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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Israelis on Trail of Alleged War Criminal Living in Queens, N.Y.
By ROCHELLE WOLK
vE\\ YORK (JTA> The daUy
" hen- has not yet run a story on a
u ard Beach, Queens resident whom
i raeli intelligence has called "one of the
lst important Nazi war criminals in
J files although local newspapers
#te informed of his background over
tw0 years ago.
Stasys Cenkus, now a permanent
resident alien (No. 8100124 601481.R),
was Lithuanian Chief of the Secret
Police, collaborating with the Nazi
secret police in Lithuania, headed by
Gestapo chief Karl Jaeger. In copy-
righted material from his forthcoming
book on the subject, author-journalist
Charles Allen. Jr. calls Cenkus one of
the top five alleged Nazi war criminals
living in America today.
IN HIS collaborative role, Cenkus has
been implicated in various Einsatz-
gruppen actions against Lithuanian
Jews in 1941-43 including appropriation
of Jewish money and property.
Numerous witnesses and documents in
the Soviet Union testify to his role in
Continued on Page 15-A
""Jewislli Floridian
I Am
Number 34 TWO SECTIONS
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida Friday, June 13, 1980
BtMliI M Centt
Price 35 tents
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fader Danna Mailer, of Cochexsidh. Md first Jewish woman graduate to be
the U.S. Military Academy, lights Sabbath candles to open theannualJeuru*
Bacca. ServiceOt West Point
With 12 Others
First Jewish Woman
Graduates from
Point
WESl POINT. N.Y. Thirteen Jewish
cadetv wt commissioned Second Lieutenants in
the United States Armv at colorful graduation
ONwa held at West'Point May 2K The first
man cadet. Danna Mailer, was a
member ol the 19K) graduating class
All cadet! participated in the Jewish Bac-
calaun.r. Service conducted Friday evening
Wore graduation. Some 250 persons, including
staff, members of the faculty and their families
nd guwtl from surrounding communities,
attended the service, which Tike all weekly
ia* wrvkM was hdd in a chemistry lecture
hall
A DRIVE to raise .5 million for a West
Point Jewish Chapel is at the halfway mark
rverlooking the parade grounds and campus, the
chapel sit adjoins two other chapels Although
there have been Jews at West Point since the
first class, when Simon Levy was one of two
graduates in I802, there never has been a Jewish
house of worship Edgar M Bronfman is chair-
man Ol the board of the West Point Jewish
Chapel Fund Herbert \l Ames is president
\ large delegation ol Jewish War Veterans
lad by Mr and Mrs Edwin Goldwasser. of
Continued on Pane 3-A
Begin Warns
Europe Is
Morally Unfit
To Mediate
JERUSALEM Anticipating a move by the
European Economic Community to legitimize the
Palestine Liberation Organization and to recognize its
demands for a separate Palestinian state in a European
initiative to rewrite UN Res. 242 that would change the
status of Arabs as 'refugees,- Prime Minister
Menachem Begin Sunday told the Knesset:
There was not one nation in Europe which in some
part did not collaborate with the (Nazi) killers. Begin
meant to stay one step ahead of what seemed the
inevitable when the EEC meets in Venice for its
deliberations on Middle East Policy June 12 and 13.
"AND THOSE same nations now come and tell us
how to handle those affairs affecting the security and
future of our people." the Prime Minister declared.
"They have no moral right to tell us how to arrange
our security They have no moral right to recognize the
Continued on Page 10 A
Snubs Confab
Paris Scene
French Jewish Leaders Split
ByKDVVINEYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
Tensions within the French
Jewish community have
been simmering for a long
"m Die ingredients con-
SLsl of suppressed frustra-
tions, intercommunal
Jalousies and an intense
'wf act ion with the
governments anti-Israel
policy. On the eve of the
Six bay War. when
throng! of Parisian Jews
went out into the streets
singing Israeli songs and
waving Israeli flags, the
tensions reached near boil-
ing point, but the lid re-
mained on
It nearlv burst last month as
most .!* ish communal orgamza-
tkms. including the most pres-
Ugioua among them, traded
mutual accusations. com-
muniques and denial! with the
Jewish Agancy'" representative
in France. Avi Primor. a 45-year-
old Israeli career diplomat now
on leave of absence from the
fontinuedonPagell-A
Reagan Muffs Shot At
Ties to Jewish Community
By WOLF Bl.ITZER
London ( nn>ntcle Syndicate
WASHINGTON -
Ronald Reagan and his
senior foreign policy ad-
visers have been saying all
the right things as far as
Israel is concerned. But
they do not as yet seem to
have developed a very
effective strategy I in
spreading their message to
the American Jewish
community and other pro-
Israel circles in the United
States. In a contest
against Jimmy Carter and
John Anderson in
November, this could cost
Reagan the election.
Right now. Reagan clearly has
a chance of attracting con
siderable Jewish support in the
Continued on Page 6-A
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Oh'IRA SAVO.S Bar Han
Bar-Ilan Invites Ofira Navon
i Navon, the wife of fnrad Preeident. was
special guest t ihe 25th anrmersar>
celebratioi Mar-Han Inn
aning, a: New York i Hotel Pierre
attet lad the Silver
Jubilee dinr-.. cation which eras
chaired b> Mrs Jeroma L Stern
.-nt of th Univerait} Ann-mar. Hoard of
< K t set -
Mr- Savon preeanted the l.apid Priai
\dult Kducatmn to Steven Schwarta
lent of the Bnx>kdale Kound.il
developing an innovative pro^^Tim at Bar Han
that is opening the gates of education to retired
pel BOM and i'no>uraging inter generat lonal com
munuation within the t niversit \ en\ inmment
Mrs Navon. herself an expert in the field of adult
education, made the award on behalf of the Israeli
National Association for Adult Fduration
C'haim tirade, the Yiddish poet and novelist
whose works have illuminated and preserved the
mystical and often mystifying life of Jewish
Yilna. the Jerusalem of Lithuania.'' will be
awarded the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
degree at Yeshiva I'niversity s 49th annual
commencement Thursday. June 12. Dr Norman
l.*mm. president, announced
Dr Lamm will confer the degree upon Grade,
and four other distinguished figures in public life,
including Federal Judge Abraham Sofaer and
Aryeh Dulun. chairman of the World Zionist
(Vganuauon and the Jewish Agene>
Grade, in his 10 volumes of poetry and five of
prose has recreated and brought back to life what
Nazi Germany physically destroyed the yeshiva
world of Yilna. its synagogue courtyards, the
overflowing Main Synagogue, the side street
Shul. the Yiddishkeit and humanity of the Jewish
experience in pre-Holocaust K astern Europe
tirade's work gives shape and dimension to a time
far removed from contemporary Jewish life, and
assert a determined survival in memory
Sea Robert Dole iR Kans | a member of the
Helsinki Commission, this week called for
p BtpeaaaaaM of the Madrid Conference
-ned to monitor compliance with the human
rights and European security treaty signed by the
I S '.he Soviet I'nion. and i3 other nations in
IflTS
At a special meeting requested by Sen Dole.
the Kansas Republican called for postponement
saving it would be inappropriate and non-
productive to hold the monthlong conference in
light of this delicate time in international
relations Dole suggested "the invasion of in-
dependent Afghanistan by Soviet troops would
make the conference a charade and forum for
polemics that could do irreparable harm to the
spirit of the Helsinki process
We ve asked the farmer to pay a price wh the
grain embargo, the athletes to pay a price with
the Olympic boycott Now we ought to ask the
bureaucrats to pav a price bv postponing this tnp
to Madrid. Dole said
The Administration opposes a delay in the
conference, scheduled to begin in November after
a planning session in September
Rabbi Ludwig Nartelmann was installed as
president of the Jewish Reconstructionist
Foundation at an inauguration ceremony at the
Harmome Club in New York City More than 300
people attended He succeeds Rabbi Ira Eisen-
stein. who has been named honorary president of
the Jewh Recoosirucoomst Foundation
; evident ol
- the ch f the
nt which encompi
the Reconstructionist Rabbinica .: in
I'hiladelphui. the Reconstn '.tration of
Congregation and Havurot
I \ iatktn. the Reconstructa
the Women'"
;on
In accepting his new po-ition Rabbi
mann said Reconstru Judaism
toilav can and must reach modern 'aacnltf' and
religious Jew" alike, and impress upon them
that Judaism is a religion as well as a
civilization
The mechanism by which a newly-isolated virus
causes fatal tumors in animals will be studied
jointly by Prof Yosef Alom of the Weizmann
In-titute of Science and Prof. Gerhard Sauer of
the German Cancer Research Center. Heidelberg,
under a DM "C.OOO grant of the Volkswagenwerk
Foundation
Because of the great similianty between the
genetic processes of viruses and those of the cells
they attack, the investigations will also provide a
new information on how higher organisms, in-
cluding man. regulate expression of their own
genetic characteristics
The scientists will be studying a virus isolated
a few years ago by Prof Sauer known as HD
(Heidelberg) virus, member of an intensively
studied family of tumor causing viruses, the
papovaviruses
Alfred Moses. Presxlent Carter's special liaison
to the American Jewish community, met with a
delegation of American Mizrachi Women in his
White House office on Jerusalem Day. May 14. to
accept an AMW petition calling upon President
Carter to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital
and to relocate the American Embassy there from
Tel Aviv The AMW petition was signed by
il thousand AMW members and supporters
throughout the I'nited States
In presenting the petitions to Mr Moses.
Roselle Sdberstem AMW s national president,
noted that the delegation represented some
55.000 religious. Zionist women throughout
America who are firm in their commitment to
maintaining the status of Jerusalem as a unified
city under Israeli rule
I nder the 19 years of Israel's stewardship of
the city free access to the holy places of all faiths
has been guarnateed and protected This out
standing record is in sharp contrast to that of the
Jordanians who prevented Jews from praying at
the Western Wall during the 19 veers of their
stewarship of the Old Cat)
An internationally known phvsician who has
written over a dozen books on physiology and
physical well-being, has a new one recommending
a low profile sex life
Dr Edwin Flatto has written a newlv-
pu bushed volume Look Younger Think Clearer
Lite Longer, about which he says. Basicallv.
nature intended sex to be used for procreaton.
not recreation Sex b a sacrifice to the body The
seed of all life forms contain the most valuable
ngredients m the body Sex adversly affects
males physwlogically
About women the Miami Beach phvsiaan
notes that Sex adversly affects the human
female neuroiogically In the female, sex orgasm
is akin to an eptieptx I
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JenistfhrMinn
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in Brief
Herzog to Take Over at Helm of Gigantic ORT Union
I maiJCM Chaim Her-
tyjffiwr Mnbas-.dor
V i-n.i.-a Nations, was
WfJSSi. | th. World
"d. PTat iu KKHh anruver-
R! hen> He w.ll
^In. "^^ne
M.ch *h.> has headed the
fcu'0RTsini''' '
fZ amfcrtnc .-ndorsed a
- on-K'ram which en
^ than 200.000
, m ORTi worldwide
Suon.1 training program *>>'
m,' of the cntury At
jV" ^an 100.000
BU atten.i ->me .00 OKI
,nd programa worldwide.
*r Israel I "I" rations account
imt two-thirds ol the world
WatK-n* overall vocational
LAV!\ Gob Yehoshua
n\ chief il military intel-
^ .aidh.r. that Israel does
fconsKi.r ine* Middle Kast
rlij\ "ul thlfl >'ear
_h becauw I the unstable
Etlcond m the region
il boh Israel's lm-
kttvicii
jjawti -pokem
is bar*,
11 ecu; 'n,r udden
(in thi trieo neighbor
lUraei *r II.'
ilitary intel
, ha* had to drastically
id and training
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pwitl n Sinai
H-_, i were da-
jad tl narj intel
I |uipmanl waa
'. a air-borne
rnx* u pea <>f alec
I Mai I IBod
liARIS Rabbi Rone Sirat.
as sleeted 1 ranee i new
[Rabbi in replacement of 85-
ild Rabbi Jacob Kaplan who
Intinng
|The election of Rabbi Sirat
a turn in the history of
iJewish community since he is
jNorth African origin. Sephardi
ido maKe up 50 percent of
iiW.Ouo strong Jewish com-
ityin France
Ilabbi Sirat. born in the
tit) of Hone (now
bat', will take up his post at
lend of this year when Rabbi
n. who was elected in 1965,
EnttUSALEM Northern
nd (ien Avigdor Ben-Gal
Sunda\ four restriction
against four leading
i Arabs in connection with
".'government protest rally
TinNazareth last week.
[Jke orders were given accord
> mandatory emergency
i that are seldom in use
Israel They were aeen
aa a warning to I sraeli Arabs
Jo adopt the radical anti-
trend which characterized
"eat Bank in recent months
Jj Naiarwh raUy, in which
^i and council members of
Arab towns and villages
"sembled. waa called in
X *uh West Bank
Baasam Shaka and
i Khalaf who were wounded
Jwrrorist attack early bat
T"* raUy served aa a
for the Communist
Jr w Nawreth. Tawfik Zay-
7*ho sharply criticized the
?W*on of the West Bank.
Justified military action in
10 1,b^rtetheterritoriae."
I* pIuh* Shamir has
oo European countries to
'airer attitude over the
'at conflict
pS u .*ho met Belgian
\J Minister Charles Ter
tUfopean u>ur which led hur.
Ambassador //
to The Hague and Copenhagen.
said the partners of the Kuropean
Common Market should en-
courage the peace talks already
engaged between Cairo and
Jerusalem back the moderate
elements of the region anti dia-
courage the extremistfl
Shamir, whoaa tour has bean
aimed at countering EEC
rajpoftad plans fur a new Midtlle
Kast initiative which might be
announced during a summit on
June 12 and 13 in Venice, said
Israel refused to deal with the
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JERUSALEM Rabbi
Moahe Hnim Weiler, chairman of
iht Council of Rabbis tor Pro-
graaaive Judaism iReformi in
Israel has strongl) attacked the
Washington, D.C Rel
Temple Sinai tor hosting
deported Mayors
Kawassme and Mol
Milhem last v.. r.
I utterU object t<
hoapitalit) in a Jew ish house ol
worship tor these i wo enen
Israel. Rabbi Weiler said This
was t<> give legitunization to
what Kawassme ami Milhem rep-
resent h addad
Weiler came to live in Israel
man than 30 wars ago He k>st
two sons. Iw.th officers, in the
army in action against the
enemy
"I am a Jew of humanistic
persuasion. Rabbi Weiler said.
"If the two ideporteesi would at
least have expressed sorrow over
the murder of a child at Misgav
Am or of the six Jews at Hebron,
they would have had the right to
make their own case Hut to open
the doors of a synagogue to them
when they come only to accuse
Israel and Jews this I cannot
agree with
TEL AVIV Israeli troops
pursued a group of terrorists
across the Jordan River and
killed two of them in a clash on
Jordanian territory A third
terrorist is believed to hsve been
killed when explosives he was
carrying detonated There were
no Israeli casualties
The incident was the first in
several months involving
terrorist infiltrators from Jordan
Isrseb authorities are uncertain
whether the Jordanian govern
ment was aware of the terrorists
presence but believe it may have
been because of the recent
rapprochement between King
Hussein and Palestine Liberation
Organization chief Yasir Arafat
JERUSALEM The Cabinet
has angrily rejected the United
Nations Security Council s reso-
lution adopted last Thursday
condemning the assassination
attempts' against West Bank
mayors and accusing Israel of
failure "to provide adequate pro-
tection U> the civilian population
in the occupied territories
A Cabinet statement, read to
reporters and television camera
men by Prime Minister
Menachem Begin after the
session, accused the Security
Council of using the bomb at
tacks against the mayors ol
Nablua, Kamallah and Kl Birth
on Jun. 2 as pretext to renew
its demands (or Israel's total
withdrawal from the West Bank
and the redivision of Jerusalem
Charging that the latest anti
Israel resolution was in contra-
vention of Security Council Reso-
lution 242, Begin declared. This
will ne\er do
BONN Members of the
ruling Social Democratic Party's
[SPDl parliamentary faction
have published a statement
favoring the continuation of the
peace process in the Middle Kast
based on the Camp David ac-
cords The statement, addressed
to the U.S. Congress and signed
by prominent members of the
SPD. is opposed to any change in
Security Council Resolution 242
Although it was not stated
explicitly, the move was seen
here as a further attempt by
friends of Israel to restrain the
West Kuropean countries from
launching their own peace
initiative in the Middle East
which is fully supported and was
partlv initiated bv Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt's SPD-led
coalition government.
JERUSALEM The
Supreme Court has rejected
appeals by Rabbi Meir Kahane,
k'ader of the ultra-nationalist
Kach movement and his
associate. Baruch Green, to
rescind the administrative deten-
tion orders under which they
were imprisoned last month The
court also refused to reduce the
orders to house arrest.
Justice Yitzhak Kahan. who
rendered the courts decision
Friday, explained that the
evidence presented against both
detainees pointed to a plot so
serious as to place their appeal
beyond consideration. He
rejected defense claims that
administrative detention, a hold-
over from the British Mandate
regime in Palestine, could be
applied only to parties seeking to
destroy the State
Jewish Woman Graduates from Point
Continued from Pae 1-A
Monsey, N Y presented a kiddush cup and
other gifts to each graduate. Lt (ieneral Andrew
J Goodpaster, Superintendent of the U.S.
Militar) V.ulemy. presented Bibles, donated by
.iu V, to the cadets
The Baccalaureate speaker was Sister Rose
Thering, chairperson of the Department of
Secondary Education at Seton Hall University.
South Orange, NI. and co-chairman of the
National Christian Leadership Conference on
JEWISH GRADUATES in the Class of 1980.
their home towns chosen sj>ecialties and new
assignments include
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pn t'ohen St at *n Island N I
Engineer!, Ft Bragg N C KelUi D Emberton. Hun-
tinglon. S Y Air Defense Artillery. 3rd Inf Dlv Ger-
many Jay. A Harrta Melville N Y Field Artillery' to be
aligned; Jacob P Kovel, Alexandria. Va Engineers. 5th
Inl Dlv Ft l'ulk. Iji Douglas 1. Lenhoff Beverly Hllla.
t'.ilif Infantry sin Inl Dlv. Herman. Danna Mailer.
<(* heysvllle. Md Aviation Ft Mucker. Ala Jeff E Sch-
..rl/. Metuchen, N J Ordnance. 4th Inf Dlv Ft Car
on, OolO Steven l< Susland. Ixingvievt. Tex Infantry'
Mr. Inf Do PI l-ulk Im Mike J fngar Denver Colo.
Infantry 1st Dlv Germany and Kuaaell () Vernon.
Forest Hills. N Y Infantry. 7th Inf Ft Ord. Osill
One of a number of ranking Jewish cadet
officexs. 2nd Lt Sosland served as a Sunday
School teacher and was Cadet-in-Charge of the
Jewish Chapel Choir 2nd Lt. Vernon was Cadet-
in-Charge of the Jewish Chapel Squad, ("apt.
Robert C. Kramer is coordinator of Jewish
Chapel activities Rabbi Avraham Soltes is West
Point Jewish Chaplain
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Hindsight on 1967
Monday morning quarterbacking is by
definition nothing but self-aggrandizement. Still, we
cannot resist joining the voices of those who. on
June 6. 1967. this week 13 years ago marking one
of Israel's most distinguished military victories,
begged the following:
That such territories as Israel had conquered in
the now historic Six-Day War be assessed with an
eye toward which to keep as bargaining chips in the
future and which to annex instantly de jure.
The sad fact is that Israel at the time wanted to
have her cake and eat it, too. Thus began the period
leading up to the Yom Kippur War of October. 1973
in which Israel sat on these territories as if they
were Israeli de facto rather than bargaining chips
for some future negotiations, while growing in-
creasingly accustomed to retaining them and
considering them Israeli de jure.
What has occurred in the Middle East since the
Yom Kippur War can be directly attributed to this
indecisive policy. It is senseless to speculate on just
what would have happened had Israel made that
decision in 1967. Historic precedent was on her side
wars have led to territorial changes in the past.
And the climate of strongly pro-Israel opinion at the
time might easily have confirmed Israel in her
actions to make them.
Europe Unfit Morally
It was Israel's do-nothingism that brought the
Palestine Liberation Organization into being. You
can not sit on land that you say is not yours while
acting as if it were and not have those who live on it
come to contest your squatter's right.
The downward trend against Israel since then
has been an emotional (and actual) disaster.
It was therefore heartening to hear the words of
Prime Minister Begin who Sunday finally told the
world "like it is The world's new direction, led by
the pragmatic Europeans who these days hang on
every Arab demand, are unfit morally, said Begin.
to launch a Mideast peace initiative of their own
The historic parallel between the Hitler period
pre World War II and today is simply too
devastating not to come up with Begin's con-
clusions: The world is ready to lead Jews down the
road toward the extermination camps once more
.lews are expendable now that oil is king.
Finally. Begin has declared that the Jews will
not go. Israel is not interested in Europe's
initiatives, will not feel bound by them; and Europe
should not take them in the first place. The mur-
derer cannot be the judge of his victim's destiny.
In 1967, Israel won the battle but started
losing the war. Today, as the spirit of Munich seizes
the petro-pragmatists, it is high time that Israel
finally cuts through their self-righteous
justifications and tells them to mind their manners
if not their history.________
Hand of the USSR
There seemed to be no real good reason on the
surface for the recent effort by the Arabs to press
for a Tunisian resolution in the United Nations
Security Council calling for a Palestinian state and
demanding that Israel withdraw from all occupied
territory, "including Jerusalem."
The only explanation can be that the Palestinians
and other hardline Arabs were pushed to take a
stand now by the Soviet Union.
This also adds credibility to Israel's claim that a
Palestinian state would end up as a Soviet puppet
and a threat not only to Israel, but the West. The
PLO, while it claims to be the representative of the
Palestinians, actually subverts Palestinian interests
for the benefit of fche Soviet Union.
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Friday. June 13. 1980 29 SIVAN 5740
Volume 53 Number 24
Evian RecalledFounding of Sosua
By SIMEON BAKER
Dominican Republic,
which occupies two-thirds
of the Hispaniola Island
and is surrounded by the
Caribbean Sea and the At-
lantic Ocean, is a relatively
small country in the Latin
American area, with a
population of five million.
Over a million of the Re-
public's inhabitants reside
in the capital city of Santo
Domingo which has be-
come, due to its all year-
round summer-like climate,
a flourishing tourist center.
In July of 1938. during the
Evian ('(inference, called by 30
nations to deliberate the fate of
the Jews in Hitler (iermany. the
"strongman" and at that time
dictator of the Dominican
Republic. Rafael Trujillo. came
forth with an offer to permit
immigration, resettlement and
absorption of 100.000 Jews into
this Republic
HIS DECLARATION was
met with great enthusiasm in
view of the fact that none of the
ot her nations large and small
- including the United States, at
whose initiation the conference
was convened, was ready to
admit them and had their borders
tightly shut to all the un-
fortunates
\s ,i result of the Trujillo offer,
the .Joint Distribution Committee
formed a special agency in New
York to deal with the resettle-
mat <.f lhe jew
the Donuucui KepuhiS.
named,, the |>,,miJanl
Settlement .s8ociati ,r.p
DOKS\
ssliatK.n. for,
Ljtta
IN JANUARY. I94Q Doi
and the Trujillo ,
signed a contr,,,, ^
first group of refuges! T
was very proud of his
immediately assigned a 8
area in his country where .1
new immigrants *uU|(jen
farming At the sdmi. ^
managed to procure sham I
undertaking, thus b,,-,imin
partner in the project
The tract of |.,n(| I
for $60,000 in th.-th.-nmldera
of the village of Sosua near!
town of Puerto Plata, m
northern region ol the com
The first group ol refugea
then skilled ..
directly from German) in Ma
1940 and consist!
persons
The latter groups came.
Portugal, in September
December ol th.- sarm
Switzerland a *vn\
in special refugei .imps
tin- Mispicea "I the .IDC
On a recent .-it to
Dominic.hi !: iblic, t
reportei spei
area iit Sosua ai |
llllllU to l>. ,
acquaint)
problems of thi
i.iloiusts | als< *ith mi
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for this fmlun
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Continued on Page 1 < \
The Courage of Public Broadcasting
While thousands of Americans
were jittery over the economic
and political revenge Saudi
Arabia might take on us for
daring to show I h> Ihalh of Princnt on Public Broadcasting
System stations, the worry and
time might have been better
spent on a statement Saudi
Prince Abdullah let slip long
before the Princess storm broke.
We would have liked to
control all influential news media
in the world." said that Number 3
ranking potentate of the
theocratic state floating on oil.
And he went on to express some
doubt over newspaper publishers'
willingness to sell to the Saudis
with the bulging bankrolls.
HOW shortsighted can they
be those congressmen who
directed fury at PBS stations for
not bending knees to Riyadh's
hot demands that PBS stations
forego the showing of a film
daring to portray slices of life in a
nation piling up billions in oil
wealth? Saudi Arabia is "our
most supportive friend in the
Middle East." one ill-informed
Binghamton. N.Y.. resident
asserted in a letter protesting
this unfair and destructive
libel."
Not only our automobile gas
tanks but our entire national
security itself appeared to such a
critic to be jeopardized by the
airing of the execution of a
princess and her boyfriend who
carried adultery several steps toe
far.
Difficult to understand were
arguments raised against the
script writers, directors, and
producers of Death of a Princess
Robert
Segal
for mixing fact with fiction
Could it be that such worry warts
are unaware of Shakespeare's
talent in that direction? When
the world's most renowned
dramatic writer leaned on
Plutarch and Sir Thomas More
for the facts he wove into
Richard III" and "Julius
Caesar." or when he touched up
the warts of the Earl of Warwick,
was he guilty of wrongdoing to
glittering royalty and illustrious
nations?
ACTUALLY, had MobU not
tried its hand at applying its
considerable pressure on PBS.
Saudi Arabia might have been
better served The Mobil cam-
paign and a bit of knee-bending
towards the Arab state on the
part of our own State Depart-
ment helped to inspire hundreds
of nervous men and women to
phone PBS stations to put the
film back in the can.
But such missteps served
eventually in many instances to
stiffen the backs of PBS officials.
Then came the rating reports
Channel 13 in New York enjoyed
the largest audience ever for a
PBS program; in Boston, a gutsy
Channel 2 attracted 49 percent of
ail who listened and watched.
Britain's Lord Carrington. who
took time out from his crusade of
polishing its image of
Palestine r a 11|
Organization, bowi d l
gmund in apology to King Km
(or the alleged dam ige inflicr
on Saudi Arabian honor
I/ondon s use ol the {
t reat
When we axe urged by th
who place a higher value
Arabian oil than on Amend.
Freedom to tr> to look at Ul
culture, tradition religion,
history through the ej
folks, we move closer to the!
of the issue And that is
Western technolog> respons
for bringing oil riches to Sal
Arabia, has carried there 4
some seeds of hedonism offensj
to the sensitive nostrils
keepers of the holy Is* s
IT IS NO secret that pnes
the shaky Saudi Arabian emp
were troubled about the
bling and drinking and
vices pipelined into their ternt
by Westerners and induglefli
heavily by those near the thrf
long before the squabble over I
film hit the airwaves
Beset by such moral set bad
and shaken further by
November. 1979. invasion on
Grand Mosque of Mecca. Islf
primary shrine, the 6. yearn
King Khalid and his brothers!
in a ses of trouble True, the*
no lack of money
Isn't it fair then to coa
that the rumble over a
fact I
fiction television prof
constitutes s sympton rau
than a cause of that ins
combination of malaise
national insecurity?


Jun'
13

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Carter Wants Stalled Talks Resumed
WASHINGTON President Carter has initiated
iLnption <>f the stalled autonomy talks between
land Egypt. Secretary of State Kdmund Muskie
I for early resumption of the talks on Monday
At the SBtne time. Muskie essentially blamed Israel
he breakdown in the talks in the first place.
I. inn thai Prime Minister Menachem Begin s West
,ettl'ment policy is illegal/"
Bonding on im
ai l" '' ABt
interne* to questions
- him bv David Hartman
lav Begin declared that he
jSKnun Muakfs are "old
^ He al" noted that both
"pd MiwkM fathers came
cities m I'oland within
^ more than KM) miles from
(iDOlher
lnfortun.it.lv.' Begin
owed m> father was
., death he met in the
Seen iar> Muskie'
r j,,. noted had of course
Mwd Thu *as a note he
| fll.>* ink: his belligerent
Dayan Quits
Silence:
Raps Begin
lb Gil SED W
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(I I ireign
I Dayan
[ nonths .1!
'. h .1 blast
gainal
me \! Menachem
government
-1 1 He
ised Begin
his proposals
Ifcr Palestinian autonomy
[fo make ii appear that
Da> jn ad\ ocat fil a
aliening of Israel's
lacuntv in the occupied
pritories
Divan h. detected from the
I IT 1977 and joined
Begin s Likud led g<>\ eminent
I I look [fin that year.
pagned last Oct 22. He
IrUinnJ his Knesset seat as an
lafcpendtnt \IK
Unlike Defei M Minister Kzer
|uman who resigned on May
5 uh .. Later attack on
|BtK;n Hay an departed
il> and had little to say in
PoWic about the governments
Pwformance
.But hi- speech was fierce in
Wd scathingly critical of
* I'rvmier Davan was in-
psai bj Begins speech to the
*>srt |a,( wwk m wm<.h he
*" "nong other things.
Knaforrnei Foraifn Minister
'"W Israel u. withdraw
J"*rall> from the West Bank
leave security matters to
VN Arabs
'H<>* dare he
[j*h *Tds lnlo
never said?" Dayan
I Begin) put
my mouth.
[*lard
JJ SAID that Begin had
'S** for the sake of
?t. proposals Dayan had
J* nJaanling the West Bank
!J">d he had never
*^ that a new target date
E#vtv, 1. ,uu,nniy talks with
gWhe sW after the American
ntial elections. He aaid
he called for the
?^lllnK of the Military
^ment n the West Bank
* I.J1!!1 m,'ttn the withdrawal
WS1 def*nw '<**
^ a** implied.
K^r* Mld th** Dayana
\^T sP*h marked the
3^(the way, between him
fcduT L*ud-k*i government,
,* Kovernment has lost yet
^*r influential supporter
warning to the nations of Europe
before the Knesset on Sund.n
when he declared Europe aa
morally unfit to initiate its own
Mideast peace talks
The Carter Muskie initiate,
this week was aean as a desperate
I' S attempt to check the
European Economic Com
mumty s determination at a
meeting in Venice June 12 and 13
to recognize the Palestine
Liberation Organization as the
legitimate spokesman tor Arab
demands (or a new timi separate
Palestinian state carved out of
th* West Bank and da/a
EGYPT'S PRESIDENT
Anwar Sad.it meanwhile denied
that the talks would be resumed
at talks m Washington either
later t his month or early in Jub
Th.\ .ir. no) going to resume
the negotiations. ^adat
declared No They are going to
((insider how to surmount the
obstacles facing resumption "
In .Jerusalem. Begin said over
in""/ Morning America that
Israel has 'every right to settle
Judea anil Samaria and Gaza "It
is part of our nation It is central
to our security He denied
Muskie 8 charge that the set
t lenient s were what halted the
autonomy talks and that it was
Israels fault that thev had
halted
"THE TALKS will be
renewed," he said They were
halted because Egypt halted
them in the first place
Begin said that Josef Burg,
Israel's Minister of the Interior,
would represent Israel at the
resumed talks m Washington
Hurg later noted that no definite
date had been set for the meeting.
In a Speech before the
W ashington Press Club. Muskie
declared m l>chalf of the
('resident iCarterl, I call upon
Israel and Egypt to resume the
negotiations as soon as possible
I also call on each side to create a
political climate that will give the
negotiations a maximum op
Execution of Jewish
Businessman Evokes Anger
NEW YORK Jewish organizations here are
issuing stern statements of anger and condemnation
following the June ."> execution of a Jewish businessman
in Iran.
THE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE noted that
The execution in Hamadan. Iran, of Albert Danielpour,
an Iranian Jewish businessman charged with having
Zionist connections, was juridical murder.*'
The statement said that "The catchall phrase,
Zionist connections.' covers fanatic and vicious hatred
of Israel. The all-consuming hatred of the Khomeini
government for the United States and for Israel has
transformed a great civilization into a bloodthirsty
mob."
portumty to succeed
SAID MUSKIE in an obvious
reference to the Israeli set-
tlements: They cannot succeed
if either side persists with
unilateral act kins that prejudice
the final status of the territories,
nor can they succeed if one side is
insensitive to the concerns of the
other
Muskie warned that while the
United States would voice no
objectK>ns to new initiatives from
European or other sources that
might lead to a Middle East
peace, 'We will strongly oppose
an> efforts that would derail that
(Camp David) process
Muskie also referred to the
status of Jerusalem, which in
addition to the settlements was
the presumable reason for
Egypt's withdrawal from the
autonomy talks late in May
PRIME MINISTER Begin
calls Jerusalem "one city in-
divisible" and the capital of
Israel There is a bill pending in
the Knesset to make this de facto
position de jure
The Secretary of State did not.
however, say what the U.S. seeks
in the negotiations over the
status oi Jerusalem.
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large states, such as New York,
given the angry mood towards
Carter's Middle East policies.
But unless Reagan and his staff
move quickly. Anderson might
step in and snatch a large chunk
of the Jewish vote. And upor
reflection, other Jews might
begin to see Carter in a mon
positive light.
THIS IMPRESSION was
strengthened on May 12 when
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee invited the
Presidential candidates to ap-
pear before a public forum.
Reagan was urged by all of his
Jewish supporters to make a
personal appearance before the
approximately 800 influential
A1PAC members who attended
the policy conference from
around the country
It was clearly a golden op-
portunity for Reagan to
demonstrate to the local and
national Jewish leadership that
he was indeed a strong and
determined friend of Israel.
Anderson and Ted Kennedy
found the time to address the
group. The White House sent
Viet President Walter Mondale.
Ray CUne of the Georgetown
University Center for Strategic
and International studies
represented George Hush
Reagan's campaign manager.
William Casey, represented the
Republican from runner That
was .i t>ad choice Compounding
the error. Casey did not have a
very solid speech He certainly
did r><>t do justice to Reagan's
pro-Israel position.
CASEY, B former St .it.
Department official under Henry
Kissinger, did not say anything
anti- Israel. But as he stumbled
through his speech, it became
clear that he was the wrong man
to speak to that audience. It
demonstrated about as much
political sensitivity to the Jewish
community as if. for example.
Carter had sent Assistant
Secretary of State Harold
Saunders to AIPAC rather than
Mondale.
Keagan should have come
personally But assuming that
was impossible. Republican Jack
Kemp of New York should have
been there What was most
ironic was that Kemp indeed was
there only moments before Casey
spoke.
All this attention to the
Jewish vote is critical, as far as
Reagan is concerned, especially
in the light of Andersons
decision to enter as an in
dependent.
At first glance. Andersons
candidacy might seem to
represent a net plus for Reagan
The conventional wisdom
suggests that Liberal Democrats
will switch from Carter to
Anderson
Hut that line of thinking may
be among, largely because it
tends to ignore the particular
importance ol the Electoral
College in selecting a President,
while focusing instead on the
overall popular vote, which la
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(25). Michigan (21). New Jersey
(17). Florida (17) and
Massachusetts (14). Alone these
nine states have 223 votes 270
are needed to win.
In the 1976 race. Ford lost
Ohio by 6.000 votes. Nearly
100.000 Jews voted in Ohio; if
3.000 had changed their vote.
Ford would have won the
election. In New York four years
ago. Carter won by 200.000
\oies. In a state where over 1
million Jews voted, a ten per
cent change (100.000 votes)
would have won Ford the
Presidency.
The same close race could
develop in November this year.
especially with Anderson on the
ballots
Unless Reagan gets his
Jewish act together, he may
wind up a loser Naming Jack
Kemp, one of Israel's best
friends in the House, as his Vice
PreeidentiaJ runrungmate would
go a long way towards making
him a winner
Menten Trial to be Interrupted;
Expert Off to Russia for Evidence
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The second trial 0fl
alleged Nazi war criminal Pieter Menten will be inter
rupted while an expert goes to the Soviet Union to
search for additional evidence. The Rotterdam district
court, where the trial opened last month, agreed to a
request by defense attorney Eduard de Liagre Boeh] to
have the War Crimes Archives in Moscow
examined to
see if they contain material to substantiate Menten s
claim that he was not involved in the crimes with which
he is charged.
THE COURT selected Willem R. Veder. a professor!
of Slavonic languages at the University of Nijmegen to
visit the archives and submit his report by .June 20
Veder served as interpreter at Menten s first trial in
Amsterdam and in the same capacity at the current one
He is thoroughly familiar with the case. The court said
that the trial would not be unduly delayed bv the in
terruption.
Hoehl originally asked that a three-man inquirv
commission be sent to the USSR. This mi^ht have
suspended the proceedings for two to three month- while
the Dutch request for the commission to be admitted to
the Soviet Union made its way through diplomatic
channels. It was seen as a deliberate delaying tactic bv
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Begin Says It'll
Take Time To
Find Terrorists
By DAVID LANDAU
.crUSALEM UTA)
prime Minister Mena-
' Begin hinted that it
ft take Israel, author-
gfa long time to track
Ln the [nrpetrators of
multiple bomb attacks
^nst West Bank mayors
Victims Rebuff
Medical Aid
JERUSALEM UTAI -
Ijlivor BasN-im Shaka of Nablua.
Li lost both k*ga m last week's
Lnb attack was flown to
taman Jordan (or further
wiment after refusing to be
nitMi m jiini I*1"''1''' gangrene Shaka
n< taken to the Allenby Bridge
DC from there by helicopter to a
k> Bent* ere made at the direct
orders of Prim* Minister
Jlftuchem Begin ho is acting
Wens* Minuter
Earlier. Begin offered to have
Slaka admitted to any of Israel's
lep hospitals for treatment of his
wounds, hut the West Bank
nyor angrily spurned the offer
ISRAELI soldiers and police
continued for the third sjaccessive
ay to force hast Jerusalem Arab
archants to keep their shops
jpen despite a general strike
called to protest the bombings
The merchants were threatened
aith imprisonment if they
Itfused to comply Heavily arm-
atd troops Mood guard at their
premises to make sure they kept
apen and to pre\ent harassment
5 Palestinian nationalists.
At United Nations
Another One-Sided, Anti-Israel Move
and that he didn't think
Israel should be pressed on
the matter.
Speaking at the 100th an
niversary conference of the World
OUT. Begin noted that the
Italian government has \et to
find the killers of former Premier
Aldo Mom. and the British have
not found the assassins of I>ird
Mounthatten Therefore. h> Mid
there was no CMIM t" press Israel
which would certainly do Us
utmost to arrest the perpetrators
and try them in a court of law
BBGIN SAID that Mayor
Bassam Shaka of Nablus. who
lost lx>th legs in the Immbing.
and Mayor Kann Khallaf of
Kamallah. who lost his left foot.
were inimical to Israel because of
the nationalistic, pro-Palestine.
Liberation Organization views
But there was no justification for
anyone to take the law into his
OWB hands, he said
Begin also told the in
ternational OKT delegates that
Israel will never negotiate with
the genoodal. Nazi PLO" no
matter what the humpran Eco-
nomic Community leaders decide
at their conference in Venice He
cited the recent El Fatah
resolution calling for the dis-
solution of Israel as proof that
the I'l.O has not wavered from its
basic intention to dismantle the
Jewish St.it.
Meanwhile, Yossi Day an. an
aide to Rabbi Meir Kehene,
k-ader of the ultra nationalist
Kaih movement, was arrested for
questioning According to his
attorney, he does not know what
suspicions are harbored against
him Dayan has denied that Such
was implicated in the West Bank
bombings but applauded them
nevertheless Kahane has been in
administrative detention since
last month
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS UTAI
- The Security Council adopted
a resolution condemning "the
assassination attempts on the
lives of the mayors of Nablus.
Ramallah and El Bireh." and
calling for the immediate ap-
prehension and prosecution of the
perpetrators of these crimes''
The vote was 140. with the
United States abstaining
The resolution also expressed
concern that Israel has failed to
pro\ ide adequate protection to
the civilian population in the
occupied territories, and called
upon the government of Israel
to provide the victims with
adquate compensation for the
damages suffered as a result of
these crimes The resolution
called on all states not to provide
Urael with any aid to be used
specifically in connection with
settlements in the occupied
territories
THE ABSTENTION by the
t S came after Israel's
Ambassador to the U.S..
Ephraim Evron, earlier today
asked Vice President Walter
Mondale and Secretary of State
Edmund Muskie for a veto
Evron made the request at a
White House lucheon given by
Mondale for visiting Mayor
Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem.
Prior to the vote, Yehuda
Blum. Israeli Ambassador to the
UN, said that so long as the
identity of those who committed
the bombings on the West Bank
is unkown. it is "incumbent on
the Security Council to refrain
from giving rein to suspicions
and from casting blame When
the criminals are apprehended,
they will be put on trial to answer
for their crimes."
Bonn Repeats Support For
Palestinian Self-Determination
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BONN (JTA) The Foreign Ministry released a
statement here reiterating West German backing for the
ritfht of the Palestinians to self-determination and
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Bank.
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solution of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The move came in the aftermath of the talks be-
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Expelled Arabs Seek Sympathy Here
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Three West Bank
Arab leaders opened an
intensive campaign today
for American endorsement
of their effort to reverse
their deportations a month
ago from the West Bank of
Lebanon by Israeli
authorities. They warned
that the United States
support for Israel "is
something wrong" and
"must be corrected."
We Palestinians know how to
do it." and we Arabs know how-
to do it. Muhammed Milhim.
Mayor of Halhoul. told a news
conference that opened the
campaign in which he. Mayor
Fahed Kawasme and Sheikh
Kajab Huyud Tamimi. religious
leader of Hebron, attacked the
United States. Israeli
authorities. Zionism. the
American media and Jewish
settlers in the occupied areas as
enemies of the Arab people.
THE THREE men were
deported to Lebanon following
the ambush and murder of six
Jewish religious students and
the wounding of 16 in Hebron on
May 2. Israeli authorities ac-
cused the three with inciting the
Arab populace to violence. The
expulsion order is now before th-
is raeli Supreme Court for ap-
proval or disapproval.
The United Nations Security
Council, by a vote of 14-0. asked
two weeks ago to allow the three
West Bank leaders to return.
The United States abstained in
the vote because the resolution
was considered not balanced
But the United States favors
their return.
At the news conference at a
hoU'l. Milhim demonstrated for
TV cameras a khaki bag which
he said was put over his head by
Israeli soldiers when he was
being deported to Lebanon. He
challenged the American media
to give Arabs the attention they
give to Zionists and Israelis He
declared that Amercan TV gave
"six hours" on one occasion to
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
who. he said, "is the biggest
terrorist in the history of
mankind "
THE PALESTINE Human
Right- Committee and the
Palestine Congress of North
America, which are participating
in sponsoring their visit,
distributed Israeli and American
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newspaper articles that por-
trayed Milhim and Kawasme as
reasonable and moderate. After
he charged that Zionism's aim
was to drive the Arabs from
their homes and land. Milhim
was asked whether the killings in
Hebron represented an attempt
to drive Jews from the area.
"Those Jews were not wor-
shippers." Milhim replied
They were harassing people. It
is a human right that they Ithe
Jewsl are driven out We will
spare no effort to see that they
are driven out."
Asked, then, whether the
killing of Jews in Hebron is a
human right. Milhim referred to
one of the six killed as having
been a killer in Vietnam' who
came to the Middle Kast to
kill." He added that the killers
will have to be killed some day "
TAMIMI. who spoke in
Arabic, said that the Camp
David accords are a "Zionist
conspiracy and a movement for
Judaization" of Islamic sites.
Kawasme alleged that Israeli
authorities are trying to kill the
mayors, trying to kill our
population They want the land
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The Palestine Congress
distributed a press statement
alleging "a break-in" at its
offices in the early morning
hours in the Highland Hotel
where the press conference was
held. Jawad F. George, the
organization's coordinator, said
the alleged break-in might have
been an attempt to obtain the
mayor s itineraries.
He said that in the light of the
June 2 bombing against West
Bank mayors, security for the
two visiting mayors "has
become an urgent priority."
GEORGE WAS unable to tell
reporters what, if anything, had
been taken from the offices.
Washington police, who in-
\rstigated. later said they found
no evidence of crime.
The three Arabs were to
address a rally for them at
Temple Sinai in Washington
Milton Yiorst. a political writer,
was to chair the session Milhim
had said during the news con-
ference that he wanted to ad-
dress the American Jewish
community
James Zogby. the PHRC
head, announced that the
visitors also would speak Fridny
night at the New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church in
Washington under the "honorary
chairmanship" of Ramsey Clark

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who is now in Iran, and with
David Dellinger. known for his
.mt i Vietnam efforts. and
journalist I F Stone as co-
sponsors.
The House Foreign Affairs
subcommittee for the Middle
Fast, of which Rep Lee
Hamilton 11) I mi i is chairman.
held a coffee meeting at the
Capitol for the trio
ASKED IF the mayors would
meet President Carter's special
representative to the Middle
Eaat peace talks. Sol Linowit/
Milhim emphatically replied.
"No. we do not intend to He
represents autonomy and we do
not want autonomy "
Later, at the State Depart-
ment, spokesman Hodding
Carter said the mayors "will
have an opportunity to express
their feelings" at a meeting at
the State Department with
Harold Saunders, assistant
Secretary of State for Middle
Fast affairs, and Robert Hunter
the National Security Council's
Middle Fast specialist
Spokesman Carter said that
tin- meeting was arranged at the
Arab's request, prior to the ,ir
bombingi on the West Hank
Carter was asked whether the
Weal Hank mayors were PLO
memlHTs "1 don't know th.
answer." Carter said He noted
that they are purported to
be mayors of Arab towns U ,
have had conversations with
them in the past, and we want to
meet with them in the future
When Carter was asked that.
since Milhim had rejected the
idea of meeting Linowit/ for
being in favor of autonomy, did
he consider Saunders and
Hunters as being opponents ,>t
autonomy Carter replied that
"the U.S. officials have a wider
mandate" than Linowitz
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^ and the aged in the United
emerged from the first
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The i -.tue here, sponsored
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SuUnthP'P"* l conjunction
r,h 15 other Jewish service
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JJ, which the JT'9h m,
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BOMB 360 attended the
conference, which was held at the
new headquarters of the Jewish
Association for Services for the
Aged in Manhattan Senior
citizens and professionals in the
field of geriatrics were among
those attending
The keynote speaker. Prof
Robert Morris at the Florence (i
Heller social work school at
Hrandeis University, declared
that the battle for the elderly
Americans over the next decade
is two-fold: to fight like hell to
ensure that there are no major
cutbacks in government
programs and financing, and to
make a major effort to create mm
governmental programs: of
mutual aid and voluntary effort
Prof Morris also declared that
in the next decade then* must be
a major push to switch emphasis
from medical care for the aged to
home care It will he necessary to
reallocate dollars to back up
hom.- care services to relieve
pressures on hospitals and
nursing hoflMS
He als.i praised the efforts of
the Federation and its agencies m
maintaining the elderly in the
community by such approaches
is community apartments.
medical!) -oriented recreation
programs and geriatric day care
MRS Man V Tishman.
Federation vice president, ex-
pressed pride that the event was
the Bret such Mini White House
Conference She said there have
many changes in per-
ceptiona about old people since
the last White House Conference
in 1971 and that a conference like
the one at J ASA "can serve as a
consciousness raising forum for
older people."
Marie Kalish. representing
senior adults of the New York
Jewish community, said there is
still too much amazement that
people over 65 can function as
normal people She declared
that it should be remembered
that we are important people, and
we still have important roles to
play."
Among recommendations
decided on in conference work-
shops were proposals that
government resources be chan-
neled into programs with com-
munity support for the frail
elderly, that income tax laws be
changed to allow deductions by
elderly persons for classes and
training for new occupations.
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elderly on public transportation
24 hours a day; and that a
national family aid program be
created to give families financial
support for home care and respite
services for elderly parents.
MANY participants felt that
the best thing about the con-
ference was that it gave older
people a chance to come together
and share common concerns
l.aica Gellman, an elderly woman
who directs the senior citizen
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YWHA in Brooklyn, said that a
conference like this reminds us
both of the strides we have made
and the problems that remain to
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Friday. June 13. 1980
Jewish Groups Scrutinized
Did They Set Off W. Bank Violence?
By GIL SEDAN
And YITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTA) No
serious progress was reported in
the investigation of the bomb
attacks against Arab mayors on
the West Bank The police
laboratory reported that the
explosives used were standard
army issue But police sources
insisted that this was not
positive proof that the outrage
was perpetrated by Jews because
a great deal of army equipment
has fallen into the hands of Arab
terrorists in the past.
Nevertheless, security agencies
are known to be focusing on at
least three groups of Jewish
extremists as likely suspects.
One is the ultra-nationalist Koch
movement headed by Rabbi Meir
Kahane. who has long advocated
the expulsion of Arabs from
Israel and the occupied territories
and the use of force against them.
ANOTHER IS the Gush
Emunim. the militant Orthodox
settlers movement which lately
has been accusing the govern-
ment of not taking a sufficiently
hard line against Palestinian
nationalists and not providing
adequate protection for the
settlers on the West Bank
The third group under in-
vestigation is a hitherto unknown
cell of Jewish extremists which
the police have not identified by
name Earlier this week. Israeli
Europe Morally Unfit
To Mediate, Says Begin
Continued from Page 1-A
organization of murderers (the Palestine Liberation
Organization).
Begin in Jerusalem was joined this week by Israel
Foreign Minister Itzhak Shamir on a tour of major
European capitals to tell the leaders there essentially the
same thing.
AT THE CONCLUSION of a trip to Denmark, the
Netherlands and Belgium, Shamir said in a radio in-
terview: *'Hasn"t Europe learned anything since the '40's
when a majority of Europeans watched indifferently
while Jews were killed?*'
For his part. Begin earlier ordered copies of the text
of a resolution passed by the Al Fatah branch of the
PLO meeting in Damascus recently to be distributed in
Europe's capitals. The resolution called for a jihad "to
liquidate the Zionist entity through armed popular
revolution."
Begin said he ordered the distribution of the
resolution because *'I am convinced that many of the
leaders of the European states did not read Mein Kampf
during the 1930s.'"
Gromyko Rebuffs WaBenberg Query
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko has sternly rebuffed the latest Swedish
attempt to raise the issue of Raoul Wallenberg, the
wartime diplomat missing in the Soviet Union for 35
years.
The issue was raised by Swedish Foreign Minister
Ola Ulisten when he paid an official visit to Gromyko
late last week. Swedish official sources here say that
Gromyko replied "coldly and unmoved" and firmly re-
stated the Soviet view that Wallenberg died in 1947
despite at least 14 alleged subsequent sightings in Soviet
prisons or hospitals.
newspapers received calls from
anonymous persons who claimed,
in one case that a group called
"Bnei Zion" was responsible for
the bombings and in another that
it was a group called Counter
Terror Unit Neither name was
known to the authorities
ISRAEL PRESS Association
news agency received a call from
a person who said he represented
a group called "Terror Against
Terror" which, he claimed, had
250 members and had supplied a
"counter-terrorist unit" with the
explosives for the bombs.
The caller, who spoke Sabra
(native Israeli) Hebrew and said
he was calling from Net any a.
warned that the group planned
more acts against Arabs in
Jerusalem that they would
"remember for a long time As
was the case with the earlier
anonymous callers, the person
from Netanya insisted that his
group was in no way connected
with the Gush Emunim.
Meanwhile, a dispute emerged
between the army and the police
with each claiming that the other
was responsible for investigating
the West Bank bombings Chief
of Staff Gen Raphael Kitan told
the Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee that it
was entirely a police matter A
senior police source said,
however, that the investigation
was the task of the Military
Government and that the police
were only supplying technical
assistance
SHOPS AND businesses have
reopened in East Jerusalem and
on the West Bank despite a three-
day general strike declared by
West Bank leaders to protest the
bombings. But Arab merchants
said they were forced by the
Israeli military and police to open
for business on penalty of arrest.
Jerusalem police herded about
120 Arab merchants into local
police stations and served them
with written orders to open their
shops or face penalties of up to
three months in jail. Police ac-
companied the shopkeepers to
their stores to make sure they
complied
The merchant complained that
they were being squeezed be-
tween the Israeli authorities and
supporters of the Palestine
Liberation Organization who
have threatened them with dire
consequences if they ignored the
strike. They reported cases where
PLO terrorists planted bombs or
set fire to stores that were open
and said they had insufficient
police protection. Police have
since arrested two East
Jerusalem Arabs on suspicion of
threatening merchants who
opened their shops.
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pNESDAY morning.
,oGuy d' Kothschild,
f the famous banking
one of France's best
communal leaders.
3T to ask for an inv
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[that afternoon, the 71-
s,l\,Thaired banker.
elegant and even
Ihi- approach, told him
1 have asked my son
| r of the Jewish
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Agency Chairman
hlzm in Jerusalem and
lur recall.'
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New Way
To Make Oil
Ns\,lNI (JTA| _
University researchers
WffW i I I new process for
WBf energy from oil shah
r 'uld supply all of Israels
: "* '"xt 15 years. The
'dvanced teating
'in a university pilot plant.
,-'nV" lht" researchers, led
Ktv a whiat of the
L Ion i. "erch Center
y lr' toaaora Uaa Heller
M Uaruch Spiro. and
"lr> I Wesson. Gerald
rm""dl)r Moshe Pieman
^ development of this
L. 's, specially important
|TU-for Israel, which haa
C ^Posiu that could
T-v 9uPPly all of this
needs for the next 12 to
\ they announced.
and their organizations COOM
under such close scrutiny from
the media and the general tone
was not always positive
Provoked by the press,
prodded by correspondents often
irritated by their own and their
opponents' statements attacks
and public communiques,
organizations traded accusations
for a couple of weeks
There was a clash of per
sonalities between the eUgant
world renowned banker and the
Sabra horn former infant rv
officer twice wounded in the I I I
Sue/ War Hut. basically, it wai ,i
clash over conflicting views over
diaspora Jewry a duties .,
responsibilities, and many hen
fear that the French incident
might renew its.n sooner or later
elsewhere, and mainly in the I S
ORGANIZED French Jewry
and its traditional leadership.
have always been pro Israel, have
actively spoken OUI in Israels
favor, but have generallv chosen
to do BO through direct contacts
with tin- government and in a
relatively discreet manner Many
Jew- alsii consider themselves
first and foremost French and
-*> ondlv Jew ish
I ranee's national tendencies
been, since the days of the
French Revolution, towards a
strong. centralized country
Democracy In French tradition
w.i- incompatible with regional
tendencies such as had prevailed
in the days ,,f the monarchy
Nowadays, pluralism, in all its
forma, i- m fashion France lor
the first time in its history, is
prepared to accept it in all its
manifestations political, sexual
and religious Now, it seems to
many including I'nmor. is the
ideal time tor French Jewry to
openly express its differences and
:t- own particular communal
sympathies and tendencies The
difference between I'rimor and
the community's traditional
leaders is also, however one of
style
IHF INTERCOMMUNAL
Storm and the general press
interest have at least served tO
clearly demonstrate the com
munitv basic unity in sup
porting Israel and coming out
into the open to make known
us vi.w- ,im\ passionate links
with the Jewish State This is
probably what will remain once
the storm abates
Klan Leader Wins
In Calif. Primary
By ROBERT POLNER
NEW YORK (JTA) The Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith expressed dismay at the victory
of Ku Klux Klan leader Tom Metzgar in last week's
Democratic primary for California's 43rd Congressional
District, representing San Diego and neighboring
counties.
Morris Casuto. director of ADL's regional office in
San Diego, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. "We can
only respond with dismay at the fact that so many of our
citizens were willing to vote for an avowed bigot who is a
leader of an extremist organization with a record of
violence."
METZGAR RECEIVED about 35 percent of the
vote and easily defeated Edward Skagen, San Diego's
Democratic Party chairman, and "unknown" Hubert
Higgins, who stopped campaigning in the middle of the
race but remained on the ballot. Close to 87,000 people
voted in the primary.
Formerly the "grand dragon" and now "state
chairman of California's KKK. Metzgar will oppose
incumbent Republican Clair Burgener, who is seeking his
fifth term. The district is overwhelmingly Republican.
and Burgener is expected to triumph in November.
Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health
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Hatred at Oberammergau
NEW YORK
Oberammergau has become
"the international capital"'
of religious anti-Semitism
in the world, an American
Jewish Committee
delegation has charged on
its return to the U.S. after
having viewed the opening
performance of the 1980
()berammergau Passion
Play.
Rabin Mart- H. Tanenbaum.
AJC's national director of
I nU'rrvlitfKujs Affairs, pointed
out that i hf Oberammergau
Passion Play remained one of the
most anti Semitic presentations
being shown anywhere in the
world, and added
"The fact that approximately
2 million people have been ex-
posed to its emotion-laden anti-
Jcwi.sh message since World
War II suggest* that Oberam-
mergau has become the in-
ternational capital for the
promulgat um ol some of the
WOtSt forms of demonic religious
anti-Semitism in the world
today "
THK CHARGE was made at
news conference at AJC national
headquarters, at which Bertram
II Gold, the agency's executive
\ ice president. presided
Hi. \ ii delegalion in ad
dilion Kabbi ranenbaum
included Kobert S Jacobs
( hii.ii: i hairman ol the
Intel- \f fairs Com
miasjon \\ illiam rrosti i, VI'
assistant director; Kichard
Weiss ui Los Vngeies; Robert
Matt oi Cincinnati, and Carl
Pearlslein, ol San Francisco
More than .'iiKi.tKKi viewers
from all over the world are
expected to see the 19H0
Passion Play, which opened May
J.r> anil is due to run through
September Performed every ten
yeatS, the play follows Jesus
into Jerusalem, through his
arrest. trial, crucifixion and
i wish Ifcnii
JUDITH HERSHCOPF
ttanki. AJC's assistant director
of Interreligious Affairs, whose
booklet. What Viewers Should
Know \liout the Oberammergau
Passion Play. 1980," was
released at the news conference,
pointed out that the play was a
work of fiction, incorporating
some aspects of the Gospels,
ignoring others, and feely in-
venting both scenes and
characters that had no basis in
the New Testament.
Rabbi Tanenbaum noted
particularly that the AJC
delegation had been shocked at
the latest production in light of
the fact that four AJC missions
had met with Oberammergau
Mayor Ernst Zwink and with
Oberammergau town officials,
who assured the AJC that they
would make a "genuine effort to
remove every vestige of anti-
Semitism in the 1980 produc
tion "
Robert S Jacobs, who heade,
the delegation, noted that "th
revised Passion Play still raise
far more questions than it an
swers. "
"IN FACT," Jacobs con
dnued. the opposition of Jesus
his disciples, and the Jews i>
symbolically heightened by th*
pageant's costumes and acting
Jewish High Prissta. Rabbis
and Pharisees are dressed in
heavy Oriental robes and thick
beards, and their heads are
covered in turbans. The High
Priests and Rabbis wear mitres
topped by curved horns,
recalling the medieval
association with the devil as
ant-Christ Jews are depicted as
children of darknass "
Though s number of
significant change* have been
Rabbi Man Tanenbaum
made in the pageant. Rabbi
Tanenbaum stated that the
present production could not
help but "nurture and incite
hatred and contempt for
Judaism and the Jewish people. "
Among the major anti Jewish
themes awl images tent nil to the
play. Rabbi Tanenbaum pointed
to t base
Jews are portrayed as
rejecting JSSUS, and the entire
Jewish people are coUsotvaly
responsible for his death.
Jewish llinh Priests, the
Sanhedrin, the Pharisees and the
peopk of Jerusalem and Israel
are shown as having an
unrelieved hatred of Jesus,
lieing treacherous, malevolent
and malicious as opposed to the
Romans who are depicted as not
responsible for Jesus' death:
Pontius Pilate is portrayed
as a noble-minded weakling,
easily intimidated by the
Jewish mob".
The role of Jewish traders in
the Temple has no Biblical
foundation They are shown as
greedy and thirsty for revenge
against Jesus.
f Barabbat is shown as a
robber and murderer so that the
"people of Jerusalem" who seek
his release appear to be choosing
a common criminal over Jesus;
t Jesus is depicted as against
Judaism, although he was in fact
noted in it. and affirmed and
practiced il throughout his life
TO HFLP those who have
purchased tickets for the Passion
Play. understand the anti
Jewish problems posed by the
play, the American Jewish
Commutes-, is making available
its study of the test in English
to church groups, univsrsit)
alumni associations and travel
agenls
Reform Rabbi Ordained
By Her Rabbi Father
MAN YORK IJTAI For
the tirst time in American Jewish
history, the daughter of a rabbi
was ordained this week as a rabbi
at graduation exercises of the
Hebrew Union College Jewish
Institute of Religion IHUC-JIR)
held here at Temple Kmanu-F.l.
Debts Hachen of Cleveland
Heights was one of five women
who. along with six men. were
ordained as rabbis during the
ceremony. Two women were
ordained as rabbis at 11UC-J1R
exercises in Cincinnati.
THK SEVEN women ordained
as Reform rabbis brought to 29
the total number of women desig-
nated as rabbis under Reform
and Reconstructionist auspices.
Three men but no women were
ordained as rabbis at the Recon-
st met ionist Rabbinical College in
Philadelphia on May 18.
Rabbi Debra Hachen s father.
Rabbi David S Hachen of Cleve-
land, was ordained bv the HUC-
JIRinl962.
The new woman rabbi is also
the great-granddaughter of the
late Rabbi Solomon L Kory of
Vicksburg. Miss., who was or-
dained by the Hebrew Union
College in 1903
RABBI HACHEN has lived in
Worcester. Mass since her
/hi ii en ux "i n ordain* >l
,js Reform rabi I to
29 th* total numh,r
women designated as rabbis
under Reform and Rteon
ttructioMBt as tpit > i
marriage last September to Peter
V\ einrobe of lxis Angeles, an
official of a plastic toy making
firm in Worcester
Rabbi Hachen is scheduled to
be rabbi of Congregation B'nai
Shalom in Westboro. Mass. She
will continue to serve as a Hillel
advisor to the Worcester Jewish
Student Coalition, a post she has
held for the past academic year
The coalition is comprised of
students from Clark University
and Worcester Polytechnic
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TEL AVIV (ZINS) Opposition to the peat,
treaty with Israel is growing in Egypt, according to the
well known author Amos Alon, who recently returned
from an extended- visit to that country. In a series of
articles that appeared in the Hebrew morning daily,
Ha'aretz. Alon reports some of his findings The pro
Khomeini climate is evident at every level, indicative of
powerful reactionary pro-Moslem movement.
RELIGIOUS ZEAL, which until a short time ago
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actually illegal, number in the millions The Moslem
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elements both are in vigorous opposition to the peace
treaty with Israel
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Ruckus in Talks
At D.C. Temple
B? JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON
1JTA1 Under massive
police protection, two Arab
rs deported from the
Bank after the ter-
rorist ambush killing of six
va students in
Hebron last month sup-
ported Palestine Liberation
Organization terms for a
Middle East peace at a
tumult uous t wo- hour
I meeting held at Temple
The mayors, Kahed Ka-
Hebron and Mo-
Ikammni Milhim of Hal-
|boul. an \ isiting the U.S.
- part dI their campaign
1 to return to
their and a general
iattack on Israel pobciea in
cupied territories
FOLK I ted five pin mi
!r""i i after thai da
ipeakara and the
meeting Polica
/.lomsi damonatraton
pi. U) lower their
:. read, Hebron ia
\ Brooke bomb was
inside the temple by un
persona Later. the
Defense League took

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y* '-" and Milhim were
m the couraa of the
n*rting whether they approved
*JU} terrorists killing Israeli
"wren and civiuanv When
im contended that "99
Parent of the children are killed
b> Israeli bullets." the hall
""Pled with protests
K*asme acknowledged in
W to other questions that 22
.^t.imans were executed while
L ** Hank was under
Jordanian rule before 1967.
RABBI Mbert
onndeis l'n
bo on ih
Axel rod. of
iversity, who was
speakers- platform
"erred u, the mayors as
n> cousins." suggested that
u*> den.
uld be age,
b"* ,hat
m Abo on the platform was
iX m- ,dentif'i >
suggested
I the PLO. 'You
peace" in
position, he told
Haram.
x>sei
Mini
Pnme PE>sed ^ the policies of
-..nister Menachem
*"> I K'-vernment.
Hilton Viorat. a political writer
g *a a leader of the N,u Out-
rjV^Kaane's seminar here last
JJ*'jnticaJ of Israeli govern
SuJS ri9-chM *pro-
bhha m men wearing Arab
4trebBUtw^report*d,y h ^
noting pmn m thm
BJeSS? Ust*r- TnPe Sinaia
ShT? *2Jf5- "-d the
aponaorod by the Ad Hoc Com
mittae for Middle East Dialogue
Laatet aaid, li ia the con
tinumg policy nt the ooii'
gregation to allow open dia
cuaaion al the temple Vsked it
the .11)1. or the Gush Kmunim
could use a-- facilities for a
meet ing, he said t h.it would be up
to the Rabbi 1 ugene Lipman
the congregation and ita
president I' Stephen Ma;
LAS! Kit S \ID thai ad>
information on the Vrab mayors'
,ip| ,ir an< was misk ading in
that it could ha> bei n
preted I hat I meet was
sponsored bj thi ti pie
\|. mw hili fivi Jew ish
organizations which supp
Jew .- nt on t hi W
Bank ent
dei iunce in
sir. 'nis the use
lewish institution temple
Sinai in Washington, D.C, for
the purpose ol pro\ uimg .i forum
tor these sworn enemies ol l-p
who are dedicated to ita
deal ruction
I he statement called on ever}
Jew and non Jew concerned
about the future exiatenci of the
Jewish State to expose and boj
oolt an) and .ill activities on
behalf ol Vrab representativea
who teak to influence public
opinion whil.- aupporting the
oi murder and
terror b) the PLO who-, sole
purpose i- the liquidation ol
I Nr.i.-l
t'Jenist fkricJfon
Trujillo's Gift
Evian RecalledFounding of Sosua
I onlinurd from Page 4-A
abundance of materialism
Later, they turned to private
farming, following the example of
the Israeli moshdv, and started
to sell their meat and dairy
products t.. factories Today,
these colonista own a dairy
factor) which produces many
kinds n( cheese, butter, yogurt
and chocolate drinks They also
have ,i meat factor) where they
make various sorts of sausage,
hot doga and ham
Sosua, which now has a
population ol 10,000 and can be
reached in onl) three and a half
hours b) automobile from Santo
Domingo, ia famoua tor as
In.nititnI beat hes and pic
I UresqUf laud-rap,
THE MEAT and dairy fac-
loiii-s oi Sosua belong to 19
farmers, 75 percent ol whom are
ihe Jewish colonista This m-
mal ion waa related to me by
Herman Strauss, president of the
Hoard ol Directors of the Sosua
Companj well-known through-
out the counln He proudly
stat.-.l that then -ale ol meal and
ilain products amounts to -7
million annually and that over
i.immi people are employed in the
i built b) the Jewish
from i ierman) and
\u '
Hi als,, stressed that the
.;mal -hares nterprise
old at It) ;ie~,,- each The
si is per
i ach
dollar
it ion, in this
n impted
ted in
e Jews into
Domini iblii Mut
- nl his his W as
une the
lewish refugees during t hat
it hough not quite
the projected 100.000
i .un.
OF THF first group ol 15 win
, i, hed Sosua from Germany
and Vustria,only threeremain \
numbei ol them dud and others
migrated to a number ol cities in
the 1 niled State- \ similar fate
befell the members ol the other
.;>-. who -.tiled 111 SoSUa HI
the course ol 1940 <>t these
groups there are at present only
Ki Jewish families
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fail that "also the non-Jews
attend the synagogue.
Israel at Cambodia Conference
GENEVA (JTA) Israel is
one of the HO countries attending
a two-day international con-
ference on humanitarian
assistance for the Kampuchean
people (Cambodia) which opened
here
Israels Ambassador to the
United Nations in Geneva. Yoel
Baromi, announced that Israel
will contribute 1250,000 to the
Kampuchean relief fund and
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CM No. K-1175 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re The marriage of
ANTONIO ERNESTO
GONZALEZ
Husband
and
1.H11.A i-.ON7.ALEZ
Wife
TO LUCILA GONZALEZ
74. W Hucklngham
Chicago Ill 60697
YOl ARK HKKEBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
hereby required lo serve a
copy of sour answer or other
pleading to the Petition on the
Husband s Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS whose address u
1464 Ntt 17 Avenue. Miami
Honda HUB, and file the
ongmal with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or
before this l day of July. 1980
or a Default will be entered
against you
DATED this 6 day of June.
1*0
RICHARD I' BRISKER
Clerk ol the Circuit Court
B) M J Hartnett
0W:T June 13. 20. 27.
July 4. I98C
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80-7127 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE !". :-...rriage of
EDITH HOU "WAY
Petitioner wife
and
RAI.I'H HOLLOWAY
Respondent Husband
To RALPH HOU.OWAY
Navj
11 Dental Company
Kl 1 Sal Francisco.
Cain
Veil IRE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Marnage has
been (lied eeainat you and you
are required to serve .i OOD) Ol
your written defenses, if an\
to 11 cm AKTHIH H UPSON
attori '.iticmer whose
address is 1515 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 216. Miami
Honda, and file the original
with the c l.-rk 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
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FUIRIDIAN
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
--v May 90.
June 6. II. 20. 1990
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 Ne. 99-1 US
(FC 13)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marnaife of
MURAT B AS TIEN
Petitioner Husband
and ____
AGNES BASTTEN
Respondent Wife
TO AGNES BASTIEN
684 NE 83rd Terr
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor
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 A KOSS. ATTORNEY
AT LAW. PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33128. 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
llshed once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of May.
imo- _
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal)
A Koes.
Attorney at Law. PA
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Honda 3312*
Tel I SOB i 326 88*4
Attorney for Petitioner
Mario Quintero Jr Eeq
May 90.
Juris 6. U. M. 1980
BflBBI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 99-7SS* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
i LYS8E8 ELY
Petitioner Husband
and
BCLAH MAE ELY.
Respondent Wife
TO H11.AH MAE ELY
Residence I'nknown
VOl 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
vour 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
(our consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of May.
1980
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
HERBERT SEIDEL
1213 Hi" ayna Boulevard
Miami Florida 33137
Attorney for Petitioner
May 30.
___ Junefl ii mi IBM
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 7310 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
GRAN\ ILLf NOTTAOE
Pelltl nei Husband
PR NCI SLOI [SE
NOTTAOE
Respondent Wife
TO 1 .use
W ilkinmin Street
au Bahamas
Yi '' IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
iiitiun of Marriage has
Bled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your wntten defenses, if any
to it on ARTHUR H UPSON
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 1515 NW 167 Street
Miami. Flonda 33169. and file
the original with the clerk ol
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 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, Flonda
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
08871 May 30.
._____________June 6. 13, 30.1990 J
---------WOTICE OF ACTION "
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADC COUNTY
Civil Action No 99-7J29 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
ALEXANDER SCHREIBER
Petitioner Husband
and
GERTRUDE SCHREIBER
Respondent Wife
TO Gertrude Schrelber
ISO Richmond Terrace
Apt. No 4 A
Saint George
SLaten Island
New York 10901
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Merrtege has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any.
to It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1315 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 snail be pub-
lished 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 May.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah O Hess
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
08872 May 90.
June 6. 13. 20 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 7t UI51 (Of)
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR
FORECLOSURE ON
REAL PROPERTY
WASHINGTON SAVINGS
A U>AN ASSOCIATION
OF FLORIDA, a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff
VI
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHI SHAN, an Individual.
BEACH CI.CB VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, a
Flonda non-profit
corporation, and
DIVERSIFIED SERVICES.
INC d b aBl'DGET
RENTACAR
OF MIAMI
Defendants
REACH CLUB VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, a
Florida non-profit corporation
Crossclalmant.
vs
CHARLES LAWRENCE
shushan.
Cross defendant
TO Mr Charles Lawrence
Shushan
352* Northeast 167 Street
North Miami Beach.
Florida 33180.
if alive, and If dead, his un
known spousecsi. heirs, de-
visees grantees creditors and
all other parties claiming by.
through, under or against him
rOC ARE NOTIFIED that
an a< tlon to foreclose a lien on
real property located In I>ade
County, Florida, desenbedas
Condominium 1'nlt So of
HI- \cn c-l l B VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, ac-
cording to the Declaration
of Condominium filed for
record July 10. 1B>73. and
re. di d.-d in official
Records Boon MSI at
Page I!* of the Public
p.-, rda of Dad* County
Florida; a K a
N 'theast 1*7 Bin I '
N irth Miami Beach.
Flonda 33180.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
I (>j>) of your written ai
and or defenses, if any to it
on .i w ITS and KARP MM
Bis. ayne Boulevard Suits '*
10 the
attention of DAVID a KARP
before Jul) 7 tuwi and
file the original with the nerk
o| the Court either before
ser\ It e on Plaintiff s attorney
or immediately thereafter
M Lsa a Default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Com
plaint or Petition filed herein
This notice shall be pub
llshed OnCS each week for lour
4 consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH F1-ORIP1AN Post
Office Box 012973 Miami
Florida i 331011
WITNESS my hand and th*
seal of said Court at Miami
Flonda. on this 23 day of May
1980
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
By L C Bedasse
As Deputy Clerk
< Circuit Court Seal I
JAVITS A KARP
3550 Blscayne Boulevard
Suite 304
Miami. Florida 33137
i 305 I 576-6528
DAVID A KARP. E8Q .
Attorney for
Crossclalmant
088B2 May 30.
June 6, 13. 20,1990
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
JUSTICE SECURITY COR
PORATION at number 144 SE
12th Terrace. In the City of
Miami. Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Flonda
Dated at Miami. Florida,
this 29th day of May. 1990
CIRA COOK. President
LESTER ROGERS
Attorney for Applicant
1454 NW 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
08906 June 9. 13. 20 27. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Cats No 90-444V)
NOTICE OF ACTION
DEL FORM. INC.. etc .
Plaintiff
C1.ARA M SANTOS
IWendant
TO CI.ARA M SANTOS
Residence I'nknown
YOl\ CLARA M SANTOS,
are hereby notified that a
Complaint to foreclose a
certain mortgage on the
following deacrtbed property,
O Wit
Lot 7. In Block 1. of
MANGO H1I.I. according
to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 108.
at Page 30. of the Public
Records of I>ade County.
Florida
las been filed against you and
on are required to serve s
opy of your snswer or
pleading to the Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney
PATRICIA M SILVER. ESQ
Post Office Box A Miami
Beach. Flonda S3139. and file
the original answer or
pleading In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 18th day of July.
1980 If you fall to do so Judg
menl by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint
This notice shall he
published once each week for
four 14 i consecutive weeks
DATED at Dade County
Flonda this 3th day of June.
ISM
RICHARD P HRINKEK
Clerk Circuit Court
B) Willie K rails haw Jr
Deputy Clerk
EBBS June 13 20. 17
July 4 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
i ;i\ EN that the under*:.
desiring to engage in business
the (Ic litmus name of
IR DISTRIBUTORS at
,r TSB1 E NW -th Street
in th. I Miami Florida.
intends to register the said
ivaine with the nerk of the
.rt of I >ade Count)
, Miami Florida
.... Mai iwo
T a CORPORATION
PHI UP COOK
. V 1-aw
. Building
Miami Flonda 33130
me) lor Applicant
iw:n June 13 BO II
July I 19*0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
IIVEN that the undersigned,
desinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name
SI 1.1 ETA at 245 SE First
Street. Fourth Floor. Miami.
Florida. 39131. Intend to
register said name with the
nerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Honda
Maria E
Go male i Quint
08924 June IS. 20, 27.
July 4. 1990
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 9* 'tm
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
NELL M DOMINIQUE.
Petitioner Wife,
and
W1I.N ER DOMINIQUE.
Respondent Husband
YOU. WILNER DOMI
N1QUE. residence un-
known, are required to file
your answer to the petition for
dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court
and serve a copy thereof upon
the petitioner's attornay.
Herman Cohen. Eaq 622 3 W
1st Street. Miami. Fla 33190
on or before July 7. 1980. or
else petition will be confessed
Dated May 22. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, nrcult Court
BY: V CLARK
Deputy Clerk
BBJN May SO.
June 6. 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 Ne. 9-7M9
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
BEATRIZ PEJUAN.
Wtfs.
amd
A1JJERTO PEJUAN.
Husband
TO ALBERTO PEJUAN
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve s copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to It on A'.BERT L
CARRICARTE. P A attorney
for Petitioner, whose address
is 2491 N W 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33128. 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 31st day of
May. 1980
Richard P Brinker
As nerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy nerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
AIJIERT L CARRICARTE
P A
2491 N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33128
I SOB I 849-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
08874 May 90,
Junes. 13. 20. IBM
-------NOTICE 6f ACTION------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No BB-sm
FC(B)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marraige of
DELIA V CUEVAS.
Petitioner
and
W 11J/REDO CUEVAS.
Respondent
TO WI1.FREDO CUEVAS
Residence I'nknown
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIF.D that a Petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It. on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ, Esq. Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2985 W 4th Avenue Hlaleah
Florida. 33012. and file the
original with the nerk of the
styled court on or before July
7th. 19H> otherwise a default
will he entered against you for
the relief prayed for In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four const-cullye weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami
Flonda on this 20 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count) Flonda
BY M ERICE
As Deputy (nerk
CARLOS M MENDEZ Eaq
9BSB W 4th \\enue
Hlaleah Florida 33012
Ml ime) (or Petitioner
May SO
. ______________June 6. 13. -
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 ')*0 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage o(
VIA AP.o I. IBARRA
VNI I
\ IBARRA
P> ROSA IBARRA
i W IBS SI No 6M
N.w York CltJ N Y 10033
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that .ui action for
..ition of Marnage has
SI and you
I *iuirvd to serve a copy of
a ntlen defenses. If any.
to it on MARK' gl INTERO
IR ESQ A KOSS AT
roRNEY AT l-AW P a
attorney (or Petitioner whose
address is 101 N W 12th
Atenue Miami Dade County
Florida .13134. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered agalant
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petittc;.
This notice shall bs
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 21 day of May.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. nrcult Court
Dade County Florida
BY CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy nerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
MARIO QUINTERO JR. ESQ
A KOSS. ATTORNEY AT
LAW. PA
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N W 13th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3313S
l90Bl 338-8844
Attorney for Petitioner
(uni May BO.
IR THE ctW^VMW
OF THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
ANOFOR DAOR
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 99-73te FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The Marraige of
CONNIE LYNN ROSA
Petitioner Wife
and
EDWARD ROSA.
Respondent Husband
TO MRS EDWARD ROSA
3480 Wellington Street
Norfolk. Va 2361S
NOTICE OF Pl'BLICATION
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 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 petitioner s
attorney. GEORGE T.
RAMAN1. ESQ. Suite 711.
Blscayne Muildlng 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33190. and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the nrcult 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
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida
this 21 day of May 1980
RICHARD P HRINKEK
Circuit Court Clerk
BY N A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
08878 May 30,
^__________June 6. 13, 30, 1980
Iunel3l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SE Ry,(
(NO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
THE ELEVENTH judicV
CIRCUIT OF FLORID^,
AND FOR DADE COUNT
Civil Action No to '177 1
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISS0LUTIC
OF MARRIAGE
in re Die mai .,,. I
"LEONORA ,
and
PEDRO AIA v.
Husband
TO PEDRO AL\ trlADO
ACaJle (
No 4.1W
Ban Salvador
El Salvador
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
FIED that a, ,irUon
Dissolution ol Marriage i
been filed against ,, ^
are required lo -. r-. e coil
your written delen~
to it on AI.HEl; T | -,ui
CARTE I- v
Petitioner w| ..
2491 NW ;th -..... Mli_
Fiorida 3313". and m,
original with the .-n, ^ M
above styled i ourl ti nrbefo
July II IM
default will he entered.nJ
*MI for the reh.f VT.andedl
the eotnpla
This notlc .
llshed
t offisecutlve a ...
JEWISH r
WITNESS
ea I it Ml
Florida on Ul
IBM
RICHARD I
...
By C ii
Albert L Cai \
:4w; N'.s .
' '
ii ii I i
IN THE CIRCUIT COUR'I
THE ELEVENTH juOICH
CIRCUIT IN AND fOB
OADE COUNTY r.ORlBl
Csie No IM*4> >C
FAMILY DIVISION
Inn-'
LILY BRIS
MILTON Bl
Respc
Not:
T1' Mil
Re. Isnci
ARK S
an action
marriage hai
against >o- .-..: -
required to sarvi
v>ur wrttter Isftr.sei
n B H BR
t.,r Petitioner ** ifldiei
Nl 167 SI N \! B Fj
3316;- on July
1980. and flic |UI6I "'J
the dark of f in :un
before -r. "''
immedia'.- i6l
otherwise a del
entered sgair..-
rellef demar led v on
plaint or petition
WITNESS mv Man.1 nd
seal of this Court (I luntl
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As Clsrk o('.''
By Clarinds Bf m
Aa Deputy C.erk
OSBio June \l K ";|
WTICIOf-Ac'tToV
constructive sebvici
(n0pr0pertyi
in the circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit of florida ik
and for oade county
Civil Action NO 90 mi FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DUSOLUTIOR
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage !
EDI'ARDO LOND0N0
petitioner
and
ANA CHAOLENDO
LONDONO
Respondent
TO ANACHAGLENDO
LONDONO
Aptado Aero 33 23
Call. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a petition
Dissolution of your Msrrtap
has been filed and commsnow
In this court and you are
required to serve a copy*,
your written defenses if sny
to It on R A DEL PINO
QUIRE. attorney ''
Petitioner whose sddresi
leOl West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida, and !U "
original with the clerk of w
above styled court on or beror.
July 11. 1980. otherwise
default will be entered agalturt
you for the relief pra\ed fur m
the complaint or petition
This notice shall "
published once esch "* "*
four consecutive *"
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand sna u"
sal of said court at *"'
Florida on this 30 da> ol May
RICHARD P BRINKKH
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Fu-nds
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal'
R A del Plon. Esquire
1401 West Flagler St
Miami. Florida 33139
cSuBi 649 411I
Attorney for Petitioner
08933 June U j
July i '*
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Former Dissident
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Tnist in the USSR for 20 years.
I released from a Soviet labor
Bp on April 27, 1979. along
four nher political
oners, in exchange for two
MCtl Kussian spies held in
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Oinsburg also discussed
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now in exile in Siberia, and
imprisoned AnaloU Sharanskv
and Vladimir Slepak. members of
the Moscow Helsinki Watch
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committed to monitoring the
Soviet Union'i adharancc to the
humanitarian provisions of the
Helsinki Accords
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w.is torn out of prison bv
American public opinion loda)
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activity against the Lithuanian state. In
manj. he was trained by the
Lapo and returned to Lithuania after
the Nazi victory there. Allen said.
AFTER THK war. Cenkus hid out in
American occupied Germany and
ame involved with the International
Organization, which functioned
-.ape mechanism tor some V.
.:roup knew ol the charges
him. i vi him DP status
ped him gel into the United
\ en From
ol the I .S
and he entered
, fied before
* that Cenkus was
FBI and Cl \
Mthough locale were reported in the former
( I icago Daily Vri in the fall of L977
by William Clements and Charles Nico-
demus, and this information was given
to New York daily newspapers by Allen,
the story has never appeared in the
press here.
Allen said he believes the news-
papers have omitted the story because
Cenkus is the grandfather of Vitas
Gerulaitis, third-ranking pro tennis
player in the world.
ALTHOUGH the New York dailies
have claimed that the city resident's
Nazi background and his link with
Gerulaitis are not "a local story.'" Allen,
a foremost expert on Na/.i war criminals
in America, attributes the omission to
selective hypocrisy.'' to protect the
money market of professional tennis.
Gerulaitis, himself, made a virulently
anti-Semitic remark last month, which
was buried on the sports pages of The
\. York Times and Th< Wew York
Post on May 10. In criticizing Jewish
linesman Lee Gould, Gerulaitis said to
reporters: That guy should be
put into a crematorium and burned to
drat h "
He made the remark on Ma) after
lus victor} John Sadri at the West Side
Tennis Club in Forest Hills made him
eligible for the semi-finals of the
$500,000 Tournament of Champions.
Gerulaitis subsequently won the
championship and $100,000.
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OR1 Over 100 women art a
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will be held at the I 'oral Hotel,
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achievements to dati and
workshops w ill be
conducted to plan tor future
projects, according to Dale Flam.
Hilda KatZ and Mildred Feld. CO-
chairpersons
President of the Region. Jean
Rose, will project the per
spectives t the preliminary session Ann
in. immediate past Region
president and overseas delegate
to the World ORT Congress m
Jerusalem, will discuss the
events and resolutions presented
at this meeting. Mrs Speroniwill
also present ORT s annual check
to tM Jewish Vocational Service
for its Revolving Loan Fund
ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training!
now recognized as the worldwide
educal ion and % ocational training
arm of the Jewish people, has
aided more than 2,000,000 young
people in its KM) years of
existence Current ORT
programs are reaching over
100.000 students annually
LatinAmerican Countries Keep PLO
Reoresentatives at Arm's Length
rabbis numbering 1.100
throughout the United States,
( aniidu. South Vmerica and
Israel It is the rabbink
the Conservative movement and
Us members -. r\ e I nited
Svnagogue congri k_-.i! ions
throughout the world
The Southeast Region Rah
binual taaambl) consists
rabbis serving synagogues
throughout the states ol Florida
Alabama. Georgia lYnnee-sei
Louiaiana, South Carolina North
Carolina and Puerto Rico
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'Hutadrut Foundation, was welcomed uf*"> return
a tpecial mission to Israel at a bruncheon r.v./mori.
*mmg a .elect group of Histadrut leadership and other
"if\ leaders, Dr. Stein spoke on the tpirating inflation
"> Israel which now exceeds 100 percent, ami on the
""uing political impasse regarding the West HanK
lotwion. \\lth Dr Stein are (from left) Dr. Leon Kronun,
o*' I HI board chairman; Moe Levin, national nee
and Dr Morton Maiaisky. chiarman of Histadrut
""Hi in Bwuard County.
... i..uu-uru tuuni/.
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V* honor of ,h* 95th birthday
""dor, Sega|, his children.
ch.idren and
"uldren ha
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it," "V"nal Kund activities.
'"* Wue Mox monies.
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kbr .^'-"'""'o'theJNFof
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,bi5Ja\r- 'M- salutes him on

N'KVN YORK Most
Latin American countries
unlike the Western
Kuropeans have kept
Palest i ii' I,iher.it ion
(Irganizat ion represen-
lative.s at .inn's length
because thej tear a
terrorist Trojan horse,"
according to the Ami-
I )< i,ini.it ion League of
M ii.u B'rith.
In a report oi the PLO drive
to gam quasi-diplomatic
footholds in I.aim \merica and
I urop. its chiel targets in a
worldwide propaganda-terror
AIM. revealed that
onl) Cuba, Peru and Mexico
. thus t.ir allowed the PLO to
open official offices
iham II Foxman, \1>1 -
associate director .tm\ head ot its
Int. rs I >i\ ision.
ridings public at the
ion ol the I-eagui a
nati mmission meeting in
-. |'orl lid the majorit)
,. Vmerican na ivi
'in
.'jii
WITH I HI IR
perience with violena
., tant PI-0
osing as
plomats and
it i ves
mi said that in ^ estern
. re there is a much
shorter exp< rience ith
terrorism.' the I'l.t has mad<
ids with varying
,,. of diplomatic
trillion Austria and Spam.
\; i| port said, havi .i
corded the PLO virtual
diplomatic status while 10 other
countries have granted or intend
I,, grant permission tor the
opening ol PLO offices rhe) are
Belgium, Cyprus, Finland,
Ir.uue. West Germany, Ital)
Luxembourg Malta. Portugal
and Sweden
But despite the tact that onl)
three Latin American nations
have permitted the PLO to
establish offices. Koxman said,
the PLO has made other
diplomatic and propaganda
inroads and has established links
with terrorists mainly in
Hrazil. Venezuela. Colombia.
Nicaragua and Panama.
ACCORDING TO the ADL
report. FLO infiltration of l^tin
America, combined with oil
intimidation from the Arab
states for support against Israel,
has produced a noticeable tilt
towards the Arabs since 1973.
Hut what has helped prevent
this tilt from becoming a possibly
more serious shift to the Arabs in
other Latin American countries,
according to Foxman is that
tha) have witnessed '>
experience With rIAJ
representatives in iU midst for
the past 10 years-
The current PLO represen-
uuive in Brazil, Farid Sawan -
who ,s accredited diplomatically
to the \rab League office is
reportedlv promoting the
tram:- >ung Brazilian-- ,
.., revolution against. tneu
country's rulers as well as
waging an anti Zionist and
Semitic propaganda campaign,
the M'l- report said
THE FIRST PLO operative
irrived in Brazil in 1970, the
report went on. established
contacts with the terrorist
Tupamaros ol Uruguay and
Monloneros of Argentina and
offered them PLO-base training
in thf Mideast in exchange tor
collaboration with Palestinian
backed terror groups in Latin
America
foxman said hundreds of
Latin American terrorists are
receiving training at PLO bases
outside the continent He noted
an Argentia newspaper report
issued in November, 1979. that
PLO leader Yasir Arafat had
mapped strategy with leaders of
both right and left wing clan-
destine groups of Latin America
at a meeting in Spain.
According to ADL. U.S. in-
telligence sources report that the
PLO is cooperating with sub-
v ersh e elements m Colombia and
\ enezueJa, as well as in Brazil.
FOXMAN POINTED out that
the Brazilians unlike other
nations ol Latin America which
have varying degrees of oil
supplies or even self-sufficiency
.ire dependent on imports tor
- percent ot their oil supplies.
with halt coming from Iraq
When a high Iraqi official
recently visited Brazil, that
nation marked the occa-ion hv
announcing recognition ol the
Pl.o as the sole legitimate
representative ol the Palestinian
people But Brazil stopped short
ot allowing a full-fledged PLO
office and has thus tar refused to
. ivi Vatat. the report pointed
out.
In neighboring Argentina,
which has itself rebutted PLO
attempts to set up an office, the
newspaper La Prensa warned
Brazil last November to
'recognize that the PLO spinal
column of terror operates on an
international scale as an
instrument of Soviet foreign
polk)
In addition to the fear of
terrorism. Foxman said, other
factor* hav a helped prevent Latin
American capitulation to PLO
and Arab pressure He cited the
Region's traditional geopolitical
attitude toward the Middle East,
which places far less stress on the
area than does Europe: the
region's long standing friendship
and solidarity with Israel, and
the presence of large, thriving
Jewish communities which have
spoken out frequently against
Arab and PLO inroads.
LATIN AMERICAN nations
seem wary of the PLO stirring up
strife between the Jews and
Arabs who now live there har-
moniously. Foxman said
The ADL report pointed out
that Latin American nations,
unlike African states which have
also been the objects of FLO
pressure. have not broken
diplomatic relations with Israel
,n masse Only Guyana and t uba
have done so. he said.
The ADL report presented this
partial summary of the PLO
situation from country to country
in l.atm \merica
\rgentina. Chile and
Uruguay: Have stood last
against the PLO's campaign to
gain permission for either an
office or representative;
Bolivia: Under strong PLO
pressure, including offers of Arab
economic aid, to allow an office.
But Bolivia has refused thus far.
with the press inveighing against
the terrorist threat:
t Brazil: Refuses to allow a
PLO office but does permit a
PLO representative to operate
out of the Arab League office.
which provides diplomatic
status:
(uba: Permitted the
establishment of the PLO's first
and only full-fledged office in
Latin America in 1974. This was
the culmination of an alliance
stretching back to the late 1960s,
in which Cubans have assisted
the PLO on training missions in
North Africa and Iraq and
engaged in joint training with
PLO units m the USSR;
Ecuador: PLO
representative from New York
visited Quito in November. 1979,
and delivered a formal appeal to
the Ecuadorans Congress for
establishment of an office No
decision has h.vn announced
Mexico Permitted the PLO
to open an office in 1976 but has
limited the staff, officially, to one
person, although volunteer
assistants are permitted The
PLO representative, who is not
accorded diplomatic status,
cultivates links with the Mexican
press and leftist pohtu.ll groups,
t Nicaragua following the
Sandinista takeover. the
government has kept the PLO at
hav despite what a Sandinista
spokesman said was a long
standing blood unity butawau us
and the Palestinians." I hi
Sandinistas have thus far not
provided any clear signals on the
direction of foreign policy,
particularlv with regard to future
PLO links.
9 Panama: Has permitted an
unofficial PLO office with Libyan
financing to operate under the
banner of the "Panamanian Arab
League of Solidarity with the
Palestine People and the PLO."
Panama's president. Aristides
Royo. has described Arafat as a
true and peaceful leader:
Venezuela: According to
recent statements by Venezuela's
president, the government may
be inclined to grant the PLO
some kind of representation. A
PLO office is already operating
unofficially at a university in the
city of Valencia, carrying out
propaganda activities among
students and the poor;
The Carribbean: Despite the
presence of some states
ideologically aligned with the
Soviet Union and the Arab bloc
such as Cuba. Jamaica and
Grenada only Cuba in the
entire island areas has welcomed
a PLO presence. Jamaica, for
example, has ignored a plea by a
high ranking PLO delegation, in
September, 1979. for the
esi ablishment of an office there.
eJewxsJhi Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. June 13, :
si CTION B


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Perj# Fabian Heads
Beth Shalom Men
Eisenberg Named Principal at Emanu-El
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth Sholom of Greater Miami
announces the recenl election of
and is a volunteer worker with
the City of Miami Beach
Recreation Department. He is on
the City of Miami Beach Con-
vention tenter Advisory Board.
The following officers will be
serving with Fabian: Vice
Presidents: Phillip. Davis.
Edward Perlow. Herbert SybeD:
Treasurer. Sam Rudt: Recording
Secretary. Leon Linger: and
Corresponding Secretary,
Charles Levine; and a board of 26
members.
Mrs. Seymour (Barbara)
Kisenberg of Miami Beach has
been appointed principal of the
afternoon and religious schools of
Temple Kmanu F.l of Greater
Miami. Her selection was an-
nounced by Carol Greenberg.
president of the congregation,
and by Lawrence M. Schantz.
chairman of the temple's board of
education
Mrs. Eisenberg will operate
under the supervision of Dr.
Amir Baron. director of
education for both Temple
Emanu-EI and the l-ehrman Day
School, and of Dr. Irving
I.ehrman. rabbi of the
congregation who coordinates all
educational activities.
The new principal has lived in
Miami Beach for the past 23
years, moving here from Chicago
where she received her education.
She earned degrees in both
secular and Hebrew studies,
attending the National College of
Education at Northwestern
University, the University of
Illinois and the University of
Wisconsin's College of Jewish
Studies
Mrs
for 1H
Eiaenberg .,. ,
months will
and had seven y,
at (amp Ramah u,
thefirstofanat-.n*
of Jewish camps v.,
name.
ii h the
Ko'ach Hadassah Installs New Officers
A founding member o|
Kenanah Chapter of lladas.
she has been acti*,- in ..\mer
Mizrach. Women. \\on
Amencan ORT and ia a fop
member of the board of
women's division ol the Gr
Miami Jewish Federation t
she was active
women's affairs
m svna
For the past four yea
been
n, ibt
Perry Fabian
its new president Perry M.
Fabian
Fabian is a graduate of the
University of Miami with a BBA
degree. He served in the U.S.
Navy in Korea. China. Japan. He
is an accountant and has been
living in Miami since 1954 and
has served in various capacities
in the temple, as treasurer of
Brotherhood and vice president
of Brotherhood for four years. He
is also a member of the School
Board: Youth Activities Board
and has served as co-chairman of
the Brotherhood's annual Israeli
Hop for the past 11 years. This is I
the program which makes
possible the temple's annual
Confirmation Class Pilgrimage
Fabian is connected with many
civic and other local
organizations He is a member of
the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce and is on the
Governmental Affairs Com-
mittee. He ia a memlier of the
Florida Bar Grievance ("ommitre
The career-oriented Ko'ach
Chapter of the Miami Beach
Region of Hadassah recently held
its annual installation at Jef-
ferson National Bank. 301 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach.
In an installation ceremony
which she personally conceived.
Debbie Wernick. past president
of Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah and presently af-
filiated with the State of Israel
Bonds organization, served as
the installing officer with Maryon
(ilasser. immediate past
president of the Ko ach Chapter,
performing the pinning'' of the
officers being installed.
The entertainment was
provided by Sidney Goodman,
humorist, and Jack Barton and
His One Man Band
The following officers were
installed for the 1980 81 year:
Jackie Hechter. president. Ann
Bakst. fund-raising vice
president: Vivian Douglas,
membership vice president: Carol
Eras, education vice president.
Zina Hirsh. program vice
president: Rita Esratz. mem-
bership financial secretary: Ruth
Fink. recording secretary:
Barbara Malmud. corresponding
secretary: and Estelle Hechter.
Israel Bonds
Chairmen installed were:
Cards and Certificates: Sylvia
Leven; Hadassah Medical
Organization: Ann Bakst.
Building and Development
Crown of (Jiving Anita Rivkin.
American Affairs Betti
Dulberger. Jewish National
Fund. Ruthe Muller. Money
Tree Jean Naurison. Youth
Activities: Fanny Rachman and
Youth Aliyah Selma Rasnick
Summer activities are bsJng
planned, and general meetings oi
the Ko ach Chapter will resume-
in the fall at Jefferson National
Bank. The chapter was organized
primarily for the younger
business woman, and mem-
bership is welcome For further
information. contact Jackie
Hechter. president or Miami
Beach Region of Hadassah
a teacher a) the |#hr
Day School and has taught
many years m Dade Coug
schools
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all grades of the Temple Kma
El religious and
schools and for the Lehman!
School
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Begin to Speak at
Jabotinsky Dinner
Local Students Graduate from Yeshiva
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Ert w mark the 100th
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1800 gueata from
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g the list of Israeli
for the Jabotinsky
are Speaker of the
Yitzhak Berman;
Minister Yiuhak
Chief Kabbi of Israel
Ooren "-.phardic Chief
, of Israel Ovadiah Yosef;
of ihe World Zionist
Hion Leon Dulzin and
Uureau. ol Israel Uri Zvi
Ity l S committee, which is
formation includes Milton
V honorary .hairman. Kryk
tsor general chairman: John
Jr dinn.r .hairman and
Moniecai Hacohen. chair-
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hundred ihstmjruished
nan* of all faiths will be
b> th>' prime minister
botinsky Centennial
for th.ir outstanding
of Israel.
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Seven] Miami students were
tandidates for degrees from
Yeshiva University at its 49th
annual commencement exercises
in New York City, June 12.
Graduates from Miami were
Yaakov Greenstein, who received
a BA degree magna cum laude
from Yeshiva College; Jeffrey M.
Kirschenbaum. who received a
master of social work degree from
Wurzweiler School of Social
Work, and Stephen Gary
Weinberg. who also received a
master of social work degree from
the Wurzweiler School.
Coffee House
Mizrachi Jewish Young Adults
ages 18-351 plan an Israeli Coffee
Mouse on Monday, June 23. at 8
p.m. at Jefferson National Hank
Tavern Room. 301 41st St .
Miami Beach
Graduates from Miami Beach
included: Jay J. Dennis, a BA
degree, Yeshiva College; Karen
Robin Fleischer, BA degree.
Stern College for Women, master
of social work, Wurzweiler
School; Shraga Shaul Gross, MS
degree, Ferkauf Graduate
School; Mindy Sara Heller. BA
degree. Stern College for Women;
Barry Howard Katz. BA degree
summa cum laude. Yeshiva
1 College.
Also. Sanford Kuttler. master
of social work. Wurzweiler
School; Edward Alan Levin. BA
degree. Yeshiva College,
associate in arts, James Striar
School of Jewish Studies; Dale
Adrienne Levin, master of social
work. Wurzweiler School; Barry
Jay Tokayer. BA degree. Yeshiva
College, associate in arts. James
Striar School.
Recognition Day
For Campaigners
Thl GnMtar Miami .Jewish (-.-deration will sponsor a
Campaigners Recognition Da) on Monday. June 16, at the
Dor a I Country Club.
Members ol Federation's "5 & 10" Club (campaign
workeri who obtained at least five contributions to the i9Mi
Combined Jewish \ppeal Israel Emergency Fund campaign>
are invited, along with all Hi-Rise Division chairmen, to be
Federation's guests tor an afternoon of golf and tennis tourna
ments. swimming, use of the country club's facilities, cocktails
and dinner
The event, chaired b> Kenneth ,1 Schwartz, chairman of
GMJF worker recruitment and retention, and Samuel 1 Adler,
GMJF general campaign chairman, will begin at 1 30 p.m.
with golf and tennis followed bj .i cocktail reception at 6 p.m.
and dinnt i ition at 7 p m.
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Announces
A trio of personalities ir
Jewish life will compose th
faculty of the Institute of
Judaism, sponsored by District
Five of B'nai B rith, to be held at
the Wildacres Retreat, in Little
Switzerland. N.C.. from Thurs-
day. Aug. 21 through Sunday
afternoon. Aug. 24.
Although sponsored by B nai
B nth. the Institute will be open
to the general Jewish public in
the six states: Florida. Georgia
South Carolina. North Carolina.
Maryland and Virginia and the
District of Columbia, which make
up the district
The faculty includes Dr. Dov
Peretz KIkins. who combines his
training as a rabbi with advanced
studies in counseling and
humanistic education: Dr.
Mervin Verbit. associate
professor of sociology at
Brooklyn College and currently
visiting professor at Tel Aviv
University; and Dr. Jonathan
YVoocher, assistant professor in
the Hornstein Program in Jewish
Communal Service at Brandeis
University, where he teaches
courses in Jewish community,
identity. and contemporary
Jewish life.
Dr Klkins was ordained as a
rabbi by the Jewish Thelogical
Seminary and received his
doctorate in counseling and
humanistic education at the
Colgate. Rochester (NY.)
Divinity School.
Dr. Verbit has a Ph.D. degree
from Columbia University Dr.
Woocher has a Ph.D. in religious
studies, with a concentration on
the history of Judaism, from
Temple University and also
attended the Reconstructionist
Rabbinical College
F.ach member of the faculty
will deliver three lectures,
followed by discussion, on the
over-all theme: "Strengthening
Jewish Identity: A challenge for
the Ws." The limitation of 90
Director Named
At Temple Judea
At services on Friday. June 13.
l,ee Jubelirer. will be consecrated
as the new executive director of
Temple Judea.
Mrs. Jubelirer served as
executive director of a
congregation in Philadelphia,
prior to her arrival in Coral
Gables
A reception following services
will be held in honor of this oc-
casion, given by the Sisterhood of
Temple Judea.
Situation wanted
I Cantor young, experienced!
peautiful tenor voice, forl
snaobas and Holiday services I
Please can (215) 745-3547 orl
(215) 745-8013 or write!
Richard Swerdiik 17251
Megargee St., Philadelphia!
Pa 19152 to arrange for|
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persons for the Institute assures
the opportunity for all attending
to participate in discussion.
The setting of Wikiacres. a
mountain top retreat of 1.400
acres in the heart of the Blue
Ridge Mountains, is conducive to
the type of cultural experience
which has been characteristic of
the Institutes of Judaism at
Wildacres since the inception of
the project in 1948.
l)r Mervin Vtrbil
Religious services will be
conducted daily Opportunities
for informal recreation will be
provided during the afternoon,
with lectures and discussion
scheduled for mornings and
evenings
The Wildacres Retreat was
established in 1946 by the late
Mr and Mrs ID Blumenthal.
dedicated to the betterment of
human relations and inter-faith
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Dr Jonathan Woocktr
amity The facilities are operated
on a non-profit basis.
Further information and
applications for enrollment in the
Institute may be secured from
Dr. A J. Kravtin. chairman of the
Institute, who may be contacted
at 1715 Preston Drive. C'olum
bus. i.a 31906 Dr. Kravtin is
co-chairman of the Adult Jewish
Fducation Committee of District
Five of B'nai B nth
Volunteers Needed
At Hebrew Home,
Mrs. Dorothy Singer, din
of volunteer services a ?
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the.Aged, has usued tn *
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and evenings, is great Uh,|.,L
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needed for many
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female
In addition feeding the
infirm, volunta in? needed to
escort the ret iiside. act
sa friendly visitors t> the aged.
read to them and help with letter
writing and socu ictivittei
Volunteer* an nt for
other activities which bnng
entertainment to the rettdenu
and help them fill their day* in
rewarding program- embracing
various workshop- and cultural
pursuits
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Rabbi Abramowitz Named
Israel Bonds Chairman
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Rabin
Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of Temple
\|,n<>riih ol Miami Beach, has
Seen named national chairman of
the Conservative Rabbinic
l/ibinet of the Israel Bonds
Organization. The announcement
as made l>> Rabbi Leon Kronish
of Temple Beth Sholom. a
national Campaign Chairman of
the Israel Bonds Organization.
Rabbi Abramowitz will head
mort. than 1.400 American.
Canadian and I*atin American
Cooaervativfl rabbis in the Israel
Bonds Program, as they continue
to itrivc for the building of
Israel'i economy through the
purchase of Bonds, in this
countr\ and world-wide
Rabbi Abramowitz is lm-
. part president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical
tsaocialKMl and is special events
chairman tor the local Israel
Bond-1 p.ngn.
I-ong active in Jewish com
munal affairs, the rabbi has been
serving Temple Menorah since
1951. He was also vice chairman
of the Southeast Region of the
Israel Bonds Organization and
has been deeply involved in
campaigns for the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Kmergency
Fund In addition. Rabbi
Abramowitz has been a leader of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Various Jewish and civic
organization have been advanced
by the dedication and work of
Rabbi Abramowitz. including the
Jewish National Fund. Tel Aviv
University. World Council of
Synagogue-.. Jewish Theological
Seminary of America. Technion
and Haifa Univeraitioa. among
others.
The rabbi began his career as
an emigration Officer for the Joint
Distribution Committee in Italy
after World War II
Naomi Brandeis Honored
H Brandeis will be
a kiddush lung harm,
Shabbal morning
Saturday, June 14.
dedicated ser\ ice
11 mple I- inanu El's
.....I I irpart ment
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licenced
member of the
Association for the
N i uiig Childrei
the "south Florida
if I 'hildren I Indar

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lewiah Council of
Ihood Educatora Mrs
- a memU'r of the
national, and Florida
Associations dt Children Under
s.\
Mrs Hrandeis is an active
member ol American Jewish
t \ili"i: /< .
Hospital lor the Aged at Douglas
(Sardem
Reservations for the luncheon
may be made by calling the
temple office
Men's Club Honors 'Father of Year'
The Men's Club of Temple
rmanuKI will honor its 19H0
rather of the Year" Monday.
June 23, at an 8:30 p.m. dessert
wpper in the Pearlman mural
room of the congregation.
Kd Werner is president of the
Men's Club and chairman of the
evening
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smoked salmon and olives, or speared on a tooth-
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n'gh protein snack for children. On the other hand.
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Bond Leaders Meet with Ambassador
Israel i Ambassador to
I-ranee. Mail Hosenne. will meet
With leaders of the Israel Bonds
Organization this weekend to
discuss the latest developments
in Middle Eastern diplomacy, as
well as a report on the condition
of the French .Jewish community.
According to Gary R. Gerson.
general Campaign chairman of
the Israel Bonds Organization.
Abassador Kosenne is scheduled
to meet with South Florida
rabbis as well as leaders of the
Bonds organization in Dade and
Bmward counties
Ambassador Kosenne is one
of Israel's foremost authorities
"n the Middle Fast and has
played a key role in all peace
negotiations since the Yom
Kippur War He has served in the
Ambassador Hosenne
Israel Government for 25 years
and is considered one of his
country's leading politicians.''
(ierson declared
Dr. Kosenne is a former legal
advisor to the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and was a
member of the negotiating team
that visited Cairo in 1977. He has
participated in all negotiations
with President Carter and former
Secretary of State Vance. For
many years, he represented Israel
at the Human Rights Com-
mission of the United Nations
and is currently a law lecturer at
the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
Dr. Kosenne was born in
Rumania and participated in
Israels War of Independence He
studied at the Sorbonne in Paris.

Cantors Group Elects Murray Yavneh
i antor Murray Yavneh has been installed .i~
deni nt the Cantors Vssociation ol Greater
ni. the local organization of cantors from
Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties
toi Yavneh has served as cantor of the
Niorth Uaj Village Jewish Center tor the past
eighi years and has been active m various
-li and communal causes since his move to
South Klorida from his native New York City.
I In Cantors Association is considering plans
tin a vast!) increased program of activities
which would include a series of concerts and a
two day convention to be held next May at a
Miami area hotel
A Cantors Ensemble is being assembled under
the direction of Cantor David Conviser of
Temple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach, and an
increased participation in community events and
programs will undertaken during tine
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Seated lleft to right), Cantor Zvi Adler.
executive \ ice president Cantor Da\ id Com iaer
music vice president. Cantor Murray Yavneh.
president; Cantor Irving Shulkes, finance vice
president. Cantor Abraham Seif. membership
\ ice president
Standing lleft to right I. Cantor Hyman Lif-
shin, corresponding secretary; Cantor Nathan
Parnass, recording secretary; Cantor Hyman
Fein. communications; Cantor Naftaly
Linkovsky, Broward liaison; Cantor Jacob
Dan/iger. liaison; Jack Baras. association ac-
companist. Cantor Zvee Aroni. ethics; Cantor
Benjamin Epstein, placement and concert;
Cantor Samuel Silverman, treasurer; Cantor
Jacob Tambor. public relations.
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Braille Baseball Schedules Available
Braille copies of the 1980
baseball schedules for the
National and the American
Leagues are now available for
blind sports fans. Braille readers
may obtain free copies of the
schedules from Florida Regional
Library for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped
In cooperation with the leagues
and as a public service, the
National Library Sen ice for the
Blind and Physically Han-
dicapped of the Library of
Congress produces and
distributes braille schedules
through a nationwide network of
cooperating libraries.
Throughout the year, football
basketball, hockey, and soccer
schedules in braille are also
available
Sports schedules, books, and
magazines are part of a larger
collection of fiction and non-
fiction books and magazines
available on disc, on cassette, and
in braille. The equipment needed
to listen to recorded books and
magazines is loaned free to
CAJE Offers Four Courses
The Central Agency for Jewish
Kducation. through its Institute
for Jewish Studies Jewish
Teachers Institute, will be of-
fering four courses for teacher
certification and professional
growth.
On Monday and Wednesday
fwnings the courses will be:
The Modern Hebrew Short
Story." taught by Prof. Yehuda
Shamir, visiting professor of
Hebrew Literature at the
University of Miami; and
Methodology of Teaching in the
American Jewish Classroom.'
taught by Rabbi Avrohom Feuer.
Rosh Mesitva
On Tuesday and Thursday
mornings, the courses will be:
American Jewish History and
the American Jewish Com-
munity." taught by Mrs Vivian
Brownstein. instructor for Miami
Dade Community College and
CAJF; and "Themes in the
Bible." taught by Rabbi David
Lehrfield. spiritual leader of
Knesset Israel Congregation and
instructor for Florida Inter-
national University
The courses will begin on
Wednesday and Thursday. June
18 and 19. and will continue for
six weeks.
ARMDI District Office Opened
The Southeast District Office
of the American Red Magen
David for Israel in North Miami
Beach was officially opened at a
recent ceremony-
Rabbi Rubin Dobin. a Miami
community leader and the in-
ternational president of "Project
Recognition" working to gain
international acceptance for
Magen David Adorn of-
ficiated
ARMDI State President David
Coleman, spoke about the
challenges and services facing
ARMDI in the 1980s.
ARMDI currently has 17
chapters and chapters-in for-
mation. ARMDI is the sole
support in the United States for
the Magen David Adorn, the
humanitarian emergency medical
service of Israel. It maintains
Israel's only public ambulance
service, collects and distributes
nearly all of Israel's blood
requirements, offers close to 200
emergency clinics and un-
derground shelters for emergency
service, provides disaster ser-
vices and offers Israel s only-
nationwide first aid training
courses in paramedic training
The new district office is
located at 16499 NE 19th Ave .
North Miami Beach, and serves
the entire southeast United
States For further information,
call Bob Schwartz, district
director
Emanu-El Students on Tour
Ninth graders graduating from '
the I-ehrman Day School of
Temple F.manu-Fl celebrated
graduation with a trip to Disney
World. Circus World and River
Country, from Sunday. June 8.
through Tuesday. June 10,
announced Cerol Greenberg,
president of Temple hmanu Kl
Students taking the trip in-
cluded: Tania Bard, Robin Burn.
Oscar DiVeroli. Marcie Goldberg-
Da wson. Andrew Lader. Shira
Lieberman and Adam Mishcon
The group was under the
supervision of Bennett Bramson
and Maxine Baumrind. Temple
Kmanu-Fl youth directors.
The students returned to
school for graduation exercises,
Wednesday. June 11. in Temple
F.manu-F.ls Friedland Ballroom.
Community Corner
Airman I.C. Casey Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen
of Miami, is a member of the 91st Strategic Missile Wing.
Minot (N.D.I Air Force Base, winner of the Omaha Trophy.
The Omaha Trophy, first awarded by the citizens of Omaha
nine years ago to the Strategic Air Command (SAC), is now an
annual award presented to the best wing in SAC.
\irman Robert Drexler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Drexler
of Miami, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force aircraft
maintenance specialist course at Chanute Air Force Base,
Ronioul. 111. Airman Drexler will now serve at RAF Upper
Hey ford, England.
Grant Canter Hoapkal has been awarded a five-year ac-
creditation by the Florida Council of Independent Schools
(FCISI. according to Dr. Joai Grant Green, director of Grant
Center. The Center is a 100-bed private hospital devoted ex-
clusively to the psychiatric care and treatment of emotionally
disturbed children.
"Public Relations and Marketing: Strange Bedfellows" is the
topic of a presentation by Dr. Edward Fox, distinguished
professor of marketing, the University of Miami, at the next
meeting of the Public Relations Society of America. The
luncheon meeting is scheduled for the Sheraton Riverhouee on
Thursday, June 19, at noon.
JadJth A. SbaievHx of Miami, a student at the Intertochen
Arts Academy, has been named a Presidential Scholar for 1980.
The scholars are 141 graduating high school seniors, chosen on
the basis of academic achievement, leadership, community
nvolvement and demonstrated excellence in the areas of visual
and performing arts or creative writing. They will visit
Washington from June 29 to July 2 as guests of the White
House and the Department of Education.
anyone who has problems
reading because of a visual or
physical limitation, temporary or
permanent
Contact Florida Regional
Library for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped. 420
Platt St.. Daytona Beach.
Florida 32014, for more in-
formation or write to the
National Library Service for the
Blind and Physically Han
dicapped. Library of Congress.
Washington, l> C -'0542.
Linda Minkcs. neuly installed
president of the Miami
Region of Hadassah, is in
Seu York this week at-
tending a conference of new
region and big chapter
presidents at Hadassah
House. The purpose of this
conference is to acquaint the
presidents with S'ational
Hadassah personnnel and
operations
Local Labor Leader
Visits Israel
National labor leaders, attor-
neys and business civic leaders
are in Israel this week where they
have been invited by the Israeli
government and State of Israel
Bonds to study the nation's
labor, industrial and political
scenes
Included are Gerald Green-
field, president 01 the United
Food and Commercial Workers.
International Union. Ixical 657,
Miami.
During the 10-day visit, the
group will receive briefings by-
Israeli government officials, will
meet trade union officials, in-
dustrial leaders and will visit
historic and Biblical sites.
The delegation was assembled
by State of Israel Bonds, the
international organization which
promotes the sale of Bonds.
Bond Leaders to
Meet in Mexico
The 1980 International
Leadership Conference of the
Israel Bonds Organization will
take place in Mexico City, Sept. 3
- 6.
Leaders of the Israel Bonds
organization from Canada, the
United States and Latin America
will attend this annual gathering
to discuss development in
Israel's Negev area and the
general state of Israel's economy.
According to Gary R. Gerson.
Israel Bonds general Campaign
chairman, the Mexico City
conference is expected to be the
largest ever and will play a major
role in building Israel's economy
through Israel Bonds. -
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of Israel Bonds, urged all
those in Miami eligible to attend
to contact him as soon as
possible.
BUto Announces
Miami attorney Al Entin
announced his candidacy
Monday for ths 13th
Congressional District seat now
held by William Lehman. Entin.
35, is a Republican.
Mr and Mrs Julius Hernstem
Julius, Ethel Bernstein
Observe 50th Anniveiwrij
Mr and Mrs Julius (Fthell Bernstein of Surfside will i
their '><>th wedding anniversary during Sabbath servicea il Beth
Torah Congregation on June 14. when Rabbi Max UpschiU will call
upon them for a special honor.
Julius Bernstein, retired New York jeweler, has been im
Zionist organizations since the early 1920s.
F.thel Bernstein, a former Hadassah president in New York City,
has been a leader in Combined Jewish Appeal. Israel Bonds Sal
Council of Jewish Women and other community organization*
Followmg services, the entire congregation is invited
Kiddush hosted by their children. Philip and Elaine Bl and
grandchildren. Anne and David Bloom
Philip Bloom, a partner in the law firm of Pinky, K in hie
Wagner. Heine and Underberg. will be celebrating his 50th hirth.iav
on June 14 Flame Bloom is a former member of the Florida H
Representatives and is now heard on WKAT Radio
Romer Heads B'nai B'rith Group
Carole Romer was elected
chairman of the new steering
committee following the recent
conference of the B'nai B'rith
Woman South Coastal Region
Others elected were Kenee
Braun. vice chairman. and
Marsha Wahrman. secretary
The event was held al
Konover Hotel in Miami
Awards were presented
recognition of superior service,
and for programs and -;
project! of Importance to the
community state and n

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rage in
Doroll (.oldman will be
president of the
ipter of Pioneer Women
ll installation meeting
June IN. at noon, in
the iitorium of the
Washir.*'!'. Savings and Ian
633 NK 167th St..
Sonh Miami Meach.
Mrs > ioldman. a charter
Btabfif has served in many
'he chapter and is past
T-idenl of the South
inuncil of Pioneer
Women She has also served on
^k.-- il lx>ard of Pioneer
A Mrs (ioldman has a
legrei i ncial work.
Mr> iirwn. national vice
1 the American Zionist
a ill be the installing
Sen *uh Mrs. (ioldman
r W einstein. Dora
Cohen ind ^\l\ia H. Cohen as
M* presidents. Syhia
*--. corresponding
acraUr) lean Stessel. record
irj Sylvia Spe-chler.
md Idae Ruth Wolf,
finaniur mm retary
Krasnar will Ih' the
fat urn: ilist at the meeting
hich free and open to the
public
Two other North Dade
chapters oi Pioneer Women have
lectad officers for the ;
hmoh The officers of these
groups were recent!) installed at
a luncheon of the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women held
at the Kono\er Hotel
Ethel Greenberg area re elected
president of the Ssbra Chapter,
the business and professioaJ
women s group ol Pioneer
Women Serving with Mrs
(Ireenherg are Sylvia liergman.
vice president. Roselle Mrown.
treasurer and financial secretary,
Marilyn Tanney corresponding
secretary and Florence Shander.
recording sec ret a r\
Jean Cohen was elected
president of the liana chapter,
with founding presideni Lillian
Hoffman serving .is honorary
president Other officers selected
are Frances Johnson, mem-
bership vice president. Mildred
Suverman and Rose Olshai
vice president with the portfolio
of fundraising. Lillian Hoffman,
program and education vice
president. Sylvia Kates.
treasurer; Ida Engelberg,
corresponding secretarj and
Adeline Medineta recording
mi retar\
Jewish Roots Trip Is Introduced
rediscovering
\ new ,\ packaged tour to
I urope. called "A
TrwMin. oi Jewish Roots." now
nukes possible to return to the
ime ot \ btaars, announced Ray Kit
tamer \ ice president of sales of
UMrican I ravel Abroad in New
rorkCH)
This unique, two-week land
*d air pilgrimage visits the
*i3h communities of Hungary.
Ccho Slovakia and Poland
]" will be five departures:
Je .'9. July 13. 27 and Aug. 10
sad24
he dream of knowing and
understanding your heritage, of
discovering or
when- it all began has been a
point of concern and interest to
everyone recently, Kitchener
noted
American Travel -\ broad has
created this special tour and has
engaged Michael Schudnch. a
rabbinical scholar, to provide
experience and knowledge as well
as a personal much to the places
visited, the sights seen and the
remembrances that emerge
For more information, full
itineraries and brochures, see
your travel agent or write to
American Travel Abroad. 250
West 57th St.. New York City,
10019.
Emanu-El Students on Tour
son ot Mrs Martha Mishcon.
Betsy Ellen Stemberg. daughter
of Mrs Rhoda Stemberg. Jenifer
Jill Taphn. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Martin Taphn. and Jeffrey
Marc Winkier, son of Mr. and
Mrs Lawrence Winkler.
Father's Day
W Miami Beach student*
jw be fining the Temple
f0* El Youth on a tour of
*el and (ireace from July 1
Ulroun July 31. under the
"JPerviBion of Dr Amir Baron.
wcanonal .director of Temple
^nuKI.; and Bennett
*">*on. temple youth director
'he tour ia open to the com-
.jwwy Students taking the trip Auxuiry of Miami
J Michaei Evan Brern.n. son j^97Home & f&p.tal for the
" rs Dons Bragman Jill ^ hnU an snnual
fnne Hrooks. daughter of Mr Aea
* Mrs Philip Brooks: William
^wl*r of Brookline. Mass..
"ndson of Mr. and Mrs. Danny
S": Michael Kaadan. eon of
?' nd Mrs. William Kaadan;
Ad*m Lloyd Malek. eon of Mr.
S^Hra. Joseph Malek; Stanley
7** son of Dr. and Mrs
^ron Medow. Adam Mishcon.
Sun-
will hold an
Fathers Day celebration
day. June 15 Mrs. George Israel,
chairwoman of the event, has
plsnned s program including
distribution of gifts.
President Mrs. Esther
Schneiderman will welcome
residents and their guests at 1.30
p.m at Douglas Gardens
Tree of Life 'Baile' Planned June 21
. installation of the Am a Chaptei I /
u" '. held Wednesday, Jam 18, at noon, in
the Washington Savings and I.nan Asso< -
th St North Miami Beach, art from U .-Jit
ird member; I)i>mth\ Goldman, m
ter, Qisela Gutter, vice president
incil f Pioneer Women and Esther It insU ii
lent who is also financial secretary ., S
: mcil of Pionter Women
Pioneer Women Groups
Install New Officers
The Latin Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Horn., and
for the Vg d has slated
Baile or dinner-
Saturday evening,
ami mi was
b> Dorits Feldenkreis,
man ol the \ ening and vice
presideni ixiliary
The event, whose theme us the
H ill be held in the
Florida Ballroom ol the Omni
llmel beginning with cocktails at
p m
Ihl- new BUXilisn Ol the Home
w.is organized this year in
rw ognition >'l the need tor service
irgeelderlj Latin American
population in Dade County. The
ership, headed by Solomon
, a \ ice president of the
is developing ways to
expand culturally sensitive
Donta Feldenkreis
services in both the Home's long
term can- facility and in outreach
programs
Other memliers ol the Baile''
tOmmittee are Flora (isin. Mirra
I'.ipir. Zaida Siherman and
Becky Terner.
All members and prospective
members of the Latin Auxiliary
are united tO the dinner-dance
The Tree Of Life theme will be
raptured by a dec it ol large
tropical trees and hanging vines,
complete with a three dimen-
sional lucite tree sculpture.
Guests will dance to the music of
one ot the finest Latin bands. I.a
Tipics Tropical
For reservations and further
information, call the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the \ged.
Sol Lillian Brown Are Wed 50 Years
Fifty sears ot marriage tor Sol and Lillian
Brown will he celebrated with family and friends
at the I )eau\ ille Hotel on June 28
Attendants and guests at the original wedding
in 1WI in Cleveland. Ohio, will attend.
International friends from the Philippines.
India and Japan will be arriving in time to
participate
Mr Brown is retired from the State Depart-
ment and is currently involved in senior citizen
and NARPE legislation. Mrs Brown is a former
Dade County teacher
Mr and Mrs Merle Brown and Mr and Mrs.
Ronald Stone are entertaining on June 29 in
honor of their parents
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Munvis are entertaining
on June 2ti in honor of her sister.
Entertainment will be furnished by nieces and
nephews. Louise. Milt. Jack and Alan Ross.
Sam and Lit Schwartz to 'Remarry' on Anniversary
Sam and l.il Schwartz of Miami Beach are
adding .1 special touch to their 50th wedding
anniversary dinner party June 15 at Top Draw.
The) II be remarried at the restaurant, prior to
dinner, by their only child. Judge Alan Sch-
wartz.
Donna Kidelstein and Dava Lipsky are party
coordinators Donna says there'll be about 100
guests w ith manv coming from out of town.
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Two Ambulances to be Dedicated
Two ambulances bound for the
Magen David Adorn's emergency
medical services in Israel will be
dedicated at separate ceremonies
on Sunday. June 22 David
Coleman. Florida state president
ot the \KMD1. and Howard G
Kaufman. president ol the
Greater Miami Chapter, made
I he announcement
On Sunda) at 11 a.m. at the
Seao as) lower-- K.ast on Miami
Beach an ambulance contributed
to the people ol Israel b> Joseph
Margolise will be dedicated in
memory of his late mother. Tern a
Kasha Margolise
At 2 p.m at Congregation
(>he\ Shalom, a second fully
equipped ambulance will be
presented to the people of Israel
by Harry Yellin and dedicated in
the memory ol his late wife Sarah
Yellin and their late son Kenneth
Yellin. The dedication will be
iated b) Rabbi Pincua
Webbeman. the apiritual leader
ol < >he\ Shalom
Beth Moshe Women Elect Officers
Judge Milton I. Starkman. a County Court judge and an adjunct professor of constitutional
law at Florida International University, installed Hannah W'inawer. president, and officers of
the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the Aged, for the year 19S0-19SI
The auxiliary consists of over 600 members. From left to right, seated. Jean Hirsch. Syh /,;
Keller. Hannah Winauer. Sarah Levin, Jean Zapolsky and Dorothy Singer. Top row. left to
right. Flora Sinick. Ann Fine. Gus Menu. Marcelie Povlin. Frances Maier. Rose Singer and
Doris Wechsler.
Bar Mitzvah
EVAN C.REENBERG
On Saturday morning. June
14. at 8 4ft a.m.. in the main
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamid.
Evan Scot! Greenbers, son of
Mr and Mrs Arthur (ireenherg
of Miami Beach, will be liar
Mitzvah
Evan is student at Ner
Tamid Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High School He
is sports enthuaiast
\ kidduah will follow the
services \ reception in Evan's
h at the temple
JWVAuxilUary
Presents Awards
At the recent convention of the
Department of Honda. Ladiea
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of thel'nited states Department
President Mae Schreiber
presented a plaque in ap-
preciation to Barbara Weiss,
representing the Chase Federal
Savings Bank.
Lillian Schoen. scholarship
chairman. announced that
Kathleen Duryer. a graduate
student at Jackson Memorial
Hospital School of Nursing, was
recipient of the Rose Chanin
Memorial Scholarship in Mental
Rehabilitation
Essay contest winners were
Thomas Oatley. Lore Kainsen
and Michelle Portman
Knights of Pythias
The Ladies Auxiliary of
George Gershwin Lodge 196.
Knights of Pythias, will meet
Monday. June 16. at 8 p.m. at
Surfside Community Center.
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Moshe, who are now known u
"The Temple Women," elected
the following slate of officers .it
the election meeting on Tuesday.
June 3
Co-presidents, Sheila
rischenkd and Ituth Strehan;
Vice presidents, Gail Eiseman,
Pearl Levan, Vivian Lelchukand
Eileen Hand Treasurer I 11 .i
Thayer Secret ariea Financial.
Dorothy Kaplan. Recording,
Susan Meyereon and Correa
ponding. Riva W'einthal.
Beth Tov Sisterhood Meeting
Temple Beth Tov Sisterhood
will have a general meeting in
honor of its new president. Ruth
Herman. Tuesday June 24, at
8:15 p.m
The first Friday in July, the
temple will start regular Friday
night services. Minyins are held
every morning Women are in-
vited to attend the afternoon
Minyin if they wish.
Temple Ner Tamid Confirmation
The 22nd annual confirmation Bonnie Zane. Mark Hearon
at Temple Ner Tamid was held Jeffrey Marks. Larry Goodman
recently and Brett Dunne.
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti
delivered the charge at the
service to the confirmands as
part of the ceremony.
The confirmands are Dawn
Roth. Terri Applebaum. Lois
Abrama. Janet Slosbergas.
Beth Am to Honor Rabbi Chefitz
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz. who
will be leaving Temple Beth Am
after serving for five years, will
be honored at the Friday evening
service June 13 at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Chefitz came to Beth
Am immediately after ordination
and his worked with the adult
education and Havurah program.
Dr. William Silver announces
that Rabbi Morton Hoffman will
be joining the Staff of Beth Am
on Aug. 1.
Friday. June 13. 1980
Horrowitz JWV Installation at
Auxiliary Meets Temple Or Olom
The Abe Horrowitz Ladies
Auxiliary No. 682 of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States will bold its monthly
meeting on June 26. at 8 p.m. in
the Post Home Building. 159th
Street and 19th Place. North
Miami Beach
A leadership meeting will be
held on Monday. June 16. at 8
p.m. in the regular meeting room.
On Friday. June 13, Rabbi
Samuel Rudy will install new
officers at Temple Or Olom
Services are at 8:15 p.m.
New officers are: Jack Lubin.
president of temple; Mrs. Beth
Schulberg. Sisterhood president;
Len Steinberg, Men's Club
president.
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are located at 3050 Biscayne
Boulevard. The 24-hour
telephone number is 579-
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emergency needs can call
after the office hours of 9
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Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Korah
KORAH Korah. with Dathan and Aviram. and 250 other
Israelites, revolted against Moses and Aaron.
"We are all holy!" they cried. "Why do you make your-
selves greater than the rest of us?"
Moses replied: "You are I>evites and do God's holy work
in the Tabernacle. Do you wish to be priests, too?"
Moses ordered Korah. Dathan. Aviram. and their followers
to bring offerings to God together with Aaron on the following
day. As they stood there, ceremonial fire-pans in hand. Moses
said to the people: "If these men die an unnatural death, then
you shall know that they have offended the I>ord."
As Moses finished speaking, the ground split and swal-
lowed up Korah. his followers, and their households They
vanished from the community
But the people still murmured Then God told Moses to
take a rod from the leader of each tribe, and write the name of
each on his rod. and Aaron's name on the rod of Levi Moses
placed these in the Tent of Meeting By the next day. the rod
of Aaron had blossomed and produced almonds
And Aaron's rod was kept in front of the Ark as a sign for
rebellioua men. (Numb*rt 16 l is 32)
The recount,nq el the Weekly Portion o the Law is *>traded and tat** I
upon The Graphic History ol the Jewish Merita**.' edited by P vvoliman
Tsam.r^ *>'vblislMMl by Shenold The volume is available at M Maiden
Joseph Schlang is president ol the society

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distributing the volume )
Aventura Board Members Elected
\\ en l ;ir.i Jew iah Center
recently held an election ol the
board "t direi tote tor tin- yeei
Kl
In addition t" ihooi tin ad)
serving on the board the
following wen- elected Richard
Vuerbach. Milton Gordon Davi
Kamer. Judd Merl Harry Poiu
Julea freea Arthur Hiitnnov.it/
S : Sh> ko Mack Tockerman and
Simon X Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Fitedmin
Cantor Ian AJpem
Friday Night Services 6:15 p.m.
Oneg Shabbet wtt follow services
Saturday morning service at 8:30
Candlelighting
Tims
7.56
29Sivan5740
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Or. Max A. Ltpschitz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
Saturday morning. Bar Mitzvah of
Mat* Kluger
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative
53*2503
TEMPLE BETH AM Or. Herbert
5B60 N. Kendall Or. Baumgard
S. Miami 667 5567 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefitz. Associate Rabbi
Friday Service at 8.30 p.m.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard
veill present
"A Tribute to Rabbi Chefttz"
Torah Service Saturday at
*15 and 11:15a.m.
BETH DAVI0 Miami's Hlatortc
Coweervethre Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hanan Wm m Upeon
CORAL WAY 2825 SW 3rd Are
Phone: 654 3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning t am
a. Bade Cawniua /aooiw 120th st
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvi Adier. Cantor
Saturday morning service 9 am
Sermon 10 30
Registration now In progress all
department* Religious School
end Lehrman Dey School Grade*
1-9. Membership inooirses Invited
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd Reform
Coral OeMae 867 5*57
Michael B. Eieanstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Qabtee
and the Southwest area
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional
1101SW12Av* 858-6334
Rabbi Man Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Roae Berlin Executive Secretary
Dally Minyon tor Yahrzeiten
Dally 7:45 a.m. A 5 30 p.m.
Late Frl Eve. Service 8 1S p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41 at St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538-7231
Cantor David Convleer Liberal
Sabbath Services. Frl.. 8:15 p.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Executive Vice President
TEMPLE MIENORAM
620 75th St.. Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowttz
Friday eervtcee at 6:1 5 p.m.
Saturday aervicea at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 16601 NE 22 Ave.
North Dade'a Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Klngaley. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Aaaociate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes. Cantor
Barbara S. Ramaay, Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services -8:15 p.m.
(7:30 p.m on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a.m.
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
11* E Flag** Si Miami Fn 33131 3n>S63
nabtM Leant I Bogage Director. UMon of
American wwu Congregation
TEMPLE ZJON Conservative
8000 Miller Drfve 271-2311
Dr. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
Visitors and guests are welcome.
Mlnyan services. Mondays and
Thursdays at 7 a.m. Commencing
Friday. June 13, Summer service
schedule will be in Tettler Chapel
Late Sabbath evening service* at
8 15 p.m. Sabbath morning ear-
vices at 9 a.m.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
1110 Nt t3fd SI N Miami Beach. Fia J3IS2
4'094 RaM David B Salt/man. eaecutrva
director
P
Religious Information
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 5764000
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[blic Notices
thECICUIT COURTOF
lELEVENTH JUDICIAL
PiRCUlT IN AND FOR
IDE COUNTY FLORIDA
",No 80 13SOFC
famil' division
ImOTICE of action
no propebtv
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IED that
ii n i noN
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a iopy of
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to 0 M
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-aljedo Street
ral Gables.
tg r before July
he original
it lhi court
.Mir ON plain
mmc.liately
jrr prwlM A default
igatnat you for
in.ted in the
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rl 'i Junr in
rjCHAI I BRINKER
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I .| lerk
June 13. 20 27.
July 4. loan
! notice of action
Instructive service
iNO PROPERTY!
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
! ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ICUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
NO FOR OAOE COUNTY
l}..I Ac'.on NO 00 '101 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
riONFOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I nage <>t
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II a. tlt*l fur
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June*. 13 ioao
3TICE OF ACTION
INSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOPROPERTVI
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF
^ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
JCUITOP FLORIDA. IN
10 FOR DADE COUNTY
f''l Action No MSftSI
1 FAMILY DIV
[ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
f-N V l> -iiMHK
IB \ Mi n i >MMK
Bmdani
AROSA Mix IIMHK
"n.1 DaUvari
I Haiti
*I MKKKBY NOTI
''' an action tor
' Marriage ha*
11 against you and you
iwred to serve a copy of
'"''"defenses. Ifany. to
W NNETT I) FULTZ,
attorney for Petitioner
address n 010 SW 12th
Miami Florida and
"ciginal with the clerk
above styled court on or
Jfy 11. 1080. oth.rwUe
* wtll be entered
aJ'0" for "> re"*'
* ln "* complaint or
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 4SS0
Division 03
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE Or"
Ml ILLY SLOM1N
I o Mm LYEI
i' .. In mi tral
f MOI
Mm.l.\ El
i. I Fill Numl
(.if r>ad< mt)
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Flaglei ttreel
Florida 33130 The

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*ith thll
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Of I UK FIRS! PI H
LICATION 01 THIS
NOTICE Mi all rlaims
. .
tk>n li> an Ulteri
pel -.I ,, whiHTi nollci a ,
mailed that challengr-
validlty of ttn- ar|||
.i aUano ol : ;.
repreeentatlvt venue
turtadk lion ol the court
U CLAIMS NI OB
IECTTONS not
WILL BE
BARRED
Publication of U
haa begun on Junr 8 lv>i
Personal Representative
MORR19 IACKLI I!
It North lirtte
Deira) Baai I t la 13440
Attorn*) for Personal
Rrpresen'.ativ e
HYMAS P OALBI T
GALBUT ii M.Hi T*
MENIN P \
Hi Waahlngton avenui
Miami lieu. h. I rid* IIa
hi
0MI3 llinen :
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IN THE
SO PILED
Fork, v R
CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 7
Ointion 01
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\NI' nil
SO FILED
FOREVBR
file
"notice shall be published
ach week for four con
KLJ ..*' In THE
i^'H-ORlDIAN
i, lS,my hmnd and the
Id. **'o. CQUrt Muunl.
T* n thl, is day of May
F"UlARbH BR1NKER
RjLi'5*-rcuH Court
"^County. Florida
yV Barkley
rul,,"UePutycim
Ju" Court Saali
May m. 00
Jurat. U. IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 444}
Division 07
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
IN RE ESTATE Of
RICHARD FEIER
|||-i' i
The .'. .1 .
Mlata i RICHARD Fl
i. aoa I File Sun
in. :- pend
t'nur! tor I Ii
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OF in I- FIH
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NOTICl
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lECTIONS NOT
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ll tRRED
Ii ation ol
haa bagun on Juno *-
Peraonal I lativo
Rota Feiei
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Miami !.'. h ku t3i4i'
Atloma) tor Peroonal
Rtiproaantat] 11
HARRY /.l KERNICK
Miami Hea.h Florida 31130
SOW
ie.VM Juneii II liwa-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CAM No 00 H40FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE rhe marriaK'"!
John i; PATnERSON
Petitioner Husband
Respondent W |fo
TO GOlJ>A JEAN!
PATTERSON
MOM Hari iiiKton Court
SprtnKfleld
Vlrginla S152
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage haa
been filed against you. and that
you are required to serve a
copy of your Response or
Pleading to the Petition upon
the Petitioner s attorney
ARTHURS DAVIS, at Miami.
Florida, and file the original
Response or Pleading In the
office of the nark of the Circuit
Court, on or before the JTth day
of June. A I) 1080 Ifyoufalllo
do so. a Default Judgment will
be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the
Petition.
DATED at Miami. Dade
County. Florida, this llh day
of May. AD .1000
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clark of the Circuit Court
By A D Wade
WON May 20 .
June*. II. 1M0
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' the w in
repn pntatlvi
t.N IBJEC
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PI.OTKIN
BM a 'ourt
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' P 6. 13. HBO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF
THE KTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 00 0005 FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
PETITION FOR
ADOPTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN Itr fHr
\l iO| riON l IF
U '. |R
DAVID HI LSHEN
IHEN

tRr HEREBY NOTI
\ lop

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it on
WITH PA
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Florid*

be i
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and the
III .Ln Ol
IRINKER
Court
Ht \ D n
. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
is I YEN tho ugned
but
ii name I >E
VESA Cl INS1 LTOR
... pel Suite No
i \i i intends to
. aunc v* itn the
the Cln mi Court ol
11.i.i. 'ountt Fl
; '..i/ I'resident
lunc 13 JO r. iw.il
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN tn.t Uo undarolfnad
engage in business
the fictitious name*
.1 Florida Investments.
,1 b a Tan in Florida, at
HOB r a-: I lvo Hi.ileah. Fla
inlands la reglater said names
with the Clerk ol the Circuit of
Dade Count) Florida
EveltO Toledo President
Daniel Kell E -\
Mtoniet tor Evelio Toledo
JuneO. 13. X. 27. 19BU
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
HAD REALTY CO at 4310
Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida 33140 intend to
register said name with the
Oerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
MURRAY BERKOWITZ
ABBEY BERKOWITZ
MICHAEL I.EFKOWITZ
GABRIEL DEUTSCH
iwwo June IS. 27
____________________July 4. 1P80
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No JC'USFC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE


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UtE HEREBY
''
.
py ol
-
MICAHEI r Wl
lor Petitioner
120 l.im oln
I "
I. and file the
rlth thi erk of the
rl .-lore
-T i* you lor the reliel demanded In
alnl or petition
Plus ii.it ii e shall he publl
pad .i >-K lor four i on
weeks in THE
n 1HFLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
or' al Miami
Florida on this 15 d.iv ol Ma)
i*.u
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ i Utk Cin uit Court
l lade County Florida
By WillieBradahaw ir
\ -1 >eputy Clerk
i nt i 'iHirt Seal i
Mn ha.-ip Wei-ii..i,; Esquire
120 Lincoln Road Suite 3M
Miami Beai h Florida 33130
Jot 531 0381
Petitioner
May 23. 30.
luneii 13 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
lesmng to en^.u;e In bu-
lh. (i< UtlOUl name of
Mr: M \1 I at 60H1 Car-
Avenue Miami Beach,
Fla intend t<> noflatai Oftld
with the Clerk of the
.i! Courl of Daile County.
Florida
Molly Sperling
Benjamin Sperling
'* intereot
Sonla Zlelonka
| tnti
May 13 30
June'". 13 IBSO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the underaigned,
desiring to engage in business
the fictitious name ol
yl I NONES SER\ ICES al
i. IS bW 1th SI Miami I- .a
i mi.-ruis to reglatei said
mill the Clerk ol the
lit I'iKirt ol I lade Count)
Florida
11st ai.io P Qulnones
uw*< Ma> 80;
.lu:.. 30 1 s* NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i;i\KN that the undersigned
desiring i" engago In bus.
under the ftCtlllOUfl name
HOLLYDAY INVESTMENTS
, if Palm Avenue, Hla
FL 33013 intends to register
said name v. ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
K Ii r i.la
PEDRO TRETO
Gulllermo Soati hm Eaq
^ttome) for
Holly.lay Investment]
1401 West Flagler Slreet
Miami Fl. 33111
May 30
NOTICE UNDEOJ
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the futltlous name El
Ponce de la-on Convalescent
r.nter intends to register said
name vt ith the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Eaatman Rehab Cantor, Inc
Isaac Mizrahi. president
iivi*- May 30.
June 6. U. ,'U. UrOV
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name
IMPLE MED IMPORT A
EXPORT, INC at 003 SW 1st
Street. Suite No 4. Miami. Fla
33130 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Rodolfo Palaclos. Owner
0KW1 May 30.
JuneO. 13. 30. 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
INEX TRADE INC at TS01
NW 7 St Miami. Fla SS120
intends to register said name
v.ith the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
HUOOO BRETT
President
0*017 JuneO, 18. 30. 37. 1000
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage ln business
under the fictitious name
MARTINEZ AND MEDINA, at
J2SS NW 7th Ave Circle.
Miami. Florida Intend to
reglater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
Emestlna Martin*!. Owner
Margaiilo Medina. Owner
0HM2 May so,
JuneO. 13. 30, 10BO
Tt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 8H9 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n RE The Man :... ol
\i:i.' is \ PLAZ \
MORENi '
\.' t
lent
i ; \ Ml iRENi
PLAZA
, v reno
dr..
Call Colombia
N ii uih HEREBY NoTl
kik11 thai an ai'km for
lotion ni Marriage has
I ago ..ri.l you
. ,t ( opy o!
. i. :.n -. .
ti MELV in i AS HER.
attorne) f..r Petitioner artiooe
iddn m U : BM SW Mb Street.
Mule in? Miami Florida
.uul file the original with
lerk ol the above styled
rl on or before July 18.
...so otherwlae o default will
be entered agalnat you for the
reliel demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol said cOUrl at Miami
Florida on this 8 day of June.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By S A Hamer
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit I'ourt Seal i
June 13. 20. 27.
______________________ July 4 1080
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M-03St FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
STEWART ROY BAKST
Husband
and
M U'.ll yn AXELROD
BAKST
Wife
111 Marilyn Axeirud
Bakal
li'i North Montpeller
tvenue
Miantii Clt)
New lerae)
Yot \| r II- I i thai an action for
Diaaolutlon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
quired lo oan t oop) >:
youi written dclen.se> :1 an\
to It on Norman J Siiber Eaq
Bttorne) tor Petitioner whose
, I Iress la 100 North Bla< .i\ ne
Boulevard Suite 2703 Ml
Florida 33133 and file the
originaJ v.ith the clerk <>f the
above styled ourt on or before
Inly 18, ltaio. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you lor the reliel demanded in
the omplalnrl Ol petition
This not ire shall he
published once each week for
.Hi-.-1 utlve weeks m THE
ikw ISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ..I said court al Miami
ia on this iiith day of
June I'.fin
I'.H'll \ui> P BRINKER
to < lerk, Circuit i'ourt
Dade County. Florida
B) Claiinda Brow n
\s I leputy Clerk
Circuit Courl Seal
Norman i Sllbei Eaqulra
N. irtii His. ayne
Hinilevanl Suite 2703
Miami Florida 33131
Attorney for Petitioner
0!4t June 13. 20. 27.
July LUttU
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
dealrtng to engage in business
under the futitious name
Samar International Export,
al 71H7 NW 74 Street. Medley.
Florida 33186. intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
Wallace and
Cjreta Maldonado. Owners
08*13 June 13. 20. 27.
.lull t 1980
WOTTCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Mid-
west Electrical Products at 101
Weslwoud Drive. Suite 1.
Miami Springs. Fla 33160.
intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
Wadco. Incorporated
Richard Waddlck. President
08037 June 13. 30, 27.
July 4.1WO
UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name U.S.
Golden Dragon Academy of
Martial Arts at 14 N Krome
Ave Homestead. Florida
,33030. Intends to reglater said
! name with the Clerk of the
I Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
JAMES A WARD HI
AARON MILLER
08036 June 13. 30. 27.
July 4, loao
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
under the flctltlOUO names of
i s INSI i: INCE PREMIUM
'OMPANY .i t> I si I'Co
M2 N vt 12th Avenue.
Miami Florida intend to
reglater said names with the
i ? ol the < "in-uit ('ourt of
I lade I '.Hinty Florida
Vl.r .in: ( lerner
iina Clan
Ma) 30
Jun. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN tti.it the undersigned
ng i" engage m business
the fictitious name ol
SOI NDS TERRIFIC at c o
.. and i lay '"'J
al Hank Building I6C0"
Kenned) Causeway North
n,n Village Florida 33141
intends lo regiatoi said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
Al Hollmun
IFrank Strelkow and Cay
tttomeyi for Applicant
hi-Capita; Bank Building
..nil.-ill I au-.-w a)
North Hay Village, Fla 3(141
May :i
June 8 |3 lii in".i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engag*. m business
under the fictitious name
I.ITT1.E M1SSJADOT at 7401
NE Third Court. Miami.
Florida, intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
SEA SHORE
TRIMMING CORP .
B) JAY HELLER
President
S MELA IN APOTHBKER
Attorne) for \ppluant
Suite KM l i.iiieiand Tower*
oaoo South I ladeland Blvd
Miami Florida331841
08000 Mat SO;
June 8 13, 30, 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that thi- undersigned.
it I,, engage In business
the fictitious name MISS
! al 1*401 NE Third
Miami Florida intends
' name with the
.1 the Circuit Court of
i lade i 'ounty Florida
\SHORE
IKIMMIN.; CORP
B) JAY HELLER
I 'resident
S Ml LVIN KPOTHEKER
me) t r Applicant
Suite 308 l ladeland rowi
0200 South i ladeland Blvd
Miami Florida 3.'ur>8
i 'horn 01 087 1825
08001 Ma) 30;
June I 13 .mi i80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HERf BY
. ;ivkn thai the undersigned
leainng to engage in buaineaa
ime oi
It N H \l TOMOTIN K al
'.a -. Street Medley,
I i.i.ie County, Florida intend
glstei said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol
I lade County, Florida
vt llllam M Carcia
de gm-i e.lo i .VI percent I
Robert Garcia
de yuevedo i So percent i
aLBBRTM GI FFA.NT1
Attorney for
H N H Automotive
OflOOa May 30.
June 6. 13. 20. 1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. oo '4*o
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
ln re the marriage of
ROSEMARY NORRIS
Petitioner Wife
vs
CHARIJCS MICHAEL
NORRIS
Respondent Husband
TO CHARLES MICHAEL
NORRIS
2308 Shirley Road
Wilmington,
North Carolina 28401
YOC ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written answer and de-
fenses. If any, to It on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESQ.. plaintiff's
attorney, whose address la 2356
Salzedo Street. Suite 300. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before 7 July, 1080, 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 33,
1080
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
by Claiinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08800 May 30;
June 8. 18. 30, 1080


ratce-,Li*/\
Fa^e^____
'ae2 H
+Jew~isJ> HcrkMan
" t-'noay. Juh* tS, i*u
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. M-tfTJ
NOTICE TO DEFEND
FAVIL DAVID BERNS.
a Sole Successor Trustee
Under the Arthur and
Lllyan Wagner Living Trust
Dated December 8. 1988.
ARTHUR WAGNER and
LILY AN WAONER, his wife.
Plain tins,
vs.
MONIQ.UE DENISE
WAGNER, and
If dead, her
living lawful Issue
Defendants
TO MON1QUE DENISE
WAGNER
THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS
Residence addresses
unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
omplalnt to establish the
leath of MONiqUE DENISE
WAGNER has been filed
kgalnst you and you are
-equlred to serve a copy of
.our written defenses. If any.
o said complaint on CYPEN A
XEVINS. Plaintiffs attorneys
* hose address is 825 Arthur
Godfrey Road. Miami Beach
lorida 33140. on or before
luly llth. 18*0 and file the
Tlglnal with the Clerk of this
\jurt either before service on
jlalntlffs attorneys or
nimmedlalely thereafter
therwlse a default will be
ntered against you for the
-ellef demanded in the
,'omplaint
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court cm May 30. 1880
RICHARD P BRISKER
as Clerk of the Court
By WUlle Bradahaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
08909 Juni-. 13 30 27 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No (0-708* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
:s RE Tl ai nageof
ZI NAIDA SUEZ
Joner \C .
and
JOBI MAN IRA
;.. n Huiband
IRA
\ptoB-8
Crt
Km h*
.-uela
BY NOTI
FIED thai .in artlor
Maniac* has
. si
srv a
, enai (any. I
it on A K' 9 attorney for
addresa is
101 NOrtl '' Avenue
M .., 1 ... 33128. and file
the original Hh the clerk of
the .ihnvr styled court on or
before June ;'i> 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 con
secutlve weeks in THE JEW
ISHFLOKIDIAN
v. ITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 14th day of May.
1M0
RICHARD P BR1NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
A KOSS.
ATTORNEY \TLAW. f A
101 NW 12 Avenue
Miami. Fla 128
Telephone *i3-S26-8844
Attorney for I etIUoner
08*97 May 23. 30..
June*. 13. 1980,
UNDCR
NAME LAW
!S HEREBY
I und sr signs d.
uje In business .
NOTICE
FICTITIO'
I NOTtCr
GIVEN tha
desiring to i I
under the
CHASE *
CORAL <
Miracle >
Intends to I
with the
Court of D
I
N*oT'
IERMAN
I.ES at
Coral
ilar said name
of tha Circwlt
sjnty. Florida
rmanof
Cora s. Inc.. a
Flori poratlon
Marx Fab.
Attorney f< ;.leant
806 Alnale
Miami. Fli l 32
11 May3. SO:
June 8.7. 1(80
I JNDER
NAME LAW
9 HEREBY
HM
HI THE ClRCUIT COUET
Of THE ILIVINTM
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. F LOR IDA
Case No. M 7I7JFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
MICHAELS WELCH.
Petitioner Husband
va.
DELAYNE WELCH.
Respondent Wife
TO: DELATHE WELCH
1708 Leeetown Road No SJ
Lexington. Kentucky 44SMS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written answer and defenses. If
any to It on DANIEL
GALLUP. ESQ. plaintiffs
attorney whose addreas is 23M
Saliedo Street. Suite 308. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on oi
before June 27, 1(80; and fllf
the original with the clerk ol
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 the 15th o'
May. 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Court
by DEBORAH G HESS
As Deputy Clerk
t*8B2 May 23 30.
___________________June. 13.1WQ1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CO* NO 80-303JFC II
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
TEOCLKS IiESARMES
Petitioner Husband
and
RJXJXANNI DF.SARMES
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y i) 1 R E J E A N N E
DESARME8 Last Known
Realdant ah ne ti street Apt
4 Miami Florida, are hereb)
notlfeil 10 ni- a copy of your
Answer lo the Petition For
Marriage filed
against you, upon Husband s
attorney iEORGE NICHO
UjU IR1 MS NW '.2th
\.. nda 3313*
rith Uu
.-fore Jul>
erwta* Uu
. .1 h> VOU
rddaj ;une
NICER
purt
t i
ItSO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
0PVEN that the undersigned,
desiring the engage In business
under the luUIWui L name
\ ENET I A N HAHHUR
oNDoMINIUM intends to
register saM nmRM VWA the
clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
Conn ty T bar Mia
\ enefian Harbour Corporation
Culler and MesnekofT. P A
Attorney) for applicant
David Meanekoff. Esq
28 West Flagler PH 2
Miami Fla 33130
08865 May 23. SO.
JuneB.13 IBM
T* THE" CIRCUIT COURT OFT
THE II TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IHAHO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISIOH
Case Ha. (8-etM FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage of:
MARIA C MIRANDA.
Petitioner Wife
and MOISES R MIRANDA.
Respondent Husband
T<> B.P.i MOISES R.
MIRANDA
C B.C. I 34 Armor
Fort Carson,
Colorado 80913
YOl ARE HEREBY notified
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been tiled
against you and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the wife's Attorney.
LESTER ROGERS, whose
address Is 1464 NW 17 Avenue.
Miami Florida 33126 and file
the original with tha Clark of
tha above styled Court on or
before this 20 day of June. 1M0.
or a Default will be entered
against you
DATED this 13 day of May,
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Barbara Daniels
May 18 23, 80.
June 6. I860
M>.lCE VNDtR'
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY
OP/EN that tha undaralgned.
Jiairing to engage In business
under tha flc Utlous name
Kendall Secretarial Intends to
18gl8lli said name with the
Clark of tha Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
ANNPALLOT
18819 SW 84 Ct
Fla 31187
May IS 38.(0
.......**
NOTICE OF ACTIOH
COHSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action HO. (8-4JU FC
FAMILY DIVISIOH
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
MODESTO C TORRES
Petitioner
and
CARMEN TORRES,
f k a
CARMEN VALUE
Respondent
TO CARMEN TORRES,
f k a
CARMEN VALLE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for Pis
solution of your Marriage ha*
been filed and commenced U
this Court and you art
required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses. If any.
to it. on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ, Esq Attorney for Peti-
tioner, whoee addreas U 2988
W 4th Avenue. HIALEAH
Florida. 33012. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
styled Court on or before July
18. 1880 otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
llshed once each week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 8th day of
June. 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By N A Hewetl
As IWputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendei. Esq
2*85 W 4th Avenue
Hlaleah Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08IM1 June 13. 20. 27.
Julv 4. 19*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE l'TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 80 US1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE : Marrlagi
Si IRI
and
and
IJMI FELESNORD
in Wife
n MRS M>HIN1
FELESNORD
'
N
NOTICE
IRf HEREBY N
that
ktarrtaga ha.
your Answer of Plead I
...id petition OR petitioner
attorney GEOROI T
RAMA SI ESQ. Suite 711
Htaravnr Hide, 18 Wee
Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the
Office of the Circuit Court on
..r before 7 day of July. IIWi If
you fail to do so judgment by
default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in
the said petition
IHINE ANIi ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this 21 day of May. 1980
RICHARD P HR1NKEH
Circuit Court Clerk
Dade County. Florida
B) N A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
08880 May 30.
June 6. 13, 20. 1980 J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on March 28. 1980. Can-
tor s Meat Company, a Florida
partnership, which maintains
a known place of business at
2041 NW 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida, received a bulk trans
fer from and became bound to
pay. in full, the debts of
Cantors Meats. Inc whose
address Is 2041 NW 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida
08906 June 6. 13. 1980
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on March 28. 1980. Ryan
Realty Associates, a Florida
partnership, which maintains
a known place of business at
2041 NW 12th Avenue. Miami,
Florida, received a bulk
transfer from and became
bound to pay. In full, the debts
of Ryan Realty Company. Inc.
whose addreas is 2041 NW 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida.
BBB1 June 8. IS. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that tha undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under tha fictitious name MR.
DIAMOND OFFICE GLEAN-
ING at 0370 Waat Flag Is r
Street. Apt SIM. Miami
Florida 8(174. Intends to
register said name with tha
Clark of tha Circuit Court of
CM
FAMILY
7*
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BeT^I
IS.94 2
4-
In re the marriage
PATRIA CAMPOS
Petitioner Wife
JORGE ALBERTO
PACCIARIN1
Respondent Husband
TO JORGE ALBERTO
PACCLARINI
Avenlda Dr Honorto
Pueyrredon 918
Buenos Aires
Capital Federal.
COD Postal 1406
Argentina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an acUon for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written answer and
defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL GALLUP. ESQ
plaintiff's attorney. whose
addreas Is 2305 Saliedo Street.
Coral Gables. Florida. 33134 on
or before July 18. 1980 and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on June 8
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
B) Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
June 13. 30. 27.
____________ JlaU 4.198%
re TrircmcuiT court or*
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
Case No W cm
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
RACHEL I VERONA
petitioner Wife
vs
Nl Kl. AHMED
K.--.pondent Husband
TO Nl HI AHMED
nknown
Yol Utl N< HIEIED that
kctton for DISSOI I TION
i >f MARRIAGE has
md you are
, Ofrj i|
A-.tten answer and
: w LI i ESg,
ttloroe) -1

rida I
md file
I ''
.-... (ter
. for the
sd in the com
plaint or pal
. hand and the
.ii June
i^i
RUHARD I BRINKER
Clerk of the i 'ourt
B) Deborah C. Hess
As Deputy Clerk
oi*)aw June 13 BO H
Dade County. T\
ROBERTO RUIZ
June*. IS. 30. 27, 1980 I
____ lllll I IM8JM
IHTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
CASE NO. W (290
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE
THE ADOPTION OF
a minor.
BY JOHN SCHAPPKRT
Petitioner
notice: of action
to joseph h neai.
c oMRS JOSEPH
NE AI. SR
1018 N SSth Street
Camden New Jersey
You are notified that
Petition for Adoption has been
filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses if any. to It on JOHN
SCHAPPERT. Petitioner "
whose address Is
c- o LIBERMAN. BEN
JAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES. P A
9787 Sunset Drive
Miami. Florida 33173
on or before July 18. 1980 and
file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered 4
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
Petition
WITNESS MY hand and seal
of tins court on June 9 1(80
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clark
08940 June IS. 30 27.
NOTICE UHBlR
FICTITIOUS HAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OrVEM that the undersigned
desiring lo engage In business
under tha fictitious name
REMOTE DATA SYSTEMS at
1910 W 58th 8treat. Apt 3421
Hlaleah. Florida 33012 Intends
to register said name with the
Clerk of tha Circuit Court of
Dade County.
Jaat
1*10 W (a**!*. No (491
Hlaleah, Fla (SOI2
Carlos M. Mandes
Law Offices
Attorney lor Pstltloner
MaySO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No ItKI Jl FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
iJI.ORIACLARK
Petitioner Wife
and
JOHN M CLARK
Respondent Husband
TO
Mr John M Clark
1178 Stevens ltd S E
Washington. D C
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required lo serve a copy of
your wTltten defenses. If any.
to It on ARTHUR H LIPSON,
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
addreas Is 1(16 Northwest 187
Street. Suite 211. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
18. 1(80. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 3th day of June.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Hi Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
circuit Court Seal i
HNB29 June 13. 20 27
NOTICE OF ACTIOH
COHSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(HO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No lo **
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
HAYDEE MOREIRA.
Petitioner Wife
and
CARLOS MoREIRA
Respondent Husband
To CARLOS MoREIRA
838 North Kinsley Drive
Loa trunk's Calif
Yol ARE HEREBY NiYTI
FIED that an action <'>r
Dissolution of Marriage has
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thai

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seki in THE
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u on this 5 da
M
RKHARD P BRINKER
\- i ierk Circuit Court
I lad* i tount) r lorida
l<> I >eborah As I>eput> Clerk
irt Seal
\ Kss Attorney
at Law r \
. .rthwest U Avenue
Miami Fla 33128
Mario yuintero. Jr Esq
Attorney for Petitioner
08931) June 13. 20. 27
-Me 4-
NOTICE OF ACTl6N
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUHTY
Civil Action Ho. 88 HM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
1K1KAL AM ARAL
da Avii.a
Petitioner Wife
and
FEDERICO AVILA.
Respondent Husband
TO FEDERICO AVILA
Santa Fs Km IS
Hacuranao
Guanabacoa.
Habana Cuba
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that and 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 CEASE A CEASE
attorney for Petitioner whose
addreas is 2730 W Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 3S1S6.
and file the original with the
derk of tha above styled court
on or before July 18. 1880.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com
plain! or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JUEWI8H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this S day of June.
1(80
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By Deborah U Hess
Aa Deputy Clark
(Cli-cult Court Baal l
CEASE A CEASE
2730 W Flagler Street
Miami. Florida SUM
Attorney lor PeUOonar
0BMB June 13.
________ July.
..........rrii
. ST,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS HAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
AMERICAN UPHOlSTERY
SUPPLY at 7400 Northeast
Second Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33138 Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Herman Similar
Jesus Gullerrei
M LESTER SAAL
Attorney for Smolar A
(iutlerrei
24 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida SS1S0
OSBM May 21. 30.
June*. 13 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IH AHD FOR
DADE COUHTY
CIVIL ACTION NO (8-731 (FC
ACTIOH FOR
DISSOLUTIOHOF
MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ELA MAS SERRANO.
Petitioner Wife,
and
HUGO VAI EVIE SERRANO.
Respondent Husband
Id HI OO VAI.ENTE
SERRANO
Norte Clento Clnco
Mazurra
Re par to Baluarte Havana
Cl HA
YOl ARK HEREBY
NOTIFIED that an action foi
Dissolution of Marriage hat
been filed against you anil )rOU
are required to serve a copy of
your arltten defenses if any.
on CEASE A CEASI
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is MM W Flagler
Street Miami Florida ISA
and file the original with the
. Ierk of the .ihove styled court
before June 27. 1B80
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
.f demanded in the
. omptaln*. or petition
This notice shall be
pub; ea< n arena) for
Jtlva rr. U THE
r LORIDIAN
V* ITNES
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IN 7HE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 80 4107
Division 01
INRI El *
FRII DA I*<- Ri .) R
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NOTICE ok
\i MINISTRATION
The administration of the
of ERIEDA BERGER
Lssd File Number SO-
.or. :* perxliriK in the Circuit
Court for Dade County
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130 The names and ad
dresses of the personal rep
resentetlve and the personal
representative s attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are
required lo file with this court,
within three months of the first
publication of this notice
11 i all claim* against the
estate and i 2i any objection by
an 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 WIU.
HE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice
has begun on June 8, 1880
Personal Representative
Gerald Herger
84 laike Avenue
Meturhen. N J 08840
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Morris Cohen
8(8 Ponce De Leon Blvd
Suite 280
Coral Gables Fla 33134
Telephone 308 443 0331
08908 Junes. IS. 1(80
NOTICE UHDER
FICTITIOUS HAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under tha fictitious name
1 S LA Associates at 7S70 NW
38 Street. Suite 32AJ. Miami.
Florida. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dada County.
Florida.
Orte Inc
IDUCO 0*C.
8ANRI INC
PACABCO INC
Packman. Neuwahl
A Rosenberg
Attorney* for
I SLA Aaaoctates
HO June*, is. 30.37. 1(80


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KJouSNAME LAW
|T' HKKKin
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buainea.
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L,l 1108 K <" Ave .
"_" | intend! to
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L Uir OrctMl fourt of
r lorMa
,., PrMtOMH
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Jub ?. i**
J)TICE UNOEH
rmOUS NAME LAW
Kr IS HEREBY
* ,hl. um iindaratfMA
age in buainew
1 name ni
flip,,: Center at sso
, r,i MB Fla I3.
,aid name
.,. the Circuit
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,iN0 PROPERTY)
LE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IELEvENTH JUDICIAL
fUlTOF FLORIDA, IN
| F0 OADE COUNTY
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J4V DIVISION
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IDE COUNTY.FLORIDA
[PROBATE DIVISION
F.L' Number a*-470t
Division II
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NOTICE OT
MSTRATION
rtrauoa oil the
CARL It MAI.
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irl (i.r DAD!
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Hauler Street
la 13130 The
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Mntstlva and
[' >al representative^
i lurth below
I I prraons are
('' I in*- vim this court.
71iN THREE MONTHS
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"i nns NOTICE
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Je and Hi any objection by
1"t.Uh1 persun l< whom
wl mailed that chal
"> validity of the will,
iqualilicationa of the per
I' ""Preientauve. venue, or
Vt' lion < the court
ll- ''l.AlatS AND OB
"IONS NOT SO FILED
WED "E FOREVER
poll, atl.m of thla Notice
rKun on June II. imo
raoaaj Kepreaentatlve
m"AN P OALBIT
W V. aahlngton A ve
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'enlaUve
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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 10 S'SI (01)
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB ne marriage ol
ALFREDO Ml NOCAL
Petitioner
ami
INUELITA ME NOCAL
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Mi.
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Rosanne Goustin
\ private Funeral tervicc waa
hfld fur Rosanne Goustin, 28,
who died June i in California.
She attended K\ erKlade*
Elementary School ami South-
weal Minh School. She later
attended an school in Itnston.
apenl year in an Israeli Kib-
luil/. thin made her home in
California eight years apt
She danced, painted, wrote
poetl) and worked for a public
radio station in San Francisco.
One nl four children, she was
the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Kd
Cohen Mr Cohen was the ad-
ministrative director of Temple
Israel for many years and is now
serving as .i senior aide to Sen.
lack (iordon
FABRIKANT
\ti ii. of Pembroke Pines, June 7 A
lent oi the commumt) .t years lu-
rmerl) I Hl< k^% Hie L.I N.V
Hi a i- the husband I Martha, lather
i Bre| man Ml< hael ol Miami
11... '.' Iiael Fabrlkanl Wendy i
. i grandfather ol Bherl
Mark Mlsa Kevin Mlchele
and David brother o( Mrs Netti
l.-\v oi Mamaroneck N Y and
William Fabrlcanl ol Ne York City
He v Kloi Ida Public
. Commission Puneral services
n held lune s al Riverside fhapel
with intermenl at Ml NeboCemeter)
SHAMITZ
pi Miami Beai h lune < Sur
in iii- Molhe da ishteiv
Mitlli Peai Mrs Ruth iG
is brother William;
Mrs Freda Salkin and Mrs
i i; iion foul grandchildren; and
eat ki andi hlldren He as a
red I lei iperatoi in AtlanUc St)
i : M in i I where he had
, udi nni IM7 Funeral
. el held I it New man
i a ith intermenl in Lake
ii '.! irl
SIEGEL
M imi lune i \n i
I, .. (i om
i'ii.

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Mian ind Editl Siegel ot
Irei nine
, : em
and
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SEINFELD
He liad
past 20
,.,n umini Irom Philadelphia He
r for thi \ Ivani <"luti
,'.,.: imuel
ai it ith Sur\ ivlng
a sot Herbert
\, .' i daughter Lynne
\ ii Bennett Miami three sisters
M tinn ? Miami Selma
\. \t ... Beat Ii and
t'harni lelray Head and Hve
h mei .i lervli es were
mi it Iordon Funeral Home
A iti lerment in I Memorial
\ .i Miami Beai ti
II
i Menorah
IRD H) man North Miami
,\, in.t.m Laki !
Mar) w m ami Beat h
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GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open feaer Day C/oieW Smktath
140 SW 5 7th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
RUBIN
MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
Serving Orthodox conservative
Famines of the Jewish Faith
and Reformed
Every service personolly arranged
ond conducted by
MURRAY N. RUBIN, P.D.
1701 Alton Rood, Miami Beach, Florida
538-6*71
Services for Dr. WUlner

Gravesidt servieea were htki
June Hi al Ml Nebo Cemeti-n,'
for I >r Mania \\. Willner. 46.
who died June 9 at her North
Miami Beach home.
I)r Willner
supervisor of
was former
the Douglas
Gardens Mental Health Out-
Pi it lent (enter.
l)r Willner. a native of New
York, received degrees from City
LEVITT
Philip, M, Miami Heach. died June 4
He *.i- a realdenl Ol the Miami Bearh
area fol U years formerly of New
York He tvai a loiiKtime member of
I! ,.i It nth and a member of Forte
Toweri Men s Club Surviving are hla
wife Freda; his daughter in law Nancy
Hanna granddaughter! Kalherlne
Kemp and Bonnie Davtl nierea. Cella
Bailey and Rosalie Orloff. and
nephewi l.eon Keene, Alan Orloff.
Henry KoaOfaky and Alex Koaofsky
Servlcel wen- held June 5 at Rubin
memorial Chapel with entombment at
Lakeside Memorial I'ark
BERNSTEIN, Jacob Rlveratde.
HI.OSSiiM I.ester Miami Heach
BRAND Bertha 7J Hollywood. June 3
Ri\ eralde
BROWN Henry Ji Miami Heach.
Illlle :l Rubin I ..tkeslde
CLAYMAN Ida W. Miami Riverside
Lakealde
HOZIL) losephL Delray Heath
IACOBSON Edward M 7 Miami
IIv.ii n lune .' Rubin lakeside
College of New York, Harry
College and Walden University.
She was a clinical instructor and
assistant professor at Barry.
Her professional writing
appeared in the Journal of the
American Geriatric Society and
the Psychiatric Annals.
She is survived by her
husband. Dr. Robert K ; son.
Bruce, daughter. Beth; and
father. Alvin Olchak.
GREENBAUM
Nathaniel, 76. June 3 He waa a resident
oi Miami Beach for 18 years, formerly
oi New York City He was paat
piesident of 1'ronresslve Synagogue of
Hmoklyn. N Y deputy grand master
ol the Free Sons of Israel, paat
president o' Normandy <; Miami Beach, and very active In
Jewish affairs Surviving are his wife
I'aula; daughter Lola Locker, son I)r
Michael i;reenbaum. four grand
daughters QaH Heth Palmer Nina
Fran LOCkor, Leslie S and Iienise F.
'.ivenbaum. and a brother tjeorge
Ureenbaum h'uneral services were
held lune Ti at the Riverside
BIRNBAUaf, Healrice. June H
Riverside laAkeside
KTTMAN Aaron BS, Miami Heach
1.1 FTULASS, Anne l> Miami June 7
M M'.liKR Kdward. 0 Miramar June
s Riverside
SCHOMER Irving 71. Hallandale.
June t Levitt Wetnatein
H
Levitt -\ f e
EVITT II EINSTEIN
memorial chapels
is?' Pem* n0 M' TKO
: MlAM 1Mb W D.i.---- 43'S
won** "oow Bivo sasa'oc
When a loss occurs
away from home.
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
i \W< West Dixie H ghway
in
\ev\York: -'U 263-7600QueensBlvd & '6lhRd ForestHilh s>
Broward County
925-3396
I''.'I Pembroke Kd
EMANUEl GOaOON
1177 1*46
HAMT GORDON
1903-1964
THAT THE GOODNESS AND KINDNESS IN
EMANUEL GORDON AND HARRY GORDON
WHICH HAS COMFORTED THOSE IN NEED IN
THEIR BEREAVEMENT WILL ALWAYS REMAIN
WITH US.
flam** &B. (Gou/f>ti
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12 Ave.. Miami
Phone 858-5566


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