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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University of Florida
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oclc - 35317254
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AA00010090:02682

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- Number 26 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday. June 27. 1980
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Nazi Thugs Attack Jews in Paris
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the bod) must produce
which is an enzvme
peJucad pancreas When
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us digest the
lactose we are eating we begin
developing the symptoms of
lactose intolerance
Statistics indicate that most
Hlack*, become lactose intolerant
as adults, as do H5 percent of
Jews. Indians, and Oriental
peoples The only known ex
ceptions are people of Scan
dinavian descent and other
Caucasians from northern
F.urope
lactose intolerance ranged
from mild upset to complete
disabilu\ after eating milk
products Apparently the closer
the dmr\ product is to liquid
milk, the greater the difficulty
that follows
BABIES WHO sutler from the
disorder are fed with milk
substitute formula that is.
so\bean derivstives It is not
commonly known that lactose
intolerance may devekip later in
life The problm tends to worsen
as t he
ceases t<
with age.
gradually
lactas.
Om young Jewish
college student who
indulging in cheesecake,
ticularlv after exams
pancreas
produce
man. a
enjoy I'd
par
and
dfoappointmanta in love, related
that he had an unbridled passion
for this Hood, describing it as
'ambrosia He admitted thut he
had never made a connection
between his eaatronomk in-
dulgence and subsequent
discomfort His physician
.is, ribed his physical complaints
U) tension
It was an unending cyle of
involuntary self-damage." he
related There was a lot of
pressure in my life I fell better
after eating cheesecake. And I
never realised that my symptoms
- attributed to stress wen'
caused primarily by a seemingly
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Editor Charges
U.S. Helps Rig OPEC Prices
_ ... j..,i < ar*i t*nlv*t.H from '
Nr\\ YORK Jon Kimche.
itor f \rab-Aeim Affairs.
I^km the U S government
IJupprtsMii reports that con
|2,ct*d th" Administration's
latKiaUers,,.,, of the Spring 1979
I which purportedly
L*""' he halt of exports
**> Iran Thii expose, based on
~*umentarN evidence, appears
Ik June JuJy 9u" "'
un magazine
In mid April. 1979. Kimche
says, ten weeks after the cur-
tailing of Iranian exports, the
I' S Treasury Department
circulated an unpublished report
to the Departments
State, and to
I
for
Situation
THE REPORT, prepared by
Jav Polach and I'athryn Cod
of Fnergy
the CIA on The
Implications of the Iranian ( nSU
for the World Petroleum
dard. two analysts from the
Treasury Department's Office of
International Economic
Analysis, said that since 1971.
the international market was
characterized by a surplus in
crude and refined products,
which resulted in increasing
OPEC output restrictions
Kimche quotes from the
report In vise o! the surplus.
Continued un Page 9-A
Police Slow to Step
In and Stop Brawling
PARIS (JTAI Inhabitants of the Jewish
district of Saint Paul here live in fear following an attack
staged by neo-Nazi commandos a few days ago. Some 40
commandos wearing helmets and arm bands with swas-
tikas, attacked shops and passersby in the pletzl. the
Jewish district, to the shouts of "kill the Jews.*'
WITNESSES SAID that many of the attackers had
swastikas painted on their cheeks, and elderly people
thought they were reliving the dreaded wartime era when
.lews were rounded up by the Gestapo and French
militiamen to be sent to Nazi death camps.
Minutes after the attack, which took place on Satur-
day morning, members of the Jewish defense
organization (OJD) clashed with commando members
who were armed with iron bars. Each time the leaders of
the commandos blew their whistles, their men shouted
down with the Jews, kill them." one terrified witness
said. Police took some time to intervene after a severe
clash between the commandos and OJD militants.
The extreme right-wing European Federation of
National Action (FANE) is suspected of being
responsible for the attack. FANE, composed of about 50
militants, is considered as the most radical of all right-
wing organizations. It is believed to have been set up by
dissident members of the Fascist New Forces Party
IPFN).
INHABITANTS OF the Saint Paul district, known
as the Jewish Ghetto of Paris though it has lost much of
its aspect in 30 years, live with the fear of other neo-Nazi
attacks. OJD militants are patrolling the streets of the
Continued on Page 10-A
No Tanks from Him
E Hussein Gets U.S. Tanks;
| Refuses Peace Talks Role
By JOSEPH POLAKOEF
WASHINGTON
(JTAI In their first
meeting in 30 months.
Jordan's King Hussein
gained a commitment from
President Carter to provide
100 sophisticated
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American tanks. But the
King not only refused to
help the President in his
Mideast peace-making
effort but implied that he
favored getting the Soviet
Union into the peace
process
While widespread
congressional opposition is
manifest toward the Saudi
\rabian request for enhancement
ot the combat capacility of its 60
F 15 interceptor jets similar
protests against the tank salt to
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Congressional feeling, it
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JUDAISMS FIRST RABBI SIC FATHER-DAUGHTER FAMILY Debra R Hachen of
H orcester. Mass., after services in Sew York this month in which she was ordained as the
first daughter of a rabbi to become a rabbi. With her is Dr. Alfred Gottschalk (left),
president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, who ordained her, and her
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Headlines
ADL Beats Liberty Lobby Suit
A Texas district court judge has dismissed a $6
million lawsuit brought against the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B nth by the
Washington-based, right-wing Liberty Lobby.
According to Maxwell E. Greenberg, ADL's
national chairman, the case was dismissed
following willful refusals of Willis Carlo, Liberty
Lobby's founder and leader, to appear in a Texas
court to submit to interrogation by ADL's at-
torneys.
Liberty Lobby, which Greenberg called "the
largest and best-financed right-wing, anti-Semitic
apparatus in the country today,'' filed the suit in
1976. The group, he said, falsely charged that
ADL and the Mutual Broadcasting System had
joined together to remove Liberty Lobby's daily
broadcasts from Mutual's radio network. The suit
was filed in Texas because one of the radio
stations was located in Waco.
The New York State Court of Appeals,
reversing a lower court decision, has ruled
unanimously that a Rochester hospital must
accommodate the religious practices of a Jewish
Sabbath observer on its staff.
The Sabbath observer Sally Rappaport of
Rochester. N.Y. was represented in her
complaint against Genessee Hospital by Joseph
B. Robinson, general counsel of the American
Jewish Congress, and Robert E. Gain, as Albany
lawyer.
Mrs. Rappaport was one of five persons in the
X-ray department of Genessee Hospital, a
private facility, who requested to be excused from
working on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath.
Genessee Hospital argued that to accommodate
Mrs. Rappaport s need to be relieved of non-
emergency work on Saturday would have created
undue hardship to the hospital. Last year, the
Appellate Division had upheld the hospital's
claim.
Dr. Joseph I. Cohen, for the past six years a
senior consultant in the Community Services
Department of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, has been appointed a director of the depart-
ment.
Announcement of his appointment was made
by CJF Executive Vice President Robert I. Hilkr
st the recent CJ F quarterly board meeting in New
York.
At the same time, the appointments of Mark I.
Berger, Joseph E. Huber and Robert Aronson as
CJF community consultants were also an-
nounced.
Conflicting reports regarding the status of the
U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve suggest that
Saudi Arabian objections to the Reserve have
helped to determine U.S. energy policy, according
to the new issue of Petro-Impoct, a bi-monthly
publication of the American Jewish Committee's
Institute of Human Relations that reports on
"growing Arab involvement in American affairs."
"It has been widely reported that the
Saudis have linked their oil production rate to the
SPR. threatening to cut back below 9.5 million
barrels per day if the U.S. resumes stockpiling,"
according to Petro-Impoct editors. The pub-
lication reports that in February of this year, soon
after President Carter allocated 111 billion for
SPR oil purchases snd storage. Energy Secretary '
Charles W. Duncan, after discussion in Saudi
Arabia, reported that the Saudis demanded:
"market stability be reached before the US
resumes stockpiling.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Neil Gold
schmidt has been selected by the B'nai B'ritr
Youth Organization to receive its 1979 Sam
Berber Distinguished Alumnus Award.
Goldschmidt was a member of Aleph Zadik
Aleph. the teen-age boys' affiliate of BBYO in
Eugene, Ore.
The Berber Award, in honor of the founder of
BBYO. is given to an alumnus "who has
achieved national stature and who has made a
significant national contribution to the Amenan
community, to the nation, or to his chosen
profession."
Goldschmidt was appointed to the Cabinet last
year. At 39, he is the youngest member of the
President's senior staff.
Because the Soviet Union cannot feed its
citizens and because Soviet citizens are not
inclined to "sacrifice forever for a sterile system
that has nothing to show except a mighty army"
the promise of U.S. Soviet economic
cooperation leading to a freer and more
prosperous life "could help both superpowers pull
out of the continuing arms race
This opinion was expressed recently by Samuel
Pisar in an address to the board of trustees of the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
Pisar, a native of Bialystok. Poland, lived as a
teen-ager in Auschwitz, Cauchau and Maideosk.
Liberated by a Black American tank driver, he
emigrated to Australia, won a scholarship to
Harvard, earned a Ph. D. at the Sorbonne in
Paris, and went on to serve as an advisor to
Congress, the State Department and President
Kennedy. He was introduced to the Union of
American Hebrew Congregation's trustees by
Rabbi Alexander M Schindler. the Reform
group's president.
The work of an American scholarship fund
established to perpetuate the humanitarian
example of the Scandinavians' rescue of their
Jewish population from the Holocaust has been
recognized by the government of Finland through
an award to the fund president.
Richard Netter. president of Thanks to
Scandinavia, has been named a Knight. First
Class, of the Finnish Order of the Lion for
humanitarian services and the promotion of
Finnish-American relations. Netter, together with
Victor Borge. its national chairman, was a
founder of Thanks to Scandinavia.
The decoration was bestowed on behalf of
President Urho Kekkonen by Consul General
Eero Yrjola at a ceremony in New York.
The number of women in leadership positions in
the American Jewish Committee has grown on
both the national and local levels as a result of a
deliberate plan that began seven years ago, ac-
cording to a new AJC publication.
Titled Mainstream and described as "a periodic
newsletter on women's concerns," the new pub-
lication was introduced in New York at the AJC's
74th annual meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel
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in Review
Kollek Denounced For
Shamir Raps Weapons to Jordan Pointing Finger at Begin
HI SALEM In the first
*. ys jntanUMM to u
xtefl n.w weaponry to
Fortign Minister Yitt-
;h,mir id here Monday
^le, would upset the
, balam.' and encourage
rfutal to enter the
JBC0I Shamir made the
a man intervatw on Radio
nbourK
Ihncent d> Israel haa made
repr<-ntations to
,-on m the wake of
that the U S will sell
.m-phist rated night
and new
spoke of
jvi m ipoOFV in the
-aid it would
rdan'i rtjaorva to
ionist Front
which do not
nvi >l.-.iKns
-in h arms to
rajaclionial
tratagic
Mi.imir said
|JEK( ^M 1 M Presidenl
. pi stn>ngl>
itine li1
vedhifl
) for the
-hi mid !
plied to the
* c in I
mi he has
.! Minister
I \li to raise the
I, hcn the
raauma Mi.
toael Burg
i gi ; iator on
and IS ap
~~'i I.mnv.it/ arv
i t in V\ itMhington
lh tO set u date (or
Ding the talks
la said that he would
I*' liked to invite Prime
Ifcjster Maoai-hem Begin to
It to 4u?f j* the F.gyptian
Ihfdes C .:^..^parliament) but
|*unea -\-j uoing mi in order
iprotect \9j populunt> Begin
among the Kgyptian
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MONTHfTl Rbbi David
pmrerker ., well known
piksclv bi died Friday night
the Jewish i.eneral Hospital
lenea : heart attacks Me
yi old
Mesa;. sympathy from
John Paul II. French Pres-
Wler\ discard d'Estaing
from the French Jewish corn-
pound into Montreal
th. *ekend A funeral
will l). held today in front
W home and then the body,
nied by his wife and five
n will he flown to Israel
una I
The SwiM-boru Feuerwerker
M war hen> and university
*r w ho served as spiritual
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TEL aviv Police stdl have
:lu* t trie whereabouts of
Yilihak Shamir
eight year old Omn Yarden. kid
napped in Tel Aviv two iraaka
ago The 5-arch and investigation
are continuing while well inten
tinned partoni and perfMlrators
of hoaxes raiM-d h<>iM-> that
rapidly failed into despair
An anonymous telephone caller
to \bie Nathans Void ol
radio station said < Irmi
would bt returned th' next
morning, but that turned out to
I', a hoai Last I huradaj Israel
Radio broadi aal lap* ol the
ol one "i thi f
who spoke to Oron parents ti\
telephone short I) after the child
ppeared I h> of
p. rsi.iis trie; tie (Milne
claiming the) n d the
tun no fn turned
I I child was kidnapped l>\
His
parents paid the II million de
manded b) the kidnappers on
June 10, but their son was not
n ased and nol King
beard from the kidnappers since
then
I M I FD NATIONS
Secret t ieneral Kurt
WuUiheim expreaaed great
coocarn bare over nawi raporta
that Prune Minister Meninhem
I teg in s offlOB and the conference
rOMB ol the Israeli Cabinet are to
In- moved to Fast Jerusalem
In a statement issued b\ a UN
spokesman. VYaldheim ck-clared.
If this dociaion is confinnad, it
w ill inev itablv affect the status ol
Jerusalem and therefore bt in
contravention of resolutions and
decisions of the (ieneral
Assembiv and Bacurto Council
Any such action will further
heighten tension in the area and
render more difficult the search
for a comprehensive. iust and
lasting settlement in the Middle
Fast
JERUSALEM Israel is
putting up no preconditions to
the resumption of the stalled
autonomy talks, and it expects
Egypt to do likewise, chief nego-
tiator Yosef Burg announced here
Monday Burg spoke to newsmen
after a brief meeting of the
Ministerial Autonomy Com-
mittee under Prime Minister
Begin, and prior to his departure
en route to Washington where he
is to meet with I.inowiU and Ali
His reference was apparently
to recent F.gyptian statements
demanding Israeli pledge* on
settlements and on the Jerusalem
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lfa*Mying tennis tournamenta
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th. Inited States in
Olympic (lames
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He also aired reservations over
Sadat's restated proposal to
focus on (la/a first '
At this moment, the Israel
Slinister said, it would be
harmful to separate out the
(.iaia issue from the Camp
David entity as a whole
LONDON While the Pl.t) is
gaining in political respectability.
an increasing number of non-
Arabs have reportedly been
passing through its terrorist
training schools
I he Daily Telegraph, quoting
western intelligence sources,
gives details of foreigners who
last yaaf underwent terror
training courses at a camp in
Hamouriya Syria, run bj \l
Fatah, Yasir Arafat s
m/ation
The camp smith ol Damascus.
is s.ud to have hosted tour West
(iermai ix members of the
Italian K.il Brigades. four
ben "I the Japanese Red
hra members ol the
.". Basque I T \ terrorist
organization .> members ol the
i .in M,'inim< nis group. 12
Vrmenian Turks.
and 170
from \
i ouni any ol
ppines
111 \\ l\ \ grocer and
his cusl .lured
when an explosion r
through a grocer) shop in Bnei
Br.ik < )iu th< was a
pregnant woman Police suspect
terrorist activitv and are Irving
to determine how the explosives
were brought into the shop in the
religious township north ol I \viv
\ device exploded near a bus
station in the French Hill quarter
ot Jerusalem but caused no
casualties The blast occurred
when the station was empty
KFAR TABOR Local Jew
ish and Arab mayors met in this
Galilee town in an effort to
improve relations between their
communities in northern Israel
But the discussion degenerated
rapid!) into healed exchanges
and no formula for co-existence
was reached
Mayor Micha (ioldmann of
Kifar Tabor, who organized the
meeting, attempted to restrict
the agenda to municipal prob-
lems But Mayor Tawflk Zayyad
of Nazareth. a Communist
member of the Knesset, injected
a bitter political note He said the
Arabs of Gables never challenged
the fact that the region was an
integral part of Israel But. he
charged, when Israelis speak of
devek>ping Galilee, they actually
mean its Judaization pushing
out the Arab population
JERUSALEM Jane Fonda.
the American actress and
political activist. toured
Jerusalem. Fast and West, on a
pair of crutches, with Mayor
Teddy Kollek serving as her
guide Ms Fonda slipped and fell
at her Herzliya hotel She
checked into Hadassah Hospital
here where \ rays disclosed a
fractured left fool
She will have to wear a knee-
high plaster cast for the rest ot
her stav in Israel But the 43
sear old' ...tress said she was
determined t" stick to her
schedule which includes two
i performances to help the
rheater overcom its
financial difficulties
rERUSALEM
rth of
iolent
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem was denounced in the Knesset for saying that
Prime Minister Menachem Begin was in a way "philo-
sophically" responsible for the June 2 bomb attacks on
three West Hank mayors. Kollek made that remark in
the course of a television interview broadcast on KQED,
the Public Broadcasting Service station in San Fran-
cisco.
AVRAHAM SHARIR. chairman of the Lfcud
Knesset faction, introduced an urgent motion deploring
Kollek's statement. The motion accused the Jerusalem
Mayor of giving aid and comfort to the Palestine
Liberation Organization and slandering the Prime
Minister. Kollek is presently on a fund-raising tour of
the U.S. He was taken sharply to task by Begin at the
weekly Cabinet meeting. ____
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Friday, Jun27
Smooth-and-Smack Diplomacy
President Sadat has the knack of smoothing
and then slapping the face of Israel at the same
time. He has made a successful diplomatic game of
this.
A case in point is his appearance on Israeli
television in which he laid down his own pre-
conditions for the resumption of the autonomy talks
(he always accuses Israel of such unilateral pre-
conditions). To some, they seemed innocuous
enough.
But then Sadat announced that he would love
to invite Prime Minister Begin to Cairo to address
Egypt's Parliament but for the fact that Begin,
whom Sadat characterized as "popular" with his
people now might use that platform from which
to launch into his "usual" position on Gaza, the
West Bank and Jerusalem.
This, of course, would make the Prime Minister
"unpopular."
Sadat's meddlesome comments are without a
doubt aimed at making Begin's position as Prime
Minister even more unstable than it is today. His
smooth-and-smack diplomacy is so palpably clear,
that it is not difficult to see why the autonomy talks
are stalled. Sadat and the world's press call Begin
"intransigent" because he is fighting for the life of
his people.
Perhaps history finally will come to show that
the Middle East's sins do not lie on Israel's
shoulders alone.
The King Cometh
King Hussein came to Washington, and he
conquered King Carter. The President, with little
difficulty, promised the doughty monarch a mess of
war materiel. When in doubt, sell gun-
Ifj Hussein will be getting U S tanks, he offered
no tank- in return in the form. say. of an assist
in the peace-making process There is evidei
aplenty that Hussein is as opposed t> the Pales!
Liberation Organization as arc Israel and Egypt
And yet Egypt manages to give the impression
that Egypt l- not opposed. Ditto King Hussein,
who fought a war against them in 1970. In 1980,
wrapping up his arm- deal with Carter, he an-
nounced that he had no intention- of joining the
Egypt-Israel talk- Such waa his gratitude
Keeping Promises
The United State- should reject Saudi Arabia's
request for bomb racks and fuel extension equip-
ment for the ft) F-lof the United States sold the
Saudis in 1978. For the Carter Administration not
to do so would be to go back on the promise it made
to Congress and the American people when it sold
the planes.
As Sen. Frank Church (D.. Idaho!, chairman of
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and others
pointed out. when the Administration first proposed
the sale of the F-15s to the Saudis, it committed
itself not to sell any additional equipment which
would change the interceptor role of the aircraft.
There can be little doubt that if the new request
is granted. Saudi Arabia would have the ability to
attack Israeli targets. It would also find it difficult
to keep out of any new Arab war again Israel.
The Administration pushed the sale of the
planes as a means of encouraging Arab
"moderates." But Saudi Arabia has been part of the
rejectionist front that opposes the Camp David
agreements.
As we said in the case of Jordan, when in
doubt, sell guns.
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Friday. June 27. 1980 13 TAMUZ 5740
Volume 53 Number 26
Central Ingredient is Missing
I HAVE been around longer
than almost anybody. My
shaving mirror tells me that
every morning. Armed with these
credentials. I enter the private
laboratory of Marshall Harris,
banker; Alvah Chapman, pub-
lisher; Julian Kreeger. lover of
splendor, et al.. whose object it is
to pull a Beta Lugosi and re-
incarnate serious music in Miami.
My own experience with the
Philharmonic goes back to the
days just after the second world
war. when as a youngster I would
stand in the aisles of Miami
Senior High School Auditorium
where the orchestra used to
perform Sunday afternoons, and
do candid photographs of the
likes of Gregor Piatigorsky.
Yehudi Menuhin. once even
Jascha Heifetz in rehearsal before
he stomped out in a rage over the
conductor and his inadequate
tribe, never to return
I EXPECT that 1 was there
more for the photography than
for the music In fact. I am sure
sJTA
of this, for musically, i.
perience was never much
than a disaster That s whv
least patient of them. Heii
simply quit in the middle
My experience with the r
harmonic ends much later ah
eight years ago. I should a
when I rolled my sleeves up
down at the typewriter, told'
truth about that organaat;
and its then-conductor, and
assassinated for it by th.-p,,,
of the community for' {anna t,
that
It was the leader of ,
assassins, who sat in my h
one evening egging me
begging me to write luch
article, calling on my sc,a| ^_
science to accept the duty]
reporting just v.hat must bed*
to revitalize the Philharr- |
it was the feeder of theassass
in his ugly double
that did me in, whi
letter to the editor
himself by denying .
had written ii- worth) of
suit-ration once it app
1 HAVE st.-,i |
write anything al
musical activity since then
wants to In- assassinated -,>_
although 1 mus: I
that duplicity in art j
not unique to Miam
11 tufted whose support
Laaaosd in the causi
the hangers on with
bawl up thi
artists themselvi -
'.ill thi- strugg
wagi all,
stiletloi

il inj
it is ,i hist
. I '
t urn inued on Pagi k
Not This Eruption
Miami's Riot Was Man-Made Disaster
Mankind can't hi- blamed for
the eruption of Mt St Helens in
the state o| Washington Hut
conditions and hahits generated
by mankind must hear the blame
for the explosion in Miami where
three daya ol noting brought
death to IT. injuries to 4IMI and
arrests t,, 1,200
In America I hot summer ol
1967, President Johnson set up
the National Advisory Com
mission on Civil Disorders From
that liody evolved the com
prehensive Kerner Report The
distinguished and troubled
Americans producing that paper
wen- challenged to find answers
U) three questions' 1 What
happened'; 2 Why did it hap
pen'. 3- What can be done to
prevent it from happening again?
RIOTS IN 23 American cities
were surveyed Rock throwing
and window smashing in
practically all instances led to a
siri.-s ,,( fires, The fires consumed
inner city shops and stores
Looting was widespread
Violence burst from the ghettos
just as hot ash in recent days has
shot forth from Mt St Helens
In drafting its report, the
Kerner Commission studied old
newspaper files on earlier
American riots And some will
now recall what Dr. Kenneth B.
Clark, one of the nation's most
brillant psychologists, said in
that period:
"I read that report ... of the
1919 riot in Chicago, and it is as if
I were reading the report of the
investigating committee on the
Harlem riot of 35. the report of
Robert
Segal
the investigating committee on
the Harlem riot ol 43, the report
of the McCone Commission on
the Watts riot 1 must again in
candor tm it is a kind of
Alice in Wonderland, with the
same moving picture n-shown
over and over again, the same
analysis, the same recom-
mendations, and the same
inaction
AND WHILE no objective
observer < an deny that in the 13
years since publication of the
Kerner Report, the frequency and
toll of urban riots have
diminished, time bom be continue
to tick in the hearts of our great
cities Most uf us all acajou Eadjje
that notable gains have been
made by blacks and other
minority peoples m such areas as
education and access to public
accommodations and for
certain segments of these
populations even in em
ploy ment
The non-violent approach, born
with Thoreau. employed by
(iandhi. and sharpened to a fine
art by Martin Luther King, has
proved a healing factor But
unemployment and un-
deremployment continue to fester
in the ghettos, the familiar
promise of decent, sanitary, and
adequate housing for all is a
bubble hurst in an ei
inflation and the poti
more uprising!
i v idem
w as Miami diffi reni
completely Bui thi
Cubans some
on hand with
arrivals on top ol thi
,m ominous factor of fi
hi.uk community ol gj
the past ." yean M
twice the si/, ot Rl
had attracted millioni
and provided jobs tor thousands
of blacks A tavnr.it ,.
place for fun. an opportunity U
develop black businesses
lieen plus factors
NOW THE storm has
Arthur McDuffa?. 33
former Marine, an ins
executive has been beaten (
death while in the hands ol polk*
Weak prosecution has brought t"
the surface grievances ever
previous cases of alleged poliM
brutality National
coloring the Miami upheaval *
not go aw.iv
In the 1960s. when an
epidemic of urban riots prompt"
the government t" ro"*'
thorough inquiry by ) "'ltu
Kerner Commission diagnoejj
and prescription were l
enough The need to ** "'
appreciate civic structure- aru.
grievances mechanisms u> *
tsnaify educational programs. i
smash discriminatory practiiw.
to upgrade police procedures ana
establish police commurut)
Continued on Page 1 '-*
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Letters to the Editor
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"nk |n accordance with the
"mi' David agraaaarau lh
negotiation* an> to ba
'" the asUbUahment of
"pvenuneni in the Waal
"*"k and Gaza through free
*rtii,ns o| ;l ,.en,ra| governing
! ".v ami local municipalities by
** PreatnUj najrllng m th*-*e
ONLY r INK YEARS after the
uu"*'my instrumentalities are
"Ublhed in the above areas is
"* final |eKB| status of the West
""* and Gaza Strip to be
*ooed by the signatories of the
-T|JP ,)av'd accord and other
*n*,ring countries that wish
J'n this accord In the
"Untune, the security in these
areas is to remain within the
jurisdiction <>t larad Thia does
not prei lude the local pobce to be
within the luriadiction ol the
< n>\ arning ouncil
Howevar Presidenl Sadal
alter he obtained lrum brad \*
thirds of the Sinai with valuable
oil fields and some wells
discovered by Israel, presented in
the course of the autonomy
negotiations two demands not
included in the Camp David
accord He insists that the Kast
Jerusalemites be given the right
to vote in the West Hank elec-
tions and that Israeli forces
should be completely withdrawn
from the West Bank, thus
placing external security also
within the |uiiadiction of the
elected g<>\ arning council.
Moth requirements are totally-
unacceptable not only to the
llegin government, but to the
Labor oppoaition as well. It
would mean once more dividing
present 1> unified Jerusalem and
biting the PLO take over the
\\ eel Bank, thus endangering the
verj existence ol Israel
NEVERTHELESS, bj skillful
manipulation of Western public
opinion and media, and tacit
support ol Washington officials.
1'resulent Sadal appears
Conciliatory hut Begin "in-
transigent
It is unfortunate that Israeli
information services do not
present affectivel) here, and in
the Kuropean countries. Israel s
stance "n the autonomy
negotiationa baaed on concrete
facts aa gleaned from the
provisions of the (amp David
agreement, which both President
Carter and President Sadat claim
that they fully support
It is the task of the leadership
of American Jewry to fully
support Israels present stance
concerning the West Bank
autonomy negotiations to begin
in Washington soon, and to avert
any new pressures on Prime
Minister Begin to agree to new
"concessions".
DR. REUBEN EFRON
Miami Beach
Begin to Move?
Considers E. Jerusalem
As New Office Site *
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM UTA) Officials of the Prime
Minister's Office were reported to be seriously con-
sidering moving it to Kast Jerusalem. They are said to
have selected one oi severe] new government buildings
now under const ruction in the Sheikh Jarrach district.
just across the former demarcation line with West
Jerusalem.
PRIME MINISTER Menachem Begin was reported
to have vetoed a move into the vacant premises of what
was the Saudi Arabian Embassy to Jordan before 19b 1
for political reasons.
But he is known to favor a shift of his office and of
the Cabinet meeting room and Cabinet Secretariat* into
East Jerusalem as yet another gesture of Israel's claim
to permanent sovereignty over the united city.
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Carter Seeks Change
On Jerusalem Status
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) A controversial
plank on the status of
Jerusalem has come before
the Democratic Party's full
158-member platform
committee.
Last Friday and again
early this week,
preliminary discussions
have resulted in victories
for supporters of the Carter
Administration against
backers of Sen. Edward M.
Kennedy of Massachusetts
who is continuing to
contest the presidential
renomination at the
Democratic National
Convention in New York in
August.
THE PLANK, as now written
and approved by Carter's sup-
porters and opposed by the
Kennedy forces, reads: 'As
stated in the 1976 platform, the
Democratic Party recognizes and
supports the established status
of Jerusalem as the capital of
Israel, with free access to all its
Holy Places provided to all
faiths. As a symbol of this stand,
the U.S. Embassy should be
moved from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem. At the same time, it is
recognized that the Democratic
Administration has special
responsibilities resulting from its
deep engagement in the delicate
process of promoting a wider
peace for Israel."
The drafting subcommittee
last Thursday defeated a move
by the Kennedy group 6-3 to
retain the language of the 1976
platform. The plank did not have
the qualifying sentences added
by the Carter group.
David Aron, deputy chief of
the National Security Council,
led the Carter group, while
former Sen. Dick Clark of Iowa
headed the Kennedy forces in the
debate in the subcommittee.
SEN. DANIEL MOYNIHAN
of New York, opposing the Carter
formula, was reported to have
said that if the Carter version is
adopted he (Moynihanl would
have to go into exile in the
Mayflower Hotel (where the
Platform Committee is meeting)
and never return to New York.
The Democratic Foreign Policy
Task Force, consisting of 28
members, adopted the sub-
committee's version by a 5-3
vote. Nevertheless, the Kennedy
forces said they would continue
the fight in the full platform
committee and onto the con-
vention floor if necessary to limit
the plank to the original 1976
language
Task Force Chairman Jack
Loiello. a historian with the
National Endowment for the
Humanities, was a resident of
London for five years and
represents Democrats abroad.
"Democrats abroad favor the
1976 language and no changes
Full stop. Lowell said
Fears Voiced For Syria's Jews
NEW YORK IJTAI -
Abraham Dwek. president of the
Committee for the Rescue of
Syrian Jewry, has called on
President Carter and United
Nations Secretary General Kurt
Waldheun to intervene on behalf
of Syrian Jews in the face of
recent cases of harassment of
Jews in Damascus and Aleppo.
In a telegram sent to
Waldheim and Carter, as well as
Secretary of State Edmund
Muskie. Dwek said that Jewish
women were raped "by Syrian
security forces" in Aleppo, and
"in Damascus, a Jew has been
shot and seriously wounded by
militant Muslims."
"We urgently appeal to you to
request President (Hafez) Assad
(of Syria) in the name of
humanity to prevent such
outrageous acts against hapless
people. by facilitating the
evacuation of 5.000 Syrian Jews
to the United States." Dwek
wrote.
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B. Jerusalem, Hussein Visit Question
WASHINGTON (JTA) Two major issues on **>ether he would u
affecting Israel were unresolved in questioning by JJ "!'ilwi PakeUni-
reporters at the State Department this week. On the SggJg*-*H
matter of Prime Minister Menachem Begins plan to make the choice, and th
move his offices to East Jerusalem, the State Depart- make it alone.
ment hedged in its reaction, saying, "The precise
question is whether the government of Israel has such HUSSEIN WAS
plans."' When spokesman Thomas Reston was pressed *hetherJ*.thought Ubor
r ... t o tt_i______:. :_ nr.i a ..:.. leaders Shimon Pt.ro. ._
further, he noted that the U.S. Embassy is in Tel Aviv.
Reston said he would
supply a response later to
the question raised by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
on what appears to be a
contradiction on Palestine
Liberation Organization
strikes from Jordan into
Israel.
A SENIOR State Department
official said last Wednesday
while King Hussein was in
Washington that the King had
pledged he would not allow the
PLO to use Jordanian soil to
launch terrorist attacks.
When he was asked whether he
had promised this to President
Carter, the King replied.
"Nothing was said, no." When he
was asked again whether it is
correct that he would refuse to
allow the PLO to use Jordan, the
Hussein Will
Get Tanks
Continued from Page 1-A
indicated, would center on U.S.
delivery of the tanks with the
proviso that those they replace be
removed from Jordan
ADMINISTRATION sources
said that President Carter agreed
to sell J ordan 100 M 60 tank s and
tentatively agreed to deliver
another 100 later, should
Congress not raise great op
position to the first shipment of
tanks.
The tanks would carry night-
vision equipment ind laser range-
finder* Indicating the Mideast
power balance would not be
disturbed, the sources said
Jordan has 300 M IT while the
U.S. has provided 810 M-60s to
Israel and 100 to Saudi Arabia
Jordan also was said to have
acquired 250 British Chieftain
tanks and was prepared to get
others, including some from tht-
Soviet Union, if the U.S. would
not supply them
INTERVIEWED on NBC
TVs Meet the Press. Hussein
expressed the hope that Congress
would not block the sale of tanks
to Jordan If the links are to be
preserved between us. then
obviously we have the nght to
ask our friends to update the
equipment that we have .
otherwise, obviously we have to
look elsewhere, he said
The King again sidestepped
any comment on reports from the
Carter Administration that he
had promised that Jordan would
not be used as a base to launch
terrorist attacks against Israel.
"The fact of the matter is that
the problem never came up." he
said "We have not altered our
policy in Jordan, nor our posture
of the recent past "
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I Beach Architect I
1 Lapidus' Work
Rabbis Concerned
Is Falasha Extinction Imminent?
To Go on View
Morris Lapidus. the in
w-rnationally prominent Miami
lU-ach architect for the famed
Fontainebleau Hilton. Amer
rana. and Kden Roc Hotels.
r,,,s been selected as one
of ten leading architects and
designers whose concepts have
ngnifkanUy influenced the
..mt.Tnporary environment by
be Iniversity of Art and
Industrial Design in Lin*.
\u-tria
The architect's work, along
with that of rune others from
..[. countries, will l>e exhibited
i nMJOf international show,
ed Forum Design, to l>e held
in I.in/ Jum 27 <>ct b. Lapidus
.is the onl) American architect
chosen for the distinction
IHF HONOR caps lapidus
anniversary as a practicing
This tribute from my
...- in Kumpe is the
honor of my career.
.: with being honor*1*! in
Mr hart he has greatly
influenced hotel design, par
in London. Ijipidu- i-
ymg renewed interested
in tht S where a new trend of
P m Modernism he pioneered
spreading
recently, Lapidus lee-
in hitecture school of
the I rmersit) ol Washington in
ittle
In thi and 80 i with
[Miami Heach hotels
i-. us the 50 a tor) Americana
tnd *00-room Summit Hotels in
Sen York City Ijipidus
the theatrically
tun unags of the
hotel thai today influences hotel
r the world
VT ACJK 77 Lapidus is still at
Im ol his Miami
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"^"nd ,,ro, m,| to Moscow.
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The Rabbinical Association of
(ireater Miami has issued a
statement expressing its concern
for the Rlack Jewish community
of Kthiopia which is facing ex
tinction
The statement was issued in
the name of the Association by
its president. Rabbi Simcha
Freedman of Temple Adath
Yeshurun, and its executive vice
president. Kabbi Solomon Schiff.
director of chaplaincy. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
THE STATEMENT notes
This group, which numbered in
the hundreds of thousands, has
been systematically decimated
until now then? are only L'H.000
Falasha Jewa existing in this
countr> i r.thiopial. for hundreds
ami hundreds of years We
recognise the members of this
COmmunit) .is our brothers even
u have the Ashkenazk and
Sephardk Chief Rabbis and the
( kn ernment of Israel
We urge that all efforts be
made by the State of Israel and
by the United States Govern-
ment to enable this endangered
community to be allowed to
emigrate from Kthiopia As a
civilized community we look
aghast at the government of
Kthiopia which does not allow
these individuals who wish to
leave to do so in peace This is a
suppression of rights which are
guaranteed in the Declaration of
Rights signed by the United
Nations years ago '
The Association urged the
government of Kthiopia to "let
our people go. adding, We urge
t hose who are in power to do so to
use every avenue to see to it that
these Jews be allowed to
emigrate to those countries who
w ish to lake them in It has come
to our attention that over 400
Rlack Jews have made their wav
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in the hundreds of
thousands. has been
tytttmaticalty decimated
until now there are only
2H.(HX) Falasha Jews existing
in this country /EthiopiaI.
for hundreds and hundreds
of yean
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extraordinary adjustment.
THEY ARE an industrious,
intelligent and loyal Jewish
community. We look forward
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rest of this exceptional com
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refuge in the very near.future
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of our own Jewish community
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Friday, June 2
Defense Crisis
Israel's Cabinet Trims Budget in Marathon Session
Bv DAVID LANDAU.
GIL SEDAN
And YITZHAK SHARC.IL
JERUSALEM (JTA>
The crisis over cuts in
the defense budget was re-
solved to the apparent
satisfaction of the defense
establishment and the
visible displeasure of
Finance Minister Vigal
Hurwitz at a marathon
nine-hour special session of
the Cabinet which ended at
I in .June 19, local tune.
The Cabinet agreed to
slice 11. 7 billion (about
50 million) from the De-
fense Minis trj 'e budget
this year Hurwitz had de-
manded an 11. 15 billion
20 million) cut which he
insisted was the only way
to halt the soaring inflation
rate
CHIEF OF STAFF (len
Raphael Kuan, who attended the
Cabinet session, told reporters
on leaving that he was satis-
fied with the decision, although
the Defense Ministry was in-
sisting that it could not possibly
absorb a cut in excess of II. -4
billion Hurwitz was grim He
told reporters on emerging from
the meeting that if the requisite
CUta were not made in defense
>[H-nding they would have to
made elsewhere.
Hurwitz'a demand for an
IL 15 billion cut had been
backed by the majority vote of a
five-man committee which Prime
Minister Menachem Hegin
appointed under the chairman-
ship of Agriculture Minister
\nl Sharon to arbitrate the De-
fens*- Ministry-Treasury dispute.
His defeat raised speculation
thai he would resign and pull his
three-man La-am faction out of
Likud Begin met with Hurwitz
and reportedly urged him not to
take such a step.
HURWITZ made it clear later
that he would not quit at this
stage A hard-liner on foreign
policy and West Hank settle-
ments, he told a meeting of his
faction in Tel Aviv that the
present government was
preferable to a return to Labor
Part) rule because its foreign
policy positions wars exactly
right He said if the govern-
ment demonstrated thai it could
managi the economy, he would
continue to support it
Hurwiu demanded al last
Sundav > Cabinet meeting
II. s billion cut from the bud-
ol other ministries to cover
the monies thai will remain in
the hands ot the Defense
istrj Hurwiu insisted oi
immediate oV ind swifi im-
plementation ot the cuts as a
condition ut his staying in the
government
Hurwitz was personally
selected bj Hegin to head the
Finance Ministry He took office
last tall alter Hegin engineered a
Cabinet reshuffle which elevated
then Finance Minister Simcha
Khrlirh to Deputy Prime
Minister, a portfolio with no real
powers
HIRWITZ. given the man
date to take drastic measures to
salvage Israel s rapidly deter-
iorating economy, made it clear
from the start that the battle
against inflation was his top
priori! v
The battle over the defense
budget polarized Israel and split
Begins coalition government. A
number of coalition MKl an-
nounced that they would vote
against an II. IS billion cut in
the Knesset President Yitzhak
Savon who normallv does not
intervene publicly in political
disputes, expressed concern that
the pro|>osed budget cuts would
endanger Israel's defense
capabilities He said he hoped
L... ..._..U *< ... an>tMnfp/| in
capabilities ..<
would not be approv
t hey
total
in
The defense establishment
argued effectively against the
cuts demanded In the Treasury
Gen Eitan and other senior
officers warned thai, among
other things, a reduced military
budget would limit training
exercises, force soldiers in out
tying areas to live in tents for
the next year or two and prob-
ablv reduce the overall size of
the armed forces
DFFKNSE MINISTRY off.
cials warned that the radepfey-
ment of the armed forces from
Sinai t<> nee elaborate defense
system in the Nege> would be
delayed, that production
Israel's fighter plan
would be curtailed and it
generation prototype th-
ought never get ofl th
boards
This would not only w.
the Air Force and retard |g|
progress toward militar.
sufficiencv but would c
Israel Aircraft Industries w|
is heavilv dependent on fon
orders (or the Kfir and I |
Treasury officials ,,:
financial authorities count*
these arguments by contend
that inflation, in the long i
was a greater men.i. |
security than militarv bud|
cuts
Rabbi Helps
Aid for Cuban Refugees at Eglin
Mercury Found in Oranges Again
LONDON (JTA) Mercury was found here in a
cargo of Israeli oranges being unloaded at a British port.
sparking fears that Arab terrorists could be trying to
repeat the scare they caused two years ago. Police said
that a tfirl living near the port had eaten an orange con-
taminated with mercury, but so far had not suffered ill
effects
\l \\ "ii iRK Religious
coi clothing
distribution tor Cuban refugees
in Florida have been assigned to
Jew ish t haplain It'ol.l Man in I
Labinger ol Eglin Air I
Base according to report
received bv Kabbi Judah Nadich.
Chairman. JWB's Commission
on Jewish Chapl.imi v
In the report to Rabbi Nadich.
Chaplain I.alunger described
three different areas of work with
the refugees
"FIRST, we had no chaplains
here who spoke Spanish." he
wrote Through the Chief of
Chaplains and the Air Force
Reserve we got seven Spanish-
speaking chaplains. The
chaplains have been out there
working 14 15 hours a day. seven
days a week Their big job is in
counseling, in being there, in
ministering to individuals and
families there They're closer
than anyone els.' to the people at
Camp Liberty, and the chaplains
understand their problems
There are four Catholic priests
and three Protestant ministers
working at Camp Libert)
\s far as the collecting,
sorting and distributing of
clothing that was contributed is
concerned, the Fglin Chapel
coordinated the effort, and Chap
iMaj I Fred Keinke was assigned
the task. Chaplain Labinger
continued "With the help nf local
volunteers and the Salvation
\rmy. the Chapel managed to
get basic ekithing distribute*! to
all 10.000 refugees within three
weeks, I feat 1 am verv proud
of
Third, the Fglin chaplains
have bean going out to the camp
to visit with \merican support
people and volunteers Their
function at the camp has bean to
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Editor Charges U.S. Helps
Rig High OPEC Prices
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:-. concludes that, "a
Iran'a petroleum ex
: MM M taken as a
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shortage, resulting in
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KIMI HE points out that the
-.ntial for political
i -s m ent was
dged by an undated
not. iched U> a later COO) of
which stated A draft
tributad for comment
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ii h of our present
If leaked it oould
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im i- it prm idea an
foi high petroleum
diffaronl from that
\dministrat ion
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was m charge ol the
mto the eon
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ipat and is disturbed
tsbile leaks Apparently
adverse comment at
I 'abinet meeting
"i h Vdama atatatnanl
supplies, and Miko
want anything being
d to the Traaaur) staff
ndorouts the official
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'iitn.l "
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ol official manipulation
" information from an
lnt* "' raport prepared by the
and Power Sub
ttea Staff' on March 21,
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When asked bj the sub
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U \>!lINGTON
'I I \ Jewish communal
organizations are not ol
one mind as to whether
Lynn and Susan Stem.
twins ol nearby Fairfax,
^ who shunned their
high school graduation
exercises because they
were held on the Sabbath,
should take the issue to the
IS Supreme Court.
\mei .1,-w ish
tied with the two
prls in their decision
highest
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HOWEVER \
Una H nth.
initj Council
[ton and the
tn miss ion on
V f fairs I COL
I' \> see th. '..n.es from
live
When Wnodson High con-
ducted its exercises on Saturday
morning, Lynn and Susan were
il lending sen ii ea al the Con-
servative congregation Olan Tik-
vah, Fairfax's onl) synagogue,
which is within walking distance
ol the Stem home
Numerous friends were
prepared Lo boycott the
idualion in sympathy, but the
sisters discouraged them This
i- .in evenl thai cornea once m a
lifetime, and you should take
t hej told classmates
OF THE : class, 12 are Jewish Besides the
Su .'i sisters, one other Jew
ined to attend the exercises
rge ll.imil spokesman for
the Fairfax County School
Board, informed the Jewish
I i>i r.iplu. tgency that the
.lass had six valedictorians, and
Susan was one ol them hut not
Lynn fiamil said that Lynn had
.. in average until ahe received a
M in calculus tor the last
semester thai pulled her
dow n
Noting that the twins had
b.i-n trying smce las) December
lo gel ihe exercises held on a da)
thi S ibbath, their
\\ ashington attoi i
hael llausfeld. told th.- II \
Lynn devoted so
effort thai I had to
llausf. Id said thai unless the
Bl
so i hat exercises will not
I hnst jans or Jev rirls
ii to
the Supreme Court They have
until the end ol Kugust to take
thai act ion
IHE VIRGINIA Supreme
Court on May 29, eight days
before graduation, agiead with
the Fairfax Circuit Court against
overruling the County Hoard
which by a .')-.! vote refused to
change the date Woodaon's
principal and two area school
superintendents had previously
rejected the twins appeal
Ihe attention resulting from
(he issue brought about what Tha
It ashington Post described
editorially as traces of anti-
Semitism School authorities
aid that if threats were
evidenced they should have been
brought to their attention Mrs.
Evelyn Stem, mother of the
twins, told the JTA. "I have
seven children, and 1 don't want
them hurt
The twins are the oldest in the
family of l)r Jerome Stem, a
physician who practices in
northern Virginia, and Mrs
st.in JTA was informed by
sources Close to the case that
they know of anti-Semitic
remarks by WoodflOn students
and threats that jeering at the
graduation against Jewish
studenta would ensue if the grad
ii.ii ion wen- postponed
WHEN THE cam was before
the Virginia Suprenv the
M >I. the w ashington < 'out
COLPA sug hrough
iheir counsel. Washington at-
torney Nathan l^ewin l
rule in sup|n plaint but n< the
' lal ion sine, il m as lose
to its Lew in, who
has often appeared in court on
dl ol Orthodox Jewish
causes, told t hi I I \ that wi
hop.-.l tor .i \ ictor) on principle
The three organizations tiled
(heir brief with (he court on Ma)
\ hearing was hold the next
day and the courts denial came
the following da)
In opposing further court pro-
ceedings. Lew in told the JTA
that the issue is not like com-
pulsory participation in employ-
ment or professional testing that
involve the Sabbath. Atten-
dance at graduation is not an
absolute requirement. I*ewin
noted "There is no question the
girls will get their diplomas ."
As for the twins view of the
legal process, Lynn said: "It's
not over We're not finished. It
will never be finished until the
date gels changed
aaoe us
(&Ae SbdeoAo
'toe us A6ertu at tne same time.
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Friday, June 27. 1980
Publishers Listen .
As Israeli Official Raps U.S. Press
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Sections of the American news
media were sharply taken to task
by Dan Pattir, prime Minister
Begins information counselor.
for their treatment of Israel in
general and their presumption
that Jewish terrorists were
responsible for the June 2 bomb
attacks against West Bank
mayors, although an exhaustive
investigation into the outrage
has yet to yi^'d evident* as to the
identity of the perpetrators.
Pattir spoke here *t the 38th
annual meeting of the American
Jewish Press Association
(AJPAl at which Frank Wun-
dohl. editor of the Jewish
Exponent of Philadelphia, was re-
elected to a thirm term as
president The AJPA is an
association of some 78 English
language Jewish weeklies, ni-
weekly and monthly periodicals
PATTIR SAID that the in
wstigatmn into the bombing N
the most thorough and widest
investigation >n Israel s history,
but no real clues and "no
concrete leads have emerged So
far there are 'n'> suspicions as
to the identities of the per-
petrators of the criminal,
outrageous attempt on the lh Is
of Arab mayors, he said But. he
noted, there are still no clues to
the identities of the assassins
who ambushed and killed Bis
veshiva students in Hebron on
May I
Despite the absence of
evidence in the bomb attacks.
Pattir charged that Nnoaieeek
magazine has already passed
judgment. blaming "Israeli
terrorists."
Although Bejjm has con-
demned the bombings as crimes
of the gravest kind. Pattir said.
Time magazine quotes an
anonymous State IH-partment
official who courageous!) hid
behind anonymity t" sa\ that
Begin has taken action* 'hat are
clear incitement- to \ jolence
THE ISRAELI
criticised cartoon published m
the Star. daily
owned b) 1 ,' which
depicted Begin ai a rroi
with features reminisce1 the
w) Nazi .. pktui
Jew He ( ailed
rtooi It nounced
Israi
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in
: Hi
that ha\- Been verj
ion trom lit"
groups to the strange itqrisa
>> anonymoui officieJs, at-
tributed to th- Prime Minister
I Begin)
AT ANOTHER session.
Herscbel Hlum'*Tg. president of
the I'ruled Jewish Appeal, told
the assembled editors and
publishers that they constitute
"the forum fr fundamental
Jewish values and that the
Jewish newspapers remind us of
our Jewishness. like those in the
past kept us out of the
narrowness of ghetto life "
He referred to Uja leaders in
800 communities across America
as the "guardians of our people
and their destiny." He urged
Jewish newspapers to support
the new UJA campaign to raise
$635 million in 1981 as its
"minimum regular goal."
Blum berg warned that "The
human cost of Shortfall" in the
campaign includes no new
facilities for immigrants ab-
sorption in Israelf**with 40.000
more expected: reduction by two-
thirds of settlements in the
Negev and enrollment can-
cellation for 2000 disadvantaged
youngsters from Project Renewal
neighborhoods
Blum berg noted that lack of
funds may limit Galilee set-
tlements Only one settlement
this year and probably not that."
he said This prompted a
question later to Pattir as to how
he squared Begin s proposal to
build ten more sett lements on the
Weal Bank when funds may be
lacking for a single new set-
tlement in Galilee
Pattir replied that Begin did
not say tomorrow ten more
settlements will be built for
strategic importance He said
the o\erall settlement plan (for
the Weal Banki will be com
pleted. but when was not
mentioned b) Begin He said
the financial arrangements will
be determined when decisions, are
made on the timing and location
of the settlements Meanwhile.
"priority is being given toGeiilM
over the West Bank." he claimed
MORRIS AMITAY. executive
director of the American-Israel
Public Affairs Committee
(AIPAC), spoke of continued
i S dependence on Arab oil and
said. "We've tightened the noose
around our necks Therefore. i
have to be saying we have to be
Dice to the Arabs to have access
to Arab oil
He predicted a "crunch" in
U.S.-Israeli relations this year
with President Carter applying
more pressure on Israel "insofar
as autonomy is concerned" for
the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
He said the issue in the
autonomy talks is who will
control the West Bank and on
that, the US is closer to Egypt
and the Arab states than to
Israel."
Carter invited the AJPA
delegates to a special press
conference with him at the White
House Friday He was the sixth
President to do so The practice
began in the Truman
Administration when Philip
Slomovitz. editor and publisher
of the Jewish Sews of Detroit.
and vice president of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, led an
AJPA delegation to the White
House Slomovitz was the
founding president of the A.I PA.
RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
included reaffirmation of support
for the principle of maximum
editorial freedom of expression
of Jewish journalists in the
United States and throughout
the world. Another resolution
decried the use of violence and
terrorism, directed toward Jews.
Arabs or others in Israel, or the
administered territories. and
urged that the perpetrators be
speedily brought to justice."
The Association also con-
demned the Soviet invasion of
Afghanistan and the continued
persecution of Soviet Jews and
other activists." and "continues
to press for fn-e emigration of
dissidents and refusnflta and all
oppressed minority groups." The
AJPA also urged its members to
"communicate with each Jewish
Federation and Welfare fund in
the country to increase
significantly their allocations to
the Jewish Telegraphic Age no
Report British Jews
Victims of Attack
B> MAI KM E sWII ELSON
LONDON IJTAI \
if attacks on British
I. a a \ isiting the Soviet
Union has sparked a bitter
diplomatic row between the
two countries Nikolai
Lunkov. the Soviet \m-
bas died to the
Foreign < Iffice and told
an organized KGB cam-
paign of assault, intimi-
dation and harassment"
against British tourists'
Soviet Embassy said that
Britain s protssl ess pan oi its
peign against the Moscow
Olympics and an attempt to
intimidate would be visitors to
the Gams* It denied there was a
campaign against Jewish
tourists and replied that Moscow
and Leningrad were no different
from lx>ndon where certain parts
of the city are unsafe
IN FACT, Jewish communal
circles here had been buzzing for
months with reports of attacks
Nazi Thugs Attack Paris Jews
Continued from Page I A
district day and night and have sworn that any new
attack will not go without bloodshed for the neo-Nazis.
An OJD spokesman said the time when Jews were
victims of pogroms and extermination measures is over.
"We are well organized. If they come again they will pay
a high price.' tre spokesman said.
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in Leningrad, two young women
tourists from Manchester wire
It tacked and robbed of their
handbags
Victims of official harassment
include Mr. and Mrs. Wally
Simpson of North London
During a visit to Kiev, they
contacted a refusnik family, the
Oleiniks. and were later held by
the K(iB for three hours and
accused of trying to sell jeans
and perfume
ON MAY 2. (Jerry Fyne was
detained ai Moscow Airport
where officials confiscated some
Hebrew literature and other
documents. Another London
couple. Harry and Sheila I)a\ Isa
who visited Kussia in March,
said they were both constantly
followed, were searched at the
airport and had blank tapes and
film cnnfiM ati
Herschel W, Blumberg (leftI. 1HH1 national chairman of the
I nited Jeuish Appeal, is congratulated by his predecessors.
Iruin S. Field (center), nou UJA president, and Frank H
Lautenberg (right), immediate past president, as he tusunu i
his neu duties at the recent annual meeting of the UJA
National Campaign Policy Board m \\ ashmgton. I) (
Justice Dep't. Files Actions
Against Alleged War Criminals
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAi -
The U S Department of Justice
said that it had filed actions in
Philadelphia and Ix>s Angeles
against two former residents of
Baltic states, who allegedly
cooperated with Nazi forces in
the killing of Jews during World
\\ ar 11
The Justice Department asked
the U.S. District Court in
Philadelphia to revoke the l S
citizenship of Arnolds Richards
Truscis. 70. It asked a Is
Immigration and Naturalization
Serivos judge in Ixis Angeles to
deport Mike I'asker of Santa
Monica. California, on similar
charges
ACCORDING TO the suit
against Truscis. he served in the
auxiliary police force of the
Latvian security service from
1V>41 to 1943, during which time
he allegedlv assisted (ierman
(ones hv guarding beating and
tormenting unarmed Jewish
civilians I! later served the
(ierman ss and si orgsnizstioni
that percut ad Jewa in Latv
according to the suit
The Justice Department also
chargi-d that when Truscis in
tared the IS in 1961, he
willfully concealed his mem
bership in Latvian groups that
persecuted .lews The Depart
ment said that because his
entry and his 1965 citizenship
wen' both illegally obtained, the
citizenship must l>e revoked
In the lx>s Angeles suit, the
Justice Department said that
I'asker. who is also known as
Mecya PsekavicJus, entered the
U.S in 1950 and made
misrepresentations" saying he
was a displaced person ."
THE SITT said that in 1941
44 I'asker helped (ierman and
Lithuanian forces who persecuted
civilians in Lithuania The
Department added that h took
part in hanging and hooting
Jewish civilians in Lithusnia
Julv 1941 In AugUI the
I s District Court in I at
Angslea ordered Psski
citizenship revoked tor
ing his 'background
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New 'Jewish Disease'?
itiBUf , ,,, food He added that
PL-ie on lactoee intolerance.
,ppeared in Prtvmtion
tJjne. was a revelation."
HAVKN T had a glaaa of
iUtce, he noted "fc'g
five years, and there is an
cable difference in my
uj, And as for cheeeecake?
till it least I know the cauae-
tconsequences now."
[a simple blood t*t is available
determine whether a person
ladOM intolerance, but it
not indicate the degree of
lamncc That can be
unMi b> first eliminating
products, and then
dualU resuming the con
nptu.not.iair>' fooda.
Jtv.,.*.' who suffer from lactose
leran. would do well to heed
earning! of the American
?ti\. Dieeaaa Society "The
natrointaatinal) system
take an awful lot of abuse
bear* before it begins to talk
fk. explain! Jane Gross, a
J-time volunteer for the
)p \ 1 ating correctly, and for
lart. intolerant individual
Mt nteana watching one's
ption of dairy products.
an assumption of
and acceptance of a
note* GfOM
INTERESTINGLY, dis-
ol the dietary laws
rfaces in the treatment of
JKI .ntolerance those
liearch:v.k t >-dible foods have
I -.erms such Uparri e
(neither meat nor dairyl.
"kosher." and "O-U" (the
symbol of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis which attests to the
Kashrut of the product), and
eating has become an ecumenical
experience.
Gross has received telephone
calls from people suffering from
the disorder who ask what foods
she recommend they eat She
explains the terms kosher" and
"pareve and why a can of kosher
chicken soup cannot have milk in
it. She then suggest that they
contact the local rabbi and ask
him where to shop.
PEOPLE OFTEN suffer
unnecessarily from their
ailments Ideally patients and
doctors should communicate
more about all problems What i>
needed is "a working partnership
for the benefit of good health and
for the patient to keep up his or
her end. say* dross
Most digestive diseases are not
solved with a pill but are long
term and chronic and are
exacerbated by stress and
lifestyle Strvss and tensions
will get your Achilles heel the
weak point in your overall
health." she adds People suffer
from "chronic management
problems that require more
talking I pat lent doctor dialoguei
then poking
Of the genetic disorders af
fecting Jews, lactose intolerance
i> relatively simple to identify
and control Those suspecting
they have it should contact their
doctor
Possible Reagan Running Mate
Raps European Community
WASHINGTON (JTAl -
sen Rm hard (i l.ugar, |R Ind I.
* potential Vice Presidential
lamina uj Ronald Reagan's
ite in the Presidential
has decried the
of Venice" by the
rtomk Community
not a constructive
rtain to cause a lot
mis, for tnt. United
State- 1 gyot and Israel
llg on the CHS
program Face the
Lugar responded to a
about the European
; the PLO into the
"torn negotiations, by
' not a constructive
il could only have
attuned I the Kuropeans had
c'|n" ,i conclusion that
'" Carter was a disaster
nd thd- he conclusion they've
other words, that
"*re il nothing going with this
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change the Middle Cast Of
anyt hing else
now HAVING coma to that
COBChsrion l.ugar added, the)
ithe Europeanal have quietlj
gotten their own foreign policy
together and that's going to
cause a lot of mischief not only
for the Egyptians, the Israelis
and everybody els,- but certainly
for us."
l.ugar, ho is a member ol the
Senate Foreign Relation!
Committee), was Baked whether
the basic idea of the We*
Europeans that the PLO should
in some way !* involved in the
negotiations is correct Lugar
replied Oh. 1 don't think so
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CDU Opposes EEC Venice Resolution
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTAl Members
of the opposition Christian
Democratic Union (CDUl and
friends of Israel in all factions are
sharply critical of Bonn's role in
the Kuropean Kconomic Com-
munity I EEC) leaders meeting in
Venice which issued a declaration
calling, among other things, for
the Palestine Liberation
Organization and other
Palestinian groups to be
associated with the peace
process in the Middle East.
While government sources are
trying to convince public opinion
that German support for the
\ enice statement was the result
of a compromise in which Bonn
played a moderating role. CDU
leader Franz-Joseph Straus
condemned the declaration as a
setback to peace efforts in the
Middle East
THE CENTRAL Organization
of Jews in West Germany
condemned Bonn's Middle East
policy in general and ob-
served that Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt's Social Democratic-Lib-
eral coalition government has
clearly deviated from its former
principle of not dealing with the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, a group which resorts to
murder and terrorism to achieve
its political aims
That declaration came as a
surprise since the West German
Jewish community has been
reserved in its criticism of the
government in the past, despite a
clear shift in favor of the Arab
cause.
The Venice declaration was
criticized by one of the par
ticipants in the EEC meeting
there, Prime Minister Andries
Van Agt of Holland.
IN A radio interview from
Venice, he said the statement was
devoid of practical meaning and
that there was little chance that
anything constructive would
come out of it.
Van Agt noted that while the
Venice declaration called for
guaranteed, secure borders for all
countries in the Middle East,
including Israel, it ignored the
recent policy statement by El
Fatah, the terrorist arm of the
PLO. which reaffirmed its refusal
to recognize Israel and pledged
continued military efforts aimed
at destroying the Jewish State
In Paris, the Representative
Council of French Jews (CRIF)
issued a statement accusing
France of having induced its
EEC partners to publish a
declaration condemning Israeli
policies without demanding that
the PLO renounce its covenant
which calls for Israel's
destruction.
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after Schwartz built a prototype in Russia.
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project could get off the ground Shortly
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patents from Schwartz's widow
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Hussein Demands Independence
By JOSEPH POLOKOFF
WASHINGTON
(JTA) King Hussein of
Jordan reiterated his un-
compromising position
that Israel must withdraw
from all lands it occupied
in the Six-Day War, in-
cluding "Arab Jerusalem,'*
and called for "national in-
dependence for the Pales-
tinians" as conditions for
peace in "our region."
Speaking before the National
Press Club, broadcast live by
National Public Radio and
Public Broadcasting Service
Television on 1.000 radio and
television stations across the
country. Hussein implied that
the Soviet Union should become
again involved in the pro-
ceedings for a settlement in the
Middle Kast and warned that a
separate peace between Israel
and Egypt will not succeed in
bringing about a solution.
ADDRESSING himself to the
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American people. Hussein called
on them to demand from their
government a "balanced policy"
toward the Arabs and Israelis.
He said that the U.S. is
depriving itself of relations in
trade, energy and culture with
the Arab people "because of its
peculiar and indefensible inter-
pretation of commitment to
Israels security that seems to
equate security with conquest."
Hussein claimed that "Jordan
has been the most active country
in search of a comprehensive
settlement tinea 1987, adding.
We warned against partial and
separate settlements' and that
"the essence cannot be ignored."
That, he said, was "Israel's
withdrawal from the territory it
occupied in June. 1967.'' and it
"cannot be separated from the
exercise by the Palestinian
people of the right to self-deter-
mination and national freedom
on their national soil The prob-
lem will not disappear if Egypt
alone regains its occupied land."
Hussein said.
Syrian national territories are
occupied Gaza and the West
IBank are occupied Arab
Jerusalem is occupied anil of-
ficially, according to Israel, an-
nezed," he said
HE SAID that the \ral.
countries which, at Baghdad and
Tunis had rejected the (amp
I a> id peei e process aimed al
ring \ral> cohesion and
purposes He said thai
al Tunis, those governments
dei ided to send out em i
DI ai I l)Ul this puluy
has been thwarted by Israeli
settlements and repression ol the
last few months The govern-
ments he referred t<> were op
posed i" the (amp David
process since it was initiated in
September 1978
Hussein -aid. We are also
consulting with the Paltins
Liberation Organization" and
the ultimate solution ol the
problem is that the Palestinian
peopla must participate m
constructing trie peace we all
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According to Hussein, "The
key issue is the right of self-
determination Without men-
tioning Israel, he added. "This
need not contradict the rights of
others in the area." He urged
that "Palestinian exiles" be per-
mitted to unite with those
under occupation "
THE QUESTIONS submitted
to Hussein after his address did
not include a request for con-
firmation of Assistant Secretary
of State Harold Saunders state
menl to reporters that Hussein
had given President tarter
assurances that the l'l.O would
not be permitted to raid Israel
from Jordanian soil
Calling on the international
community to mobilize now and
immediately a process for a
peaceful and free homeland for
the Palestinians. Hussein said.
"When peace is established,
mutual guarantees for security
can be bound into it He men
Honed in his prepared speech
that the FliropoSM ha\e en
tkllBSd Ihaf bask elements and
that 'our Palestinian brethren
and all enlightened Arab opinion
seeks such an honorable pi ai I
He added thai the l s can
share dei isivel) in the esl
lishmenl of that kind of peso
and that his purpose m coming
to Washington is to steer
Kmerican policy toward the
ri^hl goa
Dl RING
period. the
THE question
King avoided a
question as to whether President
tarter sought to psrsuadi
join the autonomy talks during
their two days "f meetings He
said his discussions with Carter
had given him tr-sh insight
into tin- thougl hen
Hussein said the issue ol
Israel's right u< exist and Pales
linian rights should be addressed
to both sul.s simulteneousl)
Vsked how, it he favors peace, he
can support the l'l.O whose
charter calls lor the extinctioi
Israel, Hussein replied, Th.
PLO is bssicall) t..r the
restoration ol the rights ol tht
people "i Palestine on Pales
Ionian soil He acknowledged
that this iv .,,-, issue difficult to
answer, and remarked 'We tend
to turn to extremism in our
attitude when hope diminishes
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Party Will be Winner
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime Minister
Menachem Begin told the Likud Knesset faction that he
was confident Likud would win the next elections,
scheduled to be held in 1981. But he said he strongly
favored the merger of all of the factions comprising
Likud into a single party for which he proposed the name
"Likud for Israel Party."
According to Begin, the public is fed up with Labor
Party leaders Shimon Peres and Yitzhak Rabin and their
interminable fight for control of the party. It will
reaffirm its trust in Likud next year, he said.
HE ALSO assured the Likud MKs that the Cabinet
member* no longer engage in internecine battles but
have "turned over a new leaf."' At the last Cabinet
meeting, he said, there were no raised voices, no ex-
changes of insults. The four-hour meeting brief by
Cabinet standards was businesslike and efficient.
Begin said.
However, there was one jarring note. Herut MK
Do\ Shilansky deplored attacks by some ministers on
Agriculture Minister Ariel Sharon, the leading spokes-
man for a hard line toward Arabs who create disorders in
the occupied territories and for massive Jewish settle-
ment of the West Bank.
HE REFERRED ipecifically to a private letter
written by Deputy Prime Minister Simcha Ehlikh of the
Liberal Party to an unidentified member of the party in
which he expressed fear thai it Sharon had been named
Defense Minister he might have engineered a coup d'etat
and ended democratic government in Israel Bhrlkh
refused t<> apologize for the letter which was leaked t<>
the press lasl week.
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Ihirn when I n,m nold <)Ut "
[much hope for the trouble
IpbCUed Philharmonic now that
RaimT Miedd has l*en ap-
Isjated the oidaMln'a musical
I direv
Julian says of Miedel that he
offer- strong promise of having
[themu-. lanship, dynamism, and
. ui help channel things
a sonants oourta
. I hop* .Julian i>
issoeainanl baaed
and reason Given
ii! hi- qualities bow can Miedel
fail*? Sadl) rm
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- passion ii ''it
I i beee da> -
passion is sell
I w .is a \ oungMi r
afternoons in Man-
i i ii ki-i tor one
Met tor the privilege
lot the Deal thn
in i spei ial standees
ove the stage some
u tin- thaatar lights m
' he opera ol t he da)
not on Una at six in
the ming it stretched
around ttw open house outside
freezing, raining ^mi\
- m .i circle o4 its awn bj
ei+rht the tichats would slnaadj
he rorw -old out. by the time I
thu boxoffice
I hi- i- intended to say nothing
bow -. peraonall) It aim M)
MMnething ahuut that eommunitv
m which these things occurred
about people willing to stand to
isical performance after
first Handing in line for hours in
II kind- of inclement weather
And the) still OCCIir, if one is to
lodge b) the paopts m Nan York
todav ait,n({ in rings of lines
outside the Museum of Modan
*"- to that they can get l" ae
the massive Picaaso exhibit
inside
1 IS this kind ol commitment
l".ini art that can also be an
m I'hiladelphia. Boston. Chicago.
Ban LosAngeajamd IMn.u
1 BO not think it exists in
Mwmi For all the successes of
"<>tu s,Tles staged by the
VhamlH-r Music Series. Temple
"fin Sholom's Great Artists
1 re-
solutely yes But not s Phil
harmonic Not yet Miami's move
to maturity from a frontier town
through the 50s and early '60s
has been brought to an abrupt
halt and has returned since then
to the gamesmanship and self-
interest of the frontier town
again It is as if Miami is being
called upon to experience the
blood and the agony and the
kicking and the screaming ol
birth twice in its lifetime
AS A legless ion .iuu\ from the
maturity that Miami has never
reached, it does not matter who
conducts the campaign for a re-
vitalized Philharmonic not
their names their economic and
public relations clout nor even
silently their power to coerce
other enterprises here into co
operating economically in a I'hil
harmonic revival even when pit
bulls are more to t he mass liking
V\ h.it matters toward the rje
veloping ol a successful I'hil
harmonn anywhere is a com
munity longing tor great music
\nd Miami jusl doesn't have
that longing eepeciall) not now.
when tin ugliness of expanding
i oik reU make room for cul
turall) and linguisticall) con
fused cit) struggles with its
fuluri sur\;\.il ,i- .i Clt) with a
denlit)
Hist has



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hrow n in ii
Would .i I'hil
-noin. here end now have to
ol
sentations. and some others
an even smaller scale, the sad
'" s that Miami does not give s
a"nn out s Philharmonic
?I*" markets? Horse and dog
*8 And now even illicit cock
wd pit-bull fights? Yes. ab
choose its repertoire according to
Title Nine and the previsions of
equal access equal opportunity?
AN ABSURD piece of music
about the Yellow River (Yangtze!
written, not by an individual
composer but by a Red Chinese
committft, was recorded some
years ago by Kugene < Irmandy
and the Philadelphia Orchestra to
mark Ormandy's and the or
chest r.i s State I > opart ment-
s[xmsored cultural exchange visit
to Peking as part of our new Far
I .i-t political initiative. The
music is an abomination a
tribute perhaps to politics and
certain!) to the Communist
principle that individual effort
i which is what art is all about
remember?) ia decadent.
degenerate, bourgeois and anti-
re\ olui ionar)
In China, it is communal
destin) that counts, not personal
existential joy or agony which in
the wi-st composes the artistic
experience In a sense, here in
Miami, we are closer to the
Chinese \ iew ol things
Multi cultural mult i ethnic.
multilingual, we dare not be
individual, or we are certain to
ne federal law or .mother
governing these things We -ire
si leas! for the time
ng. to rotten music like the
Chines, ommittee that wrote the
phon) lone pi >ut the
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1'TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat No M 1175 FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re The marrla.fr of
ANTONIO KRNESTO
UONZA1.EZ
Husband
and
LL'CILA C.ONZALEZ
Wife
TO LUCILA GONZALEZ
742 W Urn king ham
Chit-ago. Ill 60H87
YOU ARK HEREBY notified
thai a 1'rtition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
hereby required to serve a
copy of vour answer or other
pleading'to the Petition on the
Husband s Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS whose address is
1434 NV. 17 Avenue. Miami.
Honda Ml 23. and file the
original with the Ctork of the
above t vied Court on or
before this II day of July. 1980.
or a I>efault will be entered
against you
: VIED UlU day of June.
IBM
RICHARD P UK INKER
Clark of the Circuit Court
B) M I Hartnetl
June 13. 30. 77.
July 4 IHXP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 8*3' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
|
FA! STIN \ MKKKI1.1.

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MERl !
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-
YOl M thai
issqi ric in
OF MARK 1 At;I 91 filed
reqtan l I 9. e0|
answer and
!.i it on
DAN ESQ.
plain! i i
...i.ii' treat
..ihles Fl
SUM '"re August 1
iumi he original with
ihe dark "I this court either
before service on plaintiff"
attorney or immediately
otherwise a default
ill ig-.tin-: I ij for
the relief demanded In the
I I 'input U pet itloll
V^ITN^ SS n) hand and the
seal of tins i ourt on June 17
IBM
RICHARD I BRINKER
the Court
H> 1 'etM.rah (J Haas
As 1 >eputy Clerk
June 77.
July 4 11. 18. nw
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 (Ml FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The marriage of
I HANK H KKYER
1'elitioner Wife
and
THOMAS I FRYER
Respondent Husband
TO Thomas I Kryrr
10B Ureenview Drive
WeaU hester.
Pennsylvania IB*
V()l ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for DIs
solutum of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any
to It on ARTHl'R H LIPSON.
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 1513 NW 167 Street.
Su.te 216 Miami. Florid*, and
file the original with the dark
of the above styled court on or
before August 1. 1980, other
wise a default will be entered
against vou for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida 'Hi this lMh day of
June IBM)
RICHARD P BRINKER
A-Clerk Circuit Court
I laite County. Florida
Mv i "larinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
ml Court Seal i
nMMil June 77.
July 4. II. 18. 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage m business
under the n< titious name of
I HITY COR
POR \ PIl -N al number 144 SE
13th Terrace in the City of
Miami Florida Intends to
register [he said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Ma
Dalai rida.
this 2th rt.i loan
CIH ,ient
-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 47*7
Division 03
IN KE ESTATE OF
JACK CHERTOK
Dsoaaaad
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of th
estate of JACK CHERTOK
deceased File Number SO
4767 is pending In the Circuit
Court for DADE County.
Florida. Probate Dlvlalon. the
address of which Is 7S West
Elagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The names and ad-
dresses of the personal rep
resenlatlve and the personal
representative s attorney are
set forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
i 11 all claims against the
estate and i2i any objection b>'
an interested person to whom
notice was mailed that chal
lenges the validity of the will
the qualifications of the per
sonal representative, venue, or
Jurisdiction of the court
AI.I. Cl.AIMS AND OBJEC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE KOKE\ KK BARRED
Publication of this Notice
ha.- begun on June 27 1980
I r-.mal Representative
HARVEYCHERTOK
B Butternut Drive
i .,;i River n y mam
\itonie\ for Personal
-t-nt.itIV e
Russi II vv Ualbul Eaq
U \i Hi T U MHI T
k MEN IN. I \
, *, .'. \ i rnue
i at
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 499*
Division 07

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I ihe address
reel.
The
the
-etitativ e and
preesntatl% e s
attoi tl forth bei'
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF I'HE FIRST PV HI.I
I CTION Of THIS NOTICE
' 1 i all claims against the
estate ami .' anv objet tion by
an interested person to whom
notice was mailed that chal
I the validity of the will
the qualifications' of Ihe per
siHial representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC
in -ns not so FILED WILL
HE FOREV EH HARKED
PuliliiatHMi of this Notice
las begun on June 27 19M>
Personal Representative
HYMAN P OAIJJIT
VM Washington Avenue
Miami Heath Florida 3313V
Mtomey for Personal
taprsssntatli e
'.i.tiardj Menin. Esq
IALBI T. UAIJll T
v MENIN P A
999 Washington Avenue
Miami Heath Florida 33139
Telephone 672 3100
"V.* June 27 Julv < l*u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
ISA Sporting Goods at 6*54
NW 169 St Hlaleah. Fla
33013. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Clr-
cuil Court of Dade County.
Florida
Ciessa k Son. Inc
Owner
Alberto Gei
0700.
July 4.
Pres
June 77.
II 18. 198D
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
TOTAL ADVERTISING
lOENCY at 2029 SW 1st
Street. Miami. Florida 33136
Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of D.i.ie County. Florida
Paul R OllvaSOpct
Nestor De Barbuaa. SO pet
iWVAh June 27
July 4. II. 1* 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the undersigned,
destrr n business
.ous name
Distributions
Kd., Miami
With the
irt of
nda
9JM

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. ta-Mlt
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
CARMELO ALVAREZ
Husband
and
1.1 CIA ALVAREZ
Wife
TO LUCIA ALVAREZ
Residence Address
Unknown
YOL ARE HEREBY NOT!
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenaes. If any.
to It on ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE. PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33123. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August I 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 17 day of June
1980
KICHAKD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
ids? I 'aunty. Florida
Hv Deborah Q Hess
v- Deput) Clerk
t "ir. ..it t 'ourt Seal i
\ Can irti i v
V
uttonef
JUH
JulV 4 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No 10 M309
NOTICE OF ACTION
Mir N ,
U "

SYDNEi >v FEINSMTTH
I
l"H! R r l- INSMtTH
YDNEi v. I- FIN
SMITH
Apt No m
1173 Miami Hardens
I >rv i.
North Miami Beat h.
Florida
and Parties I nknown
Vot LRE NOTIFIED thai
an at lion to re establish a Itist
promissory note dated August
1W 1974 in ihe original sum of
$13.000 76. has been filed
against My and vou are
required 90 serve a topv of
> our written defenses If anv
on MARTIN KoTH plaintiffs
atlomev whose address is
1111 Ainsley Building Miami
Florida 33132. on or before
August 1 l*tn ^nrt dir (he
original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
plaintiffs attorney or im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint
WITNESS my hand and
offii lal seal of this Court on
June 19 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER as
Clerk of the Court
By S A Barrier
as Deputy Clerk
08972 June 77.
July 4. 11. 18. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Cats no. ta-taoFC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
RAMON GILBERTO
FONSECA
Petitioner
and
MIRIAM DEI.GADO R
FONSECA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MIRIAM D R
FONSECA
piiHl.ADO
DE MACAGlA
I.OS ARAHOS CLUA
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
an at tion for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to u on M OREBER. attorney
for Petitioner whose address
Is 633 NE 167 St N M B Fla
on or before August I,
lWMi and file the original with
Srk of this court either
befor) m Petitioner or
Immediately thereafter.
otherwise a default will be
. i against you for the
k -1 111 the .
. '.lion
. hand ai
iurt on June H
I inn p BRINKER
erk of the* 'ourt
., rtnda it-
,,s-,..|
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY,FLORIDA
OENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No ai-tseJ
NOTICE OF ACTION
DEL FORM. INC etc .
Plaintiff
vs
CLARA M SANTOS
Defendant
TO CLARAM SANTOS
Residence I'nknown
YOC. CLARA M SANTOS.
are hereby notified that a
Complaint to foreclose a
certain mortgage on the
following described property.
lo wit
Uit 7. in Block 1. of
MANGO HIIJ.. according
to the Plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 106
at Page 30. of the Public
Records of Dade County.
Florida
vas been filed against you and
.ou are required to serve a
-opy of your answer or
pleading to the Complaint on
ihe Plaintiff's attorney.
PATRICIA M SI1 v KK ESy
post Office Box A. Miami
Beach Florida 33139 and file
the original answer or
pleading in the Office of the
t'lerk of ihe Circuit Court on or
before the 18th day of July
19MU If vou fall to do so. Judg
ment by default will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint
This notice shall he
published once each week for
four i i onseCUtlve weeks
I I ITEI I at Datie Count v
Florida this mii i-v of June
IBM
MAHD P BRINKER
Clerk. Cir. uit ("ourt
in Willie ar Jl
l leput) '
lulv 4 lissii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITtOUS NAME LAW
HI i.
r '. M

. with If..
; i. i '
I lal
v .. ISM)
\ i'iiP.P' i|
|| l Attorney v I.aw
Miami Florida I
Mtorne) lor Xppln art!
.lui
July 4 liMi
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
lilYEN that Ihe undersigned
> ring 10 I Bgagl In business
under Ihe fu titious name
SHI ETA al Ml BE First
Fourth Floor. Miami
Florida SSI3I intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I Made i 'oisilv Florida
Maria E
Otinzalei yuinl
<*924 June 13 30. 27
July 4. I9B0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. to rs
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN KE The marriage of
ROBERTOsoTO
Petitioner
and
HILDA SOTO
Respondent
TO HILDA SOTO
379 SW 3 St
i Apt 3 I
MIAMI. FU .
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition for Dls
solutlun of your Marriage has
been filed and commenced In
this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any
to it. on CARLOS M MEN
DEZ Esq Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2983 W 4th Avenue
HIALEAH, Florida. 33012 and
file the original with the Oerk
of the styled Court on or before
August l. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
>ou for the retlef prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week, for
four consecutive weeks In THE
1 E V. ISI1 FLORIDIAN
MIAMI
WITNESS m> hand and the
-aid Court at Miami
i.i Ml this is dav of lone
RICH ilili p BRINKER
eft i reult Court
I lad* Count) Florida
B) Lola H Cui
" del Eaq
nue
I
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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 BMBIS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
SHERYELSHAW.
Wife
and
Aljs-REIX) SHAW
Husband
TO ALFREDO SHAW
PARQCE ZOYLA No 507
lama. Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for Dls
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ALBERT 1. CARRI
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7th Street Miami.
Florida 33128 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court an or before
August 1. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at
. Florida on this 19th dav
of June 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. (lerk < 'in uit Court
I lade Count} Florida
ii-. v 11 Wad<
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Julv ; i is im
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPER TV
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 909149
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE

\Hh m VIVIAN
I i tMPNELL
.v .
rEKH CAMPBI
pondenl H i band
1" MAI TEH H \Ml Ml-:I l
I \ '..'II
i '.imp P.'
Unas
> "i IRE ill p.i- in n
MM that 8J ... KM for I iis
' Mir nagr t\A% been
. .. are
. ,1 [iv of
lenses if anv
to it on DAV ID A KARP
atlornev lor PetlUOfhM whose
sddreai 19 DAVID A K tl'.r
ii."' Ills, avne Boulevard Suite
-h Miami Florida
and tile the original with the
i lerk of Ihe above styled court
lore August 1 1980
otherwise a default will be
entered against visj for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
Tins notice shall be pub
llabad once eai h week for four
itive weeks in THE
Jr WISH FI.OHIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 16 day of June
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By V Bar k lev
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrcuH Court Seali
JAVITSa KARP
Dav id A Karp
3330 Blscayne Boulevard
Suite 304
Miami Florida 33137
i MB I 378 6S13
Attorney for Petitioner
08968 June 27.
________________July 4. 11. 18 HBO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
Csie Ne 9A99S4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
By
STEVEN i. hi I.I.ARD
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JERRY J X)1J.IN(;S
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOl ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
are required to serve a copv of
your written objection. If anv
io it on BRIAN BRODY ESQ,
attorney for Petitioner shiar
addreae is 33 ne i: si
N M II FI 33162 on or before
August 1. 1980 ami file the
original with the lerk of this
. ouri either before service on
Petitioner or immediately
olher-w i- a default
w ill n against vou for
demanded in the
ADOPTION petititm
WITNESS my hand and the

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVCNTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No S-rei7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
ELEONORA AI.VARADO
Wife
and
PEDRO ALVARADO
Husband
TO PEDRO ALVARADO
8 Calls Orlente
No 439
San Salvador
El Salvador
YOt 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 ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33123 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 18. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
MU for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
lisheil on. e rath week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI \N
WITNESS mv hand and the
seal of -^4ii| isjrt al Miami.
Florida on this 3 day of June
I9f.ll
Klin LRU I BRINKER
isClerk Circuit Court
Dad. i 'aunt) Floi
Hv i larinda H-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COUH T OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIHCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 10 444/ C
FAMILY DIVISION
i
PER
SOTICI 'I- VI ION
Mil ION Hl'.ls I EH
vot ,Ri MOTH
an action
mair ig> has baa*
are
, POD) of
ritlei U ten* if any.
(I H H KKopv,
lor Petitioner whose address
. N M It Fla
on or before Ju
IBM and tile the original with
trk '( IhU .ourt either
rvlce 'ii Petitioner or
immediate!} thereafter
oin.rwue a default will be
entered against yod for the
I. maiided in UM I On
plaint or petition
WITNESS m> nans' and ihe
seal of tills Court >i June 41 h
RICHARD I BRINKER
Is Clerk of thnUUerrt
in i larinda Htuwu
As Deputy net*
oxilo luiieta. 10 27
4. .-
crtft;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
ANO FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90 '1)1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
EDI'AKDOLONDONO
Petitioner
and
ANA CHAOUENDO
LONDONO
Respondent
TO ANACHAOUENDO
LONDONO
Apladc Aero 33 23
Call. Colombia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a petition for
Dissolution of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
In thla court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If sny.
to It on R A DEL PINO. ES
yl IRE. attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is
1401 Vtest Elagler Street.
Miami Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the
..live styled court on or before
July 11. 1980 otherwise s
default will be entered against
>.>u for the relief prayed for in
the omplaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
I saM .ourt at Miami.
Florida on this 30 day of May
RICHARD I BRINKER
Ascierk < in mi Court
I >n Hv m i Hartnetl
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Israelis Met Secretly With Hussein
..ttOlHtl.lTZER
Synrffa
icate
Menachem
'bin- diacloaura that
\oreigP Minister Moshe
ih*ki m "! meetings' *'tn
., King HuMdB while
,n the Likud-led
^nt hi- baffled senior
fjciali who fawH would
compiu'ate Hussein s
_ n*eting with President
HTcarterla^t week
Hussein-CtfUr session
]- |fi ( the White House
"dwufnwi to f> to improve
ianian relations,
,|N -trained ever since
injected the Camp David
>pp i--
OFFK'IALS fear that
ointirmation of the
einli.i\an sessions could
irra^- the Jordanian
irch among the Arab
tiom-t -tad- and drive him
ui tvon more anti-Camp
kid comer
kow I can tell you that
|nn met with him when he was
Minister and I became
I Minister. Begin said in an
rviaa with the Co
ipaper chain "Where did he
him I can't tell you. But it
in i fine city and the hotel
l*Mi fine hotel."
I Begin ho said the Day an-
|u'ir. meeting was fruitless
suw Hussein demanded a
Israeli withdraw! from the
fm Hank, also confirmed
bbcly what has long been
n that earlier Labor-led
fL go\ ernmenls had also held
: negotiations with Hussein
THERE WERE many visits
friend Vigal AUon with b >
Husaein by Abba Eban.
H'auhak Rabin when be was
Minister, by Ya'acov
Dg. the Prime Minister's (the
Mrs Golds Meir'sl main
btical aiiv iser." Begin said.
According to Bill Shipp.
cute editor of Th Atlanta
Ufificrioa an aide inlemiptad
1*1 statement and asked in
brew whether he should be
naling the talks with Hussein
waved aside the question
I continued
"Now what was the content of
talks0 Make territorial
apromiaes which will give
in parts of Judea and
and mainly the valley of
i Jordan River. The little King
'Totally unacceptable,
' no circumstances '
NO ISRAEL official had ever
bldy confirmed the contacts
ptfc Husaein. and there was fear
in Israel spresasd publicl) by
Opposition Leader Shimon I'.
that IV'jjin s comments might
make it impossible to ri'\ i\.> SU( h
mi n't negotiations in the future
Some cynical LI S officials nan
in Washington expressed the
opinion that this may have bean
Hegin's exact intention since he
oppos-s any future territorial
compromlas with Jordan on the
West Hank-the so-called
Jordanian option, advanced by
IVres and other Labor leaders :n
Israel
Since coming to office in June,
1977. Begin has consistently
rejected the concept of a
territorial partition of the West
Bank, since he regards those
areas as part of the ancient
Jewish homeland He has
ridiculed Labor's preference for
the Jordanian option by making
the point that Hussein always
demanded a total withdrawal
from the West Bank and Fast
Jerusalem with the possible
exception being some minor"
adjustments (maybe a few
hundred meters near Latrun and
Kslkilya)
WHENEVER HI SSEIN was
offered the so the monarch rejected it The plan
advocated Israel's continued
presence along the Jordan Valley
and in other strategically-
important areas But it sup-
ported a withdrawal from the
populated Arab centers
Before Begin s comments on
the earlier secret meetings with
Hussein, senior U S officials had
been expressing hope that
Hussein might move closer to the
Camp David Accords during his
discussions with Carter
The Americans were prepared
to move more expeditiously on
some of Jordan's longstanding
requests for V S arms if Hussein
demonstrated some new
flexibility visa vis the U S
sponsored peace drive
Specificslly. Jordsn could win
spprovsl of F-5G fighters and
additions! M-60 tanks
Unless Hussein reverses his
position of the pesce
negotiations, msny members of
Congress could be expected to
protest strongly sny such sales st
this time Efforts to block the
sales legislatively could be ex-
pected.
PRESIDENT CARTER and
his political advisers wsnl to
avoid any such direct con-
frontation with Congress on sn
explosive issue during a
presidential election year They
have vivid memories of the
Ford Kissinger proposal to sell
Arabs Still Not Given
Chance to Beat Israel
Washington (ZiNS, Despite the in-
king professionalism of the Arab armies, and despite
- massive arsenals of modern weapons which the
tops now possess, they still do not have a chance of
"tering the military balance of power with Israel in the
urse of the next decade. Superiority remains in favor of
|srael at the present time and will persist into the future.
THESE ARE the conclusions reached as a result of
study made by three military experts. Anthony Pascal.
'ichael Kennedy, and Steven Rosen. The study rejects
w notion that time is working in favor of the Arabs. All
the experts agree that in the last few years there has
*n a significant improvement in the Arab armies, but
PJj art' still not capable of competing with Israel in the
pwyment of modern complicated weapons.
L Notwithstanding this fact, however, the experts
EL t0t exclude the possibility of a new Arab
r^ack against Israel. They feel that the massive arms
Jfnals which are now in their hands could inspire a
JJ* that perhaps the Arabs would now be able to best
J ,sraeli army in open warfare. The study was earned
J- at the invitation of the American Department of
e>ense.
Maverick missQes to Saudi
diia during the 1978 ram
paign. and what that did to the
former President's image among
Israel's supporters in the United
tea
In re is Hussein has
embi i : Vrab rejectionists and
the i'l.t I, his image in the United
Stau has seriouslj deteriorated
Mosl I s officials had hoped
that the king would jump aboard
the Camp David bandwagon
shortly after Carter. Sadat and
Megm announced their
framework accord in September
1978
Instead. Hussein has shored
up his relations with Arab
hardliners and moved closer to
the Soviet Union A Carter-
Hussein summit had to be
postponed several times.
THE UNITED STATES
invited Hussein in January, but
the visit was delayed until April.
It was then abruptly cancelled
after Carter hastily arranged
separate meetings with Sadat
and Begin for the same month in
an effort to put some life back
into the Palestinian autonomy
negotiations
Because Hussein wants no-
thing to do with those negotia-
tions, at least at this stage, he in-
formed the United States that his
meeting would have to be
delayed The king clearly wanted
to avoid any appearance that he
was moving toward possible
participation in the Camp David
peace process.
Hussein was in New York last
September for the United
Nations General Assembly-
opening session But Carter
refused to invite him to
Washington because of Jordan's
refusal to support Camp David.
Instead then-Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance flew to New York to
meet with him That was
regarded as a snub by Hussein.
WHILE STATE Department
specialists on the Middle East
have no false hopes that Hussein
might overnight reverse Jordan's
attitude toward the sutonomy
negolistions. they are never-
theless confident that U.S.-
Jordanian relations can get back
on track
Traditionally, Washington and
Amman have had close ties
largely because of the King's pro-
Western orientation. But that
relationship has gone through
some very serious strains during
the pa st two years.
Carter's invitation to Hussein
snd the King's scceptance ap-
peared to signal a mutual
readiness to try to improve
relations But U.S. officials insist
thst Begin s Is test comments
have not made their efforts any
easier
Europe Shows New Political Independence
Jewish Activist on Trial
For 'Malicious Hooliganism9
NEW YORK (JTA) Valery Pilnikov, a Soviet
Jewish activist from Kiev, went on trial on trumped up
charges of malicious hooliganism and alleged beating,
the Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry
learned. The trial is being held despite written evidence
clearing him of all charges.
PILNIKOV'S WIFE was detained by Kiev police
immediately after she submitted to the courts the af-
fidavit signed by an alleged victim of the beating. Not
one lawyer in Kiev has been willing to undertake
Pilnikov's defense.
Pilnikov was arrested on May 16 immediately upon
his return from Moscow, where a group of 20 Soviet Jews
delivered a complaint to the Communist Party Central
Committee about ovir's refusal to grant them permission
to emigrate to Israel.
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AZF Conference in Israel To
Bring Over 1,000 American Jews
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Plans for The Great
Pilgrimage to Jerusalem." an
American Zionist Federation
project that will bring murr than
l '<"> Vmerican Jews to Israel's
capital tur a three-da) conference
November 1" 20, wire announced
this week by l*r Irving Lchrman
nf Miami Beach, national vice
chairman <>t the pilgrimage
Rabbi Joseph 1' Sternstein,
AZF president, said the Carter
\dminist ration's support of the
l \ Security Council resolution
condemning Israel dramatically
underscores the need for great
demonstration ol solidarit) and
support with Israel on the crucial
question ol Jerusalem
\980 Dads County Outstanding < itut Jt rusalem must remain
em Lodms of H run B'rith f tht united under 1st
,,. at th.- DuPont Plata Hotel From U ft """"ft**- K-,M" St*st*,n
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I....."">"" P** Jerusalem is to make sure .hat
landing Citutn in th ., \...ru.in people and the
fman. gtnrral chairman \merican government un-
Sholem l.i>dn> J lerstand the depth ol Jewish
issociats publisher of / Miami Hero sentiment on this iss Mid
president for m I H TYJ ana I h Rabbis and members of al
\nd publisher of Tht i ervativi Orthodox and
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;'x:x::::::::::;:::::::::;::::::::::::: wintry are expected lo taki
"'''''' ''''''....... "" [., (.ireat Pilgrimage at
lirmen
Sephardic Influence
laism Rabbi \rthur -I
/v rrrt T\* T I \~*.-.,.,> l*lyveld iReformi ol Fairn
On The Kise In r ranee
(u x UMlN m|.| eh v
, n 'Eternal City' Holds Jewish Festival
. U 1 1 w .,
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Si mour Cohen iConservative) of
Vnshe Emet Synagogue.
Chicago; and Rabbi Haskel
Lookstein lOrthodox) ol
Congregation Kehillath
Jeshurun, New York
l>r l.ehrman. rabbi o( Temple
Fmanu-EI, said The (Ireat
Pilgrimage would underscore
the place ol Jerusalem in the
faith and history ol the Jewish
pie
Jerusalem be said, is the
capital Ol Israel and the spiritual
capital ot the .Jewish people, the
place to which we turn in prayer
each day. the one place on earth
where Jewa have lived
throughout >>ur people's history
without interruption.
Our Great Pilgrimage to
Israel will have both a political
and educational purpose
Political, in showing our support
for a unified, open city, under
Israeli rule and in serving as a
morale-booster for our fellow-
Jews in Israel: educational, in
that it will solidify Jewish
sentiment and build appreciation
and understanding ol the role of
Jerusalem in Jewish life and
history
Rabin Lookstein said the goal
was to torm a minvan (quorum
tor prayer required by Jewish
law l from at least 100
synagogues in the I nited States
to take part in I'he (ireat
Pilgrimage with their rabbis
Persons interested in taking
part may writ.' directly to The
(.real Pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
in care ot The American Zionist
Federation ol South Florida
office on Miami Beach
Serving as vice chairmen ol
The (>reat Pilgrimage in addition
to Rabbi l.ehrman are Rabbis
Joseph I hrenkrana Roland
(htteisohn. Gilbert Klaperman,
. \i Schindler and Saul
I l.-pin/
rtaoni m.,i. (
as France s b> msapai mm ri
i has been ;i 'Ml
ut the in
a tilaved bv St
Y**1 '> essfully
from North
|:. |. inda* I i hi
JW form Jews from }* I."/ "'' '; fj
, unirtM in ticiallv called drew thousands ot
percental the I .: ZZ Roman Jews, and other Italians.
irong Jewish I", plus wandering tourists into the
I Franc*, and ^JZ lust' Vi. Portico lot,.......ind the
a ,v Imriml ibnt n s- wnBr um" three or tour side streets
ltl.lt it otr- Tll[. ii II i | \ ii v rhanff* ,.
, v ... rilK I'ltlMXKl cn surrounding Homes mam
pnar,.. \,,rth African which helped preserve Judaism wiaf.,,^1(. an area inhabited
become the w.,v the creation of the StaU '1 by Jews for 2.000years
I : Rabbi Jacob I-'-'/-' l',Vm,rr,..,t'Utne This year the program waa rich
has been the behmd the l-J,, J with features grounded in an
of the Ash- nii%t fST3 NoTS historical awareness of the R..me
i Jews and of a cer- MncanJews in the early 1960s '*'-" community An
|,,_ i ... \inan .Ahihition reconstructing the
IttinJ. sUMfctlwmt SephardJ lews from North slorN ,he five stole' (sMsl
THKKr W'ERI of course Africa brought a new cohesion to ()f vanous jewish ethnic origins
|N;.-rdi- m Franca hatnci the the Jewish community but also tj^ were oneodhouaed where the
ration of Jews challenged i h. eaubliahment main synagogue, currently under
tiut thev were formed by those who claimed to r,,pair ni)W stands was put
integrated" into belong to French society for over loK,,iru.r n the basis of
A -nice most of them a century photographs and layouts that
I* lanU of Jews who Rabbi Kaplan, who was were gathering duet in the city's
Iwi come from Spam and Por .|,vte i centuries ago. roeented. like it or not. the THK oPFNINd. in the
Sspbardi lews from North aatabliahmeat, though he did bawmt.n, ,,f ,he synagogue, the
I run. drought with them much for the rapprochement, Ol art,a ()f lh(. Spanish Temple."
Inffrous traditions that French Ashkena/is and Sephardis was atu>nded bv Italian notables.
lJf no ng had because of North African Jews who were ^ (,hw>f Rabm and head of tne
' integration into French Continued on Pag* i B Home Jewish community and the
Rabbinical Association ol Ortatsr Miami at its
I p-..j____..i hrmm,wJm Adath Y*s<
"1 Bel Breira
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com
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ior ol Israel in H~
highlight, unique doth
,i- i tradition and as hap
. 11 ; he -ign-ott ot the
l he Mishmarah
Hating back to the custom in
Biblical times ,,| gathering at the
table with food, wine, prayers
and songs the night before a
circumcision was to take place,
the Mishmarah in Rome was
extended around the ltith
Century to include all-night
joyOUl vigils before the other
mam events in Jewish life such as
weddings
Sunday night, a U-shaped
table was placed in a corner of the
ghetto's" main square, presided
over by the Chief Rabbi. Prof
Elio Toaf. plus four other rabbis
The other places were occupied
by whoever could get there first.
A YOUNG bride and
bridegroom were introduced to
the crowd of thousands eagerly-
waiting to participate, and the
ceremony proceeded The sound
of the voices of those seated.
hacked by the throngs of families
standing around the feast table,
singing prayers obviously as
familiar to them as the ABC.
were a moving experience
especially to those in the
audience who had never seen a
similar event
Many of three-or-four-year-old
enjoyed the best view on the
shoulders of a father or uncle,
vociferously joining in the
choruses.
Other "shows" consisted of
performances of Bruch and
Mendelssohn; dances; a recital
by Hannah Roth, who sang and
told Yiddish jokes in an Italian as
fluent as her Hebrew; a puppet
show based on an original Jewish
fable written by the Roman
tiiacometta Limentian. with
participation by the children of
Rome's Jewish orphanage after-
school groups; and an "audio-
visual' entertainment center set
up against a natural background
landscape ol Rome i
Marcello rui
slides M l! h
.1. w ish horn-
in J< w rv
I HERE
displays ol
dimensional
and ceramic
WERE street
children I three
PongO pictures
baked sculptures
snowing aspects ol Roman
Jewish life, past and present \11
the classes ot Roman Jewish
schools participated, even the
nurseries The usual stands ol the
Jewish National Fund, of VYI/O.
of the youth groups, and others
were set up. (tills stands that sold
Jewish culinary specialties
The Ghetto Festival took place
this year two days after the
European Economic Community
i EEC) Venice summit declaration
on the Mideast which shook Jews
around the world Nonetheless
everyone present. including
practically the entire Israeli
diplomatic staff in Rome, seemed
relieved at this tangible
manifestation of the surviving
acument of the Jewish ethos
which in Rome is a most singular
combination of pagan-religiosity,
assimilated non-assimilation, and
a single-minded will to overcome
the tragedy of the past, the
majority of Roman Jews lost one
or more family members during
the Nazi occupation, with truly
Jewish celebration of life.
THE FESTIVAL was
originally conceived as an oc-
casion when Rome's Jewish
community. harassed by a
myriad of internal problems and
a lingering sense of inferiority
dating back to the not so far
removed ghetto times, which
ended only after Italy's
unification in 1870. could get
together and celebrate its
uniqueness.
in particular,
sense of par
Teatra d-
This year,
marked a real
ticipation by all strata of the
18,000 Jews currently living in
the Fternal Citv
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B> DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM |JT VI A
clash w.t- verted here between
police and several score povert)
families encam[>e owned land ousuie ol Jerusalem
The squatter*, dismantled their
tent city voluntarily after Mayor
Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
convinced their leaders that he
would do his utmost to alleviate
their housing problems.
Kollek. who just returned from
a fund-raising visit to the IS.
took charge of the crisis which
had developed in his absence as
1.000 Jerusalem policemen and
border police, armed with
truncheons and shields,
surrounded the site awaiting
orders to remove the tent
dwellers bv force Earlier, the
Supreme Court withdrew an in-
junction it had issued forbidding
the government to order a for-
cible evacuation
THE FAMILIES. Oriental
Jews from Jerusalem slum neigh-
borhoods, erected the tent city on
unused land last week to protest
the government "s failure to
alleviate the housing shortage
Effort! by Premier Ntenachem
Begin, Housing Minister David
L>vy and others to negotiate a
compromiM failed
Housing Ministr) officials
were adamant in their refusal to
give the squatters preferential
treatment They argued that to
do so would discriminate against
other people who are urgently in
need of housing but do not take
the law into their own hands
Kollek promised to intervene
with the Ministry to help the
group set up a cooperative
housing community on State or
municipality owned land
elsewhere in the Jerusalem
region. He said he would per-
sonally consult with the city
engineer on a suitable site
THE MAYOR insisted that
the government was responsible
for the situation because it had
raised people's hopes by its
election campaign promises and
then failed to deliver.
It was largely the votes of
impoverished Oriental Jews
which propelled Begin's Likud
coalition into office in the 1977
elections
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President Laurel Shapiro and her Executive Vice President Barbara Goodman />
BIG check to the temple, represented by its presulent. Hurt e\ Miller <,,,
surrounded by the ncn Sisterhood executive boani. Gail Andich, Joanne Wald i<
Kasper, Ernestine Richman. Darla Schuartz. Susan Feingold, Greta, Mtinmh. Lu
berg and Rabbi Michael H Kisenstat.
Joint Installation of Officers at Agudath Israel
Sidney Olson Receives
Jerusalem Founders Award
A joint installation of the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
and its Sisterhood. Carlyle
Avenue on Miami Beach, took
place at a Buffet Supper recently
Installing officer was I^eonard
I Stolar. Miami Beach attorney
Mrs. Issie Farber was officially
installed as president of the
Synagogue. Farber. builder and
developer, business executive
President of Javmar Con-
struction. Inc. in Canada, is
active with Knights of Pythias
and B'nai B'rithof Montreal, and
pioneer developer of many-
projects in Canada
In Greater Miami, he erected
the Starlight House. Victoria
Towers. I leach Club Villas.
Catalina Town Homes and
Fairview Town Homes, along
with many other housing
projects Active in Jewish and
(iv u .ittiurs. Mr Farlier has Ixt-n
Sidney 1. Olson, active Miami
Beach Community leader
received the Jerusalem Founders
Wan! of Shaare Zedeil rfos|
on Wednesday June 25th
at .i c.ii.i dinner in New York
oix>n ia a four
1 lospital Miami Beat h Je
I ed< rstion and ia <'hail
the
Zedeh Hospital and
serve* aa its Regional
President \ recipient ol laraei'i
Prune Minister's medal. Olson
tru .ilx. honored by the Japanese
Government and the electronics
industry for furthering the
commercial ties between that
country and the I S
\dditionally he i-- an in
ternationally renowned
numismatist and serves as a
National Director of the
\nnrican Israeli \umi>mat!i
Vssociation
Fine Arts School
Summer Classes
I ample Beth Sholom is pat
in announce its Third Annual
School ol Fine Kits Summer
Classes, under the direction of
Judy Druckef
i .ramie Sculpture and Jewelry
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Chaim Bulbank. Herman Hirsch
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Volunt**" who covered a minimum f five
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Option's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Be Ir^encv Fund campaign were treated to Cam
f erl Recognition Day on June 16 at the Doral
Following an afternoon on the golf course and
I ;. rnurts campaigners participated in a cocktail
Kk>n and'dinner in the Clubs Miradoral Room.
Recognition Day chairman Kenneth J.
iBrhwart/ called the day Federations way of
iTintr thank vou to all of the loyal campaign
Er> *ho helped make the 1980 CJAIEP the
Jpm successful peacetime campaign in the history
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B'nai B'rith Latin
Unit Installation
The installation "I thr newly-
elect' ffii era ol i he H'nai
B'rith, Miami Latin Unit 51< I
will !> hi'ld nti Sunda) .1 u 1\ 6, .ii
noon at the r ontainebleau-
Hilt.m Hotel
Kal)tii Neeim Gambach will be
installed as president ol the unit
for a second term b) Col I'hil
Cohen Guest ipeaker will be
Malcolm Fromberg, president <>1
District Fiveol M'nai H nth.
Th* installation ceremonies
will also mark the inclusion of
women to the unit
chairman Kenneth J
Adler, 1980 CJAIEF
li campaign chairman /rightI. arc shown With a
)f the beautiful framed Israeli prints, pre-,-it, d
to campaigners u ho covered a minimum of ten
irdi during the 19H0 campaign
Obviously pleased at the -election of former Hade County
Circuit Court Judge Irving J Cypen as -Father of the "tear
of the Men's Club of Temple Emanu-El are. from left. Dr.
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board, and Judge C\pen. associate chairman of the hoard of
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By DR. GEORGE GRUEN
Director. Middle East AKaira
American Jewish Committee
The sudden and ar-
bitrary execution of Albert
Danielpour, 52, by a local
court in Hamadan on June
5 on trumped-up charges
and in violation of
established judicial
procedures has aroused
indignation throughout the
Iranian Jew Executed for Importing Honey
Jewish community and
fear for the fate of an
estimated 70 other Iranian
Jews believed to be in
various prisons.
Danielpour, a prominent
member of the Teheran
Jewish community, leaves
a widow and three young
children.
Danielpour. a partner
in
Sephardic Influence
On The Rise In France
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Continued from Page IB
forced to leave a region where
they had lived for centuries,
showed they were more aware of
the acute problems Israel has
been facing since its creation.
They also formed the core of
those French Jews who
emigrated to the Jewish State.
They brought new blood to
existing Jewish organizations
and more punch to their actions
and the recent "12 hours
meeting in favor of Israel
demonstrated that out of 15.000
people present they outnum
bered Jews of Kastern European
ongin-s
ONE WOULD be wrong in
assuming that North African
Jews are behind the creation ot
the radical Jewish Revival"
movement which has called on
French Jews to condemn
France s Middle East policy by
voting against President Valery
Giscard de'Estaing The revival
movement is headed by an Ash-
kcna/i Jew and consists of
people who share the views of
the present Israeli government.
There are Sephardis in this
movement, but North African
Jews, more than others, are
aware of the danger of con-
stituting a political lobby in
France Nevertheless, certain of
their representatives contributed
to fuel the criticism unleashed by
the radicals against the "Estab-
lishment" and the Rothschild
family in particular which heads
the major Jew Lsh institutions.
Rabbi Siral does not want to
l>c considered the rabbi of the
Sephardis It is not a Sephardi
>r \shkenazi rabbi who has been
elect ad but the rabbi of all
French Jews." he staled
It is true that Ashkenazi
.lews, who are the survivors of
the Nazi Holocaust, did much to
reconstruct a community which
had been destroyed, and Rabbi
Kaplan did his best to defend
Jewish interests when he op-
possd (itn Charles de Gaulle
who condemned Israel's pre-
ventive war in 1967 But Rabbi
Kaplan was. in fact, spurred by-
North African Jews in doing so
because French Jews were much
more restrained in their reac-
tions.
NORTH AFRICAN Jews,
unlike Ashkenazis who suffered
the Holocaust, do not have any
guilt feelings. They do not want
to be identical with ordinary
French people and feel more
Jewish than other Jews and also
more French than other French-
men. Sociologists have found
that North African Jews claim
aggressively their French
citizenship and their attachment
to Judaism, aa well.
Sephardi Jews from North
Africa refused to make the con-
cessions that Jewish immigrants
from Eastern countries did 5C
years ago. Without sacrificing
Judaism, they rapidly took an
active role in French social, eco-
nomic, scientific and cultural
sectors. They form more than 50
percent, perhaps 60 percent, of
the community but 80 percen. af
its activities are in their hands
AS AN EXAMPLE, a major-
ity of pupils in religious schools
are Sephardis The election of
Rabbi Sir.u. who was born in
Algeria 50 years ago. is therefore
a recognition of their active con
tribution to Judaism in France.
Rabbi Kaplan, who had been
elected for life, expressed his
desire to retire several years ago
but the French Jewish Con-
sistory was unable to find him a
suitable successor Moat rabbis
in France are Sephardis. and it
would have been difficult for
them to accept another Ash-
kenazi chief especially as North
African Jews have been in-
creasingly accusing the "estab-
lishment" of not fulfilling their
aspirations any longer
The election of Sirat appeared
to be the best solution to keep
the community united Rabbi
Siral is known as a liberal, and
his views are similar to those of
his rival. Rabbi Max Wan-haw-
ski of Strasbourg Both men do
not approve of the Begin ad-
ministration's policy on the
West Bank At the same time,
they are ready to oppose
France's Middle East attitude in
a firm manner if necessary.
BEING AN intellectual who
has done much to promote the
teaching of Hebrew and Jewish
tra'iilions in France. Sirat said
lie would give priority to
education. But he firmly stated
that if the superior interests of
Israel were at stake it would be
our duty ot intervene and to tell
the government of our country
that we would not allow the
destruction of Israel."
In his first message to French
Jews. Rabbi Sirat said: "I hope
that we will have at heart.
through our actions and our
research, through our per-
severing and continuing rap-
prochement towards religion, to
hasten the arrival of the
Messiah Tradition points out
that the Messiah is ready, and it
only depends on us to make him
COOM He added: "All Jews in
the world agree on one point: the
superior interests of Israel are
vital in the daily life of a Jew.
whether he lives in Israel or in
diaspora."
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important agricultural and
industrial enterprises, had
originally been picked up in
February. 1979 and held for
questioning by authorities in the
Evin prison in Teheran. No
formal charges were brought
against him, and he was released
after five months. Meanwhile,
his business had been taken over
by workers' committees
(komites) In mid-January. 1960,
militants from Hamadan seized
Danielpour and took him to
prison in Hamadan. where he and
his brothers. Parvis and Daniel,
jointly owned a textile factory
that had been taken over by the
local workers' komite.
AMONG THE wild charges
against Danielpour were support
for the creation of the Israel
Zionist (iovernment. working
with Israel to suppress the
Palestinian revolution, tm
porting honey from Israel, and
spying for the CIA and Israel
On Apr IK. the Hamadan court
convicted the Danielpour
brothers and sentenced them to
death iParvis and Daniel were
tried in absentia. I
Under Iranian law. no death
sentence can be carried out
without ratification by the
Supreme Court in Teheran
Following appeals to Ayatollah
Khomeini, an order was given to
transfer the case to Teheran On
June A. an international
humanitarian organization was
informed by Iranian authorities
that the death sentence had been
commuted to three years' im-
prisonment and that Danielpour
was to be transferred to a prison
in Teheran
On the same day his wife.
Hilda, took the Court order and
brought it to the prison
authorities in Hamadan. who
assured her that her husband
would be transferred to Teheran
within a day or so..
IN REALITY, however, the
Hamadan prison authorities
called in Ayatollah Khalkhaii.
who carried out a summary
night trial and ordered Albert
Danielpour executed by firing
squad at 6 am \ccording to
some reports, he introduced a
completely new charge
dealing in heroin to justify
the execution Khalkhaii.
popularly known in Iran as
"Judge Blood." has been
traveling around the country
executing .ciunter-
revolutionaries and was
recently mandated to investigate
alleged drug dealers
Khalkhaii s independence and
the fact that the Hamadan
authorities could so blatantly
defy an order from the central
authorities in Teheran add to the
fears within the Jewish com-
munitv that the central
authorities are unwilling or un-
able to insure that the full rights
of the Jewiah minority, formally
proclaimed in the Conatitution of
the Islamic Republic, will be
maintained in practice. Principle
13 defines Zoroastrians. Jews and
Christians as "recognized
minorities" who are "free to
perform their religious rites and
ceremonies and to act in
personal matters and religious
teachings in accordance with
their religious regulations."
Principle 14 states:
According 10 the Koran, the
Islamic Republican (iovernment
of Iran and the Muslims as well
an- bound to treat non-Muslims
with good moral conduct and
Islamic justice, and to observe
their fundamental rights This
principle will be applicable to
those who do not get Involved in
anti Islamic activities and in
Conspiracies against the Islamic
Republic of Iran "
IT IS the potential misuse of
the last sentence that has
roused great concern More
than a year ago. in May. \9~9.
the first prominent Jew. Habib
Klghuman. was executed on
charges of being a Zionist an
Now. in addition 10 Mln-rt
Danielpour. it was announced on
June 10 that Yousef Sohbani. the
former director of the Pepsi Cola
company in Iran, was executed
for aiding Zionism. among
other charges Sobhani waa a
Bahai. whose fathers had been of
Jewish origin
Two members of the
Beroukhim family, owners of a
chain of hotels in Iran, were
arrested on Apr 22 and are
being charged, inter alia, with
aiding Zionism" and allowing
their hotels to be spy centers for
Americans and Israelis Among
the "evidence" presented was
that Israeli coins were sold in the
gift shop and that regular
meetings of Iranian Jewish
committee and of prominent
Zionists, such as Flghanian.
took place at the hotels
The outcome of the Beroukhim
CSSS i- not yet known, but such
exaggerated accusations and the
UM "f Zionism" as a capital
offense has provoksd a public
protSSl by a group of young
Iranian Jewish intellectuals, who
BSVe in the past Hippoitsd the
Islamic Revolution and the
Government pro Palestinian
policies
IN AN unusual admission
\vatollah Khomeini public I)
dei lan-d in a broadcast to
provincial governors on June 10
that Iran was in chaos and
Friday. June 27.
that internal disputes
various factions supporting
revolution posed a greater t
even than U.S. or Soviet
position In what may have
intended aa a criticism of
multiplicity of workers *
and other local vigilante
taking matters into their
hands. Khomeini declared
the Iranian revolution
progressed to the point w
"the masses cannot any lo.
govern the nation" He sai
was now up to the elected
appointed officials to govern
country and solve its proble
In addition to disputes
tween President Ban i Sadr
the fundamentalist Islamic
publican Party, the governn
also faces opposition f
Marxist and other sec u la
elements, and growing (
affection among regional i
non Persian ethnic groups n
as the Kurds, the Baluchi*
Azerbaijanis. and the trahi
the oil-producing region
Khuzistan
The continually unsettle: .,
atmn since the revolution has h,
a negative impact on
economy, compnundec. -
by the sanctions imposed
Cmted Stales and \\.
Europe
THE IRANIAN I
population in 1978 wa-
estimated at hstwSSfl
B0.0Q0 It is believi
10.000 have since
country Except for
thousand in Europe, the otn*
are about evenly divided '
tweenthose who have com '
I'niled States and thov *
went to Israel, jCSJUBSJ thl
Iranian Jews who had i
migrated since the estsbli
of the Jewish State in
those remaining in Iran, t
overwhelming majority
to 40.0001 are in Teheran, so
7.000 Ut 9.000 in Shira; betwei
l.oOO and 2.000 in Isfahan, an
alioul 3.500 scattered in .
towns
The former upper clssi
generally left the country, the
substantial holdings h.r.
either officially confiscat
occupied or brought to ^
through exorbitant dl
workers feoSstSM Sharp decli
in propsfty vsluea and
economic chaos have I
niiddk' class and pr
I nivsrait) professors havi
dismissed, and some Othel
have esperiencsd diacrirnii
The majority oi th>
remaining are from th-
groupe
Synagogues and
choota still function
increasing!) send their .
to Jew ish Schools
government achools
Koran studies Thl
Kalimuin the centra
body, still masts, and th
ttsalgnstsrl Jewish depui
Mdjtu i Parliament i
travel has generally
nutted
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Rabbinical leaders of the Israel Bonds Organization recently
met with hmtft Ambassador to France. I)r Meir Rosenne, to
ill cuss the latest Middle Fast peace negotiation! and the
situation in the French Jewish community Left to ri^ht are
Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Israel Bonds National Campaign
chairman. Rosenne; Rabbi Ralph P Kingsley, Israel lion,is
Youth Builders Club chairman; and Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
u it*, chairman of the Israel Bonds National Rabbinic Cabinet
LOLY Bazaar
The Ladies Organization of the
I-andow Yeshiva will be spon
soring a bazaar on Sunday. June
29 from noon to 4 p.m at the
school Chairman is Mrs Judv
Maker
Funds raised under the
auspices of the LOLY group are
used for enhancing the schools
ability to serve the children who
.ire BCCTpted on scholarships and .
also the Raeaian immigrant
children, many of whom are
registered at Landow for the
upcoming school year
Working with Mrs Maker area
committee composed of Mrs
Pearl Schwartz, Mrs (iloria
Mii-mian. Mrs (ornne I.ang.
Mr* Malka l.ampert. Mrs
M.iriiara Simon. Mrs Pearl
Skolnick and Mrs Pearl Shapiro
Cantor Browdy
A pointed Auxiliary
Cantor At Emanu-El
Cantor Richard Browdy has
been appointed auxiliary cantor
of Temple Kmanu-KI to help
officiate the High Holy Days
sen ices in the main sanctuary of
the Miami Beach synagogue, it
was announced this week by
Carol Greenberg, president of
Temple Kmanu-KI.
Cantor Browdy will work with
Kabbi Maxwell Merger, auxiliary-
rabbi of the congregation, who
will be in charge of the sanctuary
services.
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Pioneer Women Elect
Officers For 1980-81
Two more cnapters of Pioneer
Women have elected officers for
1980-4*1. and both surpassed their
fund-raising, membership and
other goals for the past year,
according to Harriet Green,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Klorida
Club One. the oldest Pioneer
Women unit in the area, elected
Sophie Krantz of Miami Beach as
its president for the coming 12
months Other officers elected, all
from Miami Beach, include I^ena
Goldberg and Rose Sncolovitz.
vice presidents. Kay Hager.
corresponding secretary; Sarah
f Freedman. recording secretary;
l Ruth Budovsky. treasurer, and
Yetta Merchant. financial
secretary.
Kadimah Chapter, which
services Pioneer Women
members in the City of Miami
and adjacent areas, elected Tillie
Sandier president Other officers
include Klsa Kreutzer. Ida
Meltzer and Pauline Levidt, vice
presidents: Ida Melt/er.
treasurer and financial secretary;
Pauline I^evick. corresponding
Secretary and Klsa Kreutzer.
recording secretary
Mount Sinai Blood Bank Receives
Two Year Accreditation
The Mount Sinai Medical
Center Blood Bank has been
awarded a two year accreditation
by the American Association of
Blood Banks (AABB). according
to Mr Alvin Goldberg,
Kxecutive Vice President. Mount
Sinai has been accredited by the
AABB since July. 1971.
Accreditation follows an in-
tensive on sue inspection by
Red Cross
Hurricane Review
The Oade County Chapter,
American Red Cross. Nursing
and Health Services, will hold a
hurricane shelter nurses review
on Tuesday. July 1. 1980 from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Red Cross
headquarters. 5020 Biscayne
Boulevard.
specially trained representatives
of the Association. and
establishes that the level of
medical. technical and ad-
ministrative performance within
that facility meets or exceeds the
rigorous standards set by the
AABB By successfully meeting
those requirements. the
hospital's Olivia and Louis Hand
Blood Bank joins more than
2.000 similar facilities across the
United States that have earned
the Accreditation rating and
recognition.
Jewish Worship Hour
Jewish Worship Hour, this
Sundav morning at 8 a.m. on
Channel 10. W I,PC, TV. Rabbi
Tibor H. Stern, spiritual leader of
Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue will direct the
program
Bonnie F. Berk (right), daughter of Mr and Mrs. Melvin
Fischman, of 7501 E. Treasure Drive. S'orth Bay Village, and
a junior in Temple University's College of Health. Physical
Education. Recreation and Dance, receives a 1980 Sol Fein-
stone Award from Mr. and Mrs Sol Feinstone. The Awards
are presented annually to Temple University students who
'have demonstrated "leadership or personal accomplishment of
constructive and or educational change within or outside the
University community." Sol Feinstone. donor of the $500
'awards, is a Bucks County, Pa., historian and a collector of
[American Revolution originals manuscripts, letters and
\portraits.
Siegel Elected to Board Of
Federal Health Program
Barry D. Siegel. Vice
President Communications of
American Saving* and Ixian
\ss(Hiation of Klorida. was
elected to the Board of Directors
of Miami Beech I ommunit>
Health, lac at their recent
annual meeting
During his two year term.
Siegel's responsibilities as a
1 ire< tor w ill include par
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tor rbi' in t termenl of ihe
ilth center .i- well as the
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Meyerson, Selma Mazen Her* -. /<,
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1". .an OKI u-w insfa//e luncheon rtcrntiy ae/d af the FonttunebleauHilton
Shown 'from left above) Ann Speroni, immediate past
: pntident. Maxme Siegel, turn heon hatrpenom. Ruth
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president
Business Notes
shepord B-d.ch..rTn. the tagd {-^^j^K
Lou \eeocieUorj of Florida INYSCii. i IIliar,,Tu
ih. board of Dirocton ha- declared reguU <^
dead ,, W.W per share Th r.-p.l..r .,uaru I dividend
*iSSi,,n.:^r..'!:"^" : ^r^J.
ember oVtba Cit) ol Miami Beach Hurricane Defenae Com
Lot bj Mayor Murra) Meyerson Schulman paal pre-utem
iholem Lodfg ol M nai B rilh member ol the board ol
Ion ol th- Progreaa Club ol Miami and in served ai
n man ol the Federal Grand Jurj in Dade County
PatJaa P. Schw.ru. senkv via preeidenl ol the Gerald
^hrt/ hmma a Miami Beach public reUtiona and ...
iainj i.rm. hai bean named to the Cit> ol Miami Meai-n
Safety Conunittea bj Vlee Mayor Aati I>hu.1
Paal Diattfal Leans Club Governor. Cbarlea UWna. ia the
nl recipient ..( the Intern tional Preeidenl Medal
Arnold Kleiner will ajpaah on Our Livea ia rwo Erai at a
roMtioj d the I)r Abc.di.rr. Wotfaoa Korum on I bureday,
I'Hv .. at 10 am at the Waehington Federal *nk- l~
Aa.ha.jtoB ,\v,, M.ami Beach OnJulj 10. BathSchaeaMd
* ill SH-ak on Healthy l.i\inK< an Be VOUTI
Newman Levine
Lone Dale Newman, daughter ol Judge and
Mr- Robert H Newman ol Miami became the
bride ofjonathan Scotl Levine ion of Mrs I S
Seitlin and the late Murray I Lei ineol Miami on
June 21 in .i ceremonj held .it Temple Meth Am
with Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard officiating
\ reception and dinner followed at the Fon-
tametil.au Hilton Hotel on Miami Beach
Su-an Gail Rodgin was maid ol honor, and
bridesmaid, were Kelicia Levine, slater ol tin
groom Sandra and Sharon Kinkelstein, cousins ol
the bride Dori Raughwerger and rob. Mizels
1 lower girl was Klizabeth Dascal cousin of the
bride
lack H I me. brother ol the groom, was best
and ushers wen Jefl Levine brother of the
I Levine, cousin ol the groom,
iolding, Howard Friedberg and Vndrew
Slot in Ringbeerer was Eric Falk, cousin ol the
I tie bride h original family heirloom
It had an imported French lao bodice
wiiti raped French chiffon full -kirt. em
with French lace inserts Shi won
catIv h train, also decorated with I
Shi wore her mother tiara and
ail her mother bridal Bible
grandparent Mr and Mrs Jack
Miami Beach, and th
M-- Kosi l.auret/. also ol Miami,
ti
rom Palmetto Senior
: Smith College in Nor
'.i md completed a
m Spanish Literature at the
Michigan in Vnn \rboi SI
, l ederal Grant Program
at the Lair. I ducation Center ol I lorida
lit)
it tended South Miami High
School and hold- a bachelors ol soena di
trom 1 moi I niversitj in Atlanta ia ol

medicine degree at the i niversitj ol Miami
Scho< 'I ol Medicine
Ttie newly wed- w ill honeymoon aboard the S.S.
Nora ai. and w ill mike their home in Miami
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Mayor's Call any Mayor s store or Estate Division
office for a private.confidential evaluation
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tor
THE TOTAL THAVeil*
Q. When my wife and I
schedule a trip, we always
buy trip insurance im-
mediately. This leads to
an office-wide discussion
within the travel agency
when they are trying to
figure out how much
insurance we should buy
The same thing has
happened in several travel
agencies. Apparently, no
formula (or travel in-
surance exists.
For example. I booked a
trip costing a total of
$4,000. I bought $2,000
worth of insurance oa the
advice of the travel agent.
Unfortunately, we were
unable to take the trip for
medical reasons and had
to cancel before the trip
was supposed to start
The trip included an
international flight, land
costs and seven-day
cruise The coat of the
insurance waa several
times the amount
recovered from the in-
surance company. Why
don't travel agents know
exactly what the non-
recoverable coats are so
the> can advise travelers
to buy the correct amount
of insurance?
A Travel agent9 don't
have an exact ratio of
insurance-to-tnp available
to them to use as a for
mula because none really
exists. Travel insurance
varies with the type of
coverage and non-
coverage. Most com-
panies, for instance,
exclude coverage for "pre
existing conditions'' and
this takes some defining
in every case
However, I have
consulted three of the
largest companies writing
travel insurance and none
can account for your
premium coating more
than your rebate for
cancellation unless you
bought your insurance at
the time you paid your
deposit and your deposit
was greater than
maximum penalties that
would be imposed on the
date of cancellation
That's the only way they
say the insurance could
have ended up costing you
money
Pre-tnp cancellation
insurance should cover
the amount of penaltu--
you will be charged if you
cancel for reason* COVSTOd
in the policy, prior to
leaving homr You could
carr) co% erage for $4
but it .ill you will Iom
that i- what the
insurance will pay. The)
dun t py for non
ions, just for
financial losses. This
could be the $50 penalty
for canceling an APEX
ticket or the percentage
charged by the tour or
cruise operator. This type
of protection is easy to
calculate.
Trip interruption or
cancellation once you
have left home is more
difficult to calculate
Reasons for cancellations
covered by insurance are
spelled out on insurance
forms. I always recom-
mend coverage for
transportation from the
furthest point back borne
and whatever cancellation
penalties are listed in the
brochure.
For example: You and
your wife are taking a
flight to Greece, spending
one week on land and one
week on board a ship
sailing to Egypt I would
take enough coverage to
pay for our return flight
from Egypt and portion of
the unused trip If I got as
far as Greece on the first
leg of the trip. 1 would
consider I have insured
myself for some of the
package.
Some travelers ahrayi
take total insurance They
take coverage for the
whole $4,000 only to
discover they will be
reimbursed only for the
portion of the trip they
have missed and tran
spoliation back home
even if they got sick on
the flight going over and
had to take the next plane
back home. Rates differ
from company-to-
company, from cir-
cumstances-to-circum-
stances and when travel
agents confer, they are
probably checking
penalties imposed by
different wholesalers, etc.
Non-recoverable costs are
listed (or should be) on all
insurance forms and
travel agents know all
about them (or should).
(Got a travel question
or comment? Send it to
The Total Traveler, c o
The Jewish Floridian.
P.O. Box 2973. Miami.
Florida 33101 We regret
that no personal replies
are possible. General
interest questions will be
answered in this column
Temple Or (Horn
I he Adult Study group ol
Temple <>r (Horn will meet
Tuesday evening at oti p m
with the Rabbi at the Temple
The Hebrew Literacy Group will
Wednesday at p m Also
at the Temple at 8766 sv\ it>th
eel
Manuel Apelbaum Receives Degree
Manuel Epelbaum. son of Mr
and Mrs Sholem Epelbaum from
Miami Beach received his Juris
Dr Degree from the University
of Florida College of Law last
June 14 Epelbaum graduated
"Mesivta" High School at the
Hebrew Academy in Miami
Beach and received his bachelor
of arts from the University of
Florida with high honor*.
He also attended Hebrew
University Law Center in
Jerusalem. Israel, and will be
joining lew firm in Coral
Gables. Florida
Bar Mitzvah
Manuel Epelbaum
Greifer
KENNETH GREIFER
Kenneth Ted Greifer. son of
Mrs lx>la Greifer of Miami, will
be called to the Torah as Bar
Mitzvah on June 28 at Temple
Kmanu-El.
Kenny is in the seventh grade
at I/ehrman Day He is a member
of the Kadima and has been on
the Rabbis honor roll every
marking period He was the dSM
winner of the Miami Herald
Spelling Bee for grades two
through seven
Following the ceremonies Mrs.
Greifer will host the Kiddu9h
Oneg Shabbat in the temple's
Sirkin Hall
Special guests will include
Kenny's aunt, and uncle. Mr and
Mrs. Max Behar of Miami Beach.
Mr. and Mrs Gabriel Kudney
and children of Washington. DC.
and Dr. and Mrs Albert Greifer,
of Glencove. NY Kenny's aunt.
Mrs. Elsa Katz. of Houston.
Tex., will also attend
RANDY RASKIN
On Saturday, June 28. in tht
main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid at 8 45 a m.. Randy
Harry Raskin, son of Mrs David
(Sally) Raskin, will be Bar
Mitzvah
Randy is a student at Ner
Tamid Religious School and
Nautilus Junior High School He
is an athlete, and tennis is his
special hobby
A kiddush will follow the
services. A reception in Randy's
honor will be held on Saturday
evening.
Out-of-town guests include
Rabbi Harrv Goder, uncle of
Spring Valley. NY. Mrs. Leah
Goder, maternal grandmother, of
Spring Valley. NY, and Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Joseph, aunt and
uncle of Hallandale.
JAY NEISEN
Jay Neisen, son of Mrs. Ann
Neisen. will be called to the Torah
in celebration of his Bar Mitzvah
on June 21 at Temple Or Obm
Sabbath Services Rabbi Samuel
Rudy's sermon will be "The
Synagogue, the home and the
school." A Kiddush will be
tendered after services.
WAYNE KEIL
Wayne Keil. son of Mr and
Mrs Mel Keil. will observe his
Bar Mit/vah ut the Beth Torah
Congregation this coming
Shabbat morning. June 28 at
B in am with Dr Max A
Lipschitz, spiritual leader of the
congregation, conducting the
nr> in
Rabbi Lipschiti will charge
VVaynt with entrance into the
adult Jewish cnmmumu and will
present him with Bible on
behalf <>t the Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood "t the congregation
and Men's Club "t Beth I "rah
\\ ) ne is m a student m the
II.i> Honors i laaa "! the Beth
rorafc Harold \\>ik Religious
Si hool In h^ honor his parents
will sponsor the kiddush
following the Sen ices
The guests will include his
grandparents. Mrs Gertrude
Bashmun and Mrs Irving Keil
Wayne is a seventh grade
student at John F Kennedy
Junior High School, and his
hobbies are salt water fishing and
electronics. At Beth Torah
Congregation. Wayne was an
active member of the USY group
and was pres.dent of the ,
Kadimah Chapter. In addition,
he is the recipient of the Gold
Kippot and a member of the Gold
Kippot Honor Society of Beth
Torah. t
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Balak
s
BALAK The Israelites now entered upon the last stage of
their journey to the Promised Land
And Balak. king of Moab. saw what had happened to the
Amorites and he was very frightened. He sent messengers to
Balaam, the great magician of the city of Pethor. saying: "The
Israelites have reached my borders. Please come and curse this
ps>ple for me."
Balaum agreed He set out on his donkey. And the Lord
'sent a shining angel to block his path
Three times the donkey turned aside and three times
Balaam beat her cruelly
Suddenly the creature spoke "Why do you beat me.
master?"
Than God opened Balaam's eyes and he beheld the angel
\nd Balaam was humbled and. instead of cursing the
Israelites, he blessed them, saying
How goodly are your tents. () Jacob.
Your dwelling places. () Israel
\s valleys stretched out
As gardens by the riverside
Blessed be every one who blesses you.
And cursed be everyone who curses you."
And thus did a renowned heathen prophet prophesy that
Israel was destined to become a great and glorious nation
(Number* 22 2 2S> m
(The recounting of th* Weekly Portion o< the Law it traded and based
upon The Graphic Hittory of th* Jewish Heritage, edited by P Wollmen
Tsamir. lis published by ShengoM Tht volume it available at M Maiden
Lane. New Vork, N Y 100)1 Joseph Schlang is president ol the society
distributing the volume )
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beech 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian AJpem
Fridey Night Servtcee 8:15 p.m
Oneg Shabbat wtM toMow eervtose
Saturday morning aervtce at 8 30
Synagogue
Listings
Candlelightlng
Time
7:59
13 Tarnuz 5740
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr. Herbert
5950 N. Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 667*887 sn iol RabM
Mitchell Chefiti, Associate Rabbi
Friday Service :30 p.m.
Rabbi Mltcheii CheflU
"Walking on Water
Torah Service Saturday
at 11 15a.m.
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONQREOATION Conservative
1051 N Miami Beach Blvd.
Dr. Mai A Lipschitz. Rabbi
Cantor 2vse Aronl
Saturdey morning. Bar Mttrvah ol
Wayne Keil
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative
548-2903
. IfVafM L#hf
NAdbv,
Lshrmen, Rabbi
Cantor
Saturday morning ervtce 9 a.m.
Sermon 10:
Registration now m progress all
departments Religious School
and Lehrmen Day School Grades
1-9. Mejcwberehea Inquiries invited
BETH DAVID Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Dr. Sol Landau. Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Llpeon
CORAL WAY 2825 SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 854-3911 Daily Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S Dads Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Frldsy 8 p.m.
BETHKODESH
Modern Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ays 858 6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
Rose Berlin Executive Secretary
Daily Minyon tor Yahrzeiten
Daily 7 45a m 8 7 15pm
Saturday Service 8:45 am
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue st 41st St
Dr Leon Kronish 538 7231
Cantor David Convlaar Liberal
Sabbath Services. Fri., 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Bred. Reform
Coral Gables 887-5857
Michael B. Elesnstet. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gables and
the Southwest arse
Pulpit Guest. Senford Dsmie
TEMPLE MENORAH
820 75th St.. Mlemi Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz
Friday services st 8 15 p m
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 18801 NE 22 Ave
North Dade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P Klngsiey. Rsbbl
Julian I. Cook, Associate Rsbbl
Irving Shule.es. Canto'
Barbara S Ramsay. Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8 15pm
(7 30 p.m. on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30a m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon SchiM,
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
.19 E Flagier St Miami Fi uiji 3n>4tej
aabtM Lewis l Bogage Dvector union o
American Hebrew Congregation
TEMPLE ZION Conservative
8000 Miller Drive 2712311
Dr Norman N.Shapiro. Rabbi
Visitors and Quests are welcome.
Minyan Services: 7 am Mondays
and Thursdsys. Teltler Chapel
Friday. June 27, 8:15 p.m Late Ser
vices. Tattler Chapel Dr. Shapiro
will officiate and speak. Saturday.
June 28. 9 a.m.. Sabbath Services
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
n 10 NE iS3rd St N Miami Beecn. Fia WsJ
94ro4 RetXx David B San/man eiecutive
vestal
Religious Information
concerning Greeter Miami
Houass of Worship
Phone 576-4000
Rabbinical Association Office


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.ii Act.on No SO-fiit FC
FAMILY DIVISION
I pUon ,ii
i'.TI l-KITT
'tier
\ Hi
II NHEIMER
IDE NCI tDDRE&S
SKNUWN
RE HEREBY NOT1
that a Petition for
h. hern filr.l
i and )nu arr
rnr a I OB) of
frnni ir am
U.HEKT I. CARRI
H V att.rne> f..r
hu .(IdlTII IS
MW lUwl Miami
l BUI and Mr thr
ith Ihr clerk of thr
:. I i ourt on or before
l HMD. otherwise a
rill ha entered against
" thr relief demanded In
'plaint or petition
!tn notice aha 11 bo pub
-" r each wrrk lor lour
lir wreka In THE
" ISH KlalRUUAN
A I NES.S my hand and the
l >aid court at Miami
u on thi. 23 day of Juno
KlOiARDP BR1NKER
is Clark, circuit Court
I'ade County. Florida
ll> Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
'"uit Court Seal I
Albert I. Carrlcarta. PA
2481 NW Tth Street
Miami Klortda 33128
">4781T
"wy 'or Petitioner
[""7Jun27. July. ,, IM0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
N that the undersigned
> -inna to encage In bualneaa
under thr fictitious namr Thr
h Kloridlan of llnellaa
> ount) with principal office.
t lJO NE
^ londa intend* to re (later
aid name with the Clerk of the
it Court of Dado County
r londa
rredK Shochet Owner
I June TT
July 4. 11. U. 1*M>
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 K |lf FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK Thr Marnaeruf
A HI .us A PLAZA
Petitioner
*nd
B8TELLA MORENO
PL \/.\
H--p Tt) r'.STV l.i.A MORENl I
PLAZA
' I M -no
Cam
" M Cadro
Call I
\ OX ,RI HEREBY noti
r IEI I that ah a. IMfl for
Dlaeolulion of Marnnitr has
hrrn filr.l |(aina| \
are rrrjum-O la irr.
your wrtlti I.
10 II '.' '.
attornr> tor Petitioner hn addn
Miami F
''' ll with

-
reltel
- 'ition
.'.
1 day ol
RICH \l'.f I' .;
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B) S \ Ba

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M list FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HI V ,.,. .
.'.
M M'.il > N iXELROI)
BAM
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T" Ma Oil
lUkst
:.". North Montj.
Aval
\. ...
Vut M'.h -Ir RJCBY NOTI
in action
ol Max rlA(t ha.
been filed acai
o^urad to larn t a ro|
.'-.
to It on Norman J Silbrr Ku
ivhoat
ivnr
" .mi
KloruL *n<1 file thr
original lth thr irrk of thr
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br
a. for
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H ElaJRII *N
AITNI 'l^'-
,'. Miami
lay ol

RICH VRH I BRINKER
v 'iirt
-.ht) Klo"
B) I

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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAA
NOTI f HEREBY
UIVEN rial
Samai Inlarnalional i
ai riOl NW 'I Jtroel Mi
Klo: I
iuh mm) name ith thr
i 'irrk ol Uta I 'K "'
Dikd* Count) Hon.U
Wallace and
?ralaMalctonado <>v.nrr
UH43 Junr II *' W
July 4. l*o
NOTICE UNOETf
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVBN that thr undrrlgnrcl
ik-siniiK to >-ii|( under thr fit lilioua namr Mid
tl Klttliual I'rodut ta at 101
Westward Uriva. Suite I.
Miami Springs Kla MIRB
intriKla to rrgiater aald namr
a II thr Clrrk of thr Circuit
lurt of Iladr County Klonda
VAatlto InttM-piiratril
Richard Waddlck. I'realdml
-ft Junr 13 JO. J7.
July 4 laflO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE II HERBBY
QIVEN that thr undrraienrd.
draiHng to rngagr In bualnraa
undrr thr flctltloua namr I s
OoMan |>ragon Acadrmy of
Martial Arta at 14 N Kromr
Avr Homratratl Florida
33030 inlrnda to rrgiatrr aald
namr with thr Oerk ol thr
C ircult Court of I'adr County
Klonda
JAMES A WARP 111
AARON MIU.r'K
MBS Junr IS 20 27.
July 4. IM0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No lo-lHS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re thr
ADOPTION Of
a minor child
B) \
WAYNE LANDON
Patltl
NOTICE OK ACTION
IEORQE John
VAN DORM
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
voi akk NOTIFIED that
an action for thr adoption of
minor has been filrd and you
> raqulrad to srrvr a copy of
>jrc tion if any
BRIAN BRODY EBQ
ir Petlttonar whose
101 NI I6T II
n m it h mo on or baton
\ -t 1 in*' anil filr thr
al with thr Irrk of thla
- rithei before -^r.lea on
or imp I. .'. .
litei otherwtae .i ilrfault
ill I" for
lemanded in thr
\: in H i\ petiuon
' and thr
i "ourl oi
-
RICH Mill P BRINKER
\- c. .
n. i Brown
- I 27
.-Aj '1, UL ilaoU
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
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inn
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iiven under m) r\An he' irt'at Si
rida
apilal
Uiu '
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tone
-.. retar) .; state
.1*13.1 June -T IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
N that thi ind
i business
thi
. i i
> at
, v.. Htaleal

ith the Cler!
Presldenl
lianu
\
ISM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICI IS HEREBY
to eni i.
In UUoua
lui' ki \ n co tsiB
. Miami It.
1 to
, i inte *ith the
Court of
. Klonda
'
Mlltl- ". HI KKi
MICHAEI : I- KKOWITZ
i;ABRIELDE1 rscH
Jul) 1*"'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SO-] t IS HI REBY
ll '
k
. ,, mi '. lltlOUl nan..
tl 21 NI
Miami El
'
, vith the Clrrk of thr
Circuit Court ol Drnde Count)
Klonda
h red K Shot het
oto Owner
i*7 Junr."
Jul) 4 111* lso
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE II HEREBY
UIVEN that thr imotartsgned
iK to rngagr in businraa
under th.- flctltloua name I-aa
Unarlcu Academy of Real
EatoUl at IIH NV '4th Avr
Miami KI. 331JB Intend* to
rrgiatrr said namr with thr
Clrrk of the Circuit '"ourt of
Dede Count) Florida
Antonio Vaaano. Director
,tr( July 4 11 l* 1W0
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that thr undersigned.
deilrtnl to rngagr in buainrsa
undei thr fl.tltloua namr
M MtTlSE/ AND MEDINA. Al
so, 7th Ave I'lnlr
Miami Klonda lntrnd to
,,-gialrr aald namr with the
.Irrk ,4 thr Circuit Court of
Dado Count) Klonda
EmeatlM Martmrr owner
Marganlo Medina Owner
.r.%. I May 30.
JuneB. IS 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
QIVEN that the underelgned
ik-sinn* to rngagr in business
under the flctltloua namr
I S I. A Associate! at 7370 NW
reel. Sultr 3J5J Miami
Klonda. intend to register aald
namr with thr Oerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Orte Inc
IIHJCO INC
SANR1 INC
I'ACASCO INC
Packman, Neuwahi
li Rosenberg
Attorneys lor
I S 1. A Associates
iSim June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1WI0
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVEN that thr undersigned.
UUJ to rngagr in business
the firtitious name MR
iMOND OFFICE CLEAN
;s.. at M70 West Klagler
Street, Apt J04. Miami.
Klonda :t:uT4 intends to
...nl name ith the
. ,.! the circuit Court of
lladel Sount) Klonda
ROBERTO Ki LZ
mel. IS. 90 j: hm'
INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 'I TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No |0-30)S FC 13
FAMILY DIVISION
in ke The marriage ol
i '1 >:.- DESARMEI
Ivtitionei Huaband
and
RE IE \nnk DESARMEI
pondenl ^ Ife
Ni ICI BY Pl'BUCATION
lot F. K l K \ N N E
1)1 SARMES Uasl Known
Resident .'"i NI '. street Apt
i Mian P la arc hereb)
nolif< your
\- ^, to the Petition For
"lulion of Marnagr filr.l
againat v.mi upon Huaband*!
ney UEORGE NICHO
Esgl IRE 612 NV. 12th
svenue Miami Klonda
and file original *ith thr Clerk
.i the Court on or before July
ia IM0, olherwiM the Petition
will be confeased b) you
I I \ IEI i this Ird .lay of June.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clrrk ol Or. uit Court
B) \ Barkley
1 ieput) Clrrk
HBtSI Junr 13. 20, 27.
July 4 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 1*2*70 FC
10*1
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE Th.- Marriage of
K \IIE I. SPRINGFIELD
petitioner
and
. M XIU.IK 1.
SPRINGFIELD
Respondent
Ttarlle I.
Springfield
, ,, rinse) I'arrant
1238 W I-' 2nd si
Dayton ohm
Vi ii AUK HEREBY noti
h I KI i t!u.l an a. tlon for
lUtltHI "I Marriage has
, en tiled agairal you and jrou
ipy of
., ttei lefanaea it any
kWRl NCE M
sh< n i- '-w attorne) tor
I'elltlonei sYhoae address It
Blvd Suite -ii*
v im i' londa I8IS7 an I
Dl the clrrk of
abovi it) led i ourl on or
1884) other
i-. lered
againai tor thr rellel
demanded in thr complaint or
petition
rtiia notice ->hall be
published once each ens** for
consei ilivi eaki lit I HE
IEWISH FLORIDMN
WITNESS my hand and thr
.1 Hid ourl at Miami.
Klorlda on thtt M day of Junr
IW.ll
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClrrh Circuit Court
l>ade County. Klonda
tl\ V Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
LAWRENCE M SHOOT. ESg
3000 Bistaynr Boulevard
Suite 315
Miami. Klortda SS137
Trl i 3061 373 5010
Attorney for Petitioner
(atari June 27,
July 4. 11. 18. 1880
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
deslrtng to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
AMKKICAW1DE IN
SI KANCE INC d b a
AMEKICAVUDE EXCESS
si Kl'l.t s INSURANCE ati2
N\\ 12th Avenue. Miami.
Klonda intend to register said
namr with thr Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County.
Klortda
ABRAM C1.EMKR
T1NAC1.KMKR
OH073 June 27.
July 4. 11. 18. 1S0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE OTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOE
OADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 80-W)
NOTICE TO DEFEND
KAVIL DAVID BERNS.
a> Sole Successor Trustee
I'nder the Arthur and
l.uyan Wagner Living Trust
Dated December 8. 1B88.
ARTHUR WAGNER and
I.II.YAN WAGNER, his wife.
Plaintiffs.
MONIWUE DENISE
V, AGNER. and
if .lead, her
living lawful issue.
I irfrndants
TO MONIQl'E DENISE
WAGNEK
THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANT!
Residence addressee
unknown
YOI AKK NOTIFIED that a
i omul.unl to establish the
death ..f MONIQUE DENISE
\\ \.;NKI! has been filed
Igalnat vou and you are
-equired to s.-rv a I OH of
roui written defeneea If any,
i i om plaint on I'Y PEN A
SKV1NS PLalntlffa attorneys.
, : -_'5 Arthur
lodfre) Road Miami Reach,
i,.t nla t:iio on or before
lul) llth l* and file the
inglnal with the Clerk of this
imrt either before service on
llainliffl attorneys .ir
nlmmedlatel) thereafter
itherwUM a default will be
i agalnal >ou for the
aliel .l.maniieil in the
'umplainl
\\ ITNESS mv hand and seal
of this Court on MA) ki itkHti
RICHARD P BRINKER
,.~ Clerk of the Court
B) v^ lllle Bradahaw Jr
X I ieput) Clerk
II-4HW June 6 13. 20 27. 1980
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No S0-S7SS (02)
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The marriage ol
ALFREDO MENOCAL
petitioner
anil
INGELITA MENOCAL
1 ;,->iMin.lent
T< < Angellta Manoeal
in Cr> -t.il Ave
\y\ No .' M
New lasiiioii
Connecti) ul i>20
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIED that a petition for
DlaaobsUon ol your Marriage
has been filed ami commenced
in this court and you are
required to aarva a copy of
vou) written defanaaa, if any.
lo it on M Carmen Domln
Stone Sosi. hin li (Jon
I' A attorney for
Petitioner, whoae address is
1401 w Flagler street Miami.
Fl HIM 1148-44111, and file
the original with the clerk of
the itMi^r styled court an or
before July 14 IHHO otherwise
., default vill be entered
agalnal you lor the relief
prayed tot In the complaint or
petition
rhla noti. shall be pub
I ,.'... .i> h ewiaa lor four
consecutive weekl in The
lew lah Ftorldtan
WITNESS m> hand and the
...i laid .ourt at Miami
Kim iiL. on the 10 day of June.
RICHARD P BRINKER
.o k I 'ir. uit Court
l lade Count) Klonda
Us \ Bart
\- I Ieput) Clerk
oil c.iuti Si
m i ..ttii.ti i kamingues;
tie Soetchtn *
i' \
1401 vs Flagli
Miami Fl MISS
. i 14 11 i
viiot ne) lot 1'etitnHier
08847 June 1.1. -i
IN THE CIRCUIT COORVoF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80 aoos FC
NOTICE OF ACTION
PETITION FOR
ADOPTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE TME
ADOPTION OK
THE MINOR.
1.IEI. DAVID HUGHEN
TO JOKI. DAVID HUGHEN
Residence Unknown
VIM' ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIED that a Petition tor Adop
Uon has been filed against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on
LYONS AND SMITH. PA.
Plaintiff's attorneys, whoae
address Is 1230 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Klortda 3312S. on or
before July 11. 1880. and file
the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff's attorneys or Im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal f this Court on 4th day of
June. 1880.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
.S.U16 June 8. 13. 20. 27. 1880



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Public Notices!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I
THI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 99-9333 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the ma.rrta.gr of
GLOKETHA DAVIS
Petitioner
and
JAMES P DAVIS
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JAMES P DAVIS
Residence I'nknown"
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you arc
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on MARVIN GREBER
KSq attorn** for Petitioner,
whose .iildres* Is 633 NE 16?
St N M H Fla 33162. on or
before July id. 1960. and file
the original with the clerk of j
this COOrt either before service
on Ivutioner or immediately
thereafter otherwise a default '
will be entered against you for
the n lei demanded In the
tint or petition
\\ : \> SS m) hand .ind the
Jli on June 12.
KICH M'.l P BRINKER
\. i 'lerk of the Court
B) Clannda Rn>w I
\- leput) Clerk
: :* June 20. 27.
JUlv4 11 1960
rl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CR( NO 90-9S44
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
WITH PROPERTY
IN re the marnagr ol
JOSE KA E ARTECONA
Petitioner Wife
and
VICTOR M ARTECONA
Respondent Husband
TO \ ICTOR M
ARTBOONA
Residence I'nknown
YOl ARK NOTIFIED that
an ailioii for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed
agan >t you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses if am 10
. lANIEL GAIJ.l I' KSq
attorney tor Petitioner whose
ftddn is |9 2356 Salxedo Street
3<>l* Coral Cable*
ta. 33134, on or before
Julv 25. 19B0. and file the
ongm.il with the Clerk of tall
either before service on
Petitioner attorney or tm
.lely thereafter other
arlm i default will be entered
against you for the relief de
d in the complaint or
petition filed herein Thin
action also affect* title in and
to the follow ing real estate
274 in Block 13. of
CORAL GATE SEC
TloN"B according to
the Plait thereof, recorded
In Plat book M at Page 10.
of the I'ublH Rei ord* of
1 >.i leCounlv Florida
WITNESS my hand and the
seal >f thi- Court on June 12
19>s> .it Miami. Dade County
Florida,
RICHARD I' HRINKKR
Cle
DANII
Attor
2365 :
Suite :
Coral I
.306.
H> Hi
06962 i
FICt
NOT
IVEr
count
Llncoul
Intend
with
Court i
1 the Circuit Court
County. Florida
}> M Erlce
Deputy nerfc
lALLUP, Esy
Petitioner
i Street
Florida 33134
Hup. K.q I
Juiie 20. 27.
July 4, 11. I960
m l
E LAW f
|CE UNDE
JS NAME
IS HEREBY
the undersigned
engage In buatneas
Ictltlous name Dl*
Center at 330
MB. Fla 33139.
egiater said name
of the Circuit
r County, Florida
Mlrpurt.
rsldent
[Betorf. Eaq
r,
T, Jacobowllx
A ttomeys for
iint Drugs
June IS. 20, 27
July 4. I960
Fl(
NOl
069171
(
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Dad* I
111
:e unoer
js name law
is hereby
the undersigned.
gage In buatneas
fictitious name
INC at 7181
III. Fla 33126.
kglster said name
off the Circuit
I County. Florida
(O BRETT
sldent
I 6. 13.20.37. I960
UNOER
IS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY
(the underalgned.
ras;e In buatneas
Itlous name DE-
CONSULTOR.
i Street. Suite No
. Intends to
name with the
[Circuit Court of
Florida
. President
I 6, 13 30 ST. 1990
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cast No. 90-83*4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In Re The marriage of
MAX E l.A MH1K
Petitioner Husband
va
PATRICIA ENA LAMBIE
Respondent Wife
TO PATRICIA ENA
LAMBIE
29 Hlrdaurker Drive
Kingston 6. Jamaica
YOl- ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written anawer and
defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL 0ALLUF Ksy
plaintiff's attorney whose
address Is 235B Saliedo Street
Suite 309. Coral Gables
Florida 33134 on or before July
is. I960, and file the original
with the clerk of this ODUfl
either before service on plain
tiff s attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
entered against you for
Hie relief demanded m the
in: or petition
NKSS my hand .ind the
OUfl on June 10
H \RI' P BRINKER
Clerk of (he Court
by 8 \ Barm
As Depot} Clerk
une 13 20. 27
___^__ July 4, 196U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-9499 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HK The marriage of
IE COLEY Jr
tinner Husband
.ind
JAN1ECOLE1
Respondent Wife
to JanieCote)
- Van Aiiker Street
Rochester
Ne York 1460*
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED lhat an action for
lutton of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
>our written defenses if anv
to it on AHTHl'R H LIPSON
attorney for Petitioner whose
addreaa la lUt NW in street
Flornla .'(.1169 and file
'Kinal with the clerk of
plod I ourl on or
before July 23 ISM, otherwise
ault will be entered
."u for the relief
.n the romplaint or
WITNESS my hand and the
stud court at Miami
Florida on this 11th day of
lune iwmi
RICHARD P HRINKKR
\-1 .. i k Circuit Court
Uk < "ounly. Florida
Bj i 'lar mda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal |
'"4*. June 20. 27.
July 4. 11. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 494*
Division 01
in RE ESTATE OF
DAVlDKt GK1.MAN
Deceased
NOTICE or
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
esUteof DAVID Kl GELMAN.
deceased. File Number 80-
4649. Is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 W
Klagler Street. Miami. Fla
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the peraonal rep
reaentatlve'a attorney are aet
forth below
All interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Or THE riRST PUBLI
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
111 all claims against the
estate and (2 > any objection by
an Interested person to whom
notice was mailed that chal-
lenges the validity of the will
the qualifications of the per
aonal repreaentatlve. venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of thla Notice
has begun on June 30, 1960
Personal Repreaentatlve:
ANNA MIKNKNKK1 .D |
2646 Prairie Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Personal
Representative
HATS a GRUNDWERO
By Moeee J Crundwerg
21 SE First Ave No 900
1. FI. 33131
ie 306 371-4419
June 20. 27 1960

a!
)TICE UNOER
riOUS NAME LAW
Ice is hereby
that the underalgned.
engage In buatneas
fictitious name LA
IAL CARPETS AND
".AVERS at 6481 NW
Miami. Florida.
(lends to register aald
rlth the Clerk of the
lit Court of Dad* County.
Florida.
MANUEL PALLANOO
June 30. 27,
Juli*
11, II
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
A NO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 99-4312 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
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 I'nknown
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
VIED 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
vour written defensea. If any.
to it on CARI.OS M MEN
DKZ Ksq Attorney for PatJ
tloner whose addres* I* 296.1
M th Avenue hiai.kah
Florida .131112 and file the
original with the I'lerk of the
tyled Court on or before July
HHO. otherwise a default
will be entered agnlnai you tor
the relief prayed for in the
complall r | I ilion
This notn e shall he DUB
llahed oni sau h we ell for four
glvi areeki In THI':
VI8H rLORIDIAN
MIAMI
WITNESS mj hand and the
Mid Court at Miami.
Florida on this 9th day of
lune 1WW
RICHARD I' HRINKKR
As Clerk Circuit Ooufl
I kadi < Sountl Florida
B) N \ Hewett
\ l leput) l"lerk
Carlos M MtUsfMH Kj
.we.'i V> 4th Avenue
Hlaleah Kiomia UOU
kttorne) Km Petitioner
ir>94l June 1.1 jn n
_ Julv 4 1960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Ac'ion No 90 9S0S FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage o!
r MKE ESTERIL
Husband
ind
HRIST1 \l. EVORIA
ESTERIL
Wife
111 IHRISTIAI. K\oRIA
ESTERIL
I.".' Peai htree
I SW
Atlanta tieiirgia
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTI
1KD that an action for In*
mlutiisi of Marriage has been
lied against >ou and you are
-vquired to ser\' a COB)) ol
.our written defenses. If anv 10
II on RAYMOND .1 V.01.K
E8Q attornev for Petitioner
arhoee .nldres* is 717 Ponce
DeLeon Blvd Suite MS Coral
Gablea Kl 131M and file the
irtgltia! with the clerk of the
atxn -In led ourt on or before
Julv 'St 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
mplaini or petition
This no in e shall be pub
lished once each week for four
(onaex utlva weeks in THE
JEWISH KUIRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Monde on this 11 day of June.
1960
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By S A Barrier
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Raymond J Wolf. Eaq
717 Ponce DeLeon Blvd
Suite ,135
Coral Gablea. FI 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
06949 June 20. 27.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN lhat the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name UNI-
VERSAL HOLDINGS. a
Florida General Partnership.
at 4900 North Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach,
Florida Intend to register aald
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
LEE J BRAUNSTEIN
MURRAY C BERKOWITZ
MARTIN BRAUNSTEIN
MILTON COHEN
SUSAN LEWIS
JOAN LEWIS
DANIEL RBTTER. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Partnership
1770 2 So Hlsc Blvd
Miami Florida 33131
9JgM June 20, 37;
s____________ July 4, li i9*f
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OTVEN that the undersigned.
dees ring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Fred
K. Shochet. d b a The
Jewtah Flortdlan. at 130 NE
th Street. Miami. Florida
33133. Intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
rred K. Shochet. Owner
June 37,
July 4. 11. 14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 99 3 7
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE Or ACTION 1
OHOPHOPEETV)
In re the marriage of
PATR1A CAMPOS
Petitioner Wife
va.
JORGE ALBERTO
PAOCIARINI
Respondent Husband
TO JORGE ALBERTO
PAOCIARINI
A lienida Dr Honorto
Pueyrredon 914
Buenos Aires
Capital Federal.
COD Postal 1406
Argentina
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written answei and
defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL GALLUP F.SQ
plaintiffs attomev whose
addres* is 2365 Saliedo Street
?abtei Florida ,vu34on
oi before July II I9S0 and file
the original sylUt the rlerti of
this mirt either before servue
on plaintiff s or
Immid thereafter
otherwts* i default "will be
\.'i; for the
leluf dema/td.d in : com
plaint or petition
WITNESS n fiand d the
.irt on June V
1W"U
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk oi the Court
Bj I 'eborah G lies*
\- ; *put} cierk
EMM June 1.1. 20. 27
Julj 4 1ISMJ
in THr circuit court or
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 90 921}
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
RACHEI 1 \ ERONA
Petitioner Vof.-
. |
Nl Rl. AHMEI
ResjMindent Husband
TO M Rl kHMED
Resideni a I nknow n
VOI ARI NOTIFIED lhat
.. lion for IIIS8I 'I l TION
or MARRIAGI filed
-i \.i and you are
. | ,t i^iv it*
* inawer and
>4"S. if A! >
: kNIEL GALLI I' Ksy
piBintltl s/hoasi
addreaa i* 23V. reet
i
il file
the on^maJ with tin- i lerk of
thla roort either bel aarvlci
on plaintiff I attorney or
i it. med latterly t hereafta r
otherw is*. ill w ill be
entered for the
demanded in the
plainl or petition
WITNESS rn> hand and the
I Una irt on June 6
UMB
RICHARD C HRINKKR
Clerk of the i'.
By I leborah 11 Hi
As Deput) Clerk
11*4*39 June 1.1 30 27.
., r- Juii riMl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
CASE NO 90 9299
family Division
IN RE
THE ADOPTION OF
a minor.
HY JOHN SCHAPPERT.
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JOSEPH H NEAL
c o MRS JOSEPH
NEAL. SR
1046 N ,15th Street
Camden. New Jersey
You are notified that
Petition for Adoption has been
filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any to It on JOHN
SCHAPPERT. Petitioner.
w hose address Is
c o I.1HKKM AN BEN
JAMIN
AND ASSOCIATES. P A
9797 Sunset Drive
Miami. Florida 33173
on or before July 16, lsen and
file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or Im
mediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will be entered
against you lor the relief
demanded In the complaint or
Petition
WITNESS MY hand and aeal
of thla court on June 9. 1990
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
06940 June IS. 30. 27.
July 4.199J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in buatneas
under the fictitious name
Florida B'nal B'rtth Jewish
Newa and Vlewa. official pub-
lication of Florida State
Association of II ul B'rtth
Ixidgea with principal offices
at 130 NE 6th Street Miami
Fla 33132, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
June 37.
July 4. II. IE i960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne IS !} PC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The marriage of
GLORIA CLARK
Petitioner Wife
and
JOHN kfTCLARK
Respondent Husband
TO
Mr John M (lark
UTS Stevens Rd S.E.
Washington. D C
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defense* if any,
lo It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
Attorney for Petitioner, whoae
addreaa la 1515 Northwest 167
Street Suite 216 Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before July
!> item 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 otMirt at Miami
Florida ll" Utl9 5th day of June
RICH MM i P HRINKKR
A* Clerk Circuit C.mrt
Da B) Clarlnda BrOWn
lepsjt) I 'lerk
I Circuit Court Seal
lun.
Jail i, ""'
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90-444*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE
II \VI >EE MORKIRA
Petitioner Wife
CARLOS MORKIRA
Keepandom Husband
I" CARLOS MORE IRA
636 North Klngley Drive
lais Angeles Calif
ot 4RE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marnagr has
'iled against you and you
quired to serv
* ritten defenses if any.
\ KOES iltorm
whose address is
NVI tvenui Miami
Florid I file the
* llh the i lerk of the
.rt on or before
otherw : ..
lit will tie entered against
> on for Hie relle! derrWlded In
'Uiplaint or pet!ti<*i
T7u-
". week for four
Itlvi weeks in 1111
IEW1SH I- LORID1AN
w li '. hand and the
iid i ourt at Miami
Florida on this 5 day of June
RICHARD P HRINKKR
Ascu-rk Circuit Court
, h i 'Dunt) Florida
H> Deborah G Hess
v ark
('ir i ull i 'ourt Seal I
A Kis AHorney
at l...w p A
rthWI \i 96HM
Miami Fla .13128
Mario {uintrro Jr Bfat)
Atlurie> for Petitioner
OEMS June 13. 20 27
-----------------------------------July Lira
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 90(1 MFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN HE The marriage of
DOKAl. AMARAL
de AVU.A
Petitioner Wife
and
FEDER1CO AVI1.A
Respondent Huaband
TO FEDEHIOO A VILA
Santa Fe. Km 13
Hacuranao
Giianahacoa.
Habarta. Cuba
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that and action tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on CEASE A CEASE
attorney tor Petitioner, whoae
addreaa la 3TM W Plagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33136
and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court
an or before July 18. i960.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
Thla notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeka In THE
JUEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of aald court at Miami
Florida on this S day of June.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
11' i ri ii 11 court Seal l
CEASE CEASE
2720 W Klagler Street
Miami. Florida MlM
Attorney lor Petitioner
June 19. 30. IT. I
July 4.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 90 87$7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE The Marriage of
ANTONIO BERNAL
Petitioner Husband
and
MAYRAS BERNAL
Keapondent Wife
TO MayraS Bemal
Calle llatuey No 48
loe Caclcaxos
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic
YOl ARK HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action tor
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 Jack S I.iebmann
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 430 Uncoln Road.
Suite ;>ii6 Miami Beach
Florida. 13139. and file the
urlglnaj with the clerk of the
styled court on or before
luly .'5 imsii otherwise a
default will be entered against
,ef .teruanded In
the rompMlnl or petition
This notice shall be pub
llahed once each week for four
week* in THE
FIAJRIDIAN
Wl rNESS m> hand and thi
f anld court at Miand.
thla 16 day of June
RICH MtD 1 HRINKKR
.er i '.n u|| Court
i '.oi.- Count) riorl
B) Willie Hradshaw Jr
Aa I >eput> Clerk
On ull Court Seal I
- S Ijebmann P A
(20 Lincoln Road Suite 206
nl Beach Florida 3.1139
'9T3
Attornev for Petitioner
cnt54 June 20 27
July 4. 11. 1960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE MTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cate No 908711 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN Rl riM Marriage of
\A JANK WEBER
Petitioner W ife
anil
JOEL WEBER
Respondent Husband
NOTICE Ml li BL1CATII N
vim loel Webei
lo aefl e .1
ir Answer lo the Petition
of Marriage
. fti upon Plena
III rnej Ronald
Haber Eaquue 144: N\S
North Rlvei Dr Suite C
St .am: Florida BIX and file
nguial with the Clerk of
before July 28
otherwise the Petition
s .. oofifeased b)
DATED tin. : da) : lune
BJ)
I hard P Hnnker Clerk
1U M 1 Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
u>55 June 20 27
Julv 4 11 '.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne 99-9794
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IS HK The marriage of
RAMON M HERNANDEZ
PotiUoner
and
MARIA DELTINA VA7A.UEZ
de HERNANDEZ
Respondent
TO Maria I eilms
Vaaoues de Hernandet
l>esviu de la Carretera
Central Tlvlrl Herradura
Plnar del Rio
Cuba
YOU AHE HEREBY NOTI
riED that an action tor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to arrve a copy of
your written defenses If any
to II on MILTON C GOOD
MAN. attorney tor Petitioner
whoae addreaa la 19 Weat
Klagler Street. Suite 330 His
cayne Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
atyled court on or before July
26. 1990. otherwise a default
will be entered against you tor
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice ahall be
published once each week tor
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH rLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court al Miami,
Florida on this 16 day of June.
1960
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
Aa Daputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal >
Milton C Goodman
Attorney for Petitioner
SulU 820 Blacayne Building
19 Weat Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Ph 379 1896
June SO. 27.
July*. 11. HMO



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