'ehudi
Menuhin. the world famous
violinist, and Arthur Kubinstein.
the equally renowned pianist
The former has been accused of
being a bad Jew and the latter
a political arsonist
THE SCENE OF this battle
between these two Jewish
geniuaea is the letters column of
the London Timt i It was
triggered by an extract from
Kubinstem s forthcoming
memoirs in which he accused
Menuhin of undermining Israel
while serving as president of the
music department of UN ESC<
MFNlHIM REPLIED that
this was an injustified calumny.
whereupon Rubinstein launched
into a full-blooded defense of
Israels right to its biblical
homeland and derided the term
occupied territorial
In a fiery crescendo he then
turned on Menuhim. describing
him as "a fine musician, a great
worker, an orgmial stylist of the
English language, but in my
opinion a bad Jew
To clear himself of this charge.
Menuhin replied hiolto doloroso
by listing his many unpaid
services to Israel and the honors
bestowed upon him by a grateful
Jewish state Israel has honored
me with the toth Anniversary
Medal of its philharmonic or-
chestra and bestowed upon me
the Medal of the City of
Jerusalem It was before the
Wailing Wall of that city that
they asked ma to play to
, elebrate the signing <>t the peat i
treat) between Israel and
1 g) pt
TAKING ISSUE with
Rubinstein's views, he added.
"To my eyes, today S world is
tinder growing more
dangerousl) dry with every
overly nationalistic gesture
Whoever strikes a match in the
name of a passionate cause may
be guilty of political arson
\s tor being a bad Jews.' he
say s that although his first name
ls Yehudi (meaning Jew), his
surname Menuhin derives from
A/, nuha. meaning peace, and he
w iahed to live up both his names
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European Community to Recognize Palestinians
Continued from Page 1-A
regime in the Arab world and
reduced the country tO anarchy
Reinforcing th' supra national
i hsrscter ol PLO is its role as the
centei ol an international
tern he ma tor
terrorist ind nihilist
w >rld I'l.'>
with
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th.n training on i<> thi fanati
th.
rman Baader-Meinhol gang,
the IK \ Provos in Northern
Ireland, the Italian anarchist~
ami others 1 role oi the PLO
has played has been that of a
Kitth Column lor the Kremlin in
the non-Communist world
The Arab states huh used
the humbling Palestinian Arab
politician, Ahmed Shukairy. to
ablish the PLO in the early
1960s and organize terrorist
operations against Israel, created
a Frankenstein which they must
bitterly regret now as the) pay it
Up service and tribute They no
longer give subsidies to the P1X)
the) pay tribute in
,i-f ronomical amounts
\ recent conservative estimate
put at 1250 millions the annual
payoff of the Arab states to the
PLO Ostensibly these payments
are to finance the PLO operations
against Israel, actually the)
payments such as shopkeepers in
American cities have had to pay
{> the neighborhood gang leader
~.i that he and hi- /on I
break th. shop windows ,.r
troy l Im
THE PLO I
other oil -tat.'-, to en
im nt
. Few il

PLO mill)
live
w but why
must the nations ol Europe
the Third W orld rush headioi .
embrace it and why should there
b) in ressing sentiment in this
country, particularly in govern
ment circles, that there must !*
an accommodation with the PI.< I
and Arafat'.' It is not because
they believe so deeply in the
justice of the Palestine Arab
cause and feel s<. strongly that
the Palestine Arabs must be
freed ol the Israeli yoke
There are other peoples in
other lands with equal if not
greater claims to independence,
but their representatives can't
even get into the waiting rooms
ol the chancellories m Monn.
Paris and London
The answer ol course, IS "I >il.
the most important word in the
diplomatic lexicon of the ol tin-
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IMQ'a The countries of Kurope
have not reduced their depen-
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w jth the \r.i!> states which would
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dependent as their economies .ire
on imported oil. dread am
developments that might disturb
the flow o| oil from the Middle
l .ist They are desperately
anxious to believe that the
biggest threat ol an interrupted
nil floe comes from the
possibilit) of a renewed \ral>
Israeli war
Caught geographical]) t>et
ween the Soviet Inion and the
United States and with long
herders abutting the Soviet
sphere, they are so determined to
believe in detente thai the)
refuse to admit the possibilit)
thai the real threat to their oil
supplies would come from
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LORD CARRINGTON th.
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; (he Kill '"' I want t"
m the Camp David
process, but he suggests tl
ther. isn t much the United
States >an do in an election year
in the wav ol initiatives
meaning pressure on Israel This
the Europeans an ppsrently
prepared to apply without
hesitation or problems ol '"ii
science
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ignores the evidence to saj he
down t believe the PLO is
rorist organization as such
and shuts his eyes to the
to British soldiers in I |sler"
Irish terrorists supported bvt
PLO He is inclined to faC0r
move in the United Natm
Security Council j
ResolutKin 242 to ,- .. ,
arajgbl with the recognition
Israels sovereign t)
Palestinian Vi il
determination
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Carter, Muskie 242 Stand Satisfying
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. The Cabinet expressed
Is appreciation to Presi-
dent Carter and Secretary
J State Edmund Muskie
'ff their firm opposition to
, proposed new Middle
rjst initiative by the Wes-
^n European nations and
lb President s unequivo-
ol warning that the U.S.
toold veto any move in
^e United Nations
Stniritv Council to alter or
j^rH Resolution 242.
Cirwr declared m an interview
aspirating BW all-news
-bit tatevisioti network, that
4,1'S would exerdai its veto
j II f iff" pean .'H*'s Of any
glvr nation attempted an
Luitneth.it would damage the
CanpDawd peace proceu which
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The basis for progress toward
peace in the Middle East has
got to be the resolution and the
("amp David accords which is
almost like said
Prime Minuter Manachem
Begin is expected to Mate
Israel s position on the European
initiative in .i statement to the
Knesset
Israel foan that the I iropean
initiative. being press.,: >%
I 'ram i Britain and ^ esl
man) ill confi r legil imacy on
the Palestine Liberation < >i
i/.it ion and support i Pales
tiruan state on grounds thai th<
Pali
determinal ion t 'arter si
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espei iall\ welcome hi
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pet led to 'akt shapi hen the
lers "t the nine member
si.iies n! the I uropean Economic
i ommunit) lEECl meet m
Venice June II and 12 to discuss
action on the Middle East
situation Carter will meet with
l hem in Vienna later in the
month The Europeans have
been saving for some tune that
they would press for changes in
the peace process launched at
(amp David if the autonomy
talks failed to yield noticeable
progress by the May 26 target
date
The talks wen- suspended last
month by President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt on grounds that
Israels positions on autonomy
were holding up progress.
Hut Sadat expressed hope
over the weekend that the nego
nations would be resumed
shortly Carter said that he ex-
pected Israel and Egypt to start
talking again within two weeks
"My prediction to you is without
very much more delay we will be
back at the negotiating table
making progress again toward
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the Mideast peace treaty on that
(Camp Davidl basis and full
autonomy for the West Bank
and Gaza." he told the Cable
News Service
HE SAID he did not expect a
European move for several
weeks, but "We have a veto
power that we can exercise if
necessary, to prevent the Camp
David process from being
destroyed or subverted and I
would not hesitate to use it if
necessary." he declared
He acknowledged the wide dif
ferences between Egypt and
Israel over the nature of auton-
omy and other matters and
observed "These kinds of things
are extremely hard to resolve but
we are down to what you might
call the nitty gritty now The
issues are clearly defined."
Carter said the Europeans had
the same hope that we do that
the issue of autonomy on the
West Hank, the resolution of the
Palestinian problem. the
provision ol securit) for Israel, a
permanent peace in the Middle
I ,i~i ibel comprehensively nego
Haled with Israel's neighbors
ive he same :>>.ils
HE NOTED that he would be
ling .i seven nation Euro
economic summit meeting
mili on Jurv u I thai
hi I I i leadi rs will comene in
earlier ["here
ertainls almost certainh
be no action by them before that
date We are encouraging the
European allies not to intervene
in the (Israeli-Egyptian) nego-
tiations as long as we are
meeting and are making
progress toward a Mideast peace
settlement." he said.
He- warned however that
"Even if they do come in. we will
not permit in the United Nations
any action that would destroy
the sanctity of and the present
form of UN (Security Council
Resolution) 242."
Carters strong statement of
his position came after visiting
French Foreign Minister Jean
Francois Poncet told reporters in
Washington Friday that the
European allies would take a
new initiative in the Middle East
very shortly to meet Palestinian
aspirations, despite American
objections He said the Euro-
peans would act because they
felt that the American-mediated
autonomy talks had broken
down.
HE SAID that while the
specific language of the Euro-
pean initiative has not yet been
decided, "it will be and must be
a balanced approach" that
should provide for Israel's
security and for Palestinian self-
determination, a term generally
interpreted as the right of the
Palestinians to have their own
state on the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
Poncet met with reporters
after he conferred with Muskie.
The Secretary of State repor-
tedly urged against a European
initiative in the Mideast and
insisted that the U.S. did not
feel the autonomy talks were
dead.
The Carter Administration
had a similar reaction to pro-
posals by British Foreign Sec-
retary Lord Carrington in
Washington last month The
British diplomat urged the U.S.
to accept the idea of a European
conference to alter Resolution
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19HQ
Minister Warns
In War, Israel Still
Jerusalem Slated to be 'De-Judaized' To Hold Own-Nixon
Continued from Page 1 -A
Third World concerns and
ideologies leading in some
cases to a hypercritical stance
toward Israel" and "stormy"'
Jewish-Christian relations.
A Christian survivor of the
Holocaust. Rev. Rottenberg was
national communications director
of the Reformed Church of
America until 1978. when he was
summarily dismissed after
publicly charging the National
Council of Churches with waging
a "persistently anti-Israel
propaganda campaign." He is
currently consultant to the
president of Rockland Com-
munity College
Rev. Rottenberg said today
that he believed confrontations
with the NCC have had "some
constructive effects."
TO BE SURE." he declared.
hard line anti- Israel bureaucrats
have not had a change of heart.
but a number of church leaders
have gained deeper insight into
the complexities of the Middle
East situation and have become
more sensitive to Jewish con-
cerns."
He said he expected a "de-
Judaized" Jerusalem to be the
next target of Christian and
Muslim opponents of Israel."
Expect "a shift of emphasis"
during the 1980s, he told the
ADL leaders. from the
Palestinian issue to "the question
of Jerusalem
In essence." Rev. Rottenberg
said, "noble phrases about
universal spiritual values will be
used in an attempt to conceal the
basic demand: that Jerusalem be
de-Judaized in order to ac-
commodate Christian and
Muslim sentiments and sen-
sibilities "
REV. ROTTENBERG
declared that he is not ad
vocating an uncompromising
stance since "there are valid
Film Director Polanski
On Visit to Israel
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA -
Roman Polanski. the polish born
Jewish film director and
Holocaust survivor, is on his first
visit to Israel to inspect possible
locations for his next film Ih,
Pirati It will be produced bv an
Israelis businessman. Arnon
Milchan. who is Polanski s host
and guide for his 10-day visit
and Sam Weinberg
The 47 year-old mo\ie-maker
was suved from the Holocaust
when his father had him
smuggled out of the Cracow
ghetto after the Nazi occupation
ot Poland Me achieved in-
ternational fame for his film.
in ih, \\ attr, made in
Poland, and for his American
films such as Rosemary's Hahx
and ('hmaiou n
WHILE IN Israel. Polanski
will attend the screening of his
latest film. Test, based on the
Thomas Hardy novel I, u i/ thl
D'VrberxilU* The proceeds will
(>. donated to charitv
Meanwhile it was learned that
the American film actress and
political activist Jane Fonda vs ill
\ isit Israel next month with ht-r
husband. Tom H.i\den. and
mm iv director Sidney Pollack.
She will attend screenings of
excerpts from several of her
films, the proceeds of which will
go to help the financially
distressed Haifa Theater
Christian and Muslim concerns
and there ought to be room for
discussion." Nevertheless, he
emphasized. "Jerusalem should
become the great symbol of
shalom and creative in-
terreligious relationships (and)
there ought to be no compromise
when attempts are made to
undermine the basic historical
relationship between Jerusalem
and the Jewish people, which
predates the birth of either
Christianity or Islam "
Observing that some of the
Christian antagonism toward
Israel is resentment against the
state for having "deprived the
world of its favorite victim, the
wandering Jew' who was to live
in everlasting homeiessness."
Rev Rottenberg said Christian
attitudes toward Jews and
Judaism have been influenced by
"bad and unbiblical teachings."
While there has been a "a
growing counteroffensive among
Christian scholars against some
of the traditional teaching about
the Jews and Israel." he went on.
"much work remains to be done
in the 1980s "
HE PRAISED the Roman
Catholic Church for doing far
more about its church school
curricula than the Protestant and
Orthodox churches but noted
that the "fortresses" of Seminar,
education have barely been
penetrated
And if we are not getting to
the people who an' being trained
as priests and pastors." Rev
Rottenberg said. "one can
imagine the gap that remains
between the works of the scholars
and the words you hear spoken
week after week in church school
dssses
He pointed out that in the
evangelical community, strong
emphasis on the eventual
rest,.ration of Israel has led to
strong support of the Jewish
state, but he said this time
eechatological expectation also
provides the motivation for an
aggressive missionary stance
NEW YORK (ZINS) Former U.S. President
Richard M. Nixon includes several pithy passages on
Israel's military capability in his book. The Real War
Following is a summary of his views: In the event of a
new Mideast war, Israel would still have the upper hand
even if it were to be attacked by all countries in the area
including Egypt should that country decide to renege ori
the peace treaty and join Israel*s foes.
THE SITUATION in the Persian Gulf, according t
Nixon, is altogether different. Should a crisis develop in
that area requring military intervention. Israel would not
be able to carry out any military intervention. Israel
would not be able to carry out any military operations
despite her superb armored divisions and her (possible)
atomic capabilities. The huge distance from home base
would preclude the possibility of moving significant
military forces to the area (as she was able to do in the
case of the Entebbe rescue!.
Neither could Israel succeed in Iraq, with or without
a Soviet presence in the area. In sum. Israel's army is
quite capable of protecting its own borders, but cannot
operate at distances. The same, in fact, is true of
America, according to Nixon.
THE FORMER President quotes various military
experts who say that in a military confrontation between
American and Iraqi forces in the Middle East, the
Americans would suffer a humiliating defeat.
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KKK Leader Covington Runs for Spot in California's Primary
footinu'-d from PK* IA
,. overwhelmingly
dlStSuan ..ni Burner, who.
has a positive record
Rcpun
Jffd .. '"-el. e.pectod
;umph in November.
R,puhh>..n leaders h.ve
j.nned Covington and
ESSic l-ders have
Lrned MeUgM and neither
JJ, am P-.rt of them in their
SioneerTng The Simon
Sienihal Vnter for Holocaust
. ie- M Veshiva University in
-;\n^,., ailed attention to
JJ% official* in Washington
[bout both-mdidates.
RABBI MARVIN Hwr. the
wrs data observed to the
L,^ T,.|, -graphic Agency that
Otr.mit have 'switched
attics from howling on the street
ID mticement at the
Indeed there are
i nan
4Uoi l*'x'
quite a lot of people in the United
States prepared to vote for such
racists and anti-Semites and that
is a most frightening reality
Harry Compton. Burgener's
administrative aide, told the JTA
that Mi't/yar owns a small
television repair shop and was
the California KKK s grand
dragon Ix-fore the post was
renamed chairman Compton
said Met/gar claims it proudly
and is campaigning on it
Previously. Metzgar was a
member of the American
Independent Party but he
switched to the Democratic Party
last year. Compton said When he
ran for county supervisor in San
Diego tD years ago he drew
11.000 votes. Compton added
LBS FRANCIS, executive
director of the Democratic
National Committee, told the
' I \ that Metzgar will receive
no aid and no comfort from this
committal Prancia observed
one of the beauties of our
-v stem is that any citizen can run
lor office whether he is noble or
repugnant" but voters of all
parties will reject candidates who
eapouae policies of racism, anti-
Semitiam or other perceptions
that are antithetical to the
concept* of civil and human
rights
After the North Carolina
primary. Snyder remarked about
the support for Covington: lam
appalled I really am I would
hope that it s because I just am
unkown Covington. noting the
KM who voted for him are
either Nazis or fools," was
quoted i~ saving most con-
servatives are closet Nazis. If you
scratch a conservative you will
find a Nazi underneath just as if
you scratch a liberal you'll find a
Communist
Republican National Com-
mittee Chairman Bill Brock
personally wrote Rabbi Abraham
Cooper, director of outreach at
the Wjesenthal Center. His letter
said "To each of us who have
indelibly learned the lessons of
the Holocaust and who are
dedicated to efforts to assure the
elimination of the forces of hatred
that inspire such crimes against
humanity, the recent vote in
North Carolina was sobering and
of urgent concern. It mandates a
vigorous and effective response,
tempered only by the need to give
no further public recognition to
the representive of the National
Socialist Party."
BROCK SAID that Snyder
"was the object of a campaign to
confuse him with Covington on
the basis of the possible Ger-
manic derivation of his name We
are thankful this tactic was not
sufficiently effective. that
ignorance did not prevail Brock
added that while "the Republican
Party on both the national and
state levels has unequivocally
condemned the Covington
candidacy and successfully
defeated Covington. "this oc-
currence must serve as a source
of inspiration to each of us to
redouble our efforts toward the
elimination of every vestige of
ignorance and malice that
provides a fertile seedbed for the
development of repugnant
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Mission to Remember
These are Trips Abroad Miamians Will Not Quickly Forget
Continued from Page 1-A
Jerusalem, where the missions
will conclude collectively.
These four trips, part of
Journey to Jerusalem. In Quest
of the Jewish Spirit." include:
Spain. Egypt and Israel I)e
parting Miami OH Oct. 1-' and re-
turning on (kt 26 Maxine and
Kenneth Schwartz Dorita and
(ieorge Feldenkreis. and Mikki'
and MORIS Futernick will lead
participants on a joumej
through the Iberian Peninsula.
and th- Jewish legacy which
helped produce its Golden Age
From Marcelona to Toledo, this
group will see the remains of the
Jewish culture that once was. and
the route of its dispersion l>egin
ning in 1498. Along with visiting
former synagogues and other
vestiges of the former .Jewish
presence in Spain, participants
will enjoy home hospitality with
the leadership of the modem
Spanish Jewish community.
IN EGYPT, plans call for a
visit to the Pyramids. Sphinx.
Valley of the Kings and Queens,
and a meeting with President
Anwar El-Sadat
Plans call for an in-depth
exploration of Israel including a
meeting with Prime Minister
Begin and key government of-
ficials, a visit aboard the Her-
cules C 130 transports used in the
of the hostages at
Kntebbe. Uganda in 1976. and
hospitality in Israeli homes.
A minimum commitment of
$10,000 to the 1980 CJA-IEF
campaign is required for par
ticipation in this mission
Poland. Denmark and Israel
I>ed by Marx-is and David
Schaecter and Marcy and Donald
Lefton, this mission will lie an
awesome trip through the former
center of Jewish civilization in
our time Schaecter, .i sun ivorol
the Holocaust, along with Men
Meed, president of the Warsaw
Ghetto Resistance Organization,
surx ivor of the ghetto revolt, and
a memlx-r of the President a
Commission on the Holocaust,
will lead mission participants
back in time to the Twarda Syna-
gogue. Warsaw s last Jewish
house of worship, the site of the
Warsaw Ghetto, the 500.000
Jewish grave Gezia cemetery.
C'rackow and its historic Remo
Synagogue, and Auschwitz.
IN DENMARK, plans call for
an audience with Her Majesty
Queen Margrethe II and His
Royal Highness Prince Henrik.
who will be presented with an
award in appreciation of the role
of the Danish people in saving
most of its Jewish- population
from the Nazi horror of World
War II. A feature of the Denmark
segment will be home hospitality
with some of the families who
participated in that noble effort.
Participants in this mission
will then proceed to Israel where
their itineraries will parallel the
other missions including a
meeting with President Yit/hak
Navon, until their historic
meeting in Jerusalem with tpe
Other three missions.
\ minimum contribution of
to the 1981 Combined
Nwish Appeal Israel Enwrga
Fund campaign is required lor
participation in this mission
0 Israel The Source This
mission is designed for thOM
interested in a concentrated, in
depth examination of life in
Israel One of the major high-
lights i.) iht Missions Program.
this trip serves as a background
to the link-up with the Spanish.
Polish and Fgyptian missions
Participants in the mission,
which departs on Oct. 16 and
returns Oct. 26. may elect to
extend their visits in Israel or
arrange to stop over in Europe on
the return trip.
A planned London stopover i
will feature meetings with key
leaders of the British Jewish
community at the* Houses of
Parliament, a night at the
theater, and sightseeing in the
city
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Egypt, France and Israel
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Tutankhamen exhibit Plan" call
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proceeding to Israel
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Monaco with H is Roy al i lighness
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IN ISRAEL, plans call for a
meeting with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. President
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Anti-Semitism
Under Tight Control of Soviet State
By SHARYN PERLM w
SI w YORK U I \
Soviet
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Ml Mil I ssiiiin i
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f So\ iet
I tlmii Policies examining the
st.mis ol Jews in the USSR and
the in Ianti-Si mitism The
forum, held at New York s
Columbia I ni\ ersity was
sponosred jointIj b> the Jacob
Institute for the
Advancement <>f Human Rights.
Columbia University Programon
Education, Columbia
Pi gram on Sox iet
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Semi) ism in thi pre World ^ ar I
which led to both social
ous anti Semitism
\ Mendelssohn obsen
during the late 19th and earl)
UOth centuries, Russia was going
through great political and social
flux .i condition never con-
sidered conducive for minority
advancement and or <
ceptance.
I UK SOVIET period. Men
delssohn continued, reflected a
reversal in Czarist patterns The
new Soviel regime was
linated by forces hostile to
Judaism but friendlj Ui lew* as
viduals \ -- u ai
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middle classes were not
strong enough to resist Jewish
competitition and Jew once
again fo ind himsell >- I he alii
to be feared
Since socially and culturally
the Jews were much like the rest
ol society, modern .l.>\ Soviet
anti Semit ism had to add t h<' new
racial dimension to its policies.
Mendelssohn observed


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Publishers to Meet
Capital Big-Wigs
Request Rejected
No Industrial Diamonds Without Bids
WASHINGTON Editors
and publishers of Jewish com-
munity publications in the U.S.
and Canada will convene here for
three days beginning June 11 in
the 38th annual meeting of the
American Jewish Press
Association.
The AJPA. comprised of some
75 Knglish-language weekly and
biweekly Jewish community
newspapers and monthly
maga/.ini's reaching nearly four-
million readers across the North
American ointment, will be
headquartered at the (iramercy
Inn B'nai B'rith International
will host all of the AJPA
business sessions and most of its
journalistic functions as well
AJPA PRESIDENT Frank P.
VVundohl, editor of the Jcuish
Exponent of Philadelphia, an-
nounced these highlights on the
association agenda:
A congressional reception on
Capitol Hill will take place from 6
p.m to 8 p.m.. June 11. in Room
2172 of the Ray burn Building, to
which leading Senate and House
dignitaries have been invited
together with legislators from the
home districts of our many
publications.
Herschel Blumberg. newly-
installed national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
address the opening plenary of
the AJPA at 9 a.m.. Thursday.
June 12.
Blumberg recently assumed
the I'JA role as 17th national
chairman in the UJA's 41-yest
history.
The Thursday morning AJPA
session will be briefed by In
Minister <>f Information Zvi
Brosh; Morris Amitay. the
executive director of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee and Max K.:
pelman, vice chairman <>1 the
\nti it'tam.iuon Leagueol B'nai
B'rith.
Addressing a Thursda)
luncheon. V\ undnhl said, will be
H nai B nth International
President Jack .1 Spitzer, a- well
as Mark Talisman, Washington
\ction Office ol the Council ol
lewish Federations
WHITE HOUSE has invited
working press members only to I
three hour AJPA briefing
Thur-day afternoon, expected to
include a press conference with
President Carter, as well at
discussions with Administration
spokesmen on the current status
ol Jewish,immigration from the
Soviet Union and on progress in
the Kgyptian-Israeli peace
talks
Israel's) Ambassador to the
I S hpartim Evron will make
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THK FINAL dinner function.
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ited to a panel discussion on
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WASHINGTON (JTAI -
The United States has rejected
Israel's request to renew a five-
year agreement that allows Israel
to buy industrial diamonds from
the American strategic stockpile
at a negotiated price Stockpile
items are normally sold by
competitive bidding.
Israel wanted the agreement,
which expired over the weekend.
to continue because it provides a
guaranteed source of supply for
its diamond cutting and
polishing industry, which em-
ploys 20.000 persons and
provides 40 percent of Israel's
export earnings Last year. Israel
sold $1 r> billion of gems made
from the industrial diamonds, a
50 percent increase over the 197*
level.
THK U.S. decision was an-
nounced by Richard Cooper.
Undersecretary of State for
Fconomic Affairs, who called the
1975 agreement made by then
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger and Treasury
Secretary William Simon
"anachronistic in view of a new
C'ongressionally mandated legal
framework for stockpile disposal
He also cited domestic j
criticism of a $9 million diamond
sale to Israel in 197b in which
some people accused Israel of
taking unfair advantage of Us
rights Israel, in rejecting the
charge, said it was the clear
intention of Congress to jive
Israel special access to the -lock
pile
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fan Drum' Marches to Fearful Tune Egypt Warns Europe
lhe action ol his
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father the man who
4fffnt-> the dubious role.
. jjjjj, ,,n the morning
,he infamous
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putaunc. b> tht Jewish
[ -muni) Markus
drum. which
nccsaantl) m
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ithenngtiw
,u-. of
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bypass the
ion t<> let hi-
ll.' engages in
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rig thai thej
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till ihaii own.
iii. warning us
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.- is emphasis,
I -1 ure in this is
I u in what is
us phon) "i m>thie
| ce
the film, /. I >
the book admirably in its
bf} Trinit) is
i mysterj Grass
trinitarians arr each
'it > \ il in their own way:
lr n father," who is a Naxi-
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nt of the Union of
dox Rabbis of the United
i and ( anada for the past 12
I was unanimously reelected
pother term at the
nation s annual convention
| opened here.
his address to the several
- delegates and visiting
from all over the world.
|renowned Torsh sage
the need for Jewish
ln to make the Jewish
< "ware of the vital role of
I and halacha in their dady
-i --

Oskai ndirtft
the filn ersioi f'Tinl)rum.'
a film t ran sic
11 id H'
tirum an
sympathize! Oskar's mother,
hn becomes pregi gain
illicitl) .i metaphoi for im
iii.i. ui.ii.-a and ilu- time refuses
another son ,>r ni.---i.ih bj
committing sun she eats
hersel t t,> deal h with
voluminous quantity "t fish, th>
!,nl ol ihe discip
Vnd then l hi is 0
himself,
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"t. the ips the
all.
where th. only reality is illusu
.: n m
ONI N I ill mund
Markus is charil abli and
humanitarian in his love and
limit r-I.nuli'
Uakai
who fieh
Sen ''""
, v n unn
Is tl
I rinity iftei H il
Marl m ""'
m h.i- "'-'"
ol laith '" the
he i- sp
parently no n his Nazi
tormentors who ultimately
nun as he -it- si hi- desk
in his toy shop
Si II Grass writes, ["here was
once o merchant, his name
M Markua and h.' sold tin
drum- There was oaca a
drummer, hi- name srai Oakar.
and he lias fieri the lOJ merchant
There was "nee a drummer.
hi- name Oakar. and th*)
took away his t"> merchant
Then' was once a toy merchant,
his name as Markus. and he
took away all the toys in the
world in his act of this world
In the end. of course Markus.
though inconsistent in his faith,
has not fallen from it Net ween
his Judaism and his adopted
Christianity. BUggeett (ira9S'
msy be a stupid ulf. but a gu f is
not s fall. And why did Markus
convert anyway'' Was it not for
love?
BUT BETWEEN Judaism and
Christianity on the one hand, and
Nazism on the other, is more than
a gulf Between Judaism and
Christianity on the one hand and
Nazism on the other, il the fall
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I..'it, r thai his tormentors \nd
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Christian Nazi, whom he sees
he rool "I the e\ il thai tore
and humanity < asunder.
with thf Jewish shopkeeper as .<
.tml "t the v id im ol i heir e\ il
there is n,> Paul, the man -
name was Saul, and il was Saul
i,.Id ihe people "t t'orinth
thai he
called faith, hope ami love, which
i/.il a- easily
Only V i- Je digests
rely al well
. well, which both the
;,>, almost
rHERi IS n Paul H. is
.i- an institutional
fails repeatedly to
this til
m the
Uulenan madm -- I here is only
Saul Grass depicts as
Markus. th. eternal lew. the
dixine in in man that the
i ristian illusion forever betrays
i iskai i- his disciple, a new
lo the world which the
world refuses to heed; Danzig
,|,. th.- very universe are the
victims ol their own evil, their
senseless baptism ol Saul as Paul
whose cunning words again
mistranslate the true testament
Markus, crucified by
mankind's wickedness, leaves
Oakar silenced a drummer
without a drum, a disciple
without a message.
If. like all human goda.
Sigismund Markus is carnal in
the end. so is Oskar who.
silenced succumbs to another
drumstick, his outsized penis Uie
ngueur in a Crass novel), a sign
now not of his divinity but of his
absolute humanity It has
alreadv served him with Maria,
and now he rejects his role.
precisely as other messiahs have
attempted to do in the past
OSKAR GROWS up He joins
the world with the end of the war.
the end of Nazism But he places
the drum into the hands of his
dlegitimate son. conceived not by
a ghost but frank carnality,
hoping that he will become the
new messiah. the messenger of
the true testament to carry his
fathers ministry forward The
war may be over, but the danger
of another fall is always im-
minent
The son refuses the drum
Crass knows: mankind has not
vet risen from the last fall or.
indeed, from the first The Bible,
the Third Reich mans
Wickedness is endless in its
variety
Volker S.hlondorff's
production ol Hn Drum ahowa all
this quite admirably To hoot, the
photography is xquisite. oc
caaionally bordering in its beauty
the still life scenes of the greet
French cinematographer. Jean
Renoir And David Bennent as
Oskar is a gothic treasure.
Not to Rush
Into New Initiative
IK MAI RICK SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTAI Egypt has told Britain and
German} not to rush headlong towards a European
initiative on the Middle East following the fruitless
expiration ol the May 26 target date tor Palestine
autonomy
This was made clear during the visit hare by V kre
President Hosni Mubarak during which he met Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher and Foreign Secretary Lord
Carrington. He had already met President Carter in
Washington and Chancellor Helmut Schmidt in Bonn.
DR. OSAMA AL BAZ. a senior Egyptian Foreign
Ministry official involved in the autonomy negotiations.
told the press that a European initiative would only be
worthwhile if its timing, wording and content were ri^ht
and would have to be hacked by the United States.
Assuming that it should take the form of a United
Nations Security Council resolution. \1 Baz said that it
-hi.uld not specifically endorse a negotiating role for the
Palestine Liberal ion Organization.
Despite the expiration of the May 26 date he also
thought that the present round of autonomy talks
remained "the most viable way ol pressing the Israelis
on the Palestinian issue."
HE SAW THEM as a peaceful confrontation'
which forced the Israelis to debate the Palestinian issue
among themselves
\l the s.une tune. Al Baz added. Egypt would only
resume these talks on condition that Israel refrained
from establishing or expanding settlements in occupied
territories and froze the bill to make the annexation of
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the relief demanded In the
c omplainl or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 20 day of Mav
RICHARD P BHINKK.K
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B] Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
11 In ult Court Seal i
08869 May 30.
Junes. 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 10-DM
(FC 12)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
Ml'HAT BASTIEN
Petitioner Husband
and
AGNKS BASTIEN
Respondent Wife
TO AGNES BASTIEN
8*4 NK H3rdTerr
Miami Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
PIED that an action foi
Dissolution of Marriage hat
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on A KOSS. ATTORNEY
AT LAW. P A attorney fcr
Petitioner whose address U
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33128. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7. 19M. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
llshed once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th. j
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of May
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
A Koas.
Attorney at Law. P A
101 NW 13th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel 13081 328-8844
Mtorney for Petitioner
Mario qulnlero Jr Esq
* ..-/.^rWl

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THR ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 68 MS* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
I'LYSSES ELY.
Petitioner Husband
and
BCLAH MAE ELY.
Respondent wife
TO BVLAH MAE ELY
Residence I'nknown
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to It on HERBERT SEIDEL.
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 consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
leal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 23 day of May.
isao
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 Mark Circuit Court
ula
B) v I rlartnett
\- Deput) '' .-rk

Hi RBERTSE1
.ir.l

J wiK -.. li. au. .sau ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO rOff RTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THI STH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
.1 Ac'ion No M H3f F C
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
m m iGi
ro i
.
rVUI It reel
Nassau Bahamas
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT!
F IED that an ac Ikon fur
Filed a;ain>i \ii and you
.p\ of
SJI1
on ARTH1 R H UPS) IN
attorney tor Petitioner whose
address is 1815 S lcS7 Street
Miami Florida 33169 and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
11 July 7 ikho. otherwise
a default will be entereil
against you for the rellei
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be pub
lished unce each week for four
i onsecutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
08871 May 30.
Junee, 13, A<. 19svJ
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 90-7328 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ALEXANDER SCHRE1HKR
Petitioner Husband
and
GERTRl'DE SCHREIBER
Respondent Wife
TO Gertrude Schrelber
380 Richmond Terrace
Apt No 4 A
Saint George
Staten Island
New York 10301
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ARTHl'R H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1818 NW 187 Street
Miami Florida, 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 complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FI.ORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah Q Heas
As Deputy tlera
circuit Court Seal
IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADC COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 7 i si si ()
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR
FORECLOSURE ON
REAL PROPERTY
WASHINGTON SAVINGS
A LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF FLORIDA, a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff.
vs
CHARLES LAWRENCE
Sill SHAN an individual.
BEACH CLCB VILLAS
CONDOMINIl'MS. a
Florida non-profit
corporation, and
DIVERSIFIED SERVICES.
INC d b a BUDGET
RENTACAR
OF MIAMI
Defendants
BEACH CLl'B VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, a
Florida non-profit corporatlor
Crossclaimant.
vs
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHU8HAN
l'nis>ilelenclant
TO Mr Charles I.awrenre
Shuahan
3838 Northeast 187 Street
North Miami Reach.
Florida i.nao.
If alive .mil if ileacl Mis un
known opouMtkl heirs de
visees grantees creditors and
all other parties claiming by
through, under or against him
Y' H ARK NOTIFIED that
Don tO foret Vse .c .
. '
c 'ounl
Cond imlmum L'nll n
M "

liter before
servlci
hi Immediately Iluxaaflcr
i m ise .> lefault w ill be
ir the
... .
plaint or Petition tiled herein
Thi- mall !
llshed
1 consecutive week" in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI W
Offlco Ban 01391 Miami
Florida I SS10I
WITNESS my hand and Um
MskJ of .said Court at Miami.
Florida on this 1 day of Mav
ISSO
RICHARD p BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
DauSt Count} Florida
Bj L C KecUsse
M I ktptlt} Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal.
jAvrrss karp
3860 Blscayne Boulevard
Suite 504
Miami. Florida 33137
I 306 i 57*6525
DAVID A KARP ESQ
Attorney for
Crossclaimant
0889i May 30.
June 6. 13. 20. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBT
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
Jt STICK SKIM R1TY COR
PORATION at number 144 BE
12th Terrace in the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade < 'ounty Florida
Dated at Miami Florida,
this 29th day of May. 1980
CIRA COOK. President
LESTER Rogers
Attorney for Applicant
1454 NW 17th Avenue
Miami Florida 33128
MM June 6 13, 20. 27 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
FIN) Number 99 2*23
Division (3
IN RE ESTATE OF
ANGEL FERNANDEZ.
Deceased
NOTICE OP
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the administration
of the estate of ANGEL
FERNANDEZ, deceased. File
Number 80-2823. Is pending in
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street.
Room 307. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal
representative of the estate Is
M1RTA FERNANDEZ whose
address is 5O0 E 40th Street
Mialeah Florida The name
and address of the personal
representative's attorney are
lei forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate
iron quired WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OP THE FIRST
II BLICATION OF' THIS
M ITICE t" flic with the clerk
i tbo\ i ourl .i w rltten
ten! "( an) i lalm nr
demands they ma) have
ill wntin,
..'nil. ate thi

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nor
t
. .
Of the
I.". \m :
ILL CLAIM-- DEMANDS
WD oil II ci IONS NOT SO
I) WILL BE forf \ v i:
BARRED
i i.c'. public atlon of
Xilministration
\Ui M 188)0
Mirt.t PemantlM
\ r\ -rial Representative
of in. I late
Angel Femander
\ I n IRNEY For PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
I ia\ id Sc hlosberg Esquire
l.ilsk\ and Hlumenlhal
P A
US Ponce De l.eon Bl\d
Suite Till
r... i iables. Fla 331.14
Telephone I 306 I 442 8624
08875 May 30
June* 1980
'
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line's :i jh. fjfcO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE I1TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
CASE NO. to 7440
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE SY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
NELL M DOMINiyi'E.
Petitioner Wife,
and
Wll.NER DOMINIQIE.
Respondent Husband
YOU. W1LNEK DOMI
Nlyl'E residence un-
known are required to file
your answer to the petition for
Iissolut icsi of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court
and serve a copy thereof upon
the petitioner's attorney
Herman Cohen Ksq 822 S W
1st Street Miami. Fla. 33130.
OH Of before July 7 1980. or
else petition will be confessed
Dated Mav 22. 1980
RICHARD P DRINKER
'Terk. Circuit Court
BY \ C1.AHK
DUty Clerk
u"7 May *
J ;* is att until
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-7M*
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
HKATKIZ PEJt AN
VAlfe
aincl
ALBERTO PE JUAN
Husband
To ALBERTO PEJI AN
Residence I'nknown
ViH ARK HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ALBERT I.
CARRICARTE. P A attorney
for Petitioner, whose address
is 2491 N W 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125. 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 complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the.
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 21st day of
May. 19M)
Richard P Brtnker
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
HY CI.AHINDA BROW N
As Deputy Clerk
. c art cut Court Seali
ALBERT I. CARRICARTE
P A
J491 N V* 7th Street
Miami. Florida .13138
rtl* 849 7917
attorney for 1'etitiuner
08*74 May 30 I
** 13. 20 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTOR SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANOFOR DADECOUNTY
Civil Action Ne Rt-sm
FC(tl)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marralge of
DELIA V CUEVAS.
Petitioner
and
W11J--REDO CUEVAS.
Respondent
TO WILFREDO CUEVAS
Residence I'nknown
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED 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
vi.nr written defenses. If any
to it on CARUIS M MEN
DEZ Ksq Attorney for
Petitioner w hear address Is
9MB W th Avenue Hialeah.
Florida MOT 3 and file the
original with the Clerk of the
t) led Court on or before July
Ttii iHsu i.iherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
lain) nr petition
Tins ni'tn shall be
published on.....ach week for
four lonsec utn e weeks in TIIF"
IE WISH F LORID1AN
WITNESS m> hsutd and the
'' '
this 30 day of Ma)
RICH Mil' l BRINK! R
\
da
BY \t r^
\
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________a-,'
'iCE OF AC 1 lON


WCUlf COURT OF
. F NTM JUDICIAL
or TLOKIDA IN
.:) FOR DADE COUN
C Action No 80 '3*0 FC
ACTION FOK DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

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\ V\ 12th
\.. Miami Dade Ccajntt
. an.1 fll.
original with the clerk of the
above styled ourt on or before
Jul) : lll. otherwise a
.:t will be entered agaisnt
..-f cleniancled m
the omplalnl or petition
nutii r shall be
-h.il !!.. aach week for
fisir consecutive weaks In THE
IEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
' said COUTl at Miami.
Florida on this II day of May.
ISSQ
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
liacle Cocmtt Florida
BY (T.AR1NDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
Ci re uit Court Seal
MARIOgi'lNTKRi lit ESQ
A KOSS ATTORNEY AT
LAW P A
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N W 12th Avericjr
h'londa .13121
-'. Ml
Attorney for Petitioner
1SK7.1 May 30.
_________ J un* 8,1*, 20. ItsjO
- INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
ANOFOR DADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
CASE NO 80 ') FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marralge of
CONNIE l.vw rosa.
Petitioner Wife
and
EDWARD ROSA
Respondent Husband
TO MRS EDWARD ROSA
3450 Wellington Street
Norfolk. Va 23815
NOTICE OF PI BLICATION
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
PIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has.
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to
said petition on petitioners
attorney. (JEORGE T
RAMANI. ESfi,.. Suite 711
Blscayne building 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami Florida
33130 and file the Original
Answer or Pleading in the
Offlco of the Circuit Court, on
or before 7 day of July. 1980 If
you fall to do so Judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in
said petition
: ONE AND ORDKRED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida.
this 21 day of May. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
BY N A. HEWETT
D.putv Clerk
0887s May 30.
__________urieri :3 20.1980
NOTICE OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPSRTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR DADR COUNTY
Civil Acfks* No. 88 **S4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OPMARRIAOS
IN RE The Marriage of
BETH EIJJCN MILBY
and
WAYNE ELLIS MILBY
TO WAYNE ELLIS
MILBY
c o Jean Mllby
810 Brook Hill Road
Richmond. Virginia
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to
it on i.ocis R hki.i.f.r at-
torney for Petitioner, whose
address is 430 Uncoln Road.
Suite 238. Miami Beach
Florida 33139 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled ourt on or before
June 20. 1980. otherwise a
lefault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
mptalnt or petition
This notice shall be published
om aai ti week for foui
SSCUtlVS week- in THE fEW
ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
irt at Miami.
la on this : I May
ItM
RICHARD I BRINKER
nt Court
I M Florida
.. Ir
rk
I
Ourt of
UDlCIAL
NDIOB
DAOtCOUNT" FLORIDA
No SO 6*
ULY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO i'ROPERTY
'
|. hf:
ft! DAN BE
KM ;'
%PO New York NY
"t'.lM
\..i ARE NOTTfTED tkat
ii a tor DISSOLI TlON
I m vi'.i'.: v ;f ..,- east filed
..n. and sou are
f your
w ntten answer and defenses If
,o it on DANIEL OAL
li p ESQ plaintiffs attor
ney whose address is 2383 Sal
leclo Street Suite 309. Coral
Oablea Florida .13134. on or
before June M !> and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff s attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on May 12.
1MB
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By A D Wads
As Deputy Clerk
OH849 May 16 23 30
June 8. 19W
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Mi TICK IS HEREBY
QTVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fu titious name
Kampes Real Estate Invest
menu at 8900 NW 77 Court,
Miami Fla S3188. intend to
register said name with the
Clerk o the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Marvin P Klmmel
Douglas Awad
Peter K Moser
Herbert G Paige
Richard Ellas
Norman L Strata
Smith. Mandler
Smith. Werner. Jacobowtti
* Fried. P A
By Eileen Trautman
Attorney for applicants
08880 May 19. 28. 30.
June 8 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Kampes leasing Associates at
6900 NW 77 Court. Miami. Fla
33188. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Marvin P Klmmel
Douglas Awad
Peter K Moser
Herbert G Paige
Richard Ellas
Norman L Strata
Smith Mandler Smith.
Werner Jacobowiu
V Fried. P A
By F^lleen Trautman
Attorney for Applicants
0BM1 Mav 18 21.30:
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JEWISH FIORIDIAN
400 Attend Press Club
(Arab-Night1 in Washington
L JOSEPH POLAKOFF
(SHINGTON iJTAt -
National Press Club's
I agreement with the
[League, which includes the
Lime Liberation
luatmn in its meml>ership.
[complet ed hen- with an
Night extravaganza
|b) boom 4i X) persons
jile thr guest lilt was not
Cble the Jewish Telegraphic
|r> was informed by club
irehers Scuffle
VHARK UTAl A
between Palestinian
her. and a group of Jewish
| veteran* erupted Sunday
i thr liirmer grabbed Israeli
American flags, over
ring the blockade set up by
|pOu I
march, held in North
pn because of its con
ition ot I'alestinians. was to
International Palestinian
Judge Geoffrey (iaulkin of
Jerap) Superior Court ruled
I North Mermen officials had
Iwfullv denied the
Btinian* a parade permit
ut BOO Palestinian par
ted in I he parade
staff members that about half the
attendance WU mad.- up ol
memlx-rs ol the Arab embassies
in Washington and Arab
American!
THE JTA was told that Drew
von Bergen, theclub president.
had the onlv list and he's gone
away for a few days The Arab
League's information officer,
Morwui Kanafani. who identified
himselt as a Palestinian, lokl the
.1 1 \ that all the embassies of
the League member states in
Washington were represented,
exceiit Egypt Among those from
the Carter Administration
meant *as |>au' Costello,
assistant pram secretary to Mrs
Kosalynn Carter
During the night, four
telephone bomb threats were
received at the Press Club but no
trace of the caller was reported
Police tfega were used to search
the club s ballroom during the
day and during the night but
nothing was found
In the street outside the Press
Club building four men picketed
the event, the onlv sign of
protest One ot them. who
Kientiti.il himself a* Mike Meir
and said he represented onlv
himself, charged that the Aral.*
wre buying' thepressdub
s
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New Regency Hotel
a seafront Resident Retirement Resort Hotel
We Open May 19*0
RKSKRV ATIONS NOW ACCEPTED
A Two-Month Trial Plan is Also Available
Deluxe Accomodations
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s
Single Suites
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Gourmet Meals
YA uradon
Medical Supervision
Elegant
Total Retirement life
Entertainment
For Information A Reservations Contact
The Regency Hotel
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on the beach
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Phone (305) 531-0741
AskforNathen (Jreenblatt
Shamir By-Passed
Begin Cools Vigorous Political Wrangle
Bj GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTAI
Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin announced
that he will serve as De-
fense Minister until the
coalition crisis over the re-
placement of former De-
fense Minister Ezer Weiz-
man is resolved. Begins
interim appointment of
himself was approved by
the Cabinet at its weekly
meeting. The Cabinet also
reappointed Mordechai
Zipori as Deputy Defense
Minister.
Wei/man resigned officially on
Ma) -> with a scathing attack
on the performance oi the Likud-
led government in which he
served tor the last three years.
Begin promptly announced that
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, who took office in
March, would he shifted to the
defense slot and that Energy
Minister Vit/hak Modai. leader
ot Likud's Liberal Party, would
l>e named the new Foreign
Minister
HIS PLANS ran into stiff
opposition from the Democratic
Movement which said Modai
was unacceptable to it. from the
National Religious Party which
complained that it was not con-
sulted in advance and from
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon who presented himself as
the most suitable candidate for
Defense Minister and threatened
to resign il the post went to
Shamir He accepted the interim
appointment of Begin
Sundaj Cabinet session was
marked by sharp exchanges be-
tween Sharon and Begin.
Sharon. I Yom Kippur War hero
and the Cabinets most out-
spoken hawk, claimed that if
Shamir became Defense Minister
and Modal Foreign Minister.
Begin would have abandoned
the security of Israel."
Begin retorted that he did not
consider it necessary to have a
military man as Defense
Ministei and noted that in many
countries, including Britain and
the U S that office traditionally
is held by a civilian.
MANY observers believe that
the hard hue Sharon was. in fact.
Begins lint choice to replace
W'eizman Hut he was served
notice by the DM and the
1 iberal Party that they would
oppose Sharon The Liberals
insist that they will accept only
Modai who emerged as the
partj s strongman in its in-
ternal elections last month. I he
DM claims Modai lacks the
qualifications to tarve as Foreign
Minister and has been pushing
its own No 2 man. Justice
Minister Shmuel Tamir. for the
job
The NRP >s 'he onl> coalition
Banner which has indicated that
,t will hold off for the time being
Gen Shanin
and not adopt a final position.
Begin met with an NRP
delegation Friday and ap-
parently reached an under-
tanding with them Although
Begin himself threatened to
resign last weak unless the
Cabinet crisis is resolved, he
changed his mind
He reportedly told the NRP
members that if he quit now.
bringing down the Likud
government, the next govern
ment might be headed by the
Labor Alignment which could
mean. according to Begin,
handing the West Bank over to
the Arabs to form a Palestinian
state My hands will not spill
this blood." he said. Meanwhile,
the Labor Party charged the
Begin government with en-
dangering national security
The security and the very exis
tence of the State have become
toys in the hands of a quarrel
some and unstable government.
the Labor Party said over t h.
weekend- "It is not a matter o'
conflict between the oppositioi
and the government but re.
concern for our existence," tr
party communique said
Egypt Welcomes U.S. Aircraft
At Air Base in Cairo
WASHINGTON
(JTA) American aircraft
are engaged in training
exercises with Egyptian
airmen at the West Air
Base in Cairo, the State
Department said. The De-
partment's chief spokes-
man, Hodding Carter,
refused to comment as to
whether the U.S. aircraft
were reconnaissance planes.
Rut he emphasized that
they were there for training
purposes with the Egyptian
Air Force.
State Department sources also
said that "possibly" additional
U S aircraft will go to Egypt
The sources said they were not
aware" that the American planes
may have flown over Sinai or
made any use of the Israeli
facilities on the peninsula. This is
the first time American aircraft
have been engaged in such
exercises.
ASKED IF the U.S. aircraft
might use Israeli facilities as well
a- Egyptian, a source said. "We
have under review use of such
facilities in a number of coun-
tries "' He declined to comment
on "specific possibilities."
Egyptian Defense Minister
Kamal Hassan Ali said the U.S.
could use "Egyptian facilities
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tries hut ihBt
Williams, the Clut)
entertainment chairman and
i rrew von Bergen its president,
naid the) would no( ml lohar the
terrorist h 'on from
participation
In response to a JTA >ji"
Hodding l rlei the Si
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latei rain uled the Club di
lion "i the I'l -i- coun-
t r\ \ "ii I* risen said the listing
m ihe i lub puhl
Record was unfi>rtunate
In .i letter In Von Bergi n Ma>
Malo) said he *as obliged
lo resign on prim ipk" since you
overruled my d iskwi lo i ancej
the luncheon set loi Ma>
featuring Clovis Maksoud.
resident spokesman for ihe \rab
League
MU.OY's letter said my
cancellation d ismn i leared m
advance with flub \ ice President
loseph Slevin and fhairman ol
lbs Board 8eth Payw was n
on the cualomar) grounds our
member* had >hun insufficient
interest in the luni heon Wi
sold only Bl tickets lo our 1.000
resident members and require
twice thai number t<> put
lunch
fne \r.it, I ague pledged lo
bu\ .i bloc ol 100 tickets so ihe
luncheon could go forward, but
presumably Press lub speakers
hincheons are lor ihe benefit ol
Coaliauedaa Page 15 B
More than 400 leaders of th
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration gathered Wednesday
eveing (or the Federation's 42nd
annual meeting, which featured
the election of Marry A I Hap I
Levy ol Miami Beach as preai
denl lor 1980-81
Highlighting the event was the
election ol a new slate ol off kits
board ol directors and an ad
visory council lor the coming
year
I lei ted as Federation \ ici
presidents were Samuel I Adler
Cioldie Goldstein, \rthur Horn
wit/. Mel V U1 Kart/mer and
Norm.in II l.ipofl Other officer*
im lude Se retury Mnrily n Smith.
Vssocintc Secretary Donald K
I ..lion I'reusurer Myrn Parr and
\ssociatc Treasurer Joel l.<\ \
Honored lor the Stanley f
Myers Presidents Leadership
Vward lor achievement and nut
standing potent ml among young
Sorth Miami Beach
ranter and Miami
.ittoi Ste>en .1 Kruv it/
LEVY, a Miami businessman
anti developer, served as a Fed-
eration vice president and has
been a member of the board of
directors for more than 10 years
He has served as chairman of the
Planning and Budget Committee
and as a member of the Public
Relations Committee He WSJ
general campaign chairman of
Federation's Combined Jewish
\ppeol-Israel Kmergencv Fund
in 1972 T.I Levy was the 1070
recipient ol the Stanley C. Myers
Presidents' leadership Award
lie i- a vice president ol
lemple I'm.mu I'l ami the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital lor
the Vged lie currently serves os
chairman ot the board ot the
South Honda Chapter ol \mcr
nan I'neiul- ol Hebrew Timer
sily and us II member ol the board
ol directors i>l the PuiMinicolaou
Cancer Research Institute
levy's involvement in local
and national Jewish communal
organizations has included
serving as a trustee of Mount
Sinai Medical Center and the
United Israel Appeal, and he has
served on the national executive
committee ol the United Jewish
\ppeal In 1975. he received the
Hebrew I niversily s Scopus
Award
The Federation is the central
addies- tor (ireater Miami's
Jewish community. which
numbers 2MMMW in population
Through us annual Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Fmergency
Fund campaign. Federation
provides funding lor the human
iturilin programs ot more than <'
local, national and overseas social
sen ice agencies
NationalRabbinicBody
Selects Rabbi Stern
Habbi Tibor M Stern.
Orthodox rabbi in Miami Beach
and spiritual leader ot the Jocoll
c Cohen Community
Synagogue, was elected national
\ i!. president at ihe convention
ol the \gudus llorabonim
\No elect ill at the .on. luVC ol
the oldest Orthodox Rabbinical
uni/alion in ihe country were
K.,liln Moshc Feinstein,
president: Rubbi Or .1 B
Solov .it ehuk honorary
president; Rabbi Simcha
I hlberg. chairman ol the
. \. ullV v board
loseph Handleman of Miami.
national pn tident <>/ Amer-
ican Red Magi n David for
Israel, will preside at the first
annual com ention in Israel of
rganuation on June 24
,iiul 25 In addition to Israel's
/' ) itzak Navon and
I'nrn,- Ministi r Menachtm
1<> gin, participants include
Minister of tin- Interior
Joseph Burg, Deputy Prime
Ministi ) igal Yadin, Health
Minister Eliezer Shostak, for-
mer Foreign Minister Abba
Kban and Jerusalem Mayor
Vedd\ Kolli
Cohen Named Protocol Chief
For Maccabiah Games
Philip i ohen I S Marine Corps irvt I,
r ol B'nsi B'rith, has Ix-t-n ap
lb) Israi: and the United Statss se chief ol
rXol lor the 1981 World Jewish Olympics
(ccabiah (ia nesl lo be held in Israel
mil responsible for seeing that all
nal ons adhere to the Olympic rules
policit Mao I will s*e toil that all nations
I courtesy and dignity they are
pied tn hi said
bhtn ol Philadelphia and now a
|h Florida resident, was the coordinator and
| Maccabiah (James in 1961, 1986
7 He assisted in security for
B.inaiiims ,iitending the games
was captain of the United states
*inners f the workl championship Hehai
. ihe State ol Israel five times snd
lilf member of the Wingate Institute in
Israel
Puigat- rves as the training ground not only
'lb* physical education teachers but is
he physical condition ol the Israel
Bei lore, rehabilitation of the handicapped
I the treatment ol victims of aD Israel conflicta
entered the US Navy in 1 v>41 ami was
^^d U) attend officers training in the I S
Fit- Corps He
rvweight boxing
won th<" Marine
champKinship in
Corps
1942
- Hrved in the Marines until 19-tK and then
n^mll.-.: lo active dulv m 1950 In 19.r>t. h.
fitwl bj the secretary of defense lor U
rdinar\ arvicas."
f* ohen has retvived many proieartnnal and
"as and has dedicated thousands ol
lha cause of youth throughout the
*-^ founder and charter president of the
Col /' '
Miami Sports Lodge of B n
former commissioner lor th
Mhletk Commission U Vlim.n.stara.on
ffon:pUla.nlandli. 'founder and dean em.ritu.ol
BnaiBrithCoUeg. ^ ^ J Rabbi Stern delivered u paper
ai the convention on Israel ond
Its Security in the Light "I
HaliM ha lie had just returned
from Israel und Kgpyl. when hi
mad. an extensivi study ol the
s|| ll.lt IOI1
Rubbi Stern has a weekly radio
program on Wednesday at 10
., m on WK\ l> in New York.
Known as the \ on e ol lorah.
i| ,s sponsored by Hebrew
National Kosher Foods In. He is
national rabbinic chairman for
the company
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4rea rabbis met recently with Yehuda Airier, special advisor
to Israeli Prime Minister. Menaehem Begin From left are
Rabbi Max A LipSChiU, Beth Torah Congregation. Rabbi
I eon Kronish, Temple Beth Sholom. Airier; and Rabbi Maxer
\bramowiU of Temple Menorah. The matting WOS held in
Veil Orleans, under the auspices of the Israel Bond
Organization, Numerous problems affecting the Jewish State
and its finances uere discussed. The rabbis uere toUi of the
critical need to supply cash to Israel to meet the requirements
of rebuilding the \egev Desert
Metropolitan Synagogue
To be Inducted into UAHC
is currently
ihe Greater
B'rith He >-
Pennsylvania state
also a national
The Metropolitan Community
Synagogue Ol (ireater Miami, a
congregation serving the Jewish
and gay communities, will be
formally inducted into the Cnion
of American Hebrew
Congregations on Saturday. June
7. at r> p.m On that evening.
Rabbi Lewis Bogage, south eaat
regional director, will present the
1 \llt"s forms! charter at the
synagogue, 19094 West Dixie
Highway North Miami Beach
Special invitations have been
extended to rabbis and members
ot all the Ketorm Jewish
congregation in Oade. Broward
and Palm Beach counties The
public is invited to attend.
The ceremony will center
around the Havdalah service
which traditionally marks the
separation between the con-
elusion ot the Sabbath and the
rest ol the week The president of
the Metropolitan Community
Synagogue will accept the UAHC
charter on behalf of the
congregation Intertwined with
the religious service will be a
prayer for the emergence from
hiding, a history of the
congregation, and a reading of
telegrams and messages of
congratulations trom the com-
munit \
Unanimously elected to
membership of 4,000 delegates at
the last biennial conference, the
\1 el ropol it an Communit y
Sj nagogue of Greater Miami is
now the second such synagogue
to belong to the UAHC. Deeply
committed to full and active
membership in the Union of
American Hebrew Congregation.
the M.C S will soon announce
plans to send delegates to the
Reform organization's South
Fast Regional Conference this
fall in Mobile, Ala.
It is my
a tt&Z2-!2*S
what Hollers to the world
tlewistti Floridian
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Eugene Lipman
Beth Torah Congregation of
North Miami Beach has re-
elected Kugene M. Lipman to
serve as president of the
congregation for 1960-81.
Lipman. a native of Cleveland.
Ohio, is a graduate of Case
Western Reserve University. He
moved to Miami in 1966 with his
wife Molly and their three
daughters. Deborah. Harriet and
Diane
Lipman has been active in
many facets of the congregation
since he first became a member in
196ft He has served as executive
vice president, religious vice
president, treasurer, chairman of
the budget committee and as an
active mei.iber of the board of
directors and members of the
Men's Club.
Lipman is the senior vice
president of Mondex. Inc.. land
planners and developers
throughout the state of Florida
1'rn.r to his appointment as
senior vice president in January
1979. he hdd the position of vice
president of Mondex for the
previous nine years.
He is a member of H'nai B'rith.
the Jewish Community Center.
Florida Association of Mortgage
Brokers. and a sustaining
member of Community
Associations Institute.
The following officers will
serve on the executive coninittee
and the board of directors with
Lipman Kxecutive Vice
President. Marshall Baltuch;
Fducation Vice President. Ike
Semaya: Financial Vice
President. Lester Engel. House
Nice President. Gerald Leebow.
Membership Vice President.
Henni Golden: Religious Vice
President. Alan Mint/. Ways
and Means Vice President.
Lillian Chasin: Youth Vice
President. Jay Weisberg:
Treasurer. Barry Gurland:
Recording Secretary. Janet
Friedman; Corresponding
Secretary. Betty Weinberg:
Milton Swersky, chairman of the
trustees of the board of directors.
The members who will serve on
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the board of directors for 1980-81
are: Ixiuis Adler, Robert Billim
Max Breslow. George Kdelsw
Alvin Klias. Joel Feinman. B
(ienad. Irving Kultler. Sidr
Libow. Dr. Michael Margarrtl ,
Max Mickelson. Dr. M i.
Kuttler. Irving Pivnick. J
Robert Sheir. Vivian Sneidi"
Milton Swersky. Jay Weisberg
Klaine Zidel, Sylvia Ziffer.
Howard Zimmerman
The formal installation will
take place prior to Selichol
services on Sept f>
Medical
Graduates
Kmanuel M Papper. M.I), vice
president for medical affairs and
dean of the School of Medicine,
delivered the commencement
address at graduation ceremonies
for the University of Miami
School of Medicine on June 1 at
the Miami Beach Theater of the
Performing Arts.
Among the graduates were
Howard Rosner. son of Mr and
Mrs Samuel Rosner of Miami
Beach Howard Rosner. who also
composed the music for the
processional and recessional, will
serve his residency at
Massachusetts General Hospital
in Boston.
Other graduates included
Kenneth Schild. son of Mr. and
Mrs Bertram Shield of South
Miami, and a husband and wife.
Bradford Kuthberg and Judith
Cohen Kuthberg. daughter of
Mrs Sarah Cohen of Miami and
the late Julius Cohen. Kuthberg
is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jack
Ruthbergof Middletown. N V
Schild will complete his
residency at the University of
San Antonio (Tex.) Teaching
Hospital Judith Cohen Ruthberg
will complete her residency at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, and
Bradford Ruthberg at Mt Sinai
Hospital in Miami Beach
The invocation was given by
Rabbi Allen Bezner of the
Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, a member of the
graduating class.
A new curriculum unit on the
Holocaust for social studies
classes has been developed
through a joint effort of the Anti-
Defamation I-eague of B'nai
B'rith' Florida Regional Office,
the Florida International
University School of Education
and the Dade County Public
Schools
The new study unit will be
incorporated into the county's
U.S. History classes for senior
high schools as a three-day study
"of the systematic persecution
and genocide of 6 million Jews
and 5 million non-Jews from
1933-1945. in Nazi Germany and
elsewhere, under the leadership of
Adolph Hitler "
The unit includes an overview
of what happened in Nazi Ger-
many during the 1930s and
1940s, an explanation of why the
Holocaust occurred, and im-
plications that can be drawn for
Braille Soccer
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Braille copies of the 1980
schedule of the North American
Soccer l-eague (NASLl are
available for braille-reading
sports fans These free schedules
may be obtained from Florida
Regional Library for the Blind
and Physically Handicapped
The regular season will
end on Aug 24 Playoffs begin on
Aug. 2H and v. ill culminate with
Soccer Bowl 80 in RFK Stadium.
Washington. DC .on Sept 21.
In cooperation with NASL. the
National Library Service for the
Blind and Physically Han
dicapped. Library of Congress,
produces the braille schedules.
Football basketball, baseball,
and hockey schedules are brailled
throughout the year and these
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local libraries
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Handicapped also has sports
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cassette. and disc editions
Readers can order free listings of
these titles as well as free annual
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For more information, contact
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National Library Service for the
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Washington. D.C. 20542.
today. In addition to sup-
plementary reading materials,
films and filmstrips. posters and
slides, student activities, and a
teacher's guide, the new
curriculum includes a videotape
of an eyewitness account of the
Nazi era by Rubin Offenbach, a
Miami businessman and a
survivor of Nazi concentration
camps, who was interviewed by
Hope Bader. a 16-year-old
student.
SUPPORT for this project was
provided by the ADL's Julia
Strassman Holocaust Studies
Fund in memory of her daughter.
Helga. Mrs Strassman is a
native of Austria and herself a
Holocaust survivor.
Prof Stephen Fain, chairman
of FlU's Department of
Educational leadership and the
ADLs Education Committee,
believes that "if we are to learn
from history how to improve the
quality of human life, then we
must examine both the positive
and negative chapters in human
history The Nazi Holocaust is an
example of a negative chapter
that remains unpara
Genocide and racial persecuj
have always been a part of
past, but never before
Holocaust has nich persecute
been practiced on so large a sci
or with such calculated cruelty
More and more students u
the general public as t.|| 3
want to know why country af3
country sat silent l> L
millions of innocents ,
murdered. Dr Fain says
Paul Hanson, social stu
consultant for the Dade (our
Public Schools, expects the ne
unit to become an integral parti
the history curriculum during|
19M0-8I academic year Hans
who was instrumental m M,
development of Ho|ocauJ
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Aaron Podhurst, Susan Rarhleff.
William Saatar. Richard Slavin.
Paul Barnetl and Marjone
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Stettin. Norman Klein. Henri<
Hi rns Paul Besser I
Priken. Helen Steinberg Kelvin
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Leo K.it/ Melanie K.il. k>
Donald Lockshin Ira C*n
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Marvin Horn, president of
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president ol Sisterhood and
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Trust' I meritus Ralph
Hollander and immediate Past
President Kenneth J SchwarU
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are Ralph P Kingsley and Julian
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students
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expand its program b\ beginning
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wh ich ill go from pre
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It.ililn I .eon Kronish, national
hairmnn ol the board ol
directors ol the 11 istadrut
Foundation, anil Hen /ion
si. inlterg ol Miami 11 istadrut.
also will be honored guests at the
luncheon meeting of the \merica-
Israel Chamber, which will be
held .it '.-' Kl p m I'uesdaj. at
tin tireater Miami Jewish
Federal ion
Reservations are necessui \ and
ma\ l.e made l>\ railing the
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The Jewish Theological Seminan
nl Vmerica, congratulates I from
left to right i Rabbi Mark H
lireenspan. Robert I Chaykin.
Kdward S Snitkoff. and Karen L
Mi/rnchi. all ol Florida, at the
Seminan s With annual com-
mencement exercises
Rabbi (Jreespan, son ol Mrs
Ksther (Jreenspan ol North
Miami Heath and the late Daniel
(ireenspnn, was ordained rabbi.
teacher, and preacher at the
leremom lie received the
Herman II RubenoviU and
Mignon I. Rubenovitz Prize. He
was also a recipient ol the David
Schurps Memorial Prize in
Talmud
Chaykin. who tame to the
Seminars from Planlat ion. was
awarded the degree ol masters ol
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Snitkoff. em 'i ot Mi and Mrs
Krad Snitkoff ol Miami, and Ms
Mi/.ruchi, daughter ol Mr and
Mrs Charles Mi/raebiot Atlanta
Ik'uch. were awarded the degree
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and will be a perpetual
testimonial to the high degrw ol
affection, eateem and love in
which the) are held b) their
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preaident
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are chairmen ot the event
\- chairman ol the Jewish
National Fund Foundation. I >r
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Histadrut Cultural Leader to Speak Begin Book Is Bonds Gil
Nachman Tamir. director of
the Cultural Department of
Histadrut in Israel, will speak on
"Can Israel Become the Cultural
Center of World Jewry?" at a
breakfast sponsored by the Israel
Histadrut Foundation and the
K Anthony Infante has been
named president of Intercon-
tinental Hank The announce-
ment was made by the chair-
man of the board for the bank
who stated that "his previous
banking experience in Dade
County will be very i aluable
in the continued growth of
Intercontinental Hank In-
nned Intercontinental
Bank on October of last \
i
Julius Schatz. director of the
American Jewish Congress
Commission on Jewish Life
and Culture, has been ap-
pointed by President Carter
to serve on the newly-estab-
lished United States Holo-
caust Memorial Council. The
Council, created following
recommendations made by
the President's Commission
on the Holocaust, will estab-
lish an appropriate memorial
museum in Washington, DC.
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Israel Histadrut I ampai^n
Thursday. JuiM 12. at 10:30a.m.
at the Konover Hotel in Miami
Beach
Tamir. who will be introduced
by Dr Sol Stein, national
president of the Histadrut
Foundation, has headed the
Cultural Department of
Histadrut for nearly 30 years
Author, lecturer, writer, editor,
publisher and literary critic.
Tamir has written five books and
edited over 50 books of various
authors, including a book by
David Ben-Ciurion He occupies a
central position in the literary
cultural life in Israel
The continental breakfast,
which will be chaired by Dr
Morton Malsvaky, spiritual
leader OJ Temple Heth Shalom.
Hollywood, is open to the public.
For reservations, call the
Histadrut office >n Miami Beach
Israel Prime Minister
Men.ti-hem Begin s new book.
I he Revolt, will be presented to
all new members of the Israel
Prime Minister's Club of the
State of Israel Bonds
Organization
The book will be especially
inscribed. "In appreciation for
the response to Israel's im-
mediate cash needs." declared
(iary K (ierson. Israel Bonds
general Campaign chairman
The bonk will be presented
only to those members of the
PMC ho make their payment
for Israel Bonds pledge by June
30 The Prime Minister I Club
COftStal I of all those who pure ha--.
125.000or more in Israal Bonds
The fin <>li describes Begins
experience as a young
his involvement w^M
derground during Israels*'
Independence and ln pnor
All those who are Jt<
receiving a copv of the
asked to call the Krae|
office in the Ronev |>
Hadassah Tour
The Miami Region \-s
of Hadassah an
deluxe eight daj
bus vacation through i
Carolina, the Smokw Mount!
and Georgia thai I
day's visit ami lunch w.uhi
children at II., | ,,h s c
Judaea
The trip will
escorted and w\
North Miami on \ ,
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+Jeist Her Minn
ioneer Women News
of ^Prts
Israel and a
will be
* tff&ai meet.ng of
i'ldflson Chapter of
Women
,t noon
num ?f
Wednesday.
in the civic
\\ .i^hington
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Prive.
Miami
GiBgold. national
rfhoneer Women, will
, the currant Israeli
l.ci.i report rihe
W,H deliver the
report, and Anna
il! k''^' lne rnem
pHpi,rt
Kaufman preaidsnl of
lltlDlf, will review the
'jr.-' lh iy;9,r
EtioMl ye Tillie
j- rill entertain at the
lth ,i recital of

^ meeting is open to the
fcind refreshments will he
Monica raised at the
ill it> directly to the
^tOlFund m Israel
__old goods and boutique
[Till be on sale at bargain
lit the final meeting of the
Chapter of Pioneer
iSunda>. June B, at noon.
[at civic auditorium of the
(ton Savings and lx>an
mition. 1133 Normandy
lMiami Beach
ildif Harkan will sing
sh songs at the meeting
is free and open to the
Rita Adoff is president of
khptcf
aest Speakers at
tentura Center
lit 8:1 >
Vvcnuira
I be temple
Mdtnt Judd Merl Cantor
pi will chant
SI .ilihat.
Sisti rhood vs ill
t 8:4
be pulpit
'in rtciting
planning its
I annual bazaar to be held m
mber Household items.
i-brac and good usable
' brought to thai
PthjssumiiMr
Singles Service
[Temple Beth Am will conduct
servicf for the singles
Burnt y Friday. June 6. at
pm in the chapel. The
u open to the entire
community Refresh
nd dancing follow the
There is no fee, and no
citation of funds Rabbi
wl Chefiu will speak on the
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Three Miami Heach chapters of
Pioneer Women have elected
officers for 1980 Ml The leaders
of the local units were installed
by Mildred Weiss of Deerfield
Beach, coordinator of the
Southeast Area of Pioneer
Women, at a Konover Hotel
luncheon
Kathenne l.ippman was re-
elected preaidenf of the (iolda
Meir chapter, named in honor of
the former Israeli prime minister
who once was national head of
Pioneer Women
Serving with Mr- l.ippman
are \ era (lorfinc Rom Abels and
(.'laire Halahan. vice presidents
Don Malpern. treasurer. Frances
Seligman. financial acretaT)
Martha Grattutr, corresponding
secretary and Mollie Knche\
recording MClater)
Veda Gniber WU re-elected
president of Kilat chapter, with
Ann I'ohen and Kos- Kubin
elected as vice president Other
officers are Miriam Guaovsk)
corresponding secretary, (ioldie
Rubinstein, recording secretary,
and Helen Savsower. treasun'r
He-elected as president of Beba
Idelson chapter was Sarah
Kaufman The unit is named in
memory of the former head of
Na amal Other officers include
I- -ther Wemstein. vice president
Kanny (iibson. honorary
president. Ann dross
corresponding secretary.
Florence Becker, recording
secretary. Sabina Meyerson and
Hose l.uchter. treasurers, and
Eleie Sharrow. financial
secretarv
Graduation Ceremonies Set
At Temple Emanu-El
M M .iL llmtltlM Jill ill VI I
I fade Commisioner Honey
Hin in has receh ed the annual
conservation award for 1980
from the Tropical Audubon
Society fTASl In announcing
the an aril. I AS president
Harvey A A brams called Ru-
i in's contributions "consis-
tent and s.i i. ssful" ami cited
him as hat ing "provided the
necessary leadership to pro-
tect the quality of life in
South Florida at several key
junctures spanning more than
a decade "
Special Service
\ special service on Friday.
June H. at Temple Israel will
commemorate high school
graduation The service was
written by the matriculating
memt>ers of Tl FTV
\t B pm. Habbi Brett S.
Goldatein will discuss Short-
t'utt ing Our Lives."
(iraduation ceremonies for
sixth and ninth graders from the
l.ehrman Day School and
graduates <>f the Religious School
will take plan' Wednesday. June
11. at 7 .10 pm in the temple's
Friedland Ballroom.
1 >r Amir Baron is educational
director ol the school I)r Irving
1-ehrman is rabbi, and Mrs.
Kowena Kovler is principal
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To Appear on TV
Itulibi Morris Kipper, founder
and director of High School in
Israel s i|uinmesler program, will
appear on The Still Small
Voice.' the Jewish-onenUsd
television program on Sunday.
JuncH. at n:30a.m. on Channel 7.
Habbi Kipper will lie ac-
companied by two South Dade
teenagers who have participated
in the eight-week, intensive
immersion study experience The
Killian High School students are
Steve Silverman and Marcy
I lecher
For further information, call
Felice Traktman at the school.
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..- the brain child ol artist
Eatel Mendeleoa and serves
showcaat tor the paintings to
which Estel has devoted good
d*-al of h teens
Having covered even.- avail-
able wall in her home and an
adjacent three room guest house.
Kstel p-Jmits I simply had no
.hoice but to find additional
hanging space so I created the
1031 Gallery."
Originally from Brooklyn,
N.Y., where she met and married
Mel Mendelson (now a Miami
Beach Commissioner), Estel has
never stopped studying and
painting. continuing this
schedule through the family's
move to Florida, and while she
raised her two daughters. Randi
Miller and Sheryl Radar, the
latter mother of the Mendelson
grandson. Loren, a three-year-
old.
Kstel hopes that her gallery
will be the beginning of a revital-
ization of a small section of the
Lincoln Mall so that localites and
visitors will stroll there once
again attracted by the work of
sculptors, painters, ceramists
and allied artists.
Gallery 1031 was launched
with a gala opening in May.
Among guests were Mayor and
Mrs. Murray Meyerson. Com-
missioners Alex Daoud and
Leonard Wrinstein. John and
Helene Owen. Herman and
Mildred Bogdish. City Manager
Harold Toal. Assistant Manager
Hal Cohen. Dr. and Mrs. Norman
Liebman. Leona-Adrianne Altev-
son. Mr. and Mrs. James Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gollub,
ceramist Florence Tubel. the Nat
Potamkins. Emily Cirlin. Mr. and
Mrs Ben Wolfe. Prof, and Mrs.
Eugene Massin. Dr. Max and
Lois Dobrin.
Prominent localites elected to
the Board of Directors of the
Florida Chapter. American
Friends of Haifa University
include Judge Frederick N.
Barad. Norman Braraan. Dr. and
Mrs Maxwell Dauer. Barton S.
Goldberg. Stephen Muss, Mrs.
Matthew Rosenhaus and Herbert
Sadkhv Dr. and Mrs. George S.
Wise are founders .
Busy year ahead for Sonia
Miller: she has accepted the
presidency of Ohav Chapter of
Hadassah and will serve as
education chairman of the Young
Adults Division. Greater Miami
Jewish Federation during the
club year of 1980 81. That
would seem to be enough for the
average person, but in addition.
Sonia has started a new business
called PLUS Professionals
learning Useful Spanish .
Helene (Mrs. John) Owen.
president of the Friends of the
Bass Museum, has returned from
New Orleans where she attended
a five-day Museum Gift Shop
Show Seminar Helene is also
volunteer buyer for the Mount
Sinai Gift Shop .
A quilt made by Carol Wien
and on display in the "Earth.
Fiber and Fantastic Forum VI"
at the Grove House, won the
multi-talented Mrs. Wien an
award. In addition. E. P. Dutton
is bringing out a book soon on
Carol's artwork.
Union ( Nev k City
in honor of th. i lass
* ho ill recei\ e t h<- Kol !
\ w a rd
\ reversal ol role foi the
ents .'.
nificenl j tiding \ isiton
\ i/i ay a I hey w to a
tour architectural and
historic highhghis ol remplc
larael ol Greater Miami recently
Conducting the group and doing
an excellent job were Hurriett
Mulbin, Vi Kahn and Marge
Schillinger.
Celebrating Spring wedding
anniversaries: .SO years of
togetherness for the Roberto
Sanders and the Noel Feldmans.
with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Haffner
not far behind with 45 years of
wedded bliss to their credit
Temple Kmanu-KI I'rexy Carol
Greenberg and spouse returned
recently from New York where
they celebrated the Mar MiUvah
of grandson Evan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eliott Greenberg. The
senior Greenbergs also had a
May wedding anniversary
Appointed or elected to new
posts: Howard Mesh named vice
president of the University of
.Miami School of Business
Alumni Association. Mrs. Ira
Dubitsky has received the
Governor's Art Award for her
leadership on behalf of art
organizations and seminars in the
state of Florida by the Burger
King Corporation: Mrs. Sony a
/urkerman named 1980 Woman
of the Year by the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami
Chapter of American Friends of
Hebrew University, and Jay
Haum elected president of the
[Jade Chapter of Certified Public
Accountants .
Leo Plot kin has been reap-
.lointed by Gov. Bov Graham as
hairman of the Human Rights
Advocacy Committee of the
State of Florida Mr and Mrs
Plotkin also celebrating the
graduation of their son. Loren.
from the University of Florida in
Business Administration
At Sabbath Eve service on
June fi. Temple s'mai of North
!'ade wjl honor it s young peopll
a ho have finished tour years in
the Hebrew School and will
ird outstanding -indent
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Commencement exercise-, i
the graduates and conaecratio
for the beginners of Temple Beth
Moshe I'opiel Religious School
will be held in the sanctuary al
the conclusion of the regular
asn ices on Sabbath June 7
The IfjUowtnM art- m-mh#-r* t>( lh-
lualinn i ,t \ ill Allen Carl
(taker i.-ih CaU Deborah dayman
Michael l'/uhin liana Oalloi
'..tiir\ liriari Gold Rrlca Harm
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Temple Judea to Honor Graduates
Temple Judea will honor its
Hebrew School graduates at
Family Worship Services on
Friday. June 6, at H p m The
students have completed the
three-year, three-day-a- week
Religious School program
The graduates are.
Stephanie Ann is. Michael
Barnett. Staci Blumenfeld.
Andrea Burger, Robert Cowan.
Marc Diamond. Laurence
Kisenstat. Ron Fink. Gary
Forster. Susan (iinsburg. Stacy
(ioldworn. Debra Gordon.
Matthew Kayton. Jon Kessler.
Hunter LaboviU, Tami 1-ewison.
Seth Nachman. Tamara I'algon.
Rachel Ray. Brian Schactman.
David Schwartz. Jeffrey
Schwartz. Ruth Segal. Andrew
Sugar. Scott Weinberg. Ixiri
Ueiss David Willner. Howard
Wolfson and Suzanne Yelen
now .Titer
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Graduates mi!
Temple Judea
Iudau a program
i onfirmation in Gradi
Ray Herman
director; Michael H I isensti
rabbi. and Sanfi ,
education commute ,
are now in the process |
mutating a new cum ulum
integrate formal Uudiea a
inlormal activ ities
Scientist to Address Bar-Ilan Groups
Dr. Harvey Babkoff. former
chairman of the Psychology
Department. Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity. Ramai Gan. will lie a guest
of the Florida Friends of Bar I Ian
University and Women for Bar
Han at a meeting at the Konover
Hotel on Thursday June 12. at
7:30 p.m.. in the Lyceum Room,
it was announced by E. Peter
Goldnng and Pauline G Charal.
presidents of the respective
organizations
fellow scientists at the I'niversiu
of Miami and Jackson Memorial
Hospital during his brief msii
here
Dr Babkoff. a research
scientist, is the author of many
papers involving auditory and
>. isula studies, including the
study of brain wave patterns on
both normal and mentallv ill
patients He has been the
recipient of grants for the past
decade from the United States
Public Health Service. the
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Dr Babkoff also will meet with
Schechter Day School Sets Graduation
On Friday evening. June 6. the
Solomon Schechter Day School of
Beth David Congregation will
hold its sixth annual graduation
ceremonies and end of year
program
A shabbat dinner will begin at
6 p.m. for the graduates, their
families and faculty members in
Spector Hall at the Coral Way-
facility, followed by the program
and evening service in the
sanctuary
Included in this year's sixth
grade class are two students who
have completed eight years at the
Day School As part of the
program. Suzanne Minkea and
Marc Heimowitz will present
some of their recollections of their '
eight years at Beth David's Dav
School
presentation is peace The
musical portions of the program
will include the participation of
the entire school with special
choral selections by the Dav
School Choir The graduation and
school presentation is produced
and accompanied by Mrs Helene
Benyunes.
The 16 graduate! Amy Bercer
daughter of Mr and Mr. Steven
Bargar, David Hlock. .on of Dr and
Mrs Norman Block. Ariana (Jerateln
laughter of Kabbi and Mrs Stanley
Oarstaln. Patlcla lUwin daughter of
Dr and Mn Ian Ha.ain, Mar.
Meimowiu. aon of Mr and Mn Stanley
Heimowitz. Beth Kaaner daughter o(
MJ",d..Mr\.l'av'd K"n" Suaanne
Mi'ikea. daughter of Dr and Mr. Jule.
Mlnaas. s.oti Keamk. ...n of Dr and
Mm Sorrel Keamk
AO^Sher.Koa. daughter of Mr and
Mr ^"i Hu" Jr" Hudo'PH n of
I h IF} *" k*'"" ""^Ph Marl.
Schaffel daughter of Mr and Mr.
Marnn Schaffel. Harry Shevln. ,n of
Ml and Mn Hubert Shevin Man
Sptagalmaa SMI Hi Mr and Mr. Max
s|ncgrlman. Joahua Tar)an aon of Mr
and Mr. I'eter Tarjan Benjamin
w.-inbergrr. aon of Dr and Mr.
M.iUin Weinberger and Ane.hla
Winter daugnter of Dr and Mr. Alan
WlNltl
Binational Science Ft
and th' National
Council
Referrals for tn nl II tM
Bar Man psychology cluiK comj
fn>m th- school --..rn. th
Minis!r} ol I i h i
individuals seeking! help Th
clina? deals with M
behavior and social problemi
the schools and treatment
only involves the child bu
members ol the family Th
ministry ol Defense refer* ht
core cast's of bereaved i.irruliesJ
parents, widows and orphans^
The clinic also deals with th
rehabilitation of -rverely
wounded soldiers and helps
difficult handicapped cas-|
Students working for M \ -
clinical psychology get much or
their training in direct work
the clinic
The theme of the graduation
Youth Center Sets Registration
A very nice invitation and an
award for Cantor David Coaviaor
of Temple Beth Sholom due
Wednesday, June 18. from
Alumni Association of Hebrew
Registration is underway for
the summer activities program at
the Belle Lehrman Youth Center
of Temple Emanu- KI
The summer program begins
June 23 and is open to children
ages 4 through 14. For ninth
graders there is a special
counselor in training program
A structured daily schedule is
planned, including activities such
as tennis, swimming, gym-
nastics, bowling, roller skating,
Israeli dancing, creative cooking,
drama and music, weekly
Shabbat Service. Field trips
include ice skating, go-carting,
lastle Park, waterboggan
golfing. a mystery bus ride,
barbecues. scavenger hunts,
dance marathons and color war
ror more information and
camp schedule, call the Youth
Center directors. Jeff Kaplan and
Maxine Baumnnd.
B'naiB'rith Women
Lincoln B'nai B'rith Women
will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday. June 11, at 11:30
a.m. at the 100 Lincoln Road
Club Room
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June
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na i" Miami
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I prodigy in his
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Ii*hed artist performs
ona l"lh Stradn sriua conaidered
. '. best \ <-.ir of lhai
- period
\ dun "I Metropolitan Opera
soprani'- Marilyn Horn** and
I Scolto will concertize.
Thursda\ Dec 11 and Saturday.
Jan IT Conducting orchestras
lor both will lie the Met s Nicola
Rescigno
Cellist Nathaniel Rosen plus
the Atlanta Symphony. Ixjuis
Lane conducting, will appear
Wednesday Feb 11 Rosen won
the Gold Medal at Moscow's 1978
Tchaikovak) Competition.
On Tuesday. March 10. the
Indianapolis Symphony
Orchestra, with John Nelson
conducting, will feature violinist
ElmarOliveira
Trained at Wheaton College
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and the Juilliard
latei |oined the facultj Ni Ison is
considered an Vmencai
dm tor nl majoi it .it .
Mel ropolitan (I per a Ii in
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(.old Medal in Moscow -
Tchaikovsk) International \ lohn
i ompel ii ion >li\ eira s( udied .ii
( onnecltml Haiti < ollege ol
Mush and ihe Manhattan School
nl Music before being chosen .it
the age nl I1, bj Leonard Ber
natein la appear on television as
soloist with tin New York
Pfulharmonii ^ oung Peop
( oncert Following Ins 19 I
Carnegie Hall debut. OUveirt
went on to solo performances
with major \merican orchestras
I In season's finale will bring
Yehudi Menuhin in his return to
Miami Tuesday, March 31,
accompanied !>> a full symphony
orchestra
Menuhin is founder of the
"1 ehudi Menuhin School in
Surrey Fngland. artistic director
o( three Furopean music
festivals, president of the
International Music Council,
essayist, author, lecturer and
teacher
The Great Artists Series is
presented under the aegis of
Rabbi Leon Krorush. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom of
(.renter Miami
Subscriptions are now being
accepted for the 1980-H1 season
Intermarriage Seminar Set
A special seminar planned for
couples who contemplate in-
termarriage Wl|| be held on
Wednesday evening. June 11. at
|he Kendall branch of Temple
Israel
Among the issues to be
^cussed by Rabbis Brett
Wdstein and Lewis Bogage will
* why Have Jews Historically
Avoided Intermarriage.'' What
* the Predominant Obstacles
10 Successful Intermarriage
ow Might a Newly Married
L<*ple Help to Insure a Sue
cwhjl Intermarriage?"
In this age of disposable
""uonships and divorce." em
P',,DS Rabbi Goldstein.
Judaism continues to stress the
y*> of the institution of
"mage Rabbis continually
attempt to improve the chances
for a meaningful relationship -
and statistics still indicate that
success rates are lower for those
involved in intermarriage And
yet in instances where both
partners promise to afford their
children a Jewish education and
background, the rate of sue
cessful marriage is barely less
than the national norm
Intermarried couples who are
contemplating children or at
filiation with a religious
organization are encouraged to
participate in the rabbu
discussion, which will begin at -
p.m in the temple s social hall
Reservations should be made in
advance by calling the t*mple
office by June 9
| ..., \letser (rinhtl presents a replica of the Dead Sea Scndls to Secretary oj
'slut, i,,.-.,. Fireslom t second from left! during a recent visit to the Florida Capitol.
\ nluiK to Fin stom tin nifl from the peoph ; Israel to the people of Florida for their
lerslandinn and support will become part of u trurelinu. exhibit that will
sihui tour thi stall Joining Firestone in accepting the nifl from Israel ure Assistant Secretary
Stall lion Lei ill th ftl and I ommissioner < Pictured are the newly installed Miami Region of Hadassah offuers: Top row, left to right
Ei Ximerow, Bonnie Jacobson, Blanche Fiske. Diane Issenberg Middle row: Edythe
Zimmerman Ada Kohlreiter. Lona Urovsky. Mimi Dickerman. Thelma Hankin, Dorothy
Handshu Dot tie Kobritz. Bottom row: Dotte Amster. Yet la Fned, Linda Mtnkes. Sylvia
Herman. .Xatalie Lyons. Anne Soule. \'ot pictured are Ray Jacobson and Eddyse Kcssler
Linda Minkes Heads Hadassah Region
At the recent conference of the Miami Region of
Hadassah. held at the DuPont Plaza Hotel. Mrs
Jules (Linda) Minkes was installed as the new
president of the Region.
Mrs Minkes has been a community leader for
many years. In Hadassah, she is past president of
A viva and has held many other offices She was
chairperson fr tne M,ami Region Conference.
I.inda and her husband. Dr. Jules Minkes, were
founders of the Beth David Solomon Schecter
Dav School, and she was president of the PTA
therefor nine vears.
She is a member of the board of directors of
Beth David Congregation; a member of the South
Dade Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; past president of the Dade
Osteopathic Medical Auxiliary and scholarship
chairperson on the state level; a member of the
health action committee of the South Dade
Chamber of Commerce.
Linda and her husband have lived in Miami for
14 years and are the parents of five children. She
is a member of a three generation Hadassah
family.
Camp Gan Israel to Open June 24
"mage Rabbis continually
Beth David Kadima Honors Member!
long with their
leoraiK." "--------- .
w f the 135 enrolled
M"liJ have Uken active
youngsters have ^
"7 y^LnK!,l^h David s Kadima As
Kdim. Parents and ^numerous creative activities
Due to requests from parents
and campers of Camp Gan Israel
(formerly Jettl. the camp is now
preparing for its summer season
in Homestead
According to Rabbi Joseph
Histon. Chabad activities
director, this camp will be staffed
bv the bocherim of the Yeshiva
Gedolah of Greater Miami
Rabbinical College, who are
dedicated to providing a healthy,
spiritual enviroment for Jewish
children.
The camp is planning a whole
new series of activities, including
a trip to Disney World.
Along with an intensive
program of Jewish studies, the
camp offers a varied and com-
plete sports and recreational
program.
Head counselors Shmuel
Posner and Alter Bukiet have
vears of experience in camping.
According to Rabbi Biston.
who will serve as camp director.
there is a limited amount of
speace available in the camp.
Chabad House urges all parents
who wish to register their
children to contact the Chabad
House.
Camp Gan Israel will be in
session for five weeks from June
24 to Jury 28. Scholarships are
available on a limited, first come,
first served basis, to deserving
boys, ages 7 to 15. There will also
be a speical junior counselor and
counselor in training program.


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Music, food, door prizes, variety and magician's shows,
poetry recitation, art and ceramic demonstrations exhibitions
will make up the third annual Senior Citizen's Cultural Festival
at the North Campus of Miami-Dade Community College on
June 11. Activities will begin at 10 a.m. and continue until 4
p.m., with all performances being held in and around the campus
William I) Pawley Center theatre
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation announces the sponsorship
of a professional Coin and Stamp Show to be held at Cutler
Ridge Mall, Miami on Sunday, June 8, between noon and 5 p.m.
with exhibitions throughout the entire mall. The show helps
support diabetes research.
Ruth Ronenberg will speak on Middle Kast Current Kvents"
at a meeting of the Dr. Abraham Wolfaon Forum on Thursday.
June 12. at 10 a.m. at the Washington Federal Hank. 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
"Company." with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and
liook by (Jeorge Furth. will l>e presented by the Center Stage
Players of Miami-Dade Community College's New World Center
Campus.
Performances will be at the Ciusman Cultural Center. Friday
and Saturday. June r> and 7. at 7:30 p.m and a matinee on
Saturday at 1:30 p.m. The production is part of M-DCC's
Creative Focus series All performances are open to the public
without charge.
The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Miami Beach has planned many
activities for the summer months. The first summer function
will be a trip on the Jungle Queen in Fort Lauderdale. on
Saturday. June 14. boarding at 6:30 p.m. For special group
rates, make your reservations with AngeloQuattrone.
Biscayne Democratic Club plans a Father's Day program on
Monday. June 9. at 7:30 p.m in the auditorium at 1234
Washington Ave The meeting will feature a guest shaker, an
audience participation show and a special collation, it was
announced by I-ou Jacobson. club president
Jerry I. Siegel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Siegel of Kendall.
was commissioned i second lieutenant and swarded a bachelor
it science degree May 28 upon graduation from the I S Air
Force Academy Colorado Springs. Colo
The 1930 class oi Fifth Avenue High School." Pittsburgh,
Pa is planning to hold its 50th high school reunion on Saturday
.anung. Oct. 4. at the Pittsburgh Press Club. >th <\. Wood
Streets, Pittsburgh All former Interested classmates can obtain
further information by contacting the following llvman
Bernstein, 1403 Meadowlark Drive. Pittsburgh, 15243 or Mrs
Carrie Pearlman. M 1 N. Beatty St.. Pittsburgh. 15206
Mayor Arthur Snyder issued a proclamation declaring May
ABWA Scholarship Month in the city of North Miami Beach. In
his statement. he saluted the members of the American Business
\Nomen's Association (ABWAt "for their efforts toward
opening the doors of educational opportunity, and developing an
informed and responsible citizenry
Surfside Senior ( iti/ens Club plans S card party on Thursday.
June 12. at 12:30 p.m at tin- Town Hall. 93rd St and Harding
\\- Neighbors are welcome Bagels and cream cheese will l>e
served
Voters Incorporated will have another Town Hall Meeting
in the auditorium of the Washington Saving! and l^oan
Vssociation at 1234 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, on
Tuesday, June 10, at s pm Harry Levy, president ot Voters
Inc will moderate this "open to the public meeting
Miami attorney Tobias Simon, recently elected to the Florida
board "I governors of the Florida Bar. will teach a course or
Appellate Jurisdiction in Florida at the Omni Hotel. June t
from I to 5 p m for Hampton Seminars, Inc.
It you suffer from asthma and have the time to \olunteer as a
research subject. Mount Sinai Medical Center will pay you for
your participation Asthmatic volunteers are needed for a
raw arch investigation on aerosol exposures
Those accepted will receive a total of $1,125 when the in
wee lie at inn, which is expected to take six or seven weeks, is
completed Interested persons should contact Andrew Friden at
Mount Sinai Medical Center. Division of Pulmonarv Medicine
Winners have been named in the Jewish Heritage Contest,
held in conjunction with Temple Beth Am Judaic Gallery
Fxhibit of Judaica and turn of the century objects Children
were asked to write essays or create a work of art to trace their
roots as far back as their families could remember Prize winner-
wen Laura Kramer. Lisa Bellinger. Danny Rakofsky and Karen
Ridge. All are attending the Temple Beth Am Day School or
Religious School.
Mary Bender of Miami Beach is the winner of a 14-day
Cambean cruise for two on the Sitmar Line's Fair Wind She
teaches court reporting at Lindsay Hopkins Vocational School.
She will take the trip with her daughter Karen Switt of Chicago
Seven men and women were specially honored during Cedars
of Lebanon Health Care Centers' Annual Volunteer Awards
Luncheon In the past 20 years. Cedars volunteers have
volunteered more than 1.060.000 hours.
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More than 4(X> people attended tin reteiil annual dinner on behalf of Yeshiva In: Sen
Richard Stone, left. WOS the Kuest speaker at the Hentane A.iard Dinner Shepartl />'
shoun making the presentation to Steven Kohinson. the gUflt of honor
Robert H McCabe, executive
, president of Miami-Dade
Community College since
1969, u as appointed president
of the college b\ the district
board of trustees on Ma\ 27.
\/, ( (/'< sii< ( teds Peter
Masiko, Jr. who served
Miami-Dade as president lor
the past IS yeart Masiko
recently announced his
retirement effective July I
\f( Cabe a as named to the
presidency after a nationu ide
search and was one of five
finalists recommended to the
hoard of tntsU > b) the
/'residential Search Com
mittee He was appointed
unanimously by th>
member hoard
Richard Kellerman has been
named to head the neu l\
established Department of
Public Affairs of the Hebreu
Immigrant Aid Society (ID-
AS) announced day nor I
Jacobson, executive I u
president The worldwide
Jewish minration agency is
now celebrating its centennial
year.
At the recent installation ceremonies at Tempi* Vi
tribute was paid to H\man S PoUoch, right
president of tht Men's Club for hi* outstanding
Hen's Club and to the temple Slum n from U "
Eugene Labovitt, spiritual leader, congratulat
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June
1980
A Golden Age
For French Jews
Baers to Observe 50th Anniversary
U
ndon ( hroniek Syndicate
Rabbi Jacob
Chief Kabbi of
s). and will be
within a few
he remains such
,md free-minded
>hou
la th<' 2
ippomted
PARIS
Kaplan, the
France, is
in*
month-
j rigorous
ader. thai many French
h.i\. suggested that he
ihould remain m charge 'at
forth, next 10 ymn
yean liasi he was
head of the Central
the Jewish religious
lintiv bod) established
b Napoleon m 1<*. Kabbi
KapUn has presided over a
stouth- change in the character
,i| French Jewry and unexpected
powihin n- -i'e
IS 111! ISO*, the French
Jewish con .unity numbered
gmt 150.000 and was the sixth
qnl Jewish community in the
torid Todav it numbers 700.000
ind rank- fourth behind
Uvnra, Israel and Russia
Isostoda) one Frenchman in
pgj 100 I Jew. and one Jew
Nt "1 rv. 20 is a French
Anas
The influx ol newcomers"
t.Mt reiM h Jewry in the
isted predom
aaotl> : Sephardi Java tn>m
rtnei N..rt h \ frican
sessions Mgaria
Morocco Others
I r\ pt w hen- French
had Ixsn
\- I ram has
it h I sraei aa
: i'i!i country
.-. ii Id Some >'
population
ii d ao arc 70
.it.'
SEVKKTIIELESS the
i ol French
i modern phe
[ r\ Sephardi in
e end of I he Mnh
the Jewa ol
i .:... v ol .i
and spiritual
I' BUI
eaaily dia
the Jewaoi the
i Northern
ineiandl. who
comraunit)
id umler the
i ot rroj
and th.
M \NA elderly French Jews,,.
tods,) Buggesi thai th.- dil
Acuities which exist between the
two element-,.! French Jewr\ are
mild compared with the dispute
between the i. and /.-.. -,
which prevailed prior to 19
The native-born Jews had
somehow taken the word I I to
he pejorative bo the> discarded
the French word tor .lew and
adopted /- r< instead
The Napoleonic Central Con
aiator) had already led the wav
and the more assimilated French
.lews were delighted t.. dest
themselves .is /
' Israelite Krenchmenl
On the other hand the I as|
European Jews h,i settled in
I- ranee after leav ing Russia in the
wake ot the widespread pogroms
"i IWI retained a national
it not always national-religious
philoaoph) ol Judaism
THE1 M SI MNED Yiddish
anil Hebrew, and wen- onl) ton
pleased to be
(Jews nt Francei

nu
[
rmal citi/en
right! were

' nationals ol
there were
of Jewish
I
or

"f* main
Sephardi
E** Baj lUM and Bof
int of the old
munity ol
xahkenaaimof
-t and most
IT
I
I
paj
I mil
tali
Napoleon who
leohtadal and
ra aaaimil-
I. wry
ry t.-mamed
.- IVre.re.
TT11"1 "and Salvador
th. (.endulum began
the Ashkenazi
Rothachilda
ind titles In the
>nco-Prueaian
th. Uhlumaxim
numerical and
wpremac)
Jj*v of the Sacotad World
, .'.. Pweni ol French Jews
'Jn',n- .......re.-lth.
German Wester
'ffian Polish and Ro
1 BStei n.-r.s. '
Oradual assimilation ,i> nl
course, inevitable, even lor the
most nalionalistH ol Jewish
families However the divisions
remained
It w.|s the Na/I \ H h) 'X
. upalion thai resolved the dil
l.-r.-n.. Itetween uu and mi
some i.'u [KM I ren. h l< -
native bom and immigrant i
deported to Hitler mm -
tration amps w here t he
majont) perished
Mowevi i in -." ited
I ren h Jew
ii. (>.irt.it i.m thanks to the help
benev ok nl ill ralitj '
segment ol th. lienl lie
populal ion
Kot t he sun ivors t he words
/ and / i>n new
ings In conten
usagi the former ha* iii!'
rel >>: ious and et h ni. i on
IK.tail.His. while thi is
erally n
and administrative
MS. t I Ml earl)
I r, n< h lewr) I a .: >|- '
graduall) fused Somedilferenci
remain but the) in .led
to communal origin t han to com
muiiiil i ommil ment
\ revealing aspei I of tl
app. \shkei
Chasidism in the form ol the
Lubavitch movemenl has
young Sephardim I '-
true foi other religious and
Zionisl organizations
Ratlin Kaplan hen
is Ratlin Max Warschawski, l
Clue! Rabbi ol Strasbourg, but
the influence ol the Sephardi i
Innate i- profound
Kabbi Mali Jaia who was
Chiel Rabbi ol Fan- until his
resignation in 1979 al the age ol
71, and Rabbi Chouchenna, h.
ot the rabbinical seminary n<
the Sorbonne, are both
Sephardim
IMF CONSISTORY, which
still has the allegiance ol moat
I ranch Jews, ia becoming more
fcpoM ;- .he leader
la. l w i > inimiiini m ........... ,
- .on- ol such Sephardi in character and thus
traditional I he us.
lard.
In.
I :
Southerners had all
"'^'^d. or had remained
the sun biseasd hut
...'"''""d'" COlOBJai of
.ft -\tr
more
organa and ma rophones in syna
gogues ha- been banned, and
kashrul has bean made much
stricter
Younger rabbia now generall)
hav. a y-eshiva backgroui
are firm in matters i
IrabbinK law
Uow.a.-i book r*-ant
,l,.ws feel this is not enougl
h.,v, -.-t up alternativ.
IcongregatB nsl \nd while 10
l nchJewa belong to
the On lox stream 50 p.
ol practicing lews can be
| as Orthodox
Religion has become
i ntral factoi in in.
French Jawry Intensive
. ..nlinuedon f'agr 10-B
Mr and Mrs Melvin H Raerof Hallandalewill
celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June
10 Melvin and his wife Lucile were married in
South Rend.Ind m 1930
I he> have three sons who. with their wives, are
planning an anniversary celebration to honor
their parents They are James n Raer of Park-
land. Ulan I Raer ot Fort l.auderdale. and
Holier! \1 Bnerol Hollywood
Mr and Mrs K,cr founded Raer B Home Out
titters in South R.-nd and added three more stores
in neighboring communities They were involved
with mam ,n and charitable organizations in
their home town The couple moved to Florida 10
ii .us ago
\t present. Mr Raer is chairman ol the board
u\ti treasurer ot Raer 9 Furniture, and Mrs Raer
i- corporate secretary She is also president of
i.ros,, Rointe Furniture
Melvin Raer is on the hoard of directors ot
temple Reth F.I. Jewish Federation of S.ulh
Hmward, Jewish Kumilv and Children's Service
nl Rroward fount) and the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the \ged He is v ice president nl
fhe Hollywood Hallandale chapter of \merican
I M.-nds oi Hebrew I niversit)
lie als.. serves on the Imard ol Roy Scouts ol
Hade, Rroward and Monroe fountics and is g
m. mil.-r of Kotury flubol Danin and Ke> Clubol
Nova I niversit) He was recently inaugurated
into the '.ii Vear Emeritus Club ol the University
ot Michigan
I.mile Raer is a past president ot the
IIoIRw.mkI \uxililir) ol the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital lor the \ged and is a mi-mher ol
I .old Circle ol Nov a I niversit \
iinJ Mrs \/i Ii in Hiii
The Raers have eight grandchildren who will
help celebrate their anniversary; Kichjrd and
Nancy, who are expecting the Raer- tir-t great-
grandchild. Ronald, who recently was engaged u>
Mania Rullurd nl South Rend. Jerome.
Catherine. Michael, Ira. and l,auranc-
1

Temple Zion to
Fete Cannons
\ ~|i.s uil i meg Shabbal a ill
follow I.it. K: 15 |i m Sabbath
evening services on Friday. June
h al I. mple Zion honoring the
'.nth wedding anniversary ol
Miriam and Irving Cannon,
iciive u mple members
S I II llWI Sl I ^.\iU- residents
I he congregal ion, famil) and
Iriends have been inv ited to join
Nina ha Hosting the oc
casion will be their sons and their
Wives and families. I>r "-tanlev
and Idvthe and famil) and
Mu ha.! ar.d Rachel and family
Miriam, -i published (>oei with
sum.- dozen volumes to her credit.
en active m Sisterhood and
temple
Irv an electrical contractor
and former owner ol Cannon'a
Hardware Store is now retired
and is actively involved in the
Men s Club and temple activities
Adath Yeshurun
Sisterhood
On Thursdaj lune 5, al 7 30
p m 13 students ol the Temple
Vdath Yeshurun Hej Class
were to graduate I'hev were to
..tier B Cantata entitled \ lime
to I lance, led bj their teacher,
Mrs RocheJIe Raltuch
The program also was to in-
clude the awarding ol special
prizes certificate- -md giftfl for
the graduates The graduates
Man Ren.s Shan Feldman.
\|, lo.lv Fund Michael Uothslf,
Michelle Horowitz. Miles
Kempner, Craig Lustgarten,
nia Marks Scott Orlinaky,
Edith Shendell, Guy Shir, (ireg
Siskind Gregory Socherman
Community Corner
* .nulimed from Preceding Page
I he Volunteer of the Year is I.ibby Werner who is co-
chairman of miormation services at Cadara and volunteers
several days a week at the Information Desk in the hospital's
main lolil.v (.wenne Mverson was named Cedars Miss
ongenialily She is co-chairman ol information services where,
tor the pasi tw.. years, she has greeted thus, who entered the
hospital's mam lobb)
Rose Spit/it received a New Volunteer Kchievemenl \ward
Harry Bermtleia and John Peres are two other recipients ..t the
N.w \oliinieer \chievement Award Ida and Nat han l.iehlman
nseived i he \ oluniis-r Recruiter ol the eai Vwarda rhreedaya
before th.- luncheon Nathan Lichtman died at Mercy Hospital
Kighl) three other active volunteers received pins in
recognition ol the hours tU-v worked
On I'hursday, .lune 5, at 2 30 p m a tr.s- communit) class
was ui Ih- h-ld at Biscay ne Medical I enter on "Diet and Health
Cure as it Relates to the Diabetic Classes are conducted
monthly by registered dietician and a registered nurae To make
your n s. rv al ion. call the stall development oil ice
Miami certified public accountant Morton I. WeinberKer will
b. installed as president ol the 7.500-member ol Florida
Institute ol Certified Public \cc. mnt ant s at the organization'a
T'.th annual convention scheduled tor June 18-22 at the Marco
(teach Hotel and Villas in Marco Island His one vear term of
offii. will begin Julj I
\t its recent annual meeting, the league of Women Voters
ol Metropolitan Dada Count) adopted new atud) item on
immigration The committee will liH>k at the special needs and
problems created by legal and illegal immigrant- in Dade
Count)
In addition, the league of Woman Voters Ol the I S will
begin a new study ol health care They will investigate health
care systems in the United States with emphasis on the public
and priv ate sector roles in the delivery ol sen ices
Miriam /.atinsky ot Miami w a- elected a director at large ot
the Jewish Welfare Roard at it- recent 1**(> Hienmal held in ls
Angelas The JWB includes the Association of Jewish Com-
rnunit) (enters YM & YWHAs and famps in the I'nited
Mates and Canada
\).hU' County Judge Joseph I' Farina will serve as master of
ceremonies for the annual installation dinner meeting of the
North Dade Rar Association Staurdav June 7. at 7 p.m. at the
California Club
\ttornev Paul l.ipton will be sworn in as president ot the
group, "t which Judge Farina is former vice president, by (.'hief
Judge Edward D Cowart.
The art gallery at the New World Center Campus of Miami-
Pa.1. Community College has been named in honor of Frances
Wolfson, s cultural and civic leader, who died Mav 9
The biographical article on the life of Tomas Trevino de
Sobremonte, a Jewish Mexican martyr, authored by Seymour B.
l.iebman. honorary life president of the Jewish Historical
Society ol South Florida, appeared in the latest issue of Jetnsh
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. _, ___ w.m.iu- whn oh%e dieian- of diaters to document hw claima
l arrying a sack
vegetables i'MTvhi'ri'
of raw
you K"1
and oat inn these crunchy tidbits
all da> long ia but on* waj to lose
weight fast lay I N.uhan
Plitikin, an advocate exercise as a way of increasing
(.n. l.i. -pan.
Another idea might lie to eat
breads ol whole grain Mich as the
newl) introduced bread bearing
Pritikin'i name since
nutritionists point out that a
person must have a balanced
intake ot carbohydratea
Not oai) i- Pritikin Bread
called whole grain natural
product but it contains no sugar
fat, milk or milk products, added
salt or an) artificial ingredienta
ll can now be found in the frozen
food case ol local supermarkets
with baked products Containing
all cenal prolein, natural car
bohydrates and only natu
fibers, each 16 ounce loal ha- I B
slices
Families who observe dietary
lews will be Interested in tearing
that Pritikin Bread has been
iwarded the IK), kosher symbol
It is one ol a few mass .produced
breads to earn the rabbinic sign
ol purit)
Pritikin. a 61 v.ar old
nutritionist who runs the
Longevity (enter, is the author
ol the best selling Ul ItmgW
Voti and I'h.- Pritikin l'n>nram
11:, i Exen iar. the latter
now available in paperback
(Bantam).
\n advocate of rigorous
exercise, plus elimination of fats,
mis. caffeine, slchohol and sugar
from the diet. Pritikin is I
national figure today, making
frequent appearances on
television, and lecturing around
the countr\ on his innovative
health theories
Pritikin claims that changing
your diet can save yout life and
has well over 4.000 Case histories
Nutritionists remind i
conscious people that Americana
a nation ol dieters and d
breakers \nvone contempl.c
anew diet should have it die.
first by his doctor to see it it IS
correct for the individual.
the basic nutritional
that most doctors
low in fat,
Ali and Weizman
Still Remain Friends
Bj
Among
principles
stress toda) is a diet
cholesterol, salt, sugar while high
m essential vitamins, mmerai-
fiber Man\ recommend eating
two kinds ol whole grains daiU
such a wheat, oats, barley, brown
rice or buckwheat One item often
overlooked m so-called fad diets
jb the importance ol balancing
one s food intake to assure ll
ih, bod) receives slltheessential
vitamins. minerals .mil
bohydrates needed to maintain
good health
Pritikin Bread is s product ol
Interstate Brands Corporation
headquarters in Kansas I it)
Mo
World ORT Union Centennis
Congress in Jerusalem. Ma) ll I
through June 5. Sidnev I
Leiwanl KOF president, an
nounci d
\nicng Florida delegates
attending were John 1 Moss.
Hymen Wachtel. Louis Barriah,
Ralph Jaffe, Jack Becker and
George Schaeffer Moss is
Miami Beach and past president
ol Greater Miami Men s nit 1
President Yitzhak Navon,
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
and Other Israeli leaders were
expected to address some 1.000
,l, i. gates and visitors troni all
over the tree world
Besides celebrating the
were called on to |
tut ure programs in several sn B
American ORT Federation
receives its lunda from its own
organizational activities and
from the Joint Distribution
Committee, s member sgencj ol
the United Jewish Vppaal which
ia supported b) local Jewish
I .deration and weltare funds
Harold Vinik Heads Temple Beth Sholom
Harold B Vinik. active
community leader, will take over
as president of Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami on
Sunday. June 8, when he will l>e
formally elected at the temple s
annual meeting. He succeeds
Milton M. Gavnor
Vinik has served as vice
president of the temple since
1977. and he was president of the
Temple's Brotherhood from 1973-
1977
He is a graduate of the
University of Miami with a
B \ A degree and is founder and
president of Blackatone Realty,
Inc Yinik served in the I S
Saw with the South Pacific
Fleet during World War II II.
has served as past chancellor
commander. Knights of I'ythias.
is a member of the National
Association Of Realtors. Miami
Hoard of Realtors: Jewish War
Veterans and Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom.
states that. "Based on his
community record and past
Savings Bonds Still Earn Interest
into the new U.S. Energy
Savings Bonds. Series EE. which
Although Series E Savings
Bonds will no longer be sold after
June 30. all savings bonds will
continue to earn interest
throughout 1980. and most bonds
will earn interest for years to
come, said W. J. Ruben. Dade
County chairman of the Treasury
Department's US. Savings
Bonds Division.
The withdraws! of E bonds
from sale does not affect anyone
already owning E bonds, said
Ruben. Their bonds will keep
earning interest.
The Treasury Department says
many bondholders also ask about
converting their older E bonds
first went on sale Jan. 2. They
cannot do so "There is no ad-
vantage anyway."' said Ruben,
"because the interest yield curve
for E and EE bonds is com-
parable."
Concerned Parents
Is your child or grandchild
involved in a curt'' Do you feel
that you need help or would like
to help? The Concerned Parents
of Cult Children will meet on
Monday. June 16. at 8 p.m. Call
Mrs. Harry S. (Muriel) Warren
for further information.
HarvUi Win I*
performances. under the
leadership of Harold Vinik. I am
sure Beth Sholom will continue to
grow from strength to strength."'
Serving with Vinik are the
following officers: Vice
Presidents. Neal Amdur. Gary R
Gerson. Dr. Solomon S. Lie liter.
Anna Miller: Treasurer. Mrs.
William (Rose) Chersky,
Financial Secretary. James S.
Knopke: General Secretary.
Jerrold Goodman and a board of
36 members.
YITZHAK SHARGIL
And (111 SEDAN
JERUSALEM IJTAI
I gj ptian Foreign Minister
Kama! Haaaan Ah expressed
deep regret over the resignation
,,| | /,r' WeiZman as Defense
Minister of Israel All. who until
recently was Egypt I Metis,-
Minister. said he regarded
Weizman as his personal friend
and attempted tO reach him by
telephone
Weizman, winding up his
iffairs at the Defense Ministr)
I dl lb. I gyptain
told him We wen
:.. Bnd we remain friends
. ontributktn to the pi si i
normous He invited
\> man and his wife, Reuma to
VlMl I airo and W ei/m.m said he
might accept the invitation
short l>
in i \l* \ It I from thai es
was no public
menl b) an) I- gyptian leedi t
on Weuman's resignetion, and
none is known to have sent
messages t.i the departing Israeli
,i, t. i.s. chiel
i aim refrained from an official
11. m pending
the picture
Yaari the Israel Broadcasting
\ H horit) i orrespondent in the
l gyptian capital I he Egyptian
press devoted little space to
w puman i departure, and ^
reported that he was prevented
from soliciting reactions from
the man in the street, an in
ilu.ition that the Egyptian
government wants no hint ol
r. action to be made public at this
lime
Then was good reason to
believe. however. that the
Egyptians are unhapp) over this
latest development in Israel
Preeident Anwar Sadat
established especially < lose
relations with Wei/man since the
i amp David meetings in Sep-
tember. 197H and during the
tortuous peace process which
unfolded thereafter Similar
relations developed between
Weizman and Ah and All's
predecessor as Defense Mmuster.
Gen Mohammed (iamassy
ALI AND Weizman appeared
to have found a common
language and genuine mutual-
regard Each was appointed by
his respective government to be
in charge of the normalization
s it sa
rii
n
Print** la English
elantu at ion ol
an ording to Ehud
pro* ess, and undi r their direction
it achieved remarkable progress
in ,i sh, irt period oft ime
In the past. Sadat is known to
have expressed the wish that
Weizman would su
Menachem Begin as Prune
Minister It is believed ii
that the I gyptian
times postponed ami Israel
decisions on the assumption that
in the future h. could
understanding with an :
government headed b> W .
t n the West Ban!
strip. W eizman i
v iewed
Inn
or less f0|
demanding betweei
\rabs and .i retn
the polit :i -ii sit tat llepi
Weizman for his
derstanding
sit uat ion
MAYOR RASH \l> \ si
I l| l 1.1/.I .1 is,
over w eizman
II is r. signal
the Israeli <
more .......
niM.-i t to he said ii'
W eizman
.hw ish set tlen
i upard temtoru
him as t he ;
more it
( ab.
M.n Saad ii i I
the I-t.i. I bai k<
militia in soul hi.'
w .is sadden* d hi
resignal ion lb
. v.. Ilenl relat ions
I tefense Minisi i
confidena that I i
with the Christians in
Lebanon w ill not cl mgi
A Golden Age
For French Jews
Continued fnm 1'aKf B
studv is a common;
AUC
I...r-_>:
a
veshivot and plair.
shiurim are well attended
EVEN non believing and non-
practicing intellectuals like
Bernard Henr> Lev) and Ber
nard Chouraqui use Torah 1ST'
minology and concepts
Bv the vear 2000, France, the
country of Rashi. will no longer
be the land of the assimilated
Ixruelttr. but the land of a ne
golden age
The South Dade Chapter of Brandeis Sationa ^{( u
mutee recently held its Spring 1'^'""^" and *
right are: Susan Panoff. luncheon c^rpt'S[)aik Count)
president in charge of programming, *!f pr$\dt*l
Commissioner Beverly Phillips; Valene K*" Pnou-
Marlene Kohn, founding chapter president an
president in charge of special events
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Pioneer Women, t
St rgthal of Miami /<
',,.. r it omfffi f 'ouncil of South I
: : of the Golda M< ir En I
| she made a $6,000gift to tl
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Business Notes
, E fS..... "..m.i"?> nd a new office manager The
,r, A,." Block. Ron Lea**. Joseph Kusso and
B A ,med manager of the Tangle v. ood Plaza and rwm
! V calm Hmh County Laaar no* manager
Mall branch Kusso become manager ol the
branch from his post m aasistanl manager ol
b, m,h TnUHi.whoinova.tothe(;alt(>cean
:;;;;,,.,r..,th..AI,;nK,a,..Uan,h Krol. .ill
at the MmnKoad office
bMcrnalioaal Hank mnM the appomiment of Joan M
,'fr. m, id prudent at its SurMde branch
1Wll .,,,: .,iuc.ted in Montreal. Canada. Mrs Avers Mimed
1hxanK.-lH1ue-ndRos.^onil*uMn..ss ;
ndertook specialized atuctoee in banking and
t ^rTmoead to Soutfc.Florid, in 1970 and
ngc.rWtth.Siirfald.olfleofChaeFen>nd
I Loan \ssocialKn.
j M in.huk. aaaJn rka ..resident (imeral &*
\meriren Saving- end Loan Association ol F londa.
lanounces t*<> appointment*
Wo Show in Us 10 yeor history Willbe aged m
hCoaveMtonCetrter.NcA i through "
before showtime, and the fl...>r apace w atiloul.
: Dan Rurna. tbam chairman
Frier I Walker has been appointed manager administrative
ces
Prior U. loiniBf Amencan Savings. Walker was onager ol
Control systems and corporate services lot American Bankers
.,,, Group. Walker holds a degree m buneaa ..
migration Iron Na. York Uoivereit) and resides in Miami
Beach
Jamb Friedman has been promoted U> ihe position Ol
manaK.T proparty construct >n and building ten ION
Prioi U> his pn.motion. Friedman Ml *"!"J *?
baodationi Real Kslate Apartment Me is a ^
Mgineer from McC.,11 University in Montreal, t ana da,^whewlw
.> involved with construction and management of "f"*
and commercial property until nil relocation to Hor.da in iw.
Friedman resides with his wife in Miami
Mortgage financing for Ihe new Margate Jewish (.enter
'Temple Beta Ami. Royal Palm Boulevard and R.nk Island.
Road. Margate, has been provided by American Saving ana
Loan \ss,H,ation of Florida Cornerstone ceremon.es ror in
temple were held on May 18 where Moms N Broad. P*^**0"
American Savings announced the $1 million mortgage loan a
*as ake\ speaker at the event.
American Savings, with assets exceeding *1 B WUjOJ.
operates n savmgsoffices in Florida. Includedlarat.oofficesui
Mar^at... located at 5700 Margate Boulevard .corner..! I-
1 and 7220 West Atlantic Boulevard (Palm Lake. Ptaral.
EKtbliabad in 1950, American Savings is a imUaCbnowaa
stock Baaociation, whose shares are tlMM 00 the m
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Oil ers to be installed are
minisirative Vice ('resident,
ii*i Seil lin \\ ,i\ s and Means
dent. I'.'.irl Noble.
ll l(.usin; \ n e ('resident .
Bobbye \rman. I ducat ion \ ic
eni, Khoda Haber.
Memliership \ ice Presidenl. Tina
|{ol hstein. Program V ice
Presidenl. Marlene Magnees;
I'reasurer, Kose Wolf; Financial
Secretarj Shirle) Bowers.
Memliership Dues Secretary,
Helen Weiss Recording
Secretary, Khoda Bernheimer;
and Corresponding Secretaiy,
1 uii.i Kriedman
Carol Gold to Run
For JWV Office
I'anya M Levine, president of
Meal Miami ladies Auxiliary No
Jewish VN ar Veterans,
announcea that Carol Gold will be
running foi the office of junior
vice presidenl tor the department
oi Florida at the convention at
the Sheraton Bal Harbour June
., s
Delegates attending the
convention, in addition to Mrs
i iold And Mrs l.evme, will be
Shirle) \chtman. Kuth Herman.
s.irah London, Kuth Hurman.
Marion He/ner, Kstelle Stein.
Ilia (irossman, Eleanor Pales,
Natalie Rosenberg. Gladys Isgar,
Beatrice rarbes, I'helma Pollock
.trui Lee Kulnn
i >n June 11. at 8:30 p.m. the
regular monthly meeting of the
auxiliar) will be held at the
Senior Citixena Room, 5K)l SW
, .,,1 Vve., Waal Miami The
program (or the evening will be a
complete report of the state
convention and the viewing of the
just completed historian's book
In former historian Florence
Grossman
Ihe hostess for this month will
be Kuth (Norman) Hurman in
honor of their 36th wedding
anm\ eraar)
B'nai B'rith
The next regular general
membership meeting of Sholem
Lodge No 1024, B'nai B'rith will
be in the social hall of the
Israelite (enter Temple. Miami,
on Tuesday. June 10. at 8 p.m.
Mel Greene, a member and a
Coral (.allies photographer, will
show pictures of a recent trip to
Israel ^_^
GEPETTO
HAS WHITTLED
HIS PRICES
S*mpl' Stad Compl't*
Dinner h-oaa $* 95
Served bom 5pjn.
thaM> acatad by 6J0pjn.
I ..ilinylv DfeJMM
M. .lilcrrunrun DinimJ
Mrs Helen Segal t left I and Mr- Samuel Hirsch, president.
OptiSlrs ol Miami Beach, present a 16mm sound prujevtoi
and black and u hite telex ision set to Woodrou H ilson, I'h l> .
u University of Miami Jackson Memorial Medical Center A
nationally-organized group of volunteer women, the Opti~Mrs
. assistance to various non-profit organizations by con-
tacting firms tn contribute merchandise <>r h\ purchasing the
merchandise. The Children's Day Treatment Program
provides intensive treatment to children with severe
emotional, behaviorial and specific educational problems
Israeli Tennis Players
To Present Exhibit Here
\ team ol eight Israeli tennis
players will present exhibitions
and tournaments in the Slates
ami Canada, including ap-
pearances in Miami. Hollywood
and Foil l.auderdale
U-d by I- year-old world
tennis champ, Gilad Bloom, the
five young boys and thnn- girls
arrived in this country June 1
The) represent Israels unique
Tennis Centers program which
now has over 2,000 youngsters
participating.
Besides Bloom, the children
who are memliers of the lour
include Tony Harris. 14. born in
Khodesia; Daha Kuriat. 10.
originally from Morocco; Savil
Shalev, 14. from Kngland and
ShacharGat, 10, an Israeli sabra
Others in the group of
youngsters are. Israeli-born Uval
Hirsch. 9. Max Osheroff, 11.
from Kussia and Kakeffet
Benyanuni, 1 i>. also a sabra They
will be accompanied by their
coaches Shlomo Zoreff and
Konnie Sender, as well as Dr.
William I.ippy. ITCA vice
president, and Dr Ian Forman.
PTC executive director.
These youngsters'
achievements are representative
of the Israel Tennis Center
program which was initiated
chiefly by American backers.
Today, the program is supported
by committees in Canada.
Kngland. Holland, France. South
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Three centers Kamat
llasharon. Jaffa, and Kiryal
Shmonha are in full operation,
(enters in Jerusalem. Ashkekin.
Haifa and Arad in the Negev are
now under construction. AH these
Centers are unique in thai they
exist primarily to serve the
country's young They are
reserved lor the thousands of
young boys and girls who take
part in a free, accelerated, in-
troductory tennis program
Divided into two teams of four,
ihe youngsters will tour America
and Canada exhibiting their
lennis skills in more than 50
cities
Harold l.andesberg. president
of the Israel Tennis Centers
Association, the American
corporation which started the
program, emphasizes that the
program teaches more than
tennis.
We teach poise and self-
assurance. We teach manners
how to meet people, how to shake
hands, how to act on and off the
court, how to dress. We give each
of these kids, many from
deprived backgrounds. a
program of better eating habits
and health care We help them to
become competitive and sportive
and give them a touch of normal,
youthful activities The children
are better for their experiences
with the Israel Tennis Center."
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EYAL ZIPORY
F.yal Zipory. son of Mr. and
Mrs Moshe Zipory. was called to
the Torah as Rar Mitzvah Satur-
day. May 81, at Temple Kmanu-
Kl. Dr. Irving Lehrman of-
ficiated.
The celebrant is a seventh
grade student in the I-ehrman
Day School Kyal was a winner of
theCireater Miami Hebrew Essay
Contest
ANTHONY LEE
Anthony Scott Lee. nephew of
Mr and Mrs Douglas Halslead.
will be called to the Torah as Rar
Mitzvah. Saturday. June 7. at
Id 30 a.m. at Temple Emanu-El.
Dr Irving U'hrnuin will officiate
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student in the Lehrman
Day School Anthony plays the
trumpet.
Mr and Mrs Halstead will
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion
and a reception Saturday evening
at Sheraton River House.
MARK ABRAMSON
Mark Abramson. son of
Harvey Abramson and Harriet
Abramson, will become a Rar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
Saturday morning. June 7. Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate
Mark is a seventh grade
student at Miami Country Day
School and a student at Temple
Menorah Religious School
Learning to play the guitar is
one of his extracurricular activ-
ities Mark is a rock music en-
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NATI0NA1 BRANDS
Pierre Cord*
Pohrt Beech
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Regulars
Hvsae,
Mam-All Sim
DORWIN'S
1572 WASHINGTON aVE
53? 4061
thusiast and an ardent football
fan
A luncheon will follow services
as well as a disco party for Mark
and his friends next Saturday
evening,
DAVID GOUN
David Alan Colin, son of
Norman and Diane Colin, will
celebrate his Har Mitzvah on
Saturday. June 7
The Oolins are members of
Temple Ret Breira in Kendall
David will assist Rabbi Marry
Tahachnikoff and Cantor Rita
Shore in conducting the ser\ ice
A luncheon will follow the
NT) let at Kendale Lakes
Country Club.
David is a seventh grade
student at Arvida Junior High
School and is the first clarinetist
in the school band He is a mem
ber of the Temple Ret Rreira
youth group
Out-of-town guests include Mr
and Mrs Ruby Coldfield. great
uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs
Jack Remstein and Mr and Mrs.
Nemo Weiner. cousins, all of Fort
Lauderdale. Mrs Sarah Rrachis.
cousin, of Hallandale: and Mr
and Mrs Norman Falbaum.
friends, of North Carolina
SUSANNE BALSAM
Susanne Jeanine Ralsam.
daughter of Mr and Mrs Morton
Malsam. was called to the Torah
as Mat Mitzvah Friday. May 9. at
Hvth Torah Congregation
The celebrant is a student in
the Dalel class and is active in
Kadima She attends Highland
Oaks Junior High School where
she is in the seventh grade Her
interests are dancing and l>owl
mg. ami sh- h.i- received man)
trophies
Mr and Mrs Balsam hosted
the OnegShabbat following the
svr\ ices In honor of the oo .is ion.
a reception and dinner were held
May 10 in the Friedland Mall
room of Temple F.manu-Fl
Special guests included Mr
and Mrs Julius King, aunt and
uncle from Detroit; cousins. Dr
and Mrs Alvm Ring and family
from Chicago; Mr and Mrs.
Samuel Can from Warwick. R.I..
Mr and Mrs Herbert Gorman
from Detroit. Miss Melanie Karp
from Chicago. Mrs. Nina Huks-
baum and son. from Howard
Reach. N.Y.. and Mr. and Mrs
David Winegar from California.
MARVIN SCLAVER
Marvin L. Sclaver. son of
RaqueJ and Saul Sclaver of
Miami, will be called to the Torah
as Bar Mitzvah on June 7 at
Temple Or Olom.
Marvin is s seventh grader st
Rockswsy Junior High School.
His interests sre in electronics
and rifle shooting.
A reception is planned June 8
at 7 30 p.m at the Sheraton
River House. Special guests in-
clude his grandmother. Mrs.
Devoski Sklawer and grand-
parents. Sima and Jacob Pitliuk.
Out-of-town guests include
Eileen and Jaime Pitliuk and
Pam and Lisa Pitliuk of Parsip-
panny. N.J., uncle, aunt and
cousins: Sharon and Ruben
Friedman of Chicago, second
cousins: and Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Solb of Chicago
Nursery School
Temple Beth Moshe Nursery
School will present a musical
extravaganza entitled The
Circus is in Town. Along with
this production will be a
"Graduation Day Show. all
under the direction of Barbara
Shulman Tuesday June 10. at
10:30 a.m. in the Clara and
Seymour Smoller Ballroom.
Question
Box
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
Why does Jewish tradition
rtuuirr hurymn deceased per-
..civ in whit* shroud*'
There are a number of reasons
for this practice Some contend
that this is done so as not to em-
barrass the poor who cannot
afford to dress their deceased
relatives with elaborate garments
and thus are humbled and made
to feel ashamed Dressing every-
one alike prevents such embar-
rassment 'Talmud. Mo'etl Katan
27hi
A second reason offered is that
the simple whiteness represents
purity and a sense of forgiveness
It has been stated in the Talmud
that death brings forgiveness It
is sometimes mans excessi\.
pride that brings about many of
his sins The humility of a simple
kind of dress rids man of this
pomp and brings about the for-
gi\ eness of the Almighty
It hy art hard-boded eggs In the mourners at the first
meal they consume after the
hunal of their loved one'
Some contend that this is done
baCBMe. there is no opening in the
-haix- of the egg This indicates
there is no mouth to the egg. It
therefore symbolizes the fact that
the mourner, after burial, is
speechless and dumbfounded
over the tragedy which befell
him Others say that the egg is
used because an egg symbolizes a
future birth This means to in-
dicate that while the beloved has
died he is to lie reborn into a new
life in the next world, that is.
Paradise
Why / a landU lit after th>
deceased has been a\
drati and a candle t
burning in tht house of mourn-
ing all through th, days ;
Shit-ah, I that is, seven dayt of
mournm
In th lirsi place it would In^an
insult to the dead to leave him in
the dark Kindling the candle
indicates some kind of concern
(or him Secondly, lighting the
audit- indicates that even though
the bodil) signs ot life seem to !>
absent, the soul still Lives on and
therefore, the existence of the
deceased has not lieen entirely
terminated Moth before and after
the funeral the light provides a
sense of hope and confidence to
the mourners who otherwise
might feel hopeless at the loss of
life of their beloved
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Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Shelah
SHELAH God said to Moses: Send one man from earh i
the Twelve Tribes to look over the I^nd of Canaan secretK
The scouts sent by Moses came to the vallev of EshkolaaJ
cut down a branch with one cluster of grapes, which thev hn
upon a pole between two men They also took ruTi?
pomegranates and figs Mci(
And this was their report: The land flows with milk anH
honey Hut its people are powerful, they live m fortresses ,
there are among them giants who made us look like ^
hoppers.
Only two of the scouts. Joshua and Caleb, wen in
moving ahead at once to conquer the land The Children o| \ZaJ\
were afraid
'Lai us go back to Kgypt.' they cried
The I-ord was very angry and said to Motes Hi a ,,>ne
will they not believe in Me. despite the wonders I h.,.. -h,,un
them'"
The Lord forgave the stubborn Children of Israel However
because they showed lack of faith in Him. He told them that
only their children would reach the Promised I .and
This event showed that the Israelites were not ready to be a
free nation During 38 years of wandering, a new generation wag
to grow up This generation would be ready to conquer the
Promised l^nd tNumbart 13 I 16 -111
Th. recount,n, of the *.!, Portion Nil Lew ,% e.tratt,,. ...
upon -Th. Or.ph.c History .1 It,, Jrm.lt, Mecta... ,?,%X P 5S,2
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Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi S.mch. Freedmen
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Service* 8:15 p.m
Oneg Shabbet will follow services
Saturday morning service at 8.30
Candlelighting
Time
7 53
22 Sivan 5740
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservst.vs
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd
Or. Max A Lipsch.tj Rabbi
Cantor Zv Aroni
Saturday morning Bar Mitahot
Richard Silverstem
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr Baomgard
S M.am, 667-5587 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chetitz. Associate Rabbi
Friday Service at 7:30 p.m.
"Ballad for Jews"
A Cantata
The Day School Graduating Class
Torsh Service Saturday at
11 15a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 5382503
Or Irving Lehrman Rabbi
ZviAdler. Cantor
Saturday morning servica 9am
Sermon 10 30
Registration now in progress all
departments Religious School
and Lehrman Day School Grades
19 Membership Inquiries Invited
BETH DAVID Miami i Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm M. Lhpeon
CORAL WAV 2ea$SW3rdAve.
Phone: 854 3911 Dally Services
Morning end Evening
Coral Way Mam Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 am
S. Ml Campue 7500 SW 120th St
Late Stiabbet Service* Friday 8 .*.
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BETH KODCSH
Modem Traditional
1101SW12A*e.
Rabbi Mai Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Roee Berlin Executive Secretary
Dairy Mlnyon lor Yahrzetten
Dally 7:46 a.m. A 6:30 p.m.
Late Frt. Eve. Service 6:15 p.m
TEMPLEJUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B Eisenitat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables
and the Southwest area
TEMPLE MENORAH
20 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitj
Friday eervicee at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services st 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chese Avenue el 41st St.
Dr. Leon Kronteh 538 7231
Cantor David Conviear Liberal
Sebbeth Services. FrL, (VIS p.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
RabDi Solomon Schiff,
Executive Vice President
fTEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Are
North Dado's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Klreaelsy. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate RaoM
Irving Shulhes, Cantor
Barbara S Ramaay. Administrator
Sabbam Eve Services-8.15 pm
(7:30 p.m. on the llrst
Friday o the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a jn.
MPLE2TON Consenrstlwl
8000 Miller Drive 271-2311
Or. Norman N. Shapiro. RebM
Visitors and guests sre welcome '
a.m. Minyan services. Monday*
and Thursdays Tattler Chapel FrL.
June 8, ai5 pjn^ Family Sabbsm
Service*. Dr. Shapiro will bless
children with June birthdays Sat
June 7. 0 am Sabbath Services.
Teltler Chapel. Pre-reglslrstion.
religious schools.
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HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
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1110 NE '6>0 Si N Ham Baa." "
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FAMILY DIVISION
Cim No N tlHIC
NOTICE RV PUBLICATION
In Re The Marrtafe ol
MARIAC MIRANDA
Petitioner Wife
andMOISFSK MIRANDA
Reapondent Husband
TO S I* 4M01SF.SR
MIRANDA
C S C 2 i* Armor
Fort Canon.
Colorado ROB 13
YOU ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dlaaolutlon
of Marrtaje haa been filed
againat you and you are hereby
required to eerve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wife a Attorney.
IJCSTEK ROGERS. whose
addreas Is ItM NW IT Avenue
Miami. Florida S3I2S. and file
the original with the Clerk of
the above styled Court on or
before this 20 day of June IMO
or a Default will be entered
against you
DATED this 12 day of May
IMO
RICHARD P BR1NKER
CJerkof the drcult Court
lit Itarbara DsUrteli
lhM Ma II -
,IKMh June 6 I*"'
NOnCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No ao)j4FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnageuf
r I- RN INDOFf I'.I'.KIRA
\ ICENTE
Petitioner H
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MARIA FERNANDA
VICE NT!
lenl Wife
I MARIA FERN AND A
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not
HEREBY NOT!
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Mari igi
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I HARVEY I! PRIED
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lyled purl on or
itherwiae
i lelaull > .....i
igainal for the relief
mplainl >r
. ibllahed
feel four i on
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A S md and the
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Floi day of Ma)
HARDI' BKINKER
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.,. i petition
DUNK AND ORDERED at
Miami Dade Count) Klorida.
this 21 da) il Ma) i*>o
RICHARDP BRINKER
,,,, ml Court Clerk
Dade Count) Florida
Its N A HK w KIT
Deputy Clerk
mm May 30
___________June a M IMO
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
,. on March U. 1* ^
lor Meal Company a r lonaa
r,,,,.,,,,,,, ontch ma.nuins
Tkno-n place Ol business at
2041 N 12th Avenue Miami.
Florida, received a bulk trans
fer irom and became bound to
p^. ,n lull, the Ca,.,r. MeaU Inc *-
^Idress is 2041 N *"
wenue. Miami. I-tonda
UnUOli June 6. 13 isiw
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NDTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN
5S M Manh M. '*;">;"
Realty Aiaociales. a r lorlda
partnemhip Which mainum.
S hon place ol ^""J" "'
Ml NW 12th Avenue Miami
Florida, received a bulk
irinsfer Imm and became
!:;::,,,'. ,>->tuu"- ^
.,:,, 1(.,,i-> Comply "
a how addrea* li WIN" '-ln
kv*nw Miami K.ori.l..
June 6 is iw
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N rTICI IS HEI I
GIVEN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number to 41 s
Division 01
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
- wti EL ZALMANOVICH
. k a
- \M / mm win ICH
I lei eased
NOTICE OF
u iMINISTRATII in
riie administration ol the
Ol 8 \M
/ U vi vNii\ ICH
Sum be i ho t |M i-
illny in Hi. Cn. nit Court lor
l' ule Count) i- oi Ida Pi obate
irkti ess oi hli h
Flaglei Street
Vli.itm Florida 33130
n.mie. ,uid ad t the
Lai and
the personal repreaentatlve'i
i nel im tli below
Ml interested pel
I to tile with tlii> court
WITHIN niREE MONTHS
i'K ITIK FIRST
Pi 111 IC \ 111 IN ilh THIS
No riCr : .in i laims
tnd 2i an)
-1 j" i lion b) .in interested
tn hum until f u .i>
ni,hi.vi tii.t Itdllengei the
lit) nt tin- iii the
H .itinii> nf me personal
representative \ enue
jut imIii linn ol the out I
Ml CLAIMS WD "It
N- Nnr su fii>:d
Mil.I UK KOREV Kit
II VRRKD
l 'ubln .itiuti oi this Not ice
.un mi VI.iv ui ihmi
I '. MlNl.ll Ki'piesent.ltIV e
MORRIS M M \Ncl\ ICH
- ;\ i.'ith Court
M urn Fta S3IM
Pi i ann.ll If' I" >.nl.Hive
id \i w p ij vi.ni r
; M.lll T GALBI I .v
MFMN. I' A
a luiton Vvenue
le.ich. Flornlii
UNI
VLy ii Juni '-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Number 80 4I
Division 07
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nil-. FIRST
PI it! It' \ riON 1>F THIS
MiTICr aims
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pel -on lo t..... !
. i th.it challenges the
Illy ui Ihe will the
licallons ..: in. personal
representative venue, or
Kin tn.n ol the ourt
U.l. CLAIMS AND OB
IECTIONS N WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Publication of this Notice
haa hi-Kun on May 30. 18S0.
Personal Representative
Moses J Grundwerg
No lui
21 SF. First Avenue
Miami FL.131.11
Italph Schlesinger
I7T0NE lslstSt
llldg C 1. Apt 516
North Miami Reach. FL 3317K
Attorney lor
Personal Representative
HAYS* GRl'NDWERG
No VMII21 SE 1st Ave
Miami. Fla 33131
Telephone! 305i 371-4419
isotl.7 May 30. June g. 10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage ln business
under the flctitlou name of TV
MAGAZINE at number JgT7
NE 164th Street. In the City of
Miami. FL 3S1B0. Intend to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, this
23rd day of April. 1980
SAMt'ELL BRENNER
MARILYN BRENNER
LEOPLOTKIN.ESQ
Attorney for Applicant
6982 SW th Street
Miami. Florida 33144
,.*i.i May 16. 23,30.
June 6 1980
si i FILED
FORF.V Kit
llll- Nut ui
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number H ui)
Division 02
IN HE THE ESTATE OF
HELEN SESSION
Deceased
NOTICE of
VDMINISTRATION
riu- administration of the
estate ol HELEN SESSION
ill i used File Number M
pending ill the Circuit
Coin t tor 1 lade < ounty
Florida Probate Division Ihe
i ll'i -- .it which is 71 West
Flaglei sti.it Miami Florida
The names and ad
liessea ol Ihe personal
. in mental i\.- and the per
--in.11 i i-pi esental Ive's il
'-.ui
\n interested persons are
.ii in me un tins iourl
Ml THIN rtiHF.E MONTHS
"i niK FIRST
PI lll.ll' \ riON "K THIS
NOTICE t .in claims
lute and an)
iilijei lion b) .m interested
li.mi tn Khiim until.- a/as
in.iii.ii lh.il challenges Ihe
\ lllllll) ol the III the
ipi.iIilications oi the personal
11 pi .-..iii.ii ive enue oi
jiii i-iln lion ol Ihe court
Ml CI.UVL- \NI' OB
IECTKINS NOT
WILL HE
IIAItRED
Pllllll. .ilion ot
ti.i- begun mi Ma) '" lH0
I .-1-i.n.ii Representative!
Elisabeth Session
\ M '' St
Miami Flu
M.ii ii Session
.. N\s II Court
Miami ri.i
Mil.III. \ I'M I 'it soll.ll
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VllltAHAM \ ii M.HI T
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MEMN I N
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
'F ile Number 80 42S
Division 01

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and iis.ni.ii
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Ml inl.-ii-t.il pel
i iiiiihviI lo Ule with this ourt
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
in THE FIRST
ll lll.ICA riON OF THIS
M i tick. i .Hi claims
ogainal the slate and .' any
iiij.'. lion tiv .in interested
|H -,,n In hom noli. .i..
mailed tii.it challenges the
v.ihilitv oi the will, the
.pi..lunations ol the personal
representative, venue, or
nil Msdlction ol the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OH
JECTIONS NOT
WILL BE
BARRED
Publication of this Notice
has begun on May 30. 19M0
Personal Representative
Fred l.awson
Tlt NW ilh Ave Apt 2
Miami. Fl 33136
Attorney (or
Personal Representative
Harold Cease. Esq
2720 W Elagler St Miami.
Fla 33135
Telephone 642-3231
iWKHti Ma\ 10 June 6 IHH<>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 'S HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
CHASE 4. SHERMAN OF
CORAL GABLES at 286
I Miracle Mile Ooral Gables
intends lo register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol liade County. Florida
SO FILED
FOREVER
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVEN thai ine undersigned
ng to enga< >n nu'
name
I'M \

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Chase A- Sherman of
Coral Gables. Inc.. a
Florida Corporation
Marx Faber
Attorney for applicant
905 \in-lev Bldg
Miami. Fla 33132
tmwil May 23. 30.
June 6.7. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
.;i\ EN that the underst)
desiring the engage In bui
in.- i.uiious name
v i NETIAN H M-: "'"'
M mien i
' the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned,
.tesirlng lo engage In business
under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN UPHOI-STERY
SI PP1.Y at 7400 Northeast
Second Avenue. Miami.
Floi-nta MISR intend to register
said name with the Clark of the
Circuit Court ol Dade County.
Klorida
Herman Smolar
Jesus (lutlerrei
\t LESTER SAAL
Mini ii. > [Ol Smolar *
i lilt Id ii-/
ji Weal Flaglei Street
vii.mn. Florida 3.1IM
,iv,.. Vt,.\ 23 30,
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO S073I6FC
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
in re THE vi \mti v;f. of
II \ M \S SKUK VNll
p. uii.iii.i Wile
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III ;.i \ M.KVTK SERB VNU
IteMUUtutcnl nii-h..nil
in iiiiiii \ \LENTE
SERRANO
Niirti Cn -nt.i cm. o
Mann li
it.|i.uio it.iiu.iii.' Havana
i i ii \
Niii Mtr HEREBY
\i i in- IKI i lli.d .in ... lion im
' it li Hi ol Vt.ll i Lie li.l.-
li. ii ni.'ii .it.im-t you and you
,u rvi|un el I" -'! ve a < op) ol
v. .in m in. I' li '
I,, it on ci- \si. \ Cr VSr
.itli.iii.-i no I 'elitionei n hose
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO-4102
Division 03
IN RE ES l"ATE <>r
r i:iki i\ BERGEK
I N-. .
NOTICE OF
MtMINISTRATION
rii.- administration <>( the
.-l.it. ..I FRIEDA BERGER,
ile. ..is.-.I. File Number so
i un i- pending in the Circuit
Court lor Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the
.nl.ln'ss ol which Is 73 West
Klagler Slreel. Miami. Florida
.13130 The names and ad
ih.--.se.- ol the personal rep
i.seiiutive and the personal
representative's attorney are
sel lorlh bi-loi*
All interested persons are
required to file with this court,
within three months of the first
publication of this notice
111 all claims against the
estate and I Si any objection by
.ui interested person to whom
notice was mailed that
challenges the validity of the
will, the qualifications of the
personal representative.
venue, or jurisdiction of the
court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice
has begun on June 6. IBM)
Personal Representative
Gerald Berger
84 Lake Avenue
Metuchen. N.J. 08840
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Morns Cohen
K36 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Suite 2X0
Coral Gables. Fla. SS1S4
Telephone 308 442 0231
iiswisi June 6. 13. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring U> engage in business
under the fictitious name
I S I. A ASSOCtaUS at 7370 NW
Ireel Suite 32SJ Miami.
Florida intend lo register said
n,.iii. v. ith the Clerk o( the Or
Court nt Dade County
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Public Notices -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
Case No to ti Family Division FC
IN KKThf marriage of
CARMEN MCLAI QHUN
Petitioner
BJMJ
Till.MAS MCI.AI QHUN
ipondent
NOTICE OF AtTinN
To rHOM IS MCLAUGHLIN
Mai
Mi I atughlin
01 I
New York City
No* York
Yi ii ARE NOTIFIED that
ii lion tur Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
.it.nrist you anil you are
required to serve a < ops of your
niii-n defenses if an)
i IRMEN mci.ai cmi.in
Petitioner, arhoat addraaa i*
o LIEBERM \N BEN
N ft sSaOCIA I'KS P A .
Sunset Orlvc Miami.
Florida 33137 Phone MM .IAIM.
on or before June ji ms.
he oi Iglnal w itn the Clerk
pi tins Court either before
service on Petitioner or im
mediately thereafter; other
arise a default win he entered
aifalnat you tor ihe relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
W luieaa my hand and the wal
hi Una Court on Mai I ISM
itu hani i' Blinker Clerk
\- i k oi the Court
ByC P Oops
As Deputy Clerk
OBM I Mas If. -'.i .in
juneti 1WMI
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 SO 7103 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IS UK The mai nage ol
M d FIZKK
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pondi nl Husband
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da on tin- ii daj ol M ij
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\-( ierfc < "in nit Court
Hade Count) Florida
B) Willie Bradshass Jr
As I keput) ('lerk
i'iii nit Court S .t
LAW i 'KKICKSuK
FLEISHER \M REICHLER
H sRKY c FLEISHER ESQ
i oln Road Suite i.'
Miami Beat n Florida 13139
.
Mlome) lur Petitioner
lime in iumi
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 10 S0SI
FAMILY DIV
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK
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i 'eutmnei
.mil
i.auusa MOCOMBK
i teapondeol
Mi LAKOa % MOCOMBK
leneraI l vinery
Borjone Haiti
i ol ARE HEREBY NOT1
FIED that ari art ion for
otution "I Marriage has
bet n filed aaalnat you and you
..M required In nerve a ropy of
your ritten defenses, if any. to
It on BENNETT D FULTZ,
KS(J attorney lor Petitioner
whose address is 610 SW IZth
Svenue, Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the dark
ol the above styled court on or
before July 11. 19H0. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published
ones -I uUva a saka in THE
IE WISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
at al Miami
his II day of Mm
ISM
KMTIAKI' P HKINKKK
nt I 'ourt
rlda
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erk
i.rl Seal i
Mi KII.KI)
KnKKVKK
tins Notice
INTHE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M4SS0
Division 0)
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE I
Mi >l.I.Y SLOMIN
a k a MOLLY EDEL8TEIN
I i.i .
The administration of the
iti ol MOLLY SLOMIN
- Ml u I.Y EDELSTEIN
PHe Number M
i is pending In Ins < "in uit
Cmirt fi iint)
Florida Probate Division, the
>r ttrhleh .\
( .... Street M laml
The nan,.
addresses "t the |>'rsonal
repreaental and the per
s.ntai representative al
lome) are sel forth h.-ioit
Mi Intel ested pel a ma are
red to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
nl- mi-: FIRST PUB
I.ICATION nl-' THIS
NOTICE 1 all claims
..gainst the pntale and 2 an)
oi.ji. i|..n by an Intel
i- ...n to whom notice arai
mailed that hallenget the
valldll) ol the Mill the
qualifications ol the personal
n i rcsentatlve, venue or
jui isdn turn ol tin- i ourt
M.I. CLAIMS \M. dii
ION N (>T
WILL UK
iiMtiu 11
Publication ol
h.i begun on June 1 lllxn
mul KepreaentaUi
MOKRIH J M'KI.KK
I...'..' II North I irive
Ix-lra) Hr.i, h Fla -'<:H4.*.
Mlome) lot Personal
I Scores, ntalix c
111 \l \N I '. M.HI T
Ii M.MI I liALHUTA
MKNIN P \
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\t imi Ii.-... h Florida 33131

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number ao 444}
Division 0?
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
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WITHIN IHI'.KK MONTHS
THK KM'
pi 111 cAi on of mis
Nil I Ii K i I aims
.iganisl e esl i
bjeel hi Inti 11
a tium noli, e as
lllalle.l h.i\ i h.ul. ngl the
validit) ol Ihe iii the
quullfli allons ot tin
.. pi esentative enue or
In tloli ot the court
\l.l. CLAIMS AND OB
ikctiiiNS nut sii FILED
vs ILL UK FOR EN KK
II \KKKI.
I'uli lualion ol this Notice
gun on June 6 item
|*crsonal Representative
Koia Fetor
dTuuOdIIuvi Are Apt in
Miami Beach, Fla 33140
Mtome) i..r Personal
K. j.i esentative
HARRY /i KERNICK
130 Lincoln Road Suite 441
Mian Beai Florida 3313t
. j nan
II I June 6. 1.1. IWNi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No so 7140 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
in kk Tii. mai nage ol
ii.hn u i-\ rTERSON
PetlUortei Husband
and
i.i.l.liA ikank PATTERSON
pondenl Wlfs
IOLOAJE \nk
PATTERSON
M4I Harrington Court
Springfield
\ irgima Z115U
i .i \l(K HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for
I .is.solulion of Marriage has
basil filed against you. and that
you are required to serve a
i op) of your Krsponse or
Pleading to the Petition upon
the Petitioner attorney
sH Mil K S DAVIS, at Miami.
Klorula and file the original
Response oi Pleading in the
..flu e ol the ( lerk of the On uit
' on or befi i in day
.1 .n. \ I IMO II (rou (ail to
ludgrment mi
ou tor the
inded i
petltk
DATED .1 Miami
I n.V
KICHARI H BRINKER
- ol the l 'Ii
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO 4247
Division 01
INRI i- STATE OF
SOPHIA PLOTKIN
l lei eased
NOTICE OF
sDMINISTRA in in
Thi- administration of the
HI \ PLOTKIN
.--ii Kile Numbei
1247 ,- pending in ihe Circuit
Curt lor Dade Cl
Florida l 'robate I H\ laloi
SS l.| lll|. h is 1 \\ .-si
Miami
i-ior ida, 33130 at and
addresses ol the personal rep
tative and the per .
epresenta
'.h he low
All interested person
file w ith this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
or the First pcbli
tTION OF rills NOTICE
111 all i Linn I the
stat. md ''j.-. lion by
an Interested person '." horn
llotl. s/aa 'nailed that hal
. idlt) of trie it ill
(juallfli al KM per
; entallvi
jurisiiii lion ol the .ourt
M.I. CLAIMS \N|. OBJ EC
iimns m it sn riLeii WILL
III. FOKEV KK H iRRED
I "niilu ation of Mils N
.... begun on June I IBMO
I 'ersonal Repreaentatlvet
HAKKIETUREEN
i jni Ht\ ,,ta i irivs
Corali... Ufi
I Kt) PLOTKIN
.'ii. SM U i 'ourt
Miami h lot Ida 13143
Mli.i in \ im I
Ue|.i. sentatlve
I.I-... II ..I'KIN H \
I .. .'. ,
Mi.no, I
Tell phone lufl .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No SO 1005 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
PETITION FOR
ADOPTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
S KI
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I.Mll !
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, a H Wade
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVKN '.hat the undersigned
ilesinng to engage in bui i
illlilel the fictitious name DE
\ Ks \ IK \\ EL Ci.NSI I .TDK
..1 BU SW I st Street Suit. N
i Mi.i I intends li
regiatei tald name *ilh the
Clerk oi ihe c.r. mi court ot
i >adc i "bunts Floi Ida
Hugo I Itai Ires,.lent
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S< l 1CK is HEREBY
itlVEN that the indersigned
engagi n I u
utious ns
la. i oi Kim ida InvestmenU
.i b Ta.i m Florida
lios Kasi i sve Hlaleah Fla
intend aid names
with tin Clerk ol the Circuit of
; '.ni. i 'iiuxiti Floi .'la
Evello rbledo ('resident
Daniel Kali Esq
Altome) tor Evello Toledo
iimsmi lune rt I.i jn .1 lusii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
jnder the fictitious name Cl >N
SUIT at W300 South Hadeland
Boulevard Suite 41* Miami.
Florida 33156 intenda to
regi.ster aid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1 lade ('.sinty Florida
Consolidated
Technologies. Inc
tMM May HI a. 30.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIC1 HEREBY

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO'ltiFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The marriage ol
U.K I tNDRO Y!< \KKA
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an.I
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kii.i thai .0 lion for
1 iissoiutjon of Mari
I ,st ^ ihj arid you
,.i. r e.juir.'i| to sel 1 |>v Oi
.. r itten defenaet if ai
it on MICAHEL r WEIS
IIKItti attorne) for Petitioner
\t hos. .I'M' i.i incnln
I'.oa.l Suit) ".<-' Miami llea. h
I- lor Ida II and file the
original vtitn the clerk of the
above styled rourt on or before
lune in IBM otherwltt .1
1I1 laull trill be entered agalnsl
- demanded In
I unl or petition
Tins noli, i- shall be published
'.mi' each treek for four ion
s. 1 ut.t.- ... in 1 hi-:
IKW I-!! FLOKII : \N
vs ITNKSS m) hand and
s. al ll .aid 1 Florida on this c day ol Ma)
RICH \KI> P HKINKKK
\s 1 '!. k Cln ..it 1 'ourt
I lade Count) Floi
II) Willie Hradshaa Jr
\- I lepul) ( Terfc
.it ('a j r t Seal *
Moiiaeir Weisberg Esquire
In Road Suiti
Miami Hi .11 ii Florida 33131
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mi..mi. \ i..r pe.....mcr
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lune IMO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVKN thai ti indei tgned
ng lo engagi 1 '
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB)
lil\ EN llMl tin under -.,
'*: to en.
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IIOLLYIIA\ INVES I'Vi
HlaleaJ
lend
-aid name it 1 tn the Clerk of tlir
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PEDRO TRET" I
Cullk-rmo Soatchln t
Mlome) im
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I". A. || h laglel street
Miami KI.
Ma
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREB)
UIVKN thai the undersii
ng to tngagi in but
IUmui name El
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said
n.ilo. a UN UV the
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Murahl
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVKN thai the undersl|
desiring lo engage in husiness
indei the fu UUoui name
IMPI I- MED IMI'OKT \
EXPORT INC at 3 SVS 1st
SI reel SulU No 1 Miami Fla
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name with the Clerk of the
On uit Curt of 11..
Florida
Kodolfo Palai lot Ownei
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICJ HI i; h BY
1.1\ K N that tf
.ml.
M K1 IM \-
A
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DAOE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 2ltt
Division 03
IN KK ESTATE Of
M 11 r ,s Schwartzman
1 lei eased
n 0tick or
ADMINISTRATION
TO M.I. PERSONS HA\ INi;
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
v; \IN I I UK \H'1\ I K
I \Nn mi OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
MIK ESTA1 I-
YOI IRE HEREBY N.iTI
FIED 'hat the administration
.-tat.- ol M orris
Kile
Nun-. pending in


I nt Ision the .1 tu. h
is ? A. treet.
at n I'crsonal
represenlativi I th# 1 itate is
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Fla The name and address of
Ihe i" 1 eeentntis 1 1
aiioi an rt forth b< t
mi persont rut mg lalnu or
I. mauls against the eMateare
red WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM MIK HATE
' i| THE FIRST Pi H
I.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE
lo file with the .lerk of the
' ...r t a a ritten state
inent aim "' demand
. ...> has Eai h claim
must be in anting and must
ite the be I i iaim
tin name and address of the
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lorne) and the amount
1 laimed II the 1 lalm 1- not set
i .. the date a rirn it w 111
Ii. 1.tin !im is 1 onliriKent or
unliquidated the nal 1 tin
fiali be staled 11
the the
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No SO 7)4| FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in HE The marriage ..1
\NHKr m LEDKIEWICZ
Petitioner Husband
and
PE ski LEDKIEWICZ
pundent ssife
Id PEARL LEDKIEWICZ
\ii.n e.s i 'nknoarn
lenee I nknim n
Yin IKK HEREBY noti
FIKI' that .1 Petition for His
-oiution ol Marriage has Kern
: you are
eqjuln
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Petition on Huabai
\l \N s KESSI l- H
t .. .,:. Sl-
Miami Beach Florida 13131
and flh ln< is \ ...
ling in the Office is" ihe
Clerk 1. uit Court on or
the 7 das uf luij : Defaull Judgment
tred tgalnet you
DATED at Miami' Hade
L'uunt) Florida this 37 day of
Mai HMO
RICHAKD r HKINKKK
trkof th.-
Cln nil Court
B) M j HartneU
Deputy cirrk
-+' Ma.
Jun. 1VMI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIV'EN that the undersigned
buslneai
names of
AMERICA WIDE N
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a TRI I'K
'II H at
. Miami
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVEN'" .uOlClAL
CIRCUIT IN iND FOB
OAOE COUNT' (lORIDA
Case No it 'i0
FAMILY Di .'S ON
NOTICE 01 'ION
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Sam Simonhoff, 84, Retired Lawyer
?*.
\^.r. Musicant. Kreitzman. Jeuish Funeral Directors,
nction u ith Florida Directors Gary '
-- Arnold and
|J\Vn J Grunduag. recently opened the net, Sinai
Tonal Chapel at Lauderhill Sunrise border opposite
*V,n. Shot! n tleft to right) are Allan I. KrriUman, Gary
\f\mold. lr<>nR Cutttrman. Henry \i Gutterman and
lotion J Grunduag The organization also has a Jeuish
KrtlChapelmSt Petersburg
Funeral Chapel Opens
l^man Musicant Kreitz
Jfi>h r'uneral Directors.
(ooiunrtion w.th Florida
^director liarv H Arnold
|Sheldon .1 (.ru nil wag. have
[he Sinai Memorial
j. -i West Oakland
. .1 rd at the
drrhill Sunrise border.
iflDverrer)
_97H the funeral
inuation also ->pened the first
:5h funeral chapel on
ji i Suncoasl t 4100 Irith
|S North, m S! IVtersburK
yv* new Ninai Memorial
,\ ha- '"l square feel of
nd has s|Mi-ial parking
xi. rest riHim .ireas and other
IfKUii/ed t.uilities lor the
LcommodatHin of senior citizens
[aadnandk ap[>*-f persons
TV structure has a vaulter
Mt'.iin \ (lrominent feature
of the interior is ,i bronie and
copper memorial to the
Holocaust created b\ Lena
Rroydo. international!) known
Israeli sculptor
Liulterman Muaicanl Kreu/
man als, has three chapels m
New Jersey in the roniniunitie*of
I nion llackenaaek and Jersev
< "llv
In announcing the Klondu
opening, the firm Chairman of
the Uo.ird ol I lire* tor. Irving U
(utterm.in raid I his e\
pension of our f.icilities and
aervicea in Klurni.i is part of our
determination l provide our
kind ot personal assistance to
families in the major areas we
aervt \* alwaya, care and
reaped lor the wishes n| (he
l.imilv in their time of mini, and
the utmost regard lor Jewish
traditions are our principal
com erns
National Press Club
Catering to Arabs
lonlinurri from Page I-A
lfcr rrmhers and not tor special
larrcs! groups who desire access
our platlorm and the COS erage
tnded l>\ national public radio
II SPAN Malo) wrote fC
PAN is ihe television cable
latfiii'.i publu allairs network
lar. KTvea some 700 cable tele-
|wion systems >
r xplained to ma."
I letter t.i Von Bergon
laic that you overruled m>
I staled the Mak
laud lunch alter the Arab l-eague
|u.o the) would pull out of thi
J Anb Sight part) being hold the
I eeli in the Press i|uh
I- the luncheon was also
iCCORDING to James
lAoourv/k attorne) for the Arab
I eagua had bOM
) intae b) the Press
L hat if they agreed to under
I' il Night party they
lauldin return use the Praat llub
p make two |N>lit|cal' state-
*nt at a new -makers breakfast
M speakers luncheon He said
l"W*r that h.s clients had bud
|ptd 140.000 lor this package
00.000 had already bs-n
Ijait I of course, knew nothing
j**icha guarantee and if 1 had.
[wd never have agreed to a
Jwi m the first place "
n'- Concluding sentence.
i '> s-"i It pains me to find
I* (^s- t tub crawling to the
Ita^ "r '"U "th,'r sP*',al m
Public Notices
NOTICE OF
*V*ILABILITY OF
*"NUAL REPORT
' RP0T1 f thr
rouN
i uon

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Juiv*. i*m
Mxiure/k. a former Demo-
crats! Senator from Siuth
Dakota said that Arab l-eague
meml-rs were concerned atout
the cancellation ol the luncheon
Confirming 140.000 was in
VOlved, Xhoure/k said. Thev
were i itming under pressure from
their constituencies back home
for apending ao much money'
and that if the Press Club can
celled the noon luncheon, we
wouldn t have anything to show
tor it
PAYNE, ol Slctiraw Hill
World New-, told JT \ that The
PIXJ is member ol the \ral>
league and we have IK. right
t.i *! up ourselves as |udgeol Its
mtmlH-rsh.p 1 am sorry about
the listing, but it s done Bergen
lokl II A that when he became
president ol the Press flub. It
had a deficit ol KB 1.000. but the
fundmg lor \rab Night had
nothing to do *ith the t lub s
l.nances II, -aid he had flTBt
baud" of the 140.000 in Mate) i
letter
I don't know it right or
wrong, but it wouldn't ->'n>/>-
BM he said Malov told JTA
that Arab rapraaanuUvea told
him that Williams had written
them .1 thev put on the partv
they could mak. peechea
Maksoud made h.s repreaen-
tation hare, boosting the I 1
and Pakatinian awtehood anci
terroriam and condemning 1 si
th.- I S m^ the (amp DavKl
accords \s cuatomary for the
Chib'a president. v..n Bergen
who works lor United Press
International chaired the lunch
Only three othara ol the Club board mamban and officer*
attended Thev were Pav ne
Kgerstrotr. ol the Knight I ;
new- and H '
ot /
persons
preset
ptaudingMakaouds remarks
..umaost 1 I ->'">.
Ltpporte. x I
JTA thai the Leagw
papered the houa. bj ota
tnbut.ng tickets to triends
Funeral services tor Sam
Simonhofl -I a retired lawver
who had lived in Dade Count)
since 1924. were held Ma) W Bl
th<- Gordon Funeral Home
Mr Simonhoff died Slav 28 at
Cedaraol Lebanon Hospital
He was a graduate of
Charleston College and the
University ol South Carolina
Law School He worked for many
years lor the law firm of
Simonhofl \ Simonhoff
He was a member of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the American
Krienda of Hebrew University.
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A .,, \ jKAIi ln) Miami Beach,
k|(i i .ni- K Brnjamin 75 Miami
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I, V,M |< Abraham Maj
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Zioniat Organization of America
and the Florida and Dade County
ftar Associations He was a
veteran ol W'orid War I and a
trustee ol Bonda tor Israel
\s a hobby. Mr Simonhoff
w rote poctrv
Surviving are his wife Lillian:
son Michael (Karhell of Miami;
daughters, Joy (Arthur! Kpstein.
I I.une (N JiH'll Khrenkranz:
Sherna (Alanl Mrody. all of
Miami: 10 grandchildren. Bann,
Susan. Lynn. Wendy. Corinne.
Kred. Andrea. Diana. Benjamin
and Jesse. and one great-
grandchild. Tnryn.
CITY MEM0RIAI AND
MONUMENT, Inc.
7110 N E 2nd *
Miami. FlortdaJSISi
EVELYN or
BERNARDSARSOHN
OFFICE rst-taat
RES 271-4430
n Alan Gale, Entertainer, Dies at 68
I'uneral services were held
M.iv _'S lor Man C.ale. IW, III
Surlsule a rvtintl entertainer and
risiaur.ileur. who died May 27 at
St I'Yancis I lospital
Mr link' owned the Colebrily
Club in Sew "l ork and later in
Miami Bench
lie lugan his .uting career at
the age ol N and reiirod 1*1 vears
FRIED
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ago His roles included (hat ol
Nathan IVtroit in the Las \ egns
stage production ot tiuyn ami
ItttlU. starring Dan Dailcy and
Betty (irable
He also was a historian tor the
I'i i.ii s Club
Survivors include his wife.
Dorothy: s>n. William: sisters.
Bow Srhwurt/ and l live gmndchikiren
ROTHUAN
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Optn tortf Day Closed Sobbalri
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
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Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
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Dade County
949-1656
i J385 West Dixie Highway
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Nev>York: 21J 263-7600 Queen* Blvd & 76th Rd Forest Hills. N.Y
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925-3396
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First Quality
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datk for Cannon itams of your
choica in any of tho thro* colors.
All itamt ara available at
special low pricas without
tapat a> shown in tha chart.
Offar good thru
August 20. 1980
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