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

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

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"dlewislb Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lunwSa Number 27 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, July 4, 1980
Frtasnocnmt By Mail m Cents Price 35 Cents
Meeting July 8
South Florida Conference Organizes Against Soviet Harassment
\s preparations art'
finalized in Moscow for the
[980 Summer Olympic
tames, the South Florida
onference on Soviet
I, wry. a committee of the
.nater Miami Jewish
derations Community
Ri lations Committee, Ls
lobilizing its resources for
heightened publicity
campaign in the face >f
continued harassment of
io\ iel .Jewish acti\ ists and
'risonera of Conscience.
mmmmmmmmmmmm
The two-pronged summer
program, according to SFCSJ
Chairman Shepard King, will
center around a special July 8
meeting to be key noted by
Congressman Dante Fascell.
chairman of the Congressional
Commission on Security and
Cooperation in Furope.
THE COMMISSION was set
up following the 1975 Helsinki
Vcords. formally known as the
Final Art of th' Conference on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe, rigaed by 33 Kuropean
countries, the Soviet Union and
the United States The
signatories of the accord pledged
to respect human rights as well
as the sovereignty and frontiers
of the member states.
The meeting will take place at
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation at 7:30 p.m.
In addition. King said, the
South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry is launching a
countywide bus board ad-
vertising campaign as part of the
continuing effort to free Prisoner
of Conscience Ida Nudel. now
languishing in Siberian con-
finement.
Nudel. a longtime activist in
the Jewish emigration movement
in the Soviet Union, was arrested
and jailed following an incident in
which she hung a large banner
from her apartment terrace with
a message to the KGB insisting
on her freedom to leave for
Israel.
SOURCES IN the Soviet
Jewry movement report a sharp
drop in the number of Soviet
Jews being granted exit visas in
1980 following record emigration
in 1979 when more than 50.000
Soviet Jews left for Israel and the
West.
At the same time, as the
Continued on Page 8-A_______
Ida Nudel
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areer
Husband-and-Wifc Rabbis
Divided Over Big Issues
M W YORK What
comes first the couple or
the congregation?
problem is old, hut
ihi phenomenon is new.
I he problem: how to
combine a successful career
md a satisfying family life.
I In- phenomenon: rabbis
married to rabbis
Three rabbinic couples in
New York metropolitan
I i are trying to cope
ith the task of balancing
ireer and family com
nitments. With an in-
teasing number of woman
attending and receiving
ordination from the
11< brew I 'nion College-
Jewish Institute of
Keligion the Reform
Jewish seminar)
line marriages are
expected to increase
rapidly during the 1980's.
ONE OP the couples is Kabbi
Deborah Prin/. assistant Itablu
i entral Synagogue in
Manhattan, and Rabbi Mark
Hurvilx, director of leadership
development at the United
Jewish Appeal-Federal ion of
Jewish Philanthropies, who have
beta married for seven years.
Says Rabbi Prinz: "For us. the
UN Decade

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Kuwait Vows
War Over
Jerusalem
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By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) The Security
Council resumed its debate
on Jerusalem and heard
various Arab speakers
denouncing Israel and
warning that Israel's
intentions in regard to
Mast Jerusalem can
provoke a war between the
Jewish State and the whole
Islamic world
Ahdalla Yaccoub Hishara. Ku
wait's UN Ambassador, warned
that it Prime Minister Menachem
Begin ol Israel moved his office
to Fast .Jerusalem it would set off
a religious confrontation between
Islam and .ludaisir. Il would be
like the religious war- ol nine
centuries ago he said Me
claimed that then' could be no
peace in the Mideast until
Moslem rule is returned to
Jerusalem
THE kl WAIT] envoj also
warned that the flow i| oil to the
West is in jeopard} unless the
Palestinian problem is resolved
He called on the I S government
to make clear its position on
Jerusalem
Knot her \rab speaker in the
Security Council was Clovia
Maksoud, the permanent ob-
server ot the League ol \ral>
Continued on Page 9 \
ke> is to l>e flexible in terms of
jobs, it has worked for one of us
to be in congregational life and
one in organization life." Her
husband believes that the two-
rabbi family is "no different from
anv family with two intensely
Israel 'Insignificant'
Reagan Adviser Blasts
Begin Gov't. Policies
Women's Confab Politicised?
By SHAKY N PERLMAN
NEW YORK (JTA)
The United States
delegation to the World
Conference of the United
'Nations Decade for Women
"i Copenhagen July 14-30
has been instructed to
devoU their efforts to the
igenda of the conference
and not succumb to
subversion by outside
efforts to politicize the
conference over the issue of
Palestinian women. The
issues with which the U.S.
delegation is to concern
itself are better health
services, expanded
education and increased
employment.
hist her K l.anda. immediate
past president of the National
Council of Jewish Women
INCJWI and a member of
President Carter's Advisory
Committee for Women, has been
named to the U.S. delegation
l.anda said that the official U.S.
position is "to keep the con-
ference focused on the sub-
stantive issues'' and "to discuss
them from the perspective of
women of the whole world "
Continued on Page K-A
PHILADELPHIA -
(JTA) Rita Ha user,
currently a member of
Ronald Reagan's foreign
police advisory group,
believes that the Carter
Administration has muffed
the Camp David peace
process. She also
characterizes Prime
Minister Menachem
Begin s settlement policy
*'a disaster."
Hauser. who has been
prominent in Republican polities
for a number of years, expressed
her views in an interview with Al
K.rlick. associate editor of the
/. u ish Exponent of Philadelphia
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Hita Hau n
She stressed that I
peaking as an individua
as a ropreaentative
Continued on Page i
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of any
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Ofira Navon. wife of Israel's President, with Jan*- Stern (right) at Bar-Ilan University's
Silver Jubilee dinner, where Mrs. Navon presented the Lapid Award <>/ the Israel
Association for Adult Education to the Brookdale Foundation for a program at Bar-Ilan at
which several hundred senior cituens are enrolled in undergraduate classes working toward
degrees and opening new vistas for themselves and their mates.
Headlines
Agudath Israel Battles Against ERA
The regional Commission on Legislation and
Civic Action of Agudath Israel is spearheading
efforts to defeat the Kqual Rights Amendment
Under the leadership of its chairman. Rabbi
Chaim Dov Keller, the commission is working
with other opponents of the amendment, in
eluding Phyllis Schlafley. the leader of the
national Stop ERA Movement The combined
efforts resulted in a 102-71 vote in the Illinois
House of Representatives in favor of the ERA,
but fell li\ \ui.s short of the majority of 107
needed for approval. according to Agudath
Israel
Rabbi A Stanley Dreyfus, of Brooklyn, N ">
was installed U director ol placement for the
Reform movement ol Judaism and will serve as
suiressor I" Rabbi Malcolm Stern, who recently
retired from the position after 1*> years ol sen ice
The ceremonv was the concluding item of
business ,!i the convention in Pittsburgh ol the
Central Conference of American Rabbis, which
met last week for its yist annual convention at
the William Penn Hotel
The t'Kth annual convention <>t the National
Council of Young Israel, which ended in Ellen-
ville. N.Y., commended Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin tor his courage in moving the
Prime Minister s offices to the Old City of
Jerusalem.
The Young Israel delegates, representing 0V6f
160 branches and over a quarter of a million
members across the United States, reaffirmed
that Jerusalem is and shall remain the eternal,
undivided capital of Israel." and called upon the
Carter Administration to recognize that fact by-
relocating the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
Congressman Dante Fascell (D.Fla. I has
joined in signing a letter to Soviet Chairman
Leonid Brezhnev urging the Russian leader to re-
examine the cases of Jewish dissidents Iosif
Mendelevich, Yuri Federov. and Aleksie Mur-
zhenko.
The three are the last of the so-called Leningrad
Group who attempted to seize a plan 10 years
ago to escape the USSR by air after repeatedly
being refused exit visas for Israel. Seven others
have already been released.
Mendelevich is an Orthodox Jew. He refuses to
eat any non-kosher foods. His daily diet is
inadequate, and his health is rapidly
deteriorating. Federov and Murzhenko are
suffering from a variety of illnesses including
chronic bronchitis and tuberculosis.
The review of these cases and the release of
the prisoners would signal to the nations of the
world that the Soviet Union has reaffirmed its
commitment to the Helsinki Final Act," Fascell
said.
The world "s first true digital camera, integrated
with a powerful digital computer to be used in
nuclear medicine for the detection of malfunction
and abnormalities of human organs, was in-
troduced by Flscinl. lnc at the opening of the
27th annual meeting of the Society of Nuclear
Medicine Detroit.
As a result of its revolutionary "architecture."
the new imaging processor system, named
APEX, will enable physicians to carry out
studies, particularly in cardiology which wen- not
practicable before, and obtain better and more
precise diagnosis Delivery ol the new \l'l \
system will start m the tall of 1980, compuny
official -'
Special 1500 individual scholarships, to assist
in the academic training ol deserving Jewish
students tour in Israel and tour Jewish
refugees m the United States have been
established .is an enduring memorial to the late
Judge Murray I (iurtein. it was disclosed b\
Gaynor I Jacobson, executive vice president ol
the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society <\\\ VS
Judge (iurtein. who died December II
thi- age ol 72, was president ol HIAS, the
worldwide Jewish migration agency, now
celebrating its Centennial anniversary in I
ind I960 through 1967
Judge (iurtein was a prominent jurist
Publicly, he is best remembered tor his decision,
made w bile he was ser\ ing as Judge of the 1 ruled
Mates ( (uirt ol Appeals (or the Second Circuit to
reject the Nixon Administration s attempt to bar
the \, n York Times from publishing the famed
Pentagon Papers in 1^71
F.munah Women ol America has lodged an
official protest with the government and the
General Services Administration (or its sudden
action in dissolving the Diamond Agreement"
between Israel and the United States without
"justification or cause."
In issuing the protest. Fmunah National Vice
President for Public Affairs Toby Willig noted
that the abrupt termination of the "Diamond
Agreement." which enabled Israel to purchase
industrial diamonds at preferential prices, would
almost certainly create great economic upheaval
in a country where diamonds are the greatest
export industry
"This inexplicable action by the General
Services Administration," charged Mrs Willig,
"will cripple Israel economically and increase her
budget deficit No reason has bean offered (or the
premature dissolution of the agreement, which
makes the action all the more incomprehensible
Barbara K Wiener, of Milwaukee. Wis has
been elected 19*1 national chairwoman of the
United Jewish Appeal Young Wi.men's Leader-
ship Cabinet
The results of the recant elect ton were an-
nounced by Paula Dubrow of New York City,
chairwoman of the Nominating Committee and a
member of the Cabinet Executive Committee
Ms Wiener, a current vice chairwoman and
member of the Executive Committee of the
Young Women's leadership Cabinet. is
president of a Milwaukee itackaging firm and a
long time activist in the Jewish communiu
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Begin Has 'Small' Heart Attack;
Body of Kidnapped Kid Dug Up
JKRUSALEM A small
flri attack" is how Prime
UnistM Hegin's condition was
(acribad early this week by his
livsician, Martin Gottesman.
I hi' Prime Minister was
j ad from the Knesset Mon-
j\ cm a stratchar and brought to
ladassah Hospitals intensive
rd ai ..ire unit
- inderstood that Bagte felt
lest pains eafly in the morning.
he insiatad upon punt; to the
~-i debate, which ended in a
; vote t" reject a motion
:(.r diaaolution of the
and airly general
rhe vota came after
^gin had been taken awaj
lie cheSl pain-- tfrew pro
?ssivery worse Deputy Crime
(nister Yigael Y'adin noticed
it IW-gin was sweating heavily
came swiftly to his side to
js. n his shirt collar. When
(dm asked Hegin how he was
klmg. the Prime Minister failed
reply Yadin promptly called
help________________________
rEL AVIV Oron Yarden.
eight-year-old boy who was
first person slain in a kidnap
nn for ransom in Israel's
Hory has been "found."
His body was dug up near a
ai'h about 20 miles north of Tel
nv Authorities were tipped off
to the burial site by a man
Mim they now judge to be the
| uspect
[)ron was kidnapped on June H
r his home in Savyon. a
laith) suburb of Tel \\i\ Two
- after his diaappearanca, his
nil) paid a 140,000 ransom for
return \ national police hunt
. been carried <>n -v *-r since
UNITED N tTIONS The
'curu> Council Monday
ded that Israel withdraw
all \r.ih territories u
nquered in the 1967 Six Da)
ar and cnt icized I sraei's stance
Jerusalem
I! The vote was uu The 15th
Member <>! the I'ouncil. the
.T'rut.-d States, batainad IS
frnbaaaador Donald McHenry
aid that Israel has "a right to
cure and raCOglUaad boundaries
ki a just and lasting peace
Since the Security Council
resolution did not mention this,
and centered exclusively on
demanding Israel's withdrawal.
McHenry declared that the U.S.
could not go along with the rest
of the Council.
"We do not intend to be
diverted from our course of nego-
tiation by a series of actions and
reactions resulting in resolutions
in this Council which do not con-
tribute to a negotiated peace," he
declared.
AMSTERDAM The defense
gained a point in the second trial
trf accused Nazi war criminal
Pieter Menten in a Rotterdam
^district court- But the
prosecution is sticking to its
demand for a conviction and a
I'rmi, Minister Begin
stiff sentence for the 81 -year-old
millionaire Dutch art dealer who
aarved with the Nazi ss during
World War II
Menten is charged with
participation in the mass mur-
ders of Jews and others in the
village of F'odhorodz in the
eastern Galicia district of Poland
under German occupation in
1941. At the insistence of his
defense lawyer, the court sent an
expert. Willem Veder, professor
of Slavonic languages at the Uni-
versity of Nijmegen. to Moscow
to study the archives of the
Soviet War Crimes Commission.
Veder reported that he was
unable to find any reference in
the archives to the slaughter in
Podhorodz or any mention of
Menten b) name
The \ erdict is expected on Julv
10
I'Kl. \\ IN A south Leba-
nese youth in custody in Israel
claimed that two members of the
Norwegian contingent of the
I ruled Nations Interim Force in
"P. I NIFII.i were in-
.; in t he preliminary
i '.it ion s of i he \ rail
terrorists who attacked Kibbutz
Misga> Km in April
Ibrahim al TawU.ail, who aava
lie \s.i~ a cook employed by the
Norwegian battalion, made the
charge in television interview
He claimed that two Norwegian
soldiers met with representatives
of the Arab Liberation Front at
his home in Hirliet el-Salm
village to discuss the possibility
ol obtaining permits from the
Norwegian force for the terrorists
to pass through the area it
controls to the Israeli border.
PARIS About 40 French
Jewish intellectuals and com-
munity leaders have signed a
petition condemning terrorism
"from wherever it may come."
and urged Israel to ban violent
methods which "risk destroying
the peace effort."
The appeal, addressed to
Israeli public opinion, was signed
among others by writers Elie
Wiesel. Albert Memmi and
Bernard Henri-Levy; by the
president of the French Zionist
Federation, Albert Najman: and
the president of the International
I.eague Against Anti-Semitism
and Racism (LICA). Jean Pierre-
Bloc h.
The petition is clearly, if not
openly directed at Jewish
terrorist acts According to some
of the signatories, it was
prompted by the June 2 bomb
attacks against West Bank
mayors Mthough the per-
petrators have not been appre-
hended or identified, it is widely
suspected in Israel and abroad
that the outrage was the work of
Jewish extremist .
The petition stated that
1 attain declarations made in
Israel suggest that a minimal
traction oi the population accepts
or even justifies a Jewish
terrorism It warned that
"Terrorism once started, knows
no limits and none can escape its
blind madness."
TEL AVIV Former Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan has
joined those in Israel calling for
an early election "The time has
come for us to send the ball back
to the people's court and have
them decide whom they want as
their leaders and what course
they want these leaders to take."
he told the graduating class at
Haifa University June 25.
There is an increasing gap be-
tween the government and the
people and therefore the govern-
ment should go to the public so
that it may elect its represen-
tatives Dayan stressed that "it
is essential that there is con-
fidence between the people and
the government Dayan who
raaigned from Prime Minister
Menachem Begins government
Od 22, Baid there was little
difference between Likud and the
opposition Labor Part) mi basic
issues
BONN \ 75-year-old law-
yel was tmed 1,500 Marks b) a
Nuremberg court tor threatening
to bring legal action against a
German Jewish journalist who
said on a LeJe> iaion program that
members of her family died in the
Holocaust The lawyer. Kberhard
E ngelhardt. was found guilty of
exercising duress
The journalist. Kenate Har
pecht, of Hamburg, appearing on
a panel discussion following
screening of the American TV
series. Holocaust, in West
Germany last year, said that
several members of her family
died in Nazi gas chambers. A
former SS official on the panel
demanded to know precisely
where and when the murders took
place and whether she could
prove it beyond doubt.
Engelhardt. who represented
the ex-SS man. warned Har-
precht that unless she provided a
satisfactory reply within a fixed
period he would take her to court
for insulting the German people.
Harprecht informed the police,
and the State Prosecutor brought
charges against the lawyer.
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Israel 'Unimportant'
Reagan Adviser Blasts
Begin's Policies;
Calls Them 'Disaster9
Continued from Page 1A
organization Chairperson of the
Foreign Affairs Committee of the
American Jewish Committee and
a member of its Board of Gover-
nors, she was in Philadelphia to
address an A.ICommittee dinner.
SHE SERVED as is rep-
reaontative to the United Nations
Human Kights Commission
during the Nixon Adminis-
tration In her present capacity,
she assists in formulating
positions for Reagan, the ap-
parent Republican Presidential
nominee, on such issues as the
UN. the Middle East and human
rights.
"Mrs. Hauser is convinced
that the foreign policy drift' on
the part of the U.S. is dangerous
to the State of Israel and to the
entire Western world." the
Exponent reported. "She con-
siders the Camp David accords
and the peace treaty between
Israel and Egypt as the one area
of success in the Carter Adminis-
tration's foreign policy, but
believes that this achievement
has been dampened by an
inability to follow it up.
"A consistent U.S. position on
such issues as the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization might have
brought forward a more moderate
Palestinian entity, she believes,"
th- / i;- m 'if said.
'INSTEAD OF clear!) stating
opposition to the PLO until it
changed its covenant and terror
tactics, the U.S., according to
Mrs Hauser. has sent conflicting
signals, convincing the most
extreme elements in the Mideast
that there is no reason to change
their position."
The Exponent quoted Hauser
as saying that "The current
settlement policy (of Israel) is a
disaster. It is provocative You
just can't establish Jewish settle-
ments in places like Nablus and
Hebron. The sooner Begin is
replaced the better. His policies
are not accepted by Israelis: they
are dangerous policies."
She was quoted as saying
further. "Israel is a relatively
insignificant issue in the prob-
lems of the Western world
Where us Israel if the West goes
down?"
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lilly 4
The fourth of July.
Independence Day. is a
i,'t>< > ourselves of the principles
for which this country
stands: Freedom and
democracy When all the
rhetoric is taken away,
Americans. Jews and non-
Jews, have supported the
State of Israel hecausc of
Jewish State shares with
the U.S. common values
of democracy and justice
Another Harry Truman?
History Has Final Say
There is a good possibility that Prime Minister
.fenachem Begin will achieve a level of importance
i Israel"s history that President Harry S Truman
ichieved in the history of the United States
We do not press the point. Begin's place is a
matter of speculation; Truman's is already assured.
But both men grasped the helm of their
country's rule under unusual circumstances
Truman on the death of President Roosevelt: Begin
in a stunning upset of the almost monolithic rule of
S seemingly bankrupt Labor Party that could not
overcome the fact that it was in power during
Egypt's successful sneak attack in the Yom Kippur
War of 1973.
Kach man was pilloried while in office. Indeed.
Prime Minister Begin s latest heart attack occurred
in the Knesset on Monday, just shortly before fie
Chamber Deal back a vote of no confidence in his
Likud coalition.
It was Truman whose stature emerged after he
left office his capacity to make unpopular
decisions, to call the shots as he saw them no matter
what the cost to his popularity.
The Maccabee Battle
This is precisely characteristic of Prime
Minister Begin today in a world whose "free"'
leaders and frank dictators have turned on Israel in
.i frightening tidal waveol hatred. Less and less, do
we see this hatred as an aspect of (MM C oil
-iranglehold on the West More and more, do w
a as .i return to the classical Western view ol rews
and Judaism in which, for the first time sii the
carnage ol World War II. there is cleai inti-
Semitism al the core ol the demand tha 9rael
withdraw. Israel become diminished, Israel concede,
Israel give up. Israel disappear oil the face <>t the
earth
Jerusalem, of course, is central to this the
Western view that it was okay for Moslems to hold
sway in .Jerusalem, but Jewish ascendancv there is
rerboten. It is precisely this attitude that the
Moslem Last encourages in the West if for entirely
different reasons that the West is delighted to
oblige it.
It is precisely this attitude against which Prime
Minister Begin speaks out so eloquently, and it is
precisely for this reason that the world's leaders
can't wait to see him out of office.
Pilloried at home for the nation's economic
woes and for his steadfast refusal to knuckle under
to WesternJed intimidation and to preside over the
death of his country, Begin sounds more and more
like old Harry and acts more and more like him
every day.
It remains for history to have the final say.
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On American Illiteracy
I JOIN those h<> mourn thi-
death ol Harpt I divorce
myself from the bulk ol ihi- nior
Liciana and the long list ol their
causes explaining the magazine i
demise
For man) yean now. to be
precise sight, I have l>een carry'
mg around an < tetobar, 1972 issue
oi Harp* ^ in my bag I don t
know why that edition precisely
It contains delightfully satiric
piece on George McGovern b)
Germaine Grear and part of a
novel then in progress b) .lohn
Barth
THERE ARE, of course, other
goodies Mm so ha>- every other
Harper's in my memory con-
lained garni ol schievement m
ilmiiuli! ami creativit) Nnii
thai i whai gets me about the
mori ii i.in-- anil I heir list ol rails, -
explaining the death of the
magazine None ol them men
turns .. .,, ,is the prm
cipal reason lor it demise
I don'I doubt thai the nation s
financial precariousnesa has ,iis,i
played a hand in the bleak pub-
tuned to a difhrent l.-rrnof
LcO
Mimllin
hshing condition of its literary
enterprise <*r that the rhanglag
profile ol reader interest em
braces newer and more Bpicj
horizons than magazines the likes
oi // .'; evaf had to offer
Mm more to the point is
cellenci that has ne\er wavered
and an endemic illiteracy ssixing
us ai .i people that puts pub-
In aimns hke // ifjm into a
diminishing category ol aliiial
readei interest
IT is NO'l thai Harper'i i>
elitist m itself; it is that literacy
in our nation is becoming elitist
by default Most o| us caa nml
..it and the like hut we art*
munn at urn
coo.
"lunicatio.
th.t la instant |>levu J
visual image, prepare, ,r J
what we ought to ia .,n,iho..
OUghl to sc- it
Tele\ is ion, tht
lew
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.hews it up for a pr^dim*??
f.-eds it to us i, way t
suggests that ini {n,
is a kind of junk rood which*
experience like ever) ft her font
of instant gratification to wh^
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world ls heir
Understood in then terrnj
then' is no need for us ., he jb,
to null on a more .
than rat Mm ui
ssrvad us up each month rt
slow and patuni
of joy in the s
paUance ol kangu rfulaal
sideration of thoughts and a.'
long and gratifying prnct*
thereafter of the mull
host ot conchiatona *
W WHAT Harpei publuaaj
there were not in'. -runt
tionanes to il.
thinking, concluding
required a disciplined rducaM
mind it raquirad In, .
The obituary fa
not really for i ;
much as it is fa thi \
people who ha\e i>[>p>rtunitir-
today for baconung literati
beyond anything thai omld t
imagined 190 yaan igo h
Harp, first .ipp. || ,n th,
national BCHM
And vet there .i- i n*d for
the magazine in I860 the yearot
us founding, when :
there were lower opp-- || UUtSai
bteracy than then lay Bi
definition the d. -
pi i in 19HO show. then i*m
no need for it today The con
elusion is morbid
fa literacy i- irn
.1, hu\ iinent pn --
histon ol man >
development

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Spotlight on 'The Spotlight'
B] GAILGANS
Hi. Spotlight leadl the field of
hate publications It mas
querades as a conservative pub
lication with claims to respec
lability by means of mini
crusades conducted in its pages
against issues like the Salt II and
Panama Canal treaties, the IRS.
pornography and welfare abuse.
The Spotlight also makes ex-
tensive use of pubushed state
ments by conservative members
of Congress particularly from
the Congressional Record but
without attribution to attract
a conservative readership and
enhance its bid for a respectable
image.
Simultaneously. jt
disseminates an array of racist,
anti-Semitic propaganda
reflecting the prejudices of its
publisher. Liberty Lobby, a
Washington-based far-right
extremist organization It is this
effort to camouflage the true
bigotry of its pages and to-
deceive Us readers that make The
SfHitligHt more insidious than
other publications of its kind -
and distinguishes u from the
cruder, more blatant hate sheets
20 TAMIZ 5740
Number 21
GAIL GANS is a member
of the staff of the Ami-
Defamation league Re
tearch Department
ol the Deo Nazi organizations tod
Ku Klux Klan groups plaguing
the American sun,.
LIBERTY LOBBY, hend.,1 b)
V\ ilhs ,\ ( arto. a long time anti
Samite and its founder and
treasurer, tx-gan publishing The
S/f flight in September, 1975 It
is distributed weekly by sub
script ion only, and readers are
urged to help increase dis
tribution by ordering more than
one subscription Subscribers do
not of course have to be members
of Liberty Lobby According to
its Statement of Ownership.
Management and Circulation, the
1979 average weekly paid cir
Sn%S f The Spo,tl*h' waa
Carlo's articles appear under
his own name and also under
several different pseudonyms A
professed admirer of Hitler, he
made the following statement in
the 50 s ,n |rtter to an
associate H|,.rs defeat was
the defeat of hurope And Amer
"-a th. Mam.' must be laid at
the door of the international
.lews
In his writings, he attacks
international bankers" a code
term for ,|,.w> and brands M .
" he f th, su mi||i)m j^9
penshid a, lh(. hand!> ,
Nazis in the Holocaust
01 rranklm I) RoiMBvall
sr\ is as Libert \ I i
man and Iron! man
runs the orgam/ali : LU'
Carto. Dall is a Inn.
somite, arhoas hostility
Zionists and Israel is ,\press*
in speeches, releases and P^
beat ions Books and paniphkH-
by Dall bearing such titles a
FDR. My Exploited rath*.
in-Law." Israel s Live Tnllwr
DolUr Secret and ,,Who Con
trols Our NaUon's l-'ederi
i'oliciea And Why' are du
tnbuted by Liberty Lobby s^
advertised in The Spotlight
Since it began publication fh
Spotlight has regular!* teaturK
article* denying the n-ahiv 'f *
HolocMuat and lionizing the *>
called revisionist authors of an"
Holocaust books and paniphh-"*^
Pttaji after piece dadarea that "jV*
Nazi Holocaust was a tabrKSiiWfJ ."eg
of the Zionists and the Z-^1-
controlled press, that '*'"'
of Anne Frank was a fraud, tw*
Auschwitz was merel) J ^tc^,
for th> manufacture oi X"1^
fuel, that famous gal '""'"V*,
Mitinis are alive and ajaJL ""J
torture was used to make
mans confess, and that WJJ
wan en-mated t<> control t)T
epidemics
Attacks of this nature CttJ
minated with
announcement in Au*
onlinuedon Pag* '' A........
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Rabbis Warned Of
Intermarriage Consequence
Somi 1.000 Orthodox rabbis
[cross the 1 nited Statca met in
nnual i urn enl ion on M iami
( la si weak and elected
la '! Roth President "i their
j i i>i .:.i n i/.ii ion t hi
1 uncil ol Vmerica
I his inaugural address
< Kitth u>ld the <'ouncil thai
lev*-- Mhn itermarry should not
I" i > assume
I roles in the com
n Ik .il hi n.n tonal
K \HHI KOI II also urged the
until i" include rabbis in this
>up who uttni.iii ,n mixed
i monies
Very substantial segment ol
\n .....m Jew ry may be lost u>
U il i ins trend lintermai riagi I
itu< warned Rabbi Roth,
d lhal the intermarriage
'I Jews in the I "- is ap
! 0 percenl Id called
' lallstk shocking!) hi^h
I he time baa coma for drastic
Heps in stem tins suicidal tide,
1 declared, adding that il
represents ,i sell inflicted
holocaust am) offers Hitler the
possibility of ha\ing u
post humous \ tetorv
EARLIER, the outgoing
president Bernard Rooanaweig, told the
gathering that a meant survey of
Orthodox rabbinic seminaries
indicalaa thut less than 10
percent ol the students anroUad
plan to bacOBia ordained and
occupy a pulpit.
II this trend continues for the
next decade, he declared the
.Jewish community will be
Confrontad with a grave break
down and chaotic conditions in
the whole structure of its
religious life
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WASHINGTON (JTAI -
A widely publicized assertion by
a State Department senior of-
ficial that Jordan's King Hussein
had personally assured President
Carter he would not permit the
Palestine Liberation
Organization to launch strikes
against Israel from Jordanian
soil was acknowledged by the
Department as having been
incorrect.
The official made the
statement to selected reporters in
a background briefing at the
State Department after the King
and the President had completed
their talks but while the King
was still in Washington. It was
prominently reported as an in-
dication of the King's opposition
to PI.0 terror against Israel.
HOWEVER, four days later.
on NBC's nationally televised
\/, 11 ih< Press program, the
King said that the subject did not
arise Ul his talks with the
President. Later, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency asked the
State Department, who is right
and w ho is wrong?
The State Department replied
"On Afeef the Press, the King
said there is no change in Jor-
dan's position. We knew that,
found it acceptable and saw no
reason to raise the question in our
talks. It did arise when the King
was meeting with the Congress.
The King restated his position,
and it was to that statement that
the senior official referred."
The JTA asked a competent
source at the State Department
to whom in the Congress the
King made the statement, since
he had met with Senators and
Representatives in separate
sessions. The source replied he
did not know.
Anthem Change Urged I
MONTREAL (JTAI The
Canadian Jewish Congress has
urged the Canadian government
to remove the words la croix (the
cross I from the French version of
<> (aimda. the country's un-
official national anthem.
The House of Commons in
Ottawa is debating this week
whether to make the song, in use
for many sears by Canada at
national and international
functions, the official national
anthem
IN A TELEGRAM sent today
to Canadian Secretary of State
Francis Fox. CJC Executive Vice
Preaidenl Alan Rose said that the
CJC "applauds the government
of Canada's action to make O
Canada our national anthem. We
believe that the words should be
such that it may be sung proudly
by all Canadians
"Therefore, we respectfully
draw your attention to the
French version which contains
the words la i rou which creates
serums problems for Jews and
those of non-Christian faiths. We
hope that you will take note of
our deep concern which is
prompted only by the desire that
() Canada should be a proud
national anthem, which can be
sung by all Canadians irrespec-
tive "t origin or religious l>elief."
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As Seen from Bonn
Concessions to Israel's Death Mandated in Venice
u
By KLAUS BERING
Stuttgartrr Nachrichten
President Carter has strongly
objected to any major move on
the Middle East by the European
Community. So just before the
EEC summit in Venice last
month, it looked like the Nine
were no longer going to frame a
fresh declaration on the subject.
Many pundits were expecting
the heads of state and govern-
ment of the Common Market
countries to make a major joint
statement on the Middle East.
After Mr. Carter's objection,
they seemed more likely to ap-
prove what might more ac-
curately be termed an outline of
their common viewpoint.
WHAT IS more, it could
hardly amount to more than the
lowest common denominator of
individual member-countries'
views on the Middle East.
The Nine have long put paid to
Britain's view that the EEC
ought to concentrate on a
revision of UN Resolution No.
242. passed by the Security
Council in November. 1967 and
so far the only basis for Middle
East peace bids approved by all
UN members.
The resolution states that all
countries in the region have a
right to territorial integrity and
independence, but in the eyes of
the Palestinians and Arab states
that support them it has a serious
shortcoming.
THIS DRAWBACK is that
the resolution merely calls for a
just settlement of the refugee
problem and makes no mention of
claims to self-determination.
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On the basis of earlier EEC
declarations, the Arabs felt they
had reason to assume that the
Nine were considering an
amendment to the UN resolution
to include the Palestinians right
to self-determination
This view war evidently shared
by President Carter who. < the
beginning of last montn an-
nounced his intention of viHmng
any such draft resolution.
He rightly fears that an> step
in this direction would jeopiu.
the progress of the peace talks
between Israel and Egypt begun
at Camp David
NOW THE talks ar.' in
deadlock over sli government
for the Palestinians, the impetus
provided by the (amp David
talk- has in any case petered '>ut
I his has doubtless come as ,i
bitter disappointment to Mr
Carter, who will have wanted t<>
bill Camp David a- his mi
ign policy achievement tins
elect inn year
The latest round oi unrest in
the oocopied West Bank region,
where Israeli settlers are a
constant thorn m the Arab-
flesh, is a further contribution
towards the fomenting oi conflict
in the region
S> it is hardly surprising that
the U.S. President is anything
but keen to m b I uropean
Middla last settlement bid at
present
For its part. Europe has no
wish to disrupt the difficult
progress towards peace. It insists
that all it wants to do is lend
assistance (although Israel has
Heft) and Germany's Wilhclm
long since declined the offerl
ISRAELS FOREIGN
Minister Yitzhak Shamir reckons
past EEC resolutions on the
Middle East were motivated
mainly by the desire to ensure
long term oil supplies
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin has called on the European
Community to read the PLO
Charter, which call- for the
destniclion ol Israel.
The \in. have since reiterated
H \ enu i ihe stand on t be Middle
hast they had taken in London in
lone. 1^77
\t the 1H77 meeting ol the
European t ounce*, oi I I I
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as were the legitimati rights ol
the Palestinians m dn ist
and lasting peai t settlement
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the need to consider s homeland
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Two years later, in the
declaration on the Middle East
by s conference of EEC Foreign
Ministers in June. 1979. this
point was singled out for in-
clusion as the final item in the
catalogue of Common Market
demands
Nines re.ter.t.on 0, ,
European Community VL '
EEC leaders met ,n \ Pruce *hn
They added fresh crttfcjW ,
Israel, settlement polSrS-1
response to Israel's pl.7JS,,'
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the former Jordanian a5Sfe
city, in the Sute of Israel ,h*
The Arab world had ...
expecuuons of the declarat^'
rjem^ebytheKKtsumrnS
at the moment these eXpect,tJ
are unfulfilled >wxnj
Stone Offers Amendments
To U.S. Mideast Policy
WASHINGTON When
conferees from the House of
Representatives and Senate met
late in June to work out a final
version of next year's foreign aid
authorizations bill, they were
looking at several amendments
important to US. polio- in the
Middle East
The amendments were offered
by U S Sen Richard Stone
ill ,Pla I and accepted by the
Senate July 17 Hecause the
House version of the bill doesn't
contain the same language, it is
up to the conference committee to
decide whether the amendments
should become law
THE FIRST OH revokes
permiasioa for General Electric t<>
sell eight gas turbine anginas
that would have been installed in
tour naval frigates being built for
Iraq in Italy These frigates
would have helicopter gunships
on Ixiard and would operate in
the Persian (iulf and Straits of
Hormui
The Department of Commerce
had issued .i licence approving
the s;ik' in January, e\en though
i H law prohibits th> export ol
equipment that can enhance the
military capabtlii \ of i country
sm l. i~ 1 .ii, that support a in
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Another of the >*natofi
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Somalia under more favoribe
terms, if that country grants
greater access to its mihurr
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The amendment would ^.\t to*
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Finally, the Senate igresd I
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*3Utfk)rkUon
Pt*e7^A
Tortured Novel Traces
Racist's Plan to Alter
Jewish Genes in U.S.
[In. K.-s<>rt Dv Sol Stein. New
>rU William Morrow and
( |n,. ,300p.. 110.96
IHIS IS a rather tortured
,,l novel about a racial -
,,1 plan to alter the
[distribution ol Jewiah genaa in
America v I buaineeaman
land genetics ejcperl Merle
undue Influence
lews in American lif* The
theory upon which he bases his
,, provocative i>ut the
schemeitseli which iatheeasence
ol i hr Btorj la ludicrous
Hair raising, but atill willy
Clifford i theory ol Jewish
superiorit) is <" interesting;
variation on, the .Jewish eliti-i
On the\
Bookshelf
Susan
Panofff
theories ith which moal of u-.
are familiar Beaidea positing the
view thai Jewish ghetto life m
l ..-tern Europe waa directed getting the besl genes
together, he suggests that the
best genes ol the Christian
population wen' siphoned oft
from Use genetic luppb
'FOR OVBB a millennium the
only way a Christian with brains
and drive could tfet ahead was to
go into the Church It was the
only place that intellectual ability
was rewarded in F.urope
(Thus) the most gifted and in
lelligent members of the
Christian population were for-
bidden to have offspring
While this was going on. the
most intelligent (Jews) were
encouraged to become rabbis.
The rabbis were also the political
leaders. And their daughters
were the prizes for the smart
young men The whole process
was directed at getting the best
genee together, while their
Christian counterparts were
leading a monastic life "
Clifford does not claim that the
lews plotted this entire scenario,
but he would have his followers
believe that history has been
Kood to the Jew He propOSM
then !,i lake Jewish gOOSS out of
circulation He does it at the
resort I he problem with the
booh is that it does not have the
energ) to carry off such an
unbeliev able and unlikely plot.
The Golem ol Prague. By tier
short Winkler Illustrated by
Yoehanan Jones New York:
Judaira Press 368 p 112.95
hardcover; S9 95 paperback
"WHEN PEOPLE speak of
the Golem, they do not refer to
an) ol the other Golems recorded
m Jewish history, even the ones
with undisputed documentation
The) refer invariabl) to the
(iolem ol Prague
\\ inkier s |. scellent com
pilation ol (iolem stones as
chronicled by Rabbi Shhnshon
Hakohen Katz, disciple and son-
in law ol the Maharal, creator of
the (iolem an related with a
certain amount ol dramati/ation
and dialogue t<> convey the
charisma ol the (iolem of Prague
to readers ot all backgrounds In
addition. the introductory
overview discusses the (iolem
mystique in the context of
scientific, kabbaliatk and historic
research
For t he novice, the concept of a
(iolem is strange and foreign
Winkler a thorough accounts.
however, serve toclarif) tacts for
the uninitiated, and Bl the same
t ime. to tantalise and intrigue the
skeptic The Maharal used his
kabbaliatk skills with Divine
assistance to create a (iolem in
-u solel) lor the purpose ol
ending the false blood ac-
cusations which were being
instigated b) local priests
ONCE THE Gossan's work was
finished. he was promptly
dest roved (ne of Winkler s
eeaaya explains that contrary to
oral tradition, the (iolem of
Prague was not destroyed
because he went mad. but
because he was no longer needed.
The reader is schooled in some
of the metaphysical aspects of
Kabbalah, lie copies closer to
understanding how the Maharal
and earlier rabbis created golems.
The reader is also presented with
authentic documentation and
indisputable accounts Kabbi Sol
landau s illustrious ancestor
Kabbi Kzekiel I.andau. Chief
Kabbi of Prague during the 18th
century, revived the authenticity
of the matter, by personally
testifying that in the attic of the
great synagogue of Prague, lay
the (iolem which the Maharal
had made
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Israel's Leaders Must Provide Vision
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM UTA) -
The Zionist General Council, at
its annual meeting here, heard a
plea from President Yitzhak
Navon tor the nations political
leaders to pro ide viaion" and a
better personal example." It
aNo learned from World Zionist
Organization Treasurer Akiva
Levinsky that the VVZO's budget
this year has been reduced some
15 percent by inflation although
in dollar terms it is the same as
last \ ear
Another sober note was
sounded by Avraham Shenker. a
member of the WZO Kxecutive
and head of its community
services section, who reported a
decline in the VVZO's standing
abroad despite its increased
efforts to play an active role in
Jewish communities overseas.
NAVONS REMARKS, at the
opening session of the Council,
meeting, stressed his faith in the
Israeli nation and people
generally which, he said, was
"much better than it is portrayed
in the media."
Mut he noted that there were
ministers and Knesset members
whose conduct did not serve as a
good personal example to the
younger generation He also said
t hat the growth in numbers of the
WZO in recent years, with the
accretion to it of synagogue]
bodies, did not necessarily in-
crease it s strength
The expansion ol the WZO
based on mm controv ersial
principles such as support of
the State of Israel does not
mean that Zionism has been
strengthened, he said
THAT COMMENT seemed to
some observers to offer oblique
support to a draft resolution
strongly promoted by the
younger leadership which would
oblige Zionist leaders abroad to
immigrate to Israel after two
terms m office or step down
The draft has encountered
\ igorous resistance from veteran
diaspora leaders and is therefore
unlikely to be supported by the
Israeli delegates who are linked
by party bonds to the diaspora
leaders.
Levinsky, in his financial
report, noted that the budget for
this year is frozen at (60 K
million, the same as last year,
though with 15 percent less
buying power because of in-
flation. He said the freeze was not
the result of a lessening of WZO
income from the United Jewish
Appeal and Keren Hayesod fund-
raising but rather, it reflected the
serious economic situation in
Israel "Business is not as usual
and the WZO cannot ignore the
situation." he said.
LEVINSKY NOTED the some
$23 million is ear-marked for
immigration and absorption this
year from Western countries. The
WZO deals only with voluntary
immigration while the Jewish
Agency is concerned with im-
migration from areas of Jewish
hardship
Shenker told the Council that
the WZO has not been entirely
successful in countering the
effects of anti-Zionist resolutions
at the United Nations among
some Jews, particularly young
lews He said the State of Israel
radiated confused and confusing
rays" to the diaspora
NCCJ Reelects Hyatt
NEW YORK Dr. David
Hyatt, president of the National
Conference on Christians and
lews has been re-elected
president of the International
Council of Christians and Jews at
the latter s recent annual meeting
in Sigtuna. Sweden
The delegates of the lri-nation
organization re-elected Hyatt to a
two year beginning last Jan. 1.
Dr. Hyatt is also a member of
the Hoard of Directors of the
\mencan Field Service. a
member of the Kxecutive Board
ol the America-Israel Friendship
League, and has served two
three-year terms on the U.S.
Commission to UNESCO as
chairman of its Human Rights
Committee and a member of the
Kxecutive Board
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American-Soviet Conspiracy?
Deny Plan to Halt
W. German N-Activity
NEW YORK -
Allegations that the
Brazilian Jewish com-
munity is involved in an
"American Soviet con-
spiracy" to disrupt the
West German-Brazilian
nuclear technology
agreement have triggered
strong protests throughout
Brazil. the Anti-
Defamation League of
B'nai B"rith has revealed.
The charges against the Jews
were contained in a "confidential
document" issued by the
Brazilian government s Ministry
of Mines and Knergy. according
to the respected, middle-of-the
road newspaper. Jornal de
THK GOVERNMENT
document. the newspaper
reported in its June K edition.
attacked prominent Brazilian
scientists and political leaders
who oppose the nuclear accord
and singled out Jews as a "social
group that most actively corn-
hats the agreement The
document lurther charged that
the anti-nuclear accord campaign
had its origins with the U S A
and U S S H
Abraham H. Foxman. AOL'a
associate national director and
head of its International Affairs
Division, said that, according to
information reaching ADL's
Latin American Department, the
newspaper Mory touched off a
furor in the press throughout the
country and among Brazil's
Jewish community.
The JonuU report said the
UN Decade
document, dated February IS,
1980. emanated from the
Ministry of Mines and Fnerg\ -
security and information branch
and was circulated among of-
ficials of Brazil's electric power
companies.
THE UNITED States, which
has expressed misgiving about
West Germany's technological
aid for Brazil's nuclear energy
program, is accused in the alleged
government document of using
15 scientists at its diplomatic
mission- in Brazil to work
against the agreement
Among the protests aroused
by the publicity surrounding the
document, Foxman said, was
that of Brazilian Senator Kobert
Satumino, who called it a
ridiculous effort at intimidation
ot those who oppose the nuclear
accord
In addition, the newspaper
Fulha de Sao Paulo carried an
article in its opinion column
declaring that attempts to im-
plicate the Jewish community
were reminiscent 'tit type of
accusations used in the early
daysol Nazi Germany
\. cording to \DL, the
president of the Jewish Con
federation o. Brazil, .lose
Meiches. Ai-m on record a-
saying that whether or not the
report is "official, its is in. irnct
and inappropriate to idenlit\ the
Jewish communiiN as the social
group most acti\ elv opposing the
nuclear program The
representative bodies ol the
Jewish community do not have.
and have never had an> offi<
or unofficial position on this
matter
MEICHES ALSO denounced
Women's Int'l. Confab
Bowing to Politics?
< oriiimied from Page I \
IHK PROBLEM of the
<'flies
as result ot the United Nations
>oiing
document calling tor the addition
f three wsi*
the conference apartheid.
i ilesl inian *om etugoca
\~ these addit ions were Bgn
upon b) the General Assembly,
b removal ol any one is aN,,
under its jurisdiction According
to l.anda. the Kseembty will not
convene before the conference,
and even it it did. its memUrs
would probably not agree to
combine the Palestinian women
issue with that of refugees in
general
The Pasaal inian document
itself was prepared by the
Economic Commission for
Western Asia, a section of the
I nited Nations Economic and
Social Council that has admitted
the Palestine Liberation
Organization into full mem-
bership and has excluded Israel
AT A State Department-
sponsored meeting late last
month in Washington. C'hiae
Herzig. co-president of the
Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress,
spoke on behalf of the leadership
Conference of National Jewish
Women's Organizations
Referring to the document which
used language condemning
Israel. Herzig said, "not only
Israel but the rights of women
everywhere are victimized by
these tactics."
She continued by pointing out
that "delegates subject to Arab-
Soviet influence will come
carefully instructed There will be
nr 1 srai. t>
no waj to
pr. \ i nl sion ol
rom its tru< |
to one that serves the
propaganda needs and purp
ot the PI I I
Sai ih Wi Idingl -
ot the I > delegation along with
the l S Vmbassador to the I N
Donald I McHenrj called
document and
added that the U.S delegation
will work with other delegations
m opposing other resolutions
baaod on the language and
analysis in that document
THE CONFEEENCE is
divided into two sections one
composed ot official delegations
representing their respective
countries as well as Non-
Governmental Organizations
with consultative status at the
I N The ot her is a forum, open to
anyone who wishes to attend
The forum meets concurrently
with the governmental section
and provides the particpants
with workshops, exhibits and
discussions where anyone is tree
to speak on any of the issues It
does not. however. issu anv
formal resolution or statements
\t present there an- 700
American woman registered tor
the forum with several weeks still
remaining before the conference
begins Among these are
representatives of various .lew ish
organisations including NCJW,
Hadassah. American Jewish
congress and the American
Jewish Committee Jewish
women from Venezuela Peru.
Finland. Sweden. Midland.
England and other European
countries are also planning to
attend.
those who desire "to create in
ternal friction in Brazilian
society, particularly with the
Jewish community." and added
that this is consistent with the
line which, is preceding episode*-
has been anti Semitic. neo-Nazi
and anti-Zionist
A prominent sciential Joes
(ioldemberg. president of the
Brazilian Society for the Progress
of Science, called the language of
the document similar to that used
by the Brazilian neo-Nazi group
known as the Movimento de
Keorganizacao Na/i iMRNl
Rabbi Morton M Rosenthal,
director of A DL I I.at in
American Affairs Department
said the Movimento dl
Keorganizacao has been
responsible for acts ot in-
timidation against opponents ol
the nuclear accord, as well as
against prominent scientists
theologians. liberal political
leaders. lawyers who defend
political priaioners and Jewish
personalities, artists and [our
nalist s
THE INTIMIDATION, he
said, has included threatening
letters and phone calls and the
ing in the fall of 1979 of a Ss
Paulo artist. Lordes Cedran, wife
ol physicist Maria Schemberg
leading opponent ot the nui .
SCI orii
\ I )l. noted that among
who h.i ing
tters was i
I varisto \m- Krchbishnp
sao Paulo and an B<; \ is* in
liberal causes H<
>.i\ ing The? md with
ra/v people you must
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*Je*ist)tierkhan
Page 9-A
Family, Career
Issues Divide Husband-Wife Rabbis
Continued from Page 1A
Kuwait Vows Religious
War Over Jerusalem
Lmanding professions.'* Rabbi
lurvitz will take a pulpit post at
mple B'nai Abraham.
|\m>;ston. N.J.. starting Aug
Kabbi Prinz and Rabbi Hurvitz
re aware that as rabbis they are
ransmitters of Jewish values
nd traditions even as they are
rappling with contemporary
Choices and life styles. They are
(cutely aware of the role models
provide and anxious to
a. lop thoughtful, sensitive and
balistk ways to combine careers
|mi family life
ELYSE FRISHMAN. now a
nbhinu intern at Woodlands
ommunity Temple. White
tains, N Y who expects her
brdinatfon next year, is married
> Kabbi Daniel Freelander.
-iM.mt director of the North
American Federation of Temple
tilth, an affiliate of the Union of
American Hebrew C'ongrega
lions
Rabbi Freelander says he had
i find employment in New York
he I wo could he together
ive to face the reality that
[he luture we ha\e to -.title in
r -.Hies where there are
Varying opportunities for era-
:it for rabbis. he ob
Hi- w ife comments Then- are
r i UK-del- of women rabbis
ildren. and so there i- the
n should ooa establish
tirst and then huve
or is it better to ha\ I .1
right after you're ordained'*
3 we oaad bo work out the
* iii^ Of child care and
lusehold raaponaibilitias
RABBI HURVITZ aapraaaad
miilar concerns about sharing
and th' wa> in which it
ild be possible tor man U
ii I i\ el\ in\ ol\ t\i m the
risibilities 'Perhaps
ms could serve as
I how w i ou,'ht to .
bi \ icki Holli i ame
rabbi al Larchmonl
Lai i. N.Y.. in
Her husband Rabbi
' .i\ t iut. h :uv;
' d position thai links
ing .i- .i si bi ^at-, his
Inrd world countries
I .i\ tiler remark- \l
' ililtu ult ti .r tin- not to
ICCJ Adopts
Resolution
SIGTI N V Sweden The
les tn the annual mating
' the International Council ot
liri-tians and Jews have
pled a resolution condemning
I' recent Middle Kast statement
|b\ the leaders attending t he
ipean Economic Community
Conference in \ enica
The resolution, adopted June
^.i- -.-tit to the leaders of the
countries attending the Venue
pneeting It also was mm to
ident Carter and Set ret ar\ ot
State Kdmund Muakia by ICCJ
rPresidenl l)r I)a\id Hyatt, who
Lalso i- president of the National
[Conference of Christians and
lews
I UK ICCJ members said they
deapl) disturbed over the"
PLO's inclusion in future Middle
1 Sal |wace negotiation- without
H nunciation or ahandonmen'
it- commitment to
Mil ion ot l-r
The gllOUp emphasized thai V
ih, lor the Pi.o. recently
reiterated its aim to eliminate
.Israel politicaU) aconomically,
militarily. culturally and
idealogically."
be working, but 1 have had time
to write a few articles and Vicki's
working means that I can try to
pursue my ideal career."
Are shared pulpits a
possibility?
Rabbi Pnnz and Rabbi Hurvitz
prefer not to share a pulpit. They
cite different sytles of working,
possible tensions because of
competition and the long
weekend and evening hours
involved in congregational life as
reasons why this option is un-
suitable to them. Rabbi
Freelander and Ms. Fishman.
however, are receptive to such an
arrangement and talk in terms of
sharing a pulpit with each other
or with another rabbi.
A HlSBANDand wife will
serve the same congregation as
rabbi and cantor when Rabbi
Stuart t.ertman and Cantor
Sarah Sager joined the staff of
Fairmont Temple, a Reform
Synagogue in Cleveland only last
Tuesday
Rabbi (iertman. currently
director of the New York
Fedaration of Reform
Synagogues, thinks that a couple
Ben ing the same congregation is
I good idea.
"It presents a family model for
congregants. It creates a
cohesive team dedicated to the
life of the congregation. And it
makes it easier for the couple to
coordinate lives and schedules for
the benefit of their marriage,"
Rabbi Gertman believes.
He and his wife are aware of
the potential for marital dif-
ficulties spilling over into the job
and the damage that could be
done because one partner may
receive more ego gratification
than the other."
CANTOR SAGER also is
aware of the problems that could
arise if the couple is treated as
one person rather than two in-
dividuals, "especially in financial
matters.
Hut both husband and wife are
confident that if the couple and
the congregation are sensitive to
the potential problems, and if the
situation is treated maturely, the
benefits that can be reaped both
by the couple and the
congregation are exceedingly
great
'*W are very excited about the
possibilities.'' Rabbi Gertman
saj s And we believe that this is
the wav of the future."
Continued from Page 1 A
States to the UN, who acknow-
ledged that Jews have a spiritual
association with Jerusalem. But
this, he said, "does not constitute
under any circumstances a claim
to legitimize conquest, annexa-
tion and aggression." He urged
the Council to adopt measures
that would put an end to "the
usurpation" that Israel under-
took day after day in "our
Jerusalem."
The Council resumed debate
despite the lack of a draft
resolution. Diplomats here said
negotiations on a draft
resolution, which will allow the
U.S. at least to abstain rather
than invoke a veto are still un-
derway.
MEANWHILE, a resolution
expected to be brought before the
United Nations denouncing
Israels position on a unified
Jerusalem was criticized by the
State Department. "We do not
believe that the debate is
warranted by developments on
the ground or that it is likely to
serve a useful purpose." Depart-
ment spokesman Thomas Reston
said.
Recalling Secretary of State
Kdmund Muskie's remarks three
weeks ago, Reston saia. We
believe there should be future
negotiations to determine the
final status of that city. In ab-
sence of such negotiations, we do
not believe the issue can be
resolved by the Security Council.
We approach the prospect of a
debate and a vote on a resolution
with those considerations in
mind."
In Jerusalem, it was reported
that the transfer of the Prime
Minister's Office and Cabinet
office from West to East
Jerusalem is not imminent.
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
is reported to have told this to
the U.S. Ambassador Samuel
I>ewis after a wave of press
speculation that the move was
imminent, which has drawn
sharply negative reactions from
abroad.
The timing of the press reports
was seen here as especially awk-
ward in view of the Security
Council debate on Jerusalem.
There is now speculation here
unconfirmed by official sources
that the U.S. indicated to
Israel it would not veto a hostile
resolution on Jerusalem unless
any plans for the imminent
transfer of the Kmbassy were
shelved.
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Ex-Secy, of State Says
Negotiations Won't Key Mideast Outcome
B) HENRY KISSINGER
The Middle East inane seams
to me to have three aspects the
Baal Weal relationship: the
relationship betwaan moderates
and radicals in the area: and the
Arab-Israeli problem. Thosi
thr. iues are parti)
overlapping hut parti)
autonomous, and 1 do not believe
one can solve the whole complex
ol issues b\ addressing one
pan i. mar narrow pan ot it \in:
therefon. while I stronglj fa
the negotiations on the West
liank that are now going on. and
strongl) support the Camp
David Agreement, I do not
believe the outcome ot those
negotiations will be the Ice) i" all
the other issues m the Middle
Baal
Let me first begin with the
Fast West relationship A strong
America is essential for an>
affective foreign policy without
such strength there can be no
security for anybody. and
without our dedication there can
be no progress And it is a source
of profound concern that the
relative balance of power is not
nearU so favorable to the United
States as it ha- been
INDEED, if current trend-
continue, we will be in an in
creasingly difficult position
Through most of the post war
period, the United Si ate- could
substitute or balance Soviet
conventional superiority with our
strategic nuclear supariorit) \a
late as 1973, when we went on
alert at t he end of t he M idde I .. -i
war. we had something like B.000
warheads and the Soviet I nion
had something like whi to 1,000
V\ e had then an enormous
superiority, which made it very
dangerous for the Soviets to
drive matters beyond a certain
point From now on. the nuclear
balance will be about equal: and
THIS article by Dr.
Kissinger appeared in
the June. 1980 issue of
the ADL Bulletin and
is reproduced with per-
mission of the Anti-
Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Henry Kissinger is awarded the Anti-Defamation /. \mei ca'a Democratic
Legacy Award at n recent dinner at the Plata Hotel in \. York / ft right \4oa n
/ Greenberg, Altl. national chairman. l)r Kissinger, Edgai V />' nfman ho made rh<
presentation, and In ing 1) Lipkou it;, guest of honor
as .i result, the Soviet con
ventionaJ strength is bound to
increase, to count tor more
If one look*, around the So\ iei
periphery, almost all the changes
in recent years have occurred .is
the result of Soviet arms Soviet
friendship treaties, Soviet pros)
troops. Soviet liases which
creates a mass:ve sense of in-
security around the world
WE HANK announced ihi BO
called Carter Doctrine for the
defense of the Persian Gull but
there is an enormous gap bei ween
our commitment and our
capability And if that gap is n,,t
closed. the radicali/ation is
bound t> continue The danger
inherent in the fact that countries
prefer impotent neutralitj to a
military relationship with the
United States is a warning sign
that must be dealt with
There can be no good policy for
us in the Middle East until we
restore the actuality and the
perception of American strength
The second problem has to do
with the balance between
moderates and radicals in the
Middle East and in the world
This has. in turn, two aspects:
the first has to do with the
perception by leaders around the
world of what the likeh trends
and their chances for sur\i\al
and progress are
\s THEY see the growth ol
Soviet power and ol radical
strength, more end more
countries are going to mak<
accommodations, even befon a
tost ol strength occurs More and
mon countries are attempting to
void economic pressures bj
preempting them with con
essions and tins balance !*
tween moderation and radicalism
must be restored
I have alwa) believed that the
I nited States must stand bj its
friends \s lin individual, I have
attempted to defend m\ ion
ception of American honor
towards foreign allies because it
has been m> belie! that a countn
that does not stand by its friends
will not be taken Serious!) b) its
adversaries And if we once start
getting into the business of
putting price tags on our friends,
there will be no end to it
One of the most fundamental
challenges for the United States
is to make it clear that there is a
benefit in being our friend and a
penalty in being our adversary
And until this balance is
restored, we can be certain to be
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Without an understanding ol
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t he Middle I BSt Is not
prehensh e
ill E ARAB Israel,
negotiation is but one aapect ol
thai overall situation 1 he
ini i bet ween moderal i .w.A
radicals will not be restored b\
negotiating procedures m West
Bank negotiations; our fun
i] problem and challenge
as Vmerarans is t. make leai
that whatever
be made
adjustments
countries that Itavtachi
Moderation ia a ...- ,
those who are I,.,,,,,
alternative |, ^J
extorted bj cop-,
For this reason i | J"
thai the negotiati
and that aomi
found forth.
Bllt I BUS!
tr.inklv that ,
tiationa aucci
solution emerges [,
we will only :, .1
and not ,.t in.
11 qw ation of th.
of whatever thai
council is called n
U ntious. it, n
damental diaagn i d i
nature betwei
it is th.- tirsi ,
believe it is m. r. |j
adminiatrativi
problem will not ,
alter successful n. .
I WOULD the,
state a tew prill, iples
I signed the \\.
I nderatending as Si
Stats t hat are
liate with the PI i
often cited as an obst to what
might !> don, ha i thr
previous admimstrai mad
this rather rash pn n
I hat promise w a
a favor to Israel it did
bom an attempt
group in this Thtt
menl an mm froi
\ u lion that the art I
W. si Hank mils'. ijut
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Kissinger Views
Continued from Preceding Page
[transigent group that cannot
I possibly be aatiafiad no matter
what its proclamationa with
I what is achieveaWe.
And. therefore. I believe that
as these negotiations develop, the
most important challenge for the
United States, for Israel, and for
all who are concerned, must be to
find some way to involve Jordan
in the negotiation and to see
whether that country can assume
9ome responsibility for the ad-
ministration of whatever it is
that is finally negotiated, thereby
turning the PLO into an Arab
problem rather than into a West
Kuropean. American, or any
other far-away country's
problem.
I WANT to stress again that
no negotiation gimmick can
possibly work until we restore the
balance between moderation and
radicalism in the area and until
we make clear that we are not
forever in retreat. I think it is in
the American interest to separate
the oil problem as much as
possible from any political
negotiation. I think it is in the
\mencan interest to separate the
oil problem as much as possible
trom any political negotiation. I
think the more we involve the oil
issue, or the more we talk our
selves into involving the oil issue
into these negotiations, the more
uioxieally we undermine the
position of the moderate
elemente, even in the Arab world.
it we affirm the connection, they
annot resist the linkage And
\ will not be able to oppose
M radical elements who have
alwaya advocated an explicit
, i'nkage between oil and set
iiits Nor is there any ter-
minal point if that process starts
I believe we must all hope for
negBtiatiaaa between Egypt
ind Israel to make further
n ss ire must suppk'tnent
a rapid!) .is possible with
Jordanian role on the Weot
k \ml < must avoid the
ision that the world crisis
i bed hare ran possibly be
>\ dealing with one group
ing terrorist methods
ed itli .ill our opponent a
in thai area I hal is nostalgia
e\ asion, potential disaster
H W ING s\U) all ol this. I
Aould like tO stress that while t i-
'lit trends in the world are
DUfl and while one
tinea has the tailing ol
u i rises running <>ut of
rol era should keep m mind
the fundamental assets are
the Western side We
ad moderation finally in
' Middle East when it became
ear thai the military option
Mnild bring no progress
We iii produce moderation in
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the world at large when we make
the same demonstration We
have twice the groaa national
product of the Soviet Union. We
have a creative people. We have
strong allies.
Even in the Middle East we
have the nucleus, in Israel and in
the peace agreement with Egypt,
of the fundamental strengths,
and therefore there is no reason
for us to be timid. There is no
reason for us to curry the favor of
any one group that is attempting
to blackmail us.
IT IS RATHER an op-
portunity for confidence and
imagination and for the
realization that we are in a very
fortunate position and that,
contrary to most people in the
world, we can still say to our-
selves that the solution of our
problems is up to us. And Israel,
a state which was an idea before
it became a reality, testifies to
the power of faith; it can show us
thai all great achievements were
ideas before they became a
reality.
The most important task
before America today is to get
the idea of the kind of world we
want, the strength to vindicate it.
and the confidence to stand by
our friends.
Arab Votes for Grabs
Costa Rica May Cut Ties to Israel
NEW YORK Costa
Rica may be on the verge
of abandoning its close
friendship with Israel for
the sake of Arab votes in
the United Nations, the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith warns.
According to two ADL
officials who have just
returned from a fact find-
ing trip to Central
America, reliable sources
say that high ranking
Costa Rican officials
received an Arab
delegation which arrived in
Costa Rica June 28. The
delegation included
representatives of the
Palestine Liberation
Organization.
A NEW PLO threat in
Venezuela was also reported by
the two Abraham H. Foxman,
associate national director and
head of ADL's international
affairs division, and Rabbi
Morton M. Rosenthal. director of
the agency's Latin American
affairs department.
They noted that the an-
ticipated visit to Coeta Rica by
the Arab delegation comes on the
heels of a Mideast tour by
Rodrigo Alberto Carazo, son of
the president of the country, who
was accompanied by a
presidential adviser.
He reportedly wai promised
Arab support in getting the
United Nations to finance a U. N. -
sponsored University for Peace in
Costa Rica a project in which
President Rodrigo Carazo Odio
has a personal interest.
FOXMAN SAID that ac-
cording to stories circulating in
Costa Rica, the quid pro quo for
Arab support of the university
project is a pledge by the
government of Costa Rica more
actively to support the Arab
cause and. specifically, the PLO.
"A PLO presence in Costa
Rica," be said, "would threaten
the stability of this politically
volatile region, in view of PLO
contacts with the revolutionary
left in Guatemala and El
Salvador." Foxman added that
"it would also be a great setback
for Israel, because Israel has not
had a more constant friend and
ally than Coeta Rica. Costa Rica
has consistently supported Israel
at the UN and at other in-
ternational forums."
Foxman noted that Coeta Rica
has already veered slightly away
from Israel. Since the 1979
election of President Carazo
Odio, Costa Rica has altered its
traditional voting pattern in
support of Israel and on issues
important to Israel.
DECLARING THAT ADL is
worried about the situation in
Venezuela, Rabbi Rosenthal
quoted informed sources as
saying that the country's
Ministry of Mines has forwarded
to the Foreign Ministry a
recommendation that Venezuela
authorize the opening of a PLO
office in Caracas.
The Venezuelan Jewish
community, he said, has ex-
pressed its concern in meetings
with government officials and in
full page newspaper ad-
vertisements.
In a June 19 ad. the Jewish
community warned that opening
of a PLO office would have
"lamentable results
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Biblical Expedition Probes City of David
JERUSALEM The ar
chaeloKical expedition to the City
of David Hiblual Jerusalem
began Us third session on June
16. It is scheduled to last until
Aug B
The excavations are being
carried out by the City of David
Society, whose members include
the Institute of Archaeology of
the Hebrew University, the Israel
Exploration Society. the
Jerusalem Foundation which
administratee the Society, a
group ol sponsors from South
Africa headed bj Mendel Kaplan,
and the Ambassador Inter
national Cultural Foundation in
the I mted States Vdditional aid
it given by the Rothschild
Koundai ion
THE EXCAVATIONS are
carried out on state land-- mosl
nt which were purchased al the
beginning ol the century by
Huron Kdmund dc Rothschild for
the purpose "t archaeological
excavations in the Cit) ol David
Th. i xpedition works m closi
conjuncl ion w uh t he
Munii ipalii) ol Jerusalem, in
rvniox ing mounds ol earth left by
earlier expeditions which con
-tituti sajet) hazards and un-
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order la make available areas for
the sewage and road-paving-
works now in progress bj the
Jerusalem Municipal!) j
\t the head of thi expedition is
I )r Yigal Shikih ol the Hebrew
I ni\ ersit) ol Jerusali n
architect of the expedition
(.ior,i Solar A largi stall
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I niversit) will conduct the
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Leading Hate Publication
Spotlight on The Spotlight'
Continued from Page 4-A
that the Institute for Historical
Review, a hitherto unknown
organization, was to sponsor a
first ever Revisionist Con-
trition." to be held in Ix>s
Angles the following Labor Day
weekend
AT ITS conclusion, a
resolution was released declaring
the whole theory of the
Holocaust' has been created by
and promulgated by political
Zionism for the attainment of
[Mtlit K~al and economic ends .
\n
made
announcement was also
that the Institute would
give a $50,000 reward for proof
that the Nazis operated gas
chambers to exterminate the
Jews during World War II."
Glowing reports appeared in The
Spotlight, first in the Sept. 24
issue and later, on Dec. 24, as a
special supplement entitled "The
Great Holocaust Debate." edited
by Frank Tompkins (one of
C'arto's pseudonyms).
The Spotlight also uses its
pages to promote Liberty
Ixibby's conspiracy theory of
history and government the
belief that hidden forces
manipulate events and control
the policies of governments and
countries for their own special
^
French Chief Calls Upon
Israel to Move Back
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTAI -
President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing called for
Israel's withdrawal to its
ptv June 1967 twrders and
warned that the in-
ternational "guarantees*'
for "just and recognized
borders" exclude the
territories occupied by
Israel in 1967.
(iiscard. who was addressing a
press conference, said that the
Venice declaration by the Prime
Ministers of the rune European
Economic Community (EEC)
oiunmes. calling for Palestinian
-If determination." was
d without any difficulty
IK' added, in reply to a question.
the nine WTI now preparing
. imatic steps to put th-ir
a ration into practical effect
to bb) wh.ii those
- ma) be or when they will
I ill FRENCH Pi wh..
ed using tl
tiniari itati ~.">i

reel reo >gnil ton
nian rights must I
a ,:hm the framework
peaci si itlement
foi .ins sim ii selllenient.
si ii said, m .i- I si ael i B<
ince thai il should e\ acuate
territorial loccupled during
Six I ),i\ Warl
I in- French President ruled out
Ml) possible king-term Ml
tlenient for the Middle Kast .i-
long as Israel fails to accept the
principle of evacuation. He said
the Camp David agreement,
establishing peace between Israel
and Egypt, is based on the very
same principle: "evacuation of
the territories gradually ac-
companied by the creation of a
situation of peace"
Giscard also warned Israel that
unless a settlement is reached,
"advanced arms potentially
dangerous for Israel's security
might be introduced into the
area. He said "It is not narrow
river of a few additional
kilometers (of territory I which
could protect Israel from new
weapons which could be far more
powerful and have a far longer
range" than any now existing in
the Middle East.
GISCARD SAID that he had
personally intervened on at least
one occasion to prevent the in
troduction into the Middle East
of such types of weapons. He said
he acted "while negotiations were
actually in progress." and ob-
servers believe he was referring
to French promises to sell bomb-
producing nuclear piles to either
Libya or 1 raq or both
The French President refused
to comment, in spite of repeated
prodding!,, on his reactions to the
French Jewish community's
, irdd'Est u'ng
protests against hat Middle F.im
polic) or tn say why he refuses t>
\i-it Israel, although he has paid
several visits to \rab countries in
the Middle East
According to diplomatic ob
; !> President se n
conl rVesl I uro|
and
sou i l '
colleagues full)
With cert .in:
founi : at tuall) pressing tor
laslei and more i oncrete action in
ignizing the Palestine
Liberation Organization as a
partner in the peace talks
Giscard himself did not mention
the PLO
ISRAELI SOURCES were not
surprised by Giscard s statement
hut were worried by the in-
dication of West European
support in following France's
lead The sources were especially
anxious about reports that the
EEC nine will jointly submit an
amendment to Security Council
Resolution 242 recognizing the
"rights of the Palestinian
people."
This is expected after the
American Presidential elections
in November.
interests and to the average
citizen's detriment. In the
demonology peddled by Carto
and his organization, families like
the Rockefellers and policy-plan-
ning groups like the Trilateral
Commission are made to figure in
The Spotlight as conspirators,
behind whom, readers can infer,
stand the Jews.
LIKE CARTO and Dall. The
Spotlight asserts it is not anti-
Semitic but "anti-Zionist" a
disclaimer belied by its contents
and features It carries advertise-
ments for pamphlets com-
municating its messages e.g..
one attacking sex education,
published by the Christian De-
fense league, an avowedly anti-
Semitic group and another titled
Zionist Lobby Exposed." by
Fdward Fields, an anti-Jewish
activist-propagandist for three
decades and editor of the
National States Rights Party's
Thunderbolt
The SpotUght also features ads
for anti-Semitic books and
pamphlets issued by Liberty
Library, an arm of Liberty
Lobby. Examples include
lmperium" by Francis Parker
Yockey. a tribute to "the German
Revolution of 1933" dedicated to
Hitler, with an introduction by
Carto, "America First." a 40-
page anti-Israel diatribe blaming
the Jews for American involve-
ment in both World Wars; and
"The Dispossessed Majority" by
Wilmot Robertson, which is both
anti Semitic and racist.
Also advertised in The Spot-
light and distributed by Liberty
Library are a numl>er of bookfl
denying the Holocaust: The
Hoax in A K Butt; Tht Myth of the
Six Million (anonymous); and
l>: bunking the (ienocidt Myth
b) Paul Rassinier
V SIMILAR Beries ol Holo
causl denials released b) Noon
tide Press .i t arto-influenced
front in I orrance, Calil is also
promoted in Spotlight pages
together with such anti Semitic
i as Thi
l /'
, b) Maurice
Pina) and I P
Chi b) Elizabeth Dilling
l'h- Sept 10, 19
carried a full-page advertisement
for Noontide /1 s W Hum
Reconsidered by William Grim-
siad. former managing editor ol
il ha, Pou i. a neo Nazi
publication (irinist.nl has
worked U a paid lobbyist lor the
Saudi government
The real danger of The Spot-
light lies in its effort to create an
image of respectability by high-
lighting issues of interest to
political conservatives while
simultaneously and sys-
tematically promoting anti-
Semitism and racism. Its self-
righteous logo asserts that it is
"The Newspaper You Can
Trust." To be sure, readers can
trust The Spotlight to
promote hate.
SUPERB CATERED AFFAIRS WITH AN ELEGANT FLAIR
Ze*tt MM- **** '"'d C0UnSe' and SUPf,,,S'n and "nS,t"'
pncfs bteied IH..IJ thi. i.r t.e.su.fd events
PIMM tm BUI GOlDRING^t iM> 865. IS00
Cji*""
PWcll BUI GOll"""*" iujvjiwj.^.
Konpver^c)Hotel
Schmidt and QsMBShsfS Operation lot breakar (Cartoon wolf/NeuOibrckZaitii)
1
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H
Death of Magazine Tolls
Bell for U.S. Literacy
I
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Continued from Page 4-A
we do in all the areas of our con-
temporary hedonistic experience.
Clearly, it is an attempt that
has failed, causing us to abandon
the search for literacy and intel-
lect and to substitute for them
the junk food of electronic in-
formation.
We have failed because we are
impatient with the slow and
demanding process of the intel-
lectual, non-hedonistic experience
and because neither intellect nor
literacy can be born out of the
modern gadgetry of technological
industry, computers for example,
to which we look for all our
panaceas Only information can
be born that way. but it is a very
different thing Information is
the lowest level of a finely-honed
mind.
NEITHER ARE literacy and
intellect a matter of a college
degree; too many college
graduates are among the most
illiterate people I have ever
known. Literacy is a state of
mind, an inquisitiveness. a rest-
less desire to learn and to un-
derstand
There are doubtless things that
life's experience can sharpen. But
ultimately, they are nourished by
the written word studied in tran-
quility The staccato report of a
TV news analyst delivered as an
anliphonal chorus to the clatter
of teletype machines is as foreign
to learning and understanding as
Americans have become to
magazines like Harper's
1 said before that the death of
ILn/n n is an obituary for the
American people The bell tolls
tor us
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We have an extensive menu to choose
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^
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Friday, July 4, i%0
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIOA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 00 I17JFC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re The marriage of
ANTONIO KUNKSTO
GONZALEZ
Husband
and
l.l CILA OONZALJCZ
Wife
TO l.l i'ii.\ 1 iONZALEZ
:\j W Mm Mi.gham
Chicago Hi SOB67
YOI ARE HEREBY notified
thai a Petition loi Dlsaolutlon
M filed
against you and you

olhei
ti the
\ ones LESTER
l.ii'.KI'.s *i
\\\ \.. '... Miami
1 1 .met in.
.1 with the Clerk n( the
. led Court on "i
HI .1 1 N luilll Will 1
-
iTED Urn > day ol lune
lie.li
K1CHARD r BRINKER
i "In K 11I Um I'inuil Court
B) M J Harlnetl
June l.l. W, 17;
July 4 lwsi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 10 ID' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
EACSTINA MERRILL
Petitioner Wife
VI
WILLIAM AIXEN
MERRILL
Respondent Husband
TO WILLIAM ALLEN
MERRILL
Resident In known
Mil ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissoi.l TIon
OF \l kRRIAal .- bi n riled
againal y.sj .ui.i sou ..i>
reojuii ed to sen > 1 "p> ol
written ana we 1 and
.tefenses it any to it on
D \s iki. (iAi.i.i i' Esy

Suit.
.
\ 1. on piamtifl a
..
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1

AITNI
f ti
RICHARD II;
Bj I let
\ -
JUM
.liil\ t I I M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00-OOSOFC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage "t
DIANK H FRYER
petitioner Wife
and
THOMAS I PRYER
Respondent Husband
TO Thomas I Fryer
IKHirrniurw Drive
Weslchesler
Pennsylvania 1B3H0
VOI ARE HKKEBY NOTI
MKli thai an action for I Ms
solution of Marriage has been
filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
aw written defenaea. If any.
to II on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
attorney lor Petitioner, whose
aildiesa Is IMS NW 1S7 Street.
Suite 210. Miami Klonda. and
file the oriicinal with the clerk '
of the above styled court on or
before August 1 lOflO. other .
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the ,
seal of said court at Miami.
Klorlda on thla 18th day of,
June 10*0
RICHARD I' HRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Hade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i ir.-ull Court Seal i
usMl June 77.
July 4. 11. 18. IBM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring to engage In bualneaa
under the flclltioua name of
A M E R I C A W 1 D E IN
SI RANCE INC d b a
AMERICA WIDE EXCESS
SURPLUS INSURANCE at 12
VW 12th Avenue Miami
Klorida. intend to reglater said
name with the Clerk of the
HI Court of I nile i iiunlv
Florida
ABRAM CI.KMKR
TINACIJSMER
(M*J73 June 27.
July 4. :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00-4747
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
I \CK CHKRTOK
1 v. cased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate oi jack chertok
deceased File Number stv
iti.: i- pending in the Circuit
Court lor DADE County,
Florida Probate Division, the
address ol which i- t.i West
I-lag in Street Miami, Klonda
The namei .mil ad
dresses ... tin- personal r>-|>
reaenlallve ami tin- ptTsonal
representatives attorney are
: o. A
\ nli .Mi.I persons .*n-
required to tile with this court
WITHIN HIRKK MONTHS
IIP THE FIRST PI
i cnoN op in \.i
,.i laimi against Ihe
.ii i.\
,m Inter ited pel eon to w horn
. .. ailed that
Will,
I lallfli ,il um- oi the per
,iii\r venue, or
jurtsdli lion of the court
\li Cl. vims ASP OBJ EC
noNs Mir SO FILED wn.i
UK FORE\ ER BARRED
I'ulilii alum of this Notice
ha i gun on June 17 lasu
i raonal Representative
HARVEY CHERTOK
10 Hiittemul I IrtVO
I'earl River N V lH
Vitome) lor Personal
Rcpi c.-nlalive
Russell W (ialhut Ksq
U \I.HI I I M.HI T
II MEN IN I \
no Washington Avenue
Miami He... h Florida 131S
TelephoneOTJ MOO
llrWili June 27 July* iHW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 00 400*
Division 02
IN RE ESTATE OF
RICHARD G Johns, ll
I i.i eased
NOTICE Or
II M1NISTRA1 ON
l h. adminisl ral I ihe
ol RICH M:: H 'UN
OS ; i dei. ... >i
Numb.
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ITON.N No; -ii PILED WILL
h I iRr V ? WARRED
I'm I this N
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l > i sunal Representative
in M \N i UALBI T
a ., Uiington ivenuc
Miami iii-.n h Floi Ida
Miiuiii |i Personal
:. pi senlalive
in ham j Menin Kaq
. m.hi I I. M.HI I
k MENIN. I \
1 Washington Avenue
Miami Boa) h Klorida 3313*
Ti'lephone 073 moo
'">k June 27. July I. rjao
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtlTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In bualneaa
under Ihe fictitious name
IS A Sporting Goods at 0*34
NW ISO St. Hlaleah. Fla
33U15. Intends to register aald
name with the Clark of the Or
cult Court of Dade County.
Klorlda
Uessa A Son. Inc
Owner
Alberto Geaea. Pres
0700. June 27;
July 4. 11 is lOao
NOTICE UNfMM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in bualneaa
under the fictitious name
TOTAL ADVERTISING
AOENCY at 2020 SW let
Street Miami. Florida 33130
intend to reglater said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County. Florida
RauIR OllvaSOpct
Nestor l)e Barooaa. SU pet
<*ok June 27.
July 4. 11. 10. 1000
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE II HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
ilesinng to engage in business
jnder the fictitious name Mar
tinez Kashlona Distributions
at >.*! J Lincoln Kd Miami
Kl. IUM intends to
cgister .-aid name with the
Clark of -he Circuit Court of
1 lade County Klonda
Gabriel Martinez Owner
June 27.
ii\ i ii II low
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 00-001*
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
CARMKI.o ALVAREZ
Husband
ami
l.l CIA AIA AUK/
Wife
in LUCIA ALVAREZ
Resident o Addi
t riknow n
voi ARE HEREBY NOT!
PIED thai .ui action for
Dissolution of M.image has
i filed against you and you
p\ ol
' ,in\
to it .mi ALBERT I- CARRI
CARTE l \ all n ) lor
I'etltlonei wlin-. .i.l.lr.
NW tree! Miami
ind
in iginal with tin th.-
irt on or before
otherw
you lor Ihe t: led In
ion
Thla notice ohall
week ior
foui ronaei utivc weeko in THh".
JEWISH FLORII >\
WITNESS in> hand and the
il >..;.I o..r'. .il Miami
Florida on thla it day oil luns
.-i
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clark Cir.nit I'ourt
I lade I'tMjnty Klorlda
B) 1 leborah G Hess
\- I leput) Clerk
i Cir. uit Court Seal I
Albert I. Carricarle. I' A
:'41 NW 7th Street
Miami Florida .1.1125
i 300 040 7wi?
Attomev foi 1'etilioner
OMHvi June 27.
lul) I, 11 IS 1VWI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No 00 11300)
NOTICE OF ACTION
I IRr i IHEN ..:..!
S till IKN In- if.-
'itlll
'. '.'
SYDM INSMITH
.
- M
A
I .
on \t Mills Ri
:
\ \!
'
. ism and file the
lie Clerl i thil
<*.Hirt either before
plaintiffi attorney or im
mediately Ihareaftei other
. ik'iuuit win be entered
against >ou for the relief
deman WITNESS my hand and
olln lal seal of this Court on
June 19 lW.li
RICHARD I" BRINKER as
Clerk of the Court
By S A Hamer
as Deputy Clerk
wa>72 June 27.
July 4 II is 1000
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 00 *4*3
NOTICE OF ACfJON
DEL FORM INC etc
Plaintiff
CLARA M SANTOS
Defendant
TO CLARA M I \NTOS
ResHtenoi i nknown
VOI IM M'. V M SANTOS
in hereto) notified that s
'omplalnt lo foreclose a
Lin mortgage oil the
ollowing ih'-i ril.ed pro)
O W It
Uol in Block i
\1 \\. ,i i HI] l .1. ording
to the I'l.it thereof ao
recorded li i al Boo*
,,u.
i.. i v. i. County
i
untiff's
I'ATRICI \ M sli VEH r -w
' .

uit Court on or
lay of July
I sou f.n ludg
menl aki i
i you lor the relief
demanded in ih- Complaint
Thi- notice shall be
published once each week for
i i onsea utlva w.-. -
DATED al Dade County
Florida '.In- Mil day of June
ISM
RICHARD P BRINKER
i lerk, Circuit Court
By W Idle HraiLshaw Jr
1 >eput) Clerk
038 June 1.1 jn 27
l.iU 4 IBM!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
na t" rng.ige in business
undel th. flCtltiOUa name of
TACOH DISTRIBI TORB at
numl NW *Ui "" '
in th. i '.u oi Miami r lortda
egistei Hie -.ml
w 1th th. I the
i ii uit court of I Mo Cunn
la
l lated '' Miami ? "la
t
N
.. ik
.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HKB\

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, .
Clerk of
Mans E
lalei v^uint
lune 20.3
July lasii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 00-00*) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the marriage of
RAMON GILBERTO
FONSECA
Drill loner
and
MIRIAM DKI.UADOR
FONSECA
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MIRIAM D R
FONSECA
I'OBI.ADO
HE MACAO I A
i.os AHABOS Cl'BA
YOt ARE NOTIPIED that
an a. lion for dissolution of
marriage haa been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses If any,
lo It on M (JREBER attorney
for I'etitioner. whoae addreaa
la 633 NE 107 SI N M B Fla
33102. on or before August 1.
luxi and file the original with
the clerk ol this court either
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be
entered against you lor the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of Utlo Court onJune 1*
mwi
RICHARD I BRINKER
urt
H Clai Usda Hrown
puts Clerk
IM4B4V4 June 17
J,. ISM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00-00*)
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ROBERTO SOTO
I'rlllloner
and
HILDA SOTO
Respondent
TO HILDA SOTO
370 SW 3 St
Apt 3 I
MIAMI. Fla .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
K1ED that a Petition for Dis
solution of your Marriage haa
been filed and commenced In
thla Court and you are
required lo serve a copy of
your written defenaea. if any.
lo II. on CARLOS M MEN
DKZ Eaq Attorney for
Petitioner, whose addreaa la
20MS W 4th Avenue.
HUI.KAH Klorlda. 33012. and
file the original with the Clerk
of the styled Court on or before
August 1. lOW. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in
Ihe complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week, for
four conaerullve weeks In THE
JEWISH KI.OR1D1AN
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand and the
Oeal of said Court al Miami.
Klorida. on this IS day of June
iaaj)
RICHARD P BRINKER
at <'ourt
ids < 'ouni' .onda
By l-oia h Currier
as inputs Clerk
.,

Hlaleah Florida
ittorno) tor I !iturner
le-tKR
Julv 4 11. II laMI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00 001) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
.-HKKYK1.SHAW
Wife
and
iLFREDOSHAW
Hue band
PU -LFRED0 8HAW
I'ARQI V ZOTLA No Ml
Lima Peru
ARE HEREBY NoTI
that an a. Il.si for Dll
'.ii ol Marriage has been
filed againal ) .*>

lefei i i .
\; BER il '
i \ attome) f.n
,
Miami,
ind fill
Ihe i
'
ekM a
rainst
led in
i 'ion
lhall he
.... h week for
I *.-ek in THE
A II V | l.RIDIA.N
WITNESS m> hand and the
of oald court st
I.FkN Ida 'i\ thi> mih day
oi ii.i. itao
RICH M'.D l BRINKER
\. i ;. circuit Court
Dade Cisinty Klonda
By \ 0 Wade
\ Deputy Clerk
< 'in uit Court Seal i
Albert I. Carmarte P A
2401 NW 7th Street
Miami Klonda 33I2S
.305.6411 7017
attorney lor petitioner
B7I June H
July 4. 11 is lewi
NOTICE OF ACTIOB ~
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00 0140
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ RI I .ii.....
.Ml. Ill \ !\ I \N
IMPBI l I
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I tition
notlci ..
our
> ,n 111)
IE WISH H.orii ii \N
WITNl- S8 my hand and the
eal ol anl court at Miami
Florida on this l das of June
ion
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- < 'lerk Cln uit Court
I iaih Count) Klorida
Hy \ Hark ley
As Deputy Clerk
I'm uit I'ourt Seal i
JAV ITS A KARP
lias id A Karp
iVrti Hi., ay ne Boulevard
Suite 304
Miami Klonda 33137
.3001 370 0313
Attorney for Petitioner
*** June 27
Julie. 11. U. IMP I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case Ne. oa.aoo4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
Adoption of
a minor child
STEVEN L HI l.l .A RD
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JERRY J COI.I.1NOS
RESIDENCE I NKNOWN
YOC ARE NOTIPIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor haa been filed and you
are required lo serve a copy of
your wniten objection if any.
lo il otl BRIAN HRODV KSQ
attorney for Petitioner whoae
addreas is 033 NE 107 St .
N M II Kl 33102 on or before
August 1. 1000 and file the
lal with the clerk of this
iourt eiliier before service on
I'etitioner or immediately
thereafter otherw ise a default
'" l' uBsinai sisj for
I an.led in the
N |>elilion
WITNESS ins fiand and the
i tins I'ourt HT last ot
erkol ihe court
annda Hrown
As 1 'eputs Clerk
Oagaj June 27.
' llv 4 11 It. 1000
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00 7*77 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage ol
Kl.KONORA AI.VARADo
Wile
and
PEDRO AI.VARADO
Husband
TO PEDRO ALVARADO
- ( aile I lriente
No 430
San Salvador
El Salvmdoi
\ oi \rk HEREBI N
FIEI) ii.' u
.iitiun of Mai nagi
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lot Ihe relief da
th. omplalnt or petition
'
ll>ls*.l "III ea. It W e. I '
, utlva weeks in Till-
il- WISH FLORIDIAN
WI rNESS itis hand and th.
ea said I .irt at Miami
Klonda on this 3 day of June
I*."
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk Cir. uit Court
Iia.ie County Klonda
Ms Clarinda Brown
\- Deputy Clerk
Cir. all Court Seal i
Mbert 1. Carricarle P A
.41 NVS 7th Street
Miami Klorida 13125
. SU. 04* 7VI7
Mtomej lor Petitioner
luneejjjj 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
Case No (047 fc
FAMILY DIVISION
he mai riage of
: ll.V BKISTER
IN BHI8TER
u
'.. (TICI I it- %cn< IN
'N BR1STER
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LARD I BRINKER
. .
da Hruw ii
\- I leputy Clerk
June ll .'
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... 4
ioV
--------stoTlfEOF ACT*
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action Ne 00 70)5 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
KDl ARDO LO.NDONO
Petitioner
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ANA CHAUl KNDO
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WASHINGTON (ZINS) In an interview with
.sman Moshe Zhak of the afternoon daily, Ma'ariv,
L'nicw Brzezinski, President Carter's adviser on
jional security, expressed some noteworthy views on
ji-rica s relationship to Israel.
In response to a question bom the journalist as to
St her Israel is regarded as an ally of the United States
merely as one of its "clients.'' Hr/.ezinski's answer
f. "In the case of a major power such as the United
es even a country like Belgium which is a member
[NATO cannot be considered as an "ally." The
lerence in power between nations determines the level
;hr relationship."
Responding to a second question as to whether
hie I is an asset to the United States or a liability.
Ve/inski answered. "With respect to Kgypt. Israel is
jassel. because it helped the United States to influence
ypt to take a pro-American course. The same is not
. however with regards to Saudi Arabia. With
pert to the Saudis. Israel is a liability because a
plem Saudi Arabia is opposed to any ties between
hul and the United States."
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Battle for U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Although the
House of Representatives
defeated his attempts to
have the Carter
Administration move the
U.S. Embassy from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem by
better than a 3-1 vote, Rep.
Philip Crane (R., III.)
served notice in a floor
speech that he will con-
tinue his effort at a time of
his choosing.
He had indicated earlier
that he would seek further
debate this week to
pressure the Ad -
ministration to abide by
the Democratic Party
platform on Jerusalem.
CRANE, who had sought the
Republican nomination for
President and is now backing
Ronald Reagan, brought about a
long debate that found strong
friends of Israel arguing against
his action that included the point
that his proposal would cause the
State Department to close the
U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
without opening one in
Jerusalem
Crane used legislation for the
State Department operational
funds for an amendment that
barred the use of more than
$l.()00 toward expenses of the
American Embassy in Israel
outside of Jerusalem In effect.
this meant insuffiient funds
would 1m" available to maintain
the Embassy in Tel Aviv The
Mouse rejected it 252-80.
Of the 22 Jewish members,
three voted for the amendment
Rep Sidney Vates (I). Ill I and
New York Republicans Menjamin
(iilman and William Green
Among the loi Congressmen not
voting were Heps Martin Frost
ID. Tex I. Elizabeth Holt/man
ill N.Y.I, Ken Kramer (R..
Colo I. Ted Weiss il) N V.l, and
Lester Wolff |D.. N Y I The
oilier 14 Jewish Congressmen
opposed the amendment.
UNUSUAL VOTING marked
the proceedings. Millicent
Fenwick (R.. N.J.I, an ardent
friend of Israel, and Kep Paul
Findley (R Illl. an advocate of
U.S. recognition of the Palestine
Liberation Organization, both
opposed Crane's amendment.
Republican House leader John
Rhodes of Arizona favored it,
while Democratic leader Jim
Wright of Texas did not vote.
Rep. Robert Lagomaraino (R.,
Call, who with Sen. John Warner
(R Val is co-chairman of the
foreign policy unit of
Congressmen for Reagan, also
voted for the amendment. A
majority of the 80 proponents
were Republican.
Crane's amendment waa of-
fered while the Democratic Party
platform writers wrangled over
the plank on the status of
Jerusalem, which they finally
resolved after the Houae had
voted on the Crane amendment.
While some opponents of his
amendment argued it was
politically inspired, Crane
responded that it harmonized
with the Democratic Party's
platform of 1976. The
Republican's platform plank on
Jerusalem for 1980 has not yet
been formulated.
CRANE, who was aided in the
debate mainly by Oilman and
Rep. Robert Dornan (R.. Call.
pointed to the Democratic pledge
on Jerusalem. He said that
"While not in the habit of en-
couraging compliance with the
Democratic platform." he was
"emphatically'' urging both
Democrats and Republicans "to
heed this succinct and persuasive
policy statement."
Oilman said. "It makes no
sense to continue this double
standard of support for Israel
with its capital in Jerusalem
while our Ambassador remains in
Tel A\ \\
Observing that the US has
consulates in Jerusalem" and
Fast Jerusalem.'' Dornan said
this situation is unique in all the
world for U.S. consulates" and
that inside Jerusalem"
Americans are working at cross
purposes The Fast Jerusalem
consulate. Dornan said, "does
not ana war to our Embassy in Tel
Aviv." That is "a dangerous
situation." he said, and
"Upsetting ts* Israeli govern-
ment a lot."
ADDRESSING opponents of
the Crane amendment aa facing
"a brutal decision" on whether a
"vote either way would endanger
Israel," Dornan said, "As a non-
Jew, you do not speak for most
Israelis. They want our Embassy
in their capital city. Period.
However, they are afrid they are
going to be Formosaized,
Nicaragua-ized, Vietnam-ized
and unceremoniously dumped for
oil."
Rep. Stephen Solars (D N.Y.),
who led the opposition, said that
the Crane amendment "really haa
to be one of the most incredibly
irresponsible approaches to an
extraordinarily complex pro-
blem which has ever been put
before this House."
He noted, "no effort was
made" by Crane "to consult with
those members of the House who
have been most closely and
deeply involved in this issue."
SOLARZ ADDED: "Many of
the members may think the
American Embassy should be in
Jerusalem, but we all know that
the Administration is not about
to go in and move the Embassy
to Jerusalem. So what would be
the consequence of this amend
ment? It would not be to move
the American Embassy to
Jerusalem. It would be to close
down the American Embassy in
Tel Aviv, and the last thing any
of us want to do is to close down
the American Embassy
Israel."
in
Hep James Scheuer (D., N.V.I,
while opposing the Crane
amendment, agreed with Dor
nan's criticism of two U.S.
consulates in Jerusalem
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Federation CRC Voices
Concern over Conference
:\
k ..; tht Southeastern Florida Holocaust Memorial (enter, from left to right, art: Or
lham S. Fischler. treasurer; Sitter Trinita Flood, president: Dr. \\ illie ( Robinson, rue
fident. Mrs (ioldie li (ioldstein. executive vice president, and Abraham li Halpern.
ttary.
FLU Campus.
tolocaust Memorial Center Opens
Hit Trinita Flood, president
the recently created
heaslern Florida Holocaust
jrial Center, describes it as
ilv unusual effort to prevent
lind from repeating the
st crime ever committed by
overeign nation against
)ns of helpless people."'
Center is unique iH'tause
lenta <>f the eight college*1
universities in southeast
ia have joined community
sr- in religion, government
lusineaa to educate the
population on what the
hum meant. how it eared
onecience of the world and
it muel never happen again,
|aul
|hh these goals in mind, the
keaat Florida Holocaust
Orial ("enter, opened its
rs on the Bay \ ista Campus
Florida International
(rersily. The (enter was
lized in 1979 and is in
Ition to memorialize the
is of the Holocaust through
Uetory and education.
THK I'KNTKR will collect,
gather and record oral, visual and
written testimony of survivors,
liberators and protectors of the
Holocaust
Kev. I). Wayne Martin, a
Southern Baptist minister added.
"We expect to stimulate public
awareness of and sensitivity to
the Holocasut through education,
remembrance days, special
eventa, library, media coverage
and any other mean- which serve
the ebove purpoee
I ventually, the Center plans to
uae audio and video tapee to
package" program- fur use in
t he school -> stem, t hue
pr<>\ uiing a part ot the
educational tools needed to teach
)h' Holocaust at all grade lev.-1-
These courses will be available to
all school systems
The board Ol directors of the
Southeastern Florida Holocaust
Memorial Center. I DC includes:
Dr. Hugh Adams, president of
Mroward Community College:
Maurice Ferre. mayor of the City
of Miami: Dr. Abraham S.
Fischler, president of Nova
University: Sister Trinita Flood.
president of Barn. College: Mrs.
(.oldie R (ioldstein: Abraham B.
Halpern; Dr. Samuel 7. Jaffe.
senior rabbi of Temple Beth-El
I Hollywood); Prof Valerie G.
Kanouse; Rev I). Wayne Martin.
pastor of the First Baptist
Church of Hollywood
Mao, Dr. Robert McCabe.
president of Miami-Dade
Community College. Rev
Patrick H O'Neill, president of
Biscayne College; Arnold M
Picker; Dr Willie C Robinson,
president of Florida Memorial
College; Dr. Henry King
Stanford, president of the
University ol Miami; Dr
Gregory B Wolfe, president of
Florida international University
and Ms Susan R. Waits, execu-
tive director, ex-off icio.
Mrs. (ioldstein. executive V*M
president of the Center, urges
anyone having information about
survivors, liberators or
protectors living in southeast
Florida to contact her or Ms.
Susan R. Weitz. executive
director, at their offices located at
Florida International University,
Bay Vista Campus.
Imbers of the Young Adult Division of the Greater Miami J{^JieadfratUini.met ?lt!
[the Sheration River House for their installation brunch for the 1980-81 year. Shown (left to
ht) are Milton L. Heller, YAD director; Jeff Friedman, members-large; Santa Milter
ucation Committee chairwoman; Eric Turetsky, vice chairman. Jack H Levine i*u
irman; Sam Rabin, Jr., Membership Committee chairman; Jeff Newman, immediate past
D chairman; Randy Suerdlin. secretary; Fern Blum. Public Relations and Newsletter
xmittee chairwoman; Robert Merlin, Campaign Committee chairman; and Anne Momque
rtavon. Social Committee chairwoman. Also at the event were Scott Barnett. treasurer.
Jot Fassy, Leadership Development chairman; Susan Sirotta. Missions Committee chair-
Vman and Paul Breitner, Social Action Committee chairman.
\JDL Members Arrested in N. F.
!W YORK (JTA) -
arrested five members of
Jewish Defense League after
seized the offices of the
!'w University and the
ican Friends of the Hebrew
srsity in New York. A
man for the 14th Precinct
)wn South said the five were
booked but could not say
iiately on what chargee.
e Jewish Telegraphic
Jcy received a telephone call
:>ut 2 p.m. from a person
identified himself as Dov
tx and said he was a member
JDL. He said the five had
seized the offices a half-hour
earlier to demand the expulsion
of all Arab students from the
Hebrew University unless they
sign a declaration recognizing
Israel's sovereignty over the
"Land of Israel."
BECKER SAID the seven
staff members present at the
office left voluntarily after calling
the police. He said the police had
come, but the JDL group
threatened to smash the office if
they tried to make arrests The
police spokesman told the JTA
that the arrests were made
without injury to anyone. He
could not say whether the office
was damaged.
Becker read a statement to the
JTA which said that "Because
there is overt Arab support for
the Palestine Liberation
Organization on the campus of
the Hebrew University, we are
demanding that every Arab
student must sign a declaration
to the effect that he or she
recognized that the Land of
Israel is Jewish and that the
State of Israel is the State of the
Jewish peopkv If they do not sign
it. they must be expelled.'*
The Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation has mounted a
far reaching campaign to voice its
concern about the upcoming
World Conference of the United
Nations Decade for Women and
the politicization of that con-
ferance against the State of
Israel
Joseph H. Kanter. newly
appointed chairman of the
Community Relations Com-
mittee, announced today that
Liters of protest have already-
been sent to President Jimmy
Carter. Rosalyn Carter, who is
heading the United State-
delegation to the Conference.
Secretary of State Fdmund
Muskie. United Nations
Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim. and the entire Florida
Congressional delegation
The Conference, to be held in
Copenhagen from July 11 to 30,
has been designed to review at
the half-way point the progress of
the United Nations Decade for
Woman which began with an
initial conference in Mexico City
in 197:.
Although the original con-
terence set as its goal the
monitoring of the condition of
women throughout the world
regarding health, education, and
employment, elements in the
Arab block succeeded in
politicizing that conference to the
extent that it adopted a
resolution equating Zionism with
racism.
The Copenhagen Conference
will be a repeat performance of
the 19".r) events in Mexico City.
Kanter said, if the Arab block
succeeds in turning the
proceedings into an anti-Israel
carnival by the discussion of its
document: "'Effects ol Israeli
Occupation on Palestinian
Women Inside and Outside the
(Occupied Territories
The document was prepared by
the Economic Commission of
W.-tern \sia. (ECWA). a body
established in IS73 under the
aegis ol the United Nation, which
excludes Israel from its mem-
bership while admitting the
Joseph Kanti r
Palestine Liberation
Organization in blatant violation
ut the United Nations Charter
restricting membership in I N
bodies to so* ereign states
The ECWA report has been
shown to contain gross inac-
curacies It is violently anti-
Israel throughout.' banter said
And. in fact, it makes only the
slightest pretense ot addressing
the problem- of women
The protest letters signed by
K.inter and (ireater Miami
Jewish Federation President
Harry \ Levy urges action on
the part ol the United States
Government and the United
Nation- to prevent the sub-
version ol the purposes nt the
Conference and the loss ol an
unique opportunity to effectively
examine the pressing issues faced
b\ women today.
In addition. Kanter said, the
$200,000 United State- con-
tribution designed to underwrite
the cost ol the conference will
have been wasted and devoted to
subsidizing a massive anti-Israel
propaganda show against this
country's most faithful ally in the
Middle East
Israelis Dominate in
Several Musical Fields
By CARL ALBERT
HAIFA At one time Israel's
major claim to fame in the
musical world was based on the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
While that body still enjoys an
enviable international reputation.
the center of gravity is shifting to
a group of individual musicians,
products of Israel, who have in
very recent years come to be
recognized as the top leaders in
their fields.
Indeed, their domination at
concerts. individually and
sometimes collectively, is so
obvious that some circles refer to
them as the Kosher Xostra. the
Israel Mafia of the musical world
A review of their careers and
their influence is presented by
Dov Atzmon in a recent issue of
the Israel daily. Yediot Ahronot.
JEWISH PROMINENCE in
music has always been
pronounced. Atzmon notes. The
leading violin virtuosi of recent
times have been Jascha Heifetz.
Bronislaw Huberman. David
Oistrakh, Yehudi Menuhin.
Nathan Milstein. Mischa Elman.
Isaac Stem and there are
many others. Today the top
positions are being taken over by
younger Israelis, chief among
them Yitzhak Perlman and
Pinhas Zuckerman.
Almost all of them began earlv
as child prodigies. Perlman
showed musical talents at age 3.
Despite a case of severe polio at
4. which left him partially
paralyzed, he went on to play
with a school orchestra at 7. radio
soloist at 11. and an appearance
in 1958. at the age of 13, on the
Fd Sullivan show in New York.
From there he went on to the
Juillard School, prizes, concerts,
and stardom.
Zuckerman was also
"discovered"' young, had many
difficulties, and finally emerged
as one of the giants. A third
member of the group is Daniel
Barenboim. a pianist All of them
play other instruments as well.
and some have established
-eputations also as conductors.
Their recordings are always
issured of success. They are in
onstant demand and can
tactically fix their own terms for
heir appearances
THE JOKING reference to the
srael Mafia includes also
. ladimir Ashkenazi. a Jewish
migrant from Russia, and Zubin
.lehta. originally from India
Though not Jewish. Mehta has
been strongly linked to Israel
ever since he rushed here to
conduct the Israel Philharmonic
when another foreign guest
| conductor backed out at the last
Continued on Page 6-B
"ejewislh Floridian
Miami. Florida. \ Friday. July -4. 1980
SECTION B


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-MnistikiiJinr
Awards Presented at Hillel Day School JVS Elects G. Bernstein
Awards, whuh tn compleu
surprise to students and parents,
were presented by Marshall
Badtuch, executive director, at
graduation exerciaea at The
Samuel Scheck Hillel Community
Daj School on June 12
The Dennis Kamilv Award for
achievement in Hebrew
Lan^uap' (Safal. endowed by l)r
and Mrs Joel B. Dennis in honor
of their children, was presented
to Evelyn Solomon; The Knms
and Kampf Award for ex-
perimentation in science, en-
dowed by Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Knnis in honor of their parents,
was presented to Shepard
Koster; The Max H. Ginsberg
Memorial Award for ac-
complishment in Biblical Studies
(Chumash). endowed by Dr. and
Mrs. Ira Ginsberg, was awarded
to Kena Wolowitz.
Also. The Herbert Gold
Physical Kducation Award for
participation and sportsmanship
in sports activities, endowed by
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Gold, was
presented to Jeffrey Kngel and
Rena Wolowitz: The Hillel Art
Award for performance and
talent in art. was presented to
Ratsheva Lederman; The Hillel
PTA Literature Award for
original creative writing, en-
dowed by Hillel PTA. was
awarded to Rena Wolowitz. The
Hillel Social Studies Award for
excellence in American History,
endowed by Dr. and Mrs Lee
Duffner. was presented to Rona
Lang.
And. The Elizabeth Weiss
Judaic History Memorial Award
for excellence in Judaic History,
endowed by Dr. and Mrs
Laurence Weiss, was awarded to
Rena Wolowitz: The Benjamin
and Bessie Krassow Memorial
Award for appreciation of and
talent in Music, endowed by their
children and families Dorothy
Gruen. Ralph Krassow. Danny
Krassow. Irene I'ngerand Lynda
Magle. was presented to Joey
Zemel for participation and Ror>
Dubin for talent
The Michael and Shoahana
Jivilik Memorial tward for
excellence in the stud) ol Dimm
ilawi. endowed by Mr and Mrs
Shlomo Ziv. was presented to
Evelyn Solomon ami Shephard
Koster; The Samuel Mestel
Memorial Award (or excelk
the study of Navi (Prophets),
endowed by Mr and Mrs U ,.\ n.
Lang, was awarded to Rona
Lang; The Fannie Kotkin and
Max Dubin Memorial Award for
excellence in mathematics, an
dowed by Mr. and Mrs Gary
Dubin. was presented to Renee
Gaudineer: The Bertie Kuttler
Memorial Award for general
scholarship, endowed by Dr. and
Mrs. Miles Kuttler. was
presented to Shepard Koster
The Samuel Scheck Memorial
Award for outstanding
citizenship, endowed b) Mi
Mr- Michael Scheck. was
presented to Shephard Koster:
I he I- lizabeth Wi isa Men i
\ward for creativitj and com
position in language srts, en-
dowed 0} i'r and Mrs I
Weiss, was presented to Rona
Lang and nor) Dubin; The
Cantor Michel ^ u-elman
Memorial Sward for outstanding
participation in prayers liturg)
(Tafilal. endowed 0) Mr and
Mrs Morton B Zemel wai
presented to Shepard Koster
The Jewish War \ iKerans
Eaaay Award preaanted by
Commander Rubin Shapiro.
Point Eaat Post No US, was
presented to Mike Befogorodaky:
Most \ aluable Players Inter
School Sports league award*,
went to Jeff Kngel for football.
Shepharxl Koster for softball and
Javier Goldman for soccer
New ARMDI Chapters
Organize in Area
Mob Schwartz. ARMDI
Southeast District director, has
announced that three new
chapters of the American Red
Magen David for Israel have
been suited in the Miami area
The new chapter. Ahava -
Kreedman. in the Miami Beach
area, has been formed under the
leadership of Murray Kaye of
Winston Towers Other officers
are Charlotte Bieder. secretary,
and Irving Bieder. treasurer
Initially, more than 50 persons
have joined the chapter A
membership dance, featuring a
live band is set for Sunday. July
Li. at the Winston Towers social
hall
A new chapter has been formed
in North Miami Beach under the
name Admiral's Port Chapter
The new chapter is under the
leadership of Oscar Nadel,
pn-uient. Kmanuel Berlatsky.
Secretary and Mrs Belle luck.
new chapter will
Admirals Port
treasurer The
meet at l he
Condominium
A third chapter has been
formed at the Gatewa) House in
North Miami Beach, under the
leadership ol MexanderSali The
Gateway House has been
responsible lor two emergent \
ambulances to Israel in the pasl
due tO the work ol \le Sab and
the many contributors at the
Gateway House
\KMI>1 Chapters work to
assist the Magen David tdom
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ol 1 in- supp '.hi'
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[nternational I nion, Local 657,
Miami

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cquipmi nperatoi
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ninnies From sales ol Israel
llonds around lh< world have
Greenfield just returned from
Cedars' Teen Volunteer Program
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\i ielegation
to spent
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Honda Region H'nai
\h louth Organization board
Irectore announces the ap-
tmi-nt ol Howard S. Feinberg
..--..stant Florida region
tor
iginally h"orn New York
Feinberg is moving to
ii from Knoxville. Tenn .
he was a tcbool social
ler He holds a master of
Ice degree in educational
C ho logy and counseling
tinberg has had a number of
>f experience in working
teenagers as a school social
ter: four years as waterfront
ttOT at Camp B'nai B nth.
he has served as an AZA
Her advisor He also taught
hruirn I)
Ministry of Finani I
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Sundaj School at Haelu Amuna
Synagogue in Knox> die
Feinberg and his wife, Jill, will
he returning to Miami to let up
residency in mid-August after
Serving as leaders lor 40 BBYO
memlMTS on a six week lour of
Israel.
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Center has kicked ofl a teenage
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timed pi \ iding sup-
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exposing teenagers to varii i
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volunteer team
Cedars volunteers choose the
Hadassah Barbecue
On Saturday. July llJ. thai
Chapter ol Hadassah will hold its
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at the home of F.mmunuel and
Doroth) Sponder For in-
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Sydelle Blati Heads Opti-Mrs. Club
Mrs. William (Sydellel Blatt
has been elected president of the
Opti-Mrs. Chib of Miami Beach
The installation will be held at
Jimmy DeNicola s Grist Mill at
The Hemispheres in Hallandale.
Sunday iept 7 at 6:30 p.m
William Blatt will be installing
officer He is a charter member oi
North Shore Optimist Club. wa.
their vice president and has been
program chairman tor 20 years
Mrs Sydney (Lillian! Olkin.
past president, will be chair-
person for the evening An
original skit will be written and
narrated by past presidents. Mrs
Murray i Mickey! Sonnett and
Mrs (iene llk-rnicel Troop.
Mrs Blatt was an active
memlvr and board member in the
theatrical women's group
Props, which gives thousands of
dollars to cancer and other
worthy causes She was also
active in the American Cancer
Society and Hadassah.
Mrs Blatt is a charter member
of Opti-Mrs. and has been an
active member of the board for
the past nine years. She has been
second vice president and first
vice president, and Honor Card
chairperson for five years. She
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was liaison for Montanar Clinica
School for three yean
Other officers elected are \ ice
Presidents. Mrs Martin I Esther)
Sterner and Mrs Arthur
(BeverlyI Hornreich Treasurer,
Mrs. Harold (Fas' Miller
Recording Secretary. Mrs Paul
(Thelmal Blumberg:
Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.
Parry (Charlotte) Chester Social
Secretaries. Mrs. Julius
(Dorothy l Miller and Mrs.
Arthur (Kdith) Leibowit/
Congressmen Cable Appeal
To Soviet Leader Brezhnev
NEW YORK UTAI -
Twenty-four members of
Congress sent cables to Soviet
President Leonid Brezhnev on
behalf of two Jews who may be
executed this week for "economic
crimes," according to the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
Rafael Adzhiashvill. 49. from
Tblisi. and Mamed Abasov from
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Baku were sentenced to death in
August 1978 for the alleged
stealing of factory surplus textile
for resale
THE NCSJ, which is urging
public officials to send off appeals
immediately, has received rumors
that the men may already be
dead. according to a
spokesperson, but these are
unconfirmed We're going on
the assumption that they're still
alive.' the spokesperson said
Among those sending appeals
were Sens. Robert Dole (R .
Kans.l. Kdward Kennedy il>
Mass I and Carl I-e\m (I) .
Mich), and Reps Stephen Solarz
(D N.Y.I, Kdward Stack (D .
Fla.I. Richard (Hunger (D.. N.Y.I
and Henry VYaxman ID., Calif I
The sentened men went on trial
with 53 co-defendants all but
sight ere Jewish Although the
prosecutor asked for sentence- ol
10-15 years for all of the
defendants, four received death
verdicts. Two of the four con-
demned Jews. Gabriel Seplash\ ill
and Ilya Mikhalshvill. had their
sentences commuted for IS years
in jail after appealing to the
Supreme Soviet in the USSR
Vout/l AdvlSOr needed to work
with children ages 9-12 Septem
be' June one night weekly Tern
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The board of directors are
Mmes Jonas (Claire' Brotman.
William iDorothyl Carme'..
Bennett lAnitai Chsmas, Edwin
(Normal Henif. Sam I Beatrice
Hindi. Harold Uriel Hi
iRoalynl Hurwii Robert
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thl Katt. Stanle\ (Normi
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David il.illian Levine, R-
Barbaral Miller, Milton
Olkm. Sydney d.illiani Olkii
Melvin (Geril Peters, Louis
(Irene! Pflser, Lee I *nnel Pines.
Jack (Helenl Segal Murra>
i Mickey I Sonnett. S>dne>
,i Sti iael, Gene iBaatrice
Troop, Benno iMiUiel W ebster.
Lawreno (MurielI Waston and
honorary hoard member Daniel
i Peppy I Field- Flaxman
The Opti-Mrs Club ol Miami
Beach maintains scholarships i
emotionally disturbed children st
The Montanari School in Hialaah
as wall as provide- tor the
children at Alpha House
Children and Adolescent Unit
in the South Florida Stale
Hospital. Teenage Living Center.
Children's Day Can' (enter
American Children Home
Society The club also donates
money to mental health. Haven
School and Channel 2 The club
also sponsors the Opti Miss
Service Club in Miami Reach
High School
Families of Pr ami Mrs Mile- F. Kuttl,
Mi, hat I Sehech of North Miami H-
Washington. I)( where they met with their n
Congress Hdl Lehman The Congress/nun's *
. eral tours including a visit to the //.
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cently returned from a
tjAlediterranean cruise jusl in time
^JD overcome their jet-lag and then
__aring their way to los Angeles for
the graduation of daughter.
arcy Miller i.<-uis who received
r diploma from Southwestern
Law School, adding that degree
, to her Master's in Judicial
Administration which she had
earned at I'.S.C. The arrival of
x the Millers touched off a week
long celebration, including a
formal party in the new at-
torney s honor at the Kscoffier
>m of the Beverly Hills Hotel,
"and a few days later another gala
for friends and family at the
lundarm where everyone feasted
la Oriental.
Then, continuing their travels.
the Millers flew to Las Vegas for
Several days of a different kind of
xcitement before returning
home, but not for long. Trip 3
took them to Cleveland, their
hometown, where they attended
the 45th reunion of Bess's High
School Class on June 21 Another
brief return home, and then it
was off to Clearwater. Fl., to
spend the 4th of July with son
Ron and his family.
Seniors happy with their
diplomas include Joel, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Pasternack. who
graduated from the University of
Rochester Medical School; and a
quartet from the University of
Florida: Cynthia Heilig. whose
*Jegree is in education: Richard
NjLipton. a chemistry major:
"Caryn Wolf, whose field is
graphic design; and Neil, son of
Mrs. Charlotte Rom and the late
Rev. Nathan Ross.
Just starting on the long road
to graduation is Danny, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Krop, who
has been accepted to the
University of Miami Medical
School on the Junior Honors
ledical Program
Scrumptious lunch and chatter
if summer plans, among other
topics, made for an exceedingly
pleasant few hours June 23 for
ome 10 guests in Rose
LiraVrmsn s handsome apart-
ment.
Seated clockwise around the
hostess at the luncheon table
were Sara Stepner Stein. Sandi
Gritz and Gert Samuels, who is
contemplating a trip to Australia
in the Fall to visit her son. That's
26.000 miles what a jet-lag!
Then there were Rose Jan-
shaw. Barbara Burk. and Emily
Cirlin. who is repeating a trip she
took several years ago which
called for an encore because she
enjoyed it so much. Crossing the
Atlantic on the S.S. Victoria.
.first stop will be Madrid, then a
leisurely cruise on the
Mediterranean where they will
put in at many of the (ireek
Islands Longest stop will be on
the Island of Majorca where a
new hotel, the Palace Athena,
promises the ultimate in luxury.
Listening intently, seated to
the left of Sue Berkowitz. was
,('harlotit- Rosenberg, Sue. who
will be rubbing shoulders with
lebrities, has been invited to
in a three-week "Caravan to
Israel and Egypt" sponsored by
the American Friends of Hebrew
University. Although this will be
her sixth trip to Israel, it will be
I her first with fellow travelers
such as Dinah Shore, Steve
Lawrence and Edye Gonne. On
July 3. Sue joins the group
coming from Los Angeles in New
* York City where they will be
[ feted that night at a "Getting to
K^Know You" dinner at Gotham's
I ihi chi El Morocco.
As if all this wasn't exciting
"*-"
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lor her ardent support of in-
numerable charitable
organizations, was even more
enthusiastic about her second
piece of news she has become a
"lady-banker!" Elected a vice
president of the Hebrew Free
Ian Association in charge of
credit, she is looking forward to
extending a helping hand to
those who need one.
Final resume of the day came
from pretty Karen Liederman.
daughter of the hostess. She has
been leaching school since her
graduation from the University
of Miami not too long ago, and
this coming term will have the
six-year-old first graders at
North Beach Elementary come
September. An art major before
switching her career. Karen uses
that talent to make learning for
the little ones more palatable by
using visual aids and figures,
especially around the holidays.
Bob Levy and Roberta were
among those recently invited to
the buffet luncheon and work
session with President Carter at
the White House for discussions
on the ERA. .
Harty Baruch. Past
Everything at South Miami Elks
l-odgv. was elected president of
the Florida State Elks
Association at its convention in
May .
More honors for Aaron
Podhurst. Temple Sinai
president. He has been elected to
the Hoard of Governors at the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, and to the Board of the
(ireater Miami Jewish
Federation.
A little news on sports: Susan
Slavin. who plays champion
caliber golf, had her picture
featured in the Sports Section of
The Miami Herald: and David
Israel won a special recognition
award in the Fort Lauderdale
Heart Run. receiving the plaque
in a ceremony conducted by the
Ft. lauderdale City Commission
Golden wedding anniversaries
for Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund
Schermer on June 15; for Lil and
Sam Schwartz, for Adeline and
Sydney Pasternak who
celebrated on June 26; and for
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seeienfreund.
They all make it seem so easy.
It's silver bells for the Harry A.
Levys who reached the 25th
plateau on June 19: and just six
for William and Jennie Gold-
fischer .
A great-grandson. Andrew, for
Mrs. Betty Norwich, and a
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Landa. but way ahead of
them is Mrs. Ceil Pfeffer who has
announced the marriage of her
granddaughter. However, all in
mod time
Although they usually meet to
make plans to further the cause
of cancer research, it was a purely-
social gathering hosted by Hilda
I Mrs. Charles) Gertler on June
25. Here again the chit-chat
around the luncheon table ac-
cented summer plans, family
activities and other personal
matters Party guests included
Bobby (Mrs. Lester! Perle and
her mother, Goldie Collier,
members of a pioneer South
Florida Family. Also Anne King,
Carole Reisen. Mildred Stanton.
Lil Solomon. Jane Komanaky.
who is a member of 53
organization boards, participates
actively in all of them, and gets
to her various activities via bus;
Ethel Allen. Harriet Waxman.
Lilian Perlman. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Moak, the peppiest 82 and
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Mrs. Beldner
Heads
JF&CS Board
Mrs Leonard Beldner was
elected president ol the Jewish
Family and Children s Service for
the year I960 1981 St the June
meeting ol the board of directors
Other officers elected for the
coming year were Walter C.
Ko\ ner and Joe \ Lnger. \ ice
presidents. Mrs Eugene K. Katz,
treasurer; Dr \1el\m L Becker,
assistant treasurer; and Mrs
David Samuels, secretary
In addition, the following
members of the Imard of directors
were re-elected for three year
terms expiring May (963 Mrs
Eugene R. Kat/.. Donald E.
Lefton. Maurice Psvlow, Samuel
S. Smith and Harold Tannen.
Elected to the board of
directors for a one year term
expiring May 1981 were: Mrs. I.
Joel Amstell. Donald Friedman,
Robert M. McClaskey. Jr.. Mrs.
Aaron Podhurst and Mrs. Edgar
Schraub.
Other members of the board of
directors are: Norman L. Baum.
David P. Catsman. Walter S.
Falk. Mrs. Richard Furman. Mrs.
Burton B. (loldstein, Mrs. David
Kirsh, Irvin Korach, Sidney
Lefcourt. Albert H. N ah mad.
Mrs. Bernard Nemeroff, Jeffrey
E. Newman. Mrs. Emanuel
Papper. Mrs. Emanuel Pollack.
Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs Morton
Silberman. Arnold J. Stern.
Harold Thurman and Michael
Weiss.
The JPCS is supported
through the (ireater Miami
Jewish Federation and United
Way of Dade County and
provides counseling services to
the Jewish community. Leon I)
Fisher is the executive director.
'Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro of
Hollywood will appear on "The
Jewish Worship Hour" on
Sunday. July 16. on Channel 10
at 8 a.m.
Dr. Julian Rickles, tleft) Department of Surgery, Mount Sinai
Medical Center, presents a plaque from the International
College of Surgeons to Dr. Harold Click, president of the
medical stuff and chairman. Medical Executive Committee
The College awarded the plaque in recognition of the support
by the medical center and its surgeons to the 1979 United
States Section annual meeting
Twelve children and teenagers of Temple F.manu-F.l. directed
by artist. Trixie Levin, saluted ORT in the musical recieiv.
100 ORT Years Ago." Pictured Heft to right) standing. Jerry
Hollo. Joel Lallouz, Shari Holbert Sitting tleft to right).
Remma Shapiro. Alan Segall. Jennifer Dormer, (ara Walker.
Linda Holbert. Howard Justin. Not shown: Jennifer Richards,
narrator.
Bet Breira Elects Officers
Congregation Bet Breira has
elected the following officers for
1960-81:
President: Dr. Lawrence E.
Stein; Vice Presidents: Naomi
Ulster. Michael Tryson and
Marilyn Hershowitz. Secretary:
James Green. Treasurer: Tom
Weidenfeld; and Financial
Secretary: Ben Feinswog.
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Miss Rachel Robin Strait,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Eli
Streit of Charleston. S C., be-
came the bride of Dr. Robert
Elliott Peyser, son of Mr and
Mrs Stanley Peyser of Ray
Heights, Miami, in a ceremony
June 22
A reception followed at Brith
Sholom Beth Israel. Charleston.
Matron of honor was the
bride's sister. Mrs. Howard
Stein, and maid of honor was
Miss Lois Stratos Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Henry Spira. the
groom's sister; Dr. Roberta
Rubin Streit. the bride's sister-in-
law; Miss Carrie Corral. Mrs.
Alan Treibitz and Mrs. Michael
Rickoff. Flower girl was Miss
Meridith Spira. the groom's
niece.
The groom's grandmother.
Mrs. Tillie Paul of Miami Reach
was a member of the wedding
party.
Rest man was Dr Henry Spira.
the groom's brother-in-law. and
ushers were Mr. Buddy Streit,
the bride's brother; Mr. Howard
Stein, the bride's brother-in-law:
Mr Sam Pinosky. Dr. Harold
Tannenbaum. Dr. A lie Marcadis
and Dr. Michael Rickoff.
Ringbearer eraa Mark Stein, the
bride's nephew
The bride wore a gown of white
silk organza with seek pearl
embroidery' on alencon lace.
empire bodice and court train.
The bride and groom and their
families were entertained at an
engagement party given bj the
groom's aunt and uncle. I)r and
Mr- David Pinoak) ol Coconut
Grove, and a w ash ol pre-wedding
festivities, given by the bride's
relative- and friends in
Charleston
\mong events were .i Shabbos
Segal-Kaiman
Mr- Robert /*> ) u t
dinner given by the bride's aunts
and uncles. Mr and Mrs Moses
Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs S.
lrwin Goldberg; s rehearsal din
net given at Charleston's Colony
House by the groom's parents:
and additional brunches, lunches
and dinners by friends and
relatives of the bridss's parents
The bride attended the
University of Georgia, where she
was a member of Delta Phi
Epsilon sorority \ graduate of
the University of Florida, she i-
employed by Delta Airlines
The bridegroom graduated
from Coral Gables Senior High
School and received his
bachelor and medical degrees
from Emory University and
Medical School He was a
member of Tan Kpsilon Phi
fraternit)
\ft.r a tnp in San Francisco
t he couple will live in
Washington, DC. where I >r
Pi \ mi will begin hi- residenc) in
ophthalmology .it Washington
Medical 'enter
Community Corner
The public will get a "sneak preview of the new Dade County
Zoo on July 4. 5 and 6 during the opening of I pre\ icw center
The 25-acre center will open with 11 exhibits featuring tigers.
orangutans, wildebeests, ibex, gibbons and zebras I he coo is
located ofl Coral Reel Drive and S\V 117th \\e (>n Julj 4 and
every weekend and holiday thereafter, the ZOO will be open to the
public from 10 a.m. to 5 p m
Mount Sinai Medical Center announces a free nil Sfionion
"Stop Smoking Clinic The next SSBBJOn starts July 14 at 3
p.m. in the hospitals Chernin Auditorium. Advance registration
ifl necessary for this American Cancer SocietJ sponsored clinic
\ dn\e is now underwa) to recruit over l.ooo volunteers to
work with retarded individuals, people with emotional
problems, elderly shut-ins, children in foster care, youths in
trouble with the law and many Others ol the more than JiKi.IMM)
lien is nt the I tepartmenl ol Health and Rehabilitative Services
m Dade, Broward and Monroe counties
Vnyone who i- interested in assisting counselors, signing"
inr tlif deaf, adopting a grandparent. impro\ ing conditions
through advocacy, being a spe< ial friend to trouble*! children or
assisting in a variet) of other ways can call HHS Client
Support Ser% ices
American King ol Swing" Benny (ioodman will [K-rtorm in
concert with the Florida Philharmonic on Saturday. July 5. at
- p in it Miami Marine Stadium on Rickenbacker Causawa)
Concerts in the Pops by the Hay series continue ever)
Saturday night through Aug. 9.
Unusual dinner group at Tuttle's in the Charter Club, boated
by Janet and Leo Cowan of Miami Beach, included four
generations: their son's wife. Sheri; her mother. Barbara Mazur;
Barbaras mother. Lea Segal: and Sheri's baby, the Cowans
grandchild. Brooke. Janet is lively arts editor of WIOI) and
Al A. a post she's held since 1970.
Voters Incorporated will have another Town Hall Meeting
on Tuesday evening. July 8, in the auditorium of the
Washington Savings and Ix>an Association, at 1234
Washington Ave Miami Beach. The time is H p.m.
This open to the public meeting will lie moderated by Henry
Levy, president of Voters Incorporated. Guest speakers are
Dade County Commissioner Clara Oesterle. Former Circuit
Court Judge Alfonso C. Sepe and Former Vice Mayor of Miami
Beach Elayne Weisburd.
The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation announces the sponsorship
of a professional Coin and Stamp Show at Cutler fudge Mall
Miami, on Sunday. July 13. between noon and 5 p.m. with
exhibitions throughout the entire Mall The show helps support
diabetes research
Mrs Jeffrey Gn i i
Abmmovritz-
Greenberg
Miss Reena T Abramowit/
daughter of Habbi and Mrs
Mayer Abramowitz, wa- married
June 1 at Temple Menorah to
Jeffrej E Greenberg, -on of Mr
and Mrs Martin Greenberg ol
Hay Harlxir
Reena Is I graduate of > .1-'
Western Reserve in Cleveland
whetr she received her H\ in
psycholog) Sin has a master -
from Tufts University in Boa)
Present!) she is enrolled in
Ph D program at the 1 niversit)
ot Miami .tmi is a research
a--. iaU .it t hi Mailmai I
lor child Jeffrej attended the University
ol Florida, when- he was Pbi
Beta Kappa
presi nil) .i tourth y
student al the I ni\ i rsil \
Miami
Out-of-town guests mi
cousins Mr and Mrs
K.it tin and SI ilui ei
from 1 srael. um It J
Abramowiu and cousin Ph
AbramowiU from Sew ^ rk Mr
and Mrs 1 >a\ id K >aowsl
Bosti in and Hym
Costa Hi ,i
The couple will Bay
Harbor Island
At the recent dinner ho
by Florida I ri, nds
Lubai itch, Robert Pr.
' tht )
Leadership An an!
> ommitment to the upgrading
Jewish life on Florida
campusi As an alumnus
the I nil ersity of Miami,
/'; "-' has assisted the
( habad Center tht n
Guest Speakers
at Temple Judea
July 4 services at Temple
Judea will be conducted b\
Arnold Coonin with a sermon bj
Steven Wheat man and solo b)
Morns Hichman
On July 11, pulpit guest will be
rge Bernstein and soloist R
Berman Juij :- l ., |yn Black-
man; July 25. Mit.hel Horwich;
and Aug 15, Gerald Kogan
Miss Natalie Sue Segal and
.lav Kaimaa Siafe married June
,t Helh David Congn'gation
I'h. bride Chose to Ot married
with the ring worn by her
maternal great -grandmother at
the candlelight ceremony
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs Ira Segal of Miami
I hi groom is the son of Mr and
Mrs Marvin Kaiman of Pen
s.l,
Miss Janet Segal served as
maul ot honor for her sister Mr
David Kaiman served as bast
man (or his brother BridsamSidl
included Miss Kita Nemitofl
Miss Ellen Roesnfisid and Mrs
Rebecs Shalom Serving a?
uahers were Mr Man Segal, Mr
Bruce Sholk, and Mr Dame
1 delmsn Man Melt/er srsj
flower girl, and Morne Safer WSjI
the ring bearer \ reception anc
dinner followed the ceremony
bride wore a traditional
organ/.i gown with a chantill)
me Her high neckline had
a cameo insert with a fitted
bodice and full A line skirt, with
multi-tierred flounce and at
;! tram I'ht faeef
bishop sleevi wss chsntilly lace
with a -nug fitted cult of match
ing lb r two la-rred
fingertip veil had a cap of
bodice and
ad w ith -mall s ,i
iris
ed her n asjter's
w in i lucation
the Ci f Fl rids
' at the
s, bechter
-
from the
- nool ol
ling
ll.
S -or
i niversit)
Services [k ol the
V nist ^ outh
:
.i- a staff pr for I he Unit
Syi i. kue .th I srael
Mrs In\ h,.
Pilgrimage Tour

Bd% isor for l( : |grte|
Synagogue in Gainesv Mr
Kaiman is current iv
advertising statt ol
Publishing Corporal
\!lT a ho in \ :
Island. Nassau, tht ...
Ive m the Briar H
Miami
Oua-of-town gu<
Mr and Mrs Sidni
Rod Hank N .1 I
KavoB, New York '.'-.
Charlotte Singer I
Calif Mr ami Ml
Meiater, Orlando
Harry Fi-h. Pen
and Mrs
i.i kaonville Mi
atfi Ka n u
Hank N.J ; Mr ll
ami Mrs I
Penaacols; Mr- \
and Mr R.,,
-.H nl.i Mi ii d
man, Jacksom ilk
1 >a\ id taonaon, Pi i
|< i Kiis.-iitu'ki snd ''
Mesh, Caraopoli- Ps
Mr- i ht\ id Baron S
and Mrs Da\ id i
\llgiles
rship and fund-rm
Piom M om>
ttion h
h W f tl.....>;,;!<
' Harriet president /' ..,
- ,.".
'; national / South FL
1 percent th,
1979 90 season / -
i \fare, health
.
Israelis Dominate in Music
Continued from Pagr I H
moment on the threatening eve of
Sis Daj w ,n
How does it happen that I
produces mj talented
musicians? I he anawer probably
In- in a combination ol reasons
one thing we cannot ignore
the roll- ol i transmit l
from one generation loanotherol
our people rhe discover) of sari)
musical abilit) ma) be due in
the ambition- ol
lewisn psranu though oh
vioual) not everj infant tiddler
turns out to be a IVrlman
rthermon the promise of a
reservoir ol inspired musk
if.n her- in isr.i.i sasblse propat
development and training of the
young musicians
Mid finally, the a\.,,labilit\ of
Is both from generous donors
from public bodies to Bponaor
isaurea that
IS '- not los, though we
Ol .our-,- My** know what
brilliant taJanii remam.il
fon mi latent and undi-
I \\t GRI iTESI
regret hare is thai i
retain all its musical
countrj i- simpl) '
asrvs as cantei
tsmational musk i
twent) talented I
ductora now fa
orrheetras la man)
world Israel would
bean abls to pn
tor th<
J
(Misit urns
opjmrtunities h.
and the (man. ial n
limited
\nd s,, ,t happeni I
has become the nurtunni
for the BSja gen. ISl
musicians whose
todaj enriching cull
major rnstropoliaes
Fortunately our DSl
...me home frequents
their talents with u- -
two have return. I
t.. de\..te ihomsahrirr
teaching. BO the>
maintain th.
the musical world


VI it
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Latin 'Baile' Held for Jeurish Home
More than 200 members of the Latin community and hoard
numbers attended the first "Hade." or dinner-dance, held by
the Latin Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aged at the Omni International Hotel Together at the
event were theft to right): Dr. Charles Beber, board member
and medical director of the Home. Judge Irving Cypen,
chairman of the hoard of the Home, Joyce Beber; Dorita
Feldenhreis, chairman of the Hade, board member ami ria
president of the Latin Auxiliary; Solomon Garazi, hoard
member and president of the Latin Auxiliary, and Arthur
[a> "eurlman. a i ice president of the Home
*
Enjoying the Hade' acre (left to right) Arthur /',
vice president of the Home; .lack Chester, who '
president for fundraising of the Latin Auxiliary, an
Hirt, executive director of the Home.
an nan. a
es is vice
a 1 .,{ H
Solomon (lanui. president of
the Latin Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged.
discusses the group's goal to
identify ami meet the needs of
the Latin Jewish elderly
population in Daile County.
with those attending the
Baile.'
Local Yeshiva Students Are Honored
Rabbi Elinor Wenger <>f
Landow Yeshiva announced that
five studenta have ban inducted
into the Sodet) of Distinguished
American High School Student*
Studenta awarded this honor
include Max I.ichy. Shari
Hurstyn, Konit Bakar. Corinne
Bern himol and Jud) Balgle>
The Society tapped Lheee
-i udenl i because "t their
msl rat ad excellence in
k adership and en ic
.11 hk \ emenl. said Rabbi w anger
pen anl "l .ill the et udenU
I nited Stataa ptad
V membership.
The So irty a National Vwards
Program ia aponaorad by over 90
ollegea and universities
ughoul the I nited Stataa
I houaanda ol dollars in
v holarahip funds from thaaa
tutiona .ir.- aarmarked for
- n it t > members each year The
nt s sponaor, Rabbi
Wenger, received .i National
\ppre i.itiun Award from the
^' Mt> on behalf >>t the atudenta
for the intareal shown in
honoring and rewarding i \
cellence on the secondary school
. vd
Service! at Beth Tov
ida) night services resume
' 16 p m Jul\ a .,t Temple
ro>
July 11. Frida) night
will !>, conducted bj .i
Rabbi Nathan Bryn from
Ho also will conduct the
: iy, July 12, aervicea at 10
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Condominium
The purpoae <>t The Society is
to promote both academic and
civic achievement by recognizing
Btudanta in its MemiN-rship
Registry, which is published
annually and distributed
throughout the I nited States
and parts ot Europe
Together for the 'Hade' was the Feldenhreis family (left to
right) Fanny, a student at Brandeis University. Dorita,
chairman student at the University of Miami
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*Jen istlhi iJiar
Jillv I
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE I1TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cate No M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Ri .. Ma
GE< iKtiE JOSEPH
i- v,i:ki.i.. mi
in* i and
,IEHIUARi
LSEN v IRRELL
pondenl
TO LESLIE Hll.l \KV
NIELSEN KARRELL
I'll M4.xf1.Vl
Banner Elk
North Carolina MfM
VOI mi HEREBY notified
tint .. Petition tin Dissolution
ni Mai rl| .,.>n filed
gains! ymi and w, rr
hereto) required uj Mrea ..
i op) ni your anewei 01 oUMl
pleading In the Petition on thr
I'l-tition, r Attomej .11 HIN
CAI.I.AI IIIKIt who's,- .id.lrfs.-
hi i4M nv\ i: Avenue, Miami
Florida 38138, and file (hi-
original with the Clerk of thr
above .slyled Court on or
before this dav of August HKO
beforv this h day of August
I8MI. or a Default will be en
tereil again*! you
DATED this I day of July
IflH
RICHARD I' HRINKKR
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
Hy Clannda Brown
1WU14 July 4. 11. 1*. 25. 1WW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No. StVf2S4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
FRED WOODMAN.
Petitioner Husband
vs
KITTY P GOODMAN
Respondent Wife
TO KITTY P GOODMAN
PO (Uix 48396
l-os Angeles
California 90048
YOI ARE NOTIFIED thai
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MAKKIACK has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a ropy of
your written answer and
defenses, if any. to It on
DANIKI. GALLUP, ESy
plaintiff attorney. whose
address is 2355 Salzedo Street
Suite 309. Coral Gables
Klorida. 33134 on or before 15
August I9K0. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or Im
mediately thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of Ihis court on 1st July.
1*80
Richard P Blinker
Clerk of the Court
by V Berkley
As I>eputy Clerk
ONUS July 4. 11 18. 25. 190
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 .3J3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ILENE JENNINGS
Petitioner Wife
and
NrAIIJK JENNINGS
Respondent Husband
TO Neville Jennings
5960 NE 5th Court
Apt N.i I
Miami. Florida 33137
YOI ARK 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 ARTHl'R H L1PSON.
attorne) for Petitioner, whose
address is 1515 NW 167 Street.
Suite 216 Miami. Florida, and
rile the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before August It. 19*0. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 1st day of July.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hy V Berkley
As Deputy Clerk
< Irc-uil 'our! Seal I
July 4. 11. IB. 25.1
"W
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. SB '4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
SANDRA GARDNER
Petitioner
and
WII.I.IE GARDNER
Respondent
TO Willie Gardner
208 Hamilton Street
Homervllle. Georgia
YOC ARE HEREBY NOT!
flF.li that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
! .igainst you .n
on MILTON < .
v w
.1 with
-
on "i ''
be ei i the
demanded In the com
Uon
This nol ni- ihal be
published oni i foi
four roneecullvi tveekfl HE
JEWISH FLORIDI \\
witness my hand and the
>i -.mi ourl Miami
Florida on this ;' da} ol
RICHARD I BRINKER
Lt Clerk ("in ull Court
Daile ('i.unty Plot ida
B) M i Hai tn.it
\- i leputy cierk
Cm nit Court 3< .
Milton <' i loodmafi Eae,
ih West Piagler Street
Suite MO
Miami Kloi Ida 33130
Ph sis ISM
\Uin-iiey for Petitioner
iiwmh July 4. II. 18. 25. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. SO *7et FC
NOTICE OF sun
IN RE Marriage of
CASTONCOLE
Petitioner Husband
.Mill
SARAH COLE
Respondent Wife
To SARAH COLE
8 AUGUSTA STREET
MAYPEN. JAMAICA
YOI SARAH COLE, are
hereby notified that a Petition
Ui Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you. and
you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition for
I ItaaoluUon of Marriage on Pe
titioner Husband s attorney.
RONALD 1. DAVIS. Esquire.
Suite 407 Skylake State Bank
Building. 1550 NE Miami
Gardens Drive. North Miami
Beach Florida 33179. Phone
I SOft I 940 2352. and file the
original Answer or Pleading in
the Office of the Clerk of the
Clr uit Court FamiK
Division. 3300 NW 27th Avenue.
Miami Honda 33142. on or
belore the 8 day of August.
I9H0 If you fall lo do so. judg
merit by default will be taken
., .unsl you for the relief
lemanded in the Petition for
I n-soiutiun of N.arriage
I'lus Notice shall be pub
hshed once each week for four
i4i consecutive weeks in the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED, at
Miami. Florida, this 2 day of
July.1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Family Division
Dade Counly"Florida
By M J Hartnetl
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal I
09010 July 4. 11. 18 25. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No Mil FC
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE The marriage of
ASENE PETIT HOMME
Husband Petitioner
vs
MERIAI.IA PETIT HOMME
Wife Respondent
TO MERIAI.IA PETIT
HOMME
Coles-de Fer DuvaJ
Borgne.
Eg I isr Catholique Du
Borgne. Haiti
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed, and you are hereby
required to serve a copy of
your Answer to the H us ban
d Petitioner. Attorney.
ROBERT TIKKl'l ESQ.. 26
SW 6th St Miami. Florida
:i:ii:so. and file the original with
the uffii e of the Clerk of the
t 'in uit Court on or before the 8
(M) of August. 1980. or the
allegations will be taken as
i onfexsed against you. and a
1 lefault will be entered
DATED at Miami Dade
County. Florida, this l day of
July. IMMI
RICHARD P BRINKER
' In uit Court Clerk
By C P Copeland
As I leputy Clerk
09007 July 4. 11. 18. 28, 1980
Law Firm Names Two Partners
The Miami la* Iirni of
Schwartz, Nash, Heckeriing,
I asto \ Kantor, P \
named two new partners Muhat'l
I. Trap and Stuart K Hoffman
Trop, 32, hold-- a M \ degra
from Quasna Collage "t rhe Citj
Univarsit) of Nan York ami .Jl
and I.I.M degrees from New York
University He is a member of the
Florida Bar and the Man York
Bar He joined Schwartz, Nash,
Heckeriing, Teacher \ Kantor in
KT7H
Hoffman. 30, graduated from
New York University and holds a
.11) degree from Washington
College of Law at American
Iniversitv. He c a member of the
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVBN that the undersigned.
daalrlng lo engage in business
undei the (u utloui name
nik \ BAKERY at 21 NW 17
Avenue Miami Fla intend to
reflate! asMI iuuim with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
Dade Count) Florida
i mUlO Rufln
Aida Rufin
Eduardo Hravo
Juan I .mm
IK9M July 4 II. I* 19H0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 904891
IN RE ESTATE OF
EUGENIA v. At B
lie ceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMAND
AUAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSON8 INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
Yot ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that the administration
of the estate of Eugenia W
Aub. deceased. File Number
V46M. is pending In the
fin uit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida The personal rep
riM'iiUtlvt ol the estate IS
Frank Avata. whose address is
o loins II .Mailman 407
Lincoln Road Miami Beach.
Florida HIM The name and
address of the personal rep
resenlative attorney are set
lorlh below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate are
lequired WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DAT*:
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
riON OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
mil a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have Each claim must be in
writing and must indicate the
basis lor the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
Ills agent or attorney and the
amount claimed If the claim la
nol yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be
stated If the claim Is con
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be slated If the claim la
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim lo the clerk to enable the
Clark to mail one ropy to each
personal representative
All persons interested in the
estate lo whom a ropy of this
Notice of Administration haa
been mailed are required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
hirst PUBLICATION Of"
THIS NOTICE lo file any ob
jeclions they may have that
challenges Ihe validity of the
it, i eiient i arill, the quailflca
UOM of the personal represrn
UUlVe, or the Minn- or juris
illi Uofl ol Ihe court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
\Nh OBJECTIONS Not so
PILED WILL BE POKE' hi;
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of
AdmlnlatraUon July 4. i9so
Frank Avala
As Personal Representative
ni the Batata ol
Eugenia W And
I ie< eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAI
KEPRESENTATI' E
laiuls II Stallman
407 Lincoln Ro.ul
Miami Bench, Florida 33139
Telephone M1 9939
i*hik July 4 11 I9N0
Dr. Jerald G. Carmel
Proudly announces the opening of his office
for the practice of
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ite legal aarvicss
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Pinhas
PINHAS
close Now
The people
Lam
great
Moses waa old: his
he concerned bimaell si
were eager to take poassaaion
work had drawn to a
bout l-rai I future leader
of the l'ronu-e and the) needed young hut experienced leadership
The Lord said to Mossa Wend this mountain and M-e
the land which I have given the Israelites When you have BBSO
it you also will be gathered to your people, as your brother
\aron WSJ
said IxH the lrd appoint a leader over the
that they mas not be like sheep that have no
answered Take Joshua, the son of Nun.
wisdom, courage, and holiness Hring him
priest, and all the congregation of Israel
eadership to him by laying your hand upon him,
so that thev mav know he us now their
Moses
people, so
shepherd
And the 1-ord
for he is a man of
before Kleazar. tht
Transfer your
m their presence,
loader "
Moses did as the Iord commanded him.
He placed Joshua before F.leazar. the priest, and before all
the people And he laid his hand on Joshua and prepared him
to assume the mantle of leadership tSumbtn 25 10 .'#> II
(The recounting of fhf Wrokly Portion of ttto Law n tract** >4 based
upon Tha Graphic Mi$tory o th Jrwiin Herita." rditod by P Wallman
Tsamir. IIS. publithed by ShmaoM Th volum* it availaM* at 7) M*,arn
Lana. Naw York. N Y I00]( Joseph Schlana it pretxlent of ttie wf.
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Late aervtces lor the entlr* family
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+Je*lsl> thrldiar
Page 9-B
..]
otices.
mCt UNDER
lOUt NAME LAW
fi HEREBY
^^e undersigned
K|r in business
^Pftous names 4th
inenl Cente'
Bmrncan Han
m e *tn v<
|g. inland! to
^Kpah)- with tn.-
Hrruit Court
fenu<
President
lunc ;
JlllV 4 I WOO
.
F ACTION
IVE SERVICE
>ERTY)
IT COURT OF
H JUDICIAL
'FLORIDA IN
aOECOUNTY
NO 10 7685
DIVISION
B#ll DISSOLUTION
* MARRIAGE
!: The m
Petit laaar
OU>WON
MM
;OU)BIM^n
Adams Avenur
ARK HE RE It Y SOU
^^H a petition for
~Bf your Marriage
Kand commenced
and you are
^^^K defenses
Hakh i.akin
tor Petitioner, whose
^B 171171 liiscayne
IBuitr 119. North
Florida 33li
I (lie the original
srV of the above
on or before July
erwise a default
I against you for
ayed for In the
[petition
hall be pub
lili week for four
weeks in THK
>R11)IAN
ty hand and the
court at Miami,
a 5 day of June.
P KRINKRK
Circuit Court
mU Florida
h Q Hess
ty Clerk
Seal i
rln
etit loner
Boulevard
each
luna I < 20. 27.
j*.\ t. use
IN THE
TMBBI
C1BCU
A
F PETITION
PTION
UIT COURT OF
NTH JUDICIAL
FLORIDA. IN
OE COUNTY
No iO-tlli FC
DIVISION
*ITT
NMUMKK
CE ADDRESa
W N
IKKERV NOTI
Petition lor
i been filed
and you are
acrv. a copy "I
defens. if an>.
"CRT 1. CARRI
attorney for
ose address is
Street. Miami
ami file the
the clark of the
rt on or before
otherwise a
entered against
lef demanded in
or petition
shall be pub
h week for four
Weeks in THE
ID1AN
hand and the
court at Miami.
23 day of June.
IP HH1NKKR
Circuit Court
_Jnty. Florida
Bnda Brown
puK
Seal i
I Sir.
Hui.t.
'*"liTII
Klllullrl
BB ^Bulvt II 1 19*11
Binder
name law
is hereby
Bde undersigned
re In business
-jtlous name of
tT CIMI'ANV
BtX) 6.CUATICO
^6 NF 2 Ave in
flam! Florida
later the said
Clerk of the
|f Hade County.
Bllami. Florida,
pine 19H0
BEAR
M, 'I "> 36. '*"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M-IItt FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Ms I
IRLOS PI \
1'etill
i-
\ MORI N
.
M i :!
.
;Jgta M >l
Can era -
Nil : .;Cedro
C.ili Colombia
Y< ii IRE HEREBY noti
KIEI l thai Ml .i> lion for
Dissolution ol Marriage has
filed agalnal you and you
are required to serve .i oop) ol
\oui written defenees i( any,
to it on MELVIN J AflHER
ettorne) tor Petitioner. wrhoat
.- || I MM) SW RUl Street
in. Miami Florida
and die the original with
lerk oi the ab- t styled
on oi before Juli If
lysn. otherwise default win
b entei aid fgalnat you tor the
lelict demanded 111 (he COfH
plaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
-...il of said ..mil at Miami
Florida on this ii day o( June.
I flH
RICHARD P BRINKER
\. i i.ir Cm ult Court
I Mdc l "ounly Florida
B) S A Itamer
\ leputy Clerk
i "11. uit 1 'ourt Seal 1
ivcBVfi June 13. 2U. 27.
July 4 19K0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M USA FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
STEWART ROY HAKST
Husband
ami
MARILYN AXFI.ROD
HAKST
Wife
TO Marilyn Axelrod
Bakst
121 North Montpeller
Avenue
Atlantic City
New Jersey
YOU ARF HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been died against you and you
an- required to serve a ropy of
your written defenses, if any
to it on Nurman J Silbrr. Ksq
attorney for Petitioner, whose
addivsa is 100 North Biscayne
Boulevard. Suite 2702. Miami.
Flotida 33132 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
lul) If !" oUiorwuss
default iii be entered against
you |.u Hie reliel demand.-.! in
the luiupiaint or petition
Tin- 11.due shall be
.ii, ,1 .hi. .a. n sreek for
i.iui iiiiiM*. ulive w eekl in THE
IEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
1 said court al Miami
Klorlda on UUa lOOt day of
luna iwii
RICHARD P BRINKER
Is Clerk Circuit Court
I lad.-County Florida
l(> 1 'latin.la Hrow n
\- 1leput) Clerk
( 'if cull 'out t Seal
Norman 1 SUber, Esquire
in. North Bum a) ne
Boule*aid Bulle
Miami Florida 33131
AUome) tin Pedtioner
..-:.i i June 11 -Ii -"7
July 4. IMP
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
UIVEN thai the undersigned
ilealrlng to engage in business
under the fictitious name
Sam.u International Export.
at 7107 NW 74 Street. Medley.
Klorlda 13166 intend to
reflate* laid iumr with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of
I i.ide County. Florida
Wallace and
1.1.-1.1 Maldonado Owners
MIM3 June 13. 20. 27.
July 4. L-M
RJIICfc UNUfcB
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
UIVEN that the undersigned.
dealrtng to engage in business
unit. 1 the 11. iiiioia-- name Mid
w.-t Electrical Pmdui-ts al 101
Westward Drive Suite 1.
Miami Spring*. Kla 33166.
intends Ui regUtar said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ul Hade County. Florida
Wad... In. orporaled
Id.h.ii.t Wa.lduk. President
.KI7 June 13. 20. 27.
Juiv I 1*80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
un.l.i the fiitltlous name The
jewien Klortdton of Pmeiias
Countv with principal offices
a] I-1"' NK IUl Street Miami
H011.L1 iiilends to register
aUd Kama ilh the Clerk ol tIM
.it Court of Hade OOUaaJ
Honda
Fred K ghOChef ownei
0NV76 Jun.
JulV 4. 11 I*. I960
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. tO-tnsFC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re (Ii.
AI'OPTION OF
a minor i hlld
WAYNE LANDON
Petition."
NOTICE OF ACT!
IEORUE Jl
. tNDOR.N
RESIDENCE I NKNOWN
YOI LRI NOTII .
.. 1 uon tor the adopli
.....tqulrad to
a 1 ilten ohje. tio
to it on BR1 \n BRODY ESQ
attorn.-\ for Petitioner, whose
addreai 1- fOl nk 167 S(
n m 11 Kl JSI63 on or before
August I IHMi and file (he
original with Ina .lerk of (his
court ith.-i before atrvlca on
Petitioner 01 immediately
thereafter, otherwlai adefaull
will I" cut. red against you for
the reliel demanded In the
\lhIPTION petition
WITNESS m> luind and the
il this Ctoui 1 on June If
: :ii
KICK \p.|i P BRINKER
\- ciei k .'t (he Court
Hj i 1.11 mda Brown
\. Deputy Clerk
OMM June-'7.
July I. II. if i*>n
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 VSi (071
FAMILY CIVIL DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK The marriage of
LLKREUO MENOCAL
PatlUonvr
and
INUEL.ITA MENOCAL
Reapundonl
TO AugeliU Menocal
lOCrystal Ave
Apl No C 34
Neu I a Mid. in
Cismei titut 06320
YOt ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIEU that a petition for
I Ms.siiiuii.iii of your Marriage
has been filed and commenced
in this court and you are
tvquued to serve a copy of
youi written defenses. If any.
to It on M Carmen Domln
gUttS, Stone. Sostrhin A Gon
tales, P A attorney for
Petitioner whose address is
I mi W Flagler Street. Miami.
F" SIM 6411 44111 and file
the 011gm.1i with the clerk of
th. above ityled court on or
bulorv July It innn otherwise
.. default will be entered
agatlief yuu for the relief
prayed loi in llie omplaint or
prUtloa
Tins notice shall be pub
h-.li.-d on, ea< h eek for four
lunsecutlve weatti in The
lewish v ku Milan
\\ 1 rNESS m> band and (he
... ...ii court al Miami
Klorlda on U111 -1" da) ol June
rich Mil- } BRINKER
\s ('lei k i 11. ml i 'ourt
1 lade ("ount) Florida
ii> \ Barklej
\. 1 leput) Clerk
i'ii. ml 1 'ourt Seal 1
\i .11 men I kuminguei
Slum *usti bin t
'ioll/al.-/ P \
I mi W I- lag,. 1 SI
Miami. FI 33139
04* lllli
\1i01 ne) 101 Petitioner
.1-0 June If, 3D, 31.
July I 1 aw
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHTOF
THE 1ITH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case NO 10 303S FC 12
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HE The marriage of
IKoci.FS DBSARMES
PetlUonai Husband
and
REJEANNE DBSARMES
K. .(.on.lent Wife
NOTICE BY PI HI.ICATION
YOU. RE JEANNE
DE8ARMES, Last Known
Resident 301 NE 71 Street. Apt
I Miami Florida are hereby
ItoUfed lo serve a copy of your
Answei to the Petition For
IMssolutlon of Marriage filed
against you, upon Husband's
attorney. OEORQB nicho
I.AS. ESQUIRE til NW 12th
\wnue. Miami Florida 33136.
and file original with (he Clerk
oi (he Court on or before July
Ik. IWO. otherwise the Petition
* ill be confessed by you
DATED this 3rd day of June.
1BM1
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By V Barkley
Deputy Clerk
UN.V21 June 13. 20, 21,
July 4. I960
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
CIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage in business
un.lei the lu tillous name U S
Uoldefl Dragon Academy of
Martial Arts al 14 N Krome
\\e Homestead Florida
.' intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Ccuirt of I lade County.
KI01 Ida
JAMKs \ WARD III
AARON MILLER
iWKta June 13. 20.27.
July 4. loan
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 IO-}f70 FC
10*'
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl The Man
K \TIK ,. BPRIN .'
Pell'..
ai
CHARI :
SPR1NGFIEI
Reap
!'. '
Springfield
i o Tlnae) Tarran!
1338 Weal 2nd SI
! ...s Ion 1 Him
^ m Mir HEREBY NOTI
KIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed agalnal you and you
are required to serve cop) ol
youi written defense! ii an)
to it on LAWRENCE M
SHOOT ESU attorney for
Petitioner whose addr.---
.....Mis. ayne Blvd Suite
Miami Florida 33137, and file
the original with the .lerk of
ihc above ityled court on 01
before August 1 I860, othei
wise .1 delault will be entered
agalnal you for the reliel
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall he
published urn i' Bach week (or
four cofiaecutlve weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDI AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said ourt al Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of June.
1 ten
RICHARD P BRINKER
\^ Clerk Circuit Court
DadeCounty, Florida
By V Barkley
As Deputy Clerk
LAWRENCE M SHOOT Esg
3000 Ids. ayne Boulevard
Suite 315
Miami h'lorida 33137
Tel 1 3051 573 5010
Attorney for Petitioner
t*7h June 27.
July 4 11. IK IBRD
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 60-Slt (FC Of
IN RE The Marnageof
THERESEI.LE K
\ ASyi y./. a k a
THERESELLE VA8QUEZ
Pedtioner Wife
and
RAI L ANTONIO VASQI BZ
Respunilent HHusband
TO KAIL ANTONIO
VASQUEZ
1 Residence I Inknown 1
Vi it ARE HEREBY NOTI
KIED tli.it .in action for
DlsaoluUon of Marriage baa
l.een filed against you and you
are nxjulred to serve copy ol
yOUl Wl Itten delell~es II all)
;,. ii on Qeorga 1 Tallanofl
itlOme) l"l I'etltlollel W hose
ildresa i~ Suite oisk Office In
1 ,: ,,, ... ei So Ba) -hoi e
rive Miami Fla 33183 and
. the original with the .i.-rk
1 above it) led i ourt on or
\ugii-l R 1980 other
, 1. fault win be entered
agalnal you ("i the relief
Ulded in the ...mpl.nnt or
petition
This mil 1. e shall he
published once each week for
lout conaecutive weeks In THE
IEWISH FLORIDI VN
WITNESS m> hand and (he
seal ol said ourt at Miami
Florida on tins .' da) of June
1880
RICH UD P BRINKER
\- !el k ( 'II CUU ('OUrt
Dade Count) Florida
l(\ I i.liorah 11 Hess
\- I leput) Clerk
1 Cucuil Coin t Seal 1
UK.URGE I TAUANOPF
i-:sy
IA1.IANOFF (v RUBIN, ESQS
Aitorneys tin Petitioner
guile flOOC
Office In the Drove
2KWSu Hay shore Drive
Miami Florida 13133
iph WUi 3.1201
itfWSh July 4. 11. Ik. 25. 1BW1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE H TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 10 '394 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
ERNESTLAPLANTE
Petitioner Husband
and
JEANNE PATRICIA
LAPLANTE
Respondent Wife
NOTICE BY I'l'BLICATION
VOU. JEANNE PATRICIA
1.API.ANTK. are hereby noti-
fied to serve a copy of your
Answer to tin- Petition For
Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you. upon your
husband's attorney. Ronald
llaber Esquire 1441 NW
North Rival Dine Suite C
Miami Florida HIM and file
nigiiial with the Clerk of the
.'ourt on or before August 8.
.ikwi otherwise lite PatlUon
* ih he onfeaaed by you
DATED this 24> day of June.
ISM
Richard P Bnnker. Clerk
Bj m 1 rlartnetl
I leput) Clerk
IIXDKH Jul) 1 II 1" 'Ji 1*<"
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No tO-9463 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
KfOI
l* (itionei Husband
an
BARB \i: \ .. v> C
Respond)
SKN IWN
Mil HEREBl Nl
I
Man age ha.<
filed agalnal \..v. and \ou
.11 requli ed '." sei ve a 1 opj >:
> oui w rttten defensi I an)
io it on 1 u\ 1IPFK ES 11*
IKKOI.D II REICHI Mi
atturne) foi Petltlonei wl
.nidi.--- iao Lincoln Road
.suit. 1 \i iami Bi a.
1.1 ..ml file the original
w iih the clerk ol the abo\ .
. .1 1 ourt on 01 In
.so otherwise .. default
w ill 1.. ten igall you foi
in. reliel demanded In (tie
.mi 01 petition
V\ I rNESS m\ hand and the
and ..i 1 al Miami
Florida on tins j~ da) ..' June
I960
\- I "lei k Cm ui! Court
I lade Counts h'lorida
B) Paul McCarth)
Kl I >eput) Clei k
I II CUII COUrt Seal
Jerold H Ren nlei Bap,
130 Lincoln Road Suite 138
Miami Beach. Florida 31113k
Telephone 13061 fT4-MM0
Attorney lor Petitioner
IS-Wii:. )|||y I II is .", |.|i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 60 4524
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
lil SS1F WALFISH.
Dei eased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of UUS8IE WALFISH
deceased. File Number M0-
4524. is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Flonda
33130 The names and ad
dresses of the personal rep
lesenlative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth be low-
All interested persons arc
leoulred lo file with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
oi- Till-: FIRST PI 111.I
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
1I1 all claims againsl the
estate and I 3 1 any ohje. lion by
an iiilcrvstcit person lo whom
notice wa- mailed thai ChAl
lellges the validity ol the will.
the quallfli attona of the 1
aonal repreaenlatlva venue 01
jurisdiction of the court
Al.l claims AND OBJ EC
1TIINS NOT SO FIIJCI WIIX
itl mill \ EN BARRED
Publication oi Ihla Notice
begun on July 4 ij
1 rsonal Repreaenlatlva
\i m: tin WALFISH
1731 I N W Miami Court
Miami. Florida .131HM
Attome) for Personal
Repi esenlatlve
LAW OFFICES OF
JOSEPH SCHMIER
. oi: Hallandale
Beat n Blvd Suite i 1
Hallandale Florida Moon
I. Iphone 4.S I5H.
I.'is 5536
os.c*4 lull
IN IHfc LIWLUII LUUHT 01
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
OAOE COUNTY.FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Oaae Na. *' ?>
UUMFLAJTNT
AR\ IDA CORPORATION.
a 1 telawara 1 urporaUon,
PLAINTIFF
v I
RAMON 8 \ ALUS
1 lelendanl
Plaintiff ARVIDA COR
(ORATION, sues IK-fendanl.
RAMON S \ ALLS, and
alleges
1 This is an action for
damages that exceeds $2,500 00
: On March 26. 19H0. Defen
dant exeiuted a wntten order
lor the payment ot $17.046 00.
commonly called a check, a
copy being attached as Plain
tiff's Exhibit A. payable to the
,1.1.1 ot Plaintiff and delivered
it to Plaintiff.
3 The check was presented
lot payment to the drawee
hank but payment was
refused
4 Plaintiff holds the check
and 11 has not been paid
Defendant owes Plaintiff
$17.04k 00 that is due with
interest sin. e March 26. 16H0
on tin' check
WHEREFORE. Plaintiff de
niands judgment for damages
against Defendant
DATED this 22 day of April.
IBSfJ
SCHllMMiKR. JANKOWITZ
AND SIBQFRtED, P A
Attorneys for Plaintiff
U30U South Dadeland
Boulevard
Suite 702 Dadeland Towers
Miami Florida 33156
1 306 1 661 3.134
Hi Samuel Frank
S. h.Kiinger
iiNUNl July 4 11 If 2S. I**0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 10 *
IN Rl rttei
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II \r.l p BRINKER
\ Clerk ol in.
IU \ I) Wade
asDi i*ii\ ci. : k
ISJUUU lul) III
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HER! H
UIVEN thai the iin.l.
.i. -it in,. I., engage in In.
un.lei the Ii. UllOUS n.t n
I l. e..n \ lew Tel I a. e \|.'
.'.! I Indian I '1 eefc I
M I.HIII llea. Il Kla III!" r
i.-gisi.-i said ibime wit*
1'lei k ol the Circuit Court
1 lade I 'oiinly Flol ida
Helen Daniels, Truatei
UHUtKt July 4. II. 16. J
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 60-7111 (04)
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marnageof
CI.KMMIE HOWZE
I'etlllolM I
anil
\NNIK LEF HOWZE
Hcspi mdent
TO ANNIE LEE HOW/
5801 1 W egol > Street
Maaapolnl,
Mississippi
vot ARE HEREBi
fied ihat an acti
DlsaoluUon of Mai 11..
been tiled agalnal you
..I e I e.|llll ed '. 11 sel\ e ,,
\.mi w 1 itten defenses
i.. 11 on LAWRENCI
sill KJT K:Sy allol m
I'etition.-r. whose addn
'>.. itiv. a) ne Mi\.1 n.
Miami h'lorida 33137, in
the oi iglnal w IUl the I.
the above styled court on 01
before August s IfM ,H.ei
w i>. ,i default will Im ,
against you (of Ihc
demanded in Ihe OOflnpIalnl ol
petition
This notice shall be
published once each week foi
finji .on.s*.. utlve w.-eks in THE
IEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
VS ITNESS my hand and the
.. ol said court al Miami
Florida on Ihla -" day "i June
.-
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ 'lerk i'lrcuit Court
Dade Count) Florida
By \ Barkle)
\~ l leputy Clerk
Cln ill! OOUl I Seal
1 ...w I en. e M ShOOl Fs.|
1000 Ills, a) ne Blvd
Suite 315
Miami Florida33131
T.-i 3061 r>.:i M10
\iioi ne) for PetlUonai
i. iiiu 4 ii is.", iwmi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY
UIVEN (ha( the undersigned
dealrtng U) engage in lusines-s
under the ncUUoua name Nan
lo Farms, at 5370 West 4th
Court Hialeah. Fla 33012.
intemls lo regis(er said name
with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Court of Dade I'ounty. Florida
Nancy Hornik. d b a
Nan Jo Farms
iixtlMii June 27
,-------------------------1"'^ is IW
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
intends to register the flc-
titious name of DEALERS
PAINT AND BODY SHOP
DEALERS PAINT AND
BODY SHOP. INC
B) CURTIS SCHILBERG.
President
0WR1 June 21
_________________Inly 1 11 is mmi
NOTICE OF
BULK TRANSFER
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN
that on June 3(1. 1880 Bee Line
Heavy Haulers, lnr which
maintains a known place of
husiness at noio NW ur.th
Street Hialeah Qardena,
Florida, received a bulk
transfer from and became
bound t" pay, in full, the debts
McTyra Trucking whose
address is HII41I NW U5tb Street
1 lialeah 1 (ardana FI01 Ida
Jui\ I, 11 lk*i


F
raj
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOIC
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADi COUNTY FLORIDA
No 10 8553 FC
FAMILY DIVISION

\\p IVIS
Kes| denl
SO I I- OK ACTION
tMI SP [A\ IS
i i nknown
VOI \i:l NOTIFIEI
i solution ol
m.i i be*
again-; .on and
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mini written iiirnm
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nda Brown
Jul)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. (0-IS44
NOTICE OF ACT ION
CONSTRUCTIV SERVICE
WITH PRC-fcRTY
IN re 111*' marriage i'I
ioski- \ E ARTECON \
Petitioner Wife
and
VICTOR M ARTECON \
Respondent Husband
TO V It TOR M
ARTECONA
Residence Unknown
Vdl IRE NOTIFIED thai
an .11 lion (or Dissolution of
Mai i ui'e has been filed
aga'tisl you and you
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if anv to
it on DANIEL GALLl I' KSg
altuincv for Petitioner whose
addrv.v. is 158 Salzedo Street.
Suite 509, Coral Gabjes.
Kloridu 33134. on or betorc
July 16, 19H0. and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court filher before service on
Petitioner's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a ilefault will he entered
against you for the relief dc
mainled In the romplainl or
petition filed herein This
.ii lion also affects title in and
ti, the follow ing real estate
l>il :'74. in Hlock 13. of
CORAL HATE SEC
TloN B", ai cording to
tile li.it thereof n-enrded
in I'l.i'. Hook M .it I'age 10,
,i th, Public Records of
I i.ul- 'ountj Florida
WITNESS my hand and the
II Court on June IJ
ih-ji .,' Miami li.ule COUIIty,

KRD P BRINKER
t the Circuit Court
i 'ounty Klonda
B) M Knee
\s I leputv Clerk
HANI GALLI P BSQ
ttton l hi.....
I,. Street
Suit.
Cora ai Florida SUM
,IMI
. ialluv K -q
OBtta June 27.
July 4. 11 :"i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nm! is HEREBY
GIVEN at the undersigned
deslmu engage in busine.v-
under the fictitious name Dis-
count rug Canter at 330
Lincoln I'.d Mil. Kla S31M
intends '. register said name
with Hi, Clerk of the Circuit
Court oi i iade County. Florida
: II Mlrpurl.
President
Jonalli., i ;> Heloff. Ksq
afSmltl Mandler
Smith Wi i ner, Jacobowltz
It Erie,! ,\ Attorneys (or
I e'li mnt Drugs
08838 June 13. 30. 27.
July 4 19*0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Miami Florida A Su Alcance at
13*3 SW 1st St. Room 420F.
Miami Fla intends to)
register said name with the |
Clerk of the Circuit Court o('
Oade County. Florida
OI.1MPIO WILLIAM
CHAVEZ. OWNER
0BO01 July 4. 11. 18. 20. 1M0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
deslnnc in engage In business
under "he fictitious name
FRATKRNAL ORDEN
ATLA.NT1DAD. at 1303 SW 1st
St.. Room 430F. Miami. Fla..
intenils to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
Jose Fernandas. Owner
July 4. 11. IS. 20. 1SS0
L
IN -TOF
fcVENTm JUDICIAL
OADfc COUNTY HORIOA
No. to :
ILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
, i
P VII L1AENA VMIr
a
ru i' \ ikici \ i \ \
.mil-.
20 Bll
-ion B Jan
Mi1 ARE NOTIFIED
,,n .
Ol MARK I

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lANI IAI P ESO,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80-8488 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE Ph.- man-lagi
JESSIE COLBY Jr
Petitioner Husband
and
.1 \NIK COLBY
I teapondent m Iff
Ti > lame 1 'nlev
m Aukci -tree!
Roi heater
N, Vork HOOK
Viil ARE HEREBY NOT1
KIEL) lh.il an artion (or
I Mssolution of Marriage has
bean filed agatnol you and you
aire reamed to serve a copy of
youi written defenses if any
to it on MM'Hl R H I.IPSiiN
attorney foi Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 NW 161 Street
Miami, Klonda BUM and file
tin original with the clerk of
th, above ityled i ourt on or
before Jul) :S. 1M0 otherwise
lefaull will be entered
.ig.mnj nm for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS mi hand and the
seal oi said court al Miami
Florida on this nth day ol
lunc IHNI
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Ck 'k Circuit Court
Dads County, Klonda
B) Clarlnda Hrown
\s I vputy Clerk
.it Court Seal
MMI June ..I n
July! 11 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 00 Nil FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n re The marriagi
. n \ MENDBZ
I 'elilioner
ml
RAFAEL
-. PONCIO
spondonl
HI JOSE RAFAEL
TAX PONCIO
Primera Avenlda No 30.
MtZS Guatemala. C A
Vt)l ark HEREBY NOT*.
p'lED that an action for
Ussolutlon of Marriage has
>een filed against you and you
ire required to serve a OOP) of
your written defenses. l( any.
lo It on BENNETT D FULTZ,
EM) attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 810 SW 12th
Avenue Miami. Florida, and
tile the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
neiore August 8, 1SS0, other-
wise a default will be entered
.gainst you (or the relle(
lemanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once earh week (or (our
lonsecutiv. weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 27 day of June.
1800
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal)
H8087 July 4. 11. 18. 28, 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name LA
NACIONAL CARPETS AND
Rl (iS WEAVERS at 8481 NW
8 Avenue. Miami, Florida.
33150 intends to register said
name with the Clerk ol the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MANUEL PALLANOO
08003 June 30. 27;
-------------------Ju|y4,ll.l80
ON
N I '
HE
IRCUIT OF t-LORIDA IN
NO FOR DADE COUNTY
,vil Action NO 80 4312 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Mm I KRES
Ml '
Ml N
pond*
'ARM IBS
h
CARMEN\v
Resldei i i nki *
.,1 \ni- HEREBY v
il Petltk
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AISH FLORID I AN
M \U
I Hie
I Court al Miami
la. on I
RICH \i;|i P BRINKER
\. i ut Court
: i.oi. i 'ounl) ? loi Ida
II) N \ 111., II
\- 1 leput) Clerk
'.' Mi del Eaq
. \\ itl \ nue
j Florida
30 XI
j I 10K0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 SSOS FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
: v MKE KSTKRIl.
I fustian,I
mil
HRlSTIAi. KVOH1A
KSTKRIL.
Wife
m CHRISTIALEVORIA
KSTKRIl.
US Paachtree
Street SV.
Atlanta (ieorgia
i in \P.I- HEREBY NOTI
-IK1> thai an ai tion for Dis
lied against you and >ou ,\r>-
t-quireil to BOrV! a copy ot
iiuii written defenses, if am 1,.
it on RAYMOND J WOLF
KStJ* attorne\ lor Petiti..
.i.lill M Is 717 Pom e
DeLeon Blvd Buite 330 Coral
. ..ililes Fl SUM and file the
irlginal with the clerk ol the
above st) led i our! on or r>,
lul) 38 i. otherwlai
i. fault win he entered agatnol
!,,r the relii-t demanded m
snplalnt or petition
This nola e shall he puh
llshed on, e .-ai h ween lor four
consecutive weeks in Till-;
IKWISH FLORIDIAN
A ITNBSS -ri v 'land and the
seal oi said court at Miami
Florida on this 11 da) Ol June
i'lso
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Cln uit Court
l i.uk. i lounty Florida
B) s \ Barn i
As iH-puty Clerk
'.1 lilt t "ourt Sea. .
l:.i\ iiimid J Wolf Boq
717 Ponce I lel.eoll Hlvd
Suite 330
Coral Gables, Fl SUM
\l!oi MJ toi Petitioner
UMMW June 20. 27.
NOT.CEUN^D^1^
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
lesinng to engage in business
under the fictitious name INI
\KKSAI. HOLDINGS a
Florida General Partnership.
at 4300 North Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Klonda intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court o( Dade County.
Florida
LEE J BRA1N3TEIN
MCRRAYC BERKOWITZ
MARTIN BRAUNSTEIN
MILTON COHEN
St SAN LEWIS
JOAN LEWIS
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
Attorney (or Partnership
1770 2 So Blsc Blvd
Miami, Florida 33131
iHOM June 30. 37;
____________________July4. ll is*'-
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name Fred
K Shochet. d b a The
Jewish Floiidlan. at 120 NE
6th Street. Miami. Florida
SUB, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
June 27.
__________ July 4. 11. 18. 1080
OF
DADE COUN- 3*
L r DIVISION
NOTICE OF Al TION
MO I'ROPFRT v
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lul) I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF'
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No SO 8715
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
. marriage ol
P. M'NKI. l \ ERON \
I 'ellt,, .ni : \\ il,
Nl Rl. UIMKH
. ipondenl Husband
in Nl ri AHMED
deni \ tikriow r
VOI \PK NOTIFIED that
,,M action !! DISSOLUTION
UK MARRIAGE has heen filed
against w*j and you are
required to serve a n>p\ "I
voui written answer and
,h len-, if anv. to It on
DANIBI 'iAI.l.l P Ksy
plaintifl attorne) whose
Bddn Saliedo Street
i ma. Gables Florida SUM on
,.i i lore Jul} IS lwi and file
the original with the ilerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff sttome) or
i in in uthei Wls :. .it will be
. u for the
lemanded in the ,. 111
plaint oi petition
WI INKss m) hand and the
seal Lhia .-.i I ,wi JuM I
I into
RICHARD p BRINKER
i lei k of thi I 'ourt
U) I let* ., .
\- : i ity C era
turn

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 90 1780
family Division
in ri-:
.I \; .| .N OF
a tltlllul
'UN -CM U'PKKT
Petlli
NOTICE Ol vCTION
n H ISBPH H NE M
i uMKK IOSEPH
NE \,
th Street
i '.utnlfii N*'W Jersey
You are notified that
Petition for Adoption !ia- been
filed and you are required to
aervf ., ci.p> defenses if an) to it on John
SCHAPPERT Petitioner.
** hOSC .llltlf f S-. 1>
o LIBERM s.n hkn
IAMIN
\ni L8SOCIATES P A
-. Sunset I >nve
Miami Klonda SSI73
on oi before July IS. I8NU. and
file the original with the Clerk
of this Court either before
service on Petitioner or im
mediate!) thereafter, other
wise a ilefault will be entered
against you for the relief
! manded In the complaint or
Petition
WITNESS MY hand and seal
ol this isirt on June 8 1UH0
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
UMMO June 13. 30. 27.
_________________July 4. ioooJ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Florida B'nal B nth Jewish
News and Views, official pub-
lication o( Florida State
Association of Bnal B nth
I-odges. with pnncipal offices
at 120 NE 8th Street. Miami
Ma 33132. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
t In uit court of Dade County
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
"^ June 37.
July 4. 11. 18. 1080
I
OURT OF
. | NTH JUOi
U1DA IN
MO FOR DADE COUN
,n No J l')8 FC
. FOR DISSOLUTION
VARRiAGt
.

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Man kgi

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND F03 DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10*44*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
H Ci DEK MOREIRA
., VV ife
and
CARLOS MOREIRA
Husband
rti I M< IRI IRA
'. rtl Kingley Drive
I^^ .till
YOI IRE HEREBY NOTI
FIED '.hat an action for
,| Marriage has
(gainst
are rtsq
* Itten defenses if am
\ K< S sttome) for
Prtlllonei wins, address is
NW tvel i Miami
Florida 128 and file the
original with '.he clerk of the
.ii.ow irtonoi befon
lul) Is .<*> otherwise a
ntered against
yuu lor thi t, "....-
the iuon
This notue shall be pub
ii ,..,. areek I
ecutive Nreeki in rHK
IKWISH FLORIDIAN
M I ink.ss m) hajsd and the
.,.,1 ourt al Miami
,la ,m this ; Ion*
H RJJ P BRINK I R
x-1 lerk Cm uit court
. i, mt)
B) I H-lH.rah Li Hesa
Km
\ I-. ,
al Law P A
- tvenu*
m y a
ir Eaq
.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 11)4 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN lo ia,g)
I'OR.U SM ARAL
" W1I.A
1 ;.'....ner Wife
and
FEDER1CO \\ ll-s
Rl soondenl Husband
Itl FEDERICO avila
Santa Fi Km is.
H.f ii fa nao
i luanabsM oa
Habana Cuba
Voi xuk HEREBY noti
l-IKD that and action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
filed against you and you
quired to serve a ropy of
your written defenses if any
to It on CEASE a CEASE
attorn. I,,r Petitioner whose
address la ITM m Flaglor
Street Miami Flonda 33139
and file the original with the
I the above styled court
on or before July in imo
too a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
lished ones r,h wk (or four
lonsecullve weeks In THF
JLEWI8H FLORIDIAN
WITNKS.S my hand and the
eal of .aid court at Miami.
Morula on u, 5 amy Q, Juw
RICHARD P BRISKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I 'aile County. Florida
B) OeborahG Hess
As Deputy Clerk
H iri mt Coon Seal)
LTCASE CEASE
27*1 M Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33135
Attorney for PeUtloner
OssMSJ jun, ,,_ ^
July 4. 1MB
NOTICE OF AC
NO 'HO-
ME CIRCUIT C c
THE f 1 I I NT I.
C IRCUIT OF F LC-'
ANDFORDADt
Civil Action No H
FAMILr Olvii.
ACTION FOR DISSC
OF MARRIAGI
N 1(1
\NToNlo HERN \
Utloner Husi ,
M Ci R v s BERN \
Wld

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a Bradahaw
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inn I' v

H. ..,li Klonda
\'!,.r nr\ for Petitioner
e'M Jum
Jui)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE H TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cat* No 80 ID) FC
FAMILY DIVISION
N Ui: The Marriage ,,f
KLENA JANE WEBER
Petitioner Wife
and
IOEL WEBER
Hepi>mlent Husband
NOTICE BY PI PLICATION
1 ol Joel Weber
hereby notllled to serve a ur Answer to the I
Foi Dissolution of Marriagi
gainst you. upon I -
Webei s attorney Rona.:
Haber Esquire. 1441 NW
North River I ir 9 ..:,
. Klonda SslSfl and
the original with the c:.
.it ,,n .,r betore J .
M .iiierw las the p.
w ill oe i onlesaed b) .
\ IKD this is da> m June
ISM
Ru liard P Hnnker ClerK
llv M J lUrtnett
Deputy Clerk
June
JuU I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 308'04
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
P.. marriage of
i: \miin \| HERNANDEZ
Petitioner
M Mt. \ I 'Kl KIN A \ K/ i. HERNANDEZ
pofftdont
I i M.iii.1 Oeltina
V amue dr lln nandei
. rSB do -a Carretera
Central field Herradura
Puiai del Kio
Cuba
\ oi ARK HEREBY NOTI
K1KO that an action for
Dissolution o( Marriage h~
been (lied against you and f
are required to serve a 00p) '1
>iur wntten de(ense. If anv
lo it on MILTON C OOOD
MAN attorney for Petition.-
whose aildress Is 10 Me-;
Flagler Street Sulle BJJO Bt8
rayna lluiiding. Miami
h loiida. ami file the ongmi
with the clerk of the at"
styled court on or before Jul)
I'I IsWO. otherwise s default
will be entered against you BsT
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks in THK
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court si Miami
Florida on this 10 day of June
10440
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Deborah I i Hess
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seali
Milton C Goodman
A ltomey for Petitioner
Suite 5JO Btscayne Building
IB Wesl Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 331SO
Ph 370 1886
08077 June 30. ST.
July 4. ll. i
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROIATE DIVISION
File Number 80 5I6
Division 01
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NOTICE "I
VUMINISTRATION
Ml I'KRSONS HXX IN',
v.xis oil DEM XM'S
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mi: \m> \ii OTHRH
I KKSONS INTERESTED IN
ml. r STATE
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Ki "ik del imm'iI Kile Numlici
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Klaglcl Street Miami Kl.'ii.l.i
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Shirk') M Knini' arhoM ad
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lltullH') 'I si | |o| III hl'llMA
Ml |-i..i. having rlalms or
li-maiuls against the estate are
reuuneil WITHIN THKEE
MONTHS KKOM THE PA IT:
i.K THE MUST I't IU.ICA
n< in OK THIS NOTICE to file
uilh lh- i lerk of the above
.mill a written statement of
all) i laim demand they may
Each Claim muat be in
wilting and musl indicate the
basin i.'i ihe claim, the name
,n,i ., Mi.>aa "l the creditor or
in. agent Ol attorney and the
-ii i laimrd If In* claim la
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, ol Hi.- urn rrtaint) sh.ll
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i -ultitienl i opies of the
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a IIIN rHHEE MONTHS
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTYi
IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
'Hf ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No to t-IIS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Memorial
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K xiiiki. ii. i man 8S ramarai Juna
nai Memoi lal < "hapel st.u of
rdem
'I n i -ii lennie 91 Miami June 31
' Sordon
III KUER Moll 1 S3 Miami H.-.i, Ii
June 29 sm.ii Memorial t'hapel
III VPA Raymond ''' North Miami
Jul) i la-vitt Welnaletn
KAIIN Uertrude M Miami lleaih
I. KXINK Hairy 70, Miami llearh
Rivei -id* I akeslde
I ITOKSKV Man-) BO Sunns.- June
ji Sim,u Xt.-morial Chapel
PEtTKCH 8 Siilin-y 71 Kurt laiuder
da I. I.in. Ji. Kiver-.nl.
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Beach luneM Rubin LakeMda
KM: I II. i 7ii North Miami lieac-h.
June -'. Iliwisnle l.aiteside
l.ll'KIN lennie wi I'lantation. June
ji. Sinai M.-moi ial ('hapel
cot IN Herman
OOOPMAN Benjamin It. Miami
jun. j7 itiwiside Star of David
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
lilVEN that the undersigned.
uvatrtnu tu eiiKHKe In businesa
iinil.i Hi.- In tilious name
OKPEN HII'I.OMAI>A IM
I'Eiti m. at ran sw ist si
Miami Kla Intend! to
i,fc,i-t.-i ..aid name *ith the
1 'Ii I ? ... tin- I'll, lilt COUrt nf
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NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' I i>'i is HEREBY
I N III..I Mi. ullil.'l .IKM.-il
i iiui to iiKUKe iii bualneaa
i 'o. ii. i ti iuua name RE
ll.lt'X PI Ml Will i \ I
-v\ -i si Miami h la
i -' i mikI name
i. ik oi the i'ii. mt
iii oiimu i-'ioi ida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREBi
. \ i n iii..i th. iiihI.-i U|fned
.i. -ii ii in .-nt.it. in
the fit lltiuua name
. i uiiiitm tVtrporatc
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NOTICE OF AC TION
CONSTHUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 9340 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Itr I'lo in
MARIA VNtil I .' \ I- \
IN lilioii.-t
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I'etltloi loi
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ha. been filed .i".l ummeni .-.i
i irl ind yu in
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CARUIS M MEN
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Tin- noli. -ii.iii be pud
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linnet utive u.-.-k- in THK
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MIl'NESS m> Maud and 'in-
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RICH XRP I" BRISKER
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Services Held for
Moses Glovsky
Funeral gen ices were held
June 29 al Riverside rhapel tor
Moses Glovsky, ol
Hollywood, xxhn died .lum- 28 II*
had been s resident 16 years
.'timing tnmi Swampscotl Mass
Surviving an- his wife Anna,
daughter. Mrs Charlotte
I Myron) Brodie of Hollywood,
three grandchildren. Steven,
Debbie and David: and a brother.
Harry of Hrookline. Mass
Mr. Glovsky was a member ol
the Jewish Community Center of
South Mroward and TftUwood
Association.
Interment was in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery,
GOODMAN
Bella TH Miami Iteaih. June 30 A
ifHidi'iit 2'2 years, (ormei ly of Wcod-
niert, I. I Sha was the wife of the late
Jiineph ii.....Imi.ui Burvlvtnf are a son.
i>i Mu.-i'. la-wis Qoodman <>f Moii>
wuimI. daughter. Marilyn Kein of
Brooklyn, N X' dauKhter in law
Laalrlce liimdnun. Krand>-hlldren.
Siilm-i, and Staven iJooan, Saul and
Barbara Kiln, ei.'.ii niaiut. miiin-n
I i.ii-\ Xli-tiss.1 and Jeremy tioodm.ui
-isli-is I'aulini- M.ui ii- of Miami
Beach and Lillian lioluli.m ("hat
t.iniMi^a. Tenn brother. l*ou Sirota.
MiiMiklvn N X h'uneral services were
In-Ill July I at Ihe RIvarsMt
HOROWITZ
11.1% id i I K>h i 7:i Miami Bearh. June
.'I A iv.-idenl JI >i-ars coming from
Bronx N X Survivtilg are his wife
Charlotte, kmi SteveC Ni, kn of (Jas-
tuiiia. N f ihri'r prandi hildren. Lisa.
Nell and %dam, t*o brotlieri Harry ol
Miami Beach and Bam and aurter Qlaa
Shakai j.'.im both ot Ha.stiM|;s on thi-
Hiiii.-oM n X' EunaraJ lervlcaa w.-ri-
held lull-. H al Rlveralda .hajH-i with
interment m Sharon Oardena Memorial
i'.uk
GREENBERG
Abraham M June M He a/ai a North
Miami lli-ai li r.-sidrnt (or IH years.
original!) from n.-* x-,,rk Surviving
are a daughtei lanlce Moaa ol Lons
Island N x tuna, Donald M Qraane
oi Ba) m.i11...i Island and BhaMon
i.i.-. ii. oi Long laland n X' ei^ht
. : ,- .i, ii 11. ii .n an.i um.- rreal grand
. iiii.imm s. i-, ii .-- were held June Jtf al
the Riverside with Interment al Mt
Siii.ii tVmeter)
LEFF
Xli. ii.i.i in died lune 29 He w.i-
\i ..um i. -iii.Mt loi lormei I)
..t i ''in .i^o Sui % i% ing arc hii voni Ton)
ami Iktnn) slater, Carolyn Shapiro
i,i..ii. i Marvin -x i.i-n and mothei
|...i..iii> Services were held lune2Sal
i:i.,i-ii|.- ith intermenl al M'
' '. Ml, t.l \
lloKSHEXEIt x xu...it :.i Tamaimc,
mi Riverside
i'I.xmk William Miami Beach Rubin
i i J.ISi in itutii I- North Miami
I akeatde
i n i :i i;., loaepl I impam
I'.i >\ NKR. Morris. H
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IX XKSIIAVXSKX Xda I Miami
Hi,,. h Itubm St.u ol I lax 1.1
Mofira ONOEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\ii I ii'l-: IS HEREBY
, i \ thai 'i" undei gned
u. ngage in b isTni
.Hoi, i the in t it ii mi name
ii.v 11 HE xi.rx CO a
I'i .in i. X\ .-inn- Miami III
I- I.,i i,l.i .lli> int.-n I
tegistei ...id name with the
i'i. ik oi the Cm ml t"ourt ol
i i.ni.'' "oiint\ Klorlda
xu Kit xx BERK) '-'-
XMMKX BEREl 'XX
MICHAELLKEKOM
ii \HRIEL PEI TSCH
- .
lulx 1980
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nd I ICI Is HERr I'X
. '
,i. mruiK I
ne Tin
lewiah I-loi nti.iM al 120 NI
..Hi --... Miami i
i
name with 'be
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Sol. '->
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBX
UIVEM undei signed
i. ring to < ngage in bualneaa
undei tii' 11. titHmi. name i -
xmri ii .i- x. adem)
Kstati nxx ..nt, x\.

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Mil. hi l. > X i
Jurn
inn int r
Charles Donner, Developer
Services were held ,lum- .::, foi
' h.irles \ Dormer, 72. a major
developer oi high rise apartments
in Miami Beach and Broward
t 1'iinty
N,r Donner, a native ol New
Jork. died June 24 at the Villa
Man.i Nursing Home
In N. lurk Mr Donner
owned a lumber oompanj
After arriving In South Florida
in the early 1960s, he hu.lt such
high-rise apartments aj ln.
Anchorage. Regency and
Treasure houses Lancelot Mall
and eight (iaiahad halls There
hn I Iaiahad high-rises in
I lade and five in 11 oily wood
Mr I tonner retired in 19' -
Me is survived l>> Ins sons.
\\ illiam I Mark ( and Kdward:
daughters Kosalx Shepperd,
Margo (Tat.il and Charlotte: and
six en grandchildren
Further s<.rx ices will be in New
York
Riverside (hapel is handling
arrangement -
Nathan Strauss Dies on Cruise
Funeral services were held
June 29 at Riverside chapel tor
Nathan Stauss. a resident of
Miami tor R0 vears. who died
June 24 on a Mediterranean
cruise.
Me was the husband of (Jrace:
father ol Bernard and Helene;
brother of Paul. J.-ssie. Beatrice
and Gertrude: grandfather of
lour
Mr Strauss was the foundei
and owner oi the Dur-o-malii
Water Heater Manufacturing Co.
of Miami antl an active member
of many organizations, both local
and international
Interment was in Mt Nr!i
Cemetery.
Anna Schoenfeld, 58-Year Resident
Funeral services were held
June 27 at Gordon Funeral Home
for Anna Schoenfeld. 99. a Miami
resident for 58 years. whj> died
June 26 at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Mrs. Schoenfeld was a pioneer
member of Beth David
Congregation and lift member
of Hadassah
MARBEY
Irving, ti a ii-siii.-Mt ui Miami foi 10
years He was ,t pioneei in Miami -
gal menl and textile Induati \ Surx Ivlng
are in- wife Thelma vu in Mark
Leonard Marbe) "i n.- Vorli brother
loaepb ..I la loll., i 'aid ii, v.i
muatei and Foi man) yeai .^ .- -.-'
retar) ol Surf aide l iii.ui.-i membei and three lime preai
.l.-iit oi Hioii.i.i rextile Club Kunera
services were held Jul) I al the rtlvel
mile with burial at l ..ik.-ni.- Cemeter)
ABEL
In I'hlllu 5* Miami lunv i" I n Xbel
u a practicing phyaician in 'oral
Liablea foi Km yeara and waa on tin
.ii i'...lai- ..! I..-ii.inoii Hoapltal and the
focal Ki-.-i Hoapltal in Miami He waa
i hail m.in ui iii. i lateopathii Slate
n...mi oi Kxamlnerx and board ol
trustees oi tin- Profesaiunal Standarda
Itevlew Organization He a vi ii
ol xxnriiixx.il ii Surviving are hii
Helen ol Miami three daughters lanel
oi Tampa Sandra xt and
l i.i 11i.i i a Hoi/. i both of Bouldei
thrt't. -I.-|m hil.li.-r, I.in.I,i Man.nil.i
.mil K.-nl Mlllei .ill ..: XI :
.....rl i i xt Mini and l
, i tables and lu
I lllldll :.- ,111,1 .s.i ; ,' I |nel ,1.
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M Neb
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A native ot Knmama. hhe had
lived in Jacksonville antl Hex
West iH'tore coming to Miami
She was the mother ol Vie
Schoenfeld of Miami. Kuna
Rozansky ol Silvei Spring, Md .
Pauline M Sowdern "t Miami
Beach; sister oi Rose Wemtraub
ot Lake Worth, "xandmother of
.loan Cohen. and t;reat-
grandmollier of two
BRAVERMAN
In ll.ui> m l'om|i.nHi lieacli to'
iii.iiv oi omii, i m.i iii.'ii June 29
..in i ., lung Illness He received hla
medical i-iiin atioii. inlernahlp and
U in \ li'uming in n.-w Vorh He
|nai In eil lanul) medicine and ob
-i.-ti ii in i^iiiii. \ toi Ml years and waa
.1 Ml. Mil" I O' till -l.lft Ol I^UIIH \ t*lt)
lli.spilal Eoi mam \... i he waa an
iii-iin, i.n in obstetrn al the Si hool ol
He w.i ., ,'.ii t.-i membei ol
11 mplt- Itelh l-^i Quim \ membei ol
th. xim.ii>,in Medical Vaaociatiun and
,.-.u m.-mli.*r ot the Mi isai huaetla
Mtilu aj Sociel) He waa the huaband ol
.....I 'la.....;. ,1 iloii ol
Md mil l>i la-wis of Nev
< '.-nli Mass ^i .null..! he I ol In
M .' .si ,-\, .-n .on] loin, tSol
I i.tiii.-i ami William Hraverman itn
>4i.iti.ii.itii*.i oi llouglaa ami Matthew
i,mill, i oi Klixabeth Slelnbrockei
l '.ilni l:, a, h .iii'i i,. per N.-w
i-.i-. fit) Kunei ul *rvlces and i

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, ir i ini'iiin h!- I.-. nt.-
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Op*a feery \ir a cia.eW SaMafn
. 140 SW 57fh Avenue
Phone 266-2888
H
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EINSTEIN
memorial chapels
.
MIAMI *. .4^ .
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When a loss occurs
away from home.
si'Hit tiny iiiiiiTiinis
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
Broward County
925-3396
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Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PUOIAIF DIVISION
File Number 80 SH
Division 01
IN rk i M \ rEOK
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NOTICE OF
U'MIMSTI. Ml'in
|-ii \i.l. PERSONS M \\ INti
(IMS OR DEM Whs
, INST THE \iii>\ E
\l k \\|i M.I. OTHER
l i RSI NS INTERESTED IN
nil. KSTATI
M.l \ltK HEREBY NOTI
I-ll-:i> lh.it tin- administration
,,l Hi. estate 'il I'h.uie- 8
|n,,,ii. deceaasd hill- Numbei
. Ill i- pending in tin-
(in mi ('null tin I ..nil1 Count)
Kim iil I'robate Division the
. i tr 'it vhiih is n West
Klaglei Street Miami Florida
ilu- personal ran
Illative "I tile enisle in
SllirU*) M Kitiih'. v*hi*e .nl
,n, ~. i- iihii Hi Slieel Hay
ii.iiinii Islands Ktorttta M1M
I'll, ti.une .mil atlitres-s ill the
in i -.in.il representative, %
lllullH > M t I '' elo
All persona having claim* ur
i. rnanda cmnsl the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MINIMS KKOM THE MATK
UK THE FIRST IHBI.ICA
I II IN OF THIS NOTICE tuflle
with Ihe i lerk of the above
limit .i written statement of
all) i lalffl 01 demand Ihey may
lluve Each claim must be In
wilting and mut indirate the
basis I'M the claim, the name
..mi attdresi Ol the creditor or
in* agent in .itliimey and the
mi,unit i l.iimed If the claim i
.. I .hie. the data hen it
will In'uhiii' iIiii- shall be
i n Hi.- l.im is con
lltlgl-lll hi unliquidated the
. hi :in- urn ertaint) shall
is -i.itiil II Mil' claim ii
.. .iii.il tin- security shall be
i. m i iiirii I'tie rlaimaflt shall
i .. : ..mi ii i.'in optSS '>f the
" Mi.' lerk t.> enable the
. lu mail 'in.- i 'i|i> t" each
, I .(II esetlt.illV ,
\ii p. -mis interested in the
a .i.mu .i op) 'it thi-
N'.in. ..I sdministratlon na
mailed .n>' required
vmiiiin rHRKE MONTHS
I RUM II IK 11 v Ii OF THE
I'l ill ICATION OF
ni i riCK t" ..... an)
the) ma) havi
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
N IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TMF ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO *4S FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in.ii i lags "t
M KM "K \ H ii. \ OAVIS
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.ERNO.N DA\ IS
lt< -i.n.ii nt Husband
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N Ol \l:i- HEREHi NOTI
thai in .ii lion i"i
" il Mai 11.ii,.' has
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are i. quired t" sri \ i op) ol
youi w i ilten defensi
H m:\ E> l. FRIED
m \n i..sy attome) tm
i' iiti'.n.i whose address i<
Lincoln Road Sulti N
Miami Beach Florida
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era of the at)
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>is.- ., defau|| v........
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demandi nl oi petition
I in- notli snail bs pub
id .... lot foui
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IEW li Fl URIDIAN
_' I NESS m) hand and Ihe
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I ii ne
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I.OEFFEI Mm Evs M
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NESHKIN Sam Miami Beach Rubin
Ml -inai
i : rdali
Lakes tune 27 Sins Memca i
' apt --.ii ni i ..I.
KARI'EL Herman 58 ramarai June
- >.!. Memoi lal i r ol
I m1. i'l' lardens
ii Mm-1 lenme 81 Miami June -:
' lordon
BERUER Motel 83 Mi.mn Beach
June M sin.ii Memorial Chapel
it. \ i '\ Raymond n North Miami
i:..n h iui\ i Levitt Welnsteln
i-ik. -i.l.-
KMIN i iertrudf n Miami Beach
Rivei -i'l.-
I.K\INi: Ha IT) To Miami Hearh
Riverside Lakeside
i rOFSKY II.in > 80 Sunns.- lune
ui Sin.ii Memorial < liapel
l I-. I rSCH S Sidney. Tl Kurt louder
I,. lune 21 Rh M -i'l'
MM si mm \N David li -7 Miami
Hi.nil luneM Rubin Lakeside
KAKT, IV n <* TO, North Miami Iteach
lune .'I. Riverside Lakeside
LII'KIN, ii-uiue ihi Plantation, Juns
W sin.ii Memorial chapel
i i ii in Herman
latMIDMAN Benjamin TS, Miami
Lin. il Riverside Star of David
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
lilVKN that the undersigned.
ilesttlltg In enna*;e in husines*
iimlei the fu UUous name
iiKI'KN lill'I.OMAliA IM
I >.l!l M. .ii WM S is| St
Miami Fla Intends to
i.^i-iii s.nii name with the
I'li'i k ... tlif I'm nit I'luirt nl
I i.nl. I '..11111% Kim 'l.i
lush FERN \NDEZ Ownei
lul) I II I" .*' IH"l>
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N" I ui. is HEREBY
>.I\I.N lli.il Ilu- undersigned.
i. -urn,, in ngi 1^.....business
iin in litM.us name liK
i im ii \ in mi \n in i \ i
iM I -i SI Mi.inn Fla
-.mi name
i i. ik ..I Mi.- On mi
'.ii i "i i i.uli Count) Kim i.i.i
' i i i:n \NHh/ uwis-i
lull III Is 8 law
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
,,i in. undei signed
i. -ii mn i" iii*. .. busim
...- name
. i iiiillun I '"i)'' it<
, mi KIDS ROOM .'
. i Miami

wii'i in. Clerk "t Mi.-
I Mdi fount >
\[ \n i- i:i iin i OWNER
NO I IL t UNOt W
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICl
NO PROPER I 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 9)40 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE I'll, in .
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l- im Mi.it Petition t.n
iiuliun ni yo m.i
ii.i-
hi ilu- Court and you ire
i. i|u erve a i op) ol
a i itti-n ili-i.-ii-'
CARLOS M MEN
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..I in. i Hie I pi .in ed foi in
mplainl oi pel
ilu. mitii shall be
ll.-lHil i.n. ... .....
. i.iisi', uii v. *eeki
il MISII I- LORD 'I \N
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.1 al nt s.iiii I'ouiT al Miami
i.i "ii tii.- 28th da) "i
RICH \i:ii r BRINKEK
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1 i.ni. 1'chiiiu Florida
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Services Held for
Moses Glovsky
Funeral services tvere held
June 29 al Riverside rhapel foi
Moses Glovsky, ~ *. ol
Hollywood, who died June 28 Hi
had tn-i-n a reeidenl 16 years
loming from Swampscol t Mass
Surviving an- his Mrife Anna.
daughter, Mrs Charlotti-
(Myron) Brodie t>f Hollywood;
ihrt-i' grandchildren, Steven,
Debbie and David: and a brother.
Marry of Mrooklinc. Mass
Mr. Glovsky was a member ol
the Jewish Community Center of
.South Mroward and Tallwood
Association.
Interment was in Ml. Nebo
Cemetery
GOODMAN
llelle TH Miami Beach. June M A
i.-snlent JJ yeais. lormei ly of Wood
mere, I. I She was the wife of the late
Jorteph i Miodmaji Burvlvtng ure a son.
in Albert l^-wis Qoodman ol Hotly
rood; daughter, Marilyn Fein at
Brooklyn, N Y daughter in law.
l^eatrire liuodman. grandi-hlldren.
Sidney and Steven ijimin Saul and
Barbara Fein; great Krandchlldren
Uui) Melissa and Jeremy (ioodman.
sisleis I'aullne Marcus o( Miami
Beach and Lillian (inlulmw Chat
lanooga Tenn brother. I-ou Sirota.
Ilrouklyn N \ h'uneral nervices were
ln-l HOROWITZ
I Livid I kill i 71 Miami Himi Ii June
.1 A iv.siilent :'4 years, coming from
Bronx N Y Surviving are his wife
<'h.ii lolli- sun Steve (' < Nii-ki i of (>aa-
Iiiiii.i. N f three grandchildren Lisa.
Nell and Adam, two brother! Harry of
Miami He.oh and Sam and sister ulaa
Sh.ik.u ji-.in both of I l.i-slmgs nil the
Hudaon n n Funeral wrvtcei e/ere
held lune V .it Riverside chapel with
Intel mint in Sharon U.irdens Memorial
I '.ilk
CREENBERG
Abraham si, June II He arai .1 North
Miami Beach rrsidenl lot m jreari
oriKinall) from N.w York Surviving
,11.- .1 daughtei Janice Moss of Long
Island N S' suns li.ni.ilil M Qreetie
i.i 1 t.iv Harboi Island and Sheldon
i.i.-. n. ..I i^ilifc; Isl.ifld. N Y elgttl
.. 1 .nut, iniiiii'ii ami nine greal grand
. in mm 11 St iii. e* w.-i.- held June ^1* .it
Mi. Riveraide witfi interment .it Ml
Sinai 1 'I'liM'tirv
LEFF
\l 11 '..1. 1 III iii. 'I I in. j". He w .1 .1
Mi.Mm 1, si'i.-ni im .. formerly
..I 1 'in. agu Surviving are hie sonaTon)
Ihinn) sisi.-i Carolyn Shapiro
i-i'.iimi Marvin \ Uefl and mother
I hiiolh) liervieee were held lune I
ICl\ .1 side w itii intei in. i;' al Ml
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hi \ 1 1: \ tlberl ."" lamarai
Rivei .nl.'
i'l.\Ki\ Mijjiam Miami Beach Rubin
si in Ruth North Miami
Rivei ..ik.'-iil.-
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i r;i I-: is ill-: RK li'i
1 ;i\ K N M1.1t mi, undei tigned
1. -hi: 11 engage in b
unii, 1 tin- 111 ilium- name
- 111-. M.IN i'ii ..'
i'i .in i, m .line Miami !'
l- lui 1.I.1 ,ii" intend
leelslel ,.,1,1 luillle With Ml,
Clerk "I Ihe Cln ull t'ourl ol
11.ni.- i *ount) Floi i '
Mt Kit \Y HKRKOVi
\HHIA HKKKI 'V\ ITV.
Mini \i-.i. LKr K< i
VBRIKI lKI rs< H
lune -"" 71
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nil lli'l. Is HI RKBl
i ,i\ I- n that i-
,i, sii in,; in engage m busim
name rhe
I ,1 I'll.Ill .It 110 Nl
Miami
nlcnd
name with "t the
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Suie iw nei
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nuiii'i is HKRBBY
i;i\f:n tn.it Ihe undersigned
i, ring to engagi li busli i
undei tlie tu titi,his name l >
\iiii i ii .i-
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Charles Donner, Developer
Services were held .June 25 foi
irlea \ Donner, 72. a major
eloper ol high rise apartments
"i Miami Beach and Broward
c ount)
Mr Donner, a native ol New
York, died June 24 al the Villa
Maria Nursing Home
In N. York, Mr. Donner
owned ;i lumber company
After arriving in South Florida
in the early 1960s, he built such
high-rise apartments as the
Anchorage, Regency and
i reasure houses, Lancelot 11.ill
and eight (iaJahad halls There
tri I i ialahad high i ises in
I lade and h\ e in I loll) wood
Mr I Innner ret ired in I97H
He is survived In Ins sons.
W illiam I Mark < and l.iUard.
daughters Kosal) Shepperd,
Margo (Tim and Charlotte; and
se\ en grandchildren
Curt her services will be in New
York
Riverside Chapel is handling
arrangement s
Nathan Strauss Dies on Cruise
Funeral services were held
June 29 at Riverside chapel for
Nathan Stauss. a resident of
Miami lor B0 vears. who died
June 24 on a Mediterranean
cruise.
He was the husband of (Jrace;
father ot Bernard and Helene.
brother of Paul. Jessie. Beatrice
and Gertrude; Krandfather of
four
Mr. Strauss was the foundei
and owner ol the Dur-o>mali<
Water Heater Manufacturing Co.
of Miami and an active member
of many organizations, both local
and international
Interment was in Mt \i
Cemeter)
Anna Schoenfeld, 58-Year Resident
Funeral services were held
June 27 at (iordon Funeral Home
for Anna Schoenfeld. 99. a Miami
resident lor f>8 years, who died
June 26 at Jackson Memorial
Hospital
Mrs. Schoenfeld was a pioneer
member of Beth David
Congregation and a life member
of Hadassah
MARBEY
Irving, ri ,i resident ol Miami foi :tn
year* He .i- pioneei m Miami -
gai nnut and textile Industr> Surviving
.in Ins wife I'lieim.i s.,1 I ir M.irk
Leonard Marbe) ol N, York broUiei
loaeph "i l.il.ili.i Calil H. *.is past
mustei and (01 man) yeai s,-,
1,1.11 \ nt Surfside lAtagr SIS l-.v\M .
rhartei membei and three tune pn
denl "i h'liiinl.i Textile Club Kuners
s. ixi.es were held Jul) 1 .it the River
-nle with lint 1.1 .1' I .0,. siil,- < -,-,,,,.
ABEL
111 I'hlllp > Miami lune i" l>i \- 1
aaa .1 prai ti, inn ph) -n lan in <
1 iahlea tm .- \ ,-.ir s and was on the -t.itt
.11 (eii.us ,,1 Uebanon Hospital si
Coral lleei Hospital in Miami He ,>>
past ii.ui m.iri ,.i in. Dsteopathn State
lloard ni Kxamlnem and board "i
Irusteea ol Mi, Professional Standards
ea Organization He was a veteran
..I World v\.,' 11 Surviving are hu .,
Miami three daughters lanel
m~ 1 "i ramps Sandra M>e and
li.iii.,11.1 llolzei both 'it Bouldei I
Mn.. -1, | hildren lands Mai laina
.111,1 Kent Millei ol \t ,
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A native ot Romania she had
lived in Jacksonville anil Key
v\ est before coming t<> Miami
She was the mother n| Vie
Schoenfeld ol Miami. Kuna
Ro/ansk> ot Silver Sprint:. Md .
Pauline M Sowders ol Miami
Reach; sister of Rose Weintraub
ol Lake Worth, grandmother <>!
.loan Cohen. and great
grandmother ol two
BRAVERMAN
to Itiii-j M, Compano Iteaeh, im
iiieil) ..1 vVuin, v Mas* died June 28
iiltei .1 Uaig illness ii,- received ins
rul ,'lu. atiiMi internship and
11 -i'i, in \ iruiiiuig m New York He
(.' .1, ti, ,-ii 1.11111K medicine and ob
.' in Quini \ i"i ." veal and .i-
.1 III. lull. I Ol Ml. -l.ill ',1 (juim > < "11V
HnspiUil Km man) vears .<.i- .111
uistiii, t,,i ,n ubstetrn s at ilu- School ni
Niiisini; 11, v*.,s ., iharlei membei ol
1,111(11. iiein h:i i^uiiu \ .1 membei ol
tmei 11 Med \-s, i.,iion and
, ..1 mi i.i'. 1 ,' mi. m.i inai huaetts
Ml 'I" ll .S," let \ He .Is the IH I s t t.UllI I l|
I' lie,1.1. t.llllel ,,l I'l.in, r,|,ili ill
M i.i'.i Md ind l)i I w. is ..I Ni-.,
tViiln M ot 111
s|.-\ en .uui lulu, 1 ;,inl,in
.uui William lir.i\ erman grnat
ii.ither ni Houglaa and Matthea
IiioOici ol Klitabeth Steinhrorhei ,:
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MONUMENTS INC.
Open feery dJVf Oases' Safcosffi
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
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memorial chapels
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When a loss occurs
away from home.
Nl 111) HIT/ BROTHERS
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
Broward County
925-3396
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FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. IOIS44
NOTICE OF ACHON
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JOSE I \ E ARTECONA
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,ui action fur Dissolution of
Marriage has b**n filed
against you and you art*
required to jirvr a copy of
your w rlttan defenses if any t>>
ii on DANIELOALXJ P KSy
attorney for PaUUanar, who
afldn-v. is 23 Salzedo Street
Suite SOS. Coral Cables
Klor id.. 33134. on or before
July JS 18H0. and file the
etajJMal with the Clerk of this
Court cither before service on
Petitioner attorney or im
medial.(> thereafter other
wise a ik-faull will he entered
againat you for the fallal da
maiul.-d in the complaint or
palltlon filed herein This
a< lion alaa affects title in and
!t the following real estate
Lot .'74 in Block II of
COH iL GATE SEC
TION H according lo
the I lat thereof, recorded
in Plal Book M .it Pan 10,
of Hi. Public K.i ords of
1 i.ut. ount) Florida
9 mj hand and the
Ma i UUa Court on June 12
Its* .. Miami Dads County
('I.II 111.,
KICK \kp P BRINKER
i I the Circuit Court
| 'Ount) Florida
in M Erlci
\- Deputy Clerk
: I \\ .All I P EBQ
,r PellUonar
in Straal
Mill.
Coral il Florida ISIS*.
By 11 iallup F. -<|
OHfU June JO. 27.
July 4. 11 IBM)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOI 18 HEREB1
OIVEN at the undersigned
desinn, i i'n|i(:f in busines.-
uniler rtcUUOUl riame Dta
count rug Center at 330
Uncoil id MB Fia HIM
intend.- register said name
with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit
Court o .ui.-County. Florida
al H Mirpurl.
President
JonaUi. L) Heloff. Ksq
ol Bmll dandier
Sniilli npr. JacobowlU
A Fried \ Attorneys lor
Fed. i iunt Drugs
0M438 June 13. 10. 27.
July 4 mmi|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned
desiring to engage in business
under the In tilious name
Miami Florida A Su Alcanca at
130.1 SW lat St Room 420F. ,
Miami Fla intends tol
register said name with the |
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
OI.IMPIO WILLIAM
CHAVEZ. OWNER
08001 July 4. 11. la. 20. 1
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN i hat the undersigned.
dealnng lo engage in bualneaa
under 'he fictitious name
FRATKRNAL OR DEN
ATLAN I IDAD. at 13*3 SW lat
St.. Raorn nor, Miami. Fla .
intend.- In reglatar said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of l >ade County. Florida
Joae Fernanda*. Owner
July 4. 11. la. SB. ltfW
"L CIRCUl' COURT OF
THE El E VENTm j JOICIAL
OADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NO. 10 83 l
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
WIHII
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 8488 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The rn.irri.it' I '
IE COLEY lr
Petitioner Husband
ami
.i iNIE COLEY
Keependent Wife
i"i i lanieCole)
III Van Auker Street
Koi heater
Ni a York I4MU>
YOI IRE HEREBY NOTl
FIED that an action for
1 >isaolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
I i iiuir nl lo serx e a copy of
youl written defense- if any.
in u on ARTHUR H I.IPS. in
atlornev lot Petitioner whose
id.Ires- la IMS NV\ Itl Street.
Miami Florida 33180 and file
tin original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before luly -=> iimu. otherwise
i. rfaull will be entered
egalnaj yuu for the relief
demand..I in the complaint or
pelllliH
WITNESS my hand and the
Dl said tourt al Miami
Florida on this llth d.i\ ol
.Ion. ItiMi
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Click Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B) Clai irida Brown
\- Deputy Clerfi
1 .* nl Court S.al
d>4 June 20. 27.
July 4 1 1 I WHO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No M t4M FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
n re Thi marriage oi
UNA MBNDBZ
l 'elltloner
i mi
HA I EL
\ PONCIO
Respondent
rt) JOSE RAFAEL
TAX PONCIO
Primera Avenlda No 30,
MZS Guatemala. C A
I ARE HEREBY Noti-
- 1FD that an action for
issolution of Marriage has
ieen filed against you and you
ire required to serve a Cop) of
vour written defenses. If any.
lo it on BENNETT D Ftl.TZ.
BSQ, attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 019 SW 12th
\ienue Miami. Florida, and
:ile the onginal with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before August g. 1H0. other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
'lemanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be pub
lished once each week for four
onaecutlve weeks In THE
JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
-eal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 27 day of June
1800
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
i907 July 11. 18. IS. 1080
CTlON
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NOPOPll
OURT OF
. *M JUDICIAL
rtCUl' Of t-LOHIDA s
10 FOK DADE COUNTY
,,i ActK Ni H :" FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Kt
RES
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MEN \ AU
I-icii.
IKM LES
Real
\ XI.I.K
I nktiown
nl Ihe
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in bualneaa
under the fictitious name LA
NACIONAL CARPETS AND
Kt OS WEAVERS at 8481 NW
Avenue. Miami. Florida.
3315U intends lo register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MANUEL PALLANOO
June V. 17.
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II NKr- HEREBY
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A ISH FI.ORIDIAN
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MKER
teClerl sjii
l lade i 'niinu Florida
By N \ Harwell
\- Deputy Clei
M st. ndei t
a ill tvenue
i oLi 13011
ne) im Petltlonei
June
July 4 10H0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 00 SS05 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
I.FMKF. KSTFRI1.
Huaband
.n.i
HRISTIAL EVOR1A
ESTERIL.
Wife
it) CHRI8TIALEVOR1A
ESTERIL
422 I'eachtree
Street 8M
Atlanta Georgia
VOI M'.H HEREBY NOTl
"'IED that an action fi Dil
dilution o( Marriage has been
lied against you and you .ire
i|uii.-.I lo >er\. .. i op) nl
mill written defenses ifanvlo
i on RAYMOND J WOLF
KSU, attorney for Petltlonei
Alms, address i> 717 Ponce
al eon Blvd Suite EM Coral
iablea Fl I and die the
uil w illi the clerk ol the
ibove it) ed i our) on of befon
lul) X, 1080. olherwise a
entered againal
* mi lor Ihi' relie! demanded in
nip,.iint or petition
Tins in, he pub
llshed inn .-a. h wcck lor four
consecutive weeks in rill-:
a H FLORIDIAN
w i inks- in hand and the
* -.mi court al M,,i
Li on Ihla 11 day ol June
RICHARD P BRINKER
UI I "lei k Cln llll Court
Dada Count) l- la
B) s a Barrier
As Deputy Clerk
Cln ml I ourl Seal i
Raymond J Wolf, Ksq
7i7 Pome DeLeon hu.i
. I3B
Coral liables. Fl 33134
Mum ne> foi Petitioner
UKSMtt June JO. 27.
NOTICE UNO
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN that Ihe undersigned,
desiring to engage In bualneaa
under the fictitious name l NI
\ERSAI. HOI.DINCS a
Florida (jeneral Partnership.
at 4300 North Meridian
Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LEE J BRAI'NSTEIN
Ml'RRAYC BERKOWITZ
MARTIN BRAl.NSTKIN
MILTON COHEN
SL'SAN LEWIS
JOAN LEWIS
DANIEL RETTER. KSCJt IKK
Attorney for Partnership
1770 2 So Ills. Blvd
Miami. Florida 33131
'Hlgyj June 20. 27.
_____________________July 4 n iw
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
<;IVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under Ihe fictitious name Fred
K Shochet. d b a The
! wish Flortdian at 130 NE
8th Street. Miami. Florida
.13133. intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
J0OT5 June 37;
_____________July 4. II. 18. 1000
DADE C.0UN" 'OA
L Y DIVISION
NO '.CTlON
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IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No 00 82IS
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
in.i r lag.- ol
K ICHEL l \ ERON I
ivM, ru- M
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Ni RL VHMEI'
, IDondenl Husband
pi ni ki AHMED
il.ru c I nkniiw r.
Y>ii ARE NOTIFIED that
an ..iti.iii lot DISSOLUTION
i 'I- St tRRlAUE has been filed
againstt yotl and you are
r. quired lo nrva .i o|
>oui written answer and
defenaei II any lo it on
DANIEL UALLI P ESQ.
plalntlfl s .iltorney aftsMH
Hiilr. ss is 2336 Saliedo Street
Coral ...lii.-- Florida 331
oi before July IE i"" ..n.i file
the original with the ilerk of
tins court either before ser\ i. e
on plaintiff .illnniev or
i in in i r
olli.-r-wi-. .i default will be
- i againal you for the
r.-ii.-i demanded in Ihe com
plainl "i j-titH n
M ITNKSS my hand and the
>. -,r I ihi June 8
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clei k ..r ii, lourt
By I let) i Haas
\- 1 leputj. Cl. r t
lunc II .

INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 00 1780
family Division
IN RE
N I >!-
a mil
|t\ M'HN BCH lll'KHT
NOTICE UI ACTION
TO M'SKPH H NF. Al.
'. MRS JOSEPH
NKAL SR
.'l- N Mil Street
I'.linden New l.-r- .
i ou are notified that
petition Im Adoption has been
filed and you are re.juu.il lo
ten a i n|!> "I .mir *
il. l.-ti-e- if ,in\ lo il on JOHN
SCHAPPERT Petitioner
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c .. 1.IHKRMAN BEN
I WIN
\nd ASSOCIATES. P A
8T81 -uiL-el Drive
Miami Florida 33173
on or baforo July i. im). and
111. Ihe original with the Clerk
ol Mils Court either before
-.ivue .si I'etitioner or im
mediate!) thereafter other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
Petition
WITNESS MY hand and seal
of this i ourt on June 1880
RICHARD P HRINKFK
As Clerk of the Court
By Deborah Q Hesa
As Deputy Clerk
uMHU June 13. 20. 27. I
________________________July 4 1880 J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
OIVEN thai the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Florida B'nal B rlth Jewish
News and Vlewa. official pub-
lication of Florida State
Association of B'nal B'rlth
l-odges. with principal offices
at 120 NE 8th Street. Miami
Fla 33133. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
O"*77 June 17.
July 4. 11. 18. 1080

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPE H TY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
ANDFOS DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10*44*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Vk ife
I'ARI "- Ml RI IK*
i and
Itl CARLOS Ml IKI
me
alif
\Ht HEREBl NoTI
'.Mat ai for
Marriage ha*
, ,. i and
ii ni
,i any
o it ,.i \ ki i- attomej for
hi arhoai .l.ldre- ^
NW tvenu* Miami
la M and file the
. .' I ':- I the
bolora
. -.' otherwise a
I against
. uu Um arm .' i'
, i I- Ulan
hail be pub
: -I i.i' areek for fi sjjr
runeecuUvi .*.,- in THF
IEWISH PLORIDIAN
wi rNESS my hand and Um
I ourt al Miami
m this S day of June
RICHARD P BRINKI I'.
\ i 'l.-rk Cir. uil Coul t
. da
By 1 "elxirah <.

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORI0A IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 1114 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in iti-. i he matr u.
IHHXAI WI M'.Ai.
I. WII.A
I i.1...in r Wife
and
FEDBH1CO v\ I1j\
pondenl Husband
To FEDERICOAVILA
Santa F. Km 13
M.n uranao
< luanabai oa
Habana Cuba
V"i \uk HEREBY NOTl
FIED thai and action for
Diss.iiuti.jn u< Marriage ha*
bean filed -gainst you and you
al I required to serve a copy ol
IVfittaa defenses If any
to il on CKASF A CFASF
attomej for Petitioner whose
.nl.lie.- i, ;>72(i y\ Flagler
Sureel Miami Florida 33135.
and file the original wiih the
1 r of the above sly led court
on or before July la. IVKO.
ulherwtae a default will be
entered agair.sl you for the
relief demanded In Ihe com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished oaca each week for four
i.auecullve weeks in THE
Jl EW1SHFU1RIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
h lor ida on mis 5 day of June
ItSfl
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
>el,rahi; Heas
A* Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal t
1 K \SK a i-kase
nW Flegler Street
Miami Florida 33138
Attorney for Petitioner
"Ma June IS. SO. IT.
July 4. leas


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IN THE CIRCUIT C0UHT OF
THE HTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Cat* No I0ID1FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN HI The Mama..
ELENA JANE WEBI
oner wife
..rid
JOEL WEBER
It. (purulent Husband
NOTICE BY Pt BUC -'
VOl Joel Web* I rr
' > notified 10 SOI i
ol i our Answer to tlH
Pol Dissolution of
against you
Webei attorney
Msher Esquire H N
North River Dr
M.ann Ftortda -
onginal with Uh
the t 'ourt on or befi
l>*J otherwise !'
w ill be onfeaaed b) .
DATED thu I* Oat)
I8M
Ri< hard p Brink I
I Iv M I I la i
i Wput) Clerk
Jul\ i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0'
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
AND FOR DADE COUK'
Civil Action No lOI'Oi
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i: wins M HERN v
ronei
M \iti \ DELFINA ^ x/^1 '-<
i. rii- KNANDEZ
Ke-pondrnt
Maria Dellina
Vazuue< de llel rial
i n-si io lie .a CarreC
Central Tlviri Her'.
Pillar del Km
Cuba
llll ARE HEREBY NI'-
ll ED that an RClMfl
Dissolution of Mamag.
been filed against eou a'
are reiiuir\-.l lo serve a .
your written defenses II
to It on MILTON C
M \N attorney for Petll
whose address is 18 "'
Flagler Street Suile 120 Bis
cayna Building. H.U
Florida, ami file the ortglna
with the clerk of the aboie
Styled .ourt on or before July
.;, iiavu. otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
This notice shall <"
published once each week for
four ronaecutlve weeks in THF
JEWISH FMHtlDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aeal of aald court at Miami
Florida on thla 18 day of June
1*80
RICHARD P BR1NKEH
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By Deborah <; Hess
Aa Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court SeaD
Milton C Ooodman
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite SJO Biscay ne Building
18 Weal Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Ph IT* 1886 _,
July l9W