The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
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AA00010090:02681

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
herw
THREE SECTIONS
Miami, K lor id a I lune -'"
By M*,i kO f rnti
Price 35 Cents
Carter Says 'No' to Role for PLO
outhed Soldier
Oilier View of Sa'ari Iladdad
L I'M Hi Ki OSORAVE
. Si ndi I
[\ killing of two
Lh sold the United
I Force in
1 NTFIL), a
\ ,' Sa ad Haddad
, dubbed by
I < a "thug.'
La- ill nounced in simi-
I ighout most
., tern preee, at
rten, and
erywhere else
Ld th. world, except in
M
omt days had
gin tn emerge or
:.. IrjlliMp had
ne ol the Shi'ite
m the S i and in revenge
I f one of I heir mhm
I the "whisk*)
n kw als call them
Idad had In-en
;>ra< r between
Ige doM tO the
ilread) believed
I ircles to be an
a well nigh
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facl tl il
: I S pressun
led to Israel to wi h
a her support for him
Sow Maj Iladdad is .1 trie id
and even, it you like, something
hi ,1 hero ni mini', and what
follows i~ an attempt to describe
.mi! juslifj his struggle
I VEN 1*0 Bet down lIn- hare
ol what I h.i\i- seen in the
South Lebanese enclave, and to
give an account of my tir-t
meeting with Maj lor, as the
French call him. Commandant)
Iladdad presents a picture of
event- almost totall) at variance
with what ha- so far heen BO
widel) reported Hut I must
confess, at the outset, to a
singular repugnance at the fact
whereas the killings of the
Irish made front page news
throughout tin Western world.
the Killing "t a villager by the
Irish was scarcer) noticed
\ ol Iladdad must
necessaril) involve a critique of
UN1FIL The force, ahout 8.000
men from eight nations, was Bent
into Lebanon as a mean- ol
persuading the Israelis to with-
draw to their ow n border alter the
1 1'in 1 tmed on Page N-A
win Sisters
Hi mi Gradual ion Cere
hat Were Held an Satwrdaj
I Su-.l.l .OH!
not attend their
lation Saturday,
\ .1
|m sisters and class
>ns and Orthodox
Jews the) -ought unsuccess
full) to changi the dati
graduation ol ^ Woodson
High School from Saturda) to
anotbei da) arguing that their
religious freedom was abridged
m Sm
ol tin Sabbath com
mencement
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Congress filed a friend-of-the-
court briel in support of the Stem
sisters' -uit
The \ lrginia Supreme Court
refused to issue an injunction
against the Saturday graduation.
Meanwhile, the girls' parents
are working with the American
Jewish Congress on the
possibilit) of appealing the
decision to the United States
Supreme ICurt
IN ITS BRIEF, the American
Jewish Congress argued:
" Because attendance at
commencement is a privilege and
a benefit which the school
bestows on those who have
earned it. in the absence of com-
pelling reasons the school cannot
condition its enjoyment on the
relinquishment of the rirst
Amendment's guarantee of the
right to the free exercise of
religion
So Long as Destruction
Of Israel is Their Goal
'Munich Surrender,'
na) Begin
,') A
U VSHINGTON We
m ill not negotiate with the
PLO .mil we will not
recognize the PLO status.''
a tense President Carter
told members ol the
American Jewish Press
Association meeting here
hist weekend.
Showing visible signs of
fatigue and shortness of
temper, the President,
responding to queries by
publishers of English-
1 a n g U a ge Jewish
newspapers across the
country, declared that
U.S. policy will continue to
be negative toward the
PLO until after the PLO
recognizes Israel's righl to
exist and until the PLO
also recognizes that UN
Res. 242 is the basis for
further progress for a
co ni p re h ensi ve set-
tlement."
THE EDITORS and
publishers were reacting to the
June 12-13 resolution in Venice
b) the mne members ol the
European Economic Communit)
which calls lor "associating" the
I'M m the peacemaking process
Ostensibl) the European
m native came as a result ol the
-tailed talks between Israel and
I gypt on autonom) ol Vrabs
living in Gaza and on the West
Jordan's King Hussein was in
Washington this week for
talks tilth President Carter.
The President vowed to do
his utmost to convince the
King that he ought to join the
Israel-Egypt talk-, due to
resume July --'>
Hank, as well as on the future of
Jerusalem, huh Israel considers
indivisible and her capital city
The EEC resolution is. in fact,
being viewed as moderate" by
the Administration, including the
President and Secretar) ol State
Edmund Muskie Capitol Hill
observers anticipated a much
stronger EEC Palestinian stand
in Venice, and il was this thai
-purred resumption ol th- l-r.n I
Egypt talks in Washington, now
scheduled tor Jul) 2-3
e MM Kit rOLD the concerned
publishers that v\ hatever the
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Gotham Memorial
For Jewish Businessman
Executed by Iranians
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA)
More than 300 people,
among them Jewish
leaders, Israeli officials and
members of the Iranian
Jewish community in New
York attended a memorial
service here for Albert
Danielpour, an Iranian
Jew executed in
Hamadan, Iran on June 5.
The service was held at
the Fifth Avenue
Synagogue and was
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sponsored by all major
Jewish organizations in the
metropolitan area. It was
coordinated by the Jewish
Community Relations
Council of New York.
THE 52-year-old Danielpour
was accused of cooperating with
the CIA and with Israeli in-
telligence and was also charged
with helping to establish the
"Zionist government in Israel."
Although he denied all charges,
he was sentenced to death Apr.
10 by the Islamic Revolutionary
Court in Teheran.
His sentence was commuted to
three years' imprisonment after
many interventions on his behalf.
Hut last Thursday, upon a direct
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Cify Council of New York congratulates HIAS Centennial. Left to right are Councilman
Abraham G. Gerges; William Males, director of HI AS Post-Migration Department. Carol
Bellamy, president of the City Council; and Councilman Theodore Silierman.
Headlines
New York Salutes HIAS Centennial
The City Council of New York at s full session
meeting, adopted a resolution officially con-
gratulating HIAS on its 1980 centennial.
The resolution, introduced to the legislative
body by Councilman Abraham G Gerges. was
praised by City Council President Carol Bellamy
and passed with unanimous consent
In presenting the resolution. Councilman
Gerges stated: "Over the past one hundred
vears. HIAS has been responsible for the world-
wide rescue and resettlement of over four million
.!<. As evidenced today, with a commit
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wherever religious, racial <>r political persecution
prevail
______
"air. Kothberg one "! I* ;>i*w-t indri
reel, i' planning to pull his
he count >rdini: to
i in .leru-
tor thi i I he rumor- ,m
bi ing ^ Shimon Horn, who, is Rothberg s
itive m Tel \\'\\ W< never divulge
am >>f our c< ;\itM~- to tht press
: Horn
Hut tht rumors persist .h'otiIhh; to K
business acquaintance Jl Rdthberg'a said that
Rothberg baa hinted privately thai he no longer
feels able to keep aareant of all his hu-
affain and ia thinking of shifting 10001 ol his
capital away from Israel
In 1960, Rothberg established the New York-
based Israel Investors Corp which includes
mainly small American investors. He is
president of the corporation, which has a capital
of some $:U) million invested in 86 factories and
other Israeli enterprises.
The AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith
has revealed that a major national academic
society the Organization of American His-
torians was deceived into giving its mailing
list to an anli Semitic front group set up to
prove that six million Jews were not killed
during the Nazi years and that the Holocaust
5 was a hiax perpetrated by Jews themselves.
r The group, the Institute for Historical Review.
8was established last fall by Willis A. Carto.
"whose Washington-based, far right Liberty
I-<>bby. according to ADL. is "the largest and
best financed anti-Semitic apparatus in the
country today."
The new institute. Justin J. Finger, director of
ADL's Civil Rights Division, said, is using the
American Historians' mailing list of history
teachers to promote subscriptions to its "Journal
j of Historical Review."
j. Mr. Finger said ADL haa given documen-
o tation of the Institutes true nature to Dr.
S Richard Kirkendall. executive secretary of the
Organization of Historians, which is head-
quartered on the campus of Indiana University.
Los Angeles attorney Burton S. Levinson has
been reetscted chairman o. the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry at a meeting of the
* organization'a Board of Governors. Levinson.
* who was first elected NCSJ chairman in 1979.
I had been chairmen of the Commission on Soviet
t Jewry of the Jewish Federation Council of
Greater Loa Angeles, and is also chairman of the
|jGr
National Development Committee of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
I>evinson pledged to the NCSJ leadership that
he will continue to seek new options which would
reflect the fact that "the struggle of Jews who
wish to emigrate, or to live in the Soviet Union
as Jews with full rights accorded to other
national and religious groups, is still a
paramount issue It should transcend other
political considerations ,
Pianist and comedian. Victor liorge of Green-
wich, Com ieer appointed by President
C.irti United "states Holocaust
Menu mal '
Tin I ouncil w bit) out the recom
itions ol its predecessor tht President's
Commiasini h< H iblishing a
Museum ington DC. an
educal undation, and a
Citizen'* Conn ten n Conscknc I undine will
ontributions The
t nub) il will submit its report to the President in
.., wn- the l>
tag rsonalities in S
when the \a/; invasion to \-
humorist a.i- noted tor his biting satire
ol Hitlei and thus he becamt target ol the
Nazi- il, escaped to Vmerica on the last ship to
lea\ e Finland
\n honorary Doctorate has been conferred by
Tel \\i\ University upon Prof Hussein raw/;
Egyptian scholar and intellect, and ardent
supporter of the Middle Fast peace process who
became the first Egyptian to receive an
Honorary Doctorate from an Israeli university
Prof Fawzi, former Rector of Alexandria
Universit) and former Minister for Cultural
Affairs in the Egyptian Government, is today
\ ice President ol the Institut d'Egypte. and was
recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate of the
Egyptian Academy, conferred upon him by
President Anwar Sadat Prof Fawzi has been
constant in his call for conciliation in the Middle
hast
In testimony before the Republican Platform
Committee in New York (itv. Ivan J Novick.
president of the Zionist Organization of America,
characterized the question of Israeli settlement
policy as a "misleading and false issue."
Said Novick. The settlements are not an
impediment to a Middle East peace except as the
Arab world prefers to construe them as such.
They present no roadblock to harmonious co-
existence between Palestinian Arabs and Jews
except as the PLO wishes to construe them as
such "
Novick pointed out that West Bank settle-
ments helped to anchor the defense of Jerusalem,
and added that "settlement" had become a code
word lor East Jerusalem, which includes the Old
City
"The phony settlements issue strikes with
coldly calculated intention at Jerusalem the
Jewish heart. The object is to deny Jerusalem to
Israel, thereby attacking the legitimacy of Israel
as a Jewish State Thus, the Jewish people
would have no past, present or future."
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Kollek Blames Begin for Terrorism
SAN FRANCISCO Mayor
1,,'uh Kollek of Jerusalem said
k!re that Prime Minister
Menacbem Begin was in a way
'-philosophically responsible for
,he June 2 bomb attacks which
crippled the mayors of Nablus
and Kamallah Kollek made his
remark- in an interview with
renorter 1'hil Bronstem. taped for
,Xkas.JUnel2onKr:i).the
Public Broadcasting Service
tpBSi television station.
Hi waa asked whether Begins
.,,, on Jewish Biblical
rights to the West Bank en
couraged the violence against the
rs Kolktk replied, according
I transcript provided by
telephone to the Jewish
relegrai I m V'ncy I am sure
.h.i! ht doesn I ii" it in an or-
llM,ns sense, but philo-
,.,,. doss. Vtiu have a
n the p>wnmenl
helie\e> in this; then you will
. oung pBopli who
in then own was
i\ eminent iaverj
this M'u have
! support
n<'i >ii\on
ill \\ i \ Pol i and
heticopi i -
. an 11 i"r eight
'i arden who w.i-
.....i reloaaad aftei
d the II. 2 million
the kidnappers
said to hi- the first ot
rael
The youngster, son of i'enina
13d Vmoi Varden of Tel Avrv.
ikas'ia-t set n I ntenng a car in the
wealths Savyon section. Wit
MSSM said the child was sum-
ioned to the car by a khaki clad
n but were not certain whether
entered it freely or was forced
|A telephi ne call to his parents
hat night said the boy was safe
ind demanded the money The
police en informed by then but
'vjudnapping was kept secret to
rouct the boy's safety The kid-
nappers called again last
Tuesday with instructions.
Prune Minister Menachem
Jegin has appealed to the kid-
iapper to return the eight year
Id child, and prove that in spite
f the crime you committed you
till ha\e a conscience Do not
'rtur* the family." he said
LES
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FU
NEW YORK A group of six
retired Israeli generals expressed
grave concern over Israel's
ability to defend itself under
termi of the Camp David agree
menta and urged the Israeli
.' rr-.ment to scrap plans for
i. i. h
om> "ii i he \\ esl H.i-
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H.i i i.i- til Mai the
Jew is I
she works closel\ ..:.-. the ultra-
nationalist lYhiya faction in
Israel sin said th.n on .1
trip lo Israel she was approached
l>> th- generals who asked truit
her group release- their statement
to the American media
! he gencraJfl claimed that the
autonomy plan as currently for-
mulated. poeas grave dangers t,,
Israels survival They said that
"Contrary to certain views now
being raised in Western Kurope
and with some support in the
United States, it is our con-
sidered judgement that without
Israel s present borders, the
Israel Defense Forces will be
unable to safeguard the State of
Israel and assure its in-
dependence "
JERUSALEM Prime
Minister Menachem Begin called
on the Jews of Iran to get out of
that country as soon as possible
and go wherever they choose
We would prefer, of course, that
they come to Israel, but the main
thing is that they leave because
they are in real danger. Begin
said
He expressed that view at a
meeting of the Coordinating
Committee of Iranian Im-
migrants in Israel The session
was chaired by l.ikud MK Moshe
Katsav who noted that Iran per
mitted the exit of its citizens but
under severe restrictions with
respect to what property and
assets they could take with them
Begin and Katsav seemed to
imply that in view of the recent
"judicial" moves against a
number of Jews in Iran. Iranian
Jews should set aside proprietary
considerations and flee while they
still can They do not seem to
realise the danger of their
situation. Katsav told reporters
after the meeting
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Congress hailed as a
major ictory for civil liberties ,,
unanimous decision by the U S
Supreme Court upholding the
right oi Hebrew school students
to collect signatures at a Califor-
nia shopping center protesting
the United Nations anti Zionist
resolul ion
\ H 'ongress had Mini a
Iriend < ourl brief in
public's right to
itherwise
:\ s nt
pi i\ ,iti I) owned
\ s
amsi ;n San J
Calif when Ji .dints at
IVmpll Kmai l-l as part i >t a
i.is- project, sought to collect
sign.it ures lor a petition opposing
the UN resolution that con-
demned Zionism as a form of
racism
JERUSALEM Meyer
l.ansky. the reputed one-time
czar of organized crime in the
U S will he permitted to return
to Israel from where he was
e\ted in 1972 after being denied
citizenship because of his
criminal past Interior Minister
Yosef Burg, who ordered his
ouster eight years ago. lifted the
ban after l.ansky. who lives in
Miami Beach, expressed a desire
to visit Israel for Kosh
Hashanah
Burg said Lansky could stay
here for up to one month, ac-
cording to a report in Yediot
Achronut He said he decided to
lift the ban after obtaining
evidence that the alleged
racketeer was in poor health.
Lansky fled to Israel in 1971 to
avoid trial in the U.S. on tax
evasion charges. He was sub-
sequently tried in federal court
and acquitted He applied for
citizenship under the Law of
Return, but the Supreme Court
turned him down on grounds that
the law did not apply to known
criminals
Collective Punishment
Finger of Blame Pointed at Weizman
Bj YITZHAK SHARGIL
Ii I. AVIV (JTA) -
Deputy Defense Minister
Mordtrhai Zipori claimed
that his former chief, De-
fense Minister Ezer Weiz-
man. was solely respon-
Mbte for the collective
Punishment of two West
Hank Arab families last
month because one mem-
ber of each family allegedly
wgs involved in the stoning
<>J" cars in which Israeli
officials were riding. Weiz-
man resigned on May 26
over basic differences with
the Likud-led government.
The families were removed
from their home* and relocated
m deserted refugee camp near
Jericho where minimal facilities
were lacking The incident raised
strong protests in Israel and
abroad, and the families were
subsequently returned to their
homes on Weizman"s orders.
ZIPORI. who was reappointed
to his post after Weizman quit,
testified before the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee on the issue of collec-
tive punishment. He said that
normally an expulsion order
required the Prime Minister's
approval before it was carried
out. but in the case of the two
families, the Defense Minister
acted on his own because they
were not being deported from
Israel controlled territory
Zipori conceded that collective
punishment, such as the im-
position of curfews, was not the
ideal way to keep order in the
territories but there were in-
stances when it was the only
means available short of force.
MKs Amnon Rubinstein of the
Shai faction and Yossi Sarid of
the Labor Party maintained that
collective punishment was un-
just and ineffective.
The) referred to the 24-hour
CuHtW imposed on the West
Bank Arab town of Hebron after
the ambush killings of six
\eshiva students there on May
2. The curfew lasted 12 days and
is still in force during the night-
time hours.
HAIM DRUCKMAN. a Na
tional Religious Party MK.
insisted on the other hand that
collective punishment was neces-
sary in Hebron. He claimed that
most of the Arab population
knew in advance that an ambush
was planned and stocked up with
food before the, attack in
preparation for the curfew
Menten Verdict Expected Soon
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A verdict in the second
trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Pieter Menten is ex-
pected to be rendered by the Rotterdam district court at
the end of this month, despite delaying tactics employed
by Menten's defense attorney, Eduard Boehl. This
appeared likely when it was announced that both Boehl
and Public Prosecutor Leo Meyers would begin their
summations this week.
THE TRIAL began last month, but the court has
met only twice a week. It agreed to a demand by the
defense to send an expert, Slavonic languages Prof.
Willem Veder, to Moscow to study Soviet archives for
the period in 1941 when Menten is alleged to have
committed the mass murders of Jews and others in
Pohorodze village in Poland.
The defense contends that local villagers in-
terrogated by Soviet authorities after the liberation of
the region in 1944 did not name Menten among the war
criminals they accused of atrocities.
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-ItmistrkrXtlon
The Carter Declaration
The Jewish Floridian was at the conference
with President Carter last weekend when the
President addressed editors and publishers of the
American Jewish Press Association.
We applaud the President's determination not
to do business with the Palestine Liberation
Organization, as resolved by the nine members of
the European Economic Community meeting in
Venice at the same time that the AJPA was
meeting in our nation's capital.
But the President's determination is in reality a
proviso: we will not do business with the PLO so
long as that organization sticks to its determined
declaration that its primary political principle is to
destroy Israel.
What if the PLO disavows that declaration?
Will the President then approve of bringing Yasir
Arafat into the Middle East peace talks?
Undoubtedly yes.
Jerusalem at the Heart
The problem is that PLO disavowals will be
mere window dressing to disguise an ultimate
Moscow-led takeover of the entire region. Anyone
who believes otherwise, including President Carter,
is merely fooling himself in the same way that the
United States was fooled in toto into believing in
the revolution of Eidel Castro in Cuba as a step
toward Cuban democratization.
What occurred in Venice last week was
predictable. Europe being what Europe has been
since time immemorial self-centered and im-
moral. But what is as disguised as PLO disavowals
would be. should the PLO ever disavow the
destruction of Israel, is that the autonomy talks
themselves are a codeword for East Jerusalem. The
President lays his hopes on the talks as an absolute
predicate for peace in the Middle East.
In the end. the talks, as they have evolved, are
a codeword for Jerusalem as a whole.
For those who refuse to see. let them note the
increasing reference to the Status of Jerusalem'' as
an item to be negotiated'- as part of the peace-
making process
Just how does President Carter feel about that?
Members of the AJPA aren't as certain of that as
our report of the proceedings of the Association's
meeting with the President shows him to be on
related matters.
Warring Jewish Factions
Vmerican Jews are constanly being admoi hed
not to interfere in Israel's internal disputes t we
should not sit quietly in the face of the \ wing
bitterness between the various factions srael
The name-calling has gotten so bad that a group ol
Knesset members from all parties have gotten
together in an effort to end the vituperation that
has marked recent Knessei debates
But even more ominous is the threat ol violence
between the various sides within Israel. The
outrageous Palestine Liberation Organization
terrorist attack in Hebron May 2 in which six
yeshiva students were murdered has increased the
demand by some Jewish militants for retaliation
against the Arabs. This may have been the motive
behind the equally heinous attack against West
Bank mayors which left two of them maimed. No
one yet knows who were the perpetrators of the
attack on the mayors, but several hitherto unkown
ultra-nationalist Jewish groups have claimed
"credit" for the attacks.
The Israeli government should act now. The
Jews of the diaspora are expected to display their
unity for the benefit of the survival of the Jewish
State. The Jews of Israel can do no less.
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Volume 53 Number 28
Writer Refuses Rote as Anglo'
MY EXTRACTION is Rus
sian. My mother and father were
both born in a shtetl called Shkov
in the province of Moliv Shkov '
major distinction is the Yiddish
poet. Zalman Shneour
I thought the shtetl had no
other. About a year ago, I learned
that Moshe Rivlin. who is world
chairman of the Jewish National
Fund, is also a native of Shklov
Rivlin and I talked with much
enthusiasm about our common
ancestry at that time.
It is an ancestry that is Jewish
to the core and perhaps best
defined by Shneour himself
Shneour spent the last eight
years of his life in Israel he
died in 1959.
IT IS THERE that he wrote
one of his most penetrating
cycles. Luhot Oenutun ("Hidden
Tablets'!, this work of his genius
done in Hebrew, which criticizes
the moral development of
Judaism in our time as con-
trasted to the spirit of biblical
Jewish experience
When the Jewish National


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Fund's Rivlin and I talked about
Shkov. it was natural that
Shneour should be mentioned
Shneour who was Shkovs prin-
cipal export to the world But
Rivlin made an easy departure
from Shklov to Israel as a topic of
conversation, not only because of
his work with the JNF there but.
in Shneour s terms, of Israel as
the natural outcome of the com
pleted Jewish personality After
all. like Shneour. Rivlin too came
to live in Israel
For me. this was an un-
comfortable part of our con
vrrsation. I who am a product of
the diaspora I have not left it I
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am therefor,- the incomplete Ja,
still embryonic, afloat mafonw
world, unwilling to return u>
.ncubatorcall,.,iUr..!.hatw *
finally see ma born his.nncil|
culturally, religniusb
THE CONVERSATION *n
uncomfortable beca ise :! u^hti
on the many unresolved conflict!
within ma on |ust this subject Of
course, they remain msolved
I mention this, -v
phasize the authenn. I.wishnejs
of my roota an emphasis t^r
may be a radundanc) linot an
roots are incontrovertible bv
definition Hut red indancy or
not. it is important to charac-
terize these root s
Why"' liecauNi today, | ,, (,v
definition something altogether
different not b) my own
definition, but aomaoM else?
Today. I am a whit*- non His-
panic A new tabulation -
ethnic makeup ol Dadc Count)
Fla which occasionally I call
home, puts mi- in that category
I SUPPOSE thai other ram
non-Hispanu .ir. ; | ,,,
and for the first time ii
experience, to huddle at m\ side
as we obaerve our breed
dimim-hing In com pan) here is
miser\
It is onl> in that i
can si \\ \M'
and certain Call
w ho are a part
entaria grasp
to beet up then : mam
Suddtmly 1 in
the Old di) s '-
World quak<
elitist categiin
bava entered *
cincta, w hu'h
to dogs and
dewrables Be
fabled I- i la
luxurious hot)
diamonds bil
amarald
domain ol i lul rd rooeu
or uist plain
oourac this w.i~
HIT si DDI SI 1
tngto "I
b) ,
mulation and
adental stal i
I am n n
aurvi
t iinluunil on V *
Fear for Afghanistan's Jewish Community
B) The Institute of Jewish
.11-wish Affairs
don Chronical Sy ndit ati
Ruaaia I invasion of
Atghanistan last I)eceml>er has
raiaad oonoara ova* the fate of the
country's small Jewish com
munity
V\ hile information about
Afghanistan s Jews has always
been scarce and not very reliable,
the most recent estimates speak
of a community of about 100
souls, most of them whom live in
Kabul, the capital.
To place its history and
prospects into perspective, the
Institute of Jewish Affairs has
published a report which it
described "almost as an epitaph''
for a community that is rapidly
dying out.
THE EXACT origins of the
community are disputed, but it
was flourishing by the early
thirteenth century, when the
Mongol invasion killed many
Jews in the destruction of Firoz
Koh in Cihunstan
Reports by Jewish travelers in
the last century spoke of a
community of 40.000 living in 60
identifiable communities, all of
which were m existence aa
recently as 1927.
Repression and outbursts ol
anti-Semitism cauaod the
population to fluctuate, and a
large stale ajtodua took plan- in
the late 1870a with the in-
troduction ot punitive taxation
and other harsh measures
As a result of their long
sojourn in Afghanistan. Jews
were influenced by Moslem
customs, but never assimilated
unto Moslem society Until 1918.
they lived in ghettos when a more
tolerant regime allowed an im-
provement in their social and
economic status.
HOWEVER, fresh repression
followed the assassination of
King Nadir Shah in 1933. The
anti-Semitic campaign led to the
impoverishment of Jewish life, as
Jews were obliged to pay a heavy
poll tax that diminished the
community's wealth
Jews were confined to Herat.
Kebul and Balkh; they were
forbidden to enter government
service or enter specific oc-
cupations: they were liable for
mUitary service, but could not
bear arms or wear uniforms; and
they were forbidden to buy food
in the markets or communicate
with people abroad.
Throughout a thousand years
f settlement Afghanistan's
.lews n
with then
religious
mystrism and -
MM .in
mstsring syn*! remen
sit cross lagged 'h"' "r(
there is the ritual (fhtenn|
sheep on the Ninth il to *
observance of Yom Kippur *
replete with lymbolK acti uk*
expiatory beating administered
to adult males, and pieces d
candles are taken a*B> "*
worshippers at the and ol *r>ice>
as amulets to ward ofl the evil
eye."
POLYGAMY, although very
rare, is permitted in cases *et
there is s lack of male issue
Patriarchahsm underpins *
community's structure aWB wb
disputes settled b> -d JJ
committees of elders.
women wear the veil and
excluded from Jewish education
Since the 1920s, an est^JJJ
6.000 Afghan Jews have sftu
in Israel. 4.000 ol them since
1950. ,
The last eight families in M>J
applied for exit visas for mm
January, even though OV '-
no passports, in sn act W
end a millennium ot
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NOTICE UNDER
Nothing Will Remain'
Begin Calls Venice Resolution 'Munich Surrender'
JERUSALEM "A
Munich surrender is what
, Prim.' Ministei
' "' called the
Kun>i"
Common Mar-
resolution tasl
Venice, which
thai the Palestine
i irj ,iii/.it ion be
with the Mid-
, process in
Wesi Bank and
men! following
I meeting here
Begin warned
ii 1 will ignore the
resolution" and
, tl> t,. the <";tni|>
,, ords <1 1978 as
the basis on which to
achieve peace in the Middle
Easi
'NOTHING WILL remain
. \ .nice resolution but its
memory." hi- tlataved,
US Corp. 's
To Earn
Big Profits
I'M. \\ |\ i.ITAi The
n corporations
militar) airfields in
will share > sub
rofil Bui the) are also
thi-ii share ol trouble w ith
i t hut w ill raplai
S nai w hich I
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rfield .ii '
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.i ir inv eatment.
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will share the profits
basis
MOREOVER, it is now
i-d i hat the project will coat
W million li-ss than the
ll.M billion budget
approved b> the l s Congrata
dance will be at Israels
'I to help pay for the
j men! of forces after they
* Sinai That operation alone
i xpectad to cost over $3.5
billion
Meanwhile, NAC has en-
countered problems with im
ported laborers, mainly from
Portugal, who have been flown
''" to their countries and with
Its own field managers several of
whom have been dismissed.
" cording to a report in Maarii
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railing the Pl.t > an \rab SS
I comparing it to Hitler s W
Kan \l Katah, a
branch "t the PLO, issued a
statement in Syria last month
which urged tin- launching ol .1
jihad Iholj war I tor tin destruc-
tion ot Israel
In its June I- It resolution.
the mm- European nations called
on Israel to ?.'rant sell deter
minatwm for Arabs h\mg on the
V\< Hal r. it'll in t he (1.1/.i Si rip
and I e Israel's polic) ol
establishing settlements in these
lands
rhe I I < resolution also
rejected Israel's 1967 unification
ol Jerusalem
Wl ill OBVIOUS reference to
EEC petrodiplomacy, Begin de
dared that The heart ol anyone
with a memory will shudder,
knowing the consequences of the
guarantee given to ('/echo
s|o\akia in 193*1 after the
Sudetenland was torn from it
tor the sake ol s,-H
determinal ion
Said Begin \nv man ol
goodwill .aid anj tr.-. person in
.iii xamine this
nt Ithe \ tnicr resolut ionl
wo.. ., m a ,i Munich
I le
histi no con
in prop, sed I un ipi
iritj
follow inj; iated p< i

anization would
pan iripati
LAS! WEEK, Begin called
Kurope morallj unfit to join
the mediation process tollowmg
ihe breakdown ol autonomy talks
between Israel and Egypt
The i ipposn ion Labor Party,
led bj Shimon Peres, while not
going quite as far as Begin in his
sharp rhetoric. nevertheless
noted that Europe itself would be
the chiei victim' of its Venice
resolution
The Israeli newspaper.
Haan noted, The Europeans
should be condemned for seeing
in ,i terrorist group a partner in
the peace process, but these are
the ways ol the 1980 a Begin is
wasting his time bj trying to
revive :n<- memorj ol the
Holocaust rhe PLO has won
t ivi recognition I torn
U estern I uropt \nd this
ihli develop
ME VNW HILE a PI I I
munnjui ^ enice
ution was an attempt
'.. S spi insi ired ( amp
I),i\ u in t'
impasse and isolal ion It ca
the plan an atu mpt t" di
\ r. 11 > ounl ries into t hi
(amp l>av id proi eSS
In Cairo, officials said Egypt
would like to s... an African Mid
east peace initiative aimed at
Palestinian self-determination.
but the} emphasized that the
initiative would have to fall in
line with the (amp David ac-
cords
In Syria, a statement in Da
mascus framed by the PLO called
the Venice resolution weak and
blind.''


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French Problems
They Promote Rising Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK The economic
social and political instabilitv in
France has led antidemocratic
forces to exploit the situation by
blaming Jews for all that
country problem*, according to
tb- -\nti-Defamation League of
B nai H nth
|| the age-old Story of
WpMlMlilH lew* Maxwell F
\|)1 national
rman. Mid in a report "n
From h ant i Semitisni
nberg remarks
n a Stud) I b)
SI n Samuels director of
\IH.* Eur
which deal* with the continued
lilt)
wing and tr ieft
new lefl
,ini worker uph
I \ PTOVER element! Na/
me and ultranat: As wl
oppoaed Ugi riaui ii
old
It i* noted that the*,
groups have claimed respOB-
sibility for some 60 attacks on
Jewish persons or property in the
past five years
The easy access of old right
spokesmen to the press
demonstrate* the influence
enjoyed by this ideological wing
the MM. analysis point* out
Cited i* the November,
interview in /. / -i leading
new weekly, with I-oui* Darquier
de Petlepoix i ailed the Hokv
Jewish propaganda" and stated
that in \uvhwit7. onl\ lice
wir- ga***-d Vich)
\.: I ajbn 1
laum h^ i popular
ling hi*
ind *upport
Frar ,u\
.
new right
f GRECI
Group for Research
St ud > I E '.'}'
tion and the t'lub
d Horioge lTrn Cloeli Clubl
* right Crew
en include*, former lefl
EX-SS Officers Go on Trial
H> DAVID KANTOR
BONN IJTAI Two
former SS officer* accused of the
wanton murder* of concentration
camp inmate* went on trial in
Hannover alter a four-year detaj
indictment* again*! \lfred
i irama, 74 and rnedruh W ilheim
H.\ I t were presented b) the
Pro an utor in 19
The) are charged with Crimea
nuttead in April. 194!
shortl) before Mnti*h troops
i pied northern Uerman)
According to the indictments.
IDS and K. \ were in chargl
the evacuation of the Hamburg
Neuengamme concent rat ion
rip whose 5,000 inmau
ordered on \|iri! 7-8, 1945 to
POSITION WANTED
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o' i ..-< -".'*' i 1
">* e"t cv'tonaM, .dwtn.p
lul.1T M.8M, COAmtnOM ttii
K>iion VMM Baa 2Q n Jumi Hmr+**
po imoi mrxm mm. nm moi
march some 80 kilometer* to the
Bergen Belaan concenirai
camp
KF\ IS accused tpecificaU) of
*h<>ting one inmate Moaas
Soedermann, because he
allegedl) stole piai of on
from an SS g lard I!
accused ol shooting five other
inmate* in a tit ol anger because
.ild not tind hi* knap
[*wo more inmates wen
murdered b) Rei in a dts|
over -c an food In numl-r ol
oth.r cases he killed inmate*
who could not march !a*t enough
H. d with ordering T
inma tig their owi .
I lien *hootmg th,
Similar charges were bn
linsl Grama He is accused in
i shooting an inmate
w ho ii i\ .red the bod) I'! <:
companion with a cool dram*
claimed in court that none of the
charges was. true Res refused to
make a statement
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who sought to build an albance
with Russian dissidents against
the Kremlin but became
disgrunted because Jewish
refusenik* are more concerned
about emigration than reforming
the So* iet political system.
THE new right according to
the \DI. report, led bj Main
Benoist whose Copernk
publishing concern i* th< source
booki which propagate
theone* ol racial uperiorit)
Among it* title* have been /
Inequality '' b> H J
1 \ sen< k R
ICtl and the
pet
of
im >n*
: right the elitist
(ink of the new right ha-
influential -j-'ke*.man
' if the I rench Pn drJenl
contributed toa lsen !>>ui* 1' 'I La
weekend cult;.
supplement, i> affiliated with
Main Benocai ami amcs the
paper w.i* taken over t) Robert
Herssnt, it ha* become the new
right void DO) \DI. said
llniaal in 1940, was the leader
of the racist fasciat %oung
Front,' estabbsbed b) the Nazis
on the Champs ElyaSM \DI.
said
I HE AD1. *tud\ points nut
that French leftists an u*mg the
right wing canards about .lew* to
serve their support of the
Palestfat Liberation
Organisation Furthermore, it i*
observed there has l>een a
spillover to governmental polar)
whuh ha* become increasing!)
anti Israel in it* fawning upon
Vrab oil aheiks, it* art*-.* salai its
opposition t. i ami I.iv id it*
ignition ol the l'l.<
pinion in the
lour yea I I i U d a
drop m pro Israel v iewi fron
pen ent in
Ma> I9H0 i ons erai ,\ aupp i
tor Arab* rose from percent to
10 pen ent ui the same period
M'l office m Parii i*
investigating the international
link* l>. ween anti Semitic
inizations in I ram arul the
real of Europe and the United
Mate*
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Jewish Feminists Fear
What Will Happen
W \\ YORK '
feminists have voiced deep
nt mi nt and profound
disn next month *
World < OOfl the I nited
mnu Decade for Women to !?.
held in ( otM-nhagen has ben
subverted b) the intrusion '.
plllltM al issue the all'
plight of Palestinian women
Chiae Her/ig 00 president of
the national Women Div iaioa of
the \mencan Jewish Catagreaa
-poke on behalf of her
iin/-itK>n and the Laajdarahip
Conference .^f Satmnal Jewish
W ..men s < h-tfari/ations. at a
planning meeting in Washington
propaganda
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and organ i u
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Another View of Lebanese Christians' Sa'ad Haddad
Continued from Page 1-A
invasion which took their forces
as far as the I .it am river
UNIFIL's job is to guard the
perimeter of the enclave, which
runs from the coastal town of
Ross Hiada in the loop east, then
north, then east again They are
charged with preventing the
infiltration of the enclave and.
ultimately, of Israel by the
forces of the Palestine Liberation
Organization. "They're just a
bunch of NOCs," an Israeli
general said to me. "You mean
NCOs."
"No. NOCs not obviously
cowards, not too obviously,
anyway."
LETT ME describe just one
incident, not much more than a
year ago. Haddad, who
dominates the enclave (with its
population of 35.000 Christians,
30.000 Shi ites and 3.000 or so
Druse) was observing the sector
of the perimeter manned by the
Norwegians
A Red Cross van drove up to
the UN1FIL emplacement
carrying, so the driver explained,
medical supplies for the enclave
village of Kafr Kila a village
supposed to be sympathetic to
the FLO The Norwegians in
spected it. and waved it on.
Haddad stopped and searched
it. about a hundred yards past
the emplacement. deMgnedly
under the eves of the Norwegian
commander Inside he found a
RuMUUVmadt Gwyanov wheel-
mounted machine gun. am-
munition for this gun and many
others, bombs, small anna and.
inside a box labelled surgical
dressings a quantit) of hand
nil".
IHK NORWEGIANS then
plained to the l N1FIL
mander, Gen Mexsnder
menu* I Erskine, t hat Hadd
w i- heir job impossible
The incident was not ex
onal. Inn typical Whethir
a- Hadd d t he 1 sra<
believe~ the various national
contingents in 1 NII 11 acl as
. do in simple reflection ol the
FLO stand t heir

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not know
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arrested. imprisoned and
humiliated the French com-
mander, without evoking much
more than token protests On the
other hand, a Norwegian soldier
who married a Palestinian Arab
girl and was sent home because of
the partisan involvement this
would suggest, was immediately
re-employed as a public relations
officer with UN IFIL
And neither the Israelis nor
Haddad makes any complaint
against the Nepalese and Figian
contingents who. as a matter of
honor, discharge punctiliously
their duty of preventing in-
filtration
Two nights after he had found
the Guryanov, I met Haddad in a
hotel in Metulla. He stood for a
moment in the lobby, looking
about him. at east In contrast to
the Israeli soldiers in the hotel
and around the town, his green
fatigues were immaculate, his
boots polished.
A SPOTLESS white tee-shirt
peeped up over the V of his open-
necked shirt His forage cap was
centered exactly over his
forehead. He looked colder,
harder and tougher than any man
I had ever expected to meet in mv
life
The Israelis are no slouches at
fighting 1 was therefore im
pressed by the regard the Israeli
officer escorting me a colonel
with twenty years service
displayed toward* Haddad
Later that evening, Haddad
had t>> reeroH the border to
whatever place in which he would
spend the night About his future
movement! he tras ascretive
even with the Israelis He
questions the quality of their
security I ven appointments'or
suggestions tor appointments
tor the n. \t da) were met with
studied \ agueness
I cannot aaj thai in the tew
hour- nt tin-, our first meeting,
I laddad n but, poring i n er
fmlitar) map- ident the
;'-itions frit nd and t \
patiating on the difficulties of
protecting his villagers not only
from tire and death from the
I'l.i i but hi indifl
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n ties in an unending stream
he becan .i bit mon I i
the onung
HE SMILED one sadly,
when asking me what British
gn polio wa- these dayi
and laughed once, when I .i-ki-iI
him what further help he would
like from the Israelis, iContrar)
to recent and general im-
preion- the [sraali Govern-
ment, and though it -u-tains
Haddad tone-, is unwilling to
be la\ish with equipment for fear
of repercussions from the l;Nl
\1o-t of the time, though, he
wa- t>ent over the maps he had
sent for and in which he was
instructing me Here was a place
he was sure of Here was a line he
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Beirut told him was good.
Hut. was Beirut reliable?
Beirut was the Christian
establishment of the Lebanon,
and I thought that he thought
that the Christians in Beirut did
not much approve of the peasant
Haddad who had taken over in
the South.
BUT HE fights on He pulled
at his moustache brown and
gray and talked a little, about
his unending and bitter war. He
now has no private life, but I
learned something about his past
422 years in the lebanese Army,
the constant slog of fighting for
the south as his country boke up
and his fellow Christians in
Beirut were shelled into virtual
insensibility by the Syrians, the
suspicion followed by gratitude
with which he greeted early
Israeli aid. the relief that at-
tended their massive sweep into
South I accompanving their replacement
by UN IK II.
Nothing in his life for years
and nothing that he can see in the
present or the future offers
ground for hope. His own
commanding officer cracked
under the strain and retired to
l-rael and a pretty girl I don't
suppose." he -aid. that there'll
ever be a Lebanon again
Yet he fight- on and. in mv
estimation, haa the inner
-trength to fight on indefinitely,
until one da) as he da-he- from
village to village, or chaaes a
terrorist convo) or gets into
firefight too big even for him. he
giM's down in battle
I do not suppose that, in all our
time together on that occasion.
Haddad once raised his voice, or
spoke in any way in anger. I have
never, indeed, heard him sound
emotional By and large he lays
facts, opinions and prospects on
the table with as little evident
feeling less, perhaps than a
man turning over the pages of a
parish magazine.
FOR ALL that- and I have
seen the same thing subsequently
then- was a distinct and per-
sistent curiosity in his con-
tribution to our conversation. For
him my visit was an opportunity
to inquire, with sadness rather
than bitterness, how it came
about that the Christian world of
the West, and the churches and
the great institutions of that
world, cared so little about what
was happening to him and his
people
As he catalogued the unending
flow of Russian weapons cap-
tured by his troops or used with
savagery against his villagers, he
wondered aloud at the in
difference of the Western powers
to thi- evidence of the spreading
-tain of a hostile influence in the
Middle 1 a-t
His contempt for the UNIFIL
troops was professional rather
than political Politically, as 1
have alreadv ,ml. he judges
them to lie acting in accordance
with the wishes of their gover-
nments go% ernments w huh h.iv.
alreadv accepted the
inevitability, if not exact!) the
desirability, ol
elimination of [,
population of Labi
HE IS N()T,I
given u.-or capabb _, ""
cultural generali/at...:. but inh,
eyeslfeltlcoul.l.,,,^;
evidence yet otti, *
cowardice of Chnst.an and
Western civilization
When we part.Hi. 1 fekcokW
exhausted and harrowed \nd of
course. I had been unab|p't(,
answer any of his question.
v\ hat is ineai apab .
temptible. though > tB|
hypocrisy, deo | *ri right
deviousness of the I nitre
Nations and general Western
policy toward- him an
people
.,l.#>.y>. that >aad
Haddad i- b) natun
chivalrous, or even ag man I
should not care la n the
opposite side to hint ind I air.
prepared to believi thai hi,
reputation for rutl
justified But I fii
fight of hi- fellow, i ins.and
the fight of Lhi
Druse aliie-. admu
hennc
\\ hen. on the occa
tirst meeting, ,
and Haddad went
night soaked will
unkown rendezv
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The Big Question
Status of Territories in Years Ahead
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Envoy Denies Carter
Disavowed UN
Resolution of Mar. 1
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
SEW YORK (JTA) Donald F. Me Henry, the
United StatM Ambassador to the United Nations.
maintains that President Carter did not "disavow" the
United Nations Security Council resolution Mar. 1
criticizing Israel's settlement policy, only the references
to Ji isalem, according to an interview in the biweekly
The /Vein Leader.
I\ TDK INTERVIEW with Gertrude Samuels, a
l\ correspondent, McHenry said Carter did not
the vote. "He (Carter) explicitly said it was with
references to Jerusalem." the \mbassador
He went on to reiterate the policy with regard to
tits McHenry asserted thai the Mar
n "did not condemn Israel" and "was not an
lei vote. It was an anti settlement vote. I think
. irtant to get that clear
The U.S. envov rejected claims that he personally
ed the resolution despite the \d ministration "a
I work for the government and. when I speak. I
the government."' he said "No one has i
i xpress m> p< nal \ iew s
Bj SOLLY PRESS
JOHANNESBURG -
UT \i The hi^ question
lor Israel was not what
type of autonomy the
Palestinians required, but
what the final status of the
administered territories
would be in a few years"
time. This approach was
put forward by den. Haim
Barlev, visiting South
Africa as the guest of
Hahonim on the occasion
of its 50th jubilee.
Israel's former Chief of Staff
and Minister ol Trade, Industry
and Development in the former
Labor-led government, is cur-
rent!) Secretary General of the
Labor Alignment Barlev gave a
polished performance at Johan-
nesburg's Witwatersrand Uni-
versit) campus where he ad-
dressed .1 meeting held under the
combined auspices of Poalei Zion
and Tnual Alivah
WHILE HIS party shared the
national consensus in Israel that
there should be no Palestinian
state no divided Jerusalem, and
no return to the pre-1967
frontiers, there is a wide gap
with the Likud government on
the question ol the West Hank.
Harlev said Hi- personal view
was thai the only solution lay in
compromise, when none of the
sides involved Israel.
and the Palestinians
perci mi ol what they
id, bul none ol the would
mpl) handed
: irli'\ s v nw Israel should
trip along the Jordan
irilj purposes bul
im the rest of the
territories which
however, be demili
I'hus the Palestinians
ol Israeli rule,
*ould not obtain .1
a'.uh neither
Ionian nor Israel desired.
Jordan, though it would not
receive all the territory u con
trolled on the West Hank prior
to 1967 and since 1948, would
however regain control over its
fellow Palestinians Such a com
promise solution, observed
Barlev, had a far better chance
of success than a return to the
Status quo ante of 1%7. or a bi-
national state, or outright an-
nexal ion
BARLEV ALSO had his own
ideas about Jewish settlements
on the Weal Hank While not
disputing the matter of historic
Jewish rights, he did dispute the
political and military wisdom of
such settlement. By settling
Jews iin often remote spots on
the Weal Hank. Israel was in-
viting the opposition of the
entire world, the issue was
div uling the Jewish people inside
Israel itself: and the settlements
didn't contribute to Israel's
security.
Indeed, they were "sitting
ducks for attacks such as that
in Hebron. Also they were
cosily, and settlement efforts
ought rather to be directed at
Galilee where the Arab
1"'piil.it ion has reached 48
percent.
Wryly conceding that his
ideas had little chance of imple-
mentation while his party was
out of office, Barlev in a sub-
sequent interview said that it
was the hope and aim ol the
Israel Labor Part) to be re-
elected with an absolute
majorit) This would obviate the
need for dealing with coalition
partner-- The question wasn't
whether Labor would win; the
question was by how big a
margin, he obser\ ed
BARLEV ,lul not up
i.il elect ion prior to t hi'
v>\ i mbei 1981 dati hen the
present government's term
expiii Mi anwhile, he pointed
out, his party's ties with other
il Democratic parties abroad
through the Socialist Inter
national was the envy of the
Likud, since this association was
a major channel for getting
Israel's side of the Story across
in Europe and elsewhere
In the interview. Harlev
referred to Israel's mixed ICO
nomk system As was the case
m many countries. Israel had a
private and a public sector Yet
Israel had a unique feature in the
form of Histadrul. a body which
not only dealt with trade union
matters but acted as a develop-
ment agency
It was not a governmental
organization, nor was it a merely
profit-motivated business The
Histadrut. Harlev said. was
prepared to enter development
ureas where the prospect for
profit was little or nothing
While he welcomed the existence
of the private sector and its role
in investment. Barlev said that
in the case of the Histadrut's
development activities. profit
was not the only motive in re-
building the Jewish homeland.
WHILE IN opposition, the
Labor Party has had more time
to reappraise its policies and the
problems facing Israel. said
Harlev He noted that Israel was
Iiv no means unique in the world
of developing state-- in the
matter of bureaucracy. Israel
bad only recently started with
the university-level business
administration and public ad-
ministration course, something
he welcomed
\ developing countrj did not
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Harlev. some ,it the best public
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I srael hailed from t hi i ra ol t he
British Mandate and even from
l he ( It 1 Oman period
lie had been ask,
< uses in I -i H in order !c i
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situation bad evolved in ivi
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In Iran
Hostages: New Breed of Martyr
Bj ROBERT E SEGAL
Humiliated by the unending
Iranian stranglehold on Amen
can hostages, our great army of
: piMMI has been playing
,11 with their CfftkaUna <>t
pier) pef00 and every bit of
,-rv (-onne abortive raacua attempt ITiia ii
MMOn oi recrimination
pundiU *h" lake Ic their
ntera when mission tails
in reaaoni for the
King ol llM -< apegoats
elect n'ii \ u hmtm
. bU h>- moat ol the
darta He has bei
loo pat* ni
. ni ed loo hesitant, too
too tru-ttul i>t the
i- well .i~ loo suspicious
military I ha overriding
ol failure si .i noned
Joseph Kr.iii h.i-
led, ia the sanctimonious
,m "i Jimmy Carter
> \I l s si \k graduate. Bill
always three steps
ni the pack ol Mondaj
,: quarterbat lu i>
i by hi* own thought
..in s,)\ id agenl h.n ing
ti .1 the highest at netons ol
Washington atrategM ap
- may have telegraphed
ii ue punchea t<> the
I urtharmore, t 'y \ ancc
have hern bothered with
ussibilit) himself hence
parture from the office ol
Si ntaryol State
: briel moment in the *un
.-. i .it suapM ."ti pointed to
irlie \ Beckwith, \rm>
da "l the ground forces
: iting m the rescue effort
-> hell-bent for churning
: he deserl '.mil and into
i mba saj prison 11
t be g" ahead dt spite
ni-' N.> ,i million tui
told Us
rave .i n ildier a- l hi n
,i rescue offarei as ex
ii .i- i he most si \
ed i .in. i lling I he daring
when failure and
lit. struck hun as

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ad> isahiht> or quixotic nature ol
the great rescue attempt began to
subside, a new hostage episode
bursl ujxin the from pages ol our
newspapers Hall year aftei the
seizure ol the Vmerican embess)
in Teheran b) radical Iranians
with the \yatollah Khomeini's
blessing Iranian Krabsconfused
the world bj seizing the Iranian
embassy in I.on<:
Now the gam. plan was not
Khomeini terrorists vs Vmei
innocents bul a minontj
from the southwest provinci ol
Khuzisian vs representatives ol
Iranian rirch
l>> In this m
natioi
un-
\
Khu/isi
blow up the 11
Ii 'i .iik! kill then
Ira
Vrah polil ii .ii prisoners
\M I HOI (.III we had
one iii the mosi astounding
lA.ui.; ni s mhumanit) to
man .I.': I rated w hen the
\yatollah S di gh Khalkhali. not
: Vyati illah Khomeini, insisted
on ghouli-ii ..\ [ins,t ions
characterizing the desecration ol
the bodies ol the Vmerican
victims ol the ill starred effort al
rescue in Iran Hut this more
recent internecine maneuver
pitting Iranian religious fanatics
against Iranian Arab terrorists
outpaces tin- radar screening /one
ni our understanding
Students ol Iranian histor)
and culture have warned us that
we shall i ontinue to fail to un-
derstand developments in Iran it
We persist m viewing these
Uts with Vmerican blinkers
ii bed to our e> es
Hailing Vbraham our own
an -'' we t bought as
the I athei ol the Faithful,
once bad a reputation ol
tolerating both Judaism and
inn \ In these daj s wi
al i be tier. >lv nal lonalLsl ic
\ \ at oil,ib K homeini is so
restore t hi I slamii
to the role it occupied
two modem daj Shahs
: Teheran with oil
wealth that the religious leader
will us., anj means spill an>
amount ol blood, unleash anv
kind of havoc to achie\ e bis goal
t VI (.HI IN the crossfire ol
the modern Teheran created by
Shahs and the culture, frozen
in time, characterized bj all thai
is boh in Qum, our American
hostages constitute a new breed
ol martv rs
Timerman Accuses Knesset Of
Yielding to 'Political Blackmail'
JERUSALEM (JTAI Jacobo Timerman, the
former editor and publisher of the Buenos Aires daily. La
Opinion, accused the Knesset this week of surrender "to
political blackmail by the Argentine government.
Timerman, who was detained as a political prisoner
in Argentine for two years before he came to Israel last
ir, mad. the charge publicly al the Opening session of
the 13rd Congress ol the International Federation ol
Newspaper Publishers which presented him with its
Golden Pen for Freedom" award in recognition ol his
suffering in the cause ol a free press
THE AWARD ceremonies were to have been held in
the Knesset building but were transferred to the nearby
Hebrew I niversit) \ Knesset spokesman said this was
done due to requests by Argentine Jewry."
Timerman told the 150 delegates from IV) countries
attending the five-day conference that the Knesset
treated him nol as an Israeli citizen but as an Argen-
tinian piis.-ner.'
He thanked the Congress tor the award "in the
name ol the Israel, people, not the Israeli ''arharnent
which yields to political blackmail. He implied that
pressure was brought to bear by the Argentine govern-
ment Since coming to Israel. Timerman has been writing
a column for the daily Maariv.
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Airs Results Of
New Settlements
B> JOSEPH POLAKOFF
\\ \SHINGTON IJTAI -
The I s has declared that "the
movement ol Israeli settlers into
ihi cit) ol Hebron itself would be
,i step backward in the peace
process' but explicitly ruled out
punitive' action against Israel
In a statement read t<>
n porters. Slate I lepartment
c'hiel spokesman llodding Carter
said the implical ions oi the
ii I Cabinet s decision to allow
Israelis to move into houses in
Hebron, whose original Jewish
owners were massacred or forced
(29 in serious and
i,it reaching, and t he I S
i rnmenl is seriousl) con
d uboul them
( KRTFR SAID that the move
. ould ha\ e serious consequences
foi the autonomy negotiations
He added it would damage the
confidence <>t the parties, par
ti.ularlv the Palestinians on the
West Hank and l.a/a Strip.
because it raises the basic
question >l Israel's commitment
Lo lull autonom)
Vsked what "clarification" the
State Department has received
from the Israel government,
Carter replied. The Israelis aaj
the) can proceed with the process
ut putting settlers m when a
reporter suggested that the
movement did not constitute a
si-ii Ii nv-nt, Carter modified his
statement to speak <>l Israel's
positioning ol people' in
Hebron
When another reporter asked
what measures the IS would
lake as a consequence il Israel
persisted in settling occupied
Vrab lands, the State Depart
m.ni spokesman said he was
nol going into that Later,
when asked specificall> about
thai point, he said the I S would
nol lake punitive measures
VSKED WHAT I S polic>
would should Vrab citizens ol
Israel, nol Jewish citizens, move
into Hebron. Carter said he
would replv to thai later
However, he said, the I S policy
ol opposition to Jewish sei
lie ments in the occupied
territories has been stated a
million times
Carter was asked, "whose
vision oi full autonomy is being
violated" inasmuch as a basic
point ol lull autonomy appears to
be I hat people would be tree to
settle in lb*' territories He
replied that the pre
,-i.il.lishment ot positions has
vei in be negotiated and "steps
which pre judge oi prejudice the
outcome are prejudicial lo the
negol iat ions
I he l "s c.irier s.od opposed
unilateral steps to change thi
character" ol the ana He said
the I s is not ask.il anyone to
Ho beyond the framework lol the
Camp Davul accordsl or main
judgements conlrar) to their
national interests Mut B
comprehensivi settlement is the
best guarantee tor the safet) ol
Israel, (artel said
IIK NOTED that President
Carter's special Vmbassador t<>
the Middle East, Sol Linowitz'a
latest meeting with Egyptian and
Israeli negotiators had
produced the iirst practical
steps lor an autonomy
agreement and that the three
parties have reached a tentative
understanding" to !> discussed
l>v them when the interrupted
negotiations resume July 2-3 in
Washington. The central point is
thai all three are seeking to
resolve the palestmian issue and
an not going beyond the (amp
I ,iv id framework
( alter said he would commeni
later on a report that the
Palest i in' 1.1 lie ra I ion
Organization in Lebanon has
received BO medium tanks and
olhei armored equipment from
the Soviet Union Sources in
Israel reported that the equip-
ment is being kept in the Sidon
area "i Lebanon and would give
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Kndav. June 20,
Publishers Hear:
Carter Sa#s No'
To Role for PLO
Continued from Pae I A
European allies mi^ht do about
thiv oui position is clear and as
I'm
statement was an en
dorsi itiofl
tak< n x-> tarj I S
Muski< ng announcement
... n in \ .'iik e
rther told the
publishi rs that the bast wa) to
gel cooperation from Europe in
the Mil i I asl is to n
demonstrate progress u
cording to the (amp David
.u i ords
TO INK extent that we make
progress farter said, "those
European nations the
Scandinav lan countries and
others 1 think will come back
to a more Iwlanced approach to
the question.
And if we can ever get the
Palestinian Arabs and the
refugees represented in the talks
through West Bank mayors, the
(iaza mayors and others. 1 think
this will alleviate tension con-
siderably and not only will stop
the rash of UN resolutions but
also will -t rengthen support for a
balanced decision on these
matters.
Carter vowed to use all the
persuasive power that I have to
turage Ionian 1 Kin>;
Hussein in \\ ashington this week
for talks with th*' Presidi nl
join the United States, l
r gj pt in talk- on the future of
West Rank a within
the Camp I tat id rk
tSKED win
. n .i more forc ful stai
with regard to \\ il u
reign investments in the I nited
States i artei xplaii
9 you cannot single out a
particular religious faith
have a special law thai puts
restraints on them on the e\
elusion of others
it some of the $90
billion a year that the United
States pays for foreign-produced
oil was not reinvested in this
country, the drain on the U.S.
economy would be ver\
damaging
Arab investment in the I S
is not really that significant "A
much larger investment by. say.
a (ierman corporation or a
British or a Japanese corporation
is publicized not at all or. if it is
publicized, in a favorable light "
Arab investments. noted
President Carter, are highly
publicised
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Avowed Palestinian Goal Defined
By YFHOSHFAT HARKABI
Condon Chronii /< Sj ndii at*
I he liquidation ol Israel, and
nothing but the liquidation ol the
Israel, ia the avowed goal ol the
Palestine National Covenant, the
central polk) document ol the
Palestine 1. iber.u Ion
Organization
Tin- is the conclusion drawn
bj Pro! "i i hoshafat Harkabi, on.
ol Israel foremost Vrabexperts,
Khaustive stud) entitled.
-
\/. publisl b)
\ allentn Mitchi
In his introduction to the
lei
1 he I
that Israel should not exist is
implied in almost hall ol its
articles including those thai
formulated as definitions
axioms Mv definition, the
demand tor the demise ol Israel
>tnea .i matu r ol an ine\ itable
necessity, i kind ol scientific
truth
THE COVENANT *..-
originally published in midl9>4.
alniut three months before the
creation of the PLO. and
drafted by Ahmed Shukairy. who
founded the I'l.O and served as
it- lender until he was succeeded
bv Vasir Arafat in December.
1967
Prof. Harkabi notes that from
beginning to end" the covenant
is onesided. in which the
Palestinians arrogate rights thev
are not prepared to grant their
enemie-. and in which thev
hath*' in self -righUHMfMM
conferring on themselves
spiritual and moral \ allies
\\ hile the covenant does not
contain the gpreaeion
"liquidation >! Israel.
eupnemismt have bean employed
tor it the elimination ol
Zionism in Palestiro in article
lh< ure illegality
, stablishmi nl in
Zion
Prof the
i I >
inds and an
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pparentf) nisi and feasible plan
ol action, that both ot which
would give the ppwaranrw ol
moderation
WHILE THE PLO's verbal
niceties might appear to the
foreign observer unacquainted
with the tenor of Middle East
political debate as outlandish
sophistry. Prof. Harkabi em-
phasizes what within the regional
context they do have a dire
reality."
If. as he uggeata, the PLO
were to accept sdf-determination
as applying to only a part of
I'.destine, and it were to I- the PLO, it would indeed signal a
moderation ol v iea
\t this moment. he Bays,
then- an- no clear indications of
readiness to make such
change
In an interview with the
t lan m w s paper /
\lundo. in Ft
"i asir Vrafal : lan '. '
mean i
.'
out i
ons I li-
ol I srael |s t he gl
strug>;l< a: "iidelui" i
'- A-
the struggle have remained firm
since the establishment ol I )
in 1968 Pl.t' nth, i.ils and otht
pro Palestinian apologists in
a denial Stating that \r.dat
bean misquoted
PROP. HAKKABI also
llisillisseil the attempt l>\ the
PLO to play on people's credulit)
with the plea that the I'll I s
recognition of Israel is their last
card is simp!) dishonest
Palestinian recognition f
Israel, he stated, would pave the
way for their own international
recognition and participation in
negotial ions
But nothing helps Israel v is
a-vis the PLO more than the
latter s persistent refusal to
recognize Israel 9 right to exist
and thus us t.icit admiss
destructive intentions
PROF HARKABI
n pl.t) i
not root i
on l
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Strife at State'
View of Settlements Not All One Way
H, JOSEPH POLAKOFF
W \SHlNGTON
IJXA) The StaU? De-
partment'i 'bureaucracy"
dealing with the United
States position towards
Israeli settlement policy is
riven with strife and con-
f]a i a State Department
spokesman said after
having asserted opposition
to my unilateral steps""
by Israel on the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip.
The spokesman. Tom Reston.
,i- asked to provide an answer
to whether the U.S. opposes the
number of settlers in existing
KtUemeata. Declining to take
thf question for a response later.
Rest on said. 1 don't know if
ire in a mood to answer at
this point." referring t< the De-
nt s Mideast polky
maki that provide information
kesmeu
hi- was pressed you arc
d to it. Raton replied,
ril \ the hureaucracv is
/

Robert St ran
riven with -.trite and conflict,
apparently the press corps is
too
THE COLLOQUY aroac over
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin I announcement that
Israel would set up 10 more
settlements on the west Hank
.mil then stop building after
t hilt We oppose an) unilateral
steps on settlements, which
undercut tin- negotiations now
underwa) to achieve agreement
Gotham
ii
iiitj
For Jewish Businessman
Executed by Iranians
i ontismed from Page I v
\v atollah Kalkah. he
- ited in Mamadan
memorial service here
was also attended bj
: ,r s two brothers and i
m i- .ilso to express protest
is well as cow ern tor
Iranian .lews now im
ed in Iran and who ma>
DANIEL SHAPIRO vice
of the JCRC who
the program, said thsl
-\ and ell met
should not sit idlj bj
' h i ot the harsh I it
g Iranian lew i:
Shulman ol the Fifth
S) nagogue sa I
Ipoui was a h
who was blsmi le
nt of an) crime
* is murdsrsd Shulman
not hocaiisn ol h
i BUSe ot w hat he W a-
.-. He added
poui baa become s ^ mbol
red ot our enemies who
\ttack Israel and the
people" through him He
for a campaign to touch
the onacianca of the world, as
fata ot Iranian .lews
I he 45 minute memorial
-ring was also addressed by
assador Jerome Shestack,
s representative to the Inited
Nations Commission on Human
Kights and former president of
ln*' International I^eague for
Human Rights. He declared
'he execution of Danielpour
*nd others by summary
proceedings is a symbol of
iawlessneas. The holding of the
hostages by the militants is a
symbol of inhumanity. These are
'he symbols of the failure of the
revolution that so many wanted
*nd looked upon with hope."
THE SERVICE concluded
*>th the reading of El Moleh
Rachamim. the traditional
Jewish memorial prayer, by
t'antor Sherwood Coffin, of the
Lincoln Square Synagogue
Consul General Yosef Kedsr of
Israel, represented the Israel
tf'vernment.
Memorial services for
Uanielpour were held in other
major cities across the United
States. More than 1.000 persons
attended a service at Temple
Sinai in Los Vngelea spot
ouncil
njurn tion with the Temple
I arlier, two American Jewish
rs denounced the Ira
government s action Bertram
Kecutive v ice president of
thi \ I. wish Committee.
-,ii,l notes with
ion and renew iii COI
the report ol Daruel|

for the
'ionist
was "
I er trumped-up
mtainslhe
threat l
i-ntl) undet irrest ii
into
.....\l( M BRONFMAN
enl ol the r
, t ongress, in a statement
- where he was i n
rouu to Isrsel called the
. [)anielpour a cruel
.,,! ominous disregard of
civilized standards ol justice and
decenc) ll makes one tremble tor
those now behind prison walls
whose fate lies in the hands ol
men who have such contempt tor
international opinion and the
dictates ol ordinary humanity _
Bronfman statement was made
available by the New York office
oftbeWJC
on these territories (West Hank
and Gazal that all parties can
support, Reston said
Vsked if an increase in
population is a unilateral action.
Reston said. Yes, it not in con
sultation with other parties
But when asked if that would
undercut negotiations, he replied
he was trying to obtain ad-
ditional information if they are
(the bureaucracy I in a mood to
do so at this point
In defense of his settlement
program. Begin was reported as
having quoted President Carter's
statement of Sept 27, 1978 of
agreeing to additional Israelis
settling on the West Bank
Reston invited reporters to read
the Carter remarks that followed
the (amp David agreements.
THE PRESIDENT said then,
in response to a reporter's
question 'on no limits on ex-
pansion, that Israelis "were not
talking about an enormous
expansion of tens of thousands
-it people, but just tiny settle-
ments being expanded."
Carter also said. If we put in
an absolute freeze on all expan-
sion the families couldn't be re-
united The President said the
Israeli- emphasize how tiny the
total population was 1 thought
u was a good trade ott that in
dropping the expansion language
lin the (amp David accordal we
added on the language that the
status o| future settlements
be decided during the
negotiations
I hi difference in views be-
tween the Carter statement and
the Israeli version ol Begins
understanding with Carter oi
expansion ol settlements has
pla gued \ merican-1 b rael i
relations ever since But it was
understood in other remarks by
the Cartel administration that
an i fit In x ol some settlers was
not beyond the understanding.
\\ INDICATION ot serious
mis within the Carter \d
ministration in handling the
settlements poli.v and other
mailers came Irom
Stra js, the President's
special negotiator in the
autonomy talks Irritated over
i he foul up 111 the I S v ote tor
. Israeli I nited Nations
\ t ouncil resolut ion Mar
Strauss who is chairman ot
: n, President s reelection cam
paign, spoke ol the damn
Vrubists" in the State Depart
mellt
Personnel in the State Depart
- Middle East Bureau and
in other sectors ot the \dminis.
I rai ion are know n to be at odds
on how tar to try to pressure
Israel and also how tar to go
toward appeasing the Vraba
Egyptian analysts appear to
s,e Secret ar\ ot State Edmund
Musku- s address as leaning
.wards c s recognition of a
Palestinian state. But Reston
denied anv I S. policy changes.
President Carter previously said
he "preferred" that the West
Bank federate with Jordan.
no*"*'
Konoye? Leo Mi ml I in
Writer Refuses New
Role As 'Anglo'
Continued from Pane 4-A
willing part where I wound up
being an other American
surveys have become so crude in
their phony guilt-ridden for-
mulations, that they tend to
specify only blacks, Hispanics.
and occasionally Indians. Mexi-
cans and Philippinos as in-
dividual groups worthy of socio-
logical mention.
By default in this less recent
survey, I was therefore an
Other It is the twisted spirit
behind such categorizations that
has made me an "Anglo." a bed-
mate of WASP's and Catholics
privileged or deprived, depending
upon your lobbyist point of view,
not to be Hispanic
But if Anglos" and others"
these days grasp at me to pack
their numbers. I am not at all
sure that I am delighted by their
favor It is not that I want to get
back at them for having barred
me from their ranks these past
eons
IT IS SIMPLY that I demand
a category ol my own. I am not
an Anglo 1 am not an other '
I am through my roots from
Shklov in Moliver (iubemia.
Russia And 1 am entitled to be
id. ntified that wa>
Then- certain!) is no iden-
tification I can fed in not being
Hispanic, and tederal ground
rules on equal access equal
opportunity as they are presentl)
constituted tone me into a "non"
category, into regarding myaeli
as a zero It everyone is to be
judged according to Hispanic-
genealogy or negritude, then m\
new identification is in fact an act
Whyf Because today, I am
by definition something
altogether different not By
my own definition, but
tomeone eiae's Today. I am
a white non-Hispanic.
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of genocide against my unique
ethnicity, and I resist it with
anger, nausea, regret.
It is a threat to my security
and to my rights as a human
being My new identification not
only tells me what I am not. it
forces me into the "Anglo" mode
that never wanted me in the first
place and that, more important, I
have always resisted being and
therefore do not want to be now
that presumably I can.
ZALMAN SHNEOUR speaks
much more to the point about
who I am. about my JewLshness
and my faults as a Jew Conflicts
though Shneour may cause
within me. they are mint and not
to be lightly blotted out by trivial
government bureaucrats acting
on the political impulse ol the
moment who are ignorant of or
indifferent to Shneour.
They would not be. say. to
James Baldwin or to Jorge Luis
Borges, whom they have made
the new disciples of their new
gospel ol ethnic juggling Why do
they know nothing about
Shneour?
It the government bureaucrats
do not understand this, if they
an- so Insensitive to their
violating of my civil rights, I may
just throw a not
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Public Notices
INTMC CIRCUIT COURT OF
TME HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
EAMILY DIVISION
lie No MII7SFC
:e BY PUBLICATION
k marriage of
MO EKNKSTO
GONZALEZ
TO LaJCILA GONZAIJEZ
Buckingham
ilcago. Ill MB37
YoO ARE HKKEBY notified
thai a? Petition for DlaaoluUon
of Marriage has been filed
againat you and you arc
hereby required to lerve a
copy Of your answer or other
pleading to the Petition on the
Husband i Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS whose address la
1484 NW 17 Avenue. Miami
Florida 33123. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above, styled Court on or
before this is day of July. 10
hi .i Default will be entered
against you
DATED this day of June.
ISM
RICHARD P HRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
in M .1 Hartnett
June 13. 20 27.
Julv 4 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTMECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELt i NTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUS I FLORIDA IN
AND FOK UADE COUNTY
Civil Ad No (0 "77 FC
ACTION I OR DISSOLUTION
Of VAHRIAOE
H H .\ \ S
I tititirit- \\ Ife
l; \; I'M HOLLOW \V
Respondent Husband
TO RAl.l'H HOIJ.oWAY
U | Navj
11 Dental t'umpany
VfKl. San Kranrlsco.
California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an art ion for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are resjuired to serve a ropy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It SJB ARTHUR H UPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1315 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 21*. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with Ihe clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
7. 1MB. otherwise a default
will b entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
i uiiiBesinl or petition
TUB- notice shall be
published once each week for
four asBsscutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
wrWESS my hand and the
seal a* said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD HRINKER
AS Clerk Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By Deborah G Haas
As Deputy Clerk
> Circuit Court Seal >
uaaSB May SO.
June*. 13 20. 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 10-117}
(FC 12)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
Ml RAT HASTIKN
I .-utionrr Husband
and
\ NKS HASTIKN
Respondent W jfe
\ONKS HASTIKN
6IM NE '3rd Terr
Miami Florida
Vill ARK HEREBY NOTI
PIED thai an aition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
b) filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses If any.
10 il on A KOSS ATTORNEY
AT I-AW I' A attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami
Florida 33120 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7. IBM. 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 Um
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 21 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By V Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal I
A Koas
Attorney at Law. P A
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3312s
Tel 130BI 32* M44
Attorney for Petitioner
Mario Qulntero J r Esq
MM-. Way 30.
June*. IS. 20. 1M0
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. M7SS* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ULYSSES ELY.
Petitioner Husband
and
HI I.AH MAE ELY.
Respondent Wife
TO BCLAH MAE ELY
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any
to It on HERBERT SE1DEL.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address 2212 Blscayne
Boulevard. Miami. FL 33137.
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
on or before July 7. IBM.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
\-1 lark, Circuit Court
DadaCounty Florida
in If i Hartnett
\ Deputy i 'lark
'u cult C
HERBERT SEIDKI
I .
'
Maj
Juliet, 14. aU. JJJkU
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 M-7330 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Die marriage of
i;ran\ ILLS nottage
Petitioner Husband
and
PRINCES lot I8E
nuTTAGE
Respondent Wife
TO Princes Ixmlar
NotUge
Wilkinson Street
Nassau. Bahamas
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenaea. if any.
to It on ARTHUR H UPSON
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address la 1313 NW 10? Street.
Miami. Florida. 33109. and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before July 7. IBM. 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 the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seali
0KK71 May 30
June6 :3.2s,.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 80 7321 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ILEX LNDER SCHREIBER
Petitioner Husband
and
GERTRUDE BCHREIBER
Respondent Wife
TO Gertrude Schreiber
3511 Richmond Terrace
Apt No A
Saint George
Staten Island
New York 10301
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenaea If any
to It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address la 1313 NW ICT Street.
Miami. Florida and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7 IBM. 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 the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Deborah C Haas
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
JWJ72 May M.
June*. 11. 20. IBM
sb i---------a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CiNo re-uist (Otl
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR
FORECLOSURE ON
REAL PROPERTY
WASHINGTON SAVINGS
A LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF FLORIDA, a
Florida corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHI SHAN, an Individual.
BEACH CLUB VILLAS
CONDOMINIUMS, a
Florida non-profit
corporation, and
DIVERSIFIED SERVICES.
INC d b a BUDGET
RENTACAR
OF MIAMI,
Defendants
BEACH CLUB VILLAS
CONDOMINIt MS a
Florida non-profit corporation
Croasclalmant.
vs
CHARLES LAWRENCE
SHUSHAN.
Crossdefendant
To Mr Charles l^iwrenre
Shushan
MM Northeast 1S7 Street
North Miami Reach
Florida 33160
if alive and if dead, his un-
known spouseisi heirs, de
v iM'i-s. grantees creditors and
ill Other parties claiming by
through, under or against him
^ in ARE NOTIFIED thai
'.ion to Idrei ''- i lien on
., i
Count) 1-
i ndomtnlum I 'nil No "i
mm CLUB
CON KIMIN v
Ilk
. .. ,
- --
lie.....I- nt Dada C unt)
ll, \ K \
N ...
n Mia m i Baai h
Florida xusu.
has ti.-i n lileil against you and
you are required to aerve a
Cop) ol your written answer
and or defenses if anv. to it
on JAVITS and KARP. 3360
Blscayne Boulevard. Suite 304.
Miami Florida 133137 i. to the
attention of DAVID A KAKP
on or before July 7 18M. and
file the original with the Clerk
of the Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter.
other* lse. a Default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the Com
plaint or Petition filed herein
This notice shall be pub
lished once each week for four
i JEWISH FLORIDIAN. Post
Office Box 012873 Miami.
Florida 1331011
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 23 day of May
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By L C Bedaase
Aa Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
JAVITS* KARP
.1330 Blscayne Boulevard
Suite 304
Miami. Florida 33137
.JUS, S7S2S
DAVID A KARP ESQ .
Attorney for
Croasclalmant
0Mw2 May M.
Junes. 13. 20. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the underalgned.
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of
It STICK SECURITY COR
I'ORATION at number 144 SE
13th Terrace in the City ol
Miami Florida intends to
tar the said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Clrcull Court of
1 '.ol.- i kjuntj Klonda
Dated at Miami Florida.
.his MUl da) of May 18*0
CIKACOOK. President
: ESTER Rogers
Attorney for Applicant
I4M NW 17th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33123
|>WI3 June* 13 20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11 TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case Ne. N 84*) .,
NOTICE OF ACTION
DELFORM. INC etc..
Plaintiff
vs
CLARA M SANTOS
Defendant
TO CLARA M SANTOS
Residence Unknown
YOU. CLARA M SANTOS.
are hereby notified that a
Complaint to foreclose a
certain mortgage on the
following described property,
to wit
Lot 7. in Block 1. of
MANGO HILL, according
to the Plat thereof, as
recorded In Plat Book 103.
at Page M. of the Public
Recorda of Dade County.
Florida
u been filed against you and
.cm are required to serve a
opy of your answer or
pleading to the Complaint on
Ihe Plaintiff a attorney.
PATRICIA M sn.VKR ESQ
Post Office Box A. Miami
Baai h. Florida 33138. and file
the original anawer or
pleading in the Office of the
Clerk of the Clrcull Court on or
before the isth day of July
1880 If you fail to do so. Judg
men! by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
This notice shall be
each week for
foot I I rouse* UtlVC wi-i'k*
I' \ i> 11 .it i iad< i Sount)
I
HARDI BRINKER
um t
By VI i
I l KM'
NOTICE UNDEW
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nil riCK l- HI REBY
GIVEN ll
. -iness
the in litlous nan
rACOR I USTRIBI TORS ll
numbs* T3E1 B NW th Su
in the Cltj of Miami Florida
Internal to register the
name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Court of Dade Court)
Florida
Dated at Miami Florida
this 30 day of May IBM
T* A CORPORATION
PMUPCO0K
Attorney At I...
BM Hisiayne Building
Miami Florida 331M
Attomev for Applicant
0"23 June IS 20. 27.
July 4. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In buaineas
under the ftc litlous name
SILUETA at 243 SE First
Street Fourth Floor. Miami
Florida 33131 Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
Hartal
Gonsales Quint
M824 June 13. 20 27
July 4. 1M0
IT
18WI
IN TME CIRCUIT COURT
OF TME 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
CASE NO. M-7440
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage of
NELL M DOMlNigt K
Petitioner Wife.
and
WILNEH DOMINIQUE.
Respondent Husband
YOU. WILNER DOM!
NlqUE. realdence un
known, are required to file
your answer to the petition for
dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court
and aerve a copy thereof upon
the petitioner's attorney.
Herman Cohen Esq 822 S W
lat Street. Miami. Fla 31130
on or before July 7 IBM, or
elae petition will be ronfeeaed
Dated May 22. 1M0
RICHARD P BRINKER
Oerk Circuit Court
BY V CLARK
Deputy Clerk
0M7< May M.
June* 13 20 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne 30-7M*
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th. Marriage of
UEATKIZ PE H W
Wlfi
..mil
LLBERTO IK ll vn
Husband
It sLBERTO I'EJt an
Resident e l nkno*n
Yol %RE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an ai tlon for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed againat you and you
..i. required to serve a copy ol
vessj written defenaea if any.
to it on A'.BERT I.
CARRICARTE, P A attorney
(or I'etitioner whoae address
is 2481 N W 7th Street Miami
Florida 33123 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7. IBM. 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 weeka In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this 2lat day of
May. IBM
Richard P Brtnker
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
BY CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
AUIERT 1. CARRICARTE
P A
2481 N W 7th Street
Miami Florida 3312S
i 303 l S4-717
Attorney for Petitioner
00*74 May M.
Junes 13 20 IBM
NOT I c E or ACTION-------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 I'll
FCIM)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marraige of
DELIA V CUEVAS.
Petitioner
and
WILFREDO CUEVAS,
Respondent
TO WILFREDO CUEVAS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED 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 defenaea. if any.
to it. on CARLOI M MEN
DEZ Esq Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2883 W 4th Avenue Hialeah.
Florida. 33012 and file the
original with the Clerk of the
styled court on or before July
7th 18W. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
i omplaint or petition
This notice shall be
published (Mice each week, for
lour consecutive wssks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDI %N
WITNESS HI] hand and the
of said Court at Miami
u on thai -" da) ol Maj
IBM
RICHXRD P BRINKEH
\ i i Mirt

!!Y M ERICE
M Ml ni i- / Eaq

Ml
Mil
NOTICE Of ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M 'JtO FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl It.. Marriage of
m \ \ro 1. ibarra
\nd
rosa ibarra
to rosa ibarra
313 W ISA St No AM
New York City N Y 10032
rOt ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been tiled againat you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any.
to it on MARIO QUINTERO
JR ESS] A KOSS. AT
TOR.NEY AT LAW. P A .
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 101 N W 12th
Avenue. Miami Dade County.
Florida 33134. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 7. IM0. otherwise a
default will be entered agalant
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 21 day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
A> CUrk Clrcull Court
Dade County Florida
BY CLARINDA BROWN
As Deputy Clerk
i Cm uit Court Seali
MARIogl I.NTr.Ro JR ESQ
A KOSS ATTORNEY AT
LAW P A
Attorney! for Petitioner
ml N W 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 3312k
on bb -mi
Attorney for Petitioner
i>7:i May M.
June* ii.au, 18%<
- TNTHE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO M ')* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE Die Marraige of
IliNNIF LYNN ROSA
Petitioner Wife
and
EDWARD ROSA
Respondent Husband
TO MRS EDWARD ROSA
3450 Wellington Street
Norfolk Va 23313
NOTICE OF PI RLICATION
YOI 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
aald petition on petitioner a
attorney. GEORGE T
RAMANI. EStj. Suite 711.
Blscayne Muildlng 18 West
Flagler Street Miami Florida
33130. and file the Original
Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Circuit Court on
or before 7 day of July. IBM If
you fall to do so. judgment by
default will be taken againat
you for the relief demanded in
said petition
DONE AND ORDERED at
Miami. Dade County. Florida
this 21 day of May IBM
RICHARD P HRINKER
Circuit Court Clerk
BY N A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
owflt. May jo
_________June 6. 13 20 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 7t77 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ELEONOHA ALVARADO
Wife
and
PEDRO ALVARADO
Husband
TO PEDRO ALVARADO
8 Calle Orlente
No 438
San Salvador.
El Salvador
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed againat you and you
are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE. P A attorney for
Prtltloner. whose address la
2481 NW 7th Street Miami.
Florida 33I2B. and file the
original with the clerk of the
.ilm\i' stv led cisjrt on or before
July Id. IBM. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you lor the relief demanded In
Ihe complaint or petition
This notice, shall be pub
llshed on. e each week for four
cunaecilllve *ceks in THF.
IEW ISH FLORIDI IN
\ : n i -> irq haad and the
I aald court at Miami.
'.his II Sav of lull.-
H Utli P BRINKER
.a Court
li\ i 'lartnda Bi
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Jun.
lull 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No I0-4M7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage ol
LILY HRISTKR
I i titioner
.in.l
MILTON UKISTEH
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MILTON BR1STEH
Realdence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
vour written defenaea. If any.
to it un B H BRODY attorney
foi Petitioner whose address
is 33 NE 1T St N M B Fla
331(2 on or before July 18.
IBM. and file Um original with
Ihe clerk of this court either
before service on Petitioner 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
aeal of this Court on June 4th
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Ciartnda Brown
Aa Deputy Clark
0WI0 June IS. 20 27
______________________July 4. IBM
-----MoTIMoF ACTI6N-------
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. N-'l FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
ELM VKDOLONDONO
Petitioner
in.I
\N\ CIIAiit ENDO
LONDONO
Hespomlrnt
Til ANA CHAGl ENDO
LONDONO
\ptado Aero 33 23
Call Colombia
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of vour Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in thia court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenaea If any.
to it un R A DEL PINO. ES
(Jl IRK attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
1401 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July ll. IBM. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
Thia notice ahall be
publlahed once each week for
four consecutive weeks In
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this M day of May.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk Circuit Court
Dsde County Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seali
R A del Pion Esquire
um Weal Flagler St .
Miami Florida 33138
i 303 1*48-4411
Attorney for Petitioner
0XB22 June II 20 27
July 4. IBM
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ScNotices
ImOTICE under
ItlllOUSNAME LAW
TV0" HEREBY
gned
Is entJ.u.''- in business
. 4th
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ImOTICE UNDER
ItTtiousname LAW
'!"; HEREBY
; tha: undersigned.
_t u> engage ,n business
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nnjt Center at mo
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said name
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June IS. 20.27.
July 4 ItM
[notice OF ACTION
Instructive service
, ,no property)
the circuit court of
'eleventh judicial
jtcuitof florida, in
lofor dade county
|Ciil Action No 0'44J
FAMILY DIVISION
TICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
kK Tth marriage of
MIA v BROWN
Iruuonr r
OUj BRi 'AN
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In THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
>ADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number K> 40*
Division 0?
' OF
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if
RATION
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pending m the
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iMri'Mfs of the
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| forth below
i peraona are
ii iih thl court
rHRBE MONTHS
THE I- IRST PI DI.ICA
01 THIS NOTICE
< btuna against the
." in) objection by
I ru person lo whom
u num. ii that chat
I validity of the will.
qualifications of the per
al rvprrsentatlve. venur. or
dn uon of the court
M-}- IUIMS AND OB
jvnoNa NOT SO FILED
WED B1 KOKKVER
ttblicalion of this Notice
"begun on June IS. 1980
frriunaJ Representative
H\ MAN I' UALBUT
W* Washington Avo
liami Beach. Fla S3139
fnr> for I'eraonal
prrwntaUve
ndJ Menln
tNlN.P.A
rWashington A venue
MM Beach. Florida. S3139
hone T2 SlOO
Juno is, jo. iaao
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 10*07)
NOTICE TO DEFEND
k \\ II DA\ Hi BERN
Sum
I ndci the \r1Miir ami
Lil) ,i A ,. PI Living "It
i i.iu-.i I ml.....
\P. mi H v\ MJNER and
LILY \N \s \i iNER his a
Plaintiffs
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Ml iNiyi E DENIS!
M miner and
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living lawful issue.
I left-mlanls
in MONK)) E DENISE
M UNI R
THE ABO\ E NAMED
DEFENDANTS
Ralssdonca addresses
unknown
voi IRE NOTIFIED that a
omplaiflt to establish the
Math "1 MONIQUE DENISE
A iONER has been filed
igainst you and you are
equired to serve a ropy of
.our written defenses. If any
o said complaint on CYPEN *
SKA INS Plaintiff! attorneys.
a hose address is *25 Arthur
lodfray Koail. Miami IV.H h
Tunda 33140. on or before
luly llth. 19*0 and file the
ni(inal with the Clerk of thu
"ourl either before service on
ilalntlffs attorneys or
nimmediately thereafter
.therwise a default will be
ntered against you for the
-ellef demanded in the
Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal
of this Court on May SO 1980
KKHAHU P BRINKER
as t lerk of the Court
II* Willie. Hradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
il*09 June 6 1.1 20 27 1880
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 J'Si 107)
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl
REDO MENOCAI
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Ca*e NO M 7S*iFC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in hi-: Trio marriafo ol
\ni IREW LEDKIEW1CZ
PellUonai Huaband
and
HE MU IJSDKIEWICZ
Ri ipondenl w lf
I,, .i M'.l I EDKIEWICZ
\iiiir'>> i nknown
K.-,i.l. in t nknuwti
Vi ii \KK HEREBY NOTI
|-'lr:|i that a PaUUOfl Mr '"
solution ..I Marnage has been
filed against you and you are
required t- serve a copy of
your Answer or pleading to the
PaUUOfl n >,^,b":,t" !'nr,
ney. AI.AN S KESS1.EK 2S01
Collins Avenue. Su"' i?
Miami Reach h lorlda 33130.
and file the original Answer or
pleading in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court onor
before the 7 day of July >;
otherwise a Default Judgment
will be entered against you
DATED at Miami Hade
County, Florid*, this 27 day of
U.y lftflO
RICHARD P BRINKER
dark of the
Circuit Court
By M J Hartnatt
Daputy Clara May30
Juno*. la.. IM0
"N THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 0 4747
Division 01
IN Rr ESTATE OF
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Florida
lain i and Mm pi
in
el I rUl below
unrd to iiif *ith (iu~ court
within fHREE MONTHS
"I- THE FIRST Imhi.i
IN OF THIS NOTICE
ui laimi .iK.uast tht
ralate ..- i an) >ii).-< lion by
an interested paraon lo whom
niitn *.,- mailed that chal
lenges the validity ol Ihe will
the qualification! of the p^r
sonal repreaonuitivc van ii
juriadcUon ui Ihe court
Ml claims AND OBJEC
' FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publn atton of thu NoUi
has begun on June 8 IDNO
1' '-.mial Kepresfntatives
HARRIET OREEN
i kni Riviera Drive
i 'oral Gablea, Florida. 33146
LEO PLOTKIN
'"mi SW S3 Court
Miami I-'Inrnla 33143
Ulornej inr Peroonal
Repreaentatlve
LEO PLOTKIN I'a
SM3 SVi 4 s i
Miami Fl 13144
Telephone MM Ml 0752
'"*'" June 6. 13, 1HB0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No M toos FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
PETITION FOR
ADOPTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN IM- THr
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'.
1 TKA\EI SS OR
.\ Suite N
I Mm I mtendi to
name with Ihe
. '. i-
President
.: i*>i>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN tri.it the undei U| !
engage in buolneae
thi in Ulioua na
I.,,, .,! Florida InveatmenUi
,i i, a la.. in Florida al
i u.' Hlaleah I
intend "'"l """',
viiiii the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit o(
l tade > "t"uit > Florida
i. ,. i....-,in Prealdant
I laniel K( Eaq
vttonit') i"> Evi
JO 27.1W0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1
,;[\h:N that the underali
desiring to engage in business
,,,., ute fictitious name
l<* D REALTY CO at 1S18
Prairie venua Miami Hearh.
Florida SSI40. intend to
reflate! laid name nh the
Clerk "I !" Circuit Court of
1 i.i.l.' Count) Klornla
Ml RRAY HERKOWITZ
LRBEY HERKOWITZ
MICHAEL I.EFKOW1TZ
GABRIEL DEUT8CH
WIIS6 June IS. 30. 27.
"**________________July 4. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN lhat the undersigned
desiring to engage In bualnese
under the fictitious name
SEX TRADE INC at 7381
NW 7 St Miami. Fla SS12
intend, to regular "**
with the Clam of the Orcull
Court of Dade County. Florida
HUGOO BRETT
President
omn June t. IS. 7. 10

NOTICE UNDER
FICTIIOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY
he und

I 7370 NVi
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1DI in INC
\NltI INC
I'ACASO
Packman Neuw
nbei *;
ittomej foi
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0KSI0 I inn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i;iv en that the undaraunad,
I' Iflng In t'li^ax*' III business
undei the flcUUoui name MR
DIAMOND OFFICE (LEAN
INi; at bjto V.est Flagler
Street, Apt 104 Miami.
Florida 11174 intends to
tel -*.nI name with the
Clem of the Circuit Court of
I lade tounts EWmda
ROBERTO RUIZ
i June B. IS. I'O. 27 191*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 10 3035 FC II
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
TEOCLES HESAKMES
Petitioner Husband
am)
REJEANNE DESARMES
Respondent Wife
NOTICE HY PCBLICATION
YOU REJEANNE
DESARMES, Last Known
Reaidenl -'"4 NE ;i street. Apt.
i Miami Florida are hereby
untiled to serve a i npy of your
tnswei tn the Petition For
Dissolution nl Marnage filed
against mi upon Husband's
me) UEORGE NICHO
\- ESQUIRE 813 NW 12th
Avenue Miami Florida StlM
and file original with the Clerk
i Court mi or before July
-mi otherwise ihePeUUon
ill I.. i by you
i' \ lEi i this ird la) "t June
RICH MtD r BRINKER
Clerl irt
Ii) \ Hart
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V I

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY
. I '.
Iictitiou
H()I.I i l x1! INVESTMENTS
Hlaleah
k ol the
: I lade Count)
i lu
PEDRI i IKE 1' '
'
\ttomi
I lolly da) Investments
Ai 11 laglei 31 root
Miami. FLS31
,--, M.i.
lunefl 18 10, iom>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i ;i\ en thai Ihe undei stgned
desiring to engage in bualneai
un.i.i the ii.titimi.s name El
Ponce lie Leon Oonvaleecenl
Centei mtendi to reglater said
name with the Clerk uf the
Circuit Court of P.i'ie County.
Florida
Eastman Rehab Center. Inr
Misrahl president
May ui
lunc B, 13, -u. UWO
NOTICE UNDER
f ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
, ;i\ H\ that the undei si^ne.l
desiring to engage In business
undei the fictitious name
IMPLE MED IMPORT A
I XI'iiRT INC at 963 SW 1st
Street. Suite No 4. Miami. Fla
33130 intends to register said
name with the Ctorh of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
RodOifo Palacios. Owner
lKV,i May SO.
June6. 13. 30. 1980
NOTICE UND6R
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
MARTINEZ AND MEDINA, at
3233 NW 7th Ave Circle.
Miami. Florida Intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Emestlna Martinet. Owner
Margartto Medina. Owner
0M82 ay 30.
June". 13. 30. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
'ME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 1* FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
.. n!
1'AKl.OS \ PLAZ \
Petitionei
.mil
LLA M< IRENO
II \/ \
Respondent
I'o KSTELLA MORENO
PL LZA
i o Ligia Moreno
Carrera
Nil 7 M Cedro
Call Cnlombia
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
F1ED that .in action for
! ii .-'ilulion of Marriage has
been filed .tgainst you and you
are n-uuired to serve a cop) il
youl written defenses, if any.
tn it on MEIA1N J ASHER
attorne) Ibl Petitioner, whose
addreea la 1880 sv> Mh street.
Suite 41)7. Miami Florida
.uid file the original with
the i lerk of the above styled
court Ofl ui before July 18.
low. otherwlae a default will
be entered agalnat you for the
rciici demanded m the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
leal nt aald court at Miami.
Florida on this day of June,
I WO
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk llrrult Court
Dade County. Florida
By S A Bamer
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seall
i,ir.' June 13. 20. 27.
Juji 4. l-jen
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00 83* FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
STEWART ROY HAKST
Husband
and
M M'.II.VN WEI.ROD
H \K.sT
Wife
I' i MaiII)" Vx<
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\ lit Court
Dad Ida
lt> i 'lai inda Bi
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i ,r i lit I 'mil I
n..mi.in I Sniier Eaqulre
. \ irtl iti-' .in ne
Boulevard Suite 3702
Miami Florida 33131
itlome) i.ii Petitionei
iim.iii June 13 30 37
Jul) 4. l&
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i ;i\ en that Ihe undei signed
desiring lo engage In bualneai
undei Ihe licUUOUi name
s......ii International Export.
al Tin? NW 71 Street Meill.%
euh Ida i '' Intend to
lei said name uh the
Clerk m ihe Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Floi Ida
w allai e and
i ireta Maldonado Ownen
is.i Jiuie 13 1
July 4. 19K0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
LilVEN thai Ihe undaralgned,
desiring lo engage In bualneai
undei the in UUoua name Mid
A, .1 r.le. U II .ll Prodll. t- i'
Westward Drive. Suite I,
Miami Springs. Fla 33HW.
intends lo register said name
vi Uh the Clerk of the Circuit
Court nl Dade County. Florida
Wadco Incorporateil
Ru hard Waddlck, President
ne<37 June 13. 20, 27.
July 4. 19K0
----------leOTieiHUNDlR'
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name US
Golden Dragon Academy of
Martial Arts at 14 N Krome
Ave Homestead. Florida
33030. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Ctrcuw Court of Dade County.
Florida
JAMES A WARD III
AARON MILLER
08t39 June IS. 20 27,
July 4. lttO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i, i\ i n tiiat the undersigned
in to engage in bualneai
Ii the fictitious names ol
l s INSI R LNCE I'REM M
,,M| \NV il ti a I SIPCO
-. \s lath Avenue
Miam i la Intend lo
ti i said names ni the
ii, mi Court of
. i.ni. i 'ount) Fl
tbi am < 'lemer
Tina I 'lemer
-------i May 3d
June a 1.1 30, !<>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
IIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
indei the In UUoua name of
ii Mis TERRIFIC al c o
Frank Strelkow and Gay. S02
Capital Hank Building. 1606
Kenned} Causeway North
Hay Village. Florida 33141
intends to register said name
vi nil the Clerk nt the Circuit
Court ol Dade County. Florida
Al Huffman
Frank. Strelkow and Gay
Attorneys for Applicant
MB Capital Bank Building
n,in. Kennedy Causeway
North Bay Village. Fla 33141
isouo May 30.
June*. 13 X. 19K0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
iJIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
LITTLE M1SSJADOT at 7401
Nl-: Third Court. Miami.
Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court uf Dade County.
Florida
SEA SHORE
TRIMMING CORP .
By JAY HEELER.
President
S MEI.VIN APOTHEKER
Attorney for Applicant
Suite HM I ladeland Towers
'.i.iki South Dadeland Blvd
Miami Florida331M
"Vii"' May 30.
June 6. 13. 30. 1980
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring tn engage In business
undei the in litlous name MISS
I ADO r al 7401 Nl Third
f lorlda intends
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS N AM t LAW
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11ii tin
Court ol
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Ma) M)
.lull. 19M0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 30-74*0
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re Ihe marriage ol
ROSEMARY NORRI8
Petitioner Wife
CHARLES MICHAEL
NORRIS
Respondent Husband
ru CM \Kl.ES MICHAEL
NORRIS
.'ins Shirley, Road
w llmlngton
North Carolina 3Mtu
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action tor DISSOLUTION
i >K M IRRIAQE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
> i mi written answer and de
i.nses, if any. to it on DANIEL
GALLUP, ESy plaintiff's
at tin ney. whose address is 2356
Salzedo Street. Suite 309. Coral
Gables. Florida 33134 on or
before 7 July, 1980. 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 22.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk ol the Court
by Clarlnda Brown
Aa Deputy Clerk
11X899 May 30.
June 6. 13. 30. 1980


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PLO Terrorists Killed Off Shore of Nahariya
NAHARIYA, Israel Palestine Liberation
rwanization spokesman declared in Damascus.
V^, Monday that three PLO raiders "left
soldiers killed or wounded" before
thev themselves killed by Israeli defense
he shore of this oceanside town just a
. south of the Israel I>ebanon border
According to Israeli authorities, about 20
guly.tnorninC bathers were on the Nahariya
t-a>t- >' a m wnen a c'v'' guardsman saw a
pLO speedboat in the rising sun
t||F (il ARD called the navy, a patrol l>oat
wa- dispatched to investigate, whereupon the
PLO raider-- fired rocket grenade at the patrol
boat
I 'In- boat quickly responded with machine
guns, -.ink the PLO boat and killed the three
raider- in it Ac i ording to spokesmen, the battle
lasted about three minutes According to IM.o
source- m Damascus, the three raiders were
killed in a three-hour battle
Witnesses on the beach, numbering among
them a group ot I hitch tourists corroborated the
Israeli version of what had occurred, declaring
that they saw the bodies taken aboard a dinghy
s. nt out to retrieve them and their speedboat.
THE ATTACK Monday was the fourth
Palestinian attempt to raid this seashore town in
the la-! year Four Israelis were killed in a raid
on Nahariya just II months ago
According to Israeli authorities, one Israeli
soldier was wounded In Damascus, the PLO
declared. The attack was mounted to un-
derscore our people's armed struggle
Lipoff Chairs CJF Committee
Uterman I ipoff. a % ice
I th( l.reater Miami
n BJld chairman
init) Kelations
bau named
i ommittee on
I nt Fund
: the Council of
..his
Mandel, CJF
nt made the an-
I New 'i ork
Miami attorney, is a
Kional president of the
ih Appeal, and
general campaign
he 1977 CoaMBad
Israel Emergency
he served as
anal chairman of
lership Cabinet of
I nit.*: Jewish Appeal in

-s.Kiation of more
autonomous local
I .derations in the
.mti Canada, is
IS) -tern that in
..:<- nu or program com
\ itan /.i/
nuttee- determining CJF polk
and supervising ongoin
programs
g
eat h major -er\ ice
i mi
munity leaders the committee'
meet at the General Assembly
and th< CJF Quarter!) Meetings
The ( .1 i governance structure
include- community delegates
the board ..t director- and an
. \.* ut i\. committee
Major < JF committees are the
Campaign Planning Advisory
Committee College Youth and
I ... ulty i ommunit) Planning:
Community Services; Energy
Conservation: Federation
I ndOM ment Development .
federation Synagogue Kela
tions; General Assemblj Pro
grams; Intermediate Cities Ser-
vices Department; International
\ffairs; Large City Hudgeting
Conference; Leadership Develop
ment. Multiple Appeal-. Per-
sonnel Services; Planning for
Jewish Education and Culture;
Public Social Policy-Washington
Action Office; Shroder \ wards:
-mall City Services; Soviet-
Jewish Resettlement Program:
rax Policy Task Force; United
Way Kelations Women's
Div ision
Lehrman Named to Haifa Friends Board
. I.ehrman. rabbi of
i I- manu-EI, has boan
board of directors
chapter of the
I rienda of Haifa
ih- election was
\ >igmund StriK'h
praaidaBl of the
rienda, an organiza
Bunporta Haifa
Israel
Rabbi Lehrman has served
national leader in behalf of the
State ot Israel since its inception
He i- national vice president ol
the Zionist Organization of
\mirica and former national
chairman ot the Rabbinic Cabinet
ot the l nited Jewish Vppeal
Other board member- include
st,i.!un Muss. Barton S Gold-
berg, Herbert Sadkin. Dr. and
Mr- Maxwell Dauer. Gary
Gerson Norman Braman. Judge
Frederick N Band, Mr and
Mr- Mien Gordon, Harriet
Green l 1 Kislak. William I
Shockett, Mr and Mr- Morton
Silberman, Joan Callner Miller
and Harold Miller
Trade Status Favored for Rumania
trade
sub
Con
WASHINGTON IJTAI
n nt. of President- ot
\mencan Jewish
na endoraad another
Ktanaion of Most
.on (MFNI
latusfi r Rumania.
1b written testimony
litted on behalf of the
"me Jack Spitzer. president
H n... H nth International, one
the constitutuent
tis. mid the Trade
mittee of the House
a>- and Means Committee that
Iwpite some persisting
rablema, members of the
onfererxe believed that Jewish
migration from Rumania a
ijot factor in granting MFN to
ma
the Bucharest governmenc
w,i- moving ahead reasonably
well
SPITZER NOTED that in the
five s.ar- since Rumania was
tir-t accorded Most lav ..red
Nation BtatUS trade with the
United Mate- has grown
itically, and now ap-
proaches nearly II billion an-
nuallv But. he pointed "Ut
"during most of this period, the
volume Of persons emigrating
- a condition ol MFN status
under the Trade Reform Act
"has shown the opposite ten-
dency"
Jewish emigration to Israel
slid from 3.700 in 1974'- the first
full year prior to MFN to 1.200
in 1978 and 1979. Spitzer
v*
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r .v Babkoff. center, former head of the Department o,
gy of Bar-Ilan University, spoke at a meeting 0\ "<
! ritluU of Bar-Ilan at the Konover Hotel last
from left, are Mr. and Mrs Harry Bu*ch, Dr. Bab
-i r -'in it-/i, urr irir. unit !*> jiu--.- ---- .,
t-Vdio Goldring, chairperson of the meeting, ami t. i i
Voldr ng, president of Florida Frit
, .tends Or Babkoff noted that
PP'""' and head injuries among the population 0/ Israel an
: a MrtOlM problem, as a result of Israel S burgeoning
I ui, nt rate.
Rep. Fascell to Speak at
Soviet Jewry Conference
Congressman Dante Pa-cell.
chairman ol the Congressional
Commission on Security and
Cooperation in Europe, will be
tin' keynote speaker at a special
meeting of the South Florida
Conference on Soviet Jewry, a
committee ot the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
K.lat ions Committee.
The meeting will be held at the
Federation building at 7:30 on
Tuesday evening. July -
Fascell will address the
meeting about the impact of the
1980 Moscow Olympic dames on
Soviet .lews and human rights
violations against that com-
munity He has a lengthy record
in the House of Representatives
on behalf of Soviet Jewry dating
back lo 1969 when he introduced
a resolution urging the President
to prevail upon the Soviet
Government to process past and
current requests for family
reunions ot Soviet citizens with
their kin outside the USSR
Sources in the Soviet Jewry
movement report a sharp drop in
the number ot Sov let .lews being
granted exit visas in 1960 after a
record emigration in 1979 when
more than 50,000 Sov let .lews left
tor Israel and the \\ est
At the same time, as the
Moscow Olympic (lames ap-
proach, sources report that
Soviet Jewish activists are being
classified as "troublemakers
and are being torced to leave the
capital .oui other towns where
Olympic events are planned
lb,- Congressional Com
' (~^
reported Conceding that the
decline could be attributed
partially to the skrinking base for
emigration, he said Jewish
organization- were convinced
that the decline also had
something to do with the
(Rumanian! government s policy
ot discouraging emigration.'
Hut last summer the
Rumanian government
negotiated with the presidents
Conference and reached an
agreement endorsed by the
I s government itself
which. Spitzer explained, the
Conference hoped would result in
increased Jewish emigration as
well as a means of monitoring
applications in process.
SPITZER "noted with
satifaetion" that emigration thus
far this year is "significantly
ahead of last year's pace. We are
also pleased that much of the
backlog that existed last year,
including some very difficult
cases, has now been resolved, he
said On the basis of the im-
proved, record. Spitzer con-
cluded, the Conference of Presi-
dents can recommend another
extension of Most Favored
Nation trade status.
He added that the Conference
will continue to monitor
Rumania's performance closely
and hopes Buchareat will aaae
emigration procedures still
further so the Conference can
giva an unqualified endorsement
ot another extension of MFN
next year.
Congressman Dante Fascell
mis-ion on Security and
Cooperation in Europe was set up
following the Helsinki Accords,
formally known as the Final Act
ol the Conference on Security and
Cooperation in Europe signed in
1975 by :.'( Furopean countries
the United States and the Soviet
Union The signatories of the
accord pledged to respect human
rights as well as the sovereignty
and frontiers of the member
states
The first follow-up meeting to
review implementation of the
accord took place in Belgrade,
Yugoslavia in 1978, and will
reviewed again this September in
Madrid.
The presidential gavel changes hands as Esther Schneiderman
Heft) was installed as president of the Junior Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged at Doughs
Gardens for the 1980-1 term at a recent installation luncheon.
Outgoing president is Sally Schwartz. Both women live in
Miami Beach. The Junior Auxiliary, with some 1.000 mem-
bers provided the Occupational Therapy Department and
furnishings for the Home, along with organizing cocktail
parties, games, movie screenings, and the annual Father s Day
party, among other activities, for residents
dfewxslb Floridian
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Sixty-four kindergarteners
from the Samuel
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June 11. in the Friedman
I'hlar Auditorium
\ I'nbute U) ." an original
.pi written by Rosalind
Singer Lynda Magic and Sara
\v MM, kindergarten teacher*
at the school, was presented by
he children, announced Mr*
Dorothy K Gruen, early
childhood director
Greetings were extended by
Michael Scheck. president of the
* hool Fresentation of diplomas
was by Dr Lee Duffner.
executive vice president of
education A reception was held
m the auditonum following
exercises
(Si .._.;- ird in cap and (own
-J.-d K ixabeth Allschulvr
M ... SVrxV \rytt\ Blum [av>d
li.si.in I -*lir Battaa I'imfli Bnll |
hWalhc* Breaha Ira Con*n Yalene I
. : Oourtaaj Hwtnr
u> Jrnnilrr l>i<4rnfirld Justin
t'utxr Michel* Klbrwnd Julie Fass.
-- t rtjcanu Rachel Franco Chavi
Frwaa Sriari il*nad OWn Gilacb Billy
Mara Jivialhan Goldfarb Joseph
V.. rae. Goldmann. Starry
Qtwahauaa Scatl ilreenbert; tVborwh
ijr-rrit*-r>;er. J jjfiua Greenman
I Mark Haspe: Paul HilsenroUl
MiiLander San Jacobs Janna
Ki. ->.i Mich*: Klirurer Noah Kuttler
Marsha :> IVra Mildenberf Julie
M nei llailj Miirahi Me&andra
VI >ren Mutx. Jennifer Neren-
Jordan r'almer Adam Pen
tlunrti l*emna Kantx Jaaon Kenkof?
tw.ni.-l Roaenneld Sarah Samuels
Aan Brian Schmitx
- hratbaf haM Sr'.trr.
\ Settaa Jennifer Smith Malka
not CferMM Stuppe. Daniel
?vajm Rywn Tratnan Back)
Wfisblam \ Ar
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, Zemel
Graduation exercises for the
Samuel Scheck Millel Commumtv
Day School took place June 12 at
the school, announced Mr*
Hear} Salomon, director of
education
Shephard Koster son ol Mr
and Mrs Abraham Koster. was
the I960 class valedictorian, and
Hona Lang, daughter of Mr and
Mr- Wayne l.ang. was class
salutatonan Kvelyn Solomon,
daughter of Mr and Mrs IXm
Solomon. was ninth grade
Hebrew honor student Rena
\N olowiu. daughter of Mr and
Mrs William Wolowit*. acted as
mistress of ceremonies for the
evening
Tzur Setz. son of Mr and Mrs
Joseph Not*, and Franklin Left,
son of Mrs Rhoda Left, delivered
the invocation Sergio Stiberman,
son of Mr and Mrs Saul
Stiberman. and Javier Goldman.
\1r and Mr- Fernando
dman. presented the class gift
Michael Scheck. president of
t he KBOol
Ron. Ihibin. m of Mr and
Mr- liary Dubin. played a
medley o! Jew :-h BUM
Marshall Baltuch. executi\e
director, presented awards Dr
1-ee Duffner. education chairman.
presented diplomas, and Dr Joel
Dennis. president emeritus,
delivered the benediction
Other graduates included
Mike Belogorodskey. son of Mr
and Mrs. Yakov Belogorodskey.
Jeffrey Fngel. son of Mr and
Mr- Fdward Fngel. Renee
Gaudineer. daughter of Mr and
Mr- William (iaudineer; Bat-
sheva Iederman. daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs Louis Lederman.
and Joseph Zemel. son of Mr and
Mrs Morton Zemel
Honors to & Dade JWV Auxiliary
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Fvelyn UotMB, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans South Dade Post
178, announces that at the
Department convention held
June 6-8 on Miami Beach, this
auxiliary was once again the top
auxiliary m the state of Floraia.
winning the highest amount of
trophies of any other group
First place trophies were
received for cultural, legislation,
mental health, programming
publicity and \eterans service A
first place tie was received for
senior citizen- Bad -ervicen*
- -. itiofM rn received
.id to Israel. Amencar
and child welfare
ah Fi-enman. charter
president, was elected president
for the Department of Florida
Fdith So\ ins was elected
conductress for the Department
She has also been appointed
\ AYS to the Miami Veterans
Administration Hospital
Other auxiliary members
selected to positions in the
Department of Florida were
Fvelyn Clem, historian. Terry
Stafford, traveling gavel, and
Lillian Conrad, musician
The next regular meeting of
the Pool and Auxiliary will be
held on Thu- <: I
p m at Temp S Capital
\ -- Kendall
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At the recent installation of officers of !. ja
Louis Suchman. a past president of the <
cifcd for the many years of sen ice he has p.--
temple He uas presented uith a "President'-
congregation Shown in the photo are Rahhi E igi
spiritual leader of the temple. Louis Suchman ,
Harr\ Miller, t ice president of the congregat.
Beth Am to Honor Joe Rubin
Temple Beth Am will honor
Joe Rubin, cantonal soloist for
the past four years, at the serv are
June 20 at Mi p m Rubin will
be leaving for New York Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will preach on
the subject. Sing A New Song
The singing position for next
vear will be held by Rabbi
Morton Hoffman, who will join
the congregation in August
Besides his aiagiag
Hoffman will
congregation n mar. jpacit]
He will supervise adultl
education. Cbavurah a*b|
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Berman to Head Bonds
New Leadership
AJC Names Miami Residents to Office
Wallv Berman has been named
n.^ County chairman of the
of Israel Bonds New
Sjitdiin Croup. The an
uncement was made by Gary
gGerson Israel Bonds general
ampaiK" chairman.
fcrjon noted that the New
L^ership Croup has been
particularly supportive of the
u,sh State morally and
financial and said that its
unportance within the Israel
Bonds Organization is im-
mMsurat> fe-
ll, accepting the position.
Beman pledged to seek an in
Biased membership for the
poup and u< continue his work
onbehatti't Israels economy.
President of Financial
Architect Corporation. Berman is
w authority on insurance.
Mliaoni ml business finances
former president of HWW
tssocistion and of Berman St
Goldstein Corporation. Me is a
member of H'nai B'rith Financial
Watty Brrmaa
I-odgv and Tempi* Sinai of North
Dade
Bonds Arts Chairman
The director of the Temple
Beth Sholom Great Artists
fcnev Judy Drucker. has been
^appointed chairman of the
performing arts for the South
Florida Israel Bonds
Organization, it was announced
by F.xfcutive Director. Milton M
Parson
Mrs Drucker. a graduate of
the University of Miami School
of Music has performed in opera
and nightclubs She has provided
Miami with outstanding artists
b) enlisting the services of world
led pianists and violinists.
For her work on behalf of
Israel, she received the State of
Israel Atzmaut Award.
Former booking manager of
the Miami Philharmonic. Mrs.
Drucker is trie director of the
School of Fine Arts of Temple
Beth Sholom and the Lowe-
l-evinson Art Gallery at the
temple.
In making the announcement,
Parson stated that Mrs.
Drucker's devotion and her
programs of entertainment have
helped to achieve an over
whelming response from the
community in support of the
State of Israel Bonds
Alton Zucker Named
JWV State Commander
\ i Zucket "t North Miami
* as unanimously elected
in mander of t he
ni i't Florida, Jeai-h
,u the Uth annual
held al the Shen
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Highlighting the conclave was
an address bj l S San Richard
St< me
Vlso elected to office were
S< nior \ ice Commander I
Zimmen il Korl Lauder
dali I in*! Junior \ ice t 'om
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mitt" t nun Harold Melinson
Boca Raton Mm hael Si he* hter
d! Miami, \l Rose ol ( oral
Gables and Jamee Stern ol
Hollywood \atumal Polk)
Committee- Vinslee Ferdie ol
Miami
The tir-t quarterl) meeting ol
the naa administration <>t the
Department ol Florida will be
held at th.' Palm Beach Hilton
Palm Beach. Oct 10-12.
Dance Classes
leraal folk dance classes for
beginners intermediate '""I
advanced students are heldeveo
Wedneada> from 9 30 to 11 30
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Mollis (lersh and Sylvia
Kaplan, both of Miami Beach,
were elected national vice
presidents of the American
Jewish Congress at its national
biennial convention in
Washington, D.C. last month.
Rabbi I/Min Kronish of Miami
Beach was elected honorary vice
president.
Dade County residents elected
delegates-at-large to the National
(lOVarnlng Council, the Congress'
top policy-making body, included
Florence Baumritter of Miami
Beach, (ieorge Berlin. North
Miami Beach; Jack Gordon.
Miami Beach; and Alvin Stern-
liebof Hialeah
Other delegates to the Council
from Dade County are Robert
Brizel. North Miami Beach; Kate
F.delson. North Miami; Helen
(iould. Pembroke Pines; Belle
Kamen. Miami; Irving Kaplan.
JVS Rededicates Site
< >n Tuesday. June 17. the
Jewish Vocational Service
rededicaled Us newly renovated
site at 920 Alton Road. Miami
Beach J David I.iebman.
president of the board of director
of the agency, presided
The building was recently
remodeled U) provide more ef-
ficient use ol space for services to
the elderly
This major renovation project
was made possible by a grant
from the Florida Health and
Rehabilitation Service with
matching funds from the City of
Miami Beach Community
De\elopment Department.
Community leaders and Miami
Beach residents who attended the
ceremony heard remarks by
President J. David I.iebman.
Mrs. Barbara Broadbar. program
specialist Office of Aging.
Florida MRS; Miami Beach
Mayor Murray Meyerson; Harry
A. Levy, president. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbi
~*.| Schiff gave the benediction.
The JVS Nutritional
Program, which began in 1972. is
me of the largest kosher hot
meals programs in the country,
serving 1.600 individuals daily
and providing a variety of social
services to the elderly of the
Temple Or Olom
Temple Or Olom announces the
Tuesday evening adult study
group meets with Rabbi Samuel
Rudj at s p m On Wednesday,
the Hebrew literac) group meets
.ii B p ni
community.
The Jewish Vocational Service
is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the United Way
nt Dade County.
Miami Beach; Helen Obler.
North Miami; Sylvia Rivchun.
North Miami Beach: Zelda
Salomon. North Miami Beach:
and Judith Tepper of Miami.
Elected as alternates were
Lillian H. Ashe of North Miami
Beach: Roma Kaufman of
Miami; Gerry Koch. Bay Harbor
Islands: and Sadie Levine of
North Miami Beach.
Founded in 1918 by Louis
Brandeis. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
and other distinguished
American Jews, the American
Jewish Congress is a national
membership organization with
offices in 12 major U.S. cities. It
seeks to strengthen human
rights, protect civil liberties and
help secure the safety and dignity
of Jews abroad.

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1980
Leah Eisenman Heads Gray Heads Temple Menorah
State JWV Women
At last week's Department of
Florida convention of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Jewish War
Veterans, Leah F.isenman was
elected to the office of president
for 1980-81.
\1r^ Kisenman is a member of
South Dade Auxiliary No 778.
having served as president for
two years and was the organizing
president She has remained very
active in her auxiliary while
giving service to the state
organic .ion.
On department level. Mrs.
Kisenman has held chair
manships such as Americanism,
ways and means, cultural, and
has been editor of the department
bulletin Flash' for several
years She has chaired the Past
Presidents Luncheon and served
as department conductress,
patriotic instructor, chaplain,
junior and senior vice president
and treasurer She has been the
st.it. department convention
secretary for six years.
Other officers elected were:
t'eil Steinberg. senior vice
president: Carol Gold, junior vice
president. Belle S. Horowitz,
chaplain: Ida Kadin. patriotic
instructor. Kdith Novins.
conductress: Evelyn Clein.
historian. Mollie Shapiro, guard:
F.leanor Pales, treasurer: Lillian
Weintraub. recording secretary;
Charlotte Mittler. corresponding
secretary; Lillian Conrad,
musician.
Trophies and illations were awardrd
to the following auxiliaries for their
outstanding work in the various
categories
Aid to Israel, trophy winners Four
Freedoms Auxiliary 402 and Harry H
Cohen Auxiliary 723. rltaUons to South
Hade Auxiliary' 778 and Victor B
r'nredman Auxiliary S13 and Abe
Horrowitz 6*2. special service honor
mil citation to Century Village 265
Americanism trophy winners Albert
Aronovitz S73 and Norman Bruce
liruun 17*. illations to South Made 77*
and Delray Beach and William
Kreti hman 7JD
Child Welfare trophies to Four
krvt-doms 402 and Norman Bruce
Hmwn 174 illations to Homestead
Naranja 3M and South Made 77* and
l Miami 223
Community Relations trophies to
Albert Aronovlti 373 and Wm
Krelchman 730, citations to Homestead
Naranja 3M and West Miami 233
Cultural Trophy to South Dade 77*
and I'.uiil Kul illations to Four
^ raadomi MS Norman Bruce Brown
174 and West Miami tit
Hospital trophir* to Hialeah Miami
Springs >iM and Abe Ader 248. citaUons
to Four Freedoms 4(12 and (Vntury
\ illagc 26S and I'ompano Bearh 108
legislation trophies to South Hade
778 and West Miami 223. citations to
\lbert ArunuvlU 373. Hialeah Miami
spring!. 1 North Shore 677
Mental Health trophies to South (lade
owl West Miami 223. citations to
Albert Aronovitz 373 and Harry H
Cohen 723
Membership percentage and
.umiTit.il trophy to I'aul Surenky 80S
and Century Village 265. certificate of
merit to Kdward Goldberg 519.
tumeni al citation to Helray Beach 266
I'rugram trophies to South Hade 778
it V\m Krelchman 730. citations to
i iineslead Varanja 384 and West
Miami 01
Publicity trophies to South Dade 778
and West Miami 223. citations to
Nurthpurt \erure 172. Albert Aronovitz
373 and Abe HorrowiU 682
Sriuui citizens trophies to Four
Freedoms 402. South Hade 778. Abe
HorrowiU 682. clUUon to West Miami
223
Servicemen s service trophies to
South Hade 778 Homestead Naranja
384. and Century Village 265. ciutions
to Albert Aronovitz 373 and Point East
6*8
Veterans service trophies to South
Hade 778 and Delray Beach MS.
. i la tit ins to Four Freedoms 402 and
West Miami 223
Scholarship trophy to Four Freedoms
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convention representing oxer 25 posts
and auxiliaries in the Hepartment
Florida
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Joel Gray was elected presi-
dent of Temple Menorah. suc-
ceeding Sid Savelle who served as
president for the past two years.
Gray, the executive vice presi-
dent of the I)oral Hotels, has
been a member of Temple
Menorah for over 15 years during
which time he had served as
school board chairman, building
committee chairman as well as
vice president
Horn in Brooklyn and at-
tending Yeshivot in his early
years. Gray has acquired an
intensive Jewish education His
lewish education was extensive
enough, so he was able to conduct
the Passover Seder in Tokyo
when he had served in the
military forces during the Korea
War
Coming to Miami Beach in
l%.S. Gray affiliated with Temple
Menorah. participating in its
religious and cultural activities
\s chairman of the building com
m it tee. he suimtv ised the con-
struction of the Menorah Youth
Village and the refurbishing ol
:he sanctuary and the social hall
Gray is active in civic func-
tions, serving on the board ol
VHDOn ol the Miami Beach
'hamber of Commerce, the
Miami Beach Tourist Develop
ment Authority and H'nai B rith
Gray, who resides in Kewmn
I'oint. is married to Marcia. and
they have three children. Elliot
and David and Robin
Other officers elected for the
coming year: Mark Fa-Ids.
Marvin Greenwald. Moreno
Habif. Dr. Howard V\ t-mstnrk.
Dr. George Wise, vice president
Jay Howard I.inn. seen
Arthur Berkey. treasurer
Morton Packard, final
retary: Anita Kriagc
financial secretary
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Goldemberg. Sol 11
Abraham Huppert. Di V
Korn. Jacoho Kr,n v,
David l.a/.an. Sheldon I ,
David Miller. Jude < tber
ElUHt Oldak. Melvin
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The Tire Trio
They Combine Business and a Sense of Growing Community

Norton Tire Company, now in its T.fith year of
operation was founded in Miami in 1924 by
Looifl I'allot. Norton and Ronald's father
Norton, the first bom of Ixiuis and Gertrude
I'll lot. arrived in that very same year, and the
happy father named his first store in his honor
\ small, storefront operation on Flakier St it
was a far cry from Norton Tire's spacious
headquartMV to today, or of the :i(> Norton Tire
distributorships now operating in ten Florida
rounl iea
HACK IN 1924. there was n let alone a network of dealerships Louta I'allot
a.i~ proprietor, salesman, a dynamo of moving
part* powering the little lire Mora operation on
flakier Street It was not until the first few
months of business had SUCCessfull) passed, that
tie could afford to hire a helping hand
The trio who run Norton Tire today recall how
.iltt-r Louis I'allot made a sale, he would jack up
tin car on the curbside there were no covered
. r\ ice facilities and install the new tires The
trio Norton, his brother. Ronald and hrother-in-
BW, Howard Kat/en have built Norton lire into
one ol the largest tin- distributorships m the
I S \
\s PART of the attention the organization
gained, the national trade magazine M ten
Dealer, recently devoted an article to
Norton Tire, saying It there's one thing thai
irates Norton Tire Company from many ol
the nations other tire marketers. j| has to '
Norton s merchandising skills
i >b\ iously you don t become as big as Norton
houl an aggressive sales program and
unusual rapport with the consumer
\ 1932 newspaper advertisement proclaimed
,!i our shop special attention is given to
k< relining, wheel aligning and to the can ol
reps job and all merchandise sold
guaranteed Vnd todaj Norton lire
gning trio allairms that the Compan) still
i rib, s to thai waj ol doing business
l.Ol Is PALLOT was the pattern maker, and
me. expansion began alter World War II.
n Norton I'allot cam.- to work for the
compan) honored to Signal bis birth alter I S
\rm> service and graduation from the
Univerait) <>t Miami School of Business
In I960, Norton's younger brother. Ronald
I'allot. joined the firm, adding impetus to the
company's growth Ronalds academic and
military background followed in Norton s
footsteps a business administration degree at
the University of Miami and U.S. Army service.
\ new team was forming
In 1954, Howard KaUen joined Norton Tire
Company after treading the I'allot brothers path
at the University of Miami School of Business
Administration before him Kauen is also a
member of the family, having married the
youngest Pallot child. Barbara The new team
coalesced.
IN 1960. Lenta Pallot began to take life easier,
to bask in the glory of company founder now out
to relax Norton Pallot took over at the helm as
president. Howard Katzen was elected vice
president, and Ronald Pallot became secretary
treasurer Kxpansion of the company continued
at a steady pace.
Hut business alone was never enough to
satisfv the Norton Tire tio In addition to being
.. format chairman of the Combined Jewish
\ppeal of the (ireater Miami Jewish Federation.
Norton I'allot is also a former chairman 01 I he
United Way, the Chamber <>f Commerce, the
hade Count) Citizens Safety Council, and the
He is also vice chairman ol the board ot
directors and a senior vice president "t the
Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Vsso< iation
He ha- ivn a member ol the H 1 Goodrich
Vdvisor) Council ->nd \- a past Master ol
I libis, u- '.
RONALD PALLOI has been active in Jewish
Vocational S Pi Lambda Phi Fraternit)
Masonic Lodge, National ["in D
Vssoi iation. and u>, Florid., I n
\dvisorj Coum il H and bis wife, Glori
hildren Ronald hobbies are photograph)
swimming and competitive running Recently he
completed the grueling Orange Bowl Marathon
Ib.ward Katzen and bis wife B havi
three children He is a past president ol the
Florida Tire Dealers Vseociation and current!)
on it s board of directors
KATZEN ALSO served as a director of the
National Tire Dealers and Retreadera
Association, as well as having been a member ol
the H F Goodrich Dealer Council \ Freemason
since the age of 21, Kat/en has served as
Worshipful Master of Hibiscus Lodge 276 He
has also ban I Cub ScOUl Master His hobbies
am tennis. boating, fishing and flying
Norton Pallot and Howard Kat/en bolt
active m Temple Beth \m Ronald is an active
* H. \
Outside their Miami headquarters are Norton Pallot (right), president of Norton Tm
Company; Ronald Pollot (center), secretary-treasurer, and Houard Katzen vice president.
Founded in 1924 6v Louis Pallot in a modest storefront on Hauler St.. today the company
has branch operations in six counties as far north as Daytona Beach in Orlando, and
\apleson the west coast of Florida. There are 16 Norton Tire stores in Dade and Brouard
Counties.
.
After the Kiot ,l\o< a Day Lost
In the Miami mid-May riots. Norton Tire
Company general headquarters at 5300
NW 27th Ave. were totally burned to the
ground. The 80.000 square foot facility
featured executive offices, a warehouse.
congregant at temple Israel ol Greater Miami,
hav ing served on its board ol directors
THE TRIO show as much capacit) tor
ing work as did Louis Pallot in the earliest
ol his firsl Flaglei Street store teda)
Then Norton lire Compan) occupies an BO.000
, headquarters in Miami, featuring
ffices a warehou* accounting
trtmvnt. retread I '' 'tore
Although Norton Tire's on* rationa are con
ivntrated primarm in Florida s two populous
southern counties Hade and Brows the
x other conn!
north as Davtona Beach, in Orlando in Naples
on ,|. weS( coast, and as tar south as
Homestead
1 ,m \e... Norton Tires total sales exceeded
m impressiv, 825 million Ronald Pallot at-
tributes I be mod, a cess ol the company
to some "Id fashioned ideas
Out formula .s Bimple." he says, W do
everything we cm to sell good products and
orovide outstanding service Our employees are
well-trained and instructed to be consumer
oriented We know, and they know VOU can t live
w ithoul th consumer
VS SF( RF1ARV TREASURER of the
,,,..,. he speak- with authontv when he
accounting department, retread facilities
and a retail store. Not a single day of
operation with full customer service was
lost New facilities were promptly opened
at 1665 NW 82nd Ave., Miami.
declares that company policy i~ not to look to
do business with someone just for today or this
week When we win a customer, we want to
provide all ol his tire and automotive
requirements tor the rest ol his bu) mi: da) a
\ll ot this Norton Tire know how today adds
up | mployees some ol whom have been
with tb irs Others look to Norton
in terms ,,t i
.,n I'allot the eldest son ol Norton and
Pallot s three children was recently
appointed vice president in cbargeotcommerci.il
salis Grandfather Louis I'allot would have been
mighty proud Grandmother Gertrude I'allot. the
matriarch ol the organization, echoes this
sentiment w it h pride ot her own
THE COMP \NYS desire to give employees a
sens, ot stability and future is matched by the
operating trio's activity as a management team
based in a large family
This is why the Norton Tire Company
headquartered in Miami has had such an im-
pressive record of growth, anil why the company
lias attracted national attention.
Norton lire looks to continued expansion of
its business m Florida during the coming years
with representation in every major municipality
in t he state


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Spring weddings bring Spring
anniversaries in the years that
follow, and we have t host-
celebrations here in South
Florida from 01 years on up
Marking milestones of wedded
bliss are Temple F.manuF.l Past
President and Mrs. Max
Boderman. Vice President and
Mrs. Herbert Buchwald. Alice
and Leon J. Ell. Leonard and
sndi (iriti and the 25th for
Harriet and Louis Levine. Also
Hope and Rocky Pomerance. the
Seymour W. Rubins. Judge and
Mrs. Eugene L. Weiss. Leonard
and Margie Wien. Dr. and Mrs.
Max Gratz. Sylvia and Irving B.
Kaplan. Virginia and Harry
Orleans. Judge and Mrs. Albert
H Saperstein. and the winners in
this month's marriage sweep-
stakes. Mr. and Mrs. Nate
Spiegel man. toting up 50 years of
togetherness.
Just starting out on the happy
trail, the former Patti Terrill and
Marty (Iranoff have said their
marriage vow |
Summer activities Karen
Podhurst is in Washington. 1) (' .
serving on Congressman William
l>ehman's staff heady stuff
indeed Mindy Fleissig. a musk
major graduate of Brandeis
University has been appointed to
teacher her subject at Wellesley
College for the summer Ted
Fleiaaig is presently assistant
manager of Stilford Hotel
Restaurant in Valley Forge
Karen and l.eo Kat/ off to
Kurope tor the next month, and
Ruth Kopf hack from a long
journey to Israel
And for the teen-agers who look
forward to spending the summer
months swimming. boating,
roller skating and playing tennis
along with the many other
isurea are are blessed with in
South Honda they might find it
stimulating and rewarding to
-.i\> at least three hours or more
a week tor a more ssi sjui ai
tivitv Mount Sinai Medical
Center has \olunteer jobs in
man) anas of the hospital which
can show boys and iris ; ( or
how to help poopk in ne*ti
and at the same time learn
something about health careen
Donald iSandrui Arthur
ng the art circuit with
Hradk-N llptor wr
summer schedule inch;
Lincoln (enter m Nea York the
-national Sculpture Fair in
Boston, and for a sensational
finish, the lirand Palais det
t'hamps El) sees in Pans
Summer activities for this
ip of recent newcomers will
include nothing more than
ng. gurgling and kicking up
their heels, but that will be
enough to elicit cries of joy and
pleasure from parents, grand-
parents, some lucky great -
grandparents as well as other
relatives and family friends
Yisroeia Shayne and Glilah
Rachel, twin daughers of Dr. and
Mrs Manuel Higer, named
dunng Beth David Sabbath
Services recently. Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Tytell have a sixth
grandchild but a first grand-
daughter a real princess. Adam
Lewia. son of Brad and Ellen
Feldner. a first grandchild for
Mr. and Mrs Lone Epstein. Dr.
and Mrs Harold M. Hack have
presented the Leo Hacks with a
granddaughter named Rena. and
Temple Emanu-El Vice President
and Mrs. Harry Hoff are beaming
over a great-grandson .
A little traveling on the agenda
for Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kabinowiu. grandparents of
Michelle Elaine, daughter of
Jeffrey and Janet Beck of
Dallas.: and Mr. and Mrs. David
Alterman. grandparents of
Heather Dawn (what a romantic
namel born to Diane and Don
Hatcher of Weal Palm Beach
Judge and Mrs. Sidney
Aronovitz delighted grand-
parents of Michael Alan, born to
Leslee and Tod N. Aronovitz;
Ellisa Mara, daughter of Sandy
and Dr. Michael Zellinger. will
call Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Budner. grandma and grandpa,
as soon as she can talk. Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Waas have a
grandson. Grandon Gabriel, son
i of Shara and Richard Waas; and
Linda and Barry Dacks have a
new-born son. Gregory Jacob.
which makes Mr. and Mrs
Murray Dacks his grandparents
Joining the ranks of grand
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Epstein welcome Adam Lewis,
son of Brad and Ellen Fieldaet;
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Coverman are
delighted with a granddaughter
and so are Mr and Mrs Leonard
(oldbcrg for whom their
grandson is a first It's a boy for
the Leonard Goldbergs, and a
baby girl for the LsfOJ Levys
("aren Bebchuck Singer has
graduated fn>m the Universit) ol
S)uth Florida Medical School
and may now he addressed as
Doctor Dr Singer's sister.
Man i.i Bebchuck Bernstein, is
the recipient of the .lames
Scholar Award at the Universit)
.if Illinois The two outstanding
ng women are the daughti -
of Mr and Mrs Bernard Beb-
chuck
More on the academic front
Kichard F.pter. \l.i> graduate.
from Boston
I Diversity, is a charter mcmlH-r
ol Boston Universit) Chapter of
Alpha Fpsilon Delta, pre medical
honor s .
Candace Kava received her
Master s degree from Columbia
Universit) around the same time
her parents Mr and Mrs Roy
Kava. announced her
Engagement to Larry Goldberg.
How did she have time to study?
Mr and Mrs Leo Plotkin
proud ol son I.oren. who
graduated, with high honors from
I Diversity of Florida, and
\aron Whitman, making his
parents. |)r and Mrs I-eo
Whitman, happy having been
included in the 1979 80 edition
1 And hearty congratulations to
Sherri (Mrs. Jonl ('banning, and
I Sheila (Mrs. Samuel I Weiss, who
became attorneys via the
University of Miami School of
Law recently
Mrs. Jack Wolfson has been
nominated to the post of national
vice president of the Women -
League for Conservative Judaism
which also tapped Irene (Mrs.
Norman) Sholk to serve as a
national board member for the
1980 88 term ,
Rabbi Ralph P Kingsley.
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai,
has been elected a national vice
president of the American Jewish
Congress A current member of
the A.Kong Executive Com-
mittee. Kabhi Kingsley also
serves as a regional president In
the same organization. Mrs
Mollie Gersh has been reelected a
national vice president .
Making life just a bit more
pleasant. Hon AI Jacobaon has
been instrumental in procunng
two parking spaces for the
disabled at Temple Judea. and
new bright lights have been
installed in front of the building
\ well deserved promotion for
Dr. John Bergrr. who. after
serving for 23 years as pur-
chasing agent of Metropolitan
Dade County, has been named
assistant to the county manager
From June 22 to 27, Rabbi
Brett Goldstein will represent
IVmplc Israel at the annual
convention of the Central
Conference ol American Rabbis
in Pittsburgh Over 300
graduates ol the Hebrew I'nion
College will attend the conference
and will discuss issues of vital
concern to all congregations
Beth Sholom Students in Israel
Thirty-two boys and girls
between the ages of 14 and 16.
students of Temple Beth Sholom
of Greater Miami, left on
Tuesday. June IT. for the
temple's annual Confirmation
Class Pilgrimage to Israel, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of the temple.
Under the guidance of the
temples Youth Activities
Director, May Spitakuck, these
students will spend six weeks in
Israel, studying every aspect of
the land and life of the Jewish
people Ella I-evy. a member of
the teaching staff of the temple's
School for Living Jud
serve as associate leader
This
the eli
is the sleventl .nnUa|
pilgrimage which mad
possible through th.
the Temple's Brotherh.....| which
each year conducts
Hop" to raise funds for lh(.
project, so that no
will be denied the opp irutyto
participate in this projei I
The group will return t.
Beach on Julv 29
M
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Kendall Homeowners Group to Meet
State Attorney Janet Reno and
Dade County Circuit Court
judicial candidate Joseph M
Nadler will peak to members of
the Kendall Federation of
Homeowners Associations. Inc.
Tuesday, June 24. at a 7:90 p.m.
meeting at Kings Creek Village
The session, at the Kings
Creek clubhouse, is free and open
Learn to Make
Quiches, Crepes
Stephen FdeKtein. assistant
pastry chef at the SonsStS Beach
Hotel, will prepare quiches and
crepes Monde) Juns 23, at 7
p.m at the Calico Kitchen
Cooking School
Classes are offered for
beginners, children and serious
cooks i all the school to register
l'he school is located in The
FalN shopping center at IS 1
and SW : 16 St
to the public Th. ..
Federation includes
homeowners an,I mmi
owners associations
Miss Raw wiii .
speaker Former Judgi \adier
will welcome th.' gi
of the Kings Creel
Association, of wtn, |
president There
in Kings Creek
.-
Big Gifts Brunch
The To rah l
Hadassah recently
year!) Spring Big
w hich raises dona)
Hadassah Medical Ori
Chairpersons ol
Mrs Max Jai
Murray Smith
Founders, Mrs i
and Mrs Louis i
hor*>nsi 1
is Rose Laureti
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Including Required Educational Course
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Incorporated
Number Twelve Miracle Mile
(Miracle Mile 4 37trt Avenue)
Coral Gabies. FL 33134
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El AI Israel Airlines
wishes
BE SHALOM
Mrs. Margaret Morse
and your 1,000 members
Kings Point Choraleers
and
The International Folk and Line Dancers
visiting Israel and Egypt
on tours arranged by
isra-intercontinental Tours Miami Beach
Wholesalers and Tour Operators
Avram Froelich, President


Wedding
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Pioneer Women Elect
.. // MarkowiU
Albert-Markowitz
M. ih rorah Congregation was the Betting .June
Riva II Mbert, daughter
"' N,r ami and Mrs Florence
X1,H" Kble to Lyle H MarkowiU
son ol Mr and Mr Marvin MarkowiU of
M 1,11111
1 d from (Oral Gable* Senior
Hi*:!', School and received her bachelor's and
master's degrees from the I niversity of South
Honda and th.- I niversit) of North Florida She
current!) leaches hearing impaired children
Her kjuwn ol sheer organza and re-embroidered
^l''r had iweetheart neckline with a
ind full \ line skirt trimmed with a
pleated ruffle at the hem and chapel-length train
Her attendants were her sisters Sherril
Horvitz and Beverly Mbert, Sheryl Smiles and
Susan Krebs The bride i nephew. Mnan HorviU
a~ the ringbearer, and the groom's niece,
Michelle Smiles, the flower prl
Ih.- bridegr luated from Miami Coral
Park Senior High School and received his
heloi s degree from the University of South
Florida Best man was Tom Conway, and ushers
wen- Gar) Smiles, Mnan Markowit/. and Joel
Hnr\ it/
V'er a honeymoon trip to Lake Tahoe. the
young couple will reside in North Miami Heach.
Three Miami Heach chapters of
Pioneer Women have elected
officers tor 1980-81.
Pita Adoff has been re-elected
president of the Kinneret chapter
with Sheva Berland, Doris
1 intor and Betty Citron serving
.i- vice presidents Mrs Cantor
also will ser\r as recording se<
retary.and Mrs Citron will serve
as treasurer. Kae Home is finan-
cial secretary
Re-elected as president of the
Hi Pise I ikvah chapter is
Jeanette Kantrowitz. Clara
Rubinstein is vice president
alon^: with .lean Kaller and Sally
Gersten. Mrs Gersten also will
ser\ e as recording secretary.
Betty Wi'issman is treasurer and
financial secretary, and Tessie
SiegaJ is corresponding secretary
1 )ora Cohen has been elected as
the new president of the Club II
Chapter Serving with Mrs. Cohen
are honorary presidents Ida
Chinsky, Ksther Shedroff and
Bertha Lielmiann and vice
presidents Neta Melman. Sarah
Matlin and Marv Salmirs Norma
Dura Cohen
NoviU is financial secretary,
.Judes Mazur Ls corresponding
secretary and Mary Salmirs is
recording secretary.
Sew Members at King's Bay Club Card Party Set
at King s Ma\
I- untry Club art'
limner and /t-hulon Brodie and
le^.""'- h.u titrinc, Dolorrs and
[luliirri < hrtinp and childrer.
Ib>th Patririi Kirhard. Jr. and
llafwj la (I ii' and Michael
Ifiirk rei Chris and I.**.
Iki :i and Kobrrto Daglio and
I irla I amila. Ricaxdo.
|labrr!,i and I urtit-s. (irorgia
adJrffr>'\ I'm kn ttild \m> Arlenr and
Ke>ar(i I Hdman and children
P<*rri M ,rk and Ami I.ila and
H.am I hrdmaa
Martha and Richard
: i hildren Eric and
mfer I ill and Stephen
idrll i dren Sim and
and Conrad Klea
leffrry and Ann .
JinKn and Steven Lapidus and
M und Carry \kos
isrk dloria and Leonard I.uria
Peter, Henry and
Pi linj and How ard W
dren IVnra and
Karen and LanrresM i
Sendees at
IA ventura Center
ndaj night sen ices
will been June 20
at ^ventura Jewish
Rabbi David
ting the sen ice
paat i reasurer,
r this office since the
' eptioa, will be
oneg shabbat to
i
'. ices continue all
md the late l'rula\
resume Aug
lection June 10, the
fficers were elected
't! president. Richard
| I '.u id Kamer and Roy
vice presidents. AIh'
I treasurer; Mack
lockin ,! recording secretary.
"*>' Mpern. co itch ponding
Hebrew Teachers
J*siri' teaching positions.
lsraeli couple with experi-
ence is relocating from
fniladelphia. Call Yehuda
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Polinkuff and children Kyan and
Keith. Doroth) and John I'nr
fidio and children Debbie and
Donna Patricia and William
Porter andchildn Jonathon and
William. .Ir Diane and Michael
Runner and daughtei Jennifer.
Dorothy and Robert
shaunhnes\ and i hildren
Sandra and Michael Barbara
and W illiam Suasman and
daughter Melissa Gladys and
\\ nision \ idiella and children
Karma and Mayi; Marilyn and
Morton < rrenatebi
The National Council ol Jewish
Women. Greater Miami Section,
plans .1 card part) and luncheon
Wednesday. \ug 6, at 11:30
,ilii al Washington Federal
Building, 633 \l 16" St Lakes
Division members and guests are
m\ ited For tickets, call Dorothy
1 hamondstein or Terry 1'rager
Book Review
I h. next book review ol a
slimmer series lor the Menorah
hapter ol Hadassah will take
ii idaj July B, al 10
il the homeof Mrs Herman
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Mrs Arthur Lyons will be
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Friday. Jum-Jd. ic)H()
Business Notes
I)r Pinoth)
Dr (iilmore
A medically supervised program designed to provide a new
approach to weight reduction and maintenance, and to study
the effect of weight loss on cardiovascular nsk factors, has
been established in Miami at 1636 NW 7th Court.
The Risk Factor Obesity Study, which combines a sup-
plemented fast with behavior modification techniques and
instruction in exercise, is patterned after the work performed
b\ Dr Victor Vertes. director of the Division of Medicine at
\1i Sinai Hospital in Cleveland
Directors of the local program are Dr David 0. Pinosky.
medical director of the Highland Park General Hospital and
assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of
Miami School of Medicine; and Dr Hugh R. Culmore HI
clinical associate professor of cardiology at the University ol
Miami School <>f Medicine and on staff at Cedars of l^ebanon
Health Care Center
William Ruben, chairman of the board of Jordan Marsh. has
announced the following recent promotions and appointment-
,,t bi ivea
F.luin Thomas to vice president executive personnel director
He joined Jordan Marsh Florida in
David SelU as Mined divisional merchandise manager
He recently joined the store
Mark IlUfBOT ifl divisional merchandise manager domes:
He joined Jordan Marsh in West Palm Beach and was general
manager ol the Broward Mall store when it opened
SoniS (iibM.n was named to corporate director of bh
casting Sht was Jordan Marsh corporate youth lastuoi
ordinator and is on the board of directon ol Fashion Group ol
M iami
Karen Powell is the new general manager of JM Firoward
Mall She began her career at JM as an executive trainee and
progressed to \ anous management positions
James J Caniglia is general manager of JM 163rd St He
has been employed by several stores and was recently president
of a child care center in Orlando
Ron Cambridge was named senior vice president general
merchandising manager, home furnishings. He has been
divisional merchandise manager furniture
Manoela Levy has been promoted to assistant cashier in the
commercial loan department of Jefferson National Baak of
Miami Beach. President Barton S. Goldberg, announced her
promotion from assistant auditor of Jefferson Bancorp, Inc
and its subsidiaries.
Joy E. Left has been promoted to assistant trust officer of
Jefferson National Bank of Miami Beach. Her promotion was
also announced by Goldberg.
Leff joined Jefferson National Bank in September 1979 as
trust administrator.
She attended class at Pennsylvania Trust School in
Lewisburg. Pa. and is a graduate of Chatham College in
Pittsburgh. Pa.
I-**ff lives in Miami Beach.
Alex Halberatein has been named senior vice president
responsible for Capital Bank's international department, it was
announced by Abel Holt/, chairman and chief executive of
Capital Hank
Lori Fein has been appointed as an account supervisor of the
Gerald Schwartz Agency Miss Fein is a native of Miami Beach
and a graduate of the University of Florida. She received a
bachelor of science degree in journalism, majoring in public
relat ions
At the board of- directors meeting held May 21. Jack I)
Gordon, president of Washington Savings announced the
promotion of the following employees to the position of vies
president Jack L. Martin, director of personnel: .lames \
Nuckols. internal auditor and C Nick Prrble. manager ol the
data i enter Ml arete previous!) assistant vice presidents
Steri>anie Miiuton. previous!) a personnel Counselor has
just received a promotion to employment administrator which
involves all activities pertaining U) the hiring of new em
ploV evs
Lawrence M. Gold, assistant vice president of Dadr Savings
and loan, has been appointed branch manager of the
Association'! new Alton Road Branch. The office is located at
1601 Mton Road. Miami Beach.
Formerly, the manager of the Cutler Ridge Branch. Gold was
president of the Cutler Ridge Merchants Association for two
years and served on the board of directors for five years He also
participated in the South Dade Chamber of Commerce
Educat lonal Committee
M Wayne Johnson, a vice president with Arvida Mortgage
Company, is the newly elected president of the Mortgage
Banker's Association of Greater Miami.
Other new officers are Arnold L. Rosen of Mid States
\1 rtgage Corp., vice president Gregory J. Walz of North
em Mutual Life Insurance ( o secretary: and David J.
Baile> of Southeast Mortgage Company, treasurer
Bat Mitzvah
SHARI FERT1G
Shari Ilene Fertig. daughter of
Harriette and Jack Fertig of
Miami, will be called to the Torah
as Bat Mitzvah on June 21 at
Temple Or Olom
Shari is an eighth grader at
Glades Junior High School She
is a member of Kadima. and her
interests are swimming, camp,
cooking, skating, baking, sewing
and music
A reception and dinner are
planned June 21 at 8 p.m. at
King s Bav Yacht and Country
Club
Special guests include Shari s
grandparents. Mrs Helen
Neuwirth and Mr and Mrs
Israel Fertig of Oakland. Calif
Out-of-town guests include Mrs
Adnenne Heller. Stacy and
Michelle, Gary Fertig. Mr and
Mrs David Karp. Mr and Mrs
Hv Karp. all of California, and
Dr and Mrs Simon l.ipton. Jeff
and Keith, of Rock\ Ilia, Md
Six-Year-Old
Joins Hadassah
\ s,\ \ Bar-old girl became a life
member ot Hadasssh on Juim 9
at the Mayim Hadasssh meting
at Point l
The life membership was a gift
from her grandparents, Bett)
and Irving "andmten The girl.
Deborah Klein, paraded her new
life-membership pin and spoke
over tin mike, thanking her
grandparents tor the gift Her
mother. Cv nthia Klein was m the
audience
This was the lirst meeting ol
the new club year and was
dedicated to Mayim i nsari) .mi
life members, most of whom were
in the audience The new
president. Pauline Shamus.
presided at the meeting
Freebies
Summer is the perfect time for
outdoor activities as more adults
and children use parks, beaches
and bike trails
If you're about to "join the
crowd." a helpful item to have
with you is a Recreation ID
Badge, which provides personal
identification and emergency
medical information in case of
sudden illness or injury.
Mount Sinai Medical Center.
4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach,
is offering these free plastic pin-
on badges via phone request
while the supply lasts
Call public relations, to obtain
your free Recreation ID Badge
Flag Lapel Pins
American Savings and Ixian
Association of Florida is offering
British American flag lapel
pins, at all seven Miami Beach
locations, to welcome the
thousands of British visitors m
the Dade Count)
Mindy Bockstein
Receives Degree
Mind) \ Bockstein, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Hvman Bock
stem ol North Miami Beach
received her bachelor ot arts
degree magna cum lauds from the
l niversity of Miami
Bockstein majored in Judaic
studies and politics and publu
affairs
She was a member of the Presi-
dent's Honor Society for four
'ars. (iolden Key National
snor Society. National Political
Science Honorary Phi Kappa Phi
and l'i Sigma Alpha She was
also a member of Delta Theta
Mu. scholastic honorary for
students in arts and sciences.
A teacher at Beth Torah
Congregation from 197H-79,
Bockstein plans to || udv law
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Hukkat
Hl'KKAT Throughout their wanderings the Lord alwavs
helped the Israelites.
When they came to the desert of Zin. they found no water
there. The people grumbled and said to Moses: Have you
brought us here to die'' We cannot live without water "
The I/ord said to Moses: "Take your rod and speak to the
rock you ass l>efore you. and water will flow from the rock."
But Moeea lifted his rod and struck the rock twice Water
flowed forth abundantly, and the Israelites thirst was
quenched And the I/ord said to Moses and Aaron "Because
you smote the rock instead of speaking to it therefore will you
not lead the Israelites into the Promised I,and."
Now the Israelites came to Mount Hor. and the lx>rd said:
The time has ODDS for Aaron to die Take Aaron and his son
Klea/ar up to Mount Hor Strip Aaron of his robes and put
them on Klea/ar. and Aaron shall die there
Moeea did as the Lord told him Aaron died and the people
mourned him for thirtv days
The Israelites traveled northward They vanquished the
\montes and defeated Og. king of Hashan and all his army
\nd the Children of Israel journeyed to the plains o{ Moab
bt vond the Jordan at Jericho (Numberi /.'< / 28 n
(Th* recounting ol the Weekly Portion o4 the Law it extracted and based
upon th, Graphic Mivlory ot the Jewish Heritage edited by f Woilman
Tumn $15 published by Shengold The volume is available at 's Maiden
Lane New York N Y 100)1 Joseph Schlang is president ot Hit society
distributing the volume I
Chai Hadassah Announces Events
Chai hapter ol Hadassah will
have a Night club Part) at the
Singapore Hotel Saturday. June
21 Cell \nn reldman for in
formation and reservstiona
sr will have a
cocktail p
at the horn* ol Mi Kich
pn sidenl on M
23 For infoi
vatiom .<-r
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Garden* Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Frssdmsn
Cantor Ian Alpem
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m.
Onsg Shebbst w*i toMow service*
Saturday morning asrvtce si 8:30
Candlelighting
Time
7 57
6Tamijz5740
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N.Miami Bsach Blvd
Dr Mi> A. Lipschitz. Rabbi
Csntor Zvee Arom
Saturdsy morning. Bar Mitzvah ol
Scott Dyen
TEMPLE BETH AM Of. Herbert
5850 N. Kendall Or. Bsumgard
S Miami 8874687 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chellti. Assocists Rabbi
Frtdsy Service si 830 p.m.
Rabbi Herbert M Bsumgard.
"Sing s Joyful Song"
Torsh Service Saturday
at 11 15 a.m
BETH DAVIO Miami's Historic
Conservsthns Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hszzsn Wm. M. Llpson
CORAL WAV 2825 SW 3rd Avs.
Phone: 854-3911 Dally Services
Morning end Evening
Corel Way Msln Sanctuary
Sslurdsy morning 9 am
S Osde Cempus 75O0 SW 120th St
Lais Shabbat Service* Friday S p.m
BETHKODESH
Modsrn Traditional
1101 SW 12 Avs 858-8334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Sose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon lor Yahrzsiten
Daily 7 45 a m 8 7:15 p m
TEMPLE EMANU EL
1701 Wsshlnglon Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Dr. Irving Lshrman, Rabbi
Zvl Adler. Cantor
Saturdsy morning ssrvics 9 am.
Sermon 10:30
Regietretlon now In progress all
department* Rallgious School
and Lara-men Dsy School Grades
19 Membership Inquiries Invited.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Grsnads Blvd. Relorm
Corsl Gsbles 867 5857
Michael B. Elsenslsl. Rsbbi
Serving Corsl Gables
and the Southwast arsa
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th St.. Miami Bssch 33141
Rsbbi Mayer Abrsmowltz
Friday services at 8 15 p m
Saturdsy services at 9 am
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Avs
North Dade Relorm Congregation
Ralph P Kmgsley Rabbi
Julian I Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkss. Cantor
Barbsrs S Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8i5p.m.
(7.30 p.m on the tirst
Friday ol the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chass Avsnus st 41st St
Dr Lson Kronlsh
Csntor Osvid Convtser
538 7231
Liberal
Sabbsth Servicss. Frl. 8:15pm
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576 4000
Rabbi Solomon Schilt.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
nt >iagl#, si MMM *a u'o DS4SSI
KabtH l*i L Bogag* DinKtoi Union ot
Am*,ican k, Congregate*
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 2712311
Dr Norman N Shapiro. Rabbi
Visitors snd Gussts ars welcome
Minyan ssrvicss. Mondays and
Thursdsys at 7 am Friday, lats
services 815 pm Tsitlsr Chapel
Dr Shspiro will olticiats snd
speak Saturday, Juns 21. 9 am.
Sabbath ssrvicss.
negotiation ntkgraui acnoot*
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
niONE <6j.
94rS0S4 RaM DavJ B St
di'clo< .

. Religious Inlormstlon
concerning Greater Miami
Houses ol Worship
Phone: 576 4000
Rabbinical Association Qtlice


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AmeriFirst Office Opens
Monday in Bay Harbor
Harbor Islands Mavor
Ciardner, m his first
cutting ceremony since
office la-: year, will
open AmeriFirst
Baj Harbor Islands
..! ;/c/i in from /.(>s Angel* sonJuni t to hi ,f/;
\tn Catherim Grren, for their dedication .
......"i tit the Miami Heart Instituti in memory
iind. (hurl,-. Green l> eremony
front f the room in tfn I Stei ,. \ ,;,,,/
the dedication oiauue is hung
Baj
Joseph
ribbon
assuming
formall)
1 th.. Monda) lun.
VmeriFirst President Thomas
K Romar said the public i- in-
vited for the occasion, which will
II 9 a m in trout of the
Savings and Loan Association's
new office at 1055 Kan.- Con
course
Refreshments will he available
Bnd there will lie gift* ol Key
rings and plastic shopping bags
Mso a- part ot the grand
opening ai 11\ it ies, the
offer premiums
J
Vsaociation will
of luggage, watches and clocks
tor new accounts and additions to
exist ing accounts
Mayor Gardner and Homar will
!> joined tor the ribbon cutting
by other civic leaders ot Hay
Harbor Islands. Hal Harbour and
Surfside and by executives and
other staff members of
AmeriFirst
Homar said the Hay Harbor
office will greatly facilitate
service by the Association to its
many savings and home loan
customers m the Islands area
I hey now have the convenience
ot a large, full-service office
within minutes ,,| their homes
Community Corner
\l lleanor Specklrr. program chairman of the Democratic
w.imrn s club of Dads Count) announces that the group's
nbei ship mitt in*: and luncheon w ill !> Saturdaj June
I m at the Country Club of Coral Gables Guest
1 lade State \ttorn.v Jiinrt Krnu. will speak OH
ind < mjactivea "t '.he Criminal Justice Sy stein
Gerald Schwart*. president of a Miami Beach public
igeiu v has bean named to direct publicity programs
iple Kmanu-KI and the Lehman Day School Schwartz
was development director for the congregation and
Carol Jacob* of North Miami Beach continues as ac
director of Temple Kmanu-KI
Nan. v I ndrrlv has Inn-n named director of nursing at Mount
sinm Medical Center She holds a BS in nursing and a master j
ilth care management from Florida International
nty
ITii aoond annual Miami Power & Sail Boat Show has bean
-:-iled from June to Aug I J at Miami Marine Stadium on
Ki-v KiscayrM
Kosher European Guide Printed
M.-ir Wagner ol Grindelwald,
Switzerland, editor ot the Kosher
I tilt put)lisheti by
iuve it up so you can live it up is the theme ot the Stop
Ssaoking Clinic open to the public, to be ottered at Cedars of
PI
m Health Care Center The four week class will run from
to July 9. Mondavs and Wednesdays from t 30 to ;
yen State Theatre Conservatory's Summer Session Ol
ind workshops tn-gin in early July at the Coconut Grove
- ise
Mr and Mrs. Robrrt Kussrll ot Miami have been named the
Israel Appeal designated member and alternate at the
Vssembty ot the Jewish Kgeocy to l- held m Jerusalem
June 29 to July i
Ifcmnld L, Geier, son of Miami insurance executive Arnold
'nrr. was awarded the juris doctor degree magna i um laud' by
in- New Kngland School of Law in recent ceremonies in Boston
Nsacj Panto, dint tor of planning at Mount Sinn Medical
was on,'of MM public health profossionals in the country
invited to a national leadership conference ol th' Aim-rkan
Public Health Association in Washington. DC she was the
ted priority health issues and address.tl current legislation
which would affect national health policy Mrs I ersuy is
nel membership chairman and 1981 program chairman ot
th. (ierontological Health Section of the APHA
r Wagner
Swissair, is presently visiting the
Greater Miami area in behalf of
the Swiss Tourist Office and the
City mayor ot Grindelwald.
Wagner was officially received
by Mayor Murray Mcycrson of
Miami Beach He presented
Meyerson with an official in-
vitation from Hans (iraff, mayor
ot Grindelwald to visit the city
and to establish joint tourist
ventures between the two cities
Wagner also met with the
officers ol II \l and with Rab-
binic leaders in the communitv to
\Bank Leumi Names
Board Member
III W IV, Israel Frank
Lautenber, chairman of the board
ot Automatic Data Processing
Inc., ol the United States, has
been elected to the board of
director of Hank l.eumi I,e-Israel
Ltd Israel's largest tinanical
group, at the annual general
meeting ot the bank here
Laulenberg was the founder of
A DP. with headquarters in
Clifton, N J one of the world's
largest companies in its field.
Chug Aliyah
Group Sets
Picnic
|Th, South Florida Chug
Pyah group will hold a picnic on
PMlsy, June 22, at 3 p.m. at
mingo Park. Miami Beach
fmbers, friends and interested
ttss are invited.
Rosa attending are to bring
r|r own meal (no fires in the
P". and drinks and dessert w ill
Provided by the Chug
I he Miyah group is comprised
ople from this area who are
Wing to make their homes in
'"'i sometime in the future For
>rniation. call the co-chairmen
[he Chug Herzl Honor David
it/ov or th- Israel Aliyah
|t Jewish Federal ion
hirst Time Offered
In Hade
Unconditional 5 year
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Do you realize that all of these ailments
are associated with poor circulation?
Artnritis
Neuritis
Sciatica
Bursitis
Nervous Tension Menstrual Cramps
SumSm Fatigue varicose veins
Hemorrno.ds Diaoetes upset Stomach
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DAOE COUNTY.FLORIDA
Cait No. 10-IMl FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
QLORETHA DAVIS
Petitioner
and
JAMES P DAVIS
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JAMES P DAVIS
"Residence Unknown"
YOl" ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution ol
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any
to it on MARVIN GREBER
ESy attorney for Petitioner,
whose "-Mress Is 633 NE 167
St N !: Fls 331*2. on or
before Ju'jF 18. 1980. and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
Ml] ol this Court on June 12.
Its-ii
RICHARD P HRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
Hy Clarinda Hrown
As I >eputy Clerk
0*96<> June 30. 27.
Julys. 11. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. I0-IS44
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
WITH PROPERTY
IN re Okr marriage of
JOSKFAE ARTECONA
pr Wife
Pet
and
VIC1
He
TO VI
YO
an i
Mar
agai
requ
your
It on
at tor
add
Suit
Flor
July
ortgi:
("our
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II I
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ARTECONA
ent Husband
)RM
TECONA
lence I'nknown
RE NOTIFIED that
for Dissolution of
has been filed
ou and you are
to serve a copy ol
defense*. If any to
EL GALLUP. ESQ..
r Petitioner, whose
2396 Salsedo Street
Coral Oables
134. an or before
1980. and file the
Ith the Clerk of IhU
before service on
attorney or Im
thereafter. other
ault will be entered
u for the relief de
i ihe complaint or
lied herein This
,i(fe< Is title in and
ing real estate
In Mlwk II ..I
GATE SEC
a< cording
thereof re. i

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IHCUIT COURT
kllTH JUDICIAL
(VRCUIT IN
:OR OADE
rY.FLORIDA
O *0 H5I FC
:y division
(: of
[ELESNORD
mil.
EI.F.SNoRD
Wife
pAPHJNI
ESNORD
-ml Avenue
rlorlda
II HLICATION
HEREBY NOTI
a Petition for
ol Marriage has
gainst you and yoi
[to serve a copy of
or Pleading to
on petitioner's
CEORGE T
tSQ Suite 711.
Ildg 19 West
Miami Florida
ffile the Original
[ Pleading in the
. t Court, on
of July 19N0 If
so judgment by
taken against
fllef demanded in
u n
r'UcH'l
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ORDERED at
County, Florida.
[May. i960
IP BRINKER
I Court Clerk
iint> Florida
;i HEWETT
erk
May 30.
June 6. 13. 30. 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10-IJSOFC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re The marriage of
MAX E. LAMBIE
Petitioner Husband
vs
PATRICIA ENA LAMBIE
Respondent Wife
TO PATRICIA ENA
LAMBIE
29 Rlrdsucker Drive
Kingston*. Jamaica
YOC ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLITION
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
address Is 2396 Salsedo Street
Suite 309. Coral Gables.
Florida 331*4 on or before July
is 1980. and file the original
ailli the clerk of this court
either before service on plain
till s attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
Mill be entered against you for
the relief demanded m the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on June in
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
byS A Barner
As Deputy Clerk
0X946 June 13 2o 27
____________ July 1900,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-MM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The marriage of
JESSIE COLEY. Jr .
Petitioner Husband
and
JANIK COLEY.
Respondent Wife
TO JanieColey
138 Van Auker Street
Rochester.
New York MM
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any
to it on ARTHUR H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner whose
address is 1319 NW 187 Street.
Miami Florida 33169 and file
the original with the clerk of
Ihe above styled court on or
before July 25. 1M0. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
se.i] nl -aid court at Miami
FtorKkl on this nth day of
June I960
RICHARD P BRINKER
\M "lerk Cln uil Court
I lads i ount) Florida
H> Clarinda Browi
\- WPUt) Clerk
'"Hi. uli
Ml Jun. .
Jul> |J IMO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
F.le Number 10 **i*
Division 03
INRI *
M US
. riCE Or
Ihe
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ess "I v. hii ll W
I- lagi.
' 'e\ |
i nd ', pt r*OI .i
rvaentativi attorne> are set
: 'rth belov*
interested person* are
reil in die with this i uurt
IN THRFF MONTHS
THE FIRST PI MI.I
JN OF THIS NOTICE
i lalms against the
anil i 2 i any objectiun by
rested person to hnm
was mailed that dial
leak** Ihe validity of the -ill
'Me qualifii atluns of the per
^^Hre pre sen la live venue, or
lOrlsdictlon of Ihe court
: ALE CLAIMS AM' OBJEC
TrONS NOT SO FILED WILL
REFOKFA ER MARRED
Publication of this Notice
is begun on June 20 1980
Persona. Kepresrntatlve
ANNA MIENENFELD
, J6|6 raine As einie
Miam Mearh Flonda
SAttomey lur Personal
Representative
HAYS*",.' NDWERG
by Moses I 'irundwerg
21 SE Fir-' v v .-.
Miami. Fl
Teleplnm. iiiw
I line JO 27 1*80 ;
NOTICE UNDER
1 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE HEREBY
IP EN that US* undersigned,;
rslHng to engage in business
under Ihe In titious name 1A
NACIONAI. CARPETS AND
RUGS WEAVERS at 84*1 IfW
S* Avenue Miami Florida."
9,3190 intends to reg ister said
name with the Clerk of the
circuit court o< Dane County,
Florida
M \NI F.I. PA1.LA.V .
08993 June Jll
lulyt ii ;9*u
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. W 4212 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
MODESTO C TORRES
Petitioner
and
CARMEN TORRES
f k a
CARMEN VALLE
Respondent
TO CARMEN TORRES,
f k a
CARMEN VALLE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that a Petition for Dis-
solution of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any,
In it on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ Eaq Attorney for Petl
turner whose address Is 2983
Vs 4th Avenue H1ALEAH
Florida 33012. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
slsled Court on or before July
i 1980. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the
i omplaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
iished once each week, fur four
consecutive weeks in THK
JEWISH F I. O R I D I A N .
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 9th day of
June. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mender Esq
29K9 W 4th Avenue
Hialeah Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
08M1 June 13. 30 27.
______________________July 19*0 I
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. s* *S05 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
LEtaKE ESTEKI1.
Husband
ind
HRIST1AL EVORIA
ESTER1L
Wife
rt> CHR1STIAL EVORIA
EsiEHU.
422 Peai htrre
Street SYI
Atlanta Osjorgla
YOU ARE HEREBY not:
TED that an a> lion (or I'is
oluUOtl u( M.irri.ige ha-
IQllfl msi .nut (KM! are
; |
writtei lefensei f any to
KAV MONO I WOL*
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Utnl lies tot petitioner
H"M hill.
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
miller the fictitious name 1 Nl
VERSAL HOLDINGS a
Floridn General Partnership
at tWM North Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Cln nit Court of Dade County.
Florida
LEE J BRAUNSTEIN
MURRAY i- MERKOW ITZ
MARTIN BRAUNSTEIN
Mil -on COLE
SI SAN LEWIS
JOAN i>:wis
DANIEL RE ITER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Partnership
ITS) Bo B -' Mlvd
Miami Flonda 33131
1*96* JuruVjO 27.
___ i-iyi.U. 1980
NOTICE O
PUBLIC SA
PI Hill Nl 1 I ICE IS
GIVEN ntA "N l
July 1st 19*0 at 10 00
vmi i. .-I- ii. i r PUB
TION IT) I HI- HIGr
DEK FOR CASH '
HARM) iN
INi 1111 NW lOtS
MIAMI FLA a 1
CAPRI ID .No GAECMEfOUOl
SI is and a 'it CHEVY
EL 'AM NO
IU8a|.r 'ftSv-il '' ,une3(. 1*841
.-lyLXl. I8i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case lea. ND'l
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICB OF ACTION
'MO PROPERTY)
In re the marriage of
PATRIA CAMPOS
Petitioner Wife
vs
JORGE ALBERTO
PAOC1ARINI
Respondent Husband
TO JORGE AI.BERTO
PACC1ARINI
A venida Dr Honorto
Pueyrredon 91*
Buenos Aires
Capital Federal.
CO D Postal 1409
Argentina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of
your written answer and
defenses. If any. to it on
DANIEL GALI.I P ESQ
plaintiff's attorney whose
address Is 2399 Salzedo Street.
Coral Gables. Flonda 33134 on
or before July 1*. 1980. and file
Ihe 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
retlel demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on June 9.
ItSO
RICHARD!' BRINKER
("lerk ol the Court
B] Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
omh:' June 13. 30. 27.
____________ July 4. I960,
INTHeCISCUTTcTJUpTTcTF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No sO 9315
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
RACHEL I VERONA
Petitioner Wife
vs
Nl HI AHMED
Respondent Husband
TO NURLAHMED
Residence Unknown
YOC ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action for DISSOLUTION
OK MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written answer and
defenses if ayiy to it on
DANIEL GAI.lt P ESQ
plaintiff s attorney whose
address is 2399 Salzedo Street.
..,' Florida 33134 on
m l.eli.rc lul> I lavs' and file
tin I nginal ith the clerk of
IriI- court either before servu e
on plaintiff s attornc) or
imnii Ihe reaf te r
otherwlas a default win be
liter, for the
.
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IIRINKEH

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in the circuit court of
the eleventh judicial
circuit in and for
dade count* il0uida
case no so (}*0
FAMIl I Di SION
i
I 11 II N.
\l I: IOSEPH
Nl
.
You i thai
II Im \il.i| 'la
* ntten
deleft* .i 'IIN
I'M sPPERT Petition.'
, | : ,
. LIBERM \n mi '.
,MIN
r a
BuisWl I "
Miami Fkarida 111 Is
on or I ily II ivsn and
file the onginal mlh the Clerk
i Court either BSsTOTI
mi Petitioner or mi
ftar other
:.iull will be entered
'or the reliel
demandeq in the lomplaiiil or
on
WITNI B8 MY hand and seal
of tin- i isjrt on June I 1960
H M'.D I HRINKER
"I the Court
H barrnhQ Hess
l put) clerk
'9411 | .me 13 J
_________ July IW~'J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N. "i'K IS HEREin
thai the as IwWSlglleil
k .' Ul ii'. P Mi-
undi he fn Mt* Mi',
REM' TE DATA S3 STF.v
lWI'i 'rest 2Apt 34.1
Hi,.., ui Flonda at U lntemts
> -H.I III tfi p with the
'Me <'lrc4] Hpkurt .'
I'.no iiam FlorU
nel SeguS
v seihStTl KMi
33012
Carlo* M Mendei
i .. on
Altoniev -or letitioner
>*! Mav W
.une* 11. 20 19*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No leini Ft
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
GM>HIA CLARK
Petitioner Wile
and
JOHN M C1.ARK
Respondent Husband
TO
Mr John M. Clark
1179 Stevens Rd S E
Washington. DC
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to II on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 Northwest 1*7
Street. Suite 21*. Miami.
Flonda. and file the original
v.ith the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
1*. 1980. 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 da> of June.
1980
RICHARD I' MR1NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
My Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
I Cln ml Court Seal i
u-*iai June 13. 20. 27.
ft Issw
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No S6444*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
HAYDEE MOHE1RA.
Petitioner Wife
and
CARLOS MOREIRA
Respondent Husband
TO CARLOS MOREIRA
63* North Kinsley Drive
Los Angeles Calif
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED thai an action for
Dtasotuuon of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your w ntten defenses. If any
to il on A KOSS. attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
10) NW 12 Avenue Miami.
Flonda 33128 and file the
OTsfMsVl ith the clerk of the
above sl> lei! 4 ourt on or before
Inl> 18. I9MI otherwise a
ihlaull will he entered against
you li>r th. I lemanded In
miiplainl or petition
This nodi e shall be pub
ed once aarfl week for four
scutlve *eek in THE
IE WISH Fl.oRIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand and the
ourt at Miami
i\ ( June
I BRINKER
\- i i ,.' i
M> I-

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P A
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IMI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRC JIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
C.vil Action No *0 (IM FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rr I
DoR.M. AM ARAL
I. 1.tinner Wife
I- EDEKICO A\ ll.A
pondenl Husband
I'll r EDERICO A\ [LA
Santa ? t Km i).
ILti uranao
i.uanabai '.!
Hahana Cuba
YOU ARE HEI'.FICi NOTI
HIED that anil aCtsMI Km
Dissolution of Marriage has
Mini afc-aiiMt you ami
.if. lequir nl to in \ a < .
luir written defenses ll ail)
to ,t on CEASE CEASE
attorney for petitioner whoa*
...lille-s l BUB w i- I
Miami Flonda .131.11
.uiil Hie tin- original with the
I : 11. v. sty led
m or before July i I9f"
ie a default vnil e
il against you lor the
It iiiajiiied in tile
;1 ir patltlon
iCf SjbUI in pub
lie'!
weeks in rHE
A' IH H OR1DIAN
my hand and the
ur', .it Miami
at on ilus 5 da> ol IssfM
^i
IARDP BRINK I R
As Clerk ("irruil '
Dale County. Florida
IxirahG Hess
Doputy CIc
. burl
I BCEA
TSW Flagl.r Street
Miami Florida 33138
'> i titioner
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Inly 4 19*B

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. (0 757 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ANTONIO HERNAL
Petitioner Husband
and
MAYRA S BERNAL
Respondent Wife
TO MayraS Bemal
Callr Hatuey No 48
law Caclcaaos
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and yo>j
are required to serve a copy of
soul written defenses. If any
to it on Jack S I.iebmann
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite '.'ii* Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July ." Isfii otherwise a
default will be entered against
sou for the relief demanded In
the i omplaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
II*had once each week for four
consecutive. eeks in TH!!
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on thin 1* day of June.
lw.li
RICHARD P HRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Flonda
By Willie Hradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seall
Jack S I.iebmann. P A
420 Lint oin Road Suite 20*
Miami Reach Florida 33139
531 7873
Attorney for Petitioner
0X964 June 30.27.
July 4 11. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TNS ll TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No I0-I7U FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HE The Marriage ol
ELENA JANE WEBER
Petitioner Wife
and
JOEL *EBER
Ri -i-ondent Husband
NOTICE MY PUBLICATION
> 'I Joel Weber are
h notified to serve a copy
.r Answer to the Petition
F.i Dissolution of Marriage
filed .ifc'ainst you. upon Elena
Webel attorn*) Ronald
I label Eaqulr* i ?* i nw
River Dr Suite C
\t an i- la ui25 and
irtgusal ith the c .

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT' t SEW. ICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
C.vil Action No 10 I'DI
At TION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
K \Mi 'N M Mr UNA".
M sRI s DKLFINA VJI
l. hi- UN NIll /
l., pi ndenl
D Maria Delfina
\ .i/.i .. .' If Hernandez.
jsjavB w la Carrelera
Central Tun i Herradura
linai del Rio
Yoi ARE HEREBY N
FIED thai .ui a. tun-
Dissolution of Marriage
Bsx riled BfpMnat yon Bne
ii. quirad to orv* o |
, lrns.'S il
\o II on Mil. D'N C
M VN atlOflM) lor letitioner
Who** address is IB ^-,
r laglar Street Suite SH BU
cayn* Buildma Miami
I- lorlda and file Uw
allh the 'lerk of the above
IB I9*fi otherwise a default
anil bs .mt i. i again*! vou for
'.hi lellef : lnr
comptaim oi I- ution
This nolici
r-,i oni i ';''
mfei utlv ,,r-
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Harry Dubler, 93
Norman Babel, Miami Realtor

, .ld June 15 at
'Al,n Koad Chapel t<>r
II si in an, 79, former
, the nai B'rith
, Miami Beech, who
Ine |3 bi the Miami Heart
jjhuman came bate la 1986
junior*', Md.. when- h-
plder ii nu-mber of the
and the treasurer of
, p^d El He also served
Ldent ol the temple's
[lull and a as a past tfrand
r ol the Maryland
tOrder
He area i member ol the
Mar) land and
aaacM iatkm ified public
,k countanta and ol I hi American
Inatitutaol I P \-
Here, he ,i- .1 member ol the
100 Lincoln Road Men Club end
of Temple Bmanu-EI
,\lr Shuman ia Mir\ ived li\ hie
rue Kate, two sun- Norman !
and Mark \l four grand-
children
Interment was at Lakeside
Memorial Park
JFDA Elects LeVine
in \\ LeVine, a partner in
lh Chapels of South
has been elected
,t of the Jewish Funeral
I0l XmencalJFDAL
organization includes
]0t firnu nationwide and
lad a representing about 90
L of the Jewish funeral
|indu-tr> A member in the
jtion tor 1H years. LeVine
krmerK served as editor of
jrterlv journal and as an
member of the Education
fpuhln- Information Com
rted first vice president of
DOation was Joseph Koth.
a partner in Menorah
Broward Count) '
Jewiah owned-and-
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in managing
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fei Hit) Both
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to preserving the traditions that
distinguish the Jewish funeral
chapel < kher Mem.rah Chapels
are located in Margate and
11., rfii Id Bi ach
I ,.\ |ni 1. is s ice president
and directoi
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Funeral sen it es foi H
Dubler who died I mi
were Jun< 18 it (lord I 1
Home with interment in Mi
Nebo ('emeterj
Mr Dubler was ., pioneei
resident and merchant in Miami
for 60 \ ears s,:;.v ,,, iin. ,, bqi)
Martin I Gail I ol \ilania I i 1
daughter, Mrs Rose Toback <>f
Miami, seven grandchildren; and
seven great grandchildren
.,,1
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ibin
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BIRNBAI M Beatrice lune -
Kiveralde LaJteelde .
ETTM vn Uron Miami !'' h
II wrxil v-> u.n.i' Miami u"1'''
MAKDBR Edward, to Mlrwnar Juna
JhoMER. trvuia fl HaUaaeaia
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BOBINI Sera, tw Miami Beach
Kiveralde
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Kiveralde
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BBROI R >... V, Miami Me->' JUM
1.1 Kubm Lakeside
in \kk BaUMi NorUi Miami
iuk-koL la< k, Hollywood
ink Selma Margate Newnuw
KLKIN Sam M MlwnlBeach RuWa
mVi.i.kk Lotuai B LevMWeinateUi
. ,N,"Ks'"',' Edward A Bay Harbor
laland June II Lateelda
WIBDBRSCHALL Alexander H
2ILBERBBRO, Ida Miami Hea-h
DUIKSSKN Janet M jekj***:
Ju, M Sinai Memorial Chapel Star
,| M.niil ,
OOLDBBBO, Ouaale 96. June 14
Kivemlde laikealde .,._.
LaJMaMa
Jessie Marcus,
Hospital Founder
Kssic o Marcui founding
president of the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital in Miami
and a longtime resident her*',
died June 13 at Mount Sinai
Hospital June 12 was her H9th
birthday.
Mrs Marcus, who was born in
New York City, came to Miami
Heath ">7 yean ago from New
York with her husband. Leopold,
now a retired physician
She devoted much of her
energy to founding the cardiac
hospital for children 50 years ago.
She also was the founding
president of the Fifty Two
organization, which entertained
wounded soldiers in the Veterans
Administration Hospital in
Miami and the Naval Hospital in
Kej West during World War 11
She is also survived by
nephews Wallace and Joseph
I Ippellheimer
Services were held Sunday
Funeral arrangements were by
Ruh '' rial Chapel
Jacob Levenson
Dies at .).">
the
Hi art
M
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Id P'e
md ol B nai H nth
sun ived b> Ins daughter
tie
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ShIIui
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Beach
H ii Miami Baacn
Biverslde Ml Smal
UUL1STB*N Juliui I Miami Baai n
lune i" Rubin Stai ol David
ISKNSTEIN Mra Pearl '< Miami
ii, ,, | lune i Bubin mi Slnal
I'ERLOW Slndy F Miami
KiveraMte Lak<
-i v. \T Herbert Miami
WRIGHT Mrs BUM l.e.s.-r North
Miami Baech June It Rubin SUroi
i lavtd
vi'.nK.u. Barnard ei Davle Juna M
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KARBBK Ueate. M lunel MLNeM
II I 1V.KK >*l^ '* Jun'
Menorah mi Nebo
l n ices lur Norman
Miami Beach, were
held June 11 ..i Ml Nebo
t emeten with the Riverside in
i harge ol arrangement i
Mr Babel, a resident fi
BJdng with the Florida
EMRLICH
Dili MM 19 Si nil! Mi.on i
,o.' In- \ lie
. ., B < '
in Bhrllch
,\ .i | and in leoi He
lomplelril tun iiuilii.il Itud) .il the
time in c.in- Hi am and did poal
..,, ni, ,1,, .,1 ttUd) I" Cell,-. I
s ii.-,-i ,.iii-i He arrived in Uie i S in
let rereiv inf hit 8 i lUiemhip
ii. ,ni, a iin- i .- rmy MedicalCorpa
,ni,| -,i-.,-,l in Wurlil War II Hi- waa
appointed chiei ol physical .in.i ra
ii.iiuiii.iiioii medicine .ii ft Sam
Bouaton Medical Center s.in Antonio
Tex .ma .-.-r\,il in similar rap.uili.--
in \ \ hoapitali hi Kentucky and New
v,,ik n>- retired to Florida m i""
k-rvite were held June I at 1^-vitt
A. iii-li-ni in Hollywood with interment
in l.ikesnli- Memorial I'ark
SIROTTA
Mux "' Miami He.nn June ft Bur
mi int o ins wife I ni/ ii*o daughtara,
Susan suoii.i and Jacqueline
Mi irane mn in lew Michael; two
In,,in,i Sol BlroUa and Milton
sn.ii'.i twoaiateri RebeccaBarbanell
and ItuUi Handelman, one Krand
iIuukKI'-' Mi, li.-lli- He was a member
,,i ;n, Miami Board of Realtors
h'uni-ial aervicea were held June at
Ku,r-i,l.- Chapel with interment in
l.ik.-iili- Memorial I'ark
GOLDSTEIN
Julius i Miami Bearh. June 10 He
lived in the Miami He.Il h area IHyears.
ami waa formerly ol New York He was
a member of the Greater Miami
H. iieioieni Society and a friend of the
W i ihinKton Federal Hank Senior t'lti
/en- ill. heatra of w hu h his wife w .is a
nieiiihei sunn mn la in- wile Pauline
He w.i alao the fathei oil Samuel <;ur
telle "i New York, Bather Kudlah and
Kii.-.ii.eih Slatei brother ol Bather
: ... in ana Leah Schei grandfather
ii five ami great grandl four
,-li-ea w,ie held June 12 il Rubin
Memorial Chapel with interment at
si.ii ,,i I lav id l
ISENSTEIN
Mi- I'eal I 7s Miami Beael
i resident he n
i.i K ol H

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KBRMAN Beatrice nee Savodklnl
, vro Abraham M Miami Beech
Kiveralde Uakealde
I | imiVMlV. Abraham BI, June 8
Menorah
IKOHiiV NIK. Iir Julius J 75. North
Miami Baach, June Levitt-
Welnatain Lakealda
SCHOENFKLD Joseph 7, forl
Lauderdala, June in itiverside
MtNebo
4 desirable spaces
Temple Emanu-El section
$2000 total
evenings 534-2737
Association of Mortgage
Brokers
Surviving are hie wife Lillian:
daughter Loelii Liabman and
son in law Warren of Seattle; two
grandchildren; and sister Sara
t rown
,,,, ,,,. i- w,. Anna. y
^,..,ll.l.e" and I ^^,.^ hew
ROMAN '
Stellu K W, lum- 18 m Weatwood n J
sn,. waa a realdenl ol MUmi Beach lor
it yeara Survlvlrufan. her eon Samuel
S,luM>iro ol rioste. -. N.I lauKhter
|UiUl Sl.mmel ol eain- k NJ
sister lalhan Knedman 01 Miami
Me... H brother. Theodore Kramer of
NC five K.an.l.b'l.lren and one
-real grmndaon >rvleea were held
June IB at l-.kes.de Memorial I ark
Mau-ol.um with ar.anKements by
N.-w man Kuneral Home
GARFINKEL
Benjamin : Miami Beach, formerly
,,l Newark. N J June IS. He waa the
husband ol Annul Miami Beach, lather
ul Mi- Dorothy Keith of Corai Qablee.
Mi- Hail.ara Niehurg of Old Undge.
n i and Kugene ol WaehJnjiton. D.C..
eiaiidiatii.i oi Uary and Lauren Keiui
iiii.i, iiialiam Sheila Nlebrug and
lam, la <;ailiel.l. and lireal
e,,oi.lfathel ol Mai. Craham brother
,,i M,. lelia Uordon << Has Harbor
1.1.in,I William .iailinkelol Miami and
Mis l_.uia MoKilevsky of Minneapolis
|. ii. mal -.-ivue- w.-ie held June l at
Riveratde with interment at Mt
NelHi i'. motel v
FARBER
1,-lei sn Hay Harbor Island June 7
,,i been a realdenl oi Florida ilnce
......min^ from Davenport Iowa
Surviving are hi- wife Sylvia sona,
I tobel: hail,,-i ol hlosmooi III .
|.,,n.i .i Karoei "i Bay Harboi Island
-...... Ol Miami l.loltiers.
t'harli i- bei iil -plda
ill Matthew I- .,.......I
taral i i
rand
and
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Volume 1
Number 10
JOURNEY Tl
JERUSALEM






Supplement to the Jewish Floridian. Friday, June 29, lfM


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CONTENTS
Journey to Jerusalem
Page 3
Mission to Israel:
A Rabbi's Diary
Meeting the Needs
of Our Elderly
Future Planning
Comes of Age
Page 4
Page 6
Page 10
FEDERATION
Vol. 1. No. 10
June 1980
Published 10 times annually by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida 33137
Phone (305) 576-4000
President
L. Jules Arkin
Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie
Chairman, Public Relations Committee
EliTimoner
Thrift Shop Burns in Riot
See Page 11


JOURNEY TO JERUSALE
1981"
PROGRAM LAUNCHED
The most comprehensive, in-
novative missions program in the
hKtorv of the Greater Miami Jewish
mmunitv will kickoff the 1981
romDined Jewish Appeal-Israel
mergency Fund of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
According to Norman Braman,
aenerai chairman of the 1981 CJA-IEF,
rne missions program will help main-
am the pace set during 1980, which
recorded the largest increase of any
maior campaign in the united States.
and was the most successful peace-
time campaign in the history of
Greater Miami Jewry.
me program will be highlighted
dy four separate trips, departing
Miami for different points on the
qiooe and all uniting at the end of
October in Jerusalem, where the
missions will conclude collectively.
These four trips, part of Journey
to Jerusalem, in Quest of the Jewish
Spirit include:
-Spain Egypt and Israel. Depar-
ting Miami on October 12 and retur-
ning on October 26. Maxine and Ken-
neth Schwartz, Dorita and George
=eicienkreis. and Mikki and Morris
cuternick will lead participants on a
journey through the Iberian Penin-
sula and the Jewish legacy which
helped produce its Golden Age
From Barcelona to Toledo, this
group will see the remains of the
Jewish culture that once was, and
the route of its dispersion beginning
in 1492 Along with visiting former
synagogues and other vestiges of
the former Jewish presence in Spain,
participants will enjoy home hospi-
tality with the leadership of the
modern Spanish Jewish community.
in Egypt, plans call for a visit to the
Pyramids, Sphinx, valley of the Kings
and Queens, and a meeting with
President Anwar El-Sadat.
Plans call for an in-depth ex-
ploration of Israel including a
meeting with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and key gover-
nment officials, a visit aboard the
Hercules C-130 transports used in the
rescue of the hostages at Entebbe,
Uganda in 1976, and hospitality in
Israeli homes.
A minimum commitment of
00 tot j 1980 CJA-IEF campaign
imred for participation in this
mission.
Poland, Denmark and Israel Led
hy Marvis and David schaecter and
Marcy and Donald Lefton, this
mission will be an awesome trip
through the former center of Jewish
civilization in our time. Mr. schaec-
rer a survivor of the Holocaust
along with Ben Meed, president of
tne Warsaw Ghetto Resistance
Organization, survivor of the ghetto
revolt, and a member of the
Presidents Commission on the
Holocaust will lead mission par-
ticipants back in time to the Twarda
Synagogue, Warsaw's last Jewish
house of worship; the site of the
Warsaw Ghetto, the 500,000 Jewish
grave Gezia cemetery, Cracow and
its historic Remo Synagogue, and
Auschwitz.
in Denmark, plans call for an
audience with Her Majesty Queen
Margrethe II and His Royal Highness
Prince Henrik who will be presented
with an award in appreciation of the
role of the Danish people in saving
most of its Jewish population from
the Nazi horror of world War II. A
feature of the Denmark segment will
be home hospitality with some of
the families who participated in that
noble effort.
Participants will then proceed to
Israel where their itineraries will
parallel the other missions, including
a meeting with President Yitzhak
Navon until their historic meeting in
Jerusalem with the other three
missions.
A minimum contribution of
$10 000 to the 1981 combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign is required for par-
ticipation in this mission.
Israel The Source. This mission is
designed for those interested in a
concentrated, in-depth examination
of life in Israel. One of the major
highlights of the Missions Program,
this trip serves as a background to
the link-up with the Spanish, Polish
and Egyptian missions. Participants
in the mission, which departs on Oc-
tober 16 and returns October 26,
may elect to extend their visits in
Israel or arrange to stop over in
Europe on the return trip.
A planned London stopover will
feature meetings with key leaders of
the British Jewish community at the
Houses of Parliament, a night at the
tneater, and sightseeing in the city.
in Israel participants will visit Beit
Hatefutsot Tel Aviv s Museum of the
Jewish Diaspora; west Bank set-
tlements Pitcnat Shalom, the new
Negev area designated for reset-
tlement following abandonment of
the Sinai and immigration absor-
ption centers. They will encounter
kibbutz life and learn what makes the
lives of its members special, in ad-
dition plans call for home
hospitality a visit to the C-130 Her-
oes transports, and a reception by
President Yitzhak Navon and other
Israeli officials. A minimum corn-
Sent of $1,500 to the 1981 com-
bed Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund is required of mission par-
ticipants.
-Egypt, France and Israel: From
October 14-28, participants will be
led by Miamians Maureen and
steohen Muss and Jack Chester on
I once-in-a lifetime Nile River cru.se
with the most luxurious accom-
modations imaginable The sphinx
- a?vacht with service and luxury ac-
coutrements unequalled. Beginning
in Luxor, the members of this cruise
imited to 20 couples, will visit the
Pyramids, sphinx, valley of Kings and
Queens, and the world famous Cairo
Museum, home of the King
Tutankhamen exhibit. Plans call for
meetings with Egyptian President
Anwar El-Sadat and other Egyptian
officials before proceeding to Israel.
While in Nice, plans call for a recep-
tion at the Royal Palace in Monaco,
with His Royal Highness Prince
Rainier and Her Royal Highness Prin-
cess Grace. A highlight of the
European segment of the trip will be
a planned luncheon with world
famous artist Marc Chagall at the
Foundation Maeght in St Paul
devence, where the renowned artist
will receive a special com-
memorative award.
in Israel, plans call for a meeting
with Prime Minister Menachem
Begin president Yitzhak Navon, and
other' key government leaders^
minimum commitment of sioo.uuu
to the 1981 CJA-ief campaign is
required for participation on the
mission.
The 1981 Missions Program of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is
unquestionably the most innovative
and comprehensive this Jewish
community has ever been offered,
according to Donald E. Lefton,
Missions chairman.
Other mission opportunities in-
clude the Family Mission from
August 5-15, the Young Adults
Mission from August 5-15, the Prime
Ministers Mission from August 24-29,
the Presidents Mission from October
5-10, and the Leadership
Development Mission from October
30 to November 9.
The Chazak Mission, from Novem-
ber 16-26,1980, is the culmination of
a series of required educational
meetings and campaign training
sessions with the responsibility of
soliciting at least 15 individuals for
their contribution to the 1981 CJA-
ief campaign after the Mission
returns.
The program is designed for men
between the ages of 30 and 40, and
is limited to 25 participants.
Space is limited on all missions,"
said Mikki Futernick, GMJF women's
Division Campaign Chairman, so we
urge you to contact the Federation
Missions Department as soon as
possible to insure your place.
Paula Levy, women's Division
Missions Chairman, called the 1981
GMJF Missions Program the oppor-
tunity of a lifetime to see Israel and
other wellsprings of Jewish life in
the twentieth century in a format
unlike any other.



:
Mission To Israel
A Rabbi's Diary
Rabbi Simcha Freedman, the
spiritual leader of Temple Adath
Yeshurun, and the newly elected
president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami for
1981 recently returned from a Rab-
binic" cabinet Mission to Israel. He
has allowed federation to reprint
part of the diary he kept on the
mission.
I was most fortunate to have been
chosen DV the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to represent our com-
munity on a Rabbinic Cabinet Mission
to Israel. I was privileged to join 26
other rabbis representing a cross-
section of the entire country as well
as various religious orientations
Menachem Begin
one of the highlights of the tour
was our one hour session with
Menachem Begin which took place
on March 11 th- It was very beneficial
that our meeting took place at the
end of our visit because a number of
issues crystallized and we were able
to elicit some responses from the
Prime Minister. Mr. Begin looked pale
and wan as he entered the small
conference room. Prior to being
seated we joined together in the
traditional blessing which is made on
meeting the the Jewish Head of
State.
Begin demonstrated a sense of
modesty when Rabbi Rabinowitz
suggested that this blessing was to
be recited but nevertheless I'm sure
he recognized that the respect
being bestowed was not necessarily
upon him but upon the office he
held. He began the session with a
lengthy opening statement in which
he emphasized his concern over the
United states position at the UN vis-
a-vis settlements and "East
Jerusalem. He was not satisfied with
the united states retraction" of the
statement.
He emphasized that he was very
optimistic about the eventual peace
settlement between Egypt and
Israel. He felt this was in the best in-
terests of both countries and that he
was confident that Egypt would
adhere to the agreement because it
recognized that it had more to gain
from doing so than from not. Begin
specifically mentioned the areas of
agriculture, trade and tourism
where the countries can interact on
a positive and beneficial level. He
sounded convincing and convinced.
Begin was asked about the plight
of the Faiasha community in
Ethiopia We had met with a leader
of the Faiasha Jews, Avraham Yardai.
This man had impressed us with his
sincerity ana his passionate concern
for the 25,000 black Jews who are
languishing and starving in Ethiopia.
He had argued that the government
ShoTn are UraVh Prim* Minister Menachem Begin H.-(t> and Rabbi Simcha Freedman.
was not doing as much as it could to
get these people out. we voiced his
concern to the Prime Minister. Begin
pointed out that his government
had very forcefully moved on this
issue. He said that the political
relationship between Israel and
Ethiopia is not now a very good
one. Begin had made overtures to
that government through
diplomatic channels but had not
received any response from them.
He had also
avenues to
government
mediation of
far, he has
Nevertheless
pursue other
attempted to use other
reach the Ethiopian
such as through the
the united States. Thus
met with no success.
Israel was continuing to
possibilities, he said.
(There are approximately 400
Falashas now living in Israel with the
mam body found in Ashdod. They
nave made a very successful
assimilation into the mainstream of
the Jewish community.)
The very delicate question of the
different Jewish religious
denominations and their equal
status in Israel was raised by our
spokesman. Begin replied that he
hoped that the differences between
the various denominations could be
resolved in the united States, how
this is done, he said, would influence
Israels resolution of the question.
Samuel Lewis
Samuel Lewis is the American Am
bassador to Israel and we met with
him on the first evening of our
arrival in Israel. Lewis is a very suave
and urbane gentleman who spoke
with great eloquence, passion and
seeming sincerity. He pointed out
that the world does not recognize
the great sacrifice that Israel went to
in order to establish peace within
the area. He said that in this country
there is no greater diplomatic
achievement than this peace treaty
He emphasized that President Carter
should be given tremendous credit
for his efforts in seeing to it that
such a treaty was reached.
He pointed out that sometimes
the united States has to cooperate
with the Arabs for the welfare of the
what it sees as the ultimate solution
to the problems within the area
even though this might be viewed
by other parties as being detrimen-
tal to Israel. He said that the Arabs
were becoming more sophisticated
in the couchinq of their motives at
the united Nations. There is a
Hebrew expression that says
Respect him and beware of him i
believe this would be applicable to
Mr. Lewis.
Falashas
we met with Avraham Yardai
young Faiasha Jew from Ashdod He
spoke to us very passionately at)0>JJ
the critical situation facing trie
25,000 Ethiopian Black Jews who stm
remain in that country. He spoke or
the very religious life led by tnese


individuals. He even complained tnat
the small (400) Falasna contingent
now living in Israel is facing a cer-
tain degree of assimilation because
in Ethiopia there was never a word
for secular. A Faiasha Jew was
either Jewish, meaning religious,
or he assimilated out of tne Jewish
community altogether. He said that
in Israel this concept of
secularization may have the effect
of weaning some Black Jews from
their religious heritage. He ex-
pressed great concern that the
Begin government is doing little to
help the Faiasha community
emigrate to Israel. Prime Minister
Begin assured us that every possible
avenue is being explored to help
these fellow Jews, (it should be
noted that both Chief Rabbis have
ruled that the Falashas are Jews.)
Soviet Jewry
we met with Professor Branover
of Ben Curion university
Branover came to Israel a number
of years ago from the Soviet union
and has a laboratory in the Beer-
sheva university where he is lec-
turing and doing research on
utilizing salt water for energy needs
He told us that he has been respon-
sible for a breakthrough in this par-
ticular area and that within several
years, his process will be used to
generate enough power to com-
pletely fulfill the energy needs of a
small apartment complex.
we were told that while Professor
Branover is a scientist of great note,
his major occupation in Israel is on
behalf of his brothers and sisters,
Soviet Jewry. Branover explained to
us that with regard to the debate
taking place in the world Jewish
community concerning the Nosh-
rim (drop outs), he is of the
opinion that we must do all in our
power to encourage Soviet Jewry to
emigrate from Russia no matter
where they go. He said that every
year the Soviet Jewish community
remains behind the iron Curtain
brings them closer to assimilation in-
to the general culture. He pointed
out that books translating the Torah
into Russian. Russian-Jewish calen-
dars, Russian translations of the
Haggadah for example, etc. must be
gotten into the Soviet union. He said
that even now there are small
cliques of Jews studying and learning
about their Jewish heritage. I had
the good fortune a number of days
later to meet Hillel Butman, his wife
and two daughters. Hillel arrived in
Israel eight months ago from the
Soviet union where he had been a
Prisoner of conscience for a period
of time. He spoke in flowing terms of
the life that he has found in Israel.
Butman expressed great contempt
for those Soviet Jews who have elec-
ted to go elsewhere rather than set-
tle in Israel.
War and Peace
Part of our tour concerned itself
with Israels military survival, we
were privileged to listen to Captain
Yaacov Aloni, associate director for
the institute for Leadership of the
Jewish Agency.
One of the most important aspects
of our visit was the explanation of
Israels tremendous concern for
sweet water, we were told that
the reason for the precipitous start
of the 67 war was due to the threat
by Syria to cut off a major water
supply to the Sea of Galilee. Israels
concern with the west Bank today is
also very much due to its desperate
need for fresh water. At the present
time Israel utilizes 95 percent of all
the water it has access to. As the
needs of Israel increase there is a
desperate concern that the safety of
the water supply be maintained and
additional resources be found.
Our visit to a radio station in
Lebanon known as The voice of
Hope was also very interesting. This
is a Christian operated station under
the auspices of a Protestant minister
from van Nuys, California, which airs
Christian folk and country and
western style music and pipes in
messages of friendship and hopes
for peace, voice of Hope broad-
casts to those living in southern
Lebanon.
Gideon Hausner
Gideon Hausner is the former At-
torney General of the State of Israel
and was responsible for the
prosecution of Adolph Eichmann.
Hausner is also author of the out-
standing book which details that
famous trial entitled Justice in
Jerusalem. He is now the head of
Yad vashem. He spoke to us at great
length about how the Holocaust is
being studied in Israel and pointed
out that individual schools and
classes are taking specific towns to
study and researching their fate
during the Holocaust. He em-
phasized that the Jewish approach
must always be to speak in terms of
the Six Million rather than the eleven
million who lost their lives due to
Nazi persecution. He said that
although this is a current debate in
certain circles, it is gross injustice to
the memories of the Jewish martyrs.
He said that while it is true that
others suffered and died during that
period of time, it was only the
Jewish people who were destroyed
because of their Jewish identity and
for no other reason.
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MEETING THE NEEDS OF OUR ELDERLY
With the advent of medical ad-
vancements in a health conscious
society, along with demographic
changes in our population, the
numbers and proportion of our
elderly continues to grow. Accom-
panying this increase is a nationwide
decrease in affordable rental
housing, compounded by con-
dominium conversions and soaring
inflation, serious as the problem is
nationally, it is more severe in Dade
County where 17 percent of the
total population is over age 65, a
figure 6 percent higher than the
national average.
Within our local Jewish com-
munity, one in three is
elderly, in an effort to expand the
much needed services to this elderly
population, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has begun plans
for its second rent-subsidized apar-
ment building for the elderly. The
newly formed non-profit cor-
poration, Jewish Federation Housing
II, inc., headed by president Samuel I.
Adler, will coordinate construction
and operation of the four-story
building to be located in the Kendall
area at southwest 104 Street and 108
Avenue.
This new building will not only pr-
vide affordable housing, Adler ex-
plained, but it will also reduce the
number of elderly who might
otherwise have to go into in-
stitutional settings if Federation s
housing program were not in
operation:
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William DorsK\ A Associates. Architects
Robert I. ('mint Construction Company, h
Construction on the 111-unit
building, to be made possible with
a loan from the U.S. Department of
Housing and urban Development
(HUD) under Section 202/8, will begin
this summer.
When completed in the fall of
1981, the building will include safety
features in each unit, emergency
response, recreation, educational
and cultural programming,
telephone reassurance, shopping
and transportation assistance and
others, all to be provided through
Federation s family of local agencies.
The facilities will induce a library,
lounge, crafts room, c ime room,
meeting room and dining and social
hall. Although each apartment will
be equipped with a kitchen, there
will be a central kitchen for
preparinn one communal meal daily
and spec. I holiday meals.
The South Dade location of the
hi Hiding is within walking distance of
shopping, mass transportation and
the Mature Student Center at the
Miami-Dade Community College
South Campus. Federation agencies
in the area include the South Dade
Jewish community center, 12401
S.w. 102 Avenue, and the Jewish
Family and Children's Service, 8905
S.w. 87 Avenue.
The living units, all one-bedroom
apartments including 10 designed
especially to accommodate han-
dicapped residents, will be rented to
low-income tenants who will receive
HUD rent subsidies, utilities will be
included and no resident will pay
more than 25 percent of his income
for rent. Each resident must be age
62 and over, or in the case of a
married couple one spouse must be
at least age 62. in addition, residents
must be capable of maintaining
themselves and their apartments.
The need for a housing program
for the elderly was originally iden
tified by the Federation s commit-
tee on Services to the Elderly, which
created a task force to study the
problem. Resulting from this was the
creation by Federation of Jewish
Federation Housing, inc., the non-
profit corporation formed to coor-
dinate the construction of
Federation Towers, an 11-story apar-
tment building for the elderly in
Miami Beach which opened last
November.
The overwhelming response by
the ^'derly community to
-ederauon Towers and the tremen-
dous need to provide low-rent
housing prompted plans for a
second building and the creation of
Jewish Federation Housing II, inc. to
carry out those plans,'' commented
Adler.
Heading Jewish Federation
Housing n, inc. with Mr. Adler are
Morton Silberman, chairman of the
Board of Directors, David B. Fleeman,
vice president; and Myron j. Brodie,
secretary/treasurer. Members of the
Board of Directors are Elaine Bloom,
Steven Brownstein, William Donner,
Stanley R. Gilbert, ignacio Goldem-
berg, coldie Goldstein. Arthur
Horowitz, Melvin L. Kartzmer, Harry
A. Levy, Norman H. Lipoff, Lee Mar-
cus, Anita Robbins, Leo Rose, Jr.,
Kenneth J. Schwartz, Marilyn smith,
Louis Stein, Sol Taplin, Joseph N
unger, Eugene Weiss, Gwen Wein-
berger and Leonard A. Wien, jr.


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consultants to Jewish Federation
Housing M, inc. are Joseph Blonskv,
management consultant; William
Dorsky, architect; Martin Fine, legal
and housing consultant; Robert L
Grant, general contractor, Sidney
Lefcourt, fiscal consultant; Robert
Pritikin, disbursement consultant;
and Harry B. Smith and Steven J.
Kravitz, legal consultants.
We look forward to the opening
of the new building and other
facilities which can enhance the
quality of life t^ere in Greater Miami
for groups of citizens who are disad-
vantaged or in need, yet can remain
productive with our help, Adler
said
/
Federation Towers: Seven Months Later
Joseph (ierber
"Living here is
something that I had
never hoped for Before
I lived in a neigh-
borhood that was
changing into a ghetto.
Now I have found a
new life. I'm very hap-
py here. "
(iertrude LtVJf
'Where I lived before,
1 uas the only Jewish
person there, but now I
am so content. I have
my own people here. I
try to do what I can
here. If I want to do
anv volunteer work I
do it. I'm grateful that
Federation is con-
structing another
building for the elderly,
because I know a lot of
people need it.
Min Schaller
"My husband and I
used to life in South
Miami and he would sit
all day just watching
television since
we've been here, both
of us hafe been very
active. We feel like
we're really in heaven.
Everybody's just won-
derful and I thank
God everyday for the
blessing.
Hannah Backer
My whole life has
been changed it's
just a miracle. It it so
clean and everybody's
so nice It's just, a
Utopia and wonderful
way to spend your last
years
Vl xander Bach
/I me say this, I feel
Federation has ac-
tually accomplished
thing that our
tyttom has been
tr\mg to do for many
and that is the
ft $ ion of human
providing under-
ling and help to
u ho are in need,
ten a big uplift.
illy, psycho-
cally and phy-
for me, and I'm
eful"
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Federation Towers, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's first
apartment building for the elderly,
opened its doors last November to
the rousing cheers of South Beach's
elderly population and the Jewish
community. Today, 149 persons
ranging in age from 62 to 91, reside
in the 11-story 114 unit apartment
building located on the corner of 8th
Street and West Avenue in Miami
Beach.
Most of these residents have an
annual income of less than $6,000
and were forced to spend ap-
proximately 70 percent of their in-
come renting substandard housing
before moving into Federation
Towers. As a result most had little
money left over for food, utilities,
transportation or medicine.
Today, none of the residents of
Federation Towers spends more
than 25 percent of his income for
rent, which is government sub-
sidized.
These people are making new lives
for themselves. They have made
new friends and have taken up new
interests and hobbies. Where before
there was a feeling of loneliness and
despair, now there ia a sense of
belonging and hope. Although many
of these people have no family to
care for them. Federation and its
member agencies have become their
family.
FEDERATION recently inter-
viewed several residents of
Federation Towers to find out how
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation changed their lives.
Belle Becker
"I have no family, un-
fortunately, and
coming here has
created a new life and a
new family for which I
am terribly grateful to
Federation. "
Ida Lubow
"Before I came here I
prayed not to wake up
in the morning, and
that is the truth. Since
I am here, I have been
so active and I love
everything."
1 "by Kooperman
'Sines I've lived here,
it has given me a new
< 'ling of security,
P tment I don't feel
afraid as I used to feel
afraid I've gone back
"iv writing I've
creative here
h more than I have
"> 'he last five years "
Dorothy Epstein
"I'm the happiest per-
son that I was selected
to get an apartment
here. Every day I get
up and say "Thank
God that I can live
here and enjoy every-
thing that they offer
and they offer a lot.
Before I came here, I
used to sit in my apart-
ment; there was no one
to talk to, and I was
afraid to open my door.
All I can say is thank
God I am here, that I'm
living, and I feel young
again and being wan-
ted and cared for. "



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The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Women's
Division 5th Annual Retreat was held on May 28
and 29 at the Konover Hotel On hand for the
event were Retreat Co-chairmen Ellen Mandler
(left) and Kathie Grossman (second from left);
Ellyn Elkins (second from right). Retreat
Arrangements Chairman; and Charlotte Held
'right). Women's Division Leadership
Development Vice President.
Pictured at the Women's Division 5th Annual
Retreat are (from left) Sandi Simon, Retreat
Program Chairman; Kathie Grossman. Retreat
Co-chairman. Selma Sew man. Miami Beach Area
Retreat Chairman; Ellyn Elkins. South I. id*
Area Retreat Chairman; Entity Sastar, North
Dade Area Retreat Chairman; Nancy Orovitz,
Retreat Hospitality Chairman; ami Ellen
Mandler. Retreat Co-chairman.
Recently elected officers of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's Division were
installed May 29 at the Women's Division
Annual Installation Luncheon, held in con-
junction with the Women's Division 5th Annual
Retreat at the Konover Hotel Women's Division
president Helene Berger (third from right)
congratulates Dorothy Podhurst (left). Vice
/'resident of Community Education. Guen
Weinberger (second from left). Nominating
Committee Chairman; Charlotte Held (third from
left). Vice President of Leadership Development.
Mikki Futernick (second from right). Campaign
Chairman; and Maxine Schwartz (right).
Parliamen tarian
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earthenu are jug to outgoing genenil campaign
Chairman Samuel I Adler for his unrelenting
efforts on behalf of GM.IF's I960 Combined
Jeuish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign
Members of Federation'* Accountant'. Division gathered last month for a
MM ktaii party on behalf of the 1980 CJAIEP Joel l.e, v /second from l./n
was honorad for his Jwwiah communal tarviea Presenting the award wa*
Har^ A Ul v 'left I. GMJF president /.. I On hand for the event u ere Sin
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)MJF42nd
mual Meeting
ore than 400 leaders of the
>ater Miami Jewish Federation
fhered Wednesday evening, June
the Carillon Hotel in Miami Beach
the Federation s 42nd Annual
?ting Highlighting the event was
election of CMJF Officers, Board
[Directors, Trustees and Advisory
jncii and the presentation of the
niey C. Myers Presidents Leader-
|p Award.
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Seuly elected GMJF President // Jules Arkin with an antiqued silver and 24 earat gold porcelain etrog container, honoring his
dedication and integrity in all facets of Jewish life and community leadership
-
tstandinx leaders of the (ireater Miami Jci. ish cam
. > recipient! of the /.*as<' Stanley < Myers
k leadership \uani I. Jules Arkin '< enter/
td the <" etedaward* to Fern Canter inghtlandStei <"
"' for their cxi eptutnal wrr ice and dedication to
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^hipon hand at the recent Waterway PUuc I i-JFt Annua Me,
'from Itff) Herman Hem,..' Unpaign Wrs J
r I o/ Water,, x Plato I chairperson.
"' "'' I chairman
and
Lebedihei Branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Alliance gathered
the (ireater Miami Jet, ish Federation s Combined Jen ish
\ppeal-lsrael Emergency Fund campaign Shown are iseated from left to
Bigelman, Morris Tamres, Joseph P Zuckerman, chairman, and
I,son, vie, president Standing (from left to tight! are Mr and
Mr- l.aoi April, I.con OrenStein, treasurer. Oscar Shapiro, i iicprcsiden(.
S\h ia Zucherman and Sam Herke.



x-.mmy.w,,
with the 1980 combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign just about over, Greater Miami
Jewish Federation leadership is
already planning for the Jewish
community s 1981 year.
However, Sidney lefcourt, chair-
man of Federation s Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies, is more con-
cerned with the Greater Miami
Jewish community of 2081 and the
quality of its communal life. He
believes in aggressively planning
now for the future through a
program of endowments and
bequests.
Since its establishment in 1972,
the Foundation has created a legacy
and bequest program which sur-
passed the S3 million mark by 1975
and was approaching the $13 million
mark at the beginning of 1980.
This rapid growth follows the
distribution of $3 million in the past
two years.
According to Lefcourt, unrestric-
ted funds (those endowed funds
without an earmarked use, also
referred to as endowments) now ac-
count for about $1.25 million of the
current total. He added that the
Foundation is striving toward an
equal balance between restricted
funds and endowments, and pointed
out that such an equal balance
would generate an income of about
$1.5 million annually.
with such funds available to the
community, he said, existing com-
munal institutions are guaranteed
future survival.
Lefcourt said that the investment
Subcommittee, under the chairman-
ship of Jay Kislak and comprised en-
tirely of professionals in the field of
business and finance, guides the in-
vestments of the Foundation s
assets.
Foundation s other three sub-
committees are the Operating Sub-
committee, chaired by Harry B.
Smith, which determines the
distribution of all general and philan-
thropic funds, the Development
Subcommittee, chaired by Stanley C.
Myers, which promotes financial
resources within the community,
and the Legal and Tax Subcommit-
tee, chaired by Shepard King, which
consists of lawyers, accountants and
trust officers who offer professional
counseling to the Foundation direc-
tor in addition to sponsoring a
Speakers Bureau and an annual tax
seminar.
As part of this goal of balancing
endowments and restricted funds,
efforts are currently being focused
on a letter of intent proqram
enabling money in the community
to continue working to improve
Jewish communal life in coming
decades.
Lefcourt pointed out that
revisions in federal tax laws during
Sidney Lefcourt
the past decade have provided
philanthropic incentives to people
in all economic brackets, and that
the modern foundation need not be
a repository only for bequests and
endowments of the wealthy.
Foundation funded programs and
special projects covers a wide range
of services and needs within the
community not currently being met
through allocations from the annual
CJA-ief campaign.
For example, the VIP (Very impor-
tant People) Project for senior
citizens throughout Greater Miami is
operated through a grant to the
Jewish community centers of South
Florida. The project is designed to
involve senior citizens in their
neighborhood life by helping them
identify other seniors who are
isolated and lonely and possibly in
need of professional help.
It offers meaningful work for
participants helping to provide an
outlet for their energies and
alleviating their own isolation and
loneliness.
Another Foundation grant to the
Central Agency for Jewish Education
for a Special Education Program is
providing funds for a two year pilot
program to develop appropriate
Jewish educational services in
synagogue, day, and afternoor
community schools for children who
have learning disabilities, in 1980, a
total of 125 students were enrolled
in the program.
One recent Foundation bequest
established a rehabilitation program
of the Jewish vocational Service
which provides daily transportation
for 12 to 14 elderly handicapped
working at the Sheltered workshop
of the JVS The workshop, in addition
to providing a positive social at-
mosphere, also enables these han-
dicapped to remain independent
and postpone institutionalization
in addition, the Israel Programs Of-
fice received a grant for a revolving
loan program to encourage study in
Israel. This program supplements an
existing Federation scholarship
program, in its first year, 15 students
benefitted from the grant.
Another allocation was made
toward the construction of the
Religious Heritage Chapel, located in
the new Capitol Building of the State
of Florida in Tallahassee.
This year, the Jewish community
of Jackson, Miss, was allocated
monies through a special fund set up
by the Council of Jewish Federations
to provide financial help to those
Jewish residents affected by flood
damage last year
A bequest left to the Foundation
for the purpose of aiding Miami
residents in the process of making
Aliyah to Israel was organized into a
fund which is making allocations of
up to $500 per family to assist them,
in their move.
in addition, a special bequest was
left to aid in the resettlement of
Soviet Jews in Miami This bequest
has been developed into a special
need fund. For instance, some of the
proceeds from the bequest have
purchased a Russian language type-
writer for a newly founded emigre*
newspaper
man endowment fund, Lefcourt
explained, resources are recycled
over and over to produce new
dollars for such proqrams not
among those types to receive an on-
going annual allocation from the
CJA-IEF.
The Foundation is like Moses bur-
ning bush, he added it is always'
giving off light and warmth, but
never consumes itself.
For further information about
bequests or letters of intent, contact
Foundation director Stephen E. Rose,
576-4000


main Thrift Shop of the Miami
J, Home and Hospital for the
l(MJHHA). located at 7300 N.w.
Ive was burned to the ground.
laitv of the riots that took
m Miami recently.
jgn the exact dollar loss has
jeen computed, the loss is
3ted to be more than $750,000
jpertv and merchandise. Last
e Thrift Shop grossed
in sales of donated mer-
lise the proceeds of which
Ided medicine and medical
lies to indigent residents of the
Cajor effort is now underway to
[storage space and to acquire
"inventory. Most needed are
iaoie items such as furniture,
lues, clothing and appliances.
two other Thrift Shops of the
le located at 500 N.E. 79th
Jt, Miami, and at 3145 Hallandale
m Boulevard, Hallandale, were
[damaged and are open for
less as usual.
|e destroyed Thrift Shop was
led in 1964 to help support
tents of the Miami Jewish Home
Rabbi's Diary
CO
visited the prison at acco
re those who forcibly resisted
[British had been imprisoned.
was also the execution site for
|mber of members of resistance
?s such as the irgun and the
Gang we saw the newspaper
)mgs of the famous break-out
Acco Prison. This prison was
)osed to be impregnable and
prison break gave a tremendous
[t to Jewish resistance against
British and eventually to British
(rmination to allow the united
pns to resolve the problem of
?tine.
ibbutz
shamei
ietaot
Is kibbutz was founded by those
|were survivors of the ghettos.
of these Individuals were In-
?d in resistance against the
m this kibbutz there is an ex-
wt museum which details
ucaiiy the Holocaust period in-
[ng paintings and sculptures by
pers of the kibbutz, along with
and Hospital for the Aged, it had
become a well-known establishment
in the community as an outlet for
quality furniture and unique items.
The Thrift Shop employed 18 people,
we are deeply saddened by this
tragic incident, said Aaron Kravitz,
chairman of the Thrift Shop Com-
C-ontinued from Page 5
hundreds of pictures, maps and
other memorabilia.
upon leaving the kibbutz we learn-
ed of its younger members wno
were involved in the 73 war. One
was a tank commander who was woun-
ded in the very opening hours of the
fighting against the Syrians. He was
rushed back to a hospital in Nahariya
but after a very short time and
against doctor s orders, he left to go
back to the front. He got back into a
tank and with the battle raging all
about him, was able to destroy over
20 enemy tanks. There are those who
credit him with turning around the
original Syrian thrust in the opening
days of the war. When asked why he
didn't remain in the hospital and
why he had rushed back to the front,
he answered Kibud Av v.Ame
(respect for parents). He said that his
oarents were involved in fighting
against the Nazis but their effort was
too little and too late. Out of respect
for them and for what they attem-
pted to do, he felt that he must do
whatever he could for his country
and not wait until it was too late.
Sadot
Sadot is a wealthy moshav located
in the Sinai to be returned to Egypt.
The settlers here ^e done very
well financially through their
agricultural endeavors, we were
mittee of the Home, it will take a
community effort to replace such a
large loss and to ensure uninterrup-
ted support for our residents."
All those wishing to donate mer-
chandise should call 751-3988 in
Dade, or 981-8245 in Broward for a
free pick-up.
taken on a tour of some of the
products grown there, we noted a
strawberry hot house where the
berries are being grown along vines
instead of in the ground.
This allows additional space to be
utlized. Each plant was individually
fed by a small tube which delivered
water directly to it so that there
would be no waste. The moshav
grows a number of plants including
flowers.
One of the most interesting areas
was the place where orange trees
are grown for eventual re-planting
throughout Israel, we were shown a
computer which regulates the
amount of water the fields should
receive on a daily basis. The com-
puter is programmed to take into
consideration such weather con-
ditions such as rain, sunshine,
amount of daylight hours, etc. to
regulate the exact optimum level of
water required each day.
The moshav members are bitter
about what they see as a Begin "sell-
out. They feel they were pioneers
and front line defenders of Israel
against possible incursion and that
now the rug is being pulled out from
under them. They realize that Pit-
chat Shalom" is being built to serve
as a resettlement area but most are
not interested in moving there.
There is widespread disillusionment
and some who have made aliya
promised to leave Israel altogether.


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The (ireater Miami Jewish Federation'i Cuban
llebreu Committee and Russuin Resettlement
Program are partu ipatmg in a joint effort with the
Hebron Immigrant Aid Society (HIASi m outing
the I nited States (Internment in its Cuban refugn
ttU-merit program at Opa Locka Airport.
M< nihtrs of tht Cuban Hebreu communit\ hare
been manning a station at tht Opa Locka Airport's
Processing Cantor, registering refugee families who
a ill Qocanm part of the case load of Federation's
refugee resettlement facilities operated by its family
of Ogt ndes, among them the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Jewish Vocational Serviet
and the Rescue and Migration Sen ice of the
Xational ( ouncil of Jewish Women'.
The volunteer staff at Opa l.otka has already
aided in processing approximately 1500 Cuban
refugees. All hare been reunited with close relatives
already resitling in the Muimi area.
MAS and Federation have been in constant
consultation tilth other national and local voluntary
resettlement agencies, the State Department, and
local governmental offices in developing seriices
and strategies for resettlement of these neu l\
arrived members of South Florida's (aban com-
munity
HI AS. with the help of Federation, u ill assist
refugees without local ties to be resettled in other
communities around the country-

Holocaust Survivors Gather in Israe
A world Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors will oe held in
Israel from June 15 to 18, 1981. En-
visioned as an event of major
historical consequence in contem-
porary Jewish life, it is the first of its
kind ever to take place and possibly
also the only one.
The idea of this international con-
vocation was first conceived while
Jews were still in concentration
camps, in the ghettos, and in the
forests of Eastern Europe during
World War n. However, it wasn t until
recently that some of the survivors
living in the united States and Israel
decided to proceed with definitive
planning to make the gathering a
reality, it is expected that thousands
of survivors and their families from
around the world will make the
pilgrimage to Israel next year;
perhaps 20,000 or more, in addition,
many of the tens of thousands of
survivors living in Israel are likely to
participate.
The World Gathering will be held
under the patronage of Prime
Minister Menachem Begin of Israel
Honorary chairmanship has been
assumed by distinguished sur-
vivors, the author Elie Wiesel. chair-
man of the united States Holocaust
Memorial Council, and Simone veil,
president of the European
Parliament.
Several internationally known
Jewish personalities have been con-
sulted at various stages of the
preparatory work and discussion, in-
cluding: Yitzhak Navon, President of
Israel; Leon Dulzin, chairman of the
Jewish Agency; Yehuda Avner, ad-
visor to the Prime Minister of Israel
Gideon Hausner, chairman of the
Council of Yad vashem Heroes and
Martyrs Remembrance Authority
Stefan Grayek chairman cf the
world Federation of Jewish Fighters
Partisans and Camp inmates Philip
M. Klutznick, Secretary of Commerce
and president (on leave) of the
world Jewish congress; Kaiman
Sultanik, vice president of the world
Jewish congress and member of the
Executive of the Jewish Agency; ir-
win S. Field, national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal; Samuel Roth-
berg, chairman of the Israel Bonds
Organization; Benjamin Meed,
president of the Warsaw Ghetto
Resistance Organization; Simone veil,
president of the European
Parliament; and Samuel Pisar, inter-
national attorney.
The world Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors will:
emphasize the significance of
the Holocaust and commemorate
the 36th anniversary of liberation
from the Nazi concentration camps;
serve notice to the entire world
that the Holocaust must never be
forgotten, never be repeated;
affirm the continuity and sur-
vival of the Jewish people as a whole
and the state of Israel as their focal
point,
on a worldwide scale, bear per-
sonal witness to the Holocaust ex-
perience;
transmit testaments from all
the survivors to the next generation
and future generations;
above all this gathering will be
an opportunity for the survivo^
from all over the world once
their lifetime to be with ea<
other see each other touch eac
other and in doing sc re ~ :e
their survival and that of the jew
people
While it is noted that
paramount importance is the ac
vancing age of the many of the Suj
vivors and the awareness that tn|
may be the only opportunity f(
such an international convocaticr
at the same time participants wii
invited to bring their sons ani
daughters their spouses chiidrer
even grandchildren
To take charge of planning ar
administration, Samuel R Mczes
New York, has been appointed
Executive Director of the worij
Gathering. The office is located
the headquarters of the woric
Jewish Congress, One Park Avenue]
Suite 418, New York, New York lOOif
telephone (212) 679-0600. extensior
431.
WHEN THE SHAPIROS OF MIAMI
VACATION IN THE SOVIET UNION
THIS SUMMER, A VISIT TO THE
SHAPIROS Of MOSCOW COULD BE
VERY MEANINGFUL. FOR ALL OF
US.
Let a Soviet Jew know his fellow
Jews haven't forgotten him Let
South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry show you how
Phone 576-4000.


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