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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Combining 7HI JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 28 TWO SECTIONS
Miami. Florida Friday, July 11. 198()
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)amp David: Dead or Alive
Was 'Territories for Peace9 the Grand Illusion That Failed?
By DAVID PELA
indon Chronicle Syndicate
LONDON On my
revious visits, most
Jraelis were still in a state
euphoria because of the
Btork agreements with
iiro or reasonably
mfident that the peace
rrangements would hold,
nssibly leading to a
comprehensive peace
treaty with Israel*s other
Arab neighbors.
Today, there is widespread
apprehension at what many now
regard as the over-hasty decision
by Premier Begin to return the
whole of Sinai to Egypt and a
growing belief that Israel has
l>een conned and that the
"territories for peace" idea is a
dead duck and a real threat to
Israel's existence because of
Arab determination, again ex-
pressed by the FLO only last
month, to destroy Israel.
DISENCHANTMENT with
Egypt's general attitude came
gradually, for in the early days of
the Israeli withdrawal the
Egyptians were on their best
behavior, anxious not to take any
action likely to impede Israel's
Continued on Page 9- A
mother Anti-Israel Forum
openhagen Women's Confab
Sets for Strong Debate
krcniK Carter Stand 6-A
B\ TAMAR LEVY
CENEV \ (JTAI -
annual conference of
International Labor
.mi/.it ion (ILOl ended
las( week with the
ipnon o! a resolution
ili ming Israel for its
i lemenl s in the occupied
ri lories, including
usalem.
'he vote, 2A9L-1&, with
"> abstentions,
iminated weeks of debate
mil which the J.OOO
delegates representing
governments, workers and
employers devoted 90
percent of their time to the
Vrab Israeli dispute.
neglecting the legitimate
concerns of the United
Nations affiliated labor
IiihU
THE POLITK l/.ATION of
the conference became dear from
the moment the Secretariat per-
mitted the A rah-sponsored anti-
lsrael draft to be piacwd on the
agenda without any effective
opposition by the United States
The Americana failed to raise
their voices in protest despite
I s Secretary of Labor P Kay
Marshall s promise to Israeli
Labor Minister Israel Katz that
the Americana would put up a
fight
Ironically, the l s walked out
of the II.O two years ego in
protest against just such poli-
tic i/al ion It returned thus year.
with much fanfare, after
ostensibly having boon convinced
that the II.O would mend its
w ays and longer engage in purely
political debates When the
session opened, the big question
was would the Americans walk
out again if the conference turned
into a forum for anti-Israel
polemics
Continued on Page 9 A
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President Sadat, coup of century
Administration Palaver
Muskie Defends U.S. Move
To Abstain in Vote at UIV
Jerusalem Our Capital
One City, Undivided
IS Disputes Israel Stand 7-A
'Hypoerky'hi UN Vote. 12-A
will forever be the capital <>t
Israel as ol right
> JOSEPH POLAKOEE
\SHINGTON
A l Secretary of
Ite Kdmund Muskie said
It the U.S. abstention on
Security Council reso-
iiti of June 30condemn-
Israel for its activities
Jerusalem was "a posi-
ts, not a negative act."
said he wished "there
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s' I tory Musi,,,'
was another way"' of con-
tending with UN reso-
lutions that "undermine*'
the Camp David process.
Muskie made his remarks to
reporters after a long conference
at the White Mouse following the
Securit) Council vote and
against the background of angry
protests from American Jewish
leaden and others who felt the
U.S. should have vetoed the
resolution.
THE SECRETARY of
State equated the series of seven
anli Israel actions by the
Security Council over the past
four months with "unilateral
acts by the parties themselves."
While he did not mention Israel,
the reference seemed to apply to
Israel since the U.S. has not at
any time blamed Egypt for
"unilateral acts."
Muskie told reporters that the
Jerusalem issue was discussed
very thoroughly with the Presi-
dent and other advisers" before
the UN vote. "We are being
faced constantly with these
resolutions in the United
Nations whose effect is
whether intentional or not to
undermine the negotiations now
going on the (amp David
process
"They are not constructive in
the sense that they do not sub-
stitute for the process. They
divert attention from it. They
undertake to prejudge some of
the issues which will be nego-
tiated or scheduled. They have
the same effect as unilateral
actions by the parties them-
selves.'' he said.
MUSKIE CONTENDED that
"the only way" to keep the
Camp David process going "is
Continued on Page 7-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTAI
The Cabinet has for-
mally recorded expressions
of "displeasure" by several
ministers with the U.S.
abstention in the United
Nations Security Council's
June 30 vote on a
resolution condemning
Israel's practices in Jeru-
salem. There was no of-
ficial Cabinet resolution on
the subject.
Cabinet Secretary Arye Naoi
told reporters afterwards. "1 am
authorized to reiterate the Israel
Government's position, which is
based on the national consensus
on Jerusalem namely the city
of Jerusalem, which was reunited
in a legal act of national self-
defense, will remain forever one
citv. indivisible evermore, and
THE CABINET also heard a
report sent by larael'a chief
negol iator in the autonom) talks.
Interior Minister Yosef Burg, on
his meeting* in Washington last
weak which resulted in an
agreement with the Egyptian
chiel negotiator, Foreign
Minister Kamal Hassan Ali. and
I S special Ambassador Sol
LinowiU to resume the
negotiations in Cairo, beginning
July 10
Burg indicated that President
Carter and his Administration
are pressing for substantial
progress soon but that Egypt, it
appears to the Israeli
negotiators, would prefer the
talks to drag on until after the
American Presidential elections
in November.
Burg wrote that Carter
Continued on Page 10-A
had
Squadron Responds 11-A
56 U.S. Jews Rap Begin Gov't.
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Fifty-six prominent
American Jews issued a
statement here calling for
"peace and security
through territorial com-
promise on the West
Hank and warning
against "extremists in the
public and within the
(Israeli) government,
guided by religious and
secular chauvinism, who
distort Zionism and
threaten its realization."
The statement, a sharp
criticism of the territorial policies
of Prime Minister Menachem
Begins government and the
philosophy behind them, en-
Continued on Page 11-A
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92-Year-Old Volunteer Honored
The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)
Women's Division, at its annual dinner in New
York, honored 92-year-old Minnie Glover, a
member of the HI AS Women's Division and a
HI AS volunteer for over 70 years.
The luncheon, attended by over 200 members
and invited guests of the nine chapters com-
prising the Women's Division, marked its 33rd
year of existence.
Minnie Glover, a pioneer of the women's
rights movement, received a standing ovation as
New York State Supreme Court Judge Betty
Kllerin. president of the Women's Division of
HI AS. presented her with a gold inscribed stick-
pin.
The U.S Senate has passed a bill to help
victim! of abusive condominium sales practices.
It will especially help thousands of Floridians
who signed long-term leases with automatic
escalator clauses on recreation facilities.
The legislation was sponsored by Florida's
Senators I.awton Chiles and Richard Stone, and
mi adopted as part of a larger measure, the
Housing and Community Development Act of
I960, which the Senate also approved.
When this becomes law. it will immediately
troozc the recreation leases and prevent future
increases no matter how high inflation goes."
Stone said. "This will relieve very heavy
burden that the unfortunate owners of these
long-term recreation leases with escalator clau-e-
have borne for many years. "
H'nai B nth International has called on the
United States and other nations to "roundly
reject' President Giscard d'F.staing s proposal
that Israel return to the pre-1967 borders with
Jordan before there can be a negotiated Middle
Fast settlement
Denouncing the proposal as "diplomacy at its
emptiest." Jack J. Spitzer. B'nai B'rith presi
dent, said that the eastern frontier that existed
prior to the 1967 war was an armistice line, not a
recognized international boundary The area was
occupied by Jordan in the war of 1948 and held
by Jordan as occupied territory until the Six-
Day War
"It was from that very frontier that Israel was
attacked twice by Jordan and innumerable times
by Arab terrorists." Spitzer declared.
I.udwig Jesselson. long active as a leader and
supporter of Jewish philanthropies and
educational institutions in the United States and
Israeli has been awarded an honorary doctoral
degree by Bar Ilan Univerait)
The award was presented by I)r Fmanuel
Kackman. Bar-Ilan s president, at the insti
tut ion's campus in Ilamat Gan. Israel Following
the ceremony, a reception honoring Jeaaeteon
ua- given by the University's Institute tor
Higher Torah Studies, which he helped to
establish.
Jesselson. a member of Bar-Han's board of
trustees, served as chairman of the New York
UJA-Federation campaign in 1978-79 and 1979-
80.
President Carter has appointed Hyman Book
binder. Washington representative of the
Ludwig Jesselson: recent recipient of an
honorary doctorate from Bar-Ilan
University in Ramat Gan, Israel.
ton York State Supremi Court J
Betty Ellerin fright), president of MAS
Women's Division, presents an award to
board member, Minnie Glover, <; MAS
volunteer for orvr 70 yean
American Jewish Committee, as one <>t a group
of Americans who will serve on the 1 S Hol<>
caust Memorial Council
The Council will implement the recommen
dations for permanent memorial in Washington
for the victims ol the Holocaust, as proposed by
the President t Commission on the Holocaust
BcKikbinder was also a member of that com-
mission, and served as chairman of its Com
nutlet-on Human Rights
A major recommendation of theCommitU
Human Rights, proposed by Bookbinder calls
for the creation of an American Committee of
Conscience, which will be charged with identify-
ing and bringing to public attention actU
threatened genocide anywhere in the world, and
stimulating worldwide action to prevent it
The 1960s should be declared Israel i d<
of technology," and in this framework
ironies exports should be incn illion
.i year by the end of the decade said Uzia C
president ol Elron electronics one ol I si
largest firms in the field, in as : the
Technion-Israel Institute ol lechnology in
Haifa
Though this would mean an export incn
some tenfold from the present rate ol I
million annually. Israel has the brainpower
needed to meet the challenge, said (lalil
The drive would call for 60.000 additional
electronics industry workers there are
presently 20.000 and an increased number of
engineers and programmers. 16.000 compared to
the present 4.000
The industry now has an output of $600
million a year, and has grown during the last
decade by between 20 to 25 percent a vear he
said, delivering the Philip Merlin Memorial
Lecture at the Technion There are some 40 com-
panies in the industry today.
The 100th anniversary of Martin Buber's birth
is being commemorated by the publication bv
the Hebrew University s Magnes Press of a bib
liography of his entire writings
The publication is the last in a series of events
commemorating the centenary of the late
Hebrew University scholar, including a number
of exhibitions on Buber in Israel and abroad
symposia and lectures on Buber's life and work '
The appearance of the 160- page bibliographv
was celebrated at a reception at the Universitv
hosted by University President Avraham
H.afrm.aHaild Blt!.ndfd ff the hl'<*>Pher's son
Rafael Buber and Ms Margot Conn, librarian o
the Jewish National and University Libra
who together compiled the bibliography as well
as by a numbe of Umversi fSy members
and other invited guests. "*no*rs
Rafael Buber. 80. has been working on his
m x Mnt"r.glS,nCe hls death S 1965 It took
him and Ms. Cohn. who was Martin Buber's
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Mews in Brief
Dory Schary Passes at Age 74
EW YORK Dore
ary, honorary chairman
the A nti- Defamation
gue of B'nai B'rith. is
d. Mr. Schary passed
iy Monday at the age of
following a lengthy
ess.
ong active as chairman
he ADL in a variety of
ish causes, Schary was
noted Hollywood and
ad way writer, producer
director.
rn in Newark, N.J.. Mr.
ry went to Hollywood in the
s where he wrote more than
nt u>n pictures and produced
as in charge of production of
e 350 additional films.
Iis credits included the
jmentary film. Israel The
if to Be. and he was chairman
In Hicentennial Conference of
tural Arts of the National
rish Welfare Board.
)ne of his most distinguished
was Sunrise at Campobello.
story of the struggle waged
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
but polio, which was one of
[major Broadway successes. It
"taged in 1958. just one year
he was fired from Metro-
Jwyn-Mayer for what Mr.
>ry always insisted was his
>ort of liberal causes.
Imong his films was the
idemv Award-winning Hoys
Other of his credits in-
led Edison tht Man. Young
n Edison, Battle of Otttys-
l Iis first interest in the theater
.! a teenager with roles in
|H \ productions
ia survived by his wife,
ri.im. thrM children and seven
l(i( hlldren
JKRISALKM Prime
lister Begin, recovering from
ild heart attack at the Hadas-
llospital in Jerusalem, was
sferred Monday from the
nsive care unit to a private
in the cardiac department
le Prime Minister's condition
Lni stable, and his doctors
satisfied with his recovery.
[KKl SALEM The
^reme Court has issued a
porary injunction barring the
prnment from taking over the
bowned Kast Jerusalem
Ctric Co.. which serves the
t Hank. The High Court
in hearings on appeals
ist the deportations of two
It Hank mayors and a Moslem
{ious judge.
oth cases have important
tical ramifications. The in-
Ction. answerable by Knergy
i^ter Yitzhak Moda'i and the
Bt Hank military commander.
the government 45 days to
cause why its takeover
-i government announced late
year that it would terminate
electric company's concession
un a year in order to
mate inefficiency."
majority in this normally quiet
Negev township erupted into
angry demonstrations and street
brawls over the weekend
requiring intervention by police.
There were some minor in-
juries, but no arrests reported.
The police estimated that at least
4.000 of the towns 10.000
population participated in the
melee which began Friday night
and continued intermittently
through Saturday. The town was
quiet Sunday, but police
patrolled the streets.
The basic issue is the in-
sistence by the Orthodox that the
growing secular community
conform to their way of life The
non-observant charge religious
coercion by the municipal leaders
who are Orthodox. The im-
mediate cause of the disturbances
was the municipal swimming
pool which is open six days a
week three days for men and
three days for women. The
secular community has not de-
manded that the pool be kept
open on the Sabbath, but they
inaial that it be open to men and
women on the same days so that
families can enjoy the facility
together.
The Orthodox will not tolerate
mixed swimming
TIVOT, Israel A sim-
ptig kulturkampf between
' 'r Jews and the Orthodox
NEW YORK Nine members
of the Jewish Defense League
took over the Manhattan office of
Interns for Peace and demanded
that the group stop helping
Arabs in Israel F.ight persons,
including officials of Hashomer
Hat/air and Americans for Pro-
gressive Israel, which also share
the office complex, were ejected
by the .11)1. group.
Dov Hecker. who led the group,
called the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency to tell of the takeover He
said the JDL demands that
Interns for Peace "give up the
dangerous false hope that Jews
and Arabs can peacefully co-exist
inside or outside the land of
Israel' and Hecker said the
Interns should "disband im-
mediately unless all their efforts
are directed in aiding only poor
Jewish families and not Arab
ones in the Stale of Israel.''
BONN Criminal charges
have been filed in a West Berlin
court against nine former judges
of the Hitler era who are accused
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of having sentenced 350 Germans
and non-Germans to death for
political reasons. All were mem-
bers of the notorious Volks-
gerichtshof which handled the
cases of political opponents of the
Nazi regime.
The charges were brought by
the Frankfurt-based West Ger-
man Association of Nazi Victims
and the Union of Anti-Fascists.
A spokesman for the association
conceded that there are major
differences of opinion in legal
circles aa to whether the charges
will be acted upon under present
West German laws.
To date there have been no
successful charges against former
Nazi judges.
JERUSALEM In a series of
hard-hitting speeches here last
week, the veteran American
Jewish leader Max Fisher of
Detroit called on the World Zion-
ist Organization to overhaul its
structure which is based on
political parties Fisher, who is
chairman of the Jewish Agency's
Board of Governors, attended the
Agency's annual Assembly here
and also addressed the meeting of
the Zionist General Council
which preceded it
Fisher claimed that the party
system is an anachronism which
has repeatedly proven detri-
mental to the Jewish Agency.
"We have seen how party politics
can interfere with the effective
functioning of the WZO and the
Jewish Agency." Fisher said in a|
speech to the Council
Co i
NEW YORK Valery Pilni
kov, a Soviet Jewish activist
from Kiev, has been sentenced to
five years of hard labor, ac-
cording to the National Con
ference on Soviet Jewry (NCSJ).
He was tried for allegedly
assaulting his neighbor.
Pilnikov was arrested on May
16 upon his return from Moscow,
where he and a group of Soviet
Jews from his home city
delivered a complaint to the
Communist Party Central Com-
mittee regarding new emigration
restrictions. The trial was held
without legal representation for
Pilnikov and despite written
evidence clearing' him of all
charges.
In reaction to the guilty
verdict, Pilnikov's wife. Olga.
immediately planned to fly to
Moscow. After boarding the
plane, she was taken off the air-
craft by KGB officers and had a
copy of her husband's verdict
confiscated.
ASHDOD The USS Richard
E. Byrd. a destroyer attached to
the Sixth Fleet, fired a 21 gun
salute here last Friday to mark
the 204th anniversary of Amer-
ican independence. Israeli Navy
missile boats fired a return
salute.
The Byrd and her sister ship.
USS Brombey. were in port to
celebrate the Fourth of July and
provide shore leave for their
crews, a total of 810 officers and
men. Both American ships were
decorated with flags from stem to
stern.
Peres Sounds
Unusual Note
JERUSALEM (JTAi -
Shimon Peres, chairman of the
opposition Labor Party, said that
he had "not encountered any
American opposition" to the idea
that Israeli settlements could
remain along the Jordan Valley
in a future peace settlement.
Similarly, Peres told
correspondents here, the U.S.
was prepared to see the Israeli
army remain on the Jordan River
under a peace agreement.
Peres warned that if Israel did
not take the diplomatic initiative
during 1980 it would face massive
American pressure for either a
return to Geneva or a return to
the Rogers Plan in 1981
HE SAID this was because
any newly elected or reelected
administration would feel free to
squeeze Israel, especially since by
that time Israel's foreign debt
would be m the order of $20 billion
and its dependence on
Washington would be nearly
total.
The IS "will not have to
exert pressure but merely to
retuse to increase its aid.'' Peres
warned. Hi- recommended that an
Israeli initiative be taken in one
or more of the following direc-
tions:
Implementing autonomy in
Gaza first, since the Egyptians,
he said, believed it could be
implemented there without
reference to the West Hank; a
more meaningful approach
towards the question of the
powers of the proposed autonomy
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The upcoming women's conference in
Copenhagen will emphasize the Johnny-One-Note
tune whistled by the Arab phalanx of this planet
Earth and the way in which the world dances in
response.
At a time that women in Iran are taking their
lives in their hands by protesting against the
medieval modes of "female behavior" which the
Ayatollah Khomeini is attempting to reimpose on
them; when the Republican Party found it hard in
Detroit this week to come to a consensus about the
Equal Rights Amendment; when women everywhere
in lands that are both advanced and only now
developing are still victimized by various levels
of discrimination, at such a time it is difficult to
envision that the Copenhagen conference will be
subjected to another war over attacks on Israel as
racist.
We say "another" because that is what hap-
pened in Mexico City to begin with in the infamous
Zionism equals racism resolution years ago and
what happened only last week in Geneva at a
meeting of the International Labor Organization,
where the Arab phalanx sang their one-note
symphony most recently.
Copenhagen No Surprise
Still, we should not be surprised. It is not only
women's problems that are put at the bottom of the
list of priorities in a conference designed to study
these problems. At the United Nations every day.
where world problems involving poverty, disease,
illiteracy, technological deficiency and military
aggression in a variety of hotspots ought to be top
priority, does not the UN agenda feature as vir-
tually a principal subject of its debate Israel. Israel.
Israel?
We say we should not be surprised if only
because, in the order of Arab affairs women's rights
would surely come last. And because a free society.
such as Israel's, is an absolute threat to its
medieval condition._________________________________^^^^
56 American Jews
We applaud the statement by Howard
Squadron, new chairman of the Conference of
1'residents of Major Jewish Organizations, who this
week deplored the statement signed by 56 American
.Jewish intellectuals concerning the policies of the
Menachem Begin government.
The intellectuals set their sights on Begin's
Lough attitude toward the West Bank and Ga7- and
his firm insistence that yet another set -ate
Palestinian state must not be permitted to e:; .-rge
in the Middle East, to be more precise, right on
Israel's borders.
What the intellectuals want is more concessions
to be wrung out of Israel in the name of peace. This
at a time when it has become absolutely crystal
clear that Begin's own enthusiastic withdrawal from
the Sinai in the name of peace with Egypt has thus
far brought only Israel's withdrawal not full
diplomatic reciprocity between the two countries,
not an enthusiastic intellectual and cultural ex-
change, not a new citizen-to-citizen relationship
except insofar as Israelis have attempted to in-
stitute these things on a one-way street.
Principally, it has not really brought peace,
only more and more Anwar Sadat demands for more
and more Israeli concessions. This is bitter enough
fruit of the Camp David accords. The 56 American
Jewish intellectuals were not really needed by Sadat
to press his advantage.
Squadron's deploring of their statement makes
this crystal clear.
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THE RHETORICIANS, those
neanderthal creatures living out
their extinction among us in a
quiet despair for the extinction
with them of the logical and
meticulous use of language, call it
ad hominem It has to do with a
kind of argument addressed to
the man
In ad hominem argument, you
go for the jugular You ignore
issues and address your attack to
the man himself his sex life,
his drinking habits, his business
practices, his religious affiliation,
his race, whatever is convenient
as a first fistful of mud
IN THIS kind of debate, the
implication is that a scoundrel
can not possibly be on the right
side of any issue, and so why
bother discussing any issue with
him at air* The logical fallacy
here is obvious, and in practical
terms ad hominem is
devastating
FOI od hominem comes from
ignorance, bigotry and prejudu <
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r ignorant bigot, more than
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bigotry and prejudice Worse.
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personality m his opponent, or
van U) make new ones where
none existed in the first place It
l- the character assassin who
-, | ihe scoundrel in order to
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ap|M>als lo the worst in us at the
WOrSl of times
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ALL THESE things must J
understood in order to pprtcati
the enormity of the iVmocm,
Party's announced ramp**,
tactic against Ronai I K>^,
the upcoming presidential ^
conceived by Chairman Robm
Strauss that Reagan i* not ol
the stuff of which presidents
made that Reagar ls beu
equipped to be a cowboy rnov,
star "
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why a movie COwboj | ^l
poorly-equipped to be prrwJNj!
than. say. a peanut farmer Tel
history of the \m*ni
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U.S. Prepares for Tough World Meet
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Number 37
Late in June and early in July,
when the 37-member United
States Delegation to the World
Conference of the UN Decade For
Women. 1980. was going through
final briefings, obvious efforts
were being exerted to pen up the
snake let loose in 1975 m Mexico
City
The reptile, the creation of an
Arab-Soviet-Third World
wrecking crew, was adoption of a
statement equating Zionism with
racism. Those who really know
the meaning of racism and the
meaning of Zionism found, and
continue to find, such a
pronouncement obnoxious,
abhorrent, and downright nasty.
IN THE five intervening
years, warning flags have gone
up to prevent a repetition of such
damaging nonsense. Nowhere is
that more apparent than in the
warm-up sessions for the
women's Conference scheduled
for July 14 to 30 in Copenhagen
A document prepared by the
Economic Commission for
Western Asia a section of the
UN Economic and Social Council
- declared that three topics
must have priority at the
Copenhagen meeting: |.
Apartheid; 2- Palestinian
women; 3- refugees.
Sarah Waddington. assistant
to President Carter for political
liaison and women's concerns
and co-leader of the U.s!
delegation bound for
Copenhagen, has condemned the
Robert
Segal
document just mentioned la
paper prepared with the help of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization!
Mrs Waddington has assured
ail interested that the American
delegation will work with other
conference goers to oppose the
new Copenhagen statement
reminiscent of the Mexico City
document
Other American delegates who
can be expected to share Mrs
waddington's watchman at the
gate stance include Lynda
Johnson Robb, Judy Carter
Dorothy Height (president of the
National Council of Negro
Women), and Esther R Lands
Ipast president of the National
t ouncil of Jewish Women I
THESE FOLKS want to gel
on with what should lie the main
business of the Copenhagen
sessions They will be demanding
discussions and action on health
jobs, education and related issues
transcending importance
dozens of other concerns
However, if the PLO-bapired
delegates overpower the con-
vention and mst on eating up
the conference Una b) pressiBj
for a Zionism is K.i poUtsal
campaign, the Amen, r- wiD m
prepared They will demand
discussion in depth of the plgst
of South African blanks livingm
a traditional climat- "f P*
theid. they will join the light"
end bloodshed in that area ThfJ
are determined to block nu
Israel political attempts to mak*
the plight of Palestinian womea
separate agenda item
What a traveoty that
opinion has not reached i
desirable point at which
politiraluation of U1t'*rn""?~
forums can be made to stop short
of the insatiable determination W
Jang up on Israel. Zionism. W
ewt!
IN 1875. it was pointed cat
that those who try w "fj
into U*
make racism
lyrtonyrnous is t*
tamount to declaring the I
States in favor of ant 'swn**
It was clearly shown that
end goal of the Arab plotter*
not to smash racism but totn
expel Israel from the l"lMQ
Nations.
And along the way ***?.
spokesmen asked the world*
take note that the United s^j
pays a disproportionaH' P"
the heavy cost of msintanunf
UN and its multi-faceted c
missions. Women who bar
PLO move at Copenhagen sj.
wish to weigh carelull)
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American delegates
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Past Haunts Him
Anderson Admits Amendment Was 'Mistake'
PHILADELPHIA -
\) Rep. John
iderson (R.. III.), who is
ining as an independent
indidate for the
esidency. told
kpresentatives of the
(wish community here
it he was mistaken when
1961 and 1963 he sought
Constitutional amend
?nt to declare the United
id's to be a "Christian
it ion," Al Erlick, editor
id David Gross, news
litor of the Jewish
tponent. report.
Anderson cited his opposition
^ the school prayer amendment.
nch he said former California
Ronald Reagan, the likely
(publican candidate, supports.
representative of his views on
kurch-state issues
THE REPUBLICAN
)ngressman. who was here to
in a place on the Pennsylvania
illnt by mounting a petition
[S. Africa Trade
'Negligible'
M \SHlNGTON UTA) -
rade between Israel and South
frica. an issue frequently raised
the enemies of both, is a
rgligihle proportion of each
kintrya overall foreign trade
ptraow, it is conducted openly
lereas many countries which
ficially boycott South Africa.
de with it clandestinely.
Those points were made by
">c Hoppenstein. Consul
pneral at the South African
Tibassy in Washington and a
)uth African .Jewish community
der. in a recent address at the
>rthern Virginia Jewish
mmunity Center in Arlington.
ISRAEL-SOUTH African
ide represents only one-half of
le percent of each country's
)t.il trade or the equivalent of
ix cent in two dollars, Hop-
snstein said. By any
pasurement. trade with South
frica by the U.S.. Western
trope and Third World
ftuntnes far exceeds Israel's.
The enemies of both countries
re constantly endeavoring to
devil'' Israeli South African
ide. he said. "Not only Britain.
ranee. West Germany and the
S trade with South Africa but
my Third World nations do so
well. The only difference is
it Israel trades with South
Lfrica by day and the Third
Yorld nations trade with us by
.ighi." he added
Hoppenstein noted "the great
Lmosphere of change in the
>rld today." particularly in
ithern Africa with the Por-
jese departing from Angola
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the Jewish community and the
two editors during his two-day
visit. He sought to assure them
that he is not a "spoiler." but a
serious candidate for the
Presidency.
Turning to the search for peace
in the Middle East. Anderson
said he favors "a quiet diplomatic
effort rather than public-
proclamations. We must keep
pre-election theatrics out of
Middle East diplomacy," he said.
ANDERSON, who has spoken
critically of Israel's settlement
policy in the past, asserted that
no purpose is served by a noisy
media debate about its merits.
This. too. he would relegate to
the realm of quiet diplomacy.
On the question of Jerusalem.
Anderson said moving the U.S.
Embassy there from Tel Aviv
must wait for the completion of
the peace negotiations.
The candidate's position on a
possible Palestinian state is that
"A Palestinian state in the
traditional sense would simply be
a precursor to another war. There
must be a new diplomatic for-
mulation under which the
Palestinian people can enjoy their
rights, can feel in charge of their
own destiny, but without an
army and without an in-
dependent foreign policy There
is no right to start another war "
TURNING TO the latest
requests for U.S. arms by Jordan
and Saudi Arabia. Anderson
said. Flooding the area with
arms is not the way to peace To
simply give in to Saudi Arabia
and Jordan on arms without
exacting a price their
cooperation in the peace effort
makes no sense "
Publisher
Brin Passes
BOSTON (JTAI Funeral
services were held here in Brook
line for Alexander Brin. editor
and publisher of the Jewish
Advocate of Boston, who died
after a lengthy illness at the age
of 87.
Brought to this country from
Russia by his widowed mother at
the age of 11. Brin went to work
as a newsboy to help bring over
his sister. Sarah, and his younger
brother. Joseph.
WINNER of an essay contest
sponsored by Mayor John Fitz-
gerald, grandfather of President
Kennedy, he was given a job as
office boy on the Boston Herald
and within three years became a
staff reporter.
A dramatic series of articles by
him on the I>*o Frank case In
Georgia attracted the attention
of I-ouis Brandeis. then a Boston
attorney, who asked Brin. then
21, to become editor of the
\di ocate, succeeding Jacob de
Haas, a former secretary to
Thcodor Herzl.
While editor of the Adintcate,
he served longer on the
Massachusetts Board of Edu-
cation 88 years than any
other member He was the lirst
Jew to In-come chairman
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Carter Maneuver Tactical Block in Copenhagen
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Senate has
called on the Carter Ad-
ministration to press hard
to obtain support from
other governments to join
in the United States effort
to prevent the United Na-
tions Conference on Wom-
en in Copenhagen July 14-
30 from becoming a forum
for anti-Israel sentiment.
Reflecting widespread feeling
among American women who
discussed the subject at the
Stale Department in mid-June.
i he Senate accepted a resolution
denouncing the scheduling of
debate on Palestinian women as
an "unfortunate intrusion of
political issue into a conference
devoted directly to questions of
health, education and employ-
ment for women throughout the
world."
"THE U.S. delegation to the
conference should be instructed
to oppose any resolutions or
amendments introduced at the
Copenhagen Conference on
issues which do not relate
directly to the goals of the con-
ference, such as the separate
issue of Palestinian women, and
should actively work with other
delegations to ensure that they
voice similar opposition." the
Senate declared.
The Senate resolution was
authored by Sen Jacob K.
Javits IK.'. NY I. ranking
minority member of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
and co-sponsored by 17 other
Democratic and Republican
Senators.
On June 10, Javits and
Foreign Relations Committee
Chairman Frank Church 11)..
Idahol warned Secretary of Stale
Edmund Muskie of a "blatant
attempt to politicize the con-
ference" and urged Muskie "to
instruct the U.S. dek'gation to
the conference to firmly oppose
and contain anv initiative
relating to this issue
AT THE recent Washington
conference for women at the
State Department. in
preparation for Copenhagen,
virtually all speakers among the
150 it tending spoke out sharply
against what was generally
described as a Soviet-Arab effort
to use Palestinian women as a
means to extend their propa
ganda campaign against Israel I
national character and Zionism
At the first conference for
women in Mexico Citj fiveyaan
ago, the Sot u'l-Arab bloc and its
allies succeeded in adoption of a
resolution linking Zionism with
racism and apartheid For the
Copenhagen Conference, the
same forces have placed on the
agenda as a major item effects
of Israeli ixrupation on Pales-
tinian women inside and outside
the occupied territories
The 66-page IN document
was developed by the Economic
Commission for Western Asia, a
section of the UN Economic and
Social Council, which includes
Anwar on Phone
Wishes Begin Speedy Recovery
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
President Anwar Sadat of Egypt
telephoned acting Prime Minister
Yigael Vadin to inquire about
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin a health and expressed
wishes for his speedy recovery on
behalf of himself and his wife.
Jihan. Begin was reported to be
recuperating satisfactorily and
out of intensive care.
Kenmore
His physician. Dr. Mervyn
(iottesman. said that Begin will
have to remain in the hospital
and should make a "full
recovery" from his "light heart
attack. He said that when Begin
returned to work he would be able
to fulfill his task properly to
work at the same pace as he has
been working until now."
MEANWHILE. political
observers here said that if Begin
continues to make a slow hut
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steady recovery, as predicted by
his doctor, his illness will have
proved to be a boon to his shaky
Likud-led coalition government
Although the government
easily defeated a motion lor early
ejections in the KnSBBSt, there
have been rumblings of
discontent in coalition ranks and
numerous araverera Hut his
illness is likch to solidif) support
behind the Prime Minister at
least tor the time bains;, the
obsen era said
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various coalition I
disturbed bj ft ilroosi
aulomatu designat ioi ) ad i
.i- acting Prune Minisu i
acting Defense Minister while I
i- incapacitated The Liberal
Party i- particularly resentful
that Begin did not ask their n
Deput> Prime Minister S
l-.hrluh. to assume at least ,,!,,
those posts
Although Vadin has served u
acting Prime Minister in the
past, on occasions when Begin
was either ill or broad, his
political baas was strongar
the PLO. and from which Israel
has been excluded The
document, which is replete with
attacks on Zionism and Israel.
r,.(,rs to Israel as "the Zionist
entits
AN OFFICIAL US state-
ment circulated at the Washing
ton meeting said the KCWA
document was slipped into a
provisional list of items at the
UN preparatory m.v!in- tsd
York last April ^>
delegations were unawar^
existence." the statement <.'
The Western r uri)petns ^
to its
others objected
in the agenda,
bloc countries. Kir\nt p.l u
Cub. and SenegV ^
cessful in getting the chair .
rule in their favor ,lespltt(fc"
expressed over its i..^,]
The statement ,, M_. ."
Korvne E Herbal .-h.^.;
the U.S. delegation ln V, <,
and Barbara J
representative
on
alterau, -
Israel, Egypt Resume
Talks in Washington
W \SM[NGTON
(JTAI Tht- chief
negotiators ol t ht- United
States, Egypt and Israel
dealing with autonomy
arrangements for the West
Hank and Gaza opened
their discussions h>rv in a
downtown hotel but
declined to discuss' what
transpired
hgyptian Foreign Minister
Kamal Hassan Ah. Israeli
Interior Minister 'i oasi Hurg and
U S special Ambassador Sol
LinowiU, met In-hind closed
doors bj themselves t,> find a
way of resuming the talks that
rare broken off by Egypt in May
HI RG SAID that he was
going into the negotiations
without preconditions and
made it clear the Israeli
government continues to have
faith in the Camp I >a\ ui prnrjaas
in the effort to obtain a Middle
I ast )< at i
H .-. The U S
pos irdmg Jerusalem is
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Says Jerusalem
Is 'Not Undivided'
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department
said that Jerusalem is "not undivided," nor is there "free
k access" to its holy places. John Trattner, the Depart-
ment's new chief spokesman, replied in the negative
*r ^efjrhen those two points were raised in connection with the
]| U.S. abstention in the Security Council vote on a
resolution condemning Israel for altering the character
nd status of Jerusalem.
TRATTNER, replacing Hodding Carter, whose
assignation as chief spokesman took effect June 30, said
Biat with respect to Jerusalem, the U.S. considers "three
Central factors." He listed them as an undivided city,
_ l%ee access to the holy places for all faiths, and the prin-
! ciple that the final status of the city has to be decided
Jjfi negotiatons.
He added, "We don"t intend to prejudge the out-
me of those negotiations and we oppose others trying
prejudge it."
WHEN ASKED if the city is undivided and if there
as not free access to the Holy places, he replied in the
gative. Pressed further, he said he would not discuss
OSe points because "we've been through this."
Trattner denied that the Knesset's Constitutional
mmit tee's decision to approve a measure affirming
rusalem 8S Israel's capital had any part in the U.S.
cision to abstain in the Security Council vote.
Muskie Defends
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McHenry's Abstention
On Jerusalem
Vote at UNations
Continurd from Page 1-A
my abstention'' on such
SKolutions. "We ought not to be
jftverted." he said When a
>rtex asked whether the
Knesset Legal Committee's
approval of a motion affirming
rusalem as Israel's capital was
"unilateral act" of the kind to
hich he referred, he replied. "I
ve indicated all unilateral
tions. and I don't exclude any
ving that effect."
I
I The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency asked the Secretary.
"Why is it so impossible for the
U.S to l>e able to say to the
World, we defend democracy;
Israel is a democracy, the only
One in the Middle Fast, and
Jerusalem is its capital, and we
lecogniMr that'.'" Muskie replied.
"We've said it many times I've
aid it many times. This
Administration has said it many
Siine- The question assumes a
ndition that don't exist
Whn the JTA asked why it
isn't said at the UN. he
sponded: "One of the problems
Of these resolutions is that we
Sri- asked to repeat rhetoric over
Snil nver again. What we're
ir\ mg t<> do is to get uway" from
Such rhetoric.
s
:
THAT DOBS nothing but
reate sometimes emotional
responses, divisiveness. diver-
sionary actions. What we're
trying to do is to get down to the
nitty gritty of the issues which
si.iihI between us and peace in
the Middle Last Now you can
embroider it with all the rhetoric
that you want, but the issue and
the problem have !>een sur-
rounded by rhetoric for almost
40 years now. and the only real
effort to get down to the nitty
gritty has Iwen the Camp David
process
Me added. "You cannot do it
Isolve the Arab-Israeli conflict)
by the succession of resolutions
in the UN which consume
energy, which confuse issues,
which ask us to prejudge issues
that are going to be negotiated.
That's my point. And abstention
is the only way that we can
make our point clearly I wish
there was some other way. What
I am saying is that in this
context abstention is a positive
act."
In a telegram to the White
House, sent before the UN vote.
Howard Squadron, new chair-
man of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, had urged the
U.S. to veto the resolution. "The
failure to veto this is a failure to
defend the Camp David ac-
cords." he said. Later, the out-
going chairman of the Presidents
Conference. Theodore Mann,
expressed "disappointment and
dismay" that the U.S. abstained
from but did not veto the
resolution. "Instead of ab-
i.umng from the latest attempt
to settle the Arab-Israel conflict
b) I \ action rather than by
face-to-face negotiations. (UNI
Ambassador iDonakll McHenry
should have lieen instructed to
Cast a veto," Mann said.
JACK SPITZER. president of
H'nai M'rith. also criticized the
U.S. abstention. Asserting that
the Security Council vote shows
that the Council "is less con
ccrned about peace in the Middle
East than it is about developing
Israel as a scapegoat." Spitzer
contended that a U.S. veto
"WOttM have been the only
appropriate response."
The Jewish Lal>or Committee
in New York sent President
Carter a telegram expressing
"shock and dismay" that the
Administration abstained in
stead ot vetoed the resolution.
"The issue is not really
Jerusalem but caving in to
OPEC threates ami l'L( I ter-
rorism." the JLC said.
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Friday. Jul>
No New Deadline
Linowitz Warns That Egypt-Israel Differences.NotJet Overcome
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Egypt. Israel and
the United States were to
resume negotiations on
autonomy for the West
Bank and Gaza Strip,
probably Thursday, in
Cairo. But there will be no
deadline to achieve
agreement. The
negotiations were
suspended in May by
President Anwar Sadat
because of lack of progress.
The announcement that the
three parties have set a date for
their resumption was made at the
State Department following a
series of meetings between
President Carter. U.S. special
Ambassador Sol Linowitz. and
the chief negotiators of Israel and
Egypt. Interior Minister Yosef
Burg and Foreign Minister
Kamal Hassan Ali There were no
indications that Carter offered
any special inducement to revive
the stalled talks
LINOWITZ SAID at a press
conference that the agreement to
resume negotiations does not
mean differences have been
overcome." but "resolution of the
differences can best be achieved
within the context of
negotiations.' He said the U.S.
has not offered a "draft plan but
that "we put ideas."
He did not elaborate. He
emphasized that today we know-
both parties are determined to go
forward, a "mechanism is set
up" and issues are being
"ventilated." When Burg was
asked about a deadline for
agreement, he replied, *< have a
target but not a target dale He
said Israel wanted the
discussions to go on until an
agreement is achieved
Asked what altered Kgypi s
position since it was Sadat who
suspended the talks. Ali said.
We agreed everything is
negotiable." and we ha\e to
negotiate and ha\c to come to a
conclusion on every point I hope
by the Camp David agreement-,
we will come to good conclusions
for every part of the area and a
comprehensive pea
ASKED IE Jerusalem is now
up front issue. Ali said.
"Then is no priority of
negotiating issues He em-
phasized that "everything is to
be negotiated under the Camp
David accords and implement
ll nited Nations Security Council
ReaolutionI 243
Ah also said both of us (he
and Hurgl agree publicly to keep
the tone down and not explore
iatuee not under discussion He
made that remark when
questioned by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency about a
statement made a day earlier by
Osama el Baz, a member of the
Egyptian negotiating team
Ma/ saui on the ABC television
program. G >od A/nming
that Israel should
refrain from actions that "poiaon
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'Territories for Peace' Grand Illusion That Failed?
Continued from Page 1 A
;.ullmg out process. the
evacuation of the oilfields, the
strategic military passes, the
vast Sinai air bases.
Disillusionment became
widespread as the Egyptians
. took over more territory, made
* new demands in the autonomy
talks and dragged their feet over
the various "normalization'
* processes. Israelis could not
understand, for example.
Egyptian reluctance to sign the
igreement for a multinational
force to police the buffer /one
bet HMO the Sinai desert and the
167 border.
This led Premier Begin to
threaten, as Moshe Dayan had
wrged previously when Foreign
/ Minister, that Israel would not
implement the final stage of the
m Sinai withdrawal in less than two
war- unless Cairo signed the
i.:ri-vment
DISTURBING statements b)
ptian Defense Minister
\hmed liadawi. haw done
nothing to assuage Israel fears
i ml) few days ago. he made it
.-ld.intly clear that Egypt had
retained its military com-
SOU to the rest of the Arab
Aorld, emphasizing that if there
im aggression against any
^tate. and they ask us for
ma are committed to pro-
it." In the present chaotic
.it> of the Arab world, it is not
poraibkl for such a situation to
inipulated
Hadawi also disclosed that
oro has military advisers
technician! and military com
, riders in many Arab count ins
tiding the militant States that
I the peace treaty with
In other words, military
lopermtioo exists on the highest
with the bellicose rvjec-
' States.
Man) Israelis who initially
ported withdrawal from Sinai
balievs that they have )nen
nanauvarad by the Egypt-
that peace is illusory, that
~ il has obtained b> di
* >matic means what he could
no! .n hieve by force, and that a
- lai situation could he
nearad on the other bordan
thai ultimately Israel is
lali) ninfined to the narmw
indafenaibki Mediterranean
' il plain
was tear of Egypt's long
intentions, certainly after
disappears from the
political area, that compelled
people like Yigal Allon land no
one wanted peace morel to ab-
stain from supporting (as did
Moshe Shamir, now Begins
Foreign Ministerl the decision to
pull out of the whole of Sinai
thus putting Egypt'a big guns
again within range of Israel's
Cities
ISRAEL'S SECURITY.
rather than acquiring disputable
Biblical territory, was always
uppermost on Alton's mind and.
desperate though he was for
peace, he always insisted that it
was imperative for strategic
reasons for Israel to retain the
Red Sea costal strip from EUal to
Sharm .-Sheikh, Israels gateway
to Africa and the Far Fast
Today, more and more Israelis
believe thai he was right.
Moshe Sharon, a person who
understands the Arab mind more
than most, being a senior lecturer
on the Islamn people at the
Hebrew Imiersity. ls firmly of
the opinion that the time will
soon come when other Arab
Mates will repeat the Egyptian
Mriis, ,,nd offer peace for
tarritoriee He believaa that be-
cause of the political climate in
Israel end the country's growing
international isolation. Israel will
be placed in an extremely-
dangerous position, whatever
government is m power.
His view is that no responsible
political leadership in Israel could
again accept the idea of
territories tor peace" since this
trill be used as a vehicle to reduce
Israel to s defenseless mini-State
without gi\ mg her peace.
In other areas, away from the
political arena, the Egyptians
shy away from achieving nor-
malization and the type of
cooperation thai should exist
between friend!) neighbors This
b particularly evident in the field
of tourism
I HE MATTER ol Egged bus
rowte 362 is typical This new
service goes half way from Tel
\vi\ terminating at the
Seol Sims border crossing At
the lime I left Israel, the
I gyptians were still ignoring the
Israeli bus company 1 request to
coordinate timetables so that
passengers would not have a long
wait at the frontier lif all goes
well, it s anyway a tiring 1 1-hour
trip, including terry crossing of
the Sue/ Canal).
Similarl) on El M's Tel Aviv-
service where Israel's
is forced to fly a cir-
American Eagle Turned
Chicken at Geneva
Continued from Page I A
--" he American eagle turned
"tnto t chicken." one Western
-pondent observed when.
during the debate over the
genda, the U.S. remained silent
' <>< the American delegates
- M>l nned that they had wanted
-peak but were told that the
utera" list waa closed for lack
*
OTHERS SAID they did a lot
lobbying But the fact
""d that the Americans did
! hght to keep the resolution
"" the agenda, and that attitude
*med the Israeli as well as the
*;**"> delegations Francis
"'nchard. director general of the
11 acknowledged in a
Weviaion interview that he was
Worried about the organization's
future
' he poliucixation of the
conference made it impossible to
Ue many of the ILO s real
problems, and there is a danger
^' hat the IU) will cease to be what
1 meant to be and will deal
-'only ui political matters." he
sa'd Yet many observers claimed
that Blanchard did not do as
much as he might have to stop
the Arab resolution from being
presented
According to the voting
procedures, negative votes do not
Count and if the 1 IS had abstained,
the necessary quorum would not
have been attained.
ISRAEL WAS supported by
Latin American countries and the
Western Europeans Thanks to
Histadrut and the International
Confederation of Free Trade
Unions HCFTUl. many worker
delegates sided with Israel, while
their governments supported the
ami Israel move This was the
ease with Sri Lanka. Niger.
Mauritania and Uganda.
Evan workers from Frame.
Italy and Iceland whoa*
Organisations an' Communist
supported Israel The Mexican
government, which is pur
portedlv now friendly toward
Israel, spoke against it. in-
dicating a reversion to the
policies ol former President l.uis
Echeverria.
Cairo
airline
cuitous. instead of direct route to
the Egyptian capital.
At the top tourist level,
contacts between Egypt and
Israel are extremely formal,
initiatives invariably coming
only from the Israelis.
Repeatedly, the Egyptians have
declined friendly invitations to
ae Israel for themselves. On
lower touristic levels there is,
according to senior Israeli of-
ficials, virtually a blank wall on
the Egyptian side, though one
could be magnanimous and put
this down to the sort of negative
bureaucracy one finds in many
countries, even in Britain.
Another disquieting touristic
feature is that the traffic is more
or less one way. with large large
numbers of Israelis anxious to
visit their erstwhile enemy, even
though Egypt is far from ideal as
a tourist area, while tourist
traffic from Egypt to Israel is
virtually non-existent
IT IS. most people agree, a
good thing for borders to be open,
but there is nevertheless some
concern in Israel that many
tourists, particularly Americans,
who normally spent the whole of
their Middle East visit in Israel,
now stay part of the time in
Egypt, depriving Israel of much
needed foreign exchange.
Of greater concern to the many
people involved in tourism is the
future after final withdrawal from
Sinai of the delightful resorts
developed by Israelis at great
cost along the Red Sea "Riviera''
south of of Eilat What for
example, will he the fate of
Neviot Zahav and Sharm el-
Sheikh into which Israeli
pioneers have put so much effort
and loving care and travel
companies and hoteliers like
llaim Shiff so much money.
Shiff. who ownes Israel's biggest
hotel network, is. so far as Sinai
is concerned, an eternal optimist,
believing that the Egyptians will
allow him to continue to run his
hotel at Ophira. almost at the
southernest trip of the Sinai
peninsula.
But moshav and kibbutz types
elsewhere along this wonderful
stretch of coast are less sanguine
Preactically all the pioneers who
built the Zahaz holiday village
have already pulled out. leaving
the Jewish Agency to conduct a
holding operation until the final
withdrawal
WHETHER EGYPT will
retain these resorts as going
concerns is anyone's guess,
though there are rumours that
Cairo has asked a Scandinavian
company for a blueprint to
develop 11 holiday villages in the
Red Sea and Mediterranean
areas, and that it may build a
casino on the shores of the Red
Sea.
Some Eilat people in the
tourist industry, like lxindon
born Sheila Meltzer who. with her
husband, operates a hotel and
thriving travel company, is one of
the optimists She has links with
Egyptian travel firms and
believes that it will be the
business persons, rather than the
politicians, who have the decisive
voice so far as future Egyptian
relations are concerned.
But this view is not shared by
the many sceptics who feel that
the whole situation could change
radically before April. 1982 and
the events in the coming year
Another disquieting touristic
feature is that the traffic it
more iir less one Way, with
lurni larg( numbt rs of
Israelis anxious to visit their
erst while enem \. et en
though Egypt is far from
ideal as a tourist ana. while
tourist traffic from Egypt to
Israel is virtually non-
xistent
could compel Israel to decide to
hang on at least to the vital
coastal strip south of Eilat.
During my latest visit to
Israel. I found a widespread
desire for new leadership, for a
change of direction, as there was
in Britain before the last election
It's not so much a preference for
the Israeli Labor Party, itself
split by internal wranglings. as
general dissatisfaction with a
Government weakened by th<-
resignation of such leading
figures as Moshe Dayan and Ezet
Weizman and. because of it-
internal policies, probably the
most unpopular Government
Israel has ever had
THE GENERAL belief is that
it would Ik' toppled well before
next years Knesset elections if
Yigal Yadin's Democratic Party.
though strongly opposed to
many of Prime Minister Begin's
policies, were not determined to
cling to office and prop up the
Government rather than face the
near certainty of extinction in a
general election.
Yadin was a distinguished
soldier, a brilliant archaeologist,
but to many Israelis he seems out
of his depth in dealing with
skilled [mlit icans of Begin s
vanity. Israelis are unlikely to
forgive him and his party for
denying them a change of
leadership at this crucial period,
one which enabled a new
government to reconsider Israel's
relationship with the Arab
States, not least the hazards of
the "territories for peace" idea.
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Cab/net Affirms
Jerusalem Our Capital One City Undivided
Continued from Page 1-A
suggested that the three parties
compile a new framework
agreement for autonomy that
would highlight areas of accord
and play down those of discord.
But both Israel and Egypt
rejected the idea.
THE CABINET discussed the
controversial Knesset bill af-
firming united Jerusalem as
Israel's capital, an issue that
split hardliners and moderates
among the ministers. The bill was
submitted in May by Geula
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Deputy Prime Minister Simcha
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Cabinet Secretary Arye Naor
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[YORK (JTA) Howard Squadron, who
>ffice as chairman of the Conference of
of Major American Jewish Organizations,
ticized the statement released in Jerusalem in
prominent American Jews, including three of
essors, took issue with policies of Prime
fnachem Begin's government.
STATEMENT here. Squadron said: "I find it
ttable that American Jewish leaders should
this kind of public debate concerning the
rsued by the government of Israel. Such
prays unhelpful and divisive.
Utea the inevitable impression that the dif-
Hthin the Jewish community are more im-
in the areas of agreement. In fact, the Jewish
is united on the most important matters:
JT. that Jerusalem shall remain undivided and
il of Israel, with free access to all faiths,
tat the Camp David accords represent a great
^nt for peace and that the effort to achieve a
^autonomy arrangement for the West Bank and
lid be persistently pursued. Third that Israel is
ling democracy and that its government will
II on the basis of the wishes of the people of
lo are quite capable of carrying on great debates
lemselves."
nch Jews Suddenly
appy With Giscard
kl.EM (JTA) -
thantment of French
I the Mideast policy of
iment has had a
rlnni he campaign of
Israel \ppeal of
the first lime since
tippur War, Michel
h tan >>i ihe I \ in
Id the lewis h
He is .it
Jewish \g" i
pmbly
the fund* collected
II .; \ |* rcenl
p.i- and in expected
I mil I ii
LAST seven years,
I I \ fundi si sboul
he said He ex
ki 1 rent h Jewr) w as
Critical cit statements
Presideal Valen,
|1 B< iing during his
basl lour, as well as
[>f inviting Palestine
Organization leader
It to visit Paris
Topiol said the
of French Jewry also
Me effects. Despite the
lya. there is a growing
ling among French
tcentrality of Israel for
laid that the national
of French Jewry is
Nulionary. as some
Th Air Conditioned
Israelis here said In an indirect
reference to recent conflicts
between the leaders of French
Jewry and representatives of the
Jewish Agency, Topiol said that
this has been a gradual
development over several years
"IT TAKFS time to develop
the charm ter ol the community
In said rhe material expressions
ot this development is best ex
pressed in edm facilities
I h< lose I- nki Jews
France now devote considerable
.Hurt-- t.> building Jewish
schools and recent > demand has
surpassed supplj
I In Jew ish Vgency end t he
S it he local coin
munitieal agreed to double the
numlier ot children in Jewish
schools within .i five-year period
which is to expire next year H>
then some 7,000 children will
stud) m Jewish day schools
\nother expression of French
Jewr) s renaissance is the
growing involvement in current
affairs m Israel Hut. said Topiol.
although there is criticism among
French Jewry on Israeli politics.
this hardly affects the fund-
raising campaigns "We do not
mix in with Israeli politics lie
added. "Of course one should
have the right to express one's
opinion on what is going on in
Israel "
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Continued from Psge 1-A
dorsed the position of the Peace
Now Movement and was 9een as
an indicator of strong support
among American Jewish leaders
for the movement
THREE OF the signatories are
past chairmen of the Conference
of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations. They are
Rahbi Joachim Prinz (1965-67).
Rabbi Alexander Schindler (1976-
TH), and Theodore Mann 11978-
HOl Mann's term expired July 1.
The ('(inference of Presidents,
with a constituency of more than
30 national Jewish organizations
in the U.S., speaks for American
Jews on matters of concern to
them, particulars the well being
of Israel and U.S. Middle Fast
policy-
Prof. Leonard Fein. of
Hrandeis University in VYaltham.
Mass one of the organizers of
the petition, told a press con-
ference here that all of the
signatories were well-known as
strong supporters of Israel. He
made it clear that the group drew
a distinction between support for
Israel, which is unequivocal, and
support for Hegin government
policies with which they
disagreed
"WE ARE trying to make a
clear distinction between Israel
and certain policies ol Israel.''
Fein said. Participants at the
press conference said they felt
they expressed a widespread
feeling among American Jews.
They said they had the im-
pression that the majority of
American Jews attending the
annual Jewish Agency Assembly
now in session here would agree
with their statement
According to Fein, many of
those who signed are par
ticipating in the assembly.
(>t hers w ho were approached said
they could not sign because ot the
positions the) hold
One ol these was Max Fisher,
chairman ol tin lewish Agency
Hoard ol Gi ivernors Fisl
ii i lined to tell I hi Jew
I'elegraphic Kgenc) whether oi
not he would sign but told the
petitioners later that he would
noi because ol his position
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slogan first used by Peace Now.
The statement warned against
"extremists in the public and
within the government, guided be
religious and secular chauvinism,
who distort Zionism and threaten
its realization." saying that
they advance the vicious cyle ot
extremism and violence, which
nurture each ot her.
The statement continued
"Their way endangers and
isolates Israel, undermining the
ethical basis for our claims to a
life of peace and security Their
way leads to divisions within the
Jewish people, alienates friends
of Israel, and strengthens the
extremists among our enemies.
Their way undermines consensus
within Israel over the reasons for
fighting and dying. Theirs is the
way of obtuseness and violence.
Their way leads in a dead end
"IN ISRAEL the Jewish
people has sought to guarantee
its physical survival, to build a
sovereign Jewish society, and to
Create spiritual center for the
Jewish people. Peace is necessary
for the full realization of this
dream Our way is the way oi
peace and security through
territorial compromise on the
West H,mk
"Our wa) is the wa> ol co-
existence and of tolerance (>ur
way seeks to unite the Jewish
people around its Jewish and
humanist heritage At this time,
all those whose way is our way
must stand up and be counted
We must build a wall to block
violence and must return to
mainstream Zionism
Israeli Demand for U.S. Visas Not Up
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
American Consul. James C'arr.
reported no significant increase
in the number of Israelis asking
for entry visas to the U.S. this
year compared with the same
period in 1979. According to
travel agency sources however,
there has been a substantial
Increase in the purchase of one
way tickets to the U.S. by
Israelis who do not possess
immigration visas.
HE ADMITTED that there
are many ways to circumvent
that procedure. The KI Al offices
report that many Israelis who
Ixiughl a return ticket on a
charter flight or an "Apex"
round trip, which costs only
slightly more than a full fare one-
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Friday. Jury 11.1980
Hypocrisy' at UN
U.S. Leaders Angered by Resolution
NEW YORK (JTA) The
United Nations Security Council
was accused of "hypocrisy and
political chicanery'" in an angry
reaction to the resolution it
adopted condemning Israel for
"legislative and administrative
measures ... to alter the charac-
ter and status of the Holy City of
Jerusalem."
In a statement. Rabbi Joseph
Sternstein, president of the
American Zionist Federation,
also blasted "the failure of the
United States to veto this
blatantly false and unjust attack
on Israel."' According to Stern-
stein. this "is but a further
demonstration of the ominous
shift in our nation's Middle East
policy The resolution was
adopted by a vote of 14-0 with the
U.S. abstaining.
"DESPITE years of abuse of
the holy places, flagrant
violations of the armistice agree-
ment and an all-out effort to erase
any traces of Jewish heritage
from the Holy City. Jordan's 19-
year occupation of East Jeru-
salem elicited neither condem-
nations and admonitions from
the United Nations.'' Sternstein
noted.
"Yet Israel's conscientious
efforts to restore archaeological
sites, retain Jerusalem's unique
character and bring peace to the
once divided city evokes criticism
and denouncements," he said
The AZF president assailed the
UN as "a place where morality
and justice are held hostage to
the petrodollars and the influence
they wield. Once an admirable
institution, the United Nations
has today sunk deeper into the
morass of futility and sanc-
timony." he declared.
THE SECURITY Councils
resolution was also denounced in
a joint statement issued by
Rabbis Seymour Cohen of
Chicago. Arthur Lelyveld of
Cleveland and Haskel Lookstein
of New York, co-chairmen of
"The Great Pilgrimage to
Jerusalem" next November, a
project of the AZF.
"The most recent attempt in
the UN to redivde Jerusalem and
to end Israeli sovereignty shows
that powerful forces around the
world remain determined to seize
the heart of the Jewish people
Activists Concerned
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Jewish activitists here and
abroad are concerned about the
apparent crackdown on Soviet
Jewish young men who are of
military age and who apply to
emigrate to Israel, according to
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry INCSJ).
The latest incident, concerning
the plight of Grigory Geishis. 20.
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same reason, the latest one being
Boris Kalendarov, who is serving
a two-year sentence in a labor
camp.
GEISHIS. who was expelled
from a university in Leningrad,
was scheduled to appear before
his local draft board on May 12.
Instead of appearing at the draft
office, he delivered a formal
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Commissar of his district, stating
why he would not serve in the
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emigrate because of his mother's
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formation.
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Subsequently, the draft office
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was demoralizing and
humiliating, with shouts of
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and remove it from the Jewish
State, "they said.
"It could happen unless the
Jews of America impress upon all
concerned, including the Exec-
utive and Legislative branches of
government, the meaning of
Jerusalem to Jews everywhere.
This is the purpose of The Great
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ican Hebrew Congregations, said
It is deeply disappointing that
the Administration merely
abstained from and did not veto
the latest UN resolution
denouncing Israel This reso-
lution undercuts the Camp David
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Arab states in their refusal to
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and gives heart to the FIX) and
its vow to destroy Israel by
means of terrorist attacks
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the Reform rabbi said
Howard Squadron, president
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gress, said the U.S. should have
vetoed the resolution. "We are
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a resolution that seeks to
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("amp David peace process. Its
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between the parties and renders
them meaningless. The proposals
emlx>died in the resolution would
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divisiveness and strife that
characterized the king years pre-
ceding its reunification in 1967,"
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David peace process and streng-
thens the hand of rejectu>mst
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Millrilill
JewiitilhrkhssL
Page 13-A
rAd Hominem*: The Low Road
it inurd from Page 4-A
could truly be themselves
|a while and ponder the
ems of State away from the
egalitarian atmosphere of
sophisticated Washington
ken Franklin Roosevelt, one
tu- greatest of the elitists in
| history of the presidency.
I continued while in office also
ye in his ancestral mansion at
|e Park in Dutchess County,
nevertheless listed as his
ip.ii ion on his driver's license
he was a farmer.
hie Straussian salvo against
Igan's movie cowboy back-
jnd is therefore not only
[rary to the spirit of the
idency. it is ignorant of our
Dry into the bargain Thli
Irt. it is worse than ad
iincm with respect to Keagan
ftiself It is a reflection of the
Irter Strauss tactic ever since
1980 run for the presidency
|;.in The deadly duo have r*vn
ii"i all the way
THE MOST painful example
this, clearly, has been Carter's
nulling of Sen Kennedv
halleng*, which he has simpl)
Mused to raoognin exists on the
(resumption that Kennedy is his
moral inferior.
While Kennedy has attempted
to talk issues. Carter has stone-
walled both Kennedy and the
issues on the sanctimonious basis
of his moral superiority, with
never a thought that it is but a
stones throw, say. from Bert
Lance to Chappaquiddick. if one
wants to throw stones at all. and
apparently that is precisely what
Carter and Strauss intend doing
in the same way that they have
done it all along
The irony in this game plan for
handling Keagan is that Carter's
sanctimoniousness is shown up
for what it is a gutless moral
fibre, reckoned in his own terms,
that makes him no more eligible
tor the presidency than the
opponent he intends to pillory
BIT THIS is something that
Carter watchers have known all
along It is not just Kennedy and
Keagan with whom he has
refused to discuss issues
California Got Brown com
plained about this vary thing
during his own brief candidacy,
and so has averj other praai
dential hopeful whose hat hit the
brim of the ring even it only
moment arily
V\ hat emerges is that Carter is
Message to Council
Begin Urges U.S. Jews
Arms to Saudis
Fight
Bj DAVID LANDAU
II Kl SALEM |J1 \.
week long meeting of the
< leneral Council placid
routine tor the moat part,
with an impassioned
il b) Prime Minister
hen Begin to American
lews to fight Carter
nistration plans to tall
need weaponry to Jordan
r^-)'! Saudi Arabia and a bitter
larring debate over Israel's
settlement policy in the West
Bank
Begin, who delivered the
ling address several days prior
to liis most recent heart attack.
said Israel was deeply concerned
bj Saudi Arabia's demand for
sophisticated equipment that
would enable its F-15 combat jets
t<> attack targets in Israel and
lao by the American intentions
to provide Jordan with modern
M BO tanks. There has been no
American decision so far on the
Saudi request which includes
| extra fuel tanks to increase the F-
15s' operational range.
Begin warned that if the Saudi
planes are so equipped, they
Icould wreak havoc on Israel's
jpulation in caae of war. "We
irould shoot down many of them,
put you can't down them all." he
iid. With respect to Jordan, he
aid that country was already
ceiving British Chieftain tanks
id the addition of U.S. M 60s to
is armored force would pose
fenous problems for Israel
THE DEBATE on the set
riement iaaue indicated how
*ply the controversy runa. At
the end. both sides could claim a
Jartial victory. But Leon
>ulzin. chairman of the World
ionist Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives, made it clear
lhat the debate waa academic
?ecause the WZO is committed to
?uild settlements wherever the
lovernment tells it to regardless
I 'be sentiments expressed by
w General Council.
The debate developed into a
touting match. Voices were
Indent, and tempers were hot.
one hand, the Likud coalition
^legates, headed by Mattityahu
pobless. co-chairman of the
'<>' -settlement department.
.i forced to withdraw a motion
calling tur the WZO to con
cent!ale on settlements in areas
of sparse Jewish population.
obviously reference to the Weal
Bank and (ia/.a Strip The Likud
tones realized the motion would
! deteated
But l.ikud won a narrow
victory when a Labor Party
motion to give priority to set-
tlements in Israel proper
Galilee, the Nage\ Mod tin- \ra\a
district was narrowly
deteated. ><).' 4 The tirst vote, by
show of hands, was inconclusive
and each side demanded a roll-
call \oti' By then, however, a
number of the 170 delegates had
lett the hall
unable to discuss issues because
he has a first term behind him of
exquisitely revealing non-
performance except for the Camp
David accords, which were dead
even before they were signed, a
fact only few people were willing
to admit from the very begin
ning. but which is emerging as an
incontrovertible reality today.
This is at the core of the up-
coming Democratic campaign
strategy the need to duck
issues as a component of the
President s non-performance in
office. But ml hominem is a two-
way street, and one ought not
presume that Mr Keagan will
avoid riding down it if he has to
And then. Sunday school teacher
or not, the President is bound to
find out just how deplorable ad
hominem can be
WHEN YOl argue that a man
ought not to be president because
he panicked in a moment of stress
(Kennedy at Chappaquiddick). it
is easy to argue that a man ought
not to be president who is
hardly more than a mo\ ie
cow boj
Sexual hypocrisy being what it
is in \merica. Sen Kennedy may
well have been done in i>\ that
argument. But let no .me assume
that Ronald Reagan will remain
mum Behind anyone's sane-
timoniouaness, and that includes
President Cartel b there lurk
mam skeletons Indeed, sane
t imoniousness is born and bred ol
skeletons, and surel) the GOP
will know how to search them out
'" an ......: campaign ol
their own it that is what will be
required ol them
\lv own verj special sadness m
all ol this \s that I had been
brought up to believe in the
tradition that the Democratic
Parts is i .-,/, (|,at u is
the mother .imi the lather ol mid-
twentieth century American
idealism Social and economic
reform were bred ol its roots
Civil libertarian progress took
nourishment in the agon} ol its
inteiieitu.il ferment There were
Sturm unti Drang in the party
that led the nation on uncharted
paths lhat even its own messiahs
found themselves fearful to tread.
Comes now Carter. And
Strauss \nd a,I homimm
harvested ui the peanut fields of
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Frkky, July 11. 1980
Public Notices
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY.FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No W Hit FC
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
UGORGE JOSEPH
PAH HELL Ill
Petitioner, and
Lmjl HH.IARY
NIELSEN FARRELL
Respondent
TO: LESLIE HIL1ARY
NIELSEN FARRELL
PO Box 556
Banner Elk.
North Carolina 28604
Y*JU ARE HEREBY notified
thaa Petition (or Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
agaiftst y" aJul >"u are
hcre/sy required to serve a
lopjf-of your answer or other
'leasing to the Petition on the
Prtflgoner's Attorney. JOHN J
UALEaGHER whose address
Is MM NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
F'lofMa Miss and file the
onggjkfJ with the Clerk of the
abo*s/ styled Court on or
before this 8 day of August
1980. or a Default will be en
lereil against you
DATED this 1 day of July.
IBM
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Court
By Clartnda Brown
09004 July 4. 11. 18. 29. 1980
NOTICE OF PEtlTiON
FOR ADOPTION
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. I0-4M4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE
The Matter of
The Adoption of
A Minor by
ROBERT L. PR ITT
Petitioner
TO DAVID
PARTENHEIMER
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
1 NKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIBD that a Petition for
Adoption has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses if anv
to it on ALBERT I. CARRI-
CARTE I' A attorney for
Petitioner, srhoes address is
24il NW 7th Street. Miami.
Florida 33125 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled i ourt tin or before
August 1. iwhii otherwise a
default will be entered against
you lor the relief demanded in
the complain! or petition
This notice shall be pub
Ushed one* OKI h week for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH rLORIDIAM
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 23 day of June.
1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Albert L Carncarte. P A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
13061 649-7917
Attorney for Petitioner
i*>979 Jun 27. July 4. 11. 18, 1980
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 0 4415 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
AI.RICK VIOLA I'AVIS
Petitioner Wife
and
I.EN VEHNON DAVIS
Respondent Husband
TO I.EN \ ERNON DAVIS
Foxhlll P O .
Nassau. Bahamas
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any,
to it on HARVEY D FRIED-
MAN. ESCJ attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road. Suite No
382. Miami Beach. Florida
33138. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Aug 8. 1980.
otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the
relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FU1RID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 26th day of
June. 1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Paul F McCarthy
Aa Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Harvey D Friedman, Esq.
420 Lincoln Road
Suit.- No 392
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
306-531 0391
Attorney for PetlUoner
08996 July 4. 11. 18. 26 I960
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 60-S16*
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
CHARLES S KRONE
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Charles S
Krone, deceased. File Number
80-5169. Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
33130 The personal rep-
resentative of the estate Is
Shirley M Krone, whose ad-
dress is 100191 Street. Bay
Harbor Islands. Florida 33154
The name and address of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persona having claims or
demands against the estate are
required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they may
have. Each claim must be In
writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name
and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not 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 stated If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be
described The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mall one copy to each
personal representative
All persons Interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
j-i lions they may have thai
challenge* the validity of the
decedent's will the qualifica
Ik his ol the personal represen
lative, or Ihe venue or Juris
.In lion of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date ol the first publication
ol this Notice of
Administration July I 19*0
Shirley M Krone
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Charles S Krone
Dei
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
Ixxns H Stallman
MTI Lincoln Road
Miami Bach, Florida 33139
Telephone 532 8938
08900 July 4 11. 198
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
deslnng to engage in busines-
under the fictitious name of
M A EXPORT COMPANY
a k a Ml'NDO ACUATICO
at number 1308 NE 2 Ave it
the City of Miami. Florida
Intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida,
this 25 day of June. 1980
WIU.IAM HEARD
OM992 July 4. 11. 18. 26. 1980
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. to 254 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
FRED GOODMAN.
Petitioner Husband
vs
KITTY P GOODMAN
Respondent Wife
TO KITTY P GOODMAN
P O Box 48396
l-os Angeles
California 90048
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written answer and
defenses, if any. to it on
DANIEL GALLUP, ESQ.
plaintiff s attorney. whose
address is 2355 Salzedo Street
Suite 309. Coral Gables
Florida. 33134 on or before 16
August, 1980. and file the
original with the rlerk of this
court either before servi.
plaintiff's attorney or im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on 1st Julv.
1980
Rll liard p Drinker
It ol the Court
by V Bark ley
As Deputy Clerk
SSM July I. 11. 18. 25 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT CflURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Cat* No. 10-lHSFC
FAMILY DIVISION
In re the
ADOPTION OF
a minor child
By\
WAYNE LA NDON
Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO GEORGE JOHN
VANDORN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for the adoption of
minor has been filed and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written objection. If any.
to It on BRIAN BRODY. ESQ..
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 801 NE 167 St.
N.M B Fl 33162 on or before
August 1. 1980. and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Petitioner or Immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
ADOPTION petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on June 18.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
08969 June 27.
July 4. 11. 18. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 10 4411
IN RE ESTATE OF
EUGENIA W AI B
I>e ceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMAND
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
of the estate of Eugenia W
Aub. deceased. File Number
B0-46S1, is pending In the
Cin nit Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 Wet
Flagler Street. Miami
Florida The personal rep
rc-entalive of the estate Is
Frank Aval* whose address Is
r o louis H Stallman 407
Lincoln Koad Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 The name and
addreai ol the personal rep
lative s attorney are set
forth helow
All persons having claims or
demand.- against the estate .ire
required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBUCA
TION OF THIS NOTICE to file
with the clerk of the above
ccK.it ,, written statement of
an) c laim or demand the> ma)
have Each i laim must he in
l lUM anil must indicate the
basil lor the claim, the name
.mcl addreai of the rreditor or
Ins agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed If the claim Is
not yet due. the dale when it
will become due shall be
Hated If the claim Is con-
tingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall
be Itatad If the claim Is
sax ured. the security shall be
hsc nbed The claimant shall
deliver sufficient copies of the
I laim to the clerk to enable the
i lerk to mail one copy to each
personal representative
All persons interested in the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
boon mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE to file any ob
jei turns they may have that
challenges the validity of the
dace dent's will, the qualifica
lions of the personal represen
lative, or the venue or Juris
iln turn ol me i ourt
ALL C1.AIMS. DEMANDS
\nd OB lECTlONS not so
FILED WILL HE FOREVER
BARRED
Dale of the firsl publication
of this Notice of
Administration July 4, 1980
Frank Avata
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
Eugenia W Aub
I 'ii eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATTA E
Ixjuis H Stallman
407 I.ini oln Koad
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone 532 9939
t*oui!__________July 4. 11 1980
NOTICtTUNbER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name UNI-
VERBAL HOLDINGS a
Florida General Partnership i
at 4300 North Meridian
lie, Miami Beach.
Florida, intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Cm nit Court of Dade County
Florida
LEE I HKAINSTEIN
MI RRAYC BKRKOWITV.
MARTIN BRAI NSTEIN
MILTON COHEN

IOA.N LEWIS
KI.RETTEK ESQI ,KE
Attorney for Partnership
So Blac I
Miami Florida 33i;ii
<*986 lun# jo. 27.
____. Juiy 4 11. 19TC
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 40 2174 FC
(04)
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
KATIE L SPRINGFIELD
Petitioner
and
CHARLIE L
SPRINGFIELD
Respondent
TO Charlie L
Springfield
c o Tlnsey Tarrant
1235 West 2nd St
Dayton. Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on LAWRENCE M
SHOOT ESQ attorney for
PetlUoner. whose address Is
3000 Blscayne Blvd Suite 315.
Miami. Florida 33137. and file
the original with the rlerk of
the above styled court on or
before August 1. 1980. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
(our consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FIXmiDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 20 day of June
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadet'ountv. Florida
By V Barkley
As I leputy Clerk
LAWRENCE M shoot ESQ
3000 Blscayne Boulevard
Suite 315
Miami Florida 33137
Tel i 3051 573 5010
Attorney for Petitioner
0897X June 27
July 4 II 1 IBM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 10 S2I ( FC 04
in RE TIk M u lag* of
rHERESELLE K
\ tSQI I k a
THERESELLE \ ASQI EZ
Petitioner Wlfa
and
H \ i -WIoNio \ 4JJQITEZ
Ra spondenl HHusband
TO RAl I ANTONIO
\ \syl IV
!:. Ildem t nknow n
YOI M'.E HEREBY noti
PIED thai .in action foi
DlaaoluUon Of Marriage ha*
filed agalnat you and ) ou
al required to serve a i OB) of
youi written defenses, if any.
to it ihi George J Tallanoff
attorne) for PetlUoner, whose
addiess is Suite KUK' office in
the Grove '.'99 So Bayshore
Drive Miami. Fla 33133 and
file the original with the clerk
of Ihe above styled court on or
before August K 19X0. other
...- .i default will he entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be
published oni c each week for
lour consecutive weeks in Till-.
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
aal of said COUrt at Miami
Florida on this 24 day of June
IBM
RICHARD I' BRINKER
As cie ik Circuit Court
l i.ide Count) Florida
B) Deborah I \ Hess
As Deputy clerk
Cin uil Court Seal
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
ESQ
TALIANOFF* Rl BIN ESQ8
Attorneys, tor Petitioner
Suite (001 '
Of In In the l f I
2K9 So Ba) shore l n Ive
Miami Florida 331S3
PI -
u*9M> July 4 II. 14 2ft 1900
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANOFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No 10 4341 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN RE The marriage of
ERNEST LAPLANTE
let it loner Husband
and
JEANNE PATRICIA
LAPLANTE
Respondent Wile
notice BY Pi BLICATION
YOI JEANNE PATRICIA
LAPLANTE, are hereby noti
fled lo serve a COD) of your
Answer to the Pelit,. fl
DlaaoluUon of Marriage
gainst you, upon your
'.uid attorne) Ronald
Haber, Esquire :m \\\
North Huei Drive Sum i
Miami Florida
niginal with the Clerk of the
I on or lief ore Auk
UUon
* ill be confess-
DATED this :,m,
1980
Richard P Hnnker
1 J Hartnett
Iwpulv cierk
>89K9
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No >*4g] FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
EUGENE EAGAN
Petitioner Husband
and
BARBARA EAGAN
Respondent Wife
TO BARBARA EAGAN
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on LAW OFFICES OF
JKROLD H REICHI.ER
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 430 Lincoln Road.
Suite 438. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above
stvled court on or before Aug
8. 1980. otherwise a default
will he entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Florida on this 27 day of June
1980
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
By Paul F McCarthy
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Jcrold H Heiihler Esq
120 Lincoln Road Suite 438
Miami Baach, Florida 33139
Telephone igOOl fffUXO
Altornev for Petitioner
OMM July n : --
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
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IN RE The marriage of
SONJAF1STKR. Wife.
Petitioner,
and
IAJOS CSERI. Huaband.
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
to LAjoaOaarl
Resilience Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
i it on IJ/-ON G NICHOIJ.
PetlUoner s Attorney, whose
address is 2379 SW 23 Street.
Miami Florida SS140. on or
before August i 1M0. and file
the original with the clerk of
this rourt either before service
on Petitioner's Attorney or Im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
,lrmanded in the petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on June 30.
IgfM
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
By A D Wade
as Deputy Clerk
09000 July 4 11. 18. 28. HMO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned
engage in business
the fictitious name
\ lew Terrace Apia at
.'911 Indian Creek Drive
Mi ai h Fla intends to
register said name with the
rrk of 'he circuit Court of
I a.l. i tount) Florida
Helen Daniels Trustee
July 4 11 18 2fl 19*0
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No A7gn (04
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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lien defenses II
on LAWRENCE M
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I oner whose address Is
' lli-avne Blvd No 313
l- kartda 33137. and file
nginal with the clerk of
I styled court on or
August 1980 other
- a default will be entered
,..u for the relief
led in the complaint or
loll
This notice shall be
-lied once each week for
-. i ,:.\r weeks in THE
IE WISH FUIRID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
-. i i .mrt at Miami
la .ii this 27 day of June
i UtO P BRINKER
v- i ierk Circuit Court
,nlv Florida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1
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kralrlna lo engage in business
the fictitious name Nan
Farms at ssto We-' I
H.aleah Fla
register said name
of the l
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Nan. > Itonuk d b a
Nan Jo Farms
-- June 27
Juu 4. ii. m. yfjfj
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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N thai the undersigned
iiilemi, tu register Ihe fl.
ii name of DEALERS
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HEALERS PAINT AND
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President
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ael Mourns Death
if Kidnap Victim
Vatican Warns
Don't Change 'Status9 of Holy City
9s.
mJk
TZHAKSHARGIL
VIV (JTAI All of
in mourning for eijjht
Oron Yarden. whose
decomposed body was
a shallow grave in the
eh near Nelanva last
ee weeks and one day
was kidnapped for
are holding a
rho reportedly confessed
^kt .ui(i directed them t<>
H>t where the child was
I According to police, he
Bile lime on June 10, two
B>" He wa~. abducted from
>'' quarter .l 'I'el \\ i\
pvral hours before his
Penina and Amos
paid the II. 2 million
led by (he kidnapper
TRAGIC denouement of
le has shocked and in-
Israelis and raised cries
hula! punishment lor the
(of kidnapping Polka have
to identify the suspect by
However, he is known to
L" \. ,ir -old lieutenant in the
sir\i's. ; he t.ii her ol i hree
>n, married but aaparated
as w ite lb- is reportedly an
Bator b\ profession who
Be m.unlv on children's
uspeel w,is detained at
Home in Netanya after
11 bills deposited in a
it bank wen-1 raced to him.
found IL 1 "> million of the
mone> CODCaaUd in and
a house near Neve
nan which the raapect
lied with the woman he was
; with and another man
two companions were also
ad but the police said today
[the woman, a songwriter.
ntl\ had no knowledge of
rime and may be released
I he other man will also be
MICK SAID the initial
)s\ indicated that Oron was
at the time his killer was
i\ \\ ing for ransom They
Lispei I claims tin- killing
1 accidental According to Ins
as relived h\ a police
uMii.in. he accidentally
bcated the boy to prevent him
crying out while timing
ugh Tel aviv ahortly after the
apping.
Iron suffered from bn>nchial
ima Police said the killer
irealed the body in the trunk
\\w car when he picked up the
m money on a deserted road
Neve Ne'eman. He buried
POSITION WANTED
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KbDi Conservative Traditional
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Inrjing orator and scnoia' Impressive
psonalitv leadership auaiitv Migniy
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the body only 36 hours later.
Whether the killing was ac-
cidental or intentional, it con-
stitutes first degree murder
Thousands of Israelis telephoned
newspapers and broadcasting
stations demanding capital
punishment I-eaders of the
Lawyers Association have also
recommended that kidnapping be
added to t he list of capital Crimea
UNDER PRESENT law. the
death sentence tan be imposed
only on Nazi war criminals
convicted ot murdering .lews in
the Holocaust An example was
\dolf Kichmann. who was
hanged in Israel in 19t>l Military
courts ma) also impose the death
penalty in certain cases.
Otherwise, the maximum punish-
ment allowed for murder is life
imprisonment
Meanwhile, the police have
been criticized lor their handling
of the "l arden case The Knesset ~
Internal Affairs Committee
recommended the creation ol a
Special State committee, headed
by a judge, to examine the waj
the police conducted the in-
vestigation
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTAI At the same time
that the United Nations
Security Council was
adopting a resolution de-
nouncing Israel for chang-
ing "the status of the Holy
City of Jerusalem." the
Vatican issued a statement
here declaring that "any
unilateral act tending to
modify the status of the
Holy City would be very
serious."
The statement came in the
form of a Utter from the Charge
d Vffairea of the Vatican's
Permanent observer Mission to
the IN to the President of the
Security Council. The statement
contended thai "the Jerusalem
question cannot he reduced to
mere free access tor all to the
hol) places. an argument
often used b) Israel when its
emit ml over Jerusalem is ques
iiomtl \ solution to (he
Jerusalem question, the state
mint said, also required:
ill THAT tin overall
i har.u ter ot Jerusalem as a
sacred heritage shared by all
three monotheistic religions be
guaranteed by appropriate
measures. IL'I that the religious
trcedom in all its aspects be
safeguarded for them; |3) that
the complex oi rights acquired
In the various communities over
the shrines and the centers for
spirituality, study and welfare be
protected; 141 that the con-
tinuance "id development ol
religious, educational and social
BCtivit) bj each community be
ensured; 151 thai this be ai
mated with equality ol treat
mint tin all three religions;
Mil thai tin- be achieved through
an appropriate juridical sate
guard' th.it does not derive from
the w ill ol only one ol the part ies
interested
Declaring that the Vatican
desires a special status' foi
Jerusalem. the statement
concluded The positions ol the
two sides on the question ol
sovereignly over Jerusalem are
known to !>! very tar apart, am
unilateral act tending to modifj
the status ot the Hol) City
would be very serious The Holy
Father's hope is thai the rep
resentalives ol the nations will
keep in mind the 'common
monotheistic tradition of faith'
and succeed in finding the his
Lorical and present day reality of
Jerusalem reasons for softening
the bitterness of confrontation
and for promoting harmony
among all those who call upon
(rod The aim will be to ensure
that Jerusalem will no longer be
an object of contention but a
place ol encounter and brother
hood between I he peoples and
Ix-lievers ol the three religions
.md a pledge ot friendship lie
l Ween the peoples who see in
Jerusalem something thai is part
ol t Inn \ erj soul
THE COUNCIL voted unan
imoiish to end the occupation ol
\tali territories including
Jerusalem," and declared t hal
measures taken mi tar !i\ Israel
to i hange t he ~i.ii us ol
l< rusalem are null and void and
must he rescinded I'he vote
was 1 I U wit h tin I nited States
abstaining
Don..1.1 Mcllenry, the I S
\lllhussador, told the Council
on i lie vote t hal t he
ilution before lb mncil
contains a numbei ol
deficiencies in its formulations."
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Reagan Campaign Wooing Jewish Voters
iu JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JwASHINGTON
|TAI 1 tnis Presiden-
1 election year of wide-
kread disdain for the three
Jajor candidates, be-
liUitrment over shifts in
L moods of the elec-
talk of a brokered
pmocratic convention.
possibility of decision
Eming in the electoral col-
[p or in the Congress, the
:\ certainty upon which
jlitical pundits seem to
I is that the Jewish
k pirant.
\ principal reason appears to
hat President Carter has far
.- -trength among Jews in the
?aditional Democratic strong-
Ids and liberal circles in the big
r ial states than Democratic
nuiidates usually have. Another
a discernible drift towards
n ild Keagan reportedly in
I direct relation to the
path) towards Carter. Another
ctor is the tendency at this
ige tn view John Anderson
ith mi-iderable interest.
\ MVKKIS poll indicates 31
of the Jews could not
i arter. 40 percent could
vote tor Keagan. while 56
preferred Anderson. This
.it the end of June Now.
pport tor Carter is said to be
r among Jews because
I S failure to fight
. dl) tur Israel in the
Sationa and other inter
forums What the out-
ill be in September and
portantly in November
>nd calculation, political
here agree
lut how the Kepublican cam-
fare among Jewish
ivith Keagan at the helm
well be determined in
nt. .July 14-17. when the
I .liluan Party discloses its
uphy and pragmatism in its
I form and the speeches of its
f including Reagan and his
Bt unknown vice presidential
(inning mate
\ comprehensive and ap-
pnate articulation by Keagan
general audiences of his
'tis on issues of Jewish
rest und concern could turn
tide strongly in his favor. It
puld lie a mistake for any
undulate to consider the Jewish
t>t* I- monolithic on issues or
ftneerned at>out Israel alone.
JEWS VOTE their conscience
nd interests like other Amer-
tans Jewish women are deeply
kvolved on the Equal Rights
| Iment and abortion legis-
tmn Anyone who listened to
fw.sh women at the State
> 'pimment's conference in mid
MM in preparation for the
Fnited Nations Decade for
orntn Conference this week in
penhagen would find their zeal
feminists is primary.
I he country's economy, unem
>' tnant particularly among
Minorities, inflation, federal sub-
iuiies for religious schools.
Bpulation and industrial move
ruts to the Sunbelt that is
>u\mg northern states poorer
Pd troubled, and a host of other
IDjecta concern Jews deeply.
Nonetheless, the fate of Israel
iat is constantly hounded by the
"'viet Arab bloc and its allies is
[Ppertnoat in the minds of Amer
Post Jews. How the Republicans
, Particularly Reagan meet
x.ety will KO far towards
,";rimninK whether a majority
I n will leave their Demo
Fnc moorings. and give a
('"'''Han the highest vote since
Non garnered 40
tin II 78
, A" v" THE Republican
writers present to the
1 'Hum in Detroit's Cobo Hail
July 14 will be a major test of the
party's intentions but not neces-
sarily a guarantee. In the past
few days, two of Reagan's former
rivals disagreed about its
meaning to a presidential can-
didate.
Congressman Philip Crane of
Illinois in the House of Represen-
tatives quoted President Truman
that "party platforms are con-
tracts with the people and
"agreement that had to be
carried out.'' But Sen. Howard
Baker of Tennessee said on
national television that plat-
forms have very little impact on
the formulation of the presi-
dential campaign in the fall; the
candidate formulates those
issues."
Thus. Jewish voters like others
will examine the platform but
also listen to Reagan s promises
he told the American Jewish
Press Association in mid June he
has a record of trying to keep his
promises.
QUESTIONS to which many-
will require adequate responses,
therefore. include: will the
Republican leadership firmly
pledge that a unified Jerusalem is
Israel's capital and that's where
the American Embassy is to be?,
will the Kepublican Adminis-
tration ever permit the balance of
military power in the Mideast to
wane against Israel?: will it
include Israel in U.S. strategic
readiness', will it strengthen
enforcement of existing legis-
lation against the Arab boycott
of American companies doing
business with Israel'.'
Also. will it permit the
weakening of the Jackson-Yanik
Amendment unless Soviet
assurance- are forthcoming on
migration policy', will l S
policy remain based on the Camp
David agreements and will not
allow IN Security Council Reao-
lutions MS and 338 to be
altered', will it refuse to tolerate
a Palestinian state adjoining
Israel?; will it accept that the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion is hostile to Israel and there-
fore outside U.S. considerations
in West Bank Oaza autonomy-
negotiations?
Will Reagan specifically state
how he would react to the anti-
Israel resolutions in the Security
Council where, in the case of
Carter, the U.S. record where, in
the case of Carter, the U.S. record
now stands at one vote, one
approval and five abstentions in
four months? How does Reagan
consider Saudi Arabia's demand
for enhanced combat ability of
the 60 F15s it is to receive? Will
be impress on our NATO allies
that Israel is a democracy like
them and should have military
support from them, at least like
landing rights for American air-
craft destined for It?
APART FROM issues, the
aides Reagan selects will be
weighed for or against his can-
didacy Some now say George
Bush will be his Vice President;
Nixon's Chief of Staff, (ien.
Alexander Haig. his Secretary of
State, and that Sen. Henry
Jackson of Washington will he
coaxed to leave his Democratic
standing to be Defense Secretary
But there also is talk that Baker.
Jack Danforth of Missouri, or
Rep Jack Kemp of New York
may be the vice presidential can-
didate, and John Warner of
Virginia w ill go to the Pentagon
But what of those high up in
the Keagan organization ton
sidered partisans of the Arab oil-
producing states such as former
Texas Go\ John Connelly and
I S Treasury Set ret ary W illmni
Simon'.' In Keagan- announced
business advisory group are some
like construction mogul John
Fluor, who ha- campaigned foi
development of \rab interest- ,n
American educational life in tin
face of -trong Jewish prole-1 -
EEC Touts Self-Determination
Except in Their Own Backyards
By ABRAHAM H. FOXMAN
NEW YORK When the
foreign ministers of the nine
Common Market countries
launched a new' European
Middle Fast policy in June. 1979.
the (iuartiian of Britain quoted
one EEC minister as saying "the
Community will be able to play a
much more interesting role in the
Middle Fast.-' The interesting''
role soon became evident when
the EEC adopted an "oil" foreign
policy to appease the Arabs at
the expense of Israel.
That policy launched in Paris a
year ago Uxk full shape in the
recent infamous Venice
Declaration a statement of
policy that The New York Tinu I
labeled pathetic and
characterized a- having no sail
evident truths, no decent respect
for the opinions of mankind, no
pledge of mutual fortunes and
honor And furthermore, said
the 7im> i, the West Bank is not
Europe's or America's to cede
not for all the oil and trade in
\rabv
Abraham H Fox man is
associate national director
of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith
BUT THE policy was more
than "pathetic." It was tragic. I
have in mind that audacious
Paragraph of the Declaration
supporting the right of
Palestinians to exercise fully
their right to self-determination."
No other doctrine of in-
ternational politics has been
invoked as frequently in the
Twentieth Century as the
principle nt self determination
'The idea that a people should be
allowed to control its own
political destiny has been the
ideological core ol the conflicts
that led to two world w ars
The European nations, and
-[Hi dually the member- of the
EEC that have taken to heart the
cause ot self-determination for
the Palestinian-, seem to have
ignored the fact that they
themselves are guilt) of the very
thing which they accuse Israel of
not granting self-
determination to a national
minority within their borders
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Israel Roundly Rejects
UN Resolution
Bv DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
- The United Nations
Security Council resolution
Truth-in-Testina
Law Offers Sabbath Protection
By BEN (.AI.I.OB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Intensification of an effort by the
National Jewish Commission on
Law and Public Affairs (COLPA)
to obtain a Sabbath protection
amendment to the planned
Truth-in-Testing law was an-
nounced here by Howard
Zuckerman, COLPA president,
following approval by the New
York Legislature of such an
amendment, the first such state
law.
The new law. adopted by the
Assembly and Senate with no
opposition votes, provides that
Sabbath-observing students have
a legal right to take college and
professional admissions tests on
days other than Saturdays, the
day when such examinations are
normally given.
THE NEW state law. known
as the "Silver Amendment."
after its principal sponsor.
Assemblyman Sheldon Silver.
Manhattan Democrat, received
final legislative approval on June
13. when the State Senate ap-
proved it. 50-0. The Assembly
approved it unanimously in
February. It was introduced in
the Senate by Sens. Kenneth
LaValle. Suffolk Republican, and
Donald Halperin. Brooklyn
Democrat.
The Silver Amendment.
drafted with COLPA's
assistance, requires that "when
regular test administratkins are
given on days of religious ob-
-crvance which prevent at-
tendance by test subjects at such
regular administrations, special
administrations shall lie offered
soon after or before as is possible.
at comparable times, places and
cost."
Zuckerman said the new law
covers such examinations as the
College Entrance Fxaminations,
Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SATI.
Law School Admission Tests
(LSAT). Graduate Record
Fxaminations (ORE). Medical
School Admissions Tests. Dental
School Admissions Tests and
similar examinations.
THE PROBLEM for ob
servant students arose when the
State Legislature adopted an
Admission Testing Law.
popularly known as the "truth-in-
testing" law. which became
effective in August. 1979. That
law requires that, within 30 days
following grading of a stan-
dardized admission test,
questions used in the test must
be made public.
The testing agencies the
College Entrance Examination
Board (CEEB). which ad-
ministers the SAT. the Law
School Admissions Council
(I.SAC l. and other testing
agencies responded that the
new law would force them to
reduce drastically the number of
alternate dates for Sabbath
observers because the new law
bars them from re-use of test
questions.
Continued on Page 2-B
condemning Israel for its
actions in Jerusalem was
roundly rejected in an
official statement issued by
th*' Foreign Ministry here.
"Debates <>f this kind will
not dftermine the future of
Jerusalem," the statement
said.
There was no explicit reference
to the I S ha\ mg abstained
rather than casting a veto as
-nine Israelis had hoped
Official- -aid Israel's disappoint
ment over this would be con-
veyed to Washington through
diplomatic channel-
ISRAEL'S Ambassador to the
UN, Yehuda Blum, returning for
home leave, said he had not been
surprised by America's failure to
use its veto That had been his
prognostication all along, he
said, explaining that the U.S.
nowadays was constantly con-
cerned opt to t>e too isolated
within the UN on the Mideastern
I--lie
Blum said the Knesset's Legal
Committee's decision to approve
Continued on Page 2-B
Norman Lipoff Named to UJA Committee
Norman H. Lipoff. a national
vice chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, has been named
Campaign Planning Committee
chairman for 1981 -82 by Herschel
W. Blumberg. UJA national
chairman.
In announcing
the appointment.
Blumberg cited j
Lipoff for his |
'dedicated
service to the
UJA." and for
his "total,
commitment to.
meeting thel
needs of|
distressed Jews
all over the
world "
Lipoff. a national officer ol the
UJA for several years, is a past
chairman of the UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet. He also is a
former general chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
and is currently vice president
and member of the board of
directors
In 1972. in recognition of his
exceptional service to the Jewish
Community. Lipoff was
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presented the President s
Leadership Award by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. He is
also a past chairman of the
Federation's Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
An attorney, Lipoff is a
member of the Dade County and
American Bar Associations and a
lecturer at the University of
Miami College of Law. He also
serves in the Tax Section of the
Florida Bar.
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Organization offers a variety of
summer leadership programs.
The four week BBYO
Leadership Kallah through July
23 held at Camp Bnai B'nth
Perlman in Starlight, Pa.,
provides participants with an
opportunity to explore their
Jewish identities and begin to
fashion their Jewish lifestyles.
The three week International
Leadership Training Conference
July 24 to Aug. 23 also held at
Camp B'nai B'rith Perlman, has
been described by a senior vice
president of A.T. & T. as "the
finest practical leadership
program in the country." ILTC
brings together learning ex-
periences in Judaism, leadership
skills and creative arts.
This year the following youth
will be attending Kallah and
ILTC:
David Blattner. Hollywood.
Kallah and ILTC: Susan
Samberg, Hollywood. Kallah and
ILTC; Geoffrey Greener. Miami.
Kallah and ILTC; Alice Levy,
Plantation. Kallah: Craig Blafer.
Sunrise. ILTC; Mike Sard.
Plantation. ILTC; Pennie
Hannin. Orlando, ILTC; Bev
Karpay. Tampa. Kallah and
ILTC; Beth Jawitz. Jacksonville,
Kallah and ILTC.
The two week Chapter
Leadership Training Conference,
held at Camp B'nai B'rith Beber
in Wisconsin, is a practical
how to build a better chapter
program designed specifically
for local chapter leader*.
This summers participants
will be: Robbie Solomon. Miami.
Doug Allen. Plantation. Man
Greenwald. Tampa; and Man
Fine. Daytona Beach
The BBYO Israel Summer
Institute is a six week study tour
of Israel. Rick Magill from
Plantation. Jennie Horn and
Richelle Doliner from Daytona
Beach: Les Rosenblatt and
David Schwartz from Orlando
will be attending.
The newly appointed assistant
regional director of Florida
Region BBYO, Howard Fein
berg, and his wife, Jill, are
leading one of the BBYO groups
to Israel.
The Jews of Yugoslavia'
Outlook for Future Is Not Promising
The Jews of Yugoslavia: A Quest
for Community. By Harriet
Pass Freidenriech.
Philadelphia: Jewish
Publication Society. 323p
$14 95
THIS PIONEER study adds
to the JPS roster of historical and
communal studies. It is the story
of a modern Jewish community,
in that Yugoslavia has existed as
a state only since World War I;
yet it is reflective of the past as
well the Jews of Yugoslavia
have pasts in both the Ottoman
and Habsburg empires.
Dr. Freidenreich focuses on the
three largest Jewish communities
in Yugoslavia: Zagreb. Belgrade
and Sarajevo. Part one of the
book traces the development of
Jewish life in each of these
centers and analyzes the
socioeconomic situation of the
various groups of Jews in
Yugoslavia. There are traditional
Sephardim as well as Reform and
Orthodox Ashkenzim. and a
variety of Zionists.
FURTHER SECTIONS
examine local and national
communal affairs: and in-
volvement in political life and
official government relations
with the Jews.
Freidenreich's outlook for the
future of Yugoslavian Jewry is
not promising. There is a lack of
new leadership to take over.
Intermarriage and assimilation
threaten the Jewish community.
While institutions and com-
munities exist, they are "but pale
reflections of their much more
dynamic past."
Richmond's Jewry: Shabbat in
Shockoe. 1769-1976. By Myron
Berman. Virginia: University
Press of Virginia. 438p ,
$12.50.
Barman's account of the Jews

On the
Bookshelf
Susan
Panoff
of the city of Richmond, Vs., is
not simply a chronicle of the
people, synagogues and com
munal forces that created a
significant Jewish center It is. in
fact, a contribution to the history
of Jews in America and par
ticularly of Jews in the South.
Seventy-five percent of the
text examines Richmond's Jewry
prior to the twentieth century.
Berman focuses on the in-
terrelationships of Jews in the
important cities of colonial
America. He also highlights the
role of such Jews as Judah P.
Benjamin. Confederate secretary
of state, in the history of colonial
and Confederate Virginia.
N. Y. Law Offers
Sabbath Protection
^WrtaZfotg
Continued from Page 1 -B
PRIOR TO adoption of the
Admission Testing Law, the
CEEB gave seven Saturday tests
each year and seven alternate
dates. The LSAC gave five
examinations throughout the
year, with five alternate Sunday
or Monday dates.
Zuckerman said that the
problem posed by the ban on re-
use of test questions was resolved
by an amendment to the truth-in-
testing law. approved at the same
time the Silver Amendment was
passed, which provides for a
formula to reduce both the
number of examinations to be
made public and the number of
questions in those examinations
to be made public.
A spokesman for the
Education Testing Service in
Princeton, N.J., the principal
advisory agency for the various
testing services, said that the
situation now in regard to the
number of tests and alternate
dates was the same as it was
before the truthin testing law
was adopted.
DENNIS RAPPS. COLPA
executive director, said that
COLPA plans to act at two levels
to get a similar national law, now
that the state law has been
enacted. He said one approach
will be to deal with other
legislators at the state level,
citing the existence of the New
York State law.
The other, he said, will be to
mobilize support for a bill on the
national level, which has been
introduced in the House by Rep
Theodore Weiss (D.NYl. for
which hearings have been ten
tatively scheduled for August A
counterpart bill has not yet been
introduced in the Senate.
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a bill affirming Jerusalem's
status as Israel's capital had
"certainly not helped" matters
at the Security Council But the
Knesset is sovereign and its
committee had doubtless taken
all factors into consideration.
Blum said.
Acting Prime Minister
Yigael Yadin expressed
"sorrow" at the U.S. failure to
veto the resolution. The Foreign
Ministry's statement, drafted, it
is understood. by Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir and his
aides, declared that "Israel
rejects this resolution and does
not accept its principles.
"THE RESOLUTION links
with a long series of condem-
nations whose essence is a
hostile attitude which entirely

resolution will raise difficulties in
the way of the peace procOM
which Israel is laboring to
nurture
The future of Jerusalem will
nut l.e determined by debates of
'his k,nd United Jerusalem wai
m and will be sovereign Israel,
capital cits and will nt be ri.
dnuied the statement said. It
added that the Israel govern
"><"< will continue to ensure free
Jl to all the holy place9 and
zazf worsh,p fr ai1 fJths
Md creeds, as It has done ever
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Migdol Hadassah
Migdol Chapter of Hadassah is
.^r"* !? annual mini '"ncheon
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l-Wg^}H&J#&24&,i"-*a>* X2LZI Audtorium on Mondav
Officers and members of the Men's Club of Temple V
were honored for dedication to the organization a
installation of officers. Shown receiving award-, from i

Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of the temple, art hZ
(apian, honorary treasurer; Edward A. Marks, memk,*\
chairman, and Hyman S. Pollack
Rabbi Stern on Radio Sho\
Rabbi Tibor H Stern, who has
recently returned from a study
mission in Israel and Egypt,
appeared in New York on WEVD
discussing the peace negotiations
with Dr Joseph Burg, Minister
of Interior and chief of the Israel
negotiating team
During the mission in Egypt.
Special TV Program
Rabbi Tibor H Stern
presented a special television
program. Sunday. June 29, at
8 30 on Channel 10 The rabbi
featured the national officers of
the Rabbinical Council of
America who held their 44th
annual convention on Miami
Beach
Card Party Set
The Galil Chapter of the
American Mi/rachi Women will
have a luncheon and card party
on Tuesday. July 15. at noon at
the Washington Savings and
Loan Building, 633 NE 167th St..
North Miami Beach
Jewish Worship Hour'
Rabbi Avrom Dra/in of
Hollywood will appear on the
Jewish Worship Hour on July
13 at ha.m on Channel 10.
Rabbi Stern. Dr / .. ph Butf
arrangements wen- made throup
Sen. Richard Stone for Rita
Stem to be received by ta
Acting Prime Minister of Egypi
and by the \cung Pnn
Minister of Egypt and by an
American Ambassador Athrrut,
The Miami Jewish Kedertui
and the Rabbinical \ssocutM
arranged for the rahhi to pt-
ticipate in festivities in the Isrw.
F.mbassay in Cairo
Rabbi Stern displayed la]
collections of rare Mideast*:!
manuscripts and ic.<: |
publications, the result of
various journeys
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Miami Area Students
Get Israel Quiz Awards
One hundred and eighty seven
students from 16 of the Jewish
schools of the Greater Miami area
were recognized with Gold, Silver
or Bronze Awards for their
outstanding achievements in the
10th Annual AMI Knowledge of
Israel National Examination,
sponsored by the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization and
coordinated locally by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Kducation.
Two of them. Geri Leff and
Yael Nurock of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami,
scored among the sixth highest
mark.- throughout the entire
country and were invited to New
York on June 11 to receive
national awards granted by the
Department of Education and
Culture and Adelphi University
At the ceremonies in New
York, in addition to honoring the
-indents, a special award was
established in memory of the late
Dr. Samuel Citron. a
distinguished Jewish educator
and chairman of the AMI Quiz
since its inception.
The Citron Memorial Award
w.i- granted to Dr. Judah
Lapson, I pioneer and organiser
for over four decades of Hebrew
classes in the public high schools.
tir-i in New York City and th<-n
throughout the entire United
States Among th' very first
Instructors ol Hebrew in the New
^ ork High schools was the late
Levi Shosuk who. upon his
retirement from New York,
played major role in Jewish
education in the Miami com-
munity.
(iene (ireenzweig. CAJE
executive director, noted. "We
are extraordinarily proud of the
achievements of the students of
the schools of our community, of
the two national winners, of those
who achieved the award pins, and
of the more than 600 students
who participated in the
examination from the schools of
the area."
Eva I'allay. national coor-
dinator, announced that over
10.000 students in the Jewish
weekend, afternoon and day
schools of the country par-
ticipated in the annual
examination.
She said. This year, in
recognition of the 13th an-
niversary of the Reunification of
the City of Jerusalem during the
Six Day War in 1967. the focus of
the examination was on the
history, culture, institutions and
religious significance of Jewish
life throughout the ages."
The 23 students who achieved
the gold pins, indicating that
they had answered correctly at
least 136 of the 150 question quiz,
included Tani Hard. Marcie
Dawson. Harry Goldschmidt.
Kileen Gottlieb, Yonit Green-
haum. Amy Greenzweig, Sally
Groman. Debra Gross. Sarah
Halpern. Debbie Kane. Kim
Knopfer. Naomi Labovitl
In addition, Sara l^-hman.
Marlene l.ichter. Maxme Master,
RocheOe Meyers, Michel Nurock,
Miriam (Kadi. Orly Redlich,
llilarv Hephun. Keva St ranch.
\ ivian v\ a-el. dittel Zweig
All students who take the
examination are awarded a
Certificate of participation and
are eligible to take part in -ik
rending yean In addition to the
WZO and CAJE, the Jewish
National Fund serves to 00-
sponaor the quiz and the awards.
Local coordinator was Abraham
J. Gittelson. CAJE associate
director.
Shown after his recent arrival from Israel and a fruitful uisit
to Haifa University is national president of the American
Friends of Haifa University, Stgmund Strochlitz. IrightI. seen
uith Joan Callner Miller of Miami Beach, a scholarship donor
to the university. This institute of higher learning is situated
on a 20O-acre tract on the peak of Mount Carmel and is the
northern-most university of Israel, serving more than 40
percent of the nation's population. Mrs. Miller is a board
member of the Florida chapter of the American Friends of
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Landow Yeshiva Names Lois Pataky
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( antor Benjamin Siller, irho
has served congregations in
New York and given many
concerts throughout the
country and in Israel, will
take part in High Holy day
serfues at Temple King Solo-
mon of Miami Beach Mayor
Murray S Meyerson. a mem-
ber of the congregation and
honorary chairman of the
Holiday Committee, said
there will be a capacity of
2, 500 -eats, and Rabbi I)r
David Raab will conduct all
services
Kabbi Abraham Korf.
executive vice president, and
Rabbi Eliezer Wenger. principal
of the l.andow Yeshiva Center,
have announced the appointment
of Mrs. Lois Pataky as assistant
principal of the Academic
Department.
Mrs. Pataky will be working
closely with Kabbi Wenger in
expanding and improving the
academic department Mrs.
Pataky will also be working
closely with the teachers in
planning curriculum, arranging
educational field trips and in-
viting guest lecturers.
Mrs Pataky. who for the past
few years has taught at the
Landow Yeshiva. lakes over this
position with close to two
decades of educational ex-
perience She has taught in the
New York Public School System
for 10 years, as well as many
years in the American
Nuaraguan School in Nicaragua .
Pataky has a bachelors degree
from New York University and
her master's in education from
Hunter College
Rabbi Wenger also announced
that registration for all classes is
now open at the Landow Yeshiva.
Temple Or Olom
The Tuesdaj Evening Adult
Study Group at Temple Or Okim
will meet with Rabbi Kudv at f
p.m On Wednesday the Hebrew
Literacy Group will meet at h
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Friday. July 11. 1980
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Business Notes
George Seely has been appointed director of operations of
Rocky Pomerance Assoication. Inc., a Miami-headquartered
national security firm. His appointment was announced by
Rocky Pomerance. former chief of police of Miami Beach and
past president of the International Association of Police Chiefs.
Ann D. Trella has been named account services supervisor at
Neil Littauer & Associates.. Miami advertising and public
relations agency.
Mrs. Trella. formerly with Cook, Ruef. Spann & Wciser
Advertising of Miami and Columbia, S.C. will coordinate client
services and media activities at the agency.
Florida Power A Light Company has promoted J.T. Petillo
to director of ita Marketing and Energy Conservation Depart-
ment, effective July 1. He will be responsible for expanding
existing energy programs and developing and introducing new
conservation programs.
Petillo joined the utility in 1973 as an administrative assistant
in the Environmental Department He has since held various
positions, including senior planning analyst, public affairs
coordinator and commercial manager. Prior to his latest
promotion, he was district manager of Delray Beach
FP & L Company has also promoted R.B. Leonard to director
of auditing and operutions analysis, effective July 1.
Leonardi began his career with the utility as an office clerk in
1952. He has held various positions since that time, including
customer service clerk, accounting supervisor and systems
analyst. He was chief auditor prior to his latest promotion.
Tad Patrick Fiaher. 24, has joined the firm of Steve Fisher
and Associates as vice president. His duties will include
rfs|M)nsibilitit's covering commercial accounts as well as the
political campaigns the firm handles.
Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of American Savings
and Loan Association of Florida (NYSEl. announced that the
board of directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend of
I 20 |ht sharf This regular quarterly dividend will be paid on
\ug 1 "> to shareholders of record July 15.
This is the aPvaotMih consecutive quarterly dividend paid
by American Savings since becoming a public company in April
1976.
Robert Mullen has been appointed president of Jordan
Marsh Florida, announced William Ruben, chairman of the
board.
Mullen, who was senior vice president and general mer
chandise manager at Marshall Field & Company, Chicago
division succeeds Bruce Burnham, who became president and
chief executive officer of Bonwit Teller, another Allied stores
division, last January
Mullen joined Marshall Field in 1976. was promoted to senior
vice president in 1978 and to senior vice president and general
merchandise manager for men's, home furnishings and home
accessories, fashion accessories, shoes, intimate apparel and
juniors in 1979.
Robert Gross, who joined Financial Federal Savings A Loan
Association in 1979. has been appointed manager of the
association's Boca Gladea branch.
A graduate of Florida International University with a
bachelor's degree in sociology. Gross began his savings and loan
career in 1974 at Citizens Federal Savings A Loan Association.
Harold J. Segal, Miami Beach realtor and civic leader, has
been elected to the advisory board of Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Beach. His election was announced by Barton S.
Goldberg, president of the bank.
Segal, who has served as treasurer for 18 consecutive years of
the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, is a past president and life
trustee of that body. He also is past president of the Men's Club
of Temple Emanu-EI of Greater Miami and a member of the
board of directors of the congregation.
David Feidmaa has been named a fund member attorney of
Lawyers' Title Guaranty Fund Feldman. a graduate of
University of Miami School of Law, is active in legal practice in
Miami Beach.
NEW YORK IDB Bankholding Corporation Limited
announced the successful completion of a public offering and a
rights offering in Israel which raised approximately IL. 1
billion (S23 million!.
The public offering consisted of units comprised of four
ordinary shares III. 20 nominal value each) at a unit price of
720 percent of nominal value and one share option warrant
(series 8) entitling the holder to buy one ordinary share.
In an effort to facilitate banking services to the
residents of Bal Harbour. Sunny Isles and Surfside. the
Surf side Branch of Intercontinental Bank began its "Ride to
the Bank" service on July 1.
The bus will follow two routes: one through the area of
King's Point Drive-Bayview Drive and the other through the
area of Surfside-Bal Harbour.
Am pal-American Names Officers
Ralph Cohen, president of
Ampal American Israel Cor-
poration, announced that two
new senior executives were
appointed to the staff of the
[ r corporation
Michael Jaffe of the law firm of
Jaffe and Hochberg was ap-
pointed senior vice president,
organization. Shimon Y. Shapiro,
currently managing director of
the "Merav" Mortgage and
Savings Bank Ltd. of Israel, was
appointed vice president,
marketing and president of the
corporation's subsidiary. Ampal
Securities Corporation.
Fine Arts of Beth David Leaders Named
The Fine Arts of Beth David
announces its officers for the
1980-81 season: Rabbi and Mrs.
Sol (Gabriela) Landau and Mr.
and Mrs. Jules (Ruth) Spector.
honorary chairpersons; Mrs.
Edmund (Toby) Ansin. chair-
person; Mrs. Nathan (Lotte)
Glover, vice chairperson; Mrs.
Frieda Wellisch. treasurer; Mrs.
Jonathan (Dorothy) Raphaely,
recording secretary: Mrs. Robert
(Jackie) Traurig, corresponding
secretary: Mrs Richard (Tina)
Rosen, historian.
The newly-formed Fine Arts
Angels Committee is headed by
Mrs. Malvin (Irene) Weinberger
and Mrs. Julius (Ruth) Spector.
The Museum Committee is
headed by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(Miriam) Saffer. Other committee
chairpersons are: Mrs. Anne
Padawer. mailing; Mrs. Sanford
(Barbara) Cole. community
outreach. Mrs Bernard (Esther)
Sandrew, telephone; Lewis
Sternshein. finance.
Chairpersons ot the season's
maior events are: Mrs. Jerome
(Roberta) Shevin. Andy Warhol
Exhibition at the Lowe Art
Museum; Mrs. Fred (Norma
Jean) Ober and Mrs. Stanley
(Arlene) Zakarin. Andy Warhol
Preview Reception on Sept. 6. at
8 to 10 p.m.: Mrs. Jonathan
(Dorothy) Raphaely. "Creative
Communication." a seven-week
lecture series, opening with Mark
Londner of WCKT-TV Channel 7
on Oct 8. at 7:45 p.m.: Mrs. Fred
(Norma Jean) Ober. the Fourth
Annual Dance Luncheon.
Flamenco Fiesta, starring Ana
Maria, teacher of Spanish dance
at Ballet Concerto, and featuring
Robin and Barry Massin in a
special cinematography and art
exhibit on Nov. 12. at 10 a.m..
Mrs Abraham (Helenel
Benyunes and Myron Stay man.
An Evening of Music with the
Beth Abraham Youth Chorale
Tour Choir." on March 7. at 7:30
p.m.' Mr and Mrs Claude (Joan)
Sanchez, and Dr. and Mrs.
Michael (Debbie) Troner. "Fine
Arts Sabbath Service," on April
3.at8:15om
The gala evening of The Fine
Arts of Beth David will showcase
the Brothers Peskanov. young
emigre virtuosos selected by
Mstislav Rostropovich to per-
form as guests under his
direction with the National
Symphony. Pianist Alexander
Peskanov and violinist Mark
Peskanov will make their Miami
debut in a duo recital on
Saturday. Jan. 17, at 8 p.m.
Honorary Chairpersons lor the
event are Rabbi and Mrs. Sol
(Gabriela) Landau: Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley (Arlene) Zakarin are
chairpersons. Mrs. Nathan
(Lotte) Glover is publicity
chairperson: Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome (Roberta) Shevin will
El Al Streamlines
Its Operations
In a continuing program to
streamline operations, sales and
marketing. El Al Israel Airlines
has closed its Atlanta. Ga., office
and regionalized these programs
in the Miami office.
Zvi Redlich, southeast
regional manager, will b
responsible for El Al activities in
the state of Alabama. Florida,
Georgia, Mississippi and South
Carolina.
According to Redlich. This
consolidation will centralize our
services and put us in a position
to better serve the industry and
the traveler."
The Miami office at 1602
Washington Ave., Miami Beach,
Us taken over the day-to-day
operational activities formerly
handled by Atlanta. Mrs. Lila
Reisman will continue to service
the area.
The Atlanta office was closed
as part of a general consolidation
program by the airline. Redlich
stressed that this movement and
operational change is in line with
"economic belt tightening, but
will have no effect on promotion
of El AI sales or services to
passengers and travel agents.
Tofev An-un
head the Benefactor and Patron
Committee as well as the Annual
Fine Arts Award Committee.
The award will be presented at
the reception following the recital
of the Brothers Peskanov. Mrs.
Sam (Clarice) Badanes and Mrs.
Robert (Jackie) Traurig are ticket
chairpersons. A special pre-gala
coffee for Fine Arts Angels.
Benefactors, and Patrons will be
hosted by Mrs. Robert (Myrnal
Shevin and Mrs. Jerome
(Roberta) Shevin al the home of
Lotte Glover
Mr and Mrs. Robert Shevin on
Oct. 23 al 10.30 am Pianist
Beverly Norton, recipient of the
Fine Arts Award in honor of
Parker I) Thomson, will perform.
In announcing the leadership
positions. Fine Arts Chairperson
Mrs Ansin stated The
dynamic growth of The Fine Arts
and the participation and in-
volvement of the community
challenge us to present in-
novative and high caliber cultural
activities
The Jewish National Fund
Salutes
Isidore Segal
Champion Blue Box Collector
On His 95th Birthday
Isidore Segal is shown holding Certificate for 95 trees
planted in Israel
By His Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren
Honoring Him on this Joyous Milestone.
Illllllllllnllllllllllll FROrA SAHDTO IAHO J N F m*m% it h jppts X
3S ~
Plant A Tree
Plant a tree in the hope that some future man
May pause in his toil and rest
'Neath the spreading boughs that the cool winds
fan
And find it a heaven, blest
Plant a tree in the hope that some future child
May play in its restful shade
And it may shelter you in the tempest wild
You may eat of the fruit it'smade.
Plant a tree for the sake of your life and soul
Just try it one time to see
Men may forget your name and forget your gold
But they won't forget your tree.
Mrs. Lillie B. Honea
Plant A Tree
Redeem Rebuild Reclaim
The Land
Jewish National Fund
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 353
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
538-6464
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Community Corner
Daniel B. Shapiro of Coral Gables has been named to the
Dean's List at Bowdoin College in Brunswick. Maine. He was
selected on the basis of his scholastic achievements during the
second semester of the 1979-80 academic year.
Ruth Farkas will speak on 'Arthritis" at a meeting of the Dr
Abraham Wolf son Forum on July 17 at 10 a.m. at the
Washington Federal Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach On July 24. Denis A. Ruse will speak on "Cost of
Caring."
One of the local winners of the WTVJ-sponsored Jefferson
Awards, Mrs. Lee Klein, from Miami Beach, has been selected
as a national winner under the category of Outstanding Public
Service Benefiting Local Communities. She received the award
at a ceremony held in the East Conference Room of the United
States Supreme Court on June 24. Also attending the ceremony
was Channel 4's Public Service Director. Cile Sauvigne.
Orchestra leader. Marty Levitt, hosts his own radio program
entitled. Freilach Time." This program features Jewish theater
songs. Chassidic Nigunim and Israeli favorites. The program is
heard on WDNA. 88.9 on the FM dial, every Wednesday at 8
p.m.
Lisa S. Newman was graduated from the Mercersburg (Pa.I
Academy at commencement exercises held on the campus on
May 31 While attending Mercersburg. she lettered in Softball
and was a member of the Blue Review staff and Trek. The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Newman, Daytonia Rd..
Miami Beach. Lisa will attend Tampa University in the fall.
An exhibit of the painting of Gus Rosania. a Panamanian
surrealist who has recently settled in the Kendall area, will be
at the Hank of Florida in South Florida through July 14.
Richard S. Friedland has been named regional counsel for
U S Customs in the southeast United States, according to
I S Customs thief ( ounsel Richard Abbey.
Ellen D. Jacobs. Florida International University professor
and president of the Institute of Maya Studies, will speak on
the most recent unpublished findings on the Maya culture on
Wednesday, July 16. at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the
Museum of Science. The public is invited.
Judy Kaplan. R.N.. clinical instructor at Mount Sinai
Medical Center, was recently presented with the Ethicon
I.auraete Award for her speech at the Southeast Surgical
Conference in Atlanta Ms Kaplan presented a paper about the
pre and post-surgical care of patients with signoidal cancer
The award is given for excellence in presentation and material
Artists from the Miami area will present "Images in Fiber."
.i group showing at the Barbara Gillman Gallery, beginning
with a preview reception to meet the artists July 12 from 7 to
9:30 p.m. at the gallery.
PACE (Performing Arts for Community and Education)
announces the selection of its 1981 Big Orange Steering
Committee The 15 member committee, represented by South
Florida leaders in business, education and the arts, will be
chaired by Miami philanthropist and PACE board member
Donald Kaha.
Other members of the Steering Committee are: Tom
Abraham of Abraham Chevrolt; Ron Caaimowitz. vice
president and general manager of Discos CBS. a division of
CBS International; Lester Freeman, executive director of the
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce; Lester Goldstein, at-
torney and developer; Joanne Holahonser. executive director of
the Coconut Grove Arts Festival; Gerry Inzerulo, executive
assistant manager of the. Fbotainebleau Hilton; B. Landon.
founder and president of the Metropolitans, the patron group
of the Metropolitan Museum and Art Centers; Dean William
Lee of the University of Miami School of Musk; Robin Reiter-
Faragalli, executive director of Southeast Banking Corporation
Arts Council; Dong Segal of Segal and Printers; Scott Segal of
American Sightseeing Tours; Barry Stags!, vice president of
American Savings and Loan Association; and Jerry Winter,
vice president of Burger King Corporation.
Robert Solo v a of North
Miami was elected chairman of
the board of the American Heart
Association of Greater Miami by
its board of directors. Solovei.
president of Green Brook
Corporation, previously served
as vice chairman of the board
and chairman of the Heart
Association's Exercise Com-
mittee, which funds Heart Trails
(vita courses) in the community.
Solovei is also active in the
Heart Association's
Yacht Rendezvous.
Soloi
EEC Touts Self-Determination
Except in Their Own Backyards
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Continued from Page 1-B
SOME NATIONAL minorities
in Western Europe may be
considered legitimate nations,
deserving self-determination.
They are. for the most part,
ancient peoples, with deeprooted
cultures and languages, and due
to the vagaries of history', have
ended up within the national
borders of the countries now
comprising Western Europe.
Unlike the Palestinians, many
of these peoples have no place
else to go if they want to preserve
their cultures. The Palestinians
could settle in any one of 23
independent Arab states, where
the language is Arabac. the
culture similar and the religion
Islam
Several national minorities
have spawned terrorist
organizations Yet nowhere does
one see Western European
countries willing to sit down and
discuss self-determination with
the terrorists, as they wish Israel
to do in the case of the PLO.
A CLOSER look at Europe's
own national-minority situation
does not stand very exacting
scrut iny:
France has several national
movements: the Alsatians and
the people of Lorraine in the
northeast, on the border with
Germany, the Basques in the
south, and over the border into
Spam: the Occitanians in the
southwest: the people of
Provence in the southeast, the
Bretons in the western peninsula,
and the people of Corsica.
In many of these regions, the
populace has been agitating for
cultural or political separation,
but the French government has
done little in the way of granting
even minimal autonomy, much
less full self-determination
In Corsica, for example, the cry
for self-determination is heard
loudly The quarter of a million
Corsicans and many of the one
million Corsicans who reside in
France and elsewhere in the
world demand autonomy An
island which was an independent
republic before Napolean in-
corporated it into France has
its right of self
for well over 150
has the French
reacted? By
a separatist
and refusing its
been seeking
determination
years. How
government
outlawing
organization
demands for a special political
status or autonomy for Corsica
demands that have been
marked by violence.
SPAIN FACES a serious
national problem, that of the
"nations" within the Spanish
nation. The problem is the
separatist and regional goals of
the non-Cast ilia n people in Spain
The people in question are the
Basques in the north, the
Catalans in the northeast, the
Valencians in the east, and the
Galioans in the northwest The
Basques and the Catalans have
been pushing for separatism,
while the Valencians and the
Galicians would be satisfied with
some kind of regional autonomy
The two million Basques, for
example, have been described as
an ancient people, a race apart.
their origins lost in history. They
speak their own language and
have their own culture. Incor-
porated into Spain in 1492. the
Basques have had a separatist
movement at least since the
Spanish Civil War which uses
En tins Are Parents
North Miami Beach attorney.
Al Entin and his wife. Lois, on
Monday. June 23. were the happy
and proud parents of Marsha
Kay. their second child. They
attended the final adoption
hearing of Marsha Kay. seven
months old. before the Honorable
Phil Knight
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publicize its cause But the
Spanish government recently
took some steps to ease the
situation Basques have been
granted limited regional
autonomy the right to choose
their local administrators, and
enforce the law with Basque
police Most important, the
Basque language has been
restored to a position equal to
Spanish Yet no thought or
expression is being given by
Spain or the EEC for self-
determination for the Basques
GREAT BRITAIN, or the
United Kingdom of Great Britain
and Northern Ireland, as it is
officially named, has nationalist
movements in Northern Ireland.
Scotland and Wales, which were
incorporated by England into the
L'nited Kingdom Britain's most
serious problem is in Northern
Ireland, with a population of 1 5
million. about two thirds
Protestant and one-third Roman
Catholic
Sectarian iolsnoe t>egan in the
1960s between the two factions.
and the British stepped in.
suspending the Northern Ireland
Parliament and imposing direct
British rule Several groups havs
called for an independent lister
with economic links with the
Irish republic to the south
Britain ha- t hus tar done nothing
to satisfy t he-e demands
Law- passed in !H7 granted
Scotland and Wales home rule.
but not Northern Ireland
which i- -till a long way from II
determination The Kingdom of
Scotland with a population of
more than five million was in
corporated into theU.K in 1707
THE SCOTS are an ancient
people, with their own unique
culture They ha\e Invn for a
greater part of their history an
independent country one of
considerable distinction and
despite two and a half centuries
of union with England, there has
lieen no detectable blurring of
their national identity
Scottish nationalism began to
take on even more significance
with the discovery of oil off the
Scottish coast in the North Sea
Under pressure from nationalist
movements in both Scotland and
in Wales. Parliament passed laws
in 1978 granting limited home
rule to Scotland and Wales But
certainly not self-determination
The principality of Wales, with
a population of about three
million, wss incorporated into the
i'elsh feel that
they have suffered under the
heels of the invaders throughout
their history, be it the Romans.
the Normans, or the English
Welsh-speaking individuals talk
endlessly of a crisis of identity
and fed that independence would
be the answer.
BELGIUM has been described
as "one national divisible I -
inhabited, not by Belgians, hut
by the Dutch speaking Fleming-
and Walloons, whose language -
French. It is more a broken
marriage than s nation At the
very outset of Belgium m
dependence, the Flemings, who
comprise 60 percent of Belgium s
10 million population, were up-.
thst French was the only official
language The Flemings finalK
won full equality for their
language, but now they w
e\ en more regional autonorm \
proposal before Parliament w
allow each group to elect itsowi
government, and control it- owi
purse strings. In April
Belgian government feel on th.
issue of autonomy.
A Venice Declaration bj
European nations calling for !
determination for the
Palestinians would ha\e a w
of credibility when the Europi
nations first apply the pnrv
0l -elf determination in their
backyards
Principal Named
at Day School
Philippa Feldman ha-
tppointad principal of th. 1
Childhood Department ol
Ix-hrman Day School fend
religious schools of I
EmanuEl of Greater Miami
Mr- Feldman w ill opt
under the supervision ot
Amir Baron. director
education for Temple Email
and the I and of I)r Irving Lehrman. ra
of the congregation who
dinatesall educational activities
The new principal was \*
New York and raised in Mil
Beach She now lives in Sur!
with her husband. Michael of the
Bay Harbor Island law firm.
Nelson and Feldman. and their
two children. Elizabeth and
Andrew
She attended Miami Beach
Senior High School and received
s bachelor of arts degree in
education from the University of
Miami
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Now being established by young American
families (some from England too)
For Orthodox families between ages of 21-40
who want to find out about this
unique opportunity:
CALL NOW and meet with our special
Aliyah representative from Israel
Mr. Yitzchak Hildesheimer, he will be
in the U.S. for three weeks.
For more information call or write
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Poale Agudath Israel
156 5th Ave.. NYC 10010
(212)924-9475
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Half of Jewish Candidates May
?'Mumped' as Police Officers
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) An
\p.Tt on recruitment of Jews for
the city's police force said that
court rulings suspending ap-
pointment of 381 new police
officers recently unless half of
lhem are Black and Hispanic
means that almost half of the
qualified Jewish candidates will
Jh humped" if the lower court
ruling is allowed to stand.
Ixiuis Weiser, a retired police
officer who is president of the
W\ ouncil of Jewish Organizations
in Civil Service, told the Jewish
I'ele graphic Agency several days
igo that IK Jewish candidates
two "t them Orthodox women
'. among the 380 candidates
i; , nfember.
VVKISKR. who has been a key
figure in two campaigns to
? recruit Jewish police candidates
one in 1973 and one in 1979 -
staid that, on the basis of the
proportion of Jews among the
30 named recently. 18 to 20
I. wish candidates could have
-. n counted on as being among
-i appointees last.lanuarv. if
. rts had not ordered a st.iv
thi appointments unless the
department was willing to accept
\\ is.r called a quota order
I he legal battle began when
(uardians Association.
presenting Black officers, and
Hispanic Society of Police
era tiled suit in tederal court.
ntending the examination for
. ice given in June. 1979 was
minatory, purportedly
ause it was essentially a test
reading and therefore biased
unsi minorit) rnambori who
l a disadvantage because
m allegedly inferior education
had received in New York
. lllHlls
ih r.11 Judge Hubert Carter
a ruling on Jan 11 that no
intents could be made
ssi half of the appointees were
k and Hispanic In a brief
Lied to t he Federal Court of
\\ peals for the Second District.
thi cit) asked the court to stay
I arter'a preliminary injunction
ind permit appointments to the
force while the city's appeal was
being heard
Political Notes
AI Dermer Runs
for School Board
Hr Al Dermer has again
announced his candidacy for the
Hade County School Board.
District JjjsV*S. He ran against
l'^> His Miller in 1976.
D Dermer had served aa
Assistant director of the Head
Start program and was a former
first vice president. Classroom
Teachsrs Association.
This seat is countywide and
jatll appear on all Dade County
."emocratic ballots in the Sept. 9
TTnary.
D. Bruce Levy
Runs for Judge
D Bruce Levy. South Dade
attorney, has announced he will
be a candidate for Dade County
Circuit Court Judge. Group 7, in
M-be Sept. 9 primary election,
oting is county wide for the non-
artisan position.
''vy. who has served as
chairman for the past three years
of the Florida Bar Ethics
* ommittee. criminal section, is
former Assistant Public Defender
'or Dade County.
BAAL TEPHILAH
TO OFFICIATE ON
| HIGH HOLIDAYS
/ tor a Conservative Congregation
V^Sead rtnaw to Tempi* Jedeee,
T ,Box 09412. Ft. Myere. Fls. 33906
THE APPEALS Court refused
\ a ,emPrar> injunction
hut did promise to expedite a
hearing on the citv s appeal and
set a date for that hearing
The situation thereupon
became one giving the city the
choice of accepting the quota
order or refraining from making
appointments pending the final
court determination of the issue
It was expected that whether the
Appeals Court rules for or
against the quota ruling, the
losing side will appeal to the U.S.
Supreme Court.
Mayor Edward Koch and
Polks Commissioner Hobert
McGuire issued a statement that
they considered the June tests
fair and job-related and reiterated
that the city would press its
appeal Mayor Koch said "we will
never unless required by the
court i iir federal law. run t his city
with quotas
WEISER STRESSED that
the Jewish candidates who
passed all the required
examinations. mental and
physical, who have not been
appointed, would remain on the
hiring list but. he added, I have
alreadv received calls from BOIM
of the young .lews on the list.
telling me the) are concerned
bout how long the) Will have to
WUlt
Earlier. Weiser had re-
ported to the JTA. in dis-
cussing the second drive to
recruit Jews, that there were
some 700 Jews on the force,
including 30 women, totalling
leaa than two percent of the force,
far below the Jewish proportion
of New York City's population.
V\ eiser estimated then that of
the 1.200 Jews who took the June
test. fiOO to H50 passed, including
150 women. He also estimated
that no more than 200 Jews
would pass the other tests -
medical, psychological and
physical and receive listing for
appointment.
GIVEN ATTRITION and
losses bj retirement, Weiser said,
the result could be even fewer
Jewish officers than before the
recruiting drive Several days ago
hi' said that the quota ruling, if it
is not overruled, and the cer-
tainty that some successful
Jewish candidates will quit the
list becauseol delays, will help to
assure a net drop in the number
"I Jewish police officers during
the four-year life of the current
list
A coalition of police and civil
service groups announced it will
seek tn enter a friend of the court
briel in support of the city and in
opposition to the ruling by
Carter. Weiser reported.
Wedding
Herman-Pearson
Gem Lynn Herman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris M.
Herman of Miami, became the
bride of Richard L Pearson, son
of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Pearson
of Montreal. Canada.
The ceremony took place at the
Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday. July
6. with Rabbi Norman Shapiro
and Cantor William l.ipson
officiating.
Hegina Herman, cousin of the
bride, was the maid of honor;
Minette Herman, sister-in-law of
the bride, was the matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Nancy
Pearson, sister-in-law. Roberta
Engel and Cindy Aaronson
Clifford and Jonathan Pearson,
brothers of the groom, were best
men I'shers were Dr. Fred
Herman, brother of the bride, and
(Jerald lssenman. Andrew Glass
and Michael Stern
The bride wore a satin organza
dress with alenron lace em
broidered with seed pearls and
alencon lace appliques on the
bodice. The empire bodice
featured high Dutchess neckline.
and the full train was em
broidered with scalloped lace and
net ruffle
The bride's grandparents. Mr
and Mrs. Sam Herman of Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Alterman of Pittsburgh. Pa .
were in the bride's party
Joss Carreras. newly acclaimed
uperstar" of the operatic world
has l>een nabbed by Cultural Arts
Director, Judy Drucker. to
appear Monday. Jan 12. at 8:30
p.m as a major highlight of
Temple Beth Sholom s Great
Artists Series at the Miami
Beach Theater of the Performing
Arts
t arreras will replace the earlier
announced soprano. Renata
Scut to, whose Jan 17
engagement has been postponed
to the 1981 '82 season
W inner of Italy's International
Verdi Voice Competition,
Carreras appeared in Italy. Spain
and France before making his
ti.-t.ut in 1972 with the New York
City Opera.
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
Mattot
MATTOT The tribe of Reuben and the tribe of Gad had a
great numlier of cattle, and they wanted to stay in the land
east of the Jordan, for it was good for cattle feeding
Hut Moses said: "Shall the other tribes go to war while
you stay here?"
They replied: "We will march with the Israelites and will
not return here until we have brought them to their land, and
each one has received his share We ourselves will not ask for
any share of their land on the other side of the Jordan because
our share is here on the eastern side."
Then Moses commanded Eleazar. the priest, and Joshua,
and the chiefs of the tribes: "If the tribes of Gad and Reuben
will cross the Jordan with you. armed and ready to fight for
the Lord, and you conquer the land, then you shall give them
the land east of the Jordan as their share.
"But if they will not cross it with you and join in the fight
then they will have to give up the land east of the Jordan and
flght for a share of the land of Canaan."
The tribes of Gsd and Reuben repeated: "We will cross
and fight with you." (Numbers 302-32 421
Massay
MASSAY The final sidra of the Book of Numbere sum-
marize* the route of the 40 year* of wandering
It aleo deacribea the instructions given to the Israelites
concerning the treatment of the conquered nations and the
manner in which they were to divide the land of Csnaan.
Drive out all the people who live in the land of Canaan
and deetroy all their atone and metal idols." said the Lord
Throw down their altars and places of worship.
"Then shall you occupy the land and live there. Draw lots
and according to them divide the land among you. tribe by
tribe. Give the greater share of the land to the larger tribes and
the smaller share to the smaller tribes "
And Moses spoke to the Children of Israel, saying: This
is the land the Lord has given to the nine and one-half tribes
Share it by lot As for the tribe of Reuben, the tribe of Gad.
and half the tribe of Manasseh. these two and one-half tribes
have received their share on the eastern side of the Jordan at
Jericho.
These are the laws which the lx>rd gave through Moses
unto the Children of Israel in the plains of Moab by the Jordan
at Jericho tXumbers 33:1 86:131
(The recounting ol the Weekly Portion ol the Law ll extracted and based
upon "The Graphic History ol the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Wollman
Tsamir, SIS, published by Shengold The volume is available at '5 Maiden
Lane. New York, N V I00JI Joseph Schlang is president ol the society
distributing the volume.) __________________________
Carreras Joins Beth Sholom Series
Synagogue
Listings
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 NE Miami Gardens Drive
North Miami Beach 947 1435
Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern
Friday Night Services 8:15 p.m
Late services lor the entire family
throughout the summer
Saturday morning service at 8:30
Hwharil Pearson
The bride graduated I mm
Palmetto High School and at-
tended the University of
Maryland and received her MA in
business and design
The groom attended Selwyn
House in Montreal ami
graduated from ( arlton
University in Ottawa
The couple will honeymoon al
Paradise Island and reside in
Canada
70th Birthday
Judy and Frank Kreutzer,
Rene, and Jay plan a Tilth bir-
thday party in honor ol their
mother and grandmother. Elsa
Kreut/er on Sunday, July 13, at
Bath Kodesh Congregation from
I to 6 p m
Candlelighting
Time
7 58
27 Tarnuz 5740
BETH TORAH 947 7528
CONGREGATION Conservative
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd.
Or. Max A. Lipschitz. Rabbi
Cantor Zvee Aroni
TEMPLE BETH AM Dr Herbert
5950 N Kendall Dr. Baumgard
S. Miami 667-8667 Senior Rabbi
Mitchell Chefitz. Associate Rabbi
Friday Service 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Stuart Wemblatt
will speak on
"The Cubans are Coming!
The Cubans are Coming."'
Torah Service Saturday
t 11 15 a.m.
BETH OAVIO Miami's Historic
Conservative Congregation
Or. Sol Landau, Rabbi
Hazzan Wm. M. Upson
CORAL WAY 262S SW 3rd Ave.
Phone: 854-3911 Dally Services
Morning and Evening
Coral Way Main Sanctuary
Saturday morning 9 a.m.
S. Oade Campus 7500 SW 120th St.
Late Shabbat Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
Conservative 538 2503
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Rabbi
Zvl Adler. Cantor
Saturday morning service 9 a.m.
Sermon 10:30
Registration now in progress all
departments Religious School
and Lehrman Day School Grades
1-9. Membership Inquiries Invited.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Blvd. Reform
Coral Gables 667 5657
Michael B. Eisenstat. Rabbi
Serving Coral Gabies and
the Southwest ares
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 7Sth St., Miami Beach 33141
Rabbi Mayer Abramowltz
Friday services at 8 15 p.m
Saturday services at 9 a.m.
BETH KODESH
Modem Traditional
1101 SW 12 Ave. 85*6334
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Cantor Leon Segal
fAose Berlin Executive Secretary
Dairy Mam/on lor Yahrtetten
Deity 745 a.m. 4 7:15 p.m.
Saturday Service 9:45 a.m
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Chase Avenue at 41 at St.
Dr. Leon Kronish 538 7231
Cantor David Convl ear Liberal
Sabbath Services. Frl., 8:15 p.m.
Saturday services, 10.45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI 19901 NE 22 Ave
North Oade's Reform Congregation
Ralph P. Klngsiey. Rabbi
Julian I. Cook. Associate Rabbi
Irving Shulkes, Cantor
Barbara S. Ramsay, Administrator
Sabbath Eve Services 8:1S p.m.
(7:30 p.m. on the first
Friday of the month)
Sabbath Morning Services
10:30 a.m.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Phone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
Executive Vice President
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
H9 E Fiagier Si Miami Fia JJ131 37S-4963
nD6. Lewis I Bogage Direclor Onion ol
American Meorew Congregation
TEMPLE ZION Cunaaisslrea
8000 MMter Drive 271-2311
Or. Norman N. Shapiro. Rabbi
Visitors and Guests are weKonte.
Mmyen Services: 7 a.m. Mondays
and Thursdays Tehier Chapel Fri.,
Jul 11. 8:15 p.m.. Late Services
Teitler Chapel. Sat.. Jul. 12. 9 a.m
Sabbath Services. Pre-Registration
Religious Schools All grades
kindergarten thru confirmation
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
"ONE I63id Si N Miami Beach Fla 33162
94? 6094 Rt>t>. Oavifl B SaiMman. eiecutive
1ire,io'
tion
concerning Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
Phone: 576 4000
Rabbinical Association Office


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*Jen #*/> Fkricfiar?
rnday. July
TT^sr
Public Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number M MM
Division 01
IN KK ESTATE OF
BELLE GOODMAN
IV erased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of BELLE GOODMAN,
deceased. File Number 80-
5408. is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 73 West
Flagler St. Miami, Florida
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below
All Interested persons are
required to file with this court.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OF THE FIRST PUBLI
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
111 all claims against the
estate and i2i any objection by
an interested person to whom
nolic* was mailed that chal-
lenges the validity of the will.
iiu qualifications of the per
-inni representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court.
M.I. CLAIMS AND OBJ EC
TIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Publication of this Notice
has begun on July 11 980
Personal Representative
Albert Goodman
lltl South Southlake Drive
Hollywood. FL 33010
Marilyn Fein. Per Rep
254) Warren St
Brooklyn. N Y 11201
Attorney for Personal
Representative
MOSES J GRl'NDWERG
HAYS GRL'NDWERG
II SE First Avenue
Miami. FL 33131
Telephone 30S 371 4410
ii2ft July 11. 18 1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 99-4M*
Division 01
IN RE ESTATE OF
JACK LIEB
Deceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that the administration
o( the estate of JACK UEB.
deceased. File Number 80
4369. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County.
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is 71 W
Flagler SI Miami. Fla The
personal representative of the
estate IS LORRAYNE W
LIEB. whose address is 14738
SW 84 Terrace. Miami. Fla
The name and sddress of the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against the estate
are required. WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand they
may have Each claim must be
in writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at-
torney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet
due. the date when It will
become due shall be stated. If
the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to
mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested In the
estate to whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed arc required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to HI* any ob-
jections they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent s will, the qualifies
lions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or Juris
diction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Adminis-
tration July 11. 080
LORRAYNE W LIEB
As Personal Representative
of the Estate of
JACK LIEB
Dec eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESE NTATTVE:
KL'RT WE1JJSCH. ESQ
WELLISCH. METZGER
* LEONE. PA
161 Almeiica A vs..
Suite 200- E
Coral Gables. Fla. 33134
Telephone (306)445-7064
06028 July 11. 18 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
HIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
BR1CKELL Al'TO SALES at 1
SW 22 Avenue. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BRICKELLAUTO
BROKERS. In.
Harvey D Friedman
Attorneys for
Brlckell Auto Brokers. Inc.
430 Lincoln Road-Suite 382
Miami Beach. Florida 33130
00024 July 11. 18,26;
Aug 1. I960
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name Las
Americas Academy of Real
Estate, at 1152 NW 34th Ave
Miami. FL 33126. Intends to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
Antonio Vasano. Director
O8087 June 27.
July 4. 11. 18. 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name The
Jewish Florldian of Plnellas
County, with principal offices
at 120 NE 6th Street. Miami
Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Iiade County.
Florida
FredK Shoehel. Owner
08076 June 27.
Julv4. 11. 18. 1880
ti<
JNDE*

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name
BAD REALTY CO al 4315
Prairie Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida 33140 intend to
register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
Ml'KRAY BERKOWITZ
ABBEY BERKOWITZ
MICHAEL LEFKOWITZ
GABRIEL DEfTSCH
08036 June 13. 20. 27.
July 4. 1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 10 100*3 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
SHARON ELDRIDGE
Petitioner Wife
and
RAYMOND ELDRIDGE
Respondent Husband
TO RAYMOND ELDRIDGE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ARTHUR H LIPSON.
Attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1615 NW 167 St..
Suite 216. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before August IS. 1980. 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 8th day of July.
1680
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal i
in*i July 11. 18 25.
AUg 1. 1080
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 96-7661 fc
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
RODNEY CROW
Petitioner Husband
and
ANN CROW
Respondent Wife
TO: ANN CROW
764 Your, Kim Parkway
North
Columbus. Ohio
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ARTHUR H LIPSON,
attorney for Petitioner whose
address Is 1615 Northwest 167
Street. Suite 216. Miami. FL
33169. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before August 16.
I960, otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 8th day of July,
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarlnda Brown
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
09030 July 11. 18. 28:
Aug. 1. 1960
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 99-f*40 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
ESTHER K ROSE
Wife
and
JOHN A ROSE
Husband
TO JOHN A ROSE
RESIDENCE ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action lor
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on ALBERT L CARRI
CARTE. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2491 NW 7th Street. Miami
Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August 15. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be
Kbllshed once each wees for
ir consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court al Miami.
Florida on this 7 day of July,
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By S A Bamer
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Albert L Carrlcarte. P A
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
|306> 649 7917
Attorney for Petitioner
09027 July 11. 18. 25.
______________________Aug I. 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 66-92S4 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
AMENDED
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
In re the marriage of
FRED OOODMAN
Petitioner Husband
vs
KITTY P GK)DMAN
Respondent Wife
TO KITTY P GOODMAN
P O Box 48306
law Angeles
California 90048
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE has been filed
against you and you are
required lo serve a ropy of
your written answer and
defenses, if any, to It on
DANIEL GALLUP. ESQ. .
plaintiff's attorney. whose
address is 2356 Salxedo Street,
Coral Gables, Florida, on or
before August 22. 1980. and file
the original with the clerk of
this court either before service
on plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter, other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this court on July 8.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
09031 July 11. 18. 25.
______________________Aug I. 19811
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-f49t
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
YVAN VITAL
Petitioner
and
MARIE E VITAL
Respondent
TO MARIE E VITAL
Residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
2600 Douglas Road. Suite 1011.
Coral Gables. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or
before August 16. 1980. other
wise s default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be pub
llshed once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald court at Miami.
Florida on this 7 day of July
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Deborah G Hess
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal i
Marvin Ross Friedman
280O Douglas Road Suite 1011
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
(446-64861
Attorney for Petitioner
09032 July 11. 18. 28;
Aug. 1, I860
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN A
FOR DADE COUNTY. FL
Civil Action No 66-tllf FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA ANGELICA
Atil'lRRE PAVES
Petitioner Wife
and
EDl'ARDO PAVES
Respondent Husband
TO EDUARDO PAVES
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on Marc J Reynolds,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 100 North Blsravne
Blvd New World Tower Bide.
Suite 3000. Miami FL 33132.
Penthouse, and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August 15. 1980. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
ihr complaint or petition
This notice shall be pu^
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 7 day of July.
1980
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dsde County Florida
B) ivborahi; Hess
As Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal i
I ~i Offices of
Robblns A Reynolds
Ne World Tower Building
100 North Blscayne Blvd
Miami Florida 33132
Marc J Reynolds
Attorney for Petitioner
00.134 JulV 11 18 25
Aug 1 1980
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 90 4770
Division 63
IN RE ESTATE OF
SAMUEL WARDEIJ...
I Vceased
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TO AU. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
E1ED that the administration
of the estate of SAMUEL
WARDELL. deceased. File
Number 80 4270. Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate
Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130 The Co
personal representatives of the
estate are SYD KAY and
JOHN KAY whose addresses
are 2750 NE 183rd Street
North Miami Beach. Florida
The name and address of the
personal representative's
atlofne> .ire set forth below
All persons having claims or
demands against Ihe estate
are required WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of
any claim or demand Ihey
may have Each claim must be
in writing and must indicate
the basis for the claim the
name and address of the
creditor or his agent or at
torney. and the amount
claimed If the claim is not yet
due. the date when it will
become due shall be staled If
Ihe claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the
uncertainty shall be stated If
the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described
The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk lo
mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the
estate lo whom a copy of this
Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE, to file any ob
velions they may have that
challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifies
lions of the personal represen-
tative, or the venue or juris-
diction of the court
AU. CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
Date of the first publication
of this Notice of Adminis
tratlon July 11. 1680
SYD KAY and
JOHN KAY
As Co-Personal
Representatives of
the Estate of
SAMUEL WARDELL
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
I.AW OFFICES OF
JOSEPH SCHMIER
By James H Balkea
2500 East Hallandale
Beach Blvd No 811
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Telephone 045 1586. 458 5535
0m'M July U. 18. 1080
American Flags
Wave in China
Not only has American
Savings made its existence
known in the United States, but
it now has made its presence
known in China, as well.
On a recent trip to China. Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Rosen of Miami
Beach gave American flag lapel
pins to 150 children in Peking
Morris N. Broad, president of
American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida, gave the
pins to the Rosens, who are
longtime customers and friends.
American Savings had used the
pins in a recently concluded
"Pride in America" promotion.
The Rosens were not sure if
they would be permitted by
Chinese authorities to distribute
the American flag pins, but after
they arrived in China, they were
surprised and pleased that they
were allowed to give the pins to
Chinese children
Although there was no F.ngiish
spoken, permission was com-
municated by parents through
non-verbalized expression The
children, clad in school uniforms,
seemed very happy as the
American flag pins were pinned
on them
Haber Heads
Human
Relations Firm
Dr Leonard Haber. former
mayor of Miami Beach, has been
elected president of the Institute
of Human Relations. Inc a
Miami-headquartered. national
firm of psychologists and
psychiatrists He is the current
national president of the
American Society of
Psychologists in Private
Practice.
Dr Syvil Marquit. former
president of the Florida
Psychological Association, was
elected chairman of the board
Other directors elected by the
Institute of Human Relation*
Inc.. include Dr Dean Georgt
Elefethery. a doctor of medicinf
who is hoard certified in group
psychotherapy, psychodrama and
sociometry. and Dr. Arthur T.
Stillman. a diplomat* of the
American Board of Psychiatry
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEHEBY
OIVEN thai the undersigned
desiring lo engage In business
under the fictitious name The
Jewish Elurifhan. al 130 NE
th Street. Miami. Florida
33132 intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida
FredK Shochel
Sole Owner
mm* June 77.
July 4 ii ii iwo
IN TNB CIRCUIT COUBT Of
THE IITM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
CM No Mf i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Ke the marriage of
MARIA TERESA DIAZ
Petitioner Wife
and
M >'< iNSc i DIAZ
Respondent Husband
TO AIJ-'ONSO DIAZ
78-08 Woodslde Avenue
Elmhurst. New York
11373
YOU ARE HEREBY noUfted
that a Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage has been filed
against you and you are
hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer or other
pleading to the Petition on the
Wile's Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS, whose address Is
1464 NW 17 Avenue. Miami
Florida 33128. and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Oourt on or
before the 18 day of August
1980. or a Default will be en
te red against you
DATED this 7 day of July
1980 "
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the
Circuit Oourt
By Lola H Currier
Deputy Clerk
"BU33 July II. 18. 36,
Aug 1. 196*


ly. July 11. 1980
iblic Notices
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
ICUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ID FOR DADE COUNTY
l Action No 10 *'" FC
DON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
[K The marriage of
|1 M-M.l..; FREDRICK
tilmner Wife
yd n nuePRICK
>|H>wt*nt Husband
FLOYD N FREDRICK
Keetdem I nkmmn
IRE HEREBY NnTI
(I i (hat an BCUoi
luUOfl of Marriage has
I
quired lo serve a i
millfti defense* ii an)
yi; Till K H I.IPSON
. ) (oi PeUUonei I
.
Miami Ftoi
gUlal III! th. -
,t...\ at \ led court
\u,
Mill will I"
I tor the '
, I.-.I in Um rfmipl.tiru ni
loll
I : nkss mj hand sad th.
tld court al M
la ii this I day 0< luly
tRD I- BR1NKER
y. i I. i t'irrult Court
. -.. h I ouiily. Flo* Hi..
n v Clartnda iirami
a Deputy cierk
. ml 1'iHirt Seal i
July IL II
Auk If
["THE CIRCUIT CdTJB: TOT
IE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
|aDE COUNTY FLORIDA
CM( No 10 1*3' FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
I marriage of
N v MERRILL
nr wile
\M M.I J S
Merrill
. ponttsnt Hui.1
WILLIAM AI.I.KN
MEKKll.l
lent a t nknnwn
ill IRE NOTIFIED that
ni.i now
M \P.K1 MIC has been tiled
v.sj ami y>u are
I a copy ol
a KUn IHIW nd
il any, 10 it on
IMEL GALLUP Esy
sllorne) whose
Salzedo Street
Hal liable.. Fl
r before August I
and fll the original Itn
either
on plaintiff*
i pi laimeMialety
i otherwise a default
,.,..'. 11 !(T
demanded in the
i pcilUOB
rl) haml and the
... ., irt "i III
kill I P HKINKh.lt
lei k ..i Um < "i"iri
H> I >.-(...i al I l<
\ I >et*ul) Cl.
lurs .'7
July i ll. l l**>
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
ICIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
1 AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 10 8*41 FC
ICTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
UK ITir man lagr ul
\NK It FR1
etltiontl V ill
.1
Hit)MAS l FRYEIt
pond) nt Husband
II rnomas I Ki"yei
.u i iienvtew Drive
Weeli nealei
i'. nns) i^ mu iBBen
KM HEREBY NOTI
it.11 thai .in .I. lion tor I 'i
i Mai i lag* ha* been
.i against you snd fou in
, py c.i
'oui >*iiiii'ii defsnsee it an)
u ..n AHTHI H H LIPaON
llii.iney lur Petitioner whose
. IMS NW 167 Street
,'lh. Miami, Florid* and
Ik hi. ..i igm.u with lbs i !*
liu- above alyled court on or
>lors August i. is*) olliar
a ilelaull -ill be entered
imsl you lor the relief
tii.uidcd ill the complaint or
'111 ion
WITNESS my hand and the
pal of said court at Miami.
Midi on Una ISth day of
11.' .
KICUARD I' BRINKER
A* Clark, OrcuM Court
Dade County. Florida
B) ri.iim.ta Hrown
As Deputy Clerk
ICIi. nit Court Baal I
OSUtil June II
July 4 II It, ltww
* legist fkriii.tr
Page 9-B
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY
IVEN that the undersigned
i siring lo engage In bualneaa
ml. i the fictitious name of
IMKKICAWIDE IN
ll KANCK. INC d b a
-MERICAWIDE EXCESS
Rl KIM.I S INSURANCE at 612
MW i.'th Avenue. Miami.
Mm ida. Intend lo register sajd
ime with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of llade County.
Florida
aiikam clf.mkk
tinaci>:mer
[oMvrrt June 27.
July 4. 11. 1" l**
-MA- i, um...
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number to *>
Division 02
IN RE E8TATI Of
n l.i \ PAOI
I >'.i~.-.i
ni hick of
uiministration
1*1 i \m. persons having
m or demands
OAINS1 i HE Ml. >\ K
M) U.I. OTHER
l I- I.. "N< INTERESTED IN
rHE ESTATE
"i Ol mm- HEREBY NOT!
Fll I in..' um administration
r Jl'LlA PAOI
n
pending in Ihi

Floi Ida i -M.ti.it.- in.
addresa if whirl W sal
''
-
i- MICHAEI I
IIMAN wl
, run M
i.i the i- rep
i a
rM|uil NT I THIN Tin
MONTHS I- Rl >M : HE DAT!
"i I Mr: FIRST PI Ml II \
rioN of this ni n ice to nit
the rlerk
<.irt .i lAMtten stalemenl .r
raiand th*) ma)
ii..... Each < i.uin imi.i h.- in
avrttlng and must indicate the
the name
and addre at lh< i ieditor ->r
hi* aaenl or attome) *nd the
imo mi i laimed n ih-1 laun Is
i .- .-ii it
will t i ..in.- due shall be
i li the or.
Iingvnl .-r uollauidated, UM
... ilnt) ihall
ii i h>- ..
--. in. i 11 .11 tie
. human) ihaU
i
. i.nm tu the I.rk to enable Ul*
. lei k i>. mall om p
i- i aonal i" lenlal
mi persona interested in th.-
rotate lo ii..ni ii op) "i t hi~
NotK. ..i \dminlatration ha*
nailed in i | urrd
WITHIN rHREI months
FROM PHE DA TO OF rHE
PLBI ICATION OF
Ml i riCE lo in.- .or. ob
fri Ihm:. 'Ii. -lull
. hallengi Jldil. i UM
dei edenl a in Um
i HBW "I Ul* |~-' HMMkl I"'
Utivr oi the verm.- oi juris
.In lion .1 the I our!
M.I CLAIMS HI- M NDS
\NM OBJECTIONS NiU Si i
FIIJCIl Will BE FOREVER
U UOUCD
11.,-. i th. first publication
.I IIMl N of
UUnimatraUan luly n IBM
MICHAEL ^ REICHM \n
As i'eri.i Rapr**ai>toMv*
oflbaEMati
II I.I A PAGE
I ),-.
\rn IRNEY I'M. Pi RSt IN \:
Kr i ki -i- ni \ n\ E
IIAKVKY U IUXJERS
I li 11 N I TU VI
FkM Ida
BBll Jut) 11. H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
No riCE IS III Rl BY
; i \ i n
assinni
undei tin- fn tit.
i ,i l L ADVERTISING
lUKNC^ si -v.
v .
intend lo <>% nam*
with the Clerk ol the <
, .,. ,i i.., i. i ami) Florida
Raul K i HIv* "> |"
Neatoi I Bai boa*
aatBa luw
Hiu I '.: i in*"
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
i ,l\ h n th.it in.- undersigned
i. airing lo MM* '" '"'
- th.- in UUoui nam* Mai
nit-/ Faahkm* Dlatrlbul
in I LtnOOtn KM Miami
He.i.h HI. 33134 intends lo
regUlUir *aul name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol
DadktCounty Florida
Oabrkal Martinez. Owner
nsiMit. June 27.
July 4. II. 18. ium
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l> HEREB]
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name l.a
Cotorra" Restaurant, at 38 NB
I7th Street Miami Honda
intend lo register said name
with the 'lelk ol UM t H'Ull
,-,,,t oi nade County, r lorlda
Nelly Perlllo M.irtine?
1.,-v.is lonirtga tiuievara
wit ,ul?UJMai
Aug I ll
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 8119
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN Rl ih.- man lag* ol
CARMELO M.\ AREZ
band
. i
I.I Cl \ MA iRBZ
,\ I,
10 I.I fl \ MA \KK/.

I nknovMi
Yi ii tRK HEREBY NOTI
Ul* I? acl .-'fi iiu
lutton --I M..r ilag* ha*
been and vuu
ire requii py ol
- ". lefena I .n\
\i Hl-M'.r l CARRI
: K PA lot
Pelil
Miami
ind fill the
i igjtnal aith thi
-
otherwl
I wi .....tered again*)
led in
implainl oi |M-tiiion
Thi* i itlci -i.i.. n.
. ..,-.
reck* In THE
! H H.i.l'.IIM \N
\s I rNF.SS m\ hand and Ul*
.. al Miami,
i nda on thi I da) ->i i *i*
RICH MM' I BRINKER
t* Clerk t'ln ull < ' I lade ount) Florida
i-t\ 11.-i.iir.ih i; i la**
\. I leput) Clerk
11 Mr i nit t 'ourl Seal i
\
jihi n\s ;th Street
Miami Floi u
W :it
\" mi lor I'. tit loner
luiv n
luly t 11 l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE HTM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No 10 11)0*
NOTICE OF ACTION
ISII u IRE LI "HEN and
HELEN IXIHEN hi* i(--
Plaintiff*
i STHEK FEINSMITH and
~\ DNEY V. FEINSMITH
h.-r husband
i Mifendanla
: HI K I- EINSMITH
.iml
SYDNEY FEIN
-Ml III
\|.- No
Il7?i Miami li.irdens
n-.i in Miami Baal h,
Ftoi
.in.i ParUi i nhnown
mu WE NOTIFIED thai
,-i ... tn.n to i establish .i KMl
pi omi I I igual
. i. i inginal sum ol
. .-n Itled
. ii -1 you I wn
... -(.\ ol
an)
M tHTIN Rti III plaintiff*
iddrraa la
mi Ainsle) Budding Miami
;. m oi before
the
, ., lerk >! '.lu-
.- on
l -.. .1 Mil
, [hen aftei oUiei
^ ill be entei ed
i| >,i rot th.- rehel
deman k omplainl
M: rNF.SS m) hand and
Court on
Inn-
RICHARD P BRINKEH s*
Clerk oi the ''
\ I i
i I wput) Clei k
III-:.
Jul\ I II I*. >"'"'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
daalllflg to engage In business
under the flctlUou* name MIS^
MIAMI LATIN al 2(BS SW 1st
St Miami. Fla 33135, Intend
to register said name with the
Clerk Of the Circuit Court of
Hade County. Florida
Haul R Ollva
SO percent owner
Nestor J. Bartioas.
50 percent owner
iiMpr; July 1. ll. lk.25. iwo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number so 52 3J
Division 01
IN ith ESTATE OF
IOSF.PH GOODM \N
Dei i-.is.il
NOTICE i )K
M'MINISTIi VIliiN
rii. sdministration ol Um
- itati i li >SEPH lint ii i\t \\
-ii File Numbei M
nding in the Clrcull
Coui i lot Dade Count)
Floi ids Probate I llvtslon ih.
-i'ii as ol niu. ii i- i lade
. i |
Miami
Flonds The name snd ad
pel --iiuil rep-
- latlVe anil III.- f..-r
ni --.-iii.iiu r ,iii,,i ne) .in-
--I forth below
\:- Intel psted i-.-t sons an
his eourl
WITHIN IMIiai- MONTHS
ul rilE ill:-l PURL!
CATION "I- nilS No:
IgS the
.'-;-. tion b)
i person i" horn
tru ma led thai i hal
tUt) of th.- s/tll,
i i.iiiiu ,ii..... pet
sonal representative venui oi
In lion ol th. i oUli
M I. CL VIMS \Nli ni:
lluN Ni U SO FILED WILL
111-: POUK\ EH BARRED
p iblli ..'i......' UU* v.ticc
,..- begun on luly II. I**'1
Personal K> prasentatlve
M \kii.vn FEIN
Warren si.....t
Brooklyn n \ 11201
M.HI-.KI GOODMAN
i mi South Southlake I irlv*
Hollywood Florida S20IB
Mtorney tor Personal
Representative
MosesJ Grundwers
HAYS URI NDWERG
Slllle BOO
.: i 1*1 I- lagl. i Btreel
Miami Flonds SSISI
i. ,. phone iSOBi WI ni
. luly II is IBM
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
Case No tO-UHFC
FAMILY DIVISION
IN i the maiTMge "I
IME BALL
Petitioner
and
FOSTER BALL
i tespondenl
Ni. no "I-' ACTION
p. FOSTER BAIX
RESIDENCE i NKNOWN
-> in Mil- NOTIFIED thiii
.ui ..itioti lor dlssotution ol
[M.ii t lage ha* been tii.-m
,r.ii- yq snd you are
. .: rrve a i op) ol
wmr r liter il.-leii-
lo ii on M GREBER attome)
fol I'.-tilion.-r nrhosn
N V II FlS
on ot beJore ^ug ist 18
itkMi and fii>- Ui.....iglnal with
Ihe i i.i k ir! other
w i- i delaull will b* entered
againal you
wiNi- SS m) hand and the
-. il ul Ihla Court on July 3
RICH \KI' P BRINKER
Clerk
Hi i Mai .'--i.i Brown
is Deput) Clerk
lull 11 I-
\i.i- i I8B0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No 0s*43 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
In ii- Ih.- m.ii i lag* ol
C \M.iN GILBER in
FONSECA
PeUUonei
nd
MlKI-xM DELGADOR
v.. iNSBCA
jondetu
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MIRIAM l R
FONSECA
FOBLADO
l)K M VCAiil V
I,OS MIAHOS CUBA
yot MtK NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution ol
marriage has been filed
.igamsl >.i and you are
required to aerve .. >!>> of
LToui wriiteii defense* it any
Jo ,t on M GREBER, attorney
FeUUoner. who*.- address
taSJJ NI, hit Bl N M H Ha
tu-..' on or before Augusi i
lM> and Hie the original with
in.- clsrfc ol this court either
b,-loiv service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter
otherwise s delaull will >
sntared .it.no>' i"" ,or ,h''
n.i demanded in the com
plaint or petition
WfTWEM my hand and the
,.-.,! nl Ihis Court on.lune *
laMB
RICHAKPP HR1NKER
As Clerk of the Court
Hy Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
nxmn June 27.
JUI) I. 11. IH. IWO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUITOF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No aO^HS
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in BE rii. mai
i-.ohi-m: n i Si i P >
petll
and
hum lAStrro
I tespondenl
in mi.1a sum
, i s\\ 3 si
\;
MIAMI Fla
Mil MtK HEREBY NOTI
FIED nun a Petition foi Dls
aoluUon oi youi Marriage ha*
been Bled snd commenced in
this Com i and y >u -ire
leuuired in serve .i i opy ol
youi w rltlen defenss* II .my
i u on CARLOS M MEN
|i|-:'/ Esq Attorney lor
PetlUoner, whose address is
1>K5 V. 4th Avenue.
H1ALEAH Honda. .13012. and
til* the oi Iglnal w iih the Clerk
oi ihe styled Court on or before
August i ne.il otherwise a
m, fault win be entered sgainst
you tot ins t.-iiei prayed lor in
th. i omplainl or petition
This aotlC* shall be
published once eack week tor
fgUI i MUSI Ull* > eeks in THE
I ny\ isil FLORIDI AN.
MIAMI
WITNESS my hand ami the
ml nt ajBd t'uurt at Miami,
Florida on UUs is da) of June.
IBBB
RICHARD P BRINKER
As tMeik Ctrl ml Court
Dark-County Florida
Un Lola H Currier
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendei. Esq
2w<5 Vi 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida BS0U
Attorney for Petitioner
IIKlKf. June 27.
July 4, 11 Ik lWtO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO *0 FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The marrlag.....
SHERYEL sll.AV.
Wife
ami
ALFREDO SH iW
I lusband
in tlJTKKDOSHAVi
P \l:ivi E HOT l. \ N.. 107
Lima Peru
. in M'.K HEREBY NOTI
FIKI i 'hit an a< lion foi l na
solulioii oi Mariiage has beei
filed -ii and yon
reujtun I tu aei -. .. i|i\ -ii
your ailtlen delei m sn)
to ii on M HKH l I. CARRI
CAR PK PA attome)
1 i-iiiion.-t whosi address la
; \i\ ,-- Btreel Ml.
.iii-l fill
. ..ii with thi -
\ .. i- .,,..,
i. lull will be i
r the rein
the i omplainl oi petition
Tin* nutici -1 .i be
published on- 111 -.-
lout ei utlve weel !M IK
ii-:\msh FLORII i\
vt ITNKSS my liand and the
-i.i I ,,| s.i nl i t al
Miami.Florida on this IVU Is
ol Jill
RICHARI P BRINKER
\- I 'let K I'll i Ull I
I MM.1 I 'outllv Fll II
B) \ li Ws li
Km I leput) Clerk
i Cn i mi 'out; Real
\u til. Cai t li .1.- i' \
MBI nw Jth Street
Miami Florida S3I38
..i. ,
Attome) foi Petitioner
June .'7
_____ Julv 111 1 ISM
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 8I4S
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE The man tags "i
KI.IZAUKTH Vl\ I \N
SMITH C tMPBELL
Petitioner Wife
\\,\ I> R II CAMPBELL
Respondent Husband
TO \\ M.TK.K II CAMPBELL
. o tdelle Campbell
i ".ini|i Road
Nassau Bahamas
Mil ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIEI tti.it .in si lion foi I Hi
-uiutHin "i Marrlag* ha* been
filed iga I you snd i
: equired to aer^ i op) ol
^ t iit.-n del* an)
,i DAVID A KARP
DAVID \ '-
Huite
:,in Miami Florida
ha -it initial itr
. k ol the ,it>ow -.
.,n in before Augusi i I8B0
otherwise .. default *iii he
. mains! you foi th*
i.-u.-i demanded in I he i om
pluinl 01 |" '.-lion
Thi ihall be pub
i a< h sti .-h i"t four
jUvi ^.-.-K- iii TOE
a ISH FLORIDI \N
VSITNESS my hand snd the
-.-.ii oi ^.ini i ouri .ii Miami
i li on Ull* it da) ol June,
ISII
null \i;n P BRINK! i:
\ i i I'm nil Court
1 ...ii.- Count) Florida
iu \ Bai
\ -IK
iCn. ull Court
\, i l.-. ,\. K M'.l'
I ni nl \ Kai p
ii .1
SUIU' ''!
Miami Floi I -
, i .
v ii ne) foi Petltlunei
UKghS lune .-.'
. .: is |ShC
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No SO-IMS FC
FAMILY DIVISION
in re Ihe
adoption oi
.i nnnot hild
It\
-I r y I N l. Hi LLARD
PeUUonei
NOTICE OF ACTION
|t JERRY J CX>LUNOS
RESIDENCE PNKNOWN
YOI ARE NOTIFIED that
,in a. Inm lor Ihe adoption Ol
nnni.i ha.- been tiled and JIOU
,. required to serve .. i op) ol
w,m t Mien objection it an)
,,, H oa BRIAN BKODY ES4)
attome) foi PeUUonei whose
,,,i,ii ess is Baa Nt: ih: si
\ M I' Fl U162. on or before
August 1. '*, 'u,,, ,lU' ,r""
original with Ihe clerk of this
court either before service on
PeUtloner or immediately
th.il e.iltei otherwise adet.iull
will b* entered against you lot
Ihe relief demanded in Ihe
ADOPTION petition
WITNESS my hand and the
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IBSO
Richard P Brlnker
A* Clerk of the Court
lt\ Clannda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
0KM70 June 27,
July 4. 11. Ik. 18W
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FOR
DADE COUNTY.FLOR.DA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number SO SOS*
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INTHECIRCUIT COURT OF
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CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTS FLORIDA
Case No 80 9B FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
NO PROPERTY
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1HSI1
KICK tun P BRINKER
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Hi i Lit mil.i Brow 'i
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r-ioi'i Jul) : I- 23
August l IBB0
NOTICE UNDER
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undei the in titi.Mi name
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Nyy mu si Hlalei Fla
33016, Intend* to regi i said
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Friday.Julyll.1980
Public Notices I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. I0-ISS1 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
It) rv the marriage uf
ci.oHETHA DA\ is
petitioner
and
JAMKS P DAVIS
Respondent i
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO IAMKS I' DAVIS
K. Mdence I'nknown '
Vol ARE NOTIFIED trial
an action for dissolution of
marriage has been (lied
gainst you and you are
required to serve a ropy of
your w ntten defenses, if any.
to it on MARVIN OREBER
KSg attorney for Petitioner.
whliaa address is 833 NE 167
St N.M.B Fla 33182. on or
before July 18. 1880. and file
the original with the clerk of
this i-ourl tether before service
on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a default
will be entered against you (or
the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal ol this Court on June 12.
188(1
RICHARDP HKINKKK
\> Clerk o( the Court
Hv Clarinda Hmwn
\. Deputy Clerk
u>VfM> June 20. 27.
-luiv 4 ii. iwmi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No. 80 8S4J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
WITH PROPERTY
IN re the mama*;.-of
f \ K ARTEC IN \
petitioner Wife
and
VICTI R M IRTECON \
Respondent Husband
TO v ICTOR M
vRTECON \
el nknown
YOI IKK NOTIFIED that
an ... UOfl for Dissolution Of
V ..*.( has been filed
you and you .in-
to serve a copy of
\* ntten dc!> Ml ,inv to
II on DANIEL GALLI P ESQ,
at tor nay lor Petitioner whose
address is 2336 Salzedo Street
Suite SOt, Coral Cables
Florida. 33134. on or before
July 25. I860, and file the
original with the Clerk of this
Court either betore service on
Petitioner's attorney or im
mediately thereafter, other
wise a de(ault will be entered
against you for the relief de
manded in the complaint or
petition filed herein This
action also affects title in and
to the following real estate.
Lot 274. in Block 13. of
COKAI. GATE SEC
TION-B". according to
the Flat thereof, recorded
in Plat Book 50. at Page 10.
of the Public Records of
I .ad.- County. Florida
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on June 12.
1880. at Miami. Dade County.
Florida
RICHARD P HKINKKK
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florid*
Hy M F.nre
Aa Deputy Clerk
DANIEL. GALLUP. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
2309 Salaedo Street
Suite 309
Coral Gables. Florida 31134
< 308 > 448-8080
By Daniel Gallup. E*q
08852 June 20.27.
July 4. 11. HBO
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY'
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
Florid* B'nal H nth Jewish
News and Views official pub-
lication of Florida State
Association of B'nal Brtth
Lodges, with principal offices
at 130 NE Olh Street Miami
Kla 33132 Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
Fred K Shochet. Owner
0BV77 June 27
July 4. 11. II. 1M0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. SO 7332
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
.1.1- NK JKNNINGS
Petitioner Wife
and
NEVILLE JENNINGS
Respondent Husband
TO Neville Jennings
5080 NE 5th Court
Apt No 8
Miami. Florida 33137
YOI ARK HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
tieen filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
"to It on ARTHl'R H l.IPSON,
attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1515 NW 187 Street.
Suite 216. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
bOfora August 15. 1980. other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 1st day of July.
RICHARD P HR1NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Daile County. Florida
in v Hartley
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal I
(1WMK July 4. 11. 18.28 I8N
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
MlamkO/tortda A Su Alcance at
1st SL. Room 420F
Fla intends to
said name with the
the Circuit Court of
ty. Florida
PIO WILLIAM
AVEZ. OWNER
July 4.11. 18. 26 lBSO
rICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN*that the undersigned,
deslrln* to engage In business
under the fictitious name
FRATERNAL ORDEN.
ATLANrTIDAD. at 1303 8W 1st
St.. Room. 430F. Miami. Fla^
Intends- to register said nsiss'
wMh the Clark of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Jose Fernandas. Ownar
July 11. IS. 20. 1(00
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 mar ri.tge of
JESSIE COLBY ir
Petitioner Husband
and
IANIE COLBY,
Respondent w in-
to .lam.- I',.I.-y
138 \ an Aiiker Street
R... In--:.
n. York ; 1008
YOI IRE HEREBY NOT1
FIED th.it an action for
>! Marriage has
I against HI and you
I ill ed to let i .. opj of
* r itten defenses if an)
to it on XRTHI'H H LIPS" 'N
attorney fol Petitioner, whose
address ,.- 1515 NW in SI
Miami Florida. 3.1168 and file
the original with the clerk of
tin aim... styled i ourt On or
before. July 25. 18mi. otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or
petition
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this nth day of
June. 1880.
RICHARD P BR1NKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Clarinda Brown
As Deputy Clerk
1 Circuit Court Seal I
0W4* June 20. 27.
July 4. II. 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 80 Mat FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
I'.Ei i IN A MENDEZ
Petitioner
snd
IOSE RAFAEL
TAX PONCIO
Respondent
rO: JOSE RAFAEL
TAX PONCIO
Primers Avenlda No. SO.
-0BZ8 Guatemala. CA.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
TIED that an action for
DtasotuUon of Marriage has
0e*n filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on BENNETT D FULTZ.
ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner
whose address la (10 SW 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or
before August 8, IBM. other
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each weak for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 27 day of June
IBM.
RICHARD P. BRINK!H
Aa Clark. Circuit Court
De.de County. Fiends
By Clarinda Brown
Aa Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
08807 July 4. II. 18. 38. 1808 ,
MOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name LA
NACIONAL CARPETS AND
RUGS WEAVERS at 8481 NW
8 Avenue. Miami. Florida.
33180 intends to register aald
name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad* County.
Florid*.
MANUEL PALLANOO
08SU June 20. 27,
U,a.
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 SO ?748 FC
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
SANDRA GARDNER
petitioner
and
WILLIE GARDNER
Respondent
TO Willie Gardner
208 Hamilton Street
Homervllle. Georgia
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTI
PIED that an action for
Dissolution cf Marriage has
been filed against you nd you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to It on MILTON C GOOD
MAN. attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is 18 West
Flagler Street. Suite 320. Bis
..(im- Bldg Miami. Florida
BS1S0, and (lie the original with
the clerk of the above styled
court on or before August 8.
1880. otherwise a default will
he entered against you (or the
relle( demanded In the com
plaint or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this 2 dav of July
1880
RICHARD P BRISKER
An Clerk Circuit Court
I lad* County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal
MiltonC Goodman. Eaq
in Weal Flaglar street
Suite MO
Miami Florida MISB
I'll .IT!* IMX5
Attorney for Petitioner
otsHW July 4 II 18, 25 1880
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 8S0S FC
ACTION FOR-DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. N p.E The marriage of
i.EMKE ESTEHII.
Ho>hand
i ml
HR1STIAI. EVORIA
ESTEKII..
Wile
rt) CHRISTIALEVORIA
ESTEKII.
422 Peachlree
Street. SW
Atlanta, Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI
-'IED that an action for Dis-
solution of Marriage has been
iled against you and you are
required to serve a copy of
vour wntten defenses, if any to
it on RAYMOND J WOLF.
ESQ attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 717 Ponce
DeLron Blvd Suite 338. Coral
Gables. Fl 33134. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 28. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami,
Florida on this 11 day of June,
1880
RICHARD P DRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid*
By S. A. Barner
Aa Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
Raymond J Wolf. Esq.
717 Ponce DeLeon Blvd.
Suite 33S
Coral Gable*. Fl. 33134
Attorney for Petitioner
08848 June 20. 37;
J"to.n..no
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE DTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case NO. 80 4745 FC
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE Marriage of
(ASTON COLE
Petitioner Husband
.ind
SARAH COLE
Respondent Wife
TO SARAH COLE
8 At GUST A STREET
MAYPEN. JAMAICA
YOI SARAH COLE, are
hereby notified that a Petition
lor 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
Dissolution of Marriage on Pe-
titioner Husband's attorney.
RONALD I. DAVIS. Esquire.
Suite 407 Skylake State Bank
Building. 1550 NE Miami
Gardens Drive. North Miami
Bea. h Florida 33178. Phone
13051 840-2383 and (lie the
original Answer or Pleading In
the office o( the Clerk o( the
Circuit Court. Family
Division .1300 NW 27th Avenue
Miami Florida 33142. on or
before the 8 day of August.
18811 If you fail to do so Judg-
ment by default will be taken
against you (or the relief
demanded in the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage
This Notice shall be pub-
lished once each week for four
i4i consecutive necks in the
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED, at
Miami Florida this 2 day of
July. 1880
RICHARD P BRISKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
i- amilj i ilj talon
1 'ade Countv. Florida
Bj M J Hartnett
I X pule Clerk
III Court Seal i
I'fkllll Jul) 4 11 IS, 25. 1880
Incorporatedl at 870
east 178th Street. North
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name of
STANDARD MATTRESS CO
I not
Northeast
Miami Beach. Florid*. Intend
to register said name with the
Clark of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
PAUL GO KIN
CLARA GOfUN
RICH MAN A
GUTTENMACHER
By David F. Baron
Attorneys for Applicants
810 Blacayna Building
18 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 88180
I 808 ) *71 1832
80021 July 11. 18. 88;
Aug 1. 1080
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 SO 4340 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The marriage of
MARIA ANGELICA \ EGA
PetltloiM-l
ami
SERGIO H VEGA
Respondent
TO- SERGIO H VEGA
rule Abnl No 4788
CasaF
Santiago Chile
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that a Petition (or
Dissolution o( your Marriage
has been died and commenced
in this Court and you are
required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any.
to it on CARLOS M MEN
DE/.. Esq Attorney (or
Petitioner, whose address is
2885 W 4th Avenue. HIA
LEAH. Florida. 33012. and file
the original with the Clerk o(
the styled Court on or before
August 8. 18*0. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you (or the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pub
llshed once each week, for four
consecutive weeks in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of aald Court at Miami.
Florida, on this 2ftth day of
June. 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A D Wade
As Deputy Clerk
Carlos M Mendei, Eaq
2808 W 4B)i Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida 33012
Attorney for Petitioner
July 4. 11. IS. 28. 1080
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned.
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name
BRICKELL AUTO LEASING
at 1 SW 23 Avenue Intends to
register aald name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BRICKELL AUTO
BROKERS. Inc.
Harvey D Friedman
Attorneys for
Brtckell Auto Brokers. Inc.
430 Uncoin Road Suite 8*2
Miami Beach. Florida
July 11. 18,20.
Aug. 1.1080
-.
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Mi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under the fictitious name Frog
K. Shochet. d b a Th*
Jewish Florldlan. at 130 NE
Oth Street Miami. Florid*
33132. Intend* to register said
name with th* Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida-
Fred K Shochet, Owner
90078 June 37.
*UH 8.11.10,8800
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that th* undersigned,
desiring to engage In business
under th* fictitious name
BRICKELL IMPORT EX-
PORT at 1 SW 33 Avenue.
Intend* to register aald name
with the Clerk of th* Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
BRICKELL AUTO
BROKERS. Inc.
Harvey D. Friedman
Attorneys for
Brtckell Auto Brokers. Inc
430 Lincoln Road Suite 883
Miami Beach. Florida 33138
July 11. 18, 28,
Aug. 1.1800

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE "TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLA
FAMILY DIVISION
Case No 80*80] FC
NOTICE OF SUIT
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
IN KE The marriage of
ISAAC JACK B1TTON
Petitioner Husband
anil
CHRISTIANNE HITTON
Respondent Wife
I'd CHRISTIANNE BITTON
Manoir Dollar
4038 Bu de Sources
Apt 207
Dollars de Ormeaux
P Q Canada
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
lieen filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of
VOUI written defenses. If any.
to it. on H LAWRENCE
ASHER, Attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is
i'- 11 NE 12th Avenue, North
Miami Beach Florida 33162
and file the original with the
("lerk of the above styled Court
..ii in bOfOf8 August 8. 1880.
otherwise a Judgment may be
entered against you for relief
ilemanded in the Petition
THIS NOTICE shall be
IHihlishcd once each week for
four (4. consecutive weeks In
the Jewish Flondian. 120
North***! Sixth Street Miami
Florida
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SI \l oh SAID CXH'RT AT
Ml Wll FLORIDA on this 2ml
I July 1880
RICHARD P BRINKER
llerk Circuit Court
n> Clarinda Bra* r
As Depot\ Clerk
II ; aw iviu \sher
Vtlonie) lor Petitioner
1091 I NF. I2U V. I
North Miami Ii.
Florid* 13181
. phone 84*
Ion I I
_____ Aug
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY
Civil Action No SO 4870 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The mart la^c of
JOSEPH VIERA
I etitioner Husband
an.l
MARMARA ELLEN
\IEIRA
H**BUnfl*Pl Wile
TO MARMARA ELI.FN
V IEIRA
Address I'nknown
vol vnh HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage has
8) .ii hi.-.I against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
vi.ui written defenses, if any.
to it on FRANKLIN D
KREUTZER ESQ., altornev
for Petitioner, whose address
18 UHI NW 7th Street Miami
Florida 33123 and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
August is. 1880. otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
Ihe complain! or petition
This notice shall be
published once each week for
four consecutive weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of said court at Miami
Florida on this 3 day of July
1880 w
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByC P Copeland
A* Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
Franklin D KrruUer Esquire
3041 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florid* 33138
13081 541 2800
Attorney for Petitioner
*"3 July 11.18.38.
l. 18*1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TMBIITMJUOICIAL
CIRCUIT IM AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
FAMILY DIVISION
Cat* N*. 08-083I FC
,2VJCLOP *U-CATION
IN RE The marrlag* of
ASENE PETIT HOMME
HMSSsknd Petitioner
vs
MERIAL1A PETIT HOMME
W"e Reapondent
TO: MERlALIA PETIT
HOMME
Ootee-d* For Duval
Borgn*.
Kgllse Cathollqo. Ixi
Horgne. Haiti
Fir?!' f HRT NOTI
81 ED that a Petition fr
Dilution of aUrrtog^
**."f* *"d you are hereby
required to serve a copy of
0%.^.-' to SLZ
ggVJjfc *W F?orl
Circa. ^ 1 a#r" > "
Circuit Court an or befor* the 8
HICHARDP BRINKER
Orcult Court Clerk
BC-I* CopeJand
A-DTPMtyCterk
July t. u
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Action No 80 87J7 FC
FAMILY DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The Marriage of
vNTONIO MERNAL
Petitioner Husband
and
MAYRAS HERNAL
Respondent Wife
TO MayraS Bemal
Calle Hatuey So 48
ls Caricaxos
Santo Domingo
Dominican Republic
VOl ARE HEREBY NOTI
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marriage ha^
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any.
to It on Jack S Llebmann.
attorney for Petitioner whoae
address is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 208. Miami Meach.
Florida. .13138. and file the
original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
July 28. 1880. .ttherwlse a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In
tle complaint or petition
This notice shall he pub
llshed once each week for four
iiinseiutive weeks In THE
JEM ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
eal of said ( .sirt at Miami
Florid* Otl this 1 .lav of June
Bl
RICHARD I MHINKEK
\ Clark 'n, uit Court
I i.idi i '.Hint v Florida
By Willie Hradsha* Jr
\- I fput) Clerk
I 'in lilt I '- -irt .-
... k s Lm bmann r \
Road Butti
M hi Beach Florida SI 130

>r Petitioner
June 88.21
Jul> 11 10*0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE IITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
Case No SO 87 1] FC
FAMILY DIVISION
;n HI rtii Marriage ol
EIJSNA IANE WEBER
I Utloner w He
and
ioki. WEBER
Reapondenl Husband
NOTICE BY PI Ml.RATION
YOI lOBl Weber are
' ) notified to erve a ropy
ol vour Answer to the Petition
Fir Dissolution of Marriage
filed against you. upon Elena
Weber | attorney. Ronald
Hatter Eaqulr* 1441 NW
North River Dr Suite C
Miami Florida 33138. and file
Uie original with the Clerk of
the Court on or before July 28.
18*0 otherwise the Petition
will be confessed by you
DATED this 18 day of June
1880
Richard P Hnnker Clerk *7
Hy M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
" June 20. 27
July 4. 11, 1800
J
J.MS0
MOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIOA. IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
Civil Acttea N*. 88-8 704
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KE The marrlag* of
RAMON M HERNANDEZ
Petitioner
and
MARIA DEI > IN A VAZQUEZ
de HERNANDEZ
Respondent
TO Maria Delflna
Vaaouea de Hernandas
Desvto de la Carroter*
Central Tlvlcl Herradura
PtnardelRJo.
cub*
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action for
Dissolution of Marrlag* has
been filed against you and you
r required to serve copy of
your written defenses. If any
to It on MILTON C GOOD-
MAN attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 10 West
Flagler Street. Suite 030 Bis
cayn* Building. Miami.
Florida, and file the original
with the clarfc of th* above
tyled court on or befor* July
38. 1080. otherwise a default
will be entered again*! you for
In* relief demanded In th*
complaint or petition
This notice shall *
Kbllshed once each week for
ir consecuUve weeks In THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th*
eal of said court at Miami.
Florida on this IS day of June.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florid*
By DabortUiG Haas
Aa Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court S**J)
Milton C. Ooodman
Attorney for Petitioner
Suite 320-Btecayn* Building
18WestFl*gl*rStr**t *
Miami. Florid* 33180
Ph 378 1808 *
0337 June 30. 27.
Jury 4, 11


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man B. Furman,
dio Pioneer, Dies
[YORK Norman B.
bi Delray Beach.an early
in the broadcasting
passed away at the
andolph Hospital in
I, Va..on July 4.
jrman started hia career
(account executive with
*tionWEVDinl932
50. Mr. Furman. along
jrris Novik and the late
tavik, purchased Radio
WLIB in New York.
[changed the program
of this station to an all
(format, sarvicing that
ity.
^52. Mr. Furman went to
to become the general
and nart-owner of Radio
[VVBMS now known as
In 1967, he returned to
to become the general
and director of Radio
WEVD-AM and WEVD-
Mr. Furman returned to
as general manager, he
a variety of programs to
the many ethnic corn-
in New York. The call
I were announced as WE VD
le statioo that speaks your
am," These languages
led Yiddish. Hebrew,
|n. Greek. Portugese,
Russian. Japanese and
major program ac-
Ijshment by Mr. Furman
ie establisment of direct
xtadcasts from Jerusalem,
These broadcasts con
| of a capsule version of the
lition of The Jerusalem
(as it went to press. It
? a prime source of late
i information for those in-
I in the Near East.
served as genera) manager
BVD until 1972. whan he
to Ashkelon, Israel While
he established and became
InundinK president of the
Iblic Notices
NOTICE UNDER
I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[NOTICE is HEREBY
T> ^ n thai the undersigned
[ "igagt i" business
Wl tin- In IIUOUJ name RE
\ DK VI V\T1HA I
sw istsi Miami ria
Mends ii, regkatei said iumr
fnii the rirrk i.i Um circull
urt ..i i lade Cbunt) PlarMa
IOSK EERNANDEZ Owaar
July II, |K. If, HM!
NOTICE UNDER
I FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IMiTU'K IS HEREBY
lyEN lh.il Hi.- undersigned.
iMring to engage in business
der the flcUUous name
Ivenlle Furniture Corporate.
b a THE KIDS' ROOM, at
4 SW 1M Place. Miami.
Intend* to register said
bna with the Clerk of the
rrult Court of lisde County.
end*
M.AN FREIDEL. OWNER
July. ii. is. is. laaa
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOTICB IS HEREBY
IVEN that the undersigned.
siring to engage In bualness
Met the fictitious name
JDEN IMI'I.DMAHA IM
ERIAL al 10211 SW 1st 81.
Ii.uni KIm intends to
lei said name with the
Vi. .( the Cm nit Court of
kdi i niuilv Florida
lOSE EERM iNDEZ Ownoi
>"' July 111 ii jft idmi
AFFIDAVIT UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
I T1 Or FLORIDA
I v ok 11LDE
The undesigned under
nth. says It is Ihe intention of
V tinderalfned to engage m a
' snterprtae pursuant
p r lorlda BtaUltaa m no The
BrlttitXM names are AI.I
\\U l:i> 'AN CAREER \l
J/AKKI. UHKKS IN
! [Ell BLAZERS l \
MMIIkli. which are wholl\
Tied by I'norltv Manufac
""k an .. norida cor
"ration, located at 8116 NW
J> Avenue. Miami, Dade
ounty. Florida SSI 27
-KH11 j.;K SAXON President
MICHAEL. 8AXON.
t P, Secrectary
July 11. 18. 29.
i AMf
Ashkelon Branch of Americans
and Canadians in Israel."
Mr. Furman returned to the
States in 1979. and established
residence in Delray Beach. He
pioneered a one hour weekly
program on WHRS-FM, dealing
with the contribution of the
Jewish People in Music and
associated culture. This series of
programs was the first of its kind
in Florida and reached a wide
liste ners hip.
During his active career. Mr.
Furman also was the founding
president and partner of the
Furman, Feiner Ad Agency, and
the Furman. Roth Ad Agency,
both in New York.
Mr. Furman was a lifelong
member of Histadrut and Far-
band, and was active in these
organizations. He was a pioneer
Zionist, and helped to establish
the Kupat Cholum Hospital in
Israel. He was also active in the
Workmen's Circle, where he
labored to further their ideals and
to enchance the use of the
Yiddish language and culture
throughout the United States.
He also continued to serve as a
consultant to the Furman, Roth
Ad Agency, and worked with his
nephew. Nat Roth, president of
the Agency.
Mr. Furman is survived by his
wife, Helen, and by a sister, Lily
Kumin. He is also survived by
three other nephews, Rudy Roth
of New York and Zev and Saul
Hymowitz of Israel.
The funeral services took place
on Jury 8 at the Park West
Chapel. 79th Street and
Columbus Avenue.
FINE Samuel B Miami Beach
Rubin
OILMORE, Stephen 1. Danta Rubin
Lakeside Mausoleum
KAl K.MAN Sylvia Dubln. Miami
He. h July 8 C;ordon
l.l'TRIN Mrs Jessie Miami Beach
Rubin Star of David
ROSS Benjamin Hollywood. July 5
Kiversnl*.
THOMAS Max 72. Miami Beach
Rubin
PORJTZ Harry. Miami Beach
Sinai MemorialChapol
STONE Irving n North Miami
Me.11 h. July i Riverside Lakeside
KATZ Sir.ih 13 luns Newman
Ml N.-l...
MARCUS Uodel H June :- Oordon
\lt N.I
ROZRAN Caroline ?W June .in loir
don Ml n. -.
RUHENUARTEN Thaodore > June
0 \tt Nebo
n:i.i>\i vn Theresa Arnold *i. Julys
lonilon MI N.'liu
KAMN Sybil H.i> Harbor Island
id' m aide
KATZ, Allen North Miami Beach July
8 Kiversiite Ml Nebo
MANDEL, Morns. Miami Beach
RABINOWITZ, Fannie. Miami Beach
Riverside Star of David
TRAINOR. Milton North Miami
Beach
AIJJCN. Ann. 88. Hollywood. July S
Levitt Welnsteln Star of David
E1SENSMITH. Nellie M 45. North
Miami Beach. July 4 Levitt
Welnsleln Mt Slnal
FIZLER. Samuel. 88. Miami Beach.
July 4 Riverside
HERSCH. Samuel J 82. Hollywood.
July S Riverside
LADOV Mr* Esther. 84. Miami Beach.
July 4 Newman
MAI.KIN Reuben. 82. Miami Beach.
July I Rubin Star of David
HK.AV KRMAN Matilda. Hallandale
HK1 SNKK William. 77. I-auderdale
I-ikes. July 4 Menorah
UOLDMAN Abram Mi Miami Jul) 4
LcvlU Welnsteln Ml Una!
ki RTZ Henry i 17, Miami Beach.
juK i RUerslds LakeaMs
i \\.';n\i> Bylvta, Miami Beach
Jul) i
MECHLOWITZ Roae Miami Bead
POL1N 1 award Riverside
I n'K Bmuel, 71 Miami Jul} I
Ri isi eonard Hollywood
II i: \ii- Henrietta S3 Miami
Beach lull B Riverside Ml Nobo
,1 CKI R Charhsi T7 Miami Beach.
Julys Riverside Sharon Qerdens
fink Wilfred IS, l-auderhill. Jul) I
Riverside Sharon Gordons
ORI i NW \i 11 Men in. sw lul) I
i: !.- si in of David
KAl EMAN Mrs <>lga, 73. Miami
luly I Nown
MER Marion ?4 Bay Harbor
Island Jub I Riverside Lakeside
RAINES Albert 8I Miami July 8
Riverside Ml Sinai
RUBIN, Israel. North Miami
BTEINMARC Steinberg i. Ir Paul L
33 July 8 Riverside Lakeside
WKINSTKIN. Edna Cooper 88. North
Miami Beach. July 8 Slnal Memorial
Chapel
.tilde.-Ik Hollywood July
Services for
Gertrude Kaplan!
Funeral Sorvkas were held July I
7 at Riverside North Miami
Beach Chapel for (iertrude
Kaplan, a 41-year resident of
Miami, active in civic work. She
died July 5 of a heart attack at
the age of 78.
Mrs. Kaplan was born in Kiev,
Russia, and came to the United
States at the age of 11. She spent
the remainder of her childhood in
New York, moving to
Washington. D.C., when she
married.
In 1939, she moved to Miami
Beach, where she worked as a
volunteer with the 52
Association. an organization
whose members visited patients
in local hospitals after World
War II.
She was a member of B'nai
B'rith, a member of the Surfside
Ladies League and a member of
the Woodside Cancer Unit-
Mrs. Kaplan is survived by her
son. Dr. Seymour Kaplan of New
York; a daughter, Gloria White
of Miami Beach; a son-in-law.
Warren White of Miami Beach;
sisters. Bertha Ross of Miami
and Shirley Krueger of Oregon;
three grandchildren, and three
great-grandchildren.
Interment was in Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
Aaron Blumenau Dies at 94
vi .y^yv**1
LANDAU
Samuel. 78. Miami Springs. July 8. A
resident of Miami for 35 years, he came
from Baltimore. Md He was the owner
and operator of the Landau Shoe Store
in Miami Springs Surviving are his
wife Hilda, daughter. Mrs. Barbara
Bernstein of Miami, and two grand
children Graveside services were held
July 6 at Mt Nebo Cemetery with
arrangements by the Riverside
GOLDSTEIN
Alexander. 88. I'ompano Beach. July 3
He came to Florida eight years ago
from New York Surviving are his wife
Norma. daughters Nina Indlaner and
husband Paul. Susan Kurxban and
husband Marvin, both of Miami,
brothers. Custav Goldstein of I'ompano
Beach and Miii Goldstein of Miami
Beach; and five grandchildren He was
a member of Elks Lodge 41 and the
AARI* local of Broward Funeral
lervtcei were held July 3 at vista
Memorial Gardens Cemetery with
irrariKements by Riverside
FLEISSIG
Bernard n SO North Miami Beech
formerly of Brooklyn NY died July 3
lit was Ihe beloved husband >>i >;reiu.
. ited lather ol Ted Flelsatg "f Pom
ylvania and Mind) Flelssli ol North
Miami Beach. loving brother of
Pauline Shore of Miami Beach and M.o
Ellrtel "i New ^ or* He eras .i member
.it Beth Tor.ih OongregaUon a veteran
oi World War H Inspector for SI year*
with ihe i 8 Department ol
Agriculture Services svere held Jul) *
.it Levllt-Welnateln with interment at
Ml Slnal Cetneter)
KAPLAN
Mrs Terryce Stark. Coral Gable*. July
5 She came to Miami in 1929 and was
the widow of A N Kaplan Sr founder
ii r.niM.ui Cleaners She was a
member of Variety Children's Hospital
Auxiliary Surviving are two sons.
Harry and Dr A N Kaplan, four
grandchildren. Harry. Bruce. Stephen
and Terryce Kaplan Services were
held Monday
SALOMON
Mrs Uirralne C. 62. Miami Beach.
July 3 She was the widow of Harvey L
Salomon. Surviving are her sons. Alan
and Scott, her daughter. Mrs. Susan
l-evin. brother. Matthew Coles, sister.
W bill red Schlff and grandchildren.
I'eter. Evan and Holly Salomon, and
Dean and KIm Levin Mrs Salomon
was a resident for the past 38 years.
inminj here from New York City She
was the owner of lorraine's Lingerie
Shop In Miami Beach She was a
member of Temple Israel and was past
president of Deborah Group of
Hadaseah the Women's Auxiliary of
Ml Slnal Hospital and was a Pink
I ad) .it Ml Sinai Hosptial for many
\c.ir> Mrs Salomon also bosonajod lo
man) other charitable organisations
wen held Jul) I al Newman
Horns (Entombment was at
Ml Nebo Mausoleum The family
,. be made In the
.till ol contributions to the American
i '.in* .-I s, ii lei |
BAUMOEHL
Xrthiii H.nry ii:i Miami Beach. July 1
\ resldenl 11 years, former!) from New
York He i>- survived by Us wife Use.
daughter, Abby Napolltano ol New
) brother Mi in Baumoehl of
North Miami Beach and two grand
.in services were held lul) 3 at
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Optn frrry Doy Cfeied Sobbetn
1*10 SW 57fh Avenoe
Phone *>ft6-2888
Aaron J Hlumenau. 94. former
Detroit insurance executive, died
on July 3 in Miami Beach
Hlumenau, who retired to
Florida in 1959. was manager of
the Crown Life Insurance
Company in downtown Detroit.
Born Feb. 16, 1886. in Latvia,
he was brought to this country
by his parents at the age of 7.
Settling in Whittemore, Mich.,
his father Albert Blumenau.
opened a department store.
Young Blumenau received hia
early education in Whittemore
and his Jewish education in Bay
City.
At the age of 21, he settled in
Elkton, Mich., where he served
for several years as a member of
the City Council, being one of the
youngest men ever to hold a
councilman's office here-
Returning to Whittemore, he
served as township treasurer.
He entered the insurance
business in 1921 after moving to
Detroit and spending several
years in the retail business.
In addition to his participation
in the Jewish Welfare
Federation's Allied Jewish
Campaign during his years in
Detroit, Blumenau was also
active in the Jewish National
Fund. Keren Hayesod, the
Zionist Organization of America
and B'nai B'rith.
He was also a member of the
Perfection Lodge No. 486. F. &
a.m., and was the lodge's oldest
living past master
Hlumenau was one of the
founders and served as president
of the Probus Lucheon Club.
He is survived by his wife.
Hal tie, of Miami Beach; two
daughter Mrs. Avery Fied of
Detroit and Mrs. Norman Cohen
of Toledo; six grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
i BYRON
Kobert M July 6 A resident of Miami
fur 31 years, formerly of Providence,
RI Surviving are his wife Vlckl. his
son David, stepchildren, Franclne
Whitman. Sandle and Mark l^rner.
three grandchildren. his mother.
Esther Blerenbaum. and sister. Adele
Decof of Rhode Island He was
associated with Bache Halsey Stuart
Shields Inc. Funeral services were to
be held in Woonsocket. R I
RAINES
Albert. TV. Miami. July 6 He came to
Klorida In 1961 from New York City
Surviving is his wife Dotty He was a
member of the Roosevelt Lodge.
Knights of I'hythias and the Jewish
War Veterans. Murray Solomon Poet
No 243 Funeral services were held
July 8 at the Riverside chapel with
Interment at Mt Slnal Cemetery
GOLDSCHLAGER. Julius. North
Miami Beech. July 1
I GROSSMAN. David. Miami Beach.
July 2 Riverside Lakeside
JACOBS. William. Miami Beach July
2 Riverside
I.AMONT. Harriet. Miami Beach
Rubin
MICHAELS. Bertie. 81. July 1
Riverside
1'I.ATT. Philip, 74. North Miami Beach.
Julv 1 Riverside lakeside
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